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The Cariboo Sentinel May 3, 1873

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 y ^0^^i0^^^^y "A :\  j,BOBB������I     H-OtlOVXtl'  Subscription, .  - r60Gentepe*#dete.  y  -:VV' V']:>;'���������;** .>"''.'<:|i.r^-.rUfri.  :     V' -'.'������. BATB9 OF AIOTKfflta^^^  ���������Fbroae sqmiroi^ne Inch), first insertion, iv  >: ' "������������������ |,!/*f" !v^^|!^9uem^n������ify l-'m  ForiWSsqj&real^f ^^ y  .:��������� V!:*!! V- V**.-!!-'���������."^ne'raottthj''1;... ���������'  WJ*&, ���������. # , '���������!  T^!u!JM^ror  v  ,>4iav '������;.,u^w -i.'.o  Agents'for'tha '���������Cariboo Sentinel."  Vm Winkle,,.      .  (jaos nel mouth, ft ������y.  ���������godiiCreek, y*���������������������������������������������������������������  'VlMltQnfi \:fi-fi;fifi'*..  Vale,   -,,-V ,>>!--::  Kmv Westminster,^  - Viittorhii   -   tli'**.  Iv P. Fisher,  v     -  ���������������������������.' Bwii^OpJv "  S? $" J  ?���������������������������  y   *     ��������� -; .A D. Mclnncs.  *��������� fy fi: yBnrnurd^ FJxprcss?  T- QiS A"-: Barnard* & Express���������  -     .-     'Barnard's Express.  ." v'. - AAA ,;"'(l'o y "���������"-':.: ^"Bo**!"  fel ^   *.r-^-'!^ Murray;.,  ,vy ��������� ������m-s������ y ,������rf. fimv. Webster -  ���������       *   ! >   f Sun Fr-uicisco  Wn & Cp;* y. yy ... f 1* ���������.; ,.--'"���������-^ - -  ��������� -Snji Francisco  .  ���������t������.v ^ ^r ,-^ -y v   ��������� ,j--v ykr -f-yry ..ryi -*--*'' y y fi-.. ' ;*f  v.,*: ^H!5 <jAUiB0'O',SENT-lNffix;., it.'  Cards'; .Gircii lafs.'Fnsf era and Programmes foT  .-!.--      Balls alitiTh^  ��������� ��������� i.fiAfiyyyyfihA fiyyAy^fififiyyfiyyifiAy'  ^a^lilxecufe'd with heatnes?and dispatch^  '- ;.���������'��������� y "���������        'I'Hpiiia'.'iriii/lefjiip--'-" * :y>-'-'y "���������  enns moderate;  r^TAKACGlDB!!^  y$y:#^y$y;:  it by Meacna^m at^tlie mas^  sacre} biBi,bat-i8--n9w;-ia,^be'''eati^-:-'.^'.If-thaJ^  idians don^t make a'standUhe country will be  jn ahpmbU*. stete^tkia summer. -'Ranchers  ;wi|l loseialt their^attle^u^b^yc^mplnld to  ^abandon the ranches. The Mcdocs will have  jnp chance to resf and recruit their shattered  |fprce& Sxlermioatipp is; \he: wjotd, and until  jtbB:ia8t;bn���������'fo^  ������*$??������f v^Mr ??������ey ;banie & last. nigbt^hd!  Jtbem to >Yreka for interment.  j;iLaw������^-10 aiia.^-Firmg cpmmenced- in th*  jbead of tomg. cavef wherowe were attacked  jby Indians coming down to water; An escort  ^coming <down to tteetaT]pack trara,bas also  aM#4Mi������ft^^^  [and stea^y^jto seems thejescprt is^driving the  {Mod ocail tyMm&alMtWer firing ceasea.}  Yreka, Ap ri 12i<^Jam^8.Gian.n arrived here  ]at!8 p.m. trom the front bringing dispatches:  paper correspondents!' \ Ho left at 10.30 yes-  jtenlayv and reports being shot at twice when  [four mil������sthis^siderofitbe, camp ?by Indiahsj;  {but was untoitched. -Ii is sported thai^'-two;  ylndiansy were se^n in the' neighborhood of  Bd^iiS'-p^feuj; dl.ya.-sinc**,' ahd! others^ave^eea!  Seen down near ricard s, on the Klamath  *riyer. supposejj to! be Jioji^cs.y;At^ Crystal  ^reekSn^Sct)rt's%vy  Indians,were rising, v, ,  I Yreka/ April: 20f-No''courier has.aitrived;  troin the front to-day. biit some couriers arrived Irom thefrouI whoyleft ,on Friday.r-  fTiley.;report the Iiidinns eiill in the lava;beds,  somffu^t-hem havinKibeeu^eeh5 where young  >Up6yiay.:.wiw:(8iiptr:'^  y ���������:-'".  'dealer in  A y~:   -- ���������" yA'^<'?:^*is^^mK'H:>A;^vfifiA.-i  iyA.y; yyfr';'.:������������������''Tjy.i'r:^. Si^yyy.fi y.y  lAyAfiAfififiAAiAyfi  ���������n}';fvm;;  ���������yiiy  '���������'���������> ififiypyyy  :l-.Ayfi.  fi Ay fifi fifififiAAifiiy--...  B?g iMhtjorm tbeli?!Wemia|and the pub lic that- tha.' j  haycrt^eh-the^.we^ premises iu, Barlccrinlle  's6Vn!)ng--:lttv^ibly,:^atr^isad while in tho oocupuUoti  bf Mr N. Cauio.;; A.-, fiffi-y A    ���������y\y - iv. -.  - ���������  fi-A'yfiyii fifiyyA-fi .ifiyy  ��������� ;.. '.������������������������������������..;������������������������������������-. ���������.���������fi-fi-AA;  wyy^ySyfiyfifiyAyWyfiAfi,y;i }y-"��������� ��������� /:,.r": "��������� ���������-���������;-  <:-yy.fiy.' Vy-y A. *" As' "i.-As-\S!^;,.   -..      ;.���������'...'      -:���������,-���������     '���������    . -      ���������   .  will bemVinaracturedJandiBbldiby^Wholosale atad Rir  tail in ite purity, and  ���������i'fiAyfi-'-"'^ .>  ������������������"������������������r  ���������--���������  ������������������. /yr,  fiAVfiAAAfiiAytyiYfifiAAA'A  yiAAfiAAAvl  constantly kept on hand*  ( fifi- ������������������:' ��������� :���������������������������[ > y vu'; -1 y:..: Ayy:  s^cGigar'  ���������>y .���������).< s.y'y.yi;-.  ^ot;iwa'tai^Ef|?l-,=  .:"''yyuv-f.. yimfiAvA  $?&>'mA  m  -Yale) Afirill 28^0nftuej;fcft^  2^thy as' M r ^. M. Nelsoirl of Brulge preek, >ac!r  Compani^r by his wife and; three child rimy  m iid^M^Jntnea^:Ilublnsan^wbi-l^  tto^ils^fack^i'te^  wiih his" waijon. the yhorses took fright and  ypiM}*ed*1>#i*1the ftfank^ dragging the'wagon  a f to r them,;  L) a r i u g the fal 11 hewn go n turn ������*tl  over, * throwing the "occn^Aritsioir?the rocks  below and then fel 1 on, them.-kiIIing one -of���������  1he children, named Frank, 5 yeaiss^old.   Mrd  '. ftp hins$n 14i|d |tlie-^ldesi b b^Jjrf |������si^||al y|  biit not daiigerousty injured fi l\fry aiid "Mt-s  Nelson escaped with some; trifling bruises,  and Ihe youngest ch lid vesc aped u������Tmrt   An  I qijest,;o'n^ha: b������Hy of tbe Httlei^boy kiUed  on SaturbSi^-and a ^rd|ct retnrfedib^pc]  ���������dental death.   It is regarded as a ml rack-  that any one of the party escaped alive, a*  rtn������Hlfiiiande-theyfej_lfwte  ;a very rocky placed al; the bottom? !   fi 'A &  The ft rs t teams for Soda Creek left yester:  ^daylmprnin^.v v.-vyv,,,,.,^; yxfi .!!E!y;'iv, v  "yT.ha.sieaniar'.-.blllondt'arrived at8 yesterday  morning; bringing 90 tons freight and-/ationt  25 pas8eiiger8, of whpm 29 left by the stages  tor various places on the. road aad for Bar*  ykeTviUeV.-f,*!r'':^^' fl   f. '���������>>'.'>' v-;������ ������ ' * "������������������';��������� -i  Pearson's stage left at 1.30 yes terday after f  noon, with 5 white and 2; Chiiiiunaii.!; Bar-  II ii rd's extras 1 eft. at same tijDnejwttb. sixp asseh  gers, and'toe reg \{\ ar4t������gej. witfe'ttSolm^ii and  nine passengers, left at 5.30 ttm. tb-day.  THE MODOC WAR���������THE LATEST NEWS  FU0M.THE. S^T.X)^,f AR.  - 'i C-.."'��������� 'He^QitartirB,!:-  t* $ ������ \ :fifu'i. ^'Jva ^ ^?rit^v  Ncytiiln^ lnrtft������������fe has'^tran spired, 5 WoSarej  awaiting the return Of tbe cavalry. Colonel  Mason has moved his camp up to Captain  Jack's lair, and ho.lds.it now^. Beetles are be-  ng discovered in crevices1 and tinder heaps ol  rooks A sickening steueh 1IJIs theair%.There  must have beeti* inariy killed .aiid wbtinrled  that vye know nothing of. (hirlpus is 6. killed  and l������:wounded/': We bav^evid4iicesidf :the  death ol .1* Modocs. arid their wounded must  be.Ih a greaterratio than!ours, foritjia "sheila  tore the in up awfully. The ground is literally  covered with' broken \ sheHs. j Thr'de' shells  burst in the ravine in the centre of their camp,  scattering thorn* to, the winds;-; -Most of their  women and'children were removed lis fore the  massacre of tJieJPoticei Commissioners; yThere  were ajiout 250 men. women aud children 60  of whom could'vftfehti*:,,YtSterday the boys  captured an old Rquaw* wlm iyr'w,unable to  cscapcVbhe coufituia the death'- 6f Schoii-  A t. - Ai kfi A. AA  ^^UNIT^D,   :! Chicago, !ApriI 24���������It snowed here to-'day  fur*^ nearly anyliour^but^mtilted as fast as It  fell.  ;./New\-;Yor,k;'! Aipril 23^In Stoke/sVcase to-;  S������iy ihe argument; was Jneguni on! the^bill;! of  exceptiairis^ i-JitHsi;expected the. arguments'  willbe coricliided te-morrow.  ! Recorder Hackett in the (^iu^^Cf!yGeneral]  Se^si6ris;to-day read a IetterCwhich he had re*  ceived from'yau/anoiiymousf correspondent.;  threatening^'him ;!cr's^une^of bis fanii ly with  iteatli shonId be - cpniiaue, e|o ;impose heavy^  setitencesupoh persons convicted of what the'  writer regards as light;o������Bncesi r -;      ,"���������'"!  ! Newark, April 23^-This morning Mrs Anna  tlennessy^wife of^Joh n Hen ricssy;J a respectr.  able sbof mnker at 87 Third street^ wlijle in  a fit of-insaniiy, killed her two children^aged  three yeairs and five man tits, and Vplaced th^  ^qfies jh a! fii'U jn ��������� the centre of !the floor. She  c h ok ed .the cb i Idren to death and roasted the  bodies ouaatove, ; *���������������'  |?1: ; v :;,��������� .i p-pasSBNGBRS^   '."������������������', ���������:.:*-!���������������������������  | Swinomish, April 25���������The followjn^is^the  passenger list of the steamer Prince Alfred  for. Victoria*^.^Rrarmen;f>Iosv Brannen,  Charles PawK Miss Baley, Miss L. tester, Mrs  R.>Brcdricfc arid bnyv:Be^aminyKdwardaand  wifei^Miss Mary Vlborai; BenjamurHeyward^  wife and,child, Thos. Spire and! wi%,X W,.  Coon^don,; John SulUvau, John - Qnaglh>Ui;  Jacob Frauenthal;G.K.HIxonj  mer, ! Peter  McQuade,  Mrs  Hay wood and  daughter, M: W������ Hortiv wife, and three chil-  dren, Samuel Hamilton and wife; O. S.-Fowler, B; C,'Stevens, John Lovetfc, and 50 in  steerage.'-"'!-' A"l v fi-fi'fi' ���������, -:������������������.���������.  ���������..';'��������������������������� ���������.Ay'yyy'"-y^m^^fiy''A, ...  Rome,' April 24���������The P^pe has had a: re  lapse, and is again confined t > his bed.'  '[fiyfifiiififiifi. .-;HAViNAV:-'!        ;!.!  : Havana^ April 24���������Bid well, the alleged  Bank bf/jBnglan'd'fo'r^i^^ias been delivered  over to the British Consul by order of the  Captain General, and will probably be sent  vtoEriKlsnd in a man of war. The sccomplices  of Bidwell,' Including Wilson; are still at  Havana*;'-fi,.,.-, .'-��������� fifi -���������*��������� -.  The Captain-General has notified the British  Consul that the trial of O'Kelly must coatlnue.  If the prisoner s guilt is established, theJCapt.  ^General will exercise clemency, but ho cannot stop the course of law. The British Consul has telegraphed to the,' British Consul at  Mansanillo'-to-day to do all ho possibly can  forO:Kolly.  fii$iAVfim?fifi:y:yy..     .  \: s 'A y :.'-: ���������.;���������':: V[ A.fi,''-'. -��������� 'fiy.Afififififi������������������ ,; - ��������� y ���������:r ���������'. 1 .:.-. y; ��������� < v. -y.'  Will ho always: carefully!, attended to, and thobesi  Be^s^andy/^commoUatioiir pntvided.for their cos  tbmors' "V ���������    -' "*- ���������'    - ���������' ��������� '���������      l���������' '-'-dole  yyyyfiiyd,  {A^mS'fifim  UI$Aixi&X(cfi.-  *pitifi*A% _  revisions *  y>Ali<i>i "  ���������  ?iROASTED.DAILY AT* THE STORB;  .' *':,r \'' r ^'D "B POT     F OR '' "'"' "',���������  PIONEER MILLS EXTRA FLOUR  ;������������������ ;*aa������ liLlqoet, onions :and beans  on hand.; 'v.-.     ��������� -        n623  Vanwinkle S tore* -!  anew  and1 eomple to; assort  j^ejnty;o^;;c.ev^^tto^  tfoyjlr^te  an'dyoffers'.vto Miners;  Tho.��������� BARi    lurnlahod will" ,tUo flDcsl WIJJES  fiQUOKS and ������GABS.  Board,; -  ���������12 per  ALWAYS.OM BAUD.  (.l'i.iviV;:"-.-Wrt':!  " ���������,..h-.;.'-������   '-*y������J1 A'A'^;- 'A':.r  t*i������i.Vii'".":������:  ���������sz* ^e������nn.  ���������Atal4WM^l'*CjtwHi>unMtfAM-A'  -.-- -j.-������^y aa  m  TilE C JglBOOg^ffi  ~       SATURDAY. MAY S, 1873.;  NoTwrrasTAMDiNQ the ������on������a������ed aad^sr-  *wteot efforts of a small clique in Viotoriato  ������r^te disorder, foment discord, and esabarrasa  the admin* ration of ft������ Government..l-i  iron possible manner, the wheelsolGbyoru-.  w^nt stil I run smoothly; law and order, pre-  ���������ii. contentment exists, and the first steps in  the path of economy:. Uave:been viewed with  , vtiRfaction by the;eb*ntry.;andfBO far have  ������alata*������le.to others -ho have axes to friud.jperience^its eflW . y ;_^   ;%ioAfi;i}m  or to the officials'whose; servicea^have been  Tbrqivkrsatios.���������The  Victoria .Colonist  accuses the ������bstinbl of tergiversation in  baving?.asjt thinks, c&aneeii its opinion as to  the advisahility of establishing the new department of Finance and Agriculture.   Now,  weihnve never laid any special claim to uv.  fallibility, nor do we presume to Bet our own  individual opinions above those of the public;  and if we have been gnilry of any tergiversation in the matter referred to, the change has  been fully justified; by the verdict of the  people in its favor, backed by the opinions of  the ablest men in the country.   As to the in*  spiration  spoken of by onr cotemporary.  "new advertisements.  ������������!  MISCELLANEOUS.  Passengerjt fw^W  COMMISSION, STORAGE,  &NU  General Agency.  as her  MAJESTY'S   MAILS,];., .;fi  apl5������  JAMES  WICKHAM,  Sfi'i Barkerville.  wni ii*Ta.  Barkerville  dispensed with Ha carrying out tbe system ot  economy.   U waa:hoped by the obBtructives  that-^lie ^ian^wiiich' hasvrecently taken  ���������ftacein the ma^rier^fojiho.adminwtration  *f justice in the rural districts and small towns  of the Proviace would have been productive  of disorder and discontent, and absurd stories  throve-t&taisorder acUial^ exist8^inseveral localities have been disseminated by the  Chief^mon^pieco- c4^Uie party!-in'Vi^na  Ourreaderadci not .reqitii^ to be told that  these storiesareValse; and the ihere,output of  ^appointment f^vyj andv.nia1ice; Jtbe or.  ���������d*rW and sltisfactory state, of tho country ^ib  ancient eviuenee'to prove the talsity^of ;the  ������8se!ilnns,^l������ people fullf appreciate^  fo^efita and privileges of Responsible Gov  rrnment. and fi. are botji able and willing ,to  ' ^eartbetrrsbare^ of ftbe VresponsibilUies and  ��������� duties" fnvoVVed in carrying it  ont.    The  pruning knife has also been applied to other  liranches^fctbe, Government: frbe;pe^tee*  .    of Useless officials have b'een tlispensed with.  -departments amalgamated, and  the-;whole  placed undergo .supervision; of ^sponsible  in^eic^t" Miiiistefs/: Tula; also, has been  ; accomplished, to* tnVsnrprise and^hagrin of  the obstructrVes; without navlng caused any  ^mnarr^men^  tionof pubiic business: '>.  ��������� -AUxn*y> Jperbaps, ;astoniai.{ ;*oina . ofg^n;  reatoatti^  jn this ^tlD^ppM^^^?(.^f^^y^  Jron^ry^orippbie the new !order of things.  The people demanded\econoray;iny the;cari-yx  mm oVtevG������w���������ent of; tbe-country.  Th^tirst steps in .^; d^eptmn ;h������v^en  firmlv%ken.^the!-Wesenl, Administration.  ������nd we n9w find that thnr strong opponent  $w one or two>l^ufficiHn������pu���������%W&  tL ��������� The recognized guardians of the public  Interest*, one would supple :jbatan^slep  lateen'tnliabteoHhe burdens of the people  Would meet with approval .from afeiMttoM  XiitfWW;bot there are glacis feheep ,'  in every noc^and too often unscrupulous  ^mawiauesare^befound controlling and  Tate     British-'Columbia has been signally  the. McCreight- 'Administration' -used the  Colonist as its organ. The *' inspiration'  was evidently -doled-out sparingly, or prob  ably payment was measured by the value of  the services,.; rend wd. A journalistf who.  inside of site wnionihs, changed from being  an ardent supporter of !h������ McCreightGovern-  ���������     ^       ���������j  rftw^iiniifi  nnnonent.  y   *:        o* or about .    ;-.���������  feATURPAt, APRIL'1 S6th,  EEKL  ^Mirsedin this aspect. Cleverybnt.unpnn  ii pled men .haw ton often in tins Province  %U Ibis mighty, engine for   he purpose -of  I '**<&&&&���������$&*-o*ri;: personal eiias,..,-^),.n. s-  Sacter of political opponents.  >Th������;.coun,  {^^ording:!to; this ^^My^mM  Snd^ritoUm;tand:fe^wntin  beinff directed towards building np the land  of theiryadoptlpn.: Jmye: ^ejl-more^tlyin  oyes of the world.   ; , V        ''i'-*-wl  And why are these scandalous and fals������  ^hitements winch must, certainly# nte&fei}*  4P-0fl name^they?rovitrce. don^iiapRiit  forth ^ny!%erlaln pu^Hc^pfintsr-The m*f*���������  to   nlidn.    Ambitious   hopes  disappou t d  ;,.��������� injjly devised  nUfs foiled.-iintiMpaie������  Pn .lis removed from their grasp,   A P".^  f .HoQal ilesifedl bvl.^ie paVty.   Ilie! wl ol v  of  the   public/prm'iug   by  anotW.   and  Tro-ernment' ���������������? p������P 'fi M ^any  k nd  by  a  "���������third    Cats   the  Premier   do   nuHiing   to  mtfititV  the   cravings of th^se hnngrv and  n..Mdv indivjo^afe?v;TeR;f/a bappyyh night  has struck  ne, and we trust the Attorney-  General   will   ������ct   promptly, on  the_ sue-  irestion.    The Lunatic  A������vlmn and  Peni-  tentiarv are shortly to b* placed on an  improved footing, and the" services of men of  nbilitv will  be required.    Reooinmpnd^ the  TViumverate to the attention of the Dominion  Government, and pee that a Portfolio and  , ffices of emolument !afe secured for them in  il.ese nec^sarv institulions.   They will have  full  opportunity in ������haw establishments of  *.{iHAJr to= their previous khowledere of the  (* Wee ������f pelfVgoVernment   and the country  w 11 vr*M malerially- bv the- employment of  eo much talent in its,proper apnsre,  an arneia������H]f|mt������c:t... .... ..���������������������������  rnent to a deadly and scurrilous opponent,  has surely aright, to accuse others of .le-'gi*  y������������rsation! We fear that so far as an ���������* honest1  expression of opinion is concerned, our co  temporary's can always.be tempered or entirely changed by a judicious application of  'Government1" pap ,;���������or!1 if U-an its-hi in better  a moderate dose of" inspiration." 11 fi....:  Barnarp's Exfrkss, with the mails and passengers, 'arnyed at ,1 ;o'clock last Saturday  afternoon, and Pearson's about two hours  later. The list ot passengers! published in our  -last issue was correct with one exceptions  jfor John Hudson, read John Henderson, the  jlate popular ;prqprjetor' oif the Fort Hope  Hotel. "'Bulb stages left for below* early on  jSundav triorni iig��������� Barnaids wi I li an express,  the mai's, and one pnssenger for Quesnel-  mouth ^rcand Pearson's-wiih-three passenger*  iroin Staiiley���������Mrs S. P. Parker, Bli38 Kate  Parker, and Rachel Parker, for Yale;  ! '���������������������������/>'.'. ���������: A '.'u'&  '������-'  '��������� '���������'���������'��������� -������������������'���������������������������'    ���������������������������'���������/.   ���������'���������������������������������������������/'��������������������������� V  yy  Gov ebk^kSt ire acting with co ni men dab 1 e  promptitude-in:repairing theaerious damage'  done to the roads and bridges by freshets.-���������  Mr ?rThomas Spenoe.* reached Soda Creek on  Thursday, and^will comnjeucethe work imme-  diafeiy. It will be Seen by-advertisement-in  to-day's issue that the Barkerville bulkhead  is also to bSstrengthen^d withovit delay, and  tenders for stringers and ties for that purpose  are called for Government is entitled to and  will receive a vote of ihunkstrom our citizens  j Court of, Assizw.���������Courts ot Assize will be  held as follows :���������At New Westminster. May  14.*:t Yale; Mayyl9;;'. Lytton;.' May'22; Kam-  loops'/Mfty 28";J Ciinlcn, June,2 ; Quesnel-  mouth, June G; Richfield. June 17. Fall Circuit���������Richfield, Sept. 16; Quesnelmouth. to  be!flxed hereafter;jifv any! business fi Clinton,  Oct. 2; Kami on ps, Oct. 7 ; Lytton, Oct. 13;  Yale, Oct. 16 ; New Westminster, Oct..-2l.  Aadeonaecting*tQa,snelmoath.aad Tato.wtlh..tb.  .{Steamers. . ��������� ���������  SURVEYS AND PLANS EXECUTED ^  ; On reasonable terms.  i jw Order., left at Mr Kelly's, *&%$>  wlUbe attended to. -��������� ��������� '���������' ' m^u  TREASURE SHIPPED AMi GEHERAL  GroceriBs and Provisions,  LAST CHANCE^  CREEK.  F ' PEARSON   &   BRO.  (.:    fi; Afi.   f>p\$\mA    '  ��������� '���������'.<:���������   '.'' '   ' "  ���������    ; ���������    AND    A..fifit  ;.-      -;-.-���������:.  LIGHTNING CRBiKK At 3 P.M.  t Passage, $2; for the round triip,; $3.':!  ! /Freight;taken at low rales:������������������',������������������'���������-���������'��������� ���������'���������  ��������� ap!2       - fi-y : 'fi -H. G; WILMOT.  DI8S0LBT10S 0F_C0PA1TBERSHIP.  ' VTOTICE IS HEREBY GiVeN,;THAT THE  1* C������������pirtneKhip li'-rrlolnn* <*xistiiig ,l������!tvv.i-.rn; J I).  CALI.B R K ATH ff n I.' J.' 'PL RfA W KS, Pa rm trs. ii n if* r  till: Firm of adlbrfrtth'fc- Hawks,'\e tills'day Vliascilvtid  liy in ui-ua Icons -nt.. M'  J. y. HAWKS willcn-imi? the bu6iara������* and as  j-u'me ull.ll.iMlliics ������t the Finn' and collect all* ac-  coiiDts due to tbe late Firm.?>     "���������' "��������� "'��������� -  ....     ..-'.J, F, ,UAWKS.. - ;-..  ; .Witness���������E. Bk!.l. .  ��������� PprinuftrUi; B.C ; April 10th. 187a   '     'np26 1 m'  ���������L-IG.H.T/NING:  apl������  For Sale, the'  -   ,       *       ���������<���������:���������..'-, . . . . ���������"' - 'i  Stanley Hotel,-."-  ���������LIGHT-WIN.G-;CRKEK.  JISHING.TO'CLOSE.. QUT THE; Busi->  \    ueaa,; uffers for sa,le the St;������ uloy Hotel fi.  ;    ANpaTABUES,  F������������r terms,'enquirV qn tho premiss. . aplf  L;vvllaces!  TO BE HELD AT  .   ���������.    ��������� ��������� : f  '������������������    ��������� ��������� c: '"'  L  ON  j Dkatu Ar tub IIospttal.���������George Brehrr,  fetter known as *��������� Dutch'Geo?ge,'' died at the  l)qf?pi ta^nn^it,ewlayjnisrht^aat^a^ry ay short  iJlpela^Tlre^ce^ie^ was a ii at 1 ye of Bam  Berg;, Bavaria, and aged.about 45 years.  ; FRastf^MPTfoN/---A fine lot of fat sheep for  ���������Vau'VoIkenlinrgli~"&Co! we7re"driven in by  lir I. Van Volkehbnrgh last nicrht  jNEWIdV ERTIS EMNfTS.  f*Trr-r ���������  QEALEB TENDERS' WIT ;L BE received  O by the mi Urslgn'ul, up:t<������ 19ih May, 1873. f<������r  the right of inainuiii'uga^KRRY, for/the. t������������n������ .of  tliri^e years, h cross Fraser Hi ver, at or near Quisncl  mouth'.. ,���������:���������������������������.��������� '.,;' ;,-; i ' .-- . .,- -  ��������� Tliesaiyt Ff'rry.tobe work id hy;.horsepower, nnd  to be cupsible <>f carrying ni.������t loss than tea pack ani.  maU an I thf-lr loins.     :     -       '',; ' '['���������  The Ferry right to extend lor a tlistance of six miles  above aii'l below Qusn ���������Inunith.. fit   -.    . ���������,/.; - . ,.  TiMi'Hts to fftiite the rent pn-yosed, the rate of toll  for pa?si ngcrs, 'nniinnis. ah \ lr if:ht. Olnci-rs and  freigh t of- the Hrnvliici'il:Gdvenim"iit to pass fr-o.5 \ ���������  The lowest or Auy tender int n^'S^arilv i������c������:.pted.  - ChiMic?mmi5^l^n^r;of'. L:������nils and Works.  \fich ':*^!in*'4fpiof  23a and^4tli|MAY. 1873;    Vv      , ��������� *���������**���������#*"'.������������������  The Puraes amount to over Seven Hundred  Dollar*. *. ��������� i: ���������       .  For particulara.see smell i>m*.- -  Lands and Works, Dep Vrtment,  fi-fimt March; 1$73^-U'tr. ^-;-  N<rtiQ6f  mmns will m..RF^eited up to  . Noon on Wednesday. 7th May, at the  IjoBt Office, Barkerville, for ;     ���������,   & fi .  to he-npt.iess than .Twelve (12) inches in  diapie-ter!,- at'.'r'sinnll end. and ,uot less than  Twenty ;(20)feet.im length*;.  V fi ���������ALSO.-   :  j!    ;-150G ffeet Ties. ;  T'mbrr-,0 he in lengths so as to cut ^en feet  Wi .-i,oiii loss, and "to be not lees than Five (5)  incheBin diameter. ���������-���������  i The above to he delivered along the Bulkhead at Barkerville.  THOR RPENHE.  I (tiy John Bowrnn.)  "j Barkerville, May 2, .1373/ myS  fallow*  CJEALED^TENDERS fi. ENDORSED tI'TBH.  01' tierfer kecpiug the: following secthms ol^yCIln:  ton, Alex'andra,-Alex������.n !ra to Cjmi^rt-iiuip iRciiul:hi  rrpair for ONR YEAR from t'he 25tli M-������y, 1873,'or the  date of sign atii re- to eon tn������ctj W ill l re 'receiveds by- the  Chief Commissioner of) Lands nnd-Works at; his olllco,  up to the 19th M ay nex t, for the, follow ing works * ,  .-'ectiou No. l^Llllooetto 47 Mile Post, Lillooet Alex-  Seotlo'a No.' 2-47 Mile Post to 100 Mile Boat; Lillooet.  ���������;y ;-    ifi:- Alvxandr.i Road,   -t'.- - '    ;:.  Section No. 3���������100 Mil- I������.������t to 177 Mile IW.Lil-  | Ifioei-Alexuii'lra.Riiad. .'  Section No. 4���������177 Mil'tFnf-t to Quusnehnouth.  Section No, o���������Qoesnelmnuth to Cameron Urn.  : Plans jmd.Speeittcativns caii bo seen at the* i  ing places:" '"���������' ij ;i .  -  ' ������������������'���������'.. ���������> ��������� ���������  iLand Office, Vict or isi;, Awjst ant Commissioner of  lijonts an-l Works, New WeHtmlnator; Assistant Commissioner, pf Lan -Is ������nl Works, Yiily. j.Thoinfis Buie,  Ksq , Lytton; Assistant ( o'mmissioher of Lands and  Works, UlhHict; 0, Pope, Esq., Clinton; R. Mctwso  Ksq., SooaiCret-k ; A. Binlow. Rpq.,-Quesnelinouth;  au<i the Government Olllc", KlchQi-hJ. ,-;;���������  : The lowest or.any TonchT not necessarily.accepted������  With each Tender must h������, enclosed, tin*" ha ma of  two responfii 1)1 e 'perwitttf willing i6 gi've secunty for  the due compl"liun ol tho work to tho amount of������������������'  For-Section No. i-^$200.i   . : :---:; \fi "v '���������--';  For Section No. 2���������$200.        . .. .    i   .  ForS eilon No. 8���������S'iOO;  For g. ction No. 4���������$200.  For Section No. 6��������� f 1000. '-;"'������   '  KOllKKT BEAVKN.-  Chief Commisshwr of I������inls find Works.  '..-, (By Thomas Spuucis. SujurjuLndi'iii..}  Yale, April 10,13U.'" ' fi. ap26  A KB prep>m*dj to furnish Lumber, at their. Mills,  William Creek, *������r delivcr.lt io orderk  }       -'*v,      "*     -'  ��������� -'   ���������>'i . \��������� '���������'���������'. i-\y. ���������'. ' .  : LUMBER DELIVERED, ON LIGHTNING  ���������B;E������1L  ,   ir.:,   fififi'',["' r|l /     .;,  j'i Hftvinv-a Planing Machine in operation? they,'Wil.  also,furnishj,^,*...,,. :.���������.-��������� ��������� a... yfi.j   ' . ���������      fiyfi'.  at satisfactory rntoa.  PAtENT MEDiCINES,  the  fi-y, COUGH LOZENGES, Ac. &e.  A������* Teeth carefully Extracted and Filled,  ^- Prescriptions"and Family Recipes rt0*\  cnrately prepared.  Barkerville, Nov. 20,1872, pen  m THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  k  llle,  tf  as,  3K.-  I -.-A fc  f >'   '���������--.  Busi->>  Apia  73;;  wired:  r  ry#.-  B-  ���������  ���������  n  nl  r. Mills,  :ning  bey wil  es,  SATURDAY, MAY S, 1873,  fifi ., QUESKELMOOTE.,.   ���������  Qoesnelmouth. May 2���������The steamer Victoria.with 42< passengers, arrived here at 6.30  a.m. Barnard a express, with four passengers, and Pearson's, with* three passengers,  left tor Barkerville at 8 a.m. -  Two Hudson Bay boats, with cargoes ;>of  furo, in charge of Gavin Hamilton, arrived  here last Monday from Stuart's lake, and left  a?ain to-day. Father/LeJaoqpte'and anotfeer  priest are hereon route .for 8t, James, where  iliey intend'ito establish a permanent mission  Station. - ���������; v"   -.    SODA CRBECi...        _,.;  Soda'Creek, May I��������� The steamer Victoria  left at noon%tOH[Uy. with Barnard's aud Pear*  son's expression board. *   /'  /'���������'"���������'PASSENGERS.   :;: y;"r-  By Barnard's.Expresa:���������Messrs. J. Murphy.  Bohanon; El inure, Thos. Spence, Wm. Barry,  Thn������,Hardy,; /and E. William*.; for Soda-  Cre )k, 5 Air Parks, Quesnel. Mr J.. Cle'ndiu-  ing. Barkerville. ..-.. yfi. >. .'���������-���������..  By Pearson's Express:���������Ren. Healey, Wm.  Williams. M. Lewis, for Vanwmkle j J. Gis-  cnmej for Soda 'Greek ]' O. H. Evans, and two  Chinamen, for I5t) mile house.      fifi:     !.  ���������   VICTORIA.  Victoria. Appi 1 30 --The ifwei. steajn-er  Pri 11 ce A11 red m������ 1 ed ou t of Ksq-w i m a 11 bar b or  ������t H a.m.'yesterday. ....���������-..-.  The Epizootic has appeared in Oregon, and  ajp p ear s io be com i n g u< it:th w a id. The K(ag<e.  ti.������rses nn, the ;roa<l... to Oa I ifoiwia./between  J ar I son villi* and Yreka. have [ bee:r.:attacked  with it. and two have dJed.';^; fififi fi fififi fi'fir '"n,t"  The Prince) AIfre'd tpok" away ������������������ yestefday  for a while, until tbey shifted about and  gained a position t*at<cwsimanded thee*1 all  cover of JMjor The-mas a*?dothers who baited.  And hare they did the fatal work of the day!  ���������From this -post tbey suoeeeded in   killing  Major Thomas, Lieut. Howe, Sergeant Rous,  and two privates,vand 'wounding Assistant  SargN>u Smeig.   During this <ime Colonel  Wright's "���������������������������- who stayed with him were  killed*- as  fast as they showed their heads  above Abe racks.   Wright -was shot in t*he  bre.ist, one of ������bis men shot dead,  and two  wounded.   The troops in the camp were under arms by. this lime,and orders were given  to the troops and Warm Spring Indians to advance to the scene of action.-Colonel Mason  commanded the'troops, biit: the ground wasj  so;rough that they did- not reach Che  battle  ground '-til taught, when they could dooothinp  b u t ���������; lay ii p on  t heir a rtiih; v A b out m id n igb t  three wonuded men caioe-.m, reported.all  clear in front, and all killed and   wounded  except; three or four privates' The troops  were aroused and an fi, advance made for a  short distance, and then halted for the night.*  At daylight Major. Green'-sent-out a party-of  skirmishers, who found packer Louis aud two  soldiers.   Another party found in a small 1  'basnet Major Thomas.* Lieut, Howe, Surgeon  Smeig, and three Sergeants, (lead, and forar  privates killed or wounded.- Colonel Wright  and men found M������jm Cranston, and five men  are still;missing;, and they -are supposed to  have been killed.-;   ;m ' '. : ;.  The follnwtag are the names of the killed  and wounded as far as can be ascertained at  present: :���������]������������������ ���������>. :, '..:������������������ !' fi '  A Kiijjcn-.���������Capt* Thomas, Laeut; Howe.Sergt  Rans:,Capt.' Wright,*,ten -privates; anil one  citwr'n, and packer Louis.'.     '���������  WotJ.\DKW.-^Afl^is.tan.t Surgeon Smeig, Lt.  Harr isv.'a hd 19 p viva tes..: >'.;.  hi wsiNO.���������M aj o r Cra nsto'n and fi ve men.   '  O^tof sixty-five nieii'. that'went but,v torty-  uie .are killed,- wounded- and .-missirtpr;;-V![���������-;fifi  A'Yhe-General then ordered tlie troops -to;re-  ���������turn to 6am p. a iid were-Was no: fighting when  ithe.y^������rriftr left..'������������������y'^-.fifisA'i''<:���������:A'> vycy-v' '-jy-.c--?  hemia, was destroyed by fire on the 3lst of  March. Of 5������6 4w*yt*ea in the city, 45f wore  completely burn<+d stnd 500(1 persons 'asado  .homeless. A mag^facen.t cnuiyjh, founded in  ihe early dajs of the Kelorraation, fell a prey  ���������to the flames, as'also' valuable pamtinga by  fciicas, Cranaoh and ������urei..;;.  Talookra, April 2i���������A merchant wfea bas  just anived here from Gondakon, reports that  Sir Samuel'Baker and party were at JTalno-  MINING iiNTKLLlGENOli;.  A cave occurred in the upfer portion o?  the Caril������0O. clalai;last Sanday, aad the creek  cuiming into it,- tnecpm^aiHeaworlilag belo^r  were drowoed ;<wit;"'jTw'^ve*tew since them  been filled upi, and thecoapannes will re^aiae  work on Monday. The Balia!rattCO. washed  up 22 oc. itt.tbe beginaiag offifiihofiweek from  kv& and all well. Be fimyi he fi:w&"^���������esOttt H sh*ft������ work- fe������t on. account of t*e. werne<*  wheo Bakers agent came to  t^e ison ot.the ?f **? diggings have bseti obliged t<a fcuocfc  K!ing o( Goudokba aud, took 290 soldiers to.  talookra. yl":fi' AfifiAfifi ��������� '*'-':���������  |thec<������itier left.  -.    fififi'Ayfi.fi mm?T3L- fi'fifi .. y .;".;..  London. April -:24~At:"tbe spring meeting  to-day, the annual, meeting baud leap for ,25  sovereigns each, .Willi 200. sovereigns added,  was won by Mooiaiwglon,���������Dutch Kate, last  year's, winner, seeoad, and Uhlua!. third.t-  Twelve--horaesatarted. -���������    -������������������ - ������������������- - A   ������������������- ��������� ;������������������ fifi  A mass meeting of .democrats to protest  against tlie refusal of the Brttisii Gb'vernaiept  to.recognise the Spanhb.--Republic - is to be  held iu Trafalgar Squ are on dth M ay.      r.  The suicide of.Karl Delaware was the result  of mental depression causeoVby. tbe death ot  ���������alady-friend;������������������'������������������-���������       '���������������������������'''   '->���������'.'��������� -.fi-  Among; the passengers who^ sailed'-from  Liverpool recently fwere 10(T. operatives froca'  ibe towiiof Yeovol,"''.'.���������';''''-. -.'���������--  Mad rid,.; April .23-r^There, is great '.agitation  here.   The shops aud theatres are;closed.-���������.  The permanent .commission  was iny session  I ast n tgb t,' al 11 he me i ii behs' bei u g ��������� preseii'L'-^  The premier had a long discussion; with Caste II ar, a nd' Sal am ar a t ; ad mi t ted ' aiflfaira'' were  grave, but said; the. Carl is if. were checked and  the:discipIipe.of-..thearmy restored.,so it was 1  unnecessary.'io.reconvjine..the.Asoeuil)jy. or to?  postpone the elections, for the   coQStitueat  Cortes.!. ������������������: t - ��������� fififififiyy AA**Afi^fii - ���������!' ��������� -.  &'ews  bis be^yre^eiv^ bat-  itaiious of; vo fit nteers had: rei vol ted. Caste! I ar  jaske d; l\ie ;eoinmiasio n- >to adj oun j <fo c;24: bou ra.  whiclii' wa-s' relusedV whereupon the ministers  off two picks, aad are only working 4wo-������c  present;' ; .-��������� ������������������ v':--- ^v-;/-:;;:;' \\;~ \  f.0WHKK CB������BK.-'vi- ���������','-*��������� '���������>'A ��������� $ $-  Mr H. U. Lowe.��������� vnyofllcer of O^toms at\S������>o- j much (rightened.. At C  y.u*.'"b"M������t both hands.by a railway accident in Yakuria, oh Tlmirsday,!^  and;very much't.i;i^h'tene)l:;The. Indians.have  left the reservi*ti������Vn..'.'":������������������"':" ; r;  v '���������_'-��������� ���������v - *! ���������:������'  (/iiaada.-  H,M.S.'SciijMt. sailed on-Monday for Val-  pai'His4i^- -i- *������������������ ��������� :fi 4: ifiy; -    ' >c '*������������������'fi^y^1 fi;--A ;^ From MryP*NeilV, jus'*:'! dowpvfrom'Col^ill*1.'  Matsqiii.  April :-M-Tb* Standard of tlie! W^'^W JH^'t'th^ Si>okaiiie fn<lians;.������re ' vee-y  2 Jl i\\ ici i ii i ai;: s ��������� i he f������������.l V*w\ itg j I era s : fifi'fi^  A i h 11 lier - N n.-i t ic!' g*(������t away, fr-"im ..the asy It i ro.  which iippeiir* to b* wholly tin At for the ante  ;k wjpi ii a " f. I6e i ns/i.^-e,- H e. w a s sji n r t ly afj er.,  WnMs cap Sired' by 'the police and VeUirned  to custody.  Mr K. WvGreen received the largest num  fo er. ot, votes fo r' the \ inai lion of Wa terJ Wo rKs'j  feffiueer and City Surveyor.  Mr Claii^Vt,-lately Magistrate-at1 New Wea*.^  minster, has received a Jelegrain tendering  bim a lucrative position in South Amewa. ' ^  They are. nioviug at Naiiaimo to have a  dry dock at that, place, and have .formed a  ������<unpany witb a capital ob ������50,000. for that  liurpose.,  t They' pominion , regulations respectinir  ���������s t e!a niers a re'.' t o be su s peniled lor a. I i in i ted  time, so tar as our up river steamers are concerned.  The Englisb and Canadian mails, long overdue, are detained iu'cpiieequejice of tbe snow  t>lockude on the rtd 1 way;      ;-' y:  paiicy ���������'and:impnd^t: They are gOirtff about  in bands of. ten nod twenty\ with war-paint  on, notifying the settlers to leave.- One';'of  them, nawed Grey. who is educaterl,; had a  hoi ice written ��������� by himself served-on set tiers,  felling tItem 'be liiud they were setiled oh  J whb bi������, and he wanted them- to go a way The  settlers are breally frightened,- hot knowing}  what the Indians may do.  UNITED 'STATES.  Cock's Ferry on':the ig^jfi-^pM^  rs. Cock- was alntie, p^i'aiauent comirits^ton were toircebl to flee.-���������  The ei'tyis moce"tran<iiiil to';day;: fi yfi fi:fi '��������� fifi  ; A specialfrom Madrid says the 'temporary  rati i emeu t of * President j Figuera. aad the ap -  poiutcnent of N aigill. to ^minister. the,dutie8  of: the exec iitive office ti as caused io teiise;bx.-  c^eVneut in the'eity; and a;; uprising otfiihe  populaceis'iuiibiaeutV .... '  '   ;      fififi.'fi,yfi.  'Vienna. April 25~Twentjr cases of cholera  were b ro ugh \ io:. hosp i tal 7) este rd ay fit] ve of  which p ro v ed, fatal. An elf or t. bus been made  to couceai the fact of ihe appearance of the  disease in the-city.-...y.-,.,..:: '���������:;"..;.. fi.:-;- . ���������;.-.*',  London, April 25 -The gravest apprehend  .sions aie ieit tit the highest circles ia .Parts  .fhe Victoria Co. has completed 'ifmr new*  shaft;; are ?iow; aiovlng their machiuei'v an4  prepafin ar to Work; from it. fi^b^fi C&awras  cb. will be. taking ont pay nest 'iveek.') fifi'fififi.  '������������������fiyr  fi 7 ��������� $ ACK OF -CSKJBS' CSlRKK. '���������' : \fi*tfifi; ���������' '������������������  The Tw<J - Sisters co. is paying waitfiit^  coveryep. stilt firosftecting.   .:      ..   >i.  -;- !.. fifi-j '1=. ��������� .wiitsos's jsuiidBr. "fifi. fi '.fifi. fifi  The McOormick co. nave, struck a good  prospect ha phSir' tunnel, aiid are flsJhg up t������  W������8b. ;r:---'"r- "���������'' ���������::', ���������.-'- fififi' -���������''', / :"-!.!���������   "'������������������  .  >Avrr.ra;citKE& "'���������  . The Lotbarr co. wi 11 be ready to: <alce *x\%  gold in a weeli.ortea days. ;.Tbe Naeon. c*k  are sawing lumber for a ���������unr.e.and;pitting up'  machrnery: The'Kufeka.compatiy.: !������ve!beeu.  troub I ed. by thai? j ditch . b reak \t\g. mdi h a ve  not aufeieut water to in ri the. wheeL Sevemt  companies above the canyon are preparing ta  werk.,..,;// fi.     'fiAsfiyfi fiy ��������� y ��������� A fifi;fifi--.fi fi- yfi:  A'''-' 'fififi:';. ''fi' WGI^IXQ.CREKK, ^:   < ';yAy fi-,;   ���������  The Ross and Spruce cotnpaufesImv^ .������ia.  ; pend������ed ^ovk ti51 after -the freshet.   Point co.  have'4:fee]t'!ot;.water- iii'the. digj?iogs ;��������� expect  -toiget.jt..mVt by Monday...;.Tlve.Vahwxnkle  :drain makes good.progwss ;,expect to.have":  jitcompleted;.4ifahc^vifek8:''*Th^^retttTia has  Wot the water' out and started beiaw.   The  {YahMuver eleaned-ap j40'.ok..\oq.> ;Weduesji-cy^  ���������Gladstone re^e%t,l!o! baye'tJieir>dram''fioisl^^^  ���������in a few-days.   El evert of England taking out  a tittle gMd^;:'the;^rou'nd;������is!  ilWOpht^ieo^Js ;ma!usg:g<i.od .4teitdw%, .frith)  '���������the'drain'.' '    "fi--. ;;"-!'      ' '������������������ fi--'*-:' \,y fififi fiyfi  '   :       !; COTNtY!GOtriiT.. -������������������;���������.���������,;���������;'.  iBcfora S. Mrnaji;:!Epq;; '^bld��������������������������� Ootisi^ssioaer ������a4  {':;,-i'*> 'siA* *���������."���������?��������� r-^CouatjvCiairt Jcdge.3-*;������������������������.;; yfi.' -A .;  'fifi-Afifiy fifi fififi; 'WtcnXRSpAT,��������� AprU 50.;!? ^  I .&] Sm!(b ys.T ;������T-: Laid)aw^Act ion on pro-  missory note for$4^^-^Tii^ment!'fpg-.'jjj!amfi  tiff with''coats';'to' be; paid i a. a week.' Afiifi y"''  I Sfi'Siutifr vs.: J"; Laidlaw^--Aciion tm ptcv*  misso ry. no te for S?M.   J n d grrieii t for' p I ai 11* *  ti fc adtlif'costa; to be paid i a! a week: *v * fifi fifi,  I Rogeia:! vs.'; Oocdyknntr������^-Tbia ��������� was an ao*  tion in which defendant bad con teased judgment on-a balance of a promissory note for  SSt35.   Defendant claimed to retract his .con-  fession. assince tbe.confession fee:bad! paid  ihe note pr.8Htisfti*d: it when it was preseuted  for payment  by another party���������Mir it I?*  jpes **C'  THE     MODOC     WAR���������DJ5FEAT     AND  SLAUGHTER OPTHEif. S. TROOPS.  Yreka,>rCal.j- April 29���������-Tbe,foliowinfc, was  received at*o'clock this morning: : A' ,s  *��������� Is thk Lava Bkd, April 28..   I  *4 Kri Indiana having been seen during'the  past two days, Geu. Cillem sent otH'a recoG-  tioitering party on the 28th, consisfing'ot a  <J.������mpauyof the .21st iulantry, under coin  ni and of Gol. Wright, and batteries UK and  A 4th Artillery, the latter under command ot  Lieutenants   Howe,  Harris,   and Cnmston.  The whole party began their advance about  IL .tun.,   and  were unmolested until they  readwd !GraVei Mbund, about thvee' tiriUw  J-outh of the old stronghold, where they received a vo 11 ey fro 11 i a led^e a f rocks.   T he  firing was returned by the men, who then retreated, but were rallied,by their ofticeijN  Tl le  111 di an s r a ri ro n iid xhe' Sj 1 u fi". came iii  Iront. and opened fire up (in1 A and Kbaiteries  o f a rti 1 lery. v T he in fa ii try was the n ordered  to fall back to.a-poaiUan behind the ledge of  rocks;   They tell back but failed to halt, and  Wi, the position demoralised. .Tlie company  commanders and non-commissioned, etneers  kept their positiuas, but the men kept oa  re-  treatjog:   Alter the troops fell.back, the M6*-  doos took up (he position that v/as to bave  been held hy <mr own troops, fc has suit wand  i g those leit   At th'6 time the W,ar?n Spring,  iid'iins, numbering ItiO. came ������p k\ rear of  ������&e ]&<&4om and held them 4om& ia the EQG&st.  Xacona, April 27���������A. half breed, named  M1 tcbe.li..nwirdered a mair this morning, cut-  ti 1 ig a IViglj[ 1 fuI gasb in his head with an axe  a n d k i 11 i 11 g' liitii i ns ta nil y. Two h ours after  the murderer was captured, and alter Ming  examined by tbe Coroner aiid. a Justice of the  i'eace. he was tuken out ot the Sheritf s bands  by the people und. bung. The affair caused  -quite an exc4teinent.,.y  Portland. O., April 24���������The following news  was !;i*ece������ ved IVum ;t lie Dal I es to aay : The  ludiaiislittve driven off 1200 head ot cattle  belonging, to Win! .MiHer of Yakima valley.���������  Tbree laniiliesbaye arrived at the Dal lea from  Klititat, aiid report that the Judians were so  bitrly they did not consider it safe to remain.'  San Rafael, Cil., April 24-The-epizootic  bits made its appearance here. Many burses  are-afflicted. b������t none seriously.  Reports of further depredations by^Indians  00 the Kansas frontier excites considerable  apprehension at the Indian Bureau The  rakle made yesterday areyregaided as-:most  significant, as tbe locality is this side of Chey-  enae stationon the U. J*, railroad.  .New York, April 23���������Owing to themse'  c������rity of the p r������������sen t Min t i n 8an. F ranclsco  all refining of silver and gold bullion iu iliat  city will; until ibe -completion of the new  building, be dona by the San Francisco  mining works on a- tariff agreed on between  ,the������n "and ! the Go vern m en t. bi it at a cost of  t h ree -can ts per oz. less than h e re to fo re c ha rged  Tlie new coinage machinery will be shipped  overland by 1st July. Efforts will be made  10 pat the tiew m hit in i perattou in a few:  motaibs. The Director of the Mint has fixed  the charge for coining the new trade dollar  atbalfaceiitaptece.  Washington;  April  25���������Information  has  been received at the Japanese Legation here1  of the successful negotiation iii Loudon of a  ban bf$10,li������0,000-  ;New lYo.rlK,' April 25���������The manufacturing  jtpwu of Gmcheim *&'&* jpofW^* ul %r  an immediate civil war.. The -Monarchists: O'Neii.   Mr Byrnes said that after taking out  are determined to oust Thiers at any. cost: y,i.  !Owtn^ to- the troubles1 in Spain "a great  n ii biber of fa it 1 i lies areieav i ng the cou ri try.  Steamers arriving -in England are crowded  witb- refugees.    ���������-���������/ ?���������- A\'fiA;:A:yA  ! Paris, April' 28 -^The result-of^ the vote in!  the summons..and subsequent to the confes-  sian of'Goody kun te. he bad lost the note, but  -offered'to pive defendant any guarantee he���������  might require against being again s������ed tor it.  The defendant did not deny Mr.Byrnes' state,  went, but contended that he wns not entitle^;i  to pay the "note a, second, time, as be had  Paris and other-parts .of ^p^ye^^tpA^^- mihfii>d it,--t0V.Mr:-;O'Neil, find bad  till' vacancies iii the Assembly was the elec- ^stroyed the note.  tion ot tbiee;radicals, four republicans, and  one legitimist.-;-  v ;-v������^*.b-i-'\ - :- '..-. :-.>���������..:.  : A wliite irosfc has destroyed the grape vines  in; the!,vicinity; of Lyons.? >The disaster is  simitar to that of 1817;   y:  ' Rome. April 28���������The Pope passed a restless night; and anxiety as to hh condition is  renewed. ��������� - ':       ; ;;   :.'i  London^ April128���������Calcraft,;-tbe famous  English hangman; according to an Irish newspaper, has announced his; intention to retire  from official life; Richard Evans, a well to  do farmer, and assistant for 14 years, will be  Calcraltssuccessor. :,     ���������  Recent arrivals at Liverpool from the Cape  coast bring news that the people there are in  a state of fcreat eKcUemeut in coosequeuce of  aii expected uprising of the Asbantees, who  are reported only 24 hours' march distant.  The Armaulees number between- 70,OUO and  8(1,000 men, and it is supposed they intend to  take Blroira from the,English.. They were  marching iu four���������-.divisions,>.;and their king  was at the head of tbe principal one.  ��������� London, Apni 2���������������Wm, CfaaHes Macready,  a well known English actor, is; dead, aged 80.  Mr HawkinsVof the prosecution of the Tich-  bbrae perjury case, concluded his opening  address on'Wednesday.."-;  Ten thousand ������migrants left Liverpool last  week for the United States.  : London, April 28���������Madrid dispatches say  that Becara'and Fngera, of the permanent  commission, have been nrrested, aud search  for other members coatiauea. :    ' l  destroyed the note. .The. jadge said that as  defendant did not bring the note with him to  Court to prove his case, heebould giye judg������  inent for the amount ot Ms confessibnl^siao-;  cording to that he was entitled to pay, and  he had pro ved lib thing to.satisfy him that ho  |>aid tbe a moi 1 n t for the no te;! Judgment f01  SI35 nnd costs.-- '   !-     ������������������ - ������������������ ���������"-���������-���������������-  I Radovitch vs. Gondykuntz.���������Action 00 promissory note for $460. >.'Judgment for plain-  lUf; one-half to be paid on 15th August, th������  other half ou 15th October. IS1Z; . .,  -������������������>-  The Fiucsiivts this spring have done great  damage to tbe roads and bridges. Tlie bridge  fonr mi les f rom Alexandraj and tbe bridge at  ���������the Anstra 11 an . ran ch, tope t her wi th a 1 arge  barn at Hbe- latter place, have been carried  away by tbe floods. At .Quesnel'moutb;:. two  acres of Baker's ranch has been washed away >  and over 150 yards pf tbe road at Cottonwood is gone. A heavy slide has also taken  place from the .hill above Boyd's, carrying  away a large p or tip n of. t he rpad. The on tl ay  required to repair these damages will be con*  siderable ) and it has been suggested that instead of spending large sums in patching up  tbje section of road at Cottonwood, which is.  washed aw ay every sp ri n g. Go v e r n me 111  would act wisely iu building a new read at a  nigher' level, which can be doue at a small  cosU '':  d*J!������JU:  m  -yy a!.w:r.c^-;/:^������^^^i;  yy ��������� ��������� Appoiiitmeiits;/ aa ���������;  " '' PRIVATE SEORmTtT1S OtfWCE,'  ���������v -r^V^u* April:-1873;''���������' '���������  FTS Excellency tho neafomnt Governor has-been;  n'aWd to pJace the following ;Ctentlenien on the  Cimiufasi������*a of Ui������ Peace ior the I'roviucoof British  0>lumiila: ������������������' ��������� v ������ ���������'������.[ "V? .> >j ':::������;l.. ��������� ;; .-'"';'':' A ? '��������� !  CH. A. Tazo,; W!.,Curtl8:.Ward,- R; ��������� P. - Rlthet, H;  Wili'cp.; J.-H. Turn t,tAlexander,McLean, G. J[.Find,-  Jay. J:! E. McMillan, and (. p.; Xeiiey u������i, ot - Viplorla,-  KtfquirvB." * *���������": "fi '���������'* ���������'���������'' ��������� '.-'-'.'���������'    '���������"'.���������./;���������    ' - ''/_ '  Jeremiah Ko ;e?s-and-. Coote M. -Chambers, of Bur  tard Inlet. Esquires^ fiy - -.'. fi- ." ' -v-  ���������*.'G.-H.Wilsott-Browh, of-AMerley, Esquire.     -  WIH. Marrow, John; J; Galbr.iith; an J; JonnSbaw,  orKootenny, Esquires.    .     -...-.' "fifi- fi       ���������  Jamea Bobb and G. F. Drabble, of Comox, Bs������  ouirus. n ..-,������������������-���������:'"���������.*��������� -   :-���������!*: ,������' ������������������ '���������   ���������v/v -'v-y,*    \':>  "  James Mnckift* of iAngley, Enquire. . ...      '���������' Cnarhia. B. ���������' Swnr.l;'of M.Vt������qui; R^qulro;     *     .    . ��������� ������  Donal.l McGilvery and-JDavid Miller, of SumaB9,:Es-  ouires. ."���������������'���������������    >���������-..::���������  Thomrts -Bell, Edwa.nl Pearson, -John .'Cutpp, and  Jonathan Nu'tt. of Barkervilt",' Esquires.  'fifi       '.  Kicuar���������'. 'Deighton and 1>. MoNaughten-- of Harvey,  ���������Crwek-.vEpqwiriiS;;;sy-fi: ',::������������������������������������. ���������������������������.'fiyfi. yfi,.- fififi A  ���������   -.A u,n.l>J������,������ul^ J"!111 .-I������araont Muir,-and.John ioaa-  j:t.V.-e,R>b������rts6h;������f Llghtuiogpre -k, Esquires; ;  ': *\AV..Yiam 'iJ'.Vl6vi'j"of the Town ot'-QuiSri-l. Enquire.1  ).** Robert' Briwle McMicking.tof Vale, / Esquire./ -v..,  iiJjimesCunning.haia and\V...Ciarjcscii-,oi*New,West;.  ������n'inH:r,'K������quirt'S. A     -    , A- ...<,  V ��������� W. D .Ferris and H. L.. DeBock, of North' Arm,  . JKr * r Riwr, Es<i������ir*s ;������������������ Afi'fiAy ������������������ \r. ��������� . ........... -:   ,.  . ,jy, H.;Ifadaert of. South--Arm, Fraser River, Esq.  y-;V // fifi-Ay fifi   Ry cumiaand.... ��������� *���������;- y:-yA>f.r.fijyu'.-<  :-. v/>  -.���������.;-': s .'v. v ���������   AKi'tt.lJR/J. G.-/PINDER," '  Wild Land Tax.  THE y ASSESSOR  .OF    WILB   LANDS  wnrid call the attention of L*iml owners, ia Carl-  opo.District to the 9tli Clause oil*said Act, via.:  9; Every owner of Land in 'any .-yDteirir.t shall, at  some time during.the. months of March or April,.m  ev������rv vrjirj hnnseif..6rl>y his agent, obt������in fn.jra a  Post Office:*Oil liK'.eighV au'd'Ucposjt in a Post Office,  prep-iid,' hn'd Addressed to the Asswpbr of tbe Div  [L.S.]  JOSEPH W. TRUTGH.^.������������������> \  ���������;/��������� _/���������;'' CANApAi:'-!ti; 'v ';':!,  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  np26 %n  'Private Secretary.  tUe quantity liable to the payment of Lf.ndTax, ant^  the nature of tho improvements, tbe value Uitm).,  and ilie value of the land'.'' Such Assessment paper  filiall be verjfledby a: Declaration madO by. the owner  Or his .agent.'-.-''..   ���������   ..���������.'...    ���������.- .-���������.'���������������.   .. ��������������� ."��������� fi  fir y'yfifi "A-A-   ������������������'���������������������������  ;    G. BYRffES, '  " *' !*'      1 Collector hiid 'Aps'ffls������r of Wild TAnd Tax.  OTICBilS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT BY  a Proclamation-dated the 4th March;  1873, the Road Districts therein named ; virerw  created uneier the provisions ot ���������" The Uoad  ExtensionAct. 18T3."   ..   ������������������������������������.     '  And that by Section.4 of '��������� The: Land Tax  Act-.* 187a."tft.is provided that, the Rnad.-^is-  tricts established under.4,' The Road Extension  Act, 1873;" shall be Land..Tax.-Districts; for  tbe purposes of ihe:Act. ...  ''���������'AThe Road Pistricts''hitherto establishpd'on  Va'ncoii ver' Ts 1 a nd? lire n rider the as rae' gecti on  made Land Tax, Districts for tHe';purposes of  the.Act.V'.:y:' '^'fififi^fiyfi fifi ���������. '���������- -':���������'! ! "!  Dated tbe '8thfi day of March/1873.      / ,  ������������������ ���������!/. fifi. -fi'fi'" By Command;';;":      '!     "  yZfiAfifi} fitfi fifi': '"^'-���������JOHN-ASHi-    -  ap5! 4in" :';-; %\    !.  Prqvihcial/SHcretary.  <���������  fifiyfifi^^^'^pPEyfiAAA  B^o^ExAsiori Aci;,!l;873  ;   >-'-...������������������'���������   ������������������.^fifi'-y/rX'A.A   A ' '!''.���������:���������'''...   '   A* " ' .-  '���������'������������������ ���������: '. '.'.,- .' '  ��������� fifiyfi Yifiy- '*A!yy'fififi~Ti~fi- "-���������/''!- Ayfifis; fifi.'; A fi  ;   NrVTHEREAS by^a>Proclamatlon},dated^th;March,.  ' VV��������� ' 1873 the Mian 1 i.u if oF-B'ri tish :4C<)1uni.t>i?i\was: i'orr  ; ytb.yfiurp^aes of theal-ovo 4iiL, fiif^ca mXh a������ra BosU  :������������������.-Districts, viz.?. 'Afifi'AAAfi fifi  '"':  '���������������������������'  TbciCaribtKi^Diftrlot.  -     - ---    -  *Tlio iMlooet Road Bistrlct.  ���������''The Tide Road'������islriot. .V''        "i  The Kooien ay Rna<l t OisfHet.  .    ;yWilliamh-Lako'jPolliug,Diviaion~M3. F. Pope,.Esq.  Lillooet District. ���������-      y; ������������������:.:.'������������������  Canoe Creek .and,Clinton Polling Divisions���������C. E;  jpope, Esq.- ,    '> -       _  ��������� Lillooet Polling'Division���������A; W: Smith,'Esq;  -  yXuc-District . fifiAi       fit '    '   '  Okanaean Polltng'DiviMori^iyA'^eTaon,"Esq.!  .  Bu'iv-EBq.':i. ��������� .,,....... .   w ,���������-��������� ���������  -tv-- ,  iYalo and HopePoPingDiviatons-r-Wit$yima;fiEm!'������  KooT'iMfay District. : fifi" fifiy; Afiy-yfifi ���������  Wild H<������rsiv Perry.&<*!&} and Freacb Xlreel^Poiling  DtviHions���������C.,Boc������th.E������a.������ t,{/    ,   v ./. vVi|    *r   ���������  ��������� New WESTM1.VST..B'DisTRicr.v   . (t- -   ^.-V * '���������. ?.-, 1,4  Ciiilllwliack, Eangl^yjiNaiV- jWestmlnstoiv Burrard  lnl������t, nnd NorthVArmyPolling Divj,siqn^fi;;H.Ed:  m^Es\y ';--   ' ;   .  ;;/-';     fy    ;-,      ;,"  H." V. EdiiiondB;'Esq'./ '   !!     J   "  '   '   1   'fi'fi  '���������'   '���������'���������'   ��������� JBy command.      v. ������������������-.��������������� '      ���������.-',* ���������"---  ���������    -,.. jry '��������� .-.-- y'!r-M, v^JOHN-ASK,^yj-:v:-v���������  :  .'���������      -.   >f*.     w I -   ��������� Provincial S.^cretor^.  Victoria, April. 4tb; 1873.    ,, ,       , ���������, >P^ .'U ,  V.PRQQL^M  [L.k]    ' JOSEPH V TRUTCH.  ..-.'.-  yci^  /fG^NAr^l:  ! :PROVINCB OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.y  mGT(Am\fi by the Grace of ( God: of 'the  1 ' United'Kinpdnnr,of Great Britain ahd'Ire  ' lan^.' Qhi.fv DeYen^r of th^ Faith.&c��������� &H  {To'airto'whein, these'-presents bhall. cfeme,-^'  Gbketing. "       ! ��������� " ,!  "*,' :' ;:,;,^..: f^'Liy-!������   .f':y   ^'-">: ;:';��������� ,y"< ������������������ ;,,���������... 1'.- ���������' t-yfi  iyy ���������vji; -������������������ ���������.'-'.:.  .,  ^A; BROCLAMATION.  v:yv c;  GENERAL ORDER.  TkTQTICE 13 hereby ^ gi/en ��������� i that the Supreme Court  Jl will sit in Banc, for the hearing nf all motions,  arg'imcnlp, appeals, and other matters coming la-foro  tirj Court- In Dane, at theSuprome Court Koun.yin the  City'of Victoria, for.the (oilowlng terms, on tho days  li r!������io.Uti.'r ttK'niioii^d, nainety: ..  y> *r HIlary Term from the 15th to 25th Fobrunry;.  F-r K:tHterTerm from tlie 16th to25th April;  For Michaelmas Tenn'from the 15 th to25Ui* November j  Tbero will be no sitting In Banc in. Trinity Term.   ;  In case any of the days pf the dates n-imi'd for the  beginning or ending, of tho- Terms' should full oa a  Siinnay or Public Holiday, the-n the Term will begin  or end on the next following day. .  ^-, ���������"'���������( MATT T BKOBIE, C.J.  Ils   \ ��������� -.JHfiSKYP.I'EIXKWORBASEi-J--  ,1^.-1 (J. HAMILTON -OKAY, J.  l)a'tcdVitaoifat.&niiary;^ib/ia7a. mvS&k ,  IX. ACCOUNTS DUE TQ THJE  -sw������������v  if not paid on or beroro the FIRST OF .1 UN is 'nert,  will bo-su-'il for     ..,'���������'.:   -:������'������������������������   :  30B.S L. COODSilN.  Barkt-rvilie, March 15,-187v3. mrlfi'  Geo. A, Walkem. [WHEREAS bv Section  ; Attorney General., j\ ?2 of>,Th!e Road Ex-  Wh^ion' Act/1873;'i it is! prorided, that the  LieuJenant'Governprin^Council may, Hy.-Pfp^  ;cjam������lJonTcta1tt^^^  tfie Mainland ^ of. Pri fcishY C^lmnbiay J nto' aRos(d'  District'or"'Districts;' with -; siibli/bouhdariea as  he shall think fit:'v  '���������''���������   : "','"'  ] ��������� And whereas the Honorarj/le wJoseph Wife  LiAV -'TRuyrpir^as such* Lieutenan feGo^ernor in  Council as aforesaid;/under and by /virtue of  the poweraiand>anthori ties? conlerred upon  him in Con noil aa aforesaid y and-of all other  powers and ^author i ties ;Jiira in that behalf  (enablibg.^ hath ^ordered that therRoad pis-  !trieta.JiereiiiiiJtei: mentipneil ahe? created;:   ::  NOW KNOW YE; that We do hereby ere-  atfjfthe.-,following ?Road Districts- on ihe Af ain-  landvOiBriti^h:Cplumb|a,ifcliat is to say: ,;,-./  ; 1;, THE CARIBOO ROAD DISTRICT,  which/shall:includ> a/11/Jhal/tract ofylandiyin^  ri ii d ed in: the Cariboo Dis trict, as set; forth in  the'Schediile*-to!M Th������ Constitution Act; 187J.?'  - &&iim"Ah^^ DISTRICT,  which shall include all that^'-(rant ol Hand -in-:  . cl ii ded in' the /Iii II nnat -District, as set for th <i n  :iheScfee4nle.to;)vTheCohstitiitionvAc^  Is. THE YALE ElOAD DISTRICT, which  shall/include toll that,tract of' land included  in the��������� Yale ��������� District, as .set f orth in; .the Scheduled" The Constitution Acj, 1871" v/  4; THE KOOTEN A Y RO AD DISTRICT*  which "shall include all'that tract of land in-  eluded in the Ftootdnay District, as set forth  ih the Schedule to -Ai-Tfie Constitution Act,  1871." .  ���������   5. THE NEW WESTMINSTER and COAST  ROAD DISTRICTS, which shall include all  that, tract of land included in the New Went-  mi hater- and Coant Districts, as set forth in the  Schedule to "The Constitution Act, 1871.V  In ' Tkstimoxy Whkukof, we hu ve caused  ��������� these Our - Letters to be made Patent, and  the Great Seal,of the Province ot British  , Columbia- to.;be hereunto affixed :  Wit-  'yfi. Nkbs,  tbe  Honorable  Joski*h Wxluam-  :Thotch,.Lieutenant Governor of the said  Province of British Columbia, in the City  of. Victoria, in the said Province, this  Fourth day of March, in the year of Our  Lord One Thousand eiqrht hundred and  seven ty-three, and in the thirty-sixth year  of Our Reign. :  By command.     ,���������...���������,:  JOHN ASH,  Provincial Secretary.      uar22 4m  VICTORIA, by the Grace* of God, of. the  . United Kingdom- of Great Britain and Ire-  . land. Qubkn, Defender/of tbeFaith;&c.v&<5;  To all to whr.m these presents shall come���������  gheetino. ���������     y:'y'r>'ifi y'fififi'fiAi  fi. yyfiyjypii^^  Gko. A.vWamhmM WHEREAS it is pro-  -Attorney-GeneraU f    vided by Section ^Lof  !' -The County Courts Extension-Act; 1873;?  that  "The Mining Court constituted under.  '��������� 'The Gold  Mi'dnc Ordinance. r867vshnll  Mhos and is hereby merged in- the.County  "Court; and every Coiinty Court Judge of  ���������' British Columbia shall have andbe.pos  ���������* sessed of the same jiirisdiction.pbwers, and  " anthovities. as those had and exercised by  "the Gold Commissioners appointed, acting  ���������l and presiding: as Judges of the said Mining  ���������'CConrt; and "ail   pioCdedings^ thereunder  *i shall'be-had- and t liken in ae'eordahee with  '��������� the provisions of ������ The Gold Minin^Ordin  " ancej 1867,? and 'TheGold Mining-Amend-  <��������� inent Act, 1872/" :-..'���������       A     "���������'������������������ "' fi"-  y And* whereas aprpvisoia inserted: that tlie  Aot should only hare full force arid effect iii  sucli portions/of the'Province m> the Lieut.  Governor -in/Counci I mighty from time to.time,-  by Proclamation order. *''    fi>  ���������And whereas it is expedient'that.. the .said  Act should have: full force and effect in- the  Electoral District of Cariboo, except that p/������r  tioii thereof known .as lhe: Omineca'-.Polling  Division, and in the .Electoral District-.��������� bf  Kootenuy: i    ;.      ^ -'������������������������������������       ������������������'.-."���������'.  . >NO.W. KNOW YE -that We; dp? order and  pr "-claim that- '���������The.Comity Courts/Extension  iAct, 1573."\shalL from nnd after the date  ���������hereof, tiave. full force and effect in thnRlec-:  Itoral District ot Cariboo, except that portion:  ihereof .known as: -the.. Oniuieca.ylVllinir -!>i.  vision^andin!, the .Electoral DwtricMrf, Kpiite^  .nay.:./;;fiy.,;'-,:,y,; y,fy fi.fia ������������������;.;.,;.fi:fii "fififiyfiiy, f.-.yfi  In Tkstimoky Wu^kkof, We Ji.ave canse/1;  i* fifi these'Our,Lettersjb he.ipacte^Patent,. and  (,.fthe Great SeaV off the Province of s6nnsli  , /Cohimbia to he Hereunto! affixed,:,,'..Wr;r:  . ness.! tlie- Honorable  J.oskpu  WiUiiAH  Tuutch. Lieutenant-Governor of the said  'fi   Pro vince of .-British Colnmbta, in tlie City  * ,:of''VJctoria.r/in tlie" sai.d'J<.Ero.vinc.e. this  :,, Fourth.dEiy ,of .March, in. the' yea)k pLOj/r  ;! Lord/Onevjhpusiimd eipffit- linriidrejd, aii(|;  !   :seventyjthree.;and in =-,tbe;thw;ty-si^th yPM  of Our Reign,     fi.fi'        <      \ ,,j:y  By command. ,4;fiy fivfi':fi;>- Ay'vAfifiA^n  vi-   JTQHN ASHv       Al"- fifirfiyfififikyfi  ,lt-    Pro vi ncial Secreta ry, f > v- m r-22 4m  Joskph Ropki!t.o/Bpq., forGomox District.  Hknht V. Edmonds, Esq.; for New Westminster. District. > v ' fi   ft r &.-.* y \     r . r  iR;. Ai Babw" 4 F3s^.j-for������Pbrt: vEssineton. : -���������;,  Bknja ' in P. Gkiffin, Esq., for Yale District. ;  ; fi'fi.��������� yfifi-������������������^:u\^������    .   -  Tnos. R. Biiib, Esq- for Lytton District.  aJohVBoyd! Esq!! tor Kamloops. District.  Alkxanokb Roim, Esq.;:for Nicola District.  CharlksE. Popb, S.SQ.,- for^Lillooet District; ������������������������������������-!-! -������������������:-.;; ���������'������������������' '���������'��������� fi'fifiyfii-fi-   ���������  rj-  Edward Tynojj, Esq.." for Lillooet District  '* GKOROBBi-KNKS.15sQ, for Cariboo!District  fi Corkklics -Booth/ Esq.; for Kooteuay Dis-:  tnct;-^ ���������^-i-i /:"-:.-: :i������-i' vfi> yl: fiyfi, ���������������������������;  ...- j.! By command, .-'/��������� * .  ���������<���������-���������' :���������.������������������.���������  .fififi, fififififi  A : /JOHN ASH*/ ��������� v ;--  ymrt% 3m������������������-��������� ���������������   fixfi-ixProvincial SecTelary;  " The, Regis tr .a tion of  Births, Deaths arid Marriages Ao^;la72^ '"���������"'"  fifi*-fit. fifi.fi # O TIO:E;,-     (r fifi^A   ���������  PUBLIC tNOTICE- l������������-lirrebv {,'iven. that.from nnd:-  after the 1st <Uy of Sepiemliyr next, all flirths,-  Deaths iinil"Mnrrla(aa within the PniVJiicn or Brislsh  Coluinh'laare'lo t>������ Ri'gif-tifrefl uniU������r the provisions of  "Tlie R-plstnitlon nf- Birth?, Doaths an������t Marrbgcs.  Act;.\1872,������, at' tli������ Ofltoe of the Dip trict Reg 1*1 mr at  the District wherein tlm ������iin������������ rcspvctlvdy shaH-.iako  place, iuul'wjtliin the times following./tliat is to Bay  .,< .'���������,'���������'���������" 1 ���������.���������'���������'���������'���������'.'-. ���������    ���������'.        ���������    '"'  .'-> 1'���������'.-.--   .-"���������'..-  BIRTHS���������Wltiihi 60 <tays from the '|ote. thereof.:; y-{  ��������� I) E ATHS���������Wi t-li in rfO day s after 10 term cat' *  MARKlAGKS-^Witliina90;days from the date thereof.  Every, HonsuhoMt-r. Head ,of a Fj< mlly. Clvrtryman,  Physician,,iir otli������ir penaai ������r p������T*-i.np,' r������tjuire������' l������y the,  sail Act fo'repnrt'niriliF, P-nlhs 5<n-1 Marrhigef-,'who  relumes, or wil.utlv 11.jl'Iccis* to tin so,,wSttiin;tti.e tinu:8.  iK'h.r" niMnettj,will;l������e Ita.idi* to.a p-n:������liy for.wicli'iin'l  cvi;rv olti'hfto of not Vs.*;ili:������iiyKivc*Pulliirs'or m������rc%  tl iii n T weri t v pohars, t������' be rijpi* vi r������ ���������>! wit if c *ifi' I'������,  fi*r.'finy?.T������iV:ilcr'oi' the'Peaceiiaviii}:'juris hction witlun  the. hic-tliiy* where any such oIIbuco ..ia' 'pjuipntiiCUf.il;  against thesai'l Act. ..- -(. ,. <'......    ,.    ...  '���������'*������������������/���������:        By command.'; .     '..'..'.-.:  ���������;: :*    All. B. W. A1KMAV,  vs-   v       I fifi'  W     . ; Registrar General.-  ��������� Land Registry Oflice,. , .- V:  ��������� A       ��������� .;.    ., ;���������   A  aa": Aug.:-3i1.i������i:;.> ,-���������������>./;    ,   .v... ,��������� .8vH.  CAMADIiN P i CIF i C R4ILR0A3  " !'" 'fifififi AAA fi .  AX  J^MES'{"HETB'  iw.-j.  'infrii.  yyfiAfifi^fiji^p^  PUOVIKCTAL 'RmirTBTArVs OfVlCBy  y:.: ,-4lb.Marc^lS73.  ' His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor  has'bbefapIeaVNl to make Ibe iifflhf^fititv&p:.  poihtmentaHiriaer-(TheS  RictiARn "VV*< )ons< Wkfifo r Van ec0$y; Isi and;  - ;Hkxry Y.* Edmonds,-Bs(i'./-rpr.i tbe' City ; of  JJe w ��������� Westnii ns ter.''.! ���������.,_   '.  ���������.- = ���������.-. ���������   / ::4 ?.,, '���������..- ;  Gbokois>;Btrnk.s. Mj:. for,CirIboo>-;.-.v! J!  ���������:   *     , By commamli'   '.'.,''���������.      ��������� / --   fi  fiy !:'*7 -;;���������'��������� A- \ ;$o^fi&myifiyfifififi yfi;  ��������� -'.'"fi fi- y.!'Pr^vmclal^cr^tary;  :��������� ?*������ i.-.. -. '--r'w,f KAA.,. i<-;; fifi j ; -   ���������> ismy'iyA'  ;?i -ifi:  A 'fi- febvi*<cr^-SKettktARt's*Omc^;  '���������fiyy-Ayy    fi    4th HaiVh;187&>-a v-'���������>'  '��������� His Excellency tbe^Lientenant;Governor  has been ' pleasf*<1"to!!'; ������PP^fc!?-?$}&]Sltm  Mason? Eso!.; tb^be5.Deputy JRejn-ftrar' of; tlife  o...,l t^itxjcjvirt"ox* British/1 G?o;lurnbia:.' '0-?!;;/Vv'  /'By"command^''fiAA fiyfifi���������[���������- yy  fifi'" /^OHNi^SHi-^'^-^'^^v-  / 'fifi. >Proyinciai Secretary^  ;   Provinciate Skcrktaby's Office,  4th Mai-cb, 1873:  His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor  has been pleased to appoint \V*. C. Bkkkklky.  Kst*j.,.to lie Audit Clerk for the Province of  British Go In ni bi a. .A. -  By comma nd,  JOHN ASHi!  Provincial Secretary.  i  Where you "can get 'supplied with tb������  '"'"':::':      l articln of  'beat  Su  Extra & Superfine Flour,  Liiiooat Beaiis^ 1872,: ;  Chicago Ba^oil,  And a -'general assortment of Groceries at1  prices that will delj> competition,  ;!.;;���������;,,'-/. W| . ;.,v.-,..-, ...... .. JAS, KfilD^;'/  ;Te22 2b '  , ,     t.r.,     Cu,iiimis������ioii' .Agent  yl,.;.. ".'. ,..t/Otlebrnted/ ���������./_-  WORSES TER SHIRE   8AUCI  ���������-;. DcelaredljyOonnolBseurhtohe   ; ,/ >������������������  -     THE  ONLY ''GOOD'' SAUCE, /v  , PrOVIXOIA h S BCItBTARY?8 OFP'rCK,  . ,. . :4tbKlarch,fX87jJ../; !!,:!'  His Excellency the Lieutenant Governor  has been pleased to appoint .the; following:  gentlemen to be Assessors -and Collectors under and to cany out tbe provisions qf ''Tlie  Land Tax Act.: 187^:��������� -ifi- , ; .',-..  Riotuui) Woods, EsQ.i for Victoria .District;  Esquimult and Metcbosin District. Esqiiimnlt.  Town District, and Lake; and Saanlc'h Districts, ,. '"       "fifififi -fifi   fifi ifi        ��������� ������������������'���������'���������;-..  ���������VVillum Stewart, Esq., for Nanaimo f)is  trict.-. .     fifi fi-   A'   'fi rfi'  John Miirlby, Esq., for Cowicban arid Salt  Spring Island Dia trie te. ���������     ;-  ��������� ������������������ Caution against Fraud.���������Tlie successor thto  most <t oil ai oils anil titirlviilloil Cundlinent: having  buisi''! certain dealt're to apply tlie uanirol4- Wnrct*-.  ti'rslun* Sauce'' to tliolrown interioroou.pouml?, the  public is hereby hifriru'i.ed ihattlit only way to procure the gen ������lnc, is tli; / '  ASK  FOB  L������A  ic  PERKINS'   SAUCE  and to scq th a t tii el r. n n m es are upon, the wbawkr  LABKt,a,BToi'i������i:K1aiit! iiornj-i, ; *"! *  . Sinn etil t he fa re ipir ni'-ir-ki: t s: h a v tjig b cons ������ p'lilled'  w if tli a, sp 1* rl6 us 'Wwetmifirsh \ ri-ga 11 c e'. u jjori tin- wrap ���������'  per anil labels of vvhloh the names oil,'-a aiid Perriiia  havo been foiled, h. and 1������. give nutlet-that.tln-y .  have Iurnished their oorrespnnil'-iiiis with power ������l  a I torn ey to1 t ak e ins ta 111 p r < ice ed S rics 'ago i n" s t MA n.C-  ACTURKRsaiul VK.Mxui8oi such, or������n*f otherlinitJf-  onsky whIch th0irrIgh l ma y li 0 infr 1 ngod.   ..,.;..' y *-.  AskfOr-LEA & PERKINS' Sauce and see  Name on Wrapper, Label, .Bottle;>'ana,���������:  ��������� Stopper.   m  -..- -,.,.-;  ������Vholcfiu)e and for export hy theProprletiirs,'Worcester jQrosseanil Blael{Wcll|}.end()ii.,&i,.,,|KC.> .  b^ drocur^andOilui'vii unlvorally  S*r^-������"  ,i i*  p-f.  i  c  y.y.  ym  fiAs'fit  1 SS3XI  >���������:>: >  RJ    ym  fi'fifiZi  ���������������������������'���������;;t  ���������fifirA  ���������Jr{/:.  ���������1  iii.-.i'''*  ','    '  I  y^v,  mm  'mm ^f  Ni "  WSlm  mm vr  W -'[  3  S������  lv*^SfH   -

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