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The Cariboo Sentinel May 8, 1875

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Subscription, r.^' 25GeutBo������rW������ekV  RATES,:OF;:Ap.VRRTISING.  j ,  ^ For>ne ao.tiArd(oneinch)>flminseriton, '������������������������}$ 3  '':u:.viOaeinenMi^u������:n^:'-  f fro rT������ro*iaar������sy firs tinsettloni '0���������'������������������.���������*.i*.-v'i  1V .th,e map>horoofhasten.: forwarded^toyihe office.of  ** .*4'.,-'������' '*v"- ��������� ;" *,    one month, -' *  A .-. - , v y *   < J3 C^Hnjiwaj Commissioner, Osoyooft r    ������*-      r      '  v  Alg aiita. ror^b ��������� * ���������. G*.rib a o S ���������nti*ael.l������;  Jtivi Jfln.kl6v:r. -..'��������� > ^;*:^^.;.  .<ittesneim6uthV-:yV. >' yy*  . & 6 ds Creole fifi. fiyfi, ���������; v:'-- ���������"������  ��������� Cl i ntonf;��������� V t: fififiA*Afi\.  Yn ie * \A'. v-^ .* t ;-; ; v' -' ,- ������������������; *  N������w W������sstmlnat������fy : John Murray  Victoria,,., ���������;'fifi. %-:   ,��������������� **��������� #w*.?..-,���������/Mr Shakespeare  tl 'street, fi*fi.������������������*'.��������� ;*: '-������������������.'*ySOrjornhlli.tendon* $4$  *\fe" mfi: ^Lindsay,  BaToard������'?F;xpr>ss  Ba r nard > t> Sxprcss  ifif: ^j-wrdy Express  <:: ,'d;o'Vv  &-������������������.���������**���������*  do  TttJS ������AftIBOO;SENTWEL  "Vfi  ^ard8tnircutar8.Poiiter^and Programmes for  " ':*i;p>rr^nlSrtft^ menta fi' '{fi  vvINlTOWNSKTP HO. 9;  OSOrOOS DIVISION OF YALE DISTRICT  NCTICB' T$: HKBEB?. GtVEK,'. in accordflncoywiUv:  v ihe^>rotis(pjB������ o8| ib.e ^Lahjd UetUlW*,"'that the  foUowirig lands 'situate in. tlioOs6y������os.p������vision /of  Yale. District have -been' ������uhd! videtl. by survey:! and  '='������������������ " Township-No..1������;; > t "  ;��������� ; '���������  9ection 10^20/31;^; i^, 24^-2������, 20v2T, 23, 29,.30,' fli  , t ;JI2, 33/a4. 35������ and 30     ���������'; ..;���������'       vv  And tba t claimants of any port ion of this land who  have ;uot\Obta.Joe'd^*^rr|G'r!in is t!icrooft&li������*u.J tl proyV  'ijioir cialnis in accord anck; with tCluusol21 ��������� liuicl Aci^  1874.   ' '"'"':'   '  ^'    "' AAA'-- "' -fi fiyfi  y,_Eorms of proof nnd dcwhirMions^can baobiairfod a I  uw.Otltoevoi,the Coihmia^i^T:r70'loyfi''i5r"v"; . -:- : >  A A Afi,.,, ���������,, y ...- , ^ y: -ko 15 liUt BEA VEN.Si yn :���������' .  rifi^:ti\:s .fi vCbirif CoinniiSFifin'rot I.an,������s una AV^^rliC  y JTjin'li and^orkB^Dt'D^rtracht, . ���������   fi   <;-fifi.  .., ^^Viotori^, April ;*, 1S7&. .    ���������." fifi fifi  ap2  jp&*]S t)pcu|e d w i th n ea tn esVan d ff ispat <h i^pgf  NOTICE W CLMIi STS; OF LMB:  V      NEW WK3TMlSsTEit DlSTmCT.  'fNEW;;,AT>yRRTTSBMWTS-'  '?: )-,-r  LiliS ,i  ROM������  ;(���������   TgCTTTCFl'TS-H^KBrQtVEN:tliaT*l������  11    *ons, within thp f   ^ ���������?,������"     f-ffi    A-  '���������"' KRITftV,EYSfri3Efe^ DmsiOK  of timtJiinSoontstrlcii^ who "are liable-  , . %i;:6y>%iidTJiT^rah-^car A875 has-baoiUMwated.ai:  ���������v   ^%veffeinV Offlc^fifts rtf OJiolnel. '      \       1  .U:>^^'^r;^',rY';^  . Forks of Quc3nelv'Jan. 1,1875:  ',   ���������'A^^fi^r^fi^l.fifi *��������� fif 'iy% ffiZ^-A*iAnifi   "  Vs  ^ngyh  .HASOK HAND  f   *   v-.v  OTELfc^^TmSTQCtOF ,  It'.'t     )''ffi]'.S.fi ��������� if'.*',?,'  k M:PROPRIETm  CCIE ALQ^O -WITH YOUBiGAJSIl. >  ; ' ir AND GET iAnpAINS.' '-^  " "'      ' -> !T   '/������������������'' niv9v  ���������'���������  ift1&e11hannfaetnredRnd^W>*fJ������^  t,auS-.it������;piirUy^:n^:-fUi;'f-r%'   ',*���������:���������>' ���������.���������_*������ - - ?   i  The'^oiiginL  vUfbi alw-av 1 carefuUy;> attended to. anMjji V������*<"  iiodB and aco ihiiiibdation^ proyicled foy theit ? e������H'  itoiDRw vv.;y,,;^ ���������,^v--; .v.^:'^^-   : ^^-  ���������,;:  fall 0>:-1   ytP^'Vr'lP^OU?...d^t^"fe1 T>*:vv..    ' rey il"  Vf OTICE lS HfKRlEB\y'GIVEN that i List of all par  ' i^l: sons .w.JtWn<:i-hf',| :.y"A: fir .vAi*,:  -   J:v'Livif.orvET mvraia^  *������������������������������������  of the T,ilioo-��������� I ^isiric,, wtlifi.njv^ $\fi to.pay;Jtoad Tax  tor; the ycUr 1875,can be*cen ty n\y *$*&���������$&)������* ': yy  ' fififififififiAyfi-fifi   'fi*.fififi .y\ Ai Wf SMTTiT.   ' fififi.  :���������'��������� -.y \.. fi-'1    .fi-fififiA ���������;.. -.(.Assessor ^uaicollector.- ;'  ��������� > LnioMtl Jan^O, 1S7)>:��������� -;|'^| ^.. Jg '���������"% ,. ' ?   ^=  \'v':.:.y'V;.yRUBufe -.,  'IJOTP-JR IR'KRftEiBV ^IVisrflhat'a List'or all; per-  ! i    san j* wi thin. ttin;1)ikt-ricl <ir n.Umton .* n-l. Willi���������������'inn���������  , t&lrn'.IHvision rt* the ���������arib^o -nistrict whn a.r'e; tfahl*  t<������ p:ir Road T..x f".r the year 1875 hid beun posted>i;  ������������������ f ������he;'(bll/iwintr;ph'*jes::y-';;v: fifi fififi fi": Q.yy). Afi. 'fi * -  0*ttrt.-Wf������n5<*, (-Untftn.. . .- .,  ��������� 'Wr..;Yut,ies*1-Svi'i!arr'.wte;- Afi'lA'fi fifi  ���������  ''   Post .OHIO*. 150 Mil ��������� H >usa.  Pusi Offlc-.i, I)jtf Crock. ������������������  Oilato*. J������i7 ft.  PUBLIC   NOTICE. \  "VTOttCK U^ HKKEBV GIVRK that a" Mst bf all p������r-  1\   s^ins witliin Ui������ RichfMd, I,igltthiug;'ahd Quos  iDidmoutn 1'oliing Divisions of the- Cariboo rDistrict  who ar.o liable to p-ty > ftn&il Tax -Tor the your 1875  cau be s't,*,n at thn'foilnwing places:. ������������������  '' 'Court Housed RichQehi..  ....  T< 1 ��������� ������e r. iph O'lflci*; VUuWi nkle.  r.j3t Offlce, .Qinsnelmpnttu  ������������������ JAMESIUNDRAT.  A.fi '       ���������'    .?.-���������*' 'iCollootor.  .." .!*,������<?���������ssJUftt.^*.-.*^.ta?������. -   - - ���������   u  '���������^->-Fh^lib%otf6e';r:'  (jOTICE IS 1II5KEUV GIVES THAT''TUB  LaSBSW'THE Mti, WMfiilKStER  DISTRICT-  nffered for snjo by Public Auction on the 8th March  and unsold, are now open for ba\u at the 'rate of  ONE DOLLAR PER ACRE,      : 4;  on the foHowing terms, viz.:  A deposit of 50 cents  t    p"r acre to be paid on application, anJ tbe balance itV  involve months..  '-������������������ ���������'���������*'' ������������������-���������������������������        t ROBERT BEAVKN",  Chief Oommissionvr of l/t&is and Works.  -.r, 3v\n 1s and WVrfcs pt'������p,irtm ^nt,    ,t   . ������-,*.,"  Vie*ori*, M^re������i 38,187&,  -''-foods ani Wurksip^p^rtmcu^- i'ilL ������^*^u   } :. .  ;;, . Viotori ij Sd: Aprii VS76: s-v- ;?i.   y - ap24^^  i-'HW' <"'<i  Non"ieEA  ,.e y-  -������������������....  .-... ,-..::Afifi'yyfiyyAfi  _ t /(|uccassqrs to!),. Kur>a^vOo.,J;  * V .'IlteORTBBS:AKD^DEALERS IH, ������������������  ,,..rJ .���������������������������,���������!: -n. r5:,ySfy 5;i^'::^^^-^ . 'i^-'.>'*��������� Miayj  tiSjL-^s^i* yvl. j^K-iB^*'];-:^  '"���������*'-. '���������      : ������������������ ���������':���������   ��������� ������������������ ��������������������������������������������� :��������������������������������������������� -<J' i-   .-..'.jfi'V:  ^WIM^^^-^^^^Sl^  &; i^lEia^SSiSS^ fwjbl  fi.fififiU fifiA, m:^W;sa^fi\ififi������^ &tit'  ^t^^^t#|^fuf;t1  '���������'".- 'fi:"��������� 5-.������������������",���������/���������'>'������������������������������������'.'���������".���������:������������������ *. . ��������� :���������:v->..'.'-������������������ i-i���������:���������-.. - - ��������� -v*.-".'������������������'-���������!��������������������������� v-.-.-���������������������������-��������� :.'������������������-���������:-. -+������������������..^C;; j������������������  liisT*   fir.syyyfiyyfi.:\irzfi~s)iX yjil-Wy}:A'y fifi;*  -.yv  Vf OTIGB 13 HEREBY/GiVEM.-ibaVthe reservation  ril>- j������ld)ana iatyliie -.Kewr,Wi.,stininstvr -Disviict; uirtei  'istli July; '45ill,July; an I ^i Wjrffnahvr, J.S71, so fat  '���������ts ai ppiicaOl-'. to, Jan"; i i nel tided vy U h ih the i������ui ail a r i e������*  Sf:T*ivuShlii^VKo^U'jV iiu?Ju;ing AV'vJstham,  rnUiiryi; .auu;i>edn -I^au}^, :'ui<>ck: 3:;Nt>rUL,^R;mge -c  \Vcs^:\^hU'-tite''lHdclt':o;f:' liunU eiiiuto, between liot-  \ Chief Co'himisi-iuu .* Liihua ana Vf cries i  Liri.U'-ahil !W'ivkj������: i>'; pari men t,   ���������'���������  viotcrsi^A^%*i**a?Tj wt*'. ;-'.: ( . A >:���������&{  TIUDDEUS IIAUPKR,  Cliatou.  No more ���������o!d Feet!  LADU^ AOniLDaEH'S WINTER BOOTS  GENTS,  LADIES' &. CUILDRi^rS UUJi-  .   :\mi OVKRSUUES.  -'  TWEED   WATKRI'UOOF   CLOTH    FOl:  LADIES' DRESSES.  CHILDREN'S MITTS & GLOVES.  LADIES'    HOODS  &   CLOUDS,   BLACK  VELVET UATS, I10SE, &c, &c,|  ������ will' during the winter receive other Goodf  ��������� selected tiom the boel Houses in Victoria.  ^f* All orders   Iroia  ortilyln*   districts  'fvrSn'ptty  aUeuded   to  and thtinklully re-  e������ivHfl.  All the above C4oods Ckeap  (     .  for "Cash.  Sftf^tiTtSle, Pes." ^.  ypr All. Gooils of: the Best Qualitr^aod t hi ���������-. thif  lioVQ 31; -Prices; -: *... ~ ���������   ,.' *������ ': li''v '1:"r" J ��������� * * V' ���������"l'? *''  . B^rfeervUl v May ^. -������������������ is ' - <*     .m*.   .*.������lnv$ 8m;'  o^yirras^OTj^ SEE HIM,  1   and got as jnucb comfort^ ;,thex:tnner{im������.a; k������  ^nyJothSniinxah7|>r6viLd^fqr'the, saine aniottat  ycusliln'tlieshape of i^' ' fi "fifi '   *    ' k,"  %   .  fifiyfiyy > V���������' -}..t 5"������ ���������*    ��������� '    N-    '   'fi   fi %  ^^ B*,:V.  taw"  ������Ahd- SKIING '���������iAGHTK^^woric^^evely^leactlptle*  tiyiil'ihe jdoucjat the shortest Notice ai,>,reai6nithle''  ���������*to*f*i ���������.* .< ^- i.v - ���������^:.'- - ;^rf';:!tivr -������������������'  -R6T  "      /      t,    FRANKVrPERRETT.  >,Vhere there are still' pie  ;    ���������. ���������; ������������������������������������.:.). [i '. fi "British'Columbia)' y' yfi fi- '- :. s'-������  SLOURJ      '-'   ' >   a    "A-fifiyfi���������Ay    '-, fit  fi:y y-:    LILLOOET BEANS'lof-1873, y i u  And othir Tr.fm Troduce, at TERY LOW RATESii  I Also, a general assortment of  GROCERIES; 'r/C^,:v'':----.-'^;  ";'   DtY   GOODS,      -������������������:���������:   ���������-;-,  I    BOOTS   &��������� SHOES,  HARDWARE and DRUGS.  g&p Corenissfon, Storage and Forwirdlng business  ilons at rcaohable rales'. -  my3 fii J as.   RFIO.  ,pt^paT.������tlitoKilumi8h.  fi*fiyK&AfifijW^^^  . ^ofevnrHE;';BESf   QUALlTYi  K������i'rt-Al'4! ,W-"Vv;i' '"'���������=���������:-:������������������< y'-.-;   "A;  -fi fiy-y.y  $rTdiflfe'*BA"J&Ujfurnished- wllb the finest  'tfmpmwm^yfi yry fifiy v-}: fit  I'BAKMY  AT T������K������������������J  T  IW  tS-"  \LIGHTNING   CREEK, -.  Keep bn hand every tiling  BEoko in imffls;c; a������;-  Stanley; ���������. lightning creek.  "plto above Restaurant is now Openad a|  I.   the tip p it ��������� cad ui' to w u, w he r-> Boa rd c*n be h*4  iiy tbP wc-fcor single meals.   A tine Saloon ia sis*  attached,suunliadwUh     ";' " '.      < ��������� .  Tlie test Lic[iiors & -Cigars,  FRESH,BBSAD,:  PIES  and Cakes daily.    <  >o28 3m JOHN MAHER.  s\  *5  SiNCOCK  mg������3 s������ llbarklty ojctended <o fSte old nrm  AVING- ADPF,n   A  GOOD STABLE TO  H al f- Way House ^ is no vv j irefwre d' to ofier g' e '(*  4fi������enna'KSatiims to Teiroster*.    A supply of.in*  a.ud  Hay will always be kept on hand and saiti ^  reasonable rates, - .������������������-''���������  Tbe Bar I* 9^������l^ wi'MH^e hfM TFtoffs, .&&&*$''���������  ���������wMnma^mmmtwmmmawsftmxi ifev  '"���������fi:fi  wfimy  fiyfififiy:--..;  V  fi ry^HjAnilTO^H^El  ^^i������vl/ ';,g^1'u^i)A^Vj^^--sy uxs.  -���������'  ������������������-���������  '  ;     i;MK WORK OF THE'SESSiON^"-  ��������� .*   *' '-'-���������- *- '.-*'-*      '*.--' ��������� ���������* *    - *���������- .*-',.-  ^V^V^.^Ailah elsewhere ' a list of ibe Sills  ^SS^^^no^ilfeeeraioQ of the Legislature  s*^:.^'ifPb:**rnM������"������te'Sl:������^-"ti������������-;:a2a April; bnt 10  -conat'qtience of noi: having been furnished  * -fi: lyith copies of the various Acf8, We must defer  yfi, r torom^nt: on their provisions uhlii Whave ari  .vpponutifyQf readingthern jn^ktenep.^ ,  ���������������������������;   ������������������:. The mosUiiiportant portion of"tbe vvork of  v. <Se s^eion/ however���������the Estimates for the  current year ^ fa'sfj; been  laid  before  the  y/ {^bhc.-.aiid.wetbinkitdaelotlie^niorinem-  ���������fifi fiber for Cariboo and'tlie Government which*  lie has bo ably led for the past two years, to  place oarecord the liberal manner ia which  Mi* district' has been treated. ���������    i  . ,;-First in-importance ������tri the list roust be  '    P^ced M Quesnel River Bridge, for whicb  $34,500 has been placed on the Esuaiateb  a   >Ve are aware that some disappointment has  been manifested because ibis bridge, whicb is  ? ,������eceesary Ia order to coraplet^oi/rjand com-  innnicatioa with the lower, counjry; was not  commenced lust summer as intended ; but the  ���������*ielay has.certainly resulted (o our ndvauta^  " ������'Sc^tsmtt^t^ br^;   , A ***** ^ at '** ���������*������" Ur which  $31,500. the contractor for the work' nr-  , rivedatQnesuelinputhby ������i is "week ^Express;  *ml will commence operations as soon as possible. The.time\specifiad in Ihecoatract^ for  ihe completion ofthe bridge is January, lW  .but ,h������ contractor bopes.lp have, it finished  by November of the present year.A   '  ; The necessary ..repairs to our- roads/ fcrails  *nd bridges have also been properly proVd* d  for; and il there is anything in tbeXp^of a  m;w road 0r trail that has been overlooked^  which , we ^p not think i8 th* case~it ia onr  owa fault, becau������e the wished-for impro^  wents were not a.ked for or- brought before  ^^^^^^^}^y la tn'isconnec  ^e*r^n.fortu$4^ tbpm ta  Tbss failure to inomre ijfto reited griev-  !?%$i:)4&y not/aVUe ' itomfifrfi apathy  on   the  part, .of ; the    peoplejbut-from  wftat we may perhaps term on of sensitive-  ness.   The late physician, wheoo the possession of ���������hts>altb and facultij bad given  satisfaction'in the,Performance ohia dtiiYes- j  but sickness came On him~a lorf lingering  Sickness, affecting hot only the tiy; but the  ni!nd;oc*casioriaUy--and tbe -piife ^ha^ not  the heart to take any steps Whrc^i^ht retard  the recovery or perhaps hasten n death" of  an old and faithful Wvanfc.        i' ���������':''.'  ��������� ?M ������*?*m of the.proper colhct of the  Hospital is one which affects eve] person in  the district,y Tbe beavj hand of ckness may  be laid; upon any of yus/ywithoutv moment's  notice.   No matter, how, robust ������may be at  present, no matter bow affinenfour circum-  stances, the time may;come wh������!we will be  robbed of both health' and ricjs, and   we  may have :;to;- seek refugo; wUfci its Wall������.  Therefore it ia,the duty of ever]one to! nne  his besfc endeavors; in seeing tlit this nec������s.  sary, institution  is so oianagedso supplied  with medical comforts-and assiJance, as to  NEW. AWBRTISRMSfrT3. v  y-iAfifiy. 'IZOTIGE^a���������,-.���������...['  DtrBrN'G- MY ABSE&CE FROH Cariboo  MR. I: B  VISR3R,.Agent or the lian*(tf'Britten  ^ Columbia, hold3. my Power of. Attorney. '.  ' -      '*     fifi  '���������"     -'fiV-.f'THOaiAS JR. PATTUFXO.  '  Barkerville, May, G, 1ST5;-v. ���������". 'v'. ���������;- _ny������ ltj  NSW   ApVBRTISSMBTS.  SU$A<  yNQTiQE.y _  Estate of Col^a ^HpMaan  agMrtst COHEX *: HOFFMAN, Mcrchaots, of  . ���������' BARKE2VILLE AN D QUESNELLI5, \  take" notice that said claims must be haided In to  the'undersigned vithifl ,ono. month from* this ������}it*t  otherwise they vrill not'been teruihod.  ������������������*���������*":'���������  :; ���������-.   ���������:���������;���������,��������� ;"���������-. thomas eatiIr, ���������  '��������� THOMAS h. BHIGOS,   .'  :    --. ������������������.-." 'Creditors*. Assignees 'to.'the '  EBtale of Cohen tt Hotoaij.  Victoria. B.C, Aptll 23d, 1975 my. '  BARKERVILLE, fi  APFMSSIl ^^ji^^to  '^ 4Sr.G<H>ds received and storedin^IRE-PRoOF  CSLLAH.:and liberal advances made on same g%  i-ttsonatno fates, ��������� ���������-A- ���������.-������������������ jnv i  /  UNT y   cx>unf  WIfJf- BE HELD AT. *  'Ruction,  fi...   K/I.'C fi FIBJf'?, ���������:,    ':<  syy.bea-vf^  By order.  was sent from Cariboo pray ing for repairs or  I hi pro yements: to  any p articular trai I ^-the  > fifi IJ ar yey. y Creek   and fifi A n tie r   t r ail���������and the  fi.. -VwisheB. of  the memorialists were complied  'witbt> and a su in of money pi aced on the JEsti  * to a tes for that pur pose. .'  fi,,   r���������������rive usual liberal yearly aliowaoceof $4000  * for that indispensable institution the Cariboo  Hospital.'$300 each for the Barkerville and  Lightning: Creek Fire Drijradrs. and $250 for  ���������';���������>; the IJaikervilk* Public Library appear on the  y/Estimares. It-vyill thus be seen that the Carl  boo district has been justly and liberally dealt  with, and in ieltirn therefor th$ thanfcs of the  community, are duo and will bo heartily ten-  deredto the Government.  It is perhups  unneeftswry to refer to the  fi"    factious, opposition  which --tfb. Government  * fififi received during, the: session ofw Legislature.  just iermiiiiifed at. the hands of a lew ignoble  meiK who. Judas like, are prepared to sell  . yy jbtH^  ;      p a J t iy office whiob -tbe Can ad ia h Vvem i������* r inay  .ybuve it-iu Ms power to giyelheua,^yliiemokt  notable of tiiesfvtraitors haW^tt:Jfl reported.  ������# fii Jately  received  bisy reward "of ** a suitable:  fifi fsituatiori ;": mul heaveiv grant iNbt the Cana-  dian Preihicr may speedily toke the rest of his  , 5 ;p ���������;. co- workers-in t o ihe; fLomi ii ion, service * i-By  5    doing   so   at   once?  they Hon.   Alexander  * * ;Mac!{enzie: will  only  be taking; time by the  ;    tprejock,: as .some   of these   worthies   are  certainly, .destined   to'become State   Pen-  fciouers. at no very distant day.   Happily, the  \- ^ndepiftuience of Parliament Act passed last  session will effectually prevent their anuoyim;  ttriy.fiifuro Provincial Government; and Mr  Wackei.zte will not be envied a mouopo.ly of  "      theirpeculiur talen's. "  TDE CARIBOO HOSPITAL.  ' - fi tfi-yi  -    Afi    ���������> v<y  -yy AymWm *  A II is no secret that!c6nsiderable''di3sat-iBfac-  t?on existed in this,comuiunjty with regard to  the conduct Of the Cariboo Hospital for a  several, monlhs previous ,-.to (lie decease  of the. fate physician in charge. It i*  true no formal-complaints against the man  agement were ev<������- inado to tlie anlhorities  nor was any altempt w.������r made by the people  to inquire ihro the (ruth  of the complaints  maa<.Rt>ar|oiis't!m6A!{k7(Uflbrent1iiilividiial8;'  ���������Iint  neverihelees,   tbe opinion  had   jralned  ground very generally that the Hospital   w*s  .4iot properly mmnged. end that the  pali^nls  m-fittcs, t#mni tboH medical comforts which  just to tho physician in charge'nor to the  patients who; may; -seek! >eit������f jtlisreiii; A  fixed.sum of four thousand dollas a year U  panted-, -by;, the. Legtsialuri i for = the  aidyof.the;:Ho8piia!, 'and /its; iisbnrsement  and- the management . of ..the institution  l^ft entirely in the hands of tie physician  in charge, who .may he' ofterijjustly or unjustly charged with conducting.the hospital  for his own; benefit, instead of that of his  patients. We do not think thai this sum is  sufficient to conduct tha Hospital properly  without the exercise, of aa economy which  must in many instances be prejudicial to' the  ^^^^iP^5fe;*^}^ nodoubt  about the insufficiency and quality of the"diet  which we have heard of. Sick people require  com forts which are only pro'urab le in. Ca4-  boo at.great expense, am! bread 'hd tea has no  doubt,been often given te.pallets ^n the score  of economy when a moro generous diet was  necessary.  >  An opportunity, however; will soon be af  forded to remedy the evils of the nresent svs  ten.. Government has determined that-'in  future the Hospital shull be placed under the  control of a Board of five members, two of  iyhom willsbe appointed by tbe Executive  arid the remaining three elected [or chosen by  the residents of the district. Tbe public will  thus have the selection of the physician, and  the working of the institution in their own  hands. This arrangement.should meet the  views bf the people, who will; nodoubt be  able to^select: from their ranks ihe : requisite  number of gentlemen willing: ii serve on; the  15 o a id,; an d sii: are w i ih -t he . p by fi ci an the responsibility of managing the h?)pital.  MR EDGARS CRED^j-lALS;    |    "  The Ilbn.-Mr Mackenzie's leteryto Lient.  Governor   . Triitcb,,1 pubiishe,d|-'Ya ;anotbor  column, furnishes-,a beautiful llustnition of  the Dominion 'Premier's peculiar talent.   Is It  possib! e to swal I ow Mr M ackenliu V s tatem e n t  that he did not know, until  bereceived  Mr  Trutcb's telegram, that Mr Edgfjhad not pro  sen led his credentials to the Li Ji ten an (-Governor?   The missing  letter ajpears in'the  printed  correspondence witV'Ward to  Mr  Kdgar's mission laid  before le  Dominion  Parliament, and yetthe Premier|id not know  JAMES LTtfOSAY;  fi  Uepistrar County.Court  Richfield, 5th April, 1875.   '-'fifi     fifi my 6  \3  NOTICE.  4iS  A Court of G-eneral Assize  k ND G-AOL DELIVERY AND OF NISI  J^Xl Trius will he held nt each of the nn.lennentitmed  places as follows, and alt witnesses ar<j liereb/ notified  to Attend thereat:       ,    -;.  New Westminster, Thursday, 13th May.  Yale. Tuesday, 13th May.  Lytton, Friday, 21st May.  Kamloops, Thursday. 27th May.  Clinton, Tuesday^ 1st June.  -.- .Q������e������$ellet .^tu]rda^r6th Jiine...-'.'  ".. The Fall .Assizes; and any other Aasizj ab ac������������.;a������  may require, will hereafter ho fixedyfi'   ' 6ccasion  Datud 16th day .of April, UUfi     '   . ���������'  By command;   -,-���������������������������  mv8"           ' '       ^JOHVASH,  y         Provincfiil S^crotarv.  .;   .      VULCAN COMPAQ/-.-/  I have been Instructed by the Vulcan Company, Lightning Crevk*, toeeH by- Auction, at  DarkerviUe, on Monday,. May XOth", 1875, at  12 o'clock  noon."'the? Interest of ROBERT  ROB 8RTB in  the said Company / fct Assess*  mentu due and ������ccrnein������  due, walepi' the  am.Hint ia paid in full on or befoi������ the above  date." A.fifi     ' '.' 'A        -��������� fifi-A. ......  ...fiiy.fi. fififi - -fififi -v-.-GEO.;-BYRNES,  ap24 Auctioneer.  S^^yUlBlHSIi SUPPLY OS1,    !  Patent and Proprietary  CHIPP.  Barkerville, April 17.  ���������dr.:  ** Dr. Ghipp willjattenrjl on LIGHTNJK0  every SUNDAY.until Noon, cs usual.  F. Neufeider, ;8e ..Co,  (ROYAL UOTEL BUILD.iKG,),  WHARF    S t REET,    VICTOR? A,  "C6mniissr6nr Merchants  and Importers:  0V  Appointments.  Provincl ������1 Scrr^tnry'fl OfV.ce,  ���������  16lh April, 1875.  f  Ry command;  JLi  JOHN' ASn,  Iroviucul Secretary.  ProyinciM^crftary'sOnice,  ldth April, 1876.  His ExoeW^ncy the Ueutenant fiowj,or has h^h  ph-asod to appoint Jobu Ciirpp,   tequir?   to *h*Cmt?  mm Dinsions of the Kleotbrai District of <?r Ksf  in the plaoe ol���������:l*jomW;B61 V fefefiS deceased   ���������'  y By .ceihmandi .: ;���������     '"'���������������������������' - .������������������ A  "i yiTfi.fi- yfi ���������  fiyfi'fffi* '|^03ffN'<As������.-;.; '   fi  -"������������������ Provincial Secretary.:.  SOLE AGKXT.S FOR  STRAUSS & CO.'S  arii-ar  5  td not been  that this important'"document  presented to the Lieiitenaht-Govrnorf   Wha  blissful aud convenient igrioran ?.  ESQUIMALT-NANAlAlOBAIIVAY BILL  Jt appears Tromiale ieleprrap adviceR that  the Esqujinnll-Nanaimn Railvy Bill "up  ki 11 ed in the Senate by Mc Mack<\zm h orders  the Prender's moat notable tooUi tharau<Mist  body���������Messr.-*. McMasters, Edwral Golf I'enuy  and McLennan���������heading th opposition  againal. jt. Of course, Mr Macfclzie dnre not  proceed ,wiih ihe eonetrtietiufiwiihout the  consent of 'both Ilousee of Panmeut.  (Carrying Her Majesty's Mrdls.)  LEAVES BARKERVJELLB FOR YALE  Every  Sunday Morning:.  Copneclinff v^ilh  the Steamers at Onesuel-  mouth, Yale,,New Westminster aiid  Victoria.  ^Frei^ht and Paksengers carried through  at reunonable rales. *������������������' b  to  For rates of Freight and Passage, apply  GKO. BYRNES, A.?enfc,  Rarker villa.  ling.  NN/RT������Thfs1Pa^nr ** **Mr*d for Hie Uuiird  status, Canada. Kngland and Germauv.  ;, ,..   . -��������� aplO. .;.-,.-''���������  Notice to claimants of Xi^nd  KAMLOOP8 Or VISION OF YALE*   fi" district; ;.,;;���������.  \TOTICE TS nEFtRBvl^ENVin n^rAmm with  J|    tu; prov xinus, ,,|- the, hov\  Act, 1874 "tint tie  ^ale  DiF net haw l,^n FUli^vlifed liv>urv. v an 1  hwmfnh&fn^^ portion'of this ln.vl who  Act; 1874C,:L,,"'S H1 "CCl>rJl4n������������ with Clause  21, Land  lliTSSSL^r^E1If*'' ^Ifl���������tion������ ^n ho obtained at  too oaiceoi ibec,iinimlas|nii''r, Kumttuy*  '   nM ,o ROIIBBT-BKAVBN,  Vnref Commissioner Lands ������uu Work/,  Lauds and Works Jtajytrtment,     '  netorfit, March 20,1875. ap������4  arge s  i  st Ajaaerican  oai  rffi  Notice to claimants of Land  NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.  \T0TrCB IS nmmv^wm, In accordance with  r������LJ ������ Provisions ol the Land Aet, 1874, that the  following lands PitnaU in tho District of Xcw WVst-  Jmnstnr havo lieen sulxifvMed bv Mirv.'v, an.l tho  map thttipofhas boon. d������|)ositi������l In t!i������ olHco of H. V.  hdllbncis, Commissioner, X'iwWustmiustor:  Croup 1,  Lot i'a7,  ft roup 42.  ���������LoialBU, 199, and 200.  Clii������5f CommiKjjuntT of Uusis and Ifetfes-  L^ntfs and Wr>rks DepartnuMitt;  IV  noaranKOOTrai ���������'��������� -'  . y .. : : -- y^^^m^AfiAfi-,  ..  -  -fififi---   -'fi.fi-- "-:"������������������        " ���������..  .  .    .-_��������� -fi-.-.'fi^.'-ysy...-' ������������������ ��������� -    .��������������� ,������**  **Xfc-iiJM<i;  'Vi fi- fi: fi    ifi  to bed.  y  yy  fifi  m  a  "' 't'-      ~   -     ,*  -'.   -.: , " . ' '-fi.yy^fiJafi - press vn&oVia news: ["report.,-1  '���������^'*j^B^BBAB:^MrJohnPinVerton.wbowB^ .^���������������������������..    '-^   ...   ..v...- - C������  ?n  ���������" -fionifiFi&nVh letZe&fi. renorte y rather Cr*--?atrfefeifi  I-:,?! ?^ ������^ wpojtB .rttto * ^^e -^     ^ ^ ^*p* di ne^ftt weliavtre  pears that MrPlnfccrtoh en theiiigbi jn^es; :&^&jjfe M^iS received.������������ Barkerville  flte, ������������$������*<, Jf ^^^ bed^t up|nd Q v {jv ^ jT^M c'onSffiof**fi#ba#  opened Ihe^oo;r,VaW]eft: it o'pfen,on^raiDg? p^^lifcipated.u^la^t wee^s.niaiLv fi fififi  iihe pp#n^^t^^^^y^nnii8ejib  ?^feleT#^ ';��������� off {ill %-  ��������� --alee pi nfrjcoii|li^?-;Rw;. h ^^^iij^t^^ve ti^tlv  y^mlcaU^^^ ^4fid������������4JP*' ~T^FI'-efifi^Afi~yAfififi y ������������������'���������'��������� :*ti  v-v-y^v^sv-v^  ho -^������   ��������� ^A-'$"?������������������:^*t-Quc3nelmoutb?pn^wr^};^1  ���������   Thk Gostkixo Corfijiany -expect to have  cuMcieafc -^rado; in their drain in a few4a>������  'tndfe?>': WaKini^^^ Jof*  thjs.c^Aip-iny lor the wee^ before last, .which  : alii <>u a fed^Kdw^2^pz^ ^^:'?^^^^>^ljy^^*^v^&'  -.���������/������������������������������������ .���������.���������.* ��������� ^-_. -.- ^,-,^.,.,.,. ,..r- -,-..��������� ^ ��������� -,* i- Sr6������t;^A^gWtle!zian'who awiVed in town  ?   ,Jc^���������������LOo^^^^ the Meadow* informs ut  I > t������ n I.'.-;ha mul sl'fr Wivi:-'; 1?atJ^icic*>hii R'Ci ri<f' si*������l lift fiBJ\ i     .  -ycj^-'^"^ or-^*.^fi^~~fifi"- ^rgfiGa&i0 cM������,Oo'oklto sulci..on Tbvusv 1������)^^������^yr.^B^|jr^.W"  ^ooe.ofh:dflnger������inretnra. >       W II^:;,^.^ p>lftn,etibW? .^\M: "- -/'   I   ^ 1 - '.  '     /  Tiir Wrvt^b ^^  fiy  'fifi  ���������1  4  ��������� ^  ���������fifi,  ���������fifi}  fiy-.fi  ft!  IP  ��������� ::y  . Ill-  Abe54rinkihgr;!off*coffee^-'in^gb.ra^feH8���������; aiid kim*  protes-thought and:renders.unueccs&a'Yy th������, <  use of spectacles.''"'    ;   ' J "."    :  % JC J  -on"one'of h?a flng^iii-r^r^  ; NiG^Htrr:^T  A ^xii^B Court Extraordinary ^vas neld by j ^^ ^ niost everymther: hour. : y    ���������;������';, f  Mr -JonSNuit on Tburiday nigbt to try al v_^���������^^^^* *���������r-r-rr--^    >:������.>:''  "peir and the case was ad]ournerL The cbirjre;  U (mewreferrei^a^hineselady against a  -lS������iT.akEY ;CKE ES;: .;: fi fififi .  Eottor SKSTiXRt:^-The April h\gh \Ho on  .  . ,    ,,,^,,,,,,,,:.,    ,.,,, ,-,..: ,. fit,   Keithlev creek last week rose;^vrapier%tt  cintntryman-for :Mving '^tfelieionelj  tnt^ea ^ ^rried - ice. rtiinbers; siMico-boxesv^roo^  caustic w^fbiigr^di|^ftpOwdert thereby caiia-  i 11 g the b 1 oom ^:^isippear from her cheeks  an d 1 eavi ng'.:'. inetead:',; fbf reot: v;ugly b 1 ajalt  .patcbefc^, sWe*;presit^rae fi thei ^Court Was called  ut theunupual^hon'r. named'-'in'.deference;-to the  f^Mincrsy-'ofivihe:! cowplHihant.: who.'probably  did 7������ot i-w'iatf^o^J&p'pWriber oeaiity  before5 the Jnstice in d *y lijchtl [fififi r fififi������������������ ^  .:.; ��������� WiT������Nn;���������There is nothing ofyinterest to}re  jio rt, - this ! week, fi: ��������� The R lac k :Tack   co.  a re  running theiIoose <lirt out of;their cut,: there  i ���������? p til I considerab 1 <\ froyi in the baiilfR.:. -,. The  :F-t ii m e Co .will com menc������; pi pi������ig next; jyeefc  : Th c P ii n c ���������'*rr co . on; O ranee c't'^ek h ad - ���������* I heir:  -d iggt r\g$ i ������jtired slisjb 11-y -1 asi��������� Vwe^k by ihe.  Ii otto in f i j Upg ou t, of: a p������i h 11 ��������� 11 ake ov.er thei r  drtin.   Furliiiiafety, no:person was below at  the time or else we should have tdA report'a  injHi'of life, as the diggings were: filled with  water in a few minutes.   The Ontario co.,  ���������Conklin. gulch, are working oa good gfay, and  bad-40 oz. up to Wednesday.  Mkmukiw* Indkmsity.���������During the last week  vof the a^ssien 'a bill was passed fixing Members' Indemnity at f-106 for the session; with  .   25 cents mileage going and coming.   A re*  Auction of $6 per day will be made under  certain circumstances    This increase In the  pay of the members is qniti moderate, and  will meet with the approval- of the various  "Constituencies.  Inqijkst.���������pr. Chipp held an inqnostat  Stanley last Saturday on the body of an In  dian worn fin named Scoo^ie, whose sudden  death was reported last week. The Jury.  after a ear*������fal investigation, returned a verdict that the woman died from natural causes,  and that no blame could be' attached to any  -   .^person or per&oue.   '���������' ���������������������������'���������'���������  da* o!Pollev������ aridiBn-rrclli cariai.ig ^^ater.  to raise m hf������U tliat it broWe /jovetyinto-ritbo  di'cKinga. V;'������Wfl^p?ng->,*Hi^lbarFO.WBf:^������iJ,'e^-i  h^mfi&i:.������������������������������������ bffore~U.:. Afterjsfiinayini?; m  ?fiptilingiwi* cut .tBroiigii(the*.'jairi-��������� a^:;<������'f  YtOft taraid into.-0������;ite������l*!h������nMji^L������tomBl-  not b^foritiie digeinirs.-wereywjured^o; %he  ttittmtWtimtmm.; It mbaagU by empe  that ibe DominioQ GpvfirBm*nf v������ii   d^c.inB.  ���������W-lnlR^*^"*^^'^1^^.?^-"^"*-?-  ciimirig up to tbe sci-titcb;.:: -.-.-fifi 'fi' fi  y- n B ^Although the tidobae been unusually  hiith Ji'p.llw cv������������k for (liis lime of .tha y������;ar,  still it lias been unusually tow at tho. mouth,  owine to llw unpriHW.dnn.l6d .scavoiiy of (ire-  chuck in tlie 'oak'stares and monlbu ol tbe  dUcousolato keg*.  ; g���������;'1  CARIBOO WATEUSTltETCUBS.   ;  Enrroa Skntixei, : -From some  remark*  rnado in town, it appaars the incrfldulous  don't wish to take.that 220 lb. sMemnnt on  water stretches at par.   I would nat like to  discount it at 50 pet cant, to tbe inconvenience  ���������nd pecuniary loss ofJhe mail-earner  or  Mackenzie.   I will try to explain it 8o that  there will b������ no " neonring" ow 11 in the  future.   In the flrat place. I find thai the mail  carrier, by the exact perpendicular rule of  Tang measure, weighs 18lHbs. m bis woecaains.  On an April march we find 40 lbs. '-mate"  natter atrupped on hijack, like John Bn.wn  of Harper's Ferry.   This combined perpendicular top pressure was condensed or con-  ceutrated-on board of the raw-bide stretches.  ���������! a magnificent pair "f snow-shoes on one of  Mackenzie's majfiiifioent water-stro.ches.   II  the incredulous will take these long measures  and weights and strap them tocher by   he  simple rule of addition, he will find that Ibe  I apparent elastic stretches of the mail carrier a  corresBondcnt c incoming the 220 lb. statement is tn������ to the latter; Imthuw  ^#dro%i;ii^s;in3riti5h;fijteterV.;.  ^fi������ "iMSiena-'thii Schediyfe 61 the Gon-  BiS*S Corpotadon cf V^to,  better. Aidministrjation'Of |iistme. ~fiyfii ;  '��������� fiAx -ActVesoectih? ;the parking: ofCattle. ,  yyAwA*tyeSpejct:%;tlVei^rti>stK^  P,5!v1^ake^Wersxif^.prh^  in certain'cases.    ' '���������; fifi fiy..-.      >;- ���������.��������� ���������*  . fi.An,M^ make-better ^rovisimi; fir ithe  i Qualification ana^egiMraaon; b|Ao ^fifi^fi  ' An:Act;rBfatioff.toithelodwft-;to ��������� Mem-  toft andVtte;:BalWyfioffithefiSpeaker of th?  ijedslativeAssemhly.;.; yfi:% '-fifi. A'ALa fifi.fi'  ^An ActTtirthe protection ol theLigbtnmg  fli-eek Fire Brigade. r -   .    -���������/:ivvv *      .'-fi.,--  -i^^4 Etherize ^���������W^'^W  Public Lands io Hie Government .of the Do  minion of Canada for "RailWay purposes.- . ,  An Act to amend ihe Licences Ordnianqe..  X-An  Act to v������mendy the 'MuntcipaUtT fcl  Aiacndmenl Act, IST3, .   ,-..-���������.';i^;.  Qnesnelmouth, May 7-MrB; F.������?������.JJ  contractor for Ibe Quesnel riyeirlmdge, ar-  r ved by ^ ley'seipresa,; He will commence  operatlV^  Ihe bridge completed by November.     be  tlmeepecified is January, I816.     H    pftftt.  Mr Nasoo is here arranging for the erection  of a flaw mill. , .. ,    -  The Omineca Express Wt to day  :ym  'A. A  fii  ill  ���������'vy^  vyf/|  aHE Avi^ByO  Theories of lf J3,oar^at this ���������.Restaiiri  ,:   ; v    >'been reduced to "������������������"*' 3  At  Afi^mM^ MKALS,  ;-" ::FIFTY:;GENTSi;:  Fr6mr6tol2i'o^a^  FTiOUR, ���������  ; $S perW^lbfefififi^  60 cents per lb.  "  AND ALL KINDS OF v  EGET A B.X  SAM-  WALKER.  de5 1   ;_    ;BartetvUle.  ���������BebkiSU^t , September j IS biy.-r-CJentlemen ���������  l feel it a duty I owe to you to express iny  gratitude for the great benefit I have derived j  by taking * Norton's Camomile Pills.-*   I applied to your agent, Mr Bell, Berkeley, for  tbe above-named Pills, for wind io the stomach, from which I suffered excruciating pain  for a length ot time, having tried nearly  every remedy prescribed, but without deriving  any benefit at all.    After taking two  bottles of your valuable Pills, I was quite  restored to my usual state of health. - Please  <rive this publicity lor the benefit of thoss  who may be thus afflicted.���������-1 am, sir, truly  yours, Kjsn'ut. Aw#rass.���������To the Proprietors  Importer and Dealer in  TOBAdCO,  GROCERIES, and  PROVISIONS  WHICH HE WILL SELL"     .  ��������� 'Y^jSk^rirmvw
lA?'i2\\   '* .,ll;'l'���'''���-���Vyp'.'t-^.-.''���"-���'*-^._'y;'--' .*" .'���;";. ':'",y*:.' r-I.- -���';''���"*;--T !*;'���"'���" i  ���'**   _.:y. ''������-.!.!('"-.'"?.'*''���*-'""'*"
%:' ?��-  * ** Ikflo^tiitii^a'c&olce stock of
���fiyfi :oy,    ~vwvv,. ifi'-y1�� - *J#: ;^ *V1*
u #Mah��e willMll^    ^ :vc ~: <���".;- > v// :.
��� ���"    ���������   '' '���'. ''fi- '���.���.-'���-h ?- ",-V ���'- ' 'V- ���������:<���, -\, ���:->.' i  i"- f' .'.'���" ;'?'J'Xr' yy   ;;��� t'Sfi\ fi. 'fi' L" '
.;'   ,1/.^^ASiTEBGUEABEST.'vfl-n;y. .'^
V t  " -,.        f   :.,   .,,v     . &Ul   a;    -t',' .     V'V ;��� V** ���
N "v"V, i-      T-- 4'tbral District, being>lso*1h*;North^a8t cor:
fit-1 &P'    i* ner of Kew "Westminster JJistjJqt ;ythence fah
,.;"*�� T      *' r,:'   lowing the Northern.and Eaaiem boundaries
f    v     ?4    fifi   ���+ . nMhe Yalefca^
RB $repwre<l!to ?Wnilsh Lambor aVthalt Kills,
- ^llUsm Crook,ajr .deliver.H{*o-order. *       fi  -
"   r��^!njra>>nlBglUfteliine 1��. operation tbdjr w f,
abo famish', .  ���       -
. fef 61 lo wing; are the Bobadarfe^ of fi ��*
Land Recording Districts in the. Proriace .of
BrHi8^%Iu^bH^:^g;| ^;,^'4:.n %fif "
} jWLand, .EecorAing piatrict of New Wesfe
mirijtery ^haltf be:'..bounded Son ,'jbe Sotftb by
tiii'l^ot (Georgia/aaid point be!ng IheySoutljh
Eastern; coriefof New Westminster^ District,
aiid the^South'Western corner^of tlie,?a)ie
Qistricfc,ifion< the Basti.by a:line (heing? also
the Western^ bouD^ar^b/>the? YalecBistrict)
running Ndr^hvlrpni, the said 5o*Uh-Ea8ternj
���co-ruer,'i crbssingy Eraser/Ri ver* ab out 8 ni tl#��
aboyeihe^moutti offia^is^nltiverjto^ayjdil^
taiic^Jbf aboutiAS ��� miles, andJheucejNqrtb-
f West "by. North abbut 6$ miles, at an1 ��������#**#*
'distance; ofab.outlO ,mil& J&wtirom tbe general .course -pf..the^Ifougto0PMa]^fto,tV
JSpr tb-Easter n ctir n er. p f; '^affli. DistrjcV which
is also the North^Western corner of?Yale Dis-
IriCt; on the Northyb^ailiBe:(bem#alsotihe;
Southern botindai*y�� in: part, of the Lillooet
^BjiStniftyfJlie Said past
nained corner; ;crossin^
noint aboiit efl^t^istahtyi^bxn either?end, ^nd
of the Yale^iLahd I^c^r^iti^^TiaioR^to lb��
?DointofcommencfeMi*at.JJ_ ;   ' 'fiyfi, ;
./- ,:.' ;; ..ditxs.ion)./;, L/yu;j .,'j;
-'The "Osody60s "Land ^Reeordihj District
shall? be 'bounded^Wfiihe Borfth' by Athe 49tb
Parallel; rponimeBCiiig at ^pointKbeitigy^*i>
the Soutb-Bast cornerjpf :jthe ,J]ft|? ^JSA^f;
po'rfndarWs'-ot said' rJan^dylfeording Diviaipn
io the^South-Western cOTneref theyeaid%t\m,
���ioops Land Robor^IpfT} Division^ tb^e;;dvi��
South along the bpiindarx ,#^y:^!e?^d
Recording DMalon^^^
mebi,fiyfifisfififififififi; 'fififi.fififi', "yyy "fifiifi fififi ':'1'';'i
v LltLOOET DISTRICT.   J     : ...
i The^Lau^-RecoridirfgivDlstriet .of^ Llllooft;
qhajl be bounded on ihe Bast by a.llne^bei njr���
also the Western boundary;, in ��� partf of| the
Mot'eriay District) commencing from tb�����
Northeastern.corner;of Yale EJecfcdral Di4*t
i&Si'i Whence^follb^n^!^^^'#a^eJ^
the general course of the Columbia River-apg.
iboat ten - mi les d ist an 11beretromrAJf :m\$��~
y -! ' \"/   lOWSSli^INh/ 'V*M-'?   '���'���
TWOTicife l^eby given,:<&(' ij w*^
JSL ahce with the pm]siwiae^the %Lana
Act 1874," the t^llowing, lands eitmile In *he
fiA.fi AMmzfi'miGmm,
- A , yfi   A        ���
Ig^^a^on^and-yi -.
���B3q^^nn'tony: i- i-ofi^r '    ;.?i **
fi-,: - Sectionn *1,: %$y ori - y t fiy '���:
x"   East bftlf.of.-Seotlpn^i, ���., y
'**!.--'*; ^��vv   '��� '.,"-'��1--- :'l9   j y
' ''Cfrtlntw lOrii, apilSl2;'���"
���fi-fifi Fraction al Seo tlona 1$T: 1 *
< ���' -��V$esi half of - Secti on ? 15,- ��� -
vT^orlh half of, Section 10. ;
B>8tibne20.21.22/,     .   ;
i'Vacitonal Section 25.^
'Sections 26, 2tr28r2?^?4i':
Sowthrhalf of Section ��5."
Fractional. Section 36.
And.that claimant* of any^portfim -of lh>
laha j^ioSbnyc not .obhun^iCr^nj^r^nte
r^A^PTB^.. . _���.,. ,  
,- themst'lv. *�� " '-',fi $ifiw Mining It t\i < nd to put
��tisi* their grtma K catthftve tts��Sttrccy of- fha same
wjMi'i&pa'uvat'C bv addra*i3la^  '.    ,    ,       \   ,A
fence,'; ' Woolbridge,':-y''Gambler,' f Keats,'
^Bo yfififi f : asley^,'-^ Popham/ ;���Wo'olcombeT
atili/Passage?and all other small lalandsluSi
renamerated^witliin.saidcbouQdaries^   ' v/a'
li    on aud alter theT;v      '   ���''���+*'.- Ar#f
'    7:fIRST\pAY OF^O^EMBKlTNEXT,   ;
'fi -fpv Ch4m�� la tho..Carlboo Dlatrlot-TOay^;lio laid pter
I&����fll5tho:20th May, t875pBiiHjf*ot. to^tltf $m-Secti6o
*t ibo-dold Hluiux AmouctmenV^ctylftTS. fi.      ,:..}
':yfiy:~y,,y^:fi--fi.i    '       is . , 'fi '*��� -ITj^ RATJ,, h''
...������ ,*rv!i;�����*..i=Tft���;,,-.'* -v :*.,-,��,-..:   Jgoij;Coramii-sioa^r...���
ftloliflel^ .y' oclO-A
y y;
��� ���:';-T"
the' ah or e of; * D es o I a tion: S ou n d.; ������, an d o n> th e
WestJ"by > line"running..through the.middle'
of "Hert'fray"Gh*a��ue.i.-to. SarahrfP-oint;: and
th'ence in astraight line Sputherly.to the mosl
IW^stft-ly^pbintW^ thence to
the^ertfre^of Sabine: channel to ^heboundarj
bf ,Naon|ia.o;Lland Recording? Dijjlnct,rffoIlow^
log tnrouglUhe centre.,of "said ,chanQel^to5 a
poi'ntiopposj te, Point Up wood, Tjexada Island;
f h|nce fed iaj wing^ tlie ;uiid?chanhei^of the Strait
of .Georgia to , the,' North-Eastern corner ,o!.
Cowichan District,; - theace|Westyon>the 49tl
P��rallel'to'point ^vioiamencement, and,shafl
include -'.the,,, following /, Islands;:���k Rofty,"
'.</for lots of Gold Dustof;Fifteen Ouucns or umlcr
'aiidter V'- ';������':.'-:     . v( .*, .- ;" ������'������
ilio'laiter payable Ih'adyasseW
>\ c.<
., axti&lm
The Yale L^d Reeordiug Division-shall
ing on the 4l)ilr Parallel of j North: Latitude.
65";mjJ^Jl!$at irom the Gulf;of<Georgia, being
also the ^onth-Easternycorner ofe^New West
"mi aster -Land . Recordings District; y thence
N or th -ab ou t 45 mi 1 es; the n ce Kor th: abo ti i
45 irniles^i .thence No rib-West abqut SOjtnilep
to a pain tb eln'g the No r th-Easterly bOrn er b)
New-ffiestminster^pisti'ict^^ithehce^ast abotit
.17 niiIrs to a point near ..the juticjiony of the
Thompson ppi\?-Nicola^Riyei-5';-^uience in:iii-
So n ih-Eaater) y direction; run nji ng paral lei to *
the'general course of the:-Nicola River, arid
d i at a at about fij:\fitn ties therefrom; f o r a d istah ce1
of about $i."ari.iles to.Gii]d water River ;y then pis;
in;-a:Southeijy.^ireetlori along-* the trail to a
mi nit 2 rai 1 es. W*s t of Pri n ce td n ; the n c^ due
Soutfcto the:^9th-Parall��K..'about/SiB * miles ;
thence along the said, paral 1 elf joy the point; of
commencement'y^fifiy.    -fififi. a:ly.yv":.-
���fi':i- -fi0it^i^iAy yfifiyfifififi
The Kamloops Land 'Recording Division
sh a 11 be bonnde do n. t he>So ti th by a line com
men pi n^ at a ppin t 2 mi tes West of Pri nceto n.
owner of jOaribbo District f: on the ^r th ^
fhe'eU'id 52d;Paraliei(being alsotheSouth^ryi
bbnndar\of Cariboo District) crossing f tht
Cariboo - Road,.aUhe J38thi mile-pwX for h
dKtanceofabout220 miles,,tp;a^}n^on:thH
l^itli' "M^ridiaii^wlijch
corner of said Lillooet District', and the SouUi
Western corner of >0a'ril)"o.i> District jjl oii^tp
Weif by��the;paid!124UiMeridian/adista*^
of about/I25 mile's-, to, the point;, where jibe
iaid Meridian 'infiefsects;-the Nor ther 0, bo un^
hary-of v^e^W
Northern extremity- of;:JervjscIh M^fi^thf
Westmmster-Di^nct? to: M NoTlh^Easter.-f
���neriibtesai* 'District^Xwhich ia yalsom\
Ipoet fltsSricy which .ie^also -the; ^orth^Eaelecn
corner of Yale Electoral Diatrict.      -;? f
;,The Laudy Recordings DIstriot of ^ Cariboo'
���mall be ; bounded on vibe; West by-th^l2'iih
Merid fan * w h i c h isa-��o: tbr Eas tern bo n n d ar j
of the Coast oDistrict )j d'ttyfche South bvilli*���
52d Pariil fel, whichJs also the Northern bp)iii)j
lary^of: Liilooet'-'Difitctot ;��� .on'the'Somb-Jijt: t
by th e b��cto re deed i oed b ou n d a ry���, l ni pa H, fjj
Kootenay District ���;-.��� onythe .dSaebby theUSHi.
Vlerid ian of y Wes t Longii tu de (lb ei u g also 'thy
Western bonndaryv in -ipart; ofiKootenay D;s-
tricljfo'; the; summit-^
.jmd the ncej^Prth ward by the summit-of tli(^
llocky .Mquri"ta.i us. a hd byrthe 1;20 th ?Meiid ia11
\t West Ii��">ng ti lade-,'; the Eastern. bonu lary: o i
the Province ; ��� and 0Q' the- Northiby they^Oth1
Parallcl^of North -Latitude^thc4 Northern
boundaryof the ���Ptotjoc*.'.'    v-     -"?  '*"
^^v^ '    ������   '''toBftRt'BBAVENr:
; y- y;: Chier: QaftM&Met'fadfo ^ ^^t^0^8* i
'::-yfiyfi:-yfis- ':Sr: -'fi:. fififi-: 'yy:i'SSifi-ry-'::y.yfifi,-y--y::y. -t.-.���:--.��� ������������������    ���-  "y'^ ���.
y ���.- *.-' ���������.*���- ��� i fi**rfiiAfi*y' ���"���{:'*   ..Ty'"'1*'''     fifi'^ '��� *��� *''"y   \.y
'������^^ ;
v    y  +     fi 'rs"f   fci7tfi,,l)Ae.inberVl874..
^>E\% Excellency -Abe- Istemenfifni 'GMraar
Yimltiia^b^^^        febiiC..y ,; ,yyy yy-"
iumbia,' |0;
^PrivatelSe^atyjfep ffieei
*rlOkh -December; AM*.
3ritish^Cjaluinbia;?iloibe a��Net��r^^Pul>lic:
HisExceiienc^ the Lietit^nanUGoy^rnorifi
* 'bull cil fias^ b feeul }i leased lo1^ a p p* i ill.* Alias
^tAiiAtf^of^|Mana(in^ *Greeli^ ^quire^ to b��
jJotoiier in arid>'J��^'4W' District;oftOipineeaf
;M. &.��;
XfOTlCE 18 HERKBT GI\rg\* that tho following
l?Bsttn.iustoriJ)i8trici<l��ro hor��eby.ri
UBUi l"urttt��r
X^ in N(mc>^��sjmjustoriJ)istriciiro horfcby.rtiiervod
fi. y
y *���
k.   it'
A fit
\. rt. fi .;; TOWNSin^KO. 1, -fi'""-
Block N6:1 *iCorth "fi Riiiige l' Wak," Secti one 25. 2a",, 3(5
of SjcUou 1,
Block i'Norfb ^R;fnV?rtVes^ciipti .27' of. Sec. 2. ���' ;' ;
jh'ortbeasttractionsraaarier.^f Is^ctioa 28;;'kii6\fu 'm
Lotn.       .i-}Afi} y fi ��� y fi  ���
TCWN^RIiVNO,.*.,    *'
Southsaatvq hatLcr of Stits^u 0,    ��� .      ;
,   ^.ao��thwc��l qoartor of Sepii.on 0.
-., ,^.V,'...-;..-..  TOWNSHIP*NO. fl.
��roup 2j Lo1169.
"    ��� R. nEAVEN.82��
5 Chi of &7mra(4siAQ��r La a do aa.i Work*.
12, jf��W&.    fi.   fifi     "
being.ajso.,thei We^epi-bpjitjd^'yio|:Koo;te-;
nay  t Hs t r ic I; .'���.-1 he.fi ce' 'fol Id w.i if g t ho west e nii
��ho11ndary of -, Knolenay District,;ao :ther'MortBi
EastcQi-ner ol); Yale, Blectolrai - Distribtt;='thedce
��� on; ithe, Nor th by titbe So iiiihevn ;bou nclary. i r��-
fin r t .of ���; L i 110 oe t Dip t rf c %��� tm-fih i n g. ��� Wes t y f ro Hi *
i lie s a lit last inatiied corner,' and passioff about'
t h re#: ra i! es N �� rtlr of Sey mo 11 r, t o a: d is ta n c p
o f;. ab oil t. 20 ������ mi 1 es j'. ttii* n c e; i n a direct 1 i ne
about 65 miles;' to ar point- on the North
Tliom pso n Ri ye t (Sf eri dian ��� i:Bend) ab ou t 15
miles. North of Kamlobps ; thence in a-direci
line ahout'. 15-.miles. North 'of- Kamloops;
thence in a direct line about 50 lines fo the
1.14 mile post on the wagon mad from Yilo to
l/linio.n ; -thence;in a direct Mae 60 miles to
.t.    NEW WESTMINSTER IMSTiilGT; fi fi yfi
^fitmoi-^y^^^Tfij^pf^- tnya^nrf^nco- sw'Uh
Ll - the prbyisloas of-iK'6 *' LitnvlyAct, ISTi'VithaVthp
foil owing lands. Bitiiato ia itI*io^0WKot.-x^V^'rW^,W,^jitL-
���ni usLer liav��3 beoa ' su bill v iiiatl ��� Uy sai voy,' a nci 11 io
.'iap thereof baa Ob����n tlcpcslted.ln l\ie ollicoof Mi H.
7. Edmonds, New Wostiniu3tar;,i,i;;,i      .-ifi
": ^TOWNSKII'Np^^v'.; ; fi'fifiii     '
Sections i;fi% 11. 12, 13,.H, 22; 23, 24, 2S, 2��. 27, Sf,
,   So, and ittf.   . . ���...   ... '
��� .':;,":-.-;.v '\iowx&ip!$bNi&*AL'y
y *:
8ectl��n��8,;0.-16l.t7, 18, 19,,-20, aiy; 28r,29, SI and
fV*        32;; .AfifiyAri :    -,;��� '.I, ,..,/.; . .V,,:"^'
;'.,;...'.,[fifi*/-j'\^y^|^.^;/i?vr-' ' :���"',.;>;. 5
.'t/j^Westhfllf offS^cMoffli y^'-..^. "���'. : ;'v    ���'��� '."'���'   V:
'-.-, :' Kast halt .(if SoctJftnonSfe .   -y* ��'!--', ^f.: t i ;-, .    .. ���- V ���   j ;
Y West half,of .y^ti'm 1 ^:-. f��� -, -��� ������ -.; r*,,-':.,.   ;,;u- ��� ,-.
'' Kaat ha If of ^gclian ). I',   ... ' ���     if,.... ',.,,. -, j V" ���
��� ''"'Souih'we^rqii.'irter^of Section IS.fi'    '"'.    ,'y
;A S'oimteist q-iaiWr-W'Socuo-fl-i If ;������''���' ynA-'fi-
���' '���*���:������ '..-��l.< .Vr.':'*i i ,'>;��ii'-U A':]- fififi ifi.     .:fiM�� !    ""'
"u, ...,;..^.,;;..,,^...GRogp.m.^j;:..; _!;.;.4>-, ���<���
-fjbts e-an'l 8 origBurtoil's' *TPra|rft.^ih' "Township
������fiy --fifi 'yfifin: QXOUfr I.   -���>'������;:��� yfififi.
tols 233, 234, aHd'235, u^ear Port Moony'  .':'      .fi
An'i that claimants of i.iar portion of this laiid who
have iiftt; oi'Utini'.ii.' t"r��Hvn Qrum* the roof, shotil*'
provrf up. .thyfr 'claims in aceor-iunco with Cluvao 2J
Lini Act, X574;
-Forms of Pwof nail Declaration cm be obt:iinodat
tho ofllce of tbe -Commissioner, New Westminster.
. Ghier.OomasiMionorLftadfl mi Vforks^
r/misunl Works Offic-j.
yj#N*li, Dw��. g*i4 WT4.
:fiA-fiX^^fim^EBlMB^fifi ���
,:,      1>ool.ared by Cou,npieB^ji i"it u )j e T,; ���;
"���:-. '   T1IE   ONLY    GOOft &AUCE. v ���
: Caution agaiiis t Fraud .���Tli e s urei *��� t.f tli i o
, ra o��.t, (I alici oju s* a ii (J; fi u a r i ps] \ mt cM\ i i m �� n t having
jnusedeoria-ln jlenlertto��ppIy t.!ic;bCViito 1''Worcea.
rorili i ?o 3 ah e *;'�� fb. j. h plr o w n' i nforio r e om pi -ti nils ihi
'^^^���C/'/^i'-y 'iAfrrwiid --.-thaunvWljiwartoW''
^UToth��f��a.ula��,iaio;y .,      ;;;..  j;
andtosoo that their nftaiei��rt ipon4h'*"w��Amii
r.AaBM,SToppEfti/ind��OTtrw.; r
h*ye boon;rtvrgprKX, and,Er giv* noticftthaithe?
aave turnlMi^d theiroorrespohdoiiU with p^wor ^1
attornayto, t��ke i.hstant proceedings "ajjoinsr kanc
JACToa^asantr TRKpoi?f�� ol>ficli, or,anyotuerImil**
tioas'by: whl ctft h'olif IkIi 1 ro .iv i�� r i n fringed.'
,*;��&*��� LSA feP,E5;BIN.S'-Bauoeiarid see
Name 6n  Wrapper, Label, pottle,'and
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wy Grocers fin d Oilmen u u 11 versa j iy.  y
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datod 1ftth May, 1872, .from an old inhabitant of Horningshain. ����flar Warminster,
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i{ I. must also bog to s y that your Pills nro
an excellent tnedieino fur me, and 1 certainly
do enj >y ff���o(| boalih, found sl<kp, and a
gpind appetite, This \�� owing to taking your
Pills. . I nro 78 years old.
"Hornahiing, Gentlemen, yours very re*
spectfiilly, L. &.J��
.   To the Proprietors of ���'..
TmUVtlBn   QAWMlk^ TILLS,  London
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