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 ffifl������?-?$-?:  ;enioly  fO.Br'ui;  Motion  ineuur  fts ttetf  la'l Stf-c  ndivi.iv!  ts or prn  r������r ,tlii[i.  1 <* jiFii I  liar Cl-is! I  i'Qi'ntoj-,'1  ������ Nolle* |  a 1 <������bj, r| I  s. vi?,.-t".|  tetjisl 41  * ^'^Ha, I  fcincv it I  ^>. case, fit S  itr'Ttiil������{H  1 to total  ftrl'fe jl  ������Jf'ts,e"wH  t Ui������ -Pira ������������  f.t.l������'!'WilH  ' pnvii ������  l'W;'i.;il tS  or mskfy  !'>' or ct i  tl.M'.'Stlli*  '.TV.  mm  m  Vol -16.  Barkerville,^William Greek, B;G., ;Saturday^ May' .gS;- X  Published every Saturday by  HH  PM5-  111111k  BR  Til  111  R'OB E E T  ��������� Siib::icription������: ���������  ii o l; ii o w a YA  -. y.26 'Cents per Week.  .: RATES OE ..ADVERTISING.  Tor one square (one inch), (Irs I insertion,  " " '-.;������������������ one month,   ���������  For two squares .first'usortlon, I .-������������������*��������� -  4 u       one month, -  -  S3  5  9  Agents for the ** Carii>66 Sentinel."  Van Winkle,   ."���������  Qmisnol mouth,  Boiiii Creek, ' ���������  Clinton.    -    ' *   'r  Yale;   ' -y    AA-  New. Westminster  Victoria* -'���������������������������'-' ���������'.������������������'������������������*  T.. P. Fisher, v-v  T} Street,  v. y ���������.-  :...-��������� :'  -   .;.:*;���������. .- Lindsn'yy  ���������Afi".   Barnard's Express  ��������� >r    Barnard's Express  ���������;���������':������������������ --''��������� Barui-trd^s; Express  ���������fifi, ���������; ���������'y-do. '������������������'...   do ��������� ���������:.  ���������-.. -fifi     :���������:.'John Murray  -. .:'*'      Mr Shakespeare;  ..-:���������-   S.l:n PrynCisco;  30. Coruhill, London, E. 0,:  rfi fiA-,fifi THJ5 OARIBOO^SEOTINEL;  fififififi  J OB: PRINTlN G OFF ICE.  Car d s, C i rcul rirs ���������. P oste rs a h d P rp&rarn m ea for  : Balls and Theatrical EntertaiQme'nts :-:Afi?,  ^^Executed with neattfesRanddispatch.^^  Terms moderate.  WEDNESDA^yMAY 20,:187&  3t.r'"!t'JvMi-  rtnin.j{r ������������������������?*,;  to -'.a.'^BWt-  r-fjiiir^fMl  ted' i> -rio :-i j  applieus'i  tin*.yja'tii*.  Lb" x\c*-\  ���������msfi-AfS is  it'ny i;.n;fl  Uuvvuii'-lj  ti. v.:  N.A^R,   :  il StffO^TT.  I'M  Wh  tirt'-yS  ia:'-/'-  prAin? C'Wti  iOI;ntvU"U,.||  Hiihi^.lr'-^r*,  Ruym i������ dnjj  .on th*?.0!J-vM  shrnnry'   : |  '���������ril,;     -, Jl  11 N.'ivcini'^j  iiity;T'.-r'������..{|  uncd for tf������  ulU Fill .<'?������  ���������in wlllbcuffl  c. sfi    I  r.CHHASE.fl  r������Jl        li  mrlUf   |  ���������������������������   ; -fi~m  ���������  11  ill he hefi*i|  lliuvs, ������n!p������|  .htjreivi.'- ' i  4. '���������    1  m  a m ocoft^i  ;lal aecwur/l  THE EXPRESS. /  Olmlon. May 10~BarnardVtip Express ar������i  ti veil vtfer i: pitn-vand leaves at 4: a.m.'.;' to-pi pr-  iow with the foilowing passengers:.���������-George  .  .^nthyipOmUrhpi^  ; till lip. Cocking, Van WI rikl^^:  yyy yy ;; /  ��������������������������� YICTORIA.:   , !      <  ft Yictotiaf May, lp���������Tlhe steamet fimma will  tow. the Blue'ii Diamond to Stipkeen. with pack;  trains on Wednesday; i)exty -fifi  The Boxor will phoftly "leave for Dean's  channel and other West coast Inlets with a  p fiir ty: of en gineera and exp 1 overs to examine  -tlie coast in connection with the railroad sur-  ;  vey.   .. .'."��������� -...-;���������.'   -;. .-fififi _ fifi  V ictoi.'ta. Uay 19���������6 n e-half of tlie gradi ng  f o r >. t b e r ailr o ad fro m Oly rap ia t o Ton i no h an  been completed by the voluntary labor of thti  citizens. fififififi  J. 0: Edgar,. the Agent -. of the Dominion  Government, and wife, will leave for Ottawa  to-day.- -  fi :fi:-  Tbe second survey party for the mainland  leaves this morning on. the Enterprise,  A special from Ottawa otythe 16th says in  the last supplementary estiruates $1,500,000  n,re down for railroacl construction, $10,000]  ��������� for removal of obstructions and dredging  Victoria harbor, $15,000 for tug steamer, and  $13,000 for telegraph line. \     .  The celebration of the Queeo's Birthday at  Victoria has been postponed to 27th, in consideration of a suggestion made of the great  inconvenience that would be the result to  business men from holding it on the 26th as  'first proposed-. Government has also decided  to make the 27th the. official holiday. In England the event will be celebrated on the 30th.  UNITED STAGES, ���������  Haydensvillp, Mass., May J6���������The Reservoir supplying the manufactoties of Wil Hams-  hargli and Hivydensville broke Ibis morning  a n d swept do w n th ^hil 1 s an d I h rou gh th est j  Villages, most com})Tclaly destroying them.  Whole houses and many factories were c*.ir-  Vied off. Many tenement block's were crushed  and Ibe inmates had not time to escape.���������  Dead bodies are constantly arriving; .33 have,  beea vecorered already. It is estimated I hat  100 persona hnve perished. Tbe water filling  the reservoir comprised 150 acres, and had  an av or age dep th o f 35 f e e t. It w as d ra w n  rip to supply ilie mills at WiUtarasburgh, Way-  'densyillo and Florence. Tbe reservoir was  bo ns true ted only 12 years ago. It caused  serious apprehensions of disaster last year,  &nd was repaired at heavy'expense and supposed to be perfectly secure although leaking.  Boston, May 16���������.Villages affected by the  ou tb reak o f. th e reset; v oh* are F1 o re tice, W i 1 -  li am sburgh, Hay d e ns v il I e a n d Leeds. They  are situated on Mill creek, which runs into  CouaoQtUttti Tho reservoirs were constructed  by: ski 1 fii 1 6hgineers ahd ��������� b'ulit after.the inost  appro ved modern methods.  ���������. A K oi%am p ton fee] eg rjim; esi i m a tes tlie; loss  of 1 ife:by flood at GO;. At Leeds several: per.  sons; w^re- drowned.. A' train has gone;tb;  Leeds -with provisions; ;yTh'e selectmen have  organised;20;mpu,at Leeds and20fi.at Worthy  ampton.::to ^earcli for b.odie3. in;co\irse Of  flood, 15 bridges, 12 f acton es aiid; 75 ^Viildy  i rigs have gone. '. Miefi. thousand people.;are  homeless.; > ��������� ��������� ,., r       '.'.''���������'*.'  A dispatch from'the scene of disaster on  the IC Hi gives! h e following parti culars :.,; A t  Skinneryi lie, Haytlcn & Qo.^ stores an d.^: the.  Hay den s v 111 e.; Sa vi n gs ll.ank,. w i ih the; saf e^,  we re b wept: away. .: Th e s a fo contain ed S35.,r;  000. At Leeds a terrible loss of MefifiioiM.  pi ace.;. At first u o w a terr a p pear ed,' b ii t a \v iii i  of drift ;\70od 30 feet high;and: several: hn^  d red fee t w i de a p pea red, s wee pi n g .down ilie  valley atiherate of 20fim)hh hn<hour. /'������������������;���������; fifififi;fi  The latest figures; up to:i7tli, of loss of life  from breal?!.rig o f reservei rs are 144; ; Jhese;  fign res only rep resent th ose b no wu to b e io0  Bodies "are constantly arriving. Tt isimpos :  si b 1 e to g iv e a n ac'c o a nt o f losses b eside^ ��������� the  houses destroyed, but it is pirobably heirless  than $2,000,000.;  . ���������   , ���������     ..''',  ,    y    ���������*   ;:    EDUOFE, , ;'"  y  London/ May��������� ������������������15tb~The. Gzar and party  reached  Buckingham, palace  lo-fiay..   .Imr.  mense crowds lined route of procession frota  Padd i ng to n s tatio n to the p ak c &���������.. Tbe Br in ce:  of Wales; GrandDuke; and yDekc of yilSmi  burgh occupied one carriage, and PrinceAr^  thur. the Pri n cecs of Wa 1 e������, an d the Ducli^s  of Ed inba rgh an other. T he la t tor was cheerffi  vt'hemenlly, jjecau3e;rit had been understood  1 ately that there existed ttjSitteriies^ :betweeni  her and;the Princess of ^\Saes an relation^  tbe question of rank.     v   *  -       y -   fifi    'fififi.  . t Versailles^May 15^-rTlie ball oL ihe Kai  Uonal Assembly. wa^erowded to-day, in  any  tlcTpatlon of ;an exciting .'session. ; Ihe^-  Presideat occupied bis seat as- the Bukef del  Brogli o In trod need h is pr oj ec t f or creattn g a;  .second Chamber aud read the 3&mistemV re^  port on the subject., Tke^e^?iec^'pfBre?t  dent McMahoh to the country kotefi warmly  praised and the method of strengthenmg life:,  hands pointed out. .Appealing to 'tlie members ol tbe Assembly, the: Duke said the Min������:  ' is try say you.' are- ;unwillirjgy toy eousivriite;;;^  clefinite Republie.. We do; ask you on your  co nscie rs ce. we ad v ise y p u to co niuruo true to  'pat ti a an ship tor '.some;, yeiirs, bnt 'you y.mus(  give first tne means fpr protecting and ;rbas-  mrance to society and.��������� to comuterce.:' The  roporl. proceeded to describe the .C^n%\r,  whicli is to-.be calledfi-Xhe .G-rand 'Oe(iitr(**.���������.  W hen cle Brogl io concluded there, w ere re-,  n ewed -pro tests-fromJ'Hh^^tsfr ''&$$��������� :fifiSv\Wfifiefisfi,  citeraont.   The bill was, tlieii; r^ad.aridre^  for red to a com mi ttee.; of 'sixty. _, No; f n r ther  b u si uess c oul d b e trans acted on ace b tin ifiot  the conftision Liv:.the;Ohamber, aud,the slfctiGg.*  was adjourned.   ��������� ���������" -':'.'���������"." ;-,-"';.' ��������� '-���������"' fifi'-Afi 'fifififi':  |v Paris, May,17^-Preside.nt McMa^dn hakde'i  cep ted the. resignation of the de, vBroglio  Cabinet .and has asked Gouliard to form a  n e w Mini s l ry.    G oul i ar d i a  a c ce j) flog.: the  Premiership declares -that.his, policy will, be;  to carry const!lutionai bills throngh, the As- i  setnblv  aad complete live .prolongation;.oi  -McMabon^B powers.   It is reported that Gouliard is forming the Government from the  Right Centre, Conservatives,' and portion of  Left Centre, y  .MISCELLANEOUS.-^.  MISGELLAKEOtjg.:  y.\ -fiSiffi fifi ���������.-' fi-'i   :.-;  ���������.,;.-            . ,^.fi-?S  '*.*$ fi:.'   fit - --'-'-fi  A       y          ]  '    -:\r>  fifi,'fiT .  ��������� ��������� 'fi '';..{,;)  ".'-���������'������������������   y-.fi  'fififififi'fifi fififififi  fi''y I','.-fiS~-.fi:'fi'fi";-������������������,:?���������  ,      VV    '  fifi  fififififi fi fififi fififi  fifi fifit  fifi'- fififiAfififi  -fifis-fifimfifififi  fifi-fifi.  fiyfi-fix -y-.fi   fit  ���������"yfi.-fififififi'A*.  AfifififififififififififiA  '������������������-���������--:��������� yS.yWfi.fi-fi  ������������������:  :..      ���������    } .-���������' 'V'l':   v   *.'���������  1 s     fi     fifififi  fi'fi: fifiy- -fifi  ~yyfi--['sy.fifiy:-fi  fifi'- .. AM  fifififiyfifififififi:  S- Kfe'S  &ro^facial Secretary's Office. .;'  -4lh'April, 1874. ^    ' ,  * Hi������ .liixcejbncy It^^Lieutenant-Goyernftr  hai been^lepedv to^ dppbinty the; foil owing  gentlemen;/to* tie]; Collectors under the.pTOt  visionsitf'tfe^fi^  of. Ybtera Act, 1S74?':������������������ \  *i ������������������'  Elebtoiral Dislridiof yitAoria City���������R. Woodsy  .y  .,/rfqi.   4, ; y -.  Eleetdral-Bistnct of^" Victoria Diatrict-r-Iames  ''    Mclimbyle,-Esqi.   ,..'., ."  Electoral District of- Ss&nimalfc-:J^G>Viuter^  fi.fiyy$m'^ ���������-������������������������������������"-������������������������������������  Ele&bmHlv  island  I;  V ; ��������� "fififififi ���������.fifififi.fiy.fisAfififi.fifififififi'fififififi:'A^fifififififiyfifififififi-fifi,  :y l ^STANLEY, pIGHTNING CREEK,': <:fi ������������������  '-'.' .';���������' ���������"'. ������������������'-','' ���������:���������'-. ��������� '...'j:'.-'" s'sfifisfi': i'.'':,:': fififi.fi -fifi-'---'..:: ",S ' ':-y-.,: -���������;   ���������':    '.-' ���������  fifififi sJ^fiym ifififififififi;- fififififi fifififi^fifififi^d^i^pxfififi'^  i^L Tho Tahli furnished withytlie b est the tnar^aV"'  aflbfiis,     ...   fi'fififi-sy '��������� fi//vm. i.V '���������-'"������������������ -y/y.my36my  ���������:.:  fi<C.   v    STANLEY, LIGHTNING OEEEK,^;  iPv.yMpBERMOTT,      ��������� fix*   , ������fi   ?&opuietob,.>  :j^I  Goyitehm Polling';DivisIony'Archibiilffi J  .    ., fi. ...A, ..   ,, >. i yAt :   m t..,. w * _..,...,.,. :fi ���������  '���������'$S0fhe best^ne3, ti4n^s,;ftn(tyCigara &t thV  r^3ur, aadjall visitors made happy and comfortable.- .  '|piyBfioriififififififififi '-fi'-fi.'fififififi-.:fifififi' fi fisfi:'';'fi": fi":'':���������'���������:-  my-.it  Wfififififiy  ��������� fiyy:fiyvfi. ������������������.: ��������� ���������* fifififi:.y-y sfi -i ��������� fiy-fifi-fifi ������������������ y::A.sfi-.  Electoral District''of New Westminster Cily- -  fififiyfifi& fcele. Esq     -  Electoral District of Nerw Westminster T)i&~.  ;    * \ric-t���������Unrrard ; inlet' Polling Division,-  .     Jciiathaii Miller, Rsc     > y   fi eAininster  "y aiiaKort5r^nn.Bo'Hi������g:j)I^isio'ns, jA^dolr:  .   phijs -Pecle, Esq.   ehilliwback and Sh-  y   ma^s Polling f;r.isionsi' Donald McGilli-  vVayyEsri. ' Lanjrlev'Polling Division,  Jaraes Mdckie, Esci-" South   Vrm Polling  fi. fi ..fiDlfifi i.un;,-fW^'tt^ fifi fifififi fifififi  &ie&6i& Dis'irlet of / s,-.le^a&Perry:0ip6fc  ' fifi, ahdTOld ilorise .Oreel^3^g;^rvdsionsl  .C. BoQtb. Esq, -^ *  Electoral Distnct: of ,Ya\e^Taie, and Hope  , " tolling Divisions, W, Teague, E:iq..   , .���������  :;;   ��������� fc^t ton ]?eilin| Divi&ion^George^Cdxoti,  Esq.      ;������������������'���������:  Cache GreekvPolIing Division, J, Gamp-  bell, Esq,    -;       .fi  y   ��������� fi-fi *���������  ���������  ,  ^KamloopsjPolungyDivMcm, J;Boyd^ Esq;  'Nicola Lake^Polling ^visipn^ J-Clappeiy  ton, Esq. .t " f,* ,;^rj  Okatva^an PoHingDivfeion^gBpntrEsq;  Eock Greek Pbtling IKyiswn,Sfeingtotf  Pnce, Esq.  Eteciohl District of Liliboetr-Lillooet-Polling Division, A, W. Smith, Ikq- ������������������      fififi  fi.y'fMvtmfiBrd\^  Canoe -.Creek"-Polling Division, Jl*;P.  ���������,���������'-��������� ���������;���������,   Eitchie, Esq/      : *        ''fifi -"A'.fiyfi.-  Ktectoral -Distnct of Caribop.-^Riclu1eld;Poll:  ing Divisipn, James Liu.ds.ay. Esq,  fi  A.: loghtning PelHng..-JDiviaippi 3amnal Ar-  cher.EVq. *  ;       "��������� ���������   ..  ���������   (Jaesnelmoath Polling Division, A;- Bar-  -. low, Esq. ��������� -    ;:������������������;.. '  - ��������� - . ��������� v.,-  WUiiams Lakeh;Polimg Division,: Wmr  :fi:    Pinchbeck, Esq.   ' ���������'���������"  '>���������--.;",-'.''*   *  -   Keichley Creek Polling Diyistou, G.-Hare,  ���������y   v'Esa.    - ;..-���������.,.    ::       -     ' ������������������   fi ::'-fi ��������� '  :'; OniitiecayPollingipivlsiqni:F.;PageJE3q>  fi .fifi..--- fifi.    -��������� my3 '' '"'���������.   fi-  fifi  (w^;  .-fi.fi  .... M   ' ,T  ' fififi  'fis;y .:fi  '.y-, ys  PBOPEIETOSv  iffiGS^rated;  W& be, man*^a,ct^red;.&nd-So&: pyy^oicsale: aid^B*  tail in itsi poirity,^und  The^hsslfliiqxuM'S '^.MgSiM  ���������,     .fi/:      ���������;������������������������������������'     ' ���������"     ...    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'-���������    >--fifi--: ..-:..������������������.-,_,���������,  constantly kept on hand"."* ^fifiA" ~ *"   T ~ "u~-~ L '  Wim' Lodgiiig!I3epartiiiiat  will ;be always carefully attended to, a������d the bes^  Bods and, ttccoiuiuodation provided tor their cu^*  tom<?rs������-       -    .::fi' fififi-,.: "   ��������� ilel8  n  ���������&SZ3������������S&3X2832BSSti,  TT  & Bal  -tm&. &fiPE&������m$& "fififi  -'-   Oolehrated " "' -"  VVGR GE ST ER SHIRE   SAeCi  1      'i       Declared by Connoisseurstu bo-        u"  ' , /tEE ONLY   GOOD SAUCE;     '  p.N  au  rw\  &   D  ORG TO ANNOUNCE THAT TIILY H.AYKKRMOVPD  11   tu the f-ji-tckias in'Oniiscs rnnn^rty kiiown us t.t.o  St.  Georgo Bal������ou, whoro ttifcy will be at all thias-  prcparocl to 'furnish  BOARD    AND    MEALS  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY,  The   BAR tl furnishod with tho finest AYINES,  LltiUOKd aud CIGARS.       *  y  ENGLISH DRUGSKMy;  PATENT M������DiCiNESvv  PROPRIETARY ARTICLES,  Chevalier's Life fqr u������e Hair  COUGH LOZENGESj ������&c,, &k"fifi  Boar  $12 'per Week,  . p&* Teeth' oar  traoted and Filled.  ���������pB* Presetiptio ns and family, Ilooipes ae  curalely prepared, : '���������'���������������������������fififi fififififi..  tfataviUe, No\',;20, tmy ���������Afifififi^Q^.  '���������:., Cantibn .agaihs t Fraud .���������Tli o. suec osk nr tl*  Ynost. dGlJcions and   unrivalled Coitdmitnt. ImvTui  my  inxji  euro tho gcnuiaojis to;  ASK  FOB  LEA   &  PERKINS'   SATJCUl  mid Iosoo that tholr names aro upon tho-witAprw*,  LA*0KLS,3T0ri'EIl,and BOTTLE.   "  Some of tho foreign markets liavlug boon supplied  .with a spurious WorccsiorsliircSaucOjUpon the wrap*  per and Labels of whicb tup names of Leu and Peril ns  ti ave b ou n forge d ^ Xifi and P.' give "not Ice that th ey  havo lu vnished ,t he i r correspondents wi tli power ol  attorney to tafe e i nfeta n't- proe'eodii������ ������s' against -maxij*-.  faoxuueks and v e*s ������ on s o I*su.cb:, o r a ny other imita*  tip lis by wli I e li t'h e i ti iglit m ay be ihryibgo d, ���������.  Aslsfov'LEA & PEBRlkS' 'Sauce'ancl��������� 6Je0 '  Name on ��������� W rapp������ r, Lab e I, Bottle - an4  . .Stopper. -."v..'-'.'������������������..''-.'���������:.���������' :���������;.'���������:-���������'���������*''.  . Wholesalo rmd for export, hy the proprietor's, '-Wo^  cestcr; Crosa-j ^ Bl^ckvvoll,: London, &oit- &c-i j - aa'J  i^y^G.roQers aad - Oilmen.unW^suliy������ -    :'  ......  I j   .  AA.  j.v^^^fi*f^.ySiy fifififi^'': ���������     "    fifi*'    '   '  ���������   . ������������������     'M' .  "    fi- "V  r  s:  SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1874.  THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY.  !���������*'' ��������� ������������������!?���������������������������_    '  The.birthday of the best of women, the  ���������wisest of rulers, will he celebrated, on Monti ay. next by tbe inhabitants of Barkerville  ���������and, vicinity in their usual loyal a*nd hearty  . manner. Th.e.lovo of law and order-which  the British people manifest in every, part of  the world in which their lot may bo cast is  typified in the person of the illustrious woman  who' now guides the destinies of the  Empire; and tie history of Cariboo is proof  that the love of law. and order has been  eminently inherited from their progenitors by  tbe hardy men who in -this remote part  of the   continent   are* laboring .<to  build  . up another", of the great! iPrpvincesycf  t h e Empire of which the .Queen Mo tier may  well be^proud. Under tbe folds of the TThlorj  Jack we bavo been permitted to carry puHho  development of this new country in:the:nt-;  most peace and^securUy. .Life.and..property  nre safe, the laws justly administered, and the  f'-llestnioasure of political liberty guaranteed  to  the people unier pnr system or RespoO-  . table Government, /And' why should we hot,  in return for tbeae. great blessings, annually  tesiify our adoairdtion of the noble system of  ' <Jo vera ra e\i t ty p ificd i n the p erso h of Vi c toria,  ..    nnd which has exalted, the British people  amongst tlio nations of the earth ?   The. spirit  of a nation never dieth ; and if in assisting in  this distant appanage of the Empire to build  .tip another great nation on the American continent, we follow up  the love of law and  order, the desire for an advancing civiliza-r  tion, manifested by the Mother of Nations,  ...the  superstructure  of  the New Dominion  of the North will be raised oh solid and last-;  '.; lug'/foundations.    "'God save the  Queen!  Tub Roads.���������Wil mot succeeded la taking  his wagon on Thursday as far as Hedeas, and  from Lightning up totbe head of the canyon,  thns leavingonly about'three, miles of "tho  road impassible for wheels. - We are informed  that Wilinot has offered to ebovel the snow  out of the canyon for $75; Competent judges  say it. is worth at least $100 to do so, and as  the' canyon, has to ;be shovelled out sooner or  later,:tho. public hope that the Government  Agent, whose duty it is to attend to these  matters j will'see that it is. done without delay.  The ��������� Government, with commendable  promptitude, has given the necessary instructions to/grade and gravel the road between  VauWinkle and Stanley immediately."  NOTICE.  THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED A  I   Partnership for g������ncr..r tradingpnrposos, tu be  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.' '  VftnWinfcJc, May 1st, 187 4-.* _  ,1. a "SEEDY..  ���������A. TOWNSKNO.  riiylb  NEW ADVERTISEilENTS.  longi-may she  glorious '."  reign  over  us,  happy   and,  -. .--..*~+fi._....  y.r^^r,.^,.-. ���������  <?!'������������������.;  A   PUBLIC MEETING will be held at the Theatre  xL   RoynJ, Barkerville, :���������   ' r"  ON MONDAY EVENING, MAY 25,  M halfpast- Seven o'clock, to take steps tor tlie cete-  br Uion of Poraiiiion Day. . .   roy23  A   PUBLIC MEETING will bo held at.STANLEY,  A   Lightning Crack;  ON -WEDNESDAY BVENING,..WAY 27,  for the purpose of taking 'step.* for tini proper phserv-  anoc of tho approaching Holidays. mylS  On Thursday, May 28th.  Af{TWELVE O'CLOCK, NOON,;;.  HAY   RANCH,  near Vallcv Monntain^.containius One .Hundred and,  T\vcntv AcVes, all under fence, ineli*.dirigrlar^e Bam  on Ranch and liarn between Cinnemnton arid.Barter  villo, to he put tip in one tot. Also,"a DWF.LLING-  HOUSE ad limine the Wesk-yan Chapel;, stable at the  ,   .__.- , ,.c T>..>-r������rV,itn Dmt-   I.nmhor W;iC"Jn. iurco  Nfif> ADVERTISEMENTS.  V'.li4S;%3T;ltECBITEliv:'y fifi.  a srLENbib',_'AgsoB^T^y*;pi:^,-_ ���������  priiig: and Slimmer  ...  MfiV ��������� X  ,rv ^"1������ .  Keep on hand everything  REQUIRED IN A MINING CAMP.  Selected from  tne best House .in Victortay. J.  ..yV-TURNEU'-&>CO.^;-;-:.;  K  The patronage so lihcralty oxtendod to tho old firm  is respectfully solicited for tlie tmvf.      ' my 10 Cm ���������  WORK ON THE C. P. RAILROAD  MAY  BE DELAYED,  Et*T  S.OB* '  Blacksmith.,  -." - Stanley.  13 at his old stand, and is prepared lo do  ALL KINDS OF WORK IN HIS LLNTE; ���������  Promptly, artistically, and at the lowest going rates.  ��������� N.B.���������Having   a   LATKS   ou   tho   premise?,  Turned "Work made a specialty. "  my 16 Sm'..  LADIES1 TRtMMi5D: HAtS,C v.!;;T*: ���������:  ��������� ��������� pancWSilkh;;-:-.^^:^:^ H-:& ���������. "fifi  DRESS PATTERNS,  ���������:'M'ERINO^-^---^. v,y,-.-:  fifififi V&AXti&i '���������' -fifi ifi':.'  fi'fifififii.fi ;fi:PO?imSyfi" fiAfifi'-fi  fiy fifi, fiyfi- 'fiyfi.fi BXiA^ ALPAGAs  I/argo an d sma 1] sixes, an d ;Chifdrt &'s..  -   BEST FRENCH CORSETS,    ���������  ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS, fiyfi ���������  .   'RIBBONS. - :.   fififiiA. fiA'A ''��������� -fififififi '  LADIES' ^UNDERCLOTHES, .  FANCY FRINGE, .  .���������/-:-y;yBtrTTONS,-.y 'fifififififififififififi  jyySEWINa.:SILK, ,&e.  Gent's & Boy -s Straw Hats  SILK SHIRTS; NECK TIESy;BO\YB,    ^  SCARFS; -BUTTERFLIES,: &o,.;';��������� fififi  vmy92m ;..'fififi , fifi  -'-y,.  3gers;  &  _    -,-7,,,;>..,        TnE WORK OF CONSTRUCTION;  . -..- ��������� ;.*. y-:-'V-'"'.^^lt..iwin be seen by the telegrams publi3bed  '.'������������������"-' In aoothg^^cplnmn that the ;McKeiizie Gov-  ' erhmenV'notwithstanding  the   short   time  ���������-fifififi;  allowed it - for maturing a new scheme for  "building the Canadian Pacific^ Railway, has  determined to commence tho work of eon  . struction in British   Columbia  during'  the  present year, and a sum of $1,500,000 has  br-en placed on the supplementary estimates  lor that purpose.  It ia apparent that Sir Mackenzie doubted tlie wisdom of asking Parliament to vote money for the construction of  tt road, the surveys of .which are. not yet com-  j-)leted, and the route by which it i3 to reach  The seaboard still undecided and an open  que tion.   Mr Mackenzie was perfcapg jus-;  fcified in this hesitancy-.but. when it was shown  by Mr DeCosmps,; backed up by the strong  demands of our Local Government for the  immediate commencement of the road, that  work' could be commenced on the Island at  ieast this present year, the hon. leader of the  Dominion Government  promptly waived his  objections and placed  the sum above mentioned on the estimates as an earnest of his  intention to carry out as soon as practicable  the railway bond entered into by the Dominion.   ������<������ ������ ������������������--���������^  lower end of Barkcrvillo, pray," i.mnber Wagon, thrco  J Sleighs, one Ox;;- Yoke, two Ox Ch:   ,A   *.^^, v,<v v,������  ^..iunSj-^Gtlndstono, j  Scvthes and Snathes, two drart Horses a.ndfH.arncss .  Cast Iron Cooking-Stove, Sheet Iron Stoves; and a  quantity.cf   V-V. "'.1,;'      ';���������.'{  HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,.&c?&c.  ������-^ No Reserve. G^O. BVItNRS,     "���������  ^yo^ ;��������� ��������� ���������    Auctioneer.  Barkerville Queen's Birthday Celebration,  ���������  MONDAY,  MAY   25th,   1874.  $5  7  5  Titk Malvlaxp GuAitorAX.���������Tho'.malicions  attacks of Mr J. K. Stiter, edilor of the Main-  *  tand Guardian, upon Mr Hugh Nelson, a gentleman universally   respected   in  tho   New  Westminster district, and widely known as a  member of Che enterprising  firm of Moody,  Dietz & Nelson, have provoked Mi Nelson so  .much, that that gentleman last week was compelled to correct ihe editor iu perhaps the  only way o.pen to him���������namely, by slapping  |,im in the face and warning bim not to continue his attacks.   Mr Nelson was of course  brought up before tbe Magistrates on a charge  of assault preferred by Mr Suter, and fined  the nominal sum of $2 50, the Court no doubt  'akin* into consideration the repeated pro-  -vr^ifons ho had received.    We  hope thin  weii-m^'M chastisement of Mr Suter  will  liave tbeVect of checking what the New  Westminster Herald rightly terms ������ the  vulgar license ot our contemporary.''  PROGRAMME OF SPORTS !  Quoit Tournament (tb commence at II  a.m. sharp) distance 18 yards, prize,  Foot Race, 1.00 yards, >   -   -   -   fifi.-  Backward Race, 50 yards,     -   -   -..-  Three-Legged Race. 50 yards,   -  Vaulting High Jump, ,"- AJ   -   -   ...  Running High Jump,   - "-    -   -  Hop, Skip and Jump,   -   ���������   -   -  Standing Jump,   .:------  Boys and Girls' Race, handicap,       ���������  Scrub Race (open to all, not less than  six to run. last out to pay winner) -  Foot Race, To yards (winner of 100 yd  * race barred)    -   -   -   Sack Race, 50 yds, ���������  ..  ��������� Entrance Fee 60 cents to all of the above  sports, excepting Scrub Race aud lloys and  Qirls' Race.  IIORSE-RACING.  Horse Race, 300 yards, best 2 in 3.     $20 00  Ilorse Race, 300 yards (winner of 1st.  race barred out)   -   -   -   . ^:   .   '  Enliaace to horse races $ 1.  00  50  0������  o 00  5 00  5 00  5 00  5 00  2 50  Why Drink your Tea and  Cofiee without Milk? ���������  WHEN' .  f HE PIONEER MILKMAN, who ts at his  L   old stand on- .-:...���������  LIGHTNING   CREEK,.      ;  Is prepared to supply Miilc to Miners at tlieir Cabins  at 75 Cents, end "to-'Hotels at 50 Ceiits r������er  Gallon. '  '    ,. *    myn>  ���������  BARKRRVILLE,  Axictioneer, C >mmission  and Mining Agent,  APPMiSEIt  AHD_ C03YEYA3CEB.  JtSJ-Goods received nnd stored in FIRE-PRO OF  CELLAR, and libera- advances nsade on s;init:, at  reu-ouable rate?. inyufirn-  00  00  $15 00  Tl^r- National Salute at 12 noon.  Previous to the Quoit Tournamerit, a contest between members of (he IWkervillo Fire  Brigade will.take place for a prize of $10 for  first water thrown from the different tanks.  ���������fijfi^i" A G rand Prog'ramme o!  Sports and  Horse Races for Dominion Day Celebration  will appear in next issue of Skntinkl.  By order of the Committee.  ~~ NOTICE.  In thfi mat'er of the Estate and EITocts of  ED4VABD n. K������JiIBAI,L,dec������a������!d.  [Sucoo^sor^fei-'D, Kiut������:&' Q.ofifill ififi  ��������� - 'i^oM^fi^fi^^^-^fi-fiyA--  LIQUORS-,:.  CIG-ABS, :-'..'.  TOBACCO,  Ay:fi&M$mBfim������fi,  fififififififims^fiis^fiB^  Dry Goods an<i ���������': lotliia g.  ' E^TRA'vF'LOuifififi'.  KjU.tiJQM  O:  j@G5- Ail Goods of. the Best QuaUty. and *l lli#  Lowest Prices..   ,. ..��������� "  Hark^-vilie; Mav 0,   fifi .. fiy. . ��������� myO.������m..  . < ;'���������  r  HAS OH HAND  A VvTELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF  Rb KIMBALL;'Dkceased..  RENDERS    ABE    IN\1TED    BY    THE  1    undersigned Cor tiic  Store    and   well-assorted  Stock of Goods  therein, on K?HMoy Orfcek.  A complete Inventory ot the Estate on Keithley  Cruek.bas been taken by the u������jdcrjfigac<t. Any per-  son wishing to inspect or got a copy of. the same can  do so on application to tU'.- tindernghcd, or inspect  tho stock at the Store OjjkKeitlitey Creok.  Copies of the Invcnii^ m;iy be'se^n nn application  to Mr Bates, 150 Mile post, aud to Mr Barry, Fork's of  Quesnel.  Tenders to be sent in on tbe basis of the Inventory,  and 'my pomis sold up to date of Tender b-jn^ ac-  ci'ptcd wil J he deducted from the auuHiat Of Tender  :it BaikervilU' rat������;s and fr.-iuht to Iv- hhby.  The lij^'hi.'Ht or nuy Tnnd������������r not nrc-'S-iar-ily n cep red.  S'-ated Tend'-r-- will he rec-ivtid hy the. un'Ji *,-i^n������,.l  ut hiH olllce in C.'irkervillt up lo nexm on the i;0ih day  of May, 1S74.  (3EO. BYRNES,  Barkervlll*, April 23. 1-ST-t mv 3  GROCERIES, ..yy  ONS,  i O  C,  s������'n<l in   tl*cir ficco'ttiits,. duly  the 1st day of July, 1S71, to  CH:AS. K. P0OLKV.  . Oillclal Adiniuiair.ttorJ.  Da tod Victoria, l*t April, 1874.    .  PUBLIC HOT  "VJOTTCE IS nEP.KBY GIVfiN IhntaT.i-l of nil Per-  IN kous liable to \r>y Jto.nl Tax for 1*14 within tho  Richfield Polling Dhi.-i>m of Cariboo can hi- pecu at  the Court House, Richfield.  JAMES LINDSAY,  Collector of Kond T-ix.  Rich field, J.uinnry 14. IS 74. uiyft ltn  SURVEYING-.  PARTIES     INTENDING     TO     A\rAIL  *- til ems elves of the now Mining Iav.' and to put  clmso tlieir ������n.ue.������i, can biv.) iiiy E?urv*uy of the same  and Map.? made i:y addressing  CAPT. O. J. TRAYAILLOT.  COME ALONG WITH YOUR CASH  /i^ AND GET BARGAINS,vW  myO -   ���������   ��������� ��������� -  The fl,000,000 Loan  CiMBIM PiC IFIC EAIIEOAB  min'u^; " ST-0 -R n  Quesaiolmontli, B.CV  Where there aro still plenty of the bwt  British Coluuibl-*  FLOUR,  brand* ���������*  LILLOOET B1UNS of 1873,  And other Farm Produce, at VERY LOW IUTKS.  Also, a general aasortmont of  GROCERIES,  DRY, GOODS,  BOOTS   &   SHOES,  HARDWARE and DRUGS.  ftir Commission, Rtorng'Vft&d Forwarding -business  douo al ritasoiiabbJyratCrt.  jiiyS oia  JAS.   R������1D.  gin  EPS5? ,!?K  ���������  ���������I  H������  Wmm. v  R  Mfimm- Porm*  Not  st as  reek,  ill I  le lo;  jribii  ^^^P  scribe  ia'adj  ������9 s3-  Yic  :(*������(! g  )f Br  Th������  orV  Tin  Iny v  iGore  WfflBBlm'vn*,f>  ���������HBiob.-']  W$ffi<"&*-'  ���������fflpy'Hi  ^^^^pn  rn;  mWmSPV{J'A''*  ^^������fat;-ril.  ^^&': ������' j  '^���������||n;a  p  mmi w*  wmv'yy}  W&$i' A. ''''''���������  2|ff^n..y,!  jBEfc1^'*'  Wst^v t  HI ���������Yi  ^B.tniirc  ^ffi? this  Wm& f?rt;Ul  Wm. (iriJp  mm 3S V(  Hi ' ^'  Hiln"'  Wm. bran  ��������� Mr-  HI-Fish  H      A  mm earn  ^B on 6  H     0  Bi yesl  Bi lUil  ^S an e  ^8 and  mm tew  HI"Nipi  Sm ado  IB mor  m.   w  wm abl<  soil  bia  vi o\  cun  tax  . \  fan  f'OQ  soil  'ftivt  the  con  \  Ooi  del  the  Tn  one  cut  s   *  m   roa'  M   ho v  B to'  m  m  m  ���������  mm-  H  m  }fi$������i ������^$M&,  "C<  '������������������THE.C.  fim&m  SB  m  ���������  H  ; SAOTRDSY? MAT 23, 1874.  Notice}.���������Mr Liiidsay, of Van Winkle, will:  tiet as agent;for they Sentinel on Ligh thing  Creek, and all orders left with that gentieinen  will be pronipdly .attended ;��������� to^ fififi- Par ties at  the lower- end or Ligb'tnibg' desiroiis; of sftj>|  pcribing. wil I please leave their orders- at Me*  Bermott's, Stanley. 'fSejit*byyMail to \sub-  scribers at the. rate of; $1 per month, payable  io advance.      ��������� -...,- >���������;.-.  VICTORIA.^  WfiM   'Vic tori a; May 2 0T M r Job ri God fel 1 o w ru c-  IBl cpftd^AIr.JT. A,yyu'zi;as'--Mnn{j^eryof ihe Bank  0:m of BKHslfNoi'tb.America in this cifv  The Pn n ce Al fred sails from. San Francisco  or Victoria to-day. ������������������Afi.fifiy..J'AJ,i-fifi .  w&at    The.second dayVshooling came off yesfcer-  B9������' d ay w i 1 h the fo! lowing, resuIt: :������������������Foilr hi<rllest  |1|������ scores:���������Ensign-Wol fen den. 55 5 Cnlor:Ser*  f||||gennt Wilsoir; 5'2 '^������������������PHvatey-BntlW/^B'f Pri.  Sv ntft AVilliams. 5 3.   This: m akes W ol fen d e'n  jSp0f>, Butler. 102,;>The shooting, to-do* witl'de-  ������ii<-?d*\ who will'rcprescpty-BrHish.' Columbia at  ^KAVimhlt'do'ii.:   '.''.' y "fififi.} fi fifififi-AAfifififi fififi Afi fi fififi  RB-- Veslerday afternp$ri TdK IIolsoDk- employed  ||||||1>y.-Hthfiord!".&:;.Hieken,;in endeavoring to stop  IBfa. run a wavy horse in .Gevernment street. was  nocked d own; trajfypl ed^under.Too funnel 'run  ver. sustaining injuries,: which, may; prove  natal.   f;";" -A ��������� fi'.' '��������������������������� '   ;��������� -..'j. y fi '��������� ���������'...'��������� ������������������'.,_ fi '���������  0 t -iwAi - Mayv^fJCSViiv Ganacl'an^Railway  :i 1 .passed ;the,;Htnis'a-last' i������ighi-fifiThe b 1 It;  ^Bffijj^^ting..Telegraph':Monop0 iy- passed tbe  S^^P^^nnto^   . .'���������'    ".'"-,'������������������..,���������:.'���������     '   .   "        fififi'  :;. f?|V i c to r i a,, May 21*���������The co mp e titive she ot*  '    'TJTng '"'' *v nan 'to   represent Ihe   Province  at  ", Wimbledon in. July next waa decided yester-  ' - fi    :������ay    R-isien   Wolfenden��������� winning by 4- poirUb  yfi/mfr   Prt^ntp  Boiler, an-1: 2anoints.ovpr-Pri-  ^^^^gtti-.Newb^fryr Mv'Wolfenden Will leave for  j^^^^po'>land on'next, pteamer. .'���������'���������'. fifififififiAfififi Afi fififififififiyy  ^^^p: The report of the hon, Minister-of Public  f^^^P^,1,'lc-sii:is:tbe;f<.dlowing in.'-���������-refeVe.nce?^;/;:the  |1 fi������-%������P e f ii te n ti a ry.: Plans ar e, 0 0 w i n c 0 u r.se of p re  ^^SB^ ar all o n li y tli e rl ep iir tm enty fp r ttu s: b ni 1 d i ng;  I^^BA'^ ^ n m 'TM da tioMAvl j 1; h 'e. p-i*^'vj.ded^ fo r the ��������� sta ff  and so to amend the measure, as to insure an  iramediate..pr.osecution of the. work; oh the  whqle Hue fro hi 0 tta wa. river, to the PaciSo.  y.  fi  r y     tTNITBDSTATES,    "[.fifi  ;. i^ew ��������� Yorki: Mfiy.; 18-^-A;; Northanip tori dispatch ^aya the Gosh en jreaer voirs, ab on ty half  as large, and considered inferior In;; streiigth  to the reservoirsywhick burst oa. Saturday,  were visited by the people, who compelled  tli'ejgate-lceeper to open the.^afedf-ihereservoir till they^m^y could: be ekamiued. and  sirengtbened.' ' .*  -      ���������'"   ���������fififififi  Washington, May ID^The marriage of Miss  Grant to Mr; Sartori;takes: place on Thursday.  .Only intimate-friends;invited, and the .only  foreign v^presentatiye;;S  and-lady.:< ���������-: -- ������������������ A A: fi....'' . ~ ��������� , fifi fi. - -fi.  yy.Tbe:Congress of yMexico has appropriated  $70,000. to provide proper represent\\tion at  Centennijil Exhibition at .Philadelphia.^ f !p ,  fifi- Washington, fi May 20���������A' lete from^ the  Mayor 6 f New Gr h an s to a gen tl em an. here  says un 1 ess appr.opriations for���������'-, relief of.suf-;  ferers;'there'be '��������� increased^ 'thousands ��������� must  per.iah. ': ;';���������'������������������':       -" '���������"���������'''  : Pi i ch mo n d,. Var, May = 20���������Bt Uish se.ttl ers  in Virginik:^rill;celebrate anniyerBaryvipf^tlie  Queen's birthday.  ���������fififi ���������''fifiifififi'fififi-fNROVK fififififi^fififi-fi  MINING COURT.  AM^&  ���������Mmm  Mmmm  fi:-Wi$M  fli  Hi  TiQymale, and 12 female prisoners.   The  ge n������ ��������� rsilii 1 te rnal. ar f an gemeu t:. of cells is.: si rn i  1 ar to tb ose in the Cen trtf 1 prisen at Toro n to..  It wil I; be so arrauged - as to be' increased at  anv future time,    , ,;      .*   .      ' y, y  fifi Victoria.: ;;May ;22--Tbot*da:s School eyV who  murdered Heery Fore man on 22d Jan nary  Ua^ii. was hanged 'ini tlm Jail 'jrft^ftlflt-^y'eliS^t  : tl 1 i s m 0 r n i n ������. T he prison er died ex p re^si ng  -r reu ten utri tion.. He did not m 0 ve af te r the  drop fell, his neck being broken. Schooloy  whs ji native of New York, and aged: about  38 years, 'fi AfiA A-'ifi'' Afi '..'���������������������������>���������.;'. fi. ''fififi^.'..' fi  Mr Alexander, of this ci ty, left this ra ore ^  t n g" w i tb Mr. Morris {to; op en" the Barkerv ill*3  branch of the Bauk of British North America;  Mr Tolmie also goes up. to, joiny Mr Isaae  Fisher in the Bank of British Columbia.  A c a r p e a te r nam ed Sh e ph erd, w h i 1 e; b ui 1 d  ing a fence in Lake District, was sun strucl  0 n \\Tedne^d.%yj aiid.'in0 jr 1 ies in a veryLP  carious situation. .      ���������  _      Senator Coraw^til was lying ill at Ottawa  wS on 6th May of yariloid. ;  ^H Ottawa, May 21���������The debate in Parliament  yesterday oa.second reading: of the Pacific  Railroad Bill,- ��������� I) r.' T tipper pro tes ted agai u st  the scheme, contending .that it would involve  an expenditure of upwards of $200,000,000,  and even then, through the proposition to  temporarily abandoia the section between  Nip ego n and Ni pissing, 116 miles, being  adopted, Canada would be depeudent six  monihs in the year ou American lines for access to the Northwest,  Mackenzie argued that the country was unable to construct a through line on Canadian  an il at present, and he notified Bri lish Coin m-  h i a Ih a t th ey n eed n 01 expect th at. the wo rk  would be prosoculed more rapidly than cir-  c urns tin ces would admit without increased  taxation.'  Mr DoCosmos, in a long speech, argued in  favor of tbe construotioii of a line with a 3  foul Gk inch gunge, exclusively on Canadian  soil. l\y using trestle work insteud of expensive grade, and by the exercise of economy,  the road need not cost oyer ,690,000,000, aud  could be completed within seven years.  Walker, Vice-President of Sir Hugh Allan's  ompany, staled that the reasons why the  delegation to England in 1872 failed to raise  the capital were the hostility of the Grand  Trunk and the Pacific Scandal, which frightened capitalists from iu vesting in Canadian  enter prises������  No attempt was made to divide the House  on tbe measure, and it is probable that a 3d  reading, will pass unopposed. Iii the Senate,  however, an attempt will probably be made  to limit las powers given the Government,  i/bniloh- May li-iTheCzai^a nephew Nicho^  las is under arrest for stealing his- mothers  diamond^ yHeji^a son of the .Grand Duke:  Constantine, and 24;years of age.  : Mor to n, for 'many * y ea rs ni an ager 0 f th e  Lrtii don Ti mes, in dead. Tozie, the celeb rated  Fre n cli sin g^r "^n/l? aclreS3t: d ied re cen tly vat  Pari3 of grief^cc^ioiied by the loss of .he^  ^angbler,  In the House of Commons to-day.Bonrkey  Under^SecreUry fi for. Foreign fiepartmenr,  stated: that: the Government of Gnat am al a  .offers an i n de m ni ty and rep ara t ion for on t-  rage committed upon;,British 'Vice-Consul  Magee.   A- ��������� -y.   ��������� -. ... ��������� v  .' .*: .*  fifi par is, fi May IG J���������Th e vote- 0 h the; qu est i 0 n: 0 f  the propriety of the Electoral Bill was taken  in the National Assembly this allernoon and  res 11 Hed i n the de fea t of the Go ve rnmen t by  6 4" vq tes. The \Mi u is try thereu pon tendered  their resign a|.ion.   ,; A sfi. fififi'" y-1  A Mad rid sp ec t al says that ih e tie w Go v-.  erh m eo t. in ten ds -to restore titles t of nobility  and subsidisingyclergymen,       '   '' ���������  Madrid, May 19���������Severe Rkirmishing be-  twaen Rep\iblicans andCaiflists jeccurred in  neighborhood: of BUboal 'Thes Carlists; attacked and were repulsed'w;Hh lieayy loss.  London, May 19th���������The Czar reviewed the  troops to-day^ will visit Woolwich to-morrow  an d inspect Government tf 0rks and docks.  Paris,; May 19^Moderate Right -object to  any imperaonal septennal because it would  be equivaleut--to the resignation of the Re-1  public, te ire me. High t are delermined to  oppose (rv) n il 1 aro 0r 'myc0ther ehief; 01 Min-  isfry who^e plat Ienn embraces adoption ;vof  Consviimrotml Bill* ���������'  ������������������I5aybnn������\fifty IB���������The Cur Hat Command er^  iuiCmef is t^rchitigupoji Es^ellawi,tb;alarge.  force.:'    ���������' ..V'\. ���������:.      '-"' ''" ���������''. ���������'"���������' -y:''v::;--y--y--.':-y'v i.  ';T^vim. Ma^':*vS'���������Tbe prolooi-atsoh.; of tlie  ^muiterjal. ervU C3use? great vi^eitrt^entyat  The ^feri' to. ��������� ��������� iovm-k ��������� Miu^try  "'"'':���������";; y'fififififi - -:;HiciiPfELp/April 30; 187^.,...  ::; Oarkej ,Cp.:^;s, lNnBPB^nEKT;Cp.-4Action for  damages>yi2,()0i)j for Trespass^ 0n,.mmlng  gr 0 urid^ 0 f Car ne co. Mr Jam esy Bur di ck, f0 r  pi'aiiltiffs;- Mr;-George Byrnes/ for defendants.  ���������The first witness for;plaintiffs was-'!- r* '  ���������: Le^yis.Morgan, who deposed: that;lie:took  ap the' Carne co,Js ground;on Sept. 2d, 1871,  coasisting ;pf;500; feet, and prodticed copy of  record ;-spoke to ther Independent-co.,and  ���������they;^shovf^dyytoy their stakes^';yTreleven:  showed ym'?' the,* stakes and went, round with  me-;^Captain;Evans made the map produced  of a t>orti6tt- of the ground. '   '   '.  fi:($&& adjourned tilL 15th May for: prdduction  .6#prdper,.8urvey8(and;maps.;.r;fifi fi A,-,-fififi-y  ������������������fifi,-fifi"y   ; A      '    , May 15, 1874.  ���������;: '��������� 'Cakne ��������� - po;-yys.; isnispENpisNT po^Caae for  plaintiffs resumed/ v' v fifi     fi-,,   '   " vy  Johh^t%nsr'Srlrveyor,; swforn.~l am a  practical surveyor | map 0f Game; company's:  growthd -'pf0diiced ma^le !by ��������� iW\fi the uppetf;  cor hers deli n e t he base 'fi line of the ..hilL; v it  runs dvei^aipoinl'three sialiesi frpm^ tlie line  of the: baseJ0f tlie bill 5 I did not take a -survey *of the, base 0f 1 he bi11; 0 n lower 1 iu e;the  hill is ou ts;de th el in e ; the most; jpr bj ec ting  p art, 6 f '.hill- is. at Ind e p en den t. ;d u trip; bouse:  co rn er stafc e is 0 n - thei ow; gVoutid" and no t. 611  tlie hill); ;le ng th; of cl aim 548 feety '��������� i n olu.dl n g  ibe Mu r ray cl aim -.'; ��������� ��������� n 0 r th an d son th th e u pper,  and lowei^ corner Stakes run asjiearlyas pos-  sib 1 e p ar al I el ah d i n a 1 i ne on the b ase of the  hill {��������� 8SG ,'sguare feet of ground.worked out j  as ��������� far, as: rfiy- judgment:goesifciias been 're  ccntly worked.       .       ���������-,_        ".-.      .       :  Harry tJaldeiy sworn.���������I am acquainted  with the;Independent co.j I know the stakes  iii fr on t of Boy ce's c abi n and the s takes abb ve  the Incline "as the stakes of the Independent]  or Last! Chance co, from 1867 u p to last fall,  uever saw any, new-stakes of .the last Chance  co:l)elow Ihose-pointed out on map ; I should  have seen new stakes if they had been put in;  ���������three, stakes-I saw, two of them on the hill  line,;" I h^anobje'et inywa:tching:;-I saw  them the next day > after they were put in;  the ground, except Murray's; was ail vacant  when.Mor|an staked off; I- do n't' think, a man  could; go so far over a line - witbout kno wing  itfififififififi -      ���������...,-;'/ ������������������ ������������������,������������������;���������-.'���������-.��������� ;.     '��������� '-. y.  Cross-examined.���������I' know  part of. Inde-  pmideutyCe^grqund from 1867 to last fall;  the stakes ijaye never been out:;   the stakes  wereputiiijin 1864-two stakes Tcaii swear  have���������nevor^been removed since .1.867, fi. -  '-fifi John Slurray, sworn:���������Took up the Brown  ground in ,18JO,bnt did not go up.tp the line',  never H'efird of the Independent co. owning  ground, below that marked line onymap;  Lewis Morgan staked off tbe ground in 1871-;  and I saw the.stakes as marked on the map:;  d: in ever saw any stakes below tbetwoyuntil  lately ; I. must have sedn stakes if they had;  be'en Jhere,^ as I travailed down every day ���������;  I saw Morgan.put thelower stakes in.; I knew  'te^&ttfi*Z*f^&&%^^  Robert Brown, sworn.���������-Was present When  Morgan staked oif a poruon of Weislv claiui ( .  Treieven was showing Morgan the stakes; in  18G2 I owned in the disputed ground as the  Tinker co.; I never saw ihe Independent co,  move their stakes down to tha base of the'  'hill;     ;������������������������������������;������������������;     -   .. . vv- .,  The advocate for the defence, in coDclud-  ing bis ca3o,-claimed a .verdict for defendants:'���������'  on the.following.grounds: First, that tbe defendants had the priority of records, having *:  restaked the groan din August, 18t>9, and ti*o  plaintifitj only having taken up their claim in  1871. That if his.honor was opt satis5ed from  the evidence of; the defendants that tbey had .<  hot reslaked in 1869, that then he would claim  a verdict by tbe 45th section' of'the Mining  Act of I8C7, under which the. Carne cb. had  taken up. their ;ground, and which defined  creek claims as extending from base to base  of hills, the* plaintiffs having taken id the  ground in dispute us creek claims, while the  plans and evidence of both sides proved it to  be hill ground ; -that therefore: the ground  should be considered as vacant- ground,  neither parties having any right to it.  His honor, iu summing up the case, considered, from the evidence adduced, that fhe defendants were the owners of the disputed  ground by priority of record. Verdict.for  deiendauts, with costs, except expense ot  survey." *  fifi%fc.fi   '-.';--  -.   - y  .  ".   ���������' ���������."-,  &  .- ..'���������.'    fifi  'ff   ���������   ���������  ���������'-fifi  ���������      ��������� '       '-,.  ���������������������������   * ���������        .-.fi-  '..'...". m  ������������������     - ;., ��������� v  ���������  .- ���������',: vfi -*V '-:  '". "* '.'  ,                                 -         .-**.-.������   :'y.'  ',  *���������������������������        -. ... .1   .  ���������  ��������� yy yfifi1.  - -.. "..*.,  ���������',-'"-��������� 1   '���������'���������;.-  ..' ���������, ���������.-.  fi.       .   ������������������������������������    fififififi'-:  fifi' ''��������� 'yfifi.  ���������   ������������������       ���������'"  \ ... :i*  ; -.--��������� fifififi$  . fi.   ;fififi^  fifi. :. A-.  -a~  V^rs**iU?9.  vVui)i 'iA'Xi  aiul  mih  the ground, was vacant from the old Btakes  being in the-upper line. ��������� *  ���������A, W. Trela lae, s wor n :-~l saw if organ s taki n g  off the ground in ISTl^defendaUts.were with  hi m: taking tbe gen era 1 ru n of I he s.tream, I  yyqoid consider Ibe Carne a creek c 1 aim. .  Archibal'"������ Uiihuo, swofn,���������J was secretary  * 0f; the Last Cb an ce c0.;  th e old Last Chance  mi  H  Smti  iompleteti  !:k3'.Ui'3Eh*;  from  )  n������VMh  bra'ed.Gou li  st  Cabinet will fie  Right Centra and-v^d^s  patches to tbeevemug- journal  Gouillafd dkpairs of auc^ess. .  ,��������� .London, May aW"S^  says ihat the Cabi net ha* K  1 ard: head, with. Ministers ir.^ ru i}\gh t. fill i g  Centre;' The object br -the new Govf-rnm&ni;  is to conciliate both parti>i ia "ord'^v to earn  Septennial and Constitution^ pm UKOn^h  the Assembly. . ���������".'.--.    ; ���������   fi.h  Carlists report that Republicans lost 000  killed and wounded in;an engagei^at. y.jssto'r-  i%y  peudentico.-. .      '   ::.'.'���������       ���������'."' ; 'Vy':, A. fi  t fi- ��������� lit^vjs.. Morgan, sworn.���������lam one of: the.  itMior^-'iM- j plain Uf^ fi I staked off the ground according  j to in ap produced, creek* cl a\mij-i r0 ra b ase ..to  from Pans \;\m^ of theJilU V trt staking off I staked from  Sal?'  mm  M  m  1  li- r  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  Nn mining news of interest to report this  week. The operations of the creek claim*?  aro generally retarded by the high stage of  water, and the hydraulic claims are all busily  engaged piping.  IiOWlIEE CREEK.  Victoria co, taking onUs'muU pay* Pussell-  Roberison co. piping. Calaveras co. has beeu  sold to Chinamen for $600.  GOXKtrTO GULCII.  Mr Wm. Bilsland is putting up machinery  for the Otttado cov   Ottawa co. sinking*  JACK OP CLOUS CIUSKX.  Two Sisters co. about to run a tnnnel. Two  Brothers co, commence work on Monday.  Dominiox |Dat,���������A public meeting will be  held at the Theatre Royal, Barkerville, on  Monday next, 25th inst., to take steps tor the  cclobration of Dominion D<*y>   ;  has-  base to base'of the:hill, to join Independent  ground ;' I slibuld think, it 200 or 300;leet  Wide.'' ��������� .. ���������..'  "fi fififi A.  ;    fifi.    '-'BKPENCE,;  :    fififi''-.  ' fifi ''fifi fififi:  Oswald Trevai\Sot, Surveyor;.sworn*.--Map  preduced is'a correct; plan / of, Independent  ground; tbe base, line is; the ..'actual one in ex-  i ste nee, but formerly the b ase line' w as 10. ft.  lower. -;':������������������    './.-.. :   fi."- . fififififi fifi '"���������  Joseph Treieven, sworn.���������T-hate been con-  nected wi th the In dopendent cb. since 1SG5';  in August, 1������W, the Last Chance and Independent companies amalgamated ; iu August  of that year I seen"Judge Bf'������w-apd to 1 d him  1 wanted to take up a piece of ground in front  of us, and asked him to gi ye me an order j  tha ground in trout of Last Chance co.'siities  was vacant; Mr Brew said go do wn and stake  i|> as you have n right to g*o down to base ot  hill*; staking was' done before bills of sale  b m t w ec n In do p en d 3 n t and Last Chance con \  pan ies; we in u tl e a re-rec 0 r d of I tide p end e n t  ground after staking off from base ot 'bill;  re-re cord does 1101 slate boundaries of ground  restaked; I never showed Morgan the.stakes  above Murray?s house ; I swear that I marked  the stake near the shaft under the dump-box;  stake might bave been put there to put a  dump box on; in .1869 re staked,, but only  made a re-record of it.     ,  Norman Mclntyre, sworn.���������I am interested  in Last Ch an ce co,; ia 18 liS the gr ou nd w e  took up was vacant; we re-staked; T consid  ered we owned the .-���������disputed, ground and a  gudallpieco opposite; Murray's was vaeaut.  VIx   MEMpiiiuM.���������Headstones   have    beerj  erected during the present week iu the Camer*  onton Cemetery io memory of two lamented  .Caribooites, cut /off-suddenly, Ih tbe full vigor,  of manhood last winter���������John Wesley Stephenson and Edward H. Kimball. The graves  have also been enclosed by handsome wooden  palings; and we are informed by our rest-  dent ,l.ly. that the one enclosing* the grave of  Mr Kimball was a voluntary 'contribution  by the gentlemen who  labored so hard to  recover his body from beneath the avalanche-  of snow by which, it was covered up.   The  difficulty of the task can be imagined when .  we raeuUon that these'men worked with short  respites  for forty-eight hour3, and dug a  trench eighty yards square in snow averaging  from five'to fifteen feet deep. This handsomo  ;  contribution is another proof of tbe large- ���������  beartedness of the miners oi Cariboo._  "���������; DfipARfuRE.���������An old pioneer,- and one" of  the first men that opened a place of business  ;  in Barkerville���������Mr James Wickbara���������left by  last Express, homeward bound.   Our Ameri- ;  >.can resident-s'have always been distinguished  for their energy, and lib erality in all publ io  matters, and in performing his part as a vol- *  uutary citizen for a number of years, Mr  Wickbam^s services to the community are  well known.   We hope, along with a largo  number of well-wishers, that better fortuoo  than attended long years of industry in Cariboo is in store for our old friend at his next  abiding place.  . .Qcekic's BnrranAT Spout?.���������li will be saen  on reference to our ad ver losing columns that  a^ery respectable list of sports has been go������  ���������  ip for the amusement of Caribooites on Mon-'  day nest.   Notwithstanding the departure of  many old and energetic citizens during tho  past twelve months, it is gratifying to know  that we have still enough of the plucky stock  left in Barkerville to take the initiative in'  public matters.-   In a few bonr3 on Tuesday  (he committee collected a handsome sum- for -  Monday's celebration.       . .  y School Examination.���������Mr Jessop> Super*  in ten dent of Education, arrived by Barnard's  Express last evening, and will hold an examination of tbe Barkerville Public School this  morning at 10 o'clock. The public are Invited to attend.  L10 riTNixg Cueek.���������11- will "b e seen by ad ���������  ver tisem e n t tb a t., a pub lie inec- ting w il 1.. b 0 .  held at Stanley, Lightning Creek, on Wednesday, 27Ui hist, to take steps for the proper  observance of the approaching-holid^yf  - Tuuee Cutx&iiEjf were injured by a slida  in the old McLaughlin hydraulic plaim, Rich-  GeM-, on Sunday last,.one of them seriously. ���������  BakSakd's Express, with Eastern, Canadi: n  and Snglish mails, arrived about 8 o'clock  last night.   " ������������������"-.. fifi  Lightnixo Express.-The great pioneer  "Jehu,71 Harry Wilmot, would inform ths  public that he still lives; and having what ho  thinks the fastest team this side of Victoria,  does without any flattery say that he can  drive faster and carry passengers with more  comfort and safety than any other mauv  ���������->.  ;. , .... . ^. ..** iy.y .> ������������������  A  ���������fififi^  ���������nmiauuinmtmmim A'  1  ALEXA35DROWK^8 Dowry.���������Tbe full text of  tbe treaty between ber Majesty and tho Em-.]  per or of Russia, in respect to the marriage  of Prince Alfred and the Grand Duchess, has ^  been published.'  It stipulates tbat the bride1  shall be free to follow tbe worship oi the  Greek Church, and that she shall have chapels  for tbat worship in ber palace.   In deference.  .however, to. English sentiment, she is allowed  tp accompany lier husband  to  Pi  churches to assist at public ceremon  tfeir children are to bo brought up as Pro  testants.  She receives from Ihe Emperor a  ��������� ; otpital  sum  of; a  million- roubles���������about  $750,000���������for a marriage portion, and an  equal sum as a special marriage  present,  The3e sums are invested in Russia at five per  cent, interest   In addition to this she has a  special present from the Emperor of an annual revenue of 75,000 roubles, and ber own  private fortune, whicb she is allowed to retain, amounts" to some $150,000.   So that,.  with what little tho Prince may bo' able- to  scrape together, the young couple will doubt-  Jess manage to get along.   The Prince is not  allowedlo have his own way entirely in his  own household, as the Duchess is empowered  ���������to dismiss and recall at ber pleasure any per-  'tiotis in her service, and she is liable only for  .'ihe debts she may incur herself, leaving his  !Royal Highness to foot his own bills, without  ;the aid ot his wife's fortune.  "Grain PiPKS���������Some of the Western States  fi   papers are actually seriously discussing the  fascinating project.of laying a pipe underground from the/West to the seaboard, and  blowing the crops through it!   The laies!  idea on the subject is from a correspondent  of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.���������  Tlis plan 13 to "nave stations every three or  four miles, with large faria at work in them,  forcing air into the tube.   A. pressure of two  pounds to tbe square inch, which be thinhs  'could easily bo maintained, would propel  grain at* the rate of 150 or 200 miles an hour,  lie is very modest in the way of expense,  calculating that it would only  cost some  $3000 a mile to ..construct and lay the iron  tunnel.   Here is a chance for some second  George Stephenson to win at once fortune  and-fame, as-well aa tbe blessings of the  Grangers and everybody else, except railway  monopolists.  Tub Tkmpkiunce Crusade.���������A Mr Brooks  of Cincinnati, one of the largest distillers in  the.Uniled States, has risen to explain thai  there bus been more whiskey sold during  February and March than during Ibe corres  j>onding.period 1 as* year. The ale and beer  brewers,it is admitted,have suffered a falling  off in their business. The inference is loathe prayers of tbe crusaders have had no ef  feet upon the hard-headed old topers, who  drink whiskey, but the more temperate people  who are content with ale and beer have to a  certain extent been frightened, or cajoled, or  persuaded to forego the use of those beverages  MISCELLANEOUS.  SEPARATE SEALED ���������^> ���������^*  ������  <��������� Tender for Section 0.nevNicola Valley  Road." aud ������' Tender for S^^T^^������"  i VelievFoad,!; will be received by theunder-  NOTICES,  Section xxo. iwu uud.n.,������ ..��������� -...........  to Indian Camp, about two miles below Little  Johnny's, andSection 2 from;theCatop to  Cook's Ferry. ",\fifififi���������..-���������.������fifififi  Plans and Specifications can;;be seen, and  Blank Roods obtained at the residence of Mr  A. Robb, Nicola Valley ; at the offices of the  Government Agents at Kamlbopsand Lytton,  and at tbe office of the Lands and '-Works Department, Victoria.  Each Tender must he accompanied by a  [bond duly signed by the coniractor himself  and two p l h e r ve$ p o nsib 1 e resi <1 en ts fio t th e,  Province in a penal sum amounting to at least,  one-third the contract price, for the faithful  completion of tbe work.'  NO TENDER WILL BE ACCEPTED UNLESS ACCOMPANIED WITH A: BOND AS  ABOVE.    ������    - ���������    -} ���������  The lowest or any Tender 'riot necessarily  accepted. ' fifii-'fififiifififi-A-  ROBERT HEAVEN, '  Chief Commissioner ofPublic������������������ Works.  WOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all Aliens.  "r -. v-re. Bid enit' Wi tli in the P rovio ce of Bri t ish  Golu mb j ay w b o m ny b e d esiron s o f... beep mi n g  naturalized British Subjects;.that, up to Ihe  1st d ay o f July,fii $74; lbe 1 aw of Britisbfi: Co  1 rimbia,'asfito Natural'ization\ wili remairi in  force,by which law only.oiie yearrs residence  :.fi.A   tn   anoV\!j*   nil  .NOTICES,.  Public Hpticev  ISP'  ':': L'fi ��������� Ml flppfteiii���������s-for nrivatevBill?, .propo^j. t),  WiVtrvfcc?: l<*������irfliti������n by-tlie Ii^i?lMive.Asfieiiiljiyf  BriUSlVcoi������iubk, wlthiutho purview of ."The BmiC.|������|  vo "ii Am^Tictt Aot.1867,','. whothei for. the oration lif W  tl ^^Si^ngoflilRinroa(lf.TanM������lkcUoa.JIct'^  a residence ra iur������e jciuou* ���������������������. .. -._  Canada is required before an Alien can be  naturalized.  ?M������s&.  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria, 30th April, I874r  my 15  Sealed tenders, endorsed;:" tes-  y-tfi dor for Nicola Riveg^rl^s^-^.win'b'ii  received by Ihe undersigned- up: to noon of  Monday, t li o 8th d ay o f y Ju ri ey ii ext, fo r the  constniction of a : Bridge y across the ;Nicola  River near lis junction with Thempsbii River.  Plans and Specificalionsi;eanybe;-s^en and  Bl ank Fo r his of Bond obtai ne&fi al,; th e yresi;  donee of Mr A. Robb, N|colft\^aliey''^Rt;the.  ofS ce of th e Go ve rn m en t -fiA ge n ts ^t'-K&vn 16o p s  and Lytton, and at Ihe officefifipffithe': liatids  and Works Department, Victoria;; .'���������������������������";, yfifi. t  Bsicli Te ml er rn us t be ; ace o m pan ied by; a  Bond d u ly signe d by th e ��������� '"co h I rac tor h i mself  and two of her responsible residents of ythe  P r o v i ji c o i n a pen a! s u m a moi.ri i i ri g to al  Ieast one tbird of tho <��������� ontract price, for the  faithful completion of the work.; c,, "fififi  NO TENDER WILL BE ACCEPTED UN^  LESS ACCOMPANIED WITH: A BOND AS  above. -v yy fi.  The lowest or any Tender not necessarily  accepted. "'''fiy^'fi '"'������������������ .'���������' :-;'������������������'"  ROBERT^EAVEN'i-'  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works.  ST FAR LA .' PRESENTE, donne mix  -r~fi :etrangers babitant la i?rovinco: do la  Colombie Britannique,. desireux d'etre naturalise coin ine Sirjets Britanniques :���������  ; Que j lis qu?au. ler du; mois deJuillet, 1874,  la loi Ateyla Colbnie de la-Colombio Briiau-  nique ebneeruant la naturalisation des efcran-  gers restera en force, la quelle ��������� exige une. residence; senlement d,une*annee (i) dans lepays,  pour;:assnrer; a-mni:etranger lesdroits d?un  SiijetBrto3nique.yy.yy-: fi,- fifi fifi.fi A.  K;Aussi: qu-apres le ler du niois de Jail let.  874,'la loi du Canada sera mis en force dans  ce Provlnce, par 1 aquel le (une residence de  trpis an n ees (3) dans I a ��������� Pu issah ce; tl u Can ad a  estyexigee, avant/qu:uri etranger pnisse elre  naturalise.        ' .-���������'���������' ��������� ���������  if UR ;DIS INi;j)ER; PROWINZi BRITISH  ^- Columbia, wphnenden bder ankiissigeu  Deiitscheh, weld re b eabsichtigen Eriglisoh e  Burgerfizorwerden.., Dass das jetKige Gesetz  welches einen Aufenthalt von Einem Jab re Iii  der Pro.winz verlangfe,; una das Reeh12ii bfe?  kommen,' englischer. Burger zuiWerden���������nur  bis zuin ei'Sten Juli 1374, in Kraft bleibty .;���������.  Von dem ersten; Tage. ab,; diesi;monats-. Jiili,  1874, Tritt das vCanadische Gesetz in Kraft,  welches ein en Au fenth al t von ,D rel Jab re n in  Canada verlangt, um dasReeht zu bekoininen  eriglischer. Burger zu werden, ;. -fifi. .my 9 A  lum consitatioaf the m iuun.  Forti  Ag  tice proserin ed in tho .priicetiin'g llulcif also at th* p.-\m-j  time, aud iu tlio S'Uac mftnuc r, gi v'o-mai co <tf t ba ta ������  which th������y.'intend to ask; tl������������ exteiit:'M the privily, M  llioliei'/ht of thovhvcU^ tlio InteVviil.bot \veou tlil 1  abutments or piers for the passage, of;. i*i*f is ������������r vessel^ M  nn.ri mmtionvacj ivlso whether they. in wnd to eroet a m  drawbridge or-'not, and tho dluWnAU'tis of .tho siim?. w  Extract.from Rules relative to/Private Bills, I  Sort a Ci  CHnloa  iVaiei'.;1  iNow yv  i.VictiVr!'  SS'-St-rc-  Clerk of' tW LegisUitive, As3--mWy  2nd August, 18T3.  ?eii7 lm  Land * nnd Wo vis Department,  Victoria, 30th April, 1874. i  ���������teyl-6  In the mat ler of the  Estate and Effects of  KDWARD U. KIMBALL, deceased.  EACHAM������&  N'A-SON  4 RE prf-pr������r(jd fto f������rr.i-h J. umVr at tlieir j Mill?,  A.   WillUuu Crt-ok, yy uchvLT ll tu ord<:r.  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CRKEK.  Hnvlng a Planing Machluo in operation,* Il^y w  tfso furnisU  any ci.'iifiisag.iinst the said E=t?itfl aro reqaired to  sen 1 in Uyrir ������ec������hiiis, < aly proved, on or before  thslst tiaVo-'JuIy. 1574, lo   ���������"��������� y  ���������     CHAS. E. POOIJiV,  OiiicUi A (iui iaistra tor.  Dated Victoria, 1st April, 1.S74,  With rv-.f'Trnca to the nhoyo Nolicf. T h* ivhy give  noUu-������������������ that 1 Ir-.vc hetn :ipj>ihito-i U.pmy OillnKil Ad  irjh;i-lr -U-c hi li:ft uhov-'i I3slat������*, ;'������'! all iuiinuuts dir.'  jin-l all <:l::iiii.'> :;;Mttt������t :h'.r $:\\-[ K'-f-'ite must 1"^ sent  it Ui in'.-, at my cdicu in B-rJctT^iile, on or before the  1st davof Julv, 1S7-J-.  GEORGE BYHKES. .  B arfcerv tHe, Apri! 28.1S74. iny9  DRESSED  s*U?fR^loTy r;������to<5.  LUMBER  y  Success to tlie cc Sentinel/'  ALSO TO THE  s:  OUALlflCillOIAlB  ;.'.  _0Ff01EMGf,i87l. ...;���������.  i The attention of al 1 Electors in tlic; Pro.  .1 y ince, w b ose n am <?s n o w ap pear on m ore th a n  j onei Regis tierjis: c.a lie did the f o 11 o w iu g yJ5e c -  ti o n s o fj.h e ab b ve Ac t, viz., 17 an d' 181 wiiic h  take. a wdy'. fro in such ! El ec tors t he r igh t ��������� of  v o ti n g ���������; % n d 'p ro V i de a p e bal ty o n those w h o  vote if tlieir naniea appear onpiiore than one  Regisier>".. fifi i'  ���������fifi-'-      :y By command,   j. /  *���������;;.*��������� . ���������/_./���������/JOHN ASH/;  Provincial Secre! arj?s O &ce,  ,.. : April-17, ISH:    . fifi.  ������������������ yAhfiy' p ^ni'o-n wh ose: n atn e- is on ih e Regis-  "'ter of Voters ot' two ofefio're. Electoral &W*  ���������" tricts, \y b o, three men ths a f tor th c p as si n g  ^of.jthis'Act, sball;penr.it his name to remain  '"��������� -oxi more th an one Register, shal 1 hay e. ri o  w right to vote at any election of a Member to  '���������' serve: in:, the .Legislative Assembly ; aud. tf  " such person, af������ery.the expiration of- such  '���������. three months, shall vote- while his name re-  " mains on the Regis ter ot '-������������������ more than one  " El eel oral^ District, lie; shall be liable to a  "penalty bf fifty dollars, to.be recovered \n a  "summary way before any Justice of the  " Peace, and in default of payment thereof.  *! shall be imprisoned, for any term not ex-  "ceedingone'month. y  *.* 18i No person whoso name is on the  ** Register of Votors for an Electoral District  if fehall" send in his claim (o vote in any other  '���������Electoral. District., until he shall have caused  " his name to bo removed froinsucli Regis-  li ter; and if any person shall act contrary to  ".the provisions of this .suction, ho shall (br-  ���������" foil an<l pay a snm of money not exceeding  '���������filly dolhiis, to bo recovered belore any  " Justice of the Peace, or in default'of pay-:  * me n fc tfrerco f sh all b e i rn p riso ue d fo r an y  " term not exceeding one mouthy'  myO.   |^:������HpiNy fifi  ���������fi.-A Provincial Skckktaux's O:ficc,  :���������'������������������' yfi:- ���������������������������'fiA-fifi -fi A-AttguiiL '2lslt lSi-3.' ������������������  AS IT  IS DE3IRA.l5LttJST.VlK.\V OS  ���������A" ��������� fram nig a -f eheme.. for Assisted'' I til i������������f j?r*. 11,; & t-.  tho Prat i a ce of B riiislv Col tuVvhi ti.fi th-at tha d > wrr.  .rnp'nt Should b'e possessed of the fulh-si������diUa m\ wbirf  >to .b'ttsd c.ileuhiilous us to. the ttumluT of.��������� persons vM  tlci.lt ia the Province who. in i g ht be tlesi ru ha of -tv it!  ing themselvos, hi the iii teres t Of fri t*hdV: r 'UUvW  ���������'&Ci-, of ;iny arr;������ngemeutt������y.tlint mtiy Ik; heroiift'ru:;^;  by the-Government of the Proriiice in thisbeb;'!;;,:!  peraens settled .in. they Prov 1 n coy who ' ui *iy Aiviw ������  b ri v. $ on. t rela li ves. ftr IH en Us,.. a ad all,ft wj jl������*y t,; r������ .yyf k ���������  m?iy:\vish to bring out laborers.or is^rynnIsy hr*-' r>-  quested to send the frfUest parliculurs yto -the riwis-  cini;S.icretary;- ;���������,..... ;���������--. fifi    - -A- fi fi 'fififi A *..-  Tliese ilesh'ous of brio*|ns* ont frten -s. or. rcl\\<������  to suite ).iu*nbt rs, a^e, si u ti sex of. jk>*?5bU- i m tt; i;;f; rt's  and; the -amou n t that they .a re; pr^Jitred to . a: 1 vavrt.  towai'il, the <leslreil obj-rct'.  WiUiTc-pihl to those UesirpRi? of bringingimti1**"^  ers or servant?-, a . gu'ar.inlee woiit-i' be r 'tjuiron 1-(  tho repayment to tlio OoTerncu^iV atst;*t������'i p-r\As  of the suins - U'.lrnncetl for ptissage, ������u d, ������pvl,c iuU  must state that .they are pvepiireil to,give.the saaif.  it will be fully underatoou that by the' poynl  notice 11 m Gw.fr.mn*'ii t ilo neI b 1 n 'V "tlii-niselves* so  CiVrrv* out .any incMvitiual-application or onyj{'U'-ri  plan of As?lstwl Imutlgrutlon at-present,, b.iit ia������rly  ���������to obUlu requisite-pri'llminary inlonualiiin.  By com ma nU.  'fifi ,:'  :���������    JOHN ASH,  sol 3 :   provj ncbi I Sec reu*ry.  Ini the ISupreme Court; of  British Columbia.  GENERAL ORDER.:  ���������\T0TTOE la hereby .given, that tho Supreme (M  IX' will sit in Banc, for the hea ring, of ivll.*iU"U<p-  aan rw������ n'ts: a npoa! s, an tl o I. h er tua t te rs coming b ���������. l������ja  the Court, iu'lfaac, at ibe Supi-rme.Court Kooiu Mfififififi  Giiy oi Victoria, Tor the. iollowhig terms, on Uiu m  h C r eii i a (t v r u io n t i one A, r " **"  I'V������r Tlilary Term from li  For ivister To no from U  88  , namely:  Uiol&lb to.25tli February;  r ��������� n iv.������i v. X,, i. j ������t v... tli e 15th to 2 5th A pri I *'       >  For Michaelmas Term rvom the 16th to 2f>tb ^ovomwr.  There will be nositting In BauC iu Trinity **pa.-  Ju ca.io anv of tho day'a of the tliites nameU tor w������  begin nine-or cm ding of tho Terms Bhoulu laji ���������*  Su in!a y o r" Pit bl ic ftol I day, th en t h e Term wil IM^  or end on the next following day. .  l'^.X '' [J. HAMILTON GRAY, J.  i.) 11.j t Victor!a,     ' J������ nlut 1'y 24th, 1S7 mriaf  pit  .Ji.  JBf  AT  LAST  Where aa i?������:0 alm'-.st  CF  :ahoe,  f-v-rythin^ can be bought at  m'Hlernt'.* priccay  *=������- /������!! Kin-la <>f lirass Work rinpo as'usual.  niyS TI10S, FLI2T0HEK.  *-*  NEAR FOUT ALEXANDRIA.  WIT-L  TOB   UNDERSIGNED  I    Way si:l'i K'uho, nr-ar Fort ���������Ah-.x'inilor, at  OPEN  A  -.   VV.*,' .,,,. .v...,,   .- ,   ...   tho  place formerly Known as r^queUe's', on 1st i\ovember  next.  GOOD    STABLING,  Ifav nnd Oat*, and aooommo'lfl-viyn for Travellers.  HOTICE.  BPUING CIRCUIT.      .  A COXJFul1 OF GENEEAL ASSTZK ANI  il Ouol l\'-liv������.-ry, nn-l of Nisi Pila.% will be tiol-l >i  each of tho umliMimMitionoil pl.icfs aa follow a, inula!  witnessed are hereby notiiio'l to atleiid thvroat,  Knimimo, Thursday, 30th April.  N-..fW \Ve.sliuin--i.crvThursiluy1 May 14,  Yah?, Tuesday, May 19,  Lytloii, .Fii< 1 fly. May V/2.  KamUn.p-, TbiiM'.luy, Way 28.  Clinton, 'lu-'iS'luy, Juno 2.  Qu'.-.'sn'.'lmouth, Saiunliiy, June 0;  liicliltekl, Wednesday, June IT.  The Fall Assizes, nnd any other Assizes as occaslo  nniy ntpiiiv, will In-re-ii'tor bo llxetl.  Dated 10th day of April, 1874.  By coin maud <  JOHN AP1T,  my3 , provincial S������fl*������i*r  W H6'  Rjm'fitit'-  Mr fi      : -.  P'nUiidi  P-wor.lvP  Kcoi.iibl  B'fitinie'  EvhuHi  iHe.di  1'that.t!  m ��������� '  m mcasn  P their I  KihcrriU  the ne  give 1  of th  mary  since  conne  fiscal.  they*  813,0C  rev^ii  ������3xpen  "fixed *  ������nue.  Lars,  engag  two h  ���������tha  3g6l  terly  tions 1  Hedi  ditarc  'the I  havio;  K>resei  raihvs  *tey, 1  aid It  hi ad(  Gove  railw:  unsui  have  gat -io i  Perht  whicl  it. 1  for tli  tvasc  be do  woul<  W:k


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