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HO L LO W AL  Subscription, ',.-  '-   50 Coste ������������rvv7eek.  ,y>r /'  /:V  ���������'.IE*  Agents Tor the ������W&nbdp .Sentinel-"  /  '      /; '���������'...// ~" .''^ ���������  Crtf'Vl U ml hart /' ,  Barnard's Express  Barnard's Express  /> Barnard's Express  :do . do   .  - ,  .' Clarksoiv k Oo  -   -      "��������� .Juhn Coll ens  -,"   San Francisco  Van Winkle,.  Qucsiielinoutb,  Soda Creek,     ���������  Clinton,    .-.      -'. '������������������*->#*  ���������   "  Yale,      -":   ...   Ml;t|Evans,  i New Westminsterjjf\ -  Victoria,   -:: ������������������ ..   ~������A      -.   . ���������  L. P. -Fisher,  X-M    ' .-'  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  |Cards, CI rciil an?/ Pds.ters: and,Program mes for  Balls and Theatrical Entertainments: .;  l^sS^Executed with neatness and dispatch.  " .   / /Terras/moderaieA7'A-0rr:'  Sax Fiuivcrsdo, May 1,'1870.  B ti 3 in ess -con ti n tt es to be1 ex cc ed i n gly'd iill/  in (I rri ere h a n tsall ti a v e the. sam e d esp 6ri.de ntj  jltnmy; look; as^tbeystand.gaKing^istfnlly  ill* day long in the doorways of ; their t stores,  'hTstlto^ lai a  Im for a breez:5/;:C  ifcatc of things,. one/wo ti Id''naturally suppose  that a largeaniourit oriiiffcnng existed among  |h e vvo rki n g c 1 asses ; - ari d ranch does" ex j sfcj  nit not as/rouch aa was/at one/fcini^ suppoa&l.  'he Ye rba Buen a Pa rk bu b lii 1 e e.spl oded/that  ������pinion altogether., Tt; was a good test of the-  [etna]  wantsVof  the:^oi'kingmenj- and   it  :'a new era iri the^iinode of removing sunken  objjp$������ions to na?%ation. Col; Von Schmidt,  a Riisal&n by birth,-the projector and '.success-  fn I o p er a to r, is n o TCitho^lio n o f th e d a y.  X .., HENItT VINCENT, THE SNGLI3H'-REFOKMER.'/   '  ���������; San -: Franciscans have. been ��������� en tertained  during the last few days by that able English  lecturer and zealous reformer, Henry "Vincent.  The subjects of h is d iscbii rses ' we re *' Cro m -  well and his Times;" " Queen Elizabeth and  her Times'^���������which would have been more  properly named/4 The Triumph of'Protest-  antismjV ������������������'������ The/ Struggles,-; in; which I Itaye  participated ;;r and_'" The American Rebellion --its friends and enemies in England70  which was Ihe; mosty  tlie most.successuAlin the course./The public  bills, in which these leetures were deliTiered  were crowded;.to suffocation/ and hundreds  failed -.to, obtain; ad mission;: tb;jhe last; named.  Sir yincent is /undoubtedly a wonderful  niitn, and the mbstwohderful spealcer that I  have ever had the; privilege of listening to.  llis/perSnala^^ er p a in ful: to  look; at-^his m ass i. ve Itead) Wi th i ts.=wielrd-l ike  beiird,;appears too heavy for ithc/saiall:. body  updn/which;itjs placed td sustain; and one is  con tin ual 1 y. kep t in. the paiii f ul exp ecfcatioh of  seeing it roll off!   At first, it is anything; but  pleasant to listen to hia voice either,' on].���������ao-  count' Of' an .affectation of the throat.    In  speaking, he makes use of the most common-  :; pi ace/1 ahgutige and seldom becomes eloquent;  neyerth e 1 ess h is. p ower o f: fasci n att n g -and en -  chaiitihg"ad;audience;is .a& wonclerful as it is  inetpUcable/���������'���������^.TOeoretlb'*lUjrJ,v,Mr;: Vincent is  an-rtrdent adroeate of. liberty and.a bold and  jsihoere denpunceii^^ pf-oppression^>butvpracti-:  :1!; LcalIy, he is the most Hliberal and/unralentfhg  fwed beyond dotU)t:thataH  fore out of employment, yet. there were only  pou| a th onsan d w h o were ac tu at iy- deslrons  ;��������� -       MININQ/REOORDS. ';  'WILLIAM CniSKKT. '.���������''���������:���������*-: *���������  Kankiri co.���������May l8-~AngeIp0Pendola, one  interest. c'Re-record. / . -  Bradley-Nicholson co.���������-Xray 20���������William  Watson/ Thos. Akonhead,< Thos. Perry and  Ralph Watson, each^one-fourth of above company, consisting of seven interests.      '���������;.;  Wilson co.--A [ay 20���������Richard J A Claridge;  two aiiH'two-fifths interests; Sam Roberts/one  and three-fifths interests ; ;J5/ P.-Bailer, one  and two-fifths interests ;���������-. John C. GOodson,  two-fifths,of .one interest; ..G'reg;'Bailer;/one--'  fifth: of one interest.   Re-records. / ���������' '..',-../'.  f; ..Simms/^co.���������May;r20-r-G. WA Sim ms��������� one,  :creek,: claim above Richfield;   Re-record.:: ;���������  ;.. Chipps co.���������May���������: 20;^-Ahdrew Jeffrey{and  :0Ct-T; Smith, each one-half of the' Chipps cb..  consisting of live interests.. Re-record; -'  ;y.;Mouniain'/ op,���������rifay.-* 20���������John  Naismithi  George A Tay 1 orr John. Grier and John Ste-  yensori eacn/y^ ; of abbye  'colnpal^c^nsls^ i~... AAA  :   Cowling c'o.-^May/20^Th03/Alien,: two in"  terests.   Rcrrecbrd. !* ;,   > "- .���������"���������;'���������_  ������������������. 'Foqmes :co,~May IS���������Fooraes, Ah Yen? Ah  Dud. and Sing. Cap, each one interest of said^  co., consisting of.12 creek-claim's, commencing  at the lower line of the Chittenden co;, and:  runuing'ixp.stream/1200 feet.:; A������ojJ)&known  as the Foomes co.   Re-record.  obtaining work.   Four or five thousa.hd  lore may /be considered,.to be unemployed,  ink tbey are in no hurry to accept of work  fn d e v. th e new s i a te o f th i ngs; as th eyco ri tin ii e"  cl em and the high rate of w ages, which! em ���������  loyers are beginningto see they cannot af-  I r (1 to p ay.   Mn ch en mi ty is sh o w n by them  [wards John Chinaman, who appears to be  jeir siiecessfitl riv'al: in the 1 abor m arfeeV and  whose inuuehce ithe present depressed state  affairs, and al 1 the evils app.ertaining there,-  , are attributed.   Threats have been fre-  tently made to clear them out of the State;  id one or two little things transpired lately  finch very strongly suggested the idea that  (ere .was some truth in the assertion that an  Ionization fdrthat express purpose existed  jje city.      ::  ...EARTHQUAKES.1     '/.:  Earthquakes have been of frequent occur-  ct here lately.   I can assure you that they  ate anything but a������pleasant sensation in  se who experience them.   As soon as the  litest shock is felt, the buildings pf the city  flit their contents en masse, and the streets  immediately crowded with excited living  ,, jllpcds.   I have only felt one myself, so far,  id I am in "no hurry, about experiencing a  jond.   No  serious results, however, have  flowed any of the shocks subsequent to the  sat shock of 1868.  BLOSSOM ROCK.  rhe doom of this rock, which waB a most  igerous obstruction  to the navigation of  Bay, being in the direct course of vessels  wd or outward bound, has at last been  |led, having' been scattered to the winds  waters last Saturday through the irresist-  ' ^n^lie������ce of twenty-three tons of powder.  iBimeers from all parts ot the continent came  ^Witness the firing of. the' blast, and its sue-  lBru* ^S8ue ]'8 considered to have inaugurated  m  Hr  Wgp  Mo  /sympathy and p rej u d ice /Of h is an d ito rs to b e-  cdme, for the time,being. su bservient. to��������� bis  : o wn wi II and. command. The most tin q ri al i lied  flattery h e co in p els the m to a c cep t; ��������� the ni.cf t  on tting sarcasm and the 'severest, censure to  applaud ebth-usiastically:   From 'the/poorest  and dullest kind of wit, he; elicits roars of  laughter.. The .undisguised condemnation of  the'public acts ? jof his listeners: are uncon1  sciously "endorsed.   Strong men weep; like  : ch ileiren,   and, seri o as*   sober;: h umani ty - is  . thro wn i n to e.cs tab! es th ro n gh; th e pec ill iar  influence of his words.   His enemies are at  once converted into friends, and bis friends  : become his willing slaves.. Talking? wi thou t  a single note to refer to, his words flow uninterruptedly i like the  waters  of a; mighty  sfcreain, the supply being apparently equally  as inexhaustible.; Palmerstpn, Derby,.Glad���������_  stone, Disraeli, Bright.and others were faithfully characterised by him.   His eulogy ��������� of  the late.Abraham Lincoln was truly grand,  and the picture of the future of the United  States was beautifully drawn, electrifying the  immense mass of human beings who listened  to him.   The secret of his peculiar power and  influence over the minds and feelings of his  hearers appeared tome to be an unaccountable mystery, and very likely ever will be  suotytawt the recollections of that wonderful  powerand influence can never be erased/from  my memory.  pic-xtcs.  Ptc-nics are the rage now. ihe sen son having  commenced in true earnest. The British  Benevolent held their annual pic-nic atSau-  celitoon the 21st, and the Odd Fellows" followed suit on the 26th ; both affairs were exceedingly successful, A succession of minor  ones follow during this and the coming week.  ��������� ��������� Tal. o EiTic-N.  Coffee���������The Coffee prepared by WILLSON  & HICKMAN, Fort street, Victoria, has superseded all other Coffee in the lower country.  It is manufactured from tho very best raw  coffee, and its superiority is attested by the.  fact that wherever introduced it has become  the favorite beverage.  :;:v^^^.^/i;,7VAlOT^-BA^:���������.C������BBt������������������i^;���������::^>^���������: ;.-V->;  Jas. Lewis,-two .creek claims' comhsending- at  the lower lines of the Johnston; co. and running down stream 200 feet-���������' To be; worked  ivi th; a nd form p art 6 f th e Jobnsto n co.   /  ;:!;       STETJ3XS CREEK. \  May  19���������Cor. O 'Neil; 6 np bill "claim on  southeast Bide adjoining the Goodwill  co.'s  upper line.: Re-record. :  .;."���������'.;���������; ���������    ' .:"   .;GnousB:CREBKi: ;V..-:..;  7- Salt1 Spring cO.-r7-May "'2.0-fWestley   Bris-  b an e, J..C. Wi lso n..." four in terests i n  the Sal t  Spring co., disco very ..interests.,. Re-reco r d.:.,.  ..������������������;-;; . LIGHTNING. CREEK.' ���������.���������::./'.  Auro ra co.���������Ma y 18���������Joh n Hud so n, Alex:  S wan, James B1 tick and George Ken dall, fonr  creek claims,, com meneing at the Lightning  co.'s upper line and running up stream, 400  feet.: .To be. kno wn as the Anrora co. ���������  May 18���������Joseph Matthews, one creek claim  adjoining the upper line of the Aurora co.  . .Spruce Co.T-May 19���������R. H. Brown, A.  Townsen d, B, VanVolkenburgh, .S. Fel lows;  B. la Sullivan and T. D. Johnston, six hill  claims on right side, commencing at the South  Wales cb/s lower line, running down stream  parallel with creek COO feet. si Also in favor  of B. Van Volkenburgh, Geo. Spruce, R. H-  Brown, Frank Domines, Wm. Huling, and D.  Kurtz, six creek claims, commencing at the  upper line of the Van Winkle' co. and running  up stream 600 feet. The whole to be known  as the Spruce co. R. H. Brown and B. Van  Yolkenburg each hold one of the above interests (hill claims) in trust for the Spruce co.  Vancouver co.���������May 21���������W. W. Houseman. W. Charlton, Philip Cocking and Thos.  Haliiday, each one interest���������abandoned interests. "' /,-*'������������������  Vancouver. co,���������May 21���������Martin Cioney,  Geo. McLeod, each 100 feet adjoining the  lower lines of the Vancouver co. (creek  claims), to be worked in * conjunction with  and form part of said'co.  CHISHOLM CREEK.  North Wales co.���������May 19���������Ed. Jones, John  Rees, Wm. li. Jones, W. C. Price, John Bart-  letfe, Wm. Skym, John Humphreys, John T.  Williams. John R. Williams and Thos. Howell,  two creekclaims, commencing at the Snow-  don co.'s lower lines and running down stream  1000 feet by 300 feet wide. To be known as  the Nortil Wales co.. '  : JACKSOX. GULCU.  Siih Flower co.���������iMay 20���������Joseph Cannell,  Robt. Barr^ John Loye.and John Bell, four  creek claims, commencing about 100 feet  above, the upper lines of the Arvonia co. and  running up stream 400.feet. To be knowu as  the Su n Flower co. ���������������������������'������������������ ���������  NEW. ADVERTISEMENTS.  Z'1        -"'""' .���������-������������������'   ���������. ������������������        -'~s_.    ���������"" "   '" '  * '���������--���������������������������-��������� ��������� ���������'������������������     ���������    ^  Tan   tM &   Cc  XA REtAlt   BUTCHERS,  x7\-;\'/vk.;.MqS^ITO>CREEK.    ;    . ',". ���������.  ���������-Asupply-ofT- resh- meat-o rai^-descrf p ti'o na cons in n Uy -���������  on hand...:���������,-/..Xr '-..<:,r:y rx "  '^^MV^^^i^^' Store,  BARKERVILLE,  .-.'/;���������; Next Doofi/ro/ Sbxtixel Office.  T this Establishment will.aMvnys be found a well  :;:/: 9 elected an (1 varied assortment ol the  FRESHEST GROCERIES & PROVISIONS  AX iAX'iiXX-: ;:;lNiCARIBOO,  ALSO���������A good selection .ofClothing, Hardware, G la so  '*;-��������� ���������''.'.     and:.Croclcery;'' ���������:.Best?/b ran d s. o r To b������c������a, -   -  r:0rx "���������'���������!=."Afedictncs^'Wc., etc.  //Best-Jar,���������*.-.Cpfibft. Boastedand Ground 'DAILY.  ALL GpOPS xSpLD A:T LOWEST RATES.  ..Tb.cBAR is fully supplied with t!ir> choicest  /; /Havana Cigars, Wines and Liquors.  :   I trust by strict attention to business, and fair and  squarectealingi to merit-a continuance of tbeliberal  pivt ro'n'ag e lier e to'fo re ex tended to in c.  X targe lot of HEYWOOD'S celebrated   BACON!  for sale, at-a very low figure.  Fob. 20/1869. ���������'.'���������.._��������������������������� 8m  Sheet aiidJOast Iron Stoves  PLATE & S:  ;ET  1. LL.JOBBING ^yORK IN TIN, COPPER.. Sheet  J\.- Iron, Zinc and Lead Piping, attended to witli  romptness, and.'warranted to give entire satis  action^ .-  Hardware  Iron & Steel,  Etc,  ..ESS.,      ETC.,  V   . FOR SALE.  E. PEARSON & BROS.,  J>X KKERVILLE  AND QVESSK7MQUTH.  ' a ;;;N;.;p.-,ti oTT-  fTHE ��������� UNliERSIGKED   BEGS    TO    INFORM   HI3  I. friends and the public, that ho has titled up so*no  COMFORTABLE    BED-ROOMS  In bis new building, whcro he is prepared to giya'  good Beds at a reasonable price. Those who will  favor him with their patronage, may depend on tbo  cl eaun ess an d com for t of b is house .*  He takes also this opportunity to remind the Carl-  booitos that his Brewery has receivod tho FIRST  PKIZfi of the Colony for his celebrated  XXX   ALE,  And the true amateurs will bo able to judge by them.  selves that such honorable prize has been ustiy  awarded to. him.   ���������   .     ���������  N. B,���������A large fron t room to eI.  ' Burfccrville Jan. 23 IS69.  , '      K: CUNIO  E. WATSON,  ATOHMAKjEB,   jeweller   and  en-  graver, Government street, next to tbo-  St. Nicholas Hotel, Victoria, V. I.     Chronometers and Watches cleaned, repaired, and warranted.  Every description of Jewellery mad e to orde r.     Plaia  and Ornamental Engraving neatly executed.  Orders from the Upper country promptly attend^  to.  :;    ������������������  > ';!���������:  u ���������m  /S^railLiAV; MAY 28, IS70.  J    ;.f to''advertisers.  All advertisements (not inserted for..any-definite  period)- will be con ti������tied u a til ordered - ��������� out, / and:  charged for accordingly. /������������������//���������''::' .'  Ai ���������"'������������������������������������'���������'������������������������������������" '-'���������  ���������":."���������   ''  TO CO U RES POND ENTS.:  All communications must be accompanied by tho  r ea 1 n am o ami add ress of th e^ vv ri ter ;: n ot, necessarily  with a view of publishing the same, but as security.  ur its good .faith, *'/.     "..;";*". ���������,,;"���������-. 'A'y'-"' xX A A  1  THB CAR 11300 'SKNTl.N EL   x0i7, '/  la published inBarkerville, every Saturday,   /All  a d v.e r tiseme nts i nt end ed for insert ion, must be deli v:  orod at/Pitost at/Six o'clock, P. M., the/day^before  publication.- -l'";;/*-:-../'- ���������������������������.���������/,;���������������������������'- '���������'*"'  RED RIVER AND ANNEXATION. /  The enthusiastic, advocates -of Confederation have from  the commencement of the  work of; union up to a 'recent period flattered  themselves/that the. work of union was destined to be accomplished without bloodshed,  and we hope that they, have not been mistaken.   Present appearances, however, point  to a y,ery d i ffuren t aspect /to th at wh icli it has  b ee ri c nsto m a r^ to pi c ture.  /Histo ry te 11 s i is  that there have been few peaceajj'le iinions of  states' or, coram unities.1 ancMue con tempi ated  u n io ii of Br i tish Nor tli Am e ri c a p ro m i s'es to  n ro ve; rip:. exOep tion to ,the general "fate; of such.  measures. ^There: a: e three: cloudy specks in  ��������� the fair -horizon��������� the Red; River trouble, the  Nova Scotia annexaUori.; league/' arid the responsible; go yer ji in en t; m on p m an i acs of British  Columbia.   It may/be. an exaggeration of the  ._ *l! uatfon Pf ^ ffifog t b; cl a ssi fy ^^Qjgj^gT: ggj?jr y  wi th the .Red : Ri veritea. Ind Nov a/KcotTans"  for they probab ly mean no thing, bu t a ��������� w ar of  words",; but they have placed themselves in  the same troublesome category; Aby threats'  and hints ;toward, ih^gp^ni'men'ts^f this col/.  ony arid -tlie.: l>o iri in Ion if\fee;oppprfuiiiEy'for.  gratifying their lust for.office be/riot simull;a:  ueously;given withvCohMeration;  ;As to the  Jted Riverites .there is/npt in the/BrttisIb empire a more.loyal community, but' they have  a legitimate/canM^^^  never:;beeri;.c6risuHed: about Confederation;  o.nd were to be transferred 'to-- the Dominion  like theiwild;aritrnals of their country, or as so;  much live /stock:/on'." the   purchasel'".eslats.-  Th ey are as tro n g an d co u rageo u s:' pebp Xe0  we have; ./passed:, tb rough their, country. and,  know ^-soinetbing about (hem���������arid it is folly  to regard HiieW with contempt arid indifter  ence.   \V"e have seen; the triagnitride of' the  :  operations necessary to quell the Sioux* rebellion in the.United States.: The Red River  p ������ opt e are. cap a b le o f d oi n g as niu ch; as th e i r  kindred neighbors. , Confederation has been  checked on account of the Northwest Territory, and its final spread-to the Pacific may.  ngaiiubeidelayed^- /Then there is the Nova  Scotia.annexation league; It has been thought  'that IVTova ScpUa. bad accepted the situation,  but the latest lie ws sh o ws o thefwlse.. Now,  the Red River trouble/the annexation league  and the  p rob ab \e m o tl i fi ca tip ri of our Term s  by the pom In ion;, are. quite sufficient to overcome w i thbu t ad d ing to th e 1 ist of difflcu 1 ties  the question of responsible government in  tb is c o 1 op y.   If Co n fad era ti on is to he h a st.  encd. it will be.better id make that the only  question atthe nextelection. for it is not true  that the people are unanimous in demanding  responsible government.    There is a very  general feeling of contentment with the policy  of the Governor, and no small amount of indignation exists in  relation to the virulent  conduct of the Victoria politicians, who profess to represent the general opinion of the  'colony.  QUEEN'S r BIRTHDAY: RACES  On Tuesday/the ^th, the 50th anniversary  of the birth of .Her.Majesty Qiieen/^ictoriaj  was celeb rated in Barkeryille by a series of1  public sports and ail amatcuv theatrical peijj  fornianqe. 'The weather favored: the/-sports^  whicli were heartif y erijoyed by a 1 arge n.um  ber nf people from"the4owti'-and vicinity, and  royal good humor/ prevailed throughout;  Foil owing was the programme of spbrts," the  entrances an^winners : :.  , STAWriixa Jump���������Prizes,. lsfe.VSlO; 2d, $5-  En tered--Geri. Gay 1 or, S. .Wafer, a rid H.  Bhepherd. Walker took first;and Gaylor the  second prize," .">��������� .���������'���������:���������  Running JuMP.-^Prizes, 1st, $10;  2d. $5  EnI ered-"S. Will ker. N. Shaw, Geo. .Gaylor,  C. McCaltum. E, Kennedy; W. Adams, and J.  Lindsay.   Walker won "first and W. Adams  second prize.  / 'RnNXiNoHian JuMp.~-lst prize, $10; 2d.  $5. Adams,: Lindsay. Kennedy.. John McDonald. Jos. Hough,* Walker and Gaylor entered . McDoii al d to ok li rst 'arid Li n d sa y and  Walker were a 'vtie " for the second'prize.;  Foot Raci5,: 100: yds.���������1st prizt^SlO ; ?A,  ,S5. 'Entered���������N. Shaw, Walker, Lindsay/O.  '��������� Wi{ son,:. Ken ri ed y. fA .l McDp n aid, ...Col i n M.c-  Cai 1 rim and II. Havel6ck, , "Walker came in  first arid Lindsay second.  Mkucuaxts7 Rack, "100  yards���������1st prize,  $l6,T-EnteredvOolin'" McCJaUumJ W-'Towell^  and W^ Adams.   Powell.won.     ;������������������:���������:     ��������� .���������-*  .Boys?^Race^Ist prize; :$4r 2dr/S2.. Won  b y Master 01 riey, .first;   and Master Reynard,  second.-     ' ;    ' ������������������  .    .-   ��������� ���������;���������  ^SiwAsii^ACEr-lsfc: prize, $5 ;','-2d,: $2-= 50,  Won,, by Iridiari /Jim Unwashed, and Sam  Cleariface. - / ^     -iyA'  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  For Sale.  Foa .Ottawa���������The steamer Active left Victoria on tho  14th.   Tho Confederation delegates, Hons. Carrall, Helmcken and Trutch,  were passengers, bound lor Ottawa.   Tlie appointment of the  Hon. R. W. W. Car rail is  peculiarly gratifying to his constituency, and  a well-deserved compliment to Ihe merits of  our wo r l by re p r esen t a ti v e.   We are c o n fi d en t  that the Governor could not have made a  better selection for the faithful discharge of  tho task entrusted to the delegates.  Sueep���������On Wednesday a small flock of  sheep belonging to Harper Bros, were driven  in to Barkerville.  : .THriKi^LBGGiimRACR.---Prize; $10. : Entered  ^McDonaldand/.WIlspn and Shaw and Bray.  ���������Won;byviVIcDonald and WilsOnf ;;^;  / /w'HEET^BAtmow: RACE^lst prize, ST 50 ; 2d,  $4.;/Won by M. Bray, first; ana^^A^McDon^  atd, se?ond. . This race gave so mrich amuse-  m;ent that a second race-, was made up, and  'w6n/by; Wilson.and Shaw.; ;: .-'7707 :'  v; These sports -only; whetted the- general appetite for more, arid a great variety of sports  followed7 In:;the;everiing,���������"''."-,     A\':p-       ; >/-  THE  AMATEUR THEATmCAT>PERFORMANCE  was. very: well attended. -The;"Buzzards?:  an d the, '* O ran ib ns,*.' / tw o': li vely fa re es,. w ere  ptayed, and cone 1 uded tbe; amusement of the.  day. The Amateurs played well, but not  with the;same finish as on previous occasions.  The audience, however,^ /were very much  amused and -well satisfied.. :   ���������. ;     ���������  ���������Messrs.. J. S. Thompson, T. Pattulo, S. B.  Tompk'ns were the committee on sports.;.the  theatrical performance was under the management of Mr R. A. Brown, and the pub lie-  keenly appreciated and enjoyed their efforts  toward making the day eventfulfor local history as marking the respect and attachment  duo to and deserved by one of the best of  wpriien and;Queens.    '  Tne Road���������It is ; impossible to say with  any thing like exactness when .the. road/between Barkerville and Van Winkle will be in  a condition to admit of trains passing over it.  Up to Van Winkle the snow has disappeared  sufficiently to allow a wajrori to. pass, but  frornxVmadqrcreek.ro Richfield there is still  a considerable depth of snow. /From the  African settlement to Jack-of-Clubs' creek  tho snow averages a depth of fourorfive feet.  Tli e p resen t r ai n y w ea th er wil I. h o we ver,  should ib continue ns it promises to do for a  week, take off the bulk of the snow very fast,  an d t h e ro a d rn ay b e o p e n i n '���������" t wo o r" th ree  weeks from the present date.  Imp.ortaxt to Importers, Forwarders, &c.���������  The rates of freight from Soda Creek to Ques-  n������'lmouth on the steamer Victoria have been  reduced to (one cent per lb., and passage to  $5. Messrs. Marvin & Wright are also pre-  pared to receive goods at Soda Creek and  forward them by wagons or pack trains to  William Creek at the lowest rates of freight,  free from dray age, storage and commissions,  co 11 ec t i n g freigh t u po n Will iam Oree k.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  ONE-HALF interest iri tlio.well.kuuMTl.-'f ANTELOPE  RESTAURANT;'! in Barkerville?:* For pariiciuars,  anvWto Mr. JOHN DALY, Pri the;premises-  .-*���������    '/ '��������� ���������   '.:.���������/-'"AX    my28Im.��������� A' ..' '...:,:./'  Reduotioii: -fe Freiglitl  THS RATES OF FREIGHT FROXT SODA CREEK TO  Quesuel mouth on;tho ���������'-. ;���������,/.. /,    /  STEAMER;:^  Will in Tuturb bo  ONE   C E N T    P E ft    P 6 0 N D j  ��������� 'PASSAGE.- -   ��������� /{ v   $& '''_ ���������������������������   -  The nridersigno'l will hereafter be^preparori to ro-  CRi ve goods at Sotla ..Creek an d, for wa rd.; th era b y  Wacf������ns or Pfick tnins to WlUiams Creek at the  LOWEST RATESOF FREIGHT,  FREE FROM DRAY AGE. STORAGE AND  COMMISSIONS,  Collecting Freight upon Williams Creek.   Wo respectfully ask for consignments.  X. -MARVIN & WRIGHT.  We aro not responsible for leakage of fluids'in-tin,.  SpUa" Creek, May U, 1870. my2Stf  LAMONT'S; EXPRESS  Connecting with Barnard's and Wells, Fargo  0-        ;--���������'���������& ,Co.'s' Ex press,' ��������� . -f  TITILL: LEAVE QUESNELMO.UTH on or about the  ,?>:/ 15th of every month for. OMINECA. All;Ex*  press matter to be forwarded through Barnard's Kx-  press to Quesnclmouth. ������������������:'���������,-''  :%;.'���������">"/ '���������'���������:���������'������������������/': -'V'-'  tin til further, notice tba charges^vill. bo t-^For-Let-  ters, $2 50 each"| Freight, $1 50 pert lb., including  Barnard *s Express charges.  ..:'.<Sy All letters must bo pre-paid. /:���������':���������'  Commissions aud general: business carefully at-  tended:to.,=.  & ���������"  myU tf '/., R. L. LAMONT. >���������  For Sale,  TE^p/^ELL-BUEf "iJWB������iEraO=HOXrSEr" t������rtti������ly:  .-.-the residence of.L.jC. Coombs, Esq., pleasantly  situate on the point at the mouth of Stout Gulch/  cohta i ni ng Two Rooms," a Wopdsh ed, Cellar,: and Car i  riage Shed. For particulars t apply to';.. ;  0*0X':'~i ' ::   R. H. brotvn,���������;'���������=  ��������� \rny21Tm,r ��������� :: -v-Barkerville.//.''  HYDRAULIC HOSE,  STRONG  AND  NEATLY   MADE.  ORDERS left at Mr, Neufelde'r's or Mr Francis Lal-  lier's, RigIjfield,, will be promptly attended to,  arid thankfully received:.  ap301m  ;     ' AA".A.      ///JOHN ANDERSON.;  A:. G-ILMORE,  ERGHANT TAIL OR,  ���������.' YATES ^STREET,   VICTORIA^   V.I., ';    '  HAS ON": HAND/ and is constantly, receivirig, a  large, assortment/��������� of. CLOTHS, CASSIME.RES  and Vestings, which he is prepared to make to order  in the most approved styles.    //....  Parties on William Creek can have their measures  taken by Mr McCallumiBarkeyvilJe. ������������������������������������  "jg������- All orders, from Cariboo promptly attended  to. '������������������������������������rX.     ������������������������������������'���������.���������'-'*'��������� my21 -'6m. ���������>  DB. SIDDALi, M.A.E.S., U.S.r  AND    DENTIST  3  TTAS. REMOVED TO BARKERVILLE, and is pre.  Li pared to treat all kinds of disease and execute  DENTISTRY in all its different branches in the neat,  est and; best style. Teeth filled with'pure Gold and  Silver; also, False Teeth put in on Gold Plate, and  upon pivots on old stumps or portions of the teeth,  which very often remain quite sound in the jawbone  after the tops are gone; and this is the best way for  any person to have false teeth, as they are uever removed for the purpose of cleaning like those upon  plate, and 9re perfectly. natural to the mouth and  tongue, as much so as the original teeth were.       :  Parties who have got sound teeth would do well to  call and have them cleaned, thud avoiding losing  them as others have done through the injurious effects  of what is called tartar, consisting of salivary (mucus)  animal matter and phosphate of lime, which encrusts  the teeth with a dark scalo, loosens the gums, continues down to the bones, loosens the teeth and  causes them to fallout without being decayed.  4Jggr Teeth extracted in the very best way known.  Charges moderate    The best references given,  and  all work warranted to give perfect satisfaction.  fta^OFFICE���������Opposite the Government Assay Office.  ,my2i  . ,..   BA-RKERVILI/E; ���������������������������.������'- ���������'-��������� ���������:  ���������     ' --.*  Cariboo Literary Institute  A PUBLIC MEETING will he held in tbe Reading  il Room THIS (S;i IurJay) EVENI G, a t 8 p. m to  take into consideration the affairs of tlicabove Institution.   The public generally ore invited to attend  J. S. THOMPSON,  toy 38 President.  WAKE-UP-JAKE  Restaurant and Bakery���������  rpnF. proprietors or this old and wcll-knownestab-  I- Us'iment would respectfully thank their numor-  ousf riends and the public lor the extensive patronage  heretofore bestowed on them;, and trust that hy their  nsusil strict attention to business they will merit a  continuance of their confidence aud support.  Meals, $1.    Board,  $16   per  "Week.  BREAD MADE  OP   THE  BEST FLOUR  ^yp recommend to the public our  GROUND     COFFEE,  which is a much.superior article than any which cm  he had from below. We Roast and Grind it ourselves  and choose the best berries, consequently tho public  may bo sure of its being free from adulteration.  PATTERSON" k G00D������O#  ADVERTISEMENTS.  YAT ESS TREE T,/ V10 T 0 RI a , V.I.  jjgg- Orders. for  Mbniimeats;/ Tombstones, kc  iromp tly a ttend ed fp. - Every des crip ti on of work  pro  in Marble executed; '  .  work  my7 6tn  S PRO AT  &  CO,  'iy':'x' 07A:; '/AGENTS'FOR'.-������������������' '::    ji    >  The Royal Insurance Co.,  WHARF STREET,' VICTORIA, :V. 1,  '"���������' ��������� ���������������������������/';,J-: my7 3m  Mining and Agricultural  .  Maicliinorv,  S PRATT k KRIEM LE R Ma nn fa c tu ro nil kinrl ���������, 0r  Machinery for Farmers and Miners, al the Albfea  Foundry, Victoria, V.I.., and for chejipm.-ss .m*  qiiuUty their work can not b0 rivttUed by nny o;:��������� :������r  machinists. First premium Colonial made W'rougU  Iron Ploughs, after the Scotch style, universally ac*  knowledged to be the best in .use, price $65. OriUra  for Quarts Mills, Iron Pumps,.."&������., Ploughs or prirta.  of, Ploughs, promptly attended to. ��������� myt 6m  I  h'X'i  m  A.  Casamayou & Cov,  Commission .Merchants & Wholesale Dealers  '". -A'.'" ���������/ '.".. -'in:5' :��������� ��������� ��������� '��������� "  |p  ^GROC)ERIES,  pro visions,  HAY A N A   CI GARS   AND   FRENCH  /PRESERVES;  Yates slreet, Victoria, V.I.  -���������/;;;. '/.AAAAx . ���������'���������  .  my7 3m    ; -, ...   ������������������ -.-'''  AAaA 'H^'^e...   Im por ter an d Deal er in Fine Ha van a  Ai  urn  CIG-ABS and_ TOBAGOO:  Theabove. articles can  be obtained in and out; ot  Bond, at the option of the purchaser.   A goutral.  ���������:/':-.;--':-':       ': ���������'��������� .assortment of'  ;       SMOKING   ARTICLES.  tS- Orders from the Upper country promptly ftt������  tended to.:        / .  ���������'-���������'.NO. '47 .YATES STREET.- .'   '��������� ���������      / '��������� W  '-���������'������������������...���������' ;"-��������� ' ' '   ���������    ��������� Mr-  (Opposite the Bank of British North America,)  _.,      '' ���������       -/;.;, VICTORIA, V.I.;/ ������������������'./.-; ,: m>'7 3tn  m  m  lea  wi  hv  pi  CO  [in  Ion  u  ��������� C'.''i  \A.  CO  ar  8 a  cc  (se  sec  jth  jib  i ..���������  Ifch  [th  :P'  [di  P'  a]  :at  oi  iSi  K  w  M  tl  LONDON   HOUSE/  GOVERNMENT AND.. WH ARE STREETS,    /:^:...^://;/',VlCT0RIA.,///.''.'.  Imp or te rs ,0 f al 1: d e scrip ti 0 ns o f 1) ry G opds,  Hosiery and Undercio tb iog.  A very full assortment of these goods, suitable for|  "Wholesale buyers,' at their Wharf st reel Si ore. |  Regular sapplies received from Europe by s������iliii?|  vessels and by Express via Panariia and Pacific R;ul-|  road/;"'.. .  -: ,; ' ������������������ $  i^-Particular attention given to orders from Brit  ish Columbia.. /'  Sole Agent for At.exanork Kid Glovks. w  J. P. TQNSTALL& Co., 8 Bow Clmrcb|f  Yard. '/���������������������������: ,-.-  London Firm-  PHOTOG-RAPHY !  IA.   BLANC desires to inform his   fricndj|  j*       and the public that he has, for a few monU������|  only,  "-'/'"���������.:���������; - .  I  GREATLY    REDUCED-   HIS '"��������� PRICES|  .   , TO SUIT   THE TIMES. |  Miners intending to leavo for Peaco riv^r ������:H c-;|  well to take advantage of this.opportunity t.������) fic^^pi  to friends a likeness before their departu'o for t.:������|  new mines. - ���������. ���������    ��������� ���������     I  Ba rkerviiic- March IXth, 1S70. r.i n 23 #  lii  TICE.  Branch   Drug    Storcvl  I will tnke copies of the above with me and lot*M  ...       ...        .... ���������      .._  i-..lt HSg  up the original till my return in the fall.  I will also take a select lot of flrugs, Patent M%  cini'S, and various ichtas, suilahlo fcr Minn's.        m  During my absence, I hope my lrientls will no i������js  get that I have a large an I choice Assortment 01 gj  tent Medicines at the Old Stand here, which thcyc������|  obtain at reasonable rates, ,    If  Parties owing small accounts will please call W|g  settle the samo. , mmbr   ���������__    1  JAS.-P.   TAYLOR,  I  Barkerville. March 18,1870, -AM  3      iSj  NOTICE-IS HEREBY GIVEN that tbo ^J^Bl  heretofore existing between N. CUMO ^  LOUIS ERB, as Brewers and Saloon koopcrs m ^������  TREVI1X12, Mosquito Creek, has this d������y- been ^  solved by mutual consont. . ���������    ���������.,,.       j!  N. CUNIO.       pm  LOUIS ERB.    j|  Wltnoss~lF. Bissonnetto. ���������t i(S  Barkorvilla, May 13, 1870,   . Wil l H  0M *fo*'   ���������I,.!"*"' '. !'jf>jSfa!ffl***-'~rf^<W'in<i>A>w..r,n>������.'>mi  il CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1870.  COURT PROCEEDINGS;  Imeforo Hon. H/ M.\ Brill, Gold Commissioner and  & County Court Judge '  Jo.,  pal  ri-.  o  I  nugU  >* ac.  )n.U-ra  par u.  6m  ��������� 3  alera  3,  NCH  1  E  0.  y  out. of  eral  ,\y aV  r 3UV:  fes1  uETS,  !ood3r|  blc for  c Rail'  n Brit-  ;iiurcliH  fricndil  nontbil  [CES  ;23ttv  t Xfo������8f  Ji  lot fnt|$f  icy  all an  nl9tf  nersi  10 n  ti CE  send  /SI  pl| ���������."������������������������������������''''.   Thursday, May 26,1870.  lAAm  McICeNny Co. vs. Alert Co.--Suit- to'"show  ^Sjcaiise why a writ of-execution should not be  IBBwUbdrawn from tbeMclnnes. Co.'s ground on  Wil Ham*creek, said ground being claimed by  plaintiffs,      ��������� ���������' ������������������"'���������:���������:'  On July 2'itb, 1869, Francis McKenny re  corded 100 feet of the old Davis co.'s ground,  including tbe sbaft of the said company ; and  on 27tb July, 1869, R. T. Sanders recorded  i or; fait of the. Davis ground adjoining Mc-  Kenny's- claim as aforesaid, to be worked 'in  e o i I j ^ w;l io n w i th McKen n y ,'s ��������������������������� claim,bb th  (A.X-iw forming the ground of the McKenny  co. On'the 23d May, 1870g^|rancia McKenny  and C, McKane recorded the ground* aforesaid for tbe McKenny co..  A writ of execution agai nst: the Mclnnes  co. and iii"favbr, of .the Alert co. had been  served prior to tbe last record of the McKenny  co., and the question now at issue was whether  the McKenny claim formed��������� part of the Mclnnes claim.;/;��������� 'Xxx. ��������� 'yA7iiAX0A^;'A:x>^  On the part of the defence,it was contended  that the McKenny co. bad amaigamatedwfth  the Mclnnes co. and formed..part;of that. com-.  pany'; that they had worked in company and  divided the proceeds.';^r-"O?w./0onii3������ioy'; that  plai nti ff*?-right-to;-b e copsidereiLas d-company.  apart from the McTrines co: bad been: obliterated by the acts done by both under the name  of the Mclh nes co.;   tb at the' cl ai ra h el d by  Sanders had never been/transferred;to. Mc-  K'nny.; that the claim held,by McKenny was  within the lines of the Mclnnes co.,:aiid"that  McKenny had/, acknowledged suc,h :lines as  those of the Mclnnes cp..'....'/<        AAi **- <*;^  E-videoce was adduced accordingly. ���������'.  Plaintiffs'/denied that they had umjjd with  the Mclnnes co.;', that when the-Mcinnes co.  staked off their ground last year, plai nti its dispute d^������rgrQ.uud"sta'ked bfecaiise the:;Mclnnes  corhad encro ached .ii po u ��������� theirgroh nd ; /that;  etfb*equently tbey agreed  to work toget-her,-  but had riot acknowledged th������ claim  of-the  Mclnnes co. jo tiny portion of their ground// ���������  The. above appeared to be substantially the  grounds of dispute, and/a question arose a3 to  the location of the ground ;claimed by McKenny, the record stating, as above-mentioned,  th at U Was 10 0 feet o f: the old Da vis gro tiad ,���������'  beiug the 100 feet which takes in the : Davis  shaft.   It appeared, however, that there were  three Davis shafts.   McKeuny contended that  it was the Freeze-out Shaft; and thatthe Borealis tunnel was included, in, his claim. /Defendants contended that thie shaft referred to  was the wheel-shaft, and that the tunnel was  not included.in the-claim.  The defence/called  Mr H11nter��������� civil engineeh; who pro ved/that  the Davis ground did not include the tunnel  cl ai in ed by M cICen n y, an d M r Hil to ri������w bo was  foreman of the Borealis co, in 1867, UjBtiSed  that the Borealis co. ran the tunnel, corrobor  a ting Mr Hunters statement, and that the  i)\v*is co.; only had privilege to use it on  \' rbal permission of-the Borealis co,  The Commissioner said the case was a very  co t i p U c a ted o n e,: a n d the oniy tbing to guide  h i m was the. record; / th at he belie ved the  shaft claimed in the record was the Freeze-out  ah a ft, and ; thereto re he must alio w th e 10 0  ft1 tl; claimed by McKenny ;;blit the execution must lie on the Mclnnes ground, ihclud-  ��������� J a������,4be tu-nneL as it had been proved that the  iii>:nei was not in tbe Davis ground, and hence  c'jfild not be/claimed by McKenny. his record  only calling for tbe Davis shaft. He could  wwve.no possible right to the tunnel.  Eclipse: Co. vs Victoria Co.~Action to  show cause why defendants should not be  ejected from 300 feet of mining ground on  Lowhee creek claimed by plaintiffs. s  The records showed, that the Eclipse co.  pre-empted the ground on August 14th, 1869,  and the Victoria co. on April .4, 1870.  The defence set up was: That the Eclipse  co. had abandoned the ground before the end  of the open season of last year ; that they had  procured from the Gold Commissioner a leave  of absence from representing the ground on  conditions which had not been fulfilled ; that  the application for leave of, absence stated  that when the Victoria drain bad been sufficiently advanced to enable them (the plaintiffs) to sink a shaft they would do so ; that  plain tiffs had not done any work at all,  although  the drain  had  been   run  through  ������������*^*.>^M^^/a������������^tf^������l���������(^aj;; jtaaaiAZfcL.:;;-;.,:.;/;, ..\/,  their ground into the Victoria ground at least  a month before the general laying over of  claims* by proclamation ; that before plaintiffs obtained permission to lay over their  ground the drain had been run tli rough and  past their;groupd ; that defendants had been  working in the disputed ground since: April  last without interruption or com plai lit from  plaintiffs;/ and that under all these circumstances, it was clear that the plaintiffs only  claimed the ground for speculative purposes,  especially as they had allowed defendants to  prospect the ground since ��������� April, when defend ants recorded the same.  Evidence was adduced in support of this  dofeuce."1 ���������.''"���������'".;.  0 n the o ther; h and, d efen dan Is d enied having abandoned the ground as stated ; that on  the contrary they had represented it; that  the Victoria drain not being on bedrock in  plaintiffs7 ground was not deep enough to  drain the ground ; that they had therefore in  conjunction with the Russell-Robertson co.,  run a drain which would drain both Maims ;  that in this way they (the plaintiffs) had represented their claims ; that even if the Victoria drai n co u 1 d ha ve d rain ed pi ain.ti ffs?  ground, it was too late in the season to commence sinking a shaft; that, moreover, ,the  claims had been laid over for the season ;  that the record of the Victoria co. for the  ground in question was null and.void because  two members of' that company, whose names  had been made use of in the record, had repudiated the record, and had protested against  ineurring .any.; responsibility in connection  therewith. "���������. ��������� ' ��������� :/-.,-  Evidence was produced accordingly,./,-'. ���������  The Comniissiorier gave-jiidgmeht for plaintiffs on the following grounds :. That if the  Victoria,co. had considered the ground abandoned, the proper time to have pre-empted  should have been three days, after they bad  sufficiently advanced their tunnel to .enable  the plaintiffs to sink a shaft; that then thej  migh t-have -p men re d- ~^/-ca n ceU ation/^pf ^h e  leave of absence or compelled tile plain lifts  . to sink a shaf I ;/l hat they had- aliowed pi a i n tiffs  to hold possession of, the ground; nntil the  general 1 aying over of c 1 aims by proclama-  tion, and; that thereafter the .ground could riot  be prerempled until after the expiry of /the  close season..���������'������������������.'- i.A"r -iA-Ax ���������..'���������;*"'..'-'���������' \7-  A FniDAT,;M:ay:.27,:lS70;'/'-  Ross Co. vs/ Auror A; Co.-���������Ac li o ri. to sh o w  cause why derendants should not be; ejected  f^orii -minirig ground clltiiped by;plaintiffs on  Iiightning creek, an d/ pay S5 00'.; daniages for  t$?s������assihei*epn. Ppstponed till Monday������nexL  The costs o f wi tn esses; to b e - b brne by: the de-  ���������fentoxlfe^^ ��������� ***'A,..~^x A00^0--r~^~---^0  '^Ross Uo. vs. JosBPn KatitAn���������To" show  ^a'use why defe nd a n t sh o ul d v not be ejected  fvb m grou nd cl ai m ed by pi ai utiffs ^o ri ;Liigh t-  1i.frig creek, an d p ay $5 00 dam ages To r tres -  pass there6n.   Postpdned till Monday:next ..  'rAxx. MININGINTBtLIQEKCE/  '-; "'*���������. ��������� " WILLTAJt CREEPS.'/,  The Flume, McLaren, Dutch Bill, Cornish  arid Brouse. hydrantic companies have commenced- work. /��������� Very little work is being  done in tbeMpwer part of the creek on account  of the large, body* of water running in the  creek.* The Barker co. are sinking a shaft  The Foster-Campbell co are working. Prospecting for the.Diller lead in .the Little Diller  tunnel has been resuriied.',  . ; '/'CONKLIK GULCH.' .:.  The Felix co. washed up 26 oz/for the week.  STOUT GBLCH.    -  Tlte Taffvale co. washed up 59 oz. for the  week.-'  FRENCH CREEK.  The Ambrose co. have commenced to run  a;tnnnel. The Cosmopolitan co. lost the bed  rock on the left and are running ahead to  strike tbe deepest part of tbe channel. The  North American co. are in with tbeir tunnel  250 feet.  LIGHTNING CREEK.  The Lightning co. washed up 205 oz. from  2������ seta of timber.  ANDERSON CREEK.  The Warren co. took out 36 oz. from two  sets of/imbers.  . ClIISnOLM CREEK..  The Good Hope co. made wages for the  week.  HARDSCRAimE CREEK.  The Discovery co. have commenced operations for the season.  LOWHEE CREEK.  The Brown and Kelly companies have recommenced piping tbia week. The Victoria  co. have ground in sight paying from 8 to 9  oz. tb tbe set, but are troubled with water  overhead.  MINING RECORDS.  ;-:-, ;'.;.' ���������;������������������. MINK GULCH.    . /������������������,:.���������'������������������'".  Perseverarice Co.���������May'..19'���������John AndeW  son, 1-12th of one interest.   Re-record. '.  Perseverance co.^-May 21--Peter McDonald, one^half of one interest/  Re-record.  '.-**''"    :'-'' CONKUN' GULCH.''-        xA'0''.  Lone jStar co.���������May 21^-John Kpster, two  interests 5 H. O. Bo we, one interest; Charles  13rackerj Thos. Nathan, F. Neufelder, Ej Neu-  feider, A. Franke arid 1ST; A.Parfitt, each one-  halt of one interest. i'Re;rec0rd,  ��������� Read cp.���������May 23���������"VV. Wi Dodcl, one and  one-half interests ; /VVi D. Moses,K Robt. Pa-tter-  son, Win. Fitchey, each one interest j;: John  Goodson, Thos. Harvey, each three-quarters  of one interest; Geo. Duff, Win. Tucker, H.  Morgan, Jobn Jobnson; IL Randai 1, II. L11 cas,  C. Strouss, each one-half, cf one in ter ost;  Amos Powell, one-quarter of one interest, and  Wm. Fitchey one-half of one interest (in trust  for the company).   Re-record.  .      WILLIAM CREEK.     ' .    ' :'  Rip/Van Winkle co.���������May 23-M. /McLaughlin and Robt. McDermott, 250 feet fori  east ;side, commencing at Hhe; corner front  stake Of th<? Me'Iveii ti y cl a i ml an d nmn ? n g������������������ -u' p-  stream to/the line of the Aurora co.. and back  lo/the sumntit of/ the; hill 'ozi the-\lines, of said  nlairns.-  66. '0  i Dutch  two and one  and pri e-half i a te rests .  est. :v.'.Re-reconL ��������� x77.7r -��������� '���������.  ���������"���������. Six-toed Pete cb^fey  four interests:   Rerocord.;;   /;  i '���������.- May - ^25-^-I'iio^;''il������an n.y;;.- one ��������� h \) V cinlm en  Tipt^sidby;rl\yri^e^yT-;Lha.,J^r :;co "  ground.    A-x-x A /:-. / ' . //.'".""'  .V-��������� McKenny co/~fMay/ /23 --^Francis McKeri,ny  and Chade's McKane^ch:oiie^full interest iri:  the Davis co.frhill claims���������';... 20.0 feet frontage  ou.^Williarii'creek; with; side lines running  back, on-the; hil 1400- feet;^ To be known as  the McKenny co.   *' ;���������       ���������:   x  , May 23���������Sang Mee and Ah Powy ���������: twp ; hi 11  cl ai m s on rig lit side of ; JY! I Ham, creek,: c 0 m  .menci rig at the upper lines of the old; Tontine  co; aridTunriing;Up'stream:200 feet; /:  :; Ne w Aurora/co ^--May 25-A-Jos. Shaw,; 0rie  and one-half inttu-ests ; Thos.Laverytpne.and  ���������o ri eiq nar ter in terest s ; / O.   Urquhar t,  ; Alex.  : JoJmsO'G^f^nTrv JUs^^.^ i������Joi>'': f&n&  inferest:|-i Jas; Elder^one/halfpf .one intefesfc  ���������in all consisting of -4&9 feet, hill claims.  Ue-i'ecord. ;' K,  .   SchoodIacvb6--Hv.2(5-^Rees.D.vv;si A.John-  To;be. known as.the,Bip VraWiril^^  Bill";' co:���������Mdy; / 2Z0;^^^rff>,  JBcsrhalf jhle^is ;. '-M^Auamber^ one  ���������WBu-SooKi one iafcer-  May 23 ���������Va Nu Pied 60.j on ��������� Gayct ravine,  100 inches of water taken from Grouse creek  below the canyon. Re-reeord.  /.Baker cp.���������Mky 28--^Ah; Chaung, the whole  of the Baker co^600 feet���������creek claiina������  Re-record.;'- ���������.; ;������������������ -b���������'/���������;'; x <���������''.  Mount Pleasant Bitchy-May 2G���������P. Ber*  trand;ihe;Mount Pleasant Ditch. " ���������  Hard-up co^-May- 26^ Anthony/ McAlin-  den, one and^7-2-ltbs interests; G. ������*L;"<i5hep-  herd,'������������������ o rie ana 7-24 ths i b terests ; II. Newel I  and Robert McNab, each one interest; T. D������  Johnston, 2-3qs of one interest; F. Toviot,  4 of one interest; : J. S. Thompson, i of one  in terest���������i n;all���������900; fe e t.. lle-rec 0 rd.  Hard up co.^ftfay.;20-^G. L. Shepperd. in.  trust for the, Hard-up co^, 100 feet on the hill,  ea.st side of'Gro usee reek, commencing at tho  present upper line of the Hard-up co. and  running up stream. To be worked in coui  junclipn with and iorm part of the Hard-up  CO.    .-.';::���������. ���������        . 0 ���������������' ���������,'.''./ >.���������  :    -ANTt^Elt CREEK.  Old Leadep.���������May-23-^Th08. Hind, J. U.  Ne wto n and L.; Wintrip, th ree i n terests.   Re-  record.'/1'���������.'{;-;������������������: '-'���������' 7AA'i ;'  :Ai KEfraLEY CREEK.  ' Mo.y23-~Bueno Ventura, one hill claim on  leftside, cohimencirig 100 feetvbelow Selsey'i  claim arid running down stream 100 feet.  ';/;;/���������'     x. ^qkth. ^ork qpesnelle.  :.   Ab  TTong co.-May 23-r-Ah ITon^: Mow  Ciitiu.������: arid Son \row,. three bench claims ou  j?.o ii th Ai C\ e f a U 0 n t o n e rii il e above the old  b ridge ; also, w s ter frorii a; creek about f011 r  mihrk above :bridge, coining from a sin all  jlaive;:;nlfi6;;a.li about 25  inches of WiUer, Situated bne-quarter of"a~niil<r  ;ab0 ve Ah' Hoixg co.% .dilcb.  -Aj-  Winjtip,  ������,.  stpn and C. Young, f.mr hill-claims pri left  si fl e 01 creek, c 0 m men ci n g fro m as take im-  medjately above the Morning Star co.?s cut  :and running, up strearn, 400 fret above the  Chinese garden;pai*trif Same ground being a  re-record of-Spanish eo. The whole to ;be  kriowrri as the',Schoodiac co:. : ; ; .  :-.���������' Birrel 1 cp.-^May 2 6-^-Joseph Evans, f9lir  interests in Birrell co.   Re-record.   ;;  ';   A;' -'���������,':'''��������� ;pRENCH^CREEKJ/':.' * ".  Ambrbse.co.-~May 25���������A. Vignola, C. VaiU  ancour, J. Burdick, Jos. Cohen; S. B. Tomp^  kins, T.Spilman- Il.'Ghristie, iAj\ McPherson,  i n trust for the A mb rose co., eigh t hil I clai m s,  commencing at the:upper line of the Gosmo-  politan co. arid running up stream 800 feet,  having for a;base, line the eastern side lineof  the/Ambrose co.'s creek claims/-Tpbe worked  in conjunction with and form part of the Ambrose co. - /-'    . /���������'���������' ���������".-���������/ '.;';.''  -,' WHIPSAW-' GULCH.'-'"//  Cornubian co.���������May 23���������Recorded in favor  of Richard Quick and Wm. Nicbolls,v250 feet  pa Whipsaw gulch^ being the upper / part of  the ground abandoned  by the Discovery co.  LAST CHANCE OREKK.  May 21���������Wasb Sam, 100 feet. ;  "v'. / T'; " *.'a:ndersos" ciigEKi:'' -��������� ������������������-" *��������� ������������������'-' - .--���������*������������������"  Warren co.���������May. 21���������James Stephenson,  flTohn Glasson, Joseph Penberthy and Thomas  Pierce, four creek claims adjoining the Warren co/s tipper stake or line. To be worked  in conjunction with and form part of the Warren co.  I^OUNTAIN CREEK.  May 25���������Ah Chaie, Quawn, two creek  claims about 18 miles from Van Winkle.  LIGHTNING CREEK.  Rough and Ready co.���������May 25���������A. Sneddon, J. Cranston, J. Dunn, 300 feet, commencing at the lower line of the Rough arid  Ready co., arid running down stream 300.feet.  To be worked in conjunction with and form  part of the Rough and Ready co.  Eldorado co.���������May 26���������John Bruce, one  interest, abandoned by Joint Adair and Jas.  Nicholson'.  GROUSE CREEK.  May 23���������Anthony McAlinden, an old ditch  abandoned by the MountPleasant co.  ' fins Posirriaster has; affixed a drop letter*  box/to thePo^tofficewiridow, so that parties  j caiv prirehase gtarnp3 and post Ietters, &c., at  Uinyi5'W'rir-/:;-;:frbis;.wiil;.:bea:great conveniencd  liO-uiiners^ frn.m,the/OAitslde creeks and to the  public generally. -A. placard under the box  Ogives the rates/of /poetage::: To England, Ire������  land arid ScbtlancL/ 50c ; to Victoria or New  .Westmirister, 25c, and' 12 Ac to offices on the,  [y?MAyi7y x0x7. ;-,V- 777a  77Xi^^^^i^r'^7iP^yovA number of the  Sentinel we published a.list of the principal  farn^VS and the extent of their tillage for'lhia  year, showing a large increase of grain-grow-  ing, anil.bmitted;;to Mr Bates, of  Deep, /Greek,(lias;resu med / far ni ing op era tioris;.  at:tlie cre^k^Mr:B^es,/we understand, has  over 100 acres of land under cultivation for  g n'ri this'��������� season.:"^;00 ��������� v-'  MEirpRr* presides over the past: Fell's  Coffee over the present., The first lives in a  ;rich\temple hung:with;glorious trophies, and  'tied; With tombs; but Fell's Coffee has but  one shrine, and th at Is e very b re akf ast tab ie.  Its aroma walks the earth like a spirit, and  can: be found for sale at every respectable  dealer's in British Columbia. Beware of  spurio us imitati0ns,     ;- :; -  - Tne Weather and Mining���������Rain set in 0 q  Saturday last and has continued falling frequently during the week. The creek3 and  gnlches are full of water%nd the snow still  lies deep on the mountainsv At this time last  year the weather/Was hot and dry, and the  bulk, of the snri w had disappeared. Mini rig  operations will certainly not be'unsuccessful  for want of water this season.  Omineca  Express ���������:Lamont having goto.*  pieced his arrangements with Barnard's ��������� Er- ���������  press and Wells, Fargo &'C6., anrioiinbes that ,  in; future all letters for Omineca and Peace  River innst be pre-paid.  The charge for each  letter is- S2-59.; /The express leaves Quesne-U/;.  mouth on or about the 15'th/of every month."  Groon Pay���������The Lightning co., on Lightning creek, last week took out 205 bz. of gold  from a piece of ground measuring 9 feet by  8 2-3. This week they are getting 100 oz. to  the set of timbers, and expect co have 400 or  500 0*5. at the end of the wees.  Unfortunate���������A miner named Chipps fell  over a log the other day and had one of bis  legs broken.; A short time ago he fell down  the Chipps shaft and was much hurt, but had  recovered from the effects of that accident.  A Public meeting will be held in the Read*  ing Room of the Cariboo Literary Institute at  8 p.m. this evening, and a.full attendance is  requested. .  <  Mr. Thaddeus Harper arrived in Barker*  ville on Wednesday.  AA  XX-  ti  "���������^���������ttlVrivw^.^ ������..._ r ~x0X0r'>'   *���������  ., x 0ft - ,,  THB/ONEIDA/CAL AMITY,  '. <���������>  1 i  ���������.?-  :_���������  A  %  I  5  *  ' r  J  <���������'���������  fl'  5 ���������  ;    ' On the 27fch January a naval court of in  qnirjtf ; ebrapo^  ^'.s'...''r^iilStf;, tjiro' ''.officer^ of ^H.. Mr-fiBfe /^'e^n, i^nd  r vyoVvmerchimt/,captains-^waS held to iuquire  .'���������;..Intoithc circiimstaiices i ofrthoycollisio;n, the  . :iJnifedMtes Minister taking part in the prc--  "....:/" codings as rei^ese^  : ��������� /'can ^teA*e^i/v:i;>.t;^ii������. Sresidept^iiounced.  the following decision;    '      X '���������  ;  ' y^e; fi id,:from the eyidencevljefore us that  ���������:/ / ;on a dark rbuV-starlight highit, the 2<Ub; of/Janv  "'* / viary^a6t,/the;steamsljip Bombay, through no  fan! fc of her commander, .Mr ,Ey re, cam e in to  ^coiiisipn  Vith//ftie;;-United/,States/corvette  Oneida/in the;close-Vicinity of ,Sar?ilogo spit,  . , situated'so m e ten miles fro ra.. %o koh a m a ;    ���������  A-A   That Ihe effect of the collision on the Bombay was comparatively slight;.;,   /  ���������TOat;guns,w:ere fired, from / the^Oneida, as  ' signals of distress from ten to fifteen minutes  after the collision took place f'..-  '.��������� :;That. tbe reports of the guns were not heard:  nor the flashes seen on board tbe Bombay ;  That after the collision the fact of the Bom"  bay having been hailed from the Oneida was  reported to Mr Eyre';      ,   .  ThatMrEyre only knew that some of the  upper works of, the Ohoidu'bad been carried  away, and was unaware of the amount of in-  ..... -..-..,.  jury sustained-by her ;  That the Bombay wa3 a small steamer carrying passengers and cargo, and was built in  compartments, only one of which was reported  to him as making water last j  ��������� That the whole./extent, of the injury sustained by tbo Bombay was. not ascertained  till the day following the collision ;  . That immediately after the collision it- was  liotrconsidered-to bc-souious^Joivhad it b een  bo, it is natural to suppose that the knowledge  of the pilot would have been availed ot and  tbe Bombay run on to the Saratogo spit;  That, in our opinion, no danger to the Bombay, her passengers, or cargo, was apprehended by Mr.Eyre ;  ..That.from the questions he asked ,the pilot,  ho evidently thought that the Oneida might  possibly have sustained serions injury ;  That he waited  at the  most live minutes  after the collision to see if signals of distress  were made from the Oneida ;  That after his ship again proceeded he gave  no orders that a lookout should b*e" kept in  the direction of the Oneida ;  That had he or any one else been keeping  a proper lookout, the flashes of the Oneida's  guns must have been seen, though their reports might not have been heard.  Under all these circumstances it becomes  our duty to pronounce whether, in our opinion, Mr Eyre was justined in proceeding on  his  voyage ��������� without  waiting   to   ascertain  ���������  whether the Oneida was in need of assistance..  /We;recognize the fact:that ho was.^ placed  ���������    In a position of % great! difficulty and doub t,  and in /circumstances under which he was  .    called upon to. decide promptly:; but we regret to have to ree ord it ��������� a -a o u r opi h io o that  lie acted hastily and ill-ad vised Iy, in that, instead of waiting and endeavoring to render  assistance to the Oneida, he,nwithout having  treason*o believe that his,own vessel was in a  X- perilous condition, proceeded on his voyage.  This conduct constitutes, in our opinion, a  breach of the 23d section of the 6b'd chapter  Of the Merchant: Shipping Act Amendment  Act of 1862, and we therefore feel called upon  to suspend Mr Ey re V certificate for six calen  dar months from this date. ..'  \  Kanawanga, 12th February, 1870.  Fred. Lowpbu. H.B.M.:s Consul, President  the Court.  Arthur Tixtotsr, Commander IT.M.S. Ocean.  DAvrn Moork, Staff Com. H.M.S. Ocean.  Jons' Gilpillan, Master S.S. Sultan,  WrLLTAM Chapman. Master of Rockliffe.  Mr Barnard .then rose, and addressing tbe  Court, said : I have a duty to perform under  these circumstances, which I will dp very  shortly, having somewhat anticipated that I  uhould be called on in the interests of my  client, Capr. Eyre, to respectfully appeal  against your judgment to the Board of Trade.  ��������� The President���������There's no appeal to the  Board of Trade.  Mr Barnard then respectfully submitted  that, his Honor had misinterpreted the mean-  jng of, the; Act, and that there had been no  legal duty shown by which it appeared incumbent upon Captain Eyre^ to turn round  and cha^e the other vessel, and that; the eburt  was hot called upon to give an opinion upon  moral obligation. ,  ; :The.'President---Let. me .tell ybadt once,  Mr Barnard>. we do not ��������� ask, for aiijbody\  opmiori J but wo are acco u n tabI e to the B oard  of Trade���������an d.! the Bo ard of Tr a, fie o n ly���������for  the decision which has been giyeii. It is perfectly unnecessary for you to argue any more.  The Court then rose. 7777 7' ������������������.'  MISCELLANEOUS.  ATC H M A % ER  miscellaneous:  AND  ^FACETIiE;:  Wjiat hk .' Lka rnep*~- As Suu day. sch oo 1  teacher asked a little fellow if: be learned'  a nyth i n g d u rin g the - ftmtx *i -Tes/'1 sa*(1 ^i0 *  ���������' What is it. you have learaed V'i\(t Never to  triiinp your partner's ace.,;     ' ������������������  DiiKApFUL Luck���������Ah Illinois.girl of 20 has  hung herselt from having such dreadful luck  with husbands. OiVe frbzeto/deaUi, and. two  drank so that she had to get.divorced from  therm.^ - A ��������� ���������0:V'0A: ;.:h; i:. "' -'.;.:���������.:'���������-.-  Its Okigin���������After; a ^wedding;-it was formerly a custom lo drink honey ^dissolved ;;in  .^ater for, (bitty d ays^-a^;ixio6n,s. agei He nee  the origin i,f the honeymoon.  Ik ..tiiey 1i)ox'T--Ai fashionable clergy man  in Chicago warns the;sinners of his congregation that if they don ?t; repent ;they will goto  tbe {- place of eternal uneasiness.^. ;/:  " Tuat's so'!"���������. A correspondent of a. paper  having described the Ohio.as a;s!ckly ^treain,^  the editor appended.the;^remark, fsThai's so I  it is confined to Us bed.V  , ���������   ���������  AX3AKiW:&:&&'&A$0x  \...;....X;X^BARKERViLLiE,:���������'. ������������������'���������. '"��������� /������������������ ���������':li  A-CtifAPixG^^  Boats; SUobs ClotMng;a  i: (Groceries,  OP  THE  BEST /QUA LIT Y,  ' iPorsale at the Store of tho uiitlcrslgnad in Barker-  rille, opposito the, Bunk of, British Col urn hla.     -.-"..'  rAAA.A-.':  "���������'������������������ ..,-    A: ":f  ////W.-ltENNIE. '������������������'  Has commenced making her regular Ir  between p���������v-'ps  SQp^ CREEK & QUESNELMOUTH.  ������&* The a team or Is not responslhle for i<������av*  Ollg, or other liquhls shipped in tins. -kasc Qi  se4 tf  as usual.  LlGUTXlNO CllEEK.  M1  A Candid Admisston���������A SacfamenTa  announces a ball in/ which; l'(( no; gentle ni en  are. admitted/' and adds, ^we have:received;  a complimentary ticket IV 77:0    A/0 0'/  .Harder���������An exchange says: "Hard as jit  is to understand the difficult parts of ihe Bible;  it is a great deal harder to practice the  simple parts."     ���������';'. '-.���������/���������.       ���������"'���������������������������  . Tt   Sii rrSr-������Chimncy..MyaciajAxigi.;tc^tat/��������� be/ a  very agreeable business,; for it soots every-  .body who tries it. :-:AryAxAA:-'i,7:X7AAiA-i -Ax'i  ��������� Qukry���������Did Adam and Eve have^s^veet  time raising Cain ?  Modified It���������The fellow who sings "'���������"T  would not live always," has'.'/'modirie<3 it by  the addition " in a cheap boarding house,"',.':  Poor Use���������Tho poorest use a man canpnt  bis tim e an d talen ts to . is to / waste rhenv in  chasing a lie to see who told ILA-A-  A0'  ^ Busin'krs-" When he shot at me the third  time,'? said a California teamster, speaking of  a ruffian who attempted'tp assassinate Mm���������  ';* when he shot at me: the third time, I'began  to thi nk he in eah t b itsiness ; so I u p wi th my  rille and put a bullet into! bis head."    ;  . Where They Go���������A little boy. out west  was asked if he iknew where liars went, and  answered yes-they go to New York to write  for the, papers.' "      ���������  Its. RendI'tto^-^ And Satan smote Job  with boils" is rendered : "And Satan smote  Job with circumscribed subcutaneous inflammations/characterised by pointed tumors,  and suppurating with central cores."  to; their ad-  vantage to. purchase 111 this Store, whero.there ts  Oftlipverybest descript]pn;bn,.hnnd.;and the Steele  cOtista n tly replenish ed b y, ,n cVariri vals.: Th e p rop rie-  ;/'//'��������� ",-'���������'/      ;"'"...:, tors-will; sell'Goods''- '/":  \;'As;cheAp;:'AS :Ajsry.;iN:;^BiBbo.';  Orders prpmptly fl 11 ed, an d forwarded with dispa tch  ������������������ f*':.������������������'..���������������������������'���������'���������.��������� ;���������-'���������  ���������'���������'':���������,!   '','������������������   "���������'������������������    '���������'���������'���������    ���������"���������' .     '- is"   '���������������������������'.::  ���������'"''���������  ���������*.:���������������������������-.*.��������������� Bl^JDY & LINDHARD,    .  ;;'-^au''V^iiikl(i,-i 0' lA-XX-' ���������   Proprietors'  The Steamer;4!-.' On^iJd^'  /., GAPT. WM. IKVLVGi . /. 0,.'  LEAV12S Now. WestmInsler' for. Yalo on WerfnpB  days and Saturdays. ������������������;:     -'"  The steamer will not.be responsible for lea knee of  Liq'itdB shipped in tin or glass. -   try?  I  m  m  I  I  Wf ���������  ���������vaua  m  Mm  SSsf  IS  in  B  H  si bio for any debts he may contract.  : ..CHANG. LUM  ��������� 0 ",   .'" ' ' Agent for Kwoium on  vnnrkervillo.April.lSth/lSTO. ���������niilOlm  FOR THE OMIHECA WmAA  THE umlersigned b"egs to inform a 11 partj cs wjc|,t n���������  to ship goods to Vital's creek and surround! It  country that be will bo prepared to forward no OOn  pounds per mouth, on and after tlie 1st of April next  from Quesne!mouth to the head, of navigation  .'-'AH -consign men ts attended tq. with cure a  patch.-v.      .. ������������������  \ ��������� ������������������.������������������.'        ..-,-  ;*'ifl'stt;   ���������/;     A x.7 ' "WTRrbkniOKEY  and Uisi  NOTICE.  O, did vou ever hear tell of that curious old shop  __^.. >That stands, at. tbe end of the yii 1 e ?;: ���������;���������  IL is ulinKM:ronglH>oardsrand--in;U.is.storedr_^  ��������� ������������������/���������'' Ol d j ijpc until it is: fill ed;   -���������������������������;.-.-.. '0~0  You go in. and you ask for w. hatever you .want;  '',...-.-Trsucb".things ever were made: '/  .,  :  For a man with one leg could find but one boot, :  -;,, For, tlie.ol fa er is, lost or si rayed.  Vou Aviil find cars and hose, safes and stoves,   ��������� -  .: And. hydraulic/uozzk'.s, - tod. ':���������'��������� -"'  Yoii will find a range, and that's nothing strangc-^-  ���������::' There's things for all of you.   , ; ������$.  And ifyou^sjiould want any fi rearms, hy the way,  .-.   Just call and look at-tlie stocks ��������� ������* "A ������������������������������������'  Yon yviii nmr&gaii'inut vrju not miss flro "���������"���������"  ":������������������; For either ball or sbotv'^ Ax- "���������'��������� ������������������*"-.  And if there is/any thing; else you should wan t; ::  ...   :Th cro; direct your attcntion, ��������� .���������-.'-  For;in amongst a thousand thiogs/ -  There's'something I did not mention../  0, neverJet a chance go by,  That can bo; a benefit to you, -   ���������      /    ;   ,:    *  To soil all your"old stuff,'.for. leave it yoa must,  For you have done with Cariboo.  Th is man by whom th is coal yar d is' kep t  Will, try and please you all,  If there is. any thing, you* want fixed  Just come and give me a call.  ������������������"'" ;    ���������-'' '"���������' T. - r'r.ETCHEB.  MET'8 AM IU SIX! ������S  AccoRDrxato tbo Budget of the English  Repeating Rifles.  k  THE, BOXER CARTRIDGES  For-Shider-Enfield of.-07 7 bore,  and for the Henry, and Mar"-  tinLJIenry Rifles of .450 bore,  adopted by her Majesty's War.  Depart men t,- also of -500 bore  for Military Rifles.  "WATERPROOF CENTRAL-  FIRE M fi^TA L L I 0 CARTRIDGES with cnlargod Base  for small bores, adopted hy  foreign governments for con-  verled'Chassepot, Bordah, Remington and other Rjfles; also  Cartridges for Ballard; 'the  Spencer,and American Henry  THE bargo l[ OMINECA,*1 Capt-;.jrooro, will be pre  pa.red, on.the 1st day of Juno next, to nivlce iu-r SI  regula r t rips frpin the Too t of S tiia r t. T/i'k e to tli e. in-ad feB  regular inps troin mo fooi o( btuart.i/tke to Uiehcad W$$  of navigation, oh- Lake Tatlah', carryiug freight and Wm  ��������� passengers^ ��������� ; .  ;���������" -. ���������      ��������� ;:V-      ��������� ���������. Wm  /The Omineca is 35 tons burden, and is provided with  six/water-tight compartments and ��������� capable of car ry^  i ng 25 h ead of pack ah i mo Is on deck..  AH goods Intended to-,be shipped by. the Ominca  the parties shippirig will ^please address J. W. Moor^  foot of Stuart; Lake, where; there-wil I be a good, sub!  stan tial wa rehouse for the re ceiv ing and Ibnrurn ing  goods.- ���������:���������.//".:-..������������������ .-:. :--.::] ...-'.',   /X; i J.   W.  MOORE.  Quesneiiemouth; April 16th, .1870. /    ap2,'J  SAWNEY'S   LETTERS  AND  C>/R I B OTO    R���������������������������H! Y'M ES  BY JAMES ANDERSON.  PRICB^';  ONE DOLLAR  ;/For Bale at.tbe'SEWTiSBt Office ; end-fonvn rded 6y  [ post, free of charge     .: tny!2P  Pacific ^Telegra^  Store street (between Herald & Fisgard),  ���������''"''/     -.���������.���������:/-'. victoria,1 3;a.; "    /���������; :  Andrew 'Astrico, ���������; ~ -.-..-'; '���������, -/';. Proprietor.'  The most commodious and clean Hotel Id'Victoria.'  It Is conducted on the .European principle* The table  1 s f u ppli ed -:.w i tb ��������� Ui 0 very b es t the ma rket a fiord s  Meals at all hours of the day. Private Dining  Rooms for Families.       /"-''*������������������*"  Board and Lodging per week, $5 50 @ $0 50.���������  Per day, $1.   Single meals, 37 1-2 con ts.    Beds, 50c.  j$&- A Fire-proof Safe in the House.  FLOUR, FLQtJR/ FLOUR,  FOB SALE AT C1IKT0N MILLS,  SODA   CHEEK,    = .    ��������� :  QUSSNELLE, and  '      BABKEBVILLE.  s-  '.��������� -   Also, ;": '���������'.'.-.���������  T\YO 0-i.v. CYLINDER STEAM ENGINES,  ; WITH  BOILERS,  Suitable for small steamers.  O ii a ton, Apri 112 th, 18 70.  Ml  m  xm  0  w  I '3  J.  HARPER,  np!6 6m  ������  LEA & PERRIES'  Celebrated  WORCESTERSHIFIE   SAUCE,  Declared by Conuolsseurs to bo  THE   ONLY    G-OOP   SAUCE.  ��������� ITJ0D3B,rretlts l^ve fallen nt least ten per ct  m New York, and are expected to fuU[yol  lower. There are whole blocks in which each'  house bears a bill, and some of the������c. fate  that the rent hns been reduced two, three'or  ^hundred.dollars below the mes cii torn'  ary of late years.  SCIfcia;^"e���������(i"^?"e"0t->Iali,'aiV^^  bas  published a manifest"^Sclaring  1.������������������ty as far as possible throughout the Prov-  jnco-so that its strength may be toly te ?ed  at all comiDg electious. J  ������|"'};' * Wesson's, 'fra n tor's und otb er Pocket' &q\  PIN-CABT1UDGES for  Lcfauchcnx  12 tn. O-m, aii'!.7-m, bore.  CENTRAL'-KlflB ami PINT-FIRR CARTKID^ES for  Revolvers of  ELE Y   BROTHERS.,  GRAY'S   INN  ROAD,  LONDON,  WHOLESALE ONLY mu nlO  Caution against Fraud.���������The success of tills  most delicious and unrivalled Condiment having  caused cert^ki dealers to apply tlie name of t: Worcus-  tcrshire Sauce" tho public is hereby informed that ihe  only way 16.secure tho ^tflftc, is to  ASK FOB LEA'^b PERRINS' SAUCE,  and to see tliat tlioir names are upon the ivitArrat,  labels, stoi'pkr, mid DU'n'r.E.   ;  Some ol the foreign markets having: been supplied  with a spurious Worcestersbire Sauce, upon the wrap*  per and labels of which the names of Lea and Verrins  have, been forged, L. and P. give notice that they  have furnished their correspondents with power of  attorney to take instant proceedings against manufacturers and' vendors of such, "or any other iinita*  tions by Which their right may be infringed.  Ask for LEA & PERKINS'  Sauce and see  Name on Wrapper,  Label. Bottle, and  Stopper.  Wholesale and for export by the Proprietors, Worcester; Crosse and Blaekwell, London. &c, &c. ��������� and  by Croc������r������ atU Oil������������a uaiyers&Uy.  ���������iu  r'iyv.  ���������'���������*���������������  \:x&$-  i w  ^X'\-


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