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The Cariboo Sentinel May 22, 1875

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'   "' 1 .:   "\y "  TRow0f ^Bifrrrsu coLUMmU.  Victoria, by the Grttca of G6d; of the JJfiiifMt  Kingdom of ;!-Great *> ..-Britain AMM] Ireland;.  -., jQckius, Defender of IheFavth.ftcy      '  To al Iv t o.: whom t heats prese n ts). abal!;���������' cb ro err  yfi- y ^(jKEKTINOiv; -' fififiAAAfifififi fi-fifiyfififi fi  T������������Win'lf!������,  'As* at a tor th������ * * Cjtriboo S;*ntin������l.? *^ v;,  ,s   *. fio. -��������� -fi- r: t .-j, p fifi ifiyfifil fifiX ���������- ��������� firfijA-  a "":' fifififififi fi .A *-.'.- ��������� .������������������ v Lin?iB*y.  '<taMndm<uUfc,>.^'V';;^'>'; Barnftrd>Kt(prrti!������  :,������^u^rettk-i-v--'V;^,i-y .'���������' '.-'-���������������-v.       -Barnard ^Express  ^rjiiiiiijij^v-     >   :���������  'fififi..* :fi  ".     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And whftr.e,a������- a ti ;Addr>?8^.of \ We iJerislkfiyv  ^&---.yiKy.-\;y;ifiK.:.fi:ay   S: ������������������ 'Sifisfi- -*,    :..VTT;: '.fi,-:--,   ,% ,:,-, , ���������  ,i,^:..-C'^  ^. v,u Mr Shako spear*  ' y������o Cornhllh LondbniA&iCi  Vh tf 6 ART BOO SK N TINEL  ���������"?!������atA������^OirSilatB !������P<>������t������������rf and Profrtaihmfsfoi,  .Ballisiud TheHtrictt) Entert^nnieritft'1^  --������������������ , fiy%fi 'fifi Afififi y"'-^fi fiy fifififi' '" "     fi'fi-fcfiis  Stec uteriwji^eat^^in  ���������'������������������ tu 'ii i .ail ������������������' "'' *"ljii     fi'lm ���������>.���������"  ������������������������.iv-rr*!--:>.' fes.-,. ,:-v������ iri  ty,vr.'.'.'-  KRW A^R^^ilE13|^  ,  Fronr 0 tb112^ leants per i  NEW,;;ADYBIITISE^ETS,:  ^::y'^^s^A^^1^^"' >���������/  :Ma;y.������.i  '%fiAfiP������MZ%.  "���������HAS ON HAND- t;; '' \ u.  WELE^AS^RTED'STO  fifi,\ fiy fifiy^ fifi fififififi ,.. '': '-'fifi fifi  fiyfi-  -fi- x  *fiyfifimr&!$fv^ /,v  "iCrrgOCLXMAilON.y.yy  '^HOMW? MM bt:vjrhic of th*������ an  ^t-hV) .ri ty., cji n tiif? i^ rl j ii Sect ioa/i ��������� o f' (h e JH*Q< tali  JLcatw?,tV.ft P$"M W^ T!$ pjf| ^^te r^ i cfcl ���������75./.?  ih'fe^t^jtinjfii ^fib.vfern6r.v,in bonnet iyherobv"  prnclajm? that,^hft:0tninepafPol ;fnc: DiVw?^  die 28th flay of SepH^n\bf,r,l 1$7 i;(shall .be, an>1  4 he fifi ptonsPi^^r^by^mef ee$ XhfMm lilcKfi^lrf  (MrilVno, and. \ht\: I*ol I tnar^bj ace hereto for**  vipion shnU hereafter.bo di^'Mitinued. :"y fi.  'fii Htiiti ^^illoi^^n^lin^pl^c^ shaJUbe e&j-  fit n bl \$h0 iji t h M:-i3f wloirai Dist rl ct of EJa n nbn o..  ; v Tiz;*y A^ t he School- house W^ilfyiojjVJM^OJ.  fii \aQ.flC:it|[.th(v^.Buhoot;ho^ JVe?  '- \\ nir to nX5ol He ry. -"A *lfi-'-   'fififi - fi, *,;  *fi- a c  m^VHfififfi^A^fisfi^B-^:m^^fi yfi fi  BUTTER,, ���������*   ���������;,"-.������ if'ft'CPnte.'per\I^t^i  V'':;- AND- Ali^Krt D8W0F' ^'  "' j * '?  i, ,.-. -i "��������� fi  fi.y A - *' ��������� -1 ' /ry* -'/ ��������� ���������' - \ ��������� '���������  ...  BfiGfifiEW A  ,������?  .SMfiW,  'de6.  Barkerville.  . ^be Jiwwitilo"vhffixediiiW^eai������.:thf^TTonorf  " ab le J rvs>i%^Wr i^,t tkH iT^Tj^r-^i en u������r\nti *'*  ^r*(vr*Tnor iirOu r s'n'd 'ProvfsM^^'r-Bri.lish!  "-. ^Gobiri|bia^ in -.Q'u i> 0 l_f-y $o f: ,YicioriaVJn;Onr  ��������� .ijairl Provjnc**'. fw 26^(i.Vt:vvi,(>f;.April, in  ���������'1b^:y������������Ur:of pnr rl^rd>187;5, andviii the  S8th..year of Our Reign.,   v    ���������������������������;    i  fi '(X&fE: AL0NGr;wiTH^0ba^^CASK; a  V-:;.  ���������i'lisl  i ?*������: * ..'"  *>..  - ,.-������ ���������."  -yr-  r fifis.fi {'.yfi 'fi ���������;���������- w s. v ������ Cy1'^' #.$$���������&  Ihe Gelehl-ated XSC3E:*������  ;'- -\..1     ���������*��������� . ',���������..'j    ' i' - --���������   '?   tf^rfi;*   MBfS   $***  wi 1 Wie. manhfa ctti red an ifi sold by:��������� Who* m������1#. ������o4; 8  larHslits paMCy,andl!T > **a\, v  , -', ���������  u. r "J -TJ   ���������������  fw-  i.-M ".������*'-. ;,������*  fiLfih^^  voastantlykeptgnJ Uaridi    V    ' yVy       fi.-'A  - ^ ?J^J.ASDIGET'rBABaAIN3,;^2f' 7"  ���������:   ' -fyy; -':;.:';: y-f-:fi   :  rn V 0 :i A fifififififififififiAfi ^fifififi fiA A  "'.-yfi'   fififi:: yfi fififififi       ' fi.-'-y^y'-*"���������"'��������� -S ���������:"���������':"'���������''"    fi- -  ��������� jVuocessors, to D. Kurt*' & Op.,] "  1 JMrOllTKaS AND DEALERS IN  fifi%yyyy.yfi^yy i&     iill :  jaa:  -MS:  :;:i  .���������V!;S  :--/y^i  :|  '   1|  1  ���������y "-Hi  ��������� 'P  '..:vfli  :;1  .'���������   'fip.  "A' M  ��������� 41  ' %  ���������  firfti  fi  fifi-.--?  tTT^- l^-'-v  y-/.v;  :wfl; yy^^/J-  ������������������-3-.-rTGE^  :v..-^..^v;y -.. fifi-.fi fi-  fiYfi;  . Barkei'viJlev ^  Importer and Dealer ia  C3  WniOH Hit) WILL SKLL  > f ....-*. t  intmemts^:  Frovinciid Secretary's Office,  10.th April, ib75.       *  Hia KxceUoncy tho Lli-ui^n ml Gi������v,.:������rn*-/r,. has [hflaa  pi -as .���������. i to plic ��������� Tii o m as Sew ar *>, <*f. I ,y ui in, Kt������qa i ro,  iu* tho Oommi'V'1'41 ol tho i*������aco tor the rrovincu ot1  iliitlijk voluinhiii. V. y v ������     .,-...      , _ y  By command^ -������. -; ;  JOHN ASH, \  .rreviuciil Secretary, .",  A Tro vi he ia l Secretary VOfilce,  ���������10t|rAiiril/lS7fi^       ; ......  Ills KxcAlloncy the I.loutenant Governor has been  pi ascl u> app tint, Jonv Ohiit, 15/qnjr",, to, he Core",  ii r for the 'Mghintu^ Qn-Hti^liuoutli, aiui Hlciitl Kl  ]'nlllu-f Divir-i-au* of tliu rllectnr.il PHtr-ict of Cariboo,  lu (ho plico ol Thoni'ialJeil. K^quir^j deceased. ;  My-comiuan-i.      v       ,   :'  1   JOHN ASH,  .     : l*r vtncNl Si-cr-'t'iry,  NOTICE:  DURING- MY ABSENCE TPSOVf Cariboo  .MH. I. a  FISHKR, Aiim\. of tht������ Bank ot* British  OilutttbU, holds my Power of- At torn w,  THOMAS K. rATTUlXO. y  ".; >] 18i>1cervtlJ*, Mly jy t^i- ���������  ��������� '*'  ^^v"? \m'c'  fi&WYlT-' to yt\m*odAufifi *  T-.fi r ��������� joim A;sn: .,;....- ; fix f i;-  fifi fi.: ��������� fifi PrpvihCml-.Sfcr^taryj: fi--[ xt}y22  aJJifi fi,josepb ;w^TitBTcii. ���������  . yy  ���������-.    +*-,.  :.-fiiyfi ifi .'",. "'fifi :,.,:,', fifi't.���������.fi :iS fifi- "    -1 = '* .-������.'  V^: yy h v .. v-^CU-N.AIU. v-:vr'v..:y    ,  y^P^6iB-pr  VicyrouiA; by^the Grace of God ^f^he United  ���������^ Kinfedoniy of ;Oreati; Britain yiihd ���������;. IreslWud,  jQOKK^Defender'ttt: ;the��������� Faithl'Skc:.i:.ifcc.!  ;;  To^iiil *i'/whrtmrth^se:joreBentsJ^al( cdme^  fi. ': ''fiyfi G-uKKflNO/ ''"'���������:":":'' '*' A fifi   'fifi fififi fi      '.   ,.  fififi  fiyyyfi^ r';:;A:y'PRQCLAifATI0N;:        fifii.y  &$Qfi A*.:;^AJ*k������ift/(;^i^BK*B the I.ieutenant-  Xifehiey-Generai. (   Governor in Oonpcil has  thought tit to exinii-pji I be' Blectoral Distrip(V  of ^arilijoo^ Kooter^ay^ind Coiwich* q, and the  Elocto ra: th ereiVf, from the o p erati on of* ,4bt������.  " Qualification  and  R^guthxtlon of Voters  "A&;i876^  l V "li  fi -.-; ',- '-���������'���������    A    :j   fifi  Now know ye that, undor and by virtue-of  the an thority: corttattied" i if St������c'I ino 7 of' tho  u Qnalilication and  Regwiration of  Voters  Act, 1875,vTithe I.ienJeiianfcGovfrnor in Conn-  cil hereby proclaims that the Electoral i])is-  ;t de ts o t Ca ii b no;; K o o ten ay, ,��������� a he! 0 o w fell a ti  'shall, until the first clay of Alay, 1S7������. he ex-  em pled'from tbe operation of the said Act,  and the Electors ot the said Districts shall,,  until, the.said first day of May, 187ti, be t������x.'  empted from, the .necessity of setidtn^ to the  Collectors notice of thtdr claim to vote.  In Testimony Whereof, We have caused  these Our Lett ers to be made Patent. ������tnd  the Great Seal of Qiir said"Province to he  fiereu t j to affixed: Wi 111 em, the Honorable  JosKiui   WitrMAM   TRt-TOii;. Lieu tenant-  , Goveniotvof.Our said Province of British  : Columbia, in Our Ci*y of ..Victoria, in Our  r.iid Province, this 28th il.-iy of April, in  ihe year of Our Lord.. 1875; and in the.  38'l) year of Our UeijjQ.  Bv com mm d.  <    -: rJOUW A������ff,.  ,  ft* o vxi o'i"51 - 'Stbttylirf.  GLINTDN: EXTRA  FLOUR.  ' g^r 111 Goodsofythe;yB������St Quality and ui U���������������:  Itowestfifi&fieea.* fi , yfifi-.-.. : fifi:, ���������'���������     .-���������'������������������ -J "fifi  :: GiiVLTviUe.. May.ft.;   ���������,. ���������     fi- ���������     s, fi.-.: tny5ta !"  ^EMiiW:^l^l3ll  'fi-fififiAfififififififii fifi';mmfiA'fifififiAfi :W'yfififiy'fi.yfi'yfi'^s, - fi. ��������� y  w i 1 f h e al ways ca refully^Rttemld't!i+Xbfi*n <ltl|# k ������*| ������  lieusyand aecomm(>datiun%' provltted tdr? tlitfr <J^av-  ^om'-rs -   V fiyfifi?A   '.   Afi.   >  -   *    A" 4M*   ',  irf EXfirpom to ifi.cfiri&QmmEi  y- fifififi "fifi fifi"; fiy fi. fi,    v,9i ���������'.;,'���������' -.'' v..;-"' V-"n'- ��������� b^y- v.'J'"* ;���������-������������������"' A   : yyfi~^ 'fi~?fi--'-yA '���������-' yt"^ fififi . .v. ���������  .,���������'���������-���������::  a2^YIT.E3TOUTO'CAI.:-;v.- B SSS'HIM,  .;i^ aud jfet as-< TMQh comfirft, for .the'   naer-trrf^n -nf  ���������Iiiy-v"o'itn>r man cm 'provide for tho tmum.RmekAi VSi-  ejishvito-.t'lj^'islia'p^or1   '  !V ' v    ii'..    c'-*  ���������vy������::::yS;i3^I:;;i������  ..wmsyif mm mm - -  ";.;'  -     -   -OFTH^WSTQ'tfiLirY:'    "   '    ���������  ?A'! ��������� -r^/y'y-yVli!';^ .'���������::' .^--fe^y;y-'';-;y/;'y5-,yyyy' '}���������;-,..���������;  ....XT.B.���������To Sii up,, tha tlm*?,  1  vJU'.Mtco^.te^ft  i,y,-'  V-   'V.'..."'��������� ---yfi ������������������������������������.' -V>K' ���������*���������"*'"��������� .",, "';.���������:'-��������������������������� j;:y..'.^w^b.' .��������� -;"���������'���������  .,���������-���������' ',. . '  y--~- r-AlLOR!NQ-;   BUSlfMES'Sr   ���������And- SEWiM'^ACHIKE Yrcrk or c-Tcry d"*wrlpCtitt"  ?>������.m.Hh|I 400^,111 :th8 shortest;^oikjo"*-*" rewi!>������abl������  uhurgr-s.     *       ,      . ;    ^ :,fi  ,   y  n������>7      fiv:     ' ^FRANK 'BERRETT.  it  Afi  y  y  fififififi fi-i  ::f ''fi i  Afififiyfififi^  'fi .'"'fi-    ~..-.:    S0i  y fiy :, ��������� ->-$]  fififififisfiM  fififisfifififi fc'i  I  I  i.jy.!5?"  fiffi  A  fifi  Where th^are^Btilli-pl^y1 of; the '^esiybaiitU^p!:  : - -, .. .. British Columbia*    fiy*    .fifififi  KLOOR,        '^;;/^- " /   -, -   :y -   -V-m ". ���������   -:  r    y LILLOOET:BEANSjot-:1������r������fy; i. tjl  'And>tUerjFarro ?roducc^tiV������ayLO\y RATES, fi  fi .'Aisp^ftgeupral-ftssorCmontof ' 'y fifififi  GROCERIES, fififi fifififi sfiA'A fifi'"'  XiK^^Q&OB&i     J- fifi:yy.fiyy  -" HARDWAREfaWd pROGS;;   '  "   JK8T'''(jivriimission, Storage aMForwarding 1 ��������� usinm  doue ut'reasonable rates'V -;-: - '���������&"   '  ���������   fy^y ���������';������������������"  J AS; reid;  *   y ,yfifififi ;   >���������-       '^'���������v.vii'i  BEG TO.aXNOTOCETHATTH^  'to t'hb spucUuis*prcinjsi's Iorin efi'y k now n,������������tl-���������  ������?t.; ;Ce(>rgcySrtlo^;wli<ruahcy^iltb������ &OaA iiio^i-  prepared toCiirmsh     -  .���������      . ;   -,*��������� ?v' ii; Jfi  ���������   "  ;Vi-B;OA.:RB'-rAN'r;JK;Eifi    ���������.:'.  :Ofe^^B������-S7^:^A^  /^'.'^"  ;5gTliov 'BAR. is yf urn ished wltli ib.������ <CtcgV .,  Fll9UOB8'anACIGAJlS;v  '     '      bi' /'  '-y^-  ���������,; ���������-.-: I,..- ^ ������yy    V     ������,     --V V : ^ V>VW$  017 t>m  doue  my3 -m  r\  rai  , owns  AT TUB--]  OL  nmr  5,  ������!  MINING  CREEK,  Keep on hand ���������every thing  : ���������--STANLI3Y,- _���������/* tlGilTKi^ ';'  Che=;above Restatirant is now Opened at  the upper end of town, where Board c.ju..I������i* h*������t  : y tli*> we������'k oi'..j<it\jrlo Viieals.   A fine dtthjaa is mJs  attached,suupliou with...- . )��������� m ;  , ���������'--.'��������� -;,'- * - ''     ' " ������.  The best Liquors & Cigai-s.  -FRESH ^.-BREAB, -PIES'  ������������������' : and Cakes'daily.'-'"-;;.  n628 3m'. JOHN MAHtSB.  s  a-j arouse.  siScocK  mijffc ���������f-Uberally osUnd������4 te w*:ol l;flrw j  b������w .        my I* ������ ������^ .*������'<l <^<wrib  fTAVIKGr ADDED-.A GOOD STABLE .TO^TH*  II Hah-Way Kous , |ls ������**w ivfepared to ortor g������w<  iceuniiuudatloiis lo Ttf-i'^toi-ii. A supply ;������..0������U  and Huv Vill aUvaya be kept on.h-.inuViiU ,*}\* uc.  masonahle rati'S. .t.- A-*. s*^< u^sfifii &# ' lfi*H2*  2H  'fifitt  ���������yj'i  .���������'.V-:?������i  ���������;��������� ��������� J.;:  ������ -lit  ���������i f������i-  ���������f'SJ  SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1875.     "ifi-fi.  ������HSNIWS FROM PETERS:CREEK.  W0 are glad to be >ble to annonne������  ���������Jdt V good prospect was obtained on  this creek in the early part of the week by  the Peters Creek Company-   Since obtaining  fithv prospect, however, the rook has been lost  ana It twli ber'a few days before anything  ttfot* Is known.  The most experienced arid  7 reliable miners ih Carjboo are of opinion that  Ibe diggings will prove to' be rich. .Up to  Wednesday 3400 leetof new ground badbeen  QUEEN* BIRTHDAY.  Qneea Victeria's 56th birthday will be  celebrated^ ai usual,by the citizens of Barkerville and vicinity. A good programme^ of  sports has been arranged by the celebration  committee,, whicb will be found la bur advertising columns; Should the weather prove  favorable, a good day's sport ia anticipated.  The Hospital.���������The Board will'consist of  five members���������one appointed by the Govern-  ment. the remainder to be elected at. public  meetings to be held at Barkerville and Lightning, due notice of wbiqi will be given.  Th'b Court of Assize.���������Tbe Assises %\  Qu4nelmbulh and "Ribbfield.hayo been post  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  jitkked off andTecorded. and about two miles, poned-the former to tfao J7th the latter to  of the creek is now held by four companies.  Interests in. the Peters Creek Company are  fcsld at a iigh^lttgure, arid soveral Interests in  the Barkeryllie Company, adjoining their  lower Hoes, and In which a pick has never  been struck, have changed hands at good  torkes; fifthii. "strike" is tbe/most important  tbfctbtB taken .place in Cariboo for a long  Jtoe, as it will dravv the attention of nniners  ^e a rich but neglected section of country.  ; Piters Criek is % Urge stream, and joins  -.'lightning Creek opposite the Braver Paw  ;Sl6iiser> It takes its rise ���������almost 'opposite the  town of VanWinkie.   From its source to its  OJDoutli it is about ,8 miles long. There are  .pa������7; prosaisihg looking" gnicbea: emptying  into 'it, some of which have been partially  prospected'.,.'-;- "fififi:fi A .-.-..".'"  fifffi&A*' itrik^ to  $868 by Mr John -Kennedy, on;a bench oppb?  site the moutti of^Basford Creek, some four or  five ������Ues efihove.fi where ;the Peters Creek  ^bimpany's ground is located. TOld Caril)bo  Jteswi II iem ember .th e oxci teme n t w hi ch������t h at  >:strike" caused at tlie time ; t^ificrevisfi waa  .staked off from top to bdttom^nd a number  ijf .companies don^^  ^Jwith(iut8tp^^8vG3inWtb������tilielip'to within  the past twelve; imbn^Ssj -the^ creek remained  yilmoWi^  ^���������Vwiy s ebjtavn ea amongsfc old mi nertfibst ri cb  :fiiig^egf'fi;'would /eventiially; beVdi*covercd}  ���������"���������'in d it is confidently an tic i p at ed that the strike  A if the Pete rs CreekCorapaay will soon be  ;, followed up by many others.  the 23d of June:  Mr Jessop, Superintendent of Education,  arrived in Barkerville on Friday, and leaves  for below to-morrow morning.  NEW   ADTERTISEMET3.  gagee's  Tenders are'invited* bv the undersijrned for-  tfee purchase of tie.whole of the  I  OF  Messrs. Cokexr & Hoffman  BARKERVILLE,  Consisting of a well-assorted* Stock of  LADIES' & QfENTLEMEWS  MISCELLANEOUS..  tj  BARKERVILLE,  fAtiQti0neer,Coinmissioii  and Mining Agent,  gyfiuotla received nni stored in FIRE-PROOF  CELLAH. *ntl liberal advances made ou same, at  reasonable rato**.        ' ; mjriJ  Mortgagee's Sale.  By virtue  of power contained  io a certala  -mortgage, I will sell, by Auction,  .    AT BARKERVILLE,  The Assizes >  -A T ' QUESNELMOTJTH   HAVE   BEEN  A. . postponed until Thursday, the S  of .Tnn������*,  ant at Ricjtfl*ld  Twenty-third day of J oka.  JRichfiold, May jM. 1875.  uutii  tjventecntk day  Weclnsadity,'  the  GEO BVRNRS, .  Sheriff of Cariboo.  '-���������'.   ' my22  1% :"*������%  Scsoot Examination-���������Purenaat *o notice,  tbe public school, berevwas examined to-day  fo the prtsoace/of Messrs. Nutt.aod Renoir  ^'{Trustees); Bowrbn, Eel ly/ Moses and the;  Superintendent.: The children, twelve in nunv-  feer���������mostly bsginners���������acquitted theraaelves  most creditably in their studies, their reading  being particularly, good. Under the energetic  and efficient teaching of Mr aridi Mrs Thomp-  Son they have made satisfactory progress. In  addition to the usual programme: of lessons.  the children have made a fair commencement  Su vocal music, several of tbem possessing  voices o f great a weetn ess and po we r. A t th e  Close of the examination, the Superintendent  made a few remarks commendatory of- the  conduct of ihe school and the progress made,  )He waa followed by the teacher, the trustees  ; and others, after'which the school  was dis-  1 missed till Tuesday ;next, Monday being a  holiday.  ���������' '��������� :;��������������������������� ���������-. ���������:-.a������������������ Afifififiy.--'"���������;';"���������- :  Babnaro's Express arrived at Van Winkle  At 7.30 list evening, arid at Barkerville at 030  tbie morning,., List "of. passengers:���������From  YaU- Mrs Peebles, for Van Wiukle ; two Chi  namen and Mr Barker, for 150 mile house j  W. Finney, for Soda creek; .W. Nordberg  W. Mansou, and Antonio Abtlek, for Barkerville ; Wong Wee, Clinton to Van Winkle J R  W righ t, Qu es o el m ou th to Lightni n g.   'fifi'-'  Thr Wkatubr- still continues very unseasonable. We have had several falls of snow  vt.be past few days, which, however, has all  disappeared again. The hydraulic companies  are rather abort of water, the sharp frosts of  the last two nights having dimtaished the  supply of water,  Thk Electoral Oistriets of Cariboo, Koote-  nay and Cowiohan have been exempted by  proclamation, for this year, from the provisions of the Qualiacation and Registration  a������ V*t^rs Ant, W& m m������-^^-       ���������  |^;;v;C;s^  Restaurant; y*  SAM IVHA begs t'o^^Inform the publie that,he has  purchkBed Ihe Restnuruntin^Barkurviye formerly  cnrried on by-Mr Sam.: Walker; wiiich ho will conduct  in flrst-tiuss stylo. Meal* at all hoars.' Single  Meals; 75 '��������� Centa; Board, $10 per Week.  bffvery description.. .��������� '...-������������������  Parties desirous of Rendering for the purchase of the whole of-tbe Stock in-Trade are  invited to inppect the same, a complete Inventory of ,which may be u?.n on tbe premie**,  Barkerville; at Mr Smith's store, Stanley,  and at Mr James B'.eid's store, Qneanelmpuib.  Tenders to be se nt in, on. the basis of the  {���������Inventory, and any Goods sold in the mean  time amount to be deducted from tbe amount J  of Tender.-^ vv   ,     fififi'  Th^hjghest Tender, accepted, provided it  is sufficient to satiety the Mortgagee's el aim.  vTenderswill be revived up to noon of tbe  litbday of June, 1875; '-  '������������������:'-'-.GEO. BYRNES, v   fi  -. Moirtgage������������.-.:  Barkerville; Blay IT, 1875.* >   V   ; vaynfi  MONDAr, MAY 24tb, 1S75.        ^  The Celebration Commitiep be^ to aniaouoce  ... .;y.v   the following       v  V     ��������� '-  Wv  Has just received his first instalment oi  Springy& Stlinffier Goods,  ���������fifi'Afifi fifi-fi'������������������ A; ���������' \ ��������� Consisting of:  ���������.  LADIES1 COSTUMES. (reaidymadV)      fi.  Black and Fancy Silk DRESS PATTERNS,  Fancy TRIMMINGS and BUTTpNS to suit.;  Fancy Lace Handkerchiefs and .Embossed  fisfifi-fi Cuffd and Collars. ; 'fififi  Fdiey Siik and -Wnite Handkercbtefs.  Fancy Merino an d Calico Dress Patterns.  iiied and Whito Flftnnels;  Black Velvetine and Watei proof Tweed/  Ladies'and ChildrenV.TRIMMED and UN-  fififi TRIMMKD HATS and VEILS;  .LADIES' UNDERCLOTHING. .  ^brrockse3., Long Cloth.       ''    .v..:  ..  Cambric, Ribbons, .&c.        ������������������-���������  Black .Alpaca: Dress Patterns, Gingham,  Ladies7 Fans.  GentteinenVLadies' & Children's HOSIERY.  CORSETS and CORSETSTEKLS.  fjadies' Umbrellas and Parasols. ......  Ladirs' and Children's American-made  BOOTS, buttou and side lace, fififi;.  Opera Kid Slippers.  Gents' and Boys' STRAW and FELT HATS.  Jewellery, Perfumery. Neck Ties, and Bows,  Toys. <fec_.f. and otber articles too numerous to mention. '  The above Goods will be sold'^CHE/VP  FOR CASH, to suit the times. All orders  promptly attended to. Any Goods oot on  hand will be got from the best house iu Vic*  to ria-r Tu r n er. Bee ton; & Tuns fcal I���������and the  Eastern .StateU'-'.' ..:"���������   "fififi 'fifi 'Afi'"  ja^NEW GOODS will be received by  every Express duri.ug the Summer months>  .   .. ,njy22':':   .  fii  A Court of 0eneral Assize  1 ND GAOL DELIVERY AND O^ NISI  fitfiL] Priufl will be held at each of the un������leraiijRtioaod  places as follows, and all witnesses aro hereby notified  to attend thereat:   y  New Westminster, Thursday, 13th May.  Yale. Tuesday," 18th May.  Lytton. Friday, 21st May.  Kamloops, Thtlrsday, 27th May.  Clinton, Tuesday, 1st June.  JQnesnelle, Saturday, 5th June.  Biebfield, Wednesday, Jl6th June.  The Fiill As3ixes, aad any otber Assiza &s eccasiOR  to������iy require, will herenftor bo flxsd.  D^tod.lBth day of April, 1875.  By eom:aia J.  toys  ?^fiTTrr-TffS^-i������a������  A  y<.i  $10,00  $0 00  7 00  ' 2 50  fi 00-  . 2 50  15 00  . y 6 00  --.7 fiO.  fi.tm  (7 50  1 50  .6,00  fi 50  .-���������fififi ':fi fi:'.,   , 1st Prise 2d Price  QUOIT TOURNAMENTA-  POTATO JIACE,  HOP RA<5Ef      .....  FOOT RACE, 200 yards,-  SACK::"RAOE,'y'y?."--'. -":\."  FOOT RACE, 150 yards,.  FOOTLHACE. 75. yards.* =:  WHEELBARKOW RACE;; y   ��������� -fit, ..  100, yards, fno proinp:inflj.> ��������� 7 50      0,00  HURDLE RACE, 5 hurdles, 3.  "���������; feM>   y.', ";'7.B0     .'8 ^  SCRUB^RACE, 75 yards (last  man to pay $2 50 to 2d man.) 5 Oft  BOYS' AND GIRLS' RACE -   -fiy.  "Hun Heap.'' x  STANDING UiGn JUMP, 5 0������  HOP. SKIP AND JUBP, *? 50  STANDING JUMP, 5 00  FAT MAN'S RACE. 50 yards, 7 50  PUTTING the STONE (22 lb-) 7 -50  PUTTING the Stone (15 lbs) 7 JO  Horse-Racing*  SLOW RACE, 300-yards. Committee to name  : riders, $20  A surplus remainsi in the hands of th������ Committee, to he used in Horae Racinif or otherwise. The Oommittee to have full power to  make any alterations they may, see fit ia the  Kulea govenitns the Sporta of the day  Sports to commence at Ten o'clock.  Salute  to be flrod at 12.  S. A. ROGERS, ^Chairman.  R. ALLEN. Secretary.  W. B. STEELE, treasurer.  Barkerville, May 22, 1875.  On TUESDAY, tbe let day of Jiir.*, 1875. at  12 o'clock, noon,  One-half Interest in the  Vulcan company;  '    . LIGHTNING CREEK.  ap24  GEO. BYRNES.  Auctioneer.  BY  EXPRESS  IA FURTHER SUPPLY Of  Patent and Proprietary  Barkerville, April 17.  DR. CHI PP.  S  2  A    COUNTY     COURT  Wru��������� BS HKU> AT������  Ri GH FI ELD,  On Manday, Jnne 7,1875.  By order.  JAMES LINDSAY,  Registrar County Courts  Rlchfiald. 5th April, 1875. my8  :  \fOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT  LI the expiration of tho LAYING OYER SEASON"  lor Mining Chums has boon extended to th������h  ^ r'br. Cliipp villjattend on LIGHTNING  every SUNTJAY&until Noon, as usual.  .  IPo Ne������felder ���������& Co,  ���������y   (ROYAL HOTEL BUILDINGS      .  VfVHARF ^STREET,    VICTORIA,  Commission .Merchants  ^gid Importers  :���������������������������'  " "    ���������'   A'-: -'OK,   Afi   'fifi:     fifi: .  SOLE AGENTS FOR  lev! ifRAuis & GO JS  N.B.���������This Patent U pecor������*d Tor the United  States, Canada. England and Germaiiv..'  aplO '' "fi  fi^  (Carrying Her Majesty's Mails,)  LEAVES BARKERVILLE FOR YALE  E verfi^-  Stmday Morning,  Connecting with the Steamers at Qw*3nei~  mouth, Yale, New Westminster and  Victoria.  ^^.Freight and Passengers carried through  at reasonable rales.   . -k  For rates of Freight and Passage, apply  to  GEO. BYRNES, Agent.  Barkerville.  1  1st day of June, 1875,  HJobfioW, Wh &������$r, U1&  H. W   BALL,  Goli Commissioner.  "-���������'.;- 1"   ;:       .       ;   PUBLIC NOTICE IS  HEREBY  GIVEN  that   a UCENSING COURT   will   be  heli   on  TUESDAY, THE FIFTEENTH JUNE,  proximo,  AT THE COURT HOUSE, RICHFIELD,  for the granting of Spirit Lieen*ns nnlor the provisions of the Licoaao Amondmont Act, 1875.  K. M. BALL. Stipendiary Magiatrato.  jr. nutt, jr. p. ���������  112tb HAfi 187& ...   wyW  i  m  m  mm  wm  m  a������  mm  m  fifi  "J,0\ m  fi  :y  fifi  i  TilBC:lUIBOO.SE-NTIN;EL  ���������;;;v';:t<:SATff^  1 CotfNTr -Cohrifc~#haf dbhrity Court ftdver^  tised to beb^ been post  Jponed vi ntil 7th June. *  ��������� Thsbkrs are ih v 1 ted by MrjSaorge :Byrne������  for the purchase oL the Sibck-inVTrade of the  firm of Cohen & Hoffman, Bark������ryille, v .  pKitsoNAL ���������Mr JiS. Thompson and County  Court .Judge- Bailor rW^  Francisco by the Inst mail ateamer.  fi-Frksit ��������� Bkef.^VariVollwhKhr^h & Qo; - re-  ������������v^ afwi^piypf b^  Bfey^..'MR;."T^o'MwbM. wil^preacb at Light-  . tiling to-morrow.���������'.- >    . - ��������� 'fififi.fi.fi fi .u ., ��������� y   -;-i  Nbw Gooiw.���������Mr W: Dy;ifa>Be8 has receive ������  by ^Bx'preai-ufrpjm^ii5top1ftrii splendid; assort-  ���������ment b f Sum trier",' good s for I ad ies a n d c h il-  d fan's wear.,. parti col are of which- 'will be  found in on r, advertising, eplninns.;/;. Among  the a r tl eles w i 11 be foun d a novelty���������lad ies'  ready-fwfcVysilk' and otherfidrjsw' fiof ihe  latest andvmpst .fashionafol������r styles.: fififi Also,  ladies' and cbildrieu* haK hootsy������to,.'*li of  which will b������ sold at a moderate advance on  cost.  Tkmpkratorkof'tij^ Earth.���������At the recent  annua! meeting of tbe Geological Society of  Glasgow, tbe president, -Sir .William Thomson, g=tv������ a lecture on M The Conditions of  Underground Temperature at different  d^pth������.,f The various classes of variations  -occurring, and the mathematical .investigations, which had been made by virions  eminent observers of the phenomena referred  to nMtably those of Fourier, who had done  much ou the subject'of underground temperature, were considered. Such observations  w*re difficult to mnkf with- correctness, on  account ot the change of temperature caused  b? the opening of ibe gruiiud for th<a placing  of the therm* meters. The best form of thermometer was that having a long-shaped bulb*  *JL TO? f0"nd .that, generally . speakings tlae  temperature of the: earth increased by; 1 ������.  Fah. for every.Ha /feet of-''depth.-   There wete  ue cot sidehtble exceptions to this, the tem  * ���������(  -Tub Bsqoimalt: Ind Nanaimo Railway.--  Tfce*e somewhat uncouth words have for Several ;days:been familiar in the mouths'b^ all  we n at the seat of .Gos'ernihent; and perhaps,  for the benefit ;ol fi our. readers bo t fi learned in  Indian dialeetsit may be well fo say tbntthe  middlevsyUableJn^ach word? is ^emphasized  and rprpn ou needy like I.   This at 11 teration is  the only;thing which ^adds- art^tbisg. of en-  ph 0ny to these geographical designations.''. We  have already .mentioned  that v$anaimo>-a  plac������ abounding ia coal���������is on the west, side  of: the Straits of Fuia; opposite-fir to what?- is  popul ari v cal led the *���������*��������� jump ing off - p I ace" fifi of  the Pacific Railroad '��������� Ou the Mainland.   It is  near- the Northern part"of Vancouver Island,  w bile Esq uira al tls ������t the sou th -wester n. corner,\  of the Island; and therefore: most, directly in  the track of steam vessels >passing between  San Frahcisptf or: other Pacific ports on the  Chinese seas. The reason for.the expenditure  ieq u ired by th is work was the circiim stab c e  ;trjat it was thrown- in as part of .ihe com prom-  %e fivf ith Bri tish Co I u mb ia i n; ret iiru" for her  abandonment/of the pretensions which arose  out of the ex I ravagatit'bargain made with her  by ; the I ate .Governmnn^-y To- this; must be  added the decision of Lord.;Carnaryori as  in ediato r bet ween the Pro* i h ce and the D o-  minion.   On the other hand, the whitepeople  w ji on the Isi an d p t ;Vari cbii ver: 9 o ho t nu mb er.  qui te si X thousand sou I s, bei tig bp wever, it is  true, about one half of toe whole white population of ftriiish Uolnrahia.   Taken on its own  m<?rtts, therefore, there could be no jusliQc^  tjon to add an additional nnilaj of not less  thnn three mUlions of dollars to tbe already  immense charges, which  the Dominion w������s  undertaking on hehajf.of this inconsiderable  populntion.  In judging of. thin question, thou,  it remains to be considered how far the compromise already spoken of ahonld'control the  other elements of the'(piestion ; and here it i?  to be remarked that nil parties were perfectly  aware that the arraugement. could onlv have  been a provinionnl oue until ratified by both  Houses of Parliament.   The assent of Parliament, indeed, to almost all thene transactions.  implicitly or explicitly, even to tbe last stage  ol graritinjc th������* contracts'for buildings, lias  avowedly heenjan.ess^ivtjal by the. polioy- of  the present Ministry.   I5ijt in the case of this  arram>emenl, it is especially evident that th^  free judgment of both Oousrs coutd not be  riUpim^ed with by, any process whatever. . .  We are therefore heartily glad that the tnVjor  ity of the Seuate felt itself justified; notwitd  standing their British Colombian sympathy  imn-jecing the bill anthpnxin& the construc-  fionof the Vancouver Island Unilway, though  the strictly Cotiaeiyvittive votes ou the division  would not hwe bieen sufficient for  the pur  pose, especially as one or two Senators who  usually vote with  that party voted for the  the Insolvency 'great demonstrable periods of the earth's h:$������  ;ud the Nbrthr'��������� tdry���������������that in which it was crystKllized ; that  measures; passed have been  Bill������the Supretne'Couri Bill, am  West Territories dBill; There .has been: a good '-iu which it was sculptured ; and that in yrbictfc  deal'of dieciiipslon aboiitthe Paciiic Railway, ,i* was now being unaculptured or defaced*  and six and-a gnarter millions of dollars have Those three petioas inter'ace with each othor  been apjiropriated tovvarda. Xiarrying on the  surveys,;--'::abcL'; obnstriiction; of j the  linos  to  Georgiah Bay,,Winnipegv Tbunder Bay, and  Nanaimoylogetber;with "the Overland Telegraph Li be;   The.bill authorizing the coh-  strnctibn of the Une from E^quith)iH i to 8&~fi  hainao^^ been^Hbrciwn oir^  VFhat theyefifect of thM; may; be remains to" lie  seenfc; Ifeit was considered to be^art;0( ttie  maiuilinef ity would no tvha ve b������ren; necessary  to pass abvAct cohcernihg it; but the Go vern-  tneutdO:not look' on it; in ythat; light, y; With  reiereOce to British ObVnnibia^affairB^in^getf:  eral, the Govern ment hay e; hot acted ai satis-;  factoriiy: as could be ��������� wished* (The surveys  on the mainland are to be pushed onil as fast  as possible,", and it, is to be hoped that ihe  line Will be definitely s������ ttled this summer.  Such ia the Premier's statement.   The Telegraph, he says, .will, follow >"������r rather precede  Ifee railway by the line which will be adopted.  The consideration, of improving the navigation of th ���������V up per F r aser re mai ns i n ab ey a nee,  also  the questions as; to Vbe boundary lines  with Alaska and the North. West Terr itorjes,  peratnre  increasing-taster, which was appar-  J^yjnrfio volcanic ao .on,   By mak.ng.use lliU< thJiokin{? {]mimUm prob\bW bound by  ���������it-rrne  knowledge acquired by observations. | the.arrangement to which it owed* its origin,  enpp 'Sing^the earth at one. time tb have On the other side of the House the only difO  *n  t>' *n in a molten" state, this con ditto a could  not hej^eed further back than about 400,-  -o^o.opo y**r*fi y:fi'\.rfi- '-:y '.;;<������������������ fi -'fifi;' J  -._ Thk*; Orkat Pen Makbr --At - the recent  ���������cerem o ny of laying the fo u n d at ion s to n e of  tlie Science College wliich he la abo:tit^to give;  io Binningham. Sir;Josiah Maspn said: "/The  trade of steel 'periymaliihg.1 haveiipw ^folio w ed f o r m o re th an f or ty-'se von years u ritl 11  haye devslbped the ;wrirks 1 into the.largest  pen factory in the^rld^cThis business Jand  that of the -split; ring making; were thy sole  0 con p ati on a im t i 1 18f0.- wberi ac cid en t br o ugh t  m m i a to closij rel ationa wi th my late valued  friend and- partner. Mr; G. R. Blkington, Who  was then a|fpiyiog tire?:great ^tsei*yery^ of  electro dep<>BiUon ( iand through my associ-  ation with him. |n this undertaking I way  olaim a share in the creation of a form of ^ci������  entific industry which, has so largely erinohed  the town of Birmiagham, and increased its  fame throughout the world. I mention these  facte to show you how the means with which  <an<i has Messed me have been acquired, and  to show, aiso. how uainral it is mil I should  y*i&U to devote some portion of those meaus  to assist in promoting scientific teaching to  advance the varied forunof scientific industry  with which throughout ray Birmingham life,  1 have been so closely connected.,,  Bkukkuct, September, 1869.���������Gentlemen,  I feel it a duty I owe to you to express my  gratitude for the great beueOt I have derived  by taking 'Norton's^^Camomile Pills.'   I ap.  plied to your agent, Mr  Bell, Berkelev, for  the above-named Pilia, tor wind in the'stom-  aoh, from which differed excruciating pain  for a length of time,  having tried nearly  every remedy. prej*cribed, but without deriv-  n^   any  beriofit at all;    After taking two  bottles of your vuluahlo Pills, I was quite  restored to my usual state of health.   Please  give this publicity for the hanefit of those  who mty he thus amicted.--l am. sir, truly  yours, tl&mr Au,pum.~To tho Proprietors  vvhicbyweris, brotijjht before the: attention^"of  tlie H piisa; by Messrs. Rose oe ������a d Tho ni p ^o n.  The Graving Dock matter also remaijisiri the  same position us last year.  . Appearances point strorisiy to th# Fraser  rotue fr ra Tete Jaune Cache to Fort George,  andthence-tolJuAeJiilet, _ob the line which  will'be adapted for : the railway.   1 believe,  and graduate into each other as the period*  of human life do. S.ometliing dies in th$  child on the day tbat it 24 born ; something is  born in the man ou the day that he dies.  .Nevertheless, his life is broadly divided into  youth, strength; and decrepitude In such  clear sense, the earth bad its three ase3, of  whose duration we know as yet nothing, except that it has been greater than any tnvt  had imagined. In the first period the rocki  were soft. Saowdon was probably a d^prea-  sion ; in the second the mouutain? were cut  .'out-by torces which we do not yet knovv any*  thing definite about. Iu the third period tha  valleys excavated in the second, are beipj  filled" up, and the mountains elevated in th������  second are being: rubbed down. ��������� Of the  egen 3 in this actio l, tOe visible glaciers' of  to-day. tbe first thing he had to say wauj that  they are fluid. Therefore they do not scramble down, nor tumble down, nor crawl down,  nor creep dovvu, but flow down. They don't  move like leeches, nor like centipedes, nor  like serpents, nor like stones, but like wha*  they are made of���������water. . The next thing  about them was, he supposed, new;*.at,all  events: though hs suspected it, ho did not  know it. himnelt until very lately, for he had  never been under the bottom of a-glacier to  look. Put last >eir he was able atChamounl  to traverse the bed of acincier. which had  be.m 200 feet thick, but which had- retired  fr >ra its bed, a:;d* be. saw that modern glacier*  in fac'C ibat is almost decided upon, at least *������ *������ *<* making Iheir beds peeper, but fill-  the firsfportion lo Fort George.  One hundred thousand dollars bave'bnen  voted towards the construction of tb* Peni -  t hM.try'at New West minster, which riO doubt  ��������� will be a help to the people of the " Royal  City.",   fififi    A   :-,   fifi..\r   .    n    'y  The everlasting NorlHw^t troubles and the  New Brunswick - Schoo)  Bill h.ayey as usual, ]  ing them u,).- Now, as to the first point, thw  * tlowiug>> of glsciers, what does the word  mean ? The spring of a fountain or ot a sea  b eak'^r into spray is not flowitur.   But When  the gea  is  retiring  f;*om  the ^h;n <!e we call  that flowing, and the defiaitton of the \word  is the motion of liquid or viscou* matter over  or be^ido to.id raayter under 'th-j action of  occupied tbe attention of the Huuse for a g-^v<ty. without any: other impelltog force  considerable: time thJs*;es?ion. In each case There are two methods ta which^stwarn.or  the Government found themseJTosin an swic, %h^-\ .^vs- VH' firrit *? b>' withdrawing a  ward dilemma,and were forced to descend to  Pf/'^ ������������ ^nss in front, the vacancy Mb/  1 which another part supplies trom bcniudt  rtiatis dednc-too, the me>.hodoi'a cootim'ou'a  stream. The second way ii when ibe m isi  behind  culty io the way of rejecting the measnn*  ������%rope from thin arrangement The whole feel  ing of that party was strongly against it; bn*.  with them the 'proVlMonal undertaking of tht?  Ooverument seemed to reqhire a supp.^rl from  tb e ,f ri e nds of t h e. Go y er ri tne ri t. The tb fee  members who .took a contrary view upon this  p oi n f y w ere. Messrs. U ac Master. M cte I an, ati d  .Finny. .The project it, at Jail events, at an  eri d for the p reseti t year, an d. i n the cot irse nf  events, the��������� Ministry may find it posHibte to  d is p e nee; wi th > r'en e wal b i the pro posi ti on .-r  [Mori treal Her aid, Mackenzie t Org a p. ,,  ���������:fi��������� ��������� Tfi������ ab o ve ar tide fairly re presents the cdti-  temi>t felt for-British Columbia by the party  now ruling the Dominion.   The repudiation  o f o n e port! on o f the Cam ar vo n ; se ttleraen t  makes it an easy matter for the repudiation of  th a m hole rait way contract at any future tire e.  compromisesr"which, ^H*"-satisfactory to  neither, could be swallowed ;by both their  On turio Pro testa p t and .Quebec, and I^o wer;  Provincial Roman Catholic supporters. The  Queen is to be asked to ad visa the i^gisla^  lure of New Brunsw'uk to graot separate  Roman Catholic Schools, and Riel and Lepine  are to haVe an amnesty on absenting .themselves jlrqui Canada fi-r five years, while  0'Donubue,:wbo, if his own statement is to be  relied on, was l������s*rirap1icated than either of  the others, is not included in tho terms granted  to them No oue iseems satisfied, aud nex::  aesnion will no doubt see tbese> troublesome  matiers coming ������nce more to the surface.  ���������   J������ S. T.  ���������-������������������ 4k>-������  MR RUSRIN ON- GLA:CIAL ACTION.  OTTAWA LETTER.  w  Ottawa, April 9.1875,  Emrott SaNTts'Bt:���������The second session of  the third Parliament of Canada has now come  to a close after an existence of 64 days, having  been opened on 4th February aud prbngued  on 8th April. The closing ceremonies seemed  rather mournful. The Governor-General, it  is true, oarae to tbe Senate Chamber with the  usual military display, but there were very  few spectators, many of the Senators and  members having already left for their respective homes j nor was there on the floor the  brilliant, assemblage of beati'y . and fashion  which filled the Chamber on the day of open-  The past session baa not been by any means  An eventful one. The Ministry have had such  a, powerful majority at their back that there  was little attempt at any serious opposition  to their measures, though tho re are signs to  be seen now of trouble brewing. The Globe  has not the power it used to have, and a new  party which knows not G. orge Brown may  become a realify before long under the leadership of Biake* and Mills, who.have of late  boeta g^tisg- rate* NBtihta   The principal proTed  ;: Mr Ruskin delivered a lecture;: in Londdn  rec^ntly on the simpie dynamic cdndition of  .;Glaciai Actibo among, the Alps.   He said; in  his eloquent introduction, that the beauly of  the A-l ps h ad firs t -,- ma de b? m .quit his s tu dy "of  geology for that of painting, and be had begun to o b s i- rye the gr b wtb of; th ei r; gl ac iei;s -a t  an early^ p������ riod of his life.   He did riot know  if any b odk existed now to sup pi y tbe pi ace  of ;< Evening j at Home,7' which-.: had been  classical in his youth.   Ii contained a lesBOh  11 nder, the I i tie b fi'i Eyes an d N 6 Ey es *Z wh i ch  he, for one; would be sbrry td'' forgt t;; butyif  su c h a b o ok we re to: be w ri tten. i n tb ese d ay e  ho supposed the.-'liile and the moral would be  ch ang ed, arid i n ptead of' ��������� Ey es and *No Ey es,J'  the tale wouldybe called ".Microscopes and  No Microscopes."   For iI wa>* becoming.ywiih  perpetual increase <ff������ptevalence, the habit ol  learned men to flake iu teres t only in objects  which co unci be seen without the aid of in-  struments, and he supposed that if men of sci  ence were permitted. to make themselves to  their own liking, in place of suffering thai ow progress of selective development, they  would give themselves headsdike wasps with  three microscopic eyes in the middle ot their  foreheads, and two ears at the ends of thei:  antenna.    The  artist,  on the other hand,  whether painter, sculptor, or musician, is pre  etninently a person who sees with his eyes,  hears witb his ears, and labors with his body,  as God constructed them.   In using instruments he limits himself to those which convey  or communicate his human power, but rejects  all that increase it  Titian would refine t<  quicken his touch by electricity, and Michael  Angelb to.substitute the steam-hammer for  bis mallet.   He would try, in hia lector'-, to  show them things which they might see with  buman eyes it they tried to see thera.  No one  honored the past labor and respected the  present rest of the late Sir Charles Lyell mo e  than his scholar who spoke to them ; but hip  great theory of the constancy and power of  existing phenomena woa only in a measure  presses ?n upon  the musses belore,  Thalia Injection���������the v-uy in whti:hacaUtr^c������  Tails bUo a.p.ool.or a fountain into a basin*  The Mer de Glacei>. deduced down jis narrow  cb a tine 1 1 ike a r i ver. and.;an������fix her f iacter\^>w#-  i S8ta*p rav:neB,and both wereo.oce injected  in to a pool of ice ia the valley -below.; and  the glacier of the Rhone is so still.   Glaciora  are of viscoub and clinging material; most lik*  honey;  One of the poiuts which even Foibea  regarded with some embarrassment was ih<$  annual rwe of tha  surface of the. glaciep  heaved from below ia winter to supply tho  summer's waste, as if the ioo had a power.bf  reproduction.   Now, if you open a pot (of  honey an 1 take out a g<u>d table spoonful of  it, you will see the su f cjv g   erally '*bb ia  the pot.   Put the table spoonful back' in %  '.ump at one side and you will see tho surface  generally flow in the pot. Tbe lump yon bars  put in at the side does not diffuse itself over  the rest, but it sinks into the rest, and the entire surfjice rises round to its former level*  in like mar ner every pound of snow put oft.  at;the top of Mont BWue ra^kes the : surface  iff the glaciers rise at tbe bottom.  It is wortb  making an effort to conceive the rea? perioda  of time invo'ved in glacier motion.   At the  centre of any great glacier stream, low dowu  where the ice is softest and raovos fastest, ita  maximum average rate will not pass 2 feet itithe 24 hours.   The minute hand of a watch  moves five or six times as fast.   If, therefore,.  your ice breaker rt&es at all,it riS)3 through'.  years of surge, returns through years of ree?5***  The little ripple of "tbe stream breaks ou the  shore with  quick repetition;  the  AtWnU^  wave  slowly uplifts Itself to plunge, aud  slowly appeases its thunder ; the ice-wave, if*  thereb**: one, would be to the Atlantic, as the  oceanTf|s to the brooks.. The question if  there be such a wave is of vital importance  to that of glacier action on ora^f.   Mr Uuskm  added that ho would give a definition of a '  glacier which he request od his audi ence to  .ock tbat is diffused like a  aree s  ������r  TOiuw.jtii^womitMJIMBSBttKMfflSi-, ioiu* MUUiiKLL'S  'JAIL JOURNAL."  In tho Autumn of 1853, the late Mr. John  Hitch*!! made his escape from custody in  Tnamairia. nod the following year be pub  fished hi New York a 'Sfail ��������� Journal.'? purporting to.be a diary ot bis life, from the data  <vf liis con vie! ioo in Dublin (May 2fi. ISiB) to  tbat of hi* arrival in the-UAiled Stales.' In  the earlier pages of his Journal.Mr Mitchell  ludulpes in much vituperation of the process  by which, ss he. a&rros, his conviction was  secured. He then states bis own conception  <tf the duty, of jurymen, which the " well-  ���������affected;'��������� Of that order were prevented from  di>inc on his own trial by the tactics of the  NOT1CK3  MlSCfiLLAKEOUSi  !������������������'  h  ,ifi  t!:*'  yr*-  'fi.'   i',-  fi  fififififi  ���������-.:     ���������i  ';���������: I !r"  prosecution. 'fi m .    -���������<���������  '���������At any rate matters arc now in train tor  plenU of ex client; legal work in Ireland.  They will  know before all is over what fine  laws and Constitution the} have there.   The  ��������� Jaw' will.develope itself, and -Crown and  government' will get vindicuted^properiy.  Jurors, also, one may hope, will learn their  duty amidst all this  (I mean the duty tbey  will-have.to do so soon as trial by jury is restored)���������the duty, namely, in  all  political  pros���������'���������������������������ctttlms-at the suit ot the Queen of Eng-  laail. to find fill .persons- Not Guilty. ���������-Nar,  tVy must carry it further.; and insist upon  bringing in special verdicts in all such casesfi  finding on  thtir oatb, that   the   respective  prtsouew at*the. Bar  have merited well of  iheir coun ry���������that Is. if the-y have, really delivered a damaging' blow to .'������Government.' y  Summing tip what he had:?<* gained:' by  . provoking a prosecution: the following is Ihe  profr.able result on which he lays moat stress:.  ������ liy demonstrating that there is no'law or  f Constitution for us. I have put an end,  one  i  may hope, to ���������.Constitutional agitation,   and  ���������chained ihe country but of * moral force' (in  fifith*' O'Gonnellite sente).    So that division  : beiny put out of ihe wayylhcreis a chance ot  m? .countrymen   seeing.; what- is a solemn  tiiiiK that; for Ireland's ���������> g ieyances,'   her  tmniuesi her parly spirit, her. packed juries,^  her. exterminations, there is hutone nnd aH-  *u21cieMt remedy���������the edge of tbe sword.  As  Oodis above me. this is ttue.   On the v truth  ><rt.h I have.sUKel body and soul/ and ;-wii.j  abide ibe issue.   Those w.h'jconsider that-all  through O'Co.uneli's forty year's of 'agitation:  the people.had been'indu3'riously taught by  Inra and the priests to keep the.peace and  a������hor' bloodshed, and also'.*, to I keep within  . tha law'-���������thus falsely 'and [ii[aUy acknowl-,  4������d2ineMheexi9lence of Government and the  l_^f\?(iifyof.London law.���������will nndcistand tlie  v difficulty of.: ni'akin'������::.-auyriway. ^���������respest;,qf  ibis niiilter; and also the need there was. lo  enforce the true doctrine openly, and ..so to.  break the can tins; spell v  Besides; the1 forego ing attack on the O'Con-  V <:l I i te pel icy; .we may pi ace 1 his si n si i I ar  up .r...ciatioaof. the <Grin'. AgitatorV char-  n������.to-*: fifi'.. j.-.    ��������� . :   -fi- ���������'��������� fi.-'-;     fifi--fififi.  v** Poor -old Dan!-wonderful, mighty, ;ovia  ��������� j$nd mean old man-! with silver tongue: an I  ������mile of witchery, and heart ������f melting ruth!  lyiOff tonguel smile of treachery!���������-hemt of  1 aufathomai'l * fraud Ifi. Whit-a Royalyet-vnl-  gar stmt I wvh the keen eye and potent swoop  H a genernep eagle of Cairn. To a;���������with the  base servility of a hound, and the coM cruelly  of;a spider!.   Think of jbis speech for John  .."HI a gee,* the most pbwertnl- forensic achieve  nient since before Demosthenes: and then  think of the-Vgorge'ous and gossamer theory  of tnon.1 and peaceful "agitation, the most  : astounding otizanon of-.public swindling since  uteri Hrs.t lies bought, him pi. obtuii ing money  und^r false pretences. And after mie has  <lion-ht of all this, and more, what then can  a man say ?; What but pray that Irish earth  any lie light upon .O'ConneiVa breast*;   aad  .". that the * goocj' God. who knew how-to create  so, wopdi-oui a cre'aijare may lia,ve mercy on  . 7 hi* Spill." .'  ���������:,. * fi 'fi  , .:���������; vy . ��������� ��������� fifi fi- A.. ���������������������������;. - '���������' : V, fi  fi-, NOTICE TO CLAIM ANTS of LAND  new Westminster district.     -  NOTTCE. 13 HEREBY * GI VEN, in accords neo\ with  the provisions of tho ������������ Laud Act, 1874,'Vthat the  following lands situate in the District or .tfuw Westr  rhinster have beea BubUivMcii by survey, and tlie  MAp thereof hau been deposited-ta the efllceof Mr H.  V. Edmonds, Xcw Westminster:  TOWNSHIP NO. 113.  Seftlonf 1.5, 11, 12, 13, 14, 22, '������&, 2a, 25, 2������. 3T, U,  S������e nnd ae.  TdWN'SHIP NO. H.    .  0������������tUn*'S. 0, 10,17. IS, 19, 20, 32,   23,  29, 81 a&d  U.. ���������  TOWNSHIP MO. 18.  W.vni half of Section 1*  , EvsthiiMot aecttiin 2.  Wi'������! half of S������'Hi������n U   Afi  gatt'half of Section M'  K ������inhwc������t quart or of 8*������fit!������TO IS.  QuljukMSl .quarter of Si-cti'tt A,  GROap 'tit.  ij'%4%% 6 *������*1 8 on .Burton'*- Prtirtt,  Ssa Township pfo,  ���������":,- :.,      ������ Ih ���������-������������������ '���������'.     .,..-���������.  Gitoup r.  ij&tiwtytt-ibityz fifi  JSTotic������ to Claimants of  Laiid.  LILLOOET   DISTRICT-  TdWNSHi? NO.   -. fr  OTICR is hereby givM,:that In aceord-  _ . anco with the provisions of the ���������' Land  Acf iW4." th** followinjr lands t-ituate in tbe  District -of WHooeti opposite Pig Dog Creek,  riS bank of Fraser River, bare besn iiij-  diVtded by Surveys; and Maps ^?pbttV*  been  deposited^ in the Office of C. fi. Pope,  Esq.. Clinton :        .'/  '  Sections I; 2. 2.  East half of SectionH.'   '  ������. * ���������������       9.  Fectlons 10, II. and 12.  Fractional Sections 13,14  West halfof'Section 1ft.  : North* half of Section 10.  Sections 20. 21.-22,.  FractionarSeclion 25.  f-   : Sections 2C. 27/28. 29. S44  'SiiiitS half of '-Section J5.  'Fractional Section 36, ���������  And that claimants of any' portion of this  >and who'have not obtained Cwyn Grants  thereof shoVtbi prove up their claims, m ac-  ������rdance with Clause 21. <��������� Land Act, 18-.4.  SAMUEL  SMITH,  ,������    'i    LIGI1TNINO CREEK,  ���������NOTICES.  Has um hand a choice stock ������f  ...  PrvisioTisV Groceries,  jrbichks will sell,  ������THOLESALR AND*. RETAIL; AS CHEAP  AS THE CHEAPEST.       '  ' au* y   fifififi"  '  yim" m imi~������ >���������    .1.. ���������-      ��������� .". fi.     '.  Lumber!   tumber!  Notice to claimants of Land  KAMLOOPS 1)1 v ISION OF YALE  fifififi fi '^   district:  VOT1CP. IS HEREBY-GIVEN,; In accor lane-with  i������ thppro'yUinnsof the I.iii'l Act, 1874. th:it th*  fnlidwtne hMius'sjtuut'e In tho *Kan������ loops Division <$  Yah: District ,tm\rc |>een ^suh'ltyi.deU t ������>*.survey, an I  1h������ map thereof has bevn forwaV'l^l tit the; cilice of:  Mr John boyU, Con������nns.c1on'������,T.-K itrilo*������ps.  Pnrtlons of Township's 87, *9, 90, 01, 93, 94. 95. %m  97fi 9P, IOO.-106, 107,108, .in 1109 ���������  j    An<l that clulmants of any p<>riion of. tins land who  have not ohtainett-'Crown Grants theroaf shoul-l p>'..v������  un their, chiuns.in accordance irltU- Clausu $|, ^imi  rAct,"lAi4.  ... Kopni",.wf Proot tiptl ,1)eclftrat ions.chn tho obtained si  thv ofRceTof the OirumisstoA'T, Kamloops  ���������RO������ERT'BKAYEN;-  > . Chief Commis&l(������nvr,Lauds^u'i Works,  Lsnrts'siiil Works Department,  flctbrtxf March 20, 1875. aj>24  'rirms of proof and declarntions can be  rtin������d at the.office of the Commissioner,  co  F  obtai  Ciiato.,..   V RonE,tT BEAVER-  Chief Commissioner Lands and Works.  -Lands and Works Offtc������\ v v  Victoria. Dec 19. l������S74.   ��������� Ja7.r  RS prcpsrod to furnish Lumber at thtlr Mills,  ������%.   William Creek, dr deliver tt to otd������r.  LUMBER DELIVEBED-OS-LIGliTNlNG  PREEK.    ". '.     ,.;;-'      '.     fi, .  Hsria j a PWning^achiftS In '.eperailoa %bsy w I  also furnish  DRESSED LUMBER ���������  ROAD   TAX.       ,  VTOTICR IS HEREBY GIVEN tlist & List of all per.  :il ' eons' wttbin'ths   ' fi ' ' '   '  KEITHLEY CREEK POLLING DIVISION  of the Cariboo District of -.Barkerv Hl������n who are- lishlfl  to p;{y:Road.Ti<x forth a year 1875 Uas���������becn posted at  tho following pUces:    .,, -r  . "  Mr..SmiiIVs ol:t tftoro, Hirvey Creek. ���������  M c's������n*. Vt'-I t h fi Co ��������� p,��������� K "i tli I ry.  Qoternmi,st:'OSk!tf, Forks-oT Qn>.������ri>l. '���������  OLIVER HARE,  '.���������'..  :   '-fi.  ������ i; -fifiy:::��������� Afi��������� ''[fififi .'���������" Collector  Forks-cf Qu58n*ihJan:i,:i37a:"~ . fififi fi.  Van Volkoiiburgli & On;  ��������� "'Retail Hatchers^ "  B ARK EHVI LL .Is AND  : LIGIITNING.eREEK-  Notice to claimants of iLatnd  .     NEW- WESTMlNSTEtt DtsTftlCT..  VTOTICE- IS1 HEREBY G!VKNT, in acr^dance with  'il "tho pr������������vtHio'o's of the Land Act, 1874, tlml th������  }aIUo.whig-l'ut4ls������niuts.ln .the nistrict of. XyycltVl<i$L  minster, have htM*n' subdivided * by .survey,"and th������  map thereof has hprndep* alted'in tha odtee of H. V.  Eddisa Ja, Cooimiasivnor, New. We*imhistvr; :  ���������;���������'..-. Croup I, .  v ���������'���������'���������"       ' l&i'pi;  Ct up *i. ���������       '-"'���������  fififififi     t  I.ots.108,199, Hii-J ?00;<:; ,y~  :..    .     ,.    .ROBKR'r.HRAVFM..  C' fef Comnilssjo'n-r of 1 jl&us sb'u Works,  ;     :   ROAD   TAX,',  OTICK 19''HEREBY'g"IVEN ttu't a List of all p<.-r-  i.^1    sous within (ho  fi.   - LILLOOET DIVISION  of the LiHooo.t iMHtnc*. who aro Hablo to pay Road Tax  fur the year 1876 can be seen at my ofilec dulljr.  ���������"fifi   '>' A. w. SMITW, '  Issessyr and Collector.  Lillooet, Jaa. 9,187*.-    -    .  A SUPPLY OF TUB.  BEST QUALITY OF FRESI MSiTE  joiti        fi-'  Alwav** on hand.  No more Cold. Feel!  LADIES' & CHILDREN'S WINTERiiOOSft'  GENT'S.' JjADiES' & CIIILDHESS  UUj.l:  ;  BSIi OViCftiS^OKS.  TWEED   WATERPROOF   CLOTH    FOl-  ]   . . LA DUOS' DHKSSIiS.:  .  iCIITl.DilEN?S MITTS & GLOVK3   LADIES'   HOODS  Jt .CLOUDS.   BLACK  VELVET; IIATS, HOSE.���������'&c. ic.J  ..fi,.  I will dnririsf the winter rftpeive nther Good-  eclcictcd from tlie best iiou^a in Victoria..*  PUBLIC   NOTICE.  OTICK TS HER'EBV GIVBM that a List of all p**-  11 sons within the District of Clinton ������,n������l Williams  I aico iMvisitm of tlie '-arihoo ni������tric'i who aro li"ihl.������i  to pay-RoaVl Tax for the year 1875 uas bean posted at  Ihe following places:: ���������   ���������  d'mrt Honw/Clinton.  ���������  Mr Veatcs',: S"������ln ������*r���������������*r....  I'iisl-OSlcJ, 150 Mil.-IImUS*.   ..    '    .  I'oat OlUc?, D-jb GiJck'.  . o. t. PorR,  .CtUs������UA.  Clin torn, Jan.! fi, WTO.     '���������'���������'** ''  PUBLIC   NOTICE.  _ ��������� ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������  VfpTlCE 13 HEREBY (UVEM that a LUt of all per  ]\    sitns wjttiiii'the Bidtfl<��������� ldVLighthin?; an-1 Ques  n?trnhuth Pt������i 1 [hjr Di'rislim'si "of; t'ti������t Can boo  Dte���������.rlct  who ar'a. liable'to'; p iy -Road Tax. for- the year 1875  can ho seen at tho following places: y    yy  ���������  Court, Kouho, RicMl ;1������U  ' . Tisli������|!rapli Otflci%..V*s������n\Vinklo.  Post omce, Quosnclmou th.  JAMES Ll^JWAY,-  ���������-"    - . Colieotor.  Barkarville. Fob. 8thf 1871.  ^r All. ������rd^rs troin outlting dwtrictK  promptly ..attended to and tbaiiktuil/ re-  ceived.    ,  All the above Goods Cheap  for cash.  del  Butavrtttet I>ac. t.  Appointmants.  ,      Private Secretary> Office  A\.  17th l)ec������tnb**r. 1874.  .   Hib Excellency  the Lieutenant Governor  hm hmq pwim&ed to appoint Aujkut Noiiton*  Krojuiuw. KJHjuiw** a Durriat^r of ...British Co.*  lumbia, to,b������ a Notary Puhlic,  -.' Prival������5Se ere tary's? Off! cp.  l()!h Docomhor. 1874.  Hfab15xc*ll*ncyitth������ Ijicatanani-Guvernor  waa on the 9th Juoh,-1-873, plaa^d to nppidnt  11 sn ������T .* Chisho \* Co u it rx k v. RM{ u i ro, A Ho r-  m*y an tl Solicitor in. the Si-ipr^in-.; Court of  British Columbia, to ha a Notary Puhlic,  Ills Excfilittncy.tho Limitenant-Go?nrnor in  Council has .Wan pftewd to appoint Allan  LGha.1 taM. of Maimon Cr������ck, Um\uire, to hv  Oorontr in an4 toriht Distfiot of Omin������ck.  Puhlic ISTotice,  vroTics rs kb'rkby gives that the  ���������h    . ;   fi  .LANDS IN THR NEW WESTMINSTER  DISTRICT     :  offored for sale i>y Public Auction on'the 8th MarcL  auvl niisolil, are now; op/n lor .-salts at tho rate uf   ;      '  ONK DOLLAU PKU ACliB,      y  on the fnllowing ternis, vis.: A deposit of 60 c������nt<-  pi*r aero to be p*rt onapplicaeton, an t the halanoc ii.  twelvo tuunths.  ROBERT BKAVKM,  Chief Cominis?i..n-rof Lanjs ana Works.  Lan 's an���������! W-irks D-t irtninnt,  Victoria, M ",roli 20, 1876. splfl  s  -BAR.KERV.1LL  PS.OM THIS DATE THK ASSAY 'Gh&tZr  L     /or loU ot GoKl I)u<t of FilK.-en Ouno.-'S or unJei  RBDUCKD TO TWO DOLLARS,  and for -  MINERAL, AH3AYB TO FIVE DOLLARS.  the Utter payable in aclT.mta.  ror. HIT0HCO0K..  A-n    immfi"'  Hi'  fifi  MffwSiS  fSiSSfiWS^i  m*  Lanrt* mh*\ Work*'!������'��������� -partment^  .#������*  FOR SAKE,  Tilfi  Danielson   Kari c%  ��������� ��������� QUESNELMOUTH:  Apply ^0 ifi  '���������'^TIUODEUS- HAKPrU:  M3 3i������    ,        ���������:���������:���������  -   ;     1   vCU:iU>a.  ,0'ilehrntr.ti . ^  rVORC ESTER.S HIRE    SAUCE  ���������       Oo(?larci-by Coniiol8Foairn������������ *h*  ���������fi   THE   ONLY'GObD' SAUCFr   '  Caution against Fr<ivcU���������Tin surc������>s*f t: is  lo^t Ut'li-tion?- aitit t unriv.illr'i' C'<'.i>i*nufrr h|ivli!i  ������������������ ��������������� ?v--- H ce rt'n i11 ��������� I ealcrV t o a pp'l r'thY if������ii��������� ��������� o t' W.t-it��������� f-  tershltn >aur.������>M-.l������.tlovlr nwt. infi ri'������* p/������ii.pi i\n4t, il-e  .Hi hi I c M herohy informed tltatth* ottlj wnyi.f jir"*  ;urethe y*enu!nOvls to ������������������  ASK  FOB   LEA   te ^PEBRIN'S'-   ^AUCTS  n������l to sea. that, their natit^Kart u-puii the trsAiTra  AliKLS.STOM'IK.atl'd BoTTir.  , Somao 1tha *oreign maricetf havlnp be^r.s'uppll^  tit))'a* pari pus Wor.c������sterstiiri Sance.,upori thi wr.'������)-  jeranM labelsof wiijcl: thr nnmfs o* Lf������ nn������' Pfrrina  ���������avt* besn rorgad. I,, and p. efv<������ notice thai th**y  save (urnlshed,th������IryorrespotHl������;���������������.? wir.h p.fwor 't  .ttorn������**y to taka t nutnnt proceeding'?* tt gain* i'mam-  ���������.CTiRKRsand vs.vL-OK^oj 'stfcli.* or :������nr other linii������*  ioiiSby.whiclithehTlf,')* t ion y |������ f'lnfrir'-ivil.  f&ifi5r^*&X4?*^~3iP- fr.���������-   ���������'"*������������������''��������� 'fi-fijfi*  ;��������� v-,T    ..    , ��������� ., -,,.,.,, ,. , ...  Ask for LEA & P&RJIIKS' Satire unci ������e������  1 ��������� Naia������ 6 n Wrap per, L abfie \\ 'Bb tile, and  .. Stopper. .,���������   ..- ..-..   ���������.���������, ';  Wholrsalo anvl for fyport by,the proprietor*, Wor*  o.-)s tor;-Crosse* HUckwell" London, Sficfi &'c.; ������.*  by Groctt rs a n <I 0i 11n en ������ n ivor.**a t ly.  THE KOLLOWIMO.  EXTaiCTFiioiliEtTEH  dated tftih May, 1H72, from an oh] inlmhl-  t.'int of Uornitiijsham. nuAr WarmluHler^  Wilts:  -  f * I must also beg to,say that,your Pills srs  au oxc-'lh-ntmedicinofor meytii/t I curtainl?  do enj >y jiood health, smnul sleVp, and ������  good appi'Htf, This t������ nurftig b taking youf  i'ilU.    1 am 78 yuars old*  *' ftffttalnhtg, GivnUetaen, years vrr re������  speetl'itlly, L, t������J9  To the'P'mpriotors of  KORTOS'i   OA\l(>toi8" PlUA   Lon Ion  SURYEYIFG-.  PARTIES     INTENDING     TO     AV,\H<  *-���������   ��������� themselves of tho pew Matin* Law *n������l l" l"Jt  ������hasc their ground, can have tho Purvey of the s-oo*  ���������������������<[ Ma$^*|m ade. h y ad ti resi* litsf  t������il������;  O. *������JATAILL0T.  m  1  m  m  m  I  ���������ry.-B-J  irswmtaK^immgMJm^^^^miMiM.

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