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 -' i $������  Vol. ������������������������;  BaBsewitte; Williams Greek, B/ G.j^MoiSiay, May 27,/1867;  ^M  TELEGRAPHIC.  fifififi,' {From the *Britishr<jblumh:ia*al^)  ������- London, May, 8tti^^m^TIie' Euro^/xP1^ in August  ^onferehce,|acljoizrned tiUto-morrbw. /A^eriT  ^Can^ s^feuriliie^h&e^ail d^clffledi .  \ .Ai  (B^riing������)|It is reported*^  cenirathig troops in B.o land/','   "fifififi / fifififi.A[i  : Ma;y^ for  -the'���������'��������� deliberations/of; thP ConforSnce/a^eed  mi)ph:S:/Firsfc,/t  <pqss&sidir;bfyHcM  y aecoridjyifeshall *remwir'Jneu^ail|; /third//the  af^Privy^ Councillors/ and four,- Lieuteftantr  Goverjhbr^ aiid a> general organizaMoEi|ywjlj-  tblldrW./ h The ^election^will probably , take,  ^beadfbrtr&s^  Derby;will be a candidate IbrFarHanient (?)'  filt is .considered that31ea.eelis no .longer;a\que6^.  'tioii/df'doubt. -   y,   ;.   / . ,.   ,/    y   "\.,"  Jfi^^niendedRfefbrhiBRI/wsuivad^t^d in  ,<ttieHcJusefiol Commons.   ; ;  *���������    v*. fi  Walpole* Has resigned;      - ' 'r '-��������� "���������-  ,_    /  ..Jfe^a^j^e*^^  ' succeedsHaMy/on tlie /Poor Law Board,  ��������� fifiN^yrfiSfipv^ May ^ ih^  ^^^r^sti^^ had' qrd^retjy the/rising^  ������daJj^laind;.{yihat; theJEeaiatis in A&ufihlin, *nutn-:  ^bere^HOOO "with'8000 -muskets/:, In Coi'fc  .4hey/numbered _20"#00 with >15;000 'tnuskets,  ?iandithat;they were to tooricenkate theirvforces;  faiffiinlerick.<; .Whenyhe /was arrested: his i wife;  i^ersuadedM V /    '  , v.May llt6;���������^special to the^-Herald says'  the terms of settlement/ are, 'that  110 "j troops  *sh^l&e;;retained at/ Luxembourg except tfe  force necessary   to   maintain'.ordet^'/Lord1  ���������Stanley   ann^nc^-i^^the^ Hoiise >that the  ���������.amicab X$ settLemeiii*was fi practically realized^  *--at this,moment'AThe. Cabinet' had/acted in  ^ccprdatice;wittisihe' ^op^tutipna^yisag^ in*  ^bringing aboiit ah adjustment -ijftfe- regretted'  to: ob^ser^e/thle.Souse show its susceptibility  m> .regarding the guarantee ;/yOted.     England  , land in. 1839;-and now-merely,-adapted that  ^guaranteXto the presbrit/circumstances.v The  .fifiJgnistersho^/^ot,/e^tendecjL-but-limited ,the  " ^guarantee.   &ego"tiatipns rwilKbe3rouglit '-'���������toT  4t tfhnclusioa'in a few days.and.all the- papers  laid before Parliament.-\  ��������� '-'���������/ Grladstdneimade a powerful speecli against.  D'Israeli?samendment, 'and/ mvppppsition^ he  'said*:it was'a:.shallow; transparent:and.'dis-  ' simulating:pretence ? of a measur^'for- the ex?,  tension '���������> of tlie franchise.   Messrs. Roelnick  ^nd D'Israeli demanded a  was^ for the/government^ 322 against ^56:;;  loud cheering hailed the announcement  Paris/May 10th^Nappleon has promised  /assistancetolaysa cable'from Brest.to America. , -     -,;  " ������������������--.-���������������������������   ''        '��������� fi. -   fiA;^. ���������  Berlin, May 9.-���������The Prussian Diet lias accepted the new Germanic constitution.  Sti ^etei^urg,- May .9tb.->-The Emperor  will; visit /Paris in June,    fi  St Petersburg, May/- llth.^-Thes telegraph  line to the moilthoS;the Ainobr,.in Asia, is  ��������� 'completed/; y. ���������; -y~ -fi- ; -:    '' ;: -���������; _. / ; / ' *  Fortress Monroe, May;10th^-A writ of Habeas Corpus /was served on Gen/ Burton,  to-day/ordering that /Davis be/ produced b&  fore the court at Richmond j on Monday. He  'will, leave liere-to^dfrov^  leasedybii;^ be /rearrested, and  tried on a ehatge of treason*  New Yorli, :]^/iatlL^HRpbert; &. Walker  /states,, that;, -Russian Amerlca was; otefed$0  the United States during Polk- s^^administration  for nothing, and refused, fifi fifififi ���������:'f;'i      ;:/.;/'��������� /  There is -^report that Brazil and Spain  havo formed an alliaiice against Peru and  Chill, which has created uneasiness. /       , \  Th e re vo lutio n in -Soutliern Peru has b een  Bquelched.;/--;,.:. '��������� fiy.] -fififififi fififififi fifififi 'fifi '-  NevrYorfik, May Uih.~^A grand ocea^irace,  owners tp go in th e i r 0 wn b 0 ata, h as b een  arranged to come .off July ,11th. -The course  willbe from Sandy Hook light house to Cape  May and back i the prize, a silver tea service;  .entranceTfifty dollars,. 10 yachts- have .been  entered, anipng whicli^are the FleetWing,  Dauntless and llennett'si.  ;' / CoLoniai/ Pitb ������RESS^VThe fifie as tern /B^itisb^  Nprth/Americanycolbnies'Jare/making ;great  progress < ��������� ihiuianufacture^  the^e/ colonies ive ^read/ that/ fectpries^laave  been; erected; and arc in successful operation j  \vbiie others/ are; in- cPurse/ ;df erections/TliiS;  ma^ be/expected-.iii countriesjwhere tbere arc.  material^1 capital j labor and a market -;/bM it  is surprising /to;learn:'that edge t6pls are exported to England.:; The edge 4ool factories  pf St*; John, N. B., -' says an/ exchange,; have  filled orders for��������� Conner ticit ty Maine "/and: Liyg  erpboVEngland.y It is biit/a- sliortithne since  all the?axes. and tools in:the Province ha^ -to^  be impbrtied^, Besides the edge^boLfactories^  IsficSm^fiimi^y^ Smug I a  prosppr^s :busi^  fiby> a ditty' /pfepnly>124 per cenfc> claim/'tlieji;  can, .undersell i tlie ^American, (manufacturers,  fully 25 per ceiit Buyers froin/they-West;  indiescome to this market in preference'ytoj  "others.^/ W^^tf the coloniahinarket isisuppli^d.v  with^hpmeo manufactees^ there are the forei^;  markets / ofi non^mahufa^turing; ^countries to  ���������Supply;1 .The growth;of i manufactures iii.,the  prbviniccs wiltl be a^great boon to the;pei3ple.  Heretofore largo numb ers of tke insing'p opu-  latipn have,Jhad,to.Emigrate to learn ;trades;:  Tho Census of tN^  there are'C5j000.Canadians residing in,that  State..-,.Th{s,is,.partly, due; to higherirwages,  b ilt mainly /to the absence t of * m anufactories  sufficient to -empl'oy.^tlie:growth of- lab'of-^-  B. C.;Exai������ineiv, .  MW-^yBRTISBMEN^Sj  fififiyfiyfififiy^fi^  fiA T , E.; HODG;BNS?; ;O.LI>, pSTA ND*  -  B^kcrville/istMayyl867// , ; '  '*    * \fi\  rpHR PAKTX13BSHIP hcri^tororo existing bbtwbeirtha  Ifi; unilersigned,is"thiis-!day disedlvbd, fiby: limitation* f7  All debts due to the lato- firm/may b^paid\to either  partyj^io.t^jyeuigi'authoriz^  marte,iahd/all liahilities willbeyli^uiHatietthyfi&i;^NB0r  FELpER; who will continue the business but",.tho^ old  stand: ��������� ���������    ' ��������� y"   '���������   ,  .   '.   "   ; ' *.< 'Z, j ' .1 ;}*. -. /   ^  fi":    "A.' " '   J. -A Afififi y ,; / F. NEUFELDER,v  a fi yfifi' fi-"' ������������������'���������: -fiy -"fi: / // % y v fififi fr. ?. BRAMLEY.  : NEW'"ADVERTISEMENT^/,     ,' -  y.-jy v.'���������������������������' -fifi.'iZ-'i li^fi-���������'���������'.'���������!.-yfi' *'���������'.'.'���������..-.''.rJfi-!.o^--.-.:"fi';. '���������'.'-''"���������'���������'".'"���������y",y fifi. ���������*���������:'������������������  yfifiFbfiefi: :Caribop ;t;S^iffliSiief jf*;  ;\yfiS&Mi-wfi&tiKy^ fipAbbfiin 1 /-/;  Published  Every .. Monday-   './t>n2ntiB8fa������f������ ^  >'The: .-^:Trichin^b '^.Sensation Revived:���������  ;Tlio">Spvin^eld^.^epu-blibaitt (Masfe.)1 a few,  day���������s; since'/published a detailed". account of  six. cases of���������tri.chi.nffl:spir,ali.k-T whiftb: occurred;  in/that city.- The same paper says; the- disease' '.is. not confined to*-th6 Ransley.. Hall  family.'���������$*& son-.of.-.fhe^ilate Joseph Solaces is  afflicted"with if, as is/aWa Miv Norton^ wli6<  ;liyes in the same vicinity. -/Both of theserp������rT  ���������sons'liadr eaten ham o btained at ihe/ sanie  ^tore .where the Hallsvpiirchased iiheirs;,; All  of this" 'family';are /now comfortable except  M:rs: -Hall; ywhdse lipiidi tio n; is * extremely crif  tical./ AS shb wing.-ho w enormous Is the .number of the trichiritei'it is estimated that/ those  oil the small piece of muscle taken froin,the  limb:':,of the deceased girl were distributed- at  the. rate "bf 50,000 to 80,000 per -square -inch.  The number in the/ entire "body must consequently; be millionsi A piece of the muscle  has been sent to Prof. Agassiz.  THE UNDERSIGNED titive Jomniericed hr the/ above  business-next (lobr to^MunderfPs' stables, ISarkerj;  yiUe,_and solicit a shrfre^o^ public patrbhago. ]   fi-fi$ f :���������-  <        CAST    IRON   STOVES  -.   ' Always on -band.J/    ,        ,//  Kew Work  and /Jobbing  >r>,K\>    ..'. Done/at reasonable rates.     ,., / /  f-L-jBpfeiOjiiE:*'Teams runx regularly between5; Yale_ and  Gariboq and allorders in'our line of-:bu3jness-carefully  attended to.  1    - V ������E. PEARSON & BROS:/^  ^^E^^REl)IJGEiy  ii  ���������BARNARp^. STAGES WILL LEAVE'YALE EVERY  MONDAY  AND  FRIDAY,  With Us it -Maris, ; Express '-and   Passengers,  for;  Ly ttonyiTlinton r Sada/^Gi'efjk./ -.Quesn eile ';��������� an d. 'Burk'c/-''.  yilloy wi th vbranoiie? to- ^^*&,s;"Fer^ahd^IlWt^il  (   Barnard?s ^Express 'cSrries'Ijetters,  hiablcs, -and ^si3ressi,I^ightI.tcfe;B%  and wAy stations?, -���������./*;  S^:to's6iJa creek/ r /-  y Treasure^;* ^Va-  ^Bentl/?Cariboo  Offic&ttB ARKERYILLE,/ AWLtfAMS'/.ijREEir, G'akisoo,  * " '    "/ T"   i     s fi ~������fi-fi���������^' , fi- ,        fififi  fifi,   i.-fifiyfi;      v Subscriptions $i- p&v /^eeky, fififi   i  ;(includirig cost ordelive^)/Pay-tble  t > tbo farrier;,;  'II e si t;a'oi x?&n ifi B a mM$$  -/���������;';:;//-y^;/:;'vy//.^:^  / : y   0 A.  fi&fijy-fi   fi \fiih . BABKERYl-LLE,,   fi  ^fillti^^  N- ANNOUNCING'-.THK, RE-OPENING OF-"1 THIS-  _ hduse^i'or'thoiseason,Jtli'e 'proprietors1 wish- to1 in/  IJoVm/tbeir friends ���������ih^/th^public generally^tbattheyy  will iSpareiJi^^ih^lin order to^ patronago of  an;whogive.;tiiem'.a/calI.   fififi ���������''      - ,.   ���������;,  ���������   fi "Meals ��������� at; all hours, 1  5  ,,/'/'   , "'  'fi   ^/BARKBKVILtE.''    c  -;   y fifi-fifi1  M''   li,   PEXFOLB  BEGS TO '-ANNOUNCE   TO/;UIS  . friends"ithaf hte now*jBrLUARD-SALOON.\n.now  opun, whore every attention  will be-paiU' to tho hmi-  itfii <A his fi isitors. -* y fi ' fi;    fi fiy        ~ ^ fi'fi fi fifi  ;f-rtE/BEsST LlO?iOH,b'& ili'ARS  fhaiG-mbo yfifiiyy'W tbo miiflzm, A in ftl^pyfe  b������>'  ftuud ac avIV|y '   \   , -        '    >     y  IE AB1NG/���������]ipij||||tB: E0O1S,  "Witb:prLvatce"ntVanW^:e at������ach^'d to the .'Saloon./r  Barkeryille, 1st ���������UiiyfifilSM., fi fi fi'fiififi ''yfifiyfi'fi A;>:.s, /  sm-oME.^&.  tiwy  . ; Salt Lake, May 12th, (midnight).--The Indians haye; iburned :Rpck ������������������ Greek-: a swing star.':  ti on twelve mile's" from Co op er %': Creek, and  run off some /stock.   They are encamped in ^  force withiii sis miles of the latter place- ^ An:  ( -attack on ihe etatipn is expected at daylight. ���������  N* Sfike Big Laramie 4>ffiee has been: removed- east \  sevea miles/ to Fort Sanders.   There is not  a ^fSelen t force to - guard , the line _; a i>mai 1 j  par&y cof cavalry have;just 3eft Fort Sanders  *e go tto-ifce relief of Cooper?s creek.  Otta^a^ .0, W-, May 9.���������It is understood,  tlsat the Qiieen's ,JProcianiatio33,: creating the |  SessaMon of Canada, will shortly be issued, ���������  to take effect' on the 1st of July. Lord Monck'  will be Governor GreneraL   The appointment  .^'���������6 9^^  fist; at; .^b/rafce:; of /three biibketsf ill for one big  The; Chinamen, whoyare always/ready; with  the cash for gobd cheap . grub, are. buying: in  large quantities, salting, drying, and packing  them for present and future use.-John is provident- regulating: his expenditure according  to his income. Some parties have commenced  salting and pressing oplahabs for an article  of export It is to be hoped that this expe-  rime nt will prove success! ul, as the supply, iii  seasoh^seeinsl unlimited.. There are enongli  of salihon, -sturgeon arid doiahans in the  Fraser/to feed ^tbe^ large number of people in  England at the present time who are dependent / upon the public; bonhty for suppbrt-^  B.:C. Examiner*/ .:;/; r: A: fi.fi A fifi..*  /FARE: T(^/BAIUEBR^  . ��������� A , ,   (Exclusive.of;steamer?sfare.)  ,$60.  $85  i-s/  ElFEESS-:!  DI'ET'Z'-'&y  *"������.'  r  \fififi fi"     BRITISH* COLOTIBIA.    , /  Coniectini at Yictoria wito WBIXS/-FARGO & CO ^  .   lbr Cali|braia^ Oregon) the Atlantic States t fi\ ;  and Europe.v   -,     ..'.    . *    y  And: at'y^lb :i&b;:xiLxtio^-^w]^/;BA^iRirs  .*..,..*'.'       OARlBOO-EXPEESSi     ,  ��������� / Eor, Big Bend, Cariboo and; the1 Northern .Mines,( ���������.-��������� ���������  Gonvcyiug Treasure, Valuables, Letters; Packages and  ;. ���������  ���������    ���������        ,       ;   ;^ Parcels.,   y     A.      . ��������� / 1-s *;  Gariboolji^  ���������::'/  ..     J^���������-S.- THOMPSON/ PmssitiENT;       - '  JAMES SANDERSON, Vice-Pricsidext; -.  "^d'^m's/f:Pe.arby--&. Co.\  [     _..   '.HABKERVILLE;/'    ^    "    '  y-  --;'. Have gust received, a choice sole cti on m        -fi.  cast iron ������Poking stoves  SHEET COPP  !XIN/-PLATE'ANB;  ,    witk.varioUs other arWcl'es in -their.line of trade. "  ������������������ifi'&fcAXl. "Jbhbingfn^li^  ^5inc trade attended toy-^nd 'waitatited-to 'give satisfaos  tion^y; fi'Afifi'fififi Afifi fi/yfifififi AAfiAAAAyfi yfifiy:fiAA:yfifi a,:$fifi  9... -f.**Byj,y..,;  SHEET  XROS  i    T. :N;-HIBBEN Su CO.  ���������SVlLli' yFORVARD.' TR6itn"Lt,v/ -AT: / -MODBRATE    TERM%  ' -���������-.-���������������������������j"��������� - ������������������������������������-.--fifi-.:-'.-:��������� .-.-,'��������� '���������'-"t-,-.,���������;*<. fi-.sfi'i:���������������������������'������������������'���������':��������� ..'���������-fi.-s. ���������������������������.fiy..'. fififi-': ',:'".'.'��������� .���������'���������'' y .-fi.  fi   'English:, ,American, A':'fi   aA.\  " -fifi-       \ ^       ��������� ,.    , /French,[ German, v  'fi, fiy.And other NewspaperS:andPeriodicals,.        ; '  StTBSORrPTIpKS, ABDINO I?OSXA������Ei 'fAYABLE OT fiADYXHCEt  15th May, 1867.. '      ,tx., ���������        '       fi .fi"''   4"3m '  >iii.wiiiiiiiii������������i   ���������   nifiiuimwmmm&umKmKammH^ '  fifi.Chinese /.Sukewon'ESS.-^A' , letter ; from  Shanghai contains the following : The Celes- J  tial mind, has; hitherto \>een unable to solve  the mystery of why a foreigner, should tranip  ab bri t the fields al 1 day with a gun on , his  shoulder to obtain that which, at a very;  small outlay, he could purchase in the market/remaining quiescent at home 5 and the ���������  wondering .country people have concluded;  that'the foreigner'likes tolsite the shot, for:  which reason,. having shared a lot of plieas-.;  ants, they, put.��������� JheBi- in a bamboo cage, and;  pepper them plentifully with Iron shot, cans j  ing. the' rion-hunting/foreign devi 1, who bays j  his game, to break Jus r teeth, and indulge ia j  much profanity.   .. y  ������'  u fiAtffi will jou.be after telling what kind of  a baste yye call ifcfais^ ��������� said a newly-aaxived j  Irish mm, holding up a wasp.: between Ms--  ������mmh and' finger, .*? Och, im|der I Spa&e \  qmtifc,ifor he's bitingmeV' fififi  If Soiree miles make a league, how many ���������  will make a conlederacy '2        y  ';u- fifi -fi-iOWS-'&$&A2&JS8; 'Afi fifi)"fifi' "fifi 'fi-,-fi- fififi DR. W^ B.- WILKINSON, v Directors./ '--..'������������������': fififi  /-;yJOHN^DAlR/;./;,.. -fififiyfi) A-fififififi-j.fifi "fifi'yfifi'  'JOHN BOWRONi  fi.fi'fi Skcrstar? & LibrarUnv : ���������  THISC INSTITUTION yat present contains about 500  volumes of.Choice Literature,consistingof Religious,  Scientific, Historical^ and Poetical works, and works of  Fiction.   ���������'���������     '��������� A ' a       :'.. :-    '.:-,''  Worcester-s Large Pictorial Dictionary, Ure's Diction  axy of tbo Arts, Manufactures and Mines, Lippeacott'S'  Pronouncing Gazetteer.of the World, and Homan's Cyclopedia oi'i-Comnieree vrill always bo kept in the yopm  for reference. ���������.-..,. .. ���������,. ' fifi  The Readiiig Rboih will be found supplied with the  laiost English, Scottish, Canadian, AmericaiL, aiid Colo-j  nial'Papers and .Magiianes."  l  y'        ��������� ... --,,;-   -  Terms of SuJ?.scaii"ri6s--<$5 pp.r quarter, or $2 ijpr  month- ;���������'��������� Single-vplnraos Loaned to uOa^subscribers .at,  60 ���������cts.-pbr volume, with .������1 deposit.. A  fi'fi. A.   ���������,".     *:...'.  ' Fersons not subscribers visiting the 'Reading Room  asid niaiing nse of the Books and Papers will be cliarg- j  ed 25'cts. for each-Tisiifi''���������-   -"���������.//'��������� -1'.  jg^-Tlae Koom.wiH be open from 10 a.m.'tilllO p. m  ���������y/."y///:/y-   JOMBOWEON,    .-  ������������������%;���������'' .     /fififi/      "fifi ,-:���������-. Secretraiy aad Librarian.  <^SNELMOIJTH ^  ; "-. ���������" 'hgtice./ ';.;>v  ���������������������������-���������/'";   THE    STE AM BR  & ]tf y\&-&%;pyT&I&-%  ;   '  WILL EUN.AS- FOLLOWS1:  tEAVES   ^  '. Afifi       A   .fi fifi   . , 'fi���������-OST'r-/ /.. '. -"'-  Tliursda^;?/a^  :- ��������� . AT SIX O'CLOCKy 'A,fiM.yAyfi fififififi  LEAVES   SODA   GREEK  t \-fi     ~Q&~       fi      .   *\       'fi fi  Tuesdays and ^rida^^*  ':;0.^fiATfifiMf^ ���������  . Quesn'elmott%-'lSiy.i2fld,:1867?'.:y ; t'/'.I-;./  THE  1CAEIBQO SENTINEL  Cards,. Bill .Heaas, Circnlars, Posters and'  PrOigramznes for. Balls, and Theatrical ���������  ." Eatertaimnents,.      '������������������/;-- ���������>-.  Eswjited Wita "Jfca-incss wui "Oispafcb at this .Office  ";/ 4^*. Terms Meteaxe- **%&  yfi'fi -rfi        ��������� yQUE^LMOBT^../:,  ���������fififi BROW &.GILLIS^ Peopkietoks��������� ;/ ;  Good Beds 5 Eeslaiuiunt \ BiUiard Table, &c  ,   Stabling for Horses^-.'Hay- and��������� Oats.- ���������   ���������;s ������������������ ��������� '.fi.  COLONIAL RESTAURANT,  A'' QUE^NKLMOOTH-    ���������'        ���������'':-���������:,/��������� .  Meals at all hours, and .Cookingfiot the best  / ^description. .  s  mm -������i~J  ^OT^ARIBOO SENTINEL  .//��������� / , ;MONfiAY- MAY 27,;i8B7,' */ ������������������ ��������� ��������� ;  TliE-^TATJS- OF THK COUNTRY.  porary of the Mbrding /NewB that the time is  not far distant when worthier knights of the  quill, from the eastern portion of our common  country, will find their way here, and make  the residence amopg9t us of such rabid spirits  as the editor of the Morning News impossible.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  :���������"��������� We have been accustomed, * during the last  -flix years, to hear tbe raoBt .opposite opinions  ^xpressedia relation to this .colony.   At one  time its mineral wealth and, the facility] of acquiring it/have been described. ih\the most  .extravagant, terms;; at. an other time we have  ���������iJeen told that/the country has ",caved' in,"  arid (hat the precious metals that 'remainfi in  the soil are not worth the trouble of taking  ,<mt������   Its agricriltnrakresources are described  by some asUnparalleled .for extent and ferr  tility ; l>y others as worthless ; .and the country generally/:.as only. fit for tlie' abode of  savages.     Meanwhile the  colony ./advances  steadily  in ' prosperity.     Homesteads  with  8plen did farms are rapidly increasing mail  - directions, and, the. fornicr idea/that good  iWmihg land only existed in rare and isolated  ... spots'! has been completely: exploded ;   our  ��������� ��������� mini ng wea) th is now kn o wn to b e. s 6 widely  sp re ad th at. a century will' not exhaust ou r  ^.'fierfesr ;;Irr fe?: pr^eiW^vtals.ataae... -.-lift .more  . 'con viuci hg pro of o f these .lac ts. exists ��������� th ah in  /ythe return, to- this colony of numbers'ofminers  ;'/nnd farmers^who bad left it with- some ridi-  /*cuio'us *������������������ idea) that ,in/ the territories of the  y. iieighbpring:.republic alone: could; wealth' and  prosperity be found. ; This] egregious/ bluu-  .-,' fidei'has/ costmany of?them some of their, best  fifi- y^i'Sji tind in'most cases.ill the means /they  y had accumulated during their sojourn amongst  ":";'U3. That they had becm^misled; by a mischie-  vy^bns class.ih.this colony,;who having neither  / TWrscyerance/nor industry, occupy themselves  ��������� fifi in reviiuYg/tti^  '. ��������� tufcions,: wh ich th ey have hot -either the capa-  //rCityyor desire to understand or appreciate; is  ::��������� /./.biifc-teo'.true..\I.f our;citizens/while reading or  fi 4*i3tenihg: tb their spiteful invectives,'* would  ��������� -billy rememberittiat nofiphe desires the pre-  / ^Setice ��������� of ^ tbese... individuals, and that if the  ��������� fififi tr nth'.: was' not the reverse/o f ���������. \y hat they s tate,  fi. ���������-^they.wouji:a6't.remJii^in:tficl 'country,, much  '' altfounded- discontent^vouVd be avoided/and  fifi /people; would go* earnestly tp; work to make  firy,tiomfortable homes in/this pasis of. good gov-  /,.^rhnientv;pri /the. Pacific /coast/ "Th'ftse \vbo  -.:��������� - <havebe.e.n led astray!;by the ��������� Victorian ne\vs-  ���������". :i:-paper. bunkum, may /be'- startl.ed:* at ourasser-  : ..tioii abpht;gpbd government    We are pre-  ��������� pared: to admif:.that much remains to be done  /;to make our government all that it should be,  : 3>ut compared- with anyvforni of government  , /��������� r 6n the Pa!cific^ we -maititatii that burs ; is the  .    "best; and/in!this;we. shall .be supported by  - every welt read man'in the colpny.    -We are  -not setting ourselves up as immaculate, bu t  we must dp ourselves the justice'to state that  ��������� >.Wehave.never been.guilty of such outrage-  ��������� '��������� ous-misrepresentations  as   those   currently  ���������'     published" in the Victoria press, of which the  /../ Morning News has by far the largest proportion.   The editor of that pretended organ bf  fifi    ^public opinion tells us that i( if he could call  ��������� "'������������������ to his aid the most powerful telescopic assis  tance, he could not so much as discern the  . 'A faintest glimmer of the star of hope through  'H-hc impenetrable gloom that prevades, not  fi-fi_ fififi only .the commercial but every industrial  .*��������� interest; of /the/ colony."    We strongly recommend an. immediate dose of antibilious  /*/ -pills, and the retirement from the arduous  fifi-duties of editorship, for the space of a month,  arid -we will predict greater perspicuity for his  ���������xuental.as well as his physical eye.   He say3,  "������������������fi M Do the'labors of our miners or the wealth of  .*��������� o'ur'mines tend to the development of our  ��������� */sources of wealth, promote public works,  /" improve"tbe face of the country, or provide  -"employment for the mass/of the people?  "Not a bit of it, as well might our gold re-  " main buried in the bowels of its mother  '" earth for aught the good it does to thecoun-  " try t h at p ro tl uccs At ?';   We wo uld ask th is  - . sapient editor what has made the colony, what  is it- if it has not been the labors of our miners t Whence came the means to make our  splendid roads, to build our towns, especially  Vietcria, if not from th e labors of o ur rainers ?  How does the editor of the Morning News  ��������� find means to print his sheet if not from the  labors of the miners? Whence would the  people of this colony derive a means of snb-  sistance were it not'for the produce  of the  ���������' mines ? This precious specimen of apeople's  ���������organ goes on in a maudling style to convince his readers of the inevitable ruin of the  ���������.. country, and the advisability of .selling out  to Uncle Sam.   We have only a few words  * more for this vendor of annexat;onist doctrines.- If he-is a wolf in sheep's clothing and  is only assuming the rights and privileges of  a British : subject in ^order to betray them,  ' ' his labor is in vain ; British- Columbia will  : -yet forma part of the great Canadian Confederation, a nation that in-a few years will  change the order of things on the great AmerU  ���������can continent. The dodge of directing the  attention of tbe people to England instead of  Canada, to which we virtually belong, is too  transparent; and w������ csfc assure cur c^nt^m--  GOLD CO^^S^R'S COURT,  (Before H. M. Ball, Esq.)  -A GAUD,  THE faWRS AMD OTHEllS IWEKESTED *K THE  various claims around and below Barkerville, beg  -- "���������'"''���������o tn tbo Mcrcbalits, Saloon  v . " '24tliSiay,'^7r  ���������: Francis'!W^r&yi?M^\^  SsSSWM  Davis claim-, which he i-opresented.tilltl.o f 11.  fifc-fifincA this half iatorest as a part of me  ���������^It't-ld by them i" February  ebuie, aim transferred the same  S heD&Sy 'Plaintiffwas in������anFranj  aware of it,till he got back to Victoria.   He  made to their call" for atci, to .aha^^ ������...v.������ .���������  Ifveo, to secure the safety of the bed reck, drain from  injury during the present spring freshet.  Taking.into consideration ihe. liberal wmner iu  which Messrs. Oppeubelmcr, Strouss, Clark, Tue Bank  of British Columbia, and others came forward and with  no sparing band started au wndc.rtakiug of such* vast  importance io the mlniugcommuuityat largo/we were  diHideiit in again taxing" their purses. It affords .'us,  therefore, greater pleasure than ever inbtiiug again  enabled to testily to the Interest tbey tako iu,tl\e pub-  lie weal. .We cannot refrain, in thus ackuowledgjng a  benefit conferred, from individualizing; one business  house in our town, which not only contributed the  sum of $500 to tho first enterprise, but even now came  forward to aid .the work at present .-in hand by- cbntri������  "** ' *fln'ft"^ that might occur,in ptder  NEW j[t)VERTISEMENTS. -.-;  GmffiTSHAMEl  / 26,000lbs. of MERCHANDIZE!! fifi.  ^^^^t^������r^fi^y  N0 HUMBUG! GOOD FRESH BUTTER  -Vv- ... . . @.$1.25.perlb.  t. MOU5TET & CO.  Richfield, 1st May,-16W. ��������� a's  Uting towards any tenciency^  tocarfyouttliework^  ^boBailcbfmiti^Wui^^  vlnce or iucl ^^^?SS^iv^6lvcoa-  neighbors, still we ^^i^^SS banking house  trailing ?��������� fiww^ Jg������v^so cynical NO? to al ,  with that of its ncigbbor,  wi^    y .suly;mtsr|)rt������ J  our requests for support tr c^jj ^       convince us  for the material henefit of all, conno,  that our -money, and not our weiiart,..   .  at the heart of. the Agents ^^ DEAlN: CO'Y.  ^g^^^^ HOTEL  AND RESTAUR ANT,  RICHFIELD.  .    ,    uhA1i hnVo s-cfl tted tb Is ��������� weft know a houw  |^S o^n &e accotnodatloi! of th,  P w feir will be supplied ^Ith ^ he^t braiid. ������!  LIQUOllS abU^tGAl^. fififififi . i fiy. >.^rj fi  /j^Me^sfl^-Beds farmglied a^a^Oioura.  0. FONTAINE,  FELIX POUCIIOT,       - .---rroprietcn.  ���������      ��������� '    '' -1  Richfield, 1st May, 1807.  duly recorded, jli^ ^v.w.^ ...  the interest had originally beg preempted  by one Valentine, who. von the .21st April,  18G5, ..transferred ��������� his full, interest to R.  Borthwick and & Chadwick ���������; R. Borthwick,  on the 5th July, 1865, transferred his half interest ,to W.Farron ; oh the 26th July,'1866;  Wi Earron made a transfer to W. II. Huskiri-  son, who, on tbe 23rd July, 186b', sold to  Plaintiif.;.  ; Ifi? . fififiAAfi fi .  ���������F. McKenny, sworn���������I identify the bill of  sale from  Husltinsoh to me, . I- rep resented  tbe claim on 24tb 'April last, but was objected  to by tlie foreman, until- X got an. order from  theCourt.   I represented it on the: 20th May,  aud was also objected to. ��������� -.1 represented the  claim till it was-laid over last falbj 'fififi  ������������������ Cross-exahriried^I agreed .^to ^ay.' $1 as a  consideration, and $750 out of the ;first dividend , after, dedti cti ngr,$S a: d ay 'as .Adages .and  all assessments Ifi might tove .paid.   I got a  dividend of $592, after summoning tho Trea-  stirer for/ it, which. i; applied inpayraeht of  my waiges arid a'.ssessraents. . Up to.the 24th  April'last, the amount due- me;for wages and  assessments,'; was $1170 ; this <was partly due  on a whole, and partly on a halt,- interest.   I  received tbe. dividend .last fall,   after   the  claims  were laid over.    Have^ never paid  Huskinson anything. :; .  Defendant stated that on 12th November  the claim declared a dividend of :$592 to each  half interest. ; Mr. Huskinson was not on the  creek to receive it, but he left a power of  attorney with Mr. Burreli, of the Bank of Brit������  ish Nortb Atnerica, to do so for him in accordance with  the bill of sale ; the first Instalment having to be paid out of the first  dividend.    Plaintilf obtained this money,   tn  the meantime Huskinson bad gone into bankruptcy, and the assignees, in looking over his  assets, found" this claim against Plaintiff, and*  made application to him for the money, but  instead of  giving any satisfaction, he  left  for San, Francisco.   Chief Justice Needham,  after taking the evidence of Mr. Jack, and  examining a copy of the bill of sale, decided  that McKenny bad; not   complied' with the  terms thereof, and that it "was therefore null  and void, and ordered the official assignee to  sell the half interest, which was accordingly  done, being purchased by John Martin, who  subsequently transferred it to Defendant.  J. S. Thompson was called for the defence,  and said���������Iwas secretary of the Davis co'y.,  at the time the last dividend of SI 181 to the  interest was declared. Mr. Burreli sent me a  letter showing me his authority for collecting  a dividend ou a half interest on behalf of Huskinson, and McKenny also claimed it. I der  clined paying it to either. McKenny then  brought a suit against me, which was decided  in his favor. At that time the claim did not  owe him more than $61, which was then paid  to him.  Mr. Robertson maintained tbat as Huskinson had no interest iu the claim, after executing a bill of sale to Plaintiff, his assignees  could have none, and could only dispose of  tbo consideration mentioned in said'bill of  sale.  The Court deferred judgment till Saturday  morning.  Grouse Creek Flume Co.,per J. M. Sparrow,  agent vs. Black Hawk Co.���������Action to recover  31G00 as damages sustained by plaintiffs in  consequence of defendants working a portion  of their ground. At the request of defendants couusel case continued till Monday (today) on condition that the expense of plaintiffs witnesses be paid .by defendants.' Mr.  Robertson for plain tiffs,Mr.Park for defendants  Saturday, 25th May.  The Court gave judgment for the Plaintiff,  each p&rty to pay their own es^ent^s,  c o..,  TpAKESTHIS METHOD OP INFORMING HIS  Lr friends aud the public generally, that he has enlarged anci fitted up his SHAVING SALOON*, in a superior manner, having secured tho services of an officient"  assistant assistant, he is now prepared to operate in a  satisfactory manner in all branches of-theTONSORIAL  ART.       ,;  .. He also, begs to call the attention o( tbeladies to his  fine selection of Perfumery, which ho is constantly in  receipt/of, from l^angley & Co., Victoria, viz., Pomades,  Powders, Oils, Combs, Brushes, and other articles for  the Toilet. .  v  He also calls attention to his'unrivalled Hair Restorative, guaranteeing to stop bair from falling'out, In  one wcck,ymd in reasouablo time restoring Hair to its  former state and color....  Also Gentlemen's furnishing Goods ; finest assortment of Shirts, Underclothes, Neck Ties, Scarfs, etc. .  27th May, 186? ";��������� 1m  HERTLEl  ���������   b ar KE ^yi^VE'A fififi^,:  TTAYE  AUWT3- OS^a5& A .GO^D; STOCM  11 Beer, "q������W "^g^j, to give them *;������!!  Tbey would inviiu wieir."������=������*--     o ... .v.j .  4th Mav, 1867. .....  ������GR SALE.  0TPMHEI1IER &#,  ������������������;,   -     ;w. h 6 x E s a x;e    ;;  ; ���������"   .'��������� ' ;.'���������   fi.��������������������������� ;���������:���������* an?)��������� .   '-' --'" *"������������������ ".  IVIEROHANT^  BAKKERVILLB^     ^  'fi COMPLETE 8ET; OF   EXtRA  STRONG. IKDL  COMPLETE  at,r- ur   ^Afc*������������  ........ .  l\fi  Rubber Hydraulic Hose, together, with Pipes and:  Kozzles thereto belonging, for sale cheap:  For particulars, apply to Mr, F. W. tAUMElSTER,.  Riclilield.    .  '���������'���������'*:  ���������26th May, 1867.     v '   ,  OTEL  DE   FRANCE,  LECUYER k LEBRTJN, pRoraiBTORs,'  ARE READY TO ACCOMMODATE EVERY ONE IN  the above Establishment. fi  GOOD FARE AXt) GOOD BEDS I  Barkerville, 27th May, 1867.  NOTICE;  R. HENRY  7-s  SHIRLEY  BLUNT  HAS BSEN J?-  lv' Jv^r-VrENT for this Bank at Barkervillc,tl  pointed��������� ACjLxN.i ior vui?i^_ 'tUfliBsDkiimm  placfof Mr,,Robert. Greig. who ^ ^"rd,     HL  service.     fififi. ..   ,:. ._.   t *..        * '.;'-   Manuger. WBBL  Victoria, April 2oth, 15CT.     .  Dissolution of Partnership  rrHE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXISTING  I between P. C,. DUNLEVEY and C...C. WALDE.V,  is hereby dissolved by mutual consent.  fi-fi.fififififi fi'fi.,       '-���������-���������'.���������"e.'C.-.WASiDBN-, v,   "  ��������� ���������-������������������-"::.-;���������    fifi:-"- -PETER;a-DDNLEVEY. :.';-  Soda Creek,: May. 6th, 1867. ��������� 7-3  Fiiltdr^s Bowling Saloon  ILL BE OPENED ON THURSDAY .NEXT,.30th  .   iust.'  Give the old man a-call.  27th May, 1867;    ; . fifi, fi.   ;^,2>  E. iSTEpHENS,v.  ^  CIVIL ENGISEERJVND SURTBY0H WM  Avtvrt T4KKNT  AN   OFFICE  1ST  RlGHFIKli |  TFfMS'   ^ Oaice, centreof.Rlcbaeld. -������ft       H  OTICE  m  m  AS THE UNDERSIGNED INTENDS TO. CLOSE Ugyl  XX business on the flrst of June, 1867, be reA11651511^^^,  persons indebted to him to call and settle their tiRfjBBBtl  or before: that, date, otherwise ihe wilt put /them iwfe. "  the hands of a collector.; Auy one having bills aga^^^^,  him are requested to present the same for payment. i|������l������|g|  -*���������';,        . ��������� y .'; :        j.dison. 'fin  Barkerville, "Williams Creek; Y"������������������.���������'  "-"fi": "fifi'������������������''fi".:   .-'-. H^^  , ljBth May> 1867. ��������� fi .  i'fi   -fi,'.,-��������� y yfi .^fiW^  fi^fifi^upy^fi^^^fifi..  JUST ARRIVING, IN PRIME ORDER,   AND  FOP.  sale at reasonable prices-: y [ fi fi/  y   :,':;   gro.cbkies. etc., etc.   :  Sugar cured Hams and Bacon, Eastern Butter," California fresh ditto in Rolls, '.Dried Peaches, Old Rich  Cheese, new-Lard, Olive Oil, Pickles, "Worcester Sauce,  Yeast Powders, R'Hsins and Currants, Price's Candles,  Hudson Bay Tea, Wilson &. Murray's Coft'ee, in tins,  Coal Oil, Macaroni and Vermicelli, Oysters, choice  Tobacco, otc, etc,  DRY GOODS, ETC., ETC.  Baltic Shirts, .Working ditto; Jumper ditto, Duck  Pants,. Moleskin ditto, Cord ditto, Cassimere ditto,  Cassimere Hats, Fur ditto, Woollen Socks, Merino do.,  Suspenders, Turkish Towels, Paper Collars, Neckties,  Rubber Boots, ditto Coats, Undershirts aud Drawers in  great varietyt also Coats, etc., etc,  . Thankful for past favors, we respectfully solicit tho  patronage of one and all. Our stock this season will be  much larger, and more varied than any former year,  J. H. TODD & CO.  Bar Kerville, May 18,1867.  . lm  Carrier���������; andyjh^j. ^r^������������  Between Richfleld, Barkc^illo and Cam������oot������|^,,  PERSONS HAVING GOODS OR -^^^uHB  F vey to cither of these: tovj:ns f^S B^  my he is ^ways to,be;(bun^^b^kb07C JK|  ' ite also keeps,' in ��������� .connection ��������� ^fc"1 where' W^X  neW a LIVERY STABLE iityBich.fle d, -WW f tMgA  coli ho hired by the clay or weekend *Ilk*%gfe  is sold ul reasonable prices  New England Bakery,  BARKERVILLE. .  , -, ���������  ILL BE OPENED TO-DAY, WHEN: PIES, CAKES  ? t   Coffee, etc., miv be had at all hours.  On and after the FIRST JUNE next, a  LUNCH  MUSE will be opened, in connection with the above  establishment, when CHOVS, STEAKS, etc., will be  served at the shortest notice  #$- Bread���������21b. loaf, 60 Cents. -*������fc  JACOB MILLER.  19th May, 1867. 5  CERTAIN MALICIOUS rJS������ww������?^ otfflH  ated reports to the effect that Mmo ua^      fpg  W  mo tX property ^������ "^S������MB  (nts, andto warn tbo public ������������^  mv  CH   wish by this menus  an v such statement.,  beiftK misled on tho subject. .   ��������� ml������ ^mm  I am at all times l^^^^^ect lo D������B|  any person desiring informa^tnp^ie8tlon, ������mm  perty,.which is, beyond-the remotest.q<* ^ ^^g  and enlirely my own;. "���������    -   * *!$������&'  14th May, 1807. . '-.     _____ ^^B'  ~~" F.V.LEE,'-      .      H|  Auctioneer, Colle.GtW  .    -   .        ..   ������������������ AND -*���������  ��������� ; W-^i  fifi-'  MI NINO    AGEN.T  Goods sold on Commissioa.   Orrice,  Sai-eshoom, Barkorville.-  m  L  W. Winnard,  ACKSMI  BARKERVILLE.  T  C. STBGXISS,  UHALER IN  msm  tTCfiy ETCi,.  S.ARKBB'yiL-fcR ftaggagsfragAfettfcg^^  TffiCIRIBOO SEMIIE  w:  l  s,  Dk'i  er.  ID  11  oil  .Bti  its  ill*  i  Ut  iff  ���������Ira  BA.  ��������� /   MONDAY, ,MAY .27, 18G7, ..'..:,  y~ ��������� - ���������   - ���������- ��������� , ... _   ��������� ���������- ���������.   .......,,  BbarsV���������Otie' day -last week while Messrs  Steel and Hammond were returning after art  -unsuccessful grouse shooting excursion on the  mountain.near the meadows, their attention  was attracted... by a peculiar noise 'in one of  the lofty spruce trees near tliem,: tthich  on  a-closer examination, was found to proceed  from an old black hear that was 'comfortably  perched on one of the Uinbs of the tree ^ having only shot guns with them, they did not  deem it safe to trust to these, for bagging  their game; so it was decided that one should  jjo to Camerontori, a distance, of- three miles,  for a rifle,wbtle the other undertook to watch  her bearship..   Very soon the messenger returned with a posse cbmitatis, fully armed  with re vol ve rs, riiies, &c., p r epared* fo r the  .'combat;:a bead:was drawn by an; -unerring  marksman, when down dropped tbe-irfaniraate  ���������form of po6r bruin'.; fi It was then discovered  y$hat there woref also;ihrce cubs;; vifi the same  :. tree which ��������� were soon dispat che& in the same  way as;������he oldruny y/The; carbasesywere y ail  y paokedy tb towti, but.so, lean was the condition of the atiinials that tbeit; ffesh could not  fififi%4 used as* food.   The; skins;^hpweyer,; were  8aved:o������ trophies,of the hunters" skill.  off was charged iii :'tfiS^VoTIc^  stealing.a table cover, the property of Pat  :. Kb^winlatRichfield, on Tuesday 23rd.   The  ^>roWcut6t deposed; that three or four, days  ���������agotheaccase.d came to him and wanted to  rent a house, and agreed to.pay $20 a month  yiev ihe same ; Se gave accused tbe key, but  . vufter looking at the hous������ he declined - taking  \tfi and Returned the key; he afterwards came  back and asked permission to sleep in'the  house, which h<3 granted. On Friday a party  wanted to see "the: house and in showing it  prosecutor ttii3sed the.cover of his table. ��������� He  then had'the'accused arrested, and on search  being made the'missmg-cover was found roll-  .-' 'fiO&Ji up in-his blankets ; he valued the cover at  ; $6.   The constable-stated that after he arrested the accused*.he admitted having the, .cover  'in his possessibiL'but said that he bad taken  it of! the table. because he could not use it  JUfifi: y :fpr bis business without doing so, and had  ��������� viiubsequeut ly used the article .to. sleep on ��������� at  * * ihe * HoiteLde Fraiice, Barkervtile.   M r. Hedin  , 'tjjjjtifi'ed tothe good character of the accused  - '-cvhd after a few Remarks by Mr. Robertson On  ��������� the -part of the .accused; tbe^ Magistrate dismissed-the charge as trivial, but'ordered the  ���������fi-fiproperty to be returned. - ?-���������������������������.  Narrow Escapk.������������������A man named W. Hill'  who is employed in hauling lumber between  jMeacham & Oo.'s saw mill aud Barkerville,  .-,   :bad a very.narrow escape from being killed,  'on Saturday last.    While driving down the  hill near the bridge across Stouts Gulch, the  1 fifi, liitaber which was not properly secured on  \X'-thedrayi shifted"to one side, and; overbalahc-  ;   ing, the dr4y turned it"fiover the bank ^ forth-:  ��������� nately as thewheel. of the vehicle turned 6ver  it was caught by a stump, which held fast  ��������� b oth dray and horse until they were extric ated  without any damage. The driver was; precipitated into the creek below, and although  be must have fallen a depth of ;40;feet,  atrange to say, lie sustained but little injury.  Douglas Digging3.���������From Mr, Smith, who  varri ved here (New Westmihs ter) on Monday j  fifififiwe learn that Perry & CoV}; who arey working  bench diggings, near the2^mile house, were  taking out $6 a day tothe ���������'������������������Wand-;''.forking  with sluices. The Italian company, adjoining, were making $2 a day. Ca.dwallader and  Wells !were taking out $1 5B and $2i with  ., rockers, Purchell, at the Hot Springs,, got  two cents to the pan in h is gardeny - A num-^  ber of Indians are working at these diggings.  ���������Examiner.  Professor Jlo9E9 hasihade everything 6om-  for table "'for bis hirsute friends at his old  stand, where he will be glad to see them. The  wonderous qualities of s his hair restorative  have only to be tried by those subject to  baldness, to bo appreciated. In the shape of  perfumery he has a well selected stock suited  for *ladi6s toilets.  NeV Road.-���������Wotiotice that Messrs. Mea-  chatii & Go. have a number of men engaged  in making a wagon road up the creek to connect their tail I with Ilichfteld. "When completed it will be a great accommodation to  miners and Others who have occasion to traverse the upper portion of the creek.  Grouse Creek Sall.���������The ball given by  Mr. and Mtfs. Kelly on Friday night, was weil,  attended, and many ladies and gentlemen  from this creek were present notwithstanding  the miserable condition of the road. The  ..dancing waa kept up with grbat spirit till a  late hour the following morning.  Sale of Claims,���������The administrator on the  estate of D. Whitford, deceased, sold by public auction on Saturday one half share in the  Raid Co., Conkiins Gulch* for $240. Three  quarters of a share in the same claim was also  eold by Sheriffs sale for $$70\  .  Victoria*Items.-~A ball was given by the  paptain and Officers of H, M. S. Sparrowhawk  previous to "the '. departure of that ship  for  England, which-was a grand affair.���������Mr. R.  E. Wilby has been appointed Postmaster for  Esquimau.���������Two men have been sent down  to Race Rocks light house to take, the place  of tbe present: keeper, .who is invalided.��������� A  rowing match came oif on the 11th between 1  married men and 4 bachelors ;' the boats started from the dredger in the harbor and were  to run toCuYtis' Poiut, near the. Gorge; the  benedicts had thebest of it by several lengths..  ���������The brethren belonging  to the different  Masonic lodges left for ^Nanaimo on the 14th  to be present at the dedication of a new lodge  at that place.���������A party of four sportmeri killed 91 troq-t at Prospect Lake in a day.���������Tenders are asked for the construction of a rubble  stpiie church at New .Westminster.���������The Dutch  -goveminent have ordered a number of spars  from B u rravds. Inlet whi ch nv ill be taken to  JaVa.---yictoritt,   TEsquimalti Nahainio; New  VV-esffiiinster: and Burrards Inlet are declared  to be pqrts of ehtry.&-Thbmas Wostgarth has  been  appointed   Inspector of weights and  ;^easnrea foKNew' AVestminster anil district;  Tliev; Viotoria ' cricketers y have dcoliried" the  challenge ;pf the New >.Westminster; club.--  Joha Holder^the^ inari who wasy^trieci: at :the  last; assizes for killing^' lias ��������� be^ r^a^ed : by;  order'^f the-Governs  arrived from Queen Charlotte/;Islaud with;  several Indian ^asbengera arid 500 gallons of  oil":Br*XtSi coal:���������'���������*company-j. ife'^ w.eathex ifiKm,  severe through tbe winter ; -9 men now remain to work tbe mine.-^-A man named Andrew Coy le was fined $100 or four months  in the chain gang for selling whiskey to an  Indian.���������Mr. Leigh Harnett; .agent for the  Pacific Coast Business. Directory/ arrived in  Victoria with several copies of the work  which has cost the publishers nearly $20,000.  ���������The United States government are about to  send a regiment of soldiers to their newly  acquired territory at Sitka to 'take possession  of it.���������A full sized lot on Store street was  sold by auction for $1050^.  Queen's Birthday.���������At an early hour on  the morning of the 24th, the welkiu rang with  the  booming  of   artillery,   awakening  the  drowsy denizens of the town to.a consciousness of the return of the 48th anniversary of  ���������Her Majesty-8 natal day;    Although we cannot boast of anything in the shape of ordnance  stillt our," village cannon," improvised for  the occasion, out of two blacksmith's anvils,  did excellent service, and made its echoes  resound through, our silent mountain recesses.  At noon a royal. salute of 21 guns was firedy  succeeded by a volley of Chinese fire cracky  ers, which continued at intervals throughout  the day.    During the day, the M flag that's  braved'a thousand years" floated gracefully  over many of the buildings in town, as did  also the national ensign of the United States,  which adorned the flag poles of not a few of  our citizens.   This display of loyalty was not  cbtriined. alone to the town, for we could dis*-  cern; the: banners of England:~;;]iii'4>:;A!a^r^i  floating over, the;tops of miners> cabins in the  neighboring gulches.   On the whole.although  no active demonstraUon was got up among us,  owing dpubtiess to the hardness of the times,  still our citizens celebrated the day in a very  loyal and rational manner..   Vy  : ExpRESS.7~The. Exj^re^s arrived; yesterday  afternoon; bringing^ an Express and Ea:stern  Mailbut no ' Victoria or New Westminster  papers.   It; will leave again oil Wednesday  morning.;'.';/' ��������� fi fifififi i ���������������������������fifi'-fi fi: ^���������fifi"fi-<fi:fi'-.i.fi fifi'.fififi  :���������fi-fi Hotel db Fbakoe.-  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  WILLIAMS   CREEK.  *,: Towards the latter end of the. week great  apprehensioias ywere entertained concerning  the safety of the bed rock drain, both in the  neighborhood of this town and Camerontou  in cohsequence of the high stage of the water  in the creek caused by the tall of several  heavy showers. A subscription' was got up  iu town to raise money to assist the in&ers  interested in the drain to construct adamat  the upper end of town, with'the view of turning the water to'the eastern side of Ihe creek,  tbe citizens responded liberally to the call  and the work is nearly completed^ and will  besides proving beneficial to the minets be of  great advantage to the householders" in town,  from the*increased security against damage  to property by an overflow,' at least until.  the fall. We c&nnbt say'so, much for the  lower portion of the drain, which: is in a  rather' critica.1 state^^ at present,;but we under^  staiid the "Gold a Cpmniissipner y bias ^ordered  claiimholders in the imrnediate vicihity;of.the  drain below Catneronton, either to look after  its security or iorfeit their clitimSf; We baye  but little mining>n#frs _. to .record ;this ��������� week,  that wil 1 excite the attentipii of ourv readers  at ya: distancei although every; step in the progress .of?a;claim;isy:viwediwitli;interest by  those residingyhere, aiid -."for'" that; reason we  are '.moire tninu te so inetimes in. bur p artipulars.;  Some little interest was" fblt dast yt'eeki byfi  the discovery of a channel 300 feet back in  'llie~hill * behind- the-old- Downie ..cl.aini. _ It  appears that a company called the West Britain co'y bottomed a shaft at 47 feet and got  a prospect of $2 50 to the pan, ahd are preparing to wash.  Bradley-Nicholson co'y and Taylor co'y are  hard at work ground sluicing.���������Deadwood  co'y expect to be taking out pay soon.���������Wide  West co'y are making about wages.���������Henrietta co'y havo started sinking a shaft in front  ground.���������Forward   co'y  are   setting  their  sluices, and will commence washing to-day.���������  McLaren co'y have, commenced hydrauiicing.  ���������The creek claims from the Wilson   co'y  down to Richiield, have aii begun to ground  sluice, and wilt not clean up for some time.  ���������The Bed Rock Flume co'y are busy blasting rock and laying their .flume, and will be  ready, it is expected, to ground sluice iu the  course "of another week or ten days.���������The  bench" or hill claiiUvS between Richfield and  the catiyon /will not be worked until sufficient  watercan be obtained from the Flume coy's  ditch/���������The Chipps co'Vj below the canyon,  have just bottomed their shaft, and will start  washing iiext week.���������El Dorado co'y (tunnel)  are still prospecting.--Baldhead  co'y have  been busy ^part of last week building their  darn,-but washed up enough to pay expenses.  ���������Drain coV are now within 30 or 40 feet of  the old Michael's shaft, which when :reached,  will partiaily tap the Sheep Skin co'y.���������Ili-  bernia co'y hashed up the dirt that was taken  out of theif Bhaft, and had 9* oz>���������Camp co?y  are sinking a new sbaft-^Cariboo co^y washed  up ou Wednesday 47 oz.���������rDatis co'y washed  up for week 1H0; bzi���������Boreaiisy co^y washed  fo r week-100 oz.^-Lillo oe t cb 'y a ro running a  drift to turn the b ed rb ck drain I  complished in six week3.���������Derham co'y are  siuking a new shaft and will bottom in tho  course of eight days.���������El Dorado co'y bov  tomed their shaft on Saturday and got fair  prospects, they will commence drifting and  washing-to-day.���������Emery co'y'started to work  on Friday.-^New'EI Dorado also started aink-  liig on Friday.' =....   /';.   ;���������.-���������'--/���������. i^fi" fifififi-~"  fifi   _     V     'COXKLlKg^GULCH^^;'-/"^^^'���������'".'  A great deal of work is being carried on iu  this gulch but no rich strikes have yet been'  made, although great confidence, is still felt.  in ultimate success. Ericcson. co'y washoj  out for last week GO oz.���������United co'y washed  up 124oz. on Wednesday and 131 oz. on Suu-  day, making 265 oz. for the week; a dividend  was declared of $300 to the share.���������Reid co'y  %vill start .pumping out their ..diggings to-day ;  it is'now supposed that a "portion of ihe 'United coy 'a lead runs through this claim.  'yfi   WALKER3' GULCU.'      fifi fifi:  Two companies are at work in this gulch  ground;sluicing, neither of them have washed  Upjekv'';..y;'      ���������".-:-���������;���������;.;  ..* ���������'. :-.    . ��������� A  .fififi fi fir.'-;''      i   JdCCUI^JUMS (SVXfiQlh -fifi  fi There are four companies numberiog in all  11 men at,Work here prospecting.  ���������. ..; **��������� t������^ .'������k .a*-*.. . ������ ..v fs  FATAL ACCIDENT.  the*  Is  vUlaat all ''times a very painful duty to rccorrt  occurrence^f an ucciJeutby which a huniau holirg  sudUeuly: deprived of existence ;= but it is still morv>  poignant, when it bQppsns to one who Is an In lima tn  Jtud esteemed friend.    Mr. William U MitqUV1!!, tho  subject of this notice> has been petvoaiUiy known to  ���������us tor tbe-^Jtst six..jwwr^'O'jirio^. his^qouutctlen v.*ItU  the press of,this colony'; Gn-t as^bna oT'Cu'o* pra^fr^  tore of the British Colonist, and more recently as p--rt  proprietor of-the Evening Ktpressnuti Telegraph, Victoria, "and in all our intercourse with him, webavn  ever found him to he frank, frpo and affable In his demeanor to every one, a kind and sociable companion,  and a very etiicfprising business man.   Tho uafortu^  uate accWcnt.which has cut him ofl in the full'vigor of  health nnd strength, is deeply regret tod by all.bis  friends.aud acquaintances. .' ;Atter closing up business  in Victoria this &pring,Mr; Mitchell bought a half sharo  in the Davis claim; on: this creek, and arrived hcrj  about a month ago, wiih the intention ofw������.n*king m  the claim,, and has been so employed for two we*.)k6  past.   About seven o'clock oh' Friday, evening last,  while he was being lowered down the shaft,.from soma  unaccountable cause, h������ was precipitated to tho bottom, and: received su'ch injuries us to terminate hiv  life that evening about twelve o'clock.    It.appoar.j  that after he had been lowered about twenty feci, bo  called to the brakesman to stop, which was instantly  done; andthe next .moment, the man heard* tbe dull  heavy sound.of his fall.   He must have fallen at least  thiriy-sis. feet, audit was evident that he went down  head first, from the severe contnsipns to be seen on hU-  head and face.   He was carried in an insensible state  to his cabin, nnd Tecei'ved: the.immediate aid of Drs.  Carrall and Bell, by whom he was examined, but tbey  eould.discover no. .fracture; cither of; the bones or tbo .  skull, ahd no'external Injuries further.than an abnt-  fcioa. of tbe skin - about the head and face." Deceased,  who was a very powerful young manywiithedyingrau.t  ugony at first, but griadually sunk from cxhausticn,ansi  expired without one moment's consciousness '.*  On Saturday,  the flags in-town ywere raised half  mast high, out of r^spedt for the deceased. ;������������������  Yesterday the remains of the. Jate Mr. Mitchell wore  conveyed to the graveyard at Camcronton, accompanied by. one of tbe; largest, processions we have y������i  seonon the creek.. In the absenc-3 of a clergyman,,  the English funeral service-was read by Mr. Kobert-.  son, Barrister,'and many were alfected at tlie touching  passages, which .'occur ���������'throughout that boauU.'ul  servico;.-''       ,'>'���������'���������  '..'������������������������������������'  :fi   'fififififi .fi COROX**^* IXQCEST.  On^Satiirday,.-Ibo 25th, an inquest waa >ioM by R.  This fine hotel will be  opened to-day by the proprietors, who have  spared no expense in making it one of the  best establishments oaithe Creek. fi'-'A a:  Last Saturday night Mr. H. C. Wilmott lost  a very valuable, horse throiighs infiamatiou of  the lungs, -fifi -./ .:,  GAUIBOO MARKET PRICES.  they Want: to - work.���������Never . Sweat coy. are  setting sluices and. getting rejidy ^to wash.^-r  Mpffatt co vy; are,y washing surface tailihgs.-^-  Califorma: co?y ^omhieno.ed washing oii" Fii^  day.���������Las ti Chance co'y will -coniine nee w ashing to-dav^Caiiierbn; :cp^yy ire making ex^  penses.^&rairie Flower co��������� y- haivihg; finished  their tunnel^ will co mmelice washing to-day.  They have run 300 feet in something loss than  three weeksylay working:.thrfee :eight -liour:  shifts."' ���������      ''Afi'fiA' : yfii ,' ";'-fi 'fifififi fi.fifififi 'fififififi.  airi^'out Of ffrbuhd  M. Ball.iEsq., on the body of W. h. Mitchell, who died  ���������  GWoftf rin-*v'-������iuk  irom the effects of injuries received by his falling down  the shaft of'the Davis Company, on tho 2������th inst. A  jury,.consisting of tho following gentlemen, was em.  panntdled, viz.; ; Mosfts. R. R. Monro,, Geo. Devoa,  John Miirphy, B. VanValkocburg, F.W. l.aumeister,J.  Weil, G.;Boardraan. J. S. Thompson, and A. Alhn.  A. Allan-was chosen toreman.. Tne following eviitrnci  wis then adduced.  Jas. Taylor^sworn-^T am btakesman at the DavU  shaft;; on the evening of the 24tb, about seven o'clock,  t lowered down* the men for the night shift, decease!  went oh the rope in the same mariner a3 the other men  did, audi lowered him down. When about twenty  I feet down, he called tome to il stop," ot u hold on."  are flooded by water.  . Since our last report, considerable additions have  been made to stocks of geueral merchandtzj. Ko  trains have yet got further than Van Winkle, but.  Chinamen are daily employed in packing over those  goods that aro most in demand. Unless a portion of  the trail in the vicinity of Jack-of-Glubs, is shovelled  out, animals wVll be unable to get in for two or throe  weeks. ' Many of our merchants, anxious to have, this  done, aro getting up a subscription for the purpose;  and we will no doubt havo trains in by the llrst ot*  June;   The first train .arrived last year on the third.  MfvsKrtf lhf������ nUima bplnw the Cameron cn'v  I stopped the brake at once, and then heard the sound  Most ot tne claims neipwme ^amerpa coy ofbim falling,   Tbero was nothing wrong with ta������  macbihery; He was the last man who went down, I  let the foreman; down immediately alter. Deeeaaod  has been working for thclast fortnight.  Alex. Jack, sworn���������1 am foreman of the Davis co*y.  I was'st'anding at the shaft on tho evening of the 24th  inst.; about seven o'clock. Saw ail tho men, svv->a  in 'number^ go down,    Deceased was let down aa  STOCTS    GULCtf,  Flour,  Bacon,  Ham,  Sugar,  . 36  Beans, . 00  Candles, {American,)  do    (English ,1  Butter, 00  Tea, 00  Coaee, (Fell's gr7d,) 00  do.   green, 00  Cheese, 00  Tobacco, 00  Rice, (Chinese) 00  Lard, 00  Dried Apples-, 00  Nails, (6's& S'ssc'rc)00  Yeast Powder, (scarce)  Gum Boots, 00  Beef, 00  Pork, fresh oo  Mutton, to  WHOLESALE.  $212 00 $ 100 Ifea  .   OOcts^lfc  ti  RETAIL.    '  $23 00 @ $26 00  $1 00 f* lb  $1 25   (t  45c t������i 50c  ;Wc(^40c .  J18 00 $ box  '22 00     "  1 75      $ ft  1 00 @ 1 50   -  1 25 $ lb  > 75        "  100       .'*  2 50 "  ���������x                   20       '"  ':* $7 50 ^ 10 & can.  11 62     % ft  11 . 40 ������ 50 CtS  ' $7 00 ^doz  $17 00 # $18 00 ^ pair.  1 30 Cts ^ lb  62 K  ������ S5������^       '������.  The water is plentiful in this gulch, and the  different companies are taking advahtagO of it  Floyd co'y having during the winter enlarged  and secured their tunnel raid laid therein a capacious fhtrae ha^pe Thau^ged to open their diggings, which were baflly caved, from the surface 5 they Will now be able to work their  ground advantageously, and will take out  some big pay in the course of the season.���������  Altnras cory, who havo a drain through the  whole length of their claim, are erecting a  wheel aftd hoisting gear, So as to work from  a shaft as well as an open tunnel; when they  get in thorough working order they will employ about #0 men f this claim will also pay  well.-���������������������������Taftvale coyy, after raising a shaft at  the upper end of the last named company's  tunnel, to a depth of 60ft, were drowned out  by a heavy stream of surface water.; they are  now endeavouring to find the shaft/by running a cut on the surface.���������Jenkins co?y  started washing from their new shaft;on  Thursday; this shaft is 300ft above the old  one, thus making the length of their drain  tunnel about 1500 feet���������Mucho Oro co'y have  been unable 60 fair to pump out their shaft;  it is their intentionto run a drain tunnel from  the last jimmed co'y so as to. connect their  ground and drain-it; the distance to run will  be fcbout 400ft. which it is thpught- can be ac-  ushal^ ba:vlng previously steadied himself in tbe rop.  he was down but a short distance, when I hear.1 hlux  say u stop.1" or u bold oh," I then beard him fall to  the bottom; as soon as 1 heard the fall, 1 went do?.*n  at once, and found him lying at tho huitom of tho  shaft insensible, I heard him exclaim, wliUc-1 waa  going down the shaft, that be was gone, or somcthing  to that effect. We carried him out ihrMigb tlie Hnr^--  alis tunnel. I was with him till be died, which waa  aboht twelve o'clock last uiglit. I cannot assign any  Civuscior his falling ont of the rope The rope was not  broken.  Dr. Carrall, sworn���������I was called last even log about  seven o'cldck to svo deceasetl ' 1 made au c-Xiraination,  but could find n-i Irarturo of the' skull, only a tnflini  wound on the i'oroher.d. I cami* to. the conclusion,  from the evmptonis. togetbor with the absence of any  fracture; -tHiat he was suft'erins from con cuss ion of th-i  brain,ca*used by a fall on the right side of ihe forehead.  Dr. Bell was also pr������sent: Deceased never fully r*i  lied from the ettecta of the fall. The concussion waa  sufficient to:produce death. ���������     .  The'jurv returned a vev<Uct that the deceased c������ni*  to his death oh the:24th iustant by accidentally railing  down the shaft of the Davis company, on WUliama  Creole. - '���������  PIED.���������At JJarkccvilla Williuus Creek, an i&*  24thinst, William I-ang Mitchell, of SL Mary������, La-  uada West aged S2 years. ���������      . ������ ���������,  ' At the Hospital, on the 26th inst., of ^g.ne p;>c orUx  or heart disease, John Chisholtn, a W^f*���������*^  aged 41'years. Friends axe notified that the fuiifl^l  will Uke place this anenioou.ai thr������������ o'clock av i,.., y*^'^T^&iixLlsiim^^^n-v^^^i^^w -"-' mxaxmsa  32K  fi^\.  ^OODMAN!S ANSWER TO ������ WOODMAN  ���������SPARE THAT TREE;" ' fifi  ' Yo u bid me " sp are th at tree,"   *  ; fifi'fi^QX:touch a single bow ;  . ;  ..'���������;���������'   But then, sir, don't you sec,  ;fifi.fi-I'm out of wood just now;  :; fifi-You say- "��������� your Father's hand"  fifi fifi .'Had ���������'���������' placed "it ori that spot j" ".  ,-'-. v B.iit now I'-own the land,  v* V   -Because I bought the 16t.       '  ���������fi ���������'.v.3 Tis beauti fiil, ��������� no doubt, fifififi,. : -But then it's in the way fi.-fifififi,���������fifififi'fi  . .An<l:I wilhhave it 6\\t, .:.        . fi  ...; Korbeauty does not. pay.  fififi fi-fi vlf I should let it stand,  A.AfiAfi-fi:fi  A fool I'd'surely he fiy fi.'fififi  ..For there's at;least a cord  . v ���������-:'���������'- Of lirewood in that tree.  SALMON INSTINCTS.  V  Theysalmon, when out.'of condition and  *int}t for-human food, goes dowu to tbe sea.  " Au<i;;what;does,; be do ��������� tharc ���������?-   Not a sing!e:  ��������� ; h um au bbin g knows ��������� wha t h e * d oes ; b u t wc  '' now, hov.*ever, that he' gocs do wn a poor  rablo-looking/lean thing,-but comes back  do know,  miser;  -���������.ours ���������,."wuiEA is ms; iooiv-ouc. .'.���������;������.������. oii.iy t^auw  ..that, lie���������.finds good .food id������������������; the .estuaries bf  :- -a-iFeriS.^and'a most'ennous thing it is in the  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.  BARKERVILLE.  AS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A CHOICE SE-  lection of. Drugs a.\d Patent Medicines, including the celebrated Golden Balsan% and Murphy's  Mixtures, for. tbo complete cure of Secondary Syphilis.  Also a grea t variety of. Sarsri par j 1 las, Hair" Brush es,  Tooth Brushes, Combs, Tooth Powders, Sponges; Fancy  Diaries for 1867, and Billiard Table articles. .  : P. S.���������Prescriptions carefully'compounded^.  ;1-S  IHE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW -PREPARED TO  . alford every accommodation to the travelling public, and hopes by a strict attention to business,^ to  merit a sharo of the patrunago bestowed on tho former  proprietors. This is one of the most comfortable aud  commodious Hotels oh the roarl, containing as it does  warm nnd well furnished bed rooms with good beds.  Tho TABLE is supplied with every delicacy it is possible lo procure in tho upper country. Tim BAR 13  stocked with tho best of Liquors, and tho choicest  Cigar=: fifi    *v  ��������� fi- : .-;  ;    J6ST MEALS,   $1 50   EACH. !���������$& ,  The'stabling for Horses is all that could bo desired,  and the charges are very moderate.    Hay for Horses   hi all its b  t^*r^^,-$2-'^bris*;iji.^'Swl<*y.^,v i-Uw cUeii^>":*y..isuii-k'.ii:,.,. ..p^i v-T*s  LONDON  HOUSE,  GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA.  WHOLESALE  ANI>  RETAIL.  J. Hi TURNER & CO.,  IMPOKTEFS OF  English & French Silks, Shawls, Dresses,.Underclothing, Gloves, aud every description of  ���������'. Draperv Goods.  Reccivc'regular supplies by Express via Panama and  by sailing vessels via Cape Horn.  i*g~ Particular attention given to all orders.  London Firm���������J. P. Tuxstall & Co. .   1-s  ESTABLISHED-1858.  ROADSIDE ADVERTISEMENTS.  STABLINOfor HORSES.  WILLIAM   McWHA,  LYTTON  CITY, B. C,  Begs to inform tbe public generally tbat he has  On bis premises for upwards of 200 Horses.  Hay and Oats for Sale cheap.  GOOD SADDLE HORSES FOR HrRE.  TERMS   MODERAT13. '        1-s  VICTORIA SEED ST  " Comer of Langley Alley and Yates St.  MESSRS. JAY & BALES  Have opened the above premises with a large  and well assorted Stook  ��������� Of  E  AND.FLOWER SEEDS.   The business of the late firm of Jay & Co., Port St.,  and Springfield Nursery, will be carried on by them  iu all its branches.  ps  rates.  ' Thc'undersigned lias a large $ii>u)tity of OAT HAY  .on baud, for sale in large or small.quantities.  Vs/.'1" .v ��������� JOHN PELLETTER, Propfrietor.  /ytiirned into: a lake. \In the'course of the same  ������������������-fi-fi--'-���������'- -.fi--fifii--^      ���������������������������^.transported, ifc was  /..home, a circuit  FOSTER,   OF   LILLOOET,  CHEMIST.  T^cs .'uuU^'.sHra,. -Evergreen ..an.d :J>c^iUun.u*i.  Shrubs, Bulbs and Flowering plants of every description. ���������   Lis  OUR   COFFEE.  BOSTON   BAR  Inter national  THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE is 'now open for. travellers. The Table is supplied as formerly with  the best the'market affords, and the Cooking canuot  be excelled. The Bar is stocked with tho finest Li-  qvoks and Ckjaks.   GOOD BEOS.  ��������� WILLIAM CHARTERS .  1-s Proprietor.  G. E. ROMBROT/  BOSTON BAR, B. G\,  Wholesale and Retail Mcrch&ht in   GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,  LIQUORS, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, &c.   Is  AS FOB. SALE, and constantly, on hand,  a.well assorted Stock of Drugs, all the Chemicals  used by Physicians,   Photographers,1 Assaycrs   and  Mechanics.   .Also tbo popular Patent Medicines, ahd  Druggists' sundries. -  Retorts, Crucibles, Mu01cs, Cupels, Ingot Moulds,  etc., etc      -fi-fifi ' -/fififi  PHKSCRIF'nbXS   FAITHFULLY PIlEPAREn.  mai  F. W. FOSTER,  Chemist  WE   ARE   FORWARDING.   A  ��������� Packed in Tins of from two to twenty-Ave pounds  each,  WILSON & MURRAY,  I-s ���������'--'. Fort street, Victoria.  30 mile ' tost,       -  BETWEEN YALE AND LYTTON, B. C.  THOS, WILSON & CO,  IMPORTERS OF ENGLISH MERCHADIZE  .     Wholesale and Retail:  ,;';veht tliem.vSuch is onevof many instances of  i.-.   >, .  .   x ....... .���������   i * *:x ������*"   .���������-...-���������- . -        *      ...   - - ���������       : ���������    i **    .   -* i . -     v -   - -   ��������� ��������� - -.  :. |,fifi fifi enb ti^h fi.fi-1 m\i ch wis! i -sorae o n c .r would su g-  '-. igest a 'better!.! One  reads, that.; the salmon  seeks fresh ��������� water to;'get rid *of those. parasitlc  .' .,;insects--:the sea lice of the fishermen.;   This,  : ��������� ;i a* m y b e lief, .is. a simp i e ac cl'deri t.: ; I a ttr i bit to  vfus journey fea much higher cause. The ul-  't imate 6bj ec t y.of the. salmon is yto got to the  :upper waters to I ay. their eggs:; for no salmon  : '--ever has, or :ever will breed in the sea, though  :iin. old act forbids pigs to be allowed to wan-  : ;<!er along the shore at certain seasons,because  they 'eat the salmon-.eggs. An impulsive in-  .*s tin c fe tea cb es th e sal mon th at, in order th at  . its you n g . shou 1 d h a to li tin d ��������� tli ri v e, the eggs  ���������must be deposited in gravel, and that shallow,  rapid, and cold water. must go over them.  . These conditions are to be found only in the  . upper tributaries of a river, and it seeks them  accordingly. The fish, haying performed its  ���������tasic o f building i ts nest, and 1 aying i ts eggs,  . a;eturns to the. sea to recruit, its strength.���������  Frank Bucklan'd..  B LU  1.27  rrHE UNDEDSIGNED' HATING- PURC HAS ED. THIS.  X desirable property, is now Prepared to'. accommodate- the travelling public. The table is supplied.with  the very beat of viands. The bedrooms and beds arc  -as comfortable as could be.desired, and the BAR contains-nothing but tho best brands of LIQUORS aiid  CIGARS.   -. ���������      ������������������-.    ;������������������ fififi.-:     :-:fififi:.;,;���������"���������  A good stock ofGrain and Hay alwavs on hand.  3rd May, 1S07.   ;. 3      ^ W. WRIGHT..  '������  Masonic Hall Government Street Victoria.    1-s  J,C. BEEDY,  COMMISSION &   FORWARDING  AGENT,  WILL  PAY  PARTICULAR   ATTENTION   TO ,SE-  tt   lectin^,-purchasing, or forwarding Goods for the  uppercouutry.   . ' -.. ..-  Any commission entrusted to his care, will receive  prompt, attention.  References :���������W. A. Mkacuam, E. A. Wadhams, T.  IL">nrER. J.J. Bramly.  . Victoria, April, IS67. . 1  rpRAVELLERS will find every accommodation at thU"  1 Hotel.   Excellent Cooking.   GOOD  BEDS.  fi-fi.-     -A: fi  STABLING KORHOaSESy fi  TIMOTHY HAY and OATS at" Lowest Rates.  BOOTHROYD   PRO'S,  1-s .\ Proprleters.  AS  MESSRS. CORNWALL'S:  T THIS. WELL KNOWN HOUSE, half-way between  Spencc's Bridge and Clinton, on tho Yale Route.  Travellers will find Good Accommodation. Thcbestof  living, of Liquors,* and of Wines : Prcsh Butter, Milk  and Vegetables.-.' Good Stabling and cheap feed.'    1-3'  YALE   ADVERTISEMENTS.  and i'orwa  YALE, B. C.  PARTIES SHIPPING GOODS BY THE YALE--LYT-  tox Route, are advised that  KIMBALL & GLADWIN  Havo erected an extensive Storehouse and Dock at  Yale, ami aro prepared to Receive, Store, and Forward  Goods.    Goods re-packed, and freights engaged at the  Lowest -Rate*.  Parties shipping goods through us will please mark-  to the care of  Is KIMBALL & GLADWIN.  <QWED to PRINTERS^-AFTERGOLDSfflTH  When inMess Printers stoop to credit,.' ��������� A  1   And&find too 1 ate ^that men won?t pay*��������� CT  : itvh at cb arm can .sooth e th e Serib .es who edit ?  ,   Ittatart can wash the debt away Ifi l  The.orily art'tfaoir case to betterfi ���������' '���������'���������  To/bnog thoimoney.-'wheii ;?tis-due,  T o gi ve. rep enta ri ee to th e deb to r,  And ring tlio pocket-���������is to sue.  J���������   S.  D E  Front Street, Yale, R. C,  i)EGS TO ANNOUNCE to the inhabitants of Carihoo  J that ho intends to forward (as soon as the state of  iho Roads will' permit), . a, large and well assorted  stock of Cooking Stoves,, which ho will dispose of at  Pricks-��������� to:.s������jt = the-Tains:-'1'������������������ -:':-- ;"- .-., vv'  Ya%Stb April,1867; :-.     fiyfi,   fi :'"������������������'    1  HOTEL DE FRANCE,  ��������� Government Street, Victoria, V. I.  THE RESTAURANT is supplied with all the  delicacies of the season, and the sleoping accomodation is replete with every comfort; The best of  Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  1-s J. BIGNE & CO., Proprietors.  A. W. PIPER,  CONFECTIONER,  Government Street, opposite the Theatre.  /"I AN DIES of every description manufactured and  \J sold, Wholesale and Retail. ������������������       1.3  -Free Port for Ever!  WE THE UNDERSIGNED TAKE pleasure in announcing lo our numerous customers and tho  public, that wc will supply them witb the best French  Lkathkr-Boots (duly free.) ever otrercd in B. C.  4S7������At our old Stand, Government St., Victoria, V I  1-s CHARITY & BUTLER."  Tlie  Bonaparte House,  S'EMLEN & PARKE, Proprietors, at tbo  Junction of the Carihoo and Big Bond Roads, U  now opeu for the accommodation of the public. Distance from Clinton, 26 miles; from SavanasSteamboat  Landing, .22 miles; from.Spence;s Bridge, 30 niile^ i  Travellers, wil I find prices and accommodations to suit .-[  the times. Give them a call. Stahling, Hay & Grain;  attentive hostler?. Stages leave here .regularly fef  Yale, and Cariboo \'1-h  .,; To sh o ^vr tlie y ir tu oof ad v er tia ing,. I ti s sat d  'ih: it a y o n ng in a n ad v erti sed I p r a wife, and  received 1800 answers from. liitsbands, saying  that he cotild have thei rs.   '    - ' fifi \ fi'..  '.. YICTOIIIA A D VERTISEMENTS/; -.fi-fi'  A'. FRANKEL; Victoria*,-V.:l.y Dealer in Ftras,'  JfiX m ; Skins j Hidkp, ��������� "W.oqi fi &o. Liberal advances mad c  on Furs consigned.; Reference���������G. Sutro & Go., Seih-  hart Bros, Victoria, Y.I.      '  ' ,: '.''-..'���������"���������'���������"���������' 1-s  y  NBMORWiRBIIG.  FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE!  PARTIES DESTROU3 of shipping freight WiTfi Dispatch, will-find it to their advantage by giving us  a call before engaging elsewhere.  fi". ALWAY & -BAILEY.  Yalo, April 8th, 1SC7. 1-s  H-  Sutt  ni'y  EALER IN Winks, Liquors and Cioars,, Coal Oil,  Coal Oil Lamps, &c.,  Yale.  AGENT FOR BUNSTER'S ALE  .      In Bbls. and half Bbls.    .  ApriUSth, 1867.  A. BULER > CO.'S  pHEAP Store:   LADIES' ahd GENT'S CAST OFF  .V Clothing bought and sold.   Secondhand Watches.  Guns,. Pistols, &c , for sale,  jgcg* Government street opposite the Theatre.   1-s  f\AILY and WEEKLY "BRITISH COLONIST  U and VICTORIA CHRONICLE.������ Orders for mailing either the Daily'or Weekly issues of the above to  any part of Europe, the United States, Canada. Australia, &c, loft at this office or sent to Victojia will be  attended to. .: Term's .in. advance. Wkeklv, 12mos.,  with Postage, $7 60 ; timos. do., $4 75. Daily, 12  urns do.,S23; 6moa do.-,'$12 50.  CASAMAYOTJ begs leave to state that he  , has removed his stock of Goods consisting of Gro-  1-s  37  "WATSON, -Watchmaker,: Jeweler  fi&fij ��������� ��������� and :Eng*'r aver^. Govern men t s tract, nex t  ';to. the Stp Nicholas' Hotel j Victoria. V.. I.-  .. "p7"WONGj-'.LEE &;,CO., .CoM.vJissm:-: Merchants, Im-  JLV portkrs, and.-Dealers-in Chinese Goods,' Victoria,  ,T.  I; i 'Yale,  Lillooet, .Quesnelmouth,   and Williams  '���������'Creek.' - A .,'���������..-.";: '.' ",  -1-s  'fi BBTfiBD & CO., In porters axd J)salerU is  \X* CIGARS, TOBACCO, ifeershaum Pipes, &6., S E.  ���������cor nor o f. Ya tes a nd Wharf streo t. Victoria. s  T? MALLANDALVE, COLLECTOR AND OEXERAL  yG. AGS NT, Govemm^ut Street, Victoria V. I.   1-s  BENJAMIN   DOUGLAS, Successor to Afi C.  WELLS, Saudi-k a^-p Harnkss Maker, Yale,  B. C.  i&S5: A complete assortment of Stock constantly .on  hand/. -'������������������ .-   1-s   -  VAN  rpHB UNDERSIGNED begs to inform the miners and  1 residents in & around ViinAViuklethathe will in future keep an assorted and GOOD STOCK ou hand, and  hopes by close attention to business, and by selling  at LOWER RATES than heretofore, to meet tho pa-;  tronago of all. ...''������������������ .'fifi'  Orders from out:laying creeks accompanied with the  CASH, will he forwarded with promptness and dispatch.  j0SSf Terms C A^H, wi thou t fl is tinc t ion,'  1-5 J. W.  LINDHARD.  TU13 OLD AND WELL KNOWN HOUSE has been re-  cently openod by the undersigned, who will make  it, his constant study by using every endeavour to accomodate the traveling public, to deserve a share of tbo  .patronage bestowed on the former occupants.  8&~ Tlie Bar contains nothing but tho very best of  LIQUORS and CIGARS.    Give him a call  1-S EDWARD    TROFATTER  111 MILE HOUSE.  AGE IS NOTHING!  BLOOD WILL TELL!  THIS HOTEL IS  LARGE AND  WELL PITTED DPS  for the comfort of travelers; the Tabic is supplied  with the best of everything that can be procure, anil  the cooking is hot inferior to any on the road; Bedrooms  for families; Stabling, Hav, Barley and Oats.  inr-Tho trail to Cedar and Horso-Fly Creeks leaves  tho Wagon Road at this place.  1-s   ��������� ,    .    Wm. HENDERSON.  sm  ������iy#i  L        mm  ������������������:   'Ih  122 MILE HOUSE,  LAKE LA HACHE.  F. WALTERS, formerly of the 94 liliLE House,  having purchased this Ranch, is now prepared  to accomodate the traveling public with GOOD MEALS  and BEDS at moderate rates. 1-s  COLONIAL  HOTEL,  SODA   CREEK.  ralU  Bill  IP  n  ���������  BH  ^^  CLEAL'S Cofpeb House antj Rrstaurakt,  Government Street,.Victoria,,V;' t This is the  cheapest, most comfortable, and best attended Establishment in the City  .The BAR is always supplied with  the choicest of  VVX5KS, Liquors and Cigaus. j-g  WILLIAM ZELNER,"'donlor in Dritgs, lino*  enma and Chemicals, Fancy and Toilet Articles,  bponges, Brushes, Perfumery, &c. Physicians' Prescriptions carefully compounded .and orders answered  with care and dispatch.   Victoria V. I. 1-s  TTENRY GREENBAUM, WHOLESALE LIQUOR  JU. Stork, Importer of Fine SIkkrschaum Pipes, Stems  Mouthpieces, Gignrs and Tobacco, Johnson street, Victoria, V. I. < ��������� ���������   '        j s  ORE AT. REDUCTION has been made in the charges  at this establishment, so as to .suit the tiiucjJ.  .     Meals, $1; .Beds, 75 Cents.  ������������������"McLEESB k SENAY,  Proprietors.  ���������       1-s  S OPEN FOR THE:, ACCOMMODATION' OF  THE  Travel ling publ i c; the b ed rooms a re spacious and  PL-  M  ���������  airy and the Beds cannot be surpassed for cleanliness :Wm  and comfort by any iu the lower country; the Table i* mm  always supplied with tho best of victuals. Stabling .mm  for, Horses; Hoy, Oats and Barley constantly on J*"**"'   ;- :���������-~ ; : : -*\ -r  J  '������  B^LTEFF, Commissiox MERniAN'T,  OA Hotel BuiHias, Wharf street Victoria, V. L  Royal  BOYD & HEATH, Proprietors,  THIS HOUSE is situated 26 miles from Quesnel mouth.  The proprietors having lately fitted up bedrooms  and good Beds arc now prepared to afford every acconi-  modation for Travellers; tho Table is furnished with ail  tho luxuries that can be procured; the Bar is well supplied with tho best brands of- Liquors and Segars; g������o������  s tab I i ng, Hay, Oil ts and Barley*   jjss- Tho CHEAPEN  i^Bs  H'Wtti oti the Road  1-s  hrs%ife

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