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 irkerv^e?''^'^^  f\a-M^W^ !^d?^M$M  a  GOLD GOMMISSIONER'S: COUR?  ;������������������;;; ^;������#i^i^o^p#  James A.Tays v������ Ja^s^S^n^^h^^as  case tfbfeifeiffe^^  ip interests tfae-ptttcfayBiIl Compaiyr6n  claimf^UiAter*  ; w-   >.ii������i<_u.Vj.  one ihterestin  Williams Creek  ^James^A.Tays'jSityornr  e^itfthe^utdh^ill:^;  of Sale fromi^&ien fe Ca^n^om ���������aini  elmfled^thev^gii:atu^esHf> both;;  to  I  himselfiide  i gave Gain;$3  ��������� weHSwaroaL:......v,. ... ���������,    .,._ _���������_,,.,_..,,,, ,  cense* I have since examined the Record  "Book* 'kdA^^ii^m&f^Sfl^'^^ 8?8*  in New Westminster:; ::the^last record of the  claimTOiahyg'Bnen #^y^ JunM865;  the^lairawas laid^oiver front that date b v the  Gold Commissioner until the Bed Rock Flume  By aefehdaiiP^i^Bailey?waa one of the  (arties'iwhb'^&co^  ou^O^Briert's ;Liice;nsi������  ^.u.m inwu > i ~. n  iwwi here in 1864 and ^worked the claim.  THedepcfeMet ffil*# tragqPfij*   .  ���������livingta? another-cottBtrj^nffcdtittitot-there*  fore holder represents,claim hero,-and that  .those,w.ho had.;repreaeated him hero tad no  Power of toteiieylto dotwO M II J    %;-\  The Judge remarked that it had-been prov->  *������d that O&ieaV T^T&VKI&^Mffif r^tthie -tirtci;  he made^the^transfer;jbf^fh% cla^i^to/pjaintiff;'  that; the claim having been laid''over until the  completion^  necessarily^conipel Bm^^^eSaicfhe^ej" Midi  ������eiecte&^nfl^  claim. Ordermade^for dTefeadajxetOf ay coats.'  Mr. WWtemfqrplaiaJiSr.^ . i_       |  ;,;���������'���������, /O; a ^X..J% rL^a^frMay&StlL - ]  Capt. Travalliot^^Bellqiz^rTi^i was as?  action for the ejectment!;o  half share in tntf SihifrieB Co., WiUiams creek^  alleged tohavebeen; jumped j evidence: ivw  brought^  from, 1st June tp;lst0ctober> 1865,; on the :ex^  press Conditioni ���������thai *U������������������ tunnel? should, be ^raa  ���������ice andwater. Several oilier witnesses proved  it^ra^claiii-  lOctdber laJsfc^^^^^  Ithe NewlZealand.Co. -had been_ working Jn������  jdustriously  and ^erseyeringly for the last  i'to^S^-^^  ; thVto thefeiiancTi'hadA  ltdtimeund had donenorworfctilllasfc^rintex?  hei wbiilcV therefore' order the^deferidanWto;  ^Stirlinfe.^^feaM^^as  brought to . recover; one-halff interest In the  Borealis; Oo'y* RoMfby^L.r)KtiLewis^to AefencV  ant with out authority.^^ :^  rv rM.s Hilton swdM^WasrfoTeban of Borealis  Ooblast seasoni; the claimlwas^laidrpyeriall  .,..,,ft.;E#:D;J^  ;i4/''--,CAMEiWim  i 'i*^'j 2 ;pe i-.mouth;, .abovd,, 400., volq m es^of ^ew -Worktf  ! bay e;hee^;cnly ilately^a^derl'.to thtf drouiatlng'TAbrary,;  "a^ad^jnpreiariespecte'd;^  ,subscribe.^ . ;;,,.-' , .'       t. w ,  V*: -     '/,���������;.,,,���������  ��������� .���������ft/r"-"' --        ���������   ".'JOHK-BOWHONi^Librarian:;:  , . .     ������y;  Lewisi j..j:l,ime^^thiatjjj^; Lew^/Jq^ni^jn^e  Borealis claim through-his brother^,; /I consid?  ered<Langleyi Lewis; as representative yof jt;  X:pwnjn the Mrorajindirectly ;i^angley,Eewis  owned in the Aurora; Langley Lewisitold me  he had sold' h������Jin1fe^s|^i.n|J>6t&; claims to a  Jew; this was tatelnSheseasohVheqaitvork';  ing th* claim^ Rafter- ttiat |)Andrew* Lewis? was  ���������nqfc'pn^tfie^ ^;;u4:i-"-u A'  '"John Polmerei. sw>orn���������Am foreman of the  Borealis Co-y ���������'; plaintiff, called;0n; me on i2,lst  in,st to.knowif hisshare was represente'd; I  refused to recognize him as a^par.tner^as I feit  satisded^that he did ,not own-in^thico^; Ai  ed dividends from Aurora; had half share be^j  tween thein in e^chicoly j > thinks A. Lewis left  aware  ^y|liL^  tfl he came^tip m&s^in^^^  ling ��������� as the,present o wner jyftithe^alftishape in  theSorealis coJy; with reference to the recbrdj  4f;^the BoreaUs co^yidf 28th^u^last^l^tbinb  afterIha'ti.dateT;["plaintiffdid not;repTesent'the  ^qi^^er?theClj8t^e.tofteri nor ^i^1wi|ipay  ftBBeBimenls"; jieMUa^ been^workiDg'ail  winter unmolested^ ^ti9.'ifinSiallariged.:':;'.. The  Court therefore gave judgement for defendant  ; -^ex.:(SneSdon ;^s. ^edclon TunneUCo^  Grouse Creek, pervR. Hutchinson; foreman^'  This was a Buit^callin^bn5dOfe'ndant8':]to'-'shbw  vcause whythey^ should :aot transfer one fulij  equal share ^ori ri teres t i n$& at^co?y; to. plaintiffs  Plaintiff admitted tbafc only' a' verbal promise  ^as giyen.Jby defendaritswhen they came into  .pe^e^qn$|. &&& ^ourid*i-h'a������%lien~igay.f"#ii3  struck; he (plaintiff) .sholil^Ka^e^a^stiaVet'l'b  memorandam" was ���������'maj'de\^. Jt^ii'..''th!er-.Biil of  Sate Defendants'dited the 22nd Section of  the Gold Fields Act,1865, as applicable to the  ! esse,; ?7hich^waa; sustainediby .the Co^rti and  the:>case dismissed''oxi^hif ground'of iio cause  of action. Plaintiff ordered 'to pay costs.���������  Mr. Park for plaintiff and tffcv Robertson ��������� for  . defendantB.  wNewZealand"jbk; ConklinsGulch. vs< The  ���������Hood. Tunnel Co.-^-This was an action calling  on defendants to show cause why they should  not be ejected from 400 feet of mining ground  claimed by plaintiffs. .-The; plaintiffs plea was  that they took up the ground in dispute on 20th  bept., 1365, and represented it till the laying  gy.et^srea9?h., and. duly Represented it again on  21st My in^t^,iittd;th4t:defendants during the  Jloae season (on Uth DecemHer lastr located  and went to work on said ground.   B. Owens  I took up thegroiiu^dh disputeand .staked it  ���������offm thelegal -way on, 19 th. September last,  elaimmg^op feet along,the New Zealand Co's  JS?-5i pS- W notices at both' ends of the  lPna nJ^w��������� represented;by ^he^^New Zea<  ������S ffl?^^ 22?i 0ctober,%hen the diggings  got filled up> with ^water-;, after that date we  aitnough the men"were-all" living 'on -the  wnrk .Pl Kmaay m3n W;������WigFOund as oouid  inVrli i rV0^enti0Ter ^^5,0.6.0 prospect-  Joi?VcK^im d^^i^' l**i three years,  tosph Shaw sworn^Am an ow^r in tho New  tha^^Devihewas co^  we had %o;man^law2iBuitf on hand at the tiine^  Witness;> w.aa^/e.;5wkfeoV if .he 'thought that the'  records made priorB to' ��������� thef 28thiiSnne, 1865,  ^reUrregalarprviilegaWiv^^s^^^  the previous records wereienough fbr^aU; pui^  poses; I don't know" tno ��������� ������bje^t of ������the:Becrfe-  itary in making the record or28tfr3uaW^ H&7<  eral parties are. holding- in'4rust for others "in;  the Borealis wcoJy."^ t   s   V* y?$ j  ; Mr. Dodd sworn-^-I know the Lewis broth-;  ersjj I Itadja;^ ci pnyersatio% 591% .Ai Ifewis jlast  fall; 'ho requested me to ip.urcHase'Hs claiikTin;  Kho AurpirU^andiBaid^ "if pi feer like buying  tellf tpAm^brother Lahg^ any bargain you^can;  rmakerwith hirn^ will; be. all ���������right;" he said he  was g;oing to^leave;the ^cpunteyjbr good; I  wafep,resenfA^eh'Stirlingipurdbased from L.  B/iLewis;^l%itriessed the Bill of rSalei; ;(shbwn  Bill:������f ^tantl; identified it).; know the money,  iwas^aidrBrtfiecMm; I lobkM������nIi.iBi;L^is  haviriga right to Ml from what A; Lewis told  me ipreviqnsiyi;; I did not tell ^Stirling about  A/Lowis'con veraation with, meab put selling;  claims in Borealis and Aurora ;were selling  last fall very sheap: Stirling and I were-partf  ners^iit different claims.   ^ ry L-:;_ ���������; ^ J }���������' \fy": ^ ��������� * '���������'  Mr. Strouss sworn-^I own.: in;; the~-Borealis  co'y; Ipurchased ahalf share in the4 Aiirora'  and Borealis co'y from L. B.j.Lewis,for .myself  and Stirling; rtdokaBillofSale* L. B: Lewis  applied to me to purchase, and fixed the price  at S760; I paid the money5 to him myself on  the 3d Oct., 1865;; know that L.Bi Lewis always' received dividends from i Aurora and  worked in that claim; fir. Dodd told me it was  safe to buy; first Bill of Sale was made out for  the Aurora only; another was made out for  the Aurora and Borealis and the first one torn  up; both L. B. Lewis anci Stirling suggested  this; a sale of an interest in . the Aurora we  considered among shareholders to include the  Borealis coJy also. ,  Mr. McCormick sworn���������A. Lewis authorized  his brother L.B1 Lewistd act for.him after he  left the creek; this authority extended to the  selling of. the claim ; I saw it .in a letter from  A. Lewis, which I read, telling him to sell oat  of the Aurora and Borealis>s,com panics ; this  letter was dated at Victoria in.the end,!pf Am-,  giist or Sept.; it is now destroyed.. * '; lj.  : Mr. Stirling sworn���������A. Lewis never .asked.  me to give up the claim; before. this suit; he  never spoke to me about it since he came up;  [fontlnuod on Thiri. V-*������?. 1     ���������-  "S w\ tl - 1. t? ...  1 \l fir        *  -  ������������������ i"' ��������� n-r"^'^'M;^"^"^ ^'"''"��������� '^i:i'"F:-i ���������������������������-jv.-;;? ������������������> ;.;-���������;.;.;;;  ,\;;V'.; ^/BANrp^XPR^ '^'���������^���������;:i^;^;;^  i^ncluflingicqst; of delivery,^ ?dyalJl^'iL'to'ttbe.;Carri?!^  v}������i^  ir &&r������  ^^^���������^M'-trSg^^jIgl^  ;?li,,j:; -; B&:K^i;;:;i;  ;J|;i;?:;p;|;||:^Ef|^;|^  M-tyi-ii?   ��������� ���������'"     ������������������������������������'��������� 1"' -'''-'  -ji*   -5 '- ^ ��������� ��������� '"    ' ^ ''-^i; -vi  :j.iffsi:t  ������.!'?_-  ^^^BPSTBRS2: ;& JS^SSS^TQOLS, j ''  - ,s ���������:.t'*.r- iv*;:i7 J ic? 'm iv-."-:,.,vi? -*^>j-  ;.'-..i-S'>-it l-W-r :T(C^ 5 :���������: i" ts - :--t .���������-;.., .^-> .v<,, ';?:������> ������2-f !?���������������������������:, i" ,;,'��������� ������������������<���������;:?: -,-^ [.���������,;-  iv,-- ; 20WDBB, FUSEr^&c-ir    ;r ,  S|3?ii>^y^>:;'/&-A^  'r,:;;:i;.:::i:;:,-Lr:;t  Pl?f^T!5P  '���������J-   ^.^U-'-  ;U- .  ;*fe^  m:^&imH  t.w *.'*���������*?������  Meals ready at all-honrfl;  '.-,>--.  --" -v^ r:.*-*.i- .���������  fiBAiBasi������' T'-,f;   ';���������," *"*-' ;i  * * 5 i'' j --/Storage-? aad Commission;^ ���������, ���������" i, ���������. .if";H  iAflar^snppl^;-fff Ijad^^ Goons en th* way.  'El-HiQ'iDiiaMN^Y  1 BAREERVILLB���������Av4oiaing;the -Express. Office.  WILLIAM  WINNARD,^  BAKKEBVILEE.  M.: J, BLACKMAN,  BAKKERVILLE.  BREWERS.  LEWIS  Boat. ���������i^;>S^Qei;';  &  er  JAMES   PURDIE,  BLlGESMITH,  RICHFIELD,  HENRY   SCHOOLING,  -.   v." v.-r-.-rVJtN VflNKLE,';.-;...^:;.;;;,.^,   ..  Dealer in all kinds of Provisions, Gio thing, *e-  .g^-Stablins'fer Hotwa;; Hay, J&tHt;*������*;������** ������H:  <jrt.T8'0H h'������ua."'i'.". ..: ..������������������'.;;';. *:  :������������������-���������' *.\i$? ;'���������:.- A;w '���������  /|t^|/iiM' ;^^q;f jp|pjTF^K;t^ .-;,;;^i;^r^"-;^v^;-i -;r,^"C  ;b:iiiTnUTn9..'^iSP^������t..':u . ���������-_-/ > ';.:;'".-   *i ran keiri      : '���������-  ilNV^pU^XSL^  '- '���������   -THE BANK- OF-1        :. "^,m  .���������^.���������ir*^'*"'ri%^4 '".JiBi���������.-* ','���������.���������:i :���������;: '-^^ ���������*.*?.���������--<������������������-  >:;������ d-^>-  i.,,���������:.->���������';:'/ii   Z-jj"-'}'>t,-i pi*:;  i.^'gjiei'T���������'"���������*������'  ������������������-���������'--i''-f-������'J-.:'"J;-���������:���������'  ^lattd'aad'Fravtoei4'3:*nkof{fra^n.'l.-,^^ ���������.  >���������������< ,.   ?-'-  ��������� Bills bfVOBJschange/aJrtijSi^\ib:������^^i^,���������';������  ^Interest 6h>Spe������al/pep6sitsvOf 3i&%y^3w^dat ti������  rate of a;ftuarter of ,oap4per^ c&at, per month.. ., -^, ���������...;.  '.'.i.iyiX'j-rf :-i  QU -tti.  witbia 24 hours in C^n or Bars. "     '',J*:'  -���������.*.'/  1 Oras of every description carefully Assayed...?.^--. -: .������������������  ? ;'N 'B^Afiy-instructions as'to.til8'disposal of tie pto- .  eaedapf^GbldvD.asviforwardeiito^  for Assay will be carefully attended to.' .'   * ;   ���������>,.  '-. frr*^7; ^,., , .       .���������; j. -;g.- SHEFBHED, Manager.    :  ;.-f ,,-.  BAR;NARD:^S  ri-'a^-C^  ���������^?ri:ii:,.cAi  -TO'"  Connectintriat - Lillooet ap.d Tale with PIEX2 ,������fe,;  :    NELS0N?S: for,2few Westminster ���������fc-yicto^ia,;^ -;  WIUii-AEBIVE ^^iDEPA&^m^o;^  Backerville,- to'connect with.the steamer."Enterprise" at-Qd*sn'ltouth;' and ttie;5TA6ES;at1}Spd*  Creek; EVEBY "WTE3SK-, conveying TaB/sua^LBTr' ..  tbrs and VAitUA������j������s for'ali parts of the worltl. -^Also,   -  Commisaions r-ojived'en^ fbrvvsrdedvhy Express for  the collection of NotestTBiJl9 and;.the. purchase, of arti*  cles to bie'obtAirfedfcat;New'-Wes^lnster,/Victoria������=. San  Franctsc^brearottte; 'and returns made with dispatch.  ..���������,���������;��������������� *:!)*: -yi <-!������������������-. JOHN'S..LOVELL,..;-,.,v  ;,. x-S'i, ' ���������, ���������:;������������������' -;��������� .?��������� ';-a i r'li " '>;��������� v.. Agent, .Barkferville.;  in^p^^ntvM  rs;f  ������:/- :.:/a-tV -v .ype undersigned is prepared to-'.*7   ���������������������������  ?  CLEAN BLACK SAND; BLOWINGS ^AOT>  .    .-V I-;v^---i'pAN]JnNGSr\';r-^;^^^  On Cornmission, or will' purchase; any quantity ������a ^������  .. ������������������;; o ..���������; i,- -";���������> Most Liberal .Tbrsis^ ��������� at the:;-.-���������;;��������� ��������������������������� ��������������������������� ���������:' ���������  Reading Hibom, Camerontop,.:'.;:;:.������:  .The Suhscri ber is well,, kno wn on ;WiUiau*s ������������������ Creek, a a A  frora-the confidenGO, reposea'"- in ".Sim last" Fall in the  above business, he hopes to receive the/ patronage <*  theiiMinlng'community;the ensuifig^ason..^^v^:  1-8  <-*iCiviI"Engiae*rr  I  ���������fiMffffiWnfrr.'rFw n. %&��� ���***';" jV**"*^**&:-? *.-V <fcr'.i" ��
Afrits for 'the **C^xbo^;Sentme^,
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Qa^namouih^.iMr^Goudle, Barnard'sExprcssOffice
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j-j^fe^;.::'^^'^.^.t;,'.: '���;? figif.;
usual article^aiJdr6ttoer/ittteresting .correspondence are held over to-our next issue.'
.>.y   y ���=.< ���"..���  .    ''.>*5^-*.*   ���'","f"(y*    ���,'*'��,,'!''   ��: '!Jf;'' i-t; ��' l-l-    i '..      -,"';,
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To the BDrft)ic:oE:xHBi::UCariboo :Sektinel,"
Sir,���Our interests- as -miners in Cariboo
, makes^us1 all endeavbkr tolearn;somethingfof
���    tie miningla^s" andpgulatidns'of thwOolony;
.:>--v-rtbi^��-- ���-���'������cJi;A^i- v^^tts�����^ Fraser; isitold
ttiatoihe
f;:i
TELEGRAPHIC.
���'./'���'
j (Special pispEiich tojthe Cariboo Sentinsl.)
:.;:C��cheJDfeek, May 25th���A personfrom the
^61tfflMb.flir;fl^
J :On-Moridayrthe2^^
large&frdat^ta
sbns^ere drowned : M. Miller,jBobt. McGee,
C.^GrKirbyr��F.Cl)eport/^Canada ; Wmi^Caldwell, N.3;; J. G. McKeill,i]S[.Bj Richard Harvey, Co'rrtwall England; Ed;1 Gilbert- Richard
may hold his .claim,; and)he*able, to;: possess
himselftof-tjiegoldinit. '.Firsthe must get
; lus'liSrise, J;hen get bis claimby staking it off
������'���-������.'���;:���;.���:���'���*'':��� v....---.
^recording
  _      f ^^on^Jhei
must comply with: the minor "requirements of
r  and1repor(lihg;it,tor pur(5M9ing;anO
'his blti ofcaale ;.tkq^.-aa #m&:$a��&st^>b1--he.-
txr ^p'.Qtr^vi '-rr^^^''1:
�����; -
1:Y;<.-A-.'r,:;:/'v'''.C
ithislie hathr^lly->thinks he. is safe,���tirin&s' lie
-V has^a-good, tifteto his;grovind^hich the Courts
1 :��� of the-Colony will respect^-and he thinks too,
-fhat'alPhte'has-done m the -way- of-getbng h-
r^Me,:3takingf..Tecprdjng��' repi:esentingt ^etc.
wise-acts,'essenUailypnecessary to perfect and
make good his title^^He Sas th<6refbre wil-
ground.     Thi^eing jhe xase, can you en-.
New York^Maycjeth.TT^teamer tlwra brings
Europeanr'advicesrto; May-56th; corsqIsvclpsed
oh;gaturda^at:86i^S7::for:'mo#yy;5^
The Bank of ^France has advanced the rate
of discduntto^e per^islii^-MM^-W-^b^-
^ed lo ^the:Die| wpirlike^propositions ;on.;her
'' p&lt'ftr demcces.r: .Austrian reply; tq^the las^Prussiiifr
In��teficonciliatory^:.hut objects' tb' disarmament finder
fpraeht'olrou'nM&ncek^
! uressed, forwatd.' ��� i^opulax. demonsfcratious had^ tajcen
;*%����� i.'-Dif'-i. ���-..'.;i'', f-v'ii " ���;���'... .C-i/.ii., -.-���/.miC.'.J.C';���;���.%���' -.v *..,". a', i. ���--.4.-J-
; plaCOLr' ���. J;-V ,*< " '5-   ^ '^- - ��� f1^-^ ;'���* 1 ^   ���-��� W.-Vf i.:;;^i.'^.L:,^ft-:V'.
Paris, Jlay 5th?-^Energetic remonstrances mado-rela-
tiv^to/iustraih armaments.; Austrian ^yetnmentre^
ported'- determined; -toL maintain 'strictly' defehces  of
. 1 rohtiers.f; France, accepted^explanation ; rresul^-mu^
tual'understanding.;^" ��� ":r'i"ltL..'.''..,:' / '?J.". \^���"'
"Hope^May23rd.��� A letter receive'd herOTrOm'Fort-
Shephard: dated the 6th;Mayj* states;that>,the country
around there Was stiltcoyered with snow..-^Provisions
were high 4' flour, 60 to 80-cents ; hacoh; ������$��:% ih, and
everything else Jm, proportlon^^^The; mines J^bout Fort,
Sheppard .promise well." .   /',*'*"   ���"'   n        ' '���
r , The steamer "49?, was plyingregularly het ween lit;
tie Dalles, 20 miles heldw tFort- Shepphard, - and Death
Rapids.. Her charges were; ,$20Qwper tM. fpr freigh^and
$25 for passage.  ,..      \vkf% ' :   -'      f&    ';;"'      -lu
::^lX^^'if^^ra^^u^^��frua^rs-Passed^Clintoh
on way up toOarihoo from commencement of the season to May 20th is 409 j Ohinameh, 517.   Passing down
from Cariboo, en route forBigiiend-200; ,J    .
;t,^'message rcceiyed tlife/morning^by Mr. .Barnard,,
from Capt.-Mouat;,states that*tHe steamer ^Marten"
Would he ready������.toleave^.the^rri^ldfvlii^8tage^w.ith-.
the mail on Saturdayf;26th inst.*^��; ^-v-^IV^ ���'��� A
V Cache^Ci^el^^^y'24th:^rhe-following^letter,has
been received from Capt. Mouat:    .   ,     ; *"; ''
ii*f! have thofpleasura of ���! ufOrmirig'you^that the steani*
e^'Martenf"iwlll make:her^flrst >triptbis daya^hoon;
commencing regular trips on Saturday next,,on the^re-
get infatuated with women and:" hurdy-gurdies !?^pld inen aa well as young, niarried and
&ingt��;tbtit��^^^
the worse when incomes late in life|??; 17.jP
".   Thankful for earlyi mercies",     "" ~/'\\ '"-
.���^T���,rr., y .,.���,. , . j~am- pro tempore, /   ^ ��� ���
o"   *  , ���:. >*- ^ '    .   '.;. i l : v ��� iFaterfamhjas.,   ���
^%^The:Gold GomnMssioner:>to
notice forbidding the erection of dams; acrojs
tiiechanneLofMcreekjiandrordei^
mbval^fth^e^
lv?i;;'0 ��� jj^-i-g^iT?.* ^.:; n-:^^'^ ,jf:'.:"r 7-r^hr ^r?;^: o'-*1'
^ ^isioiiSa^ C^i^tastoy
wa^assumirig" a .very threatenihgi apj^arance,
caused jSjj' tl^eff^cte -bf 'the t^in^jfe^heat
througn'fiieiday;jbii the siiow/'
;*^i*i
��� tU
m
CAMERONTOWN.
*
'�����
:^t>;;-w
NEW -ADYiERTISEMENTS.
'r\v:'i^":��i:o^.-';j,;v^.i':^
iSFP.-'j&Ei StliGB/ BETWEEk'LBiLTTE:TENT^ND 160
\/ Mile House]- one^oxVBop^^addressedrAii:3fc;Rpii-
" ebtson,HRlcbfleijfc- i^Any ^rsph-^Qdi^gUhe;l^m'e;'.an,<lk'-
leaving::it ��� with |anyrbr; Barnard's JEsprcss. ;Agents;will
be suitably rewarded.;. ;  'iy^^'^lji.^^V'^i' 'r ,.
..it.
:'-;5,*n;-
cl OiiiiETTE,
ACAiftD.
't.-.
jUA,:If^
RS.*/tJIiUNES? takes'great-'-'pleasure In returning her
���.���Isracere thasks ^6 the Miners,* ^Merchants and^ her
friends gen^rally^on^illiams Ci^eek^lorthe^rverylibV
eral patronake bestowed on the Miners' Ball,& Concert;
��'^
^HEVDOTERSIGOTD^AS��OI,ENEO.OTE 1B0YR
X   Botel and Restaurant, and is now prepariU
:to recti ve^Board&reby-thewe^
4^-A. first-class COOK has been engaged,    -
^.Partes wishing to Board out this season;.wUl flid'Jt
to ther advantage to give him a caii, as his hduse-Yor
cleanlfaeSB,;cattenti^
'cannotbe.oxcelleoV vk, - r,; >-.v ^.:. ��� -../;, ^ ?.*J^y .
? Pieji Coffee. Cbopa and^Steaks^ ^aii hours;
.^^yy**0^��^r Ilex;b. mcinnes, ?rop>r: 1
;-MMirfj^*i':iiiJjwiin,iiW
^Mttii^i|ii^
;'7V*t:-
-���vii
" BASEBRVlliLB,
;^aisAti^;AOT>
�����*= 1: v^-: "^��Y; ���'-^KIHDS OF^;::   '"'"'
,^.-c
1 A:?:c.
���T!y, *: ���;'?���"
Beirttrcall the attrition'of ;Mineri andothm
to- their full; assOTtmerit^f SUPERIOR-GOODS;
$�����:. -:n: swxw, wwchj-wlll'fomWaih- "> vr^1-
WI
]&r>ryiBi.i:or ^r^rm
ft
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.^ Cameron town,-26th May,1866.
,r~7%
ceipt of the>maU^:
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i-W.-Q^-MQUAT.'"
[No further Eastern'��news>, line down again.]
THE r24sH;I^i CAMERONTOFN.
'In^theHe'sthThig^andr^exciting
j:-
$usfclbe#uly gratifying to, ourr"ll^al mother" to know���and undoubtedly'sffe will Edow^
?ridKC~Eiraby Chanc^
fore that we knew how-to malw good our titles:
' by^5aw*;iow*Mi%s*hbw to'^do thejsame^hing;
bV'Chancery^and yoXOwiLb^a^enefactor to;
Hf the^latfcer'is-to pup^rsede tho^formeri. you
ought tp^m^aveur t^b^inlrxmi thet iJudge
in Ghans<eiyiiattinkffi^^his--ple8'fflnd regula^
tious, sb^thalrwe iwilFndt all^beS^^iable to go
Iasi?ay?r"i make theseMnquiries Solely.for^;in-
-jfbrmation^f ndhppe ih^Ml^^:sx%e little
^ffe^in^c^sing^a^investigatio^ will
^ffive us;the! light wei need ohrthe^subject^-^ ^
'iWilUM^i^eelcrB.:C :
*#"-M*Li-��','*>**i��'
t *^f.j.>.vir.r<,i��,-o .-<'
��<' i."-*"^*��t*��r
**V7��';^>;V w^*^1 *->.*
jE3Er;iWe J^gSCet tof-announce"fhat ouf court-
;; ^M:^4-.p.$iigingf^coir^rMr.<M. G. Phillipsj
:" 'Wh1$ffa3"'-jillecl:j;hat ojfice;for the fastvtwoyears
/\vithoredit tbnJnniself and to the entire;satisr
^^Sb^iipfitfre^
will le"ayc> in' the ^course of another week.^ His
Reason ^fbr^aking ^hisste^^is ^>?3nadequacey
;^ji-KSs^sala%;4nd^ ;
-lit !)8- iiifinte ni tion - tp^l eave; the colchy, Our best
.-���wishes"and those ofttie:wfo^
*::^Upw;hihiiwherever ho^directs .his footsteps.
: !jt is ia pity thai the Gbiyerhment dp not devote
iifcilittl^ more:#t$n&ph^
pebpierby endeavouring to retain ihe services
ofgbbd:oftlcers who thoroughly understand
-theirbusiness; instead-of-voting large-salaries
iorssjnecure^opces. ./;.        ;ii.-. v
'$& The Queen's birthday was Observed on
the creefc by an unusal display of banting* the
; &firjp^ ifif !guns; &c. ; In the evening sundry
aocial entertainments were indulged in; biit
-throughout the. day and night no disturbance
occured to mar. the wonted quiet of the 'com*
_ munity.;. ��� - .    . :.���   ' :���;:}" ��� i / ',
:; :7 &ccimiri.--On^nraday lafffc, while Mr. Jas.
v Ctiristie, t^oreman of the Camerbn Co/y, was in
' the act of breaking a boulder in the diggings
a piece of the rock flew off and struck his toe,
fracturing the bone so that a portion of it had
; to be extracted.. He will be incapable of
working for. spme time in. consequence.
j^* In' paesing down the creek^the other
day: we observed a notice on a claim to ��� this
effept: i {! Kotics���-Any person.. committing a
(*'constructive fraud " on this territory will be
prosecuted according to the utmost rigor of
Cbrjicerv law/-
-fully in ^e^^^^^w^^e^o^^omep^ of
Her empire-^he far^amed Cariboo; the.Stars
and~-Strrpesvwere^no lees prominent.^^We
thought'a%.&^^^ great
nations waving.,80. gracefully iogethero^erihe
heads of ayunited cpmmuni% that ^the^rayeri
of Burn'stwas^eing realized; ^WhehVman toman the warld o^erlshall ^rithers be an? a7 that.Vj
A royal salute ofi^^ig^swasfiredfronithe:
rocks of-^t&ej^Cameron-% claim,^wid^al.though]
neithe^^mstrohg^nof^
made^a v��ry ^nsider^le repolr^
!y^b^ Be^d^in^
lri^the bafekwobSsCof 'Canad&ald$oh5the "hee4
land hills^ o^bonnie.Scqtland! > ,        !
One gentlema^of undoubted loyalty, for
Spantfpf ^P^w11^��^ ^ett^^J^i^^ih^tfwn7redi
sblft~-andias the wmd would Tise and^falf fch'e
shirt, with its lleeves^liko/fcha sails of a Wind-;
rpHEv���0-PARTNERSHIP:hereto?oreiexisUJag between
A Mecsrs, J. B. CHANCELLIER: and^N.^JU^IO ;has
been dissolved to-day,liy mutual agreement, AMx.Cunid
remaihs sole proprietor of tbe Barkerville Brewery** ,
i^iUiamsCreek^ay^SrdiaSOtf.^ :,...- C.-��-lm ,
mmm
fivasf;--^
W?
"s
;i-' ���*.-;
^DEBT .j ^C0MiECTORS.'r
���ic^i--
\Lp��jU:.
^ r':'^*r> -; ryj
j -Bankrupt Affairs wound up and Balance Sheets pro-
p^f e<f;;" Mining Accounts' carefully ma'de'up;; * All k inds.
of Eo>ms and agreem^
'CTiptioh^ofXbuslness jwmptly^a^endedtom*^ i|Sim*
Z(��&XJftJi^
to^nake room tor a NEW STOCKi to;arriye^BO soon^tt
* >v��-��.rt< ^..-v- si.-the;Roads-are;ppen.cvt    j, ,  ,' ~v.
^^^^^iberalKalldwancevwill Mi madejo
Restaurant and Hotel Keepere#n(kthe 3^a^agenjra^ r
oti^a^^ordere^. -X0^
���ev'T'y'.^;]!? ^"r:'!:'?.'!-.
iV^AKEv'<0^..
;���;���.?,& :-Vy.: :rt ^.^-:
< *���-��� -jtE��bi*& PATERSON^ PROPRiETORsuK
Everything-iBidone la."connection wiihlhis^taWliV
mentTtogiveisatisfaction to;tb^"custonier8.L   ;  -���  -
-   ���-'' ��������� v^'^-y--������ 'i-'��� i��i^'-i-i-lii.^r.i.'*i-J.iJ'jf;v. "j <:i.;,';vv'^"c-i ���'
.i^JWrt-M^als. >at allil^ours..^ - J
���if'iVi/r"
;c .VAj.'c^?t^<r< iitj urs
t.tv.
S-EGrTOlNFORMiTHE'
J5 vdf ?SRHjam s Cr: ek^that ho. is; prepared j at the; short?
��es t ��noticeJ ^to" Temove goods\df .every ^description. 'With:
:care between-: the^tpwns; of Richfield,^ Barkeryille .and
;Camerontown, at reasonable rates., ,./;,. t
:^ Richfield,, May 21s^ 1.8.66. ^   '       '    "r*?^ 'I
���:&�����
i*t a-
mmwmwm:
���J-J*. ���-���:
15*:
BARKiERVI^^EV;'
 ��:,;
Wholesale an^Betailg;
it
u<
ed a thousand years, the battle and the breeze;?.';
All honor tbitho3i6nes*t miiielp aricf his flag;; i ���
In the evening we had a grand ball, which
was weirattendedi   As Blay a thinking in fcay
bedy that^pasures are
you'knbw the rest^now-and-agam'SoimdS" of
revelry would; 4jstra.pt my, thoughts, while the
stento.riaiinotes\sof a well known basso were
perfectly audible.: Mbw could a. man sleep ?
Impossible I ^JusUisten^to^^S'sl^in^of mu-
tsic,andifancyLy6?urse.lO.TO        sleep on such
a lullaby: ^First^diesfoByard^aSi^^^
jolly good fellow, which nobody can"���balance all,^"With a hip, hip, hip, hurrah!"
and " We" Won't"���^ join' hands and circle to
the left"���"til 1* daylight do th ap pear :? > while
now 'and' again a rhighly excited inaividua!
would break but with, '.'Hoist the up.the American fiag,crown me with the eagle, ���the next
line I could not catch, but the ;concluding line
invariably finisheel by drawing attention to
that little, vicious animal so fond of eggs and
blood sacking.:r On ]the whole~thei)all was- a
very lively and amusing one. j
t -A young man, who.Bename is,���well, it don't
matter," he was once in Eden���got hold ofi a
cow-bell during the evening and caused quite
an excitement;for a-little while.   Most people
supposed that the 24th bad something to do
with it,: and that the violent ringing was all to
honor Her Most Gracious Majesty:the Queen!
No doubt it was meant for some one's benefit;
for whom, all Caimerontownknew.    Perhaps
the public generally will enjoy thei joke. 'Well,
then, the old cow-bell was rung in honor of
another old belle';, but an old: saying-has.-just
struck me, speaking your mind " is an .extravagance, that has mined many, a man,"4**so
mum ? the word.   Strange, isn't it, how many !
^lieSteamer fcfcOEnterprise"
4 ** -vl V * -V3P3ST ioi^i sarjA jdBmaaci *,: ^ * "^'
i^MJ^AYi & THUESDA^ MORNINGS^' ;
f :-��:,jZ -i * f - AT DAVLIGHT;; ;-1: ���-";-."'
"'': A.A ^il^pieUye" 'ftUKBSBii.1 *; .< ;!;; :
WEDN^DAY & ^l^AT ]^
' - : '���"': :   "��� - "���* :AT 8 0>CLOGKr    -'-���.*"y  ' -;'i
|0osM>(^n'g*&fc8^��Ctffl^
- . Wednesday's trip Uqwh; and;Thuraday^ (
i< -J^z Freight to Queshel 14 cts; ^ lb. \: ���.- n "i
Steamer1 'Enterprise-1' :V;,,! ;-; -'��� a<������ v::vrl ij i'C:'}:���:*'-.v;- v-; .'A'��� ���
i-: ���' May 21st,'1866>/V;.:,�� ;';::</.:.��� i'.;^;��� 'r,^*. .2i-iXkj0-'>
���"���\"��rs'-,'!
o!6i
���if A*
. i %��>^J^p';;ppplNG;
;;i 7a; /^t !^'^^'i:iit.i:tpfe's4
*rt~i~.\ -
KK th itOVERS cOF; THE TERPISCH0REA5^AOT. are
-A.: invited tocaliandenjoy themselves,whenfwi?
welcome^wilLtic^ten^ed^^X^;v;^;''''''" '"" '" s	
"Williams Greek "Flume
iiii^
W O TIC E: ,t'6;";MiN.E:R8^: :
THE WILLIAMS CREEK BEB ROCK PLUMB AND
Ditch 'Company^ LtmrvD^ call the attention of Miners to (* The.Williams;Creek, JF1 um^ Orel inanee; 1866,'��
a copy of which can be seen .at their oince^nd here by
cauJon all persons;not,to.; trespass on any'ground'-ribr,
interfere wi th acy .rights and privileges thereihgranted
to the Company.' -���'���' ?:*:*���. ���:"������.���.,.. ,:;v"f '*'������;. ri ������," y----
v'  '-.���'���  ^i'.:..   ,���.'':: ,.4>:,^::,,E..A.;;wip'HAMS, ';.,;-.'���
:��������� ���-������.:'��� -��� ������< .-.:-'���'.":   ',: Sticretary.'   =
Rich field, 16 th' May, 1860. ' '' '"���"'   * 4-2w ��� ���
The, best bfl^xiesi'li^^
and Good Order observed;
MARTIN. Ji :QOQKi7rop'��.:
.... ��a-^   vVi7-. >B ARKERYILLE^ . >���.-:;.���:;. j- 1; ���
THIS HOUSE.HAS:BEEN, NEWLY PITTED^"^J
the Restaiirant principle with a yiewto the comfort
of the public; and will 'bo wm ducted-in, a manner \��
ensure the:satisfaction of tbosoj who jiire dispoaea w,
favor the proprietors wi th their patronage..    .    ^ ��� ���
i--1 Meals at1 aU Hours*;-j9op4-.Beds.^r.-';
?; .�����-''Tho Bsris furnished: wi th the: best selection ��
Liquors and Segars;;,;;-_ (..':.,;f.-;,.>.,-,. ir:..: i--'-?'.-/-."'-" -.v^il.
RICHFIELD:
GAMERONTOWN,   ' ^i-
C. FULTON::Proprietor.
There is no distillery kept in this establishment,
and strychnine and rot-gut find no place hero: ������' 2.
INFORMATION WANTED
S TO THE; PLACE OF RESIDENCE of Alexan*I>er>
Habvy McNabb, from Nerval, C. W., when'last
heard from was at Lillooet about to cross the mountains
East. Parties who can give information will please
communicate with John McNabb, Esq., Toronto, C. W.,
or Mr. J. H. Wright, Williams Creek. If the said A.
H. McNabb applies to Mr. Wright k�� yrjU hcur of some-
thing to"his a<��r��nr��g��, " htm
- i" "' ""���:': ^ MERpHAWTS AN�� DBAtEBfi W; - - ��� ,.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL:
RIOHPIELD, Wmiams^ek^O;
E HAVE ON HAND a large itock of JWj^
Hardware and Vegetables; ond-&r��
mined to sell them cheaper than any hthftJ
Williams Creek. Come and set aw* jn ' ��� "p �� *
Rk-hfltH, M'�� :"ttli; 180��.
stor*^
2*f��rronrfl,,|T��M' ^5Si)AY, v5tAYr28,: 1866.  "Jf .1  ;s������ ill  li  r  n  ftlllfc  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  ��������� :' \'I' :���������< r*..  C'���������^ C -". ..\ '?. r'i J *' >.K "~T  WILLIAMS OREEK.  Although we have'been daily dreading a  sudden rise in the ��������� creek for the past. two  weeks, there 4-is not any perceptible increase  to its waters yet.'.- We ^cannot" expect; to be  favoured with.this state,of things much longer.  From the mild state~of;the. weatherof late arid  the increased intensityhof.-the:sun's, raye^we  cad now feel unmistakable evidences of the  approach of sWmer7~. Tbe~;sn6w; banks~are  dissolving rapidly, aria'iif the "present weather  continues a few days longer,' even ifwedo not  have raia, a freshet. -ia''+ sure to be the iresult.  Every precaution bas'been taken however to  avert any danger to claims by the building/of  bulkheads and the clear ingi away, of .obstructions from the channel, but still strict watching will be required to: pre vent., ."any. .damage  being done to the Bed Rock T)rain;i .The mining season has commenced.this .year at,least  ten dayB earlier than- on.any previous year,  claims had to be represented on .tbe.21st inst.  instead of ^  in a workable condition are,now being, opened up with as great energy and zeal-as was  ever evinced during any former season. Every.  one is confident of success, and there is every  reason for believing that there willbeas much:  goldtaken ioiitjof.Cariboo this seaaon^as on]  any former one, ndtwithstahdihg;rthe. dimuni-  tion of the number of its inhabitants. [ There  may not betsuch rich claims but .the gold will  be more generally distributed' among 'miners,  and the .prosperity more^eitjeBrsiyely 'enjoyed  There are very few'idlemen to be seen around  which is: a;very healthy looking sign < of the  times...; In 6rder ib give a Correct report; of.  the various claims on the 'creek we took the  trouble to call on each-company, or its representative,* and give below.; the' result of our  enquiries. : ::A. great:many it will be seen are  only just starting and others i not yet ready,  but we truit'to be able soon to Announce the  fortunate success of all;::" ;*:::;^~i ~:;:;;;:;.":;  ; Ancient Briton co'y, 3 shares, and 3imen at  work; have been working ..all .winter and get-;  ting fair pay.r^Bradlcy-Tunnel co'y, 6 shares,  6 men at work; doing'well.���������^Simmes & Simmon's co.'s; these .two companies have been  working together all winteri running a: drain  tunnel to tap;their diggings; distance run'12 00  feet;, are now nearly ready to ��������� wasb^Snuth  .   & Co,, i. .6 shares, 6' men at work; starting a  i   tonnel-'-fbr back channeL���������Forwaftf Tunnel  co'y, 4 shares,- 4 men working, running in new  tunnel, are in 70 feet, will have to; go i 20 feet  farther before channel is reacted; old tunnel  paid well during last winter.���������Casket co'y, 3  shares* and 3 menatwork in shaft, get.good  prospects ; intend commencing a tnnnel from  ?reek.���������^McLaren Tunnel co*y, 7 shares, 7 men  at work; this tunnel is run en a level 1.2 feet  above,.the.surface of. creek; are working in  ground which pays good wages; did well during the winter. ��������� Happy-Go-Lucky co'y, 4  Shares, 4 men ati work, starting a timnel into  hill; will get in about 30 days hencei���������Well,  Mary Ann co'y, 4 shares, 4 men at work, drift  ;   'claim; tunnel 298 feet long ;" just-prospecting  and making small pay at present���������The Wilson, Brouse^ Dutch Bill, Steadraah, Six-toed  Pete and California companies are all at work  cutting a drain from the head of the Bed Rock  Flume to the Wilson- co.'s ground ;.tiiis drain  will be 20 feet in depth and will drain all these  .companies claims;; SO men are now at work,  ���������and it is expecte_d with the large quantity of  water they now have that the undertaking will    be completed" inXwe^k b'f^two,- ^Fois work  will be of great advantage to the.Flume co'y  / as well as the claim holders, who are doing it  all at their own expense.���������The Hyack c'o'yi��������� 4  shafesr^menatvvor k; are: busy at work ground  sluicing ^ground will pay well'; ihaVenot  washed up yet.���������The' Steite arid Gallaher co.s  Jje'waiting for the banks to thaw.-^-The Forest  Hill co'y, hill claira712 shares, ~f Booth foreman, are fixing up and preparing vto take advantage of the water when it commences to  flow through: the Flume co.'s ditch; ^Tontine  co y, hill claim, 4 shares, Hugh Guest foreman,  waiting for water.���������St. Patrick and San Francisco fcoa, hill claims,- waiting for water.���������Old  Cunningham co'y, tunnel, 7 shares, L. G. Tower  ioreman, 4 men at work; this claim mn in debt  through the winter but it is now paying off  ��������� ..expenses.';       -* W ������������������������ i   '������������������'       .-���������' .        '-f  Below the canon the first claim is  and Black Jack coJys ; these co^ys are united  and contain 10 shares; have commenced to  hydraulic- at the lower end of the Burns tun-  :Wj6 men,at work.-Consolidated co'y (part  ot tue old pixie co'yO^ shares, startingatun-  .���������....._,     r    Bagleycoy  (shaft), 2 sharesi;' are-putting in a wheel.���������The  Foster Campbell co'y are busy at work on  their surface* drain, and building a bulkhead  to keep off the, water of the creek.���������The Barker co'y,8 shares, 4 men at work, Mr. Shepherd foreman, fixing up flume and cleaning  'ml ditch * *������*'���������-J -*-*-*- ���������   -  intend sinking a  new shaft.-���������Bald-  head and Sheep^  tion of bed rock drain.^Aurbrac^'^  M. Hilton foreman*- working'���������' two shif������s"with"  li men ; has not paid so, well last week as on  the two previous *weeks.^Yakp up. Jake co/y,  6 shares; Wm. Phillips foremany-w6rkf2 shifts  with 8 raeri;:just "started.to wash last'Tuesday;  are going to sink their shaft: deeper to get at  creek ground.���������Watson co'y, 8 shares,..Geo..  Murdock foreman, work 2 shifts with, 13 men;  are making something over' expenses^Davis  co'y, 6 shares, Alex. Jack foreman, work 2  shifts with 19 men ; taking' out';good., pay;  have been "working- for last ��������� three. weeks.-^  Welsh co'y, 5 shares; Jonah Williams foreman;  at work-on bed rock drain.���������Australian.co^.y,  2 shares, 6! men at work"; working top gravel  and paying. small ��������� wages.-^Cariboo co'y, 14  shares, W.; Wright foreman ; 10 inen. at.work  on bed rock drain ^started pumping but lower  shaft on- Friday last.���������Camp' co'y (old Pocahontas co'y), 7 shares, 7 men at work"ground  sluicing off top dirt, which. is 9ft. deep ; will  make one ounce a day-to the hand when they  clean up.-T-Liljqoet cb'yj 4 "shares, 'John McLean foreman, i men atv.work.on;drain;; bed  rock drain tapped their .shaft on Friday; will  commence Washington Tuesdayinext; got  good prospect while-bringirigiup.'drain.���������Caledonia co'y,-7 shared,- John Perrin foreman,  work 2 shifts with 10 men: paying frbrii 10 to'  15oz. a day in upper strata.~rDram co'y .work  3 shifts of 5.men each; are running at tbieratei  of 10ft every 24 hdurs.^-Mbrning Star Tunnel  co'y, 3 shares, Julius.Hi Fery foreman,; work  6 -men^TUQclEgr-turinel^^hroug^.bei^rock^,  thinkthey^will get into channel by Tuesday  next���������Surprise ^unrielv.co'y,$ "shares, Sam  Walker fo reman," 4 men at work, they.; are in  nearly 200ft throughibeii rook; getting gravel  over head.���������Grizzley co?y, 3 shares, rD^Grier  foreman, 4 men at work; they are%inning to  tap bed; rock drairii^Yictbria co'y (part of old  Grizzley co'y) i & shares; 3 men, at work:; start?  ed last-Mondayfto prospect for-top: strata in  which; the ?. Gaiedonia are woBtirig.^rNeyer  Sweat co'y, 6.shares, 8 meri.at.work ;* making  expenses, are drifting back to the deep channel;  arid iriithe course, ofa week will take out pay;  ���������New York co'y, 3 shares, 4 men: at?work;f  drifting.-to.discover .paying sti'afca. as Tn .'Cale?  dbnia;-^Beauregard or Gerifederiate : co?yi: 7-i  shares, Geo ��������� iDoughiirty; foreman, 2 shifts, .12"  men at: work; paying on. an average ffrom 12  to lijoz. a day.--^eyada;Tunnel co'y, 7 shares  Wm. Kirkpatrick foreman, 2'"shifts, 4 'men at  work ^driving an incline from^.main tunnel up.  into.gravel.���������Bank Tunnel- co'yi 4 shares, J.  Hugo foreman, 2;toifti,.-i,me^va*';iW6rl6^ runr  ning iriciirie upi Into gravel, are washrng and  prospecting; this co'y and the jNTeyada cb'y  use the same main tunnel for funning out  their dirt���������Moffat co'y, 7 shares, Mr. Washr  burn foreman, 2 shifts,;9; men- at work ; paying over . wages.r-St Andrews ���������'Tunnel co'y,  9 shares, Joseph Kough-foreman,"' 2" men at  work : have run through slide rock over 208  feet; tney are getting' a; small prospect; this  ground is situated in tbe bill behind the Bank  of British Columbia on the west side- of-the  creek; if good pay is found.in this claim a  large extent of new diggingsi will be; opened  Up_Last Chance co'y, (incline), 6 shares, Jas  Allright foreman, 2 shifts, 6 men at work; are  running a drain, have not got into pay.���������Last  Chance co'y (shaft), 2 shifts, ,8 men at work y  paying about 20oz. a day.���������California" Tunnel  co'y, 14 shares, Wm. Hardy foreman, 2 shifts.  9 men at work; not paying so weU%:as last  week.���������Tinker^co'y,-2 shares, 6 men at work ;  fixing up Hume and.getting ready to wash.���������  Cameron co,y, 7 shares, Jas. Christie foreman,  2 shifts, 11 men at work; are making over  wages ; intend to wash with two dump boxes  sooner Forest Rose co'y,  15 shares, Henry  Calder foreman, 3 shifts iri front ground and  1.shift on tunnel, 15 men at work; tunnel in  700ft; it will be a week befpre they %et into  pay in frorit grourid.^Haby ;ob'y, 10 shares,  Chas. Malloy foreman; 2 shiffcsi 12. men at  work ; paying Wages ;, they are waiting for  pack trains to come in With machinery for  working their lower ground.���������Dead Broke  co'y, Thos. Hardy foreman, 2 shifts, 13 men at  work t paying over $100 to the share per week.  ���������Prairie Flower co'y, 12 shares, Robt. Scarr  foreman, 2 shifts, 22 men at work on tunnel  and shaft; shaft paying 2pz. a day to the hand;  the tunnel is in about .500 feet, will wash from  tunnel next week.���������Prince of Wales co'y, Wm  Tucker foreman, 8 shares, 8 men at work; repairing shaft and getting pumps .ready, will  be washing in the course of ariotlier week. The  claims below this derive no benefit from the  bed rock drain.���������Rankin;co'y, 4 shares, .Mr.  Mills foreman, 4 men at work fixing wheel and  -STOUTS GULCH.'i^^ZZZ^STii. nervhCmight:have been inclined to.take a dif-  * "Groat dnmafee has been sustained last weekly the ferent yiewof the matter, butit is not shown  FlojA Tunnel Co. through the cavingof. their diggings, that he ever had any interview with defendant  in.consGqueiice. of the sudden rise pi'the water'In the  gulch'; they, will now he obliged to ground sluice their  claim: Since the accident four interestsvhave changed  hands, a>$200Q'per interest; some of the members in  the Alturas co{y aro-tho. purchasers.^���������1(1 turas^Qo/yare,  ground sluicing the mouth of:their tunnel to got grade:  expect tbresumewasbing-in'ahoutio days ~The Floya  coTy have bought out the Pioneer co*y so as to have.a  right of way���������The High-IiOw-Jack co'y are doing well.  ���������The Jenkins co^ are making from $18 to ;$20 a'day  ���������The Emery co'y are doing as well'as the J^ukinscp'y..  r-rThe Union and Australian co'ys arc sinking.shafts.���������  The El DofaHo co'y will commence sinking to-day.���������It  is the Arm impression of those who are in the-'posltlori  6C; being able.to. judge, that big pay will be tak<n,out  of this gnlch from, one end of it to the other this season,  although it may bo late before all tho claims will get to  washing, ���������.'";.   ���������..-'"������������������-...'"���������:"���������'. '.  :���������;:>���������...: -������������������ : mcarthurs.gui^h; i;.;*;.:;,;.;;,..,  The Stobo co'y are washing the pay dirt drifted, out  last winter,.and making $15 a day to-the hand.���������The  Discovery co'y are making good wages.���������Sherman co'y  arc finding good prospects.^Tbcso., are the only companies at work on tbe gulch at present, ���������-...���������  '.::''������������������".'"        GROUSE ;CREEK-   -       ' *���������  The Sneddon or Discovery co^ are steady at. work and  taking out good pay; R. .Hutchinson foreman, 5 shares,  working 2 shifts, 10 men ; for. throe daysVwork they  took out last week 98 ounces, one piece, weighed $41.-^;  French co'y are making about an ounce a day to the  hand���������Short Bend co'y took out', $8 from bottom.pf  shaft last week.���������Great 'energyiis being.displayed .by  claimholders on this creek in runuing. tunnels and sinking shafts; with, bright hopes .'of.'success i' Every.thing  promises well for a satisfactory season on .this creek, ;  ii \. { ';..y:;.^ } -y ANTLER 'CREEK.' '��������������������������������������������� ;��������� ������������������ .^--- ��������� ��������� -��������� '  y About 25 men at. present oh this i creek.^;  TheEossco.'y started on Monday'lasti.with six  men.���������Tbe Last Chance co?y, fourmen, at work  drifting into .thei.h i] 1),w ith;i;e.veryrindication of  striking.a back:ichanriel.^Bed Bock'Flume  co-y doing^nothihg^Sho'wiabbut: 3 feet deep;.  ;'.'.',;.��������� ':.i;.:;'.Cunningham*cREEK.^:/:;r ;;i;;:"';.:'. ���������;*  :������ There are; about 20- men ion this creek, the  most of them5waiting tuntil the ditch-thaws,  out So that they can ge^wate^ ';;?;; V ;':;:;;:  ;���������; ���������;;; ���������/^;. ;-. * wolf: creek/. ���������.���������; ���������- '-���������' ?' i ir"%;' ��������� "ip  i Four men ares getting^^ ready to;, wash ia.the  banks.; ���������'' ���������-:���������.-' r_ :y"^^'\:,;;^:v--:v,^-' v^sc  ,������Z r_.;.;; sTEVENSi.c^EEk flume co^t ;. -^ hrr-.  Started .about:.two; weeiks. ago -,and-yyrill"' be  ready to wash this week:..:; .i...":���������'������'.. i"i.i./...^.   gearing.���������Bruce co'y, 4 shares, C. Hagaman  foreman, 4 men at work cleaning out^ tail race  preparatory to starting pumps.���������Elliott co'y,  Mr. Mills foreman, 4 men at work getting  ready to pump out.���������Adams co'y, 8 shares,  S. Mattiee foreman, 2 shifts,. 13 men at work ;  making over wages.���������Hart co'y, six shares,  Jas. Smith foreman, 1 shift, 6 men at work;  pumping out will start washing on Tuesday,  ���������The Artesian co'y are busy pumping out  "[Continued from First Page.] * ������������������>��������������������������� ...  Strouss bought forme,-I never enquired about  titles.    : ' 'i"'/ '   ���������_ .;;>"������������������";������������������J: 'v'::"'  T.A.iLewis sworn^-I supposed I was onelof  the briginai pre^mptbrs pf;ihe Borealis co'y*  j. Edwards came,to my honsy to get the.riumr.  ber of; my License and:wahted::me to take up  the grojund; :.l" authorized Edwards -to put my  name on the,recordsj-i was soleiowner in the  Borealis co'y;. before: I.Jeft "tlie creek last sea-  son-I^had* a conversatibn - with Dodds; I want  ed fo sell my own interest; I wrote my brother to sell out and go homei.to^;hjlfamiiy; I did  not authorize him to sell out the Borealis claim}  I told him fp sell out his. ihterest:.itt the Aurora; the Borealis co'y waa: not?known Svhen I  bought into the Aurora co'y; my brother told  me this spring that ho had sold "out,, but that  he did not know atthe time that the Borealis  co'y was mentioned in tbe Bill of Sale : the  half share in the Aurora was. in my brotner's  naine,and he had'the.whole control of it: .my  brother proposed to'-let.me have half his share  in the Aurora for. the same;price he paid for  it, which I accepted, but had no Bill of Sale;  I found out about a week ago, by looking at  the record, that the half interest in the Borealis was recorded in ray name;. I always supposed my name had been used in 'the original  record; I received dividends from the Aurora  when I-was here; my brother gave me half of  the money he .received as the proceeds of the  sale in the Aurora co'y, $375; had he told me  that he sold the Borealis interest I should not  have taken, the money; I took out my License  in 1864, in this district, 17th June, (No. 39le);  Devine took out my License,for.=-1865.: .  w: The Court here adjourned till to-morrow, In  order to afford plaintiff time to.produce his  License for'1864.;   ;  i; Saturday, 26th May.  A. Lewis vs. W. Stirling.-���������Plaintiff produced his License, dated 29th June, 1865, which  did not correspond with the one by which the  claim was recorded the day previous.     :  This closed the case���������Defendant's counsel  summed up by submitting that there had been  sufficient evidence adduced to show thatL. B.  Lewis had power to sell the claims^ and plaintiff had admitted that he shared in the proceeds j  he .therefore called for a non-suit. \     :  Plaintiff's counsel contended that it was not  necessary that a miner should have a License  when pre-empting, he might take up the ground  and get a License afterwards; the 17th section  of the Mining Act was quoted as governing  the case; the^ question was not whether a man  was a free miner at the time ground was taken  up but at the time a dispute occurred: this  was ruled by Chief Justice Begbie in the Chancery case Borealis co'y vs. Watson co'y.  The Judge said he did not feel quite satisfied with Lewis' evidence; there were many  strange circumstances connected with the case  which had a very disagreeable influence on  his mind.   If plaintiff had gone to Stirling and  at all. My impression is thatboth the Lewises  intended leaying tW country, and had1 it not,  been- for theVrecent. decision in the: Borealis.;  case defendant would;never* haVe; been iron-',  bled."''. The! plain tiff was nqt'a free miner when1;  the claim wastakeu up,; and, had no-rigbt-'to������  the ground. ^He was not usualiy?in :ffie haBifc*  of taking" advantage of the iapse of'afewdays*  in Miners'. Licehses, but in this case he should -\  do so, .and therefore dismissed the case and:  ordered plaintiff to piay iosts.' ��������� Mr/Robertsbn"~r  for plaintiff and -Mr;: .Walker;;for defendant; ; '  4 .: .,- '������������������'.': 'r-i'.' ...v .   ���������' ��������� T Friday,'25th May; ^;a';  Grouse Creek Bed Rock Fluin6 Co'y, per D. Camerduir.  foreman^vs; AntlrHeron Co'y, per Stewart Smith, fore^ I  man.���������This:suit was brought to'eject tne defendants ���������  from 600 teot ot;. mining ground,belonging to plaintiffs. .  Duncaii Cameron sworn���������Ara Agent for the'Grouse  Creek Bod:Rock: Flume Co������y;  tho Anti-Heron Co. ������b ".  ground is located on - the Flume Co. 'a ground; I ga vo ;:  them notice to leave but.they,refused.    ,.������������������,./      .  Cross-examined���������The .company,have".laid 1350 feet, of-"1  8ume; the flu'rhe'ls permanently and perfectly laid; wo  commenced to..work in August, 1864;' rwas;sent up as  foreman of ��������� the wbrk.      ..';���������   ���������; ���������.-..;.;-.-.- ���������:;':..,'. ������������������;...��������� ;.r-.t  It was contended hy the defendants that as the char >  ter required 600 feet of flume to be constructed the flr.; t'-\  year, and lSOO.tfce'^econd year, and as the Flurae.Co'y: ���������  have been ?at work for ��������� two * year3 - and have. only con-: r?  structed 1350 feet,.they,had forfeited their cba.rterJright8 '  and that the ground was liablo to be pro-emptied^ by .^  any ono.   The Judgo. ccntinuod. the case 'till ti& tu rday']  morning, In'order-to consider the termsr6f' the charter."���������;-;.  .   ' '"-'��������� '".V':-.?-'^;4': ':V.J-.''",';;;";i ;'SAturaay/26LliiMay,>:-"-  ' 'Grouso Crack -Plume Co. vsI-Anti Horon Co.���������Tho,de-7  fendants' counsel argued that the Flume Cory wer������J on .-  thesamo footing with respect to their rights as a miner.",''  If ttiey failed to comply with the requirements of .their  charter miuers^bad.a right.to.c.ome.ja:uhd<leprj.ve.the3j'- :..  of, it?  Plaintiffs "dp not. contend .that- they have oom-.v  plied ;with their lease, nor have theyr oven applied: for-; *  extension of .time to enable them 'to, dp so. '��������� Deienclanta  do not.claim'the.two anda half miles of the company's-  ground, but.oniy600"ft'et;'-if they -sought tbvoid tho- .  whole charter defendants would, have to gi\*e.30.day*a������������������-  notice-to the company.- .-.���������; ���������    ?   - f^-.. ���������[ . ���������)'. .-', .-.-   -y'  ^���������The plaintiffs "argued that. if thp*;ground.,iu ;.'disputo;. ;  was covered by their charter tbey*could not. be; depiriv-;  ed of their rights': without -the.'.necessary, not ice of 30^  daysibein'g given?" It w������^s for.the,Government to:void  'their charter if they, thought fit after th������ 30 day^idiice. '���������.  \  .The.Judge"'said'1^1 have;ex������i'miued the term's1 of."thoJ  charter and considered the whole case,1 and find that I*  lia've ho power'to; deprive - the .Flume Co'y.bt; any. parti*  of their ground.-without giving;them 30: days' notice.-  I am verv sbrryofor the miners,- but I can not getter it...  If I bVeprrve the.miof :.600 feci I should have to deprive-;  them of theAvholb:  There-i'sno'toneFliimeCoviu^tho-"  country that has.fulfilled the conditions, of their^char-  ter';" My"jowh' impression: respecting Flume Co'ys is,  that theyiareimor* prejudicial than beneficial to'the in?  terests of tho-cbantry;': "Judgment for plaintiffs,: each  pirty-to pay their own costs,   /Mr..Park^l'or, plaintiff*-,  Mr; Robertson fori defendants.:'   l.i. -...*-, ;' ".      '.*,  CARIBOO MRAJCETS;.\A������':-V- ^  The raarkeFprices^liavy'va^  Witt one ort,wb%exceptions since onr lastgen;-  eralrenort^floiirls now selling at $36;^100  Ibs^butterVSl^Sisugar,' 50cts; coffee, SI;  tea,r$125@ $175^ bacon, 50ct6|beans? 40cts;-  tobacco, $^ $3 @ ti ; candles. $1 ������.'SI125 ;  gum boots; $18 5 muttony 40 @ 45cts..; beef,;  30@^5ct3.:-l,A ���������-'���������'���������- ������������������--.-���������"���������vv^; -:: , .���������;-:'; ;'--:-V"  *: By tHe arrival of Messrs; Oppenheimer &>  Always trains at Van Winkle;ithere is a stock  of over 40,000 lbs of goods lying at that place,  which will be brought in here as soph as .the  roads are open. In' a few days a train belong-..  ing to Messrs. Oppenheimer &Co., which is  now at the Mouth" Quesnel, will be up. with  25,000 lbs more ; so that our market will be  pretty well stoeked . '" I     '��������� ���������     ���������'' )-���������-<  Messrs. Dole & Co. drove in 4 cattle and 43  sheep the other day, which Is all the stock, of  meat in the market at present. :'. ���������   Big Bend.���������A.  here within the las1  thmr dip'^insrs. will commence washing soon.       ,... ^  ������������������*.,*���������-������������������: ���������������������-^s "-,Tv^���������.���������; r\r  beinp; carricd"on this season.  numberiof men have'arrived  t few days from Big^ Bend  mines, who all unite in giving a very discouraging account, from that section of the country.  We are not without hope that these mines will  turn out good after the season is further advanced -and when the suow-ris;disappeared so  as to enable the miners to prospect with, some  degree of facility.; JWe can all recollect of  the great stampede from Cariboo in; 1862, and  1863, under similar circumstaniesi; but was  thatiany criterion by which to judge J.he richness ofithe diggings t We should think not.  A Hard Case.���������We understand that: the'  Davis co'y wero notified hy the Aurora co'y  on Tuesday last, that an application would be  made to the Judge of the Supreme Court at  Clinton, for an injunction to restrain them from  working certain ground in dispute. Only think  of compelling a company to travel ,250.. miles  at great expense" and inconvenience to oppose  an application to stop, them from working  their claim atthe very best part of the season.  Truly we are a community that are more to  be pitied than envied.  Ball.���������Mrs chines' Miners Ball and Concert  came off at Camerontown on tha; evening of  the 24th (QueenVbirthday,) and was well attended, the music was first class and the dancing was kept up to a late hour in the morning,  everything passed off pleasantly. r  MARBIED.���������On tho 27th January, I860, at Merc*  worth Church, Kent, Frederick Seymour Esq., Governor of British Columbia, to Florence Maria, second  daughter of Sir Francis J Stapleto.n, Bart.  DIED ���������In New Westminster, on the Hth instant,  Elizabeth, wife of Mr. F. B Hewlett. iW,-������*t  ew Westminster, *������ ���������.neina  mp^rtz. *iCd S3.  1  P  te  1  Is A������s ���������������������������:  ty'-  . ������������������t'i-t. 0\:...L  ���������*'?���������*    ���������     '  "rfiA-jp'i':-. "���������  :.-..'i- ������������������'��������� : .-*"'.  ���������I;  li"  ;������| ,  ^'i-yy-.y ,.,������������������'���������:':  ia'-- -  ���������  :^ \v.->-  7l'J*  ***< ' :  :i:.,;: "  !S^l,;|$0:-J:'';>;;K>':;i-^'i':-:  "' //.THE SAGAGITJ OF.;"THE' DOG. -   ���������';  !; ^eShenleM;^ John  . DarWentf of itbe, Salutation", Iim7 High Green,  ^ortley, has in his'possession1Vdog which 'is1  in the daily habit of manifesting intelligence  of a inore.useful 1$araciex; than that' 'of/.the;  V  fast yidung men wifo make the streets ring with  the senseless'howl; "Jolly;" dogs are/#e.", The  / < animal" is of ithe retrierer'bried; is exceedingly-  - weHkhown jntjiefdistrictj andis of great ser/  vice to itsimaster:^ On beingordered to take  ��������� a*stoqkorotber;^  and it a-remarkable what a weight he can re-  move���������frbmi'one room to; another, :fce. prompt*  Iy does so^never mistaking^  paribr^or the; parlor i for the kitchen or the  taproom.    In: the same way|4f told to fetch  gomeih'i^  than that: in'/which ther order-, is\ given;/he,1  promptly^obey^  !       clay pipe out of the ��������� frar/;liegoes to the;place  where -^ex'������re:ke^ mouth;  i    and. carries it without foeakii^ it. Inyad<lidbi]t  to/ rendering /this assistance/to'his'master in  , ���������'.: ' Ifiejhouse^&eijip^  sionally takes long journeystor articles/which".  Have been-left behind; and-he has never been  ";     kijowh;;'tb;jfa > * in/any/o|~these .expeditions^  / thoiSgli/^p^e;pf}^4em]li^  the' nigtitj%n������/undef considerable" difficulties;'  Eerihaps -themost/notaDle of?the animaFs;perT  /-v tbrmances; however^  ^^the/Westwoo^  |g7;/'//i; 7:7 /���������/ ���������; 7;///;;-:  distant  fetches all thermal! garyels^hfewspapers^ and  . such 'like1,; that may be sent there for -Mr. Dar-  . went, clearing/-the- hedges and fences on the  rob/ /dthout relinquishing or Lamaging its  charge. ,iWben sent to the station, the dog,- ii'  office door for admittancevand oh all occasions  it refuses to return'untiFsdmethmg is givemto-������  it.: v ery large sums of money have been of:  fere.d for the dog byrgentlemen who have been  Witnesses of the proofs of its intelligence; but  so nsefal-and faithful does.Mr.;Darwent-find it  that;heha������a^^  /���������A case came up. iri Justice "Harris''Court, at'  Downieyille,, a short,- im e ago,, in, .yhich the  aagacity of a bull-dog '.was: shown .to be but.  ''���������^^^^hor^bf^eason.'r-The^whb  yft Awbrnaniis either ^worth* a. go.odii dealer-  hotbing^ fif^oodJfori^othihg'She is^not worth  gettingjealous, for V if she is, a:tru$ woman she  will give no cause-for jealdusjv' -'^mari 1b/a  brute to b0 jealous of a good womanr^a fool  ���������fo^b#jealouB*of:a^^  double fool/t67 cat/his]^j^&t^6fr';^^^x3t.  themiJ, -  ' - ' ���������*.  ./���������VitUQ.  *k)fe"'^i'j  ���������i.i ;s/V'jiu;  'A butcher residing at Goodyears Bar owned  one*.of'the- ordinary breed pf-biili-ddgs/andin  plying rhis vocatidn;had occaszonr.torgo^tojljfi'fk-'  creek with;amuleHoad:of; m^atj/his dog, cbn:  trary to^his usual (custom^ followed hini/r^bile  atithe creek .the,dog;/ iwhion/had-b een; trained  ; td^ca^teshfeep/^d^ogs.icau        goafcbyjflie  tyFahd^held at until his; master ,caine Land took  him off.    Theiowners of the,goat,;seeing/the  attack,;hurried/:out with rgu4St to^ kill\the dog,  which his master;in: vain .tried* torpreventj/by  first'Offering.them all.;the money he had,' and  finding that-o&ho; avail, he offered hisrmbney,  meat* and mule for thedif&of tfeejlpg,^esides  payingibr ^e-goat, ;that,w;a3 but .'slightly ;iii-  jured^/fThey would; listen to ho thing,, however,  ahd^cpntihued: firings until they;had kijled ihe  dogv    Jhe butcher brought^ sujft tb-i^cjoyer  daniages^andiiiLithe progress^ offttie trialitold  the^fbllowingI stdry^to *shpwi why<Jae| was/ao  much-attached to.; the dogi 5 ���������He ;|aid thjat some  yeaTs/since^whilertravelling-oi the plains^he  'Toft^/hls ^dgHd^uard his^wagonrand went out  to huntf^he bdcame/lolg  tin til hd was Bdajcely ab le^to - stand- ^On 'the  li f" t^jda^be had/^iyen! upr all liopds of Rescue,  end ffipplaih down%> diel ���������? *- Sometime during:  'i'de.Say the jilbgi-^ahie to��������� him,��������������������������� 'hl^ing^tracked;  him^thrdugh-alF hisiii-wandering^; y -��������� ���������VVben tthe ���������  dog/reached, ^ithii heAWas so^vreafcas to be^  barely able to stand; arid he felt that without  3D!net|iing:td.^  his wagohV'' The^bfe^ap^eared- tO;come to the  came;iconclusiob/fbr,'after stayirig -With; him fa;  tihdvi /toe^liieMh^Tnis^i hahds^akd^n>ce/:he;  wtivrtedoff, caught a rabbit, aiid brought it.and  laid itjby his master, who, after eating some of  it. felt strength enbugh to attempt^to reach his  ci:Lip,/td which.Ms dog ledbinl   -"This it was  that made ��������� him value the dog so.bighly.; There  being, no/evidence introduced to/show tiiat the  dog was vworth .over $33, ��������� ��������� the ] Juistice assessed  tae damage at that'figure,: though to; all ap-  pearances he felt as though ;he would.haye  likedito;havd made it four^ times that amount.  We felt a little for the defendants because they  d i d no t ge fc justi ce; buti t do did not: be avoided, however, as the Court had no power to hang  either of them.  locksmith ,die4 on the 8th Marphlast,  invVMtechapel Woi^  cay.,,;/His age, as stated in theregistrari was  '���������lQs'-years,::^.;:/,./ /,;;/./ ;-V5://..^;/;/://vr;V/;  ,' "Thbt U.vivERSAii PaAortCB of /mixing Cblcory'aiid  other adulteratives with Coffee, has very much-damaged in' publloVestlmationi/ what bugnt -to^btf the!most  delicious;6r?Beverages^; /So effectually have the/public;  beeD. drugged with such mixtures/that-the, true; proper-  ties' ha v0' been Iosttsight'o^: ;and many ipreferaybhick  and' thick inf usion������i6" a drinlt rich in spiri t and, aroma.  general as is tlie/use of:Coflee, i^is/lUUQ known-thav  in ootid(jhsibjg" the vapbrei.Extracted; from��������� the .Ijerry, in  roasting, a -liquor is ^obtained; of; the most nauseous  taste^ and of a scentthe most unbearable.   Under such  ��������� circumstahces;;,it/is;/.������yfdently/*iniportant that all the  gases and fluids "extracted by1 roasting; should he,car-  'ried bir/as ftulckl^; as; possible; J in .order to prevent their  returning dgalh/td;the Coffee. ���������*which/ is, the case in the  confined cvlln'd'er.    This object' is 'admirably' accomplished, by "the new- aiid patent ''Conical Coffee Roaster"  as/used/by FELL'&' CO. j Victoria^ in which the:berry  is'direciiy exposed;to.t)ie radiated heat;- andthe vapor  extracted; carried; off Ihstan'tanebusly.'; In addition to  the'advantage /to be Merlved^by the rapid - removal of  the Steam containing tne jbbjectionable propertiea/ a the ���������  pure aroma of the Coffee is^ retained, the essential oil  ' beln^preseryed ^and' not .exhausted as; lh/; the,Cylinder  Roaster; where;the:doffe.e Is required' to remain' a much  longer .time in^cdiisequence of the'Stearhing ���������it^hder*  go'es-by:the confined steam. . it is;chemically Jmpossl-  rl?iovto/"re\;Kih:jt)i'6 ��������� quail ilea o^-&rra/^?cheMeteri pratloh;c>(.  Coffe e /when ground.: -.The .heat/ehgendered byrthe pro*2  cess of roastingj and especially: of grihdlijig, creates 'an  actional his the elementary' par ts which^gradually/destroys,:  1 ts fitness for drink.->��������� jBut^to retain^the essential*oil  Vhlch ip Con tains! We have if encased in tins containlng-  frbm l*lbntov28 ^bsi^'and'which: capotiei had, fromlhny  of ^tho i respe ctabie i dealers: 3/ /T\Te $an;<jpnnden Uy ^v  commend those whobave- hitherto been' obllged^lo/re-:  frala from talcing -Co������fe e * 'on" a ccoun t/bf Its/Ill' effects,'  |that they, may ;U3e, ourKCoffee,; roasted In the.Conioal  'Roaster,,being recommended by all medical men under  whose notice itrhas been, brought, aiid by^huuiereus  other testimonials in Its favor. ���������/      FEIX & Cj2>.^ m '  fc/ :v'^ ',;^ Cofifee.Kerchants,,Tates;st., "Victoria.  /iQOTSSELMdi^  >"���������  ,\'.>y\i   - Q0ESKELkODTH,-/f ,;/';_(/_;;rS  -���������'��������� ���������. ,������ .Py'.I/irJ.QHNSON,.P^oPEiBTofe.,,..,..Z^;  M^als at/all hbiirs; and^ Cooking ^v)tj^estt  ^"^r^descriptiOnU j?A ./;:. \:l*^ i  ������:>.c  "rfvr  /  tfwr   -^-^QUESNELaiOUTH^  Gobd'Beds ^Restaurant f BilliardrTable/ &C,  ' ���������>'?>r?r'^s'Stabling'ror������Hbrees^Hay:a^^ {  -i-:i ���������:.'������������������ lu'i.fir  ;/;;/r   ��������� GIROD"'tilGUIGHON^^Atta;  I-: V1    ��������� % ' pu> ��������� EsikBLlSH!������' teESEBiti* STORBJ t A i.f ���������lot,  PROMiONS; WHOLESMiE W-.pMW^.  iij:^ ^///sroN^ERCTAOT        /;������ ^:  ���������v./sWage������ &o.--Terms most Moderato;l  ii^'i *'//>//* /:LWE9KEUlOUTHp^.j/; Azvy&tf  Dealers ini^rovisions, /^i^orip>Tbbacco^&c.  ���������j..-?iif.-,.������'���������goodrdelectibn^6f ;l^qu������S'aiway^.oh:.band; Bim  GoVeB^MENT STREET, VICTORIA?  ���������-.;'..:���������  |   WHOLES AliE - A N D .��������� RET AIL.  ili'LJi.vi'l'i  ������y;::;  'k^-a  Engllsh & &ehch Silks;; Shawls^? bresses^Da.^  ��������� tterclotblng^^Glpvca^ilnd-"-every description T ofi* *  /London Firm-^JivF. To������STiLt.;&.jCp.7  ?./>,  :^-.,-i.(.;-Jjt,f ���������  &3  rjlj, -j_tf>..  ��������� OT-pBISIJED 1858; /  ELNER^ healer iiaxD  jemxoais,-1: i^pcyi a nd (Tqtle fe-Artici^.';  ��������� j-rP5rr^meryt;;,&c.,r.,iI������hysicians\pR./  pUonsTcarafuUy cbmpounu  h^care 'and dispatch. ^VicioilifViW.'H'J X*u-fl$Z#  scriptions  with  PATTRICKJS; iCORNER.  ���������,-: <  ...i.^C'SC  m6&$ /siS^/HOusESf &c>  ������������������.!..,.:).. ...���������ij-i-yy-f. t Y-....Y (i;-.s'--. J<:,-.^'.-.i.,>- ��������������������������������������������������������������� ���������;,.���������;���������  ?rHI3 HO'tJSE is situated 26 miles froroQuosnelmouthV  fX} The proprietors rhavihg: lately- ������tted; vup^bedrobms.*  and good'Beds: are now prepared to afford every accom-  ���������u  LILLOOET;i^^V^RTISBMENTSi;:  ;.-\-'i  rifsk tfi^RSIGOTD-are'riowimauntabtOT  X������dr aU'grades1: Extrftj Superfine and iEin&wFaed  Crushed to order. ?��������� "v-H^d :/.ix c>/"1--.r/.v ^ . >:- ..?-/!7-  ;OilLLGOET' KLOUR MILL CO.',  plied. _  Stabling, Hay, Oats^and, Barley. - *  Hou30on,-the Road  The OHEirasT  U..'���������fr.  ^���������^y  I';House. ;.Ttiere is Good*Meals; MJobd Beds', Stabling;  ffdr Horses 'j;r-Ba'rley;^ts/and: Hay; %  i\&.;$JOfi^^  i,oha^t,;Victoria01^'^':^"X;r "' li8V ;  BOOTSIa BOOTS!!.  I.SiiA.y SAMl,;Kp^;is;^it/your.^B'bjwVear'i^/ioriif  and keepyour feet so /dry���������?/:/ Because ���������! -purchase ;of-  Obarity and ButWri'Governmieat Straet;;yictdrta^  i TAT & alCO^^OTt.Straet;/VlctorJv /y./'I,- :'��������� Presh^  tjf/ Gardeni and Field Sseds ^ara^nte'edVr^ave'bn'haDd^  a ^nfruliy ������electekd'-stocUKbf the/ahoveyirbni tbe'beat = ���������.;  Europeumand American Markets^ ��������� The early orders of-  th-^ir frlendsjn British Columbia M%Mii\te\lf(4*,A-:Hb  tlcular:. Attention is'called to their large; stock Pt Grass/ '  ;eidvfer-/aiidu'Onid4^ See'ds1' 'qf^wy^^rlor^uaUty/i?-  Fruit Trees and BusKe8,f Ev'ergreena^SbrubsJ. Orcea.;  ihduse and,zGar5denjHlant8y'������ ^tandard/and Dwarf, Rfaei^  hf everytvarlety.rs Cataloguea^on application. J.C/' lig/:  M.'s  'wi. *>hi  :^R:  ;W/( Foster/ Agent.  lix^t&i  siS'r,- v''������*ai;  TVE ALER JIST jDR^XWPS^jfclkyrHING/ HATS^ANB  M ,Cap3,? Boot's' aiid Shoes/ Carpetings,-' Oil' Cloths/  Wall Paper.'^c;* Lillooet/B. '&������ -���������'-'^ Tf^i//������H tl-s/lr  ':.Or  #l������SbB^-MffiT2^Brb^ri^torV ?h"as * always- -on.  tJf' ha,hd; a -large and superior stock of La'^er, Beer;: at  the-Bar wiU'beVfouna/tho.1-^^  Segars;^ ^h.e^ubtlc^w'einvitod/ W/call^.Pre^i^bli'to. fill  all orders, promptly.     ,    ' )t. '   ,. >( ' >* *"*','. '/'^*9''.-  r^l-a-;  1#ule m DlP^KEEK aousf  TS' OPEN FOR TOE-rACCOMMODATION^OEJTHB.  X Travelling 'public; 'tbe bedrooms /are spacious; and;  airy and' the Beds cannot / be^surpassedj for cleanlihessi  and comfort:by any in.tho lb^er.country. 1 "tha.Table1 /is  always. suppH'e.d./with/'the/bes't/b  for Horses; Hay/Oats and^arley^cbastant^  <?j\'-"# v^  .T^ENMS^MUBBH^/Broprietori; r^Thia'House'  JU[cis Ibrhlshed. with every,;;cpnvenionCe.; for the; com-  faHTbf'Travellers;'thefCulinary department'Is^undcf  the'superihtehdence'or :&xi experienced cook;?the3eds  are cleasiand icomfortablet; i) the iBar ;cbntains the���������, best  of Liquors;^egars, &c. 7 Stabllng^ayi-JBarley.&'Oats'.'  BHODHIGKv G6li)and PBb������bc2aj^t^.&^/'  y?largeTstbCkqf:Hay-\0ats/Wheat andBarley^of.^^  ?b.est description always o,n band;, also/. Nana!rao. ^ogs  lisb, ^Blacksmith and'CanncT'Coal. / Orders 'sent to  {Hhioh/Wharf,i; Tidtoria,lV; 1/1'-will 'receive/: immediate  :atte;ntion."  'r'-' '-������������������*��������� ���������- \i" '   ^\ - "'r' ::i ?^^t.i/1^^  ip ENTIRE'S iPHbtogra^o>0aileiyf.G  /Mvvment;St,/Vlctorlay/y.j,,;pppb3ita Hotel de France/  VJewsotOaribod and Scehery/thrbughbut British;c6l.;  umbia; including viewVbf the route;to Blg3en'd,-always1  cOn>band-atBberaiiratLes^/f o]/'.h.*>;i:-iyi *,>ij';.:,;. vl-s���������t/  HEBBEN; <5ci iCABS'WEi.L; Jrnpdf ting - Book-u  /SELLERS;& STATIONERS, constantly supplied and;  receiving irom/best^sources;' School������Standard/:and Miscellaneous Books, and ;Staple>and'Fancy/Stationeryy In  ��������� allium. Br^j^es^^/Corrierj/rates/.ttnd /Lungley/str^,  Victoria,.Vancouver Island. -'*"./;      f '.! ������������������''-'   :wv l'-Stn ���������'  S-PBIiMAN/and'.McKENZIE/:^proprietors,  ^ This/House is,; well:fitted Tip ^with-Opod 5Beds:/atfd  the',B3r,4S;ljirni3hed;wlth/tihe;; be'st\Liquors;'' Meals' aire  servecl at all hours on vibe Restaurant -principle;'. 8tai  bling for Horses,-^Hbrse Feed, &cv <'1^'/' .'* yy^' l^s ri  '������a������������ii!MiiBiir������iiri^������������������������i'i������ti������nijmmjjM iii^i i ji.ju,���������jjiirrgumwsiBwwHM���������wmitfw*  Pion^r /^  ^HAJElI^SiiNi^  ���������^ - established House is ;well fitted fep)fbr the/comfort  of l^avellers p. thei'i, Table sis^ suppliediWith the; best/pf  eveiy thing;;tba?t/can be bad j and the! cooking is hot inferior i to^the/beat'hotel in.the tQwercountry ;"/Bfed robms  .(or^:Famiiles|VSlablihig:;fbr ^oriiesj''-H6rse:/Feed; '&&.  Thb 'Express stops here/> /'/V7v;B:::.i\- 'K'f:| ���������;;���������:��������� 3,:s^.  -     BLUE   TENT   RANGHi-   -  WM HENDEBSOIT begs to iafoTm hisifriends  v and1- the'travelling< public igeneraHyr that;,.ha .has  taken/the^abbye<Ranch; and ia prepared to supply,;������h'em  with-First/Class Accommodation. /'"Good Stabling for  horses; Hay; and Grain. ;/   " /       :    ' ->     '.1-s-  ' '��������� >:P ;^:WHEAR^TAiLbR,&; ObTnrrES^FortStreeij ��������� ������������������,  'i)Yictc#v^Ip)pposlte/Be* Hive Hbteljwhera'b*  is prepared to supply tfais;aumjerbus:pitr6h3 with ev������f  reqtiiEiteTor'Clothing suitable  year.--'-/./-: ":;--;/;-> :;&_-t,/^b  "/���������  : 7 ;._. ;���������'��������� ���������-,,.., ,i>s../  ^HOMAS -WILSON <fcGOM Importers, of EngV  ���������A.TUBh Merchandise,; wholesale and.: retail 'dealers 'la  Dry (^ooti^ &ci, rates Stri et. Tic tori *~ Vr. I;;-: On/ and  after;list June;next in^ ^Gbverarh'eht Sireet, opposite tiio  Bank of'British Columbia,/ ";>������..    .    ' ; V ������ ��������� ^    l'a^  HCTEIiDE FRANCE, Vibtoria,^i;v������  ;BioNEAxb PiesbeMAXoitTJ Proprietors/ 'TheRss/  taurantissuppliedwith all the delicaclesr/the-market  affords/5 In-tbe Bar will be found the choicest XjQubsii'.  Furnished(Robms} &c.,. /, ��������� -,    ?���������_.-- . j.g  HOUSE.;/  ,FM.MANS.QN;i.v. ��������� , ���������������������������'. / D.vA/iMcLEAN,;'S  -   /  ^^ f, "... Proprietor,1,,     , - .     .. .< Agent:  X/for the comfort'of..trayelers; thb' Table! is supplied  with the/bestfdf everything: that can: be procurd,v and  the'cookihgis not inferlor to any on'theroad;���������:Bedrobms  fbr/jfamilies;;.Stabling^-Hay,: Barie^ and Oats/ 7-,\V]t  :  /:PDRT;'D6lIGlJASi: ADVERTISEMENTS^:  fyt^CDONALD'S ?..iHQTEhf ������������i  ;M. MicpONALD, Proprietori  Miners and  others destined for the:BridgeUtiver Mines; will-  find every convenience and accommodation ..afforded;  them: "pood" Beds and a Table well supplied with all  the delicacies of the season. 1-9  S3 mile hoi3:se/;;;;  ���������/ AfLBERT-CRvSLER has; opened, the above House.for  -ici^herrecep.tioh of Travellers; the Table/is w^irkep^  and the. Liquors cannot, be surpassed ; the Beds Are���������  clean and comfortable.' '..Stabling'for Horses/ Hay and<  ���������Oats.-0 "''<   :-'��������� '>'lt->   u'--"  ���������   ':  .���������(.:.;-���������     7;-il-s1'-"���������  EU&ENE THOMASi Yates street,/Victoria,  .Wholesale and RetallBealerin WINES, BRANDIM  BEERS; and LIQUORS and depot of Havana Sagara.  Goods;forwarded to tbe^Mining Dhjtricts:^  /      sl>s'7  74 !^FRANKEIiVi Victoria^v V; I;V Dealer in Fcas,  -xi.'������ /Skins, Hideb, Wool, &c.. Liberal aavou'ebs'itnajii:  oh Furs consign ed. ��������� R^fer enc e-^G. Sutro^ Od/zSpor-  borg & Ruetf, Victoria, V. I; -''.-->. <. ��������� , ��������� -". l-g#*  f\! BAeiG-ALUPE/MERCHisT and Pacsieb, be-  XX ���������:. t ween Douglas and -Lillboet. / Always oh ha nd a  good stock of provisions^ &c. i- -'��������� 'l-2m':  m  L. SMITH & CO., Proprietors.. This. House /is  fsrell fitted up. for. .the accomtobdation of Travellers .to the Bridge River Mines. ' Good Beds, Stabling".  for'Horses, Horse Feed, ic'/ A'Stage runs twice a w*eek  between this house and PortDouglas on1 the arrival of  tho steamers from below and connects with the Lake  Boats fbr/Lillooet.:;. -,.,���������-. ���������-...     1<rS  JAMES- HURON,. Proprietor,' Tbls.bdmmodi-  'ous Hotel is well fitted up with every convenience  for the comfort of the public; the,- Bads1 are oil that a  weary traveller could desire; the Table is supplied with'  the. best pf, faTe; the Bar contains - the choicest brands  of Liquors and Segars; good Stabling, Horse Feed, Oats,  Barley,"&c7        ��������� iv - ,-���������������������������   ���������'' ���������::/;;:'  ;l.s.'  BS.HEIN, Milwxsb & Drxss Maker, Govern.  i ment Street, Victoria, V7I.7All kinds of Millinery  of the "latest stylb' kept constantly: ;bh;'hahd;. ^ 'Orde'ra  from the couhtry^punctually attended to;.; <;��������� ���������������  * ������.-3r*e-1  ^pETER;,iMc^xjAi^;;;sbipVc^  X���������-, dealer in Paints, Oils, and'Window Glass."-Alwayi  .oh hand���������a.:large stock of Rope and Canvass. Wharf  StrSet,^ Victoria^ X,rL ? j ? jY;-1-,,    -y),- e? ,-������������������,���������; l-8m..? ���������  Opium; Nut" Oil. Prbvisiohs, &a. Cormorant Street, W  'torfeV.;;!. ���������:/7,; ;;:// :,.',/(,';.,';.,.,, .. \\;^Vf^y  s  ?  NEW WESTMINSTER.  ADVERTISEMENTS  Coal, in: the : Falkland : IstANns.1���������A second  .very iipbrtant discovery of coal has been  * iiifi'deiiilite/^astirii. island of/that valuable  Britiish.posseeMoriy the Falkland"��������� Isle's;- The  ,.fj o a I -jb eems to be different to that fo un<L by Mr.  . iiliaaisey CoqkejB; N..ln.l863, being highly bit-  rt in In ou������,: and prouiises to : be i an excellent  feaiing coal for Reamers/  These discoveries  . .have very great importance in consideration  of the advantageous situation of these fine is-  I&od?: as a naval and coaling station for'steam-  ers to and from the Pacific.  ^&~\i you want good Coifee use Fell?d.  HICK'S   HOTEL, ���������  T YTTON SQUARE, New V^estminsteT,3.C.  Xj now occupied by .W.E. STEIN. The abovo fav.  orably known house is now open to the public; the Bar  is constantly supplied with the -choicest brands of  Liquors and Segars. ..- ���������,.:' ��������� ��������� s ; .  TQRENZQ-LEARTO, Proprie'tor. 'This house  XJ,: affords, every accommodation for the'comfort of  Travellers; the Table is furnished with all the,delicacies  of- the season, and the Bar is stocked with the choicest  of Ttfin.es,.:Brandies;.& Segars; good.stabling for horses;  Hay, Barley and Oats constantly on hand at low rates.  Newly milled Flour for sale cheap/       - ��������� '1-g  ^LAIiKSON & CO., Dealers in Books. .Stationeky,  ,j Music and.Musical Instruments, NEWS AGENTS,  &e , Columbia Sjjtreet, New Westmihster. / . s  The Bonaparte Housed  <?J^������LBH: &: PARKS, Proprietors; at tho  k) Junction of the Cariboo and Big. Bend' Roads, is  .now open, for ..the accommodation of the public. Bis-  tahce from Clinton, 26 miles; from Savan-is Steamboat  Landing, 22 miles; from Spence's Bridge, .30 miles.  Travellers will find prices and accommodations to suit  tho times. Give them, a call. Stabling, Iiay & Grain;  attentive hostlers. Stage leaves here twice a week ibr  Big Bend and yalej and once a week for Cariboo      1-s  O ON, & CO., Impbrtera/and-Dealers in 'ill  kinds of. Chinese Goods and Provisibna, Rice, Su������  pari Teas, &c.,: Cormorant Street, west of Government,  Victoria,.v.:I.. :    ,. -.;       ,-:; Caix.Kat,;Manager..  Ei/WATSOiN, Matchmaker, Jeweler  ��������� and Engraver. Tates'streot, above 'Gov.  errim en t street, 'Victoria-,- V. I.* ������������������������������������, ; ��������� 1*8..  WILSON ^"MURRAY, Gbocebb,��������� Paovwoj,  Wine & Spirit Merchants, Bakers & ConfectloneJ'B,  Fort Street, Victoria, V. I.   ���������:.   ��������� ��������� ; : .^/ ���������_!*���������������  LEWIS LEWIS,' Clothier, Yates Street, Victoria,  /opposite the Bank oi Britfsn North America.     1*8  MALLANDAlKEjCOLLECTOR &&BNERAL AGEST  , Goveraaient str<w*t, Victoria, Vaacourer Island.  MESSRS. CORNWALL'S.  GRELLEY & FITERRE, Importers & Whols  .s*le Dealers in Wines, Spirits and Liquors,  Victoria, V. I.'/ r - ��������� ��������� ������������������*%*  SFROAT/& CO., (late Anderson & Co/) iueoiim  and CoMJuaaiav Mbeobams. Store Qtfeet,'Victoria,  r.t ���������'���������        ���������.'/     "   ��������� ���������'   ������������������ :'���������'- -1*8 ���������  SUTRO & CO.* Importers anu  corner  CIGARS, TOBACCO, Meershaum Pipes, &������., 8_������-  pf vates and Wharf street', 'Victoria v     . ' 8.  HAGG-IN, Pbyszciaw & Sdegeon, near cor-  ~      Victoria, V. U  0 * ner of yates and Government.jSts.',  PIERCE & SEYMOUR, dflaleraJdi Bedpinc[*  jFcrpitdre, Broad Street, Victoria, V: I.    ��������� ,.>*s  best of  living, of Liquore, and of Wines     Fresh Butter, Milk  and Vegetables.   Scod Stabling and cheap feed.     X-s  pAIRS  \J   MCRCHA  '&' aRAitfCJNI* HARDWAEE&'CLOC������������T  ilnts, Wharf Street, Victoria, V.I...-������ :'**^t  HENDERSON and BURHA3Y,  Wkarf street, Ttenrfr, v. I.   ���������  MiwtcEAaTS, ^''^''Z������iJ^^;"J!-i:,''a^^^''''ffm''    mm . 't'WiT ���������"':'''1/ S/^ 3  '���������������������������    'Vf.7,V (".*��������� '���������-���������   '"''''���������������������������' ;��������� nfin1* 1'''  '^^,.--./;/7���������/g  _   ..   .���������jiiufi   WB^^m&M.  l^^ilg^^^T^ .jwj v-.  ^DA������f MAY ?28^18g6.;r ^ (f A i   .ti  .i**  GOLD CGmBSIONEiR,S COURT;  ������������������^f;  7  James A; Tays vs. James Strains���������This.was.  cease/ foi^he/^fi dsf^fepfe/frbm  one interest!in -tl|e..-;I3LatQti'-- Bill Company, on  Wiiiiamsi Creek;  Johhldain^..>_,_ _ 7. __ _ _ _..._..__ .....,....__._,  ray purchase/was muge^Tn fSjah lx������iicisco,. on  the 12th of January last;.on being shown Bills  of Sale frowrQ0tieii*p (^in^ai^femiCain;to  himself identified' itHe- signatures' ofr both ;/���������������  gave ^#^'^io'r;%^^  Well? awar^afevithe/tijhc that^B^en^ad^a License; I have/ since /examined /the Record  in New Westminster ^thfr^ast record of the-  Gold Commissioner until the Bed Rock Flume j  Zealand^o7wOi^edi^ntlJhe^claim^ lasfa year ^  claim^preseshted/^  the claim myself every day /working ;i it tabic!  two, men always to watchrthe wheel and these  werOifelieved^ when anythihg^wentvwirohg all1  hands^/were) called>;������alh 'toofc^itheir^^turn^at;  \ watching;������; <thefclaihii.wastfun workable .uu^eif  ground after;22nd?0ctdber/ i^:cOBsequencelof  icC ^d w^teh;. Severn ^ te  itKatitlie'fclaim liwasi'������ ^epresente^^l the ^Sist'  October la^mT^e/^  the/ NewZe^latitt Gp:^|l ad/ b een ��������� working "iii^j  du3triously  and* perseveringiy'.'.'for1 the las$  ���������teejeyeiirsSd?^  ;fcQ time^ndrhact dbno?uV> l wo rk jtillir last? winter;  he would'i therefore order^th^^defeidants^to  be ejected from^^^t^  Court.; iMrfRo^ertaon^rplainti  for defendants. ������������������ ^ I  ^^Bemsys;^y.StiHing.^Tn^^  Brought:to:/ recbvtevio^^alf interest -ia/thiQ"':  Borealis iC6^Sold"by/lj;'B^  antwithoutautffofity."0 ��������� -^    ^  !ffi^4>-������ u hht&wm i&^.M-i-tyik Jim PwM~y W  ^> ^������, >J < ��������� Subscription^ $X fper^week^fim������3 ���������'f;  W���������^ ;^^C'dehveryf) :;Ba.yiabievitC tbelOanier/  iriT ". /- ' "   I'/ ������������������'���������;��������� ' -' r+: '���������-   -������������������������������������'->' ^^.������������������-.v-|-  ,y ������������������ ^y-\ ';.-; :  :..-V5-; ���������/���������  ^M^^^lMteJ^^-:  1 / iel^;^?i#:7"'/'r ���������"/ -  '      ^MiAji^jAiP'siyniib  ���������nf- hti I  )  ,-��������� *���������-  ,v*:v.  Nicolas BaUe^ sworn���������Land GiSood"made  the ri-record of "the^^  Briea-fi. License [on the^sCJilh^, !iB65; O'Brien  {3Iying"inf anbffier country^ aM c&uldiio k/there,  fore hold or represent^ claim herei and that  those whQ :had represented^hinv here.had no  ��������� Powervof^ttomeyfoJd*%i# Vk? $?$   -' - > v  The Judge remarked that/it,had been prov?  ed that O'Brien wasVWeo^Mmer atthe^time  hemade ?the:iransfer>ote}tljet^laml^t^plaiutiflj  Borealis ^amffio^hlu^ ;-l oonstdj-  ored Langley :Lewis 1 as^iepresentativesoft it\  Jown in theAurora-ihdirectly;;- fiangleyijewii  owned iu thesAuror^j^angleyLewis^oM  he had sold* his interest in70dth claims to a  ! Je w; /this.: Ayas; latelh' itha season ;:he4uitvrp^lrj-  Jng^tbe/elaihi ,after/that^i;Aitdrew^ LewisiiiMis  hot bu the/creek al/this^ tiihei/ ^ h^iMi^ ^<t 3  j.3iiji     f CAMERONTOSiJ^^ WiliLI^to-OREEK^^   Ti  /pte^3^io^SUSGRI#I0^h^  > A f 5f per mpnth j.; aboye/;40O; yplam^s i pt? New. 1 Worbis  ;hava ���������been oalyi,lately. added, to, the Circulating Library,'  andjmore are. e*p^cted:daUyW:Parties, aru solicited tov  ���������: yi?'Ml--Xu Thr^y->? iy)   ^'Ar:-''"'':  ;^HAFK JSSTOJ>: OfcOT i BAjfesBRANCHB^"'"  ���������?if'i:iv>'-.n  ''-,U   >,j =>   :<'    .. .^^Kvztihm^rr *  n?i$ ry/y:r.!'iiii qus.tifc  yrriy..-.->i \'������yyll:.yQi:,-u--rh^ M>J ':  7?7|;||������t2  ;.'''::'  necessarily* compel-m'm/kirrema^  ihe?efore;he, wo uld 'order :;^;^f&ndant/t^4:  Mr. Walkem^rplain'tiffi;^  ���������y. A.��������� i������.viw: ������������������'������ii', ii*������������������  .. /^Ma^isthS]  Capt. Travalliqt^s^Beinaii^^Thi^  action fbr the^ ejectnient:of defendant from onej  half share in the SiDb1nWCb.;;Willia^  .alleged; to baye^beeai jumped ;;e^e^c^?wasi  ^broughif^o^how^that tire claim7 was laidrover  irpm 1st June to vlst October, 1865^ on the ex-j  press cpndifion��������� tfrata'tunnePsKiuld/boirun]  after that"date "jiplaintiff did hotirepresent ithei  ground*- afSenthellit Ocjbber, n^ ididilheifpayi  assessments .^.defendant had; been working all  winter unmolested:1 and ufichalianged. The;  Court therefore gave judgement for defendant;  satisfied that ,he./did not own^in/the ico?y ;J:^  L^wis 6w^d/aiqu^terlshareih^^|Curd  Borealis Co'y through.bisbrother^aiid receiv?  ed dividehdsiijom Aurora; iba4vhalf share bef  fcween them-in ^ach/co^y f ttiink A; Lewis left  .the creek Ja Septj/there weret dividends ^ffer  h^/liefi ftom/|t& Aurora? 00^' I^was? not'aware  thai: ^^^n������ wij^Kwrwfl^  ;Vi?-  ?*i:  ^/ml#tf||^g^ ;;;k...;;  i^:MM''������UJ  , -������trx-, ?jOT^** ^'^ ���������;���������:������������������;& ��������� -<-3  iis|ip:i|i^i^|^  Sn^^ ?T!^tn^San Francisco and, l^w'i.rdrk' p^.  ��������� Chased;'??H;';���������':���������'. -. ,7,|s^- 'Lf;' v*   ���������,���������*'���������."���������������������������,>?^ ;,,-..^V-v.-j,   f^T'  i/Goveram'eiit,iai]!othper Sscti'ritios^ecDl^d f&ffit  hiiii.j/i,?:  r7TIT:  .���������������������?.'r^.^*fl',^iSi.i-.  1 ili^&V^LIiil^MSaCREEfe  ^ /Alex, ^he^dojft ys.SheddoS f uhpel--|Cc&yfi  'Grouse Creek:", per S,/Hu^chinsb^'^oremari^i  This was a suiu Oaliing1 -bn "defendants to show!  of action  fett������ ������Wifwkw? ���������  '. ��������� 65i ^ applidWe to the  SS^?������^wi^i^:'^  on defend^/, tn'^     3 Was ^^"tion callinj?  claimed by���������pS"������^ll?F,iild  that thev took n^iiii'- The P'wntiffs plea was  Sept 1865  ���������nlI    ground'ifl 4 aputeon 20th  wist laying  close season  and wenf in w^wi^'*"^.^v������iuwcr iast; io<  3wora-i^f^^������^ ground. B. Owens  I toofeu^SS ^fM^;.Zejiland Go.;  off ia the S3 wa^?��������� ftt ^stake'd it  claiming 40ffeefaW iP v SeP,tomber la^.  Jiaes; rvgp������; JSSJK'ft?^ Zealand Co-'s  ground ���������}^R'-9--?e?-slt both ends of the  ground and kart* tA-Sf i " il.v^������ ������a the  we keDt������.Tm!   7 t0 -WQ* when called on ���������  over season ������������3^fi*"--1**-0-" -"-wu ^ie ^ying  ^S&S^?^?39W. ^ again 0S  dose eSouCf^^^Waring.^  and w������n t ?������ i^Mft^p??*er last) located  that Elejrme;w^ c^nfhs^i wh^n hefmade iWas  we had so=many law- splits ion h&nd at the time;  Witness was here^aske7i^ifrhe:thou^l^'thaitHe  records made^ripr, to the/28&"Juu^,1o*d^,  were:irreguIar;or/illegal? ��������� Anawefer. think  the preyious ��������� reicoric&^werei;though/foriklifi pu>?  posesi j.;!/donJt know theVobject of i-the'Secreri  taryin making the record of <28th Juney'sev-  eral parties arg holing in/lrust for othars in  the Borealis co'y./-- ^.;:..:...;/;fr;'/:: ./  ,/f; Mr������ Ppdd^B^pru-r^I knpw.iherLewi^rpth-,  eri^I bad; jft^coiUv&saiion^ \vftfr ^ Lfe Wis-Jlast:  fall; .he,requested.me'vto purchase^fiis claim in;���������  the,Aurora, and-said^if jjoufeeiiHkOvbuying;!  talkHcf my^'bro t|^;X^ ng, Jiny fiirgalh^yon can'  make with'ihim wiilrb'e ;all ri|ht p? he said he  wasigoing to/Jeave/ithe^/count^fbr good j I  ,im-preseatiwhenSvirling:^urc^  & Lewis| ilVitossed^he;Biir of Sale';'(shown  BiU of Sale and *i^  ^wasipaid ^thfejeiaimi; jjlbi ok|d iouK$i3tewis  having'a right .to ''^j^rp^-^H^^X'^if1 ^^  me previously;/ -T dicT'not' teir StSrimg about  A. Lewis' conversation with m^^fttf4gelling;  claims in -Borealis, and, Aurora/ iw.ere/selling  last fallryery cheap; Stirling;.and jE-were part-  nerS'iri different-claims/   ���������:--ir^^J.liy\  Mr, StrbussSworn^I/bwiitiri iflie^Borealis  co'y: I purchased a half share in the Anrora  and borealis co'jr from L. B.Xewis 'for^myself  and Stirling; I took aBill of Sale; L. B.Lewis  applied to me to purchase,'arid*fixed, the jprice  at $750';. I paid .the 'inbhey to : hini iinyself on  the;3<J Oct., 186*5 ; know that L. B. Lewis always received dividends from Aurora and  worked in that claim; Mr.Doddto^meitwas  safe to buy;, first Bill of Sale was made but for  the Aurora only ; another was made out for  the Aurora and Borealis and- the'1 first one torn  up; both L.'B. Lewis and' Stirling suggested  this:; a/sale of ,'ah interest in.-; the /Aurora] we  considered among"; shareholders* to in'clude'''���������he'  Borealis co'y also.';' ;-\;:-'' "'���������/- ���������'  Mr. McCdrmicksworn^-A.Lewis authorized  his brother L.B. Lewis-to act for him after he  left the oreek ; this authority'extended>to tbie  selliDg 6f the claim ; I saw it iri" a letter from  A. Lewis," whichiI read,; teUing.Mm/tb/>ell"out  of the* Aurorav and Borealis'r co mpaniea': th is  letter was dated 'at-Victoria-iu-the end ot August- or;Sept.; it is-now-'destroyed../    -)i'//:;  Mr* Stirling sworn���������A. Lewis never ��������� asked'  me to give up the claim before this1 suit; he  n,cver spoke to; me- about ip: since he oaja.q up;  rH  i*VMeals ready>aVall:houfs.T<������������������ ^'.���������\'.ni^i  ...f:!-'-,:l'  g^j ������������������qtg\t: ���������&?{ r^^^^3^^^M^m^'^yX^m^i  British 'ii ������Novthi<.<i:to������i?i������  ;hr-':hLi -Amii^i:"isAtlBRs'isfri v*:i��������� ���������'���������''���������'*->S\^t  mr(y:Pi  M-ii.J  COHEN  ::,tt'-. *  y* ^'."^-fj-f^''*^;  I ;'������������������.:  liyii i  X- large; supply^ of^L AD^s^obns^n the1 ^#a^.!  '^���������ffi^^Cifita'':-^^  |/^BA^i|S^D,o%^ndott^. New^rqr^ ;^an#raa.  [���������la^d/aB'd'Pn^nclal^aiik'Of>JSelai������;^^.. ......:...,_......vj���������  v ���������< '^Bills'' oif SjichaiigO11!!^^!^  '' ii  :'Q:  .^,Lii^;^i^io/p^  =3 ������v s ^I^RV^E^A^ai^ii^e,i^e^^^  ;ho;?;;^.^j^^  --//;:"' ^;/;^BAii;R:E'RTiSi^-'//;:^-:^ ^-/i^  ��������� M:./,.i'.;Ij /;M^J/"Bi^(^i^,yivr:;7 ////I  .. ���������.-.>.,-���������-.,,,,,---.���������, ��������� ,#CE9w*7  S-vGoxx>=Dust:.-Meltfea' iand A^ayed/Mnd{Tetttfa������f3Bsid*  ;wHbinf 24tJiiour������jin: Opinion Bars. ^ v?- ���������= ���������,: ]Tj - r, ,-.*  Yw ?  ../.OrosJof/every;desbription carsfulJy/Assayed;; /.. ;',;���������  N ;..B'.~Any-1ristructlbns :as ���������''to: the dis jjoaat^f this prai..  ceeas.bf ..Gold Dust forwarded ..'toi; the oifice.ln Tictorla  for Assay.will b������carefuny^attsidecl to/7   /^7i W '.  ���������'J -;,'��������� ���������': ri :^'7,~~:--v'-:l7JV G.-...SHEFHERD/Maaa^er. .���������  ^OtorJi^J^Aprll^p^c t^/'w.;^^ aV/l*;^~  ,"-������.!.:. ���������,..������.;��������� i .-4 ������J"j>.; .>���������-. v. -���������.; -  :/;4/0'^'  BAEKERyiLLE/  BArikEaVILLE:v BREVSf^y.:  ���������..;::'V.i:. !'i/;/B;RE:^ERiS.''\/i/''/.i  .;-.:.'" B A'R.-K.JS R y IL L.E s:  QQi  JAMES   B\JfmiE?iAy  ;^;XO'KS;Mr:T;H,:  0TtUn!T������  on ThirJ-P^.T!?.  ;;/���������,/:. ���������i.HENB.-y' /��������� s^idRpNa,';': v.%  Dealer in all kinds of 'Provisions, Clothings &C;1  Tfi H 'fi-:--������-7ifii\^- -^ ?'/i-; - sirsT^yy-*"* "f r^Ts ts??���������������-  Ctfriri'ecUiig^t--LUl66et:. and" -^Tals1. wlth^DIE# i;  rt-,: ;NELS0N'S !fdr New WestminsterJ&: VlctbriajM^^r  WIMiJfevE';A^:;DmM^in;W  VT- Barkerville, 'to con-nect.With the stsamer llE������������  terprisa'!��������� at Quesoelmoutbv- and; the;,.STAGES' at^Sod*  the collection of Notes,/Bills anci the purchase of ;ui*ti'  cics.to be obtain ed at New Westminster,, Viotoria, Saa  Francisco or enroute, and retards,made with dispatch:  ':;".:-;:,-''::-.7"'- ���������/i/;7J0HNB.. LOViSIiL;''���������-"��������� '?:*'.'  - ii-s^^y &-..''**'.     '\-4-''-' ./-' *>&'Agent, Barkeryllla. -j  :/;'^^pfiM������^'fi^i^^Ij.-  .The undersigned is prepared to ' ������������������  CLEiNi'BIiAGK f^Mj^^������^':^M'  ^p;/r/;".;;,7--RA^isoDsra������^/^:;:;Vi^^"';,; -i^;'  On" Cbmmission/orWili;* purchase' any 'c/uantity ������a Jt&  . Most Liberal Terms, at the      ���������"..;���������'' /* *>: ������������������-  :r::h ."1/ReacTiiig KooniV/ Qamerontbu^'v;"  The Subscriber is��������� weir known oh5 Williams Cree&y and  irpm; the. confidence reposed ;-|n? himvJast'' WI- in the  a peve,business,, he hopes to... receive-.- t^he -pa.tronag*,/������|  the Mining communityHhe ensuing season.' .  ������������������ ;������������������ -������;���������/ /!: 'iv->^ M y 7-4/':.7i!^JiT0HN -EOWROH/'^.  MM  ������*ii������������������������M  ^���������'.t.BJVTsaotaJ*.-'  vay.*-ori feWXflv  1-6  ;i ^.ii^;^E^,;Bfer^ ^  DtJEtNG "TKE MININp*S*EASO^ the undeisWae^-  :Wil5 be.prepa.red to,' esftcute; Surveys- and "transaov  a.{ta&ararAgvntf������ Jiasia6>.������, '     . ��������� JOHN...MO.ERIS,.,-, {  lU'irnniiiimii M  {'���������>  ;.;.f-:  Mi":-  Agents for tbe ."Cariboo" Sentmel.J>,;  '������������������':���������  ���������v"' .        i  ..      Ji fc'i ��������� ������������������   A. McWha  Grouse CreeK,  >     ���������-.;-   -      .      ��������� N. L. McCaffery  Victorlal       ���������     ���������     -      "      *.   { Jobn.I)oran. .  MEtM  MONDAlTrMAY 28, 1866.  ^^^^wW^'W^tiie length of bur Mining  Summary, reports"ofMining cases,.eta, our  Susualarticleand other-interesting correspondence araheld.'Over to our next issue..  _ ��������� i^^^;g^fe^^.i~r - ��������� ���������  TO THE EDrrOB OP. TBI* "CaRJBOO SENTrKEL,"  Sir,���������bur interests i������. "miners- in Cariboo  ; makes us'aiVendeaybur^ of  the mining laws and-regulations of this Colony.  ^'Eaehlniiier^.wherihe enters the Ffasef; is told  that he must comply with the. law, that, he;  may h old his claim, - and'b ie - : able; to p bssess  himself of the'gold inlti-    First-he must get  his license; then get his claim*y.staking it off  antf recording'it, or purcfosmg and recording  ���������;his. bill ol sale ; then as- time passes; on,; he  ���������; must pompljr/with the minbrTrequirements pf  law,^  'cord, renewing license,1 i&c^t After doing all  this, he naturally; thinks^ he is safe.-^thinks he  ^Kas;a gbod;Me'tpi;hisi^grouiid^whichthe'Cburts  .: btthe Colony, will''r'e^pec^^ndwhe.thinks too,  -that" all he ikis doh������^  rcen8e,t stakingi"recordihg^irepresenfcing;: etc.  wis.eiiac.tSj essentially .necessary to.perfect and  '���������make.igood-Jtiisi^titleji;-;Hei|������ts therefore' willingly paid his littlo pounciyand half-pound^  ; andv���������>rfour-and-sixpencbSitp jthe .Government,  tffoi these "various ;:Uttle; acts, .which,.< asj he  'believed, g^ve'him;^ tp..his;claim.  ;'Bufhow:itr seems:;'thingsi;;are;'cha*hgedv ;;A  cHigh Court;of;Chancery/iexists :in~this ;Colr  ony, and^theU Judge of that court .tells--us  itV ti*. Xdecisio h giveni at .New Westminster,  ������that registration and representation are matters^ of-secondary ?importan^  and securing bur titles to mining claims. Then  if a miner hasuibt prbp^^recorded or re;  ���������. presented; his, claim^a^nd^spme..,ohe!J.else--..hasA  cpVS3pected it, all he^ ha^;tb;b^^is Ao raise, the  S" metal t^  Court will give him relief by giving:himi-the  v; gribund^w--This being-the-^case, -can you en-  ���������". lighten your readers by,telling them: what is  essentially necessary to secure the title to. a  f rich claim by pbancery.:;; We thought heretofore that we knew how to make good our titles  by law; now tell us ho wi to do the same thing  by; Chancery> andyou^wiU be a benefactor to  the miners of Cariboo.   Are we to be governed by-the mining laws and regulationsjof the  'Colony, or those of the Chancery Court? There  'seems to. be a plain antagonism Jjetweeri them.  If the latter is: to supersede the former, you  jpught..to endeayenr* to obtain from-the Judge  lii Chancery ,aninkUng of his rules and regulations, so that/We will-not all be so liable to go  astray. . : I make these inquiries solely for information,: and hope they will have s^  effect in causing an investigation, which will  give.us the light we need on'the'suhject i'  . 'v;..-       -j. ������������������        ; i '~.y;"::';i\'762: ,  'Williams Creek, B. C. May:26th 1866. -   -������  TELEGRAPHIC. :  (Special Dlspatcb^to the Cariboo Sbstixbl;)'  Cache Creek, May 25th.���������A person from the  Columbia furnishes us with the following:���������  :: On Monday, the 21st, while a party of 15  were on the way down the Columbia in a  large boat it capsized and: the- following' persons were drowned :;M. Miller, Robt. McGee,  C. G. Kirby,: J. Deport, Canada ; Wm..Cald-  ,weli, N; B ; j: G. McKeill, N. B; Richard Hai^  vey, Cornwall England; Ed. Gilbert, Richard  Goldsworthy, Wra. Richards," Victoria; W.  Hocking. Little Joe, iCamlopps;.; E^onneli,  A C, Trim, Oregon; and two Friehchmen...:  "���������"New' York, l������ay.il6th-~^te'amer' Jura brings  European advices to May 6th; consols closed  on Saturday at 86i to 87 for money, 5-20s 62������;  .;;-ThevBank of France has advanced the rate  of discount to 6rper cent Prussia has declared to the Diet warlike propositions on her  part for defences. Austrian reply to the last Prussian  nete'-conclllatory, but objects to disarmament'under  present circumstances.' Warlike preparations will be  pressed forward,    Popular; demonstrations had taken  place. "*   . ',���������;."' ._-.-  -:...;;.', ........  ' PaTis, May 6th.���������Energetic remonstrances made relative to Austrain armaments.   Austrian (Jovernment reported determined to maintain strictly-defences  of  lrontiers.   tYanco accepted explanation'; resultjmu  tual understanding. .   - :..:,.  ^  -Hope, May 23rd.���������A letter received here from Fort  ���������Shephardv datud the 6th May, states that the country  around-there was still-covered'with snow^ Provisions  were high;;..flour;.60.to 80 cents ; .bacon, $2 ^. 1H, ������nd  everything else in proportion. The mines about Fort  Sheppard promise well- -���������' '���������'- ���������;���������-  ���������-.- -Thu-s teamer.t 149 V: wa^.ply ing.-rogu larly-bet vee'n -W U  tie. Dalles, 20 miles below Fort, Sheppuard, and Death  Rapids. Her charges-were'$200 per ton for freight and  $25 for passage.   "    " t ���������  #      -j-   ._..;.,   -\'::   -..���������_   ���������  Tale, May 23rd.���������Number of miners' passed (Minton  ottt.way up;to Oariboo from commencement'oXtbe season "to May 20th is" 409; Chinamen, 517. Passing down  from Cariboo, en route for Big Bend, 200;  -.'.  A message reed ved-tbis-morn tng by Mr. Bamnrd,  fromCapt. Mouat, states that the steamer "Jfarten"  would be'ready toieave on tho'arrival'of his stage with  the mail on Saturday, 26th Inst.   B ?i~:\   ".r ���������'"  Cache Creek, May 24th.���������The..following letter has  been received from Capt. Mouat:^'-V-���������-.��������� '-'&&���������!  ��������� ill have the pleasuro of informing you that the steam-  er "AIartcn'rW(illmake her first, trip this day at noon;  commencing regular trips on Saturuay next,' oh the receipt of the mail. W. A. Mouat."  [No furthdr Eastern news;; lihe.down^again;]  TEE 24th IN GAMBRONTOWN.  jJ2&* We regret to announce that "our courteous and obliging Recorder Mr. M.G. Phillips,  who has filled that office for the last two years  credit to hiiaself and to the entire- satis-  ���������with  faction of the public, has resigned his post and  will leave in the course of another week. His  reason for taking this step is the ihadequacey  of his salary and the weak state of his health ;  it is his intention to leave the.eolcny, fcurbest  tvishes and those of tbe whole community will  follow him wherever he directs his footsteps.  It is a pity ithat the Government dohot devote  a little more attention to the interests of the  people, by endeavouring to retain the services  of'good officers who thoroughly understand  their business, instead of voting large salaries  forsjnecureoffices.; .-;  ^^^.The Queen?s birthday was observed on  the creek fey anunusal display of bunting the  firing of guns .&C. i ii In the evening sundry  Boeiaientertamments were "indulged in,.but  throughout the day and night no disturbance  iopcured to; mar;the Tvqnted cLtiiiet of .the. cbmz  "- ihunlty.".-" ',"'i;r\ .:, -;;' ��������� '��������� [:.^ .;.������������������. ���������;"'' ":" -  Accident.���������On Thursday last, while Mr. Jas.  Christie, foreman of the Cameron Co?y, was in  the act of breaking a boulder in the diggings  apieceof therockflew off and struck his toe,  fraetaring; the bone s������ that aJ portion of it had  to be .extfacted.,r- -He. will.,be .incapable of  working for sometime in consequence.  ja^*.Jn. passing down the creek the other  day we observed:a notice on a claim to this  effect: ���������**Notkjb���������Any person committing a  "* " on this territory will be  "constructive fraud    ,,  --.     - , *        ��������� t  prosecuted according to the utmost rigor of jvagance that has ruined many a man,"���������  ('hfiurerv '\a^rJ*- : mum*s the word.   Sironge, isn't it, how ma  Iri these' stirring and exciting times, when  -Fenianism-is-rampant-throughout Her;Maj'es-  ty's dominions both at home ���������and abroad, it  must be truly gratifying to our "Royal mother^ to knp^w^ind undoubtedly she^will know  ���������^that on this the 47tii.anniversary of her natal day the flag of "Old England" floated peacefully iri'ithe breezes of this remote" corner of  Her empire���������the farrfamed-Cariboo; the Stars  and Stripes werei no less ..prominent -We  thought as we saw the banners of two great  nations waving so gracefully together over the  heads of a united community that the prayer  of Burns was being realized, ''When man to  man the warld o?er,sha11 brithersbe ah? aJ that."  A royal salute; of 21 guns was fired from the  rocks of the Cameron claim, and, although  .neither -Armstrong nor Whitworth, our*gun  niade a"%rery considerable report; which may  yet be heard in^ the Royal Palacei of Windsor,  lii the backwoods of Canada and on^ the "hee-  land hills", b'bonnie Scotlandi  One gentleman of undoubted loyalty, for  want of something better, Hoisted his own red  shirt���������andfasIhe wind would rise and fall the  shirt, with its sleeves like the sails of a windmill madly rushing to and fro, i seemed to say  at every anniess .thrust, Fm the-"flag that;wav-  ed a thpusandyears, the battle andjhe breeze."  Ail honor to the honest miner and his flag.  In the evening we had a grand ball, which  was well attended.   As I lay a thinking in my  bed, that pleasures are-like; ponies spread,���������  you know the rest���������now and again sounds of  revelry would distract my thoughts, while the  stentorian notes of a well known basso were  perfectly audible.    How could a man sleep ?  Impossible I; Just listen to this strain of music and fancy yourself trying to sleep on such  a lullaby.-.i'First ladies forward, and���������"He's a  jolly good fellow, which nobody can"���������balance all,"���������" With a hip, hip, hip, hurrah I"  and " We won't "���������"join hands and circle to  the left"���������"till daylight doth appear ;" while  now and again a highly oxcited individual  would break out witlv "Hoist me up the American flag, crown me with the eagle,v���������the next  line I could not catch, but the concluding line  invariably finished hy drawing attention to  that little vicious animal so fond of eggs and  blood sucking.   On the whole the ball was a  very lively and amusing one,  '.; A young raan^ whose name is,���������well, it don't  matter, he was once in $den-^got hold of a  cow-bell during the evening and caused quite  an excitement for a little while.   Most people  supposed that the 24th had something to do  with it, and that the violent ringing was all to  honor Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen!  No doubt it was meant for some one's benefit;  for whom, all Camerontown knew.    Perhaps  the public generally will enjoy the ^oke; Well,  then, the old eoyr-bell was rung in honor of  another old belle; but an old saying has just  struck me, speaking your mind " is an extra-  ���������SO  manv  get infatuated with women and " hurdy-gurr  dies I" old men as well as young, married and  single; but, then, "Love is like the measles, all  the worse when it comes late in life."  Thankful for early mercies,-   ���������    I am, pro tempore,:;.     :..;  PATERF1MIUA8.  ^^Tbe Gold Commissioner has issued; a  notice forbidding the erection of dams^across  the channel of the creek, arid ordering-the removal of those that may at .present obstruct  it :������������������!  ��������� ;;-i:':   '  }/��������������������������� ���������-������������������������������������.-���������-: , . ���������/'������������������:,\/[-/ ���������  Rise op the Ciu3Ek.���������Last evening the creek  was assuming a very threatening appearance,  caused* by the effects of the summer-like heat  through the day on the snow; :.: " >���������' ;  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  LOST  FF THE STAGE, BETWEEN BLUE TENT AND 150  v Mile Hoeso one Box Books, addressed A. K. Robertson, Richfield. Any person finding the samo and  leaving It with any of Barnard's Express Agents will  be suitably rewarded. .-: ;;  ���������-���������  f.7  E. C. GILLETTE,  MINING- SURVEYOR,  .'-.'������������������J       '. CAMERONTOWN. ,7  A   CARD.  RS. CLUNES takes great pleasure in returning her  ^.- sincere thanks to the Miners, Merchants and her  friends generally, on Williams Creek, for their very lib-  eral patronage bestowed on thoMineTS' Ball & Concert,  given by, her on the'night of the 24th inst ~, the success  of which was all that she could desire, "'';. ' ���������".' '/.'  ��������� '."^-   ������������������ ' ilARY A.'CLUNES.  .:.; Camerontown, 26th May, 1560. ��������� - 'i    ������������������    ��������� 1 ���������'���������';  NOTICE.  THE'CO-PARTNERSHI^ heretofore existing between  Mezsrsr J. B. CHANCELLIER and N.'CU^ 10 has  been dissolved to-day by muiual agreement.   Mr. Cunio  remains sole .proprietor of tbe BarkcrviUe Brewery.  Williams Creek, May 23rd,: 1866. .     ������-lm  SUTER   &   BLACK1,  ommlssioii Ag?&;*jf  -���������'��������� ��������� vi-'' :-r*'' and ' ;     '.'-��������� \'_ 'ir */"  ' '  DEBT COLLECTORS.   7,'  Bankrupt Affairs wound up and Balance Sheets'prepared j  Mining Accounts carefully made up; AH kinds  of. Forms and agreements drawn, and every; other description of business promptly attended to.'.   ..* ��������� ' ;  :   ^T" Oflace-^RICHFIELI}; near tho CourtHouso." i $ 1  REMOVAL   OP GOODS.  c.  T T  BEGS TO INFORM THE MERCHANTS AND PUBLIC  of Williams O. ek that he is prepared, at the short-  est'notice, to remove goods of "every .description with  care between- tbe towns of Ricbfield/ Barkerville and  Camerontown, at reasonable rates. ���������  .. Richfield, May 21sc, 1866. 5-  ^NOTICE.  Tlie Steamer "Enterprise"  WiU leave SODA CREEK -1.  MONDAY & THURSDAY MORNINGS, ,  :.; '���������";���������;   at .daylight; ,, ^   ...".. '  Will leave QUESNEL,    ii:.  WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNINGS,  AT 6 O'CLOCK,  Connecting at Soda Creek witb Barnard's Stagfs oh  Wednesday's trip down and Thursday's trip up.   \  i  ^#* Freight to Quesnel 1 j cts. ^ fb..  Steamer 'Enterprise,' )  May 21sl, 1866.      j '5  44  Williams Creek   Flume  Ordinance,  1866."  MOTICE   TO   MINERS.  THE WILLIAMS CREEK BED ROCK FLUME AND  Ditch Company, Lim'tpd, call the atten'ionof Miners to "The Williams Creek Flume Ordinance. 1866,"  a copy of which can be s?en at their otBce, and hereby  eau.zon all persons not to trespass on auy ground nor  interfere with acy rights and privileges therein granted  to the Company.  E. A. WADHAMS, ...  ��������� -Secretary,''  'Ricbfiold, 16th May, 1866. 4-2w  c.  CAMERONTOWN,  Proprietor;  There is no distillery kept in this establishment,  and strychnine and rot-gut find no place here.    2  INFORMATION WANTED  S TO THE PLACE OF RESIDENCE of Alexander  HarvyMcNabb. from Norval, C. W., when last  heard from was at Lillooet about to cross the mountains  East. Parties who can give information will please  communicate with John McNabb, Esq., Toronto, C. W.,  or Mr. J. H. Wright, Williams Creek. If the said A.  H. McNabb applies to Mr. Wright Jt������ ^rillheur of soms-  thing to his i3Tittt*f8. ~ !���������!������  CAMERONTOWN.  THE tNBERSIQNEp K^S OPENED.THE ABO^S  Hotel and Bestaurant, and is now prepare*  to receive Boarders by:t he week or dayr: :;;...  ^8@- A first-class COOK has been engaged  Partlei wishing to Beard out this season will flid Si  to their Advantage to give him a call, as his house for  cleanliness, attention to customers, and_a good Tablt,  cannot lie excelled^    ".' .    '; .,'. "   ';j I* -.;;**;...  Pies^Coffeei Chops and Steaks iat all boon.  ,f?qT T:' y    ILEX. D; McINKES, Proper.,  ���������mwrmicmMiw i      mi mwii��������� ���������iii������������������t t~^���������~���������nm^m iiiwwi^  11.. <-���������  :^   ' BARKiERYiLLE,  WHOLKSAIX AND RETAIL DEALER3 IN ALL  j. r-r ��������� -KINDS OP" ?������������������ ���������;;'      ���������  PROVISIOHS, LIQUORS,; SEGABS,  i'Viii'q^OT-'HilN^"^^  . BOOTS   & SHOES,  MINING-  iO:  Bee to call the attention of Miners and other*  to their full asaortment^of SUPERIOR GOODS.;,....  . T*��������������������������������������������� ���������   - --y'".which"wiU'ho'Twidvvv.v'"'-"���������.;:���������;.;.  AT"viOOST::|iRI^C ESI  to mako room for a NEW 'STOCK to arriye so acoa at  :;.-������������������ the Roads are open. ,.'.-; .���������;-...;..  . >  ������������������ i^liibe^ aliowanee: will be made to  Restaurant and Hotel Keepers and the Trade generally  on large orders. <-.     ��������������� ' ...    '.,    ......  ...  .   :\-1  RESTAtjRiSf,;MmT,  ���������'������������������-!%vtitc &M6\)&������,:i:-.  "������������������'������������������ "y'-:' '��������� - ��������� ���������.i ��������� Barkervillei Bi C,  '. .':-' _ .    -  KELLY & PATERSON,;Proprietors.  Everything is done ia connection with this CBtablUk-  meat to giv������ satisfaction1 to the customers. ;,'.'���������;  :: J8������" Mealsat all hours. ' ;}  PRAQER   & BRO  '7  MEROHANTS,  [:'!���������'���������:��������� 'rBAR:KERVII^LE, ���������'* --" ���������:'������������������'-"  .;      ���������,���������������.>���������-.    ';������������������.-."'''���������-".,���������  ���������       .'��������������������������� DEALSB8 IM  Wholesale and Betaii.  GREAT   ATTRACTION!  ;.".���������'   -r . EVERY evening,;. .  ���������:'-���������:������������������ :,   At .the ' ���������. , ;./;..  -... .. ; r.  FASHION SAL0 01,  ';.���������";��������� v.". barkerville. :  A LL LOVERS OF THE TERPISCHOREAW ART sre  J\. Invited to call and enjoy themselves, when a hearty  welcome will be extended. "'."'.  3������-The best or Wines, Liquors and Segars,  and Good Order observed. __    -   .  1   . MARTIN & COOK, Prop'*.  BARKERVILLE,  MISS THURBER & MR. LAWLESS, Prop'*  THIS HOUSE HAS BEEN NEWLy FITTED UP ON  tho Restaurant principle with a viow to the comfort  of th-i public, and will be conducted in a manner w  ensure the satisfaction of thoso who are disposod w  favor the proprietors with their patronage.  Meals at aU Hours.  Good Beds,  m* The Bar is furnished with the best solccttoh.������'  Liquors and Segars,   ���������;..'"  StesiOHAKTa a������������ Dsai^rs nr  PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, LIQUORS; *  t;  WHOLESALE & RETAIL  1UCHFIELD, Williams Creek, B. C.  I HAVE ON HAND a large stock of;Pro^s^  1  and  ator*o11  Hardware and Vegetables, , u,  mined to sell, them cheaper than any ������"^f * eiT*  Williams Creek. Come and s*r 3R������1 ju'itf* W7*w.   .,.  Ricbflell, >#������t Hh.  JSm THECARIBQ0SEITIN^  MONDAY, MAY 28, 1866.  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  H  WILLIAHS GREEK.-...  Although we have, been daily dreading a  sudden rise in the creek -for the past two  weeks, there is not any perceptible increase  to its waters' yet    We,cannot expect to be  favoured with this state of things much longer.  From the mild state of the weather of late ahd  the increased intensity of the.sun^s/rays ��������� we  can no w-feel unmistakable evidences of the  approach of summer.     The snow banks are  dissolving rapidly, and if. the present feather  continues a few days longer, even if we do not  have rain,-a freshet is sure to be the result.  Every precaution has.been taken however to  avert any danger to claims by the building of  bulkheads and the clearing away of obstructions from the channel, but still strict watching will be required to prevent any damage  being done to the Bed Rock Drain.   The mining season has commenced this year at least  ten days earlier than on any previous year,  claims had to be represented on the 21st inst.  instead of 1st June as formely, and all claims  in a workable, condition1 are now being, opened up with as great energy and zeal as was  ever evinced during any former season. Everyone is confident of success, and there is every  reason for believing that there will be as much  gold taken out^ of .Cariboo,.thisi.aeason-.as -on-  any former one', notwithstanding the dimuhi-  tion of the number of its inhabitants.  : There  may hot be such rich claims but the gold will  be more generally distributed among miners,  and the prosperity more extensively, enjoyed  There are very few idle men to bo seen around  which is a very healthy looking, sign of the  times. ' In order to give a: correct report of  the various claims on the creek we took tho  trouble to call on each company, or its representative, and give below: the result of our  enquiries.    A- great many it Will be seen are  only just starting and' others not yet ready,  but we trusttb .be.able soon to announce the  fortunate success of alL  Ancient Briton co'y, 3 shares, and 3 men at  work; have been working all winter and getting fair pay.���������Bradley Tunnel co'y, 6 shares,  0 men at work; doing well���������Simmes & Simmons co.'s x these two companies have been  working together all'.winter running a. drain  tunnel to tap their diggings; distance run 1200  feet; are now nearly-ready to wash.���������Smith  &Co., 6 shares; 6 men at work, starting' a  tunnel fori back channel,���������Forward Tunnel  co'y, 4 shares, 4 men working,.running in new  tunnel, are in 70 feet, will have to go 20 feet  farther before channel is reached; old tunnel  paid well during last winter.���������Casket co'y, 3  shares, and 3 men at work in shaft, get good  prospects ; intend commencing a tunnel from  creek.-���������McLaren Tunnel co'y, 7 shares,? men  at work; this tunnel is run on a level 12 feet  head and Sheepskin co.ys waiting for completion of bed rock drain.���������Aurora co'y, li shares  M. Hilton foreman, working two shifts with  1$ men; has not paid 'so well last week as on:  the two previous weeks.���������Wake-up Jake co'y,  6 shares,_Wm. Phillips foreman, ; work ������. shifts  with 8 men; just started to.wash last Tuesday;  are .going to. sink their shaft ..deeper to.���������get .at  creek ground.���������Watson/co'y,.8 shares, Geo.  Murdock foreman, work 2 shifts with'13 men ;  are making something over expenses.���������Davjs  co'y, 6 shares j Alex.-Jack foremanr:work 2  shifts with 19 men ; taking out, good pay-;  have been working for last three weeks;���������  Welsh co'y,.5 shares, Jonah Williams foreman,  at work on bed rock drain.-^-Australian co'y,  2 shares, 5 men at work;.working,top gravel  and paying small wages.-^Carfb6o co'y,: 14  shares, TV. Wright foreman ; 10: men -at work  on bed rock drain ; started pumping out lower  shaft on Friday last���������Camp co'y(old Pocahontas co'y), 7 shares,"7 men at work ground  sluicing off top dirt, which is 9ft. deep ; will  make one ounce a day to the hand-when they  clean up.���������Lillooet co'y, 4 shares/John McLean foreman, 4.men at work on drain ; bed  rock drain tapped their shaft on Friday ; will  commence washing on Tuesday next; got  good prospect while bringing up drain.���������Caledonia coy, 7 shares, John Perrin foreman,  work 2 shifts with 10 men; paying from 10 to  15oz. a day in upper strata.���������Drain co'y work  3 shifts of*5 men each; are running at the rate  of 10ft every 24 hours,-7Morning Star Tunnel  6 men, running tunnel through bed rock;  think they will get into channel: by Tuesday  next.���������Surprise Tunnel co'y, 3 shares; Sam  Walker foreman, 4 men at work, they: are/in  nearly 200ft. through bed rock; getting gravel  over head.���������Gfizzley co'y, 3 shares, D. Grier  foreman, 4 men at work; they are running to  tap bed rock drain.���������Victoria eo7y (part of old  Grizzleyco'y), 3 shares, 3 men at work ; started - last Monday to prospect for top: strata, in  which the Caledonia are working.���������Never  Sweat co'y, 6 shares. 8 men at work; making  expenses, are drifting back to the deep channel  and in the course of a week will take out pay.  ���������New York co'y. 3 shares,: 4 men at cwork ;  drifting to discover paying strata as in Caledonia.���������Beauregard^ or Confederate co'y;- 7  shares, Geo Dougherty foreman,- 2 shifts, 12  men at work; paying on an.average from 12  to 15oz. a_ day.^r-Kcyada Tunnel co'y ,7 shares  Wm. Kirkpatrick foreman, 2 shifts, 4" men at  above the surface of creek; are working in  ground which pays good wages; did well during the., winter. --Happy-Go-Lueky co'y, 4  shares, 4 men at work, starting a tunnel into  hill; will get in about 30 days hence.���������Well,  Mary Ann co'y, 4 shares, 4 men at work, drift  elaira; tunnel 298 feet long ; just prospecting  and making small pay at present.���������The Wilson, Brouse, Dutch Bill, Steadman, Six-toed  Pete and California companies are all at work  cutting a drain from the head of the Bed Rock  Flume to the Wilson eo.'s ground ; this drain  will he 20 feet in depth and will drain all these  companies claims; 30 men are now at work,  and it is expected with the large quantity of  water they now have that, the undertaking will  :.������?.completed in a week or two.    This work  will be of great advantage to the Flume co'y  as well as the claim holders, who are doing it  all at their own expense.���������The Hyack co'y, 4  shares, 4 men at work, are busy at work ground  sluicing; ground will pay well;  have not  washed up yet.���������The Steitz and Gallaher co.s  aro waiting for the banks to thaw.���������The Forest  Hill co'y, hill claim, 12 shares, ~- Booth foreman, are fixing up and preparing to take advantage of the water when it commences to  How through the Flume eo.'s ditch���������Tontine  co y, hill claim, 4 shares, Hugh Guest foreman,  waiting for water.-St. Patrick and San Francisco co.s. hill claims, waiting for water.���������Old  C/unnmgham co'y, tunnel, 7 shares, L. G. Tower  ^!maM men at work>this claim run in debt  mrougn the winter but it is now payin������-off  expenses. .'-..��������� M������.v^  oJep?W,*?can0nthefl^tclailais the Burns  IUBlaf .Jack c*'ys.5 theseco'ys are united  wlf ?taiV? abares' have commenced to  Jydrauhc atthe lower end of the Burns tun-  work ; driving an incline from main tunnel up  into gravel.���������Bank Tunnel co'y, 4 shares, J.  Hugo foreman, 2 shifts, 4 men at work ; running incline up into gravel, are washing and  prospecting; this co'y and the Nevada  co'y  use the same  main  tunnel  for running but  their dirt���������Moffat co'y, 7 shares, Mr; Washburn foreman, 2 shifts, 9 men at work; paying over wages.���������St. Andrews"Tunnel co'y,  9 shares, Joseph Hough foreman, 2; men at  work j have run through slide rock over 208  feet; tney are getting a small prospect; this  ground is situated in the hill behind tho Bank  of British Columbia on the west side; of the  creek; if good pay is found in this .claim a  large extent of new diggings will be opened  up.���������Last Chance co'y, (incline), 6 shares, Jas  Allright foreman, 2 shifts, 6 men at work; are  running a drain, have not got into pay.���������Last  Chance co'y (shaft), 2 shifts, 8 men at work;  paying about 20oz. a day.���������California Tunnel  co'y, 14 shares, Wm. Hardy foreman. 2 shifts,  9 men at work ; not  paying so  well as  last  week.���������Tinker co'y, 2 shares, 6 men at work ;  fixing up flume and getting ready to wash.���������  Cameron co,y, 7 shares, Jas. Christie foreman,  2 shifts, 11 men at work; are making over  wages; intend to wash with two dump boxes  scbozL-rFprest .Rose coV ; 1.5  shares...Henry  '     .    STOUTS GULCH.'  Great damage has been sustained last week by the  *loyd Tunnel Co. through the caving of their.diggings,  in consequence of- tho sudden rise of-the water in tho  gulch; they will now bo obliged to ground sluice their  claim.   Since the accident four interests have changed  hands, at $2000 per interest; some of-the members in  ���������the Alturas co'y are the purchasers .���������Alturas co'y are  ground sluicing the mouth of their tunnel to get grade*  expect to resume washing in about 10 days ���������The Floyd  co y have bought out the Pioneer co'y so as 16 have a  "SJ! of way.-~The High-Low,Jack co.'y "are doing well.  ���������The Jenkins co'y arc making from $18 to $20 a day  ���������The Emery co'y are doing as well as the Jenkins co'y.  ���������The Union and Australian co'ys are sinking shafts���������  The El Dorado co'y will commenco sinking'to-dav.���������It  1b the firm impression of .thoso who are in the position  of being able to judge, that big pay will be taken'out  or this gulch'from one end of it to the other this season,  although it may be lato before all tho claims will get to  washing. - ��������� ���������<         '���������"��������� ��������� - -     -,  ...'���������.'    /McARTHUKS GULCH. ' /���������/-: '.''/  The Stoboco'y are washing tho pay dirt drifted out  last winter, and making $15 a day to the hand���������The  Discovery co'y arc makinggood wages.���������Sherman co'y  are flndiag good prospects.���������These aro tbo only companies at work on the gulch at present/  GROUSE  CREEK-  The Sneddon or Discovery co. are steady at work and  taking out good pay ��������� R. Hutchinson foreman, 6 shares,  working 2shifts, 10 men ; for three days' work.they  took out last week 98 ounces, one piece weighed $41.���������  French co'y are making about an ounce a day to the  hand ���������Short Rend co'y took out $8 from bottom of  shaft last week.���������Great energy-is. being displayed by  elaimholders on this creok in running tunnels and sinking shafts with bright-hopes of success.. Everything  promises well for a satisfactory season on this creek.:  V.;.'    .  , ' ASTLER CREKK.   ��������� /    ���������''������������������'���������''��������� ,X:'  - About 25 men at present on this; creek.���������  The Ross co 'y started on Monday last with six  men.���������The Last Chance coy;four men7at Work  drifting into the hill,.with every indication of  striking a back channel.���������Bed Rock-���������Plume  co'y doing nothing.���������Snow about '3 feet deep.  ^ .- CUNNINGHAM:CREEK..- :'.// ^/���������Xi  ; There are about 20 men on this creek,\ the  most of them waiting until the ditch. thaws  out so that they can get water... v. . * v  'WOLF'CREEK. ;   :/'*; /'���������/���������'././'  Four men are getting ready to-wash in the  hanks. ./ '��������� ���������      ::;'.. f,:/:; '.  STEVE.VS CREEK FLUME! CO'Y    /       '  Started about two weeks-ago and will-be  ready to wash this week.  ���������: ./ .v.  ner he might have been inclined to-take a different view of the matter, bdt it is not shown  that, he ever had any interview with defendant  at all.  ;My impression is that both the Lewises  intended leaving tie country, and had it no*  been for the recent decision in the Borealis  case defendant would never have been troubled.   The plaintiff was not a free miner when  the claim was taken up, and bad no'-.right5'-to  the ground.... He was "not usually in'the-tiabit  of taking advantage of the' lapse of a few days  in -Miners' Licenses, but in this case he should  do so, and therefore dismissed the case and  ordered plaintiff to payoosts;   Mr. Robertson  for plaintiff and Mr; Walker for defendant,  .:. ���������. ...: ���������:      :���������:.-_ Friday, 25th May. ���������  Grouse Creek Bed Rock Flume Co'y, per D., Cameron  foreman, vs. Anti-Heron Co'y, per;Stewart Smith, foreman���������This,suit was brought to eject.toe defendants  from 600 feet of mining ground belonging to plaintilfe  Duncan Cameron sworn���������Am Agent for the Grouse  Creek Bed Rock Hume Co'y; tho Ahti-Heron Co'a  ground is located on tho Flume Co.'s ground: L ea'vo  them notice to leave but tbey refused.  [Continued from First Page;J ���������  Strou8$ bought for me;.l never enquired about  titles^ -.::������������������:."���������'.:;: ���������:;���������;   -:.: ���������>../ / y^ -V- "' - -; ��������� - -:;-.;/ -  "A. Lewis sworn���������I- supposed I was one of  the original pre-emptors-of. the Borealis co?y;  J. Edwards came to my house to get the number of - my Licenseand - wanted me. to. take up  the ground ; I authorized Edwards to put my  name;on the records;. I was sole owner in-the  Borealis coy; before/1 left the creek last season I had a conversation with Dodds; I wanted to sell my own interest; I wrote my brother to sell out and go home to his family; l'did  not-autborize him to sell out the Borealis claim;  I told him to sell out his interest in the Aurora; the Borealis co'y was not known when I  bought into the Aurora co'y; my brother .told  me this spring that ho had sold out, but that  he did not know at the time that the Borealis  co'y was mentioned in the Bill of Sale ; the  half share in the Aurora was in my brother's  name, and he had the whole control of it; my  brother proposed to let me have half his share  in the Aurora for the same price he paid for  it, which I accepted, but had no Bill of Sale;  I found out about a week ago, by looking at  the record, that the half interest in the Borealis was recorded in my name; I always supposed my name had been used in the original  record; I received dividends from the Aurora  when I was here; my brother gave me half of  the money he received as the proceeds of the  sale in-the Aurora-coy, $375; had he told me  that he so,ld the Borealis interest I should not  foreman of the work.  It was contended by. the defendants that as the char  ter required 600 feet of flume to'be constructed tbe Art  vear, and 1500 the second y^ar, and as the Flume Co'y  have been at work for two years and have only con-  structed 1360 feet, tbey had forfeited tbelr charter rights  and,that tho ground was liable to be pre-emptled by  any one.��������������� The Judge continued the case till Saturday  morning, Jn order, to consider the terms of. the charter.  M ^- :':':~ :---'t"i|i'-'' ��������� A'��������� '1; /;/Sat������rday, 26thMay.:/  .   Crouso Creek.FIume Co. vs. Anti Heron Co The de.  fen'dahts''.'cbunsel argndd that tho Flume Co'y were on  the same, foot Ing^with reepecMo tne.Sr rights tea miner,-  If they.failed to comply with the requirements of. their  charter miners had a right, to come in and deprive them  of it. Plaintiffs do not contend that tbey have complied with their lease, nor havcHh'ey' evetf applied 'for  extension of time to enable them to do so. DPendants  do not claim the two and a half miles of the'eompany's  ground, but only 600 feet; if they sought to void the  whole chartejp defendants would, have to give 30.day's  notice to the company.'/', ���������'���������    ��������� ..   '-,: ������������������    /  1 The plaintiff's argued; that if the ground iiir dispute  was covered by; their, charter they could not be depriv-  edof their rights without the necessary, notice of ao  days being given. It was for the /Government to void  their charter if they thought fit after the SO days notice.  '"��������� The Judge said I- have examined tho -terms of rth������  charter and considered the whole case, and find that I  have no power to deprive the Flume Co'y of any part  of their.ground; without giving them.30_dayi''.notice'.  I am very sorry for the miners, but I cannotgetover it.  If I deprive them of-600 feet I should have,.to deprive  them of the whole.' There is .not one Flume Co/ in the  country that has fulfilled the conditions of their charter. ;: My.:owti impression-'resjpecting.Flume/Oo'ys is  that they are more; prejudicial than beneficial to the interests of the country. Judgment for plaintiffs, each  party to pay their'own costs. Mr. Park for plaintiffa,  Mr. Robertson for defendacits. ���������>.        - ���������-  ,'������������������'������������������/ '���������������������������" CXBIBOO: MRAKETS.' ��������� .": /"���������.���������.  /  .   The market prices ��������� haye. varied but little  with one or; two; exceptions since our last general report���������flour is now selling at S36 ^100  lb8 ; butter, .S.l 25/; sugar, 50cts ; coffee,. $1 y  tea, $1 25.������ $175 ;bacon, 50cts; beans, 4.0cts;  tobacco, $2 S3 ������ $4 ; candles., $1 @$1 2'5;;  gum boots, $lfc ; mutton, 40 @ 45cte ;. beef,  30@35cts.      /   ./       :    .  ;i3y the arrival of Messi-s. Oppenheimer &.  Always trains at Van Winkle, there is a stock  of over 40,000 lbs of goods lying at that place,  which will be brought in here as soon as the  roads are open.   In a few days a trainbelong-  ing to Messrs. Oppenheimer & Co., which ia  now at the Mouth Quesnel, will be up with  25,000 tbs more; so that, our market will be  43  AfriU 'SfrS*.work.-Consolidated co'y (part  nel\L0l\BlX}e co^) 4 8haresy starting atun-  htlro? !Tl of eree* t0 ProspectlRapa-  ffl? 98PKCtmabackc������^^.-BagleycoV  kercX 1!^ watf 0fthe4 creek^The Bar-  {!L7������ 8 8h*res, 4 men at work, Mr. Shen-  wi aitch; intend sinking a new shaft. Bald-  pay in front ground.���������Iiaby co'y, 10 shares,  Chas. Malloy  foreman,  2 shifts, 12  men at  work; paying wages; they are waiting for  pack trains to come in with machinery for  working their lower ground.���������Dead Broke  co'y, Thos. Hardy foreman, 2 shifts, 13 men at  work; paying over S100 to the share per week.  ���������Prairie Flower co'y, 12 shares, Robt. Scarr  foreman, 2 shifts, 22 men at work on tunnel  and shaft; shaft paying 2pz. a day to the hand;  the tunnel is in about 500 feet, will wash from  tunnel next week.���������Prince of Wales co'y, Wm  Tucker foreman, 8 shares, 8 men at work; repairing shaft and getting pumps ready, will  lie washing in the course of another week. The  claims below this derive no benefit from the  bed rock drain.���������Rankin coJy, 4 shares, Mr.  Mills foreman, 4 men at work fixing wheel and  gearing.���������Bruce co'y, 4 shares, C. Hagaman  foreman, 4 men at work cleaning out tail race  preparatory to starting pumps.���������Elliott co'y,  Mr. Mills foreman, 4 men at work getting  ready to pump out.���������Adams co'y, 8 shares,  S. Mattice foreman, 2 shifts, 13 men at work ;  making over wages.-^Hart co'y, six shares,  Jas. Smith foreman, 1 shifty 6 men at work ;  pumping out will start washing on Tuesday.  ���������The Artesian co'y are busy pumping out  their diggings, will commence washing soon.  ���������Below this point no mining operations are  being carried on this season.  The Court hero adjourned till to-morrow, ia  order to afford plaintiff time to produce his  License for 186*4. '!,,,..  Saturday, 26th May.  A. Lewis vs. W. Stirling.���������Plaintiff produced his License, dated 29th June, 1865, which  did not correspond with the one by which the  claim was recorded the day previous.     /  This closed the case���������Defendant's counsel  summed up by submitting that there had been  sufficient evidence adduced to show that H B.  Lewis had power to sell the claims, and plaintiff had admitted that he shared in the proceeds;  lae therefore called for a noh-suit.;  .Plaintiff s counsel contended that it was not  necessary that a miner should have a License  when pre-empting, he might take up the ground  and get a License afterwards; the 17th section  of the Mining Act was quoted as governing  the case; the question was not whether a man  was a free miner at the timeground was taken  up but at the time a dispute occurred : this  was ruled by Chief Justice Begbie in the Chancery case Borealis co'y vs.Watson co'y.  The Judge said he did hot feel quite satisfied with Lewis' evidence;  there were many  strange circumstances connected with the case  which had a very disagreeable influence on|  his mind.   If plaintiff had gone to Stirling and  pretty well stocked  Messrs. Dole & Co. drove in 4 cattle, and  sheep the other day, which is all the stock of  meat in-the market at present.    ���������  Bio Bend.���������A number of men have arrived  here within the last few days from Big Bend  mines, who all unite in giving a very discouraging account from that section of the countryl  We are not without hope that these mines will  tu'rii'out^ood after the season is further advanced and when the snow is. disappeared so  as to enable the miners to prospect with some  degree of facility. We can all recollect of  the great stampede from Cariboo in 186'2, and  1863, under similar cireumstames, but was  that any criterion by which to judge the richness of the diggings ?  We should think not;  A Hard Case.���������-We understand that the  Davis co'y were notified by the Aurora co'y  on Tuesday last, that an application would bo  made to the; Judge of the Supreme Court at  Clinton, for an injunction to restrain them from  working certain ground in dispute. Only think  of compelling a company to travel 250 miles  at great expense and intxmvenience to oppose  an application to, stop them*from working  their claim at the very best part pf the season.  Truly we are a community that are more to  be pitied than envied. V  Ball.���������Mrs chines' Miners Ball and Concert  came off at Camerontown on tha/evening of  the 24th (Queen's birthday,) and was well attended; the music was first class and the dancing was kept up to a late hour in the morning*  everything passed off pleasantly.  MARRIED.���������On tho 27th January, 1860, at Mere-  worth Church, Kent, Frederick Seymour, Esq., Governor of British Columbia,; to Florence Maria, second  daughter of Sir Francis J Stapletpn, Bart.  DIED.���������In New Westminster; on the 14th instant,  nismma.   u P*������"J^. ^uguue iu ^mimg uuu, Eii2a^; wile of Mr: F. E Howiett.     .  offered to. refund nim tno money, and shown j   in the Royal Hospital; yew WestmiDrtflr;  a disposition to act in a striight forward man- ��������� last.; George R&������hieigh Com pert z. aged zs.  on tbo l"th  W  X:&  l::-.-y:.  yij  WSffiL,  p-^.'.-.'"i=  BmW.M������iWI������WI*WiaiWMWBIWWImtfW P,W L  /I   ;  r|  Wx  '���������^\ :  ",;"  M:  yyy  ,'   t-;i  yu'/y  *��������� xx cxsm^ $^&&^  ���������������>���������'$!  ���������   ��������� ,y.   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ISV.   .      ��������� .��������������������������� ������������������ --  VMX-y't'X  mXi  ?l|/:Y;|;;;||/g  , and.it 4^rentarkable what^,a(weight-he^an-re-  <J A woman is either w/)?# a good deal or,  nothings ifgoodbr nothing.-fihe,?a not,wprth:  gettingj'ealoukfor^if ,she is a"true woman'she  will glyeTtto5^sf fbr:j6a^ a  brute to be jealous of a good ,woman���������a fool  /to berjeafenCofia worthlessVb^ JmtrM^/a;  koubieifbol to; rout ;;Ms throat^forii either of  themVJ "���������" '    rmkX-y  ���������!���������?{$;������-,i ;t  '���������yyy  Uj&r'A locksmith died:onithe 8th March last,  cay.V   His^agej as stated in the Tegistrarjiwas-  lO^ye&rsiit, ,   ��������� *>>**,.- ~   t' ��������� / ��������� ���������-" ,   j ��������� xiKX:  ;.*Tnp. Us'ivERSAi������v.p)tACTicis of mlxjng. ;Chlcory i and'  other adiUteratives with Coffees-has very,much damag-  ^om^h^oi^  ^^^Iha^^^i^Iili^ order^is given,?; he  Iprbmptly-obeysj^and%hen^:^esired toffetch-a.  -;wlicrejte&a$to  and carries jit ^without breaking it/In>ddition  tof'-rehderlng cthis vassisthnce'tohis masteriin  ~.. r v-:v. ��������� ��������� ��������� i^*.*** ���������������*** /  liiiyejbeen/left bihindpi^hfehas^never/b!ee|i  ���������  known-to: fail fin; any - of^these^exgeditions^  -though some of them have been performed in  I   ihe/mght,; and under- considerable, difficulties.  v'   Perhapaithe most notable 'ofrthe animalfs-perr  : 'formfcrices^hbw^  the iWestwoodTrail-way station<>for.:small jiarr'  ;distanifrom;ihe housej^and^rfrdmfiit;the;j;dog;  fetches all the small>parcels^newspa^ersi'ahd  .   "-6uchlike;"that.mayJbe"sent there for; Mr. Dar-  /wettV;clea"ririg>the hedge's.^jad'fence| lonVthbJ  k the: officials on the- -platform)1 Scratches at'the  WXX:^  '   i  ���������iPiX-yy  ' -it./ *yery large/suing' of 'money;have/been"���������������&  fered for the dog by gentlemen wlio have been  /witnesses of the proofs of its intelligence; but'  eo useful and faithful does:Mr: Darwent find-it.  Ihat'he has! always, refuse&^^iB^bse^Qf'ii '������!;  '���������':'A case came:up in'Justice^Harris' ^Odurt, at;  /Dowmeyille, - a. short. time ,ag.o, m^whichrthe;  iiagacityrof a.bull-dog������was/v8hown.to, be but'  little .-shbrtibf reason. ' Theiwhole facts' of (the;  .plying nis youation naa-ocession to:g  *creljk Mih ^mule-load d^meat; -tii^ldbg>!cbn-^  itboatch ^Bheep' Mid ixbg&i patfght^;goat^by the  - 3i������il/an'd^^ arid:took  Mm-j6f??$. The"o^ners: of iihe^oat,"fseeing -the.  ' -attack, hurried oufc*^vith' gunsJto WlHhe..jd6g,;  . whichi his master in vain;tried to pro������ent/,by  m*������t Merihg' thentallg^he" ^money -he ;hadp and  ifidlng thatvOt-^ nj^avarl,lie offered^hh^mohey,  -r^^lffgl^-a^lTqtidr5 Is" obtained' 'of/the/^ost Inanse^tis  rtMteJ-ahUWa scenVthe 'mostnttbear>nl^//-Uh^|uca  circumstanceB' it :'ls,: evidently iiripprtqnti that ^all the  gases "a nd=-fluids' eitra'cted by /roasting should he ear^  rled-offvas-quickly jjs possiblej.Jn qrder.to prevent their  vfeturn''ing-again-to-tlie Collee,-, which,is thoicase-in-the  coEflced;cylinder/- -This; object{fafyw\rMy������$psm\.  ^n^heivb'^'-the'hew'ind-patent^  ^^a|eo: /hy/FELli:&;CO.|;Victoria/ in ;which'.tno^berry'  "indirectly^exposed to,the radfated/ h������a'^��������������������������� a4'd.thejV.apor  ^ractedcarricd>ou^instantanoonsly.-:lu addition to  the advantage f to ye derived by ��������� ffae^aplds remqyal������������������. of  .'tfieTstBahi- containing' the; obj ectibn^bl^ properties, -,the  5fure .aroina* of -.thelCofieeJs^retaihed^tihesessenUal/oil  being preaerved'aiid not" exhausted as in the Cylinder;  Roaster, where the -Coffee- is required to remain a much  . loh|er.'tim������"ln' consequence pf the\ stearning>Jtruntler^  goeaibyitbe .coiiflBed steam; |;ft Is:phemicaj.ly:vim^pssi  3i&aisMan ibura;/analCool^  ������Q-f'^m t XM '0J ^descriptioti^ ^-f Xn^ *> :��������� s'- j s.* ��������� - ���������  VJpTOEiaL J^ERTISEMENT^  GOyEEN^BNIvSTBEp������-^im>BU,ii,.-:  :l^T:ii3i.;  ^.���������JV-VKM.;?'':^";  WHOI/ES^m  GflrtODI^ GUiGHDN^  action"?iia/th'e elementary parts;irthicfi gradually/destroys  its fitness lbr drink/.. But ao retain tbe,:essenti,al oil  which It' contains/wi3 Have-it encasedinftiris cohtainingT  from 1 lb. to 28v-lbS;^%andfwhich fcan^be had from any  that they may U3e^ourxCoflfe^roastedt in;:the; Conical  Roaster, being recommended by all medical men under  whose /notice > it has-been 'brought^ and/by numerous  other-testiinoBials^n i ts/ favor,-..-., .FELL M-&OX  ������������������'-r'/'    ';;   '    Gofffee'Mercharits/vatesst*;,.-yict-prla.v  liijI^oet^d:v^rtisEmbn^  'w'-������^."ii������'��������� ���������'".';'; fa.i;','   ;'/"./ /'.'���������' ::'".".y.,     "X"^.-   .!��������������������������� "..-.!, ;--;  ^HOLESAIiB'iAiro - RETAIL: MBROHAKTS>  ���������<X.r xuiX'^x "QTJESNELMOIJTH^*teh^f* XX*x  Dealers in Provisions;;iiiqndfs'^^6!&accdV.'ftci  Xi XA good 8eieettbn'*oiE->l^qiMwSlTira^  xxr^M ^mM^MiMM  i>y  3(3^i;&&HEATH  I^Sip^feK^itS^^^^  .ahd'go.dd'Bads are now-prepared ;to;aflpr]l every .accom-  pHe'cl%itli'the best brands of 'Liquors'ilud'Separs v good  Stabling, Hay^;Oats^and.'BarUy. ;oJS������- The GHEAPE5T  i3^se^Qn1ihe>>ioaa.;; ;xXh l'>.X-h^ly-M^:t^';  ^HE nNBEKSIGNEDareibwmaunfacturihg FLOUR  : ofiallferades^Extray/Super^e^anji;^ae.f .Feed;  ;Cru3h'od;to'6rder.r;-/-j '���������':���������/:���������/���������/��������� ��������� /.,/������������������-. '. >��������� '--/. \:J.\:i:"l  ^ X   *-fe'- .'""' X1LIJOOET FLOUR-MILL-CO,y .   ^. ;  rifli^-;/? *Ji;.t"(- ������������������;>,--,i,'siv n.twi w^FoaTfiiiLiAgent.  :F/fc"Wy'-FbSTHHi;Agent,  '   ��������� - -���������'���������'.if������,r>""   '  . f->!     'EDWIN ;TYlMON^^-'-. '  ^L/������ Caps/?Boots? and- Shoes,1; .Garpetings^OU<*Cloths;  Walia'aper;f;&c^Qiiillooet>-; B. C <:-j-������. ^e-> -���������; ��������� ' ' !���������%.���������;  = Jured^^They^vpuld listen*' to^nb thing, Ijo^ever,  a nd^bbntinti^Sririj^-^ killed the  the .ibllowing story to showiwhy ^be^waf - so  much; atSach������d^td!the 'ddg^J He'said that some  ''���������!reMi'%race?^hfleTtravelli^^  left his dog to guard5 hi3s wago^a^d!w,ent;but  to,^iiat;: he", b^cattie -lostK and pandered, about  iintil h������e;*wasf ^scarcely a&K to^tandV/Zpn; Ihe  fiftn flay he- ^ad-given ''typi -^cdllii^p^slbf/^scttef-  and tap. ��������� lairt dpwri;tor-die..', SimetimS during  : the/d^'t^!dog^raaio; "hiini ^ayini^^aciled  4iim/te������OUgh^^  clog-: reachepT' him/ He was jSq; weak' ,as to. be  barely abie'.to; stand, and fie,'feit'that without  eom^hlugi^^at^  his Wa^on;/- The;.dog .appeared/to; opine.Jp. the  eame/conclusion jfor j after staying''with/him a  eiiort//time^/^liciifig-his ;hanusvand. facej he  b tar US off ^ cahgh t a rab bit, .'ahd brought jt and  laid It by h is m'asjer/who, after -eating sp me of  i%i'eltctrength enoagh to attempt to reach his  camp\ to which'his;dog led him." ��������� This it was  tiat made'him value the dog so highly;' There  "being lid evidence1 introduced 'to ���������sn^ow;thatthe l'  dbg was worth oyer $33', the Justice assessed  the damage at that1 figure, though to all ap1-  J;earances he ;felt ��������� as though- he \would; have  liked to'liave made it four times that amount;  "Wo felt a little for the defendants because they  did not get jnsti6'e; but it could not be avoided, ho we ver, aa the Court had no power to hang  either of them, ; .    ��������� ,,: " ';-;- :'Xi .*'������������������*��������� "���������" "''  ���������TAC^B'''Ml^TZ;vI^opHetorr>-.liasi-always{<.pn(  :t/s:ilMihd!.alarge and superiorl.stoc^pf ;ljager<Beer;;.at!  the Bar/will. be-found;. the;,,best .Bra.ndies,v.::Wjne8 and;  ^gaTS;'t&e}pubJjc-'a>S"invife^  illJdr4era;proinpUy/    / *��������� '-l] ���������*" ���������"���������*. ^    {i #&��������� -  SPELIvIAN ^arid -McKENZiE,' Broprietors.  '/ 'This/House is'.we'll-fitWd up/ with: G'opd.-,?Beds^'and  me;Bsr'-is-lUrhisne'd wi th^heJ;besM^or3>^Meals^&r^.  served Ut ail hours oh; the3estauraat>,]principl8i.j ��������� Sta-  blin^;for; Horses^ Horse, Fe.ed^&c,  '    ..    J. HJ^ORNER1^ CO..,,  'rtlV^' &M-llL������%.?tii\iiL^ c&L-JSL ������������������teZ^X* htm-  \''Receive regular supplies jby Espressivia Panama 3ta  M.^iijnp:yessels^iaCapev.!Hori|.T?p U".h\yv'* ni^'-  ''  j^g* Particular attention given to all order3������   /    ,"   ;  -���������i  ,.,., ILLIAM ZEIiNEB, .dealer in .Dkua8,Mn>j.  wV'V: ciNEs'ah'd'CriEM|0At8/Fancy ar(d Toilet/Artlciee  'Sponges^-BrushiesJ ���������?e>rumery]3rA:c<: ^Physicians'? pfe'.'  scriptions c.ftrefully..cpmpounded ? and* firdersfattSwerBil  ;wlth :care.and d|spatch.rj jXictpria ffifity. Vn&^i"  : PATTRICK'S "CORNER/^  ������.  i  .M.f;cv?;j.  /TmE/ROBERTSON^Wino andSpiHt MqS  ^���������/..phfrit.jyicwriaj^y^I^^i i^-.^ .^-j>.s?rijaj -.  '/;:;  '.rj>'  :BOOTS!'/BpOTSM^  -it  ti SAY-BAM!' How;;is- itiyour Bootb wear so* Ion?  .^and j:eep[ your feet .so. dry ? >, Because I ptfrchaaebr  *?fPA5S &<COi iForti jStree^-JVictprja^. iV; l^:is Fffesh  tl .^Gard,en ;and ,51eld;sS.3ed.^  ji'carefully/seleoted, stoq^/of/the;abqve^lrom tbe'bat  European"- aii^ AmericanMarkets: /The'^arly'ordeK'Jfx  th^if irfendsin^British 'Columbia- *SreJ 'sblicited/v e-p^..  iieRfer..^MQSiLs!cfii^{i^  lover \ and i Onion /Sa eds "ol ^ veryr/siiperior ��������� quail ty  'Frui^Tree'sland��������� B'uslies, /Evergreens/. ;sfifnbs,./Qre'eB...  noWse arid';0ardeh/;Pla'nts,v'$^n R% ���������  bf^every^varietyy ������ Catalogues on application *?������ "lip-  airy-and the -Badsvcanndt be surpassed forfclea.nl Iness  -and comfortiby ^nyi in .tho.lower.cduntTy;. the Tableds:  4lways,supplied/ with/the.,bestr/ot:victuals./, 'Stabling  for Horses r-HayJ Oats and^arley^cbVstaritly/on'hW  yv iy<\i<. V ,?'^^Y.9fU7f'-YM'''i*fl-/;.- j ** t'.S-t1'- vi -.-^ < ��������� >���������> < -^  w,  .T^EISTNIS MtJRPHTS^KoprieJor/f'r^ia^Hpuse;  ly., is. fnrnished r.with, evsry convani 5nce.-for,th.ef corn-  are'cleai iand'comi'ortab!e?;!������theiBar/tiontains>thb:besi;  of? tlquMsrSsga rs/'&c. v/ZStabUngi; Hay^ Barjey "$$ pats. ]  Jb^V'BKDDRI'OK,  :Xlii?:-:-large'-stock;'d{H ., _      , ,..   ,    , . ..........^.._..���������.  Best Rescript ton afweys on' hand;": also, ���������Nanaimo/;Eag.".  liShjlBlaOksmith-und tCannel -Coal;7:->Orders sent to  Union>wharft'}-?yi(5to>l^V;-iIt,;will; ������ceiye: immfdiat*  attention. y,. ;<r..,.^;, ,-c*;  yy: . y X:< ' '  ^"r^A  ''^���������lEN.liliE'S'-Hiot^ .^i  !iJ mentfSt^yictoria, T.I.^'opposite5Hote^de^Pran'cB.    |  Views ot CaritfOQ and-.Scenery throughout.rBritish,Col.  umbia, 'ihcii2ding-.views.6f thetbute ioBlg Bend/aiwaya  oh, hand at.liberal-rates;"' ri ���������** 'X*i r"'"' "^ v ;-i:g-.;  TTIBBEN &'CARSWELB,^Iiriportirig'B6ok.  Uir- SELLERS-&;STATIO^EttS, constttntlysuppUed;and  receiving rrom/best sou^fcesVBchpol^Standard-, andiltj.,  csllaneous'Boofcs^ an'd ;Swpja ;p nd-^ancy^St aiionory; i?i  ',all*its Branches^-''Corner Tatealtad;I������n^leystr������etji,  "Yictoria,i-Vancpuver-Island.^i,7. oiS --"-':*v--* 5i������ *-liSmr  he.  is^tepared to supplypiismumerou^  requisi ta for Olpthing/suitable i for/every flcason bf*th*  >P^MASr^TOIjSON^?eO.^Impbrt^  ^jlish^Ierchandize^ whoIeBal������?������n-l retriil, deiil^H la  jD^y Q^pD^v&c/jjtatesj^e^i/VicipH^^  ���������v;//^.-.^ >;.;. :?:-.:v?:/.j--��������� ftiter.,1ait-iTune next;fa.OovernmeatjStfect-,��������� opposite',the;  ^ il! "E-Tj Ti -J 1 ?anfk"?f 's^^^^Wfe'-'.i^'r' *",'. =,,7/'/ iz-xV-%':  %*���������  ifllfARfeES/NETJSbNV Proprietor;-^histoid  \y.'established?House:is well fittea������������������ up^for the.;comtorfc  of .-Travellers; .^the :Table;:.is;suppiie.d..,w;i th. the/best..of  everything .that:, can b.e^bad, a nd .tne'eobking is hot; in*,  fpribr to the best hotel' ih the lower country;' .Bedroom's  for ���������ipaib'ilie5.{>.tSta;bIinjg;l for/ Horses^ ���������Haraej-FefedjO^c;  The Express stops-here,  ,��������� XX, v-1-* ��������� ^vi-\i-t4^--  x:::xxBL^w^^mm. k  l)|73kr^liEkpteB"SbiT< ^egs ^ inform' h is' frietia e  STuV and; the travellings public; igenerallyi tHat-iie;has  token' theiabo^e/Banchi and? is prepared.tp supply; them  #;lth ;^irst���������;Clis3.Accommpdati9n,rX,Go'od",Stabli'ng for  horses'} Hay and Grain. .. r ���������..."    :'.; ���������: / ���������        v; /// 1-b. "' ���������  '-^4^-i^������^������-������   ' H       il'l-M  M���������" !���������''      II       ���������'   I   ���������   '   ���������*���������'���������������' I    I ���������    ^������^^��������� | ���������������������������   Ji'-*"������     ' ���������*' ' "  ;p<DRT;;B<5UGLAS/^  : i;%:/:MAGbON^Lb>S:;:;/'H  llffH. ilAGDONALD, Proprietor.; Miners and/  y Y-- others destined for-the Bridge River .Mines'Will  find every convenience and/accommodation afforded  them'.JJ G6bd'Beds. andJa Table' \yell!suppliod'with' all  the delicacies of the season.      ��������� -^ i"1:' --.-���������'     - -l-s '  BAGIG-AIjTJPE, Mergkant and Packer, .between Douglas andXillooet; /; Always on hand a  good-stock of Provisions',"&:c." ������������������'���������  -,: l-2m ���������  WMsJiMJkTSSQTSii :.?��������� owrWsB;. A������;vMcLEAN; x  jW������'������t Vi-v Sf^?ri^tQr������ ; ���������''���������. *������������������:"'������������������-��������� ' -4 -; '������������������������ Asent;  rpms/hotel'is1-large asd'well/fittedlrjp  !Jt;/ for' tbe;cora fort of/traveler's'; the. Table' is supplied  wittTtho best of- every thing/that/ can be prpcurtl^ and  thecbokingls";nptinferiortoiaDy,ontberoad; Bedrooms  fpr./famjlie;s;vStabljngj^payfvBarley and.Oats. /:;l-s ;?.  .TOQTEL l^FBANCE^^  XX., Bigne an ������. Pieere, Masoiet, ��������� Proprietori. ���������, i^Tlff^Ras-  purantis ;sUpplied!;withv  anl)rds.v-'in'the Bar 'willbe-ifdund the endlcfet Lzquom,  iFuriiishea Soo'ms, ^&c.n r'l &l "\r r: &V ^ii-> iTi-,() l-s a..  .^Wholesale' and Retail Dealer in'WINES, BRANDIES  BEERS,' anli^IilQUOKS&jjd^depot -of Havana Segtoi  Gbpp;si forwarded:; to:tho>Min[hgDistricts.r,;/v %y%ir .  ,,, Dealer in FuB8,:  Liberal advancesmad'a'  ^ y FRAiTKEIi^yictorta^V: f},  i������Jl* Sk:N8i;HrDBSi: Wool^&cj;^' Liber  on;Furs consigned; ;Rsfererice-i-Gi'; Sutro:& Co.-;;Spdr  borg & Rueff; iVictdria, V. Iv,, f i > r> -  t��������� -,.,; 0 *.- l?s.  . jl; LBERT CltySlifi'R'bas .bpenedittio above House for  Jlr.thevrec^ption:pf;tTrayell^rs; -:the .Tablei is well kept  and the ./Liquors/, ca nnqt ;,b e. ��������� surpassed r;; the B eels/ are  clean'and1 comfortable; ��������� Stabling for Horses,',Hay an'd  Oats/-  ; ���������   "-^������������������'' ���������    '���������  '/'���������/ l?   ��������� ���������������������������:><r������y i'P>. ������������������ <:y-^l^^.  % im^lOUSErDOU61iS'POBTA���������'  L;. SMITH: &/C0.,/ Proprietors. This House is  well flttod up for the accomaJodation of Travel-  Iers to the Bridge' River' Mine's. ' Good Beds,��������� Sti\bling.  (or Horses. Horse Feed, &c^ I A Stage runs twice a weok  between this house and Port Douglas on; tho arrival of  the steamers from below'and connects" with the Lakd  Boats for Lillooet. ��������� -        ��������� y ���������    %'���������}>&'"  ' iq."hhmi.������jii i. Hu.mawinniiaaBBM.il���������im  J' AME'S ^XJRON/.Proprietor.���������;.'. This comfnpdi:  buS Hotel is. well fitted up with* every convenience  for the comfort of the public; the''Beds; are" all that- a  weary traveller could desire; the Table is supplied, with  the best of fare; the Bar contains, the; choicest brands  of Liquors and Segars; good Stabling, Horse Feed, Oat^,'  Barley;/&c.'" ,   .'"^ ��������� '   '   ::: I-s ���������  MRS; HEINj^Milliner'& DaVstjrMAKfeR;;Goverbi���������  ItX -ment Street^ Viccorlap'V^ Ux All: klnds?oi' Millinery,  (rf/.tbe;latest]style -kept constantly on.;handi :, -Qrdew  fromi ;the country punctually attended to.*;"'.' X:^i'������r  pEiTERi: MfteuADE^lShopr^handleri and  J -^dealer in Paints,- Oils,-end/Window; Glass; n 'Alway?  antt:;Canva.ss.;r.. i^hajj_  on hajjd--a large stock of .Rope.  Street;Victoria,T;;i;/;'/; -;*;lf ^'-  1-Sinr  TAI SOONCr. :&J O.0i, iCommissio'nfMerchants^ Im- .  (,i>';rte'r's.'ari d iDealersvin ;Cbiheee'.'abd(isV. Bice;- 'Sugar,'"  Coal jn. the .. Fatjcland . Is^anos.-t-A iecon d  very important discovery ��������� of.coal, has been  .rbatle'in the eastern; island. of.' thai valuable  British possession,. the /Falkland jsies.. The  coal seems to be'different to that found by Mr.  Rams<?y Cooke, R.1 N.j in 1863,being Ifigiily'bit-  sxmboua, ..aiid promises, to b.e ,an- excellent  ���������flaming coal'for stearaers. ��������� These discoveries  have-very great importance in consideration  of the advantageous situation of these- fine is-  3 j'nds as a naval arfd coaling station for steam-  cri/.to and frc in. the .Pacific.-;":. '���������   \  . /BSP'-If-jon'Traat gcodC^ffee use.Fell's.  'NEW/WESM  !;;.;-f";,wHVck>:s: hotel, ;-%;r  T TTTONSQUARErNe-w���������Wesiahinster.B.b:  Li .now occupied.by W./E. STEIN. "The" above favorably known'house'is now open to the-public;. tbff-Bar  is constantly supplied with the .choicest .brands of  Liquors.and,Segars, .,- =, s.;./"-,-  GLARKSOX k C0.,: Dealers in. Books, Stationery,  Miisic and Musical Instruments,' NEWS ' AGENTS,  &c , Columbia Street; New; 'Westminster/'' ���������   "     ' s  ' ',  LORENZO ��������� IiEARTO, .Proprietor.- ������������������ This house  affords every, accommbdation' for the cpmfori of  Travellers; theT^ble is furnished with.all the delicacies  of the season, aud .the Bar is stocked with the choicest  of Wines,.Brandies & Segars; good stabling for hordes;  Hay, Barley and Oats constantly on hand at low rates.  Newly m'illed Flour for sale choap!     ������������������-������������������'������������������-���������      i-s -  /Tlie" Bonaparte Houses  QEMLEN & PARKE,' .Proprietors., at ;the  m Junction of the-Cariboo, and Big Bend Roads, is  upjv open'; Tor the accommodation of the public.   Dis-  tancei'rom Clinton, 2d milos; from Sa van as Steamboat  Landing,-'22 miles;1' from Spence's Bridge; 30 miles.  Travellers will find prices.and accommodations to suit.  the times.. Give them a.call. Stabling,. Hay.& Grain;  attentive hostlers. Stage loaves here twice a week' Tor  Big Bend and vale, a nd once a week for Cariboo     ,l'-s  OrON-.'& 00., Importers ^and Dealers in ail  kinds of Chinese GooJs and Provisions, Rice, Sur  gar, Teas, ko. j/Cormoraiit.Street, -west of Government,  Victbria^V.,I.'      //.~i:; ,'���������'. . CHi^KAV^Kahager.;/  Er WATSON, "Watchmaker,������ Jeweler  ��������� and Engraver. Yates street, above Gov������  eminent street, Victoria, V.; j.    " '.' /l-s;';  W-ILSQN; &a!MURRAY,: Grooebs, - -Provibio^  Wine & Spirit Merchants, Bakers & Confectioners,  Fort Street,' Victoria, V, i;   /. ; '��������� /   ��������� : . ���������''.l;f '  DPORBOBG & RUEFF, ' Commission Mer-  O vCHANTS, Wholesale, Dealers in.'.Groceries,.'Pwn*  sioys, Boors; & Shoes, Wharf-street, Victoria, V. I.  V*  f EWIS LEWIS,- Clothier, Yates Street, Victoria,  Ju opposite'the Bank:.or: British North'America; . l-s  T,*^ MALLAN-DAINB.COIXEGTbK c; GENERAL AGENT  fji fjovorntxen?  str^t. Victoria, VaRCouvof feland.  E  JlvIESSRS. -CORNWALL'S.  AT THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, half-way between  IX Spence's Bridge and, Clinton, en. the Yalo Route,  Travellers will find Good Accommodation. The best of  living, of Liquors, and of Wines Fresh Butter, U\V*  t n-i r������%?.taw 91.   ������cod Stab!iag an4 cb*������p fesd.     U  QPROAT <te CO., {iat'c Anderson & Oo..)' ���������Iairo^*'  O and CojiMJssiOJf Merohasts, Store Street,'Victoriat  V/i; ;,'-,.,.:/ .,;.: ':.... ;.-���������...   yy-L.i ���������������������������: '..]  fr..;ui" l*s"1  G'' SUTRO & CO., Importers anp Deaiers p  ;/ CIGARS/TOBACCO, Meershaum Pipes, ������o^.'b &  corner.of rates.and Wharf.street, Victoria;   ;:��������� v:  fi  " ; B. HAGG-IN, Physioiaw & Surgeon, nearW  w her of yatcs and Government Sts., Victoria, v. i������  P'IER,CE & 'SEYMOUR, dealers iu/BpnWf *  i.   Forfitu RE, Broad Street, Victoday 'V. I.     ' XX  nAlRE-& G-RANCINI, Hardware & Clocke������t  V: Merohasts, Wharf Street, Victoria, V.J. Xjtj&  fj^NBiRSON. iuid BURN-ABY* MsRCiU'f'  II   WV.������r!-sfre������������. V.icToria, V...1. J.- <***���< fiK��s> *.'����"-
^MOKDA^t^AtY^S/ ^��6%
,'"/ �����������* ^<l^r^W^a.;"0o^iSs^)\M//
<     ^ >'  ** fyaalf,2itrrMay,I866. '
JamesA. Tajs^s* Jame9 ^Strain.���This was
acase for /tlie ?��ei5fimSn<*of. defendant from
���yfmBm^^"yi^^!^y^. X VJ' . vh  X
James A. Tays sworn���I claim a full inter-
eat intbe Dutp^BilVGor'v.f InbQiighfc(it-fern
John 0am,wjfo boiighi;ii flomJRatrl^klO'Brien;
my purchase was made in San/Francisco, -on
himself identified* the/ signatures, gf both ,.
gave Caitf^M "tecaiib fct^herclaim;/! was
wp!1 aware at the time that O'Brien bad a .Lii
well aware.,^ _ ,._, .,.,.,,,,..
cense -j SI ha ve'im co < exam i nea Tthe iReeord.
! Books and found it recorded; I have also seen
er last//;/^The^Ju^ge remaked"i^at"ras
the New Zeal^nd^G6:J,had' beeii wbrking industriously //and; / perseyerjngly; -?for ~thfc;:iaSt
three years and tHaKthe Hood Tunnel Co.,on
the %hieti ha^ ihaU; been Uaid'6 veSfrbni time
tati^and;h^
hje wpuid/ therefore order"/the defendants; to
be ejedted from the ground and/ pay/ costs of
Courts Mr> Robertson*^
for defendants;^
Jand^Pfeworced (bn/thej
claim i^reseiit^^ilj Slist .iJJBfoSV^^
,&e;<^mmyse^  ^_ B9^^fe .
fwo meri^lwa^sjto^ and tbeie- ^#4|{fffir��T &?"^.%SS^rft.,'*^ ���*'^***;,"���/'
were relieved; when anyfching^went wrong all ���'/ ������ ?;j||&AIT&^M&E^
h^i^s^werfocMle^^ tt^-^ ^'.��w^��.^i^^���,-:���- v.v.'i-- v.. .^l,-,,---^ -
,watcbin��; the, claim j i was; unworkable sunder
,groundMter/22^ .......
fcerandwa^
&attfab claims ^&// rJBRi*esp^te id; ;;fiil.; ;tne; / Slst-
:*J< St^^-?-Vj^in>t--^ri^s-^a ir?#*.::
03K|pTil a ting!- L i���� arm!
,i ^CAMBRONT0N,i.WILIIAMS'"ORBBKi-iu $<j |
T" iSEItiiai -bP'StiistSl^
��� / S^aivmonth;, 4bo?3��400, vplum es ,of/ New;; Works
h*yt8JP?.'.^b^.*!^
and;Mear^e^
subsmbe;   o^x^X^*w.^.\1/*.',^^^v .���->/..>- >hh,���
. 'tli
^J /^/^CWi^tiwer^to'In'oreaa��.)" &   "���
I��UFT5^]^ ���'���/
was completed.
������:,-' Byi defendant^Mrl;BaUe>rwas fone*of 4hej
parties who re-re-bprde'irthe 1 ground and took]
out-OiBrienj'sJiicens.eiJjw^/i^ hrrXLZ Xy I
^Nicolas Bailey-sworn^I and/C. Godd^madfe)
the re-record of -the grolind and-ltook butf0*-
Brieu?s"i3icen3c on the lsf June;'1���65;/ O'Brien
TTBis here in 1864,and/forked' tbe-claim.
The defence set up was that O'Brien was
living in another country, and'coXild rid^there-
���fbreJholtt^dr%e^reserit a-claim here> and -that
those who had represented him here bad no
Power of Attorney to da so* ' t..   t  ./
.-Th.e/i|jJdi^''^ginjrfcSd/.tfi'a^afe
��ed tlia!t 15 .'Brief w^:a;Free^inep^       timei
he made the transferr6f^' the claim^tb ��� piaintiff;
that^he .claim, ha v
completion of Jhe-Bed- Rock 'Mume,'did;^not
���n'ecessarily- compel '��hini "toj remaitehereF and
c-A^Le.wl�� ys,-: Jif. Stirlmg.--*This action ^was
brbiighrto- recover' one-half interest in'Hhe
.Borealis Co^ebl^ by Li^B.'Lewis to defendi
ant without authority;i?      '   ;^//      v ;������ --r.{
Go^y last season ; the claims/was;; laid; over.all
season";-in^^/oonsequence; :pf vG^ncVry/suit^1!
;ttq^^drew^^s/^ ^nis/brptner Langley
Lewie;; i l^&kwnthat?&^^ .; the^
^Borealis claim through his >brother1;.:S^dh'iiid-!
ered-Langle^;I^wis^as*represen^
I own^in ihe' Aurorajndire^Uy^L^gley/L'evniB!
owned intthe Aurora; Langley Lewis toldine;
he had/sold Msr ^nterest^in^bpth claims to aj
Jei^^this" wasliatein-tne season; he quit work-j
ing^he claimi-.af^z&at;^^
notlbn/th^Sr^e^atrQiis^tlitaD-'fi-
pay
Mr. Walkent fb^la4htiffi|30Ai!^
Capti^Travalli6t#s G^Eellairir-Tiiisilas an
action for the ejectment of defendant from one
half Jhare in the /Simmies GoVwlliams creek,
alleged to have beemjumped; evidence w;as
brought to show that the,eiaira was laid over
from ist Jfineib^Oc^^^
press condition th at a rtuhne 1 should be run
after that date >;plaintiffdid' not^present tbe
ground after the>lst QctoberyHor~tiid"he pay
assessments;; defendant-bad'-beemworking all
winter /unmolested; and���*. unchalfan^ed; ��������� The
Court thereforefgavejudgeMentfor defendant
Alex. Sneddon vs^Sneddon Tunnel Co'y.
^ronsf^reekfpeS IpHtt^hihsbn^foremin^
Tiiw was a'suit calling oh'defendntes^tb show
���cause why tbey^h^uidmotarjinsfer one full,
oqual share or interest in that co'y to plaintiff.
Flamtiff admitted.tbst only a verbal promise
was giwn b^^efendftafe when^ffiey^tmeintb
^!oG0ld.tlelds Act'i8��5- as applicable to the
case, which was -sustained-by-the eourtr and
ltee ?^SS^.Sn' *Jr gf��uod of -no cause
A^Co-fjDonkUM Galch, vs. The
on defendants to show caase why,they should'
no b8 ejected from 400 .feet of mining ground
claimed by pla ntiffs. . ThB ��i���j�����*. 5S?1"..
Sib/ llaiDlff3- ' The PlamtiWs pfea-was
Sent l^��0ktti' ^ er��H��din dispute on 20th
feept, 1865; andrepresented. it till, the laying
21st^?\EDdiu^ reP^sented it agairi on'
21st May.inst., and that defendants fl���Jfn~ fS"
:(pnllthD^^er;:iytj;i,4te�� th^
-close season
swora   Im fW��rk^-H^ ground.' E. Owens
I?nnE*~  X foreman;of the New Zealand Co ���
off tie 8yp^^��^?to Wd Zteiil
lines  Inn* ,V ��* ^i^S -fche ^wZeakad Co?s
Sd ^te ^ees ^b0?h e^s of;the
zotm!k U   -2?S ��^��fe^.;when the diffffihcra
iQffour oi!-      ^pe?fc over S^,000; prospect*
���   ^^wsTOrn-^AmftnowtiwintheNcV
yVJtibii-Pdlmere.rlwoH
BorealisiGo?y^ plaintiff called ion me on 21st!
inst. to know if hirsbare^as represented^ Ii
refused.ta^ognizeAim4s*a-pa^
satisfiedthai h^edid: not /O^p-^njtb^ cp'y; A.;
-Ijewisibwrieda-'quartersharein ihe^iirorc&'
||qrealis X3o?yj%rough ;h'is bro^r^and:; re^ei^-
6d"dividends*Jrbm Aurora; had half share between them ��� in -.each'cb :j; ^think .A- Lewis left
the creek incept.;- mere were 'dividends after
he left, from rthejA^rora^co'y;, Ivwas not fware
thatlAi; Lawis^owijedr in jthe^Boreaiis'cb'y'un?]
' thissgringj* f ;ldokin^r^Stir��L
ling as the present owner^q^
the Bor^is/cbly;' ;witb refer^ncWtothe'redoroV
of;the/06xealisico^of 28^June/l^:I,t^nk
tnat De^inewas cb^sed.i?lien^a:miae^y'as
we had so many law suits bii hand at the time.
Witness wai^h^easked'if he ffiougfit that the
wcprd��ttade^^
were irregular or illegal ? ��� ^Aifcw^I( fchiiiS
th e prey ioiis recbrSs./wer^e ��� eiibttglrfpjc; al^gurj-
pioses^: :l''dott't feQbw/^e/:bb(ject -'df^we^SeoreS
tary in^making>ttie.record of/2S&iJune^-several -parties are holding in trust for btners in
the Borealis eo^. 0. | :f\ 0.; Mf/'<'
Mr. Dodd swom���I Iniow^the Xewis brothers; I had a conversation with A. Lewis last
falljche.refjuestedme t��puwh^e^niB^laini;in
;the Aurora^ andbsaidi;#f���> yon-feel like buying
:talk. to my brother Lang, any,bargaiu.you.can
���make;with 'him will be all right \*?* he said;,he
[wasgoing to leavet*tlie^country for good; I
iwas present when Stirling purchased from L.
B. Lewis;,1 witnessed the Bill of Sale; (shown,
BUI- of Sale and identified it)^ know the money
was paid for the claim; I looked on L. B. Lewis
ha^mg#;rigbt; tb sell from what A/ Lewis Void
me pr^vipuslyI'I did not tell'*Stirling'about
A. Lewis* conversatiod with5 -me about selling;
claims In Borealis and Aurora/ were'selling
last fall very cheap j Stirling and I '.were partners in different claims. -. .   r /.; ~ r ./,
Mr/Strouss sworh---I "bwni in We: borealis
eo'y; FpurctiaBed a half share in the Aurora
and IJorealis co^y from L. B. Lewis for myself
and Stirling; -I took a Bill of Sale].1 L. B. Lewis
applied to me to purchase, and fixed the price
at $750^ Ipaid the money td Mm myself on-
the 3d Oct., 1865; know that L.B.Lewis al-s
ways' received dividends from Aurora and
worked in that claim; Mr. Dodd told me it was
safe to buy; first Bill of Sale wasmade out for
the Aurora only ; another was made out for
Aurora and Borealis and the first one torn
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-.Meals ^rea^jr. atfalt&oiir&^ X^X4*
m, SCOILAND^IHE. BKITISH; LINEN .Xpr^SASB:'-'
ON ENGX4KD-THE BAXZ OF^ BRITISH COIiTOBul
leB8;th��n.,QnB..Hun^T.(i4'Dollars^qzfe-i^;^'i,in    o^.x  .-��������,:
- xBills Discounted ari^Colleoted; and Bills of ixcfaan^s
'^M^V^tai^^Sin|ran^^ ;'
oo��SQCi.yr';-.\:'-~^j'i',:"'-;if-- '-.y.'-'.y.'yr. yf.*-.- v'-.-t-..",.;,v;-^^'..���^-������������������j'.-v--^.'.������-.-^, ���������..'   ������������;"-
ivGOTe^m^t-^iid^otber/Securifi^YecMvail /-
,cnstody; Jnter^! 5 and-Divaeade- cgllected^"./ ^ .fciH; //
^^0.^;/>i;/rf   m'-^SMr'^~Tir^lX:.rrrry )^jn^'--\
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*��''/ ./';���,'..: Storage and Commission. ���.  , ,4 - \b ,:
I    ^QHEN ^HOFFMAN/    " 'Jj
'���'���'l)E^fe^N:-5^'/^';;'i':M/;i''^
A large/supply of; Liipias' ;G^blD��.pft^e';TP^-
// THB BANK OJ
""_ ' :.'":: A .'m:^\ ���������''''���ii'ii'lM-   '   '���' Cr-'-' ������'���,
.���j/ii';: : ��:,<*,*fS'r.' ���';'���-'.' ���
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, DBAFT5, ISSUED * on^ London, ->S<& vToirk^Sas Ffaa7 ;
Cisco,'Caritioo, Canada,-, N.^w.. Brans wick, Nova Scotia,
'^'d*qa*-'iflHh'ft%;��ancti^^
iaadJani. FrovincialB2iik of >IrelanJ;'- �����' ��� >���'��� "���' wJ '* *^>^
-iBiil^^of ?Exo^a}iifc':an^GbI& ?urcliaas^i?/
������'?) interest-dh'���Special BSpdHtslof ^Mbney/aiibwea J&t- the-."' .=
rateof^Qiiarttirof one per cent, per month.     jd[ ,**,x
jGouj Ddst Melted andfAssayed,: and retuma aaaa*
wiibin 24,liqursm;Co^or/Ba;rs<.;^./ ������?! f>-^.:- .*������;-..;< -^V.:^-
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BAB^R^ItXEr^yoiningit^ft^        GflBce.//,/
^'WILLIAM;VWINNARD,'  ^ /
"���-    BABKERVlLtE:
M. J.  BLAGKMAN,
BARKERVILLE.
up: both L. B. Lewis and, Stirling suggested
this} a sale of an interest' inv the Aiirtira we
considered among shareholders Jo include the
Borealitfco'y also^ ��� /   "'/; ���'" '���-//  '^ ���'i''',:";'
Mr. McGormick swbrn~^A. Lewis authorized
his brother. L. B. Lewis to act for him after he
left the creek ; this authority extended to the
selling of the claim ; I saw it in a letter from
A. Lewis, which I read, telling him to sell out
of the Aurora and Borealis companies : this
letter was dated at Victoria iri the end ot August or Sept.; it is now destroyed, r
Mr. Stirling sworn���A.' Lewis never asked
me to give up the claim before* this suit; he
never apoke to me about it since ho came.-up:;
��� [rontiauoden THrt ?*$*-']'
BARKERVILLE BREWERY.
B.  dhanceiiier & Co.,
BREWiSRS.
Tor 'Assay will b�� carefully attended i6. ������'..
���-.������'��� X'y>; .f^/'U;fJ.;^SHEPESED^S4ansger;
.;Victoria;-V.I, April;;1866.;^^/-^ . ���    " 1^6 ' '
BARNAR^B
Connecting'at LiUbdet and'Yaler with- bl;EtZ;#*
\; ;NELS0NvS.'for New .Westminsteri& Victoria-,! ! {5 m?r
W" ILL ARRXVE; AJfD/DEPART :fromrthe;'/offlc>/Ja;
B arkerville, to; connect- with th e steam er'-��� *En-J
iarprise^atQa^n^Imouth, andi-the,.STAGER at Soda/
Creek', EVERY V/"EEK, conveyingTbb/scrb,Lbt*.
ters uad V^tuABifis for all parts'of the 'world. / Also,,
Commis?ioas ridMved ��� and - forwariled by JBxpress "tofl
the collection of/Notes,. Bills and the purchase of.- ariU..
cles to bo obtained at New-Westminster, Victoria,' Saa,
Francisco or enrbute, and returns made.with dispatch..,
-'���������'������        i  JOEN'B^LOVELL, '   '
.!�����.
Agehti Barkervill*.-
LEWIS, WILDE,;:
Bo ot ajid/S ho e Ma kirft
;';l.  ./-.,/-- ,BA-RKE.R.yiLL-Ev/'-/;/^//-l"/
JAMES   RURDiEj,
���BLACKSMITH,
-  RICHFIELI).        ,        .1  .
HENRY   SCHORt-INQ,/ /
./' ;;;VA^.WIXKLS,vv -. 'V ' S::. '.
Dealer in all kinds of Provisions, Clothing,&c.
^��-.Stablins-fwr K(W95;; Ha jr. /Bffirt��y>��d -.,Oa,�� al-
nrn.vji.cB Hubd, ,;,  -  -.,. -        -:
. Important; to, Miners!
 The undersigned -is prepared ter
CLEAN BLACK SAND, BLOWING^JLM>'-
��� ���";. /,/i/;."r';/i^Ni^GS,;r';:;:/v; -v. /,,;,.,
Oh Conimissioh', or'ivili; purchase any..qji"antUy oa tb��.
��� :.Xrj .:.'������.������ mosT'LiberalTJSRMsi'at the* Vv *���_'.!."���".",''!.'
Beading Room, Camerpnton, "'//"/ "'''
The Subscriber is well Known on ^VilliaTOs"- Creek/ ���'��.*..
from the confidenco: reposed in him-.lastiFall- in;th*.<
above buyihess, ho hopos, to receive the��������� patrpnago $��'������
the Mtn ink communl ty; the ensuing sea son ^
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will be.prep.ired tQ execute. Surveys and ��� trinsfloV ���
a General Agency Business'., ��� /' ���   .JOIIN MOKRItf,....
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TELEGRAPHIC.
��� ��� ��� y rr : MONDAY MAYp8;:1
���y;-t-/'-'/:-^--,V'^::j>,^-:.J  /--j:- -w
1866/
.-��:,'.
^ST" Owing io^ie-ttength of our Mining
^^pm^ry," reports of-(Miwag^sesJ et&^ptir
dence are< held over to, our next issue.
���*T7V���.*���''*.���'
��� >wn��-wi*
p��W"-w ^rTi
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To thjb^ih^^^
StBj���tOur interests /as/miners, in Cariboo
-, makes/us^all -en&eavoiS^to&iearn something of.
^h^'hiinin^laws atfd^e^
Each miner/ wbefifti^iite^ the Fraser, is told
/   /that he ^:Illurt^9<TOply;��� jvith^'tterlaisr,-- 'that he
%nay hoia/^is^
, himself ;df "the jgold in'it: / First h\ must get
(hW��Ucense,::then"-get Ma claim bystaking-it off
;    -and recordingpit, or/purchasing and/recording
"/./"    hiahDill of salel/tiieri/ as//time passes!ony he
^r   must ^^T^v^^a^^r^ui^^ 'of
��� 1 aw, such"' as/registering,* keeping up the ��� record^ renewing license, ,;e|c.,; After���dpihg,.all
'this b^natur^lly .think^htfiiS' safft^WnTcV^e'
���,,. has a good ^ftle to Tils CTound which the Courts
-of-tee-Colony wilbrespecteandhe thinks too,
ithat all he-'has^one^imthexway^of%ettingdi-
cense, ..staking, recording, representing, - etc
Xirigiy paid his^little ��� poundr and, half-pound^
^lievea/gave'himperfect1 right toivhis;ciaim;
High' Court>-ofi Chancery-' exists^in-^this^Cot'
;. . any? and j;hewjJudge of; that court' tells" us
m -a���decision^ giver/ at !Kew /Westminster,
that Registration "and'f representation - are'S'mat-
ters.of secondary importance, in perfecting
and securing :bur titles to^mining, claims. Then
it a jBiiner has not properl j rec orded- or. iq-
���rt��*liaoWfiif{f"-4ti(3*a1 fiifn'?'&firi: "Unirta'."rtha."'-~a\oa   line
^���'.���::^(S&eciarDispatcb!to/.the;.CABiBoo Sbjotk'sl;')   v/
"(    -^     ������ -     \ r X^ ������- ���  ^:ii"  ���      -i
^���Caishei^efcA^
Columbia" furnishes ��� as with^threlfpllowing Ft
y On /Mondayj/the-i2Lstf rwiile a party of:15
were^oi the'way So^n' "thC/G^luaibla in/ a
larg��:boatdt"capsizedmnd^the following .per^*
sons*;wer^^owne^:^^MiU^,.Eobt/^M
tii^.^irbWsL Deport^Gahad'a ; Win/ Cald--
well^N. B,^J.G.^IcKeill> N.;;B: RichardHar-
vey/Cbtwffl'En%]in3l;.rE^
Golds^orthy, ->Wra;< -Richard^ ^Victoria | W,
H^ckihg/Littla JoeyrKkmloppsv;^ E^jDonnell,
A. ,C- Trim, Oregon^ and two Frenchmen. .; :
-;  NeWvYorfc? May4���tlS^teame^torn lyings
European advices^o;,:Ma^J6^
im&a0:&^
'.":.^ The\Bank^of France has fi^^f^^he'rate,
of discount io 6 percent. : i^8sia;^'.deciai^���,
ed to; the Diet I: warlike /pr��ojpbsiti6nslbn \fief
piittfor/dofences/ .iAustrian/reply to theyaft^rAsisian
nite'xonciliatbry/; but objects tq^djsarmament under
present.^iriunwt^nc6s.^WM     preparatlens fwill bo
pressed forward., ���,; Popular vdomoast^atiocs- had taken
-place. ,i# ��,.,A;. :���'�����--r- - .j ...VA-f> > '.-*> ri- --v ^'--: "l .���<
2>: ^aris;/May 5 th. ^-Energetic'remons trahces'iin'ad^ rela-
.iiVe-tp'A'uBtraih^
;|^i^id.i*Ue'tiEbi'h'^d,!;tb maint'ain"stnStlyrdefchcesjof
lrojxtij^i /iJ'raace^ accepted explanation ; result, mu ���
tual..3dejr3.1ia^dinfcX"^���
������:��� Hope, May 23rd.~-A letter; received here/ from Fort
Shephard, datud'the 6thMay,'States that/the country
around <there\was-still"covered^^with-show/~'J Provisions
were high j flour, 6,0 to 80 cents ��� bacon, $2 B jfc, and
everything elsejin/propdrtiqri^ *JTho^mines about Fort;
>"The steamer VW.was;plying;regularly between LiW
tie Dalles, 20 miles below"iFOrt""Sheppliard, and Death
'-"" ^m ��� " ' ���"'"     ���    " ���"" ���"������    "
get infatuated tffith w*mfen andj;�� huf dy-gur*
dies V} old menj as well al^oung^inarried and'
single j but, then, "Love is like the measles, all
t��e worse when/it cbmes'late in life;?if:"   ' ���
:c;Tiiankfiii:ftr/ eari^mercies^:t^:n��^^
: r. r rr; ram^p^tenippre, -'; \ '������'��� / ://���
a ' ��� //fu.',/ j -Sr. Paterkamiltis.
;    CAkEfiONTOWNft
>
&>Xbe fipld Gdmmissi^neir hael issued/a
noticeforbidrfingtheerectioirof dams across
'the!^hMtfetbfthe;'ctfeek^
^moval'of^those'that may'"'at/ present obstruct
'.ilO'iJW
Hi3E x^ raE^Ci^EKw^^ast'evening the^c^
=wasj assuming a very; threatening" appearance",
caused ,by the efiec^ of the smmer^like!-heat
through the day "on the'snow^0 '.Kr? ? fr
rilHE. UNBERSIGNED HAS OPENED /THE iM>
l""Hotel "ejia"3estauTant7aad nswwTfcbtoJ
to receive Boarders by the week or day.^.; "I-.*V I.
/��� j^r" A first-class COOK has been engaged ir1 P ������ "
Purtie^wishingjto Board out this season will n��d it
to'tJieir/ad vantage 'to'giy e hinva callpas'liig rfiouse fn
.cleanliness, lattention to; custtomers:, and agoodTahu
cannot be excelled;,.   . \r ~-Xi i' V ��.'- ;'��� '��� "'* !-'/ ��� '
1
j^Coflee^XUhops^aad. Steaks /at oulumn
^    ^���^rr"-^;'',ALEX.'I).;McINNESrProD'r
Lfewu advertisements; x
���V v; j ',
-Vf.
ba;^yup/tb Garibpo/frpm/cpmmehcemehtbfiiihesea^
son to rHay 20this. 409; Chinamen, 517. Passing down
from-Cariboo, en routeTorBig, Bend,;200. ,'X
ng it with; any
bosuitably, rewarded;
���FP THE/STAGE; BETKEENiBLUE/TENT. ANi?,160
;E,;\C./QiLLETf|^
;*..;jV: 5 r.".-/." r .3DAMERONTOWN: ^��� r'v./.;. -. >���;';.. ;. j.?;
w'SuId TieTeady to leaved on the arrival of his stage with
the mail on Saturday, <26thinst.; ���+ '?t '">';* ���"
/:* .'inetai to get into 'Chancery,,and .that. High
Oaurt-wiU.givehim4,eliei%by-giving- him the
ground..   This:being,the case, can you ,en-
been receivediromCapt. |tfouat: -  ,.     ;..    .^^
���: .^^ha^'ethe^leasuTa of inforaiingyou/tliat'the^team-!
W^^"Marten "'Will maKevh^first"tf ig this day^aV nooii ;*
commencing regular trips.on Saturday, next/ on the receipt 0fi-tM!ihaiLvS*i./tj^s-v?^f/^sJi^.W^ ./.;
[No further Eastern newsj line down ag;ain.]   '���.
f     THE .24a!HfINi GAMER0NTOWN.
iCfal patronagevbestowed bn\thB Mirie��l^all &��� Concert/
given- by^her on the hight of the 24thvihst,' the success
of which/was. all that she could .desire;,,,. , *��- ���. , r i;i.
. ^- %���" l-,*->-.^^.^',-V"-;//""t\',MARY"XlCLtJNBSLv-
"���'Caraerontown; 26thfMay, i860.      ' - "   '' 7//"
iBcg^^aUi4h��iattentioni.Gf^ Miners aM^thsft-l
i-~-' to' their 'full assortment of SUPER^dR^ GOODS r;
.,v':-/; v .a^.rw. isi ^which���;Will*-be/-8eld^^ Oivc'^aMr/-;-
..._.,.. S'i:^p*we;sJ'
tomako room for a NEW/STOCK to arrive so goon u
V-��������. ;-<..,/-the^Roadsareopea^y Krl^--'^^^/���
JSSf",Liberal allowanca'if'Will^ehmale^to-
nostaurant and.Hotel Keepers and the Trade generally
ontlarge orders.|^^- rmt'y :.X':lZ.r'%-^ -X^r'n yi * ���
**&(<
u^n^hese-stirring mn-d^ercltlh^^
FenianiBm;is, .Jampant C^liroughoutHerMajes*
'i"rr'a'''r\ A'nr��t*il/\lniCi' Vin-fV*' '"n'i-"' ti'irvrin ri1':'-'** ti'A 'S"i%Vi'ii��vJ J       2'iL'
er^^fiwWr^and^undo^b^
fully in the breves; ofj$m gemote/corner of
lighten your^^
esj'ej}rail����ecessa t^eV tiflC tp��a and-Stripes' -were-nof less prominent.* ;%e
THE 'CO-PARTNERSHIP ;heretprore existing betweea
Mecsrs. J. B^CHANCEmERiad K.;X3UKIO/has
been"dissolved to-day.-by mutual agreement. ? Mr. Cunio
remains sole^proprietor of tbe;BarkervUle'BrewervV.n
r .-.Williams.CreekvMay,23rd, 18��S.,  * -/- r.     ^ ,���-lm
eu^-R^   	
oiamission
V<,Y     f,,*--*    V
mwiMc-K
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AND
rich claim by Chaiiceryi /VVe^iought hereto^
fore that we knew hb^O'mategood our titles
,;. by/law-^no w;tell us;h6 w? t<^ do the .same thing
���,; ,"����� ��� r- **ie *���* 1>*' -*-.���. *�����*����� �����������!.��,--��" **^M��ir ?;���%*����� % t-\i. i ���% " ..t -i��� ���.������>*- *- �������������� o ���
'.' ": V-^'m-a    *   'iirt v> .-i^\mv^ Y    ^x w ^1      i.n.1      nrl I I   ' I". *~u    B\      hnn i-i4.a' _-.A^ ��^.'   X _ ���
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v,"ri-;r'���.���:������:";'.'������.   ������     :.".':
ed by the mining"laws and;regulatiOris of the
Colony ^orthbseb^lbteChan^^^^^ t^Thefe
, seem| to be a plain anitagpnismjietwee%them.
If thejatfcis^C
mi
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1/
p
tions, so JJiat welwilljiot all b^so liable to go
��� astray^-ah maice ^e^e>mquiries.solelyvf(>r ih-
formation^and hppe^ey
i effec^in .c^sin^a^ ihvestig
givedisIhetlight we need'on^tMe subject. -
y,   ir,     '.;   ��� -        -; . -,:.'.- ��62;""
Wniiams^CreekjBi'C. May.26tth,1866At   /t
f:r~$&*. rWeJregreHo: ahhounc^
eous and obligiag RecqrderMriM?G. Phillips,
whOjbas filled that/brace for thelasttwqyears
with-^credjtjb Kimself anditoJihe^entireisatis--
faction- of ihe public^ has resigned his p bst and;
will leaveiii: the course of another weei.'-Sis
re^q^ the ;inadequacey
of' his^alary; and -.'tiie,.weak state of his health j
.21-isliis intention to leave; the;jcpkny^ piir be'st
wishesi and -: those..Qf tbe.^hbl^omiiianity'will
fqiI6w him wherever Jie direcfi/ his footsteps-
It is. a pity that the Governmentlio hot devote
a little; more attention fo the ' interests of Ithe
people, by eh^eavpiiring to retaiffthe ser^icei
of good qfficers/' who' thoroughly understand
their business, instead.of yptio^ large-.salaries.,
ioYsimmieo^Ge^r[
'^S9* The Queen's birthday wks observed on
the creek by an unusal display, of bunting the
firing of... guns,' &c. In 'the * evenibg sundry
social entertainments were indulged in,' but
throughout the day and night ;np. disturbance
occured'-to��'mar the wonted quiet of the community.'- ���",..���-/;//;.;..'       / ;������/. '���:
i AccipEN%~r:On Thursday last, while Mr. Jas.
Christie/foreman of the Cameron Co'y, was in
tBe act of breaking a boulder in the diggings
a piece of the rock flew off and struck his toe,
fracturing the bone so that a portion of it had
to be extracted; He will be incapable of
���working for some time in consequence.
.'JSBr* In passing down the creek the other
���^y we observed a notice on /a claim to this
effect:...*'NoTiGE---Any person committing a
'" constraetive fraud " on this territory will be
thought as;w^:^,awAthe \btanners,ofc.t��ro great
nations waving sOfgracefully together bverthe
heads o��J:a united coram unity; that ^'the prayer
of Bunts was bfem^reali^^^TOenirian to
man the warld p'erihail^n
iT/A-royal salute ofi21n.guns was fire^frbmthe
^ks io^ the/^Gamero^
n^th^Tj^siTQiig: ^r/^i%<^^our i^uii
made a verf considerable report J'which.mav
yefT)eiieardinaeJlQyal,Palace;ofs;iWindsorj
in the back wo om of Canada -and ���'bn^the "hee-
land hills" 6' bonuie Scotland I
//One; gentleman'':'6f?unH6^^
i^aiitof; sbmethihgj-better, hoisted hisowhred
;shirfeaiid a| thWihd-'wlould-Hs^^tdTall^e
shirtj with its sleeves like the" sails of a wind-
mill^hadly rushing tp/^hd froj seemed tot say*
at'eyej^^
ed a thousand years, the battleahd the breeze."
JA.il honor to^h^honest'miner^ and��Mis flag.
; fethe;^vening we^had a^grand-ball,'whicb
was well'attended. -; As I lay a'thinking inmy
bed,-thai pleasur^^^
you khow-the" rest^nbw and again sounds
revelry would/distract.my thoughts; while the
stentorian .notes.of a well', known basso were
perfectly.^ii^bli^/-JBEp;w^coiild jk man sleep ?
Impossible!    Just listen to this .strain of music ,and fancy, y^oufseffLtryHg to sleep.oh^sucL.
a lullaby: "Firstladies forward, and���"He's a
jolly good fellow, which nobody can"���balance all,"���?'Withva 'hip, tip/; hip,hurrah 1"
aud " We -w6h?t"���" join hands and circle to
the left"���-"till daylight doth appear f while
now and 'again a; highly excited individual
would break out with, tvHoistine ub.the American flag, crown me with the eagle,"���the next
line/I could notcatch, jbut the concluding lino
invariably finished by drawing attention to
that little vicious animal so fond of eggs and
blood sucking.   On the whole the ball was a
yery lively and amusing one)
A young man, whose name iscr-well,it don?t
matter, he was once in Eden^-got hold of a
cow-bell during the evening and caused quite
an excitement for a, little while.   Most people
supposed that the 24th had something to do
with it, and that the violent ringing wasall io
honor Her Most Gracious Majesty the Queen!
No doubt it was meant for some one's benefit;
for whom, all Camerontown knew. ; Perhaps
tbe public generally will enjoy the-joke. Well,
then, the old cow-bell was rung in honor of
another old belle; but an old saying has just
struck me, speaking your mind "is an extra-
it^uyyjy^^
/-Bpki'uptAfialrswoundap^aad Balance'Slieet^pre-
pared;/Mining ACceuatricfirefun^made'up; -Allkinds
ptiFornman^ agreements;drawav and, eyery^otherides^
crigtjqin?ortbusiness promp{ly/otteaded;to.,r/�����;>��� ^j v,.-J-,r
Ztjsmdit ct��jk WHyiE^ ^ear .twc&i^vim^y^ & l
OUSE;
-�����<:.   <-.'\.-......\fj-;  ���   :.   ��� ���������*
; ��� - -' ���, V r - ������; ^'Sstrkerjvillei-' JB'�� ��� <3.^ od'' '".".: ���'; -.
f':/KE]^;&^
} .Everything is-done ia connection-with, this estalliik/
ment to give satisfaction,to the cuatoniers.    /   ,  / /
4��" Keals "at all hours. -; (   ,        _      -    ~  1
PFtAGEFi;
'*���: ^������������������~.\if'-:i':
tiff:
.Jt< M-.f i^j
EGS^TOriNFORir THE MERCHAN'TS^AW^t^IO
},log Williams Cr^k tliajtj;he>islpropared, afclthe short*
est^ofcipejjta remove;goods of ��veFy.:;-descripli6hv:^withi:
carcibetWceav the;towns 6fvRichfield, nafkorvjUe'.aiid
Camerontown^'at fel1 sonaUIe rates.'' ���'������  ;   .:":.-.:j��;..-vA
;; ^e;hfteId-;if^.^s^lS6(K/va-. X*-'*--&;^- :"-:*"*���' %$m<
#il&
;'.-':���*'���?������
:*{'.'.<;,
V DEALERS I��?
^Wholesaltf :and;Re tail.
?r
"-,-/';������'������'-��OT11 leave;SODAi'G%i&B!!Kv,y {'��� :J}
MONDAY, & THURSr^Y/MDRpN^
;-���/;.'. ; v. '.-at DAmokx,* V >?... ;:-v,. .��� ;���?
- t   i      . Will leave QTJESNEE./''   ; ���; ;-K:
������ ;T       .;/: , '      AT.�� O'CLOCK, .    ^,, /       /.r/
Connecting at Soda Croelc witb BARNARn's: Stages- on
;���;/ Wednesday's trip down, and Thursday's, trip up*���"'"/.
./' :$& Freight tp/Queshel li cts; $ - ifc ?: / ��� /?
Steamer-'Enterprise,' ��� \ .-.   ": - - ,^  -/;;'.-,,��� -v r>   ' : / v.;.- -
��� ;.May 2lsiyl866.;  -j"...'/ /' /,// ;X':,Z :;"":y6 '7',
\*  ��� . r  'fir.". ��� -,4T; THB .,'   ,..,,, , j;, >,,p -.,�����i -t,
"/:. i�� ���': .BARKERVILLE. ^.4;. ^Avi^,
U.V
A<LL LbyERSviOP..THEiTERPlSjGH0*iEAH ART &tt
ix invited to call and enjoy themselves,���when;*, heart?
welcome ;will bja^tieaded^;/ ;/.//// //���/ -'-1'v ^/, i. m'=Vv." .;
��SJ.?-
'^/Williams Greek"/Flmjme
r-   Ordinancey 1866*" "rr
notice:
fj^ The b'esto.f:'^Tines',' liiquors ��� auid Segars,
and Good Order observed.r c<-:%-' '���������x--'':"!^/*" ., ,/""���
1 ,'.���.: :j: :JX-XXX 0 ���MARTm.&'CObK,'Prop,rt.-----'
T
IN'ER-8
THE /WILLIAMS CREEK BED ROCK PLUME AND
P^Sn?03!^.^* LlM-TH3>�� caiItheattealion'of Miners to "The Williams Creek Flume Ordinance. 1866/"
a copy of wuich can be seen at their office, and hereby
eauJon all persons not to trespass on any. ground nor
interfere with any. rights and privileges.therein granted
to the Company.    . ..   ....
Richfield,. 16th May, 1866.
. /../'. i,c..r.;:,,;- BAKKtRyjLli^il'iX ^rX-7
MISS TOURBeIr & MR. LAWLESS; <Prdp&
THIS HOUSE HAS- BEEN NEWLv Fimi) CP ON
>the Restaurant principle with a view to the comfort
of the public,- and will be conducie'd in ^manner to
ensure the; satisfaction of those who are disposed w
favor the proprietors with their.patronage. \o :
Meals at all Hours. 0opd Beds;
JS-r The Bar is furnished with tho: best soiecfioni ^
Liquors and Segars. ���      _,._,-���   ;X -y,:; y ��>'��� ���-- ���*
:_.,_, CAMERONTOWN,.       ���/.
'   :/; C. FULTON, Proprietor.:?-
There is no distillery kept in this establishment.
and strychnine and rot-gut And no place hero. : 2
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PROVISIONS,; CLGffHiNfi,^iQTipRS,;&c-
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prosecuted according to the utmost Hgor of vagance that has ruined many a man,5?���bo
CbnnctTy Jaw." ��� ; mum's the word.   St-mnge, isn't it, hot? manv
JNFORIV1ATION WANTED
A S TO THE PLACE OF RESIDENCE of Albxanpeb
fX. HAavr McNabb, from Nerval, C. W., when last
heard from was at Lillooet about to cross the mountains
if -<L "ar^ies ��;��<> can give information will please
communicate with John McNabb, Esq;, Toronto, C. W.;
xr^'J'^' ^S^ Williams Creek. ' If the said A.
H. McNabb applies to Mr. Wriffht he willhfrarof some-
y f thing to his adTan-Ug*.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
Mm
RICHFIELD,, ^Villiams Crook, B. C. -   - -
E HAVE ON HAND alargo stock of Provision^
Hardware-and Vegetables/and are -det��r-
mined to sell- them cheaper than any other nwr���   ���
Williams Creek. Coma and see ������judge fer ywttW"'
KicbUeH. M*t 5th. 1IW. house far  .od;Tabiv  wlhouu  '?>'  iii-fi  ������*au  *������V; ... -'������������������������  sor,:;  ���������Mberj-"  ODS.f:  'frier/'  Iff-  soon 21,:  ^iisSSyOiR;  ace .to  saerally  Iff  IM  *ars,  fc$$ft  SatejSfcfi  l������x.-j������4^m'  'rt.v.--  111111  ���������'���������v?f '  1^������������  1ST  jgjBjggsif  g||||H|  ISll  >pW  ���������.. *.���������  RjySir-ss;*  PON  c^MUsiCIGir  sifort,  er to  3d W  i-jjjflii  fflfif-'-  1I1P������  ?:���������.-;  ...... i  feU  J^N&E^L^  :; ///   WILIiikMS:OREEKJ ,, ���������  Although; wo^ ia^e ^eenddaiiyrdreading^a  sudden;rise in/the ^ree^^if/the^ptet/two;  weeks, there Is notUriy^p^ceptible-incr^  'to its! waters 'yet:'/ / We ;< can not/expect vto be  fayoiireATOM^  From the mild state of the weatherof"late and  the increased iiit^i^  can now feel ��������� unmistakable ' /evidences of /the  approach' of .summer//; The/ showibanto/are;  dissolving raping  continues a tfew- days ibngery even/if; we dp not  have rain/a rr������sfi^t^;fi^stt^&^t������^TO;--tifi<8.::������sult.  Every p recaiitiori. liasib eeu:takeiti. bawever-, to  avert any danger/ to claims ^y the building of  bulkheads and the"clearingawayiiOf/obstructions from tb&cTiariitey/btosW  ihe will be required to'prevent; any damage:  being done to the Bed/Rock/Drain^ Themin-  ingReason has commenced, this; year at least  ten day*? earlier^thati on! any,preyiqus year,  claims' had: to; beTepresented :on/the; 21st.? insti  instead bf-lst June; as; forni^^anda^l claims  in a workable condltidn'are npw'being .opened up with as great-energy/arid zealuas-was  ever evinced daring any former season.' Everyone is confident of success,, and/therels every  ^onfcr/beli^^  gold'taken out of Cariboo this season/asTon  anY^formerone, notwithstanding the dimuni-  tion of the number Of its inb^  may^dt^sucb/ricb^alra  he mbre^hefail^  and the prosperity'more extensively enjoyed  There are very few'idle men to/be seen around  which is a very healthy looking sign/of the  times. In order to give a correct report of  the various claims on the-creek/we took the  trouble to call on each company, or itsrepre:  sentative, andgive;��������� below the,result of our  enquiries. A great many-it will be seen are  only just starting and others not yet ready,  but we trust;to be able soon to announce the  fortunate success of all.' ... v = / *-< - V. ��������� ���������'.-'.  / Ancient Briton co'y, 3 shares, and 3 mcnrat  work; have been working'all winter arid getting fair pay.���������Bradley Tunnel co'y, 6 shares,  6 men at work; doing well.���������rSimmes ^Simmons co.'s; these two companies have been  working together all 'winter rimning; a drain  ������������������ tunnel to tap their diggings; distance run 1200  ; feet; are now nearly' ready to * wash.-j���������Smith  . & Go., - 6 shares, 6- men at 'work/ starting* a  tunnel for/back/ chan^^p^pr^a^/Tunnel  co?y,.������ sharesv4;menworkingi^nrimginnew  ^nS, a^  farther before/cbwinel ^realJheTi^Oid^tonneV  paid well during last/winteri^Casltet cb'y,3  sharas/arid $ mW ^  prospects; intend commencing - a/tunnel from  creefc^^cI^r^Tunnel cp/^/7sh^s/J^en  at^r^^is'ffinel i%run/on-^/leyet 12 feet  above the, surface of /cr#ek ;^are ^rkirig in-  ground which pays gobd^ages;:didweltJrife  ing; ��������� the,; winter^Happy:^  shares, 4 men/at. work,/s^artin^^;tuiinel/into.  hill ;/wilt gct/iri- about; Sp/days K^eP-r^ell/  Mary Ann Co'y; 4 shares,1 ������ men a^orfe;..drift  claim; -tunnel 298: feetiong | justprospecting  and making small pajr ;at; present.^*The Wil-  Boh, Brouse/;Putch;Bill; St<eadman5/Six-toed  Pete> arid'California e^panies are;all itfwbrk  cutting a drain from theheaoV ^  Fiumetb-fche/^ilspn cp^grou^d ;! this-draiii;  will be 20ie^iit^eptb ahd^lUdrain all-these  companies claims; 30 men are now at work,  and it;is expected: with;the/ largequantity'of  water theyJ now have that ^undertaking wilt  ; be completed in a; week; or two/" /This work  will be of great advantage to the Fluriie eo*y  as well as the claimhoiders, who are doing it  air at their own expense.^Thc Hyack <5o'y, 4.  sharps, 4 men at work/are bjisy at work ground  sluicing ; ground; will pay well/ have riot  washedup yet.���������.The Steitzand Gallaherco.s  are waiting for the banks to thaw.���������The Forest  Hill co'y, hill claim, 12 shares, ��������� Booth foreman, are fixing up and preparing to take advantage of the water when it cohiirierices to  flow through the Flume co.'s ditch.���������Tontine  co'y, bill claim, 4 shares, Hugh Guest foreman,  waiting for water.���������St Patrick and Sari Francisco co.s, hill claims, waiting for water.���������Old  Cunningham co'y, tunnel, 7 shares, L. G. Tower  foreman, 4 men atwbrk; this claim run in debt  through the winter but it is now paying off  expenses.    -       -  ... ...  ?eI?w the canon the first claim is. the Barns  and Black Jack co'ys; these co'ys are united  and contain 10.shares; have commenced.to  hydraulic * at l^e lower end of the Bumstun-  pib* ^^n at work.���������Consolidated Co'y'(part  ol the oldJDixie co'y,)/4 shares,: starting a tunnel trom level of creek to prospect���������Rapa-  hannock co'y funnel), 3 shares ; have got a  good prospect in a back channel.���������Bagley co'y  (sbaft), 21 shares; are putting in a wheel.���������The  poster Campbell co'y are busy at work on  their surface drain, arid building a bulkhead  to keep oflF the water, of the creek.���������The Bar-  head arid j^eepskii^  tiori of bed>rock4r4in;^Attrpraco'y ,14 shares-  M, Hi^n%reman, ^prkin^rf^  1?; men';;, has"noipaul;; so well jfa^ ^e^; as, on]  the two preyibu^^^rr^ake op Jake co'y,  6 shares, Wm. PMliip^fofeinah, work: 2 shifts  with:8:inen; just smarted .td^ash last Tuesday;  are going/to sink their shaft deeper/togget at  creek; grduni-r-7^tspn;^?y, 8 shares^ ^eo'.;  ^rd^k^r^a^ ^ri^-jsbi^  are xriaking sometiiiri^bver ^^ens^s^rDayis  co'y,^6 shares/;' Alex^JJack;ibreriian^work 2  shifts;with 19 ineii:^W^^r0^%>obtypay j  h'a^ Vfeerip^bj^r^  Welsh cp^ -Sshare^ Jbnati Williams foreman/  at work ori: bed "rock drain .^Australian co'y j  27sfiaresV 5 ineiivafcwo)^|iw6^in&; to^gr^el  and payingTsmall-iva^ea.^Gafiboo co'y^ 14  shares^ IR?SVrightiforeman;.; Ift^inen at; work  on;bed rock dfain \-%'toWdi.^iimpin'gloiit lower  shafVbnrFriday lastrrrrjCamp co'y(old'Poca-J  hoiitas co'yO)#, Bh^rei^j'irieijKat w<)irk ground;  sluicing; off top dirt,; wbtok ^  make'orie ounce a;3ay3p^  clean up.-^Lillode^^co?yj&t^res, John; Mc-;  Eeari forciriian, 4nien^t*w'brk^bnkdrain:j^ed  rock drairi'tapped the  conimerice- washiiig" ^ri" Tu^day--ne^t^gbt  good prospect;^^ile liringing up drain.���������-Cal-:  edqnla/-co'^Tfshai^s^  work 2 shifts ^vitn/KXjmeril"payingjfrom 10/fo  15055. a��������� day in/upper.strata.-5-prain co'y work  3, shifts; 6f& men d'acti Jire niriningat the rate  oM^ft^e^elw'^^ hoursi^Mbrning^  STOlH!?^GULCjHy:!  ^gMatidamag^/haSibQan^sustftined. last week, by the  rinpya-Tumi-J.Co. through the caving of their diggings,  ���������ih ^consequence of the su'ftdea ri^e'of tho Water' in the;  ^ulch;- the^wiirnbw be obliged to grouad siuibo:their  ;claimi;; Since the accidentfour interests have coanged  hands, at $2000 per. interest; some of the members'in  the ��������� Alturas co'y stro the purchasers ,-^-Alturas; co^y. are  ���������grQuudslaicing the mouthof their tuaael to pot grade*  .^pect ;^o resum e, washing ia about lb;days ^Tlie Floy a  : cb*y-haye '��������� bough % out', the Pibheer co'y se/ as to/have/a  WftPf w������ y4.^-The Hfeh-L6w-Jack: ice'y, are;doihg well '���������  -^���������Tne Jenkihs co'y-are making from $18 to:^$2Q a/day  --The; Emery co'y a redoing as well asi the Jenkins cb'yi  .^���������T he Union a nd Austral iaa co'ys: are sink ing;shafts -���������  Thei EI Borado co'y wiircbmmcncersiaklhg.td^dayi^lt  is ^the firm: impressiba of/those1 wHb: areH ia ��������� the: positloa  bf/being able;t������/^udge,^tbat big pay wiliKes take a ^t  of this gulch froth bnu :ead of it tPi the other this season/  'aHfoagfrik"may'-bolate -before'all'the claims.will: get to  -washiag. '.'������������������, I"     ' Jr > *������������������ ��������� * '���������' ' i '.;������>���������';.���������   .=���������',������������������������������������ '  7'\7 .:,: '*' ^ARTHpRS^GT^CH. ',/": ',_ ;//;',,  ;^/,Thb $tbbb/cb'y;aro ;^aste  last;winter^ and.making $16 a day /to; the .haad/^-thq  Discovery coty'are making good,wagesZ-^Shermaa co'y  arfc'flncliajg good prospects.���������These \ are. jthe :ohly/cbia-;  pwaiesit workoa the;guloh at .present. ~';'. '.-, \yyXr  ���������\'7'X^ur, .. grouse;..(;jiBEk'  ./;  -'/���������/  t-  ; s The Sncddba -or piscovery co." are steady;at: wbricaad  taking out good-pay; It. Hutchinson foreman;5 'shares',  working 2 shiftSj' 10 men;;; 'forVthree; davs* wbrkHhey  ner M inightibaye been inclined to take a dif-/  ferent ^iew; of :the.mattvis/butiUs notihowri'  Jhat he ever :badany interview with/ defendant '  at alii; My^iropression is that^^ both the Lewises  ^intended leaving tbe: country, anil had it not  been for the i;ecent decision in the Bbrefilia  case deferidant^wpnld ieyer.have/beer^troubled^   The ^plain tiff wasnotairee miner^eh  ^e^claim <was;itaken,up^ and^ had'no ri^Mo  the grqupxl^ i /Hewas not usually In ]the habit  of tikirigi adyantageofithe lapse of u-iew flays  inl^iners^LicenseSibut in this case he slhouia^  do so, and.th^rejQre/dismissed: the case'and  ordered plaintiff to pay sosts.' Mr. Robertson  ter plaintiff, and: Mr. Walker for, defendanfe^  "���������:'��������� ���������������������������'��������� ��������� ' -/''��������� ���������'; ;|)ZI X> ^i^rrib ^Friday,25th.MaW/"  .>.,Grouse,Creek-Bed Rock;.Flume Co'y- ���������<per/D, I Gamerou ���������'���������-���������"  fnrpmnn  'vs   Ariti-Hfirritl P.rV'vr ' t\q*. Ct/..������������;i*- Q^i;*v   /���������!-;-  twk but last /week 98- burices, roae piece weighed $41!:r~  Frenchco?y are making abbut an ouacerk day to' tlie  hahd^-fShort Bend'cd'y/ tbbk !��������� out': $8/ from!'bbttom,;of  think they^ will get into^lclmnnei ;by/Tuesciay;  nextH-Surprise/Tui^l^cb^y^S/  Walker^fbremariJ 4metiM wqrJ^-^eyYar^/in  nearly 200ft;throughibedrbclE;gc^ggrav&  over head^^Grizzley co^j^^a^a* P<&^er  foreman;^ men;at worltt; jfliey/are/mnning/to  tap bed-rock ���������arSriK^ic&riai^  Grizzlby cq?y), SBbares^3rmen^at^Wbrk^starts  ed last Monday:to������ prospect^for top strata/in  which , the Caledonia are. JwoMrig-SNever  Sweat co?y^6 shares,^ irien at work; ^making  expense's, are^ drifting.bacl^totee deep chaririel  and iri^the^ course/of a^eek%^15take^utipa^  ���������New York co'y\ 3 shares, 4 men/at'work;  drifting to fiiscoyeTi paying Strata 'jas; in/Cale^  donia.-i:-Beauregard ror CenMerate icb^y,^ 1  shares^ ���������JeO Dougherty foi^rhan^ 2 >shifts^ 12  men at work; paying on an average :frorii:*12  to 15o^;a^^^^^ada^Tut^ .^shares  Wm. KirkpatTickCfbr^a^/^sliifte, -4/irien-at  work^a^yiri^a^iniclihe/fr^  into gravei^���������Barik.Tunnel cq-y^ A- shares;/Ji  Hugo foremanj 2rshifta^ 4 riaeri at work^;_ ruri^  ning inclineupVinto/jgrayel^ are'/wasfiirig/and  prospectihgl;:this\CQ?yl and^tlie Jieyada ��������� cojy  use the- same V main tunuelf forerunning ri out  their; ^H^-Moflfat cq^y, 7"shares^1^r/Was&-  brirn foremaij, 2rsbitl3^?Jmen -at-worfc.; .pay^  ing over ^wagek-^-St. 'Andrews ^Tunnel cq������jrv  9: shares, Joseph Hough/foMraani- 2-men-at  wbrk: have run .through, slide /r^qklover 208  bright^ hopes/ of; suecesa ;# ��������� Everything  promises'.\rell-'for a satisfactory season off this.creek^--  ,    '���������< ���������*     -, ANTLER, CitEkk.",^,/ " ,- V../'���������'*.   >7  ���������a-^About 25 nien at present-on this/ creek^--  Thefioss coJiyiB^j^iort Monday last; with six  . DuncaaiCamerpaswprn-rAm*��������� Agent^for tlie^Grouse  Creek Bed Rock;-llume-Co^y��������� the/ AntilHeron Cov?s:::  ground is locatedron -tlie' Pimhe> ^'B^rouaa: IAgave '  thenvabtice todeave but'they refused.' ��������� * < < f' * ��������� *  < /Oross-exaraihed-rTbo company^Have laid 1S6������ feetof  flume; the, fiumejsperittaheatly and perfectly laid; -wo  commenced :tb^wbrk iu. August, 1864; Iwaa sent ud as  foretnaa of tho work; /���������    /     ,fv; '_'-*> ; >r *   -  i ^It#as:c4>ateaded by the defoadahts that as the cha������  ^requirecl>6P0 feet ;pf: flume; to; be Icbhstructecl the fir.-1  year^ /and JSOptte second/year^ and -as the Fi u me Coir  have,been at:wprk fpr(i^ 'only "bou^:  .'  structed 1350 feCt, theyhad forfeited their charter rights     <  aad ;that- the ���������; grouad was* liable ��������� to>be preiemptie'd- by .  any one,.;r;The Judge..continued -thecage till Saturday  morning, in order to. consider, the terms, of, the charter^  ' "���������" ��������� i? ������ '���������    k- ���������' "     Saturday,' 26,tb May,...'  striking a^back channelr^edj������blpyFlum^  ^^^ing!no^irig^^6/C  / I y ���������    "ii * . eUNKINGHAM^CREEK..?;^: 0X10  '".;There are about 20 men,6ri;this creek, the  m^tqf^vth^ ^  out so-that they can get water; ���������     -���������-'  >>i''0:  ^ ��������� .���������.���������-., x./ rrr:r.:,-~--0 -rc ���������^"r.^^. ^Xte^-i^. z  -;;->-.,.-.  --   -   :,v WOLF,^CREEK.  t   ���������      X'     t   .  men^arer  banks;/  ���������:���������������������������"'s.  %-K.i  ready to ;waslfiri;the  -:'8TEVENS" CREEK ;:FLtJME;c67'r  Started ��������� about ^two/weeks  ago,  audi  will be  feetythey^are: getting a/ small prospect,;^this  ground; is situated; in tbe hiU behind the Bank  of British Columbia on the west side of the  creek ;,if good pay is;foutfd in' thra /claim a  large extent of new diggings will; be/opened  up.XLasif Chance cW  AHright foreman,* 2 sliifts^ 6. men at:Wprk ;/are;  running a drain, hayo^ot got into pay^Last  Chance/co'y (shaft)/ 2 -shifts,8 men at; work;;  paying about 20bz. a .day.rr-Caiifqrnia Tunnelt  co 'y /14 shares/ .-Wm.'^Hatdy.fbreman. s jfc shifts,  9 men at work; not paying ��������� so*-wellkas; last  \veek.--^irik������er Cp^yi; 2 shared,jB men at work ;  fixing;up flnnle and getting^  Cameron cb,y, 7^ 'shares,; JasvChristie -foreman^  2 shiftsjill men at ^work;' are making over  wages ; intend to; waslrwith two dump bpxes  sbon^Fbrest/Rbse/ co'yy/llS^^arcSy/Henry-  Caideriforemani 3 shifts in :front grourid; arid;  1 shift on tunnel,/15 men/at work; /tunnel/.in  7O0ft. it will be a week������������������ before ��������� they get into  pay in front grqnrid.-^Raby/ co'y? 10 shares,  Chas. Malloy ���������^^ foreman, 2 shifts, 12 men at  work ; paying wages ; they are waiting for  pack; trains to come in with inachinery for  working their lower gr6und.-r-Dead/Broke  co'y, Thos. Hardy foreman, 2 shifts, 13 men at  work; paying over $ 100 to the share per week.  ready to wash this week.      \    , ;;  - .'  Strbuss bbu^fcfbr^;^nei&!enqu^  titles. _/ >,���������-:-   ''��������� yyx  ;/"1 A/Lpms syprn^^  ' the original pre^erriptprs of the Bor^alis5 co^y;  JJ Edwards" cariie^tq; iny Ho^s^K^eifthe nnriv  ^ber ofmy License and w^ed:jme/ to /tekeup  the/gro\md4^^thorize4'_^  n^Jrile/bri the^cbrds; :I -wasSole bwrieiti iif the  Bi^i^q]y^Jtefe^ ^fee^^,l|si^  have com'-j  ..      . . appUed/for-/;;-;  extensibn;;;ofitin>e .to.enable them^doso; i- 'Deiendahta  ������������������->..'"'-'..'^������������������>���������!,"���������.  /;'..,,;,..  .---.-,...- - giveWday?,  notice to'.the company. , r,: r~:::y - r '_'; ,,: ' ~, . ,  ,/The. plaintiffs; argued ;thaj||f^  was" cover,edLby .thfiir charterJhey/coulUfnot-be deprive  ed-of .their rights^without the" hecksary^ho^tico'ot/30!/ ���������  days'being -given?- /It Vas forthe; Govej-nment tbVaid~  their charter if, they thought, fit after the'so.dayshVtioeT'  - ^The"Judge'Said I-have ��������� examined' the termsiof :,the;-  charterandco'nsidered thejwhple/caae,, and findtthat V  have no power to deprive the^lume Co Y'o'f ruhy. part  of; toeir. grpu^^ltl^t^ ,  tarn yery/sprry^for'the miners,.butXcanabtgetoverifcr "'  If deprive them'bf^OlO/feet I shouldt ndve* to^^le^riv^  : that- they are -morti prejudicial;than'b eaeflcial to; the.;in������  terests of .the country. ���������  JudgmohFfor ^laintiffs/,/each  js|r/t^isellbiilfaiid'go home.to bisfamilyJ^f .didj  iotauthOTiMh^  'I^old-'-him* tb^ sell out his interest in: the Aurora: the Borealis co?y was not Imbwri when 0  bought into the Aurora cc^;; ^^other told;  laieMis spring 'that heJhaul soioV but/ but! that5  he,-idid riot;know/ at jheJtinie ;tbat the/BprejaUs;  co'y was mentioned: in ^the^ Bill of/Sale ;^ the  half share in;the Aurora-.was^ in. my;brother's  nanie, and he had the7whole control oj it; iny  brother^proposed to let mebave half his share  in the Aurora for. the/same price^heijaid' for  it, -, whichl ^^^ited J-but-KaS: noJBili'^f /Sal^;  B{bundout-about;a^eefcagbr  the record, that; the -half interest in tiie>Bbrer  alis was recbrded in my name; I always supposed my name had been used in the'original  record; I received dividends from (the Aurora  when;I;was Jiere;- my/^rother gave me;half/qf  the itriqney he receiyqd as tfo proceeds S the  salelri^&^rbr^M?y 'i^7fe; / had/he; told -tote  that he sold the;, Boreaiis interest Lshould not  iave talieri th^ri\Qney;;i^6k{0  ialMi/iii this district/17tb^ri^^(NoV/391e)f  ker co y, 8 shares, 4 men at work, Mr. Shep-  aemtoreman, fixing up flume and cleaning  ������ui rutch; intend sinking a new shaft ���������Bnld-  --Prairie Flower co'yf 12 shares, Eobt. Scarr  foreman, 2 shifts, 22 men at work on tunnel  and shaft; shaft paying 2oz. a day to the hand;  the tunnel is in about 500 feet, will wash from  tunnel next week.���������Prince of Wales co'y, Wra  Tueker foreman, 8 shares, 8 men at work; repairing shaft and getting pumps ready, will  be washing in the course of anotiler week. The  claims below this derive no benefit from the  bed rock drain,���������Kankin co'y, 4 shares, Mr.  Mills foreman, 4 men at work fixing wheel and  gearing.���������Bruce co'y, 4 shares, C. Hagaman  foreman, 4 men at Work cleaning out tail race  preparatory to starting pumps.���������^Elliott co'y,  Mr. Mills foreman, 4 men at work getting  ready to pump out���������Adams co'y, 8 shares,  S. Mattice foreman, 2 shifts, 13 men at work ;  making over wages.-^Hart co'y, six shares,  Jas. Smith foreman, 1 shift, 6 men at work ;  pumping out will start washing on Tuesday.  ���������The Artesian co'y are busy pumping out  their diggings, will commence washing soon.  ���������Below this point no mining operations are  boing carried on this season.  Devine took out my License for 1865.  The Court here adjburned till to-morrow; in  order to. afford,: plaintiffftime to; produce his  License for 1864.  ������������������'-' YA*"'/*; ���������//���������/������������������/': V.-/-:  Saturday, 26th May.  A. Lewis vs. W. Stirling.���������-Plaintiff produced his License, dated 29th June, 1865; ;whicb  did not correspond' with1 the one by which the  claim was recorded the day previous.  This closed the case���������Defendant's counsel  summed up by submitting that there had been  sufficient evidence adduced to show thatL.B.  Lewis had power to sell the elaims, and plaintiff had admitted that he shared in tho proceeds;  he therefore called for a non-suit.  Plaintiff's counsel contended that it was not  aecessary /that a miner should- have a License  when pre-empting, he might take up the ground  and get a License afterwards; the 17th section  of the Mining Act-was quoted as governing  the case; the question was riot whether a man  was a free miner at tlie time ground was taken  up but at -the time a dispute occurred; this  was ruled by Chief Justice Begbie in the Chan*  eery case Borealis co'y vs. Watson co'y.  The Judge said he did not feel quite satisfied with Lewis' evidence; there, were pjany  strange circumstances connected with the case  which bad a very disagreeable influence on  his mind. If plaintiff had gone to Stirling and  offered to. refund him the money, and shown j  j a disposition to act in a stwighttbrward man-  :; -TfeIriiarketJpricfeiave /:^mJied������ dut little _ _ ^  with one or two exceptipns4ince our last'geri-;'  ei-al report���������flour is now selling at $36 ^IGO;  lbsIbutter,1 $1 251 ;;|uga^;5ftbts; coffee,"';$!/;  tea/$l 25@ $1^75 ;bacon,56efe;beans^Octs;* .  tbbac^$2 $3T@'#;/ca^  gum^bbbtsy^i^/;^mut^  30@ 35cts. '���������:���������,: ; X        -/  By tie arrival jof: M^srs^ppMeiih^iii^  Always trains jxt yari\Winkl^;tn^ro is/aj^pefe  of Wer *40,00ti Ibs/pf igoods lying at that pfoce^  wliichv will be brought,!11b^fc^s/sobn^as; tee^  roads are ppeii. j Iri a few days atrain; belong^  ,  ing tp; Messrs. Qppenheimer/& Ga^ %hichjis^  now at the Mo^th ;Quesnel^'will ^be;,up /with1- ��������� ���������  25/000 fts more^isVthat- pur market; will J fe'  prettyw;eilstocked,.   ///.J .S:*,    0 -������ ������  "Messrs; Dole &C6Z drove^ in^/c^^^d -43/  sheepfiKe other iday, which is^allthe /Stock of  meat in the market at present.,';    \ /   "'/ /;  BigBbnd.���������A1 number bfmen have arrived'  here within the last few dap* from ^ig Beiidf  mines, who all unite in giving aVvery discour-;  aging account froiri that section of tlie.teouritry.^  We'are not without hope 'that these mines will%  turn out good after ther season' is further ad-}..'���������  Mfejed/and;; when/ the snb w vi#di^^ear e?d- ^so 0 ���������/  as to enable the miners to prbspebt with;^pine'  degree of facility.; ^Ve can/ ^all ^ecollebt- -of -  the great stampede frprixXJaribpo inj1862, arid'���������[/  1863, under similar circumstarioesj but /was '  that any criterion by, which to judge the richness of the diggings ? We should thiriknot,  A Hard CAsie^We understand that ;;the;Z'.  Davis co'y were notified by the Aurora Jco'yv  on Tuesday last, that an. application yould be '���������  made to the Judge of the Supreme '.Opart at  Clinton, for an injunction to restrain them frpiri  working certain ground in dispute. Only think ���������  of compelling a company to travel 250; miles :  at great expense and inconvenience to/oppose  an applicatioii to stop them from working  their claim at the very best part of tlie season.  Truly we are a community that are* more' to  be pitied than envied.  Ball.���������ifrs 0^68' Miners Ball and Concert  came off at Camerontown on tba evening of  the 24th (Queen's birthday,) and was well at-.  tended,: the music was first class and the: dancing was kept'tip to a late hour in the morning,  everything passed off pleasantly. ��������� ���������/���������;  MARRIEB.^-Oa tho 27th January, 1866, at Merc-  worth Clmrcb, Kent, Frederick Seymour, Esq.,.Governor of British Columbia, to Florence Maria, second  daughter of Sir Francis j-Stapleton, Bart; ;  DIED.���������In New Westminster, oil the 14th iristRat,  Elizabeth, wife of Jlr.-.F..B Howlett."  In the K03*al Hoepital, New Westminster;on tho lT'-h  ia������t.(, George Rajhleigh Gonipcriz, afed'cS.    . I  ���������if. .  if;"  "!>:\'   :    : - : '  /ft;'./-  ?F !"'"v  :/!/' .������������������;������������������'-  , ���������-+.. -.,  /j;/:;.:-.;/;  afc ;'-���������'**'  \m0y  \?Wxx  .   ,     . ���������  ,4 :  ;i-.a: y.-y:';. ���������  II ^f-  y_ .  ���������  ii:'-'  r^i ���������'  fvfT;  "���������  ff ::  .fjgg^agasBgBBBaawr^^  Ti^W  '/" ' The Sheffield /fTe^graph^ sii^'feMW Jbhri  Darwent,:of the Salutatibri tfhn, High tti'eeiiv  ������lWortley, hiis'in bis possession a'dog which is  /in the daily babit of ^manifesting intelligence  a of ~fc.inorb;use^^  ,  Siast ydung mea whbrwakethfr  ������������������ t the'senselesshoWI^'.'Joliy;3bgs arewe^? The  * animal; isf of/the retriever-bred: as exc������firHri������ri v  fretriever-bred^is exceedingly  ;������ ,������miui-; or otuer/.ariicie, which it- can' carry^-  ��������� an'di��������� it is1 remarkable what a^ weight be,can re-  ' mo ve^from cme^bbm/td '"another.' herBrbmr>t;-  .y$. A^woniao.is^.eij^^p^^^opd^al^bi:  nothing : if good for nothing she is not worth"  getting jealous;ibr���������;if she! is'a trae woman she  will give; no cause for jealousy^/ ; A man is a  #rfttfcfo$%j<eato^  ;to^1>e/jealoji^  double tool -to cut his - throat 1 for either of  ���������thera^:"    QXJ|SN^M0FI^AJ)p;^  J.l'':*lr&&i  ���������hjy  iiy  ^sfc^locksraitli^ied pa the 8tfi March last,  in^Whitechapel^ London, 'of;������ de^  ;cayA/;^  'l&Lyearsy '/ ; a.;., rXX-> - '/- C0- '���������>'*'>&&& '/;"���������'   ���������'  ��������� Thr Universal Practice Ottalsltlg'C^liory.i&Ud  .other, adulteratiyes ,\ylth Coffee, has very much damag-  edin/puhlictestiraatioa./wBat/o^  RESTAURANTS-  ;?^m- '  QUESNELHOUTH, ��������� - -'   ��������� > >-^  Meals at all Hours, arid/Cooking of the .best  '"   ^-";"-1   ���������/  description. ;.,. ������;?/.''.s//l/,  ������t< ������>. ���������;*-* J^ ������r#iip������-|  '."':< Hi*'  yyy  [iWEssviiiovmy  y^ BKO^m/&5 GILLIS,;:PBOPR)CETofe; /M;  Godd^d^; ^  .,;������tohii^g fojvH^es, ifljy and^Oats*....; } V /<'  ; ^aq^  I&glish.& Erench;Silks/>Shawls, &e^#^ ���������  fie''  ���������j-i'jw  /: tneliouse; the -dp^/'ori I'eCeivirig: ordergVbcea-  ;   - ftiorially takes Idhgjourneytffor articles:whicli  aaye been left behindj' arid be has never been  ?:%(known;VtqKfhtt^  ;:������^/-;y'--;-->.  , jffieimos^o^letofcthe ani  iformances^ however/arp;its' dally ^journoys^ to  thbWeatwo\jd;railwity station^ rbrsmair pa#  eels for its bwripr." .'The station is about a mile  distant from th.eJhouse^and from it the -dog  llllllll  ^l;l:/.;^:;-^://;/^/;,;:  f officials'bri/the ^aifbrm/sBratches at/the  ice door for admittance, and?on all occasions  ^refuses to return until something is given;to  /���������Itv^Very large sums rdf; money 'have ^eeri^ goffered foV.wo:dpgvbygentiemeri whohayeibeen  . witnesses !oithe:prooft:oLits;intelligence; but  ^bo; useful andfaithfiil does^M&IDarwentftritfit  cifcums.taticp/it/'l's; evlflebtly Importgnt/that';- all the  gases'ahd fluids extracted��������� ibyJ'r6astihg.;/stiouid;he:. cai^.  rtcd off as quickly asi jjpsslbfe/lii; order to prev<Jrit!,the'Jr  returning again io*the^tTee;i which is the case In the  confined, cylinder.: ;;:This,qhject..Isradmirahly^aqcom*  pllshed ,by, the ;ae;w;ahdp^ teat VCo'nlcalpoflee ^tbo^er,.f'  as; asedhhy > ^BLtr'& ,$Q. ,f !Victbrta,/;iB ^vhlch-the- berry J  is. directly exposed(toibe radiated beat, ;aad the vapor;  extracted carried off instantaaeously.,/In,addition to  the.advabtage/ito bCi derived by, the rapid;-remova) of  the steam containing,the objectionable properties,;,tlie���������  purft/aromaof,theGoffee/ISiTetalaed,']the essential oil  being preserved and not exhausted* as >.Axx ;tho Cylinder  Roaster/wher^ .ttb'e:*poffee,l8 ;rcquired,tc-rem^ara;';inucb  longer time;in; conscience of the steaming It ��������� uader-  goes by the coafinedrsteam.^-It-is chemically impossli  ble to, rotu!n;the dualities or. airest the deterioration of  Coffee'iiraeri ground;, The heat Qngendered, b^ the process Of i'Oastlhe'Vnnd PRnpriliiUvr������f.wtvi^.!.������>/'.rtsm^A*^^^^  l.yr   i  I GlrlOD, ^GUJGHOj^/0 0;  70r r)v;OiJ>i'BsrABUsa8a.GEXBRAi'/SrcR^frV--*���������������������������'  PRO^10KS;i^OLESAEE-/&/lCO  ^Tf^Stbrage,^ci--Tepms most Moderate;0^ J  U'i-M. ...iiX>.   d'f-  ./ ��������� ^?    8V POPPER'-fi: CO^' - ;  ;'  ^OflB^^-i^rt^^ ^CHANTS,  1  A'tfopd .s^ectlon bf J.LI jjuojs. al\yays pa ijfy&jj;. ',1m;  xv.?^  iiiU  ^JEOAD;SIDE SOUSES; hx  'Or'  "'; :R^ROBEl^t^N',^^0;aiA^^p^  JBOOTS lOBbOTSi;  "v;;f/u>:  sagacity,of a bun-dog;wa5;shbwritb^e^  little short of ^reason. ;TheMh61efecibf.the;  /?;:  ,.._._. ., . .��������� ��������� /es'seatial/oU  wblgh It con tains {yre bavo^^eBcaBea^aVas.coh^iiilng*  from .i;ib/;tb/28 l^s^rahd/wnich caa, be, had. from ;any:  of 'the respectable dealers.: r We^baa" confideatly ro-  commead those kbo have hitherto/been obliged to re-  JTala from, taklag^'Coffie oa: account: -of Its /ill/effects,  that -they m ay use 'ojar': Coffee,': roasted In / the' Cdhloal  Hoaster, Jbeihg reconimea'dedlby all medical aiea uader  ,whose notice hit has-been brought^ andibythumeraus  other testlmoaials in its la>ron; ���������;,, PELL r& CO.,-' '  "        ���������    .\  '. Coffee^Merchaats, rates stM Victoria:  LILLOOET/ADpRTISEMENTg^l^V-  J:0"tJ'  \*':&5k   ^HIS HOUSE 1s. Bituatel26m^  and'gdbjoYBe^  raodatipn'for-Triivollers;:tho/Table Is furnished;with all  tbe1uxu'rles>tba % >oaa .be^procured ;i the iBar: is tyell >8ii j������'  plied w|th.the,best brandb(of/.Liquore an;I,S^gars';,gqod  |tabling,;Hay- <5at3Sri^.aSSr:^^.Th^SHBipEST  House'on the Road/   ��������� l>* f^-'-   -       j" t-������ * ' "  itsY:  'iYv.(fc'^Ol^P^ri';^������r^t^Vict6riaV"V:'I  ���������"'Garden4 and Field Seeds guaranteed: 'fiaVe'dah^S  ^Iwer-aad-Ctoioa-vSeeds-^ofvver^  itTrew/and Bttshe^E^  se arid ^Gardeal ������ants/]Standard^and*nwarfiRoS  Fruit  bouse  E" ^BkODRICK^ ^OAt'^ND^ Paoiiuc^ b������iii3i^^  wr'^S?!?* ^W.OatW; Wheat andBarley of thi  >Vl-Y  ij-vrnMcLEESE AsSENNY^jBrpprietors^';'/;,:',,'  ^E/PUBIJrai^E/ilNTlTEB^O fCALL; ASTHI8  Jt*House.. >ThiereiIs Good. Meals;,Good Beds;' Stabling  for.HmesjYsBarley,,jOats aridHa^..,/ ;/ ;-;'v; ; /l-s  !-<-*���������.  ; A butcher'residing at .Goodyears Bat owned  - . , ���������..w^a.-.^iif.u. ������iniiie-ipaa oi/meat; .his dog,coil-  .     ^to.^ TVbile  at the creek the;dog,f which.had been/trained  to Catch finAAnn'nr^ hhrt-'ci   nntiv������kt n'������.x������*-L_. ���������j.ilir  T^E^DERSlGNED.VroaowmauBfacturing^I^  . l^iof/ali; grades:-Extra i- Sup������flae;-a^^Fme^ipee(i'  Crushed to order. * .  ^-f  > LILLOOET FLOTO MILL CO,j  /fSr^^N^ITOR;,THE nACCOMMODATION; GF^THE  ^/W^^g :publI^;,the;bedrobms 'rire^pscious-and;  afr^and;t.be Beds cannot 'b'e;Eurpaflsed ;for'cleanlihess  and%comlbr^by ^any;iti; tlie^owerrcbuiitry $ the -Table7\$  always supplled^ith,5the; best?cf;;victuals;;^ -Stabling  f9rHl>wes;.������flay,,iOatsand Barley^cbastaiillyonhand/  "i j"*'.-''''���������*  ^1^  :.^...^ i,;t*:.  ESSOIN  s^4������ ,*,  /^NTILE^^Photographic :a-alleiivP- Ooyw  IT.-.meat St,;Victoria,,y.X;j-opposite" Hotel de France;  VIeivsoi'Cariboo;ahil( Scenery, throughout Brltish',Col- ;  umhia/ihcluding views of the route toBigBehd/alwafi   -  oa-iband^tfllbe*ral*ates;jf-i-rf 1 &m%\ A., ..���������.,^.V'?VlrS^  m^EN-^^ARSWEIjI^ ,rmportin^Book-:  II' SELLERS'���������&' STATIONERS, Constantly sappjied.a^i  receivlngfrom best;sources/ Schbcl/Staridarii,1 aiid Mite.  .'c'ellaueous: Books,-and: ���������Staple/and Fancy Siatioh^ryfn  ; all Jts,iBr������A^e^^^priieiv; wes^aadi-XSi^le^'strwe^  Victoria",''VancouverIslnhd^' /.,. ,,i< ���������   ;t,;.  Urn;  _ X:' is tu rn ish ed /with '.every.1 oonvenlehce ������ for" the --coW  ;fbrtpf^ravellersj^the;Culiaary^depa^  tp/catch'sheep arid hogs, caught;Wg6'at by the'  ;M.?^n^Md:it;ufltfl;b^  wbi^h his-inaster/m vain fried to/prevent," by  .flrsloiTefing'' them "all1;- the mbriey he had, and  Ki:������HL:ft:]WHEAB^/rAitoR: &: 'OoT������TT*R/'Foh' Street;  _. ^.^yict^is^JL^ppppsiteilee HIye;Ho,tel,:iwhershe  is p rev ared/tb su m������i ir' h f������ ������i* w, aWa������ ���������������������������������������������- ��������� --������������������-������  ���������the Bar will; be fouad^ihe.best^Braadies.v.Wlh'es^nd  S^ftra;;the.puMic^re4avUed;tQ;calJ^Prem  all orders-.promptly; v. ..   ..  , t If -, ^    :r, ;/- .-::- ;j.s   '  _es���������and zn ]the .progress; of" jthe^al^toM  the1 Ypllo'wing';; s tSJry? to;[slibw ;'^y/he;^vas.;Sp;  in abh^ttaicbed to^thb clo^. ^ JHe ,said? that ^dnie  years,since, i^ile trayelling;-oil f^ ^lainb,jfie-  to huatj" he' becariie, lo^tV ^nd'^an'derecFabdiit  until he was scarcely/������blS.iQ:s^^V1On^tiK-  fifth-day he had g^en������iip;allbopes;of rescue,  ari^iad lain;down^to diOr/ Sometime; during  the-^dsiylhe dog came toihim;; havjngitracked  bim^throughs allrliis-wanderings. ^?j^Vi3ien:.the  dog^reached him >;he< was so weat������as ��������� to. be  barely, 'i^h^jj&t&^^  adin sthing to eat he; could rie ver hbpejo reach  his iWagon;/ i5Phe ^tog;appeared toicome to the  same conclusion j;ifor, after .stay ing--with; him; a!  m^u������y^������^rymmWt  g!P2ajMAN  ElJMAlSf^and/iMcKENZIS,-jBfo;prietors.i  This :House.?i3 ;well 4;t;ted;iip [y;ith; Cr^od'^;B.eds. and ���������  -Ac^e a^ove R3nch and'is prepared to supply them  ynm- First Class!Accdrhmodatlom ��������� :f;; OhnrJ staum^r^  horses; Hay .and .Grai ffl* ( -.!:'; ; ���������. i ���������  ���������^bod Stajblfrig- -for  Bank of British Columbia r .;'% i ;' Y . s j -t-^;-,;4ig ;'  - Bib/v������ and Pierrk MAyciEr/Froprietors/'' The Re's-  taurant is supplied;with allfche' delicaciesithe majka^  affords.;- In tlie Bar :will be found tae;Cholc������3.t;LiQtfORi,;  ^uralshediEpoms^'ic^.,,- j^nc/p r"/-.r- '(-^'fi Ml^X-  ^oneer  " '"   LilL  ($8&%1^2P^^ old  .^^tobltshed^House/is-wellMU'tecT upforthbVcbmfbrt  9^^ners;^e;^TabIe-WeuppUed^with:t^e  every thing that caa/b.e:bad,.aaa' tbe-cbokiagiis aoi ia->  ferioKtqthe:ibest.hoteliathe;lowercouatry- Badrooms  forTamiliesj/Stabling^Tor/Horses" HbfsC Fded/; &"c;;  The Express stops here: ���������   -t ;��������� -������������������ * r-"^ y--fyr: i ������ -14 *r  ^.'MAtfsoSf, ,  "r'    " "' I*roprtetoiy-'  MoliEAW;  Agent. ^  TpuaENE THOMAS, 'Yates street/Victoria,  i]/ Wholesale and Rstajl Dealer in WINES, BRANDISi  BEERS, .and- LIQUORS ,and;Vdepot of, Havana Sagaw.-f  Goods, forwarded, to the SliDlngbistrlcts//"/;;; yyl*$iX  ; iirr ;FRANK3SB.; Victoria;;^'XV' Dealer in F0RSt;  _   ���������..   ix> .Sklvs, Hrnsp, Wool;;&c.   Liberal ad.vances-madw  ma-wawpt? tq! t utihv^distiHwvi v vvrrFni ttP" o^P?1^ consigned.;,;'R3feren^c~G; SutrCfi,0o.> Spcr^  td-.-'and- wSST^T -^----^--r------^^���������^  ���������t*: forth������ comfort of; travelers;������the rTable.i is; s  iv i th the best of .every thin'sr ;that' /������* n >t������* wtmn *a  tie/   for'  Sf ;83  IA -LHPT ^SU^as/.bpeaelthaa  and'thepqaors^cannbt^b&rRurpwsed-Vthe Bedsore  ^*ad-.;aomfortable^  1 ?5^S������SFI^*������?II'Lr;ER fc-Jfcras,^Uker,; Governs  ofr.the..latest ;stylf kept;consUntly oh'haad  -OrdS"  nrom the country pulictualiy attenUe'q-ffw":;%"i  ^^S^^1^' ������.,^> aad-WiadowGlass.   "Alffftrt"   time^licking: hisi.bands vaiid facef he  startedpff, caughfea rabbit,-arid- brought it and  2a;d jt by hfema^ter^jwho? after eating some of  H, felt strength,enough to attemptito^reach his-  camp,, to/which Ms\dog led him.. ~*Ehis it was  that^^m^dejiim ^alu^"^,d6^.8d4iil|h)7/.:TJbc������<8  b^in^rip^idence in&odtieed to show that the  dog was. Worth over $33, the Justice assessed  the,damage at:that:figure; ..though/to all appearances , he; felfc as thojugh he would have  ; lilte4;.tp';have made it four times tfiat atriountw  %..felt,aiittle,fpr.the.d  did. n?t get justice- butifc could riotvbe avoided, hpweyer, astheCburtbadnopowerto hanc  e^;r.pi^therii.70'"-" '-'^-^ ' ���������' ���������"������������������ '     ������������������  ;> //^CDpNALD, Proprietor.  Minersand":  ^othersrdestined-for!.the Bridge-River Mines will"  and every.convenience ��������� and :accommodation^ .afforded  them^Gopd^ds. aadfarable well supplied ,with all  trie .delicaoieg-of the seasoaV. .   '."   ' '''     "' " "  iru  1*3  fi- BACIG-ALUPE, MsncHAKr-AKD Packer/ be-  \T������.'tween; pouglas.aad;Lillooet. Always oa hand a  good, s took of Provisions, ;&c,-..-.:-.-v'-"  1^2m  JAMSSsHXJBOXT^:Prttprietor;'Tiiidcommodl-  ous Hotel ig,well;fltfced up with every .'cbuvehieaco  for the pom fort' of the publ j c ��������� the Bads are, 011 thai; a.  weary .traveller could desire"; the Table issupplled with  the'7best of fare; the Bar contains the choicest brands  of Liquors fand'Segars; good Stabling,-Horse Feed,* Oats,  Barleyv&c.ii!^,;-   ir-;   .-:������������������    -..:$ >  'iXi0irr.hfr<A  Porters and Daalers in Chinese Goods'4 Bce-8uears  ���������.:���������'- f  ��������� . -     '"*- '-���������'   -I-   ������������������'s.->>lif 1 i*.. ,-;;.. V.\;i.   .;(}. X<3m:;7.'  ! ff Sk^JiiSP^J^P^^^n^ Dealers'in all;  1 -w^iw?*S --5t! we Goois-a^'Provisions, Rice, Su-:  ; V JtoSf%* h Cormorant Streets west of GoVemmenf, ���������  V ICtpria, V. I. ; ;., ���������. v;      ,.; tjr ��������� j :, Cbt.V IT a v   M :i n <i <r������-1 -'  G I'PiJ??'* ^Q-r^prietors.i-//Thls^Quse-is  i ������������������/^S!I;fl5t?dup!for..the accom.oodation of Travel-  ler^to=theBrmg^River Mines... Good'Beds. "Subline  for Horses, Horse Feed, &c, AStageruhs twice a week:'  between this house and Port Douglas on thoarrival or ���������  tiiestoamers.from below and connects with the Lake  Boats for. Lillooet.. .   ... -: ._.*������������  T^SS?20 LEARTO, Proprietor. This house  JU .affords, every-accommodation- for the comfort of  Cntv KAVjifjaager;!  T .WATS03*/ Watchmaker,-, Jeweler  J'mj ana Engraver,' Yates street; above Gov������  cram en fc street, Victoria, V; Ir   X       H>t-a^'%  mW: WE3^MINSTBE: ADTERTISEMENTS  ; Coal in. the Falkland ��������� Is'lAkds.-^-ARecord  very important discovery of coal has been  made in the- eastern island of that:valuable  British-possession,/the Falkland isles;;  The  coal seems to-be different to that found by Mr.  ���������Bamsey Cooke, R. N., in 1853, being highly bituminous, and promises- to, be an excellent  Gaining coal.for- steamers.   These discoveries i  have'very great' importance in consideration tl  at:. tlw-;ia^^an](^eoiw''sitti%tlbii- of these fine is-  laridti as ^a naval and coaling station for steam-  era to and from the'Pacific. ���������'��������� /    /  HI GK'S   HOTEL,  T; YTTON SQ0ARE.New Westminster, B. C  1j-aowoccup ed.by W. fc, STELV.     ThTab^e favl  orably known house is now open to the public ��������� the Bar  is constantly supplied with the choicest' brands of  Liquors and Segar' ��������� Ui  ���������$8P It you wttxi good; Coffm usoFeli^  The Bonaparte  QEMLEN & fA&KZ,  Proprietors   al  O Junction of the Cariboo and "^ ~    *^'M  aio>3, Boors &SHQE8, Wharf street, Vic torh,- fit  Ui  ft^SJn^--^STERBE, Impol^ra&.Wholai>"  -Im  . prices and. accornmpdatiqns to ,.s ti i t  the times." Gfye thorn a call. Stabling; Hay & Grain;'  ���������attentivo hostler.?, v Stage leaves here twice a/week'for  Big Bend and .Yale, and once a week for.Cariboo  S ^PniSJ* CovJkt0 Aaderson h Co:) iMFoaTsaB  v aadC0MMiS3ipN JJbrohakts, Store Street^ Victoria,  Ii������ :���������-���������/^������������������- ���������-- .,-������������������-; ���������;/���������/���������/;,;:.' ;.;"���������;��������� :.;;k./:  J-.-s  T, EWIS LEWIS', Clothier, Vjttes Street, Victoria,  J j bpposi te the Bank or British ;Nor th America.      1 -s  Ip iMALLANDALSTE,eOLliECT0E &SEKEKALAG3SNT  M* ^yernweat. ������T.reet, Victoria, Vftacouvej" -Islaad..  THE ASWOR.OFt-  ,/   .MESSBS. CORNWALL'S.  S<S?a5P ^v5?9i.������' i;I������JroaTaRB' and Deaiebs w :  .CIGARS^TpBACCO^ifeershaum Pipes, &e.} S ���������������  corner of .vat6saad.yhar^6treet;;TO^        ���������///���������; s. ;  J; B. iHAQ-GIKy piivsiciAN & Sdrgeon. near cor< ...:  ������ aer ol, Yates.and goyerament Sts., Victoria, V.,L..  piEBCE&f^SEYMOtJRi dealers in'BBDBOiO-^i  A   t>pRFirpRE,.Broad Street,rVictcriay. V; L, / yh3:.. ;���������;  f!^S5f* ^RANCI3Sri, Hardware I Clociekt ;  V Mercbasts^ Wharf gftreet,'Vict6ria^ V-i;   ' ��������� i:������  jJENDERSQN and B'lrftJsrApy,  Mmcba^w,"' : J*tr* ���������  art  ?*E  ;ifc  articles,  ���������aweruti  zv.ni':-  ir\'i'\\!. :  lelohr  lase'.or  ctoria;  ���������Fre'slf  ^h'ahd  e.-.best  terror  SrasS)-  t*H:'A  Engt  Btfto  'diat'e  ?ertv  iace;  ^Cbl.  viayi  ibfc  I ami  y to  ������eM'  rar*  a be  find ������  :cs-<  ���������/vrv'./:^^  aOLL7jCQ3miSS|^  ���������;..��������� ������#,   i) t     Wi   'f%    **j    j >. J1 $ y /A    6 V v        ���������  (Before W. G." Cox, Esq.).  James A. TaW vs. James Sfrain^^iB was  ft'casaTdP^the iejectffietft fbf defendant from  one interest in the Butbii Bill Company, on  my purchase wasJmade lii Sah Francisco, .on;  tho 12th of January last; on being shown Bills,  of Sale fromTQ?BrtenWCflffa������d.fr6m Cain toj  himself -identified the ^natures of both |; I;  cave Cain $250n4n. cash -for .the claim;-1 ;was;  wellWareia#tnM^  cense: -I" have since "examined/ tlie /Record  Books arid fouh'^itVe^  TCalhr,PEl^$li  ia^^Westmiri^yr/j'Hhe last record of the  claim madibyO-Biieri was:^n>lst;June, 1865;  the^claim'wa* laid over fronf that date by the  Qold-(#iiimtaion^  ���������was completed..A,   vl-,:-%'.*���������&?&    '���������"������������������-- =.-������������������������������������ ; ���������  "" "* "    was/one; of/the  /fticolaiBaih^  the re-recbKdi>f the grbniid^arid v took out O'Brien's Licensed the* 1st JunWl865; O'Brien  was.bQre[iiU$64faMr^  llvmgin another coUntry, arid could  to re hold or represent 'Mriaim; hero, /apd; that  those who had^ represented^ htm/here had rib;  Powerloi^Attorn^toMoso".^.*t ;f.'0r  The Judge remarked-that it had been proved that O'Brien wa������ a^ij^Sliner a������/fber&ne  he madeTtl^;transfe������o1f^e clairii^to plaintiff;.  ,t^at thecjaiin haying ,beenflatd> over untiUthe  completion.of/the Bed j Rock^lrime^id not  necessarily compel himijtoi remain herb^ and  jtberefere^e^w^  ������������s  pitt  ���������  y*  ���������  fa  ������  Pi  .Hi  ejected and'^ali^^i^^^SSslMsibri b&the  claim /OrderlaaQeifof deleMantto pay costs.  Mr. Walkem-for plaintiff^* -^   ,/ f.y 7 ^  .: ��������� *xi H  **:?* ^'^dftjvMay 2S&. ���������  Capt. Travallibt'vs.GrBellair.^-ThiB was an  action for the ejectment;pf4efendarit from one  half share in the/SimmerCo.j-Wniiam^  alleged to baye-beenr juftffed ^ evidence^ was  bfought't'd' 'show th'artSe^Tairiiwag Eid jbver  from 1st June^to/lstOjc^ ex-  press���������conditi6ri;iliat.;alItHnei-sliould-be -run  after, that .date..;, plaintiff^uLnot represent the  grpurid/aftei: thbf1st X^cMer^nbr.did^.hepay  assessments ��������� defendant, hadAeen working all  winter unmolested" and"unchaflanged. The  Court therefore gave judgement for defendant  ���������""/" >'"   f"\,   T   '%    '*"''   T';-:r f-"y '"'?���������'��������� * ���������'" ������")."'/1'���������-! ���������'  Alex^Sned^on Jrs.fSneddon Tunnel .Co^y,  Grouse Creek, per JR.yHutchinsbri, foreman.���������  This was a suit calling orTdefendHntB to show  Cause -Wby������they,shouldvri6I*transjfe  ^l?&M^7^^^^^������'y'to"pl^  Plaintiff admitted that only a'verbal-promise  ^as^ipnibydefendantswhenithey.came.into  possesslon/dfHhe gtoMd .that1 'whebpav^^  ofcruekte(piaintiff);shouldc-have a share: rip  memorandum /was Jmade,/of it lii the Bill of  Sale;'' i*"*--1*^-**->*--'*i-*-i-������-   -���������-.  - ~    ..       -  Zealand;  claim  the  l-t^mep;always to w^tch}the.wheel and these,  '^re/reliejexoZj';;^^ wen|;jwrQnfe:all  ban'dS^^ -/their 'turrii/at  wktchittg ���������the^laim  ground after 22rid^5ctbb;eV  fce'a'ri^'wa^rSel^aF  that tha claim ^was^pr^sente^ 31st  October4ask^   ^  the New ZealandlCci; Siadlbeen working in*  dustripuslyi :and^ perseveririgly^ ifbr th^-lasii  three years and that: the ;Hood ^rin<el;Ga/ori  ^evothe^;hand^ha4;b^  to; time^d^hadidbiie no; wbrk:till Jast! w inter^  t?J,^Puid: therefore .ordertbe- defendants to!  tiV ejected ftoriijiiie-gfoundvaridii-pay costs of  Court. / MrrRbbeftsori, fofplalntiflsf Mr. Park!  for^defendanta.' <h* Tr :r . \\7\ 0r v, 0 V -V/i'-i  r/Au Lewis vs. -Wi:SUdingi^This action^was  'brought������������������ to/:recbver/orie^alf intei^st in^the  Borealis 06Jji s^dbfylfy Bi^emsM^fex^:  ant without authbri^^- ~^l~~-t^^^  Gp'y'lastse^ottij^^e claim  seasdnl .ffi, -^risequience/; pf^pharicery, suii; ,*iT.  kn^^drie^iie\viSari^^ ther Wangle j;  Lewis j I knew- that- A* Lewis; bMied''in"%e  Bbrealia: claiin through;M^  ^QdJrLangley; Lewis/^ as;fepr^ritetivetof-it^  ���������fbwnin^^the- Aurora. indirectijr^/Langiey Lewis  owned in the. Anrpraj, Langley Lewis told me  ������he had sold ��������� his interest in both pjaims to, a.  Jew;^ thjsvWiw jlate^ in/thejse^  ing,tfie.claim after that;;.Andrew, iLewis./was  'not;on/ihe;creek/a������ this time; '���������', .��������� >.���������, ������������������ r. * -'. xx''  John Polmere sworn^rrAm^r^man!/bftlie  iBox^j&lWi^  ���������tetrr,  ������ft?E"A������1iN/Q;,l;ROld  xr  satisfied that,he\did../*not own;in/^e/co'y>;)Av  Lewis owheU av (Juartershare iri'tfie^Aurora &  Borealis Co!y through-his brother, and received dividend&ftvom Aufoni;^bW'half shaire between them in,eacbco-y;; think.A. Lewisrreft  thl������fere$k^^^  :..;.'���������;. CAMERONT.ON. /WILLIAMS CREEK.���������'..���������.���������."���������  THE1. TERMS OF SUSCSIPTIOK hatebee-hvre(5uced-tb  /$2 per moath; above*^400/volumes' of ;New ^Wbrka  h'aye .beehionljf latelyjaddedao the 'Circulating; Library, i  and more are expected daily. /: Parties /are soiiclted-to  Bubscribe.:, :-- r���������<������������������ ���������rrX^:^*^^yrX^X0X^'^ r  yV:0-y; - ,;���������.  i^r JOl^iBOWRG^^lbrariai^  .-(,,  y\\  I'W.  n:  7:100- ::  T00XX  0B&RKBR M<LtiB.9jll���������������  ������ yi,'*r  ������Ka������  ���������:---t'    ^l'  . ���������Y^,r-v);^,Y,.!,l?7J���������T-,;^r;t-1';',/   ,  ypr  jyy  ,m yin'i'  ?.-'-vi7  ���������yy\.  ;ii;r;;/.^;;,;;>-  ���������*i:;,.  r _ J,>*i  Vy'.yr^' ^yt':'i  '- '"X  .'-. '_��������� M-.Y'j.-^t';  mi  ;:v:i!CARPENTBM^/&^D^RS������ATf>OLSJfa  \ ;*>���������������������������* "<������������������  ������������������'--:������������������' ���������"/-'   ';���������-V;;--   ;^ >..  JQWmUr  FUSE,- &C, &0i;  . ,   ,  ���������    _ - ALSO,    ..,   ;���������;;, :-:;,^/3 ,/- ....:  liO/i  ���������.'��������� ?.'������������������  mr^^fxmj&tw  &'���������**& p7������  '-..- y0''-yr.:~y ������������������r7'-''''til''--^}    ?'*fi-Xij*-n ' ^*'\r.'yX''X':] ,' *'  jtlM:  m  m  mm  m  1 -n - n^?-^aritr cltM/.tbe.. 22nd. Section- of  the Gold Fields Act48^,.as.applicable to the  case.-<whifi|i: was^sustaine'd (by-'the CburV ^ a'  I case,  the case dismissed on: the jgrpiind of no cause  w Sj^i Plaintiff,ordered,to/pay costs.-  Mr. Park for plaintiff arid lor. Robertson fbr  ���������defendants...,....  :���������"."-*/  ti^wrr?e*laial Ca,;Gonkiin3 GuicW; vs. The  "nn0SS W .^W''^1* action' calling  oa defendants tdr8h6'w/cause why they should'  not be ejected from 400 feet of-mining ground  ted b/iPlainti������-. The plainti&s.plea was  w f l^������k UPth^ erbund rn dilute on 20th  oept., 1S65, and represented it till the lavimr  off Jg?-',aa^ ^represented it again on  .1st May lost, and-th&t defendants during the  and tiff ?a ^^thBecemberlast) located  iTnnST^S f<?re^^n ofi^NewoZealarid Co.;:  on in the legal'way-on-lDth^September last  Zji?^ aotlces at both ends of the  land P������' nffJFPW^ ������^ Zea-  wer?������rf������KP- ���������'? th "���������?Pier>i������fer that "date we  ffnnnl. fe ^R were all:^living on the  weSW^?d^^ ^9*"When..called on;  ^orPlf^y ^ri on the ground as could7  j4nh ShiSS darmg, the last ^^ y^ara.  m Shawcworn-Am an owner in tho New  til/he;came np this spring;*IfFdok^bii Mrv^tir*  ling as the present 01 wrier of, thC Wf share in  the ;Bbrealis)c6jy;! wlffl reffer^nce't^he^recorid  pfJliieJBowalia-;co:!y bf-2Sth June last/I think  ^hat De vine ^a^;;cOrito0d/when> he macle it. as  wer hadv so jnany/laWiSui^ afcthe; tim#r  Witri^s^'wM^iere' asked^if 'he ffiought that the  iecoiii ^ade prior- -to \ the. 28tb;jurie^;J865,  were irregular or ^ilegal^.'^^wisrl^^  the previous records^ were;enp^gh/for!all-pm>  poses.? Idon't knpw-4ihe object of the Secretary in making the record: of 28thi June; several parties are iblding in trosttbr others in  the'Borealis -co'y. ./���������.-;;.. 77 ''������������������:.;-; ���������; - '���������������������������/ -07'.,; ;j  r Mr* ;Cp dd 'swpr ftr?������i. knb wth^Lewis bfbffi--  era; I had it; conversation:with; A.:Lewis last  fall; he requested me to purchase. his claim in  the Aiirora-rarid said^ "if ybu feel'like buying  talk to my brother Lang; any bargain you can  make witn him will:be all Tight ^-he said he  was'going to leave" tbe- cpiinSy for .good 5,1  was/pfesbrit 'when Stirling purchased fro in L;  B. Lewis; I witnessed the Bill of Sale; (shown  Bill; of Sale arid identified it); know the money  was paid Ibr the'Ciaim; I lbbk^oftL^LewIs  having a right'to':sell from what AuLewis told  mbpreviously; I did not tell'.Stirling'about  Ai Lewis' conversation with me aboutseiiihg;  plaims in Borealis; arid Aurora were ."selling  last fall very?pheap; Stirling and I werb partners in different claims. . //>-;*.- r..; ';���������  ? Mr. Strouss oworri^l own in the Borealis  co'y: I -purchased a half share in the Au rora  and Borealis co'y from L. B. Lewis for myself  and Stirling; I took a Bill of Sale; L. B; Lewis  applied to me to purchase, and fixed the price  at $750j I:paid tlie money to him myself on  the 3d Oct., 1865; kuow that L. B/Lewis always received dividends i'rom Aurora and  worked in that claim; Mr. Dodd told me it was  safe to buy; first Bill of Sale was made out for  tho Aurora orily; another was. made <;out for  the Aurora and Borealis and the first one torn  up j both L.; B. Lewis and,������Stirling, suggested  this; a sale of an interest in the' /kurora we  considered among shareholders to include the  Borealis co'y also., /;/   ���������. Xr XZ  ;* Mr. McCbrmickswbrn4-A. Lewis authorized  his brother L. B. Lewis to act for him after he  left the creek j this authority extended to the  selling of the claim ; I saw it in a letter from  A, Lewis, which I read, telling him to sell out  pf the Aurora and Borealis co mpanies ; th is  letter was dated at Victoria in the end of August or Sept.; it is now destroyed.  /Mr. Stirling sworn-���������A. Lewis never asked  me to give up the claim before this suit; ho  never spoke to me about it since he canine up;  (CoQtlauetl on Third -Page:]  um&K  iB'������9Z&& TIL LETi  "f^j0o^x^l!^  - i',, v ���������   M������alsi ready at < all horiri*  z?> 0yurf r&iim0&":07r 70004 0X$* ./'���������"  ��������� l ; -.. n^^^er,tp;Inoreas������:)/f /    X\ 0  i.rmms^ /.  <W W'->������������������������������������- -i^ij>j:-.v 1 :;���������:,:t'<---���������<-:-y^tu   y.  * r/,''v'^vyzQw^'Ato4������ANAiifoi.   ,t;:r,,-r  < (,-, ���������* ;v^^pBHC01^DlrfBIAi������^^ '> >-:  -new; WEsraisratE^^  >X00 ;>J1 00XPARIBOQ:;^to M0i^r0r.  7ji 'ztoiziiit 1 W#l^4^Tii c>ri ^^^^yfi^fy ���������  y v- I  ^PSITEOI  Moatrea!;r*To"*dhto,(,;^uebeo) "Harailt'ori/London; KSaf-:  ������ton;,Cobonrgvifiell&ville^ ��������� Brantior^ Broeb*"'^ ^  V.vUle^'Whitby^Peterboro/Ottaw^Quelp^  SB BRITI3UrLINEX^C0l?S BAKSi  ���������i,'       i X   > 1: 'rrX'   i;-  .  f-    - '     J *-   r- -:y*���������; ���������  $N^&ik9SZ^^ COLUMBIA^  '"        !  ",      .-Head.Office,.Lombard St., Loudon*.  ���������'-- 6UERENT 'ACCOtE'TS opened fcr 'any amount agir  1 /'Ooverarhent^a^otaer; Sacurities 'received tor ,aaiVl:;  custbdy;^<Iatferei6tsiiid DivWeadB^collected; *7r- "J J K  t:?;Re^iv^^a^6^1^0rAav^aces;  ���������upM  ^^*;.  X   -r- ' *  '.THB?.BANKi������?;>  '���������i,,ii>,i  SUFELDjER  &  J;; ;/-RjoH.-Fiiip.,  >���������;,, .''   ;--���������>'DEALSB3IN /->'  PROYISIONS, GROCERIES; ;C������(bTHING,*c  .'���������"*- v ih'. ;"������������������ -A '���������-'������������������ *-i:i-<-.L1'>-Li ^'-V-l. -''XX^-^ X'*-    *"'X'  '  Storage andjpommission..'   X ���������ar  ;%i/HOFRMANi  iDEALER3;ilM  : i-Tii.  ;* 'M-  A large supply of; Libii88';6bbM]on;tn^  1:;:-;H^;DjQ;E:;MSv   If ffiffgfll  EAl^ERyiliE^A^otaiag: Uie Express pfflc������;-;������-  BAEKBRVILLB.'  M/VJ/'BLACKMAN,-  /, BABKERVILLE.  brewers;  LEWIS/WILDE, /.  opt and: ���������$$oi\:^rf"a?  '.'/��������� :b ARSE RVILLE :.;-.,-���������  JAMES   PUftDIE,  BLAQ%SMJT  .RICHFIELDv ,  Dealer in all kinds of Provisions, Clothing,&c*  3������- Stabling f������r H^fl^s  Hay, 'BRrtef^ad 0*������a el*  l'B  ;ESTABX2Sma) iJTii:  ' ^HSA������';bmCT:''V������'#r.' HELE^P^GB^O^di^/;,  :IDRAl'Ta ISSUED on'Loaddai.f>Ww-tork,';;to"Fri������������^  ^ .Bills' of',"Exchange -and; Gold^i^bassi.r. J lt;:  ] 'Interesfc'bAi iSpeclklDspbsite 6f.^oae^Eno^ed ^'tbft 'I  rate of a g.aarttjr of oaeper ceat;periaonth.*,;  ' /"' ���������   'l',  7 ofa&msr^Ited'Sad: A^t^^^^x^^'i^i^T'  -within24-hoari:iaCoiaor>Bira^;-"'���������*'��������� ������0U '<���������*- '��������� x ''::J-.-"  .; Orasofteveiy description carefully Assayed.  1' N ��������� B^Aay iastittCLicas as tos tljte disppeal of tbepr*-"  coeds of Goid1 Dust forwarded t6 the office Ja'VictbrSi  'for Assay wQl bs'carefully'atteh/5eci,ta;,:,/,-/.;-\X?>&X  r i ���������.;;'/ wit i.r.-  XI; G:j-SEEPHERI),/iian^er;"-  ;- Victoria, VA\ April^'isee:'  - ' 0- ��������� >-sv"'l":\  ''  ;'Em-  T*  i^-sapa'ats^i  :;4->'^������  ,^:.Ai.;  Coaa?^niV';afeLiriob^"^  i.Ji ���������/���������": NELSON^S^ffcr New Westminster & iyictqrir,'///  TITILL ARRIVE AND BEPARX from' the:office la"  :t V��������� Barkerville;: to cnaa^ct'witb' tb9 Bt^amer,"Ea-'  terpriselVat Qa^sapliaoiath,5:aad������ the*.STAGES- at Soda-  Creek\:EVERy.W^Ki-coa^'-ying;TB^saai,'/LBr*-.  ters aal Valpariss for.all p^irts of tbe wcrl *. ��������� -, ;Also; ;  CJommissibas1 recsived; and. forwarded by.ExpressJaix  the collecUca of ^Toteat Bills aa'd<: the purchase/of arti./  cles to be obtained at Now/Westmiaster/'Victoria^ Saa^  Francisco or earouta, aad^ returns' made with.dispatch.  '    ������  -<-������������������   :X :'f X:'i JOHN B/LOVELL,.-...-;���������-  .'xi.a .     Agent,' B'arkeivill*. ���������  ���������������!f:  ; the undersigned is iprepared to ���������;  mJEAX- '*&&���������& I SAND, ;BLOFINGS;  '.. PANNINGS,  Oa Commissioa, or will, purchase any qaanttty op .Mj  -���������-���������'��������� Most Liberal Tbrssb, at the     ;   ���������:. / :  ; ;; ��������� Beading Ropmi Camerpii^iii: ������������������,-/  The'Sabsoriber is well .kaowa:on WiiUaitis'Creefe; aai  from thecoafldeaca' reposed ia him- last Fall m;ta������-  abeve busiaess,.be hopes to recoive the patroaaga ������  tbe Miaiiig communityt^easuiag^Gasca.^r-w v  .> ' g'---   --��������� ���������'--���������' - * t. - ^ JOHN JpyWxwvff*-, ,.  -// -00 7 NOfflC-E"; ;/\::/';;/:'V.''rr  TVURING THE MINING :S2AS0N' the undejsijaed  I) will be prepared to-execute Surreys anitrjinsact  *������wwl Agency ^uiatn.     .   JO|^M|B^ mr  Agents for th^*^bb0:Sestette^^ -  ^;il^-;-;/^./g:S;/;  -,M<*v     ��������� .... ~   ���������;-���������-;,-;���������.���������  A-Y'tfi- .      ���������������������������':":���������':, ���������',���������?'.'������  ���������'   '        .--;, -��������� '.   ;  >;<���������  ,': ���������  gp^;-:-;  11:11111  mmms,  //fcv-.;^:;;;;;;  W    'r.;,yJv     ,.;';'-  ; ���������  .^i'/;^;-���������/; -;������������������;-;. ^  ,;/;!/;^;:--^v;/;/:;//i.-.  S/|/'^;-':/-;'//i^S  hm:yy-X^-yry;.y'-  %yXx:^y'X:r:y  /-'' v/;' ���������' "'  ;/if Wi '���������/";/// ^-/;  ���������.;|������;/-/ ~:-:P0XX:  ;4i      , yy  xxyr^xmrnx  :;,'si/;.:.:'-,'. ,''���������.-���������> :-;<--:.;  Xmmm  ���������v^irn;,-  .J :V:.l.. ',,--���������-..;;.., ..V..;V  -  31  1/     \ /:...;  ,|������,.     '/;//W  ||t?/l;/;;p������f^  ^M;-/-;/--;./^;  :fc^SJ:V-:-v----vj-\'-:';i-.-.vV":-.--  :-&,;;;;/;;;;/;/;./;���������:  p|--w//:������������  ;;|;;-; v.':-- 'y.:'y:,r\ -.:'���������;<���������- ���������:  i/;;/-1:1-/-;'//?^'1////;  I  ^Groa������������Creeki--^  Van Winkle,  -TicMiap V-"- ~ X -:0^^.7^LfM^nm^m  ���������   * f \ John Doran.  V;    : .. -'-. r?   ���������"   --'   ��������� - -���������-,->>.,>'���������������������������--��������� ��������������������������������������������� ������������������ ���������-��������� -������������������<��������� .������������������P.v.^w.^.-.'  ':; &-*? ���������>������* M^- < :*'-i> -i-vt '���������  '-MOND^Y'rM'AY-28, 1866;'-  :^i;iM������-i"r-?t".';;  -   ^-O^ing-to ^the-'length-of our Mining  'Summar^  usual article and other interesting correspond  ,Sd������OCecare held over to.ourTbextfeue. 00* /  %;-/ ���������./';, ���������;;-/v,>vGHMGERY^R.-LAm"'' .v /<",-i  To jja^vSoiroRroF-uTOBT" Oariboo-Sentikel/''  ,    Sir,���������pur/4ntere8$ts';-asfiSlners^. in: Cariboo;  vX makes^is^a^ endeavour to; l^rn;sbmething of!  : the mininglaws aridTegiilatibns'"bt itbis Gblony.i  Each miner,3yben;hC-enter������ the^raser, is told  ��������� *S^|n^^cpmPfe.witl^h^  may hold ms claim;/and-,be able to possess  : Jiiinself oi������,the. goldUriiit.'A/rEirst he.must get  :-<       ���������       , jg      ,;    i,*MMXIUAWAA AAAVi   .,���������*������.   .:.-       :;s>?.~m  (Special Dispajch to the CAarBoo Sen^ikbl. j, //  Oicbe Greell/Miy 25th^A>persoAl from tlie  Columbia iiirnishes us with the; following:-^.  ^P^Monday,/^eJMl^  were on the way down "the Columbia in a  large boat it capsizedandthe^^  sons:were drowned iM: Miller; Rbbtr^McGee,  ������������Q0������foyftJ; JDeport/Sanada ;"Wm: Caid-  well, N; B ; J,G. McKeilU N;B.; Richard.Har,  yej^brnwall^Englahd;5Edi Gilbert;^ichard  Goldsw^rthy,.JVm;:^ithard^^^H^ \f,  Hocking; Little1 Jo^yESmlobps5} ~ ^ Doimell,  '^$m Tork, MayVm  *".., v.^:".';-....'-���������%,-." ��������� .,?��������� zxxX: 0*< ���������--. x %  get infatuated with ^nMi'.. and 1% huru^-gur-  dies-tj? old men/as;^^1 as^oun^married u0  sitiglej/but, theri, ;^Lpyei^aike the measles, att  tUe worso^ wheni it comes^^ late in life;?' r %  ;i Thankful for early mebcies# \ \ '0  ii'Xr ' ��������� "/��������� ";/'Iam/pfbtemj^     ������������������ ���������";���������=  * ��������� '   r\ ,''���������":'''   "' -' :fPATBKFAiriMAS;r:r  ,-. 7m^B������k  CAMEKONTOWEt  '   -���������������������������'���������  "-���������- -  -   -     '-   - ;v/  fc  ���������llivKr.lS ���������//.;!;  i   l!  ���������K;;iK;';;- ��������� :r'y:. rryX-:-';  yyy'--'Ky:-:--.yyryy  :rXi^ryy::ryyrvy  . m  m0MXXX;-:  "y - . m  i. andjjB.Quripg;Qur;.titles.d;ojmiMng claims.-Tlien  if a miner has not proper)^ 5?,corded or-represented-his claim, and some one else has  prospected it^alf-'he-h'as to doi i&' to' raise the  / metat to^ett into >^hanf^rv? *nA -teW;^  t,w;.-Auo jL������������:u>A>'.;ui - j?j ttuco-juns aavancea tne rate  U>fijisj50jm^  Vdto .the Diet warlike/propositions^on her  -ptttiroiTdefeac&^/^&wtrJatf^  aete conciliatory,; buK objects to disarmarheat under  ���������prejefltfpircum6tances.":;, ^yarlike.-preparations will be  ipress%d,forw������rd,v ^Populaifi demonstrations had taken  .pla"c"e.;.::. /v,^<;-,,-,.��������� ;"'->..., h .. , X:::>: * -;.������-;-v..^-|.������- ������������������,, ?*    .     ..  Paris, May 5tb. ���������Energetic remonstrances made rela-  .tive to Austrain armaments.; -Austrian, fioverament re-  f>0fted determined to maintain 'strictly defences of  lronticrs-   Franco accepted explanation ;'result, mu  tualjuaderstanding;' *i -   r^X ?��������� -;/' ��������� % < '���������! "*- ^%r    b -  //-Hope/May 23rd.���������A letter.received hero IVbm'Fort  Shopharti^ dated, the/eth Mayv^ states that the country  I around there was still covered witltaaow;-/ Provisions  I were jhigh: j^pur,- 60 t^.80,ceats^;bacoB?r$2 % ft, and  evcrything^o.iai>roj6rtipn///Tbe^  Shej^rd"pr^ise;w'e31//-'"w'; "���������:';-^-/:-; : /-v;-,  ������'��������� The'steamer 391.' was plying^regularfy': between Lit-f  tle^paHev20;mile^below Fort SJiepi)ljara,:AndJ)eatIi'  ZRopi 'dSir^s Hcfc charges-were* 'SiDOperipa for; freight and  $25>ior passage'. . ������������������   *,j e^j i.. ���������  .; Yale, May 23ril.���������Number of/ miners passed Clinton  pa way-upftojO'ariboo from'Comme'ncement of;the sea-  son;tb' May*,20th is^409; Ch inamem 5X7r * Passing do wb  lroiiAv CJkri D^^en1ifoitte, for Big Snob?, SOOT ��������� ���������' "��������� ~  (    A messago received thismorning by Sir. Barnard;  f; frpmCapt. Mouat; States;.tbat, the: steumer "Ma'rtea"  ���������would be ready to leave 6a the arrival of his stage with  ��������� the;mail,oii/Saturday, 26th-instAi,,-'   -      ���������������    >   \  , QaphelGreefc^ May 24th.^Tiio^ following vletter^has  )beea received JtomCajpt./ilouat: - ;5/,:.;/^ i  ' "I have.thejDleasur^pnofgrmingyou thatthesteam-  ,er '^tfartea " wiirmakeber first trip;this day at noon;  comtneaoing.regalar trips on'Saturd ay next, :1on, tliere-%  ceijitBOf>thenuiiI. 7,,;^, ; S'iM.A. mVAT,"^  lf[4Vo;fijrtherKastera news ;;liaedowa again.];  TEE 24th IN GAMERONTGWN.  In these stirring an<^vexerting^timjs, when  * jnianisra* is rtopant 7througfiouf Her Mai  ^dominionl ^o^atrhtm^  raust be>ctral^|i^f������pin������  - ^^hPie 6bld/Gommis9ioner;^has issued a1  notice forbidding the erection o^^ams ^  the> channeFbf the; creek|and: ordering^ the/removal of those that may'at present; obsti'uct  Ifc-y ���������'!.   ������   ,:..-:''-:!r-.;::;;-;-,' ; $Ah������ Xiy r^fn-{<X^r^''rr:iii''M-  ,-,.-'; fr. /-;���������'������������������ -��������� :-��������� ';.;-' ' ���������   /" ������������������---''"..--;    -..'"-"' <*; r--^.;.-��������� ;<' j .>/; \y,ii  ;������ ^Risb op rai-Gi^i^  was 'assuming a very threatening-^pearance;  cause<d;;by thebffecte of tbe' sumnl'er-likb "heat  througn'the'day'on the snow:' y\   ���������- "^ J *'  1   Hotel and R^staurantrkad"isrio?^  PrepJrii  tp.receixe^oardersiby.thoiwee^orlday "    ���������p^1  p.::-'^r:A"flrefcclass;XJb01t,hafe-b^etf  I * S"ies,wisbla������t0 B������a'd out this scasoa will������������/,  ;to/th,eir adyaatage;tovgive him a calLi^iniSffi^  cloanlineas,'-.:attention:to customers,; and a'lbSi,01  ':caaaot.bfe'e^elle'd^:'-"^^X':^j^^^  fv;  -jj-ii;-  J;30"^W/:^^RTISES1ENTC  \^w '.Tit '1o> 'TTrtwoo- r������������*������..-r������������������������.- t������-.-_--������������������! - -������������������..- ���������     -' -    ������������������������������������ ������������������- ��������� '  ERTSON,  Mile;Hoase- one Box Books, addressed A: JR^KoM  .. iSON, Richfteld.:. - Any.��������� person findiagjthe;same * and  leaving it with, aiiy of/Baraard's /Express Agents/will  be;suitably rewarded/ ���������?   '(��������� '     "irJ '- \'' /.' ' '',*   '?/ :  ���������;;  ;���������<//  ...v.'. :���������,���������)��������� w  -Y .>1."tf  B!ASymmLE^  l^?  't!.:.  =,, ..-. * ��������� "������������������'"'[-Xi- .x}i0lf sx ::0ii- ^r'xynX  .-WHO^ALEI^ND^RETAIL tDEALERS^iilx:  -"'���������'���������'���������  "    '���������"���������   '^ KINDS' OF r> An i 00*10  :?/* friY ,"/,'*  Nf.i-W  l-l^O^tf^  *ii5G'feT  .���������vKU������  f....  ^MEl^NTOWf?; 4  i%;0i;  'A>^������������'R"D::;  ���������,5-.tl������tri'Si.-  .11 -SV  ,.'>-..;A;1 W  KS/-GLL^ES'laTces"gfearp/ea  IfI'siacere/tharijcs.tothe Miaers,!?^^Mereliantsand her  frieu'ds'geac'raliy/ oa; WilliamsCreelc,' ^rtneir very, lib/  giyen byjaerroa the/aigbt^of tbe 24th inst;, the success  of:-which was all that.she could 4desire;frcs 1 - i4i "> ������ 'J  *!:  1,::X:7:-^ '������������������'������������������.".   ���������"'>;-���������* 'MARy,A;;.CLDNES^5������������������  , -Camerontown,' 26th May, 1860/    * ; *  &?/SHQESp^  ���������<.": ��������� .-...'..a i. : .cv. :'������^:. -_ I.-.... ������ :#��������������������������� :'"'������������������'  a po*s  i>.J:;  T  K? CaPARTNEBSHIP. 'heretofore^isflbg ^etweei.  ���������-: Mepsife. J. B, CHANCELLIER and K,; OUNK) has  been chssorved to:day by mutual agreement; Mr/Cun^  'remains soi^proprietorrdf the Barke^iUe ^eWefv;-';  - a^H^^^fee^'May 23rd, 1866;. X^XXl^h Wtm  ���������-:.-.,l.l^!*???!;<������'?.  '*' ;; -N'> >;.    "���������'���������?'/ ;-'i'":^'J?'^',^-^1 v.   v;/U^ ^-MV../ i .. .{...  ������ f^Ylrtr/  Beg, to calLthe^ttentipn oft/Miners and Wert  /;Z^,tp;tbeirfull assort^ntof.SUl^RIOR^OOlB--^-  ,/   1 J 1V.S. ....v *Wch will be'seld .     ',  ,.,^;:  ���������$t^/p'^VT/-J*SSb.;E;s"i-  to-aiake roomJfor-aj NEW1 STOCK to arrive so'sooaa  - .. -^ ; - the Roads are open;:r-;"v'W. j, ���������'���������.**'���������  S ja^������iierai^ilo^^e^  Restaurarit and Hotel Eeepersr and the Trade generally  oa large orders. . '.;      rxrr'M*},.,' v..i.ji��������� \y j7, -  illlll|i;;i:;a;i|M  branil^sioa  ���������i-VOife'j  AND,  rj-K..  '   rich daim by Gfianc������ry^������-4y^ tho ugh t hereto-  ,; fore tha.t;we,knew hoWrto-majve good ourtitles  by.^w^nWteirus tiawutoldo'the samFthlnf  by Chancery, and'.ybu will#>e^ ^eriefhetor to  the mJ9e^;^.0j������]JDo^;r^r!e^we/to bAgoyern?  / ed by������rmining lawl^bil. i^ulationslbf tEe  golonytor those of tbe^hancerj^burt ?^Fhere  .. ��������� seem6>to be'a piain^antagonisnt bet^en^hemf  ; IHhe^latter is- to; supersede/;tee/fornter^ ^ou!  /'../ought; tp/en^eave^F^  3njpha%'e^;aiimk  tiohg,������o"tfi^ liable to" go;  astray. Iinalje ffiese/inquiries solely for --3n^  formation, ^and/hbge/tbey will h^e/sq^e/little  et^ct^in^^hi^an oi^stig^tionyT^Sipb'i wilfc  givelos the lighfwe:nMd^n^e subject.^ 0  WiHiamaityeel^mM MayMtfi'^66r^  i-you. en- fully in the breezes of this ,remote.corner of  ^^aUsJ Her empireX^e-fmmReM)^mo^mSt^  title to aland:-^>p������:^rarB^w;JJMbPJSibi^iit.    We  ^P?5*^31W the banners of two great 1  nations waving so gracefully together oflv the  hea4sotai^edcpn^ub  ofvB^w^,bemg^realizedr^^  S������? WWPM-9 ^shalliyrithers bean^that"  rocks; of. the: Cameron claim/and,- .although  I/Cither. Armstrong n^.^hitwbrth, - oiir euV  m|#^^%a^derabfe^  vet be 'heard'f n -th6T?n-^ni t>^^^',WrJi',^  - ,f ^ u, ^?EBT /COLLECTORS./^-^ -.-,  P^������ ^Mmmg Accounts carefully niade up\ * All mk'  of ^rma.;and;agreemrats drawn/Rndii^p^, ^f SSs  ���������prc'r&s-.  ;'^ELLY?J/feAT  r^Eyer^tbiag^^don^ia^onneotioa/wUl^^  meat to^^ give satisfa/ction to; the customers. L Oi^ >. ������"  >i ^Mfi Mealsia^rall: hdursi^.! "^,'"-"? s./!������1, * ���������' ���������. i'  ;''^?%'  ,i������;\, ���������  BECS TO INFORM- THE MR(kAN^^^PrjBLIGv ' 771  ot /Williams, Ci?i ek that^ho is prepared, at the Short-' . 'A 0  est; notice,', to,;rom9Ve;goods 'pf^v^t^:AesevipXio&^^^f *  care betwee^tbe ^  Cameroatowhv at reasonable rates.' /��������� '0ii":XX. Xy- ;������������������/''  /Riclflield,'May-21st; 1������60.'" '\ /' / ^ \' / "   5  'WAiij$ri!r.:  i-'-.'.i.  " ^Vhbiesale;^!^, Reta^f {  irv.,;?^'  \XXr  : One g^tlenian;ottndoubted4b>alty, for  want of something better, hoisted his own red  slirt--and as the ;wind:i5mld rise and;&ll;the  -B&i&j^iiM of a;wind1,  mifth^iy^ushinff^b^ari^���������fW������>^������<dUSisSsi i-*y-L^'  1 n  '������*?���������  milfcmadly^ushi^tb^antffrb;^  , ;^^te������^a^feflM;m  if /In the evening we;had a/grand ball, which  'Was wen amended; ,AsMa^a thinking ���������  you know tnerest^-now ancT^ir, X^aJz  ��������� ������������������-'���������'���������/:" ;^^j Weii^reft^Jafi^ bur-cbuiflc  eoifi/an*!!^^  ///wteias^^  ;;/ with; credit to himseli^atid to the|entire; satis-'"  //?&cti6n'b������-^  r/wilriSa^i^tJieiJS^  : reafbii ;to r; ^kiii^liii^ ^ep ia^h^inadeq^acey/  ; At is,.his'intention^o Je^ye^the:CQlony,vour best  / wishesi ^d Ibp^of tife YwhplC .bp  fbllpw^htmiw^  jm   ^^wiwawpww--"He7sa  It is;a:pity4hatrthb;'(^eMSeBiap^QbtiaB^'j^ jollygg.o������d'|dj[lp^#fii&'''i^idi: Icim^-^bal-  a littleMnore;-attehtion^^ .the arice-all/"���������" With a h\n. hm &������ -i������������������������������t..|?j  peo^e; by. endeavoiinrig to retain the services  ,'?/ Wfdr?WPra;:who;:.thoroughly/understand  theirbusmess,; instead of vbting larce salariek  lor sinecure offices. -      - *       '-i  .sientorian^otes^tVavwelh  perfectly audibley. /Howcould .a/man sleep?  I Impossible 1 /JusTlisten; to. this strain of mii-  ! sic.and fancy 'iov^^J^^\^Bl^p^h such  a lullaby: \ "First ladiesjbrwardiand^-"He?s a  ahce all,"���������(< With a hip, hip, ;hip, hurrah I  ^tP^jt join hands -and* circle to  : _ :0. ^y^^4eayeJS(Jl^'aB^  -'" -i.r/J .VS-i'^1 ^YX&HTf/r/;-^ t;.j "^;?u  '/ - ."^ Will leave QXTESKEL'' / : /.'/'',  WEDNESDAY-&^SATITRDAY MORNINGS?  ".. ,7-^a ^a"-/.; : AT.f O'CLOCKy: " -y,r - ���������'��������� :**4  '^Qnaeotia^;.at.^a^reekyyri tb Baknard's, STAiBFs/oaj  /;   .^edhesJay's trip down and Thursday's;trip/up.;;  :; j^/Freiglit io/Quesnel li cts. ^ lb. ���������   ^r  Steamer. *Enterprise' V .-     ;  ���������,.-  ��������� ���������    ��������� !< ���������������������������.-..    i 1  - ;:Jtay:^^:i86^.;/j;^v./../-,;:;;-;;:/^ ^���������?fi;  B^y-'-BYBjfcliGr,''  .i'LLS.i?  AT, TEE;'  </;������-  ^:-V^/'?^:i^?^  y4 ^li/^overs of the raRriscHOREAirMOT^  ^JL-itivited to call ana enjoy themselves, When a heartiri: ���������  welcomp will be/extended, tx 7 Xr 4 5? r-..' x r������";. - '=������ &*j; "^  ��������� ^-^fe^^^laesV -Liquors and Segars;  and Guod Order observed.     ��������� ���������      -��������� ---���������  1."  MA|tTiK,*[.COOK, ;Prop'r������  u  .:- . jefcThe QueenJsbirthdaywasbbsbrVedon  the er^ek by an un.nsal display oif bunting the  finog of guns- &c,/. IhVthe Evening Sundry  social entertainments were indulged in but  throughout the day and riighfcndtdisturbance  occuredito/inar the wonted qmet%f ?the- cbm^  '-���������mu-nity.    ��������� ���������--���������. ��������� :;/->;.;/, j0 '        /,'  ^^cib^T^On Thursday last, ivhil^r: Jas.  Ohnatie, foreman of the Cameron;Co?y, was in  the act of breaking.'a boulder in the1 dicffinis  a ni^ce of ifonrndir flaw ^.fpr.r.A ,.i���������.;���������i_ -.t5?r 1 e  and "We'won't r>M1>aUwi ������uu uircie ro  the left"���������"till daylight.;,doth iappear j'f* while  hbw and again a^highiy; excited individual  rwdiild break out with, "Hoist me up the American-flag; crown me with the eaglev'^the next  line I coiildi^ not eatch/bult^^theicohcludihg^ line  invariably finished by drawing attention to  that little vicious animal spfond of eggs and  blood suckingi" 0n,&e:'wholeM'v|he'Dall was a  y^ry lively and amusing one. J   ^  A young iSS^w^cm'fxme^f^j^lly it don't  matter, he was once in Eden~got hold of a  c0 w-bell during the evening and caused quite  an excitement for a little while.   Most people  Lams  ;0rdiaaace,:?'X8.:  NjO/t'i^E-''"  -.������>���������  interfere with any rlSteandS������n������L1?y g"������u^^ nor  to the Company.   r*a^.a?a Privileges therem;granted  /..' 7rf: v / /./' / -���������" :-E. A/WADHAMS, ^1  .Secretary,  4-2w  BAaK^yiLLE////.  MIS^/Tl^BER & 3^  THIS HOUSE HAS BEEN NEWLv FITTED UPO^i  ��������� vJ?e;RestauraTat'.principle witha view to tbe comfort  of thc.public, and. will be conducted ia a manner te.1-  ensure the satisfaction 'of those'who are."disposed to .-  favor the proprietors with; their' patronage.; /;/   / //./  ��������� ;-s/Meals at all Hours^ JGroqd Bed5. t; 7  ��������� r4������-The Bar is furnished with tho, best solectloaVof '  Liquors;arid Segars;-,; .:-.--..-/"o;.:> ;/'���������;,-;.-.        ,/2- ������������������-���������'  i-iiwuu.u 01. Dreatcmg a ooulder iii the diffffinirsi " c*v1^I)J",I1,i ror a nine .while'-Most pebnle  a piece of J^e rock Setoff and efekflltoe,]^^ *"Jthe:24tK :^ad somethm/to do  fractuupg the;bone so that a portion of it had ^  to bo extracted.    He will be incapable of llPW ff Most^^ Gracious Majesty Ihe Queen!  me in consenii'ArtAA. I x������ flowt it wa^ meant for some one's ben^fif ���������  to bo extracted.    _   ^^ In passing down the creek the other  day we observed a notice on a claim to this  -onect; '^bncB���������Any person committing a  '��������� constructive fraudV ou this territory will be  j������ro8ecnted according to the utmost ritrbr of  i.fhnii<'Qr\:\](\\y.v. -:'������������������. ,/���������/:;'  C.  OAMERONTOWiSf,  PltOPRlfeTOR.  There is no distillery kept in this establishment,  and strychniae and rol-gut find no place here.  RICHFIELD.  -'(ji- ..  for whomy all Oamerontown knew. Perhaps . s T0 THB PL^ce of  the public generally will enjoy the joke. Wdl, A Harvy McNabb, from  then, the old cow-bell was runs: in honor of h������������rri ftw��������� ������ ^������  WANTED  . . MeR0HANTO.JwI^OT8IH;/'^^ '*::':?'���������:  PROVISIONS, ipLOTHINft  L.  MOUTTET & CO  w;holesale & retail:  't  then/ tMraid cow-lfeli^a7^S  another old bellej but an old s^  S2*?^S?lakiug 7������������r ^������d "is an extra-, C������T^*^  vagance that has ruined ma nv a man" ������������������������. ���������-J?-Mr- J- H- bright Williams &Sq*' rr ?S  } ^;������i '.T -Aiaraware ana .Vegetables.' ana; are deter-  ipum'8 the word.    Stnib^e 7���������>t U  S'^    : fu,McXabb ���������������*��������������������� io������r TOrt^mh^^ A"  KSf1 to?" ,thcm ^eapcAhan any'other; store on  .   r ^     -,u������y0t.7 jsn t it,-now many thing io aJa'awnt*^    ,; ��������� * *       ������ala������ror(8om������. J Williams Creek. Coma and see aa^1udW8rr<mrsclvefl;  /���������������������������..' ;.    "  .���������       "      * ���������   -.     m������   J  mm?iirii3jxih:im,.. y:r    *'r-y0--0iil  lUCHFIELDJWilliams Creek, B. Ci'  WE HAVE .OK HAND t large stock of Provisionsii  Hardware and Vegetables, and are determined to sell them cheaper than anv-other" store oa EL  the'abov*  nowprepir(J  ca/'v*-  h!3-kousef������.  ftgood/Tab^  kVrrop'f.  MONDAY, MAY '28; 1866.  VitoMUi  mm,  mining.intblligbncb;: % it  ~X\.  wiumm&QI^WA. X        . j  Although we;have, been daily dreading a  sudden rise .in. the ^creek/for-the past- two  weeks, there is/not any perceptible increase  to its waters yet . ;^We \caSinot, expect. to/ be  favoured with this/state/ofjthings mach- longer.  From the mild state'/ofthe,weather of late:and  the increased intensity of: the-sun's) rays} we  can now feel unmistakable,"evidences "of'the^  approach of summer/'/' The snow banks are  dissolving rapidly, and if the present weather  continues a few days longeiyeven ifcwedbnot  have, rain, a freshet ;is sure to be the result.  Every precaution has been taken bpweyer to  avert any danger to/claims:by. the building of  bulkheads and the clearing/away of obstructions from the channel, but still v strict watching will be required;to;prevent; any damage  being done to the Bed Rock Drain./ The mining season lias commenced, this /year at, least  days earlier than-on any previous year,  ten  '���������r"  ,t : v&nr-.-  adothen  300D3 ������������������-���������������������������������  head and Sheepskin co,ys; waiting for coraple-j  tion of bed rock drain.���������Aurora co'y, 14 shares |  Sf. Hilton foreman}; working. two shifts with  1$ men; has not paid so well last week as on  the. two previous weeks.���������Wake up Joke co'y,'  6 shares, Win. Phillips foreman, work 2'shifts  with 8 men; just started to wash last Tuesday;  are going toKsink their shaft deeper to get at  cr^ek ground.���������.Watson co'y;'8;shares,,.Geo.  Murdock foreman, work 2 shifts with 13 men;  arc making something over. expenses.-^-Davis  co'yi% 6 shares, Alex. Jack foreman, work 2  shifts with: 19 men ;: taking'/put:��������� good "pay��������� j;  have been working for/last three week,s.-L  Welsh co^y, 5 shares," Jonali^^WiUiams foreman,  at work on bed rock^ draini^-Australian co'y,  2 shares* 5-men at work ^working, top gravel  and i paying small wages.���������Cariboo co'y j; 14  shares, W. Wright foreman ; 10 men at work  on bed-rock' drain; started:pumping out lower  shaft on Friday last:���������Gamp cq'y(old Pocahontas co'y), 7 shares, 7 men afwork" ground  sluicing off top dirt, which is 9ft'"deep ; will  make one.ounce a day to .the hand whea they  clean np.-^Liilobe^co'yj 4. shares, John" McLean foreman, 4 men at Work on drain j bed  rock drain tapped their shaft on Friday ; will  commence washing  on Tuesday next; got  good prospect while bringing up drain���������Caledonia co'y, 7 shares, John' Perrin foreman,  work'2 shifts^with;;iO;menXpayihg fro   10 to  15bz. a day in upper strata.^rDrain co'y work  '$ sfiifte of.5 men each ;are rnmning at the rate  claims had to be represented on thp; 21st rinst.  instead of 1st June as formely, and all claims  ia a.workable 'condition are now being opened up with as great energy, and zeal; as .was  ever evinced during aityibrni'erseason. Everyone is confident of success, and' there iii every  reasonfori^^  gold taken out ofOaribpb this season as/bn I *������ T> ?.shares, Julius ILFery, foreman,/work  ���������"    STOUTS GULCH.  _Great damage has been sustained last week by the  Fioya Tunnel Co..through the caving off tbeir diggings,  in consequence of the sudden rise of the water in tbe  gulch; tbey will now be obliged to ground .sluice their  cmirn., sinco thelaccident four interests have changed  nanus, at $2003 per interest;, some of the members in  tno Alturas cu'y *ro the purchasers.���������Alturasco'y are  grmj.i.a.sluiclu^-the-m^ut43- of-t-beir-tannel-. to-pot- grade;  expect to resume washing in about'10 davs ���������Tlio Floyd  co y have, bought but; the Pioneer co'y so-as to have a  *%\l ������V w^"y���������The High-Low-Jack co>y are doing well.  '���������;���������e -Jenkins co'y are making from $18 to' $20 a day'  -*^e gmery xjo'y are doing as well as the Jenkins co'y.  ���������m V?ion ancl Australian co'ys are sinking shafts.���������  i  ?u   ������Dorailo/C0'y/will commence sinking;to.day.���������ll  iB^ the. firm impression of, those who aro ia'ihe position  >ii?ng abt!B t0 W&i that big pay will be takubout  ������f this gulch from.onu.crid of it to the other this season,  although it may be late before all'tho claims will get to  washJDg." ' ... .;���������'.: ...,-.���������. lirXX'���������'-���������. ": -...' '��������� '��������� ��������� -/���������.-.-. ��������� -������������������-'...  /;..;���������-. /^aMhitr^g^lch./.. \-.-:- ���������': ..."- ���������;-:.  .-'The Btobb co'y aro washing the pay dirt drifted' out  last winter, and making $15 a day to. the hahfl:���������The  Discovery co'y.are-making good wages.���������Sherman-co'y  are^flndtiig good prospects. ���������These :;are tho?;on]y companies at work oa tbe gulch at present.  :     '���������'���������   ������  ������������������;��������� ;^;- ���������;.; ; grouse; creeks ���������     ;;.";;/,.;;;  ��������������������������� The Sneddon or Discovery co. are steady at work and  taking cut good pay; R. :Hutcbirison foreman, o shares,  working 2 shifts, 10 men ;:-for three days'.-work they  took out last week.98 ounces/ one piece weighed $41.���������  French co'y arc making about an ounce a- day-to the  hand ���������Short Bond co'y took, out $8* from bottom of  shalt last week ���������Great', eriergy is/.bc-ing'dispia'yed-by.  claimholders on this creek in running tunnels and sinking shafts with bright'hopes of success".;.Everything  promises vweli for a satisfactory 6cason.oa tbis creek. *  ner he might have been inclined to take a diJ-  ferentyiew of. the matter,, but it.is not shown  that he ever had any interview with defendan-  at all. :7My impression isthat both theLewise^  intended leaving.tte country, and had it uo:  been, forjhe recent: decision in the Borealw'  case defendant would never, have been tror ���������  bled. :;���������; The plaintiff was not a free minerwhcV  the ciaim^was/taken up, 'and hadmo'-right'to  the;ground./;;'He/w.as not usually in the habit  of taking, advantage of the lapse of a few. days  in Miners/Licenses, but in this.caseheshould  do; so,, and /'therefore dismissed ^thc."case, and  ordereff]}laintLff topay/sbstsV:,5ir..Robertson ���������  for. plaintiff -.^-^Wall^^ord^eQ^t.p;,  7a-"���������������������������'-' '>.:' V'^.r^'';-;"'V...���������.���������.'?��������� Friday,.25tb May.-  Grous^Creck Bed Rqck FlUme Co'y,/per D. Cainerou  foreman^- vs. Anti-Heron Co'y-.per Stewart'Smith" for;..  man;^lto8su!j.w������.brottguvto:^  from 600teotMofrmjniag ground -belonging to'plaintiflk  ^TDuncan Cameron sworn���������Am. Agent for the GroUse  Creek Bed Rock; Flumo Co'y ���������  the Anti-IIeroa Co '^  ground is' located o'a therFlume"^Co.-'s ground r I cave  them"notice .to leaye but they rsfusod.r. "���������: .:'���������;���������'; ?r ���������'���������  -'.-.ICrossrexiimiQed~Tfle companv have'laidlSoO feetcf  flume; tbe nurae is permimehtly and perfectly laid ��������� w������l  commenced to work in August, 1864; 1 was sent tip &  foremaa of .the work;; ;-.: ���������-.' >;���������  . ������������������'���������:.':  '. ���������/ ���������;-. ��������� ���������    .K V  So'BOOtt'aj  made to  .generally  EM,  >'ppy  'V'i i.  coas.j:  sstailjji.  0Xt'y.  5 V  m  m  lize  B  'ISM  m  i  m  i:v  IT are;  tjear'tyr  ������������������������  E2^^  II  gars;  ?S3B  m  ������������������: . rai  >pJ^:  a  PON  stii  ���������M0/&  afort-  si^M  er to r  fe  S^iS  id to -  fe  ...  KCffi  SiEiS  aiVbf H7  yfjyXffa  2 ������������������-.:���������  BgBSS  fee.  out ditch  gold  any former.one,. notwithstanding._, the ..dimunit  tion of the number, of its inhabitants, rr- There  way not be such-rieh claims but the gold will  be more generally distributed, among ^miners/  and the prosperity more; extensively ^enjoyed  There are very few idle men to; bo-'seen around'  which is a very healthy * lo bking / sign; of the  time9.r   In order to give a cbrcect1 "report 'of  the various claims on. the creek. we-took -the  trqubie to call on each company^ or its representative, and give below ;the result ;br our;  enquiries.;   A great manjr;it will .be/seen are*,  only just starting' and ethers not^yct- -roadyy  hut. we trust to be able soon; to announce the;  fortunate successbf' a11^//,/;'r/: 0X7 -'7 /\  Ancient. Triton :^j%^^JA^';^m^:m&i% at'  work; haye^been working/allvwinter and getting fair-.pay.^-Bcadley -Tunnel co'y, 6fsh'ar'es,:  (3 men at work; doing wen;~Siitoes;&_Sjm-.  monacoi's,; these two .companies /have been'  working together :ail a winter running a drain  tunnel to tap their diggings; distance .run 1200  feet; are now: nearly ready to was^h^Smith  & Co:, 6 shares, .6 men.at work,-starting -a;  tunnel for back: channel.���������Forward: Tunnel  co'y^ 4 shares, 4 men working,-riinning in new  tunnel, are in 70.'feet,. will"haye'to go 20 feet/  farther before channel is reached; old tunnel  paid well during last winter.���������Casket co7y, 3  shares, and. 3 men at work ihshaft,;get gopdV  prospects; intend tbmmencing a tunnel tronT  creek.���������McLaren Tunnel co:y,7 shares,7 men  at work; this tunnel is run on a level'12 feet  rtboye the surface of creek ; are" working in  ground whicli pays good wages; did well during, the winter. ��������� Happy-Go-Lucky co'yj 4-  shares, 4 men at work, s_tarting a tunneljnto,  hill; will get in about 30 days hence.���������Well,  Mary Ann coJy, 4 shares, 4 men at work,-drift  claim; tunnel 2.98 feet long ; just prospecting  and making .small pay. at preseht^-The. Wilson, Brouse,t Dutch Bill, Steadman,: Six-toed,  Pete and California companies are all at work  cutting a drain from the head of the Bed Rock  Flume to the Wilson co.'s ground ; this drain  will be 20 feet in depth and will drain all these  companies claims; 30 men are now atwork,  and' it is expected with the large quautity of  water they now have that the undertaking will  be completed in a week or two.    This work  will be of great advantage to the-Flume co?y  as well as the claim holders, who are doing it  all at their own expense.���������The Hyack co'y,4  shares, 4 men at work, are busy at work ground  slu^Pf "i ��������� m*M ^wiU ^pay:: well ��������� have ��������� hot  washed up yet~.The Steitz and Gallaher co.s  are- waiting for the banksto thaw.���������The Forest  Hlli.co'y,.hill claim, 12 shares/-. Booth foreman, are fixing, up and preparing to take ad-'  vantage of 4he water when it -commences to  ������?"^?^.the' F1������me c6.?s:ditch^Toiitihe  co y, hill ciaini, 4 shares, Hugh Guest foreman,.  waiting for wateiv-St. Patrick and-Saa Francisco co.s, hill claims, waiting for water.-Oid  Ounmngham cd'y/timhel, 7:shares, K &.Tower  ^ma^imen^atwbrkrtM  trough the winter but-it is now paying off  expenses. /: /;    ������������������   . ...fVr   fa  J^hTe cfaon the first claim is- the Burns  andBlacMackcoys;; these co'ys are,united  to\^J*P*l?** e^* ^ the,5urns tun,  nf *ho ^f^t:.^ork---Consolidatedi toV (part  nelfr^DT?^)4  hanr!^ ^^ creek ^������ P^spect.-^apa^  hannock co'y (tunnel), 3 shares; have K0tf a  their^������������Ma1!'C0y are *������V-at work on  kerco^ ������***a^-������f^:P������0^They.-Barr  6 men, running tunnel .through bed rock  think they, will get into- channel by Tuesday  next^Surprise Tunnel ep 'y,! *3 shares^ Sam  Walker foreman, 4 men at workj they are in  nearly 200ft. through bed rock; getting gravel  overhead.���������Grizzley-co'yr 3 shares, 5.Grier  foreman, 4 men at work; they are running to  tap bed rock drainlr-rVic tori a co'y (partof old  Grizzley co'y), 3 shares, 3/men at work ; started/1 ast Mpnday to prospect for top strata in  which - thev Caledonia; are; Working.-TNever  Sweat co'y, 6 shares,-8 m*eu:at:workL;:vmaking  expenses, are drifting back to the deep cbannel  and in the cbui^e of a week ������will take/out pay.  ���������New York co'y,;3 shares, 4 men at work ;  drifting to discover paying strata' as in Cale-  dpnia.-^Beauregard: or ��������� C onfederate: co5.y, 7  shares, Geo Dougherty, foreman, 2. shifts, 12  men at work; paying on an average from 12  titles.  to '15oz; a day.���������Nevada Tunnel co'y," 7 shares  Wm. Kirkpatrick fpfeman, 2 shifts, 4 men at  work; driving an incline froni main tunnel up  into gravel.���������Bank tttnnel/co'y, 4 shares, J.  "Hugo foreman/2.shifts, 4 men at workf running incline up into gravel, are washing /and  prpspecting; this i co'y and the Nevada coV  use,tbe. ..same main, tunnel for. running -out-  their dirt���������Moffat co?y, 7 shares, Mr. Wash-  bum foreman, 2 shifts, 9 men at work; paying over wages.���������St."Andrews Tunnel co'y,  '9 shares, Joseph Hough foreman,  2 men at  work ; have run through slide rock over/208  feet; they are getting a small prospect; this  ground is situated in the hill behind the Bank  of British Columbia on the west side of the  'creek; if good pay is found in tbis claim a  large extent pf new diggings will bo opened  up.���������Last Chance co'y, (incline), 6 shares, Jas  Allrightforeman, 2 shifts, 6.men at work: are  running a drain, have not got into pay.���������Last  Chance co'y (shaft), 2 shifts, 8 men at work;  paying about 20oz.a day.���������California Tunnel  co7y, 14 shares, Wm. Hardy foreman. 2 shifts,  9 men at work; not -paying so well as last  week.���������Tinker co'Vj 2 shares, 6 men at work ;  fixing up ilume and getting "ready to wash.���������  Cameron co,y, 7 shares, Jas. Christie foreman,  2 shifts, 11 men at work; are making over  wages ; intend to wash with two dump boxes  -.   yAKTLER CEEBK;     ��������� - '-���������/���������/* ';';���������-;;.  About 25 men .at present on tbis/creek^  ���������The F.-oss co'y started'dn'ironda^  men.���������The Last Chance co'y, four men, at work  drifting into the hill, with/every indication of  striking a back channel.���������Bed Rock'.Flume  co'y doing nothing.���������Show about 3 feet deep^  ���������/  CUNNINGHAM JCRKZK. 77: ;/ ./ . :  There are about 20 men on: tins. creek, the  most of them waiting, until the ditch thaws  out so that they can get water....   r/;'..     ���������;,,'  ;///;.   WOLF CREEK.,:  .,..;.''...: :���������  ��������� -'Four men are getting ready; to - wash in the  banks/" ���������. "���������". 0X0X0i.00'i07r ':'r      STEVENS CREEK FI^JME CO5Y  r ;"  Started about two week3  ready to wash this week..  ago and, "will be  . [Continued from.First Page.]  Strouss bought for me; I never enquired about  A. Lewis sworn���������I supposed I was one of  the original pre-emptors of the Borealis co'y;  J. Edwards came to my house to get-the^number of my License;and'wanted me to take up  the groand; I authorized Edwards to. put my  name. on: the records; I - was so le owner in the  Borealis co'y; before I left the creek last season I had a conversation with Dodds;-I want-'  ed to sell my own. interest; I. wrote my.brother to sell out and go home to hisfamifyj I did  not-authorize him to soil out the Borealis claim;  I told him to sell out his interest in the Aurora; the Borealis co'y was not known when I  bought into the Aurora co'y; my brother told  me this spring that hn had sold but, but that  he did not know at tlie time that the Borealis  co'y was mentioned in the Bill of Sale : the  half share in the Aurora was in my brotier's  name, and he had the whole control of it; my  brother proposed to let me'have half his share  in the Aurora for the same price he paid for.  it, which I accepted, but hadno Bill of Sale;  I found out about a week ago, by looking at  ,., It>vas contoaded by tbo. defendants that as the char  ter required 600 feet of flume to bo constructed tho flr t  year,: aadWOO tire secomt year, and .as the Flume Co'V  have been at work for two-years and have'only con.  structed 1350 feet, they had forfeited their charter rights  and. that, tho; ground'was.liablo^o -b^prc'-emptieu0 b'v  any one.,  The Judge continued tho case till Saturdav  m'orning, ia order- to consider the';tcrnis of 'the charter.  . XX; ~.*x���������--.XXX.07:0 Saturday, 2Sth.Mayt: /  :;. Orouso-Crock.Flume..Cp,:y8.- Anti H^rcn -CovJ-Thc doi -  ftffdants'cduasel argued ^that* the Fliime Co'y were oa  the same footing- .with respect to the������r rights as a miner"  If they failed, to comply with the requirements of their  charter miaers had a'right to come in and'deprive them  of. it. ��������� Plaintiffs'do not- contend that ,they have complied with-their lease,--nor have'tbey evon applied for  extension of time, to enable them to doso./ Dviendantu  do not claim tbo two and a half miles of the company's  ground, but'only600feet; if-they sought to void the  whole charter defendants would have to give 30 day'tj  notice to tbe company.. X-:>'.-, < '-.   *.   v v       ��������� v. / ,  : The phintitts argued tn'at if. the ground in dfcputa1  was: covered by their cliartbr tli ey, could not be deprived of their rights without the accessary aotice of SO"  days being givea: :It was for the Govcmmeat to' void-  [their charter ifthey thought ataiter the 30 days notice."'  The Judge paid :I have examined the terms of the  charter and considered the' whole case j;- and flad that ,1  have no.power to- deprive- the-Flume Co'y*of-any part*  of their ground, without giving them 30 days'notice.  I am-very sorry.for the miners, but Tcu'nn'ot get over it. -  If;-I.deprive them of GOO'fe'e't I should have to deprive  them of the .wftdle. "There is not one Flume Co. in tbo,;:  country:.'that has/fulfllled the conditions of;their ch'an;  teri    My own impression respecting":Flume Co'ys is*  that they arc "more-prejudicial tbani beneflcial'to the in-',  terests of the country.   Judgment for 'plaintiffs, "ftach  pirty -to pay theirou-n costs. . - Hr.Park for. plaintiff^  Mr. Kobertson-fordofendants. .-'"��������� .: ���������' .-���������  -'   ;>'r":- ���������'���������"'���������  the record, that the half interest in the Borealis was recorded in my name; I always sup1  posed my name had been used in the original  record; I received dividends from the Aurora  when I wasjhere; my.brother gave me half of  the money he received as the proceeds of the  sale in the Aurora co'y������ S375; had he told me  soon.���������Forest Rose _coy;:;15  shares,. Henry that he sold the Borealis interest I should not  Calder foreman, 3 shifts in front ground and  1 shift on tunnel, 15 ineii at work ; tunnel in  700ft. it will be a week before they get into  pay in front ground.���������Raby co'y, 10 shares,  Chas. Mallpy foreman/ 2; shifts,, 12 . men at  work ;���������;' p ay ing wages.,; they..- are waiting for  pack trains to come in with machinery for  working their lower ground.r-I)ead Broke  co'y, ThdsV Hardy foreman, 2 shifts, 13 ���������men at  work; paying over $100 to the share per week.  ���������Prairie Flower co'y, 12 shares, Robt. Scarr  . foreman, 2 shifts, 22 men at work on tuhnel  and shaft; shaft.paying 2oz. a day to the hand;  the tunnel is in about 500 feet, will wash from  tunnel next week.���������Prince of Wales co'y, Wm  Tucker foreman, 8 shares, 8 men at work: re-  ^loreiaan.tong up flume and cleaning  intend sinking  a hew 'titaftv-Bftlft-  pailing shaft aiid getting pumps ready, will  be washing in thecourse of another week.; The  claiins/below this derive no benefit froni tlie  bed rock drain.���������Rankin co?y, ������ shares, Mr.  Mills foreman, 4 men at work fixing wheel and  gearing.���������Bruce co'y, 4 shares, C. Hagaman  foreman, .4 men at work cleaning out tail race  preparatory to starting pumps.���������Elliott co'y,  Mr. Mills foreman,/4 men at work getting  ready to pump out���������Adams co'y, 8^ shares,  S. Mattice foreman, 2 shiffa, 13 men at work ;  making oyer wages.���������Hart co'y, six shares,  Jas. Smith foreman,! shift, 6 men at work;  pumping out will start washing on Tuesday.  ���������The Artesian co'y are busy pumping out  their diggings, will commpnee washing soon.  ���������Below this point no mining operations are  being carried on thW'season.  have taken the money;.! took out my License  in 1S64, in this district, 17th June, (No. 391e);  Devine took out my License for 18G5.  Tbe Court here 'adjourned till to-morrow, in  order to afford plaintiff time to pro duce his  License for-1864*' ��������� - ������������������ ���������-���������-'-���������������������������- ���������  7x���������'/ ���������:"v'  '" ^Saturday, 26th;;May.; .  A. Lewis vs. W. Stirling.-^Plaintiff produced his License, dated? 29th June, 1865, which  did not correspond with tlie ohb by which the  claim was recorded tho day previous.   .'  This closed the case���������-Defendant's/counsel  summed up by submitting that there had been  sufficient evidence adduced to show tbatL. B.  Lewis had power to sell the claims, and plain-  tiff had admitted that he shared in the proceeds;  he therefore called lor a non-suit. :. .;���������:,..  Plaintiff's counsel contended that it was not  necessary that a miner should have a License  when pre-empting, he might take up the ground  and get a License afterwards; the, 17th section  of the Mining Act was quoted as governing  the case; the question "was not whether a man  was a free miner at the time ground was taken  up but at the time a dispute occurred: this  was ruled by Chief Justice Begbie in the Chancery case Borealis co'y vs. Watson co'y. ���������  The Judge said he did not feel quite satisfied with Lewis' evidence;  there were many  strange circumstances connected with the case.  which had a very disagreeable influence on i    ^,Wf_    r .,    ���������,  his mind. ��������� If plaintiff had gone to Stirlingand | j������*g^Tn$Tffi&'b'���������  olfered to-refund him the money,, and shown j. vin tne Royal'Hospital, New Westminnerron tb^niii  i a diapbeitioh to'act in a si might forv-'drd inan-' iubu. George Raphioigb G^mperJz, ������fc������ sa.  XX0- ,;/OARIBOO...-MRAKETS;''���������'" 0077  X-/-/ '���������';X.'.nX: '-.aaY^-Il���������il'':' ���������"'������������������ "���������-'������������������ 'X '������������������'������������������   ���������-."������������������-���������_.  ..;The market: prices have varied but litllo  with one or two execptions since our last gen^  era! renort-^noiir is -now. selling at $36 .^10p:  lbs ; butter, $1 25: sugar, 50ets ;' cbfiee,: $1;;  tea, $1 25 @ $175r'; bacon, 50cts .-.beans, 40cts;  tobacco, $2 $3 @ S4i; candles, M ������ $1 25'if  gum boots,; $18 ; mutton,'. 40 @ 45cts ; beef,  30@35cts.-. . ./"��������� ;-/.���������      '  ".    '; ;. / ;::. ;  ; By the arrival of Messi*s. Oppenheimer &/  Always, trains at-Van Winkle/-thereJs a stock'  of over 40,000 lbs of goods lying at that place,  Which wil I be brought in here as soon as the  roads are open.   In a few days a- train b eiong-  ing to Messrs. Oppenheimer & Co., which is  now atthe Mouth Que'shel,'* will be up with :  25,000 lbs more ; so that our market will be  pretty well stocked-        "��������� "-;    ;.  Messrs. Dole & Co.. drove in 4 cattle and .43 ���������  sheep the other day/which is all the stock of :  meat in the market at present. ;;,-������������������ ':;���������/';  ��������� Big Bkxd.���������A number of-men have arrived  here "within, the last few days from Big Bend  mines, who all unite in giving a very discour- .  aging account from that section of the country;  We are not without hope that these mines will  turn put good after the. season is further ad-"  vanced and-when the snow is disappeared so  as to enable the miners to prospect with some  degree of facility..;;Wo can all recollect of  .the great stamnede.from��������� Cariboo in 1862, and  1863,.under��������� similar;;circuinstanles, blit was/  thatahy criterion by /which to judge the rich-' <:  ness of the d.iggings ? We should think not;  A: Hard. Casb^Wo nndei'stancl /; tjiat the"  Davis co*y werenotifiedby the Aurora co?y'  on Tuesday last, that an application ���������would be  niade to the Judge of the Supreme Court at  Clinton, for an inj unction1 to' restrain them from  working certain ground in dispute. Only.think  of compelling a company to travel 250: miles  at great expense and inconvenience tos oppose  an apiplieation to stop them from working  their claim vai tbe very best part of the season/  Truly we are a community that are more to  be pitied than envied.. f , .;        :0.  Ball.-���������Mi's chines' Miners Ball and Concert  came off at Camcrontown on tha evening of  the 24th (Queen's birthday,) and was well attended, the music was first class and the danc*  ing was kept up to a late hour in tbe morning,  every thing passed off pleasantly. -  HARRIED.-On tho 27th January, 1866, at Mere-  worth Church, Kent, Frcderictc Seymour, Esq., Governor of British Columbia, to Florence Maria, second  daughter of Sir Francis J Stapleton, Bart.  tith ins tent,  ^~lL^������Ju^mYl^l^l^������M^lal^^^a^������W���������'^M8������ r^i  .   .������������>������������������#������������������*���������  fP  **#������������*(������������������**���������������  ���������' .The Sheffield telegraph', tays, ������r;Mr. .John,  ,r,.f.   0thb'daily^habitbf mtot^sting^intelligence  ���������1/  ^ .;  iii: ���������' 'v.;  nothing : if good fornothing she is not .worth  getting jealous for; if she is a true woman she  will igiye ho cause for jealousy.: /;A maa/is a  brute tobejealpus^of a gobd ]wpmaii^a fool  to be'jeaibus^ ;is fa  ^double foolftoCeutf.! -bis7 throat for' ������������������ either of  i Qh^b^in^ibrderedvtoctake  Y70,  QUESNSLMOUTH  y.r  morev^from one/room ^  (* ly��������� does so; never mistakin'g,tho kitchen afor the  paHerV'or'the parlorr for -the kitchen or the  , laprqonaV ;*In\the same ,way, At told to fetch:  -Bomitjih^ng^butM/the'* kitci|en,/6r btbeiifooni  ;than;ibat,' iiii^liicKj the>.drder ;is \ given,vhe  promptly obeys); and; ^vheh1 rdesired to fetch a  ; clay pipe but or/the bar������he goes to' the place  s /whercthey^ateikep^ ,geti (one in his1 mouth;  and carries it .without breaking it; -In addition  .?: sto; rendering; this assist^ce'to;hie master in  the^bousei^the Mgi oaf:fee^ingvoJrdew,'pcca4  sionally fakes long journeys Jor articles which:  ;  have been'left behind; and^he has never ���������beenj  '  known '/Jo//fail''itf^m^%f^hese ^expeditions,!  though some of;;them/������ayp been performed in  thenighfy and underi considerable (diffieultie?;  the; night, ^ arid under % considerab le (di ffieulties.  Perhaps the most notable of the animal Vper-  v:form^^  distant from -thei house, 'and<- from' it tbo - dog  fetches all the-small parcels; newspapers; and  suck likey/thatf^  went;; clearing,the ;hedges and fences-on the  "'road.with'out relinquishing ^ or damaging its  ' charge.   When'sent'to.the'.'station,' the dog, if  he/cannot find /the^station-master or some/of  *** n officialsi on/the; 0 n *f"��������� ^*��������� *~^ ^������ ������*'��������� "*t������~-  aagacity:of ;a f bull-dog; was "^hpwn/to ;be' but.  shortof /reason/   The wnole facts' of the  rypsfo Ajlbcksmith die clip n the 8th Mar cb last;  in .vTitfiiUechap^ ofiil de  cay."   His aefe,' as stated in the registrar, was  ^���������f??^'^'^ :/xi 00x"xx: ' ���������  '. ,THR'iUNivKRSii? FaACTic^; of'mixing'Chicory1, and  btheASadulteratiyel^  ;btf in^jiru&llc ^esM ������td,y Jb'&tlieJ; most  deliciousof Beverages./ So effectually have tbe,public  beeh^druggea^itn s.ucb.m  t leg; have been lest sight of, 'and 'many prefera/blftck  and;thick infusion .to;a drin^rieli!iii<spirit and' aroma/-  General a������is;the'; use-of -Cbifte^ltt is -. little' known 'itfat*'  In condensing, the yapors: ��������� extracted'> from 'the: berry. In  ^uBiIng^������;:liqub;r^Is^'obtained ��������� bit^f^e^Atic^tvAiauseous  taste, and of a scent the most unbearable; * Understicti  circumstances it. Is evidently important tbat'all' the  gases a nd fluids ex tracted: by- roasting' should be carried off ;.as quickly, as possible, iniorder to ..prevent their  returning again to the Coffee: ;wh;ich;.is;the:casejn the'  confine^ cylinder^' * This object':.is/admirably a'ccbm-1  jjlisbedlbif tthe' nevy'and- patentl 'Conical Coflbe RbaiBterf ?;  ;as used; by: FELIi':&; GO. ^y ic tpria,; in ��������� whlcti :the'; berry;  is directly exposed: to the .radiated. heat, and'theiyapor  ^extra'cted'carried oflf 'instantaneously.; = 'lri-.addHion to  the-advant'age: to be derived by' the; rapid ;rehi6val of  ;;tbe;*team":containing tbe objectionable,properties,/the  pure aroma-br?the Coffee: Is;retained, ��������� the; essentiai oil  belng^reserved'anU not exhatiste'd; as >ini tlio>Cylinder.  T?oasterj where the Coffee'is required" to remain a much *  longer time in/cbhsequence:df/the'steaming.-it/^ihder-  goes.by thereonfined steam.,v;It. is chemically, impossi^  ble to xeiy h Hhe ^ualities'orfe  Coffee iwhen ground.*-'- Tbe'heat engendered .by the process Of;^  act0n;in;ihe/elementarypa^  Its fitness for drink.; //But to ��������� retain .the essential oil  which it containa we have it encased ^in tins'containing-  ftom i; lift to?28 Itis ^ahd- which caft/ be'had} frbmlanyi  of. the respectable ^dealers. ? j: ^Ve, can - .confidently re-:  commend'those*who have hitherto:'been obliged to/re-���������  frain from^.taking.-Cofl'e.o^on-account'.of its"��������� ill1 effects,  that;they/may .-use/:oufei Gpflee^'roastediirATlthe Odhidal  Roaster, bHhg rsqbmmended^by all medical men'^nder  whose, notice it has been brought, and "by numerous  .pthertesiimoaiala.iaSts-fayor/;;^ FELL & CO.j-';-.  ���������     ..Coffee Merchants,'TateS;St., Victoria.  COLONIAL RESTAURANT;  Meals at-all h^ra,,^  -���������77 ' ''���������"���������' ir       "description.7 i \ ?7 ' ��������� ���������������-:' *  fl  rvr  ;^7-;-BRGm.&'G^������I^^Pi^^  Good ���������Be'&I^Res^  "���������l  i _ ���������''' Stabling for jHorses,;Hay���������and  X;; ^qTpKii^DpRTip^ri/-/  '"   J"1]    '' ' ��������� - '��������� "' ��������� -it��������� J'    -1 ���������' '' -" '' "���������'  *'"' ' *��������� "���������''J'"''-' '4?  i:i ���������?*'&&. &Ji ll*.->.1 :��������� ���������������������������V;.V--*V<cxAA'v*.r^ y u.r    . ....... ., ���������. i^  W HO ������ij S A-CJ������tjaijJj3T-V^tf t AX L;  J.Hi^FURNERm GO.  ..i.e.-,  ;;:<5!R..Qpi;.&,;������������.x,.,.mY,,,  'i 0U>. -r&TABUBB^^'GsyBBAl s .Sip^ tyyA J' ', '  PROVISIONS/ WHOLESALEffe GOMMIS^  :;//:��������� ?; -;;:.'SI0N;MER0HAKTS; ;^V ��������� 07;  &c.--TermsImb9t:Moderate;'��������� /:  /l^QTOSNEtMOpTH;.^  i..-;.j  .ft Hi  ^���������^..Jb-iiflls  v.';      8. POPPER &COJJ  WHOLKALB' ife: RETAIL  "; -4V-".���������,;''; QPE^EisioiJTH, t; 7y7*i '^J'J;  Dealers In ftpyisionsii^  ' ^A'good'selection;^;Liq^     alwaysonhahcl. <��������� lm^  /iu.^;^(i;f(r/;:v;  pe^^iri^^  ot!y:?iO(NX8?arid?Crapft'dAiB>:Fancy aid Toilet'Articlea  Sponges|{Br^hes^^rrumery^&c^:/  /scriptlpns^careXully.compouiaded and sordera answera,!  ^vith care'audUL������patc]i.t/yictoriii;Y>i 7X;a;������.������������������ =: iu^.  irPATTRICK^Sf  CORNER.'  ���������-y.-j.'.-t*.  iXr00^X.'M^4L4^^r:0UXV t;x'\0U  TliM %9WPy!&QW ^Tino;and SpiritMer,  cl������;chant,Tlcfot-ia,,^h ?/,    ^ Jt, .-^;i;.isr;  srq^;sii>e^i4q^^/;^  }Jy  <}������������  ...; ��������� ';���������; BOxp;^;:HEsATHr, Brppriet6rs;;;;;;:v;;  /PHis HOJDSE is situated 26 mtiles: from Quesnelraouti-i  'Ji}'Tiie.,^prie^ra;:^aytipgv']ate]y'.r^  arid igabd'Beds'are/^  modatipn/for^aveilersj^the ;l^l^e>i3furnisheciiwith^ii;  the luxuries thatfcan.bejprocuredy the Bar is well'sup-  fa't;,yon  LILLOOET ^ADVERTISEMENTS^';'���������:  ;; '; McLEESE - E BENNY;-Proprietors; ;,;���������.  pHEPUBLlC  ARE- 1NTITED: TO.,, bitfe/AlVf THIS-  X' House.   There is.Good'Meals; Good Beds;, Stabling,  : for-Horses'; -Barley;-'Oats :ahd:'Hay;> X. X00r Xl&x  'XW-  ' A.butcher residing at Goodyeara Ear'owned'  one of the or di nary breed of ;b/dHTdog3 X and in  ply.in"g;bi8 vocation,bad occasida to. go to Rock  creekivith a'rriule-load ,of,meaif3his dogi-;con-  / 0M&J{ \to-Ms'U3^^qi^0i  at h  r-.reek tlie dog, ^wliicn'/had^been trained'  toJ&icb: Sbee^ anti^pgs^canghta- goat^bj^the  .l tftii= and "field it-until his master carae.and took  hiniioff ^The lowers ipf^the^goat, seeing the  ���������-: attack,/hurriedt'6i|t?i^&^g^ns''td������1^ll^tiie dogj  x-which his mastei; in vain;tr|ed to prevent, by  _ first"''offering them all the money,he^liad^and;  fiadirjgj^at^off^no availj he pn^reil/his rnoney,:  meat and- hiule for4he>life of /the; dog^besides  payiiig for the^goat;;that.wa^s^  ,/jure^l ijhej^oi^dlisten  and^continued?finng^untiivthe^ had killed the  dogi;.. / The feutcher irpught^ suit to c recover  damages,-! arid? in the progress o| ^the" trial to Id  the.ibliowing: itor^to^shp|^  in'doh" atiiached to the- dog.   He said that so me  jrears sinee}iwhile, travelling ionitfie/plajns,^  ,   ieft.Jhia?dog^osguarci iia wagon^andi went out  to hurltj" lie became, lps%^d wandered about  .  until ho was scarcely-able to stand/- On the  /Hftfcday he had given^np/ali^ho^s t������f <rescii^/  and-had lain down to/die^;A Sometimei during  ^e clay the dog canie toihibj haying-tracked:  rhim-' th ro ugh all hisi ^wanderings.; i t A When the  ;dog; 1 peached shim he wasid !W&ak as to be-  Rarely able^tp standgand^lfe; iielttliat; withoiit  somsthing to eat he^oould^never ^dpe^tp^reach'  ibis wagon^;-;Tli^: dog ^p6aredt^^cpmejtd/the  isanie conclusionjfo^aft^payin^ a  ��������� short time; licking his viands -and face; he  started oft caught;a rabbit/ and brought it and  ] aid it b y h is master/ who J after eating spine of  rU, felt ..strength enough to; attempt: to reach his  camp, to which his ^dog/led him. cW This it was'  th at made, him value the dog so highly;; There  being no evidence introduced to show^ that the  * dog was worth by er^ ������33ji tho Ju s tie e assessed  ^iJie damage at that: figure* -though��������� to all ap<  pearauces he felt, as though he would have  Mk?dr;tq have made it four times that amount.  ^Ve/feljf a.'little for the defendants ^because they  did. not-get-justice; /but it- cp.uld not be avoids  ed, ho w'eveiv as the Coui'thad no power to hang  either of them. ;--:--f/.'.-.-:-     :������������������.', ;: 0. ���������:���������;? -%'.  IHEiUNDERSIGNKD.are^'now^^maunfacturihg FtOUR  ��������� juof all grades': Extra, Superfine and;Fine.    Feed  Crushed tp order.;--., . ,':-.. ,,���������, -.,/;.-., ���������..7i -. :.-.."���������  xx-: ������������������-*��������� ry ������* LILLOOET FLOUI^MILL C0/,,!:';. ;  ;.;l.ay.t: i','���������'',���������,i ;:v ; >,y-:3 -,. <���������?.-xw'Foster; Agent/, -  !.vvs,rii:������..*v-.  ^m   EDWIW   T^yNON,  ���������yyrXr^X v;.;:.'ii  rr\EALERJaN DKy GOODS, CLOTHiNG, HAT3 ;A^D  MZr, UCapa, Boots and Shoes,; Carpetings,- OilUClotbs,  ^U;^pei^--&c^^iUopet;1B;.Ar;..;t  IS/ OPEN;P0R THE ACCOJfMODATION-; OE^ }l#E.  I^TrayeUing-rpablic ;;.^ ;^d^  airy^arid iiha Beds*cannot^hei Stirpassed rfOr cleanliheaa:  and comfort^by any, in !th(5 lowerxbnhtry^^the Table ?ls-  always snpplied ^ith^helbes^fvictuals/^Stabling  for .Horses; Hay, Oats and Barley Constantly on-hand..  LlLLOOEt    BREWER/Y.  rrX  tw^......'  7i~XX������  jXEW^im^  X//, Isifurnished with ;ev.eiV * convenience ifor the (:'cotn-  fort of HYavellers j yth* \ Galinafyr^d efar, tmjent^'is'mndeif  thesl^p erintendence'^  are!clea������.;ahtf;comfortable ; /the.'Bar/'bbhtainsVthe^b'eJflt-  pfVLiQUors^Segars^&c; 'Stabling Hayy l^ley&TOalJB.4  XX s$ 7i<> BOQTST>BqOTS},!''*  I' ';��������� SAT ^SAMl -$m \ Is; it-'your, Boors fclato''in\fc i  and keep jrqnr feet so. dry^/ i^ecausejl purchase ^  Charity1 and "Butler / Qoy ernm en t S tre 61; Victoria  ���������i" ���������'���������';    ���������   "-^--.-- ���������] r~-f ������������������-���������������������������''���������"- o-M.-'.-..'.>-ifi. .i,.;^.  ..TAYii& ^.^Fort.Street^^ctoriatiWlu -Fresh  "tlrlGarden';'and FieldrS*ed8;guarantee^.nHavebnhand  n;<������refully''sele'cte'd' stock, of'tbe above' .from tbe^btaV'':  Earopeari ahd/american- Markets.^. The -earl v.orcl^f-  their irlendsin^ritish ^Colu m biavarei solicitfeti/^pifi;  Ocular attention is called jto their large: stbck;ofaQram  .Clover /arid 'Onioh;;Seeels /of/ wiyi.superior.,qualH?'  Frbit Treei*j arid-Bushes;^ Evergreens",' Shrubs/.Greeiu :  house.and .Oarden/Plants,!Standard aiitf liwar^Itosei  ?fl?y^ry^^l^*i^f^l{?gu?s^n application.:^*! x$m:,  ,-: ������������������ -    "      ������������������-������������������ ��������� ', i    i-1 ���������   -���������' ������������������!    ���������- ' ���������       '      '"      ��������� ' ��������� ;t j;,,',-f ���������  E":^BEdD������������rcK������ ^tiANjb/ Produce-Deal^!)$& ���������  'smtge stock-' of ;Hay',* Oats.-Wheat aQd'Barl ev of th j'  , best description always on hand)f.'als6;'Nanaimo? Entri  lish, Blacksmith.and Cannel Coal. ,;?Orders Bent-w  i^W Wharf, ^cfoija,vyr iiiwij'Cre'wiTei'^imxnediate  .attention^1   *������������������' '-'������������������t.i-'; " JX* rVi \XJ '���������   **"-. "'La':' ���������  ^EN^LErS/Bliotbffra^Mo^Q-^  $l������;;ment St1;^ctoria/yi^a,/opposUy^Hotei d^Frahca./:,  i V������^8 PtOaribbo-ahd/Scenery throughout British Col....'  umWa; includ ing vfews of ihe xoiite to Big Bend;'alwjyr  bn^hand-atrllberal^tatSsi'^''" '-.',���������" ' , ' ; >' ���������    ^^1^"' ���������  ^--^r.;,,.;,^ ,/ .,,.. ,  ::���������-/���������" ;-r ''"" ���������it'-''-yj';:-  HIBBEN & CABSWELti. Importing Book-:  .; ^Lp^^S^J^EMciistantly saimlied aa4  receiving from -best 'SourceB./Schbol. 'Stan'd a ro. arid Mis-', '  cellaneo.us;Btoks;^a'nd^Sta^  Sjl ^jBranches;-,:.,Corner. mtes: ani -Lahgley:; stMeto,  -  yictpria^ Vancouver Ifilanfer -.^1;^ :^x/v/ 3*l*������m-\' ^  iB;^WSEJA^IU*Lbk^ObTPi^Kk;  TACOBf 1MILTS^ ? Proprietor^ has 'always on ���������  O hand a .large, and' superior ��������� stoci: of/Lager Beer; at  'the Bar/willjbe ��������� found.,; the .best Brandies,^Wines caiid  SegarsjHb&public are ihvUed^tp calll^/Prepared to fill,  ^allorders^omptl^  i,::r ",r";-   . *;7,v:^ '"-~0'm" r-s-f'"  ...���������,.... .     -   ���������- - ������.���������'iTFortSireil;   !;-:Xictprlai-^^.;f oppOBiteBe<#;Hive -Hotel,^ wbeWhi  ls.:PWP.fifeato supply.his numerous;:pat^s-wiijli'every):  ?re.^^rChi tbing M^W:Xov^7fiiy^^ii���������omi$  (. - --��������� -���������- - '��������� -';'-������������������_'"-' "'''-"''"��������� ^'^ <���������'> <-r -jt :.���������.*'..���������-..;r ;  ,.^h.������" =���������'  qnHQ&CAS^I^ltiSON ������Sc CO^Impbriere ofIfinj.^  Arli^h Merchandise, .wholesale and retail,deal?r������via  DayGodns/ &c. ,,vateg Street, Victoria,' Y; I. ( Oa #������d  aftier-Is t June; nek tin Ooveram en t Str ee t -"oppoBi'te'tfi* -' >  :BantepfiBrmsh:-ffi J-f^^?;; - X-f:^  =(-.ti-j.  QPELMAN, and- ��������� McKE3STZIE, /proprietors.  U ^This House is well fitted :up with'; fcrObjl; Beds: arid  .the Bar;is l^rhished with: the "besV-Liquors;' Meals-, are:  ,served at/all hours on/the'Restaurantipriuciple; 8ta*.  blingiforHorses, Horse Feed, &c;/i> \ xxX'i-\ rx,l&. A  HABLES^ NELSON^ Protyrietbtv^Tbis old  established House -is ,w5sll :fl.ttea:: up. for the/icbmfort;  ;pf Travellers;, the Table; is supplied with the/best .of.  evexything-that can be bad, and the cooking is not irj-  ferior to the;best hoiel in the lower country; Bedrooms  fpr iEamilies; Stabling .for Horses, iHorsP' Feed, '&cv  The Express stops here,    '       - x '-   .       .    1-b -  Mi/ HENDERSON/begs/to:Inform his friends  __';arid-the traveUing/puplic 'geiierallyrthat'"he has'  tafceh'the. above:Ranch:and ispreparedrto s^plythehi'  with-First'Class: Accbmmo<latloni:/| Good fjtabling' for'  horses; Hay and Grain.  ., \s   ,,-   *      t ;;,r    ^-1-s ":  ���������WM, MANSON, ������������������ <���������'������ ������   D: A. McLEANr  ...       /,     . Proprietor,^: t- ���������   '    .���������-..,r..  . ,- Agent.  fm^, HOTEL JS; LiijtG^lAND WELt^llTTEi)i/t7P  ,for. the comfort of .travelers;'fthei/Table is) supplied  with^^ the best...of' eyerytbihg /that, can /be procurd, /and  the cooking is hot inferior .'to'any on tbe/rbad{ Bedrooms'  for/families;; Stabling,/Hay,- -Barley a"ndrOats,���������/ :l*s X  TOTMh DE.EBANGE, /Victdria^/Vi Z.. luar  JLlvBiGNEASD Pierbe iUxoiET.Prdpri etors: The Res. /  taurd nt.ls4 supplied wi th} all' the; Uejicacies1 the- market ii  affords^ ���������.���������' ;in itbeBanwllhbe foundr.wVchbicesVlitdubsftif^  :F;u'roisned.l%bm3.-';&^i-.^p-������^  ETOENE^HMfAS^at^s'strey.^  ���������Wholesalejand Retail Dealer; in WIKES;BRANDll3  BEERS,; and ^LIQUORS,and. depot of .Havana Segars: 1  Goods,ft)rwarded .to the/Mining Districts.  -     \   l-s '-s,  PORT DOUGLAS: ^YBRTISEMENTSi^  M AGDON 4LDJS   H O T EJb, A xxi  M^MAdDONiL3^,::Propr^etbr.: Miners and  others dps tined for .the. Bridge - River Mlues: will  flnd;.every.cohvcuichce and.accommodation afforded  them; .=���������' Good" Bods. and a Table well.supplied with' all  the delicacies of the scasbh.   -^ '��������� i ���������" ^���������'* -, ���������   0-'   1-g/  : A LBERT'CRYSLER/has opened the above House Tor  ^ci. theTeception::,bf ^Traveilers;; the Tablets well kept  and the\Liquors,.cannot be?"surpassed ; the Beds are  clean and ;��������� comfortable,   Stablingfor Horses: Hay and  'Oats."'     \     '    '    '   . ���������'   "'   "./    '   :'xir������:'r  M A',, ^KR ANKEIi^btoria^Y* \ \& iDealer/ih'^oBsV^  ^*^;^^?������ P"5??! y%W-i:&te rliberaladvancesina4������  Sutro & Oort Spor*.  "/;/: :/i,1? s"c;..  on Furs consigned. .^.Reference���������������; Sul  borg^Rueff Victoria'. Vr:t0.  |i BACIG-ALUPE, Merchant and Packer, be-  VX������ -tweeii Bouglas and Lillooet, Always on hand a  goodstoclc of Provisions, &c/ l-2m ���������  fi    L SMITH &C0., Proprietors.  \iX* well fitted -up -for tlie"accomtoe  This House is  Up-TOf th'e'accomtoodation-of Travfel-  lors to the'Bridge River Mines. Good Beds, Stabling  for Horses. Horse Feed; &c. A Stage runs twice a weelc  between tbis heuse and Port Douglas on tho arrival of  the. steamers from.below and connects with the Late  Boats for-Lillooet/ ��������� "-'-��������� *��������� - -   - -   "lis *"  JAMES HUBdN^; Proprietor.'.:; This:commod^  Ous.Hotel is well-fitted, up with every, convenience  for the comfort of the public-the Beds are all that a  weary traveller could desire;, the Table is supplied with'  the best of fare;' the Bar contains the choicest brands  of Liquors and Segar3j goOd Stabling. Horse Feed, Oats,  Barley,..&c. -.;/  ���������;      t '. ,- .-,-../ ; 'i.&X  ...MtBSJ HEINv-Millin'ee &;DeessUUker:aGovern-:s  4JI- ^f^ Streetj^Victorta,; ^ -L -:>AU kinds;of Millinery^  of; the^latest style -kept,constantly on handr . Orders - /  frpm-fche. country punctually attended .to1; *; './ - *;l-s* -.;''  pEtEI^;;McQyME^^ :  ���������X\������������������������������������dealer, in Paints, Oils, and. Win do w.Glass. .,-Alway������;.;/.  on; hahd~a -largef stocEofiRope and Canvass.'" Wharf.'' ;  Street, '5actoria,'VY.i:?^4 x*&* iknvi XX'AX^'l^tii A''"'  ���������*vt '". I"-'',:   .... '.,',.'., , ������������������:'-'������������������������'��������� "'' ��������� ���������  '.; im'.i. -, v/:-.uii-,i:->i ' i:";//.'^Xl  TAI;S0ONG. "&''^^^aimiseion:Mercban^        "  t Liners and/pialers in.Chinese 'Goods/ ;R(ceV'Sugar,,,������������������:  Opluiri. Nut'Oil, Provisions./^: edrmoraht Street, Viflv '  toriaj Y;:I;':/i r>?# fX^xr^uXxX^'.������������������&'# ZT-mK'-  T OREN20; XiEARTO, Proprietor. This house  AJ affords every acpommod a tion for thp.'comfort of  Travellers'; the Table is furnished with all the delicacies  of the season, and the Bur is stocked with the choicest'  ol Winesv.Brandies&-Segars; good������stablih������ for Horses>  Hay Barley and Oats, constantly on hand at low rates/  Newly mjlled Flour for sab cheap.    ���������.,      ...  \,s-  ;O,",0N; & OO., Importers and Dealers: ia.?all;;i'  ;��������� kinds of .Chiaese Goods;and Provisions, '.Bice,.Sii*,..  gar, Teas,1 &c.^ Cormorant Streetj1 west 'of'Government" /  ^Victoria, V.; I-/-.. ;   : ������������������ ���������-.iJnr^Cni^K'AY^Manager;^--/'  E' ! WATSON, Watchmaker, Jeweler-.  ��������� ana Engraver, Yates street, above" Government street^Victpria,:^'i; -'y-' ��������� /'; V/kS5.'  ^JEW WESTMINSTER ADVERTISEMENTS  / Goal in the Falkland Islakd$,---J4; second  very-/important' discovery of coal hag been  .made in:the eastern--'island of that 'valuable  British possession,; the; Falkland: 'Isles- . The  {COtiiseem^ 'to be different to thafriound by Mr;  Ram^y;Cobke, Ri N.;in 1863/being highly bit-  inniiiiow*, and promises1 to be'aii:excellent  Hnming ,eoal for. steamers.   These discoveries  havo-t very .-great importance in consideration  of the.4.d^anfcageons situation of/these fine is?  laadstea;naval and coaling station for.steamers to���������a>id - from the, Pacific.  HfCK?S   HOTEL,  T TTTON SQUAREj-New Westminster,B.C.  AJ now occupied by W. E. STEIN. The above- favorably known house is now open to the public; the Bar  is constantly supplied with -the choicest brands of  Liquors and Segars.,.:  ..... -     s   /  The Bonaparte House,  S^lr1^ ^P^R?:E* ^o^ietor^ atthe  1J Junction of the Cariboo and Big Bend Roads/ is  now open; for the accommodation of-the.public;* v Dis-;  tance h-onxCiinton,,26 miiesj from SavanasSteamboat:  WILSON &/-MUBRAY,-/Grocess, Provjsioh,.  wine k Spirit Merchants, Bakere & Confectioners,  ���������FOrt,Street,'Vicl^rlay Y;"L. U !���������,. ���������/   ::. ��������������������������� x .;/��������������������������� -������������������; ���������* lfs;/  P CHANTS, Wholesale Dealers,in,Groceriks.Provi:;  sxoss,' Boors & Shoes,/Wharf,Street, Victor;,^;v.'t'. !���������������.  CLARKSON k CO., Dealers in*Books, Stat'owery,  Music and Musical Instruments, NEWS AGENTS  &e, Columbia Street, New:Westminster.-'<      . .-s   7  Big Bend and vale; and once a week for Cariboo  ,  1-s  T EWIS LEWIS,: Clothier, Yates Street, Victoria:  iJ opposite the Bank ot British, North America. .   1-s  Az&^if^ vou wa^tirood CBfiee uafl FslPa F MALLANpAlNE,CWXECTOR&������ENEIULAGKNT  ?p& .11 you jr^gvm ^vzee useaeil s.       }frt (S-overanaent stroet, Victoria, Vancouver Island*  -MESSRS. GORNWALiXJ'S;  A T THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, half-way between  ������X. Spence's Bridge and Clinton, un the- Yale Route:  Travellers will find Good Accommodation. . Thoibestof  nving, of L quors, and of Wines ,Fresb Butter, -Milk  and Veg^Ubiw-.   ������ov4 Stablii^ and-ph������M|> f^cL     '������������  fi RELLEY; .&,, EITERRE. Importers A WhoU  .VT sileDealers iu Wines, Spirits and Liquors^-  yictoria,y. 1.;    , ,.,,-, A7x*'. h7.7.r7y>'- ^-������  SPROAT & CO.; (late^Aoaersoa;^ CoJ> lMPbBTBiti: ;  . and CoMiussio.v ��������� Mercb ants, j Store S treet,- -Victoria, 5:  v. I.;;; . 7X70X1. Ai'7.77\/.   ^,',r xr 'r r.&ik-j0  GSTJTRO >5r GOvfitxlbKmB AN'^DDAiaRa bj /  ��������� ..CIGABS, ^QBACCO, Mecrahaum Pipes, &o., S- B.'/  corner pf Yates and;Wharf .streetr Victoria;^ v// :/������v"*  '  B. HAG-Q-IN,fPflYsiciAN,& Soegeon, nearer-:;"  ������ ner of .vates: and. Governtneat. St's., Vic toria, (wj-i*������*  PIERCE& --B������Ylo:Ot7K������:aWcvB.:iu\BKP'ixt^;.f.  A -FoBPircRKi BroadiStreet,; victprla,'.VI:-I. r ' /^X  \J. Merchants, Wharf'Street,'Victoria; V.If;; /: "1*������.:  HENDERSON and BURtf AST,: MHsciuy^  l^armr^/TictPrta/Y. .I;,-'/-' /'...'/ l*a-'

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