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 ^~?a5*S!  BILL;  Vperlv t};  hfi liri'tU  * jmjUou t  c abad, f  m<mi r.f  Ilk*} worfc  'im St<������i  indivlilu?.  Is or priv  ' or ibin  ������| or proj;  ulur ch?.  inumtni'  a Nol{<y  and ob]:-c  ������*S, Viz';  ft G:A7.i;U.i  Itemed a I  Ml tlKTeift  district ii  3M MS* fa  ug ScssU  ftgagaaflaaggatEgsgamgag^^  Barkerville, William Creek, B.C��������� Safedayw May 30, 1874;  !N&5!  P  ���������  * io Itfte  Hihl^o  HRS Htts������u.  inp tk* ii!  it the pm*  jf ili^m*  e privily  ���������iweon tli  or vi'^ipi..  tp   t'|\'Ct  tho sHine. 1  ���������ateBi&������l  ETP, I  ; Se'27 lm   H  s-OfFicr,   ���������  sra." , 1  u������:.w. n?..|  )iftr;;!i"U !���������: fl  thtj fii'V'-r,:. m  ta.on wUirj'K  )S,fl*H'-'l;.S r.--5 ||  Jrf. Of iiviu.-.p  / rttor* I  OiU'l'T Ii::l'j? ������������  i'brh:*ir(,5.I  jr; di'.-'ir-! 'u g  tltu- iv-vk- p  H  or.roiiU-.-'i H  inui^j-'r4^ m  to   a-lvaun ffi  H  iC on I lv������ t< -'-H  r '^'uif^i-f-fi  led ]x&X 8  .. UpJiJlC-iuU ||  the sanu1. ' ^  t?ms������lvw w i  ( but uttr-ij  n.  B  ���������  HUB  BBSS  Sol  THE CARIBOO--SENTINEL  Published every Saturday by  ���������ROBERT     HO L LOW AY..  Subscription,   -   -   25 Cents ver "Week.  RA1S3-OF AIXViSItTIftNG.  Torino so.u ure (one inch), first Insertion,  *' ** one month,   -  FortwrosquHtcs .firs I insertion,     -   -  ���������  * ���������"       one month. .  .   .   .   .  $3  6  ' 6  8  Agents for the M Cariboo Sentinel.11  Van Winkle,  HiQuesnelmftulb,  II Sod a Crock,  Bniinlou,    -  B'Yalo,       ���������      .-.  wNew Westminster  ||Victnri'i,       --      *  j������T.,P, Fisher,...'  IflQ Street, ���������   . ���������    .  *  -.. *   A'.r      Lindsay.  S Ba r n a rd' p Ex press  Barnard's Express  Barnard's Express  do do  .     .     .John Murray  wX.   JTF, Slink fjsprarfl  ���������'"':��������� ���������'.' *,.*���������'    3an Francisco*  30 Comhill,London', E.C.  |       ' .SfrtlK.CARIBOO SENTINEL  |03 PRrNTIMG OFFICE.  plirlfl. Circulars. Posters and Programmes for  m&:-'B������ilIb and Theatrical Entertainments  Pp;.       ..������������������        . .- ,.y,  _r,.   ' ���������.    9  ppl^Executed with neathespanddispatcb.-^^  Iff Term ft; moderate.- ? '^ ;;.:'j ��������� :.".;  Ir. cartwright's budget "speech-.  0^S&  iirt of  ia.  prerae Owrt  all'mtili^  Dining IreUiW  K<x>m in tlie  On tlto-tiays  cbmary;  pri);  b Kovorober.  iiltyTenii..  nmed for tW  nUrfalt oM  rm willbegiJi  Mw' Ottawa,' April 14.  $$&m    Hon: Mr'Cartwriprht said,the new Govern-  ^^Sta'pnt  fnnncl ^iwmselve.s in ft new house and  $?S|PftC'n������ difficulties of more than ordinary mag-  ^^S-r������Umle.    They  had   been committed to.great  ^5#workp, of a nature to tax IhereROJiTC'fS of the  ^^gf.onnt'ry to the utmost. . They would'not as-:  |8ume the responsibility of measures against  IfwVum ihey had protested, when in opposition.  [He did nnt wish it to be understood by thip  fthat tbey did not feel bound to carry out such  measures to tlie host of their ability so far as  their finances permitted.   Only four or five  'months had elapsed since taking- office,  and  the new Government had not been able to  give mere than two months to  the maturing  of their measures.   He had prepared a summary statement of receipts and expenditure'  since Confederation, not including estimates  connected  with Prince  Edward.    The last  fiscal  year might be regarded as tbe last of  the years of plenty.   The revenue was $23,-  813,000 ; expenditures, $19,174,000 ; surplus  ������fjw revenue, $1,600,000.   In  1869 70, the total  xpenditure of the Government apart from  up to some $160,000,000;   A great part of tbo  route was through an uninhabited ' country,  |iiome of 'It might*e C������lle8 a" desert.   If we  were .to undertake this project, oui.burden  would be, in proportion to our population,  one-third greater than that  borne   by the  United -States \?hen they emerged from their  civil war.   In other words, it would leave us  with a debt equal, in proportion to our wealth  and population, to ������750,000,000 sterling on  the people of England.   He did not include  in iliis estimate the cost of maintaining a Pa������  ci.Sc Railway.    He reminded hon.'members  that there was a feeling, when the British Columbia treaty was under discussion, that the  obligations which we then   incurred  were  greater than we couid bear, and it was under.  glrf>od that tbe British Columbia''delegates  were cognizant of tbe fact  that it was very  improbable lliat tlie terms of  that compact  could be carried out.   The present''annual  outlay should next be considered.   He estimated the revenue for-the current fiscal year  ?at   $21,740,000 ;   expenditure, ��������� $22,580,(300.  leavmg a deficit of $S4G;000.^These werejthe  estimates of 'MrTilley, but they should have  been at least $24,100,000 to cover all his estimate expenses.   In addition to other expenses  the following should be added : Expenses of  Prince Edward /Island; Sii)6������6oO ;   Mounted  l>olic������i"$200;od6f election^ $200,000. ��������� The  cost of managing public works would be  ���������s j me '$400,00.0 more than Mr Tilley esilmated  aiid ^lie Post Office ,$75,400 more \ management of indian affairs and incidental expeuses  $l5dj000, making a total of upwards of a mil-  ^iohjioc which the .new Ministry could not b������  made to you from time to time upon certificates of the progress of the. work, not on the  whole to;exceed ������50,000 sterling.  ��������� I have, &c,  (Signed)   S. L. TILLEY.  The Hon. Mr DeCosmos, M.P., -  Ottawa.:-;.: .my 30 .  MISCELLANEOUS.  littld responsible.   ,    .   The expendiCurca ou  tManitoba and the Northwest territories 'were  estimatud at S1.0S4.000, while the revenue  was comparatively trifling from those outiy  ing dependencies. The same could be said of  British Columbia. Tho receipts from that  Province-fur 1 $72-3 were $417,000, while the  expenditures were 6627,000 ; the estimated  expenditure tbis year was $772,000. while the  The Do-1  estimated receipts were $400,000. ^ . ���������  minion Government were theretore obligee! j Electoral District of Yale��������� Xale  lara.   And Resides this they had entered into  r GREASE, J  mriUf  t  i  WwM&L  Wmm ^xe<^ c^ar8es ftn(^ expenses of collecting rev-  ^0x0 enue. amounted to some four millions of  dol-  '9m  ^P engagements involving an increase of some  mm two bnndred-millions to the debt of Canada  Wi "~tiiat ls> pio^isioQ ba^ been made for trebl-  ^Blng our national debt. It was therefore ut-  ^8 terly impossible lo cat'ry out all tbe obligations the late Government bad undertaken.  m  tttSXrS  m  m  SIZE AND I  ill be ht'l'U* I  llow^, ������irl ull H  .Uoroat, ' - ., I  L- .   i  m  He did not blame them for increased expenditures necessitated  by  the enlargement of  the Dominion,  but  he  did  blame them for  having euterod Into foolish enterprises.   Tho  present enterprises were:  the Intercolonial  railway, $3,500,000 ; improvements to canals,  fete, involving a largo expenditure this year,  and a total expenditure of $25,000,000,   But  fti addition to  these  large engagements the  Government had undertaken to construct a  SB railway three thousand miles long across an  ������1111 unsurveyed country. This Government would  gill have only ae^eu years to fulfil this vast obli-  |||H gallon, but be deemed it tieifc to impossible,,  58'as occasion ^S Perhaps some scheme might be devised by  which it could be done,*but he did not think  It.   The lowest estimate he had ever heard  for the construction of  the Pacific Railway  Was.ono hundred millions, and if it were to  be donja. within tho specified time the expense  would be enormously increased, bringing it  to expend between two and  three  hundred  thousand dollars annually more than they re-  <ceive<k 'JTke receipts from Prince Edward  were less this year, than might be expected in  i Uure, but tbey could hardly be expected to  reach more than $150,000 to  $200,000, while  the expenditures were estimated this year "at  half a million.  The cost of working the island  railway was estimated at $700,0u0, while tbe  revenue from it would not exceed $400,000.  lie mentioned these facts lo show the heavy  liabilities of tbe Dominion, and not as a reproach to the outlying provinces.   The esl-  mated expenditure for the current year' was  $ J4.OQ0,O00 ; the estimated revenue $22,000,-  000.   A very large amount of additional tax-  a tion would therefore be. necessary to meet  'the liabilities of the tSoVefnifleufc  Appointments.  -   ProvinciaLSecretary's Office,  4tb Aprils 1874.  ���������* Hi������p Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor  has been pleased to appoint tb������ following  gentlemen; to be Collectors under thepro-  visions of the" Qualification and Registration  of Voters Act, 1874 ������:���������,    /  Electoral District of Victoria City���������R: Woods,  W&i0-     ' ���������- *" --������������������.'  Electoral District of Victoria District���������James  ���������..--..  Mcllmbyle, Esq. ���������'* \ .  BiecloTal District of Bsammalt���������J, G> Viuter,  .  '   ^q.-,r. 7X0x7,  Electoral District of. Cow.iehan���������Salt Spring  ,   .   Island/Polling  Division, F. Foord, Esq.;  ���������;'   Cowicjiau Polling  Division,. Archibald  Dods, Esq.; iviJ^J...  Electoral District of iNanaimb���������T. L*. Fawcett,  / :;:,;-Esq. ]A  Electoral District of Comox���������H: H. Piddock,  ';,,;;Esq.//;;".-.:.:'- -..;. /"... ;���������/;   :.../ ���������.-���������;,;'; ..  Electoral District of ^Tew Westminslei.CHy���������  ������������������'���������������������������;;;;Adol^us"P;eele,iEsa:^; .,    aAA0A'^  Electoral District' of New 'Westminster District���������Burrard   Inlet   Polling Division,  Jonathan Stiller, Esq.. '.New-Westminster  :aY*d North Arm"Polling Divisions, AdoV  ���������     phus-Peele, Esq.   Chilliwhaek.and-Sn.  mass:Polling Divisions. Donald McGilli-  vray, Esq.    Langley Polling Division,.  James Muckie, Esq.   South Arm Polling  Division, W H. Ladner, Esq.  Electoral District of Koo ten ay���������Perry Creek  and,Wild Horse Creek Polling Divisions,  C. Booth, Esq.  and  Hope  MISCELLAtifcOtrS.  STANLEY, LIGHTNING CREEK,  SAM WHA,        .     ...--./'     ���������;���������.;;;   FaopElElpR. .  V , ���������      -    ���������      _ -  Board, -  r $9 per Weeks  Single Meals, 75 cents:*     i  1S&. Tho Tabid fu'rrilshod with the best tlie maVkoi'  ullhrds. ������������������������������������*���������;:,'  " iiiy'3 6ia '  C alifornia Saloony  STANLEY, LIGHTNING CREEK;  R. McDEBXrOTT,    , v.     ��������� .  ;* . v Paoraacroi. ':  *aK The best Wines; Liquors,*-anH Cigars at thA  Bar, anil .all visitors nfade happy and 'coui tort able.   ..  PROPRIETOR.  The Celel^ated  :XXX:  Ala  Avillbe'iTinnvifacniJeAaSil sold by^WboiesRlo aad Rw  tail ic its purity, alui.      '   '���������        "-.���������������������������:.  .The best'Iiiiquors '&'Cigar9'  constantly kept on hand.  in  )HN AF1T,  ;iftl S������croiarf  1  Provincial Secretary's OQice,  27th April, ISU.  Tho following copy of a letter from the  Hon. Mr Tilley to the Hon. Mr DeCosmos.  with reference to the proposed Dominion aid  towards the construction of n Graving Dock  at Esquimau (which letter having been mis  laid was omitted in the published correspondence placed before the Legislative Assembly)  is herewith published for general information.  JOHN ASil,  Provincial Secretary.  [Cory.]  Dear .Snv���������With roforencp to the conversation Iliad with you, respecting tbe Dominion aid towards the Graving Dock, and. your  application to the Minister of Public Works  upon tbo subject, I have consulted my colleagues, and we are prepared to submit to  Parliament a proposition to. the following  effect:  That in lieu of the interest on ������100,000 for  ten years, which was secured by the Twelfth  Section of the Order in Council of Jiily 1st,  1870, we propose that advancus should be  Polling Divisions,*W. Teagtiti, Eiq.\ -5?^j  Lyfiton Polling Division-, Geergo Coxon,  Esq. -   --': -      - /  Cache? Creek Polling Division, J. Campbell, Esq.'  Kamloops Polling Division, J. Boyd, Esq;  Nicola Lake Polling Division, J.Clapper-  ton, Esq.  Okanagan Polling Division, F. Brent, Esq.  Rock Creek Polling'Division, Bamngtdu  Price, Esq.  Electoral District of Lillooet���������Lillooet Poll:  ing Division, A. W. Smith, Esq.  Clinton Polling Division, C. E. Pope,Esq.  .    Canoe. Creole   Polling   Division, &. P.  Ritchie, Esq.  Electoral District of Cariboo.���������Rich field Polling Division, James Lindsay. Esq..  Lightniag Polling Division, Samuel Archer, Esq. A ��������� 0  0 Quesnolmoulh Polliug Division, A. Barlow, Esq.  Williams Lake Polling  Division,  Wm.  -Pinchbeck, Esq.  Keithley Creek Polling Division, O. Hare,  Esq.  Omineca Polling Division, F. Page, "Esq.  mvO  The Lodging. Department  will be always carefully attended to,' and tho bcsi  Bods .and ttccoiumodatioa. piwidcd. tor .their <bus������  tomeri. - dcl6  v%  LEAVES BARKERVILLE DAILY Ar 8 A.M  AN1>\  LIGHTNING CREEK AT " P.M,  Passage, SI 50; for the ronnd trip, $3.  Freisht taken at low rates.  apl2  E. C. WIL.MOT.  *   v'.'y; .Cwlehratcir.  WORCESTERSHIRE    SAUCE  Dcclared'byConuoissciireto'be  ��������� ''���������  THE- ONLY    GOOD   SAXJCE.  Caution against Fraud.���������Tbe success of tu  must dyliciodsand unriviillcd Ciui<iliw-ut ltiiving  caused certain dealers to apply the name ofWorcos-  torshlro Sauce" to their own inlV.ruir com pound������,- tli 9  public is hereby, in formed lliuitbiottly way to pro*  cure the genuine, is to  ask: for lea & perrins'  sauce  and to see tlial their names aro upon the wiiArn.it.  LABELS, STOITEU, and JIOTTLK.  Some ol tbe foreign marketp havliig bocii supplied  mr i th a 8 p u ri u a a Wor c es tors u i rv43w uce, uj h> u tli o w rap -  per and labels oi'which tho names el Lea and IVn'iu* .  have been forged,' L.: and P.- give notice that the/ ''  h av o 1 ii nils he d t h o i r c or res pen deals wi tli power oi  attorney to take instant proceedings against manc-  FACTcmKRSand vkndors o 1 such; or nuy othes* imitation s b y vv li i ch t he ifir i g h t in a y b c i n fringe d....,  Ask for LEA & PERKINS' Sauce andsog  Name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, ana  .Stopper.  Wholesale and for export .by the proprietors, Worcester; Crussfj & Bldckwcll, London, Ac.r &c������i .^ii'.i  by Groo^rji aad' Qi Imw uuiveraallv,  H. X?r-:  I- y  :*..'   ;/  "X  *mm  0W0?$S  WaTTTM  : y-A  X' .).'������������������: .  '���������' '���������;*-K.*--<X'!--i:r  rx  ���������a a-:I:  X 'V,  -JKw.-A-'  '0 ������������������;;&&  X &v^*  ; -.; r~:'<;-  ���������.:.! ��������� 0  a. yi  Wm.  XB  Xk  . \. *r.  gcgac3g3a^^  ^tAv~r.i?*?"jfrrer*mj_ >; ..i...,..l.������������^ffl^g  , THE CARIBOO-SENTINEL  SATURDAY, MAY SO, 1874.  ���������-��������� -..'.��������� '���������"���������.-.'      .j. ���������  THE LABOR MAUKET.  Onr. attention has been called to a para-  frraphIn a late issue: of the Victoria Colonist,  x?h!eh states that ademao'cl for labor exists at  present in 'Cariboo, and advising the  rtrturoinfc Cassiar miners now pas������ing  through Victoria to try ttwir fortune in this  ���������  district, where they can obtain employment  ^ta high rate of wages. / ',A'a  This labor* question is rafter a delicate  ' . waiter to touch upon, as wo might by. exaggerated 8tatem*eht3;,as to its scarcity .apd  onr future good prospfou, not only injure the  wen  at pre?ent earning their bread in this  belt in this district almost untouched, and on  the old ;cr������������elcs larxe tracts of ground winch  may prove as rich ns that, worked out in  former Years, and which has been passed over  as' was* th? case with the diggings receaily  struck in ConUlin Gulch.  -o- -aa*. -������������������  Bask of Bkitish  Noktu  Amkiuca.���������The  Barkerrilie Agency of this Bank will be reopened under the management ot our old  townsman, Mr G.M.Morris.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  "'~~     NOTICE.  URIXQ OUR- AB5ENTCR^R03l CAItlBOO,  MR  1   JOHN BlliB Y holds our Poxrer of Attornoy.  GRUNBAU.U BR03.  Barkerville, Mny 10.1S74- my30 lm  Mining Claim for Sale. ���������  NE FULL INTEREST IN BALLARAT  ���������dMrict bv working for wages, but" at the 'U   Omivrnv, William creek, for sale cheap.  ���������     "     * ���������    ..       .   - Z -��������� <.' J0* ,���������;;;  .^u:ak'i-ir-nbthOldbctorathu^Cthor Jane,  it. will  be sold  earae time matice an influx of labor which byAacti0J1  would exceed the.demandl ;':We have, np^de.-.  *ire to %e tbemedinm by winch itrjnry would  ��������� W inflicted on-our laboring -population, .nor  to hold out unwarranted inducements to out-  slderainy saying that a large field exists in  Cariboo for men-desirous/of  working for  .   wnges.   We believe, however; we are.correct  in saying that;ati'HueV labor jh Cariboo is  >,:i I- ;.iii-.fl:.i- a' X^'.i-'"*t,aa ?������  Apply to  mvSO  G.EO..BYRXR.?,  Auction go r.  C. J.  Solicitor & Notary Public  Thrives Victoria on Monday; lhc25lb May instant,  for tlie *"���������.'���������;'  CASSIAR MINES;;  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS..  r.-  .   NOTICE.  THI3 UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED A  * Partnership for -oner^l t rn.'inyiurposeP, to be  known as BEliDY & TOWNaEND.  j. c. bredy;-, :  .'A. TOWNSKvO. .  YanWinkln, Way 1st. 1874. ������VW  ���������AT THE���������  OLD VAN WINKLE STORE  Keep on hand' everything  IN A HIKING GAS?.  firoHlably en.ployed at present, and "that in and wiU rcmajn tberc until tho end of September  fact the supply isvslightly short-of tbe ^o^^cit. . ��������� ���������        :,  :  .  ��������� . my3o  maud:   That the demand will increase in the  :tt;0^~;0~ ^^A O^^^a-it���������*  'a* -*'��������������� >-t t-' X '������������������ :-  X0S0X-   :''A0-  *A0iA -;,��������� -   A  xArAifk""  x:   "course of a few���������.weeks���������after ������bigh water���������is  >yery  probable, as will  i>e seen by a brief  jplance .at the 'large, mining: operations that  ��������� will, be in  full blast in a short time in only  two small sections of this district���������rConlilin  Gulch and Lightning; Creek.. '���������.-    700  .; On Lightning Creek, at the time of c.osinjr  down on account of high water, not a single  Hie man was to be met-with ; and as one addition lias been made since'then to the num  b or o f p ay i ng; claims, \v i th e ve ry p ro b n b i 1 i ty  ���������of a second shortly, an; increased supply of  labor will be required for that creek.  Toss!-'  hiy, also^ the prospeciing on Chisholm and  . .Veierson creeks may be so, successful ai to  ..eUn further increase the demand.���������  0     .On -Co d kl in G u 1 ch ,;th ei prospect ing of the  past six months has opened up a large field  i .it i 1 ab or.   The pay~-ay erag i n g ;ob oil t vi en  tpiinces to the set���������haa .been xtested on the  west.bank;pf that gulch, for a distance of about  three  thousand  feet; ��������� Only one cempany.  ���������   howerer. is at present working, the others  having being drowned out and forced to st.-p  tt) ct p u t up much i nory.   These cl ai ins  w he n  working   will   employ   considerable   labor.  Tliree new companies bare also been formed  vithin  the past week   to prospect further  up the gulch, and ns they will operate on  b:>ih   banks, tbe  disputed   question   as* to  whether the channel continues on in tbe left  bank from the Ferguson claim, or crosses the  jrulch at that point, will soon  be-seized.  ;No matter whether the rights or the lefts b:vre  i!, io either case a large extent of new ground  will be opened up.  . Id speaking of the probable .'demand for  labor, we must also refer to-the- Kurtz and  Lane Company as being likely in a few  months to employ a large number of men.  V/o Ctinnot.for a moment, think that after a  hege expenditure of money, and the proved  faience of a deep chauR el.which there is  rvory reason, to expect, from, the most favor  * 'utile indications,; contains -nch:-deposes of  ' gold. fha11he sbarehoIderk will stop further  operations. Indeed ihe prospects of the  ctnim are sufllcient to wnrranfc the prosocsttion  of tise work of testing ihi3 channel with all  the means at the corapany;s command, and  .there can be little doubt of the guecess of the  enterprise.  ���������..'��������� >..  Several of the outlying creeks might be  mentioned a3   likely   to   employ  consider-  nbl e 1 a b oi\ in a .Tew ino n ths���������Jack of Clubs  miif A a tl ct , for i h st an ce*;  We ha ve abs ta i ned  : from; spec u 1 al ion  in , on r few re m ark?, and  aimplv stated facta.   We may bejn a position  tu a tew weeks to invite a moderate number  f meh j n search o f empI oy m ent to vlsi i Oari -  On tho above suhject will be delivered by thd  -REV.    M Ri    HALL  AT .THE; WESLEYAN' CHURCH,   BARKEUVILLE,  Wednesday Ev'g. June 10;  Coinmenciog at EIGHT o'clock.  Tickets ONR DOLLAR.   Proceeds to apply to Parsonage Oct) t.    v ;' "   my������o  TOE  PEOPLIC  OF  STANLEY  U'FH   TO  1    inHfrm tho inhahiiahis ������r Briush rniumbji tnnt  they will c-'lt-^r.ue l!ie appronchin*: TTfJi'lays* in a  maimer uniUi'D.issecl ia tiiu Caribou District.    Tho  ���������   HORSE RACES  Will commence on the 1st and en 1 on the 4th.   The  STANLEY DERBY  Will !>e run on the 1st for tb.9  LARGEST PURSE EVER GIVEN  IX TilE CARIBOO DISTRICT.  tS&. Tlie Commritc^ of M-,������D*ljwm>������t \vi?\ lo inform  rm-n-rs cl Ruoo Hordes thnt tluT will provide s'>od  ^l^.jing for their horses, Tbe 'programme ol' 5por;s"  will appear ik-x* \vei-k.  -ft������-A criniialinvitulion is extended to everybor'T  and tbeir \viv< s.  Cy order of the Coin mi Ur?  f MARJirALT, BRAY,  SI au ley, Uej^t n ing Cree !c, il ay ::.o.       ,S-.-c r������: w ry.  ffl THS.GOMTY GMr'oFBEn^  COLUMBIA, IIOLDCN' AT PJCIIFIELU,  T!j c patrons so ! iherally oxtended .to Uio oR Arm  is'r������ppectfully solicU.vl f.-r the new: my 16 0;n  The $1,000,000 Loan  won't ixtfp.vkre witii  GAMBiM PACIFIC EAILEOiB  TERMINUS- STORE,  .. Quesnelmonth, B,- .,���������  Where tliere are "still plenty of tho best brands of  British Columbia  FLOUR,  LILLOOET BEANS of 1873,    ...  And other Farm Produce, at VERY LOW RATES.  Also, a general assortment of  GROCERiES,:  S7HEREAS A PETITION FOR ADJTTDT-  ? c:iti(������ii of .B-tnkraptev. bOiflitj; dote-"tli*v 26th  day lif.vHtiy, A.D WA. ihnlh \y<n duly, filed Ki  R j ch flwi ii, \n t J i e Cf 4tn i y C- >u rt * if f ] ri t i.������ > il C< A v, rn h i :\.  sitting in rj?��������� ukrnpicy, by 1)4v 1 f> 'n(OMArf VIUV.E���������  ori.o\rheeCn^k, Freti-Mhi-.T, un tor wbie.:i...the f-ai!  D.tvid Thomns Pi"ic������J hat lj!.'('ii ���������ttiftnApiuVn Rinkrnpt,  ri(dic-) i^ \mrcUy given that tin hi id Bankrupt ih  lu'T'diy .reqi.iir.Ml to surrender hht&4f. to' liio.sai-:!  Court, at lbfs first meeting oi' ero������llLf.r.-, i������.' b'������ held he-  f^re the said Court at Ricl.TiOid flii. tij<; Slh��������� (Uxy ol'  Juno, at :11-o'clock in tlie l(tron<>������vjj precisely, andal^o  to the Court at t|:������; second milling tn be held at the  ??!m.������: plijicfr and hour on tiw lo th day of June. A 1).  1S 74, for't lie sai d , B.������ ti krti p't to piss life c.ei m; na t ion.  A t tli 0 ft 1 ���������=��������� t m ee ti n if,, Cro -J i tor.-,' 0 ro 10 com 0 and pro v-j  thvif di-ht.c, finti'ciuiose an" as^i^n-io or assirnees of  the. Bankrupts citato ������'tnd eil.eeis ; at. the seeon-j  tneeti! \ g. pw. /for ������.' ebt<; of ��������� cr? <'��������� itfirs- will be rccc'i ve < J.  and tbe Bankrupt v/j'l fog required to Kubaiit liims':-!]"  to be '.x-Jrhinodatid to at&kn ajuSi dis:ydosutv anil <{].s-  covery r-'fall his estatjand e/IV-eis,. and to: Gnisn nfe-  exiniin'ttiMD. . '."-"���������������������������  Kfitie& U ven-hy given to 3'11 p^r.-ons iodrbted to  the sulJ Bankrupt or. l.h,ut have any <?" id.? eG"rci:-, not  to df.div^r thy r-;t?i!??- but t������> Jdin-X Lindsay of. Rjeii-  DRY   GOODS,  .      BOOTS   a   SHOES,  HARDWAR.E. and DRUGS-  i*^������ Commission, Storage and Forwardins biisinoss  done at reasonable rates, ���������-..::-";.������������������/  my3^m    ������������������������������������ ,-  ���������     ' .-. ��������� JA.3.    REIP.    |  ;>       notice;  Rb KIMHALL. Dkcmskd.     ���������  RENDERS    ARK    INVITJED    BY    THE  t    undersigned for the . ���������     .,  Store   and   well-assbrtfed  Stock of Goods .  therein, on K<������illtloy Creole.  A complete Inventory of the Kslato on Keitbl y  Crock has been tak-n by the nrder������i.gne������l. Any p* r-  sou wisiiing lo in^p^ci or iir-t a cipy of the sam������% can  do so on application to the under-ipiod, cr inspect  the stock at the Store on KeiMiW'Creok .  Copi-'s of the Inv-.'-ntory may'be so������rn on application  to Mr Bates. 100 .MiJo Post, and to Mr Barry. Forks of  Qiiesnd.  T-riders to be sent in on Ihe lVisis n' the Inventory,  and  any ^rorvis p'oid up lo date of T-iider heiiifr nc-  copied will be.deducted from the ahiouiii  of Tender,  ���������at Bnrk'cnrillo rates aiid :r.:i^ht to Kcithby.  The highest or any Tend.-r not nec*cs:irily acepted.  Sealed T������.*n lew will be rec< iyid i.y tlie under-ignojl  at ids o.'fico in ii.irkervlllc up loaioon on tbe 30th day  ������^f May, IS74.  CRO. BYRNES,'.  B^rk-rvilK', April 28, 1874 my 3;  NEW ADVEUTISK-MKNTS.  A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT Off  let i  i Orei;  will  the.,  peril  Per  FCri]  Elected from the best -K������ruso  in Victoria, J.   a.  -   , ���������'.        ;tuRaV12R& co.  ;  LAOTES' TRIMMED HATS; , ;  FANCY SILKS,  DRESS PATTERNS,  JiElMNOS.  pla ins.  POPLINS,  BLAUK.ALPAOJL  HOSE, ;  Largaonl email Sl2cs, and"Children^  BEST FRENCH CORSETS,  ARTlTPLCIAL FLOVv'EUS,  kishons. . ..'.';;.  LAWES1 UNDERCLOTHES,  FANCY FRINGE,  BUTTONS'.  . X-       SEWING .SILIT,   &o.  G eirt's & Boy's Straw Hats  SILK SHIRTS. NECK .TIKS. BOWS,  ,      SCARFS, UUTTKRFUKS; Mr?  ���������i'x"y'    iinyV2in��������� v ". A'.  0G  voy  Vic:  yes I  -liirn  0  Tuc  t lingers dj  *:  ISO!!,  A'������:'  [Successors to D. l������urtJ5.& Co J  IMPORTERS AKO DEALERS IN  IJCSrtlQKS,  :-yr  :$VC$  0X  Xr'-  m  TOBACCO,  O TT  Dry Goods and , lotliing  CLINTON   EXTRA   FLOUR.  ;' $& AH Goods of tbo' Best Qiijllity af.d."at;lbs  liowest Prices.  n-.trkereii:\ May 0. .    : ������TO^ *���������  HAS ON* HAND  A WELL ASSORTED STOCS OF  GROCERIES,  IT  BARKERVILLE,  9  Auctioneer, Commission  ���������5 ;��������� and Mining Asrent,,  iPFEMSEE ":iM_ {SOMSYAKCSl.  #*rfinods received n nd stor.^l ������n FIRTti-PROOF  CJS1VLA.H-, arid liberal advances lnade.(������n awiv*, ������t  re isonalile rateg.    . .-.-: -.      -ifiyHin -'  .   r;; Notice..... ;.";.  In ih n Th :a 11 c r . 0'f tb 0 * ��������� E?! a to an d Effect s 0 f  ; EDWARD H.KIMBALL. -dcc������aswl..' ';  A IaIa PERSONS VTiZO ARK i^DKBTED'  r\. to the liltovH Rstutc nra rvquired to ]j;ty the  amounts due iorthwiib ; jind all prrsona who" bnve  any el.vims agrdnf-t the Siiid JH-statfl two requirod to  *e������fit in tieir neeount?, duly proved, on or before  the'la t day 'of July, 1874, to ' ;  !CHAS..K. P00LET,  -"  Oiiicjal Adniinwtrator.'  . Dated Ticforia, Ud. April, 1874.    .  Xmm, mm. .;    ;  PROVISIOMS,,,  HARDWARE,  CLOTHING,  PATENT IVIEDiCINES, &c.  COME ALONO WITH YOUR CASH  ^3- AND GET  BARGAINS: ^g������  '-'���������������������������' m!*' ' - ' ���������  WORK ON THE C. P. RAILROAD  MAY   BE   DELAYED,  j". but at present we can bold cit to theiu^^o^IJn.latXiXXuXX'Xh^ { y(mm n HERKEY mv-jwfli������t a im ������r������B PKn  iaiay aoa ID ������UH tnou.3   rJlJacr'wbo   has   tried j ";'M' '^"'l A^ign^, whom tl 10 Court lu.s appoiuu    s^     ������ons liable to |ny Iti������rl T������x for 1374 with Iii tho  bUA$mUwe_ vM*������* success; In otber gold Kod^Sr^S SvSm,0[ Car'bo������ can bc SGea JU  . folds' iDdncfffleats for.prd^pec������iiig of the sicmt  a*>j)k Wa*14���������*i������23*fOB6 &&e&wi1fo\n-lh* gold  JA3tfE3 1J N 1)3 A V,  ,   Clet>;��������� fiounty Court an 'j C.'f.ci.'iJ A p������isn*������  BiCb������?3':t WUy 2������. 1S74, suy^O *  ; the Cuurt H >use, KijiiiieH.  ���������TAMR^ LINDSAY.  Collector ot KoadTdx.  Si������bftoid, ktmi ry,14, 1-874* .. ���������   ,   jnyB lm  Blac^smitli;;;-v - "Stanley,  Is,at his old;stand, nnd is prepared, to'do v  . ALIJ'KINDS OF WORK IN HIS LINK,1  ���������Promptly, artistically, and at tbo lowest ^oinjjr.atrs,  ���������'��������� jf.'u;^Jtavbg' a   L ATHE   on ' th b. A premisoa+  ���������  Turriea Work maclo a specialty; .  niyifl-ani ;     '  Why Drink yonr Tea and  Cofiee witliout Milk ?  WHEN  I  /THE PIONEER HIIaKMAN, who Is at bis  X    oid 6 tan J on , .���������..,'.  LIGHTNING   CREEK,  Is prcpn red to supply' M\Va to Mintita- nt their Cabins  at 76 Coats,,������4 .to.Hotel* at 50 Qent$ :X>et  G-aUoh. ���������������������������'���������;;  on  bo  lie  pc  ce  ar  to  w  O  tc  S  tl  su  in  L  C  C  ft  s^  F  c  m  ii  fc  / '   ���������:  o  ������������������������������������  ��������� '��������� ....  gaggsaggsgresrarn*^^  fe3ftttg2**J3s^a^^  A7; THE CAMBQO SFJ  SATURDAY,; MAY 30, 1874:.-  , t Notice. ��������� Mr. Li nd ������ny; ��������� nf Va n AVi n k 1 e. wi 11  *Hct as ngeut f<>r 1 he Sic>rrr fcEif on Lightning  Creek, unit all orders left with.(hat gentlemen  will bo promptly attended to. Parl:**s at  the lower end ot Lightning desirous of sub-  perilling." wilt njease leave their orders at Mc-  DermoIt's, Stanley. .Rent by. Mail to siib-  fcribi'rs at the rate of.SI per month, payable  laadvatice.   0 .������������������   -.    '���������  X CLINTON.  Clinton, May 29-The last of Gansby Ysuf;  fey party left to day 'with the pack train for  tie 150; thence to the Chil riot h.:  Mr Bell left  r _, _, y es ter d ay tor Ques r.el, bis party p ve ce ding  ^4-\.   him. ���������   ��������� ' ���������'���������������������������    -    -        .:    - :  KV^-f     Only one case fur llie Court of Assize  on  Ax71t Tuesday... . '...'-' ,L  P������w   ������������������������������������������������������   '  ' vrcTORiA.  IPggs rx i  L'   *%    .Victoria.  May, 26���������Sto am orOt ter arrived  mm. --S horn S! i ck o e nx ye a to r d :\ y. Wb en llie Otic r  yxAyM arrived at Wrangle ihe Ilope waa uJongside  yy;A:WXhc Crtlilomia. --Both 'steamers'left naif, an  fj/v^,���������" ttour alterwin'ds. Use'former with a full load  Pl^^g-of freight and mule* for-the Stiekeen. .  fl7'A:Mn l{ would tippcur..that nothing new ling been  ^^^mstruck in tbe Caviar country this year, at the  ^^^S'puin'*- {'m". if' ought not-to be forgot I en that  ^^^gj^-O'-piictino'the frozen ground is bulb tedious  ^^^^und unsatisfactory.��������� ��������� "  ,-;  ^^^������- Mr Pol land; a farmer 'at- Clullum bajyW.T;.  ^^pS^ius been killed hy Indians. . ��������� ��������� ^ .  ^^g^pv'.. T!ie sUuimer Emma and schooner."Clack.  ^^^8?ip^"'m"n^- wHh'Nelson's pack train..sailed for  "'"^rl'rke.erfM.ttsti'^ye.RlngV.-^.^ -  fcThe steamship Prince Alfred arrived at 7  ?.tfs morning from Saa Francisco.- *��������� ������.'���������'.'��������� 0/->  Victoria.' May 2G���������Tlie steamship CalTfpr  Oft returned from Wranglu lust jugbt; with  J������n ouiiees ot Caspar gold. No' later news  rbin tbe mine's. "..;'  *.'.'-..'" "-    "    ������  ;;" , CANADA/   7  A Ottawa,; May 23 ���������Mossea'u pare notice of a  Resolution forno address to the Queen for a  tgenera j a������nner,ty fbr p ersons charged with the  " vun mission of off^ijees iii connection Willi the  1 is!'���������.ivh ������������ti**s������������������ i:if (8ti'J and 1870.  r\vris ni* r.nttuidment .asking.; for Ihcc.m-  rtvuiCvmeni of m instruction .at ICsqni malt this  rvar. arid.tbe expenditure of a million and a  i.iif of do}) arson the mHi.hl.and within a year,  ���������x pending- not -leas than 10 per sent, per allium ������f 'tin* agjrregnle cost of the section from  rprt Edmonton In E������qu:malt.:   ' X  The mnendmeni. waa lost. Messrs. DeCos-  103, funster.- Farrow, Jones, and Plumb for,  nd 77 against.  Mr Caitwright, Minister of Finance, leaves  m- I'wiirope to.-'niiht to negotiate a $40,000,000  WM  m   f  ul way loan, and it is also rumored to get  Jutland to grant a guarantee ot a larger sum  or railway purposes.  The House, will rise in a few days.  Mr J. D. Edgar,- won has been-on a mission  -> British Columbia, was defeated for South  )xfonl yesterday.  The Ottawa Free Pres? of the 9th says Sen-  tor Corn wall, iii of email-pox, has been taken  harga of by; the Sisters at the General Hoa-  itat, and is progressing favorably.  In the House of Commons, in Committee  n the riew Election Bill, Thompson ot Cnri-  ���������>o moved as a ^uard against bogus nomina  ons that the candidate be required  to   de*  osit $500, which should be given to the sue  useful candidate.   :  . EUROPE.:..;..  Madrid. May 21���������A fight between C^rlist?  nil Republicans in tlie Province of Larrigenn  ) (1 iy resulted in the defeat-of the former  ���������ith a loss of 40 killed and many wounded.  lie Car/lists in Catalona have been .defeated  y the Nationals, Concha has rcoccupied  Irduna. ' . ,  London, May .21���������The Czar left England  today.;   ���������    ��������� ���������'���������   *  London, May'22���������A Paris dispatclrto the  Sf a is d ti r d ������i y $ i t is t li o n gl, i 11 h at th e co m b In a*  i. i o n. vi\ a d e i ilst n igh t coni p le tes: I he. MiiitM ry  n������i d w t! 1 11 e su pcessf u 1, and that the no w Cab -  i net wil 1 be f o mi ed to d ay. Bonap ar tis is rt nd  Legitimists Will be oxctuded;  a duel between Prince Metlernicli and  Co u \\ { Mo n li b el lo to o le . p lac e to - rl a y. Th e  Count was wounded in the ami and disabled.  QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY CELEBfiATION.  Monday was as auspicJons a day as tJonld  well be found for the celebration of nn anni  versary. Ttie (i clerk of the weather" in entering the orders of the day, graciously ruled  that instead of the "queen's weal be r? usual  at this time of the year, Ca ri bo oiles should  have a splendid, sunshiny day to testify their  loyally to their sovereign and enjoy and par  ticipate in the sports so well arranged by the  celebration co mm ittee. From early morn the.  numerous fl*g staffs of Barkerville displayed  their banners,, and a very respectable'assemblage of 'people lined the street.at: the hour  appointed for the commencement of the sports  of the day. As'announced in the programme,  a contest took place between members of the.  H.vrsbrVilu: yui'A bhiuapb  for a purse of $10 fur the first water thrown  from 200 feet of hose attached to the upper  hydrant. .One party was commanded.by Mr  John'Bibby. the other by Mr Frank Perrett;  At the tap of the bell, the hose carriage was  :Uken out of the engine- ho nee, the hose-, attached to tbe; hydrant, and water thrown-by:  bolh p a r 1 ies i u b ��������� ss than two mi im t es..... Th p  time was���������Pe ire it's command, 1'.-. minute :1ft  seconds ;./ Bihby's. .command; 1 mihnte, 18  seconds���������speaking well for thei activity .and.  tfiiciency of the Brigade. ;'The   : :.  . ; ���������    .;  ������������������     QUOIT���������'TOUirXAMKN'T-   : 'Al '0  tiex t to ok pi ace; ��������� ������Vn d \ be b ?$ t; p! avers sefec fed  * o com pete for the iitke. The gw m e,..was; 21  poin 1 s." The mmch was Waiker and Skym  against Li])::oU.Nul Rogers |. won "by the two  for.merv ��������� -jAnl Ai.iX'-.:-''-A--. 0-.A  \ A fie r th ; Ux:: ;.a a t������oil of. tb e q u oi t! m a tch ,��������� it  iitinsK v..\cii;G. A  , IFot tho first, race, 300 yards, only on a entry  was : made���������Urahum's (the; ColbretlO bay  mare. No racing stock having yet arrived on  the creek, the ��������� public had to be content al  .witnessing a wiilk over the course.  .For theseCond race, best 2 in 3, BOO yards,  two entries were m ad e���������-Nason 's bay ni a re,  an di; JV S. Rob er (so n 'a mare.; ? This wasoneof  the bost racea ever nin on the Barkerville  con rse. Th e. Naso n h o rse won -the fi ra fc t wo  heats; in: each heat coming, in ab ou t four necks  abead.;. ���������;���������  . ' '.. ���������:.;.--."'. ". .-;'' ";  The horse-racing closed the spoils of the!  day. Everybody was pleased with the success of the cel'ebr all on, . a ud , the 'tba n ks  o f t he c o mm uni t y a re d u e. to the g en tl e men  through'whose exertions'such a pieman t day  was  -*���������*-���������  -������������.*  ->���������������-  ' B a ax a np'S ExiuiESS. w ith the m ai 1 s, at4 ri ved  at 8 o'clock last night. The following passengers came, to Barkerville:��������� G. M. Mo wis,  F. J. Alexander, H. .T. Tolmie, and Alex.  O ra a t. An Ex t ra w i t|i se ve n Chin ese���������fire  ra e n an d two w omen ������������������will a v r i v e th i s in o in -  lug. The following passengers ft re hooked  for the do9M. express :   Mr and Mrs Weldofl  fcttd Josepli \^eldon.  heiog then r>.f,/n. a Roy.d satitte was fired,  (iffcr-whichA'tie progritihme of sports was-re"  suTued.   For the    -     ';.'.��������� .-' :':-.- ��������� -  ���������.'   ' .. 100 taud foot nAC-r:.'       ', . ���������  .there weti* fr+Vir. entries���������V/. B. Steeled Joseph  \V e I d o ri, M o wa 11- an d Fay el.: ;fFhe c on test: w as  sjiarp: between- Steele and Weldon. and the  .m ������t a 1 ot b otb ge n lie men ��������� f ai r 1 y teste d. Mr  31 eeleV after a; fi ii e run'.; p asse (\;. th e. .'��������� wi rip \ n g  post-aboriV 12 feet ahead.of' Welden'. ��������� Moyyatl  c������mingin third.; For the; .. ;  ��������� ' .... '���������. A'- 'A BACRTVAnp RAfJR:"'"'-..  three entries���������Mr S. A. Sbsrers. Mr Jos. TVel:  don. and D--FaVelV  \)Toi\ by Mr Rogers.  .Tin-  ... WHKKr.nAnVow UACJ5  ���������iit-'irded much, amusement.. Four entries were'  m tlde���������Mess vs. Bo! wrp n ,:AV.eld on. Lars'ens., .an d  Fur el. Weld on,' being endowed with a'sort  of second sight, wheeled8 straight for the  winning-post, leaving his .competitors scat';  t ered a 1 o ng ������be con rse dri vi n.a hi e very d i ree���������  lion but the'right one. Only two entries  were made for the -  VAULT! NO  UT OU JGMi'i  VVeldon and Favel, and after several attempts  by the former to clear the bar the pVizo was  awarded to Favel.  UUNNI5G HTGn JUMP.    .' .  three entries��������� Weldnn, Favel, and Chief Constable Lindsay. The contest was between  the two former, the tatter having retired.���������  Won by Favel'. :.'���������  UOP, RXIP -AND JOMPi ]'X":  Three entries���������A. Casseltnan, Weldoa, and  Favel.    Won by Weldon.  staxoiso JUMP.  Two entries���������Weidoa and Casselmau.   "Won  by Weldon.  sokes r.ACB������;..:j . ��������� \ .-  Eightenlries���������Judge BaUjlIughPiOss,Rogers  Perre'Lt, Denny, Morris, Moses and Favel;   In  th is race popul at5.' opi nio n received a severe  shock, the heaviest, man in Carihoo coming in  third, astonishing his smaller competitors, ami  leaving the highest dignitary in the dtslrieijo  pay the' $2 50 forfeited, by the last in  BAintRtrvittk Scuool KxA.MixA.Trox.-Mir  Jefsop; Superintendent of- Education, paid a.  .flying'-visit-to Carihoo by last Expros?, aiid  oil Saturday morning be.ld an examination of  the Barkerville public school, the pupils  [were examined in reading,-spelling,- tables,  geography and history., and althonghI. all  i ti ere 1 y .1*egin riers, acqn i Med tllemsel ves very  creditably; The'Superintendent has*placed  it on record in the Visitors' Book- that: " the  teaching "All" through-the school has" evidently  been.of the most thorough description ^discipline, good, school-room neat and orderly;1'  The.visitors present at-tho; examination* also  expressed their gratification at the. progress  m a d e by the child re ii, and co m p 1 \ m eh t ed. llie  Re v./ M r ��������� 0 a U o n i he success o f; his teaching.  We learn from-the  total number'of  tendance for a 1  i h e sch oo 1 o pen ed in Se p te m ber,; .1872, is  the I avgest n u m ber nrcscriif A n y ������ n ������'." ^ *y ? l^i  largest average for.any ono month.:was 10i  for *. N ove:nb er, < J 873 ;'' average. :atteridarice;  si n'co Jan uary','���������' 1 S7.4, tiearl y; 8 ;" ayefage; at-r  * Koad OrKXK.i).-^The Government "A'gbni"-  having promptly-attended to the opening ot  the road for wheels between Barkervillo .anA  Van Winkle, Wilmot made the first drivO  ihrobgli On Thursday; 28lb'May. .This isv^o  believe, fclio earliest date on record on which  wheeled-vehicles have made the through tripy  altho'ugli^as the snow has only been, partially  shovelVed^out of the canyon7^cre'difc is due to  Wilmot for thri skilfnI manaer in w!;ich I19  made tbe fl rst.trip. ;:of; tho 'season with a full  load of passengers-.-;. 07'  . ��������� ��������� ��������� >-   ���������. - - ��������� -     * ���������  Last week's Standard contains a letter  s'gned ;���������>' W.'.IL 'M^^'and. dated-Lightning  Creek, in which the writer urges the Govern^ "  ment to undertake tbiev prospecting of tho  Cariboo district... XW-H. 'x&������ should writcy  another letter, and>urge upon the iGr'o'yern*  ment the^advisabilityof-gunplying the miner*  of ihe dislnct'with bread and beef..gratis.    .  .One proposition is quite as reaaonabie as thai  .other. .      x: ���������'  :...i :'   % ���������' ' ��������� ��������� .:' ���������".     ��������� -.;  !   Ltoutnixo CntuEK Ckt.rbaATiox.���������The��������� pre-.  :1 i m in a ry n 0 i ice ann onncin g. ��������� th e celebra tioa  of the'apprpaching holidays on Lightning will  be found in another..column.;- The committee  are determined to spare no effort to make.tba  'holidays,as.attractive'" as possible.XParticii-'  .t..t������o,.���������������U hri f������nhl������aho^:hoYt WnoV.    ���������    ���������engagea;lu.puiwng'.iue;raco.' imy& ��������� uu  uigu^-;  ���������nihg in good or3ef.   targe rollers drawn by  pic.ii will bousedto ievel'it,and every benna  taken to make* tlie ground firm.   The track *  When finished willbe Very level and straight,-  .-��������� ,;'MOuOxxETtti; Mt\\- three '-��������� race: ^hof{es, - \A on 77.  s~  \  are  Chairman .of .tho BritishJ3olunibia,Wesleyari  District, who i t wi I \' ,hc fecpl 1 ected vjsiiied  C a rib 0 o 1 asV s u ni m er;, i n a ie (ter :.p ub 1 ish ed i ii  the 'I Wesley ah; < -M issi 0 n ary: Notices,^  th u s  speaks vof' Barkeryi 11 e :���������   ";. I spent a Tveek  with Mr ;Hall, v during.\vb ich: I visited -several,  of the mines both on Wi 11 \am and Lightning  Creeks.   I happened ;t*o be; tiiere on.the 1st of  July, and saw Barkerville; in Jls- best atlire-  Do mi u i 0 n Day was c el eh ra ted m th rem ark-  oble order and sobriety.   I was informed that  two thousand people,incIud ing Chinese, were  present.   I never saw so large a gathering of  (i he looking men.   They were wel 1, d ressed :  'most of them.were lar.e'and strongly built,  and their countenances had a very inlelHgeni'  expVessiph.    The holiday-lasted two days,  and I saw only one mxn who was the worse  of liquor.*'* ...  sinking in rock. Ax 7     , ���������������������������; ���������.:':: ���������'������������������  ':. -X: x i   '"; ;;coxKiax oolciJ.��������� ���������::      ���������:-��������� /:.''. . .**  \ The /Ferguson co; washed^ up 18 o55.1asV  v^eelc; -The-Ottawa co���������-adjoining, has>notye,t  bottomed .its shaft;  a fair prospect was ;pb*  (n i ii.ed ��������� i it 'the "gravel. s trite k  after r ge tti n'g  through'the clay, and theyv are now.- sinking  through slide ; the water is ralber too heav^   ;  f 0 r-l'li 0 isti������ g w.i tb a b a c ke t.   A ne w com p an y,   .  !:he, Point,; 13 interests,: .was organised thw  . week; ' and.;$r\\\}\ commeh.ee sinking Itnmedi*���������  fitely.   The old White Pino claim has been  taken up again, and a new shaft started so mo  200 feet further up stream I ban (he old work*;  ings. .-'.Lewis? Morgan is- also sinking.a shut)  opposite the Ferguson co*  . x;x   >  .���������jf jjg '-"-���������gaggp  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ���������Mr  Rogers -was first in.  sack it age.  Three entries���������WeUtoh, Favel, and M.pses,���������  After a langlinblo* run, during which M.oses  tried a few steps forward on the crown of his  head, Weldon passed tho winning-post first.  BOYS AND* GIRLS' HACK.  The juveniles had a, glorious day of it.  After the regular race had boon won by  Master John Hough,several match races were  got -up for tbe 'amusement of the; little ones,  but pirttimtr ww in every- instance beaten,  Dom 1 xiox Dat.-A !arge. and iufiuentia!  meeting was held in the Then Ire" Royal; Barkerville, on Monday evening last to take  steps for the proper celebration of Dominion  Day. A committee was formed to make tbe  necessary arrangements, and- a.,deputation  appoluted to confer with tbe people ol Lightning with the object of fixing the celebrations  at the two placi s so that one would not inter,  fere wi lii the 6 iher. 11 was f0u n d iinposstb 1 e  to effect a compromise by which the celebration of Domini on Day. con Id be h eld, ;on , dif-  f ere ni d a ys, an d. w 0 will th eref 0 re h a v e two  rival, celebrations, this year. ..  . Lkcturk.���������Tlevl.Mr. II.iU will deliver a:  lecture on !l H e r 0'es. a n d He ro! sni "at th e  Wesley an Ch urch, B arke mile, on Wed ues^ a y  e v e ni n g, -Jan e 10. co rum en c nig at , e igh t  o'clock.--. The proceeds of the lecture will be  applied to'paying off the debt on the Parsonage, an^bje^tbafcj^wjlt.oomfneiid" itself to  every one desirous of- contributing his mite  towards the support of the zealous body ot  Chris ti an missionaries wh ose labors i ii Britisb  Columbia deserve the highest pvai3e..  Stbamku VjOTonrA���������We are glad to learn  that Mr C K. Wright is, getting the steamer  Victoria ready for launching, and that she  will shortly resume ber trips between. Q������������>���������  uej.and Soto w**������  ]^OTICR IS HEREBY -GIVEN. "th&t;;Hi8:-  ���������v.- Excellency the Governor-General in  Council has been pleased, by. and with tho  advice of bis Privy Council, to disallow tho  Act passed*pii the 21st day of February 18.74,  .(Qtitiiled as follows, viz.: ..���������..:/.  ��������� "Ah Act to authorise one Justice of the  Peace to do any act, matter, or thing hereto*  tore to be done by two Justices of the Peace,  iiiicl to give an appeal to Courts^ot- General  or Q.uarler-Sessions.*' ;    ;        -r -"-    ;   Dated 18th April, 1S74.   ���������   .,     -;        ; -0"  By command.'' ���������'���������"  ;������������������/.���������������������������   jouN.Asn.  : my 30 .     . Pr<?v incial Secrot^try.  ���������ya  AtJ-poiiitments.  w"  *���������.  " Provincial Secretary's OiSce!   ��������� ��������� -  4th April, 1874.    ' ;  His Excellency the Lientenant-Governptf   ;  in; Council��������� has beeh pteased. to a,ppoint��������� tile ;.  foilowing^entlemeiv to. be Trustees "jot Uie  Cache Creek 'BoardingSchool .:;������������������ 'i f;  X. '���������-- The Hon. C.. F. C'ouswaix. . - A0-    ;:  ...; Jamks CAkriiBLT*', Esq. .-; ������  C. A. Skmun, l^q;, M:P.P.   >��������� ,A  Ar'A  Puilu' Pakek,'Bb-q.-.-'.  ���������'-.'.!Provincial SecretaryVOfficej  A; ;. .���������". '2.1st April, 1874.  ;.. His Exc.eUency-'the Lieutenant-Governor'  fc ;been: pi eased:to;- appoint vJ6fls.,.jB^ncocSit X'  Lp v Ki.ii. l^'3 q.. to be Co ro her for th at' p 0 r t i 0 a  of the Cassiar Country adjacent to the Stickeea  'River. .- ;.''.'-"X'^x. ��������� ���������������������������...-^. x.: ' '  . Pr0Vin eiaf Secretary's 081 ce,  :     '    2d Aprilr1874:     ������������������;���������  The Lien lenan t -Go vern ol*; in -Council feas   ,  been pleased:fco appoint the Eon. Provincial  Secretary to.be Minister'of Mines, agreeably  to tbe provisions of tha: ''iiiaUtsrof. Miu^  ���������  ��������� :si*  ��������� ^ m
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next^ fcm th^f construetionofa Wagcm Road
fronif Woodward's housei; tq^okjs mny)
Section'No. 1 extends from-AV^odward's hpu?e
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..\J��?* -%l iattd, tv^o ;other responsible,, residents of the
��*te?��d��FAM.'   ^Province in apenal sum amounting to afcleast
Ibne^thirdvtbe contract pric# for the faithful
rodmpletiop^f the worfc xA0
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���'" Ian�� and Specifications an be.seen.'and
Bl.'jnk'Forms of,!Bond^obtaihedVat'.the.cfesi'
���dence;ofv^rnA.,Rpbfa,^.NjeplaTalley; atthe
Office oiihe Government Agents at Katnloops
and'Lytfon/and^at the office of the Lands
and'Works Department, Victoria.    X      ~  ,
.^Eacfe^fn^Mpsfe', be ;aceompau^d^|jy^il
vBb'tiiS^^l^miipy; the'' contractor- hintsqlf,
7anJd^S|d^liCT^espdnsitile r ndenEs of-.tljc^,
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least m & ihiv& pb iti contract price/for the
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ISfOIDIGE.
iMl^MrSllEREBY ;GIVEN to nil Aliens
^? ,'.-resident within -the ���Provirice of British
CoHiitbia^hb may be desirous/bf becoming
;nktiral1zed British Subjects, tliat, up to the
1st day'bf-July. 1874, the law of British Go
lumbia, as Ho Naturalization, will remain' in
force; byiwliicb law, only one gear's residence
within "tho Province is required toV^nablei an
#Iieh to obtain the righlsof a Brittsh Subject,
^;'Onand^fteM^
inwof Ganadaj respecting Aliens, will come
into; operationJn^this Province^ by which law
a resyence pf three years in the Ppmin]on of
Cahaij#is required before an Alien : can be
;naturalize4v.^:>-
ST PAR*ii& PRESENTE. donne aux
- etrangerai habitant la Province'1 de;la
Colonibie V^jtaniiiciue^ ���!d��l^'x:4?e]tTO;.im|te-)
ralise comme Sujets Britan niques :��� -V;
Que jusqu^au ler du niois de Jiiillet, 1874,
la 3lpi|de la: Coipiiie de laiColombie Britan^
n iq^^jiicernanI; 1 a; iiatn ralisation' des etrab-
gerS^tera enl6^llnj^neAie^ex\geA^UB resi-
den|M|eulement dlunel^aapee (1) dans lopays.
po'uJ^Wrer ft nnVetraoger- les droits d'un
S0jjaj!S@iannique.:.'
I ^^^Jqu'aprei' le leiidu1 mbis'deQuillet.
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BRITISH
tthsassigen
e&J^Bfi^>"ayanf qu'un e(r% urer puisse etre
naturalise.
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;fl^lCpiumbia,;woh)i^nde[i1id\^ w
:^lufechen,'������ weldre;'' b ^tl3Blcht}|eM"Engl ische
Burger zn werden. Pass das; jatzige Geselz
^wOIches einen Anfenthalt von Emem Jahre in
Ber v Prp&inz veiflan jrv.. u m dns R^ehfc zu be:
kdramen, cnglisohefw(larger zu wer<Sfc-nur
bislzum ersten Jul! IfJ^in'Kraffc blefbt.
" Yon dem ersten Tajv%"ab, des monats Juli.
1874,'Tritt das?Canadi^he <^S#;: fa ffraft,
welches einen AufentUltvori-Drei Jahren in
Canada yerlangtj.um u^Reeht zu bekommen
englischerBurgerzu#erd.en.   ' my.9
X .The lowest 6rjany fender notJnecessarily
accepted;: - ;"..; A/70 vi,,  7 " ��� --1X7   *,-; ;
'"';��� ,.   ���''''"   '/^;ROBERT:BEAVPN,:-;
:   Chief Commissipner of Laads.andj Works.
JtoFKATI(iN^fiEGl3TRmON?
I     iff V9TERS_ACT, 1874.
pThe attention of all Electors in the Pro-
I'ince, whose names now appear op more than
piSe Register, is called to the following Sec-
Iions#f the, above A^ct, viz;, 17 and 18, which
take away: from f such Electors the right of
vo ting, an d pro v i d e % p en al ty oil those who
vote if their names appear on more than one'
Register.. .. '. .,    A , ���       ���"-     '   ���'      . 5
-By command.; '.     ';
JOHN ASH.-
Provincial Secretary's Office*+'        j x     .
"'.-.      April 17,ISTik.    '   -:\ : ' '
Lan da and Work 8 Department.
Victoria^ 30tb Aprils 1874. A
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BARKERVJLLE,   ��� ^C:��:R(fe^;i
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$ao6ess -to l^iff v^s^^ei^
AJ&W TO THE   - v.   ���? "'"
; AT  LjkST C5HANCE,
Where a?  j ual almost- everything can be' bought at
x:\ *rx ,'";"-:     "moderate prices.   '
A. iSiAIlilH^lsSif^:;-Brass.^ork dono as usual.
: my3 ; - ���: -." .*X . .THOS. FLETCHER.
A SUPPLY OF TH^ -
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i|rocerJu^^ a^d
ra.
; "Any person whose"ntime is^n thefR^gis
u ter of Voters of two or mbre|El#toral Dts-
" tricts; who," three months'afte?;4]ife/ passing
/lipf=Uiis Act, shall permit his nora^ to remain
\"Ahn more.than one..Register, shaft: have no
'i! righVto vb't^at su-tf"election of a'^iemberto
"serve in -^e Legislative Assembly ; and if
** such 1 irsonj aftet 'be expiration of such
" =tbret'-kou0A0iixote while hif;name.re-
k m mi/��ii ' < x ^ ot more than one
" ^lectc/Mii^isfrfdl^jie shall be'jltablecto a
Apen^0^^^j^^Stio^eTeco^ere(i in a
���' aumn^^^^,b]bfqre any. Justice 'of .the
" Peace, and' in'defa\ilt.of payment,thereof,
���Vah'all be imprispiied; for any term,not ex
���' ceedingone-month.- ���      .:: ��� - :
' iA")l8'i 1^;. person ���whose name is' on the
'*��� Register pf^'Yotprs for an Electoral District
11 shall send in 1 his; clairn to vote i 11 any other
** El ectprabpistrict, -tin ti\ he sha 11 ha ve ^ca u sed
"his n ame i to; be removed from su c h' Regi a ���
*{ ter; and if any person shall act contrary to
** the provisions of this section, he shall for-
" feitf,and pay a sum of money not exceeding
'���.fifty dollars, to be recovered before any
? Justice .of: the Peace, or in default of pay-
* ment thereof shall be imprisoned for. auy
11 term not exceeding one month."
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AlVWAVgON^^AN��.
|> ARTIES y MTENDIN(?;b:f6\./!$:\^ilj
*��� ; ^ibcmselves of > thej.;>ifii^: Mining
*:h��se their groand, -cap':?ii^M^^^y^yi6^.f^'%^l
aaU Slaps jnade by addressing     "      '-'i A>
_Cl    ������ CAPT. O^ 'j.*v.T&AT&g��ft0��0
IRPASTER^JW^ ^T THE STORE.
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subject .# i^g^1^10^^!^^^^^^^^!^ ��.
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HuSPcS:Uc^J^r
^tWiialartrado-cir^tm
SpaS^tkrwtse,forW
oi-Bwluttls any v.xcHmiveor peculiar ^ ^orj.riv-,
iS whatever, or fiir^tfOlngy*ny ��� ma^'f nthhig
���Hko SaS^Ta& fornp^
S ��hfl ft^tilication, to b0;pubUsUe,4 as follpV^vJ?..- y
aua^^e ^wBpaperwpubltsbcd.tu^^Wct an
S!n^uewsphpcrtAA��
a ��� Dcrliidof at lsasfsix w.M'kff. dprtng tlie interval of:
Smc SotSecn the clcsc of tbo liwcrpr^diug Session
and tho coaslder.aioa ot the pelitlfm.- -��� -. .,>. .   ,
n a PrfS    BmW tbO crectioii of arTult. Bridge .j,
SSe>Sa to theHousortlVop?rsoivor persons intend.
Uceii&cribGd in the preceding Rule, also atthe j��amo
SRMiiciiatbnd to aak^tbe extent P  ttm prMta
&��lilorm, nrE^ > tbe interval;��� b*twcpn t m
SuSS or ptew for the passage brj^^whj
Vh meuSnlngW w.i.'Ui?r they Intend^ to crct a
Uralvb^or^unUW?^
S^trak-froiii Rules relative t^Priyate Bills.
��� C'       ' Clerk of the Legislative, Assembly.
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���4:�� IT   IS  DESIRABLE. ;f|feWpP
A- framing a^EcUemo'nir';Assisted.-:;^pUgm��>M
M Provlncaof Briiish ^ulumblrt. '^WBi
m^tBUQ^be posset
to base calculations as lo thonumber fmSSS^
inff tbemselvesnin the tliiteregt of .frlenO.sf^lfeff,'--
��tt, ofany.aJriugomdnli that ^y^i^Sffltiag^'
by Ibo-'Govcrnmciit of the Prpvluec iu tliffiMffim
pvrstins settleil in' tUe; province �� Uo  m��JSiS^��p^
bring o#rfelativ:es;or trier '     -   -    ^4rfi�� -  - ���
:may:wish;.tb:,bringffflLitsla*
qncstcil to semi tho fuUcs
"^S��SwSiusofbrlnBfnR out M?n<\*pW^S
tostatenumbIB, og<audserof.��Usriblohf^��
aud.thoamqu'nt tWt they arc prvp:��reii to||��n^
toward i thy dobired obj--ct. ,,.> 1 " , r ;��v ffi?* ^
;With reghrtl^! Owsodeslnms^f brjogiu^^^;
era or servant*. a guarimteo ���woubl bo ^��Hor.
of tho sums ^tyaaced ^r pas3u^nUd^Mg|uU3
must stnie Uuif.tl.ey are\prepared to give.����
.fcwlll'bo 'fully understood H,!jV,Wvhth0-'4^
noticeVtbe government do not bltft th^��M^.
carry out-any dividual npplicatwii or any f^j
"       itmigratiun
lireltminary iiit.onuati'*n.   ;    _.- .
Mjmmaud.���-,-.-.       . J'      AX A I r
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A:.:      ' ������:, '���: rX Pn)Viiicaal'^)3r^tafy*:
plan of Aasistwtx
to .66 Lulu roqu'i'sft
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In'-tha'Supreme Court rof
British OoliimlDia;" :'
GENERAL ORDER.
,:\rOTICE is hereby given, that the fnp'v:^-. ����**
li will sit jin Bane, tor the hc��ring of all:--.-tfft^*}W
argn rn en ts: a ppcals^rtrtd: oiher ma tiers "tomi 1 ng; ��� ��� ei * > rn
tho Court in Banc, tfti'tho Supremo Court -Ro6io$u^ii.*
City or Victoria j tor the lt>llo wing terms,; On iba-.'Uys
hereinalter mentioned, namelyr .   ������:.    ������
Fpr Hibiry Term froiii lilieV i Stlivto 25tlv Februu^V;.;^ ;/���
For'Bastor term from tho 15th to 25th Aprii;        ^
For MlcbaolinaiTermllrom-tlioisth; tt>^25 tli N^vc^itr
There will bo no sitting In Banc in.Trinity;.T��i#n.J..���:������;
:  In caso any of' ttio days of the dates namdfi;foiy i;ho
beginning or eiuting; of ttio Tefms should falt; ;wii-tt
Sunday or Public Holiday^ then tbo Term wlllb^m
orend on tbo next following day.
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1 HE<RY PU'EIaL-EWCRBASB;
{J: HAMILTON; PRAY�� J,   ^
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:>"tti I .Victoria,     ' Jon.unry 24 tli. 187
&r fresh ^upiily; b,f^whfch;^has just, been re-
Ax v-     -   ; : * ceived;    .^ ���<���   ,.       .;
MEW WAY-SIDEI HOUSE
NEAR FORT ALEXANDRIA.   *
THE   UNDERSIGNED   WILL   OFEfr  A
A   Way side iBEous'e, n ear Fort Alr.*x��ri d t r, at   thu
tSIji/��A�� f��>vivv<ni.Itr Irrmtu... ��o TJ ift'iint f r*'o 'r-i��' �����������"���*   v f,r.�����- i. :._
J/l��.��rfO i^IcJ>v*I^r   K.iU.Tii .US * UijllOwtU Cj Uli  iO��/ A>OVc||lUvr
next, .       ;���'. - ���    ������' . i
X&OpU   STABLI|SIG?
Hay and Qata, aiid s^oos-hmodaUon for Tra vellcra;
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NOTICE.
SPRING CIRCUIT. V  ;
* COURT OF GENERAL ASSI2E;.i3ff^
ii. Gaol llolivery, and'of Nisi Pri us, will.be hold at
oneh of thc uu< 1 ermehtii>ncd placos as follow'S, and..��ll
witiiesses are lierchy/hotiflod lo attend thermit..    .;
Nana!ino, Thursday, 3Qtb April.
New Wustmiuster, Thursday, Mayl4(-
YaJc, Tuesday, May.19;
lAytton, Friday. May>^24
KamloopH, Thursday, May 28.
Clinton, Tuesday, June 2.
QtjosiK'lnioiith, Saturday, Juue 6\
Klchilold, Wednesday, Juno 17�� k
The Fall Assizes, and any other Assizesim occasion
muy rorpiiru, will Uereai'lcr bo Uxod,
Dated 10th day of April, 1874.
By comnwudi
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