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 J WW*  ntftoll;    :  *:YaielDy  Hrtrlct,  )j������trict  ^.Biairici-  Etouet Dij!  wt Diilrici  HeaajDji,  'Secretary,  1b om:  ior itustwu  fllilciQffii ,,'  cotnrai ^  ���������wy ounu  'Act, 181 ji  DISTRICT-  NASH,  1 Sirurt-taiy,  s Office,  ?rJl, 1873.  or/hi* V i  riiiU'tiuiits:  ..imlcr-.iii'j  tlCltiOQu'jj  >li<TKlCT-.  J ASH.  titer jlaiy.  Ollic",  ril, 1873.  r.r. .r Ii   t:  ihj   l.t.-;-  hi 51 ir.k tn..  luT i������ r U������  iSH,  j> civi irv.  ������eir; 51 illy,  ITNINtf  llirjr. wil  2R  UOt  *������T  llijg  luivliitt  Wuiny  flip, 1 Ji������*  ' tn prv>  AUCE  AAfytx  iinnM  v vvn������p-  IVr/lH*  nt ilii-y  nvi'r "t  MAM'-  ��������� ijnifu-  d see  , and  . Wor������  asaa  V0pl5.  Barkerville, William Greek, B.a; Saturday; M  .'N& 5  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  .-.'.    Published every Saturday by  .  -ROBERT     HOLL OlAY,  ;   Subscription;  X -,. 60.Cents per Week.  --���������  RATES OF ADVERTISING.  For one square (oao'lnch), first Insertion,  1*771 < ^0.077 Ai.  ���������:,��������������� jpnesD6nth>  -  For two squares, ilrs [Insertion, ������������������ -   .  .  ���������>   *  j-.-.;. :,'.'*   ..one mouth, . -  .   .  .,  $3  0  i 6  ' -8  Agents for the---* * Cariboo 'Sentinel,"  . Van Winkle, -   ; -   . >   . -.    -      A D. Mclnnes.  Qucsaelmouth, -'"..:. > '.-.'��������� . '" i Barnard's Express  Socla Creek, ��������� ��������� - ��������� Barnard's Express  Clinton, - ���������-. -.'���������-'- ���������-.-. - /Barnard's Express  Yale,       ���������    ...-'-.,-���������    -  .   - do     -      do  Now Westminster,      ������������������������/��������� -     ��������� -���������', John Murray  Vi etorift, - - -    - - ��������� .��������� ������������������'. ������������������'    . ���������' - -'.-': X ���������';.:. -Mr Webster.'  I.. P. Fisbor,   "'���������   -.-.���������'     - ������������������' -      San Francisco  Bean & Co., ' ���������     ....; :  -      -     . 3nn Fr-mclsco'  G.Street,      ��������� ���������������������������'���������"-��������� .-   -    , 30 Cbrrihili; London,'E.C.  THE OARIBOO SENTINEL  a  Cards, Circulars; Posters and Programmes for  . Balls and Theatrical Entertainments    ?'  j^*Executed with neatnessand dispatch..i^  Terms.moderate.  -.       . -.  CLINTON.  'Clinton*   May  wi th. Air..(Xrow, Mr  l^i.sVirelUer^as  oooii.: '. PeuraonV  express  nfter. with  no passengers.1: Both stages left  ifor up:coui.tfy at ;O0p.m. I Bjirnardfs down  "ftape arrived at 3.30. The stages"dfd riot connect with the San'Francisco steamer.of 20th';'  :���������   VICTORIA.   ���������  Victoria, May *26^The Queen's birthday'  was very,generally observed by-> the people  of Victoria arid towns on'the Island as a hoii-  <l;vy. At this place business houses and the  public offices were closed, Roya.t salutes Gred,  and in the afternoon the attraction of the,day,  ihe regatta, came off, was witnessed by thousands, and proved-a pqrfect success. The  gunboat Boxer left here at 5-tbis morning for  New Westminster, at which place three or  four* thousand Indians from all parts of British  -Columbia are. assembled. Dr. Powell, Superintendent of Indian Affairs, will meet them  *o-morrow;, and listen and reply to any grievances they may have to tell.  Three Indians were arrested here last Friday oa suspicion of having murdered Mr and  Mrs Dw'yer on San Juan- Island about ten  ���������days ago. They were committed to jail to  -await a requisition from the Governor of  Washington Territory. 0 , ^ .  The steamer Prince Alfred, arrived this  morning, having, experienced, .very  rough  weather. :',    -       , '... >.-'-������������������'_ - ���������  The following is a special to the Standard,  ���������dated Ottawa,- 24th -.-Yesterday the Parlia-  ment of the Dominion adjourned till 13th of  August. The Governor-General assented to  the'bilte which had been passed. The prorogation will not take place till August, when  a quorum will meet to receive the report of  the Committee which ia investigating the Huntingdon charges against Sir Hugh Allan and  the Government. The prevailing opinion is  that Sir Hugh Allan got money from Chicago,  but it is uncertain whether any members of  the Government can be connected with taking  money for election purposes. There is a  strong feeling here against Sir Hugh Allan.  The Government is taking means to thoroughly investigate the charges. A change of  Administration is predicted if the evidence  before the Committee implicates the Government. The Prince Edward Island terms are  passed, and the Dominion Government is  -waiting for the action of the Island Legislature. Nearly all the members of the House  have gone home to their provinces.  Tictoria, May 27���������The Prince-Alfred, which  arrived on Sunday night from San Francisco,  ttronght 250 pasaengers and 240 tons freight.  Ono hundred of her passengers are destined  Fagot  A gentleman arrived yesterday to take  charge of a branch at Cariboo for the Bank  of Britlsb North America, which will, shortly  be opened at Barkerville. ' , . .:;  The bark Charlotte Clark, of Sproat"& Co.'s  line, sailed from London for Victoria on1 the  18th April.   .:: .;';;'/  The steamer; Prince Alfred will sail at six  o'clock this evening for San Francisco.    "   ���������  The Sheriff of Thurston County. Washington  Territory, armed with a requisition for the  suspected murderers of Mr and Mrs Dvvyer,  came over .yesterday, but lieA will have to  await the result of the inquiry into the.affair  which comes off next Friday. ,    /'   ���������  :x//y ��������� ���������'������������������:;;.1EUROPE......      0/  Versailles, May 25���������Evenihg.-^The Assembly resumed its session.at'S o'clock. Dufonre;  announced that, the Ministry had tendered;  their resignation to Thiersiwho had accepted  them. Dufore then banded to Buffet,' President of���������! ibe Assembly, a message from Thiers  arioouncing.tbat ,he deJivered^ back to the Assembly tbe high, functions;.which had been  conferred on him.; The reading, of the message, prod need, a pro found.sensation.I:  General Changarniere moved- that the-! As-;  serhbly immediately accept- Thiers/ resignation, which caused immense excitement -and  uproar- . \:.[ ,.0 A ir .  .���������:..���������-'/������������������ i;;;'- '.���������:'���������;���������  0x7  Tlie: Left moved that������������������������ tbe: resignation; of  Thiers; be not accepted;   Mo tion rejected.     .���������  l*he resigaatiou of Thiers was then formally  accepted;;.   Ay-.-ix: '-���������������������������-,���������������������������:������������������������������������ .;������������������;-': :.  ���������;��������� ���������  Buffet attempted: to rule put Thiers. .:��������� The  members of the Left endeavored to; secure an;  adjournment of tbe; election. ��������� The-Rightin-;  sisted upon a change of .President; ��������� A vote  was then taken- which resulted in the election  of Marshall McMabon, who received :369  votes.   The Left abstained, from voting/ A  ���������p'ted the;Presideocy of tbe &pu bI  Paris, May 25���������The change inthe,Presidency has been "accomplished'.-'without -tlie  slightest disturbance: Perfect order prevails  throughout France. The troops have been  confined to barracks 'since yesterday morning,  but all is quiet fn Paris, and there are no  signs.of .disorder in the; Departments.. The  Radical journals to������day are calm in tone,; recommend wisdom on the part, of represent-  ativesvand urge peace and a strict adherence  tbthe laws.' Gambetta has issued a manifesto  calling on representatives to respect the law.  \   THE MODOC WAR.  ; Yreka. Cal., May 23-From J. S. McCoy,  who has just come in from Fairchild's in eight  hours, we learn that the Hat Creek band were  brought in by Mr Fairchild's party and surrendered to Gen. Davis unconditionally, as  they gave up their arms and were put under  guard.. The band numbered 55 men, women  and children; including 50 warriors, among  the number Bogus Charley. Shag,-Nasty Jim,  Curly-hair Doc, Frnnks, and others of the best  fighting men. Capt. Jack and Boston Charley  are believed to be killed, and Hookey Jim is  hunting hira. It is supposed there are 20  warriors with Capt, Jack, whose whereabouts  is unknown, but thought to ..be in the Pit-river  mountains. General GUlem has been superseded by Gen. Wheaton. General Davis was  very bluff with the Indians, and gave them to  understand if they attempted treachery they  would be shot dead by the guard.  Washington, Iowa, May 23���������A terrible tornado, accompanied with hail, passed over tbe  country b'ix miles north of here yesterday  afternoon. The tornado extended half a mile  in width/tearing ia fragments everything that  came in its course���������bouses, barns, fences,  trees, cattle, and people were caught up and  whirled through tbe air like sticks and dashed  to the ground with such violence as to produce instant death. The fields are strewn  with large timber buried into the ground at  an angle of 90 degrees, and cattle were dashed  bead foremost into the ground. One can  hardly imagine the extent of the devastation  and violence of the tornado. A schoolhouae  was destroyed and a girl 14 years of age carried a quarter of a mile from theschoolhouse,  dashed to the ground and crushed to jelly.  Miss Smith, the teacher, and 6 or 8 children  were badiy hurt. Many others were lulled  in other parts of the country. The tornado  was balloon shaped, with the small end to the  "round, and moving at the rate of 20 miles  1      hour     It commenced its course near  HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, &c.  rewery-  MISCELLANEOUS,  DEALER IN-if  Vaillanconi^^a^ry & <M  '-" *      *   : V . * ' _     .    '* .  ' '    .' t -       ' -. ''*'���������-...'  Ia  [SUCCESSORS'TO'I^ CUNIQi]  Beg to Inform tbeir friends and tbe;piib lie that; tba  have-taHsii ibe -.wc-il known premises .In Barkerville  so long"favorably patronised while in the occupation  of Mr Nv Cuiilo. ;    '���������-'������������������' '���������' X A 07'.: - ���������< i' ^ Ay. Ax ���������:���������  ^Tlie; <^l^rated  XXX  M  vf\\\ ho manuractttredian.dJsoldjbyJWhbiesale.^ R*  tail-inita purity, and :; v- >"���������'���������. 0 Xxx \   y  constantly kept on hand*'.* : -';������������������' '��������� -.'AA 77'  The Lpd^iiig Ifepaitoeiit  r \:X' 7lX: '-. Ar[::A': -; ���������'' 'Ai0Al'A ���������'''''--: ��������� : '���������;���������  wH 1 bo al way's' carefully attended to, and the best  Beds and accommodation /provided for their :cu3'  .tomcrsi'.���������.":'���������'.���������:.;' x-'i������������������������������������������'.���������'..��������� :'..������������������ A'Ar- yi-AX dC16...;.  VSiiy0u0x^-  >.'��������� {>'������������������  X.XxA'-//A077- r/7 t-X0f0Xi :JA:   ���������   ���������'���������  ROUTED DAILY AT.THE STOEB.  [,::y[y lyi>:E:������ip���������'t";';;;?,Q;R,::iv/.^/:'-:;---'  PIONEER MILL- S EXTRA FLOUR  ^.LILLOOET  on hand.AA'-xrx*iA���������:  ONIONS ianid-vBEANS  000C7iAxyyinG2S7'::  AXxr .���������: .';; -';,-���������/-'-. \si0 ,A0 A''���������X00710' 0A:  LIGHTNING    CREEK  <.���������������������������.'. Xi-.-'*-' x'-::0x"! '-.*-.. ''Ah-.:���������':*:a.'XX,. i"-'-^xy. :'!������������������'.:.-'  ;r^;;;Has ���������:��������� j ust ||een|r������|  REST^tmAlT^  rtiHIS OLD .AND WELl>KNOWNT 'B������TABLISHME5TT'  1 is always.S.upplied with the. best of everything  that can be.procurecl in Cariboo,  and c binpllte ass oirt  'ibe;;::tmdfe  and offers ^  jr^|iilresi  iV\  m  did 1 selected);j; as s ort-  Board,," - % $12; per Week.  Single Mfeals  I ty Sand;.; price,  for  Sound.  per  Keoka, where it destroyed se?������ral residences.  Jew.  J..G. (500DSON  J. W. LINDHARD.  Van Winkle* June 5,1872.  D EG TO ABSOUNCE THAT THLY HAVE REMOVED  ]J to the spacious promises formerly known as tbe  St. George Snloon, whero they will be at all times  prepared to furnish  BOARD    AND    MEALS  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY;  Tho! BAR    furnished with jtno   finest WINES  UQUOBS and CIGARS.  U13  el7 6m  per  Van Volkenburgii & Co.  BARKERVILLE, RICHFIELD  ���������Ajid���������  A SUPPLY OF THE  B  LWAYS'ONJHAND.  -i     .  ii^ji^i -*^l t'"~ xx^, :X���������  y ��������������������������� j.  .*��������� :x , ....  i:4������ii'.,!%...;.!.  .'���������"''f:yX  :&.tet,M$..i������JA^^i,r' A*.^  '.<*  .-���������"^.wwwtfXMa- ������������������- ��������������������������� ������������������ - ���������  !   .  ;.\,  .  .-���������   :  i  "'. :,.'���������-: ������������������ '��������� 0 ~:>*rrsy.xX:-.' -;v'--  ���������it -.������������������-������'".<'.���������'������.*'���������;'"  .,X0-.���������:, \0i0A:��������� ^^f^^^^^T1^"^^--^"���������' '."'^T^:^r/':'^.','?^^'-^:-v-^^  m  fe&TURDAY. MAY 8\. flBjff7C;;"-  -. TflBtLANEMfc KUlitZ ENTERPRISE.  t'  ; "  \  "  -'������������������;.���������.    ^QUEBN^BIRTHlM..'.-;���������;;; |E  .    ,-���������-.     :���������:'.- >.'.-.;      ..;.-..;,>v;.v.-;- * r:..'   JrV. ������������������;&>:������������������������ "vv'".. ��������� :��������� 'j-^V   .  .*'    "    SaWday.,the 24th of .May,-the ;Mtli:an-  Sniversaryoftbebirthof HerJajes^Qa^en;  V    Victoria; wascelebratedm; Barkerville. by  Ai-  rAtfrti^  ;' -of'the backward state of the .-weather; no>.  .great preparations were;:made .for.; the cele-  Oration, but -the* committee ./mado��������� the. best  ' possible'disposal of the ������me and-^nd Rub  77/'7 iseribea,'aiid the yarlpus sports were entered  latoV with!'jnpf Mj: Jtie^mpetitors, and af.  fdraed'botU^inirth and .excitement to. the  ������������������'��������� *pectatbis;^;R6yaXfal������te;6f .21 guns was  {fired atiioon^bysFerriFs Ibrpedo battery,<  0 ^V^ndthesportsccommenced Immediately after-  '��������� -.   > .twards.   The -first .onrthi list-was; a ;-.>.-,',  ; ^-^:y-;X^ 7 y  X 7:0Xxr7-y0frWm^W^on/l������ ?��������� Favel''2*'  ..;' ������������������"-." 7:ix[/00/^ x'A)  -.,.''.;;; '!:>0 ".: FiTe - entries-J;" Knight,' 1;.. J. Bartl ett, 2.  c    j, -   r    -XWU Willi loo���������" M������������uri   -. j  .-?."-"������ '-,-���������������������������     V  ...   **J      . . ; ���������..'���������:    V    >2d Boys' Race^-Two entries���������Hanley,.i;  ,.���������.** . ! ���������      .TOotripXbantfic^  ,.':' -;.: ' ��������� / >���������   .      -'-��������� . .^...'.wufiiSLBABBo^kace., ,   : \x:  ;00i/:;7y7/7-:777/0 Kv^^  A��������� ]'���������-:.'\ -'-''. :r;" -'v.    . '7,:;..;. _.:.���������.....>������..,>; 0 rXX w\piJ������kip axd- JiriiPAfrvr^���������::-,;'��������� ���������:::  ' NBW ADVERTISEMENTS.  ���������v-^Tork. was rwmed.by. this Company immediately npoh the arrival of. Col. lane, ino  work of. placing the. new>oiler in position  and readjusting the engine and.machinery.is  ������being pmhed forward with the utmost<vigoi\  It is quite refreshing to visit the Company s  extensive1 works a* this ti<ne,.whe:ii all are  employed like so many bn?y bees, and to bear  the roar of'the forge,.sweet;music to the.arti-  zan?seaV;mid'tbe merry ring of the ..machinist's hammer as it displaces the. particles oi  maleable metal and. shapes it at will,   live  central figure of this busy scene is the.Oolonel.  himsilf V asWstahas,before y.ou;en.a;sbabUlo,  with, his brawny arms exposed and. with face  begrimed with "the dust of Ihe forge,, he,is the  very picture of the Vulcan aatiimpersonated  iiVtbe ceiobrated'/char'acter of Joseph Gar-  gory : if he would write ������������������ bout" on the door  of his- forge ' when" about to bo absent, then*  the fac simile would be complete.   In tins  coni2'ect!on;t.we*.are for^ibJy;remmded of: the  truth brtVe bidtriusm," 'fie a longlane that  has novtaralnkV! $W< we(-have seen a Lane,  andnot a short one,; turned, in.;,/m, incredible  short; space^ot am^^from.tbe.gentleman o!  ease:anaVlei���������s"m':.e��������� into n hard:wor|������ng artwan.  In a few,weeks more the,ponderous:engine  and machinery will be in motion, and the  shrill steam whistle will be heard awakening:  the echoes of the;m6nutainfl;.;,The.mil!,; wilh  its great steam"pbweri-giv.ing,slight motiou to  both earth and air, is sitnaUdadj^ent to^an  American Forrist.: Who.can-say that wooden  nutniegs will not be. 1 oose.ned'from Ihe lim bs  :ahdttr'6jp-fr^ and������  obeying.: the laws of grayity,. lull  lo tbe  fgromid^v;^"..:.'; r- X-y XX-.:.;., <r ������������������.; .   '  We are but: giving expression, to.public;  V^vxi:������w:^������krv^ .,������Ai Bov'-inotfthft bricrhte.ftt antici-  ANE OR MORE 'INTERESTS JIN' THE  0    Two 'Sisters  Company, -J^k;������>f <������abs  Creek:      ��������� '    ���������  ��������� :,:  , **1   ".���������   ;:"':       '; '���������'��������� ������������������'���������'''  For narticulni'3, apply, to   ��������� ,0.  1 . w W. PODD. Barkerville ;  MISCELLANEQDS.  Or to  ... : JQH5f riNKERTON,  the Claim.  (Carrying Her Majesty's Mails,)  my24 lm       ^   STthe ESTATE of" the :tate;  James1 Madison  : ��������� ;-MAmaN t. ri.morr:  XX:- ;?AMUtL HAUL BOHANOK.  Quc?nel^, May 9,1873. 0 ������������������ -.m^TU--  NOTICE.  Every  Freight ���������dndPissongers :.c������rriea through at ih9  lovvoRtVossJble rotes.'      '     * ' *.      .   ,  For rales of Freight-nn<l Passage,  npply attho  Pvoro's  Office, Ikrkerville,  und .at J, W. LIND.  li'AR������D%- VAN WllSKU.'   ���������"': '  uaiWm jASt AvJtJEWLAXn. Agent,  ,    ���������;   ;.,       '���������    ;������������������'������������������ ;Barkm*Ule.  TAMES WIGKHAM hoias my Power of  J^At^nr^ nnrUia fullv.-uith^cMj to collect. fgr  mo All thoiknoxvia*? themselros lo bc.ln;my;(lebL  Ut'either Promissory Nolo or-Ar^nt aviIIjileasc  n^c minecliato payment,:and all those havinv  ������s against mo .will .please proscnl them to my  Attorney. 0    ... ' WIIXlAsr rbRRTSt  ' Barlccrville, B.d, May 12,1873.     ....    mylTtm  a tol v.   "Iieiial proceed in*������ \v i 11 bo : ft ken; ������ fia inst nu  narlies n^U'ciin^ to cumplv with inls noiic". . ;.  ....  P Bvord-r.    , \- ..fONA. KUTFi i.ibrannn.   ���������  . B ar,kerv'nie. ,May. 16, ISta.'; .   i. .-���������������.u      ^niVl7  PROM AND AFTER-THIS DATE AND  *JC   unill tnrthcMiotitfel   ,  Treasure ^^fi^^^nt|  Will bo!CHTied between P^rkcrviUe and Victoriiat  ,. Birkervilie, May la, 1S73.' ���������      y ' ��������� ������>'"  .���������NOTICE.  ���������'. ���������.: '���������'���������  ���������    f. .,  'O  ';"      '"       '*.���������-��������� .'-,"-  M*.^heraoTiVJohri'Stevenson,-^.-Edwards; 1^Van  ���������������������������:..���������- ;     Tol^nburgh|John.Glasso  XX. 7XA     0:7x0XX ���������  -^^l>eppar^John^olmere,S:;A;:Ro^r8.:W.  ���������'-..'       \ '���������������������������''W', Honseman, J. Basted o,-J A. Dow,. Jos xS:  ���������      ^      ���������      . * ,."toua&ti J������hn McLean,p,.J!Uls; JobtvMunro..  ' v\V-^.HcC61VRv'Allen^Jas;:Elder,JohnC  -' '   '    '���������   *:      - *������������������ .. -   ��������� ���������       ���������     y. Winning, Frank^erritVJas. Boyce r������ Mw,  '���������--''.������������������       7X.---X.: '���������     .s^B-'H/RimbaU-;.W. Pattullo, l).>McNaught������n.  .':���������..",; ,;. .^Tohn Butts,.James Innes, .���������H/'McDemott,.--  .. ;" ������rJfewion,* McCorniickj ^vM^nden^.M^  ..--.-- latyre,'-Cf������id;TaylorV'J. Devlin, Geo.Murdoch,  R   Gregg, John YDawPon;H.-Morgan;: John  Powell. Johu*.:1tfuir,D. Smith-J. Pomeroy.  ��������� McKenzie. W.'Ilennie. J. Newlandj; A. Mc-  JNanKh'tdn, W,.W. Dodd, W.;B. Steide, Charles  '���������'��������� - '"'"��������� "WjlBoa, I. B..;KasoE. Charles;Yaiilancour;G.  . ,'Byrnes, Malcolm McCiia.ig.  Jos. Denny,. J.  "  Bibby. Wm. Stevenson, A. Fletcher, W ruxx  7. ���������.cockt J. Mason,..W. Trelaise, H. -:*  O J. Lindsay. .       ���������  ' "':;���������       On motion, it was ordered that a meeting  -. "'���������' .of the Committee take place on Tiiesday^eyev  "��������� /^n&Mw?ZyA77\i XA.j-..x    AJ0 v. ��������� "  , ' -.tfjiere. being no further business before the  meeting, a vote of thanks to the-chairman and  secretary was passed, and the meeting sepa-  rattjd   - ....  ,- Tlie committee met on-Tuesday evening.  ���������   when tbo following subcommittees were ap  pointed: -   "_:  Horse-Racing������������������Messrs. Wickham,  Eitch-  rcoek, Ball, Denny. Mo A lister.    . p  "Commute on Sports���������Messrs. M. McUuug,  A. McNaughton," Kason, Bibby,' Rogers,-W.  W. Dodd. . '   ���������'  ������Tho Racing Committee have decided that  the Dominion Cup. a handsome piece of  plate, with $30t> added, should %e run for on  Dominion Day, and the People's Purse of  $250 on the 2d July, entrance money in both  races to.be added to ihe stakes. Full particulars of the sporls and races will appear-in  the next issue of the Sentinel. Sperling  men bring along your fast stock lo contend  tor the blue ribbon of the British Columbia  turf!     07     A- "���������-'��������� '  "    '���������  "Postman's" Lktter.���������Mr Edward Pear-  -eon has telegraphed tohis Barkerville agent  ���������; : -denying ail*connection with the authorship of  ���������"PostomnV7 Standard correspondence. We  may state (hat bis friends in Cariboo will be  glad to-hear of this denial of any connection  sjith disreputable anonymous scribblers.  , ,uJ&eirterpris6liv.,-���������  tlieir success commeiiflurat^  77' MINING lNTELLIGisNCE.  0077 XK;0y>-v."������������������*.'������������������������������������-< r& -A :��������� ��������� ���������;������������������' Ax  ��������� A -���������''... -' .--''.:���������; X���������'��������� ^wn.LiAMS .cheek;  '". The Forest Rose co. washed up 4^ oz.. last  weeSf..tueBallaratcp.;*l-li oz.v.:. .;.. AA07/  I '���������<������������������.'��������� v-n ���������. -A A, ������wn&o\-gutaGii.X. >   ���������<���������.}���������   - -  '��������������������������� McCoraiick & Co: are making over .wages.  "-"���������;, ;';���������;';' ��������� --" ������������������' '���������; -"; |ruitns; crkek." .,' *'.     .  ���������'��������� ..^The report's from this ..creek are. exe el lent  ;Tliere,are.ov^ an.d ,ir.oHl  ���������pf-Hhe vCoin p a nies .are'. taki ng ot.Vp  g'rbiih'd'ofthe Dawson cos. looks well  ground .washed paying 9 o^. to the s.  ���������    ., tA A   -ALIGHTNING CRKKK:  ^^!ie^\pijir.ft'0'/'iBo:' e^ecttpgei/fd work-1 on  Monday. The Point co. washed up 92 oz.; on  Wednesday. The Vancouver co; are pumping .Vulcan-co. have ordered a steams'-*ri-  gine-aBd^uimp from: Victoria," ��������� The Costelto  co have started work on their tail-race.   The  A COURT OF' GSKERALi&SSVZE'AND  A Gad Delivery, :unl nf NiH I'rms, will be lieM nt  euchof the uiuiermmui^neil plicos a������ lollows, except  the same be heroufter chuageU hy pr*icr in Couucil :-  y00> SPRJNG-CntCDIT. /���������  .: Novr Wcstmibster, Wednesday, May 14.'''   ' ,.  .     Y-v!e, Monday,-Mir/IB. -.   .,;..  ...   Lyiu'm,. Thurs.luy. May *>2, ������������������. -... ;-..:.-...... :   :.  '. Kamloop-', Wcfini/S'lay, Muy;.28.:.;  ��������� Glintuu, Mom lii y, June's..      * :'.   .   :  ���������  Q'ue?ne!iu(y.Uh,-Kri������l������y��������� ������'Juti������ 6.' ������������������      . :  ! KicWluUl, TtHsilay, Jirne 17.       ��������� xy  ':��������� y y,   : ..*��������� 'FALL-GIROUIT.;       V  : ��������� Ki ch fielrtl Tnes'lii y." Se j j le m h e r 1C.  ���������. _:.���������.QiJ.������buelinoulh. to lie'.Jlxoil'herealter. If anybusi-.  AW1ER  . UlTEll. FaA������biK: UIVBR;..  ncss.  *������������������-. vaie, rowrs'uiv,-'^miuit.-io.*      -   -. .     ���������.  7' Saw Westmiusior, Tuisilay, ,0ctoher 21.   ;.;���������  I. ; Assizes at-Kfiinii 1 mo ani .el.-sew.hervVVY.ill, when n  sary, bohereafur nxe������:... ���������   ..���������-,;.  ,. '  Bated 17tU doy of Ap Pel., .1873. .       .-   ;,.  By coinmam!.-, ,      '  . '        JOHNiVSn,  1 ��������� pmrinci'tl SerKtnry.  Gladstone co. are running across the channel,  but are not on -the bottom.   The Eleven of  England-co. are running a drain;:'  ��������� THE" Band OP "'How,LE.l^s.,,���������This organization has lately received an' addition to it?  strength in.the shapeof an intelligent SiwasH.  whW^uis waited npori. tlie proprietor' of iho  Colonist newspaper." and after having been  interviewed by that gentleman in.his capacity  of Ohief Organizer., was ad miKod^atV n. rn ember of the bund. ' We have no doubt this la-t  addition produced-sati?f.idory testimonials  as to -character and ability.&c The Premier  '_-...:X~,ymrriAA oVxAbii fn "ilildxihVipg. ' Ohtv Hi ink  The FriisT Steam Kngine-for LioHT.viNG.~i  The Vulcan Co.. Lightning Greek, has ordered a steam-engine and iron pump trow  Spratt's foundry, Victoria. Tho engine wilt  bo 30-horsfr power, geared to work-two  pumps, and cost S4000 ; rhe .pump 32 inch  single action,.costing $1700. The. estimated  ' cost of the machinery, laid on thfl ground, is  between 310.000 and $12,000. aiid tlie total  cost of opening up the claim about $18,000.  The engine and pump will be ready for delivery in Victoria about 1st August, so that  we -trwy expect to hear the' blowing of the  whistle of tbe Lightning pioneer steam engine  in.a few months hence. ...  y  Mmi  ��������� -:-'''-��������� isSSS^^^fea;  NW" ADVERTISEMENTS.  NOTICE.  Road TaxJEiists, 1873.  ' VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT A  i\ l,hi or all persons within tho RiclifUH, Light*  niug Crwk and Qtiesnylmnuth Polling- Djvip.ions, who  are Wtbte tn pay.-Road Tax ior the year.187a, has been  posted at the following places:;  Court House. Richfield. :'  Post Office-, Van Winkle.        ���������     .  Post Office, Quosnelmoutb;  JAMES LINDSAY,  "  rnvSl Collector uador Road Ordinance.  As soon as possihl.o t������ier tlie arrival of-fiiRNARD  jc Q������>.' s* Stages, ana\ ;  . ''[ ; ���������  XX.������������������.���������/.��������������� .-������������������������..,VvtK i:irX\rHi'f%z'i'x:t*\  hhhirtoX'Xtouileil U>.M������������<^��������� M-l,vlll & Vn$'"  TreiRtit, per ion.' - -v- - S*e  Puisaiiu,   >      -      -      -      -        S*  GRANT   &'AR:snT.  : .So.iaCrook, April 1.1S73. ������"Vl0 6ur  nectB  mjlO  i  .&.  A RE .prepiir!,fl|Tto furnish Lumber nt. tlicirj Mills,  A.   W i I ham Creek,������������r U tl i ver i t u������ unt ������rr.  LUMBER .'DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK.  ' ;".;. xyy//// 7 , .:[ /     t  Having ������ Pla-olag Machine, in operatnih "they, wil  also'furnish   ';'.'.;.''   ;;'  '. DRESSED LUMBER  at satisfactory rates.   ��������� -'    "   "���������" ���������  UJLi  Barkerville & Van Winkle,  OFFER FOR SALE,  I  Tbeir entire and. well-assorted stock of  &c.,';&'cV&C.  >v,  08S? Parties Intending to buy Goods of any  description will find it to their advantage to  gipo ua a call before purchasing elsewhere.  mylT,  .'i  ENGLISH DRUGS!  PATENT MEDICINES,  PROPRIETARY  ARTICLES,  Chevalier's Life for the Hair  V. COUGli.LOZENGES, ke.> &c.'..  \p������* Teetli carefully Extracted, and Filled. ;  ?$$���������* Prescriptions and Family ltecipes accurately prepared. ' .       .-  UnrkerviHe; Nov. 20. 1^72. .    no23_  COMMISSION, STORAGE,  AND  General Agency.  anWIf  JAIVIES   WICKHAM,  Barkerville.  GROUSE     CREEK  Delivered to Miner.! on the following outlying Creeks:  Antler, O unmngham. Stovens, Beggs Gulch.  tKS-Tlie Goodft gold at this Store will, as ������?������fl!' b'  of ilu- host qu.ilitv und at tho lowest market prw������s.  Grouse Creek, May 10,1878. 'W>*10 u"  Groceries and Proxrisions?  LIGHTNING    CRKEK  Win  ���������K\ D  It  ^K  iRB'  \ in  r,  )Ut  mm  ne- ������>.$., i  my  HI  LS?  SAOTR.pAY, MAY31, 1S7&  ... - x-'r, Ai, .MARRIBa. :'  At North- streei, ��������� Elgin,Scotland, on ihe  J2th March, >1873,: by the ftev. P. J: Macrib,  Ooilegtate Minister of Elgin, Jamks LRsrii  Esq., ol. HoUowwlre/Lancashire, England,  and Cariboo, '���������[��������� British Col u mbi a, to:< A ones,  youngest daughter of the (ate James McBride.  .Esq., Architect, Elgin. \  \ ;.    THE RAILROAD. ���������-"...  : Victoria, 'May 29���������The Standard's Ottawa  special gays Sir Hugh Allan's projected railway loan is a failure.  ;He can- raise a small  'part only.    It is expectedthat theDominion  Government w il I bii 11 rf the rail way.   T h e Al -  Jan- Company will  merely  break ground io  'Briliflh Columbia, tbis year, so ns to keep the  letter of tlie terms of union  unbroken. ; Exhaustive surveys i?i>L be. continued this yelr  in your province.   Huntingdon's committee  , will'^nieet in Montreal;   Hon Mr DeCosmos  leaves to-day for New * York,  but will not  ... leave for Victoris, before 12 days. Mr Nathan  is still here. ���������     ";-       : .'  .,.���������������������������������������������,..;; ;    -./.CANADA..- &. /AyX A.  AX' f)o\. , Coffin, of. Nova Scolia, has accepted  ;1bo'Portfolio in the Dominion Ca*><net vaeuni  yAb'y the a p poi n tmeri t of H on. J 6s. II o we������to tb e  Lieut-Goveriiiirslii.p of Nova Scotia. A  Halifax,  May .27���������The Princ*. Edward isl-  an d Leg is] a tu re yes terd ay u n a n i n i o usl y p asset)  wsoliitionif accepting terms of tor urn. ���������     A:'.  .   7 yr ������������K TORNADO :IN 10WA0  Washington, .towo. May 23���������I<V6m the de-  "f?.cii p ti o n o f;. an - .eye\v i t ri ess; it is..-, a I in ns t a  - miracle that>anyriiing in lis. tpck/efcaped  ��������� 11 ai 1   f el 1   I h ree in cU es  in: <1 i/i rn e t e r.; V .Tl ie  .'voHriin'flr of tlie'tornado cotiId b������* heavd nearly  ten mi 1es o IT.   } I n n y' p e'rso ri S I i v es we re Sn v ed  bv tr<*ttirtjLT  into cellars.     A' telegram   from  70*oka sh ys t h roe pei'sons were. k\ I b*d ������������������;o ne  mile from; tlnit. pUc������'.    It is im possible to give  -i������h:vst;tn:tiH;o!V''in������ amount of. damage^ but  it awiivr/fits t" miltry thousawis of-dollars.���������  Many iiv'.'s not reported probably .lost.- mid  *������iu ���������������������iiiMJt'.e'<���������{<.(������. {** za-uIh of.-llie, slock kilted;  F.hn**il<t;-' M������iy '2^1���������Oonsid^rhbloVxoilerooivi  Mabon will prove ^be'counter^aft of General  Monk, restorer of the Souse of Stuart to the  Englishi throne, ane that:his .election braids  a legitimist restoration in.France.  "Paris, May .26��������� As soon-as the vote was  taken deposing Thiers, (ne representatives of  the different foreign powers immediately telegraphed the news .to tbeir respective Gov-J  ernmeuts.    Thiers eat a close  watcher  of  event*.   lie was constantly rising with Exclamations of *'.TEn bieu, Messieurs j"  He caused  .immense 'excitement when be said,A" They  have spoken of negotiations, when it occurred  to me they only wanted the. seat of Govern*'  ment to be transferred toParis.   But thei  Army would not-enter there.. I have repelled������  them in order to prevent tlie shedding of  streams of blood in their midst.   If there is a.  man wbo counts the cost, of the effusion "of  blood it'is myself.   I have faTsenfor rather I  wish to, say f web ave fallen.   For a long time  I have hoped that this detestable? faction���������yj  The -close of the -sentence was lost in atremendous uproar which had been constantly  increasing, from the beginning of bis speech.  Again did Thiers awaken (he enthusiasm of  his friends when charged wilh being tbe protege of Radicalism.    He retorted that the re 1  was. something eiiU more remarkable than  that in.their -midst:  tbey bad with them the  the uatsfortune tovbeia temporary servant: of  the House, was in tbeir eyes perfectly |itstig-  able when the offeader was a memVir of the  Konse, belonging, moreover,  to Vacic own  party.  However, after a spicy debate, lasting  fixym 4 p^n/tlli^ a.m., tbe motion was carried  by am'njbrUy of 26 in-A House of'158.   Had  there foeea a t������H attendance; tho majority  would have been much larger.   Mr, Ariglm's  course was. sustained By only one member  from bis own province, and none frotti Nova  ScoPfia orBritish Columbia,' '���������''���������'"���������;  ���������I see that the Mainland Gnardlnn finds fault  with the' British. Cotnmbia members for n ot  8peaking1wore:frequently.; Now, if some of  the Ontati6 and; Qiiejiec "members were. to  folio w the ir e x amp I e, Instead of perpetual 1 y  thrustln g themselves for ward to tlie an no y-  ance^of every one, with no othe*r ostensible  r>bj ec t tb an. tn e pi e asn re of he an rig t h em sel ves  ;;;.Te.BBARK^^ !  . ,J������'wssrHR Snrpo������:���������?s/there ^.cfeeiM flr**  tne i&ec wsrid&maQg'tts taStlxg^olesJ task:  ye this, because ^ffte. certaicB circOTtastaco^  th at caiae nijdcr ml ������sn o*j.s������rvati q w, 1 &a*  doytfn; ������s tare the causes, hut rytli&Sly-a oXl  itfeoot it, an ye cao |udfe*e for yersol.  La-3t Ho nday nelch t, &s I was ������&ttog &&&&$  a ^ crack aboot auld times wi ������or ^reenS!  Dickon, the iiair <>7 ������ot beeds wir.s raaido ttt  stawod and oorbluidta rim cmiil fey a ver*  strange and peculiar Wise, tfe at ^oo rid i t j usfe  talkVthe eifect: woii Id be to ma^edally expe- j  lie business.'-'       " '"' :/"  elite publ  T have hitherto referred in connection with  legislation merely to'the proceedings in the  Housebf Commons, and should perhaps apologise to the Senate for omUtihg to take ^notice  of thejdoings of that;yenentbte and facghly re  spectatije body, but really ae a general thing  they���������'pCsaess' very !i.ttie :ptib 1 ic iuterestr as^'is  e r i n ced b y tl 1 e factVth at, w fi i 1 e t ho ga 11 e rics o f j  Duke de Broglio, who was tbe protege of the the Ucmse of, Commons are usually crowded,  Empire. . . those of the'Senate are nearly always almost  Certain resolutions  iMadrid, May: 27���������The Captain-General of  Cuba has been oil! ui ally notified to carry into  effect the order of .March 4tit, directing the  eniancipatkm of .10.060 slures,  ���������, Paris, May :27���������Ex-lVt-sident Thiers took J  his seat in tho Assembly to-day. Prince  Pierre Bonaparte is in.Parts,     v  Berlin. May 27���������Paris correspondence for  the (Jerf*������an  press assert.ih������t lho inovement  for. I ho re m ova I b f Th i ers o riginated in lib ro e  an d. F1 o re rice.; ���������''. -���������-... .;. ..   . ... iy  i Ro me.. M ay;27���������Tl>e Popo i ii a. s noe eb yos-  ' terd ay declared he- had greater, confidence  in F ra n o o. fo r the el ec tion of Ma' s. > * I M cM a ���������  hou to -tho liead of that coun try w<\s 4 a 11a > m-  tee of o rde r ��������� o f j u si ice to ci v i 1 iza ti uin"t w h i e h  was menaced ori allyide*.7  London,   May   28-The . n������nnal   summer:  meeting ut Epsom' commenced to day.   The  g re a r.. e v e nt 6 f ; I h &., ses) so n   w; as  th e' 0 e r h y  stakes, won by Don caster, Ivaiirer second, and'^  ���������Guni?��������� Foiward third. ;  tui;;icvoin'it ������>f;.a sliooting.uffair between Col:  B. U. Johnson; U.������S.; A... coirimander of;Fori  lVrter.i\nd ���������Or^JVH'kins; arising from alleged  .i';il i i n ii'cy'v 1 ������e t tv e e a  11������": fo r ni e r; a n d- tli el a tie r 's  - v/ i f ���������������������������������". ���������; 8 h o < s ' w<������ re t > x<! 1 tan go d. Col." Jo li nso n  ii*nit A irfiYg i; W ��������������� liwTi ��������� w������ iu id *.S^*^ P*1^ a r ^sou ^"  " lu'eut is.against���������Juli'nynii.-.,.  TOaOPB.  Paris. May .26- -Tlj"e Orleans Pr\nces \vere  pieniMit. in ' ihe  Assembly when the qu?siion  .x?,i*. tntata ou accepting President Thiers' re  *;>$������ nation'. a������d yotea in the /affirmative. ��������� Kk  Pro-idont Thiers has informed  the members  of ihe Left Centre that he willresume his seal  in the  Assembly to-morrow.    He will take  his place on their benches accompanied by?  j ate Ministers Duffer and Perrieiv  The whole  Left has decided on  the policy of Constitu-  >. t'.oual opposition to the new Government.  1 St. Tete'rsbueglw May. 25���������It is believed the  Russian Government assents to the proposition to construct a line of railroad to complete railroad communication across Ceiiinil  Asia  from St. iPetersbnrgh, contiecXiog St.  .Veters^u.rgb  wjUi. the ^English railroads iu  India sand Calc'utliC'5'       V"  London. May 26���������The House of Commons  to-night, wbilein Committeo of Supply, took  up the item for the.payment of the Alabama  award.- Mr Beatwick declared  th������ Government  policy on the question wae iwmiliating  mid  degrading-.    Government should  hav^  'broken otf negotiations at a  tima when  no  ���������shame would have been lett to England. This  arbitration was the gieatest proof of immaii  folly, and could not be considered^ othorwise  *than a national degradation.    Sir Stafford  Nortbcote  admitted that dur*mg the negptK  tttion of /tho Treaty he did not minutely examine the consequences to British subjects  i >  The following i������ the text of President Mc-  Mahon's address to the Piefects of Paris : HI  Inive been called through the cpntidence;0!  the Nulional Assembly to the Presidency of  ��������� the Republic.   No imn'iediatecliange will be  made in existing laws, regulations, or institutions.   I rely on material order, and count  'upon your vigilance, your patriotism/* &c������  .London, May 27���������A fire attended witJa loss  of  Hie   occurred this morning in Berkley  -square.   Six persons, unable to escape from  ;: th e b u rn i ng; b i ill din gJnw i she d, and six we re  - i njn red; b y th e"f a 11 ing w Us.:;  A special from Paris says/the new French  ���������Government has resolved to adopt a, free  ;trado pol icy ; and to rediice the^military ex-  7) e n d i tu re.' The sa nie \1i s p atch: s ays.; Th ie rs  "will vesu me h is I i ter a ry lab 0 rs. ;.";.' ,.; . ��������� ��������� ''.  '.-.''ihe Daily News has a dispatch from Berlin  'Which advances the idea that it is the, piieva:  lent oniBAoa in. Germany tliat President Mc-  OTTAWA COURiiSPONMKNTCE. .  ;      '' x /Ottawa. AprH 25.1873;  ]3utv ltttlo, of  any���������,great importance. ha������  t ra ii, s p i red i n Pa r I i a m e n t du r i 1 ig t he p a st fo r t-  liigrir.; The legi.<latio'nof the couniry is h^ing  s 1 ea d i I y/a n d q 1������ietl y proceed e d ' w it If. an d as j  the  tiiiie  approaef.es when the wouk of the  session  niay  vensonably be  expected to be  draw nig  U������ wards a conclusion, tale night Hit-  tin gs a re becoming ciis torn a ry, a n d t he < > rd i n -  ary Saturday holiday is hereafter to  be dispensed Avith.    About  h'alf.nf the  Estimales  have passed   through  Committee, and a few  days more will probably tinish them.   A good  many private bills have finally passed, but no  iitipor'tKiH Government measures  have   yet  been disposed of.    Whether the Election Re-  guhitiori Act and Controverted Elections Act,  which have been introduced by;trie Ministry,  will he pushed, through during the present  session is doubtful, as considerable discussion  is likely to-ensue upon details, and both parties are anxious, if possible, to see Parliament  prorogued by the middle of May.  Notice of motion tor a committee to consider the propriety.ot raising the salaries of  the Lieutenant-Governors and some of the  Judges, -and also "the indemnity to members,  has been giveo by the Premier.   If tbo resolutions are adopted members will receive  SlOflO instead of S1>W, and so far as an increase of salaries. in.BritisiuCobimbia is concerned, that of the Lieutenant-Governor will  he raised from $8,001) to $10,000, a*id that of  tbe junior Puisne Judge from S3200 to $4000  There, have been'several sharp passages of  arms between the leaders of the Government  and1 the Opposition, without, however, any-  serious casualties on either side. ; Last week  there was rather a lively discussion on amotion introduced by one of the Nova Scotia  members.- to  the effect that a certain article  published in the St. John Freeman, under the  head of editorial correspondence, signed T.  W. A^ in. which the .Mmistry and all their  su pp or i,ers were 1 o ad e d w i th t he m ost op pro-  brious epithets, was "a scandalous and ma-  licious''libel7.'   The article in question de:  ri v ed its i mp 0 r tan ce and n 0 to ri e t v from th e  fact that the editor and proprietor of the Freeman is Mr T, Wv Anglm, one pf the members  from New Brunswick. A few days previously,  theodiior of a French paper in Ottawa, who  was employed as an extra translator dunug.  the session, was dismissed because a com--  li mint -was made by *-Mc Oorion that he had;  writteu a defamatory article concerning sopie  of the French Canadian members, but as. soon  as the motwn censuring Mr Anglia was introduced, Mf Dononi(and all the. Opposition  rushed to the rescue.   What was a breach of  i t ho t en t ire1 y ten an tless.  w e re i ti trod w ce d. 1 a st, week by Sen ato r 31 ac  phersoo, fdrmeriy c!iie(.promoter of ;the .pa-i  o'otside the room door.'.: Yeelrenaen.^erwfeca  we used ta lowdge wp ���������Gcaisbio ���������Sci-afeit fa  auld -Reekie, and be. used tae (iome Siame  pretty fur late at oeichtV how he>-d mak bis  J auld wire Tibbie greet sair by .knowking bet*  aboot, and ye rearember hoo her hood socodifc  as it came hum^5 on ta tlie Blair,;'WP siccayr' a  'dull, sodd^i" kimi o? thud. Wee!, tbe noise  Dickon and I heard was j ust like tbat for ������*  the warld j: but as- we feend��������� tu? weel that nae*  body lived wuar the noise cam frae, wo  rushed pot ta see what it was, but deeyU a  t'hljig. couldAyr* Sndv This" occurred several  times?- ah<i after ype. weuVa bed tt came, ac-'  co'iiipamed;Wi?/dcwp'graa&& Hech, tnon, ifc  was awfuM Ye eaii picture us baith tying jql  bed, s wee ting frae every p bet, oor h air ts gaioo.  twa'bunder ta the ���������minute, and-e^pecting'ta,  see a ghdist or bogie, or m ay haps au id Hbr aio  hiSsel.'/Weel, after, a whtle. when 'we had  gotten a little: courage, we, struck a ieicht,got  Up aiVdidofeit aU'over Uie bqose^ inside an<������  c I fi e Rail way Com p a n y co w pe t i ng wi th Si rj oot f ;cl imbi t J adders,. luraed oofc boxes a������4  the Senate during a debate.' Howera\ I found  onl y ab oil i h alf a doxen. spectators^ and' after  a solemn, funereal debate..appropriate to the  dignity .0f ��������� tbe ' august.ia������sembly,;;the motion  Was 'quietly rejected fey an overwhelming  .msijorltyi^ ;', '; '.' '.;'"'/ -���������.;.'��������� '.; 'AA/Ax ��������� '��������� ;-  !%<?������ governor General gaye a grand ball  0 n 10* ib A p n I. Ab on 17 00 po rso ns were p res-  ent. and the whole affair, was a.grand success.  A11 the P������iitisli Cotuinbia; membeis were i 11-  vt t ed. By the w ay, the V ic to rl a Stan d a rd h as,!  t believe, been;inserting some news; that Mr.  DeCosmos was the only gentleman from,British Col urn bi;i honored by an ���������; invitation to  din n er> -at Gov'erti ment Rouse, Howe ver, I  think I am correct j assaying that: all ihe mem-  bot'Scotchtd restore the equaaity otoor oec*.  vriusscestemaudeaabie us1 to tell oor stories*  WeeI, the prospect et a.-;-bottle . of <xlenlivefc !  helped ta-persuad twa of: oiir.; bravest cee&*  xens ta gae back wP usj and as, the: knoweka  and groans came after;: obr teicht was blawm  obt, we sat in the dark foe twa\hbotts^alti&ijg  for it, but itjdidaa come, jHech>!8tT,s, H was  too bad tor.it ta bilk us like tha!t i&lbams w������  were,freichted ooto' our'beds,aadthen: oot  twa citisens-~after; teenishing tbe feetticHr*  .laughed'.at lis, and said',"tbere mnst^bts itaturai  causes for it, and. siach. I Ike. wbea I keu f<tv  weel that some^oneasy -speerit.;is haunting  your town. We didna ken hoo ta gaw, aboo-i  1 ay ing, but woul d it- rio t fee as weeX .fo r i corus  bp'rs Xrom. that Pr o vii^ce iiave been ^similarly; -of pur citizens wba hao^ bad some; experienc-������  l&txjteWy'���������:^]\^TX^!si^^^^y^i^i"$'e^n- more.j in speerits (notforgetting a legal advisec) Co  gai e ly i n the ca p i ta I������������������ *: Seyera I b al J s": and pa r-1 tak. th e m a tter to ha w hd an d t ry, and: in a k th������  ti es 'h a ve b ee n given an dm 6 re are spoken of. j p u i r ghais t ��������� h appy-:;. I. t hoc b t. at; y 111 'tipe that  i The Hon. Joseph Howe, "of; Nova Scotia, j perhaps the deed taller rheicht; wadt;Mn puit  commonly known as:. a- Old J"oe Howe,'^..left I doggie, '��������� and proposed 'tir^Olckoa-^dji^  should;kjil the puppie, but fe.woui.^,la*, fea?  of it,'say ing that tfee seiclit ofljluid "saade hiaa  ncryousy By bawl ding on to each ither and  noo anr tfeen smelling .the' enap ty bottle, we  managed to live till.moruihg* \.;.x:[���������<���������  . Noo. Meester Editur, yeel allow .Abaft th!s  was a verm peciiliat: thing, and X can tell yo  that I am sae-frichtet.when I think 0% that E  dinna think yeel see me back in. your toou  till some of the toousfoSk.tak an aSidavy be*  fore ytn of. your new /. P.'s that evera thiug  is ali^icht.',.''.-.'   ��������� ��������� . .   ;.  ^    Moping,;fer yer ainsakes. that tbe matter  k  here a; few days since, and probably will  never again be seen in the capital   He is tu  be the tie w lAieutenaut-GoverBorof It is ti a live  province,���������a fitting end.for the career; of ai  statesman who has beerh prominent as a politician ; for nearly half a century*   A large]  number of members ot the House of Commons, particularly -those from Nova Scotia,  wont to. see him oiTon the train, and tendered  him a comp 1 i men tary add ress.   Whom to be  .Mr Howe 6 successor in the Ministry is yet  uocertaiu.   II is currently r:im������red that the  not tfoiio has been offered to Mr McDonald of  Pictou. .KS.  . ,-No belter .appointment .could will be weeliuvestigatjjd and the ghaist in*  be. made, hut it is doubtful if Mr McDonald terviewed, and that yeelno forget ta pay tec  would sacrifice his lucrative practice at the  liar for a seat in the Cabinet  The Lieutenant-Governor and the mojorily  of the Manitoba Ministry have been here for  some time conferring with the Government.  IJow .the. province gets on in their absence.I  cYinnot saV. The Speaker of- the Assembly^  >Y,ho got treated ,to a coat of tar.and feathers  iu that-delectable country, is also here. For  the benefit of the Speaker of the.British Columbia Assembly. I may say that though only  belonging to a very small province, he understands how to dress iu proper Speaker's costume.      . - f. -  We have had a great deal of sickness in Ottawa for a month past, and a good many  deaths. Several.members of the House of  Com in o.ns ;h av e ; b ee n 6 r are se r iotts ly ill,  though so far ��������� there have been no fatal resiil ts  among them. Bad ventilation, over-heated  houses, and defective sewerage may be con:  sidered as contributing materially to this, unfortunate state of afiairs.   :". ������T. S. T.   '.  |)iivileso ^a "*** P*rt ������^ m  editor who hzd Yulek  .... It will be seen by t5ie announcement pub?  lished in.another column, that an old an ener-  getic. Caribooite, Mr James Lesh, has; gone  and done the proper thing, by biking unto  bimself a wife from among the fair daughters  of bonnie Scotland.- His friends in Cariboo  will join us in offering our congratulations onl^une,.  this happy .event,;.,,,  B a us Ann's d 0 wn Exp ress 0 f the ��������� 25 tb to ok  away ��������� the f ol lo wi ng p assengers : Rev. Mr  Hall. C- Vailiancour. Hency Brakeman, and  a' Chitiawoman, for Yale; it. J. Skinner, A, 5  Muni^ 'Miss An^ie, and three Chinamen,fer^  Ques n el in on th������':.. 7 / 7':A .������������������ :  - '  . Pkauson's down Express left on tbe 2$&  with one  passengert-Mc ��������� ffui* Galle^lor  the uflidayy,  I remain, yours ia tlie flesh,  *    Saxov McLlvsbt.  PS.���������Dinna forget aboot the wee doggie,  in ca&e iiie speedt is still troubling ye. ���������.  '���������'-.S.'McF,.  Cariboo* May 22.1S73.   ....  New Tiuil.���������A memorial to the Hon. Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works was circulated yesterday and universally signed j praying that he will order-tbe construction of a  pack trail from tbe Mosqiiito wagon, road to  the foot of Nelson Creek, via Jack Of Cluba  Lake, a distance of six miles.   The estimated  cost of ,thie. trail is $400.   The section^pf country thrbugb which the proj^  pass is increasing ,in importances ani ittie in*  te rests of tbe m iiiln g bo ra mUnity) deman d its  immediate construction; : We would surest  tbat instead of wai ting; for tbe siow process  of postai cornmnnication, that.:';the m0vera  in the triatter take: time by the forelock, and  send their niemorial by telegraph to the Hon.  Mr BeaveRj who will doubtless order the immediate cons truotibn 0 f th e trai I       ;  ��������� Register; Yoj^;ToTES.--^We again call  .tfie. attention, of Caribooites to the fact th aft  the time for. making appHcation to be placed  oa the yoters?: List expires *��������� 0u the, 10th  P1SSRNGBR3 booked by (Barnard's down  Express to-morrow:���������Mr and Mrs Davisnn,  and one passenger from Van Winkle ; Mr Williams, wife, and four cbildrenvfrom .Quesnel  ���������all bound.ior Yale, ;',":7r:.::Xx'-:00  --.^ Court- op Assiza.-^-Tfae sitting-of- the Court  of -Assise��������� at Quesnelmouth hasr beep^postponed until June 11th. ; : y    .yxy  i Ba1inakd?s Express arrived ;ai:12^otcloo^  lasruight/-   -���������   - ���������'                '';'/x A"'0'"[ --".-^   ,   s.��������� '' -   r      ~   ���������  CX:X~'IX:.':  /^���������5'  IL.S.]  , , JOSEPH W, TRUTCH.  x/0^^  ���������Ka  U 'X X.'  10  :yy  PROVINCE; Of BRITISH COLUMBIA.  . ~  VICTORIA, b������ tbe Grace of God, of the  r    -       United Kingdom.oi  Great Britain and Ire  '   '     land, QuBBJi^Ds^inMof the Kijih,'&c, &c  ��������� *Fo all to whom tbes$ presents shall come,���������  y  I   <:    Urnmimr    *    i ,      ' !    '  ��������� t   ��������� ,,    f   *    '     >      *   * / .    xr  " A"'y 0^77X^0": ���������  X.   \ ytr-r^T0Y0X^h r'y.  ! A.  TjieiitenantTGovernorihGonncilmayi by Proclamation, create any portion or portions of  r   the Mainland oi 'Bntfsh, Colombia Into aRoad  AX\ District or'districts, with such;boundaries as  ' 7'^: ;^e>hall:thmk ate X, , . ,  ,, ,77 a/ 0. ���������  *':.-' -:���������*'���������.-/." '**,���������'XA. '-������������������+X\ A '.m J3 .! ml% /\������Tn rt n i fit n  Uhi������ Ann i\ I a;1   TAf^nnrr ' ���������Wt.n' 1  w&iM&veym&ed  made Patents and'  hthe? PrOy incO'oitBf itisb  ��������� elhereuatOAalSxedr: Wit-  :the Great Seal of  K#:;:-:4.;;;#^ X7A.Gmmhm:U>^be^,  '��������� r -: 'ness.'the   Honorable - Joseph  William  ���������      Tkutcii, Lieutenant Governor ^f the"said'  ,- -   '   " .''Province of British Columbia; in the City  ,      of Victoria,' in the said Province, this  r .7     Tonrth day of March, in the year of Our.  Lord One' Thousand eight hundred and  ���������*  -       eeve'm rx itee, and in the thirty-sixth year  077700000  y.X\^.&ri  By command^:  ��������� ���������"���������'"''- JOHN, ASH,,  '-,;..,.    Provincial Secretary.  'mr224inv  tmn  yy:  XX-:  h JOSEPH WVTRD7TCH.  :"CANADA;; 00  1 PROVINCE OE:BRITISH COLUMBIA,;  Xrx  AAAAAArA:A7AA0,  ,\;-y<  077x000  ': '.i;"'/  :  A. myr;(- '"-'���������''>���������'(���������   '>":'���������"������������������ ���������������������������-���������-':  X:.\ !r?  1/7S00777AI  i';i.  'i'-'Y.v.'.  ���������;���������-1 :-<--���������. i'---i-.. ���������: :,-. v, .. ���������..-..- ^  !>.-, ';-.���������:������������������--.--���������.;, .'-^ ,���������-*',:   .'. v   ���������   ������������������������������������-.  - , -......  X'7'r." :-,-��������� - *v. v,t'i-".':.":*"-  , ~'A '-Y ".  , .-.'��������� -,',::" ���������-.-. ������������������ ;-r;.-. .."���������::.      ���������-V '������������������ ',    '.--.  ..    V.*1,''.  ,\-    -.:' .:*;>:���������..,;������������������. :���������*..  ,   '���������-;.-���������  .   ".'  ��������� ,  yr. ~*y.>  y/00AixrA:  ;;.'  .;��������� .TIOTORlAvby tbe Grace-of God,,.of the  : ;t; t r Uni ted Ki ngdom of Great Bri tain and Ire-  , ���������. Vlantl, Queen, Defender of the Faith ,&c., &;c,  ��������� J a1o all to whom these presents shall come���������  ;v,,..-������'������ J;; ��������� ��������� ^;" ^'..."Gbbbting. -;  ' ��������� .' ���������*'"'���������  '//y /  ''    A PROCLAMATION. ' w';  :,  .Geo. A; Wai,kem,I WHEREAS H is pro-  , ' Attorney-General* j    vided by Section I of  ���������i.1. y-��������� ���������fsTbe'oOounty Courts Extension Act, 1873,"  Jfethat ;:^The Alining Court constituted under  ��������� 00!' The- Gold Mining Ordinance, 1S67,' shall  ���������. 7 it b ������and .:��������� is. hereby merged in tb e Coun ty  ^.'iyj^^VGotirt-^.i-and every County Court Judge of  ,: ,A*^ British j Columbia ^jh all. have and :berppS'  ������������������/x.>'i- sessed of thei same jurisdiction, powers, and  '.::' !>.M'.^utbontij^il^^.cifle had aiid exercised by  7. ry * \ the Qo\A -Commissioners appointed^ acting,  ', <'? and 'presiding as Judges of the said Mining  ''v'"..Cour't.;.;' ;and  all  proceedings thereunder  ���������^"sliaji be'had and takenin accordance;with  ;'; ii4? the ^provisions of /The Gold Mining Ordin-'  41 ance,4867,7 and /The Gold Mining Amend-  '  '���������"ment-Act, 1872.J ������ '-.' ���������  xx:  And whereas; a ^proviso is inserted that the  ���������AM should on ly h ave full force and effect in  ���������iuch portions of 4he Province as tbe Lieut.-  Governor in Council migliti from time to time,  by Proclamafion order,    _  AndJ whereas it is expedient that: the said  Act sbonld have fu,! 1; force and effect in,.-.the  Electoral District o^ Cariboo, except that por-  Divieioii, and in the Electoral District of  Kootenay.V   7 ���������: -.;'A77���������.'-;���������'--.-'���������  NOW ENOW YE that We do order and  proclaim thai" The County Courts.Extension  Actt 1873," shall; from and/after the date  Provincial SECRETArvT'a Office,  ;;:. 4th:March,.1873.,;;;  His Excellency, ;the Lientenant-Governor  nay. .  .   In- Testimony Wh'ebkop, We 'have caused  these Our Letters to!.be made;Patent,, aud  .   the Great Seal of the Province of. British  ; "Columbia ta be hereunto affixed:   Witness,  the * Honorable  Joseph Willum  . 'TnuTcn,'LieutenantrGovernor of(the said  1 'xx iuce of British Columbia, iii the City  of Victoria,, in  the,said Province, this  ���������Fourth day of, March, in'.tfie year of Our  . (Lord! Onextbousand:;e]ght:, hundred and  eevehty-three/and in the thirty-sixth year  \'\ .oflOurJEeigii. /'���������'x;7/���������   \  By command;     :-a       ;      " ���������.-'  <(   ���������  , >   JOHN ASHt; -  Proyincial, Secretary; r . mr22 4m  ������*m^00&&XS&RSS>y. y  PUBLIC   NOTICE-  ���������'     ������������������"'���������.'���������; ". .:������������������������������������-:'- ":  ...    . i..r ������������������-  ������������������"'���������'.       ... .1...  Extension.  r^EREAS by' a -Pryclamatinr.,/(lated 4th .Marcli,  U    18.73. tho Mainland orBriUsh Ctoliimbia^was.fo'r  ������iyGa-a6c Creek and XJHnton Polling Divisions���������C E.  i^yp^^Mf\.XA-A'-0^"0AxAA0 'X':-'" AAA-: ..'  li|Nicbla iLake Polling. Di vision^-Alexi 'Kobbv:: Esq.;  i^Koct Creek- Polling - Division���������J. iC; Haynes,- Esq....:  ^^mlbbps Polling: DmsionrXvBoyd; Esq.  '���������' Lvttoh 'and' Cache' Creek Polliag* Divisions���������T.'-'K.  Buje'^Esq.:   ,������������������-..;, r,-..-:...-.-'.- ������������������*-:.���������..   ���������.;   -���������       :���������������������������������������������������������������  ^Xaie and Hope Polling Dlvisioas���������W. Evans,; Es%*  (Kootexav District.  ;-f Chililwliack, tangley, New Westminister, Burrard  ���������Inlet, ������ind Nortlv Arm Polling. Divisions���������H. IT. Ed  rnphds, Esq. y...'; -.      ���������      ' -  .'New^^stmixsteb City -Distiuct. : -   ''y:  %Hl^v;!Edinoiids,::EHq. : '.'   '" .'  0X0        X Bycomniand;  AA0AA 0, ���������':���������'       ��������������������������� . joknash; .  '0XX ���������  ���������#��������� ��������� ��������� Provincial Secretary;  ^Victoria, April.4th; 18.73. . . ���������'.. ap28 gm  '--. -���������''���������  Ne^Westminpter.   -  '^George Btrnes, Es<w for Cariboo.  vA$0-i'    By command;     ���������>   '������������������  iiS'---':'-..  ,; -.:"   JOHN ASH:  70(7 '���������- ,;'     Provinci  0/0.    ".:���������   provincial Secretary's Office,  f;^;  :.' 4thMarch,1873..   ���������    "  .'i His Excellency "the Lieutenant Governor  faa'sv been pleased to appoint Hknry-Slye  MisoN, Esq., to bo Deputy Registrar of��������� the  Supreme Court of British Columbia.  ; By command,  .      f.'x    JOHN ASH,   0-x   y_  Provincial Secretary.  Provincial Secbeta.rt?8 Office,  4thMarcli,18t3.,  1 His Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor,  has been pleased to appoint W. C. Berkley-;  Esq., to be Audit Clerk for the Province of  British Columbia.  "-��������� By command.       .'���������'"'  ���������       JOHNASH-,-/  Provincial Secretary.  Pnovix-crAL Skcrktary's Office)  ;;;:/;- ���������    ;4th March, 1873:  His Excellency the Lieuteiiant-Governpr  has been pleased to oppoint the folio wing  Esqinmalt ariu Metchosin .District: i KsqninVa 1 ('  Town District, and' Luke and Saanich Disi  tncls. .:- ���������-, ������������������'  ��������� * 'William Stewart, ; Esq ., for"Nanaimo D is  trict, .. ��������������������������� .,-.,.;.;. Ax  '. John. .Mo u lk y,' Esq., fo r Co wi chan ari d Sal t.  Spring^isl$iid';Dish'icts.v;;;. ��������� ;.;' 7,     %/7AA.  Josbpi i Rodeli.o . Esq., for Com ox Dist riot.  . H kn ry Vy - Edmoxds; -. Esq. ;. for. Ne vv West-  minster District. ������������������-.:.:,-. .-'A-A: ������������������* - -''".-."  .; - II. - A.- Brio tv k irEsfi;-,-.' for Por fc Easing ton.-���������    .'.vBiwJAMiN P-;, GiiTt'Fir, Esq.. for Vale District.'." , ;���������'���������;..-..-;.  ;.Tiios. R. .BuiE, Esq.,.for Lyttoii District. ;> ;.  *;,::. John Bo yd; Esq. , t or Kani loops Dis tr.i c t.  .A rex an de a Robh', : Esq. ,; f o i' Ni c n I a District.  ?.Chakles E^'PopeX Esq^; fo r Li 1 ftfoe't' Dis-..  rtiifli''  ,. ' "...       ...    trict.  .. Ed w.\ro Tyx.on* ',; Esq,,:, f or Li I looet Dtstrict  '  Gm org e B YRX es , Esq ,. f o r Ca r i boo Dis trict  Cornelius Booth, Esq., for ICootenay Diss  trict. .'  lay, J. E. McMillan, and D. Lonevuo, of Victoria.;  Esquires.-   ���������-������������������'.'  . Jeremiah Rogers and Coote M. Chambars, of Bur. -  rard Inlet,'Esquires,    ���������.:;���������.,"    ,'.���������'?; '    .  G. H; Wilson Brown, of Alderloy, Esquire,  -i W.-H; Morrow, Jobu J. Gulbraith, and Jonn Shaw.  of.Kootenay^Esqulrts.,^ ��������� 0-, x y0   ...  James Robb and.G. F. Drabblo, of Comox, Es.  ... -    -.   -.    . , ���������:-.;.  .'���������,.'.      ��������� :.'���������. -   ���������'.������������������ ..-..;.-  quircB.      ;"       -��������� .���������    -       _.    : ���������'.  :  Jafeics Mackfe,-nf Ungley,.Eequiro.   .    ������������������  Charles B: Sword, of Mfttsqul, Esquire.   ;    AX  ';^-Donald McGilvcry and David Miller, of SumasSjEs-  quires. 70 ."';������;.',..-  Thomas Bell, Edward. Pearson, John Chipp, and  Jonathan Nutt, of BarkorriJio, Esquires.-..-.-..;  .Richanl Deightonv.and D. McXaughten, vof .Harvoy  Crock; Esquires ;.. .."    "  Adam Prentis, John Lamoht. Mulr, and Johii,John.  stone Robertson, of Lightning Crock:, Esquires.  Abraham Barlow, of tho Town of Quesnel, Esquire.  Robert Ourulo McMlcking; of Yale, Esquire.'  yJames Cunningham a'nil.-W. Clarkson, of New. West.  minster, Esquires. 7   '' AX"  A A' 7  W.:DPerri6 and H. L. DeBeck^'of North Arm,  Fraser,River, Esquiresx-.-   ���������    -. ... -,: ���������   ���������  . W. H. Ladner, oi^ South Arm, Eraser River, Esq.  ���������       By coiniijand, ...  ' ARTHUR .F. G. PIKDER,  ap26"ra ��������� ' Prlvato Secretary,  '   ; ' Provincial Secretary's Ofllcc,  -. 25th April, 1873..  HiB'Exeellency tlio Lieutenant.Governor has bc'on  pleased to appoint tho following gentlemen to recelvo  Applications for Registration- and. Record, under tho  provisions' of "Tho-Land Registry Act, 1870," and  "The Land Registry Amendinnit.Act, 1873,^ ^and to  and'the "Catile Kromption Act, 1871,'Mn-arid for  the Electoral Districts, or-Polling. Divisions of-Elec-  names;  Omineca.  : *.7.''BowronVE?qi PolYl'ng Divisions of Hichllcld and  'Lightning Creek. '��������� ' '     Ay A''X-A-a~ ������  0. Rare, Esq.vPoJling Divisions of, Keithlcy Creek  and QuesneitnoutU  tho Electoral Districts, or-rolling, ui visions ������  tor.il Districts, set opposite their respective ns  .;   \Y. H. Fitzgerald, Esq.,' Poll in i Division of On  By comman(I..        ���������. JOHN 'ASH,  '     Provincial Secretary.  ti:     Provincial Secretary's Office;  25th: Aprh\: 1873.  lages ������v,.,   Disiriot No,;3���������H. V. Edmonds. Esq.  . ������        *.'   4���������W. Teague, E?q'.  ������������������..���������*���������        ������'   6���������A.W. Sinitij.Esq.  ���������ii";    ������*'7_J, TJowron, Esq. ���������  XXy0'Al   "   9->C.^ootlj,Ecq. ���������'  70-'  -' By command;- -.''������������������.��������� ; JOHN ASH,':5:  ��������� ���������mvi24 -���������     -���������---��������� '������������������.������������������ -.' .ProvinciaJ Secretary. .  ���������  7 $A'.  XaX  'Xyy.".1  ijjiiiw'iA  I  ������  ���������'iv i���������'���������������������������</ '���������  ''.'A'.-aA.  'iXi  :������������������ I  r���������v"' "��������� .  ���������  ������...  70  mr22 3m;  BycomrnHmV  JQUK ASH,  Provincial Secretary.  GENERAL ORDER.  -itrOTICE is hereby given, that the Supreme Court  :;i\:;;;';;;;wiU sit in Banc, for the hearing <>������ all-motions}  arguments, appeals, and other matters coming before  ;the^Go.urt iu Banc, at the Supremo Court Room in the.  City of Victoria, for tho; loilowing terms, on the days  iiereihaiter mentioned, namely:  For Hil ary Term from the 15th to 25 th February;  For;Easter Term from llie 15th tQ:25th April;  For Michaelmas Term from tbe 15th to 25th November.  ���������  .Tlieire will be no sitting in Banc in Trinity Term.  , In case any of the days of the dates named for tho  'beginning?: or en ding;-.of.. the Terms should. fall on a  'Siind ay or. Public -Hoi i day, th en the Term w il 1 begi n  drebdon..tho ne;xt following Way.     .- {'���������  :V i~0'^T i   ���������    ���������   '" (MATT.' T; BEGBIE, C. 3.' :ii:'  '.f X/s'r y   :      .- '-��������� i'HENRYP:PELT.EWCREASEi J:  i ^ ���������iy ty.:,. ���������-;. i( jj. HAMILTON GRAY, J.: ���������': ������������������ . ���������"���������'  ;  Dated Victoiia^, January 24th,' 1873; mr.22 tf  Hon thereof kno wa as the .Qmiri������ea Foiling' j   a:p5 4m  OTICB IS HEREBY GIYBN, THAT BY  ai Proclamation dated tbe Uh Maxoh,  ! 1873, the Road I) 1stricts therein named were  created under the prhvislons of " The Road  EsMmdnlAo^WBJ' ''     '-V ' 0X A  '���������And that by Section 4 of ^ The Land Tax  'Act, 1873," it is provided that the Road Districts established under." The Road Extension  ���������Act, 187,3;" shall be, Land Tax .Districts for  the purposes of the Act;���������< ;.;.:'  : ; The Road Distric ts hi therfo establish ed. on  Vancouver Island are under the same section  made Land Tax Districts for,the purposes of  the Act.' '��������� ':'���������':-���������     '���������-.'���������'  , Dated the 8th day;of'Marcby.167-8.A-:'  /::-'..;:���������. ���������       By Command.     -  JOHN ASH,  Provincial S'ccretarv's OlTlco,  19th iprii;j1873.  HK Excellency the Lientsnant Governor has been  pleased to appoint the lollowir.g gentlemen to  be Keturuing-Oillccrs lor the several Electoral Dis  I rids of tbo PaviVI n cc-, u n'der a n I to'' carry ou 11 ho  provisions of "The Members' Indemnity Act; 1873"  CAR! BOO���������James 'Lindsay. Ksq. ���������" ,'  LILLOOET���������A. W. Smith,-'Esq.     .  KOOTENAY���������Cornelius Booth,-Esq.    .     .  ���������\ALB���������Win. Tcapie. Esq. ' ���������'  NEW WESTMINSTER CITY AND]: DISTRICT-  H. V; Edmonds,'Esq.- ������������������'  By command '  ������������������;    ..JOHN ASH,  niylO ������������������ * Provincial Secretary.  Provincial Se'crotary's Ofllce,.  .    .' xx       19th April, 1873.  IS Excellency trie Lieutenant Governor bis been  pleased to appoint tho following.gentlemen to  be Registrars of certain Electoral Districts, under and  ���������to; carry, out the pro vision s of '.'vThd; Qualification and  Registration; of Voters'Act, 1871.������"_;' -."���������;; A/0' - Xx  ':   CAKIBbd���������Joim,.BQwrou, Eso^::.    ��������� '"'���������"''A     ''��������� A'"'  KOOTENAV^-Cornetius, Booth; Esq ���������-  :  YALE^Wm. Teague,:Esq.   ,.���������������������������'���������  LILLOOJ'T-A. W. Smith, Esq;    :  .;  KEW ;WESTMINSTER CITY  AND   DISTRICTS  'i.-lx. V, Edmonds, Esql -. .".''. : x  By command,  :- ��������� ,;-   A''.     :- '"' '       " JOHN ASH,  my 10 . ���������    Provinciol Secretary.:  THE. ASSESSOR OF WILD LANDS  1 would call the.attention of Land owners in Cariboo District to the 9th Clause of said Aclj viz.: .  9. Every owner of,Land in any District shall, at  some time during the months of March or.April. i������  every year, himself, or by his agent, obtain from a  Post O/lice, till up, sign, and deposit in a Post Office,  prepaid, and addressed to the Assessor of tho Dis*  trict, a Land Tax Assessment paper, containing a de.  scrlptioti of the land owned by bim, his name, in Hill,  his place of residence, the total quantity of his land,  the quantity liable to the payment of Larid Tax, and  the nntnrcof the improvements, the value thereof,  and the value of. the Sand. Such Assessment paper,  shall be. verified by a Declaration, made by the owner  Or his agent.- ' -  G. BYRNES,'���������  ���������        ' Collector and Assessor of Wild Land Tax..  msa&B  .Celebrated  WORGES TERS HIRE    8AUCJ,  '    Declared by Connoisseurs to hb" -'���������;  :[7A.  ;THE ��������� ONLY   0OOB SAUCE.  ���������' ,       Provincial Secretary's Office,::   '  .  lf)th April, 1373.  HIS Excellency the Lieutenant Governor has been  pleased to make the following appointments :-  'Benjamin  Douglas and   Robert  B.   jfcMicking,  Esciuires, of Yale, to be Coroners for the Electorul  District:of Yale.  C- Booth, Esq. ��������� of Kootenay, to be Corohor for tlie  Electoral District of Kootehay.  By command*.  ' :;  ���������; ������������������ 0 JOHNASH,', ;   v.  mylO , j   ..; ��������� Provincial Sc6retary������  ��������� Private' Sexkctary's Office,  4th April, 1873;  IS Excellency the Lieutenant-Governor has been  pleased to place the'following--Gentlemen on thy  Commission of tho.Peace ior the Province of British  Columbia: *. -'���������.   ;..,, ������������������-���������: .  .    :-.-'.:  '".... -X f.  jriuviuuai otvte^ry. j .Wallace,;J. H;Turner,: Alexander McLeant G. J. Find- u~���������~~  sn'" '        ��������� *  ^Caution ag aims t Fraud .���������The success of tlifa  most delicious and. unrivalled Condiment having  caused certain dealers to apply the name of^Worcestershire Saucen to their own inferior compounds, tho  public is hereby informed thaithi only way to procure the genuinoj is to- .      ;   ; ��������� =,  ASK FOR  LEA &     ERBIHS'   SAUCK  and to see that their names are upon; the wbapvkr���������  LABKLS,STOPl������BB,aridnOTTT.E.1 '   .,:     .'���������  . Some o( the foreign markets haViiig been supplied  witli-a spurious WorcestersbireSnuce,tipon tlie wrap-  per and labels of which the names of I^a and Perrlnff,  have been forged,. L. and P. give notice ilia t they  have furnished th ei r c or respondents'''with^ power oi  attorney to take Instant proceedings against;MAsrr>  actur J5RS an d vendor s o f sn ch, or any othfcr^Imlta*  on s b y w h i c h t he i rr j g h t ro a y b o In fringed.  Ask for LEA & PERRINS'- Sauce and sef  Name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and  Stopper.     'Ay  ' Wholesale and for export by th e Proprietors, Wor-  :ester;Cro6seandBlackwell}tondoi   ?  by Grocers aadOilmea universally  I  H  ��������� m  Hi  i  i  ������  1  t  ������  fi  <*:  C  A.  tl  8  JB  a  ii  v  tl  1:  c  a  ti  M\^X7i AX<% *i������<������# WX  \ .


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