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 > wygPh^ <c wiffwvr'SBr-v'^ H/C?������!���������������������������-';-id������o������Sr ;-^K'8fe('.. .vw .;��������� ;v ' * [ fio   : .^^������������  :v v^ft^w'^^^^fi^-v'^dfe:^^.:* .SM''>AiL: ;^<i^*"?^%vV-v-..v^^;v: H'-?  . *;**' %a-  ���������VYV;V:..sl^-Q������lV,VYYv.,:;Vi:v aXX.  ,aH:>A^-.^^ *t :���������������������������- -<ut4:^.^^^.^Jj:  " ,.���������'���������'-,-.i������.;g-**'���������'���������'���������������������������I'iy������������������'-'��������� ���������*������j;y'>���������"���������'At' ''���������'���������? i:-��������������������������� ���������������������������"������������������ ���������'������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������-'���������"*'f���������'  .    BATES OBVABVpRTrSING.  FoiS2aP:s^^^P^^t;h)jMtinsj^ion,   -   $3  one month:  creek 'Mai nas between CI ark: and ^ul6%n; Jibuf-  panies; to femyparjt of the former^*H?i 7xt-* '*  ���������    *~ 7* :/;oiarsHOLM creK' 0'/./n' x 1:  Good -Hoiie^:c^----Oct.e 26^Recorded; ir?  i favor  " ^^ge^foTtoiV'C^  ���������#.���������;  rVCIlntOiij  "?Vc"'  yictoriav  \������4.i*?!00d X,  oda Creek,     t- w  -;i-.- '   -    ^ttrnar<f'������Exprcss  "v"    *': fi?;������^'f-JJf^'  j?^fe-      ���������      -      JS������-V      Barnard's Express -_..'-.    _   iVfA3C, v; MlN.  few .Tyestmifistelr?^^^/ A1.. ^ John Murray.   . ':    .    ..2-^-5^ ^v,;*6,; .'���������  ICtoria,-/-    ,:-.���������������������������   :'"V'iC.'/V^:^^:^:-^JohnE,fli.llPn������ '  -��������� ^v'%   teiwtf &3k*^  y OctoberiSb^^corded in fayWpf^AhXJpW^  1 hill claliffj^yeft ������de, a lit|fe;He)ow^the'*  canyoni?rUiittihg down streaml? ^'r v- nb; ;,/.  REGISTER ^F THilRMO^&Pi^! ''i  -V'.-'.-. *'!'      ��������� -0X'' a'':X** ''���������'Zj'iiSi, V '���������;;.���������'���������������������������.'-.:.���������.     ���������;. :.:;���������. , .���������������, ���������'. ;������������������ ���������"Tf!i JZ-'.' .'-������������������'  At RichMdiWilliam Creek, fromlst^iil ������3lW  October, taken at^'km. each day] showinfethe^  highest and 4 ilotf'M; range for ���������preceding 24  |������9M������:-^ ,&;������if:&&������������������������������������ 7'-'r ^0*1'^^!^ yt\  iinr-y \'A~*_yf''"  ���������"'���������'��������� *���������������������������'-*���������> ^ .^-t--���������*.���������������;..���������' J>...--^> '-gfU.*.- ^* _ "V  ���������������' "   ".      ' ������������������ ���������_    -' I'm    i- ������������������'" ��������� ' ���������   " ������������������!..   ..fan    ���������<������  ^JliP^T- -^ T ������i -. ^ft ^^y^^^^xMMxi  &4%44%H3&.  ;.���������...,. .������������������.'.������������������������������������:���������������������������.��������������������������� ������������������ ���������:.'-;vV������������������ :*;V.'t���������' "' '������������������������������������';>:;'''! j "*'j-'V-.vV.-''i"���������:"A������������������'.;:--1/'\v-^'���������'"X.���������:  a~ . ....  ���������.. ���������-��������������� v,  Hlohh Col lens  "���������' :' .'���������.'*'������������������'   ������������������: '���������" :������������������"';:?���������'������������������ "'���������"' I'i-.VVvV    ':���������'".'���������'-W   ' v' Vj^'"'ir'V";;-' ��������� "��������� -V���������iV.Y- ������������������ ''.���������"  PACIFIC COAST ADVERTISING AGENCti 'ril'f \W^lK#.&9Q -  ' 4itia������ A������Up:i .&y ��������� ^ .-.. ��������� 4 m '^������'C'8.jl*4vQ' --*   25  "'  V, f    410 .Montgomery street, V   ��������� w  v'^ ^ ��������� -'j^^ a-ji'sts .--��������� **?-'Hin**.l  , ^'"8<Pf fehorjzecr- A|Snts in ������iPE%^^oi  saasc  =??f  VUB CaVIUBOO SENTINEL    -  fei.Ki'.F-is^fr  4-t53       S2,  5-45 ���������      32  -Fo^thiB position 3?now offer myself ltiTrcan���������.  ^^le^ml/shbiild^i^ote^^  "  " " "*Be  >lac<  >yxrX.q2iZ^00(i1^  .,<:tf^10-^4X^-;,30f-:  -h^i^te' n::Jiatv  13-40      t'SQi^i  7w*tHs$4!)'7& /27c;  ���������������w   15���������iV ��������� Ait1' %  Xrxm04Jx-;^$VA  _':^?WITililA^CIlKKK:^.' \X%ft^ ��������� ��������������������������� ^:'  Sfbrk ci>.rr-Oci.v 2(J^ReSor4^il WfavoV of  ^^helo vv zero^ii ^hhar^'al^ 8o*c>: &bbve  in-July. '���������"* :   .������.i!-' ' ^-������" ���������" ^-. * ��������� ��������� :,;   ���������  :.r ���������  ������*���������*' j  I)h iii- Thomas ;i Win ��������� L jewel ly n^'Ed ward Ilum-  ^Klit^?^S^hilUblafihs^o^ Siglk bahici '/jom~  .^ncjni? .atiBlacfciJVick^  ning downstream.   ���������        ;  .  ^^Hforin&v Tiiniuf| c'^^/S^^orderl  in���������TftygP of He^^der, :&-JlUhisb%e^ch  ^interests.   Re-record,   :.-.���������:-^.^x,:Jx. :.-������������������  ���������claim, to form part of same.  S&*  in favor  rm  mm  of Geo, .Atkinson,'-'tfife pld Porter ditch.   Re-'  1 ry agam co.^Oe^25:-^Recorded in favor  of A; Porter and:fhprnas Brydges, 2 Qreek  ^ain^id^me&in^  /|f ' prt of same.   A'- ���������'���������  {Air. ������f   f^^eru^M^ccy^4;2^  ������f \V. p* sm 11 it - xv m a ,.;������������ ifr.:: r tli: ..  considered the mostiblood^h,^^  in Europe/f^said tp!^e so much aversellto  ��������� the sigh to f bjobd^hat he conies nefe fain ting"  when he sejes\a j&^o$!s nomMssedi^And/yet  he siArie*the ^to^r the assassinWtWri^of  : the hostages, /KJr7./ ^"Jliyi'7'i i\ih  A quarre^omelcoupie were discussing4he  sabjeet of epitaplis^aml tombstones; vand,the  husband eajd^fMy/dear, what kind of a^stbhe  <1oyou supple ;Mj will give^ni^twliehlr  m?" aBrimstone, my i0Ve J^^wasulievaf/  fectionate reply.   y0f ���������    ��������� '"'��������� 0-rll  f ;4 Go it, old fellow^;; said two ^dle leaped  graces to an honest laborer at work~i* Work'  away while we play^-sawv. and we'il^reap.^  '; Very likely, my!lads," replied the old^an^  coolly ; ������I'm sowing hemp." '"Ay77y'// \  W-hyis-ari^j^ap}mm^yf "Bdfeaulelie  J.IA '^.������r;->'j^������."**^TU r0XXXii   tl*xix$3X* ']  ��������� " '    . .AX'yr   ; ...,,.. '-'-..���������, -' "-*���������><���������-. S* .  '*(/:'��������� ."3  ?<;;f������^ <i,'*vj /V-iBAJJ^ER^EtBE^^ %nitr*  *  A  ^^< '.X* 4 ^* * rr? ^r '< i :;>;;.'��������� :^ x ,0^X0^ Irlx-   .       h<  *1#.$S|^ '-.  xl. * well-selected Stocfc "of the r  rxplotf  ; "��������� f';A-Kk^rro^ \Atii^tP^XX'f7i*A^A &l f^mo'^y^^^^A^ii^^'^ihh 00H$faj$0*  frX'-t, ������������������jfX.'.iy.  ���������> i V-  H[*Fp-i^ -������  ,M0000X^$$XQ:  ft  ^���������l  rmymmjimv  i&j  ���������&.{������  y.'if-. .*i?ii-; y\?zyp  , TKh ere jt^jgoDd^i ^p;iitment  :Ttriist^ySetnV-t'a'ttetltron': to;.brfslDe&s'and fafr-and  :P*^?mep Ji wsfefeKJ wfend o<t:ftl*mife:AX .���������:*���������'.:��������� 'i M .^,. ,  7 ������7/3**.' A r \X*������&&: r.kf.md %0^x ^*5 ic^: j������p?* $0 *?*���������  ��������� <  .Vi  i  i\  I  y  fif?M^|to atvlpier Im^faboye^to^rmRh?m n.t hf k^^>;.^ kL..:J ?" '   -  htm��������� oiU-djf:,be"tf i^ titck himjin.  ���������:^^aro/Mie#^:*wi������ked[? .J|enai^e|he������  not only,4bohe iu'eir stays^and steeKtlielr'pet-  of #. F. Smith-WmVOwen, Wrri. Llewellyn ,      >/ ??    Gir 8ta^and ateel-tlitjirrpet-  James .I���������nes, Alex. McLennan. Robt C. Orr! "J       the^ P08^^^ crib iheir'babies.  Thomas. DiixbiVry/*Thomas La^ery, 8 creek  claims. c.omme,udrig at lower line, of Eureka  ���������������������������.fi.'.':!  co., running,dow������ stream.  FIIKXCH CitKKK.  Clarke .co.-^ct. 24^-Recorded in favor of  A fashion'writer .fit New York/speaks of'a  ce^enCf imeralithereas f* the finest private af-  *faif eyer}nvitnessed.:" :i :" ;;' ' - ' ~':   y :  If you are out if a driyingjrsttir-m/iion'e at-!  tempt toiielcT tfierains. : '-���������"''.'// iy/y   : "  ./Thajatestbaijad ie /^Bnry yourilog in the  garden j ifc: will^nrafe yotir gr^yjhe.grbvv'������  '.   ' ���������'������������������i-\ 'i I "'"VV,''? ��������� -"^i- j?;':-������ ���������>"��������� "^ 5������1 ^������.'^CV v:..������. ."^=."-1.  Gioceries, .Pro^sibAfifix^ '7^7*0070x0:  "v������"s  ^.f. >a;^������>*"A v .U'.;*BABKE^MBBa  : ���������'-;^;'.a'||'u';:!. J.-A.t,t: rvK; v.Sfv'.'.^t'l^iT ;:'  V-1'  1.;  myiO.  %.,*- r������  ���������RU**    '.      *  ,V? FT  TIIAVb been requcsicd. by several res pc^able par-.  X tics, whocaU tes11Jy$fcijtthujolh>acy 01 my k'ysteni,'  to ugain make pu b 1 ic thc lact'thiit  .,. , .4 *,'   "*'*'��������� **  will i^fiAiH,%ArAi3l^i^l'**-J"i-,v>   -y:'  KESTOKE.HA1R THAT. IS JJE0������MIN.G TflliV  OK FALLIXG OFF, aadjslibouirtlly  ...... m x ^CURE^UKIT GU.i*DAJCmiUli*F;:v? {J: %  Manson, half ^tere%K^i)rake, iu trust for  company, 3 interests,T "Re-record  . ,.-*    1^ i-X0%~X0 ir- ���������-: X0.K Hl'V,;X.x :A 'iU'v' -;"  " '''      '-���������' ���������'��������� ',.'������������������ :#<3K OF CLUBS,CRERK;:' ":.'������������������ A "���������  Humliolilt ed.-Oct. ^Recorded fa favor      p        ,   .      v  ,; pf T: #:.^l^ston- 1 creek: elairn,afii||er k   *******8tBmPed���������������*" "A* redticed to  -a^S":,'t0S^^^      l^^s^eaoh,;pr $1*0  CWP and Costei lo co.^6ct; ^Recorded  " This is not a more ftsscrtipn on-j m'y^art, as I hare  in my possession amiibrousa-stimo'nlai^certifying to*  the success ol my remedy.  .,,. i ��������� , j .,  ..,. n, ,���������������.���������-  v... JL.. ���������- ~ r*. ~ - " 1 do not4>f cburse; pr^ten/l tha t X canj;m&U01h e ha i r  7'llrAiW ���������:'��������� tfrAZfyWAfllff'i'Vyi AAjiVi'r.^ prow on heads which have been bald lor years; but  " OUR) "''' EN'V'ELo"iPPQ    "-*"     ' r willguarjiu^efi.tq stop itbivlrair 'ffpm :falUug;o!f,rto  "        ������-B-vi t������o iucroHSo iWfirowth^-aVddffis'ct'hMiyi^mottsVcarr'or  rinnilrnff. . ,    IV.   n ������'������rncit?c;  il  favor of John Button, J. ft Thorny, t th������������a������ *������* ���������*������<  Our^ge^tsatway places usa' inflt&enee in teajrif  thai letter* arc promptly forwarded to p������jnu l>������voad  ���������i^W; D.-:aM0SES,  Barkerville, B.C.  -;rHs,iH^:.^.>;  .    ���������: ��������� '.-s*:^������t !���������-.'.���������*���������'��������������������������� -���������������.'....���������-���������������������������.������������������'-  ARE prepared to ftirn^sji .Luni^er^ tn-yJr^Mjll^^v  *; William Cree^/or deliver iV to'order.  ; ������ ��������� -; ,^!'J :;'< ^^;".- .JW**-"? *,;:;--1";-  *-  LUM^El) DELI^ERE^ON^LfGIITNIKG-   ;   ���������  CllEEK.AT: THE^SAME BATfe ASaOtf    '  WILLIAM: CUElfeAT^^^r^t:, i "r::   <:  r. /,  I !" . '������������������;���������'tERTIFItJATE,    '" " :';  .;   Th is is 10 cerii fy that-ilurin.galAsfc spx-ing ��������� my hair  was rapidly fall lug out and'my head was last beconv.  ing bald, when I applied to M*f^������*MOSES, I&r'Einf  Ilarkerville, who in a few weeks restored my hair to  its former healthy state IDAVII) 4riJrSDONfi  J&ij 4r0llX:t? r<  ' HavirTfef a rianfrig Xfachin>r.in operatioa they wlU  also furnish   i'&'7t������ '���������;��������� '\'& A*: '0 ''" ���������"*. ";"*.'*: 'CX '*' '"' * ���������  ���������J  Vy^.;  Vf  is-  :ti:  * i?  :IT u  ������������������I $  ill  0  Ul  if  I  i  ir>;  ii..  ft  te  ir  I  li!  VIE*  f  Mil  1  1H  w^^^^^m  SATUBDAY. NOV: H. 187L  -ife,  ���������v.?'.  Ml  .... ������:.;,THE PAST .MINING -SEASON.  ������������������': Asr.'tW- elaimn throughoiit Cariboo, have  now been laid over and the so^alled- close  ; ^season ha������: commenced, it will not be inpp-  ^ortuhe'��������� to'"''look 'bacfc and review the result  of the summers work.   Early in the season  ��������� we indulged in,some-speeiilatlo"na a'a to what  was likely to* be accomplished during Jibe  summer, and our antictpati^ns, have been, in  * great measure realized ^ and although time  ii etill ^requited to develop many of the no-  b ia not yet realized the feud anticipations of  the' enterprisirig prospectors.v Th������ 'South  Stales has been tbe only claim paying largely.  but the excel jept prospect obtained * by the  Victoria co. recently has revived confidence  In the richness of' the deep channel. :Steam  power/however, as we have previously-maintained , must liKim ate ly be # ^mpjoyjsjrl feefbre  the channel can bs worked to proper acivantage. In the opposite direction from William  creek, Cunningham.creek his paid-well for  the limited amount of������������������;. worlt done byJhy^irail-  lic washing. Kelthley has hot turned out  much, nor baa Harvey, but tho latter-Js-likely  before long to pay well. The deep channel  has proved extremely difficult to,.get into,,  and a great j*ra cm at of labor has -been ex-  sooq be at'work.;  TH1: CARIBOO ELECTION:  .. <ler tak ings w inch ��������� have feerni' a I read ������ so' long  "' Xif prbgressj the; p rospects of jCariboo at the  present day are of a very encouraging nature. J ponded in endeavortdg to open the- ciaisa?.  William freak this season baa not, as a matter some of which are known to be rich'and will  ,o of^'cbnros,. yieldsd^ what it did  " in lie paliiiy :da^s, but still nTlafge amount of  ; ^old/has Been^takoit out. 'V^The hydraulic  ^lalms a long ��������� I lie n pp$r po rtto n pf the creek  ��������� havehadabetter\season-fo-r working than  ever 'ktlown before; ��������� * and; thougb noue| of  ; ihem Jav.e ttifned; ont very ricb ;,tbe aggregate  yield.lias, heen .cohsiderable. jjTheso claims  \ cannot���������#������. exhausted .for many yeara; to.come.;  : ^oe^bydraiilic cladriia;-oil !Vajlojr Moiinfarn.  -; %J)icli;liiay also jbe reckoned >s Willing  ;N^AM������RTlS^I3*n^  O J^S; THOMPSON, Esq.Vyx i  J We,aha undtrslKueij, Kleeior* o? Cariboo District. hftTin-? confldenc* ;in i^arpajl'll^y, w6$d ret  qaost yen to allow yourself tr������ bo nominated nov.oaly  tor thafDomlcion i^rliam������^t| fprl which'; yo* ar������  already;? a- cand idate^li ut^ie^^y^^.^^^yl^zislA-  ture, placing*' ourselves should /you;do so ia aie oar  best endeavors to.secure your return to.lath Raises  W Davifiwi'.^.;-;:^..,.  John BruceXl  F Bissonnette ' .;  JHToddSG.V".,^  8 P Parker1.., ,;-���������  John 0 Guodeta -'  Wm Martfn *   ,>  V?inGAlfcyiC<Xy  Tboa lAV������ry ���������"��������� ��������� ������������������  Chas Vaill'incour:.L  TRPattullo; ������������������'���������;'.-;���������:.  Gonier:-Johns   :  Thos* L .Brigga  Jde M:tsohy   f! .*:,rf*������f  JcO...Cliipp- r   X".!.  Wm RvDnla  ;  ��������� W*Powell'^v--*���������'  aiN'Morshair;-;:  DLBa2Untiaa7;  ;nugh:Hoa8:;v���������!r^^ i  RobtGrt3ig.V:vi.> ���������:<  Thhs,Fliitch^f^t',,t"  John MoA11s������wf;;^  Wm F A&dnsoB1''  Arch McNiiusbU)������  1) McDont-li*  .On Thursday next tbe question will:be.de*.  ci4������d  who are 'te be the reprtsentetives of  Cariboo in the Legislative: Assembly4-but the  resuU will not be dsrlniteiy known ^tii.the ^i?^^'  return-of;Cpptain: T)rayaillotr wboiwas -dis- v  patched ei^bteeh days since with the-: official  documents to���������;��������� Mr Fitzgerald,'deputy returning officer at Omineca. * Voters* will* liave to  claims'have paidwell; and If a channel can -i   ",. ,,-.*���������.* ��������� M ������������������- ������   ,. ��������� ���������  ������x. ���������*.:..., .  ._._ _ it_. h't.- .0 -....... .-:-;.:r"j":;. ! ^������|ko^; nnd* their own ; conveyance, to the  poiiaVaino candidate, or an v one orTh^ be.  .lip. found running through 4he, mountain, as is  ������supposed to vbe tbej ease, that section will  hereafter prove \. m'osjt jmpbrtant.;^: The deep  tyst*ngs alorijBf the line-df the bedrock drain  . bays bfen yeiry 1 ittle workedy and al tbongb  /iii the: old el alms there are known to be >tnany  j'sricb spots*; the expense of keeping, themopen  is too great to render it probable vifrsi* tney  will ever be worked. to mu ch .ad van tage, uo-  ^^i5^ho.1.������i'.nr?e)f*'W-':J>������ wasted��������� do^n  fc(bi' the su rface to bedrock,'as probably will  ''? weptually be the ���������ep������e<A[-7h������ Ballirat;cor has  i   Wi[|i:M:System o f' Af ainage workeil su ecossi  fiiJlyj- ,nn.d, js .likely* to :pay .well for ��������� long  *���������x n^^Oiitb e-ground Jielowi not fa 1 ng. yet is  .Vrto!^n, !b"nt^^the Tjaht&knnzibaft will soon  ^fo^ ;?oipae Hgb| i������pbn^  VaKt-xif ��������� WII lis iii cisfek- the" Fo r^st.' K<-������ps' co. 1ms  -worked sfeadily %!id paid well, with rrery  'iodjcatip!o p{ the channel continuing far into  ihi Interior of the.' bilU -/Grouse creek has  paid well in portions of the open diggings,  hnt the deep ground at the lower end hasnot  yei t>een fulry' tested!"���������. French ereek is 'still  ri nprb ved; the en ������r mo us dep tlf of the; c s a hnel  baving prevented bedrock %>eiagfttriick up to  the'present.   Antler has not been  bottomed  *jrher, but the work ,Jbeing done ��������� ihis wititer  in, fed rock aba fts may open up. another rich  ebsnhel;- . On Conk I in^s gulclr there baa  hot  b������ei>:inuch;done.   0.n^?to,ot,s gulch botus old  bairns hav������ paid moderately, and .the flume  %ae inade agood opening into ground; which  tnoiggh partially worked before promises to  roake the enterprise highly successful.   Jack  of Clubs creek, though not yet thoroughly  -developed.-��������� has shown*mifllcient evidence of:  g������6d j4yfto placs it now W a;' hi^b" position'*  in the  popular esliniAtion.   The ^ood pay  -whicbctho First Cbance ..co<: are- getting/:and  tbe proepect found by tbe*' Two Fistera co.,  ->������>Vs given the utmost-encouragement  to  prospectors, and the probability is that next  year jjiis creek will,be one of the best paying  creeks in Cariboo.   Lowhse has ah own by  fbe.rieb'pay found in-Ibe-Victoria and Black  Bnli elaima tbot tber������ is still a large section  ������������f good paying ground at tbe upper end of  the creek,.the difficulty of working which has  hitherto been enormous/but which, when ibe  JHackJJwU engine ^eta to work, will  afford  prefitable ^employmeat for "years.    At the  lower'portiaM of tbe creek also there in a  large .exlent of unworked ground which wil]  be opened up whsn the drain tunuel of the  /Calavjeras, co. is -conipleted;.   Q6 i! Mosqiilto  <;reek a few men have been at work al 1 season  getting small pay. and some prospecting for  quartz on a small scale is feeing done by two  parties.   The indications of gdbdr quartz in  the neighborhood are very favorable, and U  is to be hoped that before*Jong practical  .'demonstration will be given' of >its value.���������  f/ghtning ereek, on which sueb gte&i expec-  ���������fa im% li^ri -���������-���������������������������  half, can pay anything for their conveyance)  nor can:any ^ne* supply any flag, oociade.  or ribbon to be worn"' or carried ns/dislin-  guwhing colors or emblems on behalf .pf any  csndidate,.,neither must. any /person /;cim e  within iwo: miles; of t;h������ polla armed with any  fi rearms. s words, stave*, b I ud geo ns, Apr), other  offensive ��������� /weapons'O;Siich are Atioine'''���������.itSf the  ndiculous provisions of the I5lectiop.an>T Bribery Acts passed last session, so candidates  ana all.others must beware of whaV.they are  a-^out.A': ..':'������������������������   -���������'   x-'0' A'000- 7" A'..  tR������'t������t Watsoa"i  Th(js Dusbury - .  Wm'Srrnth^'-';4"''  WmOwen  CF Wyatt .    :,%  RobtllcNaa^J  Thomsa Juyiar I;  D'TSinitli":T"'v:f  KttwiJ 'JonJBi.-'^v'S  WW Housemaa  ;; : W Hitphc(������ck V:  Sam������el Qr������y  xl Wm;Micha>lt;  :i:-^..K|Kicho'lsca  ������������������:��������������������������� Goo Byrnes  Hy Jewell*  ���������,;������������������"'���������;:'������������������: 'ly AntirewWa^tSu  '������������������^AA' THFiytin^A.;  :x;> ;vv;jZ'Hou(jb'..'.'v 7.  Ar ).<:���������*��������� Jhos ,Hartliu| x.:  ''N-\v:v:K';B:l)evlin;;'..:'YV'  ,������������������-; An.urew'FIctchar  XX. ''C'Ja^ee^liiDgaian^  i   ,t ;.. i Jolia Jotncs :^;  \A      " '"Ji* Devliay. .A...  '-.-���������      vWmTbompiwa   *  '':::XA Sim-Praka'- 0">"  :;;A''vv'1R.'Stiirren.:;--.-,.  t };-'v^(An������'rywi;3C*illjr;.Y^'^  ������������������,.., ���������. AKHftlloiray.v;' i���������:.  00:^%iAmr^-''   ���������'     ";  1 :>;��������� s' - 'xMMJBii Bfcjwa ;>:-, ���������  '?'"'      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"  John Nmsuiiik....   ,,  >rf, -> /JKalplirWat'fpea*' *&'?���������  rx.x^^r'<Mm x.0'  .,-. u.,, rThnsHmd 4!������^      ,,  '������������������-���������:   '1 W-Ales>'n������lf'r :   ������������������ ..  ���������������  x'!'J������Wi.Csixinell ���������'.,.  * '!  r-rj.  -Robert Bar j*  '������:yLyA 1AA Allbertsre^l'  "';;���������;��������� ;i?;oi^n������lluni^|f4  ;   Jottn Huot������r   '  .   xl -V'S*Mii'el.;Rab������<;{������'  French  A '���������. ta' a ii i tiba;; w# a ays'  (i.  lywii^rwyKES. ������������������. ���������  ��������� cal������ani>^eejK  Bflag vrjll supplied-^t^shiae^.lma>;:n^''flfea.-'. *V  to, is, srs.are pr^<ire������i;tomake io Writer both Plai a  *an������.l Oraam������nta;'H(oT^;%t^lfi!(^;Vt6' suit the iim������s.  ������aV* Miner* a ad- othcrx will nuil ii to thuir advaa*  ta<e to -purchase a jtoo.l Hrtiele.-fc������  j   .N._B.~Aaytliiag jn t,he:|tue(.m������a������ias ordored, wHk  {aaatBcftwabd rtisp*itoh". ' "      "���������' X -fXAly .  >; ;. / SANDBRS01V :rEARciVv    '  ���������"; ���������; v -':"' '������������������������������������������������������ ':- i"������������������'. ��������� '������������������'''- (Wr J������ba Blbhyi). ���������  S00  BuifORcb New DrooiNos.-^A*cebrdfriglo-in:  formation reoeiv������������d by the Mainland Guardian, /V enormously richer digpiops haves been  foundiby--^  Fork of Thompson-rifer.^ No j<ar:joulA*rs are  gly������ovb,ut it js^id.tbat abft4>i;*������&ejit!g.nien;  are miBing in .one place, and /that!/ several  men have left .the survey party for the dig-  ������in������8' .���������������������������������������������     .'..���������' '���������"/-> \  ������������������    ' yryx REP LY .   v��������� -1 '  .;' ' ;:���������  6i������TL������;.MS'S,~i1:frad not, prior to tba r^c^i^t afyaai  a altering pcquieition, intended, to oflbr^-.myaeff-Sd a  C ������n d idatafl'or: th^. J'rtjyinoiai Hoa������e ot Apsaunblyv bai  in defercrico-teethe n^uc*. t otv������> many at the Kiectofa  ��������������� i Car]hop',1.place"inyaelP-ftt your disposal--*aad ateepi  lh<\ nomination.;.: Tiiaiifcln^;yj)ii  forv>h*-e>������ndeaca{.;  yon exprtfSB; towarda me, wliico lf:elected X aaall da  my beut to retain, ���������' . ���������;   ''       A ���������:.,, i *���������  ��������� '��������� I remain.your obdt. servant,      !    v  A  0\. .."������������������:,;- ~r-.   i    J. SPKNCKR-THQU3&09.   x  Barkerville,: ������Lh..0ct6ber,������������������; 18T1.  .   X-    .-V*������������������ v:#������T. ' }  $:JM\ZWf^^  . ' ���������' '���������' '7*':    HyexlUug otitis^ !  Second:hand rStore\  -'*' yVTifera thay WillnhJ a������iaaaa^otiiaeiit*r; v  j: Bfcpr^s  Lrgi^lUire Ass������������njl������ly, an*I weherefty ji)odg*vfi?|r.-������eiyea [  NRW ADVKVtTl6EMfi]NT.S; a-  s^.  t������ > u so our utui ost exer Uo'uSjto a epur) your rets ra  OTICE,  BKfi TO ACQUAINT TUB PUBLIC THAT I ^AVR  dfpposed of tli������ pramiacft f������crupii-.d by mo.io Bar  kerrille, together ������:th my int*������r**st in the baaines*  bTftalor^ carrier} ^n as * Carpcnt'tr and OiUracror,  ta Mr JAMES ELDER.-fnr whom I wr>������M Kfillcit aeon-  linimnce of thop.Hrona^e 1 iinva v c.fived. -* >Xy %  All parlies m'h������btod t<i ui': arf^ rcqu^te'l to-jrltM  before 2Stb N������������70������i������ber, and :my parties baTing.cUims  against we will please prascytthein berora that date.  JOHN BRUCJ5.   ���������  11th November, 18T1. *ndll   '  I  ���������r  KM  TO   INVORIf ,HKR   FRIBN'OS   Am* THK  public UiRtalie ha? leased the well klfwu.bouse  ft������rw������ily oc<:upied by Mr A. Kelly. .     ;  Am furnished in.the most comfortable aiyla, and tbe  B������r .supplied * with tho  best "iVinee,   Uquors. .and  Cigar-?. ������.--;���������       -.-������������������- . noU  , WDavtaon;  .lohu Bruca \'y  P HisBonnette       )  J HTodd    .  api,ttTk'e-r:?fJi''::"-\r'-1  John G OoodsMa X-  Win Martin'.-���������:.'������������������'���������' y.  Wio Oall-'y' V : =': v  THos Laverj:...-..:  Paviit Ltwiii'  ��������� "J  Charles Vitillancsup'  T R Pattullo ,. ,  Gomer Johui ,':  Tboi L B'rijfg'l-.  Joe Mason  JoliQ Chipp  ��������� lib  :'t  Wm Ryitiit*     ',-t.,   ..  W Powell  ���������'���������'���������*'.:  ,G N MatvhaH:f X' X  DL H.������UuUina   :  Hugli R������sa'-i-.{  Win C McCormick ....  J WCHadiiiRla  Win Tli(������mpsva  .^���������amuflglmtke ,  iBSumut"'   ''���������'���������.* :������������������-  Jrt'H Brown 7.7��������� ������������������������- ^  |Ga.������W. Spruce  Wm F Anderson..-.  Wesley M*������ll -.-.;: :>.  John Stevvnaoii  (������e.������ A Taylor  John NuisraHh  John I'me  Ralph Wiit^on: ;  ..;,.,  Peter OllU'r/  TlioaHln.l  TH(������8 PhTTQy    .'        ���������' i  Thomas Taylor  DTS'mifh  ���������^Robt Greiif  ���������Andrew Kelly.  ���������' ''"'B''Hoi low ay  ;������������������ J. S;Thompsoa ^! v  ' 'Thos'W{cher:*".  ���������u:Wm Michael -.!'*>'.-.:������������������-  '. W Hiicncock  .'.-:.  'Samuel-Gray' '*  ���������^J,H;;Nioholaoa:-:"^:v;  ' Geo Byrnes"���������  -HyJeweli '^:":';:  Ad drew,1 ^Valdsa   u  .'THFlynn.   -.  J-ZllouKh     ^  BB JV-vliB "-. ;*  vTbos HardjoS "    ;;  ;James I*i.*ab-:f   .-.?'..  BCiirey,     ;  " Jam es Ding wall   '".'.  .tfobriiJ:*mea.: 0A  '���������������������������  George D.ikin'. '��������� .  Jobu McAllister \ -,  Malcolm McCuaig ....  . A Mc-augliton  : DMcOimdi:,  Robert Watsen  Jamea lone?   '  \Vm Smith.     .,;.  ThoalJuxbury  WmOwen  John Hill.'.*,*..'���������'{.  Thos'Alb'-n '���������"  Waiter Alejaafler :  Joseph Oanni*U    .  B������>nald.'-McDoualif  .Robert Barr  ' Reuben'A Albcrtaon  J^mesAnmi l  W W. ISoUiemao *  ���������0.7    BALLS,A OAFS, SHOT,/  1 powder; ppwnEfe: kSasks,  !������������������    - .SHOT BAGS/,     I -A- ���������: -....:/. X0<1. -' *  {'Ax-i     ,D0OR LOCKS; PADLOCKS,  ];.!.;!.:!',,,'        ,*,* *��������� BASTARD A MILL S A W filiBfr  lvAnd, othsr-artielwi too'-miwerolis to msottonJ  |FOROB,jPUMPiS  and. i?^R   MACHINiK  put up and #!afran[efH;!'V_      " ';'.';,...   ,  moderate-*prices:   "��������� yAH      ':.'.'"        "A*A  Kepairtos; of MstaisMan* si usual.  \  12CRRS AND TRADKRS will find it to Ibelr ad-  vantage to purcbase at t hit Store, where itiereii  aturday Ere'g:, fNovv 85v  THE  CARIBOO   AMATEURS  [/  Wi;l gire a performance lor the  ItiLlANT  .'��������� REPLY.   ...  . . '      :   _.|  GKNf������.xMa!>r,������-I  baVo  received   your   Bequisition j  ollcitfas iu* to become a cindidato for tbff Kt^ir^reB-  | tatloa or tbfB District in the Legitflatira Assembly, of j  our Provincu. '.   1  ] ;I luifc much pleasure: ia complyisjf wi tb your re-;  ) quiff t, ii n d tba n k j ou. for t he coiiH d enoe wh ic h yu n ;  I ivposo la me.-.  If elected I shall do my best fairly .ts represent  I your interestaat the Council Boar������i. and to adiroeata i  n\i liberal  and progress]re mmimires for tbe -S*aliarf I  of Mf District or tbe.country at large. *   *    -    j  . Mmvo-tho honor to be, Gent\uwna, your ��������� oaedlap.; j  serraDtj I  ���������  JOS. BUNTXR.  6th October,.���������IM.-"'. :���������        ���������' ;' !oCr  ���������' ������**, ' .' ��������� ���������'.' ���������������������������;.   " :  ' ���������'   :  of tbe. .v-f-ry \>nat description on hand,*and tho utoek  coitatantly replenished hy n������-w arrivals.   Th^proprietor will sell Goodi .   >  AS CHEAP AS ANY IN CARIBOO. ���������'  Orders promptly filled and forwarded wi tb dispatch.  ���������  j. 1V. LINDHAED.  0*  - '-viiija  m  <  t  t  I  V  ������  n  e  b  P  c  m  si  m  m  m  1  in which tho  CARIBOO AMATEUR BAND  Vtlto $\9% thslr raltaehie'-as*i*������.snc*. -  aying  ims;  X ANT> AVTRR FIRST KOVKMBKR, ISH*; ALL  ; ��������� Mlaitfe Clajvia in Cariboo district are. hare', r  LA1D0VKK" tintii^tlsMfty, 1872.  pitfifC) R. W.UAI.U-.    . ������.  ������tHm v. v. " ; a n. a  TO THE ELECTORS OF THE ELECTORAL  ���������'DISTRICT OF CARIBOO.  Afo^L will be held fltHARVRV CBBSXv.se W^lt  A ta st Kelthley Creek, on the 10th November,  1171, for the Sleeti������>p of Three tfembtrs to repres������at  the Slectoral District of CUiibuo.  ��������� ������������������   ���������������Kt:M������<mAhk:  * /.'������������������'     .,   .RMa'rafBg Offio*"?.  JftMAL Itev. m, litL ���������-,: ..������r*-l>  <r  O  ������r  "W  .an  ������������������hi  'nc  Hoi  Sh  on  me  do  fti  ma  mu  ver  1  Coj  5rSM mmm  mhos  WrggfJiiHB.ta������fa  vmmm  f  If  ; ytj\,.  "MfCAtoBOO'SENTIKEL  SATUKUAYv NOV. II, :im0iM  COUNTY COURT.  gPSCIALTOTHS OA5US0O $SWTINSL  QUESNELMOUTU,  ;    Quesnelmouth/'Nov/ 9~~Bobfnsonfs  boat  arrived yesterday with 32 passengers, among  them  Measrs. C. Wright,  Bramley, Cohen,  Pacey, House and Brown. .Tbey TepoetrRe-  vere weather above and. plenty of snow.  The  'lackers have lost heavily.   Hutchinson, ha*  JOflt fifty unlmnls, aoid Terry  nearly all. bis  iri in.'  Tb e' road is gtre w n wi th dead: horses,  ������t>art*jo8, saddlea. 5ic.,/all;tbe-'Way...from Na.  tion to Stuart-s river.  -They: had a'roiigb trip  down,;and'^bt swamped! ohce.. '* iAdtaft boat  and'^bree Chinese-bants hare jiist;got}in with  fall loads, and several iijore are expected.;  Sylvester, with the thalt and express, may  be expected in a .day^or two:-..by.;���������rSgyp'a boat.  The town is full ofitiSngihifti'^V^1'^  PASSENGERS/  By::,(JerQw,i Johnson's Expres*, arrived  Nov. 4.^Frj>m Tale���������A. Johnson, Han, Yanf  to Barkervtl|e!!';>*^ '  Down- -By/Oerow^i Johnson>'/-'Express.  IHt 5th Nov.���������Geo. Dougherty. Peter Coir,  8am. Roberts. John Wilkinson "Geo. Jaynes,  H II WheelervforYaie. x*    A ' ,  Down-���������By Barnard1* Exprew/ left Nov.  fi.-nJfeivA: Meacham, Samv Hockin^rTh',m������a:  Perry, L. Smith, ,J.a������, Aikenhead, for Yale ;  Chas. Oppenhelmer, .Emit perrunger, Uriah  Nelson, for Quesnelmoiilh. '  Before H. Sf. Ball. Esq ,   Gold Commiesioncr tnd  ���������-. -Oaunty Court Judge )  . Thursday, Nov.-9,1871.  A SQUABBLS AMONG THK nXATHBN CU1NKSR.:  /.Sing.Hiog vs. Nam Sing.���������Suit for $70,  balance of loan. This suit was tried before  in September and a verdict given for plaintiff, bat a new trial was granted to allow a  witness named Ak, Tie, who had gone to  Om\neea. to be sent for. The case was now  tried before a jury, consisting of Messrs. F.:  Bissonnetfe, foreman ; O. Urquhart, J. J. Cowley, T. La very, J. W; Stephenson.  Mr Walkem conducted ihe case for plain-  tiff, and iietars. .Park and Davie for defend-  ant.'"'  The evidence of plaintiff, corroborated by  another Chinaman, was to the effect that in  ;the fall of 1866 defendant came to .his house  [and asked for tlie loan of $2&0 to pay freight;  be lent" it io him��������� and some time afterwards  be got 30 eapkB;of flour, value $210, from defendant on account, but the balance. $7#, has  never been paid ; about seven months afterwards plaintiff bought a bouse from defend.  ant, but did hot deduct the alleged amouni  due.   Both  witnesses swore positively to Ibe  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  -���������.     i  Wri.l.UM CKKKK.  The* Forest Bo-ae tiist week washeij' 250 oz.  The   RulUrat co.  washed; U0 oz.   The Mc-  paymenl-of the money in notes of the .Bank  of British Columbia and Iiritiati North America, and plaintiff denied, that he had any  gambling or other transactions with.'Air Tie.  Defendant'swore' directly to the contrary;  never; borrowed a dollar from plaint I if nor  went-to: his bouse; he had received the flour  on storage frosa Ak Tie, who lo������i mcn������������y  gambling with plaintiff: the latter- came to  him and told hira not to let Ak Tie have the  flour ; Ak Tie went for a constable ; afterwards the matter was settled by plaintiff* accepting 30 sacks flour, which tie delivered by  Ak Ties order. . ��������� ���������  Ak Tie sworn :���������Brought a lot of -flour from.  Soda creek for sale; stored 61 saekswitbi  Napp. Sing : went /to plai* tiff's gambling  house and lost all hit ready money, between  $200 and $300; plaintiff afterwards asked  aim to com* and play again, saying be would  give bim credit and. witness might win- bis  thing -more to do with a d���������d nigger.   This  witness considered the greatest mault.which  could he given him. and had be been in his  o w ri:-cim'o tr jr. he wou I d h a ro reseu ted j t Mher-  wise!���������/ Tljougbt feinseJf perfectly justified in  calling -coulplainuut all  the' names ��������� he had  done as the only means of retorting the insulting term applied to him. which was worse  than .any expression-be made use of in return.'  He ;WQuid sooner complainant h*d struck  him.1 *He denied  having used the phrase  d��������� d, which he considered vulgar.  .-Tb**Magistrate said that defendant bad  shown no justification for. bis violent-conduct.  All men bad equal rights here without regard  to: color; and were protected alike by law.  His :behavior in'.< using; such epithets in She  public streets as bad been sworn to might, if  complainant had,been of equally violent temper, h ave p rrjd u ced  neri'uiriT corise<j(nerices.  He would therefor������ order-defendant Ao find  baiL lo,keep the peace for'sixi!houths.-hlmself  in the.sum ot $100, and two sureties $50 each,  and pay the cost* of the prosecution. ,  Editor ^ Skntinei/:���������There are now burner*  ous candidates.anxious  to'be'returned te  ov.  represent  the  yarion  Coliinibia'; who I eee it  Kherson co.ar*'jetting, moderate pay. ��������� Tbfej woney;b������cfcr?. went;and lost $280; -plaintiff q  f/*rei!nWa co. are sinking a Shaft." The Cari- fherrweiit."to Nam Sing and tried te' stop-the y{  b-M. ct\ ar* mnnin-ff a drain from the bedrock ftrmr 5 fiotne Chinamen teid him Sing Hiag ������,  ^traio. had cheated,- so be went'sri'd.got.a constable*: ���������d  KTOUT S.IJL7.CH.  had cheated,- so be went'snd.'got a' constable,;  other Chinamen advised him to settle the mat-  MS UHlta  'l.MWH^TRKtCKJ  !* . ���������;  The Victoria iy,  j^t week washed, .45  or.,  having heeii unable to get oiiVmuch  dirt on  account of the enormous boulder's with which  j served him. with a subftoeria at Qnesnelmouth,  and said be-had got into trouble about witnesses*  I him  j former trial.  |    Two other Celestials swore to having seen  is districts of British  ntend'io do no end of  good in various ways by abolishing various  taxes and other-things that are injurious to  the coi^atry.. Now, sir, I want to direct your  attention V> one serious matter ibat none of  the candidates appear ;to- havey noticed, but  which may be'ot great importance to myself  an d o t b ers, -an. <i ; w tj \ c h d einand ��������� red ress;:. JI  have b.eeu latejy^trying to getv poated' upv ib  the laws of tho colony, and I find that last  spring iir Act was'passed to abolish road  tolls on various, articles from the interior,  which^aajs that "all cattle, and all articles  and .things coming in the direotiori;6f������tbe sea-  fa oarcl\fr<jm the.iiiterior of tbis colony^ shall  be eiernpt from tolls.   , 7.x  So far all Tight and just; but look st tbe  next eecVionV y The word ��������� cattle * shall extend to "and. include horses, mares, fillies;  'foals, ,geldihgs;; colts, vbiiUs, bullocks, cows.  beifersj;steers*, calves, sheep, pigs, .ipules and  Hssw.JV.jNow;according to'Webaler, ������������������!in Great  Biitaiu^'beaslsar.e distin(?ui������b^d into Black  Cattler?niciudiog bulls, bxeti. Oows'and their  oung; and tjmali Cattle, including sheep of  II kindf and goats;"- but iu the above law  goats aje*-not ..n>entioned, which I caII unfaIr  to iiioupi,quadrupeds.. They should be entitled . t& A he sa me p ri vil eges ��������� as asses, pigs o r  a ny ;o tfef.-c atti.e... Besides we a 11 k a ow Ui .tt a  ;������onni5nous"coiintry ispeculiarly adnpjtfd to.  thelaisihg^ ������/���������*' goats'; anxi;: I ��������� have had. sonie  serious kteas.ot- going into the business ray���������  self, in which case1 shoald have, to pay read  to Us, * wTul e m v : u ejgbbb r who go esv i o f 6:  r Kaon thb Tfcre Jaonb QaCHB SoRVBT.-lifr  G. McKay and asatber m$n, from the survey*  in? party. nud������r enlarge of Mr Mabood, arrived in Barkerville on Wednesday, having  been eight days-'from camp, which was when  they left about six miles from the Fraser,and  supposed to be a little over twenty from Tete  JHuna Cache/��������� On the east side of ihe divide  there were about six inches of snow, * but on  the summit glaetor. It was deep, and travelling  without suowfrhowj was very tedious, and difficult.- : From the bead of Swamp river to the  divide between Bear lake and Wi 11 ia'ar creek  there was no snow.   The party were going  ahead cutting traiJ, but the horses, were nearly  used up.   The cattle had been got safely  across the divide. Mr Mahood. and ah Indian  had started on for the Cache on the day previous. ''Several, of the party being dissatisfied  ������ith tbe life in the mountains, Mr: Mabood  fead given all who wished to' leave permission  tb go. and several ialked of building rafts  and descending the Fraserr -Mr Mabood is  spoken of very favorably, am!ireceives great  praise for his unremitting erierjsry and activity  throughout the faliguiug expedition. ; ��������� v ,7  Masonic r-GBsspLpeQE OF.BmTrau Coixjfr  ������ia;���������A large majority of; the members of, the  different Musonic^Lodges in this province,  both of the Knglish'and Scotch jurisdictions,  having resolved that the time has come for  the formation of an mindependent Grand  Lodge, a convention of representatives from  the several lodges wits held at, Victori a,on  21st October, the chair-being occupied by  Bro. Jas.vA. (rrabarae; The Grand' L^dge of  British Columbia was then constituted; and:  the following brethren elected as. the first  Grand Officers:���������tt. W. Grand Master, I; W.  Warden, Simeon Duck j R..W..J.G. Warden/  Hy. Nathan'; Grand Treasurer, M..W. Waitt;  Grand Tyler, P." j. Half.   After wbieh the;  convention adjodraed to meet ai the call of'  the chairman.  ;; .' ���������: Arl.) ;-:* '      A:A0 > : '  ss* g*mh\mg business, but did not tell raising.cattle-of other descriptions wduM  whatevilence  had  been giveu 'on the oiTfree.'-' '  ?/!������^^^^ *^**mm^-E2?^-:iS^5LS-*' ,*^^^*?P*ftr3^.*fc^^T������rf**Ira^ |-CJb^ flr^vnbXto^c- ������������-������kwpW������������������o������ and witnesaed the  u\g pieces. The niackBullco, can hoifltyery ?bv DlaiutifT -'  little dirt on account of scarcitylot water.!���������      2  i^-  ';;;'": =GROUSli,lTl������Ka-: 0. <<'.: t'  The open diggings are about cl osed for ifr*  seasohv The Lad v"of the Lake co! are sinking  a new shaft. The Talisman co. aretmaking  .usual good wages.v^ 1070'��������� K   .     Al.  ���������'��������� [. i.r������uTKtsa:'qiiiKK^'' :-...������������������.;.  The South'Wales co.laat Week washed 271  02. The Spruce co. oyer expenses. / The Vic-  t^ria co. havihg^ot the; water ouV have com-  tnenced^o open into the^ichannei,.but-have  not got ih to-the bottom^ yet.< Tney are^i^:'tting  very enconraging prospects' as,tbey advance.  The Vancouver covrttre^^putting in a second  set of elevators. The Kojht; co; are down  nearly 50 feet, and are tfixing their pnmp to  continue work.; The ��������� Ross 'co. have nearly  bottomed their new sh-a/t.; \p ' &*���������*?:  .     V    JACK 08" CIXBS CUSBK.   V   !:: ' I  Tfe$i?;!r^ Chance $o\ continue getting' fair  pay^about 6 oz, to the *et  The Two Sisters  co. expect to^ break, into the channel ���������very  Two Brothers co. are ready' to  The J.ud^e charged the Jury that the only  q west io n f o r th em to d eci de wss wh i ch w i t-  ueuses did they believe If as in most Chinese  cases the ev i C ence was al together cp h trad ic-  tory, ene side swearing positively to the loan,  and the other equally as positively to the  contraryl! ^'������������������������������������'!     X- Jxy:' ������������������' . A  "'"��������� ���������  The Jury returned a,verdict for the defends  a n t. The case olrea ted a great ������iea 1 ���������* o f A o ter-  est amoi'g the Celestials; each side bein^-provided with their own ihterpreter.  1 hope, therefore, that the. hew members  will take some steps to protect the poor goats,  and allow them the same right of free access  to the coast as other quadrupeds.       X y A" ,._.  fiAHt '*y :A7xr:"lx-- *-;��������� AAlyCi^RioonkAA  POLICE !poqRt.v, liy/yr-  .'[���������-.. "; TtJESIHY, NOV^T^  Red Tapis.���������We look occasion a short tipie  si bee " to -; ex p oge"the fo I ly of rv jha vi ng; pq 11 i n^  places fot^^the. eev^ral dlyisibns of Cariboo  District ^pointed by proclamation in Victoria, while the Act clearly intended -that in  remote districts discretionary power should  be gjyei^tP !the^ rem rn in^ojfi cer -to s^lectsuch  p 1 ac^af as lie d eetns tn oS t cent rai a nd c o h ve n-  ient for the majority of the electors. We then  alluded to the^Keithley Creeli Difisibn^where  the place appointed was at the mouth of  ICeithJey, wliereas all the iyptera;���������: but one re-  si tied'oj^Hkr vey c reek."; A peti ti on; was sen t  .to������������������his llohor the Lieut.-Governor -to have  TnKATRK  Rotai/���������Bknkfjt to thb Finn'  RnroAnK,-~The heavy expense incurred by*  the Wijliara Creek, Fire Brigade" in getting;  tbe new hose carriage and alarm belt having,  created a deficiency of funds, the Dram at io  Association have kindly offered Ut give a perv  formahceat tbe-Theatre Royal for the benefit'  of the Brigade, and propose playing on Satrir*  day,, 25th# Nojtember; whenvft ^oapital piece:r  will be pu t on the boards, together ,witb. a.I  (gran 11 ��������� in usfcal ��������� entenaln men t; in whi oh, sef^.  e ra I vnew vol un tee rs wi 111 end thei r' yai itab le <-  assigtancs.   Thisvwi 11 he the opening nighi/of.  the winter season, during which the amateurs7u  hope to be able to give a nnmberi'of;'enterv;'*."  tsiaments which will be pleasing to the com*:*7,  inanity.' '''���������!.'.''" '���������..-. .'���������  Fire Alarm.���������On Thursday evening about s-,  dusk an alarm of Are was sounded by the Fire ..  Brigade������^bell In Barke^ilie,���������which brought- y  every one in towa' to theVstreet;in" a few 7  seconds.   The cause was:found iio fieiiftiitibk  ceiling; of Mnry.!SM<lnn'sf liouse; had caugbt .  fire * from ; the steiyrpt pis.!?! Ther lira jmgade  turned; out with tbeir usual alacrity, with  hose carriage, Iadd*rfl .aml;( buckets; and the  huse was rii n olit to!the u^per!. tan k, bu t was  f o r tu n a lei y not req iii red 7'[ a: few b licketa of  m ate r hav i ng pToy ei ai i IS qieh t to exti ng nis b  il.e flames.   Now that cold weather is setting  in ando Sr*58 -must belcept up mo re continue  ouslyv s to ve p i p es slimi 1 d be 1 boked after,  especial ly,untilsnovr falls:'-1 y-y ���������������������������::���������} 7'-- r  Tijk >MKAbdws.^-rhe; maehinery for tb*  Line A Kurtz Co. ianowbeinghaBled to the  mead o ws an d set u p rapid ly.-:  In s::! abou t tea  feet of saw logs and MO cords of wood,  SKrrr.EKS  Gomxg0The  Toronto eorres  eoon.  sink.  The  THR  Ha ir.no a n   Storr  Office. Barkervill^^Thia gtore has been  openerl bf.Mr C. A. Noltemeier in connect  ^ !������x������r*in  Vlet0rU'  ^   the   largest  '^^-   ���������KCa/,b00'   U* hw Produced*  novelty in the form of warm  Wiut*r n^u  ;for both 1MI*, ann^^S, Sh������S  .poll held at Harvey ereek, so that a deputy  I ated te p rb to k e; a b reach of the p eace, on retu rni og. rofi1 o e r b as 11 epes sari j y been ������it{>.  preceding day. * pointed foreach of the two places. However,  Complainant testified thaion Monday after- this week the only^veler on Keithley creek j nondent of the Mainland Guardian says tha*  noon Jones came mto his office in Barkerville has left there and come over here, so that, [here ig an lJnueua} desire to know all aheu?  to pettle some business.   There was some dm- unless some one of the Harvey creek men j British Columbia and ���������Vancouver Island, and  happen to be down,-there will probably  pute about the settlement. When the business  was concluded went into the baok room. As  defendant was going out of front door he  called witness a d���������d sou of a b���������. Witness  oame bask into the office, and defendant go-  not  be a single vote recorded at the -mouth ol  Keithley. Thus we see the province is put to  the extra ex peuse. of ���������. ha v ieg two .po 11 ing'  p 1 aces- i nstead of one th ro u g h the a bsu rd i ly  ing into tha street picked up a large rock in \ of taking the matter out of the hands of the.  eaeh hand and continued bis abuse, calling  witness a liar, thief,and other bad names, and  challenging him to come ohf.  I). L. Sallantioe .eorroboratsd the evidenee  of eompkinant.  Mr Barnston addressed the Court on behalf  Shoe Findings and Groceries are als������ keptM the fag'oseeutiou. commsntingonthe violent  on  band. ^Boota made to order;^frGm beat ieondwet of defendant, which might have led  rettirning oSicer, for which we can see no ap  parent, can ee *y and we presnine that o^ic������ a  proclamation has been naned and a polling  place nominated tlierein it is as irrevocably  fixed as by tbe laws of the Medea an4 Persians.  ExraBss,AN-n������A7TA Mo^iraes^^Barnard  Koreas; may K* expWiea to-dav  mail on *a ��������� M���������    *��������� "  Ibe  mail stage will ina*k������8 three trips  vera ber.  Talk Bi,KCTrox-  ledicafe that  43oxoo have  The  Smithy  Hobim  reports  *on and  to a Heriows disturbance.  that a colony of One hiuidred good sattlerft  from Bruse eonnty is preparing to start ne^i  sprisg for tbe Fraser walley;  " Thkj Gor.nKSf CrTr?' is the title ef a very  neat weekly newspaper of thirty six columns,  chiefly devoted to litaraturs, published in San  Francisco, copies of .which; bav*������ been ������ent to  us bv the publishefaviiessrs. G. De Young <fe  Co.-'- ���������. >���������'"'������������������       ' ' At- .   y ';���������"'  ��������� ���������'^w.'j.y.ii nwiiHBW*  .ii wn a, imhj v^&ait&twwixam  my  Thk Weathkr, since the commencement of  the inonta, has been generally mild with seme  twc^i ^s   ��������� i ft5r , ssaira^ ���������kro* ul. ������   ��������������� a -I f*������*i and yesterday a heavy shower of snow, j  ?*'������������^ -im!***** *- SKlSttSSK i G0^R^ENT StREET,TICTOEIA, VX  bim for #ta*eoal by a mini-ng company on  Lightning creek of which defendant was a  member. The former foreman of the eom-  pfany had io.ld bim ibat Mr. Byrnes would pay  bim. The latter wanted to charge $1 75 commission fc������ colleoti������gf;-it."to which witness de-  bei&a eteete^Okanageipji;;^, raurred.   Cemplainant Anally gave him a������  There isieifough snow to make good sleighing  betwesn Richfield and Van winkle.  Ws beg tofcall attention to the announce-  Bient in another column by Mrs Michael of  her having opened the salooh end I lodging  house, formerly occupied byJfr   Ifcwrst^iJ of ������fc*,k*r|?&<*&   *-- ;"  AS ON HAXrVAND ISC0N9TANTLY re^'jinj, *  aad VBSTIN03, whlcfe h* is prepared to wait������ ta  ���������nierin tbt most appnered styles,     . . 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J'ilA>^ir;/vw-'*"!*    ���������'  v^^/^>*������ ^v^vj v" -A^ur; rft :rT ;  v 7 ' ��������� 't;'^:  .b^-no'M iQitering, Ws: otherr liiies^do^or* this  'aeserug  *^Mse?^>���������* mwiii!^r|! bave from yire^       IfftlEL AN& BOAEDIIG HOUSE    '   FOR JALE),& INTERMEDIATE ^BLACES.  * ^ tH^o>ii havereach fmW *00t0rr<^^~~0    __. j. v^i_ *.. ^]/y7\^  ftdRlftlJt!^ th'  a^M!!S^*!^ Expiress- anct  article's tha t can- be got i u' Can boo, a 11 d th e Bar wi t U  ^thO; xrx:'x;ry:: r:x,tr--yy ���������������������������"���������/: :=.'  '''sit"VV*>r-V*������-.i7>i^Hl-^7!,^ jfrv  -*���������,-  y'  !- '^l^'^^iina^i^  'j Stanley;;(Jloiitlv liastfclfance Creefc^ I '���������"''"'"''" M? -'*''  ���������^ ::iivi:.^,^'" Ajwil;20,:-M215 -; M. ���������"v--.:.',, ^;--:-'siji22';l  ti<a:..iZi..  ��������� .���������; :^^nmUs^byQii o~ ;'s j @^m|lj'f p^&^ia'p>f (ng  ���������;: i^]Kjitt^)f;^Eari G!rantill0������s iSp^ch;jafeAiaii-  ;    ������h*������Hi������iy He saKl.r^i^yiil^ent  f io the fWash 1 mgtonjtreatyfiMhich *^Mr?:^Ashton:*  ''; ^ikttofj^^fli^k^^b^miStf������ ;i^b^ls^Ve i#!M'v A^0r[ y;x~^Ax0X 0^^'yx'X  ::"������������������' *o be^a greai^ccbihpltshmeht '(^tween 'Herald and Flaffa-nli  ���������./v^est^o^jile'^i^ ������������������ ���������  '      " 7:  in t^Itoiise.of; Lor^io^haying^Ujoo; much!  ������ o in p 1 i hi en ted all who; wem "cp nnee tedr i with  ���������X:0'Wi0  i;*.fr.li*  iBTTB^^>^EASUR^=^LOAT? -1  / i AxA0$X&&'%&&': FRBIGH^ *&K& PASSENGERS:  ':i;''.:;'ATY-:'.!S'WiT  tt? J^':Coilcclion.i,'Comi^lRsions and ^enljrjil' Express,  business done ?with'"puhcttSal1 ty Vim* dispatch ;���������"' '' "   "l  ������������������:?JjSfifr Ofilce^otjthe.Caribotj-AfechTcy*nt< v^*������������������'^'-^K>X  ':': Allt. DAviD;kurtz?s^stqkf/, 0  :/ap29 ���������..-,���������������������������:���������;       ; Barkerville.  GRAWDHOTEtBUILDING, "  v ".:^'" v^A^^fRiC'itb 1 seoyjZ)u������/y x0..y  "���������'���������' . :������������������; '������������������j-:: Pi'- ;.f;G"V-' -' -'*VA * '''"���������t' -J i-' * - ���������"-* '^' ':1 'f^     *?'* f ��������� ''"J  '; ��������� $#}?.t������'-':'ii?i^V^-i*.'':.' i.������ j.*iii-.-;si'-���������������������}.;.':. ^[^ Nx: %':..XA ���������'l/r,;';������������������  r ;;.;jl!^.hi*for������.Ci^cuiars^ahd^sapples; of V,!*  I -Htfti Wor^-Aciivo^Ai^n^W  , '-.^ii^^ :";U������-.t ;ti':,> .;^; 'fJiriKTR-'fifVl- ���������:������������������'���������������.('. ���������- .?y f-jV,:;i>.i-'  ���������!   '���������yeryjilacs^..       ,, ^.. 4.(.', , ^ I-:. .-;������^ --��������� '���������  :;,:"'' ;':\''^.A-^':::R^^ Airerit.",' :>-!  :7. eip 6mv . ;.;V^^'vii--v<������:i^ietprift,J?!a.'ir  '"-::^j\';;ja^;I:.;';*: v^y ^ ^^^l1* .* "y^**"  irlXxliAtr x-y  -.���������������������������-������������������VfeS&M?'  ���������*fc.isf.*- -..n������.*������U ���������'���������^���������*|.i   f.  ^;;^^n<  '.���������~ti<ii'������:-k  1-? ..  .'  5P5  A.-'���������-���������; -VICTORIA, BXI ;;M  ���������aKdrew ; astrico,: :-''��������� .  ������������������%^.^'qii ���������;  i-l^'V  :iTho'moptcoihmodious and elehh Jfotel in Vieiorin;  IU8������,jnt|ncte{lon tho Euh^eanprinciple. The table  Is.. Jll PP* 1Q>������ with - tl i 0 .very r best th e iiVa rice t a (ford iift* ��������� '���������'���������  ^-werfls- at fill hours of .tH.c? day... Private; Dining  Rooms-lor Funijiles. ';    / v������������������������i,  Board and -Lodging-per weokv'$3-60 and $^50.  ��������� % ltt% *1'; Smrfl.������'ineal.������,37^cerits.   fi������J fefc;'  ���������nca- fireproof 8afo,yn; th^:Hnu������������. "r ������������������;: .j biv^Rm'  '..a  ������������������Mk  the tpeatyv '..^vca'nqot * regret one wprd.u i  thinkawet all rsee the reanI ts,. b"f ?th'o 1 treaty  fvery'da*. = It Is'.a-:gfeath'toing '.'t-h'afe "Great  Ufita1^������|fllfe! .J&ilt^.^a^ ttoS^Wijrl3  tormented! tp ' decide^ by,,, amicable.:. in eans[ a  <iuantity of ������'omplicated qaeations. and'estab^  jKsli^l,it.good %Hngi which ehould exist be-r  twee ii '\ the. t vvo ������ria tl 0 ns. ��������� : It don Hr bel ie ve % tha t f ���������' *  if onevof onr lai^e towns %ul been biirnea^an'��������� VfallrriiVhrir&K "^r   nU  .dowrr!boWHyrai)M ^        .  X^^^gil   6?   U  ���������than has been.   Not only is Manchester con-'  ������very other paifroMhe*^^  wilh the calamity we"^gfetso mucfi'fte ia- ;������������������.:!���������.:.... Ax*-������������������77'* ^7 yr.ti ,:      Ayi-  liab i tan ts of, Ch icBgo> Mv e'. suffe r ed * On th"^ $& a r% i> tL*i % #i ���������> v -. ��������� " - *r������ ���������- ��������� ��������� - J '" ��������� ^  other hana^%lvvl8������#������S^^  in or 0 f a Fe 11 ia n in v asio n, and tel eg r ap bed at  once to Mr Fish/who informed rtle tho:ivery f'"'"  ���������  next 4^thai...Ms^ alrpadr  ���������sent rn������i r 11c I ion a a nd" g i v en o rde i'a 0 f a -v ery  atiing^iit-.ohai'ueto;-; 'an^I^ l^iye also, heard,  thorigh from very nu^rei' fel^ra-^l-A/lbitt't^e'  AineriMifl- or<^r?>)Wl vfen^b^d arif this  -^;;;Steamer" ^btAoria.  ONrkK^kFrERtHiJiSTHMAy, THE S1EAMER  Victoria; \V .  rill  ���������&< '���������������������������   '!      i'!(  ������������������  h- >;   LEAVE'SOWtREEK  :Connecting next day with the Steamer ENTERPRISE  ��������� -��������� *> f i tf -V ^at.Qo^ton w^od: Ouny 60/,--. r: >i r. * j*���������' ������*j; ���������  </���������  XlA-mhU liEA^E^QlTESNEL ���������' '��������� *���������' ^  ''������������������'���������   ���������'   On the dq-ivn'trip cverv       .-/������������������*-.  Treight.frpm JSoda Creek to Upper Canyon ^v/^Kota  1''"'     "    "Queancl/.;; '   r.i A" ������a ":"  ]# ots,.  Fare from Podii Creek,to Upper "Citnyon........:.,, ,'$ib  l?iire Irom Quesne! 10 ; i��������� \* * - r-��������������� j���������'* ,*\.;...;V,"' 3  Fa.re I rom .���������&niu Creek to;Qu esael.:.���������.',.::;.;.-;. ;���������.;..;.. fi:  "   Quesnei;. May 12,. 1S7U,,��������� ��������� 4 *, r A..,,    ;, my20  "' ��������� '-��������� "���������; -'; "' "'-'' : '���������''"CelebnuoU ; .;,'' A v.; ,,', ���������; v............  wG^^;s.ti|R^ii^EI^UG������^;::  ��������� 4;  \  Dee la re d b;j. C.on upisseu r s t b.b e;.; = 1 ry ft ^   v "���������v v  F^TiiiEr:pN^y...^ogJaijce.;-':/ ^  public is hereby infornicd thatUi^onry.M'ay^proi *'-'''-  c u r e tire gen ul ire, i s 10        ...:  ; ���������, j y,^ \ ^00   ,   -; ���������  ASK VOR'LEA &V,PEBEmS^  SAXJt$y-'������  and 10 see that their n a n 1 e s a ro upon t Ii e w luveaa  :/H '  have, been gorged, :^fnn������!' V* give UoficefhaMmy '���������;'.'  ha v e. f urn ished., t \) v i t.:,e<>r rep pon fi e iii s.'\v j 1 h- jwnVe'r*of:������������������  rittorhey to ^k6 ilistant��������� prw'edj'n^ AfealssV ma^- : ''(  r a ot v Am f a n d v k> n oh a 01 s u c fi,' Vr.a n y .6th ef i m i ta- ���������  ;i-'.;" ������������������' ���������lHK3fTDi9afl*f,RO^^:r::i?--Vj* ���������  ���������:-   v; ;' :- ���������    i :..-��������� S/H-.i^^'r:-: . ;���������*.' "  !��������� r'"  v i*  MANDFAGTC7RE STEAM ENGINES ^AKD BOILERS  either High or Low Tressure,' ...i ..-���������.. '^  ;::.; yy h olgs J.c ,a ad ,f or ex po r tli v 1 h evPr nprici tors, TVor*  dfistor;Crosse and Bln.qlc.well, Lontlon. &c?, &c, ^ahd* -;  by Orocfers aird 0f 1 m on u n i rersii11 y. v   ' ";} ?  *:f. ri     I  ���������m'.������ .-i'Vv^S'  .ASlJPptY.OF/rHE  *M<wlrim'^i������  .-a- i tli. I r.on and S tool A xl (���������<?', S team ]������1b|6 >'i it i ngs, & <j   ...  ���������' Airorde���������-p^  mr> Works, in 5Ictonass    ��������� ��������� > ^ ���������?���������    "*a71*-"! ���������" -h, * 3*  ��������� ������������������ aiytS 6ia   ..,. V JA5fiiTP.|r',I8VZJf df T'mprietarSj! ^  ,i������ ^nuu ill.   , _,    ,:,      . f. ���������iX,j| j- ���������      ',*", ;^.;'������    ft������ q-1    "T?X ' .  " '    r:  J3������T A fraHaral Expre^vb'fl's.inesp,co^d������ict*<^.%>:;^ ������" '' '

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