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 f:  i\X  Bdrkeryme, Wolliams Cree  >v.^  f-&  ft--  1  Of ������������������;���������  ������;-  1 *> .....  ar.-  ���������������''���������'  )f-;-  >;..::  " LETTER ^ROM VICTORIA^No, IIL   J  '' ^'^ctfr^ ;���������  The chief abd-ihe earliest: eveilt 8ince;my  last is the investigation into the' loss of the  Cabouchere���������which has already lasted for two  days and now- stand*adjourned -till after the  Afl99izes.    It has been held under a commission from the Governor addressed to the Chief  Justice.    The leading idea after reading or  hearing the evidence;so'far adduced is, that  the ship and cargo might have been saved.  This fact is brought out chiefly in tbe examination of Mr. A. J. Chambers, the chief officer,  who gives it as his opinion that the vessel  could have been, run asjiore in the neighborhood of Drakes Bay.,., He seems to have been  clear as to the position oif the vessel, guided  as he was by the Karallones'j light,���������which like  Los Reyes are clusters of rocks or.r?efe~  which was also noticed by the Captain. Again,  the bark Glimpse wos,*if not at an anchor, at  all erents passed by the Labouchere within  hailing distauce...'...It-is remarkable: that -Capt.'  Mouat did not get any exact information as ti  his whereabouts or any help'from that vessel.  But keeping in view the-want of harmony between the Capt and the mate, and whichcomes  put distinctly, in the evidence;  the former  stating that he told^Mrr Chambers they were  to separate on arrival in Victoria, and tbe later testifying that to:the knowledge of all the  rew the Capt'. snubbed him ; I say, bearing  in mind the disagreement between these officers, it appears that the Capt was very much  'of-the opinion of his first officer.'   Not thinking, that-there. was so much v danger. as there  ' ventualiy proved jto.be, be kept the ship about  a the same position, making short tacks of  alf an hour each, with the intention as soon  jas daylight afforded.^ accurate observation to  '" hoose a convenient' place and run her ashore.  "nfortunately, ,owing to -circumstances to  hich I will further alludepresently, the wafer between_2���������and .3_ium. got so rapidly worse  hat immediate steps had to be taken for the  reservation of-4he lives :of those j on hoard.  (Uckily the vessel was 'well ��������� prov idea -with  pats���������five - extra boats"''-'being- on������board - as  reight, I believe all for Johnny .Reid. bur fer-  yraan.    Mr. Chambers, with7 or without or-  ers, having the instinct of .self-preservation  arge,. took an early opportunity of going  shore;1 though; injustice to him, we must say  e promptly returned.   It drew forth an angry  acclamation from the Captain, which he after-  ards followed up by a charge of desertion  |fiid a refusal to pay his wages, though he paid  fbis (Mr. Chambers') fare up to Victoria on be-  ^Jng so advised by the agents,.Messrs. Falkner,  |BBelL&.Co.    The Captain, by the evidence of  fljPclward. Dickenson, made every effort to save  mmhe mail���������the letters.   These had been stowed  llRrway in a place called tbe lazarette, under the  ^poor of the ladies' cabin.   Nothing but news-  pj|fPaPer bags could be-reached, and these were  MPttlled out of tbe water.'  A valuable package,  ^fflFhich Proved to.be.gold watches, 3onsigned  r^E? E'Marks & C������M and a sma11 P������rtion of Wells,  W1^ & Co/s Express, out of the cabin, were  ^Saved. The whole affair was so immediate a  ^E|Kue th.at ^e last boat had not left, according  l^llF? a11 the evidence, from 5 to 8 minutes before  ImW'P went down, in what was called 30  -BBPT"*3- Thus Gapt-Mouat, whose coolness  NNfflEaa brav^y no������e could doubt, simply through  ti3P4 access-of caution- (looking for an appro-  'gSRf������te; PlaceV disbelieving ia,.or unaware of  fiHIbeexfeent of 'the danger, lost his vessel.. And  JgH10* we come to the most disastrous part of  ggF������ matter, and.no goubt. the indirect.-if-not  BHK0*,!11"6' cause of Jbe sudden foundering of  ���������RS^an?ier5^pt: Mouatia hisevidence states  WStt ^dl^ C?llld nofc he disconnected  ME^?*?, le^e en^ine work tiie Pumps sepa-  Pfcfr ������,What *M fche consequence ?P In ot  ���������E"J 'be ���������m.��������� might pump effectually  BV* vessel was urged on at full speed: the  HKr^ht IT coris^f *% very much increas-  HKii a , bows, and the water gained rapidly;  HW" flres were put outaoon after 6. -It fi ?iSt  ISenlt1Sm        afc thel������  wave Deen the means of sav ng the'vesqpl hv  mL^tlP'^0 ant'c1Pa������*s wrecking 28  Ti SL^F. 1���������������R-P������M   foe directcaufe of  I  IitioXeL���������������wiD.SLto the,runaccustomed po-  surrounded by so  pil the  Pompa  ("���������for���������* Ikoy were  pve BteerBd <.ily /ds t(\fche we8tward would  r    Kered'$*������Pm that fatal nek,  R������>  iri:conclusion, never was such a fortunate shipwreck. -At the worst account, and th^t doubtful .but two lives lost; a yessel to keep afloat  fr,om lOjp.m., till 8 a.m., after a fatal accident 1  ; Tuesday, ath May, was the first arid;the last  day of the Assizes;  the last fact speaks volumes for .the state of, our society.    The two  only cases at all important were those of Tom,  the Russian,' for burglary, for which, according to the evidence, I think he really deserved  the verdict of ."guilty,"  though, the jury  ���������brought him in '^riot-guilty,^ contrary to the  direct charge of tbe Judge.   Fancy a man employed for months about certain premises, then  discharged; a safe key (a duplicate) is missed  while he is there; a friend of long standing  and a fellow countryman deposes that be has  seen a key in Tom's possession similar to tbe  key.of the safe shown, all but the brass ring;  Tom.tells him he is making keys; further, he  will soon be rich, and for a reason, he has the  keysi of_Eugene Thomas^ safe; on a given day  the safe"is found open but uninjured, the safe  drawer forced andlthe.gold coin abstracted;  the skylight is.broken and a cord found dangling'therefrom; Tom had; been employed on  the roof to clean the flue of the chimney, and  since be bad-left Thomas' employ had passed  a term in the chain-gang.   Would not Tom be  very apt to be^ considered the delinquent?  No, he was "not guilty."  The other was the famous Copland robbery,  in,which;it came out that the Copland's did  lose the $3500 out of an iron box, not their.  safe; that they had been counting it over as  late as half, past one on Sunday afternoon, the  day they; lost it all; that Mrs. Copland went  to the street door, to admit a gentleman who  called, and held it in her apron during the  whole time of his visit;- that Mr. and Mrs. Copland went out for a drive in the afternoon,  leaving all this ;money in a somewhat portable  and very- slight;-iron box, not-their regular  safe;; that on ��������� their way home they met and  saw Ah Sam, the Doctor, who is believed to be  no Doctor at all,.with apparently something  heavy in his pockets, trying to elude observation,no doubt their, gold:; that the delectable  Joe;; who "'-iadm mistered t heir * cooking at one  time, had handed to Mrs. Cop Ianti a small  stone, described by ber in Court as between  the size of a. pea. and bean, split in two, to put  in her eye to cure her blindness, but which  produced great pain instead; that Joe wished,  fruitlessly, for Mrs. Copland had iost.it, to recover and return to the Dr. this stone, which  he valued at $400 to $500, and in default of  which he said he (Joe) might have to go as a  slave for five years.: All this was very interesting; and still more so Joe?s.confession to  Mrs. Copland, in the prison yard, that the bulk  of .the money was sent to Port Townsend in a  canoe,, in charge pf one Ah Sa and another  Chinaman.   Tbe only wonderful thing is that  Mr. Copland, who spared no expense in ferreting out the robbers, having, as I am credibly  informed, paid $300 in hard cash to some Chinese who informed him of the place of concealment of Ah Sam, ��������� the Doctor, and Joe���������  and who showed considerable pluck and great  shrewdness in the who affair���������the only wonder  I say is that Mr. Copland did not send across  to Port Townsend, or the Sound generally���������  though perhaps he did���������to arrest and search  all and suudry Chinese coming over in a canoe.   His enemies and robbers, the Doctor and  Joe, were found guilty and sentenced to three  years each; in the chain-gang* '  One,remark which his honor the Chief Justice made at the opening case I trust will be  taken up and echoed and re-echoed in every  Court of Justice in which the arms of Britain  are found surmounting the Judge's, canopyy  It was oh the occasion of the trial of an undefended criminal, and he a foreigner: "Is  there no gentleman of the Bar, Mr. Attorney,  (the Attorney General) who will watch the  case for the prisoner? In England there are  never wanting gentlemen of the Bar to assist  an undefended prisoner.; This Colony has  quite as many gentlemen of the profession in  proportion to criminal cases as are to be found  in England. I should wish it more particularly in this case, as the prisoner is a foreigner."  Well done Chief Justice Needham 1 Well done  British good feeling and fair play 1 A fair field  and no favor all the world over. Mr. Ring  subsequently took the case.  Our last sensation itiem of intelligence received is that of the bombardment of the city  of Valparasio.  ������������������lll.������lll.������ I II. I   I   I I   i     i i In'       I    I     -'.'.'  Advertising.��������� A French editor has given  the following sensible .description of the effect  of an advertisement'���������: 14The first time a man  sees an; advertisement he takes no notioe of it;  the second time he looks atthe name; the, third  time be looks at'the price; the fouytn time he  reads it; the fifth time he speaks of it to hia  wifej the sixth time he buys,"  u  ^The  Cariboo   Sentinel^  ���������7:   SEMI-WEEKIiY; PAPER. }  .0 ALL AN & LAMBKRT. Propwetors.  oirifriE���������Ba\RKERVILLE, Williams Ckeeb:, Car������oj>.  j- ��������������������������� '.-.;: Subscription, $1 per week,*       '  (Induing cost of delivery,) P.iyabb to the Carrier.  BANKS^EXPRESSES,-^c^  BRMlii|:pL#Bii  :     .RE A D I N G    R O O M  ���������'.'���������A     '    .    ,' .      .   AN������  Circulating   Library!  70 CAMERONTON, WILLIAMS CREEK.    .  ^PKE TERilS OF SUSCRir-TiONhave boen rsduftid to  1 $2p'irmonth; above 400 voturafs of Now Works  hivvo hoen onlylitely added to tho circul itlng Library,  ani more ard lixpicted daily.    Parti.>s* aro solicited to  subscribe. ..-..-. ���������'".���������:  1:;   ' JOHN BOWRON, Librarian;  '0'  '<W&:  PAID UPVCAFJJAL^     -      .  .: $1,662,500,  :,.. .,^.;(With|SS^:t6 Increaafi--.--��������� ��������� ������������������  ��������������������������� y-XirnX'-l    .' ���������'/-'.:. ���������   ���������  ACKEISTZIE,  barkerville/; ;  DEALER IN  rlARDfiE  CARPENTERS' & MINERS^ TOOI-S,  Iron   Gar  POWDER, FUSE, &c, <fcc.  Cast  DRAPrS'ISSUED|)N;THE BANK'S^RaNCOTS,  IN.VA^OUVER.ISLAND,   x 0  VKJI^tiA^D NANAIMO; . :   ::  : mBtiTISH COLUMBIA^       !  NEW WESTMINSTER YALE, MOUTH OF QUS8KIL  '0X ^^TBteg^ X.  ' SAN; FkA'nMCO,^ PORTLAND, Oreow. '. ��������� -  , 6N,THE;-BAN^|f:;m6n^        IN CANADA, ���������: \  Moatreal, Torf.nto^nebec, Eimilton, LonWoo, Etsi-  tstonr eobom^B^ViiJ;., Brihtror.', Bfo������k'������"   ";  ':,  :- ville,Wbitb\p><Herboro, Ottawa, Guolph, - '    ' ���������  .  ���������'������������������ ;,���������:'.; Goaericfc^lratfori,PicU)n, Perth.   . ' v.  ���������*.-, /-��������� ���������  ���������> .r-Sim^Si-.-.Catherines; ���������-..-,-    ������������������-.���������.;  ON NEW YORK^gja3fV^rs:-BELL& Gundrt, (Afanti-  ' -^lOr.the Bank of -Montreal,���������������������������������.   ���������-..-.  ON SCOTLAND--TOS^BRITISH LINEN CO.'S BAKI  .'������������������������������������    '-.\   ������������������ *���������  ���������    ��������� -.-'.���������:j3&&l&.?fr*>..A 'AA   :   .-. .-���������-   ���������-   ..���������    .".���������:      ������. . ':  'X?SSEi  ALSO  ON IRELAND���������XH^mBASK OF IREUND, LIMITBB  ��������� ���������    XX.l-Xr. X-'.;Xm$:X;::. "./.;V-. 'I.'     '.-.: .:.���������-  ONENGLAND-THfc-BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,  7/7   ���������'   ''."���������;...:. ArMj^'P������^.I^mbariSt., Londcu.  .  CURREOT:it^WAte:oV^ned\      any amoiat-wt  ,iv.pl(?s8-.thHij On^ HuhWd/Dainrs. .  ' ��������� ��������� ��������� v   .-     '���������-..'/  Bills Dirxounted aM;C;0t:cted; anrl' BilIs of Exchbiijj*  oij Great' Britaiii^^n-Francisco oncl New Tork par.  chfiskdA[':Air':77^&x'-\' Ji:''   '��������� "   A'- ������������������ ���������  ���������  ' GoVfrnment" aivo^fiier^^''S^curlties rcc?ivod for >if������  istodyr-InterostswUDiyiUencls.collected.  . '���������"��������� -'��������� -rw^^^ ���������&:'��������� Ar 0^^100 '���������������������������-X-. i  STATIONERY  I  ;rr  WILLIAMS   CREEK  ������������������i-0 ���������'���������' '       ���������'    ���������'������������������ ' ������������������������������������'��������� A ������������������' '    ���������'   .-  Bakery, Coffee -Saloon.  Xtt:  M^r^1^.  BARKERVILLE,  MUNDORF   &  CO., Proprietors.  cus  Received on DsfeoB&or Aiv^ncss made upon tliea.  Meals ready at all hours.  E  FELDER  1  RICHFIELD,  CO.,  PEALER9 IV  PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, CLOTHING, &c  Storage and Commission.     .  ,  s ���������  COHEN   &   HOFFMAN,  BEALER3 IN '  CLOTHING & DRY GOODS  BARKERVILLE.  A large supply of Labies' Goods on the way.  E.   H COGENS,  G'ATij BusV^^^^&^^ayed, and.returai mai*  :>;.Ores of eveiyfd^e^pjIoiiCcaTetV^y^'say^ AA0. v.-  ���������; "-THE^BANK1 OF; ;  British   Noftll   Amgrioa,  =     Established i.n* 1830.      ���������       .  . Hea������ Ofkcb : 7,, ST. HELENS PLACE LONDON.  , DRAFTS ISSUED on London, New Tork, San Fraa-    '-  Cisco, C-tribob, Canida, Now Brunswick, NovaScoti*,  ani ������n all:tbe Branches of tbe N itional Bank of Soot--  land and Provincial Bank-of Irelml.  Bills of Exchange and G-old PurcriaBeA.  Interest on Special Deposits of Money allaw������ii At tk������  rate of a qiurur of one p-T cent, p.r month.  iiv^ipj^^"^^^.  BARKERVILLE���������A .joining the Express Office.  a [m^  BARKERVILLE.  M. J.  BLAGKMAN,  BARKERVILLE.  BARKERVILLE  BREWERY.  BREWER.  LEWIS   WILDE,  oot and 6liob  .;  BARKE^VtLLP,.  JAMES   PU'dDIE,  3KS.ifl  *1 Cxi FIE LB.  Gold DiT6T M^ltert and Assayed, and returai mat������  within 24hoursin Cin or Bars*.  Ores of every description carefully Assayed.  N B.-^Any instruct! >ns as to the disposal of tbe prft-  c^eds of GjI i Dust forwarded. to tbe office in Victoria  tor Assay will to. carefully atten led to.  J. G. SHEPHEHD, Sla������ag������r.  Victoria, V. I, April, 1868. l-s  BARNARD'S  Conn ������cf in^ at Lillooet; and Yale wi th BIETZ &  .    .NELSON'S for New Westminster &. Victorl-i,."',;,  WILL ARRIVE AND^^DEPART from":the offlca la  Barkerville,. to c nn ct with the steamer "En-  terprise13 atQu-Fn Imouth, un I. the-STAGES at Soda  Cr^ek, jEVEKY WEEK, c-^nvy ing Trk,st?rf, Let-  iER8 ������nl Vau'awes for all pirtB of the wort���������!.���������'������������������" Alio,  Commissions r-'C ived eii V forwarded by Exprseii /������r  the collection of Notes, Bills onl the, purchase of articles to be obtained at K������ Wystmlnsur, Vlctorh, San  Francisco or enroute, and returns made with fiispAtca..  j JOHN B. LOVELL,  ��������� 1-g-   ��������� Agent, B^rkervills.  Important to  !  .��������� . VAN WIS'KLE,   :  0$aler in all Unr2u of. Provisions. Clothing, &o������  $@������ S^blipi; fo^> jgews j a*y. Barloy w* Oau *���������  ���������������������������--������. rkM  Tho undersigned, is prepared to,  CLEAN BLACK SA&D, BLOWINGS .AM  1   PANNINGS,      .      .'..  Oh Comiulssinn, or will purchase any quantity oa ta*  Host Liberal Tkeus, at tue .  /Reading Room, Caxnerontdn,  The Subscriber is well known on Williams Creek, tn4  irom tUec-nilJenci r posed in Wm list Full la ta������  abayaI bu-ittiSS, he hOp.-s to r c ive the patronage ������  the Mining communiiy the e^uiflgJl2^IRoWBoN  NOTK5E.  BIG- SEKD, BRITISH COLUMBIA*  DTJBINS THE MININGSEASON tho.undfjsisned  will be prepared to execute Surveys ani u^naiAt  a General A^eaoy Bu*ia������ea. JOHN HORBfiS, ������$ix\  mm  \wr--"--:  t'l---  MS  1 :-:.-v.  x r.  ������  5W/.Tv'^y. .!.;.  0,7  ft  f ?.*  V.-.  4u.>m.������9������m    ^wAMa^C^WW) ������W**Mi .' AVl������Vft,r/;si!V������4K^-. -*jft{f������������������i������;  ������*������..  ���������ttifh- <js������>. ;������4r������.  ~S*H^������  *. 'to advertisers.  ��������� The "Cariboo Senim������fe*is published every Monday  ������Wd Thur'daT Advertisements intended for inser ������pn  *������SrtrS dSvirecl'at latestat 6o'clock, p. m:, the day  ; before publication. ";'.   ' .   " *"' " ~"    '���������'  ff|iCT!W|Sfi^E;  ;-���������-������������������ -   - THURSDAY, MAY;>1, 180*0. -  ' ������������������::��������� As ^ill be seen by referring to the report  of the proceedings before; the Deputy Registrarof thVSupremo Court.b^e, given in. our  ��������� coinmns this morning;that the recent decisions  'of'bur Supreme Court .^go-rcnclOTe^at  New Westminster and Lillooet, are receiving  their strict iuteVp'retatidhat^the hands of an  officer who knows the:'resppnsibility of his  ? vjosition, andhas.the manliness to decline: the  assumption of the dangerous consequences  that niightfall on himself,by carrying ouUhe  edicts of the Supreme. CoUrt, -.without being  authorized and empowered so to do% "When  xre consider the maitaer in which the bupreme  Court lias disposed of -the cases of'Eddy and  Waldron, i3it to bewoMerod at that an officer  holding;nb written auth'ontyi(and:;.this isjjab-  solutely necessary,), will do; an act .that might  perhaps bring dowriupb'nhim an action for  damages or even ^orse'-; -judge'Cox does not  ��������� refuse to execute the'brdcrs; of the Supreme  has always: been ;when '; any; emergency. has  presented itself j tb adt'in any * matter Where  Chis^serviceat are required; but; where, he- co.n-  cienciously conceives he would be committing  ��������� ' an illegal act, be iyery^viself shirks'the: duty,  'andwhocahbiamqxhiin:? Can Judge -Bcgbie  ' & do csb ? Can the Government do so ? \Ve shot tld  ��������� ���������;;think" not,: be :is ,simply declining to;make  ' himself a party ;tb:wliatj:. would; be called; an  lilfegal^prbcee'dihg.'vThefeiSbnly:one Registrar 'of the Supreme; Court;.and only  one  Sheriff io thisi''ColonV;?and Without a special  7 Reputation from:>eiuier^of these.; officers;.- no;  A.'oii'6'dare-'assume their.: duties .^wifaout render-  'itf* themselves ainenable tofthe law; ���������  ; :  :      Viewing the subject; in;any light we think  thaX the Government Will :arrive; attthe same  A, conclusion as ^e.^uiiUed voice pf the people  of this mining 'community baye come to���������that  ' ��������� tudge'G6x:bas:not;bhly^ performed a duty to  - "������������������'himself,"but':to* the������������������Goverrinfciit whose laws he  : rftithflilty^Mii^&^^^M tttbe regretted  : that any misunderstanding should .ansa between gentlemen holding high'official-positions;  ���������*under::the;Government of.this. Colony, but  ' then if the one forces the other to take up a po-  :..-sition which he believes'tbbe.right wre cannot  see how-it can' be avoided-.-, ��������� ���������.:     ���������;.. v. . V;  It certainly seems to us to' be high time Tor  .'.'the Government to adopt ac,tive measures Tor  x4he establish ment of a High Court-of Appeal.  The interests .of the whole country, from Car-  ; iboo to New Westminster, loudly demand such  0& reform in our judiciary, and we are sure the  people will not cease to urge it on the attention of the Government ,until the request has  been granted, "-i We have no hesitation instating that ��������� the institution of such- a- measure  . would: do more to tulay the present-dissatisfied  .state of the public mind than any other scheme  : ^-tliat could be introduced.     .-' ���������' ::     ',���������    ...>..  , last dollar in prdepecting, he may UnoT, wllen  he thinks he has reached the long hoped' for  goal of his ambition, that some more favoured  individual bad intended taking up the same  ground-long previously, but had neglected  either 'staking it off or recording it, a grave  error certainly, but one which can be expiated by filing", a bill in Equity, making a score  Or two of affidavits, and. paying his own costs  in a Chancery, suit, and this is what is balled  lEquity^" ���������������������������       ��������� '���������'A^xX-A-...-   AXr/A/A  I shall not at present make any remarks on  other recent arbitrary decisions? of the same  Judge, my.object.being merely to commence  the agitation of this subject^ and if the miners  are alive to their own interests, they will I  trust arouse from their, torpitude, and take  prompt steps to strike at the root of the. evil,  and by insisting on a reform of the law save  themselves from being crushed into,,the dust-  beneath this, terrible "one man power."   It is  ������w v..wpetition pr_._  pray ing for the abolition of appeals toChancery  in mining suits; nay,'more, that they insulted  the petitioners by referring the consideration  of the matter to a committee of lawyers., who,  as a matter of course, would never advise any  reform which would be likely to check lit-iga-  tioh,.and take the bread out of their own  raoii tbs. Next year howe vcr. 1 hope the re; wil 1  be some improvement' in the system of govern-  tTOentfbw fc- even -areounoiWike the, last,,i would-  jxnaiiumius iii. tnwn ��������� icnwivo w . ������v/ **v ;,iv,.bw.  treated as ignorant; irresponsible serfs. Other  colonies have been misgoverned before now,  but they have also set us the example, of showing that determined.resistance to misrule by  constitutibnalraeans,1 willi'eventually remove  it, that no man or uo clique can long continue  to exercise arbit ary power,' or make .vexatious  exactions; against the will of the people, (and  that the. sooner decisive measures are;adopted  the sooner will the incubus be removed.." ' -;  7A0 ,.     ;:;";������������������>���������.-:���������'-;'^.3ilNER,-'  f   -- ng7 g gilLette:,  liliri^TG-  SITRVEyOR,  .������������������ ;;.      CAMER0NTOWNT. ���������    7:  NOTICE.  THE GO-PARTNEKSHIP heretofore existing between  Messrs. J. B. CHANCELLIER-,ind" 8'. GUN 10 has  hcen dissolved to-day by mutual agreement. ��������� Mr. Canio  remains sole proprietor of the Barkerville Brewery. .  'Williams Creek, May 23rd, 1800. ���������    6-lm  J>    K.    ^UTER     &   ������������������OO..yr-r  Commission ^Ag; exit's.  AND  DEBT COLLECTORS.  Bankrupt Affairs wound up and Balance Sheets prev  purcl; fining Accounts carefully made,up;> All kinds  of Forms and agreements drawn, and every.'oilier des-  cripliqir of business promptly attended to.  jQSy'Olllcc���������RICHFIELD,'near the Court House.'  .5  REMOYAL~OF aOQDa  H.   C,  WILMpTT/    ,  ;T>EGS.TO INTORM THE MERCHANTS Atfb.PUBLIC  X> of Williams Creek that he is prepared, at the shortest notice, to remove goods of every description '.with  care between* the towns of Rich field,- Barkerville. and  Camcrontown, at reasonable rates; . ���������....-������������������  .R;chfielu,l.AIav21sL1866.'      ��������� ���������> ���������  'A, ���������  .     &  ���������BOMBARDMENT OF VALPARAISO.  A San Francisco, May 14.���������The  from Panama April 50th, with 1  The-;Golden'City  New York pas-  ii������A..  mx  '10$  00  xrA. ���������  ixr.  (,<'}fan', vain man, dollied with a little brief authority,  Flays such fantastic tricks before high heaven, as make  the angels* weep." '           '  To this .EtfrTQiv .of. tub J.^'OARrBOO^ Sentixet^j  Sir,���������I am glad to see that you are. taking  : a decided position in opposition to the absurd  and vexatious system of litigation, which the  . Chief Justice-of.this colony is, most unfortunately for his own reputation, and the interests  ' of the mining community, encouraging and  prompting.  The late decision in the Borealis &  ��������� Watson case, strikes me as being the most flagrant and arbitrary stretches of power that has  over been committed by an individual occupying the position.of a Judge, a position where  the man should be sunk in the exponent of the  . law, on the interpretation of which by its Administrator (in our unfortunate colony), owing  to the'want.of.an "appellate court,- the whole  welfare of the community depends, and the  power of giving which invests their author  with the functions of an autocrat.     From be-  giniug to end the document which has appeared in print-bearing the signature of the Chief  Justice, is a most ingenious piece of special  pleading, which might do credit-to a counsel  trying to make the best of a bad case, but ill  becomes a Judge.    It tells us plainly that we  have mining laws containing explicit provisions as to the-manner in which claims should  be:taken up and held, but. at the same .time  that any-parties having money enough to stand  the costs of a Chancery suit,may omit to comply with these-provisions and. set. the Jaw at  dehance ; it tends^to create a feeling, of inse-  .curi ty as to the '.value of every title, no man  is secure if he-strikes a-good claim, :>s after  sengers to the 21st, arrived this ?morning.  : "Valparaiso was bombarded by the Spanish  Fleet, and& perMon oTme town laid in ruins.  Letters io the Panama 'Herald7 says th*it :on  the 31st, the morning of the threatened4)om-  bardmenlv' H. M.{frigates Sutlej and;. Leander,  with the Devastation and storeship Nerens,  left the bay and anchored outside. The American ships also had to leave about S ;a.; m/Tlie  enemy;s vessels took up position against the  town���������the Resolution opposite Vaiiney station  Villa de Madrid and Blanche, 1200 yards' from  Custom House, Vencedora closevin to .destroy  dwellings, and the ship Namancia .remained  outside signalling orders. At 9, a. m., the  Blanche opened on the Custom House, and the  others followed on each available point on  which to pour destruction. - For nearly three  hours the fire was kept up without intermission.  At 12.if; the squadron drew off. Erom-15 millions to 20 millions worth of property was destroyed���������nearly all belonging to English,  American and other foreign merchants;. All  the commercial-part of the town was destroyed  The Spanish Admiral haying received orders  from. Madrid to. desiroy . to the utmost all  Chilian and Peruvian towns on the coast, on  March"27th notified the foreign representatives  that in four days he would bombard the city.  Every foreign .representative, protested m the  most '.energetic manner.. Th e> -Sritisk^rcaidon ts  were promised protection by the English  squadron, and the American Commodore  promptly placed his squadron for co-operation, should the threatened bombardment be  attempted.,  The Representative of France was equally  ready to join to prevent the atrocity; but at  last the English Admiral withdrew and said  he could not interfere except diplomatically���������  that British interests must look out for themselves on shore. Commodore Rodgers shrank  from undertaking active assistance. While  the negotiations were going on time was lost  to the neutrals, and when the day of bombardment came, the property was still'in the Custom House stores. The conduct of the British  Admiral is loudly condemned by the English  residents.    129 shots wero fired.  0/x0 '^M^^^MSi  Tlie Steamer aEnteypii'se^  ;;    ��������� :Will leave SODA CREEE ���������   \:  MONDAY ifc;THURSDAY: MORNINGS, ]  ';     -;':.;: ���������" AT "DAYLIGHT;:   :   //'���������''''7  ���������:.��������� .. ' ^wmaeave^QUESNELi;''  xi/yA  .WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNINGS  ���������' ;   *  AT 6 O'CLOCK,   '      '/7''. .  Connecting atSodaCreek witb Barnard's Staoks on  Wednesday's trip down arid Thursday's trip up.'  ^^Freight to Quesnel 14 cts. ^jj);lb.:'y~- k  Steamer 'Enterprise,' "V '   '.' ���������.' .-,'"    !    .' ��������� - :*.''���������':  '������������������. May-21st, 1866.   -".j- '     (-yX     'Ail ���������-;"5 ���������'  Williams Creek   Plume  :   Ordinance; 1866^ 'Mi  SM 6 T 1 C EwTO   M I NERS:  u  /THE .W1LLUMS, CREEK BED.'ROCK .FLUME A\TD  1 DiTcii Company, Limited, call the attention of Miners to J<Tho \Villiarns;Creek; Flume ^Ordinance, 1866,"  a copy-of which can bo seen nt their.'ofll.ee*,-aiid hereby  caution;all persons not to trespass on any.ground nor  interfere with any rights and privileges therein granted  to the Company. --���������'-"        ���������'���������"  -.'.-.,.;  ���������'    ���������::���������:���������.-���������.���������.������������������ ���������     : : E. A: WADHAMS;. ���������  .,"  (.-.        . Secretary..'  Richfield, 16th May, 1S66.  44w.  ���������:     .   :CA>iERONTOWN, .-���������  C FULTON, Proprietor.  There is no distillery kept in this establishment,  and strychnine and rot-gut find no place here.. . 2  INFORMATION  WANTED  A- S TO THK: PLACE OF RESIDEXCE of Alexander  *A Haiivy McNabb, from Norval,-. C." W.y when last  beard from was at Lillooet ahout to cross the mountains  East. Parlies who. can give information will please  communicate with John McNabb; Esq., Toronto, C. W.,  or Mr. Ji H. Wright, Williams Creek. If the said' A.  H: McNabb applies to Mr. Wright ho will hear of something to his advantage. .'-.      x...-  .���������.    , ... 1-lm ���������  CAJffiRONTOWN.v        "'  THE TJNBER3IGNEI> HAS OPENED .THE ABov?  Hotel and,Restauraiit', and'is nV)>VbrefliTJ  to receive.:Boarders; by;the week or day���������.. . ._.0^^  *   j^'Aflrs^clais.CO^K'hasheen^^ ^"T  ... Parties wishing to Board out this season will 2^,.  to'tlieir advantage to give him a call,, as his-house fi  cleanliness, .attention to customers,, and a.gopdTabh  cannot ho excelled.      -     -��������� '>  Pies, Coffee, -Chops,and Steaks at-aiihoun  1   . -��������������������������� ALEX,D. McIKXEs; Pro^  0������PEfHfIffR;&,eo.:  .;: I MM;$:Gi\&AftitM, r.:  . .'������������������       V        BJ^K^ViLLE,:   y:,/,]tt;  WHOLESALE AND. RETAIL DEALERS IN J ALL  :......:..:,;; A      Ai.:.KINDS OF ���������������������������; y-  pspisMs,; ll|upl| mm,  ^;':':;ci'OT'fi^av;  Xl ���������������������������'. v BOOTS - &   SHOES,   o .  Xifcn$&&i TOOLS/ See,  Beg to call the attention of Miners and others  ��������� 0.to Iheir fuil afesbftm'eht of.. SUPERIOR^QOODS  ....        .......which will bo sold". *���������" ".  jv;x".o.Q;$i;f;^Jfiip;E ii  to make room for a' NEW STOCK to 'arrive so sood a  ��������� y\   '  ;- : .   '.������������������;���������; the Roads arc open::       .- ,  . jES1* Liberal allowance *\pll; be; made fo  Rostaurant anfl Hotel'Keepers and the Trade generailj  oniarff������.orders. *--':'���������;" *"      ���������'       "i'r 7 '" :   I  ;v      wake up  y  ���������'.-���������       ���������    ;. ���������-'���������./ -=:���������   ; -    '���������:   ( 4W     A:-:.'.: ���������:  7r0\iiNiCH7^v^  -; ;=   ��������� ���������    ���������--..;��������� BarkerviUeV'B. .CA0.  ��������� Everything'is'done in connection with this establii!-  ment-to g4yo satisfaction to the customers/  ,-:��������� J8S" Meals at'=.all Itours. ..-������������������' ? ''-v" l  PFtAdER /fyyBRp/;:/--,  ERCHpTS,  BARKERVILLE,  .'.'.     .' .DEALERS ������r' .   -(     .'   Assorted Merchandize  .    Wholesale and Retail. .  GREAT   ATTRAGTI0N!  ':   EVERY EVENING,^ ...  .    AT THE  FASHI;0K: SAIGON,  BAKKERVILLE.  ALL LOVERS OF THE TERPISCHOREAN ART SB I  ibvitcil to call and enjoy themselves,-when n hear-f  welcome will be extended.  NOTICE IS-HEREBY GIVEN THAT  THE POST OF ETC  will, until further notice, bo kept at the  LIBRARY in CAMERONTOWN,  and Mr. JOHN BOWRON will he tlie Acting Postmaster  lUchdci  1st May, A.'D. 18(  B.C.,     )  WM. GEO. COX,  J. P  Itf  In the County  Court of British  Columbia  Holden at RichOeld.  IN  NEW  ADVERTISEMENTS.  ADVERTISEMENT.  LOST  FF THE STAGE, BETWEEN BLUE TENT aVND 150  v Mile House, one Box Books, addressed A. R Roh-  ��������� ..-.,^*,.i 'eetsox, Richfield.    Any personfinding the same and  rtwfclTeoTnplying with the law which fie. Slip-1Jeavlncit with any of..Harnard's Express Ajent3 will  .jMi:,������V'io.be IjiS projection, unci spending-hisp*^^Wy awarded. ..;.:-. .:>   -7;.  Arowrow-Bogus Company  (UNLIMITED.)  SOME SECOND HAND INJUNCTION'S on white men  and negroes, to be sold cheap.   Apply to the Secre-  lury and Foreman. 8  BANKRUPTCY.'   ���������  WHEREAS, a Petition for adjudication of Bankruptcy, has be������������n duly fil-M on tho 16tii day of May  last by waltm Long Ft ntcv, ol'Cameron town, Wil.  liamsCrenk, British Cohimhia, hue Restaurant and Saloon Keeper, and he having boon adjudicated a Bankrupt, is hereby r������'qViired to surrender himself to Win.  Geo. Cox, Esquire, the Judge of tlie above Court, lor a  first exmniimtiim on Friday tho 15th day of June next,  'at eleven o'clock in the morning precisely, and on  Monday, tho 16th day of July next, at 11 o'clock in the  morning precisely, at the Court House, Richfield; and  make a full discovery and disclosure of his cstato nnd  effects,, when and where the Creditors aro to come pro-  pared to prove their debts, and at the first sitting U  choose Assignees nnd at the lust silting the said Bankrupt is required to finish his examination.'  All persons indebted to the said Bankrupt or that  have any of his estate and effects aro not to pay or deliver the same but to.Mr. M. G., Phillip?, Esq,, the,Official Assignee appointed by the said Court." .";  "JOSEPH"PARK,"   ':;  *   Richfield j.  ,; ;. Counsel for Petitioner.  ���������Rithflcld, ITth Hay, 18,66.,, ,;  ' ��������� - ��������� ���������/ . , (.; -x::i'  .^-xThe.bcst.of AViw;es, Iiiquors and Sega^  aud Good Order observed. '"  '  1 ���������     '    " MARTIN k COOK, Prop'*  ms  BARKERVILLE,  MISS THURBKR & MR: LAWLESS, Prop^  rnjIIS HOUSE HAS BE^NEWtv.FITTED >KP������  i   tho Kostuurant principle with a view to������ihe con _  of-tho public, and will be conducted in a.^ej-fe  ensure the satisfaction of thoso who uro dispo^ ^  lavor the proprietors with their patronage. ||J  Meals at all Hours.   Good Beds.  n-y-The Bar is furnished with the best solectw  Liquors and Segars.  RICHFIELD.  Merchants and Dealers m  PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, LIQU0.B&'  ctrrr  01  L.  MOUTTET  & CO.,  WHOLESALE & RETAIL  RICHFIELD, Williams Creek, B.0.  !& HAVE. ON 'HAND. a. large stock, of Pr.ogsg������  VV; Hardware, and; Vegetables, ^BV~  mined to sell them cheaper ���������^WJ2^1&  Williams Creek; Come and sae antf jndj������ !������r y ���������    j  ������������������^icbSel<l,'M������y;*th::l<66.r.;r xx70A: ���������������������������������������������- "'" P_  y ..,..  A-  A V^THE ABOVE  aged/ '^  ishisrhdaai;!  Hi  SSRS12TAIL  rsandotteb  3R-qogds --������������������  SfESl  nye^soaopna  be; made to  Fnule generajlj.  fX'pXiX  mi  DihisestaMs!  X$?t0X '"  m,  m  EAN-ABT^B^  wUen&������|jfe?  '.;������������������   --'���������'���������������  i  fi  -��������� v-.- --" \'! ���������gpll  )K,.Frop'^ ������fi  ra  n  to'tlieconi^Ps^B  SSS^PWr*  i" aitianQ^L  'o disposedI'^m  e.. -;   mm  'Beds.   '..Jgig  3t so]eciioQ/|f|^:  ������������������'������������������������������������-   * liii&BisI  j. C. ���������.;���������:  nd   *.������*������*  ���������y\  1  ^IINING: INTELLIGENCE.  ���������   >7������:X AXxfL 'XZVA^^'&U^XQ&W;  X-     WILHAiBESitKEEE; j .  :���������'.:'f������Thevhighjstage'���������?of-' the..������water*in-!the cree_  has stopped airmim^^rattons below Sthe  * ��������� Cameron ^  have be&it d^nM/tfut.V~SClie Cameronl^cojj  ;..jwa8hed'������put;6ik>Tiil3&^^W^'^r-W their  /'nfcw'sliait^  terday:30 o'uhees.^r^iie'^Morniagf���������'*Star co'y;  fctrt  ���������.   -. -    ,������������������..    * ' ������������������ <    V������ -o firrow?a:Vi t> t������ I?V ������������������ ���������?  "GROUSE'^REE^  "';; kalririg feir'pay fduring this, pe^p d; $ey have  'lai$1100^etof&^  .* wofked^il^ayerage:^ point  where tiA������y^uiyias.t^eas6Ai.,,' was paying from  $10 to j$12 f a, day ,fo the. .hand* * ^Ones of -^the  * sharolftldel^ and  -hired 6- or^(^inam^ip. issjat them; we-tier  lievetkowa^^  7 38 feet -and found 'ta iprospeok^Srencli ��������� co .y  ; are doingr as > swe^^^  ^ six weeks sinking* shafts,iin^e ia^ one they  *3f6undia prospect and started driftinginto >the  *hill, gettihgjin '.bVifieijf. -fim*zvpGk\*wdB; struck,  -^tafterdrlfto^  ;;i Aiheyi got into! a^ Jcn^nelmi^eyAa^een wasfc  ^ coarse'gbldiLfTliC  /co?y we understand, washed^up^for^the lasjt1  0 week about 180tbtttic4^  ;of campanies M 'tun-'  ^eis^an&sink^^  with what success j the ^number at worfebn"  ������������������this-ereek at jpresent;is estim^ated^t about 100.,  - * 7 r f J7^ x7iAGwr^h}ciikKkyy 'y/A <7'<  7' xWft!&G^5n$  i'above the old:Dutehco.j<who<have stink a^shaffc  on the hill side about 20 feefo^g'a^liad got  ;"as high;^ 0  " "lieithe^iead rwhichwas lost^^stlUli %Mei61d  " ^^.J)utcli.an&Segei:co^ys. -^ v ^? '���������'    ."'' ���������-' ���������" ,; ��������� {.:  ^ OmThu^a^ l(p^i^  had left>fbr parts 'unknownif liabilities from  4 $30;p00i6 ,$^,(^0^^IigW^Ldf*)������B^n: ar-  1, rested'for the -murder of aiflridiiaifb oy~lThe;  .iGovernor^lia^inlbrmed4^s.Chamber;of Com-:  - - j nier^e^that ^the. Repiprpcity ^Tfeaty^ wifefe thp  :-^ited'States had beetf^te  \ no ^er ��������� fea^#a3iintc^  -r^Isaac1 Turgoose' wasi i6n^cted2i of sealing ^  ; whiskey 'to Indians- andtfined'SlQO which 'Was  v/pr^ptly^d.-^  .; first examihation as;a\lankrupt^trade assign-  > eesMessri.Maoready andOTchoisbni^^.con^  victed Jheif in; jail ^^������e^^.^:#b'rk'-'^-itie  t Btr^ets because ,iij would, degrade hiin^^fter  uanabsence;of 150 days ^e;sch;r^Kate arrived  -tern the-;Nor>hem:Qpdfi^  ..Single M^^hb'suit^j^^  ,?Bonaldvs^rom^  t^ *nst: whe^^^  ' ;ieiidaht:^The ���������d^m^Srteiiter^a's'?d!iMke  ..her. first ,WjLto^Eii!fl^  23rd inst; it wasTegprted' she would'run 2in  A connectipnwith; tlie^lontana;-frbm1 ^Sah^!Pran^  " '5^o^ana:^ingi:pa^fi^rifor .^0 citbin-aiid  x^*yti&m$^  ^an;Fraitciscp ;pa������17th; inst^3arryirig{3b6 tons:  ' -i^Sffi,^Mga^^^amoh^ho^'were;  Mr^and Mrs,X. Goldstone andRi^tmev. Bis!i->  ;vWltettiers^  ���������. by sn^ootihg^er ;th|oixgU- tte'hea;d^i^; party.  ' ��������� ���������Md sorted t jprp^pecjifor QoalbnSapifeie'B  property at Spoke.-Sixty tonspfFiieaSlaits  -;coal had. been-stipplied^rthe:steamer Cdlifou-  ,,; h^^Ueneral^lep1c:dntfStaffwdre expect-  ���������ed to arnve;in:a $w$My&y/7'      '"'"  !'- '"$ a :0AX r���������Afcit.XA*0*Xr' \l  sAs_,we statedj4n|purgla|t^issue the lAuror^  Co. had^Mfiea^e-ii^fe ������oy}$>(Appear; at;  Clmtoii^tb Answer ariiapplfcation' ihat iwotijd'  'therek be: rnkde^Yon' Fridaly ^asrY^efofe the-  the,Judge,of the^Siipreme' Cpurf>v;forr'aii/iitf  junctioii te restraint them/from!% working ceif'  tain ground. tr A, messenger jivas-,-jdispatche^  in all iiasteji' wlio^" fifldingi^Sidge Beg Die a������  firi^o Creek^p^ed^k>him anorder jtp  Judge 4Qox, as Deputy Regis&r^ the Supreme  ;Court/ to issue tm ij^unpfen^-anj^ attach the  -!Steal^q������,1|^ Jas- the ^seals  of the: Suprj8m^  Sjessiph:were;in;���������.tfie'rChief; justice^ waffffons  ^which; had; broto^TO Sis-- j  'tancp tehinr^;^^  arrived on Tuesday evenmg aiid; 'handed; the  order, to - Judge CpxJ y and^the hearing^came ���������  tyni yesterday 'indnaing;'a' t;j^^pasrii;fo^ocK  inihe.CoiiTfcHpuse^^ \\ ',  ���������**1^]rl-'Tr.-"Tri'''"w-.\! ' '���������'^���������'������������������-'.;-���������''���������'.'4.'' i-. '".'������������������..-���������-A  'it wiU be^rriedkntilifie^  iji^Veilr, I jtoafraid itnyil^do/ljut liitle gobfi  %!x������������xXi*0jyK..,.i  r-"f'-*l^������*.:  is;almost impossiblei.to y'6mss'iat' ��������� high < water  ^vidoit: I^is!^ for'1aJ>c^f^^ ifrbriths, Bt> tlia/t^x  donjtihiffi^  em'nized^ at Mere worth Church, Kent. , The  ^fffr^^e^etory-to the^church: was pro-  fiiselyde^oraM^with -triUmphait.archesVand  "eme^Cburj;: at' ;!RIclAJeIdf (JMgeiCbx>^nd;  ested him tn .n'.ftn aIV ^liA :S������ji1������ nf.4!Tia^iit4  sidered this- matter over last' nighty and shad  committed his views to^pager-which he would  now; read:���������. . ^,  ftl^Ql^lNplc  ACTED AS SUGB FOR 'THE ICCOMMO-  ^xq^(mv<)]?;:^E:;PL^^ sW  L^REME.COURT; AN0:im;iIS NOT-LAiFER  TH^.:THE^EXmESS^'BEFOREap^ri|eda  ������EMAREBD WITH REFERENCE ;TO ^THE  CASES* AGAINST THE SHERIFF 'THAT  ^If^tt^A^TS^Ite^l^PUTt^O^^  ^SUPREMK -COURT ^MUST;HA^3EliANS-  LEGAL. I ENTERTAIN, AS HIGH R^  SPECS AND -ESTEEM FOR MR. BEGBIE,  ASiMR^^BMi(5BIE| AJStovA^^AS^SUPREME  COURT. JUDGE; 'OF-TOE "COLO^^AS  AN������^Jl^:m^  THAlT^IT iS iATTEMPTEttiTO DB^AG l������B  wto -this Disagreeable iQUARREi^  ;&ND ;^CT- feONTRAiRY *OKT bWN^lSJI^  ING,^nX;CONSCIENGE; I WOULD, HJ T  ACTU^LLi: DIDiHOLD & COSlMISSiON  AS.DEPUTY ^REGISTRAR OF THE Sl?r  PREME^URT Affi^TfflS;^  SIGN THEPOST^TiONCEi,: THERE ARE  COURT; SEALS^^THEfiECORDOFFlClE;  JVmOT ARE ^  SAL; BUT THEY WILK^OT ^BEii^UED  AS SEALS OUT OF THE SUPREME COURT  BY MEjASiDEPUT^REGISTaAR-Oli1 THE  &jam>000: '  -   ���������- lX7/ii-/r/xA., \  A Mr. Walker said that B������as: application' had  heen-MaclCv last ��������� night awhile His ;Hpnpi^r wa?  stiltaoiihgiivthe capacity bfljtiputy, jije would  ask him to attach tlie /seal to the fpaperv t -  7 pis'bbnor observed thdtlid: bad hot been  acting, aiid had .done* npvb'usiness��������� cdniiected  with that^pffice for;some;;time; pas^'-ifie :had  b een jrbatpd'; witlr->disrespect1 - by v the-Aairo ra  fin 7v on 'the hf������r> ji.si n'ri' rhf '��������� h Ji'< WAAi o* a������. .- .TS������*���������' fl^ 11-  . A.^  ..,,...., .ti#iargw!ll3)e'  properly jnipspected^befbre "i thM enci KSfei the  season.*,./X\X-~- lA . J -';*..>*ii/.'.f l'1^i '��������������������������� --i  ?;f iFrpm fe.;Jefir^^h^  er d^ from i$ndge;IMv^  losing particiilser&rpspectiri������. ^iregiohzfOni  jinfbrinait^'4 albii^ with '3fiv: Loiiiiner' and: 'ft>uf  ^tt,;le^Liilpbet,;M  )1yit]i^all-t]io!,iiecess^ry^sto  ^p^ibr carrying <]fn^^  ne^Vi tr^l iaslj^;^^  of about 70 miles^ whereat teiMiiinatedi CHerO  tlie^iixed xrj^a' bbty and proceeded��������� as ijar.|as  .Qua ^^^ist^^T^P^^f/^^i ^^P?^ W  tiienxoulh, oiithisv,ci:eek^fik^  StoHnfe hples*ahds prospecting ;w^e^deepesi  ^holc^thpjr^sunk wasrv8 *^et,^ wmchr -tfrey. -cbuld,  not Kbttpm "f^ Laj^^^^Mi^te ^b6iildSrs; jkll<fciie  l^prospectsthatcouldSe^und^a^^^  fine cpto^Jip^tecp^^  up the creek some^X or-S&itesVprbspecting as  they wentalqng^ and eveh4rying^1|ipse/placei  which Jramiesbnva^bVparty&  fall,but :6puld$iiwt������f^i^^n9ted #iah a color |  J;he banks oT'ffls^cre&^e  '���������;.Qnly;gp^i6ns^qfdtJn^at^  iei arel smalh b arsi j^cli}^  the cr,eek,makes^a Jurm ^ The par^left������Guri:  creek a^d..gAfo'c^e^ Am far ��������� as,  ;tliey could gp T^th^their ;b>pat, wh j ch might bei;  'abouti'jr'  Dorset, ^ndbrother^ of ttie^bnde;Vthe^-party:  adjourned- to tHe vestryV wbpre- th# marriage |>  5^tfflf^^ted/^^:ha^  ilie; cbpgr^ulatiphsfof ;tbeir;1riends;^uThe'jbyr;:  ^ell^then rang =fortfi W merry peal, rahd/the  ^pnipany-Mjonrhedtothe Rectory,7where%  surhpfcubusrrepast was--prepared for r-about  fifl,y gUfeStS^. >���������; 'X0i'ri $������A~'   ' ' '!; ������������������-V.rr: /.; '?' '.T*       .,  ^Ja^inthe:af(iefh^ ���������  a. fsh%el^o^olarshoes^4eft >in a carriage rand hli  four greysjffbm 'Meopham' station;: en routw ���������''  forl'the Que.ei^sHotel'Upiyer-Norwood^follow-   .  I^ed l>y;lthe;lsince>e good wishes bf ttieir feieiids  ! Jjjfifee^ ;���������< a0 7:7 ' - '- ���������  ,>rThe'pilsents received' by the-'bride werb "  rboth numerous and costly���������. and amongj: them  | we may rmention a ^handsome dressing-case.  'with Silver mttinss^ from ^scount^and Vis-  Caldwalader;preek: '.,They made 'an, attempt  to across a ;^vfilej;:^hich ^would^ ha^e;ftak^n  'them to that* creek, in-8 or-10vmiles^ut������had  to.put-back'.bnlaccbunt.btrthe^snpw^and continued their: course by the south fork of Bridge  riVeri' which prolohgedvtheh^joiirney ta  40 mil^s. '^^rriyin^t ihe-moi^^of iCald^alr  'ader creek-they proceeded:%pyit for abpiit a  ! mile when*they������found the>sluicesiahd"camp'bf  yJamieson and^bartvt^ ���������> Out ^'curiositv^thev  ^a^an^si!^ frbmMsco^ntiajiaVOTscbuat  ess^bTprTihgton^^^^^ :g6l'dr mounted .>'   ���������* ,   \    :��������� v..  writing iesk^fromte  Abergavenhyj'a^siipVrbrpearl ' / *'- ���������**-/,'  :frbhiJ Coloife! andMrs; Tottenham: j^a diamond x  ^and^e'mCTaldlocket,'^;ruby^aiid beryl locket -A  ;and'a itassive gold f'and"'diamond^bracelet,  from Sir. Seymour;Idittd from Lordfand Lady  Farnliam ; a bracelet of, carbuncles and<dia- ���������  mondsy from' 'General Seymour, G. B. j ^a suit1 of������  iBrussels;iace^of the nio'st^costly' description^  :frpm Mr^. Se^pur,fme:mother of: Ihe :A ;  croom0k p.liaRfe lrmkfit--n'f riftnrls and ifimpr- I  a pair of crystal bell earringgj set with'turquoises of the most novel*anoV, elegant^de'sign-,; ��������� ���������  '|aiin^on^and/||^r|3^|  started*tO;rocl������%ome of,r-.the^gmYel:?t������om^the  pit iliat 'had ^b een '.worked* by Jamiesbn' 4asi  fall; aiid:almougb^fclieySwashed i^^pbd many  buckets ^bfidirt* all i^eyfoimd^TOSra few col-  ;.prs; this pit is ^described as being; from SOvtb  iO Ipet riquare," wi^0- xlfptir'Gf frofiti,'5^tpk 6  feet/'and out of this only?. $9^was^aki^by  Jamieson andpa^ty.;; ^Ehey crossed oyer with  feet,, foliciwingythe ibed' rock ;}ah,d3yMin|g ^thp  dirt !with a rockenas they^^went alpng, butf did  lib! S6t������ny.^in& * ^e7 aisb washed 24rbuckf-  efe "ou^of arhble'that -had beenprospected last  fall,-but Ibihid^ hbthing.;,=��������� Bomp of the party  then smarted up the creek apd came back and  reported tliatHt lobkpd ���������^mbfe^ayoralile; all  Iteirice Wingfield f aigroup-iitw^iite Dresden;  tchlnaj^^nr Viscountess Jo^^ l;������  ornaments m pink coral,; from Gapt.uStaple-  ���������tohi'&ci'-p', "rA, A \ T;',r f0x^0llxi . [  , v .We must- not omit to mention that;the bride-   -  grbbs^ in5p,Mjrmahce^f one^ote his >inany  j;privileges,i presented'jh^brio^maids awith  ;���������  JbcketsV each dn^ren^andlolthe latest^sfiipnr ;  The poor of the parish wereinot forgotten i oh  ^iS'occasioriV" Theywer^;plentirully:iregaled  jb yihe rectory. with * lns> usual iMhdness -and  I liberality **���������   x'^^'^AA^   **���������**'   <  ^ (Lps:r:mtoE'Wob^  neirnbii^?Weiii^t^TO;^ ������������������.-  ,last ^Satir^^^m'pmin^^^^ ^iiqlr making lhis.  '; v  :���������-.'���������:, ���������;' '>  x  .                 ������������������  70X  xxx  i:  ;".,;.,'; ,"r.-  X  0:7  7 x  AX  rx  .   ���������  '��������� : ������������������-y;>i ,-  y.'  70x7  ?.\'y  mi  .... ���������  7X-  - -'.-Ai-l  7xx  :",:'iXi  ���������'������������������������������������iV;.  y.!&'.  ���������;Y:'V  J-.;...  X1  7  ���������Ji:-:...';.-^'  'A-'r..���������.:���������!''. i.  7':. Ar  Sill  Xx  ���������:X'a  -  A  wx.  IS:  II  'y  r0  ry:'  X  ���������X  XXX.  0%  0A  asi  :''.'  i.  r  v.y  .......  . -   :���������  x r.  AA-y-i-A  "'.'  ���������X-:  X  ;������������������-.;.. XX  XA  ������������������ ,..-. > '���������  "���������'.  xyr  "S-1  '.;...'  ���������,������������������;������������������������������������  S^vv^g  ;;;  M  XX  77  0  0  0:  X.  lii  Xvrxx  mm  ,..-, ���������������������������:  x  XA  r-  \xy-  ������������$&  ii  .-..-.:....-..  ���������0  X0������  XX '.'';������'.-  ":r>  '������������������������������������;  .;ii.', f'  :X.y  XXX  a went up about 2 miles^ndrpuMown 4 or  lalti tb^bedi*bclt,:which'looked;^11/but  _ ��������� Ti"'"    X t. ~~"' .������'������ A ������^ Anfe ,1    ���������-'*!������ ��������� ZfZ. -���������Ji.ll 1 ' ' ���������?      3 ��������� .1       11-11 "  GOLD. '^^^m}^v-^^^\ ���������  '{Bete^lGf^Esq;  - ,.... ..��������� wages  .Judgment-for $470.  Fium  *amountingiV$517.  nas oeen a^pleasant^as it -could nb^sihlv h^in"  .fears are eateS^fK^-0 nvers-   Sen0������  mining pSl������?Sjf *W"^^of ������waW for  ���������'���������'������* wilfb^fte-^SS^y-PW* of the sea-:  *��������� 64SS.������S Monday, ixfterh&pii.J  : ,...^;th^^a"d::any :*^..,*������ ^.7.^  dence to. adduce he was willing to continue  the/case j;p enable thein; to bring ^t^fprward,  Jbut' 31i(iy /;liad J express;/ themselvest^rJiiitS; satisfied ivith, Aedecisioiii^ They had aiWrwardfe;  app eaied the case tb^the Supremp Co art oh the  ground;of their hayang^ such fresh;evidence to  addiicet^let them;pbw go .there for their reme-  Idy.: 'He had juite enough business in his own'  court to occupy his time, and would not act  as Deputy Begistrar unless called on- by tlie  Government.;, he had hevOr fOcpived a pom-  mission nor any remuneration for .performing  the duties of tliat office, ��������� and therefore considered' himself at perfcct liberty to do". as: he  liked in; the^maftcri    ;; (! ';, ; :'  [/y-iix/X/  /.  ' '' V;:'; ' POLICE COURT.'.'7' 07 ���������  then  5;sliaM...., _...v........      ,....,        .......,...--,  ll^bnglfcite^^^e  even get a: color...'v33io/:,riopfe^  were all granite; they could see-no. traces 'of  quartz;anywhere^ahp oh ^the w3iple';give it as  theiitunired 'opLmbir' tlia^jtdbeS TKbl3opk like:  a gold b earing, cp uhtry. A:,:' Tliey remained -On  . v.   V-..;  (Before W. G. Cox, Esq., J. P.)      . ��������� -  - :��������������������������� ���������������������������-"*:��������������������������� '*.   -���������   Tuesday, 29th May 1866. ;  :   J, Mundorf charged by Francis Thomas with  haVing(refused;togi7e .coriiplainant hitf lawfiil  'chacigp,; and y^'itb..having assaulted-him when  asked.fbr,it.;; Fine.d''$5j. commuted io$2. oOx i  X David Lowry summonedJby Geo. Baker for  f refusing to give up possession of - a 'cabin on  1 Cbhklin Gulch the 'property of-,comiiMnanL  ,Epuse_.bxdered to...be' given..up within one  weejefrpm date. f,        ..      ,. j  ^" If you want to save "������������������ money"get*your  Newspapers and. Magazines. from. G. ,C. Cmrk-  SM & lOo.",: Bdpksellbrs, fetatiohers and News  .'having fcfe'pn-.put 24^days., J\TOlst on^their way  bacfc,they;p^serve'd large^quantiiies.:of geese  and ducks oii the -river,'aridinot. afp,w'black  and cinnamon bears/ There was no snow'on  any "of tlie creeks they visited.' fHad they got  the least encouraging; prospect,: cven such a  prospect as would nave paid as .much as $4 a  day, thby'had intended;-remaining' for th^  summer. They were all old. and experienced  miners, and went there with' the determination  of giving the diggings; a-fair, trial     '���������' ���������'    f  .;���������; -We am/very $6\ry, ihdeecl; to' b;e :cpmpelle4  to'record^such a si^nal^fatfure, ���������biit '4n. justicfe  to the public; we feel it our duty to. give .tbe  expeiience of hard-working and ihdustrioiis.  men, whose veracity we.can;rely pn. We hope,,  however, that Mr. Jamieson when ^he/Starts trji  work his claim \vill makediscoveries thatj^ay  yet redeem that portion .of the country.. \Ve  cannot conceive'^how a man like;Mr; J^^ieson  who is an old'miner,' could have be'en deceiv-  ed with tlie .prospects: -obtained. Vast' fall* but  it only illustrates;the error into, ^tiiph" the'Government allowed itself fo^^drawninlimiting:,  the time of-Jthe party to a given^dayrhad-Mr.i  Jamieson;beenv;allptved- to' remain a wbpt 6r  two longer he m do^ibt'might have beenln f'a  better ppsitipntp judge of these diggings, a^'.d  saved a number pf poor men .from spendi' ig  nselesslv theh'harfliTCnnMrWrwwa'^ ��������� ^!-  ; *-.  (pn'hbrsehackafio^it^^  ^ith^it'fin^u^^r^^^ps;^ hijnJVtliey were  hi^hl j- pleased j hbwe^i^iavsM hirrf. enter -an.  !��������� jpartook pt* trie hb1?pMiti^;oT^ep ;camp;;tili  :tlib dawn ^appear cfaj when; he niadb;;trabks for  iX *i &���������  . :; JD^oJa^ary^'^^ evening;as  an Indian, was crossing  plank- opposite' fpwn,;. witfi ja^ea^r'ioa'd:' on  his .back, he���������,slipped andj'^ll -iritb '*Si^ stream.  His pries, for liejp I ^ypi;e. lo iid,. and deep \ ai j d  soon aftrapted "a. ^p^^^Jfie 'hy ot wh p rescued Him' from his britipal,situatl6n?:^.Jbut npTtho  pack.: :.,.|,, ix^        - ��������� * ��������� '���������'"'-'' '���������"���������'" * ���������r ������������������'���������"''   ���������*���������'" '"'*  nt:^Xri  im. & :Cb.,;; Booksellers, SLatiohers ;and News saved a niunber of poor men :irbm snendi* ^g. ;lonS a,& g&fa aUlso'bver 100 yeftirs. - Marga-.  Agents,NewjWesbnuister,- who ibrwardpapers uselessly their iiard;^wbn^Pariuhgs^;; ;;;'\ i \ > ^jj^^y^Jori^^dlw^tt a'^plicdfte  Suuswap QuaiiM���������A; geDtlehiaii: of this, city  who is at\ experran^iyzeypfqiiartz, and who  has sp^nt' considerable .time in:the t lnost*, fam-  ous^ajnes of thfecouutry^nd^the silver-mines  of iJep, -proriouttces: the' quartz,.pf.the Shu-  riwap regioJ4,B.;Gi, more valuable and prdm-  ising than: any h������e jias -ever seen. ���������'This speaks  well for- those Of our friends?who have, recently embarked in the; business of ��������� developing  ledges' atr^rth^Ghetry-^Cree^  ���������J&rrjgbnian.?^ 'X* iirAA:>u3 x x7-x:Xx7 ; %  1 ''r.jpdr TJhere^diedf.bn1 the 11th March, 1^6,  '$��������� invergSrdbBi^ar%pmaii^Tiam ^larglrec  ,;Munrb, origtteeh;fapaupe^  yearsi- :r Shrwas' a native ^f^tbe parish ;of Kil-  muir, and,came spme: years> ago to life in In-  ���������Tergordpn* Tvjith, another;fif:. hers, wBo;4riot  long ago died .aUIsb^ver 100 yefars. ;��������� - Marga  ret was 100' years!oia^;iie{breyshe applied*io  .xA������. mi m  V*.  '"-.W.  V  'Xi-  '..>t: v.' ���������  e  o.  *������;<  y  l-'.'lv  CHROaNICL^vOP\CARIB0O.  -... ��������� (From the *(^ri\H)oi^ l2^im^^ ?W&. >_, . -j-  w..,v   ,",���������.������������������. \       ' ."CKAPT^Rii'V...',;^ " " .^ '' j  li And many of the, .captains of ihe ntler  .' dwelt iu the la^idr-to,/?^*-!^^^^^  ��������� gathered ty thea of the. people, and< sprely afflicted them/ and -said, ^tand^e,aside fpp^w I  are holier than ye���������we are wise meairoja fthe J  ^Wtvr-^ ;:-:--^--r/--t^.-o-/;-^/;'' v^v^*:'1  ��������� 2.-And the people called them strange names  and said unto;them, ye;fufa only %i^J^your'  own conceit/ : ��������� <-   . ������ ������ ���������������������������\-;Vv:^^<-^--:^:-^i^  ���������������#8. Now there was a;=iawi������nj JhaVi'ana toat  ; whosoever moy^th -:.-liia -iiei^bjbc^^iaadrmwkB.  shall be in danger of the judgment:;-;7X07.���������;���������}������������������  :4. And one.ol the fai^iUea-tbat lived in a  rich valley in that, land .were^cuBed .of movr  ���������; log their neighbors^ aiid-j^  brought unto the: judgment,x.xA\x' ;, 0 .; \! ���������  ,5. And there was a great copcourse of peor  pie, and,the son of ;Brito^^-jforqi;gorgeously  apparelled, sat in the judgment^ll; :-0X:  6������ And when-he had heard the. whole accusation (he called for abasia of gold and a bu<:fc-  . skin napkin/and .washed hia bands'elear of the  matter, Bayiogil find ho fault in tttem* ./���������  7; And the next year otherneighbors came  and did likewifie, and whe^-^y.were brought  , unto; the judgment and saw.^a iiewand just tefel  rarch sitting in Ithe balli-.ifrej;. said, we appeal  8. Now when they;had cpme/Unwylmpey*s  < footstool and he had;beard &h������m of the whole  j matter,: xA.r- 777 A AAA :' 7x0:0 Ai/.' 7.0"  - v������. He lifted up his voicje and said unto them;  - ktfowTye not ^  ;. thy eloak give; unto hii%lbyjcpat also.'! ���������  WVlO.;And in that:year;therP^ple^began to  worship fa^  unto thera; ix:7A:7'A. 0007A0X ; -AA AJi  r . IL And in; the-temples^ere^niany altars;.  I covered ;with green andred, and on-them were  : placed books written .withiu;and witboufc^  /,:mourning, v lamentation j and vwpe-^in black,  and in.red, and in white;; 7AxA:i. A    , <��������� 01  A : j i2,v And imany of tbe-people .went put after  ;*i;these strange gods, and offered tip sacrifices  Z^unto them in silver and in; gold, in;checks and  .������������������-in/wine;" ���������:A'xAr:0-'-;07i:0: 0 ������������������ \AAx7':  - ^ ilS. rAndltcame to pass in .the .fifth month  : that strange women;from the vyaterland came  - and ..danced be tore, the ^worshippers; and they  . c were -highly pleased;; ���������;��������� *.: 77/7x7 /��������� 0- ��������� 7':A  ; r/A liAAnd they sworeithat^they would give  ��������� them whatsoever they would ;ask^ e?en to the  AA- half of -their- possessions.X-:X >; ':X0 7 '���������;'.- 0 r  . ������������������.;s 15; -Now these women j\< instrup ted by a 1 o ve  ��������� .ofi:gainj.asked.of_ them��������� their-rapney and;their  } sjeep, and for-their vows! sake tbey did give  ���������untotbetn;    .������./ AX,   Xx ..���������:.;:i>-7:70-     7x7/  16; And many of them became as ������unuchs  ��������� unto these women.       ;....,-;;.  :   > .     j  > 17. Then came other women worse than the  first who also danced before the people, and  did other things of which it :is> a shame even  so much as to speak; A;,'        -4.;' AAA -,      AA  ��������� 18. For whatsoever things are\ base, what-  : soever things are filthy/ wha.Uoever things are  lewd, whatsoever things are of evil report, if  there be any vice, if there be any shame,  . these things did they among the. people;  .19. And moreover they spread the; plague  among all'such as glory,in their shame. "  : 20. And it came to> passihthe .ninth; month  that certain Jews of the Tribe of Shy 1 o ck and  others j proselytes that tbey^had inane, bound  themselves hy an oath that they would neither  eat nor drink.until they had" killed one Jawbone! who. lived in ]their midst; "i\   . ";..'",.  21. And the number that bound themselves  in. this conspiracy were'aboutttwent^; .,.,-;..  22. And when Jaw ^>odb hbard4his.be ,Sed  unto the .streets, and certain Ohristian. meni���������  butchers by trade���������took him in and fed him.  " 23. And a certain friend of Jawbone went  unto those who bad sought, his life and said  unto them, masters, how.much is it that I.owe  you ? and they.eaid $500 in silver, and he said  unto them sit down and write nothing, and  many others did likewise;  24. And when they sought these men to  bring them unto the judgment they fled unto  the mountains, and there remained days and  nights without number;  25, But unto the friends of Jaw-bone they  paid the uttermost farthing.  ������������������. 4T<*beC'onUnu3d.J  A genfois out West, conceiving that a little  powder thrown upon some green wood would'  - facilitate its burning, directed*, small stream  from the keg upon the smoking -pile;- not pds-  6633ing"a hand euSSoiently quick to wit this off  ri a desirable moment; was blown, into am il-  iion pieces.^   The coroner reasoned ;out this  .verdict: ;^It can'.t S>e called saicidejtljecause  fee didn't mean to kill himself; it.wasn?^visitation of God/ because he wan'tstruck by ligh't-.  nlng; lie didn't die for want of breath, for he  jaadn'i anything left.���������to^reathbwith.iy|tts,plain'-  lie didn't know what he was abputj'pol shall  iprlng in f Died for waat bf pommbnaens^ If ���������������  ^r* We can endure to look upon a melancholy man, but not upon a: melancholy child.  IJbis is .the saddest spectacle in nature. .  . Ttea VsrnauudM TKXcne&-p������ mining Chicory ,and  itber.adoUtr.itlyyaffith Coffeoyhae Vcyy.mQCh damage  itiip gttblic (e8tirnatioat what ought; to. be the most.  Ulicioaa of B-Jy rag^; Sfi effectu.dly have the public  betin:f;rn^jed with. suchinkKtor^s (hat the. true pr p r-  d>s hav������ been lo������t sight bf, an 1 ro-iny '��������� pr?f**r a, bl.ck  tad tbiclcinlB.si-ja laa (!rink rich-intpirHaniaroniai  .9;n^raJ .a? 1* .the. "me.oi IGoWq**, R Is littlii known that  in wndejisiDg tho vapow extracted from ��������� the bvrryio  roaatings; alkjuorIs obtain jd'of 'Ihe most niua-jobf?  taste, an 1 ;oS a se. nt the most unboar ibl:v. Un 1 er eucU  drciuostA&c;s It U evlkntly li&p:'ruinl (bat alt tho  gages tip! flui *a ostnetttd by .'roasting shoul I l).e .car-.  ri3d; off as ;<iolc;.- iy us p^ssVbl ;,1 in or ivt to .prevent (heir I  riturniDg ag.dn to uw C)9^f*. which; is.thu.eise'ih the!  cbufinsd xyjin ier.    r.ija-obj;-c( Is arimiribly "accom- ���������  as used by: tKLL 4 CO., Victorta, in .Which the bbrry  fe tiirVctiyExposed to "the i Elated heat; ani the vt:p..r  extricted;ciirrijd off lust' ntan *u?ly... la addition tb  the auvantig������s. to be derived by tho rapi i. renv^val ol  the steam C4������taioin<; the.obj cti/aablo prop ni s, (he  pur* aroma of- the Cjffee is r-ti'inad, the vsst'Dti'.ioil  b ing pr.-8 rvod an i not exhausted as in the CyliudiT  Rwiater, where the Coffee Is r quirjd.to remain a raucii  linger time in c^nsv ou nee of the steaming it un ivr-  goe������ by tho emu a id steam. .. It is.chcmictlly itn'pjgBi-  bla to ratiiln the'qu-iuit ;8 or arrest the detcriuf-iikn o\  CjffeQ whon grouu i. > Tae he.it eng n !rr^d by;the'pn>-  c se of roasting, ami e?p cl -lly-of-grinding,-creates un  action in the elementary p srU.wbieh gr iuu dly dcstr*y.������  its fltn;B8 lor < rink.' But! to;r;tuin;.the css'-hti-il nil  which It contains we have' it encased in tins oamainin^-  'fram 1 lb.:to 28 lbs t an 1 which cap:.be: had.iroin any  or ��������� the. rjep ctabL1 dealers. We can .&mQ lently, r. -  com men 1 th������9e who huva hitherto beta obliged to r>  ,'irain from' taking .CofTso. on ace unt ot* its ill effects,  that' Uioy mny '^use- cur-&&&, -iwiusted; iri7.:thfe.C jnJe; 1  Roaster, b;ing rcomm n led by, all medic d m nun kr  whose notice it his b^cn brought, an t ..by nu^ur^us  other (cBlimcnlAls in its l'avur. . .. ;.FELL h CO.;" !'  Codee M rc'.iants, rates st.? Vic tori)  :lilIa66et advertisements.  QUESNKUabUTH ADVERTISEMENTa \  I  COLONIAL R?ST^URANT,  . .;   QOE3NELM0DTH,  P. L. JOHNSON, PnoPRnrrOR,  Meala at all houra^ and. Cooking of tlie best  0 ���������'������������������������������������;-        deacriptipn, */A0t  QUKSNELUotrra,  BROWN ^GILtlS, PBOPBiETdns,  Good Beds: Restaurant; Billiafd Tabled&c.  Stabling for Horses, Hay and Oit8.r   ..���������������������������;  ULLOOET    MILLS;  HE UNDERSIGNED are now maunfacturihg FLOUR  of all grades: Extra, Superfine and Fine.:.; Feeu  Cnished^ordertii^  ;.  v.,.. ^, . y ^ Fosrea,; Agent.. -���������  ���������^^f'^;\feDWN^X^N0Nj:i-: ;:;[/,  1>EALER IN DRVoOODS, CtOTHINO,: HATS AND  1JTC :ps, Babts hn 1 Shoe?,  Carpbtings, Oil Cloths,  Wall Paper/fee , Lillooet, B.:C..-������������������-;-'- ��������������������������� '0.::%.s  : h'"LILLOOET':-BREWERY^-  JACOB7' MIIaTZ, Proprietor, has always on  ���������,'h'iinl a large ant uup^rior stock of;Lager-Beer; at  the Bir will,be-'found" the best Brah^i/s,.-Wines.an?  Segars; the public are invited to Call." Prepared to fill  all. tr lew preropily. ',,.'* \.s  SPELMAN and MoKENZIE,. Proprietors.  T������>is House Is well fitted up with Good Bids; aU i  - the Bir Is lurhis he'd with the best Liquors; M;als are  served at all' hours' en the B -staurunt principle; Sta-  blingfor H rses, H-rse Feed, &c. l-s .  Pioneer ��������� ��������� Hotel---Lillooet;  CHARLES NEIaSON, Proprietor.- This ol i  established House is well fitted up for the comfort  ot Trav il.rs; the Tabb is supplied with the best ol  ev ry thing that c in be bad, an i the c >.oking is not in-  ft-'rior to the best hotel in the l-.������wercountry; Beorooms  for Fundi������s; Stabling lor Horses, Horse.Feed,&c.  .Tue-Express .stops here ' \       ��������� * - '  18  PORT DOUGLAS ADVERTISEMENTS.  MACDONALD'S    HOTEL,  M. MACDONALD, Proprietor. Hin rs.an-J  ������.��������� .others destined lor the Bridge. River Mtn������ will  Qnl every convinicnei ani accommodation afforJe-j  them. Good B.^s and a Tablo well suppliod with all  the delic c.js of the season. "**8  BACIGALXJPE, M8rcha.nt and Paoseb, he-  ^ . tweea -Deugl a as i Utfooet,     Always on Iran 1 a  good stock, or Previsinns, fee. '   ���������':- ��������� l-3m������  G; L. SMITH k CO., Proprietors. This HMise \*  ��������� well uttoa up for. the j.ccom-uodaticn of Tr tvel-  lers to the Bri 'go River Mine?. Good Bsds,-St :blin?  ibr Horses, H -rse Feed,- &c. AStage runs twic 3 a. woeH  betwocn this nous* ani Port ILuglis on the arrival ol  tbo Ateam-Ts frem below and conn j'cts with the Like  Boats for Lillooet. .  l-s  NEW WESTMINSTER ADVERTISEMENTS  HICK'S HOTEL,  T YTTON SQUABEj_New Westmipster,B.C.  Ll aow ocoupiju.by W. E. STEIN. The above lav-  orably known house is now op n to the public; the Bur  I* constantly supplied wltu the choicest brands or  JUquersanadegars.' :-.��������� .. :"���������'���������'������������������;���������.':    .'*-; ���������  ft  men are em  |a the Champ de Mara, Paris, iti ^  jspoi for the erection of ^oimmeoae  tiecesaarv for theKniverlRrSxhibitif  Tbe wortfl are perlodicallj Visited  kads of the F&rM&oa.  thalff  liiig '  1867  *u  Published every Wednesday aniSaturiay, at the -  .    ���������:' publishingo(Sc>, Now Westminster.    ...  THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN is the oldest newspaper  published in (his colony, an I has a I trger circuU-  Uon-therein than any other. / lis������ >iumasiirer^gul irly  suppliijd with lull tfc|jgr<*pbic news irom ^11 parts ox  .the world, wbil \ it contains a taithful rcorJ.of local  events, an'i-a-failr pirtoi' L^gisLtive pr^eaedlngs.���������;<  The **8ritlsh Ciiutnbiin������' 13 suppliJd to. all paria ot  (his^elony by Eiprsss upon extremely liberal cundi-  Uons.. For, fcurms, &c, see Sxpr������iBs Agents.  BOBSON 'k McMILLANj  Publishers & 1 repriato?s.  LEWIS LEWIS, Clothier, YatpiStrest, Victoria,  opposite the-Bink ot British Hot th America.:.. I-b  t&&  *  MALLANDAINE.COLLEUTOR &aKNBaAlL AGBNT  QOTernAnent, strs**, Victoria, Vancouver Island*  GIROD & GUlpHQN,  ���������'.*'��������� Qu������'' BsTABiJaHF.D' 0*;���������������������.'��������� 9^������k,  PROVISIONS, WUOLESALE &  COMMIS-  -X        SION MERCHANTS,    ��������� -  fltA-irase. &o."Terms .most Moderate.  "WraSeV    QUKSNELMOUTH. a.  7/7/    S. POPPER & CO.,  WHQLESAL1? and RETAIL MERCHANTS,  .    QUESNELMOirra,1  Dealers iri Proiisibhs. Liquors, Tobacco, &c.  A good selection of Liquors always on hanl. s im  ROAD SIDE HOUSES, &c.  _���������. 1  BOYD ^lIEATHr^Fiel^"f^  THI3 HOUSE is situited 26mil^sfromQu^nclmouih.  The or pri .'tors having lit ly fitted up bee rooms  en i good Bi������<s ar'3 now pr.rp'->r������t loafforl fjery-acoppi;  moiatinn for Trav,11 ;rs; theTible ������starn.lBheajjHMn  the luxuries that cm be procured; the.B >r is well sop-  plied with the host br in ������ of Uq������������w������5,-;������'^j ������gg '  Stabling, Hay, Oits ani Barky. ; JSrTho OHEAPKT  House on the Road. ;���������;���������'/-- : .,-  Vs  Colonial Hotel, Soda Creek  McLEESE & SENNY, Proprietors,  rnHE PUBLIC ARE INVITED TO CALL AT THIS  1 H uae. '-.Tarr'e:is O v)d :M al������; Good Beds; btabling  for Horses; B irley, O its;an;tHty.     ���������    ���������    ' .- rl-* _  I  .        . '9  S OPEN FOR THE .ACCOMMODATION  OF  THE  Travelling public; the. betirooms" are FpiciousfanH  uwi.yssuppli^ ...  ���������.--..-.-   .        . ,-.   . ,  for Horses; Hay, Oats ani 'Barley, constantly on band.  ;14i: l^ILE HOtTSE,:  D15NNIS lilURPHY, Proprietor, this House  is furnished with ev. ry. convenicmes.for the.com*  tort'6r Travellers;: the Culintry :.dep irtm'ent ,is un lor  the sup rinUs'lence of an experienced cook; rthe Bids  are clean anM eomortable ; the B ������r contains the best  of Liquors, S^gurs, &c. /Stabling, Hay, Barh-y & Oats.  BLUE  M.-HENDERSON begi to inform his frionds  , , and tbe trav lliug public generally that he .has  tak< n the above R ncli and ia pr-pared to supply.them  with First Cl tss Accommodation. . Good Stabling for  horses; Hiy-andGrain. 7'  X1'8 ���������  WM. HANSON, D. A. McLEAN,  Propri ������tor, Agent'.  THIS HOTEL IS LARGE AND WELL FrTTED 0P  -lor the comfort ol trav. I rs; the Table is supplied  with the best of. everything that c m be procur % and  the cooking is not interior to any on the roan; Bedroorab  for families; Stabling, H iy, B iri *y an 1 Oats.     1-8  Lvii.Leili  "^TTSE.  ������2.%JU  ALBERT CRY-LER has op ned the.above H >use for  . the r,c; pti.m ot Trav, II rs; tho Tabli Is wellk.pt  n! the Liquors'.cinnot'be (-urpu<Sft^ ;.the B;ds are  cl/anani oemforUbl-'.  Oils.  atabling for Horseef Hay. and  1-B  JAMES HURON, Proprietor. This common I-  ous Hotel is well flttod up with every conv.nl mce  lor the comfort of the public; the-Bstls ari all that a"  weary traveller c<������uli uciir^; the Table is supplied with  the bestof fare; tlie Bir contiins the, choicest br'm Is  of Liquor? an 1 Segars; good Stabling, Herse Peed, Oats,  Birl y, kc l-s  IORENZO LEilRTO, Proprietor. Tola house;  j affords every accimmodatii.n for the comfort of  Travull.'w;. theTabla is furnished with all the dclictcica  of the season, au l tho B.ir is stockJd with the choicest  of Win ia, Branoi ^a & Si^gars; good stabling for horaes;  H������y, Birl-y an -l Oits constantly on hand at Sow rues.  N^wly milled Flour fyr sule cheap. l-s   i  The Bonaparte House, I:  SEMLEN & PARKE, Proprietorfir,^ tne!  Junction of. the Cariboo and :Bfg Bi nd Boaa>, is;  now^op^n: ffT the.accommodation,o^.thepablic. ;Disj  tanoe i.roni Clinton, 26 ml!is;;,from SavanisSteamboat:  L;m dug, 22 mil ^s; irem Sp;. nc *f8 Bri Jge,; EO miS'.'S.1  Travellers will Qn i pricjs anil accommodations to suit  the times. Give .them a Cill.. Stabling, H if. St Grain J  attentive nefltlers.. S.(age leaves herd twici.a1w#'|t for  Big Bend'and Vale, and 'ones a week for Cariboo :' l-s  ������ O H WO N��������� H OTT S E,  WH01iE3AI*i:AN������ RETAIL.  ...  V������--    -���������-���������*-     -   \Sf        .v.*. ...���������*.-  _-wwnrsM.c^-:.- .  Englifife & Prench'eilk^ SbawU, Dresaes, TJa*  . ucrefetblng,) Olovej, anj.tevsry description of  ���������;.'���������'  ". i ,. ;'.VDr.^.ry."-0oo>.'8. tl[ .'  E e^ire reguln?" supplies by ������rpr?88 via Panama tal  ���������by;8:iillttgv.!83L:le.viJAOjnv> ������;fn.-'--j --  iia������ particular attfjitjen given to a 11 orders.  La;on FifBB^J. F.- tusmAU. k C >.,;.    ...  !������������������  ESTABLISHED 1858.-  WILtlAM ZE1������NEIV dealer in Drtos. Mnz*  ciNxa ������*nd Cuzwqfc'4������ F'ucy an..������-T il-t Artichp,  3jpi������.nfci������,-' Broabei?, Jt r,am*ry, ke. PhyRlclan5������ Pr**  scrips oecirjiUlry compoua-ied and orders aaswerad  wi.nn<raani<-^itob.' Vietorii,V I: i.i  FATTRWKS CORNER.  J- n. ROBERTSON. Wiii9 and Spirit Mer  ��������� chant, Victert.^ V. i,  Li  ;BOOTS! BOOTS!!  I SAY SaIM! . Bdw Is It your Boots wear to 1cm  'ani fcoep your feet so dry ?    Be iuse I purchaae of  Charity and1 Butler, G<v rnmentStreet; Victoria.  JAY & GOvc?'^ Street,' Victoria,- V. I. ��������� Fr.-Bh  G-������rkn and Fl KS^dsguar-jUteed; Hsverhhand  a���������eirelnlly..'8i-t������(e(| strcV- of. the above irom.tbe belt  ���������JSnyop-.via -a$'i Aitt'iBle^-a-M-vrs .������t8,-���������Tua-eitrly-erdtrsof-  th. ir irfn Ib in Bri)ta 'Ctf&inbiT a re ��������� solicKed" ..Pair.*"'  ticui'ir att* nt$ n Is c. lied to their I trge su ck of GraM,  tliv^r* and Oni tt 3*j5oh-'uf ;v ry sup. ri������>r-qu llty.  Fruit ;iyje������ ������nl.BiJ������b������y.Rvergri* ns,':��������� Shriibs,' Green.  house ani -Oar jrn- Hants, gtan lar.l an I Dwurl R.-*es  of every variety, ..'Catalogues bn applic it ion.      l.s  RBRODRICBV CoAi; avn PnnrcE Deaub. a  ��������� large sKckof my, Q\t?t Wheatjan \ B.trly of tu  best Ai'tpripxtim j������lw������Jfs < n han :*; also, Nan Jlrao, ������&������.  iisb, BI cksmith iOi Cmncd Oonl. Or it is sent to  Unir n Wharf^ Vlcitiii, V. I., will revive- lam* late  attmtion.'.: -'��������� 1*8 .  ni^TIL'A^lPJiotcCTaphio Gallery, Onvcrn*  VJT m.< nt Stt Victcrtr, V; I.,������pposlt.- Hotel deFrxnc*.  Views oi G'rtboo "and Sen', ry tlircughoui British Cd-  umbia,iinclu ing^-wsof the route to Big B.tt J, always  en hand at Itbvrel rates*. - ,- ���������   l*s  H' EBBEN ^.CARSWELL., Importing Book-  SELJaERSA STATIONER-, c%.nstcintiy supplied and  r.-c iving irom best sourc s, 8cUot;|, Stan iar ; as1 MJj.  cell n -ous Books, and staple un I f\mcy Stan n ry. is  all its; Branches j ��������� Cbro r, rates .and Ling ley streets,  Victorki, Vancouver lslajn':!!���������.. ..        l-3m  EP.- WHEAR,Tax:or& Outy:ttbb, F������ rtSireel,  ������ Victoria, V������ I, < ppi>site B -*������'��������� Hive Hot I, wh< re bt  js pr.pjred to Supply i������ts numtrous pitr ns with every  r jquifdte for CfiuiiJng eulubb fur tv. ry seascn of tba  yejisv;.*��������� '.���������;.';;-.'/ .'.'��������� -; ���������'-;; -7���������;; ; ;��������� ; - i* ���������  THOHAS^WIIJSON.--&: CO., Imp-rt<ra of Kac-  llsh M rcS?tn Is*.'.nrhcl.'sut *��������� ������n i.retail 4t&\ rs in  Dry Oicds, Ac, vites 8tr>ett Victoria, V. I. On mi  at'ur 1st June n at In O.iv^ramcnt Street, epposite ihs  Biih'-t of Britlsu C-rurabn . ��������� ������������������   l-s  HOTEL -DE FRANCE, Victoria, V. I., Joa������  Biqnb A>a> POEBftBM&".01RT, I r pri -tors. The R ���������%���������  tuurmt-is supplied, witli all the delio ci ������ the-market  aft,r Is. la Use.E;r will be found the chcicsit Lxqv<m.  Furnisheu.^ipms, &C ...fa  I?VOEKE THOMAS* Yates street, Victoria.  U -WhtlcsuBi ::n;i E.���������util DjuI.t In WINES, BRANOIU  BESR^. ani LIQUORBr.nl dtp-������t of HiVumS-pan.  OetKiS fcrwn'r led to the Mining Districts. l������s  FRANKEb. Vict(.rtat V.I., D^al r inFoBI,  * Sai a, Hinss,Woo,&c, Lib.rala������ v ncsmiae  on Furs c nsignm'. .R d\ r. n&z���������Q. Sutro & Go., sp^r.  borg & Ru.-flT, Vicurta, V. B. 7   l-s  R3. HEIN, Uitju.vBR & Dress Makbr, 0 van*  ��������� m nt Street, Vietorti. V; t All kin .aorMiIIin ry  of the latest ;������tyl������ k pt e Distantly en han!. OMers  fromi the eountry pcmccn*liyatt;n toil to. !������������������������  PfiiTER McQUABat% dhip .Chandler and  deal rln'P Ints; Oils, aa^l Win low Glass. .Aiw<<y*  <n bsn ;-i i' I fg't- 8t^elt btvIfe;fti and Canvass. '-Wharf  S^et, Victoria, V.I������ : l������3m  TAI S00NG-& GO., Coininl^'i.'n.M rciiunts, to*  P������rt������rs and- D* lis in Clitoese G.io������jb, Bic, bu^r,  Opium, Nut Oil. Prurfciem k&+ OurmcruBt itroer, Vic*  m^.t.7   ������������������.;���������������������������������������������.��������� .     -X4BI  MESSRS. CORNWAI^'S, .  AT THIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE, half-way betijrMp  Spance's Brl ige and-Clinton, on the fYal������ mW ������  Travtfil^rs will una Good Accommodation;, .Ton-tsoatoff  living,-of Liquors, and of Wines   - #reab Batter,-UiHc  and Veg^Uas.   ������osd @t&bli$g aad vbrn^ So&L ' t&  WO OH & OO., Impoft-JS nni Dal rs in ������B  kin is of Cdn^-i ������'0 ������ a������ i rYiVisl.-n-s Bic ���������, Su-  l?ir, Tsas. &c, CarraopaBt Street, west of G.^rnmest,  Victoria, V.-1. CH2S K'T, M tt>g<*  E   WATSON, VTa-tohinaken Jeweler  ��������� and Engraver. TMi s street, above 0 v-  eminent atr^ot, Viett'rt'ii V. 8. I*        _  l^TILSON & MURiiAY"  0������ oi-as, ?������|f������J  \f .WiBa&fplrtta-rohantSpBUkctatCvnfecUoD "���������  JyTt Street, Vlciori i, .V. S. *0  SPORBORG & RUEFF, Commission JJcr-  CHANTy,;Who^-8al^ Djal:ts!������..<?S������CS*iW������, {*���������*'  I������.������������, B wj������ Ai Sa. as, Vflnai struct, Vle^rl i, ������< L- ^  l-s  aRELlAEY & FITERRST, tap*w������A:W������  ssljSbhi rsia Wines������ Spirits and Liquors.  ���������y'ip.tori'yyy^.;.;:' ...   ���������' ,���������     .; ��������������������������� A     .- ,       '     "  qfroaT te do:; (itte A&W-uifi).  ���������&j.RU%1Ximw;Qx MbsohaxtS> '.Stosu-Street,  V.*i. :    .���������".",   .--,;:    "���������-.���������     ' ' -; 700L-���������  i i j,, i, ,| _ iiimmii ii pt��������� ������������*y*i���������pi* *        a m*  corn-'P.of ,v ites uni Mwvc streot^ *JMfWt        .���������~  J"  l B; HA^^aiN, WW**^^������$lX  ������ n^rofiwaO������* wi W&rmtottA-tim*-ywttnv^,.  aoai'^tt.B'BNK"  IXERGHS'Ab SEYBtO_  FimriToaB, BroAd Stir^t,  iotorftt  \J isfKSCSA.SVS, Wharf gtgaei, Vigtor^v.j*^^^  iii  HI'  ���������  B  mm  jSSS  m  1  Ml  m  kxSMMMM toi.z;  my*  Barkerville, .Williams ,Creek,  mm  ':0.X'& 'i  LE^  The chief $nd^%������-earliest event ^since >xny  lastis ttein^sHgatioa^iiito  Lab ouohere���������which has already lasted for two  days and iro^stan������s\ab^^  AsssizesT It Hasten! field>under M commission from the Gbyernor^ddressed..to the Chie'f  ..-" Juste/- "ra  "bearing thej $vifienpe _so far adduced is, that  the ship ��������� aadJlca^ormighf have ��������� been Saved.  This fact is brougtit .out'chiefly in tbe examination, oLMr..A.jX Chambers, ;tlie;chief ,ofl5^r'  ydriy givps iti its this (bp&ion^fontf .^be^ vessel  could have been run ashore in the neighborhood of brakes 'Bay.5������ He seems, to have been  clear as to tfeposition of the ^vessel, guide d;  aa hewas by.:the ������arall6nesiJi^  L03 ReyeVVarei&ua!^ reefs^-  which was also no ticed by th e Cap tain. Again.  the bark Glimpse'Vwas/-if^^^no^ at an:?anchor, at  hailing distance. s;ltrU^emarkab|e. that Capt.  ^ Mquat, aUd^n^get  m^liereabo^^Wan vessel.  , But keeping iri view the want of harmony be-  ^tf ee^tbe^ii^ai^  1 out distinctly in Jthe evidence; v/the former  rstatin^tbat ho^  to separate omarrivaV in Victoria^and. the lat  / telfetestiiymg^ the  t#rew thei Capt ������snubteo^m^ Jsay, bearing  j lb mind the disagreement between^ these omV  > rcerspt'appears*that the^apt^ was very much  of the opinion pf;bis firsitofiiceri?  Not think-  . ing that fheraifwas, so" much danger; as; there  wentjih.lly proved toj be; hekept the ship'about  * iii;ifie%ame ^position, faking- sb6rt< stacksof  / half an hoar each, wltb the intention as soon  asda^ghtaffbrded; accurate Observation to^  choose ^^bnyeriieh t place and^run jher ashore.  Unfortunately,^ owing *lib ^ircumsffihees to  which 1 will fetfier^allude'presently; the wa^  ter bet^e^n^^and^avmiigot so rapidly wors^  r,l'J.'  Office^B ARKERYILLE^ ^Williams.; C.r'ees:,.! ^rhbooJ.  :.7Ah> i. Subscription, .$ 1 per, week,        '!  ,:  i(In3u^iigvj cost. of,delivery,) 'Pfiyabl^ W Ihe^Cirrier.,  vi -^X:'  10.1.  ^(M^mMMgAiAii^m^M.  ��������� 0'   CAMERONTON.i^VILLrAMkCREEK., "   . ' \  nm������ TERMS OF-SUSGRIPWOJf uftvejbeen redute^td  *|:$2 per; month ;-^b6ve>400^1ortte8lbf ?New* Worlds  ihajtetbecb. Honly .luery added to the 'circulating Library^  anil more are expected daily.77Parties7are solicited to  subscribe. :   ;';    '"���������;.".'   xx-   x-   X'x.Xy ������yj  .   Xjf    !    ' ~v' ' :-'��������� "JOHN BOWRON^Lib'rarian:^ !  ftr&!;V>.  W  >ax<3Uas  "frelghtHbelieve^M  rymah. rM& Chambers! 3nthv or  ders, haying the instinct of self-preservation  large; $ tbok j sin Nearly I o^ortunity Jof going  ashore j though, in j ustice to^birn^ we" must say  he promptly r^urn^d; ;��������� ft drfew forth an angry  ; exclamation from j.th������ Gaptain| which he afterwards followed up by a charge of desertion  ���������and; a^eftsalito>pay; his wages; though he paid  his (Mr. Chambers,-) fare up to Victoria on being so advisedly the agentsf Messrs. Falkner,  Bell & Goi   The Captain, by -the evidence of  ��������� Edward Dickenspn>:^^inade every effort to save  : the maii^the letters. ������>These nad been s to wed  away in a place called the-lazarette, under the  floor of the ladies^scabin.   Nothing but newspaper^^ bags ..could be'TJ&etied, and these were  x pulled out.df the wateri;&valliable' package,  which prove*d;tO;e gold watches^ >bnsiffned  to E. Marks & Go.i and a small portion of Wells,  Fargo &-Cq.VExpressrout of the cabin, were  save^; -Thetwhole: affair was:so immediate a  one that tht* last boatshad hot left, accbrding  .;to aU the.e\ridence,;from..5t68minutes befbre  ^^^ship^weht dpwn, in what was called 30  tathpms.XiJhus^Capt.^Mpuat, whose coolness  ana bravery.none could doubt, simply through  anexcess of'Vaution'-(looking for an appro-  P^ate.Place); disbelieving in, or unaware of  the extent of the^ariger; lost his vessel. And  now we come to the most disastrous: part of  tile matter, and no doubt theindirect, if not  proximate, cause of the sudden foundering of  the steamer; Capt. Mouat in his evidence states  Tt������0 ^d,es=*������ald riot be disconnected  It ? ?, le,fc *e eogme work the pumps sepa-  M-1 ���������WhafcTas the consequence ?P In or-  ������,������ ������2? i    enem������s mi^t pump effectually  the veSSel wag urged on at full speed; the  SdSIEr* consei1Aieiitly ver7m^hincreas-  etl at the bows, and the water gained rapidJv;  the fires were put out aoonafter 6. It is iuat  Possible that sails migbt at the last mornen  ^ave been the means of saving the veTse? by  beaching her; but the Cap taints reason for no^  J^������ts rigged^hd Wis bent is saUsfac-  m ������ aft^f68' .w^^?^ipates wrecking 28  ���������2^r'lrJD������ pprt? The d^ectcause of  all the- trouble was the derangement of the  SSI'S* ^?1^^^^^W&&  W^^fbSn4^"^^ m fat^ms  Rn^ Ik    ������,45 fathoms-.stream or moorin* chain  latter must have been in close proximity-bfr  brSh?^kedfSe^ud.^.oatanchors.   All this  oFOUght aboufc^a deviation of one and a half  *ve ateeied clear from that fatal rock.   But,-  iii ^cbhclusioi never^ was Isuclrafortunate ship-;* i6' JTh p l P!a th \\r\r\ -1 Rati *H r������ al* "P  wr^ck.   At the worst account, rind that dbub^     t*1*"    V^1??0 ^ ^MW^EhA  tiifj b^;;t^;iives; ;ios^;|[a ;v^ipel;.tp;;k^ejj; afloat  fro m 10 fcp.m:ytiilS ai^afte������ a Mai accideni;;^  : ^Tuesday> :8th Maiy^wasjihe ':fet' and^the$JtA;  day bfStie ffisizes"; ���������''��������� Ane? :ia;st :ftict ^spealcs-vol--c  iimes for -the; /.state ;of rpur -society.-   The two  only cases at alfimpfbrtaiit wef e those of Tom;  the? Russian,,; for burglary, for .which, accord;-  ih^Jo tjbe'en^  the-verSict of^LSguilty;^;kthbugh/ the'jury  brought him in "hot; guilty,,? < contrary to; the  direct chargb of the^Judfee.i ��������� Fancy a;man em.;  ployed for months. ab out certain^ re mises| th en  discharged;!a safe key (a^diiplicate)| is;missed  while he is,there ; -a. frienfl of 16ng ftahdiiig  and a A^llQw^ountryniari deposes Ithaii hevhas  seen/a^ keyj.iii ?Totia's p6ssessi6n;,siniilar tp 'tlie  key -iOf \ilie, Safi; ^bwhyi;aiy)^fc'thC ^ rass xingj  To ra^Mls-hihi;he^  wil 1 Js6on.be rienvfand for a reasbh^li^ h^s"i^e,  keyfep^ ,,,,y-... IVI ..���������--,......���������... ut^m-^-A-^..^,:,,.  the safe is^lound open but unmj ured, th<B safe   ; *��������� *    J*L.'���������������������*������ c V <**? ;4r*i *", *fr AI ^ ?  drawer;fo'rcxj,d"'a^ -*���������'��������� 7^"0-L\ " ' "'--^���������V-'-ff-'--'^, 0-  the;skylight is brokdn and-a cord found dang- * I���������$ 0:      ^'���������"���������'S-t'Ss'S?t!hMh  jingKtherefromY-j-Jom Had; been' en^loyedvon  ;tliel^pf| tp^i^nvl^e^fl  sinco he^a^Iett Thpn^^em  aj^fift;^  ver^ ap t ;tb - be7 considered the y delinqfuent ?  Noj be was "not"guilty.^  ...  -'  ;;; The ��������� other^a^ tfe  m;^ich; ig.clirn^rp  lose the $3500 but- of an iron^ bbxf iipt tfieir  safe; ��������� that; they' had ^een; ;C6iintihg^ i i^o vejp/as'  late; as> half i>(tst jo ri0;pn^jSunday: attei*iipon ^tbe;  day they;lj3st it;all f that'J Mrs. Copland-went  to the* street��������� door, ko*admib a^entleman^who  called, and held it5 in her api^niduring ^be  whole time of Sis visit; ;that:M^  1 and Afent > on t :fbr ^~ driy (^ in; ther ai^rnopii^  "leawng^Uthi^  and very^ slight;' iron^box^! npt|theiT| regular  safe ; thai; ^h^th^ir!JW������^h6hib;vtheyjmet and  sa^;^ ^m^eiDoctor^  hp^^^^tvWl^gvi]^^  ���������;':   ;'������������������ '..";'.-/��������� a'-; ".   ':'{-X...'"r:Ayr'X^  -" "7'X. -"X.A'-XA-'- '���������-.. ���������'AxfX7/7:-0070i'-'X7X:':Aiifr  ���������������������������..���������.-.-,,- -,?   ... . , .    , (      ���������        .    "W  r.::r-ll ; ;';:;--' X *..., X, ������������������������������������   ^"XX'X-' '7/::070X0.0X0?^  ���������    rl.A '������������������' ' ������������������    '   ���������',>   ���������-.' -���������    '��������� -.-���������'. ,   Y-.k ,    Xf?$tf&?'' "���������'- .iA'-J:  :i?"-^ro  .- ���������-,--- '    ��������� i: ,/'-;  ,'yX     -   ' *&%&*���������     #yV3t$J8������  ��������� ������������������ i'���������-���������.;'-.-' ������������������-���������' V"' '*"--'":.'������.xy. '���������:..":X.&At ^u^X^l'-^-i^AA^^^i^  ���������'- ���������    ... -..-. t^X^'i-...i���������if+-!k*iv;il.,,1,^',,,������������.j..,i.;yv~-": .. ., * ���������    "..'- ;,"-i:"-- '.-',' .   X . ~     -  ���������',:������������������'���������:-,-'���������  ."'--���������"���������D't-Wra^vn-nnnfmrt-'.D1^   ���������:*���������'*.���������������������������   ''a-.^- '   ,.''-,    ,     .'������������������:- \X..a:X).  frjDAUFTS;iSS^J3|PAm^HE rBANK'S^BRAJTCHi^f  10jm; MouTi^or^tjisKi^  VV/,%J.0/^^ 7-7fi:-iiAA0  i/:^  ..-n^,-  ;" .DEALER, IN ���������   A  ��������� r^:c^u, XXXA0A7 0- 0 Ay 07X007777X07  "'"^������������������ste-e'l  M-'fn.V"  ������fCARPENTERS  ERS' & MINERS'-TOOLS,  -'  rr--  ��������� ry;  ���������   ^POWDSR^FUSE,^&c^^O  ,v4'  i-viW  .-���������:A:vT-.t *'���������-  aLSO  STAB1  &t "M?  EtRrns  J',??'  their cooking at-one  tame^had^handed^to^Mrs^  efone^ descrilwJclSby. her in Court as befereeri  the size of a pea and bean, splitJn two, to put  in^her eye to cure her blindness, but which  produced great pain i nstead; that Joe .wished,  fruitlessly j-for Mrs< Goplahavhadi lost it^ >tb-re--'  cbvei; and return % to; the DriT tliisiStbhe; cWbtcb  he valued;at; -$400 to $50p,;and in default of  which he said he .(Joe)-might have: to go as a  slave for five years, r- ^i Li;his;was very interesting; and still mpre-.so Joe's confession; to  Mra*; Copland^ in the prison yardf ^that.the bulk  of the money was senfcto Port To^hsend in a  canoe; in charge of one Ah Sa - and another  Chinaman, j >��������� The only: wonderful -tiling' is that  Mr, Copland,-;wh6'��������� spared ho expense in ferreting but the rdbbers;;.having,^^^as I am. credibiy  infbrmedi paid $300 in'har;U;x)ash to somevChi-  nese,who informed him;pf; the place";of coii-  cealmentpf-Ah Siun,, the^^ Doctor, and Joe0  and who showed considerable.pluckandgi^eat  shrewdness in the who alfaiiv-the only wonder  I ia^ .is that Mx. Co plan d^ did: n o t se nd across  to Port Townsend.or; the Sound generally���������  though.perhaps^iedid/.-^tb"'a'rrest and search  all and sundry Chinese" coming over in a canoe.   His enemies and robbers, the Doctor and  Joe, Were found guilty and sentenced to three  years each in the chain-gaiig.  One remark which his honor the Chief Jusr  tice'made at. the opening case I trust will be  taken up and echoed and rerochocd in every  Cpurttpf Justice in which the arms of Britain  are found surmounting the Judge's canopy.  It was on the occasion of the trial of an undefended criminal, and he a foreigner: "Is  there no gentleman of the Bar, Mr/Attorney,  (the Attorney General) who will watch tho  case for the prisoner ? In England there are  never wanting gentlemen of the Bar to assist  an undefended prisoner. This Colony has  quite as many gentlemen of the profession in  proportion to criminal cases as are to be found  in England. I should wish it more particularly in this case, as the prisoner is. a foreigner."  Well done Chief Justice Needham! Wei 1 done  British good feeling and fair play! A fair field  arid no favor all the world over. Mr.  subsequently took the case.   .  Our last sensation item of intelligence received is that of the bombardment of the city  of Valparasio.  Advertising.��������� A French' editor has given  the following sensible description of the effect  of an advertisement: "The first time a man  sees, an advertisement he takes no notice of it;  the second time he looks atthe name; tlie third  time he looks at the price; tlie fourth time he  W*-'.*i  WU^M&������GftE&&  ,^Goj^e;*S;MQAJii  **^X       ''   ~asb~^   -rx'x ?X 0rX  :  ',Gof.i>'I)csT|  :withiU;24ib^;  Ores of evei  -������������������ X. *-.jl04  j April, 1866, ; '\ 1;  ���������i   ������*a������ ������ uh0 .;������i;-.yy;. ��������� ^SS'SKvCiiWi'      i'.. - .-^r .���������:��������� -   ,-..:'.>������^s,. AM^PAt,?  "~X":  BAKKER^rLLE-v \    X,  -tX .  & r C O. ,J Propsietors. -^  Meals ready at all hours,,       77.  -���������''. ; N E U F E L D ER   &   G O., 7/  ���������' ��������� ^ > '* rioh'fi.eld; ���������    \   ' ; ' '  m0r-Xy-i:i-   "      ' PEALERS IX..        , ^   :-������������������,���������   ���������  PROVISIONS, GROCERIES^CEOTHING, &d  . Storage' and Commission^ ::l- ���������'���������'/ s  eipHEN 7&^   HOFFMAN,    :  ,;    : ;��������� < '������������������* ���������':: ��������� ��������� x.   . - DEALERS IN;.;' \ A: - .*', -:      ���������'  '< r -'  CLOTHING &i)M GOODS  ���������   t .        '; BAKKERVILLE.   * ' ���������   ,'  A large' supply of Ladies I Goods i on tbo way;  ^HESBAim^OF  EiA/MO/qr&:^i^^  BARKEltVILLE^tljoiainl: the Ejcpross billed. ���������:',!'  BAKKERVILI.E, 1  ���������   '\    '" L    ; v '   ESTABtlSHED JN 18S6. / ��������� y ; ;,!' -  Head Ofpicb : "7,' ST.: HELENS PI.ACE ;MOT(^f-,  ���������DRAFTS ISSUED ^on .tbndon, Now^rork;kSan Frim-  ;ciscoj;.Cariboo, Canada, \New;Brunswick,r Nova^Scotia^  and on-all the Branches1 ot the N-itioaal Bank of Scot-  land and'Provincial Bank; of Irelanl:  '/ V  f. Bills .of'Excbaia^e;^  Interest on Sp^ial Deposits of Mpney allowed *t- th������  rate of aquarter of-one percent, pjr month.*'    \.-X.  'Gold Dcst Molted; and Assayed;^and; return!.raad������  'within 24 hours in Coin or Bars. ... * -At i *��������� - ��������� *.': x  -. Orus'of evfiry descriptipn.carefully-Assayed.1 . 7.  jiJWN' Bi���������AnyUnstructions as to the,disposal of the pre-  ceeds.of.'GolU1;Dust tvirw^rded to;tho office inT Victoria  lor'Assay will bs carefully atten led-to*- ^*v:  0 "  l 0::70JAG; imEPHE^tlisnAgnXy  A Victoria, y. I, April, 1806.. ,;       ,,    \ - r 1 ��������������� v-.;, ,  BARNARD'S  m: j. blackman,  BARKERVILLE.  Ring  reads it; the fifth time he Bpeaks of it to his  wife; the sixth time he buys.*/', *  BARKERVILLE  BREWERY.  BREWER.  Boo  LEWIS   WILDE,  and Skoe Maker,  BARKERYILLE  JAMES   PURDIE,  BLACKSMITH,  RICHFIELT). '  HENRY   SGHORL!NG,  VAN WINKLE,  Dealer in all kinds of Pro visions Clothing, &c-  ^T Stabling for Honwfi- H*y, Ifrfiflf ;m& ^s������ &i*  l-s  f-  Cohiif ct intf at Lillooet; 'aiid Yale!:witCBIETZ &  NELSON1 S for New^WestmlnsCer'&lVictbriiivP a  WILL ��������� ARRIVE AND DEPART /from' the;\>fflce; la  Barkerville, to c'mn.'ct with the steamer "Eh-  tofpriso" at Qiicet^i mouth, on! 'the STAGES at Sod*  Creek, EVERY, WEEK, conveying Tkk>scre, Let-  t'ebs und.VALUAntBS for all parts of tho worl I. .. Alio,  (^iumis.sio'ns.'rvlC',iv'ed; nn*l furvvariled by Express .-.for  the collection of Nutes, Bills and the purchase of tirli-  eies to bo obtained at-New Westminster,. Victoria, Sun  Francisco or enroute; and returns mado with .dispatch.'  JOHN, B." LOVELL,    ���������:  l-s .':;'' Agent, 'B-irkerrilla:  Important to Miners!  .."���������''   The undersign ed-is prepared to     ������������������������������������'������������������A  CLEAN BLACK SAND, ^BLOWINGS. AN������  . ::    ".PANNINGS,;^;-/.   a  On Commission, or will purchase any quantity oa &���������  ;- - Most IiIbejial Terms, at the  .;    .,,  Reading Room, Cameronton, ,;:;  Tho Subse'rlTier is well known on "Williams Creek, aa*  from the confidence reposed in him last Fall in tl*  above business, ho hopes to receive the patronage ef  the Mining cbmmunity the ensuing season  -   s. JOHN BOWROU".  ������Cf^BgyftlfaBMWtCWufmM,^:^^aa^^1US^att^^ lllin  'I'll HI'1' If I HI'^"^  MOTfCE-  BIG BEND, BRITISH COLITMBIA,  DURING THE MINING SEASON the undejsigneA  will bei prepared to'ereoute Surveys and tranw*6  a Sen#ral Agoxla? Busl������������88. JOHN KORB3S,  j.6       ���������������������������   -:l: ������?trll Sagia.^c,;  iiM������������uewawBatl4Wi>aj&g.4,!iWaS ^00  '���������re**;  : f ���������"'  i ���������  ^^geamgearoaEaieEgsg nw ^^jsgegggg^  !CTSg53B^^i^Uffl3C.^SU:^535L5aidUJK  ^^miLiwffl������"������������^������^^  .'si*  ':-i-      'jT.TO ADVERTISERS;; .:���������.���������������'   . '���������; ���������!  ? Tbo "Cariboo Sentinel"' is published every .Monday  ���������-nod Thursday.   Advertisements intended for Insert ion  ���������?'mu*t be. delivered at latest at.ft:o'clock,:p..m;, tho day  .>el^re. publication..:\.-.;  -,...;���������:..;;-:..".-.-.- - .-���������... ..:- - _. .  wm ambqq sentim  : A'a will be sebn; byVreferring to the report  0007 - - of the proceedings^  ;-j:r ;'���������..:'" 4r*r^oftheSaprenie Court here, given-ia our  C[ "''''"...;��������� columns this niorningjthat the recent decisions  !.| *ft 9W:.;Supreme Coui^ J^dge .re^eredL^at  07'X. 7'^  r| ��������� ��������� /                                  their strict interpretation                       of an  \ .     officer who knows We^^^"responsibility of his  A ���������;                                i>08Hfo'nyand;i)'as the maiilines3':tb"-:deel!n;e:,.the  i;-;: . assumption of- the dangerous eonsequences  1 XxA'A   '.'���������  that mteh'tfdllon T^  I. ���������-���������<��������� edicts of the'Supreine'-Court, without being  v '      s authorizcd-aiut&ii^  Vwe consider.the,man������er inwhich the Supreme  \   <: Court has disposed of: theleases of Eddy and  :f ������������������':���������'���������' ���������'- ; WaldroB* is it to be wondered at that an officer  'i . 7 ':'> I'������������������"������������������ .    x holding ho w'ritteajautho^^^  ;! ���������'. ������������������ - A- '7    :f\,      :;rvv %  ;| ���������:'        :[���������: perKapsibririg do wn' upon; Jiim;an ;actioni for  f*//.v-   -.  /-',;;,'     .;���������:;. images or eyen.Woree.* ;.&^  ������0^i^0M0* r0x.000~?^f jsfe^ ��������� e������i^ ,tha ^Supreme  l/7Xx7X:> : x ���������".'-  CourHf^rbperly^autborize^^uthe'does de-  J ������������������ Ar ::".. , ** . .-.-.v-,- ���������' .dine -to act as Deputy/Registrar without posT  r.': ..;���������;��������� :; Ax .   flessing the rcqiusife''.ppwera:jlie says when he  /   ;   ;  ,-, ...-"..   ; ^hasTe.cei^ed-from^GbVerhmenVspeciaPcom-  ;';���������'������������������*���������'������������������ '."���������'������������������������������������;���������"���������������������������:'.' missio^orWthbrity^h^is^qiiite ready as he  ?:'= ' ������������������:���������������������������-A A.. .A ?v'. iha's always vbtfen ;when:-:a'hy ^emergency; has  0\ ���������'���������']'fi       fpresehteditseli^toabt iQ:,any matfer ...where  |      ���������'���������',<.-���������.' ���������   , ���������   :;'.TJig services ate  ������.'''".'' '        ;       fcieiiciously conceive^  1 '-\; ;���������:���������"'.������������������' ;:'ani;illegal:act^he very .^i^ely shirks the duty;  piv-;. i :::V: . ��������� '���������;���������;.?���������;���������.. ..: .,and,who can blame;hinr^Can Judge.,Begbie  "0aA0x. '-���������."A.���������'.'rxi- ^A^r'fo  07 '70 A00XXA ^think;:not,::he. is-simplyv .declining tocinatce  \\AiA :��������� '.'AAXiirAxAi A. himself a party W what would he called an  py:i': AxAA .illegalproceeding.   There;isonly-one.Regis-  r'i'0.AX.0; ' ;   ^    trar'o^  0x:XAAA,A'   -    A.--.'. iShedffinthis,Colbny,^an^^^^  100X0 0' rAx: ;^eVutaiibn:lTom!:;either;r^  :, one dare:assumejtheii%duties>without render-  ing themselves amenable to; the 1 aw.  ;;:.;;. ..Viewing the: subject jngahy;;ligliWe thinlc  ;;%^that theGovernment'wil^pfye^at'the same  ^^D&luBiou as-;iftte:umtedgg^  f^febtf-tlifs^mining cbmmumtyjha^com^ to-^-that  ^rJttdgcl'Cbx has not only ^p&fforv^'7a-A^iyir to  hiniself;i>.utJo the_Gpj7ern^^  ��������� 'faithfully administers. ��������� ;*--It'-is:;to be regretted  . 'that ahy.raisimderstariding.-shbuld arise be-  .-: ^w^en gentlemen holding high.official positions  "under tlie Government.' of 'this ''Colony;" but  tli en if the one forces the other tb take up a po-  ; si.tipn,which he believes to be. right we cannot  ':   see lie wit can be" avoided.'  '.- ��������� ���������'''"������������������-'���������' X  0'J.t certainly se'ems to us to ;;be high time for  - tH'tf Government to adopt active measures for  the establishment'of a High.Court of Appeal  Tfcje interests of the whole country, from Cariboo* W New Westminster,.loudly demand such  "a" re form, la pur judiciary, and Ve are sure the  people will.not cease to: urge it on the attention of 'the^Government until the request has  ..t>oen granted.   We have no hesitation in stating that the institution-, of such a measure  would clo mdreto allay the present dissatisfied  letatebf ,the public mind than any other scheme  that could "be introduced.     ���������   * .'"  ..;r.........,-   -. ...:-���������.  xx.; .*"^-j - ���������:A^'-'^'i''''-i ���������  >%������A0 ^'xAA^s^il  TjA������: ^^SFXlAWmt  last dollarin prospecting, he may find, when  he thinks he has reached the long' hoped: for  goal of his ambition, that some more.favoiired  iridividuat had intended taking up the ���������sanie  ground long previously, but had neglected  cithet\staking it off or recording^ it, a grave  error"iertainly, but one; which can he expiated by filing-a bill in Equity, making a score  or two of affidavits; and paymg his own costs  inja Chancery;siiit^ahd this is what is < called  :������^Equity."''':'.":;   00xA 01 'A''   ��������� 70AX:   ��������� ���������,  :   I shallnot.at present make any remarks on  other recent arbitrary decisions of the same  Judge; my object being merely to co'mmence  the agitation of thissubject, and if the miners  are alive, to their own interests, they will I:  trust 'arouse' frbih. their torpitiide/ and take  prompt steps to strike at the root of the; evil,  and* by insisting on a reform of the law' save  themselves from being crushed' into "the dust  beneath this terrible "one man power."   It is  true, the apology we. have .had. for. a Legislative Coundil ygave no satisfaction with regard  to the petition presented at their last session,  praying for the abolition of appeals toChancery  iri mining suits; nayi more, that they^insulted  the petitioners;by referringvthe consideration  of the matter to a committee of lawyers; who,  as;a;matter of course, would never advise any  reform-which would be likely-to check' litigation,'andtfake-:the bread ,out of ;their own  mouths;- ;-Ncxfc'year however I hope there will  be^som^impro^ementinrtho^tsn^^^  meat, but even a council like Ihe last, would  scarcely dare to proyokeJlie indignation of a  united and determined population, if the lattery woulji" only letj.thcm^see that they were  ^unanimous, iu.f.their/ resolvS. to:: ;b.e .rid. longer  treated as ignorant, irresponsible serfs. Other  colonies have been, misgoverned before now,  but they have also set us the example of showing that determined resisjancie; to misrule by  eons'titu'tional means, will eventually'remove  it, thatirio man or no. clique canrlqng continue  to exercise arbitary power, or make vexatious  exactions .against the will ofrthe; people, and  'that the sooner decisive measures are Mbpted  the sooner wilbthe incubus be removed.  "v/*-: ���������'���������." '���������"���������-���������:���������   :"������������������' "    ' ''r-HINER.   '  X ���������> !/E. C. GILLETTE;*  CAMERONTOWaV. 7  '  NO TICS;  rpHE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofdro existlne between  JL--Messrs. J.- B.- CHANCELLIER ��������� and N. CUN IO lias  been dissolved to-day by mutuyl agreement.. Mr. Cunio  remains sole proprietor of the Barkersnlle.Brewery::.1 :  : Williams Creek, May, 23rd, 1866.  ��������� . ��������� j:;.     .    0-lm .  ;   j.:.k".-JSUTER & CO ,v  C 6 mm is si on' A gent s  AND  DEBT- COLLECTORS.  OT E L  CAMERONTOWK  ;* Bankrupt Affairs wound up and Balance Sheets prepared:' Mining Accounts carefully mado up;' All kinds  of. Forms and agreements drawn; and eycry other description of business promptly attended to.     -   ,.;   .  . jjsyr 0nice���������RICHFIELD, near the Court House.    5  BEMOVAL   OF QQOpa  H.   G.   WJLMOTT  BEGS "TO INFORM THE MERCHANTS AND PUBLIC  of Williams Crcck: that ho is prepared, at the short-  est notice, to remove goods of every description' with  care between tho towns of RicbQcId, Barkerville and  Camerontown, at reasonable rates. \ . .  ' .  Richfield, May 21st, 186G.^   ���������  -    -��������� '��������� 6  BOMBARDMENT OF VALPARAISO.  " Man, vain man, elothed with a little brief authority,  *Flrf"ys sucb fantastic tricks before high heaven, as mako  the angels weep.'?'. \;   .���������-.*.-  ToTOE Editor of;this '.'*CaR30o;SBNTncEL,?J  ;��������� TgjRt���������I am glad to.see that you are taking  "a decided position in opposition to the absurd  and vexatious svstem of litigation, which tbe  Chief Justice .of this colony is, most unfortii-  -��������� nately.for his own reputation,";an'd;the interests  -oflhei raining community, encouraging and  prompting. ��������� The late decision iii;the Borealis &  . Watson case,'strikes me as being, tlie most fla-  . grant and arbitrary stretches of power that has  ever been committed by an individual occupy-  ing the position of a Judge, a position where  the man should be sunk in the exponent of the  l.iwt on the interpretation of which by its Ad-  ininistrator^in.our^nfortunale.colojay), owing  ; to'the want of an appellate bburt, the whole  ���������welfare of the community-depends, and the  .;power of giving -which invests their author  wi th the functions of: an autocrat.' '���������'" Froni be-  ���������a gining to end tie document which has appeared in print bearing the signature cf the Chief  '. Justice, is a most ingenious ;piece of special  lpleading, which might do credit to-a counsel  : trying to make the best of a bad case, but ill  : becomes a Judge..'. It tells us.: plainly that wo  liave: mining laws containing explicit provU  oionsas to the manner in which .claims shomd  be taken up; and held, but at the same time  that any parties having money enough to stand  theACbstS :of .a Chancery suit, may omit to com-  ? ply! with these, pro visions arid set^ the law at  i^degarice \ it tends to create a. feeling of-inser  "ciirUy aito thejalue of every Hi tie, no' man  San Francisco, May 14.���������The Golden City  from Wnania April 30th, with Ne\v York passengers to the 21st, arrived this* morning.  _ y alparaisp was bombarded by "the Spanish  iFleet^ arid a pbrtibh Of the town laldUnniins.  Letter's 'to the Panama '-II erald^; says'- ttifit. on  the 31st, 4hoVmprningofcthe threatened bomr  bardment, ���������&. M.-frigates Sutlej aiid^Leahder,  with the DeVasfation aU'd *, stofeship Nerens,  left the bay-and anchored outside.. The American ships also.had'to leave about 8 aVni.'The  enemy ?s vessels took lip position against the  town���������the Resolution opposite Vaiiney station  Villa de Madrid and;;Blanche,i2Q0 yards from  Custom House, Vencedora .close in to destroy  dwellings, and the ship Namancia remained  outside signalling orders. At 0, a. ra., the  Blanche'-opened on; the Custom" House, arid the  others followed on each available point on  which to pour destruction:. For.'nearly;three  hours the fire was kept up without intermission.  At 12 m. the squadron drew off.- Erom 15 millions to 20 millions Tvortli of property was destroyed���������nearly all belonging : to . English,  American and other foreigu merchants.;; All  the comfnercial part of the town was destroyed  The Spanish Admirallmving received orders  from Madrid to  desiroy -to the utmost all  Chilian and Peruvian towns on the coast, on  March 27th notified-the foreign representatives  that in four days he'would bombard the city.  Every foreign representative protested in the  most energetic manner. 'The British residents  were promised .protection by   the   English  squadron,   and   the   American  Commodore  promptly placed his squadron for co-opcra-  tion, should;the threatened bombardment be  atteihptedr^ '���������" 0 A- 5-::v r." - A*0''< A., Ar  r The Represeritative of France was equally  ready to ;join to prevent the atrocity; but at  last the English Admiral withdrew and said  he could pot interfere except diplomatically���������  that British in teres ts.. must look o u j; for themselves on shore.   Commodore Rodgersshrank  from undertaking active assistance.    While  the negotiations,were going on time was lost  to 'the neutrals; and when the day of bombardment came, the property.was still in .the Cus*  torn House stores.   The conduct, of .the. British  Admiral is loudly condemned by the English  residents.   129 shots were fired.  The Steamer, "Enterprise"  .'; ;;;i. ;."WiU leave SQDA: CREEIt' ���������  >:.M02^AY;&; THUiiSbAY.,MORNINGS;  AT b'AK^Gm;A..;r  ���������;-;'I;V:';':;;; wm'ie^e^QOTSisrEL-:': .'.'������������������; '  WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MORNINGS;  XyAXyA0Ax   AT 6 O'CLOCK,    xT,       x   ...  Connecting at Soda Croek with Barnard^ Stagps on  Wednesday's trip down and Thursday's trip up.  ;  ^������������f* Freight to Quesnel llcts. "^ lb. :���������  x//  Steamer ������������������Enterprise,' )   X '    . .:,    :.  6  u  .May-21st,-1866.  Williams Creek -Plume;  ��������� Ordinance,; 1866," :-  NO TIC E   T O   M I N E RS  THF; WILLIAMS CREEK; BED ROCR FLUME AND  ��������� DitcU'Compaxy, Lihitei), call tbe.attention of.Miners to. " The Williams. Crcok^plumc 1 Ordinanoo. 1886,"  a copy of .which can be seen at their o'ffice^and hereby  caution all pcrsons not to trespass oh any'grouud 'nor  interfere with'any rights and privileges therein granted  to the Company..'.     .,     ������������������   ; '.     -.  n- ���������-   '���������   ..:���������.-  E*. A. WADHa\MS,     :.;,-������������������  ">;.-��������� '. Secretary.  '' Richfleld; 16th May, 1866.     . ;    4-4w '  THE UNDERSIGNED  HAS  OPENED^ THE ABOVE  Hotel and Restaurant, and is now prepared  to receive Boarders by tho week or day. *  . jQ^A flrst-class COOK has been engaged.    ���������  ...  ���������'��������� Parties wishing to Board out this season will find it  to tbeir advantage to. give him a call, as his house for  cleanliness, attention tb customers,, and a good Table  cannot.beexcelled; ���������:. ��������� ������������������;���������-��������� -|    ������     '  Pies, Coffee, Chops and Steals at' all bourn  ..I.-   -   ,..,.,.      ....   ALEX. P. MclNNES, Prop'r  ' .''^a^eryille;1;' :,;;i ���������.  WnOLESAlJJ AXD RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL  ;; KINDS OP70 . ���������"   '-.���������'  PSOVISIONS, .LiQUdRS, SEGAB8,  ' X' ������������������-,....      4 ,.'..,'��������� i '.  oiiOTHijsra,;;  ��������� ':���������' BodTs';;&':sHQEs,''.;;;  MINJNC* TOOLS, <&ccx  B'c������: to cali the attention of Miners and others  ��������� " 'to'their full assortment of SUPERIOR G00D3  ���������.. -:.- i -X .v x A ��������� which willbe'sold ������������������--      - '- .- ���������  AKe;;������!;T;:;^  to make room for: a NEW .STOCK- to arrlvo so soon sa  ���������  '-:������������������ > ��������� the Roads are open..   . ;;.' _:..;.  j5������-Liberal allowance will ;be made to  Restaurant-and Hotel Keepers and the Trade generally  .on large orders...   - ���������     :.-.     ���������. x-  -r*   .: xr. x y}  'yy ,vyAk.E';::UP-,;'JAKE::. Ai  RPTMMNT,?'MKEEY,  axv ..-.:.: --x.  ��������� ..:: A0\ -  Barkerrille, B...CM., ..,) A0  KELLt & PATERSON; Propribtors.  ��������� Everything is done in connection with this est^blisV  ment to:gge.sa;Usfactioat^sthe^ .;-'."  -"' ^sr-iieais^at^aHvfiSSrip^y0770X7x0.  ..'. x CAMERONTOWN,.   yy ,r :������������������  C. FULTON, Proprietor.    ���������������  There is'no distillery kept in this establishment,  and strychnine and rot-gut find no place here..   2  INFORMATION   WANTED  A S TO THE PLACE OF RESIDENCE of Alexander  xl_ Harvy McNabb, from Nerval, C. W., when'last  beard from was at Lillooet about to cross the mouu'tains  East. Parties who can give information will please  communicate with John McNabb, Esq., Toronto, C. W.,  or Mr. J.-II. Wright, "Williams Creek. If the said. A.  H. McNabb applies to Jrr. Wright he willheiir of something to'his advantage. ''��������� 1-lm"  -;.'   PRAGER; &, ^-BRO^ <0  MERGlkAN  barkerville,   '  DEALERS IN  Assorted Merchandize  ;.-'*    .-.Wholesale" and Retail,.    ... ;1  G-REAT   ATTRAOTION!  ��������� EVERY  EVENING,' : .  AT TH5  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT  THE P O ST OF FIG E  ...-..;   wiil, until further notice, be k6pt:at:the   ���������'i-  .Library in camerontown,'  and Mr. JOHN B0WRON will be the Acting Postmaster  WM. GEO. COX,".- . ���������:  ;  Richfield, B.C./   )    ���������, J. P.  1st May/A, D. 1866//. ��������� ltf  In the County Court of British; Columbia  Holden at Richfield.  ijiiiiiiioi,  BARKERVILLE.  LL LOVERS OF THE TERPISCHOREAN ART M  invited to call and enjoy themselves,'whon a near.)  welcome will be extended. ���������  ft  X&T The best of Wines, Liquors and Segars  and Good Order observed.- ���������������������������-.��������� '-' ' '0 ��������� , .  1 A      ���������   .MARTIN.k<COOK, Prop'r-  NEF ADVERTISEMENTS.  ADVERTlSElffENT.  is- secure if he strikes a good claim, as after  strictly complying with the law v% jich he sup-  Doaes to be his protection, and spending his  Afowrow-BogiisCompany  ��������� ������������������"������������������ (IJNLIMiTisD.)  SOME SECOND HAND INJUNCTIONS on white men  and negroes, tb be sold cheap.  tary and Foreman.  Apply to the Secrc-  8  LOST  OFF THE STAGE, BETWEEN BLUE TENT AND 150  Mile House, .one Box Books, addressed A, R. Koh-  ERT30N, Rie hil el d.    Any p erscn il n d ing tlie same'i an <1  leaving it with any of Barsard's Express Agents will  1 be suitably rewarded. ' 7  .  ���������������������������...-   >���������--...,-������������������'       IN BANKRUPTCY.-:  WHEREAS, a Petition for adjudication of Bankrupt-:  cy, bus been duly filed on the 16th day of May  last by Walt kr Long. Fi-xton', of Cameron town, Wil'  liams Creek^ British Columbia, late Restaurant and Saloon Keeper,  and he having been adjudicated a Bank-,  rupt, is here by required to surrender himself to Wm.  Geo. Cox^ Esquire, the Judge of. the above Court, for a  first examination on Friday the ISth.'day of June next,  at eleven o'clock in the morning precisely^ and' oil  Monday, the 16th day of July next, at 11 o'clock in the  morning precisely, at the .Court IXu'use, Richfield, and  make a full discovery and disclosure of his estate and  effects, wben and where the Creditots arc to come pre-;  pared to prove tbeir debts, and atthe first sitting to  choose Assignees and at the last sitting the said Bank-.  rupt is required to finish his examination.'1    ���������'��������������������������������� '������������������  All persons indebted to -the,said Bankrupt or that  have any of his estate and effects are not to pay or deliver the same but to Mr. M. G. Phillips, Esq., the Official Assignee appointed by tlie said Court; :'  JOSEPH PARK,  ...   Richfield,  Counsel for Petitioner,  Rittharid, 17tia Mav, 1S95. 4  ���������,.;;:;.;;.'^ARKERyiLLE, .;  MISS THURBER & MR, LAWLESS, Prop^  rnHrS 1IOUSE HAS'BEEN -NEWLY,FrrTED Wf  1 the Restaurant principle with a view to the coiriw  of the public, and will be conducted in a mannu  ensure the satisfaction of tboso who are dispose  (avor the proprietors,with their patronage. :-'*������ ���������  -    Meals at ail,Hours. .Good Beds-      f  -: j(53r The Bar is furnished:with .the,:b������st solsctio^  Liquors andi Segars. ? .- ^X rxx.. X'^V-4 -  WHOtESAl  ���������'���������-:������������������'������������������ :: '* MEROHANTS AXD DBAiER^m  FROyiSIONS,;CL(KHING;:i^  O rvibuTTEt & ca,  ::-.  WHOLESALE & RETAIL  A ��������� RICHFIELD, Williams Creek, B,, C.  WE HAVE ON HAND "a large stock of P^visiog;  Hardware and Vegetables* a������d_&r:,()r8 0  Hardware and Vegetables,  mined to sell them cheaper, than any ^"^1*0  Williams Creek, Come and f$e������ air*, jn*������* tw Jm      j  Ricb&eW, M*y 6ta, 1856.   .'  CB    M THE CARgOO SENTINEL  THURSJ?AY, ;MAY 31, 1866. J       .  .MINING' INTELLIGENCE. ���������..-..  xAr    WILLIAMS OREEK.  '    !:  ec The high stage of the water in the creek  has stopped all mining operations, below the  Cameron co'y, the Raby and Dead Broke co'ys  have been drowned out.���������The Cameron co'y  washed out on Tuesday;60;punces from their  new shaft.���������The.Moffat co'y washed out- yesterday 30 ounces;���������The Morning Star co'y  got through bed rock and struck a channel  la3t night.* ���������' -������������������-���������- ���������'������������������'X .  ,:.;..; ,- GROUSE.-CREEK,  The Salt Spring co?y have been working in  Ihebedof the creek for several, years and  making fair pay; during this period they have  laid 1100 feet of a; flume, the.depth of ground  worked will average 20 fee.t and at the point  where they quit last season. was paying from  $10to'Si2ra'day to tlie Hand. One of -the  share holders was over; here _ori. Tuesday and  hired 0 or 7 .Chinamen to assist them ; we believe the wages given to Chinamen is $4 a day,  ���������Wake'"up Jake co'y. have bottomed ar shaft  38 feet and found a. prospects-French; co;y  are doing- as well as usual.���������Ne'er do Well  co'v, 6 shares, have been engaged for the last  six'weeks sinking, shafts, in the last. ope. they  Yfouna-fc-psospect and started drifting into, the  hill, getting in 50 feet, rim-rock: was' struck,  but afterdrifting; through ihis about 20 feet  they got into a channel; they had been washing all the dirt that, was���������'��������� taken: out, and on  Saturday last on cleaning-up had 23 ounces  ,'of coarse gold. The, Discovery or: Sneddon  co'y we,understand washed .up for; the last  week about 180 ounces.-~Thefe are a number  of eampanies below, this point running tunnels' and' sinking shafts'but we have not heard  with what success; .the,number, at "work on  . thiscreek at present is estimated at about 100.  LIGHTNINGCREEK. ... ,  / We are just informed that the Blair co?y,  above the old Dutch co.,'who have sunk a shaft  on the hill side about 20 feet deep and had got  as high as $9.to thepan;;-this'1 is;supposed;to.  be the lead which was*lost last"fall by the old  Dutch' and Segel co'ys. '���������*",- X-. 7 A-_    ��������� ���������  VICTORIA ITEMS FROM,"CHRONICLE."  J"!  Decisive Stand Taken By  r       Judge Cox..-;./':  . As we stated.in our last issue the Aurora  Co. had notified the Davis Co. to appear at  Clinton to answer an application. that .would  there be made (on Friday ..last) before the  the Judge of the Supreme;Court, for an injunction to restrain them from working certain ground. ���������' A messenger was dispatched  in all haste, who, finding Judge Begbie at  Bridge Creek, procured from him ah order to  Judge Cox, as Deputy Registrar of the Supreme  Court, to issue an injunction, and attach the  Seal of that Court to tbe same, as:the seals  of the Supreme Court in the Registrars possession were in the Chief Justice's waggons  which had broken down and were some distance behind. The .messenger, Wm. Hazcltine,  arrived on Tuesday evening and handed the  ������B3tt4mMiq*������������^^  BRIDGE RIVER.  order to Judge Cox, and the hearing came  on..yesterday.m.Q^ o'clock   the mouth of this creek-and went to" work  We make, an,extract from; a letter written  by Mr. John Simpson, at Lillooet, 16th May  inst. Mr. S. has been up Bridge River some  distance prospecting for the last six weeks.  He says," I am going up again with .other  four ^parties, to bring water on a bar about  20 irijles from the mouth of the river, but whether it will pay us for so doing. is:; more than  I can tell. The trail is now finished as far as  it will be carried until the country has been  proved. I am afraid it will do but little good  as there are two large creeks in'the way which  will be very hard to cross 'without being  bridged, one in particular, called ..Gun' Creek  is almost impossible to cross at high water  which lasts for about two months, so that I  don't think the upper part of the river will be  properly prospected before the end of the  season.  From Mr. Jeff ray, who arrived here the other day from Bridge River, wef gather the following particulars respecting that region: Our  informant, along with. Mr. Lorimer and four  others, left Lillooet, on the 23rd April last,  with all the necessary stock of provisions and  tools for carrying on prospecting operations  for some time. They proceeded .along the  new trail as far as Tyackton creek, a distance  of about 70.miles, where it terminated. Here  they fixed up a boat and proceeded as far as  Gun creek, distant 15 miles : they camped: at  MARRIAGE IN HIGH LIFE.  e of  otirfc  . On Thursday 10 tti inst,. Major Mallowanski  ,had left for. parts unknown: liabilities : from  ,$30,000 to:$45,0.00:^An Indian had,been arrested for th#murder of an Indian-boy.-^~The  .Governor had informed the Chamber of 6pm-  ..merce that the .Reciprocity-;Tfeaty "with the  ��������� United States had been brought to an end and  ' no other treaty was in course of .negociation.  . ���������Isaac ..Turgoose was convicted of selling.  whiskey to Indians .and fined S100 which was  promptly paid.���������John Copland had passed his  first examination as a bankrupt, trade assignees Messrs. Macready and Nicholson.���������A convicted theif in jail had refused to work on the  'streets' because it would degrade him.���������After  an absence of 150.days the sch'r Kate arrived  from the Northern Codfish banks without a  . single fish.���������The.suit of-'the assignees of McDonald vs Trounce came up for trial on the  - I7th inst. when a verdict was returned for defendant���������The steamer Fideliter was to make  her first trip to Portland on Wednesday last  -; 23rd inst ;< it was reported she would run in  connection with the Montana from San Fran-  . Cisco, and bring passengers for S20 cabin and  $10 steerage.���������The steamer California left for  r San Francisco on 17th inst., carrying 300 tons  freight and 20 passengers among whom were  ��������� ��������� Mr. and Mrs. L. Goldstooe and R ight Rev. Bishop Demers���������An Indian had murdered a squaw  by shooting her through the head���������A party  ' had started to prospect for coal on Capt, Name's  property at Sooke.���������Sixty tons of Fuca Straits  coal had been supplied to the steamer California���������General Halleck and Staff were expected to arrive in a few days. "\   . ,  GOLD COMMISSIONER'S COURT.  (Before W, Q, Cos, Esq.)  Monday, 28th-May, 1866.  Humphrey Jones vs. Canon Creek Bed Rock  Flume Lompany.-This was a suit for wages  . amounting_to $517, /Judgment for $470,  has been as pleasant as it could nossibly be in  ������������������^te00^ ^ tMs s~ of aw "year.  ^rw������ ������f.thlS un!nte������Pted spell of warm  bodvnf w'V������ b?,^sep^d in the increased  Sf ^ter which now fills the creeks and  S$totorr������^}m converting streamlets  into torrents and creeks into rivfrs.   Serious  SSS???^*1*thesu��������� will disappear too quickly and a scarcity of water for  SSt?%ear* P-uHheseason will be the consequence.    The evenines  Ss^V aSiighfeieo:rs  and JRIH Tn^������M BE^-MessrS. C. Gowan  Mr 4���������^  in the Court House, Richfield.  '.' Mr.'H. P. Walker prddueed the order from  Judge Begbie to the Deputy Registrar of the  Supreme Court.at Richfield, (Judge Cox) and  requested him,to attach the Seals of the Court  to.the injunction ; Judge Cox said he had considered this ^matter over last night/and had  committed his views to paper which.he would  now read:��������� ;:  '���������'"-'  "I HOLD NO COMMISSION AS DEPUTY  REGISTRAR OF-THE SUPREME COURT,  NOR NEVER' DID HOLD ONE ; I HAVE  ACTED AS SUCH FOR' THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE PUBLIC AND THE SUPREME COURT, AND IT IS NOT LATER  THAN THE EXPRESS BEFORE LAST I  REMARKHD-W1-TH- -REFERENCE1 TO: THE  CASES AGAINST THE SHERIFF THAT  ALL MY ACTS DONE AS DEPUTY OF THE  SUPREME COURT' MUST HAVE BEEN'ILLEGAL. I ENTERTAIN AS HIGH RESPECT AND ESTEEM FOR" MR. BEGBIE,  AS MR. BBGBIE; AND ALSO AS SUPREME  COURT: JUDGE OF THE COLONY. AS  ANY. MAN IN IT: BUT FINDING NOW  THAT. IT IS ATTEMPTED TO DRAG ME  INTO THIS DISAGREEABLE" QUARREL,"  AND ACT CONTRARY TO MY OWN RULING AND CONSCIENCE, L WOULD, IF I  ACTUALLY DID"HOLD A COMMISSION  AS DEPUTY, REGISTRAR OF THE SUPREME COURT AT THIS MOMENT, RESIGN THE POST AT ONCE.' THERR ARE  COURT SEALS IN THE RECORD.OFFICE,  WHICH ARE AT MR. WALKER'S DISPOSAL, BUT THEY WILL NOT BE ISSUED  AS SEALS OUT OF THE SUPREME COURT  BY. ME AS DEPUTY REGISTRAR OF THE  same."  ..���������.,.;���������"'   ,  .   ���������.;; ; ������������������-  Mr. Walker said that as application had  been made last night while His Honor was  6till acting in the.capacity of Deputy, he would  ask him to attach the seal to the paper.  His honor observed that he had not been  acting, and had done no business connected  with that office! for some time past He had  been treated with disrespect by the Aurora  Co'y on the occasion of his decision last fall.  He had intimated to them before rendering  thai'decision that if they had any fresh evidence to adduce he was willing to continue  the case to enable them to bring it forward,  but they had express themselves -quite satisfied with the decision. They had afterwards  appealed the case to the Supreme Court on the  ground of their having such fresh evidence to  adduce; let them now go there for their remedy. He had quite enough business in his.own  court to occupy his time, and would not act  as Deputy Registrar unless called on.by the  Government; ho had never received a*cqm-  missiounor any remuneration for performing  the duties of that office, and therefore considered himself; at perfect liberty to do as he  liked in the matter. ���������  POLICE COURT.  (Before W; G. Cos, Esq., J. P..)    :  .   ; Tuesday, 29th May 1S66.  J. Mundorf charged by Francis Thomas with  having refused to give, complain ant his lawful  change, and with having assaulted him when  asked for it. Fined $5, commuted to $2 50. '  David Lowry summoned by Geo. Baker for  refusing to give up possession of a cabin on  Conklin Gulch the property of complainant.  House ordered to be given up within one  week from date.;  ^5$^ If you want to save money get your  Newspapers and Magazines from G. OVClark-  son & Co., Booksellers., Stationers and News  Agents, New AVestminster, who forward papers  by. mail or express to all parts of the Colony.  jinking holes and ; pf pspec ting;T; the deep est  hole they sunk was-8 feet, which they could  not b ottom for large granite boulders; all the  prospects that could be found was two or three]  fine colors to the pam' ; They then proceeded  up.the creek'some 7 or 8miles,prospecting as  they wcntalong, and even trying thoseplaces  which Jamieson and party had prospected last  fall, but could not raise.;more: than a color;  the banks of this creek are very steep, and the  only portions of it that are fit.tobe prospected are small bars,; which occur at intervals as  the creek makes a turn.,,, The party left Gun  creek and proceeded'up tlie river as far as  they could go with their boat, which might be  about lj miles;": drew their boat ashore, cached a part of: their provisions and started for  Caldwalader creek.    They made. an attempt  to cross a divide, which would have "taken  tirem.to tliat'.creek;ih'8"or 10;miles, but had  to put back,on account of the snow, and continued their, course by the south fork "of Bridge  river, which prolonged their journey to about  40 mile3.   Arriving at the mouth of Caldwalader cveck they proceeded .up*it -for about a  mile when'they found the sluices and camp of  Jamieson and party:   Out of.euriosity they  started torrock-some of the giivel-fcom-the  pit that had been worked by 'Jamieson last  fall, and although they washed a good many  buckets of dirt ail they found was a few colors; this pit is described as being from 30. to  40 feet square, with a depth, cf from 5 to 6  feet, .and out of this only $9 was taken by  Jamieson and party.   They crossed over with  difficulty to the opposite side and commenced  to run a cut, which they carried in oyer 20  feet, following the bed rock and washing the  dirt with a rocker as they went along, but did  not get anything.   They also washed 24 buckets out of a hole that had been prospected last  fall, but found nothing.    Some of the party  then started up the creek and came back and  reported that it looked, more favorable ; all  then went up about 2 miles and put down 4-or  o shafts.to bed rock, which looked well, but  though they prospected thoroughly did not  even get a color.    The rocks and boulders  were all granite; they could see no traces of  quartz anywhere, and on the whole give it as  their united opinion that it does not look like  a gold bearing country.    They remained on  this, creek 3 days and started back to Lillooet,  which place they reached on 17th May inst.,  having been out 24 days.   Whilst oa their way  back they observed large quantities of geese  and ducks ou tho ri ver, and no t a few b lack  and cinnamon bears.   Thei*e was no snow on  any of the creeks they visited.   Had they got  the least encouraging prospect, even such a  prospect as would have paid as much as $4 a  day, they had'intended remaining  for the  summer.   They wrere all old and experienced  miners, and went there with the determination  of giving the diggings a fair trial.  We are very sorry indeed to be compelled  & record such a signal failure, but in justice  to the public we feel it our duty to give the  experience of hard-working and. industrious;  men, whose veracity we can rely on. We hope,  however, that Mr. Jamieson when he starts to  work his claim will make discoveries that may  yet redeem that portion of the country. : We  cannot conceive how a man like Mr. Janueson,  who is an old miner, could have been deceived with the prospects obtained last fall $ but  it only illustrates the error into which the Gpv-  orament allowed itself to. be drawtfin limiting  the time of the party to a given day; had Mr.  Jamieson been allowed to remain a week or  two longer he no doubt might have been in a  The-following; account of ...the ;marriag  ottr esteemed Governor is taken fro in the *C  Journal of Feb..3d:     ,.������������������������������������ .  On.Saturday last (27th Jan.). the marriage  of Mr. Seymour, Governor of Bri tishColumbia,  son of ."the late H.' A. Seymour,1 Esq.,' to. 'Miss  Stapletoh,.daughter ofthe'Hon. and. Rev,-Sir  Francis^tapletpii,; of Grey's Court, Oxfordshire, Bart., arid, rector of "the parish,- waB-'sol-  eninized.at -Mereworth Church, Kent. "^The  road from the^^'rectory^;to the church was. profusely decorated with triumphal"' arches- and  evergreens, flags 4pc, erected by the ���������'villagers  as tokens of their affectionate tfsteera for Sir  Francis and Lady Staple ton and tbeir amiable  family../; /*-''    -#     . ;*. .-       ;;..;; -*'������������������"  'At ���������.the;, coticlusioh of the ceremony, which  was impressively .performed by the Rev Eliot  Henry Stuplet'on, rector of Buckhbrn,-Weston  Dorset,, and brother of the bride, the party  adjourned to .the vestry, where the.raarriage  was duly attested, and the happy pair received  the congratulations of their friends. The joy  bells then rang forth a merry peal,rand tho  company adjourned to the Rectory, where a  sumptuous repast was prepared for about  fifty guests. ';."...   . ; ' '.'; "       -". 7"'  Early in the afternoon the happy pair, amidst  a shower of old shoes, left in a carriage and  four greys from Meopham 'station, en route  for the Queen's Hotel Upper Norwood, followed by, the sincere good wishes of their friends  aud;.relat^fe^l,,.v,.v-,...- ���������.���������, 07x/0.7, //���������/   ...  The preserite received by��������� the' bride:f*were*'*  both numerous, and costly, and among them  we may mention a handsome dressing-case  with silver fittings^, from Viscount;"an;d'ViE-'  countess Falmputh ; a splendid inkstand^ of '  gold and silver, from Viscount and Viscountess Torrington; a valuable '��������� gold; mounted  writing desk, from the Earl and .Countess; of  Abergavenny..^ a superb pearl hoop ring from  from Colonel and Mrs. Tottenham ; a diamond  and;'emerald,locket, a ruby and: beryl locket  and a'massive gold and diamond bracelet,  from Mr. Seymour; ditt6;from Lord and Lady  Farnham; a; bracelet of carbuncles and dia?  moridSj.froni General' Seymour, C. B.; a suit of  Brussels lace of; the most cbstljr description,  from Mrs. Seymour, the mother of. the bridegroom; a chaste .locket, of pearls and: cmer- \  aids, with chain to match, froni Capt.'Blacker;  a pair" of crj'stal bell earrings', set! .with tur-'  quoises of the most novel and elegant design,  from Mr. Charles Dalison; an elegant, writing  table set of ^ygerianon jx, from the Marchioness of Londonderry, Viscount and Viscountess P6we^cqurt^and the.;Hori.- Mr;'and- Mre.  IVIaurice Winlfield ;: a group in white Dresden  china,' from Viscountess Jocelyn; a set' of  ornaments in pink coral; frpm-Capt.-; Staple--  ton, &c.  We.must not omit to mention that the bride-  groom, in perforinance of one of bis many  privileges, presented the bridesmaids  with  lockets, each different, and of the latest fashion..  The poor of the parish were not forgotten on  this, occasion. They were plentifully regaled  by the rector, with his usual kindness and  liberality.  Lost in the Woods.���������Mr. Goudie, of Ques-  nelmouth, went out on a shooting excursiop  last Saturday morning, and not making his  appearance at a late hour in the evening his  friends became alarmed and forthwith'set out  on horseback and on foot scouring the woods,...  without finding any traces of him; they were  highly pleased however to see him enter,an  appearance early next morning. It would appear that finding the shades of evening closing in on him rather unexpectedly he fetched  up at a native encampment, where he gladly  partook of ihe hospitalities of their camp .till  the dawn appeared, when he made tracks for  home.  Ixvoluntarv Bath.���������On Monday evening as  an Indian was crossing'the ;creek on a-narrow  plank opposite town, with a heavy load on  his back; he slipped and fell into the stream.  His cries for help were loud;. and deep��������� and  soon attracted a crowd to'the spot who rescued him from his critical situation, but not the  pack. ��������� ..  :   ���������'���������._  .  Shuswaf Quartz.���������A gentleman of this city  who is an expert analyzer of quartz, and' 'who  has spent considerable time in the most famous mines of thiB country, and the silver mines  of Peru, pronounce a the. i quartz of the, Shu-  swap region, B.C, more valuable and promising than any he has ever seeii. This speaks,  well for those of our friends who have recently embarked in ��������� the.; business of developing  ledges at North. Cherry. Creek .���������Portland  'dregonian,' . ���������������������������.���������:���������.;.���������������������������     ;,.... : AA:  $&��������� there died, on the nth March, 1866^  at. Invergordoa," a; woman named Margaret;  Munro, or Queen, a pauper, at the age of 113  years* She was a native of the. parish of Kit-  axuir. and came some years ��������� ago to live in In-  better position to judge of these diggings, and-.[ vergordon with a brother" of hers, who not  saved a number of poor men irpux spending j long ago died at also over 100 years. Margar  uselessly their hard won earnings. ret was 100 years old before she applied for  ^sr-If; -you wiuit good "Coffee uffeJelW." : [parochial relicf���������'Europeari Tihi^.'    , #-���������*.������������������������������������'.  0X'  Al X-,  ^..S'.YfV.Y...  Tl 1 - " '  mfflassoBRBTO 4iatf^iJBflac3gsggrte������*Bi^^  dllllONIGLES^OFCAKIBOO.  IftSSB;';^-'  X  A  Xx  F'ii'-'i  A  I"  ���������'-' ���������"'   (Fram-.the ,.'Cariboq#?^26tli Januaiy^ 1806'.)  A 7i7rAi.i077rA;A_ chapter it. '^;' ^."' V^irA(i'  ,   1. And many of threaptaiiis'pf the ruler  1 dwejit in,.the'land:Of thip Great Deer," and they  A gathered tyihes of the: people/and solely af-  ���������, ,i;.i::2.;And'tlie people callecLthem strange names'  and said/iinto them, ye'are only wise in your'  /own conceit.    , * y .. 1  3. Now therewas .a law in that'land that  A whosoever mbve.t;h b is neighbpr's; land-marks  .".'shall be in danger of the'judgment;"''   ' A \  '" Jr And one ;of >the^families, that li^ed * iir a  i;-MBS^  IP'-  'a^;'Si::}i  Is^^i^isLlvii-i;;;;;^"^  5;. And therel was a great concpurse;bf peq-  ; ple^ ������������������. iand ithe sonflof; Jiriaii, Bpruy gorgeously  7 apparel led. ;satiin thej ��������� jujagii?enfeKaU;''*^:'-i:^"!',;i  ;:    XAQi:And when',Tie^h^jrl'iU^o/rd"t|i4j/'wh'plej'Wc]cn-:  ..satibn'he called for, abasiriof gol&a^  ^ fikinjnapkini;firicl wasjied Ins hands clearyof;ttie  ��������� ...:    matter,���������������������������saying,-,I find no'lault:infthem.;'   ���������,'','  :     r j7;, .Arid;the;next yeaiUother neighbors came  ', and, did likewise; and when they were brbught  ,     >ouijo the judgment and'saw, anew and just tet-  '   AVarch! sitting;irOhahall^tte^  - vvUnto.Im.pey.,.   ���������    7 .  ' 8. Now when they^hadvcom  -^..,i|M7r#^9^1^^<^rb^fJ}6^d theni-of;the-wholej  ';^7v j<;.ra$tt%;i^ .'('.; ';';���������;";\, - ,. f'  ' <, !,9..Helifted up his voice"1'and said unto them,  vkriow yeuot^tnat it is written,'MIf a,man fake  [, jhyr!cloakgiye u^ *      I,  7 , .10. And in.that year the people began to  'Worship false, gods,-,- and. they built' temples:  '��������� ,urito them;.       :. V''';;;.,;'    ,;/r  . -> II.' And in the temples were mariy/altars,;  covered;with green and .'red, and on them were  . placedubooks:^vriitten within ahd'withbdtwitb  mou ciiing,  1 amen tatibri- 'and; woe���������in black,5  and in.red, and in white;;  ' ; ���������    12. And manyojf tlie .people wentbut after:  these strange gods, aiid offered up sacrifices  unto them in silver andin gold,in c^  in wine. ',      , l  13. And it came to pass in the fifth mbhth5  ;  that strange women frpmJthe-Vaterlarid-came;  jgt'Me caii endure to look upon a melah-  chofy man, but not upon a melancholy child.  This Is the saddestspectacleVin nature, u'''  . ,Thb; t ELviveRsai.'> Practicb?<tf mjxihg Chicory, and  oth^r a<l������lterailv������;s with Coffee, has vi'ry much (iamag-  eti in public estimation,- what ought 40. he the: most  delicioujj of BeVi:rag(������s.f J So effectually have:tbe public  bet-n drugged with sucb. mixtures: that the true pr4������po'r.  ...     ............     ��������� ....   , ., ... -v.b3.^  ardiri'ai;  known 3 that  in;c<m tensing the vapors extracted,, fromt; the berry -in  .rpusiingjY a liqucr j|b��������� pbtain!idrofsv the nibsWn-Juscou^  tjistCj anJ;p������ ja.sc ;ht the most uhbear;������bit?;';Xjnlersuch  circumstances 'it: is^evl iently^itiiportant.Ttbat all ':��������� tho  gases ani llui isextr-rctetl. by roasting" shouH be car-;  :ri<Jd;b!T,:as quickly as p ������5Sibl *,' IrjC order to��������� prevent.their  T4urning again to the Cjflfee, which: is the c������sij in the  confined"cyliii1 iei\v:This'oly'ct" is admirably accorn^  pits lied;:bjr- ;theYnuw a h'!;pit-ri\t.^Cohical Gi)fiee"B{)aster^,:  >isvus:ed^..hy:j>JBEp:&; CO;f Viclbria^.in which tho berry  iSidir^ctlyexposedtoljie;rtaiited;heatj:on;i thejvapor  extracted Cmrrted off instnntjmjously.' ^ltfadditi^m ti>  the Ud v j nt-ige"'' 10 b 0 d eri ved by the r j pi I'^omoval \6l  the steam1 contain!n? the obj iciion.able prJpjrii..;si tlie,  pur'rf.a;ri.Jn^brf;the;C5(r������ie; is rrvrtamedfJthc^esst'nliul oil  he'ing proslTyed a n -I, not exhn us ted as in. the' Cyli ad cr  Riaster, wlif-r) the Coffee is r quirod to remain a much  longer "ifm j in ;'c"nsrqu nc^i of.' the steaming it un-'ler-  goes.by tho;b;������nflnjd steam.**: It U chemicilly; imp>ssi-.  M-j:to retain the.'.qa-ilitf is or arrost the detarioraUtinfoi-  Cjffee.when groun i. ;;T������ie hc:������t eiiglriVloriif by..the-prq-1  QTmSNELMOUTH ADV3JST1SEMENTS;  COLONIAL: REST AURAMt,  ' ; ,���������" QUESNEiiMOUTH,-^ '..,���������     ' ;!'..  y{ 'T. L: JOHNSON, Propjrietor,  Meals at all hours,f and Cooking of thei)est  - >*r.        -rf ,r;v descriptibm .0���������"'���������*-���������   X-^Xxr  ���������.:������������������'������������������  ������������������/���������'���������������������������A^'xyx.yy. -.h     .*:-.-......u.\,������.^:i..���������.���������������������������, -r-yy���������:���������<���������:,'.������������������ .yXy.rxyy,?  -:��������� ^ >   ' ' ,-.- ���������   ui .QUESNELMOUTH,  ...       .'-    BROW& GILIaIS,' PuoPatETons.  Good Beds; Kestauraiit;^ Biiliard5Table,-&c.���������  V     '       Stabling for Horses; Hayanilvpats. ���������   / ���������sx:'.  ^IGyQRlA^.AD^f^EM  :. r ; GOVERNMENT STRE^, VICTbiiu,_  J.1J; turner; & CO.  ������������������ * ��������� ^xy, .rs*-. 'r^i.r;iMPCHtTEKs*oF-  whlcli.: itJcohtaihs-we have Jtencased.in tiiis coritainin'i-  Ir^m 1 lb,, to,28 lbs , aril which caiv-be hd<\;iri>ni;aiiy  of the/;r^sp^ctabb dealers^ .Wa ^can ^rifl^lently ri-  coriim(������n'i those who have-hitherto been obliged to'r^  1 rain tram taking Coff jg ori> ace sunt::br>its; ill olUfcts,'  ;'GIROD ;^;GUICHON^\> h  *- ���������      ,'. ,-,0LD������������������* ESTABLIS^KD * CrE\mit\Z.-r STJRB, "���������; * ":������������������    ,    j  PROVISIONS^ ^OLESa^  ; , \.   A..;, SION ;^BROHAijTS,   ,,  {, ^  ;."'������������������ Stbraee^ &c^--Terms most Moderate.AA '  XX .'7 Ax07A-riQJJ1^Eim\mb00,:7 ' ~  'S;>.  0Xx/y$r&QPPER&  WHOI^SALE ?AND?RBtAm  ���������7\r *���������������������������*. A''A ' .QUESNELMOUTH,'    '.''���������.'." ��������� ':������������������ '7 A  :Dealprs inVPrbvisions. >Liqnprs,;Tobacco, &c(  x v;, A good selection of,. Liquors.always on .haptL'{ u 1 m^  R^.c? iy'o regular supplies .hyiExpress.via Panama*  .bysailing vess^syl^OupjT Horn.   ,' v'   0 y s������.p ?���������?.:  .: j@^ Particular a tt^iit ion ^iTeh to*ali ordwj^ % ',(  ' <L /hJori Firm*^J.!>P. Tas&rAiitfc'Gty , vi;  * vi;.  'T*.T" ,- J-ESTABWSHED I^^;,,;^7^  11TILLIAM^ ZEL'NKB: clealer in D������ua8 .ift;t  ;-Vf,io[\Esah:-rCu������MrcAT3V-F>iBcy:an.I'.T^n-t^Arjfri  ;  Sp''m^esivBrusheP������i!P.^um������?ryp&p.c.!P^yB^  script! ons carefully .comppurii od; arid: orders tewSr1  wither re and (lispitch; ^Victoria. 'VAIA' "P ^^?^  ^PATTR1GK;S  CORNEH;  ;y.AM*, '^oJfeeiM^rchantsy^rates st^^VlctcrKv;  lilLIiOOETrADVERTISEMENTS.:.*..'    ���������  MILLS.  !-.-:������������������ V'  T1% rRQBSBTSON, Winp and Spirit Me,  iu.,;ohanVY ctorl;if V:'X7y.:00.- "0.,-xff?���������  an  modati  the^luxuries tbat.canthe.procured;|the;B������r issweUisup-j  plied ivith jtlie best br in;?s>of���������?Idquo-r&������n:IS *g?ri?| gooji  Stabling, nay^Oats;and,Bari������^r^^:TheCH  ���������H^se;onMthc Road: ''',.'\-7 :: I    '* - ��������� ���������*���������'������������������' ���������**"i...,.:������������������'-<��������� lis | >  ^PHE TJNDERSTGNED a rehow rriaunfacturing FLOJJR*  }!'' of. all grades.:, 'Extra, Supserfine:;and: FinC���������.,; Feed  .Crushed-'to order.;; a   ^A'AA'AAX7 '"~'*0 ��������� ���������^:.:~-*0 '  X\- LILLOOET FLOUR MILL GO.,     'x.  :.;;���������.l-s.,;;;'-.'' 7x700X077a ;F..;;W;:;rps^ER,; Agents^:  EDWINS T  |\EALER IN1������WG0ODS;iCLOTHING;r:HATS AND;  .J./ yC������ps^"Biiotslan'l^Slibep,-1 Garpytiugs,'Oil>.Cloths^  JVdlU?aperV:&c^Billopet,T^   r; ~l^s-u"  ; \> ^.McLEElSB^.SENNY, proprietors,'?' V  THE ��������� BUBLIciARE- INVITED, TO'CALL,iATv THI&  ; House.:; To of 31 s ��������� .Oiiprt Sf^al?; ;Good Buds; Stabling  ���������|br-Horses;%B'irley^b4^:anl;H.iy, ��������� *00 A., ..^/J.Ls '  every Variety. ���������Catel<^es^niapplicijtion|^  LILLOOET;/BREWERY>   ;  pACOBI.MilATZ&Broprietor, has-always-oil  H hau 1 a large and sup3r|er;-stcck of rLager Beer; at  ;.';, un0.jthese, wpineh..; X  7 iy' .,, .   .: 1 '��������� ������������������ "' '  1 7 ''TU������W   rxn *v% /.  Wf V. A������  -mv..*. ������������   ������.������������������ a- AT,-. _  r!7.t Then^ came^^ other vomen worse ihan the  -,>��������������������������� first \vlio .also danced before; the people, and  ,  did other th in g^ of Rwhich it is a shame even?  Ao; so.--.much us to speak j.     ,       '' '   '���������-*���������'"  :  ��������� <   18. For whatsoever. things, are Base, what-'  %soever .thihgSsare filthy, whatsoever things are  4~--lew{lj whatsow^r/thingS; are of^^rr^ortTlf  : there,.be-any vice. jf; there be any'shame,  .. these things did they among the people;:;    -  -     1.9/ And moreover;they spread the plague  '��������� amqng all'.such: as glory-in their shames *   ;' >  ���������Ay v. 20. And it, came to pass iii the ninth month,  yJ:hat;certain Jews'^of the T-ribelbf^bylpich and  X othtiw,: prosulytes that thoy hadV made^outid'  ;,-;��������� ;��������� tliemselves by andath thaVthey would neither^  rAs'Mt nor; drink until they ^had /killed one Jaw-  /  bone:who;lived in their midsir;:x ' ���������' "-:-y ^; ���������������������������  ;;.." 21i. And fclfe humber that bound'themselves  'in this^bn^iracy were/aboupw^nt^/"''..'  ,     ; 22. ^nd^wheii iTaw^bohe: he&rd th is lie fled  ;���������. unto'the s^efcs^a^/^  butchers by,trader-took him'inr and fed hini  -   23. And a:certain friend of ?Jaw*bOhe went  ':rih16, thbse:^tio ;Had sought his ;.lil(3 and said  unto tlieiii^^;;masfers,;^ho\v;miicfris it that I owe  X you?; and they^saiil} $pOO iii silvery and;he said  .'���������;. uatb,them sit-down^ahd write nothing^?.and'  .-; / niaiiy 0there;did- likewise; ��������� 0x7 0 Ax,.  77 ���������. 24. And: when; they sought-theses men to,  "briiig them unto'the :judgmeht:; theyfled-unto  :   the mountains; Jand there remained: days and  '��������� nightsAvithoutnumheri'' ; 00y:.:7x"r: i.-'X-  25. But unto the Mends of\ Jaw-bone they  :paid the uttermost farthing; 0.     ',:  0^7"~ '  \,A;/'A-r .....    .:{TJbWGuntinu^  A genius -out- Westy conceiving, .that a .little  powder thrown upon some green:wood would  facilitate its bunung> directed.a .small stream  ; from:the keg upon the smoking;pile; not possessing a hand sufficiently quick to cut this off  at a deiirable moment, was blown into a million pieces/ The coroner reasonea out this  verdict: "It can't^be called suicide, because  he didn't mean to kill himself; it wasn't jvisita-  : tion of - God,' becausehe.wan't stock by iight-  ning; he didn't-die for want of breath, for he  hadn^fc anything left to breathe with. It's plain  : he didn't know what he wa>;^bfet;4^^; shall  bring in < Died;for want of cpnuaon sense!' "  ^^ Several thousand men are employed  in the Champ de Mars, Paris, in preparing that  spot for the erection of the immense building  necessary for the Universal Exhibition of 1867.  The works are 'periodically visited by thousands of the Parisians.  S OPEK ������FORi!THEh AGCQlimtfATlOX !-bp *��������� THE  L'iTrayelling>puhlic; the^:bcdi^oms aivj'spaci^s'antL  .aii^an^-the^^d^cannoi^: he^^urpftssed^foi^jleanliness1  and comfort: 1)y any^ in the .lower country;. tlielTabl^ is  aiv^iyssuppliiid with: thethestfof.^ictuaIs;>"Stabling  Sot:Horses; ^Hay^ats;and;!Barley^constantlyonJiand^  \J -is furnished with ev:;?ry coiivpni^nce forjthefcorh^  /brtjof^Triiy.jll^rs; Che^ulin^ry ;dppirtnien:t is lin lor  the '       "  * -..:,---....���������..'.   "-Y-. ----- ��������� ,-���������,: .-���������,���������=.. ...���������..*. ^. A  /^ENTILE'SlPhbto^faiihie.^  AT, ment St;: VlctoriajsVi IvVcpjpp^^.^4^-rjepran^  ito rxi ., fi \^S Urt A*"***������%!::'C?*4: "-L1. ^_L'* tx\: *-'*:. "**. : i_ ;*���������* V -   .-. ^   '  *; ar  AQFAEt>MAlX^aJi&7^^^  k^;* ThisrHduselS' well fitted.uj>; with^Gobd; B<ids and  ithe:B-ir-is Juriushed.with the; best^Liquors; rIf.^als are  served;at all hours on' therR ^staurant; principls ;f Sta  bling;ft>r; Hv>rses, florsia^ Feeil, &c: ^XA^ -Ar xJ-s ?���������'  e sup ?rinten:lehce'ofi an cxpericnced cook; the Berts  e;cl^an^an1;com'brtabl^;;; the Bbr'con tains- the best  :nHA^RIiEStNELSbN; Proprietor.1 Thjs'old  \J/established House \i well fltttitl up for the- comfort  hf^^^l_is-;iUhe���������T^hl^8^uppHetirwtth7tireTbest-6r  ^~jW^uiy,-'S.^ai^^ ty'i&t Oats/;  E'-^Mi tWiKE&R, Taii or; & OrrpiTTfiJii^irtStreet,  .���������"Victoria, V.^vopposite Bee Hi^Hbt/l. \rhiKVt  vis^pr-'parad to supply^jisinu'hwrbil^&itrinsMt^  r^quisite; lor Clothing Suitable? to?.: every :8ed&en of tht  7Ai0'0XmXA^\yxXyy AXA0Xy:"7r ^-yte".*  mHOMAS[ WILSON &:CO.i Importers of En?.  Is:  i/vV'rything thatc^n be had,;ah.;rthe ciiokingiSYiiot;in-^  t'eriorib.thebUst hotel in the lower'.coun try ^������������������; Bed iropms J XTyTi  (or Families���������;* Stabling for Horses,"' Horse Feedt^&c. L A*  The-Exprssss stops hure._      r'        ;     -'-, -   - *'    l-s -  Ar BLUE   TENT   RANCH.  XfM; HENDERSON;' Uegs'^ t<i ;ih form his friends  'y,���������' au|l the .travelling:public;generally that hb;:has  ;ta ken the above Rinchjancl is prepared to supply them'  with-First~ei-iss^iccbmmodationrt  horses) Hay and>Grain:.rv, */��������� '-/xAr ������������������'���������;-. '������������������ Ay -0- l^s 7f.  HOTEL DE -PBANCE, rVictoria^ V.;!;. VIom  >:BiG.vE axd JPiERBE Ma vcxet, Proprietors!., Tho Ris.  taura'nt is sujppHed with'all tliie deliciciA&: the'���������:mdrket  affJjrds.- In the Bir will be muhd;tlie thoiceat Liquors,  Furnish ed Rooms  "  . PORT DOUGLAS AliVBirriSEMENtS:  ;0 MACDpNALD'S  ; HOTfL, ^  Ti7:M;.M^D0J^I������D^Prbpriet or". "Miliars An*  } V ptb crs th.'S i ined 1 or tb e Bri Ige' Ri ver Min ������s; w ill  tin'-i;.: every c.ohv i-niphc s an -A; accbmmhdation; a ft<>rii0Ji  tiieni.'': Good B^is an 1 a Table well supplied .wiUi all  the.delic ciesof thesoason.' ' .; :,>.../���������':l-s'  ^"M.: SANSON,;;07 -..:.^'D. A. McLEANr-:  X   .,, -    .,��������� Proprietor,. M,     [;.���������,.���������   * .   .'   -, Agent;-'  ATHIS HOTEL;iS.^L^GE Al^p.^Eli/ FITTED, UP  X: for the. comfort(pf trav4 rs; the Table is supplied  w i th the best of. every th ing that \cm be procur: 1; ;and  the cootiiig is hot inferior to any on i'Ve roafl; Bedroorns  for families;: Stabling,; H iyj B irliy an:l Oats^K l-sf'-*  Goods forwarded: to*the Mining Districts;  ���������fi7, BACIG-AIaXTPE;1 Merchant :Ast>. PACKERVrbb-  : -VT ���������'; twe^n D.tugi is an; i .LUlub<itv^ Al ways, on.^11 -;l! a;.,  i good.: stock of ProvUbns, '%cAA"^>'i ^ 77;     ... Ir2m:.,  A\X PRANKELv Victoria; V. I^CDjiaHrinfFuM,  ���������itx. ��������� Skixs; HrDSs[,.W6<)Ty &c.' ;LIbV-ral aavahcis madi  on;Furs consigne������Kj: vR jfitr^ncc-iQ.; Sutro &;Go;- ?Sw*  ;borg &rRueft} Victoria, V.-1. ���������; i7.. x- r .>   ��������� '-i 7,- X\^  "BS.; HJEIN, Milu xer - & Dress if akeb; ��������� 1  ym- -n tS tree t, J Vi ctonaV V;i>Tt >: All klnMboffil  ��������� A LBERT CRY,-LER has o>->had; the above House for  ^L; the r^cr'ption'of TrivHKrx; the Tahl^;is welfkcpt  y.n J^tlie;iLiQU!>rii..,p:������ n^t!t^b^rurp;itjse!|:,;, tthe :.B^ds -������ rii  cl.;an;anl-comfortable^;Stabliugrfor"Horses' HaV; and;  0 its. ";���������, '.-���������������������������:; ;:��������� ;��������� ��������� ���������.������������������.. '*':'��������� ���������.;. ���������;���������,.,:.--*���������f-; ; :���������; A'-.. f^i  &  \LtSMltU &;:C0:,:Pr%iitcri; :r.Thig Hmso U  fwell fltteu up for', the accomniodation of Trivel-  KT4 to theBrijge RiviT Mine?. Good Bjdsj St ibiing  for Hursesj -H^rss Foed,*tc. .A Stage runs tsvic i a woek  between this, ho us j an i 'Port 1) ..ngl is on thearriv'fl ol  the stea m; ts Ir Jin b elow ani conn'tic ts vw i th tlie L i kc  Buats for Lillooet.  ",-    -   ��������� ; ^ l-s  JAMES: HURON, Proprietor. Tin * common K  , ous Hotel is well IHted up with every conv-niince  lor the comfort or tlie public; the B > !s: arj all that a  weary erAyoll :r coull desir ���������; the T-tblo is suppli eu'.wlth  the heat offar.;; the Bir contains the choicest br.m !s  of Liquors an i Segurs; good Stabling, Horse F^ed, OitP,  Birl'-y, kc  Gfvernr   iliilin ry  l>f the; latest, sty let':k pticonstantly gn hand. 7 > Orders  |wm the .coun try punctu illy attcn JO(ic to; > AA7/7\'*  PETER * M6QJJAT>������y Ship Chandler^and  .fjdealcr in Paints, iOils; anvf WinJow GIjss,-"7..Alffijri  i>n.han<I_it l, xs^ stock, of Rop^: and(C^n vass.' . -Wharf  Strorty-^ck-ria, V. l,-_    :*x..X ��������� * J :A7i. o ' l:3m  .rpAIi SOONCr: Ac 10 O.y Commission Mrrchants;lm-  A ?.pT^rs;indD v.l.rs in,Chinese'Goods, Rteiv-S������ff������������  Opium, Nut Oil, Prdviiloiis- &'c.. Cormorant Street, Vic-  ior_h?VALry '��������� ' ;;:;: yr A'^/^iAAA'AXA'vkm-  WO ON 6c OO:; Itnportors and Doal rs in all  kinds of .cilia jso Goo os.and Provisions; Ri.cs. Sugar, Tias, &cM Cormorant Street, west -ol' Guveriinient,  Victor!i, V. L       /��������� '   Chi.v K^y, if .nagcr.  P  HUB  I  as  m  NEW WESTMINSTER. ADVERTISEMENTS  HJCK'S    HOTEL  J YTTON SQUARE  . New WestminstertB C.  Li now occupied by W. E, STEIN. .The above favorably known house is now op n to the public; the'B.ir  is constantly supplied with the choicest brunfit; of  Liquora ant Segars. ,'.'.'. e '  The ''British Columbian"  .   Published ertry.Wednesday.ani'Sattir'iiiy, at the  *���������%_   ,     , publishing offlc', Niw WoBtmiU5ter.  THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN is the oldest -nawapaper  publishea in to 15 c^i^ny, >m i has a 1 irger circul t-  lion ther.*in than ������ny othi r. Its columns are rjgul uty  supplied with lull telegraphic news fatal all pins ������������������ 01  the worll, whil > it C)U 'tains a faithful ���������x;:c������ru of loc^l  ev-nts,' an ! a full r p rt ot Lflgisliiive proceedings.; ���������...  The ''British C luaibi -n" is supplied to all pirts of  this col..ny by Express' upon fxiremely liberal conditions.   For units, &c.,' si������o.Express Agents.  robson & McMillan,  Publishers & Proprietors.  HOUSE,  T ORENZO LEARTO,.Proprietor....Tiiis house  U aiiords every accommodation for the comfort of  Tr ivolK-rs; the T.ible is furnished with all the dolic icies  of too season, an I tho Bir is stocked with the choicest  of Win js Bran .ies & Segars; good stabling for horses;  Hay, Barky and Oats constantly on hand at low rites  Niwiy milled Flour tor sale cheap.: j.s;  The  Bonaparte House, .*  l-s      "p.*; WATSON, Watchmaker, Jeweler  ���������w   iJ- and Engraver, Yak's street, above Guv-  ern'ment street, Victoria, ,V. I,..        , l-s  ���������WILSON-.���������& MURRAY, Gr cibs, Prov/sios  Ir, Wiaa&FpiritI  Fort Street, Victor!������  .-rehunts.. Bakers & Confection r������f  V. L "��������� ' x:     is  QEMLEN 6c PARKE, Proprietors, at tho  O Junction of, the Criboo on t Big B-nd Roads, .is.  now open for the accommodation of the public Dis-  tmc i 1 rem Clin ton, 26 miles; from Sn van is Su-amhoat-  L'tudng,. 22. miles; ironi J-p.nce's Bri ige, 30 mil's.  Travellers will fln I prices an I accommodations tcT suit,  Lhe times.- /Give them a c ill. Stabling, H iy & Gr.iin ���������  attentive hostler.?. Stage, leaves hero twice a week tor  Big B ma a nd ta 1 e, a u J on ce a week for d ri boo      l-s  C PORBORG- &c RUEFF, CommiBsion Mer-  p CHANTa, Wholesale Dealers in Grocebies, Pbovi-  si ixs; B jot s & Sh. jks, Wiiarf street,^ Victoria, V. I.  U  G^RELLEY ������Sc FITERRE, Importers & Whole  s-.la D,ai rsio Wines,'Spirits and-Liquors,  :Victori>,,V.l...-. ��������� .. ;... ���������     : .. ";��������� yx-.-xX- ls  QPROAT & CO., (1 tte Anicrson & Cx) Imp btbk������  O and Commission Mbboiuats, Store Street, Victoria,  i  m  m  1  LEWIS LEWIS, Clothier, Vates:  opposite tbe Bank, 01 British North  THE ASHCROFT HOUSE  MESSRS. COR3SrWALL������S.  cornt rot  SUTRO &  CO.,   IHIVRTKRS   AND   DKAiEKSjN  CIGARS, TOBACCO;. Mei.rsh������aim. ripes,.&u;, S *���������  * 4(' y.iLes and Wiwrr street, Victoria'  '      ��������� -s  J-B. HAGrG-IH, PavsioiAN & Scrge .*-, nearcoj-  ��������� h.r of Yates an i Goycmmint Bts., VicfonVV|j<  MALLANDAINE.COLLECTOR&GENERAL.^^..- ,       _,      ftl        ..n ���������.  , Sovercjcaent street," Victoria, Vaacourcr IsUnd.  aQ<1 v������getaww.   !igoo4 Stabling and cbeap fscd:  !���������*  PIERCE & SEYMOUR, dealers:in Bedrii* *  Furfiturb, Broad Street; victoria, V. I.       *:0  pAIRE & ,0-RANCINI,'Hardware * ClockebI  V MKRCHAXTa, Wharf Street, Victoria, V.i.'. + lA0  TTENDERSON and BURNABY, Uhrcbas^  U Wiiarf s(r*>t, Victoria- V. L      . :    *���������* >  y^?s0m  1 r-���������' >'  Vol. 27 " :w ���������-������������������ ;Vl;V;V   Barkerville, /Williams- Creek; ������.,C,.,/ Thursday,,\May;8I;;;l:866,    |' i  i-i;-'.?i  LETTER; sE^m^TOBlAf^6, -: fL  The Miei^ho^tt^l^rliesti ej^en't: ginje my,  last is the ; investigation vihtb the; loss ^ the  Laboucherer-^yhich has already^ lasted: ftr two  days and^ndw ltaAidss'adjbiurhfed rtlll"after;the  Asssizes* It hasfbeenthel4\iDicler a commission from the Goverhbr addressed to thqChief  Justice. , Th e leading .idea after read tog or  hearing thb"oyfderic^^^ tSat  the ship and cargo miglit: have been iayed,:  This fac t isj>rought put chiefiy in/.jthp-^ai^in^  atioiiibf' Mr| A. ������. !phambeM tho chief |fficer,  who gives it as bis opinion that the vessel  could have been -run ashore*' in 41ib, neighborhood of DraTces ������iy*V;VBe seems-to bayq been  clear as to thb,p63Jtion of tho Tess^y-guided  as he was;b$ti^  Los Reyes are clusters of rocksi br'rsem--^  which,was ^alsb^notfce&by^the gaptain.p^gaiii;  the bark(GrliiAl^e^asV'if not at'an-'anbnor," at  Mouat die! %^ge%^ny7^i^p tjinformsLtibri^s to  his wh ere ab outs 0 r any; iielp"f i*bin; that if essel.  But keeprhg*in tview ������tbe wattof sharnion#be^  ; tween the Capt, and the mate, and which CQmes  out distinctly rtac ^hen evidence; "���������41th������i former  stating that he io Id ffiru Chambers" they were  to .separate pnfarrjyaLin ^cf^ria^ncr^elat-  ter testifying thatio^jkknowledge:of valt tbeV  erew the ~Capt. smibfted nim���������;-1 say, bearing  in mind-the disagreement; between these officers, itappears^thajtthe $apk.wasTyery much  of the opinion bf his first officer. ^ -Not thinking "that Jthet#w"as| so much /danger /asvthere  eventually proved to be? he kept thefsfiip about  in the same position; making short tacks of  half an hour'each, with the intention as soon  as dayligl^affbrdedVacciiraJ4 b^seryatipn to  cbobsVtf cbnvenienl-place and fiin Her asEprer  Unfortunately, *;6wihgi��������������������������� to^circurhstances to  which il will tether allude presently?, the1 water between 2 arid" 3 aim?got so rapidly" worW  thatimmedia!te'Steps������had-tp )je'feikeri^fbr"the71  preservation oi* thelive&^blVte&e^bri^tplird^  Luckily the, vessel was1 well: provided! with  ~% oat^ftw^xfr a? l^ats^ tiei% ^5 ir^feirfthii  freight,Ibelieyeal) for JplinuylReiKouriler-  ^xshmn^l-vMr^l^mbersT with or without or-  ders, bavltig^JheV Insiauctf otV selfrpreseryation  large, 'took an earl������vpppoflnm^  ashore; thoxigh.ln justipe to hini^ we must say  he promptly returned^ ^Itdrew forth an1 angry  exclamatipri from, the ;Captain, which-he afterwards; f p llbwbd Atipiifry, Tn jjcKar^ ^desertion:  and a refusal to pay his wages, though he paid!  Jiis4Mi!.:Chamh:erslLfare".rip to Victhrin. bn lin  ing so advised by-te^  BelP& Coi 7X%he -CaptainKby the evidence; of  Edward Pickensoh^made every eiflbrt tb save  the mail���������the let^r^.v;3;Theseihad\been stowed  away in a place called the lazarette, under the  floor of the ladies' .cabint ^Nothing but newspaper bags feb 11 Ul lie reVch^,%d tKseWere  pulled out of the" wateiv A valuable package,  which proved to ^begbldHwatcties,3onsigned  *������ E.Marks & Co., and a small portion of Wells,  Fargo &Co^;Expr^  saved; " The:Mdle"affair^s^  one that the,, last, boat, had not left, according  to allJi^e^ence^frpni 5tb8minutes before'  "^ship.wentjpwn, iii what was "called 30  fathoms. Thus Capt." Mbuat, Vwhose coolness  and bravery iibh^cbiilddbubt, simply through  an excess of ba'iitioh^lcoking for an appropriate plaee)^disbelieyihgVih;Vor unaware of  the extents the-.aange^l6^ his vessel; AM  now. we cometo^ part of  the matter,.and no dohbV the indirect;,- if not  P/*oximate,_cause of the sudden foundering of  the steamer; Cap^Mouatiri his evidence states  that the ������paddies;,coiild not be disconnected  S?*^f ��������������� let .to-^ engine work ihe pumps sepa-'  rate y. Whatwas the consequence? In order that the: engines might pump effectually  the vessel was urged;: on at full speed : the  pressure was consequently very much increased at the-bows, andlhe water gained rapidly;  SSft������!HI"������ Rut^aoon after-e; It ft just  possible that sails might at "the. last moriierit  nave been the means of saving the vessel by  tt'g hf; ^ **������*m\ reason for not  w gRma?iS vWam 3^il8 J>ent is satisfac-  Slft ]^mg **������ * The direct cause of  all the trouble' was the derangement of the  SnTf: ;9^ *:** ^customed ^  *i on forward, they were surrounded.by so  ana thewheel chains, about 2 cwt. eaeir which  a ter must have-been in close prbximih     e  sidps, I presume, not far off, 2 bower ancWs  1 sfceam, 2 kedgeand 3 bbatancS-   S  tZt:^^dev}ati������\0f ������-e and 7half  WpIjJT a ?������ ya?d9 t0 the westward would  ^ave steered clear from that fata! rock.   But,  in conclusion, ne ver was snob'��������� a for tunate- shipwreck.; V'At the worst^c^^t^and tlMiiqutetr  fulj but two lives lost^; aivess^l tio keep afloat  jfpom*40ip,m:, tillS a,imv afte^aJ^tal^cc^entl  1 Tuesday^ 8th;May,;was the'first*and tlie��������� 1 ast  day. of the Assizes};; the' last fact, speaks vol-  ujmes for: the'state1 of* our Society; H The two  only, cases ;at al 1 i mp 6 rtant^were -those of Tpin >  the; J|us8ian- for>burgiar.y, :j^rwbi^l^Vaecord?  i ng tp ithe/eyidehce^L  the verdict of';*��������� guiltyi'l-ftb^gb-thb^jury^  brbught hiin in '-'not 'guilty,^! contrary to the  dircctTctogepf the Ji^ge  1?) oy bd ft������inonths ab ovjt cerjfiin pirbm Ises^JfiSf  discharged j a safe kby (a duplicate) is missed  while he isithere,; avfriend/of Jong,standing  and. a- fellow cpuii try man deposes.; that he has  seen aVkey in Tom's^possession similar, to, the  key of the safe shown, 1 all'but the brass?ring;  To in- tellsliiniVne 1 s vniakinig '-'Icey sj\ i^^evyhty  will-sboh;be; rich, arid���������/fior$;rb|isOn^lie"i^td;tfib}  kjeys of Eugene Thomas? safe f, on a given day  the safe is foil n d op en $ bu t;. un inj ni-ed, th e; safe  grayer forced^aiM' theJ������old.bd^  Jttejskyi;ign'tPis^^  ling ^herefrbih^; ij������$m jiad^joe^n^mpibyed^on  jfche roof; to clean tlip fin^ pf ;lhe^himney> and >  sihee^heiad;left" Th oiiias ��������� chip 1 py Jhact^ passedi  a,;t termliri:-the^chain-gang. - Would;not Tom be  ybry aptl to be considered the delinquent?  No, he was "not guilty.^r ^_.,". -��������� -���������-, ' r  ���������;.;. The^her ^as;ffie'^  <in iwhichlt tame tmt; "that theV���������opland^s? did  lose the $3500out;o������ anlroif box, hot their  sate; *that thej'had Jbeen^counting" il? over as^  late as half^past one birSuhd%yVafte^lObni,the  ,d|iy: tbeylbstjit all; r that Mrs. Cbplaml-Went.  to the street dobr; to admit a gentleman'who  called^ and held it in her apron during the  Ayh^letimeVM his visitf thatM  laiidVwehtivOut;for^ arrive in; theVafterhpon,  IbavjngLMLthisv^oney' in^aspii^w^atipprtable^  and very sligplroh box, not their regular  stjfei\ that]on their^iWay |hbme they^met^andV  saw Ah'Sami' the Doctor^wKb is'^believed to be*  nofDoctoi^at all>:-w?^^PP^yentt  heavy in hisipockets^ trying to delude observation'; nd doubt ^eir gblb^jVthat the delectable  Joe;twli br^di^ni^ted^^ ,t^  tibie^ had 1 liandea- ta:Mrs������ iSqpland ,a^small  stpneir desenbedi^y^her oin^pu  -the^ size^ of a,pea and bean; split in twb, to put  in her^eye lb cure her blindnessy but whicti  produced great rpain instead;; -that- Joe wished,  fruitlessly, for MrsV Copland hadlostlt; tb re"  cover^aM return tb the Dr. this/stohep:which  he valued at $400 tb^500,vtf  which he said:he (Joe) might|haye ��������� to go as a  slave for five ^ears.    Ail; this was" veryinter^  AXX^^^^^mW0 riiii: 1 '<  'i' 'i '���������  :X0A00Al7  \fy .',/��������� .'J,-      .    -      ���������       .   :  ���������:��������� ?'i������  (Tnclji^ing-;:costVofVdeii very;) iiPJ yaUle; tbVthe:; Carrier^  R'E AD IN Go ROOM^   : ,  xx0 00-&*������������������������$$ 0x' 0x0:r0iXi  Ay '  CAMBRONTON/ -^VIIiiilAMS CRBBK.^ I"' A l -  X $2 per month ^abqve^OP'^  luiySibecntonly lately wadded iath^lrcuUilng^Iii^iry;,  "ablemore;aro ������xpecLo<l daiiyvVi PdrtiosTraru:solicited toJ  subscribe.        .      AXXX^tt-AyXrXr,: '���������������������������������������������  %W<BAH&OW*/l  ���������:ry  A^.i4'W !',;"fiSC^,ititffe^,.-  ZiXX  BRAFTS^ISsigiD  JOHNJ  Librarian/'-''  r^X" ^y--^ -  X *5������*  "E^/Z/Lm  \ 0   powder; FUSE, &c, &c.  .'-���������.:���������J rfy:-..xxx>-Axy-x.yA-xx^:xx:xirrx-rrrxxxzX:.  "; ��������� 0,- ^A0i.a;   ^LS^0 /..yy y<A u-: . ,;  XX00A0X 007X70AA0AiXlXA7XxA:0  5P^^^^NK?S'BIUScaf^  fJSS^W^';r V" - A  ArX   :Vf-Y^ORU ANDKAKADIO; '   .    \v   ,   /y  0 y0 iiMm^ '^tUvA,  ai-     It   '.'a   ^r."- !������������������!.:';< t'izjtl-  ���������   .."���������';;���������>:.h .v.. :...'.���������:       .   ,     '? ���������'   j..... r   > ,  ! ON:MLAl^yNlbN:BAXk OF IRELAND/lI iSlI); ^:  ������������������."/;';"'."..���������'.;-���������.- -l-'LL.'-r,^ S  AA������rgSAi-f<A(   :������������������>.)-..���������      v V/ ���������..' YY-'; ���������' ���������.' :���������- . -.'��������������������������� .' ������������������" Y^; \ ''- .���������.���������'. "*. I   '."'   '  ���������,'���������-    ���������.'-...    YY;--.-  iB^lL.   V ;   ^'"BARKERVILLE,",,-; X0 ;;^-  pROPRIETbRS.1  'ir  esunfj^and sriil more; so Jpe^s confession to  Mra. Copland, in the prison yard,that the bulk  of the money was sent to Port Townsend in a  canoe, in charge of one Ah Sa'anil 'another  Chinaman,; VTrienrily; wpn^r^  Mr; ^opla^;:whp: spared no expense In ferret-  irigpiitf Ae^rpbbers,; Ba^  informed', paid^S 300 in hard cash -to some Chi-:  nese who Vinfbrmed; liira of t|ie ^ place of con1-  cealment of Ah Sam, t^e Doctor, and 7^66���������  *aiid whb showed considerable> pluck an&'. great  shrewdness in the who ������affalr-rthe bhly w0nder  I say is that Mr. Cpptod:did;\not send across  tb Pprt To wnsend; qrV the: ;Sburidi general ly���������  though; .pbrhap^-;h^dAdy^tb 7 pires t>a uds earch  all and sundry Chinese coming oyer in a canoe.   His euemies arid robbers^ the doctor and  Joe, were found guilty arid seritenced lo three  years eachiti"the chain-gang; ���������! .: rx: :���������_  V One remark whichliis: honor the .Chief Justice made at the opening case I trust will; be  taken up and echoed and. re-echoed in every  Court of Justice in which the arms of Britain  are found, surmounting; the Judge's canopy.  It was on the occasion of the trial of an undefended criminal; and he a foreigner:  "Is  there no gentleman of the Bar, Mr. Attorney,  (the Attorney General) who will watch the  case for the prisoner ?    In England there are  never wanting gentlemen of the Bar to assist  an undefended prisbner..'������������������''This Colony has  quite as many gentlemen of the profession in;  proportion to criminal cases as are to be fpund  in England,   I should wish it. mo re particularly in this case, as the prisoner is a tpre.igrier."  "Well done Chief Justice Need ham! -Well done  British good feeling and fair play 1 A fair field  and no favor all the world over.    Mr. Ring  subsequently took the case.  Our last sensation item of intelligence received is that of the bombardment of the city  of Valparasio.  : Meals readjr. at all hours.  EUFELDER  3  ;:;���������   rx^h field;  GOi-  PEO^IQNS^C^CERIES, CI^GTHMGr;&c/  .-':;' r ; ������������������'���������  Storageva^:Cpmm s^_s  v Recejvod  r-yy^aX^X  ������;<iy  ���������Ay:XX~tA;  xm^m  >f������pj:Ail v -\ d c'ds made up on' th cai.  7 V  ��������� GocdDust  SSI  m9.0t^  nd-rAssayed, and returns iaii.%    __    .     . l'"-'!;;>'.-fef-   -' '^"'- *v<^5 -?_-*sX*  :--'���������' ���������    '��������� ">������������������ -  U^Or"JasJ>JF^vec3i(SEf^M -.    t s._-J  jtyril, 1866.    X    ' ^ 7l  y X".', :'���������': 'r. --'���������"'.'X.X''r X~:X'XX*X 0 -X'y:��������� ������������������;��������� ','rr^'.Xk  '0   i   THE BANK'OF'  i'0X  lEsTASusmit'mlZtsy.  I 'Hkad pFPibsr: T,' ST: HELENS I^A^iLOND&f.  ���������i ; DRAFTS ISSUED bn; London; N"c\r TorfcV'-JS/i'njiPw*?^^*  /Cisco,-*CJriboo,; Canada, Ne^ Brunswickj������3s6yagcottij .. A  COHEN   &; HOFEiyiANj  ; dEaVlersin-, '; .:-5v,,:V:;  BARKvERVLLLE.  A large supply^bfiI������AniESv Goods: oh thei way.  e.,h,o;dg;e.N8'  B ARKERVILLETT-Ail join ing thcExprass OiTlce.  X i VWILLIAM  WINNARD,  T  BARKERVILLE.  and on all the. -Briinciios 0C;Uu(i;iViiu6nal^Btuik:*j'f^eat-.'.^  land and Pi^iM^l Bankof IrelfAn.!., -..',y. ^ :> .. V ; /..;  V Bills of Exchange and .Grpld ItophaseA. ..  v 'interest^ on Special, Deposits,of Money allowed.ftt tb*  V  rate.of a quarter of dneVper cent, pir month. **;:' ,1   ''���������������������������-.  < Goid Dcsir MolteclVhnd Assayed,, and raturnJ.mtt������T ^  within 24 hours in Coin or Burs.^���������-;'     ;''' "'        A"!:  M Oriis of every description darefully -Assayed, r^' -V      j   '���������  ANi B.���������Any instructions asjto tthe:disposal of the pr*-...; i  ceeds of Gold Dust .foryarded ,tp theofllce in Tietorl* "  tor Assay will us carefully atten led to;  i:0x0   "   vJ; Gi SHEPHERD^Managw. ���������.������������������% v  !  Victoria^ V; I-; April,aS66..   **    :    -'.      .'Iav* : '-;���������-''  ������������������' AnfERTisixd.���������: A French editor has given  the following sensible description of the effect  of anladyertisement: "The ;first time a man  sees hn advertisement he takes ho notice of it;<  the second time, he looks at the name; the third  time he looks at the price; the fourth time he  reads it; the fifth time he speaks of it to his  ���������wife; the sixth time hebuys."  M. J.  BLACKMAN/  BARKERVILLE.  BAFLKERViLLE  BREVVER.Y;  NICOLAS^ GUNIO^ V  BREWER.  ..._,���������,; LEWIS :W\U>B, yy.   Boot and Slioe Maker,  BARKERVILLE.  JAMES VPURDIE,  BLACKSMIT  . iii CH FIELD.      .  HENRY   SOHORLING,  VAN WINTKLE,  Dealer in all kinds of Provisions, Clothing, &c  ^-Stablingfor Kow������������{ H*yt B*4ri������yaai OaU always en bffixt. ��������� ��������� ��������� - !���������������  V  7X00% A:RN,ARBJ8���������. -: . *r  (Conn-retins: at iiiliooet arid Yale-with.;DIETZ &.'  KELSON'S i%^ew:W^minsteri& 0.  IITILL ��������� ARRIVE ���������������������������: A ND ���������- DEPART from, the - office ia i  t V BarkerviUe, to enhnvet with the steamer.''En-  terprisc'! at Qaesnelmou th; a nd the .STAGES at ��������� Sod*  Creek, EVERY. WEEK,c'6nvoying Trk^sure, Let-* ..  ters and Valuables for.oli partsof the worl|...... Also,  Commissions received, and. forwarded by Express for  the collection of Notes; Bills and the purchase of arti-  '  clcs to be obtained at New Westminsk-r, Victoria, San���������-"  Francisco or eDro.utc^aad returns made with dispatch.  :.-,-.'V,;<.        .:. JOIW B. LOVELL,     V"-  l-s      ;: Agent, Birfcenrilb." VV  Important/'to ^Miners  JTho undersigned is prepared to ."--i.- '���������'-���������   -:'  CLEAN ;BLACK SA^  '7y:yA v;;pAisotofjGJST;;v :-j -X0i: vvv1  On Commission, or will purchase 'any'quantity oa-tfe������  V        Most IjbekAl Tkkms, at the������������������������  -    -   V -. ;  Reading Room, Camerontont; A:  Tho Subscriber is well known on Wifliams Creek, an*  from the confidence: Tcposed in him last Fyll in th,* '*���������  above business,.he hppes to; receive the p������atronaj;������ tf  the Mininff community the ensuing season.  s     ��������� .-.-;���������   JOHN BOWROK:  ^N^itjp.^  BIG-BEND, BRITISH COLUMBIA  DURING THE MINING SEASON the undeiai^ed. ;i  will be prepared to execute Surveys and trans*** '������������������  a fifcnerai Ag:���������S07 BusiEeea, JOHS'.HOBRIB,  |.g ....-������������������ (STiiSBsia-wr. tasssaassmasc  Wtu.'iLliJfcl^'Al'JAWlHi  nzzsoEse  sjatmm  ikesss  . '-:     ;;��������� TO AOVEKTJSERS. -.'V  TU������ "Cariboo Sentinel" is p������ Wished every -lion day  odJ Tbursdav.". Advertisements intended for insertion  must ho delivered at latest at 6 o'clock, p: m., the day  ^d^rypubheattfrn.^'^- -'A-   _.-;.; .    ^ - --;-���������'.   ._  THE CIRIBOO SENTINEL  -_: THURSDAY,.MAY 31,. I860.  last' dollarLi tf.prospecting, he may find, when  he-thinks he has reached the long hoped for  ^"oal of his^ambitioii, that some more favoured  individual had intended taking up the-same  ground long^previously, but hado neglected  either staking it off or recording it, a grave  error certainly, but one which can be expiated by filing a-bill iri Equity, making'.a score  or two of affidavits,'and paying bis*own costs  in a Chancery' suit, and this is what is called  "Equity.?-; 07:0:. 0Ay 0707/ 0007  A I shall hot at present rhake any remarks /on  other recent arbitrary decisions': of the same  Judge,' my object being merely to commence  the agitation of this, subject, and if the miners  are alive to their own interests, they, will. I  trust arouse from their torpitude, and take  prompt steps'to strike'at the root of; the evil,  and by insisting on a reform of the' lawsave  -themselves from-being crushed into the dust  beneath this terrible "one man power,";' It is  Asjffill..lJolcen/of referring .to the" report  of the proceedings before:;the; Deputy Registrar of the Supreme Court here,-giveui^ 9ur  cohi&ns thi8;mprhingjthat the recent decisions  of our Supreme Court Judge rendered at  New Westminster and;Lillooet;-are receiving  their strict interpretation at: the hands of an   officer who. lcnpws^. the__.respPhsibilifcyiof_his  positjipn, arid has the manliness lo. decline,the  assumption ��������� of the , dangerous tfpnsofluences  that might fall on himself, by canning, out the  edicts of the Supreme Court, 'without; being  authorized and'empowered so to' do. When  we co nsider the manner in which the Snprem e  Courfc-has disposed' of the cases of Eddy.and  Walcirori," is it to be wondered:at'that ah officer  holding no written authority (and; this jsj absolutely necessaryv) willdpari act that-might  perhaps bringdowhupbtf him'an action "lor  damages;.or..even worse.; .Judge Cox does not  Coari'if. gropWtyT^ de  cline to act as ;Deputy: Registrar-without .pos-  sessing the requisite' ppwers^he ���������says when he  has received from .Government; special com-  :   mission/or authority,, heis quite; ready as he  ,   has always- been: when^ any; temergency has  :  presented itself) : to ;aot -in -any *&9$er; where  his:setvice.s'are required," but / wHcrd fre pon-  cienciousiy conceives he'would be committing  ��������� an illegal.act, he .very wisely: shirks the. .duty,  aiul who cariblame him���������?���������<Can- Judge Begbie  do so ? Can the Government do so? We should  tiiihlf tibt, her is simply ''declining' to make  himself a party to what' weuld^bo Called' an  illegal proceeding;^ ThereUs onlytpne^Registrar,, of the Supreme Court::arid only one  Sheriff ihthis'Colohy, and without;a'.special  deputation from cither of 'these '. officers ;>pq;  " " o^TSafeli������sume"their: duties/: without. render-  i ng themselves amen able to the 4aw.    , ;.;.  Viewin g the subj ec t. ii .any light we ��������� th ink  '- that the Government -will arrive;, at the. same  ��������� conclusion -as" the .united voice bf the people  .'  of this* mining-community have .c^^^^  JudgeGoxlias.npt only performed .a; duty to  lii raself. but to the G 6 ve rn men tJ(yh<>s������la\ys he  faithfully administers. ."' It is' to"be regretted  that'any misunderstanding should arise between gentlemen holding high official positions  .* under.- .the: Government of .this Colony; but  ' When iiHh������ one forces the other to take up a'position which he believes'.to be right we cannot  see how.i.t can be avoided.- ���������->    s   . "���������'.  It certainly'seems to us to ho high time for  ; the. Government to adopt active measures for.  tf^^tablishmentof--^^  Blanche opened on the Custom House, and the  others followed on each available.point on  which to pour destruction. For.nearly three  hours the fire was kept up without^interrhission.  At 12 if. the.squadron drew off., Erom 15 millions to 20 millions worth of property was destroyed���������nearly all belonging to English,  American and.other.foreign merchants. All  the commercial part of the town=was;destroyed  The Spanish Admiral having received orders  from Madrid to 'desiroy to the utmost all  Chilian and Peruvian towns oh; the.coast, on  March 27 th notified the foreign representatives  that in four clays ho would bombard the city.  Every foreign representative protested in the  most energetic manner. Tke;British residents  were  promised protection by   the;. English  Ev C. GILLETTE,  ;,      :  MiJifff -SURVEYOR,  CAMERONTOWX.  .-: H0tioe.; :: :;  fpHE CO-PARTNERSHIP, heretoforo.existing between  A Messrs.-J. B.'CHANCELLIER und> N. CUMO 1ms  been dissolved to-day by mutual agreement. A fit. Cunio  remains sole proprietor of the Barkerville Brewery.  Williams Creek, May 23rd, 1806. '.- ,:    ���������'/.-. O.-lm  CAMERONTOWN.  j.,k.  SUTER   &   CO.,  Gomni"i'&pion Ageiits  7   i(A   0iA7A - ������,;->���������:;;   :'���������   A. -X   ������������������������������������   " '"-  :- :,; DEBT' COLLECTORS. .;.':./ .  Bankrupt Affairs wound up and Balance Sheets prepared ; Mining Accounts carefully made up; All.kinds  of Forms and agreements drawn, and'evory otlier description of business promptly attended to.  ������������������������������������-.  JE0~ Office���������RICHFIELD,.near the Court House.    5-  petition presented  praying fortheabolition of appeals toChancory  iri mining suits; nay, more, .that; they insulted  the; petitioners by referring the. consideration  of the matter to a committee of lawyers, who,  as a matter of course; would never advise any  reform which would-be likely to check litigation, and.take the bread out of their own  mouths.   Next year hoAvever'I hope,there will  ���������lie. flnrfte.irap.rAv.eine.u i-in.t\)e,By^mp^ go.vern^... X.A -~ ?  riient, but even a council like the last, woiiid  scarcely dare.to provoke the'��������� indignation of a  united and determined population, if the latter would only let them see that they were  unanimous ,in; -their ��������� resolve .to;- be- no longer  treated as ignorant, irresporisilJle serfs. ..Other  colonies have been misgoverned before now,  but they have also set us the example of showing that determined resistance; to misrule by  constitutional means, will eventually remove  it, that no man or no clique can'long continue  to exercisearbitary .powerj or make vexatious  exactions against the will of the people, arid  thatthesooner decisive measures.areadopted  the.sobiter will the incubus be removed.' 0r  x -A- ������������������.;   .;.;.::   ;... .,' :MINER.  REMOVAL   OF G-OODS.  H.   c!   WILMOT T :  BEoGr  Williams Crock that he is prepared, at the shortest notice, to remove goods of every description with  care hetween tlto towns of .Richfield, Barkeryijlc and  Camerontown, at reasonable rates. ;  ''      Richfield, May 21st,' 1806.'. ���������*     5  ;0:rfive:;������T  BOMBARDMENT OF YALPARAISO.  7 San Francisco, May(-Ht^The /Crolden City  from Panama Aprif 30tii, with New York passengers "toj tlie 21stV iarrived this morning.  yalparaisO'Was bbihbarSedtiy the Spanish  Fleet, and a portion pf4the town laid in ruiris.^  Letters' 'to the Panama >Herala, says''7 thatV 6n  tlijR.31 si., t.Kft.rriorning ofitho\.tlirfiat������nod-.bdm-:  bardment, H. M* frigates Sutlej:and Leander,:  with!'; the rDeva'station - and z stpreship^'^Nerens,  left the bay and anchored outside. .The American ships also had to leave about 8;a.-m. The.  enemy's vessels took up position against tho  town���������the Resolution opposite Vaiiney station  Villa de Madrid and Blanche, 1200yards from  Custom House, Vencedora close in.to.destroy  The Steamer v'Enterprise'5  ���������'   WiU leave SODA CREEK     ;  ���������  MONDAX&VTHURSDAY MORNINGS,'./  ���������������������������-...   AT BaLYLIGHT^ ' ..i,:    .  - 'A//. ! ; Will leave QUESNEL       0/ 70  WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY MpRNINGS,  ">;....-.'     ���������    AT G O:CL0CK>    ���������::/.���������;.  Connecting at Soda Croek witb. Barnard's Stagfs on  Wednesday's trip down and Thursdays trip.up.  . >  -, ^"Freight to.QuCsnel H cts. 5������ Ib.v 0  Steanier'Enterprise,5 1    ��������� ... .; ��������� 'J-  May 21st, 1806.,      j   ��������� ,     .,;.- .-���������   ' .:.:, 5 ....  THE INDERSIGKED HAS OPENED THE  ABOVE  Ho'.el and Restaurant, and'ls now-prepared  to receiv) Boarders by tho week or day. ...   ...  j3S$~ Anrst-class COOK has been engaged. ":  ,-Partio^-wishing to Board out this season will And It  to:their.Advantage to give him a call, as his house for  cleanllnjss, attention to customers, and a good Table  cannot di excelled. '     '*   - ���������'��������� . '���������  Pies.Cofiee, Chops and Steaks at all hours.  ;, 1    ..���������& *   :     -:X ALEX. D. MclNNES/Prop'r.-  :/'':l': ^vBAJRKERyiLtEr;.:^ .;, .7 ���������{  WHOLESALE AiSD RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL  PROVISIONS,  LIQUORS, SEGABS,  . ..;:;'g;L;OyTHIK;0-:;;:;;';;:  ' - . , 1 . -    . , .     ...      - * ���������   i        -    ���������    ' i *���������    '-. '     ���������  ,   .BOOTS   & " SHOES,  MINING JTOOLS, J fec.^  Beg to call theiatte^  .     to their full assortmeri t .of SUPERIOR' GOODS'  ���������   ��������� Vtiich will he 8old,..,} .';'���������-���������    ;"'  AT f:C'G;ST; P R:J-C ES 11  to mako room for a NEW STOCK to arrive so soon as i  ', ���������       .���������; ..;. ., tbe Roads are open'.,,.. -r;;;... -X v i'i ������������������..  $&~ Liberal. allowanco will be made: to;  Restaurant and Hotel'Keepcrs and the Trade generally  on large orders.  ���������. ������������������ ���������.���������.���������:������������������'���������   .-.fi-..    - .;1 ���������-">  r' Williazas ��������� Greek  Plume  ^���������Ordinance, i860."  %  NOT 5 CE   TOM IN ERS .  dwellings, and the  The interests of the whole country; from Cariboo to New Westminster, loudly demand such  a reform in our judiciary, and we are sure the  peopleVil 1 hot cease to urge it on ��������� the atten-  tion of the Government until the request has  heen granted." We have no hesitation in stating that 'the institution .of such "admeasure  ���������woiilil db'rnore to allay'the presentxlissatisfied  state of the" public mind than;any other scheme  that coulfr be introduced; ..:-..,.  t: 31an,. vain man. ������lethed .with a little brief authority,  FUy3 such fantastic tricks'before high heaven,-as make  ..the.angels, weep.:'  To the Editor of the "Cariboo Sentinel,''  SiRj-^I'axa glad to see that you are taking  a decided position iii opposition to the absurd  and vexatious:system of litigation, which the  - Chief Justice of this colony is, most; unfdrturn ately .for his 'Owri reputatipni; and'ihej interests  ;  of the lninin^hcbmnipini^i;'. encoura,ging !ahd  pronip ting. 'The late decision, in the; B brealis. &  W'atsoa.case, strikes me as being the most fla-  grant and arbitrary stretches.of power that has  ever, been Committed by an individual occupying theppsition of a Judge, a position; where  the man should be sunK in the exponent of the  law, oh the interpretation of which by its Administrator (in our unfortunate colony), owing  to the wanfe of an tap'peliate court, the whole  welfare 'of the' bommuhity depends,��������� ���������- and ��������� the  power of giving Which invests their author  with the fauction's of an autocrat..'".' From begin ing % eh'd the document which iras1 appeared ^ print.bearing the signature of the Chief  Jusiice7 is a:most ingenious piece ;of special  pleading, which might do credit to ,a.counsel  trying to make tlie-hest. of it bad case^ but ill  becomes a Judge. .���������';'. ilk tells us plainly; thai we  have mining laws containing explicit provisions as- toAe;manner in: which claims should  be i������^eiil.iiii,^nd^e3[d,..but.. at the same time  that airy parties having money enougii to stand  tne costs of. a Chancery suit, may omit to comply with/thesevprpvisions. and set the law at  dellance^; irlends' to :create a feeling' of insecurity; as;t64bev value 'of every title, no man  is secufe^ft-lfe strikes a good claim,  . cqgnal.! in ce~ <  ship Namancia reraaihed  derg;���������LXt-9,-a. m., the~  THE 'W1LLIAMS: CREEK* rBED ROCK FLUME AXI>  DiTcn Company, Limited, call the attention of. Miners to. V'.Tho Williams;Creek. Flume Ordinance, I860,"  a copy of.'which can. b'<i scon at their office, and hereby  caution air persons not to trespass on any ground nor  interfere with any rights aiid privileges therein granted'  to'the Company; -������������������������������������ - ������������������- ���������..*��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������ ��������� ���������;���������.-.��������� ������������������������������������  ���������    .- ;;. ,  ,E.tAl. WADHAMS,    A-.  f -:' ..'.''    Secretary.  RichCeld, 16th May,: 1860. 4Aw  7/7/. f WAKE  UP; JAKE; ;  AND  xyL^y,,.^,,---..,  ������������������" : :,Barkervillet.B..CM ;. ������������������    ������������������  ���������7 KELLY &rPATE]R30N, Proprietors.   ;  *: Everything is done in connection.with thia establishment to give satisfaction to the customers.  1   j^r. Meals at, all. hours.' .. '., -;1'  ,...'.   CAJVIERONTOWN,  -CL_EJJLXQN,-J2ROj?iaETOB.  There is no distillery kept in this establishment,  and stryebnino and rot-gut find no place here.    .2  JNF.ORMAtiON  WANTED   .,  'i S TO THE PLACE. OF RESIDENCE of Alexander  xx Harvy McNabb, from NorvaJ, C. WM..wbcn last  heard from was at Lillooet about to cross the mountains  East. ' Parties who can give information will please  'communicate with John McNabh, E?q., Toronto, C. W,,  or Mr. J. H. Wright, Williams Creek. If the said A.  H. McNahh applies to Mr. Wright he will hear of something to his advantage.. ' 1-lm ���������  PRAGER   &  BRO%/xi70  /yyy,:7    BARKEBVILLeV.;-;   A00X  '1     'i       DEALERS IM :   '   ���������;'  As'sorted"-';.Mero=han-diz*  Wholesale and Retail.  squadron,   and   the   American  Commodore  promptly placed his squadron for* co-operation, should the threatened bombardment be  attempted, r; A-}-   /,-���������,.'   ?.  ' Al ,,. ���������'.'  ��������� i-��������� The Representative of France was > equally  ready to join to prevent the atrocity; but at  last the English Admiral withdrew and said  he could not interfere except diplomatically���������  that British interests must look out for themselves on shore.   Commodore Rodgersi shrank  fro ni r undertaking active . assistance. "' While  the negotiations were going on time was lost  to the neutrals,, and when* the day of bombard-  men t came, the proper ty ��������� was - still- in' ��������� the Cus������'  torn House sfcpres., ;I^e conduct of the British  Admiral is- loudly condemned, by the English  residents.   129 shots were fired.  aKEAT   ATTRACTION!  EVERY EVENING,  AT THE  FASHION SA'LO.QN,  BARKERVILLE.     \  NOTICE IS HEKEUy GIVEN TUaVT .  THE iPOBT OFFIO  ���������'     will, until further notice, be kept at the '*''  LI BR ARY is CAM ER 0 N T (WN,;  and Mr. JOHN BOWRON will be the Acting Po^traaster  WM. GEO. COX,  Richfield, B. 0.,; 1  4LL LOVERS OP THE TERPISCHOREAITART are  . invited to call and enjoy themselves, when a hearty  welcome will be extended.   '*���������';������"-  J  4J5T The best of Wines, Liquors "and ,'Segars,.  an<i Good Order observed. ��������� .     ..    <  l.i,. MARTIN & COOK,-Prop'rs. ,  . :..BAEK3RJy'ri;L:'E';;kx.X '���������. /77/x  MISS THURBER & MR. LAWLESS, Prop'rs-  1st May, A. D. 1866. j ���������' ltf  In .the County Court of British  ��������� Holden at Richfield.  j/'p.  Columbia  IN  BANKRUPTCY.  NEW  ADVERTISEMENTS.  ADVEETISa&JSNT.  &TdwTQw~Bogun Gompany  .    (UNLIMITED^-: :-���������  SOME SECQNbi HAN15 INJUNOTIOaS on white men  and negroes, to be sold clieap.'' ��������� Apply to the Secretary and Foreman. 3  INHERE-AS, a Petition for adjudication of Bankrupt-  }} cy, has been duly filed on the 16th dav of Mav  last by WALTiiR Xo.ng Pixto.v, of enmerohtown,: Wil  liams Creek, British Columbia, late Restaurant and Sa.  loon Keeper,; and ho having been adjudicated a Bankrupt, is hereby required to surrender himself, to Wm.  THIS HOUSE HAS BEEN NEWLy FITTED UP ON..  the Restaurant principle; with a view to the.comfort, .  of-the public, anif will be conducted in a manner to  ;  ensure the satistaction of t-hoso who are disposed to  lavor the proprietors with their patronage.,,.?,"  Meals at all Hours;   Good Beds.  jQggr The Bar Is furnished;with the. best solectior of  Liquors.and Segars. . .   ,* > * x ���������*.._.*.-, ;.     ... ���������    ��������� --,*'  as  after  sklctiy complying with the law which he sup-  p o sea to b -j b i -i p ro te c ti on, ������an d sp en d ing his  ! '      .v:ij,;.:y.l.O;S;p ..:..  FF THE STAGE, BETWEEN BLUE TENT AND 150  Mile House, one Box. Books, addressed A. R. Ro������-  ertsok,' Rich fleld'.-* .^ny person finding the same and  leaving it with any of Barnard's Express rAgente will]  be suitably rewarded, " "       7  Monday, the 16th day or July next, at 11 o'clock iri tho  morning precisely, at the Court House,- Richfield,.and  in?ike a full idiscovery and disclosure of his estate and  effects, when and whefc the Creditors are tb come prepared to prove their deb ts^ and at the first sitting to  choose Assignees and at "the last, silting the said Bank-  rupt is required to finish his examination:      ���������  .  All persons indebted ��������� to the said Bankrupt or that  liave any of his estate, and effects are not to pay or de.  liver the same but to Mr.fo*: G. Phillips, Esq., the CSX-  cial Assignee appointed by the said Court."��������� i  ' JOSEPH PARK,  Richfield,  .:   w ��������� - Counsel for Paiitionor.  .,Pa*anc*d}lYtlA3fny, 18B������. i  M^ttOiiASTS AjTD Dealers w  pitoyisiONs; ;clothin(^ ^liquors, ;&^  L.  MOUTTET & CP,  WHOLESALE & RETAIL  ^OEAGEICOIIISSIOIIEEC]  RICHCELD, WilliaiiAS Crcok, B.. O. ..-;  E HAVE ON'HANDalargestoclc of Provisions,;  .i y Hardware and Vegetables, and. are deter-.  mined to sell them cheaper than, any.other. Btpieyj*  Williams Creek. Come and sec and judgs tor..yottrsnvlf*-  ' - Eicbaeld, May 5th, ISCjB.   '       .'  .77 '  ffci&  mm  wmlm  ^������nio:  mmTtt  m 1'JMHW W.'ft /UlMfflBaiWMI m-MUMM JwnCTfflp^rpTnri'llU WOJfJ*!������LWWM W.ttWBPM-Wg������E  ���������5  THElA&IBQQ SENTINEL IRRESPONSIBLE  gHUBSDAY^MAY 31, 1866.-  "mining INTELLIGENCE.  7':;���������' 7- A/; \'wiluams greek. / 7 A  KThe high stage of the- water< in��������� the' creek  has stopped all mining operations below the  Cameron co'y, the Raby and Dead Broke co'ys  have been-drowned oui���������The Cameron ��������� co^y  ���������washed-out ,on, Tuesday. 60 dunces . from their,  new shaft���������The' Moffat co'y washed, out yes-  i  :������������������  terday 30. ounces.���������The Morning  star co'y  got'tbrough bed rock- and struck a channel  lastnigbt. .' 70x770...7  -X- 13ROUSE   CREEK.  :,The Salt Spring co'y have been working in  the bed of the creek for several years and  niakingfair pay; during,this period they have  laid! 1100 feet of a flume, the depth of ground  worked will average-20 feet and at tho point  where*they quit last season was paying from  $10to$12aday to the hand.    One of, .the,  shareholders was over'here on Tuesday and  hired 6 or 7 Chinamen to assist them 5 we believe the wages given to Chinamen is $4 a day.  ���������Wake,up Jake.co'y have bottomed a,shaft  38 feet and found a prospect.���������French co.y  are'doingas well as usual.���������Ne'er do Well  co'y,.6 shares, have been engaged for the last  six weeks sinking shafts,, in the. last -one ��������������������������� they  tfmndl&pVpsjpeot and sorted -drifting in to the  hill; getting-in 50 feet,-rim -rock was struck,  but after drifting through this" about 20 feet  they got into a channel; they.had been washing all the; dirt that was.taken out, and on  BSaturday last on cleaning up had 23 ounces  of coarse gold.V The Discovery or Sneddon  ������co/y we understand washed up for the last  week;about 180 ounces.���������There are a number  ijBbf campahies below this point running tun-  "Bnels and sinking shaftsbut we have not heard  ^^imwhai success: the number at work on  ;his creek at present is estimated at about 100;  7-:A00A   LIGKTNINfi^REEK.   -  M We are just informed that the Blair co'y,  fflab.ove the^pld Dutch co., who have sunk a shaft  fen the hillside about 20 feet deep and had got  ^alii^;^$9.to;the.pan.;.this is_supposed to  iethe'lead which was lost last fall by the old'  3ufch:andi3egel co'ys.:     ���������������������������'A-..  VICTORIA ITEMS FROM "CHRONICLE."  BRIDGE RIVEK  Decisive Stand Taken fay  , Judge Cox. ,  %&&  i  Wlmk ^n TIlurs^a7 10th inst., Major Mallowanski  e^^giad left for -parts unknown:; liabilities from  Jj������30,0.00 tO:S45,000.���������An Indian had been ar-  Sfeiested for the murder of an Indian boy.���������The  ;*^^feoyernor,had informed, the .Chamber of Com-  |feci;jce'tiiat the- Reciprocity Treaty with the  MJnited States had been brought to an end and  Bo other treaty was in course of negociation.  w-IsaacTttrgoose was' convicted of selling  ^^hlskey.to.;Indians and fined $100 which was  jjljromptly paid.���������John Copland had passed his  HBrst.examination as a bankrupt, trade assign-  |||Le&MfiisJS^  ��������� As we stated in";our last issue the Aurora  Co. had notified the Davis Co., to.; apppar at  Clinton to answer an application that would  there be made' (on Friday last) before the  the Judge of the Supreme Court, for an injunction to restrain them from working certain; ground. ; A messenger was dispatched  in all haste, .who,, finding Judge'Begbie at  Bridge Creek, procured from him an order to  Judge Cox, as Deputy Registrar of the Supreme  Court, to issue an injunction, and attach the  Seal of that Court' to .the same, as the seals  of the Supreme Court in the Registrar's possession were in the .Chief Justice's waggons  which had broken down and were some'distance behind. The messenger, Wm. Hazeltine,  arrived on Tuesday evening and handed the  order ..to Judge Cox, and the hearing came  oh^estefda^'mbfri  in the Court House, Richfield A        / ���������' r  7 Mr. H. P. "Walker produced the order Xrom  Judge Begbie to the Deputy Registrar of the  Supreme Court at Richfield. (JudgeCox) and  requested him to attach the Seals of the Court  to.the. injunction; Judge Cox said he had considered this matter over last night, and had  committed his views to paper which he would  now reader   .".. [fi-        'r/pA 7/07071  "I HOLD.NO COMaMISSION AS DEPUTY  REGISTRAR OF THE SUPREME COURT,  NOR NEVER DID HOLD ONE.;. I 'HAVE  ACTED AS SUCH FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE PUBLIC AND THE SUPREME COURT,- AND IT JS NOT LATER  THAN THE EXBRESS;-.BEFORE-LAST t  REMARKED WITH REFERENCE TO THE  CASES AGAINST THE SHERIFF THAT  ALL MY ACTS DONE AS DEPUTY OF THE  SUPREME COURT MUST HAVE BEEN ILLEGAL. I ENTERTAIN AS HIGH"RE-  iSPECT AND .ESTEEM FOR MR. BEGBIE,  AS MR.'-BBGBIE, AND ALSO AS-SUPREME  COURT JUDGE OF THE COLONY,: AS  ANY MAN IN IT; BUT FINDING NOW  THAT IT IS ATTEMPTED TO.DRAG ME  INTO THIS DISAGREEABLE QUARREL.  AND ACT CONTRARY TO MY OWN RULING AND CONSCIENCE, I WOULD, IF I  ACTUALLY DID ilOLD A COMMISSION  AS DEPUTY REGISTRAR OF THE SUPREME COURT AT THIS MOaMENT, RE-  We make an extract'from a letter'written  by Mr. John Simpson; at Lillooet, 16th May  inst.. Mr. S. has been up Bridge. River- some  distance prospecting for the last six / weeks.  He says," I am going up again with1 other  foiir parties, \q bring water oh a bar, about  20 miles from the mouth of the river, but whether it will pay us for so doing is more than  I can tell, TJie trail is. now finished as' far .'as  it will be carried until the. country has been  proved: I am afraid it will do but little good  as'there arc two large creeks in the* way vrhich  ���������u/lll     Iha   irAt.Tr'    hnv/1     +A . ntvioo    *TTtfl*>i't������f    "k^T^*.  MARRIAGE^IN^HI'GS LIFE;:-:^���������.:r  The following accouut of the marriage of  our esteemed Governor is taken from the 'Court  Journal of Feb. 3d : yy  On .Saturday last (27th Jan.) the marriage  of Mr. Seymoiiiv'Goveraor of British Columbia  son 'of tlie late -H; A; Seymour, Esq.; :toV Miss .'���������  Stapleton, daughter of the Hon. aud'-Rev.i Sirv  Francis Stapletotf, of Grey's Court, Oxford- :  shire, Bart, and; rector of the parish, was; sol- ...  cmnized at Merewqrth Church, Kent.    The-  road' froni the rectory to the church was:. profusely decorated' with triumphal arches-and  which lasts for about two,months,io that I  don^t think the upper part of the river will be  properly prospected before the end of the  season.: .'"-���������.  From Mr. JefTray, who arrived here the other day from Bridge River, we gather the following particulars respecting that region: Our  informant, along with Mr. Lorimer and four  others, left Lillooet, on the 23rd April last,  with all the necessary stock of provisions and  tools for carrying on prospecting operations  forsdmo time.    Tbey proceeded -along the  new trail as far as Tyackton creek, a distance  of about 70 miles, where it terminated.   Here  they fixed up a boat and proceeded as far., as  Gun crock, dis tan115 miles;. ..they camped at  the mouth of this creek" andt went'tbV; work  sinking holes and prospecting;" ihe deepest  hole they sunk was 8 feet,. which they could  not bottom for large granite boulders; all the  prospects that could be found was two or three  fine colors to the pan.-   They then proceeded  lip the creek some 7 or 8 miles, prospecting as  they went along, and even trying, those places  which Jamieson and party had prospected Lost  fall, but could.not raise more than a color ;���������  the banks of this creek are very steep, and the  only.portions of it that are lit to be prospect;  ed are small bars, which'occur at intervals as  the creek makes a turn. - The party left" Gun  creek and proceeded up the river, as far as  they could go with their bo at, which might be  about 1������ miles; ���������<drew.their boat ashore, cach-  ed_a; part of "th eir "p"ro visions ^a'n'd; star ted: for  Caidwaladcr creek. , They made ah attempt  to cross a divide, which would'have taken  them to that-creek in. 8 or 10 miles, but,had  to put back on account of the snow, ,and continued their course by the south fork of Bridge  river,.which prolohged their.jpurhey'to about  40 miles.   Arriving at the mouth of; Caldwal-  ader creek they proceeded'up it for about a  mile when they found the sluices andjeamp of  Jamieson and party.    Out. of curiosity .they  started to rock some of-the- gravel-from the  pit that had been' worked by Jamieson last  fall', and although;they washed a good many  buckets of dirt all .they-found was a few colors; this pit is described as being from 30 to"  I  WlG- *������eif jn jail had refused to work on the  jMfcreets because it would degrade him.���������After  Jgjga absence.of-150 days the sch.'r Kate arrived  K������������oin,the; Northern Codfish banks without a  |������j||gmgle fish.���������The suit of'the assignees  plisPonald vs Trounce came un  (1     r o     - of Mc-  I'On^Ltt ys.Trounce came up for trial on the  ^g7thinst. when a verdietwas returned for de-  to make  ma.  me  andant.���������The steamer Fideliter was  er first trip to Portland on Wednesday last  S3rd inst; it was reported she would run in  Connection with the Montana from San. Fran-  ������isco, and;bring..pas3engers f(Tr"i������!2'8rcaD'ih and  S10 steerage.^rThe .steamer California left for  San Francisco on 17th inst, carrying 300 tons  ������eight and 20 passengers among whom were  pfir^and Mrs. L:Goldstprie and Right Rev. Bish-  ip D*me���������'-yA������ Indian had murdered a squaw  ^shoo^her throtigh the head.^A party  ������aa started toprospect for coal on Cant. Nade i  property at Sooke.-Sixty tons of Fuca Straits  B������al h^d been supplied to the steamer Oalifor-  ������a-General Halleck and Staff were 'expect-'  ������a to arrive in a few "days. ���������  5IGN THEJLOisT AT ONCD.   A  ^X    GOLD/COMMISSIONER'S GOURT,  ill : (Beforo W.'G. Cox, Esq.)'/' -.  ���������    ��������� Monday, 28th,May, 1866.  Sl3hrey Jone? vs'Canoii Creek Bed Rock  Xin nnnr 0ffiPa?y-This was a suit for wages  gnmu^mglo^^ $47a  m��������� >een as pleasant as it could poSS  B? w en-te,rWned that the snow will disan  Se hS^SSS^^ ������n the eff^ of  IlM^H Tn^������31 BmjOW-^ossvs.aGowan  1P> ^ay.fvn^clorh g0t ia ������n the  COURT SEALS IN THE RECORD OFFICE,  WHICH ARE AT-MR. WALKER'S DISPOSAL, BUT THEY WILL NOT BE ISSUED  AS SEALS OUT OF THE SUPREME COURT  BY ME AS DEPUTY REGISTRAR OF THE  SAME."      ������������������  Mr. Walker said-that as. application-had'  been made last night while.His Honor,was  still acting in the capacity of Deputy, he would  ask him to attach the seal to the paper.  ...  His ,h onor pb served 1 that he had no fc ;beeh  acting, and had' done, no business connected  with that.office forborne timeipasi ;;He:liad  been treated %ith,.'disrespect by ;ihe Aurora  Co'y on the occasion of^his decision last-fall.,  He had intimated.; to them before Tehdering'  that' decision.that if: they .had any ..fresh evidence to adduced he was . willing to continue  the case to enable them to bring it forward,  but they had express themselves iquite' sat-:  isfied with the, decision. They had afterwards;  appealed the case to the Supreme Court oh; the  ground of their having-such fresh evidence to  adduce; let them now go there for their.remedy. He had quite enough business in his own  court to occupy his time, and would not act  as Deputy Registrar unless called on by the  Government 5 he had never received a commission nor any remuneration for performing  the duties of that office, and therefore considered himself at perfect liberty to do as he  liked in the matter.  40Tect square, with a depth of from 5 to 6  ARM -f/aAk-Qntl���������^"*' .ASfi-^liiq .finly:-^Q_^yqg^.taJcAaiiJ_h  POLICE COURT.  (Before W. G. Cos, Esq., j. P.)  Tuesday,- 29th -May 1866%  J. Blundorfcharged by.Francis Thomas with  having refused to give complainant his lawful  change, and with haying assaulted him when  asked for it. Fined $5, commuted to $2 50.  David Lo wry summoned by Geo. Baker for  refusing to give up possession of a cabin on  Conklin Gulch the property of complainant.  House ordered to be given up within one  week from date.  ,  '$������$* If you want to save money get your  Newspapers and Magazines from G. C. Cmrk-  gOxV & Co/ Booksellers. Stationers and Newrs  Agents, New Westminster, who forward papers  !by mail or express to all parte'of ihe Colony.!  Jamieson and party.  ;They crossed over with  difficulty to the opposite side and commenced  to run a cut," which they carried in over 20  feet, following the bed rock and washing the  dirt with a rocker as they went along, but did  not get anything.    They also" washed 24 buckets out of a hole that had been prospected last  fall, but found nothing.    Some of. the .party  then started up the creek and came back and  reported that it looked more favorable : all  then went; up abput.2.miles and put down'4 or  5 shafts tombed rock, which looked Jwell, but  though: they prospected: thoroughly'":. did not  even get a color.    .The ;rpcks and;, boulders  were all granite; theycbuldlseeno^races of  ���������quartz any where,aiid1 on vthe whole give it as  their united .'opinion tha't it does not look "like  a gold bearing, country.'   ;They remained on;  this creel03 .days and started; Back to Liilopet,  whichjlace they^ reached "on 17th - May. inst;,:  haying been out 24 days.   Whilst on their way  back they observed large quantities, of geese  and ducks on the riveiv and not a, few black  and cinnamon bears.   There was no snow on  any of the creeks they visited^   Had they got  the.leasfc encbiiraging prospect, even such a  prospect as would have paid as much as $4 a  day, they had iutended remaining  for the  summer.   They were all old and experienced  miners, and went there with the determination  of giving the diggings a fair trial.    *.  We are very sorry indeed to be compelled  to'record such a signal failure, but in justice  to the public we. feet it our duty to give the  experience of hard-working and industrious  men, whose veracity we can rely on. We hoi^e,  however,,that Mr. Jamieson when he starts to  work his claim will make.discoveries that may  vetredeem that portion of, the country. We  cannot conceive how a man like Mr. Jamieson,  who is an old miner, could.have been;deceived With the prospects obtained last fall; but  it only illustrates the error into which the Government allowed itself to be drawn inlimiting  the time of the party to a given day; had Mr.  Jamieson been allowed to remain a week or  two longer he ho doubt might have been in a  better position.to.judge of;these diggings, and  family.  At'-the 'conclusion of the ceremony, which  was impressively-performed by the Itev: Eliot'  Henry Stapleton, rector of Buckhorn,:Weston:  Dorset, and brother of the bride,- the "party.**,  adjourned to the vestry; where the marriage  was duly attested, and the happy pair received'  the congratulations of their friends.    The joy; :  bells then rang forth a merry peal, and .tho  company adjourned to the Rectory; where, a-  sumptuous repast was prepared'*for  about..:  fifty guests.' -'-v*-;- ;;'     '��������� ^  -���������  ' '. '.  xx ���������:  Early in the afternoon the happy pair, amidst  a shower of old shoes, left in a.carriago and"  four- greys from Meopham ��������� station; ...en route  forthe.Queen's'Hotel Upper Norwood, follow- >  ed by the sincere good wishes of their friends :':  and relations.-'-  ������������������-'��������� ���������      - ���������   ���������'������������������'���������/ x7 ��������� ���������-::  ��������� The presents, received oy the bride were;.;  both numerous and costly, and among them.:.":  we may mention; a handsome * dressingrcase ���������  with. si 1 ver - fittings, from Viscount: and. Vis- \  countess FalmOuth ; a splendid inkstand���������of;.  gold and���������:silver, Irom Viscount and Viscountess Torringtoh;. -.a valuable .gold mounted ������������������>���������  writing desk, from the Earl and Countess :of:r  Abergavenny-; a, superb pearl hoop :ring from  from Colonel and Mrs. Tottenham ; a diamond ���������������������������  aiid emerald locket, ;a ruby and beryl:- locket /  and a massive -gold and diamond bracelet, /<  from Mr. Seymour; ditto from Lord and rLady.;;  Farhham ?-a bracelet of carbuncles and diamonds, from General Seymour,' C. B.;; a suit of;:  :Brusselslace-of .^the r most-costly:-:descriptiohv^_,  from Mrs. Seymour, the mother, of the bride- ;  groom; : a. chaste' locket of pearls arid, emeralds, with chain to match, from Capt. Blacker; .  a pair of crystal?bell earrings,: set with- tur-.  quoises of the most novel and elegant "design,',  from Mr.Charles Dalison.; an elegant writing  table set of Algerian onyx,'from the. Marchio-!���������  ness of Londonderry;-Viscount and Viscount- '.  ess Pdwerscdurt,' and the .Hon.: Mr. and ;Mrs.  Maurice Winglield : a group in white Dresden..  china, from ' Viscountess Jocely-n.; a'��������� set ���������;of -  ornaments in pink coral, from Capt. Stapler -  tony&c. '-    :���������'..���������������������������' .; .-. ��������� 1077 :  We must not omit to mention that the bride- .*  groom, in performance of one of his many  privileges, presented the bridesmaids  with.:  lockets, each different, and of thelatest^fashion.^  The poor of the parish were not forgotten on~  this occasion.   They were plentifully regaled  by the rector, with his .usual-kindness and-  liberality. -'  Lost, in the Woods.���������Mr. Goudie, of ��������� Ques-- -  nelmouth, went out on a shooting excursion  last Saturday morning, and not making his  appearance at a late hour in the evening his  friends became alarmed and forthwith set out  on horseback and onlbpt; scouring ;thewop^sy:f;  without finding any^trajces ;of; himj ;^ey��������� ^re ;  highly pleased; hoover :ito7seef hiiii; enter ;ati;;.  appearancb early next morning. -It would ap- ���������-  pear;thatfindihg'the'-Shades of evehirig clps- ;  iiig in oh him rather; unexpectedly: he fetched ;  up at a native encampment, where. he gladly .  partbbk'oi* the hospi.talities of their camp til 1 *',  the dawn appeared; when he made tracks for ������������������*  .home.-:,'���������;���������':��������� --' ���������':'. ;        ���������;.������������������':'��������� ���������'��������� V;"'; ';.; ['���������'������������������'''-/'[:'  IjJvoLUNTARY Bath.���������On M;pnday evening;as :  an Indian was crossing tlie creek on a narrow  plank opposite town, with a heavy load on ;  his back,he slipped,and fell into the stream.  His cries for help were loud and deep; and  soon attracted a crowd to the spot who rescued him from his critical situation, but not. tho  pack... .;��������� vv".*'':".'"  Shuswap Quaktz.���������A gentleman of- this city 1  wh0 is an expert analyzer of quartz, and who  has spent considerable time in^the most-:. famous mines of this country, and the sijyermines  of Peru, pronounces the quartz of the Shu- :  swap.region,B. C, more valuable and promising than any he has ever seen.   This speaks  well for those of our friends, who have recent- .  Iy embarked in the business" of"developing  ledges  at North Cherry .Greek.���������Portland;  'Oregpnian.'.;.' ;��������� ���������;; "'" 7 -. ���������. :     " " _ V',;,_ ���������, ���������',;"v;  ypSr- There died, on: the 11th March, 1866r  at Inverg'ordos, a woman iaamed ��������� Margarec  Munro, or Queen, a pauper, at the age ofc 112  years.   She was.a native of the parish of Kil-;  muir, and came some yeaxs ago to live in In-  vergordon with a:'b^1>th^::���������^-���������h^8;^���������1FAto-li6t.:.  saved a number of poor .'men from ���������spending i.iongr ago died at also over 100 years.- Mavga-i  uselessly their hard won earnings. "      ������������������'���������������������������'��������� j re| was. 100 years old before ��������� she applied for  pit If. ypu want zood C^^B-iF^^y. I parochial relief.-European ���������Tim?'������,vV -' -    CHI^ '
.  (Fwiatnc 'Caribpoite^ 2Gto^anuary, 18C6)
"....,.: 7 ��� -    .   .chapter ji.,- t .;;'��� v..;(.' .
i 1. Arid. many-;of. the Oaptains of >tbe ruler
dwelt in;the laud of the Great Deer,; and they
gathered tythes of the; people and sorely afflicted them,: and. said, stand ye aside for we
are holier than ye-���we areIwise; men.from.the
eaatV -;>-������"��� yr- AAA AXXrrX^ ���'������ :���������''��� ���:���
'.... '��� 2.. And the.people called them strange names
and said unto themy.ye are only wise :in: your
own conceit X7-(ti 7'7:y00X 0'-'-.���' ��� 01
3. uNow there was a law in that; land that
; whosoever.nioveth. his neighbor's land-marks
shall be in danger.of the'judgment: ���"      ���
A4i'Andone'ot the .families that,lived in a
rich valley in that land were accused of moving their neighbors' land-mark, and* they were
brought unto the-judgment;:.'.:    ���-.:.',.'
6. And there was a great concourse of people, and the son of ..l*rian��8oru,. gorgeously
apparelled.'sat in the judgment hall;;;-     :.-��
6, And when he hudheai'd tbe whole accusation- he called for a basin of gold ania buckskin napkin, and washed* his hands clear of the
matter, saying, I find no fault in them. ,.
.7.' And. the next year other neighbors came
: and did likewise, and when they were .brought
unto the judgment and saw-anew and.just tet-
-rarch- si tti ng-in- - t-fc;e ��� hall, ;they .said, ,w.a .spp ea J,
���untovImpey.'V'        V *  '; �� *���' ���     ��� . ,
8. Now when they had come, unto Irapeyte
footstool ahd'he.had heard them.of; the whole
matter,���'������'������ -u: u :*';*���::.*, -'��� a   ������ ���   :��� ���.   .
���9. jHe lifted up.his.voice and said unto them,
know ye not'that it is written, Hf a man '-take
thy./cloak give unto him thy coat also'*.", -,.. v; - ���
.. ��� 10. And * in; that ��� y eari: tb e \ p copl e b egan tto
Worship false gods, -and.-vthey built, temples
unto them;- ���- Ax: ��� AxA'AsX -���X. ..'.;���'. * 'A-'~
II: And in the.; temples were many altars;
coveredwith green and red-, and on them were
placed books written-within and without with,
ni purriingt" lamenta'tion.,and: woe���in black,
and mired, and .in white;! '!:;AxA: 0 7. ;^
. V12.; And raanyof:the'people went out after,
these strange gods, and- offered up sacrifices
u ntoitheminVsiiieriandLlii: gyd,in^checks and
in wiriel;:'������..;.'. ���-���;,: \-V{X:X������;���' AfX'���-���.::;.  V7- ~~-~x
��� 13., Arid, it cam e, to. p ass^i n the. fifth m on th
that; strange < women.from .the ,yaterland '��� came
and danced before the ���worshippers, and they
wereibighly//pleased; J:���X0y ��� ;���": V ������������'..".': 07<7
'.. ,14V. Aud-they. swore,; that7they would ��� give
them'whatsoever\they-would, ask/;, even: to the
half .of their.possessionsV AAxXy :Alxix
7.7l$$ No w these women ; instructed by a/love
of gain;? asked' of them their money .'arid their
sleep,1 and for- their vows'; sake they did give
unto them; Ayr tiXXi xtirX07yx: -���-.-���
16. And many of them became as eunuchs
unto these' women. ."���.,-. X-. A A- ������':���' "-A---
17. >Then' came other women worse than the
flrst who also danced before .the people, and
did other things of'.which it is a .shame even
so'rauch. asto^^peaiq
sHwagwfflgai^'^i'isw^^
j^*-We can endure to look upon a melancholy man, but not upon ar melancholy child.
This is the saddest spectacle in nature^   . :V
* ���     ���    ��� 1  �� .   . .    -    ....,. ..... .
Thiv Usiver9.u.Pk actios of mixing'1 Chicory and
other adulterJtives with Coffee, hasverymuch damag-'
edln public estimation, .what ought to bo..the most
delicious of B.ev, rag��?s.'. .&reirect u-.;lly have the" public
been drugged1 with such mixtures that the true pr .p ;r-
tbs havebcen lost sight of, and manypr^f .r a U .ck
and tldok in'usiori to a drink rich inspirit nn I oroma.
G n. ral-"us U the.use ol .'Coffee,, it is littli known thai
in con'knsing tho v ?p:>r3 extracted froth the berry. in
roasting, * a liquor is obtain id of: tho most nius eon'-
taste j and of u scrit'tho most unb ear ibb.^; Un lersucb
circumstances it is cvl.iently impi.rwntrthat'all th-.:;
gases ��h-i tlui ��s ex'tricted:,by; rj:isijnjj shciil 1 be c:ir-
ri3d off as quickly as p )sslbl r; in or kr to prevent their
returning lifrliit to th��Offeej; which 'is the'ciso in the
conuudd cvlin.t'er: ; Tills object ;is;adralrtbly occom-
plished by'the nvjwan �� pM nt "Conical C ifloe Rjaster"
isu^dby.5 FELL& CO.,.,Viph/riii, hi which, tho berry
l^ <;ir :ctly'��''xposwd.to trie r udiiie'd hciit, 'un I th�� vupvr
extricteu carried oir-'instuntdn.'cusly. ' lu aduUbn-io,
the aov.mtigo to be oc-riva��i by the r.ipl I reniov.il of
tho steam on turning the ohj ;ciion:��bU pr..p.'rii;.��, tli��*
puro jir>ma of the Cj'troe is rHuin-'d, the vssnuid oil-
b�� ing'pr^s.rved an i rint t-xltaustod its in the Cyli.ulcr
11 ��tster/whi ri tlie Collce Is r quirod to remain a umcU
Unger Uom in cns.qu:ncj.of ihe 8tearnln�� it unkr-
goes by the c ��nfin jd steum..'.It is chemically imp >s?i-
blu to retain the quiliii js or tirrjst the det-.ri.>raihn oi
Cjffee wln-'n groun I. Tiie heat eng n lor id by the pre-
c.-ssof roUPiing,!and ef��p?ci :lly of.grinding, creates an"
iiction in thu��l.im*!'nlaryp-':rts-which'gr.����iu illy desires,
itsflm ssa-r /rink. But to.rdaiu. the essnii 1 ul
which It contains we havo it oncasftd in tins contain I n;<-
irjrn lib. to 28-His ;-an \' which-can- he had.irom any:
of the r^p.cubl}-deaJ^r.'. We-cm cinfl lently r.-
wmini:!*:i ui��HO.w.hQ,Ui*rxUUteifi .'.'cvn^^obl i^rea to. .re-.
.rain fram talcing C6ll':o i-n acc>uat oi' ils ill enVcte,
thattluy may uso cur. Ceifcc, raasted in thoC-jnic;I-
RoastJ-r,- b ing r comni*n:lea by all medic;1 m^n un ur
wh'ose/uoticJiit Iv'S betn brought,.an.I- hy nuai.-rous.
other tcsLimonijls.in its.iavor. FELL &.C0..,
���-���������--' coilee M - rc!i ants, y atcs St., -Y le tc:ri \.'
0     LlUAF6EFAbVERtISEMBNfsi"
'.QUKSSBLMpUTK ADVERTISEMENTS,
COLONIAL RESTAURANT,
^      - QUESNELMOUTH,.:. -
:    ;",- P. L. JOHNSP.Ni.PaornraTOR,
Meals at all .hours, and Cooking of. the best
���     - ���        description.;y-       ���      s- .-'
OCCIDENTAL   HQTEL,
W-v    v  ��� quesn'elmo'uth; ���       -
���:-. BROWN &-'GILLIS, Prophtetors:;-
Good Beds;''Restaurant; Billiard Table, &c.
V-StaUing for Horses; Hay and O.us.    ./S..
7'y /4^9p7^^^��^r
.Old' EsTAnusit'-n Gkxkrai.' Stjre, :'���*
PROVISIONS. WHOLES ALE &  COMMIS^
������'    -SiON MERCHANTS,
'Storage, oco.���T��rms most Moderate.
' 0*.. QQESxNKLMOUTH. .    S
S. POPPER &. CO.,
WHOLESALE and RETAIL MERCHANTS,
���."".." QUESNELMO.tiTH,.'
Dealers' in Provisions. Liquors,, Tobacco, &c.
A good selection of Liquors always on hah-
Im
ROAD SIDE HOUSES,. Ac.
.. t , v^tori^a:dve
C0VEUNMEJ?T STRE~ET, VICTORIA;        '}
A WHOLES A i E.; A JfD  RETAIL.
.   J,;H, T}Mw&
English^FrencfcSilkSjvShawlSj Dresse^Uii.
dercbthing, Gloyc?,' Van.l; every /description of
 -.  .. .Dr.pcry OqoiIp. ...-,   -;'. ......
. R.'cMvo,regular supplies by';Ex'press viaTanflma and*
by Failing: vessels vi t Ctpj- Horn.V- '���;������ *. --������..;..:-. -.
jj^Particulur attention 'given to all'0r4ers;V      ; .
. I j- '.n: ion. Finn���J. P. ;Tu.\8rA^\ & Cp... ���'  > f ?. . ���.: x. j,.
;    ���-.--:        . ESTABLISHED.. 18587   ��� A-0.-
TlflL'LIAU ZELNERi toler 'in*. Dru68; m^:
. Yfr; cines and CHEMiCAia,.Pmcy an,i T.��ll -t-Artie!-f
Sprngop, lirushe?i.,p.irum��'ry, &c, Pbjwlcluits'. pr,\
stripiions cirefullycompoun fed and orders'uns^red
with cire and di<pilchi ' VicVori-i, V. Ir      -       j,%   .
y PATTRICK'S CORNER. t      ~
J' B.. KOBEBTSON, TWine and Spirit Mar.
. chant,yictori?vy:I;.;...'.';::;..���    A    u .
B00T3! .BOOTS!!
T SAY SAM! How a it your :BoniB woiir.w'fc-M
1 an I keep your ftefso^ry I B ;c*��use I purcSs'se of
Charity aiid''Butler, Gov mtm-nt'-Siraot, Viciomr
lillooet: ^iLLs;;;
THE UKDERSTGNED ar^riow maunfacturin'g FLOUR
of all grades: Extra;; Superfine and Fine;;,- Feed
Crushed to order.-
I-s
LILLOOET FLOUR- MILL CO.,
... ;F- -W.': Foster,. Agent.'
'0 ^yEDWH ;TYNON,: V
EALER IN liRV*; GOOiDS," CLOTIUNJG, HAT3 AND
Cipsv B'jots an'l'Sho'eSj' Oafpjtings,  Oil Cloths,
Wall Paper,, kc:,. Lillooet, R. C. 7 '   ���
l-s
LILLOOET : BREWERY,      ;
JACOB ..MILTZ, Proprietor, has always on
���hanl a large aiid superior: stock of LagenBecr.;: at
���"the; B:��r will J lie. found the best Br-inciv;jv Wines a nd
Scgar.-?;. tlie pahjtc are invited to call. ,.;pr;-pared. to .fill
all.- orders p.ruhi p t ly.. .        ' ��� V;: '-.   "!.. .^ ���'.'-; ;.' ; y Is A
COLD; S;PRSMG>;-HOUSE,
BOYD & 11EATI1, Proprietors, . .
'THIS HOUSE is situated 26 mil-'sfmm Qursnclmouth.
I1 The proprietors hnvihff 1 ��t- ly fitted up bedrooms
��n I'gomi-B'jds are now prVp'rotl to;?i(Tor 1.every acconv
mo'dation forTMV;;U-vrs; the Tsihlo isfurnisheiLvyUh all
the luxuries that cm he procured; th.e.B ��r is w-ll sup-;
plied with the bestbrn s of. Liquors nn.^S^^r?; c��io: I
Stahlinp, Hny. Oitsan-J BarK-y. 4��^ The CHEAPEST
House on the Road.'.   *'-;* ... ��� "���"
l-s
Colonial Hotel, Soda Creek
-. "McLEESE.:& SENNY, .Proprietors- :.* .'*..
THE PUBLIC ARE INVITED TO CALL AT. THIS
���H'use;   There is Q.-wd M>al-;; Good Beds;:Stabling
for HjWsss ;'. B iVley} 0 its' and H \y.' ; -:.-..   - j.l-s .
iSMLEVOaDEEPXEEEKHu^
T ^..0i?E^F.6R. JTHE:;ACCO.MWPi)^
I Travi.liihjr public; the bedrooms arc spacious and
airy an I thcvBeds c.innot bo surpassed. for cleanliness
art 11 comfort .by nny.in'thc lower country; theT.tblt is
ahva'vs supplied with- the best ot*yjctuals.,:. Stabling
for Horses; Hay, Oats and Barley .'constantly on hniid.
1 y.-For whaUo ever-things; are base, whatsoever things are filthy, whatsoever things are
lewd, Whatsoever things are of evil report,, if
there be any-vice,- if there, be any shame,
these things did they among the people���
.. 13;. And moreover "they, spread the '.plague
among all such as glory in their,shame. . ���
20. And it came to pass in the ninth month
.that certain Jews of the Tribe of Shylock and
others, proselytes tli at tho.y had made, bound
themselves by an oath that they would neither
eat nor drink until they had. killed one Jawbone who lived in their midst;:   .
21. -And th e nn mb e r th at bound themselves
in. this conspiracy were about twenty;
22. And.when Jaw-bone heard this he fled
unto the streets}and certain Christian.men-
butchers by trade���took him in and fed him.
215. And a certain friend of J aw-bone went
unto those who.-had :sought; his life..and said
u n to them, mas tors, ho w m nch is it that I owe
you ? and they, said S500 in silver; and he sa'i d
u ntoVtheih si t do wh and wi4i te ho tbing,: and
many others did likewfie;      V ��"''-.- V
' 2*t. And when they sought these -men. to
bring theih unto the judgment they fled unto
the mountains,; and there remainexl days and
nights without"number;"      ";'  '   v ; :.
' zo. lint unto the friends of Jaw-to one they
paid the uttermost fjar thing.......
���i: ..;'.;; X-' (To he 0jmiuu2d.j;,    '. ���-.. -
OPELMAN and McKENZIE,.Proprietors.
O -This House is well fitted up with Good Bjds and
the B ir is lu'rnished with the best'Liquors'; Moals are
serve'd'at all hour? on tho Restaurant principle;'' Stabling for Horses, Horse Food; &c. ;   V :       ��� ��� ���      l-s
r-1������mniM-nniwi ������Mwm.nn ~i i^ii ��� ' ~ r
Pioneer Hotel---LiU6oet5
riHABLES NELSON, Proprietor. ' TITTs-<7nr
\j established House is well fitted up for the comfort
ol' Trawl! rs-: the Tabic is supplied with the best oi
ev.ry thing thatc.m be had, an t the cooking is not in-
hrior to the best hotel in the lower coxintry; Bedrooms
for Families'; Stabling for Horses, Horse Feed, &c.
Tho Express stops here . =l-s
DENNIS MXTHPHY; Proprietor. .This House
,��is furnished with ev/*ry:convenience for the comfort of Tr.uvlJ.T^; the" Culinary flrpiftment. is unier.
!thesup'.rinten lence of arie.xpia*i""nced cook; the Beds
are el'ian ani comlortabl-i; the B��r contains'tho best
of Liquors, Sugars, &c;   Stabling,1 Hay,' BarUy & Oils;
JAYV&CO., Fort, Str^-t, .Viutorii, 'V:;i. xft'tti.
O G i vM-n and Fi; 11 S-^cds gunrantoed. Have eh h ti��d
a C irrtuHy .sVi-:^ted- ������?,icck-:of=tlie ixhovz���= jn>ra the h^i���
Eurap*��iu'and American M.��rkets.V The .early.oruirsof
tn��:ir.fri3n-.ls in.Brilish Columbii ar��J.Solicited., : par.
Mcuhir att{-nU';n is'.called to their 1 irge'slock of Or^
fl-'svVr arid- Ohi��!n S.;eds of viry: sup rior qulitv*
Fruit Tries and 'Bushes,.Evergroi-ns/ Shrubs, Cr-.H-D.':
house and Garden ;Pl��nts,- Stan i.ar 1 and .Dwurf R��i��j'
of every..variety, ..Catalogues on applicttlon..' fa
R': BRODRICK; Coaj.avd Produce Deau-r.  i--:
... large Stock; of Hnyt Oats; Wheat an l;B iri yoi'tbev
bestdoscripiion ahyj-ys on ban '; also, NunUmo, Eng*
lish,"Bl.icksmUh'iinNi C��nnel Goal, . 'jOr.lerd sent to
Unim Wharf, Victoria; V.-1.,"Will receive imms^iajd'
attention,   ���"    ���'���   ' ���';:  '������>������  yx-x).-- 'rifa   ���
GENTILE'S Photographic GaUery, Grvm
ment St,t Victor! i, V. ,1., <��ppos'|t >, Hotel de, Fwnc*
Views pi V irlboo ah��l '.Scm.'ry throughout.British Oi!-.
unibin; including vf.Ws of the; rOUte to Big -B-. a J, a'lwayi:
on hand at liberal rates;-.. '. */���;'. ::    r...... A' 1.x A A is ���
HIBBEN & CARSWELL, Importing Book-
; SELLERS' te 'STATIONER^cohatahtly suppli>J and"
receiving trom best sources, Sch6(rl;:Stuh;ior.., uhdMij.
ccdlm.'ous Books, and Stnpl�� and Fancy Static u.ry in.
all its .Brunches', j \ Corner, Yates an-J Luugley -street-,
;\"ictori��, Vancouver I^lanl....... i-3m
m
P. WHEAR, Tai;or& OiTFiTTER, FriS:rect,
Victoria, V. T; (pposlte B^e HivefH6t. 1; wn.'rebr
is pr< p;ired;to supply. (An numcriUs pitr.ns".wtth'-��v��y.:
requisite for Clotiiing sultabb for every season -.of lbs
yy:,r-,..'   -.', l - ���'-; '-: -���' " . ���;'-.: ".���  i u
BLOOD WILL TELL
PORT DOUGLAS ADVERTISEMENTS.:
MACDONALD'S    HOTEL,    .
HTM. MACDONALD, Proprietor. .Minersand
>V  others (J��slined lor the Bri-lge River Mines will
fin 1 every convvnivnej ani accommodation a (lor Jed
them.   Gjod Bjds an .1 a Table well supplied with all
the dclic.cii'3of the season. l-s
BLUE   TENT   RANCH.    =
Y\TM.r HENDERSON begs to inform his friends
~V?"-antr thc^ tht\^Hiug-paWic-geneFa41y-tha^-lio-has;
taken the above R mch and is prepared to supply them
with First Class Accommodation. Good Stabling for
horses; Hay and Grain; ..:. l-s .
Ill MILE HOUSE.
WM.MANSON, ��� D. A. McLEAN,
.  .       Proprietor, .��� Agent;
rrHIS HOTEL IS LARGE a\KD WF.LL FITTED UP
i for the comfort of trn\d rs; the Table is snppliod
with the best.of rverythiug that enn be procur', and
the cooking is not inferior to any on the road; Bedrooms
for. families; Stabliug,. H iy, B \r\ y an 1 Oats...   l-s
rpHOJvIAS WILSON 6c COX Impi.rtors.of tti
���A -lisli Merchant:i2t*,". whoKdnl't ���(ind.=.-rutMil :dtal>H in'
Buy G)j;ds, &cm Yates Sir jet, Victor! y, V. I,'   Oo ac-1
after in .Juno'n ^xt in GiA'cranicnl Street 'opposite t!w
B:��hk of British ColumliU'" -  : Is
HOTEL DE FRANCE, Victoria, V. I;,.Joiw
Biune and Pierre Manciet, Fn pri iters. - The Restaurant is supplied with all the delic^cii.'fi themaricei
atTords. In the B>r will be found the choicest Liqcom.
FurnistTeu Room?,, kd.'-x���"V > ���     ��� .���:���~   H:s"
Goods forwarded to the Mining Districts.
Victoria,
BRANDIEi
���gari,
U
f\ BACIG-ALUPE; Mbrchant and Pai^kkr, be
VT�� tween Daugl ��s an I Lillooet. Always on han,11
good stock of Provisions, &c.V l-2m-
29 MILE HOUSE-BOUGLASPOSTAGE
G. L SMITH: & CO., Propri 3tors. V;: Tnis House is
���: well fitioJ up for the accom���.tiodaiion of Travel:
lers\to the Bri Ige River Slinef*. ' G:wl B ids, St-;blin^
for Horses, H ;r-*a Feed, &c. A Stage runs twic; a week
between this lious3 an I Port Douglas on the arrival oi
the steam'T.s Irjm bclov/ and connects with the Like
Bunts for Lillooet. - t '  l-s
83 MILE HOUSE,
1 LBERT CRY.-LER has opened tiie above Hmso for
:k tho r wption m Trav:il.rs; the Table is well kept
ani the Liquors -cannot -be eurpt^sod ; the "B.-jds are
cl.:an and comfortable. Stabling for Horses, Hay and
oas.- ���       ��� .i-s��--
FRANKELV-Victori'a^ V. I., DjuI rinFt'RS,
a.a.. Ski.vs; HinEP,.Woor., kc.:; Liberal advancenrvi*
on Furs consigned. R dtr^nce���G. Sutro & Go.; Sp��-
burg & Ruefl", Victoria,' V. I. ��� l-s
"\TRS. HEIN,'��� Milliver tz Dress Maker; Govern-
111 m<-nt Street, Vicn��ria, V. I.   All kin::sof Jhllin ry
of the latest style k'pt constantly on han 1.
from the country punciu ?lly att;;n;ied to.'
Orlcrs
pdvrder thrdwiiuport somegreea wood-'wou.W
t'ac ilitafe; i ts'. biirmng, dire c ted a '��� small a tr earn
from the keg. upon the 3m o king pile j not pbs-^
sessing a haM sufficiently quick;t6 cut this off'
. at a desirable inoiiieht, was d}gwii irito a. mil-'
Iioii pieces."; .The coroner reasoned' out this
verdictA ult cm-i he called suicide, because
he didn't mean to kill him3elf;.it wasn't 'visitation of God;' because he wan't struck by lightning; he didn't die for want bfVbreath, for he
hadn't anything left-to breathe with. -It's plain
he didn't know what he was about; so I shall
bring in 'Died for want of common sense.!'}}
[,70��- Several thousand hien are employed
in the Ckampde Mars, Paris, in preparing that
6pot for the erection of the immense building
necessary;for the Universal Exhibition of 1867.
Tbe works are periodically visited by thou%<
fends af *he Parisians.       " \
NEW WESTMINSTER ADVERTISEMENTS
HICK'S   HOTEL,
f YTTON SQUARE, New Westminster,B ,C.
Jj now occupied by . W. E. STEIN, The above favorably known house is haw op n ta the public; the:B��r
A gehi.ns;out::West, conceiving that;a little jS cunatanUy supplied with the choicest brands -ot
Liquors an 1' Segars.
f
JAMES HURON;, Proprietor.,, TliU empmo;:i-
ous Hotel is well llttnd up with' i'.vory conv"nierico
for the comfort of tlui piiblic;:.t!ie:B:j;ls: ��r^ all that: a
weary travel I :ir cull nesir ���; the.Table is supplied with;
the bestof far.;; the Bir contains. the.choiceHt br��h!s
of Liquars ani Segars; good Stabling, Horse Feed, Oats,
B.irhy, &c " '  ���' ��� Ks ' -
The "British. Colnnibian''
..'���:-. Published every Wednesday ani y*tur lay, at the
: publishfrix ohaca, New: Westminster.
THE BRITISH 'COLUMBIAN is the ol lest, newspaper
published in tnis eolany/an I has a larger circulation therein than any-uthi'r. ItscidumnsarereguUrly
suppli id with full telegraphic news j rum all pans.ot.
the worl 1, whil ,i it cm tains a laithful; recjra of local
ownts, ani a lull r p:.rt of L'igisl Uive prucoedings. '
Tiie uBritishC dumbi in"- is supplied to all jiarta of
this colony by Bxprsss upon <'XLremeIy: liberal conditions..  For terms, ice, see Express Agents.
bobson k McMillan,   .
Publishers & iropriutors.
LEWIS LEWIS, Clothier, Yates Street, Victoria,
opposite the Bank oi British North Araerici.     l-s
1"5 J4ALLANDAINE,COLLBCTOR &GENERALAGENT
jm <iovoyaia&ot $tra��t, Victoria., Vajtcourcr Island.
//
T ORENZO LEARTO, Proprietor. This houie
I j adbrls every accidnino<latii>n for the'comfort of
TravelK-rs; the Tabl;j is furnished with all tho delic icies
of tlie season, an I the Bar is stocked with the choicest
of Win >s. Bran j ,;s & Sugars; good stabling for horses;
liny, Barley and Oats constantly on baud at low nles.
NjwIv tnilbd FLmr tor sV.Ij che.ij). ' --' l-s
PETER McQUADE,; Ship Chandler and
deal.r in P.dnts,.Oils, and Window GLiss. Alway
tin lian'l����� l.irge stock of Rope'and C-iuvuss. Wlwi?
Sireet, Vicu-ria,::V. I.' mA0  "'    :.-- --l-Sia.'
>PAI 'SOONG-i���'& OO., CommisKi.m=M-;rclian.Us ltD-   S
1  p- rters and B ..,[ ts in Chinese Cooiie,'".Wz%\ ��ri
Opiutn^ Nut Oil, PrWisions, &c.', Cornjcrant Street, Vic-
tori.i-Vj.-i.:;:���; o x xx:: -'.;;-'���.-  XrXA ��� X];:-'jl4te;
in A
Tlie Bonaparte House,
CEMLEN & PARKE, Proprietors, -M the
U Juncilim of the C.iriboO and' Big B n 1; Roads, is
now op in lor the acciiminodation of the public. Dis-
tance iroin Clinton, 25 mihs; Irani SavanaB SU'ambo&t
Lin ing, 22 'milis; irom Spiinc.j's.Bri ;go, # mil.'s.
Travellers will tin t pricjs an t accommodations to suit
thu times.;, Giyo them a cdl.;; Stabling, Hay & Gnin;,
attentive hostler.-. Stage leaves here twico a week for
Big B.'nd and rolrj, ahi once a Week for Cariboo -   l-s.
WO ON & OO.vImportvr8;nn'i:Deahrs:;iD 8U
kin.Is of C;��in>3o Goo ;S aiid.Provisions, Rlc:^, Su*
jrsir, Ta^&c., Cormorant Street; west"orGfcvcrnmflWi
victori >,; v. i.. ; . chin, K:vy;; M^'n^r.
I? WATSON, Watchmaker, Jeweler j&
Xj�� and Engraver, Yates street, above Gov- Pffl
ernment street,.Victoria, V. J, "       ' 1*8    lSi��
lX7iLSON-' & MURRAY, .Gh;ckbs,1
r ?   Wine & f plrlt'U rchants, Bakers & Conf
Fort Street, Victoria, V; I.
PnoViBitfi
'cctioa- f*i
l-s
Q PORBORQ &- RXJEFF, Gommissibn ��J
O CHANTS, -Whohsalo Beaters in flBOCBRms, �����m
sia.NS, li ma & Sk-es, Wharf stract, yictorii, V.;!'
U I
MESSRS. CORNWALL'S.'
fi RELLEY & FlTERREr Iniporters & Whel* J
\J s iU D.JU 1 ;rs iu Wines, Spirits and Liq�������
Victori i^ v. i,._/-. ��� ;������.., -XX0:- ��� X ' r 0x ���
:CPROAT & CO.,.(liW^i^.ife) ^K
.O and OjMMJSsiox MkboHANTS, Store Street, vif""/.
;V.-I.-,--. .-   ,; *���:���.-.;. ��� ;..*; :A-A' :, ;>;.,.������ '���������y^xj~*
fik- SUTRO ^ C6.}Uvi:kti^i^DiD^^^
IJ* ; CIGARS, TOBaU:CO, Meersluium ripL>s,.fi.cr��.
corn'r of .Vatcs ana ..Wharf -Street, Victoria;:
n^r'^f
;;T   B. HAaG-IN,PnYSiOrAN&.Sr^^?.Vj;^Vi.
O . ner of Tales iiivi Govorhmt-ht Sts., Victor^^
living, of Liquors, and of Win��s     Fresh Butter; Milk
and V*g*tabiv��*.   ^ood Stabling and aheap faod.     1^5
PIERCJE & SifiYK6t^-^^^l*W^'
i   FuRFiTOitg,' Broad. Street, Vlctdria,^ ^���X00^
jflAIRE & G-RANCINI, Hardware'^9**%
\J Merchants, Wharf Street, Vicj,pna, >.^ >
iTS,
H~"ENDERSON and BURNABYi
Wiu*Tf Bfreet, Victoria; V. I
tfgJiClIA"15,

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