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 ft  ���������''H'f  ill  fit  In*  ri.vey-  an,  ififten-  ttges  twill  de of  dnes-  eturti  wilh  ���������eight  jsioha  ;o.  sTING  y will  Val"..l:4'.-...  Barkerville, WiUiam Creek, BiC, Saturday, November 23, 1872.  O.      4:  Published every; &atu*qlay by, .  ';'-;:  RO B Bvtt T i AM 0 L LO W A YV  Subscription, - '-;-"'60 Cents per Week.:  RATES OF ADVERTISING,  For one square (one inch), fl rst Insert ion,  11 '*   . onemontfa, - -���������  For two ������c;n area, firs tins erti on,     -   -  ���������  *���������"���������*';    ���������* ��������� -  one month, ���������  ...-.,.  5:  Agents for the4i Cariboo Sentinel.'1  Yan WinVl^ -       ���������  Quesnelm<mth,  8o.l.a Creek,  f lin ton,    *  Yale,    '���������-      -'������������������     ���������  Now West-minuter,  Victoria,   -  , I.. P.. Fishery. ���������.-.  B":m&Co.,  <0. 'FtrMt,  ;.' ������������������:, ��������� ���������      AD. "Mclnnes,.  ��������� ���������   ���������: Bnm ard1 s E xpr&ss  ���������-������������������������������������*   ��������� Barnardtr "Express  .   ..     Barnard's.Express  '7   y do   ��������� -'  i\oyy  X .   .-���������' - -John Murray '  -.'.*'���������      Mr Webster*  - .    Stn Francisco  -      -      Sn ri Fran cfsco  80 Cornhili, London, ������)&'  1%HK CARIBOO SENTINEL.  Card*. Circulars. Posters' and Programmes for  Bulls and Theatrical Entertainments    ;  08*Executed with nefttneppnmldispatch^^i  Tp rm * mo derate. A  .twrmr*****  tmMMMB  VS9K  W WON mnmi] WB^sW/NOV^^(l;.T  ..'..���������,tL ��������� .: ~,."������������������  anx  i ;���������, -:'-':V ^i,-:,"yale,/1x71-7 .:.'.  . Xpte, Nov. 20���������Man it est; of steamer On-  wurd.Nov. 17: ^pkgs/AK; 22, dia B!;  3.4, Dunbar; 17, J ON ; 162, MW; 158 dia  '.<>-.; 1:7 i, 0 W ; 7, dia F ; 4,JB��������� 30; A dia B;  3, A SB ; 3; MA N;--*S8;R-FD; 17, J; fc'Bl;  I, ^ B; 4, 0 torn;-1. B ; 1, H B Co.; 16. B &  <i ;, 11, ������uU|e>,S,BX; 11. Douglas; 1,Clapper ton; 2. vying Woo; 3, dia O4 1, Moor-  lioria.?.' \h3Xfing\ey ;���������; li, Pope.  The Giffvaf d,utter great difficrilty,'wa** able  Jto reach Yale or Monday in or Bin g. As tbf  water; in tlie river bus risen a toot.: 6r more  ���������since than, she will probably have no difficulty ia reaching Yale to-morrow. It ia now  warm aud rainy.  VICTORIA. :y yi yx'~]  Victoria, Nov. 16���������Walter Milea, an old  Pione&r'of this Pro vkce- died a few days ago  at Victoria, leaving his children quite destl������  late.   '. y r ."';-, ..-:..  Mayor McMillan and the new City Councillors were sworn In on Monday last  The Local Government has ordered another  Essay on British'Columbia to be prepared in  England by Mr Sproat, Agent General tor the  Province.  The Surveyor Generalship has bra ten-  ���������dtreu to Joseph Hunter, M.P.P.  A banquet tendered to ex-Mayor fcewis  aod accepted by him, cam* off last night at  the Pacific Telegraph Hotel.  A wrli is to be issued at one*, for'th* election of a representative for Lillooet to fill-the  vacancy created by the death of the lata A.  T. Jamieson,  Matsqui, Nov. JO���������During, tho paet five  weeto* the weather iu this vicinity baa been  very severe, commencing with very heavy  raina, which lasted four days, causing a most  ���������unusual overflow throughout the entire country, carrying away bridges and doing great  damage to the farmers. . Several head of  cattle were drowned near ChUliwack, The  rain storm was followed by a heavy gale of  wind from Ihe north which tasted six days,  Ay 70    -/^'IJNITED^STAT^;-- 7'0yr \!  San Francisco. Nov. 12���������An old man named  John Purceltwaa attacked Ajjy two 'highway���������  men at 'PrptbFaro'M.uV^Uight.' .He resisted,  whan they knocked bim down, leaving him  senseless on the ground. The scoundrels  poly Joti$3'for'tijeiri j)ains:  Salt Lake, Nov.. L2���������The horae disease has  madedtB appearance in Uiiscit^ ip-day.^  1 A new'diamond excitement * exists..Jit. is  believed to be the result ol a scheme to sell  diaaipDd,stock. :���������... ���������.,;,���������/.-,; : -yyAx-'..' ���������    *. \  xA  TERRIBLE CbNEXA&RATIok   i; /  Boston, Nov; 9���������&30 p.m.~Aterrible con-  'flagratloiv is^n0w- raginji at <He c'orner of Sri;m-  her and Kingston Streets, and north and south  of Sum ner. T he en gioes a re h auled b y hand.  Chicago^ No^.: 1 Oj^^h A- Co H ������ W^P fi* 4 i ap atbb  has .IwenTeseft^^  Sltager, Geaerali Superiotendent. of the W. U.  Telegraph Co.:  *������������������ -N<sfc York, Novls lO^At 2 o'cloclr the'fire  wa^Mnsjdered:under control  property are' very heavy. < T have ho\4ata  upon r- which to->?baS0vfaii /opwlon as "to the  iamouot ni]hay������ aeen several 'estirhatea-of  $25O;0ti0,Qtio. .Few people have beteireri-  dered housaless^sdrn^fyar%d: ;witli: \h* Chicago  fire, and although large'numbers have lost all  I thi nk no ne will be without shelter or food  for many hours/'   ��������� ,.. w\,_,  Boston, Nov. 11-^Tho, folio wing ar* the  general bouadafies of tlie fire/and the whole  length burned i^Suniuer street, across Federal, aiid yearly down to- Prake^and Whar^  and thence in a nearly^diroct'-iine to Fort  Hi 11;y along Hamilton and Battery Marck  to Kibbey street; as far as Gentral street, and  from M i 11 to Sumner A Taking W^aihingto b  street within these boundaries is a������ area of  riearljr 70 acres, in which;^������very ,buil ding is  consumed.' Theiiumbor������>f firms and b'usiuess  houses burnt is 80, the number of dwellings  arid- lodging houses 60.   '"',  v'"- '  Boston, No vi ii-^Estlriiates '.is.'^^ sccurate as  con id ibe made from the best informed aourcei  iirider exiBtiag^ circumstahceSjas to ihe. extept  of'the iflre and losses, place Uie��������� burpt' 'district  at 60 acres, and tho total losses, including  buildings and merchandize,:at not to exceed  $ 100,006,066J ::Ahoiliur. oorrespoadent says  ibe best judges place the loss *t������ $80,000,000  i ^ANOTHER DISASTROUS FIRKF    !  London; G;v������Vr, Nov. 10���������A fire broke oiit  last night in the City Flour Mills., The entire  MiUs are destroyed, and* the fire is Still tagingi  T be' losses are ve ry h eavy, b u t at: this hour  no idea ������an be formed of the amountji   London, Nov. 11���������The conflagration ori  SaKirday was extirigiiisbed, bill riot until the  Mills were entirely destroyed. The loss will  exceed $660 000. One fireman killed and  several Injured. This'fire is..the. most exten-  si ve arid' disastrous that London has suffered  since 1011.  the Caspian Sea tb the Chinese frontier, a?  well as open a new janfr safe route to Centra)  Asia. Russia is evidently in earneKt, .and  should IMr armies reach Keahwa of Khante-  as is undoublediy decided upon, it would  either be incorporated or reduced to an absolute dependency. The troops:of the'.-Cxar-  hiivw a difncult task before tbem, but the Cos  sacks, who will doubtless form the main por-  tion of the army, are accustomed to such  campaiguiog. ;  -y;    ....  JI1SOKLLANEOUS.  r*  Van,Volkenbnrgli '&.;Co.  affords.'  Ie well Stocked with Spirits, Alei, WiaesaadClg:  Aro comfortably*' fufnisliod,-and i'larga ������diiUlo������ to  the number of rooms is now heiog maU������,  '.. ;���������- IXy.iX *������'T0ii y%- 7'iy ��������� ���������'.'��������� i" u- -v -^   4- ������-0 "  Are the best in the Upper Country, and will  always be well supplied with Hay and Grain.  '   -,   A-7^x7 7 A AAA  DELAYED DISPATCHES.  Quebec, Nov. 9���������The ship Cargo, bencei on  the 24th September, with lumber, was abandoned at sea. The captain and two rnen  were drowned.  Toronto, Nov, 4���������The Halifax eteamer  Hope was burned to the water's edge while  lying at the wharf.,v  New York, Oct. 30��������� A World's London  correspondent says that Earl Russell, who is  now upwards of 80 years of age, has addressed him a letter in connection with a  scheme which he proposes introducing at the  next sessi 0 n 0 f Pa r I i amen t for" both e rii le in  Ireland, and in which he. says he .wishes to  promote Irish iraj r >vement aal bring about  Irish prosperity, but he fears that if an Irish  Parliament is set up in Ireland her energies  will be wasted in contention.  New York Oct. 31���������A New York special  says the cable dispatches relating that the  Russian forces are preparing to march upon  Khiva are confirmed by foreign files received  this morning by the Java. The Cear has long  complained that the rebellion of bis subjects  residing between the Ural and Caspian seas  has been supported by Khiva, also that he  doing great damage to the telegraph line and) has proof that the Khan has endeavored to  I HAVE .hoon requested, by several respcctahle parties, whocah testily to tbo efficacy of myaystem,  to aguiu mako public the tact that  Moses 'Hair Invigorator  WIIX PREVENT BAl.DNTKSS,  RESTORE HAIR THAT B BECOMING THIN  .OR FALLING OFF, ami cBo'ciiially  OUKB SCURF OR DANDRUFF.  ������  Yhlsis not a meTe assertion en my part, as I havt  iii mypussessinu numerous testunonials certifying to  the success ol' my rem inly.   .  I do not of course pretend that I can make the hah*  t?row on heads which have been bald for yearn ; but  I will guarantee to stop the hair from falling off, to  increase its growth, andeflectuullyremove Scurf or  Dandruff. .  W\ D. MOSES,  07A..     I Barkerville^B.C.  CKUTrFICATE.  Thiflis. to certify that diuin������ aant spring thy hat  wasRipitUv falling out -ami mv head., wat lustbr>c������m  Ing oald, wlien 1 applied to Mr W. D MOSES, Bnrber  Barkerville, who In a few weolca restored my halrj  Its 'former'healthy state DAVID GIBBONS',  Bark������rvilld Doc, 2ft, 1866* .   '#���������* -f  WILL NO-W3 fiELL 7AT' VANWINKLK  BEEF AT A SMAIjL PROFIT, and will oo������.  tinuoto do go aB long aa th������ public ������xtdod th������tr  patronag*. %:'  ���������    J. W. LINDHAED.  t������.' REM EM BER THE STORE 1������&  Upper^end of Barkeryillo,  ^^ ,au3l  LIGHTNING   GREEK,  blocking the trails with fallen timber- Until  within the last few days it has been utterly  impossible to repair the line. E7ery means  &mv������ been taken to hasten repairs, and we  foope soon to have communication restored.  induce the ruler of Bokhara to renounce his  allegiance to Russfa. There is another reason:  For years the Russian Government has hankered after his territory, for it will give eon-  liiiuous way over'all the land and water from  AS JUST OPENED THIS SALOON at  the old nod ravortt������ sfctnd of Lhc Miner.*' Store,  formerly kept hy Air P. Mancttn, where all comers  will be welcomed.  The "best of Wiites, Liquors  land Cigars  A T    THE   BA R.  BnrbervUle, October 21, 1872.  oc'JOlra  JOHN EVANS,  SJJTRVEY.  SURVEYS AND FLANS EXECUTED  On reasonable terms.  ^iOrdera lefta^Mr Kelly's^BarkervHI^]  will he attended to. " " i������y^5 tX  jK^T- After the 1st of July, Gooly will ba  dellveied accoiding to order on ail out������k!������  Creeks.  J. W. L1ND1IAUD.  Van Winkle. June b, 1672.     ^^  "'^'^^wwnwmHWTOS^^ immmBtaKaatSBKBteetm  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY. NOV. 23. 1872.  MINING  REViSW.  It 'has been our invariable custom at the  {dote-of tfce/mioiag season to comment upon  the labors of the past, and speculate upon our  ���������chances In tbe future | and if in "the present  instance we cannot point to any increase in  the yield of the mines of this district as a  proof of our material prosperity and an inducement for future prospecting, it is not because the mineral wealth of Cariboo is by  any means exhausted, but arises from tbe fact  that the shallow and more easily worked  piacers are ioacery great extent worked out._  we have now   to turn our attention to a  some wi at different different and certainly  more expensive hind ot mining.-���������seeking for  '���������^uviferoasdeposits in the deep channels and  ���������beds of streams where the surface indications  are of a nature to lead the prospector to believe that Mb efforts will meet with an adequate reward���������which necessarily involves a  much larger outlay of money and a far  greater exercise of enerpy, patience and per:  severance than we bave been previously been  accustomed to. -And we think we have good  foundation for. the opinion thai in most cases  where this kind of mining has been carried  ypn io a bu9tness4ike*"manner, that the- result  will eventually quite equal the expectations  of those engaged in it. As an evidence that  we are really In a transition state, when our  new ventures have not yet realized our hopes,  we may with some pride point to the really  great prospecting: operations '[hat are going  oo throughout the district On Antler, Cun-  Hihgham, Harvey, sml. Lowhee' Creeks the  work being done with every pro6peot of success is of a character to command the greatest admiration.for -the;slLili "and :etiefgy dis;  played'by onr barfly miner*. On LIghfnlngj,  the great hope of such a large proportion of  our minitsg population, we have some half?  , dozen phims proepec I ing on a pcale that four  yeara since, had any one been sufficiently in  advance of his time to have proposed, be  wonld^ave.been laughed at for his pains;  and yet in those claims the prospecting is  afcout being brought' .to a- successful issue,  ��������� and many others now about starting, with tbe  dearly ��������� bought experience of tbe others to  jrnide them, may reasonably expect that  they will attain the same result at much less  cost. On the Williams Creek Meadows, .the  .Lane 1& Kurtz Company have so far obtained  very good prospects, sufficient to justify the  f u r f her expe ndi tiire of 1 arge su ma pf mo hey  Sn the erection of costly machinery and pro-:  vlding large ipumps. so that with capital at  their command and the ^ici)} to^tijde> it the^  will witfip������t^eubti'sb6ftly: bring-their |;reat  work to a successful issue.    .  Apropos oftf j is work, we thiiife some alter:  .at I on in the Mining Law enabling companies'  of miners to locate a larger amou nt.of ground  than they can legitimately do under existing  wrrangemenis, when their works are of suchi  an extensive nature, would be received by  tbem with great satisfaction as offering an  exlra inducement to undertake eueh great  prospecting operations. It is nor our purpose, however, to more than pefer t������ this sub  ject at present, as we intend on a future occasion to. discuss the matter more'tally,  If then in the past we have had many more  favorable seasons than the one just brought  to.a close, so far. as immediate results are  concerned, we think future developments  will beaff/usflutin the assertion that we are  on tli* eve <\? a roally Biuch mere prosperous  time. The discovery or rich deposits ou liar-]  vey, the big strike of tbe Point on Lightning-  ihe success vjf'Uie katie^ Knrtz;; and the renewed activity which the success of aucb enterprise* will give, togetbei with the increased  <.'������nfldence in our mineral -resources which  w i 1! n h M i r a 11 y ar i he from ana ngnve n I ot! vi e I d  yd' gold, make us of opinion that there ia  Really a prosperous future in stupe lor ihe  snining interests of Cariboo.  'As Accidknt occurred in the Bawden claim  yesterday evening. A bucket fell down the  shaft, striking James Cohen and breaking his  arm.   He was removed to the hospital.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  A.     PENDOLA,  BARKERVILLE,  .   * ������������������'    DEALBR IN%  '    ���������  Groceries, Provisions and  Liquors.  The best Java Coffee  ROASTED DAILY AT THE STORE.  ���������-I)EP O T     F O ft  PIONEER MILLS EXTRA FLOUR  ^afc LILLOOET  ONIONS and BEANS  on band. :... no23  Sheriif?s Sale;  In the Mining ' Coiirt.  ALERT COMPANY (by Robert Holtoway),  Plaintiff; and ELIZA QEUf< Defendant,���������  ;; By virtue of a Writ of Fi Fa from the above  Court, to mo directed and delivered, I shall  sell by Public Auction, at.Barkerville Auc-  tio'a Rooms, Barkerville,on  SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 1872, at 12 o'clock,  ....- .       .Noon, -'-' -��������� '���������  The right, title fcnd interest of Eliza Ord. io  the Alert Company, Williaras Creek, or as  much thereof as shall satisfy said Writ and  costs. '������������������*;������������������" A  G. BYRNFS.  .   ,vi ���������". Deputy Sherift."  sWllTs Office, Barkerville,)  f   Nov. 18. 1872.   ;:-     )���������[[-:'"  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  Auction Sale  GOOD   CHANCE 'TOR  INVESTMENT!  Wednesday,   Nov.   27th,  GEO. BYRNES  Ha������ received Instructions froaa  MR   SANDERSON   PEARCY  To sell by Auction, at Barkerville,  All his Interests in that well-known Mining  ���������   y.0   Claim, .  THE FOREST ROSE,  In Lots, of One-Fifteenth, or 100 feet. Terms  of Sale���������One-aalf Cash.-balance by? Promissory Note bearing Interest at the rate of Two  per cent. per.month, and due on the 1st June,  1873; also, Mortgage on the Interests purchased..-  ���������     ���������'���������   07  -.'������������������'        '       .������   ^  ������������������ ��������� .-������������������.  .'.���������-���������  DR. CHIPPY  ENGLISH DRUGS,  PATENT MEDICINES,  PROPRIETARY  ARTICLES,  Chevalier's Life for the Hair  COUGH LOZENGES, Ac. &e.  iffizr* Teeth carefully^ Extracted and Filled.  p&~ Prescriptions and Family Reoipes ao-  CHrately prepared. [.-yyy  v Barkerville, Nov. 20,1872.-      ��������� <no23  j  THOMAS FLETOHJSR wishes to Inform the;  X    peopleof Cariboo that he Is prepared to  CAST   ALL   KINDS   OF  BRASS  WORK     '  At the shortest notice.  $������&* BOXES kept on hand or cast to order  The Store is also supplied with a general aworhncut  of <joorJs, which ho intends to sell at a small profit.  7���������ALSO,-  Immediately after the^abore Sale, a quantity  rblf first Tate7' '���������"  FURNITURE,  Consisting of  Three well-Gniehed Dresser*. Tables. Chairs,  Washbtand and Set. Wood Boxes, Sofa.  Gold Scales'and Weights. .Bedstead. Clock,  Table Covers, Rocking Cbair, Ac.; &Q.  Crockery and Glassware. Tinware, Cutlery  (white handle). Plated Fork* and Cruet,  Lamps, Table Cloths, Napkins. Flat Irons.:  BEDDIN  CT,  Fletcher's Heating Apparatus with Hot Air *.  Saves the expense of Stoves, FaeL and labor.  and lessens the d linger of Are.   It \n a? well adapted  forShtd't-housesas ordinary buildings, hi cheap, anp  is warm fitful to give entire gatis faction.  Latrt t'hance, Lightning Creek, \  November 2,-1872. j amS  SURVEYS AND FLANS EXECUTED  Go reasonable terms.  I^.Qrdera *l������f* *{, Mr Kelly'*. BurfcorvHl*  vill his afe&ss^od to.  Mattresses, Blankets. Sheellnp:. Pillow  Cases, Feather Pillows, Bed, Covers, large  lin iss ell-a Rugs.  A splendid Cast Iron COOKING STOVE  and Piping; Sheet .Irou Stoves, Legs aud  Piping.  ''*/00/Y'r Terms; at'Sale. Gash. j"/i [/.'..  "^^ Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, sbarp.  . ;:;" :., ;.. :;.:*;  dq2s   ;*������������������������������������ ������������������������������������>.���������  -a- -ix  '���������:-..:': isoriGE :;.;,k;;.:;;::i  fl HEREBY GIVEN THAT A^.APPUCATIOK WILL  be madb at the next Session of the Parliamontof  British. CoJmabfa for an Act to bo called Tbo Williams  Crook F.re Brigade Protection Act, for the purpose of  indemnifyiBg Members of said Fire Company and  Volunteers whom the Officers of said.Company mav  call upon to assist tli em in the extinction of ������ Are, or  In the removal ot &ny erection, edifice, or buildinjr  wliich it may reasonably be deemed expedient to re-  move, due riigard being had -tn the safety of the adjacent properly: Provided jilwiys, that in tho'de-  'struction or removal of property aforesaid tkeimma*  pities herein before given shall .not extend to nnypir-  *on who shall act in euch removal contrary or without  the order of the Captain, Isior ad lieutenant, .of oueh  other OHicpr as vnny bo in command.        '  On behalf of the Williams Crf"������k Fire "Brigade,  'JOSEPH DENNY, Captain.  GEORGE BYRNES,. 1st Lieut.  C. VAirAJUKXKJB, *2d Lie-ut.  Barkerviaie, Nov. 16, 1872.? nt������16 *Sw^  J  J^ORMERfiV OF SCOTLAND, and more recently or  .    CANADA, will hoar of something much to bis  advantage by applying .at^hiK Ollice.  Any person who can send vis any Informalion of  Mr Hofot is earnestly retfiiesfce^l to do po, as thp object  of the present notice is of great importance to him..  Mr Hogg, we believe, has been in Cariboo.  October'23, 1872.    , no9 lm  B. JAMES. WICKHAM HOLDS MY  it a Power of Attorney, and is fully nut horlzed to  Collect oil Debts due to me. AH those feriowlBf  themselvefi to be in my debt, by either Kate or Account, will blouse make immediate p;iymoui. to my  Aernt  P, MANETTA.  BAPkerviH*., 32������ Oo*ob������r, 1W2. (*S61m  MISCELLANEOUS.  acssas:  SB  /THE BANK O^BBITISH NORTH'AMER^  I ICA stt VICTORIA will uuiil further notice pay  on money specially lodged Interest ut thp rute^of ?  ;^-:Fonr;|jer .^nt.;^er''a^mini A/Ax......  on deposits subject to f\(toeri���������; 'bays itotica -^t w������*u  drawal, and;.- '���������"'���������''. :���������:'���������';'���������  "' :: ���������      v'��������� rAyyA-:  ;Fivesper cent, per:anjiunri.::v.;i:v'r;'l.^;.  on Depostit subject to Thirty1 Di/ys notice 6f with,  drawal.,' -���������--mX--'���������', 1:0 .'������������������������������������    ��������� -x~   yy.,-.-'-  . .;���������"��������� 'yy0:AxyyiAy.'-   HENRY A. T.C55f������;;  Manager Victoria Branch.  October 18,1872.-: :y;* .-." oc20 lm  Gr old vO 6 Mi s si 6 n e r' s  ���������**.:'���������"��������� Notice. !  J '���������-':'  K AND AFTER THE FIRST DAY OF  NO VEMBE It n t.-x t al I i)\u ims in tlie Cari boo Dis.  trict may be laid Viver till -tho Twentieth May, 1873,  su bj ect lo th* ;9ih Section of the <QoId Am en d ment  Acv-t872..;. ���������������������������';.-       "yy       ;;*v  *"  " i-'Ax. .,;,;v;^,H..M.'..BAL^.-.-  '.   ' 'Ar!.:.'���������'.. GoldCobimissioner.  ;���������  'Rlchfleid, October;14; 1872;'���������'.:-.;    :���������''���������,-���������      oclj) lm ;  TENDERS ADDRESSED TO THE'POST  I.. Mas ter Genera 1,, Victoria, an j I m ar fc ed '.* T/'iid er  foir; Mail J5ervict������'���������'.-'��������� will 1 i*>. K-cei w������d, n't Victoria u j> to  12b*clock noon on Fill DAY, the -CtlMday ol - jJeeeuv  ber, lor the conveyance of. Hit MmjcsIv's Mails in  British. Columbia Ibeiwt-V n tlie .fidlowing phfdns far  the toriii' bf!FOUR YEARS from; the 1st of April iwxi:  ' Barkerville. and Harvey Oreek.; "yr  ;.  Barkerville and Tale;-; :y.  iy Burr ard Inlet; and New West minster .;;"������������������;���������'���������  Uaclie Creek and Okanagan; and '.  Okdnngani and Okanasr������n Mission j    ���������  , Clinton and Doff tJreek; ���������.; -  ^iCIihfon -���������'H'hd-LiMooet; ":Aa  i Esquimau and Victoria; Ayy-^yxxy-xy-  Hope and Kootenajt; ��������� A'   .  ���������Lytion and Nicola' l^nke;-- s v    -  Metchosen and Victoria j,  Omineca and QneBnelle j.  jSaanich iind yiotoria j r.  Sooke and Victoria*; t       ,  E:ich Tender must be accompanied by a Guarantee  sicned by two responsible parlies, undertaking th������t  in the event ol the Tender being accepted the s rvio-j  s ha li: b o per.fi ? rmed . by , th e, -party tend eri ���������!# : for th *������  price d������������m and ed. . '  Particulirs ������n regard���������:to thcService and amount of  security required, together with printed fonnsofTeu-  dor ������ nd G ohm h tee, may be ob till nod a t th 6 0 (Tl C; w- at  the. Termini of each, route, or at the: Post Oincesat  Victori i and Now Westminster.  "������������������.:���������������������������'.��������� ::.;' ���������'���������'.'    JOHN DEWB, '.I.  ��������� ' Chler P. O. *Inspi-ctor., c  Victoria. B.C;, 1st September,' 1872. * ���������  '���������  ������e28 t1'  yiA IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN  QENERAU   MERCHANDIZE  Having purchased the House and Stock of  Messrs Oppenheimer  Together witk  FIREPROOF  WAREHOUSE,  JS&~ Censignsients frota below ao  BARKERVILLE,   B.C.,  has received:* fine lot of  Also, a good assortment of  GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,  LIQUORS, CIGARS,  RUBBER & HEMP PACKING,  LARD OIL. &c., f>rJM^ tilery  October 5, 1872. 3VyS  SE,  SATURDAY, NOV. 23,1872.  ���������:.������������������:--.������������������"��������� mara.   -���������-.,���������  At Barkerville, on  tbe 21st flotaraber,  1872, the wife of Mc Fred. Rose, of a eon.  !  THE CillBODSEMTlKEE ftP?PS^^������P^9',^^  ' them in tbe way they sfeould go by Act ������f  Parttaesit, :i' ,    tft\ 'Ai -A] '������������������' ��������� * j  It is worth onr Whilevtoifthqiilre into th<v  effects "of-''the Ballot In J^ese countries with  InstitutionsItiMefbiui foo������rown. -frvEng;  land/wbere-it has lately been p#t- upon trial;  we very "winch"doubt, whether It ts heartily  app toyed off even by those^.wh o. have been  mb^%i%-^inteiU'ihoarpi^-i)^ it into effect;  and Its result would appear to be,; judging:  from' the only two elections held hinder its  proviswiHrft^feat; it does:, check riot and disorder; but: ���������aj-tha/stimd. timeprometes a feeling: of apathy ffl!vto the result of an election-���������.  a thing n^tfaf all to be desired in this country . where, hay (ng bii t recen t Iy co me into the  possess^ of'..iO \jtim privileges arising from  ilw^isTcfse^bf lh^^  should be more than ordinarily ������arefii?j and  tak������������ genuine inT-erest In attending to ifee  duties attached fee those privileges.  . In tlie United .States the ballot certainly  has not prevented fraud and corruption in  their worst'iA������p^ and elections in the *'���������. old  country^- under the-. ey-atem of open vofinsr  ��������� y 0 MARRIED 00  At St. John's Chnrctu Victoria. Oct 31st.  Ififti, by th^Uev.i*. Jeans, Waiter, youngest  *on of the late Rev. Joseph Pb'wel t. Norman-  ioa?oii.S6ar. Notts, to Aiih Bayley Benny,  ���������eldest daughter W William Bcfeny, Esq., of  Vka-otl*, V,t.     .;  . Baltimore, Nov. S���������At an election kid to-  \  <lay lu Ihe Sixth Ward to WI a vacancy, in the  ' J8!&--Vwnf^  ;������������.'^*fawa--'ora^ ground  tie Corner of %^et&������i{& CroBilwayiBtreetfl.  A party .of ������fu, mb^y ������olc^   left thle  crowd and proceeded about midway to Broadway^ when tiiftK turned and,deliberately fired  A   nptfn ths fevbwd hi front iif the spoiling'pl*0*'  0.  killing -Isa&s.BeHt, aged* 18, and  wortally  wounding John Conway. . Another boy re  v ������������ived a flesh wound.    Immediately  after.  Irrinj? they broke^nd,ran,' wberi-ihoie fired  - i o to returhed th" -shots;'5 Sorna \$ 0r 2fl sh ots  were fired In n minute. P*aviciwsitt the Airing.  -which was wholly unexpected/Up,disturbance  occurred.- 00y0iyA0 r\}'X."] 07*  'jhrfi^ % i.7. Nov. ,7.���������Two .-Italians ypame  hWe' tbli tnor iiirig frft-nV fte w Tcft /and i^oinB;  .Intothe store of G.faviotd oneclaim&J Ms  housekeeper as- > his truant- wile, and Rafter  wimps words--��������� Im *Mabb<ul her - dead and in-  Staled probably ajnor.tal wound,- upon Pati-  ;������tiiV; The tarrflPTeV was aiTested* There waB  Atinrich * ifofte tireia t evtfrlfate&tfi of lynch i ng.  y   New York. Nov. 8���������The trial *r<p ������f the  MINING INTELMGENCS.  Our mrarag items, owinjr to the iate -cold  snap, are of a "meagre ^eacrip^n,.,  y'���������'��������� -Ti ���������; ���������'/ X'^n^^ppii^jy iiy"7/    ;'���������'.'  Ttie McTherson co. are preparing for *������������������ ������is-  dorgrduiid work this wioterv  T%p ^xten^ion of .the -shafMiOHse and,the:  boli# room be]rife bull t by this Com^sany are  approach i ng ������o ni pie ti on,; and a; nu inb er of  men are eii^aKed in the forest cuitiup wood.  whicbis being k'aule^l t*o tire Mill by *heCompany's teai������H. The large boil er, pum ps, and  otherimachinery shipped for this Coinpany  have^een ,diiH^arged at the tW-ratln-,post,  ���������wJKJre they :will.reihain Anhiil there ��������� is good  sWighrag, wbtm tlWy will fee pressed forward  wit-hall possible dispat-ch.  :   l.IGBTNtNX} OKKKK.  rT*������, Sp^iiwi^po .are flu*min*g th alowery: ipd  of the ��������� canyon* andv trfso the tail-race from  their upper ������haH The Vict(������na eo have tlu������ir  pump in p altior, a^.yet on the lifiig stroke  only, and commenced pumpiing yesterdny^^  The Vancouver co, will lower their pump aud  commence work next week. The Clarke co.  has-stopped;on account of thefc elevator belt  n oi w orlri ng s fiXisTactorl ly. TheEleven of  England co. are altering tfreir present machinery in order to woTktlveir-new 10-iucb  REGISTER OF- THERMOMETER  At Rkih^eld, Williams Creek, takes at "iii a.rAv  each dayr showing, the highest and Vow������^A  ���������range for preceding:.'2^;1������>ar������v.-:';':.::-  Nov,  \i^xy  M  x-a^M'  MM.  ���������. w .  vry'  %V  y ���������%.-���������������������������  '20.05  ���������*i  IB,-.  i. 'My  ������������������:. .3--  2<U>5  ������  ���������190:  lib '.  20. .  ; 2(1.04:,  ;h* '  toy:  A..mx<  '20.36:  ms?  -   **  21,  S2  .-2*8- ������������������;;  tun  :,. .it  nyy  v *32*--  9.30  0&.n  . ^r^.Ho^^u^u Mixb.���������W������ gatb^rfi-fim  the Victoria press ibat tti ereA\& some ynrtih ���������  ability of. the real vaWia of.-'this ledge hej'ti^  sati������fftctorii y- tested. * as some ten-tons -a f *  awaiting shipment its Swansea; and thirtwsfc  t nna* li ave: a trendy b een Tor w ard ed \ a K������ i  Praiicisco. Sho'uld thivexpOctationa that \yfti  been feaired on the prelim wwy assays bs oiiiy  partially ri-aliz ������d. the fortnn-������te sliarebold ���������h  will reap;'im.m'nnse^p'ritflB and m i^w w?%l  tie mitiihg ni^oVy.'���������'���������oil British :.<Jolknibla jift���������  angurated:.  Cma^o������ or MmG*fi������sr."-Mv Frank Vrt  ret has- been elected to fill the managerinl  chair of tlie Amateur Dramatic AssoctaYi'������u  in tfee room of Mr Marcos Wolfe, who-f^t hf  the last Express*; and(although the Association and tlie pubVt have experienced a urea't  will compare favorably wvih these conducted j pnmp. which'iwsVr"rived on the ground." The j1*8>������ *hG- departure of aome of the favot^A  3 players, we have no doubt thai llie ace ess iw  ot new members, 'coupled with t.he.ac'knowl*.  edged skill and ability of the Manager, wilt  maintain the well wea refjutetion. ������f ov&  Cariboo actors; ���������  in tue former country by ballot, 'A writer onr| W.est,of England have,resume4,werk and are  this subjoin a 1^ preparing to sink.  th������ adoption of the ballot in England, says  M fee opinion of jonraJ^ts and politicians in  the States is that in abolishing open voting  we have wantonly sacriffced the only permanent security for honest elections and prepared the way for ail those processes"* of  fraud and cormptini-t which bave been  brought to such high perfection in their own  country.?>  Now it would be worse than folly for na]  1I1T{VK:T CfiUEK.  T&5 "Perfiev^rciDce co, aro doing well. Th*e  Miw*>ehaHa co. aw sti*ll rnnning their drain  ahe^d to.cut������*ff_wafer.. The Cummiwgs have  found so m e 1 it tie p ay.   Other co in pauies tsti 11  prospecting.  MINING R&C'OMS.  GorWfmneht:ste������nier:Xnroda took not to profit by. the experience and mistakes  :N<*w.:-Vor-k^biutbo<^ye8terday.   She of ftth^rs *;   and as .we nxe4,. convincpd .that  ������J.'<jmn,iSfl  Xp^niiK in  ^JlJ>f n^^rrd.bxAH^frw^ns.Hnd will prob- j fraud, connption, oriiitlmi/ation ar^ things  oii'ly^sail fpr* 'Jiipaiv wUh?u thrW^^^S' in entirely unknown in e!<>���������#o������B here, we think  %>e^vvnt.:,the ���������fiupimclinz^w'ftr betweeiii Japan there is much more important work for our  X4x!orea. and ivcvive her ^armaments- after  MRXIOO.    .  ^THv <������f M<������jrico% via Havana, lt<^T. 7.���������Thff  ���������Hm r������flt -; it n >������ o j r n 1 m a I y fo r I Jordo de- Teged a.  : V i rpa no Oi-a-z .ha^t pf n t In., his sub mission to  t've rt-t^rainenl :nnd surrenders his command  in a-pap������r dat������*d October 23d. and Gen. Pro-  i������ih*i.i hrtspr^fnied: himselt at the'canital.���������  Th������ paclflCittiau of the country is now com  .V^a It is reported that President Lerdb  inumd'* *.o. restore Oiaz and Promleo to their  Cot'ita*- rank iuihe arm v. :"..,.  -*-*-  nt99^  -������>-���������-  ���������T ^ 00r:'       THE 8AT'LOt.   ""'';' ;  JiV a late nilmber of the Skxt-cnrt, there ap-  jieared a comniuhicatlon on the snbject of the  Brtllnt^ indl ���������m(U ^isa^yer^liit^^        all  }irnbftliiHjV?engAge the attention of Parlia-  ^rieht at1 tne^^uiiug^sion, we think it well  ,^ h.H | it should be thoroughly discussed aiid' \*$  \ % no w h effec ta caref u 1 ly considered before it  Is applied to this Province.    The. Ballot  - thou Id* no i he fo reed upo n an ti n wil i ing  'peopleby |bese who may ������eek t<> acquire a  little temporary popularity by proposing the  introduction of a measure they know very  lit^e)a%ottt, aid only advocate because it U &  political pet with those demagogues whose  ;>������ote-ata appears to be todestroy existing in-  '-etitutlons without caring whelher they can  replace them with better: in fact, change  ,. without progress.  We certainly fail to see bow the Ministry  i*re likely to increase their already  well-  Earned polarity hy instituting a aystem of  voting not at ail suited to the requiremeate  of this people, and certainly not wished for  by. the miners of this district, who have  uhfeady been considerably troubled by the  vexatious requirements of the Registration  rymd Quaiificatioa ������f Votersy Act.   IMiey are  quite capable ol arriving' at a coaeluBioQ as  to the merits of a candidate, and bave no 4<*n  :-aire to keep their opinion? secret^ and are not  at all likely to " cheer one way and vote another."   The protection of this latter class of  people would appear to be the great end to  itoe achieved hy tl*������ Ballot,���������.a  not very  glorious result for a so mueh vaunted' piece  ���������of legislation.  representatives than attempting the passage  of an Act specially designed (although ils  efficacy is doubted) t������ prevent evils that do  notexisU .  CArruRB of a Tur������P.���������- Last week the proprietor of a wayiside.hou^e, afier."finishing his  morning smoke, laid down his pipe, a valuable meersohanm, and went into the dining-  room to partake of breakfasl. Of course, a  smoke after breakfast Was" nncrssary, and  when our frVnd w*nt >af<������T that pipe. it. was  gone. A- h������*a then'Chinee was 'nm������ng the  guests that tne ruing, and suspicioc immediately fastened upon him as being the thief,J  Jo lin u n b 1 ush i n gly de ii ie d ih c the ft;. an d as a  .proof of his ii-inocenice displayed a piiI'se coa-  taining some two thousand dollars. This was  considered satisfactory at the time, and the  man h! 1<i w������d; to d epart. ou t oh *fter th ou gh t  it. waa decided to pursue him, and after a  rids of sev������ral. miles he was-overta.ken,  broiight to a stand, an d thorongh 1 y search ed.  The missing pipe was found snugly hidden  between a pair of; mocassios, and the thief,  after apologising'for ilia misconduct, proceeded on his journey.  ^���������PKOBABij^B^Hicrirdif.r^It��������� will be seeji from  bur telegrains.that Mr Joseph ilnuter, M.P.P.,  has been offered, and will doubtless accept,  the position of Surveyor-General, rendered  vacant by Mr Pearce?s;acceptance of office  under tbe'.Dominion Govern ment, in which  event it will become our duty io elect a  member to till the vacant seat It is a matter  of common prudence on the part of voters to  refrain from pledging themselves yet to any  *>ms uptil it is known that there will be an  ���������election and we have the names of all the  candidates for ou*��������� suffrages b#fore us. The  election of an M.P.P.;ts one ot. our most important duties, and wo should not rashly  promise our support until all the- legislative  aspirants bave au opp-ortuuity ol Wing heard;  Good Ciunck for Ik-vFxStmknt.������������������It will be  s-een by advertlsument in another column that  Mr Sanderson 'Padrcyi another, otv the long  list of lucky Carihooltes, who is about to  leave us with a well earned 4* pile," will sell  by auction bis large interest in the Forest  Rose Company (so long known'as one of the  be# paying claims on Williams. Creek), in  fnfrr������T, T-ors, and on terras that wilt enable  miaers with small capital to become shareholders-it* that Iiicky cl ai ra ; an d we are %\ ven  to understand that there is a good pioFpecti  for the purchaser ot a favorable wiuter's  work.  /        LIGRTNlXtf CHEEK.     '  Pandora co.���������Nov. 12���������R<*corded in favor  of James Dunn. Henry Hyde. Georg-e Monlf  gomery. W..H. WooIcock, and David Robertson,-6 hill claims on-the right-hand side of  Lightning creek, situate about four miles east  of Cold Spring house, the base line being  about one.half mile below the wagon road.���������  To,be known "as the Pandora Co.  Nov! lS~Btiff4oco.-:Recorded Jn.favorof| ; THRRfi-arpe������*s to.be n^laokofleglslai^o  Sam. Montgomery,.: Alex: Swan.: John'Cran-; tR]0I1t waiting for' development in tWs AH*  sm,.Roberi Greig. Win. Fraser. and IB. tT|ct, indging by the number of probable  ���������Fisher,������ hill claims on th������ left bank of Swns OTt){rat,ts* for Mfr Hwnlet^s '**������. *ho\\\d hi &y.  crwk, commencing: at the Haselti>e co/s lower  Hue and rn n in ti g"d ox&n slream 600 teet. To  be known as the Buffalo co*  AXOSHSOK CREEK,  -NoVi- 21��������� Anderson Creek co,���������Recorded  in favor of James Steven-*. William Craft and  John. MerriM; 4 ereek claims on Anderson  ���������cr^efc commencing "'"Hi'-the niont-h of said  creek and runnjng up, stream iOO ieeU To.be  known as the Andewon creek co, ', ��������� :  ��������� '.-��������� A- :;���������;:��������������������������� -<n'Twi^:jss-*cw^:: :> i-07: -4  Nov. 13���������Ballarat o0v���������lteci)Vded in favor  of F. Neufeldei% 2 interests \. Wesley llal^ 14  ihferests yD. Carey, John Bowron, .1 as. Ding-  well, ^Andrew Fiel'cher, John McAlfeter, D,  MjcPermid, Dona Id He Ewan, Jolin Mu n roe. A;  M o tt roe, -each I iu terest f Wm. JeffaiVM,- | ��������� i n.  terest in the Ballarat co., cpnsisliag' of 2200  feet 5 re record, ' ^y. ���������': ������������������ Ky7  Ntiv.'iS-i-Bowmanviile en.���������Recorded in  Ma G, B. Wnront. so ^11 and favorably  known as a contractor and sieatnboat'capiai'ft.  paid, ns a tiflifc last week prior to his departu tys  E is t f o r th e bonefi t o f h i������ heal th. Be I o re M *%  return we understand-Mr Wripfct will-v 1*51  Ottawa, anfi wo presume we may yet find hU  nt'me associated with the srreab wcirkol blliKt-  inj; tho Canxdiau Pacific Railway.  TliK inhabltahtfi of Van Winkle and Lisrbt-  mng Creek will regret the toss of Mr h**A  Van Volkenbargh, who has left on a visit ^  his frienils-ld .the KasI>   White from a socih!  point of view we regret the departure of t.\  many of our most esteemed 'citizens, v?ec^-  not but wn gr'afulale them oft escaping Mr*  rigors of a Cariboo winter.  come vacant. Tlie names of Mr Geo. ByrneA.  Mr Edward Pearson, and Mr A; 15. B, D������vh  fxYi? mentioned as likely Candidates for ff.ft  suffrages of ^ the '{\*ee and independent eV:-  tors."  favor of James H etil'*and Hobert H-eal, each  1 interest; and in favor of John Golliksen, 1  i n terest: i u trust f u r the Bo w m au v il le co. j re-  record. . '��������� ���������. Ar'[ [7;'������������������ ���������'���������'���������'. 7/ 7' 7- A ��������� ; 7A-.  Nov*. 22���������Caiibno- coA��������� Recorded in favor  of Oliver Cromwell ami George Ferguson.  200 feet.of ground on William creek,commencing at the Bri esse n shaft house and run-  ing down stream 200 feet alongside 1 fie Cariboo co. to the upper line or the old Cariboo :  ia.Width'from the side line of the Cariboo co.  to the base of the hill *������������������'��������� to be"worked in conjunction with and form part of the Cariboo  company*  7y'.i   '    JACK OP CLUBS CUE UK./. I  v���������. ded  Oun old friend, David Kurtz, has been appointed sftnt'for; and has just received a  ootiaignment of  Calbraith'& Hawkes5 best,  Nov, 15���������First .Chance co.-i-iwoor  favor of H. Giirhore, A. Wilson,*J: Tindail, P.  Manetta, F. Lallier. R. Bare, C, Leggett, l<\  Macliennah, 13. Denis, H- Molieur, and W.  Griffin, 200 feet each ; Ni Maury and F. Safor-  cada, 100 feet each,' the sauis 'beinrg a re-  lecord of lii discovery claims, held in 12 In*  terests, in'tbe First Chance co. Also, in favor  of A. Wilson, R; Barr, W. Griffin, K. LeggeU.  and F. MacLennan, 700 feet cr������*ek claims In  trust for  company.  the oo.������  pe-record of FirstGimnce  A pAtNm, l\tM0R was ui circulation In \\t*  begiuniag.<if...this week to ihe efleet that Mf-  Morgan ; te wis. of the Point Oompw n y, \\ Va  w as-on his. way d own t h a d l eft ids feed: at D atte*  JvennedyisVi'tnd'er circuftistiBces that ;,cn*,aW  great apprehension fot tits '���������saftlbV;-"';^We*;,n,i*'  happy to vsay tha the bad but arisen . e&rftec  th an h is p art n evs and gene on IM wa$������ . v  ��������� Vtmtc- *BArte:GKAn������s.���������Lovers off miVstc:w H  h:*-?pV;id!to.tieurtfhaVan emSrt ������1* hemi?;"-'ni'vi���������%'���������  to r j construct tlie Cariboo Band;'which '..���������hid"  obi������ no; disorganized -by^:the1 depar.Ui'w-4 ti?  smiih of the.h������stmiisicia'is.f and vi^gloir fro^  iS*������ harmoaioiisiounds U^tiprii^^d^fHini t** \  pr&c isiag io>m;������ .their, efforts will be crowns I  wi h success^ ��������� :*,        '7- \-.  - A .Ssnibirs Amx^ took place Vast-week a*  Dan. Nobni's place, near Alexvidria, befwee'\  Petw, a t**ren c h m an .an d Isaac, k ii al f-b n*ed: i ?t  which the former '.Was d;tngeronj;ly: cut wlib  an axe on his head and sld**.... tt is snpv<������sed  Peto was lb e a ggrmo r, Ucftti meu we re in*  toxicated at the time.  We-ere Indebted to the conrtesv ofJuduo  Ball for, the Register of the ThprmowieTer  which will be found In ano'her c6lnmnv and  which we .will publish outing th** winter  months for the -benefit of the curio us iu such  matters.  A Luxiuiv.���������tn addition to his good mwu-  ment of Groce vi es, jfcc, A n get 6 l*ett do la w f l i  always keep on hand a supply of 'the he**  Java. Coffee���������1*0 asle d (daily Under h Is ow tt  superintendence.  : js addition to the departures by Barnard^  Express this week,'J. D. rfcott ieff: 'or Y������H**  with six pas*������ent?**rp���������Messrs.   J.   UT* TodtK  Xi, Bepchftr, I Van Volkenb&rgti> and '\mi  Chinnmoti,  . MR J.IL Toim ���������Among tbe departtir^s t?;ts  week we notice the name of our respecltnt  In fact, the tendency of much -������������������.-- ,   .       ,     ������,   ,  modern icgislatloirannears to be t������ treat men brand of flour-*'Bake rTs Kxira.'-   We advise] Cleaning preparatory to closing the bauk,  m������ rti.ii,w y   A 7i c intenfling-purchasers to tfy this ftour. as it^isjaseaech warrant was issued and he was ar  Re children ������^mg th* care of a pat^ nt th, mom7 ,luu  Ooveruuient (which of itself imptfas a child-1 producing district iu the Province, 5 *M pR'tow* recovered,  Ba.\k KosBtcRT.���������Mr Fraser. of the Bank of citizen Mr J. II. Todd. J.lVyvho has remriuMt  British Columbin,-experienced p heavy 'IosmJ |0 ids home in Cnnnda lo pass the CUristmas  last . week,     sen e     t lief     l:*ari. g     d ������j holidays in the bosom of his family.  Caj't,. IUitoh^an'. oiih of Ihe oldest and  besfi Columbia lliyer Pilnts, is in charge of  the steamer Victoria at her winter quari^r.^  He has his Wife and three children wiiU.him*  Tin? Mast, is expected lo arrive onTiw*-  da/ evouiuij.  camped with a pan coutain'mK over thro*  thousand dollars in dust. Suspicion naturally attaching to a Chinaman employed in  r  iuuw������w������fjutWUWWWjlB "������������������ .M'.-'r'    ��������� ���������  7^m .  0  Ak ..;.  It  y.  :::  It  a;Aai.  ft  4  0  it;  mtft  IBS  -1  11  Is"  Il X  41--  $*  :4<  1   *  ':;'S.:i:  k::  ft' -  XX  X  '���������������:.'  vsmmmmxmM&swmaaat.  LEGAL NOTICES, &c.  46  Births, Deaths andrMar--  NOTICE,  PUBliib NOTICE j������; hereby Riven;'that .from and  afterthelstdRyorSftpteniber next, all Births,  . Pentlis and Warrlftjj^ withUV'the Province of British  Columbia are to be,Rpgisterod-under the provisions of  ���������'The.-Roffis'tratloii of Births, Deaths and Marriages  Aet, 1872," * at tbo; Offlcoof tho Dlstrjet Registrar of  tho District wherein tho,samp respectively shall tako  'place, aial wl th|n;thc times foliowIng, that is to say:  FIRTHS���������Within CO-davsfrorn tlie date thereof..  -: 1 > 15ATH^Wlthlii 80 ������������������ days after iiitorment; '  M ARRUGES-^Withia 90 days from1 the date thereof.  v - Every| Householder, .Head of a Family, Clergyman,  rhysician, pr^other. person or persons, .required bytlio  *ald Act to report Births, Deaths ana';Marriages, who  v rsfuses,"or wilfuliy neglects to do so, within the times  . before named, will he liable to a penalty for each and  everyvoffence; of- notv Irss than Five; Dollars or more  than Twienl^Doilfira, ,tp ��������� b.e recovered with costs before amy JustlceoP the'I^eace having j urlsd iction within  tn&UocaH ty.Mwhere, any such blTonco Is ;committed  vagal ast tu e eai d Act, ".>;'.  r By command;  y000jXA A-00UA B. W;' AIIUFAN, .      .  700iAiAy 07 y\ VkA ���������'���������;      ������������������. Kegisirur General.  'Land Registry Ofllce;      V   ''-.���������-  '0li:'.Aug...3I,.lS7l4  441 Bel4  HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, &q.  MISCELLANEOUS.  TTT1������������������p_!-^>     i  v    NQTICE.. .������������������.:  AyyyyxxyyUovB^ or AsazMBur, 2d August, 1873.  :T&i^&c$;|ro^^ to Private Bills.  : f V5.0-; ^*:-appifcatioiia fOr':Private Rills, properly the  -eubjecfrpr '-leglslati pri byvtho Loglsla ti ve Assum b ly or  ��������� British Coinmbia^within-the purviuw.of "TheBritish  ��������� North America1 Act, 1867^'?; whether frr the erection of  a'Bridge, the. making of a Ra llroad, Turnpike Road, or  i/Felegraph liinej ilie-construetion or Improvement.of a  ii'dmpaiiy; orbth������r\yise for-granting to'any individual  i������r jntilyjduals any exclusive or peculiar rights or priv\  'lloKeaivwhateye^ any. matter or thing  iwMchJniW affect the right or prop-  ^rtyotiPlher; parti cp-or^relato to j.ny particular class  of tbeicommuriity���������; jij'rforniakingnny amend ment of a  .nice: nature to any, former Act, shall require a Notice,  ^"iiaVw-trly^alid .0i^tihetiy^sp^cify inp the nature and object  .;of.:tho api*I|c;Vti0n,���������;,to:: 1je=p\iblishcfl as follows, viz. r  , 4 A Notbq inseuecliinj Uie British Columbia Gazette,  nntt in onei newspaper published in the district af-  ;-'f^tTo<i;for'^fithererl)e,;no newspaper published therein,  :.lhen: iniathowspixpe^ in;'the next nearest diaCricf In  :Whicb^  ;;o^fe^:Such^Pticp;sha^ In each case for  ^'perioduf-ai;least-six%eeks. during the interval of  .tlrae between theclose <>ftthe n������st preceding'Session  and thorconslderation of the petition. :���������-.-  X^AyR^riiiiiay for Jeav������ to bring  :^n;B!PrlVate%^ Toll Bridge' is  opreionted tp;the,Hoiise^ the person.or persons intend-  /1 ng:to.pctitiari for:'?sucJivBiII shall, upon giving the no-  .itearpresenbed in the preceding Rule, also at the earae  ::fimb,:and *^nthe s*momauiier, give notice of the rates  %hlch they Uitend'to;ask, the extent of the'privilege,  ;;ibe,hei^ between tbo  Abutments'or:'plers for thei passage of rafts or vessel?,  "saa'd mentioningjilso whether they intend to erect a  tdravrhridga or not, and the dimensions of the saine.  .-:  * ��������� - 1,    A-    ,    ,r.y CH^RIJES,GOOJ>, t x      *  se21 ib   "   4 ;   Clerk of tlie Legielativ* Assembly:  Semaining in the ��������� Bartervilie Post Office on  la tl November; \8J2fy Parties' cal ling ' for  letters in1 the folio wing? liati'will please: ask  for Advertised ^Letters i-^'- 0.001 0 07}, 1  Angove, Wm -   '  Surkholder, WvS;v !r;  ikrker,;Wm. ���������   -,  t) iinn, Jo h n (Regis td)  I) re ver. Wm- i    -   \  Dick. Archibald  ������������������W^hm^0yA0^  ;Gloyer, Anthony D  ���������Gmno,rpav-id4 ',-  Hi lion, M ���������  JoiieB, Daniel  Jones, W H  Jones, WT; ' ��������� ly  Johnson* Aaron;  Knacky, Win (2)  Layspn ���������      5  Latnere^ Wm  Lynch, -P  CvtcLane,JohnLB(2)  lattice, Stephea: B  Morris, Frank  not  iMcKenzie, J - v   i;  McDonald; Alex; S   ';  .McLean,:Howard? < :  McDouoral, Eodeplck  ���������;Miiierv' JohnX -v \   ���������  Pen dray, Wm^v   v.;  Pinkerton> John ;    ?  Potler, ThomagT 4  Richards, Mathew (2)  Rdbertsbh David"..,:  Sheldon Mary (4).v-  Sp nice Geo  Sampson John .. .  Segars, B... '.; ..  Sanders, Wm  Scott, James  Swaim, Andrew  Wyatt, C F  Worham, Harry  V/ilJiarris, John Wes  Williams, John B   ���������  JOHN BOWRON,  Postmaster.  ������3.j  U  Ilheumatism,   Keiiralgia;  ��������� &co./ &o..,:;.:"';':  DR. CHIPP HAS IN STOCK and is constantly receiving. . ^   *������������������ A    r-  EiSiGLISH DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,  And other Preparations  TRUSSES, ELASTIC STOCKINGS,  WRISTLETS, &c, &c.  j^ Teeth, carefully Extracted and Filled.  "p&- Prescriptions and Family Recipes accurately prepared.   ��������� ' se28  [SUCCESSORS TO N. 0UN1O,]  B<������g to inform their friends and tho pub 11 rthat tbey  have taken Uw well-known premise's in"Barkerville,  so long' favorably patronised whu������ In tha occupation  of Mr N. Cuuio.        ... ...,..���������A r 7X!:���������.'.-..4**: ���������  The Celebrated XXX Ale  will be manufactured|and aoid^by^Wholesala and]Re-  tall ia Jits purity, add ������������������"'  The best Liquors'& Cigars  constantly kept on band.  Th^ Lodging Department  will be alwayi carefully {attended to, and the beai  Beds and accommodation provided for, their cusi  toiners. 4 dcl(J  ': - >    . ���������   ��������� x '��������� ��������� '������������������ ��������� '   ���������   ���������    ���������    1 ���������'  ;rv;;-I^A;&;;PERillNSv :"  '*������������������'';'4-       [   .      ���������    'Celebrated  WpaOE S, f ER SHI RE    S AUCE  Declared by Connol8seurHoba       ,  THK  ONLY   GOOD  SAXJCE.  Caution against Fraud.���������Tho success or- this  most delicious and iunrlv'illed Condiment having  caused ccrta I n d ea ler b 10 apply ih e n a ni e 0 f' * Wbrces  tcrshlre SaucoM to tbeir own inferior compounds; th������  public is hereby informed that tut only way to procure the gonuine, iet<* '��������� '"    *  ���������    "    f-  ASK   FOB X.&A:  &   PERKINS'   SAUCE  and to ace that thoir namosaro Upon tho wkappkr  LABKL8,8TOrPKR,andnoTTI.K. --.. -  Somo of tbe foreign markets'having bcensupplied  With aspurlous Worcnster^hlripSauce.upon tbo wrap  per and labels of which tbo names of J,oa ������nd Perrlns  have been forged, L. and P. give uotjeetbatthey  have furnished their correspondents with power ������l  attorney to take instant proceedings against wanu-  PACTUKKRBand VKNDonsof snch,! or any otberlmita-  ions by whichthelrrightmay beinfnnged.  Ask for.LEA &PERRINSV Sauce and see  Name' on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and  Stopper. ':    ". ���������  ''   :-���������  Wbplcsale and foresportby therroprletora, Wor  cester;CrosfieandBlackwell.London,Aic.f fcc;  byOrocersandOllmen unlvorsallj  MISCKLLANEO.US  ND  BAK ERY  rpHISOM) AND WEIX-KKOWN ESTABLISHMENT  i ,1b always supplied with the best' of every tb In j  that can bo procu re d In Carl boo'.    "' ���������        .''     "  per  Single Meals  - ��������� - - ������  The  To make room for Spring Gooda  undersigned begs to inform the Miners  ��������� .of Cariboo that he ia  ��������� .'��������� '.AlThe Celebrated-; .'^V.-"  FRESH   QFiOUNp    C'Of FEE,  :  A super! or article to any wh ich can "be had froni ho-  low, Roasted and;Ground.on, tbe premises ] from the  best selected: beriieSj and;, warrante"d free frpn>; adul  eration.' ��������� :- ���������������������������-   -"'���������':'- ; '="      V '      .. "-' . '  -. jelT;'������������������������������������ Ay v        ���������   3. Q. G00DSON)  y EG TO ANNOUNCE THAT TH&Y HAVE REMOVBD  J   to tho spacioua premises formerly known as tbe  St.  Georg������ Saloon, where * they will be at all timsa  prepared to fur fa ish '  "��������� ;  BOARD    AND  E A LS  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY-  ' The   BAK   .  furnished w|th| the Hum WINES  MQU0R3 and CIGAK3.  Board, - $13 per Week  . 617 0m  , ..  km  General Agency.!-  -X  apiatf ���������  fJAMES   WICKHAM,  Barkerville,  following claps of Goods,  lected for Miners  lly se  9 t Jy v^������^>:  a Very Fine clasg of  , The FLORENCE ia ihe beat Sewing:  Machine >for Family uie, because it:  aoxeldpm get* out of order. Ifther������  is one not working weli lw  CAUFORNIA,'   ������������������  OREGON,      -;  WASHINGTON TERRITORY/  . :    NEVADA,   .  IDAHO,  ALASKA,  BRITISH COLUMBIA,  MEXICO,  JAPAN,     .  Or CHINA, If Informed of It, I will  f> ;'!t without any expense to tht.  owner.  /���������  t   ^yyy-^x  )niery uwioo*-, wu*u9  GRAND HOTEL BUILDINfi,  Pan j?RAKCi8CO( Pal,  Send for Circulars and samples of  the.work. Active Agents wanted In  every place.   . ��������� .    .  ���������S  EX.PE.ESS  Under temporary arrangement for conveyance of tb-e Mulls from  Cache Cyeak to Qkanagan;  The nndersignedYhas placed a line.ofs Pasaen-  ;.'-���������'"���������'���������-������������������"_.*��������� '"'4- gerStageB on the ���������'";  Silnoers.  A fine selection of  Ladies' BOOTS & SHOES  A fine assortment of; 1.0  G-enuine MeerscliaTim and  Briar-root  p������* Call and examine prices.^^f   The.  Goods will be sold VERY CHEAP for Cash.  i������  Barkerrille, May IT,  my 25  .Running iri. olw -conneefcion witn the Stages  from Yale,to Barkeryilie.-   ,; ;4,:. '444   4  Person^  ftnd"tbisrby1far:tBe most cohvement mode :of  travel.^v:f ��������� yXyxry.'- 'y. A-'���������':���������'' ������������������4-'''; 'Axi!  '.A-J&F) Stages leave; Cache Creekon Wednesday, mornings atiP o'clock, and. will, return  th e foil o w i ng we e k i n ti me. to co n ne c i wi th  the Stages; going Nor tli and South; ��������� ���������' ���������*'  GEHEBIi; EXPEESS BUMPS \  Will be transacted, oyer the route. Freight  carried. Parcels delivered^ Commissions  executed.   Cblleclions made. _  aii24 2in: F. J. BARNARB & CO.  ARE prepared to furnish Lumber at their Mills,  Willjani Creek, or deliver, it to order.  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK. 4  Having a Planin^Machlno: In operation they will  also furnish  DRESSED}  at satisfactory rates.  sel J.

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