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 u-  Vol 17.  Barkerville, William; Creek,.,B.e..:Saturday. November   21, 1874'  my  o  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  Published every Saturday by: "'  fiOBE Rf 110 L LOW AY.  Subscription*' ���������  -   25 Cent������r>er Weok.  .RAT^Of:ApVKRTfclWi:  fror^ne 8<iuiro(ou������iuchj,firstlh������oriion,   . $3  *'        u.               . rr ono month,  .   ������ d  Portvrosqoarca ,flrslln$ertl������mf     -   -   .  .. 5  ������          **       ono m������>nth, .���������-.������. 9  *���������������"'��������� "   '    '         :,' . -���������' -. p"^'���������,","v  -,-:-   Agents for the %��������� Cariboo Sentinel."  Van Winkle*,    .  Qtii'44������ehtioutu,  8..U Creek*     -  Chiiton,   -  Tale,      ��������� .������   ���������  Sfeitf WoslmtlWter  ���������   .. -      Lindsay.  . Barnard** Kxpra**  Barnard'h Kxpr������$*  UarnarU's Esprmr.  ������lo d������ .  i John Murray  Victoria,     ....*.'������       t -, ��������� *     ^Mr.Sl^^sjwjftr*  G .Street,     v      ..  ��������� .'   ' SO CorahHl,\I/m<lon^'e.C,:  *���������- i������Y  Villi CARIBOO SBNlLVRr/  J3B PRINTING OFF  Oj Lady 1 heed tbe monitor 1 thy mirror tells  the truth;   y  Assume the matron'* folded veil, resign the  wreath of��������� youth ;  Go! bind it on thy dofjghter'fi brow���������in her  thou-It 9till look fair ;   '  *Twere well would ������U learn wisdom who be  ^>   bold the first pjrey hair.  ���������[Blackwood, I'830.  Extr.40hw.vauv Stokiksi b������v������i recently been  told of the beutinjr properties of 0 new kind  of oil which in easily made from tlie yolk nt  bens' eggsr The'.pgga are first bollwl hard,  the yokes are then removed, crumbed; nod  pUced over a fire, xvhvre tbey are carefully  stirred until the whole subs tan ce is just on  the point of '-cnfabjng fire, when tbe oil ?epa  rate*, and maybe poured oil. It fa In general  imoatuong: the colonIftts 6f SotYthoro Rttfgia  as a means oLJG'wtag chits, bniisos, and  scratches.  Ki'CfiXTLY a*Krenoh rieiw������p������p������������r pwhli&hcd  i^tbat.,n bui.ker's ct.umtry. Iiruise bad bc������������*ii  robbed in .the vdgiii. "but fortunately ih������*  Uhvvh* in tljeir hurry bad htilwl to opouib**  second drawer on tbe rteht-hand aide of 'Ibe  e-rpritair-a in which wiurn 1-nrgo buuV of money  Cards, Circa In r*. Pn>if������rsand Program twa for  II tils and Theatrical Kulerlainment-  ^JT.m-CHtwl with neatnm.u..dwpHlcb^jrf  in;,,allk ���������olM ���������  ��������� jwo or fife ^ Uu,,. ,���������?.  '"���������"'"���������������- fc  ��������� ---,'���������'-'"--"' ���������-������������������; ^rsrtssr   editor received   ib<*  following  nnlo :-M Mr  TUB FIRST CRfe������Y" HAIR. Editor. I ciinnot-*ifJfich*ut)y ibank you for the  i tfoiniation -glrt-.fi in Your��������� excellent paper.���������  Tire matron at the tmrror.with her hand npor.  her hr������iw,  f'l? gazing on ber lovely face���������aye, lovely  <*Vi������i) now:  VTlty d till she lean upon ber hand with Naicb  a h������<������k.of cat*!  V������\y ������om|������ that te������r across her cbeek! -She  sees her drat grey-hair.  Time from bar To rni hnth la?en awriywbut Utile J  iff; v* gmcur; ���������  IIU touch of thought hm dignified the beauty  of her fnce:  Yet -he iitistbi mi tig!* in the dance where  rn .Men- g^\y trip.  Bo(bright \a ������tili her hazel eye, ho beautiful  ber ih������������  It was in evt^v; respect exuet: a.** I Cuuul on  going ta*< flight, fur Ui* second tinte. to tbe  lioiipe of Mr Z������������������.. The btlU were I here,  and are now iu my pusse^b'n^ fXo. &!p*mi'  lure}   Y<ut will underhand rayflcrupie?"..*1  1  ���������  ���������  H  Wm  ���������  I  3  ���������Rie'faded;form is often mark'd by  m ire than ye.u^;  The wrinkly ooihe cbeek rmy.be lb  ������������f secret-tears;  The mnHrnfiil lip niay mor:nur of a love it  X:  ne'er c������������nfe>*t.  And the dimness ������>f tbe eye betray a heurt  ibal cannot rwt  But B'?n ba? h<*on a bippy wife ;���������tho lovar of  Q b������T vnnth  MaV proud������y claim the smile that pays the  triid ot lii.������������ truth ;  A &en������e of Hli^til��������� of. lpnejiiirti-rbaib never  b-iuish'd sleep ;  Her life hnlh.beeu  a clon^less one:   .then  wherefore doth she weep ?  She looked  upon ber raven, locks;  what  thougliis did tbey recall!'  Ob S not of ���������iii-flrbia when they were decked for  banquet or Tor built - ��������� -: ;r s ��������� ���������' ��������� ���������? ��������� .������������������"  They brought back tb mights of early youtb,  uet she had learnt to check.  With artirlciai wreathsj the curb;tbat sported  o'er her neck������  8he ������eem;d to .feel ber mother's band pasa  lijjhuy.'Miroiigb ber bair,  And draw it from Her brow, to leave a kiss of  kindae.sa there;  She seemed to vie^V ber fatber's smile, and  feel the playful touch  Tiiat Rometimes feijfn'd to steal away the  curia she pffr/d ho much.  And now ehe sees ber fl rst grey bair! O,  deem it not a crime  For her to weep-r-when she beholds the first  footmark of Time I  She known, that, one by one, those mute mementos will id crease.  And steal youth, beauty, strength away, till  life itself sbaU ceaath  }Tia not the tear of. vanity forgbeauiy on tbe  wane.  Vet though the blossoms may not Bigh to bud  and bloom &fgttta.  It cannot but remember with a feeling of re-  Ibe spring forever gone���������Ibe Bummer sun  forever aeb "  KK\V 'AUVEUTteiaifcN Ui.  ': 70   notice^ ���������:,_;.;  'VOTrCK "H   HKftR'aV  $\VfS  THAT  APIMICA.  ,\    Oon wiU.t������������t   Wj*������'l*' nt ttii������ wejtl ff^*>������leu  of !*;C  Ij?$\aUlive JtusemMy ������*f th^j 1 'rovuicu pi Ui 1 Ush Co  I unit* U hy lit**  \\'UAA\m   GHEVM   nKOnOCK   Fl.U.MK  AM) DfTCa COMPANY (Limited},  -MISCELLANEOUS,  - i  . T  HAS ON IUND  . A WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS,  HARDWARE,  ���������7,yy CLOTHING,  PATENT MEDICINES,  COME ALONG WITH YOUR CASH  /ESh-AND GET IiARG*MNS.'^af  ���������7i "niyfl  ogers o  5  if*r.������������i Act t������ r*ii-w 5n fiv ������r "J* **?������*! w t <Vm(i'sny f������-r  r   Borrow   i'ruTtli������T ti rt^-l *������f i-ti  v*������*r* ir-������������ He* ������Kh ������'ay of  MmtcIi inro. All 'in t rUL'Ui ir ili������> fi;:iit". urtvikis nn ?  e course   ^H^W'-rr -J u������������;;������ ������ l.y ilw ������ WKMiiiih Cr^k  (IcttflHT 1.  IST4  [Sucoer^ora to X), Kurtz & Op. ,3  DiPORTERS AND DEALERS IN  LIQUORS,  CIGKAHS,  TOBACCO/  _ , v.   _   GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS,  Dry Goods and Clothing.  CLINTON  EXTRA   FLOUR.  &'$-* All G'^in of (ho Best Quality and Ai th������  Lowest Price*'.  Jtirkcrvill*', May ���������?. "my9 6m  Administrators Fotics.  In tbe mailer ol   Ihe   l^tafe  and   Kif������*e������H  rd  FKLIX DAOUST. dec������*:w������d. inieauuo.  V LL Persona who aro indebtod to the  A. *lt>vn KkmIo Af.-r.tiuirH ������' |������������y i'������" ������nr������������p������i^  Nit" f������.rtuwuh; Mil iill jiTc-.jCvW''" huei* -������i>y ''lii'"*  s<;'lai������ tie* *A i K^t������i������ ar* r.'������juir*'l t'������ ���������* o I urcui ������m  or bcfu'fi! tho lOUt day or U-������i������ w������i r si -xt ?"  OIAS. K. |"������������itl.r.V.  Ditf'-t n<rV:?rrm>.2C'.h 0<:M>sr.JtSi4. <������al  The $1,000,000 Loan  TERMINlJSSTOltE,  Quesiielmoxith, ������B .C.,  .TThero thor������ aro ������tiH nHny of tho bes* brands ot  UilUah CoIutmUUJ'  FLOUR.  llhlOOtit BEANS of 1873,  ������  AnA olbcr Farm Produce, al VKUY LOW RATES.  Al������o, a general assortment of  OROCERIES,  DRY   GOODS,  BOOS   a   SHOES,  HARDWARE and DRUGS.  Corn mIsston\ St������>rnpro anil- Fufw ������.r< 11 ng bust 11 osa  d'oTi7at reasonably raiy.i,    , lnf-   1       ���������    in, 1.       ..._        ���������1   iiiiji      - *      '      ' nHT-"   STJRVJiiyiJNU-.  re?  RECEIVED BY EXPRESS  AT THE  BAKKERVILLE  PURE   DRUGS,  SPECIFIC  MEDICINES,  ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMEIUCAN  PATENT   MEDiCINES,  AS CHEAP AS ANY STORE ffl THE  rr.KSH BKUTrf, und a variety or IkiiA ao������ to fe������  proquf������Hi N'ortb of 'Kri^co^  STATION'KHV;  PKtlFUMRflV. CUTLERY.  Warm STHKSGTHKNING  I'LAiSTERS for  back andcliest.  LIGHTNING   CREEK.  DR. .HHIFJ*  Ba& ^Jl> ^nn������������ult'>d on thla Creok  ���������; V K it V s I.) NI VA V M o U N? 1 N( 1, u u 111 a ������������������.  Wrtrt"r\-*llr*. Jaiy"22. 1WT4> ���������'     ���������:  HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, &o.  California Saloon  >  STANLEY, LIGUTNLNG CREEK,  ft. MoDKKMOTT,      .     ���������-      t      tVomrKTOBv  ^rTho best T\1nc������P, Liquors, tCnd Cl^arfl a������ ltd  Bar. and all visitors wauo bapp>\aud ������oiofocubto. 4  tuy'4<}ax  Miners5 Restaiiranf  *  STANLEY, LIGHTNING CREEK,*  6AM VniA,      ������ .     ^raQPRiirTOi*  Board, ��������� i $9 per Week*  Singe Mealsv 75 cents,  ���������ftS- TlicXablo furnished with tho beat the marR������l  afierds. my 5 Ota  7"^>  BEO TO AKKOtTSCK THATTHfe.Y HAVE REMOVKP  to ttio fphciou-3 premised-Tormerly known us tt������  St. Ocorga dalflca, abcro tbey #*������m beataU.Ucatd  [irc|Kirted to furnUb  BOARD   AND    ME At 31  EOF   THE BEST   QUALITY.!  Th*  BAR Is fnrnliih������(t wtUa tua Ooeal WlNBfi,  UQCOitSaudCiGAiW.  Board, *   $12 *perWeek,  ��������� ''���������".'" ".       "'���������  ���������    i iii���������  Barfc'rville Brewery  PEOrRIETOS.      |,  The Ceebrated XXX Ale ���������  Mil t>Vmannfaemmt ana eoU byjTOol������������al* aoa Ef ������������������  Utile Its parHj-j aua -  The bestXIg.uor8!&-Cigars  eonslautlykoptoo tifttjvl*  ' * -. -i  The Lodging! Department ���������  ;vill h* At wars carefully fctt������n������1ert to, and tn������  ������������<!������ *nd adcoaiirtadatleo  pr*vided lo* tiiftl������ ������������***  Re Kimball; deceased,,  NOTICE/  rmnn first   dividend' on   the  <*���������    ahovo Kslata liaa boon :������lecl.irtJtl,*amou^tUg I  r,g nor Coiit.,' wbloU amount u.payabU ������t m  toARtllM     INTENDING    fTO     AVAIL ZmJ, f,rnm,.. mmrB  i      UniMWlVflftof tlM������ hew M.iiiriR U* rthtl to put ,       C,     ^  w  s rtt. J    '  flb������n uioir jrfotlljil. c������n h������v* Ui������ tiiinrey of tho Mine. Agwt pr O J;,1 ���������7������"  CAW. 0. * TRAVAlLfcOIV   ��������� '   Btriwrrm^ OctoU^r 20. lfc.������. ������5������  THE FOLLOWING  IS A-V  dutiMl tJtb May. 1STS, f������������������ "n ������w1 n\hAbl'  tuntot IliimtHfrihHHi, wear Warminster,  Wilis: ���������  J an'cxwIl^HiiiniwIiwfar iiw,atnl I ccn.uuly  31 pioil appotlti\   This iB owing ty takuis youf  V'ilK     1 am TH yonrs mil.  .������"itiw:ilulHS, Gwntlemen, yours wr������  _ _ spocuuiir," u s-  To the Proprietors of  IIOBTOS'3 CAMOMILE TILL3, LONDO^ rrrTtwMWKttttmmawM.  .ji.  s  m1 C ARIBOOgENTIxNEL  SATURDAY, 3K)T.'21.  1R4.  ������  FIRES AND FIRE INSURANCE.  The fire oh ifonday; liighfc afforded another  of the'forinnately few opportunities of test-  Ing the;efficiency of the Barkerville hydrftitts  ������g a \mbans of /speedily extinguishing, fires  even when tbey bave gained considerable  headway before water has been brought to  bear on the flames.. The. hydrants have paid  for  themselves a lumdred-fold ;   and merchants and others, having valuable property  stored in the town can, as heretofore since tbe  <constructf6n of the hydrants, rely with almost  entire safety on the fact that their property is  virtdally'secure from the danger to be apprehended from firea spreading from the b-uuY*  Ings in which they breakout.- Several fires  have occurred in Barkerville during the .past  sh ree or four years, b u t w 1 th the exce p t ion  ���������of one last summer in the Chinese portion of  the town, when the building in whicb.the.fire  broke out and ah adjoining one were. do������  ���������ffltroyed^ind the fire on Mondayyevening  -when one building was consumed, no damage  ^vhioh one or two hundred dollars would not  <overbas been sustained.; and :at this -last-  bam ed fire, although a large-wooden building  clo3ely,������djorned'6nio the one destroyed, not  -a shingle on it was injured.   With these two  Vxceptiqns, the. water.from the hydrants has  always sufficed to extinguish -the flames in. a  few minutes.   Nor is this to 'be wondered at.  ���������when we consider that a steady-stream of  water with;'a pressure ot over 100 feet is within  easy reach-of the entire town of Barkerville,  nand can be laid on any building in from two to  #bree minutes after the alarm is sounded.   Of  course, as was the case on Monday evening, a  Jfew minutes' delay will sometimes occtn in  ������e old weather in; getting the water.oa in con sequence of the difficulty of handling' the  fire  apparatus when (he thermometer is many  degrees below, zero,, biit  this drawback  is  ���������cbunterbalanced by. the" protection which the  snow-covered roofs afford to  the danger of  jfire'spreading from falling sparks, and also by  the spaces between houses where they are  closely built being .genorally filled up with  : ::snow.:-:--But notwithstanding the great effl;'  A'ilency. of; our fi re d epar tme n t, an d the little  ganger to be apprehended from fire spread-  i^an^ tether than thei buiiditig in which it  4>r igi ri ales, our ci tizens are, fo r some r ea so n  which -'we cannot comprehend, virtually^ debarred fro m- a v alii ng themsel ves" o f th e p ro -  : actio a agai n st 1 oss by fi re affo rded by I n -  ritt'rance ' Companiesi    Insuran ce Com pahieb  ���������will hot take any risks.here except at very  ieavy fates of insurance. -Fire-prbof ware-  refuses-cannot be insured at a less rate than  p' per cant, premmm; and very few stores in  fto.^ -can: be insured ai any rate because they  fare not separated by at least 15 feet from adjoining b uiiaings.   This  does, ^pot show;[. a  y^ry just, appreciation on the part of In-  iiir^nce" Co mp aoies of th e efior t s of our ci ti -  ,4B������nfi to lessen by everj means in their power  -She1 danger to be apprehended from Qre. for we  ^aye always supposed that.the more efficient  Uti.e fire department of any community, 4he  ..less the rates of insurance charged..  There is  far less danger of a fire spreading in  Barker-  vwille than in any other place in the Province.  'Ator water e an be th ro w n from the by.d ra a ts  ��������� "'**������rr any -bn'iiding in town in from two to three  minutes after an alarm, and yet Ihe rates of  Insurance are 2& to 3 per cent, more than in  places where five tim>s that time is sometimes  ~������ oh su rned I n reach i n g a fi re.   011 r b n si ii ess  people'naturaliy ennugb complain of this  itale of tbingfv which  prevents them from  ������������������ noV only insuring tbeir own properly but  also that of, others entrusted to them for  sale.   We ap prehen d th a t i f the Age n ts o f  tbe different   Insurance   Companies   doing  tuslness in this Province v/ere informed of  ���������the efficiency of our fire department, and the  Ismail risks attached to insurance policies here  vhe high mlos and rules framed tb moot ihe  state of thums existing before the formation  A Ckubx Canard.���������Tbejeport'of ihe death  of Queen Victoria received in town bv telegraph on Tuesday afternoon, in cor^eq.uence  of the line being down south of Yale^ remained, unco ntWic ted until Thursday .night,  when coaKnunication with Victoria was again  established. The canard appears, to 'have  originated in New York, from whence it was  telegraphed to Saa.FranciBCO, as no mention  of it is made, in our London telegvaow, which  are one-day later than the false-report, di is  impossible to imagine what prompted the report, as even the death of the Queen-which  her subjects in every, land earnestly hope  may be far distant���������could not be believed en  the very doubtful authority on which it  was promulgated. Stocks would not be affected, and there is no danger of the stability  of the Imperial Government being shaken  by the death of the reiguing sovereign. ��������� The  report, however, caused a shadow cf gloom  to pasa over this community, as it doubtless  did in every community acknowledging .tie  rule of the most beloved of Britain's Queens.  STEW ADVERTISEMENTS,  Notice  THE TIME FOR THE RECEPTION OF  ��������� *- Tenders for the construction of Quesnol-  ihoniti Bridge has been extended, to the  Fourteenth day of January, 1875.  Specifications will be sent to tbe Government Ofiice at Richfield,    y      :': "   :  ������������������?*���������:.     ROBERT BEAVEN,  Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works.  .   Victoria,'Nov. 16, 1874. ���������'  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  a������.  Winter Arrangement.  Pablic_ Notice,-' ���������  ue sue lie Biv-e.r  arna  *x  .'s  3  (Carrying Her Majestyjs Mails.); ; 1.7  LEAVES     VICTORIAN BY-   STUMER'  :    ....   :'::... ENTERPRISE'      .   ,../���������':''���������   ;  .: Lillooet ELEcrroy.���������Messrs. Iln m p.h reys  and Brown have been returned as members  of the Provincial-Legislature for Lillooet  district at'the -election wbteh took place on  Saturday last���������the former by;a majority of  8, the latter by a majority of 3 over Mr Saul.  This result was not anticipated'by Mr Saul's  friends, who expected that that gentleman  would have headed the poll.   This disappointment) however, was caused:by( the poll-'  ing of some 8 or fourteen Chinese, votes in  favor of Messrs. Humphreys asd Brown-; and  as tho election is to be contested by the defeated candidate, the final result will  undoubtedly be the return of Messrs Saul and  Humphreys,*'those gentfemen.' having, polled  the   largest  number  of  legal  votes.    Our  readers w.ill remember that by the Qnalifica  tioa'AR'd  Registration of Voters-Act of last  session Chinese ar������exclude&;from'exercising.  the  franchise, and the Act is so plain iu Ibis  respecti'tbatr the Returning Officer who re-  .ceJvtJ^l ��������� these* illegal voiw. mnoi. fiiarc i/oi>n  either ' ignorant,   of    this    provision . -or  a   partisan   of  Messrs.   Humphries   and  Brown.   ���������  ��������� ".' ��������� - ������������������  Accri)E.vT.���������Mr Henry Jo ties, foreman of  the VaiiWinkle Company, Lightning Creek,  met with an acciden11 ast Sunday afternoon  Which at one .time it was thoughtr would re  salt seriously. It appears that Mr Jones was  engaged in examining the Water-wheel when  he missed, his footing and fell a distance of  some seven feet> striking and gofog through  ap latfo r tn h alf: w ay u p th e wheel ;p i t v a nd ���������  falling to the bottom of the pit, a further  distance of seven feetv Mr:Jones was;alone:  at the,time,: and lie lay insensible at tbe bot-,  toni of tlie pit in the severe coid two tioiirs  before bo was discovered by; Mr Ilobert Up-  girl, thei Secretary, of the Cbinpaby,'who was  looking, for him for the purpose of paying  bim some, money. Mr .Magirr'a^sistedMr  Jones out of the pit, and; telegriiphed to Bar:  kcrvitle for Dr. Cliipp, who left immediately  for the scene of tha accident. Mr Jones re  ceived sntme severe injuries to the muscles  connected with the spine, but 13 progressing  ifavoyabi^.        ,.:  ��������� , .."-'���������  : Bishop GAKRurr.^The Rev. A. C. Garrett,  whose appointment as Missionary Bishop of,  the Episcopal Church in Texas is announced  by telegraph as confirmed, has been on this  coast many years.. He labored .some time  among the Vancouver Indians, and became  very proficient in several^ Indian .language.*-,  lie was also stationed some timeafcNftnairno,  Vi-toria, and.C-iriboo. The fervid eio'qu en ce  of his preaching drew large' congregations,  and with his laborious life won for bim the  respect and friendship.of the whole people.  Wbt-n he left British Columbia, 'he occupied  the position of Rector of Grace Church in  ! this city for some time, and afterward became  Pastor of St. James. It was wi'h great iv-  gn������t that his congregation 'parted with him  when he received ihe call to Oimii.a. Mr  (rkrrett is a student, a schohu*, and a man of  indep'-ttdent mind, wruae prmnoiinu - will  givH s;tlisfactioa to r. large circle ������������f friends  on this coast.���������[San Fruneteeo paper.  ridge.-  ^EALED TENDERS, ENDORSED TEN-  ������ der for Quesnelle River Bridge, will be  received by the undersighed up to 12 o'clock  noon on MONDAY, 30th November next, for  the:construction of a Bridge across the .Quesnelle RiveK  Plans :and Specifications can be seen, and  blank farms of tender and agreement-to exe  cute bond can be obtained at the Office of the  Lands and AVorks Department, Victoria, and  atthe Town of Quesnelle.  Each Tender must be accompanied by an  agreement lo execute a bond, duly signed by  the Coutiacfor'hrm^Hir and two responsible  residents of the Province, in a .penal sum  amounting to one-third the contract price, for  the-faitl'if'u! completion of !he Wuik:  No Tender Will b.e necepled unless accompanied with ah agreement to execute a bond  as above.   ='   i The lowest or any Tender not necrssa:rily  accepted.'  ROBERT ITKAVEN.  Chief Commissioner ������������l  L inUs & Works.  Victoria, loth October. 1874. oc:'l  FOR NEW WESTM1NSTEK.  RcjicbingYale In time to connect with tbo   .  STAGES LEAVM YALE;������ SOKBAYS  nrrivin-? al Clmton on ������wed������es>days and Barker  ville * on Saturdays. ' '-;    /:'  Slniffbs leave Barkerville on Sundays,: aVrivn* fi*-  cliiiibu on Thursdays andYulu mi Saturdays.*  cjniitocfs at Cache truck with Vuncc's* Express lor  Ok:aiaV:>n: '���������'"'   ������������������.������������������-, ���������'���������":%    -.���������.' . ;;-������������������:  A t Cl i ntiiu; w.i tb Fcr?������son Js. Kxpress fbr la 11 ooct.,  Ann with fiuligbor's Kxprc^s lor Dog Crerk. _  At  Qucsuduiuatb   wilb  Silvester's -Express Tcf  ^"^F.   J:,BARNARD   8,   CO.   ���������  Froifflit-wnill^ssfcu'gurR'ciirriyil througo ;U reason,  able row. " ���������" '���������'   ....      ������������������-'---������������������   ������������������     :      x    ���������-���������  For rates or Freight an<t Pa?sa������:-\- tippIv io  ��������� .    UMO. UV11NES, A������������n.t.  Do7 .;���������������������������-.���������. '���������      BiirkervilU*-..  REGEiVEdBT EXPRESS  : A Fresh'Supply-"  01-  11^\'&  SPECIFIC; MEDICIM2S,  ; ENGLISH,vFRK>TGH AND.-AMlSRiGAN/  ; PATENT .l-MEDlCfNEf/x^y  4S::C1EAP IS > AST STOEE II TIE  UpTiESH BRi;PS, anil ;a varletj^PIkua not. to h*  procurfctl North-.ol'.IFrisco.   ..  STATIONERY,   FKRFUMKRV..'CUTLER-f.  Warm StRENGTHKNfNG  PLASTEFW .for  /'"���������'-' .buck and chest.    .  ���������sr^a.  aclies,^a.si  ;<eiK  ^ft''Ba morals,  7   Kid Opera Slippers,  Lasting Buskins,  Sizes���������from No. 2k to 7.  MISSES a BOYS7 BALMORALS,  Sizes���������from G to 12.  CHILDREN'S .BALMORAL'S, No. 4 to 6.  INFANTS'" BOOTIES, No. 1 lo S,  LADIES & CHILDREN'S SHAKER HATS  LADIES' UMBRELLAS.  Paper Collars and Cuffs,  'GENT'S WHITE��������� SHIRTS, .  No. 15 to 16.  i &8~ Tha .ftbovo are Kew Goo-is, just received bj  'Rxpress.  .  .,     -      ., -  -      ...���������.-��������� Tho soryey parfy has reached a pniot about  ������1 m������ fire rfeptrtqenfc ivuald be altorod to ,tbroe  mllw bvlow   Si.   Utrfi W  meet onr pm*n\ oiroumstaac&s. .Fraacr virotl  Bnrk<������rTlU������. July 8.  W. D. MOSES.  ��������������� P. \ruf. 1  ja4 lm  sion on  NOTICE.  DURING ISfT  AP,.������K\'CE  FROM CARIBOO MR I.  B. FISHKK, Ai(eut of tbo H\ok QI' Brtiish So-  lnmbu, bold* my*pow������������r-or~Atlftrnfty.  iPtfAWOO������ 1/AI,UBR.  Qotd'oar IT, 1$U,  . v'.'.KO'TIp E.;. ;���������������������������;:,  *% \^If fek VretW.ud 'Thorny.  Harding, Sal������������������rf.ir-k������. P^vf r^\,'      ^ ]  tontmut to carry on liio ho-un^, mii.I aiI. p.ul   ���������������������  Ucnuu-dsau. c,l.,ct ..U -exou^.ue.^j;-f;-'������-  IlIuStAS HAitlUNG.  Wil raises-G. W. Il'^rnson and A. ivu.n.j:^    ���������  UaTHiJ.vilJa, Ocwoir.31. liT-i. ���������������" '������o  Frank''Perrett,- ���������  [NEXT DOOR to TIC TIC OFFiCLl  } NVITES YOU TO CALL AXD SEE HIK,  3.   and ������i l ns itiucb c-imfi'i'i R.r t!i<'. t������������ f: tn oi  ������s  ny oth.r m.������n cm jnvviUti' for ibe e^iuc univun; of'  ash in ihf sb.'.pe of  . WINES, LIQUOSS "3D. CISA13  :     :     v5      OP TIIK I5KST QUALITY.-  '������������������'N.B ���������To Qll up I lie Um*1^ 1 vvlll att-nd to th*  y    TAILORING   BUSINESS;  A ml SEWING M ACHINT1C work of Wvcry de.-:rripilrn  will, 5)ft doac nt.thu.sLiorO'st' ijutice ui t&tihn*M*-:  ^'nor *  FRANK ir&RRETT:..*  OlDtANWmKLE STORE  Keep on hand 6 very tiling  Ifi^Vl  :  Tli" patfAnage go Ilbordlly.ostended 8������ tft������ oV' 0^,  iBrespeuLfully- solicited for'Uie'B-evrv'-      ������pl6 &������  t& *1 te  arsons  '^c  TEAVSS .BARKEIIVILLE  FOR YALS  Lj   everyulternatoSaturduyj ���������'  '  . WXm THE TRIP IH k WEEK,  Cob    cling with  tlio StPiuncr.a  at  Quesuylmcutli.r  Y ale r an J Nu w Westm mstv r.  ���������ft. Treasure Carrlca at One-half of One  pel    'ent.  F ghfe aii'l Paaaongrrs o;irrie<! elicnpT limn '7  any nthnrU-n*. ������r*>Jo Might Trafdlfng->f !l1/*  Express. *���������  Forrf>1^8 0f Freight or Ca������sag������, apply to  JONATHAN XUTT, AfJfU^  MB  B  ���������  mm  m  m  PTHE  m  m  If  I  fBk  aim  ��������� wm  M  S  fl  ���������  li  mm  m  I  mm  THS  k������ -������������������ fflf  Alii  M  Mm:  iarket  Lays,-a :  ressfaF  Joct..' '-'1  ess Tvf  id.  treason-;  'to-*������{i  nnfc.  rvilkv:**.  'hpnuis.'.,  I las.nay;  ������������������ttTwiir:  ���������rlt1*a4'lf  ui7. ili-ui   '  rn:,  ...  HMJ.;:'.  in- ;   v.    D  (^ ���������;.���������:;,;  ASS  id toth������  5,  yoripUfft  iiJj'oiiabl*  ���������Env;  w  SAtURMy^NOF. 2t,;iH74.  "THE)  REPORTED: AEAtrlHOF cQCEEN  Aymt0Aii^Ai0  San Francisco, l3th^  last night by: ft .report iht^Qii^o Victoria  was tl earf.   TL ere U; ho 6 fficial con fir tnutio n  ���������of tbe.nimor.;.' 0^''^.^^:--:'^v:v:j.^|^;:j ���������.::-'.^' /:  San T?raft6tecoVT3th^ truth- iii  tbe report of tbe;deaUiof:Q^ >  ���������  :. ��������� ��������� _*-'r,^THEl^S'PR-ESS.. y~������<\������: .  Cl in ton; Nov. lB-li'arqarU Vgup fet'a ge left  tier* at 8 o'cldclc^hia^raornjng ;wUh Ibe following passengers;:^0 701000y-.-  M rs Toy, Van Win If le;.; Bilstand f Lipsctt,  ���������and McAlister^Barlceivillo:;:; v  Cliotou ^ returna  from iho CJinlbii Election 0/-yA ���������    7y    .yy  [ Humphvey^iyy A..0 70: y.$$7'���������������������������  Browu, ;���������, 10 *>���������������,'��������� . ot "���������-���������  A ���������;���������������������������'' Saul, i'''':y Ay.. ;.0Api[y-iiS^ 70 :  It is reportedvtliat.the election will be con^  .tented oh ticceu n t"*of \ eigli uCh I jiese'vo tea Hhat  were. poUcd-afciLij looet f i>r;rIIu in pb i������V5> and  )} r < > w a. Tl i ere is grea t exci te m en t a t th el re-  Buti, as Saiil'3 IVientU'wei'e stire of htS( elec���������  tiu u as ge a io r ��������� me 11 ibe rv.'    /', ' l;. * ;  ���������   ���������    tTa'K GRI^T^UpksE.RAOk /- <  San Francisco^ tttli^pY^r; 3&OJU) people  trti leased- the great bice al Bay J/rstKct ;Fair  gnmudi> "to-day lV)r-$ii>>0O0.v Tne real j;onlesr<.  ws* between Katie Pease and Thud Stevens,  to I* former; :..wii(.ni.njf, t\i;, two fu.raigiu Ihthhi  ".'> ior. 7 4 ii,J aii������I ^7 Mh' J*htie^l^ast* was ine.  liirnriie; with greu *������.'lil?.4 to" Sag-tins*. AIL  t li������ Ve s; I, po ? i N U is t. n i g h Cagg reg * led, ^oJ-io on  K*Ue-P.HitV, 2*275, wi Thai! S,evens, 10o5 ou  J.ji' Uauiels, -I8ii7 otMbe-'fit'ltlj   ���������-.'   .... , . ti  Yale."���������IT'- I>iviit-|>ii N^O.P.li.R.. which w������s  su. veying the e*oy.OiYs at*6vt* ilHs place, has  be������u r������unpelied"ii������ ������o$iio;wl -opera'Ions Wn ac  bin ut of 'lee rtn������iv8M/������ivy which "rend^rH work  al;'ii 2 the 1 Vi 11 iT-^. y * - r>r 1<Rt,.iger,itt'*. The party  ntiMig wiUr nwu oi* Mc- Oamsby, lefthV-re for  .Yieu������rU,:on 'Mi.mlaj> uiiirujugt:     ���������.;  "rV.; t'le'rH'M'V"cSld 'i*W to^MnvrivrT. falliifc"  ^IJoh^onv-iatO-^^isp^  News from Vientiaj nayj? in te! ligence %a^ JbjfttStT  received o f 8 trange r ii mo rs in St. Peter^Sl-irg  of a; Soci al is lip , coiisp i racy, i n; wb i ch a'���������* oh-  ������ pi rat or: made aa unsiieces8nilv:;attempt;t6.  imtrder tbe; Qzur> ���������:; Several arrests were niade}  tiOndonV l-otn���������Riots; recently ::occiir,rod ;-lti  Poland on a<iconnt of tbo forcible intrortne-  tion of Cburcb: reforms; and tlie ap point tne nX  of a jjct;������stl>y imperial .-aiitbonty.'.-; A: number -  of A the; "lately;, appointed: priests. ^ave;been^  maltreated.: A They TerrUpriuh' (^vernmeut  w here itlie: d istur.bances occji t*red ;bas bee hire-:  inforcedbytroops from"\Varsaw"and:a;niim>  ber of, tlie rio ters arrested. ; '      -,;  B eri i i\j A M \) ���������T be^NpQ nd-; arrest o^Conrit'  Von: Arnim J lias ca^d^a^rrdh^ifeiin^  in this Qiiy: A Tbe>i^eYate journals:iasiat:oil  un: explnnatioii by^thef'Goyevniiaep t'0' 0.."'  Cayenne. )13tb^he>(;a/list3'ay&  traie<l In Navari^^betweori'Vera  Tbe ��������� l^pubUc^us are marciiirig^ up.oti; tbeui. ���������  ��������� ;���������; -.''"   ,��������� :' '-   CANADA; ,, :,   "  :-0-A\  - Toronto, I2tb^Lieut.r6byei:nor Crawford  to d ayNopened the 0 n i,a ri 6 Par I ia ni e n t������ wi t b a  speecb fro i u; the ibvoue in w hi c hjie ai i noil need tl\at; tbe. aggregate^ rey,euu���������i for tbe year  would be Icertaiii to ' exceod 'the ngg'regata  a m o un tips t i itiated j and that the aggregate expenses' would Be Iesa tliaii the amount author-,  isedrio^ be ex pen tied; -V /:}'''[- A [.. '?0 1 A���������������'  ,vvay,:about-C o'clock, ibis;^eu|ng,ji sjim of  snoney Ui^lievH to ainou'ut/to^SlS.OUO.*'.'    , A  ��������� Monffea^ ISfbtr-Tbe Star says ihe -sanit iTy,  condition of ��������� Montreal' U alanning;,(J Th^  ti ii'm bei' of cas-fi ot? tyjihoi^and- smaU-pox- is:  increasing: daily rt i y   -'x\y.    ,-��������� '*���������������������������>*- y-, -  bob. A;*coi?resp^ the re^p^per  wr ap pera. are o^ en ed an d' p a piers; abslir a 6 tW:  X ^������ ^fg^sihgleVsb^mtJnt- of (reasure  wbjcb has *o*cci*red fdr years: was sent away  byjthe steamer^of;: the Htji inst; In addition  10; jlai'ge, amounts ^w h ic b": were t^ ken aw ay: in  private handsMelfeFargo^ Ex pritss shipped  '$J(0.H2 a^'ftllows^-^I^aiik of:BritisbGolum^  biaV^^oH^aiiko^Britisb Norlli^AineriOai  ������^6.Ml5^fecUer^50,t2?: ..'...  Grain is arriving in -to wa from Saanich tn  amrtli vesse^s.v 1/;v .    ���������...: ��������� "*',,";'���������' ��������� A' '"'  ... ' At' l^vq^cj ocfooTlmrRrlay n igh t Mr George  'HudSon| keep^of the; 'M^rketExcbaiVKei Fort  ;stveet;' leifc'd^fii������������������ itt-1 he street op!p< si eiWiil*-:  i ler?s! cpnje^tidnery,; and r:;ekpired stiddeol^y  At tli^tii^e: ^f.tiie.:sad oil  hla^ay^on^Trom^a 'LotlgO ;tnee'lit!g^^ftlr  H ii d so h h ai beVn cb m pla i ni ng for a few day %  before vbiS1 deij������iBe^and; it a p pears that be; li ad  a presentimeriji ,of his approaching emfe.' Just.  before fall^ig;be> heaved a heavy: sigh and  (J^pp^eCto^iJie ��������� ground. :'Cause of' death  a:neurisrn of tlie htiart. *:   A ���������- ..ly-'A--, ���������  /AUv Sharipe;^iipeijinIendent of Abe JLunatic  A^liimyandJprOljab largest inanJn, the  P roVtncei^waft: married1 oil ^Tniirsdayjevening  ^Mis^:Mil8aiii{a;.la:dy recently arrive.rhbm  -Englatid."0'4' ���������.,, .'(. ,       ������������������:. ... xx7A   A  'Mr Tbom^jiodge^^balcer and grocer^ of  Victoriav diediat Tijo^clocJc: lasteveniiig. V ;.,  r Tbe, Hudson "Bay Company7s/land a������^le at  Rort Gu rry lias ��������� b ee h. v er y h i i ceess I u I;" A - i o n|  $lOO;oafefew tb of- land has 'been disponed of  pt^ot) by 101) ���������went;lrpui ^600 to,������S7������0.':V/  ^^tlbp Vows,--Mes^rs-jKiirtz and Brig gs  /:...;  tia^ lately join^fbbi'c^  C .Strouss r&Go^ Victoria^ i  iPl^tchervhas also com men ced Vhsines&laVjor 1,.;:;  tork:; and Mr John Hendetseh, of the Black    v  Jack, company, -William^  chased Eckstein's hotel, eitiikted1 n^ few inileit  from Victoria   It is a good'ijdgjiiy to se������ >,  so.manypf the men (w]io.have i^ade money,   ,  ^|lbe IMej.8etH^gf'do^  ^^^^rovince.'"::;'   '   '   ''' '^A    l1    ' "' ,?> J;"- ��������� y  t*0.  yr"y\  1A t> V     H      J Ames D������ j'iig'l a a j was lau ached, y esiertl ay, y iShe  ^8      wiil receive bor'. bij-iiera aud ���������:'m������iclun^ry al  hirig-  to)", fln  ess.  YALE  2E!  ti;lmcutb#  of 0xi3  ��������� turn ''f  frtSti^atuL tbevv^s^ni'V.probability:that a few  nifilii.M." more  wi-'I; rn;tke( "it'so* low* -tliat tlie_  ������ieanicrH eaiinofiuo^ ;  ,   ,        : ,    *  v 0 ho  wire for' Ufa: secilon b*������tw<'on Cache  On^c aiitt Kunj^  gr*iph irriv'Mi liore.: I>v lasl *r*l������*urn^r. and Will  luavf . berfit:\pi;.'^J*������^-^4*i.li|v-by L.tWreuce &,  Rtih'y-a tCuin.1- >?���������. v " 1 7 ' -" -   '" 7:: -    ���������.  X.yAyyiyittxrpR  Victorl't.: 11'h-Jnd^e Peiiiberton. and��������� '}ir  Fls'fer-.J^Pi.^oVy*^^1'^^^^-be*r. the ca?e "f  t w ������> vm i I o rs.. ���������'. of:, t b el. My 1*111111 i on w It o s la ri������I  char=r^d ��������� with.vv������ylHyiii^;Hod irnbbiesr i)  ftloa-- *s Ob 1 o*'ho Cook, -i.iie p v 'id������ n 0 w o t wi die  p������: I'bou ���������,' iy) 1 ie bf CO r ry j������ 1' ir at t*d tti a t ������.s f th e o 61 ri  \). do Aii t v #A* .11 ea *;< 1������ a 11 d the ��������� p r; ^ one is,, we re  ���������Com:-nitf,i!d'-.f6r.trjiiV������t-lhp  A-^S xe^. ^  lS peeiia ������**w������. of; ���������> 1 d d ������ n d:������i 1 v ������������r I������par j n (j q������1������ r t /  >ent liuvvii by A. bYauci.s. ji>, as^ay $2,0du to;  ,tbe ton.> X ���������; y xy \ ���������;��������� X. ^yl... ��������� 'A A.      XX. ���������'���������'  ' Th^ s*eam^bipL:is Ang-'lcji "tiiijce? away 250  to.ns freight, consisang of sugar, cranberrier*  a������.d bides.-   .������������������������������������������������������ ^.-y. :-.,,',..,...,... .yt.  The. Dominion  Government Fteomer  Sir  J  wi  Spiral 1V fou it dry. *Thej steam er ha? b������en rebuilt from the water-li op. newly coppered,  and wi U h e fitted.no wi th a b an *i��������� b o m ������ ce h in  aiid/uUie^aipn*>\\ 1 tiueiiu*i- ���������"rJbe.entire.;cost will  be aboilt $kso,oU0.  It ia estiiiiated that tlie T,os  Angeles will  c rry.a5ya"^r-ba t $4fK).O0j) in cold to-'Iay.  :-   KcksUi j's hoiel was Hold to Mr John Hon-  d'rsen, latp.ot Cariboo.  The ship G n7.a, which a.tiled from "Hastings  fyills s:iinc teb .iluya a.gbV put back-yesterday  m orning, ha ving ei ic 0 n nterp <1 heavy weal h <?r  and sprung a. leak when off Cape flattery.  A Chinaman charged  with having commuted perjury at the last Assizes w^s ar-  ������������������r r������*st e (1 y as tor < I ay and. com in i \ ted to r trial. .  Capt. Lewis., yes terd ay assumed cbmiiiand  of tho steamer Enterprise.  ,' .. y 'xyy yJ'A EUROPE.  Tlendage,. lUh���������Repubiicans opened fire  00 thoCarlists at Mount St. Marino yesterday  end carried several positions with severe loss  to ins urge uts  London,  I2thi��������� A Standard special from  . liendaye says tbe retreat nl the Car lists from  Ii'un ended in a stampede.- Hundreds of  Im 1 ruing houses marked the progress of the  lie publicans, who occupied 8an Mo a til at 9  o'clock on Thursday morning, and were on  ��������� their way to destroy the iDimdrics at Vera, to  which place tlie Gart$ste first retired. Tho  CarliPts burned the houses.ol Republican  sympathisers belore leaving tbeir old po^-l  .   tfoua.  titl^Hi of sugar can^ValV over the colintpV;  level leu. The'towns On ,5. the north const are-,  flooded, and cattle, goods and Jiouses swep't  "away. .        ; T" :00  EAR'  JrAAvE.    .  Panama.  IGih^-Abeai-y. earthquake was  feltHir Chil^  after niid fAighl : durauon-^0 seconds. Much'  alarm was ci used v.in V*al parai?o and S.an j,i -.-.  ago. AH the'piil'lic clocks were stopped.and-  t-ivr* walls of ���������jjome-iofi 1 he;churches and,hqus.es  ^pliir "Tlifl shocU W:^:,rnllif.vvod b-y A?r -l  ihe 1 h(*un0meter of 2 J d errrees: Vessels at  anctK������r ^������H-the;Shnclr vpry^severely. : louring  the week tremors were felt;5. r        ;   -.>  JlMlNGTNTELLlGillSOR      ^ -  " -i ��������� J. TJ v %���������' X- .- ":      ,.���������;���������.'.;.,,.,,. ���������'���������,���������'/     ': '  "������������������'-'.���������  *;    .; XIOHTN'fNU CRB)EK." vx7 ���������> y 0 r;.  :x Spru cft^coj "sti II; pros pectin g. VanWiti kle  co. vbadHSO^K. last weel^'--��������� Victoria cohliad5  '���������ioOHtz" lasti'week, v Vancouver * bad^250 ;��������� 0%:  \$$$  etliaesdayi  by  ;ndou tomorrow.  1,     /    CONKtlN Gt'LCJT.  j._ Fergusonkcn,jwashed np70 oz.'last week,  JindjrMp'.' o^;iip to .FiJdayjTOon.* ��������� Ontario j pp.  pkmstht^P^ Cbipp having receivfdb^   -  last Express a fnrtber. addition: to Jiis.etocfe* i>  pf dental .instniments, is prepared to lit an^/; ^  scale.rteetli'refficiently;. He' may--b% ebbsuItefaAyA.^  s^tliisWiig StoredBark^  ning creek every*;Sunday until1 noon/ > ^ .   <;��������� 0y.  ;^Fast. TiMR^Oa::Sunday ^atternabniiwl ���������   '  \YUpciqtrf3 gLigbtning. Expre^s^m^ aj^tat^V"/ [  trip fvopk Lightning to Van Winlcle^-liS.miieil[   /.  ^i a; 1 vhoiir ^nd^: m^  pagesr^tbe,fastest time omrecotd;   - ...     .,.;".  ��������� \. yy.A.:A ��������� Ay ������������������ '���������:- r .  '.': ���������; v :..-��������� ���������'���������.���������' ��������� a:.0'X' <x0.0J" ���������' .'���������'  ��������� Tit k WiiXTi! Eur^O^  :momtster registered 18 below* Keren. Tuesday* *- ���������'  IC, Wedhesd1 ay A) 2... Thursd a v, 8 yOhiXrt&AyXy  the ^weather was miltl, ancl about 2iuclivs ^ V  snow fell. " ,;'-;.- y     ��������� \'s''"���������' '- ?; :y-l   ,   . ���������  , TuE;,yEx^ssy is^exp^cted ' -/  .o'clock^.tMs.feVenlng. /" f...',' ,    ,; \  Scilobt^dpEKt^Q^f he -B^  SchoolJwas.ire;-opened on Monday;J Fifteea;^..  children are^n tbe school register.*     ,   {���������������',>.  ���������'���������.'������8t������--#-  :Xi:  LAST; NIGHT'S:;R.EPGRT, c f  .    v SODA CR^ISK.  ' >���������/ '  Soda.: Creek; '���������', 2<T]t*i.:-Ohristo phr p ' Jlrn fi lis  here, on. Monday lust from bear!  r  *roin "died  '* li s������!i se (1 i 1 on g s t * .ri d\ng.    \ \������ wa s a ii a ti Ve "1* f  Si al to, Sweaeii, and aged aboUt'^S yeaxs  of  0:7 "' '^yiyXi^iTJLVf'^ 7ix 10 ���������  S:Vn. Frauc!scb^4Pl,!1~^at^^! o\^ir -and  cold ; first henvy= frtist Litis* 1 uf������rning. -; .  .. M11 oil 1 n 1 er e.-> t ��������� is.; 1 n aui (es te d i n/ sp Q ri in gj.  ;; ry les 0 v ��������� j i*.ig vp at tr* 11.U h g ��������� r a ce in - n������ or. ro w  b e t we������' n 0 cc������ de n' 'f. F u Her to n. and Sn m; P11 v 'b  -'mi:;.,?3,6.0,6������:.v In pools OccidentAi&y WiiLiJie  ' fii vo ri te, F111 !.��������������� rlci u se c o n d. S������, ni V11 rd y. tb i rd,  The se vent h sbiry o r 1 b e Fa 1 aco II < 1 te 1 is  ne.arly 0 p ! fc will h t e 1 a s t i u the s tr 11 c ti * re.  The-liii.il ding compU'teiy Shu Is out the head  0 f' M t n t o m e ry s tree f, and in -������k es i 110 ok I ike  A short alley. Men are at work in building  day and night _      . c-  The B rt* Ish war Vessel Pe trel, I ro nt' Mazx t-  lafi, arrived Ust n'gnfc.  EUROPE .  London, *fOtfT��������� A meeting of Roman Ca-  t'oo'icd was held at \Vilits'.moms this evening  {<> consider questions raised in the oonlro  versy between Gladstone and Archbishop  Manning. Speeches were made denouncing  i tn pu tat i 0 n s 1 ��������� n d' assu :n p tions i ri Glads tn n e >  recent speech on the Vatican decrees. Il'so  Iuli0111 were unanim0usiy nd0pted declaring  ikat civil liberty is in unwise ailected by the  decree of Papal Infallibi it/.  VICTORIA.  MafcquL 20th���������The Victoria Weekly Standard of 18th inst. contains the '0 lowing items:  It is rumored that Uriah Kelson and others  bave purchased the machinery of the II. D;  Comp'*tiyasteamer Marten, at present lying  i n Kambid ps Lak e, \ n d i n ten =1 to-Tn u t it i 1. iy  a boat which they are about to build in this  harbor lo run ill Suckeen river the ensuing  summer.  I-Jan. Mr Boaven returned on Wednesc]ay  evening from lii������ tour ol inspe-.-tluii over tie  Hope wagon road, having driven a buggy  from Mr Brown's place, op pi mi U; New Weai-  m i nsier. lo Pop cu m. Wa 1 ke d I h e n ce to lin p e.  and returned by canoe lo New Westminster,  Further Ontnplninis roach us of irregular  ities in th������-"Mils' between tbk my sad toh  0    A0 THB\OGEAN.   ��������� rf^  v Considerable ��������� interest has ,been  excttei r  among mercantile' men "iii; New JForlc ani?  other,Eastern: cities by the reported discovery ' \Xy  iof a-large reef.almost.-in the;/direct ;line ot  ���������European Bte^m^rsV^ap^intPicass  hark .Teressa, ,'made the - discovery, and xe- -  .-.-  portsthe rock.: orreef, in the AtlanMc Ocean, f '  ���������company Vdjnin rtg the:old United���������started <|at.,40,N,l.and long. G&W.   The rayslery of iv������  sinking yesterday. ..:���������    .'.   .; _     , . "r   1 he President;City'of Boston- Pacific,"..Ifnited .  A ~ r >   '���������f -"  ' +*a������ A '' -"  ::i ���������' y 7 7    j Kingdom, 'and many - other  noble Vessel* ^  ��������� FrRE.-Oa'.Monday   night   last,  about 7  which have .been lost, without lea-ving.behina...  ircl.oclv"."^. 'fire?brbve" 0ut 1 n iu'fe o-wei 11ng - *t.  inched.:, to' "the rear of 0*Ronoel?s Livery  Stab 1 oa in^^Rarl^ervi 111^'^ ahd:; theAfltimes[^ivdl;  gut bed %ucli- head way be foretl fie' fii^ was'disj  tiineVtljaKhe. whole, premise^  in a abort time.   The.:horses.vwere removed ut Bermuda Island,, arid is'..therefore'in" th9.   ���������  safely and nearly all, the^^ to  The firemen.were onlthospoi Wort afleV. thei:fuvrticularly'^^^^^^^^^:  ��������� -  l ������ s:e:imslnps, excepting one;or,two,-.:wbicb still  adherevtO: ther-dangeronsrMbrtbe^^ass^get iy  for: the sake of gaining! time/ The sjbt ybet?S:-7  the r^ef:is placed, has ��������� been; bei ieved^too '^00/  ever since the ex tensive soundings 'otl'the:; At^/7  lantic;;which have ; btfenr.prosectited'/nipei&x  1885, a continuation of tbe great.'siibmarjho  valley wliicV ?������^ said:to ���������extend'frpni some:;2ft() :  jy  .   !A,-y.  ���������,x:  tlie'latitude New York., and in a straight. Jihflr" " '  from West to.East.Js ;aboufc 550^milea/froffii ������������������������������������'������������������  Ufew York harb^r, an 1 dIrectif 0n the conrsQf> ���������  ocean ��������� steamers, in what it5 known as tbe>'  id trm ; was; giyen, bii t m cp nse(lueuc.e of the  bay iu tho-. 1 oft havi ng caugh t fire before water  ; vv as laid on, t hey -cotil d 'do no mo re tli an con-  fme the fi re to the b ni I di ng i n, wh i cli it broke.  ijh U T h e re ui ar [dxb le e ffidie h 6y[ p f;; Hi e in ea u s  0f extingulshing. iires: in: . Barker������ytlle ��������� wRS  th oro u gh ly ^ tes ted. "������������������-.Whe n: a stream-0 f wa ter  : from the u pp.et h y d ran t. w as bvo'tigh t to bear  on the 11*1 meat he ftre; was 1 hint that moment  sub d ued' and kept w. i] b in bono d s, al tb ou gh  when the first. water w as thr0Wn. the bu'iId i iig  was one,mass of flames, and the adjoining  Iargerwooden ������uilding occhpied. by Ur' Lip-  sett escaped' wilbont a^iingle being iiijured.  The firemen and citizens deserve the greatest  praise tor .the energy with which they  worked. The thermometer marked i degrees  below zero, and the spray from the pipes wet  i n g m an y 0 f th em, im m e d i a te 1 y form ed a n r -  very comfortable, mantle of ice.. The fire  originated from a lot of wood placed care*  leady near the stove in the 'dwelling taking  fire. Mr 0*1)0unci's Iofs will amount lo abou  $1000. not covered by insurance.;.-*.\  QutcsxiCLMouTU BitiDCJE.���������In order to afford  an opporlunity to parlies In this (lis iri ct de-  siioiisof;!e.i,.derihg for the constrnclion of ib *  Quesnelraoulb bridge, tbe Hon. Mr Beaven  Chief Commissioner of Public Works, li������j������ ex  tended'ihe time for receiving nniil 14th Ja ���������  iMry next. Specifications will also be sent  to the Government Agent.at Richfield, where  they can bo examined* We arc informed  that the bridge i? to be built in the mo-t sub-  stanlial mannerrwilh stone- abutments, and  that it ia intended to have it completed eaily  next summer.  MuTTO*.-~Aljoni 260 {sheep, in very good  o������flk������r, for VanVolkenburgh &���������������������������Oo.. tnived  oa Thursday*.  milesv.off .tlie: cbast:qf f?ewfbuudhind; tothti.;  G\\ I f.of Mexico ,witb a imp deviations off Bei'*:  muda.   The depth of ibis vportioa/:ot^;th^; ���������  ocean is:given-by the best autlioriUes r^tsorao:',  #00- fathomsoOr nearly three: milfc^ii :  rock, according to (Japtain "Picasso's calon la*": A  tion; atAn distance.'.: of fbur1 miles,! -was It- feel ���������  iiutxif water.a^atimoof .me-atf-io^; water i^-fc;":  high water the rock.would ^b'e^.coy.ered'i.^.ni^^,  1.1 letely, and therefore;0ut. of. sight.;and :evea 1\  when atlta full h^igh' out of water; ;tlmfeo-;v;;  lioti of the sea would under general ciiVeufa* ���������  stances cover it. as waves are 18 feet :nlgb������  Wi I hout any special - result b fa tern pes ty or  storm.   It was, calm when the master of, tho  Teressa sighted it. or else he would bavo  boon able io beat up to it. " The rock would  not be visible at nijrht.   By many it has.b'ee'a  iiilien to be a wreck.   This discov������ry:is one  01  the m ns t import an t iii a fine Wen Is o f:.: tbo  year, and will lend-to the future oreservatloa  of-tile and valuable property.��������� [Americivs  paper.',-    . ''       ��������� . *^*  Bkukkucy. September, 1869.-  .fjfeelita duty Itiwe to you to express_  ffrathmie for the great benefit-1 have derb  Gentlempfix  gram one tor tne great oeuem-1 waw ucavets  uy taking ��������� Norton's Camomile Pills.' I *P*  plied lo your agent, Mr Bell, Berkeley, to 1?  tho above-named Pills, lor wind in tUe.ato.rn*  act), from which i suffered exenicu*nig .paia  for a lemrth of time, having tried, nearly  every remedy prescribed, but wftlmnt deriving any benefit at alt After biking two  bottles of your valuable P?|Is, I was qmt������  resiofed to my usual slate ?( health. Pleas������  give this publicity for ^benefit of thos a-  who may be thus affii^ted.���������1 am. sir. trnlf  yours. H������ntT AttP^^���������Tojba Proprkte#  W Noa^-o^'a (hump*  ,'t ���������j.r  . -New Tin Shop,.-  STANLEY,    ���������    *    LIGHTNING CREEK.  T'LIWDHABD rs AGAIN TO THE  FRONT  ���������   with extondeJ facilities so do all kinds of work  ro lilBiiiio.  A largo aasor I to tu % of  ��������� LAMPS.  STOVES, COOKING UTENSILS, &o.,  n band,  tlvttd.  and NEW GOODS  constantly  t-tcfiisr re  ���������   wAlb 3m  ;. G., BYKNE8,,  ..'/     BARKERVILLE,..  Auction r, Commission  and ������������������ Mining; Agent,';  ici  T^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THr  ^���������������������������following arc (lie Boundaries of th.  ff n.dRfcordifig Districisin the Province ol  British Columbia: /  ���������     NEW WESTMINSTER" DISTRICT.  ^-Goodg received and r tonal In FIRE-PROOF  ���������CELtLAR, mid liberal advances mado-on sanio, at  Tousonablo rates. my 9 6 in  ���������'J...-SAMUEL  SMITH,  STANLEY,    v " ..:. LIGHTNING CREEK,  ���������Has on Land a choice.stock of       '  Provisions, Groceries,   '  UQ00BSf CIGAES, CLOTHING, &C.;  which bo will sell,,,. Ayl       .-....,...: \ <  WHOLESALE AND RETATLi AS CHEAP  ���������'-, iy 1  AS THE CHEAPEST.  . v ~ * aul���������'��������������������������� ���������-���������   say  f.%  . T^tok THIS DATE THE ASSAY Charge  A? yt'ot lots of Gold Dust'of Fifteen Ounces or under  ;: ^^UCED TO TWO-DOLLARS,  "'.���������^Ai'fyfX-i.   .-:-.   X. , .' ' i:7  y. /_'.  4'y.'- --.-'' '."���������.���������'.'��������� '���������-������������������  jfttft latter payable In adranco.  ."���������������������������r:'a^thl.August, 1874' v ..'���������',-  W. EITCHCOCK.  "'���������������������������- ������u29 Ira  Tho Land Recording District of-New West-  minsler shall be bounded on the South'by  the Southern*Boundary of' the Province (the  49th Pa rail el of North Latitude) Ito tt point  about 65 mi lea East froni the shore of the  Gulf of Georgia, said"point being the South-  Eastern corner of Now Westminster District,  and the South-Western corner of- tho Yale  District;   on tho Enst by a line (beinpf n)so  the Western boundary of the Yale District)  running North from   the said So nth-Eastern  corner, crossing Fraser River about 8 miles  above the month of Harrison River, to a distance o( about 45 miles, and thence Northwest by North about-51) miles, at-tin average  distance of about 10 miles East from the general  course of-the Douglas  Portage; to the  North-Eastern comer of said District, which  is also the North-.Western corner of Yale District ; on tbe North by a line (befog also the  Southern boundary,-in; part, of the Lillooet  D ist rie t), then ce ru n n ing, Wes t fro m s ai d 1 ast  named corner, crossing Lillooet Lake at a  point about eqhi'distunt from'either. enc!, and  touching the extreme Northern point of Jer-  yis Inlet (which is tbe-South-West .corner of  Lillooet District) thence to Forbes Bay on  the shore of Desolation*: Sound ;  and on the  West,- by.a line running through tjie.middle  of I Homliay Channel  to Sarah: Point;-and  thence in a straight line.Southerly to the most  Westerly point of Savary Island*; tbenco to  j mid-channel of Gulf of Georgia; thence to  the centre of Sabine channel to the boundary  of Nan aim o Land Recording Pist riot, follow;  ing through Ihe centre of said'channel to a  point opposite Point Up wood, Texaija Island;  thence following the mid-channel of the Strait  of Georgia to tbe North-Eastern corner. of  G6wichan District-;   thence VVes-t on the 491h:  Parallel to point "of cbra men cement, and shall  include   the   following   Islands :���������' UolFy^  .' Mary/ ' Melville,*' Morgan,'; Otter/'Mink/  4 Rugged,' * Snvary/ * Harwood/. * Texada/  i.Hardy/-   tNelwnn..? , * Caotam/'"'. iPen.i.sOn.'  ������ Thormandy/ ��������� Trail," White/. ���������Anvil.'' Defence/  'Woolbridge/   ������Gambier/  'Keats/  * Bbwen/" Pauley/,* Popham/ ' Woojcombe/  and * Pussa#e/and all other email Islands not  j enumerated within said boundaries.,  .oral District, being also the North-East rcor-  uer of New Westminster District^ thence following the Northern and7Eastern boundaries  of the Yale Laud Recording Division to the  point of commencement;-;/ ;��������� ���������   :; -y yy iy  district ;0Fv,;yale ��������� (^odrobs;;  'y7iypi������lS^).X7A/y7xxA7  The Osooyoos^ iliaud: JRecordih^ District  shall be bounded-bn^tbe South by the 49ib.  Par a I lei. com m enci ng a t _a p o i u t (0 ei ng a 1 so  the South-East corner of :the Yale Land Re-*  co rd i ng Di v is!p n) ; then ce runn ing West; to  t he Wes tern b oundary: of; JCoo ten ay District  thence running Northward ra long the said  Western boundaryA'ioi the South-East corner  of the Kamloops Land Recording Division ;  thence following the Southern and Eastern  boundaries of said Land Recording Division,  . to the South-Wes tern corner, of the said Karnr  loops Land Recording Division; ihence due"  South along the boundary '-of the '-Yale Land  Recording Division bo, point of commence-  rneii-t.  of North Latitude:? on the East by the 124th  Meridian ������f West Longitude'0 on the North  by the (JOth -yaiSlllsJ*.|-^|Utt'4������������������5S5,Jt"h"������^^etft by  Alaska- a -Tewlijtdrr^-'of*:f|ii������^'',XJiiitedl' States of  America, "'r0'y'���������:"'��������� A.A. 7 ������������������'������������������:'17 00- y. v  ;::: ROBERT BEAVEN,  ".:-Chief Oommi8sio;iier iands������& Works;  Lands and Works-Office.'7 0701 :v->'���������:-%..' ���������  ���������-. Victoria, July. 18th, 187*. );  y y     $e6  fil^^  .        Public Notice;.  PRI V A TB   BI L L9,  .AllapplicatloBsfor Private Bills, properly the  aubJeeVof legislation by the Legislative Asscnii'Iy ol*  British'Columbia, within the. purview of '.' The British  North America Act.1867," whether for the erection of  n Bridge; tho making ol* a Kuilroad, Turnpike Road, or  Telegraph Line, tho construction or improvemoct of a  Harbor,; Cauul, Lock, D:im or Slide, or other I i Ice work;  Die granting of.a right of F'-rry; the Incorporation of  Any particular trade or calling, or %>f any Joint Stock  Oo������nna.nr: or otherwise for granting to any.individual  .orindividu ils any.exclusive or peculiar rigli ts or privileges^ whatever, or for; doing, anyY matter or th j ng;  ^hfeh in^its operatipff.M;ouId atrec'l ihb right or prV)p-  verty:pf other.parties^ orrelatb to any piVrtieiilar chiss  *f the cqmthun i ty; or for making any a men ii m e n 1 of a  like nature to any former Act,������������������shun, require .a ��������� Kotice,  DISTRICT-OF YAf.B (YALK DIVISION).  The Yale Land Recording' Division-shall  he -bounded on the West by a line commencing on. the 49.h FaralhM.nt North Latitude.  65-miles East from the Gulf of Georgia, being  also the South-Eastern corner of New Westminster Land Recording District ; thence  North abont 45 miles ; thence North about  45 miles ; thence North-West about 50 miles  to a point being the North-Easlerly corner ol*  New Westminster District; thence East about  87 miles to a- point near the juncliori.of the  Thompson and Nicola Rivers; thence in ������  South*Easterly direction, rnnning parallel to  the ge n eral: co it rse b f, the. N ico 1 a Ri V e r, an cl  distant about 7 miles therefrom.,for a^distarice  of a bout $5 mi lm to Go! d.wate r R i re r j; th en ce j  in a Sonllierlyr direct ion along tbe trail- to a'  LILJCOOBT- DISTRICT;   '     yA  Tlie Land Recording District of: Lillooet  shall be bounded oil tlie.East'il>jr"ftiihV(t*������![np  also the Weaterri^bdiihtU  Kobt en ay   D is t'Aipt)  oomme n ci rig 1 from the  North-Eastern corn-erqr'Ya  trlct.fi thence foil o w i n g; a co ii rs e pa ra 11 e 1.. ;to  ! th e ge ne rai c o i i r so' o F. I h e. Co 1 litubiiVftiyer; and'  [ about ten miles; distant therefromV 50lmiles.  to a pol n t. o n th ei' 5 2d Paral I olio tiNoi' th: La t i -,  tnde, which ���������isvthe^Nortli^isternico  said Lillooet D is t i; icl������i - an d 'the -So u th - pa s f e Hi  corner of OaHU'oVtf&fStn^  the said 52<] Paraliel (beino; also llie iSoujliern:  bonndarr of Oariboo .il)istricf) biros-*ing  thi*  Cariboo Kbadvat'tlio^i^Sth^in^  distanceof aboutJSiO :^}\^B^-fo^poi0;'6n\fh^:.  1241 h Mer id i a n,: yvh i o fi* is jitiid:������������������-NO rt h -lVV e s t er iv'  corner of said Tjil looeif^District, a nd/the Sou tb  Western corner of C?inhoo��������� District-;  on;5tlie  West by the SHidOi24thWendian; a distance  of about 126 miles,' to the point, where tin*  said Meridian A intersects: the Northern bdiih-  bary of. New :Wes'ttninsteri^Dirtric^'^at^tlie:  Northern extremity,ofvJieryisvlnlel*;  on the  Soulb by the Northern  boundary of : New  Westminster District ;.* to a the .Norlh-Eastei'n  corner of. said, district <whicfi������ is also the  North-Western; corn.^i1 of, Yale Electoral: Dis,-  trlc t) a n d : th e ri ce -i.fi y> jh & Nor h ev-fiyh oit^i d ary,  before describe^ ;ofoflaidv-YaTe-������EIectora 1 Dia-  tiict, to tbe SouthlltJast^rn corner,ofisaid Lii-  looetiDisiricf, whiebjs; also;.the,.iNiirth-Eastern  corner of Yale JEleclorat:iWbtrict������-^     A:,  VTOTICE IS HEREBY QXW$K THAT/ CKOTTX  JA G rii n ta; v/i 11 l������n issucd to tho; u a durm en.tjpoed.  Miniiig Conipiiiiies'for Land claimed' hy theniy -In no*  cordfuico with "The Gold Mining* Amendment Aet,;  lS73I,rsiX'rY;*1(80) PAYS from the djile hereof,;���������"���������:pro-  isrifleJ-noobjeftiiou is lodged against tlie issuing el" th*  S'i i(������ 1 tl rn n ts ,\v i l h t lie Ch i ef Com in ission er ��������� ot* L&n <\9  aiiil Wor kn ijcrore tho expi ratio n ot, th e said six ty  flays, riz.:��������� ���������. "yy ry y *v-������ AA- A7 ���������'��������� :%{ 'A.0.0-}���������  The Black Jf������ck an������l Burns Company, hill claim.  ��������� . Tho Myrtle Company.. v     ��������� ���������-  "' ,T!nji BullarjLt Company..' , ���������"      .  The SuiJu in Company. ;  ''' y.X.y Th������"Aiuhar;,'n ^Uom.piiny;v^ \7a yXt} Ay '��������� '-y-yX  .'-���������:,.: .Tiie'.F;ir^stHqse,COtnprfl������y.-'. i.7Ay7.is 0,7} ������������������  The Union*Company, v -."'������������������;  The,IiKu-pcmlent Company. ^    ���������  Tlie' Mi:irl wood C*������rip:iuy.  ypinVis.he' thoioihiugi.TOun.r61;Liinoj; hy the. ������bor������  iC'jmp:mhs C:mi ho soi?u at, tho office of the Oovf-rn.  momAgj'Uti Cariboo, for Sixty days;from tho dnW.  .hereoC.     A: *-y.  ,   ,-��������� ��������� ' "-.  ,   ., .       JIOBERT BKAVENT.      0-..  ' '       CliP'f C.'mmispiojic/ ofLanua aiiir Vor'fS  I^ndp an-1 VV(ti'k������ T>'{> trtoi-ht,  Victori l,-July iJQch, 1$14.        :    v ftU*  *X������������������ Z0 ^Xv^'''.' ������������������! '^A- ^nauJi���������'IW1'. iWin Vw.'.-..  i*~j������a, Cic JtrT-^wtvj^XJN^j  Cy.lpl������raie;<r  r>isTRrGT:orkootENAY.  The L-ind R^cor/lin^Df^rict^f Kobtenay  ���������..j........... ,,^-, c^tii. rvquire .a; JNOtice, in a       ,���������w ll(K,..w H  ��������� dearly and distinc tly specify i ng the nature am \ oi >jcci n 0 in t 2 mi I eqHVes t o f Pr i n ee ion t i htmoa A ,\ a  ������fjhe.applicatioii, to be "published, as follows,; via,; S   Ut\\\ "/,     0:1 ly    ,7? "h W   x  X*  A. No.tico: inserted iln tii������- vtrii^u rki^^i^ r*....^.-- boinhto.ine 4Utn rarallol, abpnfc 3.S miles  A Notice ihser ted * I ri'.11 li o Bri lis li CoJ u mhia Gu 20 tto,  sad- in ;o������e hewspfip^r published In the district afr  lected, prif there be no newspiiper published thorcin,  then in a newspappr in the. nextv noRrest district in  which a nowspa per is publ ishe. 1; ' "y  ���������   * j       Such notice shall be coDtinderl In each caso for  i A period qfat least six weeks, dnrinic the Interval of  -tjoie between:the.close of .them-xt preceding Session  aad the,consi(Iei-������ition pf the petition.  -: '.Before any Petition praying for Inn v^ to hfinJ?  : in'd Private Bill for tho erection of a Toll Bridge is  jiresented to tho Hfjiiise, Aho person or prrsoos mtend-  Jn������f:.to petition for sue It Bill shall, uptiu giving tbo notice proscribe'' in the pr*<wdtng "Rule, also atthe same  time, and in the sMne nvmnor, givo notice '-of the rates  . which they ihtcn.l to ask; the extent of tho privilege,  the heis-fat of tbe arches, ihe interval  between the  abutments oj piers for tho passage of rafts or vessels,  Bml meiwtdning also whether they in tend "to er-'ct a  ^drawbridge or not, and the (]im<"n<ions of the same.  J. KOWMNT) HETT,  ju4 . Clerk of the Legislative Assembly  thence along the said parallel to the" point oi  commencement. Ay -  ��������� . UI  ission*  il    011 and.a*4Cr tkQ      ���������  ������.  y  G-IVE2T   THAT  FIRST VAX OF KOVEMWR NEXT,  ������ntil the 20ih Xav, 18W  S"*f P1'^ hl lm r���������*  Bifthfield, Tth Qck-ber, Ufa  ir. M   HALL,  Gol I Coainii������si<>ji*r.  DKTKI0T %%���������0���������������  menemff at u point 2 milog \y���������t ^f M ������u "'  rnon.nK.dueEast to theSo.Uh poin o 01 a .'  r.Knn L������kB;  th������nce oa Um i.*t by ",!.<���������  running Northwanl, and following the Es  em shore of Olcanasnn L���������fca "l Z b*Z -  thence due North to Round Lake ��������� Znee on'  the Sooth hy h line running doe East to the  Extern boundary of Yolo Electoral Di^ricT  being aleoYthe; Western hoondary of TCooft-  m Dntruti;  thence following the Ve\,ero  boondoryoi Kootnrmy Dmtncf, W tfe North  B������ corner of Yale niectoral 04fWc?f W  on the Nnrth by the Southern boulfdarV io  part of Lillooet District, running, wS from  abo,������t  bo  ,r,,les,  tn a  poiot or, the N, wh  Thompson Rir������.r (Meridian B.-nd) AbX,     -  oulee North ofKnmloops ; rteoce in ������   ; J/  ������ne. about   15 ,���������!,,,,  So^h 0^^^������  thenee m a direct line about������ ffioX"  sh������ll he boundedoo [|,e;We.nbv thebiddVe  described r'.u.������tern .boiindiifies of' Yale;:EleeV  tora! aod Lillooet Districts up to the .North  B^T. %������'''\f r?f: W'^^tOistricf, which is  fi*I lh������ So������tb-E^lern corner of G-iriboo'Dis:  tuc aootheoceby a line (being alw the  Soulh-Easteri! bopfidary of Cariboo hkfri^V  following ,he general WSoSS  River and distant from'it ob;d���������t id mile", for  a further d.xtunce: of ebout 50 miles td'-������  potBt on the 11811. Sl.Vridk,,; about- 15 miles  North-Eust of the Boat EociimprrienV a d  henco by th������ llSfb ireiidiao (lieW also *  %etero:b^  1?���������  r '?Ah?lvW���������m IW Rocky Mountains,  he Lestera boundary of the Province ;��������� 0,  he.Ra.st by lho8aid.E������atFrn boundary o'f th  \������AnT7 ^d T tlj0 So,Hh ^y '-lfo''������tb  I anillel, the Southera boundary ol the 1T6  vince. .f, J .'y ," . c  G EST E REHIRE : SAUCE  -...-���������'.',������ nectare^hy Couiioiss^hrrti. hir������   - ;  ������������������V'- "T-SAS   ONiLiY   OQOD ^ SiVTJOK.*  ivCaiitipn agams t Fr atid;0TU i.*/it ii u"������.vs. of tl i Is  most^dclw^usiaiHi   unriv^ffer' C^n*'iim--nV \}.\kvp.-4  caiisoricertaiiVflealcrs toappJr tlie nam*' of' *VV>rof s-  tprshireS.au'co?'. to 11 ieir;6\vit "i������(eriiVr von;prhh .si 11;o  pa til i o i s;~ liorohy / i nforiii ed; tha I th t only v-uy to;j>rti������-:  ourctlio-gonuine, la to . .-��������� <  ASK--FOR' iliffif :to  ^EBKXNS^.'���������'. SAFGH^  an H'i o s os t ho t; t h e i r: n a m es a ry n pen Ihe mi ivmn  Spin e o f ��������� t h e (o i' c: gril m;i r K:eI s Ii a vi ri # hoc ns " PlM i *d:  >v (th as p'n ri ou s ArurcfSto rshj rV Sa iiice .ii pon tl i������ wrop-  per a m\ 1 a he Is of w h I eh t'h������tn ;i in oh:o (,.i,Wi a n il Perilns-  na vo ��������� been i ftirgecl, i L. ah A : V ��������������������������� gj v ���������* ii otic- thli 11 hey ;  have |;n r ii \f>\\ o.A. \A\ i e i r c orr Ofpoii <] e ti j s u* 11 h pou;pr ol ���������  ti t torn ey t o ta k"e ins t a n t p rtico oi i i j������g s ngji i i) s i man it*  FAOTuaKBPi ti ii d v kxpok }i o i s ac 1), ofn iiy'otli eri nil la*  lioiis b y- vv h \ c li t h is i rr igh t rn ay h e i ri fringe ti -X. '���������     :y  Askfor LEA & PERRliSTS> ^ance-and see  3STaine on Wrappe r, LabeJ', Bdtti������,1 ��������� and.;.:-.  iV/liaj^sale n n>\ U>r export by the proprier"rst Wof^. y.  cos ter| Crosse 'fc Blo'ckvcell, U������ntlon -. &c. ,��������� kc.;   und  by Gri'ocers and 03)nii.'n"universally,; ���������; ���������'  i)ISTRrCT of GAumoo. ���������     -l  The Land Kecording-Di.slrict of Cariboo  Khali  be bounded on the West by tlie. ]24lh  Mendiuo, which is also tbt BmUmi: bmimlary  of the Coast District;   on the. Sou tli by the  52d Parallel, which isateo ihe Norlhern boon,  tl ary of Lilfooel; Dipl-nei:  on the Soutb-KHSf  by the before described boundary, in part, of*  (vootenay. District;. on the Bast by the 118th  Meridian of West LongtUude (being also the  Western boundary, in part, of Kootenay District) to the summit.of the Rocky Mountains,  and thence Northward by|lhe Piitnmitof the  Rocky Mountains, and hy the 120th Meridian  I of West Lr-ng tit tide, the Eastern bound ary (of  f the Province ;  and on the Norlh by the 60tb  Parallel  of  Norlh {Latitude, |tbej JNTorthern  boundary of the Province.  DISTfUCT OF OAII^ECA.  The Land U������cordrr*<g District ^of Ormneria  shall be bounded on tho South  by  the 51th  ParaJl^L of Ho r Mr La til ode ;��������� onlhoEastby  the  VHlh Meridian of Ems! Longitude;  op  the North by tlie f>nib Parallel ; kn  West by the'l27th Meridian |of ������?as  tude.  Van i; Yolkenburgli ^ I Go.  X.IGITTIII& GREEK  A SUPPLY OF THE  BEST  J020 :  1F190  IB.  Alwayson hand.  m  d on tho  t  1U mile post on the wa^on roa* frord Yale'to  DISTRICT OP CAS3IAR  be bounded ontlte bmthbf ^m^^mUei l    ������KS^U^  Longi.l,.,J���������BR DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  ^Z^]^nS^a^^^ operation thoy ������i  V  ttUMM^fl^iHaBBH8BiaaaaiBi>BraHMBf������������������>^^  IBHTIhi* 1


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