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 ee5  nuS  Vol: 17.  Barkerville,vWHIiam. Creek, B.C.,'Saturday. November 28,'.18741  -3;^  THE GAEIBOtBMfflEL  ���������  *: y 'AAA -li -^ ���������;' A'Ai a ax 7.7 ���������:. .-������������������������������������������������������ - -  ^"tPublishctt every Saturday by  BO B E II T 7 II OLLOWA Y.  Subscription, -  -25 Gents periiWee\z.  ;,    ^a^qf ADVEima>rer^;"     ��������� '  Fo r ni e s q ua r e (o u e i ii c b) j n.rs I In so r I Ion,   -   $ 3  v   :-���������**���������    ': ",.v-.: '   a-'"0q[n^mouthy���������-.>*. '.fii- -  *'ortwo squarcs .fl rs Ii nsortiuij,"'-" -' ��������� ������' .-> 6"  *        ���������  "   .,  ono month, V;.-   ..-   *.:,.-���������   8  Agants;f or the * *.Carib 66 Se'tiime 1."   .  Van Winkle     ���������   ���������:,  Qiiosnelmouthi  Soda Creek,,    r.1  Clinton,    *      *���������. '.  Yale, v-; -���������/*". ���������������-������������������;.'  Now Westminster  '.Victoria,   '���������' ���������'.."-,  X3 Si-root.; ..; .';-  .-. ->,.-v;v.. .-.,-j,"--Lindsay.'  7 : 'A Darn a rd 'f Express  *      Barnard's Rxpresp  ,..-     .Barnard's:Express  .-do" "'..     do'-'' ;���������;  John "Afarray-'  *-y ..:- - ���������:  Mr Shale.'spoaro  SO C^rnbiJI, Ldi)(lon,';E.:C.'  rhas no right to call honorable members " rascals/7 u cbaps," '.���������fellows," or even " covies^j  but there is a touch of pathos in the follow  iug sentence, to which those who witnesses  some deb ales of 1 ast sossion. wi 11 pay the irib���������  ;ute of a yawn, If not a sigh :���������i? Such discus-  sions as these were one of the things which  drove hiin clean out of the House, and tended  tp mab e a ni an. th ore carel ess th an be should  be." The time is not yet come, however, for  the AilS I ment of Curnuvs "prophecy, which  perhaps Sif J. D.Astl'ey had iu his mind, when  Ireland was (6 have her revenge for the Union  py'mndltig inioParliaraeni: one hundred of  the greatest rascals to be found on the face  of the"earth.-^lLondonSpecfrdor.  .... .;,tiii^-,(;^?irBoa^i^rnN^L-^7x:.'*>  ? -X03a P Rl ^Jj^i^FE-lC EA  Cards; G i r c u 1 a rs. *Pns i e r s an a- Pro srjra m m es fp r  M3tl Is and Theatric:! 1 '.,Enterkaln'i1ieiilsC*:'':'".?  fi&* Hl-x <*c ii te i Wi ih h eat if os fa add is p a! c h:<jgs%.  s    Tlffi, -DiPTNTKaMBNT   OF   THK, - .CoTil^KlFAf.'-r- A  : tjorrespoii'dent of theTimes tew^itleii .a;^ih-  p;��������� I.-. My:1 ii teyosJfjig n'cco.ii n t-of \vhut,. in ay fairly  h\ called the diftint.i'r!n'jnt. oT v-the'��������� Cojjseimii  iv>w,prye7&Mfig un'der tlie direbliop; Of Signer  .11m < ;'"���������: tin(} Mie -.picture��������� *vliich it presents of  lh{>p'n<iiup(.'rin^.iiig^nniiy, as well as arcbHec  ii s-iVl i^Wn^.^ tti  11\ ������ 1 r,- < r 11 en.1 !f* n 7 s. \>arl s 13- tother a'w.'fii 1. Th e  ���������exi^'f viiijViiisdia.re now laid-; bare .part of the  .'-.A^nn. which iri proved to have ljcei!";avrblid  .11 iiir, -hav. ad ���������-w iih .barring -b on ft-.worlc, andnol  , iV������'oiov*������b*ie plai form*   Upon -.tub ��������� arena con-  ! .^9p-i*��������� d a yij>m��������� ier. of1-iar^re.: tunnel;shaped��������� c6r-  yc-l ''^ li:n'in.it a.'.perils of;'-lateral' ^chaiiibers^  ;��������� v.-y i'piypg\y.io ;hcC!������iri!Undate spoils vof^ani-  niV������ rjnd w|i h a-n a'ijhahn>nt. of. gates 'siich  i>!*.-wi)hmit dauff^r io tlie keeper^ even the  "yH** .iiitnilrejrl'; lions_��������� ..recorded'by. ^opi^ens ns  h ;v5nir lM>nud������V7on .ii'g.Oo^r loffeiher^' might  f ������t������ advni t'teil Io the v iew of ilie 87.000 "I orfls ������f  :;ci>������a I i o 11: i ti I he A ni ph i lii ea': t re. *:. A- m artn 1 f'pen t  ���������co r ri 'I oi-. "no t ye fc(; p erfectly. cl ea reii,"; bii t. h :i v;  ] ��������� t.g e v id e n 11 y n o I at era t gu 11 e it *'S. doubtless  - to p res en ta Ih e p ansa"ff e  111 ro u gh  wh i ch   (he  jrl ad H to r e m e r ������^e d' t o fii ia d i ie I aiid the ;m fir iy r  '���������to h is c r < * ss.   Thn ut gh ur too. li, won! d s c c n i.  ^ were removed the s];s u gh to red eot-jisVs a n d  'ci leases, whi I e tb e a p p 1 tn se o fl i h e a ud i e n c e  and the bellowing of. the other beasts wailing  for il: eir gates"' lo ������������������ swing round ..m list; have.  m ad e t e r ri hi e h arm o n1 es. "r T he Ki n g of Ba v a-  ri a o ugb t > to in il uee Wag n e r to sa tn ni te h i in-,  s^'lf with the genitis of: the -place, and reproduce some ecbo of them in modern music-  Humanity, using the. word iu its -strides?  "sense, must have made son.e progress since  those days, or we should not all. feel so. hoi\  i*ified - at the necoii nt of a fii\\g\e combat be.  f<*������re select f^pecia������ors between a dwarf and a  dog.���������[London Spectator.  A. Tt a RGB ' CuTThk-Fisu.���������Th e re is at 1 ast  ^ooi6^i^l^v\^^^v^p^nr0\\y. of llie exist en ce of a. ci it tle?ils h -o f n o t I ess p o rt en \ pm  d; me D*ib ns; th an;. tliac-descri bed by Victor  Hago." : It was seen Iri^ Concept ion Bay, off  Ne wfon nd lan d,'dast 0c tob er, and t i������e i n le !j i;  gfif,i ce \i as co m m n n i ca led by L c rd Ki ��������� n b e r h y  to Mr Frank Buck! an d,: b u t I lie . co r res p on d ���������  ence only appeared lately in Land and Wafer  Two .6 -iier men, pii i\ h asm al! p u \ \ L -saw whaj  th ey gu p nosed v to be: a ��������� I arge sa'iF or the d. -  brispfawreck; On; striking it, it raised a  parip tl ike. be a k; :ns big; as a six jga\ jo n kej",  ahd;:began;, to;.twine /.two huge, livid nr-ms  .aboiit:liheA.bbaii--'.':Huppi 1 y fGr Jti(dr live.^.  and ialso to r A their creil ib i 1 i ly. tli ey i ns*! an t! y  eHt;:oir*4ihe:;;ftr^s;;wilh;;nn axe, whereon the  creature moved off, bleeding.ink which dark--  enedivlheJ^aieF or- three  huiulro:}  y ard s; ��������� "w li i I e "y\ t rii rse d, ri t ail a cm e ��������� e: ������' f ee i  brpad7 They esfiinule the octopus lo liav������-  be'e_n..sixtys'fee'.l long and fire in din meter, and  q n e ol .the arm $ sa slai n s I h e i n a r v e 11 o u a b 1 ���������  11 ia nineteen feet, is of a pale pink col*>r, and  entirely' carUlaginous.;- The Sea Serpent* wil)  no doubt, next pay with part of lii= person.  AUSUKLLANKOUS.  , ���������: 0/7/UOTICE.  \TOTTCE IS .. KKREnV GIVEN THAT AT>VI.\C\-  Iri lir-h w-ill he nuuiq.at tlie wxi��������� SV-ssi.-m ul* the  L('jTislative As^������mbly of tho rro\*iuoc of British Cn-  luinbia by tho ,'  WILLIAMS '"ciKEK":*nKD-ROCK  FLUME  VAiSi) ;OITCri; CO^ANY '(Limited),  Tor an Act to ronew in 'favor of ilio sail C'omp-my for  k fHrttHr-p������*rif������d ofkii' yeois froni the *23i'li flay of  Mun;h, lSTSy;{tilan;fsinguIu^tlicnif-bLs, prlvslegwanil  htm t! il ts cou fcrnul u pou IUem hy tha " Wi lib ms Creel;  l^luiu^'cTr-Jl-n-flnne, ISSii'*.'  . Octobtr 2...1S*74������  It is well.that'Parliament ia not sitting, for  If il were, we should certainly be compelled  to witness that always nauseous operation, an  honorable member's eating his own words, or  paying "with his person for not so doing. Sir  J. D..-A-stley, M*P, for North Lincolnslurc, is  reported to have said, in speaking of the  -present Parliament:���������"There were a tot of  Irish chaps in the House who sometimes made  ���������,him very angry. He thought there were about  sixty of those fellows in the House, and about  forty of them wore (he most confounded  rascals he ever .saw.". lie, moreover, calls  them w covies,r3 and a second time "rascals,"  and complains of their " talking about their  to.iten little Ireland,���������whether ihe whiskey  Was tb be Scotch or Irish, or the potatoes kid-  ������v nt������ys or something else,"   Sir J, D, Asll^y  Administrator- s Katies' \  In th.e mailer of fhe  ICstato and Effects ot  FELIX DA0U3T, deceased, intestate.  A LL Persons who aro. indebted to the  J:\. ii b i������vo Ks t.i le art* reo.ii if wi to j> \y i ho a mou n ts  tl:uc, forth w\ th -; aud a 11 p .��������� t^tni������< w ho tikvu ������in/' ol j i im  fijt-a i n 31 -i lw s:i i rl. IC^t'it t a a ro lvqu in* d tu scu d tna i'u on  ur bei'ore tho lGih Jay of D-'c. nibcr nk::t to  CHA& I?. !*().')LBT%  :.. ��������� Oliici-il A''lininUtiutor>  Dated Birkcrviile, 28fh October, IS74. oc|l  He Kimball, deceased.  NOTICE.  FIRST    DIVIDEND.    ON  MISCELLANEOUS.  I  HAS OM KAN'D  A WELL-ASSORTED STOCK OF  tA  SERIES.  .p-ROVl'SIONS,  N.  .-  HOTELS, RESTAURANTS,' &o.--' ��������� i-y  STANLEY, LIGHTNING CREEK,  ���������       :?~������;j:-jp-^$!?t      - ......  R. MoDERMOTT,     .'-      ���������      v      fhOpartfTon.-  &&��������� Toti'iboti Wines, Liquors, flntl Cigars.at tbgj  B;:r, ab������l all visitor* raaile liuppy jxtid'-co'mforta-blu.  my3 6m ...  i.'S:  COME:ALONG WITH YOUR CASH  >*, AND. GET. BARGAINS.  . ihyS  (Sxiccessors to D. Kurtz ���������& Op.,]  IMPORTERS AND' DEALERS IN  ������������������in*  r\  STANLEY, LIGaTNINQ, CREEK,  - ,.  ������AMWiIl,;;    4       ���������       ���������'     Propriet6iu  Board, *������  *  $9 per Week*  Singe Meals, 75 cents. . ..5  ti������,- ThftTablofUruislied with tho best the marfcei  .'ftflbr.is. .   my5 6m  LIQUORS,  Gia'ABS,  m  G-HOCEBIES.  v AA 'A.  Dry Goods and Clothing.  CLINTON   EXTRA  FLOUR.  #3- All Goods of the Best Quality and at the  Lowest Fjrices.  U-irktirvillu, May 9. my9 Qw  Tn  *" ^hove Estate h;is byon doclarod, amouiUing t  53 per Cent*, wbicii amouut is payable s.t ci  OillCu.  GEOROR BVKNfCS,  Agout Pur C E 1'cowiY,  Oliicial Admnustrator.  Barkerville, October 26, 1874. -^0 '  CAHABL4I PACIFIC Ej  TERMINUS  STORE,  QuesnelmoTitli, B.C.,  ������Wher3 thero aro still pbnty of tlio besl briinda o(  British Culuiubiaj  FLOUR, '  LILLOOET BEAMS of 1873,  AaJ other Farm IVoduce, at VERY I.OV; BATES.  ,      ..,-.'     Also,-a-gcireralossoriraoc**ftf    ;   .  GROCERIES,    A.  7.     PRY   GOODS;  v. BOOS   &���������-.SHOES,  HARDWARE and DRUGS.  "^* Gominission, Storage and Forw.ardiug business  done at ivasoliablu rates.  , mv3   m . JAS.  -REID.  mascn a  EG TO ANNOUNCE TlTAT TflfcY HAVE REMOVFtl  to t.lic.fr|):iciouspi'oiji3ses formerly known as tl;������.  St.  George Si loon, whery they. will bo hlaiHhuta  prepared to Turn ish  ..*   BO. Alt D    A.'h , M EA L 8]  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY.'  The   "BAR Is frmiished with' the flncst AV1NE3,  J.IQUOKS auu OrGAllS.  Board,  ������   $12 .'per  .     el7tim *  rKTvuieor  PilOriliETQR.  ���������Be6dy"&; Townsend,  -at rirn-  OLD YM WINKLE STOEI  .  SURVEYING-.  i>AETte     INTEND'ISG    TO     AVAIL  -*- t h amsvlVos of t ho u a w M m'mg Lm ������r A n d to pat  Ghaso their ground,.can bav;^ tha tfurvoy oi* tbe samo  ������nii 5Jftp MN* l>>' adilrcsfinjf  'LIG'HTNING   CREEK,  Keep on hand everything  EEPSE3IIA MiMffiCAiP.-.  The Celebrated XX  \v\ 11 ha mn n n ra ct tt red &n d.BOld by,\yholes&?������,w& <M  tail In its purity, and ;���������  The best Liquors!& Cigar������*  constantly kept-on hacdi  ������������������������������������' ���������       ?  The Lodging* Department*  will fjd nlwftya carefully fttten<!e<l to, end tha ?.������<*������*  Be;!.? Rod ������������������uQCommpdatioa   provided t'pf liieii*.. r-na������.  Waxi-sra ' 'aleJS  THE FOLLOWING  IXffiAGT FECI ALEf IBB .'  J_3������   dated loth May, 1S"2, from an old iuhnbt*  rfl    a     taut of H-jrningslinm, near Warminster,  !&3 t -Wilts:  feed; " I mu.*������fc ^!.>n hod: to say that'your Pill^ *>r������  !^j������3:J an excc'lifiitmodiuiuu for roe, aud Z certainly  i^J^s (jo ciij ������y gooii hotiltii, sftnivl sleep, an-i a  ii^Si -J^A t'(������������������1 tli������P������������������''������tc������   Trs is ib owing to tafcing your  ro^4 Pii!>.    I:ain TS year* okl,   .   .  " Keniiuuing, Gontlumen, yoara very r������������  jipeotiully, L. "s. '  To 111e Proprietors of  The patrons M liberally extended io th, old llr(n   MORTOS'S CAMOMILE TILLS, LONDON  is rest'ojufully soltotcd. tor t&e ag,y# ttfU 0������   ) ftals 1^r'  .��������� ii Tfl B ���������AIIIB0O SMTINE  AS ATWlDAAYymT.y 28.'lS7Ar  /'OFFICIAL ABLACEMML/j  An article nncter bhe abovo beading appears  .lii tke������ictorinColonistx?fiNpv^mJhei*:i2l^|wr  iv rricl 14 he w������i ter ��������� mall c i o.i isl y atfc ? rap te to c o ti.  ; Wioht%he -1^ a:'private  /tlwu-snetimi^  ���������^jib "Cou^t at Clinton,v^ and; Miv; Mcffiha qlV  ^rotrae -Creek; ia which; ?the latter:claimsAfo  ^i^e^beenhAdty nsefl. : tip WcWha^also com-:  ml aihs o f tbe condii ot of the Sheriff of Ca ri boo  in charging 'hiin a liigh figure for the service:  of mfava6mep, wli ich were n ever: served, ������ nd  sre?us t n g to refit n fl th e ni on ey.   Tli e orffic i a! s ���������  lan*;  I'de:  ;'by.air:;J������cW;i^|g^ipor8ed-.  , -after bearing -or^-one side o(imi$^y'ioh\y\  Sty: :lbai ^erj^ruthnil ;mnn. the editor of vibe!  ^oioritsti^bp 1ms lately*; ;;be'ea convicted 1>y  :*tbev*I*t������best: dignitaries' in tbe Province  of  ^UufoVing gentlemen^ whose only crime U  ^ biafcvthey^baVe to utsitriin\>ed the envions editor  ^n thprhoe tor ppihicnihonors.  Tbe Govern^  ini ch t- 6 f' B r i tf sh Col ii in li i a is p ham c te r f s ed in  the,'Same, article^ -" as  an   organised   svs-  Hem of official robbery^"   All the rogui������-*iuf  ^Ueccountry vrliliendorse this opinion./       ; >  iWe rnnyy men lion Mat the! fees charged by'  iibu'Sheriff*, costs of CourC &cV are either,  jfiied; by Statute' or'regulated" by the Jndgeti  tit the Supreme. Court. ^If they are excessive,  itja in the power of the Hon; John Robsori or  .-.-��������� * ny other;:member;of tlie Legislature: to ven  isJlute the ,������ia Herein Parliament,      '���������:'���������'. A  iraiMoaM  xWe cqmm^ridj^  the London Spectator to 'the attention of* tne  *eryje[\v;people in,CaHljoo^who cc-nslder it  premature and ruinous Ao build railroads  ';^fi rough; a new Country with the object of  k\ pen i o g u p i ts te r rit o-r v and at U ac ling p op tt ��������� ���������  ��������� Uation :^-*' '���������      ,/-       .**"*' "   "  '7  The PaH Wall G^zefcte: pub I ish est an. an T'  ���������tnntedf l5u:fc not,; we i^n{urev to think, quite  ', yj&\ t: fo tioded Or reason ed. u ifoc Ico n the Ji n a n \  ^fe i a l ad m i n is < rati o n tff Ne w -, Zew 1 a a d, b y a ge n ���������;  ���������4lem������in who: baa, 'been  fur ihe l;ist six year's  ��������� re^id^nt -in Jheipolony.   Mr^ Fellows' main  ^obj ec li o a Ta th at ��������� New Ze a I ��������� m d To yres ab out  ������\ -twice *as much, in propoi tion, per head Ins  "*<5-rea t B riiuTri, aiid ���������, tlia t. ni any of he r p u.b lie  ���������works, ber railroads especially, dp not,as yet,  j\itiylany thing -like an jide(qtiateiretui,n. for the.  ^expenditure^v upon Sthem.:'Several ��������� Enoflisb  irai Iroads; v con necti rig- Idrge: een t reS An ty'ypi rjv ul,  ::   la tion. are unhappily in the-same condition ;  ptid it is rather s6;on to: expect "New������������������;,Zealand  ,   -T..Iiii'oad.s; which have been -con'slructed by  A the St a Ee, not in: ex v e c (a ti o h -o f dividend, b t it  ������4^>'.'open'.Dp its territory and attract popnla]  jt io ti,".:. to be d i ree 11 y p rod ii cli v e. ;.-The same r^:  tinX \< v .applies::;-to'*: doc ks- ie nd: o ther" public  ���������wo r k sil w ti j c ti Are built, no t ��������� w i l h a v i e vv to t he  ^iresen t: p o pulb tio n. of the col ony. b u t to _" th at  . vb icb������: a t Aita :pre?en t" ex trar^rd i nary ra te of  gyrpgreps. it; is certain to attain in the .course  ^>f>0other generation;7?; . ���������       .'Ay ^:     ���������;,  7: A i^AS7 {Tluii^GuT.~^On Wednesday a  pl^&ure^farry of tvn leit fiarice'ryilie for  Lig h i n i h g j a \V \ I m b V* si x7i ri - \i a n d si e igh ~ Hi e  finepi turnjOut in: the Province. Tbo party  temained on Lightning two days, and enjoyed  |1 iem'seIves v aniazingly   amongst   their   old  A tiaiiTXixd^Tmpro^ments are efill p:oing:  oo at S Ik iii e v^ M ii 36 tin if u n roe has opened  a new^Jsaloon. ^Bohanorj & Oo, have nearly  fi n islied a fi tie s ta B1 e=���������: a ii d: b ay dep ot. Mr \V m.  HaljVenriy^'ib,ai:;^.ii''g6li-aAM'' the Pendola mun-  siori; and intends Qiting it up aa a boarding-  faowsA ���������������������������'"���������:���������-"^ ;*���������������������������.'/: Ax Ay.������:':r;.  This RoAi)S.^i"r Pearson rep 6rts wh eel i ng  to ..7*0;'mile ^hwise, from thence sleighing  through;to Barkerville. There .is an ayerage  of ten inches of snow from Dridge,Creek to  Qiiesnelmouth, abo^e (Juesiielmo'n\\v from 12  to 20, i n cb es.   R 6'a d a b ad a nd u n b r o k e n,  DliXTrSTHy,���������T>ri. Ch i p p ha v ing Weei'ved by  last Ex p ress a f u r th er add 11 ion to Ih is' * sfoe k  of dentiil irist-nimerits.Is prepared to fill and  seale teeth,efficiently.: He; riiay J^e copsulted  at h i s Rr ug S r ore, Ba rk er y 11J e_ as* en L igh t-  ning creek;every Sunday until noon, i/7  ��������� iSsppi^X^CoroneriBell and a Jury held;an;  inqiiestjat/ljightnlng creek yesterday on- the  body pf> Chinaman������������������ who; wtis.found,dead'oil  Gii:sb6liM ac reek. The evi d e h tie wen I to s h p w  ^that. he fliad -been killed % a;'Ibad of' wood  ���������capsizing ou hi tn;   Verdiet accord I ngiy.  0 TkBWkathek still keeps unnsuallyieold foj  No ve m b er. . Th e. tb e rm ot������ e ter on -\������e d ri es d av  ii ig h t-regis te re d; 18 below ze ro, nndr o n Th u rs-  d������y; nigi>t 16; ; On Friday. ni|h1; the cold  mode ra te d, and fch������re is so me ap p ea ran ce o I  mild'weather.      v  Pka4is6.v-s Express arrived yesterday after-  boon w i tli, a: f 11! i lo a d b f Exp ress: f re ig k t fo r  . Hark ervi H e an d Iji^h t ii ing creek;   Pas3 e ngerj  list:���������Mrs Rose a n d c h i I d /a nd Mr Jam es: F ii r>  nessi Irom Yale to Van Winkled      ':������������������'-���������'���������;  LKAvixGi���������Several   k>\d   residents   leave  Lfgbtning   by*   to-morrpwJs   E.xpreus*'  vIz. ^  MessrsI 'JosepiilBell^f Wilkinson,, aad James  Buvcflok. ! i [1/y... - ���������, ,. ,"* *   ' .    '���������   - ������������������.   '   ';  ,Mk.^ToksABtijsiAxti. brother to Alexander  and Wililtirii ,JJiIsland iofALightniug Creeks  arrived in Cariboo by last* Express.  KEW ADVEPwJISEMENTS.  osmopoiitan  RESXAjmASTI, BAKERY,  : STANLEY^  ���������-   LIGIITNJKG CREEX. "^  "^���������^SS^ ���������������������������  Mn. J.S. T������oM?so>f, M.P., will leave by to-  ���������*������iorrow's Express for Victoria, in order to be  Tea d y to-s ta r t f or. Ottawa to at ten d (o. h is Pti ���������������  ..jjamentary duties as soon as Information will  "he received ot the date of meeting.    We wish  ' 3\r Thuinpson a safe  and  jJleas������nt journey.  ��������� .-* n rl hope t h a i # t s* h is r e tn r n  to Ca ri bo o we  '.will be able to annoir^oe that the slo\v-#oing  , Ministry at Ottavya has at lea-st either done  justice to British Columbia or been replaced  3>y more competent and enlightened states  ������nen.  .Peksova^.���������Orir Light ning correspondent,  ���������JTt" James   Burdick, whose communications  have appeared in the 5&&nxK*t, over the noin  ..de plume of "Prospector,^ leaves for his  ���������natrve land by fo-morrow's  Express, having  jeade his "pile," ������g numbers of others have  ���������/lone within the past few years, in  the rich  .mines of Lightning cre*^ir.    Wo  mu^fc return  ���������fhaiiks to Air Bardiuk t������,r the many vrtiu^bie  >nining ietteis which ho  baft  contributed to  Oie c^iumns of fhlr* jouimtL and  hope  that  j^ood .fortuoe  will at-end him wherever he  ������������������^oes. ....  The'-cTbo-TG Pestlittran-t. is now Opened ai  i ......  by  j the upper cml of-town, wiicr.j.Bourd cm ho had  ty the we. k or fcinsdtf meals. A Hue. ^uJuoja-is *.lso  tittuched, euoplicii with  Tlie "best Liqiiorsfe Cigars;  FUESH   BREAD; . PIES  and Cakes claiiy,  bo2S 3m JOUN MAHEU.  MISCELLANEOUS.  Winters Arrangement. -  araard & Co/s  (Carrying Her Majesty's Mails.)  LEASES    VICTORIA "%���������- DY ..STEAMER  .'���������-.;���������������������������       ENTERPRISE     ��������� .  W  E&iv  THE  TIME FOR  THIS^ DECEPTION:;OF  *���������    Tenders;for the construction ofQuesnel-  .Tnoutli IMdgn  has been   extended   to .the  ' Fo 11 r t ee n th d ay o f Jo h u a ry, lo75.;    :   .,-   .-> ���������  S peei fi c a t i o ns w ill b e se at to ' the Gf p ve r n -  ment Office at^Uci)fieldv : ::K;v-'-   ���������  ���������.,;:;,. , ���������? , .:.ROBE'RT.:nEAVEN;-':-::1  ;.,...Ch ief Com mleetoti$r,of Lands .& Works.  .'.; Victoria, Nov,'lCf 1874..;       7.A'i7 7 ?���������" =-.-���������.' ''  m&  X-W^Z-0  tANEW: ADVERTISE AiENTS.  yy0'17- ������������������������������������-��������� "To take; place at the -' '���������.:;  TULO'i'F   SAt'OOWs  Oa.;:the v:E^eiU3ig^Qf '$41%  7.A y/-0eGQ^ :;;.. ���������--���������;  .   Consisting of the following \>- -? '.   .  00^  One Magnificent-Set of DIAMOND   EAR-  '^���������' :A' : 'HlKGSA   ' -Al . :"-'A    -'  One  Beautiful   Gold   Enamelled   LADY'S  0/     WATCH.  One   GenlJeman's  GOLD   BUCKLE   ANI)  SEAL.      .. '* ":    ':;.; !  One double-set RING.    .        '  One Set LADY'S JEWELRY.  One splendid GOLD WRWTLEK  One SEWING MACHINE, and  One Hundred and Twenty Dollars in GOLD  COIN. * ���������  One Hundred Chances at So per Chance.  The Prizes will range as follows :  ii r Gil tor. low rst.  1. Bairnomi Ear rings.    1. S120 Gold.  2. Lady?sGold Watch.   2. Gent's Bueklo and  3. Bracelet, .. SeUi.    .  i. Se wi ng Ma c hi n e.         .3,. I) ou h} e R ing-.  4. Set Jewel rt'.  !  ;gEALED:vtENDER3-:. ^NJUORSED^TEM  ^ der for Quesa>������H e Ri ver-13rid c:������, wi 11 be  received hy theynndei^^nefl u^;t<i 12 o^clock  noon:Qn: MONDAY. %j\\h Noventber;nexr, ior.  i he construction of a .Bridge across 'the -4iaeSa  net I e River.  A; P1 ai i sand S peci fi c a *! io ii s ; c a h be ee en,; an <1  Ii 1 an %to r m s- o t-, i endt* f Annd i&k fee me? it* to ex e v  cu re' bo nd. ca n be ob.t ai npd:h fc the () (Ii ce o f t h e  Lands: and ferks Depart  at the: Town of "Qneftntflle. ��������� '"  Each:Ten(Jer in11������t be;acc0mpnnied by an  agreement lo exnciite-avbojulv dulysifcn'eiV-by  j.he CotUiactor hinit#f:=anH; two responsible  residents ut the ..Province, in 'a (pen at sum  ani ot i u i in g to on e-1 fi i r d ti ��������� e coh t rac t p ri ce. fu r  the: faiihfiii CompltMionof ,the-Wpk;;;    .:'  is o Ten d(i r w I \ I. ��������� b e" a ree p t nd liirlvss- a ocom^  pa n ied; iviih an agrtiem eu t 16: ex-.;ciite a b ond  -'as:;"above.-.. ��������� ���������'���������;       -.-:;:.,'.     iy,   ��������� > ;'  ; AT \0lo vv'.es t. p r a hy Te n cle r not. nee ess ar i ly  accepted...' .:...,.'.  ���������0A0 0y ROBERT HEAVEN, ;.  ;.:>: Chief CommfsMon^r *if Linds:*������ Works.  Yi c l o 11 a, 15th 0 c (o b 'Ay 187 &. ��������� '��������� ���������'        . or ii 1  FOR NEW WESTMINSTER.  Reaching Yale In time to connect xvith tho^  STAGES' iSAVUG TALK IGEB  ������rri v i nar a t ci in tou on -w**e dnebday s aa J Barker  villa on Saturdays.; ! i 77.-7,, A-  $Icjg!is -leave nar!c?rvitt<3 on "Sundays, vftrrir������ (*.:  cliutoij on Thursdays anp Yolo on Saturdays..iv  : Connoc.ts a t 6&eh c Creole- w iih Vance's /Express for  OkHmviri.iii;-': .:       ;. ������������������:''.-'������������������   ��������� X7'. :������*;-'''-'-:' ������������������ -':������������������': .*���������.=   ������������������  At Clinton with Ferguson?a.-Express fhr Lillooet,.: y  A o >.i \\ t tii (Jiil'yjiier 's, Exp ress fu r Oofi Cry i-k.. y  v At  Qyvsiivlm6uLh . >viih;. Syl vest.-r's... :Iixprcs3-. for  F,   d.   BARNARD   &   GO.  .-,; Fr'Mgiit:and.Piissoiigi'rR carried througii; at re;v.son-,  Ahio r-itisv     - ..*' .   'y.X ''A.: i  . For ��������� rates of'.Frcigh % an A Pap^az������.., r.pply to  ���������.'.0'll: 0   'G&O."'BjiIINK.%��������� A^lit,"  , no7������ - '**��������� BarfcrrviHe. '  ^pHE PABTNKRSH1P RKnEfOFQRRvTaNT.  -.������..: ..ing-.hetweeu '��������� Frailk F.erreti; and:ThpinfcSJ  Harding,  Saloonvk������a.������p-.-/w;   13arJs������rri!le,/* 1 s t h������f >fur-  <!isso! rfeil  by iiintui 1 'ci>nsi-nt;   FriiiiU  lJt rn 11 vu ill  (rontinnt to'carry ".oh Ujivhusinops, niiU "will j>ettl- i;l .  uc'ia arids an<l c - .11 c c t all a ccou his 0 n & xo th a 1������ u- .fl r ui  -^v'.-"* v:..-V -'V '-:������������������;,'��������� '���������������������������'. ...KlfA'- k.:pkurktt -.  ���������:���������'.-. 0 ���������    y     'IHOMAH HAUUING.  7 TV1 fne-?s>������s���������G.,W.': Rohinson. and. A." t-cu.uoi.������. :���������-.....  '..������������������Bar*'iSi;vHIa;''06to6erSl;'l'87l4. , ���������'.; ".;./..      no7 1 iii,   -  li  K  II A3  [Traa  [NEXT DOOR lo TfC-T1C OFFfO^]'  fNTITB3 YOIT TQlGALL A:ND SSS.EIM,  1. ' an :l--gtit t\H"inh-oh comfort for the innVr nnn *s  ny other rn ; h on n provi cio: L*6r the a&itii a������-t-oiin v t>f  iish in the shiipu of. -..:.���������..���������. ' ..  A7;il^^^lt^/^S&  :01?' TEE DEST QUAfilTT. " ;,..  JJ.B ���������To fill up  ths ti/m-y I  will aLt*nd-to th#  TAILORiMG   BUSINESS.  And S RW I>r<? 11A CH IK K work of every ft c*c r j n.t I on  will I'te.doiitt av tha 'ghort-est. notice at reusoa.\hl*  C!"ri073#, -FRANIC PERRETT;  beoeiyed BY express For  jLacIies  and  !���������**.���������������( fj.  *U.  ��������� -.* -: :v.0P    ���������  PURE  'DRUGS,  SPEOIFld MEDlGINil  ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN  PATENT   MEDICINES,  m gimp is my mm m THE  wmmmin.  El'mR -HKr/rS, ant a variety or Iktas not to be  procurtiii North of ?Frir-co.  STATIOKERV,   VIuHFUVERY/CUTLERY  Warm STItBMGTHEKING PLASTERS for  Imeli and chest.  e '/o  ������3  *������. <t, *���������'  ai-iior  STANLEY, LIGHTNING CREEK,  R.'McDKIWfOTT,-  .rnorRrBTOR,  49"TfiB.lwFt Wines, I.iqu-Ar������������ ������n<? Gijj.-ir? pi ^jr#,  hi r. an I alt vis j tors ma uo li* ppy ������ n o com /or ta h fd,  ao7 (Jm^  Pearson9������-  EATES   BABKERyJLLE  J   every a I tcrnu to Sat u r<.l ay,  press.  FOH YALE  .WOT  kMar-ib iat Uiir iii  Coc    etiiig- with   tho 5U*"mt*rs  at  Qucsneimoutli,  YaJif, aiut New Westinin^ter.  '  ������'*- Treasure Carried fet Oae-lialf of One  pei    'eat.  F f(ht .n������rt. Passf-iijrers cnrrh^I clionp^r I han hy  any otlnr Line. 0&p Rd Nigin. Travelling by th[������?  Kxpr^Ks.  For r������t������?8 Of Fr^i^l.-t ������r Fa.^o^.?, apply to  >o?:atiuf Ktn'T, A^*nfc4  ^r1'Children* -     -;  Ladies5   Ban3Ci^alss  * Kid Opera Slippers,  Lasting Buskins,  Sizes���������from No. 2j to 7;  MISSES & BOYS' BALMORALS:,  Sizes���������rrptn G to 12.   *'  CniLDREN"S RALMORAL'3, No. I to G.  INFANTS1 pOOTIKS, No. 1 to' 5. .   -  LADIES & oniLBRKM'S STfAKSH HATS  LADIES1 UiVliUtELLAS,  Paper Collars and Cuffs.  GENT'S WHITE SHIRTS,  No. 15 to IG. ;  ggp Tho ahovo aro New Goods, just received by  Express.  Wv D. MOSES.  BarkervHle. July 3. ju4 Ira  Administrator's Notice.  In I b ft m n f \e r of the  Vs Into and E (T*��������� c ts  of  FELIX DAOUST, deeei\ztdt intitule.  ALL Persons who aro indebted to the  . fthovo ICst-a-to ar������ rpq'ulroU to pri/ tlie arooijiiti  fltji; forthvvitli; and all p,*r������������������?*.������who .luvo any el *inw  a/.-ninsl thtrSfiiii Ksuto aro r: qninul to sen I uiuin on  or Uelbro tho l(3ih tiny ol' J>ec������-'inlH'r"a-.'Xt N>  CJIAS. K. 1 UOhKY.  Offlciw] A^ministMtnr.  D*t������1 gfirk������5fTtJbj xWti Octobvr, ISI4-.  :���������������������������%  xm  m  s  y  *x>>  km  vV  ft.,.  ���������n*WllMIIVJ"Ml.HlLl' ..   VICTORIA. ' .  Victoria, 21st��������� Tho Lord Bishop of Colum  bia, .while out driving.lost evening.-collided  with a dray   in- Government  street     The  wheels of ihe carnage were:taken off..causing  t he b o dy t o li a 11o n ihe gro u n d. . The esea>"  <r...s.������ :. .\....:.X.~. ������.��������� M...U  XXXX.y-:::-   ...    -    r'  p r ospec tv i������ * n*. ������*<-;������* < w v.^vsu. t op  ; l/OWM* ��������� Vfa*VT; fFee o f c h arge.  < Ah fire iv Val Ivy* and * John Anderson were,  yes terd ay Ken te i iced; ty)j. or. e y e;������r ' s i u i [) r I s o i i ���������  meat each for.ieJIiji������ whiskey to Indiana .....-'  ������������������V V PASSE^GERS^  *v!  San FYanciscoy 20th -^Passengers- perstmr.  Los Aneel<������s lor Victoria :    ;  .      J. }b\pa tiP.ft 0"S:.w i f e:'���������: -J ������i rn es'.. S te el ������������������' Joh n ]  flow ell,'. J. P. Day ins, Mrs M. R Cassia. Mrs  Mo-iin-;*'n'mi?/cliiid. Mr (X F. 0-Donnel,J. A.  KhIiii, 'Qr|p t:?S.far i\; Mrs Sarah Rod or: and-T������ur  children���������:;J .IL: Howard'.;EH. Sanderson; C.  II11iiiphrpy, Frank:.. L. Rowe> MU* S.; M c AI i s-.  .' iei\:Silks-Srisaw Pettria,:Thos. Gtiuiik, and/25  '; in steerage.-"v "'..-������������������ 'AX. a:      :yf ������������������'��������� X '���������'��������� " "���������  :������������������������������������'. ,-    CANADA.     ''    ;���������   .  Toronto. 2ist--ln the trial Of ihe :Sir;John;  A. M ������ c d () n a I 'd election' Case,- fl i e J u d ge d e*  plared the election void;/but 7>!^d ./Hint p*r  boha 1, hrib'"������ry had hoih"vieri pro?edi   Sir Job*1  iy to pay;a 1 l/cosls of��������� tf lab -yyiA Ay  A   '       rTROi^INa^MATCII.      /���������  S iii Frn ncipco.; Nov.Zl ��������� Tho.,If o ws .'xvor e:,  "C/jIIpjI up bytiie ^lul^to: the ; scoring for a  ptart -at S/p.m/: The; Iiorses1 star led .three  ... ti m es. Occident Ptilj/ n pt v oi is i a n d exci i e d,  )>n? started; First hent-^ Fuller ton j :>lat; * Joe  Pui\iy/2.a:;:Occident.:'3d.^yTirnp^MkX^  b������'-t; eeor made to w-itfons; ;Tho .'action of  () eci *1 e ii i j n fi rs 111 eat d - ��������� p reused th e s pi n ts- of  his fr^n.iis. VV-lmii^ Fullerton \ parsed unil������*r  I���������\������ v? j re Decide n t's pai Id! e was. a bou t dfstdn ce  !i ������������. I) ii 11 h e J ud'ijes.,.deci.d ud no t to. r u I o him:  v0A* Great .di^s.riisQictioii";��������� displayed; ni -lhe  fftiC'sion by the friends of Fullei'ton and Jpe.  1' j r������i y, vrM o. el ii|iny. i li a I. li eJ yvnti ton r ���������-. Jei ig t h*  1������*i.o k of d "fa tfth o e fl ag w lien Fu tier tori cVosse d  und-M'the wire. *.. ���������  t\\. 4-ti tn. the horses had"scored,eicfbt timea.-  O.'Cfll'.'iJ!; brealunir -badiy.    F,ulIelHon   toede  'id hf*at.   Time��������� 2.31?*; At close of heat. Joe  I*������11dy 70. yards  I������<>hiiiid Fn 11erttin,' OccidenI  7> v'u-ij-v' Fhllertori won3d heat and race.;  Ti:6e���������2.2ii..-    '' .; ';.'  A'7lAyX '..-.. .  ,;OREAT BRITAIN.     7yy  y 'L o o d oo * - - 2 is t ~ A  te i ri b I e   exp 1 osi0n'  oc  'ft- ? i i*-j d  in . the co JI i ery at Wa r re n va I e, x o rk -  ���������a b ��������� re. t < V-i 1.������y. v F o11 r i e< ��������� n .ni i ners k 11 i ed.  London. 20ib-'The tnhd riumher killed in  She e:Cjd osio n at Warrens vale coU.iery is .21:  T������i ������ri ha ve, bee a res e ued m o i-e or . 1 ess i n j ��������� i red.  A Pall Mali QaaeMe Berlin special Says:it  Is st lied thai- {he I3rit?sh G-ovariim������jnt declines  to a :ce{d Rnsdfi'a .proposal to apojit an Inter-  inlional cod':* on the basis of negotiations at  Ihe i>riisae Is Conference. ....  \ I'.U.ti/liN Z .:  LAST    NIGHT'S   REPORT  soda cu:  Soda Creek, Nov. 27���������liarnard's Express,  with ������������'->;i  le  vith mails  from  Yal������ and way offices bnlv,  eft this aiternoon for Quesne).    ; ; ". V:  S^igbirio: is very bad owing: to the depth  blGm^iy.GpORP.E^rO^DE^GEx [  Epiroa. SBXTfN'Kr. :���������This being, my last  week in Catiboo..I v/i!I take advantage of a  little lei-ore time to give you the mining news  from this section. I will commence at the  upper end ol the creek.   The ilrsiclaim is the  A band of 100 head of beef cat! le for Ca -  kervillo leave here in the morning!  ':.:;.;" Ax :W^0Ax0  .CUnlon,. Nor. 27>^Linei'd'otrn below Lyt-  ton.   The operator jhere rep or is rvry heavy  snow storms the past week;  ... Messrs.. Ti ngley an<1, ^iarcus Sini tb were all  day on. ' Wed n end j\y going f rom -Ly'(ton:''. tb  Kanaka Ba r f a d is tan ce" o \ "��������� 11 mil es r w he r������  they were compel led lo leave Ihe leatii: .and  pro ceed oil too t.   Tb ey ar ri ved at the, '43 -  inWe p os 11 as E ii igh t. fri un ,w h e ace they wo u 1 d  take canoe to Boston Bar.  ��������� A large PlAr\y-.ihiveykhpyo}Hog-, on Jaek������ss  Mpu ft ta in: to -cl ear * l he road t w hicli. is; * fii >d  by s I i d es.   S ey e nil  fr e ight; tea m sen. i o u te  fro iii- Ya le 1 \ ii' v e li e en co ui j>e 11 d (ltd: s' ore t h t*ir  f re ig li L l ho sn o w Ah (on g so ba d! y; drifted : as  to prevent:wheeling or'sleighing.        "���������'���������  The last two day3 liuve: been very cold0  Thtrthsrmo*meteiv'this;;^  zero. '..;> Mod e rat i ng.Lhi.s;;"e veiii ng. Xy  The;steamer::ptiV?tfji;djcpjiUi:jmt-'pf.������'t further  tlhisi ^[urderer's Bar vii'.si. week;; Mr. Walter  '.<? .1 -m i wj-'n.,- o ('.": 'Yale,! Av/eh t [ Wn wn ��������� to- heni n ti  canoe, with a ^Mexican packer -and I wo Iih  fiianiji-T.-/ihe' canoe was upset'at; the stefihrer,  jjnd.-rtift Mexican and;'one'Indian:drow:ud0  M r. GI ad win ;a 0 d; th o 6 the r lnd in n: fl o a te d  do wo. to a rock. wh ere. t hey were. rescn edi ��������� ;..'.  ^iJaruardV. ii p ;Kx p ress ;passed up ;f>.i v.: Wed ���������  nes.'lay morning, wi Mi: 1^; T. VV'ard aud wile: as  passengers'for Ho da creek;  .:  .The late snow storin was general; and ex.  te n (1 ed. as far a^r Ne w Wes tin ins ter   ��������� ,  ;: Ex rv repairers are pri -HfeHihe. and-it i������  hoped :. I hat; it wiil so op: be wurking; ; it;-ia;  badly smashed by snow si ides.' >x.  'MIXING-JXrEL  :A:A./yiyA i;y. 'A. A COl<Kt.l0GvLCn.ll. AlA'-AAyXX ���������  . A������h* Fer������ttsen oo. ,\yashfd- up 100 oz:h\st  week, ana:2oLoz up to Friday, No;: change  In the:other companies/;- ���������:,;���������":"v;*���������  ���������A"[XA    "A-A-..I.!������!!TX12C6 CSKEK,/  Spnice co. liure s!opped <������a nceount of Oie*  oyorpliis (d  water in the'digginirs caused h\  ., who  now  -. i ���������     -~.-x ������������������-'> Pa^  ing over wa^e3 and expenses.      ;      .;':���������;  ��������� -���������''. wattyco.        ;'" v-*; r -  nre not  d d i ng. m uch f  not h a % i n g \; sii ffi 6\en t  water in then  ditch: to wash  wi tli I'vthe; float  i2o from the Hunter claim fliling* up, their  uit-ch.   '       *' 7/0, Ai- A A A  ���������    :. GRKFO  CO.  .. X;00x/A:  -i re Iroub led i n the stt me way, and': are cb n'���������������  U n ua 11 y< *c 11 li in g, i c e\ o keep the w a ter o ii (he j r  w heel. Ib| y,e -"' good d igg i rigs i f tl j py ' Co u 1 d:  wo rk; t h em,,' lb o gro 11 n d pay ing fro i h 4 to 5  oz. to the setandheing dry tliey>can takeout;  a heap oXdkfc, water pennittiiig^them co hoist  and;waajv'r:.'..;-.-;;- y j-:.-   Xl:, 7-y ��������������������������� y-. .. ,-���������  - .:���������:".. i A::;;: x-.. ;��������� smvotico. ' ?X vv ;-:v '��������� -  '? Ay��������� 7  ,���������������������������   '"-'   V,-'-   -' ���������'"' ���������������������������'"|| '        'f ��������� '!  . ��������� .'"���������'-.        --'-��������� *.,-...     ��������� ;  workingv'on't -of .their, up per shaft, making considerable oVer expenses. :"'. A; ���������"i7-X     "-01  X ��������� .���������   ' ,-���������;,: V-.-"������������������-������������������"..���������' >:���������:*..'.>,-��������� '    .';������;>'������������������/;? ; .-.',.���������-....V-V- ���������  .* -.    -".������������������-     ,-.-,   ���������"      ���������    J'OIN'TV00*:   ���������      .-���������' .' ,-",    y.   ->,  shutdown for. the winler. ,   ���������,     ;���������:...>���������.  '.-'" "^ . .  "   TANWIKKM5 CO'.      ^ '���������?'     ; '=���������"  *' '  besides working a full complement of men'f;i  the .diggings, bavejet;a contract to-nin 500 ft.i  of (Ira in ;   are* working; in the deepground  ' a lift b ri: th e b e p c hV pay] tig good i dividends A  "-..;/������������������_������������������ -A Aly^yiyyic-rpiiu'oo. . v        ; y .���������  are on  vmfeXpay.   -This is the ^King-pin',  c 1 a J in o f tl> ei creek th is seas o i k s n- ��������� ;I a m and (��������� r  t h e i in p re'^ h n- th a t \Uw\ 11 p ro ve i o be o n e o f  U)e.b^tciajms,eyer;alruckv.Q  Two/. '[uidVa^jbialtVlii I.ere^;change4::hands:iast  week' at' $7,000 per .interest- mtilv upwards.  The claim looks '��������� O.K."' X/\   X ' ,'.*  '."''. VAXCOUViCIl CO.        '    y   ' ��������� '  j This claim; ts ^paying; bo!endidiy ;a*nd Ipbks  ^nodv in: the '���������': facia;':: :TheboVs areall iri good  J, ear j .; a n d w e 11 ni^h t they bey r e cei vIng.sorb e  Stititi iti diV icierid -*��������� /weekly. Ai '*\ May: th eir.  9vad o\VS'htiypr%rjw:vle*������8!vi for: they de^e; ve  nttiihvyigetX00-A0.-: y::-. - aaA'A.i- ":-. Xy-  y ���������'      :'��������� TULCAN CO.  are now on good pay.-having for the past two |  weeks been \yorking -ori a wide bat*-���������they  d;pn'tktiow:iiQAy;\yjde���������whicbipays conMdefc  ab 11' over' expen������ep, and when ft"- is1; confined  will pay as good as any of tho above corn-  pan ies.; The;������������������ ���������':-'';*"      Axyy'' i/'.A.'i .:yA';y [ i  0 y      "  - COSTELLO CO.:      .     *        : ,  h ave dl m as tv co me ba.e k to their sh a ft wis ere.  t.hey first siniuk I   y; and are.-raising, or as it  ioejHHmimso .ic������irifl;.m������,   v������n j U.w!e co.  ,   ^iledrnnainga-: b^ilocu" drive f will not  He  *ifn. 20'h-r- BhonHc awiire? ihe Turk ish  Minister h-";e lhat:.t!ie co'ricln'dfin of a dro'et  tr-"\iy nf e������),omT,ree wl������h Rumania,will not  p r������--j 11 < n oe I h e p61M leal h������ j vereig n t y o f Tu rkey.  tii>g. > i i a j io ns a-re m o w i ri p rogn������.*<f belweea t li e  C-iverninenis of Germany and .Mexico for the  ���������con c i Uci o u of .a, tre a ty Of. oo in in erce.  x ' '  SPAI^.  Madrid,' 2()!h---The Oarltsts-shot $7.prison*  tr* capturf%I. atCavelJoV ������������������  Specials ft'tim Spain to the Si. and ard slate  Unit large reiriforcementts. are froing forward  to Mirhind, where tlie Rfpnbliean army is  ma?siog for <ohAritinns in Navarre and Pam���������  jv'luna. The Carii.^ts are CftiWring aVound  J'Nlelbi and er command of (Ian. Mendei'i,���������  The na������(������ne battalions wilh Don Carbm are  on the point of leaving Vera for Pumpehma.  TURKEY.  Aden, Nor. 19���������Egyptian men-of-war are  b'ocknding the sea port of IJerdirdh; Africa.  and pre yen I Sag. tlie. shipment of merchandmf!  t������> this Kin Lion, A Uritifjh gunboat has. been  disimlehed to tnrinire into the matter,  Conptantinnrde. 20ih ���������Baker,.. U.S. Minister,  recently received information that the resi  tii>nc<* of the American missionaries in Lato-  l^ea. Syria, was to ho violated by onned  forces, called upon the Grand Viwv and hud  a long consultation wilh liirnupon tlie subject  o f l h e o u j ra ore. T f i w G ra n <1 V j ze r sa ii 1 h e was  waiting*: for the report from the. Government  of Syria, and could take *no acHon until it  van received, but he promised most��������� positively-  that the Porte would give tho United ShUi-?  Governmerit full.and complete satisfaction if  ^vrmig had been done.  CUBA.  Tin van a. I Oth ���������The 3 j) an ish mail steamer  Isle de Cuba arrived here to-day, having dis*  embarked 1,000 marines at Santiago de Cuba.  washed np J-10 oz. last week and 40 oz. On  W ed f i e.-? d ay. . Vi c to via co. was! i ed up. '(} 30". oa.  last week Vancouver co. washed up HU^ok  1 ast week and Af^'i on \Vednesday. Vi\\\ean  c >. wh s'ied. n n -87 (js, las t wee k an d 02 Vi n  Vtp d n es d a y. / J11 ���������< i v p ���������������r te d t It at the Costotl o"  have struck a very goodurospeci in their new  drive.   G1 adstone co. have go11be water oat.'  POLICE  COURT.  JSefore IT. M. Bat.u Esq., Sslpeaaiarv  ���������  _    . ira. te, an u J ox.. N utt',- ISsq^ J. P.  Magjs-  Ait mueli tnis week.  :     ELS VEX .0?  EXG LAND COr  are still pushing:ahead with their machinery;  a n d ' w 1������ e n co iii p I eled w i It ri val ^a-uy ta i n g o'  thoi.idrid in British.Columbia.  ���������TV  - ;Richfikei>'. Nov. 25.  Ah ������������������S'nj'f. .a; Chinaman, ..was brought up  Rod changed by-Co:irtable Greeii v/iih sieal-  ing one quilt and ..six. poekut handkerchiefs  from aclotliHsline in the rear of the house in  ;t ii u Io wer end of the io wn of B-\vUervi 1Je oe'en pied by Mr JopephSL 'Laurent.  Mr St.' La u re u t bei n g s wo rn, s !a te rl that  about half-past 3 o'clock this morning he was  awakened by. the barking of a dog in the  house, and on lnokirig out saw (he prisoner  taking some things belonging to hi in from a  clotlu-s-lino, Vj'irness went out, and aHer  so?ne difficulty sn co ceded in soc tiring the  prisoner and ^ivij������g him into custody. The  prisoner was ������������*ra poi n;r Use hand kerchiefs np  iu the quilt The articles produced were  those taken by the prisoner and belonged to.  witness.   '    *   ���������  The prisoner refused to say nriythlnflf in Ids  defence, and wax commiitod for trial at the  next Assizes. Prkoner, had been prev'iously  Accused ot stealing a hat from Gruubaiiai,  Bros.  ������- ������������������ <S>  ������" ������������������'  I  Btolkn* PnorKitn.-.���������Constable Green on  Wednesday evening searched the cabin oc  copied by the Chinaman caught by Mr Si  Laurent robbing bis clothes-line, and tonnd  three shirts belonging to Mr St. Laurent,  v al i i ed a t $15; a 1 a d .T/ *s c 1 oak an d a pi I i o w'.  stuien from Mr Uyrne^' auction room at Ihe  lime of Mr Laliier's sale ; nod gome articles  of Clothing stolen from clothes-lines several  months since.  'Laugh Wash Up.���������The Victoria co. washed  up 630 os, last week:  GLA03TO.Xl<;; cp. *;  expect to get the wa ter oi 11 th is week ��������� when  they will-, co rn m e ��������� j Ce  w o rid tig b e I o w.   I: n n  d e rs I a rid iri m e 1 n te res ts ji aye c han g <������d han d s :  an d i fa m a u is on the sp ec ri late, there is no t  a betler chahce iirCaybop.      ! '"' : .'���������"���������./ . '"���������  . Itrwjll be seen from the above that the outlook on Lightning has never been better j and  1 venture to assert, that {'owe is notatpreseni  on ihe face of the earth a raining camp talcirg  out so much gold, according to the number if of snow on the road,"The party were tweut*  men employed, as Lightning.    I^ery one h s I davg com!     dowa to Qn<jaileL ���������    */  money, and if they have not it. is their own      " to ���������   *"?-  fr*^  fan 11., Th e rest a u ra n is and sa I o o n g are d o ing  A  ru sh ing b usi n ess, iynd Wri! rn o fc's h\g h.tn i ng  , E^Tuaxs-b 'Fit'o'if::Cas3die.0&Lr John Me i Hjf-'  ter- and/Mrvl^iac Lipsctfewbb haive been, itl  the Cassiar count[ry lor the past five months*  returned to;Canboo by jtast .lEzprviar:;ThSd"  gentleinpn, aUhongh they;tW  through "the small end of the; horri/; do noi  byanyvmearisspeak.unfavorably of the Gas*  star diggings; ;Of course, tlniTrnchnesaMia^  been very.much exaggerated inspm^ipws-  papersyvbut'a number of miners'have- dono  ;ver^:weii;,T>  ;paid:their owners' from two.to,three thousand  dollars;for the">��������� season's' work.    Deass and;  Th j b er t creeks a re near I y  w o rk ed' b u t; li at  ho pes arc eh te r tai n ed o f; e tr i k i a g. go o d d i^*  g\ n gs i n  th e D el 6 i re co 11 n t ry. vy he re s e v e r al  companies -wil I f "prospec t \ -during th e p res eat  win ton-v AM r: Ja in es ^V ic k h a rti is keep i ng a r o r<*  for Foster;&-\Veih   ilillon is still: looking  for ,the; -lendil y'Mi; Me A lister s inyti ilrat on ������  pro odd aim iri Car i bo b is wo rth int ire th a u is 11  ./lie- clai ms so far sir uc k i n". th e Gass i %'r Co ii nt'fy V  ;__,,[t.iiw.Qlotkes[ZvsiiT,tmr0The c*oth; e-iiiii  thief, committed for 'trial at������������������Ih'sj-nVit Assi������i**.i  oiiTliumday);ihtiy thti^Al iAti' starsV:tn^t /hi*  ;o.*.ptor was a good ternpered man> for wo o\���������%.  i:nagihe :v6^dfjg/more.;..likely;/to try a oian'i  j te m per: t h a n . b ei ng fo r ced  t o .rti ah from 'his  bed in Io the open a ir at 2 o'cl6ck in the, mon? ���������  .Ibg'. with-:;.the :tbermometer afciIS:.ijexOw zer.-^:  sans every thing: ?i n the aim p e 6 i c) o tlti hg* ex; 7  cent nightshirt and drawers-,*   The;patient:  an d"-good ��������� te m p ered Jo b,under sim il ar ci re n m* 1  stances would, we,imagiae; have/ been sorely,  tem p ted to ad mi maler a sou n d th rashing;, i <*  the disturber of bis, rest and: pui-loinerof;Ilitf  ���������pro p erty.   In . consequ en ce of the h u meroua  ro b b eries. of th is k i nd 1 a te ly|;.*. t he p riso her h aa  been sent up.for trial,: aud the district wil*;  therefore be rid Tor a year at least :of one < f  tli e nu m e ro us';- G ti in ese rascals who are e ver.'  on the alert to commit, thefts^        ! -o v i  ���������  I'No Mails.-J-fn/consequence^ of thev^teamerv:  0 n ward; b a v ing, b e-ejit; u n ab I e:: to vvreacb:: N e w  AYes tm i n s te r las t week, o n ly.. w ay.rsi d e m ai is  b e t w eon h ere an d New Wes tin Ins ler \v i II ar-  aive- by to-niglit"srExpress; -* Heavy snow  storms haye made;Ibe: Yal O; canyon al ciosft  impassible. The last down;Express was,ono.  d ay go Ing fro m * py tto n. to .Kanaka; Bar. a d fay  ta "ii c e of 11 mi les,: where Hi ey. were c omi p el 1 ed  lo leave the team'and proceed on ���������.���������'foot. Th������  Telegraph line has also been prostrated bo* .  tow Ly I to n.   Ex t r a re p ai re rs are o u t on th ei ������������������  1 i ne, a.n d a 1 a rge p ar ty o f m en ar e/sho v������l lin^j  the road��������� out on Jackas3 Mountain,.\yhich Ij  full of slides.: ,'��������� '���������/'.- .        .-.; :-0  0mrxEOA.���������James May, P. G irod, J, C. Jo h ii  son, and M. J; Kern arrived at Qo'esnelinohtb  f ro ni G m i n eda 1 ast Mo n d ay,31i av i ng left. Ma rm  "son c reek Novo m ber 3 d.. They re port tni i i in g  operation's, suspended, on accbtuit of cold  w;eatlie r. Abo u t t went,y m e n a re wi n tering ia  Omiueca.   The Kenney and Jerry comnanie^  There is a foot  will rock during the winter.  K:cj i ress'--si x��������� i ft ��������� ba n d ��������� ia daily loaded wilh  people'from the capi'a1 of Cariboo, who take  adyautu^e of the .fine sleighing . to enjoy a  holiday on-Lightning.  I shall now bid your readers and old Car}-  boo adieu ! And although re turn big. tomy  native land afler a:i absence of twelve years.  [ must say that I leave Cariboo wilh regret,-  ixn d will ex perie nee ihe $ reatest pain In part  Ing from the many friends [ have made during my residence here. 11 have nothing but  sood to say of the country or its people;  although I may mention that I have seen  mlxny " u))S aiid dowris,5; having been twiee  burnt out, and sold my " pile''' once for a  hundred dollars, lint "Fortune, the fickle  goddess, s!aiIed on me aFt<*r years of froxvns ;  Hindi i hope that one,and all of the industrious]  energetic-miners of Cariboo will have the  same pleasant tab; to tell when they also  \ ea v e e i M i e r for fa r- d is ta n t hoi n es o r to se tti e  down iu mure salubrious portions of this rich  Province.  P'tOai'ECTOR.  Lightning Creek, Nov. 27, 1S74.  Salk of Minmxg Ct,aims.���������Two interests in  ihe Van Winkle Co., Lightning Creek, cimnged  hands ias.fc/.week at $7,1100 per interest, and  two and a-half interests in the Victoria Co.at  the same ratOs  Ckako- Rafflk.^A grand rafSe will taka  place at the Fulcan Saloon, Stanley, on thti  evening of the 2-iib December, 1874. Tho  prizes consist, of a magnificent set of diamond;  ear.rings, lit ior a;Grand Puchess, $} 20 ia  iroId coin, lady's gold watch,sewing machinit  occ, &c. Particulars will be found iu our uc*i  vertyrig columns.  Can*adia%t PACii'rc Ratlroad.���������)\fr Jarvtt  will leave Quesn el mouth in a f&\v days to ei*-  pi ore a pass through tho Rocky Mountain*  between the North branch of Fraser aiid  Peace river.  BeukivUcv, September, IS CD.���������Gentlemen,  I feel ifc a di\ty I owe to you to express m f  gratitude for the great benefit I have derived  by taking ��������� Nor to ir s Ca mo in i I e Pi IU.f I a p-  p I i ed to y n u r a p; e n t. M r Be11, B e vk v I ey, lo r  the above-named Pills, lor wind in the stomach, from which I suffered excruciating paiii  for a lepfith of tinny iiaving tried nearly  cvory remedy prescribed, but without deriv-  i a jj any benV(it at all.' Afier t ���������*. Id ng i w<������  bolties, of. your valuable Pills, I wan quite  restored to my usual state of heaiilL Pleas*  give Ibis publicity lor the benefu of thr.**.  who may be thus ailiicied,���������I am, sir, truly  yours. IIen'kt Ar.LPAS3,~-To the Pit������^rUitcrni XA  ��������� ;  hy  XHTDBARD   IS   AGAIN  TO THE   FRONT  with extended. facilities-to do a4l kiuUaof wort  ;������aId? line.    - ....... . ;  .'AiartfaftEsoytaieut of  ��������� .lamps,  '6toyes, cookknq utensils, &c,  ��������� *!B hfiJtd^ end -."NEW GOODS  constantly  beinjr* re-  ^.tivi.-d. ��������� .   '���������      iiiilSdin  "BARKSRVILLE,      '[ A/.���������  '. Atfcctioneer,. Co m mi s s ion  "    and Mining Agent,  .  APPRAISER, AIT CGMEYAIGEII  '* fif^rGoodsreceived and stored,in FIRE-PROOF  ^CELLAR., and liberal advances-made on same, at  ijH������a80Dal)lc ���������rutus,* my 0 6m  {STANLEY,,  v   -.    LIGHTNING CREEK,  ���������'      ��������� ���������        :Has on hand a choice stotik of  0 /Provisions, G-rocexies;  IIOHOBS,- -'.GIGASS/ CLOTHIER.  which bo vyill sell,     yyi'X X  WHOLESALE" AND RETAIL   AS CHEAP  AS-THE CHEAPEST.  ,-..'.*.-    >���������': ., auir'r '--.''-���������'������������������-. . ,x  -SHROT.I THIP DATE TT*E ASSAY Charge  .11    for lots of-Gold Dust of Fifteen Ounces -or un-mr  0     REDUCED TO TWO DOLLARS,  ���������U������s4.f.of  fdlNERAL ASSAYS TO. FIVE DOLLARS,  *ho latter payaijloln advano*..  ,..-���������- w. hitchcock.  29'tli August.'1874 - ^u2Q ];n  "Pubic Notice,  P !t I V A T E   BILLS.  All a ppli cat inns for Private "Bills, property the  fcnbj^ct nf l^islatlon by the Legislative Asfcoinhh* of  ������rltisli Columbia, within tlie purview ui' "Tin- ttriti.Hn  .ftorih America Act. 1S57," whether f'������r the ftr������ction of  u Brjtltft.% thi������ mukiui; of a Railroad, TurupikoRontl, <-r  'Tflcgrapii L-.no, the construction or i in pro vein out..of a  ���������llarlior, Cnrml, Lock.-Da in or Slide, or other like work;  ";the grsntir.x of a right ol tVrry; tho .Incorponilh'ii of  any particular trade nrcallinjf, or of any .Ldnt Stock  ���������Company; or ntlsi rwjyo tor granting to any individual  ���������������>r iu-.iiviiluals any oxehwiye <;r peculiar."rights or priv  :J legos wliJitcTur, or for doing! airy ma tur or thins  "which in itsoperalion would a fleet* tho ritrht or prop.  ���������<;riy of other parlies, or relate lo any particular class  kOf tlii"; ooirmiHttily: or for making any ainrndmenl of a  Jiko nature to any'former Act. sfiatl require a NoMco,  ���������cU-arly aud distinctly specifying .the nature and ohject  .<jf tin; ap|fHcuti<������n', to be published as follows, viz.:  A Kotic) iusertod in the Prilish OlumI-ir. Gazette",  aiid in one newspaper published in the district af-  XectO'l, or Jf there be no newspaper jvuhlishcd therein,  thi'ti in u jK'wspup'T in the next nearest district in  ���������which a newspaper is nublisiietl.  Such iodic-shall he continued In each case'for  -f.porh'd of at least six weeks, during the interval or  'time between the close of the n-xt preceding .Session  .������nd Mkj consideration of the petition.  Before any Petition pr������ying for l?av* to brine  In a Priva In ii ill Tor tho erection of n Toll Bridge is  presented to the House, tho person or persons intend-  .iajr to pellli'������n for such Bill shall, upon 'giving the no-  iico.prescribed in the preceding Ruh\ also.nt tho same  iinifc, find in the s������ms manner, givo notion of tbe ivites  wh ich -they intend to ask, tho extent of (he. privilege,  Ah e li ei Ld 11 of t) i o a re U es .  ihe in terva 1  b et w een I h u  abntment? or piers for the'passage of rafts or veBW*K  .-and^mentioning also whether ihoyintend to cr^ct a  -drawbridge or not, and the dimensjnnsof ih*������ same.  J. ROWLAXn HETT,  Ju4 ...    ..Clerk of the Legislative Assembly  ommission*  *���������*..    following:: art* 11^  Land Recordingpis'tricts iii the' Koylnce of  (iriti-sb Columbia:. -A     ��������� 007yir 'rAA:7"A/:  NEW WESTMINSTER1 "mSTOifCT. " v  The Lan rl H eeoMi r g R is tri ciofNe w Wes t-  mih'ter sliall "ihe���������:*%6\ltitled Aon the South by  ihe Soul hern Bouncliiry^qfrjtie Province (the  <tmh Parallel of vfTorth:'La!il*TV(3e^t6 apolnt  ab o i it.. "05 in i I ea Eas t froml tho ' shore o f 'tl j e  Gulf of GeorgmVftal4 point beiri^ Ihe.Sontii-  .Eastern corner of New \Vesj.mi.nster Dirftricl.  and the Sou ih- Western corner-. oT'lhe' Yn\e  District; o n ; t lie >B*t s t "by a li ne.. (b'ei n g, also  llie Wes t er n -b pi md ary of: V the Yal e Di s I ri c I) ?  runni-ng.North. fr^  cornert. crossing JJrnser,..Kiver abpui.B mi 1 es  nbove the mouib^^tiarns^  fan co' ojf^about _,\45,1 rni les, an d I hence Nerth*  West.' by Nor tli about ^-6 mites^n t-an average,  dis ta nc e o f ab 6 lit 10 ni i I es'-, Eas t friyra ihe^gen -'  e ra I con rse of; (he:: J)ou g\ its::IPp rt age, to tli e  Nor4b-EaBtern:!^n*er:foi:>sai<I ^isVrie^:wtncIi:  is al^o tbe North-*Western corji^rofTdle pis-,  trict;, on tbe l!*iorth^b^a/linev(be^  Southern bonndfiry^in part. ,of the LiMooet  District), thence ruliiiln^^^ last-  named corner^ crossitig 1A]\oo6tXL'ake -'at*u  poiiit about eqnMistantJrpm  touching the extr:em%;Nprlhe.rh5jy^^  ���������vis Itilet (which i*^* the South-Westf corner vbf  Lillooet pist.net) thence to- ^rfrbtes.'VBayJ on  the ehore of Desolati6n Sound%l-and -on (the  West, bya-kne runningHhrongh the middle  of -Ilomfray Ghannel,,;tbrr'SaraIP Point;   and  t ben ce in. a- st ra_i-gbf-lin[e 'Sbuifel yito iieftnpst  Westerly pointypf..^-vK^yTsl^rid^.ivthence^lo  raid channel ofvGuitvptVGeorgia; :theiipe :AO\  the centre of Sabine channel to the boni'd.ary  of Nanaimo LandJiecordirig^pistn^  \������g through the centre of ;said^ channel to a  point opposite .Point Up wood. Texada Isja&d;  t h en c e fo 11 o \v i n g \ he ni i d -ch an n e 1 X> I* th e S t ra it  of Georgia tqf:-theJNprfh-EaM  Go w ich an Disfntefc;- - ;thence:West :pn; tlip 49tb  Rugged,} f Sa-^aryy'- 0. Har'wd pjt^ j-'Texfli^'a??:  ���������'Hardy,'   ' Kelson?:7?.Oaptain^^Q'earspn.'  < Thowiiahfly/" XTra-i!^ AWltite,^ VXnyiy ;> De:-  fpnce,,   * vymjltj$lai>^/  ( B o w en,'������ Pas 1 ey A A Popi i am,* ,' Woo 1 co mb e;?  and ''"Passage.? a ml all 6 th er "��������� s'm'a 11. Islands not  enumerated within said boundaries, ;,  DISTRICT OF YALE (YALE 'DIVISION).  Th 8 ' Yal e Land ,R e cord i tig I> i ra a i oa . sh al 1  he bounded o n 1 he W est b y ii 1 vn e co mm eric-  i n p: o n ih e 4 0: b: fa ni 1 lei o f 'KWr tli La ti I ud eV  (���������io nii! es East from, tlie Gulf of Geon^m, being  also the Son (h-Eastern corner of-New West-  m i n s ter Lan d AR ecord ing. Dis trict ; th en.ee  N o r t h about. '15 ni i i es ; th en e'e No r t b about  4.5 rni 1 es ; thence North-,W(ist ab61it 50 iniles  to a point b-" i"g. tfie Norlh-Easterly corner^of  New \V< jsl in; nsiter. Dis trict; thence-East about  87 m i 1 es to. a po ia t h ear the j i i n c lio n o f t Ire  Tho in pso n a n d Ni cp 1 a II i ve rs ; th en ce i n. a  South Easterly d i re c ti o n,. r n n n i n g p ar al J������l to*  the .treneral course of the Nicola 'fever, and  distant about 7 miies therefrom, for a distance  o f about 85 m 11 es U> Go 1 cl water Ei ver j th en ce  in a Southerly direction al on g'\ he trail to a  point 2 mites West ot"Princeton \ thence due  South to the 49tii Parallel, about 36 miles;  thence along the said parallel to the point of  commencenieut. '  mjOTIOTn  IS   HEBSBY  -GIVEN   THAT  J.1    on rai alter tbo  1 'FIRST DAY OF N07RMBER NEXTr...  allClMms in the fnrilr^o UiPii-i^t mar hf Hil   ovrr  ������i>;irth������20**> M*y. 1SvTf������. 't������*ifect to ihe Sih S.Hdion  <if the Gold Miuiug Anoru-ljiiHit Ao.\ 137*2.  ���������; IL   M   BALL,  .-,... Gold (A'mDir*^i'->.n>r,  ' fitcli'^Id, 7=t.1a Ootobt-r, 157*. oclO  DISTRICT   OF   YALE  (KAMLOOPS '  DIVISION).      ���������   "  Tlie  Kami oops Land Recording Division  shall be bounded on the Son Hi by a tine commencing at a point 2 miles West of Princeton,  rnnriitiir due East to the South point of Okan-  \\gt\n Lake ; ��������� ihence on the   East  by a line  running1; Northward,  and fallowing1 Ihe Eastern  slioie of  Okana<ran  lnhe  to  ilf\ head ;  thence due North to Round Lake : thence on  tho South by :i line running doe East, fo the  Eastern boundary of Yale Electoral District,  being: also the Western boundary of Koote-  nny  District;   thence following the Western  b ou p d ary o f. Kc> o te n ay Di-st r let, to t h e No r tti -  East corner of Yale Electoral District; thence  on  the N.-.rtb by the .Southern boimdarv, in  part of Lillooet District, running West "from  t h o s ^i d i as t. n a m ed oornpv, an d pass in rr a b o u t  11 s ree u\ \ i e h ' No 'r.i'h of Say nu j i i v. to a d i s I��������� a a c e  pf about 20 miles ;   thence in j������ direct line  about ijo miies,' \n  a poinf. on   tlie North  ���������Thompson River (Meridian  Biuid)   about J5  mH ������8 Norlh of. Ram I oops ;' thence in a.direct  line  ni>onfc   15  miles  Nor!h   of   Kamloops :  t W n ce in a. d i red 1 j no a bo u I A 0 lin es ~t o '(11 v  lit mite post on tlie winfou road from Yale to  Clinton-; thence, in a direct line GO miles to  tho gouUi U'osi ooroer of Ote $������lid Yai������ EIcc-1  j  toral I>istrici. being also the North-East cor-  he r; o f JS? ew Wrest ra i 11 stei* D istri c t; then ce f ol -  towing ihe Northe^rn and Eastern bp,uisdaries  "o f t he Yal e Land ft ec o rdl tig D j'Visiotx to -the  point, of cob^en-cement..  ilSTRIGT   OvATALTS! -.(OSabYOOS  J.;* :vvJ)msiONV::.-.'j:vvv,.''>:  The Osooyoos: Land^Recording -District  shall bo bonnded on the Son th by the j9 th  P a rai lei. co m tn e nc i n g a t a poi nt, (. hpin g a Ino  ih e Sou th ��������� Eas t * * oo rn e r, o f th e via Uliiri d llie-  cord ing Di vision) ; Ukju ce r uno i ng Wm t;.. t p  the W es ter n b p u n i 1 a ry of Koo ten ay Di st r i c t  Ah en ce run a in g No r 111wa rd a I o n g th e-'m i d  ���������We s ter n b o u n da ry t o the So u t.h^Eas t, co rner  of t he Kami oops Land Recording Division ;  th e n ce following 11 i e So n t h er n an d J3as t ?. r n  b on ti d ar i e s of sa id L an d Record ing Di v Wi on,  to the South-\vesterii cornei; of the.said Kain���������  loops Land. Record ing Division ; thence due  Sou th a I o h g t! i e bo nil da ry of th e Ya I e La n d  Recording Division' to point of coinmeuce-  meuJt.--";. v-;- A   yyy-- ��������� -���������X"\.'.-   _      ���������'���������; 1     '. [',:i  ��������� LILLOOBf-DISTRIOT.-,  : The tand.RecordingrDlslriet: of Tuillooet  shall be bounded nn the East by 'a line (hpihg  also th e Wes ter n bon n il a ry, i n p art,; o f the  Koote "if ay Djs tri c I.) co m me nci ng f ro m lb f *'  No rth -Eastern; ceVnerlot. Y a j e lii t epioi-a 1 Dis *:  trict;' thence fo U pw ing a co ii rse p a ra 11 e 1 to  tli e :-gehe rai; co nrse;Of J he Co hi nib ia-Ri vei: and.  about:���������'teat".miles disiant ther^(i-o:m.;.5p:mLies,  to a��������� p 6 in t mi 1 -h e 5 2d Pa ra 11 e l o f, .No r th :La t i -  tnd e. which is \ he No11 h -Eas t ern cont e r u f  said' laillopet District, and the Soulh-Eastern  corner of Oariboo Disfrict; on. the North by  tbe said 52il Parallel (being also tbeSoutherp  bonndarv of Cariboo -Disiriei) crossing: the  Gdribbp:: Road-at Ihe^lSSLhi ajijoj-posti ipr;a  d i s ta ri ce:. of ab 6 n t 2 2 9 in i I es.- \ oy a :pp in fc p n t h e:  124 th Meridia n., whip his the Norjh - Western  corner of said Lillooet Dtstnet.and^lie South  Western corner of Cariboo District;.-.-on the  West by the said 124th Meridian, a distance  o f ab o ii fc 125 mi les, %p the- pt?i ivt w h t1 to : th e  s ai d JM er i u i an . i a tersecis th e Nor I h er u bb in i-  i)ary of New Westminster rI)isLrictL at fhei  Northern extremity of Jervis Inlet; vou the  So nth by: the N o rtherii b own dary, o f New.'  Westminster District, to: tlie Nortfi Eastern  corner of said District (which is also the:  No rth-Western corner of Ya:Ie: E ectoral District) and thence by the.Nor heru .bou^dai^^  b ef ore d es crib e d; of sa i d Y a I eE to c toral J) i s-.  tri o t, t o the: S P11 th - E as f e r n cor n e rl of s aid Li 1 -  j oo e t D i s tri e t ,��������� which, i s also the No r th-Eas tern  corne^of Yale Electoral bib trict: v.-..  ���������'���������:  o f No rth La I i < ti d e; o������ t he AEap t by the i 241 h  Meridlan (if West %tongi'rude.;..... on: the North  ���������fey, i he 6 Q\h 1'ara lie); it n d ���������* o n J he West by  A task a, a: Territory of; the Un i ted-S tales -Jf  America','1 '���������'���������','��������� *,; ,r" ���������-���������;-.-;-������������������-. <-y , ,rr...-.  ' ROBEET BEAVEN,  Chief Commissioner Lands & Wrorks.  Lancrs aiid Works Office,   . ; ;'  j  Victoria, July ISth. 1874.' '        -  A: +(,y '  ���������OT.Ml6:':M^  4jiiog  ���������'���������;��������� :. DISTRICT OF KOOTENAYi V / v  The Lan d R eco rd i ng Din} ri ct of Kpn ten a y  sh'tt 11 be b p n fl d ed o n ��������� th e W e? 11 i y t !j e be fo re  d esc r i h e:<\ Ea s t e rn bon nd a vies o f Ya 1 e Electoral ' ^ n d Di 1.1 no et * D ist ii c t s^ > to t Ii is, No rth  Ens tern c o rn e r o P Li 11 boot D is iri c t, w i \ i c h i s  also the South-Eastern corner of pari boo DiS-  trict, anil tiience by a line (being jiIko the  Spilth -Eastern boundary of Cariboo District)  f o 11 o w i n _r t h (^ge^i era! con rse o ft h e Co In'i obi a  R i v e r. an d d i s i a n t fro in i t ab o u t 10 m i I es, f or  a fu r th er rl if taocS of about 50 miles, to a  point on the 118th Meridian, about lo mites  North-East of tlie Boat Encampment, Vnd  thence by (helTSih Meridian-(bei-nsr also the  Eastern boundary, in part of Cariboo District) to the summit nf the Rocky Mountains,  the Eastern boundary of the Province ; ou  the East by tlie said Fv.isfern bpnudnry of the  Province ; and on the Sonih by the 49th  Parallel, the Southern boundary ot the Province..  DISTRICT OP CARIBOO.  The Land Recording District of Cariboo  shall be bounded on.the West by the 124th  Meridian, which is also tht Eastern boundary  of the Coast District; on the South by the  52d Parallel, which is also the Norihern boon,  dary of Lillooet District; on th������ South -liJasf  by the before described boundary, in part, of  Kootenay District.; on tho East by the 11 Si h  Meridian of West Longitude (being also the  Western boon dary, in part, of Kootenay District) to (.he summit of .ihe Rocky Mountains,  an d J h e n co No r th war 1 by the su rn m i l.;.o f the  Rocky Mountains, and by.the 120th Meridian  o f Wes t Lr n gi i tu de. \\\p. listen i bon n d a ry Jo f  the Province; and on the North by Ihe 60th  Parallel of NoriJi ^Latitnuo/ithe]'Northern  boundary of tho Province.  DISTRICT OP OMINECA.  The Laud Record intr Dis trict jof' Ominena  shall be bounded on the South by tho /54th  Parallel of Norlh Laiitude ; on the East hy  the I24th Meridian of Knp.i Longitude; on  the North- hy the 56lh Parallel; V.nd on the  West by the liJ7ih Meridian -of East LpgL  ttide. '���������  DISTRICT OF CASSrAR  The Cassia r L*md Recording I) is trio I shall  be boused oa fc Sv*i&>y ihoMtii JP^uaicl  vtoticb :ig -rerkby- gitejt that; crown  ll Grants ..will be issued to tho under men lioucd  .Mining Coalp'mleg for tuud.rhi]mod, hy;diem, ia:jic-.  ciitvaiico ivitli .'���������'" Tlio Gold Mining Allienilrnelit. Aclr  1873," SIXTY (00) PAYS'i'rom the thUe hereof; 'jvrOr  vi>ie.I no u.hjer.i U>i\]h IOiIgoil againrt i.he lssu ing of tho  fi:i i ft G rii n ts with t h o Gh i of Corn ih Issitinuf ,of tan fl *  and "Wurks herore tli.o bxpirai;^h of; tbo said Bixty  daysi viz,:���������^     ���������'���������������������������-. ��������� '' - ���������  :   : ; The Black Jack ntid BurnaCoinpiny, bill claim,  7 'i'lio. Myrtle Company. '���������--  The B-illrtratCoaipihy,   ' f ... ��������� -X ."���������   t-  -   The Soi Juui Ccaupany,  :;  Th&Alirt Ocniiwiiy.!-x  ytia A1cMri;������ (.omjiany.: A-"-A'.:  ���������1 r The V:'rest Roso Cunipany. >   * ?  Tho3J^uou*p(ja%:t*y.���������'"���������'������ ������������������'-,;' ..;        i.yy-  The lmh'p viitlon i--C>mipMi y. '   ��������� ^  The Oaiuhyyort Cotapuay..* .   v.  Plana of tins mining jiroun : claim (vi hy the nh^T^  Companies"c:in b������i! soL-uj-n't: tlVo ��������� ofiiQe.ot ther Govvrn*  ine'nt 'A^ent, -Oirito, f6r .Sixty-diiya^iroin the vdiaa^  hereof.   ,    ,*, ���������'.'"..:���������-     'A  X' ;1 "��������� "ROBERT: BKAVFCM^        ���������  ������OK!-f Commissioner of Lan aa und Works  : Lin'lpftiri Works lispaHmeat,   . .���������-.'���������;       .. A .A'-"  y Vjctori-ijJuly ISOiiylSTl. iy     ' x\ ������u8  .���������:'' ii   ' '    V-- '.������������������-���������"���������, ���������' ;���������".".'.'���������-   -'.'^r!as*n-  ���������*���������*������':  v;V-;;LE-Ai:&:-PS-.^;- ;-  -    v Celebrated  WOR C EST ER S HIR E    SAUCE  -������������������/ .DoclareclbyConnoiiiseurftohc ���������    --  >/'    /THE -..ONLV-   G-OOD  SATTCE.'   / -  -; Cauti.611 against Fraud.���������Tbpewrp*-wa of r %  inost ;tl elicious an d.,.-. u n riy������ 11 e t?. Coi-i������Ii nM-v.tr li'dvii %  cause.fl carta iii leiilers to iipjdy the".boh? p o *' ��������� Were*  'tershi re Sauce" l o t Iso\ i- ow tii n!eribr con������pi: u o - '��������� ai ti ������  pa hi ie. is li e rehy i a feriri ed t h al i ti% oh 1 y va y U- fa���������������  cur e the go ii a j n o, i s to :y . '.:'���������' "*- '.���������  ask:;.for.lea. & .pebrins5  saucii-  and to see* thnt itnSJr ������3.ine������j������ro upon tho'^kafi'wr  LABKLS.ST0PlM:R,find Jl.sTT) E.     ;  . Some oftheCor.eign in������irkoi <: hav\a? *hoonsojjjdii*tl  with a spurious \\%>rc^te.r?;h1i'< Sn������CD}ajj������n the wrap^  per an d t K he! 8-of vv hipb th a .riamos oi i>-a j* h d.Peri'i v. 3  nave h een -forged, J;, and 1*-. jrivf ant in? that tht y  havo lornlshed tli<!,JrcorreK'pon<k,niF with pcw*������T '4  at tor n ay .t o tn Ite inst an l procee < I iji g ������. a jra h t s l m a n r>  fact 6 it i at s a n d v i;.vb o k p o 11> ti eh, o r an y o i tier J ui i ia *  tion s h y wh I cli fc he i) r j gh \ m n y h ei a frin ge aA  Ask for LISA ^ PERKINS' Saiice and see  :  Name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and  S topper ."V , -    .- '"''.'.        '  3^hol .i.sa hvan d-fh-r-ea^^t-by-1 h^-pi-oprle i orsr-AVfir*  ccs to r; Cross*'! & Bl ack well, Lmidon, Ao, f  k c: A ttitl  by Grocers aiid Oilmen universally.  Van  Volkeiihiirgh. & Co.  tai.  aers,  ARKERV1LLE    AND  LI&nraiNG GREEK.  A'SUITLT OF TUB   .  est quality:' eF������FSM meats  j & 20 A1 vvnyft o n. h a n tl.  A  EACHAfVl &< NASO  <r  ��������� RE prepared to nirnish Lumber at their Jlills.  IX   W i 1 Ha in Ore e k, or d ������I i ve r 11 to o r d <\r,  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  GREEK.  HavlTiff a Planing Machiua ia oprration they wi  ahio furnish  DRESSED LI7MBSB.I

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