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 Tol.:14.  l^^e^^^^^^0^^^t  y ���������������������������^.0.}-,'"' iX:yy yt:''/  Publisi|B!db|^g^^day by.  '$L:'0:B gJ&iT*:  ���������fiubsorilition, -  H^OL:rfeQ)^AlT������  -' 5GCeats per TSfaek.  ���������>; '/'���������' *���������/; RATE9 <QF ADV^RTK^;: ;,'  Faroua iSCJiare (dtte intfb), first Insertion,'  ������������        "    : one rowaih,  ���������  Fo^twbajisBaTeB, firstlnsertion, ... -  -. ���������  ,/������������������������'���������.   ' -u-yy (MiompBttb,,-,.^;.^ ;���������*���������?  6  Agents for :tKo^l\bari^o'B  Yan'.WiaTefa. '-'[.   'y  ^uosnelmoutb,.   p  ���������Soda Creole, /r.<;v;  ���������Clinton, - ���������������,.������������������  Tale, ...'. - rr:f:0  .'���������"Now Westminster,,  Tictoria,: '- ���������������������������;���������.���������*-''���������.���������*.���������  I:. P.. FiBber; ���������: v  Tiean&Co.; ::;,^  <Q SStteot/,:"- : ���������>;���������  ' -.'..- Y A. D. McTnnea.  vy ml Barnard's Express  X 0.,--Barnard1 s Express  ���������'"���������������������������"' -��������� v Barnard's Express  'ilf ^ v d*������g>v ��������� .do.  - 'S*' >ufobn Mwrray  ���������:',/::"T, '*��������� -.'V,.-.viir Webster.     -  /...-  San Francisco  ��������� * 0B "��������� '������������������ 0; .-i S^iCrancjsco,  : 80 Cornt)iE, I^ndqh,Bipv  mtfi OARIb^aSENTINiEt  ������rdsi Circular^  >    Bails arid TbealxicaI.EnliOrtaiDments,  refuted wi tht rieajjti^aaap d.dtepatcb, j|^  * \; ;^^P93T"!?#9t^^^i^^V^^fi-'*-^ Ax// A  mmm7moQW$L  . ��������� Al" 0"'.' * AAuQmwxm'Oistex* ������-' '-:������":  "Nov. 2���������Recorded \n favor pf John A. Willi amg, in tniat for the Pioneer :co., one inter-  *eat fn said dpi. abandoned by Ben. Edwards.  0 stober- 29���������Mnrtla co^Becprd^d in fa^or;  -of P.; Oarey, Wm. Jeffares,: Alex^ Munro, A-  Fletcher,,!), VeEwan,,- each : 100 feet;-TSohn  liloAitet* r^  if. SiiliWanv/ir-S"^^^-^/^; Nenfeldar,  ��������� John Pavis, G. Bfckley, Wm.^nfe, N.Gritftr  T>aani,;������whMfeet; /'in ill itiOO-ffet of ground;  .^jffi-k claims, commencing, at the lower:; line  ���������of the Murtie co. and; riinning down stream  ,1000V feet. To be beld la trust for and form  ���������part of the Msirtie co.  ��������� nni^s rmm^.1 . y: y .  October 25~Recbtd4& .% favor. of James  St-^ens, Adara McLean, and A. Tewnsend, 3  bill claims on east bank of creek, commencing  about 108 feet below tbo Burns bonch ani  running down stream. 300 feet  Nov; 4���������Haseltoe co.���������$eeorded In favor,  of John Blytb, John Rustrick, James Williams,  %*$ *W} MeAr^r, 4 cla|m* Q������ ������te*t aid*, of  creek, opposite tbe lower canyon.  To be  ��������� Wwa asvt&e H&seltoe co.  -       EAOLE CBEEK.  Nov. 4���������Walkem co���������Recorded in favor o^  HI. F. Foster, 1 interest; James lanes, 1J interests : Thomae Bell. Wm, Hitchcock^ Q. A.  WaBcejo, Jajnes.Kelso, J. S. Thompson, Jfcobt.  <*teig*and-6eovDu*^^^ re-  *ceord.  CUNNINGSA M CREEK.  October 11-rStanch co.��������� Recorded in  iavor of William Standish, the whole of the  Btandiab co., together with the old Starlight  ditch,;with -2^1iftebes ojf Crater; e re?t^eord.  Nov. 4���������Sharp co.���������Recorded in favor of  ��������� A. M. Emerson and Alex, Sharp, the wboleof  the Sharp co. on Cunningham creek, collating of iSOO feet hill claims; a re-record.  HAKVE5T ORBKK.  October 16���������Clyde co,���������Recorded in favor  of Jos. Devlin, 100 fe-^t of ground adjoining  the upper line of thv viyde eo. To form-part  -of said co.  SNOWSfSOK CREE?..  ���������October   26���������Empire   co.���������Recorded 4n  ft James Mums,"  Nell jmd. Wm,��������� Holmes, 4 hi 11 claims on east  side of creek, cominencirig at the upper line  of; ib e vBtack Squall -co I and fu nn ing up stream  )0feet.   To be known as tbe Empire co. ���������  ������������������������������������'���������;- ';'���������" SUGAR CREEK.' "���������';:'' V'  l^^i7~l?^ov^ryrco,���������  of Wxti. Halfpenny} G-. E/Kenn'edy^ Robert  Heath, Robert ^yliie, 6Q0^ feet, bill claims on  rigbt bank ot creek, commencing opposite  tmV nfouth^ptCopper gulch and running down  ^stre^vpa^leito tiji^i^!^  ^00; feet j J)isoov������ry ���������girantailoweidbxGoid  Oommissionor, gqlet b^ving. been, .^pflycgd  i&oA^o be known as theDiscovery co.i Also  in favor of Wm. Halfpenny, for tbe Discovery  :co.f a ditch running about one/ mile above  ������aidC0fV.g!^m^  Idown tberetb.  '��������� ��������� V: X y'. ���������    JA<3K O* OIaJM CREEK.   ;;: ���������  ;   Odto^er 14-^Tuoker co.���������Recorded in favor.  o^AleXvJfcKajriasne, J^me&^roTO^-H.J'ol^  jmereV;i Wafc;i Tu cker; i '.Jbbn^eto^  (McDennott; F. Manetta, Arthur, ifebnstpp^ R. i  iUpsett, Johnr,ItcCormick, Dab; McOaHum,  ;Jame^JElyimi Robert MiDermojbfc, Mv^i^tony  iii Oppenbeimer, J5 hill^clain)a von the west  ijside of;^ theT cr^ek,^cbnimencihg: at tbe north-  ii west cornet sta, Ve.<>f tbe JOwp Brpthirs cp. a nd  running down stream 1500 feet; also, 5 creek  cbaj^^Iopjnmei^^    tbe low^; -lifie!' MA the  Two Br;o ther%-to< and running;; dow^r stream  500 feet, in wtdtli^U'.iDaw fto bas^ 'of cide  hills.   The whole to be known as the Tucker  |co.|^vb^dii|; l$:intere3ts..r y yy' .^ \tx^.  ' "A.l   A: i  ,V GROUSE'CREEK./: 00'  '": "-"''  !': . October; If--]Ladyyof the La^e ^p.-rrRe.;  ! cordedv in later, of W; N. Owen^ 5-6th of an  lintere^t inrtbe Lady of the Lake cp.f;;aban^  doned by John Pomeroy. To be held in trust  ���������for tl^e c������m|{any.. .;:*:.;;���������; \. y.  '   ;:. ���������       LOWHEE CBEEK.       .  ,   October 22���������Recorded, m faypr prD. T.  [ Price, EVjan Phillips, Francois.; LaUier,. and  ! James Elder, four creek claims in trust for  |ithe Calaveras zoy and adjoining the uppei  line of said co.rs ground.   To be worked in  conjunction with and form part of said co.7s  ground.: y y , ���������  7 ��������� r :-; yA-'ir ������������������   s -1  7 ' " ���������*'"������������������"      Asixm. cresc.  October 14���������Porter co.���������Recorded In favor  of Alex. Porter, Jobn Burke, John fonkerton,  A. Grant,:I)a|i/ 1JcDtonaldrand A.Clptwortby,  600 feet of ground formerly held by the Lan-  gen co., creek claims. To be known m the  Porter co.. ..".'' i All  October 16���������Lotbalr eo,���������Recorded in  favor of Angus Mcpherson, Wm, Stephenson,  James Boycs, John Sanderson. B. Vahvelken-  burgh, Wm. Kemp, George Atkinson, each 1  interest; George Isaacs, 1 k interest, andjlaanc  Vanyolkenburgh k of lin terest in the Loth air  co.; ft re-record of said co. consisting of 1000  feet.  October. ?lat-^Nason co.���������Recorded. in  favpr of I. B. Kison, John Munro. Wm. T,  Rees, Wm. Skym. John B. Davis, Solomon  Jones, Joseph Minton, D. S. Jenkins, Alex.  Muhro, John Evans", David L. Jones, John  Lumley, Wni. Hbsfprd. Charles Vaillancour.  John BowroO, Jas. A. Newland, Geo. Cowan,  MaU McCualg, Jon. Merrifield, Jas. D. Kait-  ting. Jphn McAHster, Wra. Davison, N. Gmn-  baum, J. H. Todd, Joseph Senay, and Joseph  Mason, 30 creek claims, '��������� commencing at the  lower, line of the Lpthair co. aad running  down stream 3000 feet, in width from base to  base of side hills. To be known as the Nason  oo. '  . j..  ; i y     i    '    ' ' i ; ���������  -  ^MISCELLANElOUSv  l^-?v-:^  MDERSf ADDRESSED;TO THEWOfflS  ���������-, Ifiisier^aoHlj-^iotoria^aad'; marked r# .Tenjlerv  lor,lMl.,Sepyi(ce,!!vwill be;recclved,at:yictoria'.up-tpr  12'otok^bo^bni FRIOAV', the^Cth' %*y' of 'Oec'em/  ber^ttr^thO'OonVeyancfr 1ot Her Majesty?s Irtails' in  Britlh^ Oblmrih.Ja;,^tween s the? fpUowiag places -for;  the,drm .o^FOUfifYEARS.trom the^Bt ofapril,aext.;;-  ' ��������� 'Bt^|r^l^indF^w^ a  i 3,^^fiB^lkand^ale! yy 7 ] A, ..\',  i;!?iBttr|ii&olet apd^e^v\^*tmiQsjl  71 CatbeCreekiandOkanagan: and���������/  I '.">������������������ ,' I     Y       ������������������'       ���������   .     ������������������  , "... -1-1     i  l:0&h������g&hMd Okanagan: Mis^ib^j  ^'';pi^w|^]|^ .. ].,'' ���������',,A.  \ ���������Clii^n^idrLilloQejL.;,    -,��������� u  i ^'--Es^imalt^^d'^ictbria ;"���������'��������� 00 x  j; Kobe aW 'Kootenay j-'/-  -.-..  IP.*liylto^iftndvNicpla:^        ���������'*. -fl  iM$$b^ Xi-A. \i  Oni^e^a- and Quesneile;   ,  Samicb and Victoria ���������;;���������''* "a:[ .  ��������� 't    \      ;���������     "���������������������������< -y- . yy ��������� ".    ���������>'������������������  ,,   Soose and Victoria: -  islgued W^itVo\:Tesponst6lo'rpartzcsv'tindcrtiking"tliai;  ' ihithft arca.t ot; tli<r Tencler boinjfj'acceptedXfie ��������� .^rvi^  shall bdpeif6riaeili;by '.Uito:; party.��������� tenaerin^! for ithft  prlco ddnaaded;  j Partl<klars:lii regard' W'the Se-rvice'and amount of  SMuritylr^iuired,.. -together;.with firiatod? form's of Ten  JOHI^DEWB;  M        7 y0.y   v,Cbief P������ a-Inspeotor.  'VlctoridJlB.C, 1st September, ,1872.;..,, v se28 td  imu iteft  u:  ^'���������Mmp&fo0E*:::iyyyy,  ,-i. -f\>ry-; "i;*n:'   ���������' fyy <y, ' >' v    y   i;-    '"i,v  HAVING PURCHASED TBM   .ABOVE  Hotdfrom:MrJ.vX^oberlson,^  tho travelling public iihdtbo"MUvers;of Canboo to  hewmd-o'hll utmost to* sustain tbe velbfcrofaeo.w  nutation of the bouse as.a flrstrclassy/apjpu  1 i-. r ry \x-y :   ��������� X ���������������������������: '���������'���������' '��������� ��������� - ���������"���������'  VillMUBpl^bjra^  afford ;' ''���������'.'��������� / A/- rX'r'A.. i A.  [BEEV AT.A S1IALL PROFIT^ahd^ttcba^  itimte fcfc:'d������ ao^as-lougf^as1' thtf p<xblid' ^tteh-4!Uwttf  1 '-"00.        '0 -yj.^7.XINDBtARU,  "''"��������� ���������'���������t^'KEMEMiB-fe-THE'OTORB'^  :.v.. ,yt v''j-fi r--'vK'*t**.s;'jTX'v-���������1.T?,ff*^i*;*r":": T*������ r'-v**-.-.--  Is welt stocked with Spirits, Ale* V^ines aad cigars  Are comfortably furnished, and a large addition t<  tbe number ol) rooms is now being nutf/si "���������'"   ������������������ ''���������' '���������  Are the best in the upper ������W,������d wlU' *������������?  be well* supplied Kith Hay and Grain. Je*  R. JAMES WIC3KHAM ' HOWW &SY  ._*'Power of Attorney, and is felly aatborised to  Collect all Debts due to riie. AH those knowing.  itUeraseives to be ia my debt, by either, Note or Ac-  connt, will atea^d make Immediate payment to. ray  ****���������" '    '���������'-./ A P.MANBTTA.  " *  -&m i������  rAUl IU������ A4WJ.9 ^   r HAVE been requesied by several respectable par  I  ties, whooah testily to. tboefll.oacy of my system,  to again make public the fact that  Moses' Hair Invigoyator  ^^SSS^^i������^^il  y te������������/bri,s������,.  Thlsisnota mere assertion on my P������^������J|������*J  in ray possession numerous testimonials certifying U  rm on beaite wbich bave been bald for years ; bui  fwaiguarantee-to stop,tbe:hair from fallIngoff, U  IZreL,������. growth,j������-������-^������l������2^rf������  Da^ff-   ,, ^rkervine,B;C^;  CERTIFICATS. r  TOsSs to certify that during lust spring my hal-  its jVrtnW heal thy s tate t. ,  ���������'^ After the 1st of July, 06o������������ ^"^  le&decoordingtoorder oa ������U outeldo  jreeks.     , j. W. LINDHAEO.  ,  Van Winkle, June S, 1872.  JOHK EVANS,  SUBVEYS AND. PLANS EXECUTED  Onreasoi  ^-JOrdersle^as m w^v  will bo   " ���������*"1 *"  wM������M3n������CTHrf������riliayikwadB.^^ r  fc  i  K;  E  ft  Iv  I:.  'Si'  I  :#. ���������  ���������s*  x  IN  t  ���������k i;  a'V'  I  sE^'iffiSb'fiifl  ffi������*K  agggg^  THE CARTBOO SENTINEL  ^   ^SATURDAY, NOV. 9, 1871  the HtJNieiPALrnr act, 1672. :;  paring the last session ^of the Legislature  ttii A ct was p a?scd for the purpose' of en.  *bling cities or districts, as the case might be,  to become incorporated - "into Wiinicfpalities,  pfrovided their inhabitants were desirous of  availing "themselves of the. supposed ad van*  tapes to be derived from incorporation under  the provisions of tbe. Act.; and so satisfied  was the Legislature that the enactment was  beneficial in its tendency that it -even pro*  vided the means, for existing Municipalities  to surrender their corporate existence under  their old^charters and take advantage of .'the  terras of the present-Act.   As*'-some conver-  aation has at times arisen here regarding the  advisability of onr.availing ourselves of the  ���������benefits to be: derived from this���������''Sfatht'erif  may not be ont of place fpr na to give onr  readers an idea of. what tbe A.ct  really  amounts tp/j Ne,w Mnnlcipalitiea.tnay be in*  eorporated by tbe Lieutenant-Governor by  Letters Patent under the Seal of the Province  4t upon the petition?.of at least two-thirds of  the  male   freeholders,   householders,   free  miners, pre-emptors, and leaseholders,  for a  t������nri of noRess tfian two years/^^befn^ resk  dent  "in any locality of-an area (if on the  Mainland, but not otherwise,) not  greater  than ten miles"square?' and' in" this locality  there must not be less than thirty male resi-  dentg,���������a xatber limited   number, "perhaps,  seme ofioar readers wili%ay. **.The-Letters  Patent must also specify .the name, limits.  ���������and extent of tbe Municipality, and make all  necessary,provisions relating, to thejjumber  of Qouncinorrs^mode 'of* electip;b:,arid. In fact,  regarding everytbing necessary for tbe establishment of the Municipality.   It Is also provided that tbe Council, shall consist, of. not  more* ttiati ten* nor * lessx tbiri seven OojuiclU  low, and tbe qualifications are also stated.  The usual provisions -are; made for::-"holding  manual elections, filling vacancies and appointing M-syors or ..Wardens, and those entitled ���������to vofe at the firgt election, are -slated  to be freeholders, householders, free-miners;  pre-emptors brleasebolders fr������r a term of not  less than two years, being..Britisb.subjects of  the full age of twenty-one years and resident  In: tbe Municipal it jr.:  A f ter the. first, electfo n  all persons who are rated upou tbe a'ssess-  menfroll, and have two days before*the time  of election paid all mnbi oi pal Urates, qnd laxes  payable* by them, sball'oe efftftfe3~fov vote.  The usual powers granted to Municipalities  are;given;by,tjiia Act;; fThfytvonld.;hayeUhe  flower tb tax persons and property, expend  their own revenue, pass bye laws relating to  Tf).ads and, bridges, shop,,B.a1oon;.:taverb. and  otber licenses, tbe . relation of slanghter-  Konses, the relief of the jpoor, inspection of  weights and measures, ^drainage works; the  prevention -land jemovafc |b?s nuisances,! tbe  prevention, of fires, the^maintenance of peace  qfficerfl, tbe eonstruction o f ^mu nici pal* bull������$  ltign.thp enforcing of bye^laws, p.nblic raprals,  iftcUiding the Observance of 1be?SabbatbMe  regulation o(; markets, and ptber subjects too  titimereus to mention.   An *assessment roll  ahost|ng tbe ^merpf :;al3|iaxaj|le persons  ���������within or without the limits of the. municipality, -and^ying; aifuil description fof all  taxable property, vrpuld have to be preparedt  aftd this assessment roil%3ust fee annuallyW  visjsd.and cprreeted..., No;tax.shaUbe levied  or assessed'on real estate and improvements  ^ceeding. in aiiy one year one per cent, on  the assessed valiie^anrl the 'amount of taxation to which persons incdifferent occupations may be subjected is limited to specific  sums:- It will.thus, however, be seen that the  municipality would have the power of collecting every kind of license, taking every  person'carrying on any trade, pcoupation,  profession or business in the same manner as  is now done by the Oo^ermnent, but out of  ���������'^proceeds������f these licenses the numerous  <*xpf������nses of the municipality would have to  h<* defrayed, except to the extent of sums  w\m% may be granted by tbe Legislative Assembly from time -to time far Ike assistance of  these municipalities.   This assistance inni-  cipalities would probably not be very Italy  to obtain to any material extent, andthe  question naturally arises whether tbo reyepir,J  to be derived^ from the collection; of|tbee  tkens������sH and taies would be sufBcieni to jaj  the expenses of paunicipal governmenttjtp  other words, whether the Provincial/Gov?n-  ment would not be the gainer by Biirren^r-  Ing the'revenue (derived in the ways mn-  tioned in the Act) as they would therebyijet  rid of the obligations connected with it. liis  question- we willleave to be solved by t^se  who take an interest.in the: subject.: We fill  simply s.ay.ibat it is one which deserves cpst  serious consideration in any locality wheo it  Is contemplated to take advantage of his  " Municipality Act." Another serious q*s-  Uon would be sure to arise relating to ;the  election and qualification of Councillors utier  tbe 8th section of tbe Act. In this elaub it  ia stated that the qualification for a City Ciin-  cillor'shall be having been for -three moths  the owner of real estate of tbe assessed vlue  on. the last municipal assessment roll of 500  and b eing o ihe r w isa q u al i fled -as a; vote).. or  being: th^ occupier of leasebold-prppert^nd  rateable upon, tbe last raunioipairassessient  roll of the annual value of $300 and -hung  olherwise qualified. Again, the game bjitise  states that any person, otherwise :duly cpali-  fied. entitled to vote at a munieipaV;ej^tipn"  may be elected a Councillor^T^bicH^j^s  io be contradictory-of the pr^ylp as liaises.  Under tbe. Act.no assessmentsrplIVeai^bo  made until the.miinicipality.^iluli^fli^'a^brr:'  ated. How. then, are, Council jots ini Jtbiaflrst  instance to become quafitied'Ivfhtiti!np;^assessment roll is in existence, and bo|^n>vhffl;*the  authority or right to -make ^one-i^felwers'  Patent were granted to-da^inc^r-ppiating  Barkerville^ on what./rusessmen^^  pur worthy Councillors quiaii^|?'Jv^a^i^intended that tbe Letters Pateu������\Bfioi^  authority to make this assessment i^lit^The  Act in no place says so. In'fact'Ht���������^tiid,  appear impossible to create.any.:new=minici-;  palities under this Act for thejsimple^easpn  that tfiere are no mnnicipal ass^ssmehi rp 1 Is  on wb i cb Coiinei 11 ors ra ay quai i fy 1 i Tie -Act  .wiH admit of considerable etudy.i^:: -j -^ '/ ���������  \ The foil owing passengers may b^e^pected  en thp: Express to-day :^Mrs;Wm^i(5tfa,^i"  [and son,' Wm. Cbll^MissMinniel^^ri^r^nnU  Joseph Mason-.'. .       X i-A A'7-A AA  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  THOMA&rFLKTCHER wishes to Inform the  people of Cariboo; that ho is prepared to    ;  CASfi MX  KINIMjtJF BRASS  A/y///Al./'WOlM7:i0;ly.---  xx-yy- yy: iithcshortest noti^'';'     :",.,' *'*'*.  $8Sr BOXES kept on band or east W order.  The "Store. Is also snpplied vrith a peri era! assortment  of Goods, which he intend* to sell at a small profit.  :.1|#ICA'at VIGTOKI^iWiUjunttl^irtlier^oticfllftky  oii:moDey specially lodged:Inlerest at tjitfjratejof(j-\ ...  ;^l    .,.    Four per cenipeir annum lr -AA  :pti d eposlts 8ubjebt to Fifteen -Days abtlce���������- eT i wi th  "iirawal, andc;.:,   ;  v ������������������,'��������� '���������;���������.:' %A ."*". ..,",  ;��������� Five per cent, ^er annum  on Deposits subject1 to Thirty .Days notice; of with."  drawal.. ��������� yy..��������� yyA -, ������������������; ���������' ��������� ��������� ���������..,'���������*,.-..' ?-   y  ������������������-- A  v ; . i , HKNRY- A.;. TGZO,������%'. > . '>  .���������y,y,A.v ���������;.-... , ;(jj������auil^9'r VictorlrBraiich.'-" '  October 16,1S72.        Ayyy,- ;:   oc20 lm  NEW*ADVERTISEMENT'S^;  , TOs/bei Raflle^f! Ay:  -..:. ..:���������.''  ', *t������������������������������������.?* ���������.'���������>���������     > Xi <..?'. f������.j*\ 00:  T THE ELDORADO CLUB iiOOMS,  ON SXTURDiY EV^NINO; $&?���������%  Fletcher's Heating Apparatus with Hot Air ���������'    *"';  Safes' tbe expenset of J^toves,; Fuelandflabor,  a rid' lessens the dahser of flrV, 'it Is as wftll adapted  for Shnfuhbnses as; (jriliriary .*bttil"diiifis,;.ls cheap, ahd  is Warrantedr to,glve>enti.re satisfactlyA0Xxy.0'i  LastTJlishco; Liphtriincf Creek, 1;s;  '    "'   "-.  ���������,   -   November2,l8T2v 1 ������>������ J^t : * ���������) i-t!w% \  MISCELLANEOUS  ^'   ,*000y ^Nt>tiCe*' AXAl^AAyX  OK ATO AFTER THE FIRST DAT OF  HOVEMBKR neJKtralU'CliUttia in vthe -Cariboo District may Us. laid over till the Twentieth May, 1873,  subject. to :fche . &lh ? Section"' of the Gol d������ Amend meat  ���������ActilSTl' *:0:0*  x-i. ��������� ���������''.  ���������.= ;-���������"'���������  "i:. V ,v    ������������������" %0A- "..,���������-������������������ x-.y:l,x- H.-,K.,.BALt,^^ .  ���������     : Vv "."'���������.Gold - Commissioner.  ;:' Richfield, October!*; 1872.:;: .'        -    :ocl91m ;  yvry .;  XX  .!V  r  ������',.,���������.;  ��������� '��������� i f������ ,i   ^1  \f; ':'* '  ! 'V  '���������  *'<V' Xy  .. , j*!  jr ���������  Sfl*  m  Ml  s.ajvj y  m  '<x. v  Ah)  ANDREW 01&-W-. FRAY  f!-X< -..  ^As%:WsTrv6?BiNS:^ this;saloo^: at  i \\\ the old and farorite1 Stand off th6 Min ^rs* Store,'.  ;formerly^kcpt by ,;Mr, P. ? ifaue>ita,;where, .all.,comers  'will beVelcOmed; "K" 'y*..'" "A y*(. :': "' '���������'���������*; ' / ;';  I AA-"-        :��������������������������� x0\ ���������,^ Ax:x������:>\i   " -.(A���������-..:���������-��������� 6 '  ^/0m/y  I ���������:���������*,  it ,-'<���������  Ay: x:   A^^TH* "mAW0x"> Axl  ,l'it.il'K^--i  i0)m ^X'Xy^y 0'i$As%te?  X0i  iXiJr.���������,, ���������, ���������.  v.jt5.i���������,'���������;' .iJl.:; i*'t-'  the ^t^i^iGirmr'^XvlNtfrp^p*:  l.1 elated tbomselves for tho purpbstf^E carrying *on<  the .above ;men tion<������l Es tabl isbm,eii t, ,h opaib^:.. strict  ! rittchtlbri.' to tli o com for t .of, their patrons to merit a  fairrshaTeof.public-fa*\'or;:v   v<<������ i 0>->s xl i ��������� u-v  will always be kepfiti^ tlie -l^t^mditioi:, and tboir  SHOT G-TJN".  ;cexnplctedt? saitaUle Cor-Private VarposiXyy ���������&���������*%&;  . A0- t,y v,.'U-,,^7j^'rl.^;,w\f-. jKi-rioftD;-  '0'-'    '       ''' ���������' :-'7 ' A ,; "   WM. i.L.} JOKKS, ,.;i  October!!, 1872.;-' y;',J^7yX\A '* '  ocl2im'  }r FORMERLY OF $COTLA"Sb, arid/toore recently of  1    CANADA, will bear'of something mecb to his  !advanta?o. by.applying at.this Office. .  Any person who* can'send bs any information of.  jllr Hogtj is earnestly requested to do so, as the object  ���������of the present notice is of great importance to him.  1   Mr Hogg, we believe, Has beea-In itariboo.  October 23, 1S72.' ' ' *'   ,,L  ' !   ' no9 lm  y.%Ayyy:y:. , -CREEK. ,.: .       .,.",..  THE SALE OF'JOSEPH MATTHEWS INTEREST IN  the West of England Company,'Lightning Creek,  [is Postpo������������ed;until Twelve o'clock on WEDNESDAY,  the Thirteenth dji-y of November nefti - Salo to take  place at Barkervilio.  ' >���������>��������� -'���������    ���������        7AS. F. GKRATJ),  Secretary West of England Co.  Lightning Creek, Nov 8,1872. t ������o9  \  '". A^essment Noti!ce. J,  !   PIONEER CO., LIGHTNING: CRESK.  !*VrOTICE IS HEREBY.GIVEN", that unless all Ai.  ; li,; ( sessments..' due'v on. One, "^ttll. Interest / in i.the  ipjonec'r Company, Lightning Creek, owned by  [JOSEPH CAROTHERS, and all "expenses incurred up  ���������to time ofv pay ment,, be paid before the time of sale,  isuch interest will ba sold, at Public Auction at Bar  kerville, .-on WEB^E^AY,; the Twentieth day of  November instant, at Twelve o'clock. Noon.  '  ;      .:    ��������� u .- OWEN CROLLY, "  .  ..     Secretary Pioneer Co.  Lightning Greek, Nov. % 1872; noG  R.- JAKES- WICKHAH HOLDS MY  Power of Attorney, and is folly authorised to  'Collect all Debts due to me/ All those knowing  themselves to be in my debt, by either Note or Ac-  .-���������count,'*will lAeaee make immediate payment to my  Agent; ">  .    P. MANBTTA.  |   ������a?ljwTffle, jJ2d Oetober, iW2.  JLumbetJ::'  Lumber  .?v ri yi  ARE prepared to furnish Lumber at theirjjilills,  William Creek, or deliver it to order'.'  ,  7 LUMBER DELiyERED ON LIGHTNING  ���������GREEK^. ...:.* x. ..::���������  Having a pianlngSMaobine in, operation they will  also furnish ���������'��������� ' ���������        - ' p ; '"  at satisfactory rates.  sell  Elieumatism, ������NetLralgia5  ��������� "���������;';:. '&c.v;&ci'/'/// .';���������.;,.'".;  DR. CHIPP HAS IN STOCK and is constantly receiving     ��������� ������������������  ENGLISH DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,  ... And.other Preparations  ..,-  TRUSSES, ELASTIC STOCKINGS,  WRISTLETS,^.; 4;  >r||-Teeth carefully Extracted and Filled. e  ���������0r Prescriptions ������b4 Fatniij Eeeipea ac-  -.;���������(.''  , B. O.j  VfV  .*; ���������, t  "NOVEMBER.next. rmYwhicli/date;J)^iJo^itprfc  at -'%h eVlFti cfeifi'e j di" :0^fHciS .'wi U :6^p.aid ��������� off;:* :������������������' "  ���������r '��������� No new deposife5 Wil 17*heyreceiv*?d. atvitbis,.  ,0&ce;v '"���������" v     A T .. :"���������'.* *. . ���������.. ��������� ;  :: i0A$7&A/m. M^BXTJt,V"A"pent. ;;.;;���������.  ,, -��������� -      . J. Hi Sullivan, .Clerk. &p.....  ^Richfieid/6cto;te^8T2K^  ^-'rbebalf o.f.tuV';"; / A.y.r/A] ^0^0  *;   " l.A,r'-l,y0A, ���������yyASl>!y;0X <} :-;i^t 0A.  r^neStivtiiyAh^rebf''pre''��������� f CJCIJIC^N0^;  !TIC 13'���������*������������������ of ^-th"l*ir:i:*tift*>ntiofi"'*' to" C^O^ 13  THE iESTABLianMENTS'iAT BARKERVILLE for SIX MONTHS,; on i������h*oV FIFTEENTH NOVI5MB.E.R, and Depositors aro  requested to witbdiw their lunrhs^beforetbat  date? rorr b ceep t ;C6r I iii ca Ves for tlie ���������^arne.jyiy-  able im Victoria. * Siieh :depo{*it^as: -f einSiSj at  the- A������en cies a fc the rl ate ni en tlo nedJ wil I %4  transferred-to .Victoria, -.,-7x70"'* 0 00  Deposits of Gold for safe .keeping. wilT'-be  s,old on ,thatdate/.and. tbe,proceeds, placed to  the ere1 djt of the depositors. A11 othijr,vn11 liable4 articles1 not then'claimed will" be. Irans-  ferred to' Victdiia at the risk aiid cost of the  o^ner:   .c-.yrx v-:-v.' ��������������������������� ? ':':*   *yy ���������������������������0r'''  For the Bank of British Cohimbtii/'" ;*  ������������������: AW. FRASER, Agent.  ,.< uFot the Bank of Britisb North Araoriba,  G.M. MORRIS, Agent.  October 7, 1872.  A :oc!2  5  E  BARKERVILLE,   B.C.,  HAS RECEIVED lAFlNJS LOT OF ..  Also, a good assortment of  GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,  LIQUORS, CIGARS,'  RUBBER & HEMP PACKING,  LARD'0IL|&>., fpr Machinery  0010^5,1872.;,.  i  f.? ������*��������� i*. i*i  ��������� V, y-  t'.'\ *^G*������**?*S-������^J    *���������'.''-*���������'* t  mem  THE  *  -v  ������.10  E   ���������**  re  at  y-  at.  je  to  u-  is-.  tie.  ���������A  ^i-.  SATURI>A:^'l^f.' $5,1872.  Victoria, OtetSl^  was steaming ���������vont;;ton Monday;'evening, tb������  cook and *te���������fttg#'#  standi ng, ^bett fee co ok drew *; knife and cut  the s^ward!a Jhroat In a horrible maimer.  The wbundad man was removed to. the Royal  Hoflpli^fr'-iM^ took  char^bf the as^  yesterday;)*^  was remanded: for eight da^[ ^Thef Pri nee  Alfred was fealeed by "-this until 9 o'clock  yesterday morning. .v  I*? Victoria, Nov. 1-r-H.M.S. Cameleon arrived  yesterday, .Si* days; from Pan am a,' ffbe'Aa*  ������istaTit Paymaster; Mr Pearson, was drowned  oft the Mexican'coast, at San Bias. While out  fishing with a tatA, a nid*4������ji': twni of the tide  carried him beyond his depihr aud he was  lost. y0Myl0,y.7:.-.,i.y' IX [y A lii" VA A"'  Men "��������� wTl {��������� foe ��������� engaged d rt ri n g-��������� the winter  taking out ore at the Hope silver mine, and  It,is intended to <*rect a mill tiesrt spring.  The steamer Geb. S. ��������� W right-ar ri ved at Na-  aaimo after a ������^^h ^assi^e.pf 12 days.  -   ,:-    ���������>   y. ��������� vVsii *& 0''* *'���������-> ���������li*:-*   \i0 ���������  ��������� .������������������-���������  -;���������"'���������;; v"''"."-CANADA.::---.,^; *������,/-7-  Toronto, Oct.30^StrakoschJ^wUh ..three of  "bis .tr^npe; was pn the,tijajp whicb; m������t with;  an ac^dent;at'Bel^ville yestei^y;   Hfe bad  iiis right>rmBp^^  jttred. .'���������.;.��������� '��������� yy,A:k.A.  x'-:    ^ EUROPEAN.      ^  Londoiii^i -U^^tta^  Vlbop[p[^ vwVg. Sivearwater; reports .Jjiati Ijieiit.  Monro ffid^rft^ vessel  -performed -tl^A:6*a>;5<if?^s^!birrv\������-flf> across 'the.  lie] leap on t from?A^  '   :Lomkm;^  who p r**si'1 ed oVey;..;tjie; Htoh jJoint Conlmis-  ^''^^yi^^^^l tiiia; AUbftmA^vT^ty at  W^ffiqe^Sti: ^rlcHy-erftl;' 'titi/ti daress f;'Wst .eve-  iim^h^iv^be -t^sulfc 6fithe.:ar't^rtttt-Q,^:ftt  CJeneva,       ���������.,������������������'���������'  ���������  ���������..   ��������� vv.   ;   -y^yy '07%-'  .0TIW -SAN-JUAN rABBITRATION.   ^  '*���������'  ; ; ^Ary-t; y* 070 txy S&  7 Tjondony ficiA^O'.-���������A'nis'paWv*from Berlin  .-*n���������vs that,-^in9.9)iry>.^-x|i'������^i|tf: to whom (be "gm-  ^^n^i[Ijhjb^haa ti^D'fd ^^Saa^^n^cla^  r **c n'm \\\An d a r a co rii p ro mis*?, tli en dots ti b"h? of:  f'? f^ M id 41**. Oh n ihV������*1 n������ j h e: bound a ry. Una be*.  1 ww������ry YinO.^ti -Amench ^aVfdttJnit*iidl   States  territory- The report bas not been published..  .;.-.' 'y...? ���������;,;,-\. %y ��������� .-,-..-. ^..��������� ���������.-> * -^ trt ���������  those rne^s beT^Ret^a^tttbils, of course,.  always de������iirabie where extravagstnee;;,-or. f������s-  ���������proTident expenditure exists, and tbe greater  the extravagancy bag ^wi|4he .greater the  necessity becomes^^ pi^exewtsl^ a rigid, and  eyen perbapi in sam^caieaya parsimpmons  eobnomyj���������;..jta rtis x^uritry* we belieye Retrenchment ^b: be good e noiigta as a political  o r par ty cry/and no donbt, tbe Govern m en t  ralgbv adopt tlm prfacip^ in yyAtitite Itfstances  with advantage to,the. Tieasury j andv without  inflicting loss upoa the cbantry.   But, alter  all, what amount could possibly be saved to  the cbuntrj^bjr.redicihg -flwj,expenditure uto  the 1 ow������stflimit ce^Istent^  Government of tbe Province !   Certainly not  more than a mere trifled  A ���������certain^ arid spme-  tl mes a very cons! d er ab le su m, m u '. be, sp e nt  for the puTpo&e of keeping In repai r old roads  and. bridges, buii<ii ng *i������ w ones, cutti ng trai Is,  and in other works of a public and necessary  cbara-ctet;  and in a large and  extensive  P roy 1 h ce s*acb as this is /where the c-entres o f  population and industry are. spattered, and  ioiigv distances intervene between tliemj. it  seems almost impossib Ie to red ace th e officiat  staff to such an'extent as would make an ap-  ipre^iab-ie^difference in the expensea ofili-Gbyr  era men t;'." Tw o or. three wjonstab les ra igot A ose  iitie bandsOme pUtance which,a gratefulceunc  )try awards them for their valuable services;  and pe^R^ey:en^  ^>e dispe������aed withV-Theri, after all th^se'ex^  'Kjrescencee had been out from the' Provincial  itree, it would be, found: that they Twere per^  Jliaps^ replaced hy A others of a worse natuce;  [wh ogfe������ *ex istenjce: tb ey h a*d^ f jire V iousJy% pre-  iyented. If a'-crime were nommitted; the ex-  *ip e nse of c atchi h g the c ri ml n al W ou 1 d p erh ap s  ���������amount: to tbe:;year's salary of a constable.  mnd the .takiag r������:a Go \d Coininiasioner away  {fr������m VbyfSpstrict where thje'p-ebpfeWefe ac-  ;c ii'stomed to' the? servi ces ofT th at f ii nctid n ary V  IwOiild raise snch a righteous bowl in that  ^locality^,y?p\i\d:mostcenajnly-ha^e^e ef  iieeV of i de fe'ati tig an y G p'v'ern men t,c and id ate  \ who dared show his face before tbe in digbah t  ^HEBALLOT,  Enwoii Sk^ttn^i^���������In a recent number of  ian^ibutrAged constituency, v It; would seem,,  itfrerftfor^lfrthe1 ���������re^oirts^p\\uded:tb be traej  ���������^m^-  v*iE^UBl1iG^VBJ^  ore  ^���������Jiut^iji^^imv^lie  tone %^the Vtct-fm  u * ws p a j wrs, 11 -Appear8: W -he 'b e c b m iiig m or  ���������evident every day' that the'Provincial expen-  ���������d i tu re fo v ihi s y e ar wil I. b e" c bn'siderabl y j n  ���������������xoe.Hs^ of? \h'e :revenne-. v ��������� Itjappears that tbe  Provincial rev������iu������"pr������5������er' only am-ounls to  the sum of ninety fcho^sand.five hundred dol-]|  1������rs. whi 1 e the -"e*xpease or carrying on  tb��������������� i  "Government of the country and administer  ing its affairs.amount'" nearly to: tag mm of  two hundred thousand dollars. These are the  Azures'Viveh by the Col'driist, &hd ;tbat journal  ���������asks where the revenue is t'6 como from that  -wilI,. make; u;p r .the defl^eifc.% a,nd -m e%etjthe..de :  ������1nand������ find1 exigencies' of the dc6minpf'"*year 1]  That is of .course, a rather hard qaestioa :t,o  answer.    There is, however, the subsidies  ^P^V the-Dominion.Government* whicb.may  pOseibly even this-year prevent the occurrence of an actual deficit. If such be the case,  we may consider ourselves in to.lerabiy good  laeki for last year's legislation was perhaps;  more marked by extravagance than economy.  The prevailing idea seemed .to be to give  ������verybody.everythiug, and ;^e suppose the  usual result will follow,���������no one will be satisfied.   We believe to a certain extent in the  force of tbe, argument, t|iat the local revenue  ahoufd a������ far as possible be calculated to  jneettho currant expenses ot tho Province,  And that the Dominion subsidies should be at  any rate partially eon fined in their expendU  Aure to improvements of a Provincial character and necessary public works.   That is; of  course, as far as the current year is concerned,  out of the question,   the question now to be  considered is, what means are to be adopted  in the approaching meeting of the Legislature  to remedy these finanoial defects ?   Shall re-  trehchment be the order of the day, and'the  pruning knife be applied unsparingly? or  ahall some other means be adopted to obtain  iocrease of vevtWQj aad wbataball  f= that, the taxat1bn'0^the?|c6wnrry^iist^^   increased ; and the only qaestion that will then  : arise wj^ty6t^--tp,Xh^ cie^.ns  to"he adopted io raise:the 'fexIra Lrayemie<re-  qnired. It is impossible for us, within the  1 im,i t^. i^Q^i ^is", article^ to; take: in to; cousidenrv  tton the"iliffefent.weasur.es )!)at;; niignt"'be re-  *������o r te d to f or lb at * p ii r p 6 se,' biit a f e w general  remarks upon the subject mny perhaps show  to somtve^tiEMt iri^ wbatj;^ idea?  tend. Our readers' in this district will at once  see by the figures stated iu the commence;,  in i^*o tojpt% thi^; Arti c le, wh a ��������� ia ^ re no hs years  Iih v e' b'ee n Kpay! n g ifo r th e Gove rn "nierit of the  co nil try, when the abolition of the road tolls  and the reduction^pfv^P'sg. licences and fees  makes such ^difference'in \ti revenue. The  fact is, the ������pper country has in past years  hfp������ .-,> pay ing* an excessive ly ,d isp rp p ortio n ate  aitio-uivtofi tbelburdens toil ihe fe^viheej ^as.  figures will easily ,show, and the people of  this and the neighboVing; .districts will not  now tolerate a re-imposilfon &f * the excessive  tstxation whjeh for years they bore, uncqm-  p 1 aS rii tt jfl^ JttiS witf^atieace/ andp which tli ey  ifad'sucti bard"worW to get rid of. They' are  perfectly willing "to, give and take," and  stand their fan*'share of'the burdens of the  country, but are rather tired of doing any-  thing more. If new taxes are to be imposed,  let resort be had to those that will bear  equally on all in all parts of the Province.  It may be said such a tax- cannot easily be  found. That is a mistake. A very small  ^Property Tax " would produce a handsome  surplus*annuitlyi and would bear .equally oil  all. Of course, many will.object; but tbe  main question ..will be,3snp posing it be necessary to provide additional revenue, whether  the upper country will bear the whole brunt  of tbe increased taxation by a reimposition of  the road tolls, or.whether that taxation shall  be equally and fairly distributed over the  whole Province % .  the British Colonist,.under the beading ��������������� The  \ypik oi the Sessiba,^ the foHowi ng temarks  ���������beenty i^attb^Bailot will!������jeatlopted:next  sess^oa scarcely admits of doubt; and (hat  the Ministers; choking down natural antipathy  tb the measure:, will Introduce a bill for that  purpose, with the hope of gai'tiug k little  pOfiujftWty^y^j.-ae^^B not i#m.probab^e.',,/;. .'���������-  ��������� Nowf"sir, it seems to me that there ��������� are- far']  more important things to occupy the atten  tiob of. tbe Legislature than the ball ot. Tbe  Election ReguiattonI-Arit is cumbrous aii���������vex-  atioiis enough already without adding tbe system of vote by ballot; and, moreover, I  shGisld;like t0,knpw who wants the ballot 2 or  what arjgiiments are'fto be adduced: in its  tavor? jhe elections in this-province have  with open volinsf been carried on in a very  creditable manner so far: tb^n why seek n  change * Are. the; ������1 ectors of Victoria afraid.  of-'berag:Coer6edto.Voto against:"their co'n-J  sciences, or are tbey ashamed of lotting the  world at largeknpw:for whom they vote? If  such'istbercase%er^ believe t1iat?a  similar feeling prevails on* tbe Mainland.  either in the mining -or farming districts,  ,wheje.������ve,ry-electorpossesses snfficient: inde-  pendente .jipf Bpirit' isb-pi>eveht *��������� his- feel iiig  either shame or fear in openly nroclaimmg  the n acae :o f. the candid ate w h o ra; he p refers/ *  AyThe Dominion Parliament last session re-  jbeted 'by a large inajorily a BilI makiog the j  ball6t uhiversal; rintLl think lam^erredt in  slating the only Province whicb has so far  tf{e4 thei experiment is New Bruuswick, and  untii-sb'hie ;*good reason is simwni eonsVder  Britisli" Cplrfmbia - lta;d better   leave  well  eno ugh i alone,. XX:Xyy    ;.   ..... AxAAA IA  '07000..XMAx '00- - Voter.  : LTbexiueries puivby^ Voter " we will leave  tb: be an^w^red-eWWhere. We ctfi only con ���������  bur witbliiib itf expressing the : opmio.h itliat'  there,^ is no earth 1 y'; reason why the ballot  should-be^adopted in: this country, whet^e  every; one 'vptes^a.B^lie pleUs^s; and witiiout  regardt tovotlrer^pebpi'e's viewi^ED. Skx-  tlXEL.1; 0700 AAA:.  HINING INTELLIGENCS.  WILLTAHS CRBKX.  ; Tito BaUatat co. washed up 4��������� oe.on Satar-  | .day for three "daya7 work.'  jack 'op ouoos'-CBKex. :" AAA) . ���������������  . The Discovery and T>o. Sisters company  are takmv out KOod pay.   The latter en. haft  been  finding very heavy coarse gold, dnrvftfc  the week.  -The Two Brothers co. have bov  tomed. their blind abaft at SOieet and fonnfi  smooth bed rock with ���������sediment and gravel-^  bed rock dipping to the westward. ThV^  company hae now let a ���������oontraot to Mr J>  Pomeroy to sin-k a shaft 100 feet insTenlh  over a spot where the indicat-kms stow the  exi������tec������ oif the channel.  '   '  ' USBTNIKG CREKB:,    :'  The Ross co. ate still prospeotlng. Th������  Eldorado co, ^������nunue ������driving; their lov^  tunnel ahead. The Spruce co.* contin-ue tbek  bedrock drain to cat the water off from U>������  ���������face of Ibe. main drive. The Pomt co. was-he4  up 220 or. last week, and -120 oz. on Wedaes-  diy at noon*; - ground improving in appearance. The Vanwinkle co. -contraila* running  their drain. . The Victoria and Vancouver  compa-nieS' ate .erecting machinery. The  Clark co. continue prospecting.. The Gladstone co,-expect to be throbgh rock in a fa*-  days in their upper drive. The Eleven ���������������?  England co. are waiting for their .pumps aal  takio-g.cut about expeuses,.  ���������..-.���������:������"  > ������  iy-.  -���������...- *J*J-  \   ": '  THE 'MEADOWS.  v Editor^SENTrNEb:-^n order that a false  impressjon ^m^^otjbM^fli Wd jfo /let-t,eyery k  fact faUv&tO;^rigb^^ wUtvpetimii:  me -to bbrrec t a statenae tiit ra ad e in--y omvissae  b f the' 2d;Jnst; nnder the head of "Mining  Intelrt^ne^'^Re"^^^ tbe I-ane^&?Kurfz;  Company /you statte that a p rospe c t- of $ 20  fi ad been obtained.   Tbis -..wejald; be? undan?-  stobd���������; ambngs't"'miners^as baving ;b������in^bb������-  iained in one,pan of gravel.   Such is not the  pase.   The prospect mentioned  wa3  taken j ta^en out good pay.-   Some Chinese com-  A*K1X*aR CURKK.  I The Eureka co. ^ve struck, gold .in ft*..,  channel. which ;tbey are. prospectibjs:.: .They.  are now fixing up "for the winter's operatioiia.  The * Lo tb a i r co. are pTepari ng toco urme n oe .  aiuking. A The Nason col .'are <ioiQg the ^auwi,.'/  and are .cleariiag their dtaia.'-.  'AlAilAy /" A; ''"EATWET;;auBE"c. 7    i     Ay 7A  ��������� The Perseverance co. continues taVrag;'e/n^ ;  pay, out baye stil'V'maiay large boulders'.t������  contend wiib.:  The, New ,pomimoav<c6. ml.  Ill ting-; up-to work- throfiig'h the winter. .��������� 'The  Manitoba co.'is riinmng through1 acawyo-n^  filled with large boulders..': The/putamingi \  go* have run against:high rock, but .consider*  ing the channel to be on -one Vide are *rrow  driving * for i t.   The Minnehaha co; contimt*;:  ru'onrng tbelr second 4rain ttinne 1 for ,tii*;:.  purpose *of taking ibe water from the lice-&?'  'the drive;   The Foster co.^are down 48 feet-;  wi th their shaft jn. slide rock; bpttldersaM;  grayeL, The^ouadlsrlook-irig favorabie,^^  ' ]':   Ax'/AAA7l,<'*E?-?ELVr CREEKS   yy "-������������������.'   0i  ': ThH^CTeek has paidt*ette*r this soa-so������ than;  it has done - for the last fire yjears.    Th������  Clydesdale co,.has paid 'Considerably pvet.  expenses. . Tlte White Squall co. has u\m.  from, two, U'upkets ;,of ^newvgrayelvfpupd at _tbe  rbo*S of itibe &^el,And:^8tiMate^ ������bput  one-half ton in weight. This development  sets at rest the question of the existence of  gold in the Meadows, and gives assurance ot  ;t a e uHira ate sn ccess; of; this <ra tevp ri se.  ! The .<most, .eke p tical; .must. ad mtt ibat th is  Co itipaii $ rfow n ave' all th e ess^h li al ei em e nts  of success. . The "Superintendent,of the Com-;  pan y^ Mr R. H: Brown, find ing. the steam; :andf "\  pumping capaoity to a .certam: .degre^������inade-['  q������ ate to the. work to be aceora plished; j is  bringing up his ��������� reserve of thirty thousand  pounds 6f; thachin$iy," and h as ten then e in'-.  'ployed in clearing tbe field for new action  Weather- permitting,-/the,-'>^in|er������ Cjampaign  against ^ater, that element'^ilcsli.i^Aoth the  fri en d and foe of "the ' miner, wi U" V>egi n in  about six weeks.   Woe to the vanquished,   ;  .      ������������������      -.   ���������-       ���������    t JA5JB$ WtCXUAM;r|;  "���������'Barkervitle; Nov.'>2^lSi^ :'l U B18 x M&  [The   above   information may be relied  upon as thoroughly:correct and authentic,-^  Ed. Sextixbl.]  pauies have also;done well, but it is ixnpoc:  sibte to find, out whatgold they'have takea  Out. .      .*'-��������� '���������������������������-.,      .���������-���������'- '-  Xy-\  ���������������>���������  Rkckxt Appointmknt.���������We have much  pleasure in stating that Mr J. H. Sullivan, the  Clerk of Records in this district, has been appointed Warden of the Gaol and Superintendent of Police in Victoria, Vancouver Island.  Mr^irtliynu'B longlcoonectton with the Police  department on the Mainland, and the energy.  zeal and' ability-displayed by him while belonging to that branch of the public service,  are a sufficient guarantee that he will perform  the duties of tbe office to which he is noi������.ap-  porated in an efficient manner. We are sure  that all the well-behaved presidents of the  capital will be satisfied with the appointment.  Raffle^A splendid double-barrelled shot  gun will be raffled for afe ihe Eldorado Club  EoDm^tbis ereuiiig.     ";��������� 0Zx'V yAA-x  Barkard^s Express arrived, on,tSaturday  night, 2d inst., bringing a mail,. ab express;  and the following possengers:���������A. Hoffman,  B. C. Neufelder, J. H. Todd. XP.v -arid one1  C h i n am an. T h e Down Exp ress 1e ft on Sun ���������  day morning,* 3d inst., carrying aniaii/an express, and the following passengers :���������George  Truemaa, Alex.^McLennan, WfcOwens^ and  Wm. MeCulloch for Yale; Judga Bail, John  Mackay, and Jos. Mason> for Qiiesneli.",,.";';'.,  Quesxel County Court.���������His honor H. M.  Ball left here by last Express .on officwlbtisf  iness to Queshelraouf;b,'and returned yester:  day morning. An important case-r-Barlow.  vs. Kersley���������was tried in the County Court  before a Jury; The acting ^as'oneifot dam-  ages for theiio-n delivery of a large1 quantity  of hay. A verdict was given for the defendant. r.,-.  Removal.���������The office of the Cariboo Skm  tinbi. has been removed to the two-story  building formerly kiiowa jasf (BlaBO^y Photographic Gallery,   '  Heavy storms have prostratfid tbe wires in  different places in, the,r lower, gown try, which  will account for the TaWeace* of our telegraphic report. v; '0  j Closing of ths Baxk Aqexciks!:���������Th������ following: j an s w er . ��������� h as . been. re cei v ed -to V^-e-  M eni oiial \ sen t a a to these insti tu iiona, icqii estr  ji-^g-vtheni," if possible, -to tnake arraugemeat^  for the co nti miance of bo e-cf.tbem heie; - \V*  iregret to say the reply as unfavprajble, .    ...  to M-essrsV^NenifelderViBarnsto^H V*i*i:  j      Volkettburgh.andlothers,      >-h- "  I    GKNTCEMBN^AcCO^ih*^^^^ VX-:  :p resse d i n y put add ress to us of the?" 11 tb ul U  if e I ati ve to th e an tibiin ceraen t:l reccn tl y mad A:  [of the'intention to'close the Bank;Ageacies:  Sunder our^chiarge; weVbaJveV tTarismitte-d: tbw  lad^i^W'Victbna-a-ad asked for tbe favor-  jable cctisideratibrfof-its coafentsat&e band*^'  lofthteEankauthbril^s^here; vv-^v '    "7X.  i   In re ply, we: ^rb in for m e d that ft a* step itm  'decided Uipb* ^with much roluctsnee, -afte*?:  'c areful consjderati on / and that- up on re vie^-  ���������ing the ci fen m stances *io important- changp*  is observable which would appear to justify-  a change in the repoHttion already adopted.^  We are desired to add that the A'aaajers a$  Vicfpria fully appreciate tbe kindly motived  of the address,* and on -their behalf, as w-eii ni  our own j we beg to thank you. -( - ���������        " -^  ���������Foi Bank ������f British Colombia,  Aiv.-.-..:..r-,-���������-��������� ��������� W. Fraser, Agent.  For Bank of British North Ame^-ica,  4,' % ' -0'    ������������������ ������������������ G^Vt, l&wm,' Agmiff:  ^Barkefvilie1*'Nov. iWil>������*'   : :'^   * ;:ii'*  Mixing iTEm���������The^SlMioe eo. on Lightning creek have got two feet of gravel in the  face "of the '.mm diiVe/and are in. strong bopeii  of shortly getting into tbe channel. The adjoining claim, the Point.co., expect to o>taia  300 bz. this week. On Jack of Clubs creak  the Discovery co. took out 28 oz. for the finit  half;cf ;tbe week, and the- Two. Sisters BOItivA  for the same time.  Cariboo Amateur Dramatic Association,������������������  Tbe Manager regrets to say, that owing to  unavoidable circumstances, the, performance  advertised for this evening has been postponed, and it is doubtful whether it will coum  off at present, as^members cast 111 the piec������  will Ifcavelor b^iownext ^eek; Ai       '* 1 itt.  ?���������������������������'-���������  K  LEGAL NOTICES, &c. '  If  ;|-?  1;:  ?'*"������������������ v  P  MS  UvU  v- 8-  ^i'H  ft  ���������������*������������!������������������  -"ii" i!-  .1$:  ������������������I.:;'  I!  fl  Iv'  li !'*  p  FrL:  pi  |>;  IP  W-  AlA  Ai  V  :::Ky7 '  :S'V.    y  Vfc":  " '.  'MA.  ���������������-r  x:  I  &;'���������  I'v  aac  3KS  5������  *l  The Registratiokl  Births,-. Deaths and Mar  ;riagSiActvt872^  0 TICE.  ^ DBLIC "NOTICE Is hereby given, that from and  f nfter *&e 1st toy of* September -next, all BirUis,  /"heaths and Marriages within':, the ProviEce.of British  Columbia are to be Registered under the provisions of  ��������� ��������� Tho Re*l strat ion!of Birtlii?, Deaths and Ma rriagea  .Act; 1872," at the Office of tho District Registrar of  tho District wherein the same respectively shall take  ���������place, and wltyln the times follow ing, .that id to Bay:  JlIRTriS���������With in CO day b from tho da to thereof.  DEATH.-?���������Within 30 days after fnlerment. .  ���������MARRIAGES���������WHhia-90 days-from tho dato thereof.  *>Every Householder,.Head of a .-Family. .Clergyman,  Physician,-or other person or persons, rcqulrod by tho  *ald Act to report Births',' Deaths and-Marriages, who  refuses; or;wilfully- neglects;te do so,.within- tbe times  before named, will be li-iblo. to a penalty for each and  every .offence of not .lesa ,tb*ih Fivb Dollars or more  ���������than Twenty Dollars, to. be recovered with costs'be.'  fore any Justice of the Peace having jurisdiction within  ���������the locality j.where-any such ��������� offence f la ^committed  ���������agaiaat'the said Act. ,. ; .  '. ���������'.-���������, v"  ���������''" "..'���������'    By cdmmah<l  -' 0.   H; B'. VTl AIKMA5C, ."  o   ���������:..i:      ..; *��������� ���������?.:'��������� -. r-'     *;;���������';������������������ v;! Registrar. Geaeral, -  J^d; Registry* Ofllee,   -r-.V,:   ....:-. >���������- : ��������� --, -..���������..   .  _.. Aug. gi 1872..   .   ,;.!...:. .. ..,.-.....   .j&A^  yyyyyyyyWWEy AAAA 1  ��������� HoaaB of Assemble, 2d -August," 187$, ������������������  "Igxtract from. Rules relative to Private Bills.  jBiO. All:applications.for.Private;Bills,.-.proper]y.top  ..subject: of ��������� legislation by the Legislative AssembJy.of  "Brltish'tplumbia, within the purview of " The British  North America Act, 18C7,"���������'whether.for the erection of  a Bridge, the making of a Railroad, Biiii^lccRoad, or  ���������Telograpli Line, the construction orimprovement4of a  Harbor;;Canal, Lock,-Dam or;Slide, or other like worfc;  .���������tlie grantiug of a right of-Ferry; -tbe. Incorporation of  any particular trade or. calling,,or.of any Joint Stock  Compauy; or otherwise forgratitibg to any Individual  ������������r.individuals any. .exclusive or peculiar, rights or privileges whatever. 6r.fpr doing any. matter.;or thing  which ih its' opera tioa would affect, the right or property-of other'par ties, or relate- to 'any particular'class  of tho community; or for. making any* amendment of a  like nature to'auy former Act, shall require a Notice,  ���������clearly "and distinctly specifying the nature and object  ���������of the application,*to be published as follow^ viz;:  A Notice inscTtcd-Iln the1 British "Columbia Gazette,  and In oae. newspaper- published, in. tbe.district af*  .fecicd,:orlf there ho no newspaper published therein,  then in a;newspaper in the' hext^ nearest district. in  ���������which a newspaper l3:pub������<t5hecK "*��������� ,     " ;    -������������������'������������������"-  t������F Such notice shall be* continued inxritih caseTer  ;a^perlod;of at least six .weeks;.during the interval" of  time .between ;the eioso. of: the next preceding Session  .afed the c'onsWefatloti of the petition., ��������� . . ] .  ������1. ��������� Boib're any Petition- praying forleav* to bring  ���������tea Private Bill for.-the erection of a .Tail Bridgo is  presonted to tbo House, tlie person or'persons intend-  lug to petition for such Bill shall, upon giving the no-  ttce prescribed in the preceding Rule, also at the same  t(me, aud in the s*iae manaer, give notice of. tho ratea'  which* they intend to aalifc the extent bi tlie privilege,  the height of the arch^' the interval "between the  abutments or piers fpr^he passage of rafts or vessels,  and mentioning also whether, they, intend to erect a  Urawbrldga or not, and the dimensions of tho same.  ���������������������������������������������: '''������������������< CHARLES GOOD,  teZl ia . Clerk of the Legislative Assembly.-  XIST OF LETTERS  'Remaining in the Barkerville Post Office on  1st November, 1872. Parties1 calling for  letters in the folio wing list, will please aak  for Advertised Letters: ;  McKenzie, J  McDonald, Alex S   7<  McLean, Howard  McDougal, Roderick  Miller,; John .:.  Fendray, Wm  Pinkerton, John Ay  Potter, Taonias  Richards, Mathew (2)  Koberteon David   .::  i$h@\don Mary (4)   ;  Spruce -Geo  Sampson Joba  Segars, E   ...  SaQdew, Wm  Scott, James'  ,Angove, Wm  Surkbolder, W S  Barker, Wm  ���������Dunn, John (Registd)  'Drever, Wm. , ,  \Dick, Archihald      ,  . Forbes, ������������������.F:-W^/,-  G loveir, An thoay D  'Gruno, David  ;,.,  Hilton, M ;.  Jones, Daniel  Jones, W H  Jones, WT    ;  Johnson, Aaron  ftimeky, Wm (2)  t,ayson ���������  Lam ere, Wm  juyfiyu, a  ^cLane, John L B (2)  Mattice,.Stephen B  Morris, Frank  no2   *   ���������  ttwaitn, Andrew  . v v j ������**������������ y., *���������  Wortaam, Harry. .  Williams^ John Wm  Wiiilams, John B --  JOHN BOWRON,  IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN   -  GENERAL   MEaGHANOJZE,  Having purohafled the House and Stock of  Messrs Gp.pei}iheimer Bros.  Together with  pffi* Con������lgnmanWrom fe������low ftolidtsd,  HOTKLS, RESTAURANTS, &c.  rewerj  TaiUancotir,Xavery feGo.,  [BUCCSSSORS TO N. CUNIQ;]  tUg to Inform tti*ir*friend^ and the publictbnt they  hayo taken the well known premises ia Barkerville  so long favorahly patronised wluio in the occupation  of Mr N. Cunio.  AiJvX.  win be manufa'ctuted'and 6oJd;byfc*Wholesai4 and^Re-  tailinjits purity, and ;,X-r. .,,  Tlie; best Lip^udrs &; Cigars  constantly, kept on. haad. yA/i'liA     'Ay/: ���������. ������������������.;.,-.:-.. ���������  The iiodging Department  will .be. always, carefully;|attended,:io, and the best  Beds and accommodation provided. for their ; cus���������  tomers.     '''"''      *.'       '!rt1*  MISCELLANEOUS.  MTSGSLLANEOII^  Iel6  i������  BESTATJMT  A.-  THIS OLD Am WELL-KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT  'is always supplied with the best of .everything  that can be procured in Cariboo..;:.      r   .--  e  .The Celebrated  FRESH GROUND   COFFEE,  A superior article to any which can be bad from below,' Roasted and Ground on the premises from tbo  best selected benlea, and warranted free from adul  era tion.      >  jQn.  . 3. Q. GOOOSON  LEA&PERBIHSV  . ; ���������     ��������� .:-.Celebrated    ���������:.;���������  ������������������      \ '.���������.���������.   ���������  WORCES TERS HIRE    SAUCE  Declared by Cohnoisscurstobe  THE   ONLY    GOOD   SAUCE.  Caution, against Fraud.���������The successbr this  most deliciouH and -"unrivalled Condiment'having  caused certain dealers to apply the name of ^Worcestershire Sauce'* to their own inferior compounds, tbe  public la hereby informed that tut only way to procure the.genuine, is to . : ?.  ASE  FOE. LEA &.; PEERING : SAUCE  and to see,, that .their names are upon.the,wrajppkb  .label's, stopper, and hottls.  . Some of tho foreign markets having been supplied  w;itha.spurious.WorceBtersbireSauce,upon.the, wrap  per'and labels of which tho names'of Lea and "Perrins  have been forged- L. and P. giv.e. notice that they  have furnished .thoir cprresnondents..with power, oi  attorney to take instant proceedings against' MAsi*-!  FACTDRBRsaDd .vendors of such,:orany other imitation s by whicb t heirrigh t m ay he infringed.. y  Ask for'LEA & PERRINS' Sauce and'see  Na.me.on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and  Stopper...       ���������-..-, ������������������:.������������������. '���������'���������'--���������.  . wboJesal e a a d for e'x por t b y t he Proprietors, Wor  cestef; Crosse an d Bio ck wel 1, London ,'&c. f fceJ; A '  byGroeersandOilnien universally     \'.  Bargains! Bargains  (jEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THB������Y HAVE RRMOVID  D to the gpiicious premises formerly known aa tbe  St. George Saloon, where they will be at all times  prepared tofarnish  BOARD    AND    MEALS  The  BAB  ���������  furnished with the finest mNES  LIQUORS and CIGARS. " ''  elT0m  OOP1ISSI0N, STORAGE,  ������3^n������ral Agency,  i ���������  CLEARING OtT STOCK  To maka room for Spring fGoodi,  Thd naderslgned begs to inform the Min-ars  of Cariboo that.he ie ���������:  SELLING- AT COST!  The following class pf Goods, especially  iected for Miners:  Drawers.  Hurts  5  Ad<J a Very Fine olaeg of  A fine selection of  The FLORENCE is the best Sewing:  '.Machine for Family use, becauc������ It  ���������o.seldom g^U out of order.^ If tharf������  j|.on^ not working well III  '   CALIFORNIA, !   '  OREGON,  hV7  -   xWASHIN0T0M.TERmT09Yf,  NEVADA^  IDAHO/  ��������� Alaska,;; :.  british columbia,  MEXICO,   :;  -^ JAPAN,      ; A/  OrTcHlNA, If Informed of it, I will  ?ix. It without any ������xpen������������; to 'the  owner.  Koi 18 Moutgomorj Street, Bouthi  /���������.'���������������Jp HOTEL BUUWH8,  pAN fRAKCISCO.,  pAW :  t~y _   ���������_      ���������   ' ��������� - .       . "  fiend for Circulars: and; itmpjet^of  the work. Active Agentt wanted i������  everyplace,  Express Line Stages  CARRYING H. M. MAILS,  MAKB.  Regular   Weekly   Trips  from Barkerville,  i  BARNARD'S EXPRESS  [STAGES  UMer temporary -arrangement for convey?  .   ance of the Mails from   ..  ' i  Caolae Greek to Qk:anag������23,f  The undersignea has placed a line of Passenger Stages on the  Running in close connection with tbe Stages  from Yale to Barkerville. /  Persons visiting the Okanagan District will  nod this hy far the most con ves lent mode of  travel.  ad-' Stages leave Cache Cre������k on Wednes-  day mornings at 10 o'clock, ������nd will return  the following week in time to coftnect wim  tbe Stages going Nort& and South.  Ladies5  A fine assortment of I  Will be transacted over the route. Freight  carried. Parcels delivered. Commissions  executed.   CoiletotioDS made. ,  au24 2nt F. J. BARNARD & CO.  Briar-root Pipes*  ^g2T" Call and examine pricea.^^f  The  GdodswiU be sold VERY CHEAP for paea.  Has commenced her Weekly T^rips, leaving  Quesnel on MONDAYS, and Soda Creek on  FRIDAYS at daylight.  Passage,     -     - :   -     - * ��������� $5  ���������    Tbkioht.      ������      -      I cent per lb.  0BT Goods consigned to ,us from below  forwarded Free of Charge for Storage or  Commission.


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