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"A, ^^^is^j^^jp^J-  ?H-  thirds. Cireiilni^^nsters^nd Programmes for  jjr^fSxecut^^  I  'i!;>7,!������Y.  'Teritfs m^derafe������  , , ... BxSW^^.M0fmHm ,,  . ,���������;, Vfctoria^Sept. 30-^Mr'S^iPf,Moody^ aeco^l  pariied by: Mr JBowiej av Mimng Engineer^frbm!  fiarivFrancigco;4eftfby tire Enterprise on^Fri-!  idijyl: iorinspect tlie Eureka mi*ofi'*at������������������i������djfj$0/lf  Bowie wjilveftbrt in San 1ftaoctaco^"0"' '.yy-  ThelHi^feb^sBamer dtlerlVflU^aii for  Skeena riy$t -oni Monday,.������ctober 7*  E.M. S/Scyllararriyed inE^uimjxUharboif  at 1.S0: o'clock^ on; Saferiljiy::nigbt|}SO djoys;  frow^Paniroa. She passed an* Engtislj 'S-arkJ  13 daya out,'i'dpjilpsed^to'Abe4he>Haw6rtfa^  boyndio thia pferti'froni^ngland.A0. 0y0, A  ...v ^gg'^j^s ��������� of i the ;;now J?ost"0ffibe ,'ah d Gtw-  torn House wereialcen home by] Mr;2>ewfot  approvala%Ottawa*.   - V���������     -1 ,':-'{. ������������������ <������'l  The Canadian jrnafante^has beetfacceptetl  andfiipproy^d as secnrity for the dtie per*^  ������ ^y0������^XX^^:i^j������^^  X0000M  .. -j...������t���������,. wwwryfc,...r-,,..,,-,.,., ���������C^sery.atifif, w.,^.,  papers condemn Gam bet ta?a ftpeecb atGren 0*  ble. ��������� The Patrie: publishes a report of a re|  cent conversation^ witS Thier3, in ���������whicbhe  decjaines the;reaaou*of the ���������weakenmg^c������%^bev  Prussiaii .Govern ment j slby tlie^ jinnexalion of  -thefSoai-hvG*erto^^ern^  10 AtiBtria '*aa& synip������thise8 with. *FranceJ  F^raQc** will** have revenge, not by,guns, but  "0 '���������7tA$?iWQ^  London> Sept..27-r-h^reppr^diba^tord  John -Russeli> js^-prepariui?' raireyiew of: the  proceedings aud:"award; of ;-4he* Geuoyaj1 tri-  bunal.'  , . .V"' y - ,���������.,,iAAx/  : -the Glia'robers cfjConvmerceofa^v^aWe^  ing cities inEngl and have adopted f eapiutfons |  ���������cdngraluffitinp: the Government on^tbe happy ���������  termiiiation 01 rthe; ai^bitratton^and>cOp^febf  .....  ;.,..,-,. y.. --���������   ������ -    .-.���������-.    - ---   -: 'K->:<.yi��������� ^yy >v.;.. ..   '.*������. X^^X.lX'yX'-s : ���������..'.'':���������!.TTT.0\ il \.. m I  ;;WEt}KES!^  '."' ''^^LifSTQ^y., A'''     :'X0  Gllufcnn. October 5^-Tlve following horses  :r wer* ������^r������'Wi,ed fotthe^AshCrplt}Be>l>y3o come  f)ff J)cto>e������r 8Lh: andc 9th I 'McKay'b hor^e  </.'irib00 Oivarlie;,;': Shlbemaker?s .^regpn riiare  BU*ie| 7 ;t^r^**^al 1^8: .Roy *i l^hjirlie^ - y^a a iii tf r  cloudy ; 'ehowrssigns of clearing hpiX'AAy  . Th w tea ins passin jj C Miitou the last fe*w d ays  were: fDown-^Nash^ 1>ull%a|n; punQTs two  tiuli leims. Uriah Ward's bull 'tcanr; Cp-r-  .Xj. Nelson^ team, with Sou iy for Soda creek;  !JatfS? team for 150 railtt house, loaded ;.-Stew-  nr t?a teanv for Sod a cre������k. Ned Cannell.'s and  NaaWtearoa passed down to turn on if below.  Passed up to-day, Sam McPouai!i?8 and G.  Stevrar^ateama for Soda creek,  '���������AXiiyXr^M^yy^y^   ' .... A  Yale. October B���������San ford Fleming Chief  -Engineer of the G:P.lt,B., arrived per Bar-.  nard'g Sxpressbn Thursrjay..ac*^mpa,flied by  his s^aiahdiH^riry Nith*fl^.viLP^ wbomet Mr  Fleming at Kamloops.   They are en route to  -Barrard Inlet, to take pasiage from thence on  cKiM.S. Boxer for Bute Inlet.7.    'v  The Onward arrived at 4 prolock pa Thura-  day,;wit^76tonslreigh^ and a. few;passengers.   Amongst her freight is a boijar for tbe  Xane. & Kurtz Co., shipped througb Nelson &  ���������Co., also part of the Victoria Go. pump. ' 1  Following is the Manifest of fMa uteamer  ^Onward for Thursday, October^^3:��������� 76, M '&.  W; 2, G & P, Sodft creek; 8, LIndhard f 126,  dia O ; X, Rev Hall; 332, K L;. 47, Lane and  Kurtz; IS. Tblmie; 46, E T; % B Xt 2������,  Woodward ; i, A il S 5 94. dia F; 9, dia G j  Bros; 5,HBC; 7, R; 1. Rev Good; S, JC; I,  D K; 2, Turner; 36, C & Y; 4, Taifc; 1 stmr  Victoria; 1,.J,Murray;. .SjF N ; 109, DrF.,  Lillooet; 167, NY, Lillooet; 26, dia N; 2, C  .& P, Quesoel; 2. Rev Holmes: 2, B D; 2fF\  13. Vance; 36, HBC, Yale; 1, Buie.  Freight pier team to Soda creek is quoted  At 10 ceints, and Hsing. Freight was engaged  three days ago at He  The weather has been exceedingly stormy  md wet here for the last week. The high  winda.bave so prostrated thecTelegraph liaea  in this and lower section of "country tfeat it  baa be������n ijnpossible to main tain comnmni cation wlth^Nw WeBtmihsliar ;aoid Vicjona for  or "  his const intents at Brad lord to-night, said the  object of the Genemtribun m^?]y  to preserve peace^ but sincere friendship,  what did notttxisfc before the settlement 01  the Alabama clajlDi^^Hd/^tated tbat the feeling ; had been^iictfthatjH^miKht at any mo-  meat havo caused war, andj! forbearance on  both sides was very necessary. A  ��������� London, Sept 'ii8'^I^:'i&iAvy gale^orji.ibe  Br i tish 5 co as t for, th e two past? d ays sti U c on-  iiniiijf andither^.bad been ioMe damage tp  shipping^..';'"   XyAxlAiXly * [  ii^^patageifb^Burrard Inlet r Tbey leave  JB-^i^Ia'letiby^'Ue: steamer '^Douglas vfor  ���������S^p[Qleton>Sunday, A..     0������.,  -Mfi|pre .are three cases of small pox In town.  ~*������*fU the ^cases' is cpnsideredv very serious.  1 itary^measures possible for!preventing  eanrof 'the ydisease - are being itaken������r~  dians have hepn -warned to ������cl eau and  rash :ib eir h ou ses wi tli i n a cer tai ni ti me,  m muni cat ion with the houses occu pied  byj������������fcieuts is stopped, r' ���������- . ��������� \ ..-.A t-yy-  g^Weatheri uwhichiL has A been! wet iand  for-;some' time^is nowifirie and cleany i  LVV/.l^1??0?1^". ' '0 '" !  Rbrla;/October 1���������On Wednesday' the:  ipucific^ailroad* party visited^ctoria,  \fief passing^a 'few boure" seeing the;  failed for BelHngham-Bay. "vr ��������� -,;-:; -  it]&:Scyiia is refitting^with alt-possible'  |lor..8ea.'w'^"-r -���������*" :t ,x,y  \: *��������������� A. ��������� .  Tiil  stol  AMP  Nffi  awt  mens  '��������� $  eo'ni  tee\  xM  td-t  fluanuty of iffir^ carp is^^ovornm^t  ���������^rlk^dctpber 2r-Ia tlie' police court  lay > Charles Dennis aud, John .Barry,  lonvictedrof Jlghting^ in: lhe Jpubiio  j-and placed tinder recognizances^ *   '  fopaying o*Sv;: E& M.-j S.^Sparrowhawk,  lia^^plac^^ji'S^  pe?up' tiielr (juarters1 on' the^ Scyllajand  (lthe���������departure4of ^be, mail:t steamer.  M opS%i llj J ake Jbarge pfiiii ship an d  ntiiU'u'^time^^ri^ * ������y ���������, 7^  rraatch for Lieu fc. Scott's medal will be  jtedlfbrion; Saturday next bj the volun^  p^e^vWestminster ahrTVictoria/>? |  l^anic^AgrioiiIturarShow takes place  'S-  .   *:���������/���������;��������� "��������� .- ���������������������������������������������   CLINTON.'* ., .: -J ..AA  ': ^CiintooV Oct ^Passed - iip^-McDonald*s  and KwongXee^buli. teama ioi: Soda ereek.  Passed down���������Grant McKjnuey?s bull feamy  Lawrence-^Bayle^ 7 A /   y.  ... TWo?:'rtagW loads 0 f^ Shrv oyii iff Aparty, in  charge of 'Edgar Dew(ln^,'passed up yesterday bojihcl;fA^the ;15Q; triilefppst, them to undertake su rveys towards ihe cottst. i.,   . ���������  Baroard?s ^xp'resses-left for Yale and Barkerville this xaomihg welt loaded;  V/eatber  fine.  ' :.:���������.:"������������������;���������-,   . \-0 -xryry -y-   ���������..-.  'YAt^0.y.yy,xXX0   ;;;���������..  Yale, Octobef d���������Manifest of Onwat-dl Oct;  6���������1 pkg marked Vernon; 118, {TL: 1,  Hughes; 1. Geo. Byrnes; 7. dia F; 1, Hojmes;  2. dW: 2. K W: S2, H B Go, T K; 2, Talt; 1  McK; 64,dia N; C������0, H B Co., Yale; 10, KL;  2, Delatre; 6, H K; 7,P 0.'  Barnard'h stage left at 5 a.m. ^' Monday  with mails, express and 1600 lbs. height for  Barkerville and Soda creek. Following is  list of passenger: Mrs Van Volkenburgh  and two children, for Barkerville ; Thomas  Brown, Soda creek ; J. A. Graham, H.B.C.,  Kamloops ; Mrs Tait, Kamloops; Mr and Mrs  Woodward, Mr Turner, Lytton.;   ., :  Road Traffic since Jloaday last as follows :  RichleyV mole team, driven by jRichley, and  .loaded by Nelson for Featherstone, Lillooet,  10,000 lbs ; Nelson's team, driven by Knox,  loaded by Nelson for Buie, Lytton, 8000 lbs;  Lawrence A Bailey's; inula tea"mt driven by  Wm. Nelson, loaded hy them for Grunbanm  Bros;, Soda creek, 16^00 lbs ; W. If W^rd?s  teani,drireti br Ward, loaded by Kimball &  Gladwin, for Lytton, 9003 lbs.;  W������atber fine; strong cold winds fro ra east.  The river has risen over 5 feet withia last  eignt hours..' * .  V       NEW WESTMINSTER.       ���������  - New Westminster, October 8���������On Saturday  ila^^anford Fiemin^ud^arty^  bv the Onward oa Friday etemng, lets iu  TM Lu.n'atic   Asylum ���������.would   have been  ���������p-tfoy for;- the'inmates, but for the in|;  ���������cessam^rain^^  iflte'iide*fl;^>re^ua4*^  struciions. ^/A0^ A^A ������������������ "A*-A-''- : -'r - -: "1  VictoriayfQctober' 7���������A|^nrveypr-Gcneral  Pearso ��������� hasVbeeh.*-;-a^puite8^nginee*r^r in  Charge of this Province of :th0:Federalphblic  wprks;'departmeutf and ba8:-raccivj^^nitr'i|c-*  ��������� (ions'to^eomfiienceJ tbe*- erectiott%f tl^new^  pub lie, buildings, ,^-v ,-.,* .. -,������.-,. . y ���������������        .;  Dr^M.;Po^ll$as^n^ppoihtea Indian  Commissioner for this Province, -rr^     |  H.M.SV Sparrbwbawk baving--bieen paid off,  is to-day ad ver tised to be so id by au ctio h on  Nt^'12; ��������� HMiS^oxer^  Satttrd^and^heiJtieni;allowed UW t^nio^9^������:  when they will be drafted. A: ��������� ? y.  f: The match at GIover;Point on Salurday f6r  Lieut Scott's^miedalxesui ted so;fa> as Victoria*;  volunteers aro .concerned:;as; to.lloTVs::-������Fiye-  Yshots at;e&l������pf ^;AO.iS^ ikhf^y yards,  range: Lieut. Roscoe, 35^ 'Quartermaster  Sergeant;-Mallandaine, 4i!f Sergeanit John  WilsoB,>53> scoring 15 at;800 yardV;: Private  ���������Bitleppdi; Homfray, 53 v Eennedy,;24;r. r  ������������������"���������-'���������  .ACQUITTAL OF 1ERS. 'FAIHir' :* ,  San FranSsco; ^eptj JS04-Contrary to expectations,* tbe^iiry otf: tbeTair case rendered  a verdict to-day. At>o'clock the_ Court met  and the. jury called; in, Uponb-eiug asked if  they had made .a:\ve$ict; : the .'forgiiaii  answered tbey had. It was then banded to^  tbexlerk. and.amid tlje^ttUaejs of; the; grave  theTerdicto^not guilty.;*was read^; ^he ver^  diet was received with astpnishmeht, but no  signs of approval or dissent wer.e manifested.  The prisbneriwas immediately discharged.;.  San Francisco, October S���������Arrived Overland���������Mrs A. Smith and child/for B.C. Oct;  4���������Father Seghers and five Sisters oi Cba^ityj  for Victoria^ './'���������- ":, i;*r .;'./;���������  ;.;;'EU?OPEAN,;.;   v      -;,.,,  Paris, October 2���������The departures from Alsace and Lorraine of inhabitants who decline  to assume German citiKenship are upon an  immense scale. Eight thousand eight -hundred will takO up their residence in Nancy  alone. Eighteen hundred left Metz during  tlteiast-fdrtnigb^Aud;!  city isnowpniy 10,000.  London, October 2���������Dispatches from Melbourne say the Overland Telegraph is completed. . ������������������������������������'���������  . London, October 3���������Sir Cbarles, Addcrly,  a Conservative member of Parliament and  Under Secretary for the Colonies in last Disraeli Government, in a-speech last night welcomed the Geneva decision, and declared that  the parties who fitted put, ihe, Con federate  crimers ought to pay forttteir depredWons.' j  v London^sOct.^-fc���������Agrarian^yiokncoSfrij^  iha County Mayo, Ireland.;' Xand'cwrliersti&  theVioinity of 'Newport have beonYshot and  other outrages committed^but in all cases the  perpetratorsescapedi t yj ih -'ysi ,-,r x- t  . -IsaaC;Btttt.:bri*me,rule^  fof Li mer ick, d e! 1 vered a fee tu ro I a st'high fc j''.{  th titci tyyutid advbcatefl linio til 'Mr Bit tt was'  moderate iii bis idem and s for' lreiahdiTplerre<J  to the pub li enaction of Lordllartiogton; Bus* ;  selland^Sfpntague as fa^orable^lo. '���������cara^pl'...  home rule, ^nd advised:*^  menibers'td'parlia^ r' 7-\%:,  '���������' I^ndoh;"October 5^%bti oW Sir  Nortbco ter died -yf������sterday.>; A Cabinet aieeV  ingjs called (for ^Vednesday Anppy, tort ransack  important business,ih������ nature,of, which;.bas  not yet transpired.    ;      .���������.  t   ,  ���������v Advic^*f%m vBdmbEy%  ^dtsappeTarin g. > * c"   '- * :'  y-     ... , ;sMISCELLANEQUS.  ,   ?   yy*  '��������� ' ���������- i..-.-..-v...t ������������������.���������������������������������������������   .:.-i.:-. .���������������������������������������������'���������������������������'������������������������������������' ^   ' - ;��������� ������������������ ���������������������������^ ^-y^::":':-- ������������������ -.;: ������������������  fr*70_���������7yA J0W: 10 ^ ������?i.^J  yX:  ytyy  7-lM:  '' l, 700'  'J\y  ' V  ": :������ }/��������� .  : 0y  kl0  liW������7,  l/TB-  ������������������.���������.'������������������.-.���������A I".,;--  ��������� XIX  y2  : XI  -p-'-yy  A^-'k  ���������������������������ivU'.-f;  A-x:  - yyy:  mm  i'",iY-r!;.YV  >y:y:-  XXa  AX  r ���������  : :Ay07  . 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'A-*1*' '��������� fyf'*?; .  ..   ^.' _ ,v������-..''   ;.j \;y;; ���������.'..".. >���������> .,���������.',.���������>������. ^,   * -iVV-fj'!;. ^-4--.   ,.,      ..���������Aw-1  IJnder temporary, nr!raDgcment ^for. conv-ey-  ;���������'.. '.-���������;��������� ���������'������������������i'*ence^t^^j^^^fy./^T-���������  The undereignedhas placed-aline ofi Pass^*  ,   ;",   ,.- ��������� ���������,��������� <   gor Stages.on ibe. r,    ,      .  --���������iVi,. iVilrY-'.' ''-1 VV:������ V)  "'.i'v -  ii  ��������� ^"  ���������'���������.������������������'��������� vr'vvr,--  .r    - :  ���������: vr  :  . v- i.r-v'v' ������������������:.';  yimx:  v*v.3  v i.^^-..-:;  ^ ��������� Vi'feW  '--!:#'':.'  ���������;!i|  ���������-'       ''-A-  m,  I V'Vu>  ;:-'::::  ���������l'---8  Running'? in "eldse- conpectioa withi the Stages.  from Yate^to^BarkeVviile. -'   "'���������   ; 7   -*' a. <-  Vi PersonseVisitin^/the OkanaganiDistrit^ will  .And this by fi������r the, most convenienta mode 4of  Savbu:-s-". ;;.v?1..- 71, .���������J ������������������. ./%��������� /i y Ay,x...: *, '*  m. ���������������������������  ��������� * r  .di  the following  fibe Stages going .North". and fc3outb.:t; ,  6SIEEE  ?Wii! betran:sa^te1if over Hhe.Touted v "Freight  *c%rfiediXI :L?ar&ia^;deByere3,-   Gocimtssidju**  executed; v Collections imade; ��������� --y Xx ax/ a A  au24Mrti-        F^ J. BAKNAKO & CO?  A BE prepared to furnish T.uriiber ixt thelr^ MiIlSj  xi.'��������� AVilliaia Creek, or deliver it-;to orjder, r. *   ::������  XUMBBR ftBJ4VJ^  CBKEK.   'A   lyA'/y/: '   0^0xXy  Having a Planing J Machine Iii opera tibn they' yrlli  also'ternis!!'  "-'A. ���������'���������'��������� ''   70 ���������. y]  i?  I 'iWi-  >��������� ;j.,- ,:,-v-,,'.  ; ut$������������������ "���������}:. x ��������� A '**& ��������� < *��������� "���������.'���������?���������,���������  atT'S&Usftwtory raws.'  ifrU  . ������������������  EBOKUSWSBBUfflPI THE CARIBOO 'SENTINEL  rati  m  mMzM&Sii:  8ATORDAY, OCT 12/1875.  ���������Ayiy: AA'W&ffihY MAIL S2RVI0E.  iWd'fnae'ls fast ���������������p5KeadBajj when our  ^weekly wail service wilt come io an end and  the fortnightly one commence. This tells ua  ���������ut weary meoibs of snow that is eternal in  ���������apftearanctv^nd days tbat ave infieite*im������l in  ieugtn. in H short time, beyond tfie usuaf  aniolng, telegrapfncats^ local news, nothing  ���������will reccur to t&atttrta the serenity oT our life  -or the regtilarlndulgence of 'our dreams ex-  *cept the fortnightly arrival of the ���������tsxpresai  bringing the mail and a few passengers. Tbat  1.V������f? course, in Itself a great Tefief, for with  5ts urtHPal.-comes a Urge budget of English,  .American, ana Canadian newspapers, briDg*-  -IngAis..information ef ail important events  iHbal ate, transpinng in the outside world.  Besides this there comes the usual supply of  tlong expected letters, bringing "tidings of  glad joy " to some, news of: indifference to  ^others, and knowledge of-.evil import to many.  'This i-s all very well in its way.   The news,  4S dod v bad or. in d h?er @a t, wi 11 c 6 me under any  . eircumstancei, nn<l we are always prepared  to receive it with tbat-proportionate-, amount  of favor or disfavor whieb we may suppose it  tie er tea.'[ If good f we hail At with -j dy; if bad ,*  with that amouns -of p hi losopby with which  natiire has gifted us, or years of " hard 1 Ine-s"  In the mines has taught wstb* exhibit; ~andv If  indiffereut, with the indiffererico it merits.  Our only complaint is,that it conies too seldom during'the. season when we require itj  ynoat    During the summer season mining1  ti^jj-atiobs are brisker, tfaere is more news of  a local character, and wo are favored with a  weekly .mail. * AVei thus manage to get along  ���������ifell enough.,. .Now, although the severe win-.  ,-frer" -weather baa to a certain extent jhe effect  , sf crampi hg ihe fad ustries of th Is d istrici,  ���������till wc must recollect it is only In a limited  . way, and the ordinary business bf tba country  $jaa;to be transacted in the*usual .-manner,  Engagements have-to fre inet, money has to  be transmitted below, and all the exigencies  ���������of trade' complied with in the same manner as  is would have to be dose- In summer time  wheat:we are favored with a weekly mail.  Every one at all acquainted with business is  well aware of ibe great convenience that  -cheap, rapid aud frequent communication is  4(t-those engaged in mining, commercial, or  other enterprises of any moment, and of the  nmsatiBfactory state of affairs that is produced  when these communications are infrequeafc or  interrupted.^; In this distrie* it baa-long been  'felt that the weeklytnail service ought to be  continued the whole.year .round; and now  ibat the Bftftks of Britten North America and  British Colutfibtfc are about to close tbeir es.  'tabUsbments uere for some months, it is evi-  -dent tbat a frequentcommunication with the  flower country will be of the greatest advantage to those who are either engaged In trade  or commerce or in extensive mining operations.   It is not for us to comment upon the  ���������reasons which may have actuaietl ttseae two  .. Aigbly useful institutions ia taking the step  yM^ed-i������* Tbey, of coyi*aa, know their own  business best, and in theria e vern on t tbey may  i-eitbor'See a possible gaie, or what is as good.  ^-letflfl avoided. What we have to deal with  ���������kite"probable effect on trade here, and-the  tpaiiifold Inconveniences which the absence  -of thsss bunking institutions will create, end  which would, at any rate, bo partially rem������*  ������|ied,.l>y a weekly tnalL, The uses of banks as  plaoes of deposit and as convenient means for-  the transmission of money are so well known  :4hat;it is almost needless for us .tb dilate upon'  ihe subject. It ia Hufiicient for our purpose  to say thai these institutions have existed long  enough here for us to become acquainted  with th ei r' uses j n b o tb refcp eela. "Under th ese  ���������circnmstattcesfi-t does -seem rather 'bard to a  tmsineas man to be .obliged " to come down  do.;fi������!t principles " .and.conduct" bis. affairs  t>y a. species of barter,���������gold dust .for dry  goofa or groceries for gold dust,���������without  ^py of the.civilised accompanlments of. bank  ������ote^ioribilte of exchange.   But, of.course, it  4     A������bd9   naMfiAMii  the yellow ore at tbeir disposal "instead of  being able to deposit their bars or dust at tire  banks, or there convert them into notesfor  "afirst, second and third of exchange." wifl  perforc������ be compelled to sleep with tfie  v raetal" under their "piHows prjriow it away  In unsafe safes or insecure biding places. "All  this is to a mind not completely obtuse to  danger borribl������ to contemplate. The only  course open to us ia if possible to obtain an  alleviation of tb* sufferings which we are  likely to endure In this respect. This m*y  4>e done <by-"iha "establish meet of a weekly  Mail service, which no doubt would do away  with many*of tbe ktconvenienceS which btisi-  nesajnen will bare to Buffer during the next  winter- Gold bars -could be transmitted  *very week instead of being kept on hand  double ibe time, nod the multifarious demands of commerce and tbe convenient and  regular transaction of business would ba  miicb assisted. We believe a moderate increase of tho subsidy given to the present  enterprising mail contractors would induce  those gentlemen to continue tbeir summer arrangement during tbe ensuing winter. Surely  then an effort might be made to achieve thia  desirable end. and thus avoid many of the  harassing inconveniences to which business  men are sure to be subjected during the  winter months.  NEW* ADVERTISEMENTS  THE   ELDORADO  WlWa. B0OMS.  THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING- ASSO-  .' ciatad themselves for thonurpos.* of^awylng oa  tha above mentioned- Ettabiianm'Aat, hope by strict  attention to tho comfort of their patrol* to. inert l a  fair share of public favor.  THE BILLIARD TABLES  will alwayo ba kept la the best condition, and tbeir  patrons m*y rest assured that nose but the beat  Wines, Liqmors and Cigars will be furnished: :  *������������$*��������� A spacious and comfortibie room has just been  campleltd, saiubla for l'rivate Parties,   .-,  October SL, 1873.  WM. W. DODD.  W*I. Ll. JOKES.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  Majucer, *���������*������������������������������������-.-...:- y. WARcra Wotta,  Secretary & Treasurer, -   Wm. BTcCou.,  Sta������b Maxacbr. ���������   -   ���������   ���������  J. fc. Hough  Cosrt-iJKB,'���������- - - F. Fsrrxit.-  Saturday Eve'g, Oct. 12,  On which occasion tho Cariboo Amateur Dramatic Aa  eocl&tion, a������KiatP������l by fi^veral volunteers, will (rive the  be������fc and most attractiro eutcrtatiitn^tit of the sea boo.  ..The performance will commcaco with tho Vaudeville, in one Act, entitled  With the folio wing ca?t:  Fitc^aug (Inheritor front Nature of  mo.-:t available property���������impu*  dtmcc),        ~      - ���������    -     - .  Monsieur'Octavo Al!r<������d J,ec1cf {.%  Gallic Apollo, dwellinp n^jacent  to the hqavenft���������n. tiarret),-  Murpliy CFiHiloo'^a Bricklayer���������a  [Hjo M Fellow und'ii veiy Freo  Mnson),     -     -     -     -  Mr Booiiey (a retired Spirit Denier,  wilh two .weaknesses���������1r;tsclbll-  ity and strong gro������),'       -      -  Alfred Bingham (tlie yoib; lover���������  we] I-dressed uud amiable, of  course),,    -v' *      - .    -  Mrs Witiks (a lodging-house keeper  ���������a Widow���������illgiblej,' .    -..   -  A A AX AX To he followed by.-  jaeleetioa,     ���������.    -     -     '.      -  Comic Song,    , ��������� ���������-...-'.   ���������-  'Dance, Viucyfvolunteer),    -  Qnllad (who baakiudly volunteered)  Selt'ctloa,    . -      - - -   - ��������� ���������  -     ���������������������������-.:  Gomcr Johns.  J. 8, Thompaon.  A. H. Sullivan.  H. McDeraott."  E. C. Neureider.  Florence Wilson*  Orcbestra.  l������oiu:'.r Johns.  H. Qiil\������r.  Mrs A Kelly.  Orchestra.  The evening's enter tain meet to conclude with tbe  humorous and ra'>&t pleitsiutr Farce, In ono Act, by  John Madison Morton, eutitkid  V BETSY   BAKER,,'-'  OR,   TOO  ATTENTIVE   BY   HALF.  -   J   S. 'Thompson.  -      -   "F. Perrett.  Mr Marmadalse Moaser, - -  Mr Crummy, - -' ��������� ���������- ���������  Mrs Motiscr (engaged al Kr������-'-������t ex  pense for tbis specUl occasioh),  Betsy Baker:(<i laundress^  Eurra������la.  Floruuco Wilson.  A1  SICHFJELD.   ..  LL PARTIES HAVING DEPOSITS IN  the above Broach ������r������ requested.tolptOr  sent their Puss Books for ;p������yraeDt of eacno  on or befoT������ the FIFTf^NTR DAY OF  NOVEMBER next, en vhkti date Deposkora  at tb������ Richfield Office will bepaM off. A-:y  No new d������poeit3-will be received at tbis  Office/ AAy.iAyy70:.r-r0x   ��������� yy'- A  Pro. & MvBALL, Agent.   <  J. Ii. St)T.Liv^N, Clerk, &c.  RicbfieM. October:'7'41672. *        oc!2yi%  j&~ Doors open at t.SO: Entertainment to com*  mence at KigUt o**cl<������ck. |  Tickets, -;$V;*-&*4crvetl-seats, $1 60���������lo W had ol  the Manofjcr, at his Offlce.  {^Liquidation Tickets not t.-ik^a thi3 perrormnnce.  MBCELLANEOtJS  Money to Loan.  THE TJNDKRSIONED KAS RKCErVKD  .' Instructions to ������fl'er to Loan on Oi>od Security %  few Thousand Dollarf, In sums to tsuit t"U������ app!i<Mh!������  At'KZ. E. B. DAVIB, 8oftciior.  Sarkervjtle, August 9, 1873.-  fcuWfon  Lost or Strayed.  CA1TE TO MV PREM!$F?t ONE LIVEU.COr.0RR0  DOG. ������m Sentember 6th.   Any p*rson can hats  the same "by proving property and paying expenses,  AppSy at lhe ������eanel    ���������      ���������  A. H. WAIXACK.  sela "its       '  ��������� ,      .v     .   Thirteen Mil������* Houtt,  Lost,  ON OR AttOUT THE 12m SEPTEWREK. fast  TWO DEPOSIT RECEIPTS, In favor of Beti������v, ������ft  fmtian woman, paynblo nt the Bunk of BrltiHh l^orth  Aiiierica, bearing *dal������ rcvpectivety July 10th,v]ST3,  and August 31bl 1S72, lor the respective sums of  5130 and $100.  Payment of the above Deposit Receipt*, which ar������  -valueless to any one hut the owner,-lias been st*pp*.|.  Any pfivnn finding the same U requesiort to ieuj  them .by Post either to tho Bank ot British Nona  America or tho SK-mvKt OtlSce.  BHrkerville, Sept. 18, MA , . .   se2t la  NOT CE.  ^THE ORDINABT ANNUAL - GENZBAL  1    THeetiuj*: of tho  WILLIAMS  CREEK   BEBKOCK   FLUME  AND DITCH COMPANY (Limited)  will be held at their Office, Bichfteid. on- -  MONDAY EVENING. 14th October;  al SEVEN o'clock, when lhe Directors for theenr'inf  year will bo elected.  J. S. THOUWON,  -.   e'ecreury.  2Stli September, 1RM. '8������rg  Coughs,  Colds,  Rheumatism,   Keuralgia,  DR.  CHTPP  HAS IN STOCK and ia constantly receiving  ENGLISH WlUGS������ PATENT KEplblNKS.  And otber Pwparattnni.        -     -  'TEUSSE3. ELASTIC STOCKINGS,    -  WHISTLETS. ic;, Ac.  ^ Teeth carefully Extracted and Filled.  JSS������-' PrsacHptioDS no4 TtmWff B*slp������^ ee-  Mail. Contracts  WHE   UNDERSIGNED,   AGENTS,v ON  A    behalf o! th������ a/':"--  AND  rfKpectiveiy,   hereby   gtre   PUBLIC   NO-  iiurj     Oi.    uieir     incentida     so     uLySE  THE ESTABLISHMENTS AT BARKERVILLE for SIX MONTHS, on tho FIFTEENTH NOVEMBER."-and Wpsaitow &re  requested to withdraw their funds before thai  date, or accept Certificates for th^eaaie payable in Victoria. Such deposits aa remafo at  ���������lhe A?enoi������s at the date mentioned will ho  ���������traoflfenred to Victoria.  Deposits of Gold for safe keeping will fee  sold on that date, nnd the proceeds placed to  tho credit of th������ depositors. All other va hi-  able ar tittles net then claimed will be traite*  ferred to Victoria <at the risk and cost of ttae  owaer.  , W.r-AftiSaak of Brlflub Columbia,  W. TRASER, Affeot.  of British North Ammm*  G. "M.  TENDERS ADDRESSED TO THE POST  Masiisr GcnorsI, Victoria* and mnrkeri "TfU'ltT  for���������M������il"Serv.ice.-,'='-will !>������' ri'Crired 4tJKicinria..np to  12 o'clock noon on PRiOAY, tlie Sth liny of IXci-m-  ber, for the '.convey anchor-; Her Majesty'������ Mails to  British . Coiuiii hi. bet ween the foiIf*wing: pl������ices ffir  AhetMBi offFOUK YKARS irom the 1st of Af>ril next:  'Barkerville and Harvey Creek|";  TJai-Tterville and Yale mfy  BtMTard Inlet and New ^stiminpter|  Oacfee Oreek and Okanagan ; and  Okanagan and Okanagan Mission $  Clintoaand Bog Creek;       ;'  Clinton and Ltllqoet;." [7/i  Esquiroalt and Victoria;  Hope and Kootenay;  Lytton arid Nicola Lake;  ���������" M^tchoseh and Victoria;  Omin-eea .and tjuesnelie j  Saanich and Victoria j  Sooke and Victoria.  Ea������h Tender must he accompanied hy a Guarantee,  Pigned by two responsible parties, undertaking that  in. the event of tho Tender being* accepted the servico  shall be pnrformed by the party tendering for the  price demanded.  Parties 1 a rs in regard to the Service and nmwvnt of  security required, together wi tli printed forms of Ten-  der and Guarantee, may ho obtained at the Oiftccs at  theTtrnnni'or each rmite, or at the Post Offices at  Victoria and New Westminster,  JOHN DKWB,     ;  Chief P. 0. Inspector.  Victoria, B.C., 1st September, 187S. 'sc28-td  nAVINO DISPOSED 0? QVK  ^niire ^usiueM to Mtwr*. NKt7*  FELPER k CO , w^ w<������ul:l thank tb������  pMbliefor Uieir kind patron-tgo, an! ������������k %  continuance of iLe same lor onr succear'  aors*'-'-'. . ;,*.*��������� '*:���������_;      ���������y-yy  :.ryy:  Mr MARCUS WOLTB is our 'antnorised  Agent, who will pay all li abilities, and ie i  whom all accounts murt be p;iid.        :   !  We '"-would' here request all thos<> ia-  ctcbtud to us, either, by >Tote or Book Ap*  count, to make as -speedy a setUutneat ne  .possible.::.-' /.-;���������'-' r  "'��������� GPPENHETMEE BE&a ^  Barkerville, Sept. 13,187^  AVL PERSONS HAVING- OLAIMS OR  J\ .demands against me lor Money or Chattels, connected with my L ufinesa in Barkerville or my l������te  business at the Last Chance Store, tightntng Creek,  are requested to present the same to mo at Barker-  ���������vftte on or before tho end pf the moii'tr; and all persons indebted te me aro requested to cull ������inil settle  their accounts on or before such perioJ, otherwise  such accounts will be placed in the hands of a Col*  lector. ',....:      ',    "  ' P. MANETTA.  ITAVING PURCHASED THE ABOVE  II 'Hole! from Mr J, 3 Koberts������m, begs to inform  tho travelling public and the Miners of Cariboo that  lie will Uo bis utmost lo sustain the wellearned W������  putatioa of the house as a Urst-class Hotel  Will as usual be furnished with the best the M*?k������*  affords.  Is well stocked with Spirits, Ales, Wines and Cigar*,  Are comfortably furnished, and. alnrge  the nunibor of rooms is now being made.  :*.  addition !������  Are the best In  be TWH *jupp!led  u������por country, and  l|&y and G2w& ;  '  A  \!ji3l,''  m  M  MS  1  1  1  H  mm  m  i ��������� ,ii. ifry^n i     ' I"'������������������������������������'".'      i    '1.'  '~T JT* T ''"~"-.-" r~l  rOMLIBOO SINTINEC  SATURDA������,.p0,JV ������2, 1872,  la**..  **?,-���������������  North  iilSTl  urns of  ch air*  > tend  Nona  Lli-r  HAL  VME  07'  tiding  ?������'"-.  iff.'1? ���������  Bt*rr  pfc:  eott-  NKS.  IP  ja*������������������  OVB!  nform  y tbitt  edr*-  fj?k������i  ��������� ;XJ������iesn������lni^ii^^j6ctob^rv ii^he stomcr  Victerig������ WW28 toits freight and five passtm���������  Were. thrived iere at 8 o'clock ���������$his morning.  The stage -left^^ for Barkerville at 9 o'clock;  1 CountyiCo^rpj^edfcli I o'clock; Three  cases. Barlow' vs...llufchwon ^:-verdict for  plaiotift Danielaon vs. Ross0 judgment by  d���������'faul L Blank vs. Fogatty; y settled- out of  ������purt.;   Mr Ball left for Barkerville at n&on.  *.' James H. Kerr. se������., died this morning, and  . was burled this afternoon.  BATES' NEW STEAM FLOUR AND SAW  . r ��������� VMiBlfS.;.;.; .;;,;'  Soda Creaky October 10~ At 'tbe 150 Mile  Stylise, o ii tbe lib inst.. steam was "got up itt  '.i r A. S. Bates'steam flouring ami saw ta il Is.:  55very thing worked satisfactorily. Tbe stones,  which are the best French i-tiunp; are said to  be the. largest!In; the colony.;A The taw mill  ��������� capacity it estimated At about 19,900 feet' per  ���������day.}*'-; No expanse has beea apawd to^render  * the nrhdle.pl an perfect.:  ; : ��������� I  'T  t: During thefunt % three : day* the river ha*  1 rii en about lti feet Marvin "& Wright'-?,^pper  '*iiireK������>use oa the point' was washed away.  .AW* 'havehad heavy rain stonns^dtiring the  pastvwe vk-r but -i lie weather -.'is no w brigufi .-and  tfroity..      .;   [      ��������� '-::     7.   *>     ,���������<-���������.* ,  I   A/ CLINTON.     "  000   -  fClin;ton. October 10���������On first day of Art-  ���������croft rac������a; ��������� Jplin Mc Kay'a \ horse iOarlbtio  Charlie won tlie������������������Thompson.'' River rtakes.���������  Mrtiiiie'ncdll Dexter won ibei half-mile race.  I! al f tn i I o nice fat so Its' ��������� w 3 a by {Doe. Er%l Uh 's  ���������;:cidrPintii-���������> ��������� 107 Ay -'^;i A0iXA0, x-.,  SK(.isi.D������Y0Jnhn McKay*s borao Cariboo  ���������Churtif w������m lhe D������rby. An Oregon horse  *n.imt*d Dick, won tbe Asbcroft cuo. .Jim  Bl������ckv* horse Arkawsaw won the half-mile  race.  LYTTONT.  LytJ������h70ctpber !*OATh������ -Go;r*ri5o?. with  p. (V\\*illy, E������q., arrived lan evening from  Kamb>opt, ana lefi this morning for Yale.  YALE.  Yale, October 10��������� Manifest Ai steamer Onward. Oct. it>-2pkgs Rom: 7. V D; 11, K  J,; <>. dia U; 105. dia N; 12. SM; 62,1) 8; 24  M & W; 4 dia F; 152 dli Of C Mrs Toy, 3,  H��������� BCo.'Yale? 15, dia N^5: Peck? 3; Facey;  20. HB Co. Yale; 34, dia N; 5, Dunbar,-  ubo'it 20 toiis in ������U,  -y.s    - k  Roa d Til a i'Fio fro m Yale to d ay :~-Pearson  Br or. horse team, driver J. Pearson, loaded  by Kimball & Glad win t���������()30Jbs. for Eteyln  <if Englandc<t. 6-45 lbs������ for^Pearliini -'Bros.,  AOO lbs for I). Kurtz;-. Nelson's mule team,  driver D: Oney, 1700 lbs for Foster and N^i-  enn, Clinton, loaded by Nelson : Toj-s mute  <tmm iA river II. G ay^ 40,84^ 4bs. for-Smi tb.  "SpeHmm. fcarsoa aud HugheBjCJiatoii; leaded  by.Se.Ubnr."." "*';.''  . ' .  * " V.^'**   :.'  No arrangement has as yet been tnade fpr  tbe shipment of Lane & Kurtz Co.'s boilers  . ;*and. pump?.:., -,-'.-, ..; IA Ai. y..y.,, ,w ������������������'���������Ai,,^y .  The Ti ver at Yal^ has riseix 35 feet within  the last 48 hours. ��������� ���������"'  The Governor; an^ Mr 07Rei|Iy anived by  epeciaLat,7.o*clocklthw vevAihgi^^.Uarnard'6  down stage arrived at 6 this evening.        i  --7.rKEW;;WESTMINSTERj., H  '-- New Westminster. October' l^Mrs Kirk-  wood, aa old and much respected citizen of  this city, died at 10 a.m. to-day of conStwnt  c m all -po?. A Her dea th castay a g\ oom o v er tbe  city,%befe she had rna8e a^reat rifan/ friends.  Th* other twa e&s^of small-pox are recovering, No.new cases reporled^ Tbe^ n������k% mot  tary measureB tak������R%*will probably preveat  th������ spread of the disease.  Moody, Diet2;& Nelson'* steamer Cariboo  ���������ieft Burrard���������; Inlet a& dayiigfet- ihls morning  towing the kbip Lucas, lumber laden"  We������tb-ar clear and tin  ,,:J . YICTORiA.     , :".    ,;   .  Victoria, October 9-r-A dispatch received  bere from New Westminster announces the  *mall-pox ������a having broken out there.  Tbe bark Powhattan- has arrived at Na-  ���������nairao to coal for San v������mnciaco.  Tenders are asked for tbe removal ot the  port Sister Bocks ia Fraser river., Tenders  wijl be received until the 26th inst  Three Kitcaptiap. Indians, who were convicted of piracy at tlie last Ass8*a and sub-  ������equently ordered to be released on ticket of-  leave, will be eent to Metlakathla this morn-  ing per steamer Otter. ,   .  Stone & Burneii'B wharf and ^warehouse at  Seattle fell with a crash Into the bay on  Thursday-last, causing damage to the extent  of $2000. .   ..:������������������:.   Al' '  $k% the 20th alt a y.ouug man aareedl Bol-  j  Island, was faj  Ing upon bim;  ';;^:^;rr:r..:-r:;;uNlTED;-STATE&  ijured by some logs roll-  New York, October 9 ^Tbe Grafld fnry has  indicted Chief of -vpolice^McWilliams and  Doyle for conspiring to rob the First National  Bank In Jersey City in June last^ and for  having burglars' tools and using them hi  breaking into the bank. Doyle but tiled  bonds for $28 000. : McWilliftms had not been  arrested ei adjournment; of Court. 4  < Cincinnati, Octi 9��������� In Itipley, Ohio, jester-i  day afternoon J; Cochrane shot and mortally  wounded bis bvotbHr4u4aw,i^ttflk Bed well,  wbo died this aornihg.^;        /    V w :  Loufovi]ie,;Ky^ ^ct^rrTto; inornlig ;i)r.  W. J. Bill. a well knownv physician of this  city, skot bimself in front of bia son's drug  store. He bad just been fefiised*admittance  by bis son. Family trouble supposed to be  ike cause of the rash act;'A    ��������� \)$  St.'-Louis. October 9���������At 3 o'clock this  morning, during a heated political diacnsslbn  between J. Milton Turner, colored Minister to  Liberia, and George Molley. another promih-  ent man; the latter stabbed the former with ������  pocket knife ih the left breast, inflicting a  wound Ibougbt to be mortal. Molley has  been arrested.      A.   :  :RicbTneat1, Va., Oclv 9���������The members of  John Robinson's circus bave been arrested  cberged with murderinif and robbing D*ven-  {port ih Charlotte, Virginia.       ���������  00000 ��������� *������������������ EUROPEAN. -  . ^Lbh don, Octob er 8���������A Btrmi ngbam fl rm  baa contracted to Turn ish <fee Russian Cot ern-  laeot with 15,000 rifles of an improved pattern.; The Czarevitch race was won by Sal-  yanos, Sylvit second, and Knfield third.  Strasbotire, October 8.���������The official statementmade of tbe reeuU of lhe option given  shows '.that of the natives of the new German  provinces of aIsjujo and Lorraine 1R4.633  have declared in favor of retainiuc; French  citizenship ; of tbis number 38.800 declara-  tions^hafe- become valid tbrou������h iniffligrs-  tion to France, and 12.0flO domiciled French-  men baye;J������ft the province.  Berlin, October 8���������Five f*cstnbling taloons  at well known German watering.places have  be^a closed.   Li>l>on..October 8���������.Tbe.stertmers Congress  end Brooklyn, ot the United Stales fleet', arrived !n the Tagus today.  London. October S���������Etgbteert coal masters  of South Wales have resolved to re-lease their  works shortly pending rise of wages of employee   r;  Stockholm. October 9���������Beraains of late  King Charles IV, have been brought to tbe  0 a pi ttt I fro m Ma-I'mp, a nti rwill be buried bW  neatb Kidderslrolm churcb/ Ay  BniMels, Oct.V9^A^neral strike of ibe  Wbikipeii'in tjie city is imminent.; ;  Paris, October 5���������The journals of this city  have opened siibscrip.tions to relieve Alsatians  who left-tbeir ioiues-to reiain:French citizenship. v\. yA. A'- Ay A/7/������������������/���������'���������'        A' :'"' ' r  The Pan������; corres p on de n t of the ji mes tel 0-  gruphs |fiat the .Russiiin Ambassador iii tbat  c ity bas re'eei ve^l a n ote f rom tlie ChIe f Sec re.  tary of the Emperor's Privy Council with*,  drawing the ccmgralulationg which the Emperor h adi tend e red Thicrs, a n d exp ressing  dissatisfaction of Russia at aggressire -attempts of-the Radical party in Fiance.^ ���������  Kingston^ Jamaica, Oct. 2^-Advices state  tbat another attack had been made upon tbe  British settlers at Oranee Walk, Yucatan.���������  Tbe Indians numbered about 5.000. The garrison made a gallant def<uice,-killing vaad  wounding Ji number.! Two soldiers were  killed and 16 wounded; one civilian killed  and 15 wounded.. -The Indians pillaged to  the extent-of twenty or thirty thousand dollars and then retired. ������������������  -  ��������������� *a  . .wg0-s������-  fr ������������������  RiiCRs at AmiCRpFT.���������Cariboo now deHgtit*  in the possession of the fastosi piece of horse  fieflb"in British Columbia. This has-been  fully proven botb al the Pavilion and Ash-  creft race.5*. At. tbe fonner McKay's horse  * Cariboo Cbarlie" won ihe.principal race���������  tbe u Pavilion Moms tain Purse5'���������and at the  latter carried off tho two main events, the  il Thompson River stakes." and tbe Ashcroff  Derby. When it is recollected that the two  first races were at mile heats, and the Utter a  single <lii������h of one mile and * half, it will  easily be seen that the staying powers of the  Cariboo horse must bave been good to enable bim to beat the best horsoe in*the lower  country. When we can achieve-aucb results  'tit*2th'our.stage bprses; wfeat will we not, he  Able to do when we take to raising race animals'? It Is quite evident tbe breed of horses  in the lower country will have to be improved.  Two other horses from the Cariboo district  are winners���������Manife's horse ".Dexter" and  Doc English's colt "Pinto" winning some  half mile races/ Wbere was the fast stock  from the great agricultural districts and from  Vancouver Island? where?   Echo  j "'���������      ������������������ -r.y^X  . ;;:*;.:MiNiNGj^  : ���������'-.-.    ;������     wiLUAMs cukkk: * 'yy''  .. The claims above^ Ricbfleid have sltice; tbe  fresh et com men ced hy d r au! Icing; and grouu d  fllalcl^^'^bV-Ballu*r^t7'cn.' were only able to  work part of last week-, but obtained 40 dz;  0y : ; -THIS MBADOWS. v \ ������������������ y A   ''';���������-'.. ":;  ��������� The Lane &Kurr������^dfbave qtiit workHFor^  tbe'iprfsenti As Bt������>n A* their pew pumpsf-?  two ri 3Ainohip1 ues���������which > are no w,;oii 1 heir  way up, arrive, work will bet ^commenced.  JACK or CLUBS ckcek. .       y  The^ Dialed ivtyyltiom washed; ttp;26^y������8ten  day. v The^ Two Sisters coris takinjf out pay;  These claims are improving in appearance* A A  : AX A    rr^--M)VraBK;CttBBKi''  ^. X-^A yA  The Bl ack Bull co J ha ve; c 0 mpletM 'their  ditcb to a point near Walkers^gu-tcbi 'Tbe  Victoria co. is-paying about 30 62. per weeki  The Qalaveraa co. ran tbeir drain tuniieTCO fl.  I as b week, and ������x pect to be in the digg i ngs in  about a f6rtaigbt;M; ::x   //Ayy. 0*. Ai  yyiyi '"        rEAOI^CR*E"BK;::v:; ''y:-r A0I  Tlie Walkem eo^are runnihff thfoneb ft nlar  row part of the channel, and find tbe bedrock  rising rapidly. /0A07.y'^.\  '0.1' ��������� LiQUvnsQ CM^/Ay/AlA/  Tbe Ross co. oro worldnp but not biking  out much pay. The Eldorad^^Wistill  running in rock. The South Wales co.bfiye  commenced work in tbeir upper diggings exj  pect ing to find tbe 'Amador ^cba^iebjfThe  Spruce co. are ebon t six feet from the ebifti  stilWn bed rock. The Point co* took out 77  oz.' last'week. The Vanwinkle:cbfecon^8������e  rnnnlna: ^beir drain. The Qlark cjiirbave  come hnrik some distance in th**������r drive .and  bo ve struck a good prospect. ) The^ Gladatbne  pxpect to be in gravel next week^ a^uiffrl'ft"  tower than in tbe old.drive.. 0 0 . :: ,; ,   A  ���������   ' ���������������������������"'��������� ���������'���������''.. -'?������������������' *-������������������ yA<&''. '  KEITHT^Y CHKEK.."   Ayyl A'iAxAAA.'  Tb<������ ������!aiors on lids creek hayejill beep dpi  ing well Ibis sea-aon, making 'tf?6in onO-baU  oz. to an oz. and $20 per day.:"Tbelat^  freshet filled all th������ claims upland 'some A of  Ibem will be unable to work any-more tWs  season. . . 07A0A0yy  HAUVKT CREKK.:: ���������      . 70:  The Foster c^. at last ncconfitsvw'e>*������ ^own  34 Toof'rthe raacbiaery...working;y^l^n^  managinpr the water easily. The of heir:ct*airts.  were all drowned out by the late}ffe^et,ivibe  :Cummiflg������co. llnmebavihg'lOTken^i^iy^  places. As soon"1^ tbe ^terjgoes down tjie  difS^reot companies will be ^biejtp^r^e^*m<i  opcratioti a. ���������'.;'���������. '10 ��������� AA[ ���������  AXTLKRCREKS/Vvr;y AyHy yy:'  The Eureka co. baye raised b shaft through  the roefc. through;w&icbthey havebepn ������riy-  log. and^bave struck info gravel qi1! what they  su ppose to be t he rim of the channel; water  not troublesome.      .   \,  Ay BEGGS OULCH.   ��������� ������������������;:;;*: ';;';  'The Cliff co., wbiiln^inrth^*^^  Bri ton grou nd. strn ck a jr 6 od p roap e ct I ast  week. ' Th������������ cruyel looks ^yoTftble; and; the  company is in topes br-goon having a good  claim... ���������'    A/"x\'        y'yA"'A'A'rA. -AAy[  A   ' ��������� --iy   GOTJ) CBEEK." ;     _y 704, !; - ���������  The Discovery co. will-work on this creek  durmgihe winter.^ They;intend to run a tunnel to strike bed rockjtboiUt^be^Owfcr lineof  their claim.  ACGinsNTS in thk MoPhkiwon an% Bat**  lakat CLAi!irs.^Werregret toXn tale "it feai Mr  William Stevenson, ot th$' MePbersoh co. at  Cameronton, met with a severe accldenl in  the shaft-house of that company on V/erines-  day last. While working iu the neighborhood  of the shaft his body was caught by the wheel  and jammed against the partition. Mr Stevenson, who is much bruised and badly; cut,  ia completely disabled, though no bones are  broken. It1 is not known as yet whether any  internal injury has been Inflicted.���������Another  accident of the same,'sort occur red .the next  dav in the Ballarat claim. Mr McAlister,  foreman of that claim, was ;caugtit in the  wheel in a similar way, aiid was niucb cut  and bruised. Mr McAlister ts fortunately  able to move about, though for the present  rendered unfit for work, Too much care can  not be exercised in worktngi'rountl machinery.  Thk Bulkhkau axd Wagox Roau.���������The  bulkhead behind the town is being rapidly  raised under the stipertntendence of Mr  Spence. Mr Spence will also, we believe, put  the street, which has been much damaged by  tb e la te freshet^ i n passab I e rep air. Men have  abo been sent out in the neighborhood of  Pine Grove to repair the WHgon road there,  it having been somewhat injured by the  Lightning Creek freshet.  Election or .Offjckiw,���������At t-he regular  mfleti������E ot tbo Cariboo Amateur Dramatic  Association, held on Wednesday evening. 9tb  inst., the following ofilcers were elected for  th*? ensuing vear r���������Manager���������Marcus Wolfe.  Secr^tary���������K. tt Nenfelder. Sfcage Mtanagor  ���������J.& Hough,  Coetumef���������F. Tn&fc  Oti -Yeft  men  V' vXL&ef������i># yl0)X  nv&ix?^^ ArrorNTMKxrs? -^urt Yererencie  pi:r teleffmph ic rcoIui'riiok HMlVSe^een that  Mr B, Wi Pearsei StirveyorGenersl"of thfet  Province, and Br. 1.5W������ Powell* have both ve*  ceived appoi ntments at the." hand s of" tbe Do.  minion G()verninoiitl:  The" former has,: \mm  appointed En/rineer itfeharfleinitWs Province  of the Federal *publia.Av;orka tiepaftmeht- anA  the latter, nos beep appointed India n.Co mm \*y  sioner   for' .this    Province; '   We\  satistled   that   no - morer- competent  could be lound?lo: fill the positionM;; -Mr  Pearae lalan'ibid oiBcer in Vancouver Tslahdvi  having Iteen connected wiib the Surveyor- ���������  Geiwral's department for some years before :1  the go W exxkement iiv?5B..- His w������li knowii  profession aVabli ity will enable' hiin to'���������super*  intend satisfactorily, those import ant wor ki.  which; are;tp be; eommehced i foith with. ��������� j fTl^  appojn tmehi of * Dr. v ^pwell' will be re!coiveU  wiih.pleasure by tiiosiV beB^M^uainted.- with  blni.   His well kn6v?n g-ocSi teiiiper,^^moderation and ability we]I befits ih\m>\uAdeuX -witJi  tlie Indian ��������� trilw?s,'Jwilhif whose habits "arid ;  modes of thought - and reasoning he Is.' tn>  doubt, tremi J' long residence: in thiRprovinco  toierably well acqiiain ied*tW������ cpngratulatH  these 1*^ appbibtmentai It  is al wsyeisattsfactory to find Itfotil jtoititihosmi  to fill these officefl/ejspeciaHjv lyjien their com-  pstente'ln that respect is ttndoubted;^: %*i:- '������������������  ' hARSATXD-. & CO.'S ExWRSSvStriVCd-IJDtf ;.Iaft'<  Saturday morning; bringing "tv; maif% afreit*  press/ and the following pasfftngers' to Bar*:  fcerville:���������G. B; Wright; C; M^Beak, and two  Cbiuairiepv7 The Down Express left on ^up*  d ay moral ng^; convey ing Vmaj I; an express*  and the following passengers,:���������Geo.Spi'tfetv  Wm. McCoiK 11. C. Orr, and /ebb Murphy, for  Yale; Ql B: Wrigtit- and XX"W:Beak, fer  -Quesnel. A[ -.xly-yyy,[;0A07lxAA-0.  ,. T������b BAkfe^-^'un^crata thaia(Menjb.  rial addresse*d to the Agents -of ibe Banks  here is being circulated for fiignatares.;{ Tk-e  object aimed at is" W induce the JJ^nk mttbor^  ties to keep one of tbe agencieVopeii^ WtfoiJly  hope the endeavor will be successful. The  closing of both institutions wil 1:be a.loss -botb  to the mining and mercantile^ cominunity./* 1  , Thb; Et,nonAno Saioo^���������Messrs. W.Dod4  and Lie Weliyn Jones have opened^tliw old  and favorite staind in a new and improved  form.   The best of liquors- and cigars are on  b������nd, and.goo^d.cJub..:^  private,"p&rlies\ ���������:,'"A}      y 'A,,   y..;.;���������''; 1 ��������� 1071"  1 i V^iccixATtoyj���������We 'would nSyisfi any fine  going below this fall to* get vaccinated. Pre;  ventipu is better than[ cure, ^ Residents: lit  this place' should also adopi Om very nects*  sary precaution.     ,f . A    X"\ i  Accident to tok Stkamer^OxwautxtttNo  mail or express came up from any point ��������� below- Yale 1 ast week in consequence of the accident to the Oiiward. i We; may therefore Apt. y.  pect a double mail* aud express; to-day;r "y,"  THBATRtCATi' pKnponMAXCR:���������Doft'X fo%et  Fl oren ce Wi Isoa 's beo efi fc. to-nigh % At.t he  theatre. Every body wi 11, br; course; ge and  see what will be tbe best performance ef -tb*  season.    '"'���������   .- '   ��������� ��������� >':i   " X' ���������*'  ''JA3'''*'' ������������������*'���������  ��������� BARKERVILLEy Bti- - -  '"������������������������������������        -     "    :'   ,!;-!"       -1*,-   ���������'���������iV-* ''f*>    ,; *-'".   ���������*   ' ������������������"' '-*"      '   ���������"      '.''.'������������������  ..    aa0   ���������     .   sr      & 4 '-   - ,.  HAS 'I RECEIVED : ^PINE" LOT OF  ; Also, a;good assprlin^nt.tit  ���������. ��������� im  ROCERIES, provisions;1 .    yx/A  liquors, cigars, ; ���������  ; Ay a ! //���������  HUBBBR & HEMP PACKING,:  LARD OIL, &c, for Machinery  October 5,1872/  P,  .  IMPORTERS AND DEALERS 1^;'  GENERAL   MERC HAND I Z E,  Having purchased tlie House and Stock of  Messrs Oppenheimer Bros.  ���������   Together with :r  pin  r0y-7:i^H,Myv������  jb&*atymiffiitpafy &o^ Wo ������ solicit^  . -'-yrx  y-:-.  .a y-  Airy-  yyy  x:f  /Am.  y/mi  :,������������������,..;���������=���������.: yy  .- ���������.  .���������-.������������������   "AAiiSA.  -Mi  yiXyXi  ''0,t  Am  ...    #%$m.   , .JKl?if>'  ii S  ��������� ��������� $m  ���������  ���������: w^i  .      .,/UlfMi: ���������  .xi  '  0iW-  .'���������':.     -.S&  ��������� '!$$���������  '; ** i  '"-$���������  '������������������������������������';*  ���������:'  ��������� r;!#  : y , rxx  00;  A'l'X ������������������  AAyiSffyi  0-Xlli;  ... -r AvX-  :xx.  yAAA.  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' m:A  y "lW[i  ��������� '-^Xr-:--  - '' y: '-:���������.  :0a  XX   ;  XA-A  W:  ������������������yy  ���������'yy '.'���������'  m  'V"  . y  yy  ..Si'  ���������y.  ���������,:'������������������<���������'���������  -..-; r:  ':X  ��������� ���������������������������  yy  iA  A;  msammmtmi .tife-..WM?!l}&t  T.EGAi- NOTICE* ������fcc  SN TES SUPREME COURT OF SEITISH  0/A y '   COLUMBIA. ������������������;���������. v\  3a ife������ laatter of Cows Gntstiotn, Seeeaseti.  ��������� ''''':���������"..-'", . . . '.Intestate.'".���������'.'"    ���������'.���������' xyAy /  ���������i"'"iiir'PERSOfes IKDKBTED tti TH������ ABOVB ES-  iJV'''tate'aro-required "to pay sticli debts Ifmloe'ii.  =*tety, and fill-persons who nnve claims, egaio?t such  <������<������taie are required,to send them In to me. on or be-  vfore ibe FIRSTS AY OF NOVEMBER next. :... -  :-;   C. E. POOI.EY,     .  Official- Administrator.  .Richfleid, .Sept..9,1872. r,   ..   ���������       se?4  3N THE SUPRKME COURT OF BRITISH  /A/AA/poL^TiBwy . iy/ 010/1  iln the matter of Nicholas Baius*, deceased,  A ", - ' ��������� '' a. .-'. interstate.' .'.  7A tV PERSONS lNPE������TKr> TO TUR ABOVE ES.  " JtV ; tatc are required to pay such debts immediately ; and all persons who have -claims against suoh  Estate areTequiredto s������nd them in to me on or before  'stha FIRST DAY-OF NOVEMBER.nest. .   .  C. JS   POO LEY,  Official Administrator.  "��������� Richfleld ��������� Sept. 9,1872.      ���������.;:.��������� -r  >*:  r ������������������>"���������:,..  HOTELS, RESTAURANTS; Ac.  Ay   Baalgriiptcy Notice*  -ITT^EBEAS A FETITION FOR ADJUS!-  lY    cation of Ban^rupt-ov,' bearing dato the 2d-������f  ��������� "Fj'piember, * ;1S72,-   batb   been , duly Cleci against  li\I2NRY STEEL, of Soda.Creek, in'the Province of  British Columbia;;5 Trader, and be having been de-  -*-������lrtfed a Bankrupt* ls; hereby ���������required to surrender  i'himself to; tho Honorable ilatthew. Bafllie.r "fiogbtei  ..4?hief Justice ol,Our. Supreme Court sitting in Bnuk-  jjiVptcy, on tho 13tb day*of September nest, at-QUKS-  \ .NRLMOUTHyat IV o'clock in ��������� tho facnt30M firecisely,;  ,.;������nd ,on Wednesday,vthe 16th.^October nest, atthe  : i-Court House,, Victoria^ at II o'clock, in: .*^o forenoonj  i>recisely, and make a..fail discovery and disclesureof  iis estate and'efl&ts, wh cu an<1* \vhere tho credi toj-s  .i*re to com������ to prov.o their debts, aud at the-first  . *������ittiap to.choose Assifrnops: aad at tbe last*sitting the  :r''-*a1<l-Bankrupt U requ"irea.to finish tiia examination;  y AyMi persons indebted to, the said Bankrupt,--or th'sit  Sfnnve any,of his effects, are not to'pay or deiiver.the  j jjamo but, to Chas. JE. Pooley, the Official Assignee,  /'Vbomiha Court'lias appoint^ i  yyiy '        ��������� "���������  '00'     , ^CHAS; R POOLET,     ���������  Hyy:;������������������������������������   .-..-���������:.���������������...   _-k.   ���������.���������������������������.���������;   ';���������:��������� vofileiarAssitfuee.'   }  :.;���������: -Dated Qoesnel, 2d September, 1872. ���������'     ,. se?lm . ���������  -a*  'Tlie.Etegistrartion. of  vEfirtlis;, Beatlis and.Mar,-  iages iAct, 1872." rr;.: ,  -t.  rewery  VaiELaiicotir, Liver j & Co;,  [SUCCESSORS TO N. CUNIO,]  "B^ to inrorm their friends and the pub lirthnt they  have taken the well known.premises in Barkcrvilla  so ionjj favorably patronised while iu the occupation  of ilr N. Cuaio. <.-.������������������:.-..  The Celebrated XXS Ale  will be manufacturedjjand soldgby "Wholesala and He.  tail i up ta purity ;and ; -  The best Liquors & Cigars  constantly kept on hand, r   ".     .������������������'���������-���������  ;  TllelIJpdging, Department  will be altoava carefully {attended to,, and tbe beat  Beds and accommodation /provided ;������or their, cus  toniera. ������������������'. ..������������������'���������"   r.X ..      'AAA..' del������  MISCSLT^ANEOUS  tore  LIGHTNING   CREEK  'as just heen/re������  i ..: :'MISCELLANEOUS:: -. > xJx  complete assort-  ir  JL  the " trade re quire s,  and offers to Miners  and Traders the- advantages of a .'splen-  ,:,.. .'Celeb^ited  yVpRCE S Ttip.S;'jH:ift E|  S^UC������  ..    Declared by Connolsseurtto be. ,..    /  70 THK  ONLY   GOOD SAtTCS;  assor  2iient5 wliieli eaniaot  be surpassed iiiqual-;  itj.or���������fnee.-.A-A ;i/i:  j%&~ After"'tlie l*i of \U\\yi Govts wfll hn  YleUvered according to order on;all  outfcide  Greeks..-,.-    ���������'���������  rx-AA- ���������y.A-lxx   ...  . J. Y\r. LIN'DHARD.  Van Winkle. Juno:5.1872.  argains! Bargain ���������&  E  ��������� 8 0-T'IC  TptTBLTC KOTiCE.is hereby given.^ that from and  'A v at ter. the 1st day of: September next, all Births,  ! l>eaths and if ari iages ,wi ih in the Province of British  O'lumbia are to be Regis torednn der the provieioa^ of  ; ;.*��������� ��������� Tho. Itegi strat ion oi. hi r ths, ��������� Ben ths a n d Marriages  Act; 1872",'������. at* the Off Ice of the ��������� ftj stric t RC������g istrar of  (he District wherein the eamo respectively shall'take  ^Uc^aiirt within tho times following, thHt.i3 to say:  ;BIRTH?���������Withiu CO days from the date thereof.  * MSATRS���������Within .30 days' after interment. '  "MARtllAGES���������Within 9*> days from tho dato thereof.  ...  Kvery Householder, Head of a Family. Olefffymnn,  Physician, or other-person or persons, rehired by the  said Act to report "Births, Beatbsand *JIc������rr*age&, who  .refuses, or.wilfully neglects todoEot. within ilio times-  :befof e named, will be liable jto a penalty for "each and  ���������every offence-of not tea* than Five "Dollars or more  .thAaTwenty Dollars, to be recovered with costs bo-  /.fi're anyJus.ticeof the Pcace.having jurisdiction within  Ahe locality -where any ������uch offence is committed  a^aljuit tne eaidAct.  "By cbinni'arid. "  A ;-' l;"H./;BfW. ATKMAX, k  v?,:,. r. ..>���������.. -.-.-' ...;v.-..     ���������- -.   Registrar General.  * -lAnd Begistrv Offlce,       >  7-x     Auirr$1/1872.   ,(       |. sell  /PHIS OLD ;ANt> WFJX-KN'OWN K^TABLISHIIENT  I    is ialways supplied with [tho;..best of everything  that can" bo proc ure d j n Can bob". r  ''     y 1'"'''  Board,.>;-v$l^ per Week.  Single: Meals   - - -' - Si.  BaSADiiBE FMTHE BESTFLOUE  The Celebrated  FRESH   GROUND    COFFEE,  A superior article to any -which can be bad from he.  low, Roasted and Ground on the premises from ihe  best selected berxies, aud warranted free from adul  eration.  Jel7 -��������� i      3. Q. <300nSON  CLEARINa OUT STOCK  To make roord for Spring Goods.. . .  ,;��������� JJoPsaoyftsauMnLY,SdAuginit, 1872.  ���������  ' Mjc^t&ti%tf$tii B^nlea relatlr������ to Private Bills*  60. All applications for Private Bills, property the  ^ubjectvpf legislation byr the X.e?isl,ittve Assembjv of  ���������ildtieh Columbia, within the purview of ,4The British  korth America Act. 1667,'������ whether for the erection of  n Bridge, tbe making.oi'a Rai!n������ad, TurnoikeKoad, or  telegraph Lioe, the construction or ImprovemODt of a  Harbor, Canal, Lock, Dam cr Slide, or other like work:;  tho granting of a right of Perry; the Incorporation of  *ay particular trade .or. callisg, or of any Join t Stock  Oiopaijy'.cr otherwise for granting to "any individual  : ^r individual-? any exclusive or peculiar rights or privileges whatever, or for doinjr any matter or thing  which m its operation would affect the rteht or prop.  ������rty of otherpartleK, or relate tm any particular class  ���������of l he commua i ty.; or for m aking: an f amendmen t of a  like nature to auy^rmer Act^, shall recni re a Notice,  -clearly and distinctly specifying 4henature and object  ������r the application, to be published as follows, vte.;  j&A Kotice -inserted in the British Columbia Gazette,  ������andv in one newifpapcr published in the district af-  lected, or if there be no newspaper published therein,  . ^en ^ ft fcewapaper in the next .nearest district in  ���������Vhich a newspaper is published.=..,. ,��������� >",| y ������������������  V$3r Such notice shall bo continued In eaeh case for  * \m Sod of at least six weeks, during tho interval of  lime between the close of tbe neat preceding gession  ������nd the consideration of the petition*  01,7 Before any Petition praying for leavi to brincr  ������ln a Private Bill for the erection of a Toll B^dge is  presoLted to tho House, the person or persons intend-  in-j to petition for such Bill shall, upon giving the no-  yo* prescribed dn the preceding Rule, also at the eamo  A\7X*xT : l . ax-uiu'h, wh znicirai between iha  ���������Sa ������!n? ������r picrJ*ior thc PaREa^a of r*rta o? vessels,  ������rawDr.d^e w af)t< MBd fcho djnierisl01JS of thc g&m9  ,. CHAIU-R8 0007),...,   .  '������& iUt;l^isi������u^if A������S!i3a&.y.  s  Tha undersigned Legs to inform the Miners  of Cariboo that ho ia  SELLING- AT  COST!  The following olass of .Onoffsi .especially se  lectin] for Minora;  Dry Goods,   'Ay  ;,- Socks,  Caution against Fraud.���������The i?occcfi?of (to  most delicious and unrivalled Condiment liaviw  caused certain dealers to apply the name of 'Mrbtw  tershire Sauce'' to their own inferior compounds, tin  public is hereby informed that'tb't. only way "to prV  cure the genuine, is to  ASK FOB "lea; &  PEBRINSV  SAUCK  tind to see that their names are. upon the warna  LABKLS,8TOPPKR,andftOTTi:E. ' " :;\* ������������������ '  Some ol tho foreign- markets having; been supplied  attorney.to take instant proceedings against maw.  pACTURKRsand vKxnoRBofsuch, or any otherlmiu*  I jon s b y w h I c h t h e! rr I g b t mn y be In fringe d,.   ,  Askfor LEA & PERKINS* Sance and,s������9  Name on Vi'rapper, Lal^cl, Bottle;*an4  Stopper;"'   :"';'-       '���������''    'iy ''    - "���������*-:".'  Wholesale and fnrexpor*bythif*ropTfetori",W<)N  "ester tCrosse and Black well. I jondpDj&c. ,&*���������;'  bwGrocerK And Oil men anivoreclly - .     <.  Van vVolkenourglv & !Co.  Retail Butchers,  ��������� - ���������     ������������������ "��������� :  1 ' ���������        ���������   .     i       ..���������'-'..    V  Barkervjlle:,  Richfield  ���������ASJ>���������  VAN WINKLE.  y ���������"-'������������������ ���������   ���������  ��������� "���������    ������������������������������������   ,   ���������        '���������        ���������'     : ���������<��������� i:    :   ���������     '  A SUPPLY OFTHB  iir������  ALWAYS OH HAKt>.  rawers.  **  j T WILL NOW SKLL AT VANWINKIiS  Ihirts,  KQ TO ANKOfJNCE THAT THLY HAVE REMOTED  to thc spacious premises formerly known as tfco  St. George Saloon, where they will beat all times  prepared to furnls^ ,  BO ARD    A ND    M BALS  OF   THE   BEST   QUMJTY.  Tho   BAR        furnished wlthltne finest WJNJSS  rJQUORSandClGAKS.  And a Very Pine class of  ats.  and  B^SF AT A SMALL PROFIT, ann will wa-  tinuo to tioso aa long as tne public extend thai?  patronage.  J. W. UNDHABft j  m������ REMEMBER THE STORB *S������  Upper ������nd of Barkervillo,  . i . - ,,;-*.    ���������'  * . ,,*4u8|-..-.    ���������������   a,-:   '-' *���������*')  1  ���������WW  e!7 Cm  N, STOEAGE,  AX.  BarkerriUa  A   A  A fine selection of  Ladies' BOOTS & SHOES  :      A fine assortment of  Grenuine Meerschaum and  Briar-root Pipes; :  ^B* Call and examine prices-^gsf  The  Goods will be sold VERY CHEAP tor Cash.  Bukerville, Maj 17,  1  Has corauieticecl ;ber Weekly Trips, leaving  Queane! on MONDAYS, and Soda Creek oa  FR1X>AX^;W daylight.  Passaqk, ..    --: ��������� :���������     .:'-"������������������ ���������-��������� *    :' fI "J  . FuKiGHT,-���������:���������.:��������� *      *      I cent per lb.  ^^..Gbotl^ consigned to ns from tielo*  forwarded Tr^a ol Chargeyfov Storag������; of  Comralssiob.-.-"-.-     '" Ayy-  0.7/, MARVIM & WKIGHT.  iSueBB^ Ma^ 2, im&  Ay    '--pjn.4Bi  SURYEYS AHDPLANSEXECUTED  On reasonabls terms. '';���������*     ;:i  >^ Orders loft ai jfr Kelly V^wkerrf"*  A.    ���������-.  ������������������-*->x>y.00y->   ��������� wyM'tfi  m


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