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 %&&*������  ',<  ;t:Barkerville;: William; Creek, B.C.-. S tor day;. October 5, 1672.  ng,  It  ill'  ir  9f  '��������� pirate in,  N'*-'!".  lihye;  'few  ..\tfj' v.  e fi;iir  ; but  '!:dI,-,f.o  "irtoi!  V.CXX:  hair  ,'iriH'r.  iir.il  C������  ��������� ibis.  tviutt  jrtH'S*  },th������  ������prp-  JCE  rrKR  plied  rrina  .they  rer;������  u&  nil1*  see  and  ���������  m  m  M  m  ���������  M  MM  m  THEjGAEIBOO SENTINEL  Published every Saturday'by   >  it o b"e::r i^iio:jJLb way.  Subscription, - -   60 Cents per Weefc,  RATES OF-ADVERTISIKG.  t- ���������.- *������������������������*      ���������   -'  Tor one square (one Inch), flrst Insertion,  v  *4.������ ...���������-,' <y*S< - i       ������������������."��������� ' >. one monthv, ^  'For* t wq s<jiiarcs,' flrsffn'scrUo'u, ���������. ���������   ���������   *  * "       one month, ��������� ��������� --   -  ���������  *3  Agents for t'ne*1 Cariboo Sentinel.'/:  Tan Winkle, - ���������    r  'Quesnelmouth,-.  iiida Creek,  Clintou,   -���������'.���������--'   !  Viiln,    ,..-���������,   ���������������������������>���������;���������  R������w Westminster,  Victoria,   ���������  J.. 1\ Filler,' "���������������������������-*������������������  Roan k Co.,  <G Struct,      -       -  ������������������ < A $: Mclnries.  - RarnardVliXpress'  Barnard's Express  ' -'     Barnard's Express  ,'-������ .-- ���������do   ;    ��������� ��������� do  ...".-'. ."��������� John Murray  - '" ���������.. , Mr Webster..  '���������������������������������������������     -- ;'San Francisco  San Francisco  v80 Cprnb.il J, London, S. 0.  Ms CARIBOO SENTINEL  JOB   PRNTING OFFICE  Varda. Circulars, Posters iuid Programmes for  ���������','. Balls and Theatrical Entertainments  /^Executed with neatness and dispatch..^g������  ':*.  ': *    '" Terms moderate.  THE CAMBOQ/SE^OTEL  i������.-.r ,������������������=?���������������������  WKONESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1872.  Ill  r r  X    127.MJLE HOUSE.  * ;���������'...  127-Mile House, Oct. 1���������Sanford Fleming  ������tnd four other gentlemen arrived at .Kam-  3bop8 on Saturday, 28th September, aill^i well*  Frcra Mr Glaasey, -who arrived from Ma-  hood's party, we learn that Mr Mabood is at  Canim Lake, about 50 miles from th* 'wagon  road, itnd wrlluotbe out torsi.*; weeks. The  jmrty'aro in good health. Very-little snoiv  vet.  - Gii8 Wright and Marcus Smith had left  Clearwater for the Cache.    ' '���������;���������  Mr Paymaster Watt*passed down this morn;  log to meet Mr Fleming. /  Very few teams have passed up ibis week.  Weather very wet, and roads in a bad state  for teaming.   Mr Dupont and another gentle-  wan returned to Victoria this morning.  ���������YALE.  Yale, Sept 28���������The Suspension bridge will  be open for regular traffic oa Tuesday next.  T4ie bridge over the Spuzzum was taken up  yesterday, and will be replaced by.a new  ���������structure iu'four or five days,  VICTORIA.  Vletoria; Sept. 27;=The Standard of this  morning says reliable Satelligence' and later  thaii any;yet published has just been received  whioa is to tuei^ffect that it is uncertain yet  as to which Power has been given San Juan  and the adjacent islands, but it is feared from  our point of tiew the "tlaite'd;1 States will probably obtain them. ���������.:.v ��������� '":;'v;:.; ; *��������� :'  Tho Prince Alfred sails this'* morning. Mr  iDe we, i^ost Office Inspector, take? his - departs mfor Ottawa by th is morni ng'a t ste" am or,  having assimilated the*"^epArMeJntrjia- this  Provincii with that ofitlie Easteitf ifefovluces.  The Saanich Agricultural Show comes off  on^Wedrieiciay nexl It ifl; expecte J to .be as  iaterestin^as-uaaai.'>*V ���������.'*���������' v%:' -,..:.���������' ->".1;.... '4���������*;  Iron has adfaaoedi in gad FmnciscoiO,per  ceat%  ��������� Twenty prisoners will W'taken up this  morning, tb be i lodged in New Westminster  jail, the Victoria prison being overcrowded.  i The weather for tbe past twenty-four hours  has been cloudy and rainy with strong winds.  This morning it is fine.       .  EUROPEAN,  .'-..-. ;\ .  ��������� London, Sept. 25���������The English Court has  gone into mourning in consequence of the  ueath 9f the. Ong ot Sweden. .  Princess Hohenloe, fcister of Queen Victoria, is dead. ���������: -  London, Sept.* 26���������Robert Lowe visited  Glasgow to-day and received the freedom of  the city. In his speech returning thanks for  the honor he alluded to the result of the  Geneva arbitration, and expressed the opinion  that the "Americans had come out of the  struggle very much "irritated ; but England's  object was not to.obtain a legal triumph, and  she acted therefore not a3 a litigant but as.a  friend.. The..money should be paid without a  murmur or delay.  ��������� -London,-Sept. 27���������Mr Lowe, Chancellor of  the Exchequer, in a speech at Glasgow last  night, severely condemned gir Alex..Cock-  burn for not signing the award for damages  in the Alabama claims, and for publishing an  argument which opens up the question and  creates ill feeling. He insisted that it is the  duty of England to accept the award loyally.  j 'Lo nfl on, Se p t. 27���������D a vis. agon t'- 0 f the U.  S.-.before the Alabama claims arbitration tribunal, sailed from .Liverpool;for New York  yesterday.'  -���������.-���������>..  .  '' There was a heavy gale yesterday on the  British coast. Several vessels which left the  Mersey for American ports were driven back.  The heavy gales prevailing yesterday continue to-day, and a very largo number of vessels are wind bound..  It is said efforts araboing made, which have  not yet taken any official form, to require  the Messrs. Laird, constructors of tbe Confederate privateer Alabama, to pay a portion of  the sura awarded the United States by the  Geneva tribunal*  CANADA.  ; Toronto, Sept. 2C.���������The ball given to Lord  Dufferiu by-the Lient.*Governor last night  was.la magnificent affair. Tho house and  grounds were illuminated. The Governor-  General and Lion r'.-Go vera or left this morning to attend the Exhibition.^ Lord BufFenn  will return to-morrow and remain in the city  for several weeks.  MISCELLANEOUS.  ^BARNARD'S  ExpressLliie Stages  CARRYING H. M. MAILS,  MAKE  Regular   Weekly   Trips  ..    from Barkerville, .  BIEKARD^S EXPRESS  n  5  Under temporary arrangement for coa  ' ��������� ���������;���������'���������"���������  ance;ofthe Mails from  Gaclie Greek to Okanagan;  The undersigned has placed a line of Passen-  ��������� ��������� - ger Stages on the. .   * ��������� '��������� ���������-" ;���������'  MW1AGOIE01B :T0 OSMAGAI,  Ruhningi-I^'close connectipa witli tifie Stages  tfrom*Yale to; Barkerville*''"!'  ' \ X'X:   "''. .  Persons .visiting the Okanagan District will  find this by far the most convenient mode of  travel...       ���������������������������...-. -l-X-   ���������.       ' --'-   ���������   :' -  *������?��������� Stages leave Cache Creek on Wednesday mornings .at i0jorcl6ck, and "will! return  the following week in time to connect with  the Stages going North and South.     :     ;  a mim nnm business*  Will he transacted over the route. Freight  carried. ..Parcels delivered. Commissions  executed.   Collections made.  au24 2m' F. J. BARNARiO & GO*  :MISCELLAto:OUS.  Van Volkenburgh & Co.  ICHFIELD  ���������Axi>���������  A SUPPLY OF THE  ALWAYS ON HAND.  LIGHTN.m& CREEK  x.S. ?: PARKER4  nXVma PURCHASED TiHE ABOVE  HoU'l l'ron\ Mr.I. J. Roborlson. bog3 lo iiii'ona  t li 0 trn veil ing; pul) J it an vt the Minors of Cariboo that  he will do his utmost 10*sustain tl'10 well-earaed ro-  putatioa of tlie housa as a Ursl-class Hotel.  S?  iWill fis usual be furuished with tbo best the Market  aflbrdib. .v.  ...         [��������� ... . ,..  .    .  LIS  Remaining, in tbe Barkerville Post Office on  1st September. 1872." Parties calling for  letters iu the following list, will pieuSe ask  for Advertised Letters':  Anderson,'Anders (2) Langdon, W  ;������������������  ARS>t^aTcA to! lurnlsb LnmbGr "at ffeeir^ KiU^;  WiWlamOreok, or deliver it to order;  '        "'  ,;  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING'  CREEK.   '     ���������   ��������� x:   . . ������������������=  .' HavingaPIaningJifachiQo.iE bperaiion thoy^lll  also furnish ,. ��������� ������������������ ���������   ���������       " .  .  DRESSED LUMBER  at satisfactory rates. ' ���������    '   ceU  Is well stocked with Spirits, Ales, Wines and Cigars.  Are comfqrta*b!3r fnniisbod, and a large ftddition to  the uumbcr of rooois is now beiug niado.  iAro^n^bPst. hVthe upper country, and will fllways  4������o well Euppitfid witb Hay and Grain, t juSd  Angles. Eph.  Barlow', \Y S  Brodie, John  Barker, William  Clarke, John C  Cohy, Frances (2)  Coeman, P .  .  Cuminings, Allan  .  Chideil, George  Darroch, Donald   -  Dosljer, Henry  Dodcro, C   Dowiing, fichu  , ���������-.���������  Evans, H;W;        i,  Forhes,FW  Fletcher & Bucahati  Hinds,Thonms  PIolroyd,Jas       ....  Hicks,! \Ym  Hare. Oliver  Harris, Wm  Humphries, John  Johns, A     1  Jeffry & ^lills  Lewis, Charles  Mcintosh, A J.  McDonald, Alex S.  McBride, Jos  Murphy, John  McArthur, Dl  McLeod, Thomas  Mead,W  JLarcent, Louis  iMoffatt, John  "McDonald, John*  jlcICeg, M-cDpnald  O^Hare. Ptitrick ,  l^hair, Henry/    ;;  iPreusische, Rage  Pellow? William   ,  t. ritchard, Rdbt  ��������� Renfon, JohnSj  Kowe, Samuel  ..Sanderson, John;  SU Laurent, Jos  Scott, John W  Sanders, John  >Smith,JlobtH  BARKERVILLE,  COMMISSION STORAGE-  G-roceries, Provisions': and  Jenkins, WaiH, (4)    Sullivan, J D  Johansson, S Schubert, H  Jones, Daniel  Kirwin, P (5)  Knight, Henry  Leslie, John '  Lambert, D-  .  Steel, R  : Thorn as. Benjamia  Wilson, James. -.  Walmsley, Chas  lVard,^B  .,  Postma3t������n  '%'i   -rt  *n- >v: trt  if jet r ui  n\V2it.  Has commenced, her Weekly Trips, leavingv.  QUesnei on MONDAYS, and Soda Creek on,  1 FRIDAYS at daylight.    ^ .   ;  :"   Passa(?b> . '* ./ ���������"'������������������ ������������������>'.���������.��������� ;i������*'.':$5 ���������.,.,! ;  .: ";���������������&* Goods "consigned tonw. from l>e!o#v  forwarded free ot- Charge; fori Storage vo^^  Cbmmissipii*..,,  Wl  %#im"I miifctr*  QaeflneVSIajrVlW't  Btfii^tt  .?.  iitWIfllWIBIWIIIWWmiiHPMg arfffi CARIBOO SEffllEl  SATURDAY, OCT 5,1872. -  "--��������� "*���������������������������    ?     --*-     -  TSB RAILWAY.  It ft t������t a nho&'tlm since ft was anoonneod  ���������**tbai������r������aafer3Fleraiag/th*"Chief Engineer  **of tho Canadian Pacific Railway, bad left  Oansfhi far the purpose of crossing tbe great  ������������������psklries of the Red River and Saskatchewan  ���������conatry and the Rocky Mouctaia range in  -order te Tlait professionally, aud as Chief En-  :.giaeer of the: railway Hee, the Paciflc Pro-,  Tioce of the Dominion,   It is already an-  'tiouhced by telegram that lhat gentleman bad  ..arrived at Kamloopa oo the 28ih of .last month,  *od tbat tbo Lieutenant-Governor of this Pro  tInca was on his way to meet him.   Tho arrival of tbe Chief Engineer in this Province  -will be hailed by the people as one more evidence of the honesty of the Dominion Government in carrying out tho terms of union  -witb this Province.   Ia fact, nothing could  tffce more satisfactory than the 2eal and ilvter-  .:Or5tiati������u displayed by the Dominion XSovefn-  fluent ia this respect.   From the commence-  ^������pM"a������ utmost energy and engineering skill  "vims;been brougfcl toliear in 'order/to make  tbo preliminary siirveys necessary to determine the line of route oa the west side of the  Rocky Mountains, [li will now be Mr Sand-  ��������� fiiord Fleming's business, in addition, to make  tbat;finai report to theGovernment of Canada  \ by^which they willbe eaabled definitively to  annoaiace the T������ale determined up onl It is,  ; of course, still .impossible for any one to say  witbany certainty what particular locality  will bo favored with the Terminus. Every  one, as a ruie, tbinks it ought to be located  : }** ���������$?, P***9 where it would'bo of; most advantage.'-to himself, and there is in conse-  QeeDce consider on; this subject  between those> whose interest would be faTor-  ftkjJ,0^ otherwise affected by its location at  ;Bar?ard ^Inlet,."^  X:      lfr9?9^  ; ���������;'-'TK������^-^������8t^In8ter an9 the lower Fraser *ay  rtfiat Providepce has already pointed but witb  v-i������nerring band tbe most feasible an&i direct  rdate^viz^,' that already ' folio Wod by /the  "7hoiapsoa and Fraser rivora to New West-  Wicster, aod from thence to Burrard Inlet,  where-a harbor capable! of accommodating  the fleets of the world exists.   This route, it  /Is also contended, would pass through the  best and most fertile parts of the agricultural  4������tricts.of the Province, -it is, however, argued by the Bute Inlet and Victoria support-  *rs that the line lately surveyed by way of  Xakola Haciie and the Cbilcoaten country to  ButoMdlet is in most respects the most advantageous one.   Wfcotber it be so or not, it  ���������matters little now in the estimation of some  people, tor it is believed by many that that  lie* of route baa b^ea definitively adopted.  The main point in support of thi3 new is the  ��������� answer $*eh by Jfr Langevin to a question  ^Jiit in th* House of Commons by, we believe.  J&r DeCogmos.' The Commissioner of Lands  snd< Works then stated that the Railway would  be  carried to Victoria  if possible.    This  Answer has. of course, been quite satisfactory  to the Victoria people, for after a declaration  c*tbis sort it is not likely that-their-interests  wWbe neglected. But it must be recollected  ihat there are taaoykimlB of possibilities;  There are engineering possibilities, and there  -are financial possibilities, and the occurrence  o������ oiss c* tupse !a.a-nesat!fe sense would of  ���������conwt Immediately reliere the Dominion  (afOVerameat from tbo guarded pledge given  by theiiii   As regards Bute Inlet being itself  mad* the termintiB, that ia altogether improbable.   It to utterly absurd to suppose that  m*th ft ���������pJwiwonld'.be fliad upon .when the  diaaidvaataires to be contended against in approaching ff a���������^^   numerous.  In fact. to.,  ,������������k*!';&^.i|aMvtb6 ;iorniimw would?-bejf  aaicid^^i>i"iey, ;X( d^t^ws^j goda to tbai'  S>l&ee itimtist b������ carried across the straits to  Taaconvsf latand/either b|r Wans of abridge  or a steam (my capable of transporting a  w&ole train at ������a* time.  This k the only ?inl  ^ftt������f������wbtcb:Victofiaba������,--It k tho pria-  &������. -wmmm* m& ^ad������ U *&*  colony.   The country ini its vicinity ia par-  tlall^ettled, and the land that rem ai us Is  nearly all fit for cultivation; and it posRenees  a magnificent harbor inits immediate vicinity,  and is nearer tho entrauce to tho Straits than  Burrard Inlet   But here comes in-the saving  clause about. possibilities,  engineering or  financial.   A abort time ago we attempted to  demonstrate the existence of other possibili  lies in connection'witb this railway scheme,*  but these may inconsequence of the immediate and more exacting influences brought  to bear be  altogether  overlooked.    It  is  almoeUdle fortis now to talk of the advantages which might result to tbo Dominion at  Urge from the establishment of the terminus  on one of the commodious harbors on the  West coast of Vancouver Island, or tho adoption of tbe Bentinck Arm in preference to  Many of tho more.favored harbors, further  south, for we feel satisfied that whichever  point be chosen it will bo done with a due  regard to -the general interests of the Dominion and the dictates of trade and commerce,  for it must always be torne in mind tliat ours  will onlj be one of many competing lines,  and'unless we can show satisfactorily; to the  great  commercial,  interests   that  are fast  springing up on the Pacific coast and ocean  that it is tbe best, shortest and cheapest route,  we must be content to receive only perhaps  a small sliare of the immense trade, that will  undoubtedly come into existence oa the west  coast of America in; a few years.* It?-W%e  business of tbe Dominion Government and  -,"'.'-..��������� .... f'-t*  those financially interested in the: railway to  give these considerations their proper-Weight,  for if they .permit narrow and sectional views  to govern them in, the ^performance, of a work  of such national importance, and to us of such  lasting greatness or. loss, ?6purelyi;Wilf it end  in disaster and commercial ruin. . Alliwe.ican  do is to tope that wisdom;and prudence will  guide the counsels of those in -power, and,that  the great work will bo carried through in  such a way as not only. (6 be one of ���������;national  pride but of national benefit"    '!*���������-/..  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  MISCELLANEOUS.  Mavaoxr,   ,   .....   siarcw Worjrs.  SECRETARY k TflEAStHKR, -    W.M. McCOM..  Staoj: Manager, ���������   ���������. -   ���������   J. Z. Hough  CoaruaiKK,   .......  k. PEBasrr.  Saturday Eve'g, Oct 12,  E ������11205,  On which ���������ccaslon tho Carihf>o Amateur DrnmiiUe As  ������cciat!oD, assisted by soviral volnatecw, Will gire the  best an*l most aUr.ictivocafcyrtftlnmentof tbetcasna.  Tho porfermituco will c&mmencj with tlio Taud^  ville, in one Act, oniltlb'd  "With the following ctit:  Fltzslitn? (Inheritor from Mi turn of  most available property���������impudence),  MoDsieur Octave AUrotl Lector (x  Gitllic Apollo, dwelling arijaccut  to the lit\a\v:n���������������a Garrot),  Murpliy. O'FillUoo (a Bricklayer���������a  [IIWkW Fellow and a very Frco  M^POD), ,    -     .'-���������'���������'-     *.  Mr B������osey (a retired Spirit Dealer,  with two weaknesses���������irascibil*  ify-nn-1 Btrongjrrof),  Alfred���������IMijfrham (iheyoun? lover���������  . well-tlresseji and amiable, of  conrsi?),  '���������-      -      -  Mm Winks (a Lortsin'-hoase keeper  ���������a Widow���������eligible),      .- ���������   -  To be followed by  Selection, - . - - -  Cothic .Sbiig, ::'":���������- - ��������� - '���������. ���������  Dance, Fancy (votunteer), ��������� -  Ballad {who has kiudly vulunteeretl)  Selection,      -   . -      - ���������    ~ .  KAVINa   DISPOSED   OF, otTR  public for their kind patroange, and ink 4  contluuance ������f lhe same lor ������ur succes*  4WIS* .  . ���������   v  Mr MARCUS WOLFE In onr ao'thorlsei  Afent, who wJU pay all liabilities, and l������  whom all awounta must b������ |*.iM.  We would here,request all those In.  ^ebted to us either by Not������ or Book Ac-  ������y������nt, t������ make as speedy a Heuitimenl an  poaalble.  OPPENHBIMER DE03L  fiaffkevrait, Sept. 18, lsrs.  Qomcr Johni.  J. S. Tho������paon.  - J. H. 0U!llvaa.  - H. WcDermott.  E. C; Neufolder.  Fltrcnce Wflaoa.  ��������� Orchestra.  "���������Ooui.'ir Jolras.  iH.Calder. ���������  MnAX^IIy.  Orchestra.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  BARKERVILLE,   B.C.,  HAS RECEIVED A FINE LOT OF  The evening's cntertpionvmt to conclude with tha  humorous aud most pkuiehig"Fare**, in one Act, "by  I.    .     John Madiscn i/orton, entitled  BET8Y  BAKEB;/  ���������  On,   TOO   ATTENTIVE  BY  HALF.  Mr Marrhaduke-lfouaer,   *���������.-  Mr Crummy,  Mrs Mouser (engaped at jfraat ex  .pons������ for this special occasion),     ^Eufrapia.  Betsy Baker (a Laundress), ,;���������! .-   Klorauc* Wilson.  3. Thbmpsen.  Perrctt.  GENTLEMEN ARE CAUTIONED  NOT   TO   VISIT  THE  ELDORADO,  althoughrftda gtmerally conceded that tht  LIQUORS  and CIG-ARS  are of the FIRST QUALITY, and tlie  BILLIARD   TABLES  Z J^1 larctIor iD BarkcrTiWo- ^ ^  WM, W. DODD,  ���������n.leavors to tn������ko his patrons, as comforubl* &* nn|  .*   bLl1V,t"l.JU,in.r? K ^roat aiimb^r of tlio tnost inter.  .c^lng *NhW31>Al^ wd 8tu,!yin������ iljeir other coo.  Yi*t:fn the times aro so dull snd money scarce it  would be well for all hi, old patrons anSirlSin  the comimmf:y not to rlsit tho KWorada  Barkerville, August 31, 1872. *   auol'lrn  03^* Doors open  at  S*    Entertainment to corn.  mc������ce at half.pasfc Kight o'clock.'"*.  : Tickets, M; Keservftd scut*,! $ I oO���������to ��������� ba had *t  the Manager,, at his Office.  t$������LiqtiV!atlon Tickets not taken tMi-peiforraanee.  OPPOSITION  r\  Also, a good assortment of  GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,  LIQUORS, CIGARS,  RUBBER & HEMP PACKING,  LARD OIL, Ac.-,'for "-Machinery;-  October 5,1872.  NOTICE.  THE ORDINARY ANmJAL  GEKEHAL  1    Meeting of the  WILLIAMS  CREEK   BEBROCK   FLUME  AND DITCH COMPANY (Limited)  will be held-at their Office, Richftejd. on  MONDAY EVENLVG. 14th October,  at REVEST o'clock, when the Directors for the ensuing  year will he elected,  3. S. THOMPSON, .  Secretary,  25th September 1B63��������� ae28  ������y  H  s  9  a,  B. GHIPP HAS IK STOGK and ia constantly receiving  ENGLISH DRUGS, PATENT :������EDICJNpS,  And other TreparaUons,        X.yX..'  TRUSSES. ELASTIC STOCKINGS,   '  j -..-'.'    WRISTLETS, Sec., &c.  ^  TENDERS ADSRES.SKD TO THE POST,  Master General, Victoria, aud m:?r!c"d ���������'Toder  for Mail Service." will hi' received at -Victoria up to  12 o'clock noon on FttlHAY, the :6th <lay ol* J)������*ccm-  her, for the emveyatee of Her Jhijo?ty?* Mails iu  Britiih Cclomhi:i between the f������;l'ovvin"i pUcra tor  the term oi FOUU YSAi:.-: from lhe 1st ol'April next:  Barkerville and Harvey Creek j  Barkerville and Tnla;  Burrard Ii.let and New Westminater j  Uacbo Creek and Okanngan ; and  Okanagan and Okanap;an,Mlssibi^  CUnton and Dog'.^reekj  Clinton and Lillooet;  Esquimau and Victoria 7  Hope and Kooter.ay;  Lytton and Nicola Lake 1  Metcbosen and Victoria;  Omineca and Quesnstio;-'  Saanich and Victoria]  Sooke and Victoria.  Each Tender must he accompanied by a Onarahtee  fiignod by. two responsible parties, undertaking that  In the event ol the Ten derating accepteil the survlco  shall bo perform oil' hy -the party tendering for the  price demanded.  s Particulars 'h regard to tlie Service and amount'df  security required, together with printed forms of Tender and Guarantee, may ho obtained ul tho OJHoou at  tho Termini of each route, or at tho Post Offices at  Victoria and Nov* Westminster.  "J0HNDEWB,  , .  Chief P. 0, Inspector,  Victoria, B.C., 1st September, 1872.   .     ee28 id  "^LL 2KW SELL AT VANWINXLSr  J^S  BEEF ATA SiotALL PROFIT, an A will oa-  liaue to tto ������o ������a iuu# as the public extend thtir  patronage.  J. W. LLNDIIARD.  WU nEMCMBER TRS.STORE  Upper end of Barker villo.  au31 .������������������...  ALL PERSONS HAVING- CLAIMS OR  demands against mo for M-m^y or Chattels, con*  netted with my LusinefH in Barken'ille or my Uw  business at the !aM Chance Store, Lightning Creek,  are requested to present the same to mo at Birker*  villo ou or before tho end of the month; and all per*  ?on* indebted to ms are requested to call and settle  their account a on or before such period, other* I*  *uch fcccoums will be pl������ccd iu tho hands of a Collector.  P. HAXETTA*  Bnrker?Hie, 12th Beptomber, TSTSL wU 1������  Lost,  ,N  OR  ^BOUT  TUK 12th ��������� SEPTEMBER,  Inat..  TWO DEPOSIT RKCEIin\S, in favor of Betsy, ������b  Iudl������n woman, payable at the Bank or.British Xorth  America, bearing date retpectfrrly Jtfly'lOty, 1872,'  afed  August -dlsl  *    5UIHS w������  tCTO  ^130 and$166'. :'*m'  Tayiment oi !the above fteposit Receipts, which ar*  valueless to any one but tbe owner, bas be-on stepped,  Asy person finding the same la requested to send  them by Post.either to the:Bask ������f British North  America or the Skittifbe. Ot33ctf.  Barkerrille, Sept. 18. 18TJ.  se21 lm  AN������  V ���������������  AKK TO MY rREMISKS, ONK I,irER.COLOREI>;  U   PQQsm Senteniber #th.   Any person can hare  the Bame by proving-property and paying expenses.  Apply at tho KenneL , ...  a; k. walucb,  sa   ������������������; Thi?t������eB Milo Eoosa. !  THS UWDICRSIG-NKD HAS    A   Instructions to offer th loan on Good Security -a  few Thon&ind Dollars, In anm������?. to fruit the apprleant*.  . .  &LZZ,  ���������������. & ttAVia/.Bellclwn   .  Wgm  mm.  mm-  mm  H  ���������I  **������������te^- ;  ' Sl"^^  J* ���jmiftr-^yrir *
The hydraulic and ground sluicing claims
��bove Richfield, which bad stopped work for
want of water, have since its increase by the
late rains agaie cojamenoed operations, f he
Kallarat 09. took out 97 J ot. last week^ Th��
Forest Rote co. are taking out good pay.
��� 8T0DT GULCH.     ,
August 20���Bawden co.~RecordQd in favor
of Nicholas Bawden, 5 interests ; re-record,
Sept. j?���Recorded la favor of the Williams
Creek Bed Rock;Flume and Ditch Co. (Limited), the whole of tbe Forward co., consisting
of four hill claims ; re-record.
Sept 9���Jenny Lind co.���Rocordedin favor
of Thomas Potter, Kv��n Phillips, -each" 1 interest, and Joseph Cannell 2 interests; ro-record.
Sept. 16~Bailarut co.���Recordedia.favor
of John Bowron, Dan. Carey, J. ��ingwall. W.
Dodd, A. Fletcher, Wesley Hall, D. MoDef mfd,
A. McNaugbton, John Muoroe, and F.Neu-
felder, 19 hill claims on the east bank of tho
creek, commencing at the old Rankia co.r��
south eastern corner stake and ruasrwig dowu
Tbe Stout Gulch co. have again commenced 'stream 1000 feet, and adjoining the Rankin,
work, bavin* suspended forsometiraelaiooa
sequenceof the scarcity of water.
The Lane & Kurtz oo. have been Gleaning
their boilers but are again at work. The
drive has now got through the bed rock and
appears to be approaching the channel. *A
good deal of slide rock has been gone through,
and good looking gravel lias been struck.���
The gravel is dark in color, with ranny washed
boulders in it. Coarse looking gold is found,
aad ibe Indication* are really favorable,
The Black Bull co. are cuttinga ditcb from
the bead of Mink gulch to bring water from
the Williams Creek Bed Rock Flume Co.?s
���ditch to work their claim*. The ditch will
have to becarried round the mountain by the
bead of Stout gulch, and is quite a big undertaking. - The Victoria co. are again on good
pa^ :.> -i:r. ���.������'���-, -  ���    '-������. ��� ;
X "������:;'.    * "   JACK OF CLUBS.
The Discovery co. have struck good pay.���
The Two Sisters co: have also done the same.
The Two Brothers co. have struck bed rock,
aud are supposed to be near the channel.
The claims have, with one exception, ceased
work on llilsoreek for the season. Water ia,
we ."belieVe. the trouble. Good machinery
will be reqnircdto bottom tlie shafts ia the
deep ground.- ;: '
' . ' ���   LTGnTKIXO CREKK.    i
Th��* Lightnlugco.is not working at present.
The Spruce co. is still sinking. The Van
Winkle co"; continue running their drain. The
iNiint co. wasbed up4 22;oz. on Thursday. The
Victoria co. hare turned .-ihe''creek and are
com piloting-"'the- ditch to the shaft. The Vancouver.-co. are preparing niacin eery; "and' ex-
?yect to be pumping iu three'weeta. The
Clark co. i* working hut not doing much- at
present. The Gladstone co, are cutting bed
low, and are within.a few feet of-the face.
The Cunningham co. have quit operation*
for the season, the water being too heavy for
their preseut machinery.
The Foster:co. have got their machinery
tip, which works well, and are down 25 feet
below the platform* The Minnehaha co. are
running a top drain, which is in about 300
feet; will be working in the face next week.
The Cumin in gs co. are still on unfavorable
rock, but {hiding a little gold. The Manitoba
Co. have been cutting down rock in their tun-
ceL The Dominion co. ia looking favorable,
having taken out 8i oz. of coarse gold lost
week. The Perseverance co. took out 2$ oz.
last week.
.���. ��� ��  �� o. ������
August 28���Ah ICee co.���Recorded Infavor
of Ah Chong, Ah Fouk, Ah K��wt I#nrk Fouk,
Ah Yap, Ah Louie, Ah Kee and Ah Ku. eight
creek claims, commencing at tho upper line
of Avjou's and Ah Kong's claim and running
up stream 400 feet; also, 400 feet adjoining
the lower line of the. said Aujou aod Ah
Kong?s claim; tbe whole to be worked in
conjunction and to be known as the Ah Ku
co.; . ";���������-. "
Sept 10���Eecorded in favor of Hang Low,
one bench claim, commencing .about 100 feet
iabove the'Cer&nbian co. and running up
stream 100 feet.
,      BARVEY CRERK.   .,.-.���;
October I���Clyde co.���Recorded In favor
of Sam. Smith, E.McNab, W. Fraser, I. B.
Fisher, W.' Allan, each 100 feet; A. Kelly, A.
Glendinmng. W. Manson, Oliver Hare, John
Bel 1���T. Harding, J. G.Barnston,- and James
Lindsay, -each 50 feet, ia all 900 feet, commencing at N. Bailey'* oldoamp and running
lip stream, nine bill claims oa the south or
Br��ce and Adams companies on the-oast, and
running to the summit of the hill. To be
worked in conjunction with and form part ot
the Ballarat co*
Sept. 17���Recorded in favor of Robert Graham, 2 full interests in tho Bruce oo.; a co-
Sept. 30~Steadman co.���Recorded In favor
of Sing Y��, the whole of the Steaduian co,; a
August 26���Recorded in favor of John
Burke, James Patterson, Owen Crowley, P.
O'Neil. each 1 interest in the Grouse co.; also
In favor of Maurice Mansfield, 100 feet adjoining tiie upper line of said co., and to form
part of same. -
August 31���������Black Ball oo.���Recorded in
favor of James Glynn, 2 interests ; M. Glynn.
Dan. Olynn, James Whearty. Pat. Whearty.
John McCabs, if. McLaughlin, Pat. Synoo,
M. Hanley, bach 1 interest; it. McDermott,
and O. McKane. each one-half of 1 interest,
aud M. Connolly 1 interest, in the Black Bull
co. on Lowhee creek and WaUoa gulch ; re-
g^pt 2���Armstrqngjco.���Recorded in favor
of Thomas Armstrong and Ellas Jones, 2 hill
claims on left bank of Lowhee creek, oppo
site the old Wasbburue ground ; to be known
as the Armstrong co.
Sept. "2���Recorded in favor of Ah Sing: Ah
Wing, and Ah Tenag, 3 creek claims Adjoining the upper line of Ah Lee and Ah Choi*'*
elates: to be worked together and form oue
.Tub Tklkouaph Link.���For tho last week
persons desirous of transmitting messages
from Barkerville to San Francisco and the
loSver country .have been unable io do so. I.
is m os t (I isastr o us io r -. I h e, i n te rests of the Tel ���
egraph line that this should be the case. An
incorporated Company on' tSjis creek that is
in the habit of paying at least $100 par month
for message*. have been unable to transmit a
sing I* message for the last week. Outers are
in tbessroe predicament. The public who
subscribe for the usual report published in
this paper.are all sufferers. On whoso head
rests the blame ? Not. sis far as we can learn,
on the office at Barkerville. For the last week
no connect ion couM be made further than Che
127-mile house. Why should this be the case ?
It cannot anywhere between any two given
stations require a whole week to put that section of the line in order. When the Superintendent came up here we fully believe he did
his utmost to place the Telegraph line on a
good practical working basis; and no doubt
he bas succeeded to a certain extent, and we
ifive hi id credit for il ; but it does seem to us
very strange that a connection can be mr.de
lo one-station and no farther, and no reason
be ascertained, for nearly u whole week why
that connection should not exist to the next
station. It is not our business to hunt up
grievances, but people of standing and position come to us with tb?se complaints, and as
wo know the line is losing business by the occurrence ot flitch strange accidents we Ivel
compelled to.gire utterance to growls .on the
subject that we sincerely trust may be of
aoine use. As wo have said before, llim-e in
a fair chance of the line paying, provided it.
is found to be thoroughly useful, but if no
reliance can be placed upon ii business men
will not use it. We know.that sufficient
business can bo given to the lino in this place
logo a great Way towards paying its ex
penses, and-'those "expenses neverwill fee paid
unless it is properly attended to thiougliout.
12*1���Recorded in favor of Jos. D.
afc#Normaal��eiatyre, the whole of
4he Independent co., coasisthig're^\��m''fmtr
Acoimsnt fo" Mr Thadorus Harpmr.���"We
regret to state that Mr; T-baddeus Harper met
with a severe accident ea Saturday lout while
attomptiag to drive a steer into the pea in
VanVolkenburg & Co/s corral above .Stout's
gulch. "Bhe steer turned upon him, and hav-
lug caught one of bis horns in the sleeve of
his coat carried him m that manner jpoio'dta
tance, and finally threw Mm against a stump,
bruising and cutting him badly ��hout tbo
l&c��.   W�� ace Sow glad tofptata tbatHr liar-
deluding the-gronnd leasedISraisiljjBi Osilfor- per, thotrgb mticb"injared, fcftm$*m$fwp
(Befor* H. U. Bail, "Esq., Gold CnmmlBStofiw tad
GoUDty Court Judgo.)
SivmiDAT, Sep*, 2S, 1872. ,.
Lirsr.TT vs. Collin's and Joas Boro, claimant.���This was an interpleader summons calling upon the claimant to show his title to half
of one full interest in tho Clarke co. on Lightning creek claimed by* trim, and fceld by the
Sheriff under a writ of execution isaued on a
judgment obtained by plaintiff against tbe
defendant    ��� .   *'    -. ���"..�����
Mr Barnston appeared For tlie claimant,
and put in a bill of sale from J. Johnstone
Robertson of the half interest; dsted September 23; aud the record of same dated Sept 24,
and rested Lis case on these documents.
Mr Park appeared lor the plaintiff, and
contended that tbe whole tranaaetion on the
part of Coliius was fraudulent; that the interest was originally conveyed to Collins,
who had purposely neglected to record it;
aod that at the time tho execution was issued
on the 23d September, It still bolongcd to
hirh. i
Mr R. Lipsett and Mr J. J. Robertson were
both examined, tbe latter, whose evidence
was the most important, proving that he had
jriven what he supposed to be a proper bill of
sale to Colling. That on the evening of Sept.
23d Collins asked him to give another bill of
sale to Boyd in order to protect him, as Boyd
had gone his security for the money which
was to be paid for the claim. Ho then found
that no namo had been inserted ia the original
bill of sale, which be supposed was,therefore
a nullity.;' He therefore complied with Col-
.liivs request."     i .   1 * '
; Mr Burnston said that the original bill of
sale was valueless, for by,a mis lake no name
hadi:beea Inserted h\ It.i The property therefore remained vested iu Robertson ;.uutil the
transfer to Boyd. The eo-calJed bill of sale
to Collins must be treated as a riwllity, as il
could hot be recorded, and theie could be no
fraud^on Col 1 ins' part, wbo: waspiutply trying
to protect, the. man who had become his security, and who would in all probability have
to meet the note when it became due. ���
His honor paid the property seized should
be given up to the claimant, who had proved
his title; that tlie transaction might, as between Lipse tt, who w as Col I i lis'' j udgiiie n t
creditor,ibe considered fraudulent, b.nt���;.t"hc
property n e ver.was really voste'd in Collins,
and the claiinaats title must be upheld. '���������
. ������'������.!'��� - - ' -    \    .: MoxoAT^Sept. 30.r" - -.
GrscoMK vg. Porte and Thomas���Judgment
summons fori $270.' Thomas-' share settled
out of Court for $100.
Buousskau.vs. Natiun.���-Action for;$58 for
keep of a horse and mule. Judgment con-
fessed. Ex��cution stayed until after the 15th
October, pending a croas-action.
Fossil Hicmaiks.���A short time ago a.fossilised-.bone was put in our hands for examination. Not being much versed in paleontology, "wo have been altogether unable to decide, .to what species of extinct or existent
animal tho bone belonged. ��� Suffice it to say
that the bone was found at a depth, of fitly
feet below the surface in a bed.of clay in the
Oailavat claim on this creek,- and whether the
hi te resting creature to which the bone .belonged was.originally pachy dermatons, Saurian, paleozoic, autediluvian, *' or any other
roan,:; it U impossible for us at this late stage
of tbe world's history to say. pur own impression is that it is part of the vertebne b*
some extinct animal! The specimen is quite
perfect, and, bears much that appearance.
The only adventurous individual in the list of
our acquaintances who has been bold enough
to express au opinion, says positively that it
belongs to a species of fymz alligator that
existed in large numbers oti this coast when
the whole country from ihe Rocky Mountain*
to the Cascade Range was one vast sheet of
water. In support of this theory he is willing
tr�� bet that its truth will bo admitted if the
other bones belonging to the animal are produced. Any gentleman who is wiilkg to
back his opinion in this way must be correct.
The possibility of finding the other remnlns
is, of course, a matter of secondary consideration.  _ ���
FiLTcs CotniT.���Stisan, an Indian woman.
was brought up on Tuesday oo a charge of
being drunk and disorderly and breaking
windows in Barkerville. Fined $5. an<l $5
for damages,' or thriee .'days', imprisonmeut.
The prisoner electedJo go to jail. Ah Yung.
a Cainaman, was aftftbrought *up on a charge
of procuring for and givkg wbifckej:to1au^&-
dian named Jimmy. The oSfenii^}#emg
"proved, the accused was'fined $o0.%fi|u';fle.r:
fault of-payment to suffer tbrea moaftir 1m-
^nBomaeut.. .���*'-���
Repairs jnthk Canyon.���A few days ago
aa-ox* toaia. while passing throagb lhe canyon
cut away a part of the crib work from under
which some supports appear to have gire.1
w^y. The ro��(! has since been repaired-n'odd ���
the s^periRtepdence of Mr % 8��etioa, m& te.
i TaK BuLKWJCAO.-rilueb-hftsi. beeh said anil
written on the subject of building a biilkU^aJ
to protect the town of Barkerville from .t'w? ���
Inundations jf: tbe creek.   It is almost needless for us to state what our sentiments on that
subject are.   They have -been., expressed in.
various ways before.   We have always held
the opinion that it was the duty of the Gov-
ornaient to protect tho part.of the wagoa road.
passing through Barkerville ia common witfe
the -rest Of th* gre*Phfg?iway of the Province.
It is not now, however, burpurpose to dilate
upon that poiati-tor tlie simple reason that if.
we cannot get a whole loaf we had bitter b>
content with half of one.   Now, for reason.*,
which we believe are altogether fijianciaV
ones, the Government does not appear at t*o*i:;
present time to be in a position to fully comply with our requirements in this regard, but
at the same time will do all ia its power  to
assist us.' "In other words, if sw.fllci��nt money
Is subscribed hero to defray a certain psrt i*f
the-espouse, the Govorument will in ail prob*
ability supply the balance.   For the purpos*
of ascertsinrng what amount of money could
be raised here, a -subscriptiofl list was jester*
day set in operation, and so far as. we hnv*)
heard ft fair slim is likely to be realized*
Under tbe circumstances, it would seem to us
that our beat plan is to subscribe as much as
we fairly can. for if we dp not the bulkhead
will not be built, and the creek wiil "be"*' lofd|;
of all it surveys'' next yesr, if. not this aurumu.i
Every one knows what tlie effects bf a; fresboii
are here, and its aggravating.hatore as a public nuisance. -Let us, therefore, do the-"best
we can to help ourselves,' and the tiovero*.
meat w!H probably do the rest.   The money
subscribed need not bo paid except ,ou .tbo;';;
understanding that a satisfactory buIkheai;
will be built.   Mr Spence, the Rgad Superin.
tehdentis now here, and we feel satisfied that ���
we are stating no more than: the truth wbea
we say thatboth be i.nd the resident Commissioner. Mr Bail, will do all that possibly liefi
in their power to assist us and preveat the
destruction of property in this pluce.
[Sin ce the abb re ar t f c le was put in l y p e,
we are informed $300 has been subscribed,";
One handred dollars more is required en our.
part.   Can this not be��� obtained ?   The balk*
head will ailogeiher cost about $900,i:; : -
Dbamatto ENTEBTAisaBST.r-As will be seen
by advertisement iq"another column the Awa-
'teiiv: Draaatlc Association pu rpose. giyi n j?i ono '
ofx their very .best aod most'nUrkgtiye enter-:
tain meats on Saturday next; If we say thai
the entertoinmeiitia for the benefit of Fiorenc*
���.Wilson, we'arc sure that;we say enough "to .
draw'a full and crowded house. Flbreace
Wilson has for years been, we may say, tf*s
soul of tho Dramatic Association, for without
the benefit of her assistance in tbo --rental*
part* it would, we believe, have almost beett
impossible to keep the corps together. Th*
performance will consist ol* two capita! farces
���" Done Brown" and ���" Betsy Baker." ilrs
Kelly and Gotnar J^ohns, both of whom aire
so well known for their proficiency in tb*
musical art, will favor tbe audience witb songs*
Harry Calder will also give one of bis very
beat dances. We feel satisfied that lhe ess*!
is sufficiently strong to induce all who are
fond of good acting, pinging and dancing to
attend. Come .'.ope, come all, and .give
Florence Wilson the benefit she so well de-
serves, ���
FiftB EHTGAas Mektixq.���At a mpetiag.of
the William Creek1 Fire Brigade, hold ia*l
night at the Theatre Ilbyai, the following oi>"
eers were elected for the ensuing year:
Captsia���Joseph Denny.
l��?t Lieutenant���George Byrnes.
2d Lieutenant���Charles'Yailiaacour.
. Secretary���W. McOoll.
Treasurer-3. II. Todd?J.P.
1st Kraachman���D. Kurtz.
2d Bi-anchmaa���J. Bib by.
Steward���W. Murray.
Fire Wardens���John Bowron, Jo&, Mason,
F. Fick.
Finance Committee���N. GraDtaum, Jwnss-
VTickhatn, A. Hotfmeo.
er & -Co*^;
Having purchased the House and Stock of -X
iijwniiefmer Bros.
Together with
.*'-'.; (.tJI  Wrnmm*  LEGAL NOTICES,. &c.< ��������� ������������������  JN THE SUPREME COURT* OF BRITISH  ���������;-  jXX- : ���������COLUMBIA.;'/"' 'fo't "}���������  ���������  In tbo niatter itCq^Cm^f^^&K^il  HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, &a.  MISCELLANEOUS.  ' v������ A   ': -X l i^ISCELLA^Ebiijs;������ [) j.  rynmprewery  '���������"Estate are required to Bcndtihcro^ln to. me on or "be-  'WetHeFI^TDAYOFKOyfiilBERinext.!, -."'..'  ' '���������' "��������� ������������������'���������������������������!������������������.;��������� f-r-,.-<'.J"."'C.- E. POOLEY, *;   '  .   '���������.<:���������;>   ���������:"������������������ '���������'Official.Adhjin'stratdr: -  ,   - Rich field, 6cpt. -9, 1872.; ^������������������������������������������������������������������������.���������v..:;;.,,   sc!l4:  IN THE SUPREME. COURT OP BRITISH  -. '���������-'.'���������- COLUMBIA.!,    - ���������''  ."In ihe matter of Nicholas Bailey, deceased,  ���������'. " '���������". ' i : .   (.'' intestate! ; ' . '   ttX t.  ^Lt/'PERfepNS INDEBTED. TO THE ABOVE ES-  . Jriv- ��������� tato safe requ ired 16 pay*; hiicli dobts. i mrped i-  sajtely; hud 'all' persons who have claims against Nuch  ���������"���������"Sstataara required to wend them in to moon or befuro  i'cilw FIRST DAY OF NOVEMBER next, ���������������������������'���������';     ,  ','/      ' ,i  "    ;*,'.     ..    '.  C. 13.POOLEY,     -.  ���������   '���������-;.;;.���������������������������:.   ��������� '.*:-:.:.���������    *;.. Official Administrator.   .  Richfield, Sept; 0,1872.     '. ':       ���������. ��������� '-..     '  '  ;;: Bankruptcy Notice.  WHEREAS A PETITION FOR AkjUDL  . cation of Bankruptcy, boarihir date tho 2d of  rSeptember.,' 1872,-' bath been duly filed against  "HKNKY-STEEL, of-Soda Creek, iri:thc Province of  British Columbia, Trader, and be "having- been de-  -tfl/ircd.a Bankrupt, Js" hereby,required, to", surrender  himself to the Honorable Matthew "Baillic  B^blc",'  iCluet-Justico'of.OuisSupreme-Court!sitting in B;iuk-:  ���������^uplcy, on the^lStb.day of September.next,.nt QUK3-  KELMOUTH.iat 11 o'clock in tho forenoon precisely,  ahd'on Weah'esdayVi the 16th .October next, at. the  ~Co*urfc'House, Victoria; at 11 o'clock in the' forenoon,  f)recisely, and make a full discovery arid' disclosureof  lis estate aud cGects- when iend, where tho creditors  are io.come Ao 'prove their.-debts*.! and. at.:tho. first  eittin^;t^ichotWe>Vst:ignces;'and at the last.sittlng the  :t������aid'Bankrupt is required to finish his exam;natiori.-  f.All;.ipersons.indebted to tbc.'said Bankrupt,'or that'  hjVyc auy of his efll������ct3,-;arb not to pity or deliver, the  v-ganle but ,io/,Chas.>E; Pooley, the Official Assjguec,  .whom the'Court has appointed.'   "         ->-XX .rV,.:,;���������:.  XXff ���������>���������-' . OKAS.'E.'POOLEY,   ,'   "  :'������������������ ���������   ���������   "���������...-'"   '.������������������;���������.''-' ��������� '���������   XXX...''���������.'; ���������' Ofdcial Assignee;���������'  , "Dated Quesncl, 2d,September,. 1872.:   ;...  se7 1m,  riages f Act, 1872^  :!:.":.I-Vv������������������ iI.\'n6:$'..������$M������' '���������.."���������'���������������������������  PUBLIC ���������.NOTICE! is hereby- given,.- that from and  ', after Itie 1st.'day of September.' next, all Births,  Deaths rtnd Marriages wlthtii the Province of .British  ���������Columbia are to be Registered under the provisions of  - V The Registration of Births, Deaths and,iiarri������ges  Act.lSTS,". at the .Ofllco of tbe District Registrar of  the District wherbin tho. same respectively shall take  tpl'ice,'an'i within the times'following;' that is to Buy:  , Bit tTHS^-Wltliin 60 days" from" the da te thereof."  ���������1 >EATHi3���������Wi th i n SO da ys aft er :i n terinen t,:;  , H (IRUIAGEB���������,Withiu 90 days.from ihe "date thereof.  Every Householder, Head of a Family. Clergyman,  Thy t-icianjor other! person or persons, requ ired by t he  fcild Act"ioireport Births, Deathsiand "Marriages, who  refuses,;or wilfully neglects to do so, irjtulu the times  pefore nanictl,wilt be liable to a penalty for each uud  every,.pflencp of not less than. Five."Dollars or more  than Twenty Dollars, to be recovereci .with costs before any Justice of tho Peace having jurisdiction within  the locality where any such oiienco is committed  .against the said Act..^ ��������� '���������..  ���������':... {.' . By. command,  '     ** .        H. B. W. AIKMAN,  r." .������������������'������������������'   : .'*."��������� Registrar General.  I^nd "Registry Office,       \  . Aug. -31,1872., '��������� .      i sel4  Vaillaiicotir j La very St Co,,  [SUCCESSORS TO, N. CUNIO,]  Beg to inform their friends and the:pub lirthnt the*  h'avo'taken the well known.premises, iu Barkervill,  so Jong .favorably patronised while in the occupation  of'Mr N. Canto,'-  The Celebrated XXX Ale  win be'mnnttfaciured]and.:8btdjby Wholesale and^ltc^  tail injts purity,and  The best Liquors &; Qigars  constantly kept on hand.  The Lodging Department  will, bo always carefully [attended to, and-the best  Beds and accommodation provided for their customers. ;���������."���������:���������'.,'..' .'.....  ���������.;..-;���������  dele  ���������������:ahwinkle Storei  G   CREEK  and complete assort-  eyerytbing  .requires,  and^ oifers' to Miners  and. Traders., tlie ad>  vantages of'a- splen^  did. 'selected. assort  'RESTAURANT  THIS OTD AKD WELL-KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT  .is always supplied with the best of everything  that can be procured in Cariboo. -V.  Board, - : $14 per. Weekl  j'Meals   - - - ���������-���������  9  lich: cannot  surpassea in  ity or price.  -: J^ After tho. 1st of .Tu1y,/Goof1s will bo  delivered according to> order *on; all. outside  Creeks.  ;.T.- W. LINDHARD.'  Varv Winkle. June 5. 1872:     "' :-    "  r  argams: isa'rgains  :   Tho FLORENCE is the best Sewing-  Wachfno for Family use, bectuc������ it*  ���������p seldom g*t$ out of order, a. If there  is ������ne not working wnli \ti   '    ������  CALIFORNIA,   .  /.OREGON, ���������      .Ixx  . Washington territory^ k  NEVADA, xi-ty  .  IDAHO;- > ��������� >:*���������':���������,: :������������������ '*;-���������:  ALASKA, - : ���������  '    BRITISH COLUMBIA,  '.-.': .MEXICO,.'   ;,...^ . ,\',v(.  ;-y JAPANr ��������� '. -v.- ������������������!  Or: CHINA, If informed of It, I will  *!.* It without any expense to the;  .owner..... ,.;���������'.,  ; SAMUEL HILL, Agent,     .  No. 19 Montgomery Street, South,  fiRAND HOTEL BUILDIH9,  jSan J^rancisco,, pki.;  GLEABING.- OUT. -ST0CI  ~J "���������-  'To makeVrboin for Spring "Gbod3,  rr  mimmmi from tee bes t fiode  ....   {Tbe Celebrated .  .  FRESH   GROUND    COFFEE,  A superior nrr.iclo to any wbicb can bo bad from be-  low, iioastcd and Ground on the premises I'rom the  beat selected btiriies, aud warranted free from aduf  oration.- '';..���������; ,  jcl7 ...     * J. G. GOODSON  The undersigned begs' to Inform tbe Miners  of Cariboo that be is  SELLING- AT  COST!  The following ela!������9 of Goods, especially ec  . lected lor Miners :    ���������  'Restaurant'& Saloon  rsliirts, ^  Drawers.  ocks  Send for Circulars and samples of  (the work. Active Agents wanted in  everyplace.  The   BAR        furnished  UQUORS and-CIG AHS.  Board,  House of Assembly, 2d Augnst, 1872.  "Extract from Rules relative to Private Bills,  50, All applications for Private Bills, properly tbe  subject of legislation-by tho Legislative Assembly of  British Columbia, witbiti tbe purview of " The British  -"Mjrth America Act. 1807," whether for the erection of  a Bridge, tho umkinir.of a Railroad, Turnpike Road,-or  Telegraph Line, tbo cehstruciion or improvement of a  Hurbur.-Caual, Lock, Dam or.Slidc,orotherIIIcq work;  1 "iogranting'of a right of Ferry ��������� the Incorporation of  any particular trade or calling, or of any Joint*Stock  Company ;;!.or ofl) er wise i or grahti ng to a ny lad i vid ual  or individuals any exclusive or peculiar rights,or priv-  ilegcs^w>bA*eYcrv> or for doing any,"matter or th i ng  \yh i cli' m i U? opera ti on would affect the rigli t or prop-  rfty of other parties^ or relato to any partfeular class  ��������� of tbe "community; or for. making any amendment of a  'like nature to auy former Act, shall require a Notice,  ���������clearly and distinctly specifying tbe nature and object  '^'Hhe'applic'atibH, tpJbe published as followsj viz.:  |$"A Notice inserted .in the British Columbia Gazette,,  and in. one.newspaper published in^tbe district af.  fected^or if there be no newspaper published therein,  Mim in a! newspaper.in the next nearest district in  ���������which a newspaperds published. t [  . ��������������� iS'ncli noVice "shall b'c con iinaed, In eachicase for  a period of at least six weeks, during the interval of  .time between, the close of the next preceding Sessipu  and the. consideration of tho petition. /X'XXi'^ >    i  61. Before any Petition graying for leav* to bring  in a Private Bill for the erection of'a Toll Bridgo.is  ���������^rescntod to the House!/ the person or. persons^ in tending topetition for such Bill shall, upon giving the notice prescribed in the-preceding Rule, also at the samo  time, and in the s^rac manner, give notice of the rates  Tvhicb they intend to ask, the extent of the privilege,  theheiirht of the arcbes, the jritervarf!betvV6eu the  ���������abntmentR or piers for the passage of rafts or vessels,!  -Ehd-jnentionitig also whether.they jntepd to erect a  ^WbrWgij or;no^ and tbo'dimenSioli^bf/tho same.  "' " CHARLES GOOD,  fl^ll^a     ���������   . <?������kofv.^:^M^tt>eAs9cmbljrvf wiln^^attetl-ied'to.  . EG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THhY HAVE REMOVED  J   to tho spacious premises formerly known an tie  St.   George Saloon, where tbey will be at all times  prepared to furnish  BOARD    AND    MEALS  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY.  ami Cj  Shirts,  Coats, Vests, Pants;  And a Very Fine class of  PSEYEIFM BEIPH THAI CIJB*������|  HAVE been requesied'by severalre$p(''c't'<biep?r*  ties, whocah testify to tho elflcacy oi my wy^Vai,  to again make public the fact that'  *; Moses! Hair Invigcx at or  WILL PUEVENT BALDNESS,  KE^TOHK HAIR THAT I^J BECOM1XO THIX  0 It FA I. LI NO OFF, fin������i ell ee t u ������������������ I i v  ' OU11E SCUKK Oil DANDKUFK .  This is not a mere assertion en my p������r(, as I hare  in my possession lAimerdus testimonials cerlily ing to  the success of my remedy...-  I do not of course protend thai I can make; the liair  crow on heads which have been bnld for yynrz ; but  I will guarantee to -stop the hair from, fa II iiu: on, to  increase its growth, and ollectu ally re move Scuff or  UahdruO*. W. P. MOS1-JS,  Uarkerville,U.C..  ..CERTJF1CATB.  This is to certify that during last spring my hair  was rapidly falling out and my head was last bocoui*  ing bald, when I applied to Mr W. O MOSES, Hnraer,  Barkerville. who iu a tew weeks restored mv bairj'-'  iis former healthy stato   ��������� DAVID GIBBONS'  Uarlcerv.ille JK-c.29.186G.#.   .     ..;...       ������>$ y  with the finest WINES  LEA & PERKINS'  Celebrated  IDS,"  .$14-.per  e!7 Om*  WeeB  THE ; mSTDERSIG-NED   BEING-   ABOUT  to close business,  requests tbatall parses indebted to him by Notes or Book Accounts will niaka :-  :;XXIMMEDIATE payment!!/ -  of the same. ������������������'-.. '---:;*:���������"*  ��������� : * *   T. MANETTA.  !  Birkcrvillc, August 17,1872.   , : au!7  .WORCESTERSHIRE    SAUCE  Declared by Connoisseursto ho  THE   ONLY   GOOD  SAUCE.  ,-���������,, ....-���������, ..,���������;     A fine selection.; of  Ladies' BOOTS & SHOES  JOHN EVANS,  A fine assortmenfc of  Grenriine Meersoliaiim and  ; Briar-root Pipes. ,:;  Caution against Fraud;-rTbc successor this  lOSfc delicious and*   uirrivailed Oh<limcnt lie  li  SURVEYS AND PLANS EXECUTED '  ���������-'  "'!:;���������'��������� Oa reasotiaUe terbis^' i  ���������#0* brders Jeffe atjlr KQ\iy% Barkerville  '*������������������ "$@?Call:-ijaijd.-examiner' prices^pjfi The  Goods will be sold VERY CHEAP for Cash,  ,. *  most- delicious and* lintivailed Ondimcnt baying  caused certain dealers to apply th e nani e of' -Worcestershire Sauce" to/Uieir own inferior compounds, lb*  public is. hereby informed tha tthv only w������y to procure tbd genuine, is; to !>   ; .  ASK  FOB(: IiEA;*;ic'" P^B-RiNS'-SAUCXE  itn d t o so d th a t tb e jnia me s a t o upon the wbappkb  I,ABKI*a, 8 TOPPER'arid' KOTTr.E.' ' ". '     .'  Somo-of theiforefgn inarkets having been supplied  wi th a spu ri ous "W.orceetersh 1 roSanco,upoh' the wrap*  per an d 1 e. b,els of wh i ch tho n am es of Lea an d Perrins  have been., forced, Ij.. and i\ give notice th������t������tbey  have furnished' their correspondents with power o  ttorney to take instant proceedings against srANt**  act v rkbs a ri d vem������ or s o i' s uc 1),-.,or a n y oth er inritj*  tie us b y wh I c h t h e i rr i gh t in ay be in fn nj^ed. .     ������������������  Aslc foB ILEA & PERRINSl' Sauce, and see  "Name .on..,Wrapper,^���������Xia^Jv.^'bttie, an������  ���������j&l������?PA\������ wi,oIesale. an d for eXpo>t by t li 6'Prflprletors; Wo^  Barkmille, Maj 17.  wy M  ccs ter; Crosse and Black well,London j &c,,jko.������  i>y <3r oa area nd Oil mtm aaiVeTBiHilj?.'  ml  mm-


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