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 i-   ,  ife  I;  ������/;  :-?i  1 ���������  Ml/'  *&'  Vol. 11.  ^arke(rville/;W^  ������3  liTllEi^il^p'SE^fflE^  Fublished every Saturday by ^".'.'r^r  ;il 0 B E R T   .H?0 L L 0 \7:A Y. '  ?>%lISCE[iLANE0te.  ..Subscription, ���������.-���������>' *.:-'-... 5 0 Cents per Week.  ������.;' "  'tf  ?  ft:.-.1  .'. Ti'  '���������������������������;> RATES OF'ADVERTTSTNG..,;,;,;; If S. ���������  . For one square (One inch-j, lirstinscr^on;';-;!:^^ /  v--;   *.* ���������;   . ���������}$f:}X,A';'-:- ������������������'!> /one;month'A-'X:'"- ������������������"A-'1-'-  ������far two squares,1 first insertion,'.���������'.���������'���������'-   *   -   -". } 5;;;/  :���������'*'"'    ' :-il^^vJ'^w������j;ap*tuJ''* --������������������-���������- '���������v.rf-'i^'.-'r^'i '���������$';'������������������;  fc.t������*  Agents fdrftiie ^Cariboo .SentiriellV^';--*  Vari Winkle,->l\JZ  Quesnelmouth, XX,  Soda.Creek,; . ^A  Clin ton    '���������'-.' ; ���������"���������";-'.;;  .Yaie;-- -x-xff  NV-w Wostminster,.  Victoria, --���������'."-  !  lioan & Co.,  '"Tlr X^T"*mlharTn'':/  J.X -,'y Barnard Express  ;' A-y -��������� , ���������:Baniay(T"'S;Kxpress  AfX-X i! Barnard's. Express  i --���������;"  -. -.       do     . i:<���������tlu  ; '/-  -.;C- ���������'���������'" '"���������-.-   J^o/Miy^'yjv^  ' .;*!;../-.":��������� ;'���������-' ���������'     - '���������!ol'in. Colleus  **"-.'. ;i'i-,.;���������';.���������- ... .Sun Francisco  *-T;1T* * ������! i is ;i(:A%i&- ;<?$ ;Vi "������J ^S>  ���������paci^  ; ;.- ���������.'.'���������  ��������� ] ���������'i ���������'$ I0' ,M6h t������ rim e vy: r f i-e������* fc'������������������ ,'.i .'-V,.-���������-, \ \ '��������� A  Airp" mi r. sift th or ized' iAi's:enis"irfSan..Frart'jcjsc6>  ,;;;: mit-cARiBoo,^  0.i r*l s. 9 iVc!1 1 'i P*i* P������s.1 s fs a n d J? r'o gram nit e(fcfor  .  ' e B f tl j s5t rrffr rUbea tri eafejs ifi &t fair^ eiiK" ^, ���������,  j$������������l&$ W.V^J?!! h ii eiitii 6ss,a p,d cl JfftatcU .^g^i*  Terms moderate.������������������"���������.'������������������,       ,.-'  ���������11'rNIN.G RECORDS.;  fu.  i JUST {RECEDED  :    -"iV' vs.   ���������..< .....   ''. "��������� ������������������' :-..; ��������� ',,������������������'���������  ���������'    ���������������������������  ���������'....������������������' -. |, ���������.    !���������, :-. * ���������'  * *"'��������� - ,%.���������'* I. *u. ���������? '������������������" -" .,..��������� - / ' ��������� t .������'v!^������ '���������' :  ���������'  ;'������������������������������������'������������������AT' .rsBETOI/E.'s,.  j      . ���������; ,        .;.���������,������������������'������������������      '..'���������.���������       ."'.'*'"       ���������       '   ��������� ' "   ' '���������        '  : ������������������! :    -.        <:���������������������������> -i    /"-.---'.���������   ;���������      y ~: , ���������-���������������������������'    "���������,'������������������������������������;���������.���������������������������>���������  ,iv'-;.; ���������..-.-A large supply Of;.--!:;,  ,LADIES '4iNiD ^EN"mi?MEN7S:-''-^;  -^r., NeV^tfeo-oi'ds"Mill'-^e^riee^ivM every,  hveek; d tin ng' t h e. season. ':i$gs&  0ioihm^   bzkL G-roceriesV  : Forsatt? in.11lic-Storgiiiof.:.t.lvp undersisafe<l\it'!Barker  f vilie .oppiiis j iii tlio Ban lc of Bri tish Columbia /,. ���������  I "������������������ ���������.-." *<Xy : ������������������*������������������< .'f-:..r:-:': ��������� ' ���������' ' "AV-.   Rl5JNKIJ2.:  xfx: EXPRESSES; STEAMERS,: &c.  !������.'������������������  ;B:pin;RiII jE;ETia.Et  M^iE: ^BE^/BEST ;TIME :!=A^;: v; r"/v7..;.' ��������� -; IK  ���������S:;;'i^;;USE^|l&'B  IIAV^HEiMOSTG  " -.CARRY:THE MOST/PA������feENGBjEl&;i. ,.  : And.guaraatee, .tp^ co rinect with - jthe .Steamers  "' ^ ,. ,t   f&t each-tjyd.- ��������� ,������; . i, .^^/. ,.  ;" i,','! ��������� Leave i 13 ark* e rv i j f e on -Mi.o"n.d a y..;_..������v;; ���������,  i;;^--/-��������� ^ut-SJx'a^M/, reach--Yale^TUiii^<lay ';>������������������*;"���������. ;  !���������!, x-4 at.i'������ix: -i^ni^^and'.arri^elit.'Vic-��������� ,?. ��������� i  :   .; ��������� viibria 6iu Satdrdiayi at SouiviKin.,   =  m&B.^AJFS; AMmikDl-QW.  Cn.*.'  OSBI  ���������JelV  ;as usual"  ,' Kv'i,  .-CUfsnOLM' CREBK.  FI fi?������i f:k Co ~ Sep t 2 (^R eeo rd ed i n 'fayor  <i'f I) .Si Bro \t? h. Ro d k; ;Mc Lean / N. "Ai c A r ttfit r,  "W* 44; G i 11 is. **Bi >1f������ tn n j t Oa d tn a n, Ii va n P h I Hip s,  ���������11 > h 11 K v m i������., A)' tl) u r .if ol i n st o n ���������, AI ex. Mc Len-  i?i ii n;'W j ii. "LI eV<d 1 vti; IV M a i ietta. 1:1 c"rfr&k  ������ ��������� .   -   v ........ ��������� .  claims, cniamericln.sr at 1 ower 1 itie. of Bruice  co., running down stream.   ,. ''������������������������������������"./:'������������������  -   ' . ..ii-AUVEY CKKKKii     ' "-.">  .:>.';i^ RE-MEMBER THIS'������������������!.: ^^  /^TrayellWi's^hy^^e;'^  FROTT^JYE^i  by::������������������not'iioit'^Wng;"it's-'oEhefiliaes.dd.-oii this  rb;a������;;^^^^ Ai :"; . r^^?^>^*.s^'w&/:  .!(';jel:7;,;-/r: Vi  ^/^v^^^F: if/":BARNARiP.;-;.  rpHIS OTA) 'AND WKi;i/:KKOWST ,E������TABLISKMKNTT  1 fs li 1 wayB.* ^upp]ic/i with Uio ocs=i of. 'everything  tJuit can lib prucun'rd iii Caribuo.  Board" - -i 112 per Week.-  7 .';.| Ju '; ."������������������'���������  Minnehaha   -cn.-Sojit.  ^B-Rpcovdo.l' W   gmgle" 'MeftlS," -' r   - '-'-.::������������������$!!.'���������  ���������gifjr u$^$������y'El b arketo^'e;kp.:ry,wPk,  :'?*V-; ���������:- co mice tin* '������������������'��������� with -tlie ,;'6team*er9  at ���������QUu.sne.l--  ratai th" :i nd j ������k'^ vy th H. M.-' MAIL, -$2-VR E&3. ami:  PaSscngi.'i'S".: ".''" Vi i ���������/ "''��������� :���������'....:���������.  EOR TALE; & liSfTEgyEEIATE' PLAGES,  Express :ancl'iStagj&;': I  '''"UlfSaEtLANEdiUS:  ; ( :,   t.. ,; YICTORIA,; .B.C.,     ,:  MANUFAOTUUE STEAM ENGIN-ES AND BOILERS" >  ���������;  o i thor;H igh; or Low; Pressure,;/; "   -::-   \W * , ,\. '  iifciiHt������rt&'M  G rist. Qua rt z and Sii\y Mi lis, ait d  in .fact n oytliifrg*  iconnW'cod  Vi'itli  tlie ���������- Mac!lifto " b'usij'iess. ''���������' Iron',aiid  B rass Casting^ of.; all d oscri p t j on s..;',-; pUi/han il an d J'ohi  'with Iron and. Steel A-xles,.Steam pipe. outings, &e",-::?*1 ���������  I. All ohlt;rs pronip.tiy: .attended^t^..cTenns:Ca'slj^at  our;Worksjii.yictoria.....!\.; ���������;���������/;^-*v'!' /.; A:       X"*   :  myiajjta   ,. /  gPIUTT^;IRvI2?G, Proprietors;^  ��������������������������� ���������'',. ���������*-iii������^'.  ..." '-'A*'&-  : Racine ��������������������������� "leieffM  9^,;!i!>.;,U;;.c#u^^  Store; SiJwt.itie^ween  ���������.v.: .:'���������> ;-.��������� :YIGTORIAi.'B.O,,-i-,^-;\:-v?v;^  ���������Axfifi'-ivy'' As&i&i; ~'x'  '.;v-V:-   TROPRIETOR.  Rooms ibr Fanf 1 lies.-  '���������- i-Bbftf*; an d^LodginSvPCr^wee-k; *;$5.150 -an$/$<>; 50|  Per day,f &1V,.Sin������le;.ineal^. S7& oeuts. Beds^. 50c?  ' JtJ^������- Fire proof Sale in.'the House; - " " iny6Mm*"  Eftr^L'tJIV!BER-!r:  ^������������������s?.  "i VtlSSkR.' MEACHA M & NTASO"N" a ro propn red-'"' 1^  iW t'urnis11 Luin'ilior a t���������:their; Mii 1S,: \ViIliam Ci*e"e"^  or.deliverit lo.order.   5 ... xx-'^r.  '^.Xi  \f.nd<nyof iX^an. JKefeFtoH, IX ;MicN:t������.gl'Jt������R,A������Wl������  Tl! u I'lei y.. Don a! d Ra nk in.. iW i 1 iia in. Allau, -each  cme interest. Re-record., : ,.  J' uKi) <;ui.cir;'/  30th S*\pt.���������:E>,corded fti fayor of _John  Co rr y, o n e h i 11 cl a i m o h.. ri <r hi Uiui lc,' i cA h r-  .Wfnelfipr i't upper line of -Rocking: Rill e'reej*  claiui, runniug .u p streain/.   . ���������.:.���������.';    "\;..   .  .!.".; .,..._s. /, ,wAfjcKR**s/Gui.oH. /.'// /; ...;;: J  A h Fa t co. (Wa j er)���������Sep t. 2fl ���������Recorded  I n favor o f A11 i 0 lin, 2 5 i n ch es water, to h e  I) ro j i gh t  to Ab Fafe (1 a te' W i 1 so n)c��������� I ui ra".   R e-  record.'     ';   ., '.',.!��������� ../...!   MINK GULCH.  Perseverance   co.���������Oct.   2���������Recorded   in  faror of Elias T. Jones,-one infarest.   Re-  frecord.- ; . :..  -:'. -  I.O^VJIKIO  CKK5C15.  Calaveras co.���������Sept. 2(i~-Recordftd in favor  .pf F. _ La Hum;, two interests .; and 28th Sept.,  in lUyorot W. Powell; one -iii teres t. Re-record.  .     JACK OF���������CLUllSfOU-lCICK.  Victoria co.���������Sept, 27���������Recorded in favor  ������of Alex. McKenzie, \\r. 13ninsl<it!. 2 interests.  . ah andoncd by 14, Smi tli and W. Clark.  ." -.   ��������� (!ROUS 10 GumK.-.  Albion co.���������Sept. 27���������Recorded in favor  of Jo/lin Triplett, John G:. Baste do,two hill  claims on west side, commencing about 50  f'ct't below Short Rend flume ; Fred. Littler,  S. P. Parker, two creek claims, commencing;  at lower! line of Canadian cov.running down  Rtream.  BEAU BIVEU. *  : i'S e p ti 2 8 ������������������Reco rd ed i n fay or o f All. Ilin q: ,  ���������one bench claim, about a mile above Ah  'Th\fin's claiml oii' oj>posite side.  BR������JMMF||1. TMS. BEST EWp  The Coiebr.aeli  FRESH   GROUND   "COFF E,  A supi'rior orticle i.h ;aay w11 ioh .c'aii h"e had 1 rnm . bos  low;:Roa-6 l.e'M: n ui[ (��������������� vi)u ������ii oh 111c ���������:praniises.- Jrttp i Lli e  best j*'-looted Denies, autl warranted tree lrotn {ulul-  tcf.ifiohv        '    ;-" ��������� ���������������������������'���������'.-'��������� ��������� ���������'.!.;������������������ ;.'-'���������.  AND  .Greneral" Agency.  4 /JT?"  JA1V1ES   WICKHAM,  apl5lf .Barkerville.  .OARHIES     ... ..,...;   ';-.-.      ���������,  LETTEiRiJ, -TREASURE,. V AT^ABLE^-. -  ...:   /X-yy  \ ,'���������"._. KXFR KStS KKEIGIIT AN D I'ASSKKGEKS  -      AT    RED:UC;iED    RATES-.    -  "JSesH Gullee'tiokw;doranii^fii������iu*'������nd Gektfral Express.  biistaei.������ a������iiB"Vvi,tl: {juuciua-litv soul '.liapaiclji ��������� ������������������ ���������������������������:.     '  ijiir* Oliice'oi tJiio lUiuibun Agency at.,. ,  '-' ; '  ���������"���������'/������������������'      MR D'ATIl) iarlU7/S STQUKi.  ' a|>2!l ��������� ;   -'":   '  ��������������������������� ������������������'��������� ���������:    ��������� - '. ;������������������: 'K^i'Noi'-y./Ilov ���������  A-. ' ^PEBTiDO-LA-,  BARKERVILLE,  ' I STORAGE.  :' Steamer Victoria.;     ���������  N A KD. AFTER 'THE, lSrti. MAV^THE S'l BA.ilJB.1^  Vicloriu. iviir ''t  i ii', '.'. 'i XEAVE S0I)a" CREEK'   ,.  EVER.Y THURSDAY  MORNING,  Coiiiiec ting uex ti d a y \v i t !i "t 1 ie ,S Lua n \ ������r ES TE li P^ilSB  ' at ��������� Cutti-nwood Ca'nyon.  ' WILi; tEATE QUESNiL .  -. ii  ' afn.ilu.' down trip ovw-.y  ���������':��������� TUESDAY    MORMING.  Fivi^la from-Soda Creek to Upper Can yon ....tli ������&���������  , . '���������       lt     Quoad li '*  ���������  l>a ������i������-  Fare from SjxI ti. Crse k to l;j j jier Cauyoju  - .$10  l^trc MH*m.(2.iiCs'nulito *' "      ������������������     ^  Fiitv Ironi tSodu Cniek to Quosuel     5  Ouwsueli May"12, 1871. lny^O  LUMBER DELIVER  i CltEEE' AT; THE SAk:iE. RATES" AS^  !., WI LLI Aa[.':CREEK f \ y x 4" - - ��������� r .fx ^Hm ���������:  .lli] v i r) g i a. 1 ? 1 a ni i) g M ach i o e hi dp erat ion tli'oy, yfilj  aim l uruish l)rcsswd Lumber- u t.. satisl'actory^ra ^es.  ^ANiET  OTEL  P)  ore  L1GHTNING-"CREEI  MINERS AND TRADERS will find it to their ad-  yanuige to -purchase at UiisSLore,\\-Uero tli ere is  A.1IBGB, ASSOETMENT 6F. GOODS  G-roceries, Proyisions and|ortb������r������r7>-������������d^criiitiononiia.id,nnd;tiic mm*  Liquors.   '���������  DEPOT     FOR  .B0:G;ClJ������E:SXTEA,rpn.E.j  my'M  cwstaiitl v rupleuishe i; by ncw arrivals. Th epvopri  tors wi 113 ell Goods  AS CHEAP AS-ANY IN  CARIBOO.  Ordcrpproiuptlyailed ,and fonvardedwHli dispatch  l; J - - ��������� ��������� -^ ������������������*  j. Wv -Lm>iiARD;:  J.  J.   ROBERTSGWt;-; x^x  \yms TQ i AKXOUNCE - THAT HE;HA^OPEKED^  1: EOT li AIS B'OAPffiG 10IFHS ;:;V  at sTANLiii^,; -::"r ��������� Lightning'-cfeE-E^  TIj o Tjib 1 e will. id wii ys be.' sup p li c,ri wi tli' th o b es^  ar ti is 1 e.s tUat <;ud bo go I i li Can boo, aud! t hc liar wUil  Lliy :\.''     '        /       ���������   '    ;.    *  Finest Wines, .;Liqnors..  and .Cigars.  ��������� Stanley (Mouth Imst Ohanco Greek;) \  April '20, 1871. J ..&p22::  Faai ToikenDurgli & Co,  ,e  lers.  Barkerville, Richfi eld  VAN WINKLE.   I  A SUPI'LY OP THE  BEST 0U4UTT OF FBESH  , ��������� *      ��������� *��������� ���������      . *������������������ -������������������'.'  i  ���������1  s  TwamwHTtiMTO  iUJRi������J������_U.lJH.'-i igBg!BHMHi<WUit.tgic������ssw������������  X '&  -1, J ,  Wgt'x  AxA '  I I !  ill1  '&  liil  ixipA  IP  wik x-  . r3$ it "s  HP  xmy  ^jSSjvi  66  il  ;;  e/;gi:i:  ;������?;  VIII? OA T?f TRfi A QT?^rfrt"WITT   already been taken'up-by the Mainland Guar-  I il fVi yA-U������II>.UUQiV YlllVX;M a jHri an(j Victoria Standard and is deserving  of serious consideration.   Traders naturally  '��������� SATURDAY. OCT;-7>; Wlfx  fede^lcresp&nsibiuty;  Under.-'the ternis.of^hipnithe/General Gbv-  iernmeat/pf theBorainioii Of Canada^ have *>  ruined the control of a number of the local  elepirtmehts of BritlahColumbia!; and as a  natural con Beqneri de! the rev en ti ea an d.' e xp en-  4 iturefc of those de p ar tm en ts ar e now pay ab 1 e  r#nd receivable by th e Do minIon,; In ord er to  *ee the relative position* In which the Do-  minion and the Province are now placed! in  , f?*gard, toi.thia important matter, we quote  from;tb9, Order Inv Conncil eanctioaiog.-tlie  ���������''^conditions of Union '-y-ylx  1*1 Canada will: assume ��������� and' defray   the  ;..:' ������������bargeB on the following semces :  7,7 A.: Salary of the Lieutenant Governor,  vB; Salaries and allowances of tbe Judges  -of iltb^Superior Courts and of the County or  ';*". ;X)ij������jtriicippnrts.  ''.'IX&iWjB charges in respect to tbe Depart-  i^ritjifit) ������1 stoma.  .  A$ii&$i������fi Toatal and Telegraphic services.  A:;^E;i^oie������Uon and Encouragement of Fish-  ;:.^ee;i;:;r --7  /.v^E;:"Provision for tbe Militia.  ;.^50;.!Lrij?h tho uses, buoys and beacons-; Ship-  ;Wrec"kei crews; Quaruntiue and Marine'Hos  7'$Ual;7;7^  fe;;ii;:ThePenitenliary,"  i!,.;.���������/������?/!'the above charges the-first, the salary  i .^ftlieiLientenant Governor, presents no difn*  , '-������uity, that oKcer being appointed directly by  ;^h������iFederal Government    When we come to  ;itf������;hezti-charge���������the-expenses of the Judici  ���������;������\Ai*y~ih'������-:qxi������sti6h arises, will  the Dominion  .government retain tbe preseht'Connty Court  'Jtt&g*****!and pay their aa|arieB.at;ipresent.rates,  '77 an d w i 1V those! gen tJem en oo n ti ri ne to: perform  .the duties of theother offices. Which they, now  %6ld under the Provincial Government? Our  bounty Court Judges are now Assistant Gold  ���������Commissionets, Collectors of Revenue and.  ,iiijiiWndWry ^agistratea^bn t /: as! the several  * "fl utiea have hi ther to not - co n fl icted w ith. each  others.we presume that no attempt will be  :������ade for the/presentito sever, the connection.  *Tbere ia ianbtherinteres.txhj������question in con-  Bcction/ with this matter, namely :i Which  government will receive the benefit of the  .'Court, feesl  There is ���������.. nothing'-! said in the  ib<rv������ abstract about their application;.it being merely stipulated that Canada shall; pay  ���������$h������ salariesand! allowances of the Judgea,  ���������Klerks or ^Registrars not; being -/mentioned  "This Is! a Subject pcasessinj? a great deal of  interest a>present to the;inhabitants of the  Province, and 'more especially Cariboo.   For  more than ayear we have protested against  lhe outrageous scale of fees charged in the  County Court, and above:������������������' a 11 against the  manifest inj us lice of charging in one part ol  the colony double what is charged in au-  .���������ntber.   ProteRtations. remonstrances, and reports of Grand Juries have had no effect;  the Incubus stifH/ remains, and it is now/time  loeee h������w it^s^to he n*.moved.   If the- fees  w������re to become a perquisite of the Dominion  Government it'"would be absurd to  imagine  thai they shoutd*con.tinue in .this Province a  syatem at-variance with justice and the usages  tit the other Vrovinces.   It is posfiible, li6w-  ^ver, that *it asiglit require the sanction of  Parliament'-to -effect, a change.   If,  however.  m. we suppose, the fees remain as an appanage  Vi the Province, and the" Judges of the Supreme Court^in xwhom the power of modifica  tin a lies, cefue'a to exercise that powerat will  be a matter demanding the serious attention  of the Legislature. <  The next charge assumed by Canada is ttie  iD'-partmeut ofCuBtom*i. This was taken over  on the da? of Union, since which the receipts  k<*ve gone in to ihe general coffers of theDc  mhiloQ.  -. The nexfchead is;D.���������Postal and Telegraphic  services.   Prom the assumption of the ftm  we have already derived the benefit of greatly  red need-.rates,;-?bnt the service has not yet  been brganizjed on the scale which it probably  w i H b e ho reafter. Tbe.Canadian m on ey o rd er  gjfitem has..n������t been established ; and ao far  as thfe head offioe forCarihooat Barkervillei������  concerned, no  arrangement  has been made  with the acting postmaster, who still appears  tq hold merely a'provincial office as constable."--"As regards the Telegraphic service, the  line which  bad just been completed before  "Union is now, we presume, the absolute property ot the Dominion, and ae such-it should  b** flted more substantially'and  conducted  with more efficiency than has been  the case  lutherlo. Complaints are made by mercantile  aoen   throughout the province about parties  <*ogagf>d in business being employed as oper  ftWaa  s������i eo������e toatJoiM.    Tbie 8������bje������i km  feel disi ncl i ned to alio w anyone who maybe  I nterested i n si m 11 ar pursu 1 ta aa themselyea to  acqrifre-a Knowledge of their private buaineas  transactions, no matter how mucli confidence  tbej'may have in their iperao nail ntegrity.. xx  A.'Thex. Protection. and V fincourageme01. of  Fi?herie8 ia a subject which hitherto has met  lit tie i atten ti o n fr pra the; local ^py ern m ent,  b ii ti t is one o f deep im p o r tan ce i and h n d er  the management of;tbft IJomlnlo^'G^eniinent  ith is u n devel o p ed i so urce / o f weal t b ; inn y yet  rival tb������ same branch of industry, which ban  been pursued' so sue cess ftiil ly and ���������energetically in tbe Eastern-Provinces.  Tlie Provision for Militin is an entirelyinew  .feature,*but one which may, when our Province becomes more thickly settled be.essen  tial to the. main ten ithfeO: or its position; ..The  supervision of Lighthouse*, 'buoys and  beacons will,: we hope, be strictly /attended  to.: .There, are. now in the Province'Only two  lighthouses and one lightship, which have  cost - f o r' m ain ten ari'ce; abon i $ 10,000; annual ly ;  under the new regime, howe.ver; we presume  increased protection will be afforded to our  shipping. There also are, or were, a nnmber  oti:buoys, which cost a good 4eal;of mpneyr  Indicating the channel at,the mouth of the  Fraser; these have, however, Utterly, been  neglected and .allowed!toistaritioniivoyageslof  discovery;i;tlirotigh itbe;gulfi-. Their./i'eplacev  ment! ��������� and!; sitbseqoeht/care wilt therefore be  -embr<.\ced ti nder thii;heiid; o f expenditnre, as  w ii li be the establishment of a niaririe hoapital  at Victoria, i.     "  The Geollogical i; Suryeyi Uaa aIready been  started, and will, it is to be hoped, afford  much,!;Valuable information W' to bur.minerai  resonroes.      ���������������������������:, flAX. 'AjAxf: .._  The Peniteri ti ar y ���������, is the las t-4te pvie������ refer red  to above which .will be provided;fpr;by the  Do minion.iiiWelcannot at preBent; istate exactly for. what classes of crim in his it will be  intended.;i."' :.../, ��������� "-^;';.'-.:;  .  - r:-. ,���������:��������������������������������������������������� ������ ������ ���������r-~^������������������������������������������������������ ;  ���������  ���������BRITISH AND AMERICAN INSTITUTIONS  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  "We observe th at a t th e last Ass tees hel d a t  New Westminster the only business before  the Court was -the naturali&al ion of a number  of :��������� foreigners; .the -greater: portion of: whom  were citizens of /the/United. States intendibg  tpi;become peVmanen������ residents, in tie' pro v-  ince. As an evidence of the estimation in  which i-pnr institutions .are now beginning to  be held among our Yankee tousins we will  mention a case which has just come, before  our notice. A- gehtlemari of ���������the;strprigest  American pr.ejndices anid/proclivities; who  made a considerable stake by mining ia Cariboo, left ibis-country a little oyer a year ago.  determined te aettle for the remainder of his  days down East la hie native State of  .Maine, :under the only Government fit for a  freeman. But what are now his aontiments  on the subject? {Writing to a friend "in, Barkerville, he says, after referring to other,  matters':^ X         .'-.;  a By the way, the; English Government is  the best under the isun, and America 1 be most  corrupt. At one time-America could boast  of a little freedom, but now it is all iu boaat-  i������g o f lb a t w Iii ch;tb ey d o n o i p osaess. Why.  'inly.think of aniolTicer coming and clemand-  i jg to see yo11r watch, warrting t(> know a 11  about your business.���������have yon made any  money ? have you any income! have you got  a horse? a. piano? all of" which yoii>mu4t  answer upon oath, and 'finally going awiy.  taxing you 4 J j^er cent., upon all you are  worth, no matter whether you receive one  cent from the property or not. And, in addition, th������������re are the local taxes. "For instance.  I pay 5116 63 road tax, $7 school Mx, $8 poll  tax : in fact, for every dollar a man makes  the Government gets one half. Tell all my  American friends, if they know when they  are well off. to stay where they are and join  lhe Engliah Government, for that will be ray  move if ever I get a chance;'  :      OF THE LATEST PATTERNS.      \  ' ''**  ���������; " A full.assortment.���������?'!'..'  T I N W A RJE  of food quality, comprising: !  French ^IdJ^Q %>ta and  SsitiGepans, v  Block fin ^papots acWasa  XX.X;X: XJ&pmsS X?''l'''X;''  laaddltion, we hare ��������� y.    ;-.? ��������� .  glotii^|-w^i*Mebs,  ';.';c;it'.L6ity'Fi4*0RE3v -.',;ik ���������  CALL AND SEE.  ;: Belnk woil Ruppliod with Sheet iron fw������i Xoa. 27  tol8rWft are prepiiredto m*ke to order 'both 'Mate  att!^OrDanierJtai8tovf������, at prices to aait tho timta.  !|������^ Miners aud : otb������������ wil 1 0rid it to tbelr adtan*  tage to purchase a good article, -'������a.  :   jf ;B;���������Aaythinj: in the lino mude aaordwod, with  neatuesK and;;dispatch.-v ."���������%���������  '^/.-"������������������'BiSDBRSOft PEARCY;  tic? 3m -xx (Per Jobd Bibb.y.)  rPO JOSEPH RUNXSR.Esq. :: .-  .1 W<j, the und^raigucd, Kloctors of Cariboo pl3-  trio t. h ������v i og c- >n fid������n'ee I a' yo \\ ri ab I li ty, aad i otegr it j',  reqo es t that y ou wi 11 al low y f iu rsel f to b o pi a cj d i u  nominatioa atthe.'.i'orthcoiuing election to serVajjus  ono.of tho Representativoa/T'ram this District in th������  LeginlAtiV������ -ABScaibly; * rid wo bfirt������bypl6iiKo owrnelroa  to use our utmogt .*xertioas to secure yourwtaTa.  "WDavisbn.'!.  Jolin"Bruc������ :';���������  F BlssocQiitte. /  JHTodd   .   .'   .  .3''P.?:tr'CCT.:;  JobuGGnodeoa';'-.  Win M-irtid:  ,.!  WmGAlleiy;;"-<: '-A  Thcniits Livery'/!:  David. Lewis  CflHrl������'8 v*������illancour ~:  T.R.pAttullo ,-.  Goincr Jolina  Tho!3 L Brisgt- X  :JaoM^ou^' ': ��������� y. _.������������������������  J no Chipp  Wm Reuiiis  "W Powell  G N Marsh all  1)'L B.Ulainino    .    A  Hugh Rom   '���������-������������������."  ���������WraJ C McCorralck  J W Cli'u'Wnnin!  Wnl TluiiTjpsna  Siirou-1 Drak*  HStarren.-.  RH Brown'   ..  it'.'orge Spruco  Wm F An.U'rsoa  Wasl*>yJ Hall,  John st6T-.*asba    ���������  Gio A Tuyl^r  JohnNaisffiith  JoliR rjnVo.  Ralph Watson  Pilar Oilier i  Tims Hind  TIiob Parrcy  / Robt Grelff- ������������������;'  / Andrew Ktlly  / RH������llowny ������������������_������������������.. v  ;'J ;8 Thdwiftfon': '������������������.  Th03 KltitchtT    '���������'!!'"���������"  Mm Mlooa&l  ,. "W Hiicijcoclc '���������'  ' !8aTh������'i'l''Griiy"'r:',"'::  JK Nicholsbft;:  Geo By meg-.  ���������.;';-Hy''J������iweU :-XXl yyXy  Aonrrw Wcldoa  TR'Tiynn ���������.���������."���������������������������.  ������������������tf'Z-H������uifc.-*>:"  *H B'Ocyli*^;''1-.. ���������:.'���������....���������-;���������  Thos Hitr-'ing-   ���������'  iSatnes I^esh ..."  "DiOawy.'���������."���������::  ��������� jamen PiiifwaB  John James  Cftorgfl U<felB-  . Jotia HcAiiatftr  Mai go! m McCuulj  A eel j i bald McN/waghtsa  D "tfni).>iiflll ���������  , Kobert Wausoa  .JiimoH Inne*  Wm Smith:  Thos Duxbuyy.. .  "William Owctt  John Hill...  ���������Tho* Alien  "Walter Abx������a<1^r  Joseph Can null' ��������� '.  Ek>n.Ud McDonali   ;  ; Robert ���������B irr  EoabRpi A Albertsoa  James'Am ������'���������  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  REQUISITION.  TO'J.S. THOMPSON-Esq. :"������������������'���������'/ ���������>.���������    ,:.  v.' We, tlie undersifiirie-.I, Electdra. of Cariboo DIs.  irict, having conftdenco In your in'blllty,: would ro;-  qU*at you,to aliow yoursolf to be..nomina/ted not only  !or tbe Domitiion Pnrliamont, for which - .you Hfo  -AiroHdy a candidate, but also for tbo I^ochI Jipgialiv-  ture, pledging onrsielvea should you do ao to use nut:  bwst endeavbra to secure your return to both Houava  W Davison   .  John "Bruce ������������������  Y BimbnneUt  j.HTodd ���������; .  S P Parker  Jobn G Goodsoa  Wm Jlartin  Wm Galley',: .���������.,  Tiwi Lav<-ry    i  Cha������ V������lllancour  T R Pattullo-  Gomer John*  Thoa L Brl^gi .  Joe-Magoa   "  Jco Cblpp'  ,Wm Rcnuie  W Fow ell  GKtfA������h'aU ���������:������������������'���������'���������  D L BallantiM' /,  Hugh Ross   '<  RobtGrcig  TlioaT1-;tcher .,.' /  John McAUster':"''-.  Wm F AadoMoa  Arch McKau^btoa  BMoDf)n-.dl   ...  Wm Dond'v;������������������/:���������'-.;;  Robt Watsoa   ;���������/.  JameBilnnofl'  Thus Duxbury. i  Wra; Smith  WmOwea ' '"."':!���������'-���������'���������  CFWvatt  Bobi'lAcNab:-  W Hitchcock    ,  9am**el Gnjy  Wm Michael  J H Kiubolaoa  Geo Byrnes  Hy Jewell  Andrew WeMoa  THFiynn  J Z Hough r  Thus Har^ini '  RB Devlin;  ".Jitmes Lean.  An.irew Fl-jlch^r  James'Dingwall  John Jamoa  Jos Devlin  ; "WmThoDupaoft  8am Dr.iko \���������  RStarrett   ;  AQt'r.;w K'dly  R Hollow ay  J.vs Amni ���������'���������!  iRobtH Browa  OeorgoSpru*4  :'.WC Pricdv   -'XX  ;:/J(ihn; Stevenaqaii;  Johu-'Kaiaroiiai i  v. Kilp'h Watsoai./  . Peter Oilier   ,  Tbo*! Hind  W Ab'XMifier   !  J ts .Can n ell/- ���������.":.���������'  Kobert Barr   ,  K A AlburUoa   7  .     II E P L Y7 ;  G������xn,s������RN,���������1 bad.not, prior!to the r������e^lpt ofyoai  flattering Beo.uwitton, Jntendod to-oITi-r njygetfaa ������  oandidate f������r the Provincial Kou.ie of Aasembly..������nt"  in doferenca te iho ro<jucst 'of.so many ot tbeUIoctoft  oi Cariboo I place niyaslt' at y<. ur iJispugal and aeb'pt  the nom>nuUi>n. Tbaiiking yon . for tho ���������uufl������i< net  you exprcH-'towards.-aw, wbjcb If elected IsnuU de  ay'beat to rotai n; ���������.,-���������������������������.  I rumain, vour obdt. senfint,  *���������-'���������������������������'������������������:������������������'���������   J. SPENCER TKOMrFOK  iBarke;rvilloi/6tb.Oetbbtr, 1������71; .     ������cT  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  ILL \:% HEI.B AT THE THEATRE KOYAL, BAR-  kervilla, on  SATURDAY, OCTOBER Ii,  At haK-paet T p.m.  'fi33.Th^ Electors ������r Cariboo are respectfully in-  riled to attend. oct?  HT    SCHOOL  n john mtjndf.it, wnx orrcN a ntght  til   School, at the William Creek School Houfe, on  M pda.v Evening, 9tb October, At Seven o'clock.  F'v������ ClaPBfis will bo held weekly.  MF* l������rv������ of Tultic-n ������& r������Jf -^^^ " *" -������ ^  R Bf* L Y .  (Sm^Ksoa'^A have received your 'Reqabltlon  Folieiiiug me to bec������ms a Candida to for the rrpre-  e-.!ntatl<5n of. this District in the Legislative Assembly  oi'our Froriuce,  I hare roach.ulea&ure in .-complying with yonr re.  qu'?8t, and: thfttk. you for the confidence which yon  repose ic'me.  Ife1eetcHaha.il do my bnat fairly to represent  your interegts at the Council Boarl, and to &dvocate  all lib.Til anl pro?regai7������ measures for the welfare  of this District or tbe country at'large.  T have the honor to ba, Gentlemen, your obedient  eervjint,  JOS. HUNTER.  6th October, 1871. oc7  Election".6f SoliodI Board.  $ roMPT.TAVCE witb Section V. of tb������ Common  5chool .Ordinance, 1869, a  PUBLIC     MEETING  of the residents of the William* Crook School District  will bo bd'l at tbo Theatre Royal, 'Barkervillo. on  SATURDAY, 7tb October, at Seven o'clock, p.m., for  the purpose of Electing a School Boar J for, tbe ensuing year.  J. S. THOVPr-Otf;  Chairman of School Bosrd,  September SO, 1871. ae30  Merchant  GOVERNMENT STRErri^ICTpIlIAV.L  AS ON HAND; AND IS CONSTANTLY rccelTinKV a  Jarg������   iissorttueniof. CLOTHS; .CAtftiLMKKKS  and   VKSTXNttS.! w biicli iie is prep������ry d lo iaak* to  ordcrin tbe.most appr^Yod ������tyKfl; 7 i     ���������  j^* Parties on ���������-���������William  <ircek  can   bare tbeir  aioaau res taken by M r >1 cCa 1 lu m , Ba r k cry 111 e ..  AH orders from Cariboo promptly"attended ta.  ~;'". ;      :"::'':''''m''Veiua"'1" v      '"���������  ��������� ���������������������������������������������_���������-���������  Dissolution of Partiiersliip  rpHE COPARTNERSHIP hereto for e'exi at ing between  I J. C. BEEOY anJ /. ,W. UXDHARD has beta  dl'ssnlvod by mutual consent. ', "*"-  The otisinost will be cnrrjt*.l on by J. W, Undb*^,  who will pay all the iiaOilUies of tlie firm and collet  4II ontst^auitig" accounts.  J. C. BEE'DT.  -.���������.'���������-������������������---������������������:,,., ���������.���������j;'-W.':U.KiJHAR!).- -^  Yanwinklo, B.C., Sept. Sd, 1871. . ��������� seQlm..  3 HEREBY CIVKNTHAT THE .COPARTNTRSHT?  heretofore existing under tue name of .BOYD k  HEATH, CoJ;i Spring House, is Uereby dissolved bf  mutual consent.  Jobn Boyd assuming all liabilities of tbe Firm and  collecting ������il debts nnd demands due the Firm, and  wbo will conducv tbe business In iuture in bis owa  name.  JOHN BOYD.  C. H. HEATH,  Cold Spring House,    \  B������pt. 13th, 1871. |  se23 Xa  Dissolution of Partnership  ���������VTOTTCK IvS HEREBY GIVRV  that' the bnain^n  ii    lwrt!tofor<������ carried m at B^rkervHIe by theun  derplpoed, ^s  Builc/ra and Carpenters, baa been dia-  'nolveri by mutual consent,  J rw Bruce will collect all dobts and pay all  liabilities of tbe late firm.  JOHN JWVCK.  .lAMES fi, HAm.  f wfe*rrtB������������ 8ep*������������b������r ^ t������71, ���������-  ��������������������������� so^&tia  FOR   SALE,  The Best Hydraulic "Claim  VfOW WORKING inBrithh Columbia, tbo prop������rty  Li of Sharp, Dm per nnd Emerann ,������1 mated on Caa-  nyngham Creek, and having'a largo <xt.t-nt of bill  mining gTonnd, There are'throe largo Ditches .npoa  tbe ground, affording an ample and nerer-failing cap*  ply of water.  For terms and particulars apply to tbe owners, on  tho CUina, or to  James wicichav,  seSlm 8i*rfeorville,  OUR    ENVELOPES  Properly Stamped, are now reduced lo .  12 1-2 Cents each, or $t0  for 100.  Our Agents at wa? place*-n������e all diligence In aeclnf  that letters are promptly forwarded to points beyoaa  m  XX1-- -  '���������r'y^K'-  iP'riV.V  X-  1  AA  XV  m  X  wm on  fitlCARIBOOSMTTML  XX-  ���������.r.-xV:  "fay  il  mk  SATURDAY. OCT, 7,  1871.  i  -   i  vy  7 PASSENGERS.   v  Bfv;Barnard?f?E"tpress, arrived Sept. 6th.  # ro tri Ta I e���������M i������ D elatexr e and ������ uin t, to Bob-  tnpiSar-;i Mrs W.ni. Daviaon. S.^kNelaon, 3;  Chin amen, to Bark er vi I If*.    Prom - Quesnel-  month--B. OiNeufelder.TD.Spas, 7      7 .    7  1)o wn���������By   Barn ard ?s  Exp lew,   1 eft   1st  October.���������John  Williams.   Henry! Randall,  John MeCabe. Nathan Johnson; Mra Wheeler,  7for Yale.    R. Sylvester, yames /Black, >for  Quesnelmouth.        ' %r.  ���������k By Gerow & Johnson's Express, arrived  30th Sept.���������From Yale to Barkerville���������Mrs  A. VVeldon, Ja.^ Weklon, L. F. Anderson, P.  .   McDonald, T. ipunjitan. 7 7> .;  iQ#w>*--Per Gerow & Johnaonle,Express,  : left 1st Q&i).���������Isaac Hodgson, <fdhn������L*ck, Jas.  < Keliy.-Geo. Coxon, H. Croftou, for Yale; one  rway passenger;': 7;,-,' xXA..l:  MINING INTELtldENCyE. ���������  Awiu.iA)ivwxKsA'AAi!,  !��������� * i; The "Forest Rose co. fast -Weeic washed 160  fOK. \ itfie 7Ballarat -!CO., not vrorkingfiili time,  Si OB7o$be;\ip^er crrVek claims are taking out  rmodcrate7pay: andiointipipiil^ still-  ���������   '��������� - f :-''-y XAUMTmuxTni!. ��������� - ; ' A x-  ;  The Discovery and Vfilley Mountaineom-  panies are Etill piping-and doing well.  Tli e. g rou rid -a J ai p in g cl ai ins? are s til 1 at work  an 'J i: U k i ng\. put pay. IMi'e Ta 1 ism * n ico. a re  making oy^rmigf'f. vTheDady ;6f tbe-take  ',ca-are:sinkiug;a;siiiitl .  .     JACK OF CLOUS CRP!K������:.- '''-  ��������� Tbe Fir������t Chance:cb. h*''r*nR *u J"1 k ft fl^ *How  7b 1 i������d;'������haft haye ,#iven up prbsp������ctinjr for tbe  .<\eep channe 11 hia a euso n, a nd; i u tend work i ng.  ���������on* the high rock where they got I heir pay  ; lVf*fo re. T h*' T wo Sis tern go;- a re; sti H ������i ri f ti ng  ���������'���������������������������: tiC n ������s the e h a ri ne 1, and. w iii -p robab ly co ia  V.mence to-si-afc; nejtt iweefo: -". i  .XT&nrsiyya''.mr,ks. !:;'7  'The So n '��������� h W a 1 es c o 1 as t w eek d id.n p ti wo rk  ���������'fa I l;1UR$ having. to. fl t ai r p ip es ;! t b ey iw as he d  S3) ox.   T I) ,i s wee, k. tb ������������������ y * re on fi rat; rate, pay  jftiid. will LpWrtittps g������ti'I00Q oz. * The Victoria  x: X... continue dii���������tin^ forv the channel; 7Tbe  ? ji'i'^h tti fh'if co. h a yell 'ft ee n job 1 i ged to aiu s pen d  *.f������> r the preaeu.t on accou-n t of wat^sr;' they h.aci  rg '<i foiaa good pay alongside., the worked  grouuU; ��������� . ���������;'.. ;.;���������     " '''7 .-��������� "'   ��������� ;.'v7" " :.*'!!'  .   EFFKCTsifty iiiOH/FaEiGHTd���������The unusually  -tiigb ��������� freigbKi- (atterly charged by t-eamsters  b������ve hud   t'he effect of causing a serious advance  in all   descriptions'of merchandize.  'Vcniiaing ������n^ incressa of $2 per week in the  price of  board. ��������� Flour is very scai\cc,.and  selling at $17 per 100 lbs.   Supplies from the  new crop should now be arriving,  but with  -.present rates idf freight there is little prospect  .;-of.-'iSiy rfdnction as lhe season is gettlnar so  .late.  Vegetables also are scarce, tbe supplies  brought��������� trom Quesnelmouth being p'.irchased  .almost as fast as received.  f   Sta.tk of TKK Roads��������� The almost incessant  rain which we have had for the last month baa  ���������put the road between Quesnelmouth and Wil-  Ji-tm creek in very  bad order, some .places  ������1, along Lightning creek  being washed away  -���������vby the floods.   A few men should be kept at  work constantly on this road." aa there  is  . ,������1 way & something' usef u 1 I e r the m to d o, an d *  'slight damages when neglected for sbine time  often cause serious injury, costi?ig eventually  .much more in  the. aggregate than-would be  the case if attended to at once.  Appointment.���������Mr Robert Ker, late Auditor-General of the colony of British Columbia,  has been appointed Paymaster General of the  ���������Dominion for this Province. Mr Ker bears  the reputation of being a very reliable and  efficient officer, and his appointment to this  sHuaiion -will obviate the necessity of the  ��������� Canadian Government providing.him with a  pension.  Prate BRTGAnc���������-At lhe annual election held  '6th October the following officers were  elected.:���������Wm. Davison, Captain; Joseph  Dennie, 1st Lieutenant; George. Byrnes, 2d  Lieutenant; Q-. ft. Marshall, {secretary ; N.  GrunbHum, Treasurer.; Thos. Harding, 1st  Brnnchman ; John ;8owron, 2d Branch man ;  K. Cunio, J. II. Todd, J. Bibby, Firewardens  0Br Ratuioad   Boot   and   Show   Stork  (nearly   opposite   the   Government   Assay  Office,   Barkerville).���������This   store   has  been  opened  by Air C. A. Noltemeier, and greai  '-bargains in the best qualities and latest styles  . oi boots and shoes are to be had. *  Encouraging���������The First Chance <oo. on  Jack of Clubs creek yesterday found a J oz.  tguggflt, in addition to 5 or 6 oz. fine gold.  Bahna-rp's Expruss arrived at-lIo*<  .7 COUNTY COURT.  before H.M. Ball,.Esq!, Gold. Co.jnnxls8loBer and  ���������:: Couiity Court Judge!)' ���������  ."-  SATUitnAY. Sep t. 30. ,1871.  7l:A.VMcWha7 rs'. %f GutternfiZr-Suit for  .damages. $400; for breach of eon tract;  v 'Plamtii? iestifie^- that on 5th July he made  a; co n trfl[.c t wil h d ef en da n t to; p ac k a b ou t "^0 Gfi  1 b.s.; flbiir" from Savaua's' Ferry to Wil liairi  Creek at 6;cents-per lb.ybufc could' not say  whether the contract waB signed by defendant or! not * thought that Mr Skiuner, of the  Hudson iRay.Co., had drawn ii out. but it  co ii j d .n ot now be fon nd j. gave d e f e i\ d an ran  order to receive the freight/ which he accepted ; the order was returned in a few days  after through the H.^B. Co.; defendant did not  bring the goods, and freight' haying since  go ne j up great I y he! ci>nsid erie d ��������� he. was d a m-  aged to the amount of $800, although he only  claimed half that sum ;*Mr Skinner could not  recollect if he had written the contract; the  transaction was explained i!jo -Uefen^ant  th rough an in terp reter; it was a positive  agreement that the freight.was lo be taken at  Savana?s Ferry and not at Tranquille;���������but.foe.  told defendant that'if, the load was not ready  for bim; at the^ferry-he might haye to ride to  : the. m i 11 at Tr ai'Hjii i 1 le to ha ve w hat was w an t-  ing-sent down.; M C;iDavis was preyiously  engaged to p ack a 1 oa'd to Grouse creek ifrom  same place.!at76|c.ij made no offer to compromise this suit, bnt told ia party to see. defendant and tell him he was willing to settle  it out of Court if agreeable.  Defendant, A. Gntierre������ (examined thrpngb  a n 1 ri te r p re ter), testified ;-:i���������!Hai n ti ff offered ' n  I oad i of fre.ight ;f ro ni;SavanaViFerry, buX sa id  if 'there'.:.waa ' hot afull 716 aid ther e- he would  have to go to the mill, at Tranquil I.e. to order  the ^emainder^; -told plaintiff���������he would "bring  it if he could do no better, but wa������under no  ob'l Iga'ti on; plain iiff said al I righ t. and gave  hi m an ord er; inex t m or n ing le ft",; and in et. h is  brothers., wh o were with the trai n ; j they told  him to see Oppenheimer and try to get a load  on better terms.; did so. and made a.bargain ;  gave MbWba's order back to Mr Ross of the  U.:B.CoxyXlAi'::-AAAiAxrfix AA' x -x A  ; , J. B.S parks testified that he( was interpreter  in the transaction between; plaintiff and defendant ; the agreement; was ith at defendant  was!to bring a load ifrbtn Savana-y Ferry* at  6c. if he could not do.better ; explained tins  to MeWha; saw the order given to.Gutierrea;  did not explain it to him |. witness could not  read much. English. XXA. :: ii-;,- .  The Court decided; that the agreement was  only contingent, and gave1 judgment for defendant. Mr Park, counsel for plaintiff; Mr  Walkem, for defendant.  R. Booth vs. B. Barpkr--riTydgment summons. Defendant denied having earned  enough to pay the debt, but was now about  fcojng.to work on a contract on Lightning  creek.   Ordered to be paid in four weeks.  Camkron & AM\f.vs.G. Mantkl���������Judirment  summons. The.explanations of defendant as  to the cutise of hia not having paid the judgment not being satisfactory, the Court ordered  him to be committed for 14 days for oon-  tempt.' ���������  ..MiacHAK ���������& Nason vs. Ah.-Skk���������Suit for  $16, lumber bilj. Ordered to be paid in  weekly .instalments of-���������$&,  Sing Hrsro vs. Nah Sins���������-Suit for $70.  balance of loan. Plaintiff ������wore that on 20th  October, 1868, defendant cara^ into bis house  and asked for the loan of some money: lent  Mm $280 ; on 27tb November received from  defendant 80 sacks flour, value $210, on account of the loan, but never received the balance ; -the-flour was not given on account of  money due by Ak Tie on a gambling transaction.  Plaintiffs evidence was corroborated by  Sam Hin, who swore he saw Nam 8i-n������ borrow the money ; he was in tbe house and saw  plaintiff pay $280 in bills, partly red and  partly white.  Defendant, Nam Sin*?, denied the debt altogether; never went into his house, nor does  not know where it was; the flour belonged  to one Ak Tie. who had stored it with defendant, and who gave orders to deliver it to  plaintiff.  Several witnesses, who professed to -know  all about the affair, swore that Ak Tie had  stored the flour with Nam Sing, after which  tie lost $280 gambling with Sing Hing; 'being  unable to pay this and other debts he had  compromised with his creditors fur 75 eta on  the dollar, and Siigg liifig got the 30 sacks oi  flour in settlement.  The Court rendered judgment for plaintiff.  The evidence, as in all Chinese cases, was  directly contradictory, but plaintiff had given  positive evidence of the loan, while defendant  endeavored to throw the responsibility oa Ak  Tie. who should have been produced.  On$application of Mr Davie, leave was  given to move'Tot a new trial in order to produce Ak Tie,  Mr Walkem for plaintiff; Messrs. Park and  D$-He tar Sefeatait "  J as. McArtkor vs. JV C. Bkkdy���������Sii it lor  $300. amount of compromise made with Beedy  ���������and- Ba rn a rd for services as En gin ee r. 7 'y  ^ Plaintiff testified that he signed articles in  ;Sco tl an d to c o me .as on e o f t b e7 ep gi n eers of  the roa d a team er3 ;;:; th e ar ti c 1 es Were signed  tbyi-'Mr Barnard's agent; oh -'iairriisring in Vic-  4<iria he was!pent -to Ya 1 e. wftere he was under  Mr Eeedy'a orders; subsequen lily a compromise.was made, with the engine ers ; the other*  ���������were sent home but plaintiff!.remairied ; ��������� the  artieies of agreement werecauce 1 led; and he  agreed to accept $300; Barnard gave an  orderion Beedy for that amount, but tbe latter  declined to accept it: ;;    ���������-.  G- A. Walkem testified that he had spoken  to Mr Beedy some time ago a b on t this mat ter;  after some co nyers a tion about Barnard having exceeded his authority by buying, too  many steamers, defendant admitted his liability; fordebts, like tbe present, but:asked that  su i t sh o u Id not b e b ro i iglit"; i mined i������i te ly , and  he would see about settling; the only objection he made- was tliat be thought he bad paid  more than his share of the expenses in! jthia  colony, including (he settlement with the .engineers, and he. would like to . get a private  account from Barnard,     i 7 i.  ���������Mew rs. Barns to u and Park, for defendant,  asked for a non-siut;on the:ground������ that there  was no case;against !Beedy. o No;;partnership  ha d;b een p r< j veil, nor h ad t be agre em en t! ori  compromise been produced.  Mr Walkem, for; plaintiff, contendedi that  Beedy was responsible^ as a partner, for liar-  .nard"s acts.7 The partnership was publicly  known, and a.;bH\]had been paased through  the Council, on their.behalf,.        Xy  The Court granted ainOn-siiit.     ���������  i; XJko^'-B YRNBs ys7 F. PmiK-~SuH for $40,  balance due on promissory notes. Judgment  by-default. '..;.' ���������,,,.';'! iAxyi  HA- SciroiiT.ixa vs, Jom Evava--��������� Su 11; for  $500, balance.; of promissory "note drawn in  .winter, of 1865; and interest   ;  The note in question was for $448, ami  bo re in te res t at th e r a te o f, 2 J., per-, .-cent.; a  m on th. It had been left... fo r col^eotipn. > Vi th  the Bank of British Columbia, "aii'd-.- bore en-  j dorseo>ents of pay men ta oh liccbnnt^cash  $23 5 07 and proceeds of Bedrock' F iii in e scrip  sold at 75 cents per dollar, $201; The -total  aim pin n t,7; wi th i n te rest; exceeded $ 50.0; but  that amount being the limit of County-Court  jurisdiction. Was only'sited for... :  ..! Defe'n'dan t. ad mi Ued;:; the ��������� npte;.which���������=:.was  given":f'or!'suppliea advanced by him to men  who had originally come from England in his  employment. He claimed, however, that he  had paid the interest on the note���������-$23 50--  when due. and had deposited scrip amounting, with interest, to $338 in the Bank on its  account. This scrip bore interest at 2 per et.  per month ; 'aiid;'plaintiff, he contended, had  no right to dispose of it for less than its actual  value as* the Company was. sol vent. Further',  plaintiff had written anyincr that if defendant  would pay into the Bank the difference;be-  tiveen the scrip and the note lie! wouli throw  off the interest. This would leave a little  over $100 due. The letter in question had  bean mislaid ; it w&3 received several years  ago.  the Conrrgave judgment for plaintiff for  amount-claimed, deciding that the scrip.could  not be paid on account of the note lor more  than its market value.  A. IfcWiti ts. H. .Wn,KOT-Suit for $42,  expenses incurred in bringing two horses  from 70-mile post to Soda-creek. Judgment  by default.  D. Kurtz vh. L. Troop���������Suit for balance of  due bill. $32 50.   Judgment for plaintiff; to.  lioLLtxo nr out.���������Tbe wajr in which*tbe  South Wales co. is taking out pay this week  reminds: old Caribboites of the.old flush times  ^r-Wiliiaas^^f^k^V-'B^'r three shifts they.  wash^'OQ:Tif's^a^/'^r5.'.oz.; for the next two  days about 300 bs.7; On Thursday night they'  had 100 pz. to * pan. including a 24 oz. piece.  ������ery little idirtwas taken out. aa-the ground  iswet and t^e greatest care has to be takea  iiiwprkiug^tJV;'-. '���������   i  . Tkk WEATiisri ilooks decidedly wintry.  This, week;we have hat! almost constant rain  iip til) yesterday, when the monotony was re--  lieved by some small showers of snow w&ich  hiive whitened hot only the mouutains but tbo  'valleys; ... '.v- ��������� =  Night SoHOor,.���������We would call attentioti:  to Mr MundelpB notice;of a Night School for  adults to be opened next week. The terms  ,������������������$&, per month, five eveninga in the. week���������  are. very reasonable,���������lesa than 25 cents for  each evening's leascim  Rtsk inT--SbARp.���������Owing to the'increased  price of prorUions the Wake-up Jake and  Antelope Restaurants -have* been compelled  to-raise *be price of board to $14 per week.  MISCELLANEOUS.  xsz  Ohance!  PASTIES   PREPARING   FOR   WINT3S  ��������� -. * ,...���������..���������...������������������....���������..  i-;-^^L^i*E  MONEY!  ���������������f' ' !-;;.;v.���������;���������&/'-cilllaif at a������  Second -ia "n d  S t o r e t  ...    'Wiierttk*/ -wlll-flsd * ta* tsaortmeat *t  & Stoves  --AI4W,-  MINERS' & CARPENTER'S TOOLS,  '���������������������������"'.   ZINC, LEAiD PIPE, :i  A:A.   i.-SHEST IRON (all ffauges),        ;  v 'iflrb^i polish,       ���������'������������������-;  REVOLVERS, GUNS, ���������-.:.'.'.  '!< vAi'A':'���������'���������^;7.-j;i;7:..BALLS,  CAPS, SHOT,  T^T^iTO^pm.JhASKSf  SBOTJiAGSf Ai A A  DOOR LOCKS, PADLOCKS,   " ;  7 BASTARP& MILL SAW FILSS  And other Articles too numerous to mtotieeu  FORCE  PUMPS  and  BEER; MACHINE  'A-  put up and warranted.   .:  ^-STOVES  MADE TO   ORDE& ai  moderate prices.  ' Eepairing of Metals done as usual.  THOS   FLETCHER,  ���������   Barkerrllle.  be paid in a week.  F. Fick vs. L. TKOor-Suit for $17 T5. balance of account. Judgment for plaintiff; to  be paid in a fortnight.   ,  Fatal Accidkn-t.���������Oo Thursday a man  named Clmrles Brown, a native of Sweden,  working in the hydraulic claim of "Sharp &  Co., Cunningham "creek, was struck on the  head by a rock falling from the bank. A  mesneager was at once dispatched to William  creek for medical assistance, and Dr. Hell immediately started over on horseback, but the  tin fortunate man had breathed his last before  his arrival.  School Board Elkctiox.���������The annual election for members of the School Board will  take place this evening at 7 o'clock. The  present Board have only held office for about  half a year, but the law provides that the  Board shall be elected annually in the first  week hi October,  Tur. Road Slh>k in thk Canton.���������A party  of men have been encaged during tbe pa at  week, under the-superintendeneeof MrGre^n,  repairing: ihe break in the road between Richfield and Barkerville. Freah cribbing has  been put in, .and 4be re������fc$ ���������h tww pasgpjhl������  TALE AND BARKERVILLE,  Importers, Wholesale and  Betail Dealers in  GROCERIES & PROVISIONS,  WINES & LIQUORS,  DRY GOODS, CLOTHIN������,  HATS & CAPS,  BOOTS & SHOES,  AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,  CIGARS & TOBACCO,! %  STATIONERY,'  HARDWARE & CROCKERTf  Aad a complete assortment of  3  Oppenheimer Bros, beg to laform Traders, Miners  aa<l Farmers requiring a stock of Goods that tner  holdal������rg������j'ana well selected assortment, aad M  pr.-pxrerl to s' II at the Low*'������t Market 1'ricca.  m^ W������i Invjto inspection of our Stock before par-  chasing els^wnfre. ������   : : .. *  ������a- NEW GOODS ar������ being received e������atmuallr.  Fresh Ranch Butter,  OF BEST QUALITT,  RECEIVED   BY   EVERY EXPRESS.  * -jp:wui������MiaHiiBff^  '*S  A:^RKNCEr^GONVICT COLONY",  ."if '-It��������� "vsi imderstood: that .themntiy thousand^  of (vommnnist prisoners wl'm, can ;han31y, .esi1  <ape eonuenination at: tbe*bands of tlie French  tribiinnlstwill be sent to New .Caledonia and  fhatfeffori'siiwilLbe: m ade to!��������� kriange!��������������������������� ror/Vtliei  ��������� #nii$pla1iiirj^  -en'orm oris, ex no rim en t in f ra lis p or tat jo n in ay  .-. -i ver ae'co nip'l islfedi! .ii fa ja^ivcondi tion'f* ^ less'" revol f-  nn|r: than'*/fqrniefl^'Yefc,: even if theyi" may  Iilh v p Vl e aoir ve d 4 he ii ri,-^* t c? v' ^ <?- heart'.fiinks!, at  ijiie;thop^htiofr:! tliese wretched; Frencb< men  4iiid women?always indisposed for coloinizai-  i I q n rhe\ i]g. sen t < ou t in tip the mi d-Pa ci fip,:. to*������  %c,oii ntry-.mii cli -more : -unI ike ir toIFrahce than  i An s t rial nv to En gl and; wh ose d rear jr d 1st an ce  ^villi'ifutieieni- tKS"firearier -for 'the tropical  1!eauty;ipnfobasetf by furions: cy c 1 one, and  "burning sun.; t\ ., .��������� .... t  ivMrSiies Garnier,ia Yomur ���������engineerisent  1o^caiive^|>lorMioh|ibaa .collected to(rether/b 15!  tmfeFoftraVe^ them in^eohbe-  <q u pn ce jif tbe'' sudd eif ��������� im���������p"orta*n ce 0f New  <kiiwlbni������r "r* -v:"'���������* ;^ ������������������:.'*'���������'.    'AA' -���������>.��������� "te  New Citlerlpnia^is a;long island, sloping  from nortii-wes^to'soiith-east, amongst those  ^oi'al-ree(*ed seas of .which; j>oe.fs delight to  twiSP^Itis closo tothe Jioyalty- Islesf afrdMpfc  ���������^y far f^ b-y;  OaptMri CtfokV though* tbe French "explorer  BougainviiIo��������� ibadi prg,Viousl.yi:.dec!avieid tliat  "ssWrnp co lisi rlerabiei; island im 11st be looked !ftir  In ihf t Vttrectiori, on /accdiintr of JfaC ttoatin g  wood.: nufe'.iv&Cil���������������������������bornle feyi the waves��������� .to ibis  hi n.;i" It is 1 ri b abi tea; b y: a ra ce of "sa va^es  #hip  <c iUedTCar^ii whom^Cook fopnd fto be, ^e-  rtgflWlfyxmlM V but 'our ���������Tamous'-ca*pfa8iti did  not happen; to make their acGpiaintance; at the  conclusion of a war, arid leit without knowing.  1.1 a t tli ey w ere>h 0 r ri b l e c ann i b als, ~ Kn t roeafi:!  ^^aux.^tl^iFren  here in 1^1)2r>ybila searching for the. 1111 fortu  Tiiite Le Pcrbnse^i iirrived,% on ^the contrary.  just;at the. moment'when, having fixed amm-  - lyerjoffgriuninir beads upon long poles, a tri' e  ^f these tvannks. was actually engaged in-^eai -  i % ��������� the rem ai nd ei* of the bio>dies. i.; So lyo o tf d;  "��������� "i * can n ibal Is tn am og gi. t h em, th at. on seei n g  Eigf) isb -i; Piiilo !'������vi ea ti n g s*a,l t.e.d: b e e f, they we re  persuadedi rthist tiie large beef bones were  those of a ru ce "of .giants,'*: "an"ci'"c"oii ceived a  ��������� *ftp^uin^;r.������?}^ect>!,for. lhose;: who -could urst  ��������� co n quer a nd th en - d i n e, off < sue h ' fo rm i dab 1 e  "������������������;'i^e?:-i^i)r-itbedrest; these people ���������aro'-iof a  i*1iigher'iype than the Australians'; 'they are  f. 1111 a li d lift iscftii at\ ih ey are :n 61 d ovo id of i n -  telligebce;4nd!^ll Gairriier 'thinks' tliat  their  ���������cat ni i b aiisrii" i k r������ t !i er an exp re r (\ qu (if tr i -  m\)\ili 'il liiiii"an actiiiiili satiafiiclion "t 0" gournian-  ^lize.   . Th equei'i*American rli.vme ha^ caught  i h isvid>. a a ii *l: ex pressed������������������ it wii th v igor:.    .     -  ..^���������4*������..V*. -1- *--������������������ -���������:   ;���������    '  ���������������������������������������������:���������.'���������-.    -���������������������������-> ��������������������������� - ��������� ������������������   -������������������������������������  ... Cm u d Itvere a cassowary; :'���������.;**'  --.' 1-ii*11j:������.��������� ]) 1 ailis!tj.f Timbii/jtoo..?  , 'Wfnil ("1 n ?t"I e it ai mis^i'.Vii;i*ry,"'.'.'  And bis hymn-book too IX  ���������   firr^   ;���������;' ��������� '  "���������      ��������� ���������:'���������"���������" . :'������������������>��������� ; ������������������ --v -   ���������  - XX  Bii ty'^his l^'itti e-- com p a ra. ti v e q n aH ties o f th e  the y tiuhg���������. to W n.. .;Go'y e.rn inehi can set! a pi an  to bo prepared on what may be termed; the  Haussimanii principle'' without:any regard to  the looaliifact that Noumea- is very ;��������� hill������, be>  frig isi tu a.ted 6 h. the "s pii rs. o f a mp u n ta j ri ran ge.:  ThoirioadWaysiwer^  c er ta) n level, .fi n d Ah e h onses; 1 e ft s t and in g 20  ifeefej/ab0ve.' /iftfv\;Garhier havihg ?elected. a  site f<irilus id welling sobn after !iandins,-ieft  "Noiiiin6a oh an excursioni: to;, the - north,-, and  returned after eight months to find tho house  completed, and a new street pursuing'tis in-  depen den t coiir.se fivo yards; feelow,;leav!ng  hjm to'get tip arid; dowii as i he. could, AWg  cite'���������! thisi as the inost striking .examp 1 e .0f  French: rigid i ty a nd:: centralIzaMon -i- we ever  heard of. : The plan whs probably - sent oiif.  f ro m Paris; tin d ob ey e d "by tlie 16'caj 'eh gin eeT si  ���������; M. iGarnieri 'gives, in ithfe> same-sense, an:  amusing1 desciiption of the distress caused to  ^tiiei fun c tip navies ��������� by^^an- obstinate' mound  Jwhich! interfered witJrthevI^  i'l'bey dug:at Uifora whole ���������yeair^ caljin^in tlie  iaio!* bt ,a legion of Kanaks.. Finding they  ;could-.niake- no great.impression on ib'e ��������� enor-  lihpnfc mass/ tliey p'ropOseil a system- of swells  and  MISCELLANEOUS:  J. B. TU^TSTALH & Go.,   i  ���������:'*-������������������ 6 BOW CHUfeQEI Y^Kip, LONDON;  J;H.TIJR]SFEKfeCo.5  !iiyiQTORlA,B.C. ������������������": "-7 i . ''i  ������py  p:L;E:&AkE--i^  ommis'sfeii  ^���������,  jg^s^ Goods bought in fhe^m^opeafilMallcets to order, andiff6nxrgnm%iit^  British Columbia sold in London,  i-      ; t,  -< >' ���������* -       ���������':-  fxfxlx'x;; ..'^;;        /;; .-���������,;; !B;E'^ I\r> AxxiirA^  v     i /      LONDdN^-London and WestminsteivB i f''  f* f-   v, i-''..'.--i. fi^-.'ji^o Messrs. Copestake, Moore'& Co., 5 Bow Church Yard. :-^x:-'xf-,y;"-A^  '���������������������������,..-,;    VICTQRiA-^iBankpf 13 ritish North; America.-   f!'   ^x   -X-X :,:,;  , my6 Gnv  fmkmW"'"'''' !'"""  soda creek;.; * v^'i,-*;;r "r"'  >/!;���������:      .���������'.'���������JiQ*OESNBLLE3::a^ vAx[ \f  Wr<UBABKER^LLiE  ;and gal levies, by which to bl^wMtinp; aind  j 6 hi y d esis ted wh e n i t stir u ck th eii* m i ii ri s tha t  ���������haif ���������-; Nop mea! wio old /priobabl y: slia rail I s '"X a te.i  iLa :butt e ConneaiiA,remains *:+o;:;this'.?idayk in  ispite. of all;the uibbliiig;Of ��������� soldiers,'ciyiliatisV  and"Kanaks.,   ' '*.   "    "'. . _ "���������.J  "!!" "' :   ���������  ;*.;B������b if^caKting^sjdesuchhopeless/methods.  the Frencli Go.ver.n ment oon 1 d -.''-real 1 y sticceed  (in pi an ti ng^an efficient: i n rins trial 'colony in  j this b ea ii tif ul isle, it woii Id t fiiifl: al 1 i th e ole-  iraehtfloi' prosperity ready to hand. Onr  !n eigh b o ri n g p op ii 1 a t i o ns ���������? i n, ��������������������������� Au stral i a- mid  :New Zealand-cimnot grow itlieir own sugar  and coffee, and are forced to. 'send/to Java  and��������� Mtiri.illa for tropical produce. We.wei'e  I wo - mi 11 ions - ten years ago, a n d we a re epn-  stanfclyyancroasinjrii! 'enriching.!:!eating>-' arid  drinkjn^iji New:Ca!ledoniai^  growing what we������ require". and the.cost of  transport wouIS.-be..comparatiyeiyV t^fliipgi--:'  [L on do n !S pec ta tor. XX p-\y-yy  . ir-^&i^^-i-.  BARKFRVILLK V  To tlie "Eiieetors of Gexxboo  ��������� f rancL" Liilodet. , ^ ���������  .:���������... 'GE"XTi.ii!MEX,:.':'-!"!.!?:!'���������;="'' rr'xxy-'X \ "  ::���������-.-.'.:'���������', I ri: p n rsn an ce of tb e - te r ms of  Un i o n y o ii ��������� wi 11 s 11 o r 11 y h ec a II ed o n to e 1 e c t  a in em b e r I mm io 11 r! j o hit Di st ri c ts to ire \ > resen t  y o u i n th e lie; 11 p o of!! 6 o m m o us of Ca bad a.  For this position f-now olfer myself as a can-  d id ate, and s h on 1 d' yon d o m ������ tba i ib nor 6 f'  'returning* ine as your Representative I shall.  tothe best o f my ai > i I i ty, s ti-i v * * to .p rove th a t  y.oi ir eo n'fi d e 11 c e h as n <> t ��������� bee n: ml s p I ac ed.   -  If elected I shall use my best endeavors-to  proiho te the in terest s <>f our 1/ro v in'ce so far  as 111 ey pa n 1) e a fleet*1 d by F ode ra 1 Legis I a -  lion, au d aib o v������. !a 11. ;h ��������� ex ped i i e the gr a rid  h o nrt of U n i o u������������������ t! j e T rat is-co i i ti ne n ta I Kai I -  roai'K . ' ���������    ;  : "\V i th" rel'ere n ce to genera 1 p o 1 i tick! in a tters,  I -can- oiily.say.;u presft-nt Ihut if honored "by  ���������A -T  THIS ; STORE ! Will  always ^cj-oijnti' ai Veil ���������  rx., 'suluotctl stoblc of -th'e.  ;     ', -'y^X- >A '^l'r': ;!,i  FRESHEST-   GROCERIES    AND  PROVISIONS    IN   CARIBOO.-  ... r   i  >    BEST JAVA COFFEE   ':'������������������; l  BoastRd .nn'a ^VoiinU'daily;';;'���������{!'''���������! Axfy"' ;.,',.* .!''".!'  ���������.���������: Branblx Stora at .Last;.  -; r, ., '���������w,-/G!iaiiee-v: , ���������-: -   y  Wh ore a" goo d assor till (into i"j Goods: w i 11 a I Ways b'b  fOUllC '..���������"--"' ;-t ,t-V' *.'.���������.������'%'    :   ;,;:���������'''���������! :^ ..���������.-"!; :-  . ]..trust by stri-ct.attentioiv to jinsibc?sb and {'air iijnri  squar.o-..d.ea*ii'iig,"to nient a contiDUance of the lihoral  pu troiiAge' 11 (ire ti il ore. ex tciidccl to iire.',   ������������������..   .... l'c'4 .  ,..i N O.X1G E. .;���������'";..  Ki*nnft"nn>otV>no.f)rocH"c'ft1.impbct4Wce to the   '"^  miwiminelled   hy   party   obligation?,  ^u^uon o'hFn.^rcolo.niKationrfo^the race ^avi? -1hllt UlmH c,,W!,lder U ,n>r (]ut^ tulfl thtS  rpHE  UNTD E RSTG.NK "0 . BiEG K! T Oi. i IK FOR jr.' i HIS  I. 1'ricucis and tli e public ilia t h o 1j as fi tied up lo'ne,  cbMFORTABLE   BED- ROOMS  c . ...... ...  u his nejiv b uUding. \v !i ere hois p r(*pa red t o srt ve-i  good -iWls at a '..reasonable-: price. ��������� Tbose vvfio Willi  hivorliim with their patronage, may depend ontne j  o 1 eun n ess an d co ai lo r t o 1* It is. li on se ,!   -���������' ���������  Tits ta k'esal-'s o t h i s o p por tu ni ty to r c in i n'rt "tho C a ri  hooites that liis Brewery has'^receiveii the. FlftST  .PHIZK o 1' t ii e Co 1 o u y lo r>h i f. c"u 1 e bra te d       ,      ;   '  ' XXX    AL;E,  An d the I, r n e am a ten r s w- il lb e ab I e t o j u ri go b y th em  your, suilratttsd: shall���������������'������. to the.House of Com- s������lw!%tto sllch honorable; prize lias beenjusuy^  awJirri(id to him. ���������....,.-,  i ! The.F LOR ENCE(islKe best Sewing;  : M achl ne /for1; Fam i'ly;_ use,' Bo cause" if  sose 1 cl o rri eels out of b.rd e r.;. I f tKero  is one not: working;well in-r^iv-^.  i;CAbl.FORN;IA'^^^^  -..OREGON^  -     -r- -v   -^ ���������.      -T  ���������-^>. WAS H IMG JO NT E R RITO RY������v l  "f N'EVADA,   .,/ '    '. ��������� ';'" /'���������  ���������s.-.J-lDAHO,-,.^,-! ..A:x-xii" :,/f:  BRITISH COLUMBIAN '*' i- "*;  ''������������������VMEXlfeO;-.:..!''!^^-;,;:.'���������:��������� '',  x r-^JAR'AN^-  *   . ���������- ' ���������   -  Or  6Hl.NA^!'i"F;infbrrned;-ic^Mt-i I: wiil;  fix" it' without /.any;". expense to tho '  bwher.rr- i������ A.;.i".-i,A...^-.^.i..,!!. .... .:i,;.i!.',,...'  Bo. 19 Hoit^bmery Street;1 South,  ��������� I mm hotel BiiiLOiiia, ^.:.  "pan Frinciscb, pal.  Send for Circulars and samples of  the work. Active Agents wanted in  every place.  Fl. BEAVEN^Airent.  jelfl ta  Victoria, B.C.  'ii fast tlk\i[)peartug^ killed .Ihy consumption.  jif. G a r n it* r d tr vo tes so w e s ]) ec n I a lion ,as to  3 low tin (I w h v th is ��������� isad m al ad y - 6hb u I cl h av*������  1i������llowK<hlic niti'-oduclion of whites into tin*  'Colony, ii ii r I utlw butt's it in smne measure* lo  Ihf; inorjlinate use of Ktvong. fohaccc. Tin*  * 'JCanaks ilonot care to drink, hut they tuioko  as soon \ii they can toddles  M, G ar ������ier 1 an tied at th ������' chief petti em en r.  N^uuieu, u town nearly at tho aoulhern poii ^t  -o";," theiisltind, and particularly-ill chosen as to  fiiio,   It was at first a mere fort, selected sip-  parentis as being easy of defence against tl.e  . natives, andi oa^y of access to ships.   But  kittle by \UX\e the new colonists came, grohf-  5 ii er th e inse 1 v es I o*re th e r r o n n d th e fo it, ti a i  3ST o(i rn a too k o th er p ro p o itio ns, w i th o n t a 11 y  I>.oily stopping lo cons-dir that there was no  ;S ti v a ui nf1 a ver th a n e i g h t m i 1 es!    The i nh ab -  5 tahts iii 1SG3 depeh d ed o n rain wa'.er, an <\  tin*, question, of the supply -was a very seriui s  tone!   A tlioiisand soldiers and half Inat nuin-  her of eiviiutn's, Knch was the total pi/pnla(i< n  . w 1 j i ch  >v st s. .al in ost a 11 m ass e������ d to 11 j id N o i u n e a.  m,a it nco m I or tab 1 y as p o ss i b 1 e. Kn g lis h colon-  diity of every member Irotn this Province,'lo  lewd n oheerJnl support Xo��������� the, ^Ministry to  whom we owh oiii* new birth mid.political  enfranchise ok uit.  I have the honor to be,  : '.    C^entU'meu.   . '  Your obedient servant.  -.   .1. iiPBXORU THOMPSON.  DarlvPrville, Sept! 0. 1871.  K, ]j.���������a 1 arjt e fro n't r o o m -1 o 1 a t.  Barkerville,.fan. 23, 1869. '  N. CUNTO  jr  rn  s  &   DALY  p Kfl TO ANXO.UNCE THAT THTCY HAVR RRMOVRD  ������) t.o t.} ie hj j-i c.i < hi a pr (.'tulsea form eriy k no wn a s tti������  St. ��������� G<-orjic Siilonn, wlicrc they will bv at all Unit's  nre|urod to fUFltisii  BOARD    AND    MEALS  GF   THE   BEST   QUALITY.  Tin   ;n AR       fnxnisjic(1 w 1 tli lh o Ii nes t WI!N ES  LIQUORS a ad CIO A KS. r  FSMESTIOI "BETTEE THAItUEE.  HAVE own recjnnf-t'vl by stsvfral I'OFpoctnblf jkit-  tic;-:, wlatcali tesliiy to tias cllicaoy o('!iny systcui,  io again make public the lact thai.  Moses' Hair In vigor ator  intl, I'llRVENT BATJWRSS,  K1S8TO(lK 1 IA 1R T11 AT IS I!Jf;COM 1N0 TIIIN  OK-FALLIXO OFl'\ iiiuH'llVftlunllv  <; ujus scun y ok dandu l*ff.  This is not n mere aFSPrtlnn'Ou my part, n.= T liavo  in :ny possession numerous testinionial a certify ing to  tho piieofss of my remedy.  I do not ofcour.se pre to tut that I can make the Ini'r  jrrow (>u bead?; winch have befn hub) for yea is ; but  T will ^ U a v:m tee to s top the b a j r iVo in fi i\ I i 11 <i o tl |.f i  iitcreap.<*: its growth, autl efjccLuallvremove Scurf or  mud ruff. \V. T). MOSES,  Biirkorvi.lle,B.C.  ���������' CERTIFICATE.  . Tlvxs is to certify that ������lurinjs last pprinf: my linjr  w a s. r a j j i (J I y l"a M i a -i < iu t tun I m y. b e ad w up I a ^ 1.1 h ��������� cnth.  \n<< oabfj-wlicn 1 applied to"MfW, I) AIQHKS. Barber.  Ij.irkeryille. who in a. lew weeks restored rnv hair to  its former healthy state {IIAVJJ) GllHiONS  Earkv rvi 11 e Ih��������� c. 20, 18 60. ?������*ufol v  LEA & PERBINS'     '  .-. ��������� Uelebratod :������������������      ' ��������� i 4  WORCE S TERS HIR E    SAUC������  *   "'".:'        D ecla.ro tl b y!Con n oissen rf t o li e  \-    THE   ONLY    GOOD   SAUCE.       ,  3������ts.w^Boreow:flnd* jiifllcijUjr in credit.  BQar(l   .,..    ft^g   ���������   1^re3]c^  jjig what actual ly occun-od m the -u in id nig ci I jei: Om        ������������������ '  ".���������NOTICE.'-  If-R *GE0*R(3B BYBNF.S, Sheriff of, tlio 'l^RtricC  ill h o! ds .iny l"'o wcr. of A11< ������rtj v.y. A11' p������?rsor.f?. iur  debted to me'aio r<queFte<] l������i tnake uurni:.iliate-)wyi-  UH.*nt ki him. to save I art her t-ron !������).���������.  lUVJl) B. BOXv FY.  lUrkervilK &W������Wtl 2G,  Wit',       '   .��������� ������eV Iin  Cautioii agauifjt Fraud.--T11e succf������s of this  most delicious and nnrivalleil Oijjdinuiil haviiiji  caused certain dealers to apply tho mune of* ''Worcea-  tersliire Sauce" to i.hHr own inferhircomiiouiKjs, the  public is ln'n'by informed thatllu only way to p&*  cure the genuine, is to  ASK,FOR LEA & PERKINS' SAUCE'  a n d t o fi e e that. 11 j e i r n n mfts are upon the w uaim'ki1 ,  r.ABKLir, stnn*ku, and non uc.  Some ol tlie fori'ijrn niarkets having been supplied  with itspurious Worcesti'rshir������^auee.ti]������oii the wrapper anil labels oi which tlie names of Lea and Perrin^  iiave been forged, ],. and P: iclvi' notice that thev  have furnished their e.orrespondenls wilh power el*  attorney to take imtttin} proceedinirs against jum>  factvuEiisand vi-mjokh o] stich, or any other. iiniui-  (Ions by which the'irri^hl may In; iiil'iljiged.  Ask for LEA & PERKINS' Sauce ancl see  Name on "Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and  Stopper.  , "Wholesale and for export t������.y the Proprietors', Wor-  ce'ster'; Crosk c;in <1 B1 ack we 11, J ,on doli, kc������, kc.; and  by (J roc<��������� rs n it d 0i 1 n i en w ri iv ersa11 y.     '" .  SYLVESTER'S  uneca JEiXpresS:-  DYLVESrat'S EXPRK&S FOR 0M1NECA will here-,  O' aftcr leave QUKSX i'.Lil 0 OTH n n nr.a Ihw11he 1 ^  a'������ ��������� I ���������-!") 1.11"of each inoniii,' maldiig reg u la r t r l]w Hv ic������  H'  hrai-  <;%/���������:  al month.  Vt-Tf A general Express lm Pin ess con^u'ete^!.  a u i il U i' L- .S ft H A JiM ������is ���������

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