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J18W," that /Uie  folio w ibf lan (Is fi It uatcv j n the '��������� Distri ct ol': Ne\\': -l^eBV^  mlnsto'r ;f ha ve-^beeh /subdivided^  Map therebfhaa been ;d epc ������sf to d M i lid office oMlr H ���������'  .V. fidiuoidB,v>We.w,Weatminster,;r . -..'"��������� yy  : yrll:     y    ,/*4% '*���������?.���������"-*M yUt^U      y '���������;; ���������'    7  ���������aA/Aa a,,, townshiP;W .,-.,...������?���������# ���������!  ���������:v!(y ife-4-. i-V/-J ^ vt������H'r.^j:'l .������������������*I<H' -Al r-.  ..-'���������: . ���������-.--��������� '.".'' -. v; -,"V ,-'. ;.'��������� '���������' -y.': ���������'��������� y '-.,��������� ������������������ ��������� /-���������'��������� - py'lkr j  "'> . ������i ftetithwest?qinirl*rfSection I. r>j'f s y ^ ^���������t, ������������������ -C;  ?f />?*-'ty^t^e^t-^ar^ervSe.ction?!iri ^ 4? ,p/ :N- ^  , ,rf..*> Mo,*.UiMiik quarter.Sectl.ou,1,    X f. ,.y-7yyr  l-vfe'drtr^i'^r/^ l/V/. 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Tn To.wn^hip,'^f'-\; 74.4 ':iv ?,..-. i* ^ ' ���������'  An fl that claimants dfvauy^ori'loii of/t^f^lantl'V'l  barei^iobtttj-n'edCnivfn GrniKsvtl>er^f^l������-inld"p-rpi  up their daims in accordance withMCIause^2tf iLac  Act. 1874.'.   :���������'*- -> /  ^ -. lt -y .������;..*  '  r/'Forin'S/i-' "���������'   '      ' ~    *  ' * '-   -"-'-:~ -  th������: office  r ; i      1 JlfSCELLANEOra-   , . j , 4  rWi|j;;,gri':':r;.  ?,/��������� 'v/7iqrv  v , .;   ���������,''*���������������������������   . ./r-.-i ,rf  i/ .,j,ii'*?j ��������� f I *    ��������� '   * yH &n**A * *:y\ i <"������V i  |.������'  *>$ J -������v7^ ^'���������/- ^?' . ;:^\l^V" i;w*   -si4i?-f'*���������-���������'  f y/ii.i*oxjji, > ���������/-,; v>, ? j' ^s p^/iijo/ii^ ;-  ; /V rB&TTER., " *%^'"; .;7;-y0:cen't:s;;perifc ��������� H  s   .'/;-'���������.   .'V-,;--1    ^V'S������,; ���������?    -\:i .'*���������*?:*,   i'V   ���������5" ''.."** :   .;.*'   i.'v      ..'  ^f,;/'kfN'f>1 iLL<KINDS OF.--' v^ I ^  ���������^   :.?i, 1 -������!f-J|*?S -        ^i\^vt 'Tf\t^y.Ay 00 Ay  deb .  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Ji/Q;������,  IV  m  ���������rr-r,?>..\;,. ,-;X" >���������-'-*- ;..'"?' ���������   /ictoria, July 24.jl87.5ir:   7  7y, ,,;   e  /in t/hft Land Offlc**, Victorin, with ttf&?ercfcpt������c������rof the:  iollowing subdivisions,7avHI-"bVopen for prq-eroptlpn-  an-1 purchase- at-:.IO'o'clock"a;m.' on Monday,  17th  AD  Chief 1,Com m issionei; Bands/and ^orks7  'Linda and'Works n^partinent^v .* 1 . -A   Jy    .,  Mm^k  &t&_  . $4., . ?: yry:, X'v '���������'p*0+������ti$.  ^OTOOS^lJI^SrONTOKYAIiK  ������������������;.-���������.��������� Y. ��������� -..-���������    .    -.-.. i ._,- ..J-.... -.-   ...-.^   ������������������--,-/���������   ...������������������.������������������-._:-.;|.-.;..���������..   :.    ..-.-c,.j.������ >HyM������ '-^-.^^.--'-KV-W ������������������!      ^-t,'  ��������� .!r:^7i;:fvr^/---rv--/J-r:,.rV sr.-p  ^^ICK^.tg|S^B^*:{yy0^  ^:y^th.jfcpr^*5sio^  "fetlfiArViri^ laiids- ^ihtittc'in^tiie O^iy^ps Division of  u\**'i*iK*:**>fi$Affim& *'������������������ ���������^���������^iatncglihVfe^been: sub-HVijied'by.surrey*,''atid/  wS^l>^^Si?^-^^^^ ^^.pTtheroof has Imtm forwnrdod to thdvofflce W  .N^;We*tmjnstes:v:,.^7.^  .fe.U-:s!i.v  ^  mm  ���������   "      /^ .TOWNSHIP NO. fi.-/   '^  'i-: v/:; ^7j.���������"������P������^?^^'tUMarfe'.o^^'"icii9n/.^.- / '0:07" *.-^��������� - 'A  $y% ur.:>. y jfyf ^ e'hs c q uartor' of S sel Ion* ���������������-' * A X . < ;������     i 4-4 r  .!��������� !-i   /*"'i- EaS't>porti'ou*or Northwest qiiarfeV#/:6Mtioa^  ( ,- i;y ..^ttttieiist.quarti'r.of Section^;> -f. f''3;.??:;      *"  '���������    '. :   : 'Boil th west guar tor ofScctioh^^ v.   t,   , x- :  -, ������������������������������������. fhyX, p jforthWes^qulirt^riif ^ecti'^tt'2. \:\, ���������-*"        ; :j  '7..   Soilthiaast quarter of Section/3.^'7" /��������� ''^  7:Kortheasy^ .���������}"*  '���������r Brmtheaat 4uarter^bf .Section^lO. .. '���������% ''  7 i!-. 'fiast half of /Southwest q uUrter;of Se������ti*i������. IB.  ���������>x A --"r* ' *: -Kiibtionsl^aji'l ^2'- - ���������' ���������"*'- My00 A \' y ���������..-,  .At .07 h. a Sontliiias^ Qjuiarter of- SecUqnvl*^'������������������������''';.?���������-- 0' _ *  v/^7,/^7/-^jiihwestlqaurtcr of NSectipn;2Qi: lyxyX: ���������"'  !  'r:- \ ,?:." ���������:'T6WNSEI%iNaiL ^--'l./  \   ���������:/. eec.tions.iv 18,19;,20iJ /. 7yA r/A/i,  "'X " ���������'���������-:;.-,''?''Nfirth..ha(f of Section 21. '-70 7/^, ,..-,*->. ::'.  ������������������':������������������ r  ,-:"   . /,NorthSv������'9t;quarterbf; Suction/25;;'/' */'!'r-,":.' ���������' r i  ..>:r  ?-,..- iNorthoa^t Quarter;of Section 26i  *-r -7 **'  ....-:.) .,;.',. ;:r:-Scctions.28,./.29I*3p)- S2,-^3, 34;.   iti Xyxhyl-  ,,.'.*- .  . < *8<>atheas t Quarter of Secti o^n .85.;. .;,..;....,t ,.x.  0 "yl^'A 'A or tti oast/quiirterdf Section 35/ 'AyAyAjy .���������'���������  ���������A-.y  f, ������������������ ;r, -fioutuvrest quarter of'S'ec'tioh"SO;'��������� - v''��������� 0  -: * '.i'Kor.th*w.e61. q aar ter of sec tion 3 tt. r, wv/  _ .., kCftrtjQii wiir\n-'tr Tl    7*-> f v  --  Where tore arc atiiy)l^ri ty 0 f the Jjest bran f*i/o7  7;:-7/^':7vs|;/^'-'%:/'^-BrUisn/Colnmbia. , r  v7r r 7$ 07 'yyy yyQ;. Aly0Aiy0A7700Ayiy 7 AyA  ELOUE,,,./,/ xr "xxy:%  s   A.a .yy   yA  *'���������    *,J"XILLOOET BEANS of 18^3;' ,, ."'  yy-r,Axyc yy>jyyr- xyyy nm>0 'ryxxyrxy^ y  ���������* And other Far^Produ?ce;'at'ViER^  yyyyx- y ���������xy. AX7Xy0A00XXyxxx AAmfAXk  '-"Also, a general assortna en t.or ���������      7 :=���������;':  ;-i  . ryyuA^.y^yyxi-yx.y AX.y.A yy : y  ^^A^Qi^ipSiAAAA  Xmy ;*i& yi0A.<\^^y^^^-0^:0 yX0.%.  ���������\i->,   A-:,-      y    {..A-   )'' :-vi-,   v   oi^,v,).-..;fJ.   u n,Ti.r>- '>.���������?'... ������i   ;"'������   .+ *.  1:  j. *iiiMj_ymywmt  .i i "^ t&<iv.ti*-UX : Al*0}. ������������������: ��������� *������������������ A si 174 r ^ ;i :^^' 7;^- M'v ;  , -;.' --'.- ������v:.-.. V7 ;���������-������������������;       .7 ,. '���������,.v .pia*r^^^r-''  '��������� ���������   ��������� -.    ���������'      "���������'  ���������        v v.    ���������"! ' 0      ��������� ���������'       ' /:       ', ' ���������   ':"'/**%''���������    '���������  (Carry!n^Bbcifajestv^ Mails.)    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Act, 1S74 ;������������������'>, .   ��������� .   ���������;'....���������   -������������������'���������'< .-.' -������������������/  -1  Forms ������1 Proof and Declaration csn be obtained ai  a tea effica of tU������ Ci>inmi������������iunor, Now Westminster.      ���������  1   ROBERT BKAVEN,  ������C.hief'Commissioner Lunds, and Works  |R; BKAVfiN,  ���������������ChiefCqmmi4siott������r Lands nmi Werks^  "    DeparWiMtf^?���������*- ���������* "x '  ' *0- A-1'A District. -' - s0"'! A  i.707770)}'-Provincial Secretary's Office, A  AA70 -0: l/M$:Jn\yyil$i5^0  7. ���������/  JJEREAS the L i e uten a"n t-Govern0r in  Gonncii-.-is empowered under'������������������ ,tbe  11 Publi^ -School.-Act; IS7%" to create School  pistrfctf .^-ii^drtioA io*-/those[salready exist-  i n <f. an & to dgfi ne' th e! b b 1 r n d a nes th ereo f v it' is  ��������� here by 110 ti fied th at b i vs E x c e 1 lei icy h as. b e ��������� \ n  p\o.kB(fd tFcreaie Uio trnjet of land enclosed  wi tliui the u nilmnSn 110 lied boi ihdaVy: a Scih on 1  Diatrictr;-under the title of the"Liik-e La Hacln*  Scho 01 Dis 11 ibt; v1 z.: A J t that t rac t of I an d  Jn cl 11 d-ed in a, ,c i re le w b i cjh may be, fl *��������������� c 1 i b ed  wiriiin a; radius of six miles in leiijrih from the  School Bouse? suuwoat the 114 Mile Post on  th/e Cariboo Koad as lliK-cen|re of such circle..  A}   Iv'.*"--     JJ^ commandi - v ! :  /JOHN ASH,  ��������� rii21   ��������� AAA:;    'v   Provincial SHcretary.  Itrid: iClaimsi sajgainisr-j thov/Bstato: mast i be ^present ^  within three months to,  , 710 y .       ������������������-������������������������   A.  ixyiyxy.y 0y0Xx:JOHN^BOWRONV/; \ y>y  ,. " 1     .  l?     , y    Administrator.  "\ Rich0eld, Jim*:24,��������� iW5.4/.,[:..[[.-.,.'/��������� /.:0   "...,.0*$ "\  Se Thomas .Bell, ^Geas^d;  .'< ������������������- - f ' (   f'"A'. -;;:- *'   /'f'  OT POT  -'je20.    v     Always op, band. ,-/7  .heundorsignod Within three months. Ir'oin .this;.datti "j  aiid' all "persbhs-'in any way indebted to the said eg-  t.ate aro also required to pay tor th with the^ amounts  so due by them to,,  ',' ,f  ',   ;  * .'���������.:;;������������������; y     GEORGE, BVRNTES,   .  i : r y ���������-.: ���������::��������� .v ixy.xy '���������; '������������������'"������������������. ' Executor, x  Dated the 26th'day of June, -A.D. 18?5.       jo26  Re Aiidre Jacquemot^  'dBCEASEDv      /  v   n  y,y .RICH-FIELD, i*x  I   I >70.- A:     i ;;.X0l A 00A. y-y-:'  CJias- Faalsbn, Pi^oprietor.  A'Aigotd asaortoaent of. Groceries,: Provisions, &eM  9B hand". ��������������������������� >;-  -'- ..���������,",'.  -7:-  fk������ BAR to Bto^eiM Wttli the. best Wines, Liquors,  aaii eifftifi. ���������* - ��������� v ��������� ������������������'.���������������������������  '-' -v''' ��������� j.aiaA -J.m  70*-JPfJRSOFAL/ : ' '".*'.  'IhHE, iindersi^ii8CiT who has been in the em-  J. ploy of Mr John 0'Domic-11 for ii number of yours,  horitby iiotiaos/thorpubiic of. Can boo that Ue IS NOT  AN-INDIAN, as somo people suppose, but a \Y,HITJB  MAN, aad a ^iw'Of Mexico.  .-"***���������! ANTONIO SOQUETT.  -*-  to   .iii.l .claims, against, tha. Estate must bo presenlo<  wi th iu '.'tlu-e'e* montns to .   - .-Axr n*  T,"    .  ;^^f.aEORGE BYRNES,  ., Agent in ������tHs matter for the  Utllci al A u uiin jsum ti vr :  Barkerville, Jun0 28.; 187a;.- -:  ���������; '.'. '���������'���������   'y-y 3������26. ,5  Notice tQClaimantsofLand  7.    NliiW," WESTMINSTER pi6TRI0T^     ^  ;M(^i5S'|pM;  Iy iHas on iand'a^^icfrstpek trV ��������� x AAy  rhichhevvillsell^  rr-,,v.; -.j-.,��������� ,..������������������":._.;;  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. AS.CHEAF  " V  AS THE CHEAPEST:   //  j>ROM THIS BATE THE ASSAY 'Charf���������  VOTICEIS HEREBY G1VEK, in accordance wi. ,  iM : iho provisions of the'Lantl Act, 187*4, '.thai in  Kdl-nvin^ iitnds --iiuato in tha District of NewVVtjst  minstvr have been f*ubdivideu by- ���������survey, and tUy-  m;ip theio"! lias been deposited iu tho.olik-.e of H. V.  Edmonds, Gommission'jr, New WesLiuinster: , -r  Group 1,    .-  [. Group jj. ���������'.       ,    .    . ,v   ;/,  v. .TuOtfllSS, 199, and 26.0.  ' - .  RQB&BT RSAVEN.v  Chief Commissi on or of Lawus a*d Vfwks  :������ Lands and Works Dapartmeat V..;-.., .. .,.���������  p.i   ���������  ���������.;..* iS^^^������-%&*%fc >mA*'r~ \ ���������>-' AH&.V  V   Tbrlotsof Gotd^iistof PifeeenOuncM oftfsiffl?  1      REDUOEb TO TWO DOLLARS,   ���������  n.4fo*rf:/.t/7--...   ?  ���������      '���������'-���������������������������  1INERAL ASSAYS TO FIVE DOLLAB%  he latter payable in advance.  Au���������'.>*t,29tb|1874g ~r  ,1f; HITCHGOCJ  i IiL Persons Indebted to the Estat������ of th*  . 5l lute firm'of ..COHEN & HOFFMAN, of Barker-  ���������ilie, Quosnolmouth, and ,F������uoe Rivt.r, are requeatod  '*'��������� settle the amounts duo by teem, otherwise legal  .roceodings will bo instituted.for the recorory/of kho  xml 7���������;-���������    . g.    --0   GEORG.E BYKNfiS,  raHtwr--  KiUAll'iSHR'fUlt.ULLJjULtUfl ���������������������������  :fc-.  V**V**>W*"**  THfe,���������AElMO;/S.KNIIN'E:L  h������-^������^ ���������*~*m ���������������"ne���������'*''' "������������������,^"i','"f-1" "*���������  y  SAOTRl>A*Ti'OCT;^; 1875.  published in- another column that'/their  presence is required at Richfield on Monday/  4be i I tb * day of' OctbberV for the purpose of  'Electing tbwtf'-persons to represent them In  ������he Legislature of this .province. In case a  ���������fi-1] I he deia*n<le& such pall wil I. be operisd  stthefTarions'p.lacrtinentioned )n, the adver-  \ t!setiieiyf;A All the. candidates in the Held'so  . .-far:hsve;;prcraided io give-the Government  a fair and impartial support    We.have been  /flctifled;/ibat the addresses of soirfeofthe new  pohti^l aspirants wliibe made public in cur  ���������������est itistie. * 7 \ ���������:' ��������� * \ ��������� ���������  ���������.;    ' ''    .t   X      '   i      .-'""        '     -"...������������������'.������������������"- .-,'���������; ' '.  .. 700iA/'jm-:i^ /Al  'The rail way mi ryeyi between Fort G ebrge  x *ad Bute; Inlet- ha^ b^o^early completed1  ' v Afld the' Hoc so far has/ btien-"located/' Mr  :;-rv-J&eferV party,',;���������afters.wihteritiff ���������*-*t:c. Heibry  llouse, wil I :v'procw4".?"tp wards;. Fart; George,  *wd be met by* another Survey party leaving  ��������� h y$Wt\ .P|??j?.r^-^J*J '&$} ^tiifF^f^ :M* ,tlUC|  70 -through British .Coin mbiato-be finally located  *r^S:;7tte^'{^prin^,. /finder oiir agreement ycon  i ������truct^ia7 work shduId he commenced* on the  TMaln lacd -jar* soon ;ae- labor' and /ma ferial can  i ���������:: vbei/ob"tait ed;"A THtf* su is viy ? /have. been J of a  r*"v'*������tiW ^Th**. route by (Jar  \f^jttwVrC^aB-iei"wlt^oo t^we' believe, |-be  :'' A [ %ite'm. pted. ^ '7x7 010-;; l.,,.-, -:,  K . \ ' A  i.yA'x7yy- 01;VA'i"00\:-xA-'A'"y���������'��������� 0y \  0y JA BRITISH .^LTJMBIA '"��������� REFORMER7J  ;7/%|oHhe /IMsirlct 'tof-''dar%^  ��������� 7 -t������y last week^/mail from a person wlio aspires  ::   :r.*o represen fr.i:y&IfStaoi constif ueicjr In the new  / parliament In th<> w Reform'? interest, asking  thatofficial tc^iekln a  Aiiy^^B^^^^^^, ^t^W'iteri narrating  v s'ltiS;^hi*p^m-eniS;wn a resident of this di?-  A<yjir\6V some yeara since.   The letter says the  ;-������i ^.r^*t������ ^!.s^*;V>^ln"--f!18-:^ -x 'B������for������i: ? ������������������*6hsim-r  3>i6n; that  reports  have   been   circulated  ������������������,������iy'*"'l'tf'1'.,������     man   hiiphh  i ��������������� ���������    mninmnn i.^--jw ������������������  ���������  lug *o these wortbi������s, shmiid b^T kept open *>y  a special tax; on the supplies for Jhe miners  wbicl? pass over it; and tbe Local Government! fs soundly derated"forv presuming to  expend $40,0(10 of the public money in build;  (ng the Qneenel river bridge;/tbe last: link  necessary to complete onr overtabd ebmmn-*  nication wi th the bead of n avigattoh a t Yali������.  this -$40,000 for tlie bridge at Qnesnel. and  the sums yearly expended in the repair of  roarls and : traijs in this district.%t so mo cl*  money taken from the pockets of the Island  farmers, who, poor fe j lb ws; Veip ii i re the!' w hft.l <e  re ve-qu e of ��������� the' Prpy I ri ce/ tfi he. 4i?^ri^ ii ted  am ongst t hemVih .tb������ shepe pf premiu ms, # Jn;  *cr3er. tbat they may .be abi^ftb C^mpete.wuh  the farmers of Washington Territory j Oregon  and San Francisco, wboV-now supply these  wonderful Island fariuers. with agricultural  products cheaper tbajb (bey can .raise tbem on  their own farms; - We have* no/ desire  to underrate the importance/x>f the agricultural'interest of the* Province.- and, if it can  -- ��������� -  .  - -  - .   .-������>,-*;. ���������j .        - ���������  be proved necessary, we should hayenoob-r  jection to. see that interest fostered by 1 egis-  latrve enactments ; but we must take excep-  tUi te/tbe statements, of a reW*;J filling self-  styled Reform politicians on the /Island Who  idvoicate.;projection1 for' tbe farater^ and ��������� in  doing so- endeavor to -rjiise an afttagobism  bet-ereen. the agricultural .and tbe mining in-  teres ts cf-t h -e Proyi n <j e- . AXlpt['. w*������?-' t^ fo'r^a:  evsV Jaakc Vthe-fpselyesj =*acquajpted/witb the  statistics of the different ir *Indtistrles" of "tbe  :thei Largest Assort  *>  e  upper  Dr. CHIPP, Barkervillo.  'M't  jU  Province, and they- wi 11- Soon see* :that gold  mining Is still one of its chief interests.  . ,  ������������������.  New Westminstkr . District .A%iJt������?rto8. ���������  The return of. Hon* Mr. Armstrong' and Mr  Ebenezer Sro/wn for the important dia trict of  New Westminster will;be gratKyiag t-a -ewiiy  true friend of Bri I fab -Columbia^--. Tbe.elec-'  tors by their verdict h'a*e enddreed tbe" con:  duct of ��������� the Qove rnraent of V:h icbv Mr Ar ni-  strong is a member;--and. to''selecting fir  Brown as bii co worker tbey have fortunately  chosen ��������� a /gen tleman whoSO;, in depende a t mind  aod large means place him above ���������pandering j  to seotionai jealousies', and whose ttim it wilt  be to assist the Govern ment i n ca rr.y i n g on t  ���������k;~k-i   a U~-i~ALliii ui    ti' -    ���������������  ' 0'^    -^ ** i ue  lo aB������iBL me government in carrying out  hiw^^tnr1n|^;������n cbsracter. totbe etfect tWr poli(>y of 0pening llp ,he province for  Mbathebad "been imprisoned iri Cariboo two settlement by the  construction i.of   roads.  '/a i������ir. three tiine^ for some infringement pf the  y MwA but the "frR0f6fm''r'ptxrty>on7t;b������1ieve  /hese  reports .without, au  official Verifioa-  41<iii of their correctness; and that admission  intA tbe "��������� Reform" ranks is denied bim ubtil  Reproduces copies,of.the.warrants of committal, ^e^o^fents have ^eeu forwarded,  andjn.next week's Victona Gbtonist we rosy  k ���������. expect-1to Vreaftv. in large-N ietter87~i*^Anotli^ r  "Tried Befbyuier fp the. field for the district of  __ i   Defeat .of^ the ��������� Government c������ndi-  dates certain T' "iipy^person who has the  curiosity 10 read the barefaced  falsehoods  --published daily.-ftfbe columns of the Victoria  Colonist, will,not need the above fact to convince him that, in'add)tion iti'y lying,.picking  -et������'d stealinV are essential aecomplishmeots  -for a British Columbia :*.Reformer/'  bridges, &c,  and  other  necessary   public  worke. . " ���������/������������������:  7."      /'..'-. v".:-'     *   -.- r-  A Court of G-eneral Assize  Welcomk. -The flags were hoisted and a  salute tired yesterday afternoon in honor of  the arrival of the Ron. Mr Wallfem. whose HnH Gaol Delivery and of NlniPrius. will be  official duties have 'prevented bim/;.from pay   held at each of the undermentioned places as  /���������0 0.:  .-BRITISH-.COL0MBIA.  ;��������� PROCLAMATION, m  Electoral District of Cari-  ;������������������;������������������,���������., ���������' boo, towiXAi:'iA';--A  OUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN  V to theiElectors of the District ��������� of Cari-  boo; that In obedience to Her Majesty's Wri*  io me directed, and bearingdate the 13th day  of August, in the year of. Our Lord One  t hoiiftijid eigb U bti nd red and seventy five; I  require the presence of the said Electors at  lUCHFIELD. . COURT HOUSE, on : tbe  BI e y.en't b d ay of Oc i o ber, at Twe I ve o'cjoe k  Hooii, for the. pur pose of Electing Three perrjj  so ns to rep rose nt. them i n, tb e: .^ Leg islat u re of  tbis:Province ;'iiiid that in case a"P������V|l be*de-  iostoded .aiid allowed in the maimer by Jaw;  prespribed, such Poll Will bw opened on Vibe  ���������Twentieth day ot October,at .;. [{- /  Richfield Court House, ,.  Williams Lake, /,  Bates' House,        :   :  Soda /Creek-, oi R: McL*������e������������*s ;  Aiexandria;.pi'A.[0. McltimV,"i  Ligliiuing Creek, at Stanley,  tjnesne-lmoutb,':''*- '   '- 7 K'V.  Keithley Creek;-at Veith & Co;'s store ai tio}  crossing, and at     Aj.yy.       -.    \ .  Ifaryey^-Creek, ��������� /./".-.  between the hours of Bight aim. and Four  p.m.;  of all which every pt������!s������������n is hereby  required to take notice /aud govern blmsei  accordingly, /��������� yjyyyrXAy  Given under my fiand at Ricbfleld. the  Second day of October, One thousand eight Luadred and geveuty-five.j  * ' H. M. BALL,  : .   Returning Officer.  yy.     ���������'..��������� / Hr.a* received a '   -">X ������:" 7 ������������������ j-?   .  NEWSTOCKPFj6dQDS  ��������� -.n;.,.,.'    <������������������ A'fpyA'KA '"���������  ��������� ���������'���������������  Cftmprlsiaga preat"Kov*iiyia  .  r  Ladies, Albums.  LAPrK5'. AND   MISSES   RSADYMADfi  . -costumes.. ���������-*.; ���������.���������>/,  underclothing; :  .   ,  SLIPPERS,    -" -;.;*r yl:AA  ���������{ A- 0 7:-  CHIl,DRENJ8 BOOTS AW SLIPffi&L all  ' '; '���������.-'.-     ��������� ��������� . ..." r-.  70 ���������;���������,..,   *���������' X'AXy "   ^r'  -An<1. l>7ieverv Rxpross.-an^w supply/ef Fflncy Qootts ���������'���������  wlilcb J w^ll.8^11 as lyw a.   i>o88il>U tfi sult.thd. times', ���������>.>  6  au21 Ira  j .������  Ki:  [^EXTDOORtoTICTICOFFiCE]  ������������������ !���������-'��������� 7        ' ��������� -.-.- ���������-.      '",'���������'..-'      .*."���������- .y���������'.'.. '���������'-*: y"  imiTES YOtT TO CALL AND BKM HIK,  a Aacl ^et as tusfifecomfort tor tba inner mm h#  any.tithor mad-can proTiae (or the i&ino au������oooi ������r  c*t8u in theair������.pe of    '.       .       -. .*: " ���������  fa THE BEST QOAtltt.  :JN3r*Tos All up ibe time,  I^w|!l ^atieaS ta* ihe''  An,f SVmm MACHINE work ef every* 4eierlpUoa-(  wt II .ne done at j &ba aiior (eai notice a4 reaaoaablv  oliarg^a /; v-'-; '-",.   .-.. ��������� -^. t   *;.  tioTl    A   "^':       FRANK PSRRKTT.   ���������  ,<  ': THE CHANCE INTEREST."     {  The value of the gold assWyed at tbe Government Assay Office for tbe month eudinp  -amh September amounted   to' $96,000, and  tbis large sum-repretjents only about one  fcalf of the total yield of  the district f������r  tbat period-.   Taking into consideration  the  'great drawback to mining occasioned, by. a  remarkiblyj dry seaBOU. the returns of the  yaitie of goW rqB into-bara ac the ass ������y office  lortue past three months which as'we have  *:&���������! *only represent a, portion of tbegrjjss  y'fv'ld. sIio ws that Cariboo has atil I spine pfe-  fer^ioss'i'o be styled the backbone of the  &'royi nee, notwithsiiandiag the flip pant utter-  ���������a-ncee to the contrary of two or three persons  ���������jwdw/h&ve recently been elected to the Legis-  "4-Ahm by tbe farming interest of the Island.  The persons we refer to deligbfe on every pos^  eJhle occasion to make the most offensive  wmar^s regarding onr miners,7 and display  their ignorance '&fy$lt9!^6&.^ yield  of the mines pf-CaribiK*by stating: that .neither,  mines or miners aw $1 l.*pj^ben-fiHo thei  ing a.visit to his constituents for the past two  years*-- The b on-gentle man's host 'of friends  were glad to meet him ; and their tru,e friendship and appreciation of his. faithful services  to tiiisi obpaUtiiency ap.d^ t*y^ EntirerProvince  will-be more empbaticaUy shown by tbe vote  at the polls at the approaching election. Mr  Walkem will publicly give an account of  bis stewardship at tbe principal places iu the  district.  Dump-Box RoBBBBv.���������The dump-box of the  Bald head   company,   Williams   creek,   was!  cleaned up  by some thieves on";Thursday  night.     Capt.  Robinson,  the  owner  of the  claim, says tbe thieves got away with  about  12 oz. of dust.   This is tne most daring robbery tbat has taken place in Cariboo for a  long lime, the dump-box being op ly a few  f<eet from several dwelling-bouses;isomeof  be inmates,; of >wmW' beftrd-tbe noise,-made  by the tbieyes-|in.fijrking^^^e'ro(^'o-iji������K'ba|;  ai tri bu ted it to some ot her cauSfc.   *No tra ce  of tbe thieves has been discovered.  follows,--and all witnesses are bereby notified  to atteud thi rent: .  RICHFIELD. Hondar. IStb October, 1875.  QUESNELMOUTH, Saturday, 23d October.  CLINTON. Monday, 1st November;- ���������  KAMLOOPS, Monday. SthNoyeiabep  By order. 'irAyl  6B0: BY-RKE9;-  Sheriff of Cariboo and Lillooet District.  Soot. 21,1875.  Ik7������j  PASSAGrE  CHE  ?  WILL LEAVE STANLEY" fo% TALK  !������������������ on    .��������� ���������     "': -���������������������������   '  ���������'.��������� .   -   ���������     [-  Saturday, Oct. 0^  making the trip IN A WEEK, and connecting witb  lhe a.aoan-i-gr ���������; ���������? Victoria" for Soda Creek, and "Royal  Bbbkklbt, Sep>ertiberjl86^.���������Gentlemen.  I feel it a duty I owe to.yon to express my  gratitude for the great benefit I have derived  by taking 4. Norton's Camomile pills.' I applied to your agent. Mr Bell. Berkeley, for  the above-named Pills, for wind-in thestom-  acb, from which I suffered excruciating pain  for a length of time, having tried nearly  every remedy prescribed, but without deriving any benefit at all. After, taking two  bottles of your valuable Pill?, I..-was" quite  restored to my usual state of health. Please  give this publicity for the benefit, of those  who��������� may be'/thus; affli.cted.TrJ a.m���������*j8ir< truly  CIlyXtoriNew Westmlnst������r.  VMvfn������a   ^ftariu, k. *'I       \     " '" J****** Hbkkt At^PASs.-^Tothe Proprietors  , f?������we*   Tbe ^^,:.^pte. rosd, accord- ] by ^msm'fQmij^.Vi^. '/.. ru y.  yX"^ ',*'"-'''' ^Xxs.^0^^0^  ^^ WB MAKE A TRIP EVER"T THREE  VVBBKS,   dates of departure f?osaa Cariboo  will be duly advertised.,4^  gssr NO NIGHT TRAVELLINGS-TIME  GUARANTEED.  JONATHAN OTTT, Agent, BsrksrvUIe���������  HIT. MORA AK, Ajsent; Water.  and ^ini^g Aflfent,  mmsxmu pa-SB* ���������..'-'. . ytt? j  fdsj;      JQSKPB AV. TRUTCH.  CANADA.  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUM BIA ..  Victoria, by tbe Grace of God of tbe United  Kingdom of Great ��������� Britain and Ireland.  QufcEN, Defender ot the Faith, *e, &c.  To all to whom theae presents siall com������-  Gkkktlvo,  A  PROCLAMATIONv  Gko. A, Walkkm, WHEREAS; We are de-  Attorney-Geiieial. sirous and' resolved; ea  soon as may be, to meet Our People'.of Our  Province of Britidh Columbia^ and to have  their advice jn Our LegwJature; We do make  known Our Royal Will and Pleasure to call a  new Legislative Assembly or'Our said Province, aod do further declare that, by'the "ad*  Wee of Onr Executive Council of Uritieb.  Columbia We have this day giv^R orders for '  issuing Our Writs in due form, for calling a  new Legislative Assembly for Owr said Province, which Writs-are to bear date on the  30tb day ol August Instant, and to be return-  able, as to Vancouver Island, on tbe FIRST  day of OCTOBER next, nodus to the Mainland on the FOURTH day of DECEMBER  next.  In Testimony" whereof.  We have  caused  these Our betters to be made Patent, and  th������ Great Seal of Our said Province to-  -  be hereunto affixed: Witness, tbe Hon bis  able Jorsfh Wiluam TkutciK Lieutenant-  . Governor of ;Our said Province of ;Br it ish .^<  Cojumbia, i 11 Oilr City of Victoria, 1 n Our  said Province.JthiB Miti day of A ugust, in .  the year of Our Lord  18?5, and in,&������-"  S8tb year of Our Reign.  By command.  John ash,        :  Provincial Secretary.  hi  tb  f*o  |eu  ftii  hi  in  1  Te  tm  h  u  A  Ion  ii  -M.   ,V  . Gr0������k;  ...0 ::  WmTB *Af AX COOK,   Good w&m*  ^Pply.sitbe^TANtB-V Bffl&l^ UgMnini   -    .....       V .,  ....... .VA  trict of Cariboo,  GENTLEMEN,       ^" 'A A'."'/,,.'  Having been urgently rrq,uf>sted; I have.tconffente4  to- *Btand for .������JeeiH>������-������������ one- oi. your representatl7������������  In the Provincial Lt'jpsiattire. >  f*rom my knowledge of the roiulrornents of, your  DiBtrfot, in the event of e)o<Hi<>n,-.}'hopc to be olBfr-  vre to you/ and yi.������u may. rliy upun'my 4olo������ mr  dnty faithfally.  -   < '      '. ., "V. -i  .     ���������.     :.; ��������� ..JQgjgPU PARK  ���������j i ��������� M  ..c-"1  ilE;01RriTO:SEN/iXNgl4  SATUR.DAJT, 0UT.V2. :%75.  &  of  TEW. WESTMINSTER DISTRICT ELEC*  TIONwRETUKN OR M ESSRS. ARM'  STRONG AND BROWN. ,,  ...    r  Yale, 30th���������Advices from New Westminster staie. tbat:ihe Government eandidutes--  flfessrs. Armstrong and Brown���������were returned  jiiy a large majority. The following Is the  |-e-*uU of the poll: . ,  ^ Bro*#n%;������:������V - *-: \ ^'v-V"'i������V ���������'  :''���������������������������:  ArtriStrdOg,   ���������    " ���������':���������'���������   153      ���������  v  The " Reform" candidates have not been  ieard from.* - The* Relirrning:Offit^er declared  les������rs.v Armstrong and Brown duly elected.  THE EXPRESS.  Qttesnel mouth,   30tb���������BarnardV  Exprega  mvesfor BarKfery^ at  o*cloc Ic wi t b the fo 1 lo wi ng passengers' :���������.  Ion. Geo. A.. Walkem; S.A, Rogers, two Shin ot Charity, Mrs t. Brown, Mrs Green.  London, 20th- -A special from* Berlin-says  ihti SubllQie Porte tins declined to make any  concessions, until the iasurgenishiiv.e tendered'  a co mptetV^i i bin fssio tiA A tie In f te r, bo we ver,  refuse to suspend 'hostilities until the G.reat  Powe r s gtlara nj ec .air eyeo\ \\ ul ��������� conc������*ssion;  R'he. proceedings of ihe Consular/deh������gaiion  o re a t a s t������n'd������sti 11, and Con su I a . b a ve n sk ed  ibeir r^pectlve Governinehts (or tuitber iu-  siriictjoas.^ Ayy'Ay0   Ay-:,-.        ���������'./���������.;      *-,  Londori,'*26tb���������file British: Govern nVenr\ n  '^COUSTt-COURT.* ::���������-/-���������  AX ������������������ ���������!;:<;!;!-*J.^isi������tf Jviiis&miohlf xllr. Ay  j.:     ^?:;Tbnisdas^Sept. 30^*875.;*  7yWILLJAil .:" CrKK.K    ,B������l>RO<Jg ; JLDMB . ,Cb  (Limited) va. 'Bradlby^Nicholkon Co,/ by  ������am Mo,o..���������Acuooj.IO; eject defendants from  plaintiffs' ground for an account and pajineu!  of ttie gold taken t|ierefroufi. and foi damage?  fort reap ass...; ,/ ../>;���������.. -: ���������'.;-;��������� -..--.������������������������������������/���������'.' AAyx^iy  Tbe deferidsfttsilpim is a hill ciaiin of 1000  'The Judge eaid be musti&ke}de4 Chat; T������<*r.  1; Vr's action': tbr^ugbojrfc - <tUlz; !ftd jid:rtb������b" Conr-s-v.  u.iny ; and that asto^tbe'creeKgroupdhavin!? ������������������'.  been worked, he had te. give., ftiIII Weight io A  the evidence ot Captain 3Wans,wfip had aVon ���������  the ground last year.:aa 'again'^'ibose who  sp o ke from a re co) lection  of severs I years. A  A* to the-Tocksy. nv'tfoiilit the defendants  won I d remove them upon; notice;'- ��������� ^u-^gnieufc  for ^defendants' with .costs; ���������} 0 V.l y A ���������--.X.[. IX .  19  le  y<.  A.0. %.yyxy ^TALB.'.'...'; / 0Xl0l'l0  Yale. 2'9th���������The eldest son of Mr AgaKxie,  if Ferry Coombe, near Hat risen. 'river,1 met  ':lb a terri.blet^eifieut on Monday    He was/  forking ubouta thieaKing machine when one  d hi* hands was caught by some part <ft tbe  mehfnery and torn from; the arm. *lr*w*s  kareo;/.bef-*M\\\d  bleed, 4o. death befWe-be  ould receive medical assislance, but advices  n New West mi osier representhim as doing  relL :/T^e ��������� .arm was-- amputated above, the  dboWi '-'"' "A''AAA IA. '   r        '.'���������',''.'���������  *   VICTORiA,  Victoria, ^Sth-^The steamship City of Pan-  Jam* sailed from San Frwiciwco for thte port  fat 4 p.m. yesterday with a large  number of  Ipassengers,' . $ ...     - r.. ���������   A-Ayry  Il is reported*, ibat :^r Rodedek-Fiolayson  r Sand feme otber'-Victoriaiw"are V*dng to open  Bliip the Baynea : Sound vcoal-mine, and that  A lm*** wor*c w^'^ ^# Ph*he* for ward to a flpeedy  ||' B*^������ pie * io u. , *>��������� ):-.'��������� '.*.��������� *��������� " ���������/. ���������:" I ���������' * /".;-: '.' '  llK S''** r*P**i9& ^. Mr Sharps Superinilend  - Betii..)f to* Luuaiic AayUim; has twjen attacked  m WR-ty WfAhW** w*tcji ior some time has been  I &aain^ among!he inmates of; that institutioa.  tendstrenfithening ijs fleet in Chinese waters.  but so far, there - is jfio. reason io upprehenti**.^- \yl        r ������     .,,   ������u        ������ i.       u  itji- China will require' f*el ab!^f*.������JjMSf' Wi tile/!?ht }>*������* ?' ^  creek, and it  was  claimed  by the plaintiff-  itlta t t He"' del e)i d an| fti at the j r u ppe r 2 8(X fee)  jad worked 'iii tti 'tlie creek; t*he ground of tin  phdni)fUi.-7'00^r 'A, 0\y 0i 0 :xx. 0.  \h$ ev\-  1  0p$VfW<MW%&.,  ^  i  S' "New Vor"k. 24tb���������The Jury in the inquest  pu lie Fire Lndder accident found a verdict  Shat the break wii8 due to inferior materia Is  /^iud fiulty construction of the  ladder.   The  vs^^irs Commissioner are censured for not teat-  gf4lie ladder practically before allowing  it  be used, and its further use is condemned.  New York, 25th���������Private subscriptions to  e amount of $16,400 for the benefit of the  H^ias sufferera wa4 forwarded by telegraph  yesterday.'      ���������.    v 0  llll  It is andoiinced tbat   the   Young  Men's  IWJhrisuan Association have  leased  Gilmorea  fcarden for the winter, and that Mood? and  that our difficulties witli-t;inna ��������� win reqii  settlenient by other than pacific measures.  Sa ntati der ,'251 b r^Tft ir tee n;h u a d red ju^ii p t ry  embarked for Cuba to-day. Ten thousand  more will eait on 2d October.  ������ Madrid. 2C������th���������Tlie ;Al^hcnzoist-!arthry in  Navarre is closely waich ing the Car list posi-  ���������tiotf. : Gen. LoiiiB.hws'deteated the Carl'istsTin  ]tbe Valmazeda line, cutting off.their communications with thejjalle^of Colonesta,  ��������� Con Stan t i n op I e, ^Gtb-jTbe Engi ish i* Fren ch  and Russian CoiiMila arrived froni Trebigoe  on Wednesday.. They inform their respective  Arabiissadors that��������� they������coidpietely-failed iri  their' mission. Tbey were unable to see tie  principal insurgent'leaders.   '  Londoit, 27tb���������A AIdispatch from Shanghai  to the Times- says tlt'e Chinese Govcrnmehi  ihtins su efficient performance of ihe  terms  aid .doVb at Tien-Tain, and Minister Wa ie  ��������� w i 11 l$jave Peki n Oct-< |ber 1 d tb,' un less sai isfi ed.  The Times Tti+dkj has a special from Vi-!  en 11a in which it{is said a portion of the Con;  su! ar [ Coin mi>*s?o.h ret urn ed to .'Mjjc tar. IT hey  say they are co nvinct^d that w ith a few'excep-  lions' the Ins'urgen le are ready to lay < tbeir  g r i e van ces be j o re tha Tu rk i^b Com mis.*io i Vers  and negotiate, but tbey desire a snspeiiKton of  hostilities meanwhile, and think jt indispensable that - the Great Powers^imrintee cer-  )ain reforms without which pacification will  be itluiory. All the Consuls stale that tie  districts they traversed have been frightfully  devastated. Tbe population has been deoK  mated by disease and Buffering, end.unlesM  speedily helped, tbe country will-.be ruined  fpr many years Ic some, y A t.;. ���������    T"  Lo nd on. 28i b /-���������Tb e: Ecfcio tb ss mo rn i n g say jj  Government  Mr :Utiv,wi fwMhe plaintififk;' rf'ad  de ii ce 0 f. JjLhgjn y% Pot ter .-taken b ^ fore be 1 ef j  fi tr d d w it. po ������ n)ty; aiid ; w b I cl������ w as genera LI j,  to the efPebt that tb������������ present stakes of tbe d-^  tendauts'at the*upper and lower lines of theii  .iip^er -.200 'feet ;were- not' in ib>ir original  poHiiion.-butbad been moved into the creek  ; J. Nasmiih and Thomas Hinds, who had  bee.n shartdioiders in tbe Brad leyrNicholson,  gav^ similarjevideiVcefrlihd further stated that  the re wa s d rfglrTal ly 15r feet of c reek gron n<1  priribe hill side;of AtiSLt:part of the' Mountain  co.'s flii.me.whicbr ran^past the lower portion  of de. en dan is* upper. ,209^vU /'   ��������� /  * It a p pen red tha t1; I be In wer' st a kesi of Ah i k  20() lee>t Was first the bill -sideof ibe Mountain  c >>V fl u nidi a'in d -fcbls i. fem of gron nd w.as tlif  ground worked by the (iefendau>8 and claimed  by fbe* plain tiffs.;' Ai i Ayr,'...;. 7:7,0. Ay A /... /...  ;: -Mr J. ^;f TliompsoK rO,f lhe'  ^^padyVgave'e^f^i^  Tavlor-^namelyi that Ue:w: tlSiiperitilenileai  Of the tvar������rk o|4lie.^Company, ;��������� -���������/- '01     :   ���������  ��������� I.- B. Nason^stat^d his attention was called  to the fact of .jlejendants: working plaintiffs  ground aborit*tour or five weeks ago ;  ibaf  on his way to. Quesnelmouth he inquired from  Nasmitb at Stanley as to the lines, and cpm-  .    .'-. ..MINING INTELLlGiNCa*!��������� ���������    :  :'... ^'' 1 yy ��������� u^iiTMNo ^K������fK. ,v.,,.. *,r 'y./ y a  . VanWinkI e /eoWw*Ash<'������ l *u0' ^4 b*V / lasV  week. and. 15.3 os. (6n,��������� Wednesday ;. Vtttpxii)':.  00. 04i pz. last wegk..: Vancouver co��������� 78 \i&/'  11 est; w eek\-43 <m :, oxv Wed u *^day.. Vulcan co .*  dtipzi. last weefe i2,0,A .W^ueriday... Custelb) i  co.;53pz.-.Jast w'eeR./A/. //A-''-<��������������������������� ������������������ ��������� ���������'" ���������-���������;0-.���������>!::  The Victoria $&( broke.. tbr^ugbr into-. tje '..  Van-Winkle on '.Wednesday* ���������   ': A. ������':$���������  r. .  p i 1 ed a J arge q! 1 an tity of, rocks on t he F1������ me  Company^ ground7.which would entail an;  expense of Wra^ $800 to remove. ./*'/;';���������.  \   Mr[B.mston(withsirPark)fordefendaats!  brieifly ppe^d their, case ao,d called  we are'-reliably, informed' that umninunu tf,    - -.-^-.v,   ��������� ���������    ���������'���������::������������������-;��������� s .,  ���������;.   . -    ., .��������� t .,  has orderedaconsiderable aujrmenmtion/ofl^^P^^ in: the fall 0  the army.statioued' at Singapore /and% flong  Kong. ������������������' ,? ;': ': A:   -    ' :' ":; yyi/'A   ' '..      ' .. /.y ���������  '..London.tfSth^-A disastrous flood occurred  .yesterday during a gnte.   In the Valley of the  river . Lee;: Sco Iia nd. . the river roae severa 1  m  insist that a European Conimiasion delegated rsaid he did not know whether it was right  by' the Great, Powers make .guarantee of nor did bethink any one could determine*P*  treaty.   A Viennadispa'c.h.fays it ia the gen- but that Taylor agreed it/should bethe sfak*  Wi  -     ���������: j^WBaukey will begin a aeries ������f rovival uieetiiign  ���������        ^^R^ November 1st, which are 60  continM������  all  rjgsipnofier.  mm*  feet and' inundated a portion of the city ot  Cork and. the country tor mtles around, occasioning immense.damnge to.property. Similar  accotinisbave been r������cei ved from other parts  ot I rel and and from Scot I and:  London, 29th���������A special from Ragiisa says  the insurgents of Herzegovina refuse to treat  fJirectlyr.wiU) ttbe Porte.   In any case, tbey  last*;year 'he .surveyedCdefenda.nts^ ground..  ���������lie wehrto/^r-ilje.cham, and asked that lie  'or fttr Nasonj woild /co'me. to. approve the  S i n ea on -the part* ef\ tb er !** 1 u ine J Com piiny ./i  that Nason was Mot there, and that ideachain 1  said he did not know about UieiinV and di*  reeled him (Capt. Evans)* to go'to Geo. Tay  lor, who could-tell him.   Wiiness went 4e  Taylor, and ihe two weut up first'tp the lowei  lines of the Bradley Nicholson co. arid settled  tbo N.W. stake.  They then went to the uppei  lines and settled   the S.W. stake. - Wiiuee*-  further stated that he found the middle stakf  (the lower stake pf the 200 feet)* and/Taylm  - - 0 ���������"��������� '- - -  kitsbon: ORBi*.;; "A \Ay.  \ -''  The company wnrking tiyt this rir������>!r'for the /.  past twelve months have got' tleir ditch  apff*  everytbing complen������.: but. no��������� 'yf������frv..' en'������f' Witi*  be obi iged to get their claim-laiil ctei' ftrths���������-  remainder of the seasc qA  ..,?���������/��������� -: :0 - %{���������$������������������;.    i: '  ^'���������������������������V-r'/'Prb^ X  ly/yiAyyA ymti^  j-*-. Ilis' ExceJleneyr t^e itieht^nt^ox^i^.'���������-'  (^as been pleased -&Q :&poio$7.iih^^e;? f^llowia^   !  ieutlemen to.be Retnr.uin^r^fflders. for  thti'y  several Electoral Dmtrietrset; oppbeite \helr;"'���������?.  :'; Eor the;Electoroil Dibtriet of''TaJeV.-T. CAMri; ;  bklb, Esq.. of Cache,Creek; vice A* IVMsbby,1 A  Esq., deceased. 'j ��������� -0A .  For ibe Electoral/Tfistrict of5 Koetenav^ O.  > ;w  Bo<rruv Es(jr.of* Kootenay.;viqe $<%Q. Hay0^,  mumcated the information to Mr 'Meacham "j SstUi whose appointment has '.hepp caecetled.  Further, that be believed* dtfendanls  had   pFbr tbe Electoral District.of;.KewtWesTmiiv  er.il opinion th������������re that  provoke a conflict.  Turkey is  trying to  POLITICAL MRK1ING.  St. Louis, 25th���������Genml John D. Crofton  l/r ^x-Ad^iutapt-^ Sta^e. was: ars  ;-^������re8ted_;at"bis home in Clay Courit^ yesterday  "j^WhargeS with forgery in conoection'with war  ^ BBlaims. elaimed while be was in office. His  l^���������on._who was his clerk,-was also an*eated-;fop  ^fiii������Qmplicity.in the offence.. ,' .-"���������._  ^Mm- TuseBn* 25ib���������The;:.Kasiem mail arrived  ^^pinehonrfl late yesterday; delayed oa account  ^^pf a heavy snow ..lorm.- In tbe vicinity of  tJtM^nver City,-New Meirlco-, snow fell to the  ^SJ^pth of 7. inches for a distance; of lOO.imiles.  ..������������������;q%m  ���������j i  0 . y.      EUROPE ���������..   London,   24th���������The   fimea t.brft morniuff  jiiblifllies a special talegram statin-ar that 250������  arlistaare blockaded by 10.000 AlphouRoiats  W* v1** Real,   They will probkbly be forced  ||������o cross the frontier,  S London,. 24th���������A sp'pcinl. from .Berlin says  |pi)Ui;ii!:Oii������rt.:]iave been banished to  Who petal settlements 'in Tiirkistah for having  Wesisted the new. military law. Many more  IggjNre Hk^ly to be banished, as the laws meet  wwith trreat oppositionin the Ural colonies,  ��������� A Paris special says the Prince Imperial  ������fli to make a tour of the world, oatensihly for  ���������gbis health, but really for political reasons.  B Vienna. :24th���������Private telegrams report  m}h*t Dervish Pascha has been surprised by  B������osiirge'nts and loatr.200.men..    7,  i London. 24th~Trhe "porte has notified the  g Great Powers that he has issued the ntnetest  gorders to the army to respect the neutrality  lofServia and Montenegro. ' K7  I Vienna. 24thT-Gambetta was interviewed  gwhile in Vienna. He said he'was not uneasy  Isbout party divisions or Bonapartist and  I Monarchial intriirues.. The Bpnaparlist depu-  |t.ies might obtain a majoritv in the next As*  Isembly, butihny wou*dnot be able tu solas  I the U-3*reuii������aetit or trailer the ifmjr^'"-' A'"-  ... KK-fraLKr CKBkk; Sept; 23'.  A: public meeting was held at the. store of  Messrs. Veitbatid Borland on Thursday, Sept.  ;Mr Wm.:fy\leys was called to the chair  and Mr McNab; appointeed Scretary. After  a few. appro prime remarks.- the Chairman  called on Mr Evans, acandidate for the Local  Ho 11 ye, to address the niee'ing;    '   .     > *  Mr Evans staled his views to the meeting,  toothing on a number of different questions  The terms of union, railroad question, &c.f  was. bandied in a mas te r 1 y ma one r, show in g  the necessity of the country taking a firm  stand on the railroad as well as on all other  questions of vital luipurtauce to British Columbia.  It was then moved by Angus Lament,  seconded by Colin Rosa,, that this meeting-  tenders its cordial thanks to Mi- Evans. Car^  rioit unanimoiisly. ^ Mr Evans .returned thank*  for the atteption with which be had b������en lis  tened to, and: thus ended the first political  meeting on Keithley creek  Mr Editor, it would be wyll far others who  :^ Sp ire to L������k is! a ti ve. h 0 n 0 rs to vi s i t this p a r t  ol Cariboo if tliey expect to poll ihe vote  here.j; ���������-.. , Mixer.  Baunard & Co.'s Kxprkss arrived a.little  after 5 olclock.yes terd ay afternoon. The passenger list will oe found in another column.  $&f Dr. Cuivp received a suppiyof fresh  drugs and medicines by yesterday's Express  Link PbWw���������Tbe Telegraph line has been  Witness further..eontradicled the -evidenc-  before stated aa to there being 15 feet pi creek  ground,     k . : ly/1     .   , , : /".  : Sam MOO and other Chinese witnesses wert*  called to prove that Taylor was*with Captaiir  ?Eyans:: at; thev:time* :indicHted,^ and������; frtrtbei  stated tbat tbey had reoelved,��������� no notice i������.  remove .the rocks. .'/    iyl-  '.A  Capt. Hobinson proved a previous aettte-  ment by Taylor of ihe upper stake of th\  ptKwnie^Go;: in which Tay lor owned.  I ^GeorgtevT^ylor was called for plaintiff*, a nil  denied having been at the middle st^ke ami  having agreed to it. He did not kuow tbiy  portion of the Bradley ground. ;.  Mr Burns't-piiJ for defendants, gummed op*  Capt. Evans Was a disintereated /witness*:  George Taylor was foreman of.the FJumr  Company, and bia,having, settled  the stale*i.  was conclusive against the company.   Thai  plaintiff* bad been guilty of laches/and.had  only disputed the/ground when it was found  there was gold in it;  and that the rock������ bad  been put out.oyptbe;,Mountain co.   ���������  r /: J| r - D*.tv|e ,said|t h aj; / the e,vid en ce <?f \ Potter.'  Nasm i th' ?iin d Hi nd's was overw hel m^uig.agains[  d e t e 1 n i anit������. an'^ 01 earl y *sbI />we/l %p i w i thV m hId  lag the c -otjidlc in by Capt E ans, ��������� bat the  dele 1 id *nts vliau  worked: 1 ne creek gt unn^.  Asftuming -for, ar!7umenvs Wak**. that Taylor-  wa-wroig an' Ca t Kraus rigb   as to.tb  .seirieiueot ui iherVukes, i'ayi- ������ suction di.  tint bind the Company.  He w. foreman on!\  0f the workitig of gr undj and t'8 Was pie  only authority given  to bim; "Counsel"ap  plied the'-same''argument _ to Mr Meacham.  'say in g t h at e ve n i f a 11  the rl j rectors o f t\}tif  Joint Stock Company Mte^ped out of the limits;  niA their authority, <heir action ceased to h\  1 hat of agents aci rig for principals Jespecia I ly  when that action was in derogation of company rights.  So-also the foreman of a regulat  claim coul    n')t, under Sec; 81 of tbo Milling  ct, bind ifle clainiholders iu sucb amatter  ter, Aoam JXcKspN, ,5sq ,tyice J...G.v Clauded  fclsq.,, left tha 'Province.'.'"' !'��������� 0;      '"'".-.  For Ibe Electoral- pwtrlct * of NanalmoV T.  L FAWCETTrEsq.;'vibe W.-R;-BpaHing, Esq.,,  who8e.tappoinjtment.ha8 been cancelled,,   vr  ., For thei Electoral District of >,Qowicli1 an, Kv  F00RP, Esq., vice; J..MoHey, Esq/, whose[��������� kp/.  puintorent has been cancelled. - A- A-A-yAy  :-\.-. y Xi0yy*���������:- XA.."-:-:'" .7- +-0y*y::A.0iAjs.X-  "���������'���������' . -..,.;.. ��������� Provincial SecretarvJa Of&tik, '* ���������  -;; ; ��������� ;��������� 3ptb August; 1875.y/  ...���������;'-.  .His Excellency thefc.Lieutenant-Goveraor  haa been pleased to place/Fkkdrrick Nimas  Fostkr 'and Hobkjst .Dunsmuib, BRqtiires, on  the Commission of fhe Peace for the Province  of Briiieb Columbia.*   ���������, -;. ; A AX'.Ay.  DECLARED BY CONNOlSSSUftS TO B  In continence p������ ^  Lea & Perrms MaMce,  which %re calculated to decern, the Public,  ���������7L^rHP������M^  fheirSignaturef thu&***  dow;n south ol' Soda Creek sin coy e*i terd ay.  .The Wrathkr.���������A light spriukje of snowiAfllljs without 'fehe^osenlof'atoajority^.and:  fell to-day,   .������������������ A^.:$~.  ���������?.���������������.**���������  '���������   'Jtim: GitAr will preside at the Fall A^ize  which will tet placed on every bottle q/���������  Worcestershire S($$ca$ .  after this ddieyand without whith noruy  is.genuine*   ��������� 7i y ���������..-. *.  i7i'iy<wM!>fr'ii P74.'.'.'./'���������'".'.;;��������� ��������� y/y..;,       -  \*> This does not apply io shipments.  [^/ ....^^^^/^'./^-^������|^^tf.  Ask fir LEA & P������mi^S^Sauce9  drid see NamAon Wrdppery;^abuf Bottle  [ 0. and]Sfofeerl\: A V;  Wholesale '-and'7/fof_ExpbHA.b/y.  ihe.  Proprietors, WorcesienC/osse^SlackwelK .  London* &c.,'&c. / and by Gpcm and  Oilmen throughout the World/A  ,0J  .... ���������*' - ^,-  ���������<���������'  ���������v..  I'LL Persons Indebted to,the ft������*ate.Gf iH������ , :  '��������� A. ��������� liit������ flrai������of COHSJN k HOFFM4S,  ar; B?ikop^ "  Vilie, ��������� Oowiielmoutb^-S'-gd- 'P9a.w\'RiT:'*,;ard.reqiif������irt4;:.  !to ������aUl������ tha>tnouat������';da������ .by tr.Sm", AfortytfrQ. lef������l.  !pr<j������atf.{iinfis ifill'ba l-ftfliiifcaUUUfer'^lM):r^ofafy'^th's'  iSrM i������*  *. ^  ^<  Xt'.'  'i^r.  ni  :::  K.  K"  m  Xl  Jk&l   '   JOSEPH ;Wi TRTJTCH,    '  X:.l-7X0-r tu.   <xfA.\ l-ui ������.-v:  ������������������������   .-;-.-'      -r ?*  .    0:1 0:7.-0 ^AHAJ)Aa0 y XX 0, ,  ?PROViNCE OFBUITISH columbta:  TtoroWiV. by the/ Grac s4 of Go <L o f/the Hn i ted;  Kftigdtijn i of * v .Gr^a t ' Bri inin. and ;;. Ir, ela n < 1,  XJnc>rK*JDefender.'of ^Tf-^ifh'J^^H*''1^'  To all to whom ths^e presents shall coaie���������  Gn^^Sa.A>., ;���������;...v-. '������������������. ���������; { ,iy/  " ^vAM0CLAMAfl0N.,''"':-:.  ,������|iiifa^ We.  . Aftto������pytiy���������Gene.rid'-;v;'^4;being 7 desirous' and.  t Vso) yed Jar so on im ihay' be, to meet. O fi r  Peopti of Our'proy trice .of- Bri t ish/ Col u m b iu,  and'ro' have their fad vice in .Our Legislature  d������ h'ereby, '"cy' ahd with'the adyice of Our  "fixecuUve Council of British Coinmbid;'sum'  tnbn an^iall-4<������gether: the Legi^latiye Assepir  bly of' Briliah Columbia;' tohifeet'atrOiir Citjf  -of Victoria, in our-said Province, on Moxdat,  l^fipt^^ay.;of^cembjer omxIXxa ... .,  .,;������������������  fill-; Tj^riMoxyr Whkrkop; sWe have > /caused  ���������":-'���������/ :0A"'.$���������"^^^&-&*":'' b^made, .'Paten U  vjsce to be hereunto atE^ed ���������: ^Wjtriesjv-  \.y Alike Ooborable Jmvm \Vij,ua smutch;  ���������  ' / I^i^teriant^t^fti^f v^ur aaidiPro^  vine* .ofABritis\Qo|qm.to>.Jn Oiir'City  ic^yicforU,^ this  1 Tijdrrieith dav-of:A������guat: ia'fhe ilm 6t  . *> /tint Lord^ne*thousand eisjht hundred  ,.   "    ������tifr4������tfv.en1^v^  Bark'rville Brewery;  KCi^a REEWiy^ to PB#i|rk Btits  PROPUISTOSL  0L.S.J;; ,t f . JOSEPH W. TRUTCH.  )y/7,A/7/      \^[dksAT>A.'^ . Ay   ry X  i PRpyiNQE X)F: BttmSH-COLCTMBiA^ ������  Victowa A. by: tfoe Grae/o o f God of the Uh i ted  X Kiugdom.of i Groati/Bfit.ain. and   Ireland.  i Queen, Defender ot.the Faith, &c., &c., &e.  To all to whom  these presents shall come���������  ' ���������  ^.GREETING.. : ;���������'/'     .;7i "-lit-A ��������� ..���������' 'A  ��������� ]70" {;^;pi^6clawation.;;/'   " "  <Wa>::^  A ttorhev General.      dieht to appoint addi-^ wlHbomaDafaeturod and said by Wa*J#islt'aaa B u*?* w^������l������',,������- w s������r... ojjik. uny niatt^r orihfcr  of Ah a community; or tor niukiiujiuiy juh.-r rnieutou  Ilk:** niUdro today former "Act. p������ii������i"i require n Notlcf  The best liiquors & Cigarf  THe Celebrated:  aaJeL  Al&  Harbor, Can:*!, I/iok. Daih or Sli������i<\-oroih^rHUf1 tvorV-  t/10 grmiittK of a right; ot Ferry-v ih������ Ihcorpofcuh-ti 0^-  any parJjcuUir iraUe or cat Hop, .or ������������f. any J.,|D| gtr^  CompitDy; or oiiHT.w.l8-: ,<jr ^ritntlng to *������yj"ji-UYiii'mi  or'lu'<:lrlf:UHlf any e\'c-iii*i������v. or pvculUrriKhtsornm  of -.Cariboo..and towliscontinne the place, ol  No.mi w \pn \ and ; Po 11 nt .lierri tic's ,Karm ,-i it.  :the 151 ee|.o.A 1. Dibtrict of New- Westminster.  and .fin(���������lber place to appoint in lieu thereof.  vN(1)W���������KWWYiEv;hHtby virtue pf the  autiiorities con'faioed in the lyA Election..'Regu-  1 ii110if;A.ct/-1871.'?.and 1 he ** .CjnuIiricati0n aud  . I^egist i;atui 11 of. Vb t er^.' Act. /1815.';' tite Li enr  t e n ah t-G o ver ri 0 r iu. G u uh c i 1: h e re b v p ro 01 a i ma  f t jiji Jt^a dd^tioniil Potljiig =P I u qcs sh al I b ejestab;;  jUsheg^n;Itfie^/'pl^o-raiv Dialrnst of%4jaribo<|;  ViK������|^y^ the^OllSe <pf ^^KKT^McLKlfiSli; Sodi(  Cr^jfc^m ^e/^il Hams ������&e: Pol li og .Division 1  iind?at ^iierhouBe of/'^VO;.- MclNNick at ?Aleican���������  dri^; in> fb^p^lil^  h Thajf,tha pl^ce \of, Noniinaiibn>of Gahdi-  dates^nS'the^goj/llng^|tyticeiiheretofoW ~ ap -  p 0 ih t|dj 10^ iff*, ar;Hei'riPr %ferro i������-i n - ib ������$jec,  tbralv District of * New Wesiminste^^shaiixbr.  ��������� d isg)n ti n iufd ytitifl,vit'lla *j������tl]j^pllwaVpf Somjna���������/  ' ^ n n ofVpa n d fd-i tes f<Vr 151 ect ton to. tho f Legis������.  ;WrAiir^H'i|vri^^-^_,    ���������-*.'- rA ^B^CLAaMTICysr.i  !-Aiffl.*:' '  :00/Ai/B00my  yy  :". ������������������. ���������, "������������������" y.  ::;-clSleclion to lhe L'egisratire Assermbly',i*n: tb'e^'  'Elec'tnrat District ol Yjile :  " **    , to be-herennto  affixed :   Wirne?s.' tln������  y'v -* Honorable  Jo'sw*rajV\ViiJr!,ia.Ml Trotch ���������  opastaatlv kept oa b������ad. ' , . ������������������ / *  -,.'���������������������������      . 'J'     - ��������� -.'���������.-     '        I    ' v . '     ���������       ��������� ������������������   ' f ..������ :..  The 'Lodging^Department  ; will .bo; always .earafully. attoade<5 to. and in* ft ������f  tBods and .aooomaiodatiou -vprdvidad farti|htir>r'eaa������  'itimavA'y'xy;:' yyxiy. Xi - ������������������������������������<������������������ ril.0X.'i:-r/-://...:   deXS  ^N&X^P.p.ORtotid  ii/HVrrES^YQ/'V^O CALL,AND, S"SE HIM^  ,1: -,_������ n d^-ge t, as uacn co nifort, for; tli 0.. iii $er tn Jin ^  Huyroibe'r ihari can :pn)vilie;,|V>r the samB^mbuiitvof  tan*[in theshape'Of^ .-."-'���������;/->��������� *-   :     tXn. -��������� ^.*<-  00Xy070xXA0. ��������� v.;*-- iyXiXy yAAXXAAXAiAA i'Xx  1 ���������. ��������� t-^."I: a , i. ���������> (v r~ "J" ry~7,- t ���������������,7~~Tr,~n-t'{^  : . ,;.-."_,.     .OP THE BESTjlJUALrm h rv   ���������, '-' X  A-:Xxyy7yyyyy yXXXA y-0y-  ������������������x>AX-^7  TyviLORiisiG business;  rH  no7  .;^;ffAjf-K ppiK|i;K  iHoant^Ov^tiior in Council hereby"proclaims/:  Atiud appoints^that the *plsce^for tlie 11 omination  latis&fd'tf^  for' the: Electoral l)istriet of/-V^leV  appmlits  '7   By'command^,.^,  1 ..  .   /'   JQK^'.ASlC^-f y������<  Xk  '���������y,   . .    y   Proviociali Secretary.  V>V *(. '-'"���������  -  puetiie  uwyk  Horxsz-  *��������� A0,|8{ivye{ar^>r </)ur/Keigo.:c ^ .,.. y ,;,,,  7      '  ���������iJByuomm'and."       -y\ *  . ''  .    ;^V>> -;-Jd'HN 'ASH; S V i r 1    ^  "   -" ::; ���������; ,-,\ ,_ i'Provin^JH^ Sesretary.';./  *X** ������������������ iohs- within the,-. ���������:���������'   .. ' '���������>  q%.y  C.s.|pot?^:;; i  r^;?^v?G/ilI?etoF^:i  :IN .THE, COUNTY'&im&WiOjf: BRITISHf  t OOtlUMBiAillQtiDKSliVJ^MjUBlELDy  ii^������MiMPTim:  ;yA0X.'..y0XxAy>  V  in;tb<5lriat(%  i 1 /^r-'r-- ^ahSiUi|it.r-^iJi:5i^r *������������������''' *T^-/^/-.v!^. :if':-;fp  jVT (VTICIS Is i h flreby i' givpii; th at/ .tlie; exa ml nail on,- .ft  4.1 ���������':/.tlie JJ inkrupt-.tippuintfad,to- bp;; hold ���������'.bei'oro tliH  ^Si'^OT  mm  . , (roVbrnmabt .OiBc*, Forks, of Qufsael.-i  -x1-- ���������  . - r, ���������y7Ax-,xfA.0Livmi-HA.mrA-.,  .      -:���������-���������'���������   * i.:> y   -.'������������������      ���������'   -;. ���������!   ,-'������������������'-; '  OoiUotor.  ���������I 'orli s ������f Qussa ei, J^a* ,1,: 1ST4.' '-���������  ���������A. AAAy^jiQAD',JA7kAA'"[AAAA.  XyrOTlW 7*"|T������^EBY GlVKNT that/a-Llsief ail pe5^  iH   sbuaiwithia the ,./;/*;/"* ;     ..   ,.  1 ������������������-v^^,L^td������ft^.J)}^ldlO*-     v/-;^;  c< tho i'tneofit^istrij^i wlioarejli-iblpfto^pay. Road TalT,  ���������/or tlie year;laTS cziti bfi/aa'an av my oflice daily, ���������;'*     "  .'/���������.-;.-.'. ��������� '!:I. y /'.'".V;: y 7'. A, -W. BMiTH, \ A ������������������ ��������� ���������  v *. ��������� ��������� ������������������:;- '.-^r;*^;' '-;- ^Assessor an.dcollector.* ..  ayiw^ Jn|,f,/!^..;;-,;,';;;:', ./'���������>-'���������.������������������        -.;/.. ���������/;  v* ..Ax a Puiu^fNpTlCEA y  "JtrOT-t^'l* HSW3,Y.'^ZVK������ that a>tfst of all por-  l s twVh* *A*ltbUitiiL������ ^icnft.-id. Lightning, and Qnes  is* ��������� iiii i*m 4r>- Pol a d* Di Vij-i :*n*j of ��������� the : Can bob  Dist riot  >-.'.-, m'o I{ublq:;..t^/.p';^;E%ViTftx for the year. 1874  *:*n b6 i.'i^a'ftt tlx<vHolt.������v?ia.^.placest���������-'��������� '���������"' 'A ' ���������.' "��������� ���������  &"}&������ floas%. Eichfi./.1*U '.."'���������'-  ���������---.'���������.   ���������'*.  .    ''. ^vi'^rnpt^Oii!^, vrrta.Winkle# ��������� ' '/  ?:  '    ^./...r';  -.,,-    ,-. JAMBS LIKDSAX-'V'.  '.. 'A'   A       ���������-���������;���������-'������������������' ,-   ,.   c^Haefcor.  v;-���������'rO ���������        C%eti -.'-*' v   " ,.,-.|-;'!,-.-fliij--.- -'���������:-���������-"' ���������  ASC  clynrly. and dtaiinctly KpfciJTyinis tlie uatur������nai! oiM<{(  of thc application, to l>������.piiiill*b.ed aa fellvvrt. via"*  j A Notice iBSfrtoii In' the Rriti-sU'CoiumuIr Q'0'u-  A n*J in ������>n������ n������-w.-p:-!p/r puhltNlreil in Hie tUf<tnct������i\  fwtfld, or If thor������ be no, ae^���������papcrtpub)l������h������d thon-ii  ihen la a liearjipiipe'r In: tlie- next .nearest tllitrict ii  w hlsb a ne ir8p.*i pur 1 a nubl ish ed. .  iv- ><* ��������� ������������������ : >.  ' ,   T.. Sucb auilcu eh'all.bo-.coadaacfl fn;eac"u,cait3 vf  . ?**}ed of at,least cl3,,vreokq������. ti'ming..-1li.9 iatrml'rrt  jtt m*> between ille closo* of '/th* ririi preco<(lng.'StiiiiSnr-  and "tbe const derniloirof. the 'j^ftiltlbn' > p1      *!     t  /     /������������������;. si&etpTp any 4*ctUlniji'lpra'yisJc'Ailr leavfr / to;brltl  in/a Private BUI for tIba������������������ir^^l(.>||-,;of:!A.^T������li,��������� Brh'gr   ���������  |pre������onted tn the. Housev,.tii������ :p6j^(jb: or poMniis iuuinl >'  fln������ to petition for ���������uch ���������:Btli.ahaU,/upjin givliigfilniao!  [tlS?e;pro������c,Tibei() in/tho preceiHnir R^leVaW<) iVth������ ������m^|  'tltnt, and, in,1^*i*m^ maimer, f lV0-nt*tlcej.of������.Ui(ijat^l  ; whit/h. they Inte������iV.| to fi sfc, tbe,eitisii l-ol, itlio: pri y n'm  a-fra'ntf������ht;ofrt^^  abntroents'or piers foV the V������������i<%e^^b  la'&tlt m-entlonlng alio vrheLher they tntend' to terici'i  y rawbrliif s> /or, Bbi-./anrtj.tboiUhifnRians^^  '/'v'v    i  '���������..���������"' "Y, X"--A*i. ROLAND,HKTT,    (   ;=':  'p,r1/J?t-^:I ^q������rfe^We;Xegislatlve^werahly._���������;  Ihiporier and 'Dealer -ia;;  yxyrnxyxy  y������&''AXi  xi  r;^EPP.T:..f6r;PXQNEER' MJLtSv^XTRA^^K  -'������������������;;^;;;' pfi  r-vvvi, v; "^Bi  '10*8.  ������i:  ^rifE������/T0^NNaUX0EtHAftHKT/HAVB!IEM6riCv  Hi>;* t<*������?tb������i/������p'i������ipuKpf 0in������esrorinerlyifenbwDtft6iF^  4t.  George; ^stloon, where theyv will .ba-atillitlnt**  07ep:\rcd-t6i������urnlshur;-s fv��������� ,.,.������ ,:- ^u^:.^', .".^ X**  BOARD     A NyD  SF^r "���������,-'i''-"i"-':-^'"  .'.lit'*-  ;.0ujl��������� ttMoriea^tock:o:f ;LA-C^V;;RIBBON ^^p;:  ^i;'&c-.^or^a^te������^)Bii^G^ntj'eaeoi'iu.-,:i":.' v.'���������; jBBhm  life ^ ^r Mfi^li ml^! ^-1*;  ' J&r? 4; P A'; ^������^  _ E^I^r'-;  - Tt 1^  B-An 18 ��������� rurntshed wjtb  fTQtJORS and CIGARS. . "  Board, ������������������-..���������  ���������it*  '      ' 7[UATS LIPSBTT'Sa  I A.   bXrker VlLLi/ ^  0 a'    (ROYAL HOTEL 'JB&ILDJSG,)*'*!"  ���������^y X0ym0Xi itt.4QK$tt ^&.m0^  i?te:rs  o.  ���������yft  vVlTH- FOBRTSSTf; begs/to infbrmhisfrle^^  1. -fff:.: "arid: ib e pu b He."-um t he -has pnreli1 aa ed: thv fea ���������  hrtiri -in  Barksryil'l^ so-wait /known  asv KipietCfp'  'i-tfiloon, ;wboro .he will fdiapensa (or an :������qaiyaient :^|  ^ ^"' *^ ^^& dilKafis  jeS������ir/--./..v.'  best  ��������� *.',.  i* on4xaiid e^ery (Mng  >a#liberally oxrende^tetbaaldfirm  SQLB: 4GEN3S //F-QR^  'WS������  J:  ;rv N; B;���������Tb i n Paten t ^ seen re a fo r' tlie'; UmUf H  States,*' Canada; ?Wngland' and Germany.r(      ^^Bj;  .  (Twelve Miles from yiot^ria,)  SOUTH 3AANI0H,'V.i. ]  RE prepared to furnish ttimber al fthelr t&Uta,  William Creek, ar. deliver it to, order. . 1.  LUMB ER DELIVERED ON  CRKBK;   "  .^Having a Planing Maehiae ia' .'eparatis'ft taey srt*  iilsb furnish ' . . . 4 . \        v  PARIBOOITES VISITING THK Sea Com  A J will find-, thc ���������Mount Newton Hotel'one ot th������^"l  pl������aasnt resting-places n>ii the Zshmd.. ��������� \-y-- ,  : The Houso is bfindsomely.fuVni9liedi.the Beds fli?{*  f!VtS8, h li il the 'Bar Is 'well stocked wi tb;choiej������ Wi������?5'  ������>*?  Liquors aad Cigars.  .DP  IESSED IiUUMB!  BARKiSRVILLB,     '.';' y[.yiAl  Auctioneer!,C c������ m mim ititi  .and Mining Agent,  SE  jgggrGoads rssolvad and fltored \b M^k-PBOOT  "CELLAR, fcad lifeQrjtladva<se������9 f&ty ja'iiia "*'  .    ..'.,-; 'r-v ;.        //.Pfpprietea  ffifiS'  THSfi^or-xowiN-as  ;;;>V IB'"AW *.(  dated 15th Mar, 1872, from'-'an'W'iD,h.* I*^S  "  taut of -HbrningBlisra, uear.-Warinin������t"������   m0  ; .... Wilts:-   , ���������  , ....      :  ':; B  ***       -   ���������      -pujiiir* ^k  "I must also beg to say that* your  1 me, and 1 <  obnd sleek :..  w  Ifoofl appfctite,'; This is owiui: to takiuf ^  an excellent medicine for me, and 1 cflr1*-? J  do' enj)y {fnoU litf^lth, sound sleek Hfll  PHls.    1 am 73 yetira old.  ver/-'���������; ���������  ^.Remajnius, Gentlemen, yoaw ry%-y ���������m  I :ja������-i  THK CARIBOO SEN. INKL  SATURDAY, OCT/*. i875.���������/  5 BLlL5f  J<       V -J  ���������party tfci.  ���������Kemblydf  ��������� lifcBntirn/"  Ut'CtUH of  o'Roao, <,r  ttlCfitifi  Ilk* work-  ������o������tl������ii������<ij!  vim Stock  in-driiiuii  'ts'or priV  ' or "ibtdf  tt or JiFRp.  ular chit  >nieMii������i'|  ������ Nutlet  nail oiij<-{(  .'������������������ vij!:  ������.cfc*tu,  ifctnciif.  ���������d tlKMB,  lift net ii  Sb'CRIii.yf  ntcnrji^t  '.to brlii/  Br������<:fr  as ititoiii  II? til" fi!i  I'thvuistv  ftlMi.rsid.  .w������'n't8  >t vt -tjieSf  ;o-.crjci'i  ilift/snn,  **1   ���������   r    >:  PUBLIC MKETING.  Aceordiog to public notice, ameeting was  held o������ FrifUy weniajf for the parpoie ol  ilea ring the vie wa of tbe candidates for lhe  representation of tbe district-1������*tb������- 1-ejl^  tivo Assembly. Tbe meeting-"wm largely at-  tended, and among tbo������B prwent ^e notipeil  many minersirons tbe outlyingcreeks. .���������"���������������������������.'���������: ������������������/-'4������g fromCanada f ��������� When*- we.wenfcinfo Con.  ...������ ..t AT.elt    J  f^       nruat   a<&I1aJ4   ia ika   aKiI *}���������������       fA'iaMilAM '������������������>������     bits  ploy moot -.'.to unsuccessful mi new-when1 tbey  we������ut to ike Aow������r country. The resources of  tbe oouatry require to be made prdlitlc. Dis-  puse of yes r. tea a a ta bo . as to raise wealth  from tbe soil.- The cosntryin behig opened  tip by roads benefit ling ttm settler/aiid the  New Westminster road, again at which an out  ery had been raided by a few people on the  Jala'-io". lutd already brought .lernew settlers  to tbat flourishing'district; ��������������������������� Money U required  to' build roads and bridges, and ibis brought  htm ��������� to ��������� the Loan qnesti**.'con^rhing/wbiqb  a friw jpaeplewere puzzled. K> Ate wis borrow:  A,  -  '-   i '.  Mii  li?  Jonathan Nott J.P., was catted to the chair.  The Chairman, after briefly - explain!iur' the  object ot the mealing, invited the candidates  pn*ee^t to come forward and/explain tieif  views on the various issues ot the day.  Hok. Ma Walk Kit waa first called upon, and  whs received'witti loud applause.; The bon.  yeutlemao expressed his thanks for tbe kind  reception he hud received oa bi������ arrival In  Cariboo after a long absences He said:that  fee had carried out the pledges whleb he bad  made previous to his election ������o the last Par-  iiament���������n**ni**lj, tins reduction cf niiuers'  fees, the alteration of the Mining Law so that  two thirds of a company should have (he  power to'work tbeir mining ground during  the oloae season,und several other alterations  rendered necessary by the changed condition  ������������1 the mining in teres*; the abolition of the  toad/toils, Jas.: lie took credit for represent-  ing the views of -the.-.miner*, and had done so  <<������ the best of his ability.   As Prime Minister  ��������� w  lie was responsible to the? House and the  people, and the policy of lib1 Government bad  been to carry oat, public works which would  open up the country for settlement and assist  in t^e.developmentol its resources. Cariboo  ���������held, in her hands, through her representa-  tfroa, the weal or \roe of every district is the  ���������Province, and it was for the electors to say  through their representatives ,whether- th������  ���������provitiee snot* Id progress or retrograde. No'  Government was wholly blameless and be  did not presume to say that his Government  had not bem guilty of sins of omission. Re-  sponsible Government was in "lis infancy ��������� In  this province, and ths Government had severe  jtr i a Is to contendyxith. There was no. cSuse:  4: ti}be *������t?j en oe/o. Y party linen in t bis pro -  viiice!,*;of/for nnowessaryv dimension.   The  federation we Jiad* a staa!lerr debt than the  other Provinces, and the dfferenee was  settled on the basis of populatibn/wbicb Entitled ������* to have $969;()6o placed :to ronr  credit. We are drawing out of that money,  on which we now receive ������ per~cerit interest;  for the purpose of building prod net ire-public  works ; and surely that mo ney [Is wisely expended 1n this manner.- instead of feeing  locked tip and. bearing a merely nominal in/  terest ? - Belter leave the Province if jyou can-  not, improve it by ..a judicious expenditure.  With regard to the Crown Grants Act. intru~  dueed by Hon. Mr Robertson, he hadnever  seen the Bill before it wag laid en the taoie  of. ths House. After pwrnsing the Bill, he  immediately notified the miners add -asked,for  instructions. His tell������f ram left Victoria on  the 5th of the month, but the line beiii^ down  aureod/wHb Mr Walkem on the Loaii q������esr  tidMilandibfe would take tbe maney to build  .roatln\.>hr%ngb, the /country./.; He b,ad;/.opnfi'  donee7 in^ltbe > resonrces of. the conin try, and  lo*ked-fo^ard to a bright future/ In less  than to y|ars?he beiievsd the/province would  eoatain. a?tposulation . of a million souls,  providedpe.Oansdran Pacific K.R. was.built;  iJoJifonilsupi otl Soveramenit in evory right  measnr8t4ad wom'd dp bis -best ;tp assist his  honifriend>n hi������ right':(MrVWalkem) (Ap-  plaufe.) o^rlSvaiisc^nclhded his Remarks by  sayin^th^if^dectedr hs jwouJd .faitktully  ser^e :hi������/i?iHisiiiu^nts. (Applaise.)/ ... . \  iai'7B������$$.*os bmng sailed upoa gave in  scc6wntijj-fhKs politflial :oondiibt during tb^  time he^#r*sented vCariboo in/the Legisla-  tu re* 7 fligttad supported thf-pwaent Govern/  ment.:Wb^s������cpolicy tie had approved of. That I  Ihe.GovB^nsnt.has been right bn/thoRail-  wnr t|oe8li*in is clearly shown by ,.Lord Car:  narvon's^final dispatch.: What other course  is-left tb>ns-excepv to sustain a Government  wlri'ch wejbelieve to be acting in tbe cause of  right? L igivregards the Ast which placed  miniftg gpVutid in the same posittpn as land,  held in; t-f^.simpK- be would say that be bad;  been from; the first in - doubt as to the proper  working^ the Act inlhs.Garibbodismct.  The Acttinld been forced upon the House, in  which tba Cariuoo members woiiid have been  'causeieNsiyioierwhelmed. and all. that conld  bedone.was to carry ther rider" moved by  Mr Walkem to enable any disiriot by a two-  on the Mainland, it did sot reach Barkerville .      .  until tbe:i2ib. anu a public meeting was held third -vote to^ withdraw the Act from opera  on the 15th tu consider the matter: ?A  reso-itioniii^liat district.    It elected, be wo   c  Inlion  was   passed at that '."ideating, but the wl ins|med m^������l^k^^^^^  telegraph line having went Atiwti again.n did |-.po"licy bitherto.piirMted by the Local Govern,  sot reach Victoria.nnrii after/the teti������ination jtii^a^(,Mo^ey was.u^*?^7^f^i^^f^  of. the session.   A;' ter referring to\the requirements of the district, repait������: tu roade ami  trails, the Cariboo hospital. &tr.,.Mr. Walkem  again returned thaBks.lo the miners of Cari- ( ���������   . ..   .-   .  ,,.,  boo. who had placed him in tbo prond  posi- ceq������������rector these purposes should be taken  tion.- he n.������w occupied, and, resumed h ia .seat fro ui the-Jarge sum standing to our account  Of building* roads, trails and bridges and for  the car mug out of the public school system  which had been so.-tar. success! ally'in augu  rated, arid  be considered   that the   money  amidst loud applause.  MrjDayik was next called upon:  j, with* .the ;i><vmin ion.  lie said'i^ ^a; S^soWn WAhK������R next took  tbe: plat  Brilioh Columbia,  though  riot now enjoy ing ^  form. -lie/said he had been presented-.with a  13BQXS;  all the advantages she :&ad;a rigbt.to expectifeqiii������t}\iin.asking him to come forward as; a  t rom i the V won.  was. far my re prosper*, n s  f-ban if; she  bad not entered it/   Canada had  released its of our debfe, a'nii'by direct and indirect payments gave fo  tis'at:the present  .   .. r . . .. timeb>lw������en>ijrht and nine hundred thousand -,*...-.   ��������� .��������� .    ,  - 4>SVe"fflw^nt.>rii >ntrusted with mu<ib wwk/ tfnttir^a&f*^ l������W^|WM^^ T^f%i "������ivPJ^5e^  ^plru1^>to^tt������^  Railway-question..be; was^a Kfitish/Coluin^  Wan; and 'shiiiiid alway* jnsis^'in a frfm and  temperate amnner upon its cdnstructiou.-    He  f^ir'j^d'vthe adoption,of7/tbe municipal sys'em,  ;;*������fwiu cfi.  wbu Id throw in to *he hands of the  '���������"���������.-*������)���������������������tile  the muoagemeitt of tbeir own saffaim.-  *hd knowing: ibe wants of tbeit districts, and I had'ne^iijeetioii to .taking over: the f 900.000  l������einvr on the spot, they would b* better able  cau/di$a't&/*. He w������s in favor of -opening np  t h is: di^ftlct by h nil d i ng ro ads an d t rai Is ai|d  tbongb tv/iliit Cat i b oo had n ot reeei ve ft h er,  fair sham; of tha money expended on public,  worktiA\f>f r .Walker was very %risf, in his re  ?off-  .M  Viy  '.M  lAtSr.  yy i-.-'v  a.   -   .-.-ai,'!  rUnit<3  ftsna  h Coast  ths m^'  e'ds fl^l  m Wi������flji I  m  M,A 1  detos*  1  WS  Wmm  insttr,*; Mm  jqrtafni; fer������,  00 Mm  ih:   Wm  to expend the revenue of iheir districts.  The  Terms  of  Cotifedsratinn' and the   Railway  contract were ttnui touched  upon.   Leaving  e-'ide all other issues, it was our duty to see  *be railway bargain carried out, but not at  the expense of the   pound  of  aesb.    The  epeaker then explained  tbe position  of tbe  Government  with regard to Jtfr Edgar���������an  egrfiit sent with aeimpie letter of iutroduotiui),  without the power to bind his Governtafrnt to  ratify any bargain which he might make iu  (their behalf.   The.Government had   treated  Mr Edgar with courtesy, had listened to his  r pro p02$a la, but w hen Mr Mackensie was'/ leie-  grap bed- to b y t be Lieutensa t-Go?er n or, ask -.  ing to be informed wbether- Mr. Udga'r  was  empowered v to negotiate with this frovern-  ment, and whether proppsitioiis purporting to  be made by bim ou behalf ot the Dossinion  Government would be ooasidered binding by  ���������ahat GovernB8ent,,, the reply was, *' I refer  ���������Ministry to my letter by Mr Edgar; which  sufficiently indicated his mission, and which  they reeognised.   He is now recalled, and I  await bis return and reports," The liret direct  reply was received from Ur Mackenzie two  men ths afterwards, when Government was informed  tbat Mr Edgar's propositions were  withdrawn.   Mr Edgar's real mission was to  report on the state of British Columbia, not  io enter into negotiations for the settlement of  the railway difficulty, British Columbia would  never be a country until opened up by eowe,  Ahing more than wagaa roads and trails.   We  bad Confederation oil paper ;   but we want  something    more   binding���������the  iron   rati  The  real struggle between British Coluuibia  and Canada was about what the latter considered the harsh eoBdftion In the terras binding  her to commence railway construction simultaneously at both ends oi the Has.   No Gov-  ernmerit would be supported that would not  carry on this struggle with spirit, and demand  ihe carrying out of the terms arranged by  Lord Carnarvon.   He bad fought for both  ittr;J*.S;-THprai^  upon: said that.after the lucid manner injwnich  the actions of the .present Government bad  i from Canada.   The money  belonged  to  ns. been explained by the Premier and tbe satis/  H was the difference bHtw*������n our debt at ttte factory comments-made by the other .candj-  tisae of union and that of other provinces  We required money tor pub lie works. JNo  new.^kmmry nid ever 'progressed without  money, and wa could-make better use of this  than the 5 per cent, which Canada allowed.  CttHfcoo waa entitled to iU'jus't prqportto'n ol  tnese moneys Ah. of the general -revenue."  Tbe lower country had been aisde and was  kept up by   the miners.'  l?ast year, this dis-  dates. there was little left for him to say. He  eo^sirtered thatit wa* his duty of the people,  of Cariboo to support the Ministry. The most  gerions charge" made against them by the Op  position was that tbey had been guilty of  spending too much money in this districi.  TOeye oilseed tied the extravagance of building, a bridge at. Que������nelmouth, which ha'd  been urgently needed So long.   They derided  cessfnlly consummated.   With regard-1������ tba/  Loan qn es t i on, ab on t w li icb so mWny ] m ie������ -  /  representauoris bad. been mede, be wag in  favor ot drawing all the money we reqmreil  for nsefhl public works, and did not consider-  that we were borrowing a dollar from Canada:  until we bad drawn the :fn 11 .amount,'of,, one/y ��������� 0y  allowed debt, as.every province was fllewe^- ;-yy -  to d o by I aw. i-'] A������ to tie fa\ ) a cy.-.-wbieb ^Isa-jl;:, ��������� r y i  been jpropoimdedTJthaCb^  on the sums we drew, we snould likewise; hii5?<������ x  to pay .interest: tin thesame. 't.He ide ?i,-waV-*it jyafe ;���������/������������������,:.. ������������������.-. ��������� k ���������  absurd.. CaiiadiV stood tow������rdshs in th'^pos'v -x  /tibftViif a Bank in^hish .sre.hVl_/mbo^;-.Jytp'i.^Xx  at our eredit, w,hicb we;could draw: wh������t|/fca;..<.i..-:... y  W an ted' and' Aej^nsft;:-ag's 1 n/!- s t Amy; ��������� ti^Ayr$A/:: A/- ��������� \i  wiahed;. while.JasVt.r the -argbmedt tkai^TOJ^^jAj  tb*- present- imgatisf^ctbry/relations e^  between. Canada and out salve*; we shoiildfnteZ!&':x'']  pi a ce ou reel ves n n d er an.' "obligadoa;; by; 1&:?*lyA.  cepting \money from her. be tholight we Woijrt.'i $  ; ���������  rstlier be eonferriv.g lban. iucurriiig tbe: obIt-r,..  iration. as Canada could borrow In/'JSnglan<t ..���������'������������������:���������  at 4i per cent, iostend of paying,' us Tt.   Hev  concluded by'moving; tbe:. following resoln-  tion :, .���������':'" 7 ._'_.: ���������   //': .-... '\ AXs  -: ������������������ Resolved,���������That  tbis  HteeIipcr  heartiiy.    :     .:  approves of the general policy of onr/Provib- / '  clai Government tipnn the Railway, Doek:; and  ������������������  Loan questions, and in opening up. ths country, for settlement; .and it pledges itself f������r������ A/y/A  rnpport at the ..corning election euch.Caudi^- y-00  dates only as will advocate areonHriuan*ob;-:b'f.;^'^^;  the Government policy, U being weil/calcu/r4'vii-fA-y  hied to advance the welfare" a on interfsts 6f k. "��������� ;  the people of ibis district and of British Co- '������������������'lyy"7  lumbiagenerally," -A '        . V :.i- yy!  The resolution was stebnded by MrW.Hv7'.->.^  G. Thompson.   ;/��������� -7 .v...-* A/iA'AA   -xy'y.  , Th e Clm irm aii then p u t ' th a resTil ud .ni t-i \  the meeting, when it was carried by <me uiiv- -  versa I aye.    '*'<..' '    '���������'/''*-     -.-: *. -������������������*���������;���������; ���������<:."*���������' 7 y\ A  A vote of tbftnks was then : mtired, t^/tbe *) Ay  Chairman  and Secretary,7and  tlie -m-e^ing//  separated. :..':-���������  v--- '";       *���������* X' A  70\ ! M0  -. >, ������>.. 'Ay>yy>  V'\.  .-1. Ja-- * >������ i  OUR MINERAL WEALTH -RICH ASSAT>  A From two specimens of rock sent from.  Okanagan the fo J lowing yejy satisfactbry ae v  says have been iriade^ttiis7 week' at' the gov ���������������  ernment ^say 6ffic^:-^One yielded. ;/at-;:Mi**..v:  -,���������..���������-.-.',.   /;  A<fyA:&A^'ii&  yykyilgygfz.0  8pennyw#ight������ go ld^  BULLY FOR KEW /WESTMINSTER CITYt  Dickinson, a snpporter of the Walkem GoV^  ernment. wai elected on Thursday, by a im&r.  jority of 21 oyer Mr-Ho) brook. x.A -'  trict yielded $39,000 to ihe revenue. Mmtev j onr minea aa of no practical use to.tbe^ pro-  expended in opening up thorough means ot vioce, and wished to reimpose the road tolls  communication with undeveloped b'tiimporr.-  an i at in in jr e *������c tiers would be 'more reproduc  tive than money spent, in pther part of the  pro vi n se. The n ol \ey ot the /G< i ver n men t on  the 'Railway question was good; and would  recei ve bis support, so/ aUo with / refer en a* to  takimr the money from the dominion and >iie  Pry Dpek. As to new measures which the  Government might put forward, be would, of  oo u rse, h o Id hi mac i f e ti ti re ly in dep e nde n t / b u t  would vote conscientiously aiid to the best of  bis judgment. Cariboo for five 'years past  bad been the field of his profession, and he  so that Vancouver Island .might derive the  benefic of all Pur revenue^while we should  hear the whole ei.jpense of ks^p'qg/tbe roads  i \ 'order, wh 1*1 e t hey c Iarnored. \or a protisctive  tiriff to au pport the farmers. >/He/wished to  raise no sectional issues^ Bupfi/as lesders of  the Opposition like Messrs. 8mithe:and Hiim  pfereys were efideavorin% to do, and felt certain that no one tu Cariboo wished in any  way to injure the farming interests either ef  tbe* Mai n i and or Isla nd. bu t he - obusidered  Ibat the miners of this district might be es-  ensed  iu  thinking, that tbey bad done infln-  would faithfully serve the constituescy.   (Ap  planse.)       .      " ��������� ' ���������'���������"  Xlirr. EvA*K*������said that In ofieriog himself aa  a oaadidate ter the third time he felt like  Robert Bruce, who had tried; and tried again,  until he had conquered/ He was not an opponent of the present Government; on the  earnrary. as long as they done their duty, be  Would support them. Let there be no mistake  about thai. He- agreed with the Railway  policy- of the Government, Conferieration  without the railway was Heel ess. and the rait-  way .would bathe highway-of the nations.  He t/as in favor of the general principle of  the Mining Law giving miners, the privilege  of obtaining titles to their claim v bat would.  like *o see the expenditure on each interest  increased--say $1,000;instead of $250 as at  ��������� present.    Miners after expending large suras  Mainland and Island interests, and it would j nf money on tbeir claims should oe protected  have been an injastice to the Mainland if thei from jumpers. Eight out of ev*������ry ten of the  first offer made through Mr Edgar had been Cariboo miners had availed themselves of the  ^accepted.   He believed railway construction [law, atni he complained that titles bad not  been forwarded wilh sufficient pro a pi Rude.  The law should be altered so as to meet the  case ot individual miners, who could mtt obtain grants at present.- Vancouver Island  farmers were crying mil for protection, but he  would not grant protection to ihe disudvau  tage of th* 'miners. Tbe mi tiers of  Cariboo con tr. ib u ted. m ore to the reven u e  BWIhe wht>tc���������|fc^ll9l*Ofc7ol^t3^;IsIi|^i   Be*  had no lntentioa of quitting 'MX If elects ft,'be V-ely more towards maintaining the country  syould be commences/on th? Mainland next  year* and tbis was owing to the prompt action  ef the Government. The hon. gentleman  4ben spoke of theBaquiraalt Dry Dock, an important public work. He bad succeeded,  ���������while in England, in Inducing the Imperial  Government,to give $100,000 more towards  its eonstrnetion. Prtfilie' wirks were a great  hwitiM ty the.l'rvvlnc*, Jirtd "srotsM afeVtl tffitf,  inan the faimera. who. after seventeen years  experience, for thirteen of which they bad  had the benefit, ot a protective tariff, prer  tended stilt to be unable to make a baresubv  sistenee witbont protection,* Hs was satisflft  that-if the amount of revenue contributed by  each district from every source, together with  the value of its productions- conld be aseer-*  tailed. Cariboo would stand in every way far  ahead of either Co wichan or Victoria district,  the strortaholds of the Opposition, who, mad  for participation in th* spoils of office, clamor  for the downfall of a Ministry which has done  its best.to respect the claims of the varioti*  portions of the : Province in the distribution  of public ra^nev for improvements. With  regard to the Edgar difficulty and the Mission  to*England, ho considered the Ministry deserving of the highest praise. They had shown  a true apsrit in-resisting the plausible and insidious attemnts of the Canadian Government  to Impose upon ns terms whieb might have  (���������tardedrailway constructioa on the Mainland  feran indefinite period, and have shown that  they eonld not be deluded with specious  promise*, which h^ believed were never m^anl  to be performed, Th*5 mi Son of tne Premier  to England had been the means af inducing  tbe Imperial Government, lo give a very large  additional subsidy towards the construction  of the Graving: Dock, and he trusM thsfc this  Fm������ Brioadb.���������At the annual meeting-of  the Williams Creek j'ire Brigade, held onithe*  7ib inst,, the following/officers'wer*/elsefied-  for the ensuing year: .  Captain���������S. A. Rogers.  =������������������.;.���������; 1st Lieutenant -John Bibby.    '    ^     ./���������    ������������������-'���������  :/td JLIetitenant���������-R. Toimie.  / Tre'as u rer-^E. C. Neu I el d er (re-el ected J.  Secrets ry0 AI ex,������Mouat (re^el^cted). ���������  /  Steward -^F/Perrett.  Rranehmehrr-Upper Tank:   Wm.  Forrest?.'  Lower Tank :W. B. Steele.  Finanee Committee���������J. Bowron, Benj. Van  Volken burgh, and N. Cunio.  Fire Wardens��������� C. Hagerm-tn, A. P^ndola^  J. St. Laurent; W. B. Steele. . .      ,     .  Th������ Mail arrived about 2 p.m. to-day. Mr  T. R. Pattnllo and Mr Browu ,were passengers by the Express to Lightning.  MINING INT-BLLtaEXCK'-  Tan Winkle: co. washed upj4t*4 o*.*-Issi  week, and IOTob.. on ��������� Wednesday'; Victoria  co. 3T9 ok. last week. Vancouver-co.. HZozr  last week. Vulcan co. 110 ob. last we^k.- U  i* reported that ibe Eleven ot tlagiand/will  be on good pay next week.  TT  ..... ....,...���������. _���������...... -.- ....,.���������. WM... w.v yoti.s>..-H.BPRT-AiXPASs.)i  ijnj^rtkot mft iitgbiJ b:<? fywniiywi ftrer' fyr������&^**&^*^P^  Bbhsklet, September, 1869.--Gentlemen;  I feel it a ditty 1 owe to you to express my  gratitude for the great benefit I have derived  by taking * Norton's Camomile, Pi I hAt lap..  plied to your agent. Mr Bell. Berkeley, for;  the above-named Pills,,for wind in the stora*  acli, from whi eh'1 suffered" excruciating pain,  for a length of time, having tried,nearly  every remedy prescribed, but wiihout deriv?  ing  any benefit at all.    After taking two  bottles of your valuable. Pills, I .'was quite  restorAd to my usual state of health. . PJeaso  give fhii publicity for the benefit of tjosa  who W. y be thus afflicted.���������I am. sir, truly  To tb������ Pro-ftf-fe&.-jfo  V  - ������������������������* .7 : H'&  \f&  TMCAHIHOO  iSMtJKWT������".������CT.^,-'l������i������.  ���������as?  -dAniBGO SOUND TO TUB COUE!  yhtirepnri- of "���������be tersely attended  tniieji9������ .biKHb Barkeryijieeh Tfc-ofeflayeve-  rdnjf-. fine :Rejiolufion. adopted; withoot a dissentient vvoice/being raised aga!atl it, anil the  j>ob]fohed addresses of;lb* new ^orideal ean-  dfdaW already in tbetie-IH/ahow tbat.*tbe  %e*ri of Cariboo.' as rej-iresen I ed in tbe chief  trvwn of i ��������� the d ietrict, Is indeed eon nd to, the  eoreV  Tb* view*?of the eandlflates-.on fbe  ���������pol itfcaV lames of lhe day, are nomtstaljHbly  e-fpre-eWf i* tbeir published addrfwieS :le jHe  *i*otora, and injly.endorse the -paHey. of the  '^Talbeto Government.  -Let the other district*  *f the Mainland follow the example ot Hew  *^e?t^in������ter t>Uy 'arid' District, by rettirniag  TrsUK/MBN;-ie represeat them in iije I^giti-.  ivnte;   Cariboo wilt speak  in   two. weeks  Woes'* by returning- ti^r triled- representative;  {JV������L A. W atjckm , and tare utlier get i 11 am��������� ti  *������1l.*   * U I. g Ive b ia Go ver h m e ii t -a ii; bs������ eat  tup-port. , .,-.'.��������� ..-.-,-.-. y,y..   Ay AyAyxyx.y-  ������*-  ef Sew Westminster its nsslena local flema  of arrivala and departures of tailors.' shoe  ���������atker* and pre'acbars to and from ths swamps  arid <set������Hnu houses of liaaglay. ChHJiwhaek!  and cnimas;. and devota seiaeitctle moretime  acfd epacd to the timbering of sora������ ���������schtinf to  develop the internet iu queatloa, which I think  has bitter te been grossly neglected; /If inch  were done.Itbiak the country could be '*.. yet  rtifle^l from lhe tjlonjh of, despond in v which  we find it. This country was wont to be called  one.of ihe. brighteat jre-aa iii her Majesty's  Orowa'./ v Gran ted ; bnl.whata pale and sickly  hoe it fiew.sssnmes ia soritraat to those HJs  tfnrrbn&ded by, one ean readily imagine^  paled even by/the light Of Fiji. But why  should Jtbotlyet asanme its,, wanton vlitstre, if  its tiiaibw ������snraad nfneral^ resolircee; are only  properly hand led f The question Is, have we  the minds in the --country capable of graspintr.  -the aubjeet *? 1 fear not, so long as we-bave  men of "the mental calibre of ho ree who are  sow* prilling forth as candidates for election.  1 simply write the foregoing tof Invite Aleeus-]  ���������Jiofti "      7x7f. TaafVAS.  &*ia Creek. 26th September:  :���������,.,;wfcw AnvFinTis^Mswm  Rnrroa SKKrfMsi,:���������Of late we have been.  nmndated by .surveyore. surgeons. cowials.-*''  ea? lea.: ititl g������o fug ist*. V Of: t-h e.a ti I Ity a ( * he.  .JoV'mer I-stippose.wo eaa Lave rto doe hi   bat  ^hHeeryices of  the. latter gentlemen.-as now  Employed, .t-ibfnk ti gH^stionabte.   If.Vtbese  worthies are "a necawaty append age\t������ .(Jaiia-  -dVa tor ni ot Government. could their services  ymol be given ta auch away -that ihe country  **targe, would be. mere apt .to.- derive pW-  tuanent   henefli   therefrom! , ',I'*or ��������� lasts nee,  why nut divide the cannery in ������ecti<*BB or di������-.  friot*. giving ro these .genilemen'; (Professors  preferred) each te^seetion, there, ie reside and  We v .o je thei r ti m h- ti > i)h e search ������ fter si Liter p r  g&bJ-bearin������ .quarts, for .one, two., or three  >*iira, as the naturiior fermat lon>.ot- - the. dis���������  :A rlo t wat rented*": t* ^X ^ b ^a JH<?a w ���������"���������'* *- ^wou Id  ���������������#eh' aeeertain asdb-.wiiai.. value sthe-ecountry  X-fijiiif, la .-as t *\i sa i ne ra la;*, f o r.r. t he re is. no dou b \  '���������; lii at M once a paying veln.-.w:aa dlaceyered, It  %4������ Id give- ah im| ems / ito.v tfce;. development  hf ottiers. - It "/Binat/ bj*.; Ovideau to* you, Mr  Mriiior; ������a:U is to-o-tber������,; that twif-Uiirds, ot  *&ft time nfrtheaeigentlemen ia taken.up by  ;*<tual travel I ir*g;.;ao that Uttieiline can be  ���������fevoted.i<������ the. gleaning of a knowledge of tbe  . -johioiat rertourcet* of- the province. 1 have no  cl.;n.bt ton ibat elaborately *$rrUtea aeeonnts  '���������wii|-t)������ published, with all lhe big^-technisal  t^ernia fnr which art and scieiiee are noiorions,  vn their retuvn tOvOriawa, and, taea  shelved  ���������   \ry s.-me one ������f Canada's InitUuies.,  aeootim will all tbisbe.to ������!���������������?   Will It bring  i^od to the looker*   1 ihm^ o������4    I w< uld be  ���������**eirry to doubr ibe abiliiy oi* .eapablllty of  * ,:'ttr*. worthy Professors.; especi������lly after  _haviiig ������he word of the Toronto <ilobe and  ..i'Maiiaa to their worth', which opinion- being  ihe orthodox belief ut j Canada, it would be  wimple ignorance on the part of us foreigners  ���������- v-ihat is.English and Anaericaa���������did we think  ...to the con ii ary,  '.New, Cariboo, probably more than any  'of-bef jyarr ef the Colony, is "deserving* of  ��������� i.* ice. ��������� We all know of the va** amount ������1  : -wealth  It has yielded-rWe all believe in-lie  ^;capability of,doing y^t more, and also.of the  rsifiteiice^ of ricli quarts .veins ;  biit the ac-  e.oniptHhiheBl. of rbte requires patience, per-  %e"-v*������r<������be������* and; money, as most of the, old  Miners and prospectors have.left, the country,"  . *t.od those yet remaining are floaaowhaJ diii-  .Jheartened by weary years of toil and di?ap-  poifiiment, as  the country -has" notoriouely  ?>������rograded since. It's admiwiou into  the Do-  -j������������nioo* - 1 certainly  tbiuk  it   behove*   the  . o.<* vera men t to endeavor lo ������tem tbo kifte by  .���������yuj.tviig- forth  renewed .life and energy, thai  ���������we may return somewhat to onr former'pro's-  I "pt rlry.    Nothing, I conceive .will  add more  A Uy fhe -stability of the country than the devel-  s**> _ (final of -th is In terest; --It.,; therefore, these  ^eotieuneii ar������":to explore the country, let;  there set al>������������ut it in a more systematic map-'  ***������������ r;  let - ib' e laws rel at ive t here to bed u ' a  more liberal  scale; ahd have a good round  e.'iw *#ered a*,a reward to' di.*corery. so-thai  tniHiaierest will court inVesimv;nt and foreign  -������������������eitpUal.  vrong  .��������������� I m! t, rir; why has t be Hope sil ver mi no no  J!>e.en puabed ahead ?   [fit is as rich as I bare!  ly beaivi rt asserted to be, ������ mink it a shame it  77 ih tin Id ������e allowed to rtfmaUrln.the bauSs ������f  ''Vi'few^inoliopOlis'ls, 'and- the 'development of  io* c win try *s most vital interest held in abeyance.   Li of no account, the sooner we know  iMhe better.  As election time is near at hand, would it  not'be as well to urge on the minds of members to stop their usual amount of political  efap-trap and twaddle ; the Press of Victoria  te j-fl-tt aside parky politic* &ad personal abuse,  :-;: iv" ��������� v. card, aa  JTHR'-Ht^TMRS 0^ CHARITY of ibe gnnQ������������ of Pn*r|  de'Mse'.FoM.TsaeoMTer, W'.T.y wish m.ienderxbeir  Seartfelt   thanks to  the chariUhlo'.-'fPrleBfJs of   the  Fatherless for their liberal bob trioaiIons in their be  half, raving 'eolK-cteU the set ama ot $1,090 ns their  ���������Way aail in the Cariboo District     tyrtteutar or<?'*U i������  lu' be'jyvea to the Cyptain o! the ROynl ��������� iiy as<i-Bar  osrrlle .be. V^KsbresH rer having gV<tpte������l them a fr>e  p^ssage/Mroa' New Tfeatsalait^f to WHlUnisOroek;  ujso to those who have so willingly'ydlunteereil their  serTleefij'weleome.i tueuiat hona<-, and prsc'areS them  therweasfl Hf Sailing at'ihs" differjett* placed aroa'iit.  May'they all rest assured that the'fahoeejit voices of  th e u'a-hy/1 ittle erahana wi 11 reach tho Th ron ������ or the  AVaighty^eaHiHg npoti iholr geaeroas bou.tfaatora tko  bt^saiogs of. Heav������n.  Barkerville, Oct. e.  NRW ADTSaTlSSMBMTS.  OF  THK  n'ilSVIMTiBr FTJRGHASEI> THK BtTSINSSS  ��������� .--jwid ?*t������>ck-i* Trxoe of. Ifr Wm    li.. Cameron,  hope* by strict atu'ntioa ty baainewj to mirlf a cou  Ud a*nee of tho'-p>iir6aa|e':bestowed;'ott LU prede-  Cli������s0i,. --..-������������������.      ���������   y *  A/AA/i/A- HQ#SE-$WQm$&   \: [ A  sad alt-kiictsof Wao&saithin^,, Ueao i������ a workman  ���������llkt'-ssaaaer sad'at reasonable Vaiee;'^    .-    ��������� -r *  -  Barkerville Ostoeer't. ...   .    v., ���������������������  To; the Electors of  QBHTLBMKN,  A ^^.ire;now^iljW/jti^eii / tor- selgct yoiir  qtiota of; re^reseatatives to the Looaf. Legisl-i-  ture.- A, ������ A.,^ /;'.: [. -^  A At -lhe reiqiieatrand; wi'h the prO  port; of 'tl. larie niiniber'.of /it*b4.?le0^*^.IO*������t  myself as a'/oahiidate fee serye you ib'that  capacity.'A.������������������������������������' AA07yy AX. ���������. 'A ���������  ���������V.t tio va e f brivaria, not as a d o ppb nenfe of the  presen t> Govern men t. O n th e conit ra'ry, ������o  long: as^ they "will striVe to ijerre' the county  faithfn.lly/and impartiailyv they will receive  my warmest S������ i p port. At thw as me time, I  wish it to .be distinctly understood that I an  no party roan, but elaim.'if elected, theprivi-  l**^* ������f jdd^injf of -every measiirs or motion'  that may'be sit bmitied to the Ho.nse " on':. Its  tri erita, , ren derin ir. no se cy 11 e . snppor t, nor  offer!ngf any faetrouft'oppositionl  I ,1 boter u p o n the" Trapse on ti ne ri tal Rai I way  to be ornatio������a|Iitnpoj:tahee,���������of equal aecea-  aitv to tho Ooninian aa it ia to the Province ;  and tn*. time has arrived that we should take  * dignified-stand, and call upon the DotnlsloB  (yoventment to fulftl its engajfemenls.  Cans 'opposed to all monopolies, whether it)  b* in Pi#)d. Forest, or Ferries.  While ragie.e that it is ihe duty of Govern*  meet to foster all industries, I have no'sympathy with thr botsfer-iii'*! of one interest at  the exp^ft������e������ef another, and hf������lieve that the.  sal ration of our Inland farmers depanrlB on  tbe prosperity of tb<������ mining co-mmunity.  -���������Haring-lived ao long amongst yon, our in-  threats being- identical, and my saniiraents  beiiif pertaetly familiar.to'yo>i.~if 1 have the  honor of being one of your representatives,  oo ���������'tforts will be .wanting on my part to lay  your el-tim* and press them on the attention  of lhe Legislature/ * "*  I am. Gipntl^njpn.  - v  IX   '���������, R^epeett n 11 v; vou rs# .     :     ;i?  JOHN EVANS,  Mjrhtninj: f>������������ek. Oc>: 5, 187.'.  ksw ADyKETfss|riBafe  rvili^  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  w/m MOSE.S  ''Has T������eeivo<l a*  ' ;. I Have the honor to oflTet -myself as a oaalli^to to  rair������*.s<a't y������������a in tho LefMlativ.) Asaf mbly.  I Qi'iasloev u lo ho the ftuty of every British Colombian, io.siana np ror the rights of'hie C'natry o������ ier  the. terms of nuiote, and. it elected; shall'support the  -^allway.pollcy ef the preseai <Sorevnmest.r  'Money, i������ repaired lor pablic worts sa"d imprrjvew  vn.ent9, an^i I,am la favor of taking over from Canada  the jjfeOjOOfi for inch purposes.  . The 'trtiperiasce of yonr district, Its hi idea wealth,  the maney you <jon in bate to the yt-venhe, and the  support; you stferil to the lower eoantry, 'eatttle yea  to a jesi share As all pablic moneys, and if eloctud-l  shall ea'd'eavor to secure n to yon. ' /���������'-',  The op������.'-ning of thoroagh mesas ef eommsaiofetien  with Important and hitherto undeveloped mining sections will be more rvpr<><l������ctivo taas the expenditure]  of moa������'y in any ���������ther part of the eoantry,  I shall give no ssppurt toaltarat {.->ns or amea-1ments  tu tbp Miuiag Laws aslfus they emanate Uuia ths  miners.  . In coneloKjn-fi. X shall if elected faithftilly serve you  'aedorotug vo bae best cl say ability.  ALEX. & B. DATIB.  (telobsr 9t 1875, ������ -  Comprising s Great Novelty la ,  ���������'Ladies- Albums.  LADlffiS'--' ASD   MISSKS    RStADT-MAlOS  COSTUMES.-    ��������� '  UKDKRCLOtHINa,  SLir?������r*s. ���������':���������;.::  gHiliPREMjS BOOTS AND SL?PPEMT all  Vsi������es>������������������::.,���������"���������.,.... ,;... .:y x:/i/-y  And by .every 'F;zpfesv. a a*w supply of Faaey #osde,  whi eh I will sell as low as posaiois to ss II'ths'limes.  .'���������'���������. ���������;/.  -'.' ��������� ������������������ -'���������    aoSI lm .-.'���������-  ;barkbrtills, -0- A/  Auctioneer, Go m mi m e ion  SO'-Oos'ts rseoiTsd sad staved la Ft%3>FKOs>F  ���������niGLIiAB bb������ li*Sefal &4vaae������8 saade m s������m% &A  ���������asseexktrlo- r*?������as  ., That, ao oie thin % must, be-.radically  fri the 'existing laws, I think you wilt  At tbe request of aum*������'rotis'electors aa<1 friends, 1  amlndnee4 to declare myself a canildato, to rep.rs*  sent this district in the Legislature of the Province.  My* long residence. In Cariboo enables, mc to un ler  standits w������hts, and sheulU y6u:dceiii mo worthy ol  yonr support 1 will pledge myseilfto' support to the  best of my-ability all vgeod measures that may be  .brought.beforo the House.. .  ' With ro^ard. to **ke Kiilway question, which is one  of the caostritsi issues affecting this* Province, 1 fully  agree wil������ the policy pursued by the Local doworn-  j-ment; and if elected I will support them in insisting  that. Hallway construction be oo*nia'enced as soon as  possible .:';  AKr.Jpardsthesuoi of $950,000 standing toour credit  with the Dominion Government, and for which wo are  now allowed interest at the rate of 5 per cett. per annum, I am in.favor of. drawing it and 'expending it tn  tho construction of public works bf; utility; ana I consider that onr share of that money would be of great  service loos at present for tho purpose of opening up  roads to the outlying creeks and prospecting the an-  exptorctl portions of the district.  If elected, I will give tho present Govttnmont an  honest and impart! <1 support.  I sin, Gentlemen,  Your obdt. servant,  SAA4UEL WALKJ3&  Ozitoiw 1% ISIS.  [NEXT DOOR to TIC-TIC OFFICE]  fNVITSS YO.TT to CAT,!, AKD ������ITK H1TC,  I    and..pet .as muso.comfort for Ibe inn^r m^s as  any ot.her man can provide for the same asseSRl *>f  cash in the shape ol* ,  Electoral DisMotfpfVCiirl-  boo, to wit.   Ax A  > to the Electors of Ili*������ pjstrlc.t'.'^f Ca$  boo, that in obedience >o Her MiiJHsiyVffrii  to me directed, and bearing date tlielSthdij  of  Aiifb/iiflt. .In th������? year <>t  Our  Lord Oeh  thoiisiiocl eight liundrecl and. seveaty-flvs, j,:  require the presence ������.if th^said ElectovnM>  RICHFIELD    COURT    HOUSB.: on   Hi  Kleventh day ot t)cveber, al Twelve o^oluck  neon, for the purpose of .Electing Three pfrf  sons,to represent Ihem in ihe Leirislatnreolj  this Province; and that in ease arPoll br fay  manded  and '. allowed In ihe manner by WA  prescrrbed. such ^oll-'will-be o-ptfoed on lb/  Twentieth day ol October, at  Richfleld Conri'Boiis������v.. <( v-.-..'-  /Williams Lake,  Baths' House,  Soda (-reek:*at ft. McLee*e?* ;  Alexandria, at A. D. Mclno.es*,  LightniciK Creek, at Stanley.  .QiiesDelmouth;:.\y   ./.  Keithley Creek, at-MM{ti & Co������% st.eh> at ik������  crossing, and air   .  Harvey iCn?ek; '  between the h^nrs ���������of;.-.K*flfbt.^'a^j/aw  n.xn.; .of  all which ������v������ry.-p<ere:������������������- Is ���������hf*'$f---  faqlilred 'to .take Qduott/anVl govern::^������^{(-���������  accordingly..  Given'.umier^injJ hand ai Uiehfl;!A.Ae  ��������� "' ���������- SeeMid day of, (^ctaber. pke ���������.fyyP;  v       aud --eight hundred and seventy fik  ���������.:���������;,   ��������� ���������* II. M.^VAl.U  : KKuroitig Otfiear  ;di:  r*r  For  A  Par'l  'tffiR  Ctil'.  6bi|>  ������Mvll������  I  ^     -AV  f/L   CIRCUIT,  A Court of 0eix������ral Assize  wk  r  ������������;  and Gaol Deli^ftry and of N wi Trins, >I11 hi  held at each of the undermentioned pi see*4������  follows, and all witnesses are hereby ooliW  to attend thereat:   _ yLi0 '/A"'7y-iy. l/.X/x.'  RIOriPTBLD. Mondsv. 18th Octoberri^V  QUESNELMQUTH, SaturnavV 2������d OepbA  CLINTON, Mondav, l������t November.    :  KAMLOOPS. Monday; 8th N-vT.e������br:rt yyA  .'..-��������� By order. * ",":" AA'rs  ���������AAA A rA- '.-'A'iGm/BtfimS/A 0^  A.    .Sheriff of Cariboo aad.'Liilddei'jDiiv^'.-BHI  Sept.2l.1876.   c '7-0.   '"  - ffl&Si&m  Iwm  ii  PASSAGE  TO  W1^  LEATE   STANLEY FOB  OF THK BEST QUALVtY.  N.B.���������To fill up the time, I will *ai'tea4  And SEWING MACHINE work of every deserietlea  will be done- at the shortest sotiee at reaaostahle  charges.,  no7 FRANK PBURBTT.  making the trip IN 4 W^KK, and' cona-tMng^.  the steam -r " Viciiirla'.' for Soda Creek, aad m*  City" for New Westtniaster.  I  Notice.  ALIj Persons Indebted to th������ instate ef the  late firm of COHEN & HOFFMAN, of Rarfcar-  vilta, Q-usn&dlmouth, and Peace River, ars re^uesisS  .toBfttls tbeamousts das by tnem, othfrwiss legal  proceedings will ba iBstitut������d Tor the movery ���������? the  saiaa.  6K0RGB "BTRNBfl,  ^af^fit ftnr A\  >,rm?miiTmma  fi������.   WHMAKfi A TRIP EVERT  WEEKS,   dates of  departure ""  will be duly ad ver used..^���������g-f   /  $s$r"NO NIGHT TiaVJCLtlNa  GUARANTEED.  >\ y"   "* ������������������ *  JONATHAN NUTT, Agent, ������R?k������rvll!*l  Ht. MORGAN, Agesi, Ktaftlsy.  ABga8t2i,i������76.  the  mi  dojj  mis  LOT  TA  hav  pro'  La������  F  the.  ia.  WHITR MA'S COOK,   Oood wages.  Appij St Ith* *&T*NMbT  '-^i%fi

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