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 3.  Vol.4.  Jarkerville, Williams Greek, B. O., Thursday, October ,17, 1867.  [ORIGINAL.]  .-.���������'.':i. .      ���������.. ��������� ���������-������������������     ���������-."������������������ -;  UNHAPPY REFLECTIONS.  &���������  k  Ht'  and  l ess  (j is  ling  nd.  E  ~v vi  ms;/ y\  om. ..  I All  ;yp... ���������' '\-i  (JO(t  EST ���������:���������'-. -I  '*:. .-���������',;-:/  - ������������������-���������-J  red        d  its..       .. ��������� *��������� I  US  con  ate*  :t of  lilt  ���������i-r j  ���������".-?-*J  ('.  . The decadal year is/complete to-day, since  I last folded my-little fondlings in my arms,  and kissed-tho-tear/fi*om the pale cheek of  my loving, wife, to depart .for-the gold regions  in search of wealth,   I see the little cluster  nqw (a picture: never ;to be.expunged,) as I  saw them for the last time, pale and.trem-  - l\Up.g..with hearts too full.for Utterance ; and  wafted upon every breeze, mcthinks I bear  the. tiny; voices exclaiming���������" Father, dear  father,; come home.", -Alas I my home never  .more!   .:  ./.  \    The stranger has it; my  little ones are paupers. .Grief has broken the  heart to me so .dearj and she sleeps in tbe village, churchyard near-by.   'Ten years have I  led the,life of a hermit, enticed through tbo  .,,. ���������^Iteii^zy^i.^ify^.^^ giittctlnr;,..  bell-born phantom,until beallb, hope, wife,  home, all are gone^~������-All's lost, now." - Ob,  gold I��������� gold !: tboii/dazzling demon, what an-  guish hast,thou not.cost me?;  Why,was I not  content ? ���������;. Did I not; rise.03 * refreshed from  / my' pallet.of-straw, as the rich man from, bis  bed of .clown ?   Was hot my; bumble meal  : sweeter, to me than .dainties' and wines /to tbe  ; satiated appetite of .the-rich?. -The prattle of;  /.;.-; my. little ones was sweet music- to.-my ear, and  \ ��������� the sOii 1 es of her I loyeid.were .s.unsbiue to my  . eoiil.v/But that picture'has passed ; the great  . panprailia ro lis- op.   A few more revolutions  / urid the. curtain falIs.   ,vTis the end ; -'tis well.  / :Williams/Creek, Oct/.10; 1867.  :'-Z;yZA/��������� Strange -Story.���������The   DeKalV (111.)  . journal of. July, 20tli, says :���������On Saturday  'last, as Thomas Scott, one of the workmen at  '/the Gardner.coal mine, on the Chicago and  :    / A1 to n. raj 1 ro ad,' w as dr i vi n g an ��������� entry *  ��������� ���������: coat vein, at a doriitb of nearly two JS  HOW SAL  DISGRACED  THE FAMILY,  \ A traveller: iii the State of( Illinois, some  years ago, came to a log hut on the prairies,  near Decatur, and there halted.;He went into  tbe house of logs. - It -was a wretched affair,  with an empty packing box for a table,.where  two or three old chairs and disabled .stools  graced the reception room,, the dark walls' of  which were ornamented by a display of tinware, and abroken delf article or two.  . The .woman, was! crying _jn. the corner, and  the man," with tears in bis. eyes and a pipe in  his mouth, sat on a stool, with his dirty arms  resting on his.kuees, and bis soaTowful looking head'' supported by. tbe . palms of bis  bauds.. ..-.���������'-.-���������/' .  Not a word greeted the interloper,   ..;  "' Well," he said, '\ you seem to be in awful trouble bero ; what's up VI Z  '... ;'-'* jQJWZ$W. K^most. craved, neighbov]1- said  the old woman ; *.' and"we.ain't'������������������ got "no "pa^  tience to seo. folks, hovy.??      :  "That/is all right," said the -visitor; not  much*taken aback by bis polite, rebuff, " but  can't: I be of some service to you iu all this,  trouble;?" ..V/;/ '/';" * ' '. '-''  yy\ Weill we've lost our gal: Our Sal's gone  off and left us,'', said, the man; in a tone of  despair,;./"/ -   \ "'.'��������� //;'     ���������   ���������'    *      i  , ,'* Ah I do you know what induced her to  leave you IV remarked the new arrival.' ,..-���������.  .;; /*!:V/ell,:we can't say, stranger," as she's: so  far lost to us. as to be indufeed ; but'then  she's gone'' and disgraced' us,"'remarked the  afflicted,father..' v.-."\. ' ��������� ���������; ;'/'"���������"-/?Z}'; ;/ ^y/A/ ;  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  .:���������  PASHIO3ST SALOON;  '' /BARKERVILLE, y  ILL I A MS  CREEK  ������������������?������,.���������  ���������y.'i  v.  THE PROPRIETORS BEG. LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE  to the public that they havo enlarged, refurnished,  and thoroughly reuovated their capacious and fash:--:  ionabfy saloon, snaring neither pains nor expense for  njmrlnvnts, viz.: CARD ROOM, ��������� BAB ftOOM,. ������hu;  'BILLf ARI) SALOON, cuntaiuiug three superb BILLIARD TABLES."  ���������; ,.������������������ '������������������ ���������������������������    ���������  -��������� ���������        "-;*.-:-.' -���������  tlio best LIQUORS and CIGARS : obtainable  .scVvo.1 liorc.   TS;:s establlahmfint is undortboii  ���������NEW .-ADVERTISEMENTS.  ���������:^/-/|/ia^^ ':; :^'"y:y.-y2y2  ^THE  STdCB;-OP .THIS, OFFICE   HATOG  BEEN      -^  ".      /-  1 considerably augmented by the-recent importation. '       .    :/...   '   ���������,-'.; .."  >f a variety of new Ornamental Type, peoaliarly-suiUd--. "'���������'     .    : f ;  *or   '���������-���������. v . "      ���������      -:���������..    .  ;;. '.: . -:. '= ��������� ���������' ,y^< "...      - . /���������  .     . '���������"���������:: ���������    \  -   FostersJxjirculars, Cards,1- -]- ��������� /       'yy..���������,.-;;.'/;//..'��������� V ; -.;. -.-.'-''.' /./  Billheads, Programm.<fg for  ��������� ���������;. Balls, Concerts, and ������������������:',  Theatrical Entertainments.  ,   .1T0  mnic-  diatc  :<c superintendence of tlio Proprietors. ������;"���������������������������'���������' -1,'.:  ���������      ���������;���������'���������   ->     '��������� ..���������'-,   ADLER & BARRY. '/  Juno-6tb, 1867. ���������    ;   /- -^";  4m  in: the;  j ^hundred  ; fee I fro m ��������� tho s u rfa ae,; h e..; fou ri d im b e.dd ed ;in  . -v ��������� /the coai,; next��������� to tbe.-;face of the" limestone  m  : hav irig thc ap j)earau'ee' o f pe trifted wo6d. Id.  t b c cein tre was found two p 1 it tes' tb at ap p ear  to bo so I id /gold.   They- a re th ree i ri c lies i u  ���������length,-aboiH'two.inches in width, and three-  eighths of an inch thick. On each are some  curious ine rip lions and hieroglyphics. The  owner has been - prevailed, upon to  permit  ; them to be sent to New York, where it is to  be hoped the inscriptions may be deciphered.  The Gardner Coal Company have become responsible to the miner for the. safe return of  the plates, or their full value.  his  ths  ;���������������������������������  3i3-  ioat  IPS.  ;ult  in;  for  s  A New Expedition to the Nortii Pole.���������  A committee of fifty-six. persons, including  Guizot,'.'Ghasselbup-Labat, Drouyn de Lbuys,  Henry Martini aud Michel Chevalier, has been  formed in Pans for "the purpose of organizing  a new expedition ,to tbe; North Pole. Tbe  route to be pursued,"is one. discovered by a  French hydro'graphcr, M. Gustavo Lambert,  and has not been tried by previous explorers.  A subscription has been opened for the expenses of the proposed expedition, which will  be at least $125,000, and it is announced that  if the total of the sums collected by tbe committee does not reach that amount by tbe end  of next July, all subscriptions will be returned in full. It is added that the Emperor  has given his entire approval to tbe project.  " .Yes, neighbor ; and not that I should- say;  it as is her mother, but/there warn't a poor-'  tier gal .iu 'the west than my ��������� Sal, arid she's'  gone and brought ruin on us5 and-ou-her own  bead now-", followed the stricken mother.;.  ;'���������  .:.'; Whom has.she gone with?" asked the  visitor...    - ... ';'' '��������� '".    ,''���������'���������'  ...'������������������' Well, there's the trouble," said the father.  " Tbegal. could' have d.o.ne .well, and could,  have married Martin Kehoe, :a capitals shoemaker,,, who, although he-s got;but one eye,  p 1 ays the 11 ute in a ;liycly>manncr, and yearns  a goo by 1 i vi n g/.: Then;lo;o k wb at a lip me and  what a. 1 ife.slie'��������� has dcserted. Sbe. -was'^sur-  . r o i i n A ed. b y al 1 th e 1 ux ti ry in tbI e ��������� co u n try ������ ;  ' ��������� Yes, w h o k no ws wh at p o or Sal may h av e  to eat, drink'or. wear now !" groaned the old  woman. / /.-���������"'"  . u And who is the fellow that has taken her  trom: you, to. lead her into such misery?"  quoth he.  ;*.' Why, she7s gone off'and got married to a  critter called-an editor, as lives in the village,  and tbe devil knows how they are to earn a.  iiviuM" ���������       ' .  Gariboo Literar^Jufetitilta  //-J. S:;TITOMPSON,:Pkesipex-p. ���������'/'../ / /' v  y/ JAMES. ANDERSON, ;Vicii-Pia:%iisr; .-/���������:., ��������� \  :".' '���������/;JOHN.->lAcLAREN,':'''V '''��������� " ' "V" ":/ ;"\/.'  .;��������� ��������� ��������� j' JOSEPH; CLEARIHOE,v> iDikect0R3. ���������'.. > -?���������,  V   ..JOSEPH PARK.   .-���������.-.-���������.)/" .    -''   /..'-"���������  :/.-y, \\y//yy^ ������������������,2y^/,yy/-.y/:r,yyy  'rr\ui<a TvCTn-fTT-rnTriKT  t������ vmv-; hppvr at* u.AtWEiT?:'  P. M.% . -.    JOHN BOWROST, .     ,.- .      ; '  .--���������������������������';���������.:-. -:���������        .'���������������������������'���������.���������', :.-'SccrftUxry ahd:I>ibrarian; ���������  >������ "r t_A Tme ns^ort.nieiit of Books aud Stationery, is  N.; B ���������A. fine .assortment -  always-k'tipt for sale.  '.'..'', -...', ".-I ������������������ *; ''"! * .."'���������';-',:''  ��������� i..'-.  iHB UNDERSIGNED have commented in the above  TO  ab-  to  tier  ind,  oes  As.:  IOS-  ,13  est  net  The Archbishop of Lyons had his hand  completely distorted and disfigured by tbe  gout. He was once engaged in playing, at  cards, and bad gained a thousand -pistoles.  "I should riot mind it," said the losing party, ".If my money had not gone . into the  ���������Ugliest hand in the kingdom." "That is false,^  said the Archbishop j " I know one that is  still uglier.?' ;���������' I-11; wager thirty pistoles you  " don't," said the other. The Archbishop immediately d revy off the glove wbich covered  his left hand, and the gamester acknowledged  he had lost his wager,   .  At Placerville, a Methodist, preacher went  to a tin shop to buy a tin blowing bora. Selecting one, he asked the clerk if it would  make a loud noise..  "Oh yes, a devil of a noise," replied the  clerk.  "Well," said the minister, "as I want it to  blow at a camp meeting, I don't' think that  kind of noise will suit," and walked off.  . Contrartes.���������JPeppie. say ..they shell peas  when they, unsbetl them ; that they skin a  (prcalf ��������� when they unskin it 5 that they weed  v'their gardens when they are weedy enough  already.  ra-  Ith  iot  1" Have you ever brbken a horse ?" inquir-  ed a horse jockey.  " No, not exactly," replied Simmons, " but  I have broken throe or four wagons," '  Thr Universal Practice of mixing Chicory and  other adultcrulives with Coffee, has very much damaged in public estimation, what ought to be the most  delicious of Beverages.   So effectually have the public  been drugged with such mixtures that tho true properties have been lost sight, of, and many prefer a black  und thick infusion to a drink rich in spirit and aroma.  General as is the use ol Coffee, if. is little known that  in condensing the vapors extracted from the berry in  rousting, a liquor is obtained of tho most nauseous  taste, and of a scent the most unbearable.   Under such  circumstances it is evidently import out i-hat all the  gases an.I fluids extracted by roasting should be carried off as quickly as possible, in order to prevent their  returning again to the Coffee,  which is the case iD the  cbiiunpcl cylinder.    This object is admirably accomplished by. the. new an��������� I putentuConica 1 Colloe liohster' ?  as used by PELL & GO.',..Victoria, in which the berry  is directly exposed to the radiated heat, and the vapor  extracted carried offinstantaneously.    In addition to  the advantage to bo derived by the rapid removal of  the steam'containing the objectionable proper!ies, the  puro aroma of tho Colfec/is retained, the essential oil  bidng preserved and not exhausted as in the "Cylinder  Roaster* whore the .Coffee is inquired to remain a much  longer time inconsequence of the steaming it undergoes by the confined steami.   It is chemically impossible to retain th-1 qualities or arrest the deterioration of  Coffee when ground.   The neat engendered by the pro*  cess of roasting, aud especially of grinding, creates an  action in the elementary parts which gradually destroys  its fiin^ss for :irink:    But to re tun the' esseuti il oil.  which it contains we. have it encased in tins containing  from 1 lb. to 28 lbs., and which ean.be had from any of  ther..rsprctabie dealers. \Vo can, coniMently recommend  those w'uo ha ve hi t h or to b ee n obliged to ref r tin' J rom  taking Coffee on account of its ill eflects that they may  use our Coffee, roasted in the Conical Roaster, being re -  comvuendeiJ by all medinal men .un-aa* whose notice it  has been brought, and by numerous other testimonials  m/its favor, : ' FELL & CO.,  Coffee Morohanc?) Yates St.j Victoria:  C^&T / IRQN   STQVES  y:jAl5rays';pft"han'd.;. .-, y  'New Work; and Jobbing  'Done at reason able, rates/  ^S������ Our Teams ru 11 regul'irly between Yale and  Cariboo and all orders in our lino of. business carefully  attended to.  1-s E. PEARSON" &-BfiOS;  : .   F. V. LEE,- ���������'"'���������:;-  ���������Au-ctioneer,  ���������-���������;.;;/���������       . /.;   Theatrical Entertainmertts. :     -.../    '-. ���������   -     y/  ���������- ��������� Orders for apy-descrlptloh=of Job' Work will bo.'cx4-:   ���������" ��������������� N. -;���������?'������������ .-'-.  "; - ���������'./:.  cutod with neatness and'despatch.   . .f ��������� .  ' '/:;   ���������,..-.   '//./.  ...      '  "��������� J8S5T Terms moderate. *������8. .  .-.,-.    -;   ,'.'./'.. '���������*,*���������.  ���������- ..    .   bm:  rl   Zf-. Havo;ja������Tcccivcd'a'oi)oice^ifeffeii'y?::'^"y-t���������;:���������^^^���������fe|:  CAST IR.PN GOQKfNQ.:-S.TUVE> ������������������;:���������-:���������*���������..     /   . -     :  ''-'������������������''������������������'���������.; :^^'i:'������:^������������v^^iiv-:-y:'-.���������������������������,.-.-. /-.���������.-/���������"��������� -;-.;v..���������:."yy  ��������� AND  MINING    AGENT.  : . Juno 10thi;18.87: -.,... ���������[������������������,/>yy/;: &///'//  m  m  '���������'.���������������������������:������������������������������������.  '-     ::..'.���������:.  Goods sold on Commission.    Office,   Richfield.���������  Salksroom, Barkerville. 5-s  A. MePherson,  /���������.JEWELLER,,  AT-'E.: HOD GEN SV" OLD   STAND.  Barken-ille, 1st May, 1867..' 1-s  is-s'i "//��������������������������� -':-..'://J  i A ,NELS6N'Si       ;���������"/-'���������!  BRITISH COLtJMBiA"���������/- /'' '  VICTORIA   EXPRESS,  Connecting at Victoria wi th WJSLLS,' FARG 0' kCO\  .for California, Oregon; the Atlantic States,.:.';;.':.; ���������  ': ���������'  ' / and Kurope.        ��������� / ; ... ., ; .;>���������/'     .       ��������� ' :;  AND AT YALE AND LILLOOET-WITH BARNARD'S     .  ��������� -������������������ CARIBOO EXPRESS,  ".'//'   '' "'*'-'.--���������: '���������'.������������������' '-''���������  '   For Big Bend, Cariboo and the Northern Mines,    * . ��������� . : y>    .  Conveying treasure', Valuables, Letters, Packages and  '������������������   .       -....-.. A Parcels.     "--���������-    /���������//'���������':-���������-/.   1-S   v..     v;. "'".'..   .  - .-;,  ' 1      :'..-���������:  ���������. - ���������    ���������-.  amwwB  WAKE-UP-JAKE-  estaurant, Ba  ery.  AX J)  C"  5  BARKERVILLEj  PATERSON & GOODSON, Proprietors.  QUESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS:;/  ..1.1.  -    *.'.  -    -   11- - -     -'in    '  - - ��������� ?  COLONIAL RESTAURANT,  QUESNELMOUTH,  p. l. johnson, pROPitiETOR;    ; "'  Meals at all hours, aud Cooking of the besi  description. s .  UTJtlSNJELilOUTHi  TN ANNOUNCING THE RE -OPENING OF THIS  X house for the .'season, the proprietors wish to, in-  forin th eir friend s an d "the public generally, th a t th ������y  will spare no pains in order to merit tho patronage of  all who give them a call.  Meals at all -hours. >���������   1 .  E. STEPHENS,  CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURYEYOR.  AVING  TAKBV   AN   OFFICE  IV  RICHFIELD,  Williams Creek, is prepared to execute Surveys.  Plans, Levels, Sections, &q., &c.; cpn������mittod: to Ids  ���������eiwrscG, with care,  despatch,.and on REASONABLE  TERilS.. ������������������'������������������. I   ������������������" ���������  3 %������* Offico, centre of Richfield. -������BL  ���������BROWN & GILLIS, PKoniiraORfi.  Good Beds; Restaurant; Billiard Table, &h  Stabling J or Horses, Uu y and Oats,       s ;   ���������:.  OTIOS,  HE  W. Wiiaiiard,  BLACKSMITH,  BARKERVILLE.  El :N;.; T. E;RvI*  /        wax RUN As follows :'  LEAVES   QUESNELMOUTH  ON  Th'arsd.ays.. and Siindays^  A3 SIX O'CLOCK) A. M.,  LEAVES , SODA   CliEEK  ON  Tuesdays and Fridays,  AT FOOR O'CLOCK,  .Queaneimontb, Slay 2nd, 1367.  A    M,  ���������  w*1  'wmiaaw.cmj.1 .m ���������������������������i^J.'-IUUl&aMWMaaUMg^ amwawwwBggag  msm  y^������������������-..^.i, ������M ^^i^-agy^^  Till? f< A PTPAA  Q-T?"\TTT\rT?T    nists prefer a Canadian Government to that  . Extort  of  Treasure.--Tlie  Bat.ks;   here  latj OAftlbUU  btijSiiSSiiiL ^.Jtt.u^^^,,   Tf,���������^rw;w   sent down by Express- yes erday.S0i.279,of  which the Bank of British North America had  THURSDAY,. OCTOBER  17,  18(57.  .  Agents for the " Cariboo Sentinel."  Grouso Creek, * ��������� '���������'���������;/' - ..- .-..-���������- '-��������� -A. McWfaa.  Quesnelmouth,. Mr. Goudio, Barnard's Express Office.  Yale,      ���������     : -  .   Mr. Evans,    .-do .   > do  LUJooet,.      -     F, W. Foster,   -   do * do  Nbiv Westminster^ -      ���������       -      -      Clarkson & Co.  I^lilll/i^v  Big Bend, >'-..-       - Jas. Bullock, French Creek  Van Winkle, - - r - J. W; Lindhardt.  Musquito Gulch,      -    ,-��������� ;..>. ...:-      J. W. Jefirec.  ���������:'������������������; The "Cariboo Sent mollis published every Monday  &n d Thursday. - Ad ver ti6e'raen (s i u'ten d ed for; i nsertion  must bo delivered at latest at 6 o'clock j p. mi, the day  c before publication. >:... . ,.    .. : -   ;;:  i-Z/y/yy,"' ���������-. to ^correspondents. :. .-;��������� ���������:" -. "'2:  v -All.communications must bo. accompanied^by the  real namo and'address-of the writer, not necessarily  with a viow of publishing the 8arnor but as security for  his good faith.;,:./ . s; .'. ���������'////.'//;/'  i>;:^ ; ..v ;���������;-//;  ��������� /J9������* All Advertisement's (not inserted for any definite  period) will be continued until ordered out and charged  totaccordingly.^   ' -    > -���������  -���������*' ��������� '."������������������ .    .    ���������'-. '..'��������� '-',-.   .  -.UNITED' STATES .AND BRITISH  /���������/'/V-    '    ���������COLUMBIA.''���������/���������/���������";. :-::/'.  yy yZ^O^;Am^ncs^y cpi^inSvne^^  '-.bo wute^pang aslhat;inflicted ?cfcthem/by  1 :/^ tbejcre^iqrt : of /Canada'.;���������  f;'^Jand :the stal^smariiike^ system* slipwd/ by;, the  ���������:!f (.i-.C^^ itf ^consolidating ���������: and  ' /:/' ttssiroilatihg tbe; institutions of tho various  // ^sections ZmtpypbpyCpX^jperfect>;; autonomy, in  >.;���������;y^anada;Vcctnddcteit by honest principledyan^  iVv/lpyat^en^ scJ^inuch at J Variance?  |$r"^.ita^ of thet Urated:  t;;'g States; aVj^:^ateaja^ger^r: the/ continu-  % ������ri������e vfof ;/ttieJge - institutions^ too great to J fee  yyyt^A;oyefi; ,iut; ^henc|aclded to ��������� this,/, the  g ;0an^ians^  ^//nad6nj-\'.'-hiye; shown:/ themselves ! capable /of  U^ Bimul^tipdia tbe desirentbH: bind. the /yiaridus  ��������� y.^sections of:the^^Dominion together by an 6\oc-  Cj/land^i^Ubesra^^bro^^^pnean^inends  //finpw^ii^ bounds, g.-.: -We ;cpuld ';-. well; excuse  yi ��������� sucjhi ebullitions :of feeling; ^ndy the-desire 'feli,  did we^not feei^ebnvinced;: tbat <the change  y /wo nl<i be far: from ad van tageous to us. Tha t  .X,the ^tti.ted States will ever bo /able to fofni a  ��������� ^/strong; gbyernm^nV  / ;and; ithb jtinie is not far .distant. -when ano^er  ^^bioody;revolution- will be enacted, when civi--  //iiiced; Europe: will  be again .horrified with  scenes of, heartless carriage arid destruction  :heyerbefbreparalleled in history;   Aiid  yet  j >vith^h.e;mo^t barefaced effrontery we British  ��������� Columbians are invited to annex ourselves to  this model republic, and for what?  That bur  vitals may be dragged from us by unprincipled political ad^^venturers ; that we may be  toed:;tb. four; times the extent oi" our present  taxation, arid   American  domestic  morality  may be brought into our home circles to the  ; exclusion of all that makes society/worth the  name.   We have no disposition to= be severe  ^ ^vith the faults of our neighbors, we are only  showing the bad quality of the ivares that are  fionght to be thrust upon us, whether we like  them or not   To show our readers the eagerness with which the Americans seek to drag  ns into the whirlpool termed the Republic,  we shall give some extracts from an article  Kin the San Francisco Bulletin of the 7th ulto.  After an impudent pretence to believe the  canard in which the cession of British Columbia, as a settlement of the Alabama claims,  was said to be under the consideration of the  British Government, although the writer must  have been well aware of the positive denial  given to that glaring instance of untruthfulness, he says,���������" tbe people of the country,  (B. C), concerned persist in making no significant expression   of  their  wishes."   The  reason is very simple, they are  not to be  caught by such false dispatches.   He continues, "from every quarter,we hear"thatseven-  eighths of the people are really/in favor of  annexation." 'This is soine of the cramming  from the Victoria Morning News.   The writer  in tbe Bulletin continues, " it cannot bepos-  fiible that the English, Scotch and Irish. colo-  of the United States."   If it were otherwise,  we should esteem the colonists abovemention-  ed to be of that class that leave their country  for their country's  good,   and   will always  seek the United States in preference to this  country.   The writer goe3 on   to show the  great demand that must ensue for the Washington Government style of politics, in pre^  ference to-what he calls the "half and half  sort of administration established at Ottawa.^  He says two-thirds of them (the people of  B. C.) have.no respect for the Canadian  leaders or institutions.  .This is exactly what the  Bulletin would wish to see, but the reverse is  the fact.   He proceeds with a deal of buncombe to assail bur railroad, project across the  plains, and says, ** if made at all, it will be by  the most sanguine computation ten years before it is completed.   If it should be begun,  it is more than probable it would be abandoned before itaslialf completed."   'Tbis is  the  soro place ;   the  Americans  are  well  aware that when once begun our railroad will  be carried through to completionj even  before theirs; bur engineering difilculties are  comparatively small,   while  theirs   are  almost insurmpantable, ��������� from' tho : great  cost  'wbichV:-wiVl v undoubtQH\yl-fedr -tnv^olv^dr ��������� -Is  it ;aViy ��������� wonder, then, tha t th ey feelex trembly  chagrined; iifbeing anticipated in their grandest scheme for mon op b! izing the commerce of  the east.   The writer then* resumes the style  of dep reciati q ri 4 tb at in igh tbe ado p ted b y  Barnum towards a rivaP show.r concluding  with..the foliowibg/magnificent peroration :���������  ." For these, pachic :.colonies/there is but one  chan ce of ;esc ape; from j abso 1 ute d epbp ula l io n,  but. one, way of -; avoidirig;; pyerwhelmirig an(1  utter ruiny. and\ relapse to barbarism ; arid  th at is ; ah nexation to /the Un iteil S ta tes.   San  Francisco ho) ds tbev key��������� which commands  their/trade, and; they must'"give their ^allegiance ���������. where thei r th ate rial in teres ts are coi i-  trolled, or they muststarve.?/. Ho.wsihcerely  tbe writer in tbe Bul 1 etin wishes.tie. -was telling; the truth; arid\ howvwe 11; he knows the  contrary',; is easily. tinderstoqd. ;.when ;we con-  sider. that h nless so me m i ra c 1 e i n ter veri es, Sari-  Fra n ciscp; mil st v si ri k . i n to V no th i h gness, f rp m  th e; sh ebr: exh austip h. o f t he Ca 1 i fo rn i a ; m i nes.  The agf i gu 1 tura 1 p rp d ti c tio ris, 6 f th at Sta te are  u t terly i n c a p ab I e; o f su ppbr ting tb e ex tray a-  gance of the people; and this was at price' a pr  pareii,'t. to,'tb e.:; 1 end i hg Cal i fo.rnia p o\ iticians,  when tlie railroad scheme was hustled through  the legislature aod congress, as a kind of life  and death meaitxSure ; their horror and dis-  pair then, in seeing this lust straw of tbeir  hopes  snatched' from/their grasp   by   the  friendly rivalry of a neighbor,.is hardly/possible to be borne.   It is sad; very sad to. contemplate, but. it is too true ; the Americans  bate us because we object to be dragged, in to  the slough they call tbe republic.   We dis-'  claim any wish to say anything hurtful to. the  feelings of Americans, but it is pur duty to  reply to such a slariderous article as that of  the Bulletin before referred, to.   We would  strongly recommend our American friends to  let us alone ; we want nothing from them  and if we do buy their produce, we pay them  well for if.   We are immaculate, and can afford to throw stones, but our heighborsiive  in very slim glass houses, and*cannot ioduige  in that luxury.  .   We   understand that Mr. T. Spence has  completed a survey of the  proposed  wagou  road to Soda creek by way of Williams lake.  It is estimated  that the cost of making this  road would fall far short of tho sum necessary to put tbe present one, by Deep creek,  in efficient repair.    The advantages lo be derived by adopting this  route are three-fold :  "not only will a firm, gravelly bottom be obtained, and tbe distance materially shortened,  but the road would  pass through a  rich pastoral and agricultural district, and be of the'  greatest benefit to our farmers.    We sincere!y  hope,  therefore,   that the government wifl  without delay, take the proper steps to carry  out tbis much-heeded  improvement, and prevent for the future the repetition of such accidents as were of weekly occurrence on tbe  present road during the past.season. .',/  $38,000, and the Bank of British Columbia;  $29,279, being the result of their respective  purchases for the past two weeks.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  EXPRESS   NOTICE/  AFTER .THIS   DATE),   BARNARD'S   EXPRESS IS  not responsible for damage oh MQUIDS shipped in  Tin or Glass, unless by speciuVcontract..  Un 111 lurthei'v notice, the Express will arrive here  every MONDAY AFTEttN'OOV and close for.below  even' THURSDAY, at TEN o'clock, A  M    -    ..  ���������  :.      ROBERT POOL,  ,  -      ' ' Agent.  Barkerville, Oct. 17tli, 1867,  San Francisco Store  COMMISSION  MERCHANT   <  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER  ;IN    ���������.'  HAUT1ER & ELLARD,  WHOLESALE & RETAIL BUTCHERS,  LYTTON, B. C,;  WOULD .KF^!?ECTKt7TXY,.CAr;l..TH.i?. ATTENTION7  }'}   of the   truvvllinir  public tu .-their  STOCK OP  MEAT, which they ..will dispose of to suit tho times.  . As all travellers ut first iucliue  Where'er they sec the. fiiin?st sign,  An<Ulnd the shop both clean oni.1 neat���������  And .like the under and cheap moat���������r  Will call ngain, ftnd ricoaunend.  ThOLYTTOX MAUKKT (o every friend.   .  Althoujh thoir nelt'lihor. " olil contention,M-.  Hangs out his win'dpipss on a stanchion,  :~*r; Af> elsau us harh^voi' ^'Rutel'.^^c^n-'-rniike; ^hpmj  In ord er si ra li'ge'rs inn y,' n i is take h i m' ���������'.;    .. ��������� ,[ 2" ���������  H u t be th ey Hea thetis, Tu rksov Ta r u rs, . '.  ���������������������������    Ttiey will not pass tho LYTTON MARKET..  Lytton City, B.C., Oct. l: 1807. . ��������� \ .      -  .        GKOCEBIES,  PROVISIONS,  HARDWARE,' CLOTETINa AKB BOOTS  ���������     Nkxt Door to the Sentinei, Offic������  Barkerville, 29 th June, 1867. ... 1<r  C LIN TO  Clinton City,   .     '  B R I T I S H    COLU.M B IA.  THE SUBSCRIBERS, FOR MANY YEARS PnrL  prietors of the Twenty-Nino Mile House DouJi^  Portage, beg to. ahnounce that having purolmsetl t ������  Clinton Hotel property, they are prepared i0 aflhrrt  v-Xcel 1 e u f; iict'oniTi uniatlon "to the craVCJlfng pul)lir  The table will ut all times ho well supplied, ami in tL  Bar will he found tho choicest liquors.  Am ply stabling for animals, and tho best of feci  constantly en hand. u  They respectfully invito a cnll from their old custo-  mors, as well as the travelling^public generally  Clinton, B. C, Sept. 17, 1S67   ,    ,,J4 SMITH &  CO.  THE  ;/;'  NOTICE .  TS .HEREBY GIVE.NV- THAT THE BUSINESS  JL' heretofore carried on under tho: stjdp ��������� of Oppen-  heirncr & Co., and later undcr'tho mauagement.or.the  Trustees of said Arm, will in', fuiure be. cjDTied on by  CELEBRATION  O a ladoni an  Benevolent  '.;v. ���������       ^ASSOCIATION,/ '' [ I ;  TIT ILL TAKE; sPLACE  OX  THE THIRTYiFlRST  V;: Ocinl)cr i ust,; {AU . Hallow's Eve),' at ^Y. Allan's  Saloon, Cameronton... '; .,.; . .        ...  Tickets���������(including^^refreshments, etc.,) may bo bad  at tlie Express Olncb, price $5 each. ...   "...  N B.���������As a;limited mt'mbor of- .Tickets will.bo;is-  C. STROUSS.     Ail outstanding debts of said firm will   sued in'excess of those required by members of the  be collected by the nudersighed.   ,;    ,   ��������� . ��������� association, an" enr)y application should be made.'  r   ^pnn������ October 7,-1^67. *  October 12,1867.  C. STBOUS'S.  Dissblutibii of Partnership  THE PARTNERSHIP HEUETOFORE EXISTING BE-  ���������twoen;r..T.SCO'rr and, CHAR LE? Mall A ROY, as  S.'tloon-keepers in Barkerville, is this day dissolved by  mutual, consent.       .      ���������       ��������� ; : ,   .... .   ������������������ i  Ttio'business will hereafter be carried on by Charles  .McEa'rciy, who. is empowercii. to collect all oulsii'intU  ing debts, and .will pay all; iudeblcdne.������s of the late  linn. -.-'.���������   "     ....  ,- yy ���������/���������-:.";���������'// .    JOHN T/SCOTT, -;  ''���������:,'..'��������� .'/":'   '���������'.:"���������������������������������������������'���������   CHARLES McHARDY.-  Barkeryille, October fl,. ISC':.  J Witnessed- by George Murdoch;    '       ���������' // /  G-ronse Creek Express.  W^  'Z-yy' ;^:NQTfCrZ..v;-.;"���������..'..      V:? %  ITH'REFERENCE TO THE :ORDEK   OF   HON..  H. M. Ballj.G'.jlii Co������iiijiission������:r,  direct ing that  buikheadHshouhi.he erected, and kept in repair, by  the. several mining   companies on Williams Croek  which order was dated Otn June, 1S87, it .has been  reported tome that the bulkhead? ejected under'saTL  order, have not.betm prop >r]y kept in ri-piiir. ami 'ar.?  at pivsent \u a dihipiaiitcd an-1 unsalVi comiiiioh ; I  therefore direct that all such  buikImwds be forthwith  i repaired, and made inti; a sfiim.i and Iirm condition  totiiesatisfaction of Thomas Spelmau, general I  man.    .. .;  .Sept. SO, 1807.'  are-  C. BREW,  Gold Commissioner.  IRON  AND  STEEL.  ;HORSE SHOES.AND  For sale-by  Sept; SO, 1867.  HORSE SHOE NAILS.  E; PEARSO X k BROS..  lm Barkerville.  F. HERRE WILL RUN A PATLY EXPRj-3  between Barkerville and Grouse Creek. Or-;  dcrs, small parcels, letters,;, collection?, .etc., .etc.,  atJended lo, on moderate .terms. Special auc������!i<in  given to demands; for subscriptions to the CAKIBOO  SKNTlNEI>,.nrany other Newspaper. 4-.���������������������������'���������:':���������.  OlUces: On Grnuse Creek,: at M. Trngtr's Store.   1������  B^rkerviiie,. at \SV y. JIerreT8 ' domicile, .. Seminui,;  ./. July 29^1867..-.���������:'..:>.*���������..t.//   " *   . .   .... -  *    -  '..;::'; l     '      ���������   "���������      THE       :/      /       .,:  CARIBCio;   EXCHANGE  ;'      ���������  H O T:E;Ly :'yy:-". -/"'  TS NOW OPfeN FOR THE..ACCOMMODATION OF  JL-': the miniox community, and the public ge������< wily���������  No exp'nse bus been spared to renaer tbe house i>\\  that could be desired, for coiii fort and coil veil ieuc:.  -The B;������r is supplied with ������ complcto stock of Wte,  Liqcoks and Ck:arh. ...  tGi*.W'eu. Airsi> Beds **������&  mav be had nt a moderate charge. .   E.ORD,  July'l, 18G7. 2m Proprietrw.^  yyypzo2BM OP 0 L I T A^j[ ,  Restaurant  and Bakery,  BARKERVILLE.  GREAT   ATTRACTION.  Crystal  P al a c e   Saloon !  ....        BARKERVILLE,  MUNDORF & CO., PROPRIETORS.  "DEO TO ANNOUNCE*THAT THE ABOVE ME^-  1} tinned establishment will be opened n 'Xt SATOR-  DAY E.VENING. the 21st inst.,'wh.'-n all l/vcr* c,\ thy  14 light fantastic" are invited locall and enjoy them'.  selves.  MUSIC AND   DANCING   EVERY   EVKNINO.  The best brands onvincs. Liquors add Cigars ahv?:vs  to be/ouud at the B-tr.  Tho strictest order observed  Sept. 19. }.$b*7.  THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THOROUGHLY REv  novated his Establishment, hnsre-opeiied the same  for tlie accommodation of the Public, and trusts to  merit a share of their patronage. His Bakery has also  undergone repair, and ho is now ready to execute  orders from all who wish good bread.  JACOB VELTE, Proprietor.  June 10th, 1867, ' .-    H*8'  In the mntter of the Estate and Effects of DAVID  MlUTFORn. Free Miner, lato of tho Reid Claim,  Con ki ins Gulch, deceased, J u test ate.  4 LL PERSONS WHO ARE INDEBTED TO THE  A above Estate, are rrquirod to pay the amount*  due forthwith, and all persons who have any cfaims  auainst tin* ahovo estate. nv<* required to send in their  accounts on or before FIRST NOVEMBER, 1867, to  CHAS.  E. POOLEY,  Official Administrator.  Dated Richfield, 1st August, 1S67,  THE   ST  I  STEAMER   "ONVVARD>:  LEAVES  VALE  3  '���������a 1st of OoUiber fo 1<  At EIGHT o'clock, A  November  FARE  TO NEW WESTMINSTER WILL  NOT EXCEED ONE DOLLAR !!  Yale, Sept. 19, 1867. WM. IRVING  Express.���������Tbe only passenger wbo went  below with the Express, wbicb left yesterday,  was Mr. Parsons.  L. A.  BLANC,  Pliotographic  Artist,  TTASf p rnnrSSS1������ A ���������(mGXXVmC GALLERY  II at RICHFIELD, and is prepared to take  Cartes do ��������� Visite, Timbre do PoFd-o portraits. AinLro-  ���������types, Leather  Pictures,   MlhwrtypaR, friowa of  .,    Houses, Claims, etc., Single or Stereo-canto  Portraits; also taken on White Silk, JJuen or 0<  Cloth.  Richfield; 12th August, 1867  /Otton  Thos. L. BBIGGS & Co.}  OAMERONTON,  Have just received, and offer for Sal0i  WHOLESALE   OR   RETAIL  AT LOW RATES FOR CASH,  200 CASES CHOICE BRANDS of LIQUORS  ��������� CONS 1 STING O V ���������  Brandy���������Martell, Hennessey, and Otard Dupey. ^  Wines���������Port, Sherry   Burgundy,  aud Claret; Snn-  ternc'fl  Framdi White Wine ; Sansovaine'6 oan-  Ibrnla White Wino.  Champagnes���������Bouchc and Napoleon's Cabinet.  Bitters��������� hour's, Sansevaine������s, Orange and Hostct-  ter's, Vermouth, Absenthe, Peppermint and Anm  ���������sette. _���������"    ��������� .':.-. ��������� .. \ .     ' :  Old Tom, Gin, and Scotch Whisky. V  Also oh hand���������500 gallons choice brands of Brandy  Wiuus, Wiiiskv, Kum, etc. * *ka  Goods- rt'or-ivVti on Stokaob or Commission, ������ w"  lowest.market, rates.". .: ���������������!������,'  1st July. 18&r,. ��������� .zm  ���������  Wm.  li  m 5KM1.MJ1.  rtiraafc'fy^reggir?re're������^,?nra,ra^  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1867. ;  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  C5  MosQurro OULCH.  Wo have been supplied with the result of  the last week's'washings of the various companies on this gulch.- ... '  Willow co. washed tip for the week 25 oz.  ���������Discovery co. 20 oz.r-Point co. 15 oz.���������Hol-  man co. 40 oz.���������Jelfree co. 57 oz.���������Rising Sun  co., wages.  There was no foundation for the report last  Junday of rich diggings beingstruck in amine at the bead.of this gulch.,  BLACK BEAR CREEK.   ' - '    /  . There are four companies at work above  the falls, who are reported; to be making $1.0  a day to the band. The diggings, on an average, do not exceed eight feet in depth'. Work  will again be renewed on the various claims  ���������    below the falls at an early da}v   ���������  ���������    . KlilTnLEYS CREEK.      7   ���������      ���������  The Baxter:co., near Davis' crossing, are  making $15 a day to ihe hand. Martin.& co.,  two miles above the mouth of this creek, are  making $10 a day with the rocker.���������Grotto  co. are averaging $10 a day.���������A company at  Davis5 crossing, are taking put good pay.   ���������  ? ,... yy .-. -. ������������������..; ::..groose:.creek. .:...:.....-   ' / ..2'..  .   We are glad to state tb a t th e rep 0 r t of goo d  ^prospects having been . struck in the. Roily  claim, at the head of-tho creek, has been confirmed'.. ; AS: much as $5 .was obtained, from  two. buckets of dirt���������The Point co., immediately above, are' also getting prospects of  fro m 50. cts; to $-1 to ' the pan.���������It is th0ugh t  that the Ilard-up co., who are now in nearly  300 feet with their tunnel,are';about'.16.strike  ������������������ tlie long-1 ost .Herbn lead.   They begin to/find  ... small prospects,    ..     .  Victoria Items wiott Colonist.���������George  Hawkins and Arthur Peatt, two settlers near  Belmont, were convicted of using threats to  assault ex-Chief Justice Cameron, and bound  over in. the sum of $500 each to keep the  peace for one year.���������A little girl aged'21  months,  the   daughter  of ��������� James  Ure, was  drowned in a well on Quadra street, on 27th  ulto.���������Ono of tbe mountains of the Olympian  range still continues fo emit a dense cloud of  smoke and flame, which can be plainly seen  at Victoria..  The mountain appears to'be situated near, the head of Hood's canal���������The  workshop of a cutler named Fox wits entered  and a quantity of cutlery and tools stolen  therefrom ; on the following nighr tbe^hbuse  of a married woman who resides on Johnson  street,'and whose husband is in Cariboo; was  also entered and a quantity of clothing, etc,  carried off; the1 depredators.are supposed to  be Si washes.���������The crops in the Salt Spring  and Cbemainus districts are said to be bountiful ; cattle and hogs are considerably on  the increase and'in fine, condition.���������A sailor  was killed by falling from the topsail, yard  of H; M. S.'~Ze&lon$rur -Kstruimalt 'harbor;���������  At an auction sale of real estate, suburban  lot No. 4. brought $62; and No. 23 realized  $65.   At. the same sale 158 acres of land at  North Saanich, owned by the late John A.  Walton, brought $20.���������The deed of.transfer  by the Hudson Bay Company to the Crown o.f  Vancouver Island "has been registered at tbe  Registrar's office.���������J. H. Goodale, Esq.,' cor-  AUSTRALASIA.  icaW somr wales.  Latest dates to Sydney are to the 1st of  August.  Sydney, 5th to I2th July���������Tbe Legislative  Assembly, on Wednesday, approved of the  agreement entered into at the Postal Conference of March lust. '���������''/.���������/:  Tbe losses suffered in the neighborhood ������f  Bathurstby the flood consists chiefly of fencing, of which, in the aggregate, many miles  have been washed away, together with green  crops and whole acres of land. ���������  . The. Home Government has declined to  furnish this colony with" a special .copper  coinage, but has intimated its willingness to  send out a supply of the ordinary .English  coinage, a thing very much wanted.  ...  The late flood on the Hawkesbury reached  the extraordinary height of 62 feet, being 11  feet 6 inches higher than any known flood.  This was the highest known since the year'  1806.   :;   ...:'      - ----.-,.-".      .    ,   '': ;.;.;.   ..  A favorable report has been, received of  "NowTan'd's: creek diggings'/A'rmidale'.' -.,;"'y~y  A quartz reef was recently found at the  Roman. Catholic burying ground at Moruya.  Thunderbolt, the bushranger, robbed, the  mail between MurruruiicU and Tamworth on  Friday last. // /   v-  TheSir John Lawrence sailed for London  on the 31st of. July, with the most valuable  cargo ever shipped hence'in a-sailing. vessel,  ���������,     ' -���������    -ANTLER .CUEEK. '.' /���������/'���������./'       '  ;   ,.. Co rrie, & Co. a re p r'osp ec ting in . the cree k,  below the old Flume cb.'s ground^ and are  getting good- prospects.���������-Jennings & co.. in  the creek, above the "store, are making $15. a  :<lay to.the/ban"d.���������Driscbll co., ,2 men," are  ; taki ng 0 ii fc fro ra $ 18 to S 20 a d ay .-^-Sp ri nge r  /co. (tunnel) have reached the bed rock Which  . ;. ��������� *p pears to he hard 'and; sine 6 th; ��������� the co in-  / p a ii y are sti II.; pushing in .'"to wards the;h 111  - / wh ere they expe'e t to, ii u d .'.pay.', /-.���������/;-.   ' '' ���������  NEW   CREEK.'  Sitkaby the steamer John L. Stephens, to: be  p res en t at the ceremony of tra nsferriug. th at  territory to. Uncle Sam.^-Mr. J. A'. ."McCrea  has left Victoria for Sitka, where it "is said:he'  will, offer him se 1 f as a candid ate fo r tb e p osir  tiori of first delegate from Alaska to Congress  ������������������Tbere are. 30 or 40 miners at work 6h Leech'  river, who are making moderate wages.^-Admiral Hastings was about to proceed io Bur-  rards Inlet to examine it, with the .view oils u ilding a dockyard th -?re.��������� A colored mau  fro in V ictoria sh ot and mortally wo iitided: a^  man. named Burge,1 at Steilacoom, W. T.���������A  man jiamed Fisher was fliiecl S10 for beating;  a maid of the forest.--A Chinaman convicted'  on the 16th July, by a general holiday. All  the public offices and institutions, as well as  the principal wholesale and retail places of  business, were closed.  undergoing very:  efficient repait'3 at the bauds of th������ lessee, Mr:.:  Marsh,.was opened on the 2nd inst., by a perform an ce under the'; patro na&e. 0f. Admiral  .lla/it:ings,and officers of-the Fleet.���������A race  /./ - We were sh0wn,by'Ned Campbell, who ,'r.e-i  . turned: y esterday _��������� J rom - a prospecting trip/  about an dunce of  coarse.gold, which''jit������;  states, was obtained by him. one'-of five pans  of dirt .that he washed-in;a new. creek, - some  two days travel to the'south-east of this place  The creek is about. 24 miles iu length, and the  ti igghtgs a p p ear to be ve ry' sh al low. u 01 exceeding 4 fee tin depth;; so far as had been  prosj)ected. Our informant deeming it now  too late in the season to ,co in men ce operations  has decided to return about Christmas, when  he intends to whip saw lumber for sluices  and prepare for work on the first approach  /of spring.'.  CEDAR   CKSEK. ���������    .  The Aurora co. are making about $15.a  day'to the1 band. It is the* opiuion of the  foreman,-Mr. Hazeltine, that the claims on  this creek will.be able to work till December  the weather beiug so mild in that quarter.  Discovery co; are averaging about $14 a  day to the hand..  Duncan McMartin and ���������Love have just  returned from a prospecting tour, which extended in a south-easterly direction from Cedar creek, towards the bead waters of the  Thompson river... The party found some very  good prospects in several places which they  tried, and intend returning iu the spring.  Rise in Flour,���������We understand great apprehensions are being felt by our miners that  provisions and especially flour are about to be  raised to an unusually high pricey aud the  consequence is that many are betaking themselves to the lower country. We are assured  by those who are well posted in these matters, that there is no danger of flour rising  any higher than 30cts. ^ tb., as the article  can be imported from Yale at that price.  Polio: Col'RT.���������Two luckless miners, who  had been paying their devoirs rather too  freely at the shrine of Bacchus, wcre arrested  yesterday morning at an early hour, in the  street of Barkerville. and on being brought  before Mr. Brew, were discharged ^with a  caution.  Chaxge of Tdie.���������As will be seen by an  advertisement in another column, Barnard's  Expr<luj will, on aod after this date, depart  from here every Thursday, and arrive hero  every Monday, until further notice.  mr Allow no on>i to put. you oir with any other  Co.Toe tban Fell's best.   To be had l'r?m ?ll r������p?ct  *yA* fleslm.  purse or stuuu.���������istana g  cherries; were ' exposed for dale in /Victoria  market on 3rd ihst.���������A. seam 0f ..anthracite  coal, six feet thick, has-been discovered at  Hoopers river which-empties into Skidegafe  Bay;���������Th e Ste a m er Di a n a h a 3 b ee'n. ch a Hered  to;.convey' a quantity of U. S. stores to. Sitka.  New Wkotukstkr Imuis from GoLUM&rAX  aki> Examiner.���������Great preparations are being  made for; tbe agricultural exhibition, which  will come off at an early day,���������Capt. Irviug  has offered a premium of $10 ;for the best  bushel of wheat exhibited at the coming fair  and grown in British .Columbia.���������Hon. H, M.  Ball arrived on the.4th.���������The Columbian indulges in the  hope that in the event of this  colony being admitted into the confederation,  the Hon. A. N. Birch will be appointed Lt-  Governor.   Such an appointment, we doubt*]  not, would be hailed by New Wesfcminsterites  with satisfaction, but we are  certain not by  any colonist outside of that favored locality.  ���������The Indians are gathering large' quantities  of cranberries tbis season.    This fruit, it appears, is now selling in the San Francisco  market at from $1 50 to S2 per gallon.���������'An  Indian found a specimen of silver ore on  Squamish river, whore; he states, there is hi-  you of it.���������It is rumored that the Hon. P.  O'Reilly will be gazetted as stipendiary magistrate of New Westminster, vice llonble. C.  Brew.  ���������toerpr.oauce.;.. .;���������,..���������;.. ��������� ---v*  The meeting of the New South Wales Parliament'on the 22nd; of July drew together a  larger assemblage to -witness ��������� the --ceremony  than has' been usual of Tate years.;: '  ��������� .,' y, . .-;. VICTORIA-.'������������������. ���������  ;' Latest newspaper dates from;, Melbourne,  arc to/the 27th of .July, and telegraphic by  way of Syxlncy tp the 29 th ��������� 0f the same mon tb���������;  Wil lis," the fratid ulen t;bauk manager at' Tar-;  nagulla, who pleaded guilty .to/the .charge, of  embezzlement.-has been 'sentenced to;; two  years7.imprisonment, with bard;labor/. .:  A prize .fight, between McLaren; ahd.Car--  s tairs w as to. b a ye com e off- 0 n' th e 10 th : Jul 'y  0n: Mu'd island/Port Phil iip. Two . steamers  were chartered to convey the. men and spectators.. A strong wind- was blowing., and no-  bo dy co n \d land.. T he steam ers th en. m ade  for Diomaiia anchoring .under-Arthur's Seat.  Three  QCEEXSLAXD, SOUTH   AUSTRALIA AND . TASMAXlA.4  ..It is anticipated that during the forthcoming season 800 tons ot sugar will be manufac^  tured in the district of Maryborough, Queensland.' '-'���������.. "���������   -.       ' '��������� ". ���������'/  The cotton crop in Queensland is very Satisfactory.    Five . hundred  and sixty-seven -���������  bales have already been shipped for England. .  The sugar plantations are also successful.  The revenue of Queensland for the quarter  ending 30th.June; amounts to ������134,471, being.  an increase on the corresponding quarter of ���������  last year of ������20,000. ���������.  -Payable gold diggings have recently .been-,  discovered hear Clarke's river, about two  hundred and fifty.miles from, Bowen, Queens-'  land.   Those now on the field are making  about 30s. per day;       ' . ;,;   ���������'.    ���������  ; According to the agricultural statistics of  the colony of South Australia, the wheat crop  .dnriorctlxe..; p.aBl y. ear amciiuxted.. J:qJ.oG.LSS.X-  busheis���������a larger gross, yield by nearly 2,000r  000 bushels than was ever before gathered in  the colony.   A large quantity of this has been ���������  exported to,Engiaud, where it met with ready ���������  sale at remuoeralive prices.   The Paris cor-:  respondent of the South1 Australian Register,.  mentions in his letter that the gold medal for.-  wheat has been-awarded to South Australia  by the judges of .tbe Paris Exhibition./ ..-.  ' "t Th^imTttament of South ^Viastr alia; WRs-for--7  mally opened by his Kxcellency SirDominick '������������������  Daly, on the 5th July; ���������'..,: *;  /  ^���������^'The inquiry .'into the/conductof Mr; Booth-/  by,; ohe?of the judges of the Supreme Court of -  South Australia^ has/resulted in :tii3.. removal  -     ��������� ���������       .   '  :  ������������������;���������  ���������. ������������������<  ,  :-���������  -���������'  ./--���������-';���������'  T  .������  <  .*'  V  .-   :k;:-  '-  Z'-yy  ���������}  ��������� :'Uk  '  "  *     -  ;= /<2Z:  0  - {/��������� ..���������  .... -. ..  -  .    '  '.-: -. ' -,"  '  ."''';=>���������  ,.\  '.  '' v\  ......  -  <.*.*������_.  ���������*.*���������**+���������.++>**  ��������� -.-"   -'   ~ ..;  . ..- :.-. - -1; "\: vi  ������������������ ;������������������:;.%���������.'���������.'���������;��������� \/yy������*\  ���������'..    -*- '  ���������'���������  ���������''--,���������''���������   ?''V"i'":--A  put off for the shore, about three  mil es 'di st ant, two w;ere c apsize d i n; th e su r f  and:-/ eigbt?^ persons at .; 1 east were dr0wned.  Man v 0 th er p ersohs. were" "res c u ed . w i tl i. d iffi-  cuiV-;- /-��������� ;- ^-"2-' yy'V.y,;y^/y, >  ',-'.; A nugget- of gold:; weigh ing 50 ounces has  bee iV fo u'ii d at; Tarad ale, Vi c. tori a.. ���������.    '' ���������"..'.  The marriage of two educated aboriginals  was Celebrated at the mission station, Rama-  liquick. Gipps.Land. Victoria, on the" 10tb of  July, with considerable ceremony. About  lo.O visitors, the greater number of whom  w e re o f t h e fai r sex, we re ]3 resen t.  Proceedings tor tharemoyal of Mr. Justice'  Boothby have how been taken under the Act  22 George III, which authorises governors of  colonies in executive .council, to effect such  removal in;cases of misbehaviour .or neglect  of duty.   The charges brought against him  pointed third judge,' Vice Boothbyr v. Zy/Z? ��������� //..  ���������-.������������������ Pi*nfrr>i->hirm mftAtinofs nrAhpinV..hftld ih 'Af^f>-;  gasfitters' in ;A*dei'aidc,owi hg to Itho"_M^ji.b(ourae,"./-  authorities having been beforehand;':.jiidd'!'niir-  -;  ���������;"���������������������������"."./.." {BoYoki'C. BrL������wS;E?q.) ���������; '-;. ���������'-.-//    .;���������*'  ' ':, /���������:     ;* -/. ^Tuesdayv October ;15; i8671-J ��������� y'  ��������� ..;.:  arc as follows/Z-LZ   Conduct and language  icioiis and disresuectful to the Court  GOLD COMMISSIONER'S COURT.  (Before C, Brew, Esq.)  Monday, October 14, 1S67.  N. Cunio & Co. vs. Olive co,���������Defendants  to show cause wiry they should not be ejected  from 300 feet of mining ground on Red gulch,  jumped by them.���������Judgment for plaintiffs lor  tbe extent of ground claimed, each party to  pay their own costs.  Tuesday, October 15,1S67.  Tennessee Co. vs. Wilson Co,���������Defendants  to show cause why they deprive plaintiffs of  the use of sufficient water of Williams creek.  to enable them to work their claims. Judgment���������Plain tiffs were allowed to have a head  of thirty inches of water, either by night or  day.  contumacious and disresj  of Appeals, and obstructive to .the said Court  i ii the p er form an ce of i ts d u ties. 2. Per verse  refusal to recognize the authority of Pariia-,  merit; and to. administer tbe laws of the province. Expressions on the bench disparaging  and insulting to the legislature, the .Government, aud; the institutions of the province, and  language and behaviour on the Bench calculated* to bring the administration of justice  into contempt. 4. Language on the Bench  offensive and irritating to the other judges  and public denial,of their authority. 5. Allowing private and persoual feeling to interfere with the fair and impartial administration of iustice. In addition to these there is_  a^further charge against his honor, u of having assumed a position inconsistent with the  equal administration of justice, and which in  certain events would put a stop, to tho exercise of the functions of the Supreme Court-  such charge being contained iu a letter from  their honors the Chief Justice and Mr. Justice  Gwynne to his Excellency the Governor."  The Chief .Iustice lias since been removed.  Three children strayed into the bush at  Daylesford, Victoria, on the 3rd July. An  unsuccessful search by their parents and several other persons was made the same day.  On the following day a public meeting was  convened by the mayor, and the result was  that the shops were all closed, and 700 of the  inhabitants turned out under experienced  bashmen, and scoured the country for miles,  but their search was fruitless. Several parties bare been prosecuting the search daily  ever since, but as yet no clue to the missing  children has been obtained.  The sixteenth anniversary of the independ-  :h<  1)L_      w  made;'oil bath/^ntinued'/the/case tiir^Ota;'-  November"/next;��������� /. //', ���������/:' " *.::/:" ��������������� '"'//���������'?'.' /-"//'-  ;; Pierce & Bros," v>; J. Turley���������This was also; /j  a su ni mo ns on a ;j n dgra e; i t.. The: cl efe n danfc .;  fai 1 ing to enter an appearahce, a! warrant was. ;;  ordered to be issued'.- for defendant;s arrest; -!;  fo r con torn p 10 f co.n r fc.-''/../.   . /.'   ''.        . ;.   .  J. Anderson vs/ E. Thu rber���������Defendant ap^ . ���������  peared on a judgment summons, aiid deposed.;  that she had no means - of satisfying the debt  at present.    The.case was continued till',->0(h;  No ve m b e r n ex t, on t he p ay men t 01 $ 10.     v( ������������������ ,  Philip .Hick vs. W. Herbn-Snif for S467  '���������:   . ^  '������������������������������������������������������.��������� ��������� -, '���������;:   :. '��������� ������������������'<���������;*.- \'i- ������������������'.'."  vey of Black Hawk claim, Grouse creek.--i. /  Judgment for plaintiff.  Jas. McNerhanicvs;'L. A. Bendixon���������Suit  'for. $499 50,; being-balance of account due for  contract.   Judgment, for S44S 75. ���������        ' ;  ;.  Accident.���������A miner on Mosquito gulcn got  his head badly cut by falling on an axe lust once of Victoria, and its separation from -New  vfoidav " i South VYalea. was celebrated in that- colony  .  Benefit   fou   the   Hosvital.���������Professor .  Hermann's performance.for the benefit of the'  Hospital* was given last night at the .Crystal  Palace Saloon, and attracted a large aud. respectable audience.   The Professor was very  ably assisted by Mons. Endt, whose card and  bottle tricks were performed with a degree  of skill and adroitncss;only attainable by one .  well up in the art of sleight-of-hand.    Mr-.  Wilson gave one of his favorite solos on the  cornet-a-piston, which was loudly encored.  Tho  entertainment w'as   concluded with a  scr ��������� es o f rn y stcriou 3 an d w 0 nd e r in I delusions  in the art of ventriloquism.   Wc were unable  tb learn what the proceeds amounted to, but  from the   crowded state of the bouse, we'  should imagine that a handsome sum was  realized.  The Expected Aurtval of Prince "Alfred  in Australia.���������Great preparations are being  made throughout the Australian colonies to  give a suitable.reception to Prince Alfred.  who was to arrive in Australia about the end  of October, and after visiting the capital of  each colony, proceed to Tahiti, and probably  Vancouver Island, and from thence return lo >  England. ��������� ���������  Bed ������octv Drain.���������Upwards of seventy feel;  of a new drift has yet to be run before the  Cariboo claim will be drained. This, it is believed, will be accomplished hi the dears* *f  ten day:?.  ��������� .'.'.' ������-\���������t  7 r-.i*^:  /V:/*t-N-.  ������������������ ��������� ���������.:-?.-,-? r'  ��������� ��������� ��������� ���������������������������-, $.-<������������������.  :"--'r^Z  /^;yi  ftumimiammim. fWTJSPS^^^^Baefflg^^  A HUMAN  TIMEPIECE.  &;W&tf������&.  A wonderful story is told of a man named  J, D. Cbevally; a  native of,Switzerland, who  ;  iad in 1845, at the ajr/e of .66, arrived at an  ... astonishing degree of. perfection in reckoning  ���������"'������������������ time by an internal movement.   He was, in  fiiCt, a human timepiece or living clock.    In  his youth he was accustomed to pay great ats  ..: :.teation. to the ringing of bells'and vibrations'of  i pendulums, and by degrees he acquired the art  , of counting a succession of intervals exactly  -  equal to those Which the vibrations of the  ���������  sound produced.   Being on  board a steam-  - boat on Lake Geneva oil the 14th July. 1832,  lie engaged to indicate io r the crowd arbu n d  ���������: V, tbo lapse of a quarter of an;hour,'or as many  laihu tes : and: seconds A as any. on o chose to  Vrjamej and this > during' a: ; most   diversified  ;: conversation with::thosev standing by ;  and  : further io indicate by his vbice, -the moment  wbeiiv the   hand  passed :; over the quarter,  mi n iites, or a ny o th er sub d iy jsioh p revi ously  4rstrp\ t htted* dtfr;-tt&4{jo: wh ole'^euree 'of-the - "cx*-  perimenfc  .This-ha did without mistake, notwithstanding the exertions of those abont'mm  ������.to   distract, his - attention,   and clapped his  ;..'> hamls.ai the'concliision of the fixed time. His  .o wi' account of Bis;gift. was as v fo11 cws.: -." I  '��������� have acquired by imitation, labor.and patience  . /a; in oy emeu fc .which neither, thought nor labo r  i^pt^anyt^ '���������' :;'-H is similar to -that  .'of i pendulum, which at each moment of ^o-  NEW advertisements:  E.S   P.   TAYLOR,  yfy   Druggist, ;:  BARKERVILLE.  AS CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND   A; CHOICE   SE-  .* lection of Drugs and Patent Meoicijes luclud-.  ins tho celebrated   Golden   Balaam, aud   Sfurpny s  Mixture?, for tho complete cure of Secondary Syphilis.  -Alsociitrreat variety of. Sarsaparillas, Hair Brushes  Tooth Brushes, Combs, Tooth Powders, Sponges, Fancy  Sdaps, Lubiu's Extracts,' Rose Water and other Per,  fumerips, Garden Seeds, &c, &c _   ���������-.���������,���������,  v Just received���������an assortment of Stationery, Pocket  Diaries for 1867, and Billiard Table articles.      ���������  ',:���������'. p. S;,���������Prescriptions carefully compounded,     l-s  FOSTER,   OF   LILLOOET,  .CHEMIST.  >Qiy:ly-'f:^y:^^y-.y;:'::r  $������$zyyyyzz^  '/yy.-i:      '-..'.-I :,';V   ���������';.'- ������������������    ./  i:'^M''<  :.; i;/;? ;r ��������� in the; ol cl; coun try where J come from, it was  ^^;Qust|6mJS6;^ive, the children something  S4 Mi&ti j the vp.areiits d i ed.?' . Where at ��������� th e re w as  ^;i^pie;laughterjl)nt no more enquiries.  ZyZ^^Am^^a^ in Paris was in want of a hat  ... aii(Jy<h6t being;-abie to speak French* consi-  ���������^dere'd': hi nisei f plucky, iu  stumbling upon a  -store! wh ere such." arti cl es were so 1 d. to fin d i n  gol d le iters / it p on the; wi nd o w w English ,;.s p o -  ken; h ere.? \./ He entered, sel e clad . h is b a t, an d  asik. ed h 0 w ra u ch. and was 1 rep lied to as fo 1 -  lows by: the French shp pkeepor:.   " I won! d  ch arge a gentl em an t we n iy frapes ;   I will  charge you sixteen.". A Frenchman wouldn't  often give such: a doubtful.;comp lime nt.  A Missouri farmer being asked if raising  hemp was a good business, answered,���������  ". I can't ;.s'artin say, but it"., is;.,'surely better  than being raised by it" ...  ��������� jm^if you'want'gpod Coffee use; Fell?s.  j* nsi^to r%7tn treyur ������������r.tr wvjxt omMXM<*imm\im+ -jru  AS FOR SALE, and constantly on 'hand,  a well assorted Stock of))ru������s, fill the Chemicals  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.  VICTORIA SEED STORE  Corner of Langley Alley and Yates St. ���������  MESSRS. JAY &" BALES  Have opened the above premises with a large  and well assorted Stock  ��������� op ���������.���������-'-.���������  FRESH AGRICULTURAL, VEGETABLE  . AND FLOWER SEEDS. ���������   :-  Tho business of the late firm of Jay k Co., Fort St.,  and Springfield Nursery, will bo carried on hy them  mail its branches. '    .     ������: '���������{,���������'���������  Fri'it Trees and Bushes, Evergreen and, Deciduous  Shrubs, Bulbs and Flowering plants of every description. ���������'���������������������������������������������--.- ..:'1-ls  used  bv Physicians,   Photocrraphers,  Assnyers   and  Drucgists' sundries.'"    ���������-.-���������'        ������������������" /���������"''/"''/   ';*'"  Retorts, Crucibles, MuOlcs, Cupels, Ingot Moulds,  etc., e.tc^  ;       ;'.-.: . '    .'  -  '   "  PRESCRIPTIONS   PA1THFULLT PREPAREO.  .��������� :'.   ���������'.���������   ������������������    .  ���������       :   "    .'     V. W. .FOSTER,  '" mal. - .,���������-Chemist  YALE .ADVERTISEMENTS.  ,.: %&* A complete.assortment of Stock constantly on  'hand.;;.;.. Zy.-.:������������������; 22';-'     ���������/.':'":'"'-./. .'"       ' T\  1's/  , ��������� *.  ��������� !i/: y / -.FltOKT^STRKET^vyALB,' B. ;.'C.,   >y  TVEGS TO* ANNOUNCE to tbe inhabitants of Cariboo  l> that he intends to forward (as soon as. the state of  '.      \FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE!  a'call ucfore engaging eiscwne  .';:-������������������' ALWA\r'&  BAILEY.  I:: Yale, April Stb, 1S67. ; V'.   '���������;/-'- :V :" ��������� '.  - 1's,'  C:E: SuttbhV'.-  !t\EALER"1N Winhs, Liquors and Cigars, : Coal Oil.  JL/ Goal.OilLnmps,'&c.,'...: ';���������'.;'.-.���������-.- /���������-���������"/��������� '���������������������������  Storaj  din's:!  YALE, B. C.  PARTIES SHIPPING GOODS BY THE YALE--LYT-'  Jl   ton Roijte, are advised that  ,"���������- KIMBALL & GLAD^VINT-  Have erected !an extensive Storehouse and Dock .at  Yale, and tiro prepared to Receive, Store, and Forward  Goods.   Goods re-packed, and freights engaged at tbo  Lowest Rates. ������������������  parties shipping goods through us will please mark  to the care of .  Is KIMBALL & GLADWIN.  fpHE UNDERSIGNED begsto inform-the miners and  I rt^idcrits in k around Van* Winkb*.that lie will in future keep an assorted ..and GOOD STOCK on hand, and  hopes by close attention to business, and by selling  at-LOWER RATES than heretofore, to meet tho patronage of all.  Orders from outlaying creeks accompanied with tho  CASH, will be forwarded  with promptness and dis-  j������g=* Terms -.CASH, without distinction.  1-s .1. W. LINDHARD.  BLUE   TENT,  ��������� OR ���������  127   MILE   HOUSE  THE UNDEDSIGNEn HAVING PURCHASED Tin?  desirable properly, is now Prfp'owl to accommodate the travelling public. The table Is supplied \vjth  th 0 very b est of viands, Th e b ed rooi n s a n ��������� 1 hot I s' are  as comfortable as e.ouId- he desired, and th* BAR contains nothing but the best brands of LIQUORS and  CIGARS.  A good stock of Grain and Hay alivavs on hand.  .   Sri\ May, 1S67. ' 3     ; W. WRIGHT.,  VICTORIA ADVERTISEMENTS.  a.  Tins  Oarit>oo/ S^ntmel,"  VSSMI-WEEKLY   PAP.ER.     ...  .PtJBLISHEp   EVBRY   MONDAY    AND   THURSDAY.  ALLAN. & CO...PROPBiBToks. .  .���������OvaoK���������BARKERVILLE, Wiluams Cruek, Carijjoo.  Subscription; $ I per Week.  r-    *. t- "      ���������   , ...     ' ^     *���������   . ' wins, risr.ois, ������:c , lorsaie.  tmcmain-3 cost of aehverj^) Payable   to tae Carrier j     m������ Government street opposite tbe Theatre,    1-s  CASA1MAYOTJ be^s'leave to state that he  has removed his stock of Goods consisting of Git'V  oi;:ri p, &g. , fro m Wh a rf a trebt to tl 10' B ri c Ic B u i 1 ���������} i n g  on Yates'street, adjoining Cowpnr's Boot Store,, opposite Wells, Fargo k Co.  ��������� He will sell his Goods by Wholesale, afc the lowest  rates, for cash.   ���������. ; I,s-,i  IXrilXlAM ZELT^EH, dealer in .Drums. Mkdt  y V ci.ves Jind CnEM.tcAT.s. Fancy a.n'i Toil-'t Articles-  Spon gps, Br ush os, Por f u rrie ry', &c. Ph ysi cl a lis' Pro-  scri pt ions carol u 13 y com pou n d e <\. a n d ord ers a ns vv en ��������� r!  wiT.h care, and dispatch.    Victoria, V*. T. 1-s  .  A. BULER & CO.?S  pHEAF, Store.'. LADIES' a nd GEN'T'S CAST OFF  \j Clot 11 i nff bougli t an d sold. Se con dha n d Wa tc ties,.  Guns, Pistols, &c , for sale.  LONDON   HOTTSE,  GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA.    :.  WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL.  J. H. TURNER���������.& CO..  IMPORTERS  OP '   .  English <fc French Silks. Shaw Is,. Dresses, Un  ' defclothiuc, Gloves, and every." description of  Di'ipery Goo<!������������. :  Receive regular supplies by Express via Panama and  by sailing vessels.vlii Cape Horn.       '. ���������'  ' /gg=* Particular n tU'ntion ci ven to a Herders, .  London Firm���������J. V. Tonstalt.& Co.    '��������� 1-s  .j^^;.^.:^  ,    HOTEL DE; FRANCE,  GovEixxNrvNT Street, Victoria, V. I.'.. -  fTHE RESTAURANT is supplied with all the  .1 delicacies of the season, and tho sleeping accomodation is ro.pletp with every comfort. -The best 'oP  Wines, Liquor's aiid Cigars.  1-s". J. BIGNE& CO.,.Proprietors.  TTENRY   GREENBAUM, . WHOLESALE    LIQUOR  11 \Store, Tmportt.-r of. Fine MKMSGHAUit Pipes, Stems  .Mouthpieces, Cigars and Tobacco, Johnson street, Vic-  toria, V;i.;      *r   -. '���������"'.'..'''���������,'' :Vs..'-  TULES RtTEFF, Commission-Mprchaxt,  Royal  J   Hotel Buildinc:,. Wharf street Victoria, ..V.' I.. 1-s.  T\   CLEAL'S  Cofpek Hopse  anp: Rkstacrant,'  Um Government Street,'Victoria, V.-1../This is the  cheapest, most comfortable, and best attended Establishment in the City .     ., v,       '��������� ': x .:'������������������-���������������������������'���������'���������������������������  The BAR is'always supplied- with the choicest..of  Winks, Ltqiors and Cigars.        -       : '1-s -  i:   FRANKEL. Victoria, V. I., Dealer in FtiRS,  x\.������ Ski.ss, Hidks, Wool, kc. -������������������.Liberaladvances.made  on Furs consigned... R^fr- ���������        r'   a-'��������� 9- "������    v~;>-  hart Bros. Victoria, V. I.  on Furs consigned... Rvferthce���������G. Sut'ro&.Go., Rein;  1-s :  ..   .  fi SUTRO &' CO.. Importers axh Dealeks in  AjT. , CIGARS, TOBACCO, Mcerslmum Pipes, ko.} S E.  corner oi Yates and Wi) ari'sifcet, victoria ..  s.  ���������-J77'WONG, LKE k CO., Commission Mkrcua'nts, Im-  l\ port'crs, aod Dealers in Chinese Goods, Victoria,  V. I., Yale, Lillooet, Quesnelmouth, and WilHsms  Creek'.' .- 1-s  |7   lil.ALLAXDAINE, COLLECTOR  AND  GENERAL  Pj ���������AGENT. Government Street, Victoria, V. I.    I-s.  HAILT and WEEKLY dBRITISH COLONIST  U and VICTORIA CHRONICLE." Orders for mail-  ing either the Duly or Weekly issues of the a hove, to  any part Of Europe* the United States, Cuiada, _ Australia, kc , left at this office or scut to Victoria will be  attended to; Terms in advance Wkeki.y. J2mos.,  with Postaco, $7 DO ; 6mos. do., $4 70. .Dailv, Vi  mos <lo., $23 ; Gmos do., $12 f>0.  OUR   COFFEE.  ROADSIDE ADVERTISEMENTS  STABLmG-Jbr HORSES,  WILLIAM   iyicVVHAr  LYTTON .CITY, B.' C,  . Begs to.inform the public generally that he has  STABLE & GORALL ACCOiODATIOI  On his premises for upwards of 200 Horses.  Hay an^ Oats for Sale cheap,  GOOD SADDLE HORSES FOR HIRE  TERMS   MODERATE.. >    il  ,)  G. E, ROMBROT,  BOSTON BAR, B.C,  Wholesale and Retail Merchant in  GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS  LIQUORS, DRY GOODS; CLOTHING, &o. is'  m MM et BEE? ;CBESK-house;  TS OPEN FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF TlIU  Travelling public; tho bedrooms are Hpaclousand  airy nnd the Beds cannot be surpassed for cleanlin^s!  and comfort by any in the lower country; the Table is  ������1 v?hys supplied with the best of viotuaIs."; Siab'iihg  j*or Horses; Hay; Oats and Barley constantly.on hand.  COLD    SPRING   HOUSE  fpHIS HOUSE is situated 26 milos.froni Qucsnelmbatb  I. The proprietors having lately fitted up-.bedvooni3  plie<' with the-best brands of Liquorsand Seearp; pwd  SUbling, Hay. Oats and Barley.. ff$r Tho.CHfiAPESr  House.on tbe Road.-... ; .;. ;.-. .. ,1-s  1 .  ���������   ,.'���������:'���������������������������  LAKE LA HACHE  ���������';.������������������-1  ��������� ��������� -.  ), \yy  and BEDS at moderate,rates.'"  MESSRS.  CORNWALL'S.-..;:  ������������������ A  tT THIS WELL KNOWN HOU$E,;half.wari)^fD  Spence's Bridge and Clinton,.on thei Yale Rititp.  Tra vol lers v; i 11 fi n d, G o'ort Accom mod a I ion.. Tlie be* ������(  1 i vinp,.0f Liquors, ������ nil 0f Wines Fresh BuUor, Milk  and Vegetables.   Good Stabling and cheap fwrt.   1-5.  '���������'.'     ���������:'-���������' ,''"���������:''."SODA' CREEK. ���������"���������' > -:-," .'.*'^i  A  GREAT REDUCTION.ho? been made in 'tlie chafes   ;j  A. at this establishment, so as to suit the time?. ;     .; j  ���������. i     ' Meals, $ 1; Beds, 75 Cents. "-; I  ...      McLEESE &-SENAY,  Proprietors.  -' May  1st,, 1867-; '   '  1-s  REST    HOUSE.  WE   ARE   FORWARDING   A  FUST GLASS ARTICLE TO CARIBOO,  Packed in Tina of from two to twenty-five p<ntnds  each.  1-s  WILSON k MCRRAY,  FortstrViot, Victoria.  THOS. WILSON & CO.  D1PORTERS OF. ENGLISH MEROIIADIZE  Wholesale an-.I Retail,  BEALS1SII ������EY G00BS, &������,  ''Masonic Hall Govern in en t Street. Victoria. '���������' .1-s :  A. W. PIPER; :   .  ���������CONFECTIO-NER, ,;  Government Street, opposite the Theatre.  f\A'S$ BI ES of e vftry ci oscri p r inn ma n u ni c tu rec! and  %J sold, Wholesale aiid Retail. ;���������"' ���������  X-P  Free Port for EYer!  WE THE UNDERSIGNED  TAKE ...pleasure iu.an-  imuiiciug tn i-ur mtniiirous' oustnmr-rs and' the  public, that we will supply them with the hcal-Fit'EXO!  LiiATHEK Boots (duty free) ever ollVired in B. C. '  XKfFAt.our old Stand, Government St, Victoria, V I  1-S .     CHAB IVYk BUTLER.  "    36 .MH.'������   POST, '      ;      .  BETWEEN YALE AND LyTTdNf;B.G.  TRAVELLETtS. will find every accom modal ion at this  Hotel.   ExcellentCooking.   GOOD BEDS.  STARLING FOR HORSES.  TIMOTHY HAY and OATS at Lowest Rates.  ���������   .     BOOTHROVD  BRO'S,.  X'.s-;������������������.;.?-���������'��������� ProprtctcB.-  _   ^ _.iaparte House;  CEMLEN  &  PARKE,  Proprietors;'aUtij  O Junction or the Cariboo-and Big'-Bend-jRoa^w  ri'  la:  h  ���������the times. Give them a call. Stabliis'g^Hay ?���������??'  attentive hostlers; Stages leave here regularly iyi-  vah;, and Cariboo '  T H E UNDERSIGNED   IS  NOW  PBEPABRD lJ  J    airord every accommodation 10 the travelling p������ '���������  Ho, and hop'-s by a strict attention to ������w������nfff,  mJril asharn-oi tho patronage ho<d.owed onliBJ'JJ.  p r'opr f e tors    Tli is isone of th e ri i os t com I orta������ p ��������� '  commodiuUB Kotels on the read, cr.ntain ng.ns it wj  warm and welI.furnished'bed romns w 1 th tfooa y^r  TheTARLE is supplied with every.delicacy'it>rj-  sihh' u.,procure,in. the upper country.:-'j'��������� JSmsat  stpolcedWith the  best oi* Liquors, and tno;;0������oi"... .  Cigars."'. ;���������  .    ,/JST MEALS,' $1 50   EACH. ^.  The sibling mr Horses is all that could *������*$$  and'the elvinre? are vcrv moderate.    f"Tr  J. C. BEEDY,  HO MMIS.SION &  FOR WARDING  A GENT,  X171 LL . PA V   P A'HTIOTJ LA R   ATT IWT1 ON ' TO   S E-  v V   1".ci injr, pu rcbas in g, or. ft >r wu r<���������'. ing G 00/1 s Ibr the  unp tcountry.  ' An y vj/\n \ n i^'i '��������� n en truste d to h i s ca re, will rb col vr  prompt attention,'  R.'-)ffir:1iif.;*,p :���������W. A. Mi^acham, E. A.' Wahhaj-is, T.  Harper. J.J. Brat,:j,y.  Victoria. April, XS8V 1    .  Kay for:H(ir������es  per di.y, ������2 ; OatVandBaricy'at the cheapest niarW ,  rates.  a  on  1-s  Che. uud ersfehed htis a largo quantity, of OAT H  hand, for sale in large."or small quantities-':       _.-  JOHN PELLETIER, Proprietor.    J\  BOSTON   BAR     ^;v<  International   Hpte������ ���������  IIS WELL KNOWN HOUSE is. ������������VJSrl7^  .Mkm    Tin- Table is supplied as torn^ri>     -^  e h-,^1, the market affords, and the' Coolm *m  : iwAh'.il.    The Bar is stocked With tnc,u������ ,  GOOD BKDS. w _q  WILLIAM CUAlVrn^  ���������ns aud Cigaks.  I-s  mm  m  *  ��������� 1 ��������� ^- ^naTtf.^^rgfUWTffmf^ffff^fffttfff^.WfftWffffW^^ITWn^Ti  ��������� l������


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