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The Cariboo Sentinel Oct 18, 1873

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' '��������� V.  -���������''   -       -      'SanFrancN  0  S'.reH,      -      -      -  '   30,C.>rnlui!f Lomlnn, E;C  !:v*' '<--7;---.*'.V>?^  p.. .-v .wt:.\ S.   ^^II.!-:.....,.  __  ..... __ _....  ^dsi'Cir^laVl Wslel la'hl l^ogr^nirnes fbr'  Balls and Theatrical Entertainments^Z .;  r|Executed;^ith neatnespan^lisfeicDlS:  r���������      Serinsraoderate;.   ,   ;i  ;^  1 pwbilsesiy&y^tieZdmMy&y iSoiiffionih  that; hia Jlegal assiatarifc was as great a scoun  drtilasiever^waSiStniekipffhi^ej^  ever; as' he1 thought his ko^wledge^Jntelit'tie  usefii!, he showed'bitn bii rj^pers^tortlr; fifrb:t������������  co m p are ^ theJ shr veyo ^  -.ft\ipn;djr.?**��������������� 1������J*-V;'K- -,m -:  curaions  ^eeriiifipg?  wiiicli _    1..������..;,..,,^..,...:>F^-.-,..>��������� v(  to ihe clergyman who fltood at the top-  fl Doctor, as, you^rhavejinol;',confined ������joi.}r  studies to geogntphy^biit".know all^thing,  from) the/1?or1ac������;tw|lhe^utre^prayihow far  is it frooi this to the bottomless pit in the in-  f^rnal' reg?0n?ifJ. ,.'��������� I;cannot exactly, ascertain  (he diHtf������nc^.lt replied the diviiie;" Uukl.etgii'i  ':^piir j hold and you" wi 11 soon know."  h^jioyEr^^Es^ff i.-:  ���������;'-M'i  fe65n$of&'J.H? 'Aky...  VMCCBg^  t^^?i^ ^tf v,:^f^?tilt'���������;;u/t.(^;'^^t ^FTiiCi. ^^^ 2\n  erf J, M?f T..CMJ .: li^t^;,^;^^  iNFANTicroR ra China.���������A Chinese official  ���������i=-Proviij*ial iTreasnrer of Hiipei has issued an  edict forbiddmg; the drowning of female children, which HeIsays takes'-place to the.nnmv  biT of .80 per.cent r He regularly argues with  bis people, 4ells; them they, can Rend their  ^:-  Ji:'-.Ti'^t'--^  ���������"'":&. 4.':'yjLM.-:t.  ISXHE.RL.AGE  TSK^ manjifactarfidrancTBoId^ by wijoJosaloand!'Jt-J  ���������^il|ia.i(S purity; an:a^;..,^, i;. \  \./^..\>i ^ .^\^  '���������H";r7:^-B^r<^:-^'^'?^ '''���������"��������� ���������:''v'' ^-:-'^-  ;   ^������,   .,<<<   J .������������������-.  ��������� ;,..!������,.   ���������.,<.���������-!..,.������',���������;���������>,.     ���������. r , ' - ���������. -; v  il-'^vj'- .������������������������-���������''��������� '^-.-. .= ���������:'.'-���������":-.i;..--���������'l -.'.-..'-.i. ." i!^.-'������������������.:���������::~;'.-';r.i  le  ���������gap  I^^^R^kcRton hand.,   v-   ;   ^ ., ,    --.  if#:^;H?'i^  " s ,podgirig Departmentj  ^..���������Mn.Md1|nr:priM .for their.������.       ..,.,.        , ...    ,    ...,'.',..,   ,   r  ,,,.,  y.-.'f.S  will bo  ^ j:f i i ^;::' ,/^;^ ^;f ? ft^^^l ^'? >>;.;. ^^ ^v^^ii H ;-;:;^ ^^/f x^^%^/^ :������i:7;^':-:  Bfe;;te^t;i^^  !������u1ibllP?filiiiI  ' ?rp.���������������������������:���������;  ���������which.must J>e true enough if, this destruc-  / Mon goes on���������and at last threatens I he people  repeated female birlSs? Kill ing female babies^,  *;he,^remarjcs .sagapionsly^jdoe^snnfemakejmale  babies corae, and there is?the child's wraith to  b e ; th nugtf j^ab ou ty v wlych, - may\^ ban n I A he  mother. -The Trepireals' evidentlyM.t^ery  much in earnest, and threatens ill people,  t and p|rJ|c31hSfly all^(|ier^^|^spm^n^vi  8frrin^cVia%uty fMm^eayen^ih^they^erfl^  verei-and besideswith puriishmenias wilful  homicijcfesi:.; He;'yr'fft; pave to adopt the; J nd ian  , i system at lastrand make i^agreat^offence for  a village '^have? fewer^girU* <>(; cigjitvthan  boys^rule^ba^d^^on 'tnVlascet;tainea'��������� fact  that^gli'ts,, ngi kilJed^at;once are^ever killed  afterwar&^tl^n^ouSp^ ':-  ;;.;���������������,  Suffar 3^ lbs for ftl      f *  Iron, 20c to 25c uer lb:  Maoiiinft^ii'.,$8 per gal.  Prided Candles, 05 liiji  iyQOVydmVPQi 50 cents per lb. I  J. R PACS?S TO'BXbtoVsVper lV. '  Jgl������ll assortment?Kri|,and ;GALfrtBOQlditi  hoks. $^;ga^h^^o^^:���������i2^.wnVJ  QUIRTS. $1 to S5 imicIl " ^ '' :; 4  OXNA DfAN-OLOTR SQITR, ^20" lo/'$s6;J"  B15ST?Fr;OCrR; ^ per sack. '- ' ~ :- --- f  JtorjferjlHe, August 2, 1873. v s    ���������   .        au2'"  ,4 /v^re  n  i^^jfi^r  .:: *.   *.*-: -.?���������'*���������;;������������������*.*"'���������'*..;'.���������   * *,-*'-i'-;1  *���������  , -  . ���������;: A i%preparerf3tpdfurnishj-Lumuer at 'thetiXJiW*  ���������  kV������" ��������� -.A- ^Wiwn Creek, or deiiver it;to OTdor     J'    ^^     ;  PW^yy2mynj>yjy'; y^Zy^y. spf-    .  y.FM TO ANiiJ^NGfifEHAT^HKY HAjTEBEAfOV&I>  .X. to thesptei'jus preni!S<s ftuincrly known as tl i"  6 fc^ George Saloon, wheru th ey > wjUtb e.-afc'all tiiuti  prvpared'torui^ish *r n;V y'*-"i'������-  '^;!M i^-f :i":������!.    -|-  ^- :%B ^0 ^S X)# A ^  m&2A;L;S5f v I  ^a   BEST   QUALITY:.  ''iz^mmfmmm  .'j-Wi   i~ !��������� v j  ���������^OrB;MC'.-?S.0TlGE'.  ..       V..,,:  an-Orilor ih:C6utioilvUjile^3-t%i,ptemb?r, l^Tl  1 A Pi^������tftt'.'invl?n'^lo������^Hi������'Ja  *W������  ������wii^W;MJ ,i.t was ,06^30Ined that in the (jv^nt oOa.PrG-oroptnr  A vKMsm\of^nglnudjgave the following 'r^fiihVlfiOacr^or^^  as. nil experience of .goin������r-*lto i the iraceks :���������:  star District;; he siiouM be allowbii t-> b>c.a/8 Twen; v  there -        - -  emnlion; the^sairl Ijxsation to lie; made uniler th<������ j?nm i  :ijil ^ anVI ;TOgjilation.s as issue'I uiutlbrJ(|a tol \27.tu|-Au ������������������  gust, 1878, as to. the purchusin| of* ansarvcyeVl  ton ���������;;  .._.   _, . _.. T... .  .,    w ^,,v ^....>.FTr.,.. ..^...^........ ,. front;the Crown, excepting"sw tj the ctish ptiynvni oi  Te an rp en on gh,, and Ik n 6 ws': him: by ' h is tvn$6r acre, |hnt/ lo be su) ������j vet- to .tho game c on i i -  norfrifi     ������rt T i-nirnd-wtt*'���������'��������� ':l!������.;   -..j     ���������   ��������� :���������[ tiousas.to.set^emnnt;!^ Iiui.1 .'recorle���������;;  portrait,   ho I takes off my hat. and gives j as a pro-empti^n ������hWtho^'Lnnf orni^ncMS70.������  three cheers for the Prince of Walesr-good  lh'arty;6nea4������penf )MM yrespe^a1>!fl-fook-  ing: man, dressed very fine, patted me On the  three cheers /more;;' sarid I gievV^iin* three  ^choers again.; And what do you .think; sii!  Tl^ ^s?n)r^fje. he^a8 fi^H!^ W^^n *  hnelf- wailcect' ^wiih^ mj^witch?and Ibain  and ������10 jn gold.,^  ���������JfiKvHr); ^^j^ac^y^rs^yyy.    :,T!ie"BAR :ta"fttrBfa'u'ed "witTi IFe' flacst"W������NfiS; r/, r:./. .;;,, ���������, ������������������rr ^-f-���������t '   " ���������; ..    ���������  Blar^i'-t-lililpe^? "=  ���������yy:y\>;^7-:;;^*;-^^;i5:ei^ia^<!:^���������-��������� >>*-w.^ ���������;,���������;,  ^.s  u^-  ,    MLl*Q110rs/;; V.i ���������   ,   r ^  .;���������. a  gives | as a pro-empt  no rt  '%/i rut On' inunco A men 11 acn t Ac t,'1873,".'-������ n >  shall appertain to and form ati; a<U.;ili'������n.to siicli pr -  eniptiun,  . -.;��������� -���������: robert beavem, -  Ciller Commissioner ol Lin (is nn I Works.  (jctcirla^Sepl. ISf 0673^"/; / 5? J i";. "\: , "': vrnvt'l m' ;��������� .'���������  NOTICE.  l*itfi  '"'ii:'*;**  B  ^^Nrpig^^ngland^ ^per contains  the following specimen hf matrirnonlaPadver-i  worth only  abutit jfilOOO, but very rich in  mental aod; mor^3������Sr<|n.fte^r^8 a wile.  E^ica/iori' thproughjy^appreclated, but those  quuKties whioh^go^fe Mie h6mi4^p^y^nail ���������  B^aye the first cqnsWeratloa.'  Scriptural re-  "gion aeBlrable^^t&Mndldii'tai..for this  situation iuHst:!go: through.ja-sharp examiu  ation.   And>W0-I^djr'4]^;������ji8tf%ii0a^ilj^.  cm? /.^olirB^VHH'aot^'esp^ifilJ/ feus/'to  toe successful individual.  DEOKASED..  : .1 Iilj" PERSONS :mdebtea?..to':6'r. having  i"V , claims; against "tho estate or" :J, W: Lin (1 hari:!^  1 tteof'yiinWinklei Lightning Creek, Merchant, tie-;  ceaintti:are.requested.to pay .siioh debts, or ;senjl: in.  pVrticulars of such claims, to Tlieotlore Lin:lbard and  A. Tewasmf^^at^^nWinicloi^t^el oi'  tho deceased. .  . ,������,,.���������     ..v THEODORE LINDHARD, > Artmiiiis^-  .;,*;;,..;-.;." v> A./To\yNSENi>,;;. ;���������.;���������-   r ��������� *^^-- ���������  VwiWinkle, Llgh tning Creek,  ���������������������������.-V'Jalirl,-W78*   '  I ;tratbrs.  Jul5 ;  :��������� / :   ENGWSH DRUGS! VV-    !;  PRpPRlgm^  Cllerraliei^^ L^ior^ Hair  COUGH LOZBNGE3, &o.f &c.  JsiK TeetH carefally* ��������� Exr  tracted and Filled.  r^^ Prescriptions and Family Recipes ac  curately prepared;- :  Barkerville. NiVv^ga, 1S72.C - m>&  ..,-;,:?Ji-,  ; ROASTED t^AIL^A^  Z:Z -j.': :��������� '.:(J0;E;P 'fl^;;^^ '^'���������l^iV'V  PIONR;-;;;;v;M^  A fresh supply of which has just been tt-  ���������. "s ������������������������������������;i ���������'��������� <-'"?-/���������*'��������� :.'������������������ ceivedi  -:"; *-'i-. -:'' ���������'-,��������� Jr/-:  |>ArlTIE8,r INTENDfNa   ,TO':'V'4"VAlL  ���������������-'."' Uiemselvesbf the new Minhig Law iin'J to pur-,  chfjise-fcheir ground, caii have tho Survey of the same  and Maps roau> by .addressing . .,,..   ,, .  ":,>��������� CAPt, 0.J. TRAYAILLOT,  0*  $&avM:bai^^ at 'I -A.M  LIQHTNIKG;01iEEK AT $ P.M. -  PaiSsage,- $2.;��������� for the i-oirnd trip,- $3;  -ih  treisrht taken at io r' rates. .    - v:    ^ ' /i  apl2 ii. C; VV1LMOT.  apl5tf  =:<������;; v(i;  JAMES .VyiCKHAM^  "   /* -     ;   !?   Barkerville.  J=  ii-t:-'f-  ^1'OcferiSsfaiMi Pyoyisidiis;  ;v L T G H TN 7 ;N G *l$W$Y'ttT2  apl2 r���������������v~ ���������* ���������������,**.=..*. =s 7*  lIlROAiUROOSENTiNKL  MINING PARTNERSHIPS.  The decision of ������ie GoM'Corntniss^ervfn  r ,e tiothair case'rcpprfed in another column,;  h������a brought the tiueslion of mining cop^-  ershlpa prominently before >e publicr It  would appear 'f^'^/ii^^^^^R wuuuCTmv..������.��������� ---  SaRsed ipon th* j.idgment .referred to, thai Was forcibly ejected from the e^abhsbraen^  ^iners*ave: ^ ** In the melee, the Chinaman rec^v^c^  existence ������������������$ ^ ^eotiony n ��������� the Mining A������t  Pouck Cocrt.--On Tuesday last Albert, an  Indian, was charged before Jon. Nutt, J.P.t  with having assaulted the keeper of a Chinese restaurant tn -BarkervUie; cutting him  on the head. It appeared from the evidence  that on Saturday, last Albert par to".k of soup  In the restaurant; and when asked for payment politely suggested- that the amount  should be boohed. Instead of complying  with Alberts request, the Chbaraan seized a  wooden roller and belabored the Indian, who  which plainly;. atatea .thfti ;::'t^ Np^ ^������ingv<spi>������t?-  Z nerahip shall 'continue^ for7a Vonger time iha|i  one year, unlessotherwise specified la writing  by the^partifH'-fl; ftmVnow tiat th'eitieyes have  beVn;6peheli.'to'ttiai!Mt that'sucti js the law.  some among tbeir number assert that the 8ec-  Aam";jwjjlV.baye'.������i^'.I^uHoiia^BMii.on mining  >������perte������tl8*, and ^places *\he;'"��������� miner "without  cieana at the mercy of .his weaUby partners,  ���������frtib way /tafte \ ad vantage of his necessities  ������and force a dissolution at' a time when he; la  aiNprepared^ them for the  Men lion of ��������� Ms own - property,   in tho to-  thair case, wherei>the membera of the com;  $any ^Wefe; .evenly'"8iVided��������� in  oppositioa.  probably the only remedy was a, dissolution,  ���������;.<��������� 'the winding up of the partnership. and the  public\'i^J^w ptp^i^yy But this course.  hh we ver V just, however u nay oidable. must  'j V.ln^kfc*������eriouB;1njurymen such;of-the members.  % vboSdesire' ioretain their interests aiid have  ^not the means tb purchase them when offered  ,at public nale; ?and will natrirally enough be  r considered by them an unjust, bigh*haoded  proceeding.   If the case had been decided  aoorits merits, it would have been' the first ca>e  "utv the hind adjudicated upon in our Mining  Court, and have furnished a precedent for the  settlement of such disputes in future ; but in  ���������qtder to prevent a diBplay.of ��������� mntual recrim  .     inationi on the parVof ihe litigants, the Judge  based bis decision on the first point urged by  .pkinttfis' counsel-fthe right of dissolution of  co'partnerBdip'established by section 79 of the  Mining Act���������and, having no discretion in the  .matter, he granted the dissolution. * :2y  .: The decision of the Gold Ooramissioner in  the Lothair case, inily warranted by the  Mioiog Law--- a creation.of the miners.themZ  selves, for we believe most of the provisions  of the Principal Mining Act were drawn up  or suggested by a Board elected by tbe  lumere���������should open the eyes of our miners  yio facts which have been frequently poin'el  out in these columns. We refer to the inse-  *m*o basis on -which their operations have  been carried on for years, and the shadowy  title on which they have held and still hold  chinia in tbe prospecting of which they have  gpeot years of labor and thousands of dollars.  Cases like the ; tothair fortunately seldom  arise in a mining community; but cases in  which a dlssolu-tlon of the limited partnership  of one year ������3ay be demanded from unworthy  er di eh ones t m o ti ves by grasp! n g ore rafty  individuals, may arise frequently, and. as  eUted by the Gold Commissioner during the  Loibafr trial, a dissolution of partnership may  be granted *��������� with or without cause;" It was  this feeling of insecurity.which led to the introduction and passing of the Mining Amend  meat Act of last session $ and by taking advantage of its provisions���������a course which is  ������pen to any ordinary mining company���������asure  ������ud certain safeguard is provided against the  evils contingent upon the holding of property  by an insecure and shadowy title.  DfiFARTnitR.���������Mr R. H. Brown, an old and  prominent citizen, leaves Cariboo by Sunday's express, aud his departure will be very  generally "regretted   bjf a   large   circle  of  friends and acquaintances.   Apait from his  ^erling qualities as a man. bis energy and en-  terprise have contributed in no small degree  to tlje prosperity of Cariboo, aod his name is  identified with the successful completion in  days gone by of the Red Rock   Drain, a  mining enterprise which added largely to the  wealth of Barkerville.   We believe Mr Brown  Intends to settle down in the low^r country  and  devote  bis   attention   to  agricultural  pursuits, aud   we wish  both    him and   his  amiable wife prosperity in their new Held of  Jabot.  Ms head, which he declared had been done  with a knHe. bHfthta was not. provedto. tte,  the prisoner, as the Chinaman had taken he  law inio bis own hands and commenced the  affray....  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  ^  Barnard's Exprkss, with the mails, will ar*  rive this.morning. yyyyyyi   ���������  Mr Davtk leaves for below by Sunday*  Express...  ..  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  any  SJLt^E OF MIETI; N G  I have been instructed by Mr 11; FI BROWN  1     tb. aeiI by ;P������ biic And it m, ;���������> ^ -./��������� f  \AT BARKKRV1LLR,  ON  WEDNJBSDAY, /OCTOBER ,29^-1873.  '        ���������^v Alt bis ;-���������- ��������� ���������.--.-.,-..-v,-,  \;,,,^F.iiimit������  . Consisting of Cane Bottom Chairs. Rocking  Chairs, Centre Table, Bureaiu Whttoot and  Ornaments, MirrorR. Pictures. Kidderminster  Carpets, Brusselis Rugs; Doable Feather1 Bed.  Pulu Mattress and PUlowst BlankBhv Bed  Covers, Sheets* Wash Stands. Cas? Iron Parlor  Stove ; Cocking S^ove. N.ov8.nearly new ;  Dbhes, Enamelled Siucepahs,; Knives and  Forks, Table Cloths. Dessert;.* D!she9,r Glas.**'  ���������and Plated ; Wjtre, ��������� Coal Oil Lampsi- Sitli*  Saddle and Bridle. A fine toned MELODEON  Also, a fine,lot of PRESERVElf FRUITS  put up in Victoria, and a.-quantity of other  articles too numerous to men\ion,'  Also, that commodious two-story ROUSE,  opposite Bibby's Tin Store.:;. -y. ���������yyZy  Sale to commence at ELEVEN o'clock; ���������  GEORGE BYRNES.   ;  ocll .   , f     - ., Auctioneer.-j,  The whole of the LOTHAIR CLAIM, admirably situated on ANTLER CREEK, im  mediately adjoining tb������ upper line or the  Nason    Company, . and    extending   Two  V Thousand Feet to Somers/ if lat, rntb  WHEEL, HOISTING GEaR, ROr^E,  THREE CARS, ,:   /���������   .   ���������&&&% ���������  MINING AND BLACKSMITH TQOLS,  ; And appliances for working the plaim,   j  Subject  to Bed rock Debt; the amount, oi  wbich>ill^stated on^the day of Sa|e;  The above valuable property Will be sold  by. Mr George Byrnes, at Public Auction,  ON TUESDAY, NOV. 4, 1873,  At." the   Salesroom,  Barkerville,  At Twelve o'clock, noon..  Further particulars on day of Sale,  of  the  Mining Court to  me  MISCELLANEOUS.  ESTATES THOS. >>J.   MENEFEE  , ,.     WILL BE SOLD,  t     AT   WILLIAMS   LAKE,  Oil 5!tiesda;y; C?ot 21,1873,  AT PUStiti^AUCTION.  rn1  TE;M������  ��������� Quesnelnioiith, B^C.,  Where you can get the best bargains in  GROCERIES,":;;"- y"y '/  .    y     PROVISIONS;  DRY   GOODS,  HARDWARE,  And DRUGSv, y  ^T  HAY and GRAIN sold cheap for  cash. ,   '    ..-������������������'..,.'.'   ..���������'���������'   ������������������  The best brands of KXTOA^FLOm  LILLOOET BEANS, ami CHICAGO BACON  kepi constantly on hand st low rates.   -���������      ;  10r Farm Produce sold on Commission.  R(>G3������n J/>S.   REID.  S. A. ROGERS,  GROUSE     CREEK.  By  order  directed.  oc!8  CHAS. WILSON,  i Receiver.  NY * INFORMATION ' REGARDING  - - Alexander Hcbenton, a mtivc of Bjvclnn. Scot-  land, who wrought aa a join or in Victori i in 1858, ao������J  it is supposed left for the gold Hells, will, be tluiiik*  fully received at the of See of this p;������por.        ocll Im  NEW WAY-SIDE HOUSE  NEAR FORT ALEXANDRIA.  THE   UNDERSIGNED   WILL   OPEN   A  ���������     Way side House, near Fort Al sander,  at   the  place formerly known as Paquett'.-'s," 1st November  next.  GOOD    STABLING,  Hoy and Oats, and accommodation for TiMv<dl"rs.  ocll A. D   McINNES,  Consisting < f ONE THOUSAND.ACRES of  excellent Fhrming Meadow and Paslum  Land, nearly ail under Fence, together with  FARMING IMPLEMENTS,  Consisting of Threshing Mschine. Reaper and  Mower. Wagons Plouifhs, Harrows, &o.f &o.  ��������� ��������� y^~:'-������������������/'/ -Also;4  75 Head  Horned  ;;1-V;^-Cattl%;^;,.  Consisting of Cow*. Beet Steers, and young  y /};-;������������������ y ~J.P*.$*----:     '/������������������;  IS^ead of Horses,  '  "inclMink the w^li known ttnws Howe*  ?       .     DEXTER and DIOSC...  3s;Hbgsv;;;.,;,;;;;;.;/,.  75 txins Hay v aiid about  ^OjOpQZLbsrf^ain.  ^^ The above will be sold in lots to mill;  ,'���������;,... rr Also, at same time and place,���������  ONE UNDIVIDED;'^ ALF INTEREST of the'  Soda W^^^M^  " Exchange Hote!9n  With Stuck. Implements and appurienances  thereunto belonging.  Also, ONE UNDIVIDED THIRD INTERF5T  in the  Delivered to Minors <>n the following outlying Cree������k*>:  Antler, O onningham, Stevens, Beggs Gulch,  G-old Commissioner's  Notice.  N AND AFTER THE FIRST NOVEM  ber n������������xt all claims In tbe Cariboo District may  be laid over till the 20th May, 1874, subject la the 9th  Section of the ������������dd Am^ntlmcnt Act, 187'2.     .  (Signed) H. M.  BAIJ.,.  Gold CommisA������<^ner.  Richfield, 9th October, 1873. ocll  suitable for Winter wear, and  HAND-MADE SCCKS,  A  o���������r\ori4ir  prficle.  /tk  o\������|/������  i.xJl     ft, HVIVi   .  ^,Tl������e Goods sold at tMsStoro will, as usual, be  ol'tht' b������st qu-jlitv and at the loweBt;markei pricey  Grouse Creek, Sept. '20. , ;   '/:>[:���������/') ^9-Vw-  ���������U  5t  (Carrying Her Mftjesty.'s Mails.)  Estate of Thos. J. Menefee  DECEASED.  4LL     PERSONS     HAVING     CLAIMS  ^ ngainst the Kstat^ of tbe late Tn mas J Msseke  of Soda Creek, aro requested to send in or present the  same to the undersigned, and all persons indebted to  the Estate are required to pay forthwith the amount  of their iudebtedni*������ to       _.���������.������������������  JOHN F. HAWKS,      > ExoCutors  Or PETER C" DUXLKVIT,) wocul,,rs  @^~ All bills must be presented before the 20i)i of  October, 1873.  ������*U treek, August 17. IST8. au^J  Every Sunday Morning.  Freight and Passengers carried thrto (li at tha  lowest, possible rat������-s. .'  For rates of Freight and Passage, apply jit tho  Express Office, Barkervilie; ut TOWNSBND*S, Van  Wink le; and  at McD BitMOTT^, StahL-y.  mylO  situated near the month of Deep Creek.  TKRMS OF SALE.-For Real E������t������to wit!  be made known on day of sale. For personal properly-all wmn under $300 cm* ,  over that aniouot, sixty days, good enaorseo  notes. . ��������� '  J. F. HAWKS.        I Execu'orfl.  Soda Creek. Sept; 10.     : ' 9ew  ;       OFFER FOR SALE,  |GEO. BYRNES,. Agent.  3ark������������rvilic.  MOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT BY  -^ an Order iu Council, uu^u ^wvn ^<vuoi>>v*-m  1873, it was determined that the price of Mineral  Lao'l, with the right to take Coal and all  the  dated 20th September,  inera  baser  no person should be allowed either, directly or in>U  recti j' u> purchase more thau six hand red and forty  acn-s as above.  ''.ROBERT BKAVKN,  Chief Commissioner of' Lands aud Works.  Victoria, Ht-pt 23, 1S73. **U  ThHtP enUre and wellaBSorted stock of  deSription will RndH to-^'JXwW*  giv������ us a cull btdure pinobwing ������l������������wa THE CARIBOO SENTINEL ������M'&8fiSr'??���������'���������-  m  -ML  ���������  III  H  In  HI  ���������  Pi  ill  im  H  (III  illllt  ill  IIP  Hi  Hi  llliilP  SATURDAY, OCT. 18, 1573.  BIRTH,  At Van Winkle. B.C., on the 8th October,  ihe wife of..Bxxuuus JEdwards, Esq., of a  daughter.  YALE.       ';/'  Yale, October 15���������On Monday last W, C  Mayes, proprietor of ihe Branch Saloon, re  eetved a severe wound and narrowly escaped  death from tbe accidental discharge of a  double-barreled shot gun. Mr. Mayes was in  the act of raising the j$ua from the floor when  tbe hammer caught against the side of a safe  end discharged both barrels, carrying away  the end of bia middle finger, passing through  tbe fleshy part at butt of thumb on left band,  grazing his left temple skin deep, and lodging  in the ceiling, the wounds, though painful,  are not considered dangerous.  The Fall *Assjz������*a will be held to-morrow.  Four cases for trial. Chief Janice Begble,  accompanied by Mr Woods, arrived this afternoon. .  Owing to a crack being discovered in the  paddle shaft of the Lillooet, she did not reach  here on Sunday last, but was laid up four  tniles below. The passengers and mails were  sent forward by canoes and the freight landed  and left in charge of a watchman. The injury was, however, not serious enough to prevent the steamer from" returning to New Westminster, which she did using steam in one  ���������cylinder only; tfie other being disconnected.  The crack was In the journal, on the riifht  tiand side of the wheel. .Tlie Hope will take  ihe place of the Lillooet for the rest of the  -season.  molished, roofs blown off, and trees torn up  and carried a great distance, A considerable  loss of life is reported and serious damage to  shipping. '"...���������.  Meaphrs,Tenn.,Oct lo���������Deaths from yellow fever to-day 41. Ten thousand more  rations leeeived to-day by order of the. President; and it is understood blankets end clothing will be sent from tbe same source.  EUROPE.  Madrid, October 10���������The report of a Car-  list victory on the 6th is officially declared to  be faisft;    ���������;  Brussels, October 10���������The International  Judicial Congress opened here to-day. Miles,  of United States, made a speech in favor of  International Atbifcration. David Dudley  Field, of New York, was present Letters  from the King of the Belgians aad Conn*  Scblopsis were read.  Bombay. October 10,���������Th* railway from  Bombay to Madras is completed.  PariB, October 10���������The members of direo-'  tion of the Com in! i toe of the Riirbt of tbe As-  London, October 14���������The Bank rate was  advanced io-dey in consequence of heavy  orders for gold for Unued Slates, amounting  in tbe aggregate to three millions,  London, October 15���������������155.000 of bullion  shipped trom.Uverpool to New York to-day.  Unfavorable, minors from "New York are  afloat on the Stock Exchange. It is reported  that the failure of several brokers, caused by  decline in'Erie, will be announced on the:  Stock.Exchange to morrow.  Madrid, October- 15th���������Preparations are  making for a general attack -on Cartagena by  land and sea by the forces of the National  Government. -The Insurgents are reported  completely demoralised. .     ./  London. October 15���������Government having  officially represented to tbe Emperor of  Krazil the sufferings of-tbe English emigrants ]  in that country, a, free passage home will be  given to 160 of them by the Brazilian Government. '*������������������.-  COUNTY COURT,  Bembly left h������*re to day for Brussels *o meet  Cou^it de Chamboni. who will arove in that:  JBefore H. M.  Bull,   E?q, Onld Cnmraissiaaer  Cnucty Court Juilge.}  city at the same time  The police seised 22,000 photographs of the-  son of the late Emperor which were exposed  for sale so Paris.  Count de Chambord has taken up his residence two miles from Geneva.  Madrid. October 10���������The Government has  issued an order imposing * duty of 5 percent,  on all wines exported after this month. ��������� .  Paris, October 12���������Count de Chambord  was at Salsburg today visiting the Grand  Duke of Tuscany. He received a deputation  from; Franc*. What reply he gave the .deputation is unknown, but he will piobably reach \  the* city by the middle of the w-njk.  and  Wednesday, October 15,  Radovfch vs. J, A. Brown,���������Action to recover $634 lor work and labor, and upon a  judgment recovered by plaintiff against;  iroodykuritz, .'wh?cb Brown had agreed to-;  pay. Judgment for plaintiff lor full amount, j  with costs.-  MeWha vs. G-oodykuntz-Judgment sirrn-'  moos.    Defendant was .examined, and stated.  he was working tor twenty-five cents a day  aud board.   Tbe Judge told him he-could<  get more If be chose, and he <tbe Jndge)  should make an order that ie defendant pay)  $10 a week Into court / ���������  [kixrss  jdeisdicttos.] '���������"������������������  Crawford vs.- Calaveras Go,���������Action  Tor  London, October 13-A T!m.������ special from! &*-**���������** ���������*������ for laFf** *d?P^ v���������*.  'defendants put m a wntteu contract for the  Victoria, October 14���������The corner stone of  ft new hai I; to be devoted to Masonic purposes, will be laid /to-morrow at Nanaimo  with appropriate ceremonies by acting De-  uiy Grand Master McCreight, assisted by  . G. M. Burnaby and other dignitaries of the  order. ',' 2  Mr Moore brought a lot of beef cattle down  fro iu Nicola -valley by this trip of the steamer.  Live weight'of nineteen head of his cattle  21590 pounds. They wore only two or three  years old. /  The propeller California Weaves Portland  for Victoria and Sitka this evening.  Twenty candidates were confirmed by the  Bishop of Columbia at the Cathedral on Sunday.        ���������;���������������������������  An exchange says the Starr Bros, have sold  their line of steamers on Pugefc Sound to the  Northern Pacific Railroad Company.  NEW WESTMINSTER.  New Westminster, October 15���������The stmr.  Maude arrived here at 1.30 p.m. to-day. She  left Victoria at her usu il b<������ur yesterday  morning, but got aground on ihe sand bar at  the mouth of the river, and bad to wait for  high water this morning to float her off.  . The Hope sailed lor ^Tale at 5.S0 p^ with  27 tons freight.  UNITED STATES.  ' New York, October 14���������Wall street experienced the bluest lime to-day It has ever  knr.wn, so far as the stock exchange Is con  cerned. Prices have, been allowed io fail  below the lowest point, touched In any of tho  panics of past ten years. Tlio decline Is attributed to various causes. Some hold that  it was due to the order of Judge Blatohflelil  yesterday in relation to tbe bankruptcy of  George Byrde, Grinnel & Co.. and said until  It was removed no one In the street could toll  how soon the market might be flooded with  stocks, and so long as It continues stock  brokers will be unable to borrow money.  Others explained the decline by the fact that  the large amounts of stocks carried on margins have been sold In consequence of holders  being unable to put up any more collaterals.  It is said that VanderbiH has been a free  seller of Government stocks,' and sold, out  such which he thought to could not deliver,  and has been buying up gold.   Orders were  sent to-day from almost every quarter directing sale of stocks.  Outsiders appear to be  panic-stricken.  Memphis October 14���������Report of the last  24 hours shows 61 deaths from yellow fever.  New York, October 15���������The feeling today  Is improved. There is a general advance of  J and 7 per cent., supposed to be to., .consequence of the dissolution of Judge BJatch-  field'a injunction on the Grinhel bankruptcy.  Gilinern, Son & Co. reported suspended.  Difficulties caused by continued demands of  depositors and Inability to make col lections.  Hava������a, October 14���������Advices from Hayti  state that Jasaraei and several ether places in ���������������.���������������������������  --���������������. -  southern Hay ti were visited by a levere bur- fleet prepared for action reurea.  Cartbag������������na says on the appearance of Admiral  L������������bo off the port with the Government fleet:  the insurgent Junta held a consalutwuTand';  resolved to fight, although their vessels were;  greatly outnumbered. The minority wished,  to surrender, but the garrison, especially the/  desertew from the Spanish army, determined!  to fight The insurgents took the whoie day j  ou'Friday to coal and provision their vessels,  four of which sailed out of the harbor amidst  th������- cheers of the insurgents The action be  Cween the insurgent and Government nVets  took place in the'barb ������rat noon on Saturday.  Admiral L*������bo bad the Vittoria, Alm.mza.  Ville de Madrid. Carmen;��������������� and two p iddle  wheel sleamers. After two hotirs? fighting  the insuruent vessels were driven back into  tl������������������ harbor of Cartagen* They showed great  spirit, but were badly handled. The Xuuian  cia bad at first 6������> bear the brunt alone, the  others firiis: at tm hxng range. The Vittoria.  at the ehiee. wSeavored to ititercept the re  tr**at of \hfs-. C\b*8 vessels. Broadsides were  exci������mg������������8 *��������������� eftpsje quarters. The rebel fieet  wx?f mit audi; sBwiutged.  M������d!ttiLOc������r&������c 13- There is a rumor that  Ivwm hm: h������t**n captured.-but Government  h*s cecetw^ s?z> such intelligence.  L/?ui&ur^ October 13 -The amou ut of h 111  fwa w^ii^teawn from Bank of England to-dny  w������������AS$XsM0. all for America.   Over b-df a  millJ<M3 dollars in specie wao shipped f������ r New  York on Saturday.  Th������ man who arrived in London a few day*  ago claiming to be Arthur Oitoa , baa disap-  poared,  Paris, Oclober 14 -Th������������ Republican deputies naveooiigratulttted Thiers on the result  of the elections yesterday. He expressed  gratification at result "ns strengthening opposition tn monarchical schemes.  The Council ol War before which R*ne was  summoned, declared him guilty and passed  sentence of death on hint.  London, October 13���������A Times special says  Gen. Sebnto has ordered the people in the  neighborhood of Cartftgena to quit their  bonces. Ufltt general bombardment by sea and  land will MHin be opened.  Henry James has been reilimed to Parliament from Taunton. Edwin James, in a speech  to the electors of Marylebune. advocated  Women's Suffrage, and received a vote of  thanks.  Paris. October 13���������The Journal de Paris  declar S that tbe recent election demonstrates  the necessity for the restoration of the mon  archy to prevent impending anarchy,  Berlin, Oct. 13.-The Ministers of Commerce  and Interior have issued instructions to the  district authorities to expel all emigration  agents wbof are domiciled in Germany.  Madrid, October J4--The insurgents of  Cartageiaa attribute the defeat of their squa  dron solely to the cowardice of Contreras,  who ordered a retreat against tbe wishes of  ihe crews. They declare that be will cot be  suffered to command the fleet again. Their  vessels sailed out of harbor today for a  second fight, but  finding the Governmenlj  supply of the lagging, from which it appeared  plaintiff wis to be paid in.the event only of  the. laggiuE being used. It was admitted that  $35 -woi&b had  been used and uot paid for;  and judgment ifor plaintiff was given for that]  amount 'Ut P^rk for plaintiff, Mr X>avie for La!d mii>f the 'estate,  defendants. - . Messrs   Bamston and O&vie for pkiufiS,  Patterson-vs. Black Bull Co^ Point Com-1 Mr B*rk for defendants,  pany garuTshties.���������In answer to theguraishee| ���������   ���������''    . ���������'   ��������� \    . -       '���������  labor had to be employed, which had  c<**t  the company about $800 more than if partly  Chinese labor hud been employed.   Also a  great loss of the t?me of each member ha������l  ensued ta eoase^ienee ottbe !ll-f������eiing,  Th������  defendants would come over from   Antler  creek to attend oonrt, being away from work  several days,;,������&<Tso the plaintiffs would lose  similarly a number of days.   In fact, i -disso-  lotaoa w&s really tie only remedy for iba  evils which existed. The plaintiffs kIsq would  endeavor to show by evidence that the claim  was being worfced to the advantage of the  defendants, who worked in the claim, and to  the disadvantage of the plaintiffs, who  were  paying in money.; It m\ght be said that there  was uo precedent for each a*case as this, but  the court clearly had .jurisdiction in the..mair-  ter������aBd!f tbe-jsstspe of tie case demanded  the^ creation of a precedant, no doubt the  plaintiffs would succeed,  A. McPberson, one of the plaintiffs,'"'then  ���������gave evidence as in the law suits, the question  of Chinese labor, -aad the manner in which  Kemp was working the claim to the disadvantage of the -plaintiffs..  The Judge here stated that ?he thought the  case was governed hy section 79, independently of xhe question jpf ill feeling.   That was  a subject which if entered into would evi  dently give rise to a worse state of -feeling-.  than now existed, and he was.glad to. think  there need be no consideration  of so  unpleasant a matter.   The partnership, under  section 79. had expired by effluxion, of 15m*,  the^annual record expiring to-day, and the  plaintiffs were entitled to have a winding up  if they desired it.   He would, however: ad-  jonrn the case until the next day, to .^ve.a������,  opportunity for an amicable adjustment.;'.    ,  TsruRsna.T, October 16.  Mr Davie stated no vetclement had been  :  arrivei at, tior overtures  made : by ������������������either  fairly,:  Mr'"Kenip stated he protested against the  *alet>i liis propeiUy. .- ' ,  ���������The Judge said that he conid only admin- .  ister tbe law.   There would be the Tegular  accounts taken,a sale ������f" the property, and a  winding up of the partnership affairs.    ,  A receiver was appointed by the Judge for  the purpose, tbe costs oT both parlies to be  summons;'Messrs. Barnston and Davie,-on the  purtuof the Pviint co^, produced an affidavit of  the secretary, of that company denying any  liability to thei Black Bull co., and also produced a contract between them and- Messrs.  Meacbam and Nitson, from which it appeared  the latter were the contracting parties. Summons dismissed.   Mr, Park for plaintiff.  Ah Hap Co. vs. Ah Chong Co.���������Action to  recover ������1000 compensation for wing-dam.���������  The plaintiff* had erected a wing-dam on a  piece of ground on Keithley creek. The  grouud ���������100 feet���������was afterwards in dispute  between plaintiffs and defendants, and the  latter had been directed by the Court to stake  off in their ground 100 feel for the plaintiffs.  The defendants chose the 100 feet on which  the wing-dam had been erected, aud staked  off tbe next 100 feet for plaintiff. Judgment  for plaintiffs for $360. Messrs. Barnston and  Park for plaintiff. Mr Davie for defendant  IMPORTANT DECISION.  Wm. Stephenson and others vs. Wm. Kemp  and others.���������Action to show cause why an j  order for the dissolution of the Lothair co  should not be made, a receiver appointed,  mid why a general winding up of the company should not be had, &c.  Mr Davie, who  opened the case for the  plaintiffs,   claimed   a  dissolution   on   two  grounds :   First, by section 79 of the Gold  iiiuing Act,  1867, which enacts that "No 1  mining cop trtnership nhall continue for a  '���������UJStim INTELLIGENCE.  longer time tbau oae year, unless otherwise  specified in writing by the parties, but such  copartnership may be renewed at tbe expira  tion of each year.*' That this partnership had  been formed about the 10th October, 187-0,  and there bad been" no partnership articles,  and'therefore the partnership having been  continued ������>uiy from year to year by the recording, it expired during the pendency of  ; Tbere is oo mining news';������F interest to re*  j������ori.this week. Hydraulic/mining has almost  stopped for the seaS3U, and ihe various drifting claims are fixing up for winter. The  Nason co.on Antler will have their new pump  in position next week, aud on Harvey cre������ k  the Poster co. has started in on a new prospecting campaign. More attention is being  paid; to Cunningham creek; several sew  claims have bsen lately taken up,'and it is  the opinion of old /prospectors that good  shallow diggings exist on that creek, and can  be discovered with very little labor-  UCHTSDfG CRREE.  Point co. washed up 110 02. last week; the  bulk of tbeir machinery has arrived, and aa  Mr Nason puts it up, we may expect to sea  tbe work go ahead fast.4 Van Winkle co. have  recommenced   work  in  the   face,   and   the  ground looks very well;   they have been  fixing  up for winter the last two  weeks;  washed up  22 oz. last week.    Victoria co;  washed up 62 oz. last week;  they are work*  ing oa the short stroke, their crank not being  very safe ; 20 feet of water in ihe shift  Vancouver co. had 64 oz. last week : did not wash  up this week, as they are taking up grade.���������  Vulcan co. are pushing work ahead  with an  energy worthy of their namesHke; the shaft  house is nearly finished, and they are getting  ihe machinery into position.   The Pioneer  1 claim,  better known ns the " Goat Kanch,"  1 s looking better, so much so as. to induce the  shareholders to run an incline from the wagon  road to their drive,   Cosiello co. have the  frame oI shaft house up. /  Th1b Nkw :CcKKXXG-uix and Harvey Creek  Trail was 'finished last Monday by ihe con*  the present suit, as the last annual record was tractor, and we understand is prooounced a  dated the 16th October, 1872. Secondly,  dissolution was claimed on tbe ground that  ill-feeling existed between plaintiffs and defendants (whose-interests in the company  were evenly divided) to such an extent that  the claim could uot be'-worked beneficially.;.  In support of this principle, Smiths Manual;  of Equity was cited.   The -plsanuffii were pre-j ;���������  . . :    , ���������/       ^  pared to show that since tbe iU-feehng Lad     The auction .sale of Government lauas m  arisen���������viz.,  since: M July,  1873-nearlyjt^6^sp Wesmmster district oa the SOt^  The number of acres  first-rate job by those who have travelled  over it. Good trails area great help to the  miner, and Government cannot spend money  better than ia opening up aud providing ogsi*  mumcatioa wife the outlying creeks.  $2000 had been lost fo the company.   They j gacbenfel.  had spent about   $750 in   four  ^wite *5^���������^ ^ ^ prices o^tam^av^  brought during so many months by andL-be- J������ta was s.oeu, ������uu w*^ F  tweeo the same parties.   Before, the ill-feeling) ag>cd $1 75 per acre.  Chinese labor .had bt>ea esspioyed witfei te  coaseni of all, but since the 1st July the foreman (one of the defendants) had insisted on  liiU r^preseaution, coaaequeully' ail white  ,77  "PsosTKcrou's" letter  \Ua for insertion & *o-day-* Jssu������  ��������� ��������� y.-}'yy''y  >..  Mliil:  mm ,#ilr  iifr'������������������������������������������������������  -y SATO11DAV' OCT, 18. 1873. ./;  MININGIPARTNERSHIPB;  * Tlw decision:6|������ttte;6oM Oomim8sloTier,1n  i?# tjothair case; reported in another cxrtnmri,  has brougfit the qwiion of mining copart-  ^������rsliij>a^rbmlSentty ^fore^^^uBW^'It  would appear��������� from.!the; various cofmmentj  ":- winere b^eVbwb#e^^^ $ ���������$$  wtrlcb p)m)y ���������*W^\^.^??i^%^Wk?;  /iiership ^bill ^n^^for^lbnger time than  one year,unless otherwise specified in writing  beetf opened to Ine fact that such ia the" law.  wim among their number^assert that the sec-  itaou wiii^ayeftn Injurious effect on mining  menusatfhe ^iiSNBy. ]of^blaVi*^'*|^vPftT.'*%^  :���������--; *feo ������aay tikeadvantage; of hie necessities  iwid force a"4^ittttoii*t ^time. when he fa  Slt^repaA^&^pm^ ty  2 T������-ten1looof-:bta':>^;^WrV^^.:lho:H^  thaif;case/where :j^  jmny were;^  probably! .jtbe-qniiy Remedy was a^dissolution,  tbe^windin^iip of the .part nershiptRnd flfr  public^k^^^0^^^. ��������� c6ur8?*  V   however just, Vhp'ww :;mnft*  >*r#fctserious ;injury������on such ofy Jh������ members  :^^$-tM&^ and have  not.the nieaus ^purchasetbera when offered  ^pubjic aatei^d  ,   -considered' % them an mijnst, high'-handejl  proceeding.If* the case had been decided  I<rait8^:^  otf thV iinC  <������������������   Court, and havefnrhisbed::a. precedent for.tbe  settlement offinch'disputes in future ; but in  *rde rtoI prevent ad isplay of^ mutdal Jferim  inaiicmM'.'i^part.'of the litigants, the Judge  based bis decision on the first point urged by  /plaintiffs'counsel^? right of dissplniion of|  copartneranip establish  Mining Aci-and, having no discretiou In the  matter, be granted the dissolution.   ; :/y'.   ���������/  ���������:1<?\& decision of -Use Gold Commissioner In  the Lothair case, fully warranted  by  the  Mining Law���������a creation of the miners them  selves; for we believe most of the provisions  of the Principal Mining Act were drawn up  or suggested by a Board elected  by  the  tnraers���������should open the eyes of our miners  *o facts which have been frequently poime I  <iut in these columns.   We refer to the inse-  ������c������w basis on which their operations have  been carried on for years, and the shadowy  title on which; they have held and still hold  claims in the prospecting of which they have  spent years of labor and thousands of dollar^  Cases like ihe ' Lothair'fortunately seldom  arise in a mining community; but cases in  which a dissolution of the limited partnership  of one year may be demanded from unworthy  or dishonest motives by grasping or crafty  individuals, may arise frequently,  and, as  gtaied by the Gold Commissioner during the  Lojhair trial, a dissolution of partnership may  lie granted " with or without cause;"   It was  this feeling of insecurity which led to the introduction and passing of the Mining Amend  ment Act of lest session ; and by taking ad-  van tage or Us pro visions ���������a course wh ie.fa is  open to any ordinary mining company���������a sure  ������ud certain safeguard is provided against the  evils contingentupon the holdingof property  by an insecure and shadowy title.  DBPARTcaE^Mr R. H.Brown^^an;old ana  promlne^  day*s express, and his departure will be very  generally^^retted by a large circle of  fi ien4& and; acquaintances. Apai t from bis  Werling qualities as a man. hisenergy and en.  terprlse have: c'ontrlbn led in no; small degree  to tbe, proBperttyof Cariboo, and hfs name is  iclentihed witfi-the successful completion iij  days: gone- by of the -Bed Rock Drain, a  mining enterprise which added largely to the  wealth of Barkerville. We believe Mr Brown  intends to settle down In the lower country  and devote his attention Co agricultural  pjirsnitsi and we wish bo*^ him and his  Bmiable wife prosperiSy in their new field of  labor;   ^   :"-  2 PoucKCorRT.-On Tuesday last Albert, an  Indian, wasvcharged before-Jon. Nutt, J.P.>  "with having aasauUed the keeper of a Chv  nese; restaurant Jb Barkerville; cutting him  on the head.<tf appeared from the evidence  thatim Saferdarlust Albert partook or soup  ini the-restauraot; and when asked for payment policy suggested that the amount  should be-booked. Instead of complying  with AlbertV request, the Chinaman seized a  wooden rdl^andbmborea ihe Indian, who  was forcibly ejected from the establishment-  In the melee, the Chihaman received a cut on  hi head, which he declared bad���������������J���������  with a knife, but this was not. proved to the  the prisoner, as tbe Chinaman had token the  law into bis own hands and commenced the  affray. v  BARNABnViSxPBKSS, with the mails, will ar.  rive this morning. _  \ofy  MR Davik leaves for below by Sunday?*  lExpre^ss.;;..,.-.%���������;.:  '^iiii^v&misME^S.,  SAL EOF MIN11* G  The whole of the LOTHAIR CLAIM, admirably situated on  ANTLBRi CREEK, im  mediately adjoining the upper line pfothe  Nason    Company,  . and    extending   Two  .-; Th9usand Feet to Spmera; flat, with  WHEEL, HOISTING GEAR, ROPE,;;      2  THREE CARS, ���������    ������ ....  - -   .��������� ���������   -^   ���������    ".:  MINING AND BLACKSMITH :TQOLS, //.  - And appliances foi' working the .Claim, /y  Subject;' to Bed rock Debt;; the'amount ol  which will be stated on the day ojf s>ile;       .  the above valiiable property Will be sold  by Mr George Byrnes, at Public lAiictiou, ~  ON TUESDAY, NOV. 4, 1873, :  At"- the ; Salesroom,  Barkerville,  .r       ���������. At Twelve o'clock, noon.  Further particulars on day of Sale.  the  Mining Court ;to  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  rhavebee^instrucydbl^^  ��������� ^r to sell \tf.Vnb\WAi(cth������n,^-v.V"  ���������'���������' . /         !"'������������������    ���������-...;���������:>   -:- r-y  AT BARKERVILLK,      ON  WEDr^DAX^9?^B  All his  Consisting of Cane ^^;t^������  Phnirs Centre Tab e. Bureaiu W.lmtnot ami  Ornament Mirrors, Matures, Kidc^nnh^  rv nflts Briisselts Ru2������: Doable Feather Bed.  Pu Sand Pillows;,Blanket?{>: Bed  CotersMSheet8,^b m$9������^J������$l  Stove���������.Coding Stove, No.8. nea ly new ,  SS Camelled' ;Sa������cepans^������ves.aiu1  Fork Table Cloths. Dessert,Dashes; Gin?.  Slated m^^^l^S^mS-  Saddle and Bridle, >5g^"^^ffis  Also, a fine Jot, of ?^BRyBJ^.^RUnb  pu?lip in Victoria and a 'quantity of .other  articles too numerous to m^oiion. qp  Also, that commodious two-stury riuu&rv,  opposite Bibby's Tin Store. >���������    . j   -: ���������-,: ���������; .-  Sale to commence at ELEVEN o'clock.  *.:���������-     ;V GEORGE BYRNES.  :  6cVl   "   "��������� ���������     ���������     ^���������Auctioneers  ^  MISCELLANEOUS.  a"  ESTATE^;tH68.vi e MENEFEE  -WILL BE SOLr#,    .  yy&? w i ll i a si s t a ke,  ^tod.a^ QctSly 1873,  '   At ipUBLI(i AUCTION.  Consisting ffONE THOUSAND; AtJRES of  t*xc������*llent-Farming Meadow and* Pasture  Land, nearly all under Fence, together with  ' '"FARS^I^EMrai^  Consisting of Threshing'Machine. Reaper and  Mower, wagims, Plonuhs, Harrows, &c., &o.  75 Mead  Horned  TEM;I������S;;-freR-E^  \/  Quesnelmouth, B-C.,   '  Wberiiyou cani gel the best bargains in  -GROCERIES,':".'.,-���������"': y"-:/,."'  ,''.'   PROVISIONS;-;^:;:-'-.  ,  ;-.-���������--. '���������    DRY   GOODS,  HARDWARE^  y.;;.\'And;-DRUGS.:.;.i:;'';;-';  ;���������;..,  %&-  MAY and jGRAlN^sdld -cheapv for  cash. - y2i:y '���������. %yy~/ n-  The best brands of EXTRA FLOUR.  LILLOOET BEANS.;������nd CHlCAGQ.BAU)^  kepI constan11 v on hand h11ow rates. :.. ,r ,.:���������  $������* Farm Produce, sold on Commission.  st-G Sin J AS.   REID.  Con6isting of Covm. Bee! Steers, and young  By  order of  directed.  oel8  me  CHAS. WILSON,  Receiver.  NY ���������* INFORMATION REGARDING  Alexander H������bentan, a nnttvc of Br<������c.l������ln. Sent.  lanrt, who wrought as a joinor In Vlctorit in 1358, and  it is supposed left fcr the goM.fiel is, will be thankfully received at tho office of this papor.     ' octl iin  E  C.  NEAR FORT ALEXANDRIA.  ROUSE    CREEK.  Delivered to Miners on* the following- outly Ing CreekP:  Antler^ O unmnghara, Stevens, Beggs Gulch,  &c.  THE   UNDERSIGNB^D   WILL   OPEN   A  I Wayside House, near Fort Ai xan<'er, at the  place formerly koown as Paquettu'SjOti 1st November  next.  GOOD    STABLING,  Hoy and Oats, and accommodation for Tr.������V!l1frs.  ocll A. D   MclNNES.  yy": Gold Commissioner's  Notice;    ;:: ���������'-.  AN AND AFTER THE FIRST NOVEM  U- bcrnext all claims In the Cariboo District may  ne laid over till the 20th,May, 1874, subject to the 9th  Section of the-GoM AmoaUmcnt Act, -1872.  (Signed) H- M, BALL.  Gold Commissioner.  Rich field, 9th [ October, 1873. ; ocll  suitablo tor Winter:w**ar. and  HAND-MADE SOCKS,  A superior article.  fg^The Good* sold at this Storo will, aa usual, be  of th<������ host qn-ilitv and at the lowest market prices  Grouse Creek, Sept. 20. sn20Hri  " * incliidlnff the well known Race Hornet  ;;,       .DEXTER and WCIL,y  32;HogSv  75-^ns  '^^ The above will be sold in lots to fliill.  ^. . ^ Also, at same time an ci p lace.���������    .  (WElUNDiYIDKDtfALFINTER^  Sods*^ CJTeek Farm,  ano;  "it  5V  With Stock. Implements snd appnrteuancftf  thereunto belonging.  Also, ONE UNDIVIDED THIRD INTERFST       -In the .;���������' ;;���������;.;���������,���������  4fe  3f  ^  (Carrying Her Majesty's Mails.)  Estate of Thos. J. Menefee  DECEASED.  LL    PERSONS     HAVING     CLAIMS  against the Estate of the late Tn mas J Menep^b  of Sodu Creek, are requested to send in or present the..  same to the undersigned, and all persons indebted to  the Estate are required to pay forthwith the amount  ol their indebtedness ta  JOHN Pi HAWKS,      \ Pxpctll���������rt  Or PETER C   DUKLRVV, j EXPCUlors  8&* All bills must be presented before the 20th of  October. 1873.  Soda Uwfc,- August 17,1873. au24  Ereiy Sunday Morning.  Freight and Passengers carried throi gli at tho  lowest possJMe rat^u. '"  For rates of Freight ami Passage, npplv at tho  Express Office, Barkerville; at TOWN^END'S, Van  Winkle; aad at McDElWOTtV, Stanl.-y.  |0K0. BYRNES, Agent.  mylO Bark'TVttle.  NOTICE IS HEREBV GIVEN, THAT BY  -������* au Order iu Council, dated 20th September.  1873, It was determined thut the price or Mineral  Land, with the right to take Coal and all the baser  metals and rainfrtiK, but reserving Gold, Platinum,  and Silver, should be Ten Oollara per Acre, payiibte  half in caBh and the balance in two years, or pre  vlous to Survey and lstu������ of Crown Grant; an������������ that  no person phould he allowed-pit her directly or ind,l-  r������:ctly to purchase more than six hundred and forty  acres as above,  ROBBUT BKAVRK,  Clnef Commlwlniior of Lands and Works.  Victoria, Sept 23, 1873. well  situated near the month of Deep Cr^k.  TERMS OF SALE.-For R*������a1 E*taie wilt  be made knc������wn on fay of sale. For personal property���������all sums under $300 ca^fij  over (bat amount, sixty days, good endorsra  notes.  J, F. HAWKS.       I Executors.  P. C. DUMLEVY,   rxeCU  Soda Creek. Sept. 10. eelJ  'V f ?  4     ���������  *5  OFFER FOR SALE,  Their enUre and well-assorted stock of  &&*��������� Parties tn^ndln^ tab������y Goodsof ������nj  description will find it to tbeir ad^  give us m ctttl before purchasing els������wn������  ������������������ myI7 - >  pi  1  IB  HI  Hi  MM  Sa?, THECARIBQD SENTINEL  SATURDAY, OCT. 18, 1873.  M  m  mm  m  mm  IS  sis  IU  I  1  P  H  111  ml  'Wm  Kill  Eli  '>   I  ii"-'/; BIRTH.;  At Van Winkle, B.C., on the8tb October,  the wife.of.-.BjfiNJajttN Edwards,, Esq., of a  daughter.  yYALKy y y 'yy  Yale, October 15-~6n Monday last W. C;1  Mayes, proprietor of the Branchi Saloon; re  ceived a severe would and narrowly escaped  death from the accidental discharge of a  double-barreled shot gun. Mr. Mayes was in  the act of raising the guu from the floor when  the hammer caught against the aide of a safe  and discharged both barrels, carrying away  the end of bis middle finger, passing through  tbe fleshy part at butt of thumb on left band,  grazing his left temple skin deep, and lodging  in the ceiling, the wounds, though painful,  are not considered dangerous.  The Fall Ass'S^s wlU bo held to-morrow.  Four ca*es for trial. Chief Justice Begble,  accompanied by Mr Woods, arrived this after-  rlcane on 28th September. HouBes were demolished, roofs blown off. and trees torn uo  and carried a great distance. A.consideruble  toss of iifeia reported and serious damage to  ;' Memphis, Tenn., Oct. 1ft-Deaths freni yellow lever to-day 41. Ten thousand more  rations isceived to-day by order of the Presi-  dent, and it is understood blankets and clothing will be sent from the same source.  Europe;'.   ���������/"..;:  Madrid, October iO-The report of a Car  list victory on tbe 6th is officially declared to  be false. /' .-..;:  -.���������. ,-���������--. .-. : , i;  .Brussels. October iQ~The International  Judicial Congress opened here to-day. Miles,'  of United States, made a speech in favor of  International Arbitration. David Dudley  Field, of New York, was present Letters  from the King of the Belgians and Count  Schlopsis were read.  Bombay. October 10.���������The railway from  Bombay to Madras ia completed.,  Paris, October 10���������The membere of direction of the Committee of the Right of the Assembly left here to day for Brussels to meet  CouitdeChambotd.who will arrive In that  city at the same time       '  The police seized 22,000 photographs of the  IferiB  London, October U~The Bank rate was  advanced/.to-day in consequence of heavy  orders for gold for United Slates, amounting  in the aggregate to three millions.  London, October 15���������������155.000 of bullion  shipped A torn Liverpool to New York to-day.  Unfavprable; rumors from New York are  afloat oii tlie Stock Exchange..'. it is reported  thai the. fai lure of several brokers, caused by  decline in Erie; will, be announced on the  Stock;Exchange to. morrow,  .Madrid, October ..loth���������Preparations are  making for a general .attackon Cartagena by  land anidaea.by the forcea of the National  Government., The, insurgents are: reported  completely demoralised. *'/ y :.  London, i October 15���������Government-having  officially^ represented to tbe Emperor of  Brazil the sufferings of the English emigrants  in that country, a free passage home will be  given to 160 of them by the Brazilian Government-    -    ..  noon. .    " .' .  '  :  Owing to a crack being discovered in the  paddle shaft of the Lillooet, she did not reach  here on Sunday last, but waa laid up fqur  tniles below. The passengers and mails were  sent forward by. canoes and the freight landed  and left in charge of a watchman. The injury was, however, not serious enough to prevent the steamer fro in returning to New Westminster, which she did twin* steam in one  cylinder only;' toe other- being ���������? disconnected.  The crack was in the journal on the rii?hl  iiaad side of, the wheel. The Hope will take  4h������ placa of the Lillooet for the rest of tho  ���������season. -���������--  -   *  VICTORIA.  son of the late Emperor which were exposed  for sale in Paris.        \  :Conn t de Chambord lias taken up his residence two miles from Geneva. :'  Victoria, October 14���������The corner atone of  ay/new bally to -;be'-' devoted to Masonic purposes, will be laid to-mor.row at Nanaimo  with appropriate ceremonies by acting Deputy Grand Master McCreight, assisted .by  r. G. M. Brirnaby and other dignitaries of the  ���������/���������.order. ���������..,..,-.-.��������� ��������� /.'. ���������.,. '���������... '���������*;  Mr Moore brought alot of beef cattle down  from-Nioota valley by this trip of the steamer.  Live weight' of nineteen head of his', cattle  21590 pounds. They were only two or three  yearsold.. -"' .< "'���������        "'" 2"      ~':- ������������������ ��������� v-:; ���������  The propeller California \leaves Portland  for Victoria and Sitka this evening.  Twenty caadidatea were confirmed by tbe  Bishop of Columbia at the Cathedral on Sunday.   *        '-"-���������' '������������������:/'  An exchange says the Starr Bros, have sold  their line of steamers on Puget Sound to the  Northern Pacific Railroad Company.  NEW WESTMINSTER.  New Westminster. October 16���������The etmr.  Maude arrived here at 1.30 p.m. to-day. She  left Victoria at her usu-il h������nir yesterday  morning, but got aground on the sand bar at  the mouth of the river/and bad to wait for  high water this morning to float her off.  The Hope sailed for Yale at 5.30 p.m., with  27 tons freight.  UNITED STATES.  /New. York, October 14���������Wall street experienced the bluest time to-day it has ever  knrwn, so far as Ihe stock exchange is concerned.   Prices have, been allowed to fall  below tbe lowest point touched in any of the  panics of past ten years.   Tlie decline is attributed to various causes.   Some hold that  it was due to the order of Judge  Blatcbfleld  yesterday in relation  to the  bankruptcy of  George Byrde, Grinnel& Co.. and said until  H was removed no one in ihe street could tell  how soon the market might be flooded with  stocks, and so long as it continues  stock  brokers will be unable to. borrow/ money.  Others explained the decline by the fact that]  the large amounts of stocks carried on margins have been sold in consequence of holders  being unable to put up any more collaterals  It ia said that Vanderfailt has been a free  seller of Government stocks,' and sold out  such which he thought fee could not deliver,  and has been buying up gold.   Orders were  sent to-day from almost every quarter direct  ing sale of stocks.   Outsiders appear to be  panic-stricken.  Memphis October 14~Report of the ,_  24 hours shows 61 deaths from yellow fever.  New York, October lo-The feeling to-day  ta improved. There is a general advance of  J and 7 per cent., supposed to be la consequence of the dissolution of Judge Blatch-  ae.id s injunction on theGrinnel bankruptcy.  Uihnern, Son ..& Co. reported suspended.  uimcuUies caused by cohtmned demands of  depositors and inability to make collections.  ������������?**������?***' cietober 14���������Advices from Hayti  statu that Jaaamel and several other places iu  southern Hayti were visited by a sever������ bur-  Madrid, October lO���������The Government has  Issued an order imposing a duty of 5 per cent,  on all wines exported after this month.   I "��������� ���������  Paris, October,:12���������Count' de Chambord  was at Salsburg to day visitiiig the. Grand  Duke of Tuscauy. He received a deputation  from ��������� .France. What reply be gave: the deputation is unknown, but he will probably reach  tliH city by the middle of the. w-ek.    .   '. *  .  London, October 13���������A Times special from  Cirtbagena says on the appearance of Admiral  L"b'j off the port with Hie Goveihuieritjleet  the insurgent Jitntu held a consultation'and  resolved to fight, although their vessels were  greatly but numb "red.: The minority wished  tn surrender, but the garrison, especially the  deserters from the Spanish army, determined  to fight   The insurgents took the whoie day  ou Friday to coat and provision their; vessels.  four of which sailed out of the harbor amidst  thn cheers of the insurgents    The action be  tw^en the insurgent and  Government fleets  took place in the barb> at uopn on Saturday.  Admiral L'ibo had  the Vittoria, Almanza.  Ville de Madrid, Carmen, and  two ;p iddle  wheel steamers.   After two hours* fighting  the insurgent vessels were driven back into  th- harbor of Cartagena    They showed great  spirit, but were badly handled.   The Nuuiah  cia had at first to bear the brunt alone, the  other* firing at too.long range.  The Vittoria.  at the close, endeavored to intercept the re  treat of the r b*l vessels.   Broadsides were  exchanged al close quarters.   The rebel fleet  was not much damaged.  Madrid. October 13 -There is a rumor that  Itnon has been captured, but Government  has received no such intelligence.  London, October 13 -The amount of bullion withdrawn front Bank of England to-day  was ������305.000. all for America. Over half a  million dollars iu specie was shipped f������ r New  York on Saturday.  The man who arrived in London a. few day*  ago claiming to be Arthur Often , has disappeared.  Paris. October 14 -The Republican deputies have congratulated Thiers'on the result  of Ihe elections yesterday. H������������ expressed  gratification at result as strengthening opposition to monarchical schemes.  The Council of War before which Rane was  summoned, declared him guilty and passed  sentence of death on him.  .London, October 13���������A Tiines special says  Gen. Sebato has ordered the people in the  neighborhood of Cartagena to quit their  houses, as a general bombardment by sea and  land will soon be opened.  Henry James has been returned to Parliament from Taunton. Kdwln James, in a speech  to the electors of Mary I phone, advocated  Women's Suffrage, and received a vote of  thanks. ���������-'     '.'-������..  Paris, October 13���������The Journal de Pans  declares that tbe recent election demonstrates  the, necessity for the restoration of tbe mon  archrto prevent impending anarchy.  Berlin,. Oct. 13:-Tlie Ministers of Commerce  and Interior have issued instructions to the  district authorities to expel all emigration  agents who are domiciled in Germany.  Madrid; October H���������The insurgents of  Cartagena attribute the defeat of their squadron solely to the cowardice of Contreras,  who ordered a retreat aguiust the wishes of  the crews. They declare that he will not be  suffered to command the fleet again. Their  vessels sailed out of harbor today for a  second fight, but finding the Government  fleet prepared for acfcson retired.  COUNTY COURT,  [Beforo H. M.   Ball,  Esq, Gold Commissioner  ,. County Court Judge. 1  and  Wednesday, October 15.  Radovichys. J..A.vBrd'wn.���������Action to recover $634 ior work and labor, and upon a  judgment recovered by plaintiff against  tioodykuntz. which Brown had agreed to  pay. Judgineut for plaintiff for full "amount,  with costs. ���������/.:���������','  . McWba vs. Goodykuntz.��������� Judgment summons. Defendant was examined, and stated  he was working for twenty-five cents a day  and board. The Judge told- hint bet could  get more if he chose, and he (the Judge)  should make an order that the defendant pay  $10 a week into court:  [MINING    JORISDICTrON.]        ''.  Crawford; ��������� vs. Calaveras Co.���������Action for  $259. balance due for jagging supplied. The  defendants' put/in a written contract for the  supply of the, lagging, from which it appeared  plaintiff was to be paid in the event only of  the lagging being used. It was admitted that  $35 worth' had been used/and not paid for,  and judgment for plaintiff was given for. that  amount. ./Mr Park for plaiutiff, Mr Davie for  defendants.'-;  ���������'": ,���������; '.  : ���������"   :' ���������";.* ������������������./������������������/���������.  Patterson vs. Black Bull Co., Point Company garnishee.-*.���������In answer to the garnishee  sumiuonsj^fessrjj. Barnston^nd Davie, on. the  part bi" the Point co.> produced an affidavit of  the. secretary of tbat company denying any  liability to the, Black Bull co., and also produced a contract between them and Messrs,  Meacham and Nason, from which it appeared  the latter were tbe contracting parties. Summons dismissed.   Mr Park for plaiutiff.  Ah Hap Co. vs. Ah Chong Co.���������Action to  recover $1000 compensation for wing-dam.���������  The plaintiffs had erected a wing dam on  a  piece of ground on Keith ley creek.    The  ground -100 feet���������was afterwards in dispute  between plaintiffs and defendants, and the  latter had been directed by the Court to stake  off in their ground 100 feet for the plaintiffs.  The defendants chose the 100 feet on which  the wing-dam bad been erected, and staked  off the next 100 feet for. plaintiff.   Judgment  tor plaiuliffs for $360.   Messrs, Barnston and  Park for plaintiff, Mr Davie for defendant  IMPORTANT DECISION.  Wm. Stephenson and others vs. Wm. Kemp  and others.���������Action to show cause why en  order for the dissolution of the Lothair co  should not be made, a receiver appointed.  and why a general winding up of the company should not be had, &o.  Mr  Davie, who opened the case for the  nUintiffd,   claimed   a   dissolution   on   two  (rrounds :   First, by section 79 of the Gold  fining Act,  1867, which enacts that "No  mining cop irtnersbip shall continue for a  longer time than oae year, unless otherwise  spoeifmd in writing by the parties, but such  copartnership may be renewed at the expira-  linn of each year." That this partnership had  been formed about the 10th October, 1870,  and there had been no partnership articles,  and 'therefore the partnership having been  continued only- from year to year by the recording, it expired during tbe peudency of  the present suit, as the last annual record was  dated the 16th- October, 1872.   Secondly, a  dissolution was claimed on the ground : that  ill-feeling existed between plaintiffs and defendants (whose interests in  the company  were evenly divided) to such an extent that  the claim could not be--������ork^^������^Hy,  In support of this principle, Smith s Manual  of Equity was cited- ^|^������}J^^?Sf  pared to show that since tbe il -feeling had  arisen-viz., since Ut July, 1873 ^nearly  $2000 had been lost io the company. They  had spent about $750 in four law ^ints  brought during so many months by and between the same parties. Before the ilUeebng  Chinese labor had been employed; witlr the  consent of ail. but since tbe 1st July the foreman (oae of the defendants) bad insisted on-  full representation,'< consequently all white  labor had to be em ploy nd, which had cost  the company about $800 more than if partly  Chinese labor had been employed. Also a  great toss of. the time of eacb. member iifu*  ensued in consequence of; the IN-feeling. Tho  defendants would come over from Antler  creek to attend court, being away from work  several days, and*so the plaintiffs would lose  similarly a number of days. In-fact, a dmo*  lutionwa-s really the only remedy for th������  evils which existed. The,plaintiffs also Ivouid  endeavor to show by evidence that the ^ claim  was being worked to tbe advantage of, the  defendants, who worked.dn the claim, and to  Ihe disadvantage of tbe plaintiffs, who were  pajiug in money. It might be said that there  was no precedent for. such a.case as this, but  the court clearly had jurisdiction in the matter; and if. the justice of the case demanded  the-creation ,of a precedent, .no doubt tho  plain tiffs, would succeed. i'.y, 2.  , A. McPhersoo, one of the plaintiffs, thsti  gave evidence a8 lo the law suits, the.qnealiou  of Chinese labor, and the manner in which  Kemp was working the claim to the: disadvantage of the plaintiffs. -.      ��������� , ��������� t < ���������  The Judge here stated that .he thought the  case was governed by section 79, iode.pend'  ently of the question of ill feeliug. That waa  a subject which if entered into, would evi  dently give rise to a worse state, of feeling,  than now existed, and he was glad; to. think  the.re need be no consideration of so unpleasant a matter. The partnership, under  section 79, had expired by eSiixion;of time,  the annual record expiring, to-day, 'and: the  plaintiff were entitled to have a winding iip  it they desired It.' He would, however; adjourn the case u u ti I tbe next day, to/ give an  opportuaity for.au amicable/adjus4meut;  ���������        -.���������     ��������� ��������� .-'-'���������'.������������������ ,y., ,  Thursday, October 16;  Mr Davie stated no settlement bad beeu  arrives at, nor overtures made by- either  party./- .���������   :'/'/��������� ;; '/��������� -'=:;   \ ��������� ' yy y/j  Mr Kfmp stated he protested against the  saleofliis property. :���������     '    ��������� '������������������'<'/:     -j  The Judge said that he could only administer the law. There would be tbe regular  accounts taken, a sale pf the property,and a  winding up of the partnership affairs.  A receiver waB appointed by the Judge for  the purpose, the costs of both parties to be  paid out of the estate;  ��������� ;--'  ��������� Messrs   Barnston and Davie for plaiutiff,  Mr.Park for defendants.  :. MINING INTELLIGENCE. .  There, is no mining news of inlerest to report this week.   Hydraulic mining has almost  stopped for the season, and the various drifting claims are fixing up for winter.  The  N;i8on co. on Antler will have their new pump  in position next week, and:on H*rve.y creik  the Foster co. has started in on a new prospecting campaign.   More attention is being  paid- to Cunningham creek;   several new  claims have been lately taken.up, and it is  the opinion of old prospectors  that good  shallow diggings exist on that creek, and can  be discovered with very little labor-  LIGHTNING CRKEK.  Point co. washed up 110 oz. last week; the  bulk of their machinery has' arrived, and as  Mr Na3on puts it up, we may expect, to sea  the work (?o ahead fast.* Van Winkle co. have  recommenced   work in the   face,   and  the  ground looks very well j  tbey have been  fixing  up i for winter the last two  weeks;  washed up 22 oz. last we*'k.   Victoria co;  washed up 62 oz. last week; .they are working on the short Btroke, tbeir crank not being  very safe; 20 feet of water in the shaft.  Vancouver co. bad 6.4 oz. last week ; did not wash  up this week, as they are taking up grade.���������  Vulcan co. are pushing work ahead with an  energy worthy of. their namesake; the shaft  house is nearly finished, and they are getting  ihe machinery into position.   The  Pioneer  claim, better kuown as the "GoatKnncb,"  s looking better, so much so as to induce the  shareholders to run an incline from the wagon  road to their drive.   Costello co, have  frame of shaft bouse up.   ;  The New Cunninoham and Harvey Creek  Trail was finished last Monday by the contractor, and we understand is prouounced a  first-rate job by those who have travelled  over it. Good trails are a great help to the  miner, and Government cannot spend money  better than in opening up and providing cpm-  muuication witJb the outlying creeks.  The auction sale of Government lands to  the New Westminster district on tbe 30lb ult  was very successful. The number of acres  sold was 9.360, and the prices obtained averaged $1 75per acre*   '    ...;',.'   ��������� y%2-,'y  ." Pnospiscro������*s"  letter was  late for inaflrtion in W-day's issue,  v abmm  ^I^ANPANQTIOEa  i?&  a can  rS  Lands and Works Depaiitmbst, .,  -  i!5lh SeptenYbe'r;4873 ���������'���������  Tfep- -following vS^h] atibns ��������� respeotlftsrl be  ;06lumbia3v^^eYeby published foi* 6-'im$A  -vi,      /^GB&iV BBAVEN ft,.,  CbleT'Commi^lonei ol' Lands and Wj&ks  acres-  ���������/^Oif?the^B^T<3o'ftsfc'. o f'Van cm������vei y y "��������� y *  * MlanVl^betwe'pnOhathastf;:Poiut���������,l>,: ' '"li  'yh:ykM^^  In sb9   p' ri.,0'   ih-i Frocinr J East      l :  -  B   rUe'Casckde Range of-Mouu-'-   ''v  ' ^^'tav if'  'i-':: ���������"-j!)f^- * ,A  '):"rj'''' '��������� *: ��������� &*"������~^  ^Mr&cresV  {LA������J)i5N������TIQES;*  SI*;;;:;:':^^:;;,;;^|!-!iAiM#ia ;/- yyyyyyy  4^reg| Sfifl Iff % t$0pMM pr/4hty?A}klt''y\iU>  *5Su4aa v i y w | % o e������> osi t ������d ;)v I tin 1 i -' J uI fj!, C u m ,  :; * m i^siqrier *6i L'-*������: f A. hi0 iy"oi������iy ,tlM������������ b<*tw f- li e,  :5Hf i^g|^KrJ^e^lociH te<|; J f p ri;������ h n ^������1 a ?i fl ^;) mu*e y, tbe  . "Trca"Gran fc'.Secl \6 >-': \ ij   Regulations 'of.' Hie  *��������� 1/wJ Amendment "Act,11873;,v1and;l������ not a  pie i m > or or   w ser of land in the Province.;  :^and'that; he ^nr.sh^ia of tho^airftjor'^i^MlHen  \>  w bin my^f ymJ^ *������nd, ts-'U^~'-? *ne I*������nrj loi  1  ;Wli3ciK|lfe  ur ������lje ajj'jjsitv ui oe3ir>-w be,lo  : ��������� uHv^H^?nb& *3f ae?11',mvt rnd -c^hit'tiriou  and i8 riot valuable ' ctiii-fly* foi  its ,mities or-  f^fin iti;erals;'ra.n;4 M ^^^^^M-^^ZPJ^P^  - ot,o_l''U������spmg. pHg^es^n oi u������ di^po^inar oi ������n>  .    kkLh ? ^vowin^ oi l^jof o*i   -die   had,   nv\  Uj&f'fjuchjlconinon-V d?^iivd  SW'. M.i . or her  'i.l''-������> nT^'w (���������:* ������ ������h^ pi-rposj o*   jcld-il' ?etM<-  . v.njj'nf'3.nd ������uUi"'.'tinii uf. 5roh   innd   and  n^r  pvt*e\ tbrtrjl/ nr in������l<f*u,MV   fai   .f������*.  use ii'i  /ijiijji^fU orany,other ppr'soii/or'pprsonA who'i^ I.a^licaiion to be''feca1e������rorW^feS^  - ��������� .fioereis ������������r /or the-purpose oi ^nyjgpjri,.;^,-]-  tF-on.56r'-qWlpr-^cfion hnd porlinn of adjoin  ;.;- rer.ds, or anyq.inLTy> oi hru Oi stone, maible, -wMch' {helanil np,n whfch   be  reside/and'  ,or gypsum ���������ttereoti:r >. * :   ;,,.. t     i H^m&K;bVflaa'^improved;'iriH^. /      nseoJ  '    ' "ssibrfe'iv  ;* Oaths Ordiniiro^... 1869,1!!; by*' the, claimant  v.nd.twrb.sttttleri. in the neighborhood,  before  "Ihe Commissipn^r: or a Jristice of the*Pease.-  , ^ 8,' In "easy.-it'vi proved, to the.satisfabtion of  "the 'Chief Coinmissiorier of 'Lands'tihrt Works,  Ayyi������~ y\A( r ki.ia vcl'mfarily jeUn'qnished  lis eiaimTor h-t^i been <J*^ip fr ������o ������l2^/������ii<l  i -cfeed^tiy'hltf for more iKan six.m^nihs in  ij n ; one year, or'has,not m6de".lthe * improve  'merits required hy law^thehllne rlgKgtp such  land?hal) be fovreited, and the 8ettlc<:'sbf!re-  linqinshing or abandoning his claim blmllnoi  He :per#itteii  t������ be'located again (6ra''Free  ;Gf'aiit||-/;>;;;S^f/1  :h$:- Neith eri-t he; locate e, nor any tone | elaimr  n<? under him  or tier,-:shall have, power to  nliehate- (otherwise than  by devise)voclto  mnrtg tge or pledge;any.Iand located aaafore'  *ald3^TJan^frigtit;o^  the, issue of a .Crown grant. ^        v :  ��������� 10.' All assignments^and-tr'ansfers of Frejs  Grant<i'iglitaiberore the ^isslie* of..-1he Crown  ���������grant shall be null and void, a nd shall be  ^h^med'evJderlce of aba^nd* rnmerit of tlierigbfj  and the person -so assigning'or transffrnnj^  alMiUj not be permitted to again locate a Free;  M^iZy'y"- ^y^yyyyy^>; _y;������ ,yy:yy  ' ;sl 1 AAlI Free Grants must heataired'ou with  posts at leas^fourn^e^  not' *lesfeHKanj four,', feet 'above the suTfHce)  nhd'dhe siicK stike shall: be- placed at each  an^le *6f the* claim."'���������: Any tree may be u^ed*  for a post,-provided (bat. it becuf'tlowii-and  Squared'? ofs a foresaid:*/> No such.iibmnidary  post sbal I, be-remove* wil houtthe permission  of h-/the.Commissioner of the District, wherein  the ;-land-:lie.^ fp >n * ach rpnst-^a_ nblice in  the'following- form shall-be affixed^:��������������� ������������������ - . ?  i* <Ll Ay>B.?H 'land;: N /E. ���������Eost/'. -(meanirur  Northeast post):j.'. A. rB.:s ,land; ,N. 'W!  post (meaning.Northvvest-posl). ' '">-'  3And-*o*bn as ! lie en se _ "n������ay b������ ; ,a nd - shall'  p^Ssi J.re; J;tes fcMf; ^ {fe^Gfi s e ^u if%^ i::;^K'/'I > ;|: ->4 0^  :ch a! iil 'f 'f a:'nd, ^Easfio I ZtMe 'Casc'ades J^Olb '04$ ���������  chams;^, y-/~y, /; /-    .:,, ,..,-:;.-.'/,/���������//. /,-;;  I? A jocafee of;i Ftec (4-riSif jii' iin^iii-  yeyed land shall.-'aftei iheofficilil iii'vey^Bap  hcv-ji. iiM^e.^ns1 '"liMn ilvee mi nth5? after r  copy of Ihe map nt'ynd land ha? beetrdepos !  Ifed in liff. district, and pnblio'.notice u thereof  ffiveh'' iii/the B j;it ish Go 1 i\tri Hi^J&*kze\W������1m a k������'  ^PJi(3E^v!  ?H / HY !'S*isgSsiStKNjfe{j������;  i������ag?I@E!  ! 'iiSI  pav Hit- saunr to G-eorge"Byrnes,/rfnto-Miora nii  accctuhts agaimtiMcImurt-bei-iwssen^^ ;  /   ;  .., .   - JOHN <x^GOPPSQH, f!J   -  ��������� .  *    ' l*''    ':'���������'���������":' '" w?ifcR:upyrafce-Rcsiaurftntf ���������  ���������'BurkervW", J������*������ 20,' 5t8^t ' 1������1 ?;|  ?:lM|ii  W������  yywm^$mm z  -"r"/<      "^ '*" PrOVXNOUL STOBCTARY'tf 0rpi-r������  ATOTTOEr' IS  Hereby givaa t&at^^omas  IM"/ tAVER^;has mtirc;!���������f^Hn-^^^nc^^jth^rt^  ���������c!irrlo>l ''OT^iu'^Bfir^orviilo^rfs:rSr1onn-ke(/i)f:r8:^n(|  Brewers   by.< the-finn  dC^'Vantuncour^' Hunter ? &  liavcry; .���������-'' 'ii/.--."^,-!^: ^y^'^^K'-i^-C h^-i-ti^ '"h?/.^'  r' C. VaUUmoonr hivin^purdia^od Q: hny^^a*lptlpu.  ^pf,^lio /bu^nicss/vvill in/iut^rov^carrlcd$si;byC%  viiilraucouraiid;Jgst1^Hunter, MZZ-/ ::;!sJ���������J^''"������  '���������-.    '-,   ���������///-���������/     " .'..K-^^^VKHy^i/^//1  , /Witrtos?���������(^.: ByasKa.L ;'    /���������: /\      . v. ���������,. > - rtv t  NOTfGE.  'hft  ;^N rfni tlrilw in' iCvuncd .dttW^StJtj^pttiinb'ir/iST^  it was <lcn>rniino������l that; th^^^cCjO^nnsuri^^^an/  unwcuni^-l i-inlin the- |pri:iv|nfe/������f Airlfls\\ Cs'lumhr  .jhoul'l Vo.Twn D'flbr,'anM Fi'l^'.uonfe'p;r^A6r;?.^  'ri^ir tl>^Iltth^'^rcff!ufe;"a  bininj^rf'Sfrvftil to -the rrmvn;/ipr^l3(5d^tliaWrinip|r,  ?8tni^ ei tb er i niliyjf,|u' l|)i or us^Uj ui^mh^if^ it peinp ^n vj  shall bo cnEitlo<r to p rohaso n3f������r-j;tlKin tyo'.'crcs. ,-  j . *, .. . - Chf"f romii-r ~-\*'fJL'jr-oMjuntls a^l'JJ'.Tkfifi  Lan^s rindJv*<ltrks.Brn"T ������r ii,'" '' ' ' " '.'" ' *Tv*''r  ��������� * Victoria, S.p'rll, 1873. '   fr ���������"��������� '"'   l;7'' ";    Wtm; '  &c,T ortunv.arr'iiKaii'if'.isti? .UiatuViy  .tij*';tlii: ISbV Tuin''lnt^r'thy; Proving;.  ^r^rttis sbUloUHn HIkS5��������� Province'^irlto  ^Ti������X(8'u UifpiHius or.l)rJn^lhg!?*mt -rrt^y i's- o'r'"Wi-Mfi. ;  tft^ejjwi������*fer^ft^^lh^ii%o!j p^itu0 Inui^!jf*=  ���������jiud^UeiunK������'aot;Uwt^^/^rovpr^iroa to aar ������'  '.^yith^'pinl "to1 thii^^lvsiKm^Vif 1/rthVt^ out l.w  ���������ato out ������ny hi;Ivhlunl .spplt^itioji or  i :jlan/prf^s^:^.'d^in ������i^rk|iyn>:a),pr>SPiU, hut*i?H  o obuitn rcquI'-1t',|!r4-H(!iia,iry Xriioruuili in.  'sSV:/1" '^^.^Bv .fMifnm'mif: v:^.'"'.- ���������*.\���������-���������H^/y "��������� /:>: ���������,-: .  ny^'J������{;n|;:  y&M  Hy oum'niunC"  ^'S   "Z'> JOHN ^H;J  \rOTTOig-ftj hrkrfsy oivrn/tttat n?;  1 *    'au" Orl'X   in I lni.jctl,. ���������������''i^i������   ZQtlt 5 *p   j> ������"r?  1^7-'^ >,.;,;��������� ;.; dcioriniii-! t   (h ������t, pr.'.or^p.lfir^, w *m 't.avi',  i>corded I'in,'  in' f*rr<;r,  ;������s a ,"_   in>p    t..iain*lii������.,*r,  t n--T ih''-T4:n'l OntinVncrof tlili Xjifi!/3������������n,Vdh^:-  fju -nt tij th!.' ^OL^rc^nb-r, _!$71V.''J '��������� ���������'i'5,  s-"J; paulps  j'lep'isH" o/  two  KhiUi;;trs jv;i   (,..;;r  pf i*iiv  p r. ,'-4ifj  sii^t-Io hr p*������rtnitt' I (o pu'-c '*'fo f'������ i -^i.'[Si'-* s> u  ;on^doll--jr p"r acr^iiiivjec*-' W. \\ic ilhpbr -himo'F?/  >1870 au-J 1873, an !.��������� h^ictntiplymi with tin* Krpuhtion '  y.\  to ��������� t/io  imrc'������ <so *u'' mi-m v y *;? ,1 n '; uiKh-r <������������������-���������;  "/i.h.Au^������>3i, lo<3,  <!-r������������ pl.ini; a-i So th������    p ij -n- ot ���������>?. ���������  (���������^r.i IV������of Fire r������<iil rs, nnl''hv  .-uh!=j]iiifli'ilr''Fvjfij  C-nts p -r-Acn* in li-u������ol On<������ Dollar.-as conUtliKnl'in  Suction 2 ol said: B������'gt3iituih*.*.*.; ���������    '. ,       <      ^  ., .   , ,   - ROBERT HfJAVKX,    ,,J'z  .Clnof Conirji'^Min-rol  h'li.ls ariJ?4v"orkF/.  Victoria; iJ jitr'23', T/73   "' t '     <>'������.--u 'oi':llf-  5ifinonths.?V  *3. Novpevson1 shall be entitled1 toIrol'd*:land  mny.'be shdwii;b-y actnal' ocenpatfoir of: ;aud'  i i nprovein en ts m ade hi itA be/\ ttnd iin |d isp u te.  EKEfc/.-SR^HtS.    '  3-fThe I oil o w.iiig .is; ,pu b 1 ishe^ vfcr t beJiiforniV  ,Joi" ; ni >fy/y<v -! *n ^u ,   d; j?t^H*^^ f^,,,.  ���������T   le-nthJt'S   L81    rs hi   1    HouhlioChKwr,,.  .lU-^foner-ol' L-to<<$.,,������m���������) W* rkr',  r p^rtine*IlnitvW*ej  acc^^iry.to^et:a^  jv fcSie ih-tvincj as l'>i/,' ^r.uii i">cUr������ns' under tlie m>*  . , Ap) I *r hcniu incnj-, 1 njf..t^at t^j Hii it, n*d n 11:{ Sixh''  \rr_j*  Cm    iIIf.u i j u  U^   1^-. i  '*u4 of Viflwrnr r  A^land: hei%w/t Ol/aUntM I6< *nf'������u'i;Mirt! Rnri rt a5 >  oi  forfeiture, of ony.pro-em.pUon rights ac .  -1 qo.uv-d tmder anv of  rhe.Land Ordinances or  /I'rocla.j^ji^'-.'in'thi! Province.'  'y_ %2 AVs'y all e n s b al j ��������� be' e n t i r 1 e d to lo ca tef a  ;' $v?i Grant'uuder. the *?ame co'iidUiohs as a  ������������������*itiMtish "enlijjjct * iiponv*^gmnv,.;a-Mdec'lai^iion'  V:^������efore;' tr,t V iinmss sione'r bf'.the^rjisiriet^or'a  '   |!*Jiistice"df t'be/Peace,';pf;his;.or' he.r intention  'ip befeome-'a Hrlihh subject {Mtin the^event  *'-^C $u ch  il if-n, n o i ' jom p 1 eti n^his ��������� nr( h er Jnafii-  ;./. ;*/VMliza|i(Jn at as eaily a peri or] as th|tlaiv;'fa(l-  ,,   l^jnum^ Vjfat'he/br ffie'^b'alftoVfel^airiu^  Quired, ; /\'' *-  "'���������';  ' ' '''-   '\   V'-:  .,:. v:;; "r^ ^; ATfe(ji'oyrj^van ^shalji^ ef fpi^ny;lSr^'  ��������� ^t^'ft^'^^jlPr^f^3 Act^jorynhder sanl^regiila-  ^,tmns,;unij\' i\\i������ expiratibn'oT^tirie'yefirfcfiWnj  ^ ���������j ^T^iWi'p ^jdif; g3 jf^ R5l bis j * t! tifit^ii o V sii 11 i 1 ^ ^l^ifeivi^b  '" / :'?^filtj68s8^|al m i|i gfjtii dtsr^lifj * or/; he?, % ?\ "s'p me  } V,6f^ihe^n^H'jj.ll:lili^el *ger)prrhed Hfe foIIo wtiig���������  . .^settle m ert ^ d 11 ties,: "th a I is: to kay;:.���������Slta-I I h a ve  /^cieat-ejljan<l liavolnnder "culrivajioh' at v!eaV  f W^lj ''^cS?f \^fe 'H'^J' ^������ ^}������erebf n t lea^t  n./i^liv;ecterej*;-������halPbe'ljiear^aiifd^niiivafevd ao-  y: ii i piily, du ling tf i e thref ye'aVs b ex fc ;a fVr "1 h e.  ;.    dj������t.eVotHht������M'ocation;^to-be compntod from  - v -./fM' jl^ij^U^;^?i*^iiS3? (|%n Jei^t;:i)y;iwen,ty  ' ��������� ^ree^and- llrnt |- !ia ye itc t ii rtlly'ii ii (V boh tihuoiSly  V^TPjsMedHipo'n arJd^jfiltiVatf^d th^ said fa'rul fur  y J^j^  ti^te^jsiiol^Jo^atipnv ^n^fr^i^t iien^e upvM>^  '': '^M^M^l&)P^i^.^9^& -f% W ffj^cep tii.li at'!.; tlie  -,, Iocatee^8halrbe.;aU^        -one nfon'ih from' the  - V0i$ ;ofit)ie%7caHbn An' enter npori and demrpy  /t|n( iand^aiid5 tlia^a'Dsence fronivtheigiiiri^land  ; Jorin allnotnipm during  an^o ne y ea r (to Abu co m pu ted fro m th e da te  tot^ie^Jocaii^n) fehafl 1 not iiSheldt q be a* Ces-  7f������W(ion r>f sne^h tresi'rleiiceV'rircivided^snch land  ^>e eultivatedias afiuvsuid.i.;; .>������������������ j/ - ,j ^  - -j:, ^. On .fa? 111 re .Iri; perfoij������^anpe.sof - ��������� th^ fettle:?  me n t ��������� d u I le������ a fo rem ji ir?, r ������u*=j 0 ca iloii: shall; fee  forfeited, and all rijBrlifs',-jpfe^'oideVte^r,dr t>i  ������ ny one; c I ai in ing ii n der ii im or her, in  th e  : labdf'Rbn license.     v/ld ':'^vii-';/y?*i^';^; ^  ���������  7.  i������roof of. ac������)inl. F^^effl^nt^.^d:,iHilt2v^  ijriwi shall be ujad������ oy doclaratioii, under ffie  initheiiirjft^miuine^ said larid > had  :beo_nt.fire enxpfecl .in "the first instance upon  lf?*yp^ %He������Ver for, thej'nnd. andSppn'iiil^  hMlm^tjie; couditions'npp]icabie.tu'preemp  tion.claims.', .,   .    ,,-   . ; ".- , ,,/<5 ."*"*.    '/���������-.  . '15-" 'No land, local ed as aforesaid,' nor anv  in|exest tHerein;;r8haiij4ranyWehT;be:br:be-  ^we-Hab.|ei.tosthe..satisfaction ofnriy iiebt or  ;!JH^nUy:.contractedyor>iuciirred Ijy^the^ loca-  *!0jvjdow; hejrs,jor devisee^befcire the.tssu-  ^?f^^ithie,qro^n,;gFanfcfor#ich;B  pllfesiieyarid oiiauy-part (hereof, oriany  UJt&esi therein, js;oTvned (by, jjie ^oc^tee, or  ���������<m$m W^heirs, orjflevisees. .sueiiilanMai^  o^ilfereaji shall, ��������� during ;twent:y.-'���������yWft.re iMxt  &fmt\m dafevof ;suchi location; be^eiempt;  rfc0M^cbmeut; jevy^imdeiv executmn^ or'  ^W^'ne^ljjible;; to, t be,sa^fHC.tiori" of nhv  or^iiringithat-.periods save. and; except/auv  debtifH^curediby^avalid^nortgage or pler^  Of^uclj land;made subseqininMy'tollie issuing  ol,i.he, Grovvn grant therefore ���������">;.-���������'' 22. -   "'u  ^ l������. vNoiIririg,in. JheBe,;Reffuiations shall 'be  w������Sn<Hl* to,exempt any:iand from Wv or  .falelocates or taxes^nowor herealter le/allv  imposed./, r^\:-;ii-v'-..^;. ./'.,'    " -i ,   ;"',-    /  :  ^^^very Crown grnp  ,fand flocated;^as afbresaidf.-,shai 1 slate in> the  In the Stirjre'lae G^uWZqf  ; \rt-British/Q61uinvbia,;f' I;  I';?,/���������;:'i; ' ?% G ENK ^A"&^i|KR;^C?. ���������; >'%!''  N'OTinB^'I^Jiprphy'filvTCii, thai tho Suprf������n& (>>8r  ; will ?ft in R'dic; fori'tfuf.hM:rln**15f-'^lf .1n������tteri������*  irrgu!Tr-'nt������v^PTv;nb5 fjin-'l ot'hrtn nniu^rk^hin^inVlinr}'  >(J;^ C^ttrt injB^n^i ^ U������������ Sapr 5in^;a;urt J%u^ jR-ihl  jQ'^y^o!* A^ictnrEn;/for t)j d.. Ioj|o\yjn^^ctin^;=.<j/j' 'Ut^dJi^  hiir" ihaft^r in i^i ion fi*!, nrn^ly :'/**' /'  ; 'i'--// :"'-"**?]���������  For Hi) ry IVrni from itio l'5^hW25uVF**lilit'n*y"*^i  'r.Fpr K tsti?r/l^ryi/trpiri i\v-t ^5ih to^ytlr^April* V i  ^ur inchhehnis T-nn 1r;������m th'^lijVh ti������^ifiii^^!j^  v Thero will hiifrio.siti^nr.Hi Bauc tn'Trlim-V T^^roiV  Tn cas'������unyV)P tti#<Urysiofj-tha.-fliup^-taHmtlff'rnhtnt  tw^iunins fir on;������jne������r :the'.TVnns sli.ail I fdl -on *"  Sun-iax or Piihij^Hai tay^���������ih;.%;,i!V6't������riff:-\vil/rbc-gin  or end .oii'lhh:niiy;i\i\A\tf&ihffii^  r:^v   ^      'l ��������� V������ATr*'T} tJKGCTR: 6: ,fe    * ���������* *  1 w^J I j^hamri;ro^,aRAAT,;f j ,J; |  ?��������� jMi^^t^rjfi, .���������/Ja uoV^ja^ilJ187^\,^ y mrtjf ':' >���������  ,..  . ,q>  unta ������Mstance   ������i*Xb������tK  n'.* ty* <*unit������ imi|<-4|  (6in|  Oaft of ih^- npfy/yM^y Ii\*M|'s'/)Tl'y,;i||im*- rt mi ?������&;  -, k'ii i������ir.i K/^ .fVr(,-m"hit 'l>o U^tuir.t'  ������������n    F j v  i cVv>,   a tr t' \ hiU  U������ ' Sl!W  XV> if rs i! H -1 f  IM *' rwi i!.������.  iiS.*f Oaoirtt-.-si-n^r ht; 'fiuth<������rirfd>f d������ > i .-ijtir' t-<  ^*Kwi������st������ M >������C?n ^v*l il(|ifr- .ir^'^0C*fci*0is8 Vifsf^.iziivox^n'E^. One ������������������  :-j.undr^u.:tnd Btp;     ^ t , , ^- \ b^i.������c������������o-d. '-    ,  Th<* friojujittco ahvi^4 ihut *lu- n<-,s'i������i>i*aHlati ������ Jio ���������  f������prov������iil;     r  ' ^''    '������������������1*>   ��������� " ���������"     c"   f'J'   :    "'���������  r*'.--j^ijnt ol ilhj,toum.H;  ^I'U?^?v,,3f!'*��������������� ift''U|jmll-<iy*V)/lt4j; '/^^^i-: ; ^rv:i;?'i'-  "X'sKri/'ir-, iKuroVil,"? - *",';���������;-' // --"���������-���������.  2dto .hiWi'lSTSJ' ' "*       " ***  ' ;5:":i": '���������"  ': "'s:/  '  "|.^  U  R.V'ic6n.mnnd.  JJ0K>f.-A;  Publia^  ,.^./ vAJI appUcatjraV for���������PriJaifiAlife nronnrlv tiu  British Columhlav witWrri tV'ptfi'vKw^of:iiffh������ itrtiR'  Nortli. Atiwrlcfi^Act 1807; ������;'��������� wliAher for-tlio ������r."ctton Vl  ���������^Bn.'l^v.JfJe makiiiff offt RtilwaO, Turnptlj:������j,Ry������i^ or-  : i/i -grspu Lino, tl i e construe I i < >n or i fmmi vcnlt-n t. V ;i  H*rh*irT *&*.!, J/>ckVD^''r. SIMe, orbiherYu^mric*-  IhogrnntlhK ornright^r F;Tiy;>ihft IricWrnori^loh r,������  tiny^-irtiqijhrjra^e nr^lHirfc nr>���������f any joint S������ocfc  Minipany- or,ijthtrwisv f^r-gn������nliiig to.any-in/jjvl���������*uji)  i,\}?7,s<������on of p'ihsioJ^uitor^theliirrivid Ml U.UlN'AtyJ  ��������� r    -.'/'AT^iOXIIiOCJC.    "   -'       -  ^Tho^hn)liT^^I '#{/) J^:n^|������W������t</flttcntl<iti &  <ttMiU'*$<A#-,iYi/r\VM .-"(iotitfou.-.n������t*;;������fe^JP* ajAT00'^  jitiicrtu/rx^n tioi ii> AU^rs. Ihrrlfl-'i WiihOU  s^--  Pn jg|������i.''*pori ton;"   ' -'- ; ^  -     ^?. ��������� .  ' n" "*,    5~> ���������>>���������',-APCi I. i ,;..-*.f).J t>.   .   ,i.j. .;vj..  to'61'h;  ������.'- ��������� i,Ji-t flh " rV "'(f)i������iohraved * ' ':';*-    '      ���������  :yVp[R; C.feS/f iW#HTR::E;,;. ��������� SAyGE  '   K'. /Oijciarc*ii?;y: dounoisst- ti pkk}w   .    .. ���������  ��������� v    ,  .   . v t0 ^uy o'rnvr Act, sliaM rf������!ilro si- Notldo'  Pftthe:said land/^nd;the date o^heloeajion"  and thatthe saidGrownI grant' in^^ issued undeJ  ^authoritypf;tbejf Land OrdinanceAmerd-  meiit Act,':|873.,?;;,,i,:M.;>,,-. ;/>/-,::;, ,;.'.',/..//.  r"OautiOn���������agaaiiit^Fraudi���������The ?ucc���������s.?^^'?  . h o//i'������(loll id r ������n s i if iiVl ������������������*'- fel vjill e <!' to������ ��������������� I iiieii I'W) v'"?  1  Ml  which a n HvspHpv'r Is nuitltehWii: .  &i?2twocn,thc close of the rioxt precoriiiiij Session  ������hdtIiceonsi!Pmti������n:ortiippAt'itifn^,-:. :^b^���������5  been^rupplied >wijh;  with IMi^resroitig regUlalious. M bc27  iL^tract from BtiJejs.yeiatjbfB' -toTriVate Bills:  ' ':  ���������"    ���������>������������������>ivsmm/Asrtmmy'���������������������������-'���������''  a...i .,.......  . ^- ��������� (',<Tk of -thu.LeKiblative -ApyMnhly^  ���������Sttd^ti'iusf, 1873.  ������o27 im  ' rOl/i0 803 .illai ��������� tjVpj r nan') c^i arc,ujinn|>ljfi. waAT?  nABKts, stopj^hr; An ii botti is.' '    ���������"* r: ���������'' ���������:' ������������������,!  ; &m e 0 li th c ro rolgu marking b av I ri? l������ e��������� f "l'1"'  w}tli.a spiirlonevWnrenstersli 1 n J?auce.aJ>on tnr wn j  pjh ami-labels of which the namc^of f>������ ������n'J ? fy. L  !i it ve' 1) ceh rofge (l,v Ii; .'a ml [V' ��������� ff I ve n n tier tl!"l J" 7j  have; t u mlsliod i.fc liei r correrpon<I 'vn ������*���������"'vlt������ IJ0^?^.  aUoi|iiflyv to.- ta k-e .| n sta ti t- iproceci j lap- ������������������ >nF'' f*jttt.  A.c'>ti a ?r s a n <1 tv< i������; do(r & o 1 such ^0 r, 3 a y oilier |fv'.  oh ft tj y" w h|c 11 tli ql rr I g ji I in ay I j ci pi n i> g c ���������������  Ask/for  " ;Kame  '^Stopper  '''��������� Wliolopale' An d" m e*pofth'y?l*^Prwrt������tn^?S  CQ*t/?r 5 Oreeftcji n���������������������' 1? la ck we U; l-iOn������l������n ,*&������*c''  by Uroc������r������ dRd tJilrncn ��������� ������������������-.���������;.- .. * .>Uv  ^  11 co ii nqi rr ig ni ni ay o>.���������!!���������!*'1 9^;;'     ���������'��������� ������������������"'*     IKS^  ;tEA '^PEKRINS!', Sweajd^ . ;;^B  oh "Wrapper;'Label,.;Bottle,ipu ..���������������  er; " <;nln--r-' H '. r.-'^.-^'v-' -������������������'- " ''     ���������,    '^B  -���������;^

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