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 -���������'.'  .. i-  ���������i.'  ���������\  &������**������< i  ii  X  ������������������:������������������  ZSS2BS2-'  ������������������ 7  Barkerville, .William Creek  B.C.; Saturday,,   O  *'.;.;������3 $3  No 35  E CARIBOO SENTINEL  {PiibHsfeed^yerySaturdaj by  ROB SET-   liOtioWAY,  ;:3 abTeriittiori. -   -   35 Ceats ������e v Week.  ���������"-������������������������������������ '  for >a* 5<|u irqo'oo! ��������� olj)',flr&t'.ns'ai:tioti,   -  $8  ' .' ' ou<^nu������U>, -   ��������� , ,a .  For w ��������������� < <j qa r i."������������ ������l r s i\ n*������rt i��������������� u , ^, V   -   ..   .    -1'  "' ���������' * ���������      one ���������d<iui t.It'   ��������� /. ���������,   -;, .y- ��������� -   ������ ' ������������������ 9  A ;* a t. s 'or t h * * * C a r i>io oSe tit me I; ��������� ������ -1 /  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS  ^���������sosneltsao -th ;���������  ��������� ��������� v  a-i'la.Oroek,   ;-.;.���������   ..-���������  OUnt.<in.   ���������      -*     '���������  TU?. ,    ���������     .���������."'���������'-.  j?������w W^t)������iuM*r  \rtc������-������ri������.      ��������� "'. ���������  -  f}    St.i"������������i?.     .  --   "    ���������'.".;  Z T> sir n a Wi! ? Bx pre* P  Barnard'j RxpreR?  '<?/; JliirTtir^Mf Express  ������������������" ��������� ''.���������:"i^;^^o//^^/;pd-o-;//^  - , / John Murray , ���������-,.  - '   '.M.r''5?h.tk.������?pp**^'  * no OoTniviH/Loiidoji: e:c  vm '������: nATunoo* g-Bffj^^!  NOTICE TO CLAIMANTS oFLANf  -.."'tis  P?fiW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.  \TOTICK IS H7.REBV t.iVBN, in accord:���������nee- wltl  IM the pr"vi.������i������ns of tho '��������� L in i-Art. 1574." thai t>  following land? ritu.it?! in Ihe District of. New W������\<  minster lisi'vii been siib<*iv'Ho������i by survey, an r tin  M:ip .tmrobf.'has b������*<n deposited in the ofllecofMr II  V. KU.noinl!*, New UVsMniiister:- 7: .''-'���������''���������' .  <    >��������� .;,, .. ��������� -, feWNSfUl' 1.4.. t.  ,,. ,��������� . ^  ;t   ;  >���������/   ,'^ntWe������fqnnytor S^otirm 1./       -.;. v*  v Kiirthw ���������<��������� i ^ u rt' r 8������'ct ibit 1.; ^     ,;   .  -.-'������������������ -''Jforthtaai - taarttr Sf ctinn 1. /      _  -,  Miscellaneous.  NOTICES." .--���������-"��������� ��������������������������� S',^  ^m,  E  ; /    ���������/  ���������:*-���������'-    V-       ClCT/EjrRATBI*  ;������0RfiatER8HIRE-'---:8������jICf:  >ECLA$fcI> BY CONNOISSEURS TO B /  THE^O&LT GOOD SAUCE.  y^-AiAi  <���������������* 12:/  y*i/A& 7  Led& Perrins  Sauce:  %hkh arccaJctilaUd U deceive ike Public  tXEA2\$ZPtiRRIN$ hate adopted/  \: \;. '^/I^^z". LadeL": V':  I-   heaving their Signature* thus���������yy).  'pi������iil-tr<>'  ������>  .i������*������������r-  iv;-'j  jSH  te  B  II  If  ���������:/'Z'  yy  Si  ������  *i. ..,.���������������"���������... .*r|p-.i \^i������t.t.������*ef}ilon<'|p^f'  ���������,;'���������.'  V."  TfVvv^iii^'NQ. 8 io; n./  ���������MTwrc *fs"?j7=::?EJ?Y '^vK-V i^;'  :/An������! tTiiit*W*?ion^<!f;r ny^'r;t-n < ���������*'������ 1^'  /iSvt' n'Hvobt.iiu^'^^rou-n/(>r??.n:?.tb( rmt ^lnuibi ;  mtlMir.olaiJos in .^c>r latter with-.* l^tw.-.* 2!,. Iaii  ������������������Wl.t������7+ ,  '��������� ''���������', -  P?*Ht^ of front and ,Di'cbra'iM)'-^n h-������ obtained s������  Ijf btli co uf lite Conimispt irti'r. fft!;'l)'������p.*.\  .  -   , ���������     nOHKRT tlKAVENf. ;:  ��������� ���������--'/ '.,      ;/\..Oht^l/f!otriti;ji.������y*ivti--v I*anus ana \Vork^  L'������n/*fs art;,,4WorS:*> !>'partw-ut, .       ���������-*,'���������/'  "   ;/-. YiGt'>n.a, .fuly 24/IS'a.j .,  in tln������ |.an-< onj/;;-, V-������r. Hi, \v'ii.li.->K*V<?"5xcei������ti.t;*ii.-������������f th;/  (Ml-.<win'u''Kiifii,iviv.:>'>������t . ii bff^ojiVn./^1;!*^^^^'!^!"  ii\    piucliu^o ������t ja    ���������''In ������������������< --.i.nv   ?������'n- .M/<u.tayV; l?-t;.  *i-v; l������V5. at to- Ollicoo ,)l /nry V^ E/nhu s.K^q:  >������vu \v.^5.u.jvj .. o. ;��������� / \       ,=-������������������//'/  Tfvwssnir NO: 8. ,  &'n\ihw"y\ q������ ��������� rV?r ������������f ^-yr't t;>u/I;T;;5,:' '/j"--';'-1 ��������� /V/.'.v^  >i i-t.J.,.;.st. ���������}��������������� rt r".ot ^c-v'i^fe;:;;././^.;ti  K-Mt p-.r t-'ii ������'i N rthw ^ /i'i *it/r:vrse������ti:>n 1  Nintb--;i>i. <]n'-tv*. r i������: S-cti ��������������� -���������  S ntjnv >si. 'jiiaiit-r or S>f.. i������ -. * -  >��������� ru.w-.'rit. <in -u- r ������*'V ^\/;ti-,^;3'V*/ ii/Ay/A'-i  Silf U'iiRl illtiriT''! -; t't.t;On,.i'���������:."/;.-/-.  N nhea.*t qinri-r."f rt^'iiM/?       ,./-   '.:'..  -   S- ������;hi;;ist.-q.; .n-r'������'' s.-oJiv^i;'-T^.-'y/A- A\A-':  K ti h 11 r i'iI' s������t!i'��������� '��������� iw������iii..<|ua-Vttir ������.?;;Sti*tiv;������;}?>,--'  ���������    j- oT'ii-' It ��������� n    W''      x;/;4:^-';'^'/'-/-'Vv^/l-:/^,;  iS"UitiCii#c qu-'sri r->f $-cii')iV';1:A-:;; ;._;:   .//-..v..///'.  S.'utUu^i t|ii irt'-r .������������������* 8oct-ipu/vO. y/yy //i''/  ��������� TOtVNSHIl> JNO. 11. "^    't    "  y������r.!it������������s-i7t i������.'io. ������.," ���������/,'>.���������'; ",'���������'":' .''���������'''���������' ���������-/' "'���������������������������  >c rtii tali ;i  ^ -c t;*u -I .^-/ '/���������������������������///' y:y ;-. .���������;"��������� ..;;''  .N-.rtiiwi'St qmrt:ri>l cUJCtiOU; 2ft.    ::/ :  N'irlljptusf cjir.r.i-'rof &!<$frp..-:23; ;  6cot'i������n> :^j -d. oO. 32, 33./.4.-'-.;;/ /;���������;���������/  tfnthoa.u qiiin-crpi S.'Cii^n.SS.  ..;...; v  SorUioast qu:irt*r of.Section' 3'V..,;.  S int!iir<*si c|n ������n r of .SectlOM. HO. ���������    ; -  Northwest qeurt-r ol'Sycsi������>u 33.;. .'������������������������������������._;  |ROB������UT "BKAVBS  i.hiof CoTomissiotiiT of Lands and Works.  Iaiiis anl Works U pTttmai,  Victoria, 6th M ,yt ,1875^ .     a������21  lAu'in:  ytyovMy  vi n)t* t w 11 sK * j������? X-^. t *  Is bih'l wb'  nroy-  ' liiiii Is a:u I AXOj'k'p IVp'i rtirioii'tJ-  ,/\'ir;torit, April 3. 1575.; /   J  NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.  ���������\TOTICE IS HEREBY <HVEN, in accordanoe with  1* the provisions of tha -"Land Act, 1874," that  the following laud, in Group L, New Westminster  Notice to ������MmaiitA cf Lane  IN TOWNSHIP NO. 9.  OSG������O������)S,L?I������ISI0^UH. YALhl-UmRICTv  \fOTICR- IS HBUtEBA-r- 61VEN, Io accordhncc wi t"  .1 the provisions of, the, Mnd Act. 1874. tliat th  -'Unwi'n-tf- Hu iHSituttc"in -th^ 0.i������yn>* Division <  V i lei i is t ti Bt li ive b ot n iu b ��������� I i v i >i o ��������� I hy.su rvey, - a ti  9'h*.'i'B>pt-ir-yr -of lib? -been������������������forwarded; to tho ofli^o i-.y  I vC. Jkl iya^S;0������inniis5ioii'!t\<)3oyotjs:    .'/'        ^  Township N������\ 9; '^     r/       ���������������������������.Jf* ���������  < ctiou 19,20, 21: 22 23. i4. 2a. "28. 27, *S, M, 30* Si  >     ,   aa, as,..84.35, ana 36,     a     . ;  ,.: Ahd ti:at clnUn ��������� ftts of any-port I..'fi of this land Vhi  t-:t vf y o t obr vine, rt -.Crown Gr:ui ts ..thvrtfbf s: ii>ul d proy  ' ������ h ir ot iinis in accardancts" \v 1 ch Clause 2i," Land"Act.  ,:;Kfirms of proof ahi;()f>������iarai.ions .c:.in t>������2 obtained aj  lieOifice 01'���������ili.o..Cotiimi3Jilv-n.������fr,i:insuyoos ��������� .   i  yy-'i     ���������.   ���������   ���������     ;    . k^bbrt rsavrn������   j ���������:  ,i GhieflConiniissionvr oilaUoiS and \V"orkS;  ,-:���������;: ;-:���������";.,.��������� ;^/ap24:'/;;  Lstke La Haclie School  ���������--;.,;���������.���������������������������;���������   BistriOt.";y'yA- ':-./���������  -Provincial S**cretarv?8 Offlco,  : SUtUJuiy. lo75. /.  IIEUEAS tlie Lieiu^nant-Grqvprner iii  Connctl   is   emph%wered   underv tli������.  ���������.Public School-Act, 1872," to credito School  )iritrlcts. io arldilion to those already exist  ing, and to define the boundaries thereof, it is  terehy noiJSed that his Excellency has bje**u  pleased to create the tract  of land ericldseVr  within the tin der men tio ned bonndaiy a School  I) istrio f. n n de r the title oft he Lake L a Hac he  School. Dist lie fc, viz.:   All that tract ot land  included in a circle which mtty be described  within a radius of six miles in length from the  School House, situate at the HOiile Post on  the Cariboo Road as the centre oi'such circle.  By command,  /    JOHN ASH,..--.  an21 Provincial Secretary.  District, has been surveyed, an I the Map has been  deposited in the Ofltoe.ol' Henry V. Kdim  missioncr, New Westminster :  inry V. KdinoiiUs, Com-  LOT" 236,'GROUP I., an Island situate at the moath  of North Ami of Fi'aser Kivur, itn������i known as  Molu Island. .   . .,  ��������� And that claimants of anv portionjof this land who  havo not obtained Crown Grants thereof,,'should  prove up their claims in accordance wit li,Clause, 21  Xitind Acl, 1874. -  Forms of Proof an J Declaration can be obtained at  tlie office of tho Commissioner, New Westminster.  iROBERTBEAVEN,  gChief Commissioner Lumts untl Works  tm^,^. BEAVEN,  gChief Commi4sioner I#*iids wii Works.  IbMB I* and^TPorts Dc  RICHFIELD,  Chas. Patilsonj Proprietor.  A tjood assortment of Groceries, Provisions, kc,  on hao'l. ,..-���������*.'  The BAR Ib stobfeod vrtth the best Wines, Liquors,  andCigstrrf. ;   . ju!24 2in  PERSONAL.  I^HE undersigned, who has been in the em-  -ploy of Mr John O'Ooun-'ll for a number of years.  InA'eby notifies ihe public of Con boo that ho I.S NOT  AN INDIAN, as some pimple suppose, but a WHITE  MAN, aud a native of Mexico.  ANTONIO ROQUET.  BarkWtlK A������*P#* ft, *&$9-  which'mil be placed on every bottle 0/ ���������  Ifier tint daie>.and without which; nony  ���������2\2yyZ/2% '.-       is genuine.   ':y yyiyAAy:.y  ZNoveifiberi%74.. ���������'..,   ',/���������/''-;  :%* TKis does r/oly apply to shipment*  .;.;-made(prior to the date given.  Ask fA_ LEAi;tS* PERRINS^Saucey  and sec Name on; Wrapper* Label* yBott/i  A-   ;. : 2y :A   anclZSiopper/Z:. yy/  2 ', Wholesale 'and.'^^ory'-'Exp^yhyiZt^  yPm0ieicrys^rceskr; Crossed[BlackweJ?  . Lona^n^}y*;(i^;ya7td.by  Oilmen throughout the World'./  Barn a rcf: m ��������� ��������� o",- ������  (Carry i ng H*������ r ��������� M"������j������;������t y. V Mas I &.);���������: ,-"  LEAVES BACKERVIU.E FOR DALBT  Sxrery  Stinday ^Corriia^  Joiineeting wilh the Stfameis. at .QuegBet-  mouth, Yule. New \VebUutn������ti*r uud  , x . A    :    ��������� .-.".."-".y-tct'oriii/ .7.- "���������;;" -. yy  /^^Freiphi a nd.fti������^en������������rfi carriedthrongfl  {. ivaKonahle i:.������ 1 o.s... .-��������� ..  .     --.-   ..-.y.-'Ay, '���������/:  For; iate������ 6( Freight and  Passage,  apply  -- ���������'/;/' ;GKO.';BYnNr^//Ajrent;'-ryi  ^'      BHik������riril1������.;^  DECEASED.  %LL  PSESON3   indebted to'the   Kstat.  ;V' of Wi:xiy Hall, decked, will pay lorthwttn t-  no un lorsijfUe I  tb'������ aitmunt ot sucU indebtodnes.s;  :n<l" claims :tgain-������t tho Ksiato must be prostrate,  ivithin'three mouths 10 '    \ ..--^������U*r  Ayyy JOAN bowron.    ������������������  A-'A Administrator.  / iUchtid.i. June 24. 1876.       . .       ���������    V���������- ,  Re Tliomas Bell, 'deceased:  . -w *- is hereby given, that all persons  , v /]mvin������i>nv claims against Lhe Estate ol Tlioirw  HMl/Vile Sitr^.'en to the Koyal Cariboo Hospital, Ul-  -jeased, tire hereby r.-qnired to present .the sanu* b:  ,heiin J������-r.-i������������noii witititi three mouths Irom this Uat������',  'lud- all persons in anyway indebted to the said es-  ���������i'utearo jilso/reqnirea lo pay forthwitu ihe amount:  so due bv them 10 .  -"?     * GEORGE BYRNES,  Executor.   .  ;Dfited the 26th day of Juno, A.D. 187*.        j������*26  Lre Jaoquemot,  \:Z..iy-yZyy ..Deceased.  A LL PISTtSbl^S indebted to the Estate oi  ���������������X< AiUrc Jacad'dnot, deceasai, will pay lortuwltb.  to tho i>ndersii-noj;the amruftt b;' sdeh initcbtouness;  an d ; etai ms' 11 gn inst the Estate m us t be presentea  with iti throe mouths lo  GEORGE - BYRNES,  Agent iii this'matter for the  -Official Administrator.  Barkerville, Jano 26 1875. ; J^2^ j  Has received a  Comprising'^ Great Novelty in.  tiadies' Albums:  LADIES'    AND   MISSES   READY-MADE  COSTUMES.  UNDERCLOTHING-,  SLIPPERS,  CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SLIPPERS, all  sizes.  And by every Express, a new supply of Fancy Goods,  which* I "will sell as low ns possible to suit the Uixu%  No Monopoly!  y:"; CHE ' P^ARES!' ':  .WV^ LEAVE STAiIfLEr^FQB YALS  >      Saturday, Oct. 23;  making - the trio: IN V WBZXj- an1 com w:;ii$ iritis���������;  bo steamer u,Victoria?,,;fpr Soda Creek,, ana -.���������* Koyal.  ��������� Jiiy'?.;.tor-Now.,'Westnjinst?r./.' */ "'- A 'AAA: -'. A. ������������������/, f-w.-.  '���������-.---���������.. o  ti&, WE MAKE A TRIP EVERY THREB  VRKKS. . dates ul departure from Caribo������  vi; 1 be duly H������iv**rtis������<lL&������ /..  fs&- NO NIGHT "TRAVELLING���������TIMS  GUARANTBKD.   ��������� Ay:  : - - v '    i-   ^  JONATHAN MUTT, Ageat, Barkerville^  . HV. MORGAN, Agent, Stanley.  August 21.1S75. -   -   -.     -    - amgl  V&n  VQlkenburgh & Co  BARKERVILLE    A  IGIiTNING CREEK  A SUPPLY OF THB  je20  Always on hand.  STANLY,    -    y' LIGHTNING CRSES,  [Has on hand a choicesteck of   .  Pryisious, G-roceries,  ���������vhich he will sell,  .WHOLESALE AND ETAIL// AS  AS THE CHliAPEST>  ���������������������������',..���������   aul  A FURTHER SUPPLY  DRUGS,  MEDICINES, &c-    :  DR. CHIPR  Barkerville, April 1".  uiimiiTiMi*  .flit    Dr. Chipp wiU^a^end Q^ LKS^TOIWtt  reery SUNDAY until" Nco^.,^.n^aal,  1  IP  {������kii������viijii������wB;wMSeiBB??rgwi8?a������tm..?������aBwiii;wiw;riAiL<'vjiiu������gj|.a ������B  BBS*  S5SJ  un  DAKIB0OSENT1M  <r~rrx���������r  SATURDAY, OCT U. 187*.  ,TT������r  itiE RESULT OF THIS ELEOTIOU; f  afhai^pikil2 o'clock  fa day tb������ B'dJrjt  *i������xV������b .were<cperied< b y the ftetiirnin^ Officer  MR ROBERTSONS ADDRESS.  We have beeu requested to publish the following addressto the ..elect ore ids tied .by Mr  Johnatone Robertson : ;  At "the���������'solicitafioit of a number of friert<la  .and their proiWaetl support. I come forward  at this Mate tio uVaafl offer myself as a c&adi -  aleV  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  30-1Jie presence of the awetirs ������������f the several*     Jn'doinfcso, ami asking your assistance in  c'������i*iljiftie*i end the votes eoun'ed with the  following rssalti:;  -'���������--=   rValkem. ���������-,". ��������� -" ���������>-.'    ' - .   '.254.  ..; V.-:':.r>*ri*v ��������� .'-���������-.' .-���������-:    -.-      -~   ;    IM  ���������;'��������� ;���������-Fraas.. ��������� .-��������� ������;. -  '. ",-"- ;'-���������     <l.73  f--,;/ 'Fi-arsotv /"���������.- ',./'--   '���������'��������� ���������-'���������_ .-" -"'������������������':    ;i'I--7  EobertsoR, ���������      -' .;"> /''-'���������-./.  '- ,68  ;/.-/     T^slkom". y '..'���������' a.-..-' "'..-'" ' - 41  ;*JJt>. of Votes cast, ���������/.-".;/.. - '    -       ������    ;  spoiled Ballot /papers,       -       -       -  ,    The large majority of 35 for the  Hon. Mr  '  Walkem oat of a total vote polled of '32?.  ebowl Hie confidence of the second:.district in  *jae Province in'Mr Watkem'a. 'Government  atn.4 l h e t boron g b. so ii n d n ess of pi tb I i c op i n Ioii  '���������'��������������� dariboo. . For the particular inform atlori  ^fvhe Victoria Colonist, we will again pat no  i 'nord tbe fact, that tio;-Opposition candidal?  Jdare come tor ward in thtsvdistrieC and that  Hr   vtalkerne   new ^colleagues   have   b.t'i  A jpted^d themselves to; support  the  Govern';  *;*:?������*������nt���������otherwise they would  not have b������eh  ������������������tjecfefi.   We may also Vein ark;4 that whatever  An -t y' h a ve been; the sh ortco ib i n gs 6 f ou r two  1 >I e repres* ntati ves Messrs. Hnriter and Barn*.  -rtton, they/..never had; the  (east sffiaity.for  ���������" MAftS. andreRoliueiy spa rued every atlewpt  fc'*;! a d u ce them to j oi u t h e i a ji k s of that 0 p-  . position' party so ably represented in.tlie late  VvHoiisf by Mr John Robson,, and "'outside of  ���������"������������������'/he House by  the ..Victoria- Colonist   Oiir  ���������pew -t^preseatatives, therefore,, rcuvV: expw- ",.  <while performing tbeir 4uty to their.censtitn*  ( ei its' a ii d tbe Pro v i ue e, * t o; be:; ab u sod iu ibe  viieat maimer by the sheet we have  re/erred  '������**!������.���������   . ���������'    ";������������������   . . ' ���������     '        , "j  We eoogratulate tbe new members, Mesir?.  Di?Ie and Evans, on their- election, and %e  A-**?*; preiid: that Cariboo baa so thoroughly-m  yy .I'rfutl''-the. Government lu the eleeiion o.  ��������� v.G������'������rire Anthony Walkom by her almdM  :���������'_..������iri������rijj(j(5(j������ voice.'     ���������      - ���������-  NEW AD\ ERTISEMEKTS/  thi< election, it is necessary for /Bit-, to explain  that, owing to toy appointment ias Sttperin  'tendent of the con^tritciioii of-.the Bridge at  i^nesnelinoiuh.l could not possibly leave at  the time,-as important- work was froinff on.���������  + work which ib of great public benefit and  for your w������ltare, snd therefore could aol be  neplected by me without injury to you.  However. I nincerely believe ih^i BRFSQ  A MINKR^ANO A'LStJ AN OLD PI0NSK8 i  OK TliK CARIBOO DISTRICT. I**m tenet  able to see io ymir wants than some others it)  i������e !?������)cl. who have^ad less experience ta an  rbavi������h/id.     ";;   -' /'v .*' ;-.,..        . U. ��������� '"���������'  As far as Railway; Canadian Loan, and Dry  Dock are cincerund. aUagree on these; *u������t  t will most 'cerutuiy-endorse the>-pal tey of the  GoFfi������rnroent. on -these very important  Measures*. r  . Apart, from  these  lesdinflf qe*������tioos, are  m JACCJtJEMOT. decea.ed, ���������     ^.COU^ of 0021^^1 Assize  1 have been inalructed by the Official *Ad: nnd Gaol MWefy and of JNisi Prints,-wfl'l be  wtiaistrater to sell by Attction, at Barke'rvil!*    ^eid at etich of the tin define hrtotieVl pIhcpm fin  OaMONDAt the 25th day of October, 1876,:  ft complete set of  Watchmaker^  Tools  and necessary materials; also.'.a lot or Second  hand  'WATCHES,  and a splendid ���������  y    REGULATOR-;  Terms Cash;  G. BYRNES.  Auctioneer.  RICHFIKLD. Mondav. 18th October. 1875  QUKSNKL������OUTH. Saturday, 23.1 OciobW  CLINTON. MoBday, Ut November. . "  KAMLdpM; Monday. 8th Nevember.^  ��������� ���������   ���������; By order.  : ,\ ;,       .'yy/y k -yamyBrmm^ "'  Sheriff ^f Cariboo and'Lillooet District,  .���������fiejbt. 21,1875.  .  Gold. Coiiimission^  er9s  ieverai of; vital impertanoe i������ Oadbeoand ie   AN AND AFTER THE FIRST NO VEM  ib*������ whole bfsBritirth Columbia.'   ��������� :    W,;.^:* lt xt aiJ <:I 'imi!-������������'.'!>������������������ 0:i"ri������?oo Dlatncim^  oe Jiiid-ovor till tho 20th May, 1570, r=u jVci- to the "  riectluu of.tho %-.Golu amjjiaui.'OL A.a, 1872;"  GHAND PRArRIE RACES.  Nell Flaherty won heat race, beating Mc~  Afynnel 1*8  flenry   Welch;   won/mile  d������Kii,  /D*rt'iiig   Newman   Squire's  Vallfindinfi:hnm.  Henry Welch beat Bulger Dick in two mile  ^n*^//, McConnell's -Humming   Bird ��������� bwi  Dixon's Trifle in half mile race, bests, biit  ��������� J^lcConneU tost the purse through not bnvlu^  *he weight  ../;  vGisor.oc:iCAL Survey.���������-ft will be seen by  -o������ir Qtesnel telegram ffcat Professor Selwyrj  4;d party have arrived at that place en route  to Ottawa, and *bat Mr Dawson will remain  at-Victoria to await orders, but that in alt i*��������� ; \\i\ miking real estate of mining ?rea������d  probability the latter gentleman will be bU- h simply lacking the country up. However,  tinned at Fort Dnnvegaa tfiis winter.   Won d ?0UT W*!J?,,<,B on. that very important  ������ntt^  The fit at of these is bovjuic e great imp rove-  men t mad e. ii) V ha Wa go a . Road f re m LI #U %  :nihg to;?William'- Creek, /by cutting off the  ,ha*������vy-grade existing between the summit'and  'Uicbtleld. ���������'"'.";/... ;       y.   ' ������������������.'. W'W  Thence from Barkerville to: the .flats ������a  Antler/and CiinninahatoCreek,; 1 shall ������dW-  este a good l^riiI \ wide enou^b to be ttsed as  a >l eigh roa d t o win ter.. so - -1 bit t pros p e c tt> rs  wishing to open up Cunningham and Autle'r;  niay be abltf to; place proper machinery- on  their clai������>e-    Ay'iA /. ��������� ��������� "    ;���������'.  From t he bead of AnJ ler to.;JKe11 b 1 ey; a  r'ebd Trail is required by way of Swift River  TaUay, an lirbm-the Forks of Quesnej) a  .W^gon Bead oHj?ht to .te). buUtlfo. connect  with the'Trunk Road to Cariboo.     /  Aaolher section of cobntry in. the district  v**ry much ever looked Is that lying to the  North*est of ;��������� Mos^tiito,- Barddcrabble and  i*garCreeks.:.���������������������������"-/���������' .���������./// :���������'���������������������������-.;������������������;  There is what ia known a'sibe.Slough Creek  ���������eeatry. We have Burns Creek and Nelson  Creek, where the trail, terminates;   wa>anre*a  aw  9th  Richfi M, Oct,.������; 1875.  /E. M.   HALL,  'Gohi Convmi-.rii^ur.  rt^5  and  Patent  upper country  In Bankruptcy  AUTHOKtStti?  ol*. :i    Pcti:r������i)  TO i  tur  TtTHRRBAS   .TKK    COURT  ���������  rf    .act   iu, tit     prns'-oniibn . . ..  adju-.11 ca'tiou of .������1nkrup-cy, til*t <������n tivx v4 ��������������� (1 ijv |  of. luly, A f>." IfrTo. ag������ iji$i l>0 MIN HJ1J W KitC01". K, j  of Ii ������������������ Mfiofef Cr*e</Pce** Minor, lot b on pp|ifAt(ioii o/' 1  tli>* said Bankrupt appoiotfrt a pul>ll<: .siti-iu^.t'iii ;������r'1  phtsVt p.'tiLinn tci'l.ttt hoM liefore the Supi\ru ��������� C \ir f  Brltisit Ci'lufOhii sittmg in'. Bahkrdprc.vviii-i e 'ex ;j  (tt:neml -AssizO' to. hc'hohteii /tt the OmuVi'. H.-iSi-, 1  New WeatmiM>*u-r,. ou or abour;-iu6: 20lo oav .*:-.''  Novum <.t,    A.0.    1875.     for .  tho   .���������_������]{.,vi:.������������>���������*."    of;  'o.'  oi their iu ten tion to oppose jnuv bo hoor.l against tlio  thi're are quite a number of Creeks to tfee.i ���������,t{(mancv ������r fjicli Cmiiicate^'iind'lthe^mc win be  MM  :/EXFHESSv'J''v  (CarVyI fig li er. M hj������> *\ v *a M s i |a:)'  LKAVKS" ItA'RKBRVILLE KOlt YAttl  tho (XTtiilcalu u|  tho s;ijd< B^uWrtipt'.. in' (Vmj'orhtiiy ' v A ���������  to the hiwfe ui>w in force: cone/ruitig  Bihicrnpt>:  ;*c } "R'tyftrV      Sn Yl A UXT     "Wm*T,i n *���������  cor:ingt6t.he.for,n.MUcl;.snl������j-.T.t of  ^a"1? /   O UJlUHy .  ���������JXLQJ pin^  t������ie 'bUtiite p -iake.it in tho FirliuiK'nt ImiiK-n to :t.;i ';  i2th ������u:- is ��������� v >;rs ������������f th." b'tgnoi Ij* r-'pivac'et .M.-;j ���������='���������  ty, intituled ���������*Th^ B-nkrup/ I.iw 0 n^lMaLim Act.  164^." Xti|a.l.i .-'��������� JCIVC IJw.lOO to:������t Hucii/Court will- sit  a.t: the thiic and pluc������ ai������ovc->nt������iitlrni'j;d' lor the pur- 1  pose aforestto*, when tioit wln*r������; nay of iim creditors |  of !.)in.aai i Bankrupt woo shall li'iv-; given (Iu1 hot to j  Went/but/no trails fit for travel.;  isllowoU unkBoOuso he then an-i there shown tu the  c.-ir , vT , bohtr-rjr, or kucm other nr ler will be matte therein as  SUlHiniherio the North lies what ia known  -thejustice��������� of thocaso uuy requir*-.  AJ.KX.K. B. DAVIK,  Coun^-1 in th������> m ?ivr u������ the Bankruptcy.1  Rie^fl Id, loih Or.u h r 18" 6  aas the Canyon'Creek country, which can aaty  pe" approached by a trail leading trom'tae  Aionib of. Qiieahelva distance of about^.forty-���������  five..miles, .and (th(U trail was made at the  ieipenae of a tew eaterpming settlers living  aft Qnesnel City.  Apart from all of this, 4there is one matter  ef paramount importance, that is to have a  goad'and thorough survey made" of all.taW  Cariboo country/ I mean la what U called  ���������he.G'dd Belt, extending'to the Northwest te  Fraser river, and te the Norfciieast te the  Horsefly- country.  Another question arises as to Grew*  Grants. My views en this question are thai  existing rights cannot be interbred with  Hut stop ! adopt only one course^ That la.  abould a company expend i������Hy   five   or  t������^������  (>onnect������ng  a*ith   th*������ 8te������no*������a *?  Qii^������������'^  moniti, XaJe, New IV<���������������������tn1111ah 1 ������w������  Victoria/'/      :'.!.  ^HiU^'re tg h ��������� an d Vo is e ng a ra en i r U d ih v pVi ga  ni. rpwHOtiable raiea.      / -���������'������������������  For rates of Freight anA V������***fz*. npt'ff  ,'e' '��������� ':.-../.-���������'���������   '/" ! .-���������: ';  CiKO. IJVttNl^.  Agent;  f^.j^ t(r*rvii|a.  1 -  J  BARKERVILLE.  MANAGER,      .;-'������������������-        F.   FBRRSTT.  T  O   YALE!  Saturday'Breniag, 0ot 23 PEARSONrs     CARIBOO  Thopcrtoraiincc toCiJUJfrn'BCP with J. T. A)llnjh������uft1������ ,_���������  Comeeybr; EXPRESS  OR, TBS PLOUGHMAN TURaTIP LORD.  ILL  LEAVE   STANLEY FOK  YALJfi  oa  "thousand dollars, give ih������������m a clear titleTa^r ! *tai������a (a Biaker'^ Clerk),  *n* or two years.   DO JUSTIG.B TO PRO^: i V^Ty.mac\      ;     ;     ;  P3CTOKSI    When that is done, no one anf-  011 irinin (vCotta^r)* ���������    '-  jt not be well if   the  representative  tor  this  . -dlstrlot at- Ottawa wduId place himself iii  ��������� communication with the Dominion Government and .suggest the advisability of stal ion-  -I g Mr paweon in Cariboo, where his scien  ^ lie labors might prove of some beneit to the  i'roTlace? -,   *.  '.;,  Accident.���������On Thursday last, while lln������  workmen engaged at the Eleven of England  < ;ompany. Ligh f n ing creek, were li filing tb *  watking beam in order t������ get at the buckft-  rod of tbe pump, tbe wster-wheel went- back.  catch ing the leg of Thomas; Pea ree between  the wheel and the flume, and fracturiug ft  oetween the ankle and the knee. I)r, Chipp  was telecrrapfeed for immediately, ^ud set the?  Injured limb. .The maa was brought over to  tb������ Hospital yesterday.  '} sAviNQ.���������Mr Adam Glendinning, a member of. the Van Winkle "co.. aad an old resident,  leaves for the lower country fay * to-morrow's  Kxpre^B. MrGlendinnihg intends to settle in  . ^-Province, and his friends will wish hina  sneoeis- in His gew field af labor. Mr Daniel  Mills, another old pioneer, also*'leaves bv the  si������me %pre������& to -spend the winter ou the sor.  $hoa?4.  will be my guide, should you sae propar te  lotru������t me with your .confidence, to rekuraUg  m e as yon r rep reseu tati ve.  As for any ch*nga in' the^ Mfatog t^wfti  aa cap ting in that of Crowa -:;Qraata%;;,X de ae<  lihlak it necessary; ; /  Gentlemen, another question,Mall p.mbe>  b 11 i t y e v e n't 11 a 1.1 y t He m oa t iin por t aa V to Br IU %&  Columbia is Farmiijg. / At present the matter  \& simply k^ep the/ country full of minera*  and yon will always have a market. Thia  yon will, do by ...exploring the: eouatry.  aaakiour .trails and ..taking-complete survey^  -Friends lei 1 i������a; that my can se U a for lora  hope. D mny be *o. Only true men. f.������hh-  fnl to their country, would dare make ihe  attempt; Should you. 4 here fo re. think proper  to i & trust, me with the care of your rsteraata.  I shall certainly endeAvor faitrifully and ������i������.  oerely to represent you in tha com in? ;'****-  lament, and work in; concert with Any col  iMgues for the interest of the Province I������  general and Cariboo'in particulae.  Rob!* Rnughhead (a PlrM^hm-'Q),  -   J. ft. Thoeipsoo.  Ur Tithothy Snack*-;'*iti;wJsr- ),     ���������   I. S. Fi.������h r  >lr Fr:tefc (i reduc'-i G-nUomun), -   A. ii. U Davie.  JohM Huf'lsoa.  T. Hanuh'jr:  ������ C. Neiifelder..  (vCoUag������r),       -       -       H. McDcimott.  Dam* Jff-irgery {bin wiii*}(   -   Miss Vailma Julia Ann  FilzsiramoBB (her first appi>aranc������ on any Stuff*.  f o be follow od by  Songs, Recitations, &oa  by the folio w ing Lad lea ami Gf ohtlemea:   /,  MI3S PARKER.VRS KBLXY/J; S. THOMJP"  SON, F. PERReTT,  J;  HUDSON,   T  HARDING, R. P. TOLMIIS, aad several  others:  Saturday/Oct 23.  niaklnsr tho  trip  IK 4 WKKH, ������nd  cot>a^nnt? with  thu .^to.-itie'r if* Victiiria" ������������������r Ho������la t.retk, a ad  City," lor-New wvaiuiiiisifcr.  "  R- tm\  The Election/Cao-ti4at������3.WilI be'veviewed by a prom  loeot Amateur.  Down* Pasbknorrp.���������The following paspen-  crers leave by to-morrow's Express:~~JnAse  iUll and Chief Constable Lindsay, fer Soda  creek; Hon. G. A. Walkem and Mr Davie,  for Clinton ; Mr Adam Glendirining, Mr Dan.  Mills, and Mary Kelly, for Victoria.  Crown Grants���������A large number of Crown  Oraats arrived by to-day's mail.  , ;The .whole la eoncledo with   - .  QQD SAVE THE QUEEN!  by fall Company anil Auliencis. nn ter the  distia-  ,yuifi>������d Con factorship of HON G. A. WALKEM/  ������f^. Doors 6p'������m at 7 o^lock, pcrforraance to com-  peoce, at hali' p.xst T. Price, of AdmiS8ionr $1.- Be4  Served seate, $i 50. Ticketn caa be had aad peats'  soevrad o������ ������|>pll������ittaa to Mr Fisher.  Fare   only   $30! !!  $&r WE HAKE A TRIP EVERY- THREB  WEEKS, dates of departure from Cariboe  will be duly advertised.^g^  >ZZpm*. NO NJGHT TRAVELLINGS-TIME  GUARANTEED.   .  ^OKATffAKNUrr, AgeatV Barkerville;  ������������������HWMOROA}f,-.-A|fOBt, Muiaiiy.  ��������� Augiislll, U76. a������������l  HA.VW& PURCHASED TK������ BUSINESS  and  S'tock-ia TtMg of ��������� Mr. Ifm    B.   Cameron  ii^as uy strict uu<.nio������R 6    hntiiw&a to merit a con-  tina.mcrj of the p������tmaa^Q bestowed on hi* precio-  KOaSE-8HO.EINQ  rind all kind������ of Blacks*?thing, dcae la a workman-  like manner aad at pjasoaahJLe r?*t4������a.  ^ttTkorvi}J������i, Octobers, (##  aimants  3STEW WESTMINSTER DI8TRICT,  NOTICE ^IS HEREBY GIVEN, la-accoTiIa'nae.wlth.  the provisions of this Land AcK 187,4;aliatvtha  following Lands sttuato in tha District or KeW* Westminster have been sabrllrlded by purvey, and the.  map thateor has'been depoaiiad in the offlc*������of H. T.  KamondB, Commlaition*r,Now W;������������tminatef:     .  ������roup 1.  /   Lot23T,   ,'.'[  Group:a* , . 4-i  Lota 29S, 1������&, and 200.  ROBERT BEkftH*  Chlaf Connnsiaaioaer of L&ads aaa Werki'  ALL Persons Indebted xo the Katate ef tbe  lnt������ firm of COHEN k HOFAMAN,  of ��������� Barlc������r-  vilio,'Qaeaualmautb,  and Peace. iHvc*r, ar* rfeu'estea-  to settle the aniouate d������������ by titiem, otherwise legal  proceedings will bo inatitalad for the rceorory #r the  earaa.  H v, , QEORGE BYRNES,  i#ant tor jwdgr*** *  ...   .._  m  Mm  ���������  m  H  i  I  im  Hi  lit  m  m  ���������I  l  m  m  Wm  Wm  ���������  ���������Wm-  m y$y  />\  m  ,f  size  t-  :fii.b������  Sea ph ,  itified  *7o.  iohtjr.  ^IKCAliiBOOSENilNK  SATURDAY; OCT. 23,; -875.  3C  m  ^  Uriel.  nt  0  iji  *  ������������>'������^  !r.  E!  AL/B  r with  Rvr'*l  ������    ������  REB  ���������ibbe.  ���������1MB  lift;  a 21  m  aSaacs  HP  ill  HI  B  .with  .t-.tha  Iffeai-  i tha  i.r.  ���������rti'  "tha  rJc������r-  rsted  J**el  r tbe  li f  ���������     QUESNELMOUTH.  QiieiuelinotiW, Qetaber 22~Profe*8or Se!-  wvu. Director of tbe. Geological Survey  of  'Canada, and Staff, returned here on the 20th  via Gi*coiDb������-l^rtag^v������ft������r;.Miib������pn������ii of  five  mouths.   The party left here tin the 5th  JjiWe with a pacfc train far Mc'Land'* Lake,  trout thence they followed down the Parsnip  liver to Peace river, and down to Pln������ tirer.  Hi- fielwyn made an exploration of that paw;  aud reports having seen ihe finest agricultural  country in British Columbia,   lie has in bis  ; pos3a.<Niou sample's of  {jrai������   raisod   there,  wliich he i Blende exhibiting at the Centennial.  ���������ihe party  will  leave here oii tn> 24th for  Montreal.   Professor Dawson will aoe������ra:mny  t ������e party an lur as -'Victoria, where'.Le wiil: ^  aw til orders.   In alt probaMUWdi^  timid amongst ua  this winter at r.ort.Uuuve-i  TuBshiT. Oct.'i'i.  Queen vs. JOUn* M^hbsr.���������The jiirvib ttiiat  ease, returned a verdict against the defendant *-  but.-',considering the extenuating elrcti.m*',  stances of the Case. reeoBtmehdetf Mm to the  clemency of thejeourt,  Ti?^ Judge said that the Jaw would be sufficiently vindicated by; the infliction of the  nil allest penalty. He would, ti er.'f'ore. mulct  tbe deioudaot lu the sum of $1 and costs.  Thk ExkcijtoB of Lath Da, RkiX y< John  W. Wii,sox.T*Tbis carte wasapp^elcd from iKe  Couoty Cotiii 6u .points* of law. A'tdmey--  General Walkeaa. assisted by Mr Park, for  appellant; Mr Davie, ft r respondent.  The Court after listening to tbe lirpnmeulp  advanced by. both parlies, rendered the following jndgme it:    '  , This was tin ajjpeal upon a case stated from  th' Couoty Court to. the Supreme Court. The  .���������acts were us follower-George Byrn^a. as  execut- ro1 Thonas BeP,drce.- sod sited John  VV. Wil o- fo -������125.'due /������������������ the late \)r. Bejl'  < for a jour .ry, nedteal  atte idance. *e.rvic< b  .ie  at ni iheplaintiff, or to give judgment f������������.r the  defendant; and lit'either c s-������ where the de-  lendiint shall appear and bhtli not admit the  demand, to awat'd to the deSendant. by way  id. ensta and ttutisfsctlon f r his trouble1 and  attendance; fucIi Him as the Judge in his ufcA  crerion shall thinkfii, arid *och st hi shall be  r*c>verao!e .{r-m the pbiintitf.by such ways  Now- domes the difficult question, how oinofr  gold was taken out oi thai ground by tber  Ontario Company? v  Th**'t)niiirio Company whilst working thV  Cora ground in conjmiction 'with their own  up s'ream, took out 1^9;0/.-$2,704. Eatfc  ai h tin ir that eric third of that, came from the  ground up ������t ream, mid nilowiax .0401) prop or*  and metitu* as ������ity deb t of da mage, ord ered i o ������ kmi m ������i a oi ki% ex pensea, a tia 1 a nee reinains  be paid by tlie same Cou-t cap he recovered ; j of $1,403;' bui:a* it is trnpo-erihle ��������� accurately  I r ivided always.that if the plaintiff shall'.noi- .t.������������;estima>'e the amount takenTrain the Cora  at'pear when called upon, and ihe defendant jgrotnd. Jrt consequence of bo&*ground*  ��������� r anirt.e one duly authorised oft his 1 e :'aff> | heiiist worked -at'i tha Fame time. I prefer to  >h������H appear, aud admit the c'auae Of ticiiun:base tny estitoates'On the figures and washed-  to.the lull anioniit claimed;>rid p.-iy the fe* s  payable in the drsi Instanee by ;,he*ph i-j'iiff  the Court, if it shall: ihink fit, may pr >ceud. o  give  jud^meut  as if * the .uluiuuff hud  appeared:";-;.;    ' A';   - .;, : '; '-'.;:-.  It was ably; argued by counsel en both  sides���������by the Atiprney-GenerMl on one side.'  that the recommendation of t\e u;.y wa r.o't  pHit of a verdict, and the Ju.dae had no; dis-  creiion under -the Act.'to jjive.effect to it. . IW  .Mr Oavi*. on -the other, side   tint the-worh*  u p I u r n i shed me, by - the e. v ide t ice of thV'^ )or *' *  Ct mpany, as the gtnurid of'tbe Cofa.*' etaim  .  a j t p oa red - tu g i o w r: cher' aa the I i nas ��������� of ttio .  t_t-'espuaa were api#roaohed., and varied from '���������'/.  !iu oss. to 7 os to the set.   I estimate that tbe ';;  prrotind worked byjh������Ontario, won Id ayerapfe. \  VI oz^.'o tbe'sat (iO-ioet cap)rthorefoie 56;,tt/ !f  v 7 ft. wjiijid jrlve. in Kets���������120 oz ��������� $1,920.-^  Dw'di ct for working expenses, asIV rrcfced l"y  ���������''  f ��������� e ; ?>i ��������� (. r ������s i a ry,  $ 100, I ea v t i ig ���������a >. b'a i a o ca ot :  Sl.32!) 5 which b dance.���������y/tfi$1.320^Iaward *  i������f S'-c. 7f>, A hill not make proof ot :h|? de-jto be paid t������> the Gkiyh'Cutupaiiy by tb������ On������������  Air Selwyo on.his return met Messrs. M. P.  and George Elmore, also Mrs Elmore.   Tbey  were In good health, and had a large quantity  ���������of furs an band, but would aat be able to get  them out until the spring.  UNITED STATES.  Indianapolis, Oct. 13 -Joseph MeCarty, of  West Virginia, was robbed of $15,000 last  nigrht'while standing op a platform of the  I. B and W. R. R.. as the train, was leaving  the depot, by three men who jumped on the  'train. ,-..'/  New York, ISth���������The annual report for  the year ending' June"SO'th, 1875. presented  to the stockholders of the Western Union  Telegraph, shows the gross receipt*, except  proceeds of bnnda,. to be $9,564,573 ; gross  rxpeuses; $6,335 411; net profits, $3,229,159  ..   EUROPE.  Tendon. October  lS--At  the'Stock Ex-  ������eha-ijre today the failure was  announced   of  II try Straehaa; stock and share broker,���������  Uibiiiiie* a������id to be heavy.   .    ���������-'-  .'������i-������tlatone has assured his family tha-t he  VIll, n-*yer ���������'������*'!in* the Liberal leadership.  . it ia ths general opinion of. the Stock Exchange that B������uk rates will be advanced to-  ���������Vs-Vt'tow;:; Bullion- withdrawn from the Bank  <������������ Valarice te day ������32.000,     .  ;   London, Oct. 13���������Private telegrams from  ^.8a������aifii,������i.--tb day.aay British negotiations are  progressing favotably.  London,   13th--The .match  rnee  between  quest.  mand to the;sali?faction  ������>f ihe Court;" referred tuft caae. where  the piain?.ttF has not  On beiunapplied to for the money dnritip  oi.vle out the demand  before the defence  Dr. Bell's life,  be gave a somewhat e as ve CJtnuience'di���������where, in fact* the'pu������Jn iff ap-  answer.  To a similar demand after hisriiVnth, | oeared in Court, and. when heelo*ed tuectis-,  ^Wilaon in imated that he had paid  enou, h ! h ������d not made it. out io the 'satisfaction of  i\i*  but declined to';state how much;   The exec. ��������� Court.   That in UjIm case, the demand w*p  c 1 ������vt r ly m i d e o 111, and t h e refo re  ca ine .w j t hi p  bedUcretboKgiven to.the Jnd^o ,uy S������'C. 88.  Court Jndjre at   Richfie d,. Wilsm testified j richer Vy.an:S'jo. 79,   Ijiit/loiikingAt.l^e.i'sie.ni-  clearly.tvat he had paid. f>r. Bell SlOtl,'. arid | i*ral spirit if  the County Court Act, and. of)  that the atitount wan sa'hfied. /       -���������       j ihn peetions.of I hin Act construed -'-together.'  Tb ti J a ry t e t u r n ed a v e til i ci f o r th e d e f ���������������' n d ��������� i a n u li ii V i i������g' r efe' r red"', to 11 ve %t e ti\\ rul p ra.c'? ce  ant, with a rertonmeuduiipn trout the jury | of tlie common law side of the -County. Court.  that tbe defendant pi������y  all  the  cokfs. ������������t   the  althouirh desirous ol supporting th������de(-iv.i������������np  tor, as ii duty bound, sued  Wil Hon fur the  amount,    At the benrinsr before . the ���������-/������������������iitiiy.-  Court,���������an.'���������������������������xriresklnn whi\^h in "answer  to a  special qiu-sdon -from -tlie;'.-.Jridge-; ������hey ex  plained to m������������ati ���������"��������� alil.be costs:'-  ;  T^ie (Jounl.y Court Judtre.thetv iipon entered  the fbil������iwirie"vdeci������ibv������n: ** Ii is in* re by ordered.  in accord������������live wiih  the rectiinnieudaf-ii������ii..ol  the   Jury,   thur.ilie defc'iidaui do pay.ult the  cos ta o f . s'. > i.���������'.' l b't* t:e by leaving trie res p o ti ���������������!��������� | h i m  bility of ihe .decision entiie.ly od the recom        Had  mendati'ui ol the Jury.  The iieieiitiarit appealed  to  the Supreme  Court noon a-qi'iesiion������������������-'"'���������  1st. Wh ��������� h r. *'hen.fch  Jut 7  a verdict for the rjefeouant, the Jatlfje lecai y  had the p^Wer to charge hire with all tin*  costs upon iherecpmujeridaupii/ol. tlie Jury ?  .'2nd. Whether, jfi.he had puch .poweri could  he legally-mulct the defendant in the costs of  Suit, when Ihe reourd of the verdict sought to  impose on htiri only the cosit; ot Court, a'j  mnch smaller stim. I  Takinir the sec������oid h ranch of  ihe q neat ion j  of nU Conrta..aod.Jnrie8, wheni..)ji iiceora>nce"  with Taw. I cantiet but consider; the distinc-  tion drawn as loo fla������>  I consider that in tbii particular c*������e the  County Court Jndpe had not the' discretionary power of -ense'rinj? a verdict for tbe d#������^-  fopdant, aad'yet charging'all vbe-cui'ia against-.  ��������� he; Jury  wished   io  giv*;.the "costs  a������a5n*t hitn.tbevvjeriu.ld bave readily dona so  iri iiiiotber'way.  I.-tbnrefore,-p'-ha compelled.to give jndir-  hud--^reinrned  merit on the fi ^t branch of the question, iin-  ari������������ Company, for the, trespass on the.f^*'\  .cruund,ioi5f������ther wHi all costs of survey irli  ne\>es. I avry ers. and a rb'i I r. torJs fees,:   .v-  wnoie to be paid, within one week- from tbe  date qfthis award. . . , ;   ������������������   Ay'-AyX  ���������' And as the Ontario Campany by their trea-,  pass has. weakened thw*hJock of ground ��������� In-  tended.tobe le.tt lor a.tinie as a bulkhead'by  t h s Co ra Co tn Sany, by 7 feet, i t shal 1: be in*'  etimberit.rippu Ihe Ontario Company to keep;  Mu-ir, pumpfl--going' until the Cora Company.  hav������������ connecled their present workswith..tbeir  ahecPstuiit arid; ifsbail be incumbent on tho;  Ih i.r a Co m pa n y I o p msec ii t o tb u t wo i k  w. i ta  alltUte.Uilicence.    . -.   .   . ;-; ������, .'.:   :.  A'  '[ ������������������ (Signed)    . II. M: BATT,.,  "i ��������� ���������/���������. ..-* .'���������' .; . .   Avbi At'ir.'-  Richfield, Sept. 9th; 1875: '' ' i'.'A, 'Ay\  aV.wlattlerandGaUouin.for ������10U0. was tun ������rse. I am of opinion that the exolanauMn ol  to-day at NewM-rket, and won by Uailopln. MJe Jury to the Jodge before makn- the or  . Paris 13th -L Universe says 400 Cariists  who. "entered France havo been quartered at  Turbes. The Moniteur sayn Government has  decided it as not emit lad to direct intervention tn Turkish affaira, y������t It wilt raise the  qnesiion of guar^atee of loans through dlplo-  raaila ageats.  -  -a���������<������>"-���������-  -.    SUPREME COURT.  [Before His Honor Justice Crkask.]  Monday, Oct. 18. 1875.  The Court met at 11 o'clock.   After tbe  reading of Her Majesty's cofflmission, the  Registrar, Mr J*ooley, proceeded to empaoael  the Grand Jury.  \Ttie Judge-congratulated the' Grand Jary  on tha absence from the calendar of -any  ���������criminal case. In the course of his remarks,  be obaervad they had otberdutlesto perform,  aach as tke abatement of public nuisances,  the suppression of anything tending to the  corruption of the public morals, tbe Inspection of the Jail, Ceart House, Hospital, &e.  The Grand Jury retired, and the following  civil eaae was called :  The Exicotob op Dr. Brll vs J. W. Wn,-  son*.���������This was a ease on appeal from the  Ceunty Court on a question of law. Attorney General Walketa, assisted by Mr Park.  for appellant. Mr Pevie for respondent Tha  Court, after hearing -argil meatson both sides,  reserved its decision till to-morrow*  ^Wm. Forrest vs. Kurtz & Lane Cariboo  Mining Co. -Suit to compel payment of the  sum of $900 awing to plaintiff on a due bill  drawn in his farer by th������ agent of the company in July, 1874. Mr Davie appeared for  Plaintiff. The defendants were unrepresented.  J he plaintir\called a .special Jury, before  whom his claim was clearly established. The  jury returned a verdict for the full amount,  with interest at the rat������ of li per cent, from  1st June, 187������, the date of service of summons.  The Grand Jr������ry returned before the rising  of the Court, and  presented an indictment  against John Mahras, of Staaley, for nuisance  in allowing  ^     fl  P  der for t!������is������p mi entering ������he verdict, 'makes  it sufficient iv ci������*ar th;������l. bv cns&i-ol C%������nrl ibey  really meant all the costs of suit. .  The onlv reasonable conjecture it Is possible to make as to tbeir reason for ^jviitg the  decision one way aud the costs . entire Iv the  opposite wity U. possibly, that tney considered that bad ibe defend ari l told the executor  what he su clearly testified in Conn, che ������c  tion need never-have been br^ughT. But that  der the case stated, in favor of the appellant.  IsHsmucb.' however, as the plain tiff was act-  ine ' wxtbin the'{ scope of his . plain dutyip  bringing the ��������� abti������*n:���������alhd '��������� this biineniirelv  n >w ca^e, I iidji;dj;e each* party to pay bis  own costs ot appeal.   ���������  Card to tlie Public.  Tuw  Court.���������His honor.. Juaiice*'Creese;  lefr. ler-.Qttesueimuu'tn on Tbursday morning.  La y i ng O v k it o p Cii it ws .'���������tbe usual n o ti ce  from- tbe Gold Commissioner appears ia to-r.  day's issue.-: - .   , > ��������� ;* .".        *  BKRR;t;M?r. September. X8(>9.���������Gentlemen,  X f ee hi t a d ti ty 1 o we to ���������; y ou t o ex press my  gratitude for the great benefit I have derived:  by taking .' NprtonyCamomile Fills.J ; I 'ap-  piie������l to your agent'  Mr Belj,; 'Berkf.ler^ for  I h e ab 6ve-na med Pi I Is. tor wind in the s������ om -  acti, from wh'ch I suffered excruciating pain  for.a length  of time,  having* tried  nearly  every remedy prescribed, but without deri?-.;;  inn   any benefit at all.    After taking two  bottles.. of your valuable Pills, I wop quite  restored tp my usual state-of bealih." Pleaa������  In  order io correct certain erronAoua.im- jifire-this pnblicily for the benefit of those  es'-.iona. we! the imdersijraee. inembets tf;��������� avJio  may be, thus afflicted.���������I am. sir. truly  pres  the CORA COMPANY, deem if but Just that  the hward in:the late arbiiMtian matter he-  fwe'ew- the ONTA'KJO arid CORA COM--  P iNISS. which speaks for il&e;f, be made  known to the public.  C. HOUSi.  T. B  NASOX.  ��������� J. BOWRON.  yotirta, IlKNttT Alt.fass.~To taa Propria%ora  by Monrox's CamomiTiV Piu&A9  n���������mw*  ���������'       -C? :  /:  y  '/.  if/  is merely u cunjeciural  inlereuce  froju   tbej AW-A lit)  evidence refer eil I a un appeal. i .' *  ������ Tbe sectoui pot tiiui of t'tte question must be j     As the Arbitratjeii Bond mentions that all  given in favor of the respondent. differences -between  the Cora and  Ontarv  With regard to lhe..fir������t branch of the qnes | Companies sl-ould be sett led definitelybyy- e  tion, as to the power and  discretiou ol  the! arid as a question arose..as to tke cooc^ssi..:j  Judge under the County Court Acts to carry c������f ihe three feet to the Ontario Company  out such a recommendation of the Jury, the  (being half of the" 6 feet disputed aft-r the  case is not so clear. '       jaurveyqf the  19th July, 1875.) I  think  it,  i The order of the County Court throws oil would be advisable that I should decide that  From 6 to 129 cents per  FLOUR. ���������  BUTTEK,  ���������   $8 opt 100 lbs.  -   6tt cents per lb  AND ALt KINDS OF  the responsibility of the decision on ibe Jury.  expressly stating that it is made ,l in accord  ance with," which nuy be fairly translated  "in consequence of?? tbeir re'oointneriduiioh,  leaving th������ effect of it to be tested on a case  stated and signed by the County Court Judge  before the big! er Court,  Tbe determination of the point depends on  the const uction to be given to Section 88 and  79 of. Vie. 0 and 10, c. !)">, and the general  spirit of that and the other County Court  Acts, and the ordinary practice of the common law side of the County Court.  The general ..Intention of the   Act i������ indi  oated by the la iter portion of See. 8.8; that in  default of any special ins ruc'.ious tbe costs  should abide the tvrfnt.-  Seo. S8 provides that t ie costs of any action  or proceeding..not otukrwisk PROvinisu fou  by the'above Act, shall be ttaid by ,or app������ r  tinned between the parties as tlie Judge shall  think fit, Ac.  In looking'through the Act to see how far  the discretion of the Judge ha* b eu limited  a* to costs by the previous sections, we are  met by Sec. 79, which states "That if upon  the day of the return of any pummons, or at  any continuation or adjournment, of. the said  Colt rt, or ot the cause for which the said summons shall have been issued, the plaintiff  shall not appear, the causa shall be struck  tbe compromise then made between tbe two  Companies should remain valid.  Tits next  point for me to determine is the j ������>*,  number of-let* ibal tbe Ontario Company bits  trespassed on the Cora lines.  A survey was made by Mr Travail 1 at o( the  Ontario lines. July 19ib," which proved to be  inaccurate. In September. Mr Evans surveyed tb* lines of (he Ontario Company, and  found that 7 laet $ inches to G fee'. 3 inches  had been encroached upon the-Cora-lines' by  the Ontario Company.  Mr Travaillot surveyed wi h tbe notes of  Evans, and makes a rliffereic* of 10 inches  (iltheugb By ana says that both surveys tallied]  fc A m inch), and on a further survey with his  own inst rn merits makes a difference of 1 ft.  10^ inches from Evans* survey.  A third survey made by compass by the  Ontario Com pany, gi ves a d iffere nce of d  i 11 elves fri -iaTrn. vai 1 lo t a.e urvey in ia for of  the Cora Company..  rn the absence ef a third survey by a practical su i vey iit, as a reler.ee, and taking.inio  0onsiderai!-ui. the inaccuracy of Travail lot's  fii st.��������� survey. J. must cou>ider tbe ;survey 6f  Kvans to he the correct- one- viz., 7 (eel 3 in.  and t> tt. S in.���������and in order t.������ facilitate the  estimate ol damages according, to .ground  worked out by sets. I decide that a trespass  on the Cora lines has been committed nd" 7  the acknowledged breadth  of  ^Yeetabl  .    SAM-  B vrkerrille.  out;  and if lie shall appear, but shall m*ko ft. x 50 Wet  1 allowing bis bo������n to ������������������ Si iarg������"*8"(ie [proof of Ms demand to tb������ aulisfMtioo of the tha bv^vt .w������ik������d,pMj btw tb������; Ontario 0n������-  ubJic "ligiiBv-ajr.    ������������������ '     ���������   ���������-     (Jottrt. it ������ball W lawful for thn .ludjp. to mon- p������n.j,  0^5  TERMINUS   STORE,  Quesnelmouth, B.C.,  W ti������, & nhcro &ra atlll plenty of ihe h<������Bt braa'S at  Briiiah Columbia  FLOUR-,  LILLOOET BBA.NS of .1873,   '  And other Farm Produce,at -VJBBY LOW BATES vl  Also, a general a BSorimest a^  GROCERIES,  DRY   GOODS, v  BOOTS   &   SHOES,  HARDWARE and DRUGS..  #2T" Commission, Storage &nd Forwarding baaiaeae  ���������kue at reasoa&bk r^ites.. ' ���������������'  my3   m ;   J#.S. >REJP.  A WHITS! 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QuicicNo Uefe rider of the -Faith, &c.
To all; to whomtbese present* ssall oom��*r-
";���'"-���''' yy":GRkt<,TiiiQ. ���.;*-/;//./        *'ZZ\
. -'-N/A  PROCLAMATION,   '"
<���fab.'A.'.-Walkkm/' J WHEREAS, it Is expe-
; Attorney-General. |;; dient to 'change  tbe
"jfMnee/for tbe nomisation of: Candidates for
ISBawtib^ ia the^
^Electoral District of Yale : ��� ���  "
;    NOW'KNOW YE, tbafc by virtue of the
-^atberities contained in the ������������Electi* a Regn-
1 at ion Act 1871;" and the ** Qnalificaiion and
Begiitratiou of Voters Act, 1875." the Lien.
ijer-en' (Sbvernor in Council hereby proclaims
[L.S.J       JOSEPH W. TRUrCH.
yy'yyy Canada!  .-���...-..';..
PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Victoria, by th��* Grace of God ^f t be United
Kiii^dom of Great/Britain aiid Ireland.
QnKkX,; Defender of tbe Faith, &c.t &c, &c.
To all .*o a'hnm thess presents shall come���
Grkutino.
A PROCUMATXb^.
SQko A. Wa^kkm. VPHERKAS, iVnexne-
Attorney Gene'raL ;dient to appoint addi-
lahal Polling Places in the Electoral District
^f Cariboo..and to dweontinue the. place oi
^otniuaaon and Poll at Herrinirs Farmt ii
the Rlectoral District ot New Westminstor.
;ind another pUce to sitpoint in lien tberec��f
NOW KSOW YR. that by virtue of tin
inthorities contained in the m Election Regn
iHtion Act, 1873," and the M Quoiification ant?
Registration of V(>terH, Act. 3875,v tha F,ieu-
tenant-Governor in C'��nocil hereby proclaim*,
that additional Pollinp; Places sh����ll b�� estab*
lished. in  the ^ectornl  District of Cariboo.
:yyfj; ���;Ai the hoCt��>* of R of:��ut MoF<kkbk , Sod a
Creelc. in ihe Williams L?ike^Polling Division
and;at the hnuaenf A. D. M(;lM\ios;at Ajex'tn-
dria^; in the Ktrithley Creek Pol Hhgf Division
That (he plac�� of Komi nation ��f Candidates, an d t he PMI i ii s PI ace here tb fore a p ���
pointed to be ol Herrinjj's Farm, ih the PJIhp
?oral; District oof/New .Westminster, shall b*
d'scontinned; and that the/place of Nomino
iion of Candid Me�� for Rlectton to the Legis
lative As<?emhiy and lite PolHtiffPb��ee shalj
in lieii thereof, be at the bO'ise of Rhkkkzkj
Bnow.vvat the North and of the S-mHlun'v
do ad, in the New-Westminstor Pol liner l>tv*W
ion of the Electoral District of New Westmin
���Ateu-AA .  ���-������/       '���' " ���. ���/ ' '���
Ik TKSTmovy yf'nsrkop. We ha ve; e^ user.
:,   these onr Letters, to be rn��de   Pntenf.
and the Public Seal *>f thosaid Proyin^f
to be hereunto afnxred :���'. Wifhe^a. tb*.
Honorable  Joskph Wti.tjamI TRrrrcu
';..- Lieutenant-Governor ;6f onr said Pro-
vinrebf British Collirnbivin our Hit\
of Victoria. ih onr said Pro vInce. tbi
Tlii r t let K day of An tr nst, i n the. y ea r of
onr Lord One thousand ei^ht, r��nndre^
/    and��� Seventy fiy��, and in the'39th y.ea'i
of our Reign. .    .:.
Bv eommantf,
\fouN Asrr,...:    ' ���;���;..;
Provincial Secret ar v.'
Bajp^Yille B^w%ff^
PiiOPBIETO^it
vitish C"|ati hui, nuiin the pmriew ofj (��TheBrtlwti
oith Amorlcu Act 1367,"-write!l^r top tin. ftr,.cl\���nc,f
ix nri��K't'.'. tl��e nuikius? of ti ItuMroad, T��rn����il<<�� UoaU. or
Tifltfraph Mho tio- c.-nsiructo-u or improvtme ,t :Vn
H:��rlu:r. Ci��n:��t/ I/>��fc. Dam ��-r SU��ic. oryih^r like wnrk'*
���-ni        r**i"i k.��J\    '^r'V^^r     AIa'    th���� prtatiue of a rkhtofForry; tio* Incorporation 4
TilO UOlSOraoGCl   -eV-OwA.   ILL�� |��ny particaltir tratle. orc:ttlt��fr; or .,f nny Ji.i��tstuek
* ��� . ���  lOiuipa* y; orttth^r^lp-Cori;ranor-�� louny in.!lviilu��l
.. /or io-;ivt*!uals :tay rxclucivo or pculiar rjirituor^rtv
'    ��� '".   A     x      i '  ii'u- wi.i A^A^'a i> l**ses whutcver. or;-tor iiorne ��iiv mKiter. <<r thine
Avillb^ manuluctnred and sold>y Whoksala and^ll yyhizlf^ lts 0pcrauo'a wuula alll-ct the viau or mm!.
taiiiu its parity,aud-
PublioJ^otice,
HJlJIiSS relative; to private buls
All ?ipi^i��atlons lor Privrie Uili��, properlv the
t ol* l-..7*��hHea�� -!iv ��l|j* I.i>r^Ifiiir^ UQumi'lvof
���nNeel
Tlie bast Liquors .& Cigar
���^nsuta'tiykepten hand.
Tlie LodgingrDopartment
-.vlll he altravs carefully attasided t*. and the feepi
;3orta. and accomia ma tion ' provided Tor their co'��
���omers . "..'��� dL-lS.
PUBLIC  NOTICE^
ewe a points that the place for the nomination
aA Candidates for Election to the Legislative
Assembly for the Electoral District of Yale, 	
#.hal!'ba st the School House; Cache Creek, jvroTTCE Ifs hbr'ebv oiven that a rM of all p-r
instead of -'at-"Yale, as1 heretofore. ^   sons within the District of Clinton an'i.wuii��m��
In Tesltmony Whereof. We have caused
*'. /these Oiir Letters to be'made Patent, and
i he G reat Sea I o f < )i i r said Pro vi n ce to b ��
'hereunto afSxed : Wittieas, tbe Honorable
josKPii   William   Tkitcu.   Lieuteuauu
'Governor of Our said'Province of British
Cohim biattrrOur Ci ty'of "V i "cmrfer i n 0 i V r
said Province. this .HOth day of Augusf, in
vtbe'iyear of Our Lord, 1875, and in the
- 33th year of Our Keiga.,
By command..    :    .
JOHN ASH, A-yZiy
Provincial Secrerary.
ROAD   TAX
"vrOTICH 19 TIKUKBT GIVEN tiiut a List of all per
il    sons within the
KSITHLEY CREEK POLLING DIVISION
**f the Cariboo District of Barkerville who are liable
*o pay Road Tax for tho yoar I875>has���beea posted ��t
���iiin toilowing places:
Mr Smith's old Storo, Harvey Creek,
���Messrs. Vefth& Co.\s. Keith ley.    ,
^uverumont Office, yorka of Quesae!.
OLIViCK flARE,
Collector.
~Y<a**9 of Quesnel, Jan. 1,187��.
���+���..    ��� ... ��� 1���. ���~- :	
ROAD   TAX.
VOTIOR-IS -H EKEBY HIVES that a List of.all p*��--
��S    sous within the �� .
LILLOOET DIVISION *
v,f the Lillooet !"tf.strict who arc liiblo to pay Road Tas
for ihe year 1875 can be seen at my otSco <Jaily.
JA. W. SMITH. '
Assessor atnl Collector.
Lilksoat, Jan. 9,18TS.
PUBLIC   NOTICE.
-vrOTtCE IS HEEEBY GiFEx^ that a List of all per
J.Y ���-. sons witbia tbe Richfield, Lightning, and Ques-
��� oolmootb Polling Divisions of. the Cariboo District
who are liable toy pay Road Tax for tho year 1875
can he.Bean at the following places:
Court House, Richfield.
Telegraph Office, Van Winkle.
Poet Office, Quesaelinoath.
B��*te*r7��le,-Fab.-��th, \m
JAMSS LINDSAY,
Coilastor.
Lako Division of the ^arllvyo Pi strict who arc Ibbh
-to pay Road Tax for the vcar 1875 has been posted ai
the following places:
Coa r t Hon 3 e, Cl I n ton. ..  ��� -.��������� ��������������������� ������- ~ - -���.-.
MrYenr.o$', fioda Crtofc.
Post Office, 160 Mile Hoase.
Post OiKcc. Dog Creek.
_ ��� ..._,. ��� C. E.jPOPff.     .
Collector.
IM THE COUNTY COURT OF RRTTISH
COLUMBIA. HOL0BN AT RICH FIELD.
'���IN BANKRUPTCY.
Id'the mattar of DOMISTQCB ERCOLl!i,e
^Bankrupt.
VTOTICK is hereby giroB'that the examiuaticn ol
li the Bankrupt apptilatert to be held hefore tb'u
Court on Friday, the 3.1 day of September, A.D. 1876
lias beea adjourned by the Judge ot tha-'sahl Court U
the next sitting of tho supreme Court, to be hoi den
at Rich field.
Dated the 4th day of.Btpt.^rnbcr, A.D. 1875.
ALEX. K.  H.   DAVIK,
Counsel for the Bank nip*.
ILL
-AT THB��� j
Ik"
KeeB on hand everything
SipaMIMIfi01G.il
���age bo liberally oxtende^ to febc old firm
��^fty ro? ��sk ^��vd        njy^ie e��a
: :';'-Frahfc
lINirXTDOpFlioTJCTICOFFiCE
fNVITSS YOU TO CALL; AND SEE BUr\
L.nnd '.ffAt'aa tn nch c����r.ifort for the inn����r ��vm   f
uv oth<*r i��*p can provide for/the aamo anaoaci -{
���t.ish ici the sitapo wi       . ...
; yvssk ipas im^^y
OF THIS BKST QUALITY.
pr����ji
rrty of other pirtiof. nrrelato t.o nny particular ehsa
of the oonimnnity; <��r (����r making any utA'-norbt'iti Ufa
,'!R��; nature to any form er act. >nu t i require a Notice
���lenrly 'air! distinctly sp��'Cifyjnjf tho ua thro mid object
f tlu* amplication, to be ptlldi^bnd t\�� follow^j viz.:
A Kf,ti do inserted In tl"*. Rritish C-lnmbh Qu7.iit'y
tnd tn'on*  mu>|)Mp-'r.ptihitfd:ed In, the dlvtrtot ttf.
cctoc'. ut if there bv :jo a-Av'spaper pub.hshei! tl��"r in
lieu in a ue\vj*p*ip- r tri tin* next u.'an'Mi rll.^irtci io
vhich a U'-w.-pao-r tn tMJb]i��*l��o.i,, /   -; :
Su cl i u ot i ce. Hi hi II hv xr.tfi rfj'tTeitTfh "'Ar*) a*i ��?��> of
���perlo-i ofat l.��nj��t*\x/wre^ka. "U'rinff tlte interrul/ir
hii** 1)ei\v"n<;n the cjos��.�� of the n .\t prvess- iua$v&$'v>h
xnl[Y.t' v,t>i\<\>Wr<i\i'V of lib' p'*<i'ion.   ...:,������
Bi-f"��r<* fpy .!'������!iiicn prttyititf fi.t l^avo to brhi<
ina Ifnvatr. BUI forth" ��;r��cti- n of a Tnir tfridt^ ,.
')reKeute��'l to tli** Ho'u?e. l'V<* ?v"*r>��'in or pf,r<on^ iiifMil
ug;top.*tjrii..niV��rst:cl! l>illt����i;>i)|. nj>..'n, giving ti'��iui>.
'.ice pn^erilo"' in the ppo''V\fna-Uiil'%also ,ii thr-��t��frnd
inn\ and in thes-Mn^manft'. r./ivi'D4jiiC'> of th ��� r--.t��;s
vhiclt tliey intvud to a,-?:-, i.lii* <>xrenl' ol the pnvilrr,
.helieu'lit ofibe nrt;K��% iUV Imvival. h7tw��1',.a tlio
i h u tin an %* **r ni tv*. U>r \ i o- pa *?;��� irt *������ ia( us or vt-aiels,
md !Tivntlon!n^ also wtuahrr they uiuiiw io. i ret a
l row bridge or not, aitu~tiio '��nrr��mP!n��* ���-u** *!��r saute.
) . .:- ,,'.������.   -s. .   ..T.. nnWlAND'JlKtT,     ':  '
' ' ,.    '., :'.L     Ch'Hc'of lite L-Ki>l.uiv.;'A-ft'iiildy.
N;B;~-fo'. fill hp the time, 1  will att"nd i>' th��
; TAILQPJNG   BUSINESS.
\nd SEWISO MACHINE work "t every.desrrintho
vill bo done ai' the1-shortoat notice al rei��i*o��ntiI
���ji��'arg<'S.-. .  .      -
no7 FRANK PRRlfKTT.
��� .. ANTELOPE'
Restaurant & Saloon
j.��.��
HjL% isx.Pi
i^arirerviue,
ImpoxtMT and tJa-.i!i;r in ;
3-RaCERIE3; 2
:    LIQUORS,   &
EATAiTA CIQ-AR3.
���   TOBACCO.
ai
SC
\��
HKO TO A N N fftitiC E TH ATT a a Y H A TE U EM<> VI
1.1��� the sp icnm.- promiuva farraerly k uovt n ��������� a il
b. Got.rpo ribbon, where th��*y wilibcaiaUitai��.
p eparcoio'oruish
BOARD     AND    "MEALS'
OF   THE   BEST    QUA Lit|.ifv
f:��p   R.\R I? fnrniahed with   ho 0t��t WlWEs
jIQL'Or^alDdCibAftS.;
Board,  -   $1B "par Tfeek,
��17 6ie   *
F.CEBEST?a SALOON
[f.ATE LiPSETTS,]
BARKERVILLE,   B-C.
VXTM. FOURKST begs to inform his frteud*
ly     and tlie pnhltc thai he has purchased the 6ii
loon   in  IMrkervillo  so  well  known   as   Lipsctt'F
Saloon, where he will dispense tor an cqniyaleat
The best Liquors & Cigars,
je26
��� m'wn ������w
number !
?
-i
MEA.CH'AM  &.  MASOW
KB prepared to fnrntah.Lumhor at t&clf ffltlfifl,
Wi Ilium Creek, or deliver it to order.
LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING
CREEK.
^Haviaga Planing Machiae in op��rul3��fc &aj 9'1
ilso furnish
?.
BARKERVILLE,
Auctioneer, Commission
and Mining Agent,
vftftmt for riONJSER  M1LL6   tXIUA
t^LOUU.. .. ���; . ; .. yy  -
/ fill I ���as��orl��J. ��'''Ck ����t LA :K:   iU��Bf>VSi
ic, &o.. f��r r^iilink atVJ G'��d* ��-.ui ��� ..
F. Neniekler.& Co,
(ROYAL JJuTKL.BLlLniM;.)
VHARF 3S7RLLT,    VICTGRIA,
p6aa'22?ission Mei-chants
andvlmpor-ters -..
OF .
GOODS.
BOI..B AGENT.-5 Foil
STRAUSS'.&CO/S
Patent  Clothing.
N.R.���Thi��Pat^ut is gecurerl for the United
States, Canada, Knglanrt and Gennauy.
aplO
(Twelre Xliles from Viotoria,)
"   SOUTH SAANICH, fit,
/1ARIBOOITES VISITING THE Sea Coast
\J will find tbe Mount Newton Hotel one el the most
pleasant resting-places en the I*htbd.
Tlio House is handsomely furoisned, the Beds ftrst-
class, and the Bur is well stocke��l witli choice Wines,
Liquors and Cigars.   . .  > ���
wJUUN-HENDGRSKiV.
Proprietor.
THE^FOLLOWING
18 AN*
C
Ut^-Gootis received and stored in FIRE-PROOF
CELLAR and liberal advances matfeon same, at
easonahle r&v&o- ���      . .   mfv
dated 15th May, 18T2, from nn old inltal)i<
tant of Homings ham, near Warminster,
Wilts t
\f- fort
*' I must also beg to say that your Pills /J"9
an excellent medicine for me, aud I certainly
do enjoy good health, sound sleep, aad a
good appetite.   This is owing to taking your
-Pills,   i am"78 years old.
-���Remaining, Gentlemen, yours very r��'
speeilully,. tL- s*^
To fcb$ Proprietors of
'���' i\
I
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