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'" ,"4.th/'+-1 :��������� -..onemonth,;iyi',^.;.. . -;;-,;���������.,, j//.:  t *  Agents for^the^'Caribbb Seritinel.V/  ; Van"' Wnincl^^fJ-'f >���������;''  ; /���������! i'<) A ,T>.; IfcTnii^/  /Barnafd* s Rxprow  ���������: *Qnv������snelmouthK   ^ ���������'���������-,;''^-> Sf-  '���������pArtfi Crock,   ���������'���������   s ���������.-''��������������� - *���������  Ttinton,   -     -     >'    -i    ���������'.,   Bamard'e Express  "Tl]*/'    ' .; :':'i:.-/."^"-���������'���������>���������*V- '*���������-   ^ ���������? "i!o/'> y -' '"'Aft' '���������    '  V*w WMtirttniter^'".   ���������'''  -''' \-r ''John Sfnnay''1  *Vlc('>fH'/ -:,":' --; ��������� ^' - - "���������'��������� *w - '' -���������'' ' Mr'Wotister.f*  j ii p_.-jri.iterj   '. '> '������.> ���������: ���������   ��������� .     -.,  % ^n'Frnn������i?co  'B^anAiCo., -   -*1-   '-���������. -li '*"'ftrtytr'FMnr*l5������������*o  .���������G "fitroot, '"   -     '-/   -, ,  SOCoraMn, Lpridon|,K.C.  jon Saturday, moraing? '^Lossv over $5000f no  linsuraiice:...^ ",; -v" - SZ/rZ*- ''''2ZZ- '���������'���������'���������-/������������������'  !   HrM.v sloop Retereto^arrived yesterdayf ^  'daysiirifier sail from ��������� Antifbgasti'^oliviaf^  L The (GrovernbVGeneriil-lra^sii^  :raiit;.fb^tWfeke������itibn-5^  dieted of thevmprder atDathan at Nannicflov  antf the "day-,'ib^cxectttiqn-:.wii r be fixed by the  !Lieutehiiht-Gbverr/or pf .this Pfoy,iace.,. v vw.. ���������:  /"New "Westminster, J)cJpber;ll^Tha Onward . from 3$i<������!aSrv^3|at:%$M., to day,  bringing the Governor andafewpassengers.  The remaining cases of small-pox are doing  'Well- No^btbers reported^ ^Weather finOiand^  clear;' .���������....-^/;..-.   .^,  . UNITED :STATEK-.-"'''r/R   .  rii if; cariboo sentinel  *CJord? i^to^ ������xq - Z^iffiK* n4J^r,r������Q^r^m^s fbr  F3seen ted wi th ne������ tne;p|infd^ ispatc  T^rms moderate.  rj-rr-fVsr^frJ^  WRDNESDA^. OCTOBER j 16.^.'.^  ���������    /^Tjfes^ELMOjjm. yy-   2. /^  "���������Qttwnelmouth, pctobert y^JSam.:1 Addler  m<\ 8ever>l'.^hf^^OTrjSi8',-l5y" /canoe from.  'f5tewart's Lalce., On the way down they pros-'  ���������pected 'on Cauyan ^reek; ahd their impression ���������  li that pood 'digging^ wil^1 be found there.  TTbe town]isj gSinJ? ^*SS:^Pro5R#ict^Q*r P������rty  to' work in tbnTtrsec'tron; $251) h������Vi already  %een/siibscr.ibed toward��������� that object; -r^y  George Beixiand Jbhn^Bry&n are jiist in by  -trnii.. /^:.y y.2^- j/yy- iy ;....,'���������':'.  ���������G^ofge;/6^orii|w^twib bpatsji^ent down  ?the river yeMerday morning.  ^Weather cold but fine* c/ "-������������������:.���������  ^  y ''"2- . ^^yyZZAi&yzz: yyyyy  Yale. October 11���������Polls dedarad to-day by  Mr QjReilly,, retu,TO  ran follows :^i^neyV<CS Miti������ 1$, iv 5  Tales /Serti'l^���������Twenty tona^freighl arrived  here perOuward.yeste^  nard?s express"_ ta'tiif^ -left /teia^mbrning at 6  ���������o'clock, with eastern mails, express, and fol-  3oWing /1>aBsehgers!: iColbntil;C.C:Lane,Ifor  Barkerville}. MarcusSmith, 150 mile house ;  Mrs Seegers,/Kamloopsf John,,Saul,,Cache  ���������Creek, ^Miss jOa^f^eistec/Iiyttph."; / \ \'j  The Lane & Kuf ts Conipahy V boiler and  inachinery was shipped on ������aturday by SaiiPs  tuilfteam>'drivenib^' Thomas Saul/'/ yt:���������'���������/��������� Z  ' The ticGiriley Vadety'NuiaSucVga^o tbe!r  flrst performance of the seasoa here this evening.- ' ''��������� ," ���������.������������������/:, ��������� ; y. v  Victoria:   Victoria, October 11-r-The steamer Princs  Alfred arrived at noon yesterday. She goes  to Nanaimo fbr coal;-,/.: /,*.���������}    /;.   ;"/.;���������  The, first Exhibition of the Provincial Agri-  en HnrarandHorticnltural Society was held  ye.8ietday,;and ^ras animinsnse.auccess. Today a number of races take place at Beacon  Hill track,.. _..__.. J..rl,jJ;���������_������������������^_.  At the Firemen's eiectiouWm. Lopez "was  elected^Cbie^Engineer: and-3Py'..M. Saunders  1st Assistant for ensuing, terra* t /���������  It is., said that instruction ate daily ..e^-  pected from Canada to commence dredging  Victoria harbor, . ;     --j;-  During the past three we^ks gold bsa been  offered; for sale to the Pu get SpuM Cbmpatiy  by threW different Indlansi onept theni having  some ten ounces. The gold.was Hue. and they  stated that tbey found it in the mountains east  of Seattle, but reiuse to state where.  New/York. October.^  patcfi saysi the\pubiicati6ntof. tbo ponderous  judgment of the Geneva -arbitrators has had  tbe effect of c^atingf&e-bellet^afc^hewAr^  wasfwgrantlyijifnjust'to^  guage-of ,the ;Lord Chief, Justice is^er^8^;  vere, arid^e is^ltke^ndigna^^ th^'fcttsfc  a nd ^medcah^overnuien ts. A/London seo.tt  respondent sa/s/also ;i!iat:th^^orV^e^A^  bama adiudicationis studied the better it/'is  understood.     ;  .   ,., ;E������ . . ^^x**  1 Washingtoh;'October.!O^The Mnouncer  ment of the death of ex-Secretary Seward was'  rispeiyed' wi th regret ;iiij al 1 qua)^eri v ^e:||  partt&sfutaiv buildings"were draped in mourn^  rng in respect to memory bf deceasedif   *  '-NNew^Ydr"k,^Oct:-:l^  .burned t to ^ death * in 'the (Elizabeth street-fire  ] yesterda^^ He i^Tep>rtea^to ^e^atfptalfarf  nobleman,, banished for political reasons and  livingsunder an assumed name.-,-'   y-   '  y y.Z - 22y SyLmfmB  Londonf October 10-4S0veralK 'speeches  made/by leading metobers of Parliament at  public meetings^everely condemn tbe. course  pursue^ by' the 'Government on ihe ^laSama  question."'' l '*���������   A     -���������������������������',���������., - (.^*.,^  ;Th������'Sultao hajscontor^  manr onl the ^ ran'o^  It isestiniated^hat three jnil^ons of in|iati;������  itaVts have-^dftVmfamine'Hi Persia^/ *'-,'���������";���������  The telegrapli dispatches::A'orwarded- and  receivctl at'4.fie expense ^f'raevljritish Gov-  .ernment 6n the subject "of/ indirect claims  co'st';$400.0(K).k. y ' ������������������ v : -/.y , .-y, y  ' Paris, October lO^The So!re/'punlishe7s a  sensational repprt this, atternooii that a 15pna-  partist tnovemen t was'' W foofc ���������'and a- coh p  d'etat aU.empted in Paris tp-nigbt, but up, to  thia;hpur!npthihg: ha?JiUp:p;euedc I?;%/ :K/ul 1  It is reported that Prince d������ Joinville: and  Duke d'Aumale mill- resign their seats in the  Assembly.. '������������������/���������_������������������������������������       /���������;' //";"/'/' :'���������".''  Prince Napoieon and [Princess'-plothiigeV  now here, have received- notice? to /leave  Prince^(��������� The Prince replied to the ,agent of  the GoVernnieht' who1 brought the summons  by refusing to a^'uit. liif^^ native^l^n^/a'nd^.der  cl arid g tn a t li e' woul d yield/to force oh ly, and  leave "Fran ce between ��������� two Gens' "dT Arm cs. "'":!',  Parish dctpber 11���������^idni^ht^Prince Napoleon has yielded to the order of the Government and has letfc Paris.-;}/./,/?;/,://,;y$y  A transport sailed, tu is week with 58 more  Communists foe penal colonies.  London, October 11��������� An additional military-arid eons tabu lory force is prderecl:to'Li8*  burn, Ireland,us another Catholic disturbance  is threatened there; 'l  Madrid, October 11-rThe public refuse the  notesof the Bank of Spain ou account of. the  nnmb er o f coun ter fei ts iii circula ti on ,* and  shares of the bank havo fallen 5 per cent, in  consequence. \: , /__      :        't  rec tion bas broken out .amo ng > Hb e troops ; at  Ferrul,.a prbyince of Corunna.. Tbo Government has dispatched troops there, and ���������Bum-  nifiiry measares will he at pnce Mppted to  suppress tberevolt. In tbe Cortosto-day the  existence was announced ofVreyolt of 1500  troops belonging to the 'garriBon.; Some of  the population,have joined the movement. It  was further stated the troops in the fortress  of Ferrai refused to jbinthe insurrOotionists,  an.d are awaiting reinforcements to suppress  tha revolt,  J1-.," '}!$ :���������?'&*!���������' /-i.V ���������-: Jy-l.f <isfji\. ~JA ��������� ~'ks���������? .'v*li'i5'Kt. .������*>������A', 'j%i 'i.j.j ii^Ji.ssi  meht sendingreinforceraent Zby i sea,.; In, the, :,f   ��������� ' *>*������������������ f  Glared their?8ynip^hy^wHKt  j^PariSf October 12^he anmjtlrfc^raehtdast  night that Prince,-Napoleon hadleftPaHsrwas,  'premature.'His Vnctiee,^  bira to leave at noon to-day, but nolnavtng,  implied the^^  tipo"n/by the SecretCryof the^refec^ami two  agentfjiof? the .Government^ with orders to4<ok  ?lp^rthetn.. -TJIte- ^rinc^ thereiii)on l^jAlbe.  jcHy^vMii^the'jl Pnuccsa ^fcl^ilu^y^ntaril^  accompanied bimv|r>;.;C j j \ 22 '^ZZz-Z-y Zyyy.  v London, ,po|6ber 12;^, A-Berlin epecikl: to'  itheT.ele^rajpb'sajs.it;!*;^^  cisipn of ^the Emperor,on the San Juan "b pun-  Id ary/question will be favorable to ifie iUiiitei  States^ j.j .^.^.y:,/   -i. > ;-t - it    ' > ,*>**:/<)  r;:^ne;Cz^oyi^:;and'Pr%  ;gbne;to Vienna^ ^  iFifncjsVjdsaii'C^  ! t?-.]^ddiM?^pctober..tl3.^A^--io^  ifr^QmXerrpl.^epo^  out, alt)i(^ghibadl^4?moraliK^  ^provided w i th* Smmu nttTon STbe/Red :Kepub-  hpanflagt is flying.from the masts Of the-gun*  ,b bats.and* oVer "the, pal ices seized hy.them---  .Troops will arrive he fore" the city fehior|,pw,  ^and cptabine with tfie garrison in^/aaj attack  W the rebels witliput delay,j- fhVcitjzens  8eem;lo look upon-the\mdvero^iit';Vwit&;;indif-  ference, taking ho i?art therein.'Z'    2' S,  fi?"?-i'-.  .'; SJ;   m *   ', 1 >.. * Mi ,',. ^. t  esaasm  EMpS0s^m&0M������b^  ,;i.,5,.f:>.|GARR^ING-^L. 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''?'?.��������� -"'��������� ''���������'}'.���������-��������� ',"'���������"; i",!'"'-'':.. * '���������  !������������������' ' '���������' A.-r,{!'/.^. ��������� i;:<--������s y--<: x-yyr^yy.y \yyy%9.y;!,,;-,.  0^Wyyyy2^A^  ]^MzM2ti%^2ZyyB  t r^&&**$;  : ~Lyyyy/y:: '/lyy--, \ r/yiy yny/y yyyy 2, yyzyyyz  liywyZyMyyyy  rJkiiiB&w&c-.T'frrrj -^^lyy-Jv^"/"'��������� '"^r r;;iit/'-v</ : "  ������������������'���������    :v^  "  m  m ���������  !  ���������/If .  :.'..,-.,..i-:.:1.-t:..J!&';i.'  .;,   ^   ���������  >      'A -  ? * ;  1  - ��������� '������������������'{"if-\  y-<  !:ry>:i  .���������^VV^'������!BJ^^;^JL'������.^p-^  ������������������-��������� -��������� ~-       :--v.,. ...  / ;:���������,  "-;   'i-.-; .}   -:   .-! i ������'/: j, l;%,  fl/ ,  .*l:V !���������';���������  Under* temporary arratigement'i for >��������� conviey-  -"r    ������������������ ance-of' ther Jf ails from "^ * ���������/*->  Oi\Omke;C^W  The undersigned has* placed:a iibe of Passeh-  .   ger Stages on .the  H*iV  Running: in close corihebtipn with :tfte Stages  ���������from. Yale'fo:;Barkeryi 1 lei.:���������'.:' *'.'..>. ;'':?!'\y":;;.".;., )'��������� \:  Persons Visiii tig the'Okanagah Distinct-will  find, this 'by? far-the most convenient mode of  travel,, Siv   - y:]i .-,,..;........^/���������./..; ,.r ./...'.,,'.  j^ Stages,leave Cache Creek on Wednes:  day m or n i ngs at 10 orcl ock, and j' wil f tetufn  the following weekvin time to^ connect' with  the Stages going .North and South.  Will bo transacted over the route. Freight  carried, -y. parcels .delivered. - Commissions  executed.  Coileclions made.  au24 2m,' ' -  'Fi J. UAliNARD:l& CX).  JL&J fflithlfl City w������������ totally dwflroj������d bj SreiTfls elosss  J LiTisit.���������TheinBttrgentsftt'Ferral'l^plfiiosr  sesstoU of'the^anb9atg:anbl?o^  a * mprisoned ife I feht-housa |iegper������  th������ p'ort"aBlp'r������vift w Govera-  Has conimehced; .iier!Weekly'.Tr!ps,i."1'eating  Q'uesnel on MONDAYS, and Soda Creek on  V ;;FRiMYS:afda^ightv;-;-   ���������  Passage,      r  Fiusigut, . ..'���������'.  55.  ; tc^t.'perib. ';  ^P* Goods consigned to lis from below  forwarded Free-'bf.Charge for Storage or  Commission, j,  MARYUE6 .'iW-RIOH35  '|I:  ��������� ^v;^ ���������  m ������������������  :/H;  : V    '  ���������*AW  y/%m/  '���������'������������������-1^?::?  -HI-  -1  24  uy  - -..s-sa.'. o:  y  ���������?1:  ������������������''! ���������  -;4  ;/.| ���������  ���������'.;.*:  .   ^T4- After the 1st of July,! Goods; wHIbr  deliveied according to order"' on ���������all 'outaidfll  Creeks^.;' ���������.���������:,./; ���������"���������.��������� '-'��������� .'������������������-. ^'������������������*,.l>::{.*vr>-.iM /;;���������   ,*, . J. W, LINDHAHD,  Yah Winkle, June 5,1872.  >.,.  yy  <y  ��������� SURYEYS; AND PLANS:EXECUTED  ;.'*������������������;.. y On reasonabW terms; !>.-���������������������������  ^ v  ^^^^^r^ewsJejFt^iMf^lly^S; S&srkeiyljJ������  will bs attended to. BT*K "  1^1  BaiM^awwBf^T.iP'gagagar,'..: ��������� BIK5K  mm?  SATURDAY. OCT W.v*������7������  :-t^:-  :"���������.'���������:���������.������������������KXM1MOW.  :\        ',    "i:!*..  "Kow that the- elections are wer In all parts  ������������tf~tfee DoraSntawitw.^w������*ft wt'wWo -to;re*  ���������^w^riely.tfceresnlts^vrhicbbnye.biMn ob-  ���������*t*inek Our readers win recollect thntshorily  ' -fioW the ever oi*reorabl������ debate-on ihe Wash*  ItigtonTreaty Occurred1 In ttieTIonse cf Com*  inonfl^ when Sir John Macdonatd and bfa  ^^ernment were uptoUJ by a-two-thirds  ���������Veto in a full twftK ' It' was then'generally  felt that Sir JcrWs policy In the matter had  1 '������boen; j^^jfl^t *eIaperia).X30Ternment  -wightnotio'behampered in their action by  acy cohdnct of ours.   We all know-what a J  t^Jne^dqiw jcry- was raised on the etfrjeet  throughout thV length and breadtii/of the  l>ominiou--a cry whicli' the leaders of th*  Opposition.������������������especially, iti Onttwio,,. were, not  -elow to;ma*ke use of.//We are'aisb aware that  that Opposition vrasj.n :.ne /wayupheld by  -tUo������e mbsi directly interested in the Treaty���������  nai^elv, the M'arftime Pi^inces~for -on ro-  llecWnit 'iop'n became; evident te them that  Treaty Would tnnH probabHityresnltto their  idvaatage.   Snch hern* tke-case, it was not  .io very surprUffosif-#������& iiJessrSvMackehzie and  Blake 8houldh^  decided ���������m<*������ <*���������- At the time lbis2vote..,was  grvjen we;^xpcessed-/a eonMettt-opinipn tliat  It'tntist-be ii^^a^ma^hner^considered as/a test  ���������Vote, aod taken as sqnite criterion of the esti  wfttS^ In; Which Sir John M^  Istf^onfwa^fc^^^  ���������������ro'vlnoes of the Dominion?  lis1 fact, the state  ���������of: parte..ta tbe country was such that if a  $G������rd opportunity hadToccur^  T?een-taken ndvnntage et-for the Jpurpose^of  ���������defe&llng.ibipresent Ministry-and obtaining  H %��������� newid^l^-i_Wb'y;'.'wa9^ this! not ��������� done?  '&\mply ^i^e'member8^ > the Souse were  Well Aware that the cry raised by the leaders  *6f the OnUrio^Opposition against the Treaty  wa������%oi������np|>ort������d by the general mass of the  peo^feand-ifthey supported tbe Opposition  an tbeir attempt to  reoder  nugatory  the  Fishery* clauBea of the" Treaty they in their  . turn, would remain unsupported by the con-  rfltitueDcies which they were then representing.  Under these circumstances, we consider that  -we were justified to looking upon that vote  notioniyaa expressing the confidence of'/the  members of the House/but also of tbe country  *at large, to the Government as then conatit  tnted. Nor does it nW appear that tbatvieW  was in any respect erroneous ; for looking at  4Jje returns as given us by the Eastern' papers  -we must come to the tfraclusiontthal; the Gov  lament will have a good working* majority  id tttenew House.   In fact, the only newspaper which we have seen which claims anything like an opposite result is the Toronto  ������Gicb������, which only, however,; claims: a ,tle.  Need /.we say that when the Globe can only  otafoa^aa even result, it k a sure sign that itAs  defeated*   But if the Ministry have succeeded  iti obtaining a majority, it has not happened'  ���������without meeting with some of those disagree-.  4&hie defeats which are sure.remindersitfythe  f raftty of f every thing:; dependent oh/'gpplilar  nupport.  Two of the mernbers of the Admin-  dstration <were defealed^&ir 'Francis Hihcka  tteaiuria thai will tend'tb-develope the great  ^j&nd latent resources of this Jpart of the Dominion. If^ihe Manitoba report be true,  eyery'Provinceof the Do mi n ion will bs represented in iSe Cabinet This iiras it/should  be. the Globe notwithstanding to tbecontrary.  ���������lti������ very easy.; work -for that periodical to  argue that we have obtained an unfair share}  of representation, and that we are aow ac  ^quiring a position In "the Cabinet ,to; Welch  neither, our resources or papulation ^entJKles  us. But that journal ought to take into consideration that when the terms of Confederation;'w*re agreed upon our consent was4pot]  obtainable unless favorable terraY were:' of-  NEW ADVERTISEMENDSr   "  mesam*  fared ua; and altboegh with our limited population it might at firsi sightBeem that wewere  obtaining the best of the bargain, still on re*  flection it will be found that the population of  BritisiCo I amb ia mustrapidly. -, 1 oc rease, 'a od  then the gain in the revenue wilt resnlt altogether to the advantage of tho Dominion  Treasury.:/ Besides It must be ;recbl!ectod;  that Ibis arrangement has been f for better  and for worse/1 and it ;wonid have 136611 ������p'bpr  policy^indeed for the' older Provlrices to have  attenrpled Ao grind 'tis: down to harsh terms |  fiimplyj'ibecans.e we were, young and' poof.;  JWe; of course; would not have stood any -each  treatment. ������W object, however, is;. not to  discuss, the terms of Con federation,- :bw4 examine the fesiiHs attained by "the general clec-  tion JiMft oyeri With that result we thinlc^e  oiigbt to be 'well satisfled. Ttiis majority is  vanousl yl est imate d, li ut th e f oHp witig figures,  taken; from the Montreal Gazet^j are^ noi fair  fr^mibeing;co������rt^^;���������:i;';:;,'^;:^/;k'':; HZi^ "X  I��������� '"'���������K','' 2:'Z JZ'2 % '2' J&ixisTtiKuL ' JJvpovriioiz*  $>.  MlSCKLLANKOtJS  BfCH FIELD;  JILL PARTIES HAVING DEPOSITS; IN  ~~-. the above Branch are reqaested to. pre*  sent therr Pass Books for pavment of same  on ^or before tbe FIFTEENTH. DAY OF  NOVEMBER next, on which date Depositors  at the Itichfield Office .will be paid oflf.: Zt  No new deposits will be received at this  Office/   ������������������  Pre. II. M: BALL, Agent.  . ���������- ' J. H. Sullivan, Clerk, &c.  Richfield. October 7,H 1872. ������c!2 4t  r|1HE   ITNDERSIGNED;   AG1SNTS,   ON  A  behalf of the  Ay i)  y v^.Ontarlo;':'������."/���������.Z\..  7';:^~-ftiiebec...;-.'.;^'v;:;  :i '/]/New,Brunswick,  .;;., ��������� ;:.'.Nova 'Scotia^"_,J~,' \  '��������� 'y. MaBitobaV     ZZ*.  I ^.33atis%.Columbia,  41  41  14  .;.'.6  126  53  "i.  o  73  Giving a majority to the Gorerflment of ^fty-  three, ivith/bne constituency yet to/be: heard  from. ;:Even supposing these figures to-be.not  quite correct, it is evident that the Govern-  ment will have a good working waJQHfcy^ in  iwhicfn event the terms of, Confederation will  ,be; carried vout ^in their, integrity,;the/great  Pacific/ Raj I way;' wil I be/bii i \ t, and a. n e w���������ejpja  of prosperity dawn ujion this at prertentVome-  what-remote and disconnected Province.  NEW; ADVERTISEMENTS.  THE BANK OFBRITISH NORTH.AMER-  ICA at VICTORIA will until further noti������������ p������y  on money specially lodged Interest at the rate of:   .  -       Four per cent.'per annum  en  deposit* subject to Fifteen Days notice ������f w|th  drawal, and '      ���������  * v,   ! '���������   '  -���������" Five per cent, per annum  ���������oa DepoeiU subject to,Thirty.Days asottee fif with.  drajvai.-    /'���������'���������.! '    '. .. 5    : ������': j.  HENKY A.  TUZO,  Manager Victoria Branch.  October IS, 1S72. oc20 lm  PUBLIC Nt>.  to CLOSE  AT   BARKER.  respectively, hereby giTe  TICB-... of their * intention  THE ESTABLISHMENTS  VILLE for SIX MONTHS, on the FIFTEENTH NOVEMBER, and Depositors are  requested to withdraw their funds before that  datef< Or/accept Certificates for tbVsame payable in Victoria. Such deposits as remain at  the Agencies at the date mentioned will be  transferred to Victoria. ;  ? Deposits of Gold for safe keeping" will be  sold on that date, and: the proceeds placed to  the. credit.of the depositors. All other valuable articles not then claimed will be transferred to Victoria at the risk and cost,of the  owner.  For the Bank of British Coiumbiai; .;'  .. ������������������-,;-:..:;'.-:' ;,'  .'��������� W. FRASER, Agent. %  For the Bank of British North America,  ���������'."���������' G. M. MORRIS^ Agent  October 7. 1872.      v    . 6cl2*  Mail Coiitracts  TENDERS  Master Ocnornl,  for Mall Scrv  Ho'ckMjk noon on FRIO AY, tbo eth day of OeownV  her,, for .tbo conyeyacce/of. Her. Majesty>b Mails (tt  British Columbia between tho following places fo?  tbe torm of FOUR YEARS from^ho 1st of Aprll'atjxt:'  Barkerville airid Harvey Creek";  I   Barker vi I le aud Yal e; -. % r ��������� >,/'/;. yy  Burrard Inlet and New Westminster;  . Cache Greek and Okanagan, and   ;    ���������"���������'���������  *  Okanogan.and Okahagan Mission;  Clinton arid Dog Creek j i  Clinton and Li I Idoet; ;'/,:  ^Esquimau and Victoria;  Hope and Kootenay 5  Lytton and Nicola Lake;  Metcbosen and Victoria; '  Omlneca and Queanelle;  Saaoicb and Victoria j      Sooke Rnd Victoria,  ��������� ���������'������������������'������������������   .������������������������������������ '    ,   :��������� :;<���������;.���������: ;:���������?.������������������>:*���������,-.:- ��������� '. .  Eacb Tender niust bo accompinled by a Gunraate*  fliffned by two. responsible purUes, undertaking tbai  In the.event.oi,the Tendt-r bujn? accepted the Rrrvlce  shall ho performed by tho party tendering for tU������  price demanded.  ;      .      , . ..      ..v.;  1'iirticuiars ������h.re^ard i<* the Sorrlce an������t amount *t  security required, together with printod forma of Tea.  der and Guarantee, may be obtain*.! *t tho Olftce������ ������t  the Tt-r mini of each route, or. at.tho J^ost^OnlctfS'U  Victoria, and New Westminster. ���������'       /,,'v  '* v       " JOHN OEWJC,^    '  ��������� ^ Chief P. 0. Inspector.  victoria, B.C., 1st September, 1S72..        seft't'l  ������  ��������� ;:Stanley Hote������,;;;; ���������  LI'a'HTmitGr-. CREEK' :  MR. SVP, PARKER>:.'  fJAVXi^G-.' PTOCHASiED   THE    ABOVffi "  Li   Hotel from Mr,J. J Robertson, l>eg������.to..in!orta-.*���������".  tho travelling public ana tbo Miners of Cariboo Um������i-     r  he will do_bi������ utmost ^o austklri .tbo.. .woU'/earhod j^    /  putaUod of the house as a flrst-class HbteL"-'   ^' 5",/iivrv  Will aa usual be turntehod with tba best tb������ Market  uifordA. ���������'..���������������������������'���������'���������   :  Or old Co mmis s i o n e r's  Notice.       i  N AND AFTER THE FIBST DAY OF  NOVEMBKK next all Claims in the Cariboo Dfi-  trict may be laid over till; the Twentieth May, 1873,  >ubject to tho 9th Section of the Guld Amendmont  Act, 1872.        .  H. M. BALL,  Gold Commissioner.  Richaeld, October 14, 1872.     .. ociD lm  IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN     \  GENERAL    MERCHANDIZE,  Having purchased the House and Stock of  Messrs Oppenlieimer Bros.  Together with  FIREPEOOF  r  Is well stocked with Spirits, Alea, Wines and Clrsra  Are comfortably'furnished, and a large addltloa t������  the cumber of rooma is now being made.  ������&* Consignments from helonr aoliclted.  Are tbo best in the upper country, and wiU/.alwnyi  be well supplied with Hay and Grain. Ju20  stratop's Sale.  ai4 .vuvitu.'viauv^ ������bw������.. V**1  Slo'ntrea'l. 4^*he former has already found * a  Te4ing^|������laeo; In Yancen^yw^pfetrict in >thfe  <Joteny,;aidthe ^^  ancles whose representat!ves. will be-prjly-'too  ^glad to��������� /resfgn/;In��������� his fayor^-In faet, it;is  ^ajready stated;^Bat the ^opposing ���������candidates  In a.Minitoba>constituency;hiaye?resigned,  find thai the tori. Baronet will accept the seat,  *��������� It" tr an ill- wind that blows, no body any  good.77 .The defeat of these gentlemen in the  older Profincss and tbeir election ia the new  ones w&phave the tendency to ^hring.;.these  Province* iioto |>uhlio pofice, and bur repress ntaiion In th������ Cabinet as well as the House  <^f v^pmmdns'iby-������;Vin������tef--n$ay.- be of some  ^fisiataaa������ .totus .inoh^aining-tfee-ipa8et^e,.'8f*  |t������*.A , tiap.f.    inatrnA4aA   K������ TT   Tiff   T?������ll rtil  UGH!**       WWH'i   tUH.IUvlvu     Ul J   'Ml.������IM   MWUl   JLiSi  Gold Commissioner.  ;{/ ToSeU^by Auction, at BarJ^rrill^ :'/  .". ON .FRID^y, OCTOBER ^5, 1872,  at Twelye o-cloc^iioon, the Interest of Colin  j;;   ���������'. Ohlsholmi deceased, ini the '      );. ���������  ���������94  1       ^x,Ava^,  Kheumatism,  ������Neuralgia,  R. CHIPP HAS m STOCK and is constantly receiving ..  ENGLISH DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,  .And other Preparations,  r   TRUSSES, ELASTIC STOCKINGS,  ;      WRISTLETS, &c, &c.  Teeth carefully  ���������������  BARKERVILLE,   B.C.,  HAS   RECEIVED A FINE LOT  OF  "jj&? Prescriptions and Family Recipes accurately prepared. ae28  Also, CABIN at Richfield.-  Sheet Iron Stove, at Jack of Clute  Rifle and Siivet1 Watch.  '-.-:.'v.;5 -2- ,,^i0. BYRNES,  October WWX 2 : ;-&.  ���������/}'y2yyy-y.'Tjmb^ ';.;  GN <M ABOUT THE 12th SEPTESrBER, Inst..  TWO DEPOSIT RECEIPTS, in favor of Betsy, an  Indian woman, payable at the Bank of British North  America, bearing date respectively July loth. 1872  and August 31st, 1872, for tho rospectivo sums ot  $130 and $100.  Payment of tbo abovo Pcposlt Kecelpts, which are  valueless to any one hut the owner, has been stopped.  Any person finding the same is requested $o, send  them by Pust either,to the Bank 01 British North  America or the SBNTXKBi/Ofllco. '     '      f        '���������  Barkorviil^ Sept, 18,1%%%,  Also, a good assortment of  GROCERIES, PROYISIONS,  LIQUORS,.CIGARS,    V  RUBBER & HEMP PACKING,  LARD OIL, Ac, for Machinery  October 5,1872.   ;  ,1 LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS OR  A demands against me for Money or Chattels, con*  nectod with my business in Bnrkervlllo or my lato  business at' the Last Cimnae Store, Lightainy Creek,  are requested to present the same to me at Barkerville on or before the end of tho month; and all per*  sons Indebted to mo are requested to call and scttla  their accounts on or beforo such period, othcrwl*������  such accounts will.be placed iu tbo hands of* Collector* - ���������;  ,;������������������;���������.'���������        "..    P.-MA^ETTAX  x  a:  3  1  I  1  I  lm  li  I  Mm  m& *  SATURDAY. OCT. 19, 1871  -=���������    -..../- 'r^r���������  ..r   m,  m  ^QUESNELMOUTH.  Quesaelwoutb, October leV-Too  Victoria arrived here at 6.30 a.m., with fifty  I tons freight; viz.: IIB&6.; 747 ptcga; D Kurtz,  195 pkgs; F Neufolder. 6 pkg^'X W Lindnard,  f. 229 pkgs; Lane & Kurtz, 12 pkgs; R H Brown,  Barnard's stage; left ,nt 8.3ft a.m., with the  mails, an expreas, and Colonel Lane -as pas*  aenger. ���������'��������� .������ ��������� <'���������<' .  One of tho H.B.Co/s boats arrived hew  yesterday from Stewart'fl I*ake with four  miners from Omiueca. Quito a number of  men have arrived from Omltieca during the  past week, a few only of whsra have been  lortanate. , -.;. ...;,   .. ��������� '        ,.' ,.-'..;  Barlow's, Brouaseatt's, and P. Gannon's  Yearns left this norning with full loads for  Barkerville. ..-.._     .'.'.;'.;'"..     '.',.-.;./  - /���������     MTROPEAN^ ]:.'  London; October II���������Tbo announcement  4>X the death of ex-Secretary Seward Is received with great surprise, no. Intimation'  ' whatever of his.Uiness - having reached here.  The Daily. News Irr its: obituary. says, that  though Seward was unpopular by reason, of  his rather peremptory bearing, yet he leaves  behind him a great example of Vigor, energy  and success. '���������. 2-?//. >".������������������.',-,   /...;��������� :'������;'���������: --: ���������  London, October 12���������A severe storm has  prevailed on tbis coast for the past 24 .hour*.  Several disasters to .shipping la the British  chnnnel are repotted.; .:.;;.)/ %\ yZ/: "���������'; y'X;  . London. October 14���������Roundall Palmer will  take the oath of Privy Councillor to-morrow*  Geneva. October 14���������Prince Napoleon has  arrived here. . He *was ttcconspanied/ to the  frontier by agents of the French Government.  Madrid, October 14���������The Carl is ts continue  their agitation*���������(������' Catalonia., where several  li iye bren arrested, including soldiers on  furlough. No (urtber news received from  Ferial.   Tbe capital is perfectly tranquil.  Lisbon.   October   II���������The-.Rio. Janeiro  M-stenmer. with dates to;..September .22d������ has  m a'rri vwl.V She repbrfa tliat the Congressional  ������-h'ctioti-fn th������!northern /provinces of Brazil  fcave b*en attended with riot aud bloodshed.  : /'- .vunitedstat^^j:;;v;i:-  ��������� New York. July 12���������At Jerome Park races  this afternoon the third race���������a dash of a mile  5-8tbs���������was won by Ortolan, beating  for thfs district bad not been spent. ������������������' In the  face of these facts, what right has the Standard to assume that .the whole constituency  was bribed by a mere promise? or that tbe  meeting was a uierehole and corner concern,  attended by a few miners ? -It is a wellknow-u  fact that the feeling in this constituency has  always been most strongly in favor of an increased indemnity to tbe upper country members, but It was generally felt that a system  of indemnification which sontemplated a discriminative rate would*not meet with'that'  general approval which it was desirous should  be given to any scheme of. this- kiad, and as  people here were really desirous that no. conflict of that sort should occur,'the Resolution  was Worded and. passed in the form in which  it waa published .in this paper.   As regards  the rheetingitself, we wilt .Inform our contemporary that it was both ^largely and in-J  fluentlally attended," not only by the mining  community, but by merchants, traders and  professional men ;  and if ha has any doubt  on the subject-<6f onr ability, to got up a do-  cent sized meeting here, all we can say is let  our friend of the Standard come hero himself,  and we will guarantee him both a big meeting and a good reception, even If he does  differ with us on the Indemnity or any othor  question.   As regards the course to be pur-1  sued in ths future by tho member* for ��������� this  district on this much-vexed question, we must  consider that settled by the action of the con?  stituency.   If members in other parts of the  Province have any doubts as to the proper  course for thera to adopt on* this rather; personal kind of question, we Would1 honestly  advise them to take the ,sense, of. their., con-.  8tituerK$es.'/and, thus obviate a'possible '.disagreement with them at .spin* future time.  Perhaps the Cariboo Resolution, saight serve  as a basis for action elsewhere. . -  sont WMrs -Wink.������.'and Mr Sullivan w^hr  pby' O'-Eillilooya Bricklayer, a (H)odd Fellow  and a-very Freemason; both did well.   Mr  Sullivan;s  appreciation of Mr- O'Fillilpo'a  character was-quite natural, and caused much  amusement;��������� In the second piece, in which  there w.ero..-bnlyJour.-characl?ra~Mc Manna-,  duke Mouser (J. S.'Thorap/son J; .Mr Crummy  (F..PejcreU);..Mra Mouser .(Eufrasia Auriana,  Theresa/Jones), and Betsy Baker (Florence  Wilsobl���������Mr Thompson again succeeded in.  earning tho applause of''tho and ran ce'.   Mr  Perrett ������������������ also' performed his part we 11;   We  consider, that the palip must in this play be  accorded "to the ladjes.   Florence: Wilson's  performance of Betsy Baker, the laundress,]  was'-really good ; and Miss Jones,''whom'we  are informed by the play bills' was engaged  ajf great expenso for ibis special occasion, of E. Edwards, and endorsed by him to plain-  performed her part with a combined vigor ol l}5, kee." Defendant pleaded satisfaction of  lor the same cause of action,* which suit had  b>eu brought to "a final determitiation, and  that the defendant ought tint to be subjected  .to repeated litigation.for the name cause.  After ashoiTKumniin* iip by the Judge*  tbe jury returned a,verdict for the.defendaot  Mr Park for.the plaintiff, and Messrs. barn-  stoh and Davie for defendant- . ���������   :*v .  j :Aittnoi5 Johnson vs. Rodkricsc MrjbonoAU.������  Action for $12 ���������0. .Judgmenl confessed.,     ,;  Al������x. MoWai vs. Jow.v GnNN.^Actfoo on  ,ft Jpromissory nolo forZ'$U: 8& Adjoii rned  until the SUt October on account ol short  service. .........  ' F" V; LBB..(by Gep;Byraos5 Vsi ^^f G������  Barnston.���������This was an action on a promissory note for $60 and intetCHt, drawn in favor;  m  anil.  s-'von horses, time 2.59|, The great interest  of ihe day was centered in the 4-mile dash between Harry Basset; and Blooarchist, and the  excitement ran very high. The spectators  crowded every available spot, and tbe most  intense excitement.was exhibited. The two  horses ran neck and neck all the way to the  beginning of tbe 4th mile. Bassett pulled  out after the third mile. Monarchist worked  nobly and won the race���������time, 7.33J.  -������-+���������  <������*���������  ������-������  THE MEMBERS' INDEMNITY PLOT.  m  1  B  m  Under this heading an article appeared in  a late number of the Victoria Standard, and  if it were not.for the tone and nature of some  of its remarks we would now hardly deem It  worth our while to notice It,   In saying this.  we have no desire to treat our co temporary's  arguments and views except with the utmost  respect, but tbe indemnity question has been  so often before this constituency la a variety  of ways that the appearance of an article iu  opposition to the views held by the majority  of tbe people in this district would hardly be  of itself a sufficient incentive to touch upon  tbe subject again.   The meeting held by the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works and  the Indemnity Resolution passed at that meeting are made tbe occasion of the article.   Tbe  people of this district arq accused of having  beeu hoodwinked into passing the Indemnity  Resolution " by the liberal promises of appropriations fro nvtbe public chest for the benefit  ���������of the district."   It Is also insinuate*} that the  meeting was a small one. composed simply of  " a few Cariboo miners," and the apparent  inference intended to be conveyed is that it  wa������ a kind of hole and comer meeting, the  proceedings of which are not entitled to much  consideration.   Now, as regards the liberal  promises made by the Chief Commissiqper  fbr the purpose of obtaining the passage of  this Resolution, onr readers will probably  recollect that no promises of the sort were  made.   In fact, Mr Walkera'a remarks were  confined to a review of the proceedings of the  Legislature during its las* cession, and for and  reasons best known to. bit \mlt ihat gentleman  most carefully refrained ."vein making any  pledges of the nature indicated by our con-  In fact, he did not even attempt  I������pkovkd BRBEDs.^-In ,the .CoJohlstjif^OAtX  1st there is a very sensible article upon tbe  Introduction of improved breeds of live stock  Into British .Coiumbia, in which preference is  made to stock recently introduced by Harper  Bros..and Mr.-Mltaon of Similkameen.   The  stock introduced .by the.Messrs. Harper consisted of some exceedingly  fine  Cotswold  rams, imported at great expense from Canada,  r���������that Is, tbe Eastern portion of  the .Do*  oilbion^which is rapidly becominjg famous  for being one of the best stock-raising countries ift 'the EWorld.. fn the: same:article the  advantages-possessed by,this province in the  respect alluded' to are well* pointed outv_I|  says:   *'The grasses of tbe interior possess  on tri ti ve p ro pert ies wh ich can n o t, we bel ie vet  be claimed for any other 'known' grasses; tbe  ranges ,are; practically illimitable, water is  everywhere in abundant supply, and such is  the nature of tbo climate that stock passes  the winter well without handling or housing.  In the more favored localities animals come  out in early spring equal in condition to'tbe  best stall-fed."   Now although the last state-  rnhnt is perhaps a little far-fetched, stiil there  is no doubt of-the substantial correctness of  the whole extract.   Every one in tbe upper  country is well aware of tbe immense success  that has attended the enterprise and exertions  of the stock-raiser east of the Cascade range  of mountains, where bunch grass abounds tbe  whole year round and almost countless herds  luxuriate. What a difference is there between  such a country as tbis aud tlie one mentioned  in the article of the Colonist,   At *��������� Hiilhnrst  Farm," in the Eastern Townships of tlie Province of Quebec, there is no bunch grass, nor  is there an unlimited amount of pasture land  over which stock can gra2e tbo whole year  round.    On tbo contrary,  stock   must  be  boused there. and fed for six months in tbe  year.   Notwithstanding these disadvantages,  it has  there been  found  possible to make  stock-raising a lucrative and paying employment by importing and raising only the beat  kinds.   When such feats are achieved in such  an unfavorable country, surely success must  attend the stock-raiser in this province who  devotes a certain amount of time and money  to the improvement of his flocks by the importation of thoroughbred cattle, and surely  tho climate of Vancouver Island and the lower  Fraser ought to be in this regard almost as  favorable aa that which exists east of the  Cascade range.   We feel satisfied that the experiment has only to be triod to prove a success.   Under these circumstances, we hare  no hesitation in expressing our confident belief that the enterprise shown by the gentlemen previously alluded to will result in success and pecuniary prdflt.  TnBATRK5Aii PKKPORMAXCft.*--On Saturday  evening last the Amateur Dramatic Association gave one of tbeir best aud most attractive entertainments for the benefit of Florence  Wilson. The first piece performed, a Vaudeville, in one Act, entitled "Done Brown,"  was put upon the stage in very good style  the parts #ell acted throughout. The  remark may be made of the second  piece performed," Betsy Baker,*' In the first  niece Mr Thompson's personation of the ar  dent (Mile gentleman;: Mrg**.Ofetave, Alfred I  performed her part witu a comtnnoa vigor  body aud grace of movement that was quite  charming .--to'.behold.'-7.'In fnct,rlliss Jones; arfj  Mrs Mouser,.'carried- thw house completely  with:her. The: two songs by Mrs Kelly were  rendered with much taste, and were received  with much favor by./ the audience. Mr H.  Calder also danced With his usual proficiency.  We regret to say that Mr Gomer Johns, in  consequence of a. severe cold, was unable to|  favor the audience wUb.asong^'Th^'orches-  t ra pi ayed J their ^elections wi tb their usual  good taste, and on the wbole the perfor man ce  passed off tb a full house as well as ;.a'ny thing  of the sort that we hav* seen in Barkerville  for along time. - ';-'" -r ������������������ y ;y "���������  Laving Ovsr:. CL.iws.���������It will/be seen, oh  reference to a uotico published ia this .issue]  of the Skktixei. uuder the hand of the Gold  Commissioner, that a) 1 mining claims situated  within the limits of ,the .'Caribbo. district are  laid over from the. 1st day of November, next  until the 20th day of May. 1873. subject, however, to' the 9th section of the Gold Mining  Ajnendment Act, 18/2. It may be possible  that so me. of our readers may not be aware  of the meaning of this latter proviso, aad for  their information we will state that the section referred to is the clause of the new  Mining Act which gives the co-partners representing two-thirds of the claim the right  to work tho mining ground of the company  duringUhe close season, in which event all  tbe members of the company, as 1 n ordinary  cases, are responsible fur the expenses incurred 'hy reason of such working. Oo^art-  nnrs!,'tbe'Mf6re,.who represent two-thirds of a  company may,'byj resolution;to that effect/  compel tbe working of, a claim during the  close season and collect assessments; therefor.  tbe note by means of professional work and  advice given to Edwards, who was the rest  owner of the note previous ,tbj his doparturn  from Cariboo. Ilia honor'gaveJudgment"fcV  plaintiff with costs* but ordered execution to-  be stayed until Mr Leo,, could ,bo, communl*  cated (with���������viz., for tbo space of tbm  ihonlin.      . "yy      y'Z...    Z   '���������' "���������'   ' ���������  yy, y MINING I^ELUGENckJ''V,.7 .  '^TIfq''^nafat'&V/'got' to vorV nfteir :trov  freshet on Thursday of last week, and by tli*'  following-Saturday had taken crafc 24 oz, ;Ror  this week, up to Wednesday, they had taken  out 30 m. for two sets ol timbers, the com*  pany intend;sinking-n new shaft. /Thehy������  draiilio companies at and, above Richlfield aiw  cleaning up with average resul Is.     'T ������������������'���������������������������     ./  . ���������..?..������������������:. CQTJNTYCOUaT- /���������  2,yyy  {8ef������r������ U.U: Ball,Esq., "Gold Commissioner aad  Couniy Court Judge.) ..'.  Tuesday, October 15.  Mart Nathan vs. Axtoise Broussbau.���������  Action to recover $^40 damages for the defendant's alleged improper detention of the  plain tiflHs cattle*  Counsel for tbe plaintiff stated his client  had delivered a horse and mule to the defendant in March last for agistment) that by. tbe  common law the plaintiff was entitled at any  time to retake the cattle without paying for  them, but in this case at.the time a demand  was made the defendant had been offered payment, but refused to say what waa due or to  deliver up tbe cattle. That his avowed object was to keep them until they had eaten,  thejr heads off; and although they had been  returned it was not until a Ions time after the  demand, and when the plain tiff had lost the  profits she would have derived from the use  of-the cattle during the summer months.  From the evidence adduced on the part of  the plaintiff it appeared that Joseph Mathews  went to the defendant's ranch at Quesnelmouth and demanded the horse and mule,  but it did not appear that he had offered, or  was prepared to offer any money for their  keep, or that be bad any order for the animals from the.plaintiff; further, that T. H.  Flynn, on behalf ot plaintiff, had applied to  the defendant at Barkerville to communicate  at plaintiff's expense with bis [defendant's]  agent at Quesnelmouth to let Matbew'B have  tbe horse and mule, and that Flynn had asked  for the account for keep in order that.it  might be paid, saying that be was gopdfor it.  On behalf of the defence, evidence was  given that no tender of money bad ever been  made; and further, that the plaintiff had before sued for the animals and for damages in  the Supteme Court for tlie same alleged detention, and that an order had been made on  the consent of tbe plaintiff .by the Chief Justice in that action that all proceedings should  be stayed, the defendant having tendered apd  tbe plaintiff having accepted tbe horse and  mule, Is., for nominal damages and. costs,  ia full satisfaction oi the causes of action.   .  Counsel for defendant contended that no  ^reasonable demand on the part of the plaintiff  bad been proven; and that the usage ������* *"e  country necessilated the payment of-the keep  before the animals were taken,away,; further,  JACK OF CfDBS CRSBR.  Th# Discovery co. paid-considerably ovst  expenses /last week, the Two Sisters co% it  taking put pay./ i Z"Z2'':'/ '.,r':".:,'-v, ��������� Ziyi  yyyyz .^^/harveycree^'"2zZ'"z.z 22'::  The^^ Clyde .co. have commenced work: ^Pha  Perseverance coils paying over expanses.���������-  The New Dominion co. ia putting up a dump*-  bouse, and preparing for the winter's workv<  The Manitobayha^^ve/ccnimeiiced work in; tbd  face with'favorable indications,^ The Cnm-^  mings co. have fixed tbeir flume and are-  pumping out, and will be to work in the faca  to-day;: The Minnehaha ;co.: will probably  commence work in? the face to-day._. Too Fos-^  ter cor is still sinking and; are down about/<i$  feet from the platfbVm; going along favorably.  Most of, the claims on tbis,creek have been  much,retarded by4b������ freshet, but sit imtbte  In that respect is now over; ;:. % "���������-'-.  "yy ���������//; ....yzAvw crbee./.,;'-   yyy  . The Walkem co. are in ���������00 feet, wben falln  were struck. The channel was followed to,  this point, and the company are now ^adw  voriag tb trace it ba high rock%   ;   Zy  "���������'"     tinnrxixo crbek. ''..  The Point co. paid a dividend last ww&*  and obtained 12? bt. for the comrnencemeolfe  of-tbe week at noon on .Wednesday last. Th*  Gladstone co. expect soon to.be in tho. face*  There is nothing more of interest from this -  creek. .  ��������� "  MISCELLANEOUS.  3E:  m  HAVING DISPOSED OF OTJK  entlro business to Mcsfrs. NBU*  FELDEIl & CO , wo would thank th������  public flsr tholr kina patronage and a*lc a  cont!ci������sace ������f tne same for ������ur auccc������*  <K>r3, .������������������ :'-���������������������������������������������  Mr MARCUS WOOT la oar fiathortsed  Axenty wbo will pay all llabilltlos, and w  whom all accounts niaat ba paid.  .  \ Wo would hero request all ihom -la> ���������/;.  dobtcd to us, either by Noto or Book Ac- .  count, to make as spoody a sottlemeat a������ ,  possible.  ���������OPPEOTEIMER BB0&;i  BarkerviUe, Sept, 18,1578.^  ;  THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING*-2ASSO-  1 elated themselves for the purpose of carrying ou  tho above mentioned. Establishm<3Dt,^liop8 by s^r;cl  attention to the comfort of their patrons to iaent ft  fair share of public favor. *       ���������  will always bo kept in the best condition, and th>ij  patrons may rest assured'that none but thejbeafc-  .Wines, Uqaors and Cigars will bo fumfshed*:   -' . .  wd2A spacious aad comfortable room has jusl been  complbted, 'euiwhle for Wvate'Parties.'      ;     -   ���������  . .   y.M:-'::C.y* >    -  WM. W. I)OI)!>:  ' . ��������� .. , . .--��������� ������?M. Xik^.JOKKS/  ........  i'-ii ���������  >,lK  y<i  y  yy  l':-'i- '  ������������������ -v.-  ������������������''���������'I  './  y law^'.1" ,���������"���������������������������; ;  &.$rf    ������������������--���������-  i'^>};.' ���������- i '������������������ ���������  &:%��������� '   : ''   ���������-���������'  te'.'���������-���������...  ;'     ������������������  <&*��������������� ; .'.���������.-���������:,-r ... v;,  yM  ��������� ���������  a&������ ���������������������������''��������� ������������������'������������������' ��������� '-.���������: ,.  *wpi--,: -; ;    ���������-;��������������������������� -.".  fe "-'- ��������� ���������': (  v.  I  :/  yy  Wk  1 &������>���������  '-/���������!'.���������-���������  1  f  ^���������Vl  ���������' '������������������  a :  1  r"  i '������������������������������������  &/*������*������#���������<������  > ^^'ft^-^-^  ''���������>'JK:-.'-'  MIRING RECORDS.  oym-  ;. '^kutoitfa^  .Savor <^%onald ^iWn^?i^nr1e)%^ pixon^  *Bd^0^df^Nan^toSrea^^jfnterent?5^  ���������jtllan;'742ths'Jcflf:t 'ISl^ti'^'^'Bi^  >��������� /^iMlS^f&^fc^^ :; g^;,:, ;,r,, ,/x/|/  .,   ���������'/'<, /yy ' ���������-'���������'^^v/^OROT^B^OTEEfc^^ ;*^ yJ yr:i  M'"'     s        r^Sept 2r~Reeorded In faybr  *'     HcAlmden,  \;^P$������l?qolcocK Jnd.^ HcAJind^nr ea^  ���������   linterestfre*record:;;/ ?''^^v///i/-"k,? //^  , Sept ^Recorded in'faVor of Henry Broirn  ^^^���������/^^'���������& '^^>^y^r^j^yy  "���������>>*<������������������  "���������?. lsnm^claunia1)oyethe Reid co..  ; ,.���������? i^=  _   i������r '    '   -"��������� ��������� ''^  :/���������?���������:  LEGAL NOTICES, &e.  *i:-i;K:-'-vi^'  obLUM8iA:^///3'r  I'-b'H^V-'r  ���������yaterirrom a smalt stream flowing into Arouse  ������r^ei^������^UtSOtf fe^tahbwsald^laim^arei  (H^ ravbr  ^f ^Wrrr; ^^tf^.'Wi^ft^^^^*" ��������� J '**���������  ;-^r^t..;;::Fie^^  John Trlp3etkl!of.i interest ;rja^-re^fecord.  ^on?f^^feiof^p^fee^hni;Glaim  ^refekclainisf'andTield in Sir?interests*  in 'the' matter" of 'CbpN- CHrsabitf, ^r���������  j-/tV'������ll2^/,v./;m-i;,;.^intje^fcatbl., i;';./,/ ..^���������y;'^.'w.s-''\'-,  ������^PEn^s;iNDE^BD-/roraR K^.  i\ /" tatq ata required* to/ payr sSch'^ debts' Inimcdl-  a'tejy,>and all person* who nave claims against -such  Estate are required to senftithftmln tojane on or he*  fdr3tho:?XRSTDAT?;OFXOVfiJIBER,next. ,/   ,   '/.  . i :������������������/.., yyj- ; C B.-POOI.EY, '  , I 6" i" ^ ,.,"^c ���������'/':���������. y y-y y Omclal Adminigtrator;'"  , r Rfchfleld;'8eptl^0|>i972.^ n- ^:/ -^^',-"^-t >*-;-se1.4^  IN 'THE: SOTREiE COURT} OF BRITISH  ] 2y,.:.. yy \ .ciolumbiai; ;,.;,/. , ;'  in thero^tterief [SionoyMiBiiti^ymc^^mdi  ���������]'-  '.''3-;->;:V-;'.J9V,<!  *  ./-^///feTecordrr/^  ;;:;/;;''������/;/;s^S:';::/^  i//;;3/f:;;'//^������M/;fei;&/K  ^.-''^i.'i'?;  ^Oollft^SSi^ faror  John Mnnro, Wesjey Hall,,Malcblra"lIcCna1ffV  v ' %hili,clalm,g onjeft oantj bbpsraencinsr aithe  'lowfirfi^ftof^oldTomtandto  thence running towards Willow river 600 ft.  T^ fo   Icnnwn as the Comet eo.'   Recorded  fifililc^ft^r^h^ tffSa^f of: tto^iH^fl^K  '$*>-', 9���������Recorded "in favor of John Ross; 1  ������ree|t cialmV commencinrabout 5ftr>et'be]ow  ��������� t^  "Rotateare Tequfred'to^."serid. thcm'ih to ni'c'onor before-  Hho/i?iitsr'0Ay;oFNOv*BHBER noxt.^,:^ j, i/;  i'i'yy-]->'������������������>���������)&:\>.. .��������� -.c..e/^oot.|.t,t ,  ii. ., ->j;   \ v >./, v:,   '    ,   ,     Offlclal Admlnistrator.  A Richfield, Sept. ^18fl; '-    '������������������ *���������    ;i"- ^   '   :* " --^  ���������19,  rM^iZMM^M  wW'X-nxwQ:'.  ��������� ���������;-) ...fe;.'.  pr^BIilC,- JfOTTCB; I*-1ir.i;e.by fflyen, that from and  T-4/ ft(tertlielstdayof/SeptemherVtfext^-all-Bfrths,-  tieath^' andMarrlages With In |the Province of British'  Oohimhla;are to be Registered under<thofprorjsion8 of  <* (Tjao Registration of Uirtbs. Daaths and Marriages  Aci/>iVt& ai'the Office of ^he liistfJct Registrar; of  ^SUCCESSORS TO % CWlO,  ',&l?*+t: i\'h*--*  .���������>���������:>!  Upr .to inform; their,friends/and - the pah llrtftat; tbe-y,;  have taXen iho. vwcll knp>n (premlsea in; BarkeRille,  so long/favorably pilronisett while itfth^occuipatloh  orJtfrN/CanJb^    --/v'-V -.-"V//'- '.<r'i  'f'-r^  C-i,  w\ lib ������ mantiractured|aii(S sold Jby jmblfeaai* ahiii Re^?  taillnjlt8purity;aha; A"\:yy yy,//?'������������������ "  Hi������ best;^iqTioi^;&:0i^rs  (^staattylte^'bn ^hanitt1 J ���������/:' t': ���������:';  ���������-���������:--: ;.r'  '-������������������'���������:-';:!.>:.  ���������/i^;-.-//-6treaiaaoo;teeti/^:���������:):/;i'^^}^  ^lc;/.fc\.^^^:'i^iif?&rft,5iaV.,^or  'fif Dan^ Mills, ^W, Winterbottom, John James  '���������',���������.��������� i*. <; C-.t't-y   iY''---* ^���������i"     :--:V':  '"'--"������������������   ^'V-    :������������������.-/���������-:������������������'��������� i:'v.-i-.-:'!:i,.--.-.,   ��������� ;:;���������     h ������������������ . ���������.-!.:���������;* c ���������  L; Carter, each one interest: conKistmcr Tn all  ���������������f 11700 feet creek claims and 1000 hill claims  on east hank; "rereebfa; r  ' - ?y Ul'VV&*��������� W H\y ANTLKR;;CRKEK.:i ^ /.;$$[ j,;/y-' ,t/j|,;  -:^id -"Nose.eb^Sep^ l^RecdTded^o favor  <itGeorffb :Ateh!9Bn'i^ri7;.Galder;'iroh'n<,Mnr/-  /ray, Robert Graham, J. Pinkerton, wuliam.  claims; commencingraho^t^O^fajeJ: "below the  800 feet/ ^: -   j       '  i  b^vj:k84Crh:ee.4  days  PEATHS^VVithin 30 davs aaer4ntormenti/}^ |  M&REIAGES���������Within 9^day;a from the da^e-Jhereo^  , vEvory Householder, Head of a;.'Family.���������, Clergyman,"*.  Ph ysici an/qr^ottier/perspn-^  said'ActT to ^r6port Births/ Deathsand /Marriages;-who  retu8esv:or tfilfullvBeglects/to do so, witliin the times  boforo named f,will?be liable toagonal ty for;each and  every-offence, of ^notjle'ss^ihan Hv.e>l>pllarB or rabre  than Twenty Dollars/ to- boJ '.recovered' with costa bei  fore anyjustice'o'P theTeace bavin's Jurisilictioii wtthini  the locality whero1 any bucU offenceria#0mmitted  ag&ln^thp.said/^ct; .:^|/ r������ -.^ y^y^i/^yy/-^. yy/ii-  i 22. u -: :'���������/-';; Bycdmmap^./ //"'./,./ //.'.! .;-^V', ' ^,'���������7',:'  ; '. ' -'^      ifVti. W.'AIKM'AK,   ���������     '"  / ^ ^-^rj//-^-ri -^i,v o?v ^RegistrarGeneral?'^  I  TjmdRegistryOlflce, ������     1  /      ..���������,,>    ^j     ���������  ',*.���������������  *-4. *, -. ^' \H:.  l\iry '."ty'j/^i   K ��������� I I'V ������.I.k :v-^i -vi,,.,- ..*..     ?;  . ��������� Housb o? AasBMBLY, 2d August, 1872.  pdattract from5 Enles/rel^tiye^tb Private Bills.  IP60; All applications for pHvate^Bilts, properly, the  anbjecfcibf^ legislation/by the -Iiegislative Assembly of  BfcitiBhiCoiumbiaj .within thepurTioWof & The British  North America Aqt;.1867,U whetherforjthe erection of  KBridge^ the.raaking/Of:a:Rallroa"d, Turnpike Road, or  ;f  msi  yy '/r^o/suf  :,f-/I i f'-^vj>v  '*������������������ V!"sr.V.ii������V*-?*", ,  :i.tSs,;:i  will  bo' always carfifully Jattended to./and the best  Beds and accommodation  provided- for thefr^?ctts*  'ZLi.  2/ ifi'^iegratc^^^H^' Z   ���������  :;>.   .:; iDecIared by Connoisseureto ha,+���������������,-,  ny    .THE VONLY^.GOOD .SAtJOB,*>  t'  ������.-���������; Caution against Kraudl^Tbe sn,ccep������fof th||  ,moBt/ delicious* :������������'<!*::��������� urirlvidlc.dVCoadlmpnt-h4v!htY  anAtoJo.Oi.t^} tpj^ na^iiaica upon thewb&jhji  liABBLl, 8TOPPKR,-aO d Bo'TVLK.   "..-. ' '��������� v j/ -4   . ���������;    r  - |'Some of the foreign marVetH having bcen'suppJi^  ,^|th a epurlous ^orcoster^ljij^Sftjea'.,upon'the smp, i i  per and labels of wnichtlio .'naineapf Le������ and Perriat ��������� |  'him ^Pan^forgei,% t'^autt J p;* ,gi y^o ^i}>t ic^hat:^;  :liavie.:far^" ' s *������ '" -..-> ��������� - ........       ���������   ���������.  attofneytJ  *B^bTUa.KR������|  tjilhs  AsW'fdrMi'E'A ^&^ERIlINS-?TBance''rind W  Name on ;"Wrapper** Label," Bottle,:aci  ��������� Stopper. ,;./-,v -^y^.:^y^ ^/ju^^yiZ iTni^ './   -1  I ,V������\h ol es a 1 e and fpjr g rp ojr t Jt> y 1 b.f. Propr! etora ������������������ Woi������  ������?e*teYfCr6s8^iln d:B1 alefcwein'London'f*t^vl������feVi*!"' -  ay Grooers andOllmen jaivtiveallr  yyyyyyy/yyyyy^  mHiajmiOiANi)l������wiLiik^OT  any ^particular irado; ��������� or calling, or of any Joint. Stock  Compapy;',or'..oti^������JiFis^^r]^4Q������ltig: to any individual  :or '��������� iridiVtd u'alaan^exfef usivb or psculiaf ri gh ts orpriy-  jleges whateyeri or fbr doing anyv matter, or 'thing  .which;ih;>fts ppe^  ^rty^f ^tenparti es^i ;^r/roIato^  ;of the'eommuuity;/or for 'making any amendm^n t df a'  lifco-nature t^^ny former ict. shall require/a'Notice,  jcl&arly? J&ndydi^laotljri8p.e6|I^ih^ thenatu re and obj ect  |of( thejapplicatlon^ tojberpu^lished; as .follow^.viz/.:.> c /  cc.r^ptlcg/inaerted��������� in the^BritislivGolurnbiaGazfttte^  |then'in ac newspaper;:  }which^newspap^r<is)oublished.;^ y y/:  ;.. ,^'y-t  ,.''3 .-���������.-���������.���������    ( r'AMTT, circu nuuee suau-.upi.-cuBiiDiic.a in eaca caao^ior  Sept^ 17���������Recorded in fftVOr Of Ah   "Wlnpr, ^'period of ,at leastUx weeks, during the Interval of  tnll e ^boye/mou th ,p,f:��������� ,ere������S^ and on ^hejr   k A  iana'iaS^df^^i^'^  ;���������..- .|,;/M:t ^*V ***vr'i .���������Viv> 1^*jA'.a- yis^. .u,J v/^iM.,-^-*..' ���������.!;    v .*.  '���������yy-yZyy.-'i'"-'\-3ratEiicff- (SBii ":': " -;w;<  Hochb;oo^l^ptftg^^ecpraed of  'ib#: F. Wyatt,*l hill/claln^xp^^encfap att the  lo Wer H ne of theinbobti' co��������� iran d ninnlng do wn  i!treani/ltt0; ftel';- to; be wofkhd in eonjiinoticm  ^ith.an&^om^ 22yi:';..;'  ';:.-';-:--:;^;^,:;^aOTi^R-cRi^ff.; :-;"".?:"''*- ���������  ��������� Sept'Si���������Reebrdedin favor c>f Pierre ^aipn  iand Bun Tack^-bench claims'on'a; tributary  'Of An tier, abou 16 milea from Grouse creek.  October 4-rRecordedv in favor, of ,.T-  W.  ;f?onantM bill claim- on/eaat aide, commoncing  about l&:]������������te-bel^ ninnintr,  'dawnrstreaWl66'fee  t ,Mc^awl^y;v,co.^pctp^  nepifl Ciaytjpao#Mfr; creek claims j at bead of ^ed  Roc^'Fiuml^''';;.-". yyyiyyyyy        ;;.^..f'S  '..' 'i% yy j *f* d ^^Lwmx^mxs^ & :..-���������>���������-.: .-.'���������-  in favor of Jsaac^fiipsett Robert! LipfletV,  Hn.RK,,(Sntnote;;-a^^  ifljalms cbmn>ene1nj������^^ fe^all^e/the  ^outh pfTsaid jpreek, also two hill claims* on  and* tbefconsideration 'bf-the petition  I r:6l> vBefore'iany Pteti ti oh ��������� prayiiaij for, teav������ tp-bring  iinXPriya'te-Bill for^ho,erectionVof/a Toll"Bridge'\is  jpr^ent'ed/to'tlie HbusV, tlfc'pprsbri'ot persoha^ihterid-  ������ing tb/petitibhifor such1 Bill -shall; upon*giving^tha: nd-i  ���������tlce prescribed in-the; preceding;Rule| also ai the same  jtimcjian^i n^thc s������me rnanne?, give notice .of, ta a ratps,  [wtilcii' they fntend to "aslc,, itie ex'tjent' oi the pHvilegb^  jtaey height! of/the- arches^ tho' j njterval. between' /the  abutments or piers for theJpassage of rafts or vessels,  and montiosing also whether they/.intend- to-\erect a  [drawbridga^r^nbt, and Abo. dimensions of the aama.'  l/yiyyy^}'y   ���������>"'\\ cHARi^siGoou.^ ->: ?  8021101' '���������"���������-. 'Clei&of'theLeglslativb Assembly.-  gams  ^%0l ���������>- - y ':-���������������������������*'s i';.������:.ii:;,J'i ; '���������/ ./l  ,%*?&*  >y np\   '���������'������������������y.'r��������� ������ -^..{;"^ ������-s. -if ^">#;iy.> 1 ���������'^'���������^ i"**-' t.- 11  iLiifei^/ofe/������  5Co ma&e room for Spring Goodi���������  y)y  VMf.--  :'--.��������� '<vr"f������Vf i ������������������:;"--;f^:Si:;-.v';>-.;tl}5~I^il-^-fySg:?' '-li-^v>>������;:.;;.-;  rche' npersfgn*a 'belw^totfhfortn theWrim  [M:yy;fy^  V  The Celebrated  v^ttix-  MFftE'SWT:QR:bUND:/^^  j:   ��������� -'.    ..   /   .--.     -   - ���������- - . r; ' f -���������:. v. ������-  AsupeVlbrarticle"to any whichcah'b^haa^frrrni^hi^  low^ Roasted and Ground on tlie premises- from' tb<*  best selected benies^ and. warranted free from adul  era tion,;    ,   '' ' , '.,      ' - -   ., ���������   .':-,  ;jei7yyyyyyy ~\y-y"- jig. goodsok :^  l/SELi^riaftAiaji  Th6v!fdl|6^n^ el^  lectedvftr>Mihers":���������  ^^S?Wof^**e*k idaN^jOlJtanf bill  clw.iBa.aMtffoere^&ctaiafl,'^''''' ,i-> -'���������f;���������:^';" *  ARE!pfe*parea:to,furnish I/orober:at their' Mllteir  n ^illiani t!reek| or deli ver it id order." .?���������;:v  I ���������' I1'-' ��������� ������'���������      :������������������ .. ;������������������������������������.-''i I;.'-;        -.'. '.  BEG TO ANNOUNCE THAT THRY HAVE REMpy^R;  ��������� .to the spacious rpreniises fbrinerly known as. tte,.  Sk; Georgo Saloon, - where tbeyr* w 111 bo at all ti mes  -prepared to furnish'  Tlie  BAR  '    furnished ��������� withj|thc 'flnest WINES  i.iQUORSand CIGARS. -; i }/-i->'  Board* - $14'p6B l^eek  ; Z:W$iim  .; Haying a Haa'  also furnish  achlno fia bpetatioa^ey^l5'  I fit'aa  ,*-.'.������:  ��������� - -WblTem1:  *<1 iv-f/t.tW-"'-  A:_ fine'8elec(ibri: of ���������  "i:z t--*WO������TBii&  AS'B.  M/'ili'i'j^-t  A fine/assortment of  ���������  SMar-rbot Pi^esv  . ufkr- Call and examine':  Goods will behold VEllVG&nA? forCafih.;  -' *-!  '*'.'*���������  pmm^iW^  ^^������  Hi  'fcliU'.trub ^WA^T&^StfgI'rTmVfr9t3t4VI&tftf*t9mT*ti  P

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