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The Cariboo Sentinel Oct 24, 1874

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VO ^'4r*S"| Bil!^'  I;'.Soda Cncki Jun^{i2t 19.74,t:  ;"��������� piLblic,HQtiG3..;  ' .ThOH UA'K���������;��������� ^ iunnauuu ���������������������������������* ���������*-��������������� ���������""���������"   ���������������������������.���������=. ,,   ������  m^y;y:ar, H>A,yyy-^~ ^y������yy      ^        '"'  ar^msV'' -  ^vJesoy;  ) ^ tlio publiq Uiat-Uiey have-ojjcued a X2A2A/.,   '.,, *���������'  :; '^alooii ail1 BaiKer^Bl ;;i;  y..M*������ .(Onedoor.below'tho������iiOiTaeOFFICE-,);:'   r >  /ir'thVsKltfor'^WI^sl'BIWORSand'OtciAIl^  of.tho?besUqualUyi*.;^) -.   *-\k ":.-? ��������� ��������� !';*,;?y,i-i'1/  MS?,. oitsli'B/iifeABtll;  I^&/Biltfal|3,y,^   .  tirOpeM'Slippers,  T cKt.'i'HO'X/UdaIj-^;  .i^F;.vsi;svnooTiK3.p;-.lu'.*  w  ;yy  ..rhUiyulUjO ������r (.^^doi ^���������JvnSlH^t^r;������^.t!oB������  =lf.ges.:.v;hnt<*.<r.y^; ��������� ^ J^ lhe ri-ht or prop  which iti 'st^      '."SeUnv particular, -ola*  - AN<'tio^in^������'1:;;';;:.,u:ml:i;,;l;;i in tiIl������.!i^c.tM,v������;  .IiAulws  c.������uo   _ii.,^l ,. ,, Utoiwtuimt^jrv^:.1]1^  T3hnPT*   CyOii^-10   c ���������  ?^Nt4 WHiTE SHIRTS, ....  ���������V^Sft&K"^  YorkTiniw.-*i.Wy**Mil"l;ASi "*���������    -   ' "--'W���������-.D....W.ys^v.   ^^5rWimb3Jil"B8tatei --;  .Rpj.WlieM.v , ::/���������y^A,>:'-������, .;.������������������������  V.:.      1   * ?ivw*& J.������^������**m*!^������I������������i.������;������''w M "ll! t,bov������ *"* '  ,11,;,c;������^^-j^ ;;;,,;.;; *wwu" : &sss&-���������'  tee ^ti!ng i*t tile UuiMlPg.a^^'  '-'"���������a  rl:  5 I  I I  r is  S I  II-  /;/  '^! ���������������������������  ;���������;���������  AS :  ^.!    ���������  i       !  IJ  ! I  i.  '!���������!  11  The 'Cel^^sd;;X?X :;Al0  whU. AA<>'yA^yyi}>m^t^,^  uiUiii.iMli'ufi'iV,11^, .r.'���������....;,... ���������:.v:;.,-iij.- : ; '  fie fit Li^or^itCisar'S  florisUmtly teptou'luimV    .        _. f     ,-y   - I  .&;'-Lo'dgm| jepament *l  flffi GARIBOO SEffTMEt  ~~   SATURDAY, OCT. |24. 1874.       ~~  THE  AVATER-STRETCHES OF THE  .  FRASER.  We lately drew attention to the astounding:  scheme for utilizing the water-stretches of tbe  Fraser propounded by the editor of the Victors Colonist, and we see that tbe New  Westminster organ of tbe Mackenzie Govern-  meiii is laboring in the same direction, but  tbe scheme as explained, by. the: latter is  divested of those extraordinary engineering  end nautical features which. the Victoria  . oigartberaided in sncb a btgb-falutin stvle.  .      We now Jeara thai Mr  fceeh commissionedtiy the Dominion Govern  ment to ascertain by a close survey thepos-  fiibility of opening the navigation of tlie  Fra*8er from Big Bar wp to Soda Creek,  and this done, Mr Wright proposes to go still  further and utilize tbo remainder-of, the  ' water-stretch between. Big- Bar arid Yale.  From Big Bar- to Li I lopet, the Ti ver is im pos j  *ib1e of navigation, and a portage of abou t  40 miles; would have to be mV.de iri order to  reach JJllopetj- and from thence to Boston  Barit is thought very little work would be  reqnired to*remove;tbb obstacles-������o..navigd  tion. From Boston .Bar to Yale another portage of 25 miles, thua reducing tlie land travel  between Yale and Quesnelmouth to about 65  miles.yV / A:y.yyX: ^;./...;;_/.. -.,..--���������  We underetind ,/Mr > Wright considers  th at bis. schexbe:-can; be /carried out at a  moderate outlay. ��������� There dan be no doubt  tbat.it would largely assist in developing-tbe  resource**''of a large section of country, and  its importance, in tb������ absence of rail way  communication, especially to. the mining dis  triet of Cariboo, cannot be overrated; Tbe  saving, in time and, expense in transporting  freight-to Cariboo would be large, and  farthers arid s!ock-raisers oh the.bankb''and  valleys of the Fraser would. be enabled to  send their surplus stock and produce to the  markets on the,seaboard, .which they, are now   ^"harvoA: from ���������tJom^f. in eo*wr<j������fci?c������ of tfi*������  prosenfe slow and expensive means oflocomotion } although'it is doubifni whefh'erthis  ineanp .of.. cornmun ication,.with its portages  and transhipment, will not bet op expensive  to enable them to compete with Americans  /in the lower country markets.   '..  ���������   But we cannot separate /this scheme for  utilizing   the water-stretches of the  Fraser  from Mr Mackenzie's wafer stretch system of  franscoj^inenfa? eommunipation.. There can  rM be; the least doubt that the Canadian  Premier wil endeavor to force that system  on British, Coinmbial as an ; equivalent for  the  railVayr-unless  ine   Brown   Recipro-  t Hy Treaty is aba^donei;/ The Dominion  Exchequer���������������������������;:Ja^  that a hundred millions ofdollars can be ex  ponded onipubiic/worifs slipup  dry Treaty(be;carri^ihtb^n^������ five for six  millions of dpllars/ihth  maintenance of a transcontinental telegraph  line, and\ one^ or two;;hundred millions of  dollars for the construction of tbe: transebn  tineiituL rail way.   Of course, (he trifle re  qtiired for the improvement of the navigation  of the Fraser would be a mere bagatelle to  the magnanimous /Mackenzie; Even in the  article in' which Mr Mar kenziVs New West-  minster organ favors us, with his ideas on the  will not follow the course of Mr Mackenzie's  organs in tbis province by denouncing it.  as tbey have done (lie public works undertaken by tbo Local Government, simply from  a spirit of factious opposition. The utilization of so much of &e Fra6er as is practicable between Quesnelmouth and Yale would  be a great benefit, and  we hope to see the  scheme, pushed, to .a.;8UQcessful._issne. No.  fear, be apprehended that tbe new route  would interfere with the vested interests existing on the present road. Branch road9  would be made at different points to connect  with the river, and farmers in the interior  thus enabled,to reap tbeir share of the advantage, to be derived from the speedy transport of tbeir produce to different markets.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  >    NOTICE.     '  DURING IMt .ABSENCE FROM CARIBOO MR L  B. FISHER,.\gi*nt of the Hunk or British Columbia, bolls my Power-of-Attorney.  FRANCOIS LALLIER.  October 17,1874. ' ._^__-  ������������������.-  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  A COURT OF G-ENEWAL, ASSIZE  AND  il   Gaol n������|Jv������ry, and uf .Nisi Prius, will bo bold at  RIC������iELD. oh MONDAY, tac 26th day of  October next, at 11 o'clock In tbe foreuoon.  |" ttoied 32th Octobrr"l874.  Jiy coinutanti,  JOHN ASH,  Provincial .Secretary.  :    ���������    CONKLIX ������UT<CH.  The Macpherson bo. is getting ready to  sink. White'Pine co. sinking a new shaft  near the old tunnel. .Ferguson co. had 254  oz. last week, an d .14-1 oz. ii p to F rid ay no on  of this wWk. Ontario co, bad 115 oz. lust  week; and 70 oz. up to Friday noou.  ��������� ,    :     "'-"'"   WHXUMS ORKEK.  . The Ballarat co. has struck a- block of  ground which it is thought will pay trom 5 to  6 oz. to the set,  AN'TI.KR CREEK.  ; The Nason co. have run across the channel  and btruck the rirn.  ; LIGHTXIKG CRKEK.  YanWinkle co. had 98 oz. last week and 75  oz. on Wednesday. Victoria co. hid 160 oz.  lastweek. Vancouver eo. had 2o.'J oz last  week and 75 oz. on Wednesday. Vulcan co.  .35 oz.hist week ; one of the drives is improving in appearance. "Eleven of England co.  have wheel-pit and shaft-house roofed iu.  PKTKRS CKKEK.  The company prospecting on Feters creek  have struck the bedrock pitching very steep  into the hill.  -NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  ,/     V    -      BAS.Ofer HAND  A WELL ASSORTED STOCK OP  er's Notice.  fl  OTIGE   13   HEREBY  on and alter tho  GIVEN   TEAT  Coifrmx Gclch Pitch. -The contract for  constructing a ditch from the lower end of  the Williams Greek Bedrock Flume Company V ditch to the head of Conklihs Gulch  was, a warded to Mr Samuel Walker at. $1 10  per rod. . .   \ :/  i Barnard & Co/a Express will arrive early  ibis morning. Passenger list:���������Judge Gray.  Registrar Pool ey-,1 and Mr Davie, for. Bar kei-  kerville; Messrs, Leslie, Uowe. -Bell, and  Uawliugs, for Van Winkle ; W. Furrist and  A. T. Ward aud wife, to Clinton.  Tkxada Inquiry.--The report of the Commissioners exonerates the gentlemen accused  of coi r up t ..'��������� p'rao ti ces by Mess rs. Ro bso n an d  HigginsoftUe Victoria ColohiHt/  imi^  FIRST DAT OF NOVEMBER NEXT,  all Claims In tbe Cariboo .District may br-laid over  until the 20th M.ty, 1875, Ruiij ct t<������ thp'Otli Soctlim  <������f tho Gold AliLiu^ Auiuudmeut Act. 1872.  U. M   n\XJh  Gold Commi?vi>iii'*r.r;:  Richflold, 7th October. 1874. ikjIO  V"OTlCR TS HBRF.B1' GIVEN TIT AT APrMCA-  ii tion will be iujiiIc ul the iwxi. S<*ksK>ii uf tho  r.c*Kislalivc Assembly of the 1'ruviucu of British Columbia by tlio .  WILLIAMS   CREEK   MRD-flOCK  FLUME  AM) DITCH COMPANY (Limiied),  for an Act to renew In favor, of the .������;iul Ooinpiny f<r  n lartlior period of t������vo years fMin the 23Hi i.;������v or  March, 1S76.. all and sinful ir tlie ri^lus, p'rivil *������cs;ind  ix^n-.fiisoonlorrBM upon them by tils Ci \Vi.liaiiuCrock  Flnni:������.0rilinanw4 1S6G "  October 2, IS74 fjc3  6LOTHING,  PATENT MEDICINES  COME ALONG. WITn YOUR CASH  /S8- AND GET nARGAINS. ^0.  Exchange  i/y*_ii  MADAME    BEND1XEN  HAVING Opened the above Saloon, returns her thank.-s for.p;tst favi.r.^ urij ho|>.'s by  ,'Rogers. & Wilson,  (Successors to D. Kurt2 & Oo.J  IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN  LIQHOES,  GiaARS,  TOBA0CO,  ;; provisions,  Dry Goods and Clothing.  CLINTON   EXTRA. FLOUR.  4RT AIi;o*������f!*'of tbo Best Quality and at ihcj  Lovrest Prices.        . *  D'irk4'rvlJl.\ AHy 0. nu.p fl.n  iiyuvuij ins  in naiTisH (;0Li:.\n;r,v.  ty merit .1 contiuu-  'Fresh ...Supplies  BECEiVED BY EXPRESS  .atthe /���������'-. ;.; ���������"- ���������-' P-':" ���������'  .BiftKER VILLE  DRUG STOil  ind strict .'at'-mion to busiuoaS  a tion of Hie same.    A  READING-   ROOM  ht^p10'1 v ^ Sal- on' vv1,ich U W������ed wkiMh.  latest lVnmlic. is an [ Nlsvsp.;ipi.rs. ��������� sc^g {���������,  tbm been insffueled by Mr \V. Nobdbekg  :   to sell.by Auction, at itorkerviJiu,  OX THIIRSDAT/Ihe;29^  at.12 o'olocki; noon; *���������������������������:"'     ���������  yy- /4!" 'v/ ������������������.;������������������;������������������:���������" v:=-������f; ':���������������������������> ���������, ���������:��������� :-.y-  K  OSHiOpO  STAN'LRF, - -  TJG.JIT^IXG CREErC  7^  IC  Consisting of  WATCHES. RINGS, EARRINGS,-  .  BROOCHES, LOCKETS, GOLD TENS,  The best Liquors & Cigars.  FRESH   BREAD,   PIES  and Cakes, daily.  JOHN AJAHRER,  PURE^DRUGS,  SPECIFIC  MEDICINES,  Ai. EN(; USUi; FRENOi I A ND AM ERICA N  PAT  AS GEEAP AS AMY Sf ORE IH THE  F f.KSn R RtTS, 't ./in I a <ti* H kjf. u r; Ik tai no t lo \>4  p rvc ;u-.. u .Viir th oC /Frnco;      :    :'; / ^ :  STATIONERY, 't'KRFUVERV, CUTCERt  Warm STREN G THEN ING PfASTEllS fur  back andebe t.  LIGHTNING   GREEK,  _ DK. CHIPP cm be cnnsullmi on VM Crack  BV i-M \r >(JNn.\ y MOitKI N(;, uu til '.noun .-  IUrk��������� rvHU-. July 22. 1874.  Fraser, we i,ee the ^amlonnxmt or inMotie  S.r Join A  MacUonald-8 railway policy fc  ^h^qtemedu, ������stupid. b,c���������������Slit wild  involve the Dommion hopelcwlr   <  T  and Mi- Miicken^ in JiZTJ '" ivhi'  However, vro will.minpose tbis tmmv.���������  ta?t for Ihe loss of infers on the oX  wbicii would httre iak,vi place if tlle milwiy  nad been comrnenced in accordance with IN-  promises of Sir John A. Mscdonald." and  hok: at it ns aTahiable public woth   We  WATGR, KEYS, WATCH GLASSES,  ...PERFUMERY, PEN KNIVES,  CLOCKS, MEERSCHAUM PIPES.  A  SPLENDID  REGULATOR  CLOCK,  8  ���������< days.   Also,   . . .7  suture-and Fixings.  GEORGE '.BYRNES;  Auctioneer.  1  -AT TUk  OLD YANWINKLE STORE  oc24  A L m.^oMivv 1^������ ?ave left Watches with  tliei  TWENTY-NINTH OCTOBER,  or thoy will te sola to p:iy charges,  og24  Zeep on hand everything  Barkerville, Oftobtr 'i0, 1874,  Tliff p������1mnnge pm MlJfwi?*1 oxton������Ie<l to tlio f  my 15 (hn  TKE FOLLOWING  ������������������OTaACT.Faoki  tin tea 15 tli M.iy, 1ST2, from an oM iiil>al>l-  taut of Hurnlngslmm, near W-rmlnatcr,  Wilts:  M I mil?! ni?n b*c to siy (hat jrbnr Pills������ra  an ('XC'*ll-'Dtmo<llcln'i fi>r m<������. nti������( I (vrtaf'ily  cloi'iij ������y utm I hfrflth, S'Hini p1"'-|i, ml ������  ^5i>������l .ippi'ifte. TU\# in awing lo taking yum  Pill*.. t am TS jRiir* o|.|,  '*.Ui'mnihing, Gentlemen, yours vry ro-  ^iv������cl{ully,        .   . - L. S.  I'o t.,u Proptl-aora of      ��������� ������--������������������������",  MORTON'S CAMOMILE PILLS, LONDON  ;      y'      --"airif ly  ���������  "First-clajss Steam Engine  for Sale.  P0R PALR, TriR FOREST ROSE "STEAM EKGIXR,  I     with HoLstliifr Geiir complete.  CARS. RUCKB1VS,TtcK^MINFNa. RLACK-  SMI PH, AND CARPI3NTBR TOOLS,  ���������AV1>������������������  5,000 LAGGING  ARCHIBALD JJOKROK).  My 25.  ^Sil*W  Ig"' SATURDAY, OCT..24, 1������74.  LAST   NIGHTS   REPORT  CLINTON RACE&  Clinton. October 23���������Tire following fs tbe  tppiiH of the Clinton races which came off on  tbe 21st and 22d i : *    -  FIRST DAT.  ',;. FirBt Ikee���������Hatf Mile���������$$0-j.Won by Cre  Diorne beating Dixon's Trifle.  Second Race���������Quarter Mi!er-$90���������Won  by Shoemaker's Juck Atiuer beating Trifle  ana* Gray Prince/   'Ay      /"  Third Race���������Mile heata, best 2 In 3-r-$M0  ���������Won by Bulger Dick ;;*'. Creraorna 'din la need  in 2d heat/wlnhihsr; 1st beak Time of 2d  beat. 2 minutes. ;1 peconrl;    ''������������������."������������������'  Three quartet^  Won by (jlrajr PiSnce *beftting; Ringbolt and  flijckskin,   ���������   '���������-/���������<���������/ ;  fills .closed ibe first <3?*y'a sport.���������/;;;..'  ��������� -."'-...'.' '...;������������������ ,^c#*d &A;r.2y ���������'. Ay;';,;.;, ��������� _ .  Indian Race^Tlalf Mile^$25-y\Von by  Kami oops eream horse./', -       -_;. -.,  Si'cond Race���������One.,* Mi!e^$100~Won by  Oregon Dick beating Cromorn>.*/v  Third KHce^Three'qiiiirter^Mile^$105 ~  Wtin by Oregon Dick;beaiing Kinjibo^, Gi^ay  Prince, and ihe.KaitnIq{ip^lndiiin;M������'r^//'/. A  Fourth .lluce~Mile-j$55~VVoir'by Jack  Miner bensimr. Trifle an cl Jenny Lind. : ������  Filth   Race-MMinfoii   DiTby-^SllO���������Won  bv Muteer. Dick beaiinir Brunswick.  y\Si\lh Raoi'4-Hhir: Mile, heuU~$25���������Won  by Nicola L..ke burse. \_    .  Dixon leaves 'to-morrow for keremnos wltb  ()reg<m IHck and ijulir������*r Uiek. ������wl be m'ty  g<> from llnuv/ to Victoria; Trifle was aicfc  and unfit to run. " / ��������� X '  Il baa Leru snowing andrainingnearly all  t'w'' :azx2 :-y2AiyyAAiAysx:y;yxx. -yy -y  r:Zyy:rj%JQJiJA^\  Victoria. 15vh- in Megio:sculi boat race today bc:iveen/ liurrard/Iii lei' and Vancouver  I-i md, fi������r $f>0. di*{ance two mile?*, tbe race  Was won byXyt cLoan ������d Burrard J tilet;  "v;.:  COMMmU)ATION^fTll VICJORJA^.  Ltconuur,l 20jli -The/c^ble/between San  J mm mid Sydney Island* has boon, succession v laid by^Snperlutemb'iit MeMickiuir. and  comV'unlustinti; with Victoria direct was re-  Btorod^il C p.jU.: ',;/���������// /.; /.._/'/���������,���������. .';  A  '        PASSENGERS/'      '"  :'-  Per steamer L������>s Ang^lov;from San Fran-  ti^'o fur Vie; on a i)ei������d)or20 :r--Mrs Wilson,  F. J Biiiia^l.A!rTiMihyuiM/MUs Miry ikown.  ���������kr* f.Mtz. Mr VmiOurker. Win. Fisher and  \\ ife. S.A Jones.'Mr* Junes, Samuel Fletcher.  w!t������������ mt) child y'" | >."'-H������i>ct������*������UlorV"^iBihil'-.wif*������.;--Mr?-  1/t r r' i n and , chi I <l. I >r. < 'r ��������� m ks; J as. Orosseti.  'I,. Myi������r ������nd wife; Mrs J. H. M i.1 lor and  htM{iier%;M^a;Ti/Williams.; CH. Lange and  brother,T!J0s/O?Nt>iIi; aiid a lUi-g.? nuiuber in  the Blporajje.     /  Mii^qui^ Oct^r 2l^V;ictoria pajjm of  2^tcontain ><ie;1o!fowirigiiem  The Oon/ini<sl<in "HfTpi>iiited to inqiiire Into  \)w Texad  Court on Wednesday nexfc before Chief Jus  ticeBejjbie.  tMr McLennan, contractor, has about completed Section 2 of the New Westminster and  iale wagon road.  '!iv;\;/^i.y/|EUROPfl������  / Bayonne^Oth���������There is no truth in the re  port of the assassination of Bueldand Ihe cor*  respondent of the New York Times.' and Gi"  rardvthe representative of (he English Car-"  list; Cora rait tee,  ���������London, 20tb-^A fpecial to the Times from  Spain says negotiations for the surrender oi  the; Carlist battalions eominande<l bv Cur-  nans and Gen ad a lm re o p \y.\ n-n i ly fo i fed.  Thestory of a rising iijrain?! Don Carlos i<  false. ~- It originated Is ���������' ihe conducr ������.f an ec-  centric member ol Hie Curlist pjovincisil de-  phtation who sp������������ko d^rwpectfiilly of i)oit  Oarlos(and suh^'qui'ijUv arlvocuted penco.���������  A proposal to shooi him* caused preiit exciie-  ment amongst his frinndr*. which U the. onlv  foundation for Hie, report.  TheOarlists on Monday burned a manufactory a nd S: > m e li p ii s������:s w i i h i u a igb i of th e He -  publicans before lis 1 boa.  CANADA.  Injjersotl, 0.. 21>t- A. S. Mi1!ei>N pork-  paekinp eslablishinent in ihe oiliskirisof Mo*  town, was | oi ally dost ru>*od by fire io nieht.  A.portion of the-.conteiit.s saved. Properly  insiired../-';'  -.'���������'WWM��������� III I >.���������*���������������.���������������  diet fully  John M.  a If -i ir, I|m reported. and the ver  xoiiei ates all '.tlie parties accused  Elkfel������,melte;r and assttyer in the  Stin Francisco Mint, committed suicide on  1 lie IH-i h..: He. w as 45 year������ oId an (| in good  worldly ���������condition. Kxeruciaiiuf tortures  f������*om neuralgia impelled hiui to ibe sbocking  deed/ ���������    '*"'. /---./'��������� v   X. '-'- '._���������'    '"/."  At Ihe very time tbe Provincial Fair was  held at Toronto wiih preatsiicress .a local  one Whs held at Loudon at wliicli about nine  thmisiind eniries were made and $11,000  given ������iway in pifes.  Dtion Waller Prontor, an Enjriish author,  beilerkunwn as BarrV Collnwail,'died in Loudon on the 5ib. iu lifs 84tb year., .  . , :  Mr Win. Liceiis, one oi the discovers of the.  Casslar gM fi. Ms, sails for Australia in the  bark AV. II. Ih^ie, ...��������� %.     ;. P-. v^ y.' w-*������^������i  Stoiiirier Otter will -sail for Port wrangci  on Sunday next.  A deposit of two hundred dollars was pu?  Up at St, Nicholas saloon yesterday by Henry  Kaiinders and Archie -MttCottneH for a race  lor $500 between Howard's Reindeer and  irWmiielVs marellmnmiti^ Hird,io come otf  .on Tib November on Jjeacon Hill course.  11 is eelinmted Hint the salmon canned on  the Fmser this year \vili reach ih value 8250,-  OOft/aufl next year $500,01)0.:  ��������� i5kee.na river tins sent $45 towards  tbe  Criclgw defence fund. .   '  Contracts Were completed in Ottawa on Ibe  15 th inst! for tlie en tire telegraph line across  ttic continent. ,-        '  Five hundred rfie^p were eiiffocfttrti ^by  nlkiSi dust in enstern Oregon while being  driven down lor the Victoria market.  The case of tho Bishop of Columbia Vs.  Deau CrUlge .frill be tried tu lue Supreme  Canada can or "cannot absorb more than  30,000 to 40,000 annually,'-1 content myself  with calling' attention to the fact that from  1860 to 1870 Canada did rtofc absorb any population at* all."-As for this pel iod Canafla  failed to make good the ordinary miliiral increase, it is clear Hint more people miwt have  left the country thun entered it.  Not only lias Ihe balance of immigration  for tbe past ten: years been againat Canada  as lV^anls-ninnheni, hut she has also snlfered  a Berioiis loss aa regards quality, She has  lust part of thefiiwer of the country���������yoiin^  men inured to Coioniul .iife and full of energy  and ambition., and their places hare been  largely fllieit by an inferior class of people.  In 1870; out of 24 706 irninigrants; 9.*87.  about 40 per cent., were sent out by benevolent societies. Whilst according the highest  adnv.tMlion to those noble women.who,-moved  by deep jnif for tbV* suilferihjar poor, hii've res-'  cued many.ihousancls from an existence coin-,  fori.lesis aiid dreary, and opened out to them a  fuiurc gladdened with hope, we have in  ticktmiyledgH .that, the patijier population of  Kuffland, embodying' tbe weaknesses and  frail lies wliicli Bpring from extreme "poverty.  cannot be considered an equivalent eilher as  regards udaptabilily, self-reliance, and physical,inentid, and moral development for lliose  hardy Canadians who have left thelr-nalive  Country.   ���������".  To the yonnor Dominion, with its reputation  already u mis bed by- an at le muted repudiation, a further 'cominued  pted rep  ������\verinff of the  We continue;our extracts from .MrWH?on*s  nampblefc/ cbmmenctng- nt tliat part, which  the author; says contains "Statistics somewhat  Iififmiiiating to Canada,"���������!liar is to j-ay, tho  fi gii res sh o w a; 1 ai-ge fa 1 li 11 g oft l u the in crease  of tbe popu lation pf Can ada:  k     LOWER; CANADA���������0.1; KB KC ..  /Population/  i84l-y66l;H8p,y/  1851^-./,863.86bj 30.G per ct. ratio of increase.  iN6i~i;iii;5t;oV28.G   u     *���������        ���������*  1871T-lil91.57o, 7.2 * only.  i /Il will be observed that whilst; ihe province  iticreiised ���������-. 247.706* bet woen 1851 aad 1 Sli I, i t  lidded only;8l)i0p|)from IStfl.to 1871, a fall;-  inj? oii! in the increase of 1K7.697 in this de-  cenhial period compared with the one pre-  'cedb'ig.//; yA/ZyA  ���������i     ,upri-:n Canada���������-oxTAiiro.-     ' : ���������' '  ��������� '///������������������vP-^pt'daiion. ,  ���������     ���������  Wiiyy4i(iir:^u   ���������"  ': \~ ���������  I8ol���������; 88S;840; 9.1.01 per ct. ratio of increas'ldocade :  iS<,l^lia9U:0!Vl;,57.OG     "       f " ]ftri      f  \p \A\ .1)20,851. 10iH&     "     only; l ",J  yXlt'wiil. b> oiist-ryed that wbiL-1 0ntario in-  crea^ell:5U7-251 "iiiei-weeii 1851 and ISui, il  added.oniy.224;7(l0 frota lStU to 1871. a fall-  iitg.ufK. io .ihe iticreaho t������f 282.41)1 in tiiis de-  cennial periud compared wiih the oae pre-  Ceding.  -,' If 'Will also be .'observed that Ihe falling nOT  In increase as regiids numbers was Jar  greater in Ontario than Quebec.  Taking the Canadas'culledively. we find  th.i.LwheVeas between 18.10 arid 18m the pop  lilaiion increased 7o4.[)57 or il> per cent., between "18G0 and 1870 tfi������ increase was onlv  3;)L769 or a trifle over 12 percent. Notwith-  stautlitiff that the immteration between 16*10  and 1S70 wrs within H,000 of thai between  iHoO and 1S60. there, is a fal!in?r off in the in  crease between 18b'p and 1870 of 450.1S8 as  compared wilii the iucrcisc between ISoO  andlSGO. _*:     .  To recognize the full significance or a fact  almost as alarming as a death waraihg-  namelyj"that the increase tor the last decennial period was but a iri fie over 2 2 per cent.���������  tt is necessary to note that the populalionof  Kuglaud, in spite of immense emigration, in  creased between .1SB0 and 1870 over IH pet  cent. Germany and LUssia also showed a  similar rate of increase.  Now assuming, and i think thai the assivmp-  Iron is a fair one, that tbe longevity aod  fecundity of the people of Canada should he  equal to that of England, and Ink lug into ae  count the fact that between *������"1 -'      "  Ihoral tone of the people is a gathering cloud  of gloomy peril threatening its future.  It seems1 almost a self-evident -proposition,'  propt  needing no argninent, that without people a  new conhtry : ciirini������t be dvVolop<rd. If - the  Dnminion is ever to become anything great it.  has to relain its own population and to attract, a lai'ge iuimigiation.: In neither condi-  ijoh has Ihe Dominion been so far successful.  ��������� A-������ co n cerns . fai 1 i n g to : ret it 1 ti i ts own,'- tlie  United -Stales census for 1870 sliows;us that  British North America stands fourth in.the  list of .countries from which tbe. Uiii ted; States  draws its population. The native-born British North Americans; in the'��������� United States  number 403,362, and are nearly as numerous'  as native-born Englishmen.  Referring to the valuable " Special Report  on im sniff ration" published at Washington,  1872; we find that between 1850 arid 18^0 the  British North American immigrants; into the  IStfU and 1S70  ihere'wasalartfe etnigmti.-d'. iV,im Knglund  and a large im migration nito Oanatia.  it U  evident that the rail0 of increase m Canada  ought in that period to have beeti greater  than in England.   As we have seen the Dominion census shows it to haye been less.  Her Majesty's KmigraiUm Commissioners,  in their 32d Report for 1������71, make tbe following statement: *    '  ���������'Canada cannot at present absorb more  than between au.000.and.4b.OOG emigrants aj  year, and the excess beyond that number can  obtain employment only iu Ike labor market  of the United States,"  The trulh of this .statement has been  WrorirW disputed by well-mean ing but badly  informed persons ill Canada, and Hie I jar  Book even, bus designated it in an impulsive  ixprJssion as ������ wholly gratuitous and mqus-  ^Sm away iromlhe debateabte,vague  nndmis^egionoi poadblUuai as to whether  .  u  It  l'                               ...:.���������  it  ti  '   (i  ti  Last;  11               [menfc.  session Canadian Parlia-  Doiniuiun Government.  i(   .                 ;��������� ���������   ������  u  ���������������  tire, tbey may as well bfc given for the last  2.060. Before Confederation.  IS������2��������� 3.275.  1803- 3.4G4.  18(54��������� 3.03G.  1865-21:586.  1866���������-32.150.  I8i7��������� 6.014.  1668'���������10.894;  18G0-30.02L  1870-63,340.  It will be observed that the exodus of Rrit-  ish Noith Americans unfortunately increased  instead of diminished. A larger number left  in i8(59 and 1S70 than iu the eight years preceding. '  In the Year Book for 1874 it is stated that  for the three quarters of 1873 " an unaVually  large number of Canadians���������7,500���������-have returned from the United States. This is en-  conraging, but as the number leaving the Dominion in that period is not given, no profitable deduction can be drawn from it. We  all know that it is the habit of a percentage  of successful, emigrants to revisit their native  hjih.es, but not to retnaiu permanently,  KAIT.WAVS &.XO POPULATION.  The close connection existing; between the  construction of railway sand the influx of immigrants and settlement, of a country are at  once seen by reference to figures.  Take Canada, for instance.   From 1852 to  1857 the Grand Trunk Railway was in process of building. During these six years i82.-  517 immigrants arrived and settled in the  countrv: Never since that period has railway  construction been carried on as vigorously,  and never since that period has that large  number of new settlers been equalled or indeed approached.  MACKI'OTK's RAILWAY SHAtt.  No more important question, because none  of more vital consequence to the Future of  British North America-, can possibly engage  the tbcugbtlni attention of 'every citizen of  th is Po im ni o n, th an the d is posi Li on and ca pa  city of the present Administration lo carry  out the true national policy of rapidly con-  structin^ the. Canadian Pacific Railway.,:  ������ The railway bill of the present Administration is so ingeniously framed that neither  companies nor the Government-can build the  Canadian Pacific Rail way���������and it .was framed  deliberately with this intention. Its conditions are such ns to create grave suspicion ;  and positive proof is to be found in Mr Mac-  keuzio's railway speech, tlie Goter'awea't-pro-  posals through Mr Bdirar to British Columbia,:  and tn his speech al Ottawa offi\b& Hon* Mt  Scott, Serjreiary of Slate.  The following is Mr AfaCkehzies railway  policy as -stated by himself > -  **The policy he. proposed to the country  was the utilisation of the water commnntca-  iion. and it was one he considered would,ba .,.'���������  benefieieut to the whole-.Domini otti andintha   ���������������  meantime some of the i rt teres h! ofBritish Co-   "  lumbia. untif time enabled them -by* Increased  wealth lo develop the resources of the coun*  try/-and carry .to, conipiettnn, the. enormoud  project upon whicb (ti^y:diaA''enWed:j'.   /  Now���������until tiine;enabled ibem by increased   :  wealth " to develop ibe resources of the country/' in, what way was it intended by Mr Mac* -  kenzie that British Columbia should be con-   '.  nected with ������������the water communication ?"��������� .  We learn1 this', by/huf, propoBiiU through. Mt  L'dgar-nnraely, by,a telegraph line, and" by  an extension of' British Coltfttlbk-s. wagon  road, after the.sUrveys RW,complete.!���������these -  to precede any commencement of the trans*   ���������  continental railway in BriilshColnmbia.   . .  That this is a correct rendering of Mr Mac*  kenzie's proposals, pnrp. sely involved and '  obscured by Mr Edgar,- and a fair starenieaft-"  of tlie present Administration's inlentionsj 13:���������  clear, from the Hon Mr.Scott^ (Secrelnrj of  Sate.for the Dominion) very prdnoisneed   '  si e ;cb at Oitaw ������  Referring to the Canadiaa "  Pacific Kail way. he said :���������;4I fear it will not  be built by this Government, nor by the next  Government, nor by.many a Government,to>   .  come,  'The Ministry would'have aline by  :  water aad. rail way (round Ihe SaskatcbeVanu.  rapid?) to the UoCky Mountains.- From tbera  they -would build a wagon road) through Brit*  ish Columbia.   We know that under the Confederation Act rtritisb Columbia Was 'entitled r  to the Uaiiway, bdthe hoped'; that Ihey wouId  see that it. was impossible as contemplated- ;-  aiid not make any disturbance."'.;.; / y  Unless the people deliberatelyshutthefr  eves and refuse. to/ see,��������� it "must be evident,  that MtvMackenzie has no" more intention "of!  b n i I d i rig i h e Can ad iaii Pacific" Railway ' thaa" "  has the Einperor of������������������ China.-���������.'/;,;/���������; y  Fhksh: Drugs and MW>tci\;ES;���������#e would  driw attention to the;stock of medicines re-:.;  ceived by Express artbe Barkervilie Dr.u������  Store.  This fs ah estabUshment which should i  receive tbe^snpport' of the people of Cariboo  and vicinity*. It is ably conducted/and man j/.  a ;s u fferer' woii 13 feel the wa n't o f such an in*  stitution in the upper country. .,'��������� Ay.  Sale of Watches, Clocks, Jeweluy,;&c.���������* "  ���������Mr George Byrnes will sell by pnblicaue*/-  tion  on   Thursday,   next,   29th   October*  the. whole of. the .stock in trade ot Mr Wra;,  Nordberg, consisting of watches, clocks, gold  chains, gold pens/lockets, brooches, mccr>  sell ail at pipes, &c, <&C  Royal Stock.���������The fecundity of onr Royal  Family, it will be observed by.a telegram.ia.  another column, is egain attested by the birth:  of a Prince to the Duchess of Edinburgh?  The royal lady was married on the 22d of  January last.  Cbcirf of A������3I2R.���������A Court of Assize and  of Nisi Prius will be held, at Richfield on-:j  Monday nest,- Judge Gray presiding.   ,  New Goods.���������^A 'pack-train arrived from  Quespelmonth yesterday with goods for  Rogers'& Wilson. ^  pKARSoy's Exprbss.���������An Extra stage of  Pearson's Express will leave Van Winkle fo*  Yale this afternoon.  .  .  ��������� t  .������  .:...:...-.  ''           u.  "  ���������"  '.  --    ��������� :  ' ���������  *".  ������������������ ������������������ .  ���������  ������������������.'!"?*  :.':  ���������    ���������'���������; ���������  ������������������  '.   ���������  . - - ������������������  '  '   '  v.v  ��������� - ���������  >���������  '..--.'  .   . ������������������  ,^  - ��������� : ���������  ,.  .       \ .  /���������  -  Ay  2-A:  .  ���������  .;  :'���������':..-:.'  1  2'  ��������� yy - ���������  w  ���������/���������//. :  .  ��������� . ,  '  \'  /;.--��������� '  ��������� ���������  -  -.  .-  ��������� \  ������������������'.;.       ' - '  .:.t>*  \  Nofrna.��������� Mr Lindsay, of Van Winkle, wil  act as agent for the Sentinel on Upfhtn'ng  Greek, and all orders let! With that eontieim-ri  will he promptly attended to. P Hies aft  (lie lower end wr Lightning denirous of subscribing, will idease leave their ordwrs at.-Mc-.' .  DermoltV, Stanley.. Sent by Mnil / to subscribers at the rale ol St per month, pay*  able in advance. -   ��������� '��������� 4/ y  Bgrkelkt, September, 1S69.���������Gentlemen,  I feel it a duty 1 owe to you to express my--  gratitude for the great benedt I have derived  by taking ' Norton's Camomile iPWW lap*  plied to your agent. Mr Bell, Berkeley, for  the above-named Pills, for wind in the stomach, from winch I suffered excruciating paia  for a length of time, having tried nearly  every remedy prescribed, bnt without deriving any benefit at all. After taking two  bottles of your valuable Pills, I was quite  restored to ihy usual state of health. P^ase  give this publicity for. tho benefit of tbow  who may be thus aMieted.-I am. sir, trn]^  yours/ iLxitr Allf.ss.-To ibe Propnetorr  of Norton 'a OVioMiLts 1*ilm.- . hpr������Vi^r^: y-r^ >������-  ������Tiwrjif ' ���������': ' 2' ..LIGHTING CRElk'    y ' Tr Ty: ra j -i '-^��������� tV' .   j :>i ���������7    ; -./��������� ;  , ;1^j^^;^ /^������^^^  "m  .y;:y-y:.y;-^y.;;:  }i-*'������jr-y������i  l^OTIGppS^  ,y JV lar.ge assortment o������������ft yy/y, y->jyr  A*������*iU'���������/.' y  .*"' VNE\V>,WI^fMTNSTER"?!bl5TRICT.';'-  ^in*ter.!shalRj)o; bpjnnded on (htt;Sou*ifc;by(  ;tlierSruiibern ^JWlary,of iltbeiBrflyiac#;;(.tbjf  ;*9th "fnraiiel^  ^Gr^eV:\Vos1minster l)istrt(fe,^^#1^  ' o^in* the Nbr^^  ���������l^YaleLan^  Jn-Qfe^^btnkyn'cfiiti^ifc.*'^ /:/.;//; '' //././  ���������f>f| North Lutitrt^e/; ^briytlie^ Bteoy tlie' 121tb  [$j^i#$n^Qt/^^ on tbe North  bv itiia;(^i;.Par^ol:. aml-rmllveAVest bv  /ife?4 ^T#t6>f qf $b4 m\#ti UiA&m :���������:  iftttf." / ,;yy ;;;������������������-; /RbBERt^EA^EN,^^.::   ���������  viJ.a M ^ and Worlts Offi CP4-^~~ /...._ ���������" "V  .^ Victoria, July .18UU1S7& ;f/T* >.. ��������� PP5 ������������������'���������,.  "��������� :"jfrt.i-f 5yH "���������-y/y,������i|5n*^'^yi'<y,;^- /* "''n ^y*y-*���������'���������' "v  * ��������� - 'y 'iw-flootfpwSBlirod and stored Itn ^IRE-T? ROOF  ������������������ ��������� jbE3siB'ABr-an'* -liberal a^vji^ce^^de^nisamc^'Pit  .'/-' //-;y 3?: * if/Sly ^S /-/  V^sfc-by^orlh.abnut oO;,mjlesua^an;ave(r?ige  (rat' 'cOnrsT' of -ibe "JponglaH/Portage, to. Jh^  ,Norlb:E;������st^rn/c6r!ver, ,ots ^aidvRisjrlc^^Inq^  ��������� js;������l^'"tiie ;^r^^  iriOt f'oriaholKorth ^  '-���������y-      Has'oii band a choice stock of   t  AyyAy/y y AA/Amy AAAA. xry/iyy AA PA yy yy/ yyyy/A Ayr-;  ,/'. - ^Provisions,;Groceries,..  ;.;'.' ;��������� ���������;;/;;/;wHfe{:i;ii|miH-.B^i/|; /yyAA Ayy/Ay yxyAyy/yxy  - bmk or.MTBH mm ipaic-/;  ���������*'''   HAS BEEN REitOVBD TO/'.. ;^  ������:S/^  point aoou teg. (  toOoh^ng tlie eilreme;VKor(,ber,n .point of ,Jeiy  Sisvlnltlt (.Avbicb;is the ;Sputli^West corneryot  Lillooet ,Distmct) OiehCO.,to 'Forbes Buy nn.  LILLOOEV DKTIMCT.  >f* TiUlooe.1:  CTtO^'M  ���������rmeiiUoii.-'il  : tho'iii, "tou?/  &r. uufc" TW i tj^ r*.db> ������' G vbi * Jl i n i ng Airf*ii\l w (��������������� l A ci ',/.  m&W SI)CrY^ (tW) PAVStfromctltisi*liitU hc-roo*������������������ ��������� r}inM:v  vi/|ck.l.h������.oiij.'cii(.n 1������ Idsljjcd atjaiiiHt tho i^uiogof ilia :t  ������:.(;! GftinU-Willi ;UjeChi������r.,t>>u)iolssKner. of.Raul's "  hnh Miirks .Wfor6a tljO cxplKUloivvof ihe sa'iiPetxt?  y.fFbe Lana^eoonjihicyPis'riot-or,'isM^P^'^/i-ii/i  ,MU������boniuliMl^oii^ f������ v ������������������ Th^ttiack Jjickrnnd^BurnsCotopauy,-l������lllclttUa..  Rilsd Urn Wijsiw'n .booinlarv. jii-purt .^ oi. Die; >;... 'i^&^lyrfl^Cmnp my.*    ^ [ ���������     ���������     ^    ' ������-< '  ,kbo1enii-y'-; liusVricf)   coimneiictnjj   frorabUHts M'i \ 'ffc&\\l#iiv&������^^  T.tJ'W  \iSi\'il^vjftiip^i'ptttybin7i >��������� "3 A ���������.t^  nipin^jiiof V^:ioln^n^^'uii.^olalrapilr>y the KWf -.rt.  tiritiij������:i?jl'*s'ctm'lie-sct'n^Kt^'tlu^oJllc^ or -tlMJ*Ouvpi-ii-'���������  fti-JiflfeV^iitft^jfl^WA^t"j-Sixty tlayo������Iroin thv;ilai������J  ;Vu'rj%\, - ; " \<;hrt(khT,ntvvF.Ny/- ���������-*'  *?h ;'r*���������'���������'��������� " CiA-fComVftWimjrT^of Ivoiui un s ,\w.>s" .,  j/:uHn.n I AVurk^-lK^>/rnn'ini" "'  :"' "f ^jdt������ria?iiUly5.30iit^I$7^: -hv^--.i.:*"v v..;-,. t.' ..-i������U;y  pSlnT6pposiJel������0^  .1 lience,%j lowing^rbe^raso^cbaon^^f Ihe Strait  kif Qtfotgki'y to���������.-;,. the Kprth-,Esstern cpr'ner of  Cov.-icbftnstoetrieL^/tpeoce.West.on'the'^Oth  ���������aal di-til oHo i a n i������tttrsp'&i ���������d 1 lie ^���������irOi^rn. Imju it-j  listry .of ; NVw; AVe.-������l-minstiM-' DisirlcU -at >ibe-  Rprihern fcxi.ro.rui[y of Xer^is 1 nlei;;f cn i b^  SoivUi by the ��������� ��������� N:ortlu*ni? b<������nOi^-jk/ot? Nljm  ^estiniivslor>JVis-3Cic|;/ to���������>the M*.mhlC;i?t(vrn  Gornin* of sab] Patriot (wblcb /h, also-J-b'^  Kortb-Wosl/i:'!vcorneV of- V^te *]i6^tiVml;.Wfer  Irjcl^f aiul thence by ..t.-ht*' Nor >b^i\n "intuit la ry,  ���������Jby fore d rscriix'd, of suit J -.'-Viile 151 ire f orul i)\/i  , \ enumerated within isaid boundaries; '';'*'  .^G^THis-iJATE Tmr^stA^rmkrM  2"* lot lots of Gold Dust of/FJIXoeji OutlGi's^ot^uh'IfTi  ~ **yXUEpUGEJ) 'id;TTO^pOLLARS, ���������   : y  ..and for .. ������������������    -���������  -     -//: ''.r-sf'-.'i"; ���������-'  ^fflR^/ASSAl^OEIYE; DOLLARS,  tt^latter payaljle'in^advancoi   : y"  t������y r I  i/l/  ^WU Angust7M74"? K5';"''   "'"'������������������������������������' A *,;" ":tti29 Ihil^  v ;jTne' $1^0G)tE50C> L6|n  . WON?r L\TEKF������KE WITH  : ,CiIABIiS ^CIFiC: EApOlB,,  ;;..;;:'.' Quesneimaiitli, ;B .0.., 22.  Whoro there are still ,-plpmy ,of tii'e bost' brands of  ;-;;;,_ y. -; : /...; Brnisli Columbia' - p '���������;.' ���������  : '"'  FBOUR, A/A -'A': ��������� a2 - ������;A ';-/.. ...y .,/���������  ;/;; ���������; LILLOOET BEANS bf 1873; '/ ��������� :  And other Farm Produce, at VERY LOW'RATE3.  . y. A Iso, a geii ^ral assorttii c n t oT  '2QfiQCEft\ES7'2v\,2^2 i/'y ^."-'.!i :  ���������;^^DaY: ^GOOD'S;-:,:'- -;':; -' J:������^-,  ���������y^jj-I,:.. y;/-:B0O'Ps; &"'"9KDEdL' '-  ; ^-,^RpVV A R E ' ana;: DRUGS A  : ?:a8Sr? ObminisfiionV$t-������riigb''ii nId 3ft jrw ar.lI ns busin ess  :d������'n'6^itreasonabfii*axes. ���������.-'������������������'���������;','���������  V  .;';-:.    ���������   ,, ���������  DISTRICT OF /TALE (YALE mf iSJ.OS^  i Tbe Ysile Mnd ,-RrcOf:il.in������rI':nivjsjonk rfiail  Ve boninloil'/iivj-jui.AVest by Vi I he-cornminic';  i;ig oo Ibe 49 h^'iini!lei of -Nnrtir Lufitude.  l>o ni i I es East f torn i be G n l f of Georgia;, ib "iii p  'uiyS /rri':  JAS.   REfD.  ^;.<y^-  .;.'������������������ ;t>Jt%rE^-i^EN^ fro-'; avail  ���������*,;;'"-. t b e'iVi fe������Iy^ of���������*. the Anew M mi Nr. 7/1 v ?t n ������i af u n i n  ���������'���������*-���������  f^haetf-'tJv'tcrffrditu^i. can-have t[ia Survey, ofXtho sa'in n  ee in a. dfree* .JinejiboutAi) "liu*i n������ r|K.  ;.,.,.    ��������� .... _ ..... ,_.   ���������   ... ..   ?rurj������   l?4.-mile post on the \raX'on roud'frnin Yi.lo t���������  CAI'T. a/..fJtAVAiLLOT.- [the Souif \vWBorn:������ W SiVtoifl Y^ Eli,  if) a point beiiig \Uio;N.i������,,in^ister!y'*coni������vi{,  Ne.Wj.AVesLn)|hs( rr Pisiricl;; Jibe nee ^isl;aboii ?  the ffeneru1.co.nrs.e;of;lbe Nicr>}a.Ritvr.:abfl  distant alfrut0 mi?es IbereWin.fora dUjancp  of 'uj^bu^3p,nxilefs. to,6o Idsviit^iiRiver ; -thenoe  j hence .aiong. \bez0. 'pMllel'to tbe'poitit'l'ol'  commenceinenl.; - Ay     'QAy:,   -..;.-:.-. ���������  ; :';KiTRICT.Jb^;:t^R :cEaMLOOPH.  -. . .,^:J)IYBi0X).;,;. j ^ "i ;.,;y./'  ' ':'The YA.m 1 hops Li;u\ T!eeor(Un������? DIvinftn  shall; he bun nded Oii (he SinilJJ by if Ime^otn-  ���������itlisi��������� h *..���������-.a.-. -\j.t���������__,:��������� iv\ h * i no <> ,.x i  The L^ nd R^e ��������� *n! ir? cr f H*' Vint n f Ko.'i i on a i*  shall"��������� lie; lwStftViy?*i;^/iK^W**^i; by i^e bv.for'���������  ile?cHM^r|;������v^J������'r:j bo'nn'rbin'^''-'of"' Yiile Ki/a  ;foi';ilanu Lillooet Dfilricis nn tn, ilyv..HoTVb;  EiStem;corner of/ (iUliid'er/'^lj^'ffo.^���������:wbich I*  ni?iv'il!������:Sonth-EaV{i������!,ro ;corner of 01'rlboo '!'-}m.-  triei;.aii:i fhvnc.'/ by -a line v{b'eio'^, also th/  ^oulii.B^Sern boiinvhiry of tSiHliorV rVi.^tViV;*>  '*i?  ^ ti^ff/,.. .  >; ���������' > ./  ^ OoYol^pi|f(i: ry ,, rr/- : -. ;  VVOftJEE?T Eil SHI KyE    S^UCt  ' "f'" -' D<fcfeft������fl*y Connoispcin tt., ho  ;: i iy' *T^te'35hi^i- ^obi>; saijok.:.:;^ . -;  : C;a^Wa^ against,irx.axitl.^T^^^"5������>fss^,! >  *ni������������i" ������h *lf������������i"������ ti s 'iVii' It -'- o h r I vh \w a: (V n <J {111 * i������ i b i v i ^,  AiUI^"'* Cf?Hnlb'1*^1 le rfto ������-pply rh'e wwiAytf-y v^n*.**-  j.*j>'hirf> ^a u������e1 * to t Ji#. ir.-ojvji'litt>rrh*v ������*j 11 v������ uu >. iha  ?at������he i;?: Ivw-hy/itYrn^ w;*\ '-���������' Jf?i- '.  pur^UiKK'BMaIftVv'l*to/sr^^.������^,'������������������'.:; ��������� ��������� '"' /;. ���������'���������'"* i ������������������  >h*K-������VbR'%15A -;A"���������*ipERBrKS* ; ^A^qK  ������n i to ^*^ ilmh their; tiVnit'S^tr< iin'ori..ihf v,rai'J'1 h ,  i.a ������ki^ik -*tf'it������i������i:n ^J������jn *tfB *Trti:: "      i ��������� -" ���������  P Hoi^jitfch^ftiro.igtHmarkcU Wf y*$vi&'nK  'a H^ ������/'Vt^UJ"#^Vr4-s,*l'^bii;!f^Ji������i**e.������.jH^n i f * ��������� vvi'p  ;t)i'-r;':sii i t <f*^K*������n A^liftli the ii;tm^ 0!i.-'ii mi'i J l/rrnta ���������  ]ki ^"���������^(���������n Yifirg^l(-L/;aioi 1������% ������lv������' w:tk' i>n ihy.  ���������\hfmUirtitili&itlriilr.'c^rrtJ^iitiiJtsp'ii*'������VMiihi*-^ 'sl  X 0 rt h j vi -si t y f I h e 11 a n-{. * K j?c .*! ��������������� f> tti**i i', ������ h rl  ,^tlioiict^fy; ih'--;i ihN?i;;Mer.i^f?in:-(-b'^!{*^ a5^V-il(V  ^OnsJfM'j/ijoun^ta'y. i'ff pnrf/Vif C^iK-ij^o^Uib'  tric.t);trr tbe sufhhiii of: i\h.���������lliVc\iSxySi^yibu\Wy.  the Ivst^tV^Vti hc>n rjfi tv^������"-*. (' Vh������r: VroV'm'co': 7'rn  ���������he Must. l>y iht������ saSii;jvi������!<'rn biiniiif^rV-'iVf.-inV'  Province.;" si ntl  on ihi������-South  hfMHe 4^Vh  Pjira!ieJ;.tiieSotttiie;-n b6"iiQ"di;ry ut" tuVFH$  vatce.'-'- ,;| ��������� ;;;;^-"::.���������������������������;���������-��������� X-y;y '<-:A , ;���������'������������������: /.\y>'..f'  ���������i i:".'.'v ::;iPi6ThiofV:f>.lVcA^  .'The L;m������r f^^oiUUi^-^^tHet/or Canbe^v  tbnll'.ljtt'.'Iinniidt'd'ori ;Mie:AVt^r;)iv-'ihi'M^lf-li  Vf-M*i4hro, vvhich i.?; ������3B.������ tl!*;"Jvis(in*(Vfjonili!tirv;  olVilieKJoiiui. ^Difttiiei: on/iho K.HiMti liv ihi-  ~\2>Al'*ni)\ol,\\h\<>), i* uJ5,i ihi,. X^ivh'.-n: br������rjH.  --1 a ry - n ii.A A i Ivs o f * I'.-1 ?; > I r I (> I ���������:  }}-jpor.  AR*id'^lUVnijl! fr������r ^piirt.hy tit't. jjpiprf-it'*r*.;-W*f���������  jv^rft- r; ^m^J:.^l^^siL l/ai4*Mi, key kc;t an.l  >v Oit^r^aivl OlinV^ii 'Uh'tecrAifly.-.,^  / aa������;' Sl;6lieii^^ga & Co.;  TZo  mendid* at a point 2 niiie. WosUf rrincefor ��������� /^>p'V  /    "'T'' ������v'! r!tJlt:| "M '^ s"l^h Kt^t  nfliSin;r;������k.. ?   UioneW on ihVi' T-W by a I   L    i'" r'"  /?t 'i0t I " 1U' f0is! '^ ,?,,! J !^,,!  iMinninff Korth^rd. ������T.d followhi-Uie E "^  onshore, of ^khni.ft������ri L,Uo. to^i.s hcul :! ^iVl^^Z. VT'ZZ1 ^W-l**  Rve^itii; "i.*. .u i?v ay rsv  BARrtE;ftyi^  E-t'Kf^oruer of.3'������> El e.cl bra I ..District; tl^nce  on;. the North by .tho Kuufhern b'oimilafy, th  firiof I4Ito(?eiJ^trjpt;riinrjfi?^ West-ylVop  J 01   t*l������  i'l'i'voice,  mmtiKTv f;!':.r>.\n.vf;o,\.  828?  Ji'xd  ,v,.A:]|i;i'i#OF'Tlll/ ;  or ;;?iil.8Hytf#*  Alwhy������ ufl bnnrlj-'  j ^ DISTKfCT OV CASSIAR..;;,���������;" "'  ! -The Cassia i: T/w;d Re onr din If \A'i-Uriel plioJl  jjbe bouiiUedon tlio hiou-tb^uy 'tbekib I'uphII^  ^C^HAlW-'A'r  KK'prep^rH to fiirnMi I innhor nt their.:>lill������v  L; >r.iIU.ja:Cfou^MrilvHwr_U io u.rai;r.     ���������->  T;fTNifvnirVbEt^  OlM-'Plv''. '   ��������� "'. ' ���������   ���������   !'.���������< '   ���������  f' lliivink'-ii'Tlinlhc- Maohlne jh opcrsUicm thejf  il.f!j htrni^H  'r,'--;  "'''...',,    ..,    . ... y  Kl  DJSES3ED EU'MBSB I  I  1    !

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