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The Cariboo Sentinel Oct 31, 1874

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 *s?yr ������������������,,  a-/. :������  Vol 16.  iT  \-;       v..'      V,  i,fj  THECAk  Published every Saturday by  n o b e ti t ��������� ri o t ii o way .  .-;.. '      ' nijjt- im.c unitiri),:. .ui>ft> yevy iicuy y ������"���������'-'��������������� "-}.> ;. *!'  ^Snbscripj^^^ PorWoek* ^ *^oiistoM^  ^���������: T"~~-   ^y   J\'l"'  '���������   'A i ���������    .''.'���������"   been nm*,mi������i| cb.irKeil .wilh a heavy fraud on  Ihe Imp en.11 (H Ionian Bank. It. ia ��������� ruin o reel-  that oth������r si mil in-fiwindlrrs are operating in  this and other Turkish cities.    ��������� . .��������� ��������� ��������� .  *-    -���������-.- - .   '���������������������������-yy-.y/yy,,    , y-/y-y -y ���������./.-.. .yy A-yy.y :.vl:y ry-A r^.yvvAL:iAxA^  rklle, Wiilia-m Creek, B.Ct, Sattbd'a^/Ocjp^  RATES OP ��������� ADVBRTISfN'ft.  Forone square (one I nch);11r*ttn.'<<;rt)piv ���������..$3  " '* ������ne moritb,   ���������  ������    $  for two squares jlrstinseriion,     ��������� ... ��������� ."���������     fl  * ������������������       one month, ��������� 8  X?  Agents Tor the V Cariboo Sentinel.!'  Vin Winkl-i.     ���������  Q������i ���������.sn<vlnv>iHli.  ���������flMn Creole,     *  rii:jti>������,    ���������   '   *    ���������  tri*.       ���������      >  ,'ifMv Westminster  Virt'T^i,       ���������      *  %.���������-������'. Fisher,   ���������  *  .������������������������/'   .������.     ���������,,,,. Lin hny.  :n.Trnnrd'������- Kxpriys  i;    :B-i.rn:)r'l,>:Kx|������r,.*!s  ���������      Bi'intfjrd'.V Kxprtss  do. .._ ...... do  ��������� .?������i:n vnrrjy/..  ���������j      ��������� /' ;Mr "Sink >Fp- ���������:i'rb  :;;.n .Fr.*,nciwo  8QC;imbill,4.-.'ii:V'iii "-<'.  ri'iis O.vumoo siCNTj vet,  .     !.    -...-������.-.  p tr  JQ3 PQli^tiNGjOFn  A'ard?.Oirculnrs, Ktsw������r<������ and PrO*rr;immf\s for  ��������� Bailsjtii.tl Thoatrica I/Enter lain oiniis  ���������jfeB* FsXy&ntvt) wi ili.noii ��������� n o������������- a n d disputch.^^^'  y ���������.   : T^rnis moderate.-* . /;   V ' /  He-will be tried at once at the place where  he was captured. y  | Dublin, 2;ld���������The Alliance .Gas Company*s  works., in. this city look .fir? this forenoon, an '  burned with nlnrintiit; ntpidily.   Tlmmilitiir.  wem-culled oui to aid ihe firemen In suppressing the fUtn^s,:- .Loss very heavy. ������vy?< ;-��������� ���������  '"���������hi Irimtniit ? 'iiinliitVJfttabswX tv^Atw������vlnr.W-^Th J  ..NADA.   - '    ���������.  Olinwn. Oct. 24��������� A dispalch from Ihe Imperial Colonial Minis ter/says it has been' decided I'm! cerriiicittes'oi tiuHirnlization erant-  ed in fbe boiled Kingdom do nufconfer-ion  :tn aiU-u any rijrhtV or privile^e.4 in British  Colonies..   .  '��������� Urazil d������*ciiuos fo enter into a reciprocal  l'r'������;Hty wilh Can a da . ���������       "���������>  ��������� Klujfsitfn.- 2LM -The ijiinW] o! Trade to-day  CiuHleb������u6dy!he jir.ts^bsuii Heciprocity Treaty  bv n'Vote of 7 to-4/   ;'���������       /'������������������'     ��������� ������������������'  Vi'uroulii. ^2drL'The r������l������rc1 iot? IriaU are being,  pri'tvedrd wilh." -I*.lu!ii;bvriieii������berl*������r Niagara,  j Mackenzie. . member  Uit. Momrva! West, and  I Cameron.' member ..for, Sonih llu.r������>n.- .have,  ' been iiusieaiuti; but initio case was vpeYsona.l  bribery proven, so ili'al each member in again  eligible foreleciion. .Two out of ibe t!n������'e  t in sea I ed womb ers w ere s u.pp o r ters o f, the  Govern incut.  A ..    CUBA.      -    :-  Havana. Oct. U)���������Two slenmers. arrived  from Cadiz yesLt-rday with 5.000 Iroops. They  binded I'.UO'i' a I NeuvilaH.   'J'iie milhury com-  ' -    >���������������i . t ��������� i     ' - .'  :������������������--.""..- ���������; ��������� ��������� ��������� - ������������������,: ���������< /���������*  Fri'jghl nnd P:is3cu>?������rrs carried through at reason-  abh; ratrs ���������' Ar.  ���������������������������' >'���������     ���������-���������-        ��������� ������������������;   .-. i   .'-   '.-������������������  Fm- rules of .Freight and PnFfiara.. npply. to.,���������.,,..  . '���������   ���������; y      GEO. BYHNES/Agcnt;. ;   ,  v. j';20/.//'������������������      ���������   -.'':'- ���������-���������>���������" r..- ;-��������� Barkerville.   .  ; Tiinton. Or.lob-r 2S^vrnird^ up/stage  ie! I I us I e veid it ;?Vs ^T \Vo; Chi inline a:'tis p aisse n-  h**TJ.  ^ i id^tV ,n?\������ U������r J.i riv is' su rv ey party- p awe il  ^Mp^iPftr?*. Teri'V nod Gray, tinjr'iueers oi  tle^Mnie party^tt^tLMaronsairtnli anil Mr C.  Keyi^oue. all "imv r^ute to"iVici������>ria. < f.  'Me^r?: jVrvi? and jf������innln������ii������������������n leave Que?  m-i^outa inu>|ew rUyx l������������r Fytl Girrj/fover-  Uitil.'on tin.^fpl-������fin,yexp<'dilion.,i -   *:'**  Mr R: P. KitcMe al-o left for below yeeter-  ilJiv for Seoilund, where, he will peniv.mpiHly  Ve.xide.   lie  has sold  his ranch  to Harper  r������ ..........     ������������������-*��������� .*  Bros.    -  EXPRESSES, STEAMERS, &c    ���������*    I .    a EOfELS; "RESTAURMTS;".^ &$*&*  LEAVES   BARKERVILLE   FOR    YALE  Connecting'With steamers at On esnel month.  '.-.:': Yale;'New- Westminster and yicloria;: ��������� A  V EAVK3*^"ABKBBVlIiliB'! VoR'" YAtE  Ij. cvoix;Uteriiatc=SJitur.by5; 1,h'������ y.= -y- VI.VS^  roc     cliugi ��������� ayith' the Steamors at Quesnelmouth,^  . ..;..XttKvan.|-.Xcw.Wc8tmiest������r.- ,.V ; yA  nei-.  Treasure Carried'at One-half of One  yyvy  V."'-, '/y-^:/'"^���������������������������^���������"y -j  ./13-Tlio b������Ft Wince, Liquors,-.ond.pgats, a������.tB4l<r-  Bar^ aad all'VisHofs mad������ happy and comfortablo.';   *-";���������"'  imy^e^/y/y^urr/ < y\<z /y iyy. yy<$  ;:\ iy.'lh  tl *���������/.'. f "���������- -;'j  v",.;: ;������i3*'������v# iws?*?  .; "���������'��������� mM^ '  per'  .' ���������   ���������-< '  .������  :>1:'";  ���������3^:>  ���������/A-jyA A\ ���������-���������"��������� ���������> :-'.\;..-Zxy/- X/:Ai.ikn/y^y  *^/y;-: ':  :eut;/  , Tber* are four ran do]-\te? in the ni������Ul T������r  tejri<lntivo hoiiiiM, namely ��������� ;ifumphrey^.  iknil/Win. Hruwn and James Crozier.^ An  exciting time is anticipated in. political  circles. It is understood thnt- Messrs. Hum .  nhries and Brown artvOppoMiinn^ and Saul  and Crozier (rovi'rnment candidates.. ,'.'���������;.  ' A petition is in circUhiiion praying for r.  weekly mail to Lillooet during the winter  months.  Mr Wm. Dixon lias purchased tho cele  'bruted race horse Jack Minor.  EUROPE.  London. Oct. 21-Additional dispatches  have come to hand showing, that the'gale in  th* north last niirht wa^ far more severe than  indicated by first reports. The storm ex  fended lo Scotland. The steamer Chilean,  from Glasgow to Shanghai,-was driven ashore  near Ardress and is ffoinj3> tn;'pu>ces. Ivour-  te<������n of her crew were washed overboard and  drowned. The remainder of the per^ot^Jcft  on board.-50 in nnmher, took lo.tln; nsg\n%.  wh'ue Ihe'v vet remain, and eirnrts are -twin*  made to save them. SevernV lives were lost  In-Krrirtand. rti������pnfto irmtt Hartlepool, IIul j  Sheilds, and olhei\>rU and from - Ij wh  pons. Virinffilntnlliff������n6rt-of dttirtugo lo ahip-  lilnjr, factories and other properly,       '.  Lon4nn, iU 0 n.m.-ScVenlden  of  the  'nrewof  the steamer Glnl^n, ashor<* off Ar,  dross,  were drowned.   The survivoVa wen-  rescued from tho.riprrrinn:.   IV stealer is a  total |n������*.   The brig F, C. AVhite was lost oft  tho tslo of Wight, and four persons drowneo  Madrid, iU -The  Carl 1st -chiefs ��������� LoswU  hud Foster have been arrested while R*���������*  WmnghCordova In disguise.   Ius probabb ,  that Losada will be summnrily tried and ex(,-  tntod at the depot where he recently order���������  theshootin.fr of sever.vl railway offlcials.    im-  provinces of Monriea and Alioauto are now  free ofCarlists. /    n ������������������    1/srt  London, 23������1~-The-Ma^ie. from DnnrtM,  "   was wrecked ou one oi ib'o Hebrides dm ittff  tb������ last gale.    S������vetVty-four persons were  drowned. ... ;     ...     ���������     .,  The India Office T^ received a dispaicli,  obnflrming tho reported Rapture of NiniioaBW.,  mnnder. of Colon-telegraphs that the votun-  tie.i's and ..ther b.rces had .a skirmish' on the  lltb with a band of ou.fla\vH, They killedi^'t  number, and the rest tied to Ihoniouetains.  The Snu ni>h gueri il las ������������������ in/ the same -district I  have been beaten and dispers d.' "      //������������������'  Kio Janerio. ^Isi���������Hncnos- Ay res' hd vices  slato that an engage month ad occurr������d\be-  tweefi the troops and tlie insurgents. Tlie  latter were d������:K'Uv.e,������! anil their .com in an der  tiiken uri'uner. Large rewards are o tte red  fur the capture of the r������*bel steamer which  left Miimiiedo towing u vessel loaded with  anituunition.  The Uruguay Government intend to issue  $4,0db.UU9 in paper money.  UNITED STATES.  Dftrott, "22d���������Tbe propeller Brooklyn, ol  the Northern Transportation Company ?s line,  exploded her boiler this morning on the river  12 miles below this city. 'Sixteen persons re  purled killed. The staamer Cuba brought the  survivors, a number of whom are badly iu*  jured, to this city.  . F   ;ght arid Passengers carried cheaper-tlwn-by  imv otlKT.Linc.   m? So Night. Travelling by ^  Kxpressy- ������������������ ' '  ���������  ;", ,.,:   '  >-For rates of-Freight or. Passage, ;apply -to r    ... - ,  .' '"'   '     '��������� mviTiii-vr VT'TT   Ap-ftnt..   ..  iyjyy/fpisk ���������  ;r\:. AAA ���������ho''ii}\(?i i>Vi������&:  AyXAiy^birWiih&i A  t. vn a ~\rv r?T���������rr������Tn7T������_.  Wkgto ^noi&ce that TflKY ha^^&qt|G^  1>: to*the spacious premVs'es formerly known.������������ tt*'  H.       n.w.UM   U,.lAmi     mliari.    tl)(������u . WilSllB lit .liUitlHl������(lt������l  ...,,:... ���������...-���������������������������       -/,.���������  -'.      ������������������     ��������� '.-'-     ���������'     -:  ���������.:'.'  y ���������       ���������  .-.;������������������ ,y-; :.--.  ���������yy  A /���������':''/*''-//':'.;  -���������      :���������������������������������������������  22A: yy.'"- 22  .yy, -y-y.-y  .    y,-' ������������������'.-.-':���������' ���������  -���������.-.    ;���������!-���������;;'���������...   ���������    .;   ,     ���������  ...-���������:���������      ��������� ������������������   "  ���������ryy . / ������������������     -���������  ��������� !������������������������������������-���������    ���������:   ....  ���������y-   :���������    -��������� ��������� --' ;-   ' '  yy- Ay. .:���������;. -.  ���������iFor rates otl'Teigu cor, rassage, :uppjy .w. .   .,.-���������-���������.   u ��������� wv cue spneums |irtun������w ������.!������.������..., -..-.-..������"    .���������  '".'-' JONATHAN NUTT, Agent.. , u St.  Georgo/Saloim,. wher������������������ they ..wiUibe. ttt.albtiiDfi^ ' yy;  ���������jul25'/:';    "/;.'.'..; ':y ZZir iy^^^Qyy prepared tofiirnisb .      .-. y .   r/;y.^yA^V   ;  /:.-��������� y,,.-.' Ay/ZAZZyy '-;'..  '. .. *-X--- ' '������������������' "��������� i'-y-A-A-y li^itiii"^^ ^ a y?z A:yyUxA2y  CTP AM PR     VIC TDRl A, -... ;.; '^W: ��������� *ti c- / braai*L-ni iJtrLT-Vill^v ���������-. - ��������� JKy/y,.!,-:^  ���������- ���������._ M. ���������  WILL COMM*ENCHS',;HEa ,BEG-TJLAK  H .^ Trip? on-LliolSili June, runuing as tbllows until  further iiolice: . ��������� '  ������������������   ..-���������;���������..    ������������������:���������*'���������  Leaves SODA CREEK on THURSDAYS, nt  4 o'clock, iv.'m.  Leaves QUESNELMOUTH on SUNDAYS, at  :    ^2p.m.* /:  / 'iyy ".' "; " ���������'-'  FREIGHT, ������������������- $16 per ton of 2,000Jbs.  .  -'-A. S.BATES.  Soda Crock, June 12, 1874. : -���������������' je20  -. t- : j  Boardv ������������������'+  ������X%>  ^.  MISCELLANEOUS.  For Ladi-es   an  ' Public Kotiee;:  ; Ay-  PRBAff B I L LS%    . ;  All applications for Private Bills, properly tbo  subject ot lugtelalion by the tit^islutive Assembly o!  British Columbia,'within the purview of .The Brilish  NoriU America Ael,lS37,"..whether for tho erection of  TiW TO INFORM TtntiA fRtWDB~M&  15/toe public that they have opened * ���������:      - //���������'< ������������������.  Saloon in Barkervillef������������������**  (Ono door below tho TIC-TIC OFFICE^' .   ;,':y  or the sale of WIJTES, LIQUORS and CiaAB*  of the bcsL .quality. . .-: ^ > ������������������!���������:���������-:��������� .  -������������������a  0  Ladies'  lm orals,  ,,.., Kid Opera Slippers,  yy'....: ;: '.. Lasting Buskins,  Sizi?f3���������fre m ~Ko. 2$ to 7..   . :    ^  MISSES & BOYS' BALMORALS,  Sizes���������rroui G to 12.  CHILDREN'S nAT.iMOPAT/3. No. i to 6.  INFANTS' BOOTIES, Nn*Usifcx. .<: -   '  LADIES & 0nTLI>RfiN\S STTAKRR HATS]  LADI15S7 UMBRELLAS. '  Pap������r: Collars JaiiS-: Cuffs.  t^ENt'3 WHITE SHlRf Sv  ,No.itj to in,  i    |^ ������lio abovo *ar6 New Goods, jt^'t received by  . .Wi, D. MOSES,  Hi rfcnVfllo. 3\i)yA������;  For "Sale..*..  T^E Hi^^V-AY.HOUSE, JACK OF GLUBS,  ��������� ���������J- ������-hnt,"v������r or ftir tio ng any matter oi tnn.:M  Sob m S open? on wriuld affect the rlvlit or prop-  wtv:oV������rtiflr ������artles,.orrt=late .to any particular clott  S Si?tSmmna ly) or for making..iny.amon.imcgtoj ������  c carSlHUstinctly specifying the niuuroan-l^object  , FOil:SALE;  y  '������������������-  :'i  :*  ";  '������������������  ^EOPEl0O5Vb y^J  jyipjy oa tho promises, oi t ^ ^^  %fi '"������������������.' BarkorviHo.  'juM������l������n  ffirt^������'^? of^ or.tt.0 nc,t preceding Sess.0.,  -^^^^-^^^-^  ������ '    ��������������� nnu'or the orcclioo of a Toll isiifigo *���������:  111 a P7I? ,������?ho Su"T tl o  erson or persons Intend;  .u4 Clerk-of the J.ogislativo Assembly*  1U  "g^gffi^:^ '   /  ���������VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVBlN. THAT ALL  ^A^nU .bio to tbe above  EstaU .musV be  settled iorihwiUu   r ,..       GEQ  ^IWES,  jtVptttf  Tiia Celebrated  Wm i������ maniiradiufod W tfi.llntf.Wi'iarid ^  tail in Ua purity, a.u<i    , ���������    ���������.  ��������� ;    s . / 1'y    y  Tliefoegt:Li^  cpflSlantly kept oa lsand>       ���������'      ^ '--.���������;; "_'���������  Tba Lodging Eepar������ai  12" ��������������� A*������* ^A^^X^^  I Beds and wswaitfo^K*. pw ^  :    !l  % WS/  ?���������s  ^  m  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  SATURDAY, OCT   31,   3S74.  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  . THE SUPREME COtfRT.  Cftrlboo wa* favored with n flying visit  from 'a Judge oMho Supreme Court last  Saturday .afternoon"5 a Court of Aesizo ^aS  beld on Hoodaj/and the Judge left for tbe  lower pountry on Tuesday morning, baring  4evoted* the whole of nine full hours/to the  settlement of tbe judicial business of what is.  known ^4be second district of tho Province'  It rmay be that the exigencies of the  JndicWy fa other seclions, of tb������ .Province necessitated the holding .ot the  regular Court of Assize at this late season,  nnd that if waa impossible so to have arrange matters tb'af a reasonable time would  have been allowed for the entering of suits.  yBut It does appear strange, to a large nom  ber of people that some years since; when  times were more prosperous and litigation in  consequence more nbu ndaat tb an it is at  present, one Judge performed the whole of  the/ business t of the mainland -without"any  ^difficultyV : and'. now that there are three  Judges and Ibeir duties apparently, very IJght,  ihe time of thesis dignitaries lias become so  precibttB that only one sho rt day ca n be do-  Voted, to tbe admjnistratioii of justice by -the  ^SnpirorneJCourt in this important district.  . Dame Bumor batti it tbat the Judgesit bem*  *olves nre to bfeme for tbn state of tiling  ���������OXKLTX GULCH.  Macpherson co. sinking a shaft tloae to the  upper line of the White Pioo xav White  Pine co. bottomed a shaft near the month ot  the old tunnel at 25 feet, and aro drifting out  from it. . Ferguson co. had 196 ofe. last* week,  and 72 ������ip to Friday noon. Ontario *co, hnd  73 oz; lasii week; not doing miiih this week,  sinking another shaft. Cora co. running Into  tbe hill and getting a little coarse gold. Two  new claims have been taken up^ihis^ week���������  the Fisher and Hitclicock companies-; the  Wisher co. is sinking a shaft in tbe bill some  300 feet from the creek.  ' i vUOBTXINO CREEK.  /Point cd.Jias stopped work for the wint^-v!  Lirwt woelt the Van Winkle co. had 241* ozi,  Victoria 390 oz, Vancouver 193 oz.. Vulcan  76 oz., Costello had Hi oz. last week, anil  tbe ground Is lookiujr-botfer this week. The  Gladstone started pumping ou Tuesday, and  are reducing the water last.  ;.   - ' PKTKRS CUKKK.  ; The Discovery co. have stopped work on  account of heavy water below; will put in  pumps.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS."  ; DfiATH.���������Mr Ralph Watson, an oldCariboo-  ite, who lelt Lightning creek last spring for  Gassiar, died recently at Glenora Landing.  on the Slickeen river, and was buried there.'  Mr Watson was a native of Sunderland, Eng- accepted,  land, an& had many friends in this district,  where,he had resided for a number of years,  Who will regret to-hear, or bis death.  Dowx Passenoeiis.���������The Tollowing pns*en-  ^fr^ilbutes ibeir chirking of duly in tliis [gets are booked for Barnard's down Express:  $$nlotesection of the Province lo that love of John Butts, Wm.Nordberg. Capt. Evans, Wm  Public Notice.  esne  Bridge.;.    '  QEALED TENDERS, ENDORSED TEN  ������ jPP for Queenolle River Bridge, will b*  received by- Ihe undo reigned up to; 12 o'clock j  iioMO or MONDAY, 3.0th November next, for  ihe c'insirnctibn of a Bridge across the Ques-  nt'lle River.  Flans and Sppcificalions ran be seen, and  blank forms of tender and agreement to ex*  cute bond can b* obtained at the fcffho of 11.9  Lands nnd Works Department, Victoria, os.d  at the Town of Qiieenellc.  Each Tender must be accompanied by un  agreement to execute a bond, duly nigned by  the Conttactor himself and two responsible  residents of the Province, in a-penal sunt  amounrine to one-third the ccMrac* price, for  the faithful completion of I he work.  No Tender will be accepted iinlesa accompanied wilh uu agreement to execute a bond  as. above.     .  The lowest or any Tender not necessarily  ,HAS0N HAK0  A WELL ASSORTED STOCK OF  ;.������BBe wilh which venerable people in the pos*  session of "comfortable Sinecures-are afflicted.  y To be dragged away from their homes, and  ���������objected to the inconveniences of a few hundred miles of land travel, is not pleasant;  tod the jolting.i in ��������� the stage must also be  positively injurious to sages whoso very posi-  'iHm invests them with venerable, natures and  appearances from tho moineut tbey ere ap:  pointed Judges I.    .      ;  i We hope-however,- that all our Supreme  Con rt Judges are no t really so venerab le 0 r  no fond of a life of ease that a continuance  of   tbe flying visits   complained  of   will  'Will be found necessary ; and that next year  *nr people will not have lo complain of. a  disregard of their wants in the administration  ��������� ������f juStiCOiy   .   ���������   ;    i "���������":./���������-���������^ESSn^ RIVER.BRIDGa--  ft will be observed by advertisement In  another.column tbat tenders will be received  nt Victoria up to the 30ih November by the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for  the construction of a btldge over Quesiiel  jTiver*   The importance and necessity of tbis  Work has been so often pointed out in these  columns that it ia "perhaps unnecessary to  infer-to the matter again.   As a sort of  "refresher," however, we will briefly stale  Jbat the bridge is just as necessary, in or.ler io  have complete and uninterrupted eommhrii-  cation;with the lower country, as the Alexandria bridge  over  the Fraser or Spencers  bridge over the Thompson.   Communication  .K.nt present interrupted in the spring and  fai, when the%e' is-forming and; breaki jg  tip 5 and great expense is caused to pa :ties  engaged in freighting by being delayed at  Shat break io the road.   If freight and pas  eeogers are crossed at. these seaso; n hy means  Of tie ferry, it is at great risk to property at d  life.  In view of these  considerations/we  bope to^see the construction of tbe  bridge  pushed forward without delay. g  WILLIAMS   CKKEK   BED-ROCK   FLUME  AND DITCH COMPANY (Limited),  for ������n Act to renew In Tamr of l he rrM C'ompiov i'i������r{  h lurtber jiprio/l of ten  \v������r* IT ������ru the 29iii ��������� ^v.iii  March, 1S76, n)faii>l shu'uhr tho right?, privil w*atH  h<-n- tlL������ cbiiiVrrcU up������������n Mivm hy itxa ������������������ WhlliiuiiCr.vk  FiumeOnlinancA I860'*  October 2. 1874 oc3  Brown. Mrs Peebles and child, for. Yale; Mrs  John-Edwards and two. children, for Cache  Creek; fudge Ball and Ciiiel Constable Liad-  Biy, for Quesnelmouth. '  ; Fresh Drugs and Medic inks.���������We would  draw attention to the stock of medicines received by Express at the Barkerville Drug  5.ore. This Is an establishment which should  rec ivp Ihe support of the people of Cariboo  andvici nty. It is ably conducted, and many  a"sufferer would feel fbe waiitbf such au institution in the upper country.  A.���������-NoTioE.���������Mr Lindsay, of Vati Winkle, wil  act as agent for the Sextinkl on Lightning  Creek, and ait orders lelt. with that gentlemen  will  be'. p ro m p t ly attend ed to.    Par ties . at   li   ������urns . Ler.. ihu uk������. ior pa* t Uv\ in, ������ nTuZp. J b v  tbe lower end or Lightning desirous of sub-  kie������>iH^  scribing, will please ley ve their orders at Mc  Dermoti'S) Stanley.     Sent by Mail  to subscribers at the rate ot $1 per month, pay-  KOnERT HEAVEN,  Chief Commissioner oi L^ndsd: Work?.  Victoria, 15th October; 1374. or31  NOTICE.  HARDWARE,  CLOTHING,  PATENT IVlEDiciNES,  COMB ALONO WITH'.YOUR CASH  AND GET-nARGAINS. ^r  gers  {iuocessora to D. Kurtz le Oo,]  IMPORTERS AND :DBALEKSi JM  CIS-ARS,  TOBACCO,  70TICE 'TS .HERERV  QinCM   THAT   AFPMC^  ticm will bo  rondo at tho lit'Xi .'rV.ssl' n   ������>t   ihg  I.tpislatlve Assembly of tho FruylucJ of Untish Columbia bv tho  ���������'.--.���������PROVISIONS,  Dry Goods and Clothing  CLINTON  EXTRA  FLOUR.  mr AH'rt.������d������of tho.Best Quality and ai ihr  Lowest Prices.  I'l-rk-mi-. M-ivP.  t:������vO *i n  age  jIooi  MADAME   BENDIXEN  AVING- Opened the above Saloon, re-  able in advance.  NEW ADVKUTlSlvMKNTs"  Re Kimball, deceased.  NOTICE,  rjpfla   FIRST    DIVIDEND   ON    THE  above Estate has been declared, amounting t  58 per Cent-., which amount is p-jyablo at m  CEOROE BVR.VGS,  Agent lore E IVoLty,  ,,.      ;,,     _   . . Ofllcittl Administrator.  -Bafkt-rvlllo, October 20. UU. Cc29  THE BEST LIQUORS AKD CIGARS  IN imiTiSll COLUMBIA. j  and strict atlcniion to bubiucss, lo merit a c������nl!nyj  anon 0! tnc eaiiiu.    A  Fresh  Supplies  HECEIVEDfiTEXPilii^  ���������  -   ���������   /���������;.    ATTIIK'    -'f ��������� %i&&&$2-0>A*  mm  '.2H  BARKEKVi'LU:  ^ '81  kX  j.  PURE   DRUGS.  pERSONit.-A worthy aad enerCetJc resl-  fient, Capt Emm, leaves by to-morrow* Fi^.  p-essonav-isittoSanFmocisco.   Air Erana  baa not been outside of the mountains of  Canbop/or the past ten years, and w fairly  ^titled, to^ wononths' boliday*, whiol, w������  .ope ie Will enjoy.   Several other old real-  ^nts ate*go down by the >amo Express, ���������n  ri������te fo their home.s-Mr John Butts, Wm  Norther* and Mr Wm. Brown.   All thegA  vlemen named Intend retn^Fng to Cariboo in,  tw Spring,  mm* MS -MHtfb ttt momi������S  / Administrator's Notice.  In thg mnller ol ihe lUiMe and Effects of  F^LIX pAOUST, deceased; imitate,  ALL Persons who are indebted'to thp  A   above KstMW ;,r������ r-nnir������d to j.ar tne ������mou?t������  nga ut thi; Bujii K6UU.4 nro r qJired to M:nd trtom be  or ucloro thoieth duy oi' D/oThiIktmi 10  I HAS. K.'POOLBY,  Dated btfartfl^ Wh 'oe.ffi,^?,*"fJ(j������  READING   ROOM      |SPECIF^  MEDICINES,  is atMeltiil to tv S.,ianh, -.vhic!, |s 5U,l)i|...l ������-(,h (!,������.)     '-N'G^ISII, FftKXClj AND AMKIIIUAN  btcsil'cnjJic.laiin.l Xci.f|wi���������;r.s. w2g j.,,    I  ~    XA       '���������~ '"���������        Patent  medicines.  Cosmopolitan  RESTAURANT! BAKERY,!  STANLEY, . ���������  LTGliTMXG CREEK.  The above Restaurant is now Or>������n^d at  V '  The best Liquors & Cigars.  AS CHEAP AS ABY STORE E TES  UPPER JJ0UST2Y.  FI.FSn HEf.TS, ,-������n i ������ vari.tvof Kail nol e������ Ua  Dith'qretl Morch of 'ITlsco,  HTATiONMItV/  I'UKPLr^KKV. CU-TriKJlTi  uan STItENGTHKNIXa H.ASTKitS fur  buck anilcbe? t.  BREAD,   PIES  and Cakes, daily.  '������������������.���������' JOU-N MAflRER.  ������i  ou and alter tho  GIVEN   THAT  UGHTNiNQ    CREEK.  DR. CHI PP m ������ bn: con * 11 \ w������<i m til* Cr������<������ i  Mi-aiv j-uxi������AV MoftiViMi,untn.B.Ktii.'  ���������������������rk> rvaUi J uAy 22. X 874..":.;,  THE Fiil.f,pWjN*a  W'AV  ���������AT THE  "AKWIMLE STORE  FIRST DAY OP NOVEMBER NEXT,  all Cluim-s In tho Cariboo Vlntttn mnv hi, u*a  ,  until Mir.'tm-i W������������   ib..        ^ -    c mny. or laid o\rvr  H. M   ISAM,,  Richflclj, 7th 0,-tober, 1874. G'"U Conimissi������;^f.  NOTICE.  z?y*, h*������V^" ������.AHiS^:'"lirhu  CREEK,  Keep 021 hand everytbin  II  a*  C3  mk r.  h Cj-  GclWw IT tUM  ynAir.ou ULITKK.  ^ XST?S^7^f'^ M ������*���������*" Arm  daiort 15tb M������y, 18T2. from ������t> '11 ihbiibt-  iaht of HoriiHigHJtiint, Dear W-rnibiSUr,  :Wih������:  '.  111 must also b"������ 10 s ;>��������� Hint your hi Is "r*  n������ t-xo.'U ������tm<v{|cli)" ivr m% an** 1'������ rt'hjjy  do f*tij,ty.e(fwl htMlth, fit'Ort 1 vl ���������< j). i'h 1 ������  pood app-.-lltn, n.ls Ia owing ty taking ftflf  Hll'.   J am ray������*������Fs oil.  '< K'Miiajnlng; G\'utL������mon} yoilw rry r*  'p*ct:uJly, I*������. 8? a  i,������j i������^ ifM]>rK>tor������ of  MOftTON'S'-CAMtiXtniiR PILLS. LONDON  ��������� '"    "  '"  ':'   ��������� f{"Jj_jy ; ;  First-class Steam Eiiginf  for Sale,  I^oit SAMffj fill? FOUKST nOSK STKAM E.S'GINK,'  L'     Willi HoistllJg Goar CrMOpI;li^  SMITH, AND OAUl'KNfM TOOLS,  ������,0C������ LAGGING  ARCH/BALD MOyBOjC  i-. S=4
���jtftp.Q ,,y*.-
ro4u Sting_.:.ti.lM$-p'F0pr;i^ti��rs- of  ..#A-Jj.��:GraM ^
Oous^t(Ac!o���� ��?ri tsiectioir tlay I !>*^ IprUslnp; on tjieir dudes' ������and obligations,
ill. good cUiXons lo hsh every ^v!!eu(hey retired.   - :?  '   . i    <+
flew Orleans; 28fh^:The Mayor hai issued
a proclainalwto}*""
ftH drink in g^sa^
an4 - ca 11 ing ,6 ri all gg ��*i u cm ixens i o.-;- use e ye ry
Effort to pre|<tf vf^Ue; pHv%< Jfciween|8ve
no d * x lm rift red i hilid u' en t regis* \ th i io ri s o f
negroes iii the. city-are acknowledged Jo-have
been discoyered?\mp%theyrt��jflAratlons Jimve
not heen slriokefl from ihelislir, ALmv of the j
jlemncratic. nefrroe^. it ftalleged^,hi^O Irdiir
n?e tu ten regisiraiumceriiflcite*; '���',     %
'    /"~~    ': fi CANADA: '��� "rV /;,\'[\ '
Toronto. \2?ih���At fl-:meetinfr of tbo "City
Ootincil I��Pt ��� evening.; Mrs Ii, >jiermfto was
elected City Trea*urer by a^mjyoriiyof-five
- VOt*    ���������rr':'Aryy^-A.ryA:7-Xr 'Ayiy- ..r/y;^^
:; ���; "���;  >KtTKOPR - '*   - : a. x :'  . ''
Lnnd m< 26th-^The Timm Bombiy.''enrrp*
jiiiffdpiit leleifran 1% i.b'it;i,i;K estimated '.::!2-it)00
person* were killed "in the district ofyMhlua;,
|nvo during r^cen* cyclone. ���    */'.''���{*
I' trU. 'IV.hr^lH*p ^c'l^' frrnn , Rom** Fay
liteP<ipe ia n����r��*ivi!ig.jbeiJNhrip of; Verdun
f ii ��l I j * t r* ����i ? ��,���<��* I: a t:; ! 11 f�� d ��t hirers: me 11 tic I ng
Vrwe. and that i1 yvtis o^eessarvfCai holies
ffmal'l. uniie ili^lr f |rc>s lu:in^:��t ih.ise threat.
i- ied I'v.ils and op|v��sf!( ibe Wiomies ofy tho
Church-a*��d cotvni>yy- '������ '���       y       y
���A I * iri.�� (eWgwio .to ��� S�� L sndon Tim>��* say?
t i�� un{leafable 1 lm t Ih hqr's aw n-��Lp'e��Mot
ia Jvumpi* ju<t. n vw*. and .whatever eiflm;thern.
In ty brtuti' UiJ1 j'ui'.aOe uif��i';�� ia un u n ler cur-
i ������ n t o f a ii xi: ���' y a*�� ?t o ����� re n'I a ? 1 i I ie* w' i ��ch i t
i-f �����nu a n��- n n t-verv* fem �����*e -T?*e?n��*n ? ��:nrte of
t-ie (ireat Piwera it*.-"to nro.*pocn of t��ndurinjr
j t'^c*'  have not anffi^d tu difnel the un**a��i
y AjjBpMr:.a Piir; i^^ge ,Q icat, iptteidipg^    ^
. . /RtCHFiBi*, Oct, 26? 1874
' The Court -wjs opened at 10 a.m;
* .The- following ^��ntleinen were sworn in as
mWti; fi- V^m^ikenburgh. J^H. Kason. G:M.
;Morri3. J, A IJeedy. VV.;&Stee!e-C..Wi!sfmJ
K;t^ Neuf{*lder, J-J; Uobtfrrii)K:JoA%ai��'ft*
Gilbert Monroe, Jon. Nu a, Ai Kelly, and A;
'r    ;'.   - KKCKima 8TOLKN pitOPEKTY,       ,
;T,he case of tho ,Queen v.��. Ab Ka. for ri��
ceiviug two bank not'?, ihe pi-operty of R
J/p^U-i knowing thum..to. be siolen, reman dad
I from Ia>t Assize. wiM< then proceeded with
laid thecusoitt a yi'l'yy clear manner "before
tbe jury, ;
:R.yLip^eti;: sworn:���On; Monday orTues-.
��rIay;in>litHt weekyof .Dctober^ 1873. ^f drew
:^3,2(K) in:batik:iiot**H^ fnim the-Baiikof Criiish
-NuTlh^An^ri^RjQitt-.'w.e'iit: to. Ligh in ing creek
to buy,gold \iiwt.; rernained- sn ������ LigJtfninsr
creek two or three days;-aiid-purchased S2200
iu dust; (.returned on 'Thursday, or Krid��y
Wi(h SipUOJtr:fipie8;ia:.my pocket f paid Mr.
Ivi^s y$4j)() <m;3l^JJctober; piie parcel of tlie
notes 1 drew .from; the liahk���S1200 -had
been use.j I  be fi i re ;  t wo p a ree I s co n ta iniog
SJfldO, eaelv  were new notes and had uoyer
boon ia circulation ;^pnid out at Lightning
the  Si2D0 .old and $LOIIO in m-w noie^, iiad
brouirlit back  the1 remaining $KliJJ) in,new
no tes ;  p ��i < t Ross'' $40.0 Jo $ 20 bills fro in th e
face ofy he.p ireel wnich I brought back and
which: remuiiied unbroken1; put the aoi^s-iiV
a cigir bv��x andpiaceU^iCia  aiciipb-nard in.
store; recollect Ah Man buying SOci opium
and;paying for it with a $20vbiU of j^nk of
I^itish .North Auiencafgavehini the change:
identify ; the; hptef produced lih^Cmirt a�� the
$$,^J?? HMe b> Ah;Man; Inid been nb^
titled of the lObberyv and put the name of'the.
hnno/n all $20 \note3 passing through -to#
hinds; marked the note produced a few
minutes after, receiving h) from Ah Miinf tlie
other note produced was given to me by U^
amounting to $3 ;.g;ive;her ihuehangeythuj
.llgje wa^given to mebefbi^theOne I rec^iv-
,ed- froni Ah; Alaiu the same day, in thi itay
time^hi;ii:kedTflje riote ibeairne day.tgptntj
I idemiiy. the uoleMthebue I'deceived :lrom
Ty.he-j a Chinawoman, sworn.^-The prison^
er gave; me ai,S20:,noterya white brie--to-:get
V.'-a': tvhj'ch./lla^'ToKJiss^cj^i^llie alleged-c'le.t^f*.
injinlioji ..of���..(T^rm^|j-y! frv4mrra?k and humili-
Tjlnl.-.o*- -.j|fl...iM.ti- and'
UCT in>her hroast tht*
��� tr�� Hn/A to 'wards' -her af
0 re ry o p p ju; 111 ti i ty^ a. sn r t of. p et ty 0 p p reps i 0 n
wloeh nvtv^^v/';to;r?m,in.d her tjint she;ha��
.ihi'I h-T mtst'-r: and- it- b 'hoores 'her to be
uvtster? and^^b'lionres iber
in*h':r a'*��*��A' aud to?ie.
uu'i n-T
/f ^Load00 .-0c1215���-The Sn*x\ t?h, A '-J*!*1 ��ador
i!%frft|j^��^Rlinkier O' *EoM��rn ":\(Mr** tha'
TmpjfifesMf n-m:* and other mat-ttial of war
nt'-imirao'Mi'i%flVlii�� RJi^tand are-fr^nehtiy, ship-
1-ij 1 to th�� c >asl ot Spain, and requested Y?\
1 -ice by:.q\}fi aut1 orities, to -prevent ��nch vin-
h i m*yj\f -ni��ijirjliiyi; Tif Ibis^Jtord "L)erby
f .-i a r ji��I y repl ie d; th a t .th e j rid, fi ai re c n n f iriit ��� t Ion
or 1 he war in ?pn,i n sh0 ws ;��rreat li ck> 0f vigor
j. u{ 0n��rgy. and i 1* thi; Sp?.nish navy was v 1 e:i*
I mi the jandirig of arms for the Carl ista would
be im possible.
Paris, 27 ih ^fbe Government h is is?n^d a
ti >!e to day ip al lay ihedi^qnielude causefl
liy the rnm6m;;:current. 0n ���, the 15ou rse and
vine where in Ciniiectiori fwith '.-ihe';-Spanish
in uni��randuin.; ;The note;Siy;s;JLjie- meuioran
d a m refers m 6 rb to past thaii tot present: matters: The attitude of none of the Great Pow-
vrs ju>tije3 the abir'jri felt by Spain, andwliiph
s rved as a prelextiforsendiiig the :menioran:
cium./       '2ZaVx1 2222.y-Zyfy Z''2.iZyy'"
Letters explain tho luacjivify'of theRepub
lioan Army; in :SpOn: by.'^.tlwf fact;.that-the
t'Tms ol service of a large ri umber of soldiers
laivt* expiied aiidftue"rauii3 ��� are ,&A'Mo uP
with mw. levies.-;        '   -  -  ',.'
Berlin, .27th ���The Emperor, AVilUam has
writien a reply to the Pope-sjttst' letter; pro-
h'siing against the prtJsebntiori of l.lib German
I*whops. Tlio 15m perdr says Germany has
done all in her power to five In peace with
IV Church 0! Uoiiie, tint that she is bound to
protect tbe Suite a>.iiii.il violent ul.-uii i.uu
c- ��n ��< piracies.
French papers deny the repovtod ugreenien:
bl France.to. support Russia in her policy in
'ho lust, and p osi lively contradict the recent
Import that Germany \Va3: about to send a
ii'ile to France endorsing tins S^auisU Com*
\> lain Is as t\5 the Oar lists.
Louddii, iSth��� Four hundred clerks of
'WnberS of the Stock lSxcluuge have been
uncovered tp Bo denting .hi sleeks.,-keepipg
l&fUnVr books, and ��� seillinir dilfe'ren'CeS., by
l^nce instead of pound*, ti is probable they
will all bo expelled Iruin the Exchange,   .
Madrid, 28thr-Advices from Santnudar. report tim, a .Spanish gunboat fired % yolieyoi
iru'isketry r.i u French inerciiaiit vessel miu
fteu beat ik party With boits to overhaul her.
.'Calcutta, -27th���tWe Times nt fridia. today
Announces 'tout O'oMfkol Moworay Thomson,
defender of Caivripoor. fails to identify Uie
person who islibiki to to SiDaSahro, though
Jie says iMre is certainly a likeness. The
prisoner Bays he v#*s drunk whettbe W��<y1
Wjffe&od tM-li% ^MsKiuti^ shite ' ��� '
my   i>edi'oom�� wbielr I locked j ilu*re was
01 her p r op e r t y. i a .thV ci i p boa n I rr a g< dd-w ai c b
abd;ehai'i 1,;gold I��ckei. and..-.011ainv go 1 d sjm*c5-
mens, 11 utes of hand and" mortgages; on I he
1st of JNoyeaiber. Iti7ii. some  liaio  in  tha
in or 11 ing, t he ��� fi re b��11s i*h ng f got 11 p  n n d
11 ressf dm yse If; lit a cand !e ,a 11 d i p u tit -on t he
bar of saloon ;  ran down to I he lire, -locking'
th'i.d'��or:alter me and pulling the key in.my
pocket;; ihe fire was at the lower end of the
town in tlie old-Oam])fu\n  11x\\. $\nrI was tho
work of an  ioc auliary.'  the fiie .vyus extin-
i��uishf d. and iTeturiuul hiune.-biivirgli.eeu,
away toytt 20 mutiuen ;v;\yheh I retiivned, I
vf0u��ol fyervtiling reni-Mudng hi (lie h'jiri flaaii*
ns When I left:; went Into my b^dropmand
found.the wind'iw open, the cupboard door
aji.-n, aiid things sciitiered: on-the fi >ot ;.>|ho
by  p��H0e per?pn:;-break ing a p-ineyofyglassv
putting bis .ha^iid ;.UVrVm ^li'Wii j -111 r a t i'i ff ;vtl* ^. b s"il--
it iti by 'whicii -it; was ������ fastened ; th^-cup boan I
hldbeeu -pried open wit hV a batch "et-; ��� ex:Cm
ined;; 'ik&X cup board arid ;lu>Vnd. the property
enumerated gone; rep or ted ibe rnbbvyy.im-
mcdialely,   uhi ��� iu: c->mpanyy..with.: cilizoris
.searched (JhiU^town-that juorning ; sb-uily
after;.! he. rob bery w^ij t to.;. the iti an Iv;  I h..
AgeriiyMr Morri-. saj i if ;t could, get. any.of
tbo notes, that were in the Stolen' parcel 'thai
he could lell ine the b:iiauc.' of'the mim.beiv.;
'Mr- Morris showed''iiib'Slup'paid-in-|��y;��iuss.
wbich lidealifted as ha vin tr Men paid by iii"
to Ross out:i>f ���'th,i"E:-Iv*u parcel���;��� AJrMorri.
looked,at tlio numbers, nri.1 as I had  htkeri
t h esc n h (es f ro in. tl ie lace of t he p a ic el, 11 c was
enabled to tell me Ihe' n':im hers pflhe notes
stolen ;  the notes- producm! in .Oj.-urt wyt?
contained;: inrtlio'packflge stolen .frum^mo.'U-.
Mr M orris' statemeu t is cmT.'Ct. , :
G. M. Morris, Agent Bank of .British Nnr.tli
Anioiica, sworn, -fee u I leci giving, MrUi;)-
'gblt a package of notes CfUitaiuing $3:oUi 95 ;
$2000 were ti<3il lip separ ifcly wilh fed t��Je.
the balance weie not tied J ��100U :vvere in
new $-'0 notes, S301 jti.mjscel Unco us notes,
probably $20s; the SibiM) had ocen laKed
from u.$2000 packing of .020s^ the numbci;s
of notes'issued t'.r the first VAwe run consecu-
lively in the original, packages ; keep iij
record of notes issue:.; Mr Lipseit catne to
tho Bank after tb'o vobbery, and I produced
��100 in $2(5 iioh-a wliich he had paid to koss.
aiid which Ro.��s had p tid into theUank ; the
uumbers oi these notes rail consecutively 5
the notes produced in Court mu^st have baen
in tlie package from wlucii the 11^0 paid by,
���Uf halt to Ross was taken.
Hugh Ross, A<xet\t Hmlsori Bay ���0,, sworn.
Recollect the rob'bery-5 Lipselt paid me $100
previous to the robbery in ncto ot Kanlc ol
British North America*: the notes wi?re new,
ah I Ivid never Ween in aireulafion j>elm;o ;
deposited them iu the ISunk the diiy after receiving them. -������      .-:    .
Ah Mail (examined through an interpreter),
sworn.-X know the pristmerV got *%'M note
If ftank of British North America from inn
ho&o tlftfl '���1*�� to buy 50 cents wertho
Oiiniii'; bought tin) o}d,^ii and gave .tie
SVto prisoner; cnnoi identify the note
produced in Court?  bought the.opium at
gavti-the rch^nire^ IJdAiyji^on^xXo^X'xi^
fire;;  d0 notMtipw/: that: lie;: was���; 011S Gioiise;
creek, yjyyyyxxx.xx A: A/yAyy;yy;/:/,//:.,,
George.^Byrnesi-;; sworn.-^On or.about 1st
of pecemher Called at'/KWtfn^''C^d.rig-^Bfdra
to coljeCt $40:^p:J wliich they;,paid;j.:iiboiiO
or fl;o'clock'ii* the eveuing:���Vm'et'':A(r.J \VL;iW>;
Dodd ; he snid .to tne, you haye^psie ot. ibe
stjoieri notes'ltf.vyoiiriiriacfcit"^-'?^:sa1i/-.i''SiU"yi*o*
know j:. pnlled nrit ;tlie rii0ney: 111.';iriy: ppckeV-
and , fo u nd 'h ha 11; had a n;i > t'6 (b ne;; of t Ii e no tes
pj'odaced ,iri;Cour:t j;lhe ;nu m ber of which cor-
respond ed : with ^ the ��� nu mbm*; of; one.'! ;of -the;
Xtolevt ri 6\i es..'|:; a injure: i hat I. received the npse
fromcKwpngiCkobgy went to :R\vo%Chong
iri yen ���. tp; m,ef in"��� P ay m en t;':: tli e^; s;f mo:. d ay|; 'jyjrjp
f lien : asked;'. hliuvJ by/wtitey,Ids trune:>on [-ibe
n61 eV'.w h ich" ji'er'd fclf j v'sea" rCibed; Chi mi (o wn; in���
co m p;i n ^ -Wit h ;Li psetf tbej niglifc o f -htlie /. i\t.px$
t Umik: tisaw, prisoner, tliej^higlit; of ^iie^ tire,v
"bn (won't swear that ItHdi        -.y,     * <:
W.-Wi Dodd��sworn.-:-! recognise, the; note:
nroiiliced j ;saw.:ifeiil^Byrn*a?;Vpo^
1st' December of last year;  the nple was.
��� m Vrked iri A niy; preseii ce; a t; IJ wring.Clipng ��� s j
was acI ing as Li psettrs agent.;      ,..        \
This chised thecase fur the Crown. t;
;\, Mr Fark^:who:(l��* jen(led:,;:fhe.'rprisonerr;;;did
not call-any witnesses. He contended it had
n At 1 jmeri: f roved-; tliH t;.f they' p (^Oper yliad X a'
felon iilus^knpwle^eio f .them o}e<bemg stolen^
or that he wasyeuuajxed iu thesrobbery,; and
<��id jjiat j t; Rayniotis,< a Chinaman, were ?|n
Court, he bould-prove  that^prisoner was, at iw��o had committed the-x robbery.
Grouse Greek at-tbe; time of tli>?;robbery> a^| i^h Shan^ robbing ad ump5b6i^fc^
/duced5^in^urtr^brpHsone^iold meHtiaVi'^ ,.
.had placed it.there,f Mr Green tlfeft opriSa" A
tire parcel, and I reeQgnised'the,purtiCiiIai^ H
piece of gold ;,which?Thad pbked oat; of^my: $���*
dump box in -the'morning and  afterwards.'  ,:
threw in again j, will not swear positively^to! ^
the piece of gold produced iasCouil, itis:s^X'
long;since 1 have seen it: but to;the bestsof -l   "���
my: knovvledgeit is ��lhe,piece Stolen fomirijr.^
dump-box, an;d thejidentity of which,! bave ���     ���
sworn'to >befo\"e; when the prisoner wad /cold* ���"
mitted fpr tri��L v, ,��� t,,       ���-    _ ,r ��� "    . -'.
' #; Cons tubtoGiWa. who arrested tbe pTlsonet| AZ
swore-posiiiveiy'fo the. identitv of .tlie pact'io^��/,:y
ulaivpiete" of ^goldlVro^uCedf in ^<$urt|'vaM'^vy
to its haying been identified by Glyftu -when " f
the" package was; opened after' findmg it "ia
Stotif gulchi; /.: .y      ,   , '  ���.    - Vu -,
*���   This closed'tliecase forthW1 pfof^iitibn.XA/ '
Mr Park,who defendedaheprisoner,called- A
np' wit nesses., lie-said * there, was no proof >';
that themairhad been in Blaclr'Jiiek glitch\';"
the dayibe-robbeiy; wasXcommitted;;- Gbid""'
was a difficuU I h.ing to sweai';to ;4 andllid not AX y
see ho^Glynircouldi.swe'a^yto ta-particulA^ Ar
piece^of gold simply, beeHU3e itfwast. washed,^i?
sin 001 h an'd b ad som e b 1 a c k in a r k s 0 n i 1;    ;  ;" 'Z.
;.; The Judge summed np XiMe: reviclerice, an^?J^.
.after ileli berating fot a short timo/thc^Jutjr P5'J
re turned; a1 verdict ofgniltyv '  , ,'
i pi teal ion was made by Mr Divi-^ in th& -
matter of the Meniffee Estate forraneicfentiioa',J''"
of^tlme. for i t^e Executors to- flic their acf ���'
counts.   Granted,m(   , ���        '������;".     >      ." v-
A In the mattelr of Price inx\& Ctiijip, bank- ''
rupts, secondclass ceiui^catesyw ere grauted. y *
The two Cbhumep were then bt ought up  ...
for sentence,'   ,. A     ' 1
y Ah Ka rior receiving, and passing StblenY c
bank no tes ��- was sentenced to three yearsVim^y y
prisonment with hard labor. After receiving"!vi
his'sentence, the pH'softer^^'^ ;,
no t'e* f rote Si rig �� ,Yo ii Wspaymen t .-'o f: a %a��Jbt*yvy
irig d��ebt^andvstated that!he kiiew thenar
remained there up to. 10th  Noyembev.w:JWLr��� ntaprisori
I-'at}tTestM'fiWciiSQ'��� on ihe lack of proof, of     -~y    -
fel on ions knowledge. ~y ,- y
' The Judge {hen summed upUhe.evidence,,
and ��� cjii*rged the Jitry !toMiye>ty.l;eir"miriilfcpf
all prejn lice *in considering ,the case. -The
ptdnts uf Irtw'wefe verjr plaiii. I^idetvce. was,
necessary i;) ^rovo';i|ie.pro
thought 1 here was no: difficulty "in pro>:jug ;:
���iec<judly, to prove the theft. He considered
the id*'ntity of the; notes wtili;those stolen
Tr -1 m Lr: 1 >set t as "ten tab 1 isb ed ; al so that i t had
iS ji 'clearly. pVoved: they'were iri pbsFCSsioii\
oi prnouer, and^bad^been^tolerr^omjLipi
^et l"s prtunis^S; ��� M i* Parle-resled his case on
the''wiia t of proof of lebmious kuovyledge. \be
o n I y;p oin t he cm 11d: VraTse : in; b eh a 1 f of the
prisoner; but the; cotiduct .of the prisoner
kaowtliatyhe uotes bfidbeen stolen. Ihe
nrisoner luul failed to show-bo who had .cohie
into possession of tberii-;; and it bad been'
proved thathc bad: changed;:tho l^o notes
produced iri Coiirt ori the same diiy��� to.buy;
s .me triflingarucles. which. looked very ;sns:
pieious.':. The'only:.priiiit for1-the -/.Jury to (|e-:
ci'le was '--'w lie titer the prisoner did: have: ���-af
feiiviiious knowledge   that:;"the nOtea: were;
siolen.. .- ���,-.   \, X XA- ��� AX '/AAny  .. '.-, -i.; "*���:-������ :
The J ii ry t hen re tif&d, and aft er an absen ce
0 f ii ft ee n iri i n ri i os ret urn ed i u to Co u rt with a
verdict of 'guilty*.:  '-"" . AX.y'yy
\h Shan  was cbaVged   with   fdonioul'.y
a oiling, ou the Uth July last,ou.eor, ot gold:
dust, froin ihS tUiim of Miclmei GJ yini, Ula'ck
Jack Gnlchv The prisoner pleaded notgumyv
Miches?!   Glyiin," sworn.���"Own- a  riunieg
clMmon Hb.ck Jack gulch> on UthtJbty
"laai .<Lbnut.l2 o'clock nooVi, went to '.inner;
was -eookitig Mv, dinfiVV wben a mat. named
James Galhui, who Bad been working for roe,
came' in aud asked me what was the. matter
������'ith the witter, as it Was uOt running-; thought
the bank bad'caved on the ht^e, ana ran up
LnW^fcVwife'the ihatter> found that the
rimes hhd been taken out, of the boxes and
Hie dlimn-box cleaned tip ;. on discovering
the roObery hunted rotfwl the woods and then
went to liarkerviUe and procured a warrant
isonmeat. Wi Iii, hard inborn
,  ���    A ,-^y -AAX%*
To bis Hortor J. H. Guay. Justice of the\Btf?l *'-..,.'
preme Cofit of British .Columbia..     -    t
-   The Grand ;lnry of the District;of Cariboo
res p ectf u 11 y p reseu t th a t they feel grati fied
at the p res en ce 0 f a *J u d ge' of ih e S u p rema
Court in the district even at so late a season..
At the same lira eM bey beg^to express their-
regret that the Assigns field to-day should not
have: bee nr be id at an earlier period, ,as ,th��^
probability ia that cases might have .beeorfy
brought before the Court which, owing to th^;,    b
short notice giverij eould not now be^re^   /
pared in due lime1 for hearing. yyy,;
.A Cise of peculiar hardship has atsb odi:
Curred by reason of ilie belief that noConr^   v.
would be held this aeason,���a bankrupt. whp\)5,t'-"
lias, si nee secured a first-class certificate) hav��y, Ty
\\\cr bOeu obliged to^^ borrow money 'to go tb% -A A
Yale, at:rin expense of at least $20J��iH tttdesf     ;
to have his case'-ailjudilated*' ..       ���* ;      -   -   :
:   The Grand Jury Would. therefore��� strongly :  /
nrge; in view of the importanceVof the great,, y
district o!: Cnribri65 Iliat^afc least two regular      .
Courts ot Assise Ehouid be heldun;the di^ ;
ttict 'annually-, of. tho, dates of the holding   :
which timely notice should be given, fp that-   ���
saitrirs afed'otheis might be duly prepared. _.     .;
-The. Grand Jury further desires toJhariK ;r^
y6;tT ftonor f<ir the courtesy always extended' ; ~A
tlte&i by the Court, but do not deem it iieceS- AA/
Niry to make any particular suggestions as;.lof... yu
the wants of the district, n* the recomraenda* ���>A
ijons ot previous Grand Juries have .usually; , y*
been iguored by the Provincial Govern merits*
J. 8, TuoMPSOW Foreman. -
E. C. Kkufkldeii, Secrtttavy-
Barkerville, Oct. 2G; 1874  ;-:       -"���'���^     ;
-��� ^n*- ���������
iol'liio warrant went in company witfe Con-
fafa'ft Grem up Stout gulch-an4vuaw the
fen^coming down the hill; the prisoner
itoipei when ho seen ns and retraced his;
��� erisV lm went bM& 15 or 20 yards, iheu
S^ward^^^g^; I��|.��W d��too^
, li kijflrt&BYv Se ptem b er, IS69.-^Gentteme-��;
[ feel it a dn ty I owe to you ��� lo> ex press mf
gralUMdefor \he great benefit I bave.derived;
ft^r iaki ug'; * Is 0r to nh Camomile Pi I la.'; \ I ap-
plied to your agent. .Mr. BeU, Berkeley, for
1 h e' ubo v e- n am ed P \\ Is. 1 or v; i 11 d i 11 the a lorn-,
ach, from which 1 suffered -excruciating- pair*.
for a: length ol., time., having fried nearly,
every remedy preicnbed, but without denv*
ing any benefit at all. Afier taking two-
bottles of your"'valuable Pills, I was qmto
restored to my usual slate or health. pI leas��,
give this pnblicily for (he benefit ot-th^-
who may be thus afflicted.^ ����������*$��*���
yours. IIbkbt AuJASS^To ;lm \>T*p&m
1 q| -H9Rtox4s -CUnenfL* Tvm, ' nWl Dislrict:beirigalso the Northeast cor-  ip of New Westminster District; thence fol-  lowi.^ the Northern and Eastern bounuunes  of thtyYaleXarid Recording Division to the  point of commencement;   iy'y-  'DISTRICT   OF   YAl* (OSOOYOOS  i. -DIVISION).'  The Osooyoos Land. Recording -pttrlof  shall be bounded on the South by the 49th.  Parallel, commencing at a.point (being e'^  .As^GoociBTeccWed.Micl Rlorftflln ^IRE-PROOF  OKLLAR,- and liberal advances nam������ o* ������m<v at  ���������ciisonablb -rates. raj j om  . ^. ^........ ....     ^ District of New West-  minuter ;shaH be bounded on the South by  the Southern"Boundary of the Province (tli  49tb-'Parallel-of North   Laliiude) to a point  rtbonvfio.miles EKst- from the shore of the  'Giilfof Georgia, said point being the South-  Eastern corner of New Westminster District,  muVibe*Soiiftli-Wc������fcm - corner; of; the  V������tie  District;: on the  55-tsfe by a line (being also  the Western boundary of the Yale Disliici)  running North from  the said SouH1-E.1Stern <  corner,.'CroKsirip: Fraser River about 8.miles  rbove the mouth of liarrison River, to a dis-  ance of about 45 miles, and thence North  of North Latitude ; on the East bylhe" 124th"''  'Meridian of West Longitude; on the North  by Jbe 60th Parallel;-, and on the West by  Alaska.* Territory of the United Stateg of j  America. ��������� A%  ROBERT BEAVEN,  Chief ComraSsssiouer Lands &; Workf*  Lands and .WorksOffice. '... ii���������"'/..        ;..-'..  Victoria, July 18lh, 1S74. so3  .... y-  liGHTNING CREEK,  .. A :y       j^ij oa band a choice stock of. .  .y''^"/Aly*.A*^A^ .  f*L+if\f%t*\m������\(  thence running Norii.ward along: the suW  Western boundary to.the Soulh-hast corner  of the Kamloops Land Recording Division.:  thence following the Southern ���������inwJ=Jv*t������ii-  boundaries of said. Land,-Recording  '."SOUtil OIOIIU i '������ nu������iu������������i;   w������    -  Recording Division to ��������� point of commence  meat.  /-whichrhej will sell;   y      .::'..'..?.    ��������� -'y   -..'   '/���������  WHOLESAiLE AND fiETATL^AS CHEAP  ^AS THE /-HBAPEST, *   l    ;  - ������������������" i -y.;; , , ��������� ... j., ��������� ftuiv -A, >/ ���������;.--���������"������������������.;,- ',;-,  *B??;  :; X^.^PAS'^BBKN DEMOTED TO,  far  ^^itmng Creek.;;  : JBtanley-, Augtist.22t1874"v  Q. M, MOKIUS,  ,' ���������   A&crit.  ,    nu22lin  y  . ������������������  iSTBb^ THIS bATE THE ASS AT<CJiarze  A*   lor lots of Gold Dust;of Fil'tewi Ounces or antfer  y'2 B^ixacEDTO two:dollars, ;;.;���������"  ... r    ........      ,--..,���������    -     ...      ;.'���������''��������� '  ������������������'.  .- ���������  judfar,y���������;/'-,.:-.-:.y;;:...:    ;y://y/y'--/;'    ��������� / -./  MINERAL jiSSATSTO  tho latter payable la advance,; . ;. y  .   .y-.-.'V. , /y a:aa ....;.. w. hitchcock.  .'fitt'li;August, 1374.; ] / uii29lm  ^"'���������    '���������    .      ���������'���������        '        '��������� ' "    i^.M���������      I ... !!!���������.' .II.I.IM-|_ '       h   .i���������    !������������������������������������  } Tbo $l,O;0ft?OOQ Loan  WON'T I.NTKRFKKE WITH   ���������  West by"'North about 50 mile's, at an average  distance of about, 10 miles East from tlie gen-  erar course of the Douglas  portage, to;the  NorIfr-Eastern corner.ot said Disirict. which  is also tbe .North-Western corner of Yale District ; on the Northi-tiy a Hue (beinp also the  Southern' boundary* in part, of l.he Lillooet  District), thence running West from said.Ins!  named corner, crossing Lillooet-Lake at a  point about equi-distantfrom eitheyemd, and  touching tbe extreme Northern, point of Jer-  vis Inlet (whicli is'the South West corner ol  Lillooet District) thence to Forbes Bay., oii  the shore'of-Desolation Sound.;  and on the  West, by a line .running llrrougb. the middle  of Horn fray Channel  to Sarah  Point;  and  ���������Ihence in a straight line.Sculberly to the most  Westerly point of* Savary Island ;  thence to  nrid^chahUeLof Golf .of- Georgia; thencfe; to;  the een t re of Sabihe:chann'el to the "boa ud any  of .Nanaimo Land Recording District, roIlo\y:  i n g thrringh the een tre of said; clian nel to a  iVbitif opposite Point Dp wood. Texad a Island;;.  4 hence foi lowing the mid-channel' of the 'Strait,:  >f nGeorgia to the Nor lb ^Eastern corner ol  vGowichan District; thence Weston the"49lb;  ParJtllel to point-of commencement,'aiid shall;  include1 the/.'-following 'Islands-������������������ Roffy.''  ���������parJ^'lTittiiviljiev  l-Rifgi������eai,;^Srtvary;L'lSa?w^  '-* Hardy^'t ^Nelson;    ;< C/������ptain/ \ ' Pearson.5  faTfioiwahdyi-l"*.Trail,?'/While,7/ Anvil.7 *jDe^  fenced  f Wool bridge, y ������Oambier-7  ' Keats.'  ';Boy:enU���������' Basleyl' ^Popharii,7; * Wnolcrtmbe.*1  and'-Passage,? rind all other small Islands not  enumerated within said boundaries.  ^ DISTRICT OI? YALE (YALE DIYISION):  /The .Yale Larid.; Rfcord ingX Division shal I  be bounded, on the; West .by a; 1 -be 'cotnw^nc:  *"5������vOn*.,;tlie:jfiis'lJI^afSafli-l*,rtF North; Lutilude,  <>o -.miles East fn im it I te G it If of Georgia-, hem g  also ibe ,Soutlj-Easterri cbrrier of New .\Vesl-  minsfer/Lan<l /Recording District';.;.- thence  North about 4o miles': Iheiice North about  J 45, m 11 es,; Ibe n ce Ns > r th - West a bo 111 50 rri i i es  to a point: being. tho NnrI h-Easlerly cbrn er oI  New Wes> f mi ns I e r D istri c I-; tli en ce Ea s t a b o u j,  37 miles to a point nnaT: the jiinclion of the  Thompson and Nicola Rivers ;:. th'ence iiV i\  So i i th; fiasterly cl i rec i inn, ru nn irig. pa ra 11 el to  t I'i e ge n era I co u rse of th e N i c i >1 a Ri ve;r. a n d  dig tan t ab on i 7 m i I es theref ro m. (o r. a di.������ tan ce  of a b - nt 13 5 mi I es to C������, il d wn hi r Ri ver ��������� the nee  i n a So ii the r 1 y d i rec I in n. u lo ng the t rai 1 lo a  point 2 miles West of Prince ton ; tbt-nce due  Soil 1 h to th e 4 0 th Pa rat 1 el; n b on t 'A (J mil es :  fheiiceriioag Hie said parallel to the point ol  com men cement.  LILLO OB IV DISTRICT.  The Laud Recordiog Dislrict of Lillooet  shall he briunded onthe'Rist by aline (heinjj  also the Western boundary, ih. part,  of the  iCootenav   District)   c<������mme:icing   from  tli.  Mor Ih -Eastern corner of, Yiilu'; Klectoial D^-  trier;  thence'following a course parallel fe  the general course of ihe Cul'imbia River arid  ibont ten miles distant therefrom.[A) mile.v  to n point on the T>H-Parallel r.f Norlli;Laii  tiid'e; which is i\\* Niirih-Etsienr conier-y.t  said Lillooet Disuxl.iird ihe Soiuh-^sien.  corner of Cariboo '-Dislrict;  on Ibe Niutb b>  the said ft 2d r,iralb*l(bein?.;vl������oibe .S.mttien  boundarv of Ciiriboo pisn-ict) cr ������-������?������v>  lh;  Cariboo Road at tbe l������S������'h tnilepost. for a  distance of about 220 mib-s. to a poitiVon the  124th  Meridian, wliicli iJ the North -Western-  corner of said Li 11 one I-1 lis I rict. M mi t Ik- Si ������u j J������  Western corner of Cariboo D-siriiil :, on th������*  West1 by live said i24tiiMertv!ian;a ������]is.tarice  pf about 125 .'miles,; to the pyiut  wh>;rev tll������-  said  Meridian intersects lite Northern booti-  liary of ' N<jw NWestminster;' Distrlcty ui;/ihr'  Northern extremity.ofyfevvis Inlet ;  on jln  South by the Northern  boundary  of ��������� >*e\>'  "Westminster District, to '.{his NVtrtbE^ten;  corner of 'paid;.- District (which w aWo th*  N������rthfW|ster-*i>;corner r>f"Yjyle. ^Elefcjoru! Dis  trict)": and v thence by the Northern ,'iiMi ad a ip  "lovforb dt^uribedi of '%& id Yrfle Hlectoral Di*  ;t rict, torfhe Sm ib-K;isfi-ni corner- of sn iHAl2!  looet/Dislridf wbich is.nlsn the North-Easte:iii  cornei* of Yale Electoral District/;      ���������'  NOTICE K9.-.-HEREBY GIVEV THAT CROWX  Grants.will he \&\w<\ to iho ouitcrmciuloiici)  MiningCompPtnlea f������������r Ijin*t cldmeil by.thum, iu nc������  ������in������lflnc������������ with. "Tho GolJ Mining Atni'mhiunt Act:, ���������  1873," SrXfY (60) DAVSlrom tbe UjiIV hereof; \n<������  vM������.l no obJi'Cli.-a Is loa^'tl ngaiie-i tin; Issuing ������rth'������  -���������dtblOr.inls with tbo ���������lilwf t>nntnl*sj������!icr ol* tandi  trtif Wt������rks below tbo cxplratt.m oi* tho said sUiy  luy^, viz.:���������   y  Tlio Bhck Jack and Burns Cbinpaay; U1U cUim.  The Myrtle C������wptny.' ���������  Tho B-tll:tnit Gaitip.ta'f ���������  The S'ii.)ain C"inp:itiy������ -,  Tlio'AI rt C������������mp:������ny..  The >loLir.-iHuml,:lflF������  ���������    The K.������r..'Ht��������� R������io C������������mpany.  .���������-TM-Cnt-'U Oanp:my.- ,.:. -  '. - Hii������ Imirp-nhnt Ci*mpiny#. ".������������������:  Tho o������s4tlw<y������a Omipoiy.  plami i*f th" ibining }irf>a������ ������ clabn&l l������y' tho nVn  tltassp irtU-? en b'i 8o.il :il  the otlic ��������� of the Ot-v rn  ii m A^iDK aiflboo, r<-r Sixty day* lr-;tn thy Uato  ���������HTc������if,  : ������������������"���������  'ROBERT BKAYEN*.  Oit'fCrtmmWfWh-r ��������������� l^u/a iuid \S%rU  Lin-'flatil WnrKMlirptrtm-nt,  Vict*.rU,.laly UJih, 18U  ;   ^esnelmotitli, Bp.%  Wlioro there aro still,plenty, of tho. best brunda ai  -  > , .British Col umb liv  liotnV T'.j '.-:    ���������'../..':-".'";'  LILLOOET BEANS of 187?,  And other Farm Prodaco, at VERY LOW RATES,  .-*,; Also,a gt'neral assortraeat ot  OROCEfUES,  dry goods,  -;/������������������-��������������������������������������������� boots & shoes,  ;       HARDWARE and DRUGS,    y  -EST Commission, Storago aud Forwarding business  tfono at reasonable rate3.  my$ *m  JAS.   REin.  JS KX<  BARTTES;    INTBNDfNa    TO     AVAIL  A-     themselves of the newMming" h&w an-'l to put  ::'ffhfWtt\Ktr ground, can have.tli������i.Survey of Abo same  and Mip>a iaX&4? by ad tlressiug  DISTRIGT OF KOOTMAY. y      >  Tho Land Kecnnlinjr District of KooJonay  Fi.lisi 11 ..be' btmnrlt'd oii the U'c>t by flio befory  de? c i'i be< I Kft^iern . I) a a i\ tlai'je.4 v'tyy Yal u : Kl < c  torn! atuLLiiliJori Dislricis up to ��������� iin? North  Eastern cmiuM* of. Lilltjeiel .Dminct. \vhicli !>  also thi^Soiiili-Kj^teni corner ������'f'(}..������ril>bo:pUi  tiict,; ami ������������������lhi*aCfj;:''J^V:.������������-''. J fiiV.:.(-.bH������jr ./Ji^o/Uu*  55o nib Ea s (on i b j mn da ry o f Oa r i h t������o 1) i s! H c I j  f'ojl(Hvln������r the. g^n������Tsjl ctrus^* of th* Ofiiitiboi  Uiveh-arid <li>;ji?|t..IV������)'m- irabfint. ji) liiil.e^,. U. r  a ini'tliff rti^lancc ai: ;.abnMt o() iniles. to u  piiln'i'oh-.tlia.llofh MwdOiait, n'boht il't i&U%  NorthJ"Ji<jt .of,ihe .iiOat fCticiuktpm>;iit-i. ���������.and i  yAu/ygixmAyyA-iMjim^  ths'^only ,,apop,sA^|v:-/1  GatitiOn aga.iiiat-IPr'audi^i^-jfioTi^My&  ������������ ujlod ceVtuIti'fenjie rHo jrVpp I x/1 Ij j* n������ n*������ o ik ��������� \t 111- ������.  N*ri!n$'l^ficeM,''^  j>������tbHo 18'iienJby^niV������rm<Jd'tbuttilt only \\uy to i*r*>--;������  ^ur^tUegotinlttOi Ih iftry  irt+l to te*> ttta t'thul rna m es a Vo up* n t he wtul'n ft1  I.A������������LH,-*T^rj*KK.anrt������"lTI:E.  -  55. i j> j u vi J tb ������Tof clgii /ni -i vfcel f b a t;l n c hern fxiyplW  \t I'i If u <ptffl<m ^' Wiiro^stishsbI r������ Sa uc# .n jm������h .1 i+< ������tap  pw'r an -.11 h b (ri fi o I wh I fib tltc nn hs e f o I ;!,������>:������ a n-1. Prfrifl *  'iite*'. iWeri rnr{jedrl*.:ati(i; |V;jf jyr-: noiiceiJmi.tlu y  wn i y r nfcbci i "-'i h vfri& ������. r rcypondt-ii if wi t J������ p<.w������t "1  ���������tteu'V to: take'I n#irfhl pri'W'Villiifi}? annliiVi ma\C.,  t4^rtn:ftai������������in������l vfc.vnOP*oi siwIiV*' !,ay "thrrlinit^  ;ti(>a������by.wlvicbthpl|ri������htm������y hetntiriPgeiiy:.,;'  A^k for tiKAfe PEHBINft1 Sanoe and see  ypStiiz o&Wr&pper, Lab������l,-.Bottle,i ana  . Stoiipor., i -���������'���������- ���������.      :��������� , ���������.-��������� . .  . W!tf������lival^;ahd:fnr'^'Sp^irt by:;*h^,proprietrtB*, Wj  '���������^i'������r;:ciix������M-v^ftliidk������r������!ll, ..l^n������loo, ^c.jj&o. j -Mi;  by (I r^icew and OI hneri universal ly /  (bo Kn4 Uy-the saiil;HHB>'ru |i������iiiudiH*y of tb  roviiice1;   and  oii. \\w S^ut-li  by ' i'&S' /lllih  'araili-I, ibe Southern bouttdiry oi  tli0:1'rb-  :"cc. ��������� ./.."��������� /-/ :.  VI  DISTRICT OF .CAETBOO: ^ .:  Tim Land flecdrdfit'^," -Dif ljrfct '<> f On i iboo  >Imlj bo boundetl! on the:Weat by the J 21ib  .\ferirliitn, w}iieh is a 1 bo tlitH^is'l<������rn b^undnry  of the C oa % I J) j .* | r i c t; on 111 o; So 111 li b y t ho  o2d Paraliel, which is ;ibo the Nbri-hftrn broni.  darrof Lillooet 'Dwlrjci.'; on ibe Soinh KitKi  by Lbe bt'fore described Ijoiiodnr'^, in part, of  kootenay i)t.-l,rict ; ruvtSui lOtstliy tb*V4]Htii  Tan -Voiken^ & Co.  DISTRICT OF  TALIS (KAWLOOrs-  Dinsiox).  ��������� The Kimlonns LnroJ Recording Division  sh all" h e bound ed on the So'othhv n\h) e co in -  tnenctner at a- point 2 mllva W^strif Princeton,  rnnninff due EaRt to llm.Snnllj point of Bknn-  iigiin L������k������; thetico on the. East by a line  running Northward, and following ibe Baal-  ffrn. shore of. Okann^an L������ik������ to iia hyad ;  Mtenco due North, to Rmind Luke ; thence mi  the Sou lb by a lino ninnin.tr due Rvist to the  Eastern boundary of Yale Electoral -'Dwiricl.  bein^alBo the Western boundary of JConte-  nay District; tbeheft following the Western  boundary of Kootenay DiKlrict, to tbe North-  Bast corner of Yale Electoral Dislrict; thence  on the Norih by (be Soitihcrn boundary, in  part of Lillooet Di-drict, ninning Went from  the Raid last named corner, mid passim;-tuioitl  three Bifs.es North of Seymour, to .a distance  of about 20 miles; thence inn d beet line  about Bo miles, lo n point on tho Norihl  Tbompson.Uiver (Moridinn Bond) obnnf Ji5  miles North of Kamloops ; thence in a direct  line jib out 15 miles North of Kamloops:  Ibenco in a direct line about 50 lines to Ihe  1 Umflft post on tbe wnson road from Yale to DISTRICT OP 0ASSIAU.  m^L^^ i Tbo Caviar Land Record^ District shall  ARKERVILLE   AND  \n*rif]iati of West; Longuh/ilK (bein^aJHO  WVsiern boundary, in par|. of Kootenay Dis-  trict) to the sumrnil; of*llnf llocky. Alnnnfains,  and i hence North war! by the sum mi t of the  Rocky Mountains. *nd by the j/^llh iMeiiilian  <*f West Lrnj/iinifle, tlie Sistern boimdarv of  the Province.; jtml on ll^ North by the 6t)lh  Uraliel o|. North Latitude, the Northern  boundary of the Province.  . DISTRICT OF'QAITNEQa/.' , ,  The Land Kucnrdi.iig Distiict of Omino-a  Shall ns boimdi'd on Ihe Srmib by Ihe 5!th  I ara le of. Norih LnJifode ;yon Iho. Bast by  ihe 3241b Meridian (,r. Rast ,Iionftii������d������.r on  -(he North by th{.5fiih P,rallel ; ind on. the  ������m vy the Wtb Meridian  of East Longi.  BEST  >20  A SUPPLY OF THE        ./  ' "^';^;l|sri:  Always on hand.;,  ln& preparer! to.Turnisli Lubibcr at ti.cir JI^  il   William Creek, orduli ver It to orJ������ir.  T.UMBBB DELIVERED ON;.LWHT������C������  CUBI5K.' '        y  Hftviftft n Planing:Machine In operatioo M. '  g  also i'unltsli. =-


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