BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Cariboo Sentinel Sep 2, 1867

Item Metadata


JSON: xcariboosen-1.0171410.json
JSON-LD: xcariboosen-1.0171410-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xcariboosen-1.0171410-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xcariboosen-1.0171410-rdf.json
Turtle: xcariboosen-1.0171410-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xcariboosen-1.0171410-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xcariboosen-1.0171410-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

 I  Vol.4. ,     yy Barkerville, Williams Greek, B: C., Mond^^  No. 35,  SOUTH AMERICA.  ydH IXL  Latest dates from Valparaiso are to the 3rd  . July; Immense excitement was produced in  Valparaiso by the news received by the  French mail, of the Spanish squadron under  Mendez Nunez, having left Cuba for Rio Janeiro,^ and of the reported intention of the j  Spanish government *t0 renew hostilities  against Chili and Pern. This news was confirmed in the main by 'despatches received  through   the   overland  mail   from  Buenos  , Ay res, which report the arrival at Rio of the  Numancia and three other Spanish ironclads.  This intelligence'created quite a panic among  the foreign merchants of Valparaiso, whose  interests may again have to suffer. In the  Chamber of Deputies, on the 28th of June,  the ministry yweve pretty hard pressed by  . Matta,Lastarria and Santamaria, in reference  to the real situa^ggjMr Chili, and whether the  '-gcvernmeR^iYieaat-war.-or������ peace; - -The minister of war'was forced to reply, and the following will convey tho substance of bis  declaration :���������'" the Chamber of Deputies and  the country should understand that the government will wage a defensive war only,  without running the risk of remote expedi-  ,. tions.1 howerer much;,it.:may be provoked  ';.' thereto."      . ���������;' 2  " PERU.    .  Lima dates are to the 13th July. Great  ..excitement pre vailed in tho capital and in  Callao, in view of the .probable return of the  Spanish 'fleet. -The government.is vigorously  "pushing on.the work of fortifications at Callao, so as to render it as impregnable as possible. Three new forts, have been erected,  mounting. Rodman's and ��������� Dahlgren's 12 and  15-incb ���������guns;.--;V :   ��������� y  Admiral Tucker was "������������������:not, as erroneously  stated in several 'New York papers, ".dismissed" from the Peruvian navy. : He was  merely, by his own request, relieved from the  schief command, and:sti 11 .held... the rank of  vice-admiral;; Tn the event of active, operations, Tucker will again assume.command of  the. allied fleet. ������������������ He had gone with a large  party from Lima on an exploring expedition  to the head waters of the Amazon, but as soon  as.the. threatening intelligence of. Spanish indentions reached the government, a'messenger  was sent after the Admiral in hot haste, recalling him immediately.  .    ' The new constitution, will be promulgated  on the 2Sth of July, the anniversary of the independence of Peru, and a day of great rejoicing throughout the republic.  A Jury-Box Joke.���������A New York paper  says: " We often hear of the humors of the  of the* bench and bar, but the jests of  tbo jury box: if only collated, would be quite  as amusing. The other day; in the Supreme  Court here, a -civil case was on trial. The  suit was important, the lawyers labored, and  a full day was occupied. The jury were  faithful and attentive, and one Prussian juryman, of Bismarckian face, was observed to be  specially.sagacious and interested..... At: length  the case being argued, the jury retired, but  soon sent back the message that one of their  number could hot speak a word of English  much less understand one. It was the intelligent .jurymen, who had sat with the rapt expression of fidelity and interest all through  tbe day, who had been the special object to  which the counsel on.both sides* addressed  their pleas, and who only revealed his misfortune when, being asked for his opinion m  the jury room, he confessed' he didn't verst-  Cjien^''  ,. * _.._..; ���������".:.;. ;������������������ .;'.; ;Zi,./i;.......  X,  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  LATER FROM CHINA,  By the Dutch bark Japaba. arrived August  5th, from Hongkong, we (S. F. Bulletin) have  later printed dates. The news is quite uninteresting, being of a local nature :  On the 31st May a Chinaman seen lurking  around the Government buildings in a very  suspicious manner was arrested by the sentry and handed over to tlie passing constable  to take to the central police station. On their  way to the station the Chinaman got away,  and, as he was making' off, was shot dead by  the constable. The affair had caused a great  deal of comment in Hongkong, and was severely criticised by the press.  Considerable excitement had been created  by the robbery of the military powder magazine at Hongkong. The robbers, were Chinese  and.they broke open the magazine: on, the  night of June 1st, and .stole a quantity "of  gunp o wder;1 'usi ng : comimpn paper "torches  while doing so.- As-considerable powder lay  scattered about the -.floor; the escape from a  terrific explosion seems almost providential.  The citizens of Hongkong demand that all  powder belonging to the military shall in future be stored at the same distance,from town  as that belonging to the merchants.-^  It was reported that the French will make  an attack on Co rea in the spring, y  A-Slip Between tue Cm* and tite Lip.���������  Some time ago a girl, whose parents reside at  Fraserburgh, Scotland, engaged for a half  year to serve as a domestic in a gentleman's;  family in a neighboring parish. During her  six months' sojourn, she contrived to fascinate, one of the gay swains of the district,  whose devotion to the fair one was so sincere  that, on the completion of .ber engagement, he  fo 11 o wed her., to Era serb tirgh, and con tin i ted.  his attentions for another six months, during  which, as her accepted lover and future husband, he received the hospitality and fraternal kindness.of the girl's family.. The banns  were put inj the marriage day came about,  the vian'ds were laid on the groaning, tables,  the company assembled, and every footfall  was listened for with eagerness, in the vain  hope of its being that of the tardy bridegroom. "After :hours of lingering suspense,  the.information was brought that no marriage  could take'place, as the -u roulla������t". had left  for.America.-- : "'������������������ * -'   Ayr/;/ \ yy'ry-yy;.: yy  The wo m an w ho n e ver i ti te r fe re d wi th her  husband's affairs, arrived in town the other  day.   She; is unmarried.  ; NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.   THE "CARIBOO SENTINEL'1  F  S*'������ 9 xP������V p"    ;  ���������0���������  rpHE   STOCK   OF   THIS  OFFICE   HAVING   BEEN  I considerably augmented hy tlie recent importation  of a variety of new Ornamental Type, peculiarly suited  for *,:">.'  Posters, Circulars, Cards,  ..  , Billheads, Programmes for- ....  Balls, Concerts, aiid  Theatrical Etitertaiiiments; ���������  Orders for any description, of Job Work will be executed with neatness and despatch.  .  J3SF- Terms moderate. *=<*&  a  Cube fob VNe'ukalgia.���������Takie two large  table spoo'nsfull of cologne, and two tea  - ,SP ������P nsf u j; of .fine. salt* mix them toge th er i n a  fem at f bo it t fe";} every ti me y ou h a ve an acu te  affection of the nerves, or neuralgia, simply  breathe the fumes in your nose, from the bottle, and you will be immediately relieved*  " DrotfT yovt tell me you could hold the  plough V1* said a farmer to an Irishman he  had taken on trial. Z" Be aisy, now," says  ������at, u ;hb\V; could I hould it, an' two horses  .'pullm' it away ? Just Stop tha erasures, and  HI hould it for-ye."  FAS-HIOK .SALOON,  BARKERVILLE,  WILLIAMS   CREEK;  qpHE PROPRtETORS BEG LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE  1 to the public that they haye enlarged; iv.iuraisiied,  and thoroughly ranovatcd their capacious .'in.I fashionable saloon, sparing neither pains nor expense for  the comfort of their Patrons. -', ������  This is now the largest aud most complete Saloon In  British Columbia ; consisting, of three large separate  apartments, viz.: CARD ROOM, BAR ROOM; and  BILLIARD SALOON, containing throe supsrU BILLIARD TABLES,  y'  The host LIQUORS and CIGARS obtainable,-are  served'here. This establishment is under the immediate superintendence of the Proprl etm-s.  ABLER Si BARRY"..  Juno 6th, 1867. 4m  A. McPherson*  ,��������� AND���������-.  JEWEL LEB,  A.T.B.   HODGENS'   OLD   STAND;  Barkerville, 1st May,. 1S87. ' ~' ...i1'5..  REMOVAL?  STROUSS  DEALER IN  y       ETC., ETC., y   ..   '  BARKER VILLE. .  Has removed to his KJ3W STpRE,  opposite OCCIDENTAL HOTEL;  13  ��������� W. WinnardV'a :  .L.l::Ct.feM:iSi'y;  BARKERVILLE.  >:X:  .' . DEALERS'.,IN :'-.. . y." ,-.������������������"  E0������ISI0IS,SE0CEEIES, TOBACCO,  CIGARS,   LIQUORS,;  Clothing; and Hardwares  BARKERVILLE;..;'  Tuoo27,1S67.    ���������  ��������� A*-BENRIM.O--  A c e d ti ii t ant % z Collector j  ani>  CO MM I SSI 6  agent;  :: y... X BARKERVILLE, :     y  .  OirHCK.���������OrposiTE N. Cumo's Brewery.'  June.17, 1867y'      .A. -���������   AyyA/X    -���������' ' 'ry .' ' 13  S t e e 1 e's Rest a :u r an t^  ::;: RICHFIELD. ...  H:   STEELE BEGS TO INFORM HIS OLD FRIENTS  ��������� and Patrons, that he has opened his OLD STAND,  where he will be glad to sec them. y .y y ��������� y '!. *y  &3T Meals at all Hours *������9l ..y       ;. ,*  June 10th, 18G7. " ri    ' ������������������-.-' '*' ���������'   ���������'���������' '��������� .v'' "11-s^;  Cariboo Literary Institute  ���������  ���������      J. S. THOMPSON, PifESiDEyT. '.    :    !'  JAMES ANDERSON, Vicii-l'RESJbBXT:/ '  JOHN- MacLAKEN,       -^   .   .���������".-';'  JOSEPH CLEARIHCE, > Directors. ;  JOSEPH PARK. J :, y   ���������' "��������� .    ;;  THI^KSriTXTTION;; TS ;W)\rii QPENrvAt .BARiCER-i  viile;'where it is now' iltte^ ��������� upTwitfi-: a view to tlie  eonS fort and. convenience of the people of Cariboo. ���������'''./> 1  Th e Read iu^ Room will be. fou n tl snppl i ed wi th the  latest English, Scottish, Cahaduiu, rAmerican and' Co^  Ion in I Papers and Magazines.  '. '.   ���������       y   '/A AA,  Terms of Subscription���������So per; Quarter,- or S2 - per  Mfntli. Single volumes lonhed to nohrsubschbers at  50 cents p-jr, volume, with $1 deposit. yX- . Ayyyr;A;A:-  Persons not subscribe, visiting the Readlbg. Itbom,  and.making useJ or the Books and Papers, 25 cents for;  each visit. -'��������� ��������� ,.:"' v..'" ���������  The Room w'iil ho open from TEN, A: it: till ..TEN,  P.M. JOHN BOWRON, , ;  Secretary and Librarian.   :  N. B ���������A fine assortment of Books and Stationery is:  always kept Tor sale. 13-s  NEW  TIN SHOP. ' ;  rpHE UNDERSIGNED have commenced in the aUovc  I business^ in Barkerville, and solicit a share of public patronage.    ... ���������  .' > '    '. ..���������'���������-���������  cast iron sfoyes  Always on baud; *..  New V/ork , and Jobbing  .  Done. at reasonable rates.  . jRSrOur Teams run regularly between 'Yale and  Cariboo aud all orders in our line of business carefully  attended to.  1-s       . E. PEARSON & BROS.  f. v. lee,     ..";;'    ;;  Auctioneer, Collector,  -AND ���������  MINING    AGENT.    .  Goods sold on Commission. ./.^bmcs^rBteMeld.^-  SALicsRooar, Barkerville.,'"'. . . ��������� ���������.:. X'p'sA  August StampeliL  H- O ,E ' iVI; A:'K;E. .  ..BARKERVILLE.  A large assortment of Boots and Shoes always on  hand. I  ���������>      EXPRESS I  ..^BRITISH COLUMBIA,���������';-.?  AND   VIGtQRIA   EXPRESS,  Connecting at Victoria With. WELLS, FARGO & CO.,  for .California, Oregon, the Atlantic States  aud Europe.  AND AT YALE5 AND LILLOOET wmTBABSABD'S  y. / CARIBOO EXPRESS,  For Big Bend, Cariboo ahd tbe.Northern Mines*  Conveying Treasure, Valuables, Letters^ Package? and  .;   ParceUi 1-s  <>.  .KEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A.;..    ;  ythM Cariboo   Sentinel,  *y  ;:;/;SEMIr^SEKLY ;>AP.EB. '/'  Pobli^hed ���������:Every . Monday .and .Thuksdayv  A y: y^L^  OfficersAREERyiLLE, ^Vu.UAas Crebk, C^nsoo.  ' '.} Subscription, $ 1 per Week. ;.  (iricluding ��������� Cost; of ? delivery,) Payable  to the.Carrier.  ;; STOVES I   STQV,ES;i., .  Adanig;, Pearcy & C04  ��������� y ,-������������������    B-ARKERVILLE,       -X-y-A  ��������� '���������''      Have jtist received a choice selcction-.of y .���������  CAST IRON COOKING STOVES  ������������������.-'���������:SHEET C0iPPEV\ZftC3"-'.  TIN^Xa'X;!). A HJD /MMMXE^AL^OM,  / vrith- various other articles in their lino/of trade.  JG5^ All Job b ing ih the Tli), Sh eet Iron, ��������� Copper; a a ii"  Ziuc trade attended to, and warranted to give satisfac*  tion.    ..;>:' y'  Ai   ' . '; '��������� ��������� '"Ay'/'������������������' Ayi ::j'.'ys������ ly ���������  CIVIL ENGINEER - !ANTD";:SURVEy6R.'  HAVING;-TAKEN AJsT   'OFFICE'IN^. RICHFIELD,  Williams Creekv is prepared to execute SuryeyaV:  Plans, Levels,. Sections; &c.,:i&c.,; committed^to.ht������  charge,, wi til. care, .despatch, and on REASONABLE:  TERMS.'    -;"���������������������������������������������:��������� ;������������������':.-:..' ;. -y::;.l���������:y^L_yuy.L^.....  Ai   '���������'' '���������'��������� J8SJ" Ofilce; centre of Richfleld. -=5&-    ;  TAKES . THIS '-ilETHOD'. OPyINFORMING 'KlS  iriends andithe,; public 'generally,'thayne- has ou-:  larged.'ahd Gtted tip his SHAVING.SALOON,-.in a sup*'  nor mander,.*having secured the services of tin-efficient  assistant, ho? is -; "���������'. now prepared' \ to ' operate iti &:  satisfactory manner in all branches, of the.TONSORLUi  art..: ',;. ..A/Ay. yy..y-\/.yy . ' :-.". :",;..- ���������.--'������������������:..-"  .. He also h.egstb.-c^l/thq attention of tlio.ladies to. hi*:  ^aiic seiectiOh- of P&iufthoty;Twhic!i'he is ;conscantly���������.iu.:  :receipt o/i from :Laiigley:&;t36'.; '.Victoria;' Tt2^,^omadosii  Powders,1 Oils, Combs, Brushcs,an^ other.aiticles.for  :the-1T6iIet.;^y.:.;::;;������������������; -.-;,-:- y .'-:y.:'���������������������������'���������.,- 'AA .yr-. AAA  He also calls'a.ttpntion.to h is Unrivalled Hair Restor-  a ti ve, ��������� guarah teei rig to stop ha ir; from. falling out, i a.  ;6n'c week, and in reasonable timie: restoring Hair to .itj ,  former state ancl-color.';.'.; ��������� ,:-y- -.,  .-. -' -ArX  '���������' Also Gentlemrurs..furnishing' Goods' : finest: a6Sprti  ment of Shir Ls'Uudcrclotlies, Neck Ties', Scarfs^, etc. "AX  27th May, 1S67.      ~      '\ ��������� ... a  ���������:- ���������;/'':'^ Ayyy.  Besta;uraiit, Bak&ryi������������������  ���������'AKD ���������.  ���������LUNCH   HOUSE  .    *      BARKERVILLE,' .     r_ ���������  PATERS.ON &GO'ODSON,Pit(JPHiET0R3.  TN ANNOUNCING THE   RE-O.PENING   OF TEti  X house for the season, tbe proprietors wish to iny  form their friends aiid the public generally, that they  .will spare no pains in order to merit the patronage or  all who give them .a c-ilU'  :/'���������''������������������������������������      Meals at all hours. I  QUESNELMOUTH ADVERTISEMENTS.:  NOTICE,  ������1  rim'  E N T S RP R I S  A -yy- XX ��������� %vrix run ���������'As ������������������'' follows .:���������;'.  ilyy: IiEAVES ^T^SNELMOT1^ ON   :  Tlmrsdays ;ahd ;Siindays^  yV'r, .'     AS-SIX p-CLOCK, A, rl.j'  .  LEAVES   SODA XJxtEEK, ON  Tuesdays a ii d F r i d ^ f $>  .       AT FOUR' O'CLOCK, A . M. . .  Quesnelmouth,.May2'ntl,iS67.   V1 -";���������-.'..:���������;.-y"'  GOLQNiAL RESTAURANT,  '; QUESNELMOUTH,..' y    ,������  p. l. Johnson; BRoriiiE*dH5-  Meals'atall hours, and GoQkirig of tlie best  Aescriptibii. A] yA.  8  ;/ IJUESNiSLMOUTH,- y :       yf/"'���������/.  \- M&Ot7������ :'& GILLIS; /PRbPRXStciRS;.; /; '���������/  Good Beds; Restaiiraiit: Billiard TaI>Ief Ma  StahliagforHorses^Hav and Gate;       *  ������������������LiniuuiUIIIUU'.UgUlU : &BSm&ssmssB!3XBmaaBBm  'mrWSmWi9 11 uiTymin ita  ',  -*   ,��������� ,. tV h-������<* A" . ���������������}���������������  THE CARIBOO 'SENTINEL  ���������������������*������*���������M   I   I ��������� ���������   ���������'   ���������' '        "��������� ll      l      l      l   *���������    .^1*     i    .    .   ��������� ..I I I      -���������     ���������   ���������   ���������    --..���������     ���������       .   .   i,  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. 1867.:  ..<.������>. .. ....- . ��������������������������� ������������������'������������������������������������������������������. ,.,..... ,.-���������>.���������-.--  Agents for the "Cariboo Sentmel.- y  Grouse Creek,   - -    - V .-/ y- ������������������'���������.- -   -    A. McWi  Qaesnelmtatb,  Yale/     **\  Lillooet,      .  New Westminster,  Victoria,   ;���������;'���������/.-  Big Brad,   -   ..'������  Van Winkle,,.; ;  ttdle, Barnard>8 Express Offlc^  xpressuii  vanslt  oster/^^do  -      -   ^l    Clnrksoa^CQ,  y?^     f E. Mallandalno  .    * "]A. Lynol  Jas. Bullock, French Creek  .  -     ���������������������������������������������-.'   S. E J wards  GROUSE CREEK DISPUTE AGAIN.  It was moved by Benj. Springer, seconded  by Joseph Cunningham, and resolved���������  " That the Canadian Company, in refusing  to submit tbeir case to arbitration, therein  disclaim all sinister or dishonorable motives,  and claim no protection or immunities* other  than what they are justly entitled to by law ���������  n they will accept nothing less than the  allows them. They are willing at any  time, and always have been ready to submit  to, and be governed by. such a trial as His  Excellency guaranteed to them, through their  agent, Mr. C. Booth, at his interview with  him, namely, a trial de novo, before any  judge of the Supreme Courts-  Moved by X. H. Hall, seconded by William  Fraser, and resolved ���������  " Tbat Messrs. Murdoch, Wilkinson and  Booth be appointed a committee to draft a  reply to Mr. Ball's letter of.the 2.9th inst,  based upon the foregoing resolutions, and to  make public this correspondence through the  columns of the Cariboo Sgntixbl."  [Copy.]  From the promise made by His Excellency  the Governor on the occasion of his recent  > - ��������� visit to this quarter, we were led to believe  ���������  that the necessary measures would be adopted  so as to ensure the trial de novo, of the dis-  yr^pute between the Grouse Creek Flume Cnrnt  pany and the Canadian'Company ; and the  /   haste which II i a Exc ell en cy:. e v i need to retn r n  i XX' to the capital, with the view of expediting  - -this arrangement by calling bis Execntive  /Council; together, at the earliest moment; to  y ��������� pass the necessary Act was considered suffi-  .���������'��������� cient proof.of His Excellency's anxiety to see  .the difficulty settled without delay.. We regret, however, to* discover, from the corres-  :pondenee which we publish below, that His  /Excellency has failed io carry out his original  ..'. .intensions, and proposes now, instead, that) the north-east stake  ofj\)e^ Grouse , Creek  A yXti&i,cifetTfo'CTSe ttt ed by '���������*��������� artf i t fafto rFT'Tf This ~irfu me UoTsiTfTe,; u pr slrea iri'and^efng^S?"ft  ' /;   detbrmination> iJ3 the  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS,  NOTICE.  THfi UNDERSIGNED TAKES THIS MfcfHOD OF  tbahlclng his friends for their liberality to his  apent durinp ills lato absence*, and ossuns them he  will u-e his he?t endeavor to moot tVir expectations.  HA intends leaving to-day for Van Winkl\ where he  will finish his training, hut will return m-xt Saturday  night, toKive his last sparring cxhlbilku before tho  contest comes off. m  P# <*.��������� Hi lupeshis friends and acquaintances will,  comiuue to act liberally with his agont, shoull he ask  any favors during the present week, ns the expanse  of Ids training is far heaver tlmn ht first nntiripatod.  Barkerville, S pt. 2,1SG7.      GEORGE WILSON.  Gold Commissioner's Court,    )  SG7. j  Richfield, Aug 10th, 1SG  Constable Sullivan is hereby empowered to  take possession in the name of the Govern  ment, of a strip of mining ground on Grouse  creek, extending from tlie west line of the  Black Hawk Coi's lines, a distance of 12ft. 2in  towards the creek, and  running] 200ft. from  New  El  Dorado Saloon!  BARKERVILLE.  THE UNDERSIGNED  HAVING PURGHA?ED TITR  entire interest of Messrs. Joseph Parker and R. K  Clark, in the above named establishment, would res-  peel fully solicit a, continuance of the public patronage heretofore extended to them.  Amr. 28,1867. WlUJAM FTERLTNG.  result of the del ibera���������  A / tioiis : 6f ���������.the . Execu tlye Counci l, His ExceI-  I en cy / c a n no t: reas on ab ly be ce n su red / for  ^'failing to;: comply with  his promise-; but if  : the nomination of arbitrator was left to his  ! ���������   choice', as we are inclined to supposeyit was.  A: the re cannot. bet be si igh test d on b t th at H i s  ��������� ��������� tJxceJ len cy h as co m mi tted a very se r io us ni is*  ^take in h is selectio n;   We have no reason to  :_;.;.v-call iri!'-question the ability:of Miv Trutch to  '.;/peri o r m the res po n si b I e d u ties tli at bel o ng to  : t the/pojiitioh w h ich he holds un tier the go verri-  : ^ Ztn en t: and we do lii tn - n o. i nj ustice wh en we  state th at he 1 acks th e" 1 ega 1 acu m en \v h i ch is  necessary/'to. 11 n rave 1 th ose ��������� knotted  poin ts of  law thaVare inseparably, involved in the settlement of the dispute /in -question.    Had.  ryyeitlier^bf the jttdges of;the/Supremfc Court,: br  /y/eyien a, -barnster of good standing, been se-  // lectedas/the arbitratbrsjitjs more than likely  /'no reasonable; objection-' could  have ��������� been  ' - urged yagainst the arrangement { but to eh-  : I trust. thevsettlement o f -; ari-;impbr ta n t case like  ;:/ ^hijei present^whieb reqtiire^lrhe exercise of ho  . /; imai 1���������>jkmoii n t ofi egai. skilly J n the ��������� h an ds o f a  y gentleman whov has no>preteusionsyto* that  '#/;,-KDO.wiedge,:-fe 8i*mpiy/preposterous, and we  ;: are: confident thati-ra e ans^erre turned^ by the  y^Canadian ZQbmpany.itoa the telegram of His  y^Celiencyiwili remind him of the mistake  ; Zintbi wh ich he b as u n wi t tingl y; fallen: /  :^[Cppy.].;,;.:' :-:"     ";-- . , -';    *  y : Xyy'-A    :    Richfield, August 29tb^ I8C7. '���������-  4 Sir,���������I.have received a telegram from His  A Excellency the Governor, stating tliat the  y inatter of the strfp of ground in dispute be-  . twe.eh the/Grouse Creek Fl ume: co. and the  Canadian, co., will be submitted to arbitration,  and that he has nominated Mr. .Trutch asar-  . bitratbr. y ./...,-'.- '. . -���������.. /.:./.  A -The Flu 'me co; have accepted His Excellency *s terms with reference to the arbitration, and I have to request you will Send me  :.' an.answbr, without delay, for transmission to  /the.Governor, by telegraph.  ,1 have the honor to be, sir,  ;.V Your obdt servt,  .;/���������/'//    ���������:,���������'���������:��������� y; H.M.:Balt,,  ,  Asst. Gold Com.  //Mr.C./Booth, Grouse Creek..  lOin. from the flume, easterly. This ground  is to be held, and not worked by any parties,"  until such time as an amendment of. the mining laws may enable the Canadian Co. and  the Grouse Creek Flume Co. to prove their  respective titles to it; the title to the same  ground being in dispute at present between  the two companies.   .;  (Signed) H. M. Ball;  Asst Gold Commissioner.  In compliance with the.above order, I have  taken possession of the ground mentioned in  said ordeK and hereby warn all parties from  working said strip of ground.  /: A .fi'-.    .   J.'H. Sdixivan, /  '././:     .y.A-yy.y-.; ..y        -Constable.  WILLIAM   RENN1E;  Boot and Slioemaker?  BARKERVILLE.  HAS JUST RECEIVED BV EXPRKS, AN ASSORT-  ment of FRENCH CALF and KH* LEATHER, of  the BEST QUALITY  :   Aucrust 28,1867. ��������� ttn  Sail Francesco Store  COMMISSION   MERCHANT  WHOLESALE ABD RETAIL DEAIEE  '   .    . . ��������� IN ���������-  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS,  HARDWARE,. CLOTHING-' AKD B00T3  Bnrkorv  Nkxt Poor to the Sbxtjnel Officb  -villi". 29th .bin*. 16C7.  1?  ADELPHI   SALOON  RICHFIELD.  THE   UNDERSIGNED  HAS JUST   OPENED THE  above Sn loon, an<lliopes his oM friends, and tbe  public in goner.il, will give him a c ill.. -.  Nooxir.i ohnrgcon ** freeze oul," 0������r Hih.  Auk. 28.1S67. . lm.       JOHN HEDIN.  G-rOUse Creek Express. *)  WF. ftERRE WILL RUN A' DAThY toRPQQ  ��������� between' B-irk'-rviUo aad Orouse Creek n  dor?, small parcels, letter?, coire'c.Uonp, etc A\T  nt ten tied to, on morlerntft t������������rm< --Sppclnl'nftpniihn  piven to ricmajulp for FUhFcrintions to tho CAUrnA?  SENTINEL, or fuiyothrr.NewFp-p-r.     .. uuo  Otllct*: On Grouse Crwfc; nt M Pngrr's Store   t������  Bir'cerville, at W.  F. Hcrrc'8   Uemltlle,  SentivI?  . July 29, 1607.  H.M.Ball, Esq.;   y   '.y-;, ��������� ,��������� .; ���������:    /  ^ Sir,���������Enclosed please find copies of resolutions passed at a meeting of the ipanadian Co.  last evening. - ' yv:-    ,   .  You/will perceive that it is put of iny  power to accept any other terms for the Canadian/Co. in: tb is m atter, than th ose ,vo i nnteer-  ed and guaran teed , by his Excel lency the  Governor, in ray interview with him. ���������*'  / The resolutions will explain the 'motive of  those terms'./ ���������y/Ayy  -Permit me to add that the Canadian Co.  consider themselves entitled, as a matter of  courtesy; to a copy of his Excellency's dispatch ; but in the mean time have taken  measures to communicate by.telegraph with  the Governor direct.  ;   I have the honor to be  Your obedt servt,  ;1 CoRXELius Booth,  Chairman of Committee.  Grouse Creek, Aug. 31st, 1867.  HE PARTNERSHIP HKRETOKORK EXIST!'G  hetween FIIANK FERRET and A. KELLER, as  Siloon keeper.-?, Cuneronton, h.is tlii-j.dny been dissolved hy mulinl consent. All outstanding accounts  ^luc to the late firm, must be p:ti<l to A. Kidlvr, who  is authorized to receipt for t-h*������ *un<\  FRANK VERRET,  i A. KELLKR.  24th August, 1S67. , lm  yy $\i^������ .&^&m^}9  SURGEON   DENTIST,  BEGS LEAVE TO NOTIFY THE  inhahitiints of B irkcrvill* and vi-  cinity. th.it he is locitel at THE HO-  TfDL DE FRANCE, where he will be abh; to p r.orm  ������1I operations on the Teeth, ih the latest und must  sci:*ntiQc maimer. , ,   '  T-etlv^extractea   without PAIN."by the use of the  KHIGODNE SPRAV.  Charge* Modkkate���������Terms Cash.  August 19tb: 1867.  CARIBOO    EXCHANGE  HOTEL,  IS NOW  OPEN  FOR THE  ACCOMMODATION* 0?  the mining community, and the public gear rally  No expense has been *%fe$wL to rvndtr the Ik.urc njj  that couldive^lejslrecj; roWv>H\rort iind'convenience ""*'  The Bar is supplied with a complete stock of Wi.iig   ���������  Liquors and uicxna.        ��������� ' .  ...* ���������  y0������* Wkjx Ami-1> Beds ^t&  mny he hod at a moderate charge.". fi 0RD  J uly 1,1867. 2m Prnprietrosj.  C OSM OP O LIT AN  Restaurant aiid Bakery,  BARKERVILLE. .  [Copy.] ���������-.-������������������..   "  Grouse Greet, 29th August, 1867.  Sir,--I have the honor to acknowledge the  .receipt of your letter of this morning.  ��������� As I am not at present in possession of any  .-written-authority that would bind the Canadian Co. by any action of mine, beyond the  course of Jaw. I am unable to give a definite  ���������answer'to/your letter, until empowered by  resolutions of the company to do so.  I shall, however, call them together at once,  and then answer your letter definitely.  Respectfully yours, etc.,  Cornelius Booth.  H. M. Ball, Esq.  At a meeting of the members of the Canadian Mining Company, convened at Booth's  Saloon, Grouse Creek, on the evening of the  30th August, 1867, C. Booth in the chair, it  was moved by Dr. Wilkinson, seconded by  G. h.. Shepperd; and resolved---  " That as the matter in dispute between  Ihe Grouse Creek Flume Company/and the  .Canadian Company, is not only a private, but  also a public grievance, the Canadian Company beg most respectfully to decline submitting to arbitration any dispute as to their  'legal or equitable right to any mining property." . yy,".'  to the Editor of the ������ Cariboo Sentinel,"  Sir,���������Copies of documents herewith transmitted for your publication, will, I trust, be sufficient in some measure'-to enlighten an interested public, as to tbe position at present of  the contending parties in this much vexed  question.  I will not now trespass upon you by any  further comments, than merely to observe  that it appears to me passing strange that a  case which has already, through the blundering bf incompetent, ot possibly , interested  officials, assumed an unpleasant and dangerous magnitude, should be proposed to be  submitted to the decision of an individual in  whom the Canadian Co. and the miners of  Cariboo in general have no more confidence  as to his ability to understand and administer  British Law or British Justice than they would  have in the ability of a dancing dervish to  understand and expound the ten commandments.  Why, may I ask, is Mr. Begbie and Mr.  Needham passed over in this matter?  Cornelius Booth.  Photographic  Artist,  AS now opened a photographic gallery  at RICHFIELD, and is prepared to take  Cartes de Visite, Timbre de Paste Portraits, Amhro-  types, Lcatlmr  Pictures,   Mil linotypes, Views of  Houses, Claims, etc., Single or Stereoscopic  Portraits also taken on Whito Silk, Liuen or Cotton  Cloth.  RichfHI, 12th August, 1857.  rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THOROUGHLY J&  1 novated hi* Esitahljshment..hns rc-ppfnedthusfttno  for tl)e nccommodntloh of the Public, end. trusts to  merit a shnre'of their pntr<:ntige. Bis B.ikery 1msnlse  undergono repnlr. and he is now .ready to eWlt  orders from h 11 who wish good hi*end.  y JACOB YELTE, Proprietor.  .tunc 10th, 186*7. ���������-. .       li.j  PEN TON   SALOON;  RICHFIELD.  THE UND^RSIGNEp  HOPES HIS OLD PI0N7.SR  fri������ii'.is wilt give hjm a turn, ns bf hns experienced  benvy.woftther lately. E..F.'EDWARDS/;  ���������June 6th, 1807.   ,        Formerly of Edwards'JRaocli.*  EXPRESS   NOTICE.  w.  m$i&  ������  Photographic   Artist,  TS NOW PREPARED TO TAKE VIEWS OF MTN-  r inSc!air"p������liases, Groups, Scenery, aud all kinds  of ou t-door Photogryphy.  All oHers, if lelt in writing, at the Bir of the Hotel  de France, Barkerville, will be promptly attended to.  In a few days, ho will bavo on view and forsnla.  Photographs of the Mining Towns, etc., of Williams  and other creeks.  F. D.illy will remain for O.ve Mo.vru onlv.  August 12th, 1867.  A FTKR THIS, DATE, BARNAWS KXPRESS 13  ~J~Y not responsible for damnfce i'n LIQUIDS shipped ia  Tin or Glftss,unless by sp^chl contract..."    >  Until further n^ticA. tho Express will arrive hcra  every FUNIUY AFTERNOOv, nnd'tlosc. for below  every WEDNESDAY, at NINE o'clock, A. M.  ROBERT POOt,  ".:��������� Agent.  Barkerville, May 29th, 1867.   .      a 8  NOTICE.  In the matter of the Estate and Effects of  FRANCOIS CASSE.late of Williams Creek,  Cattle Dealer, deceased, intestate,  NOTICE.  LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE UNDER-  signed, either by bor:k account or by note, will  please call nn<i settle the same immediately, so as to  avn|! anv further trouble or exp?nse.  Sept. 2, 1867. O. L. SflEPHEfcD.  Dissolution of Partnership  igOTrCE IS HEREBY GTVtfK, THAT THE PART^  . I * n ersld p 1 w te ty ex ist i n n I w t w " < n the- u n le rsi?n e d,  uh d of tb e na me of F������ui te i he & Ompa t\ y. h:������s th is d a y  bee fi <\ Iss rd ved n y m u: n n 1 or nsr n t. Al 1 d r b ts < I uo to  the la to firm are to be pal I to A. G. Fontaine, end all  debts against.the said firm may be pent, in to Mm'  EEtU POUCHOT,  _ ^ ���������,   ' ��������� A. G. FONTAlNBi  Richfield, August 29th, I86t lm  Thos.L. BRIGGS & Co.  CAMERONTON,  Have just received, and offer for Sale,  WHOLESALE  OR  RETAIL  AT LOW BATES FOB CASH,  200 CASES CHOICE BRANDS of LIQUORS  ��������� CONSISTING OF ���������  Brandy���������Mart ell, Hennessey, and Otard Dup*������y.  "Wines���������Port, Sherry   Burcundj', and Claret * Sin-  J������'n-''VF.rrllli5. Wbit0 Wine J S^nsevaine's' Call-  forma Widtc Wine.  Champagnes-Bauche ond Nap-Icon's Cabinet.  Bitters-Bolcer\s, S.usevi.inc'.s Orange and Hostet-  ter ?, Vermouth, Absenthc, Peppermint and Anni-  Old Tom, Gin, and Scotch Whlslcy.  WiSJ? wily'^00 ga"nu3 chblcc ������������ of Branny,  Wines, Whisky, Rum, etc. '  Goods received on Storage or Commissio.v,  nt the  west market rates. *������������������*.,  4 IX PERSONS  WHO  ARK  -! lib  1st July. 1807.  2m  THE   SNUG-   SALOOK,  BARKERVILLE.  '���������pin?  I    above  UNDERSIGNED  S iloon.  wriul I  HAVING   OPKNED   THIS  respectfully  Invito tlieir  frimds rnd tlie public to step in e,n.I samnla tludr  ALB?.WINES and- LIQUOR^/tho qSnli^T which  the.v flatter tlKMnselves, will suit the tnstes of the. most  fastidious,  hand.  29th June, 1867.  The best brand of CIGARS always on  SCOTT & McHARDY.  ������������������2ia   -  INDEBTED TO" THE  above Estate, ere rr quired to piy tho. amounts  duo forthwith ; ami all persons who have oxiy claims  OjC-ilnst tbe above Estate, are required to semi in* tlaeir  Jiccnunts, on or before the.FIFTH DAY of SEPTEMBER, 1867, to CHAS. E   POOLEY,- -.   !  OHicial Administrator.  ^Dated Richfield, 25th Jufte, 1807. .-  MOT-IC E.  In the matter of tbe Estate and Effects of  UEMI DAZETt late of Williams Creek,  Cattle Dealer, deceased, intestate.  i LL PERSONS WHO ARE INDEBTED TO THE  /\ above 'Estate, are required to pay the. amounts  due forthwith, and all persons who hive any claims  Hg.'dnst the above Estate, an required to sen'I in thdr  aceeuntson or before Urn EIGHTH dnv of SEPTEMBER, 1807, to CHAS. K. POOLEY,  Ofllciui Admim.nrator.  _Datcd lytton, 8th June, 1807. 13        ._  NOTICE.  In tbe matter of tho Estate and Effects of JAMES  PURDIE, Uto o{ Williams Cwck, Blacksmltbj do  ceased, Intestate.  4 T,L PERSONS  WHO  ARE   INDEBTED TO THE  A. abuvo Estate, are n quired to pav the amounts^o  forthwith, an I all persons who havo any claims opsins*  ; the above estate, npr quir*'1 tn send In their i������cecums  on rr before tlieTWENTif-FIXTII day of PE1 TEMBt"j  1S67, to CHAS. E. POOLEY,  O Rciui Auministrator.  D tted RlcV.fiell, 27th Juhe, 1867. _  In the m;ittf'r of the Estate arid  Effects of iUVIU..  WHITFORD. Fr^e Miner, l-.Ho of the Reid Cialtti,  .  Couklms Gulch, deceased, intestate.  A LL PERSONS WHO ARE INDEBTED TO T^  J\ above Estate, nre rf quired to pay the "^J1 fnlJ  dt)'? forthwith, and all persons who have any c������y25  against the abovo estate, ara required to send in tneir  accounts on of before FIRST NOVEMBER, 1867, to  CHAS. E. POOLBY .  Official Administrator'  Dated Richfield^ 1st Attgnst, 1867, MONDAY; SEPTEMBER % 1807.  ii  AcctuENT.T���������Dudng the past twelve months,  Ve have bad to rfecord several accidents  caused by the pverturriiti^ of wagons ariel  drays, on the line of yroad running between  tbe diflfcreht towns on this creek, none of  'which fortunately were attended with any  ecriousJ. consequences to ������������������: life or limb.���������  Last Friday another of these mishaps' occurred, at the head: of the canon, about 100 feet  ��������� abbvb the bVidg'b tliat b^OBsbs Black Jack  Gulcli, where; the Irbad is scarcely vwide  /enough for two drays to pass, yltso happened that Wil mott arid Hiil?fl drays both loaded  iiiet at this pointy and while endeavonng to  pass eabh other, the;yehicle;of the latter parr  y'ty >vas forced too near the edgG/bf. the road  and precipitated J.bvbr the bank, filing "a  depth of some thi rty feet, and, strange to say,  jiHIfauirh-: "thei driver ��������� a^d/:tw6,;..j6Viidrehf-wbo  were riding on the ;dray at /the tiine, were  thrown 'headlong into the T^d/of" the tcfeekV  neither of them suffered any serious injury ;  the '"driver received several bohtiYsions, but  the children /were unhurt*V /This but only  adds another instance for urging the /great  necbssityybf ^iiving.ajfetv -mbro turn-outs  made along the road at intervals, and we  trust the proper authorities will take the matter in liaiid at once and thus prevent: tbo oc-  _$iyj^n^  ��������� Mb. ��������� Harnett's "Lii^Tuii&-^Mr. Harnett delivered'a very instructive and interesting lecture yesterday afternoon, which, was listened  to with marked attention, by a very respectable audience, in the course of which the lecturer pointed out in a very eloquent manner,  the many advantages that the miners of this  Colony enjoyed over those in California ; not  merely in the superior richness of. our mines,  and their boundless extent, but in the facilities for working them. He also showed.the  great advantages to be gained by a more  general use of the hydraulic process of mining, anticipating the difficulties too often  urged as obstacles to its general introduction.  by suggesting several feasible plana which it  ftonld be well for every one who has an interest at stake in the colony, to ponder on.  As the lecturer threw out some useful hints  that are worth treasuring Vtp for future use.  , we shall give a brief summary of the lecture  la purnext issue*  y  Fire.���������Late on Saturday evening, the roof  ;of the Hotel de France was discovered by the  Inmates to be on fire, caused by the close  contact of the stovepipe with the shingles.  The fire was .luckily obserVed and instantly  extinguished before /it bad gathered any  strength, otherwise the consequences might  have been disastrous/What are our firewardens about that they do not examine the  'stovepipes of the numerous new buildings  that have lately been erected? Had it not  been.for the precautions adopted last year  by the Q officers, in having defective pipes repaired, serious loss by fire could not have  l>een averted.  Thk streets of BaVkerville presented quite  'A% lively appearancelyesterday;;by the number  pf miners who had /gathered in .from they but-'���������  lying creeks to awaits the /arrival of the Ex^  /^ress and mail ; but from Some: unaccburit-  able cause, they were miserably disapppi rited,  and; returned^ ^ domiciles  mattering curses: 1 ond and deep on Expressmen/generally, ai^  /Up to ^  was rib sigu of its appearance.  ?/A^AX-mDi^NSi^ESTliie^wYork Event n g Pos t figures -up th e X taxes in ��������� th at S tate  for the present year per capitally, and finds  that they amount to; $27^ 50- ibr every man,  woman and chil^. Putting it upon the basis  of votes, ���������each elector ftbiild have to pay  $146 66, which ceHainly is no small price to  pay for the privilege of.": voting the Radical  . ticke t. X Assum i ng- th e n m ribtfr of lantl-o w n e rs  in the State to be 400,000, the average tax  upon each would be $275.  Court op Assize.���������An adjourned sitting of  the Court of General Assize and Gaol Delivery  will be held at Richfield on Monday next, the  9th inst., and at Quesnelmouth on Friday, the  27th inst. There are no criminal cases, so,  far as we understand, to be "tried at either of  the places named,  P.R,���������The last deposit of $100 it-side on  the $1000 stakes, for the match between Wilson and Eden, was to be made last night,  and arrangements were to-be entered into  for increasing th6 amount fo $1000 more.  The ne> act of Parliament (36 aind 31 Vic.  c, 35) which has just Wen issued, provides  that jurors in civil or criminal proceedings  who object to be sworn are to be permitted  lb make a solemn declaration.  Three large wagons drawn by oxen arrived  on Saturday, loaded with  iron and  other  heavy materials, for the merchants of this  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  '���������;. /:TVILLIAMS CHEEK ...  ^ Is not exetavp t from th e ii ri i vcrsal- stagfi a-  tion to,mining operations .'that begins to be  feltyon tthe various , butlying ere eks and  gulches, iri cbhseqiience of the scanty supply  of water; arising from the; excessife drought  that lias prevailed for tjib last eight/ or ten  days. -- Mining prospects have never been s<.  gl oprtiy d u virVg any prey i o us se&sbn on th is  c reek, as they are at tli is nibme nt. ib r while a  scarcity of water preyehts a large number of  productive claims (rom; working, at the upper portion of the creekV the. w  struction to the bed rock drain renders those  at ilie lower -end' equally/ as ^unprofitable. :We  are glad tb: learn, however, tliat the ywo rk oh  the drain progresses steadily^ and sthere is  ef erj* 'il^bsp^ct'bf; \roanyVlbf:die;:elaiii(i8-:./J)<abg  ablb to, rctfunib Wfcrk by - tlie eiid bf the: ;pres--  ent. week.;" ..    ' ' / .. a, y;; vV < , *  Cornish Co. tire taking��������� Out good pay.-^Old  California'co.;washed up ibr the/week 40 pz.  ���������Fhjmc:ippi are doing/great; execii tion On the  hard blue gravel-;wi th: t hd r h ydrau I ic $ which  has.just been erebted.���������-Tontine co. are making o ver wageS;-^Sa n Fra n ciscb cb. wash ed  up 14 055. for the>eek,the resu It of two mbrrs  lanbr^Blabk/Jack co//made wages-ilast  week, with prospects of .finding better pay for  the-future.--El Dorado; ro. are now in: 128, ft.  with ;their Umbel" and expect to reach the  channel every ilay.-rrBarkfer ���������:*c:q? got flooded  but of their new shaft, in /which they were  ��������������������������� t^ng;but^goGd"piry; last'lFriday.^-Hiberniii  co/washed up for the weekoOoz.���������Davis co.  cleaned Up 51 oz. for the week.���������-Aurora co.  had 190 oz. for th>e week.���������Never Sweat co.  are taking out Wages.���������Last Chance and Cameron companies are starting to wash.���������-Raby  co. washed up last.week 70 oX.���������Prairie  Flower co. took out for the week 50 oz.   ���������  STOUTS   GOLCH.    ���������  The Floyd co, will have removed enough  tailings from their cut by the end of the present \S;eek to enable them to take out pay.���������  Alturas co. cleaned up for tbe week 243 oz.  ���������Taft Vale co. washed out for the week 67  ounces.���������Jenkins co. are still pushing forward  the Mucho Oro co.-s drain tunnel, and are  taking out a little pay.���������Mucho Oro co. had  for the week 60 ounces. Total for tbis gulch  370 ounces.  COXKLIXS GULCJT. /  Although great hopes were entertained  during the early part of the season that the  lead of gbtd in this gulch had diverged into  the nohh bank, near the Ericcsori olaim, as  was eVident by the big pay found by the United co., still, the receotdi^coveries made by  the Renfrew co. have shown that the bed of  the stream is not without its'quota of the  shining metal in paying quantities, and the  consequence has been the enhancement in  value of those claims located ih that quarter,  with a corresponding depreciation of those  situated on the north bank ; thus illustrating  the great uncertainty that usually attends all  mining speculations.  The United co., who continue to hunt for  the lost lead, washed up for the week 37 oz.  ���������The, Ericcspn co. expect to get into pay  towards the end of the week.^Reid co. washed out for:the/week 55 bz^Lone, Star co; are  bri imaged in cl earn ng otit the o Id Hood tii une 1,  and intend extending it on until they reach  bed'rp ck in thei r: o wn cl ai m .^Hoo d cp. h as  been laid over at present.-r-Ren frewyco,  washed out for the /week about 75 oz.---Ga-  1 our co. have run in their tun'jiel 3(50 feet, and  find very good indications ; they ^re not/no  bed rock yet.  -.:.--'; ���������;/:,     musquito v&mJdK^.ZA'Z-  ���������/ Tfeclifiims on this gulch; are doingvbetter  at p i*eseh t th an at an y ti m e sin co th e diggi ngs  were struck. We have bee it'ii nab lb tbX \ earn  the particular amounts taken from any claim,  excep t the Holmany which yielded 70 oz. for  the week. /  /���������ItEI)/ GULCH- /���������   "/  There was another strike on this gulch on  Saturday, in a clairiV located on the ridge dividing this gulch from Musquito, and nearly opposite th e Wil low CO.��������� A co m pa ny cal led th e  Job co. took out of their shaft 5 ounces of  very coarse gold, some of the pieces weighing from $10 to SI2.. This shosvs conclusively that the lead in this gulch breaks through  into Musquito Gulch at the upper end of the  Minnehaha claim, which is now supposed to  be the richest claim in that vicinityi.  /'    XOWHKB CREEK;  The water in this creek is diminishing rapidly, but has not reached so low a stage as  to entirely suspend all mining operations. It  is true the claims at the upper end had to  stop work for the past eight days, but those  fti r ther do w n the cf eek con ti n ue to wo rk u n  interruptedly, and with good results. The  first of these claims is the Plumbago, which is  yielding at the rate of from $8 to $10 a day  to the hand.  are doing weU  week they found a  small spot of solid ground from which they  took out 35 ofr.���������Now-or-Never co. liave  started to sink a shaft aboi'U twenty Xekt beyond the end of their tunnel, so as to ascertain whether the channel extends further hi to  the; bill, .before continuing their bed rock  tunnet.���������pbittendGn, Moorhea'd and Sage-  niiller companies are making good wageb.���������  First Chance co. llid better last Sveek than at  any time -during the season, having washed  out 120 ba. 1b r fiv e d ays' wo rk.���������Cal a veras  co. have got everything ready, and will c6tn-  raence/washiug* to-day.  Zy;A:yZ2;yZr      onOusE crekk.  The various companies which wb deferred  to>inj-.!puy; last report as being engaged in  sinking prospect shafts at the tipped end of  'itli6:.ci^c%:havB not yet got down, on bed  rock, but claimholders generally, appear to  be very sanguine of meeting, with success,  when that object is attained���������The^Hard-up co,  bpttomed a shaft in their tuhnel at twelve  feet, and arc now busy drifting into the hill.  .^The Heron co. are still averaging about 80  ou h ces a week.���������Sh or t B en d cp. ^are makin g  aboU^vages.-���������FnlLRigg co. are taking out  something over expenses.���������Discovery co. have  struck pay 30 feet farther in the hill than they  ever before reached. They divided $200 to  the share last week.���������Ne'er tio Weel co. divi-  ded/$3()p to the share as the result of, last  weeks proceeds.���������Caroline co. are prevented  (frpniv working for the want of tvater.; their  last clean up on the* 25th ulto., was 420 oz.���������  Cascaue co. are preparing to wash, having  found very fair prospects.���������Ontario co, are  ���������also ready to wash.���������The Shy Robin and  Rankin cos. have been laid over on account  of the scarcity of water.���������Salt spring co. are  taking out fair pay. Above this point, the  greater number of the claims are busy prospecting. :/.;���������  MAURITIUS.  A correspondent of the San Francisco Bul-  letinthus describes this small but important  colony of the British crown :��������� :  Mauritius i$ a small island sittiatb Within  the tropics, just in the centre of the. Indian  ocean. In form it is eliptical or rather pear-  shaped, the northern part being tbe smallest.  The greatest .length is 35 miles from CapeMal-  hereux tb Point Dorris, and its breadth 28  miles. The observatory at Port Louis, the  chief city, is situated in 28 deg. 9 min. 56 sec.  south; latitude, and 57 d^'g. 26 min^ 30 sec.  east longitude. The; area of the island is  abbut 7 00 square miles, tlie exact mcasure-  racnt being given as 432,680 acres. As you  approach the harbor of Port Louis, you become more and more impressed with the exceeding beauty, of its position. It is the first  in importance and the second in point of size  on the island.s; It is a natural basin and considered one of the safest in the Indian dceah,  is capable of admitting.ships of the greatest  burden* and is sufficiently specious to admit  of 150 vessels of 300 tons and up^varcls Jto  ride at anchor. The average depth of the  channel, which is marked by a double line  of buoys, between coral reefs, is 35 feet; the  average within the harbor is 14 feet. As you  pass from the bell buoy to the anchorage, a  distance of nearly a mile and three-quarters,  you see a long tongue of land on either side  covered with tree^, and at either Extremity a  massive fort (Forts George and William),1  haying a; splendid command of the entrance.  Pilots- are always on the spot to take vessels  iri,-but ships are not permitted to enter the  harbbr Utitil they have been visited by the  Health Officer of the port. Port Louis pos-  Resses^uays, docks and slips, constructed at  immense expense, and I should imagine,  would be of great importance to England  with regard to her eastern possessions. It  affords safe and ample anchorage, not only  fp r sh i ps regu I ar 1 y trad i n g to th e island, b u t  fpr numbers of others compelled to pUt in for  provisibns or repairs.  A LiFKTiMK.--;;Time is but a parenthesis  in eterriityj" as somebody grandly says; if so  what riiusfc each of our lives be ? A parenthesis in a parenthesis and a very short parenthesis too.. Our life is but as a very little  boat tossed on the sea of infinity.; it isasihall  breathing space between to tussel with life  at the beginning and the tussel with death at  the ending. Poor little lives 1 What immeasurable self-pity fills one, wheh one thinks of  our poor little farthing rushlights*, that often  b efore they are hai f bit rri t, great Death b lows  out. And yet all our reflections dnd lamentations and moralizatioiis bn the. brevity of  o u r ab id i n g he re, does n o t d.o an y th i ng towards making ope dull minute seeni shorter  or greasing the wheels of one tedious hoiiiv  How Mexican Warrtobs Ratss Mone?.���������  The Rio Grande Courier gives currency to  the following.:��������� .  We learn the following additional of Mar*  quez's doings in the capital $ Soon after entering Mexico, when coming from Qneretaro,  GenyMarquez imposed a prestamo of $tS0,������  000, committing^ several .outrages. Mr. Be-  nock, the Prussian consul) was thrown into  jail because.he refused to pay his share of tho.  prestamo. He then marched out to the relief  ofPu'ebla, was met and defeated by Guada-  rama, and returned to Mexico fti tli a few  cavalry and no guns. He immediately imposed another prestamo of $1,200,000, and  imprisoned the Prussian, French a\\d Spanish  ministers and charge d'affaires for non-payment of their quotas. Mr. Dano, the French  minister, is married to Miss Benistequi; Mar*  quez put another 5^0,000 loan on the lady; and  imprisoned the husband because it \yas... not  paid. In anotber instance- a Very heavy  amount was required by Marquez aa a loan,  from one of .the leading foreign houses ; tho  payment having been refused, the merchants  wife and . children ftere thrown into prison  and kept there until payment was made. Another prestamo was made at San Luis Potosl,  on the 27th illt., only for $80,0(30. A.special  tax bf one per cent. haB been imposed upon,  all capital in the republic. It is hot stated  how often it is to be paid;  The Flume tb.  working  Gold Fouxo ix L.vva.���������Tn the claims bf Sol.  Woods, at Mori te Oris tb, Sierra county, a few  clays since, there was found lying on the  sliiice boxes a piece of lava c^britairiing about  $6 50 iri gold. The piece had evidently gojt  into the diggings from the surface, and -faM  no appearance of h aving been washed.  Trade Op Australta.���������In the six Aust'ra*  lian colonies, viz., New South Wales, Victoria  Ne w -Zealand, - Soutlv r Australia, -Queensland  and Tasmania, in 1865 the imports amounted  to ������34,976,039, arid the exports to ������30,219,-  411. The exports Of wool amounted to. ������9,-  612,305 ; of gold, to ������11,105,811 ; of coal, to  ������274,303 ; of copper ore, to ������018,472.; and  of grain, to ������1,335,748. The tonnage inward  amounted tb;1^69,091 tons ) and the outwari  tonnage to 2,018,224 tons. Excluding-New  Zealand, the number of horses in Australia  was in that year,, 550,874 ; of horned cattle,  3,719,175 ; and of sheep^, 29,293,744. In tho  year 1825, there were in -Australia 6,142  horses, 134,519 horned cattle, arid 237,622  sheep.      v.-y; Z\y.Z,A    AA'      yy'.A  ��������� The transit of Venus; over the -sun's discy  which last took place on the 3rd June ;17G9,  will again happen on the 8th December, 1874,  arid is already engaging the thoughts of thb  astronomers.'. ;It affords a direct.-..:observation  of the planet's node, or points where .its orbit ���������  cuts the elliptic, an element which-is of great  val\ie for the .correc tion of astro rip mical/.ta*:  bteW; but it is chiefly- impbrtant-for, theAXfty-  termination of the sun's /pafaliax .(or /angle  under which an   observer,  situated in the  centre of the sun, migiifc see the earth's ra-i  dius.y // : / ;"'---��������� ������������������������������������������������������'��������� ���������"-/-:-/;;yAAi  ; A FitExcii GfANT.^A hew giaint, bornv in  department of the Vosges, and measuring  eight feet aud a half in height, visited, the  Exhibition, having made the journey to Paris/  principally ftith the object bf measuring himself with the Chinese giant. He at once pro-,  ceeded to the establishment which the; latter  shares ftith. a.;dwarf, and chaljeoged him;  measure in hand ; the result of the trial wa&  that the Chinaman had to acknowledge him*  sblf vanquished in statiire.  A Caxadian at HamiHbn suggests a hew  flag for the New Dominion. He proposes tha  Union Jack in the corner and the rest of thb  bunting filled in with four colors���������red, white,  blue and green. On the shield it is proposed  that the beaver take the place of the three,  lions passant, and that the maple leaf should  be entwined with thfc rose, the shamrock and  the thistle.  In Kentucky lives a man, the head of a very  respectable and intelligent family, who, dur-.  ing.one fteek in each month, imagines himself a woman, dons the hoops and balmpralj  and sits in his parlor waiting for lm beau.  This strange conduct was first noticed in hiin  when he was about 17 years of age. Ho id  now 51.  The marriage of Lord Gilford, eldest sod  of the Earl of Clanwiiliarn. with Miss E. H;  Kennetly,danghtcr of Mr. Arthur R Kennedy,  C. B;, late Governor and Commandcr-iU������Chi������f  of Vancouver Island, took place bu the 17th  June, at St. George's Church, Hanover-square'.  Bismarck spinewhat eclipsed his royal mas������?  ter during his stay in.Paris. The portrait of  Kin������ William was ha\vked ab^Ut for one half*  penny apiece, whilst the efiSgy of the premier fetched 2d.  The MitrqUis of Bdte. has purcb^d Louden Castle in Ayrshire, the seit of the Mar-  fluis-pf Hastings, for $1,750,080;,-.; Losseai hf  horsG-'racirig compelled the Mairquis of Hastings to sell... ..;.,,.. y/. ,,,.:��������� -���������;/  >  EnMoSfD About say������\n there ai*e t#b thing!  hi thi^ \vorld which & .titan does not Bften find  a\Vay from home; ifie first is good sdu^i tha  second is disiritfere^ted love;"  What is the difference t3et*e^ii a tb^rt M4  its people ?   It is laid biit at the beginning of  its existence; aad they at the end of tlibfe v.Tflg3q^^  OU������   COUNTRY -AND   MENT.  OiJR- OOVERfc-  , ���������   AIR���������NATIONAL ANTHEAf.  God bless our country free���������  ;��������� ���������"'-'���������"        'Tbe young confederacy,  *���������'���������';" '���������-.;   '" God bless our land.'.  y   May it:\n strength increase,-  ���������;:'���������'.'".'- And long* remain in peace \  In wisdom ne'er decrease, X  ( XriJ. i     ' .'���������'���������" God bless our latid. ���������    .  : Our union, Lord preserve,  .        .: Ne'er may our people swerve  ..-.'.. '   , From loyalty. -...���������  ��������� / . Protect from foreign .foes,  '���������j*   ���������-. -'   ;: And all those ills and woes.  . :  ���������.. "Which from rebellion Hows, .  y .'���������'':   r -'.A :.:   :   We ask:ofTliee.     ;,  :     ;Bless our sovereign heaG,;.   ;  ..       :       By Thee m^iy she be led .  '..'   : '/A.. :���������.;.   ;'    -.-, ���������' ������������������>' Wisely to rule.;. yXy..   ���������'���������-..  ' And may������ her. counsel be. ,        ���������  I    \ :.>', ; Famed for integrity--     . , v  ..'"'...  y ;. y / \y: From base corruption, free* -   ��������������������������� _i '���������;������������������/  '.,".;; ''':���������. lX ���������/'���������      ;''y God bless her '��������� ale.���������'..." ���������:  ��������� y ���������''      ;   Great Governor bbbveyy \yyl //���������  y ."'    ' Who rul'st wi tii pdwer and \ ove,  ���������.. - yyy;/.....:,. ���������". aa, ."��������� Descend and bless.'" ��������� :.  Yor nations that would be  Great, g 1 orious and free,  "~'"' ever, reverence Th ee���������  '   This we confess.  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS;  ES   P.   TAYLO  Druggist,  2'2y    BARKERVILLE.  "AS  CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND   ACIIOTCE   SE-  .. lection of Dp.uns and Patent Medicines, including tlie celebrated   Golden   Balsam, and   Murphy's  ROADSIDE ADVERTISEMENTS.  STABLI3TO- for HOBSE  iu merles, Garden Seeds,' &c, &c.  Just received���������an assortment of Stationery, Pocket  Diaries for. 1667, and Billiard T,iblo articles.  . P.-S���������Presc rip tioh'a cure fully compounded.     1-s  William mcwha,  LYTTON CITY, B. C,  Begs to inform tbe public generally that ho has  TABLE & GORALL ACCOMODATiOI  On his premises for upwards of 200 Horses.  .. Hay and Oats for Sale cheap.  .".'.';  GOOD SADDLE HORSES FOR HIRE.  ���������TERMS   MODERATE. 1-s  VICTORIA ADVERTIsi^i^-  Comer of LangleyjUIey and'Yates 8t  MESSRS. JAY & BALES  Have opened the above premises with ^ i     '  and well assorted Stock       la*  ��������� of ���������  FOSTER,   OF   LILLOOET,  CHEMIST.  HAS FOR SALE, and constantly on hand,  a ivoll assorted Stock ��������� of Druss; all tho Chemicals  used by. Physicians, Photoeraphers, Assayers and  Mechanics. Also the popular Patent Medicines, and  Druejcrisls'sundries. ' '  yRetoits; Crucibles,  Muffles, Cupels,  Ingot Moulds,  etc., etc.  rRESCRU'nOXS PAlTHFULtr PJlUPAR'En.  F. W. FOSTER,  mal: ,.- Chemist  YALE   ADVERTISEMENTS.  ,\,~y**f.?.. --.^.^.      . ^t**l9^mim*J/t*'ttH ������*4***������?^<������������������..* <*'*^ ..������  ���������    'SHEFFIELD   TRADE ";.-UNION*' COMMIS-  yy,rA;���������:.;���������:;,������������������/ ���������;.���������.- ;.- ysipN.y.;,, ,  Ay; A very- horrible thing are the Sheffield; dis-  ,'y :closn res jus fc b rough fc. be fo re the p u b He. b y  y'.^the judicial Trades Union iuquiry��������� in that city.  ZA Kow;th!at;the tailors' strike in London has as-  ���������   ;;. ;^eumed'a,lpgals that,in one instance  '���������v Atwentyir summonses  have  been! taken. out  ... agai hsfc ��������� th e...Xp res? den t,; sec re tar y, and, other  / /officers of. ttio Operative Tailors' Association,  .!. ������������������ .-on a charge of conspiracy; to i mpoyerish ..cor-  ���������������������������;"' tain roaster: tailors, by inducing: men not 'to  ���������; -:; . wp rk for - them, th ese; d iscTosn res in ay 1 ead to  'definite action.   The investigation inr'cpurt,at  ���������". Sh efti eld, was" for th e pu rp ose o f asc er tain i ng  :v? A l the y c o nifectidn. b"e twee ri the. m u rder of o ri e  ..XX/ZlApleiy* ;iit. grinder,;aud:; the trades ������ninn of  .   ;: ��������� IgVi n d ers in ? th at; ci ty: >; .It turned', i  ��������� ' V.;! -IVlri- BrhndhttirH. ilu'������ ;������Pf������.rAfaw  nt i  ���������DEKJAMIN. DOUG-LAS, Successor to A.  C.  JJ WELLS, Sapdu-: and Harness Maker, Yale,  B. C.  . X?^* A complete assortment of Stock constantly on  hand.   ���������-. -'-y*.* y.^,���������,i.   ~X.A 1-i.......:..  . BOSTON BAR, 13. C,  Wliolesale and Retail Merchant in  GROCERIES AND PROVIS IONS?  LIQUORS, DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, &c.   Is  84 .HUE OB BEEP GSESK HOUSE.  S OPEN FOR THE ACCOMMODATION. "OF .THE  Travelling public; tbo bedrooms are spacious and  airy aud the Beds cannot bo surpassed lor cleanliness  and comfort hy any in tbo lower country; the Table is  always supl>hft^ with tbo best of victuals. -Stabling  for Horses; Hay, Oats and Barley const������ully on band.  S, DEA S  >';  Front Strkkt, j Yale, B. C,  BEGS TO .ANNOUNCE, to the inhabitantsofCnriboo  ,thnt ho intends to forward (as soon as tbe state of  tho Roads will permit),   a large and well assorted  stoclcof Cooiayo Stovks, which he will dispose of at  Pricks to Suit tub Times.-  Yale/Sth April, 1867. 1  . 'SPRING  BO YD ���������.&-HEATH, Proprietors;  tH-T3-HOlx&S ���������is-.sltriiakMf 26-milcs from-Quesnelmou t hr  The proprietors having lately fitted up bedrooms  and good Beds are now prepared to alford every ace.om-  modation lor Travellers; the Table is furnished with nil  the luxuries that can be procured;. the Bar is well supplied with tbe best brands of Liquors and Segsrs; pood  Stabling, Hay, Oats aud Barley. jCST Tbo CHEAVKST  House on the Road. y^s  AND FLOWER SEEDS.  The business or the late hrmofJay&Co   t>  and Springfield.Nursery, will" be carried ������k i������rt.,St-.  in all-Its-branches. ���������    aiI,ea������a l)y the^  ,   Fruit Trees and Bushes, Evergreen an<\ n��������� ������, .  Shrubs, Bulbs.andFlowerihgplaht^i of^e^ry^'e,)  -^������������������: i  : ������������������'��������� '"��������� __^Jy^  L OND ON  HOUSE  GOVERNMENT STREET, VICTORIA.  '.WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL;  I H; TURNER & CO.  IMPORTERS OP  English & French Silks, Shawls, Dresses iu  (lerclothing, Gloves, and every description'f  Drapery Goods. .."  Receive regular supplies by Express via Panama 8n^  by sailing vessels.via Capo Horn; Q*  /������r Particular attention ^iven to all orders  London Firm���������J. P. Tuxstali;& Co. ,      .  ���������   ESTABLISHED 1858.  STOB  ' ' .   FIHEPROOF WAREHOUSE!  PARTIES DESIROUS of shipping freight With Dis-'  JL    patch, will find it to their advantage by'clvine us  122 MILE HOUSE,  LAKE LA HACHE.  to  P. WALTERS, formerly of the 04 Milk-House,  L ��������� having purchased this'Rnnch, is now prep ired  y };cT?"m2<l^lc thc t^iveling public with GOOD MEALS  nnd J3EDS at moderate rat������s.  trades union-of  out that a  a call before engaging elsewhcro  ���������' ������������������'  .  alway;-&  Tcale, April 8tb, 1S67.  BAILEY.  1-s  , >��������� A ,with;the. milrderers deliberately^ an d wi th as^  ;^;KuCn^coolness; as -a "butcher would higgle  . :^rW.ifchsaf- cattle dealer about the price of so  y; rrfany; lambs or calves that he. desired to piir-  . pr������v������uteu uisciosure : oiu wnen immtuuty  y was proclaimed, on the sole condition of tell-  y5irig* th'e:'trutl|^the tale of blood came out, and  .. the cowardly, creatures who. could waylay  -���������. an d.- sho o t a fel 1 o w-wo rk ra a n i n co 1 d b 1 o o d,  fpv;a sum..of moncy previously;.agreed upon,  ; purchased-the preservation, of their infamous  a lives., by lay ing.all the facts bare. Broad head  : con fessed, :ia;n dX so d id h is tool s. 2 L in ley. was  .:,, to ;b e k il led bee a rise h e re fused to b el o n g to  ;t&e xxnioh. o nd cm pioyed hatf a\ dbzen lads.  The trades union must be. sustained at all  ' X iia tax cl k,  said; ���������. .Broad lie ad,   a rid  his current  a'' ptice for fc.l6iving up  a houso.-��������� wIth g\\npo\v-  ������������������':der? or "assassinating a fellow-creature, was  ��������� fro m' fi f teen to t wc ri ty p o u n ds.   Sh effield wi i 1  .'have reaso n to be p r ou cl o f a so c i e ty th a t  ��������� could so cooly propose to sustain itself by  V-siicft outrages, and the unions generally  wifl  ���������; v;haye,to submit ;tp; much ' odiuni-that- may be  A undeserved, in .consequence. J Ay ���������   '/-.     - A  jEALER IN Wi.vks, Liquors axd Ciciits, Coal Oil,  ^yCoalOilLsmpSj&c.,"   V-  '������������������/;,-. AGENT EOH BUNSTER;S.ALE!,  ���������;     -: :; ��������� ��������� Tii Ebls;' and hair Bbls. '       .  ;;Yaley:Ai3rii;.13th,.-Ise7v' /AvyyA \.s  Storage and."Forwarding!  ���������;; 2a ' " .������������������' :������������������ YALE, B. a  PARTIES SHIPPING GOODS BY THE TALE-LYT-  X -_3CO:j Routk, are advised that ..  KIMBALL &; GLADWIN;  ,TTave erected an extensive.Storehouse and Dack at.  reparetl to Receive, Store, and Forward  re-packed, and freights engaged at the  Parties shipping goods through us will please 'mark  to the care of  Is KIMBALL & GLAD WIN.  MESSRS. CORNWALL'S.  between  ojiouto.   -~.    Tbe. best ol'  1 i viiiff, of; Lio uors, a n d o f Win es     Fresh B u t to r, >li 1 k  and Vegetables.    Good Stabling and cheap feed.     1-s  J������ c..  COMMISSION A  FORWARDING AGENT,  WrIX M?  PARTICULAR   ATTENTION TO ������w"  > t   locting, purchasing, or forwarding Goods for tu  upper country.-  : -..&        ������> ������w������switi  Any. commission, entrusted to his care, wlllrec&w  prompt attention.   . ... '.    ",recu"  _References :--W. A. Meacham, E. A. Wadhams ?  Hah per. J. J. Brami.t. .  . ��������� 'L  Victoria, April, 18.67. j  ���������      HOTEL DE FRANCEy y. :  : GOVEnXMEXT StREET, VICTORIA, V. I. "'  \HE RESTAURANT is supplied with mi ^    I  .   ftCJlCacieS'Of t.be. Roncnti    r\nA  thn >Vn^;���������   QOLON'IAL  HOTE'L,;  SO.DA. CREEK.  TTENRY GREENBAUM, WHOLESAT.R LIQUOR  FI Sfor.Ej Importer of Finn MwrschAum Pipes, Stems  jrouthpieces, Cigars and Tobacco, Johnson street, Victoria, V. I. 1-s  ��������� ���������I ��������� I      l" 'ill \  TULES. RTJEFI^, Commission- MBRciiAXT, .Royal    ��������� j  O  Hotel Budding, Wharf street Victoria; V.' L  U  A  GREAT REDUCTION 1ms been made in tbe Charges  i;JL at tbis establishment., so as to suit tlie times.  Meals, $1; BedSj 75 Cents.  5ICLEESE & SENAYj  Proprietors.  1st,   1367. . i-s  CLSAL*S Coffkk House" and Restawixt;  \sm Government Street, Victoria, V. I. This 13 tha  cheapest, most comfortable, and best attended Estab-  lisbment in the City  The BAR is always' supplied with  the choicest of  Winks, Liquors and Cioars.   y 1-s  Mav  STOKE.  IHE.UNDERSIGNED bcg:s tQ inform tho miners and  %% tQ 3'. w..., ,1JW,. 10 4Ltlv,  residents in & around Van Winkle that he will in fu-  I  at  tronage of all.  n?JrTQrS%������?x P?UW!������R creeks accomp-inicd with thc  CAbrI, will be forwarded with promptness and dispatch. ��������� " -      .-���������...������������������  &&* Terms CASH, without distinction  : V?: . .        J. W.  LtNDHARD,  36 3ilIiE   POST,  BETWEEN YALE AND LYTTON, B. C.  TRAVELLERS will find every accommodation at this  Hotel.   Excellent Gookiu^.   GOOD  BEDS.  STABLING FOR HORSES.  TIMOTHY HAY and OATS at Lowest Rates.  f\ STJTRO & CO.. Importers and Deaths i^  \JT. CIGARS, TOBACCO, Meershnum Pipes, &o., S E.  corner of Yates and Wharf street, Victoria . s  KWONG, LEE & CO., Commission- JTj-rchams; Is-  pohtkrs, nnd Dealers in Chinese Goods, Victoria,  V. I Yale, Lillooet, Quesnelmouth, and Williams  Creek! 1-3  1-s  BOOTHROVD  BRO'3.  Proprietors.  onaparte House,  QEMLEN & PAKKE,   Proprietors, at the' "  O Junction of tho Cariboo and Big Bend  Roa'ip. is   .  ]7   -MALLANDAINE, COLLECTOR  AND GENERAL  l.'Jm AGENT. Government Street. Victoria, V. I.   1-s  B L UE   TEN r  OR  127  E   HOUSE.  now  t  L  Tr  t h o ti m gs.   G i ve t b em a ca JI.   S tab I i n tr, H J y k (��������� ra in;  attentive hostlers.    Stages leave hero regub.rJv tor  1-s  BA.ILY purl -\V1^FKT.Y   ,{ BRITISH COLO VIST  ant VICTORIA CHRONICLE."    Orders for mail-  Yale,  and Cariboo  ;'���������' ;.'��������� A feovNTitYMAN go iri g to in arke t wi th a Id ad  ��������� of porkv'.was triet by a y.prtng.igir 11ivhoyvery  .:; gen tee 31 yy made..Kim a 1 b w co tir iesy* wheu. h e  .exclaimed-^-y/;   .���������������������������������������������'. .'./,, ';..'������������������ ���������  " What! do you makc. a conrtesy to dead  i/hogsV'/XZ yA'yyy-    A'AyXy '    ���������" :;"'  ;0;\vV.'No;^Ir^^'a^we.rod" tbo girl,  /THE UXOEDSIGNEP.IIAVLVG PURCHASED THIS  'XX d esi rabl e proper ty,- is now' Pr ept re d to Ij cconi m o-  d n,tc th q travel 1 in ������ p i\ bl ic. Th e ta b 16 is's u ppl i or I with  tb e v ery. b es t bl via h ffs; ���������' -Th e b ed room s an d bods are  as comfortable as could be desired, and th������������. BAR.con*  tn ins nothing bu t tho best bra nds of LIQUORS ani  cigars.: -; .. ��������� .   ;;-.  A't?ootl stock, of Grain and Hay alwars on hnir'.  . 3rd May, 1807.. 3 W. WRIGHT.  BOSTON    BAR  International   TT<  ;Willi Postage, $7 50 ; "cmos* do;! $i.V75;"ri)AltT^ii  mos do., S23 ; Omos do., $12 50.  OUR    COFFEE.  "���������to.  live  A .Hibernian, gallanting 'with" a married i  ���������lady, hearing, her unexpected husband coming up stairs, exclaimed���������       y *. ';   . . ,, >  -��������� yiOb;<hide,me, my dear'darlingVfor- if I'm  found,I'm.lost.   y ��������� ^y  YIOTORIA ADYBBTISBMENTS;  A. BULER-&i;co?8  fj3? p^-? 'Store ���������    LADIES'and GEMT'S CAST OFF  ^r. Government, street ppposite tbe Theatre.   1-s  GOOD BEOS.  WILLIAM CHARTERS   y  I>r.j|>rietor.  OD'.'RANCH  WE   ARE   FORWARDING   A  1ST CLASS; ARIICIE TO CABIB0|  lacked in Tins of from two lo twenty-five pounds  eacii,       . ' ' i      ''-,;.  1-s  WILSON & MURRAY,  FoH street, Victoria.  T^L??^0^  Is NW Spared to  J    n������i r l-evnry pcfsummodaUnn tn tho iriv   K,,?,  Iic,a1Kl hopes by, a strict attention, to businesf io  . i lit an ad ver tip e rii eh fc for a y ou n g: gen tl em an  / %yh.o left his parents,- iP is stated^ '' if Master  flacky, will,return to his disconsolate parents.  be shall not be   sent to .school, and shall  eweetea his own tea."  THOS.' W.IL.SON.& CO.:  IMPORTERS OP ENGLISH MERCHADI2B  Wholesale and Retail,  -DEALERS.- IN DRY 600DSr AG,-- ���������   Masonic Hall Government Street Victoria.  1-3  CI  on  yg^-pAyou .want good Coffee me Fell's.  ^Itomh-.A^** Wholesale, at the lowest   ���������'���������    .    ' wL '. ���������. . '  I.s  WILLIAM. ZELETER, dealer m bnuos- ii������i>i'  f T crxss and. OmaatiCALs, Fancv and Toum aAAuA  Sponges,-Brushes, Perfumery, &c. PhvsicianV' Prt  scnptionsoarouillycompoimded and orders angered  with care and dispatch,   Victoria, V, I.        *������?^������ra������  ass^sSSi  Cigai  tl'cij  MEALS,   $1 50   EACH. ~m  >J?V^^*mn(!* is a," l^ could bo do.irbd,  and the ch������rgt^ are very mMprato. llnv for H'lrvi  .^day, $2 ; Oats a nd Barley at- tbe che^K^t  ./J?lu>ncier3i&?^1 hnsa^rgc ouaniliy of OAT HAY  on hand, for sale in large or small qiumiities  1-s y  JOHN mXETiER,:propri9tor;,  A. W. PIPER;  CONFECTIONER, ,  Government Street,'opposite tho -Theatre.  ,  CANDIES of every description manufactured a:  sold, Wholesale and Retail. 1-s  inct  Free Port for Ever  ?  / K THE UNDERSIGNED  TAKE   pleasure In an*  ,     .' t noun c in g t o our n u m e rou s  cu s torn ers a n d the  yaniiB,. that wo will supply them with the bestITkenc?  ' Liiatukk Boots (duty free) ever otrered in B. C.  &&*At our old Stand, Government St., Victoria, V L  1>a CHARITY & BUTLEK;


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items