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 m  Vol 16.  Barkerville, William Creek, B.C., Saturday,- September 5, 1874.  No. 19  THE CARIBOO SENTINEL  ;. Published every Saturday by���������  ROBERT    HOLLOWAT.  Subscription. ������   ���������   25 Cents per "Week.  RATES OF ADVERTISING.  Fwonesq������i.ire(ouo!acb), QrstInsertion,   . f3  i'         ���������������                       ono month,   ���������   ������ k  For i w-o sq ������ares .flrst insert too;   V.  ���������  , $  *./.      "       one month, -...������������������ 8  MISCELLANEOUS.  HAS ON HAND  A WELL ASSORTED STOCK OP  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS,  HARDWARE.  PATENT MEDICINES, &c.  COME ALONG WITH YOUR CASH  $& AND GBT RARGAlN*S.y������5f  ��������� - tr.yd  OLDVANWil  Keep on hand everything  EEQUfflED IN A MIMSG^CAMP.  HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, &e. ���������  6TANLET, LIGHTxNING CREEK!,    .  k. McDERMOTT,     .     -    ��������� ���������      pKorRtsToa.  JKF* Th# b������Ft Wines, liquor?, and Cigtirs at Ihe  Bar, and all visitors made hapuv and conitortable.  mytffitn *** .    '  STANLEY, LIGHTNING CREEK,  6Ail WH4, f        ���������        ������        PROPRIETOR.  Board, - ��������� $9 per Week,  Singe Sleals, 75 cents.  $������, Tm Table fuxolsbeu Kith tb������ best the market  a/toris. v mv3 6ni  aloon  EXPRESSES, STEAMERS, &c  arnard & Go.'s  RE Si  y  .MISCELLANEOUS.  (Carrying Her Majesty's Mails,)  LEAVES   BARKERVILLE   FOR   YALE  EVERY SUMY MOMG,    :  Connecting with steamers at Qnesnehnoutb,  Yale, New Westminster and Victoria.  Freight and Passengers carried through at reasonable rates.  For rates of Freight and Passage; apply to  ���������   GEO. BYRNES, Agent,  jc50    - Barken'rlie.  sons  ess.  J EAVES   BARKERVILLE  FOB  YALE  U  cvi-ry alternate Saturday, .  MASON  & DALY  BF.G TO ANN'uUXCK THAT IIIKT HAVE RRJIOVFD  to the t-p.ici'His jir������*-nii.������vs t������-rmerly fciiown as U*e  St. G**������rtf* Saloon, where ibt'y will he aiall tiiocs  pr<iM.re<i to furuish  ���������    BOARD    AND    MEALS     ,  of the; best quality.  Th*������   BAR is fnrn^bed wUh tho finest WIXK3,  UQCOnSandGlGAK<.  Board. -   $12 "per Week,  el" tint ~  Cb&stt'cti&g wit!i  the Steamers at Quesnelraoutb.  ��������� \'ak������, aud New Westminster.  ������2, Treasure Carried at One-half of One  per Cent.  Freight on** Passcng^re carried cheaper than by  any other Line. ^- No Night Travelling hy this  Express: ��������� .  For rates of Freight or Passage, apply to  JONATIIAN SUTT, Agent,  Jul25  Bark'-mllo. _  The -patronage fo Hbcr.tllr extended *> tho ol<1 firm  1s respectfully solicU.-d t������<r*th������ n������nc. my 18 ftn  "^PUBLfaWOTICK  ���������er  ,������EALED TENDERS WILL BE RECEIVED  by the undersigned up to nova on  MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1874,  for the right of maintaining a Ferry for o  term of .three (3).yeara across South Thompson River, at a point near ihe confluence of  the North and Soath branches of Thompson  River.  The Ferry right to extend from the Raid  'confluence of the two branches two miles up  the South Thompson River  The said Ferry to be capable of caifyinjr  not less than five (5) Pack Atutnahrand their  loads. , ./��������� '  Tenders to state the rent proposed and the  Tate of Tolls for every -  Foot Passenger,  Passenget on Horseback,  Loaded Animal j  , Animal without load,  Head of Beef Cattle, ,  Sheep, Pfe or Goat,  And Freight per 100 pounds.  Officers and freight of tbe Provincial' Government to pass free.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  ROBERT BEAVER  Chief Gommissioaer Lands & Works,  kandu and Works Department,  Victoria, Aug.-11, WL au29  Frank Ferret!  and  Tom Harding  PEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND  *f   ihe public that thi*y bavonpi-UT.l u  Saloon in Barkerville,  (One door below the TIC11C OFFICE,)  or tboMloof WINES, LIQUORS huJ CIGARS  of the test quality.  nmx, oats lira vegetables  ju4 FOR SALE.____ ___   ark'rville Brewery  fRoriuEToa.  The Oelobrated XXX Ale  will t>������ manofcowwl and soiiby.Wholcsalo aad R*  tuiliaiiapwity**^  The best Liquors -fc Cigar-  ������OD8taaiJ7������������Pl0ClliaIlA  The Lodging; Department  Bona nad McommodftUoa  piovjeu" JeJ(J  WILL COkMEKCE  HER  UEGULAB  ������f    trips oa the 15th June, running as lollows until  turilier notice;  Leaves SODA CREEK on THURSDAYS, at  4 o'clock, a.m.  Leaves QUESNELMOUTH on SUNDAYS, at  half-past 3 p.m.  FREIGHT, ��������� - $16 per ton of 2,000 lbs.  A. S. BATES.  ?orta Creek, June 12. 1874. >>20  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA AT RICHFIELD.  In Bankruptcy���������In the matter of William  VbitnisT. a Bankrupt.  HHEREAS A VhTITION FOR ADJTTDI-  I'.T cation of Bankruptcy, bearing tlate the 7th  'Inynf August, AD 1874, bath becu duly filed at  KiclvflcM, m the County Court of British Columbia,  sitliiiir iu Bankruptcy, by WILLIAM F0RR1S1\ of  the Meadows, Williams Creek, Trader, under which  IhcHiifl William Forrist has been udjudgajl a Bmk-  rup'.. nolle? is hereby given that the ha id bankrupt is  licrtby t^juired lo surrender bioiseir to ihasatd  Court." at the first meeting of creditors, to he held before tin; said Court at Richfield on Saturday, tho  fi'iff-nth itoy of August, A.D. 1S74, at 11 o'clock  in tho !oren<w>n precisely, and also t> the Court at the  second ini:eti������s to he held at the^'uiu place ami hour  ou Tui'Sdfiy, the fifteenth day of .September, A.D.  1874, i\>r ti.b saM K.iukrupt to pass hiscjciimiiintiou.  At tin: first lueetinsr, Creditor* arc to corae and prove  thi.'lr dolus, mid eh'i&se an assigaN or assignees of  the Bankrupt's estnte and elh'CUs ; at the second  intjeting, proof of debts of creditors will be received^  fuidtho Bankrupt H'lH bo required to submit himsell  to lie exutnined a������d to mnke a lull disclosure aud tlis-  ewvery of,all his estate and ell'ect?, and to finish his  Jsoiico.is a \w hereby given to all persons that are  Indebted IQ the s;iid Bankrupt, or that have aay of  lrisenects\ not to deliver the game but to Mr James  LiiHlsuv of Itichlield, 'Official Assignee, whom the  Court, has appointed., aud give notice to Mr Davie of  Barkerville, Counsel in the matter ot the Petition.  'JAMES LINDSAY,  Clerk Couaiy Court and Official Assignee,  Richfield, August 7tb, 1874. s������8  NOTICE.  OTICE IS HEREBY GIYKN THAT?  tbe follotviog land is Reserved until  further' notice from the right to be occupied  or to be acquired by occupation, settlement,  record, preemption, cr improvement undeC  tbe provisions of the " Land Act, 1874-*':  Land Reserved, or known as a Reservation  previous to the date of this notice, or marked  as a Reservation-npon ibe Maps of the Land  Olnce. Victoria. '        \    .     ���������  Land now or hereafter surveyed into Vii*  lage. Town, City, or Suburban Lots, and alt,  land within Ihe limits or boundaries of any  Village, Town, or City;  Land under Lease to tbe British Columbia  and Vancouver Island Spar Company, or ta  Messrs Hoodie. Pielz & Nelson.  Land claims under the provisions of the  " Miliiary and Naval Settlers' Act; 1863," or  as a Military Grant by tbe Soldiers of the  Royal Engineers who served in the Colony  at British Columbia under Colonel K. C  Moody, or wbo were employed on the Nortd  American boundary Commission and purchased their discbarge in British Columbia ot}  Vancouver Island on tbe return of tbe North  American Boundary Commission to England*  Land held nuder License issued under tbo,  "Mineral Ordinance,  1S69," and   amend*  mentl.'  Land now or hereafter -fa use as a:Pub!ia  Landing, Highway, or*other general public  purpose, or coming under the provisions o(  the-Public Works Act/5  Land Recorded under Clause Twenty o������*  the '!: Land Ordinance. 18G5.?S  Land Purchased a3 Unstirveyed Land*.  Land upon which a payment has been  made to tbe'Crown; .  Land Recorded as a Twenty Acre Timbered Lot.  .    '  Land under Survey as. or subdivided Into  Twenty Acre Timbered Lots.  And'also that tbe ubove Land is reserved  from tbe right to be acquired by purchase as  Unsttrveyed Lands, as provided by Clause 63  of the "Land Act.. 1874," unless the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works has been  first specially advised that the land corned  under one or more of the above descriptions  and bis consent in writing ba3  beea  ob*  tained.  ROBERT BEAVEN,  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works*  Lands and Works OOlce.  Victoria. ISth Julv, 1874. au8  SAMUEL  STANLEY,   ���������   ���������    LIGHTING CREEK,  jja^ on hand a choice stock of (  Provisions, Groceries,  IIpOES, CIGARS, CLOTHIKS, &G.,  whkb W will sell, ���������  "B-WKSSSmS"���������"  AS THE  aul  [LJ6.]      JOSEPH W. TRUTCH.  CANADA.  PROVINCE OP BRITISH COLUMBIA,  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God. of the  United Kingdom of Great Britain and  1'-eland, Qtieeu, Defender of the Faith,  kcX  To wnum all these presents shall come,*-  Greeting.  A Proclamation.  Geo. A. Walkem,W"HERBAS it Is pro-  Attoruev-General. ' " vided by Sectioa  8f> of the "Land Act,- 1STV: that the said  Act shall not come into force until the Lieu-  ten ant-Co vernor's assent thereto has been  proclaimed by notice in the British Columbia  Gazette;  And whereas Our Lieutenant-Governor has  been pleased io assent, in Our name, to the  said Act* f  NOW 'KNOW TE that in pursuance of te  said proviso, We do hereby proclaim and  dve notice of Our assent to the " Land Act,  1874.,}  Is Testoioxy Whereop. We have caused  these.Our Letters to be made Patent, and  the Public Seal of the said Province to  b e h e reu n to afuxed: W its ess, tbe Hon-  otable Joseph Willum Tiiutch, Ltea-  ienant-Goyernor ot Our said Province  of British'Columbia, in Our Cily of Vic-*  toria, in Our -said Province,  tbis Six*  '    teeniu day of July, in the year of Out?  Lord one thousand eight hundred aud  seventy-four, and 'in  tha  thirty -eighth  year of Our Reign, j  By command.  JOHN ASH.  Froviccisl Sewtar> ]  kOSAiWtt r   .  ���������  r.amunimiw  AM CARIBQOSEyXINEL  -���������'4.     .   ZHT" ~   ' ~ "  SATURDAY, SJEPT. 5, 1874. -  --.  ������������������THE JUDICIARY ON THE MAINLAND.)  There was'a time in the history of British  Columbia when, a -Judge of the Supreme  Uonrt'fegjded upon tbe Mainland. Sometime  after, the union of Vancouver Island" with  British Columbia the Mainland was. left without a resident Jii dire, and now it enjoys a  spying visit of the Supreme Court only twice,  ot perhaps once, a year: a visit remarka'bly  ���������short and only sufficiently'lone: to get through  the business, immediately before the Court.  The Court'Closes, and then, another long In-  ���������'  '. terval elapses.    Meanwhile  parties  would  bring  on  suits, but cannot do eo   except  through the  medium of Victoria, because  there is no Judge fo  whom they can apply  y  .'to settle and adjust those interlocutory matters which must of necessity arise in the pro-  grem of nearly all litigation; or if it be tbe  case of an injunction in which an injury is  mmploSned of and the repetition of it sought  to 'be prevented, there is* actually no relief  ttnti) the.next circuit unless the party happen  to be.near Cariboo, in which case he may'be  ,nb!c to employ a professional man  to draw  the necessary documents ;Uiese have to be  " forwarded   to  some lawyer in Victoria.���������  double expense for the unfortunate litigant.  Resides the rleJay.   There is also such an  ...article, occasionally as vexatious litigntion/  A. writ may be issued from the office of the  JDiptricfc ^Registrar of Cariboo by some un-:  fcrnpulous party.'.. The -plainiiflf presents no  ju?t cause of action, his.only object being to  liarrass the defendant or fo make him com-  ���������promise some groundless action. The dpfend-  a ii t rr ay be able to em p 1 oy a 1 a wy er. or i t m ay  ��������� .be impossible. ,'Jf lie cannot employ one, the  . unlucky defendant knowinnr of. none of the  ���������.technical intricacies of defending an action,  Ha liable to have judgment snapped a'samst  iiim-by. reason of some informality.: Thank  goodness, such actions arenofc frpqnent-; yet  the  possibility of. thern   demonstrate?   ffte  Mackenzie's Railway Poijcr���������Thehiro-  Hng orcjan of the Mackenzie Government -at  New Westminster, and one of the prime  movers in getting up the railway petlfion recently sent to (Cariboo for signature, gloate  over his idea that Mr Walkem?s mission to  England will prove a failure, and says^--we  presmne by aul������iority���������tbat;>*'the Bpriiinion  Government  will   commence'the Work of  ftctiiul construction at ira;ibwn.fritieMd ^rpser  ciitelhe work at its own convenience."   The  bold-effrontery of the New; Westminster organ  in thus taunting British Colmnbia wilh what  may probably prove to be a faefc^vis,, that  she is completely at the mercy of a few men  95S3H  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  ���������r  ^ ������ Ktupivuw uonrt .nidge  amongst us to whom the parties them selves  ,oan apply.   That there are cases in which  applications for relief would be made if.a  Judce.were on the Mainland, admits of no  <lonbf. and to us it does seem, a noma Ions that  Vibe three judges of tbe Su preme Court should  lie kept, in Victoria, and one of them pay us.  only a flying visit now and then.  ;';In point of importance this upper -section  .:   nf the Province;to say the least, is ecjtial.to  vbt.greater than any other section of British  Columbia.   The miner toils hard, and is one  ���������of many.   Our farmers, and there are manv  of them, earn tbeir bread by the swf������at of  tbeir brow; and (his.a section of tbe country  .-which.'can and does support and supply its  ������������������..... :0 wn;, wan ts mA pr.odtt ees m tic h w*a I th, - 0 u gh t  to have its share of the d ne ad rain isfcra tio n  ���������of justice.   At -prepedt it.has not, for the  Reasons above stated,   y  .   Of >course, it Is necessary that the three  fudges should meet at certain times for ap-  r pea] ni afters in Victori a -but tha fc wo a Id ho t  prevent'a Judge .^being amongst us for six  iriontbsin the year-r-say three months.during  tb e sti mmer an ii th ree d ri r i rig th e. win ter. We  .certainly are entitled to consideration2-h the  Move matter, and if: tbe antli bri ties -do not  '���������tbififc it^proper that we  bake a. Supreme  Court Judge sent for a longer time araongs fe  us, tbere; sbould be. aro0re extended power  gweniti the Cariboo County Court.-'���������'It shoafd  &aVe jnrisdictipn in actions to tbe amouni of  $2500,  It should ^, also have an  equitable  jnrisdictioh similar to .thai of ibe: Supreme  Court, but subject to the supervision of ibe  latter, so that in alFoases where relief cannot  now be obtained in Cariboo in tbe absence of  the Supreme Court rights may be enforced or  'protected  and wrongs redresspfl   without  whose motto' is " might is right"���������is prefer*  able to tbe conduct of the /' casMroo" terms  of union organ io Victoria, which last winter  done its utmost to incite, tho people to a  rebellion against the Local Goverzroient for  tbe simple reason that up to that time it had  confidence in Mr Mackenzie's honesty.   The  Colonist, for the past few months, has been  ustQg allthe windy logic at its command to  prove to its readers that Vancouver Island  has no right, according to tbe terms of union,  to a single mile of railway; arid that Mr Mackenzie, whom it formerly accused of attempting to'Vob the Province ofuIs railway, and  Vancouver'of its railway and terra inns guaranteed by Hip (*��������� cast-iron" terms, is now, after  be has actually made the attempt; a pure and  patriotic sfat^sm-m and the friend of British  Columbia I   We hare no doubt, like tbe arcb;  traitor of old, our British.'.Onlipbia traitors  bargained for tbeir ���������' thirty pieces:of silver'5  as tbe rpwnrd of their treachery lo thfejateiv  e&R 0 f. t-h e Pr 0 v in c e. b 111 on r read era need no t;  expec t the sn m e ��������� fi u a I e. as' i n  tb e ease of  Judas.���������the  consciences  of these 'hireling  journalists are too elastic ty yy-. ���������"'.':���������:;  Pfrms6.vAL.���������The fol lo wt ng gen tl em en ar-  rived in Karkerviile last evening byBarriard's  Express:���������Mr Robert Wallace, Post Office  Inspector for Rnfiab Columbia.on aJ/wr of  inspection ��������� Rev. Mr' Macg'regor." riasfor of the  United" Presbyterian Chnrcli. VictbHa: and  Mr C. H. Walbrotb, an fcrigiiidi gentleman  who, is. faking a run lb rough; the country,  T * ke & Kurtz Co ���������P r i va te ad v I ces ha ve  REd^pJD BY EXPRESS ;   84*IW  2yi atthe Auctioneer, C*  SARKEIiVlLLE,  1I1KEEVIUE  PURE   DRUGS/   ������������������'���������'���������';'  BPEGIFiq MEDICINESi  WGLISH, FKBNCH AND AMERICAN  PATENT   MEblClKlES,:     j  uj^i&\m-i^&'m  "'"iy wmcwm  and Mining ������11^  APPSAISEB AID '  XXmrQtmts reeeivoa!fl������wrT      ;     km^l  F/IksB BEI/r3,;aiul a variety of Iktas not'-to b������  procured Kprth of'Frisco^  '  LIGHTNING   CREEK.  - BirkwrijUiS,:July 22,187^.'   ;';, ,,y-} Ay /  gers  ;<Sttoc^ra to D.' kurts & 0o-, ���������'  LIQUORS,  XyyAA^KBBA-rXy .X  A   TOBACCO  y^cy;^;y;;-GgocERiESl  Creot  Dissolution of Pairtnersbip  . .jtoet-' XClMmr,  CLINTON EX?RA FLOUR  we2is:f-^^^%-^'  .isutiial-'cbpsoiiU. ,  AlLdtibts duo to the lat.iflrra. ;of GitqA k- Gulcb^u  will be c(jfU"<;teif"hy, fcltb*r of us.sfijil all IteblfUlff  due by tbifsjtlt! 'fijr:tt w\U be s*'UleJl }>yX:j.?.G\jpd/wlfiti\  will '-bo'Dliaiie tilt" buiiiiK^a on bis owascc^mt.  i y-Ay/rXA y'XAXAyAjy^iuQOZ-"A-;a  -. a-y :     XL. GEI0UON. ���������  Quosnebnouth, July 231, IS^4.   ���������/���������'���������:    / ai������l -m  Messrs. Hearst and ������VfcMn*ter9 t^fbe/iD'rf'Ctorg  U favorable bofb as to tbe vh Ine of -.'.thfi mi no  n tid tbe advisabiIiiy 0f resuniibg ���������;. work. .No  i n form a tion, h 0 we rer. birs been;rreeived as  to the .time when work will ben*siimed.  PkARsoxfs.;"ExrRKss arrivedi on i;Tbnrsdny  aft-rnoon from Yale. ]oade^;^vUb;^igbtv  The down stage of thin'liQe'-ieayfia:ihk''MbtiV  Barkabd's Express, with the mails, arrival  at (> o'clock last evening. The.'pas&eiiger list  will be found in anotbor coTumn.      y  Ti.mk CirANOh'D.-���������Urifil further, hoi ice the  steamer Victoria will Iwe Qnesnfiimonth at  'NOTICE.  m ���������������!.������ Utfru m tort &}i^.mmyf>:  flCE.  FOTICE.'..' :yy,y:,  VfOTTCR ij?|ii.-r-'!iy jrlvcr.v that HOVf? VRfS.Jji mil  xS   n a i������for j ���������< c i \ujiAih c i a: y < i������i <J. * ������r j*c������^ (u fl is? ��������� ��������� ������*'..]  lift linj if rai k \TAWSii k <;?J.    Mi uvhi.s ;u������ J'  *t-'*i  to  be, paid ��������� 1.-. iCvvn;^ l i. ������*!?���������   f  Vu lw* k Ck. irh������  Ladies* Balmorals, r  r;    Kid Opera Slippers,  T  y Lasting. Buskins,  .-:   * '     . Bfe���������Irom No.'^l to-7;  MISSES &. BOYS' BALMORALS,  ��������� SiZi*���������������from S io 12.  Crm;6jRl3N^;--BALMORaL^No. 1 to JJ,  tNTAKTS1 -BOOTIES, ������������������Ho, I too. " : ���������  LAi)lE&y& OIIIDDRK^S STIA1vR;MJAT^  Pai>er Collars and Oafs,  \y^&eHf%^W7^ SHiRTsr. :  ���������':yZZAyy:y-.ikoZ}!)Ao:i$.; ;yy:{y  * ^5T THo nlwvc htn N������w ''(jOO:i������, :|iist K'rivM by  /"y y   W. DvMOSES. ;  Barir������rvfJ  S .'.notice'-to;all..piTwns ybo are jndehtod to him  bv >ote orB-wk Aacoimti\t1ifii unless tli eir o^hts j -���������.-  iw> paid on'or'before j'he 1st October next, ihcy THJE HALF-WAT HOUSE. JACK OFCLUHS  will bo put into Court for collection'.. :" ���������    ���������*    m* tv-minm,  Por  Sal  mm gimE.  I>ayS3beon instructed^ tho y,;;  ^ster Co;, Earrey creek  consideration of ZQ;*^e J8C01*���������nd the  p0Jff HU:ivt;ii ihm^hiolv  .. Burkorvit!?.  TifB AGEHGtM? TITR  ������������������;." HAS BEEN-VnBJipV.ED TO ���������  ICJ  NTED.  tmNTED TO.PORCHA^K, 'r.Ifl������TV TOXS OF;HAV}  If    or some- ril.H|)anslbIj']������������riy t������  Qnesnelmoutb, Sept. 4  ���������The Omineca Ex-  tbolnterostor Peter Brown in tho said Company,  unless tlio asscssm<?ots. due and nccruiiiifduc, arid  costs of sala, are ptf&pti or lic/'oro aforesaid clato.  WINTER   ABOUT   KfGlfTY   m  .    Xiglitning Creek  . "':: ''.:���������'���������'���������       ''���������'.���������' ;.' c.;.\r; Monm?.- ">  Sisniv-y, /������|?njtl 22v'J87-i. '  . .        /' '.hdSlra  Mad of     ^.BankruptcyNouce  press arrived earirti,^-0min������Da Ex-  *fports ewyth'J boCJ0'^.-   ������r Lewis  -claims on Germansen o^11*. A!l ������>e  ;W. The ������laUn'iBiOMS?kT;t?hlW'Woit  ���������������������%���������- flwt rate. Tbe I n\( ok g,llch ������������  prove te,be the best of the 2^2** c!aifll3  The roads are ver? hnfl   ���������  ^a^^������:v^  ; :y ret^Pre^le^n-Friday next_  ^..   ft^PKCTJNfl.~Mr John r"^       ,  Mr Angus Lament started from fc? anf  some two weeks since to pMtotfn*���������**  ry at the hearf-waters of Swamp W .tT"  toakwweto' provisions witifS  iTllv  6B0K6E ByfiXUH,.  ^iiclione.r.  ^irst-class Steam En^  forSaie.      to  ���������wis coi'irr   ACTHOftiSKo  :i    i'dilit'll   firf  tili-i Ttli  0"������'V  REST,  comp  OARS. nUCKETS T'fC/rJ"wrv,w  July 25. ARCHIBALD MON'ROE  JIH26 lm  ���������"������=������ TO TTO DOtuas'  p1' ?  and {or  ������W������UL ASSAYS TO WYBnn-r.  t!lC!������������������������^aoo. ������U'AES'  23tU Augugt, is^ ..  STANLEY,  1 ���������   with extendi  hi Ins lino:  A largo iiHSortmonl of  liffiflWlNG CREEK.  utl faciliiics to do all kiuda of work  STOVES, COOKING UTENSILS, &c,  fttj band, and K1CW GOODS ooiiauutly bflliw re-  ouivud. aui6 ������iu  "; ������������">i) 1 tn nuuii iiwjur uruwr ������*ui u  tbojusiico of tliecasc nuiy fe������infro.  ALEX. K. B. DAVIK,  Counsel fn tho'matter "oMbo Bunkruplcy.  KicbfloW, 16th Angus 1,1874. ������8������������������  ;   NOTICE.  THE UNDERSIGNED .HAVE FORMED A  ,]|i*(������J>/iVirli!i. frit. ir.������nnr<iil   fnlrlliur   ptll*pOSC8,  tO  Off  iwsSfo  -1    i'arliior^liip for gencml trading purposes, t<  liaowu tin BElCDY & TCWWSKWD.  VanWfnklo,-M������yl8t, 1874,  A. 'IOTiVSKNO. .%*!  ^������4  'tm  "sATtfRDAV, SEPT. 5, ISTi.  .. ������������������ THE EXPRESS,  Cliiiton. Sept. i���������Barnard's Express, with  the .mails arid the following passengers, left  at4p.m,;~C. H. Walhroth. Barkerville: D.  Thotnas. A, Townsend, T. Sellars, J. Holmes,  and A. Bilsland, VanWinkle; one Chinaman  for<Soda creek:  An Extra left at some time witb Post Office  Inspector Wallace and Rev. Mr McGregor for  Barkerville.  .  2/ QUESNELMOUTH.  Qupsneitnouth, Sept. 2~Penrso n's Express,  wilh Miss Miiinitt Purker as passenger for  Stanley, leit Qneso el month at 8 o'clock tbis  morning. -���������-. ���������-'-.-  VICTORIA.  Victoria, August 29��������� The new Dominion  Steamboat Act. with respect Io- tho maintenance and marking of life preservers with name  of vessel, location of buckets, axes, Ac., is  iiuw in .force here.  iMr.Henry Nathan was at Ottawa yesterday,  ��������� The Levinthan will Uiko ler place at the  cable bHMikvto day.  John Kent, aged 30.-died a< the Royal Hospital on Friday of Bright's disease,  VictoriavSept. 1st���������An expedition has just  left OUawa-for the Pence river country.   It  lias no connection with the railroad.,  -...  ..' The;steamer California will sail for Grange 1 ai al Si i t$ a o u Friday ri ex t.  Sfeamer Win. Tabor arrived at S*n Fran-  ci? c������ f r< s in V ic tori a o n Sunday m ������ rn ing.  . Messrs. :'Lecli������ire,-Mcliityre and two others  wilt*- leave', to day to i> respect the West coa������t  anil interior ol the Island lor coal and other  ��������� Tiit? eon tract for removing Beaver Rock in  the harbor foi> b������������en uwuided to TUos.Speuce  lor about $12; MOO. " -  ; The aniiiial tneetinjr of tli������-Victoria Chant-  ber of Coiniij>m*c������ * wilt beheld lo-day.. The  ���������y el action a1.>tfik(*rs"ior the ensuing year whi  lorm part ot ibe reguiuY business.  EUROPE:'  Lo n rt on, . An post ;���������$ 1 *Qu arani ine regain  t h ios li a v o bt} -u p n t i n I o ree at Qii weia f������ ������wi >  which: causes great hindrance to -commerce.  ;Atl.. phrfons;are prohibited leaving or em-  hnrkins: oUvos^mIs (Votu porta in' Americn.  West I nd v % a i uj M ed i f err������i rie.au' Se a ii it ti 1 his  flfcerhnned, Bncb vessels have clean bills oi  boaifh.  Vienna. "August 36--A circular note from  thi* Russian Government \y.\h been published  witlj nlcrmcf io* ihe recognition of the  '%ankh Republic. It say* Russia cannot rt*-  oopntpp a Gnvet smioiit which is not recognised  in i;������ own country : that she bus no wish tn  interlere wjth the internal affairs of Spain,  and thai she favors no party.  Madrid, August 30- G������;n. Copez Domingos  Is mirebm^tbshe tvVw.f of Ruicrcerda. He  arrived yesierduv ul Vich. The Cariists rondo  an attack on Httigcordu.Jand were driven back  With h������M\vy loss. 11 is reported that tho Oar-  lists su tiered heavily in au engagement near  Rineloa.  New York, August 28���������Six hundred Men-  nonites, nearly all from tbe Southern part of  Russia, reached here yesterday. Nearlj all  go to Dakotab.  MemphiB, Term., August 29���������A large meeting waa held last night to express ihe indigo  I nation of the community at barbarities on  colored prisoners taken from Trenton jail  1 "tfv.f-ifwernnr ITarriR nreaiopil.  Snepohpo wpta  Ex Governor Harris presided. Speeches were  made by Governor Harris. Jefferson Davis,  Colonel   Duncan McKee. Gen. Forrest and  by Governor, Harris. Jefferson Davis,  ^u.wuel Duncan McKee, Gen. Forrest and  others, denouncing the cowardly assassination  ol the prisoners, and calling for the most energetic enforcement of the law against the perpetrator* of the. deed. Gen. Forrest stated  be stood ready to start to-morrow to assist  the officers of the law to bring ihe assassins  to punishment. Resolutions were adopted  expressing the indignation of the community  at the foul.crime, demanding prompt and  energetic measures to bring the murderers' to  justice, relieving ihe State from disgrace of  such a horrible crime, and asking the Government to employ the best legal talent in Slate  to assist the Attorney-General in prosecuting  the assassins.  New York, August 31���������Fivu hundred Men-  nonites arrived to-day on steamer City of  Richmond.  August, when she asked me to go and get  some brandy, and said  here is one dollar;  went to a Chinese wash house and paid Lee  Kee one dollar, and he gave me half a-bottle  of brandy, ihe same that is in Court to-day.  Indian Charley, sworn���������I saw Tom get the  brandy from Lee ICee ; Tom told the ldootch-  man he got- tbe brandy from Lee Kee ;-Tora  and the klootcbraan were both drunk.; 1 was  onlv with tbem a short time".     *  .  ;. Constable Archer,sworn���������About 11 o'clock  on Sunday eveningjlas'tl met the Indian Tom  on the road, and he-being somewhat drunk  I suspected he had a bottle wilh him:; asked  him if be ba<5.any brandy, and. he., said no :  1 tried to search him, when "he dropped a  bottle on the road; he said.he got it in Chinatown, at the wash-house of a man named Lee  Kee, XX '-'... ��������� ���������'  Justice Robertson said tbat aB the Constable  could not find tho Indian woman'who was the  principal witness in tlie above case, he was  of opinion that he could not fine to the amount  he ought to ; but in future, if any person was  found giving or selling -liquor to Indians, he  would punish them to the full extent ot the  law. In tbe present cuse he would only impose a fine of $20. *  --���������-������������������������������������ ^  ������    ���������,..,...  orward and help us out,and keep the miners  in the country ?  Does not the minor too often  give his labor and risk his life willingly with-  out a murmur in developing the niines of the  province?- Surely there ought to be sufficient  enterprise amongst onr merchants to-supply  the miners with provisions and protect them.  from the conmorants  that prey upon their,  necessities?   There ;is one million ot dollars  lying idle in the Savings Rank at Victoria;  but her citizens had not the enterprise to invest a dollar ia thelarge and -profitable Gas-  siar/trade 1      ;.'���������* ��������� y ,.   h������*  -^*-.������a������~-*-  LIGHTNING' CORRESPONDENCE.  ���������   Kim   ������������������  . Stakt.kt, Sept. 2, 1874.  Mining matters not bf ing of au exciting  nature, I will try to give you the sensation, of  the week caused by three cases: in the Jus  tic������'j������J Court���������one for assault, one for celling  liquor to Indians, and one for coming into  Court with two bowie .knives and a pistol,  t(������atly to take the same by storm. The first  two cases were tried before J. J. Robertson  unci Jonathan Nu tt. J.P.'s. Jn the case of W.  D. Moses vs. Alexander Johnson, fur'  ASSAOt/r,'  the plaintiff btntig sworn, faid���������On 29th of  July la-u I was assaulted by Johnson, who  struck me \i\ the face, kicked ijie. and iefc  nu* senseless ; wh������*n I recovered my sense?,  I naked'��������� Jhlihson what he did it. tor; ht������  (J(Mins"n) replied.4 you bad no business oyer  here: (meaning: the  Indian-camp1);  I said j  ~*   ���������i'lK   J.5.V-.    \-triA lit* I  DISTUHI3ING THE COOUT.   :  . John Davis was charged with coming into  Court loaded-down wilh two bowie knives  and a loaded pistol, and shouting that he bad  ���������' something to say in the1 other c������se):) also  with being drunk and saying, "I am Davis���������  I- amT7'  Constable Archer, sworn���������Some time ago  Davis was drunk, brandishing*a revolver, and  making, threats tlnn he wotty shoot one of the  engineersiii the Vulcan shaft house; I was  present and told him to behave himself; he  thereupon picked up a large stone and threatened to break my head : I have-frequently  seen him drunk, when he was always, armed,  .-sometimes with a knife.  The prisoner was bound over -to ]^ee.p tbe  peace for six months in a bond of $1000, he  triving halt of that amount, with.' two good  securities for the other half. The Justice remarked that, but for lite fact that Davis was  a hnrd:wcrkig. industrious, man; he would  have sent him up for trial ; but tliat. if he  a gai n b rok e t h o peace, hi a b ai 1 w o n 1 d be fo r-  icited and he would be sent up before the  Chief Justice.  MINING INTELLIGENCE.  WnXTAMSvCRERK,  The Black Jack'co. cleaned up 50 oz; in  2������ days'this week, working short handed  and with a small supply of water. Nothing  now to report in the other claims.  CONKLIN' GOLClf.   *      '  White Pine co. expect to have over ex*.  penses tlnVweek;, a half interest changed  hands two days since at $350.   Ferguson co.  had 124 oz. laat week, and about Co oz. u|>  i to Friday night.:. Ontario looking better;  Lwashed up 8 or 9 oz. yesterday, ons pick..  -       GROUSE CRKEK.   ."  Princess Maria co. are down over 60 feet  still sinking through clay..    ,  . DARVEY CREEK.  From Messrs. Rankin & Turley, who, ar*  rived from Harvey creek yesterday, we learn  that, their claim, the Miaoehaha; is  paying  handsomely���������over 20 oz.to.theset; had 80  oz. last week 5 have-been much troubled with  boulders.   The Cuminihgscoi got aprospecti  of $32 on the high rock :about 50 feet from,  the old face ; will start to work on Monday  jnVgood shape, with every prospect of takiii^  outbigp'uy.   "- ���������/' ���������   \ .;  ���������y    LTGHfXCS'G: GREEK., '���������  M  Spruce co. had 163 .oz last week, and 4T  oz. on Thursday. Point co. washed up 20 oz*  last week, and 19 oh:Thursday. Van.Winkld  co. 154 oz. last Week, and 100 oz. on Wednes*.  day. Victoria co..have ^commenced.fluuiing  ilic creek ; wilt., con struct about .700. feet������  Vancouver co; working in the sides; had.53t  oz. last week; 'this week the ground looks  much better. ."Vulcan co. running draiit  .\\.cnA ' ���������;{*.&t������itn'������������������ r.n. ������rein 48 feet from'shixiii  . London, August 2S-The British uhlp M  f: Dutfy plying b������Mweeu Southampton and  South American pons, ran ashore on the  south coast.   Crew, mails and specie saved.  London, August Ul���������The new ship Sierra  Nevada, which sailed from Liverpool on 2d  July for San Francisco, took fire and was  totally destroyed.   Crew saved.  London, August 31���������The Great Eastern at  ttnon had paid out 607 nautical inileB of cable  of Anglo American co.   >���������  ' UNITED STATES.1  Jefferson ville. I mi i ari a, August SO���������A hor-  rihlu .onti'tige,. resulting in tho death of the  victim* was committed near Henry ville last  night. ' Augustus Gamier, while walking  ttlong tho rait way track, waa assaulted by  three m e n, w h o x ob bed In' iti . 0 f $ 5, an d then  li0mid him aero������s the track and left him. H**  succeeded in freeing bisbodyfrora the-ropes,  Ij u t b v f ore' he con Id get h is I egs lo ose a trai n  came up, mid althoiigh he managed to throw  his body "off .ihe track, his left leg was cut off.  He lay beside the track laat night, and was  picked up and brought here to-day by the  train.   He died shortly after his arrival.  New York, August 30���������Services were held  at Plymouth church this morning and evening.  N 0, refer en ce was m ad e toJihe sc and a L At  the evening service. Mrs Beecher had an attack of heart disease, to which she is subject,  and had to be carried home.  Twin Mountain, ifavft-j&olia, August 30���������  Beecher preached here to an uuuieuco of over  1000 persons. Bis text was 4th and 5th  verses of the 12th chapter ot Romans, and  the sermon is pronounced to be ono of bis  Saost &uccoB&tul efforts  siiiTeHng from the blows [ then received.  CiMssexamined���������I saw the klpotchman  ovhj- there and went to see her : she met me  half way. and I old ine Johnson did not wait  me over there ; I then went back, but afterwards saw a half-breed boy and returned to  speak to him : after the assault, I did not po  = 0 my shop for two days ; the-day after I did  go. I done, sr.me shaviup ; t wa* two weeks  under the doctor'^ cave; I was not sober  when Johnson assaulted me,  Harry WilmH. sworn.���������Drove Mnsesovor'  to Williams creek alter tbe occurrence ol* the  assault ; Moses was intoxicated at ihe tim.������*'m  the a^sauU, but was able to walk wilh my  assistance.  Or. Chipp testified a? to the nature of Die  injuries rec ived by Moses: his face was  bruised, his ritrht.eye end unncir lip .swollen,  tho latter bndly: and flat ho had been attending him more fian a month.  For the defendant. Henry Morgan tostiBed  ns follows :~4did not witness the assault'*,  J r dm sou and Mo*es wore in my saloon on the  but vvhen times are lively,, then comes law.  We can all remember how in our palmy days  the Cou rfcs w ere ��������� fi j I v. d wi th: Ul i ga ti t s. the p tin -  cinal cause of litigatiou being ���������'jumping."  I hope, however, that our new era of prosperity wii.l neither be. evidenced by 4,jutop  ing"or offeiTc'es of the nature above reported.  [ can not close my letter without saying that  the maaner in which Justices Robertson and  ! Mutt administered the la*v 00 Wednesday  j in Ob Is w i th the appro val 0 f th is co m muni ty.  Prospector.  CASStAR CORRESPONDENCE.  I beard Ma^���������������y %'ZJ^ iin a barm and  ihe. Indians vevc^VJKSon5 klooidim-Jit  over to too Lite iv .,   k, 1  ii-iv������'  !- t   ������rt mi   but Moses sank     f:-lu\v-  )iim   not    tO    CO,   ������������i* ,   ��������� ... ...i.Sn.aii.  him not  to go, but ..������.,..,.. ....  whipped one white man and will whip another *?; at that Johnson lelt. the saloon, and  Moses lay down awhile,following Johnson in  a short time to where he had gone; I consider  Johnson bad provocation, for he was several  times insulted in my house by Moses offering  to bet t bat he iWou 1 d ta ke his kl0 0 tch man  from h\m: Moses w ah ted me. to gi ve an Indian boy a bottle of whisky to take over to  the barn $ I told him I did not sell whisky  to Indians.  Alter Mr Park had addressed the Court for  the plaintiff, the Justices fined defendant iu  the sum of $10. In rendering judgment, Mr  Jn sti ce Robertson 10 ok. occasi 0 n to give the  defendant some good advice which yout space  will not permit me to give ui full, but the  substance oi it was that "defendant having  just come to}.the country it did not look well  for him to belaying around tin Indian camp  in sight of the town; and being a strong-  hearty man, and, as ho understood, a good  miner, it would bo more to his advantage to  go to work and make fbr himself a good  name.  SEtUKQ LIQUOR TO TCPUN3.  A Chinaman uaraed Lee Kee was charged  with soiling liquor to Indians.  Tom, an Indian boy, sworn.--! was in a  klootchman's house oa Snntoy evening, 30th  Lake Town*. Cassiar, July 23.  In my last letter I was unable to give any  ^T^TorvS   tC & very  ������ not a V^^������^������, ttil(i Thibet creeks, but  and ^P^i'^K^t and no doubi.  neaSe Tli        0    "ill bd Uken out ot  I 'tiS       'Suvoing out as vvelUs  if- .V" V   v��������� other paving cret-Ia have  kS   .   n- VtSJniot"IB tributaries in .conse-  nr^tp ,WP������w r'  o.   d lb t g0y ui pay-,  ",S- w t abon? 200 animals, are packmg  comprising ab''������-        y      good rau, fttid  aAtim^ cents fi3bt,b������t tbey cannot keep  charge 4j. ������. '=��������� "J ������ n b������an3 and bacon  die markets������pp^ utb  aro wry hC'\a������-* " ���������, fl.0Ui Victoria. Flour  ticks ������������ belf * Se,Tbeforo it reaches  is bough up by J>������% aWaiting the au-  hCie,- ^e^vSanc t������iL,bl������l nothing has  r-wal m the mwhb! j reabouts Bince they  been heard of tlie'i wi wUl  passed the Bkeen^ ��������������� WU1 no doubt  hfttevd    otfand freight   Severa  traders here are ^^Smtan, wolt  in by Indians    One ^ dto.ooot  knows on Uie ^yy^rly all the pack am-  geese, laa W^������I^e ttSle. and ^iU no  Sub,  mo������opo)Use������ *e^ r whw,e  d0Ubt f WeroAg Iritt* Colun.bia urd  Pi.BWGior s. ~Barker vil le Wesi ey an . Church;  was crowded last Sunday ev������ning. on the bo> . :  casion of the resumption of'regular serviced  by the newf l\ inisler. Rev. Mr Thornpabm  The-rev. jrentleraan preached an excellent  sermon; and We have no doubt) the statement  made by-ihe preacher in the course of a fewf  personal remark* after bis discourse-���������that  being the only Protestant missionary here, he .  would consider that ho. belonged not'merely  to one but to all Protestant denominations���������  will have tbe effect of drawing to his church  those belonging to other Christian ��������� churched  riot represented in "Cariboo by a pastor. Its,  future, divine service will be "regularly con-,  ducted by Rev. Mr Thompson in the Cambrian  Hal), Lightning creek,-every Sunday mom*  i:ig, and at Barkerville in the evening.  Lightning Grebe Items.���������On Sunday evening last R.ev. Mr Thompson preached his flrsft ���������  sermon in Cariboo in the. Cambrian Hall*  The place was filled by a large aud attentive*  congregation. After tbe service, tb<v rev. gentle mi!u made some very appropriate remarks  on the occasion, expressing the hope.tbat  both preacher and hearer might prove a help*  to each other in-the future,���������"���������Mr J. Kdwarda.  ami wife  arrived here on Monday .last. ������  Three more saloons are in course of erection,,.  ond Mr John Monro has laid the foundation,  for ji large dwelling-house. \  FtRK.-��������� About half-past 1 o'clock this morn- ���������  ing the roof of Messrs. Co hen. & .llplfinan'a  store w&s discovered to be on fire. The alarm-;  was given and tbe Fire Brigade were speedily:  on mmd in answer to tbe summons.:    The-  fire was extinguished before much dam ago  was done to the premises or.atcolc.   Captain  Byi'nes it)sp.ected the premises afterwards*  an d f ou n d that -the jire had b ee r i caused b y  ,.the 10wer stove piping, having'��������� -��������� snuk d0wa  about 5 iuches from the roof cap or thimble*  BKRKKtETi September, IS 69.--Geutlemea,  I feel it a duty I owe to; you to, express my  gratitude for the great benefit'I have derivei..  by taking :* IS or ton 'a Camomile Pills.'   I applied to your agent, Mi*.Bellt Berkeley, for  tbe above-nkmed Fills, for wind in the stomach, from whi ch I suffered excruciating pal ?s  for a length of time, having tiled nearly;  every rem e Ay p ves erihed; b n t with oat cleric  ing any .benefit at all.    After taking two  bottles of your valuable Fills, I was quite?  restored to my usual state 0 f hen 1 th.   Pleas'o  giva tbis publicity for the benefit of thoao  who may be thus afflicted.���������I am. sir, truly  yours, Bbnuy - Ajxpass.���������To 4Iw Pvuprwto*^  .  ,  ������������������.:��������� ... :.  -.o...  ���������:- ������������������  i.  ��������� '  ���������  wr..'.. ry  "vi  Public Notice  NOTICE IS. HEREBY GIVEN THATTHE  ''-ioWowmgy.ntQ ibe -Bpandariea-of the  Xsitnd Recording Districts urthe Province bf  ^British Columbia:'   y'A  y, VICTORIA DISTRICT.  The,Land Eecordiog District of Victoria  tshall comprise those tracts of land other than  ;aad except land included within the Municipal Boundaries of tbe City of Victoria, and  "being witbin tbe Districts ot Victoria. Lake,  >-orth Saajiicb. South. Saanieh, J^etcbosfn,  JEsquimalt, Sooke, and Highland, as deOned  on tbe Official Ma pa ot those districts now de-  Official  castle,' < Maude/ * Winchelsea/ ' Ballinac,'  /La&qneii/ ���������Jedidish? 'ierviij. 'Jenkins,5  ���������Sangster,' '.EornbyZ-aad>.Denman/ and all  smaller islands included within the said  boundaries. *  ���������������/4A<* *������*omuv ym<s,iui  map.   ioyo," .-* LiiWO i/19*  ���������tricf ami North Saanich, 1859/ 'South Saan-  3ch Official Map, IS;39/ ' Metchosm District  Official Map, 1858/ *������?qmmait District Official Map, 1858/ ' Sooke District Official Map,  1858/ and ' Higblaud  District Official Map.)  1862/. together with all landsVidt included]  within tbe boundaries of any other Laad Ke  ���������cording District ia the Province."  i. ���������  COWiCHAN DISTMOT..  The it an d Record ing District of Umwau  -��������� *hall commence at Sawmill Bay, on the East  ���������Coast of Vancouver Island! at the-South'-east  corner of Section .1, Range 9. Sbawnigan Dis-  irict; thence running true West 15 miles and  16 chains; thence true "North 18| tnileB, more  or legs, to the boundary line of Nanaimo District as defined by the. *? Act to Amend the  Schedule of ] tiife Constitution  Act, -1874.$"  thence totlo^og said District; Boundary Line  as above defined 7| miles more or. less;  Eastward to the; Coast at Stuart Channel;.  ;  "Ihence runniag in a North-easterly direction]  ib Reef Point;on Thetis:���������'Island; thence to)  Pilley Point, fbetis Island; thence to Tongue  Point on: Galiano Island ; thence to a point  -on the 45th parallel of north latitude in the  middle of the channel which separates the  Continent^frorn Vancouver Island ;  thepce  following the International Boundary Line to  ���������41 no\nim*flwnJ Koiw.n������������ fp..~.. ���������������>������-   - ~-  NEW WESTMINSTER DISTRICT.  The Land Recording District of New Westminster shall be bounded on the Sontb by  the Southern Boundary of the Province (tbe  49tb Parallel of North. Latitude) to a point  about 65 miles East from tbe shore of ihe  Gulf of Georgia, said point being tbe South-  Eastern corner of New Westminster District,  and the South-Western corner of tbe Yale  [District; on the East by a line {being also  ' tbe Western boundary of tbe Yale District)  running North from the said South-Eastern  corner, crossing* Fraser River about 8 miles  above tbe mouth of Harrison River, to a distance of about 45 miles, and ibence North-  West by North about 50 miles, nt an average  distance of about 10 miles East from the general course of the Douglas Portage, to the  North-Eastern corner of,, said \IJisiricti;which  is al3o the North-Western cornerof Yale Dis*  trict; on the North by^a'iine;(beingialsp the  Soi11hera boundary. in ��������� part of; the Liilobet  District), thence running West;, from\;said last  named corner, crossing; .Liiiooet Lake at a  poi n t about eq u i-d istant fyo meither end, and  touching tbe extreme Northern point'of(JetA  vis Inlet (wbicb 13 - tbe /SoIJ^b'KWoi/'i;pWr.f;'of.,  Lillooet District) thence to Forbes Bay/'on  the shore of Desolation: Sou od ; and'on the  West, by a line running lb rough 'theimfddle  Of Homfray Channel to ;Sarab Point; and  thence in a^traight 1 in6;Solitb*?rl.v tb;tli^jtbosfe  Westerly point of Savary Wahd'fttblnce to  mid-channelof Gulf of "Geo nr r af theoce to  toral District, being also the North-Easfc cor- of N>rih Xatftade ��������� ^  ner of New Westminster District; thence fo I- Meridian of West Lon *i a,      ^ toe 12k  lowing tbe Northern and Extern boundaries by  \he 60th Parallel g ' 0ntf,eNoris  of tbe Yale Land Recording Division to the  Alaska, a Territory of''th n* the w������f b7  point of commencement                                -America .* i -- uPited.States &  DISTRICT   OP   YALE   (OSOOYOOS  DIVISION).   :  The Osooyooa Land Recording District  shall be bounded on the South by the 49tb  Parallel, commencing ac a point (being also  the Soutb-East corner of the Yale Land Re-  cordin g Di vision) j then ce ru n ning West^ to  tbe Western boundary of Kootenay District;  thence running\Northward along . the;said  Wes 1 em boundary to the; Soutb-East corner  of the Kamloops Land Recording Division ���������  1 hence following the Southern and Eastern  boundaries of said Land Recording Division,  10 the South-West*^ corner of tbe said Kamloops Land Recording Dirision ;; thence, due  South Klong the boundary of the Yale Land  Recording Division, to point ofi commencement.   ��������� .y y���������'������������������:"���������"���������-. '. '���������������������������:'  '������������������-;  ft6j Pn R(>BERT BEAVEN  Chief Commissioner Lands Ik,  Lands and Works Office 0rks'  Victoria,. July 18th, 1874    '   ~ "* Be5  PUBLICIOTICI:  the.centre of Sabine channel:to m boundary  of Nanaimo Land Recordino- District foilo\r-  iiiff through .the centre'of said ichannWin: a  point opposite Point Upwoodv Tex^a^lftnd-  thence following the mid-cbannel of the Strait  of Georgia to.the Nortb^stern corner or  Cpv.ichan District; {thence'.Weston the49tb  Para lei to point of cornmfetnent^hnd shall  mchuiA ���������thp    fnii/\nr;n������    r^\     ������������������,������������������������������������������������������������������������- ���������  ���������  ;   ^;poinrmidsvatbetw^T,^    .    ^^lahd. and Fairfax Point ������It M^r^y I^Vfe^^  Island;; thence'in a Westerly direction tb Ibe . ttZtf>1*^'&  ^o,t northerly; point, of Piera Island .thence .Sy!^    * ^ W^d/- texada/  IVesterlr to H������>r������h Pr.inf ������K������ W.C;^��������� fit^:^. ��������� "aW*    , ^eJ!?n:.. Qw&WXA ^PearSo.n/  Westerly to Hatch Point, Shawrnigan District:  thence Southerly, following the coast line to  ���������ibe point of commencement; and shall include-those tracts of land comprised witbin  <Jt)wicban. Quamicban, Somenos. Comiaken,  -Sbawmgan, and Cbemanis, as defined  on the  Official Maps.of those Districts now doriositfri   nrcwun-n >������w.u  "��������� ;  1a the Land Office, Victoria, an<l wbich mapt DlblRICT ��������� MLE (T?ALB DIVISION),  aredesienated resnectivpi. 'Cowichan Dis- v The Yale Land Records Division sh*  be bounded on the West hy% I'nee^meni  fen.ce/  ������ Woo I bridge/ - Gambler/ beats'  and   Parage, and all other small Islands not  enumerated within said boundaries ���������      > ������  re designated respect ively ' Cowicb;  4rict/ * Qu am ich an District/: ��������� Somenos Dis-  .trict/ 'Comiaken District/ 'Sbawnigan Dis-  ���������trict/ and * Cbemanis District/ on tbe Official  Plans/ together with the Islands of 'Galiano/  ������Thetis// Kuper/.' Reid/ * Hail/ '.Secretary/  J Narrow/   l Parker/   ' Prevo3t/   * Gossip/  **Mayne/- 'Samuel/   'Saturna/   'Pender/  i Moresby/ {' Portland/ ��������� Turabo/ and shall  Include, all   other  Islands not enumerated  within tbe said boundaries, except Salt Spring  LILLOOET DISTRICT."  The Land Recording District of Lillooet  shall be bounded on tbe East by alios (being  also tbe Western boundary, in part, of the  Kootenay   District)   commencing  from, tbe  North-Eastern;corner of Yale Electoral District; thence following a course parallel to  tbe general course of tbe Columbia River and  about ten miles distant therefrom. 50 miles.  to a point on.the 52d Parallel of North Lali j  tude, w h ich 13 ihe N'oithr Eastern corner of j  said Lillooet District, and tbe South-Eastern  corner of Cariboo District:' on the N������������r!b by  tbe said 52d Parallel (being also'he SomDern  boundary of Cariboo" District) ending tbe  Cariboo Road at tbe 133th mile post, for a  distance of about 220 miles. Jo a point on the  124lh Meridian, which i* ibe .Wih-Western  corner of said Lillooet District, iiiid tbe South  Western corner of Cariboo District:  an the  West by the said 124th Meridian, a distance  of about 125 miles, to the point where' tbe  said  Meridian, intersects the Northern bcun-  b'ary  of New Westminster District, at the  Northern extremity of Jervis Inlet : en the  South by tbe Northern boundary ������������r   New  Westminster District, to  tbe North Eastern  corner of said District (which is also the  North-Western corner of Yale Electoral District) and thence by the Nor Iutu boundary,  before described, of said Yale !'>ofi>rit Di*  trict, to ibe South-Eastern corner of said Lillooet District, which is also the NorUi-Eastern  cornet of Yale Elect oral: District:  igpTICS IS HHREBV Crlto THAT dm  l\ Grants will be-l^aod to ihe unrformfuilonfJ  Mining Gwnpaftk'3 for I Ami claimed by Uieio in ac.  c<fr<I������ace with " The--(JmM Mining AraeQfimcnt An  18T^������ SIXTY (60) PAYS from tho date titrisor��������� S  vWei 00 obj<������tk'0 t? Itklpid against the. issalaeor^a  mj'4 Worfcf before the explrailvn of iiu sM sixi������-  4������y������, viz.:��������� ���������  The Black .lack wl Burns Company, bill claim.  The MyrthCiitnpoiy.-  TbttlHJiarutGmipiny. ^  Tti������ Sin ������lu t������ Cn������p^by.  The Al< n Qm&\av.y:  The McL'rvn Ornjunr.  Tti** V*t**t Kiwe tVwjMoy  The t?Dion C������imp������ny.  Tbe IiuivjJ������*nUni Cumpiny.  Tt������e. i.������*������uwoud Ooip.acy.  pf,\tw of th** miniDg ground cbiiranrt by the abf.to  0>nt|>inl������'S ceti be s-^*n ai the office ef tbo Govrrc.  ment 'Agent, C-.riboo, for Sixty days from tha izio  . KOBKRT BKAVKX.  Oi I ef Commissi oner 01* Lands a.n.l Work3.  L^n^������ani? tVorks ti.^^run'nt,  Viciurii, July 30tb, 1571 hu9  SALT SPRING ISLAND DISTRICT.  Tbe Land Recording District of Salt Spring  ���������Rhall comprise all tbe land on Salt Spring  Island.  NANAIMO DISTRICT.  The Land Recording District of Nanaimo  shall join the Cowichan Disirict to tbe North,  ���������commencing'at the point at which the Na  naimo Electoral District boundary line strikes  Stuart channel: thence Westerly about 7|  wiles to the Northwest boundary of Cnwicban  District; thence in a Northwesterly direction  to the gumniit of Mount Moriarty ; thence in  a direct lino to the summit of Mount Mark :  thence in a direct line to the summit of  Mount Heecber;  thence in a direct line to  Hugged Peak ; thence Easterly to ICiiknsban - S(ll, tJ?l({e to its I  Point on the East Coast of Vancouver Island;! thence due North to Round Lake ; thence on  thence Southerly, following tbe Coast line! tbe South by a line running due East to the  down   to Cape Lazo;  thence In a South-(Eastern boundary of Yale Electoral District  ' .easterly'rttw������A������nn *~ it.- being also'the Wea***.* >~  also he Sou.h-E^rn coroer of-Ne# We t������  Rortd about 45 miles; tbence North: about  boutb.?HSterly direction, runni g Sen*  oful,onlfTiI&^VorrfedS  in a Southerly .lirection alon* (be trail 11 f  DKmCT o,^mwre  A'S:1aitS!i,'l������*  running due Eim to ii,^ \yc>} inncoton,  agan Lake ; TAcZtV^^ ������^  rum,me KorHiw������i-<l !,, ,,"' b-v R Kw  em shore oo L" r������fW ****&*  thence due nA., .,"*i*n [J?ke to ������" head :  ;��������� DKTRIGt OF KOOTPNiy  toraia���������aLiiiSD  ";;?;tAr%nez  Eastern enmai ^x V UCl!' "������   f(1  ',)fi.'^onh  River, and ^S^,,rsr 0f th������ Columbia  * "TiirthW distance of     '"'"i 10 mi!es-* r-  North-Easi of'the ������ '*Sj abm,t -.������.-' ">"<*  theiicebythoJISih^   ->-   C'unnmen!>  an<l  the Ease by the Siljrf lft ,hlV Province;.on  Province : ' and o     ''!'������'" ,!������'"������l'"-y of the  Parallel, ^ SouttSrit��������� " "' by ,h^ ���������l9,b  ���������vince.      ,   O0Ul0trn boundary ol the l'ro-  DISTRICT^F CARIBOO.  '& PERKINS'  (Me b.r*t v4  WORCESTERSHIRE   SAUCE  Doolare<ll*yGonnojFscur<sobo  THE  ONliT   GOOD SAUCE.  Cauuon against Fraud.���������The Miccf.-s.-i r>r.iuj������  most ilelujjou? and ;������nrlvhlle������V ContHnuiu Uawwi-  G&mm certain *le# lers 16 .a p'ply t b ������*' ii a m <������ o f .* ��������� Worn������.  teMb������r������ i?a������c^;* ;o thrir own folVHor co������ij������oinn's tta'-  public |������. hereby, ib formed ItoauWWij vvavMipj.  r'u^'^N'iB*o������tn^',;Tsio������������������;"; . ':���������*-������������������".  A.BK; rOR  LEA  & PEEEIKS*   SAUC3  an |f i o j**?* i iin t; t hpj r a am e'a a ro u pun ihe inum*  LA BKLS/������Tltri������KR . affd B������TTf K.  .Sum .eol i -In* l*ttH������f jjtt m'������rk**.i f h av I air her it snpplH  ������*. *l -* a. * pu rMu s -BTiarc^ttTS li I r������ -So u c t- ji pon UiV * rip..  p?-r tin i libt;l,������ of;w|j icl11 Iu1* n.tmW ������f fet* ������n ������t TtTriita  n ;i ^* i������ .fc<i.������ n forged ���������. t;; au rf r. # i v������������ im r.re'r i ha 11 fo'f  bav f tutfttjttiM tb������j r c������rrwpftn'<I<-n is wltii, pmrtM  nUAritfjr t������ talc i������ i H^lnii t pWtc^'ilini;.* ;Riffijnst MA>t!-  FAcft,T s krs n h tl VK.vuoR j? <> l s ������ ch ��������� i> r ."a tt r ol tier imi la*  tions Uy ivhichtheiiriub t"ma j- heini'nnljcJ;   ��������� .  Ask for LEA fe KKRRINS' Sauce- and see  Kamo oa Wrapper, Label, Bottle, and  ; :S topper, yy    ���������;������������������..-  Whnlwak an<t far"'#xp*ilby the proprie.tom, Wor.  gpsU-t���������; Cpm������i;k Bl.ick%*������.���������)I, "I>������o��������� l������u, i-c.-, &o;; ������a������l  by Cnwrsan*! OUmco universally.  .    y;  ������������terly direction Tc   he centre of C^'  Channel; thence fo!lovine the cenhl % ^  channel to a point oppose !���������"{'ALA!  being also the Western h#mr������7 r .. ���������  ^y District: ft ?^[ ofr K<><^-  boundary of 'Koo <������fl       '-'?* tbe Wwfej'n  ������n <k������ XT."! f^/ilpctorol District* *iw^-  tracts of land included wlthta xtJ? ?e  Mountain, fedar, and Cranberry fc^  defined on the Official Alani of L��������� J-    . 4S  and which .J&U, are designated respectIwi.  ���������Nanaimo District Official Jtf.in 'iSio ������*������' ,y  tain District Official Map 1853 <" Lh,   r'  , thence in n direct line  . miles, to a point on. tho North  Thompson River (Meridian Rend) about 15  miles North of Kamloops ; thence in a direct  line about 15 miles North of Kamloops;  thence in a direct line nboti.f-50 lines to die  I mile post on tho m...���������-      ��������� -.om Yale to  '������ry of Lillooet Dl-tpi   ,      ' "y-rn houn  >>Y the before die"Ibe \X A Bml*-������������������<  Kootenay DisS    y  ' "'"lary. in p,���������-t, of  Meridian^ ft \ 0������'    ������ ^ by the 118th  V>fer��������� boniul u^Tn f ' ft-' -,M"''e hIw ,h������  l-'tcl) to the sl,milSt of '. r> ,KwM������MJ' Dla-  and thence No,- ��������� i,r        ,,t������cky M^UnM,  Rocky.Monnta ns7, d ''.^ "������������������������������l*f H"  of West L. ���������,r(i  (V.n'b.v������K, I20th Meridian  the iVovineef;,'   '-������"'���������'���������" bonndarr of  Parallel  of. C   " ,  ������ forth by tho 60tb  boundary of the Provll.M  C' ^������"!'���������������  ibe Lnnd Uitton  ARE prepared to fumis* Lumher nt their, MM*  William Creek, or deliver It to ordftr.  LUMBER DELIVERED ON LIGHTNING  CREEK.  Raying a Plaining Machine in operation they *  also furnish' y.  DRESSED: tyUUBEXBA  Van  Volkenburgh & Oo.  BARKERVILtEaAND  I LIGHTING CMEKy  A SUPPLY OF TH0  Je20 . Always <ra hand.  ThFcTr,-V--,-������"' WS8UR.  Re KimMI.Estate.  XTOTICB ISHERBBV GIVEN. THAT ALT/  -L"    Accounts rluo to th������ ubove Estaio must u  ..������. . m i} u ne cor di Off D i s (.  be bounded on tbo South by ItwOGth  settled for tb with.  lrurullel     BarteegrfiH torn mt W������.  GEO. BYRNES,  Deputy AOaji������Ulwto*'  plllp  ���������  m  \yx


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