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 /-.  S-  TOl 15.  iilli UA1UOVV P^*yy?y\to* from white w trow^a������a; the^atf er^  published -every Sittirdajr by.  ROBERT    II :^^^'%^/^ft;  Subscription. ���������  -\'*0-Gi^j^W������&"-  HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, &c.  RATES OF ApV&^TSJm/A A:A  fwime Mi*w'iw������w������i5i flMtiWfttoa#v>  ��������� ���������������      oooinoatb, ;���������;;���������  I  -     9  ������Agoats toy the ^qatte^^BEf^  A*  V*o Winfcl* ���������     .->  Qtioioolm^ftth, .y  Sn4* Creek,    ��������� ;  Clinton,    ���������  ?*!*,      *      *  51^* Westmi������������t������)������  Victor!*,   ���������   -.,������������������  S Mil & Co.,    .  G Struct,      ���������   -. ���������  ���������.-."':.'-���������'���������' ���������' A B^Mcfime*.;  BaniardV Express  ,   , ^m^^Kxprcsa  /.--'..- -do   A'"-'-, do :,.-.  jobn MuTr.iyyy  y^.^.MrW^t^y  - ���������'' -.!..'��������� -Safi^BCfijico  ��������� A - ��������� '���������'���������: 8������������ FraWelM  30 Owftbitl , 1/mdoa. K.CI  j whites dampness.it '^r^ptiSlMVw^*ot  tho.aitro*glyeer.i^e has; exyd������4, or. being  (forced oat Tbese edoditions tire not likely  to occnr in every, day ase of tbe powder.  ���������Att will be seen from the foregoing, tfa dair*  ger of igobrattt pernor** experimenting witb  oUry^giycerine and -IU eompoudds, -Toshow  that_,a,;ieoactis������lon 'will; opt explode ..Giant;  Powder, la '.'England, very recently, a jbpz of  the.-, .powder' was put, ������e the buffer of a car,  which was allowed to ran down A grade and  collide -with Mother violently- /emRabirig/ tip  bolli cars, but ob explosion 100k' -place.���������.  [ItonfngSnd:^ -y-y-  "?y"-  THS CARIBOO SENTINEL  Car Js, Circulars, Pouters and Pro^aimnea for  (toll* *nd Theatrical Erifei^^  jpjnkecttted with n������������ti������e^and4iep^h^pf;  ' Terras moflerffre^.y/ y ������| ��������� A  GIANT ^WTOTO?  ���������:^y-f  ^viMeBrewe%  ���������^ttCELLXNEOTTS. '���������'  ,TM.    .���������J������..<|.  V^^^)ik!^Di^^ &��������� Cfe;,:  QKnl Powder, formed"jpf^l^^!|>f������4^-^  wA\ known in ibe E^ ������**! fc������������;^**^$  ]*>*- qtiantilieH in CaUfcmie flnee 1868,������W  in Rirope aince 1867.;  N*'.le^M^'hiW  w,r ������Htofc^  n������v.r h*������ exploded wheti 00: hla������^ w������*  C;vtr2#:v)i]e to the prtwder. -The.AiwtHiio  f i w-rnrobnt Inking JlrffpiroWW  piiitaUiin on r*iilroftda o^StfgiirJstafwjNj*  v.wd the laWilthavi^  w i������ ;pi*rf������Hsiir ������afe������ There <wre: ft*e factor!������*  <*f it in Europe, one In San Fraiiclace, ati^ooe;  in Xe.w Jersey. Tfes eonsumptloiQ ie frqw*  Uoii.eoo to 2������000,00������ pbnndrper jteVeaf-  ritMl about In every possible ir*j* rAl\y/ify  explosions rwMeh ha?e oeenited ttt-^tea Franr  cisco were cause?!yhy ��������� iUro-gIye^w������,yo<5i  powder. At the< only esptoaion ever ������centring here, at the Giant Pawder Gqmp^ayjs  Works, in 1669, whAulwiiftfw^y^i^fW^  vsp there were 5000 pottods of (^a,nt^owder  wlihlu thirty feet of ihe nUro-glycerltie, which  ww 'unharmed. The conenssiofe bteif^open  the boxes, but did not explode: ihorpewd^  Tho nit ro-glycerine was left under w&tet at  thit time, whicis cs������se3^'ttoifeiplobiw'W  epokon of above. Very pecebtly, whea trie  8*>w? Meteor burned up on take M!c1fi$&  there wero 6k0CO pnnhdn of Giant Powder  ^abonrd, which all burned up. wt������b theientlte  targo, without any ������xpl9������ion whatever. Ber**  ere twi simple cases illustrating that It1 will  tiot. explode .by ordinary eoflCto������ion������ or by  thn aclion of heat.  In the matter of heat it If peculiar. It can  h<* burnt, If * Hm.iU particle of tho powder  Js put on a bar of Iron, on������ end of which ,1s  tn a Sre and red hot, the fed fti'd will burn it.  t^e cold end has no effect} :bnt m the part  whore there is a dntH**t there will be seeini-  exploaiitn or detonation once perhaps in  thirty or fiw^'times' In trying ir, but not utti-  formly^ Put thb in a gm ,pip������ under' sitnlfor  ^ndttioni witf'WyrUi ^o^^e������^^e-  lug conBoedi BnCnntesa thei^fipaieat.is  *������ch aa to restrain the gases It will burn tip-  *n tin .vessels or woodsn boke?) the?e Is no  ������xplo^on?.but In a qniok^ilver flt|8k, closed  ^Rhl, it woAld btitst. ; Tfcie large caps in^ie  wthe purpose are tbe only tbingaJAat Will  e^bdelt. tf&ain&U^  ia placed onihard aiiisianee and;gronnd up  *mZ by: mbhlng with a Isnife by mmn flj^..  andlihmstntek*itwiit tiEpladft.   Sntitenit  Spain.���������Tl3e..Cp!istituilonar Bill for:Spain  'is .''unexpectedly' good.   It is the American  system" simply^ with' three changes; two of  them good and one had,   TheJPresident-caiw  not be re-elected,���������* and consequently is under  every 'temptation to' rule In his own interest;  -,liiiI he can suspend tb������ go a ran tees of liberty  when needful, Vend the fa:, absolute over all  means of communication.   If ihe Constituent  ComnsUtee; or rather-Caste!ar.bad added that  none-.biii; ibe president conld, appoint or ire  move a Judge, the .Constitution wbull have  been excellent.   Every mun io Spain, is to be  d, i I led as a miliiJamais, but the President-"con X  Ijrole the regular army, aud with;Gongrfcw  'disposes of all direct taxation.  'Cuba and tho  f hilippiiie;;lslands are !o;W-governed as tet  'HargalPs snbtirdinates, who has been id vested  by the Cortes with[-'dictatorial powers:yAn-  rich, Minister of "Marine, a yoitng officer .ditj-  gent in. suppressing the Admiralty. Maison-  ave, -Foreign Affairs, is a young:: barrister  through whom Castelar will act. Gil Berges,  ���������J^iiee.' k a barrister ef 8������rsgoksa, strongly  Conservative. Qonzales, War, was an jnsur;  gent of 1866, a great favorite.of Prim, who  tnade him Governor/of Saragowfi,. where he  djipfei^ M$ 1$$: and 'prudeuce; he Is  ready to put down the Intraiisigentea,if needful. Costales, Public Works, Is a physician.  and Spain is not building much just now.  Siner, Colonies -Is supposed to have been  0ducted to conciiiste theainireligions party,  being a manwc W tbat bead ; and Carvaja!,  Finance, is ������n ex-journalist of Malaga, where  he ucqnired, however, considerable business  powers,'-''������������������'_/ a '"'"'���������' ''"'"'' - '-"-���������'   ryy  X Fit iM^/M i^i^y*&t  411,.,.   T������.e first ha', tbe mo8t br������m force end  Ifiiellectual   powers.    A stncny   ***  amiHbm^andeXtremepu^c^^,af^  [SrjCCESSOOS TO N, CUNIOJ y-  B������������g Vo tnfWm ttinti Weeds ebd thV������'p^bli< tliat'tb*  b������v<5 t������itfii;U!6 'well knows, prjintaes ;In ��������� BiirkcrVilK'  ������M>lun^ fav(*rdh.trWiDjuided-.Wbliii'i& (bs:.6ccupal^������'  of Mr n. oooio.; ,; ....,:... y-.   .;;���������;:.-;"; -.-;���������,. ���������;.";..  The Celebrated XXX-Ale  WH! be';mabufhcture<t and soWJby.WbpIcside und'IU  tail in its parity, and .  "     1 ,;  BARKERVILLE.    R! GHf lEL-a  ^-A������|>���������  Wi;.1  A SUPPLY Ot TIfH  ^c������  The b&st Lienors&Cigar  <oaaUntlykcptou h;ind.j  Tlie Lodgiaig Department  will bo always curcfally attended to, sadtbs.bfst.  !l<jd������' aadV accoaima.Liiioa . pn������vMed for .their cus  tomcre-  -������������������ -'A '���������'��������� v ' ���������"'��������� ' "..    : Ai/:Ai4M .-  Antelope  ALWAYS OK HAKD.  Lumber 1 rlaumbftif i  "i  SKG TO ANNOUNCE THATTHhTHA7ERKM0VFP  ,>v:;tii th.: mtfoa* P'������to������s^ro.ravftKk-������^^^\i������  St, Charge SaiuoD, where they viUbo at all times  propAred to furDisb., ....-/;.������������������',;���������;-.��������� .��������� V      '   ;  yB OAR D    A N D    M Bi'LS,  OF   THE   BEST   QUALITY.  Tlie   BAR Si fiirntsfied witb tbeAtek% WINES,  LIQUORS and CIGARJ5.        ^ y  Board^ -   $3i:per W^i  : 4 BR[;ore^i?to.ftiraisb Lumber at-itbei^i?^;  :j\���������:;wwiani'^*lt,.or'dctty������.lt\to otd������. ._ yyy  A:&^;&?&^  ^Isoiftirnteb :-. ������'...'. - y-v- ���������;.���������'/:/��������� yy '������������������,.,yiy*'���������".'.:A   .  ��������� *-,i-.;, .^,..������������ V>?.-h>  ���������ii rat&factory.tesss;-;  0 8)ywA^^:-p]i/^e������lti /'la :gsfa&iti$y *e������*rdw*  fitt but they  uot'mucb:giT������������,������������*w������d'  on Urn  Road Exteiiswn  ���������������-*wriPA8 b? a Proclaoiatioo. .dated,4th Marcb,  Districts, viz.t;;- ^- y  beCariboo Distriet. .. ,.*     "'    A  be Lillooet Road District. .. ;-  ���������The Yak* Bond DHlriet.   . t .. "/  The K'������otcii������y R"^d ^is^V���������*c^;#'"  ���������' --  The Kow Wustittioater Road Wstnct.  C'SH^*-=M''-  <������.f Division}*���������J. ;Uadi*yf.M<l; ��������� ������������������ -������ft  ,Bfe"II. -y Creek VM1wm*^*$*%,  Oukhi Creek mi Cttatoa Polling BW**"0, ?'  DWaUs-C.'Bootb. ������S?.. >   --V :~ ,y,; y ;���������:������ s;  ������ V, Edmowds, Esq.^ y^.,     v .���������!,-������������������,-;     ; y  :H'    '-:"/'^'^^W^^-v^y^  "������������������'w-., *j������������ *������;. ������*���������������*"*������������������'' m',a'.  MM  AV������<  JAMES  ������J}^W;  BarEervIlW  T  LIGHTNING   CREBX  SE..' X:R������.E;  AiUt  ���������������  Delivered to ^n������s'^tbe foliowias cmiljiag Cre������H t  butler* Ofunmngha%������teve������s, Baggs GKiloJi,  Grease Creek, May 10,1813.      ^__J*I���������~!L-  aHiibdsof Boaldngbbsincsa, ; '   y  ^tm *������* Bars ^robased en bee* .  xsr^-; i y. yw A^.^' - ^ Fraticigee, Kew  ^^^30daHabtico. ���������  "-/��������� y:  .Barkerviilo, Junes, 18?4  /?��������� w.  ,^...,y^vt--.:r-^y  THECARtBOaSENTINKL  2     SATURDAY. SEPT. 6, 1873.  THE RAILROAD.  THE DEBTS OF THE WORLD.  The Pall -Mall;: QaEette; says.: .It may be  useful at the ^ireeent moment* when onr attention ja being prominently directed, to our  ^h expenditure, toreflect on tbe burdens  under ;which ,, btber. nations are. p nb appily  groaning: Itls not atery easy matter.to dis-  ������bver;tbe"actnia1indebtedness ot either.Europe  The reply of Sir John A. Macdonald tp:Mr  Thompson's telegram asking tbe reason why %^ the world, but it is possible..to eiveau ap-  *u i * ������������������ ^������i,AP^irtn pift:������Apan proximate estimate of the total liabilities of  the construction of the Canadian Pacific Rail- ^0Dtinentav nations.    Tbeve ire seven Eu  road .was siot commenced, according to ^tbe  e tipul a tione of terms of' Un ion ,'on tte 21st' of  July, although savoring a little of^tbe humor-,  oua-ln the quietj way in whicb>tit insinuates  th at-on r worthy-represeiita tl ve is not f ul 1 y ac-  complisbed in(tbe. matter 6f railroad burl ding,  is just the answVfth'at'm^ been ex  pected. JWebaye before stated, and ..we. be-  Ilove;mo& people^ill'^gree jWitb :us, ihiat it  eannpt^be ebdwp ''flint tlie Dominion Govern-  ment has not,: ae far as possible, done all in  its power to -pinsb on the construction of the  railfoad;*: ^^Lrtbatipb surveys; and exbaustiyV  enrve^s!*?r iavolvrng a. large expenditure of  snoney; have been':carried on and appi*oach  fcqmp!etioo,;and Sir John says ." po time will  bo' 1 ost, bo'*-Boon. ��������� as- the; survey* is .6niabed; in  pus'ring'on the workVof. cpoBtructit)p.,|. -The  f arge. expend i tu re for purveys, al thou gb n o t  etrictly coming under the definition of a coh-  Btr net ion :w is' he vertKel ess" I hev first s tep to be  taken intbebuildtng of-;a rail road,; and the  ve vy j arge!r s\\ ms' of^ tn oney tb ds exp ended  toiigbt.to ba sufficient proof of the desire of  4he:FederalGovernment tbyfulfil; its pledge  as soon ;afll;posi?ible."iiJt.toist;be^snpposed  thattiief''Federaf ^Governmehti;;in binding  itself to commence^'the^construction' of^ the  -road ob tbe 20. b of July last saw no obstacles  iujbe way- ;������fj per feelingythe/me^eBsnvy^ktr  STahgemeh^ts,;andiiad no"idea that a large and  tofluehttal polideal party.:- wop 1 d iinpatriot-  ; tcall j sir i ye' its- ii tmost to pre ven t th e ,f������tfll���������-:  eiUbW't^the/buildiiig. of tbe^road'yvilh be  fntile; "as on; i ts completion d epends. the sta;  'iili^;the|existe  and were the Opposition  ���������" tbr^wing' the pftpejftf theirfirst  . step 6n taking office would be to ; pvish for-  r w%rA the construction; of a ;wor.kon which the  existence~bf the Confederacy depends,���������the  people would demand,\\yy A.. ;/./.XA- .���������>-     .*  v   Butsu^iy the-no^ <be  actual constnvctioQ of this rread. should not  cause, the depression which is said to exist on  tbe Island, an^^wbicb^ a  rJe^r people on the mainland. Is tbe building  of tfcia road the,sole means by which the  progress of British Columbia can be secured ?  If suclirbe the esse* we fear the "future of tbe  ���������oountry i8'not'very promising. A people who  hav0;large snurces of wea^ com  jnftud^forests, of unequalled timber, rich  miuen^ of-coal J7Tiron, = gold arid silver,: and  ine^ttsuBtible fisberies,-Tand -show - so little  ^disposition, to turn"those, riches to account,  ���������to help tbemselvt8-~wiU never build up a  ? prdsperbus"conntr7. . We may say that nearly,  all.tbo energy displayed in thisv Province has  ���������been displayed by*, foreigners ; ihe natural-  born citizen generally contents himself with  growling, and deploring tho falling-off of  trade caused chiefly by bis own want of enterpriser/The Victoria Colonist attributes  the.depre8eion in business on the Island to  *' unthrift, want' of enterprise and self-reliance, V In Cariboo we cannot accuse our-  eelves in this style, for our people have  always showa great industry, energy and  .eelfreliance.   Look at the.commencement of  ,4he results of energy and enterprise on Lightning Creek to-day, and there is still room for  ' the exercise of eimilnr enterprise in-many  ether, districts in Cariboo. Hundreds of  rthousands^f dollars are hoarded up in tbe  Banlifl at Victoria which might be profitably  used in developing  the  industries   of  the  ' country. Have the people who have prospered In British Columbia used, their wealth  ,-pf������8 a means ,0f adding.Jo the,proeperlty of tbe  <muntryiWhicb has enriched them?  ���������ropean nations whi ch .owe upwards of ������100,-  ^00,0^9 eacWyTbev are:/  . ...GreatBrltainfy,-  'France,-. c.yr'y.-,;.y  '.; Jtaiy.:.j ..:;..*;v. :���������,.'.���������.a .  Russia,   :> - ;C%  'fAiiatria^v Z-'.Z2.C  Spain,  Turkey,  ������790,000,000  .*748 000,000  , sfionno.ono  . 355,000,OW)  ,SU������.0U0.000  "261.000,000  124,000,000  'NEW ADVERTl'SBMENTS.  NOTICE.  COURT OF GENERAL ASSIZE Ap  ^1 Gaol Oellvery. *m\ of..Wst Prios, will be held at  A. S. BATES', the 1B0 mile House; on   r    y  THURSDAY, the 25th day of September next  By command.  Dated 16th August, 1873.;  JOHN ASH,  Provincial Secretary.  '���������'���������������������������������������������, :"���������: :    8<-6  FOB  ���������A:NEWTGPBUGOY,  NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.  :pAS8ENaB5BS by Barnard'8 down Express of  Sls4 Aiigtist:^S. Fox, D.; McDonald, and tbree  Chinamen; for Tale j  Mr ��������� 4e Nouvion, for  Quesnelmouth.       Jt .    y *.  .:  4433.000,000  ' :67,  'u  21,  II  Ifi,  .  II  M>  <l  :.   \Zrr  11  10,  II  ���������;. / ..."   iv-..    y      : -    .   ������2,644,���������00;000  *Tb!sJs the lowest 'estimate of the French  debt.y Some authorities place it at ������960,000,-  000. .     ��������� - r V  Thedebtof tbe German Empire amounts  to a:��������� Jijttle?' over/������25,000,p00y. The different  Statescomprisiner it. however,owe;in the aggregate about: 4713,000,000. ; The.liabilities  of ;tlie Empire. - may,,therefore.^be probably  Pttt'atlabbn.t42p8.0b0.600.. ,the debts ot the  Eighty most; heavjly. enetimbered Etiropeah  ic >u n triea' m ay i ri; th is way be raised to ab ou  ������3,152,000.000.   .- y*    'AAA  /^here^^are six other countries., in Europe,  which owe their creditors1 more than ������10,000.-  000; but less thaa ������100,000,000.   They are:  .Holland. :.       y ������80.000.000  ^Portugal,-. ;AAAyy:    A- /   ^OOO^OO .  ; Belgium^ .*. 27,000:000  Greece, .y ...,.,..   18,000.000  "A Rburrianiaiy A'Ai Ay. :.A. .y 131000.000  yv;Dentiiark(./. Xy7���������.;���������-. J2:000.000  "     "������������������ ' .    ,* .   y     ,   ������214.000.000  Tbese^six countrjes, then, adtd ������214.000.000  to -our WrevionaiotaUand raise the riaiional  liabilities of-Europe to ;������3,366,p,00;0p0. Il  must be remembered that we have excluded  from lhe^category all fractions of ii$ m\ 11 iqn,  in d' the d ebts o f: a ll States which owe 1 ess  tban������io;ooo;000y^^fy'   ^ -/-;  ��������� The debts of' the rest of the world are happily much .smaller tb an th ose'ot. Eitro pe, b u t  e ven tb ese a re' consider abl ei. "X Am er i ca o i  course heads the Hat. The different American  Statek owe; y.;Z,-: a A.:'..-  ^^UnUed.;State8i;v yy yyy  " ;Braz1l,  *;';  Canada.  .  Argentine Republic,  Venezuela,  Pmi,  ��������� '". ;'���������':     y     .'.:  Mexico,  ^ ���������..'".;   ���������:��������� X  2ry    ������o73.000,000.  ���������   Asia fallows America at n considerable distance. - Her chiel deb is are :.������  British India, ���������    ., ������103,000.000  Japan,   : .      ���������    27:000,000  Ay ��������� As. A    ;y������135.000.000  Our -diiferent Australian colonies owe in  the"agferegate^SjOOO^OO. The chiel African  debts are those of :  .Egypt.  ... ������23,000,000  -   Morocco,' ";���������; ^10,      '���������  , Capetown,   .   ���������     .    ..       ;. 1,  .   "  Ka.  :     ���������: ������39.000.000  The chief debts, then, in each ot tbe five  great nations of the world amount in the aggregate to the following aums ���������:  Europe. ������3.400.000,000  America, , :_ ,  578,000,000  Asia, . 135,     ������������������  Africa,        ���������  , 3!?,     "  Australasia, ������8,     ������  .... ������4,18^,000.000  If we only add fifteen Trillion pounds to  this total for omissions, we ore compelled to  conclude that tho nations of the world owe  their creditors ������4.200,000.000���������a sum which  at only 4i per cent, must'involve a charge of  one hundred and eighty-nine million pounds  a year. The figures are so stupendous that it  is hardly possible to comment on ihem. But  it is a suggestive circumstance that with perhaps three exceptions���������the United States,  Germany, and ourselves���������all these countries i  are st������ adily increasing their debts. The  greater portion of them have been created  within the.memory of ihe present generation ;  the gr*at majority of them are rising still with  a rapidity wbich is adding annually hundreds  of millions to tbe national liabilities of the  world. ��������� ;   Chinese Method of Mendingi Gr,A3s,���������^Fake  a piece offiintglass, beat it to a fine powder,  and grind it well with the whiteyof an egg.  and it joins tbe china without riviting, so that  no art can break It in the. same place.) You  ara to observe,.fcfyat..tlie com position is to be  groimd estremelyfiiie,   . .;;...  '"������������������-COMPLETE,- y  The flnesfc Buggy in; the. Upper Country.  .NINETY CHANCES, at $5 EACH. .*' '  The Raffle will take place it,tbe Brewery  Saloon,oBurkerviile,;on Saturday, Sept. 27th.  where Tickets can be procured. sr6  TERMINUS  STORjv,  a Quesnelmouth, B.G.,  .  Where you can get the.best bargains. In  groceries,  provisions; ;  ������������������yy     DRY   GOOOS,  HARDWARE,  And DRUGS;''*.  ��������� y������5@*  HAY and GRAIN sold-cheap for  cash. ;. . - -    .. -.-./'.=������������������';    ;;.    ...  .  rthe best brands, of, EXTRA FLOUR.  'LILLOOET BliANS. and pHlCACO BACON  kept constantly on hand at low rates. V ..  ^^*-Farm Produce sold on ()cmmi*si(fUy  se6 3m    . ���������..������������������'���������������������������   JAS.   REID.  2D  I have been instructed by Mr Wrn: Cameron.  Attorney for Mr John Bruce, to sell by Auction, at Barkoryille, :".--..'-.  ON MONDAY, SEPTEMHER  At Twelve o'clock, noon,  15.  1873,  Tbat well-known property in  Barkerville at  present occupied by ttio  Banirof British Columbia,  ���������Also, at same time<���������  By virtue of instruction* received .from the  Mortgagee,'! will sell the well-known  BURNS'   HAY RANCH  situated on Slough Creek.  seG  GEO. BYRNES,  Auctioneer.  From and after this date  and until further notice,  Passage to Yale by Barnard & Co.'s Express will  be <  Barkerville, July 26,1873.  JAS. A. NEWLAND,  Ag������'nt.  ju!2S  NOTICE.  m  DECEASED.  ON FRIDAY, THE]l2th DAY OF SK^.  teinber noxt, I will apply.. tp'H^ XL BsJt, Esq..  'Go!H Commissioner. Ac.y at Bichfi^t^Brltlsh Cr.lum.  bla, for the right ofi Recordd Fourteen 31-100 Acres  of Mining ground, RUuatod-.on the East branch of  Uttle Snowshoe Croek, tn tho District of ������*anboo.  :.        :r    WILLIAM IV $,  ' Saturday, August 23, 187a       ."            au23  Estate of Thbs;:J; Maiiife,  , DECKASED.-,a  \ LL     PERSONS , ;H A VINTG .   CLATMR  ���������tX" against the Estate of the late Ta Was J MA^irs,  of Soda Croi'k, dti rvqu "sted to send in trpr s ct tho  sAtne to the UDdp'n?rg������n;d,;aad air persona' Indebted to  the Estate are r.-quired to piy forthwith tlie amount  ot tbeir Indebted no*& to-y.-y -   ��������� . ..  JOHN F. HAWKS,      1 y-  ���������.  '   Or.    ������������������>     PRTRR C   DUNLEVV,-;,������������<������tori  Soda Creek, August 17, 1873.   ���������'��������� au23  1  ceased are requited topay^sucb aibt87;or"w.idVfri  pirucuiurs of su^h ejnitns, to Tli cod ore Liud hard and  A. Townsend, at VanWinkle, the Administrators of  ihe deceased, ;  THEODORB IJNDHARD,) Adminia-  VaaWinkle, Liffhtning CmfiL  mhLm02<ovT\i  Gruiibaum Bros.,  Barkerville & VanWinkle,  :":r A '���������', V,OFFER FOR SALE,  Tbeir entire and well-nssorled Block of  L.IQUpR S] CLOTHNG,  BOOTS AND SHOES  MIN I.N G   IMP LEWI E N T S,  ftS?*- Purtief������ intenrlios; to buy GooiU^t nny  description will-Oiid-it. to iheir ndvjuu������p" to  give us a call before purchasing elHtnylu'ivi.  ; myi7   y--.i :  r&?  )Q  IS THE PLACE TO  GOODS  Gheap for Cash.  Nails5 4 j^s. iforSi.  Sugar, 3* lbs. for $L  Iron, 20c to S5o per lb-  Machine Oil, $3 per gal.  Price's Candles, 25 lb. box  $11.  GOOD TOBACCO, 50 cente per lb.  J. B. PACE'S TOBACCO. $1 per-lb.  Pull assortment KIP. aud CALF. BOOTS, tf  to $9.  UOES, $1 60 each { SHOVELS, $2 each.::  SHIRTS. SI to $5 each.  CANADIAN CLOTH SUITS, $20 to $30.  BEST FLOUR. $5 pet aack,  Barkerville, August 2, 1873.  6U2  .^wy-  ENGLISH DRUGS  PATENT MEDICINES,  PROPRIETARY   ARTICLES,  Chevalier'sLife for tha Hair  COUGH LOZE^0ES,;&c., &o.     '  m* Teeth caxeftill^  . jm* Prescriptions ao4, Family Reetp* ***  oarately prepared; y ��������� - - ,���������    ;..a-  s^y*-,A''"A*<*-z/A#A*> *���������''   A-. ^xMSAttfi-'K .  mm&k  sail  mmmm  B^^^^^S^^^������i * '������***������������ ������. -���������.���������������* m    /^  rMmh, SBPT.;6./1873. :.  0\������KEOA. ���������'.'  CiMnelmonth.. Sept.- 4^;lV98ter-ai-t)������ed  thli motnin? witb -th" A<������mican: mail* ��������� and  ��������� y.n thousand do ara , in  treawre.���������  JStciw down with him. He repnrta the  fr in good condition. Tbe following is the  ���������ipiognews up to 25ih August, the dMe on  wbich'Sylvesterleli:. ���������- ,:  .'   \y y    .  LOSTCftBRK.  tW Discover) co. washed up over two hnn ���������  dred oimcesfor the week'ftiid looks welly ,; /  ^e miners '"are Reiiernny'doift^we!^^  i'ninpaey of miners are .running a dttQbfc  takihff water from Maaien cn������ek. to work tb*  booties. The miners, on Black, Jack gulch  in doing very-well. A/'iA  CLINTON.  Clinton, Sept 5���������In consequence of tbe  pwwleuceof tbe epizootic, repairers li ave  Un compelled to go on foot in repairing the  tel^rapii line, ,hence tbe delay in restoring  conmnnicatiun.  Clii<-f Juiticp.' Ifcgbkleft.here oo Wednesday noon for Barkerville. direct. Attorney-  G-neral Walkem leit at 1 p.m.to-day for same  pl-ice,  Frdin Doff and Canoe Creaks we learn that  Blithe���������'bbrtifi there are nek, though no fatal  cases are reported as y������L A'  ' '���������' -  CANADA. -  Ottawa.- Sept. 5���������Th* Royal*Commission  appointed to instigate llitt charge p������*pt>rn*d  axiiiiK .the Dominion Government by Mr  Huntingdon met to day. The proceeding*  ������'iv upt'iifd by the reading of tbe Royal  Commission.   Sir John A.  M������ednnald and  Al i'i's..trti'.gt'.rin'ami. Campbell were union*?  rtiiV:MU������lii'!ic������������. iil'ii Sir Franei- Hi'������ck.������. After  tii" reading <if ine Commission. Judge Day  HJin.-'O-^.'-l thm ihe InwsilgUlain had f������)>������������a������%'i,  kii>i (Ji<tfciw| ihat Mr HiimiogVlonbe called.  Of comae fui 'Uri not come*..'." ���������y'iiy'y/i. ;..'���������  '��������� X . UVITBDJ.STATES,-.:/��������� *'/" :  MilM'shurir, Krwu^ky, S"p>, t--OhrtWj������  fri>i.il (u-t... V\\u>vti d*������a!h& in town ihia  m; iii.iv; ui'veti* .mj o,id bei'ore. Most casna  pH-.r tr... .K.g,- it>| Thirty deaths here siike  'Jft;f.*dny h*i  \^������iiM-i.io.S������-p������. l.~Intrltl^nce received  ''���������<iiiy fr-'in  <h������y AMvumti Tmi*\\r?rt   N������������w  ' T������k,winliitngeroiiscouiij^leitifiy^hiindred  d.^iiir l'^iilitfmlvf oi>t������r.o^lasi: -Me^iftG9;?MO  w- ll j������x*-ciiu?tl as'to deceive even some o! the  IB-ttt/'Xpfft..    -      . :-:'. ������������������ :';-yy A .yy yy-'��������� A, Ar '������������������'v  f h:r a '*' ^ ���������l^Whlleihe late Miivor  JUlbhVicl, .wss ������������������dying,. **nU was brought  ne.wi.8t hint by Mary J,<ueHVad������a.������r one hnn-  or  av  ,       ."j  ������������������������ji  u.iijo   iniut" I'M- iij]g (hi  da-laud fifty thousand dull art', dain tge* r-  brp.ich.of promise .������f uirtrrbigMnd^tirdf  ������w obtained ..through her connk-t aWorder  mm his executor* |.q.. ahnw cause why the  trial of ihe case should not go on, X  te* York, August iM Jerry DeeryVa.'bit-'  'flw������pKri,w'a8 aliot,- oo.;Tliurdduy, by a Ui  w������ billmrrlist. r.It)w^^-n������������Kry^daHiia"liir  pjmantofasmnll debt,whinh. Was refuFed  ������ !;Jl-'n, ^4,iarre'.ensued. . Deerv bavinz  Miiofc bi������ debtor was shot at tbreeHiinea, aud  one of (he shntt ir������fti. ���������������������.������! :.. i.^y  '   ���������"���������* u.i.i������ nv  mice  '���������of ibe shots took effoct in him  h,,������dL k,Sepl^-UP t0 nottnto day one  ^.'���������"WA   five   hundred   dollar  Ti v I!vNuwYork-i,',i^(������������U'ort8moi.th  ������ h    Ll"*8 " 24,h ,,,,d 25tli:AiiK������3t.   ner  mllT" ���������W'*M w'������������r, nod the p������������-  f her rr"*'1 l0vaM������ then������-   S"^"1  ��������� h y rk wa,,l(,p af,������ -��������������������� atom;  '4i8. ������ carrled away ftom. other  B&rlfr.81* 4^Thia '������������l������lli������  W������H ' b wmJ lllt- ?hot '"'s^fe.'tl'w shot  taaioh hitt w,lln���������������������b������������>1y <JI������.-Tlio billiard  ������"5i.Sw, '"���������5- 'r-and G,irn,eti ���������<"��������� ������w  Th������ Pr  ���������?      tt;< October.  ^iTSKlf *���������" B"*1"* Sri������ Rail-  ��������������������� thsiriiS������ ���������'"JJ'/wtpf the forced bonds  *������y amlP'lny lWiI1 n������v^ *������ known, ns  WtS,^ wnw8aiin������ how many  CoVSiT1111?Wltl Pn>b^ly bo be  ^ LiwS ������ T blwdr������d thousand dol-  W������'by Trfit pun,bm; of ^rged lionda are  tt4 ������?l!llle*' 'who havo loaned  aoiUr.   nl^ a 111? rftte of 75:cenrs on the  ������������ica,        0l WlJ ^oiWMMl dollars by for-  *������otry-^W th? expulsion froiri.tlie  ^ttat^ ?JgStl^.i W2H.*ho fail to  London, Au* 29���������In tbe trial 'of^fiWhV  ^f"^ t0\day ������������lre numbers of wit:  nesses from Wapp,rg teatifled that the elalrai  ant was not Arthur Orton,,; Much excitement  was created in Court by thetestiniony of two  witnesses who swore that they had 4m Or-  i������L*5' r^3^0,tofsj1*^fa Atistralia,''ahdj  they Identified tbe claimant as the person wl������  went under the name of Castro, -yy -y -yi  Latest -advices from;. Fiji are to the effect  that a rebellion has broken; out, and that the  rebels have murdered a number o' the white  aetllers. ��������� : ��������� By2,:.../// /.,.,../,���������;_.;,=;y,;: ���������,  Paris, August 29-The1dlhister6f��������� tjieyln*  terior has sent circulars'fS^iPrpjf&tt'^tfiB.  Departments of France/directihVSemtb prohibit demonstrations on the 4ih of September;  the anniversary of the -prdcliimatio'a/of -the  Republic.'',_.. A" A ry: Ar/'Ayy^ -  Barcelona, August 31~lbis milUary; escort  of a.large train.consistihl-bf Supplies for the  Republicans iiiyBejar^halted npou reacliirijj  Mauresa, twenty miles from.their destination,  ���������and refused to go any further. A battalion  of,, Republican chasseurs stationed in Victio  have mutinied.  Madrid, August 81���������f he Carl is ts are again  interrupting railroad communication and detaining ihe mails an-tbe lines between Madrid  and the Northern frontier.  Madrid. August 28���������The artillery of.Bar-  eel on a garrison wbo mutinied and endeavored  to bring about a general revolt, have been  tried by court-martial. Twenty of the most  guiliy were sentenced to death and thirty to  transportation to penal colonies.  It. has beon. ascertained that the cargo  landed on the coast of Biscay by the Doer  hound consisted of condemned American  small arms.  Bayonne,  August 28���������Don Carlos has Is  Hied strict orders against .interference by his  followers with railroad communication under  a penalty of death.  London, August 28 ���������The British Government will send an expedition from Cape Coast  Castle against the A-hantees.  .London, August 28���������Accounts havo been  received of an accident 00 the Luxembourg  railway by which eight persons were killed  and wounded.;       ,  Paris, Sept. 2 -ChoIeM-.has msd^.. Its. ap  pearance among tho troops at Havre, having  been comnninieated, it is thought, by German  emigrants en route lo the United States:. .'  ; Madrid...Sept. 2���������A Socialist revolution'bn$  broke out in Andalusia, in the neighborhood  of Jnmeria. The farm laborers banded ttf-  ffether. demniiding and endeavoring to.force  a division of property. Tbey have burner] j  jpriy: farm houses of those who opposed them.  .proposttioTitto:ibe people of France to sub  [Voribe money toivbuiid the: Tuilleries. .The  editor of'Figaro -offers to head the subscription withVcontrihution of eighty thousaud  dollars. y       .    ���������- ��������� .a, ��������� ���������*    *���������  London; Sept !3'^The wile of -Capt. Trav>  era Commander of tlio yacht Deiu;houndrhas  inside an appeal to the public for assistance  iu procuring the release of, .her husband and  those captured on board of the vessel by tin-  Spanlanls. A special totbe Lon do iv Standard  ^ays the Car lists at. Avera carried oft ;H;nnni  b^; of: women, chosen by,lot, to make u������i  forms:for troops. k''2������iiz~i*  Paris S������*nt 4���������There were-no demonsira-  tions to-day. the anniversary of.the.pWJam^  tionof the Republic, A party, of. Gemans  from Strasbnrg were *W*W****l  an infuriated mob at Limeville. TUsy^oofc.  U> flllbt but were pursued, aod several toured  by the rioters.  ���������     y ��������� ^^: ;������������������-*���������������#i*i���������������-^��������� ~~ ���������  ' IsTicsstT? of Frost istbk Arctic Rboioxs.  Io the Interesting account of the McClintocIt  expedition to the Arctic region it is slated  that the .pirits in the thermometer, ooommn.  ally descended as iow aa forty degrees below  zero of Fahrenheit'! scale,  seventy-two degrees of frost,  above this- seventy-one degrees  SnicMlvertsiozen; spirit,horn?  never congealed by the in tec  the voynge of the Fox, that 80  r;::'MMai  ���������Ay     XAKE? Aim EWTZ ;'.OOSjipjLv Y,  The Lane^nd Kurtz Comprihy have raised  theysecond -ten-inch pump.from the old Bbaft  |:and^are replacing it with, a thirteea-mcb  piimpV^a Bed-rock haa^;b'eeti-sttnek in the new  shaft ala depth 6fl08 feet; XJfbe whoie pump-  iri������2;machinery ;wtll ��������� be in yOperaiion next  weejc; .viz.: ;twol3:meh pumps, driven by the  eoginie; and-two 10-1 nch.iron and one 12-incl)  aq a are wooden ;giirtip driven by th s water*  wheel,. ��������� ���������-.'     \ "AAA' '���������    /��������� ^ ' "  " yZZ/A/y/ wirittAMS-CRBBK.-y- .... y  'y^--^,e;:Biedfbck:';-Flllme co. cleaned'up 100 oz.  last week/ -Tbe'okherhydranlic claims on the  upper end of the creek, are not doing much  on accpuQfc of. the shortnesa;; of water. Tbe  Ballaratyco; will commence working from  their '''new shaft next week, y-  ; %': JACK;j)F CMJBS CREEK.   .  The Two-Bvotbers co. are ��������� down 100 feet  with their new shaft. 'Two; Sisters co. taking  out good pay.  ,-      *   .  J^A'-  UOHTXINO CREEK,  Spruce co. have started a new drive running:  up stream. Van Witikte^coi.v.have broke  ihrough into crave! and get a fair prospect.  Point co. washed up 2&8Joz. last week and  152 oz oo Wednesday lust;Victoria co. took  out 176 oz. laat week and fSIon-*Wednesday ;  this claim is lookine remurkably well. ���������. Vancouver co. washed up 127^^ last week and  39 oz, on Wednesday; ;tle;vchannel is wide  where they are :worltinffr^yVnlcan co. are  building a "bulkhead, andi> finishing tail race  and engine pit. -This claim and'the Costello  |are pushing on their work with.vigor.  A company has been organised under the  name of tbe Fountain Head for the purpose  of prospecting tho meadows yon this creek,  above Eagle creek. Things look lively;  buildings are poing up in-all directions, and.  everybody is hard at worfcyy  ClIISHOLM CREJ5K.y       -  The water is^very lowiiin this creek.���������  HumphrevB & dp., expect;tto clean up welt  Ibis week* Burdick and Magirl are pushing  tbeir tunnel ahead, and tbiiik.they will have  a good thing.    J aAa^'Z  Refl'sbd.���������The'appllcallou of Geo. Mur  doch for a Crown grant of 12^ acres of raining  ground on Lightning Creek was refu?ed by*..  the Gold Commissioner, a protest against th������  ^rant having been presented by the owners  of adjoining claims;    .........  The Hon. Geo. A. Walkem will arrive in  Barkerville on Monday riext,;and w.e under.  stand will remain \ few weeks in Cariboo.  A host of friends will be glad to see him,     ; \.  Wr Sale's, a correspondent' of the'New  York Ttibune. Portland Bulletin, and a reg������.";  lar.correspondent of the San Francisco Bui-  letin,arrived by Barnard's Express yesterday,  .Mr ;.AnAM^PRKNTicE,;who- was badly la������  jnred last week by an explosion of Giant  Powder, is getting along as well as; can ba  expected.  ....      ���������^*~"^^*-"^ *��������� .'��������� i *'  Raffle���������Tbe finest buggy in the upper  country y\\\ be raffled for at-the Brewery  Saloon on Saturday, 27th lost   Tickets $5  eacb.  Court of Assize at Eootexay.���������A Court of  Assize will be held in the Kootenay district!  by Mr Justice Gray on or about 1st October  next.  [Before B. M  COUNTY COURT, y;  Bill j, ��������� K^q-, Golfl: CorainlsfelonW and  County Court JudgeJ!  SURVEYING-,  DARTIES    INTENDING    TO    AVAIL  A themselves of the new Mining Law and to pur������  chase tlioir ground, can;have the Survey of tto aaiat  and Maps made by addressing  CAPT. 0. J. TRAVAILLOT. ;'  ana:; -. .  New  m  FOR SALE OR KENT, possession given  on 1st October next.  tgj, Parties indebted to the above establishment  are requestor] to calf and settle oa ot before 2Qta  ! August; and avoid costs, -  . ...-. ���������;:  ���������yr-l ' F. F1GK.  Barkerville. B.C., July 26, 1873. .i'il2S  thus indicating  At a po������nt  of Ftthren-  BF ho  Inteosest cold.   It  appears from .--.���������-, .       Fahl.enheitt wa������  3SX&Z:������;- - f  onw aUUo.begmuing of 1858.        ���������  lry t0 recru.1 k.   ������ d Quesnelm(>������tl������  last Sunday. .3 *- w hj6 ^^  -wbieh.ms ^jT^w ���������  ^m\oa .������i������ cliest.    * ^ ^  .f-'i .;���������"������������������  Mondit^ Sept. 1, 1873.  Vlc(orine::Laraert vs. Pabny Bendixen.���������  Adjourned horn last Court,'and reported ia  our issue of 23d August.,;:The' defendant's  counsel, Mr Barnston. called John Knott, who  stated he bad received $10;ifrom delendant,  but that (bat amount was due under ibe contract, and the amount he had sued plaintiff  for was for extra-work done for her. Judgment for defendant witb costs.  C. 0.; Floyd ,.;vs.H. P. Davis.���������Judgment  summons; There Was no appearance of de.  fend ant, aiid the case wm adjourned until  next.Court;;. y/.x        -.2' '���������'."  /���������/lipgOTRT;        .. .  Brouse Co. ^k. Sims.���������Action respecting  water rigbts.  Settled out'of Court.  Thb. OPPOsmox press of thelower country  ���������..linnes its abuse of the Government. The  ditor of the New Westminster malcontent,  we understand; finds out t-lia't it don't pay to  be at variance/with the people, and has  written to a noted Cariboo celebrity ashing  him'to.go dbwri'and assist him in carrying on  '' war against'the Government and' tha  People���������ihe '������������������Thing' (the Uuurdian or its,  editor?) might be made to" pay V\ These are  the exact words of the Guardian editor,, and  clearly reveal his- b lack-mai ling propensi ties.  ��������� ... # i ''' >. 1.1 ���������   i~ ������.���������  -Tbb Local Govbrnmest Is ��������� engaged in  perfecting a system of Assisted Immigration  to this Province, A preliminary notice has  b#en issued reqiiestinfif all per&ons desirous of  bringing out friends'or relatives to state  numbers, age, and sex of possible immigrants,  and the amount they are prepared to advance  toward..the .toi red _o bject  THE BANK" of ..BRITISH,  COLUMBIA.      K  THE CARIBOO AGENCY OF THIS Bank  i   will be KE-OPKNED for business on MONDAY,  14thlust. '....:.   .'��������� ���������      :.yvy  '  Victoria,  Jul 12  DRAFTS iSSUED ON    ���������^������������������yy  London, San Francisco, Portland^  New York and Canada. -,  WALTER POWELL, Ageat. ���������;  con  e  DEALEtt IS '  Groceries^ Provisions and  ROASTED DAILY AT THE STORE  DEPOT    FOR      ,. C  PIONEER MILLS EXTRA FLOU1  A fresh supply of which has just been, received, v  BarnaWs  Expkkss, with tbe mails, arrived  got Wr*"������       foa yaie to Bum-.  T^my^^y^^A    ;A  ^Ji^nm Bwbw'WOI arrive !n|a*  ������ I Seek.   Mr K Woods.. Sboriff. W  rrTTAT WAYSIDE HOUSE, favorably  T unownas MONOUltrS, or tbo 124-Mila. Ho .se,  Bonaparte, vith BARX3 and Outbuildings coaplot������  and in good order. ������ ; ".*��������� .  A Pre-emption   Cairn"  160 Aor-s,       /  about 40 acres now:under .cultivation, with Fanning  Implements complete.   Also, / o    "������������������ ���������'���������>  48 Head of JCatte.1y  The abovo ts a, dtetmblo Wayside Eouso, doing a  cood busings. .It will be sold'with the Cattle, kc.  %c or to suit purchasers. If not soldI by the2otti  August, It will be then pat up-and sold at Puiuta  A^r? . ther Par������6ulars, M��������� * ^/J^.  ju!5Sra  NOTICE.  VaUlancour and Joseph Hunter^ yAILLANCoys>  XA ������yu.Yi&&Y.  .  jjtyiM*rai jfrtf  'ySiJIri.- J,'-  Baa.t#ceived Jn^tmctlocs from  Cb&f' CommisBtoQer ��������� of ^L&da 6nfl Wotto^  . A-iy ';yy,,yyTO'S������LL^y/: yy  By;orderof-ifee ProvincialGovernment,  * AT THE"  I'-.'*'.*; At 12 o'clock. Noon,- ;���������'. ;;:;y; AA/  Jibe ������nd������ro5eafS������n.ed Seciloiisjn 'AA :ZA  do  do  do  frUWSK.  fib  so  Jt������Xy  Jmrtb-  f..:������y  A3s������a:  Kortfc  ^ '<fc"':- y  *Qy^  to*  yyy;$&lSGi������.i  ly :..tE'  AA-:m$A  Aa-Z^EA.  xy/jm-x  !i-ll:"5y  yy ^-.Bl  -;yri?%;  . ��������� -V^B-;  y-^ .*/���������:  : ;r-E.  -y\yi;.g,.:  ���������������������������"��������������������������� -VI. EA  lyr^rm  AAXXl'tiA  ��������� VAiMe&A  A/A#&yy  yy-^pyy  ���������;��������� a^'A''  :A:.$#A..\  7 Wee*  A/A &>y /  .yixti'Q y  TV Weal  / -tffrA ;  , A:y$6-A--.  AAMZXr  \Z& ���������'.  riitoXA  SKcrnoN,  'ArMy  ��������� y20!:y'  yy25: : j  ���������.y.".26.:^  y^T,.:-  r^ay.-  ��������� * "^.  ,y te:,y;  AAdi/Z  azzmaa  y2^2y  x-y.u. ���������  AA&xy-  ���������;   56  A/XlA^  y/SrA  ;;;;' y-fr -  ���������;-y- ?-..:,..  ; :;y������y,  I   X  AA t A  ACRES  do-  A  do  ;   dO  '^ifo *-*  North  < ������fov?  -, do  do  do  do  do  So  , &&f  do  do  do  do  'dodo  ,; i-fa A  ���������do   ;  -:Jdb    ���������  do  V Weat  *;  &>  do '  "do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  .Norih  I   do  do  '-���������'do..''.  iA&&'  do-  rn  do  do  do  dd  do.  do  do  do  do  do.  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  ,*������  do, ������������������;  :*%,;,  d<?  do  do  8  BO  11  12  its:  w  17 c  ie  J?  20  T  }&  *:I6  17.  is  19  20.  22  22  2S  n  25  26..  27  28  2d  SO  S2  32f  S3  84  .85  Sff  4  16  23  mz  ���������t&ir-  26  3S  dp  do  > North.  ;"; jdo    ;  do  do  <do.   ;  y:^0"y.:  >*daV������-  do  v "d������: -.������������������  ���������-^d6^-1-:  y-f-.do.:';;  ������������������ydo--- ���������������������������  i/^'do.:'--  y,; <Ia'  ������������������--db---y  'y^do'::':  :y,d6.-'-'  do  yy'de.n- '  do :  -do  do  do  AyfibA-y  do  .*yJ.d������:. ^  5'iNortb  y do  do   ;  'Apr'y  XA'io"'1  '*rA6'iy  'i:'-fo'--:  v-d6vy  do :  .do  do  do  do  ��������� ti&w A  5  ydo  do  North  dO     -  do  >  do  do  do  do  do  Ho  do  5 North  ���������^dQ-y  do  do  do  'd������  do  do  do  do  ���������"   do  do  do  do  do  d North  do  6 North  Ao  do  do  ��������� do  do  do  do  yJtld  roT.  35  36  49  60:  51  52  69. .  08 .  69  70  71 y  72.  do  Weat  do  ^o  do  do  do  ���������do--''  do  ^do  do  do-  r:i--io -  -���������dodo  zzyibyy  do  -"do';;  dodo  do  do  do  do  do  HWest  do  ..do .  'do  db  > ''Ho.":  do  do  _dg  ^���������"���������do- '.  :   do  ������������������y-do-y  i 2  do.   :  ��������� dp  ���������.^do-',-  : IV- West  do  do  do  iv.-. do  . ^o  do  ;' '..do';.  do.  ' ' do  do  rWest  do  do  do  66~  ; do  Ar   do  A   do  do  do  ' do  do  do  do  do  VII VVea$  do  lEaM  do  - .do.  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  12  13  14  ������  Ifl  IS  M  15  16  17  IS  ���������19  20  21  22  23  24  25  26  27  ���������28  29  30  31  32  33  3i  35  12  13  14  22  24  25  2"6  27  28  V\.  32  S3  34  35  sr,  20  25  28-  29  30  31  32  33  34  36  13  U  17  18  20  21  ���������22  23  24  25  26  27  20  .35  36  17  25  i  12  23  28  29  SO  31  32  33  34  Total,  GROUP 1.  ������0T������  101  105  IM  107  108  -103,  110  11.3  iu  ;-iif  Aim  m  ACHK8.  150  160  lt>U  160  160  160  160  13G  147  160  160  160  1563  130  135  136  137  188  HI  142  .143.  tCRVM,  UT  m  160  m  Z$k- Full particulars of tbe extent,of each  Section, and'Maps of the same, can >e had pi  the Auctioneers at an e������rly date.  J; P. DAVIES& CO.,  Auctioneers  aul���������  NOTICE.  4 CbXTBT OF GENERAL ASSIZE AND  A Gaol PWivery. aort of Njsi Prius, wilt be heM ������t  each of tho unaermcnliouert pl.icfH as 1'oUows, rxcopt  the aame bo bcrtmfter changoa by Order in CouucU :���������  SPRING CIRCUIT.  ;   N������������w WcstmjDStcr, W������5ilnosday, May 14,  Y:t\<i, 3fon<?ay, May IP.  Lytton, Thurd<!ay, May %>i. .       .   .  K������iml<������op^ Wvdn^hiy, May 29.  Clinton, Mom day, June 2. ,.  ;;     QucBn^mo^Uij Fri-iay. Juoc II.  . Rjcbfield, Tu^aday, June 17.  FALL OrilCUIT.  R������cbft'������W, Tuesday, So|Uemb������.r 10.  Quesnelmouth, to be, fixed Uercaitor, if any bu?i  .yy r now...  Clinton, ThuMilay, Ocf'ber'2.  K imioops, Tuesday, October 7.  Lytton, Monday; Ociob.-r. 13.-. :.  Vale, Thursday, Oclober IC.        .   .  New WestmiuHter, Tuesday, OcIoIxt 21.  Assixesat Nanaimo and el^ewliero wfU,/whco aec-c-f  ������ary, bo hereafter fixed. .  I)ated lltb day of April, 1873.  By commaud.  '  JOHN .\m.  my 10 .,Provincial .S**erei*ry  In the Supreme Court of  British Columbia.  m  Every Sunday Morning^'  . -Freight and Pastfcn^ers carried through at thV  lowest poHMM<? fat*^. ���������  For rafes ofFr������i������lit and *Pawagec apply at tli  Kxpreaa Olflce, BarkorvlSle, aud- at J. W LTkn.  UAKDV������, VANWINKI.K. U  JAS. A. NEWLAND, Agent,  mylO    -.���������:'��������� -:���������, Uiirk.rviik.'  arhard & Co.'s  J7BOM AND AFTER THIS DATE ANO  l���������   until lurtlier notice,  Treasure to any amount  r WiU.becarried between U!������rk������'r\*ilioHUil.Vict'itia:at  A^'eiiU  B Tk������TeilK\ May  JAMJ'W A, XKWKAND,  X  GENERAL OUUfiR. ^  OTICE is hereby Riroo, tliat tho Supreme Couti  wilt Pit In Rmc, f<������r tln������ hearinjj <>( all moliou-,;  ;irijum������������nu, appeals, andiOther matters coming IwUTr  the Court in Banc, at the Supreme Court Room in the  City of Vicuiria, for thc loll wing Uthh, ocj Ujo days  herviualter menMoiied, namely:  For Hil.ry Terui froni the 15th to 25tli Fehruarv;  F������r Easter Term from the loth lo2ath April:   *    k  For Michaelmas Term frmi the 15th tn 2i*)tli N*'veiobi^r  ,; There will bo uo sitting in Banc in Trinity Term.  .   In cngeauy of the days uf rh<* dat������-s jj.idh-.I for th������-  h.������ginniDg or ending of the Terms should Ml ou a  Sunday or  Public Holiday, thm tho Term will begin  or end on tho next follgwiim day.  ?L 8  }  (MATT. T. BKGniR. C. J.  { HKVKY P. PKhf.KWOKKASJ-1 J  (J. HA.MIf;rON'GltAV, J.  U tto I.. Victoiia, Janu iry 24th, 1873.  mr22 tf  NOTICE  " Whereas by an Order In Cmmcfl,' da'terl  th*������7thdHyof Jimw, 1873, of tho Honorah!..  the Privy Council of 'Canada, it has heen tie  cided "that Esqiiitniilt, in Vancouver island  ������������������ be fixed as the Terminun of the Caiiudhin  Pacific Railway, anil that a line of Kiuhvay  " he located between the harbor of E^qnimali  H and Seymour Narrows on the said Island -  and whereas in accordance with the Terms of  the susd Order in Council, application has  been made 16 hie Excellency - the Lieutenant  BGoyernor of British Columbia, for a reMer-  " valioti and for the conveyance to the Do-  ; minion Government, in trust, according to  ���������UPPER FKAStiU Hi VER,  nURING THE SUMilEK WILL L'/AVy  SOIU  CttEKK OX THURSDAYS. |  As ^oon ns powibk'>H������-*r the arrival ot 11AKXAKJ)  i: Co/* SUtfrs,' ttB������l '//if:  (^b^SNEL ON SUNDAY AFTKKNOO.VS,   ,.,.,..--.y ^ATjf ;0?CI/)CK.     . ...XAy  Thn Uiid������-r*ig������o.| Uo^. by a slrict .���������������HeiiUOU:to  i������u.<in'>*M, to m^rlt ;i -'cvnifiitt nc������' "'��������� ������'*������������������ p.ifrn-;g������  hitherto ex������������'nded to Uepsra. M trein^i: Wri^' a/  ���������>Viifclit,' P'T ton;      -      - -      f-J/"/Ay  ^aKSJi^e.   ���������-���������   .-���������-���������.- -    .   ?'���������  AT:  X ...                  GRANT &   AKNI^Yy  SodaCrpek. ApriU.W^. -       ii.>lufi^r.,  ���������ess  LEAVfiS BARKERVILLE DAILY.it&AXA  A Nil  LIGliTNING CREKK AT 3 P.M.  Piissaare, $'������; for tho round nip, $3.  I'Yeijjh! taken fit low rates. .  apli     , ���������    H. C WILMOTr  minion Government,In trust, according to       ,        ^^^^mmiM  the 11th  Paragraph of the Terms of the ^mW^^^l^WM^  *> T5^e,inof ^3ion^of ������ s,rjpof ***������ ^MM^mw  ''Co7������orV^^ Caution agamst Fraud.-The ?c of;  ������ Z wLI������";    T.   Ia?1, >������iwven  rtfly.  mwt delicious unci    uwrlnillcrt Con.iimmt  bw  ..'  LEA^PERRINSV y  .     Celebrated  WORC.E8 T ERS HI R ������    SAUCE  beclare������!byCortiJotsw������urM������������bc  ���������   THE   ONLY "GOOD.SAUCE.  IMS  ������������-Vlll������  r.ijn* the geniilnu, i.i to  ASK  VOW LEA  &  iPEBBINS'   SAUCE  n-ltoRoc..tliat tbeir nawefiart ap������-n thewiulW*  t.AnKLg,nroppKR,aud imttii;. %nrj\t>d  Someoftherorek'n murkutH bavin* bueiisoppw^  monrNairowH and  the Harbor  of. Kboiii.  emwei certain d������.������lerM������H������������|'������.v the uanu-ol  matt, in rnrtliorance of the couatrucihin nt  termor* sauce" to their own inferior c������-wip'-u������^i^"*  11 tJjowM Railway," wmauuoiion  of  pubUcMs li(>rchy fnf6rwed thanbtouly w������y wp  And whereas iUas been deemed ad viable  should be Reserved, prior to anv convince  aforesaid being made th������reof.   hiblie no ce  ������ there ore hereby #iven that' from and     er  his da to a strip of Land Twenty   Miles in  Harbor ofKiinaRu7r k^0*9 and tbe :Siivi^SkMJiViiipw������.H  aaioor oi J^qmnialt is hereby Reserved. "wTCKKjtaaad rt>sonp ������t sneh, orany otbenuaw  *>y-Lommand. *iik by which thoiir igh (ma j bfinirit**;*1*'  John Ami, Ask for LEA & PERKINS! Sauceand^  p.av   r������������. Provincial Secretary,        Name on Wrapper, Label, Bottle, *>  Provincial Secretary's OfHce, 7 Stopper. .. ���������  July l������t., 1873. Wholesale aad for export by the ^^^^f^J  ccster ;0ro������BL- and Blank well, bomloii, &������.,*u,������  by <;roc������-r.������ ;i'ti d Oi I mon nplyersidlv  SS of all perKons.witliln tjio DiPtrict ol'Cw J* ������*-  aro ibible to pay-tlhi ab������v& Tax- ^r th������-y*.������������r ���������  niuv lie in������D������5toU on application to A': w'nW"������i ^  may, be in������p?Ctcd  'uluiouUi,' or to  o:'Bv.JtN������s,  Jun������>%;  lMn:M^m^^^'  r .    y "���������  Wm  m  m  .���������ry  -


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