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 Barkerville, ^  ������������������ ���������        ' _*y   '"' ."���������'"''"'.i���������������������������'   ' '''''   ' ���������fo���������'���������'*��������� '������������������'-  j,|.'"T-���������'���������������������������'���������������������������;���������-.���������:"'" ���������".   ; ���������: ''' '    ' ''"     ~~   ' '   ' "'  '������������������***���������������������������, ; * '        ������������������-  '^^==^rr~^-', ���������:-.��������� ���������*'*:';���������%'��������� j^W-vfrnT \f T? T   ^r a?' ���������; ^ u * ^ e * ^m Scans' rap id ly i ne reased  n? rMilBOO \SJ&JN i; IJX&k their'/ lead ..and kcptitibr a; distance of two  J;V. ������������������r,Ttan-nt\������y ' ":������������������ and a,nalf niiles,, wbWtt'tbe Oxfords came up  PDBLlSnEp  r*pv WEDNESDAY; and SATURDAY'  I,    .iniion SI per weelc (including cost  tSSSS^^-"-';; ''  Agents fbr the ^riboq^tineU'V    .  I       ���������'������������������"������' ^i r. rAiirf i e Rdrn&r&'s Express 0 ffice  86daCreek,.  -   j^Eyans, ��������� >MoW'^'���������' '*&!-' :���������..  to litem an cl."gr ad ual 1 y i n ere aseft their speedv  passing���������thc Havvardsand comiqg:��������� in at-.���������the  end four lengths ahead; easing at tbe 1 ast few  strokes and pu 11 i n g u p fresh, Tb e wi ii ni ng  boat is;;40feet:in length, so that the Oxfords  won by I GO feet; :v ;.; '-'. ���������_���������/': -, :y\- ;���������     ri. ,.'���������..  ���������'���������EXPRESS NEWS.'.''-;-���������'.'..'  few 'Westminster,  ^ictorin; .'.   :  p. Fisher,.  :.  Glarkson & CO  A, Lyne.>.   .  'San Francisco  ANOTHER PR1ZS FIGHT. ,;;      ���������  , St. Louis, AugastlSin;^ily5^Netf  fO'Baldwin wore seconds: for aaUagher, and  fjim Coyne and Bud Riley --for Allen, Larry  Iwessell '^tfew'*la���������*���������Jim^^rtley,���������te. nag  master. Twenty ring keepers were appointed  Jto preserve order. ; The;fight began at,2:40  Lm After considerable sparring Allen J*c-  feeived a heavy blow on the mug winch  llvnockedhiradownand made bira bleed freely.  Second round-Allen went down from a  stinger under the -mug.  Tbird ronnd-Botbreceived and gave heavy  blows, terminating in a.clinch, in ^liich iUlen  went down. At this point several clubs;were  thrown at Allen..'brio of wliicb strjjck; biuvori  the cheek, calling Uie blooa-to-nowi...  Fourth round���������More tetrific:blows on jboti^  sides, terminating in Alieu'sjlavpr:'; :::.:  Fifth round -Favorable to A:lleny aUhougb  In* waslumcked over the ropes.  Sixth round-GaUagher a little slow in  coming up, and received two very heavy  blows���������one on the nose, ami the other on the  breadbasket. '��������� Although Allen went, down at, _    ,  the close, Gallagher got the worst of the come agauvlo save ibc *oi 1.  round. '.v .  The seventh, eighth and'.ninth rounds ��������� resulted in favor of AUui... On the termination  of.the latter, the sponge was thrown up, and  Allen was declared the victor.  The fight was short, but is-;said to have  been very desperate. Both men were badly  punished.  St. Louis, August 18���������The accounts of the  prize Cglit telegraphed from the battle field  clo not agree wi.ih4he. descriptions of the reporters who returned this evening. Eleven  rounds were fo ifgli t, i nstead of n i no,; more  than half of which were decjdedly in Alleive  favor. At the end of the eleventh round  Kelly and one of Gallagher's seconds left the  ring. Subsequently the referee said he did  not know who threw up the sponge, and decided the battle a draw. It.is stated that  Kelly acknowledged on tbe ground that Gallagher was whipped and he threw up the  spouge; but after getting aboard the boat  he denied having done so. Tho result is considered a greater outrage on Allen than the  decision in the McCoole fight.  :_��������������������������� The ch' olera, which bi*6ka oili In the begin-  hing of $n\y ��������� at Teheran;;��������� in Persia, where-the  {\eat.hs rose rapiill y to tilirty a day, i^; m ajung  i ts way westward. Sep tcmber and������ eavly^Oc-  "tpber were -fits.- worst season during its';inva*'  Mons in IS32and 1849 in Europe and America;  ���������;. The Gzar;"df'Russia,^ Was; decreed^ that all,  p arc n ts fo rci rig their child ren to m ar ry or .to  enter monasteries or convents, stiall be liable  'to apnnishment o^from fourTnpnths,: to .one  ycar's imprisorimenj:, pesides.an y���������> punishmcn t  that may be inflicted by the religious author-  'HiesfcA1;- '������������������/;.���������  The Nashville Press says that a whirlwind  of.lieated air,passed over Chatham County in  that���������������������������������������������neighborhood, burning the leaves of  trees to a crisp, singing tbe manes and. tails  of a!team;of horses, setting Ore to a dwelling  and stacks pf wheat over which it passed, and.  finallySwhirling down the river followed by.  a cloud.!of steam. <;'  , Tlipppplia^y has been thrown completely  In -the^^ysAdfcb? ratophagy.. We are 'mformod \ in ^ mat.t  b y,; ��������� th e Co u r t Jou rn al th a t a b a nq tie 11 a tel y  to ok pi ace . i n. th e Rue Sai n te Ma rg uer sic,.  P a ris, ��������� at w hi ch the p,vi n pi p al faro c ousts ted. o f  ratsl Those, who partook of the repast are  said to have been in ecstacies with the. de-  ���������1 i'cip us an d su cc u 1 u n t: p roper lies of .the fie sh. ,  A. man has appeared in a country district  of Poland who pretends to'be our Saviour,  He has.se-  IN ,:THB fsUPREME GOtJRT:* 0*R 7THE  1   MAINLAND-plf BRITISH COLUMBIA. .'r.  .Tn the'mattor- of .tho Est������������ to -and^Effects of G1R0LU0-  MO^'TIBALDI;1 deceased, intestate^ *"*��������� ^  ; XhL persons who ore in deb tod to th a abpyb Estate  'xjL" areTcqtiired to pay tho amounts due forthwith;  and all ��������� persons' who have''������������������ any claims ��������� against the  above estatej; are required to send In their accounts  on or before the 14th day of November, 1869, to r  -fA-.'-   ;::t:.'���������.������������������'��������� ."::,chas,"b.'pooley,-   ':,:���������'.  ��������� ���������v.!'-.>m|-���������.������������������>/.'-"������������������ '   y Official Administrator.  . Dated Richfleld; 14th August, 1869,   .;   au!81m  STEAMERS, EXPRESS, FORWARDING, &c.  IN TH&sfpREME COURT OFTftEMAIN-  : f : UiN| QF BRITISH COLUMBIA. ;   -  ���������In.tiio-rnatttfeor:the..Estate.-and ,EfTccts of/ALEX-  '-': .'..'ASpfeR:STOB:0, deceased, intestate. ;:,  A bt persons who arc -indebted to tho, above. Estate  abbvo -estiittterp requcstea to.scna i u, ���������������������������������-?������;  ou^i^|h>I2th;.^  .   -c^r^yr'Ay      ���������..'��������� 0111cial,Administrator.-i:  '������������������'Dated Rfobleld, 12th August, 1869.^  ; aul4:3m^  DKTHE^RST.DAY' OBI JUNE AKD ONTHE FIBST  -.... *^i^^  BariiardL's Express  r   Will dcspalch   . .:  A FAST FREIGHT TEAM FROM YALE,  Making tho trip to Barkeryillc In about 14 days.  '   ;:        :/ ;   Tjutil further notice,  ! T.'BATES' 'idF   FREIGHT.  By these teams, on all parcels of 50 lbs. and upwards  i':',.;i":-'u:;:;:',;".���������'.;���������: '���������������������������";��������� ��������� ?vui he  :���������;; ^;25;Gents per lb.v  exeluslve of Road Tolls.  IN '���������: THE tsUPREJViE 'COURT   0*F : THE  MAINLAKD^F BRITIS^COLUMBIA.  In the mattol of the Estate aud EfTects of WILILAM  W|NN"ARD, deceased, Intestate.  ALL pcrsoiS who arc indebted to the above estate  are reqifirccl to pay the amoffnts due forthwith,  and all persons who have any claims against the  above estate |ro required to send in their accounts on  or before tkeSLlth uay of Seplcjuber. 1869, to  "-   'i " CHAS. E. POOLEY,  ��������� Olllcial Administrator.  Dated Rich field, 11th Jane, 1809. jcl63m  IN  .THE JSUPREME   COURT   OP. THE  MAINLAND OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ,v.^f.tlieEstate and Effectsof'MICHAEL  CARNEY, deceased, iiitestate  .: Parties shipping by these teams must order goods  to be marked ."Per Barnard's Express, SLOW."���������  otherwise the? will be sent by regular Express and  charged accordingly.  Shippers may depend on tbe regularity of these  teams, for whether with lull freight or not they will  come tbroush. ���������   *  ���������  May 14, 1869. F. J. BARNARD.  Barnard's Express.   ^  ON and after July 3d,.and until further notice, the  Regular Weekly Express will arrive at Barker-  villc on SATURDAY MORNING;.and return at 6 a.m.  the following Monday.   The Express will close every  Sunday night at 9 o'clock.  For ratesrOf Freight and passage, apply to  ���������   '";..- ���������' : " . S. OKMANDY,.-   ���������  June 30..  -��������� -t- i        Agent, Barkcrville.    *  ~���������,, ...1.-persons' wlio have any qj-airas tigains  estate "are required to send in their accounts on.br  before the 24th day "of^ September^;".iee9, to ���������"y:~;:~-  ; ., .,CHAS, E. FOOLEY, .  . Official Administrator;  ���������'���������- Dated Richfield, 24tli June, 1869.   :. " ,J.eS0;  looted twelve apostles antl prctentls. toheail  tbesiclv.. Having gauied considerable popularity, ho -is ttow turning to. polUics. Ho denounces the:peasantry tor tbeir indifference  to the rising, of 1SG3; calls upon thero to re-  pen t and prepare for new efforts, aud prophesies the speedy re-establisbnicul;1 of the  old Polish kingdom. ..  The North German Correspondent tells an  interesting little story of our Princess Royal,  now tlie Grown Princess' of Prussia, -The  house of a poor laborer at Potsdam recently  go ton fi re j' an d an ol d woman, in endeay or-  ing to save some of .:the, property, liacl her  back severely burned. The: Crown Prince  and Princess happening to come up, the old  woman was carried to a place of safety, where  the Princess, who had accompanied her,  d r esse cl her won n cl a w ith h o r o w n h a ntls a n d  attended her with tlie. greatest care and gentleness until a medical man arrived. By her  command the children were then taken to the  Palace and washed and furnished with new  clothes.  Van Volkentog ;&  <3o.  RETAIL   BUTCHERS,  BAEKERVILLE,;^  MOSQUITO CREEK..;     :.  - Asupplv of fresngaicat^f all descriptions constantly  on hand.. \. . %  .^M ..:   ^A*jESftyESNELMOTJTH FOR SODA CREEK ON  :  ^TUESDAYS,  - ���������   'AT Six A.M.  LEAVES; SODA .CREEK: FOR QUESNELMOUTH ON  , THU-RSDAY   EVENING,  Connecting with Barnard's Express at both places.  jfi������3 The steamer is not responsible for leakage of  Oils, or other liquids shipped in tins..  WHOLES ALB   AND, RET AIL   DEALER  -IX���������  Groceries, Provisions,  HARDWARE,    DRY    GOODS  ; CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, ETC., .  BARKERVILLE. ������������������  ON the arrival at. Barkorvillc of cvetr Mall and  Express, R. L. LA MONT will leave 'Barkcrville  with an. Express for the following Creeks: 0 rouse,  Stevens, California; Wolf, Antler, "Cunningham, Harvey, Suowshoo, Kcithley and Goose Creeks. He will  attend to all. kinds of commissiousj &c. Collecting  will also be attended to. ju21  Letters, Parcels, &c, for the above place.3 can bo  leftjat the following places :  The Sentinel Office,   ....   Barkcrville.  , Reunie's Shoe Store,   ....   Barkcrville  F. Neufolder,    .- Richfield.  THE INTERNATIONAL BOAT RACE.  London, August 27���������The excitement to-day  over the great International boat race has  been intense, aud it is no exaggeration to say  that probably one million people witnessed  the race. The Harvard crfcw won the toss for  position. Both boats started at 5 hours 14  min. H sec. The Harvards were first to catcli  the water and took the lead, gaining upon,  their opponents and making forty-Ova strokes  a minute, against the Oxfords' forty. At  Craven Foint, thrce-fourjjis of a mile from  the start, the Oxfords went on with a steady  F.   NEUFELDER,  STORAGE  AND   COMMISSION,  Richfield, 13.0.  $07" Produce from Um ayricuUmMl districts received  and money advanced on consignments.   .   JySl 2m  j, S. THOMPSON,  A CCOUMTAXT,   Ar INING   AND   COMMISSION  ik   Ajjcnt, Barkeiville.  Mining Companies' BooUskept and adjusted'  Mavl 1S09.  GELEBlAfp,01fLf filll  TjIGHTniko Creek.  ^   X <nrv ASSORTMEXT 0? GOODS.,  \tt? ZeSxMUm on hand, an-l the Stock  AS   CHEA?   AS   ANY   XX   0/JRtBeO.  1 \i\x- fiiipd and forwarded with dispatch,  Onlersin-ompUvflllcc^aa^im  & LlNDHARr>}  A Perfect  Cure.  T Ti-m   FLETCHER'S SECONP-HANB STOEI,  f\    and General Repairing Shop'will J^^ji*  Danielson's Bridge, Ques-  nel Rivex\  IB  If      UN I ���������       ������������������lltfll ^  MR. CHARLES *��������� DANIBLSON desires to ioform  ���������'ilJL.' Traders, Packers, Travellers and others that the  Road from Dog Prairie to the 16rMile Post beyond  Qucsncl mouth is-now open a ad iti good coudition fog  t'ack Trains and Stock,, and that there- is abundanco  of good food throughout. There-is a hoiisc of entertainment at tho.bridge     :        ,'������������������ .-._., jo!2  Important   to   Traders! I  A "LL*FREIGHT CONSIGNED TO j: C. RKEDV,  t\ Yale, B. 0., will be forwarded to any part of  tho Colony, on the most reasonable terms, free of com.  mission. AGENTS:  Millard k Reedy,    >       Denouvion & Kurtz,    \ .  Victoria.   "      j" Barkcrville. j"  Barkcrville, April 17th, 1S69.  Pumps, Hose," Nails, Picks"siwvols','r  ihiuR re*i,uisUa for Anuers' use at low  UITER BARKERV-lLLE,  ml5  ADAMS & PEARC  Havo on hand a ohoioo selection of  CAST IRON COOKING STOVES  TTW   plTtE  AND "SHEET   IRQ*  ^.^ototherartiolcsintbcirlinc of trade  ������iUobblii������ in mo Tin, Shoot Iron, Copper a������d  fat ion.  $ i^l^iSi^^  r.**~K=r^^7^*is?^^  Tll-K CARIBOO SENTINEL ^'WSWi ������enougU satisfy them.  rrr^rrrn������������������: : '���������     .    ������������������    ^ ���������, One would suppose that with tho knowled, a  of the fact that in California enormous for   ^EONE51)AY/SEPt.l5/lS69.  \ ;THli CARIBOO SENTINEt/     :> ,^   >  ,Is J^blisliod ������Very WednesdayWd Saturday. -All  n^v^semouis intended for insertion, mUst bo deliv-  crjfl at Htost .at Six o'clock, P. Mi, tho day boforo  . publication.     ���������  '���������������������������������������������        ��������� ������������������ ��������� f   ���������������������������  ���������������������������"��������� v."ulv*"  ; NEW ADyERTISEM ENTS.  ��������� TO ADVERTISERS.     .__(';,  .All advertisements (not,inserted for any definite  p'Jrioit)  will be' continued' until  ordered,  out,   and  cb :tr#od Jut accord iugly.  tunes have been made from working mu< b  poorer benches than these, someof our miriei s  would long ago have made efforts to woi k  them. Want of means, however; is the> first  impediment, and tho objectionable deposit  moneyand royaltythe! neyt ' ,\Ve, trust that  this subject will reoeiyeihe attention of lira  I WISH TO. ANNOUNCE TO THE: PUBLIC THAT  tlie statement in ado by me in Court in reference  to the death of ..certain animals found dead near tho  141-mile post, was by no means.intended to convey  the inference that.the cause of their death was in any  way attributable to.Mr Afurpitxy ���������"���������-,  ..'   ��������� '-';���������. . JAS. WALSH/:  ."; William Creek, Sept. 1$ 1560, sel5 i  ;:��������� :;^_ ... .��������� ?TO CORRESPONDENTS;-";    <'������������������  'g; ���������"':]  A U, communications must bo accompanied by the  realiiahie and address of the writer: not necessarily  with a.viinv of publishing the same, but as security  or its good faith.  Legislative Council.  More anon;  ASSESSMENTS; &c.^BEPLYTOP," PRO*  '���������r--ArA/: ��������� .������������������;������������������-���������- ;-���������'>��������� pisoTOE." "������������������'���������:/������������������' -;���������������������������-:      '  THE LA"W: "RELATING. TO.MINING  .,.*'.-;������������������.  :       DITCHES.  ;���������  ; Editor Sentinel :���������-1 thank yoii for. your  rei)ly to my qii estions iri your 1 ast* issue, and  val id because it is n o fc recorded, for fro ra re-  ,���������  ���������������������������..������������������     .- ,,   ������������������-���������..���������.  ,     . ���������..;������.-. '���������!���������-     marks made in: high places of authority I wfas  Are have frequently pointed,out tbe peces- Ied t0 tbink that'the omission of record  was  ...  '.^  THE   CAR I BOO    A MA T E U R S  '..;���������; Will give a performance in honor of .  . HIS ��������� EXCEIXENCV"   THE, fi OVERNOR, ;  Wheri t wo p op ula r Poti to Co mod i ei?,  anrgladtoGndthatabillofsale is not in-1 *T a w    m**������    ~ ^        '  validh������.^nfl^^..^,.,.    re- 141, THE: GOOD FOE NOTHING!  P -  eity of taking stops to supply. 'William creek  with a co n stah t stream of water so th a t al 1  the resources of the oreekP^could be doyel-  oped.  Looking at the Gold Miuing Ordinance  we find that that part pf it relating to ditches  con tains some clauses of a most objectionable  character.   First among .'these is that which  requires ���������that an application^     grant of  water exceeding 300 inches shai 1 be accom-  pahicd by ^deposit of ������125:^ In case the.ap:  plication is refiisect; this;deposi); is to be re-  Amded, and/if fhp applicatibri be,:entertained  then tho/raooey"f(slialtbo; retained,;' Avhel,her  the r.pplication be aft|r\yaMs^andon^d or  not.   Thus a ^ork :whb^  ;'. o p eni n g ou t a. 1 argeex ten t of min i ng ground  ��������� is at the outset-heavily-',. taxed. ^ But the: most  objectionable ^ature:;of;fe^  by which ijrj?y^  * gross proceeds^113 ^made;char^ablei-^  are nurAerotts^^  ��������� crty which must^ertauil^ tend  property: any thing but a desirable ^ means for  the investment:/^  "e ho u 1 d b e3 a r py a j ty of:3?: p ere en fe-; up o n the  ;������������������': gross receiptsAor^  very discdu raging to; capital ists < contemplat-  in^ the construction^ of ditches/- A royalty of  3j upon the profits:woul^-bo^^  * upon 'the''gross:���������.receipts^sjich;'^a>tax:vi3.iex':  . .   tremely unreasonable.  When.it is.;considered  \v hat a vast ex te ri t: 0 f; mining.; gr p u nd: v-cbul d  be advantageously^-, worlced^if :a- contiriiious  e n p p 1 y of'-I w a ter w ere b roiigh t to ��������� b ear n p on  it, and what a. small' .extent':is worked for  :  want of water,: instead^of> p^bing such ob-  sI'mctions as .we have alluded; to iri ;the' way  .   o f "po ns true11 rig. ,\y a ter wo rks v every reason-  al> I e i ri d n ce pi en t" sli oul d b c '-g ran ted to those  who hi ay feel; d is posed to' u n cl ei* take . su ch  works. 'It cannot;certainiy;be urged.ih.favor  o T s 11 e 1 i  bb s tru c tloii s th at a di tch, J ri Car i boo  :\ i I tMist, itnpairs the value of the Crown ,1 ands.  O .i t h ������i c 6 nt r ary J it m u"s t have a b eriellci at i h p  fl io v.;e.uppn the land. : 'V^���������.'.%���������:-  I tOs no i m aginary' evil we: com plain: b f, but  the >:> 11 j e c ti 0 n ab I e c 6 nd ili'o n sat! ache d to; d i to h  Ur'-u^rby.-by tlie Gold'^Mining drrlinancehaye  "hctiia,11 y'impeded tbe prdgrcss of ditcli|bui 1 d-  i n ���������%   O n the no r11������fork of Quesnel le river, for  .   a clislance of ^20 miles, there are riot twenty  . men at wo rk where t h ere sir ou 1 d b e at ,1 eas t  two tlionsanci.. if water were brought on to  t!;o benches.   These have been prospected  a n d fo u n d to c o n ta i n su m*cie n t gol d to j ustify  us ir. saying that two thousand men could be  pv*'irl(:ib 1 y emp 1 oyed were a supply of water  f i11 n i :*? h etl io them o n th e. b en ch es.: Do yo u  f-ee that.bench there'/' There are 40 feet of  gravel, covered by seven or eight feet of  loose sandy loam.   You can get a color  in  every panful of  tbat   gravel.     There are  benches on the Quesnel river, like that one,  extending along the river for a distance of 20  miles and running backward for half a mile,  more or less.   In California there arc bench  diggings that pay enormous dividends to the  capital invested in ditches and mining, and  ' yet you will probably not find an average of  more than two colors to ten pans.   It is the  large quantity of water and hydraulic force  brought to bear upon   poor benches that  maEe them so remunerative, as, for instance,  at Eureka or San Juan.   For the last five or  six years Chinamen have been packing the  gravel'of the beaches of the Quesnel river to  any  little * stream nearest at hand, and by  -AN'D-  considered to be not only tbat, but a misdemeanor and il, fraud on the revenue4? besides.  But with all due respect to your opinion. I  di ffer fr o m y o u i n so m e resp e c ts, fo r it do es  appear strange that as there is no prescribed  form for.a, notice of abandonment that a bill  o f sale te ri'd ered sho u 1 d n o t a etas sue li, 1 e*  causein that case the spirit, at least of ; tho  Lmining law would be carried out, if not the  1 ��������� 1 et'lie r, arid. \ the ri.. th e . f o re m a n o f a c p m p a ny  co u 1 d' no fcr pi bad igh o ranee o f t h e i n (e n tip n, to  ab andon ;;��������������������������� Ypiv say th ere w as r nb p rib ci.p le  involved, and that may be true, for j t won 1 d  lie hard to find many nil trigs in Cari bop that  would not contlict with others j  further, that  the case al 1 rided. to \yas outire 1 y:a.qifesti.on bf  tacts���������sa^y rather,a case hurried through with  a:. gl'ar j ti g: p missi o ri -. o f ., fac ts,   as   th e   is? u e  :��������� p ro ve d.. It.: m ay be the 1 aw. that; righ fc '���������:��������� of  action is. extended; to five,or . tv/ehU^, yeara'-r1:  what1 matter? :Butwhena'debt is, allowed to.  remain pearly, two,; years withbut :beirig asked  jo r;^ emari d ed j and th en ralv ed; u p; a ri d b .rough t  in to Con rt, b ne: wb u I'd sup pose that equity r e-  ] qui red. that th e* p 1 ai n ti rT ong li t to b e ma de tb  shbw;;good caiise whyhe had not made ;the,  d em and *b efore:-; an d t h e fa c t th a t most par ties  th a fc c oul d b e e vi den ce in fc h < (c% e h ad i n th e  m ? an tira p left the co u n try, if i t sh ou Id no t b a r  ituut;bf coiirthought at least*;tb:;restrain..:a  hasty decision,:: -I agreei with;;y6u:%heii;: y u^  say that there is little cause 'for further re-  fitricting the right of aclion in Gari beo, for,  go o d n ess knows, th at assess mtnts /come o f te a ���������  and fast enough for most 'of* us, ^ ii* not a 1 i Uie  m pre so 'fa and th at!' th e case i n p bi n t is the  only one of the Idnd kno wn of, X am inclined  to believe;  but let.it be known1 that there is  a possibility of ::bbtainipg ..;jiidgraerit!jit such;  cases,f then v.there- is plenty amongst that preverb i al ly h o nest c 1 ass of m en ca i 1 e d_'; m i ne rs  that can bring forward : claims  and1 support  th em.-���������;. s trp ngly, p ar'tien 1 arly ��������� i f the op posing  witnesses are scattered or have left the.couii"  t ry.   T h e n, t h ey won Id h ave .fair phai ce t o  succeed if the defendant should not happen  to be enjoying the smiles;and approbation of  the ������;powers that; be/7 but,otherwise there  plight be, no difficrilty to find cause to throw  it out of court.   True it is, there is an appeal  t) a h Igh er co urt, bn t ,few can arTo rd the ex-  p:use, and m os t ��������� in en wpii 1 cl sub mi t. to a 1 i11' e  w;ong rather than go through the pluckii g  th a 11 a.wy ers' .c 1 orks. an d sh er i & would gi ve  him (and when such get a subject it is little  merev' ft gets) j  and the authorIty wh.ose  function it is to put some check upon su h:  " birds of prey^ recognises,their proceedings  very leniently, as witness.a late case, of the  sheriff for extravagant charges.  ",''V.    ..;   ������������������,'.;...[Prospkctok.  Slasher and Graslier!  Wib beplayoii ��������� .   ���������  - *���������.'/':,  afte?* TbC ^'C ������f iierforhiauce will bo stated here.  <ef2r Perform-  'j.JSSSf?Doors open at   P^iijht o'clock',  dhce to commenco at 8:50 o'clock.  Admission $1.00.    IUiserved Seat?, $ 1 SO,    ,.  Tickets lor tbe reserve*) seats may be had ou application to .Mr. Geo. Gr.mt,: Barkerville.  A FOURTH of the Rrounn tr>rt   **  n     Co. on Stout Gulch t������D as ^NlTrC  Deep Channel Divines   at'SSI-fe,|,8 "* &!$*���������  Of.tbO gENTIVEL.  .JJPt*?���������1*?* "My SyjS  THE HANK OP BRTTISff COLimnrl " ���������'  1 ;> remit GOLD BARS toviffi1 U Is m  in������0aper cent,  of the S������n fS?U,T^Wr  value),. and; charging a co&fiSgS��������� ^ fe  on tlie not roiunis. ..".-,.     ��������� .   of ^c-pwcS  ;.   Bank orBrit^hColSni^^ S' '^k ^'  ParkenjIl^^Tth-iioOTa^igro f    ��������� .  ;' ���������  notice;  DARNAUD^ EXPREas WIU NOTUrn,,  L>   Wo Wr Pwromrcre' ^������������, Zft11^  unless the charges on value of KiJ?!^"! ������itel  "��������� ��������� ���������-���������       :       ���������    BiTh 'prv|H,i  ���������-piiK, hitdso.vs bay co. are 'rnrni^ ;  1 receive at par value, a t their <?,^-ARED *  viUo, in exclnintrc for Merelmi,Ste rl'"^  sued from the Govcrnmon't tev oin^D BAI������  Social Ball.  ParkcrvfHe, July 12, I860  JOHN M.WARit,  Agent.  J������l42m  W,r^U(L���������',nIU ��������� -Uk0  TilA0������-.?iit the Theatre  isro 5 *\?1* B^rkorvillo, on WEDNESDAY, Sopt. 15  ^8S?\V.yl������rihe-dirtectlonW iHSS.ROSA.: '     P .   ?'  ......iicKets,.So:;;,-v-.r..,;-v:-.".--        ���������.,���������������������������..   sm 2l  jy. Girt. E:A W, G OODSl ;;' ���������  Boots/ Slioes, Giothmg and  ���������';,;':.'���������;,  groceries, ��������� ; ?:���������";.,;��������� ���������/../.  .'-^������������������:OP;-^-H:E:'B;E;ST^ ;:  For sale:at; toe Store of the"undersigned fa. Barkei;  fille,opjiosit������:the Bank of British Columbia.;'���������":.   V  -;-. -:���������.":.      ���������������������������- '��������� W,';-RENXiE.'. ���������..  ��������� NOTICE.'  ,4 LL PERSONS indebted to the Arm or'\*���������'':-  ������������������A '.PRAROV, of Barkerville BG   ������rt?l AU^k  seitlothcir accounts before  ti> ibihari^^i  next and all persons,having clM.us L'aLf f^  ;jrm.ire requested to-present their ���������SSK ftg1  ADAMS k PE.ARCV.  mfent.  I^arkervill  August 24,1869  In (hi  eHtf-;-> '���������'.������������������.������������������������������������������������������.;asusual."-;..���������:���������;:��������� ;v:;-.:^''- J-.  Special   Services,  ���������1 SERIES of Special Services will be hoM n m  A ��������� THEATRE: on SUNDAY MORNrKGS,, at Klmii  o fcl oc k, a a d, S (J S' I> A V B VE KINGS,. n i Seve n ti?ckK |  - Subjects.::..,������SnoVlay." Sforniriga^" Old    Tcstanifiii |  He roes'.-}',   So n cl ay E von i ngs���������"The Re velalio'n."  ���������^ep ���������������',' 12��������� Mora i n g���������Ab ra ham.   Even; ng���������-P.t trims.  Sept. 1Q���������Morning��������� Jacob.   -Evening ���������"Coihe u]  Sept.   2f3���������^Morning���������David.      Evening���������Christ vie-  Oct:   3���������Mo rn i ng���������Da n ii L   : E vc d i ng���������Tlio* Ci ty i{ j  ���������       '..."���������'���������"���������'��������� "God..'   ���������: ,;���������',/ ���������."'':"' ' Sell  fim,E?S  :csnBiifiB (&mmM toisyJ  rriy26 At DkNOUVION:.&:,KURTZ-~  DRTJG-STORE.  QNl&M  S  FOR: SALE.  LILLOOET  ONIONS, of tho host .quality-and  spleh^ld condition: (or sa)������> chen p.. at;..  ���������'���������:..' B. EDWARDS' Store,  . ,.au251m' '. . "��������� Barkerville.  in  LUMBER !   L  ������R !  ������i Ul'  P Jf^'^V?1 DlSCOtKRt" OP THE AGB.-  i..obinsoa a oo ebi-ated Ma?ic Sonn has   ust  ���������,?&.Z ?!a'lerP ���������",le woria t0 A ce  .in au,ele to compete will! this soap. It not  OTly. removes paint, pitch, tar, Ao^from the  eparsest and finest fabrics, fan itaho does  away with all the washboard., and nach^s  U������t have been indented during the past ton  years to wear ont hands and clothed and  after one year's use it has been proved not  to injure the clothea in the slightest dcW  taT?nTOJ,4vanta������?.0���������' *������ other 2?bm  ^eT?,nS( cheaper-one pound doinjr m ore  wash ng than two pounds of any common V.  tele now m use.   For sale at Mr James   p  laylort drug store,, and some of  tte  nrin  cipal stores in town.   A resnanl;'t        P  is wanted to act as a������ett  tlTr, ������    ml������tt  quire at this office.   ������        ������l Canboo,   En-  probation of those who use it      1,Clt Ule ,aP  of^K|hf^^-Stood the test  Urely thci mp^orted Ch'artres c^;rsC<led 1ea"  now kept and 80,d by *������������,������&& gjj.  MESSRS.' MEACBAM & .YASON are  prepared  to  PLANING     MACHINE  siSlh^nnT n'c! f up,p1y pressed mmm at  ������*Lo per thousand.    Shingly, $12 per t  ;,TA'S;-\P-;;'TAY]iOR*lwireig"'to state Hint he .still lewpi  0 , on hi?businessat the old sla'niJ,'wH^re,\n bj  PatentMeilfcinesof all kinds on band. Also.'KitKSH  GA n\) E NT S E E OS; ���������; l*resc r I p t fc>u s'c-i re fu 11 y' c^mp^uul-  ed a t' reason able ra tes.    -N e x t door io 0 u n i o 1s 3 re���������������'  B irkervilig.-'-M-iy S.'.i'^CO.-, -,������������������'���������':j ������������������/    .���������':'.':! -  .lai'-.' ':  WATCH MA K:E rB  '  - .   V / .. ��������� ANP ���������  ���������:        ;XE  barkerville;  BarkervHle, Mayl, l$m.  ���������-���������-au2I tf  thousand.  New 'Dominion   ���������������������������  ���������MBiiiiG mm,  A.   D.   M'iNNES  PAINLESS  TOOTH   EXTRACTION.  D*R. CIUPRIS PREPARED TO EXTRACT TEETH  and perform short operations without pain.lijr  lm aid of the apparatus discovered by Dr, RicbanlsoD,  . i. .fn-*?n ��������� Tn ^s vnl u**1 blc discovery pro .iucea fosen..  sibiiityin the part alone, and renders uunecessary  the administraiion of chloroform.  OFFICE���������Next to Rennie's Boot store. Barkerviilo.  Oifloo- Fee,   $5;   Teeth extracted, or Oiled with Gold,  '.������������������"���������".''.'=.*'.��������� :'���������'���������.    "':���������'. myl 6m   ���������  5jO  HEREBY announces that he has opened bis Kew  ; Boardiag.House, '  ��������� :;.'';NE������T.a:o Vhe assay office, :  ���������: CARKERVrLLB,  to which ho invites nil who desire first-class Board  at moderate rates.    Cleanliness in the Cooking De-"  partment may bo reiied on, as he bas engaged the  services of a 'first-class fWHITE) Cook.  %&* LIQUORS AN'O  G/GA&s of the best brands  may be obtained at the Bar. . . aul4  43  GENERAL   DEALERS  AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS  BARKERVILLE,  Have now on hand a large assortment of  6B0GEBIES, 'LIQUORS, TOBACCO-  ���������AND���������  (general  Merchandize:  Barkerville, July 1.3, 1669. j uW lm  FARRIERS & GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.  H Barkerville,  AVE purohflsod the stand formerly occupied fo- \  C. Campbell, and will execute orders for ill���������  shoeing and Blacksmith work of every tescLlTTi  tho lowest, rnt.oa * tJt������:,'Piion at  TENDERS his sincere thanks to those \vhoiiflr������  favored him with their patronage .on'Sfosquilo  Creek and elsewhere, and bogs to inform Ids frkute  and tho public generally that he has commenced  business at Barkorviile in the"store recently occupied  by C. DODERO, where he has a stock of  GROCERIES  AND PRO VISIONS,  BOOTS,   CLOTHING,  WINES, LIQUORS, TOBACCO & CIGARS  "Mistsa Implements, &c, &c.  Orders from friends on outside crocks promptly attended to.  I������", Consignments of-goods from Victoria mM  Colonial produce from farmers will receive bis greatest attention and care.  Barkerville, August 25,1809. au2S tf  150-Mile_H0Tise. ,r~  THE undersigned, proprietors of the above well-  known and favorably situated establishment,  having purchased tho same from E. Tormey, ileslro to  m.orm their friends and the public generally that they  are now prepared to fafford every accommodation to  travellers and others at tho most reasonable chars08-  The table is supplied with all the substantiate ftn'j  luxuries available in the. country, and prompt attention given to the wishes of the -guests' t  The Bar is stocked with tho very best brands ot  Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  The Stables are spacious and comfortable and attended to by.first class hostlers. ' A plentiful supply  of the best provender of all kinds always on hand.  In short, every convenience and facility conducive  ... 0 t0 the comfort of man  and beast will bo found, and  fif&* Every convenience for PHCETVfS  nv/v u".,    i   ��������� proprietors will spare no effort to give entire iwtl*  despatch.  *        [?}*  ?**������& with | faction to all who may patronize the establishment. ,  A ugitst 20thy IS09. . ADIEU &��������� BARK ?. /?������������������  ~~^ MINING INTELLIGENCE. ' "';  WILUAM CKEKK.        :  cleaned  up 41 oz.  who have  last  not  "������*^ i^X^'W '^ir. drift  *ot Sn d up 0 o* The Sua Fnncbo.  cwe'j^ ,,������-18 oz (or tho week.: The  c0-, f mil co   were 1 varaitlioing, and tho  ance co. are getting g0od prospects. The  Bradley, co. have stopped work, and t!l(i C01���������.  panics who have been searching for the hill  channel have given up work having that ol  ect in view Upon the success of the Minnehaha depends he favorable opinion receX  he Id nbcm this creek. The Udlavr co. a re  doing >vci:, clearing about 4 ol a day Irom  the work of eighf Cl.ma.aeri, aod Mr. Laidlaw  intends to put on thirty more.  RQAU TRAFFIC,  "Wow the canyon  The Barker co.Vwashed  -Campbell  toZ for the" week ; the Foster-Campoeii  ��������� r 50 oiTtl������ Cariboo CO.. 42 oz. ; and the  ?K'     'a  oz.    The  Borealis   co.  Sidiup at the rate of an ounce per day to  to hand.   The California Tunnel co. are still  ��������� Caledonia co..   so oz  lrosnoct]ng"The i'rolrfc Elower claim pays  SXb wry  week.: .Tie  1W- to*  Si    eqimlly rich, but the expense o  ���������fflaeisW^; Tho Hibermn and El  Bolero cos, working id the hill, are making  , over tyngea.  stout gulch.  The Muoho Ovo co. washed \ip -10 oz. ; the  TaflVale oo.. IC9 02. : and the .Coomb* oo.,  ��������� iu ������   The Fiovd CO.. who are  widening  'out to get at another part of. the  ground,  washed ;np IS o&   ���������  conkux gulukJ .-.  The Felix co. wasK'oa"up 72 oz. for the  veekUad the McDowell co.f:7l oz. The  White Pine co. are getting well, in with their  tunnel. . The Renfrew co. had their diggings  ft! led with water last we oil; from a cave in  (lib Eclipse tunnel, whore it rims through the  intermediate claim. -Tlie Gourock co. had  not reached tbe channel indicated, byv: the  ivasth found in thek tunnel, btit.CHcoriMging  V1 pros pec is cu a tinned to be. obtained . us they  progressed. ������������������ ���������   ���������',..���������  B FSEXCD GREEK.  The Cosmopolitans were   forced   out- of  liteir shaU by W11 ei*, Im-t being 'jiaiisfi ed fro m  .tlie pm pec i������ ������ h 1 ai ued tliat t he re i s a channel  in tiieirgrutuid, they intend to run a. tunnel,  LOWUKK CRKHS.;  ' Wry ���������little is being done on ibis crock as,  -n*3������p*������Cii' tho yield of gold:    A fewmen are  ia -i k: ng wages, ��������� ��������� a n d . 111 e Blaok Du 1 \ \ a a<1. Vic*  . io r i ;i 'tn u n e j s' ar e going ,������ head >::   1 "fo a q im viz  x*i-f takt- n u p by ii &&> r< M e11eh am. Naso n,  NeufftHtT  and   others lias  been  laid over  . ua* i 1 mi illag fadlUies b eeo m o a va i lab 1 e..  m 0.531: iro -creek.  The. hr&m  pir: of the Minnehaha. co.'s  ground tow care 1. and  t'v.h'pt among  the  headings  Tj������������> IIrteAiiig.fi*>, are nuking-wages,''.-The  Wiilc-'.v "co. are sinking, a shall to work thr  top slreak.' The- Chhuu/itui in the Point co.'s  ground are nuking-from -P> to $7-per day.  The Tabb co.'s grn\m*l - te ��������� p ��������� ��������� y 1 ng w n.g*# ; Hmil  Ihe 1 lisco ve 17 co. a re  (mug w e 11 ���������ni ak i mr  ahout o.q oe.r.ce to ������20 per day.  man co. nre sinking ash alt ; and" 1  co. arc making.wajj������s. .  The Martin ci:>. are driving a tunnel to  reach a lower point, of ihe vein of quartz  tnao was obtained piwiou^v. This quartz  contains lead and sulsdmreu of Iron, aud  gold wJrcqnosiU? peicepiiblc to the eve.  ihe Wright vein of quartz-is also lookf  The following teams, and trains left Yale  for tho upper country during the week end-  nig Sept. 4 :    '...,.  ���������r^^^lF' S1,erniai^ *������im forSavona  fyiry., 11,000 lbs. goods for Hudson's Bay'co.  J. bheminn'3 team tor, Soda creek : 1(5,000  ib.vgoodd for E. Tie. .r  Sept. 1���������J. La\vran'co?8 team for Soda  creek ; 10,800 lbs. ffoods for R.Tie, G. Briw.'.  and L. Manetta. Geo. Dunn's team for Soda  creek; 20,000 lbs. goods for K. Ii. & Co.  o-pt. .2-rAh   Wang strain  for Forks of  Quesnolle:   G.000 lbs. goods for .Tang Chin,  II. B0 Co/s team for Soda -creek ; 13,000 lbs  oi goods for H. I*.. Co.  Sept .H~J. C. , Hecvly's learns ,for Soda  creek; 29,700 lbs. goods for Beedy & Lind.  iuird, P. Neufelder, F. L;.& L, C; and ii, and  others. 1?  creek ,*  Sept.  BimKa-Tho strike on Dragon creek is  r������lL������LUle m������fc Important that has taken  Ci fno ^lf "r*, Dl"alS������D creek !s ttb0^ four  hve miles in length, and we believe had  never been prospected until the present com-  pany  took it  in band.   They commenced,  operations about ten months ago and sank  two shafts, from both of which-they obtained  such prospects as warranted them in running  the tunnel, irom a blind shaft in which they  earson   Bros,   team   for William  7,100 lbs. goods for Pearson Bros. ���������  ,4���������Chi Gome's team for Soda creek ;  12.500, lb?, poods for K..L. & Co.   J. Turk's  U" '    '  ram tor Wilfiato. creek j..,14,800 lbs. goods for  1 ������i*.rftra*is. '������������������"'.���������  j'rouss.  GOODS ON THE WAY.  The steamer Enterprise a'rri.vbd at New  \Vestrainster on the 3d InaL, with goods ad-  dressed us.follows :    .   u  '���������������������������."��������� .,..;.���������,...  Diamond G; Bros, .2 pkq;s : J. R., 2 pkgs":  circle BT 56;pbgfi; J. IfJr.,'4 pkgs ; C; W.i  ���������t 9 p I?gs":. d ia mo n t\ B, 5 pkgs; \X \ a m 0 n d &\  HI7 pkgs ; Holloway, 3 pkgs ; V.Q.t 21 pkgs:  C...3frou?s. 11!) pligs ; .diamond.J?., 3S pkgs ;  Johnston, 1 pkg ; Dunbar. 1 pkg : J. Q., ii  pkgs ;...K0ssf 1 pkg���������.: McCa 11um, 3 pkgs: diamond W., 5 pkgs ; \V. L:. 5 pkgs ; L Y., 98  pkgs I K. h., 780 pkgs,; G., 1 pkg ; diamond  j. ji. 1H pkgs ; De Nouvi0n & Kurtz, 12 pkgs:  diambnd P. M.; 3 *'pkgs'; G dtam0nd G.' 57  nkgs ;.'��������� G dia L, 9 pkgs ; II B. C, 17Tpkgs.  .Pctbl?c ^fwixd���������A meeting of the inhabitants of  Barkerville was held on Ivj0nday  night last in the Then ire to take into consid-  eraiion the foribceming visit of the Governor  wi(h the vIew 0f tendering a we 1 corne to bis  , Excellency   as  the   Representative   of  the  is go \p g on j Qj t een, a n d to sh 0 w th e i r ap p rec ia ti on of the  a n d   t a i I i n *js. 1 ^ ro m p tn e ss d Is p 1 ay ed  b y such y isi t to wards  tn a k i ng hi msel f k n 0 w n to the ni os t i mp or tan t  sections of tlie colony and personally becoming acquainted with their wants and .wishes,  k ;Neniel J e r, Esq., was ii n a n im 0us 1 y cai led  to   the  chair, and  Hon.   Henry  Harelo'ck object of. tMs meeting was to take  namea as Secretary.    The chairman, after        3 -���������i"���������"~ *u"'>"""" "n "!"  The Hoi. I stating the business of .tho meeting, paid a  he Jeli'ree  few appropriate compliments to (he energy  eued over 100 .feet more before' bed-rock  shall have been .reached. Let no one say  there is no" enterprise or energy in this country, while miners, unassisted by capital',  undertake such, works; as these. If the colonists generally, were to show an equal  spirit of enterprise there would soon be no  cause to somplain of the backward condition  of British Columbia. "But we commenced by  alluding.to the importance of'this new strike.  There are many creeks in the vicinity of  Dragon creek that have'nevei felt the touch  of pick and shovel, and this new strike will  draw attention to them. The prospect obtained is not a very rich one, but it is sufficient to warrant confirmation of the opinion  that.'extensive deposits of gold that will pay  well will be found on Dragon creek and the  other .neighboring creeks. .Well satisfied  with their prospects, the Discovery company  believe their long and arduous labors will be  well rewarded. Thus another new creek has  this year:been added to .the list of gold-bearing creeks, and Ave believe the only oue since  the opening of Mosquito creek in 1866:  French creek has not yet been sufficiently  p r osp e'e te d to de term i n e whether i t may b e  numbered among the roll, of gold-bearing  creeks,; although enough. has been done to  justify belief that' thechann el at the head of  Conklin giiieb,1: discovered, this spring, runs  down that creek. As the old creeks dwindle  in importance through the depletion of their  treasures, new ������������������ bues arc opened, or new  strikes are made in old ones. William creek  will soon acquire fresh reputation on the  completion of. the Ballarat tunnel, as will  also Grouse creek by the completion of the  Waverley tunnel. Altogether, the prospects  of Cariboo .'offer no appreciable cause for de-  spondency. ���������. Next year quartz will present a  lively feajure. Several reefs have been  located, and a firm determination to test this  hitherto neglected source of wealth is mani-  fest. When it shall have been demonstrated  th a t quar 1 a; m in i ng in Cari b00 w 111 pay- there  will be little difficulty. in��������� increasing the new  industry created hy local efforts, "by the  influx of capital from abroad seeking investment,, Let-us first prove that there is a good  Oeld for investment here, and then we may  justifiably ask the co-operation of men of  means.-' ., ';.-  m  casings  well, and the decomposed rock and  continue to pay wages by rocking.  nun gulch.  _ the Butcher co. are making about wages.  itiQ lorn & Jerry co. have bottomed their  new shaft and .obtained a smalt prospect,  tvuirsAw actoir.  The Discovery 20. are making $7 and.S8  W day to the hand ; and theMlit-or-Miss co.  ' Xm onng a tunnal fl,u> il!0 WI, out of  ^hich they are getting small pay.  COL'LTEH CftBKK-  ; ^company working on this creek are  "jarauUc apparatus.  rigging up  nariTxiNG gukek.  0nTFri^T������CO' aro (loin- esccedinglv well.  ho r y S^ ?r0t 1S 07"> wil}) OnoVck. for  AS LinT)li.Vai\Winkl0 ���������' tore com.  ick  t  ������dmm atV arft cuUin^ ������tit a pad-  il^  ^r tbn  machinery,   wbieli   is being  The Vic-  ioined to-  l"ini/lU   t ������  "���������wu'u*.^)     " UlUIl  * L?*  ^"Monvw cos. have  EUl'cr for prospecting purposes.    "  DKAQON OnEEIC.  in.nol 1   ? bl,n<? shaft tl!a-V sank in  good  their  since  hauvky enni- K.  hXoX^'eo^ho havc b^cn ������*-  ������Sl now5 ZlT��������� ^ ������P^t to do  ���������"M'Wb dowig well, and the. Persevcr-  of the Governor in seeking immediately after  his arrival to become .acquainted with the  country and the views of the people., and then  announced his readiness to entertain suggestions,-   The Hon. It.W, W. Carrall, in a rattling speech, opened the proceedings by dwelling upon the ability of the Governor as displayed in other colonies, and the unanimous  approval, on the part of the people, of what  his Excellency had done, and pointed to his  tour .through the colony as an illustration of  his active qualifications for the position lie  held.   Such a Governor  should receive a  cordial, hearty welcome. .On motion, a committee was appointed to frame an address of  welcome.    The chairman, and Mr. Talieson  Evan-s, Hon. R. W. W. Carrall, Messrs. J. b.j  Thompson. T. Uriggs, E. Pearson and L^\J  Thvviu"- were nominated by the meeting and I  eleete-i as such committee.   A resolution also  naiied for a committee of reception arrange-  ments and eiilertainment,   Messrs. Charle, b.  Jones, J. Wark, F. DeNouvion. D  Greer. -  Cauuu-on, F.^enfelder, J. Adair,J.\Vickham.  Kir Reynard. R HoU, T Pattul 0. and  D. Kane were nominated and elected for such  commUtec.   After .discussion ^wg fton  MiL'-estions made with a view to the ins rue  Sm of the latter committee, fol owed by a  vote of thanks to the chairman, tue meeting  adjourned.  \rriCOTTOKU..-Goo. Drisselt has a farm  ai' Uo'-noull, of KoKhl*T, .on ,tto Un oo  X^^lt%V pa/ooD"itfc  tultUo^^t^oUhrLnwe,..   This is  FrRK Brigadr MKEnxo���������A special meeting  of the Fire Brigade was held on Monday evening, "Gapft. J. Oppenheiiner in the chair. The  steps toward receiving the Governor on his approaching visit to Barkerville. A resolution was  unanimously agreed to that the Brigade on  re'eeiving info 1 matiba 0f bis Excellen cy?s ap-  proach should turnout in uniform and march  to meet him.; A committee was appointed to  frame an address of welcome to his Excellency. I. Oppenheiiner. EsO;:, Captain of the  Brigade, Geo. Grant, Esq., Secretary, and  Hon. H. Havelock, were appointed, as such  committee. Messrs'. "J. Bruce, W. W. Hill and  W. Ken uie were appointed a committee to  make arrangements to receive his Excellency;  and the meeting adjourned., We understand  it is the intention of the committee of ar:  ran semen ts to raise a triumphal arch extending ~from the Firemen-s Hall to tbe building  opposite.; Various other marks of:respect,  and of attention to the Representative of her  Majesty are in contemplation by the committee.  DciRTZ.���������On the right bank of Conklin  n-uleh, below Fi-ench creek, there is a quartz  fedo-e which is traceable for 30 or 40 yards.  U is a little above the Grouse creek trail,  [looking at it the other day, we did not see  any stakes to indicate that it has been  claimed. Mosquito creek, although much  lessened in importance recently, promises to  figure prominently as a quartz locale at no  dfslant clay. We understand that should the  quartz veins there now being prospected turn  nut as.well as they look, after thoroughly  them by means of ihe test-mill reordered,   another  quartz  mill will  out  testing  ccntly  ex  Hy,  ance.  Coumv-Thero were no  Count* Court yesterday,  shortly thereafter be placed on the creek, so  that the quartz can be conveniently* wowed.  A Good Intsstkext.���������An interest in the  Taffvaic co.'s ground, on Stout gulch, which  was sold for S5.O00 in July last. h*s already  naid dividends amounting to $4,200, and pro-  ablv treble this amount will be forthcoming  before the claim shall have been exhausted  of its wealth.  DEFERr.En-Owiog to its \engih, Mr Davis'  > has been deferred until our next issue.  rnKATRiCAL���������We understand; it is the intention of the Cariboo Amateur Club to give  a performance shortly after the Governor's  arrival m Barkerville, and,that His Excel-  lency will be invited to attend.   Two dashing  pieces, have   been   selocted   lot   the  occasion, and are now in preparation.   In  this isolated part of the world, so far away  !L������"S ibe ^}eQitles.of social-influences, a-  good-. dramatic performance will be some-  P"0f a,novelty, if not, a treat, to His  excellency, and we have no doubt that lid"  mA���������cheerfully accept the invitation., Con-  siUered in connection with the scanty popu-  lutumv.'and  the  surrounding ���������,matenaHzinir  circumstances, ; always  inseparable from a  newly settled country, and especially so in  Cariboo, no better theatrical entertainment  can anywhere be presented than any that  have been given by the Cariboo Amafeam  in Barkerville ; and wc trust that the club  will do their best to render the proposed  performance as good as on previous occasions,   [Since the above was in type we have  received an advertisement announcing Ibe  performance^ the'data of which will bo fixed  to suit His Excellency's convenience, and  will be published in the usual prog'rumracs  of the day.] r :  ':Poou;Orma.\dt'!���������Tbero are few particulars to relate in connection with the unfortunate accident by which Mr Ormandy met *  his death. It appears that the unfortunate  gentleman was walking along tbe guard of  the steamer Lillooet on Sunday, the 5th inst.,  while she was laying at Yale, wtien he was  precipitated into the river by the sliding of  some boards upon which he, was.walking.  He fell into tbe. Eraser on th e ofTside of the  steamer. An Indian':woman, who was standing on the shore, saw him fall and : raised a  cry of alarm. The officers and. crew ot: the  steamer were at dinner at tlie time and beard  a splash, when, 1 earaing��������� the cause, they un-  mediately did their best, to save, him, but  without avail. Mr Ormandy was, born at  Gleaston Castle, in the.district of ��������� Furness,  Lancashire, about three and a"half miles from  tho town .0f Utv'erst0ne.? His brother and  rsister how live at the castle. The property  has,been in,the occupation of the family for  generations.-, ���������  PiCKwicKiAXi.���������-A prominent, member of  the Barkervil le Pick wick Cl ub j who Iuxur-  iates dn legislative and pro fessi on a l distinction, actual lycaug*ht a bird the other day with  his hand.'. and withou fc the use of sal fc.   The  ran* fey of this Teat. den ves additional interest  from the rarity of the bird, which is likely to  furn ish an q ther in teres; ing ; th em e for tha  club, whose ornithological members- are divided in opinion-as to whether it is y a hawk  or a band-saw."   That it is an ornithoryn-  chus appears to be very generally accepted.  The enthusiastic feelings with which the club  received this, new subject for the development  of their scientific and philosophical  minds fully justifies the proverb that "a bird  in hand is worth two iu the bush." ���������.  Trails.���������.Yesterday Mr. Fitzgerald, started  put to look at the old Keithley creek trail, .  which is being repaired by Mr. Green, at the  expense of the government and the miners  and others interested. It, is intended-to  make the trail good from Keithley creek to  Harvey creek. ;'���������;������������������'.������������������=.  Cheap.���������An interest in the Ericspn co.'s  claim, on Conklin gulch, sold for $6 at auction on Saturday last, and an interest in the  Minnehaha claim, Mosquito creek, sold for  $10.     \  .r" ���������  Take bfMEDiXTE AcTrpK--The committee  appointed at. the public meeting on Monday  evening should assemble as early as possible  and prepare to carry out the .wishes of the  inhabitants.    ,.:������������������'������������������.  Ball To-Nigftt���������A social ball under the  direction of Miss Rosa, will be held at the  Theatre this evening. Miss Rpsafs popularity  should ensure a good attendance.  The  English  colony  in Brazil fared as  badly as the American. Twenty-five of them  arrived at Rio in an utterly 'destitute condition, and, the English residents had to make  up a subscription to send them home.  Women are gradually working into all tho  employments heretofore considered the sole  propert? of the other sex. A Miss Hattio  Bean has been arrested in Portland for robbing the mails.  i : ' ���������  1  V  '  f  *  ���������  i  t  ������������������  1  ;  <  ���������  .-.  ������  ���������  t  i  :  ���������  The coal formations of Nova Scotia extend  Newfoundland, where they exist to a yet  unascertained extent. Doubtless, when theso  coal-beds come to be developed th������y will  prove  the  source  of great wealth to the  Island. ; ���������  George Reitter, President of tbe First  National Bank at Memphis, was arrested in  this citv, charged with embezzling $600,000  of the School Fund of Tennessee,  ���������������&  sieHSi^l '-.'  ���������>--.���������"'"-���������:������������������;��������� :?=?4=?*~.<���������1:\;::r._ ...  REPUBLICAN SIMPLICITY.  [Correspondence New York Herald.]  The White House is in a topsy-turvy con^  ���������M tion just now, and the servants, in imitation  ���������of their ;masi������r; and mistress,-are- taking: a  ���������little recreation/; When the ���������������������������" President ������������������ ar?  rived, this morning, his reception was rather  } cool and disheartening afterthe lionizing at  Long Branch,   About 8 o'clock he sallied  forth, like an ordinary Government cierk>in  search of his breakfast.   He was resolved to  "������������������., patronize onaVjof the {fashionable establish-  ���������i ments^ probably vrlih - a ��������� view to getting a  :' b re akfast th at' would .; remi nd ��������� hi m' ��������� i Q. some  . degree-of Long. Branch.   lie hauled up ��������� at  ��������� Wei ker's, wh ich is a sh or t d is tance fro m' the  Wh i te Ho use.   The Pres iden t was o n foot  and dressed as usual in ; a black slab-tailed  frock coat, and, a tall, black stovepipe /hat.  .Going up the steps he looked in at the dining-room, where a gentleman wasj sitting at  breakfast.     Grant   had  a bewildered  air  abou i: him, as if he had got into the wrong  shop.  ���������' Good morning, General," said the gentleman at breakfast, reognizing him.  Grant nodded mechanically, and muttered  something that sounded like "good morning,"  all the time keeping his eyes at work, as if  looking for a place to sit down. Finally he  went up to the desk of the restaurant and  accosted tbe genius who "take3 your money."  Grant���������" I want a private room and breakfast as quick as possible.". -..  . Peter (eyeing the General narrowly, as if  to measure the length of Ms purse)���������"You  can't have a private room here, sir. There's  a dining-room,''.pointing to the room where  the gentleman already mentioned was quietly  enjoying his beefsteak and coffee.  The President looked confused and- astonished at tlie idea of his not being considered  : goud. for his breakfast like any other man.  He at once turned and beat a rapid retreat  .out of the house, evidently disgusted with  : his reception. When he bad gone, the gen-  ' tleman in the dining-room called Peter, and  ; asked him if he knew who that person was.  ��������� Peter���������" No, sir.".   . -   \  .   Gentleman���������V Peter,  that was  President  Grant."  Peter���������" The devil you say."  Gentleman���������" Yes, indeed."  Peter���������" Why don't he come like a gentleman, in a carriage, and not like an old shoemaker with'his Sunday clothes on?   How  did I know he had money enough to pay for  a private room and his breakfast ?"  MISCELLANEOUS.  A London firm has obtained a patent for a  ���������'��������� method, startling to " old salts,", for catching  ' whales by means of electricity. By their plan  every whaleboat is provided with a galvanic  "battery. Wires from opposite poles run cloven  . to the points of each set of harpoons. When  the whale is sufficiently near, two harpoons  are thrown as nearly simultaneously as possible, and when imbedded, the flesh of the  ' monster completes the circuit.  The charge is  , expected to be sufficiently 6trong to paralyze  the animal, so tbat a small boat may advance  and despatch him at leisure.  An English medical writer attributes the  great increase of heart disease to bolting  meab hurriedly at railroad stations, and then  , making a rush for the cars. The slight pain  felt by some, after such an effort, in the region of the heart, is said to be almost as significant; as would" be the pain of a stab in  that vital organ.  ' A traveller la Pennsylvania asked the  ��������� landlord if they had any cases of sunstroke  ! in the town.   "No, sir," said the landlord ;  "if a man gets drunk here, we say he is  drunk, and never call it by any other name."  The North German Government has decided to send mails through by way of the  Pacific Railroad to China, Japan, and the  Indies/  BRITISH  [Incorporated by Royal Charter,: 1862].  CAPITAL, ��������� -.'"!'-.>.*-:-'':���������.:-  -|r;':$2,500,0.00..  V'v v':,':/ : *Wi tli power to increase.;/';!'- "/''//���������  '{,  '"��������� Drafts issued 6h. the Bank's branches  m: VANCOUVER ISLAND ���������VICTORIA.  ���������^'-;'/;'.V/:;;'';In-the-tJn.ite(a States": ���������/..���������''-*'��������� ������������������'::.���������  CALIFORNIA,   -/ * ^ SAN FRANCISCO.  OREGON,   ;:--    ���������-      -PORTLAND.  NEW lYORK, :>.^-?;Mpe!to;. ;Bell :&,>Gdxd;rt,  v. Agents for the Bank of Montreal. ���������.;    ���������/;  ON CANADA���������The Bank pf Montreal. ��������� /^.  ON SCOTLAND���������The; British /Liaeh Com-  ','.... ;p any Js Bank. '^���������:���������������������������'..'..;' <':'-.; -:���������������������������'���������;:���������";'  ON IRELAND^The Bank 'of Ireland. l  ON MEXICO and SOUTH AMERICA���������Tho  London Bank of Mexico aud Sou tli  America.  ON ENGLAND���������The Bank of British Columbia���������Head Office���������East India Avenue,  Loadenhall street.  HOTELS,.RESTAURANTS, &c.  Miners9 Bbardiiig Kottse/  The, undersigned desires to announce  that lie has purchased the House and business or  th o above cstablishmeu t,' and sbl'i'ci is a con ti nuance  of custorn.  : Tho price of 'Board' will romain as bcfore.  BOARD, ,$12 per Week.   SlnTtLB MsALSySL  '''.���������':: ���������  SAMUEL WALKER. ���������  Barkcrville, July 27, IS69:   , ju28 tf  yiCTORIA ADVERTISEMENTsJ  LOWE   BROS.,  Importers -and .Commission  Merchants,  Insuftnl  ������������������::\i::'^:'r /������������������..'--.Agents,'etc.;/���������;���������������������������. !   " H  Warf Street,/ : r :,:-...;���������  v.  .,..>,   y^ ||  M  JOSHUA A. LOTT.  PREii. w. croudace;  GOLD DUST AEB BASS PURCHASED  Received oa Deposit, or Advances made on them. ���������  TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFERS  Granted on Victoria, San Francisco, Portland, and  New York.  Every description of Banking Business transacted.  '   CHARLES S. .10XES, Agent..  William Creek, Cariboo.  ���������   >'  Miners' Provision   Store.  BARKERVILLE,  Next Door to Sentinel Office.  T this Establishment will always be found a well  selected and varied assortment'of the  FRESHEST GROCERIES & PROVISIONS  IN CARIBOO.  ALSO���������A good selection Of Clothing, Hardware, Glass  and Crockery.   Best.brands of Tobacco,  ��������� Medicines, etc., etc.  Best Java Coffee Roasted and Ground  DAILY.  ALL GOODS SOLD AT LOWEST RATES.  Tbe BAR is fully supplied with the choicest  Havana Cigars, Wines and Liquors.  I trust by strict attention to business, and fair and  square dealing, to merit a con ii nuance of Uio liberal  patronage heretofore extended to me.  A largo lot of HEYWOOD'S celebrated BACON:  for sale, at a very low figure.  Feb. 20, 1809. . '. . 3m  Sheet and Cast Iron Stoves  TIN PLATE _&_SHEET ffiON,  ALL JOBBING WORK IN TIN, CO ITER, Sheet  ������\. Iron, Zinc and Load Piping, attended to with  promptness, and warranted to give entire satis8  faction. *  Hardware, Iron & Steel,  Sj    Etc.,    Etc.  FOR SALE.  E. PEARSON & BROS..  Barkcrville.  DHALEltS    W  English. Ale and. Porter.  .:.-.������,������������������..      "ON.. DRAUGHT,'��������� /���������"���������-������������������>  ��������� CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS,.';  "No.   612   S A OR A HE N TO   STREET,  Above Montgomery, San Francisco,   nu 181m  NEW   EN GLAND  Bakery and Coffee" Saloon.  THE PROPRIETOR of tho above establisbiiicni would  respectfully inform his friends and -tho public in  pen en 1 tli at he* is hbvv prepared'to furnish theni witli  Bread of his own baking, having secured the assistance of a compoten t Baker, which ' en ab Ics; b im'.  defv competition. .-���������":        .  lie has al^o a COFFEE SALOON attached to tho  above, where none but the best Coffee, Pics and Cakes,  will be'Servoci.'���������'���������: v.:v'.--'^'v:   '��������� -"������������������;-���������'���������'���������.:.���������....,.;....���������������������������.  N.B.���������BREAD ^DE'LITEBBD to all. parts of the  Creek;,-;      ./���������'(,'-'i     ������������������;,!i:,v"'' ".���������"''"���������"'���������"'';���������'���������-'  :my22'::4m,-,  OC0IDENTA;ii^HGTELy  ���������!���������. 1' ������������������ ^<JOESNELMOUTff./. ���������' ;'���������  THE Proprietors o.r this i well known House tender  - thoir sincere thanks.to their friends and; the travelling public generally,. for th e i r pas 11 i ber a 1 pa t ran -  age, and.beg to;inform them that in order.to insure.a  continuance of the samo,'Board and; Lodging has been  rciiuccd to $3-50 per Day.-'��������� Single;lleals, $ 1 ,Q0.  Al 1 t\i&'.\uxurics that the cou ntry,. afford s a re ��������� con -  stanlly kept on' the table.; Private Parlors and Suits  of Rooms for Families. Tlie Bar is stocked with ihe  best brands, of Wines, Liquors arid Cigars. '���������'������������������ ������������������     ���������:;">.*;"  The Stable ds. well supplied :with tlie best Timothy  Oats, Hay andGrain. ��������� '    ���������'."-,' ; BROWN^. kJULIAS.  Qaeshelmotitb; May     .1SC9.  Tailor, (Successor to El Read,) GovemmlS  . -...,.. . - ���������. gtj^g-^���������. victoria..."    ���������'.'.'. ��������� ||  Orders attended to AvithcarQ an d d cspatcli.  :y::::*Un^-������.  tmjiortor of Books, Stationory, and Fancy  .     . :    MnnuUictuVea,' ���������"'���������������������������  , FORT' STREET, VICTORIA, B. C  May 1, 1SG0.    ' '' '' ' ���������, t. -' '   .   '  \  Vonii  Pacific  Telegrapli  Hi  STORE Stroet, between Herald and Fisgard, v|  ria. - Meals at all hours. Board and Lo(k'iu������ S|^  week/$6 50 @-$6 f50 .. Per day, $1. Siii"lo lacaSpfP  37 1-2 ceiits.   Beds, 50 cents.   ������������������=        v    ������\--y���������'*$$$  '���������'��������������������������� '   ������������������ ANDREW ASTRICO, PrWictorl   '"'  .-- May 1,1860,-..f .,- ���������>������������������',.= ���������-������������������ ;.���������'������:    ' 6m   .Hi  ATOHjfAKER, - JEWELJ,"ER.   ANp'������  gravcr. Govern ment s treet, noxt to^^  St. Nicholas Hoiel, Victoria, V. I.    ChroaM  oters and Watches, cleaned, repaired, and warrant!  Every description of Jewellery made.to order.   p[  and Ornamental Engraving neatly execiitod.  :  Mafl, 1869. ."-���������    ���������- ?';'/' --"/. '���������   Qm  Antelope Restaurant,  BA'RKERTILL;E,  J. MASON  J. DALY.  .::..-:.: :���������������������������  ;:   Proprietors,. .'. ---yy'.  Board, $1'S per W^eek.;... Single'.'..Meals,,.$1.  F&- OYSTER STEWS, LUNCHES, &0.  " Tlie best -of material is used, and all who'wish first-  class Board at the above rate can obtain tlie same ai  this establishment;' -. aull lm   ������������������  HOTEL   DE;  FRANCE  AA-yGr..:C. aEROW,   M  CARRIAGE   AND  :*WAG-ON. ,BUILD:^S  *.\ Corner Govern moht on cl Pandora Streets,   wB  ., ��������� East side, VicCona^ V. I., .   1  Executes orders for every description of vchicletSS  general assortment 'of Wngmis always on IwaijHl  May 1,1869i Cjiea? for' Cash.   . ��������� ��������� ������������������ -''-v������q9R  ���������~A'   CASA.MAYOTJ, M  .;���������",        :.;::i~ Wholesale Dealer in��������� ,^^fi  G-roceries,   P r.!o y i s i o'ii|p  Havana ;Cigars,'and French Preserves.   .nH  YafesStreet,;,;.^-.:. ;v:;--;;:  ������������������.   Victoria, V. l.,B^i|  IC'S;" A;:C^LMQIlE,f7������  IliR C W A N :T,:y T A J L C^  .   YATES STREET,- .    ..   ��������� '.t:.'9g  r^^i  -���������'t'? ;���������  FINE    BED    ROOMS   TO    LET.  *^v��������� DI oners for parties cooked to order.  ������������������;��������� -:'v. ':������������������;;. lecitySr & brun,; ';  myo ,6m .. .. .Proprietors.  Hon. Joseph Howe and Hon. McDouga]  have gone to Thunder Bay to inspect the  road now building from thence to the Red  nver.  BLACKSMITHING.  PMcEMTEE wishes to Inform hi a friends and the  ��������� ��������� public that he is prepared to do HOFtSBMHOR-  ING at $3 per set, ami all other kinds of Bln'oksmtth  work at reasonable rates.  RICHFIELD, July 23,1809. jyo > tr  SAWNEYS   LETTERS       "T  '   AND  CAR J BOOR HYMES;  ���������'     BY JAWES  ANDKUSON'. ''  PRICE,  one "doll an  For sale at the Sentinel O.lrlce, and f---.-var-i-rl :-  post, free of charge. s"      ,',,' "^' ���������'  new" j^^^^m~Amwen^^^^  Dispensing Chemist and Druggist.   Importer of English Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines  and  : Perfumery, Now WestminstfM- BO  FRESH GARDEN SEEDS CONSTANTLY ON HAND  ���������   Orders from up-country carefully attended to'.     "  May I, Lbbv.  ������������������      ��������� g,  mHOXXAS WALSH, Tailor, New Westmiimtrr"*~Fr**"  1 Clothing made to order at modcraTe^ rates aY  rVaySa?Lham1' ���������Bnsiish and 0rc������on Cloths. Order*  Srt? U1)"WUUtry att0U(lctl t0 with care ami  ^      *' , _..        m6  THE  UNDERSIGNED   BEGS'TO,, INFORM  HIS  friends and the pulilic, that he has fitted up sotu-  COMFORTABLE"   BED - ROOMS  In his new.building,' where iie is. prepared, to givr  good B������ds at a reasonable price. Those who will  favor him wi th their patronage, may depend 'bn tbe  cIeanness and comfort of his house.  He takes also this opportunity to remind, the Carh  boojtos that his Brewery has received the FIRST  PRIZE- of the Colony for his celebrated  XXX   ALE,  And the true amateurs will bo able to judge by them  selves that such honorable prize has been justly  awarded to 'him.  N. B.���������A large front room to let.  . Barkerville, Jan. 23,1 SCO.      '   '       N. CUNIOJ  Restaurant and Bakery.  rpifW Proprietors of this old and well-known ostab  .1 lisiiim.nl, would respectfully thank their numcr  fins fr?-?jn-ds antl the public for the extensive patronage  heretofore bestow od on them, and trust thai, by their  usual strict attention, to business they will merit a  con tin nance of their confidence' and support.  '  Meals,  $1.    Board,  $16   per "Week.  BREAD  MADE  OF  THE  BEST  FLOUR  Wo recommend to the public our  GROUND    COFFEE,  which is a much superior article than any which can  be had from below. We Roast and C! ri nd It oursol vw  and choose the best berries, consequently the public  may be sure of its being free from adulteration.  .PATTERSON & GOOBSON,  BarkcryiUe, May IS, 1869, mvJO  TTAS on hand, and is constantly. roc-Hving -n.,tflK  :il- assorinieh't of.;CLOTHS; CASS1MKH'KS.'.ndV-mm  INGJ3, whicii-hc"is prepared'.to thuk'ii.'tu .^^'''L'l^^K  iiios't approved'sty les.'.���������. .'���������     ���������'.".,; ^������  All orders from Cariboo promptly attended to.  fgm  '���������'���������' Ma'yl- IS 6S,       -   ��������� -'"'^".."" :"   ' ',"': .'j^gj  S : f/FELL.- "&.'"' FlNLAYSON, mi  Tea and Gtifiee Salesmd  .Fort street, Yictoria, Y.I.,  :S  men  Sparc no effort in selecting and keeping an m  .. jn t of the choicest articlos thut edn be ouia������  To large con su m crs tliey offo r every fa c il i ty as rem  prices'..������yi-quality. ���������.;..' my   w.  LOTS D ON-'���������.H'-oWiiJ  .GOVERNMEN^f STREET, .VICTORIA..    H  ^HOLESALi^lND.    BETA������  J. H. TURNER & CO.,   *m  ".'-- IMTOaTEUS OF ��������� "^^  English and Freach Silks, Shawls, Vresm  .Underclothing, Gloves, and every.������������������������  description of Drapery Goods.    ������  Receive regular supplies.by Express, via F^-W  and by sailing vessels, via Cape Horn. JiSm  5Sf* Particular attention given to all orutro. www,  Loudon Firm���������J. P Tuxstall.k Co. ��������� M  ESTABLISHED, 1858. M  ROBERT   BURNABY,   ':.���������  ' LAND AGENT, Ere, S  .  OOVEUNMENT  StUKET, VICTORIA, V.  L, ' ^������|  ATI business carefully iiudpunctttally altcndcd  Mayl, 1808.  YALE ADVERTISEMENTS.  I  Coffee ! Coffey!! Coffee!  BARLOW desires lo inform tho peopleJof"lBj  interior and upper country, that h;tV!np'iS  tainedthe necessary machinery and .tinvvarM|a|p  now prepared to furnish a first class quality oi v0J|ffi  roasted, prepared and put up in tins, according i������  latest approved scientific, principles, and warranty  to be superior to any other. ' '���������       ������mM.  Groceries, Dry Goods, .Tinware, Cloth in/? ; GarM|  Field and other Seeds, English and Colonial.       ;M|  Yale, May 1,1869. '       ' illp  FORT    YALE    HOTE^  Front Stroet, Yale, British Columbia,   -^m  rTHIS house has excellent accommodation for^^fp  1 vcllers. Good bods, superior' fare, .and thoMffif  of Liquors.at .the Bar.. .Stabling for ftu'ffluls w������|p  and Oats at tho lowest rates. '.' iSjffiS  May I, 1809.    u    KILUV & LANE, Propneto^^

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