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'���-M  VOI  . r'2-.  :ATLJN/9^C,f^  N(  J��>S  a^0E&fi^ffiI  ;'y\;:/#;/;':/^  ;;.;���'��� Vii Dr: Vo u 11 g/ liusyforf ci I e'd] ;.h ia'| sea it/  ;;/ ;;;'H'e;drew/$i 25 aS'>aid:.;to::pliysici'an.  . ��� ������ ���;��� sit Aili 11 i'i-piu j 11ly/7st?toSe| Hember  -//V;-30th;::; 19^  ���::;jgs: 19013^ j)rf/;Yq 11 h,gywas;/nqnnbated:  :.-.;v can;dicla te.jra/i id -;oiiiider��llieTGpiisti|;  :;: ������; ///Iti tL.on;;; Act'; he iias^ferleited^iU^is^it:  ^;^:;:aud:is;;liable.to,a  //'/tutiqn^  ^^^raohVinentsTffoiUitlie^Govenvffie^t.  /:���,; is/in eh gible"^  .>> i..rc-|, tli'e'; tre'iisii i-y:' {A- reinforcement  ,9X''so.Jdi_e^  ///:G tin si iii Ma ss^March./z^ I l.!.:--;Th e  Japanese;.;'ha  drawiifrbnithe region;to Uic south  of/the.Russian .n-qiit^ ;;;Lineyilcli;;is;  dispatcJmig'^scquti  east;aikI; west;. to ;;guard;;against^ a  poss'ible:turi'iiji.g moyejiieiit. :ij     '";;''  <Sl.rPelei-sbur^  TJieihtefnal'���".Hlti'i-iilioii; is ijeebmihg  niqi^bhiinqus.//^  .lion-is-causing/;:ahxiet\\C.;The^Cri-  v'////Wictoria7:B.^  ;' :-Wy [ Pol la "rcl /Gra n t; ;:Sec Vy/ "JCib. -Go i i;  '.:;/^ ���;<;;/���A-ss'ir;��� Ailih; 03.;��� c^'WM.i::"M;i-'  /////Reportyab^  /'iSult'/qf 'vcustohiary^-'dirt^-^LibeVal  :v;p6;liticalvnietliods-;7iReact; qirtheui-  ;������ selves j /as Gam-eTOirbf / Victoria pro'-;  ;;"l3ably^losesTiisiseat.;''��$ trti3'&fa:  i/;/^'!/;!^  'V^^l^fjter^.'ffi  / gram,;,ijo;;-^  ���i/oarygartjj-y^^  //^Tallpw^  '/'dpwiv-.'-'tlie:-' estiurates.'riR^ceipts/;fqr  ������; ^/uTicv fiscal /year; are', ex pebted/ztb  '. reach $2,559,37.6V; It?is: said? that  /.the^ ;;introductio;r;5of:;;this-L budget  ;aow means i1' No TailwayVpolic)':^':  ;.;/ Ounshui ;/Bass,;/;March/ / 24th ::-���  /Kurbpatki 11, has returned -'.'to' the  /front, wliereJie: has been appointed  by Linevitch to ' the command/of  ���/the First Army. ���: /'/:*������/     ,/V. ���;^///  Paris,   March: -25th : '���/Enquiry  .tends to con firm the-rumor .that "approaches toward peace have already  . 'begun. . ���,:' ;';/..���'���"���     /���//. ;;;' /,/  ; :;Snez,.   March  'sSth :.��� Neboga-  toff's division  of the ; Russian   Pa-  ���cific scpiadrqn sailed today towards  . the 'south'.' /;; /-:./ ���,-.:^.::..  ..'.'.Si.''. .'Petersburg,. March :26lh::-^.  In consequence of the conditions of  ii ii rest, employers ��� of'twenty, thousand men have decided to close  their works. ���// ,/  ���'...������ Warsaw, March 261I1 :���A bomb,  thrown into the police station,  wounded six policemen, and a few  aninutes later, as Baron Von - Nol-  ken, chief of police, was being  -driven to the scene, a bomb was  thrown under tlie carriage, seriously  injuring him. The man who threw  the first bom!), when trying to escape, shot a policeman, but was  finally captured. The second bomb  thrower killed a policeman and escaped.  Victoria,, B. C.,. March 27th:���  The deal for the sale of the E. & N-  ������Railway to the C. P. R. is off. It  iis rumored that the Grand Trunk  Pacific  is   offering  half  a   million  ^dollars more.  Yalta, Crimea, March 27II1:���  Rioters have destroyed��� nearly all  ���the warehouses, the police station  and vodka shops in this city. The  police are guarding  the  post-oflice  ;uiea.-:i��;bbilii.^  t he;m i 1 ilary .;haye/; been ^invoked; to  crush; tlierevolu tibn;a t:Yal.ta/ne��ir  'thb/Einperor's,>umnie<?i'esid"ence,.!  The; >gpyernment'"Aof/;S.aratoff:/are'  clpsihg.:tl]ei;sclibpls;ybii;./accbuift  t lie ;p'ea saii t:; d isf if rban ces; /*; ���:���: ;��;: i;;;;;:  ;;V'St./;;.P^t'ere  rAfter.yth'eV ^bbulatibh;;/wrecked /the  shops' ;a;t';;Yaiia;;;>:warships\;-/we're,  seift/froui/Seba'stapobl/audiman  lauded; ::as;i>if7in;;a::lipstile;cbuntry.;  ;A;feiiewal;:bf:-:bornb:';:QutTagesv:have!  ocenrfedih; Ppiand^aiM'-bp^n^lle-  mbiist r a t i bu s/;h ay e;; ta ken;/ p lace / in,  Fiiilai)dA;against;;;cbnscriptibu:,^  ;a^re��� :rega'rded/.as:bacl: aud/sigiiitlcaiit  sighs^;/;;/;; ;;:/;���//���; %^f.^^t^W-^'''-:::S ���:  Sk!G.ujj.s.Ji 11^Pass^March^btii^rr^TJie,  Jai3ane.se; have.talceif '���'. 6 verZ the ^Ad-  niiriistratioii ���bf--M-anehu'na:"and'''in-'  ���   ":������: O   ���������'���->' ������ ������":������' '��� ������������'������ ���'������������������ >  stalled^ Japanese/.officials /in 'place  of Chinese; .'Fresh japaiiese troops  are arriving^at the.fn��nt:^;;';///../  /,;;;Par'is,;;;;MarchJ:3ist :--The ' Associated .Press learns ~iu /well ih-  formed.circles that Japan lias.; Der-  ��� inltted Russia to learn' that peace  conditions; are to 'be.se'verely rigor.-  oiiS::.:"; Japan's indemnity ^figure is  eight- hundred ./million /dollars,  which staggers Russian diplomacy  ^KatDr.��bUTig Has  ;^i   :Been Doiiis^.  .:��� /Victoria.'March, 20th, 1905. ;/  Fditor Atlin Claim.:  '������.������.Parliament having been at.work  now for six weeks, I think it an  opportune time . to give a short account of what I have been, able to  accomplish up ito the present.  There .have been very important  measures introduced and I wish  briefly,to.touch upon those which  more particularly affect our-District.  The School Bill, by which a redistribution of the cost of education  is intended, bore very heavily on  Atlin. Under its provisions we  would receive $550 ; the balance of  $715 would have to be raised by the  District. I objected very strongly  to what I considered such an unfair measure, and succeeded in having a clause introduced into the'  Act to meet the condition. As a  result, I have succeeded in ii,creasing bur grant from $550 to $t,ooo  and have strong hopes of doing  even better.  The amendment to the Game  Act cut out the privilege of Free  Miners shooting, reserving this only  to; '���', piTJspectors/^/I;/ iiitrod ifced'/'a 11  ameiidiiien'tz'by-which '-.thebright';-is  given to pilose lioldiugFrecMiuer's.  .Gertificates;eugagecl 'iii ? place riuin-  ing/pr,: prospect nig//, ,f> nlso'inlro-  ducbd ;an;abieiidinent cxtendiugthe  o;pen--season : for ���ducks,/grou'se:and  ptaniiigautbMai-ch^olli;./1 ���//////;  ;f-^'^S��^!sLKyt).ranli.cX  CVoyefnineiitiihteiids/fhat  t6ry;req'in"reineii;tsVshali;;ije:^  onty;andj;I.:;a-n.i ;;liappy;/toz/saytliat  conqitibii's;;;in;/;the '-: Aiture'Avill  .be  1111 u cl 1; mq r-ejbq u i table';- th a ik "h ere'tq;;  lore/ i;:.T'he/;GoyernmeiVt- has:giyeii;  me;,eyery;;assurance /tliat; lliecatise  qf: complaint ���; shall.;, be; ;Temo;vedas  fas> :.as/possible,;,-andv;furUie^--,;the  Gpld;/Cqmmissibrier, ;:has /been /iti-  '���?$"9\^:':;\?' g;iy;e:: '.y��� WO  WliJiKS; HO^-  tIG /NOTICE:/. Qi>I/Ail.1,: ;:CANCKUUA-  TiONS.y//'./.://.//';-;-';'_...-^':-^"v^:;///-.  //There;Seems^ fo/;be/a;:t\vrp'Vigfim-..  pfessibhas to ihese'vcanceilations,  :aua;;:Ivhave;. already been severely  criticiseel-.;for/takn!g;;the-;;acJipn;6I  haye.v Pcau;;buly say;''tp;this^that  'iu^the^ca.m'pa.ign-;^  myself ;tb;b;ring;-abouJtn^^  admiinsfration /.of;;;tiie; law :-/ that,  pebple-holdiiig/leases^'shoi^  ^forced-;; to -live/ upjo^the/iequife;-  nieuts'in; th'e;:sa'in'e--Avayj that -placer  miiiers were'compelled to   do.- /At  tlie  same;' time,  -I- wish';-to:-.say to.  those/ who  .have.invested   money  and made an effort to  comply/with  the law, that, .it is not .tlie-iutention  of the Goverumenit to placed 11 y;bar  in tlie way of development   of the  District/But it is.th'e intentioii of  the Government  to throw open all  land which lias  been' illegally held  and to give   two   weeks'   notice'of  such, intention,   so   that:  all/inay  have an equal chaneeof.re-staking.  There will /.be/a'.sub-recording  office at Discover}' for the conveni-  ���ence of the ^miners,/Mr. Vickers,-  who has been appointed constable  at that/point, being in; charge.  ; The District1 of A'tliu; has: been  proclaimed in the British Columbia  Gazette as.a Count}- and a.Judicial  District, Mr. John Shirley being-  continued as sheriff. /   ..  The estimates have not . been  brought down yet, but I am to have  an increase and also one or two  small special votes.  The trail and bridge from Spruce'  to Discovery will be put. through.  I have also secured an appropriation for the survey qf the Juneau  Road. Mr. Fraser-is- receiving ���instructions from the 'Lauds and  ���Works Department on this point.  Last summer, Mr. Justice Duff  gave a decision in the case of Muir-  head vs. the Spruce Creek Power  Co., allowing the Company, by depositing security for costs, to lake  the case out of the County Court.  This meant that miners would be  forced to go to Vancouver with  their cases, should their opponents  wish it. I talked the matter over  with Mr. Justice Duff last summer  and again this winter. Me admitted  the   hardship which his de  cision; would. avoi1c;> /I ::am/gla'd'tG) :"  say that vl: have ^introduced: : and ,���>'  passed ail amendment, to th-'fe'tounty"-''''  Courts-:Act,'���:������;,'��� .wliefebv/ all   niiuino-:: s  .���.;.i,!"./,.'../.-. ,."..: .-. .-   .   - . -      ...   ������.'.'   '.^   .      o  'cases can he tried/:.in /tlie :Cbun:iy' /  Court,; and/a'ihinef 'can;������-liave':;afair /':  show: with put ;being /(rbzeh^qut: by,;::  tui;'q;pponeirt;;witii;;mqiie^^^''^  '.';.';.Th is:js,; I/cohsider,,'tiieOnost/im-.;:;  pqrtjint pieceftbf;:leglsla;tioii//t!^  h a.ve;been ''.-ab lb, -to/bri n g- a bp'u t/si uce //: /  ;niy;^lectiqn.;,-;;./;;;;/ ;;///���;/, ^;:i':::j^^i^:^z:.-  r'.;:I am afraid -Yhstpl aiu traiisgress-"; /  ing ;bn;ybur/]imitcd/|p;ace,;bu  be /pleased; ^/ta^wrjte you :at;a later/*';"  date../,;I;.have:.written tlie;execiitive/,;  ���committee of the .Liberal Cqnserya-//.;;  tive'Associaton  by this maij; going /: ;  more Tn 1 ly.; iui t*e> /these;, ma tiers, au'd: '//  .as/ihey >\;ill;;dpubtie^s';;calf a public//;;:  ;nieeting, -ever}',:oiie; will ;have- ah   7;  ;oppqrtuin(}/^of/hearing;/tl]e:/letter.; r  fea'd:/:":'//-:'-':;/:":::;Z; :,':*//���/'/.; :���,/:'/'////':/;//���/ -'-:���./  . ; Tha;n3dng /yqu;: li! advance, ������Mivr-';;.;/  Fditbr,'for;the ;publication./ of this /z  letter;' ;Lam���; very truly ypiirs,V. i'��� :7":^A.i  :,/.-'/,?..:;. ':;\:^f^v:/H/'-li;'Yousc;/-:'-^  ^tlM-JrAiieaU  /.-A^special/iiueeting^of/thei- Atlin-  District ]3oard/of Trade was lteld at  the: Court ,���. House,   on   Thursday  eveiiiiigZlast. ;: The:; object^of :���'��� the'  meeting   .\vas -.tb-'meet'���������'���Mr.''. Chas.  Goldstein, of'Juneau,  wliO'arrived  here on- Tuesday as a delegate from ;  the Juneau  Chamber of Commerce  to; interview.: the   Atlin .District  Board of Trade and inform them as  to, what    the    people   of   Juneau  were prepared   to db; towards con-'  struct .the. American   end   of   the -..  Atliu-Juneau.. Road, and   to   ascertain .whataction; the. people of A tii in  had taken in the "matter. ;v:     -'"  /  Standing room only in the Court  House, went far:to show  tlie great  popularity,  of the   scheme/The  president of/the   Board introduced  ������Mr:.Goldstein  to. the. meaHing,. who  then made   a   few   remarks-  and  asked   to   be   informed   as to what'/  steps had been taken in the matter.  ���   The secretary stated   that it was  our intention to get a jiurvey made  at   the: earliest   possible   date   and  that he had been   assured,   that the  ..Provincial Government would -make  aii appropriation for that purpose.  Mr. Goldstein theu'rose and stated that Congress had passed a new  law which provided that all non-  incorporated towns could.appropriate 70 per cent of the'laxes collected  by. .them, for road construction;;  and that he was authorized to s'taU*  that the Juneau.citizens were ready  to build their -end of the line as' '  soon as they had the assurance  that the Atlin people would build  the road.  Mr. Goldstein said that the tou.i  .distance from Atlin to Juneau wvai;  only .between 90 and coo miles, and  that there were no formidable obstructions from.Juneau to the fork *  at th.e junclt.iwti .of the ICa thenar .aid!  Nakina Kjvcrji "/if
pun lib urn. nvcny katudday
'Moni.nif..' rr,.'.nxiV rnrt to mjv p/u;r or'THC
yj a ;u.o   roK.so . ci.rj.v-;   prn  i^::.f)Ttt ;   ipc;:po   pen
vr;r*."".' a c've"kt t r, i no 11 ati v . ,ii. (in rti'i-'tficn t.A<i»-f
.- tVis. iiiiio'i ;. 'it^AOi/.'ft "t ovictv, ^*J ci'NT'. r, UltiC
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rti i.t -n
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'■'•';        Its!.-. Ati:>x: Oivaim  I'(;iu,7saiW(i Co.   ■-/
A. C!il;Itu:Mc:iil':u.i>, I'lioi'intiTO!:.
//   /jAMi's.StMi'Kox/Mar;Af.i:ii:.
,'.',-.■   It would',.require   a   ,ver\/ little
. iUretciV of iinagiiiatioii: to iuduce.liie
"belief' that. Alii u is in   thefeadas'a
.mining Camp,, suitable 16 , the   pros-
/pecibc/and; inA-estpi:/'./'Every where;
on/thed coast,   froid:,Vancouver to
.San. FraVK^co|;au(l;iu;Uie:Ea$L..oiie
/seldombears aught but ;gobd  hews
"of; Atlin,:  and;; hutch/ comment■: is,
being. -; made    throughout, opining
circles; as, to, the future, of /o.ui'.- very,
^yast "-auriferous   .deposits:.    ,l\Iauy
/impressedwdh bar past, successes,
and our. diagnoses of: the   situation
/is;,tnaj:; Atlin ni ay; expect an. iii flux
:of,. new : blood' and. much capital i n
,-they.very   near   future,;, which will
, not only enhance the valueof pro-
.,.■■'.,■-■■:.;   }■.   \ ■/'- ■ ;■   ■.  ■. ■ '■ ,t-      .'■ ^
pcrt}%?butopen;iiplJ/;;;niucii larger,
/territory" than: th;it already being
:vyorIced and muderexniofalibh..
:; ;We.p;tljiisii,iii another column" of
/;TJr.-/'Yovij.tg-./,.\vhicii '.; rcfeYs'to 'the
amendments made on- the County;
Court Act. - The^iinendment introduced and passed by- our member is
of tlie utmost importance to the
District/and is 'especially '".beneficial
to the miner.in so far as it   will   do
i was
itii inu'.'eii cohIIv liti<raliou.
oo tar as,we know, tlie rumor 01.
the importation of Oriental. labor,:
which has been 'discussed in: -these
columns and in tlie outside papers;
is-unfounded, and one might:'be led.,
to believe, trouv- thecoiTcspondeiice,
that Atiin is in tile threes of a contested ■-.election..    '-'Pi.' it. necessary to.
/inflict these letters upon the public?,
and might   we   not  be  spared   the.
' trouble of perusing the same- or of
attempting It; decide tin which side;
tlie trouble' lies ? ;/ is a difficult
task nut! , is, in bur minds, 'uf a
political natuie. the pu;"pt.al. being
to further  in'-ystify the already pnz-
;:-;, 'IVi&xiorkik'to; tftiiz■:■■ Miiler.;;;;/;
. Which I'iiall'it be ?—7-;t:n, expens-;:
,ive block; of: granite/ to/''hi ark", his
grave/only ?- Or:a neat stone marker
over his'/last ..resting/ place; :at/:a
mode rale cost, and the /larger part
of the money,; to go toward, the
Hospital for a memorial thatavoliId.
be more', enduring and lasting than
the-,biie/of stone'- alone, edutD be ?
Tlie;one woultl be seep.; bnlyj 'while
the -"oilier,.'---won Id. not..only --lie -seen,,
■but be lid I.in.I he; hear Is/and /minds
of every/man and woman that ever
:ki iey.'://-li iiu,-; .o u- .of;' 1 lis.discovery/of
gold.in this section, a-J long an Atlin
endures/;' ./';;■':'-:"/'/'■'"/•'/.'■/■/ :'"/">':
/ .1 .-thi-iik d. voiced he sentiiiients^of
eveiw real:;:c,ontri:butpi' dp; the. me-.
■ iito'ri al,; especial ly -those/bf;..^lcKee
Creek; .when T/say that: they wash
tp have the nobles_t,-;best; and. -niost
enduring o.ne that is possible- to be
h"u<,i.v;.-: :^f■:.//':,;/;; :.;'.;■';;■ :';;-/l//.;w://^-:-,;
-:: Slirely-there ds::'nothingdnbre/td
■be'.'desired -than one; that will /be
always speaking to humanity, by-
affording a place: of: coin fort, relief
aucb help/ to; the .injured,; sickaiub
afflicted ohes,of this campr ■ ■" / ;V/--/;'/
■ ;Lleant Irbmfhose;whp knbw Mi:.
IVIillerr -best,. that he: was tlie^s.buLof.
benevolence and/'helpful, charitj;:.
as; such, :we':/may/;cije ''sure,'/that
cptild he ;- speak to ■. us; Iroru dlie
':'spiritdauci,.'';it; would: be; liis pre.f
lerence to;haye;a;''memprial;'/that
woultl;be a benefit;and b..elp ' to.;;the
living; and- iii'- that wav ■ ever :i-e-:
thain;.fresh' dn/ the/membrN^bf^his,
fi'iends and feUowpibiieers.iitAtlin.
;,"' Alas for hun" who never sees     //
; i: The st.urs s);ine'throu^li.hi,seypr(ws:t.rees^
V.'ho litipele^s lays tiis dead away, :;.'/,-.
■-■■■"■■-. 1'ior ioolss to'sec'tlie bi'eaUiu(i:'da.Y
Aci'oss.the/mout'nfill marbles phvy: ,'.
.    Who hath not. learned.in.ho'iii'sViC cat;ti.,
That truth to iloshand sense unknown,.
That hire is ever r.ord. of  Death,;    ' ,;_;  ,
■ 'Ji-Tiil-l-.ovycii'rTii.rer loose it^-ow.iv'/ //
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' ;;;     .'•■/. ;ilc!js/ce'Creek
llilS; - III- :#f IlKltll US® iff
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-.-■; Atiin, Nuciset antl   Gwyo   Rinys   and: all Utnds yf. Jcweiry imimi-
; ''-•' factiii red oh the premises.,,   ' .■■ ' :■''   :; /    : ■ ,.;   ,■■,.,:/:;•  /'
:/;?/ ,:/ rine 'New- fcpjck ,;of   VVr.tchbs,   Clicfcr.,   .Joyvolry/ and.   Diamonds :
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i.& rz&Ty.BNy:: hats, ,.,:. B&qrs / -,.■ -^e,.;
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Miners' and Blacksmiths' iS.afj,piies',-.;-:pbc"rs-an£!v,Wiridows?,.;
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i utner.
On the: -Ghinese Question..
,: \'i.ctoi:ia; March aist., 1905.-..
Kditor Atlin Claim,
Dear  Sir:~The   mail   fro.m • the
Mortlr arrived   this  morning",' and
brought me  yotir .issue.'.of; March
I'U'i'., in whieli . I  saw a letter from
Mr. John Kirkiand 'about   Chinese
labor in our District... .The clipping"
'Widen.   Mr.   Kirkiand; adds   to  his
letter was -one which appeared Hist
summer and one upo.'n which.,I iin-
med lately -'tookaction;': d; wrote   to
-the, author! ties at -tlie   time; calling
■their attention "to., the   1 natter; aiid
they reiterated..to.. me.', the .pledges
already on record  by the Conservative Government on this question.
The   time   tire    communications
■passed   between,  us was before the
Dominion elections, and they called
my- attention   to tlie fact that, as the
Liberal Government at Ottawa had
i refused to accept -Mr. Karle's (tire
i Con«e.rvritivo  meinl)er for Victoria)
I amendment prohibiting the employ
1 input of  Chinese ou construction o
i,.raud. Trunk   Pacific,   the   prolxi
! :.ibiit.;-i were that  the northern part
.1. ,*..i 1,:..   ...   ..1..1 .......        l-ve
;/Billy 'Moore,, 'n curler; ;ofv great
renod'U,: chai-1 enged,,all .the /players,
iii Atlinrtpdni/;. A:;iuatclr;^bauie;off
on: ;Satii rday"nigld.Avhen;/- kosie':'
was cruel,/for~AIoo're lias .v/bii,' and..
■'■ ■ -Rbsie''';iiow^ clreams of\ 13; to i-7,/:/:
■'•. . The/Fetherstonhaugli ■ Cup.com-
peti.ti.otis of tlris week were-:/Geo.
Sinclair .vs. D,.I\.os,s, in which the:
ing played D./Koss . on Thursday,
when Mr. Ross won bi"':9-tb;-6.
The-'filial match, for.' the: 'Fether-
s.tpnhaugli Cup was. played last
night between'!! Ross and lv. .M.N..
Woods,. \vhen;; after, a .hard :. fight,
Mr.Ross obtained the victory by
12; to. 5, and is now the proud pos-
sesso'r ro.f th.e trophy,—it having
had to be won twice before ■.becoming".- the personal' propert}/ of the
winner/     ;; .'' :   .
A lnatch/ vvas played T-'ucsday
between two teams, coin posed, of r\.
C." Wheeling; C-^eo. Sinclair, -Df-
Ross, and Jas. .Stables- (skip), vs.
\Vm. -INIoore, iTaff. WiiiUiius; IdU:
Helgren and Chas. Cdlmore '(skip").
Mr. Stables" team,beat by.9/1.0 5. .
~C'~i   ■" '" '■'
:,Men:s< Suits: Clea:irc-cV
'/'; .-naici Repaired. /;  /
■Ail Work I'luarsnitced.   :;    /,
Oos.'cj f.ilied   Tor   ond    Be-.;.
y/<^?l;!t f\ i*^f :-.:/':"■/':,/"/,
HvidiN^feiS;^ Ciisiio:; Delivery.  .,-   -,.. ---...■■
//-■'■::: ::A^r;:./-ana/Mr5.;';J::::;S'.^!ienn>;
L itas tahenan (.ntice at Itooni 1, Gold   /,
i lloii.Se,    Discovery.      Oliice" "Hours--     /
L Tuesday's, Th iii'sdays and /Sat 11 rdays,    ...
^ from ti to S p. in.. '                         ./       ,      I;
A.a-i:;i7sr,  :b.  g.
T^ss^qS :§Sms^&jff,,.0fS»
Plans unci Sijeci'icnJions for Sictini Shovel,', ond
tjyclriiiillc Plants on. implication.
Narrow  Escape   ov. -Aihntic
■ •■'■. Liners.. /
Halifax,   March ,  srtth : :~ The
Allan Dine steamer Parisian, carrying a   thousand   passengers,  while
entering the   harbour   on Saturday
was rammed bv tbe 'Ctr-,
A* A.
DLSCO\-HRY, B. C.    '
.   |ni !-:<. itish Columbia would lie over-]
I Mia wi'.-i Cliiu-imei.i.    The   I.ibcrai |:!ia"   ^^'"iner   Albairo,.   which  was
. Cn""!um,.'iit at Ottawa   is   respous-   carrying    «oo    iiasseugers..    both
•"'-iib'.e fur. this to.the eateut that thev   ships : were badly ckm:agt.d, ar.d, in
li'irse on
lake a !.a.-
a>     la.'.;
VI. ii.
,',l;11 !.V'/   cxp' c.-^!u'!v
;.rc heard on a!! -dh.'-,
reaved faniiiy, to wlii-.
tjtir licartiVii. :;;::;•■:'-,• a
P■uai)le lu.-s.
J'! \"i; IHJI'C lies i -.•.'<■:.';
.in:.' in Atiin ,\:
:Vvicfji:;- in lii:; pl"'tK
it   ou    the jdefc.'ated    tin;,   amendment.-, .Since
al White- j',|'i'»i!ig   lieic   this   winter,   I.hnvc'
i   time   to-!'1-'''".'"   'l!|'!;(-"I! ,liie. "iMllei- lip,.and in
,'eimjinioti'pM with Mr. M.urpliy, seni-
jor   member   from   Cariboo, we   ap.
syurpa.thy | pruaehed   the   (Jovei nmenf  on the
i'   the   be-1 '-ubject. ... .
1 have written , Mi:. (Irani,, the
s-.-fnetary of the liberal-Conservative Association', a letter which
goes forward with this mail, in
which [ have, dealt fully wild this
mailer. Mo doubt, he will bring it
to the a'.tcatiou of the citizens.
Youis truly,
IT. J1',.. Yot'NU.
a. sinking roudilion, made a nice
for tlie docks. The Parisian went
down just as the last passengei
stepped off the gang plank.
we extend,
their   irre-
ill ar-
:;i ic-
:tb  to.
Tasty    meals,    flue   li-tpiors, .good
cigars,, ami soft beds, make it a
ifeasaut home for all'
,     travellers..."
ED.   SANDS,'"Proprietor
Allin-Juneau Road.
tC'oiitiniied   from   first I'n^e.J
At the request of Mr. Goldstein,
the Council of the Hoard of Trade
weie instructed to notify the Chamber of Commerce in Juneau,, when
the .survey parly could be sent i.ut
;i'"iii Juneau to survey the Ameii-
caii end of the road ami meet thej
Atlin piir.lv..
Dixon   &.L Scl.iutev
nggef lot
M.<.-ad(i.n,-i,t.ers   ;'<.,,.• I)i.\0n's   stmj'J.
. .I*i
"■h ''J
-I �����  |||v-,  Ife- ���  1/  10  ::d ������;-v'': ������.'���://'(��,,. :r j"-::" :'v:". i.;1 'T^"-\ =;:V: s.;^V;;L: ���: V^?p^:j^c^\^^V\7v; .^;_:r V:^  :/���./.. :#jxi#i;�� n.. cy^kATURnAY,,^ ��� :t 9^5 ���:  W{^&0(r^^^  -    '/: St?f)-e: :E!"C|" Faf��^:  Dt-y/ Goods,/;:;/::; Ladies' /UnclSrWear,'- /"../^^fe'jE^  ������;:;.d./-:-.^aaiesi.arid;G^  ;t/:':.,:R?^y-jViade:Ciothi!i3,'', /;:;:;;/ ^'^//'Boots./^hbes, Eto.'/f'^'' .'i^Sj iBPr  Wec3rryE, full line of i^o celebrated, Gold Seal Rubers and Over'-ho^*    rS���^-���,u     - . ...,,-..-.. '���������...- -.-.-���.,.,.  :'-/   ^^his;^  va.': s. cuuss.'piVesV:':  Gt.f/;jtbcic;/pt-#:p?pe^  ,,is ;larger, tlmn .ever:and;a'l!^^  .:/;./:Vanco.uyei";.Bl;C  /JiidgePieudersbii has handed.down  ,/a decisipti In the c;ise;l of/Sabinf :vs;  ���/t heWlie ^C'rce^^VFpwerv'C'bVidiiiJavbr  :;;;-'^d..M��!/ypki^  ;   ;':Ayni.;Deavis/whoJiasbcedbncpbf  ���, .lllMn?^Huc^ssViil ,;:;q.uartz;::ni,iiiing  :;jbrospec;tbrs,'jfi.;:-;Uie,M  :-I^"S.iny;db 1 eaye;;A111 ii/"('otV/a.:^ t(inc-y  d'nivdng/isold^  //he re...;/: yy/.", /;:-:::;//'::::d:/,: //::::!-'d/,.///.-///d.  ////.O./Cj/Sblt returued frbiii1:Co lfsol-  /h ?!,'.?.! i - ;ef ebk/ ���: f 1 i;iS;-;:\\'ee ic;;/;\v; h e l^/11 e:  -Miucli:-qtliers have^beeii/'workiiig'rfdi;  ;; .A\unter///;/:He;��/;repbrts/;satisft  '*-r?-l��.!ls/'.and conteinplates'dakiiigin  ^irj^cbiiiery^iiexlpw^  ///PatdCEdlaghaifdsbld/ tojCMartiir  ^/Cbii wa y;; d his/ AveekV/ :The:;::^Mary:  Vldissd.;;' :'���;��� .^c^tttsh^ass.'.V^f'vKiity;  !Ddm p,'': ���'���'"���''"*' 'Bryan;'''" ' ' ���' Foxey,''  "Black     Terrier,"      "Crescent,"  "Blue    Hell,"      "Dandy,"      and  "Sunflower,"  all   placer claims on  Spruce   Creek."   '  The   price   paid  was $5,000.  be-put; to .work   at ��� Oiice^aiKt/Tts  operation//wili;;  be; ���\vatclied';/wilh  ��real:'ntere^  place'r,; ni in in g;/ ���;;;;//':���/  /.,///;,/ /.. :':'-Cv  /-fmb/latcst ihrigaziues/aiid"papei"s  '-,:. A]>plcs: in: anydpiaii'lities'can-be.  InidcatSubies/^  r;:'/;;/;;;:.:///;'//|:/:'d  :;;���-,;  . -������.������������-���  ^���������^���===^^.^3^^^^ , _���    ������'   ��� .   *"������  c'^bOELfVER^ y-'y ,';;/''���;,:/,;���'  /;-,/d:A;vr^;a;;-A/ivi;,:..,..  .' . .KeH'iilae coiiiinnnicM-  : lions   iud(/ oii-:t;ho   (Irsa;  ���J hnrsdiiyoi'eneh month  ;in...llioVAh(J.;U. W.  Hall,  ... :-.������.-������-��� ,-;i-.,,, ,,,1 hud Street. .,,,:..,--,  : Visitm;;- lii-ethren .eorginlly invited./: '���' ///  (iiitii  m>;^*  \BM^mMSMMM  mlyg^g^l  :"��>  .:-...  .�����,-. ��-..--.   ���   il>o.- ���     ,  *rfl   fa  -alas kaqroute >;sai'li'ngs���.  Mineral Claims Change Hands  Mr. C. TC. Wyim Johnson- arrived here on Tuesdin last and left  lor Skagway on Friday. Mr. Johnson made' the final payment on the  " Beavis" Mine, now known as the  " Gold Group," and took up all the  other options Mr. Beavis held on adjoining properties,, which included  the "Gold" mineral claim, "Sydney  Fraction." " Bay view," "Joe Irving," "Homestead," "Gold No.  i," and "Gold."  ��� Mr. JSeavis also sold the " Lake  Shore " mineral claim, to Mr. A. C.  Hirschfeld.  ;/;:;The,ilbllpwing/ Sailings: ^are/ari-  'l.ou^ed^forvih^  ^iviiig'Skag^y^  ^i;i^cfiss;:-:;May^:d^March  ���  -26th and April 5th.  ForTurther information, ap.ply or  write to        H. B. Dunn, Agent,  Skagway. Alaska.  LIQUOR   LICENCE   ACT.  Application  for Transfer of Licence.  rpAKIS NOTiCK that r. Tens Tiiot.max, of  Atlin, U.C.. shall apply to the Hoard  of l-iuonee Comniissioiiurs tit" their next  liircrhiff for iho transfor or the Hotel  hitiKimo, now held liy hip, to sell tntoxieat-  inj,-Liimors in the iiremises known as the  "lto.vnl" Hotel, situate on J.ot 7, llloek 15 of  the Tmvnsite of Atlin, H. C, to JofiRi'ii  TAl.nisiin:, or Atlin, H. C.  Dated this 23rd day or Mareh, 19M.  VENN TKOTMAN.  I /:|/ ;Sp|t: i a i(;/REsii r y 'H /.:/;,. i v::;;;  ;;^'^0DD:>ATTKD/Gi^N  :.:BbckjDabbD;:;|g/  :.Wliite;!DabeD  vYellowiDabeL  U  v:r. H-^.-q-ji  OPE��    @&Y   MMB    m@MTa  THIS   DINING-ROOM IS CONDUCTL;d.��)N  STRICTLY bdUST-  CLASS    PRINCIPLES.  %  Last Chance fVISncra! Claim.  Another New Venture.  Steam   Shovel   to    Operate   in 'Our  District.  The incorporation of The Northern Alines. Limited, on i itli March,  1905, with a capital slock of $50,000,  divided   into   10,000  shares   of 55  each, means   much   for   Atlin,  and  we 'predict for   the   steam   shovel a  grand   success.     The   directors   of  the company arc well  known   men,  and   the   capital   has   been    raised  without any expense for promoters,  thus ensuring a so'id financial basis  to work 011.     The personnel of the  directors   is    as   follows :���--George  McDonald,   ptcsidcnl;  J).  G. Stewart, vice-president;   A.   II". Ilroinly,  M. I. Mech. [''.., managing diicctor;  R.   1).   J/etherstouhaugli, ' superin-  tendei.t; A. J.   ICappclc,  .solicitor;  Robert   'Parkes,    secretary.      Tlie  registered office is at 537   Hastings  Street,   Vancouver,   and the  mine  .office in Atlin.  '.Mr. l/etherstonhaugh will be here  early Lhis month with Mr. liroinley,  M. I. M. K., who, it will be remembered, came here to report on the  Ninu'od Syndicate's property three  years  ago.    The steam shovel will  SlTLUTK  I.N Till-; ATMS .MIXING  DlVIHtUN OK  (Jassi'aii    Disthict,   consistinc;   dp tiik  I.ABV  OJIANCK   MINKISAIj   Glatm.    Wheiie  1.0CAT1..U���Hetwbkn Union and Koumibii  (JitKRKti, XoiiTii op Pr.M; C<hkkk.  r-jlAKli   NOTICJU  that.   I.   M.  K.   Jainie.son,  ti!;ent,  for   W. 11. lirown,  J-'roo  Miner's  Cerlilieate  nSl.hni), and J. M. Downing, Krec  J,i ���'* Certilicate lUH.SOl, and John Woods,  free .Miner's Cortifieate, li84,Sil2, intend, 60  dayu from date hereof toapiily to the .Mining  lieiiortler for a Cert i lien to of rinprovetneiit  r��ir the purpose of obtaining a Croivn Urant  of the aliovo claim.  ���  And furl her take not ieo that, net ion, imdor  ���icclioii   37, must,  I if; commenced   liefore the  issuance of siieh Cert iHeate of Improvement.  Muled this Itli day of March, ll)fl,"i.  .M.Ji.JAMlHSOX,   K. M. CI. nM.m.  GOLD   - I-iO"DBE,      "  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  STJEixcrrxj^r i^j.i-?st class.  ,   J.    P.    ROSE,    Proprietor.  KiisTAiji!Ax-r:ljN,uiti'Af-si:i).  la\-|-.i:v i.N.CoSNiicitoK.  THE    RUSSELL   HOTEL  DIXOK    i3fifiTHERS,    Propric-     s   ��<i*   Pool   &    Billiads, * Free.  .  Freighting and Teaming j*        Horses and Sleighs for Hire.  Queen Charlotte Mineral Claim.  THE- H@��Ai_ HOTEL,  V.   TROTMAN,   Manager.  Corner Poai'l end First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  '  --���������  FIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  caotctsr wtsrs, iwwias and cisak:;�����:ass: books /. sw.twiiY.  Siti'atb in Tin: Ati.in l.u;r. Mini no Divi-  hion oi' Uassiak Iiihtiik.'t. H'umin i.o-  oatkii:���(>s  Ij.'.io:; .Mountain, IIkaiiok  I.ITTI.R Sl'Kl.'OIi   CltKKK.  rf/UKK .NOTICH that, 1, llonr.v Nichokoii,  I'itc Miner's (Jerl ilieatc No. liHI."til, intend, si:, ty dnv.s fr</:n Iho date hereof, to apply to Iho Mining Iteeorder for a fieri ilieatc  of linproveini.nl, for the purpose of ohtain-  inu n (Jrown CJriint of the ahove rlaini.  And fnriher tahe noliee thnl aetion. under  .sfi'tlon "1, must he conniifMieed hefore the  isMiiwirrofMirliOrtihYiitnor linprovi!ini!iit<i.  Diileil lhis !Hli day of l"..hriiary. A. I). 10(15.  iiicmiv nk;iioi.kon.  The: Cm&Aim   Sank of  CAPITAL    J'AiD    UP    #10,000,000.  ii'iHKuvi;,  ^3,500,000.  Branches of the Bank :u joat-M^,  San Fr-aiitfiuco,  Portland,  ykat'wuy, etc  ExGlsx/iga e&scf oh rz'ii Points*  Good Hope  Mineral Claim.  SiTiiATii in ���nii; Ati.in .Mining 'division oir  ������tlAHBIAII DIHTIIICT. WllKIIK 1,0(.'ATKII ���  , IIHAliqUAIITHlIK ov Gka.nitk Ciikkk.  r jlAKlv NOTICK that I. Geo. I'olla.v. !���'. .M.C  " : li!l.|,.��.OI, pari; owner and apreiit for John  Kirlthwid, |.'. M. 0. Ii3,'l,l."il, inlend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply lo the Milling  Iternnlor for a Ceri illeale of. Improvements,  for the purpose of ohtiiinin^ a Crown tlrant  of I In; ahove eluiin.  And further tnlte notiee Ihat action, under  seel ion  :,", iniist.  he riinimenoed   hefore the  isiiiaiK'eol'.siieh {!,���!��� (Illeale of linprovuiiii.'iil.  Daled this Ijtday of April, A. D. lilj.'i.  Gold Dust Pukcjiasum���Assay Qi'vic.'. in Conkrction.  D.  KOSS, Malinger.  VANCOUVER- ENGINEERING WORKS, LTO.  SPECIALISTS   in  .VANCOUVER,'B, C.  Hydraulic MfiplBig ^lachioeriio  ''.HYDRAULIC   .GIANTS, WATlvk    GATl'S,!  'KlVPIAl    BARS, STICKI, RIVHTTJiD    J'IPK,  HOISTS,       MINING    CAGKS     and     OKK  'CAKS.  MADE   TO   SPECIAL   DESIGN.  Wi'iis   for-  !?r-iecs  a..d  ctsls.  ��m  vmmmmsmmmmmmsm  mmmtiimmm&m  ysms^imimwmmmmwmkMmst. ^Kff  ������*������   !.  lf-;:#,  U:'H:  ��� VI'.  Ifc^lf/  m  ;; atlin, :b.;'c.,;;^  WM'*i3'&'���$������ &  m  '���i��3..  ���;.;--r:y;-.���;:; :'/:V-: ;'./���;. ^  r;;'//-/'//;--^  ;.:...���������: /'���;:        ; ;u     c   Kippered Herrmg,  ',;': ;.>,;/''/:,/ /'':/'���, ^/ :" ��� ^'f \;;|f 0^ ���'C'---^  M>:.k  .. !riT'v.*i ��"�����-'  r. ��U alUI^^N ���wrjTMff-JT JT  ;/���;;/;;;;,::; Loc^i/Events;;;'  ; './gjfST"';All/accounts'/due/by .Thk  : ATti^r/Ci/AiM.must/be '.sent/ iii at  jbi!cb;ibrsetticniciit.;j;,'; ;���/;..,;';;;���.-;?,;..  '';'.���';:;>.i J"S,/:SBi;rsON,;'MaiiageT.:.:  ���</.: ; /The arrivals tiiiszweeku'ere Mrs.  T./ A. / Fraser/: and . two" children.  /-Mrs.- and MissJMolyiieauxy:/Messrs.;  ;"C.;E.AYynu;jolinsoii,.Ave.:ITirsch-  ; feldv Clins. Goldstein, Fd. Sands;-;/  ;./: McDona'id's / Grocery /makes': a  / specialty1 of fresh eggs and butter/  ;. It is expected tliat'. the'; arrivals  'next vv.eek\vill incliide'K. I'. Gueei;,  [������ Bob/  Wallace,/ R.  .D^Fe.tiie.istoh-  :diaugh:;:   Mr/ /and; -Mrs. ::Bromley,  '��� Dave'���;FTastie;   A. S.   Cross, /D:rG;;'  Stewart,   Mr. /and;: M;rs.;:j.;;;Fggert  :   ahd/Fhos. Swilzer.;;,//;. "���/./:./���;.:  '..".''.'���;;'��� jSr<i'\v;,;.:slb'ck'/:o'f .Loyvney's ;Chbcc)-'  : latcs alC/R. Bourne's. '^-V://.;./-/  ;./;  Geo; Fiudlay has purchased Mr.  ; :Beavis's/house;on First;Street.;;     ;  ,;./ Garden and Flower Seeeds,'suited  ���������-to-Atlin !scl ii u a t e,: a t G -.-��� R/T5 o u r n e 's '.-  ���/.; i/phc,Choir and  Qiris' -Aid. bf.. the,  Presbyterian Church rare, havingji  sleigh-ride today..   :  /; ���/.'������ "������/      -  Since the. girls   of  the   Presby-  .���;- terian Church "gave their help to the  church    choir,,   the    singing    has  . undergone.a marked improvement.  Fishing ..nets; special!}' adapted  for iak'e; -'fishing',-' fully mounted,'  each iii 20 fathom lengths, for sale  at'j. D. Dune's./ .;'  A number   of. Mr.   and   Mrs.   J.  'W.iliifiuis':Jriends received pictorial  .post-cards   from    Vancouver,   this  week. Mr, and Mrs. Williams  vlelt;there for -England on the 20th.  ������'-.-..The/'ow-hers- of 'the: ice-boat's, of  Allin Lake have of late been busy  i>repavir.gfor the great race that is  expected to come off shortly.    The  latest addition to  the .fleet Js  oiie  owned   by J. .PI.   Richardson   and  Win.Haddon, named " The Flyer."'  Mr. Wallace's " Wind buck ".holds  its position: well.    " Third  of December," owned   by   R.   B. Anderson, often glides   over the ice at an  exciting pace, and  its   owner   considers tiiat.it   can win out against  all coinpiti/ns.-  Mr. y.nd Airs. R. j. Barton, of the  telegraph   station   at   Pike   River,  arrived in town on Thursday along  with- M r. Gnune.  ^T-'ML Feters.who took; over Mrs  Myers-Jjoarding-liouse, /restaurant  ;aiid bakery business ,;iast''fall^has;  agaihbpened lip, ,and;:auyone;/\vlib  wishes Mclean,';' furnished /rooms,  tastymeals^/or .bread,: calces pr;pies,  will l>e:guaranteed satistaetibu.-.. ���.;;/'���<  ��� //I;ouis.Giiiac:u ^  are. expected in today/;-; /;  ^/Bob.^Walla^  here '.'to Kyak.'is -;b'i.i: his: way back./  /: Mi/ Ghas. -Queen'is-in,San; Francisco, making. .arrangements for  bringingiu a'steam; shovel ������'.to; put  on his ditch line;;;;/';/ /;:^/::':/,.;,/;  , The.tbwii lias takeh? om-a / more  lively"appearance.than usual-during  tlie .past;: week. ;The;/constant  stream of/'new 'arrivals,//the / in-  coining: freight '= teams, aincl: preparations/'being./iinade:.-for/ summer  op'eratio!is,/arb:?/pa'rtly;;.respqnsible  fortius change./;/':.-//////,/:;/:      ���'/'/  Good: ;:;;valuer;:;giyeh.~MuKpci;  M cK A Y^llle ��� Fu r-D ea 1 er'. 6 f / A t ll n.  ;:{:/;iTti?s:;:i��EC  RJ: WHIT FIELD /'will: be iir Atlin  about the last of April with a full  lot of I-Iand-Madu,'���'������Watertight  Shoks./ Hold your orders for hi in;  The'Ri  ie lowest a  se  and  Fall  est ten  Tl  id  high  ipera-  ture.'  recc  rded  foi  tlie  week  are as  folio  ws: ���';-  '/:/'   -  Mar.  24  :  13  above. :  33  above  *���  =5  r3  .'..    '���-���  30,:  26'  10  32  27  10  35  ��� 23  12  36  29  '4  :-:   -i-  .���..-���39..-.  3��  V1.8  3��;  31  21  .39/  /./���/:  ^;fet;;';,^;"  ���������;.'H^i:  iK?i  '^;/,;;:; f;;//;;5;;;:'A'  ���:;v ���../'���:;:   ^'/.-. /Cocoa   or.^'^  .,;;/-"..';;;. :;;Vau Hon Ribbpn-,:  ;"'f:M;���:/:���:-  /'// ���".';.;,;/: '/.,;/. /./'Brand/Co vi;jnv;;! ;?v'/���... /';���.������.. /?/:.*':///:'':-'/"������/ ;/':// ':'/"///'���'���  Wo   have   a   ful! Jino :of��� tJie; above , mentioned; goods,   ; . v     /; ^       :  And   otii- :pfices/;ara:- rights;/.;/./  /;- '-:���" ,;������.:���/-/;������;,,:- .;:���;������;.���.���.: :'t.Z/t,/.\  ��MmMBm-:MMM  a  Mmmm:mmMmMim.  ".     ��� "'-.-���. '������"'.' ��� , ���' c'  ���/'";''.���"/';���/���":; 333 Hastings Street^./Vancouver,' B. C.   ,/  ,; ���,'/"��� '..:.���:>.'.:���'..[',/./.:;:/'.;':;./ ;,';:'-/';-'-::/''.-.-/-.:-. *JP^&&��& ���'';.''���     ^'���-.y^y-^.^V- '  ���.;;/��� V^^^;-vjMaUv6i;ders,;'p'r0nlpfl //--;'":.:  v   SeifMeasurcmeut:'Blanks' faiid ;Saihples; sent on application.  Until fintlia:* notice, the foilowinjr will  he the rates  tor Liylits ;  till'accounts, collected-,  -"-���. v..;';1-.': ���..',-"   ���'���'.:��� ��� -y- '.���'���', \~..:~: ���.. ' nioitthly,:/ :'.;"'L-.' '.;-'���,...'..   .   ������.  ^ ���  :[yy:;y.^ ^v'v ������'���..���������</;  tnsiaiiation., ....;������:��� ���������,������:-��� :������:-��� -jW-:-���.���/���:������:���/������/���/'��� ������/������;.../-,v/../.....v./$3.50/ per. /Light/  ; /; SiibaorUierii ciin lic'swppliod tit 5!pter 'riitcs J:.,:;/���.;//,       .:/;  Resit.ptf-'e'achzPifleteV,'/^".^ month  :/������'���,// ���-;���/:/ ;-.'/;;.//:,,..'/-/':/., !���>: ,/������ or jit .".Uiit". i'ii tys, as n ii dor':"- ,.//:;.-::/:;*;, // .-./���.���  8   Candle   Powei*   :ncanciesc&nt, ............. .$1.75   per/ rribnth   per/ Light  iV!"7"'--;'"^"':'-';:^  ���32./-.;v'/--':-:^.;/-/'.''-;/:;/���/:.. -:"1.'. ��� ::.'--^^h::.:i.s.sQ'/::}-.^\:'--y- /^'y;'���;//.���  .troniiuid itftei' tlie Sril Jhiiimry,- lilCH, ull-J.i^Iits'������will:.be turned.oil' lit 2 a. in. inul i-e-  litfroni (! ii.. in.1 until iln.yli^lit. :../': - .-   ...:.-::..  .AH 'liiivnuiNuiit. or liltu'Uenod lamps will,he oxcluuifred for new aiics,'Tree of uliiii'^c, if'  hrouyht to the Company's olouc, lint lirolcen ones will he elmryed for at DO edits each.  The' Company's Modern Steam Laundry 1ms boon let on lease to 51m aiid  JliiR. 'li'iiNS, who will collect-ami deliver all washing, receive jia.vmeiit for a��l wusbiiifr, anil  pay all accounts in eonneetiou with tlie I.aimdi'.v. '���'"���/;'. ./..',''-. .  LOUIS 'SCHELZ,  Chui-oh   Notices'.    /  Church ot liiiirliiuil: St. .Martin's Clniruli���  Siunla^' services: Matins at Ha. m.; livcn-  soii^', 7:Hi) p. in. Celebration of .Holy Com-  miitiioti. 1st Sunday in each month and on  Special occasions. Sunday' School:. Sunday,  at :'. p. m. Committee Mediums. 1st Thursday  each  month.   : Key. K. I".. Steidienson. rector.  St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church hold  services in Ihe Church on Second Si reet.  Moi'iiiu';; sorvic.'.' al 11 : evening service, 7:ll;i.  Sunday School at the close of the niorninj.-  fcervic'..   Rev. K.Turliin^ion,minister.  WHOtl  :sa  BR  IBTAIt': ��� BUTClii  ATLIN,/ Ii.    C.  N��**'  n.  '...;ATI,1N,  B.  C.     .   "���'..'���"���.   .    '..-'��� . ������   '',' ���,  BfSiZ'bVERii    QF'  P.A'SER���  3EP1E'       .  'SMALL    AND    LARGE    ORDIiRS    PROMPTLY    FILLED.  '"..���   .WANTED.';.  >.l!-:.\' AN'!) W'b.MKX in I his county and adjoining territories, lo present and ndvei'thie  an old established bouse of solid liuaueial  standing. S"lary to meii $21 wi'ehly. to women :'}12 to iil.S wei'ltly with expenses ml-  Viineed each .Monchiy by check direct from  headquarters. Horse ami bi'K'^y I'urnishcil  when necessary. I'o/iiion pi'i'iuan<..|it. Address, lilew Hi'os. iX- C'o, I:<��� 111. T.,M1111:111 llldy;.,  Chicago, III.  ,*�����   TTI^F  if, ^o iiiiwtiiii ��� m.f  FOLEY  T\.*.-*-*in&E.  i ���tiJU���/.ln���=^���-.vTT^^��� ��rr--:  # Mil!.CiilANil HOTEL'��  FINEST EQUIPPED PIOTELTNI'MIv NOR'l'H.  .. IiVERVTHING CONDUCTED IN  FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  FRED   WRONG,   Mcnsser.  CORMICU   1MUST  AVUNUJ.;  AND ' DISCO VJC R V  STRIiRT,   ATI,IN.  MiTUBH    &MEMP   QM.W    '��f@R��a  -xu*^jC^-~ujz-s jt^jo**uiJCU=rpacj^i.'=��3r��rjBXff��  i:!UT FULL LINE: OF STAPLE AND FANCY lii^OCERJES.  Flour, Ocits,  Chop   I;eed,   Bran,   &c, &c.  ':;'^Mv��?$%fi^^ ':A,r. vi!y<. ''���'��� ':-'-l:'������.^v^  TH E  Malp-Way ilousi  '�� a haven for all  travellers. The meals  ��re free-mlllin- ami  tin: bracers in u,0  I'.'ir as refresh in/:- as  the dew <if ||M. (.���,.|v  iiic.riiin,., An ide'a'l  summer and winter  resort.  JAMES  CLARK,  I'ROJ'KliCToK.  <  '"'Pm  /:4l  m  m  'f'l  I  'M  m  ���"'3..1  ���W  m  :��� &  |'���  ������l  ^S^^^^^^^^^^M  >$*i5.r$ik  1,


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