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 ��''���'���'-'>''-*J-'^-���!=*^^^  f^~<^*^*ffl*.33Jii^^^  :��!ii<^,MSTO^'f,'^  !0,,  ' h*r 2b mi  ATL  y^  ���.'^''ORiA,^'.'  VOL.  ife.  ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY,     APRIL    22,   1905.  NO. 301  ���TELEGRAMS.  London, April 15:���A second  earthquake has.wrecked Sullanpur,  India, with great loss of life.     ���   ���  Redding, Cal., April 20:���Mount  Shasta is iu a state of eruption.  St. Petersburg, April 16:���Developments point to a crisis in the  peasent agitation among the workmen and peasants throughout the  country on May Day. Appeals are  pouring ' in ��� from all quarters for  military protection. The workmen  of this city are preparing for a big  demonstration on that day and  bloodshed oil a large scale is feared.  Belleville, Out., April 16:���The1  Liberal organ of this city is urging  the Laurier Government to dismiss  all the Conservative officials in the  ���city because ^Premier Whitney has  dismissed a large number of Liberals who were in the employ of the  Ontario Government.  Tokio, April") y:~ It is reported j  here that a Russian squadron en-' -'The meeting-called for last Satur-.l  teied.Kain.ranh <-Bay at 1100.11 011 "the, da>' night)to devise.ways and means  12th. of April and that it "had re- j'to auguient'the. Government ..appro-,  inaiued . there 48 -hours and /was'-j priatioii to.oomplete the survey and  again-seeii on April 14th. ;��� ."' y,;; exploration of.the Atlin7Taku route  ..'-..-,.  ������ ���. ������      " y -'������Kvas^hefd-'"in-tkeiBaloioral��hall,as   Sf^^Petefsburg, April;: 17:^ "^'adv^ised^iid^niy ��bouT 40^^  siews that a Russian squadron. hacM- .'-.'���y.--J_j  put  into  Kamranh. Bay-bears <mt  ships have been sighted at Batlan-  gas, nationality unknown.'  London, April 19:���A Shanghai  despatch states that two Chinese  junks were blown up by submarine  mines near Chusan, China sea.  ' Tokio,. April 19:���It is reported  that the Russian squadron proposes  to remain in Kamranh Bay, until  May 7th, and that Rojeslvensky in  the meantime is sending- cruisers to  overhaul all merchantmen found  along the trade routes in the straits  of Formosa.  Paris, April 20:���A despatch  states that Vice-Admiral Neboga-  tofPs squadron has reached the  Sunda Straits on its way to join  Rojeslvensky.  Saigon, April 20:���Rojestvenskys  fleet still remains in Kamranh Bay.  French Admiral Jonquieres has  taken steps ��0 insure neutrality.  The Atlin-Juneau Road.  the statement that Admiral Rojesty  vensky would  probably seek  some  place; of shelter  to make final pre-'  .paratious before going into battle.  Private despatches received here  ���state that a large Japanese ��� force  was seen "heading towards Kirin,  and that another large force is proceeding,north beyond the range of  the Russian outposts. The Japanese are driving all of the villagers  into the Russian lines thereby causing great confusion. An important  engagemenit is expected in a few  days.  The .trial of General Stoessel is  being continued behind closed  doors. ��� .  New York, April iS:���Mount  Pelee is again in a state of eruption.  Kingston, Out., April 18:���While  the Government boat "Scout" was  engaged-in filling buoys with acetylene gas today one of the buoys  exploded with terrific force, killing  four and wounding seven. Parts  of some of the bodies were found on  the deck of a steamer which was  lying 150 feet away.  Tokio, April a8:���All the Japanese newspapers are discussing  the serious .breach of neutrality by  the action of France in allowing  the Russian-squadron to remain in  Kamranh Bay, and -say that protests are unavailing and "that the  time for action has come. The  ���Government officials remain silent  regarding all representations on the  subject which have been made to  France.  Manilla,   April   18.:��� Three war-  ������ QUARTZ.  Board of Trade Adopts Plan  Suggested by Atliri Claim.  Mineral. Exhibit to be_ Placed in1  ythe Government Building'for  the  Purpose ��� of  Advertising  Our Resources.  sons attended  ��� Mi'. Eggert, tke.chsnrma.11, called  the meeting- to order-and,- afterra  lot oif discussion, a- resolution--was  passed declaring those present in  favor of.the survey, .The question  of ways aiid- means being left till  Dr. Young's reiuraa.   ��� - '  In passing we would'-say that the  Tabu route, like all schemes put  forward in this-district,- does-not  meet with the. support- it should.  If the majority had "their way, we  would be in the same position in 10  years as .we are now., .and as the  seasons come round we. would discuss fireside routes and then drop  the matter.-  It is to the dnitenest <��f -everyone  in the camp to" learn if there is a  feasible route, and as only $350  more is required to be raised by  subscription it seems to lis a shame  that so little interest should be  taken in so important a matter.  In our issue of the iSth of June  last we published a leading article  urging upon the residents of this  district the necessity of having a>  mineral exhibit, and now that the  matter has been taken up by the1  Board "of Trade it is to be hoped  that the request for samples will be  generously responded to.  Pending the making of a suitable  show -case, anyowners of quartz  mines can bring or forward to This  Claim office samples of ores which  will' be 'carefully classified and put  on exhibit when the show case is  ready.- '      ,?.-������ ���    ' .  In forwarding samples, kindly  furnish with them the- following  particulars regarding. ,each -speci-  tjaeii:���Name of claim,- owner, locality,' ' approximate..��� assay value'  and" 'any"flirther information, gen-;  ^er.al or, statistical, y.o.u..cau.give...  * If "sample's" "were iir duplicate, a  set''cb'ulcl"be -'put aside in case of  .another1 such'fair as that at St.  Louis, .when it cduld be forwarded  by. us;without delay.  Samples of value may be placed'  on exhibit at .owner's risk and returned when called for.  Gold Run.  Mr. L. B. Harris reports thai  Messrs. Johnson, Haines, Masei;.  Krickson and Hennel have got a  large dump on his ground on GoM  Run, where they are working on a  lay. The dump prospects very  high and a good clean-.up is anticipated. The3' will oontiuue -on the  lay all summer.  Thomas and Brown have .also a  very large dump which shows good  values-  Brown, MacKinnon & Go. are 011  the old Stukey ground and should  do well.  Kent & Co. have also a good  sized dump; in fact ihe outlook for  Gold Run this sea-son is the most  promising Ihey lhave ever had.  A Mineral Exhibit.  Items of News.  The .permission -of the Government Agent has teen .obtained by  the Atliii District Boardof Trade to  erect a large showcase in .'the corridor of the (Government building  for the purpose of -exhibiting minerals and ores obtained in .this dis- ���  trict. Mine owners should take  advantage oC- thin very Splendid  method of advertising their-claims.  We shall have more to .say on this  ���subject in eitr next issue..;.  Chamberlain's Opinion on the  Anglo-Japanese Alliance.  Loudon, April 13th V��� Joseph  Chamberlain says the Anglo-Japa-  lie'se alliance is,-the greatest diplomatic achievement "of. the last  quarter of a" centtlry and that it has  already justified .itself by limiting  the area of conJlict in the present  war. He believes that in time if  will secure indefinite peace in the  Far East and; give to Japan and  Britain full security in their possessions.  Emperor William is in Greece.  Commander Booth-Tucker, of.  the Salvation Army, says .that the:  Army sent >io,ooo persons .to Canada last year.  Capt. Langley, wlio is well  known here, will own and operate  .a boat which will compete for the'  Tanana trade.  The ice went out of St. Michael's  harbor on the 13th inst. !  Two years .of war between Japan'  and Russia would cost Japan above  $600,000,000.  The Milwaukee Railway system  will -be extended .to the Pacific coast  and have terminals at .Seattle and  Portland.  About 2,600 tonsof oreareci'ush-,  ed at the Alaska Tread well mine  each day, one-half of the values  being obtained in the form of amalgam, the remainder as concentrates,  and which is 2.3 per cent.of the ore.  Big Dredge for Yukon.  A gold .dredger, with a capacity  of r���ooo yards of dirt a day, for  use ��� in seeking for .gold iii the  Yukon .River near Dawson, has  been shipped from Chicago and will  be installed this season. It is intended ��� for the Bonanza "Basin Gold  Dredging-Co.,-and will be one of  the largest dredges of its kind in  the North.  Will Return.  Mr. Goldstein, who came principally .to puichase furs and at the  same time to look into ihe mailer of  the Atlin-Juueau Road, expresses  himself as highly satisfied with his  visit. He will return about the  middle of June with his family, for  a trip. Mr. Goldstein took .out a  large .and valuable quantity ol furs,  among which were some splendid  black and silver-grey foxes.  ���  . _____    y    j.  Bridge on Pine,  . Stables & Lumsden make a specialty of Fresh Eggs and Butter.  Surrendered.  The '.���supplementary' ���estimates  show that. Dr. Young has succeeded  in getting a special appropriation of  ���$75�� f��r the.constructiou.of.a bridge  across the Pine Creek- at Discovery.  This will -be welcome news.to our  sister.city.: , :    . ��� .- ���  Pat Callaghau surrendered to the  police  last Sunday.     He was  arraigned before J. A. Fraser, -S. M., .                               .  H1,               ',/,      ,,   ..         ,,��� Absolutely pure water ..is-.never,  and  E.  J.   I ham,   S. M., and his found in  I]atu]-e_    Water contain  case was enlarged for -the prelimin- in soiution salts and oilier mineral},  ary  heating   till   Monday, 24th, at substances,organicmatter and .ii_-  jo a.m.                                               Jcoiiiposi.tioiiji��'ciS..ufitE. t^K-  \M'  m  m  I J|;  M'  I'  'fyN,.;. By. C,  ' S-AT.UK.DA.-Y,:;: ATRIL'  ;iyo5  MTMI-'  ���     * it"       Cf ' ��  ; A i 1.IN CI..A JM its 'f'jr:i.i;.nt (-��� ^vc/ri'v '.u.TMnoAr  ���sonf-'jiiuu f/i.MLcb rritc to amy papt of 't'h i;  r.'.'iKL'j ro:t'j'> (i\t;-:rr;' ni:*i r*o fj-vvt ;.���: a::, r.o I'lti  M ������:'-(". .Auvr,f.iij!i;.i rj.ucri; ���;.!. no" ft.��i ;;c *���(��� c/.c"  ?yy-.:Ti6n: ':������:.: a :i:rir. :: cv r t...-. . ^-ri'.'c t:r;rt; .���-. ur.'r,:  ;r-"^c i -,i '-niiTtij   orj   ap(������;.!cat'to n. ��� ���'..������  ���".;'. yy y..^..:--.;Jt^y^.,.L...���-L_~j - ,-:  ':.,;";y---''-''.:.KHi i^<iiN'nPHi;:r; 'y'..-7  ���.- ,������'���'"  ���VltA L��*V,_'     '-  ���.'-,    'POBTCM*;,. .y'.- -, vipiTt ,*; <;,   ci-nc^  b.-fi-.i-nytn^,/  ���'  , ��� ��� r-inr.n.^r-inicr.. - -. etc' , r.Tc.'--'-   ���'���  - '   ,.      cnn-pfv.pnoMPTLy   cxrcuu'iij  .���/���'.���' .-:���-'���'��� Fni.ci;-'��'-ri.:.-.t*.!;n,vr:r. -": ��� -      ."'-'...  '    Tjiij' Ati.]NClaim   F.^itLisuiNfi-Co..;   -  A. ,CJ,    II [it,;.:;Hi-*/;:.n���   im>j Ton-1- tin>i:i urc, u.  "."������������To 'ilji'j"^U.:  the "situaih  coming season is-more. than ������-. bright  and: fscoijteni plated, with :the: .keenest appreciation'. ..';���    ���; y .   ;.::  litare. conversant with  the'.-outlook.���'.'.far. ihe  is-more. than  br  iileny areas of.'unoccupied and un-  nroduciive land iii 13ntish Goiumbia  i.uiiy������ become productive,-:. thereby  .'u^cc'!;.w.laliiig'-:uiea,u.'i'o''-;traiisp6rta-.  ijon, cVpen iug-u pa heavily mineralized cou'ntiy^is well as. air agricul-  .turaI line,,unci,; lasl but not least,  bringing' to British Columbia what  is   nips I/'���;':i!e.ed.cdv.:- population .and  Capital.!.:^: ':::. .';,': ,;:...,,;���::'.      "/.'/..'������  r.r.;^,*t.-i.n-.^,.:i..,.r.��*-..,-yr.v;  .   'Why HiiNii put \viiKN' voir <;.y iii'.t op cms ah <:ur.,\v iir.wr, ?...  ���y;:''Mliri,;N��'ggst-^ all luiul^, of .Irtvelry mante  i'aetui'eiT on the pi'eini.-.es. ".-,������ ���'--.      ���'.'��� '\ '��� '"���'���>      '��� . ���     ,.���'���.'������       -���,-'..       ";-������'-     ���:������'.;.  -   .I.'ine' j\'ew  Stork   of 'WKiohec,  Clocks, ������Jewelry,; , ilM<l   Dinmoncis  Watehes fruiir S-Ti.UO up....     ;,-'...',.: .���������'���,,-..���:.'..���: ';'..:.'  ':.<:.'..''/. ���..}':..     ,-:  Silverware, Cut Glass; .Hani!/��� FaintedChina; ' Souvenir .Spoons:  S ;Ei  ft"  ���SON,  ATUN  AND, DISCOVERY,  'C  ire"'  nonn-T:ae,--gpoc  ^commercial  ��� -��� A'ai-uc -of   our7���'���various   mining ,in-  '",���'���.������,ve.atnieu.ts' here   is duly i'.o.'.yi'ayiug  ��� ���;. ���the' foundation    ioir 3;larger;���... euter-  .-���.'. prises, requirihg' greater capita Laud  :   uibre development'!'.'^ ���'""'; ''���'���"���'  .y7; '"The .niiiViug   world is griuluall)'  becoming cogiiizant cl. the. fact thai  ..'.y...'iu tl.i,e:,AUin'.Disiriet.Ahere',.-aye.:',.'p'.i'o'r  .-'��������� peri iea ���'���; which, -with '^the-advei^tof  -���:--'���.' more rnodern 'machinery, .would be  ;;;.p)ie!)6raer,al; producers ; andwe'do  ;:   not .hesitate; to affirm; fhat any and  -   all.,of 'Uie'-gRiyel ���here will; bearlhj  closest ski lied : engineering.'; in \-esti-:  'r gatioii: ��� ���."'���������������.���:-'.-:-\..;v ��� ���.-���';������.    '���'���v.r.;..  '���."* y^~- "���-'���- ,' :;;.'���'������;   . ;.,;';.'���:..C',-,vv.':.: >' ;./���;���      ���������,' \ -  ���v;. ;:;y.o;yhe: !n\ysloyyii.d   capitalist,-  "-,- ywe. assert;'l hat:; we "have'., more Ho  ^^yhow- ,th;uy-a - speculative interest,  .'aud Abe returns-up,  to   dale clearly  ;, . Referriug;'tp ..'ihc-'coiiiuiu'iiicalib.n  pubUsbedyirr; this issue, in 'reference  to the olucial nieasureniei!tofAviiter,  .we^ might here say that;ourcdiioiV  'while in��� .Victoria-at about '..the time  the ,decisions.-wayrendered,in..favor  of v^hcymiiiers, 'ybiiyeii.quiry '.foiind  that DryVpungy our���-iiieinber,.'..had.  already broughy this maUer la the  'a.lle;nl'i��t'-:'pf.''.'th^  have not;.learuetl;since the doctor's;  rtLU'irn-'.--;asr:t;p;^yha^  jiis cllorts.' '  7 ���'���'.:'���.' ;'/;'  'During; our stay, on the coast we  paid sunie..attention ' to: parliauieh-  tary matters" ahclyve- think the district is !o .bcycaugratiiUitedyinon;  'the "efficieut -,'.\vb.fk'". that :Tias;; been  clone by .Di'.Ypiing,. -. he .'.was.'.iiu-  reniittiiig.iiV his efforts in; briii"iiio-  before tiie'^ Government Sail matters  pertaining' to; ;this district. -Since  011 r ret ii rn the eslin.iates .were, passed  aild besides, tl 1 e ��� ge 11 era 1 v.ote" for.-'the-  district, the doctor lias succeeded in.  :��������������� ,���    '��������� '��� ��� ���; ��� ,'    ,������'--  .������,���,���  obtaining $2,500  additional. - asya  special..-appro p.riatioii.i.'.'....;.', y ���'"' .:���'..;; " -;  WATGHMA!CERS';AND::;;:rMNUPAefUi?!N  llEiiiiiOTW.  ATLIN   &  DISCOVERY.  ^-o�������������-���-���--.-- ��� ������"  i|;3liiylr#  'r-;;:''     y;.;������"^-������:;-- v,���^yt-ATEST^^s'TytiES'-r:;���'������ :;-y: ;���/;y.^;y-''y^'i.::-'  ���;;���;-;���:;: ;^o;n;iT)l;et%  ; V TME ��� '-BM7��Sf^ W. ':-yMATTSr, Zs&SiJS^J A^D..y.XSSmES. :V  ;'77;'yf y^v^~X:'\yXg^  Our Gcock; are the Best- and Our" ��� Rnce's.; theLbwest.  '��  ?0:  ��IJillE  M;;--;:k:;' '-ill  :SHELF ;AKD  HEAy^yiARijWAREy  ���?-\t\-,'������';���'���;.'���:. 1. ':'./?'������'��� Tin -and- GVscito Ware, 'ryy-y:.:  e��i -���--   :y :M ���    Miriei-s' andBlEcksmiths' Supt>iiesi  ���y^yy-:-;:fey:.-.  ��� --   -  "Ni  ':><%,  -S^'  ���.-.-.-.. -.A��jV-'lft.>;^>-.:-::--'���  b'o'cirs and Winc!cws,  FE3ii'ssBSar&'/a&jtfj^/latiress Fkqt^^i-'; :X : '}y ���  ;Q3REESRONDEMgE.  ... ..- [I'iic Olaim is nut i-espoiisiliio for views ex-'  o to .iliu;r;tyu..te -tlVat- lO''-'l->ii't.---c'i>pitnl'-|.'- ���;'i��-osii!il:.bXvoorf.i>siiuiiiloiits:i;   :  in', our ''.camp- is, an/'���I.NV-Ks'rjiENT,  not a speculation.' "v:; \   .'-'.���'���   '  In a lew years the n:istrict will,  we feel siire, -take, its v rank as the  greatest .mining-, field in British Co-  ���liuubi'i:-''-  lulit'orThe'Atlji; Claim, ; ;; ....,;, ."'.;'���  Sir :-���With, reference , to Spruce  Creek, it is, I .think, .the .desire of  every one tliat. there ���should be no  litigation if possible this ^summer.  As is well known,, the miners have  succeeded iii upholding their7'water  light of-60b inches below the in-  laky of the Spruce Creak Power  ids, a. good- proposition. j:.Coj''?'ditT-ii ;.-while this  is so; it is  at  The resol'i'ition iutrbclucocl'in the  '���Provincial House,-: io i:-sui- land  ..script, t.o-llie aniouii.t of. 30,000,oco,-  is,;in...ptir.:i!iiK'  Josei3li:,.--Aiictrew;-:-'ClaVk..'','.I*eiiig".:.'S'2.';  in'. Bonanza sub-districty-Pichaid  'Gillespie'-'s...majority pye'r.C.h'as./R'eid  is 8.5:.;;' in ::Dominion'; ,sub-district,  George Black .was..'elected,-by accla-  m'ation^'.Miller Creek' is ;yet;;to;;be  heard7frbm'.;;'-'''.:.'- W ���::Xy:.>yy-.y. y-.y"::/y:.  ���'r ^''he-general-impression "is- th a ty-  so faras-Yukbn.'.isrco'nceriiecfrJoe.  Clarke's political '-"career"- is'-' closed.  ;He put;iip;a. ���iiardr.fightjaudr had.  much assistance from the tab push  bubewithotit avail.  They;,  wm  i/Ieri:s ' Suits:   Cleaned  '���';���.;..:v'.aind Repaired.'"':':  Ste,  Chui*ch, fsloticaa-  The Tru.y(i Slates shows a splendid',''.vortli): .of -notice 'that- there J  it-prac  Hygave away  .preceti.c.n.l,  anilli-di'is of acres pf-.Us best, land: to'  settlers; thereby "profiting; :enor-  ���mously by the ^enhanced; value of  -.i;emaiuiug_lands-, and   the -immense  iitcreasciu yonulation. '"���'���'"....  Acei-rding to:'the eslitnates, I-Jri-  tish Ci.'iuinbia has .about   250,000,'-  I e.ssrt no means of .measuring, the  v-.-..ter, and unless some, .official  nlauisadoptedai once,: so, that the  water can .be measure:!, there .will  be the same trouble as-in the past,  namely.: a.dispute as to: the amount  of water actually in the creek,-thus,  throwing- the whole of this valuable'  .Cliiircli'ol lStitfliiinl: St. .Martin's Uliurcli ���  S.iiiiilu.v soi'viees iMntins at 11 ii. in.; Kven-  soiijjJ.-'.-7:SU ,|). in. 'Celuhi-aliou -of Holy Coiu-  iniiNion. 1st Siimlii.v in cuulr inbntlr ami on  spL'uittl: ouciisions. Siinila.v. School: Sniulav,'  al �� ii.ni.- Cinuiiiittei; Meotiiiys, 1st Tfini-sdiiv  uiuili-- inontli.,.. Iluv. V. !,. .StiM.lifii.soii, l-ei-tiir.  "St. A nil row's Presliyteriaii Glmrcli liol.!  survices in tho Cliui'uli on Second Street,  llorninjr^iei'viee at II : uvuninjr sovvie��',.7:!Vj.  Suiiiliiy Sitliool lit (lie close' of the inoriiinii  sorvleo.'-.Itov. !'.Tiit'Uiii^ton, minister.  ��� -.:-'-.AH. Work; (itiararilced.':- .  -Goods   Cnlleii-For; and   l)e-  [[���'���'��� "j   ,.    \*.*:'   ���' 'Hv'l'rcd'.' "'���'  ���:���'���[ Mr. and Mrs. J; S. Fenn,  ��� .'���'���.,'.���'.      Proprietors. '.":������  St WIS! Pay; You:  To ..send "The :Claini " to .your  friends; instead of loosing tinio  writing' letters, 1't endeavoui's tu  .I'jiiblisli every week all the iirinei-  pal iiews of this Ilistriet. l'riee,  ; to. any part <���>< the world : Six:  ino.iitlis, .*2..T.) ; one year, 85.00. ,  :U  ~r.  : BATHS  G;--r;'R.;;.':-'R  'K?..  ���Go'q  -ALASKA   ROUTE   SA! LIWGS-  ooo'acies'ot  crown ��� lands, and   the j industry into factious litigation.,   '  .Province .has   power   \u   dispose of. j ' 'I   would .therefore -suggest  that  the government should have a uiea-  sauie . on. niiy tei:u/s which   Parlia-  nieut. may prescribe. ..'..'  . By- issuing   litud   script   lor one-  sun ng box constructed at. the   proper place and thus have an"-official  . eighlh. of the available 'laud, 'the I iiieasunucnt 'of the water, which  Province would s-.-cure a large sum [should of course be'handed over to-  of money, -which would (according, the Gold Commissioner, with power  to John 'Houston,. iM. P. P., i |,c | to reg'tilate the same from lime to  uiowr of (];,, rcMoh: ���!'���:! i, be devot-'i time as may hi:' necessary. This  ed to puying nil- the Provincial debt, j done, I venture to predict, harmony  ���-The .following  Sailings' are announced for the .mouth of   March,  leaving Skagway at S-'p.-m.:  Princess 'May : April 15th and 25II1,  May 5th, -'1.5th  and 25.1b.-end  ��� June 5II1.  ���Ifor-further inforiuatioii, apply or  wril.e to.        Ii. B. Dunn, Agent,  Skagway. Alaska.  y'lko-;. BARBER SHOP .'..-'  - JA SHiici.ps i' Eddy DuKiiAii.  iN'ow occupy t liejr now   iiiiiu-ters next  to the Bunk of 11. N;*A.. I'Mi'st Street.  '.l'lic l)it,tli rooms ai'e et|iiull>' as j^-ood as foiintl.;  in   cities.    Hrlvii-tu   lintranee for lailios.  IIOIEL VANCOUVER.  THIS HOTEL IS STCCK.ED WITH  THE   BEST   OF   GOODS .  S&SHSb   tSs��S3S3StOBiQ���    Progs.'  pioviding a sclio..-! ihud, aidin:;-. in j  the couslnictio;. of railways, constructing syyems ol' irriv.aiioi:  canals in semi-aiid districts, uud  building trunk wagon roads.  li' the script wye issued, there is  not lhe slightest doubt but that il  would be eagerly taken up, as lhe  price fixed is only .oi.oo per acre :  the purchasers would naturally'improve on the land :.;iu!, by so doing,  add enormously to the remaining  to   the   advantage   of  JI    not,   f   predict  on   the   creel,  otherwise.  Yours,  K. M. N. Woods.  The Yukon Election..  Joe- Clark a Dead One.  lauds,  'rovince.  We hope lo sec  something  along, these lines,   So   that   lhe   im-! Brieu was elected, his in  The voting  for  members for the  Yukon   Council   on   Wednesday of  last  week   resulted   as  follows:. Iii  lej North    Dawson,    Henry'C:   M'ac-  [aulay defeated N. F. Hagel  by 63;  done. I in South  Dawson, Thomas W. O'-  1  mm Logge,'  . A. F. &. A.Tv".  lie^rnlar (.oinmiinica-  Jions licld on the lirsi  Tliin-sd.-i.v of each month  In the A. O. U. W, Hall,  Third Street.  VisitiiiK- brelhren cordially invited.  irowniee'&'fflcFarlane  Engineers and Surveyors.  .1. It. llltO\VKI.I5K, 1>. li. S., I). L. S.,  ���). W. McI-'AISI-AlVU, C. 1;.  Pine Mm lofel  -"*'��� DISCOVERY, B. C.  ���A   HTKK.'TI'iY  A Strictly First-Class  Hotel.  Dining-RoQiu in connection.  Choicest'Wines, I,iquors and Cigars  ED.   SANDS,   Propcietoi-  Dixon   &.   Sohulzv  3ropiietorff,  WANTED.  .MK.\' AM) WOMKN in Mils county and ad-  jolninji- trrriiories, to present anil advertise  tin old estalilished house of soliil financial  sl.aiiiliny. .Salary to uien $21 weekly,.(;o women i!2 lo .^is weekly with expenses advanced each .Monday liy check direct from  headquarters, Horse and luitw.v I'lirnished  when necessary. Position permanent. Ad-  ilress, lilew liros. & Co, Uuiit.R, Moiiii'n Il!il;r., I  a.jorilyoverJa,i,.:i;,.0, tit.. - !  Discovery.  OPEN  DAY  AND NIGHT  FIKST-CEASS RESTA UK A NT  IN  c6n nicct ion.  .lluiuliiiiartut's  for  Uixon';,- Mtn��:e.  �����n  ���������ft  M  ������I  yy,��f  ���-���������=���?]  .t;  ���^ ���JttK'WIMajt**.-���*-'��*. -���!���' ~--- ^??y?^  B?*^**!*^  6  ATijn,���:'. b.;:;c���,ysat.urd.ay;; ; Afrit,; 22- ��� 1.905;  ItiM^  y|__^"|~^~|j:o '..'������.������virr!portcrs^.:ahd...:'!Ge,Fier^l:;yMsrchants;  j.- ci?jf2r^rzzrj=rx  Staple   and"--Fancy    Dry   Goods,   y'      Ladie^ .'"K���c,p,,     :flii,r,,i.Jflr '���:������'���  :";y-';Reatii^-tVla4e" Clothing  Weoarrya full line of tho celebrated .Gold Seal Rubbers and Overshoes-  .-���''���:''���'Remember' 'every article: we sell we guarantee tbl-be.'-fii'^t'class.-:-- ���y. y  - ��� finons iii;i,i,vB!inp I'KDAU'Tt.Yo:; ���nitrciti-i.iipcs.y;;--;-y - :-. y y ;y;y--:'"--. y-,7 *������ '=��������� ,,-'���- y" '--yy      - ;;;..;.    ;.: ;���-,-; ,,���,,;.,- - -,: .;'���--.;      -,- A-.- S. CliOS.y f.iiijs"; :  '.Dawson Charley'.-.'on the; War  y;y;;y-j^^  ;; /There was I rouble at Caril.toii the  "other ��� day.'. The "sanctify of y lie  ;hoinct)f: Dawson'Charlie, lhe big  .'.'.���;-Ihdi;aiV:-;p,r the- Jakes";','\\ lib; made/a:.  ;: fort u 11c i j 1 _ the K loud i k e',iiii ncs, li its;  ,been invaded ahcltlieonicersof the:  -:la\y; a re, seeking; the iny.ade.rs;;-.yy-  .-..'���.���.ThC". .story..coiues. (roiii -Garibou  /that/the \yhite;iiieh"aifdyh'e Tiidians;  ������.iit; thay placeyhacl-ayrobcfvtime,' in.  ''the. course'-: of Awhich the :sibck. of  r'fi re- water- was^niateriallyred need y'--  c^";;it;:;was;'."at, ...an ; early.-h.our in the  ; liioriiing. \ylieii Dawson -Cliarlie  ��� thougli't of his' ho!iie,:aiicl die7!;then.  .discovered;, that, lie hadheen locked:  .".out;'.'' v' ;;:-;:^';;���;;;;;;./,;;;:.;/���:'"'-''"';:v:-':';V7';.,:",''7;-;.;;.--"'"  -;; Willi ���-the.? assistance ;_pf-;sbnie of  '",his copper lined   friends, he; broke.  /the ;;..door;j.;0j3en';'.-..:,";.:TJis;-.'housed/was.;  .occupied/byhiS/wife^aiid.. .a;.'" whi tenia n whose.naiiie. liasjiot:yet'been,  learnedy ;:Charlie/-"has applied;for;a.  avarraht for.the.arrest of::h;is'-' erring:  .'.spouse:.au.d;'the-'white.;mau..-.\.-;-'A;la\y.T;  yerhas coine over from "���Whitehorse':  :.and;ihe:end';is;uot;yet.';:;;;y:;.;;y;;y:  ,Xo' Search- forPoje.  -Peary to Use   Wireless  Telegraph  ���yy.'-'������'���;���;���':' r;/Alon��,;Course. y. - yy  . Lieut. ;R. -E. Peary, Arctic explorer, gave an illustrated lecture in  New Yprk a few days ago. He  outlined the .plans of his coming-  trip in search of the pole, and told  ot his expectations. :: One: of.the  principal :features of these, plan's  will be the establishing ,01 wireless  telegraplr.staUous.along his course  to the iiortii.    The new ship-which  : Peary will use,- is to., be .equipped  with wireless apparatus. so' that he  may order: suppliesy-frcm.v. some/  northern: porl.'.aiid he \yill also pro;;  : bably, use; the system--6ii./thence.  Mrs.-Peary may accompany hiiii. "���"  The explorer .'shidytlfat. he expected to saibfrom New'-York; early  in July, and would go to Sydney,  Cape Breton, where the. ship'will  coal aiid then proceed through'the  Straits of Belle Isle to the^abradpr;  coast aiid up the  Greenland, coast..  'After entering Smith Sound the  ship' will make Cape York-"and then  proceed to Cape Sabine, where a  base of supplies will be established.  Wireless, stations will'be established-  at .Cape' York and Cape . Sabine,  and :it the latter port Eskimos .will  join the party. The ship will'go  into winter quarters in the Central  Polar Basin, and lhe explorers will  make a clash for;.the pole lhe following sunniier, willy-sleds aiid. dogs,.  By .means, of' tlie' wireless ���'stations,;  ��� Peary hope's'to be able to cpni'muui-  ciite withyNew   York. ' If- the-ice  '' conditio.) is are particularly 'biul/the  ship 'may go  into' winter ���.quarters  : further-south.thaiy'is now intended.;,  -If such should ���be-the casc,'.llie"trip  ���may .lake two years.    Lieut.- r^>';  ��� hqpes,. however, to ' be ' gone''liot  loimer llitui'iS months.'     ���'      -    ���  :Ncw:,Placer;:;Strilce.  ������'.-._���;���.��� Eronr.ValdcJzcomes iiews;ol',wliat  :.is',believed 'tpdie.-.i rich' placer:strike  0.11Raspberry/Island neaiyKodiak;'  .Tlie-lind/isdjcach diggiiigs,and excitement ,is: running;, lii^  ilieyieople oirKodiah-anil/Alognat  -Island; yA' t-'.^)'resell t;.the re "iire'-'abbiit  70 uicii at; tlie;.; diggings1;l aiid��� .'With  Ihe most ciudeyppliances'-iire-'lak-  iug/'but': froin -|4;'to^i'^'per^lay-.;  Many iiati\-e.s:;are- rock big.;; oh the  beacli',;;and -"althougli ./thejyk'iiow'  little, or llbthing about; mi iii ug, are  taking- but Irpm $2 to $5 per, clay.;; -  [mminent;r Er'tipfion-.of-Mount  .Sta;':::^-/y?y;;;/::'  y Reddiiigj ;Cal; :-L-K.u.mblihgs;;are  dail}^:-heardJ'-fi-bm;V;,Mbunt"i;i'Sha!3ta:-:  Volcanic .ashes aucl:lava are'oozi 11 g  through1 the ere vices, ,'aud:-, flowing  clbwfvthe;mountain sides.--.The inhabitants .br;Sissbhr;and adjoining  towns are greatly-alarmed.'"'.:��� -y:.;:  LlgUO^;77"LICENgE';;:,AG'r;  'Appi:bation f6fTransfer' of Li6ence.  rpAKiJ-N.oT.tCEttiiii;tt::f,;yENNiTnoTMANv1of  "':������ Atlin, B.C., shall tippli- to the Hoard  of ijiceiiee Commissi oners lit. their - next  hicetiag for the transfer of the Hotel  I.ieenee, now. held by trie,to-.sell Intbxieat-  ins- Uiiiuo'rs in the;premises known as the  " Royal" Hotel, situate on I;ot 7, Block 15 of  tlie' I'owusitc of Atlin; ,li'.C, to ;JoSKi'ii  TA"rj'iMlitE,:bf Atlin, 11. C. !.".���'.'.'..:'';:'���.'  Dated this 23rd day of March, 1905.:f,A���..:--',  ������'-'���";-. ���-.-���'��� /     VENN.TUOTMA.N.-:,/  Last Chance Mineral Claim.  ���Situa'J'k in; xiiu Axi/iNiMiNiNCi Division ov  ' : Cassiair.piSTiucT,   con��isting   op.th'e  I/AaT. Chance Mi.NiiiiAL;CJj.At.\r:   Wiiehu  'i.OOATlLU^-llUXWEENHlUCIt AND llOUt-DElt  CllKEKS, NoliTH OFPlNK-CltUElv. .^..- /- .  r*5~lAKK'- NOTICE that I, M. It. jamieson,  a^ent. Tor W. H.'Urowii, li'ree .Miner's  Ccrtilieate nS4,8!)b,;.iuitl' J. ji.'DowniiifV.Free  Jliner's Certificate !i31,SUl,aiid;..lo|m Woods,  .Free Jliner's Certilicate, li3-l,Sfl'2,''intend, 60  days ii'b'nT date hereof toai?iiiytb the Mihiiifi  Recorder for u Certificate of,Imjirovoiiieiit:  for the purpose of olituiiiiiiK' " Crown Grant  of the ahove claiiiK -.-��� ���,-.���'��� -.���.���--.     ..:-."--.,���:....  And further take .notice tluit.iiutltiti, under  seel ion !i7, must ho eominoniJuii.lieforp-t.lio  iSiin'aiiec of ^irt:iuCer'tifii;'ate of I riipro.vement.  'b'ato'd tl'iis-i'tli-.tltiy of March, 1U05,  /.:  ;i.'���   .'  m. R.-j'AMiiisbN,'if. i\r..c. tai.soi.,  Queeh Charlotte. IVJin,sra! Claim.  SlTlIAJL lN-Tl'li.-.   ATMN   liAKE   MlSINO   DlVl-  ' :   St'oS'-Of   GASSlA'lt' DlSXKICT.'   WllKlIB  I..O-  , (!A'CKt>':~-On Union Mountain, Hbaii ot.'  ���" :J.i'rn.E.si'nuci3"CitBBk;.  PpAKIi f<OTIC 14 that J, Henry Nicholson,  : '..I'mli .Miner's Certilicate No. ii!M',7UI, in-  lend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to tlie .Minii'i;; Recorder lor a Certilicate  of Improvement, for the purpose of obtaining ii Crown (-iriint of tlie above claim.  And further lalie notice thataclion, under  section 37; must'lie commenced befoi'e the  issuance of siichCcrlillcnte of I mproveinimts.  Dalcd this '.ah day of I'ebrnary, A. I). 11105.    ' HKNllV NICIIOI.SON.  Good Slope  Mineral Claim.  Sitii'ATr, in the Atmn Mininii Division ov  ��� ���'������CJahmiaii   Iiihtkicj'.    Wiieue   i.ocatud ���  / ��� .IlKAIHJUAIITEIlK Ol' GHANITK CKHEIC.  ���rj-tAll.lvNOTICIi that I., Geo. Pollay, V. AUG.  ' .������1)31,801, part owner and awent for Jtiliii  Kii.Uliiiid, K. M.C. 1133,151, intend, sixty days  froin'the dale liiirryl',. to uppli- to the Miniiifr  Itecorder lor a Certificate Of Improvements,  :f<)r the purpose of obtaining li Crown Grant  oftlierabove claim,  ' Aiid fiii'llier lake notice that action, under  seciion 37, must be eommi.-nced before the  'issi'i'tiiiceof such CJt.-i-t'i fiCTitfs of liiiiirovenient.  ���   Ihiteil this 1stda.v of April, A. 1). 11)05.  3ylf^  0J2JZXM-JCX  ;;.l;/;-y  C.    DbELKER     IWanagor-        ' . '  . O     Cl     C) ;   ()     o  Ben-^ell-;;3?eart ;ci ,Goy  Vancouver,  ���SOLir;^GKNTS : FOR'BlJlTlSH 'Coi;Ul\IBIA.  HE  ;;.��../;;#  'TH)��?pi^  /:;^:...yy;" ;.-...-',.:-; '������.���-^'���-':CLASS-7;PRiNClPLESy--':-  m;,!  DISCOVERY,   B. fC.  .JirvST^GIj^SS.  ;;;S^E^^^>;M  ."-"''::;;-'.';.:';::;;,:    J.   P.   ROSE^/Prppristtji-.    V ;  .ReSTAUIIANT.UnSUIII'ASSEII.       ���"���'-..������ /LlVEl'tY' lS.tlOSSECIIOK.  ySSEfit-yflQ  DIXCN    BROTHERS,   Proprietors.  Pool    &   'Billiads, y Free.  Freighting and Teaming     ;   ^        Horses and Sleighs for Hire.  l��E;i_,  TALLM 1 R��-'-������&���'-;BEN N ETT,    Proprietors.  Corner Pea.rl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  FIRST  'CLASS, RESTAURANT    IN    CONNECTION.  t.liliU^>i.'iM  CII0ICESr"WINES,'LU)00HS-ANI) CICAUS���CASE G00��S A SI'ECIAJ-IV.  ^"��'t��-8-.'..'..'.��rn;Jy    C^a^u^^^111'  ��� :  %>ailaMlm-'      ^-'[low   where   diamonds .are to.be  ���'::; ''"     ..'��� CAPITAL    PAIDouiKlin "place.";  Dr.,.Ami,   con-  R'fiSHRVi.;,' S'jlioo.oOcJ.h   Prof. .Gv.l'\ Kunz, a  '   " ; ' , ���'��� '::^.,I . Ct-.-  Branchesof the Bank at ieattiu,  San Francisco,  Portland,  Skagway, ete.  ExGte&szga sold! am ail PaHfiilts*  Gold Dust Pukciiahh.d���Assay OVitck in Connico'ion1.  /  -       . J).  ROSS, Manager.  VANCOUVER'' ENGINEERING WORKS,' LTD.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  SPECIALISTS   IN  o  J1  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS, ;    WATKR    GATES,  '      RH?FI,K    BARS, STKKL RIVKTTlvI)    PIPJi,  HOISTS,       MINING    CAGlvS     and     ORK    CARS.  MADE   TO   SPECIAL   DESIGN.  A.   C.  H1RSCHFELD,   Agent for  Atlin  District. '���S&^'^iCSfjg^ss^titLii-  ��&&&&$&*  ->.-��ii 'X'nv'Utf'S U-I.-i  '*m  1  .ATLIN:, y,B,   C,;, .SATURDAY,;;;. APRIL  JW.5.  !-r ���  '���I.  It i'  II;  mil      , ���a ,1ii'��      'V"��    .0��� ���..  . ���I'Il'e":-.AXIIiI,.-:-tIailS2��  5' r�� ���; A_i S-'N CI;AiAl ic t"jci.irii\:..0' z\i'r:tvs 'uiirina-rSY  ��.-.ont;.jtjc:.    MftiLcp   riu'i.   to   mjy   r'/inr. of*."rnt:  -   "      vv'jjiL'j  ro;-t  :;o   crtiv.-,   t;t:n  mchtii;'*'!! on/im:f-  ���   v*-.--.'?..   'A'jvuf;-! tto: >���;�� n.vi r:r; :, u!..*m t ���*_������) i iich cfcii  [ ,'    f :-i.:. .*-".i ion ; -������;,',i ::.if, r,. ;i y *,*<--��� '.<.." "-.*V. ci:>;;r^ a ,ui:r:.'  i-r'LLi.M ���" R4TI. 'J   . CO  ' ftPfM.Iti-.TICrt. . . '    G.    c  ���'.   .'������      '-::        ." .T'. ,. .....L.-^.^^ .:.-.....;.-.._"... 7iy.  -KJiri'JUNTiNU.: - ''' -"-���:.;'.y  ,,-:ii.L-HL-.(lJ',i ', ���   t-QHTEfl-J,���       '..        \, 1S 1 T I N/.V/ O A Fi 13 ri  >r."rii,-^r.r,c,.',,   ,'      i'ii'jsn.-.M.,ir&, , ��� l-.-c. :tc.    -    ���  -    oni-n-vl1 pnor.-iFTLV xxccurtrn. -'  ,,;;���'- PHI.C ITS: MOPCIIATR.      ��� :." ���   '���'      /  ' ;'    yi'llH Xri.i:-:' Gt-AIM   PuilLISUlSCl'Co.  1       ''A.    C.     Ill 1CSCII i.-'l.; ���IJ).     Iill!T;l.l;-PHOi'U! liXOK.  --- -TbthOse: t!i Uifc are con versa ut with  iytlte "Siluati.;.!!. thy.outlook'' lor .lhe  ���;."; coming syyiuis more   than   bright  aiid is contemplated:with the'vl-;e'eii'-"  -est appreciation. -7   . :     : ,   . ..      '���:,'  -;; v;;Ti5b'"bo!niyideygbod: comiiierciaf  /value   of' our: various   mining   investments   here '-is;only now layiVig-  ;;the,   foulKhition;:'for   larger;'.e'iiter-  7 prises, requiring;greater capital and  uibre development.':''."'     ".'���'..;���'y y '��� ���"���:;"  7 .'rh'e^iniinng; world:isgradually  becoming cognizant of t-he'jaet that  yinlhe.Ath^i District there-are ���'. pro-  ..���",-per lie:;'-,-v>'hich,-;.with-, the   adveat ol-  '������'���more modern ' machinery,-would be  phenomenal; producers-.; aiid we do1  ; pot   beskate to afiinuthat auvyand'  allof the gravei here will   bear the  closest skilled  engineering, iuvesti-  ���������  gallon:     -:��� . : .----;:- ��� '������' ���  "���.    , s   y" .::.". .���' y ":.:���' '     "     ���'-.'' ������   a-. ������'���;���'���  '.;;.���  -Coythe/Jjivestoi- -aim'''.-'capitalist,  ;-w.e   assert; that" .we;;have;iiiore;;tb  --show -than-.,a -speculative^ interesL-  ;and the returns-up   to   dale-clearly-!  go to illuiitvate that -to - y>mi - -capital  in   our   camp   is- an "in^vkstmu^Tv  not a speculation.- ;'���  -In a few years   the-district  'we; feel 7sure,r .take; its ���'" rank as; the  greatest ruining: held in British Co-  . luutbia.-: :- '���" .���;���'-''  men:y,areasol'uuoccupicdand uh  produclive land-iirPritisli Coinmbia-  may, -become prodiictiv'e,thereby  necessitating'means of transporta-  ! ion,/Opening up a heavily/mineralized country as well as -an-agricul-  tuiai one; and,, lasl but' nqt least,,  bringing to British Columbia;what  is most;- needed, population ..and  capital.'.;..../,..     .;"/".-.;.'���:,-:;.-,     ',y'.X.  R el-erring to . the comuiuuicaiion  ���.published iii this 'issue,:! u reference  to I he. o fiieia 1 m.eas iirem en.l of-'water,  wy, -might here say .that our. editor,:  .wliile''.iir'Yic;tqHJa;.at'-a'bo.ul-.;the;:'liine'  tlie decision, was rendered.iii-favor,,  of; the..' minery on ;enquiry'.''Totincl:  lhat;;i.)K.-Young,; our member,/./had  already/brought -this yualterlo J lie  ���"alien'fio'ii;'^  have not '.learned-'shiee.-tiie.'doctor's  r'tt'iirn;as to what;;siicCes;r iitteiulecl7  his efibrls:7   :.:;,':f:'-;'.:''.'- ������'-  ;-'������-'''''���  During ^111; slay on1 the coast we  paid some attention , to parliuuien-  tarytnaltersv and,;wetb tiikt lie district is 'to be.-coiigratula ted;/unoii'.  the yfiicieut work , that ;has "'been'  done by "l)r;'.-:Yo-u.ii��fvr'', he' was .unremitting - iii -his. effortS;iii,bi-iuging  before tlie''Government all iiiatters  perlai'niiigMo'-this, district./ Since  'bur'return the.estimates were passed  and besides;the ;geueral yofe\for,-tl^  district<:.the: doctor bas succeeded i 11.;  pbtaiiiiug; $2,500--additional :��� ��ls.::--:p.-;  special, appropriation.:,,-':-- ::y '.; ���;.:?  .\win��wfctfirw��ai.^i.,r��.J.rfW./...^  ..   .^.yiiY.siiMi out :��'in:N';yQi; ca:;,(jkt (iikiiis 'Ati't'iiSAi1, iikiik ?        . ;;;:;,,:  .: Atlin, hJuggst7 aiui; Grape   RiiiCjO' mini ��U lvh'i'ilsi'or^.J.p'wblrjyiiaii'ii'.'-.  ���'Cncfciircd.-o'ii- tlie pruniit.es.,    / :,:,���.,,-,; "���.���:.':.���'' ���'���-',-! :' - y;y.,.--���/-'   /-'���:,/  '.:, I'M.iio 'ne\v  Stiielc; of ���.ViiEStbfcc-s,'  Ciccks, Jcwelfy   iiiiiV.- Diamonds  Wtitchns Iruiii Sri.Ol) i:p. '   ..'���''��� -    ..;   ,;     ..:''.���..'"...' /-  ���,'���','.',..','���'''.���;'��� ������'���:  Silverwai-o, Cut 'Glass, -I'lar.d Fainted China', S;oi!'vcnif Siiooits.  &  IHEll  *��  :fk ypUplj   A'i'iaN a^ij: imscovkky,:  yiKl GH^AlCE^; 'AND:'' .^A0tAQjrmN0)mEL0i  WxmMs^'MMKmim:.  ATL!N; &yDISCOVERY.  ;/':���-; ���.;"';:'���' .>.;.'.; ,:i;:;;.':; ^:'��� y th e . ��� latest - styles'.;; ":jyy %x<.:;,;;       y...-  y/..;..:yV;y.^6n;i:;p]ete^  ';������"��� )ji3E':7 \t!;A7ESt:y;8!M^ <[MA^ \:-SS{SSES.;:';s  L'y"'XXy''':'r'yy .:���['"'y'\S^\'X&^  "L"- Our-Goods are the Best and Our, Prices- the ;,Lowest.  ��  '.o  -.^i  ;;;;./..;; y.;,;;;atun, .n.;G.;;...-',:.'v;.';;.:-; 7',;  .SHELF/AND; HEAVY   HARDWARE,;;;'  Tin and Granite Ware, .:.���-; t ���/..;,:/;.-  Wlir.crs'anci Blacksmiths' Sup jjiies,  ,-/A5vS,'.--'i--^'-:-i'>i  - -fe*'jyyy-'N.,;  .A-V, ���>^'J--..'.--V,-<^.--,.Bi    -  ���"���i^yLMV  Docirs cn'd Wi ndcws.  PSSE'zvsiar&yziWi^.M  rCDSRESPOiNlDENCE;  [i'Ue ClttinVis'not respoiisiliki tor vin\vs ox-  -    - -lvi'oy��ij(r.l).v.eorr'c>ilii>inluiiti=:]  ���Th.c resolution introduced in the  Provincial .House, ."t  issue   land  script to, I he'.amount of 30,000,000,  ; i.s, in our minds, a good.pioposition.  . The .Unked States sliows a splendid  pr:-:cedeut, -it practically gave away  :iiiil!ions of acres of.its best land to  settle:  thereby    proHtiug  ."';'������: Ivdilor The Atliii Claim,.',".'..;-/C%-  will, I     ^Jr.:.���With 'reference   to -Spruce  Creek, it is, I  think, the; desire of  every.one that there should  be   no  litigation if possible  this .Slimmer.  As is well known, the  miners have  succeeded in upholding their water  right of 600  inches   below  the intake   of: the .Spruce   Creek  Power  Coy's ditch ; -while this Ls. so; it is  wortiiy of -notict:   that   there ..is at  present no nieaus of measurin'g.the  water,   and    unless    some, .official  'plan is adopted at ouce,:so tliatthe  water can , bei'.'measured,, there', will  be the same trouble  as-in the past,  namely :' a disnuteas to the amount  of water actually in the creek, thus  throwing the whole of this valuable-  Joseph ;;Andrew;:Clarlc; being  82'-.',;'  in ��� Bonaiiza , sub-district; V'rRichaicl  Gillespie's/iiiajority over Cbas.Reid  isy85:; ���;iiiADbuiihioii7. :sub-dislriet,':  George,Black;..was elected; by, accla-'  m'atioii ;:/Miller;Creek:is; yet:-;f-.tbi'/-b'e':  lieard; from o'v-v/.::,;.; ,:y;:;,rfv:.;,:7:y-;,-';;;'  y z^'he general,:impressi6n;cis-;'that,'  so far as. Yukon ''is'; ���ebneerned, ;Joe  Clarke,,s:pblitibal;., career; is closed.  He,put,ii'p;.. a: hard;:,lightnaud   had  much-assistance;from.the lab. push,  but^withoul avail.   ������    -'  5Ch'e-.  a  Men's   Suits   Cleaned'  ,'-and Repaired.;-y,;:  ;-AII.\Vcrft. (iiiaitinloed. -,..  ,.0oot's;��� Called���'.. for /and    l)e-  :U**:rcci:'.  |l|fgg;cil��i^-^y;yy  y.fyyMr.-and ;Mrs. ������ J. S. Fenhf  ::.."'.   -./:     : Proprietors.  it: Wi!!   Pay>You '  euor-  ;.;,; Church   Noticesi. ''  _^ Clmroli ol I5iif;liuiil: St. Jliirtin's Oliureli -  .b.iinila.v services: iMtitins itt"U'ii;.m.; Kven-  soiih.,-'-7:31) p. 111. Celebration -of Holy Com-'  iiiiinioii, 1st, Suntlii.v in enuli inbtitli aiiil-ou  speeiiil oeeasioiis. Siinila.v. Selniol: Sumlav,  at :i p. in. (Joiiimitteo .Meetinys, IstTrnirsiluV:  eiielrnioiitli.:    Key. 1.'. I.; Stephenson, rector.  St. .Andrew's"- Presli.vtei-iini Church hold  services in the Church cm Second Street.  Jlornin^'.service at .11 ; isvuiiiiiy sorvif��;',-.7:;iJ.'  Sim.lay School at the close of the , morning  service. ;-.ltov. li.Tiii'liin^hon, tninisler.    ;,������  ....'..::.     , .    To  sen  d,: "The.  Ch  din "   to  your  ,        friends,  instead  0  loosinjr  tinio  writing  letters.  Tt  endoavoiirs to  '.-.���   i')iil)lisli  every week  all the [11  inci-  pal  nev\  s  of this  11  isti-iut.   1  riee.  to  any  part,   of  tl  e World :  Six  .-���-.:������-'���-,- mo.  iths  4.2.HO ; one-.  ���ear, S.">.()U  UTOUsly by; thti-,- enhanced,   value of  vemainiug hinds   and   the  immense  increase in population.,'   -������"v"  According to  tin: estimates. Hri-  Ush Columbia has about  250.000,-  000 actes of crowu  lauds, and. the'industry into faetipus litigation.  Province lias   power,   Uj   dispose-of!  'same', on-any teru-s.'which   Pariia-  ���niciit may.prescriije. -  'L'.y  issuing   laud   script ' for one-  fQ),  C'6c  ���ALASKA    ROUTE   SA! LINGS���-  i would therefore suggest that  the government should have a measuring box constructed at the proper place and thus have ail official  eigutu   oi   the   available   laud,   the! measurment of   the   water,   which  Province would sec tire a iai'/c sum'  should of course lie handed  01  money, which would   (accoi..lint-  over to  Lhe Gobi Commissioner, with power  to regulate lhe same' from lime lo  lime as' may he necessary. This  ed to.paying of!, the Provincial debt, J done, .1 venture to predict harmony  P'ioa itliiig a school fund, aiding j,n Ion the creek; )X not, f predict  ihe   constrncti'>:>  of railways,  con-'otherwise.  'to   John   Houston,- ;\l.   p.   |y  mover   of the resohuion':, be do  tlie  '.'Ot-  The following "'Sailings'.1 are  announced for the '.month.'of   March,  leaving Skagway at S. p. m. :  Princess -May : April 15th and 25II1,  May  5th,   151(1   and 25th; ivnd  June 5th.  ,1'or further information, ap.ply'or  write lo,       IT. H. Dunn, Agent,  ��� ��� \ . Skagway, Alaska'.  JT^y "BATHS ���   '  Jr^..o   BARbKR SHOP  JA Shiici.iis &'.Hddv Dukham. .  Nowocetipy then- iiv-wciiiiirtei-.s next  lo tlieUanl; of 11. X. A., Kirst Streec., ,  The-lititli rooms are e<inally ns sciuil as foui.nl  in   cities.    I'rtviite   lUiitrance for la.-lies.  HOtEt: VANGOliyER:-;  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED WITH  THE   BEST   OFGOO'DS-  structing systems ,��f inigaiion  canals, in .seiiu-and districts, aiid  building trunk wagon roads.  if the script were issued, there is  not the slightest doubt but thai it  would be eagerly taken up,, as the  price fixed.is only j-iutio per acre :  the purchasers would., nalurailv im-  Yours,  K. M.  N. Woods.  ������IflintO'  A. F. & A.M.  Ketfiiliir coinniiiiiiea-  liiins held on the firsl  Thursday of each month  in the A. 0. U. \V. Hall,  Third Street.  \ isitinjr lirelliron cordially Invited.  Hue ���������tr& -loies  """ DISCOVKRV, p. c.  A   HTUK'TI.V  A Strictly First-Class  Hotel.  Dining-Kooni in connection'.  Choicest Wines, T^quoi's and Cigars  T  he  /ukon iHieclion..  .Joo Clark a Dead One.  The voting   for   members for the  prove on Ihe land and, by so doing, I Yukon   Council   on   Wednesday of  add   enormously lo   lhe   remaining i last week   resulted   as   follows:'-Iii  lauds,    lo   Hie   advantage   of   the I North    Dawson,    Henry   C.   M'ac-  i)royincc:- janlay defeated N. b. Hagel  by 63;  We hope to sec   somcthim'   d  Br ownle'6 �� fflcFarlane  Engineers and Surveyors.  .1. If. I'SltOWNUCK, P. I���S��� 1). |,.s.,  ���). \V.-,li.!l.'AI{l,AN|.:, C. K.  WANTED.  _ MKN AMI WOMEN in Miiw eoiinly and ad-  joiiiiiin- terriiories, (o present, and advertise  an old established house of solid linanclal  standing. Salary (o men 821 weeUly,,l.o women $Vl to S'jj vveeldy with expenses advanced each Monday by eheelt direct from  lioailqiwu-lcrs.   Horse and Uuixgy I'lirnished  ED.  Dixon   &.   Schiilz  AiMDS,   Propdetoi-  Prcprietors,  Discovery.  opi<;n day and night  ;;,    done! ill   South    DaWSOU, Thomas   W.  O'-    wl"' "ecessary.    Position pennanenl.   Ail-  ���ilonji. these lines,   so   lluit   the   im-{ Prieu was elected, his majority over J c'hi^'ol'iiL111'''"' * C"'��u"l-B'M"" "!,|.,;  VIKST-Cr^ASS Rb'.STAURANT  J.N  CONNECTION.  lleiwluiiartei'M   for  Dlr.on's  stifle.  -"Jl  -1  I  /������'  "9  ���;:::rf.:.ir.~-j.,:.,-..^j>._, r ��<J^-rf.j.^.^.3^  MS  ,atun,"'.b;;c.v;::Saturday," : a.prh;  ��9��5:  K  [ii-  MGtrl^;  *  Staple   nr.ci   Fancy 'Dry. Goods,  Ladies' and Gent's Folt-Sjips-ci-sj;'  Reaciy-tVlade'Clotbinrj, ���       :/    '-  Ladies- ''Uniioiwegr,.  IW en 'is, ..Undqi'vypai',;,  Boots, .'Shoe's,'/Etc.":  ;9 /';^tslo''  ;!mporiersy:firi^  .���-��3!i^,'3^~;'"  We carry a full lineof the celebrated Gold -Sea I Rubbers and Overshoes.'' :' ) Remorri be :��� every article we sell; ivegi.jarantoe toVbe first clo.ss  ,yy��is; liirger-thaii cver;;ancl:aU";at;close':cash ;pfices:^::  (!ooii:i .i)i:;,MV|.:iir.n- I'Komiti.von THKi-eKiiuicH.:  A. ,S:CROSS, tUii;s.  -~���. ^~y_���_.,q,:;  ^Dawson.-Ghai'Iey^on/the^War  ��� ;".-"-; Th'ci;e:.\v'as' trouble; at 'Caribou', the  '''���\9l:iic.r'.'.';-y'a^  'lioine of. "Dawson-; Charlie, lhe;; big  ;Iiidiah;-of 'the   lakes; y ho ina'tle'V-if  Ibi'tune in /tlie Kloudike'iiiiiiesi;; litis  . beeiilnvacled a'iid the 'olll tiers of;;rthe  7/:ia\\^arc,;seeking;ihe'in\;aclers./';;;:/;: yy  .���.-.;���;!-.Tlfci, story, .coniesvfronr; Caribou  -thatylie while.menaiulThcTncliaus  ; at /that:/- placeyliad;:a;gbocl::tiincy in  :;tiie;'cpiu-se,. of; winch yhe: stock; of  : fiiie-waleWwaynuU^  yy itywas, at; an ;early hpur.lir lhe  /morning--when, ..Dawson .���'.Charlie  thoiightofdiis' ;iib'nie,::an'd;; lie-.theii  ;:discoyered:;thal.he;:hadr'.been;;locked  OU 1.7::; ������;���?':������."'���'-. "P'-.���"' '���;,:;' 'yX..'X'JS::'y.--''X'������������'.  ���-������;��� Willi 'the: assistance; qf-sbme; of  " his copper :h tied friends lie "broke  -the:: door: opeiiy -The-���.'.jiouse'.-yvas-'  'occupied. by_ his wife ���aud,- a .white,  ynaii;'whose name "lias'; not yet been1  .'learued..., .Charlie'./has applied/for a  :"warraht';for;the;arj;est;;pf;hjs':'en'iiig:  spouse.au.d the,white man: yAda.w--  ;,ye"r has;conie over ffbiii;Whitehorse:  ���and theeiid; is.,notfyjet;'-'Xyy  New Placer Strike.  iXXlXjCo. Sear.chZ;f6r:^Ie/;l;"'S  Peary to Use   V/ireless  Teleg-raph  ','��� Along- Course.  ''���:' Lieut.. R. .E. Teary, Arctic explorer, gave an illustratedlecture in  New York a few "-days ago. He  .outlined''the. plans: of ,: his coming  trip in search of the pole, and told  ot his:l;expectalions. One of ,tlie  principal: features of Ihese: plan's  will be the establishing: of wireless  telegraph stations along his course  to the north. .The iiew ship- which  , Peary will -use: is ; to, be_;equipped  with wireless apparatus so,that he  may; order : supplies ;; from;; some  'iio'rth'erii:'porl,;aiid'_ he vyill also probably  use  the  system* on"'-'.the-ice:  . Mrs.. Peary may accompany hiuiV  '/' The explorer Vsajd'.'that; b.e ex-  pec ted; 'to' sa i 1 ��� fro in N e w.'��� Yq i'k. ea rly  in July, and would- go to Sydney,  Cape Breton,"wliere the ship will  coal  and then proceed 'throiig'lvthe  'Straits of'Belle Isle to the'Labrador;  coast and up.the   Greenland.: .coast..  "After-entering; Smith Sound the  ship will make Cape York-'and theii  proceed-to Cape Sabine,' where a  base of supplies will be established.  ^Vireless stations will be established-  at .Cape York and Cape:Sabine,  and at the latter port Eskimos will  join the party. The ship will go  into winter quarters in the. Central-  Polar Basin, and the explorers will  make a dash for the pole the follow--  big: summer,-, with .-.sleds and dogs;  By .means of' tlie  wireless "stations,  ���Peary hopes.iqbe able locpiii'tiiuni-  cate with-New York. 'If' the-ice  conditions are parUciilarly:badi:thc  ship 'may go iiVlo' winter., quarters  ���further; south, than 'is now intended.  ��� if such should ���bc'lhe case,'.the'trip1  -may lake two years. T.ieut. Peary  lio.pes,, however, to' be gone .'not  longer than iS months.���' " ���'      '-" .  ':.;;vlu'oni:VykleZ; conies liews:pf what  is.;bclievefl.lp;i^e;a,rich-placer Strike'  on-: Raspberry'; Island-near Kodiak."  Tlie'Ii'iid is beach diggings and ex-  Ciienieiit^is^riiniiing^Iiigliy ainong  the people on;Kodiak' and A.lbgnat  l.s!a'ii-(l^:-:-''vA'r."i:)'reseiit: there are about  .���'������...   .       ������'-."-"-���   '.��� 9. '��� '''���'<'��� y ���''������'.������������.-. ������./   -���'���-���.'.  7o;!ue.ii;:at:;.'liie diggings', and with;  the "most''crude" appliances;: ;are: taking;: oiit;'; fro m: :/$4 H; to y $ .15:; per'.cl ay.  Maiiy natives ��� are .rOcking- oil /tlie  beach",- :and ''although;: Ihey,-. know  .little.: or ho thing about/iniiiiiig.are  lakiiig/out-^rom.^  imminentEruption- of: Mount  "'i;^/-;.'-\':/,"':;-7VShastavyi'-:-;:';:,^;;'  ���/'Redding,;: Cal.:���-Rumblings ,;are  dailj':;.beardf'-from'.'.,,Moil 111 '?' Shasta?  :V_oleauic -ashes.andlava ar.etoozing  through-, the:/ ere vices- and "flowing  dolwirthe mountainsides; ''-The inhabitants "'of Sisson���and acljoiuing  to was. are'grea tl yvala r med..' '���"_ y^:-'y\  LI^UC^;'i:;I:ICENC:Ey;AG.T.  Application forTransfer of Licence:  r[-l.\KiJ"NOTICE tliat/rr.yKNN .TllOTJIAN-of  -lr; Atliii,' li.C'shali apply .tojthe- Hoard  of; Uce'iiee Cominissioners at- their next  incetiiig; for the transfer ;of, the Hotel  Licence; "ow held by nie, to sell In toxica t-  injA' IJiti'n'ciW in the premises lciiowii as the  "Royal" Hotel, situate on pot 7, Block 15 of  the: Townsite of. Atlin, 11. C., to '.losni'H  TAlihMiltE, of; Atlin, 15. C. --"; J:'/: ���-..'...  7 Dated this 2ilrd day of Mareli, 1905. ';.,  ��� T1SNN THOTMAN.  Last Chance Mineral Claim.  SiTUATij''.iNy;;^iiK'.''Ai'r;iN-,JlisTSci;DivisioNipr,  '     Ca.SSIAU . piBTIUCT,  'CONSISTING    OF   THE  I.AST   OllANCE-MlNEHAIJ   Cil.AI.M."   .WllKHH  f 'l.OOi-Tliu^UEXW'isBN BlUCH -A'Nt)  llduLUEH  ClIHKKS, NoilTI-l ol' PlNJJ.'.CilKTSft'..-.   .^.'���-.;.'���  Cp'AKli''NOTICE that  I,   M. K.  jamieson,  atrent for  W, II. lirown, Free Miner's  Certilicate  i;3'l,S9U, and' J. XI.'l)o\vniiis-, Kree  Miner's Certificate'-i13-J,S9J,- and,.John' Woods,  X'vcu Allner's  Cei'tjiicateVB^I.Sn^/intend:"  days fro'iii date hereof toal/fily to tlie iMiniiif;  Kecoriler for a Certilicate of, tinproyoiiieiit:  for the purpose of obtaining: u Crown Grant  of the above claim.   ;:   ; ���       ������;   '  -  And further take notice tliat.iiction, under  section  !17, must bo coiiiineneed-. before'tlie  fissniii'ieo of^HeiLCertrfieate of Iiiiin'oveiiieiit,.  'bated tii/svitli'Vlay of Ma reb, 1U05.,;.;  i', ':   j  'JI.'lt.-JAMliiSbN, li". M'-.C. II3I.S91..,  Queen Charlotte. Mineral.,Claim.  Situate' in'-this Ati/in Lake Mining ��ivi-  '     SION'-OF   CaHSI.AH   DlSTIIICT.    WlU-UIU  I.O-  (iati-.d:���On Union .Mountain, Head oi?  ���' J.iTTI.U Sl'liuCB ClIKKK. ,  rpAKli Nt/l'ICli that, .1, Hou.ry Nieliolson,  Fred .Miner's Certi'lleate No. liiM'.Tlil, in-  (ciitl, sixty davs from the date hereof, to apply (o tlie Aliiiiiijr llecdrder for a Certilicate  ot'liiiprovement, for tho purpose of ohtaiii-  inif a Crown Grunt of the above claim. ���  And further talte notice that action, iiiulcr  section :17, must b'e eoniiueneed before the  issuance of.siichCeHi Ileal e of liiipi'oveiiients.  Dalcd this ��lh day of February, A. I). 11105.  ���-".������ ' -        UKXItV M.GIIOI.SON.  Good Hope  Mineral Claim.  Srni'ATJ-: in i'"K Ati.is Mining Division ov  ������Cassiaii   I.mhtuiot.    Wiibiih   locatud���  ��� -'-IlKAPQt.'AllTEIIK OP GUANlTH ClIHKK.  ���riri'AK.-K XOT'ICB that I, Geo. l'ollay, I'. JUG.  ��� .||"I,.SUI, part owner and  ntfeiit for .lolin  ���|\ii>l(lanil, I''. M. C. Ii:"l,-I5l, intend, sixty days  froai'llii; date hereof, to apply to thuMlniiiK  Reeoi'der for a Cei'li.liento (If linpi'oveiiieiits,  ;l'<ii! die. piirpiiHC of tilil'itlniiiK �� Crown Grant  oi' tlKvabove chiini.  .!��� "And furl her (alee notice Unit notion, under  se'clion  117,  must be coiiinieoeed  before the  isrSiiii'li<:i! ol' siieli Certilleate of linprovenient.  ���   biited this 1'jt day of April. A. 11.1905.  ^PRESil^ggSSED^  7.:";'iy;;:;y;:V/;;,';:;:'"^  '"���t    . ,y      ���        ry; y,p i.TajniTJrriJ--.iaisaz^aJc��'   '    C.SDOELKER ''./.Wla'nager.^ -'  3 i.Taj n:Jsrw.TX2zx.-z-x. awn^c^rgUT.oigsm.ta.'^^rj.  TMsb  "SBsksesl  v>iEa^kwy^f:Mmsk^:  ��� O     QyO     O,   O     C)     O-. O  Berime n',;,;]?ear|;;(S;;;^  yyy.yyyyyfsoiMAGJi-xTs  y��yyp  THlvJblNING-Rpd.M'::.ISi;^^  77;;:,''.'-;7-:'--::;:'7:--:''':'-;':;':'"-:;:7GL  -:.yyyy:.%:.Vf^^^  ;  J.   P.   ROSEyProiiristor.; y ;:-.;''"   -'."'  Kesta uiiant; Unsuiu'.Csse ii:'..  ��� 'I'JivEUY' in Connection.,  I3:S'l^i-;':.HQTEt  '.'DIXON    BP.PTHERS,   Proprietors;  Pool u& /Billiads,   Hree:  Freighting and Teaming i*        Horses; and Sleighs for Hire.  'TALLM ! RE   &  -BENNETT,  Proprietors.  ,Coi,ner:-;Peai"V:aiid''-FiVst:Sti'eets,'-'Atnii,-'B.;.C.  FIRST;   GLASS   RESTAURANT   IN    CON N ECTION.  MUXKiW  ciioitrsr wiNts, lkjuoks ami cicaks���case .goods a si'lcialiv.  , 'CAPITAL " PA I d^W^^MiMWM^^^M^MM  tssaeuvK, bi?Koo,oo0i^yyyyfyyyyyy'fyyyyy:;^  R*  ---.ij**-. ,ia,��--I.., .�����, ���*���  Branches of the Bank at ioatti'e,      .  Sun Francisco,  . y    Portland,  Skagway, ete.  ExatisKsvgfi!.so!cH asu a��B Pat/Mis*  Gold Dust Pukciiasiv!)���Assay Oin'tcu in Con.'s'Kction.  D.  ROSS, Manager.  SPECIALISTS   IN  VANCOUVER-" .ENGINEERING WORKS, LTD.  VANCOUVEI?, B. C.  ulic Mining Maehineru*  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS, WATKR   'GATES,  RIFFLE   BARS, STFKL Rl,'VKTTl,M)    PIPE,        .  HOISTS,       MINING    CAGlvS     and     ORE    CARS.  MADE   TO   SPECIAL   DESIGN.  A.   C.  HIRSCHFELD,   Agent for,Atlin  District. '.' (  ATLIN,     B.   C,    SA/TURDY,    APRIL  '"22,".- 1906.  ���I 1  !    I  v\  k i ���  Hi  lit-  ���;f.  It  wmMM  We are having our  Game   ami   Investigate   tho   Prices*  JE. L. PILLMAN & CO.  Local Events.  Dr. L. S. Keller, dentist, is now  in Atlin, and will remain hereabout  a month practising' his profession.  Dr. Keller's office is next door to  J. IT.- Richardson & Co's.  An exciting,, race was witnessed  last Tuesday between Lee Garden's  team and the ice-boat Idaho, the  former winning by a kopic's length.  McDonald's Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  We are pleased to hear that Mr.  M. R. Jamieson is out of the1 hospital. Bob probably is more pleased  than we are.  Mrs. Peter's Restaurant and  Bakery is now open ; also furnished rooms by the day or month.  The dance at the Balmoial on  Easter Monda}' promises to be largely attended. No efforts are being  left undone to make it a grand  success. -.,--.,...  Paints and varnishes.-for sale at  J. D. Dmie's.  Frank P.' Miller -started: sluicing  His big dump on Pine Creek this  week.  '  Circulating Library, containing  best editions, at C. R. Bourne's.  Through the kindness of Mr. W.  J. Davis, the children of the public  school were yesterday given a  sleigh-ride along the Lake. The  weather being excellent, the young  people enjoyed the trip immensely.  Onion Sets, Garden and Flower  Seeds, at C. R. Bourne's.  Geo. Coutts, operator at the  Nakina telegraphic station, was in  town this week getting provisions.  He reports that there are some fine  copper prospects in that vicinity.  The latest magazines and papers  -shf*,.^.,. on haud at pil]l1lan's.  Curling.  The weather being now so mild,  it is only'occasionally that curling,  can be indulged in. During the  past week, several matches came off.  - A married men's team, composed  of Messrs. Ridd, Sinclair, Bourne  aud Fetherstonhaugli (skip), beat  Bachelors Stewart, Ronayue Coutts  aud Ross (skip), by 11 'to 9. . .        -  C. R. Bourne; who held {.the  Wilkinson challenge cup, was'de-  feated by D. Ross,���9 to'8." "  A match between E. Rdsselli and  Geo'. Coutts, for Jiigh stakes,  proved disasterous for '���'Rosie.",.  New Arrivals.  STABLES    ��h'-.-"LUPiSDEN.  .\\\W>  We have   just received a large consignment of Fa^cy and  Staple Groceries.  If you want iresh goods, at bedrock prices, call and see us.  JfjtTz/f Jf'^fjs?'  THE IRON STORE, FIRST STREET  FIT-REFORM--   TAILORS,  333 Hastings Street,  Vancouver, B. C  Mail Orders promptly attended-to.  Self-Measurement Blanks' and Samples sent on application.  Among the arrivals, this week  were :���Dr. and Mrs. H. E.,Young,  Dave Todd, P. Peterson,' George  Miller,l'F. Miller, L. B..Harris^'J.'  Reid, E. L.. Kelly, J. kelly^C!  Parens, .J. Parens, .Capt. Richards,'  T. W. .Sageman,; jack .Williams,  Win. Crook, Capt. Brow.il,.' 'A. M.  Britt, Geo.-Vogt-,-..John Tuitinger,  Thos. Gallegar,. Hugh, McDonald,  J."M. Rufflier, \Vm."Bropfi^;'!^.V.'  Hall, Geo. Hackett, Bert Willmm-;  sou, Jas. Shaw^ ������ Sutherland,  Fred. Malteau, Wm.'.' C. Hoarth;  J. W. Beckett, F. G. Echvardsf'.'p.  McGuire, R. M. Wilson.. ; ' "!"!   ;  NORTHERN    POWER   &  -*" -VLUMBElRj  CO.,   LTD.  Until further notice, tho following will  be tlie rates  for Lights;  nU .accounts collected  -   *      ���'**':. . _ monthly:  ELEGTRIG   UGHT   RATES:    : I nstatf Iation; .-... 1         $3.50   per   Light  .-'���''���    ' "���       Subscribers can ,be supplied n't'Meter rates :  Rent'of each Meter, ���,= ������,������������   ���' '���'������S*~,;. r. ���   - - - - ���$! .00 per month  ',-���    ���, .. ,    , ' r   .   ,    ,'        "or at " Hat."-.rate*, as,under.: , '  '3 ��� Candle. IPower-' Incandescent, .,..,;$!.75' per   month   iper   Light  16,.,.!1.;,,. '. "���   - ' ������   " ���..:.'.'-3.25 ���       ������--        .-j-  ,.  32     "      '    "     ���'���  '   ���'���:/-'��������� .,...,.5.50 " "      '   ���'  ; ; Eroni and after the 3rd January, 1905, all .lights will be tainted oil' sit 2 n. m. .and relit froml.O.a..in. "iit.iJ daj'Iifflit. ������    .       ". ' ���',:-'  All biiriiccl-oiit "or blackened lamps, will be ^xchiiiujed fo��- new ones, free of dilute, iff  brought to the .Company's office, but broken oiicsjvilHic charged for nt-80 cents each.  ....The Company's-Modern. Steam Laundry lias lieen let on lease to Mil. and  Mils. Funk',' who will collect and dpliver all w'ashiii��,'"ro"eeive imminent for ttJl washing, a'ltxi  liny all accounts in connection with tho Laundry.  AXON'S SHOEMAKER,  R. WHITFIELD,- will be in Atlin  about the last of April with, a full  lot of Hand-Made, Watertight  Shoks.    Hold your orders for him.  ******����lf*��!**0i****!ft��>9^^��>|-5*>  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  THE    CLAIM.   OFFICE.  -I  Many ol the citizens of Atlin  have started the good example of  cleaning up their premises, which  should be followed by others, now  that tlie snow is fast disappearing.  The crews of the "' Scotia" and  "���Gleaner " are now on their respective boats.  Mining Hard ware at J. D. Durie's.  gf-iJ   24-th, 1905,   -   at 8.30  p.m.  31V  Till: .1IANA(tUMENT OI?  The Balmoral Hotel,  DISCO VICHY.  Tlie Spruce  Creek  Orchestra wilj  be in attendance.  SMALL  ATLIN,  B. C  BREWERS   GF    ��Ji&EJi BEER  AND    LARGE    ORDERS    PROMPTLY   FILLED.  Ladips   Free.  All  are  Gents, $1.00.  invited.  HUOCKSSOII  ���  M. FOLEY  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN- THE NORTH.  EVERYTHING CONDUCTED IN  FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  '      t/jp-to-Date   Restaurant in   Connection*  FRED   WRONG,   Manager.  CORNIJR   VIRST' AVENUE  AND  DISCOVERY  STREET,   ATI.IN.  ' CASH k-STORE*  FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES^  Flour, Oats,  Chop   Feed,   Bran,   &c, &c.  THE   '  Half-Way House  i��   n. huvoii   for   all  tritvollors. The meals  are froo-miiliiiir ami  tho   bracers   in   the  bar as refreshing as  the dun-of tho early  ,     inorniify.     An   ideal  ��� '������ tiumiricr and  winter  . rosort.     ' '  JAMES  CLARK,  ��� 3'KOI'RIBTOR.  f  US  V  4>1  i 1


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