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 ;.<f v.^slative Ass^aX  y*yu-"ri__        L''o/, ^  AUG 181906  ATLIN  VOL.  15.  ATLIN,  B. C,    SATURDAY,     AUGUST    4,   rgofi.  NO. 369  TELEGRAPHIC.  FORTUNE FOR    ���  DR. IAMIESON.  Constitution for Transvaal and  Orange River Colony.  SVEABQRG   FORTRESS   IN    REVOLT.  : Laborers Strike at San Francisco-  Roosevelt Wont be Candidate  ���Seattle to Own Tram Lines-  Debs Hints at an American'  Revolution ��� Spanish Royalty  Visits England.  [Sl'EOIAL-TQ THE  CLAIM."!  London, Aug. 2.���Mr. Alfred  Beits, the late South African diamond millionaire, left the sum of  $125,000 to Dr. Jamieson, who was  the leader of the unsuccessful Jamieson raid into the Transvaal  in '96.  London, Aug. 2.���In the House  Commons today Winston Churchill,  Under-Secretary for tbe Colonies,  announced that there would be no  delay in granting a constitution to  the Orange River Colony, as well  as to the Transvaal. .The guiding  principle of tbe ministry in granting  responsible government, he said,  was to make no difference whatever  ��� between Britain aud Boer. Right  of suffrage would be'one basis, one  vote, one value, and six months  residence would qualify for voting.  Either Dutch or English language  would be used in the transaction of  public business.  Helsingfors, Aug. 2.���News of  the revolt at Cronstadt proves true  and intense excitement prevails, especially as the mutiny has extended  to the warships. It is announced  that the sailors, will refuse to fire  ' upon the mutineers who are ashore  at Sveaborg. The authorities at  Cronstadt have removed all the  breech blocks from the guns of the  fleet stationed there and concealed  them ashore.  St. Petersburg, Aug. 2.���Despite  the. efforts of the Russian government, assisted by its police and  military machinery, the manifesto  of the outlawed parliament, which  met-at Viborg lass week, has been  distributed and read in every quarter of the Russian empire. The  ���'manifesto' contains many daring  statements. It bears the names of  the many members of the parliament  who issued it and most forcibly denounces the. grand dukes and the  land, owners. The document concludes with the ominous words:  "Down with the government. Down  with the emporer. Long live the  dear, free Russian people." Warrants, charging them with treason,  have been issued for the arrest of  those who signed the manifesto.      ���  St. Petersburg, Aug. 3.���The  government is panic stricken over  the continued success of the Sveaborg revolt. Sveaborg, the Russian  Gibraltar, is completely in the hands  of the revolutionists, who sunk, two  torpedo boats and-ovcrwhelmingly  defeated the government troops and  warships in the bloody battles of  Monday and Tuesday. Yesterday  revolutionist workmen urged a general .strike and il is slated that the  population is responding to the call  to arms. Revolts are expected to  occur at the Cronstadt and Sevastopol fortresses at any minute.  ' San,Francisco, Aug. 2.--Sixteen  hundred laborers and all the mechanics engaged in rebuilding the  street railways of this city have  gone on strike. They ask for an  increase of wages,- that 5S hours  constitute' a weeks' work, and for  the re-instatement of several men  whom the}* allege were discharged  for their connection with unionism.  Oyster Bay, Aug. 2.���President  Roosevelt, in order to set the, question at rest forever, today made a  formal statement that he will not be  a candidate for a third term.  Seattle, Wash.*, Aug. 2.���The  city council, after a prolonged agitation, has finally adopted a plan  for the municipal ownership of all  street car lines within the city limits.  St. Louis, Aug. 2.���Eugene V.  Debs urges in most impassioned  language the release of Moyer and  ���Haywood,-?;he two officers of the  Western Federation of Miners who  are held on charges of murderous  conspiracy. Debs' says the men  must be released even if it causes a  revolution in America.  Cowes, Aug. 2.���King Alfonso  and Queen Victoria, of Spain, arrived here today aboard the Spanish  yacht Geralda, which was escorted  by an armored cruiser. ' Salutes  were exchanged and there was a  great display of flags as a welcome  lo their majesties, who will remain  here during the racing week. King  Alfonso intends to build a yacht to  compete here in 1907.  Paris, Aug. 3.���Edmund Rousse,  a member of the French Academy  who acted as counsel for members  of the Commune in 1S71, is dead.  Chicago, Aug. 3.���It was given  out yesterday that the last saloon  licence has been issued until such  time as this city shall have nearly  doubled its present population. Tbe  licences issued number 7,353. The  Harkin ordinance became effective  today and no more saloons will be  permitted in Chicago until the ratio  is one saloon for every 500 people.  New Arrivals.  . The following is a list of those  who recently arrived in Atlin per  the Scotia:    ...  July 31���J. Kirkland, W. Queen,  W. P. Grant, Rev. J. W. White,  Judge Young, Hon. R. McBride  and L. Macrae. Aug. 3���J. Wols-  by, E. P. Harrison, J. L. Banks, J.  Purdy, T. P.'. Hansford, L. Schulz.  New novels arriving constantly  at C. R. Bourne's.  Why use inferior gasoline when  you can get 76 and 86 per cent, at  Regan's.    Atliii and Discovery.  Premier McBride's Visit.  Enthusiastic Meetings Held at Discovery and Atlin.    .  The Hon. Richard McBride, Premier and .Minister of Mines- for British Columbia, arrived in camp by  Tuesday's boat. He spent Tuesday,  Wednesday and Thursday driving  about the various creeks and inspecting the mining operations being  carried on.  ��� When Premier McBride addressed  a public meeting at Discover}' on  Wednesday evening, Arctic Brotherhood hall was well filled by people  who gave him a hearty reception.  Tbe applause that punctuated the  speech" gave evidence of the keen  appreciation of the. good points  scored by the minister. Mr. Jules  Eggert, president of the Conservative Association, was in the chair  aud the local member, Dr. Young,  M.P.P., who gave a short and forcible address, was very warmly applauded.  The chairman opened briefly by  referring to the Premier's trip as a  good practical way to get an insight  into local requirements and conditions. He also incidentally pointed  out the satisfactory manner in which  the present government had put the  finances of the province on a sound  business basis. .  The Premier in opening dealt  shortly with the points brought out  by the chairman, showing how from  a condition borderingon bankruptcy,  the McBride government had lifted  the province into favorable financial  standing and that for the past three  years there has been a substantial  surplus in the treasur}'. He mentioned Dr. Young in eulogistic terms  showing his devotion to the interests  of Atlin district and the good work  he had accomplished including the  recent amendments to the Placer  Act. Referring to the general policy  of the government the Premier showed that instead of being under the  thumbs of corporations, they had increased the taxes on railways and in  other ways had shifted the burden  of taxation to the shoulders of. those  most able to bear it and relieving  the poor man as far as possible. The  result of tho various bye-elections  proved that the policy pursued met  with public approval. Tbe government, by forcing the lumbermen to  saw the timber within the province,  had been instrumental in enormously increasing ihe sawmill industry;  they had encouraged fruit growing  and agriculture, had discouraged  charter mongers, , brought about  economies in tlie civil service and  had brought stability to mining by  refusing to tinker.with the legislation affecting that industry. He defended the Kaien Island deal, showing that it was a business-like bargain in the bestinterestsof thepeople  of the province, and incidentally he  mentioned the fact that he bad received a telegram from Victoria  stating that the charges made by the  Vancouver World iu the Pendray  matter had collapsed when inquired  into before the Royal Commission  and Mr. Higgius had been forced to  admit that after hearing the evidence  he was obliged to change his opinion.  Upon the Premier resuming his  seat the audience was invited to ask  any questions or bring up auy matter that is was desired to place before him as Minister of Mines.  Nobody volunteering  Dr. Young  said be had heard that men were  coining here lo call the government  down ��� and so he added, "If any of  those fellows have anything to say  get up and do it now.''  "They can't do it Doc," remarked  a voice and the audience laughed  heartily.  Dr. Young then made a brief  speech testifying to the good legislation carried out by the government  and liow they had acted in tbe best  interest of the district. He answered a number of questions for information on various matters and invited  anyone to make suggestions .that  might be useful when be went back  to the next session of the legislature.  In reply to Mr. Norman McLeod,  Dr. Young said that the policy  pursued today was to cancel hydraulic leases where the ground  was not being worked.  Mr. Conroy rising, to make a general'charge of favoritism against an  official, Dr. Young said he had already, when the rumor was brought  to him, asked for a specific. charge  in writing but no one had ever done  this.  The Premier remarked that, if a  specific charge was made he would  have it- thoroughly investigated.1  He also pointed out that in regard  to. troubles over some of the leaseholds, these leases had been granted  before the present government came .  into" power and some were in' lili-  gation. The government could not  step in till there was some breach of  the statute that justified cancellation  and where the courts were dealing  with ground the government had to  wait till litigation was settled.  The meeting broke up with a vote  of thanks to the chair and applause  for the speakers of the evening.  On Thursday night the Premier  addressed a meeting at the Kootenay  hall which was well attended, many  ladies being present. The speaker  touched on practically tbe same  points as at Discovery.  At the close of the Premier's address Mr. Woods took the platform'  to refute the attack made on the  Gold Commissioner the evening  previous, and at the same time he  wished himself put on record as declaring the McBride government  the weakest British Columbia has  ever had, declaring it was governed  by the Socialists. Mr. Woods spoke  at some length on this question and  in concluding moved a vote of confidence in Mr. Fraser, which was  seconded by Mr. Wheeling and  unanimously carried.  Before the close of the meeting  the Premier answered Mr. Woods  and his attack on the government,  and in a'few. words made many iu  the audience shake hands with  themselves that they had not made  an attack. He thought that Mr.  Woods' whole speech was "Wa-wa."  The Premier, Mr. Macrae and;  Dr. Young left at midnight Thursday for Taku, where the R.N.W.M.  Police launch Gladys awaited to  take them to Carcross, at which  place they were to be met by His  Hon. Gov. Mclmiis. ATLIN,    B.   C,    SATURDAY,    AUGUST    .•,    1906
The Atlin Claim,
• TUI2 ATLIN CLA1AI is punusncn nvcny satuiioay
'  MOflNIMG.       MAILED     rncC    TO    ANY    PART   OT  THE
wont-o  ron  no   cents   pen  month ;    10.00   r»rn
YCAIl.       AQVCnTIGINrt RATES: *1.00 PCn INCH EACH
•NscnrioN ;  ncAotNC notices. ?c cents a line.
SPECIAL.   RATES.    ON    APPLICATION.
•-*«
JOB PRINTING :
ILL-HEADS,
LETTCn-HEAOS,
OHDEns
POSTEns, VISITINrt    CARDS,
PROGRAMMES,       ETC..   ETC.
PnOMTTLY   EXECUTED.
PRICE'S   MODERATE.
Tin*, Atun Claim PtntusniNt; Co., 1/td.
AV.   PoLriAKD.    (t«axt.    KDiToii-.MANAfir.i:.
■STAKING   QUARTZ   CLAIMS.
The   recent   quartz   strike on the
Wheaton river in   the   neighboring
Yukon   Territory,   and   mentioned
elsewhere, brings before us a .strong
feature  of our own mineral laws as
compared with those of the Yukon.
In our own province it is imperative   that   the  locator ol a mineral
claim shall use stakes no',  less  than
iour feet in height and squaring not
'less than four inches.    In places in
British Columbia this provision, has
apparently worked   a'seeming hardship when the prospector lias had to
pack the pests with which to  stake!
a claim up over a mountain   range;
and   the   result   has  been   several
heavy lawsuits iu   which'lhe:   provision has been up-held.
In the Yukon, however, a inan
may erect stone monuments if he is
above timber line, or where the
timber is not easily available.
On the Wheaton river all the
claims are high up the mountains,
u great deal of the limber has at
some time or other been destroyed
by fire, and the result is that every
claim has been slaked bv ereclinsr
monuments. The mountains are
covered by rock slides and it is impossible to locate the monuments
unless you happen to run right on
top of them.
A great deal of dissatisfaction exists among the prospectors on account of tbe use of monuments, and
practically all agree that the compulsory use of stakes would be more
satisfactory all round.
One man in particular spent a
week prospecting a sidchill—he
looked all over for monuments,
staked and travelled forty miles to
record his claim, only to learn after:
wards that he had overlooked three
large monuments which' were only
distinguishable when within fifteen
feet of them by reason of the nature
of the rocky sides of the mountain.
The British Columbia provision
may seem'hardy but after all it
works for the benefit of the prospector.
endowed with that sort of plenary
power known in slang as 'the long
green.' Of this he had plenty, and'-
lie also had his instructions. In
fuel, from our information, he appeals to have had everything except
the brains necessary to carry his
project to a successful conclusion.
The lack of this most desirable requisite led him lo distribute (he
"palm-oil" he brought wilh so little
discretion as lo overlook two of the
most prominent officials. This de-'
plorably careless oversight led lo
the fruslr.'Uiou of Mr. Brothicr's —
and the Liberal Government's—
hopes at the very moment' of I'm1
ition."
ornamtma
Why sbsii oi;*r wiikn ynr <*,*.*•: i.r.T noon.'; as ciikai' iieisr?
"Atlin, Nupgoi sti-.d    Grape   Rings   niul all  kind* ol" r.I<;\vcli*y uiiinii
' factored on the prcmis,!--..   r-1
Kino  New  Stncl. 'of   Watches,  Clocks," Jewelry   uud   Diamonds
Wnttslii'K from !>.">.(i(> ii|i. Agents for Columbia Gramophones.
Silverware, Girt Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons
JULES EGGERT & SON, at,,iN and »iscovuky,
safety Deposit Vaults.      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jcwclrs.
NOTICE.
NOTICi! Is hereby given that the owners
uf I lie '■.Miiii-Uiiion" lease, cm liuuldi'i- Crock
will 1 Kit In; responsible for any debts couti acted 1>.\- the lay muii, for lulior or supplies.
A.S. CUOSS,
Atlin..1 u!.v ! Ith, llK'li. Managing Owner.
jl-21-:l'£m -     ,
They   are   Waiting   for   You!
j&SSSaia*.
IN
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argains
Jfjfisi
'^llo' &8®t& and DtyBoods^
SHI ^3*2,213 Q
Garnets zvntsE SF.tGscac Fsurstishinfjs*
KUIJ,    MNK    01'    BOOTS    and ' SHOKS,
also    COLD   -SKAf,    Till'    GUM    BOOTS.
NOTICE.
Cabin For Sale.
Any person desiring a neat, well appointed
.".Mil eomfut tulili' cabin, situated on the bank
.*.f !'iiu> C'rei'l;, .iust above tlio "Half-V\"n.v"
House, may procure same aud contribute to
Hie support of St. Andrew's Hospital by
apply in;:- lo •!. A. 1'liASKlt,  Govt. Agent.
ft     rff*-
Successors to J. H..Richardson.
Allin and
Discovery, B. C.
NOTICE.
SIXTY" Days after date we intend to apply
. to the  Chief   Commissioner  of  Lands
and Works, Victoria, 15. C, for permission to
purchase the following land situate on
Windy Arm, HeiinoU Division, Cassiar Dis-
trict, commencing at a post on North West
corner of Lot 72, thence -It) eliains West along
North Houndary Hue, ODth parallel lalitude,
thence 20 chains South, thenee East 10 chains,
thenee 20 chains North along Went boumlar.y
of Lot 72 to ])lace of commencement, containing SO acres morn or less.
Located Jla.v M'tli, 1U0i5.
W. A. ANDEKSON,
jlyliS GliAHLKS l-UGSLEY.
THE WHITE PASS&YUKON ROUTE.
Through   Line   from   Skaguay  to  'Atlin. ' White  Horse,  Big  Salmon,
Dawson and ail intermediate -points.
Finely  appointed trains daily, ejecopt Sunday, t between Skaguay, Caribou
and  Whitehorse.   Carrv Fascenge'.'s, Baggage, Wlail and Express.
TIME-SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS:
No. J.—North Hound. !  No. 2.—.South Hound.
' 11.31) n.iii. I.v.       SKAGUAY   ' A r.   '.'.IO p.m.
2.KJ p.m. I.v.       CWtlliOU      I.v. 11.."li a.m.
.    I.Mlp.m. Av. WU1T1-: IIOItKU I.v. ll.*',l) a.m. ' i
-.TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS:
Leave CARIBOU "i p. m. .Mondays,       Arrive Al LIN 0 a. m. Tuesdays.
" '* ' fi p. m. Thiii-sil'ivs, •' -"        0 a. m. Fridays.
Lenvo'ATLIN r> p.m. Tuesdays Arrive UAItllHlU 7 a.m. Wednesday*.
" '*       5 ii. iu. Fi-iiluy.s. *' •" 7 a. in. Saturdays.
150 pounds of baggage will he checked free with i-jieli full fare ticket and 75 pounds
with each half fare tieUet.
Passengers musl lie at. depots in time to have Ihiggagc inspected and checked.
Time Schedules are subject to change without notice.
£80-    Baggage- Bonded   Through.
I'*or  information   relative io   Passenger,   l''reight,   Express und   Tologrn!.ili   ItiUcs,
apply to' any agent, of the Company or to
A. I.. HER'DOE,  Gen.  Mgr.. J.   LIFSCOMBE,       J. II. llOGEKS, Tinllic Manager,
A'uiicoiiver, 1$. C, nml Agent. Atlin.
Skaguay, Alaska. v
Vancouver. II. (.',. and
SUaguay, Alaska.
£*♦-��♦ ♦ ♦ *-i
Certificates  of Improvements.
Sunrise and Sunset Mineral Claims.
Situate in the Atlin Mining Division, Cassiar
District.     Where  Located:—On  Indian
Creek, near l-'ourtli of .luly Creek..
rpAKIi Nniiei'- that. T,  Udward S. Wilkinson,
as fluent for  Louise Leontine Grnham,
Free    Miner's    Certificate    No.   111,1*4:?,   mid
Alexander McDonald, l'~re<: Miner's Certificate No. utjI.Oiill,  intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply lo the Mining Recorder
for  Certificates   of   Improvements   for the
purpose of  obtaining- Crown Grants of the
above claim-.
And fiiither take notice that, action, under
section  37,  must  be commenced before   the
issuance   of  such   Curt ideates of Improvements.
Dated this 2fith day of June, 1000.
liuWAiiu S. Wir.ltlN.S0X, P.L.S.
sS ■ Agent.
%
THE   GOLD    HOUSE
DISCOVERY,   B.   C.
C. H. N1SSEN,     -     -    -     Proprietor.
Restaurant in Connection Under
New anil Capable Management.
<£>«♦♦«��♦««»♦*♦♦»»»» »-»♦ ♦ ♦ » «<t>0®"
The Victoria Week claims to be
in possession of autlicutic information that Brothicr's recently attempted escape from custody in
Seattle was engineered on the Canadian side, and stales as follows:
"A wellknown young light, of one
of the learned professions—better
known for his peculiar means of
support and his abject subservience
to certain leading" Liberal politicians,
than for any eminence he has attained in the more legitimate occupation he ostensibly follows—went
fr<'in British   Columbia  lb Seattle,
Etta Extension, At Last, and White
Baby   Mineral   Claims.
Situate in tho Atliii Mining Division, Cassiar
District.   Whore located:—One-quarter
of a mile North-West of Atlin.
rj-iAKK Notice that I, W. Gass, Kree Miners'
Certificate  No. i!li:i,970. and as ajjent for
C. 0. lloehmc, I'Vce Miners' Certificate No.
]i(ill,fl7.S, intend,sixty daysfroin the date hereof, to appl.i lo the Minim; Kecorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose
of obtaining  Crown   Grants   of  the   above
claims'. '.
And further take notice that action, under
section U7, must bn conimoncod before tho
issuance of such CcrtiIleates of Improvements. ,
Diitcd this 1st day of August, 1900.
■*-» WM. GASS.
Advertise
When : Writing   to   Friends
"COMPAN'tUS ACT, 1397."
"■XT'.)-|.'ICI'*   LS  IIliltlSHY Given that  Tudo
-*■- *<     (Jhiikki, of Atlin, in the Province'of
IJrilish Columbia, has been   appoiutod  the
now attorney  for the Societo Mlnicro do la
C'lilombie    liritanniiiue   iu   place  of   Henri
Alii I ti in.
Haled lilies 22nd day of June, A.D. 190G.
S. Y. AVOOTTON,
Registrar of Joint Stock Coitipuuioti.-
a I
ATLINTO LODGE
A. F. & A. M.      '
No. 12, G. U. li. C.
Regular coiumituiciiT
tions held on the Ilrst
Thursday of each month
in tho A. O. U. W. Hull,
Third Street.
Visiting brethren cordially invited.
"VIEW OF ATLIN"
Writing Paper.
Only $u
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.HI "£la
»-*-«-♦-^,« «-■»-<••«-«-♦ -*-+■ >v<-♦-«-■
Is to advertise and promote
the   interests   of  the
ATLIN DISTRICT!
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'^yffi'W'rK'^i^'y^ Awmxw^ >,  ���t  ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY,    AUGUST   ^   1906  PRESENTATIONS.  The   Fourth    Estate   Lover.  '.Retiring- Hospital ".'atrou and Nurse  Honored by Residents of Camp.  On Friday afternoon of last week  Messrs. D. Sullivan 'and  Jas.'.Mc-,  Kim: on, uv's membeis of a-co:n;nit-  ���tee of five who had   the . matter   inij  Jnitul,   c.illed   at   Si. A iK'trew's iw>s-,j  qj-itii 1 aud, on behalf of  the   cili'/cns  ���of  the   entile camp, piesenled Miss  *   McTavisli   aud   Miss -Burgess each  ���with ;t nugget watch  chain   and" a  purse of money as a slight token of  lhe  esteem   iu   which they are held  hy their nuinerous(!fiicuds   and _ac-  'fpiaintauccs   in   the   'district.       Mr.  tSullivan,   in   11   few well chosen remarks, expressed the  regret   which  is felt   throughout ��� the   community  ���at   the  departure of the ladies from  ���our midst and Mr. McKinnon niadei  the presentations.    The Indies were  completely taken   hy  surprise aud,  'in    thanking   the   members   of the  committee for itheir kind  actions  in  their behalf, requested the committee lo convey their  heartfelt thanks  to the doners who had so generously  honored'them, .and both  stated that'  -310  matter where their lot might be  ' -cast they would always retain warm.  ������ remembrances of their Atlin friends.  Mr. J. A. Fraser, who happened   to  l>e present,- made a few very, appropriate   remarks   both   on behalf   of  ���ihe ladies, the citizens  and the hospital as an institution.  Miss McTavisli has been 'matron  ���of vSt. ��� Andrew's   hospital   for   upwards of four years, while Miss Bur-i  ���gess has'been a nurse in   the  institution   for  'ever  eighteen  mouths,  and both have always beesa untiring  ���and diligent in their   duties, and we  i>ut   voice the  sentiment  of every  citizeu of the .district* when  we state  that they are  well  worthy   of  the  slight   honor'which has been done.,  The ladies, who will be much missed1  ���in both social and  church   circles,I  left   on  yesterday's boat to enjoy a  well earned rest  and   holiday with  ���relatives in Ontario.  -The committee which handled the  subscription list and made the presentation was composed of the fol-i  ���lowing gentlemen: Messrs. D. Sul-:  livatr, J. McKinnon, C. Iievvett, J.  Prescott, G. Adams andS. Johnson,  who acted as sec.-treas.  The   positions   vacated   by   Miss  McTavish . and   Miss Burgess have  .'been   filled   -respectively   by   Mrs.  .Diack, of Loudon, Eng.,   and  Miss  Blythe, of Vancouver.  Come live with mc and bu my Dear,  And   till   that   hippy bcan-cl   shall  ta'we,  I'Hl set your Poutings in.Brevier,  Your.Praises in^the largesf'CAPS.,  There's    D-Lamond���"lis    'for    your  Ivyes-, ;  There's   Rubv��� -that   will   match  v-our  .ips;  Pearl; lor your Teeth" au-d "Minion-  siy.e ,      .   . ���  To-suit your, 'dainty Finger-tips.  In Nonpareil I'll put your h'ace;  In "Rubric shall your "blushes rise;  There is no Bourgeois in your Case;'  Your Forme can never need "Revise."  Your Cheelc seems "Ready for   the  Press-,-"' "  Your Laugh as Clarendon is clear;  There's, more" distinction   iu    your  Dress  Thau in th'e oldest -Elzevir.  So with me live, aiid ..with -me" die;  And may no "Finis" e"er intrude  To break into mere  "Printer's Pie"  The Type of our Beatitude'1.  (Krratum.���If my suit you flout,  , And choose spine .happier   youth  to wod,  "fis but to cro>ss Amanda our,  And'read another name instead.)  ���A. Dobson in'Printers' Pie.  ��4*  ="SE��!K*e!fc5^-��^'��^.*��?.^ J  WE   ELQEAN   ��*OT  thly Pri;  asti&i   GSir  - Here's another sentiment to hang  on the wall: Those You Knock!  Most Today May Prove lo be Your'  Best Friends Tomorrow.  ���kS-'o*-* .  In   the   Police   Court.  Johnnie Anderson and Charlie  Jackson, Teslin -and Telegraph  Creek Indians respectively, appeared  ���before Magistrate Fraser Monday  morning on acharge of having been  ���drunk and created a 'disturbance'-at'  ��� Discovery on ��� Saturday last. The  ���charge was proven and Anderson,  ���whose second offence this was,  was fined $25 and $6.50 costs, while  Jackson paid a fineof $ioaud $5.00  ���costs. y  Jas. Clark, proprietor of the Iialf-  ���Way House, appeared the same, day  on a charge of having sold intoxi:  -eating liquor to the above Indians  .and, pleading guilty, was ordered  to pay a fineof $100aud $6.50 costs.  HOT BATHS  Can be Had at  .  On the Wntorfront.  Men's Suits Cleaned and Repaired.  All Work Guaranteed.  Goods Called for anil Delivered.  Cash on Delivery. '���  Synopsis ol   Canadian Homestead   Regulations.  A' NY available Dominion  Lands   within1  f~\ the Knihviiy Melt in Hritish Columbia."  may be homestcaded by any person who i*.  the sole head of a.family, or any male over JS  yours of age, "to 'the extent of oue-ciuarter  feeouiou of 1'JO acres more or less. *  Entry must be made personally at the local  land tfffico for the district, in which the laud  is situate.  The homesteader is required to perform  the conditions connected therewith .under  one ot the following plans*.  (1) At. least six months' residence upon and  cultivation of thedii'iiil.'inctich year for three  years.  (���!) Uf .tho'fatlier Cor mother, if t'ho father is  deceased) of the homesteader resides upon a  farm iu tho vicinity of the land entered for,  the requirements as to residence may he  satisfied by such" person" residing with tho  father or mother.  (3) If the .settler lifts Iris permanent residence upon farming laud .owned liy him in  the vicinity of his homestead, the ireciuire-  incnts as to 'residence may be satisfied by  residence 1111011 the said land.  Six months' notice iin ,writing should bo  given to theCommissionor of Dominion Lands  at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands miry ho purchased ut 5*10 per aero  for soft coal and ?20ior anthracite. Not moro  than .120 acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at tlie rate of  ten cents per tou-of 11,000 pounds shall bo collected on the gross output.  W. W.'COKY.  Deputy of the Minister of tho Interior.  N.15.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. jy21-6m  AMw^AA/*^v^vvv^AAAlM��A^^AA*(^  DISCOVERY, B..C.  A Strictly  First-CIass  Hotel  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars1  The Diiiing-Rootn, under the man-;  agementof Mrs. T. Hinchcliffe, i  furnishes the best meal in town.  Hampton   &.   Dune, Proprietors.  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  Mrs. M. Fenn, Propria  rcss.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN     .   .   .  CONNECTION,  HeiuUiuurtcrs for Dixon's stage.   -Strange We never thought of it before!  Our  M%$m$3BT- Price test is Now-Ready I  UR Printed Price List just seems'to'fill a long felt ��� need, as, when  our patrons receive it<on the first of the month they know exactly  what goods will cost them during the month, and it is a great assistance  in making up <ui order.*  We "have a large Stock -of Goods now on'the way iu  -and we will place them in the Store at Lowest Possible  Prices,  FOR CASH, -in Case Lots.  You are always-sure -of .the  Best  Quality-of Goods at the  A. T. COMPANY'S  STORES.  'Goods 'delivered  promptly on ithe  Creeks-and  in  Town.  - II   you   are  not   already   a .customer   it       ,  will   pay you .to -give -ns a trial order. ���  <**   ����*  *�����   w>*   -J*   v&   ^  The Atlin Market-Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY  OF ALL.  KINDS,  Dressed to Order.  <C.   DOELKER     Manager.  W^VSAA/VAAAAArfVVWVVVVVVV1^  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly ;and Satisfactorily.   THE CLAIM OFFICE.  /V^AAAA���������VV��/*WW*^^A/WWVVVV^O^^^  $nk  4)f   ���  -CAPITAL    PAID   UP   $10,000,000.  Resurvk, $4,500,003.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  San Francisco,  Portland,  Skagwesy, teic  Exchange sold on ail Points*  .Gold Dust Purchased���Assay Office -in CoNNiicriaw.  'J. A:'SMITH, Manages. ���i'/i  *TLmt    B.   C,    SATURDAY,   'AUGUST    4.     1900.   "  Xocal Events.  Atlin photos and souvenir p.ostiils  dt C. R. Bourne's.  The latest, nifigayfipes,aud papers  Eire always on hand at Pillnian's.  McDonald's Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and' butter.  An account of the Presbyterian  picnicis unavoidably held over 1 il 1  next week.  , Judge Young returned to camp  on Tuesday from a three weeks'  trip to Port* Simpson, Port Bssing-  ton and HazcltQn>  Dentistrv:.���"fi will: be in Atlin  until August 1,3th. and then at Discovery for, a. week or ten days. All  those desiring dental work would do  well to arrange dates.���L. S. Keller.  Messrs. Cox;. & Co., lately operating near? the- steam shovel on  Spruce, have moved their plant up  to the Blue Canyon to work on the  giound lately operated by the B. C.  B. Co. Ltd. with thcin dredge,,  which was closed down a. month  ago, f  ��� Mr. J. Kirkland, who- some time  ago started for., Juneau, by.way of  Taku river in company with Wm.  Brown, C. E-, returned to town on  Tuesday's boah , He speaks on having, had a gqbd trip. Mr,.Brown  continued south to Kititnat*,. where  he expected to engage at- his profession/.  Go to the Discovery Cheap, Cash  Store if you want to get the benefit  of the ten to, twenty per. cent. CUT  in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots-and  Shoes, Groceries and. Pro.ydsions.  This applies not qnly to cash purchases, but also- to prompt- paying  monthly accounts' after ist August.  H. W. Heal: 34-  Rev. Drv White, superintendent  qf Methodist missions iu British  Columbia.and "^ukon, and'- who has  lately visited Dawson and intermediate points, spent, a few days in  town this week. Mr. White has  been "a. resident of B. G. for.forty-  seven years and, this being his first  visit to the north, he states that he  has enjoyed his trip immensely.  On Wednesday he was a guest, at  the Presbyterian picnic.  Wheaton River Quartz Strike.  Sobio Exceptionally Rieh Ore Has  Been Loca-tsi *���*���> Development  CGmnieim,ed--Caj��rad. Newsi  During the last three weeks one  ;Ol" the biggest .stampedes, in. the  southern end of the Yukon territory  took place, the objective point bei,t��g-  the Wheaton (or, Watson) riyei! val-  :ley, about 22 miles from Robinson  on the W. P. & Y. lie, and about 42  miles fiom Carcross; Jack Stager  and Scotty Morrison (of Atlin fame)  were the locators. Since the fir^t  jlocation was made prospectors from  Conrad, Carcross, WhitQhor-se, and  in fact all the neighboring'districts,  made a rush and some 1-50 men  have been in and located various  properties. Assays of from $900 to  $3,000 have been obtained from  samples broug'hti in from the discovery claim by Col: Conrad, who has  acquired many of the claims. The  rock, is a white quar.tz containing  free* gold and'* teleuroid.. It is  claimed that the ledge is 5 feet wide.  The- government- is building.- a  wagon road in from. Robinson,  which will be finished this week.  Col; Conrad, who asserts that ibis  by long odds the greatost and rioh-  est. strike yet made iu the north,  has started'two camps and has obtained all the available pack animals.  The-work on the telephone from  Carcross to Conrad is completed.  The* building of this, lino does away  with the* branch of the Dominion  telegraph lino,- which will be closed  down..  Work on the pack trail from Conrad city and' mines to Qaxcross is  being pushed" ahead; vary rapidly  aud will be completediin a few days.  Work oh the wagon road" between  the- two placas will! be pushed to  completion by fail] Both undertakings are being built-by the government).  THE IRON STOKE  a  ufust   to  Hand J  Onions, Oranges,  Apples*   Lemons,  ��tor Goons���Always- the Best.  ��tv"R F&NCiiSr--Cash or Credits���As- Low as- the Lowest.  STABLES ��. LUMSDEN  northern Brewing e,m$m  ATLIN, B. ���'..  Browers  of Lager Beer  mnd Pert en.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FUJ.KID.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  *v^]*j*0��i+#*��iP0��i*j*jr***i *****  &*9:9&**#iS MbRM*  OPEN DAY 'AMD NIGHT.  TMM IPSNENG-ROGM   IS CONDUCTED  OiN ST&ICTLY ��� FIRST-  CLASS-  PRINCIPLES".  The Av.B. Excursion.  ^n  Enjoyable Outing on*,the Lake  Which. Wag.,Well; Attended":  About.eighty-, members, and their  Meuds-attended the excursion which  ���left AULu. per.   steamer,  Scptia   on  Saturday  evening last   under   the  auspices   of Camp Discovery,  No.  , 19, Arctic Brotherhood.    The trip  to Pike river  was   made   in   good  time and, on arrival there, the boat  was. tied  up tor* the night.    While  en route to. Bike river an impromptu  smoking  concert  was. held aboard  the   scow   Atlin,   which had' been  Ji/tted up and taken  along   for   the  occasion..      After*   brcaklasU   next  morning  the journey was resumed  around the south end of Goat.island  to   the   Llewellyn glacier, where a  stop was made for about four hours  and   where  the sightseers  amused  themselves   by either, climbing the  ���; glacier or  the mountain-sides.    A  few  who  had  taken   tackle along  tried   to   lure the festive g-reyliug,  but one veteran angler  informs  us  that   the   only results he got were  mosquito  bites.    Piping  the, party  aboard  again,  a start was made for  homeland the run up the inlet and  across, the   lake was made in the  cool of the evening, the Atlin wharf  being reached shortly after ro.p.m.  The ottfing- was thoroughly enjoyed by everybody.aud. the guests  all speak  glowingly of the manner  iu which their welfare and   wants  were provided- for by the- A. B's.,  who always make a point of giving  their guests  the best of entertain-  ��&.-.--������> whether.ashore.or:a)Eloa.t...  Financial   Statesmen*.  , S. Johnson, sec.-treas. of the committee which conducted the Mc-  Tavish-Burgess. presentation,, has  handed us his financial statement  as follows:  Amt collected...,���. ,'$34.^,00  -Two nugget chains$20��. 00.  Cost of' 2 purses... 1-4 00-  Amt. iu purses  135 00  THE ROYAL HOTEL,  DIXON   4,   SCHULZ',   Proprietors.  QflEnfiH Pearl and Fifcst Stueets,. Atilun. B..0L  BH.R3T  CUASS   RE5TTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION".  CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY..  Totals S349 00 $349.00  H. B. Warren, financial agent* for  lhe Northern Mines Ltd., operating  the steam shovel on Sprua*, was in  town Tuesday and claims that the  shovel is making $500 per day.  This is good-news to many.  . ' Stables 8c Lurusderi.carry, a.stock  of good groceries..  Read the A. T. Co.'s advertisement* 011 page 33    It's right:  ��� ar-mm won *  J. Tv REGAN..  AT&IN. AMD DISCOVERY.  Heated  and   Lighted  B*    its,   QiVJi.   fplHnt.  v..  Fine   Sample   Rooms;  For* Commercial- Mem  WHITE PASS HOTEL  a  S?.   D.  A  McMTLLAN,   Manager..  ILacgest and. Best Appointed Hotel, in Yukon.  WHITEHORSE, Y. T.  Choicce*  Bar   Sto.ok  Bates MODERATE  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  I I:ec]> 11 full stock of.Shelf: and Heavy  Ilhnlwai'e ;vt-.*J1, times.  PASOldSB. .. DYNAMITE. GELIGNITE.  W. 0USGRAVE, B. Sc.  Assayer and  ��^^ Chemist  Gonrad  Gity,    Y* T*  ,Q, K.  BARBER SHOP.  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAhLliNGS.. ,  &*. S. Princess   May,,  August* 4th,. J 6th and 27th.  Sa. Sm. Princess   Beatrice,  July 31st.    August J.J*th and 22nd-  '���   '.,   Siiilliig from Skagway 8p.m.  Direct to. Vancouver and' Victoria..  Urflnsportliig by rail/on-stoamor to Seattle without extra charge*  H. B. Dunn,  Accent, SUuicwuy.  Wo give quick sorvicb.,   No intermediate calls.  For rates 01' information apply to  FIRST S1*REET.      -.     ATLIN.  F. SHIELDS,. Prop,.  HOT BATHS 50 cfcs.  The bath rooms ure.equally as good as found  in cities..  JBrivnto Entrance for Ladies.  Palmer*  The Reliable Shoemaker,  ���   Discovery,,B. C.  A Large Shipment of1  .est Quaiifij �� HOC E  OUST  ARRIVED   AT  Ffufeteer. B<w*ts_aL.SpveqjsUty>  Quring. the Season. U Will   Have  Fresh: Ftuifc an& Vegetables Arriviiag  EVERY   FRIDAY  W  at  'Cl  m  <'i  :v^ra^^tffcMi��KS^^

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