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The Atlin Claim 1906-08-11

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 ---"���"' i" '"-'''i n   '���'.<���;���; .,    ^V  ../'\^iUl ��'-"V/;/-  ,- fv   '.Ar''^.  /    -."  v/.-r^i?, *:  '���./  i?  THE  ATLIN CLAIM.  VOL.  15.  ATLIN,  B. C,, SATURDAY,    AUGUST    ir,   1906.  NO. 370  TELEGRAPHIC.  ITALIAN SHIP  FOUNDERED.  Over   Four   Hundred   Immigrants Drowned.  WERE BOUND FOR BUENOS   AVRES.  Captain and Crew Under Arrest for  Abandoning" the Vessel.  Patanita Won Emperor's Cup���ZIon  City's Bigr Debt-*Baker Bested  Neal���Flve Japanese Shot for  Raiding Seal Rookeries���Big  Timber Deal ��� Revolutionists  Plan Strike���Royalty Dined������  Mexioan Town Destroyed���  Standard Oil Co. Indicted.  [SPECIAL TO THE  CLAIM.}  Cartagenia, Spain, Aug. 8.���The  Italian Navigation Co's. steamer  Sirio, from Genoa and bound for  Buenos Ayres with over eight hundred emigrants ��� aboard, foundered  near this port yesterday morning  and over four hundred of the passengers were drowned. When the  vessel was about to sink there was  a panic among the officers and  crew, who" seized the remaining  boats and left a large number of  women and children  to  their  fate.  Cartagenia, Spain, Aug. 9.���An  .official enquiry will be made by the  naval authorities into the wrecking  of the Italian steamer Sirio and it is  expected that the investigation will  lead to severe action on the part of  the commissioners against those  who are claimed to have been directly responsible for the disaster.  The captain and most of the crew of  the Ul-fated ship have been placed  under arrest.  Cowes, Aug. 9.���Sir Maurice  Fitzgerald's yawl Satanita won Emperor William's cup. Lieut, Col.  Bagat's cutter Creelew was second  in an exciting finish.  Chicago, Aug. 9,���The first detailed statement ever made public  of the indebtedness of Zion city was  given out at a meeting of the investigators last night. The statement  showed that the total contracted  debt of Zion city amounts to nearly  five million dollars, which sum it is  proposed by Overseer Voliva to pay  by funding the entire indebtedness  for a period of eighteen years with  bonds bearing six per cent, interest.  Los Angeles, Cal., August .9. ���  Harry Baker, of San Francisco, got  the decision over Fraukie Neal in a  twenty round bout before the Pacific Athletic Club of this city last  night. The fight, which was very  fast throughout, went the limit but  Referee Tommy Bums gave Baker  the decision as he showed less punishment and was the fresher at the  end of the bout.  New York, August 9.���A Herald  special from Dutch Harbor says:  "Five  Japanese  sealers were shot  and killed on St. Paul Island, one  of the Bribyloff group, on the 17th  of July by order of an agent of the  United States Department of Commerce and Labor as the result of a  raid made by four Japanese schooners on the American seal rookeries  at that place. Twelve Japanese  prisoners, who were captured by the  U. S. revenue cutter McCulloch,  have been turned over to the deputy  marshal 1 at Dutch Harbor.  New, Westminster, Aug. 9.���The  Fraser -River Saw Mill Company  have purchased the Esquimalt &  Nanaimo timber limits on Vancouver Island from the Canadian Pacific Railway Company for a sum  amounting to several million dollars.  The price paid is said to be $10  per acre.  ��� London, Aug. 10.���Mr. J. R. McDonald, whip of the Labor party in  the British-House of Commons,  sailed' for Canada ��� yesterday to endeavor to establish - harmony between the labor councils of Canada  and the mother country.  Odessa, Aug. 10.���It is said that  the revolutionists:are planning a  general strike to begin on the 14th  of September.  ���  Cowes, Aug. 10.���King Edward  audQue'en Alexandra, of England!  and King Alfonso and Queen Victoria,- of Spain, dined on Wednesday  evening with Consuelo Dowager  Duchess of Manchester at the Egypt  House.in this town.  Denver, Col., Aug. 19.���George  Ordway, an election commissioner,  and Henry Dougherty, president of  the Gas & Electric Company of this  cily, were sent to jail today for contempt of court in refusing to testify  in an election contest. The former  also refused to deliver the ballot  boxes to the sheriff.  Philadelphia, Aug. 10.���Five  mariners are in double irons aboard  the receiving ship Lancaster at the  League Island navy yard and ten  sailors are under arrest as the result  of a mutiny which occurred at the  latter place on Monday night. Ten  mutineers were badly injured bjr  those engaged in quelling the outbreak.  Chicago, Aug. 10.���The federal  grand jury yesterday afternoon returned an indictment against the  Standard Oil Company charging it  with having illegally received rebates on storage charges from several different railroad companies.  Madrid, Aug. 10.���The official  enquiry being made by the naval  authorities into the foundering of  the Italian steamship Sirio, by which  over four hundred lives were lost,  seriously inculpates the captain and  crew of the steamer for saving themselves and criminally abandoning  the vessel and causing a panic  among the passengers, and most of  whom should have been saved.  Atnerillo, Tex., Aug. 10.���Canyon City was practically wiped out  by a   tornado   on Wednesday aud  several people were killed and many  others injured. During the height  of the storm four members of the  Figgs famify' were instantly killed  by lightning.  Vancouver, Aug.  Northern Railway,  with the Northern  will   next   summer  10.���The Great  in  conjunction  Pacific system,  run    through  trains between this city and Portland, Ore. The service will be  double, daily and direct, and the  distance between the two cities will  be covered in ten hours.  The Cottage City and the Princess May will sail for Skagway on  Sunday night.  GKXKRAI, NEWS.  ' Reniberoff, Aug. 4.���A terrible  battle is in progress here at the  summer encampment of the troops  and the Cossacks. The troops at  the camp mutinied and Cossacks  were sent to quell the trouble. The  latter were met with ��� grape shot  from all the batteries of field artillery and the battle which ensued is  still in progress. The revolutionists  and mutiniedLartilleryinen command  the entire post.  Helsingfors, Aug. 4.���The crew  of the Russian cruiser Bogatyr mutinied this morning and that vessel  has- joined,the revolution. There  are no details of the transaction.    '"  St. Petersburg Aug. 5.���Grand  Duke Nicholas yesterday assumed  his duties as dictator. His orders  from the czar are to show no mercy.  M. Stolypin, the premier, was in  conference with the czar all Friday  night. He is displeased with the  appointment of a dictator. It is  fully expected that the premier will  resign because of the assumption of  complete power by Grand Duke  Nicholas.  If the troops that are now assigned as unfaithful by the . revolutionists prove to be as predicted, St.  Petersburg will be in their hands  within a few days.  The rooms of the Atlin Club presented a very gay and pleasant .appearance Tuesday evening last on  the occasion of the first club dance  of the season, and most of our  townspeople accepted the hospitality  of the club. The dance was a success in every way and all present  hoped this dance was only the beginning of a long series. Mrs, E.  M. N. Woods and Dr. L. S. Keller  very kindly supplied the music, and  to them very largely is due the success of the dance.  Mr. Wm. Sloan, M. P., accompanied by Mrs. Sloan, arrived on  Tuesday's boat. Mr. Sloan, who  represents this constituency at Ottawa, is making a tour of his district and is looking into all matters  affecting the same and seeing where  he can make improvements. He  visited most of the creeks and various operations being carried ou in  the district. Mr. Sloan left for Dawson on Friday's boat, and on his  return from there will visit the Stik-  ine and Telegraph Creek.  Guggenheim's   Visited   Atlin.  The Heads of the Wealthy'Mining:  Company Inspected its Plant  and Tar Flat Holdings.  Daniel Guggenheim and wife,  S. A. Guggenheim and wife, all of  New York; .D. A. Anderson and  wife,' of'Idaho, who have large fortunes invested in the mining and  smelting , business in' Canada and  the United States, accompanied by  A. Chester Beatty, mining engineer  of Denver, Col., and S. H. Graves^  president of the W. P. & Y. R.,  arrived in Atlin on.Sunday morning  per the Scotia. < They were met by  Mr. 0. B. Perry, manager of their  operations in Atlin ard the Yukon,  Mr. Bloomfield Smith, of London,  who is building the line of railway  between Dawson and the Forks,  and Mr. O. T. Switzer, who had  arrived the day previous by special  trips of the steamers Mabel F. and  Scotia. The party immediately  drove to Tar Flats and inspected  the work of installation of their  mammoth steam shovel (which is  ready for digging) and the electric  dump car system, which is almost  completed and which is expected to  commence handling pay dirt oil  Monday. They returned to town  in-liie- afternoon and left for-Dawson'  about 6 p.m. The Guggenheims  will have invested several millions  in the north before all their Atlin  and Yukon properties will be at  work up to their fullest capacities.  In addition to their northern placer  holdings they are heavily interested  in copper mines iu the Copper river  district of northern British Columbia.  The Law Courts.  Arnold Haarvey vs. Northern  Mines Ltd. was a wages case tried  on Wednesday before Judge Young,  The amount claimed was $17.50,.  being a dispute as to the rate of  wage. Judgment was given for the  plaintiff with costs.  Clay vs. Queen.���This action was  tried on the ground in dispute on.  Spruce creek Thursday. A view  was had of the ground in dispute  and all the witnesses were examined.  The trial was then adjourned to AN  lin till Monday, at n a.m., for  argument and any other matters  that may arise.  Spruce Creek Power Co. vs. Cai-��  laghan, Prescott et al�� came up for  hearing Tuesday and was adjourned  till Friday as the plaintiff company  were supposed to be cleaning-tip.  On Thursday Mr. Mason made ap->  plication for au adjournment till the  20th, inst., to allow Mr. A. D. Taylor  to come in, which application was  refused. The trial was commenced  on Friday and will probably occupy  several days. The validity of the  Vernon lease is in question.  ���: ; ��� ,    zvt  New Arrivals.  Aug. 7���Mr. and Mrs. William  Sloau, H. Beddeson, J. McDonald,  F. E. Mayuard, 0. Wheeler, C. M.  Hamshaw, M. Lind, CD. Mason,  J, S. Seplin, K. Brown, R. Seil'ert,  Miss Kate Gorden, Mrs. Pagclen,  Dr. Young. Aug. 10--K. H.���Fletcher, Mrs. Bert Hartshorn. <���"/  y  '/  'C  ATLIN,   B.  C���   .SATURDAY,    AUGUST    ir,    1900  ��  The Atlin Claim.  THE ATLIN CLAIM ir. nuuLiaHCD cucnv gatupoay  MOflNING,       MAI'.CD     mcK    TO    ANY    PAriT   OF  THE  world ron co cents ptn month ; as.oo pen  vcar. AovKr.TiaiHG rates : m.00 pen in.ch cach  'nscrtion ;  heading notices, an cents a 1.1 nc.  SPECIAL   HATCS    ON    A.PPLI SATION.  -ft^*.-  JOH.raiNTlN6 :  ILL-HEADS,  uosTcns, visiting oanns,  LETTER-HEADS, nnOCHAMMCS,       ETC..   ETC.  OnDCRS   PnOMPTLY    EXECUTED.  PRICED, MpDoflATM.  The Atlin ��laim Pu:h tasking Co.*. Ltd.  W.    PoiiTiAKD.      GHANT.       KUJTOH--M A K Afi tilt.  �������� ������ ���'������������ .. 1    . 1        ������ mini.. ���  Attention is called in another col-  it mn to a meeting to be held Satuu-  day night to discuss and provide  ways a.nd means for protection from,  fire-.    ,  In, this connection it would be as  well to remind our townsmen that  in the past the Fire Brigade has  been under the care and control of  bhe Board of Trade, but tlie time  has come when the citizens- themselves���those vitally interested���  should take the matter into- their  own hands, elect' their own chiefc  and have volunteers who. can be  relied on.    . *  There is no. one of our townsmen  but wouldi willingly serve in any  capacity,, provided; lie knows what  is expected of him.  By'the appointment of a purely  volunteer brigade there will be a  saving of the salary paid in the past  to the chief,, thus lessening- the-bur-  . den on the merchants and. subsciibr  ers to the fire fund.  There are certain obligations yet  to be met, and a full attendance of  those interested both directly and  indirectly is lequested.  CARD OF THANKS.  Miss McTavish and Miss lkirgess  ck-siro u< to express their sincere  and heartfelt appreciation of .the  ���eourlwiH jinri kindness o-f the people  iof.Atlin Di-liicl as demonstrated by  the beautiful and valuable-gifts pre;  sented to them on She sjth, nil.,  Illuough Messrs. Sullivan and1 Mc-  .Kinnon, and to thank the doners,*  and particularly the gentlemen who  so kind!}- and generously originated  the muv^fiient and enabled their  friends to give sudi a tangible cx-  ���pre.-'siou ol their esteem 'aindi goodwill.  Iii' sayi'iig adieu to.their many  friends and the people of Iha-district  they, the abovs- ladies,, desire to bespeak for their successors and the  institution with which they have  been connected;.' viz., St.. Andrew's  ���Hospital, the same wavnasympathy,  help and encouragement which they  themselves have received, aiid'which  they now naost heartily acknowledge..  aim Hi iiansClIm  s  Why si'.Ni) out whjln you can okt nooss as ciiiiav iir.iMS.!'  Atlin. Nugget and' Grape. Rings uad all hinds'��f .Jewelry iniimi  Fus;t 11 l'ccl on the premises. ~ ' ,  I'ine New Stock of Watches, Clocks,. Jewelry ;h��> Diamonds  Watches from S5.00 up. Agents I'oi' Columbia (ii'iiiiioplioiiot..  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons-.  '5'    A TUN   AND   DISCOVV.KV,  Watchmakers "and "Manufactiirfrsg Jcwelrs.  : &  Safety Deposit Vaults.  &��dz??  To. religion cash is more- essential  than faith. II their was no-money  ihere would be no- creeds..  N.OTICET.  NOTTCIi   Ts hereby gri".en thuM'he owners  of the''Mon-Union'"loase on Moulder Creek  will not be responsible tor any debts- contracted b.v Wiu hiy men, ��01: lalioi' or supplies.  A ..S. GROSS,. 1  Ai-Kit, Julv. 1-W.li, ItlOfi. Miam^uiK Owner.  jJ-ii-:'.J.Jni  NOTICE^  Cabin.  For- Sale;..  At   length we exercise a< very reluctant duty in Intimating   to   our  leaders a matter of the most delicate-  nature,   as   well  as of the greatest  importance to the official   personage  implicated.      We   have   been,,   for  some time, acquainted with the general circumstances o�� these untoward,  events.    Rumor  has  been secretly  busy in throwing   out hints, which,  tend  to: create suspicions of official  corruption in- a   quarter   which   we  have ever considered as the seat  of  immaculate   purity   and.   strength.  And, as-we believe, these vague and  groundless   notions   were  first delivered in partial whispers, developed  into general notoriety.    We did  not intend  to  spread their- circulation, but we feel that should investigation   follow,, that their absurdity  .and innocence will  be   proven.  We do, not pretend to, uuveili the  circumstances of these weird accusations; but sufficient has- transpired to satisfy us that the- saner  members of this community did. not  allow the question, to enter; into*  their consideration.  Certificates  srf Improvements*  Sunrise-and Sunset Minerai.CIai.rns.  Situate in the A.tlLu .Mining- lliv.ision,. Cassiar  Dihtv.ict.    Where Located:.��� On Imliiui  CucgU,.iigii>' Fourth ofjuly. Creek..  r-pAlili Notice that T.. Edward S. Wilkinson,  us- n&cnt f/>v  Louise l.eoutitio Graham,.  Free-   Miner's    Certiliea'ro    No.  ]il,tilS��� anil  Alexander McUonaJd, Prey Minor's  Certificate No..JiliUOGfl,. intend, sixty, days fr.om the  dale hereof,.to applet toithe .Mining Recorder  for.  Certificates  oh  Improvements   foe the  pni'iKise ol'  obtaining^ Cro.wn Grunts, ofj the  above claims..  And fin ther take notice tliat actnon,.undb:i-  section ">7,. must, be commenced befioue  the  issuance   of. such, Cert.iJic11.tes. of. Jjnnr.oy.c-  meiits..  Dated t.his2tith ila��ofiJuno,.lflflG..-  Jiaiv.Mt!) S..Wu.mssos, P.I..S:.  !& AKCllt..  They   are   Waiting   for   You! ]p&        *-.���np ��->i n fi~>-  Garpcts ��� arse? ffepesse S^EweaiisliJcez&Sa  TJN1C    OK   "KOOTvS    and    SHOKS,  also.    GOLD    S1.',A1,    11 kV    CUM.    'Ron  yC<3   MsdiGCYvur'ys, 13. C.  Richs.'vlsof..  FurX  Successors to  J. H  'THE",. GOLB ��� ��� -HO-G-BJ^  .   ... DISCOVERY,   B.C.  ���     '.C;H. NISSEN,.    -     -    '.-   ..Proprietor...  KesttiMrant in Corincetion SJhilcs  Kew and Capable Maiingciiiciir<     ���      ,  5  NOTICE,  ���CarShoo, Otsnrneca and Sfteena/River  ���VI inimg ��� Divisionk.< ���  -j^J-4)'J]lCE   >m   hereby   frivrwi   iiliaS  ���        after   the   first day of'.lline,"  Etta. Extension, At Last,, and,'White.-  Baby   Mineral   Ctaimsj.  The   D.ifference>.  Aii  exchange  editor does not at  tempt to hide the fact that he- is a  little old-fashioned, yet when- it  comes to placing men and; women  on exactly the same plane, he says:-  "Men and- women ought, perhaps,.-  to enjoy the same rights and. privileges, but for all that, if we saw two  men wearing- picture hats and. kissing enqh other on the street, we  ���'.v,o.u;u. Jo.ok. for a. br.ick right awajj." ,  Sif.inttr 5n the Atilui,Mining: TlivUi'tn, Ciwiinr  Jiihtrict-. Where located:.���Wiie-tinarleii  of a mile North-West oE A'Jin.  r"J"UKK Ai^tieethat. I,,W. Oils';, l^rco Miners"  "~ C.'m-.tiJieate No..lMi;!,!17Si,. and asnyont ior  (J. 0. Iloohme,. Free .Miners' Certilicate No..  iili:!,'.!^, ii'tciid.sixtydiu'-sf-rniu the date hereof, to i'liply to the Mining RiMiordoi: for Cer-  l:lii't'.tc- nf tiii|iroVii.Miieiits,.rur tho-��iu:|io>,o  of. olitainw!^ Croiv.n Guiints of, the uho'ae  eliviin-,.  And fnrtiiCRtaffo-notico thiut.netion,.tmdeu-  scutiun :!",. ninsfc be eomnicnced before the  ia.>'.>i(inc(i of sneh. CeutUk'ittes-of. lnii.irov.e-  nic'tit.'i..  Duted this 1st day o&A.iHi;ilst..1960i.-  ,  i-2!i W.M. GASS.  .Visiting  ATLINTQ LODGE  A. F. &.A\.. Mi.  No. 12. G..K..H. C.  Hefjnlar  eomihiuiiea-  tions held- on   the  first  Thursday of each.month  in the A.-O. U. W..Hall,  Third. Street.. '    ',"  brotliren-cordiully invited.    ���  HQTT BATHS  Can be.- Had at  ������On the Waterfront.  Men's Suits Cleaned, and -Repaired.  All Work Guaranteed.    '  Goods Called for and, Deli.v.ered>.  Cash. o;i. Dcjivcuy..  MV*.. Mv FenO,.   Proorietress:.  i  on a-nd  lOllfl. the  folliMviiiK (taiintitiioiis. u5 the boJinda.i.'ies of  tho OwilKoo. .Minins Division,. 4hu Omi-neea  Miming; Div.isison and theSkeena ltiver Mining  Division will bo-snUstituted lor those at pre-  ���scnt in fcreet���  ���CAiaiieo itExiNfi ur\-i.sios-  SttiatiiiK  on-, the eastern, boundary of: the  Province at n. paint wliece- such   lioundary  outs the southern hciiiiduwof the watershed  ttli ���  tihe'PcMiqo   ltivev  iaid'ilt. tributaries;  t.hett'ic prooeedLnj;  wnstorly  and   MMibhcrly  ujoitti tlu;   height   o2, land   sopitratin^r   the  dtiiia-na^e  a,rea   at  the. Fraser ltiverand its  '.tributaries on the south from the drainage  iii-eiu e�� tihe Peace fliv.er and, its tuibjitaries  on bhc n<)rth,.eoutiaiuinii��to.itnd erost-ine?the  Salmon-  Iliver   at  a  puint lUio-nt  live miles  a-oni wlioao tihe stud'SfJiiioii  l'.iver   einiities  imtOMtiha-l-'rasei: ISivei:: tlience westerly alone;  t.lus he:��ht at land se)iar:i.t!.nt; the   drainatve  area.  08 the   Puuser- Riwer below this |)oint  aiidoEtlio-Nceliueo River below the junction  ott.he StUiirt,.oii the south,-Erotu  tlu> dmiin-  aa-e-aaettiofitlie Stiuvi:t anil Sulninn Hi vers on  the- iiorth,.'to.the niotttli oi the Stmist River  imid crosxiitK o�� the Nechaco-Riveir; thence  KfiuthcrlB'and westerly rJonfr the hei��ht of  laud   forming;  tihe  boundarit  between   the  wiatcrsiied   of- t.ltc Kecltuco. Hive tdiovo the  Sbunrt on tihe noi-th tuul 'alio .Chilako  (Mud)  River tuinV llhickwater on the south and east  to- a  poitit en .such  heWiht. of land where it  intersects the height <>E land separiLtiiij; the  watershed   of   tdio KitcliiniUo  River on the  north   and   the- upper   l)lucUwa.ter   on   the  south:   bhouee em,t��rll' iiloni; such divide to  a-eroesiiig; oS'tlio lllaekwater-at the 'junction  oft  the  Nazrp. Ri,ver: thence easterly aloiipf  the hei��hb of land between West   Riyer  iutd  liisJcer's Greek to<a.erosUiif,' of the I'rnser "at,  a pointi half-Way. betwoiMi mouths   ol!  West  and Quesne.1. liivers- tlience easterly follow-  'uie;  height   of   hind dividntt; thu drainage  arenoiithc Qnesiiiil River and tributaries on  tihe .south   from   the .drainage area of the  Willow iutd Cottonwood Riwers-on the north,  to n.poinb wliere such: lt'6i��ht of land ��� intersects, .the height of land diyidin-r the dritiiu-  a��o-area o�� the South   l;,jrk  of  the   Upper  : t-rascr firom tho drainatfc urciLof the Canoe  Raver;:'theiic9-sotith-cast alone;.stieh  divide  to   the  eastern   boutidauy oS the Province:  thence northerly uloiii; such eastern  bonnd-  tu'S toitho point oli couiineueement..  .'OMIN'KCA'MSSLSCI  DIVISION-  Cbmniencrnj; on the eastern boundary of  tihe Province at a, point where sJich boundary crosses tihe divido'Scpnrn-tinj; tho drain-  ase'area of the >tay River on. the-north from  the .drainase. area  of the tributaries of the  Peace -River <a\ the south'; tin-nice  westerly  alonj; -liei^'it of land forming; divide scpart-  jjig; tlie duainnf;e.nrea of the Hay River and  tributaries  of tho Liard River o<i the north  Oi'oiii tlie draiiin��e iieoh of the. Peace  River  on the south,, to. a point whore such height  of land uitersnetsthe lioiKht of lmndseparut-  u\X: the   liertdwa.ters   of  tho   Skeena  River  frt'om  the  headwute-rs  of  tlui  Stikitte  and  Liard Kwcrs; thence south-westerly follow-  ijte; the heifrh* of land scpnratiii'; the drain-  a^ra tu;oik o�� the- Skoeuo. IUvoe- on tlie eas+.  jf.i;onj.tlic>. drajjuuxe area of. the   Naas, Rivtfrs^^-jl,  and  tributaries on the v.-e-i   to    t!,..   intersection of the hi'^iit   of   laud   I'livnting;   i!:e  nortli-westei'u hnjjuiiary "Stli" ��:>.rt'r��!ic<l oP  the Kitsumyaliaiii   Ui-vcr: t.'ienre alon^ this:  hitter divide  tO' a- rifssVuiir   of   the  Slceeuii.  Rivev at u point three miles below the mouth,  'oli the (Jopot'r .River: thence south-easterly '  along;   the   height   oS lain!   .separating?   the-  draimagre ca-pn ot'thc-Caripbr Ki-verfrein tlmfr  ol'TlMrnliUl Creek: tlietieccwntinuiuirsoutheasterly ale-it;;' the  he-^-lit, oi; land   between  the Copper  Uitscr mud its tributaries on the-  north-east  a-nd tho -liituiuiis  liiver   on   the-"  south-west  to   is paint on the heigrht of lnndl  .-separating;' tiii-o ilratnngre .a-jen.  of  Gnrdnei-  Canal   on   the   west. Iron the tributaries ol'  itho Nectiaeo River on tltceast; thence &outh-  lerly and   easterly SoQowhig;   She   lieigrht   of  land  fornitiig; the west and southern bound-  iiiries o'i-Mie watershed of the Nechaco  River  above the junction of thcStuai'fc to the cross-  ine; of the Nechaco-River at tU�� mouth of the  Stuart: thenee easterly alonff height of land  between the drainage areai oil the Nechaco  Ion the soitfh and the Snrhmni   River, on   the  jitortli, i'1-ussing; the Saluiisn River at a point:  Hive miles Troni \\ hero tlie stiid Salmon   River  empties into the  fraser River and still following; the heigi'li'i .-of land to a p>int between  [Summit Lake- on the norr.lt-.mil  4he   b"iia<.ei-  |Iliver   on   the  south: MtPar.'  northorly and  easterly along; the  hei^hv  of   land   dhidingr  tlte drainagje  area of rite I'^-u-er uuil its 1 ������>-  bntarios au   the soutit   lymu   the   ilrnijifiu.'B  area -i>T   the Pea-ce Llivci'and it^ t-.-ibutni it's-,  on the utirtli,.t..<'iiitininnu.' io   apoinl   w.heri-  the so-nthern  bouiula'-'.v oi' t!'.".M'.attM'sli'Mi of  the Peace River i.vcut. by tlie eastern li-jund-  tiry of  the   Province: , tlieuro nf ivit   alung.-  Stich   enstei'ii   baundary   U-\  omli:!   hi"   eou;-  nicitccmeut.  on ry nc  Mi-./on'.  s:iiti !n-  siciiKNA iii-VL-a Mi'Si::-,; divisio  Stlvi'ting; en the iMiterttatituui,! br.-u:  Hixon's li^trivuee * optt(.l^Ltf. C'ai':  thence easterly and northerly iikHr;  jtcriiatioiuil boundary to the !tt'i;;!i! n��" l.i i;i��.  .between the Unuk River and ��-kni liivorv  tiliiMicc iKH'tli-eustorly. foJIow'tim the hi'igihl  of-land < 1 i-.<i11 i11u the draittaiic are:* of tho  SliJiUte River on the nortJi Ennii the ilr;:ii:ngf>  area of those streams miiptyiu;; into tht-  IPaeiifie Oeca.n souSh oS i'orthind Canal to a  point, where such heigtht of huid fntcrsret--.  the height of land separatLtigi' the waieri-hi-ii  of Mie Slceena River-on the eavt |'i oni tltc-  NuaM Ri\*r on the west; thence i'oLluwiu;;  the height oT hind between .saiil rivor�� to it  pointi whnuc such he.;��'lit. of land joins tho  height of. land forming; the north-Hi'-tort.  bouiidnry of tlie warer-dicd ��f M:e Kit-.uin-  KalLuw River; thence along; tliis hitter ilividr  to u er��s��ijig; of tho Shpeu.-t River threo  .inilcs below the niotitli o'F t hi: Copper Kivcv:  tlience south-easterly iiloiu;-' ttie' bevjhv.'.oL"  land se para Hit ^' the <li'ainn.;te 'arrii oi' the  Copper-Riser froiii-tltat o-F 'L'itornhill C'rci'k-  thenco CHittiniuug; iw<iti|.e.i.st>'.i'l.v ahni;;- tin-  ;hcig;liti of laud between t.!tu Cnlip'.-r Itiv'ei-  '���aud its tvi.l'iut.ai'ies ��it the noi'Ui-trai.t n,n<l ttio  Kitimat River on. the .soiuh-wt'-rt to a point-  on the heigitt of le.inl t!iv.idiji;>- the draiu.'ijfcv  ;arca of- Gar'duoi- Ccinn'to-ir The v.'tyl am! the-  jtribiiturlos.ot.thc Nechaco River, cm the east'  to a point on the height; ��[ .''and Meparutingr  Itlto draiung;o n'rva o�� Gariinnv Ciuial and Its  ��� tributaries, on .tltci unutlt f-rom that <if Deiiu  Canal- anil its triliut.'U'it.s. on the sotttii:  thence south-westerly, lolinwing;' the heig.;hti  of hind to. u .point, imrih of Saitr.oii Jia.i opposite Oscar Pass*.; thcuee tiirougjh Osyni-  Pass ami- AliH'Juuik Hoimtk passing; south of  Price Islano1; thenee westerly, pu&siuj; to tho-  south and west iif Queen Charlotte Islands;  tliiHiue northerly to vhc; point of commence-  ineut in Uixou's Kntriiiicc.  RICUARI.) MclJltrTlK,"''  Miulstei: of iflucs. ATLIN,   B.. C,   'SATURDAY,    AUGUST   n,    1906  Coming   to .-the-Scratch.   ,  Dedicaie'd to tlie women who frequent the lately innovated .'Todies'  Smoking- Car" 011 Kn^lis-li passenger trains:  The ladies of old Hngland  Their pipes and ilu-ir c'��iiis       1-  Aie smoking like the men do,  0   And have their smoking cms;  'Tis'snid they fill their brier pines  1mom their Inhaceo can, '  And take a match fioin,their ^'nntcll  llOK  And light it like a man.  The carry packs of cigaieltes  And when each "stick" is lit.  Doubtless cross llicir limits and_ puff,  And talk and smoke and spit.  Anil scatter, ashes"here and there,-  1'Yqhi IJeerslieba' to Dan;       '  And   when   they want  a light'they  strike  Their matches like a man.  Oil,'ladies siioi t and ladies tall,     . r  Oh, ladies doiiV'nnd gay   "--"  Tl is not rigln that ladies should  Act in this manly way;  Cut out the pipe and cigarette.  Be graceful as you can;  No ���woman can be- graceful'who ;  Strikes matches like a man.  , " ���Lowery's Claim.-   .  CORRESPONDENCE.  [The Claim is. not  rrspotisibh* lor views expressed by ( (ii'i'cspotnli'nt-.]  Two Kinds o," Chameleons.  .Sunday School Excursion.  The Children and Their Frier.ds En-'  '   ������" joyed a Pleasant Outing.-  The annual excursion of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Sunday School  was held Wednesday week. The  .Scotia left at'9-a.ui. prompt with  about eighty merry picnicers aboard.-  .Anioug those present were .a number frorn Discovery .and Spruce  Creek, also the Rev.'rDi.. Pringle,"  Atlin's former missionary, aud the  Rev. Dr. White, superintendent of  Methodist missions, who had been-  spending a few days here.  After a pleasant three hours' sail,  most of which time'was spent hymn  singing and listening to instrumental selections-by Mrs. E. M. N.  -Woods and Dr. L,. S. Keller, Indian  .Creek was reached, where a lauding  was ��� made. The ladies soon had  the tables spread with all kiuds of  delicacies, which 'were thoroughly  enjoyed by everybody. A. number  of the party visited D. Hall's rauche  and spoke well of the. prospects .for  a good ci op of hay this season. Ice  cream was served during the after--  noon to the satisfaction of the inner  mau. One of the mirth provoking-  features of the day was the scrambling (by old and young) for candies and nuts as ihey were scattered  broadcast by the superintendent.  Foot racing then became the order  of the day and allot'the events. wei;e  well contested.  About six o'clock tea was served  and, from the - quantity -of eatables  left over, it was quite evident the  ladies had not under-estimated the  capacity of the crowd. At seven-  fifteen a start was made for home,  which was reached about ten p.m.  A vote of thanks was formally made  by Dr.' Pringle, seconded by Dr.  White, expressing appreciation for  ���"the kindness aii'd generosity of the  captain and crew of. the Scotia.  ..Wants : Reality.,  :       Why-is.it that. n. woman   would  rather   look  at  a display of pretty  hosiery iu a show window  while  a  ;      man prefers muddy street crossings?  "-���Bonhani'Herald.;   ,; ,       -.  ���/,.'���'    Man never likes to.waste h.is-.tirne  *o on anything when he  knows  from  the  beginning  that there's nothing  .Atlin, Aug.'.'-ilh. 1006.  To the 1 Cditor of Tmc A'i'i.in Claim:  ' Sii:,���-.-Alier liediing tlie Premier's  scalding- retorts   lo. Mr.   li. M. N.  Woods'    speech,    particularly   with  let'erence to his change  of  politics,  ,il seems  strange 10 mc to hear such  taunts   thrown    out   owing     lo    a  changeof opinions and ideals.    Has  .not   the   whole piovincc changed in  it's   modus   operandi   and   opinions,  have-we not   all''changed,   is ,il   a  .fault  and, disgrace, have we not all  changed-,   in   good- company'?'   The  conditions   of the people and iuter-4  esls of.the-people of this-province.  have they not altered?  . People-talk  (if;-.'a-change of "opinion f'is'it. not a  sigii'of life1,-'it is only1 the dead who  remain the same. Aud of all charges  brought   against  a man or a part}',  that  of inconsistency,    because   of  changed  opinions, is the most inept  and-i-napprapriate-.  . ���-..-,     -.  -\  '-*    . ���       ���r-  ,   ���       ���   ���   *      \  Yours faithfully, -  . Appka-lkr to -Rkason.  P.S.���The above letter has no reference   to   chameleons who change  color fdr-'reniunerative purposes."  Always ' be good, --for' tomorrow  you may be the leading character  in 'a funeral.   -     ' ��� ��� ���  3g3grasiW.:&HigwM��MUBig;HBBanM^ -j  Hi V  <%>'������ Hns  ;.'?!?HeMwy:>'.;'fc-:^^  WE   HOW   OUR  1(  ,4-  *��$etf   mssB  CASH  .0 ��  Synopsis-of.. C<tnadinn;.|lonie5tea(t, Regulations.  A1 NY-available Dominion Lands within  UT\^ the Railway Kelt in Jh-itish Columbia,  may bo homesteaded by any person who is  the solo head of a family, or any male over IS  years of agfe, to the extent of one-quarter,  section of IliO acres more or less.  ��� liutry must, be made personally at- the local  land oilice tor the district in which the laud  is situate.  The homesteader is required to perform  the conditions connected therewith under  one of the following; plans:  ��� (1) At least six months' residence upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father Cor mother, it the father is  .deceased) of the homesteader resides upon a  farm in the vicinity of the land entered for,  the requirements as to residence may be  sutislied by sueh person residing; "With' the  father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent- residence upon farming? land owned by him iu  the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied ]iy  residence.upon tho said land.  Six months' notice in writing; should he  Stivpn to UieiOoiiimissionerot Domini on bunds  at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may he purchased at ��10 per acre  for soft coal and ���'S2() for anthracite. Not more  than :*20 acres can be acquired Ijy one individual or company, lioyalty at the rate of  ton cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be collected on the grross output.  \V. W. COJIY,  s        Uoputy-of the Minister of the Interior.  N.li.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. jy21-ljm  *A*<KfrrVW*AArV*^^  ������       DISCOVERY, B. C.  A Strictly   First-Class   Hotel.  '  "  ED.' SANDS,   Proprietor.  Choicest-Wines, Liquors aud Cigars  ....���,       . Strange We nevea- thought of it before!  Our .AMSSifST  Fries List is ���Mmw  Ready I  UR Punted Price ,I,i.-:t just seems to fill a long felt need, as, when  our-:piitf"ons ������re-eeiVe it on the first of the mouth they know exactly  wliiit goods-will cos! them during the-month, and it is a great assistance  in making-up-'an order.  r'   ��� We have' a large   Stock of  Goods now on the way in  '.   and we'will place them-in   the  Store  at   Lowest. Possible  Price's, TOR CASH, iii Case Lots.  You 'are always sure of  the  Pest' Quality of Goods at the  "���     ���     ' A. T. COMPANY'S' STORKS.,  Goods  delivered   promptly on tlie" Creeks  aud  in   Town.  II   you  are  not   already, a   customer  it  will 'pay you   lo  give   us a trial order.  ti*   &   1&   .J&   .2*   &   -J& ' '  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY  OF ALL.  KINDS,  Dressed to Order.  C.   DOELKER     Manager.  in it.'  The Diuing-Rooui, under the mau-  ��� agemenl of Mrs. T. I-Iinchcliffe,  furnishes the best meal in town.  Hampton   &   Durie, Proprietors.  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  CONNECTION;  lleitduiiiirterii for Dixon's stage.  THE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE.  Through   Line   from   Skaguay  to  Atlin,   White   Horse,  Big  Salmon,  Dawson and all intermediate points.  Finely  appointed trains daily, except Sunday,  between Skaguay, Caribou  and   Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express.  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS:  No. 1.���North Hound. |  No. 2.���South Hound,  9.30 a.m. Lv.       SKAGUAY     Ar.   I.SOp.ni,  2.10 ii.in. I.v.       CAKIUOU      bv. II.HO a.m.  4.30 p.m. Ar. WIHTK HOUSii Lv. 9.30 a.m.  TIME'SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS!  1.PRVO CAKIUOU 5 p.m. Mondays,   ��� Arrive All.IN 9 a.m. Tuesdays.  " " It p. in. Thni'Mltiys, " "        9 a. m. Friday.-),  l.eavo ATUN 3 p. in. Tuesdays, Arrive CAKIUOU 7 a. m. Wednesday*.  " ��� ���      "       fi p. in. I'ridnys. ' " " 7 a. in. Saturdays.  I.'.'.' pounds of Inurpra^c will be checked free with each full fare ticket mid l't pounds  u illi t-n'li luilf fare ticket.  l'ns,i!ii;:Hrs must bo at. depots in time to have UaitSSHKC inspected aud checked.  Time Schedules are subject to change without notice.  f.BF"    Baggage   Bonded   Through.  Kor information  relative to  Piissciitrer,   l''r<:ifiltt,   lixpress and   Telegraph   Kates,  npplv to any tigcut ol the Conipati.v or to  X. li |li:i!L)OK,  Gen. M-r., '      "���   J.   LIPSCOMBE,        J. Jf. UOCEUS. Trnflie MQiiaKer,  Vancouver, 1!. C, ami Agent, Atlin. VuiifOiivei\ U. C, and  . Hltatruay,.���Alaska..- Skn^uay, Alaska.  The  Canadian   Bank  of   Commerce,  CAPITAL:- "PAID    UP    $10,000,000.  Reskkve, $4,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at Jeattie,  San Francisco,  :'���'.," Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Goi,d Dust Pukchashd���Assay Officii in ConniaCTion.  ' J.  A. SMITH. Manager. ATMy,    ��,   C- "  SATURDAY,    AUGUST    ir,    itjort.  Local Events.  ���    Atlin photos and squ\'eui,r postals  9,t C. R. 'BomneVi,.,  The latest raaga^iwa a,iiy\ papers  a,re always on hand at; Vi^ty.a.u.'^.  McDonald's, G.we^y.    i&gJses. a,  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  The public school will, se-ppeu on  'Monday, August 2.7th.  .C. D. Mason, of Victoria, arrived  in camp Tuesday on a ��� professional,  visit.  E. H. Fletcher,, Dominion post  office inspector, arrived in camp yesterday to inspect, the. Discovery and  Atlin ofSces.  Mr. P. Harrissgn,, whQ baa been  visiting in camp for the last week  or so,, kft fox the coast; yqsjer,d.ay  and will practice law at Cwber-  land? B. C.  . Dkntistry.���I wi,!l be. ijia. Atlin  until August 13-th and then at Discover}' for a week or ten days. All  those desiririg dental wpi;ls would do  well'to arrange da,tes.-rr-"fv.S..Keller.  H. Thon.ia.s was. i,n t,own 'from  Pine creek this week.'" He looked  hard (very hard) at Golden ' Gate  across the lake and then west back1  to worlj:. Perhaps, be thi^k.s, of gor  ing outside thiyS fall.  A meeting of tljys c^ti^eus o�� At,lin  'will be held at the fiwj.half. atSp.ni..  this, Saturday evening, for the purpose of'ce-or,ganizhig the At'rin'Fire  Brigade,  election  of lire' chief and-  ��� assistants,, and otheF matters of importance. All business men and  property owners should, attend-.  On Thursday Wm> Sloan.. Mi. i?.,.  Dr. H. B>. CaraerQu and, Capt. Br;agg,  of the ScQ^ia.,. crossed? the lake to  Scotia bay and, spent tfoe.day fishing  ��� on the riveE nearr that' point. They  returned, in the evening, with a  qatch . of about sixty splendid fish,  which they distributed among their  ("fiends. v~   '  Go to the Discovery Cheap Cash  Store if you want to get the benefit  bf the ten to twenty per cent CUT  in Dry Goods, Clpthing, Boots, and  Shoes, Groceries and Provisions.  This applies not only to cash purchases, but also, to pcorapt paying  monthly accounts. af\e.r, i.st August.  H. W. Pleal. 84-  We are iii: receipt of av very neat  and attractive souvenir post card  which is being distributed' to its  many- patrons % the W.. 3?\ & Y.  Route. The card- contains colored  illustrations of the steel bridge- near  the summit of. White Pass, arid  which is 21,5. feet high, and also of  a steame? passing through Five  Finger Rapids.,  In the handicap, quoiting. tournament, which commenced on Wednesday, several good games' have  been played' off' and* we expect to  publish the winners of the finat in  our next issue. The handicaps, and  games so far are as follows: Ross  4 defeated, Camejon, scratch, 211-17;  Owen 5 defeated Conine 7, 21-19;  Drysdale scratch defeated Webster  6; 21-20; Wilson 5 defeated' Conley  7, 21-9; Williams 3 defeated Bourne  5j{ 2:i-i3;;Wbeeling9 defeated) (Sigot  10, 21-16. We are informed that  Mr. Wm. Sloan, M. P., is donating  a gold medal foe competition by the  club iiQxt year.  Stables & Luaasden carry a stock  ��f. good; groceries.  Read the A. T". Co.'s advertisement on page 3.    It's right.  New novels arriving; constantly  at C. R. Bourne's.  Why use inferior gasoline when  y,ou fan,get 76 and S5 per cent, at  Jj.ejjai/s,. ' Ajtliii and. Discovery.  Mining No^es^  The,  Pine Creek Po\ve-r- Co.'. Ltd.  Ipad  ^wo very successful cleau-ups.:  this \veek from two of tbeiy p^U on,  Pine.   There was all one WW cauld  carry, and he. was no. bay \i\ sisw.  The Northern Mines L\<1., Spruce  creek, now have theif u-ew skips  and double. cabJ,eway in pl^ce and  are. handling considerable more gra-  jveli Ulan, what they didi w^b, their  single cable systeis*.  Messrs. Oartui^l & Co,^ 041 Vol-  ]canic creek, are getting good prospects in their shaft and a^c leaking  steady progress with fclneis sinking  operations. They h^ve. hopes "of  reaching bedrock in the. near 'fixture.  Stick to it boys., yo�� wiilj win out  yet..  1  The McKee Consolidated Co., W..  S. Davis manager, laid off' three  men this week on account of a  shortage of'water for piping. The  work carried on so far this season-  has been of", a prospecting nature-  avid has resulted; is- encouraging.  vakiea- being recovered from a large.  quantity of the gravel moved.  Henry Irish, on Ruiby creek, has,  done, good work on his claim and is  now getting out timber, preparatory  to drifting int,o the. left bank,, where-  he expects, to, gei< good returns,, having obtained good prospects. i�� the-  onen qut. which Ifce baa d-Kiyeu into.  tihe- bank. ��� Mr. Inisl* i�� au.d has.  been working a^ne/ ajnd-' -deserves,  credit for sticking to. it- iii such an,  exemplary H^aiiner. :-:-.  Messrs. Sol* and Green;'-'q>j5- Con-,  'sola-t-ion creeks are sinking a shaft  to bedrock and have encountered  considerable sand,, necessitating the  use of whip-sawed cribbing to enable- theoi. to proceed with the work..  However, they arc. confide'tit of be-,  ing able to overcome these ; difficulties and of reaching bedrock within  .a few fee'e. They have splendid  upper works consisting, of a damx  :flume, wheel, e.tc.'.  C M. Hamsbaw, of New York,  and who. is interested i% tiW Mcl^ee  Amalgamated Hydraulic Co., arrived in camp on Tuesday and has  gone out to the cresk to inspect the  operations of tUat company.. S,. H.  Plumbe, the- company's, manager,  ���was in town t,he earjy par.t of this  iweek and stated that he was then  busy pipi��g oiEa hundred and some  odd feet ��T top djr��t preparatory to  his next dean.-rip, which he expects  to have in a week or ten days.  THE IRON STORE,  Just  mm  to  wm  Hand!  I  Onions, Oranges,  Apples,   L,errion<s<  Our Goo*>s���Always the Rest.  , Ovk, Pifci&v^���Qasli or-Credit���As l,.ow as Ibc- lowest.  It*  so  3TABLES & LUMSDEN.  northern Brewing Company, Cid.  Brewer* of Lager Peer and Porter*  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  t  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  jTHlft. 5)?N5N.G.-^Oe>M. US CONDUCTED  ON STRICTLY FIRS'I^  CLASS:  PRINCIPLES.-  Li 11 la-cong^^r?-"^^��� ��� ��� t"'���miwwtu ww^������^i���*������*������**>���**��**���^w���������i^^*  THE ROYAL HOTEL,  eK&OM *  5CHiULZ;,   Proprietors      ;:.  5w?aeif P��arl ^od Fipst Streets*. Atlin,, B.. Q^  -��*��*t-  ?l,R��T  9tA^9   RESTAURANT   IN   COWriEGTtON.  SHWGSSi WWtS. tlQtJORS AND aGARS CASE GOODS A SPLllAfcTY.  t��    ���   J.. -JJJWJK-  Heated  By    i,ts.  and   Lighted,  Pyy.n.   pi.^.n\  Fine  Sample   Rooms  for- Commercial Mt��ni  ���   ��ll<��'JI>Ul UM. Hll  WHITE PASS HOTEL  ���$*  p>. ��.  A  r  1  jt. T,. lyvOAN...  j\T3vl-N  A-KD  MSCOVK^Y.  I keep.a. full.stuck ofiSlioIS. ajici Heavy,  llui'.hv.'U'o at all times.  GASor.isi:.  M.YNA.MXTB.   "'Ill'  GE1JUN1TK.  W. MUSGRAVE, B. Sc  Assaycr and  &$. Chcipist  Gonrad  City,   Y. T.  O.K.  BARBER SBOP.  &ai}g$st a^d B?s^ Appointe<i Hotel m Ytikoa.  WB1TEH0RSE, Y. T.  Choiee    Bar   StocJ^  Rates lyiODERATE.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  m^mmVmfMWftm^  A.LASKA   RO.viXE.SA.KLISiGS.  So S* Princess   May*  August 4th,. J,&h. and 27th..  $* ��.* Princess   Beatrice*  July ^Jfstfi    August Hth and 22nd^  ^ajlbiK from Skagway Bp.m,.  Pir,e_Q.r; to Vancouver and Victoria..  'Dr.ajispoi'Uliipr Ijjt civil., 01; stvsanier to.SoiU.tJe wltlioHt oxtiin chivrce-  H. B. Dunn,  Wo civ.e auick service..   No intermediate ciUt.s.  For rates or information apply to  Agent, Skacway.  =P=��  FIRST STREET,      -       ATLIN.  F. SHIELDS, Proi?.  HOT BATPS 50' cts.  The bath rooms are equally as good as foiuid  ln.citips.   Priv^tto Kntrance for Ladies.  "���"���  .rM��mw.m  *Joe Painter^  The Reliable Shoemaker,  '-   Discover^ B.  R.tW).V. Bcw.tRaiS^e.iyaJi^.  A Large Shipment oi  J?UST  ARRIVED   AT  Ourina the Season  I Will   Have.  Fresh Fruit ajad Ve^etabJes Arrivtag  EVERY   FRIDAY


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