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 I' -.  '   > *****/>J  VOL.   15".  ATT,IN,   B. C,    SATURDAY,     AUGUST    ifi,'   1906.  N<  37f-  TELEGRAPHIC  A MURDEROUS  CARNIVAL  Was   Enacted,   in   the Streets  <q{ Many Polish Cities.  LUMBERS OF .WOMEN WERE KILLED.  Peasant Member of Late Douma to  ���be Tried for Treason.  'Two Men Met Instantaneous Deaths  ���Bombs and Panie in Warsaw  --Government Recognition for  Life Saving���Newfoundland's  Chinese Head Tax���Victoria  Woman Suicided ��� Drowning-;  ' -Accident���A Fighting' Parson  - ���Embezzler Arrested. ���  [Sl'iSCIATj TO THK CLAIM.]  JSt. Petersburg, Aug. 1,6. ���Acting,  ���with definite plans and signals, the  ���terrorists -and revolutionists yestery  ���day inaugurated a carnival ol" lui'.r-:  tderous attacks with bombs and re-  ���volvers on -.the government buildings;  -and troops ,in various towns and  icities throughout Poland. ��� Many  police, merchants and women were  "killed.  Tlie czar "a few days ago accepted  -a new ministry composed of -October-'  dsts and democrats, and as a result  .revolutionary talk at the capital is  .thought lo be-on .the decrease.  L. Monitko, a peasant member.of  ���.the late douma, was arrested last  week charged with having aided the  ,hile mutiny at Kroustadt. Pie will  .be tried by court martial and, if con-  ���.victedof his crime, which is treason,  will'likely leceive the death penalty.  Bellingham, Wash., Aug. .16.���  'Charles Davis, aii employee of the  Guarantee' Mill company of this  .city, was instantly killed yesterday  morning by a piece of steel which,  'flying from a circular saw running  .at high speed, pierced his heart.  Vancouver, B.-C, Aug. t6.���A  laborer named Beaton fell fifty feet  ���011 to a pile of bricks at the new  Woods hotel iu this city yesterday  and was instantly killed. The unfortunate man's body was terribly  mangled.  New Mexico, Aug. 16.���-The  ���strike of the mechanics of the Mexican Central railroad has been ended  in a peaceful manner and with satisfaction to all concerned through the  friendly advice addressed by General  Diaz to the strikers.  Warsaw, Aug. 16.���Bombs were  thrown at policemen and soldiers in'  ���several different part's of this city  during yesterday afternoon and  eveningy and resujted in over one  hundred persons being seriously injured. A panic prevails here at  present.  New York, Aug. 16.���Captain  Praeger, of the steamship Maine of  this port, has this week been .presented with a handsome and  costly  silver cup by tlie government of the,  Dominion ��f Canada in recognition  of his heroic services iu saving seven  111011 from the wrecked Nova Scotia  schooner. Kipling in mid-ocean last  January.  Si. Johns..Nf!d.,   Aug.   16.'���Tlie;  head. Uix   of thi-ce hundred .dollars:  imposed by an Act of the local.legislature   on -Chinamen   entering  this''  colony came   into   force  today, and'  will hereafter-be rigidly collected.  1 Vancouver.,  -B.  C,    Aug.   16.���.  Mrs. Cooksley, a'resident of James  Road,   Victoria,   committed suicide,  last night by jumping-into   the nar-i  rows   at   the entrance   to   Burrard  inlet near.here.    Despondency from,  poor   health   is   thought to have re-'  suited in insanity and   thus   caused  her to take her own  life.     The woman   sprang   through the glass of.a-  window-in the house where she was'  stopping, and, making her   way to a  cliff   in   Stanley "park   which  overlooks the narrows, she jumped into'  the woiier.   ' -    '  ��� 1  Winnipeg, Aug. .16. ��� A gasoline,  pleasure .launch with eight young  persons aboard ran on to a sunken  pile in the Red river here-yesterday  aud upset. ' Five of those aboard-  were drowned.  Vancouver, B. C, Aug. r6.���The  attempts' which have persistently1  been made since the'day of the accident -to locate .the wrecked tug'  Chehalis have all proved futile and  all hopes of ever, recovering the,  bodies of those drowned    has   been  abandoned. ���  1  Sault Ste. Marie. Mich., Aug. 16.'  ���The Rev. Mr. Marshall, a Baptist  ���clergyman of 'this town, severely  punched one of his congregation^  during .the morning service on Sunday and then left the .church building accompanied by over a hundred  of-his followers. A slanderous .tongue is said to have been the cause  of the reverend gentleman's  wrath.  Toronto, Aug. 16.���Mr.. Clinton  Wray, an American, was arrested  in this city today on a charge of  having embezzled $125,000' from  the Union Trust Company of -Pitts-,  burg. Wray confessed his guilt to  the police and has agreed to waive  extradition proceedings and to return to the Stales and stand trial.  Grace Lougheed, Wray'sparamour,  has also been arrested and will be  charged with complicity.  Denver, Col., Aug. <6.��� The  Democratic ticket was announced  here today with Wm. J. Bryan for  president and W. A. Clark for vice-  president. .'..'..  Earthquake  and   Fire at Valparaiso.  New York,. Aug. 17.���A cablegram was received here at noon today via Lisbon, Portugal, from  Valparaiso, Chili,' stating that the  latter city was badly wrecked this  morning as the result of several  severe earthquakes which occurred  on the Chilian coast. Many fires  were started in different parts of the  city immediately after  the   shocks  ami il is lea red thai the ultimate  result will.lie a repetition of the San  l-'iaucisco disaster. Owing to the  complete shutting of) of the coast  cable to South America and continued interruptions on the Spanish  cable,' it is impossible to secure fiill  details of the calamity. As yet no  statement has been given out of the  probable number of killed and injured, but it is thought that the list  will be large. Valparaiso, which is  the capital of Chili, is a city of over  135,000 people.  GKNKRAI.   SKWS.  Gen. Parades, the military leader'  in Venezuela, is in   New   York   or  ganizing a revolution against Presi  dent   Castro,   the present controller  and practically dictator of Venezuela.  A Tokio despatch says: Government inspection of.a meat canning  plant at Hiroshima, Japan, reveals  the fact that horse meat is being  canned there for beef. The government has put a-stop to .the practice.  .George Hal!, leader of the mob  which lynched three negroes at  Charlottetown, N. C., early .this  month, .lias been sentenced to 15  years iin prison men t. This is the,  first sentence - of the kind .in that  state..  - A Vancouver despatch says .the  magistrate'there finds that the captain of .tlie Princess Victoria was  not at fault in the Chehalis collision,  but nevertheless has bound him over  until the government can fully satisfy itself in the matter.  A judgment for $1,500 has been  secured against "Swiftwater Bill"  Gates by Attorney C. H- Peterson,  of Seattle, who loaned the former  that amount in 1900. "Swiftwater"  has also lately been sued for divorce  and alimony by his third wife.  The policy holders committee, organized to protect the losers ia the  recent San Francisco fire, have attached a.$500,000 deposit in New  York by the Trans-Atlantic Fire  Insurance Company of Hamburg,'  Germany, which repudiated the San'  Francisco -lawsuits.  A Washington despatch says the  isthmian canal commission has decided to try the etiiplo3'ment of  Chinese laborers on the Panama  canal, and in line with the decision'  it has begun advertising for 2,500  Chinese coolies. It is claimed the  Jamaicans have proved a failure.  They cannot stand the climate and  are not in-all respects satisfactory as  laboring men.  A late Copenhagen despatch says:  Legalized 'slaughter of women and  children has been authorized 'in  Finland, which is still in open revolt  against theczar and his government.  The slaughter has been authorized  in an order given the troops to shoot  to kill irrespective of age or sex.  A captain of Cossacks was shot in  the breast while attempting to arrest a woman agitator.  The Washington state department  has sent  a complete detailed .state  ment of the killing of thef five Japanese poachers at St. Paul sealing'  island lo Ambassador Wright al  Tokio. The -statement . expresses  regret because oT ihe incident but nw  apology as the men were killed for  rei'using'lo-surrender when violating  the American law, which their slay-  ei's were enforcing. The Japanese  legation at Washington says the  matter'is not an international incident. A speedy trial has been ordered to be given the 12 Japanese,  poachers who were captured.  ��� A despatch of the 14th from San .  Francisco says: Four highwaymen  tare giving San Francisco a carnival  of crime. Many people have/been  held up during the last few nights.  Last night there weie several holdups and one murder as a result'ar  their depredations near and -in Golden Gate park. Fred Mullineaux,  who was -walking with a lady and  refused to surrender, when commanded to hold up his hands, was  shot and instantly killed. '  Mining Notes.  ��� A report-was circulated this week  that the work .in the lower tunnel,  on the Venus claim, Windy Ar-iu,  has resulted in locating and cross-  cutting' the ledge, which is sixteen  feet wide. .  -Mr. Tarcloe' Thomas, of Gold.  Run, has been compelled to close  down his mine 011 account of water.  He will operate same again after installing larger pumps. The cause  and responsibility for this water will  probably not be settled except by  the courts.  Mr. J. E. Moran, of the Otter  Creek Development Co., came in  this week with a partial clean-up of  the ground handled by his company  so far this season. We understand  the poke amounted to about $2,000,  and the indications are that this  sum will be greatlyiucreased by the  end of the season.  The steam shovel of the Atliu  Consolidated Mining Co. was put in  motion the early part of the week  and,is working quite satisfactorily.  The company has experienced some  difficulty with the incline section of  their electric dump car system, but  expect shortly to have every part of  their big plant operating in smooth  order.  W. Sweet was in town this week  from'.Tutshi lake, where he antl  partners are pushing development  work on some quartz claims. Mr.  Sweet says they are confident that  the work being done will prove  their ground to be valuable. Good,  assays have been obtained from  average samples of their ledge. To  facilitate the getting in of supplies,  the government lately employer!  those interested with Mr. Sweet  and a few other prospectors to  slash, clear and grub a wagon  road with fairly easy grades between  the south end of Windy Arm auEL  Tutshi lake, a distance of .three .om��,i  a half miles-'  J ','���> I    A  m ATLIN,    B. C,    SATURDAY, ' AUGUST    18,    1906  1*11 b A PLIN CLAIA1 is pudughto every Saturday  MOnNINC, MAIVED FREE TO ANY PART OF THE  WORLD FOn 00 CENTS PER MONTH I 53.00 PER  \C/��n. ADVCHTICJNC'nATCs: tt.QilltXMINCH EACH  ' '.h'dCHTlON : ntAOlNxi NOTICES. 2* CI NTS A LINE.  ��t��=OlAL   IUTCS     ON    APPLICATION.  - -*���*-  JOR IH*INTIN(i :  ItL-HCADS, POSTERS,, U1SITING   CARDS,  V.��TTen-HCADs. nuo^nAMucs,     etc., etc.  1* ORDERS    PROMPTLY    EXECUTED.  "    PRICES    MODCEIATE.  speaks his convictions, but it is possible Unit *'Smart Society" will snub  him becausoof his outspoken truth's.  The Atmk Claim PuiiiiismNa Co.��l/n>.'  W.     POIiTjAltl).      GUANT.       KiuTOK-MaN.YGUK.  THK LORD'S DAY IN CANADA  o'  Knglish   legislation   is  far  more  friendly to Sabbatarianism than that  of almost any other country. Ontario is likely to prove a worthy  sival, however. The government  has brought in the'-so-called Lord's  Day Bill, in which it is provided:  First���It is made unlawful to sell  anything on Sunday, to transact any  business or to employ any other  person to da any work, except works  s>f necessity, for money.  c. Second���Games aud, performances  -of all kinds foif which au admission  fee .is charged are made unlawlul.  Third���Excursions, of every kind  by land on watei cut which passengers, ars carried! for amusement are  prohibited.  Fourth���No. public park o? pleasure ground or amuse-i-Bent place of  any kind to. which, a,u a'clEoission fee  is charged ca,n be kept oper-.    .   .  Fifth.���No.   person   is allowed to  shoot at a target 01 any other object.  Sixth���The sale of foreign newspapers is prohibited��  The bill is t��i go. into, operation  March, 1, 190.7, although it is not  impossible- that it may be subject to  some amendments.  There is. a good doe.li to. be said in  Savor of this sort  of legislation   on  economic grounds, but it is. not Likely that it will meet with gen ��sal approval,   even,   in.   Canada,,   and .it  would, be altogether  impossible  in  the   United-.  States..     Nonetheless,  Ijhe   Sunday question   is one which  sooner or later  moist be   faced , in  America..   The rise- of anwisement  into, a genuine business-is destroying  the  opportunity for weekly rest on  the part of 'many thousands, of work-  ingmen.    J;ii- some- way the- need of  r.est   of   one  day in  seven must be  met.    The  Canadian', legislation is  an   honest   if extreme   attempt   to  meet- it.    lit  may not  be  attractive  to- those   who. would like-to, have  other, people- work, to  help   them  play, but ibis,not the outgrowth of  religious bigotry.���-The.- World. Today.. ���'..'������  Mines and millionaires have come  to be synonymous words. Rhodes,  Clark, Mack ay, Fair, Flood, Hearst,  Daly, aud the late Albert Beit all  became millionaires from mines.  They were all poor men in the beginning. Their only capital was  their ability to see the chance , for  wealth and seize it. They knew  when they had a mine and they  compelled that mine 'to'give up its  treasures. Those who.had faith in  their judgment lived to share their  wealth.  Why tiiiNij out whisk you can <;kt coons, as uiikaimikkk?  Atlin. Nugget and Grape,. Rings imd ��" hinds or Jewelry nuinii  factured on tlu; premises. ,  Pino Now St null ��f Watches, Clocks, Jewelry ami Diamonds  Watches from Sfi.OU up. Agents for Columbia (lriimuplioni's.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  JULES - EGGERT & SON, atmn and h..scovkky, ���  safety Deposit Vaults.'    Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewelrs.  They   are   Waiting   for   Youl  IN  Bgam 3  CLOTHING*   .ggtfg &***$ $**& Goods,  A letter from "A Churchman"  aud out comments on same are held  over till next issue.  Garpcts and House Furnishings.  FULL    LINK    OF    BOOTS    and    SHOliS,  also    GOLD    SKAT,    tin*    CUM  HOOTS.  H. Le Brown & Co��,  Discovery, B.  C.  O'l'ICK Is hereby given that I intend,  sixty iluys from date, to apply to tlio  Chi��f Commissioner of l.nuds and Works  for permission to purchase the following  described tract (jf laud: Commencing at a  post on western oml Tutshi Luke, thence  south SO chains, thenco west 2(1 eliains, tlience  north !SO chains to tlie shore of Tutshi Luke,  thence following the shore 20 chains to tho  point of commencement. Containing- 160  aci'M move or less ���;  Dated July Slltli, 190(1.  ol3 Wat.teh G. Swkkt.  Successors to J. H. Richardson.  3  THE    GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  C. H. NISSEN,     -     -    -   , Proprietor.  Restaurant in Connection Under  'New nnd Capable Management.  NOTICE  NOT f CIS Ts hereby given that tho owners  of the ".Mon-Unlon" lease on lloulder Creek  will not be responsible for any debts contracted by the lay men, for labor or supplies.  A ,'S. CROSS,  Atlin, July Uih, 1908.      '  Managing Owner. ���  jl-ll-U^m  NOTICE.  ' Cabin   For   Sale.  Any person desiring a neat, well appointed  aud comfortable cabin, situated on the hank  of Pine Creek, just above the "Half-Way"  ! House, may procure same and contribute to  the support of St. Andrew's. Hospital by  applying to J. A. FRASliR, Govt. Afteiit.  Certificates of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Cariboo, Omineca and Skeena River  Mining  Divisions:  Sunrise and Sunset Mineral Claims.  [Situate in the Atliu Minitig- Division, Cassiar  District.    Wheve ' Educated:���On  Indian  Creek, ucuir- Fo.urth oF July Creek.  rpAI\IS Notice that r, Udward S. Wilkinson,  as agent iuc Louise Leontiue Graham,  IiYoe   Miner's.   Certificate    No.  1)1,643, and  Alexander McDonald,  Free Miner's Certificate Nu*nG 1,009, intend, sixty days from the  date liei'eui'vto apply to. the Mining Recorder  for   Cettirieates  ot   Improvements   for the  'purpose o5 obtaining Crown Grants, of the  above claims.  And Utiithcr take notice that action,under  section 31, must be coiumenced before  the  issuance  oli  such.  Certificates, of Improve  merits..  Dated this 2Sth day of June, 1900.  E��\sabb S, WILKINSON, P.L.S.  |sS Agent.  JEtta. Extension, At Last, and White  j Baby   Mineral   Claims.   -���  Preaching recently to. a. fashionable congregation in, a, fashionable  church, Father. Bernarxl, Yaughan,  who is one of the most fearless,, outspoken and eloquent, preachers iin  tlie Roman CatholiG:Chu.r.ch in.Bng-  land, addressed these scathing words  to his hearers.: "Smar,t society today is the concentrated essence ofi  selfishness;.as-unclean and unwholesome   as   any, condemned,   carcass  Ganne.d, in  Chicago Society  is just as grossly material.today as  lit was when Dives was inthe swim."  "Uhis-revorand, ggjitlemaiii cvid.eiitl.yli  [Situate i-ii the Atliu Mining Division,Cassiar  | District.  Where located i���Oiie-(iuartey  ��� of a, mile North-West oE Atlin.  inp.YKJi Notice that, l,ff. Gass, Proo M iuers"  j" ' Cei-tijicate No.,iiG3,979,. nutl ns-ikgent for  jC. 0.13oelune,. Fi-ee .Miners''Certiilcate No.  itM,!l7S,.i!Htend,.si:sty duys froiu the date hereof, to.iyiplcv to the MLninjr Uecavder for Cer-  tilieates nfi Cni|iroMci>u>iits.for the purpose  ;of iihtiiinitiiK Ci'u.\vn Gwuits oli the ubove  claims.. ..���>.....  And Ciirtheu-ti'JieiiolLce that action, under  section :(?,. must be  commenced  before the  lissiiuiico of sucli  CertUientes. of  Iiupruve  'inentB..  i   Dated this 1st day o!'A u��iiKt,190B.  :s2!l ��� W.M. GASS.  ATLINTO LODGE  A. F. &. A. Wl.  No.-Ui. Gat.B.C.  Regular  eoimunnicu-  tions held on   the   first  Thursday of each month  iu the A. O.'tT. W. Hall,  Tliirdl Street,  Visitins brethren eordinlly invited.  HOT BATHS  Can be Had at .  Tha  )n the Waterfvont.  Mon.'s.Suits Cleaned tiuil Kemiired,  All, Work Guaranteed.  Goods Called for and Delivered.  Cnsh on Delivery.  TSTTOTICE is hereby fdveu that on and  -1- after the nvst day of June, laOli, the  following definitions of the boundaries of  the Cariboo Mining Division, tho Omineca  Mining Division and the Skeeua Kivor Miniiig  Division will be substituted for those at present iu Force :���  CA11IHOO MININCi  lHVISJIOX.  Starting  on   the eastern  boundary of the  Province nt a point where   such   boundary  cuts the southern boundary of the watershed  of    tho   Pence   River   and   its   tributaries;  thenco proceeding  westerly and   southerly  along  the   height   of   laud   separating   the  drainage  area   of   the Frascv Uiver and its  trilmtarios on the south from   the drainage  area of the Peace Hiver and its, tributaries  on the north, continuing to and crossing the  Salmon   River  nt   a point about five miles  from where the said Salmon   River - empties  into the-Fraser Hiver; thence westerly along  the height of laud separating the   drainage  area   of  the   Frasev Uiver below this point  and of the Neehaeo Hiver below the junction  of the Stuart,on thesouth, from  the drainage area of the Stuart and .Salmon Rivers on  the north, to the mouth of the Stuart River  and crossing of the Neclineo. River; thenco  southerly iind westerly along the height of  land   forming  the   boundary   between  the  watershed   of  the Nochaco River above the  Stuart on the north and the Chilako (Mud)  River and Blaokwnter on tho south and east  to a point on such height of land where it  intersects the height of land separating the  watershed   of tho Kuchiiiiko Elver, on the  north   and   the  upper   lilackwnter   on   the  south; 'thence easterly along such divide to  a crossing of the Blackwater at the junction  of the Nazco River; tlience easterly along  the height of huid between West River   and  Halter's Creek to a crossing of the Fraser at  a paint half-Way between mouths of West  and Quesncl Rivers.; thenco easterly following  hoight  of  laud dividing tho drainage  area of the Quesitel River and tributaries on  tho  south  from  the  drainage area of.the  Willow and Cottonwood Rivers on the north,  to a point where such height of laud intersects-the- height of laud dividing the drain-  ngonrcuot tho South   Fork   of  tlio   Upper  Frasor from tho drainage area of the Canoe  River; thence south-east along Midi divide  to   the- eastern   boundary of the Province;  thence northerly along such eastern  boundary to the point of commencement.  OM1MKCA  M1N-1NC!  DIVISION.  ���Commencing on  tho eastern  boundary of  the.Province at a point where such   boundary-crosses the divide separating tho drainage area��>f the Hay River on the north from  the drainage area  ot the tributaries of the  Peace River on the south: thence westerly  along height -erf land forming divide sepurt-  ing the drainage area of the Iluy River ami  tributaries   of the 1 jard River on the north  groin the drainage area of the Peace Uiver  na the WMith, to a point where such height  of land intersects the height of land separating  the-  headwaters  of  the  Skeena   River  from  the  headwaters   of the   Stikine   and  liard Rivers:'thenco south-westerly following the height of laud separating the drainage  area  of the Skeena River on the east,  fuaoi tlut dvaiuu��e area of. the   Jsuus,   Uiver ! nll-4  and tributaries on tho west to the intersection of the height, of bind forming the  north-western boundary of the watershed of  the Kitsumgalluni River; tlicucf along this  latter divide to a crossing of the Skeena  River ata point three miles below the mouth  of the Copper River: thence south-easterly  along the height of laud separating the  drainage area of (he Copper River from that  of Thorn hi 11 Creek: t hence con tin uinjr southeasterly along the height, of laud between  the Copper River and its tributaries on t.he  north-east and the Kitimat .Uiver on the  south-west to a point on the height of land  separating the drainage area of Gardner  Canal on the west from the tributaries jf  the Nochaco River on theetist: thence .southerly and easterly following the height, of  land forming the west and southern boundaries of the watershed of the Nochaco River  above the junction of the Stuart to the crossing of the Nochaco River at the mouth of the  Stuart: thence easterly along height of land  between the drainage area of the Neehaco  on the south and the Salmon Uiver on tho  north, crossing the Salmon River at a point  live miles from where the said Salmon River  empties into the Fraser River and still following the height of land to a point between  Summit Lake on the north and the Fi-nscr  River on the south; thence northerly and  easterly along the height of laud dividing  the drainage area of the Fraser and its tributaries on the south from the drainage  area of the Peace River and its tributaiics  on the north, continuing to a point where  the southern boundary of the watershed of  tho Peaee River is cut by the eastern boundary of the Province; thence north along  such eastern boundary to point of commencement.  SKEENA IHVEH MINING DIVISION.  Starting on the International boundary iu  Dixon's Kxtrance opposite Cape Muzon;  thence easterly and northerly along said In- '  tcrnational boundary to the height of land  between the Unuk River and Iskut Uiver;  thence north-easterly, following the height,  of land dividing the drainage area of the  Stikino River on the north from the drainage  area of those streams emptying into the  Pacific Ocean south of Portland Canal to a  point where such height of land intersects  the height of laud separating the watershed  of the Skeeun River on the east from the  Naas River on the west; thence following  the height of land between said rivers to a  point where such height, of land joins tho  height of land forming tho north-western  boundary of the watershed of tho Kitstim-  gallum River; thence along this latter divide  to a crossing of the Skeena River three  miles below the mouth of the Copper River;  thenco south-easterly along the height, of  land separating the drainage nren of the  Copper River from that of Thornhill Creek;  thenco continuing south-easterly along tho  height of land between the Copper Uiver  and its tributaries on the north-east and tho  Kitimat River on the south-west to a point  on the height of land dividing the drainago  area of Gardner Canal on the west and the  tributaries of the Nochaco River on tlie cast  to a point on tho height of Jand separating  the drainage area of Gardner Canal and its  tributaries on the north from that of Dean  Canal Hud its tributaries on the south:  thence south-westerly, following the. height,  of land to a point north of Salmon Hay opposite Oscar Pass; thence through Oscar  Pass and -Millbniik Sound, passing south of  Price Island ; thenco westerly, passing to ihn  south and west of Queen Charlotte Islands;  thence northerly to tlio point of commencement in Dixon's Entrance.  RICHARD  McHRIDU,  Minister of .Mines. t  0  ATIJN,   B'. C, .SATURDAY,' AUGUST   ib,    1906  OPPORTUNITY.  .Master of human destinies am I!  Fame,   love   and   fortune  at   my  footsteps wait.  Cities   and   fields 1 walk; I penetrate  Deserts  aud seas remote, aud pass-  ing by  Hovel and mail and   palace, soon  or laic,  I   knock  once unbidden at every  ,  gate!  If sleeping,   wake; if feasting, rise,  before  ��� 1   turn   away. ' It' is the hour of  fate.  And they who   follow   me   reach  0 every state  Mortals  desire,   and conquer everv  foe  Save death;  but those who doubt  or hesitate,  Condemned   to   failure,  penury and  woe  .Seek me in vain and uselessly implore;  T answer not, and I return no more!  ���John J. Ingalls.  Rich   Gold   Quartz Strike at Toochi.  Refinings of     The   Mining   World."  , .Word comes from Dog Cabin that  a rich gold quail/, strike has been  made at the head of Toochi ['Tutshi]  lake, eight miles from Dog Cabin.  The strike was made some time ago,  but ihe work of prospecting has  been kept so quid lhat word of it  has just leaked oui.  The lode has been traced over the  top of Windy mountain and is more  than eight feet wide. Many smaller  lodes and .stringers of the ore have  been found.  Fifteen claims have been located  and bonded already to a New York  syndicate for $200,000.  The assays lhat have been received aveiage $37 per ton, mostly  iu gold, but canying values in silver and copper.  A trail is now being made to the  strike from Dog Cabin.���Skagway  Alaskan.  >iicce$$!  ^W��MJ��i��MWl!M'  ithly Price List  ICE5!  The face'powder known as "pearl  powder" is a compound of bismuth.  Other metallic substitutes used as  cosmetics are lead, mercury, antimony and arsenic.  Minerals have a number ,of characters which show their form and  structure, the more important being  crystallization-, cleavage, fracture,  hardness, density, luster and  color.  One hundred and thirty-one miles  is the height of the atmosphere, determined by noting the difference  between the time of sunset and the  complete disappearance of blue from  the sky.  Water, in freeing, expands one-  twelfth-of its bulk, exerting a pressure of about 30,000 pounds per  square inch. Pipes, etc., are damaged at the moment "of freezing and  not, as is commonly stated, by a too  rapid thawing.  One of the largest saws, 8 feet 2  inches in diameter and y& inch  thick, weighing 1,100 pounds, valued at $5,000, having 210 teeth set  with diamonds costing $20 each in  the rough, has just been made by  an Indianapolis, Ind., company for  the Romono Oolitic Stone Company  of Stinesville, Ind.  An opinion of the source of the  gold nuggets is that gold, being  heavy, settles at the first opportunity at the bottom of a stream, unless  a stratum of stiff clay prevents its  reaching bedrock. Nuggets and  coarse gold are found nearest the  lode, when the topography has been  of a nature to afford gold a resting  place. Farther down stream the  lighter flakes and small grains are  deposited, as Ihe stream widens and  the force of the current abates. Fine  flake and "flour" gold is often carried many miles down stream by  the force of the water, which keeps  it turning over and over and sliding  along with the muddy matter of  , floods or freshets. Metallic gold,  wire and thick gold leaves have also  been found in chunks of lead ore;  wire in copper and leaves in iron  ore in lode mines, showing plainly  that the lead, copper or iron was deposited after the metallic gold had  formed iu the veins. These specimens are more worthy of the scientist's speculation and research than  are the few battered and partly  "rusty" gold placer nuggets found.  Gold in placers comes from lodes.  It is easy to mistake the outer restraints of society 'for the inner  righteousness of the soul.  It's hard to steer a straight course  when you keep your conscience in  your pants pocket.  Am exchange says that when  Harry Thaw killed Sanford White  in New York he sho.t the lid off a  very putrid state of affairs.  Synopsis of  Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  A NY available Dominion Lands within  -TX the ltailway Melt iu Ui-itish Columbia,  may be homesteaded by any person who is  the sole head of a family, or any male over IS  years of a^e. to the extent of one-quarter  section of 1(10 acres more or less.  Entry must be made personally at the local  laud office for 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 (or mother, if the father is  deceased) of the homesteader resides upon a  farm iu the vicinity of the land entered for,  the requirements as to residence may be  Mitisfled by such person residing with-the  father or mother.  (3; If tho settler has his permanent residence upon fnrniiupr land owned by him in  the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by  residence upon the said land.  Six months' notice in writing-should be  triven to theConnnissioucr of Dominion Lands  at. Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal hinds may be purchased at $10 per acre  for soft coal and ��2(1 for anthracite. Not more  than 820 acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty nt the rate of  ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall bo collected on tho uross output.  W. W. CORY.  Deputy of tho Minister of the Interior.  N.H.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not lis paid for. jy21-Gm   Strange We never thought of it before I  tSur  AUGUST   Price List  is  Mow  Ready!  UR Printed Price Dist 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 an order.  We have a large Stock of Goods now on the way in  and we will place them in the Store' at Lowest Possible  Prices, FOR CASH, in Case Dots.  You are always sure of the  Best   Quality of  Goods at the  A   T. COMPANY'S "STORES.  Goods delivered   promptly on the  Creeks  and  in   Town.  If   you   are- not   already   a   customer  it  will   pay you   to   give   us a trial order.  ^*      C&"1     ifi**     &H-    t^r*     &?*      t��r*  i  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY  OF ALL.  KINDS,  Dressed to Order.  C.   DOELKER    Manager.  i*A*VVAAAAAAAAAAA*Ww��i/W*W*^  DISCOVERY, B. C.  A Strictly   First-Class   Hotel.  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  The Diuing-Room, under the management of Mrs. T. Hinchcliffe,  furnishes the best meal in town.  Hampton   &   Durie, Proprietors.  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CDASS RESTAURANT  y  in  CONNECTION,  Headquarters  for Dixon's 'jtut;e. '  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 Bound. | No. 2.���South Hound.  9.30 a.m. Lv.       SKAGUAY     Ar. 4.110 p.m.  2.10 p.m. Lv.       CARIBOU      Lv. 11.50 a.m.  4.U0 p.m. Ar. WHITE HOUSE Lv. 9.80 a.m.  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS:  Leave CARIBOU 5 p.m. Mondays,      Arrive ATLIN 9 a.m. Tuesdays.  " " 5 p. m. Thursdays, " . "        9 a. in. Fridays.  Leave ATLIN 5 p.m. Tuesdays, Arrive CARlllOU" 1 a.m. Wednesdays.  " "       5 p. m. Fridays, " " 7 a. in. Saturdays.  liiO pounds of ImKsngo will he checked free with cucli full fare ticket and 75 pounds  with eaeli half fare ticket.  I'usseiifreiN must he at depots in time to have Ikxtxixutxc inspected and checked.  Time Schedules are subject to chungc without notice.  ESSf    Baggage   Bonded   Through.  For information .relative to Passenger,  Freight,  Hxprcss and  Telegraph   Kates,  apply to any UKCiit of tho Company or to  A. L. H lilt 00 K, Gen. MKi\, J.  LIPSCOMBE,       J. II. UOGliHS, Tnilllc .Miumifcr.  Vancouver, II. C, and Agent, Atlin. Vancouver, 11.C, and  SkiiHruay, Alaska. Skafjuuy, Alaska.  AA/V*/WVl'VV^A^^AA>VV^AA/W^^^  The   Canadian   Hank   of   Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID   UP   $10,000,000.   '.  Reserve, $4,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at Jeattie,  San Francisco,  Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Gold Dust Purchased���Assay'Office in Connection.  J. A. SMITH, Manager. ATLTN,    B.   CX     SATURDAY,    AUGUST    iS,    1906.  Local  ii vents.  Atlin photos and souvenir pontals  at C.  R. Bourne's.  The latest magazines and paners  arc-always on handat Pillinau's.  McDonald's Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh cogs  and   butler.  Mr. i'.. L P'ilhnan left Tuesday  on a six weeks' business trip to  Seattle and coast cities.  Tl. 13. Meidoe', I'uel'agenl of the  \V. P. & Y. Houle, was in town  ���yesterday iu 'connection with the  work of his department.  H. Gagne returned to town Tues-  'day from Carcross,   between   which  townand Conrad he has finished the  installation of a telephone system.  Jas. Cullen, commonly known as  "Cassiar," left this week on a visit  to Vancouver and other coast joints  10 look after some mining interests.  Miss Kirk," who had been on   the  staff of St. Andrew's hospital for  the past year, left for the outside  on Tuesday's boat. Mrs. YVoUcrs,  ��� lately of Spruce Creek, has taken  the  position vacated by Miss Kirk.  IT. IT. Morris, travelling inspector for the Canadian Bank of Commerce, visited town Tuesday and,  besides inspecting the Atliu branch  of that institution, enjoyed a drive  .np Pine.-with the local manager,  Mr. J. A. Smith. Mr. Morris left  lor the outside Tuesday evening.  Go to the Discovery Cheap Cash'  Store if you want to gel the benefit  of the ten to twenty per cent CUT  in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and  Shoes, Groceries and Provisions.  This applies not only to cash purchases,, but also to prompt paying  monthly accounts' after ist August.  IT. W. Heal. a 4-  The handicap quoit tournament  for the club  prizes  was  concluded  011 Monday evening, when W.Owen  defeated J. Williams for first place.  Another handicap competition is  now being played by members of  the club for prizes generously donated by Messrs. J. Williams and  F. Shields. The games are attracting considerable interest.  W. W. Williams, "Taff," said  good-by to the Atlin district on  Tuesday when he started for his  old home in the north of England.  Some months ago Mr. Williams inherited a considerable fortune by  the death of an elderly uncle, and  it is his intention to henceforth  ��� make his home in the land ,of his  birth. Taff was a pioneer of this  district, having come in with the  ���'rush," and, by his genial manner  and thorough manliness at all times,  had made a host of friends iu the  camp, all of whom wish him bon  voyage and success.  Stables & Luuisdcn carry a stock  of 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  you can get 76 and S6 per cent, at  Regan's.    Atlin and Discovery. .  New Arrivals.  H'ire Brigade  Re-organized.  E. Rosselli   Elected   Chief--Wlonday  Night's Practice.  A fairly representative turnout of  ciiize'.'.s attended at the fire hall on  Saturday evening last for the purpose of re-organizing the local fire  department. Mr. D. IT. McDonald  occupied the chair arid briefly outlined the coiulition of affairs, oftcr  which a motion that those present-  constitute themselves as the Atlin  Volunteer Fire Brigade was unanimously earned. ' Mr. F. Rosselli  was then elected chief of the new  organization and Mr. C. R. Bourne  was elected as secretary-treasurer.  Dr. IT.'lv Young, M. .P. P., and  Mr. J. Kirkland were elected to act  wilh the chief and scc.-treas. as, aiv  executive committee, which was  requested lo formulate a plan whereby to raise the necessary funds to  provide.for the running expenses of  the brigade. ���  On Monday evening the brigade  held a good practice and pumped  water through the ^thousand odd  feet of hose which,.along with the  engine, was all found to be in good  working condition.  The brigade will hold another  practice at 7 o'clock this, Saturday  evening, after which a meeting will  be held at the fire hall to discuss  tlie question of a night watchman  for the coming winter.  The Law Courts.  The following is a list of those  who recently arrived iu Atlin per  the Scotia:  Aug. ,14���-L. E. and Mrs. Fay,  Wm. Crandall, E. Handen, Angus  Mattison, I.C. Brown, W. Sweet, IT.  Molyncaux, IT. IT. Morris, E. N.  Donaldson and IT. Gagne. August  17���IT. B. Berdoe, W. Powell, H.  Nicholson,. R. McCreary, C. D  Johnson, J. S. Templin.  The action brought by the Spruce  Creek Power Co. Ltd. vs. Callag-  han, Prescott et al, which was com1  niencecl last Friday'arid was supposed to last several days, came to  a sudden wind-up during"-the afternoon of that day, when, at the close  of the plaintiff's case, His Honor  Judge Young dismissed the action  without calling on the defence. As  stated before, the validity of the  Vernon lease was' in question, but  his honor refrained from making  any order as to the same.  The case of Clay vs. Queen came  up again 011 Monday. A motion  for non-suit was made and refused.  An adjournment Xvas then applied  for by the defence to have a survey  made and to obtain witnesses from  Skagway. The adjournment was  granted till Friday to allow a survey.  As we go to press this action is still  occupying the court's attention.  W  a  J.   T.   KEGAN.  ATLIN  AND   DISCOVERY.  I keep 11 full stock of Shelf and Heavy  Hardware at all  times.  ciASor.i.si:. dysa'mitb. cki.ionitk.  W. MUSGRAVE, B. So.  Assayer and  j-j* Chemist  Gonrad   City,    Y* T.  .9  W  sssnt  Fresh Eggs,  ' Onions, Oranges,  3oIes�� . Lfemons.  >��j     -  Ovu  Goods���Always the Best.  Our PiuCKS���Cash or Credit���As  Low as ihe Lowest.  ^!��  irtwing'gftinpaiti  ATLIN,  B. C.    .  Brewers   of Lagg��r  &<��������  and _ Porter*  SMALL AND-LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.-  TE:  The K.OOTH  OPEN DAY/AND 'NIGHT.  THK  DINING-ROOM. IS CONDUCTED  ON  STRICTLY FIRST-  - 'X    ���       -' :   CLASS   PRINCIPLES':   .  DIXON   &.   SCHULZ,    Proprietors.  Corner Pearl' and First Streets, Atlin, b;..C  FIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT    IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST WINES. LIQUORS AND CIliAKS CASE GOODS A SPLCIAIW.  Heated   and    Lighted  By    its     Own     Plant  Fine   Sample    Rooms  For Com.mercial   Mere  P.   D.   McMILLAN,    Manager.  Largest and Best Appointed Hotel in Yukon.  Choice     Bar   Stock  Rates.. MO DERATE.  BARBER SHOP.  o    Ji-ja-o    " -�����>'������' ��  FIRST STRKIiT,      -       ATLIN.  F. SHIELDS, Prop.  g0~      HOT  BATHS 50 cts.  Tho Imth rooms aro equally as pood as found  in cities.   Private Entraueo for Ladies.  The Reliable Shoemaker,  -   -   -  'Discovery, B. C.  -0-  Rubtaer Boots a. Specialty..  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  tt'T""-,"*J-"^"  ���ttdna^-BCwa (?=n��a h��.i3y  ALASKA    ROUTE   SAILINGS.  August 4th, 16th and 27th.  Sm ' S�� Princess   Beatrice,  July 31st. X August nth and-22nd.      ,  SailinK rroin Skagway 8p.m.  Direct  to Vancouver  and Victoria,  Transporting by rail or trtonnior to Soattle without oxla-a ohar��tt.  Wo (five quiclc Rorvico.     No inti.'1'JiiodHilo calls. f-X     p.      7^(11111  Fov rates or information apply to      A-X.    XJ.    JL_/ULiii.t,  A��oni, Slcnptwtiy.  A Large Shipment of  JUST   ARRIVED  AT  During   the   Season   I   Will   Havo  Fresh Fruit and Vegetables Arriving   EVERY    FRIDAY

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