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A Successful Social. *  ���yy The   social /entertainment gi.veVi  yliy llie J.adies''y\:uxiiiary' oi' lli,e St.  .'���:'   A:u(ire\v-syPi'esl)ylc-i"iaiiy Cluirch on  yyTuesd ay (ere uin^AWis'Ta. success, iii  'y'-vcvoryyAvay^  yydispersccl lhpi'btit:;'lily salislicdv-u'illi  ��� ;-y the Except ioi i of. a; ,few; sin a II y boy's  ' \vlivi h:itiii'l got ";;r- tliiidy.'6r;;;Toii'rili  i ;;;:dis'b:pj' icecream; -"'The prograiniiic  yv.-pi.^parodXyould haveytakcii.-up.-too  yyiiuicii tiiny,/so*sovei'al.pr Ihe iirtisies  yycqiisc'iitcd -to have tlieir::iiauies . l:ii'cl  ,7 ���; over,; ioi-ii; '.t'lV.i iire'occasioiuyy ���'...' yyyx^  y(;vRev;::^lr;Uyn;kirigtonaelecl: chair-;  y::.;iu:in:..;.'afteiX^  y-;deiVst^  y- i he-song,y':,".'[���,ct' usXlikeXa ysblditr  y;.lalb'h,yMX A-.-X\).:XPiiylpiy;rendered'  ���y ^French-Caiindiaiirecitaiiqn,\\'!iic;h;  ::?'>\vi!sysO;;-well��� ;'ap:iu''eeiatedy-t:hatyhe  y: con Id vget;. no .ype.ace.- til La .second' vv;is:  r giveii". y;Miss K.'Asii t 5ii, i.tiXi; very  r^inelodioiis ydiceysang .yQyclry^ thpsir  yteiirs.ytputtvm  ;Xen"cb'i;ie..y:M^  Vvyery^soieiniiiaud;: priestly'-;,air,Xiiiti-;  -;.niated;tliat his l^ecitaliouywas^s^ry  "ymbnX.audyviiliyauyapblogy'td "Mr?:  : 'Tii'rliiiigVoir::gay'e;.asdiis;texiy:':'X31d.  y Mother yptiibbard,yy'etcyy;and; :Hie'  ?���'������'������' got there,;";'eVeuXlis -OidXMother:  :'Tl.. got-ytb- herycitpboard y/hardly  Xi virion ld';^  ; yiuclietice. asy\Mr.",v:Kuig!il.yclid(,Xand;  y many laughed tilltheirsiclei; ^ciiedy  "-'eyeiithe ju ages'Vand -lawyers, cbiiId  ''.', nbtdiold tiieir: habitual: fjevereXex-  .: \pression.    Air. James Stables,;sing-  yiugV'Jessie's   Drea;m,":;madeythe  blood Vibrate 'and. tlie'piilsebeat rind  ...the' picture;of those' awlu 1.--day's' at  Ihe siege of ���' Luckubu' appear real.  ;���',���'������ Leady.ille  Jim," .was   recited'-by-  ���  Mr. J.,T. Wilkinson'-.audiHvas^ap-  'preciated so much   that; he" had to  respond,   .giving.'   '.'. Finnigan   and  .  Flannigan."     Miss 'Knight;   who  possesses a well-trained   aiicl   melodious voice, sail g " Sing; smile and  /slumber.'-"j udge Henderson recited  ;: '���SiiVRiehard.Graiiviliey.'nnikingu-s  y feel pro ii dc of pur yblcl' British   se.v  warriors.    ,Miss Knight; again sang  well an old-darkey melody,"Mightyj  like a rose"     Little   Betsey Robinson, who   is   like a. sin;beam-'. and  everywhere a great favorite,, recited  .''The   day    has  .been    long    and  dreary,"  ; Mr.W. E.   Fisher sang  "Beauty's eyes," pulling his hearl  ���aud soul into it, just as if some one  in particular was in his mind'.     Mr.  Hartshorn   then    gave   a   kaleidoscopic entertainment of gre.u interest,, to, which   was   given  rapt al-  ieulion.      Tii-j ' ladies    'afterwards  brought  around, a sumptuous sup-  of tea,  sandwiches,   cake, etc.,  St. :Martin's'GlVurch Fete,  .: l,,iisl Friday evening a yiiost; sue  ce'ssfuJX gaftlcuXparty \yn's:. beldXit  .���Mrs.X.Fetbt'rstbiihaiigli'.s y grpuiXls:;  ivnder;,ihe;;Mis;pii:es 0|" (lie '{VuildXjn  counei^ljpii-V: ,;\yir:li:;'; ''SiX:''XA;!a'itTuXs  .C:l ru) cii'j.;;:\ .:;-:':r-! >.^vyv\-on l\li t*iy-:l\v.:^X'i"'K'l;lVt; iy  'wiu(iy,;:but;iuysr>itey;ofUhis,' YvetyX;  t1 nn gypa ssed qiLwi t h "���.' g tea I'Xcl at X+'y  ;y.;;DiuiierAvas';se'!weckluXi: largo;tiXit,  /R'l'yXvasygreailyXt^  da iiuw dishes qirov'ided diyUhiftlndles  .:'te]b'��-.!)W��^^  Ypienrey-XSelc;^  -..[ >iwne"-; UeJ pt'dXy'ipyXj ;ji'ssXXm ��!��y vf.l^e'  ieveuihgy-vMrsy^  a ���"-. bop l;ii';..\y:lj'e i iy t li c' pa si-,- ;ai id ': I ntuie  /were.laid;: iXuey by'."-li'v't-ai-.s XyfXj^ahiX  : i st;; \X;;::; .0 \-.e i;;y iri g b iyX u 1 p! 1 a vX: ��� Xy-as'  thevresult :fiii;iucialiyysoytheyhtdiSs;  I.f lhe;.GXii!dXuXl,XKeir;vfrieiX  ;;>v el 1 ;poYi gi'alu 1 a tevt 1: pin sel ves;pn: the  ;su;ccess;;:bf3.hey'eA^;ii!i'g;;/i!i;;;,.e^^  ;resne'e't?yx'X'y;'xyy;-xx :::X'--::.-:'[-: ���'yy..y'y.  ;;^yyPixie ^Ci^elc-PfacerjiXy.y-'  ;QVI!.'-,l-.,,i'.,'.,;Ti;i'i.Xl.'l.i.y "Atlin.'(.Jiiii'i'iV' |iy'A':V(,'nr-  ;",..���':..:--' :;/-"���;- <���';'���;��� ������-'mi'eliiiol;!, ���    ;. -V;v .','...,;.  Xr;^Bri c Ir-Mak i if gX iti;AflfnyXy;;  yV'TheAtliirbiickyardyyiiTXDiscbv-  ;ery yRoad;;;;is;.;.:ii()\y::^ busyyea'riyyiiid  Jaie.yyMr.jThpmasyKirkkuVd^  is^ayprhcticaijy^expe)"ieXc^^  'u]akei',:.:startedybiiyTti'esda^;X"wini:  ..helpito. lubuldXwhatUvill vbeyiikiin  ooiY tVi'i ii i h^^r^^oooJXb n ��i< f^X \veii ty  'tli 6 u'saii'cFo Et lie'se ,v. 11 a "y c:-: oee l i ���; .c'oii.-'  ���tra'p'tecl.:fqr^  ;&:;Lliinber -Cpyywliich jdraye ;to .be  delivered by���.���tlie.\\'first'..'(>t";:'October,  rto;be used in.^ersetting.-t-iieirpower-  ;bouse djoileryin ;the?;new.dniiidiiig  near; tlieir: saw-mill, anciyipr ' constructing   :a   fiirliace .' for -'burnilis  saw'dust.'-"X'"-- -"-'''i -"'���-..���'���' y������ ..xyy...y.-..  Sunday Entertainment.  which filled-.uuiiiy a want and  was j  greatly appreciated.  The   Ladies', Atixiliaiy :leservc,  credit   for   tlieir  I'dortand we are j  glad that- their   ele:tu-up   1ms been  satisfactory, beh.g over Sitio.oo.  By  t-vciy  l>oal   F.. L. Billmau A-.  C-.. .:���.:..! vl- the fiiivsl as ���orunent of j  l-resli I'liiil;-'. and \ ugclahlcs lo be j  obtained in Atlin. [  ���;:���': A" very interesting !and  instructive,    kaleidoscopic     entertainment  took the place of, the usual evening  service in  the Presbyleriaii Gliurch  last .vSiindayy    The   kaleidoscope;  was ki'ndly furnisbed  and   niaiiipu-;  lated by-Mr. W.-'J-. Robinson;-��� The  solo, "O where is iny boy tonigh't,'  was sung by Mr. Robinson, cluriug  which  weie  illustrated; pictures of  a man's life ���-a.baby boy, Iris mother iiiida   Christ ma's   tree; praying  at his mother's knees1;   from   hpiue  and in a saloon with drunken coiii-  punior.s, and   being' brought   back  repentant to his inother.    This was  followed by a complete set uf illin:-  tralious   from    Buuyan's   Pilgrim's  Progress,   with   explanatory   readings    by    Rev.    Mr.    Turkington.  There, (were  iiiter\'als interspersed  with sacred song ami   nnisici     Mr..  J. 1). "Lumsdeii sang au ajipropriatc  piece, entitled " Redeuiption," ami  Miss    Knight : sang   "The   H:i|y  Cily."    There was a large attendance, including almost all tlie young  folk in   town  and   the   members of  St.   Martin's   Church,--Kev.    Mr.  .���Stephenson being 'absent.' al   Boulder  Creek,   holding   his   monthly  Suiidav afternoon service'tlicie.  !J'!l.e;jnew^  'Canyon ;tp:;\Lixiey:Cieek.;;-wliich;;is  ,tp-;be'.'blockedy.itit- in 'lliecourse. 6f:;i  ������!'e'A\r:Hvee'k.s;'.;;\y'M"l;;'pp_e  :iuosTy proni isii%>yccui:try''ytb^X tlie  in'inei"''and;;prospeclbY^  ;rv A.tyajieX.i)resent;.;: liiVie'Xthcj-dilue  .Canyon istl;e;nearest;pointXit;\viiich  :|Xv^iJpfycaii;iiuiipadfS"upjuies|;:w  ,>ha\';'e;t.he'h-'to.:"be';],va"ck'eU  :li a u d;:p y^entlie'; S ri;r:uce^CHek?diV:ic!e.  ���and onXutpyhevCbunlry beyqnciXvX'-  ;- ;Tlietiniit' toxthbrdugh.'; prospect--  iiig tiytheyhiati^bf '���prdiiiariy'jiii'e'aus'  in aXlistrvpi-siich;as;bui;s:-is: :anXafc:  ;6fiii;.ci:rc1el:iv.li;o\se!;.GeiJ'tet  0 fta Xyii g o.i'i y;rbad,-. a i i'dx.wli oseyrad ids  j'sYo'iY'e.,ii'i/yVs'.:piicl.i'i:^  ^E;Xlt-ud;a;;wagoii7rcad;yiud;;you:"ex-;:  -.1 civil 1 h'eyava da ble^-itreipbpeutb;]>i:osi;  "ectriig--ysp the i;oad;.t<XlO'ix:ie"CreelX  .yvilly;opyii?y,uj.) :-;iie\\'.yilelds: 'toy ilie  jriip^U^ri'prpsiiectp'r.V  :t;^eeky-eiial)liug;-Mau!iseir;' #;M^:  p;yn.aidytb;igei;;sup;)lies;ap"'tl!eiiXpi"P^  ::jic;-i"t|yp;u:yRpse;Creejy^^  ^'o^/oyei-',. ykh&yio,\yX xli.i vide;;Xyii:ich:;  ;[onii/v ;t:he:;W;i (tryii edJbf;S.prucc1;a;!.irl-;  ;M^I-iee;;.Cr;e^  of';^nspty";an'd  whio 1 iyfl6\y. sbtilli-;easte.rVyX;'XitXwi 11  .tliei^btlowvtheHefi.bauk of. Slate  Vlrck&y to;,.iis-Junctioti:; with: Dixie  Creeky ;fi-b!u;;there; itvwilLbe after^  \vards;coiitinnedto -tlie.'works'" oi". the  different;ppcratiug'coinpanies.; y.'.; '  :^Xl'he;:;tppogranhj':ofy Dixie-; Creek  and its.;niaiu'tributaries, ;;Bu II': and"  McKinley;Creeks, is unlike;:that of  the :vWne.;;Creek" Xvatershed,-���the:  country is '-''flatter and the hills more  rouiidtd;and:;woin dbwii..; ;The.'reX  suit ;of;.operations on'-Bull-Creek,  the   inaiiV, tribuiary; of  Dixie, and  alsoanexiuuiiialioiiolVthe outcrops  of'iim rock, lead, one to believe ,,'tli at  there   l'hust. be   a   deep channel on  . Dixie-Creek/probably'alXdrXbe low  the level of the .present" creek:bed.''  /���yThe glacial aud-pre-glacial channels, have   been-   covered;Xiv.er   by  drift; ft bin tlie'erodingyof ' the ;;presX  eut mbun tain .systems,:'which., consist of slates, gr;iy\yacks;.ai.icr,quartz-  iles, crossed- by bands of liuiest'one  and Cut by occasional dyks of igneous rocks.-   The "present creek systems "have/cut into this overburden,  but not deep  enough   to  cross-cut  lhese^ancient   runs,��� this  fact  accounts for. the small. prospects that  haye..as yet been found in   tlie.gra-  vels of the present creek beds.   The  gold.in the district   would  seem to  have betfti derived from  tlie  breaking down of the quarbcose aud porr  phyiiiic rocks al the source of the  ancient runs.  I''one glances at the map, he will  observe lhat in nf-aiiyeveiyinstai.ee  the pipducliv'e area, of the several  producing cieeks has a westerly oi  southerly trend,���.this fact would  indicate that the movement which  brought the immense accumulations  of placer 'material came front'the  north and  east,���-these  same  cou-  wateished.;the.: prospects yuie most  ltie  exploitiugof; theXexlensivG.;  ilafe-ofDixie and/CVDonneiltsiv-cis/  is- va   .|n;qposilion'-:. of yccMisiderable';  inagiiitiide. aiubisticyoiid thet'each;  ;pfthe;;pidiuaryyprb'spectpr-..;  his.-alien tic liyvi I Lbe ���better;;':) ppl i i.'d Xo. llie.-  m d eye re e ks;.' flow, i i i g : f r c n X t h e; no 11 h.  'aiid".ie:i'st'XX':.;X;X:'XXX"XX;^";:'-X;yy  .������'���yOne.,;da"y'vs'pack-'rrbtii''J"h'xifc^  :V*:)JBiK'v? Xliey;pi;6spect.0iytiUc>Xi:iieX  :.Tc'HTr^Flpeiia/XP.pu/i'tr  vi"!epb"i:ts^oi.yys'ii'i'face"kpa^  seemyvyel] wprfh;;examinatibu;;;the''  !Vewi-'.r'batj'.'y;'.w"ill'''Xiiia'ie^^^  this ;p!i reel i pn.y;; Ay te^vy prbspeclprsy  ;i rer- pyev in; that :sectic:t: ;nbwX;but ':  :"l>.e;iiig-so.fri'r;;:frpiii:tli'e'i^  ;nlies itJisybiily.ippssibjeyto ; prospect;.'  tiithe-hipst ca sua 1, ilia mi er.:y;:  XXX;[:'M  ���Frbm;;Dawspn;;cbhiesywbrcl that.  tAvpnieii-shovelled; iii tor a^daytiiVd'"  ajialftahci; cleaned upyiao.ooO; on  ;.N q7;;t o.;F ��� j d oi;a d 6;": 1 a s ty \ vce IcX y Tlie-.  ;cki i ii 1; h a il ;;be e 11, avoi"k td -;s'i.i.i c,e "97"  iandfllii.s-.ele'att-.ujv-.ii.MS^Iiee^  ;li��tgVll.!.tjXi:JH.e-;io-t  X::Oblckyniiiiii[g;.ou; ^aXconsiderable;  scale;Js ytoy;-I)fe'.:;iindeftakeii -iti. tlie'-  Egyptian-Soudan. .w-Soihe; preliini--  na iwy,ex pi orati Oh sXti aye'-disclosed-;  traces pf;:aucieiit:.tyoi'kingsyap'paf-'-'.;  :ehtly;pf;.;somey:exteut:;-yy  disiHi,leyt;!ie:;clainiftp;beXtheX  ttiral- Kingdoni bft-Shebayvilh ;Ma-"  shbiialand,"aiid .Mbzainbiqiie;.  -���;.;,  i;Great Eire ;in nYicforia.-  '-', 'On the;9U1 a-.-fire started in the.  Albion Iron;"Works, Victoria, and  destroyed about forty houses,- causing a lpsspf nearly;. $200,000. Tlie  main; fire; was; con fined to-a block  of'residences bounded y by - Douglas  Street,- Queen; Avenue,. Quadra  Street and Princess ^Avenue,, a section not embracing many, buildings :  of  verv   great -value;  Tlie XI rou  Works suffered a loss:6f Suo.ooo.  A-Cci-rection^  ." - In-,a previous issue ive nientioiied"  that   Mr. 'J. yMcDoiiald,     of 'tlie  Scotia; li ltd res cu ed, M r. T.u r n bull's;  soii from, a. watery -grave   at' '-.Scotia-,  B'iiy.'X, Wc'liearVtoday that   it-was  ! Mr. Brown, tha   lirsl  officer of the  i Gleaner, who  performed the heroic  I'deed-arid is entitled lo the blessings  of the boy's parents,  and   therefore  desire to correct our   former   report  and give honor where honor is due.  ditions.govern the placer deposits  iu the creeks at the head-waters of  the O'Donnell Ri'-er. No gold of  any consideration has been found  ir. the creeks heading from the  *.u'SK.M'u watershed, while in .Ihe  creeks   (lowing   fnun    the   eastern  Raffle   for    Properly   Worth  $500.00, To-night. ,:  House and Lol Raffle will take  place Saturday .evening, August  20th al Ihe Royal Hotei, Atiiu.������  C.  B.  Coi'i'i.w  New Flies and Fishing. Tackle at  C. R. .Bourne's.  NOTICE��� For Sale. Two Hotels-  ���-The   De-land,    Ailin,     and    The  Royal,  Discovery.   - - Apply   I'..   P.  Ori-.K.w  :: y:yyyy^y^ii:  'yXyMiWM.  -X|il|ls|  rX~'?S;.t.:,"V'"~'>-'VV;is":^ilJ  X/X y.'y'>'^v-y^;��v  XXX .'.:-���*/. ^:^}j ^ Ji'^r':  iii  Bit  II  mmm  mmamm  mwM ��V ���-^^....1 ^..tn  *ll-^H4-=��JU.Ht��^  i^^i/��^^^lv����--t-t^t.ifcWrfji'iw-s3vJia3;.i,��iji-t��..i t  ��j��rf-^f''��w*'-i'.^A|4-;M;ft(.^  ^r^y^ :-���''."'% ���; - /'\o ���V\'',/'Cci"������'*>'!J  -uwHuu, ���4ft*lrbiai(b. m umk rt wutw  --u-.T    ', ;.w,-io ..T  E  I 4.MI    (Htf^.  "^AW^E**  - -���"f-*-frf~H��- V,  *��?��� "-��'/  wL*J^:-.*jr<vtTaM��it��e^*'^!jfI-^j'ii[l|'1)/' * ���'��� &'* -"V   ���  W.*C*"tt ^V  i/r-',r-1t'''.i/0-'; ���;  X-^y/y--^-^  ATLIN,    B.    C,     SATURDAY',    AUGUST    27,     1904  The Atlin Claim.  I It *" A 1 L IN   CLAIM   \y,  P'UQLISHrO   LVCRY  SATURDAY  MOiiNiNr.,     maiico   rnuc   to   any   paiit or  the  would   ron   go   ci.nts    i*e��   month ;    ts.oo   pen  VCAH.        A DVT. riTISINC   HATCS:    SI.OO  PC II INCH   EACH  inst, in iom ;  n cad inc. notices,  ?n cents a lime;  ���,1'CCIAl     lir.TC**   ON    APPLICATION.  JOB PRINTING :  r-  IIILL-HLADS, COSTCHi, VISITING    CAHUS  LL1 rCH-HC/VD*., PflOCRAMMES,        I.TC,   ETC.  OHOCI19    PHOMPTLY    EXECUTED.  pnicr.s   mootpate.  Satuuuav, Aik;.  27'rn, 1904.  It is satisfactory to note the many  iiiiproveinerts made to our city in  the last year, the many new buildings have greatly altered the appearance of the town, especially in  the lesidentia! . line. Much has  been done in the way of fixing the  streets and roads and repairingside-  w.ilks, which now have a neat and  permanent appearance. The question of a pure water supply is under  coissideiation and deserves ihe attention of our citizens. Atlin is' today acknowledged to be the uiost  healthy mining camp in British  Columbia, and 'can easily retain  that leputation if the individual  householders will attend to the  sanitary condition of their particular property and by so doing prevent the contamination of the Lake,  our water supply.  Lillooet Goes Conservative  Deputy Minister of Mines on  His Way to Atlin.  The following wire was received  by Dr. H. lv. Young on Thursday:  "Dr. H. K. Young, M. P. P.,  Atlin, B. C:���Have just returned  from Lillooet bye-election. We  won by nearly two to one. Am  sending" Tolmie, Atlin, tomoirow.  Regret very much unable to come.  Riciiakd McBkidk."  The coming of Mr. Tolinie is entirely due to the lequest made by  Dr. Young to the government, asking that the authorities investigate  aud size up ihe situation here.  The Election.  The Dominion Parliament was  prorogued last week Wednesday.  The Liberal party has been in  power since November, 1900, a  little less than four years. This  year the election is expected to  lake place iu October. Both the  Liberals and Conservatives aie confident of success.  The Alien Labor Bill was passed  by the Commons and the Anli-  Tobac-o Combine Bill passed the  Senate, among iheir last week's  business. '  nese casualties in the sea battle of  August 10th were 64 killed, 12 of  whom were officers, and 133 were  wounded.  London, Aug. 19th:���A despatch from St. Petersburg says the  Russian cruisersGromoboi and Ros-  sia, which were engaged last Sunday with the Japanese squadron,  have not reached Vladivostock and  their whereabouts are unknown.  The report lhat the cruisers Diana  aud Pallada had reached Vladivostock is without' foundation. Alex-  icfl, who is at Vladivostock, makes  no mention of these ships.  Mukden, Aug. 19th :���The Japanese have occupied Tsian Hill,  on the Russian extreme left, but  the relative positions of both armies  are unchanged.  London, Aug. 19th : ��� It is  learned that Japan has 1i1adejav.de-  inand on China, practically-in the  nature of an ultimatum, that she  immediately etilbice her neutrality  in the case of the Russian warships now " at Shanghai. Japan  says the twenty-four-hour limit expired and she is at liberty to seize  these vesseles.  St. Petersburg, Aug. 19th: ���Russia has made a call for 30,000 more  troops. Mobilization of the reserve troops in live districts of  the Province of St. Petersburg has  been completed, the the moboliza-  tion of those of the Russian capital  iiself is expected to be announced  da;ly.  Many factory and mill liancls will  respond to the call.  It is again rumored that the  Baltic fleet is about to sail for the  Far Fast, with Grand Duke Cyril,  who has returned from Coburg.  Vice-Admiral Rojestvensky will be  in command.  Later-official reports from Vladivostock show ���that every officer on  the Russian cruiseis Rossia and  Gromoboia was either killed or  wounded. Admiral Jessen narrowly escaped the fate of Admiral  Withoft. He was standing on the  bridge of the Rossia when it was  wrecked by a shell.  London, Aug. 19th :���Japan has  officially notified Great Britain that  she   would not   give   up   the Rye  shitelni.  Atlin,   Nugget' and Qrape  Rings  And All Kinds of Jevellery Manufactured on the Premises.  fpST"    Why send oik when you can get goods as cheap here?  Watches From $3 up.   Fine Lino of Souvenir Setoons.  JULES EGGERT & SON, The Swiss Watch makers.  I THE-  KOOTENAY'  HOTEL.   I  A, R. McDonald, Proprietor.  CoU.    FlK.-'T   AND   TKAINOK   STKKKTS.  Tliis 1'ii-sl (Jinks Hotel tins Iil-oii rrmoik-lcil iiml i-i-f iii-nislim! (lir<muli<>iit  rami oU'ers tlii> liukt ucuuiiiniciiiiii ion to TrmihiiMit or lVrnmiiunt  Oiidst*.���A iiicm-h-uii anil kiu-opcim plan.  Finest Wines, lirgsiofs and Cigars.  Billiards   and   Pool-  J*0*0*0*0*0#0*0*0*':>*0*0'0*0*#04Ci*0*C��#0*0*0��0��C'*0#00*'>v*  'GCXL'JD     .HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  STJ^ICTJLY   FIB ST  GLASS.  JOHN   WOLTERS,   Proprietor..  ���TAOB    Jc    l.lVEIfJC     IN     OOHNJIOTION.  H  0  0  s  0  0  0  It  I  ��  H  B  o  K  &  w  ti  R&s��e!H  otel,  DIXON  BROTHERS,  Proprietors  &'  -     Pool  Freighting and.Teaming  Free.  Billiards,  & ,      Horses and Sleighs for Hire.  J.   H.   KICHARDSON,  ATLIN   A.  DISCOVERY.  Full Line of Clothing Just From the East  THE   LATEST   STYLES.  Complete Stock of Dry Goods  THE    LATEST    IN    HATS,     BOOTS     AND     SHOES.  gtw        gold' seal gum   boots  Our Goods are the Best and Our Prices the Lowest.  The  WAR   NEWS.  A-.ri,i.\  ci,Aim .iu.ock.  1*1 lOTOCJU I ��.!���!.{-  ATLIN AND ALASKA.  l-'ilins mill   Plut.its !)in-i;lii|H'il   iin.l   l'rintnil  at TlIK ATI.IN  STIUIIO.  Hnlai-u'liitr uikI Copying also ilune.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $8,700,000.  liSSKUVU,   $3,000,000.  Branches of the Bank at Jeattie,  San Francisco,  Portland,  _  Skagway, ete.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Gold Dust Purchased���Assay Okficic in Connection.  D.  ROSS, Manager.  V.   TROTMAN,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  ��� ������ _  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST WINIS. LIQUORS AND CHJARS CASL GOODS A SPKIAI.IV.  Cabins,  or Sale  [Con tin iifil    from   Siii��|ili.'iii(Mit.J  C lie loo, Aug.' i.Sth: -The Russian ships at Port ' Arthur, made a  sortie early yesterday morning but  did not encounter any Japanese  vessels ; nevertheless,  they leturn-  'fokio,   Aug.   :yth:--Tl:e  Japa-    * "^ Llfllffl UtllCCc  Hydraulic  Apply at  ining -9"  �� Machinery.  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER    GATES,  ANGLE    STEEL    RIFFLES    '&  HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PI!'/?  Pumping  &   Hoisting   Machinery.  Estimates furnished  on application  The Vancouver Engineering Works,  Vancouver,   B. C.  ^'-��*WWB^Kip^ay^^AjW^wca^^w|WM^ntwmB||;w^  '<*r*XDV$KinSCBa8��B  'M^tiammuKiimimMmssmmmmmi^mM  'sssmmmm:.  7Z3 *>���;���.."'.*���  .   fi II  fS�� ��� ��g��jiu��wy��i  s^saittrKw&wsjyare  IP*  fa  (p  I  p.  ATLIN,  B. C, SATURDAY,  AUGUST 27,   1904  9  f ^,  are invited to call and inspect large shipments of goods just opened, consisting of\ready-to-wear Skirts, Blouses, Underskirts. Wrappers and Kimonas.  Our  last shipment   of Dry Goods  includes China'Silk, Wrapperettes, a full line of  Summer-wear Goods, and Boots and Shoes.  Of course, we carry everything required by<either Ladies or Gentlemen, in great variety.  ATLIN .TRADING' COMPANY, LTD.  Lhassa  the Mysterious.  The Hrilish expedition iut.i  Thibet readied I,h:issn on August  3rd. Almost every point of vantage on the road litis lieen marked  by lesistauci' to Colonel Youiighu.s-  baiui's advance. The Thilielians  liave displayed great courtige.  Nothing liut the absolute necessity  of maintaining British prestige  throughout Asia would have led  the authorities lo persist in the  undertaking. What the outcome  will be and our future relations  wilh this mysterious capital, are  questions of much interest.  Mi. YVolters, of (he Gold House,  Discovery, desires to inform the  public that he has engaged an extra  iirst-class chef for night work, and  that the restaurant will now be  open day and night. Vegetables,  ^rown iu the Gold House garden,  served fresh dailv.  NOTICE.  To IIkniiv McKay of  Meinielt, II. C.  OT1CIS is hereby jfiveu !<y tlie under-  MKiied, holilci-or l'\.\l.(J. No. U21tiS��.  that .vi��u have failed to koi.'p up your Free  Miner'* Oertiiieatc and faile<l to contribute  your proportion of expenditure required by  the II. C. Act fill Vie. Cap. Vlh tlm-in^r the last  four yours, mill that >f ut the expiration of  ninety Hays publication you should tailor  refuse to eouf rilintc your propoi-tiou of the  expenditure reiiuired hy section 24, together  with all costs of nilvertisiiifr und. to show-  that you are und have been a free-miner,  your interest in the " AUBTIC " mill '" C.vN-  von Ciikhk " Mineral Claims, .situate on the  Left Hand Side of bake Hennett below tho  Town of Hennett, shall become vested in the  underfilled who has 111,-ide tlio reiiuired expenditure: the whole us provided by Section*  ��1 and 2311 of said Act. '.  MlltY  HODOK.  By IIkli. A Conswm.i., Iter .Solicitors,  1st pub. Auk-. 20.] Jlawson, Y. T.  NOTICE.  Sotice is hereby j^iren that within ninety  Jins I shall apply to the Chief Commissioner  <>r Lands and Works for porniis.siou to purchase ei tfh ty. (.SO; acres more or less :  Commencing at. a post liiurkod !��. 1).  Jiorke's S- li. corner post, about 250 feet  Jiom the shore of A tlin bake, thence uortli-  eilj lorty (JO) chains, thence westerly to the  .shoie of Atlin Lake, thence southerly and  easterly, following the shore of Atliu Lake  to tliu south-west eoruer of K. L. .Mcl-eod's  lease, thence northei ly to the N. W. corner  of said lease, thence easterly alonjr tin-  northern boundary of said leave to the point  of commencement.  li. I). ItoiittK.  Dated. Atlin, K. C June 7th. I WW. '  NOTICE.  Sixty days from date I will apply to the  Chiet Commissioner of Lauds and Works for  jiei mission to purchase the lollowiuir des-  t-i ibed bunds, iu the Atliu District. Com-  ineucintr ut a i'ost marked A. 0. II., N. IV.  corner, adjoining' C. It. .Meyers'S. W. corner  post and plunte'l ill a point on the Kastern  boundary of Atliu Townsitc. thence Kasterl.V  JO chains, thence South 27 chains, to the  Northern boundary of the Auucoiidu niiu-  ��>ial claim, thence Westerly IU chains, thence  Northerly 27 eliains to point, of commencement, containing US acres, more or less.  A. C. HlIl80IlKHI.il.  Dated, Atlin. IL 0., May llltli,.1111)4.  NOTICE.  -KJOIICK is hereby uiven that Sixty days  ^ after date I intend to , apply to the  Chief Coiiiini4sibncr of Lands and Works  foi permission to purchase the following  <lo��i-i tliei! land situated iii the Atlin District,  \i/, ��� -Coiniiieneiiiif at a post marked I). II.,  >i. W. cornet-, planted about one mile North-  Lust of Atlin Townsitc. thence liastcrly Id  cliniiis-, tlience Southerly 40 chains, thence  Westerly III chains, thence Northerly 40  <:lutins to point of commencement, containing KiO acres more or less.  i). Kokh.  Dated. Ailin. 15. 0.. May Dili, H'IM.  NOTICE.  "VJ'll'l'HIl-; is bei-i-bi- much that siM.vda.>s  --'��� ' lifter date 1 iiiicnl lo ap,..ly to the  Chief CuuiiuiMsioticr of Lauds and Works  for permission to pui-rhu-,i< Ihe following  d escribed III ml si t un I ed in Ihe Atliu I list ric��:  ('oiimii.iiciu^ ut a post marked .L T. Kc^an  S. \V. corner, plnuted nboiit one mile imrth-  eiist of Atliu Townsitc. 1 hence west 20 eliains,  t he nee in will 20 chains, thence east 20 chains,  t hence so nt 11 20 cbai lis -o point of commencement, i-oiitiiiuinir ttl acres more or less.  Dated thjs.sth due of August. IIJiM.  .1 am us   I . It KUAN.  NOTICE.  * THE GRAND HOTEL #  FINEST EQUIPPED  HOTKL  IN THE NORTH.  EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED   IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNER-  Up-to-Datc   Restaurant  in   Gonnttciisfet.  David ITastik,   Pkoi-kiktok.  coknkk pik.st avjcnue and discovi'.ky stklikt, atlin.  NOTICIC is hereby -lii-cii that si.W.v days  after dale 1 inieiid. t/i iipjil.i to the Chief  Commissioner of I.njjiU.'iud Works lor permission to purchase rhe follou-in^- described  tract oiijiiid: (.'ojiujieucinji nj post marked  Ne\ilr*s initial post. uortJi-ciist cornel', on  the north shore of Atlin Luke and near tliv  Allium Kiver,'1'iiku. II. C: thence H.IKI fuet to  post No. 4 : thence Ml.ti Jeet iu jinst No-:i:  rhence 10(10 feet to post No. 2: t hence hOO feet  to post of comJiieiieeuieid : c/#ntaiuiu^: live  acres more or less.  (',. William  A. Ni-.vtLi-:.  Dated at Atlin. .1 ujy 2litii, J|l.:l. _  Notice of Forfeiture.  To H. G. Nicidl 'Ami any pci-sim or pei*s-ons  to u'hom he may hare traiisfen-ed his interests in the liii^'eue No. 1, liu^ciie No. 2.  iiutrene No. il Miueral Claims, situate about  2J.j miles north of AtJin.in the Atlin Miuiui;  Dittrict:  Von ai'e hereby reiiuired to take notice  that we hare Ioi- the last year done the  whole of I he assessment work on the above  mentioned Miiici-uJ Claims us required by  Sec. 21 of the Mineral Act ;iml have paid for  recording of two certilicates oi such work,  anil you are hereby reiinirod to contribute  your proportion oi' such work and expenditure, together with all costs of advertising  your said proportion, amounting to sixty-  six dollars and iiinty-one and tiv��-third  cents- ISlillili|!.i] exclusive ol costs.  If voti fail or refuse to contribute viral'  kaid jiro)>orti'oii und all costs of advertising,  within ninety days from the date of the iirst  publication of this notice in '���'Die Atlin  Claim," wliieli tlutr is hereunder written,  your interests iu said mineral claims will  become vested in us, your eo-purf ners,  under the provisions ot the Mineral Act  and Amending Acts.  Dated this 2Hril day of .) nly, A. D-, 1'JIM.  t O. I-'. C'nsi.llY.  li. 1). ItOHKK.  THE  Half-Way House  is ii liiivni for all  t ravnlli'i's. Tlie iiilmlIs  art* frf-��*-iijillini.7 nuii  tlio Sxriutw*. iii the  bar ati refreshing as  the ilt��\v of ffce puy\j  iiKiriiiu^-, An iilonS  ^iiimnor jiiiil wintrr  resort.  JA3VIES   CLARK,  l'KCXPK'.IKTOK.  THE WHITEPASS& YUKON ROUTE  Through   Line   from   Skaguay   to   AU5n.   White   Horse,' B.igr   SaliiiOH.  Dawson and all intermediate points.  Finely appointed trains daily, except Sunday,  bet-ween S*kag-uay, Cariboo.-  and Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express-  -ALASKA   ROUTE   SA1LJNGS-  T!ie '".���jllowintf Sailings are announced tor the month of August,  leaving Skagway at S p. in.:  '���Priiicess May1' - -Aug. 12th, 22nd.  '���Amur"���Aug. 171I1, 27th.  For further information, apply or  wriLc to        H. li. Dunn, Agent,  Skagway. Alaska.  HI'KKll S.U'ETV cnsiciiur,  Pacific Coast 5. S. Co.  I'ioiieri- Alnskii  bine.  Seattle, Puget Sound, San Francisco  and Southern Ports,  (���AHHYISr:  U.S.  MAIL.  .Sails fi-omSkaKivay  S. S. Humbolt     -        Aug. 21, 30  Direct  to Seattle  Cottage City  (������ Aug.23, Sepl-2  Victoria and Seattle direct.  City of .Seattle Aug. 26, S.g.gt^5S  Vaiicoiiver ami .Seattle direct.    ""  g]&- Above   Schedule   Subject   to   Change  Without Notice.  C. D. DUNNAN, Gen   Pass   Agt.,  JO Miirlii.'t St.. Sim l-'raucisco, Cal.  L- IV1.  WEST, Agent,  Sluitfwiiy. Alaska.  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAJWS .'  No. 1. ���North Hound. |   No. 2.���South II0.11111L  ������      3.30 a.m.-Lv.      .SKAGUAY      Ar. 4.30 juii-  a.l6j>.m. Lv.     ' CARIBOU '" ).v. 11.50.'a. 111.  4.30 p.m. Ar. WH1TK HOKSli I.v. S.JO a.<n.  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS:  Leave CAItf BOJJ i p. m. Tuesdayi.,      Arrive A11 AH 3 a. in. WedneviLttwe.  " " 5 i>. in. Kridnys, " ���"        .9 a_ jiu Sntiinlays.  Leave ATLIN 5 p. m. Mondays, Arrive CAKJROU 1 a. m. Tuesdays.  " ���'���'        5 p.m. Thursday*, ..... ^ u. in. Kridnys.  1.10 jiounda of li^ezage will be checked free with etch full frweticket and 15  poun.de  with each half fare ticket.  Passengers iiuut be at deixjts in time to have Utg-gage iuf^iecied j!.n�� ��lieof<��d.  Time Schedules are subject to change without notice.  MmW     Baggage   Bonded   Through.  Kor information   relative to  Passenger,   Freight,  Kxpress and Telefriviph Sintes,  apply to any agent of the Company or to  M..I. li.WHtTK.6. F* P. A.. J. LIPSCOMB K. U. PINNEO, Asst.G. F. a. P. i .  Vancouver, H. C. Agent, Atlin. .Skaguay, Alaska.  J. G. CottNBL.1..  nugget mtti  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  Northern Lumber Co,  Lisniteda  FiRvST-CLASS RliSTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION.  Heuiluiittrtera   for Oixon's  statre.  On and after the 231c!. of April,  1904 and until further nolioe tlie  following' will te the prices of Lumber.  Rougli, up to 8 isich-es, $40'.  <lo        do      jo      ,,  do        do      f2      ���,  Matched, $50.00  S. 1). $5.00 & D. 1). Sio. extra,  i2l/i per cent discount will i>e allowed for cash at time nf ordering.  DISCOVERY, B.  C.  NEW DINING ROOM   NOW OPEN,  Furnishing    The  BEST MEALS IN CAMP.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  lit). Sands, Proprietor.  ;r    baths.  IV.   BARBER SHOP  jC Shields & Eddy Dtjkham.  '      Now occupy tlieir n��w  quarter* nex��  to the Hank of H. N. A., l-'irst Sti-eet. .  The bath roonisare equally ��k lfOO<l ns found  in   oities.    Private  ButraJico for ktdiea.  45-  50.  GENERAL BLACKSMITH  /.Nil  MACHINE SHOP,  Metropole   Hotel  BIdg-., Discovery  Street, Atlin.  Blacksmith Work, Bolls ^t Nuts,  Pipe &. Pipe Fitting, Engine audi  Boiler Repairing, Hot Water Coils  made and fitted, Derrick Mounliug,  Wire Cable, Pulley Blocks & Tackle, Boats & Boat Fittings.  X  "If  m  f  I  |i  m  ���' t'J  w  ' m  P  '4&1  m  rill  !"P  >M\  f  sl*L  i  C- II  -'A  5.5  *.lft  t'S  ' *L  i  H (Urn  ii  m  &i  r3/-iM  -jiifl  w  m  XMl  'Hi  i t  . J  ^*  k '  t  ;h  i,i  W.' J. SMITH & CO., Proprietors.  >m  ^A  m  ��� ��&' ^i:y^y^Mf^j^:StM0!^XiW^
jiij}&ntyM\T&f&iiX2!f'iU&lj ..   ,     ,_,-,-,
niWJ>.»'if nn *.**iM*tam i
ATLIN, :'vB:;.C., ' .PATUKDiVV.y   'AlJOU^rX 2J;,c;icjo^
l-ft..?V'. '■,.
:i-£$T>'', ;X'.v;
'1W S -
'if  '";'
Chiiveli -of  Kii^laiirtV': ■ .,''".' ;■ ,-..''
.-:-■ SivMai'l:iii's Cliureli.yeiirV'I'hird.'-iiu'iLTriiiiiT;
or.-insets'. Sunday services. Miil'ii'is lit iJ u.'
in"';- l-lvei'iso'i!^; Tl'-'il p. liil...'•'.'.'elelii-iitio'ii of Holy
Co hi '1:1 un ion,. 1st .Siiiiduyin each moiitlinud
on-.si>e|Ma|. (.leeiiyioii.s:''V.^ji'iuiay.;.School. Sun-;;
. liliy.'at' :!'.' p'. in. Committee Meetings,' 1st
T!i:!r,".-'i.i>'.i'it eii'-li tiinnih.        . .c    '
■•-.....,'•■■■;•; U-X',!•'..;.i:.. ritetM^usoiii-Rector.   J eVeiiing, aiidywas 'a;:.greaI; success.
Si.:", A ml raw's '-i'roAiiyte'riiih Church.-hold'
services"! n t he'.'Chn'rcli on .Second Street.
Mr,r:ii!iir^»rvii-c.;il il .cvciiiniv s..i-vicc ",:'").
.Sunday .riehi'u'd-iii the close'of Ihe inoi-uiiijr
i»».r.vic'e;'' IJ;-v.'""C-. Til rls: ii}.-1 ■'•'ii'.' .\Ii'nist<-r; Krce
Kiiiiiliu:-" Hiiii'i'K'lii iv'nicli all."nre welcome
. "■' iIoi>un''GiiT.l!olii:.(.I"ii-e.'h .: '. Scry ii-es'w ill lie
, held sei-Oi:ii Mifucay' of' each iminr.li. .A II are
■welcome.;   '^        '"   ''       r'     '    '*    *""'
... [t, is proposed;to: hold a;gi-.i11 d Xe-
galta: on; SaLiiVday,; -27II1 A ugust.'
.Posterswiibappearlater.  .-■.-.   '' X
;: A. .social ; farewell, .dance ;." was,
given, in 1itniorofjVnssyJessieX^'!c"
■Donald By '.the people, of yVtlin, 'in
tlie yiCpoleriay:.;. HallX ;Wednesday
: I"i-,f her f'iirlieil. minister;;
"thanks for I.b,eif kindness's!ip\viV t]?i
:nte: while.kcre; arVdX'ho't.'.being Xwp'l
enough■'■[6.'re-titrn- their "rails iu I'-er-
Xsq i 'iXy.I -■; ta k c ;t! lis' '■ w ii y. .-q iX 111 a n-k n l'g
. thern.;X;'.XyX;"X.XU^-.^)A>'I":GI1>1,-yX'
■ y..'. McDona la's.^Oi'oc^r.yy /lniikcs' a
specialty 'of Ire's I i eggs atid buIter:
:'dary.:orr.VtH.X.:.To^';isile; has;;:npw
ybeen _■■ -completed y(>^
"' Taylo'X :'.' Owners of: iu-()yerl'\!yth:t:;re
... can. 'nouv. pick: their ;iots: outy :X' 'yy.'X
; :. Q tie of the niosypbpplaiy.aivdyex.-
; pert ;;vvit:e :c!ciks of «D,isi'o\'eryyis"
: :-mitkiug arnviigemeiiiS'rttvJeadyoiie
yof;tlie; fairestVfuaids of'that .place'to
the altar iu.a few.clays.. i:>y,.
■ .y\:ell'assoried;Stock of Doinestip.
Vauil Imported. Cigars at: Bourne's.  .
;XX..'A very lamentable .-accident; hapy
ypeued ; to; Mr.1.; Ki'iVi'iey .last. ,Mon-;
; day inprniiigy;   WhileygpingV'clpwh
;:theyinc:Ii.i:e ;:.!!ear:'Hh,ey;brickyaf(l,.
stand in g" pi va 11 -: e tn p t y wopt i - wrtgo 11,
'his; horses :starlledXli'eyg:ralj>!5ed;the
"brake',.',' the   lirake-rpne.;; broke,-yiie.
:o ver ba !a need :';i 11 d.: fell ' in. y'routof
oyer ;his .ankle, badly fracturtng^it.:
: ;;He:.;WasJ;ake!r,to :thehpspitalv,whei:e^
he is nrpgfessingfavorably.'  ,
..There is to. l>;ya'..S[)ecia'l sale ol
^strong /Hardwood .;Chairs;, flight
: Iinisiie'd,   at.; $ 1.50  each, .at;:J.  D.
Duric-'s for the next week. ■■'•'.;0,\ving'■
.to.increase of. business.  Mr...Durie.
■is to erect; a. eoi;sf.deral)le   addition
to his store this fall.;   .
The 6. KX Barber Shop' for Hot
, or Cold baths at all hours. 50 cents.
The; tug-boat   Blair; Athoi,;be-
Miss 'McDonald has been a resident
of this.district for (our or live .years.
She' and ;lier two   brotheis. .Saudie
ruid   John;   left; by   tlie; Sccliayon
Thiiiyriuy lor .'.yniicpuvt-.i;.'".. ;;.;...;.;
yjlfypu '-want'."the la test y\I agaxiii.es
and Papers, go to PUliuau's- yy.X
yXI.;b\vney's Cliocolates,:direct:lroiu
factory. —C;:R.'.VfipuknJC'.;XyX'- ;
; ;.A:':: large;; eonsiguinenty of .'"-I),r\-'
Goods' ; has   bee ii yieeeived 'iiy -the
'.A'-tii'n Trading Co.>,this;week-.''';'.'■•• ■■■;:■',
< rQ"C   of,-';.tiie'.".;cre.\y.-,;nf  tlie^S.; S;
Scot i .-1, ;wh t le ex a mini t;g a t'p\'ol\'er
oiV:'\\hiirsday "eveiiingv accidetiially
shotpvhfnfselfyytl 1 rough Xhe ;hand:
-H.j is tib\y in tlie:hos]ntai..;Mora'l:;;
-BoyS;-should-;imi::handle fireai-'ins.;■.■:..-,-:.
<:;F6r.' Fresli Fritit;-a;i(IA:'egetableS;
Pilliiian'syii'ealwaysiu thelead;   :; '
■"iAfchangel -Tar kitXJ--D. Dtirie's.
•D1 ir i e 'sel 1 s f u r 11 i t u re it 11 tl .1 ia rd \v a r P. ....
louigng to the Northern --Power &
',   Lumber'Co.,;!v\-as  on   Wednesday
the scene of a fire,"which .coiriplete-
_ ly b'tirhed the upper structure. No
■"■"i.iistiriti.iice..■.'■■:  .'.,;-:.,
... ...If you want a good.uieal go to the
■■: Oujck I,i.iucli Room,   Mrs .11 enyiii'g
proprietress.,  ;■-;-".,.-" ';   ...■-■-';'
V . Dan yUiliivaiV, ..'.■',T-I a pp.y.,'"..' of'..'tlie
S. S. Scotia,-'.celebrated his. birthday by giving a grand spread .to-.a
. few o! his friends at the Kooteuay
Hotel "Tliursday ey.eniii'g. . -Con-
Lirai:i!kitorv speeches were made bv
y;Lic;uorrL!cenoa:.Aoi. ^iv-.
Not ice is-hereby ^ri veil .tliat i'Kluill.aiipl.v
to the.Tlofird. of Licence Coiiiiiiissioners foi- u
transfer to I'l-itx 'Miller oi'. I lie iioto-1 ^liii.nor.
lii-eiice^now lieldbyymeliir; the■." 'jltiliiio'rii'l "
ilotei, bisiioveryili. C.  ":     iv- ; .':•'';->■
;';-.;, : ;. .;:'-.' . .-A\".;'A:   A N 111'. liSll.N.    ;
"Discovery. II..C:. Itii' Aiifr'iist,'jili'-L ''■■;
yi%^~rpTlC.'v is hei-Kby ;;iveil tiiut; '.t'itliii'i'Rtl
."*-- - -- days from date."'! intend to Vpply to
rlu> Chief .C'f/:'iii?iissioner of Lcmils uv.d Wpi-ks
described land, sit iiate inltiu" A tliu..District:
—Commeiieiiifi- "at a post nu-.i-ked '^C.M. il's ''
N. liicoriifi-, planted ahoiit one mile south of
the 111 outh -of Mcivee ; C't'eek and one-half
mile fi'iiin' l.nlve front, thence* southerly -10
clurins. Jhenca' westerly; JO ciiaiiis. thoiice
northerly Wchiiins. thence easterly -10 chains
to ijoirif.■ of ct>nime.iiceiiicut,. eotituhiuij'v 1G0
acres'more or less.,1
■•"G.'.M. I-IamshAw.'
;-Atliii-,'H.-'G.-.-.l i:ly 27t.'i.lii(M.-.■,-';■
il     El    :    H' ■*'■
3 ■■■ ,i> (
,riipi"der; to   keep; our ' Stock^cleaii'.and^lup-to-dafe; wc: will clear (he
::-/;,.-■ dijllo wing; articles) aty.greaily .reducpd prices.;r;;vy ; ;.:':-:,;;.;;:
Fancy "Gara&]crSHirtSv - w.'
Men's Hea^vy Shoec,;
''-XX Cowboy. and Feciora "Hats,
GiriSK and Boys' 'Shoes,
XVe have jusC ipcedXiii-stock a; fu
.XX'-;'.- ;:;i'i y.y.;'"-; ^ ""'''.X.v;;'Xy; oiua I.i ty;.:;.'!'rices y-ight./r.--.^-.■;..;■ ■;;.;..-,; -:-:.y;
' STABStES    *.    tUNSBCN
m.?m i$m-m-£«:
■■'.'■" .''/p'hVii'd.aflcivA'.ugu.si ist;antl fi til il;fi!i;il;ciiioi ice,"the ,161 lowing-will:
l.»0. the,rates^l'oi' lights ;;:;icc(.i 11 iiis collecti 1 >lii iiwuit 1 i     :    ,:;       :; 's; ':';,-'.;.:, " :,
XvivJvECT r[ tx xtxi en-iTxxM'T^
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yy ;All;buriied-oiU oiX;lackeiied;laiiips::will bei ex'C,h;an'ge'd''.TtM,':u'.e.\y ones.;
freeof e'harge, if brbuglit'to' I" 1'i'e:" ;Cd ni"p ji"'"i i v.'s'- 6 IVi e'e, :-b iVtv' I> fo k e i i ;"oii'^ S';::_\y i 11 y
be eharged;foi'jat:-30:cents each.- ,:;;', -X;-,.;,y..:;:.--,.;:-;.,,;.;,    -y;-.; y;,;'.: ,-;;;:',r; ;
a r'•■.;' ^2P^yWe are better^ prepared-tp .take-care ;';6f lai-ge:orders:oii :::;-■,:.,-
X: ..."than; a nX-hpuse: this; side.of Seattle;/^
rf"..JIKIilJ»Y irive uot.i»? that v,-it bin 111) days
•-*- 'from date, I intend to. nplily. to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Work's for
permission' to purchase tlie following described jrr'iuitid. sitmiie in tIie,:At lie llist rii.-t:
—Coinnieucin^-tit a post marked " S. II. I'.'s,"
X..K.,«iniur post, planted iiliout two miles,
south of the nuiitth of .McKee ('reel-: and one
half mile from Lake front, thence southerly
1-1 chains., thence v.-(>stcrly -10 ndinius, thence
noi'therly:-lfl chains, thence easterly 1') eliains
to point   ol" commencement, containing ItiO
i ac-res'tiioi-i' or less.- , -         _
. S. II. .Pl.miHE.'.'-
,\tiin. I!.C. July 27t!i7ini':|.:   .     : : :
Rose, of:-EI Ee'n s burg-'Butter','
'Chase/&.' Sanabrn 's Coffee,
Stnruir.rd Oil Co. ''.--...:
..^vcr3ii^;,:i>;y;;y';;.':■''--.-;;-; '->.;■:.;;■;;''-/x-y..yyy,y:;,,;;;
,       Pi-epsrea Stock of.. CQ'n'ri«s:l. Goods,
y;y.y;y;;- - B!u.e"R j bijers ■Tea'y'yyyyy
;;: ;:;jfc3?^ ^Satisfaction. Gifcrariteccl.. ; .y-i-y^V
,ii:.ld'ili-X-';'yl:V\l/'i^^°i:lA^J CTJL1>1 k3
:SKJiG¥im¥„; JiSL/iSBiA*.
■Wholesale    and     Retail X Butcber
-    FIRST -STREET,  ATLII^, B. C,      -
~?Vj~OTICK is hereby yiyiin tl.'.'i.t  within li"
-^-   X      days from date f intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of I,aiid.s..-ind .Works
,   . . , for   ui-i-iiiissioii   to   purchasM   tt'.»   following
Mr.   JaiiieS    ElUSCa'.nl)-   aild    Others,   described  ground, situate   in the Atlin nis-
dwelling on the good (.{indiiies ';i
the host., A very enjoyable evening was spcnLand the dinner was a
marvel of tlie cn.lir.ai v art.
tricl :--Cuiiiniei'iviii'fi.iit.a post 'milked " !•'.'!'.
Il's" N. K. corner, planted about one and
one-haU miles south of the mouth of McKee
Creek and one-bull' mile from Lake front,
thence southerly M chains. ilu.Mice westerly
I1) chains. Ilieuce northerly 111 ciinins..thence
'■ easterly ill chains to point of comiiieiiceiiieiil.
■oiitainiiiji' Hid ui-i'cs inure or le.-s.
in   advcrtisnient. in our i\'j'. Hajimia-.w
I     Atlin. I!. C, .lulyrith. IfiM.
The Moss-HigginsCo., Ska
iia.'. e   ?sO'i\
A'i'blX.   li.  C.
£sX Tin anci Gr'Hnite:Warc,
(ft'-'- JViirsers' snci.ElEeksmiths' Supplies,    ^c-crs and Vv'ir.cioyv's.
'*'   ;  .   ■ ■■■'Fsar-sSisse'S'-a^d-fiffatirsss F&stGPS'e r.r-'.-
;■"■■: ..v  yf^^ff    . yX#|^l.N:    ;       X   :      :"
fl^ftferM HfMiilifjfi W^mn^n%] xTiA'
; '•■■■,•'■ ■"■;' ;; -.'"ATij-N,; ji. c.     ;     -;  .-■; '. :: -
HcIIcdI-—Where Diet You" fief That-Suit?
Wsv 'J :■'.    r,. t
I.MK.ST .Stuicict,    Atlin.
"*'*"-'"■»"■ *»\Kt CMMVtKM^V W
i-.avc- ti,c Fir.os't   Lins  of  GENT'S   CLOTHiNG   in   Lhu  Camp.
VOl!  Ci'lt! ii«-v ;< ^•■]
G'vo lhor<-, a oai;
.I; il eir  Store   as  cheap  as  ii   Wloi-.trcal  or  Toronto, j
aat'.ialv. vooraclF. '
Fresh Bread,--Pies and Gakes.
Rooms to Rent. — .Hoard by the Week.
C.  K.  MviciiS,   Proj ric-tor. ^tvJssMi^3j^^Wf^^^  ���zsitms&atsaisri*  rarssrrrmsracttwS  Wx  B  ii..  I  lift?  I  f  "H';"i*   AUGUST. 26;:'-19,04  '.'v&sr.'.'.'. :�������:"  i��s/:'������ Wl '- ������' xj?. '���;/rx..'.% y'I���;-''- ?x.':.'f���'XeX.�����*.:  -w^k  X -London,; AuX.. 13th;:-- The-Rus-  :>sianXneetX.at dNji't^Arthuiv aeting  yiini'lcrorders fro'iiivAdiniralXSkiiyd-,  X^onVviii'adC/'ii/'iiol'd.XciasltXlpyreaVli;  ; A'ladiyostoek, Xwhcrc -; preparations,  Xjiad' b&u.XiiadeXbr: its .reeeptjpn.;  -' ,;itXis:. ;i'eportedXl'lowev.c:rX't 11 at;111 eir.  '���'���, effor: s to, esciipe; proved ,iii,e!leetual,'  ' :as''Ad'tuit'al: TbgbXiucX tlietnX'liear  .^Rouuii^slan'd'Ja'Viy  ;'XiiicVity.re;sXd  y.;waS:C()iii')elled .lp;;;!'etur-n,;WLth;;:the;  ^;:excepti('/nyol\;the;ule.S.lrpyeiy '.';.Rye-:  ��� /shite 1ui, X w'hiclr Xseapecfito;.Cheroo,;  :;yudierte,the:Ch.inese.yiduiiral pieinpt^  x lyXpfdered XherX loXjeavc >��� port <rbr.  ; disarm:::   Her/eapbiin .priuiiised  to  .-..  render   heX./eugihXsv:use!essy;:,;tt^d  " as'ked   ;l"brXii' .position; -hearo shoi;e  ���!-V.-'\y.i'ierev.:-'-sl'ie-'coiiild r.eniain;;until;;the;  xeud pf-th'e;-war.-xy:;y; yy;y .rX'yyxyx  .:X X itChelboX-��� ;keXugces" ���'���fipnyy.ppft  -   Artliui-'sayUiart^  X.:'frbin Wol'f-.'H-'i 1]Jiave^eenxlrpppiug  y^:iiito;lthe:ytowiix:roiv; ;tl,iey past: fiye,  .X'XchVys;"causing, uiuch .damage;  esj^sss^^ XX  '  "-���"���'"''";":" ������#.',.������. ',.XXXyX'X'X,rxx;  :/#%&...  ������^^^^S^S^I^SlS^^m^  a  m  OipStr^  xf/:<^;gXx��:;:y'^  �����1^  xrr:  oai  Tokio;: Augrtist - -14th :y-r--^ -Latest  -re ports Xo f X the-- 'nay al ; e 11 ga ge��� iii en t  ' whip 11. y Xya s: X re pp); ted- X yes t e r da y,;  estates; Uiat'Xhe-liiissi  ;:.attacked;;ij)Xthe''Ja;paueseXvhi  yformeryXvasyemeVgii^  XA r t h iff .:X;R ii s si a lis Xwe re ,Xl e'ca t ed  ��� andyfled; during..'the^iiight.^.The  , Battleship-jCzarevilchy.ancl; cruisec  XJvovjk- :;a^|v:;one^^tirpyefce.i:lered  ���/'KaLCl]^  to -Chefbo,; and f'-five;,: battleships,  'and several destroyers rreturued, to  Xport Arthur; No daiuageXvas suf-  ; fered-by'JapaneseXfieet.���- Germany  1 has given the X Czarevitch X and  XNoviktweuty-fbtir hours to leave  :, Kai Ciiou Bay. ;,;.',XX   X;:XX.  y :    St. Petersburg, .AugusL i'4ll;r:'-~  ' Russians went'frautic wi.th joy yesterday   when   a son   andv heir -was;  born to. the Tzar.   ���''"'���./;���'��� '.;" y;-.  X.: Chefoo,.A.ug.j^pl^^i^erqoyei;  Xofidarkness;4he;JapaneseXen.tered  ::.:.the.harboryand; boarded   the . Russian desl rover Ryeshitelli,.a i:d after.  a   hand" to   band: fight   drove   the  ������ Russians overboard and. towed; the  prize out to sea. :,,    : : :'-'.;,  Washington, August 1.5th:--The  'Xja'pnese   Legation  here-received a  ,.    cablegram,   fro in; 'Tokio   yesterday  saying' that Admiral   Kaiuiinura's  squadron    fought   thVee : vessels  of  the    Vladivostock X squadron ��� this  morning . near .Tsushima"   Island.  The   Russian   cruiser   Rurika   was  sunk, and two other -shins suffeied  lieavily an-1   lied northward. ��� Only-  slight' damage was done to the Japanese squadron. .     ���;..  Tokio, August 15l.lt'X-l'ive Russian    battleships    appear   to   have  been   badly   damaged,   in   the   engagement  oL August    :oth.    The  -'battleship      C/.areviteh     lost    2:0  'officers aud   men   killed, including  Rear-Adiuiraf   Withott,    and    60  wounded.  Berlin, August 15U1 :--The Rus-  -x:^-:ityt4kes:;a'iafcXb  :shipments'.;aiid.ywe;:are;:':^s!i  sian'cruiser ISov'ik;lett   Kiao  Clion  BayXwiihiir -tl!e,;tsveii'ty-n;nirXhour,:; :  limit .aud'isreported/to. have;escap- :'  ed.; Several  otherXRussiau vessels  areTstill - in;.Xliey:li^i'ko;uiv;.and ;\\'ill;  leave; as   soon 'as., repairs   c;in; 'be;;.;:.  uiade:    German ; naval ������������forces"  are.,:  now.assembling;; at   Kiao ' Choti to y  enlbrceC^fnuiiry'syiieulralitjyy Xy;;  Xjapati: is ;:pre'paring:-��i::.;staleiueiit.,.;::.  regarding the^seiaure^ piXthe ;Rus- ���  siair destroyefX;iU'es)iitelni,;;wbicU-;  "the'Japanese ;capUtred-;iu':Chefp��,:  hXirbor:aiui'4^  X:TokipXX-TheX:Eoi;eig.tiyOfTice^^  niesXhaLiidyances ;1iaveX->een;iiiadd;y  td;;Japanyiopkiug^;.for .-; peacejy;;It;y,  'isin ti mated- lkatX'^hipg;: but un-y  eXiiditioiial:si!ri-endei:';wiir ;l)e ;con-   .  sidered..-;-..-c.yy-;.y'y::'-yy': ���'- -���--.";;���  .:X.Chefo6;.. Augusl^Xyth;:��� :*VXtele- /  ^g'ram fromyt;. reliable: source; slates,y  tluit-',ii: -general : attack;;;: on '.-.Xpri;..:  A i'tbui diegaiiXit ''.��� ;fpui-,1:p',cloek; yesterday X1nbruing.;;V:;iti';H;;reported -  here: that;the -Russian :cruiser;Novik;  :was;sunkX ���UyXtlie^Jsipaiiesey after'.;  'ieaviiig   ::TsTiigXlTam  t we n t \-;-.lp u r Xip n tv'l i m it;;.';��� ;; :���' -y y  ;-XTpkib,;:Augus,t;X7tlX:r-T'hesni^  li'ig:ofXthe;yRtiss.iaii;;cruiser; Rurik;;  hiisXieeii omcially;cbnfii;nied;:; The,  Jii:pauese.res.cued-45p;of., her -crew.  Tlfef^RussianycruisersiXRossia; and;  "G^ronipbpicatigli X'fire;se;yerai. tiiues;;  ancL^yereXlveay^  .-������'::':. ���';���;  ,_.o-..    .-;-. > -."������;..��� ;..:.;v ..- .���-'.:':   ��� -���". ������,:','...;":..'":..-.���.���,;"���:���'���:-   '.;.:.-..���...;,....���  Fir:;Ten;^^ys",XComme!ici  K ���: -;y .'.;X :;', ;-; ������'.-wex.'willxse!l:y';X- '.'X;-;;' :x<;X.::..:,,.il;..x.;  ;S Delivered;, io ���'. any fpari "sf\: the Dsstriotj  Lake  of /"-tiles' Woo(isx; T v ;  Ogilvies,'or    y;x:;'yXx;y  ifg:^ti^^ftsi;  ^mpic x Flour,  Hotel Jersey Cream,  Sugar, :":.;xy :; .-. ...:/���:-.  Coal Oil,-     ; -y<" -:  $8.75 yper   loplbs:  .0.0  t  per. case.  Make   a  little   money by putting .in your Fall  supply of these goods noWm  Take my tip���they SyiH be higher.  eugageinent -'with.', -Admiral,. Kami-:  mura'sX fleet -, 'only: cue of the  Japanese ships;\yas';jiit.;; ;T.wp Jap^  were kined:and'seveu:U'Ounded.;y;;  X Berli 11',;;'Aug.: 171ln-'-A' despatck   ;  froin ;Tokipycbnfirui,s;The   reports ;.  that: heavy  fighting: has' occurred  at Port Arthur during the past few  days-: The Japanese captured three  ;  Russian batteries 'ai id's ecu red good   ,  positions close to thcyiuuer fprti��-   ;  .������''" ' ' .'.'���;'���(,'.-.''  cations.       ���   -;'-'������:������-   -y  ;   St. Petersburg, Aug.: 17th -���The  War Office lias' received a message'.  from General .Stoessel, Port Arthur,  saying, he  had. success iully;repuls-,  ed an assault on tlie outer position;;  during the   iiiglit following the departure of ��� the'.R.iisssian tSC[uadron.  He does not mention :'a  naval   en-..<.  o-aeenient  or   refer to, the return of,  the warships." '-.;.".   ."       ;   ;;,''���.���;'  :.; Tokio,;: 'Aug. ;' 1S th : -r-It   seems  certain   that   the   Russian   cruiser  Pallada .was   sunk during the engagement of  August   loth, as she  faiFed to'return to Port Arthur and  ,  has not been heard from-siuce.  St., Petersimrg, Aug. uStli : ���  News. o'X the defeat of the 'Vla.di-  vosUjek sqiuidrou has 'added another, crushing blow to the repulse  before Port Arthur.' No public  announcement litis yet been made  of the sinking of the cruiser Rurik.  ���London, Aug. 18t.l1 :���The Russian ambassador presented a fcrnial  protest from bis government against  the Japanese seizure of the Ryc-  shilelni. It is thought the question is not urgent and that - it will  be solved .diplomatically by. the  Mikado's government.'  [Continued   on   Scc-.iad   fiijie.]  ^-w.:,-.r.r^i-^rK^ij.-r,i-��^��,*^.i<a��>^^rKJ��^^ij.^-l1i.:.';'''..:;  .������x:'-''7/.7,---:'yv:,,-.--":;;y.-''i^"'  ���T'. r^xf'Tip}} ���-������ ���'.."���,.   -X -. .-; '���������' ������,. ���;;.������������,'.���'���, Fh-X  i&mm  m  m  ;v- "-|;  ... .-. ;-?t,u   .  ,'���,*'.'. Si.  H.-if  111  ':3m  ���..its'  ���:���!..<?  ��M  M  yl  ���I  il  xM  .16"  ��� !-.!���< 1  -y 11  m.  It  I  ���:$��  . ;*  4  .... .u \yyjy  '"��&  :*S|f:.>:;:  "*4fe:-?'--  PX":  Mm  \miyy  t&&%-.'������-���  I *&?:���;:  "S^x'  pi  IP  l��|yy  4;  "fi\.  ���SOV.-  ����-!- ���  ?-^. '������;  iir,  It;  :m$m&Mmm.  XXTlie-'King-'; of - ,ltai)y;Xis' u'.''.' motor'  y:;yyy|ie!idy;yy y.yyyy' .'XX;:yxyyyx .yyXX.  ;mXV}xuZ girLsaidedtXin' RussiaX  :.,.X: -has: been ; hanged lor ���tr?asc>i|X/"X';:-"X  ;X;tTwOauen dutve: beeiXaeeidenta 1 fv rJ  ,;;:   yelecrrpcutou. nt; df^  :���r:vr:,;.;;house: ii.i;='V'fi.i i can ve r: 'X-y-fyXX:'}.'. -Ptffi  ���y XX;XT-1>e Japanese uye-Xife'iVi^if, f>t!lVai:i;  X;,;; of smaller -calibre Xliiti ryliasiX-er 'be- X  yy'-;; ;6>.re:J>ecn-;used.iii;waV.X 'y;X:'-;:X'';X';X;  ;; X'Xf: ^ ::^a s ta -:;;y *���$:; '^ > i j��: xs ? > p ��<xx  y;XX,peo'p^  '- y;p'vef:.wlio��5e;taiyiesy^  ;;.   tars: pass yeaiJyX Xv.X XX-XX:. Xy; '^y'X  :; ;:;;-;;;��� Judge ;:i^rkeiy"Xi^se-i;elt^;: oi>rX-:  X ��� yP^eiR.IsycaH  ;;. ; ycanditfate.y Ttlsh't known wlieth'erX  : ���'   lie .favors go'ld.or isiiv'er."'"X';;'" -:XyX.X  -':y ^lie:,%ge3t,a\yyer^:fee'on;srecX::;  :tX ord���-twotnillio-n'dollars���has b;eeii'--.'X  X; cliarged by "the ' man' whcX ridjtsst'ed  ';  ythe: Panama;Ca'iiai.Xci.eai. y-.X'X ��� ;'���; -XXy  XXXXAyprojeet:is oil;fbotXto-raise the-X\  .^Pacific;   (Dcean,y and; . place 'her bit ��� .���:'-'���'  -    exhibition   iu ;' Stnnlcyy Park, yah-::  ���:  COUVer.   :. .:.;.;������:, '...;..,.,'....;:^;  .       At   Strassbtirg,   :Atsace-I;oraineX   '  :    on,the 9tli..of this   month, lire de-Xy'  "-���.'jstroyed:; an    orphan,   asylum'   a'jicl XX  'church.;   Loss   exceeds   a -million ;  and a -half. , ;'..'���'���"' ������',/'.'���'��� XXX-"..;���'-.;  xy'^ke ��� Cuu.;rd.' Steamship. 'Co'.''-;is .,..-.  Saving built two; turbine  steamers''"  which will be the ku'gestXvessels.ii] ������:  ���the   world,   and Xiref; intended" to'.  steam at 25 knots anrliour. X-.'"��� ���--..  . _XP:r32>.i50 gals, of milk inspected"  . y.'V.l^iiUle last-month,; 446   were  re-.  - Jecl5.cVH"-1 -{ii-iInI'?cl:...1-'X A?':sewers  .   Some-. Washiugtpn;   farmers,   iniist;,:  .possess cows with, iron tails.  : X One oLthe niost-disasterous rail-  yway accidents that ever occurred in'  Colorado happened L-ist week.   The  ���-.. Missouri  Pacific   "flyer", crashed;,  through a bridge;.over Dry Creek, '  ��ight   miles, from   Pueblo, and 100  out -of   125   passengers' lost   then-  lives.    Owing   to  a  cloud-burst   a- -  short   time   before,   the   otherwise  '4vy creek,was a raging torteut. .' :      -���.-  "....', ;X' ,C;iv.ii.;iiNifiNi.:ui(,. y:; ,.::/:;;'..���  X:; PRO VI NCI A L LA N D:: S.U.BV EY 0 R,', ^; ���;  (-:.'"^N"C"; 'X'XX'   XX'XlrAliHT StIIKIC'I'H.ATI^M^ '  -, '.fjnryciys lifllydriunio l.unsos iiml':"���''-' ''��� '���":--"'  '.;,:'",.,;...��� ..'������.,"., ;�� MiiHM-ni-.(jiuiins.   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'lie   British yad'miraliyyliav.e ;de-,  ��� ;;cicle(L upon    ha viiig" ii yiuotbr ��� tor-;:  ���'��� i;petlo:b(;at;buil't.:.': Haying 110smoke  .'.-aiuLno In 11 nel,;it:\vili  be:more difli-:  :-;Cu 11 of detectibiXby' ;i 11 ���euciiiy;::;:-,  yXy1'^ o^les't'liyi'ngyaiiiiiialydciiown;-:  ;yl?^nui.:i:'y;Xn exiiibition; at: ;;tlVe;;Styy  yrLouis;l/aii-y    1 Lis VpygiaiitXtq'i'l'p'i.sc:..'.'  :: xi1 a i:::u.iasx :v,.Li.i.*L,.L'i^<u x i i.e.;;is!a'iidxpf:x  Seyclielles. ftir :n]6re:thaiir30oycarsX;:  v.'XAIiss'lyiaiX^MeCanii, i-7.:iyt;:irs; of  atre.  ���'..who'"  ;savetl;   six-olives  I foin'  - drowningX.iK'tlie'.X���buniiiigXbfX;tlie^  XsfeainerSloca'iLin New'Y^  ���'"." with offers of marriage, from ��� vou'up- ������  ;���--    ..:,-.,-.:���:':-.���   :.-���.���': -.���-,.;--.���:.--:���: ...P.;.- ...  -   .....   *���>'!  ���::������ Xu<?'\��� ��' ^ :in ey 1,; bach e 1 ors;a 11 d \yi dow - ���:;,.;  ��� ;:>rs,:iu;:;diflereut-X)arts:oLthe States.--;^  '--'; yXPlie"; New :|Deii verXL^dge.; edited yy  ybythe;notori6uslj^;flowcry-eloquei!t  ';  y:\vri ^r,XMr;;yRX;;;T;-  ;ympvedyits;q-ilautXoyNeisOn.yX;iii;itsyx  ,/-:las.tvissue in-'NewyDenver it siivs:���''"  ������:-:.--.---^    ,-*'- .-':���'���������-      -.:'���'-���'.-������-���'���;'������:.������������������������.��� ���(-.":.::,        J'*  v anct;lhe A.11 i 11 ,C1 (iim.caii;vpiicli itv-XX-  XV:-.Si1.? ��^Xt'lie.11 pbl2stj,\vpr]csabf'crea-;Xy;  ^^^IV^;,1^^ .uiaj)ywho;; aiways;;p:a;ys;yy  ytlie printer.; hc'is^tVre-of aVbuiikjiix-  .:Paradise,..Witluthoi-iijess roses:for a.';X;  ; pillow' by. ;;night. and, nothing: but-:" ���  gold to'lookat by'dayyy ; 'yy ;;;���   - ,  Lion Hunter; 'Gomihsr North; ���  -Frederick Courteway Selous,"whb  .���'is-.-on "his   way   North   froinyVnii-  couver, is a.iiiahAvhose'yreputatibu  ; as a.hunter  of big- gauie is'world-X  wide.  , Thefield  of his -sport  has-  almost . exclusively, .been     South X  ,: Africa;-where he first went in 1 Syr  ; at the age of .-o and remained there,  until   1S9?,.elephant   hunting  and  ���coliectihg; specimens of -natural his- V  ' toi-y.    He' took, part .in the Afatabelf ;  ^XV^/ a"dXs tlie author of a tHimber I  ;btyvaluable works  relating to'  ad-   .-  venture and, travel ;inXtlie  land of  the.Zulu and Alaiabeli. '-''.'  -A-..; Ji;.; GrA.K.;R;RT:r.  ,"  OF TIIK   FIU.M   (IL,-  ;    I.IVrXGSTON, G.VIJKKT .& K I .NT,,  BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS  NOTARIES   PUBLIC,  V A SCO I.'VIS l'(,   II.   1:.  Atlirx Office: In "Atlin Claim" Bldg. "  ^^<>r<<��J^'���<simma^^  Vh&VL'TM&l  iMO&S^SSiS^^jrfarfBK^iiamwsm


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