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The Atlin Claim Aug 27, 1904

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 7V^*^lp^4t^^^^^^^^^^^i  ;::vO'  iir'T !���'������' H"; id'dT*  -������iP'.fi"  t::'-"-"-���'-  Ti:fl  iVOE.-r'i^;  ATL.I-N,;:/B.';C:,TiSATURDAYviv,, AUGUS.'JVT^i'^r 904.;  :^G,:267  liS q:  ii  g:';-,  If''  I  I.  is.  1$  lis  ri  ^iiiif ���  ��� JfK'OJI-  THE PRESIDENTI0F-  tiIl^iiii^:M^liiIIsli  .��.'.'  T;.i Ti : 'TiiuTATiyiNiTTud^ vc-ry suocessAil  T'y.J,)iisij'ie'ss.'--y  '. .:.v.lh'eir.,ih teres tytind  :dyca.r'''toT:.giv'^ never, Til lelbre  ; ^'pos^ildedf iLhe'd  :������'.���';''. groceries, and \ dry' goods d second, "T'i'li e:.: -v e ry.\ TI yes i-T"'y'c"Jll ?i'l.i.t:3:- iSvl1.' 9?) .T;Vl..s.e;'  markets'olyt he .East 'could pfiiniisli.d aiid -:it liii rdp<,pi. ices- whicldwerei  ���d'oiyly/iibsidl^^^  ��� rate, ���ancbdiscounUngTour bills IbrTcash; iisslead of ..ii a\ ir.g  high ���bank  d interest;;^  '.TTand.-whiclrjli'e^  T ievenibetleritilings.';.d  ��� '..;, withy ���"'prominent.-'Kasteru^  ii;special agents;in tliis'territory.for."the.s'sfJe';'i:ifptilie;ir 'g'op.cis;;��� it 1 iViiii'v;cu;t-iiiio:;s  d.outth^  TTespeciahydue; in'clothing^ w^  .dbr'iless'j.tlla^  y ii dArmb'uri^^  ii:itiein,,;jrave:sefe<:ted;iisias tlveiiyiexclusive.;dislril5uiii;g,:y'agehisipin:iliisi  ���'���''���ie'rri.ibr}^^  dyvillr .relaticsiiytoipthe; ehaiig-iug^cnniatic:: coiiditiousii-itivitln^Tcouniiry."  -: TMiese--au<ly;nun5eroiis ;othcryEcoiiiiecticins.^  T .customers'will.'have:these special advantage.sir.qiialily aiid .price.:  T'T-  ���.���_���': d:In brder.to..tak��;adyan-ta^  tioii,;itis necessary to payycash.: 'This we aredoihg,' aiklin <loiiig:; so;  ���':[we/Have :"dBasd3d:-��a 'se/f p'sftrcetffy'��� f��t��^  .customers "the benefit of these,arrangements..'-.'      ^'^'.-f'l'/^f^'/f.'f'^Z  ��� ���.'- ' Therefore; beginning .Sept. ist, 1904, The Atlin, Trtxiiiigdb. will  rriake a general sweeping reduction in .eye'ry department, of their  business on goods sold, and feel assured that  their' present, customers  y . .������' y i   '.,���:'.,������..��� r: ���.        '��� y ������..'-'���' .'-���'-'.'.'   -        -     '".:':'  .-.and" others  will   heartily 'appreciate   the  effort ;they: are making to  "reduce the cost;of living in the camp, where IheynecessariesorTlife have..  ��� always 'been,.;.so ..'high; due to the ' high freight rales 'and the long  credit's which up lill now have seemed so iiecess.ary.   ���"���;'  ..ii' ...   Assuring you of our appreciation,of.the pal ran age which weThave  -..'������receiyed,:'.:-'..- -..���..--::.. .:���::. .:.-f.^.,.-.:...:..]������ -.,:..: ::;':r/.:.:.:s..r.........;...;��� ;:iw.:,.'.i;-,yipT.     ....-_.  T  We are, most sincerely,, pi p.. yd.  A: S. CROSS. President.  pi;: i:.i'BbuIder''';MouiitaiinV'^V::';;  :i;;A-' schenie: it<): aiii.alga;niale'i;tiie.  ^pLake. View 'T-.aiid "; WhilpSiaf'.'  niiiiiud properties" aiid- .cer.laih.'pad-'  jbiningyjnuieraldlaiius,Tsiiiiate; oir  nieietistefnyslopeiofjJauUleidiquii-  ;tuiijy:.is under.TcpnsiderliLioii.,-'- .d/V  '.���A:--iiiiiiiiirg;:.s'yiKlit\'ileT\yoiiidvfollo\v'  ,tp:deyelb]ptlie,pr^]>ertiediiicliidiiig:  a. yseries bJ������-, auriferousplodes,, from '  siiiall leadsiloTdeposits of greatisizei:  which. h;i\-e::*bpen!ye'x:pbiseifil.)y;fuii-:  "ci*0*'shafts, treiicliesbrstripplngsTi  TI rese-and"si liii.Ltr Tiwbfki ligiihay'ibeT  see ii "e xi e li'd.i ii g: fibin : t h e y i c i 11 i ty.i- 0 f'  'Birch' Creek to the k.ead:bf:TJ3dhlder  Creek::,; A ss^  varying::fromi traces of gdkli'iio $300  per ton of dre.idiilling'tesis;wouici  ���bepieeessa iw.ito obtiaiidiiiiaccunite  value of thedepositsi ..Irdii T])y rites,  galena aiid:qther'sulpliidcis are::us;u-i  aliypissqciatcdiivyilh the;qiiarLzy:and:  ;free.,-i"isil)le;gJDlcl;isT.occasioually in  sig1it.'! ;."-T:p injure iiecbnbmieai'-iind,  profitable -mining it;is evidently desirable pto.; develop/these pra^  pnd-..large scale:;;; :St;ifici.ent. wbrk-i  iiug::^apual:is::;qnJy"req.uiredi:fp:.de-;  IciTmnie.the iyaltiesTaudi productive-;  liessyof; the /deposits ������. in T deplli,';and;  ;it-fs;believed that'ah ;ihuue'nse'siip-  .ply of payaliie quarts: would ibe ex-  .posed ,;tb, view;; which ,.could J; be  mined at a' low.'cost aiid iTlXahdsbime  'profit.-'"' ~T:.-,.:.p..y,.:: :.'-        S;:;-}"~i';���'���' i:"'"  '' Not;AlPThat "Corned Frora  :pi.;i; the;ynake'.Are:.FisE,'': '��� ;���. ii  A Little Fun Now and; Then  Is Relished.  ���At the Atlin Club'.011 -Thursdiiy  evening gathered most of the  "shining lights " of our community, and notwithstanding,.the  absence of ladies a very appreciable  entertainment was enjoyed. Mr.  W. J. Robinson could be likened  into a solar plexus "around wlioni  satellites spun, in the successful effort to keep things moving. Mr.  A. f). Taylor and J ltd go Henderson, reciting, in their usual .brilliant style, held.the' floor for a considerable time'.' Mr. AV. J. Robinson rendered a lively darkey melody  and the selections by the Atlin Club  will'go. a long way, towards making  the names of Messrs. Robinson,.  Kappellc,    kipscomb   and    Garrett  memorial.i p A friendly bi.xing  match between Messrs. Spiers and  Eisher was one of the chief features  of the evening and .'was watched  with keen enjoyment. Mr. H.  Maluin and Ctiptain .Damon' gave  an exhibition of fencing- in which  .Mr. Maluin showed himself to be  a master of the art. T A bout with  singlesticks between Messrs. Eisher  and Maluin was well contested, the  this   fall   and   ready, for   operation  next spring. i,    '  Just above the dredge, Mr. .E.  .Rosselliis operating with six men  and is taking out good   money.    ���  Our Editor seemed some interesting views all along the route,  taking in the hydraulic and individual operations.  result  being:   Maluin,  Fisher.  14. The 'billiard tournament of 500  up, between R. li. Jainieson. Discovery, and A. , C. Mirschl'eld,  Atlin, resulted in a win for Disco vers-'s 'champion by So points.  Perhaps the most laughable event  was a singlestick mux-tip between  Messrs. E. M. K. Woods and'V.  Trotmau ; tlie latter, vchen .seen  Eriday morning, was sorely in need  of crutches.  fiV^^^iTie'New':JPredgie.''T..'  pOur Editor, oceompanied.byiMr.  Ii. Maluin, paid*a visit to the new  camp on Upper Spruce this' week.  The driveiitself:is certainly one of  the prettiest in illei:country and is"  full of interest from start to finish.  A r'r i y i ng a t th e cam p, so iii e. 16 m ii es  from Atlin., a scene of great activity  presented itself. Already the frame  of the gi'aiit scow"is completed .and  ai ispacious'i bunk-house,, T- kitchen.,,  and dining-room has been built.  Mr. iD." iP.TCameron,: whoTis'i,iii  charge of the  construction work  ;T;Ou.,1\iestlay;Tnioniin;g,.T|i)et!iti��.eiii';:  '7pi'l.|id;i;-i8.p6'clpcJ<;,.'-''.iuany  A11 iuT'T'avjlbp were :'.yet;'i 11 r  peacefiit'',  shiiiiber.;.Twei^c.p"awak'ei'ie'd.,':''b"y.''"iiie'i  strangest aiRlniost agonising:crWsyi  sucli asniucyTiin^litTsniagine coiiiiSj'  :bevUttereddjy-;aiiost'.sojal.;;iTi:On'iot>k-:.  ing, oiitTon: the; stfeetsppeopie AvereT  bbserved-;p hurryiiigdioXvjiMs i:;lhe:!  La k e,;: ��� a 11 cl;;, th e re,;;:' a bout T: ii^o -'T feejtii  frptiLshorepoir: its'cold: tiemblit;^ "  ���bosoni1;:;<::6iiid/';'':;bey '''s^ei'r-':*fcj'tiriTi iii'eu '  i%.1!!;ica|id;iStniggiing'V around'iaTi  cal^sized Ticain'beT yfj[ uVrKiiy ^i( ifi^TTi  bLeiagerTTlile-siryers'j'pu-ti pflT Irom.,  sbofe;: headed dy Cnptai'if liJanion', ��� i  ifpndwed,i;by;;\Ieysi^.^iiiv;DuVi^  .ttartshorii;anci; several oilier'crafty  andcrewsiT./'Mr! Eislier.i'who'boldly ;  s t r tic k o u tTswri in ni i 1 i g Jo r is h ore, w a si  .lirst>:;:rescued;;',;TAlr.il-Iarve\', a'dew;'  feet be hind, also striving liisutinbsl;  to;bnce:more;ireacliia:n;tiural:inic!er::;:  staiichiig, ;w-as;:secqndylo;behelped';;",';  Mr.T. Stepheusdu: iwas Tquietly- .aiiid  paticlith- dbiiig .hisUljestlb hOldubu.  ajxl sletul^'nlieTcaiibeiwiieniresbued;;  and .wit,hTtheisiiyiug;bf M'r.'iGj'iiiies,.:i  whoiwasgrasjungtlie stern; havingi  losL.cbtm'olpf hisTperpindieulanand"  was;; Tmu'clii /exhausted; T-theTnoisei  ceasedy ^GeilniliTw'Tslv^  draugiits-'ofi'lhe unfortunates'were ���  partly replaced by Gbpious.i-doses'O.f  sli'mulaufsivvhichi'sobn revived tlieLri  shiveriiijj ;.bodies.      iWiiat    inigh.t  baye beeirai fatal .accident  is   now;!  looked .upon a-s a source ,oi" merri-  meiit.    These four geiiileiiien liad  Ijeeu out practising  lor Saturday's  regatta whentheyupseL  "It Is Not Good for Man to  .Live Alone."  The marriage of .Ik. Robt. ]..  Jphuston, chef, at .the Gs-aud Hotel,,:  aiid. Miss Mabel Williams, was celebrated a,t ithe Grand i Hotel, Atlin,,:  on Monday,ev-eniiig., August 221 id."  The cereaioii}-, was si private afTaii;ri  pnly.a. few- friends or the  contract-  says that'lhedredsre wili.be finislfed: 'luS  parties'  being   present.    Rev.  Spruce Creek Water Question  Miners' and merchants' meeting  to be held at Discovery to-night  (Saturday) to discuss the water  qucstion on Spruce Creek.  Mr. and Mrs. C. B, Coffin and  iaby left for tlie coast en route to  New York, Monday. Mr. Coffin  will return next -year to look after  lis quartz mines which are showing  up well.  Mr. Turkjngtou lied tb�� nuptial  knot. Miss Ethel Pilkmni acted as  bridesmaid and Mr. Wm. E. Had-  ���dou supported the .-���' bridegroom.  The lioneymoon .was spent at Discovery and Surprise La-ke. Miss  Williams, the bride, arrived in  Alliu on Saturday from Seattle.  British   coal   is   now  shipped ta  Jerusalem.  The gold production of Cariboo  is expecled   to show a' considerable,  increase this year.  By every boat E. L. PilLmau &  Co. receive the finest assortment of  Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 10 be  '!���:  : ��:.;  M  m  : st?. h  f  ������: m  :B  :m  m  y&y \    "'-'"������ -"������"���>-' r.,.,,,^;,..,::_r.^.., ,. . ^^^^^*+W*^**^^^.^-,, ...^  . II  ������        ������! I ������������ "���^"l^iM"II"i~���-a'-�����^^  ���-"^'-''^^'S^  J/t!'JJ-*r'*;^^^*^wi^^ '/'���' .'''-',;''J/''  :.'A'TLJ N .'���'''. iB.dC.,:     S A '1' U RDAy'^'-'/AUGUST^^^r'' . 1904  '���:$���'���  'pp;.  ;-,vJ:  iiVSji'  TSPi:  ilitlli  /TfteT  M:  ;::j-.'.A  'r.H: ATI.INCLA 1A1'm ruiiMSHED evchy/'saturday  MOHNJNG.       MAILED     FHr.��    TO    ANY     HAI1T   OFTHC  .     AVOnLD.ron    DO     CHNTii      PKH.   MONTH  ;    ,S��G.OO     PEH  . .    YL'Afti       AU.VEHliSING   MATHS I   ll.OO PEniMCH: EACH  .(Wit MTtorJ ;    HEADING   NOTICrS.    2 3   C C NTS   A   LIN E I  KI'L-.CIAL    HATLT.   ON    APPLICATION.'  ;. .lOil PKlNT'.Nti : .;'.'  MILL-llLAnr..- -     PasTlTPtH.'    .-     ".VISITING    CAHDS  LLTTCM-HItADS, ' I'ROG It A M M ITS ,        ETC.,   ETC.  .      ', OIlDEnS    PROMPTLY     EXECUTED.  r: , PIHC.r.U    MOOERATE.   : .      .  T SA'ruKi)AV- Auo.T 27x11,; T904: i  if/: A feat lire'that deserves Thientioh  is, the fact that.'' at' bioT time /during  the.'.'.present-"."summer   has TfYeigln  'been' dekiyed -between. Ca ri.fo.6ii-. a nil  A.tliiiiiiiiicl great credit is, due to the  captains. 'and   crews   of   both   tlie  '.-Gleaner.and Scotia, ������not. forgetting  tlie Takti RailwHv dafIT     liidbrmcr  ���years',i t;; was;' a : fa re', occu rrence  lo:  iget "',-nlkitheTTreigiitT iierei/.on^llie:  day of Llie;afrivalT of  the Gleaner,i  : but/.with.; itheT.preseiiti.'syslem ....of  scows and iheigei-ieralsiiipof iCapt;  Eragg,. 'the "whole cargo./: is delivered ion i the T wharf /at. .Atlin the  day .it;arrives atTTaku.' Tilt- is also  -'plea's;:ig; to   note -tlje .connections,.  .i\vhicHiare.iiu\'ariablyimade.bn timeTi  The iser vice ' is'T a 11 .and " more' than  could, be.expected;��� but: there is still  one drawback, which,; we trust .will,  be.yrtmedied: before:, long, that;., is,  .the old' kick,.;���;,!-'higlv freight rates;.','  DISCOVERERS OF ATLIN  Eng-ag-e/in  Hotel  Business at Dis-r  T eovery City, d : iTd'"-  . The,Balmoral Hotel lias changed  hands and under .its -new . management; bids fair.to rival the; best of  them./ "Messrs. Miller & McLaren,  .'who have the.proud distinction of  being fheicaiisr. of our being" here,  intend to give to all a licuity vvel-  'com.e, t'ne best; of ''everything.'and'  the,;'' tip V'-. .if.-'ap.n'ew''.discovery,'.is  -made". .��� Mr.''..Miller says that be/is  hereto staymiiclTeveii/.iifTthei hotel;  doc3.inot-piur4oii^.ric'li1..he..lins,a..|)ay-'.  '.streak:iu-: Discovery whicb.wiU keep  someiof/theibpys lor; siohiei/timci to  come. We wish. 011 rpioneer discoverers every success in thcirnew  venture. <"���'        -':���'���  ;irE^si^r:^'v^s;  p;.;;.Wheat barvestingrsTnow .iii   f"1 ill  T  swing in Manitoba. ���:'::.:, ip''TT:p''y'  .p:-;^/Ivevoluti 011.ims.brokeui. on t=: once:  ./.more in the, Argentine, i  -.'"���Lord-Curzonwill   serve   another  . tteriuTas Viceroy of; I nil ia. .":::':  A fire does���$35,000''damage at the  '," Electric R./R. car shops, -New  "''Westniinste'r:-.���'���������"'���  Canadian trade with Cape Colony  shows a large  increase  during the  ' -past'three-years.'.  vSolpman is said to have married.'  r.i. thousand ..women ; but Rev. J. A.'  B. Wijson, vSan Francisco, has mar-  rieda thousand men and women.  The capital of Australia has been  chosen, being the site -where'the  little town of Dalgety now stands,  300 niile's southofSydnevv, N. S. W.:  ,Sii' .Win, Harmsworth aiid other  l  -:  London newspaper proprietors have  acquired. 1,500 sq. miles of timber  areas in Newfoundland, 011 w'-bich  they will erect the largest pulp mill  in t'ne world.  An Italian has started the culture  o! silkworms on a slope of the Lau-  rentide Mountains, Quebec. His  experiment has been a success. He  has, it is stated, planted over a  million mulberry trees.  'The (.hand Trunk Pacific organization is now- complete, but no  construction wiil take place this  year. The: directors are now on  the Pacific coast to settle on a terminus for the new line.  The-steamcr Penduiu has been  wrecked and 25 persons, drowned.  She was chartered io search for  " Kruger's millions," alleged to  have been sunk with the steamer  Zululand ofl'the coast of Natal three  years ago.  :T<���'.":/Ti.:- New Arrivals, i'TT  On" Sa turd ad���-AT Iv. Brow nice,  J: Harwpod,.ill.;McKay, L. Gray,  :\V. HalclipiLLTSmilhv" l;i:'lvlioinasj  Aj. McLaugh 1 i ii,i J; Hai;ve)p;' H. A\.  La inbre,yA:i,l>.''Mead,T:J.; Rcid,-D;  Knight,.: iRT;Knight, A::i McLaw-  man, ,C. liefha.rd, L\i,W^lker, ;C.  Shepardp J'.���"��� ���McLaughli 11V!"- A;T;M.c-  Keiizier: A. iMcKayV A.TNeu-eir,i A.  Brobner, D.TMoGillverv,D.: Gamp-  bell; R. Beard,TW.iCox' MissiMable  Williams, .Wi.dL;Malkin;Tj. Allan.  / TOn Wednesday ":-���-] ^'iA.. Alider-'  son;: JTiReid.:;.M.'G.Sansberg,: Win.  Hanke."/:".":i..'::':;-.:i;i::i::v"     i .:'';'-.���:"-  ;;.': '\Mtlsai���:fflBi&0<s��:'&ml '������Qtrapey-Ripss^;. fff:  And AH: Kinds; of ^e^llery "Mknufactured on;the Premises;  ���p ��� 0$��~:- .���.SVliy seiid ouL'wheniyou'can g;et gObclsias cheapihere.?: ;: . T;  t��ES:'��$ERT/^^  'i":    A,"R.'McDonalci', Proprietor.  COK.   ,lMK.VT   AXU   'J'UAINuk   S'l'lMCICTS.  This I'ii-at Oliiss-llntol lui's Ijimi'i 'i:piiu)i]i.'luil iiii.il-.ri.riiriiis-ln.nl t li I'liiitrli:  'hull '(ill'ijrs'tlii! Iic.'st:!icriilii liioilal.ioii Io '1'nuisiiMil. (iivl'i'i'iiiiuii.'iit.:.;..  ./,... Ciiu?sls.:.-,AnJ*,r.ioHii:iiii(J/l^iiropi/HiLphin.    . / : / '   :  ii Fsnaci Wei'sos,' 'ierjitors-'assii tfigsic's.,;'  ::   ';:/        Bi I li:ar d s V';a"h'd'��� Pob.lv: /-."       ^.d'i  0  ��.:  "%���  :|i  C\<>Q<>OfyO<'Q*ti$OQO-$0&0<fOfrO<V  ):;:f:y:B0^  "���;; iTT:.: DISCOV��'RY,i:;S.yiC.;TT':T:'' p;ddd;  .'///';   JO H.N--'-' WGLTERS,: Propria tor.   ; T  STAOlC-.t VLlTIllUT      IN     CON N ISC'J'ION .  y ���  0  ���w  -o:  V-  .0/  &���.  ���'!���  ���H  'h ���  '; O-  .; k-  ���I.  ��� -There is a smallpox -".epidemic.-' in  Zion City. The:neighbpi'ing t/owiis  are getting anxious, as the. Dowie-  itesdiave.nb doctors iui: their coiu-  111 uiiity,^ belie vingi 11prayer alone:  -'MidVVolters.of-the-G okf. House,"  Discovery, desires .to inform: the  public that he has engaged an extra  first-class clief foi night work, .aiid  that, the: restaurant will now. be  open day and night."'.Vegetable's,  grown in.the'.'Geld .''House garden,  served "fresh "dailv'.-���''"'.".'"      ;    :;  BS  W��  ti  iSl  DIKCW ..'CROTHE.RS.-T.'iFlroprietprsL  :.^;;-^:dr;:d  Freighting arid Tcamingy^^v    i^  ^  Jl%  ���^ATLIN-i'-'^-f DISCOVERY.  :.. , ��� .- . ",'   ������":''������'"��<>�� .������������'.:-������'���'��� ��������������� '������.''"  as!'?  ���J&. .E,;GrAREETT  OJf THE  FIH.M   OF .  '-'  ���'������'" I.rVINGSTON, GAKRETA KING,  BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS,  NOTARIES   PUBLIC,  ' VANOOUVKli, II.  C.  Atlin Office: In "Atlin Claim" Bldg  E.:t3?." GOLLE��,  "���",���������.-���������   , Civir/Kngineeh,  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR;  COHKEII  PlSAlll, AND   I.'IUST S'rliHUTrf,  Axi.IN.  '.Stirvnj'S oT Hyilruiiliu Lousi.-s iiinl      .    .Mineral (jluiins.  .   ;GIotMogd^0st--���;;Fr01115 -tlie  '[/r:/. :���;   Z::l fBiEii L^TESX" STYLES^" ������. d,,     f.:,: . _';  T Gomplete Stock of Dry Goods -:'d'"d  T THE .. IA7EST : W f:IHAT3f fBQOTS. JAND_,     'S��iGES.f:?;:  i ;it@d GOLDT SEAL    GUM:i BOOTS i    T  Our Goods are the Best and Our Prices the Lowest.  ::;   The Ganadiaii' Bankv of  T 'CAPITAL/1'AID.piUPy $8,700,600.    '   .i       .���-���''...-  :   K^skkvu,0 $3,000,000. ;i ���    / ���'}'-  Branches of the Bank at���Jeattna'," ��� ��� T  i;   San Francisco,.". ';;'/....'.':''  ���-.,/,/'.'   .Portland,.         ���'������.'������:,_..��� Skagway, etc,  '<-���'.,, '  fxc&aregpe stsld on all Points*T/d ;'d"'".T-"'   E, m; N. WOODS,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW.  Has taken an OllifO nt Room I, Gold  iluiiri?, nUuiiver.v. 0tlii>e llniir* ���  'rucsda^'K,'rhursiia.vy anil Salurdiiys,  from 6 Ti) 8 p. in.  NOTICE.  To Hhnuv McKa V lit' 'lluiiiioit, II. G.  Gold Dust -PukciiASHn-  -ASSAV   Ol'-KlCIC   IN:G()N.\'l{C'riOiN. i  y '".;"'.. :''���-' I). liOSS, .Manager/  !~$  II ti  $  "TyTO'l'ICiv is liiM'cliy ��iv.rn li.v the  -*->     sijjiiu.l. IkiIiIim' <il',!���'. .M. C. No.  iniilcr-  Kiiml, ii(iiiii:r ol ,}'. M. U. .No. illMii!)!!,  tliut. you have I'nili.'il to l(i!i.'p up .vuiir Knto  Miner's Oirli liisiitn anil tailed to run t rilnite  your proportion of expeinlil uro reipiired li.v  the II. G. Act CO Vie. Cup. I2.'i iluriny tlie last  lour > ear.,-, iind that if nt Ihe expiration of  ninety days piililiviitiuu' you should fail or  refuse to eoni riluile your pi-oporl ion of I lie  iixpuiuliture reiiuired liyseetion -I, toyel her  with all dusts of advert isinjf iindlo show  l.lilit you are and have ln��en u rree-niimu-,  your interest in t he " Aiictk;" and '"(Jan-  yon Ci: is it i> " .Miuei'iii Cliiims, siiuute on the  Left Hand Side of l.alu; lleiuintt lieloM- the  Town ol lleiiuetl, shall l-iueoiiie vested in the  under.,i^-ned who has niiiile the re<|uiri'd expend it lire: tin-whole us pro vid i"d li.v .Seel ions  ftiiml MUiifaiiiil Act.  .SIaiiv Hoikik.  I'.y Hum, A Ccusv.'HI.I., Ik-i- Solieitors  1st puli. Aiifr. -UK) Duw.soii. Y.'l'.  V.  TROTMAN,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin,-B.C.   . -<!^*- ' ;iL  FIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  ClIOKTST WWr.S, HOOOHS AND UUAHS -CAJil. GOODS A SI'f.CIAUY.  SiydrauSiC: -MinSn;  is*  ��&>  saensnerv.  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATKR    (JATKS, ���  ANGLIi    tSTJvLL    Rll'i'IJ/.S    ���&  HVnRAULIC    RH'IiTKD  Ptl'K  Estimates ftirnislieci on appilicatiou  The Vancouver Engineering Works,  Vancouver,   li. C.  raBHr��JK��^cara5!55gniTO  S^^^gS|Fl^pgs��W8gwy/aaa  ���������'fit ml  Iltfi��A^.^i>,-,^^;^>J^i^'jft^^:^  1  :W^R;:NiEWS.  '. *?(�����    ;  'I-  ���$-'���'  ��� 'fVf   '  '.^���"  s  - ;!.'���.  T#:T  \'Iri'-T  :.l T  l^'ll'.  |i  s.y-  it* "���'  .:���!���:.  ���������'���.$'���  :���' .*'  it  Pfi/TT  W:ff:  :��??  d  ;fii  Nd  pi  ���'I--  p  ���,;-. ���,. Gheloq,   Aiigiist;;26tli:���Avileak.  ii in the wireless,telegraph wilhTiPoit  : Art luirdiscloses the faci i thai ,half  ..".' the,garrison'iir'euleiicl- andwotnided..  o.Tlie coiiliniiosTattacId by; lliejapa-.  /. f-'ne'ss are rtipidh';' : reducing-: tlie forti-  -.'; iicatitohsTiaiiclvtlie/remaincleri/aie, in  y desperate, si raits., TAii military lips-:  '.piUiliuThe.middle' ol' the dty was  /destroyed   .byiithree   shells   which  . . ���striiclyiit in rapid' succession.   .One,  '-'���'��� thousand  '/persons /.'; were    killed.:  i'Tliiee,gunboats inyllie liaibor.liaye;  ���    been destroyed ibyi japaiicse shells:'  ::.The'ships iii the/harbor- keep,/ coii-  : .purtiitly- shiltiiig ..their   positions   to  .avoid bellig ihuiT ���'���;������'��� :-s :���.���]-:::':���':  '���:   L;istiTuiglit   the- Russian';,forces'  concentrated Tio, repel.;-iin  assault .on'  ..Ttlie/iceiiier... T'lMie./guiis/ of till, ihei  :/ foris u'ei'e moused oil the ;advaue-  "���' JiigyTc..)luih1is'/ auddverei/: liidwiug.  d liheiniiduwii.:.'���-.. ���������:.'.:':::.:. . ':::.  ���d? Tlie Japanese; 'assatiItpiipOKipthe  rV' l-'-ceii't'erT.'Teii tr'e'iiclJiiieii.Ls - and   I'othai  /pitortT/prbgres'sedT fiercely.la 11./cliiyi  i/yyestertlayv- T'f lieijans \vere repulsedi  idseverdiiaiiiies, buL/u!ways.Tretiirned  T agamy   .  ���''���.'������'���.������ -,".���'.��� '..ii  '������':���' Ti .Russian officers iuyChejop" claim,  ido bdiu.Twirtdesd  Tu'/besieged.; /"/'-:'-/: "iii ���/':: "v i'ip'/ /  T/Clielbo,   August ' 241b : ���Latest  TiT:adyices'il'roni^-i'prl. Arthur . byi.Chi--  p nese fefugeesi statei that;: the japai  y Theseare hotly- press!ng^ the iRusriiah���  :T;Tceiiterp:aiong f; the; railway: aiid/ihei  r/i'-Kiiiisiaii .'right ihear'���, Golden -HilL  'T';A refugee/from ;Tai Faiiglxe; one  :.: inile'/i-roini;Poit -/AHhur,: says/the  /iii j apaiicSei i pecu pied tliat place on  ������.'.  rVugust��������������� 2iistv-..   yiiifprriuuipu/yre-i  */ dived,; a nil; accepted p as con firma-.  ii:: !ion of previous repprtspstates;that'  i,TiKussianS:/have.::Tl3eeii/ driven /lroni'  .::'Itzsiian:andi;lhat Japanese, are Close  ��� , .'��� Resident   Japanese', iiii'   Mukden  'are   subscribing-' ���;'iii'oney,''.'a'ii.'dp-'prer  ./Tparing /to; celebrate/the fall of Tort  ��� 'iArthiir, which iis expected .���daily.'.' ..;  ' v St, Petersburg,  August -24th :-^-  :'[.'." Despite   tlie '."'popular "feeling  .that  '���'''��� l-'ort'Arthur is dobihed, the success  -.- of General Stoessel,. iii   beating  off  iitlie eiiemy's assaults and the heavy  "..' losses   suffered "by   tlie   besiegers,  offers considerable -.encouragement1  tolhewar. office.  '  Tokio, August 22nd :���Japanese  i- troops occupied Aushanshanoti the  toth, ; the   Russians -'retreating . t'c-  ivards, Mukden.  TT���London, August ,22nd .:���-A de-  '���"���'���. spatch.froni St. Petersburg.says the  hussiiig Russian cruiser Novik had  arrived ai Korsakovsk, Island of  Saklialien, and the .cruiser: Diana  had been seen offpHqiig-Koug.y   -  Chefoo, August 23rd:��� The"first  news of the general, assault on  Port Arthur indicates thai a tremendous condict is raging and that  '���-/;��� victory.is'hanging in tlie balance.  After'forty-eight hours' bombardment, the Japanese drove the Russians from .Pigeon I5ay and captured the northern-most fort ol the  western line of inner defences.  Mukden. August 20II1 :--A big  battle is imminent. The Japanese  on 111: Russian cast front are only  20 miles from Liao Yang. The  advance piosts are not more than  four miles apart and-small skirmishes occur daily.  Tokio. August" 20U1 :���A Russian gunboat' of tlie Otvajni type  struck a mine and sank off Loati  Promontory.  l,i;.o Vang, August colli : ���  Ifcavy deluges, caused by rains Tor  the past week, have washed roads  tiwav in inauy nlaces. Tlie Japanese army is not unking a move,  so far as is known from here.  T-he'.T Russia'n'';..'.pre.ss:''"/say's :i /''iHad.  Russia "take 11,, ad 'van tagei/ of..; Great  Brit'aiii'.s pre-occtipat'ion, ������ <inrijig  the; South::"African :.war.TTtodross  Persia, it he Laltic fleet might now  liave;-a l.nrse ,;oii;' the Persia 11'" G'uilI"  from whichito operate.''Ti/ . ..;. d  'T .'Si'.-. "Petersburg :;---:'iTie war depart men I, has announced Uiaf.pPq.rt'  A r'tliurmay. nil ITiu'i'd other reverses  oh hind -and; sea i:niayi; follow/ l"o'r  Russian ariiis,: imt/that TRnssiti. will  eveniiiiillv win.   i ,;: i,   '  ;NOT'lc:E.'  S-7S^T?< )'i:i vJIft i"lie re li.v ni von. tliat sixty (lays.  . ;-d>' ���' .al'.'er. diite I int'e'iil io ap.-ly I'o I he  Chief'/Co'iiiiiiissioner. (if. I .a ads iiii'il,:'\Voi'lcs:  for perniissioli I o piirehuxe Ihe/: fiillotvin^/  desrrilieil hind sil uiiliid in I he A I lia lli^t rjei :  ('!oiiinieneiii|v al 11";i'iosi".'milrlied: .i. T. Keifiiii.  S. \V. eoriierv planted nlioiit :<iii'c"iiiilu'-iiorlli-_  east id' Atliii.'l'o\\-usil(V, llleneii west/iill e ha ins,  I hence norl h 211 cliaiiis, I hiumo east, ^llehniiis,  I lieiii'i' si >'ii III 20 eiiains to point ofefiaiiiienecy  nient, Vi ml iii iii lijf III a eresniorii tW: less....-.,': ���;-.  i ilal,alithisSth.day'oV Au^iislTllllH.';/:;'/ i  -.X... ���.'...'//:/' -';:'    TT ��� :''ii   i'.l aJI US Jl .''liKiiAN./ ;.'  NGTIGEr  .! "NtrriOK 'is liereliy.; jriven.thiil sixty days  ai'ier' diite/ l/iuteini'. tA apply to!he (Jliief  Gohiiiiissiouerof l.iiiiils and \V<>rlts for peril! issioii lo'purrhnsa I he ffillon'.ins descrilied1  I rae.t. of liiud: CiViiin'iuueiutr at piist, iniirUe'd  S'wrile's. iuit ial post, norih-unff- (..oriier, oil.  the north sluire of Al iin .Iwikp'-anil. near t he  ���"'A'tUiiVo Kiver,;rakii,. II. C: ilionee K:(ia feet U'i  Viost ���N'(i." "J":'. theiieettUii: feet.; vt>: post /N <>..:!:;  theueelttpo fiiet.tij.idi N(/. 2:/thenueWitl leet;  to post/ of eoiiiiiioiieiimeat-: eontaininy: live  ne res more or less: ':;' '���'���'���/ .i/' /',:"-./:';  :/:////':-> Ci/AVn.LIAJI  A: Nkvilk; -;,  :..I)ureil at:Atjiii;.liiiy/2llth, 1U!]I;"..,,.  01  ten  sire.  To ii. G. Niu'i'ill'-.u'ml any person or persons  t<> whom he iiuiy: have; transfer red Ms inter-."  ostis : in/the I'ui^lmic No. 1, i ISiifreiiii. No. .2,.  rCii^eiio No. :l.Mineral Claims, sit. till teat'out  2}i niiics north cTf/iiA tliiyiii'the; Atliii^MiniiiK-  ilJistriut:/' ; Ty :V:' ::;:���: p/'yV'd:���::  Ton are hcreli.v reipiired to talieynotiee  tluit we have 'for,', the last ".veii'iv.done the  ,wh'olXcrfTtY<y''iii<esWmcnL' ��-ork"6n tlie a hove  ineutioued .Mineral tlhiims as reu'iire'l l>y  Sec. 'M of.the'.Mine.ra! Aerund have paid for  rcoor.illiufwf Itv.. curl iliuisi uh ol'.snuh wiirlc,  iind you are hvreliy reqiiirud to oont-i-iliiitu  your proportion of surh work and expenditure, toBOther witli all eosts of advertising  your siiupproportioii, auioiiiitiiiK. to sixty-  six dollars aiid ninty-oiio and tiro:third  cents [Sli(i.91?:'i] exclusive of costs.   /  If vou fail or refuse to eoat rihnte your  said iiro|Vortioii ami all costs of mlvertisiiiH'.  within ninety days f'ronrtliu date of the lirst  publication of itliis notice in "The Atlin  (Jlaini,',' which date is here under written,  your interests in said niinerul iilainis will  become -vested in us, your ' co-|iartnei'S,  under: the pfovisionsof tlie Minoral Act  and Ainomliii^ A'l'is.  Oaleil this 2ani day of July, A. 0., I'.IOI.  (.).'.'I"'. Cosr,KY.  H.   D.'UOUKK.'-    .  ���ALASKA   ROUTE   SA'l LI N GS~  The following Sailings are announced for the month of August,  leaving tSkagway at S p. in.:  " Princess May"���Sept., ist,   ;oth,  2rst, and Oct. ist.   '  "Amur"���Sept. 6th,'i.6tli,and 26th.  For further information, apply or  write to        H. H. Dunk, Agent,  ,'   Sk'agway. Alaska.  Pacific Coast S. S. Co.  I'ioneer Alaska .Line.  Seattle. Pugct Sound, San Francisco  and Southern Ports,  f.'AltlirlNCi   I',  s.  .MAIL.  .Sails from Skujrwny  S. S. Ilumbolt,     Aug. 30, Sent. y.  Direct  to Si'attle  Cottage City,'     Sept. 2, 11,  21, 30.  Victoria and Seattle direct  City of Seattle,        / Sept. 5   14,24.  Vaucouve|. and .Seattle direct.  'KEF" Above  Schedule   Subjoin   Io   Change  Without  Notice.  C. D. DUNNAN, Gen    Pass   Agt.,  HI Market St.. San  l''raneU'co, ('til.  L. M. WEST, Agent,  Skutrway. Alaska.  I%M/2lJ/^f ''''SA Af ���  :7-|III|l^^iT.Tj|��I^S; ii.':'V'''';ydFIRSTS STREET/:;ATL1N;-:''T  ';':'":-'iii.-,''.rrvj^ ,i,.'���..���,i: ii' 'i '������,':    ���       Ijobts and .Shoes/Repaired���-Gum  p//p-.; y       ���,.;���"���:; /,:���<. ,'/;/::>:,/    :; Boots  a   Specialty.    Harness  also  ��� 6'i*.i:iN.'"i')A\'-"-A.Nb',.Ni'CJH':i\v:^  I'l RST-CLASS K i^STA G R A NT  "'',:"-'-/i"'T':''; -v:plN--T'd^V.dFv';ys'':  "'d.   r''CONNliC'riOK.i'TT:i-''i,:i'i':'  lliMidiiuarlersfor .DiXftn's Ntaite.  ^SMl5^1*^iT;15^Ii  BwaBBByi-.feSildB.FiV.I'^a*  MILLER& McLARECN, Proprietors',  ';.'���;': UISCOVKUHKS  OR yVPLIN. y'/'..' '  Our Dining-R,ooifp fjttrnishcs, the!  - p���'.'..':Bcst[Meals; in 'Camp.   .'���>���. [:  L;i.NfTKi^,:-:<iT>i';'y;i:^  ii'T.:'''T.TiGOOD: STAB LIN G;.-:::T,T:'./p/  :v:;,iyi:Tniscp.\^KRAr,i;Bp::cpiT^  NEW DINING ROOM   NOW OPEN;  '���;-'       'TT',: pu mi shihg";..-: TiJie,, ':.���;,'   ,���',';.��� ;���;..-':������.  :: f] IliS'i^ MLAlvS1 i'l-Ni/C A M P.'//-.;  Hinest"of liqiiorS.v TTGood-.-stabling-...'.  -Lu. .Sanus. 'I'vupriiitiif.  TfT"  'TlJAnTIS:':;.T::;-T::  ::���"* ':b,: :^A.R;Bi.n<i:SHOP  ^:^^SHikubsT.&vHoby.:::n^-"Aii';;  -Nott- ooeuji.t*: I hen. n.rtv  quiu'ters itt:.\t..  ���'���','.'-..to tiio IVinl; iii' ll./N. A.. 'I'irst Street.:;  Tiii! iiiitliinjoiiis lire i>.,iiiili.v usirood us'found ;  in  c'ities.'f.v'i'rivate /Kni I'tuice, for Indies. .  WW: vancopeS  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED/WITH     i  i.     THE.BEST   OF   GOODS       /  T,iy;;. Sassei': JGJmsiGncf'\PnGJtr:.;  $!��F'tilft��ffeii :Lititnber,C6','.l::?  "   On tihd aftei- the 23rd;:.iof;.;April, i  ii904-;and yiihtili further iioti-ce/thftTp  t'ol 1 ovyi ngi.\vi 11 1 xi;thei prices of L11 m- T  jiei\ '.p::|.-.-./^'TT:v:p-:v.;'--'i'..l.~ ^i dp/::XdV,'-i':'n.'TT :"!' y-./>  ,-;. TRough, up to;S inches, :$4'o. ;T'vi y  .vT/iy 'i<lo'"i iT:/doT;Tvi'.o 'T?:,;',,d,'''T45.di.T.iT  ';���';-'���:��� "dp".: i/do;':'i.."i:2:T ;iii, ;/������:'.;'���'.50.; :..>.:���:.;.  ������'.-,dMat'ciieci,';$50.00.. ,;i:::;: <:���'i'-i;T/,,i'T  <:':. ;-S'. ';D,";$^,ooT &..D 1 :p". ;$i^.';extra/fT  T.Tii2/^ percent.discoiiiit/u-ill/be -Taj-- /  lo,\vedf6f.cas!i at tinie'of drdei'iii^.iii'T  ^y//iin\VNs\v  meets Keco nd -'and. .Tpij riJi;;}'\Ved.iyeWi-.  clavi of;,evich iniontli,: at/S. ji//.m;.,'ait .  Wrz-kvO.;JJ: WyHlockTi'lTli'ird fStreed;;  Visiting- Biothers are- cordially;  ���inVite<V;tp:'altencLd  ;//i'/,/:i/y:i;v. WyDoWblKOy:..���'������_ y;r/T '  /���  :.. / TT'iy i;  :i/ Mast-eriWqri<tnaiLi  d:;'i    ilp/Mi N. Woods,TRecorder.y;  ;T.<s  WmMm.  FINKST^EQUlPPi'D   HOTEL; IN THENORTH.T: i:   ; T., -, ;'d :T i; i::d ; ii  -Tp;EA'JSKy'lsHINGT/CONliU.CTEP/I  : &$X"i<3-&'aitp ���, Risstaupsn't - en . Connsctiamu,.;-.:'.  ������'���:';''��� /David Has'i'ie, TPkopkietok. "i;:- "���       -;]''::::'\  COKNKR   KIKST  .AVENUKAND   DISCOVKRY  STKEKT, '.ATL13J.  -$i'.'vT'i.T'!(^  - ���'"  s&��&��m  ��� 'T/'i'THE'' '   '  Half-Way House  is a haven for all  .travellRrs. Tlie meals  tire free-millinsr ami  the bracers in tlie  bur us I'tifresiling us  Vlie dew of tlie early  inorniii!.'. An ideal  summer  tuiil winter   ������: (IVlWlf l. ..      '.'.-.;���../  JAMES   GLARK,  ; il'KOPRiETOK.     i'.'"Tt  THE WHITE P^SS& ^IJKON ROUTE.  Through   Line   from   Skag-uiiy- to   Atlin,   White Horse,   Big-  Salmon,  : Dawson and all intermediate points.  Finely appointed trains daily, except Sunday, between Sfcag-uay, Caribou  and Whitoliorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express-  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS :  'Xu. 1. -North lioiind. I  No.'J.���Soutb Hound.  .'J.SO a.in. I.v.       SKAGIJAV     Ar. 4,;in|,.iu.  2.1(1 p.m. I.v.     'flAKlllOU       I.v. I1.S0 a.iii.  I.SO 1..111. A i". WHITE IIOKSl": I.v. ��� 0.30 11.111.  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAM BOATS'.  I.enve CAIJIH0U S n. in.'Tuesilnyii,      Arrive A 11. IN 9 a.iii. We/inesda.VH.  '������   '        " r, p. in. Fridays, " "        ���' ��- ">- i Saturdiry.n.  I.cavo ATbfN r.p- "I- Mondays. Arrive CAR1IIOU 7 o. m. Tueiidayj.  '����� "        ,1 p. in. Tliursiluys.- .'" " 7 ��. in. I'cifUiys.  llin iMimirlWoT liairii"^" "ill he clinclceil Trco witli ckcIi full fiireticliet hiiiI 7'i untitita  ivilli eueli hull fare ticliet.   .    ,  l'ii',;v��ii|jer< must be at. depots in time to have Hnpri-'iiiru inspected ��ml clinnheri.  Time Schedules a re subject to change without nnticu.  BXP~     Baggage   Bonded   Through.  l-'nr  information   relative  tu  Piimnuiikci",   Ki"Bi(?lit,   Kxprt'sn ami Te3eKi"upli,Knln>i,  apply to any i'uenl of the Company or to  M ,1  li. WIIITK.d. f'Ji I'. A.. J.  LIPSCOMB H.ai'INNKO.AssT.m.F.vP.A..  Vancouver, II. C. Agent, AUJn. SJ(Bj.-t.a>-. AJji.fiu.  T.'Ti!'  i:MT  ;. Sat:/  I f^'S!  I  i  i i ATLiN;?;:B^ C.; ';: SATURDAY, ''./A UGUST... .'.-2;  1-9P4-  ���M-  .".':;'v.f  v;;.;.t''.;  \r.m:::-  ISsd  'Iff  18^ d   ��'  '>fi>^".  ^sSf,"    :,:;.:.'.���.  JSffid"   :���:  I ��$$'-���?"���>.-.'���  |p��l|''dd  lVife-i ..1.-:������������,::.������  m*'. ���::':  m     "       'T:  WiTiiTv.  #&Tp  Bid; ������'-���"���"'  l��"':'-/:  IglD.^jy, .;   ,  .;  I*��:��":?r -:/.'- ?  :^T?'i  *#'���,  ii--'-  IP'i  f:  divi-AJ' 0  Md-'-tH.ekE;  'Ohiirch" ol   SCuj-ihi���(<! .       .,',.    _   .'  SI.. Mai tiii's'Oliurch.cor. Third   null Trnin-  ���'.iir���'-.-:! i''eet'!i'.   Sunday  services, Alatiusat.  11 a.  in.. 'Kvoiisoiiji-1 :'.IU p. in. ��� Celebration of 1 ioly  Communion,  .1st Sunday in enc.h month ��u<!  Sunday  School.  Suu-  lst  ���Special occasions.  on  :,.   de.yut   ii. |i. in i. ���--. f.'oin mil tee   .Meet in  Tli'iirVdny in each mouth. :    !.','', /��  .";.'���  .      ''- ��� i.' Kev. K.I.. Stephensoe. Keetoiv ,  ��� St.    Andrew's    Presbyterian  Church- hold  ' dervleeniin itlio  tMinrc-ti   oil'Second  Street.  Mi'iriii.-i;.' svrvice at'-"..11 ."evening-service "_:'.I0.  Suiidav School at the   close  id'   I he ��� nioriiiiijf'  -fcrvici':.   :Kev. ivTurki ne,ton. Minister, Tree  Ki>.:idiii(.r llmim, lo,which id! are welcome.  Roman <i'atIodic Church ."   Services will be  "��� ";-���.].'.-Id sei olid Sunday of eai'.h  mouth.   All arc  .   ,'veIconic.'   Kev. Pat her Curbe.il, minister. ;������  dp.T!ie:'\\:'TPT/'&: -VTi'R., employees/of  Tithe TAtliiidaribouTTid,i\'iiKioii,���; /an-  p/iiouiice that they/Avill^ive a:;dauce'  "-on Wednesday, 'Aug;; 3tst, in the  -dooleiiay Hoi!-.; i.,^  : .cbinnieiicei: ia.t'Ti9 p/Vlock /sharp:;  '' J.T^ht refresh mentsAvill-."Be  served,  iiip the   Irall   at   1 1:30 delqcdiand  '-itlielasticUiiicedilLconvnieiice^  Tii2.T(:5iipA.cordial invitation yis;ex-:  .iiteucledyfio/ailiy^yDiscoyeryii papers  feiplease-'co'py. T,,/:-;:: ?';,-..  pp;^v-i ;���:,-��� ;-���..  ,v   Mr. /iAY'TGv'daxlou Tis pindhe  '��� h os j ii t a Idi fj e il 11 d "j'r'o n 1 MiiflaTiiiiia-i  ;i tofyiirHeuiiuttisui;"./>/���../   id;;..';....  ��� :Mcl>ouald's i:.GrdceryiT .makes  a  ^specialty of fresh -eggs., and butter.  i iTdhC Atlni Regattaiwill take place  at:T 1 p: in.' today.;1 -'opposite".- the  Cliib House.: .Tlie ..events are open  to all and com prise, canoe.- sail in gy  isiugle and double-soul Is and Indian  races.;    ''���/'.��� ���..,.-    :..::.[:.:������...     -  ���.:'���-..'.:���;.  A1. Queeui with his usual enterprise aiid grit, ..iserecting-. aThirge  warehoused!) bisi farm. p.The building- when finished /will , lie 54 x 27  ft. and will be. used, entirely Tfor  slorage purposes.:/'���'������'The building  isiofiiogs, wiil liave two stories and  -i\ 'fr9Sl:prd0f:'ceniir;p''..';:',T'-Tii':'v::-.i.''-y;'T''  ii:: 1 f yoiii want: theilatestiiMagaziu'es  anil Papers, "go toipillniaii's. ���/:  .;,��� IvO wney's "Gl]ocolates,;di recti froiii'  fiictor\-;--:G; /R.:THou.R;kK,TT       i/;'  ��� Wei:reg:ret i to Tlearii >that'::TMr.;  Fritz'A'liller/is in the  liospitaL/Seri-  Olisly.i.ili-.   . -,,.''..:  py :':;:���:....,,,;::.-���,:::.:.;:.:/,-,:/,.:,,..  ;./Kdr Fresh '-'.'.'I'-rui'l .and /Vegetables,  Pilluian'saie abviivs iii :lbe'leiHl:.y//  ICI  rti  111!  -32  n^Tn.-.ny.i��-.in.B-/^Y^nn^^i.r. m^^->m-���i.-^rTirtHPi--J  Mle  *>7r*iy*T^w-Tr.*i^crri,5  :tv;i^^  0  Iii: order. to; kecp/dfi'  )tOC  'an   anil  uin-'td-date we, will; clear -he  follouliig articles':iit grenVly r.t-ifuctd' pilots :;;, ��� ;  ��� ���.'���-'���������     -     ���:"���'"'.   ':'"..':.::.' :'-v'._ii,T:.,.T. "v.: ���' ::.���.../���./���  ���'���ii'.-'' / Cowboy and Fedora: Hats,  Fancy Cainbnc/Shirts,^;'V  ���Men's Heavy Shoe?,  ������/Girls' and .Boys'  Shoes.  Weihave just iplaccd ..in stock a/full'line of Mend Furnishings tff  T:i,d'���-//'/;.'...';������'���������;��� :'T.:.-/.''T''/"   '':'������ quality.,   1''rieei-;' ri^lu'.;/': i ,T" .-T 'i<v -/."-p.. T;.;::.:;  ���ood  ffiJijF"' ��� Osxs''���:��� Grocfff'ifis,-'arcpaftyays . Fcash dTiffsc*: ��7to;2jrs. ^gjjE?  ���v- :/.'��� J oh iv:Sain psbnv/charg-ed.'iA\'illii H r-  ,''.. i 11 g. t w/0.i s hot si a t'.'G u s': i Ai 1 d e rso 11, ,0 i 1 ���  ���i i[lio 111 der,Gr}.ek,; 1 ast Saturday'���[i\yas  :i-i'bi6ug-lVt'.'''be,f6'r'eT,-'Hagi.strate.'l',raser'  iiy'esterdayT uiorniiigjT and  lias' beeuidaid iover:/lor;       .._...  'court. "V W;P,i!G rant, acted,: fori the  TCrowiipand iATiD.TTaylor' for the  i deleudanti / "i'iT.Ti'TiiTT iir'ii"      iTi T.ii  'TTi:i; HiTHell-Trving:'- the: Tfaiuotis'/En-  ^lisli'-spbrtsinan'.iAvillibeihere on tlie  ii i^lliipof .iSepteinberi'T^Hc- ���hasten-;  :gagcd Walter-Aikehi/aiid oueo'ther  ii: g u ide. Mi ii d ,d i ll,.i li u n tdiiou n taiiif  ���sheep.i bear'and other: bigTganie. ���"'���������.  ���i..'-ii' \\:eil.assorted Stock:of 'Domestic  ���aud/linportedGigars atdourue's. ;:  ' i Shirley is- go:tting'his watersup-  v.ply at ;thei;ili...A.,.C. Wharf, owing;  :to the "griiuey" conditioni'of the  Lake at   Trainor.St.   ;���" .-���   '     i  '���.-.,.  '.������ 'The"6. K. ��iliarber Sliop for. Hot  or Cold Baths iat all li.burs, s'o'.'ceuts.-  ':.' Mr. Ii,..:'LV Pillraan ���liiet -with a  . painful .accident ifroni a fall while  i ridingaivv'heel ; he lias' been con-  .iined to his bed for'several days. :  If you want, a good meal go to the  Quick Luncli Room,  Mrs.Heuiiing-  proprietress, ,-p.-./.'.'..:  "���'���Jvxperien'c'e teaches knowledge ;  knowledge'";   teaches    ;    wisdom.  "i" Talk's, lalk; i keeiVi your Teyes  wide open and your mouth shut ;  it takes money to buy wliiskv,'; is  ac favorite   saying   of   " Galil'ornia  ��� Sam's," -oncof Atlin's earliest.pioneer's. '-: If it. was.experience.alone  tliat was necessary, Sam would.be  perched on some pinnacle of fame,  ;pg:���osiservaiiye;=yi>ifceral: d  AsSociatloii Asiiii^ipMeetliig  : The /an uual, hieeti ng of .the A tl i 11  District :,LiberalrGoi-.servative;: A's-  sociation-will be,held Tin/.Discovery:  at; the Balmorali'Hall,: .September  idth.i'rhe public ?.re"cordiall)Tin-  his /case|v.i1;^(3;|.oattendiTT The hear approach  ;i .higher' 0f a.Dominiondlectiohpiends/considerable; .interest to;:,iu"a'ny.?public  questionsT and' :the...executive com^  mitteeibaveiiii\dtedTseyeTal;i'gei!tle-i  '' <* ��� '  m  %$&*  %  PSr'/X'SS  f^V��nW  powE^l::|l|MFa^iK��;r|;tfc  It ': " T. .^pv Iii m :i.--:'i''"i/:"'''T::: %^;::y J^Q::-:.:,-.'���  .0. ILJ��  v"   Gu a::d al'terTAugust/istand iuiilil fiirtl^^  he t lie iraies' lor liglifs ; accounts 'collect iblei hiohthly :   ' T'"yT  '���'vKI'vliCT.kii6^rLlGli'T;^TRA^  ' '(&������ CaKfi/eiPoiver/feeaw  J@: TTT/d?.' .'���' 'v'^'-iff ���T:-T.:.'".:y.T:.,-��J' :'.:���;'.:.;���'��� ";Tp^��i?S,i  32 ::���'."'-;": i  :, ...>dTS y.;.. T; :^'/:     '���'-'���'':" :&*SQ .,  T T i All:burned-but or blatkeiied lainpswill be exchanged for new ones.  Tree of Charge, if brouglit/toillie Company'sTpffice, but broken ones will  beTchargedpfoY.^ ".. :..p ,;i:';;i  MODERN-'STEAM^  men  ito'  address; .the \ nieetiiu  these ".question's; .d :.���  on  NOTICE.  Liquor Licence Act.  Notice is liereliy uiven tluit; I siuill apply  to tlie Hoard of Licence Commissioners for.,n  transfer to .Kritz Miller of the liol.e.I liuiioi-  licence now held byiiuc for (lie '��� Kiilniorii!"  Motel, Discovery, li. 0.  p,-'������..'        W. A. AKDf.risON-.  Uiscdver.v, B. C, itli 'A'iitrns'b; IIIU-L  ^^ri,We:areibetter prepared Id taikeicare-oflarge:orders:on  than any house .thisTside/oFvSeattle. ii.i:'ei-isliables.a 'Specialty.'  Rose' of Ellensburg .Butter,  Chase &Sanborn's Coffae,  Standard OilCo.   ;  j\:<^f\>fiz:v       :\v:< ;���;������.;���:���:::-��� .:���;-'/,:;''/;.���.-;/.��� ���:';>;., .-/:;//  y        ;   'iPre pa fed Stop k,of./Canned Goods,  TT      T       Bltia Ribhoti Tea.        i:    -i "y '  :���������'���. ESS" SatisfacticriGuaranteed. "���'���;  'illSSSl  ���Q^  -rSkJl'BWJiY,  d:M ^  ���ALASKA.  NOTICE.  "J^TOTICK is hcreliy jiiven that, within (ill  -L-V days from (lute, I intend to n|)|)ly to  tlie Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works'  for iVermissioii to iiiirchuso llio following  deseribed land, situate in the Atliii Uistrict:  ���CoiiiiiieneiiiK' at u iiost nutrlted " C Ai. It's"  N. L. corner, iilanted about one mile south of  the inoiilh of McICcc Creelc and one-lialf  niile from Lalie front, thence soullierly II)  chains, thence westerly 111 chains, thence  iiortlierly ���!(! eliains, tlieace easterly III chains  to iioint of commencement, contuiniiifr 1150  acres more or less.  "0. JI. IIa.iish.uv.  ."A'tlin, H'.'C, Ji'ily27Ui,'lll'l)4. ,������  NOTICE.  -J- l-IKIJIi'UV  -���*-     from  (Into.  azinir.' wistfully. ���' at    his    fellbw-  niorta  lown  below.  ' New l-'lien and iMshing Tackle at  G. li. Hi hi rue's.  : The Atlin School has again stiirt-  e,i 'instnic'iing Voting Gaiiada.' Mr.  J, Rcid, tlie new tcuchcr, arrived  Wednesday and coiiiineiiced his  duties the same afternoon.  Frank Mobley, of Moulder Greek,  was tin- Toilunate winner of the  Goffin firuislicd residence and lot,  drawn for at the Royal Motel, last  Saturday.  Aiclmiigcl  Tar at  J. I>. Muric's.  Diiriesells lurniliiicaiid hardivaic.  rivo notice that within 00 days  L intend to apidy to the  Chief Commissioner ol' Lands and Works for  permission tvi ijurcliase the following described yroiiiid, sit uute in the Atliii District:  '���Coiiiiiiuneiiit;- at a post marked ">S. II. I"s"  N. li. corner post, planted about two miles  sunt li of the mouth id' Mclico Creek ami one  I in 11- mile from Lake front, t hence southerly  ���IU idiitius. t liuuee westerly 111 chains, thence  nort lierly 10 elm ins, thence easterly It) elm i us  to point of .commencement, containing 100  acres more or less. .'���.������  S.  II.   I'M.WIIIH.  Atlin. II.-C., .luly 27th, I'.IDI.  Wholesale:   and     Retail    Butcher  .     FIRST   STREET,  ATLIN, B. C.     ;  '��  ATLIN,   B  )   SHELF AND  HEAVY   HARDWARE,  T.'n and Granite Ware,  iViiners' and Blacksmiths' Supplies,     Doors and Windows.  .;: "fm'JSifas^^    NOTICE.  7v"r"TI(',-: ���'" iH'reby jrlveii Ihnt   within (il  N  S.MALL  %m  >��$    )^/'VKii2.y!  ,  ATUX,' li.  G. '  BXEWEES   &F   IA3ER-. EEEft.  AND CI,ARGF ORDKKS     PROM f'Ti, V  KII.I.KI).  THE   ME'MT   m&R��m~if  ���9  lays from dale I iiiicinl to apply to  tin.' Chief Commissioner of I,nails and Works  for permission lo purchase the folloivin;.'  described ground, situate in the A I tin District :������ Cuinnuuieiui,' nl a post milked "' I'. T.  Il's" N. K. corner, planted about one mid  one-hull' miles sou I'll of the mouth of MeKee  Creek and one-hall- mile from Lalui front,  thence southerly 111 chains, thence westerly  ���10 cluii us, l.lienee nort hnrly 10 elm ins, thence  easterly 10 elm ins lo point ol eoiuineueemeul  euntaini iij�� 100 acres more or less.  h'. T. IIamhiia '.v.  Atlin, It. ('., .luly 27lh. |!��i|.  i .     First Stkkk'i',    Atlin.  KEEP NONE BUT PRIME STOCK-LOWEST MARKET���'PRICES.  wtitch\Zt>>'~i ft  >  it$mtm  HAS    KIi01JJ3X!iO  Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes.  Rooms to Rent.-  Hoard by the Week.    ���    G.   U.  Mvicks,   Froj.rielrjr.  ���*S 1*H IMjM 1 a Mjwnu  *^mSaxmmmi>!attaw^^  ^^^mms^m^^jmsssss!ST.  _ J'  Pi


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