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 [W:  ���tew-  m*  ���3yi{.,:Vp- ���'���:  '^   :  %  &�����  ^4  5&us��tfi2&J-.  f%/f:T:T  ;voi,.v26.  ; ATLIN ,:T 13T G.;^;::S AT U RD A: Y,.; AI JG.UKT;  1,907.'',/  ������:!.NC?^42S:  ^EiEGEM^Hp  A:iBudgetof TlnterestirigT;News  ;  From;:Many:(5tta^ers;^: "  /'ST !,,>/ JS.I'KOl'AI., tO,,TIIIi  01.AIM.1 i.'. ./:'.'  TT; San, Francisco, ;;;Aug,.y30.���ItTis  ���TCportedTherOthat/H^  : paperninu;haspstifecn'ibedp$.i^  /to T:.,thc.T; fund/of  the,/striking,/teler  gra]Miers;p-yTpd,d..������/> ��������� pTdd-ddi  p:;Xeiiora,y'Oiiti,: T-Aug.p'3'oT'.V-Foiir'  Triien'wiid were; blasting: at  Canyon  Tliak'efTw^  ���:fewTtraces:Of'anj'T:;of/tbehi';<cbuWTbe  ;found,/dT',.;"TT:;TPp;pTTp,.d^  d  Ottawa,   Aitg.'T-^iD/dN.V'^ji^Dela:.  : cOtirtyM./Pp has '���'-accepted-'a seat in  the ^hate.:J!::GlifIbrdySiftqn/lrasydep  ��� clined to accept pa- portfolio in the  ".cabiiiM.-Tuiiless 'Sir; AYiUridylTauner,  / promises;/toymake axleaii sweep:of,  ���allTthe'Tbld/material-it-is'nd  Tpcsed-TofyT/pThe';'Premier;then sent  Tfor Graham^ "the leader of/the bppos-,.  T it i oil liiV. t h e" O n't a r i 0 1 eg i si a 111 re.','; w, h 0  ���it isTuiiderstbod;"will take theT'pqrty  Tfbho;:pf/Mmist%;:;oi: "fpubhc; Works;  Win': Fugsiey is accepting the port-'  -fblioT.of; Minister; of Railways and  , ^CanalsdT-TTT ..:T''-TT/;;//, / ���/'.",.'.';':;,:'::  .;//-Billings,T:Mout;,;/TAug:''30.dTwo  ;tratiips attempted .to; hold up seven  ' men; who:were.sleeping;itr a/freight'  car. Four shots were fired, one of  :the tramps, getting a bullet through  his arm.. He was captured. The  arm, vvil 1 have to .be amputated.  T; Omaha, Aug. 30.��� Tlie-quarter,  of/a million dollars which was stolen from the mail on the Burlington  road;a week ago, was a shipment of  currency made by the Denver banks  to Chicago. -There is-no clue:as to  how the package was;stolen.   ';..  , Victoria,; Aug.;3o:-���It is reported  here that th'.e-C. P.' R; has acquired  the foreshore rights from the Anderson's at New Albenii. > Railway  construction will be pushed along  as quickly as possible, and ocean  wharves-will be started at once.-'     ,  Chicago, Aug. 30.���As a result  of the crusade against the gamblers  ' an attempt, was made lo wreck a  saloon with; iiitro.glycerine." The  explosive was thrown into the-basement of the wrong building, doing  an immense amount of damage.  ". Clovcrdale     B.    C ,'  A ug.    30���  'Xo'uis SUiiiKird,   an   old   time resident  of the district,   was gored   to  death by a mad bull yesterday.   ��� Vancouver, Aug. 30.���Winnipeg  parties who arc said to be representing the Canadian Northern, are  negotiating with .tlie Tsimpsiau 111���  dians for the purchase of thcir're-  serve, which immediately adjoins  Port Simpson.  Vancouver, Aug. 30.���A survey  party found the skeleton of a man  on the south shore of the Eraser  river. There was a siring around  the neck and   the theory   is that he  had   evidently T committed:^suicide  several ;ycarsagod?      :dd;,/y y :,yT  TT���"'-New'Tz WesUriinsleiY.-;. A ug-:; 30T���  Thc'mostTclisaslrciiis: sahnoii fishing  Reason-iii theyhistoryTbf; the iiiclus-.  \vy[: in //British: Coin inbiaj-p-hasjust-'  -'entiedd  fisheniien;; [ h a ye T lps t hea y ily.'.;;. The  Skeeiid.rn'er;paiKl'/the;Rivers/Ihlet  canneries .haveTfiii'iiishedTthe;major-.  it}d.f...thc:pack. 'T;/.;:     yy/TTy;���;.:��� -;:������,;  /"'PilbtvMOuhd,-;M^  As; a;resuli>of Tthe^ciiforcingpf. the  temperanceTact,; /the/hotels have all  beeif ;��� elosed:./ and) /the Tguests /were  -turned: iiito: the'streets.pTThe mayor  was;/called.; uponptoT;qnell;ytheri6t:  whichTfoliqweddThe: travellers-had:  'to/walk five/miles to.;TCrystaj/Gity  to-gettheii mealsp: /;./';��� -.^.yXypyy,..  d-Wesl'mm  in 0re'TVc'o 11 v icts:;/ h a ve.; esca peel:; from;  theTpeuiteh.tiary.pp::,Up.;to date 'there  is hoT;rracedf.^BiUT-MinerT and/the  btheri'three convicts:,who;-made ait  escape.-a:short time ago The Doin-  :iiiion':.gbverumentphas/,offered are-;  AvardTT'oh: ;$5bb;f6ry the/capture of,  .-Miner;;----��� j;y '���';;������ "���'-���'���. ���''���;'���-'-'--T:;";l:"/' ���������y^':";''} v-d  /.Chicago, Au gT 30:��� It is a matter  oi'-record that Judge-McEwau of the  ��� ������ ,,"   .".*���    rj ": . d ������  superior; court/granted no/ lessythan  twenty divorces-iir as;'many/min-  utes,:a few clays ago.-.-.,... -,:���";.; ,;  Where, oh. where, in any 'other  part"of the world, would the Captain- of a! steamer be so kind, so  obliging, aticlT so considerate as to  put-vback, in,: theTfitce of-a strong  wind,to secure for a-passenger the  grips hehad left behind, and which-  strange to saj', were on board all  the time, p / ' :..-., ;  ;��� ,;The.trustees of^St;; A'ndrew's hosp  pitai desire 'to gratefully acknowledge a douatiouptroni :Hon. H. E.  :Young,T MyTl),r:; of a setof surgical  instruments valued at about $4����  to Be held,in trust for the,benefit of  patients'in that institution who may  require such attention and treatment. . . The said trustees further  gratefully acknowledge the Honorable gentleman's efforts and success  in securing for the hospital a grant  of $350 in addition to the ordinary  per capita grant, all of which will be  heartily''appreciated, gratefully accepted and faithfully'applied.  Mr. Steffensen, organiser for the  Western Federation of Miners, a  branqh of the Industrial Workers of  the World, held a meeting-in the  Balmoral hall, Discovery, on 22nd  August, to form a branch of the  W. P. M. Tlie meeting was well  attended, and about 97 per cent put  down their names and money. We  hope that all the rest of the men in  tlie camp will come forward and  unite with this movement; as with  a powerful organization behind us  we need not fear any labor troubles  or Japs. A meeting will be held in  the Balmoral hall, on Sunday, September ist, at 4 p. m. - Charles  Gairns, secretary.  ���: ';Local arid Gencfal��� ;Tvfews.p;t  '.'.-��� TMcDonald's-' Grocery"; yuiakes\ a.  Specialty,,pffresli,eggs.. and/buder;  .'.-��� Fresh "Fruit and 'Vegetables com-,  iiigiu op every bbat.r-E./E;Pillnian%  T"T;;;TdiletTSoapsJal reduced^;'prices;--;  C f R.;/Rburue;. f:F-;TyT";t,:':;':,'\:':"',:"':"::;  ;: / O;T.'/Swi t'z'e r'.:.���: was , a 11T i h'-com i. 1 ig;  passeugerppii;;.I^riday/ST-boat"./:,/ 'He  will remain about three weeks.pf,  dJr'A.dfraserTleftouT Friday's .boat;:  o n, a 11,' bffi cia I' to ii r. pTHe wil 1'-' r e turn  iii, a .con pie of weeks. ���:'.. /. y;;;..; % >'���;���.',  T ;Mbriclay,: September; 2nd; is LabT  br'DayT-aiida; publicyholiday,/and  most people layToff and have a good  time^TTTheTgoverument Offices dill  be closed;���;.'. '���'���t''":' ::���':'���:'::/-/'/������  -������'������ HerbertTYOuiigv-'/who/'hasybeen  riiitungT recbrder.Tsince :;they''death'  'pfpMrV'-E?'^  in ihe'gbverhmeiit service for./years,  lef t;;A; t li n lastTTuesday /for Si hi pson;  'toT''lp6k'---'a.fterdiffc.irs.''-^^  ���HisTfrieudS-iivihecanrp.Twish^Herb^  bbn;vo\-ageTand; prosperity.-yydd  *  TT;Mr: Saih'JohhsbhTis/in'ieceipt/pf  aTetter^frqin'JpiinTMcLeirhaii.^: He^  ,is;:ih:Edinburg':Scotland,/still under  treat n;ent for hiseye. ������';. The issue is  still in doubt, Ttliough-Jack'sTletter  is .iiv'Ta^ibpefiii/tpne. plic^vvishes to"  be remembered; to: all his friends., "-,'  '".[ p'rom.a-er}' reliable private sources  it is repbrted that: GupicFis hovering  over Spruce, 'meditating a. sudden  descent oil a certain young bachelor.  Fronv present iiidicatious" it'is liable  to happen most any; time.  ,T Mei-srsTStepliehsbu and . Krip-  pachiie'j.. representing .McKenj-.ie &  Manir, were in- At Iin.'; this T week.  T h ey. pa id '���'&������ v isi.t. to Tom Va u gh an' s  property, on,. Broken ...Hill,-.'and;..; were  lnuchTtaken. 'witli. the .look .of.: the  quartz. Thirty, sacks/ went out on  Friday's boat- to enable a test to-, be  iuade. In. all probability an option  will be taken on the ground.  The Dominion government telegraph repair gang from Telegraph  Creek arrived in -'town Thursday.  The party consists of j. Thome,  foreman, Bodell, Webb, .and four  indiaus, with seven pack animals.  They have been doing good work  along the right of way, cutting  down all the dry and. leaning trees  that might endanger, the line and  cause delay to the service. They  started the work in June. Mr. A.  Charleston, in charge of the-Telegraph Creek district, is along with  the party.  According to Oscar McBcan, of  the Winnipeg Grain Exchange, tlie  wheat crop of Western Canada will  be ninety-live million bushels.  Japan has made a formal demand  on the United States for payment  for the lives of the five men who  were killed near Pribyloff islands  last year.  The authorities have been advised that there is danger of futthcr  outrages by the ������in  waters. G.tu  protect the i  i'rom any 11  ; The; ;Cemetery- pEuri'd/.  :;:The'iist/is still opetrTand we;will,;  be../glad /to.r;acknowledge-':all/dpna-:  tious.T:;Rev;::;A;;M.T'Ep^s;|2.pb.y/ :;,;:'  ���oe-<>-*��'  /Arrivals pe��;Str.;Scotia.  //;'-A11 gr;d7.���j. :;0. ;TCooper,T. JT /Ai.;  0liver,TT:Fd:^  A;''Krippachne,:E.; -Stephensph.TTp,,  ;��� ;;TAug^3SdJ;/-A,jEdspn, /MrsrEd-;;  son /Miss M. Edsbti, Miss Gi/'Edsbii,,:-  F.T,A:. [ Callarman'; f'&:' T/; Switzer,T  W'x'-S'v TBi'owi? 1: Ei- TSchulz,:T; JT UB~  Nicholy'd ;:://:-"/."'T/-T:T;-;:pv/"';/:;./  :/';",'/-;��� t't'��� Gafd \; of ��� TKahksT T;' ���; d.;  TT.Miss:Biyth; desires ,to;/tender':vher^  heartfelt thanks to;,h"er:frieuds': whop  ;sbTkiudly;;aiidTgeuerously ^presented;:  lieV-: with;.a" beaiitifulTnuggetp chain";  as, a mark of -their appreciation; and,  regard.;; Mr^.Tj'ack-uvlurphyp-^de-  thepresentatiou, .bn/Tbehalf ./ofpthe-  bbys-bfiSprpce^creekCpTThetrinket-  Avas a" handsome:six-ibot:chainp the-'  workmanship :of :Mrv/J'ules:Eggert.T  T Gazette notice:���W. PI. Simpsoiu  Of.Wyntou,   to be a;:deptity   mining'  reco 1 <.ler fop the���/yruif ���������-���Min i 1 rg'DLei-.-  sioh, in the place, of Hugh A.;But-'���  ier,;resigued.'T���'���.��� ;��� ��� ;/T��� , -T- ;  Bi ���>.' .trodrj.:  kotic;e.  The following./.named shipments:  of 'freight, ^destined ~ Atlin, /B. .C'.,,;  have beeii' on 'hand/, uiiclaimed at  that-point, with; the British "Yukon;  Navigation Co.,,;Ivtd., knownTasthe  .White Pass &;Yukon^ Route, for: a  period of twelve' months,/and iu  accordance with ^Dominion/Railway :  Act, Sec. 236, will be sold at public���  auction; to. highest bidder, on Sep-  teihber.:i9thj 1907:-��� . ./>  ,.^t.A.ij>.ri,~'a-3aoa-LiiULr>.��i^g  Oommotlity.  Jln'rlioel.-.  I'/xpaiisiou joints ;Kor.Col.U0 WMnsCa.  ..Machinery '.CM. W. ,Tf>husoii  Slehrh Chief I'olice  Sue. hose V,.- Korferir'iiio  Pipo :G. Koduriiine ".-  J.' H. ROGERS,  Traffic Manager. ,  TO-'CONSUfflFriYES;  The undersigned having lieen restored to health by .simple means,.  after suffering'for several years'with  a severe lung affection, and that  dread disease Cox.hVmi'Tio.v, is  anxious to make known to his , fellow sufferers the means of:/Ctire.  To those who -.desire it, he will.  cheerfully send (free of charge) a.  coiiy of the prescription used, which  Ihey will find a cure for CONSt'Mi'-  Tiox, Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchitis and all throat and lung  M.vi.AOiKS. Pie hopes all sufferers  will try his remedy, as it is invaluable. Those desiring the presciip-  tion, wliich will cost them nothing,  and may prove a blessing, will',  please address  ;v. Edward A.'Wilson,-  BiooKivn,. N.Y.  d'K-:-:.-v,[t',;j 1  M  ATLIN,pB.,C.,  /SATURDAY, ; AUGUST ,3^1907:  .1 ne:--AtJiia----uaiiir��  ���   l VV .v *.'--**rS Cj-AlMiij' puQLint-icD. cvtnv satuiiuay  ^    ,  MOtlflJfiti.'    MAILED     rilCE    TO.AriY'PAIlT   OF  THE  . v/tiRLO rcii.co ccn'tg pen Mprrrn; ?c,co ccr:  .v. f.n. a ^.rjuf-riTtGirJc. tjatcr :>i.oo pen inch cacm  �� Ncir.'nriON ; fuading noticc��,'ss cents a unc.  ..  ��� ���_'-.   riPCCfAI.   HATH;',,   ON    APPUCATIOM.  '���/'������'������:.:"' ;~--.~^~_-t;o4-;-^���-������---���' v-.;---.: d ' "  ,������.';��������� ;:;Ip:"-;.'  ";   -JOB.PRINTING";:-        /  Dir.L-ll^ftDS,"      > POST Ens, '   ���    -VISITINU   CftltDn,  ETTcn'-HCftDS,        . pnoonAMMts,; ktc.-, ETC.  p ' .;   ..    .    oiit>i:no pnowPHVcxccin-En.- -'  '��� ,���      ' ��� p.itcra  wptjEn'nTL ./���   . '   / .-,    /���'���/:  p  The Axmx Oi.aim "Pui'i'i.isiu'HO Go/, Ltd. ������;  CUAiir.K.s i'j. Gi..i.i'a>',    -    Kui.tou-:,:.\!:.u;ki::  /, ;;;T;-y0ur/Member'sReportp;-  TTThose,who were fortunate;enough  ;, to.be presentTat;the .public'meeting,  T'heUf   in / Discover}'    last /.Monday-  night, -.heard 'one, of the best: a dress-'  . , edver given iii the.district,'  '"������������ ���'���'Hon. BrT-H. E. Young;T pro:v;iiic-  pial secretary;/and :representative/in  T theT provincial/clegisiature/l'or Atliii  district, 'gave to his constituents  an  T^accbunt/ofhisavork; 'in, their behalf,;  dhile:,Tatv;the capital.   :He,handletl:  his; subjects .like a veteran',Vexplain-  ��� ���-: iug: all theT facts   auddigures.in/a  7 concise; and,   con vhicing;: - manner:  As  a: speaker...the Doctor hasTim-  ;.proved;y wonderfully,-:'and7 we can  /.more than ;eyfer,p;understand how/it  7."is Tlie" is Teckoned"ra strong 'maidld  his party and his leader.   ������������:'  .7. , In, .his  opening:,remarks  he regretted   his short stay with us, explaining;  that   h'e:had-to"be back in  Victoria   to   take: charge of affairs  during the absence, of Premier Mc-  BriUe, who is due to make an official    visit   through   lhe.,TK.opleiiays,.T  Local interests were  theniiitroduc-  ed,   the  question   of roads,   trails,  etc., being touched upon, the speaker   promising   that ,any   reasonable  demand   would   lie   met   with,  and  should there; be  required "new roads  to new discoveries themoney would  be forthcoming, provided, of course,  "'the, showing   made  at thenew diggings   justified.  :���"  As it stands 'now,,  our   roads  compare   very favorably  with any part of British Columbia.  first /was,, that an brder-iu-couiici!  y^us passed/, covering all stalling in  the /district. .up7lb AugustTfirstof  this, j'ear.; p ThisT means that, no  matter if the stakes are-smaller, than  "the .requirements of the 7law,:there  will:,be. 110 danger of the/ 'juinper'  .getting in his, work, oi' on any other  trifling .irregularity: ofTthestaker..  After August .first vthelawvmust The  complied /with.;/pStakers,; will /do  well to.bear this in-mind.;d ./!    T. '  ��� .'���;" Anol tier matter of interest is, that1  all. notices' that -are T posted Ton : the  board-at tlie 'government office iii  AtlinT/wilh also, lieTTpbstedT at.Ttlie  deputy, mining recorder's, office in  ;Disa)vei'y.:"T::ThisT'wiir;Tenable "the  miners'ion, the creeks T to,keep: them-;  selves in touch witlf. the: current  events'.--.without the trouble and ex-.  ��� ���--   ,,-'  ./���',������  ���'������  ���/;,���-".''../'" { r. .' ���.        ���;'������-,:.'���'���������.���..  peiise of, coming down to the. head  bHicei'--p:.;     TT7-''-': 7"'T / '���"'<���: --7-'y"y'/T-:,;-:T/  : It;:was ..announced that some of  the.; leases .on TGrahain creek had  been/ ea ncelled a u d; th ere was a-1 i k.e-  lilioo'd of Others, following;. .Right  here- we. /might, remark thiitpthe  Doctor emphatically announced.that  there, wo u Id be ii 0 leases, gra si led ������ on'  Wilson creek.:'that' creek/would be  pret-'crveil to the individual .miners,  and,* he=advisedp'shoulddhere/ever  'be any troubles, oil "the creek,.that  they-should gather together in the  ;old..miiier-like fashion and settle it,  thereby avoiding litigation and- saving a great deal of time and "mbney.  ^^RS^^^.^5^^.l?;^!Sfti?;S^1^^^^5>i5^.S!iSi &.&*&JZ^&.&.S^&.V&.frS*ftS^.!^.Z>.&.&&J&.&:2'fr.  ,^^MEEi^fNC3:  iMi.^Ei"fi^lS.l��llS':  '?���;  ;will;T;ai?rive:';;'h^--'reve  T,l  $1 n&-i!&mBa^im*����^  . tfi   '.    :��� "<s.  ���:���?,.���: ���'"'������������>- ���-.���'������:���.���.:���'��� ���:-       ���'.'..���-..- ...  It.': -     ���-���<: ������':::- - - d..- '   d-.^  ���: . dTT-';.-.'    ���'/������ ;,���-."7".;..:; ������",/- :r..    :/'v: #T  WisB3$ll Sir^iS't���'������':��� f;' f  , ������,.,,-. ;.. ...;^ y.^ y,.-,...,,;,,^ ���-:���  POOL   ROC'IV]  GOOD, STABLING  ;lMEKQc  DISGOVER^, B. G.  THE7;:DININQ .TROGM ���/ISTTUNDB^  MRS.. ROXBOROUGH; 7p -gOOD^J^EPIN^; ACCOMMODATION:.  ONDY ..THE; BEST::QUALITY OE-\ CJOODS ��� USED A.T .THE ;BAR  :7::;3AKERY;IiSr;TC0NN^  ��I11B,;  In.the matter of schools:' Two  teachers have been secured "and the  necessary grant to ensure the tuition of the children, for a year to  come. The hospital grant has been  enlarged, the Doctor himself very  generously making a donation of  some -$.|.oo worth of--instruments.  ,'IIis efforts ou behalf of this worthy  institution are indeed.praiseworthy.  As to the Cemetery and the clearing and fencing of same: The  money already .subscribed .will be  hauii'.-rl over to the government  agent and the work proceeded with  as souu/'ts possible.  Al this juncture tlie question of  the .'lesoluiioii.',' drawn up at a  p.ibk-rs' uieeliug on Spruce cieek  and lorwarded 10 the Doctor, was j power, to have construction slart on  brought up, .-ind, one 'by one, fully |G. T. P. without any further 1111-  a:;..\eted   and   disjiosed   of.     The j nessary delay.     The government is  Dealing with the. water question:  It was explained   that  next,session  the /Water   Glauses   Consolidation  Act  would  come up Tor a complete  revision, and then such measures,as  are favorable to the miners in   this  district would be /introduced by our  member.     Mr. -Robert McKay then  asked a.number of questions, which  were alTanswered,   we think, fully,  aiid satisfacLorily,   good reasons being given for any and all of our representative's . actions and moves. 'If  the.miners, and others who imagine  or who have real troubles or grievances, would  speak upin the'same  straight-forward  way   'Old   Timer'  did, it would be a blank sight better  for themselves and save -much" work  and worry for our member.  Speaking of the general policy of  tlie government, the'1' Doctor said  they were doing their very best to  hold for the people the land, persistently shutting off the attempts  of niouied corporations and combines to grab huge tracts of the  country for speculative purposes.  The individual may go on the land  and deal directly with the government, securing his portion either by  home-steading or purchase. As to  railways: They were sparing no  pains   and   would   do  all   in  their  KONRAD   WAWRICCKA,   MA'NAGKR..  ?a*ew&rs--\-&ff- tLager. Usa^B?   e*B?,w,  SMALL- AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  iTs  THE KOOTENAT  &.&&&.&&&>  e^g^S^^S?^!^P^jP^^.D^.9^^-.9^.^^  aUTEL.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  The Bar is supplied   with   none   hut  the   best brands of Liquors  and Cigars.    iMrsl-class Billiard and Poof Tables.  I   ��11E. 'R'O'YAL'".HOTEL,  ���| DIXON    &   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  ���       - -     :  �� FIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT    IN   CONNECTION.  tlli):Ci..,H WINtS. I.IUU0H5 AN!) CIOAMS CASi; GOODS A    SI'i.CI\LIY.  Cornel' Pearl and First Streets,  Atlin, ��. C.  3  M  m  ���m  'T W  :M  . ���srt  ���I  ���i5l  t;i  1  Mi  ' IT  .���ii  ^ff^^'e^^''ii';3^:^^^^'^'<S'^:<3'4��<3v3-iJ<Ct3<J^3   ^^^'^^'<!^'<^^:��^'^^<Sse'-dr^<lJi��'^^j;iJ^^^ 0  .a��i^  7 ;iua Strong cbuhuandiug;posili.ou>iud:  ./Table/to/sptak'"with- authority;;1 y'y :'\  ��� p The/Japanese /invasi7:i;:wa��, tnlro-:  7 duced, aiitl it wassbowu w here: this  7 is du: eiitirely/uOn-pbUliealTaffair.;  ,pTIie provineial'- legislature TliasTre-  7/pea ted ly,and,unanimously' put;meas-  - TuresbeforeT.theT federal houHCywith;  T ;a, yie\v, -of.y.controlling;  the���/influx  T Of OrienlalsT.into '6iii: fair-province.,  ,Tii7e very! us taiice.;; the;.; [U'o^'i nee. .'was  ;'turned down.';   7 ;tt AvillTlie a'Tbitttii^  Tfighi,.;ljut.oui'.prcn-iucial,i'epi'eseuta-;  p. lives,- aiid Dominion,representatives:  pal^b/:Hvin; insist'Ton "Oti r: rights: "a iid::  ..;���;. the^peOpleTTareTaii ;;.one,,iii. backing  dthe:m>;d��d'dd^  ;7.7 Tin ^concluding; his /'remarks;; he  ' Tassiired; his,Jaudieuce,dhatd^lthb';  ;T; he; hadTTtuiiiierousT/and-.'.. responsible  ^//dulies'lo^aLtend/tb./as.aTiuiiiis^ef;^  :::,;.theTcabi netj: yet ;all,; quest ioiis;.apper-  :Tainiug tohis.; district T\y6uld:receive  '���''/���first vc'dhskl.^  ,finstead; offfiudingTfault ;with,the;,ad-  7Tmiiiisfratioiidt street/corners pr:in  their; cabins,;th;.ose:.coucerned -'would:  7; write/to^,-him; and ;slale'7;their case.;  T h e y; w oiilcl: be, a u s w e re dan d.; a i i 'eh ��  :;deavor at. once; made to have7 their,  -;/wrongs'; righted.T;- Comepont,fairly.  :T/audysquarely 7 and 7sayT/what.;pypu  .:':-,,.waiit;-.-,M  ;y gr o.u ch i a g .about, Ti ke a; iii ait T'wi t h a"  ; .'Job's'7 comforter' ���on'������ his . elbow.  ..'���' Go str'aigh t.-'-Ti.o'��� headquarters ; with  your, 'kick' audThave it atteudedTo..  7   .; Winding, up   by   thanking those  present for giving him such a good  ���hearing,   and . again   assuring them  ; that their interests' were,safe in his  '"-keeping;- that lie would continue, to  7 bring    forward:,   and  .: press   every  measure that tended  for the betterment of the district lie represented,:  . the' Doctor sat down,  midst  hearty  . applause", y    < '���'-  ���-.'.--   A unanimous..vo.te/of/thanks-was  passed, aiid tendered toour member,  by   the/chairman,:..S.   H.   Plumbe,  and'.'tli'e. meeting .was.brought to a.  close. -       ������_..:-'  Hon. Dr. IL-E. Young was the  recipient'of many hearty congratulations from his friends and,supporters, who gathered around after  the meeting, to shake hands and  wish him success, and also to pledge  their support to him in his proud  and honorable position in the Jirit-  ish Columbia legislature.  Canada will soo'ii place one: or  more '-new coins in circulation, which  will be Soon after the opening'of the  new.mint-in December next. It is  practically arranged that there shall  be a new piece of the value of two  cents coined from nickel. This will  be the first time that nickel, though  one of Canada's great minerals, has  been used for Canadian coinage.  Driving: -.'-.White:', Labor  Fforri / i he-North;  7, :'Wnt; Sloan,:-M.; V:, says:lhat;steps  .nviist-beTtaken'lo,.pre\'eiit; 'Japanese  iiii.iiiignition". ' ���'��� '".���'������������ '''p-'.rp:'"-'-7-;/'' 7'..''.'.:''���  /,./:;:;:/; ��� ..,,,. ,���.'���,   /./... ,//...i^'p-,"' ���;   c/  ,../���/, ,;:/  .:T;':'Uuqualifiecily,:TI7ani against.Tllie  use of ; the ,, Ja'p;iucse,7br aiiy other;  Orieiital labor iiiiT/Jhiiish': Col tiiiibiay  .tiriiiydistrict'theeucroaehi.nenls.Tof  the JapaiieseTand   the .gradual ib rc-  '������'���-'-���:���. ��� ���<-���./ .'.,:-',-::->:.-',--. - d ���.������'��� /���'.. ;>-- -".':/'"  ing, put/of wbitcTlaboiyareTlo; be: seen  fi;ouinhe nortlr toahe sptilliTT/Gradr  iiallyTthis;change/is;1:being brought:  .abpii.tV.;:aii'cl-;.-,.t-he-,..;pipiieers', are-being  eliniibated.;,;; Uhlessdhe iin migration ;o f, Japanese T is prevented--aud  steps iuust'-be;T,talcfen:-to :that:eiid~--;  theThien /bf7;that; ra'ce",-would soon  control the:laboi'miarket/''/Tpp 7p;/  ,;: "i',-.'T-hevthiii. edge .of: tlieTwedge/bf  Orieiital; labor; inT"the:p)lacer'miiies;  of theTNbrtlr,hks!been'driveii/inTthe  ;A;tli.n.;.;; canip^y where ;:the;-; Japanese.  wereTintrbcliiced; this ..season.- , The.  only result/of this, must be the driv.--  ing.out of-the.":\v,hites..w'lib.pioneered.  that'cbuutryTahdp:ma;de;it -what.;it/is;  today;';'/- T;; --p :pf /;-d;'./:; d'; 7, ;:t; :T;  ;/-7''The coastyliue7,bf "my:constituency, -,'which ������"'ek.teii,ds':7frbm''V'H6;we  Sound aibtthvyard/asTfar; as :the-.'13ritT.  ish.Coluuibia.c.oast:;.extends, is also  flooded; with/JapaueseTlabbrengag:  ediiiTthe fislVeries.7; ;Ther,eV7tbp^"the  .whites  are ;, gradually , being driven  but,;theirTplaces Being, taken byythe  Japaiiese7.T ;The";sefibiisuess  of the  situation I .thoroughly  realize,  and  everything in my power I will do to  put! a stop to   the, Japanese iuvas-.  ion.    The urgency of action is now  being ..impressed   on   the authorities  as never before, .andj look Tor some:  satisfactory   solution . of   the, problem:" :d ''':���������..;\[- ���;������''    '      [:<::���'  ::;'''.We.British Columbians have for,  years been boasting to the  world of  Our���   nalural : resources,    "and"'.'.the  potentialities'' of TourT-undeveloped  wealth-in mineral, -.. timber; :and fish;.  and . if those, natural resources are  not capable   of  producing sufficient  wealth to support white labor,  it is  time we .ceased-talking about them.  However,    I   know,   and    so  does  every   white   man   in   the country,  that we can suppoit white labor and  that there is no necessity for the introduction   of the'-Japanese; coolie.  British Columbia has been pioneered by the  white men, and by them  its development must be continued."  oci^a^ttop^aw.'^  .},-���  nw^  mmM'imM:^  &.  ^e:ESii'7i:./:ii>:F05as:Ei3:7:stE^'TS:  oaam-Si��x.'-.��JW:i& ^-r^s<^Jii^C3j?s-iaviiiiariJ^r^i��2i^i:  .���s^a.aiCJsr/).-T;.'r��.w*J�� -  /PDULrRY:.T.0p:::ALL^:KINDSi-'::;DrfessedT;fe  <xt&c2rrrJtt?ttTve.vTzrJX^��zxrM.cJi.,JtuL.V-\ ��m j_- sarcscjra��a*��>��n bkvwk  :;;|.7 CIIR IS;: 7TOKI^  ^����:^mpm^  Tiirbugh:TyLine';T;;f^  ;T'';Tp/TT TTDawsoit"aiid all interriiecliate;points, pd;./   -d p.':.;..'-:.7;7  Finelyaiapoin-tcd trains :dai!y, except ^^^S  77;7ajic|TWhi1:ehovsey CaiM'y passenge  ���V,''-7!d'vflME^^  :.���:::; [ ���: --��� ,  d.No. 1;��� Nortii BoiiikIV | ^Q- 2.-rSouili lJb'tiiitiiT'T:;-:77;7T/."777-':'���':''���;. ;'7'/T -;   -//  -;,;: T'-7:--:,;.:77.:v,:T7: ������ 9.B0n.m. id :TsKAGUA!Y-TTAi'.-:'.i.!)ni).iviv.'T':;:- ::.-'7.7;..'/T7 :������.;::;  ���-���7:T -::':  --./' ."���'-������/a.lil.'i-i.mvliv: - !: CARIBOU,:/ Lv.ll.50 a.m. p . ,-/: .< ���:. :.-::.,'���; 7   '..-;  ;-:,,-;:;;.: ;;;/.: T.;,.t.so.���p.hy.-.'Ar.:.WH.iTK.ii.pKSii!:-.Lv.-;9.;80_nim. d:-"''-'vT'v;-iT7Tp;.-'7-T:-T-;V������'''������':  T^yTT ::/.;���'7-;���.>;;:; TIM'E 7  ������'���������:'"'      r.'envc CARl.iiOU.r, p. m.Mdmluys,././Avi'ivo.'ATLTN 0 u.:in. Tunsdnysv , , ���/  ������-,.-���  ���'.-���'. ���-'������" .' -:,."'"       n p. in. Thiirsiliiys,    /   /":/    '���:���"��� ,;--'ll.-ii-.'hi. Ki'idnysi-/ ������/..'���-. ������-.���/���-.-i  Xcrivo ATLIN n p. m. U'lifsiliiys, /    ., ,fArrive CAR1.130U .7 a. in. Wetlncsdiiys.  ./  -'���-;��� :.'7::.:-���-"--7l:: /���-'-'-��� -5 p. jn.;.Kridays, ���..:.. .7-.:,: "7:'7-..:T.;,/-',7.C.7'7:77;;i^-'>'.-..SiVt:.<il;^liy^-../-    .���:.--'-7-/'-;  '"���"'.'.7-'..1ii0;iibiiniis "ofb'nggkga will bo cliecltect fi-eawitli/civoli fiill I'ai'p tiolcet; and 7nrpouiitl,;/   ;  witli c'lVOli.lialf faro tic.Uut.. j. . 7 7;   ' TTT/ '-/' ':-'';: ��� ,/T :/;/':.:': ./TT -'':./��� /.,.,T //,,/:/       ." " ";���     --.  :-;: ������''���: :;::Vttsscni?evs.Tin��st':'-li'd at,deputs iii time to Iiayi3 _lliiBKng^::iiisp;cot.e<l;ti'iiU 6liccUcJ../'.T ; TT7 7  :,7/'/.i/;yinieSchedtileViu;oriul>jbot;t:o,oliaiiKo without iioticc. '/.7TT7T-:    7 7   '7 --TT'T    ././'..   ,7;  TT;'7;T'77-;T:y      ��� di/v/iSS?",,- Bpggage.. - Bonded yThrough.-;T.;7/7,T7-;7:T;,;.77iT./T7TT;  v ::-*:-- Fpi- 'itiforimiiioir-vblut.i  apply, to any ukeiit of;tho Compaiiy of to.' /   ,; "/   /T7T'7':'rv"-7':;^7 '".'"T'7 *'' d-  A.:r7BKRDOE7:6dii. Mgi-.,  7Y.aticoiivev,B.C; and  % ;'-:    p'SlviiKiipiy,.Alaska. ,  Tj'.'.LlPSCOWl'BEr-  ,,   Agent, Atlin.  .]. IT. ROGERS, lYaltic Mauagci:.,  ���" Viuicoiivcr, H. 0., aiid  /..       .SkiiKuay,; AlasUa.     ;;.  %"!"{:  ��V���W  waiai  larciwar  IRON   PIPING,   STEEL   AND  ;I3AR IRON,  ^PYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,;-.;. 7 - .'��� /;."',":  :GAS0l^^Bf}��:y ;;:dv;d  STEEdSHINGLES and CORRUGATED IRON'.  Thel,atest Magazines��� at C. R.  Bourne's. '  \mt  1 ��,;. iC  m  Storks, in ; Atuk and DiscoyEsv*;;  ^��������-*-<>-0-*-��-��-��-<>-��-<~>-'  �����-���-��-��-���-���-��-��-���>,  .fi.  1?'  ^  i  Successors to J. H. Riohai-dson.  LATEST vSTYLES'IN GENT'S EURNISHINGS      7  DRY GOODS, CARPETS, kOUSE FURNISHINGS,  GOLD SEAL HI 1'. GUM BOOTS AND SHOES,  1<ULL LINE Ol- MINERS.GLOVES AND MITTS.  S'I'ORKS AT. ATLIN ANJ> I->IS(X:>VKR^'  <&^-*-<>-^-o-<>-��-*-*->-��-��-<,-��-'  -<-��-<"��-��-��-*-��^>.  Unless a person knows how to  use what he Icarus, he is like a carpenter carrying to and fro a load of  boards, with no saw, no hammer,  no nails io fashion them into useful  for m.  JOSEPH PALMER  Dealer in Boots and Slices  .DISCOVERY, B. C.  celling at am  i  No reasonable offer refused  for   the   business  en  bloc.  A splendid slock of Men's and  Women's Fine .Shoes. Also good  values in Heavy Working Shoes.  The building, tools, machinery, etc.,  to be sold cheap.  JOB PRINTING AND' COMMERCIAL WORK.  CARDS, POSTERS AND HAND BILLS & &  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.'  ;zd;dl  THE CLAIM OFFICE;., ���Amfm^  :.7-7 ;ih a Strong cbutiuanding position aud  7y./Table;to; speak'"with 'authority 7" ������.':[. ���:'���"  :;/., :,rThe/Japanese/iuvasi/uOya��;.i'iitrp-/  7   duced, audit Was. shown \y here: this;.  7 T:; is dib entirely /nOn-'pblilical,"affair.,  p pTlie   provineial"' legislature 7bas.re-  p;;.peatecllyT,aiid,iinaiiiuiously' put-men's'-'-  -������'"iires before;.theT federal house,;,with;  .77  ;a, yiew, -of.:,;.contro 11 ing7;the.-'-influx"  ;.. T Of OrienlalsT.iiito 'ourfair-province.,  .TiiTevery instaiiceythe;.province.,was  7y . -'turned down.'; :,/ It TwillTlje; aTbiLtei'T  ;/   T fight, but .our .piw-iuci;d,rbpi'eseuta-;  y ;, tivbspaiid- Dominion, representatives'  ���/^''������f^a)&p7?wiil7 nis'ist-'"-':;oi>:^7o;tir-'.'-i'lg-lit;4'^'a!"icl;  7.,/;, -th'eVv people ;;ardaS;;.one;,;iii-backing  df'Hieihd^dd  ;P7;..7 Inp,concluding; his/remarks/;he;  ,7' Tassiired; his-::audience,dhatd^'thb';  7,; he; had/TuuiiierbusT/and,responsible  ;.,//duties'lb;; attend, to y;as.aTmiiiis^ef;bf;  dT/the vcabi net j- yet;all:;questions:.apper-  p;:Tainiug tOhis.; district: \ybuld:receive:  ^T'7'':.;firstv;'c'diisideratiQni.: and/asked thaty:  :    ,,,instead; offfinding:fault ;\vith,the;;ad-  T/T Tmi ii ist ratioiidt street/coriiers/pr/m  their/cabins,; thpse;cpuceriied;-would  v-//vvritevtOf ,him; and ."'"slate y-tli.eir case.-  /;:  :They,;would;;be;auswefed and;;an;eii��  .;7/deavor at. once  made !tohave7their  . T7 wrongs'; rigliled.T; - Cbmepout',fairly  p: T/audp squarely 7 and.;: sayT/what /./you  ' / 7, wan t;-.-,': iiistead'p of7 '���' grp\ v 1 ing'7p ;a ucl  :;yry.gro.uching,.about,Ihke a"maiiT\vith;a"  /'Job's':, comforter'-���-on   his . elbow.  '..;.'��� Go  straight.: to   headquarters; with  your, 'kick' audThave it atteudedTo;  .7   ; Winding, up   by   thanking those  Tpresent for giving him such a good  ���hearing,   and   again   assuring them  ; that theif'iiiterests7 were, safe in his  T ';:keeping, that lie would continue.-to  "-"/'��� bring    forward/   and  ; press   every  measure that  tended  for the betterment of the district he represented,-  . the Doctor sat down,  midst hearty  -., applause', ,;'  < '���"��������� ���/���';;  :...,'-   A unanimousTvo.te/of/thanks-was  passed,, aiid tendered toour member,  by   the, chairman,:..S. TI.   Plumbe,  and the. meeting .was.brought .to a.  close. -       ���:..-���'  lion. Dr. TL-E. Young was the  recipient of many hearty congratulations from his friends and,supporters, who gathered around after  the meeting, to shake hands and  wish him success, and also to pledge  their support to him in his proud  and honorable position in the Jirit-  ish Columbia legislature.  Driving White Labor :.-'" .yd;  '���'���!; V':.:���: - TT   From TheT North;  Canada will soon place one; or  more '-new coins in circulation, which  will be soon after the opening'of the  new.mint-in December next. It is  practically arranged that there shall  be a new piece of the value of two  cents coined from nickel. This will  be the first time that nickel, though  one of Canada's great minerals, has  b'jen used for Canadian coinage.  7,TWnii Sloany-M; P.y/says:lhat;steps  mustbeTlaken'loT. present;..-'.Japanese:  immigration; ' ���'- "7,,-' . y7-7.::':,/:'"���'-.,'���T/'7,T;:.:'  /.//:;:/;   ..���,,,,���,,���-'   '../������- ,." /,.;^7V."' '.   c/   ,./,���::, ,;:/  /T/':'Uuqualifiedly,:TI7aiii against.Tlhe  use   of; the :, Ja'p;tiiese,TTor a'n.3' other;  Oriental labor; iiipBriiish'Cbluinbui.  Iii.'lily clistrict/tlie;encroaeliinen ls7bf  the Japaiiese/and   the .'gradual iprc-  ing, put/of .whi'tcIaboiyareTlb; be: seen  fi:oui/the north IpTthe splithd-Grad-!'  iiallyTihisehaiige/is'beiug brought  abputp:a;iid7,tbe,.;pioueers; are,being  eliniina"ted.;,;; Uhlessdhe   iinmigra-  tioii;of JapaneseTis   preyepteddaud  Steps ihust'-be;7lalcfen:-to:that:eiid~���;  theTxneiv ,bf;,/that; ra'ee/' would soon'  control the:hiboi-;miai'ket/''T:;77 77:'::  7:TV'PhevthiuTedge. of; tlieTyvedge/'df  Orieiitar;;iabbrT;in:7the;p)lacer'miiies  of theTNbrthThas'been'driveii/inTthe  Atliir./cantpiy; where" thdjapanese;  were/introduced; thid^easoiw , The  only result/of this, must be the driving, out of.theAvjiites..wlib.pioneer.ed  idiat'cbuutry.a'iidy:rxiade;it what/it is  today;':'7-T;; "-p>py / ;''-d;'/:':f:::\7-���[::'l  7--7'-'The-coast;:liue7,bf "my Constituency, -,'which TekteiidS'.'frpm /Howe  Sound ;nbithward/asTfar:as the British, Columbia..coast,.extends, is also  flooded/.with/JapaueseTlabbrengag:  ediiiTthe fislVeries.7; :Ther,eV7:tbp^"the  whites aire ;, gradually . being driven  put,; their; places Being, taken by.the  Japanese; 7 ;The "seriousness of.Tt.he  situation I .thoroughly realize, and;  everything in my power I will do to  put! a stop to the, Japanese inyas-.  ion. The urgency of:action, is now  being .impressed on the authorities  as never before, ,aiid;l look :for sotue.  satisfactory solution of the problem:" :d " 7-ppT'���.,;',���'���'; yT   /" y,,/.--'  /; ''.We.British Columbians have for,  years been boasting to the world of  Our��� natural :Tresonrces, : and 7the  potentialities' of TourT .undeveloped  wealth in mineral;'-..timber, and fish;.  and . if those, natural resources are  iiot capable of producing sufficient  wealth to support white labor, it is  time we ceased talking about them.  However, I know, and so does  everv white man in the country,  that we can suppoit white labor and  that there is no necessity for the introduction of the Japanese;coolie.  British Columbia has been pioneered by the white men, and by them  its development must be continued."  <s>a<w:i<Ko:<>'p:<><2<9'0^  rm  li^^'iiii?^  mm.  -:;^:R:issii'7i:pii>:Fy5as:Ei3;^  - nwv3Ud  p; :;;.:/;: 7 ;/Pou!:mYp.0P:.^  :ip;'ilfiHl^��;:��^  ThroughyTLine';/;^  ;;;T;7pT:T : ;;,T   7/TDawsoh ah  Finely --.'appointed -trainsTdaiiy, except ^  T   ;: and sne3 Express..,-7 :.T;y7  :: /,;,/-/T.:;;:;''TdV!VlETSCHEDUL&  "���//i ������',-'' ���: ���"- ; d.No. 1;��� Nortii BonirclVr No. 2.-r-SoutIi 15oiiiici;7'/ :;Tv7pp777;-p' ;'7T : '.--.-���  ���'-'; ������ ;; ���':'���:.���'!������:���: T'.:v,7.p, ��������� O.BO'n.m. bv.   TsKAGU^Y ,7 A i-. .1.30 p.ivi.   7 :','.-'���- ,"77;.'T7:T;:7.:  '���"���������������7;-7->;--:'''7-i:--'.'.-r;!,--:'2.iii:ri.mviiv;-' : caribou,:. r.v.it.no a.m.-7:'  '--'7 - :���::..-:  ;-:,-./:: y;y7.pU.��0-'p.nK'A:v.:WIUTK.]ipK31i!;Lv^9:80_n:m  TWV7V ::/.;������',���: ;'..h:::'Tlivi!E-;SC'K  Leave"GiV-R1.110U,.r>- \>- ni. Mducluys, ���.  ,','   ' ':'-'/��� / "  ".' -..-' Ti p'.-.ui.- Thiirsiliiys,  ���fJionvo/A.'rr.IK H p. m. U'lif'Siluys,  ;,  :    -1',-/1:   ���-''     .5 |i. in. I'Yida.vs, ���-.!.. ;/.  /Ari'ivo/ATL'f.N 0 u.iii. 'J.'iinsdn.vs.  ;./"://    -,."'  / Uriu hi./tj'i'idiiysi-:-'.'..'    '���'-.'  rAvrive GAK1.130U .7 a. in...AVeflncsduys'.-  :'"7:'7:������".'./ ���'���:��� ������'.'.:.'������:7 ti. in. SntiirduyS. /  "���".,. T-' ��� .1ii0.:iibimcis"pf-.l��hfirsr��iKp-'.wlli--bb- ciiecltecl.Freo.--ivitli";cticli;fuirfa'v6 ticket mid 7Drpouiiti ,  ..with ciVoli.liiilf fu'ro tickut.. j. .77'   ' 7.T/'-/' :'.'���'���:���'���.: :,/T :///:.:': ..;-7: '-:./���";,.,;; //,/:'/      ." ���";���  '//'^/Viissoiikei's.niiistUc at,depots iiVtimo to.lmyi3 lliiS(rngo;iiisiicote<l;iii.id cliccUcd.../:.-  ////Time Selied tjlos arc "d't'ilijb'cth'to.clKiiigq without notice.-:j:\:..;.:::::: :.y.:/:;:,::; :.:'r   ././'..  TTT/T-TT-'-TT.;1'    ��������� ���T.p-;.y,--;ffifflS*:;,- Bpg3age.7B.orided7"T"lii,ough.-T.T' /T,T7';7:T;..'.7T7T./T';T;.;  :-r"-- .l?or;'itiforinatioir'ToltU:ivo--.to-.-PasspiiKcir,:17roish.tv.iKxi)rc.sX-iy.>f},-.;To^K?^PilJTJ��"t<^.  apply, to any airent of tho Compaiiy of to.' /   ,7 7 ,. :T7 7: ^77: 7 ~T77  TTd'fpI  AJ-^^UliR'DO'E.'-'Go'ii.. Ugv.  y.aiicoiiveivB.C; and  v,;-:. vv/'Sk'tt'Eiiajv.Aitisifa.;-  Tj'.'.UPSCOWl'BEr-  ,,   Agbnt, Atlin.  .]. IT. ROGERS, ���Ti'allio.AluimBci:,  ���" yuiicoiivcr,'.H. C aiid  /./.SkaKiiay, Alaska.  ^JL,  ��V���'i  mi  iarciwarc'1  IRON  PIPING,   STEEL   AND  TEAR IRON,  ^DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,;-., 7 - T .7  gasoei-ne::''VI^'p:.::':''['-:\':'^[l-'':f--'':"'f ���',':r-;':".  STEEdSHINGLES and CORRUGATED IRON'.  (WM��  1  ��T  H  �����<  Storks, in/ATtiNANBDiscovicRYi.  ��-��������-*-<���-�����-���-��-��-���-<>-��-<.-��  -���-*-��-��-*-��-^@  The Latest Magazines��� at C. R.  Bourne's. '  ;ors..to J. H. Richni'dson.  LATEST vSTYLES'IN GENT'S EURNISHINGS  DRY GOODS, CARPETS, HOUSE FURNISHINGS,  GOLD SEAL HIIV GUM BOOTS AND; SHOES,  h'ULL LINE Ol- MINERS.GLOV.es AND MITTS.  <&-���-*-<>-��-��-*->-��-*-��-��-��  -4^��- <����-��-��- *-��^>'  Unless a person knows how to  use what he Icarus, he is like a carpenter carrying to and fro a load of  boards, with no saw, no hammer,  no nails to fashion them into useful  form.  JOSEPH PALMER  Dealer in Boots'and Slices  .DISCOVERY, B. C  Selling at and below, cost.  No reasonable offer refused  for   the   business en  bloc.  A splendid slock of Men's and  Women's Fine .Shoes. Also good  values in Heavy Working Shoes.  The building, tools, machinery, etc.,  to be sold cheap.  cU?  JOB PRINTING AND COMMERCIAL WORK.  CARDS, POSTERS AND HAND BILLS j* j*  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.'  ..'..   THE CLAIM OFFICE;.,'  mmmwsmtiiiimtammmm ATLIN,    B.   C.     SATURDAY,    AUGUST   31,    1907.  A.  B.  Excursion.  n  Ou   Saturday, 'August 24II1,   the  steamer Scotia lelt Pearl   street slip  with a good-sized   crowd   of excursionist'-,   consisting of  a number of  the  A1 otic   Brotherhood   and  their  guests,   bound   for   10-mile 1'oinl���  and a good time.     The day proved  an ideal one, which   drew a sigh   of  unfeigned relief from the committee  who had the prepar.itio.ns iii.charge.*1  After   a   pleasant run   of  a   couple  of hours the .Scotia  was benched in  a   lovely    bay   and   the   picnickers  went ashore to put in time till lunch  was announced,   which, they did in  various   ways   (put   in   the time in  various ways,   dear   reader),  strolling about Hie sandy beach, playing  catch,   shooting   al bottles,   which,  strange   lo  say,   are found in large  quantities on llic shore iii that vicinity, evident^   washed   up from the  lake     However,   back to the picnic  ��� and lunch. 'The repast was something   to    remember,    as   no  pains  were spared by the cateiers to make  theii branch a special feature.    And  the way the   solids,   not salads, and  the dainties disappeared,   say!   they  did enjoy 'cm.      After all had minis tticd lo the interior, it was decided  to go along to Pike river, so gathering 'up   the   remains   of the' feast, iS J  which ivould still fill  about   twelve  baskets, the throng  embarked  and  the steamer glided along to the sec-  , ond landing place.    It proved to be  a beauty   spot.       All  ashore! once  again.     Say,   just   for fun, did you  ever put a handful  of sand down a  fellow's neck?      It's great fun, thai  is for the   others,   and if he's good-  natured   he'll   stand   for   it.    Next  to putting a chunk of ice in a man's  pocket, it's fine fun.    Some tried to  get   lost   in   the woods,   some went  fishing, some   were���well,  anyway,  when   supper was   announced they  weic  ail  there   with, big appetites.  They fell to with such a gusto tliat  the hearts of the committee rejoiced.  And   evening   came   gently down.  The   trip    home,   over   Ihe smooth  ��� waters of the lake, was delightful.  Brother Hickman entertained a  highly appreciative audience in his  own inimitable (good word that)  way, with sentimental find comic  songs. The representative of out-  local brewery is reported as having  'a svell dime' and don't cliew lorged  id.'    Some of the boys  sat around  ��� on empty kegs, no, boxes, and  'swopped' yarns, others might have  been indistinctly discerned in the  dim comers, whispering sweet sayings into the recesses of a parasol  or of some milinery creation. They  all had a good time���because they  said so; not only the chaps in the  corners, but the .whole party. All  pretty tired when the}- got home.  It took just exactly twelve hours to  a minute to make the trip, and if  you don't believe it ask Faxton, the  village statistician, he has two  watches, they both go and they're  right, sometimes. It was a fine  picnic, 'twould have been better if  they had been more corners.  DISCOVERY,    11.  C.  imt.~T-('I,,\Sri DIM.NO   ItOOM  uooi) c'u:.��n kooms  only th;; ukst goods  \:.<VA) AT 'I'llli HA It.  ED.   SANDS,  Proprietor.  Proprietors.  H amp-ion   &���   Durie,  Discovery.  OPKN DAY AND NfGHT.  REST ,:YUK ANT  fmlt'i' Kiitirel.v Now .MiiiinKCiiicut.  Hfudfiiiurf.fjrs  for Dixon's stuuro.  $, ATLINTO LODGE  Jj$S\ A. F. & A. M.  '%M(g%<f;' No. -12, O. li. II. C.  ivdd"$s  y  X-pvd' \ liPKiilur  eonuniinicii-  V "'       tions  held 011 tho   Jirst  Thursday of each month in   tin: A. (). U. \V.  Hull, Third Street.  Visitiiiji lirol.hroii cordiallv invited.  The next, l-eMiilar communication  will  lie  hold on Thursday, rieptcinhor r,th, tit 7.110 p.m.  By ordered' Ihe \V. II.  C. It. UOUKNIi, Rechbtaiiy.  3/       BARBER SHOP.  -\      yi.      r, n ��� ���- y ����������ir j- [.thvm mn riT.i-M-nTm.limu  I-R1CD  J-IIIJU.DS,   J'ROP.  BATHS  FIFTY CICNTS  Private   Kutmucc for Ladies.  .'^.r.vw.w.':'' -_=-j*n?.  I  A  Remember to not forget tliat on  Monday night, .September the two,  the boys who run the steam shovel  on Tar Flat, and some of them who  clou'1, are giving a benefit dance  in .dd of the hospital.  yvi:<;pi,i5 cf t'.ar.nil:an tlomestciiil  llemilations.  \ NY avniliilili! Dominion Lauds within  ���Jil_ the Railuay Hull in Urilisli Columbia,  may he hoyiio^tended by any person who is  tho sole licuil of u family, or any male over IS  years of hhu. to llio extent of oue-iiuarter  section ut' lliil lii'i'BS more or less.  lin'ry rmisl hi' made personally at the local  laud oiiieo for the district in wliich the land  is situate.  'i'lii! homesteader is' re<|iiired to perform  tiio conditions connected therewith under  one of the l'ollowii:;r plans:  (I) At Ji'u.! :-i:c months' resilience upon and  c.iiltivat i:;n ol the land in caeli year for three  years.  (i) If the father (or mother, if the Father is  dcccr.s'jd) of (hi; homesteader resides upon a  fiii-iii in the vicinity of the hind entered for,  the i":i:inremorUs as to residence may be  sntisliodli.vsiK.il person residing- with tho  father or mother.  (:!) If the senior has his permanent resi-  dr'nee upon tannin;:;- land owned by him in  the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements tv.' !o re-idcuco may be satisfied by  residence upon the laid land.  Six months' notice in writing should bo  jriveu to theCoinmissioiier of Dominion Lands  at OttiiAwi ol intent ion lo apply for patent.  Goal lands may he purchased at $10 per acre  for soft coal and fylO for anthracite. Not more  than "2o acres can he aciiuirod by une individual or company. Koyalty at the rate of  ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall he collected on the |ii'os:( output.  W. W.COIIY,  Depuly of t ho.Minisier of the Interior.  N.il.���Unauthorized publication of thisad-  vcHi-i ni"nt iviil not bo paid for. jy2l-(lm  NOTICE.  To The  Hon.   the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works:  ���I hereby make application to purchase Uu townsite purposes a piece  of ground beginning at the N. Ii.  cotikT of the Wynton townsite  thence ,iu a uortlierly direction a  distance' of about 600 feet, to the  boundary post of British Columbia  aii'i the -Yukon Territory thence  westerly 1,500 feet thence southerly  about 600 feet to the Wynton town-  site thence east along said townsite  line lo the place of beginning.  KT/I J.  PROUI7X.  Wynton, B.C., July 23th, 1907. S28  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  ALASKA    ROUTE   SAILINGS.  ai  Sep.  e<s.<s  iviuay ���  =  Sailing from Slcagway 8p.m.  Direct,,to Vancouver  and Victoria.  TriuisporMiiK by rail or skiamer lo .Sculllo without extra ulini'KO *  4  Wo i?ivo iiuiclf service     Mo intcinieilinto calls.  |i"or rates or iul'oi'iiialioii aiiply to  Aareut, Sluitfwny.  oM/:  <��>* 4> �� ��-i  USE OUR ADVERTISING  Placing before tlie public  the many advantages- of  tlie district is the object of  This cannot be  success-  fully accomplished without the generous support of  the  business  people and  the residents.  SEND US TOUR SUBSCRIPTION  *-��� -<^<��-e-*-*~��- ���>-+���*-+-* $>  '        WllV  HKNU  OUT  WIIJSN   YOU  c;,\:,   C1KX GOODS  .\B C1IKA1' 1IE1IK .J -  Atlin, Nttsget and   Grape   Rings  and all hinds of Jewelry manu  fuctured on the premises.  Kino  New Stoelc  of   Watches,  Clocks, Jewelry..-nml ' Diamonds  Watches from $5.00 up. . Aiionts for Colunihla Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons,  JULES EGGERT k SON, atun and WSCovKKy,  safety Deposit Vaults       Watchmakers' and Manufacturing Jcwelrs.

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