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 I ���'������  VOL.    22.  ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY.    'DISCKMBER     f'5-   '9o6.'  ���NC."3S8i  TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting News  From Many Quarters.  '[HI'lEOIAi; TO Tllit ULA1M.1  Ottawa, Dec 13.���Colonel Piu-  -ault, the deputy minister, of militia,  died yesterday.  -Shanghai, Dee. 13.���Revolution-:|  laryand anti-foreigu riots-have again  (broken out at Ping K'ian,. all of the  foreigners are leaving. Imperial  droops have beeu .sent lo quell the  -uprising.  Victoria, B.C., Dec. 13.��� The  heaviest gale in. the last- twenty-five  years has been raging along the  <oast from .Vancouver Island to  ���California. The wind has reached  ia velocity of 76 miles an' hour. Considerable damage been done tobuild-J  iugs at Nanaima. The bark Colma  foundered off Cape Beale. The  crew reached tbe sJiciire. wa small  iboats. "' ' " '    "     '���  Yuma, Arizona, Dec. 13.���The  ^Colorado river hasvo��ce .more broken from its natural channel'and is  aiow flowing into the Salton Sink.  iProperty valued - at $25,000,000 iu  danger of destruction-:  Ottawa, Dec. 13.���An  official  of  the  immigration  department is on  Ks way to Vancouver to investigate'  ��� tthe Hindu question.    It is expected  aua-ny "win be deported:  Paris, Dec. 13.���The Church and  ;State Separation. Law went into ef-,  feet last Tuesday. Tlie pope has  .'forbidden the Catholics to obey the  slaw and commands-the clergy; to,  treiuaiu in their churches- uhiit'dr'iv-'  ��en out by violence; Thegovem-  iment regards this- as a.summons to  ���open rebellion.  Berlin, Dec. 13.���The Shah of  Persia; who' has' been, ailing for  -some time- past, is believed to be  ���dying.  Vancouver, Dec. 13"-���The Gug-  ���genheimers have'just-closed a deal  for the purchase of valuable claims  ?i t' the head ofthe Portland canal.  San Francisco, Dec. 13.���The  Chamber of Commerce-report shows  that in the recent disaster 3,000  acres of land was burned at a total  'loss of r$355,ooo,'ooo;ins��Taiice- on  iiame $325,000,000.  San Francisco, Dec. 13.���The  present crisis oyer the Japanese  school question lias been bridged  over for the present. Many people  predict a war between Tapan and  the United States within the next  five  years.   ���: d  San Fraucisco, Dec. 13. -One  man killed and many injured by  falling walls and buildings being  blown down by fierce gales. The  remaining walls of the Palace and  Grand , hotels have fallen into Market street, effectually blocking the  ���street car service. The shipping  has been considerably damaged.  Several large vessels dragged their |  ���anchors? ...*.'.      ���  . Port Arthur, Dec. 13.���Steamer  Monarch was wrecked on Isle Roy-  ale shortly after leaving here. The  passengers and crew escaped to  Passage island, where they have  been for several days without food'.  Tugs have been dispatched to their  assistance:  Ottawa, Dec. 14.���An adjournment of parliament is call from  December 20th to January '8th.  Vienna, Dec. 14.���Twelve bandits raided the monastery of Pav-  lovo in Russia, recently. After  sacking the place they killed all tlie  monks and then nailed the abbot to  a cross. They escaped with considerable quantity of treaswre.  Victoria, Dec. - 14.���Fetherstone  was hanged- Wednesday, for the  murder of Mary Dalton. He protested his innocence to -the last.  Brief Summary of the News.  A statement has been- made by  Rufus H. Pope, at Nelson, B. C,  that the vacant British Columbia  judgeship- was for sale for. $7;000.  All Vancouver is' talking: about it.  The scandal is assuming s-ach proportions it is is likely the law society  will call a meeting and make an investigation. J. H. Senkler and. F.  C. Wade, K.C., are spoken of ns  candidates for the position.' It was  stated that certain Vancouver barristers of standing have been so impressed with the gravity of the situation that they, had put the full facts  ���before- the- minister of justice -at  Ottawa.  ; Tshe" steamer Pheasant,. Captain  'Bcmser, - has been totally wrecked,  on the Skeeua river.    N<i'lives lost.  Chas. D. Taprell', uranager of the  C. P: R. hotel" at Vancouver, has  secured a fifteen-year lease on the-  Alberta hotel, Calgary.  Numbers of:the Hindus arriving  at Vancouver are going over into  '.tlie;United. States.  Mrs. Hanfield, a crazy'woman in  New York, threatens to shoot J.-D.  Rockfeller, if he does not cash a  million-dollar cheque. There i6 a  imatliod'iu. her. madness.  The Grand: Trunk Pacific expect  to get through the' Yellowhead pass  with a maximum grade of four-  tenths of a foot rise to the hundred?  Ten of the most desperate prisoners in the Long Island jail escaped  by sawing their way through the  window, bars, afterwards climbing  thejail wall:  The $11, .500 reward for the apprehension of the C. P. R. train  robbers, 'Bill' Miner, 'Shorty* Dunn  and Colquhouu, was divided up a  few days ago iu Vancouver. Five  members of the N.W.M.P. got  $1,350 each. Provincial Constable  Fernie $1,350. Provincial Constable  Pearse #800. E. R. Parker $500,  and three Indians $700 each.  At the New Zealand exhibition  at Chiistchurch,   the chief commis  sioner, G. S. Monro; said: Canada  is a model exhibitor. Canada was  first on the ground, and the way in  which Canada set to do things���the  style and aptness! the perfectly good  taste���fixed a standard and ' keyed  up the whole exhibition. I feel  that T owe a -lot to Canada, and the  gentle modesty of these Canadians  makes me-glad to admit tlie debit.  , ��� A movement is on foot to amalgamate all the shipbuilding concerns and docks in the province .in-;  to one large company, with headquarters al Esquimalt, .33. C. , The  movers are members of the richest;  Scottish, and .English..shipbuilding,  company's.  It it rumor-ed that .the Timothy  Eaton. & Co., Ltd., of Toronto,  have purchased . Weiler Brothers'  .general house furnishing establishment .in Victoria, B. C.-,The purchase-price was $.700,0001   _  The activity in- Victoria' 'real  esstate is unprecedented. Over a  million-has'been'invested in property during the past fortnight.  ���    '*���  The.sentimeut in Cuban ihdustri-.  al and financial circles'is in favor ofy  establishing an American' protectorate over the island      , ..-,-.  The greatest enthusiasm .prevail-i  ed at the? American,Federation of  Labor meeting at Minneapolis. The  political stand .taken . by Gompers  was upheld by.all. Two million-  votes will be .polled asji single one,  iu Labor's cause. , ;-y ��� ���  About ten .per cent of the Hindus  arriving at Vancouver are affected  with tuberculosis. Medical, men  predict .many deaths before .long.  The V. \\". & Y. railway'com-'  pariy is buying up all the -land at  the' head of False creek. They paid  $35,000 for one block a few days  ago.  - D. McKae, known as "The-Precentor"-in "The Man From Glengarry," was buried/the other day iu  .Winnipeg, by "Ralph Connor," the  clergyman who wrote the book.  The .following speaks ior itself:  "Log Cabin, B. C, Dec. 14, .1.906.  D.'H. McDonald, Atlin, B. C���Arrived five yesterday trail .from Tee-'  pee badly drifted -open places.-���F.  T. Hamshaw." '"���'  "The .last trip of, the mail carriers  was a trying one. ;From Log Cabin  to-Otter-lake-the snow is deep. 'On  Otter lake the .ice has formed and'  the Igpiiig' is.good, .From Otter to  Taku the conditions are not so bad.  The-crossing of Atlin lake proved  to be the. most .difficult and danger-,  ous .part .of Ihe.trip. It took five  hours to cross. In the boat were  four .people, eleven dogs and a sled,  aud over. 600 pounds of mail and  baggage. Arriving close to the  Atlin shore slush ice was encountered and a slow and tedious passage  effected. Taking into consideration  the' battle against the elements, the  mail carriers are doing well, aud  there is no 'kick' coming.  Pine City Paragraph s.  Hans' G'undersen was   confined lo ',  his" bed   this  week  on   account  of  rheumatism.       �� ..   ���  Harry   Brown   and O. F. Cbuley  want down   to. Atlin Wednesday lo   ,  attend the A.O.U.W. .meeiing.  George   Pollay   left  on, Tuesday   .  for the outside.    He will, while out,  endeavor  to   interest capital  in bis  property on Wright creek.    Assays'  show good and ' there is a mountain -  of the .quartz. ' "'  It is said that a ghost, or some  uncanny thing, is prowling around,  the Pine creek bridge leading lo  Spruce. 'Take a' tumble,' boys,  and don'I get caught by the spirit.  The guardian of the law has a clue.  He is always willing to oblige the  ladies.  The Discovery rink has been  thrown open on Monday afternoon  aiid evening for skating only. ��� T.he  balance of the week there is both  curling,and skating. Curling practices are 'going on all the time:'  The Discovery boys expect soon to  be wearing- the .scalps of the Atlin'  players at their .belts.   ,  An interesting lazy-stick contest  is' looked for in Atlin Christmas eve,  between'' 'Billy' Conroy and Phil  Hampton? Fifty "dollars a side has  alfeady been'wagered. 'Billy'.is in  training across Atlin lake, pulling  up'ystumps, in company with Dan  McKeiizie. Phil', has an old windlass rigged up in the cellar, with  Tom Machel on tlie handle. Take  your choice, gentlemen.  A young gentleman of Boulder,  accompanied,by a young lad}-, visited Discovery a lew days ago. They  were rather .late .returning to the  creek, consequently the 'bee of the  woods' was alarmed and a search  was instituted. The missing party  turned'up all right, the delay being  caused by a bad trail and many  tumbles in:thesuow.  Parties who are thinking of ���elop'e-  ing please take notice that Atliii  lake is not yet frozen over.  Al. Toots is laid up with goldici-  tis. He was struck .011 the "back  part of "bis anatomy by a nugget  falling from the roof of the tunnel.  --11ALKS.  'I,.,-��� --, hereby .solemnly pledge-  myself to do no more "knocking"  and I also will ilo all in my power  to eradicate the pernicious habit, by  refusing to become a party to a conversation where "knocking''' is going-oil. I have buried the 'hammer' . and from now on intend to  'saw wood-' except where I see a  chance-to 'boost.1 Any individual  wishing to join may read the foregoing over, to himself, filling in his  name, There lis .'no membership fee  and no dues.   ,  Take a chance?in the rafifle'for e.  fur-lined overcoat; on view at'T��ss;  C1.-A13I office- ATLIN,    B.  C,    SATURDAY,    DECEMBER  15,    1906  The Atlin Claim.  i Iii. A I L.1N CI.AIiV. is f.uiiLisnro r.vrnv ratuiidav  MOMNItJf..        MAILrp     mCC    TO     AWV     PAMT   O *���'  T H IZ  wi'Mio roll r.o ccriri. fci. ...ontii : sa.oo pen  vi./.n Anvcnrisinr. -.iatc; : t !.ao pen irJCH each  ��� Msr.nvtoN;  nrADfjc noTiOLi:. 7^ ccnts a lini-.  ftPCCIAL   HATI.S    ON    A PPU CATI O N .  JOIi PRINTING :  IlL-MtUD',, POSTCRS, VISITINI2    CARDR,  triTrn-i.rflOi., pnonnAMMcs.     etc., rrc,  OHPCH5 cnoMPTLY cxccuTro.  PIIICU!;    MOOEHATr.  Tub Atmn Claim PununiuNfi Co., Ltd.  \Y.     PlIM.AilD.     Oil ANT.      lOnlTOH-.MANAf.HH.  Esprit cle Corp.  Iu Atlin, as in all other camps of  a similar nature, shut in as we are  for months at a time, there should  be accord and harmony' in our  midst. Little personal differences  should be binied in a common and  united effort for the good of the  community. Our pleasures are few  and there otijihl lo be, on the pari  of those residing here, an endeavor  to keep them preserved, if possible  adding to and suggesting others.  In doing such each and all rise-  above petty things and littleness  aud become men in the broad true,  sense, worthy citizens. Occupied  with business during business hours,  and pleasureable pursuits during  kour leisure hours, the lime passes,  and the otherwise long and dreary  winter is over before realized. ' This  is as it should be.  On the other hand, dissension  creeps in. Little differences of  opinion grow into dislikes. Cliques  are formed and all possible chances  of harmony are destroyed. ,Where-  ever one goes is heard the sound of  the 'hammer.' Knock ! Knock !  Knock! Shakespeare says: "'Tis  true, 'tis pity, an' pity 'lis 'tis .true."  To what can we attribute this?.  Let us cogitate. Let us think. In  time wc come to this'conclusion:���  It can only be the results of the  "knocker." Webster and other  authorities have not as yet added  the word to their vocabulary. At  the same time everyone knows what  a "knocker" is.  He goes about, not like a roaring-  lion, but like a braying jackass,  seeking whom he may "knock."  Nothing is good, nothing is right.  He will sit in an arm chair, or perchance stand before the bar in easy  and graceful altitude. As long as  he has a listener he will talk. His  jingle is but the excresence of a  festering mind. He tells how mighty  he is in speech and deed. He carries tales, most of them the offsprings of his own distorted imagination. This specimen is the worst  kind ol a ."knocker." There are  several kinds. Number two stands  in his place of business and tells  how much superior his establish-  'incut is to any other. Tn fact he  wouldn't take the other man's  "dump" as a gift, and he cannot  understand how the poof devil  makes a living. Number three  .sloes not say much.. He is the sly  and slick "knocker." He draws  attention to things with a sagacious  nod of head. When listening to a  tale from another "knocker" he  winks and thinks he is looking  wise,   or  he  shrugs his shoulders  ed to mean���"well,   what  did I tell  you."  ' Now, for the sake of the district,,  our interests in it, and our dignity  as men, let this "knocking" be a  thing of the past. Ding it! clang jt!  dum.it! quit it! So long as the  other chap is attending lo his own  business, keep busy with your  own.. Quoteing somebody wise we  say:���A man should be judged by  his charity and industry; your liberty ends where his begins and his  ends where yours begins.  This article is a "knock" aud a  hard one, but it is good medicine  for those who need it. A newspaper-should, be assort of guardian of  the rights of all citizens. Good citizens need no touching up, the  others? well���"a word to the wise  is sufficient." .  of  ' Following is a beautiful  piece  satire, written 'down to date.'  Knock  aud the world knocks  with  yon, 0 "   ���  Boost and you boost alone.        '     ;  When you roast'good and loud  Yoii will find that the crowd    -  Has a hammer as- big as your owii.  Buy aiid the gang is with you, ��� . ���  Renig, and the game is all off,  For the lad with the thirst  Will see you first, .,        .;  If you don't proceed to cough.    .  Be rich,   and the  push will praise  you,  Be poor, and they'll pass the ice, ������  '  You're a warm young guy .  When you start to buy,  You're a slob  if you  haven't  the  price. '  Be flush, and your Iriends are many  Go broke, and they say "Ta-Ta.",  While your bank account bums  You will gel returns,  When  it's   out   you   will   get  the  -   "Ha-Ha."  Be gay and the mob will cheer you,  They'll shout   while  your  wealth  endures. ...."'  Show a tearful lamp '  '  And you'll see them tramp,  And it's  back   to   the woods   for  yours...  There's  always a  bunch  to  boost  you,  While at your money they glance,  But you'll fiud them all gone  On the cold grey dawn,  When the fringe shows up on your  pants.���Lowery's Claim.  bearing,: if they could  do so at a  and purses tip %9, which is-intend-j wwaamublc cost.  The value of the fruit crop in  British Columbia for r 905 exceeded  $1,000,000. Ten years ago she did  not grow enough to supply her own  population.  Speaking of British Columbia,  His Excellency; Earl Grey,- Governor of Canada, 'in a speech at New  Westminster, said: "Gentlemen,'  here is a state of affairs which appears to offer the opportunity of  living under such ideal conditions  as struggling humanity has only  succeeded in Teaching in one or two'  of the'most favored spots on earth,.  There are'thousands'of families living in England today, families of  refinement, culture and distinction,  families such as you would welcome  among you with both arms, who  would be only too glad to come out  and Occupy a log hut on five acres  of a'pear or apple orchard  in  full  The   Canadian   Hank  of rCoffinierce.  ' CAPITAL    PAID    UP-'   fio.ooo.'ooo.   ��*  '1*. * J*-^1' * f  ' '  Reskrvj-:, '$4,500,000.     d       "  Branches of the Bank at oeattfe,  San Francisco,  Portland, .���  ���'   Skagway," ete.  Exchange sold on all Points.  }  Goi.n Dust Pukchasivb.  Atmn Branch.  J. 'A7'SMITH-, Mniiage'iv  <$>* ��� ���-���-��� ��� ��� �����-��-���-���-���-<  >-��������������� ��������> ��',����� ����������� ��� �������� ��*  *-**-��>  USE..OUR ADyERTISING COLUMNS  Jt        .Jt, Jt    . _Jt.        Jt Jt Jt Jt Jf      Ji  --��������-  ���:: ���.-:'-.  u  Placing' before the public '  the  many  advantages of  ''  the district is the object of  C!k fljiin Claim  ...This.cannot be sue'eessr  fully accomplished without the generous support of  the  business  people and   .  the residents.   ...   ���.:���..-..   ..������"���  SEND US YOUR SUBSCRIRTIQ^  <��>������� ���-<  >��������������� ���<3><t>�� ������ ��� + ��� ��������/�����>������ ��������������� ��������-fr  JOB PRINTING AND COMME^  CARDS, POSTERS AND HAND BILLS; l>*i  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily,  '    "   ? ? ff THE' CLAIM OFFICE.  ��w ATLtN, ��. C���, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, ��9oG  .ST. MAIITIS'h CllUHC'lI OK KSCSLAND.  ''Sunday  inuriiiiii; services lire rendered nt  "ll ii'ulridc.    Win. C S, Hat horn, lay-reader.,  .   fU   ' ���'���'   ',   ���'���'  PlIESHTTBllIAS illUTKCH.'/ *.{   '    '.'.  Sunday morulas; service-, 11 o'rlouk      Suii-  '\ln.v  school   ill    12.1ft.      livciiiiij;   siT-viet*  1.S0.  Afternoon   service   lit   Discovery;  ' Sunday  school nt:. :m. 1 ,d   -. 1  post  See ihe Christmas rand ..souvenir1  st cards at.C. U. -Bourne-'s-. ���' 'd'-.'  A Poem joT Passion���A Song- of Ruin  ~.���m in , v <>s i��.".Ll_it ,'v . "' Vf, ��� v  The following beautiful portrayal  of a'soul's mad  revel  and laugh, is  published, for the first time, owing  ito   the   kiuotncss of one oJ?  AUin's  'iresidentsri   ".-,.,"���";��  ���   .  *   ' < i.     ��� -".'' ' '  Who caics km- nolilmug attone is Iree,  S!r^d&mi"^oVd'w!feH<iwr^iididriiilc.  ��� with me  !  world goes iby:;   ������.,-.���   x'    / - . ,  He laughs at power and wealth and  lame;  .in,.  He?J[au?gh��iatf. vvir.tue.-fshc1-' ;Iaug-hs.vat  shame,;   ���  He laughs1 .at hopb-and he laughs at  And;at memory'.s-dead leaves, crisp  ',. 5 and sere?;   / *..   f ,*    /    ?d  ': TH*-}aiighs,!at"fittie,si.fu.tuire,*��old -and-1  - ���''-���   dim.;  ���   ."Nor  earth' iv&r .heaven is' "IdleaT ..to  him.;  Oh I .that, is it-he t iGomirade fit for. me,;  He  cares,, for ^nothing,., his '.spud..is  iFree   as- the <--souU ��ofnthe  fragrant  Sit down, good  fallow, \nayTieart ds  thine: .     *,'�����-,0.<t    SJi,h  ��� For  I  heed' not''-customj  oneed'of,  'law���  ��� . . <1���,  ![>ciare for nothing .that I ever sav\C  fl>n'-��every city my -oups I iqjuafF.;  Aud  over  my   liqiwar J  riot  -and'  laugh,:   '���*���'"�����*.,?.��,.  .-'/     'i",*.  " "I laugh" Like ttie"iOTuefa��d tu.r.Eu.leKt"  wave;  I laugh at the  chuKch .and I Jaugh  atthe.graVb;3��?'ff %Jf   *'0|| j  J laugh at joy, and well I know     j  Tlhal r unerrily, 'merrily- da'i\gih;-atl  .  woe;  1 terribly laugh with .an >oath .and .a  sneer   *.?���&        "&-  i' S <*":   lit'} j^\ u; "*�� --f ji, ,.-.   ,-.>�������� ��, ,  > -When..! ?tUiukii. that -the M}��Hr,:i��f  death is near.;  ,.Ifor I know  that Death  is .a guest  --.:��� -.div.in.e_. ��.....,.^^^....w., ,*.._��� _��� ������   Who will drink ffliy-blood as i-dimiik;  this wine;s j .;,, ," J   y .   ��� r f *t,. '  And-he-car^s-for��� notMng^a-king-  is he; .<.",���- >'��� ��� ��� ,-���..:-.    , ��� oe  uGome on,   good  fellow,  and  drink  '������������������ ^'wltli axes'   "I      '  ,'��� ",   .-'   '.;���;'  'With   you   I   wall  -drink   .to _ the  ���solemn past,:   U j " '..     '���   ������;;(>���  Though thC'Citp that I<lraiu should  beany last. <.���"'--  ? J will drink to .tlie";phantom of love  and"truth,ri-?-"-ufir.?-.^,, .;-,  To   ruined   manhood   and  wasted  3-oiith.; rsM {. f-\   .}-{    '.,,;.?" ���'.  ff '.will .'drink  4o  the  .woman  who  ���*wrought-my: woe-  And the dewy  wine of her   warm  V  red ntoiith*. V    '    ���'���'  \ /, ?",  ���  ' 1 ; :��� .:��� *   :: ���   - \ f      .;/ l-.-  J   will '.driu'k' to   the, thought ol. a  better time, ' ' "  To innocence.gone Bdike a death-bell;  chime.        .  1  I will-drank <Uj> tlie shatkuws-of 00111-  Toytil>e phan-toms'tha^'Avaiit -in my  ���loi>ely tciraib.'  ���I wilJidri'nik.ito snyfqcml 'dnn'1] Li's tev-,1  mble nwsod, . '  .Dimly.iind-solcniii'ily understood:;  AikI; last>of ail,  ito���.tbe Monarch of  Sin,.'.   .,' ".'        ' [  Who   1ms <cqn<||i.iaeited    that   fortress  and roig'n'-s w.ithiiu'F,'*V \fl "tff^  My sight is ladling���.it dies away.    ���.  I cannot teJl:���is it naght or day? '     '  ���My--heiurt'-.-is-��buroBt-.aiMl.-ilolacl{ienQali  : with pa hi,  sA'nd '{ii iibrifiible ;'dWlMe,'9s';crush"es- niy  larani. x- ���  I'catmofstefe'you-rathe end at?'nigh, '  But we will laugh together before I  idie. '  ������Eliroiigh'- "a.'ift.fiil^dlaasifl'sr I't plunge  and fall,  Your' hand;'-'good   feHb\v���I vGLie���  -"���"���that's all;- ���--..-���.-���r~--.- G'.s.i.1-  -"    ;' ,'" * "��� -: r-: r.-����->   ^ .,   ,.. !��� I  '     '?,"���   ;���'   *���'���  ff   i" ="'a ���'��� '���'  ' Ti>eiljoa:rd1-of trustees1' df; St. Aik,--  i&rew's'Kblpi'tai'liSv��"ibnde"',,-imore 'to  acknowledge tike gift -of JS30. It is  f,rqrii-A: ''Friend..' 'Whoever the par  iy-niaybe, the thanks of the .trust  <ees,-- as'Svell- a*;, .those j-.residiug'liar��, j  ar,e'his due.,. -.-Such ..acts of thought  'fuliiess^'aimot- be';to'o' well'appreci  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor  A Strictly  First-Class  Hotel.  Pro,:. iclor��.i  Hampton   4.   Durie,  nugget l)0iel  Discovery.  ;Only 'Ihe- Choicest Wanes,  ���IwiqmaiTS ai>d  Cigars used.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  OP1SN DAY, AND NIGHT.  First'dlass Restaurant iu connection  liaiiduunrtcrH for Dixon's stnee.  ilseful and Ornamental 6ood$  ,    ,    t .       ,Wnv sr.Ni) oi;r wiikk vou can cut noons aschbav kchi:?  A-tlrn, .Wuaset and. Grape' Rings  utid'all IcimU of  Jewelry inniui  ffactureil ��4>n ithu premises. d       ' ',' ''  ���'   -   Kinc New Stock  of   Watch-es,   Clocks,, -dewelry   and   Diamonds  Wirtclies from Sfi.OO up.       ' Agents for Gtilumhia Gramophones.  '.- .��������� ���  ,' .SHve'rwiKne,, Cut Glass,.Hand Painted China,Souvenir Spoone  ���JlJUb'O    tiUUtBl     &.   JljUf    ATI.IN  AN,D iDISCOVKRV,'  ������     ��� ' M        ' '      ,        1  safety Deposit Vaults.      Watclhniuikers arid Manufacturing Jewelrs.  '<)�� �� ��'.< ��� ��^-�� H*����<H4�� ��� ��� * t-t-iQO��** ���.�����������������������������������������������������������������   TheyiarellWaitingitfor1 You!  IN  ."ated  ?/  _ The Ties tilts .of .the fifth meelingi  of the Atlin whist club ..are as follows:���No. 1 tablS? Cameron-Wheeling vs vC .S. Cummiiig J. Curn-  niings'.tie. No. a., Sniith. Vickers'  gain'2 o-ver'Gigot'Williams. -No. .3,  Pillman Bourne gain ,5 over Wallace  Faulkner.-"".Ncm 4,"Anderson Dowl-  =iiig:gain"9��0ver-Fraser-Young: --.-.  Rfipr^sentSn^ Joseph Ullman, N. Y.  Bargains  CLOTH1 NO9  Hats and Dry Goods,  1.  .    ....        .      ���'.-..   ^  ,-.   Garpets and'House Furnishings.  : . iFiUJUD';'ONE   <���>?��� 'BOOTS- ANtf   SHOKS,'  ���' '      JLLsa' OOU3    SEAL   -H.TP   iGUM    BOOTS.'  H�� E�� Bt own1 S ���0.  *��->  Atlin and  -1 '*J   Discovery, B.  Successors to' J.'-H. Richardson. '-,   ���  **���**��������*���****��� (SO��* ����������������������*.����������������������������*������'  ��4)  $uece$$!  ���Wiill nm'ko rKcgulnr Trl|��  tto Artlin to buy Vuri.  u-N  In the diamond morning  of I,ong  *;> *-:>s:>*o-jv>? y,-+>:Hyf>ti>!'���<4i>j.fr.y#. .,*.-.;���, ���:-.��y%:S*;.  To a.,heavenly face of sweet irepose  i "-, To Hie lily'Sjsnow juh'd.ithe: blood of  '������-(   ���'������   ������  *:     ��� ������ ..'"' ;jr        V   ,1,  / i Si  7 ,'��� 3  the rose, ,   ���  To tlie splendor caught from Orient  skies, ______  That thrilled   in  the orbs of her*  .,. hazel eyes, .     .  ffi'Her'large eyels', wild'with the-'ifireof  the south, -  Synopsis of  Canadian Homestead   Regulations.  ^ /V N.V icvtiilnlile Dumijiion I.m^iU within  'M~\ the Ituihvn-y lleltin Kiiitkh Cdiumliiii.  nrnj'ljc-liomosteinled-by imy 5>tjmou who is  vtlie solo head of n 'family, orniry male t.ver 18  ��yeur�� cif liire,-to tho extunt nff oiie-fin;ir(er  +ieot)ioii of HiU uei'cs more or lew;.  ^...I.jutijj-.imat^ie imuleporHomilly'iit'the local  ltuul OtUuei'foriUio (Hstuict iu which the land  liKnituutd.  The .liomeiiteiiilor 'is' required ^o perform  .tho eoiiditioiiti eoiinuutcd -thcreiV'lth under  one of'tluvfollowiiiu iiIuiik:  ���01) At.leuHtHi.x iiiontlifi' rodidenco upon and  ctiltiviMiciuiof the htiidiiiiuueh your forithree  years.'���    ���'..-':"''' "-.'���'  (a) If tho fut hor (orniuther.tf ��ho father in  ileeeuwid) of tlio'liomoNteader a-onidcK upon a  farm in the vicinity of tlioJiind ontoredfoE,  .tho ro(|iiirementn :������� to l'eeidtiiico may bo  fiiitishud by sueh pf.'i-HOn residing with -the  Author or mother.   ��.JOiiS. settlor. Ins his iiurmuncnt rosi-  iloiivu upon furriiiiip; iind'^w'i'iciriij-'hiniJn  ithcivieinityxif hiu humesteud, tho ireiiuire-  inionte; as.-to;ireaideiic��' niay;bo;i((i.tklieil iby  -retiiileiicemiou the auid land.  ,Six mouths' notice in writiiiu -should Imj  given tatheGoiunjjbajoiier <j.f'Domiiilon Luudk  'at Ottawa|of,intontioii to applyifor patont. i.  Coul lunda may bo purehaisij J at $10 par iicre  for soft caul mid, .$30 for anthracite. Not riioro  than 3'iO acres can bo uuquired by ono Individual or coiupuny. Itoyulty at the ratoof  ten ceutK nor ton of 2JMr pqundx shull .bo^ctol^  loctedQii.the^roasVutput'/ t'J.."J- . '..������..-  " W.. WTCOKY,"' "*"'  I V. Deputy of the Minister of tho Interior  ���<N.H.~-Uiiauthorized imbllcation of thin nd-  vci'tiHoineut will not Im paid for.- jyil-Om  WE MEAN   OUR  ���Monthly, Price List  .and  our  ���� PRICES!  ���i���'.Strange We never thought of it before!?  Our ��� Price Msi Js flow Ready 1  UiR Printed-'Urice I<ist ju��t*eeius totiill a long .fell need, as, when  our patrons iracdive ition'llhei(irst>of theiraontlnthoy iknow exactly  what goods willccost ithom'during' .the month, and it is .'a great assistance  in -making tap an-order, ? ?' ;:7  ., ? . |W*e have a'Jatge .'Stock-of Goods now<on Ihe way in  .and we will place fcherai.an tlie Store at .Lowest Possible  Prices, FOR CASH, in Case I,ots. d  You are always sure of 'the  Best -(Quality-of'Goods at'the  .: 'A. T. 'COMPANY'S  STORKS?  .Goods delivered  promptly ou the  Creeks.; and  in  Town?  ; If  you  are  not already  a customer _it':_.  -will  pa>y, >you .to tgive -us a trial order.    ������[���..  ���'. '' -��� -  ���':, -1     .-j.     ,      ;������::. .  '. ���,     i;     -,.  Jt   Jt -Jt   Jt' Jt '-J*   ���er'  \LIMITEOL ATLIN,   B^  C.     SATURDAY,    DECEMBER    15.   1906?  The latest books arrive   at   C. K.  Hounds as soon as published.  Local Events.  O. K.  BARBER vSHOP.  The closing exercises of the pub��  He school, 'for. the fall term, take  place on Friday next, at 1.30 p. m.  sharp.  The Itinera! of Coliu McKen/.ie,  infant son of John Black, of Boulder, too place last Monday. Rev. A.  M. Ross officiated at the church  and cemetery.  After two energetic attempts, G.  Pollay, A, M. Ross aud F. T. Ham-  sliaw managed to cross the lake last  Tuesday. They had to cut through  the ice for nearly half a mile, on the  other side of the lake.  I-I.' Pyman paid Atlin a visit this  week. He is working his ground  on Spruce, the Millwall group, on a  lay, in company with F. Sutherland, G. Haekett aud B. Williams.  They are getting out a dump. The  prospects have been very satisfactory indeed.  The Atlin Hockey club has been  ��� re-organized for the season 1906-7.  I);-. Young was elected president  and Mr. Frank E. Gigot secretary-  treasurer. An executive committee  composed of E. Ro'sselli, F. W.  Howling and C. I,. Culling was appointed to make all necessary  arrangements aud look after the  personnel of Ihe team.  Last Monday night the Atlin  warblers held a practice. They are  willing to supply music for weddings or 'wakes.' The next." time  the club meets the members will  try carols and glees, to be iu readiness ior the Christmas holidays.  Gallery seats may be obtained- from  - the management���of the Kooteuay.  The request for the  transfer   of  - the license ofthe Kirkland hotel to  Alexander Smith was omitted from  the advertisement of formal notice  of "Applications for Liquour License.*.'' Mr. Alexander Smith has  formally applied to the board of  licensing commissioners for 'the  transfer of the license held by   John  ��� Kirkland, to the said Alexander  Smith, of Atlin.  Fletcher T.  Hamshaw,  manager  ot the McKee creek mines, left on  Tuesday for the outside.    Speaking  re operations on McKee the coming  summer- he said:    The top dirt will  be piped  into the   creek, ��� leaving  about twelve  feet of gold  bearing  gravel.    This, with about three feet  of bed-rock, will be taken up by the  Steam shovel.     The dump   boxes  will be built  near the canyon, giving a drop  for the tailings of no  feet.    The creek here has a 13 per  cent,  grade aud a sufficient head of  water   to   guarantee   no blockade.  There is three years'   work  on the  virgin ground in   the  bed of the  creek  before  the benches need  be  touched.    An 11-inch pipe, uudera  50-foot head, will be iiiu the entire  length of the dump- boxes to wash  the heavy gravel and boulders before passing over the grizzly.    The  plant will   include fully a  mile of  railroad, the necessary motive power, and thirty 6-yard cars.  J. \V. THOMl'SON, MANAGER.  ���    BATHS FIFTY CENTS  Private! Entrance for Lndles.  ATLINTO LODGE  A. F. &. A. M.  ��� No.42,-OiJR. H.C.  Regular communications hold on the first  Thursday of ouch month  in the A. O. U. W. Hall,  Third Street.  n ���.  ' In the Iron Store formerly  occupied by Stables & Lumsdeu.  Visitlnsr brethren cordially invited.  HOT BATHS  Can bo Had at  The   Royal  Laundry  ��� On the Waterfront.  Men's Stilts Cleaned and Repaired.  All Work Guaranteed.  Goods Callod for and Delivorod.  Cash on Delivery.  A\rS.   M.   Fenn,    Proprietress.  fancy and Stable  Groceries and Provisions  My'Goods are all Fresh aud  of the best quality.    Prices  moderate.  The Iron Store,  First Street*  Certificates of improvements.  Sunrise and Sunset Mineral Claims  Situate iu tho Atlin Mining Division, Cassiar  District.      Where located : ���On Indian  Creek,' near Fourth of 3 uly Orcek.  TAKE! NOTICE that I, Edward S. Wilkinson.  ns'iixeiit for LouiseLeontinb Graham, l-'ree  Miner's Certiliuate Xo, 111,(51:1, and Alexander  McDonald,''Free'.' Miner's Certificate No. H64,  00'.'. intend, li() days From the. date hereof, to  apply  to  the  Miiiiuf? Kecorder for Certificates of improvements for  the  purpose  of  obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims-  And further take notice tliat action, titular  section   SJ7, niust lie' commenced   before the  issuance   of   such   Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of October, liJOfl.  KlIW'Atifl S. Wii.kishox, 1M..S.,  "   t\vn Agent.  northern Brewing Company, Ltd.  Konrmj Wawrkcka, Managkr.  Brewers  of Lager Beer and Porterm  SMALL AND, LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED,     _  NOTICE��  ���ftJOTICJIi is hereby tfiven that application  will be made to tho Parliament of Canada, at the next session thereof, for, tin act  to incorporate a company under the name  of "The Alsok and Yukon Knilway Company," with power to construct and operate  a railway from u point in tho .province of  Ilritish Columbia on the. International  boundary, where said boundary crosses the  Klihini vi.vei:, at or near Pleasant Chiup;  thenco extending north-westerly along 'the  valleys ot tin; Klihini, Tatseushiiii,.Shukwitk,  aud Alsok ; thenco north-westerly along,the  shores of Kluane lake and the valleys of the 1  Dnnjek and -White rivers, by the most, feas- '  ible route, to a point on the International  llouudary but ween tho Yukon Territory and  AJltska, between thoWtid and the. lil.th parallels- of lutitiido, with all powers necessary  for or incident to the above purposes, and  that snid. works be declared to |>e for the  loneral iidvii'utUKC of Canada.  l.owis & fimelHo, 1 Trustliiiitdiiig, Ottawa;  Soljeitoi:* for tho applicants.  l)a.ted:ubOttawa, littli October, 1!KM>.'      tdl.">  Invitation to Tender.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  The Bar is supplied  with   none   but the  best brands of Liquors  _������   -���     'and Cigars.    First-clasjs Billiard and Pool Tables.  THE ROYAL HOTEL,  t> '���- '>���������.  DIXON "V&  SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C  Tho  Northern Power and Lumber  Company, Limited, ... Voluntary  liquidation under the '���Companies  Wii'idiiia-Up Act, 1S9S."  FIRST   CLASS .RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST WINIS. UOUORS ANU CIGARS���CASE GOODS A 5PICIAUY.  Stovesaiid Hardware!  '     IRON ' PIPING,' STKKL. .AND -BAR IRON,  DYNAMlTIv AND GELIGNITE,  GASOLINE.  James T. Ref an  Storks in,Atun and Discovery.  Fresh line of staple groceries on  hand at K. L. Pillraan's.  McDonald's Grocery makes ,a  Mecialfcv of fresh eggs "and butter.  Ill I'lllllHHIIIUWI       ii"        'I' '"" ""'" ''  I, tho uintersitfiicd, Frank Harry Mobley,  the liquidator of the above Company, invito  tenders for tho property, assets and business  as a sointj concern, of tho Northbru Power  and Lumber, Company, Limited, of Atlin, H.  C:,,fis nn-ancl F.iloin tho Istdnyof September,  UM6.  The property to Im sold consists of all tho  rlcht, title and interest of tho Company iu  tho saw mill, engine and boiler house and  ollice at Atlin, and the laud on which the  same aro si,tuiite,.aiid which is hold under an  agreement with the provincial government  foi; the purchuse of the same; the old power  house huildiui; on the water front at Discovery street, Atlin; tho tne; or steamship  "Hlair Athol," ou Atlin bake; tho piece of  freehold laud li'Ontiii',' ou Surprise I.uko,  nt Surprise, Atlin District; tho book debts  amounting to $.1,000, duo to the Company,  and till the lo��s, lumber horses, wagons,  machinery, and other thochnttcls aud effects  of the Company.  Villi particulars of the said property and  book debts etui be obtained of nie or of the  late secretary, Frederick A.Taylor, at the  suid mill.  Tim purelmsc inouoy must be paid by two  (!(|iial instalments, on the.',11st March and the  Hint .1 uly next. Villi possession will be jdven  upon payment of the. ilrst liistuluieiit of purchase money anil security bciiiK niveii to  my satisfaction f<tc payment of the balanoe.  Tenders should be sent to the Liquidator  at Atlin. on or before tho 1'tb day of December, 11)00. .-...:'���,  The Liquidator does not bind hlmxelf to'  accept tin? lowest or any tender.  FRANK ItAHRY MOBHLY,  UtKCtjvery, H. C.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  S.S. PRINCESS BEATRICE SAILS  December 27th  Sailing from Skagway 8p.ro,  Direct to Vancouverand Victoria.  Transporting by rail of tftoamor to Seattle without ��xtra tfatrea.  Wo {five niiick service.    Nh�� Intermediate calls. tt     TV    T^<-<-*-i**  For rates ��ar iiitoammtlon apply to    JTl,    JD��   XJlinO^  -'.'������:      Akoh*. SltSfrrwcy.  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH  DRESSED  MEATS? als�� ���'.  POULTRY OF.-AU, .KINDS, Dressed to Order.  ."'  .|��iiM��l '   nil���r������I       II   III   IM���M��1����������������a^���


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