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 ���Bin y^ymmr-v Vimw ��*  THE  ^tegisi-i.vj^-^  >- ~*- i  -   v.J  j    -DEC 201904   . ~d<  V'T'ORIA^'   :^'  ^  VOL.  11.  ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY,     DKCRMBKR    3,  'i 904. ^  NO.  .'81  Mining  News.  No,new records at   the Government office this week.  Spruce Creek.  Two hundred miners, many of  them married and. with families, are  drifting on this creek, consuming  somo ',000 lbs, of. provisions and  supplies per day���a trade to lhe  storekeepers of over $5,'ooo per  mouth���and yet it is said ".'The  day of the individual miner is  past." Each year augments the  number, of drift miners���;the increase this year being 50 pjr cent,  over that of last, and unless lower  Spruce has the misfortune of falling .into the hands of the large  operator, the numbers will still increase, for Spruce is a favoured  creek���-the benches an ideal drifting proposition, the majority of  the drifts being dry aud the gravel,  though compact enough to .stand  up with little timbering.'is easily  gotten out.   -  It i>- only of late that the pay  channels have been even partially  defined, and there is much territory  yet to explore, tlie boundary of  many of the channels not .; -t hav-  ..injj be**!; -Ltenniupd.  ....d-d'- -  In all the drifts visited by your  correspondent, the nature of the  ground appeared the same: in  general it is tight, the grave! of  uniform size, few stones much  larger than one's head being seen  in the faces exposed. Powder is  freely used to loosen the gravel,  the blast holes being made with  gopher bars.  The extent of the pay channels is  remarkable. Messrs. Fleming,  vSweet and Slim are working 475  feet from the face and are still in  pay. This is- one of the longest  drifts in the country : the first 200  feet is driven in solid rock, and a  visitor would think he was iu a  lode rather than a gravel mine,'  until he reaches the 200 ft. limit,  when the rock suddenly gives  place to the gravel, forming the  north rim of the channel. The  above partnership, having a large  area of ground, can lay out their  mine in a systematic manner aud  work to the best of advantage.  They have rigged up to sluice all  winter.  There will be considerable friendly rivalry between adjoining drills:  Messrs; Coats, Parrett, McEwen  and Pymau in one drift and Andy  Broe and partners in the next,  each declares they will have the  largest dump.  The Spruce Creek Orchestra is  practisiiig'liard for,tlie great event  on the 26th. The boys desire the  patronage of all who love good  music. Even discounting the time  it'takes to practise, .it.,costs' money  , to buy new strings and,, .musical  sheets, aud the public will show its  appreciation of the   gratutious ser  vices the Orchestra has rendeied  them, by buying a.ticket whether  they can dance or not.  Further up the creek, a fine log  boarding house has been built by  J. A. Clay, and' Mrs. Clay has 16  boarders at her table. I'"or a well-  cooked meal commend 111c to Mrs.  Clay.  The building of the boarding  house has started a .Social Club  going, and the people round about  there are going to have a good  time this winter.  There is cp-iite a colony of Norwegians ou Spruce, who find themselves quite at'home in our northern .mining camp. O. M- New-  lands and partners are gelling  underground at 83 below Discovery,  and further up the creek, Chris  Nissen aud Arnulf Haarvey, with  their associates, are sinking to bedrock, preparatory to drifting.   ���  ft is impossible in the compass of  a short article to even indicate the  different individual'" operations.  Suffice it to say that from-' Discoveiy to'135 below is one scene of  activity.  On Boulder Creek, last week,  Messrs. Black & Co. had a $4,000  ciean-np.  WAR   NEWS.  ,'^^.Sr^ Petersburg. Nov. 28th :������  :Tlie"~"japa'n"ese'*-are���coijeciii-i-ciuiiiy-  their energies for another desperate assault on Port Arthur-iu view  of the approach of a second Pacific  squadron.  Suez, Nov. 2Sth :���The Russian  Baltic fleet is now anchored in the  Suez Roads.  Nagasaki. Nov. 2dih :���Advices  from Vladivostock state that during the past month twenty steamers  have arrived there bringing coal  and sundries. A Russian torpedo,  No. 20S, and a German steamer,  came in contact with mines and  sunk.  London, Nov. ?8lh :���Japan has  drawn the attention of Great Britain to the tact that coal has been  furnished by British vessels to lhe  Russian fleet.  And the Verdict Was.  George Findlaythe People's Choice.  At-a crowded meeting of the  citizens held in the Court House  last Saturday, George Findlay was  elected Fire Chief aud Night Watchman, ll was a'meeting sharp aud  crisp as the Atliu winter air and  refreshingly to the point. At one  time there was danger of the nieet-  1 ing breaking away from the business in hand, but the occasion was  saved by Dr. Young, who, in a  brilliant run of speech, soon  brought the ball again into play.  Promptly at 8 p. in., Mr. .Stables  took the chair; Rev. Mr. Stephen-  sou, the 'secretary's table.  The minutes of the previous  meeting having been disposed of,  twelve applications were read from  the. same number of candidates.  On a motion by Dr. Young, a reso  lution was passed that the Council  ofthe Board of Trade be continued  as Fire Committee and lhe F'iit  Chief and Night Watchman be  amendable lo said Committee.  Considerable interest wasexciled  by a motion by Mr. Haslett, made  to ensure the successful candidate  remaining faithful to his appointment, even under the offer of a  better position : That 25 per cent,  of the monthly salary of the Night  Watchman be held back as a  guarantee that he would fill the  position for one \ ear. To this motion Mr. Plumbe offered, but with-  drew, an amendment that the official be; engaged for one year, and  that a month's notice on either side  wcild jbe' a necassary termination  of office. On a division being  taken, Mr: Haslett's motion was  lost by a vote of 23 to 21. It was  then decided, to. leave the matter  enliielyin the hands of the Council.  Thejballot was, then taken, the  following plan suggested by Mr.  Ken 11 being Mdopted : That there be  4 ballots taken���after the first, the  5 lowest-drop out; after the second;  the 4 lowest ; after the third, the  lowest drop out, and the final bal  lot taken on the two remaining.  This plan with a slight- modification   w-as   adopted.      Seventy-two  1���HI-- t-H��-ll_._llHllol  '���ivjn v.m iJt  and when the third was declared,  George Kindlay led with 30 votes,  O. F. Conley, second, with 25, and  W. H. Bartrim, third, with 16 ;  and iu the last heat, Findlay scored  44, aud Conley, 28. A cheer was  then given lor the winner, who  gracefully acknowledged it.  The   meeting closed on a motion  by Mr. Eraser  that  the  newly appointed   Chief   nominate   bis   sub-  chief,   to   be   appointed   later,  and1  organize his voluntary fire brigade  Fire Committee Meets  To   Discuss   Fire   Department  Matters and Install New Chief.  The Council of the Board of  Trade met last Tuesday to deal  with matters arising out of last  Saturday's citizens' meeting. There  was a full attendance and one or  two members of the Board. The  The new Chief and Watchman was  also present.  The Fire Committee distinguished clearly between the two offices,  now combined in one and went  carefully into the duties of each.  After considerable discussion a  code of rules and regulations was  drawn up, specifying these duties  lo be signed by the Fire Chief and  Watchman, binding him iu his different departments.  The citizens are fortunate in securing the set vices of an active aud  experienced man who is also a mechanic, and will do well to render  him rdl assistance possible to keep  our Fire -Department iu a full state  of efficiency. The Chief has been  authorized to. collect and take an  inventory of all fire apparatus and  distribute such a.s  he  maysee  fit,  placing a'dclailed list and location  of all such apparatus in the Fire  Hall and Police Station. Any person in possession of any of the Department's properly���-buckets, axes, extinguishers, etc.,���will kindly  notify the Fire Chief, who will, if  needed, have such repaiied, or replaced if damaged or broken.  When the ice has fonned on lhe  Lake, six water holes will l>e cul in'  most convenient positions. These  will he of proper dimensions aud  covered with wooden sheds to prevent contamination by dogs and  horses and will only ]>e used for fire,  and domestic purposes- Any one  damaging the sheds or contaminating the water holes will be liable to  prosecution.  The regulations and niles signed  by and governing lhe Fire Chief  and Night Watchman are calculated ro give .the city all that can be  desired iu these matters. The officer is entirely amenable to Fire  Committee, and any complaint  against him must be made to that  Commit ice in writing.  An    Enterprising    Company.  The interests of the British Columbia Power and Manufacturing  Co, Ltd., and the Northern Lum-  fJe"r'C"oT"i;ta.,liave been united and  are now known as the Mortliern  Power and Lumber Co., Ltd., owned  and managed by local ��ieu of enterprise. The company went to great  expense lately, endeavoring to move  their electric power plant without  interruption lo the lighting service,  and under the capable superintendence of Manager Hartshorn this  was successfully accomplished.  The new thiee-vvire system which,  has beeu switched on from the new  power house has proved a decided  success. The light is now sent  over the wires al 220 volts instead  of 1 ��0 as formerly, making a better  regulation with minimum of line  loss. New street mains have been  constructed with ample canyiug  capacity to handle the increase of  business which is foi seen for the  next few years. The new (quarters  in which the electric power plant,  with the steam laundry in connection, is installed, is a substantia)  nnd commodious building which  adds much to the api>eaniuce of the  town. One of- the most important  and interesting'features of the new  p'ant is the furnace, which is successfully demonstrating ilself by  burning .sawdust sliaight from the  sawdust-hill���even with the elani;--  ers closed there is no trouble keeping up the required power.  The electric light is a /booh to  the people of Atlin'. Its genera!  adoption reduces fire risks,, promotes cleanliness., and comfort, in  up-to-date and inoie healthful in  every way than any other ilhum-  u'ant.  See the window of che-ip novels.  ]at C. R. Bourse's.  /  -���^-���r.r^���.r-,-;;,!-^^^ ���A'TUiS'?  ml  mMm  . TIIH.ATLIN CLAIMSrvuufinpcvtnv '.6atu n day  ��� . won.Nino,     miiilcd'  Wirt ' io   Ariv   wur oV'th'u  .       woHi.o  ����  no ';ccnts7 ,ir,��:KoNrH J':Vb.i>!>'.i>i:ii  .7 vcft'it;:��������� ADiit-n-iisiNo n/xifs: ti.oo ptfi ihch'cac.i  ,  .-     -INDf.nT,��ON :   .-.CADIHC.   NOTICC5,   25  Cf MIS  A   L| N E  '/SPCCIAt.,,IIATi:S Ofl    APF.LICATION7,       /    ' ' .......'.',..   r ���.-.:'.������....  ������-���'.''-. - .vJoa Pi^NTiNa:;    '���������:.".���������*.;'. :,';;;-,  DilLL-Mf-ADS,  : f-oVrtns,. VirtHlflG    cshus  ���t.CT.Ti;rt-^r:flni->. fnocttAwiFAcs,      etc., ctc.  ���,/ ...'"''  ;,   , , ..^HO.e'hhi  pfioMijTLv?i.r.Ecuri:n.      ;-,  ���-���'', ' -' .-?  ('"-tCi'I   MODErH*Tr.      - - ��� ���'  ���'���'������,-i  *%s  ?Sale? of ?Work.  ���d"* d'!'1"'   Vl^^i?Hi;ill,lKlilNli:6(3.        /:  //A. 0. IJn��uiiVu!.i>. {'uopiiiuTcd ���   '���'';''-'.".,,  y>/7 v.r 7/ 7 7/y:/,l.vM'Ks;SidrfON,:AlANA'(;u!i.;  //77ft/is  greatly-tabfe   desired?th;.ii;  ?:^onie arrangeriieutshoukl be reabh-;"  y;edv;whereby   bur   pi ineipal   streets  ."^}7?;fc/. lighted :-du,i-ing?;the?'.lpn'|  J;Avil^er--ni��:!,is- ';;'i'!ii^;;:'iR?sureiy:??a:  I^fJ ������'' ^.?|vi' % d��verh ine;]i t? assist-  7,}- e t .;cl o th ed i i 1. r m u i lie i p a 1-a i I i re,? but  ..M^^'^sin^  , ^ >sl rie'r/t h a tea n be ;1 i k en ed ?i n \o% 'a  ;;(goose;; tli at'lay's  golden   eggs" ior-  /the, trcasn^  ?^'^?:7��ecessity; for?lighls'fju? pur  , streeisvis/recog;nzed?b}^al 1, -and?the  ?s?on^r?^0213e?actio.n7;is? taken?: td/se.  curetheirinstallationiiher letter it  will be.ibr'all concerned.' ?' ���������������': :'d:  .������������ Tlie woman's "auxiliary' will hold  their annualysalc   of?work; iir? the  'Presbyterian Church  liext'Tuesday  evening, the 6tii7inst,v'and; wili;?be  assisted by the/Girl's Aid ;Socie(y/  ^'ei'ybbdy ?interested;;/in/artistic  I,needle-work should make   a   point  to,be present that evening? : TheVe  will ybeyenibioidcry,/(Ira wii/woi^lvi  lace; work. aiKdiboida .thousand  other/classes.;of work' (excepting  house^wbrkj, suitable fbi-,Chrisiiuas:  presents; ./yBachelors??\vili??liaye??a  chance lo buy: cakes, picsaud ''otiier  yel,it:<'ci.es?at;nidderate 'prices. ?? Re?  freshmen ts will; be  served.   ? T he re  ^i!1 bf;a;fish;7?pohd?;ind? a7candy  stalj,:presided,over by the-girls; 4;  ?d'l>e .saledilirqpei^  '���: 77,^:l.IY?^'^1,?"U^:WllK??V^y ^'f ����T?0^  ?    Atfin, Nugget and   Grape"Rings' umraU idmls'iil'  .lowelri- nm,iii-  lactiii-ed on . t li ti jji-fmisos. .7 ''.;���:���      7...; .,.;   7.- ,77 ...'   ...������'..,:.'., ,���'���:'. '.-7    " ,,'.  ���fPi"*$<:w^  ' \\ atehesirom .'?iii.0(J up. ���'���'.��� ���';���-..'.���,,",������", ', '���������'���'  ;?��fsG��iRf?;|,7  WATCHMAKEiy^  7?QUawa.70ht,y:NQv7:2S  M;cLeiiiian has been iipjVoihted?Col-  leclpr Of Custpnis?at Wliilehorsed?:  AT LI IM ? &    D is CO V E'R Y?  ??'HocKti,;Sticks?ancl?:Skat'es,:etc::  at,C.:K: Bourne's.-: 77,77  NOTICE,;  7.?7'?|???:':;:?7?;7./:-'://?://THE/?lax  /?l|;?fi^  ?fdd7?.y:/;.$/?:-////ifl^'"?:;'^  iQtiryPoods ?are  A\'r'nnipeg/yMaii:i/;Nb\/?25^  terrorized;''  For severaL weeks organized.gangs  7.7 7   Fevy people 7stop to, cbnsider'the  7? 7 'IPf'Sfi^ceiit luiiferait,we?iith of Can-  7/^aor;to give to: the ininiiig;iudus-  '..;: ?1-ry '���lie ^rapbrtancethat? is /'its due..  ;?: ? ^'!ei^?i;i "Ot-a country, ui "tiiewbrld  /^hat /is ?sup(-:ripr?iii' knbwh7unde-1  /de.!opea?minera^  /^andoi-et we have?iiota?Department;  !^?."LlMiJl?^7?J!V?-W^:7?Q<>verhii.^  -.' .-->t;'a wa ��� ? Doubtless.our new member of i\u i iHiuyiu, Wm .Sloan, will  .exert his: energies iny this direction,  [ ancly thereby/'crowif? hiniselL/with  glory and: honor?.   As   British   Co-  -yliimbi.a-is  the  richest  of the  provinces jii mineral  wealth and is our  / chief asset, we:; earnestly wish  the  new department to be'.opened.,.  It  is; impossible  to ��� foretell   the good  results this; encouragement"' would'  7 n>lye. in/promoting this .'profitable  ���..������industry/.-  It would   tend to fill up  .' pur mountain   towns   wilh??an   industrious, thrifty people and would  soincrease the trade of lhe Province'  that niany nianufacturing.concern's  .would.-,'.spring   aip    ou    ther.coast?"  Home ..manufacture   would   bring  down ju-ices  to the 'consumer and a"  large trade would make the   profits  to the wholesalers greater   than   at  present   whcir they   handle  goods  .that are so largely 'manufactured iu  the. eastern  provinces  aiid "have.,to  be hauled so far.by rail.  j^TOU'ICll" is hni-oliy-ivun/llint?Sixty, ciuys  '.;���.. '-after .ila'tu I .inteiul 7to -apply 7to t lie  Chiaf Coiiiinissioiiurof I',iuiils7 an.l AVorKs  Suv ixirmissioii -to : i)iin;hiise';'tlio' folluwi.iK-  ,1^s!!V.M^'t!��l'l|sitiiateil.iu.tliuAUiii bisti-'iut;  ���vi'!'7,T:9"niulo'10i"��.aV-"��H<wt inai-iicii'-1"; \Y.D  N.; 15. corner, plnntei! aljout ono tiiiiu iVortli-  UastOf; vltliii.''J'owiii'i'tc.Jt'iioi'icu Wosterlv 2U  <Wiains.; thuiico Souilim-lyyiu eliaiiis, tlimice  liastoriy 20 uliains, / tliun'ce"'- Nortlierly ,.|[)  .^hai.is to point :ai' comiiienconieiitdiiitiviiii:  iiitfSOaures more or less.. : :���;��� :������"'������".'.:  '"������:.:"'���' ���: : i". w.'bowLiNa.  Hateil, Atlin, H. C.^Octoljerfitl,, liiy.t.   '  pf/liorse; ;tli.ie\'es''7li;.ive.'    l?uiHei;s:livingiiiyUie niighboi4i^  pf;:Pilot:;Moulld.//LozeIl^;of?h'orses, '-���ffff:'ff-rffff'zi''ffl^  lave'���disappeared;  ��� 7:Stoyes/'and? Hardwa;r,e?-:a'''t??pi-ic:'es  ;tlHit:ca'i^t/be:beaten.^/D7buKiK7  ;N(3TIGE.^;  Applicatiqn .for; Transfer 7Qf 7 Liquor  I-icence.  ���������'..'7:" "..-...v..  /"���', JOrtUPI-l f. KOSI-, of the Town, oTTliii-  " '3 :d����cvvi;ry, lii-UUIi/Coliiiiiliia, hei-oli}-:  apply to the hoard ol' ijoenco Coiiniii.ssioi'iors  lor a trulister ol' tlie liulel l.ieenoo liuw held  liyJoliii W'oltcrs.to'sell iiitc>xieatiiit;-,l,i(|uoi-s  iiiidei-tlie iit-ovisions o.t'/tlie-Statutes in that  helmlf, in'tlie-pi-eLiiisos kuuwi'i anil described  ��s the "Gold "House, IJiscoyei-y, situate on  .Main Street, Town of Discovery, to commence on the tirstday of January/liton.     7  ���My pust attiuo uddressis : .Uiscovery, li. (J.  The liiuuo anil address or the owner of tlin  premises proposed to lie lioeueed 'aro :'��� Joe  t1. Koso, .Discovery, 15.0. 7  Oatoil this JLSth day of Noveinher, I'JiM.  ?   7 ���'���"'���:"���'"-.".7".1ok, P. '-llosi-:?"-'  SiKiiaUiro of the luildei- of the Licence :  -���'������,.������'. -,-  John \Voi,xi-:us.  Application; or Transfer.of Licence.  rT/iAlvEXpT,:CE that '?'.irKi'NcJiis7'i\' TiiOUGii-  y    ;tdx, of; AUin, li; C.,sliall?iippiy.t6 the  lloard 'of. l-icoiice   Goininissioiiers lit-their  ��uxt;AlectiiiK- for the/transfeiyof;: tlie?lIotel  Uceiice, now held: hynie. to sell  intoxicating: IniVuoi-s   in  the preinises  Uiiown "as 'the  " f{o^'lll " l!t,tol, situate oil I.ofT, 111 ocic^.15 ,'o'f  ,tIi'cf Towiisite: ofTiVtliu? Hi CVto'"ViiNN Tiiox'���  man, of Atlin, n;-c.   : "���'���/ 7 ���"'���:.-','.  ~ ..... ...,,���,v, ,-.i����i.- .",..-.- :.i- N<.vo,,.i,0-,iii[n.-,- ---���  .7- .'���'.:    ���-.;..I',!i.yN'cis T. TiipiuijiTox, '���"���'.  . 7;    ,7 My:c.:i)uiibjs7\lAtiON; liisAiieiit:  :,?;��� Tliesfollowing 'Sailiiigs-afe:;,an-?  iiounced;fbr7thWnioiith?of;:/lDec^  ber, lea'viug SkagwayJat S?p?;m?d?  :^Amur,V//7y/y;.:;;^  7/For?;furtherinforniati6'ndi^ply o.iv  wriiejtb  ?::/?H;:;B./Dunn^  ';?:???:?7.;7i7/.7;/?7.7. Skagway ^.Alaska;';  THJS HOTEL/IS STOCKED WITH  i':"//TH^B EST/d'F7^G'Op DS."'?'"!i"?T"  NOTICE.  Application   for   Transfer  Licence.: '-���;  of   Liquor  Dixond. 7 Schulz,  Proprietors.  NOTICE.  Appiicafion   for   Transfer of   Liquor  7 Licence.  Great   Prize  for B. C. Fruit.  At the -Royal   Horticultural   So-  curly Show iu London   hist   mouth,  ,: llr.ilish Cblunibia's exhibit.of fruit  -   apples,   pears   and    idunis��� was  awarded the gold m< ilal-- the greatest iiri/.e iu   iMigland.     The   collection   was   a   most   interesting .one,  beings   in    perfect'   condition   after  Unveiling  h.i.co   u;i!._S.       '1 ];t;   ob-  j'jet of  Mritish.  Columbia's   .\geul-  Ceneral,    Hon.   J.    (I.   TmueT,   in  iMiugiiig the exhibit t-.j the noticeof  lhe brirish public was'uot to see!-: a  market, but  to demonstrate   to  intending   emigrants Ihat  f'.riiish Columbia olds   splendid   advantages  to   all   who   desire   to   follow   land J  pursuits.  jdM.liS.......���Jl,..aili.r.KK,'..���f   thediwi,  of  I. - Uiscovery. Mi-itiWIi Coluinhia, apply to  the Hoard of Licence Conimissioners lor a  transferor the Hotel Licence now held |,y  W. A. Anderson, jn the iiremisos loiowii anil  doscrihed as the " ilalnioi-al" Hotel. Discovery, H. C, to commence mi the lirst dav  of January. IlillS.  My post oiiiee uiIiIi-ons is : Discovery,  II?C.  Tiio name and address (vf the owner iii' the  premises proposed to he IJcenced are : Mrs.  A. JS. .Miller; Discovery. II. (?.  Dated this (!itfi tlav of Novciiilier, J)i(.'|.  Mlin. A. M. Jlii.i.Kn.  .Si-natiii-i; ol' thehohlei-.d'thi.. Licence:  ,W.'A.  AMlKIIHON,  lVr Wai.tkii Ow.CN. Chief l,i(.,,,���.e |���spccl.���  :Y^7",K,It; H.mxoN aiid Louis SciiuiwZ.of the  .Town of Atlin, UritUh Odliimhin, here-  >)>��� apply to the Hoard of Licence Commis-  sioiiei's foru transfer of the Hotel Licence  now held hy J. G. Cornell to scll'iutoxicat-'  iiiK Liiiiiors iVntlor the provisions of'tlie Statutes in that hehalf. in the premises known  and desei-ilied as the ���" Nufr-et " Hotel, Dis-  ��overy,.situate on Main Street, Town of Discovery, to commuiice oii the lirst day of January,' 111(15.  Our post oflies nil dress is : Atliii, Ii. C.  .The  name and  address,of   the owners of  the promises proposed to  lie   Licensed  are  Di.son A Schulz, Atlin, H. C.  Dated t his inth day of XoveiiiiieiMDOI.  ��� '"."'   ���/'���, Rill. l)ixox,  ��� "���.' ���, I .bins Sciiui.z.  Signature of the holder of the Licence :  ���I. G. G'oi;.vi;i.L.  Discovery.  OPKN,D'AY AND NIGHT,  FIRST-CLASS RKSTAUR A NT  .'.���..���rN/''1''".?'/ .'/  /     : connection;      ;  lleadiiuaiters for DixonVHtujre.  Northern. LunsherGci, \  Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.  NOTICE   OF   FOnFFITURE.  NOTICE.  Application   for Transfer  of   Liquor  Liecnoe.  ^   .MIW.   TIIOS.-HLN'C/ICI.IKI.'K,,,!'   T11U.1.  I    ���       Hi'iiish Coliimhi,,,,,,,,,!,- to the   ll,,;,,.,!  o!  Li,.|.,���.,.('011,i,n'ssi���n,.|.,s for  ���   t ran.slVr ���f  Ml...   II..H.I .Lie,.,,,.,. .���������.   |,oltP|,.v   l.-.-nncis U.  I Ash.,,,,, ,��� lhe premises Iu,own and descri Led  u. the ".llMuson " II..lei,'('���!,���, li,'(���.,,,, ,,om:  i.ieii.vn on Ihe lirst d-,,y ���f il,.,,,,,,, y, lUi:*,.  ;dy i.o.st ollic'.i ���'i|di-(,si-,i|��� ; .|.���|j,,'  |{  (;  Tl "'" i.ii.l.ii.l,lr.-��s.(.r lhe owner of ,|,(.  preiiuses proposed to he Lie ,|   ,u.,', .  \ir/  Thos. llliielieliir,., T11I111, |{. (:. ''  HiitiMltl.is l.-.ti. day ���f.\,,vc,'���l,er, HUM.  ���MlW. Tims   lliNru'ri.ii-T..;.     I  Mull.ltll.c ol'tl... hold..,. ���|' l|���. Lice,,,.,.;    ;     I  ,,      ���, I'Iiamis (I    Ahiiios.        i  1'���'�����<���'���'�������'��wKs(jiI|1.r,j(.|l|11.,P,llslM!(.l,ilJ  ToC. A. t'liiiiiiAiiij :.-. V,,,, '���,.��� |���,lvhv ���()ti.  lied thatdiiHi,^ lhe years lUi;l, l!llii,'l!ii;:i i,,,d  llllll, the uiulersi^iieil l.us ex|.ende,l niore  than yillU.llll in htl,,,,. 1IM,| 'liin���.���v,!,ii,.|its.fiiel.  year inniitione.l al.ove, cm the (iiii.i, ?Stah  .Minerul (iliilm, sit u.ite ,m the west .shore of  LuUe llennelt, iu the Ciisslar District, ll?C.  in which miiiiii-elaim youowiia,, uiidlvlile.'l  half interest us shown h.v tin.' notices of lorn-  ''" '"I record, hi the mini,,- ,-i.-i..,i-.Ls of  said Districi. '  The said hihorwus perform,.,! ,ls ���,���| |-(U.  tlie annual representnl ion of M,id claim for  Hie years i,h���ve nieniioned ���s .,.,,��� i ,(.,| |,y  !'���<-��� mini,,- |���ws of lirllisl, L'ol'n.nhia, and  that VfClll.im hei,,. ,|,t. ������������������ ;.���������,,.,.,,,���  hold said clitini j;,,.. ,.;U.|, y,.,,,^  You are further ������| ii|?,| ,(,���,, M���|,,SM ,��� ,���.  "dorethe expiration '.of HO days after (l,'���  lli-sl Piililicaliou of this notice you eontrib-  ilti'.voiir proporiicmof suel, e.s'pemlil 11 re as |  im-Uv. ������,,..  to  wit:   the Mini of .���?2II(').(||J,  On and after the 231 d.   of April,  1904-and   until further  notice  the :  following will be the prices gl'I^um-?  '������ber..'. - 7 *'��� ���  Rough, up to 8 inches, $40.. 7  do        do      10       ,, 45?  do        do     12      ,-,.   .'50.  IM.alched, S50.00  '���.'S. D. $5.00 & 1). D. $10. extra,  .12^ per cent discount will be aU  lowed for cash at time of ordering?  r:  Atlin  Lodge,vNo. 15,  f  I  :���'������: 1  "���.y  ?3  -1  -Si  1  ���...?  1  7.':d-f  :j����&  meets .second  a,nd,fourth   Wcdne.s,-  ��f.l,,.r- will,'������; c-sts ofiuK?;,,':^^ at 8 p. ,,.., at  the A. O. [J..W l.loclc, 'J'la.ird Street.  ���u.t-icc,  y���ur  i,,t,r,,st.  i���   ,he  claim   ^viUlie  orleiti... to tin. ,in,l,.r.,i-���e,| Co Own,.r, who  .as���,ad..s,���.|,..si���.,���lii���1;(.,.u,(| .villi,,;,.,,,,:,?  Ins properly i��� !|���, ,������,������.,. provided hy |���w.  Dated tins i.-.tl, ,|,i.v ,,|' a ii-iim, ||i,-.|.  ir.-lll-'iMI '>���  "���  I'Ul'KN.  Visiting   Brothers 'are  cordially  invited to attend.  If W. J,Jo\vi..i,N(.;, ',  Master Workman,.  K. i\l. N.Wqcins, Recorder;-.  ^ rT��n��   ^   1** " &f  ATLIN, Ti. C, SATURDAY. DKCKMBER 3.  r.904  -":*..  9  Importers   and   General    Merchants.  Staple   and   Fancy   Dry   Goods, Ladies'   Underwear,  Ladies' and Gent's Felt Slippers, IVIen's   Underwear,  Ready-Made   Clothing,, Boots,   Shoesj Etc.  '  We carry a'full line of the celebrated Gold Seal flubbers and Overshoes-  (U.oii.H iii:mvi,:ki-;i) i-homi-i i.v on -inn ijiikkkk.  -JBrjttf-W  om- stock oi- Staph ami Fancy Groceries  is ..larger than ever and all at close cash prices.  Remember every artiolo we sell we guarantee to be first class.  A. S. CKOSS. runs.  CORRESPONDENCE.  ('lhe Claim i> mil responsible forvicift  expressed b.v correspondents.]  Tho   Eag-Je  Screams.  To .Mr. Kilitnr.  Ii'cspcrlc.l Sir: - I'll l,u ".eouteineij" if I  would nol sh.i.it the von ol a ...o.im- ll.nt  writ thai i.riieli-liriiinil h-ller last weeh. ll  'pours to run like a Cnnurli lifts ...ore .sieve  4li.ni thai.  . I kallthiln lhe e.iihint who wril tliul ifl'u-  sion was'a haw-haw or I, iuh.Iiollard man ���  perhaps a inililuric jillicr, or.sicl, cattel.  Do you Unow, .Mr. I'diior, what we',1 do  will, tl.iui Uiu.l .low',, Onlifoi-ny way : If he  ���war the h.-.sl the i-.uiip per,loo,-ed, :t wood  1111, lie no odds, we'd Inr and let b.-r t In- crilter  .mid .send him home to his maw.  Rest peltfooly,,  Oi.if TliiKH.  Atlin, II. CTIjii'rsdnv, lit Dee.  'I'd the I'ditor, Atliii Claim.  Sin :���We 1.otic,., iu the lust is>ne of The  Claim a correspond, nt who has not seen-lit  to .reveal' hi.s tiitine, or,-as I think, he has  started out to do hus-iucss iu the name of  the Dominion of Canada,  This individual seems' to think that lit? has  a kickenmiu^ because there are some citizens of the United,Stales livine; in Discovery  and they are eatiue; Canadian lire,id nnd are  observing the Yankee's Thanksgiving Day.  AVe see in another paper that is puhli.shcd  iu New York that there is another individual living in Now York that- thinks that he  has a kick coming also, because .some of the  (rood people of New York celebrated Kiiifr  IC.I^v.urd's birthday. Hut, sir, wonders will  never eenso as louj^ in, deformity exists iu  the human race. If one happens to e;o into  one of the homes of these (tisintr the Western  phrase) "damp pools," their e-oo.I parents  wiM tell you all about liow smart mill how  liri-rlit that child was before he fell out of  therradlH and hurt Iii* little head���so had  that he has never been real smart since.  We can plainly see in this pair of kickers,  two children that fell out of the cradle and  hurt their little heads, and that those heads  need a lot ot fixing to-day.  Now, Sir, the only tliinjr tlnjt  r see that we  can do about these two case.s of deformity is  to call   it  a  staiid-olf' between   Canada and  . the United States.  Kuiiisht .Mclviiie.  hacked    by   every dollar they  have   in   lhe  world, can do   iu   continuance ol   the   Hood  ivork.  , The   .\orth,j;-i,   Power   iijjiI    l.umbi-r   Co.,  I.td,, is  owned   chiefly   by  >u,>,,    j���   j,.   our  midst ���local   men, who  spend   their   money  wh ; they live ; iheyarc nil  workers and  all wa^-e earners. This ..'on.puny is a liiy  K-ntri'-jm.viiiK concern, fur t l.ey employ u biy-  stall'of slu'lleil l.ibor and ihcir wiif^o bills to  this date are 'way up in the I ImiiimuiiIs ol  dollies. 'J'hey have rei-inilly at tr.-eat ex-  prtisijrii.oii.il its ,.|,.,.|i-i|. pluut from lhe  111,rib lo Mm soul h end of I he town, where it  now iu installed iu t heir new buildii.e-.  It is known l<i 1 lie wriier thai, attempts  have been nnd urc si ill hei,in- niaile by iutor-  iisfeil imriUni to" prejudice this coiupany iu  the eyes of I he public of A llin, and J I, is one  ofthe most recent of such cll'orts t hat i% the  cause of t his let ter. I urn s-pcakin^ as one  ol the public of 11, is place, for I have not one  cent iifvested in lhe enterprise. .I#t us help  them iilou^ ali we ran as kiuji- a" they eon-  tinlie to srive the public a f.iir deal.  Thaiikiiitoou for allowing me the use of  your columns.���I am, Sir, yours truly,  lioni'.itT AlClvHtt.  The Atlin,Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,  also  POULTRY   OF ALL  KINDS,   Dressed to Order.  C.   DOELKER,   Manager.  Toronto, Out.', Nov. 25th :���A  fly wheel in the Jiogers' Wood  Yard hurst. One piece flew a hun-  died yards and lit 011 the head of  Wm. Strickland, killing,him in-  stantlv.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  *?>*��&*&  &J*r.^.S>**P>K��&*&P&S'#&9 9JH&*}  ^'���tftfr^WM';^'**"*^  OPEN    BAY    AND    NIGHT.  THE  DINING-ROOM IS CONDUCTED  ON  STRICTLY FIRST-  CLASS   PRINCIPLES.  /5^  DISCOVERY, li. C.  Tasty   meals,    fine   liquors,   good  cigars, and soft beds, make it a  pleasant home for all  travellers?" ~  To the Editor of The Atlin Claim.  " Sir :���I have read with amazement, "Canadian's" letter in the last issue of Tho Claim  aiid I (riiess ''Canadian" was recovering  from an over-dose of Canadian Kye, probably paid for by his American cousins, and  linvinira sore head, became abusive towards  his best Irieiids.  1 should like to ask ''Canadian" and his  tympathisers a few questions :  Was it a Ciina.liaii that first discovcro'd  Hold in Atlin.? x  To the citizens of what country does Atliii  owe its present iiiinin^ development '!  Would it he rinlit lor the American to'take  th,e initiative iu arrnntrintr festivities ou the  Cuiiudiiin holidays ? and, if not, then���when  the Ciiniidiiins have not the "wet up" to celebrate their own holidays���why criticize the  more enterpri/.iuK' American for umusinjr  hi/iisclf 011 his ?  .My advice to " Canadian" for next 21th (if  November is: '��� Leave Srusriiim alone and  limit himself lo Atliii Mineral Water."'  U.s'clk Sam.  [We have received another letter ou this  drum internal ioiial conl roversy, from "IMne  Creek," hut as the writerdors not enclose his  real inline, it is ue;uiiist our rules to publish  it.]  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor  GOLD     I-IOTJS-E,  DISCOVERY, IB.   C.  ST.LiIOT.LY  FJl-tST   OLA.SH.  ;i  JOE   ROSE,   Proprietor.  WJL'AOJC     A:     UVIUIY     J.N'     C'OJSMJ-JC'i'JOlS'.  p  0  X  S  0  K  E  b  li  ,*  K  fi  B  Tlie  o  Beg to announce  that they have reopened and aie now  read}' for business.  Thej- take this opportunity to thank  their former patrons  and respectfully solicit their further  patronage,  Mrs. M. FENN,  Proprietress.  E. M.''N. WOODS,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW.  Has taken ;iu Oflice at Itnoin I, Cold  Mouse, Discovery. Office Hours ���  U'liesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,  from li to S j). in.  HOTEL  DIXCW    BROTHERS,   Proprietors  Free.  Pool   &   BiLliads,  Frei^htim* and Teaming J-        Horses and Sleighs for Hire.  V.  TROTMAN,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  ~ ���-���-��-������-<  ���-���-���-���-3>  O.K.  I3ATHS  UARHIiR SHOP  V.   SllIKI.DS   Si   EviiV   JJUKIIAM.  Now occupy tlieir new   uiiai'teis noM  to the Hank of II. N. A-. I'irst Street.  The hath rooms are e<iiially as ^rood as foiiml  in  oitie-s.    Private   1C..trance for lat-lieH.  A Progressive Enterprise,  To tho Ivditor Atliu Claim,  Slic-As a citizen of A I Iin and a pipuoer of  thociunp, I wish to (,'ivi; expression to my  |i|?pri,i'hitioii of a business, entni pris; j in this  town, which is not, I think, at- the liresenl.  jime receiving the encouragement aud sup-  jiort, tliat,its eoui'iiK'eoiis policy merits.and  which |hose eoniieeted with it huve ��' ,**.!��,,t  |o (>X||i!(.'t from their fellow-citizens.  In |l]e cimimny which is tffJa.v furiiishin'H'.  this i;ipi|<)te frontier town with an ui'.'t"-  llntc electric li��lil service,' weyli.iffiii' an'.oi-  Kiu'ii/iitld'i eomp(iso(l not of liloaUM:l;capital-  JHl.s'or^riifti;r.siiiiiI hot air men from 'way  back Mast, but instead of that class' we have  (i eom/.iiii.v of oiir own trusty cij.IsjiMis. some  i,t whom were nmontrst the very curliest of  Atlin's pioneers, hnviiiu; l.-.n'iled here Kii ISIW,  when our trim |i|i le |o\vn (if A tl|ii".'vnj<#  howling'wildernesH. 'i'hese rtieii have (lou'jj  tlieir share, itiul^i lurtfi) .slj!irtfni'.'tjiilt, iu till*  PlibiiihliiiH' of the Atlin ol''tii'da.v, and they  (ire at it yet,yloiiiK'cvorytIiiny' which energy,  Lake View Group of Mineral  Claims.  SiTii.vi'ii in tmi.! Ati,in .Minimi Division hi'  (lAHKIAII   Dl.lTKKJT,COHSISTINIi  Ol'  TIIH  bAliU    VlHW,   (rUANI)   Vli',VV    /Nil    l,AHT  ' ClIANC'K .MlNKIIAI, Cl.AI.MM.    WllBIIH liO-  CATKO���Hi-;twi.;i.;n Hiiicm anii IIoui.jii'ii  "' CilKKIta, lVollTI'1  OI,'"l'IN|.; C.'llliUK.  rilAICHyVOTrOH'^liat l?.M. K- .laiiiieson,  i'-*-- '-ajjent, lor \V, IIP Urmvn, Free .\iiuer's  Cei'tillciite lilM,S!l(i, anilrJ.M, l)(|H uiny, l-'ree  Miiier's Curtilleate li;M,.Sl)l; and -Iplin U'oods,  l.'ree .Miner's Certilieat'e lilll.ijl^, intend, lid  (lays fr(|i|i dalo.herepl' toiipply tolhe .Mliiin'u;  Kecoriler for a C'ertifictite of Improvement  fill' tli(i purpose of obtainine; a Crown CJrant  of tlieiwbovo wroiip of clainis: and I'urllier,  take notice, thiit (toticiiii>iiii,fli>r seclion 7)7,  ���mus.1 lie eompieiieed before Ihe issuance of  niiiili Certilicute iif liuprovemeiil.  Patl.i.l (his IU(li da,v of October, l!��'-i.  ,��:?������.     ... Al, l{. .lA.MIICSO.V,  !���'. Al. (J.  jiiJUyi  FIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CIIOKTSr WINtS. LIQUORS A,\0 LIKAKS CASE GOODS A-SI'LCIALIY.  Tlie Canadian Sank of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $8,700,000.  R-<SKUVH,    $3,000,000.  Branches of the Bank nt Jeattiti,  San Francisco,  Portland,  Skagway, ete.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Go uj Dust Pijkcha.si.'ij���- Assay Ovyicii im Connection. ,  ?D? ROSS, Waunger;:  VANCOUVER  ENGINEERING  VANCOUVER, B. C.  SPECIALISTS   IN  HYDRAUUC  RIFKU'  HOISTS  cnmeri|��  GIANTS, WATKR    GATKS,  STJ'KI? KIVJ.vTTliD    PIPK,  BARS,  MfNING  CAGKS     AM)     OKI1;    CAR  Write   far  prices   and  cats,  P/IADE   TO   SPECIAL   DESIGN.1  i''--ll  ���:*ri*.{  'fjg&irwixzzsu'ji r  ATLIN,' B. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, '9<^-  !��� >  We car. supply you with the following for your Christmas table!  Trefoil Arabian. Bates,       <>    Mixed  Nuts,  5 Cr. Smyrna Fig*s,  8  Candies,  3   '-    L. Layer   Raisins,    g    Apples and   Oranges.  LEAVE   YOUR    ORDER    NOW.  "irr\  )��,.  i  JL/��  PILL MAN   &   CO,  Local Events.  'Don't forget the sale ol" work al  "the    Presbylciiau     Church     next  Tuesday   night.  Saunta .Clans will'make his hcad-  quarler.s at E. I.,. LJillinau'.s & Co's  store this Xmas.  Mr.    T.     X.    Campbell    knows  . where good  .sport   is to  be had,--  he returned 1'roiu Birch   Creek   last  week with 200 ptarmigan.  MeDwtiald's Grocery makes a  "specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  A merry sleigh party, including  ".Happy," diove to.,Discovery last  Tuesday night. There must have  been' some misunderstanding', as  "Happy" had the seat all to himself.     We wonder why ?  Baths���Saturdays only���at the  the 0. K. Barber Shop���75 cents  ��� for winter only.  From the Children's Aid Society  in Vancouver, ,Rev. Mr. Stephenson recently received a letter soliciting aid from Atlin, and a donation of Sot dollars has been forwarded to that worthy institution.  Miss Stewart, of Discovery, when  applied to, promptly raised S22 of  that amount.  For Xmas Cards and Calendars,  E. L. Pillinan and Co. have a pretty  assortment to select from.  The children are rehearsing for  the grand concert and Xmas tree  Xo be held at the Presbyterian  Church on Friday, Dec. 23rd, when  Simula Clans will make his welcome appearance.  There being a misunderstanding  at present between Atliu Curling  Club and Jack Frost, accounts for  the Skating Rink being unopened.  >!ext out-going- mail will take  your picture postal cards to the old  country in time for Xmas. They  are to be had at lhe Atliii Studio.  Mr. Geo. Kerr, the prominent  Discovery business man, letL Tuesday morning for a well-earned holiday. He goes lo Wilton, Maine,  where his wife aud family are.  A Black Kelt Hat, taken in place  of a brown one, from the Presbyterian Church corridor last Sunday  evening, can find rightful owner if  brought to th is office or G us Ek hind.  A Successful   Social Concert.  A concert'and social was held in  the Presbyterian Church.. Discovery,  last Saturday evening. The Rev.  E. Turkington occupied the chair.  The Spruce Creek Orchestia were  out in full force and rendered some  splendid selections. -Mrs. Rogers  recited "The Drowning Singer,"  and had to respond to an encore.  Messrs. Hickman aud Parrett  pleased the audience with iheir  songs, which were greatly appreciated. The .Medley by Mcsclamcs  Rogers, Mobly unci 'Anderson is  worthy of special mention; each of  them showed tlieir elocutionary  powers to advantage. The concert  was a success in every respect.  Coffee and cake was served at the  close of the concert.  ���   The latest magazines and papers  arealwavs on hand at Pillinan's.  Notice to Drifters.  Your pictures taken in your drifts  or by your-.cabins���.and produced  on post-cards to send .3-011 r friends  Christmas time. S4.00 pep -doz.  Send orders to Tin; Ati.in Studio.  Dent  joe.   lxieul^   in    town    eun���}\&  had at the  Russel  Hotel, prepared  bv Gus B-runich,  the famous chef.  B. C. Heaters'���at Durie's.  -best in the market  J. W.' McFarlane, C. E.  wr.r,i>T, :h. c.  Tunnel Survey, $13.  Plans and Specifications For Steam Shovels and  Hydraulic Plants on application.  J. C. CHRISTIAN.  Teaming ESone.  Convenient to Ailin or Discovery.  Hold   Up!  Tin-  Sli!is.-\vii.v  ollini.  of  tin;   I'ncili'.'  Const  ^tl'lllllstlill    C'o.   WHS    lirlll    II|>!1   I'llW (Ill.Vs 11JTO,  uml tin' n^t'iil, (ii>iii'!ii) A. IliisiMiliiTfr, wus  I'l'lii'ii-il ol .7.*,li(K) nt tlie cotiiimn.v's money.  jlr. IIii-i-nliiM"^ was siiiiilliau^fMl into insi-n.si-  liilit.v uml 1 it'll w it li i'o|i|.. .Si>\criil sn-ports  li.-ivi. Ii'-r.-i ui'ri'-.ti-fl, out I'liiim tlii'.v run  jimvi' iililii'i. Tin' run! I"'i'l��'i'l I'utiii'S iiri!  viinioniil In lid Iii'inlin;.' fur Atlin Distrii't.  ilrwiiril in oll'i'i'cil  for ui'i'irsl.  n  ie  Picture Post-Cards���Atlin Views  ���S3.00 per doz. .Special pictures  taken and produced on post-cards,  S4.00 per doz.; reduced prices for  larger numbers.  Characteristic sels of Atlin Views.  Enlarging, etc. ��� All at popular  prices.  ALFRED CARMICHAEL,  ' Manackk.  TABLES  ��.   LUMSDEN-  Carry   nothing   but   the   best  qualities      and      brands      of,  Groceries    that   can    be   procured for the Northern-Trade. ���  Call and inspect our stock before buying your fall supplies.  GENT'S FURNISHINGS.      GCIJ SEAL HIP BOOTS.  0  THE   IRON   STORE.  OWER & H|nfg. go., ��td.  succbssok to jy[a FOLEY  GHEMP   GASH   STORE.  ft&f  FULL LIKE'OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.  Flour,  Oats,  Chop   Feed,   Bran,   &c, &c ,  On and after August ist and until further notice, the following will  be the rates for lights ; accounts collectible monthly :  ELECTRIC    LIGHT    RATES: ��� Installation^^3:50 per light.  8 Candle Power Incandescent $ S.75 nor month nor light  16 " " .    ��     ��� 3.SS  32 " " " 5.50  All burned-out or blackened lamps will be exchanged for new ones,  free of charge, if brought to the Company's office, but broken ones will  be charged for at 30 cents each.  MODERN STEAM LAUNDRY IN CONNECTION: ^^K0^.  LOUIS   SCHLUZ,  WHOLESALE   AND    RETAIL   BUTCHER,  ATLIN,    B.    C.  J. D.  DURIE  ATMN,   13.  C.  SHELF AND  HEAVY"  HARDWARE,  T'n and Granite Ware,'  Miners' and Blacksmiths' Supplies,     Doors and Windows.  Furniture and Mattress Factory..  NOW    OPEN  northern Brewing gompatiy, Dd  SMALL  ATLIN, li. C.  BREWERS   OE  LAGER BEER.  AND    LARGE    ORDERS    PROMPTLY  FILLED.  I-* I NEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.  EVERYTHING CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  Un-to-Daie   Restaurant  in   Connection.  FRED   WRONG,   Manager.  COl'N'1'1'   1'I U.ST   AVUNUU   AN1J   DI.SCOVliKY   STRI'liT,   ATI.IN.  THE  Half-Way House  Ih   11   liuven   for    all  travellers. Tliomeals  .-nre fi'bo-inllliiiir ami  III!)    lll'IICUI'K-   in     tho  l.'iir us refi'iitiliiiitf as  tlie <lesw of tlie curly  morning. An ideal  Miiiniiiui' and winter  resort.  JAMES   CLARK,  I'KOI'KIKTOK.  ���<dl  Hi  I  1  (ii  i i*^" r���-��ny ���7-rr; rj^  r ������    j���-v-  Mdj^^cams-


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