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 likens�� A     J2&. ia. 1    ?    JsL &  vol. 2o.  ATLIN,   B. C���    SATURDAY.     UI'.CFMBKR     r,   1906.  NC.  3SS  TELEGEAPHIC.  ���u  A Budget of Interesting News  From Many Quarters.  [Sl'l'.l.'l All TO  TIM-;  1,'liA I.VJ.l  Olyiupia, W'itijli., Nov. 30.���The  Haines Mission and Houndary Railroad Company, has been incorporated by Jack Dalton and others.  The road will run along the Cbilcat  and Klehena rivers lo Porcupine,  thence to the Boundary at Pleasant  Camp. .  Hremerton, Wash., Nov. 30.- -  .Last night wireless communication  was established between .here and  fthire Island. This is of the utmost  importance as it will obtain greater  security in navigation. ,  Washington, D.C., Nov. 30���The  post office department has decided  to pass up to congress Canada's abrogation of the second class treaty.  ���The movement is due to the large  circulation of American periodicals  into Canada.  San Francisco, Nov. 30.���The  U. S. district attorney has caused  the arrest of Captain Klineuberg of  the whaler Olga, now at Barrow  Point, for the murder of Paul Jackson, the boat's engineer.  Chicago, Nov. 30.���Despite the  fact that threats were made on his  life, Senator Tillman, addressed a  large meeting last night. He was  surrounded by forty detecliues. No  disturbances were made although a  great many negroes were present.  Mayor Dunne refused to act as  chairman because - Tillman would  not eliminate the 'race question."  Los Angeles, Nov. 30.���The citizens are suffering from the cold .on  account of coal famine.  Seattle, Nov. 30.���Most of the  people are without coal. Shortage  caused by the recent floods. Water  covered hundred of miles' of land  and ties-up many railways.  Washington, Nov. 30.-���Before  leaving the Louisiana President  Roosevelt addressed the sailors. He  said he was proud of the navy, and  stated- that . he would revoke the  license of any house wit ere sailors  were refused admission on account  or their uniforms. He will use-his  influence elsewhere.  Los Angeles, Nov. 30.--O'Brien  and Burns are in readiness for the  heavyweight championship. Jeffries  referees. Burns ten pounds heavier.  O'Brien, favorite ten to- seven. Odds  offered that Burns, will, nol last  twenty rounds.  Later. ��� O'Brien fought Burns  twenty teiiriilic rounds to a draw, at  the Pacific Athletic club. Jeffries  decision disputed by many. They  claii" thai Burns- had the best of it.  Burns was the agressor throughout.  O'Brien's marvellous foot work and  ducking saved him time and again,  lioth contestantsaud the referee covered, with blood when, the fight was  ..ended.     <":  Brownsville, Tex., Nov. 30.���At  the request of the citizens,.General  Netllelon completed an unbiased in-;  vesligalion of the Twenty-Kiflh negro regiment here, re-silting- Roose-  velts order of dismissal. He indorsed the president's action.  Seattle, Nov. 30.���The coat of  Male Deunison, ol the steamer Dix,  floated lo the surface over the spot  where the Dix sunk. Grappling  has been again resumed.  Denver, Nov. 30.���The federal  court has refused to enjoin the Colorado Fuel and Iron Co.,- for using  ihe alleged patent process of mixing-  pig iron, claimed by the-Carnegie  Steel company. The result of the  decision lessened the price of steel  ten per cent.  New York, Nov. 30. ���At the  trial of Frederick A. Burnhain, of  the Mutual Reserve Life Insurance,  for misappropriation of ��40,000, the  attorney for the defendant, charged  in open court that the sum was part  of a hundred thousand dollars demanded and paid by Burnhain lo  the state superintendent of insurance, Louis F. Payne, for permission to write his own report to the  company so he could do business in  New York.  Sacramento,, Cal., Nov. 30.���  Mayor Schmidt reached Trnckee  last night. Tn an interview he said  he was entirely .innocent and can  easily prove so. He asks the public to suspend their judgment until  he is heard.  In a speech at the Merchant's  Club, of Chicago, James J. Hill remarked: ' The-time has come for a  practical movement toward better  trade relations with,Canada. Our  average tariff against the Dominion  is 49.S3' per cent, while Canada  against the U. S. is 24.83. Absolute free trade or reciprocity is necessary to do away with irritation  and reprisals.  "Revenge is- sweet.'''' A crowd  of Michigan women took a woman  from her home,, tied her hands, covered her face with stove polish,  poured molasses over her and then  gave her a garment of feathers.  They tied her to a tree and left her.  Finally a man came along and released her.    She had been naughty.  MeKee Creek Development.  Mr. Fletcher T. Haniahnw informed us tlie olher day that' he  would place and , operate a Bucyrus  steam shovel, up ton, on McKee  cicek the .coming season. The  shovel will be brought in1 on the  opening of navigation. A small  saw mill plant will be brought in  over the ice. This will be used to  get out all the -limbers, posts and  planking for about a 'mile and a  quarter of flume, besides all the  ties and lumber for trestles. Tracks  will be laid to the dump and all the  necessary prelimiiuuy work done so  that when .the. shovel is erected 'all  will be in readiness.  The modus operandi of working  on McKee will be to'hydraulic' off  the top dirt and. follow up with the  shovel. Theie is a splendid dump,  plenty of water, and last.season's  work shows conclusively that there  is plenty of the yellow stuff mixed  with the gravel.  Mr. Plains haw has- just returned  (rom an extensive tour of the Stales  and practically all over 'Europe and  Great Britain. The trip was very  enjoyable and certainly .Mr. Haiu-  sliaw does not look as if he suffered  any'hardship while away.  The work of the coroner's jury  which sat at Whithorse in the case  of the Columbian disaster has rendered a'- verdict that the accident  was caused by the discharge of a  gun in the hands of one of the crew,  who,-was killed. The jury exonerates, the surviving officers and crew  'from all blame for the accident.  According to- the deductions, the  rifle was discharged while in the  hauidsof Morgan,, a deck hand. The  bullet penetrated! a package of powder on. the.- forward deck, among  other packages of the same material and caused the instant spreading  of the fire which consumed the boat  and caused so ma^iy deaths.  "The townofNooksack, in Wash?  iugton, was wiped out by. fire last  week.    Loss over $1,000,000.  Speaker Sutherland opened the  House of Commons last week, he  announced the resignation of the  Hon. C. S. I-lyinan, as member for  London. This is the third session  of-the  tenth  Canadian   parliament.  A despatch received at Cherbourg-  reports that .the North German  Lloyd steamer Kaiser dcr Grosse,  has been in-collision with the Royal  Mail steamer Orinoco. Both vessels  were badly damaged. Four of the  Kaiser Wilhelm crew killed and  twelve injured. Five of the Orinoco  crew are missing, supposed to have  been drowned. The Kaiser Wilhelm was going seventeen knots at  the time. The Orinoco crashed into her starboard side cutting a hole  twelve feet wide. Several passengers were killed.  According to a Manilla despatch  to the New York Herald, a Japanese captain of engineers, disguised  as a native, was caught sketching  the United States fortifications in  the Phillippines. It was at first  thought that the officer was a citizen, sketching for his own amusement, and his pictures were merely  confiscated. Later, his, official connection with the Japanese army was  established beyond a doubt, and he  was refused his liberty in the islands  again. It is recalled that similar  discoveries were made iii... Russia  simultaneously with the arising in  Japan.  F. K. Gigot returned to town on  Tuesday niglit. He says dead falls  are much more effective for the  capture of moose than the figure  four trap.  Discovery Doings.  We draw attention to the notice  in another column of the Arctic  Brotherhood smoking concert, to be  held in Discovery next Tuesday  evening. The A. O.'U. W. wiil be  the guests of the evening.  Charlie Hickman and .'Tex' Calvert are out trapping on the Dixie  divide. They will probably remain  out all winter.  'Chis' Nissen' and Pete Peterson  ���  are  out  at  Lincoln -creek.     They  will put in the winter trapping.  We. miss the jingle of the stage,  sleigh bells these days and the  smiling face 'jiiii* McKinuon. No  doubt as soon as sleighing gets better and travel increases 'Jim' will  have his prancing steeds-out and.,  take the helm.  A hunting fever has broken out  in Discovery.' Those who can beg  borrow or, well���become possessed  of. a shooting iron arc off to the tall  timbers after moose. Tf every hunter gets what he expects it will put a  crimp in the butcher business,  tlowevcr, we . hope tlie boys will  meet with a measure of succcsr. and  bring home something.  Opening of Curling- and'.Skating  Rink at Discovery.  The skating rink, under the joint  management of Messrs. Jamicson  and Sweet, formally opened on  Thursday afternoon. The ice is in  excellent condition. A leant of the  Atlin curlers, J. A. Smith, R. D.  Featherstonhaugh, C. R. Bourne  and J. Cummiugs were6 up. The  victory went to Discovery after a  very close and a very exciting  game.    Score 12 to to.  Considerable disappointment was  caused by the poor turnout from  Atlin, as it was expected that there  would be a large contingent from  that town, which was represented  only by the curling team and a  couple of enthusiastic supporters.  James Lipscombe, in an interview  with a Vancouver reporter said:  Atlin produced this season about  ^410,000. The individual miner is  gradually drifting away and t'ne  companys are getting the ground.  Owing to the glaze-ice sidewalks  and roads about town pedestrians  are. all adopting a fashionable shuffle.    It is quite popular.  Messrs Cartmel, -Hanna and Fink  are very successful hunters. 'Frank  Mobley got a letter telling him they  had got five moose and had crippled  another. Frank will send out a rig  to get the meat.  The result of the fourth meeting  of the Atlin whist club is: Table t.  Williams-Vickers gain 3 over Dowl-  iug-Pillman. Table 2, Faulkner-  Smith gain 3 over Caiueron-Rnrkc.  Table 3. Bourne-Burnside lie'Cum-  mings-Sinclair. Table 4, Fraser-  Wheeliug gain 3 over Wallace-  Culliu. " ' ATLIN,   B. C,    SATURDAY,    DECEMBER    i,    1906  .AlU  THE ATLIN CLAIM is puquiiiicd cvcnv Saturday  MOIlfllMG. MAM.CO rnCC TO AMY PAHT Of THC  WOflLU Toil BO.CENTS PCR MONTH; ��b.OO PER  /Iin. ADVCPTISIPIG FIATC5 I SI.00 PSH INCH EACH  INM-.OTION J rtCADING NOTICES. ? S CENTS A LINE.  ' flPCCIAL   HATES     ON    APPLICATION.  ���*0��~- "  JOB PKINTINti :  UL-Hr.ADA, PO&TEnS, VISITIM.".    CAPUS,  LJCTTCn-KEADi, PnOCllAMMCS,        ETC.,   ETC.  OHOIR5    PnOMPTLY    EXECUTED.  PniCES    MOOCMATE.  Tub Atmn Claim Pum.ismsci Co., lVni.  W.     POL-EiAHU.     GlIANT,       KIUTOK-MaNAORH.  THE REASON WHY  It   was  out  of tlie  question for  Premier McBride to accept the offer  made by the conference, or to entertain the subsequent suggestion made  by Mr. Fielding.      If  he had done  so he   would   have  discredited the  cause which   he was elected to,.rep-  resent.      The    acceptance   of   the-  equivalent of $40,000 a' year in perpetuity would have  been the severest comment upon the-bona fides of  our claim.    That chief justices and  premiers should have journeyed to  London  and   Ottawa,   and kept up  an agitation   for many years to enforce a claim which could be settled  for so   paltry a sum is not to be believed   for  a moment.    Such-a gift  would have savored of a 'pourboire'  to a beggar,   rather   than   the  payment of a just  claim to a creditor,  and as   Premier McBride aptly said  ou   his   return,   he  did  not  go   to  Ottawa   to  beg  any   favors,  but to  demand the just rights of the province.     The  sum of $40,000 a year  would not have  helped appreciably  to lighten the burden   of the   province or to assist   in its development.  Tohave remained at the conference  after the  demands  of the  premier  had   been   so   flatly    turned   down  would have'compromised our representative, even   though  he  had not  voted.    He wouid.have been a party  to the subsequent, deliberations, and  would have sacrificed something of  his independence,   and  have weakened   the   unanswerable  argument  for substantial   "better terms" that  he had put forward.    He therefore  consulted   not only   his own self-respect, bul  the  dignity and interest  of  British   Columbia   by withdraw-  iug.-~The Week.  the same right  to   invite people'fo  our country as ,we do to our homes.  Those we do   not 'wish we will- not  ask."      The   undesirable   influx of  Hindus   has   given   the .people   of  ���Vancouver   much   trouble,    and it  will not slop there.     The Hindu, if  he is allowed   to come in unrestricted, will spread   over and become a  pest throughout   the   province.     Of  course   they   are   British   subjects,  and as such   entitled   to   free entry.  But  they   are   entirely unfitted   tor  the conditions   which  prevail   upon  the coast.     Their . religious  beliefs  and peculiar class  distinctions   are  altogether  foreign   and   opposed to  our ideas   of life.      They   will not  assimilate,   and from what we have  seen they   cannot hold their own in  the ranks of.labor.      It   would   not  surprise , us   if the  Hindu invasion  had been planned in order to supply  cheap labor in lieu of the Chinese.  Take a chance in the raffle for a  fur-lined overcoat; on view at Tin?  Claim office. ���  The  Canadian   Hank  of   Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP   $10,000,000.  ��������� Rkskrvk,  $4,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at Jeattie,  Highest  Prices Paid For  Furs !  r.OXTIS  LEVY  Representing1 Joseph Ullman, N. Y.  Will make Regular Trips  to Atliii to buy Viira.  n24,  Synopsis of   Canadian  Homestead   Regulations.  /\ NY available Dominion Lands within  _C3^. the Ttailway Holt in llritish Columbia,  may bo homesteaded by any person who is  the sole head of a family, or any male ovev IS  years of ajre, to tlie extent of one-quarter  section of ItiO acres more or less.  Entry must be made personally at the local  land oflice Tor the district-in which the land  is sirnntc.  The homesteader is required to perform  the conditions connected- therewith under  one of the following plans:  (1) At least, six 1110111118' residence upon uwl  cultivation of the land in.each year for three  yea rs.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is  deceased) of I ho homesteader resides upon a  farm in the vicinity of the land entered for,  the requirements as to residence may ho  .satisfied by such, person residing with the  father or mother.  ('.I) If the settler has his permanent resi-  denci' upon farminir laud owned by him in  the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may he satistied by  residence upon the said land.'  Six months' notice in writing- should be  Kivcu totheCnmmissioner of Dominion r.ands  at- Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coul lands may be purchased at, $1(1 per aero  for soft coal and 520 for anthracite. Notraore  than U2n acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at, the rate of  ton cents per ton of 2,01)0 pounds shall be collected on the gross output.  \V. \V. CORY,  Deputy of tho Minister of the Interior.  N.H.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. jy21-6m  Notice to Purchase Land..  "Canada for Canadians'' is our  motto. This interpreted means  that air who come to Canada and  prove themselves worthy will be  made welcome. Welcome indeed  to share with us the riches and  blessings that are plentifully scattered over our broad domain. Some  people have a mistaken notion of it.  They think it is Canada for Canadians only, and believe, with assi-  nine stupidity, that the Canadians  should divide it up for themselves.  To say that people may be found  who think this w;iy may sound  ridiculous, yet it is true. If Canada counts on doubling her population 'in the next ten j'ears it will not  he from an increased birthrate.  The increase must come from the  outside, from other countries. Now,  Canada is our country and our  Lome, and, to use the words of a  local gentleman, "we should have  -^rrO'Piei-; Is hereby srivon that r. M. R.  -I���^ .lainii'son, intend to apply to tho  Chief Commissioner of bands and Works,  after lid days from date, for permission to  purchase the following described tract of  land: Commciicine: at a post, on the northern end of tho divide between Spruce and  Otter CreeUs, thence 40 chains south, thence  ���10 chains east, thence 10 chains north, thenco  41 chains west to point of commencement,  containing 160 acres more or less.  Dated 1st, October, lflllli.  ill M.K. JAMhESON.  ">^OTlGK Is hereby given that I, John  -���t-^ Dunham, intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of bands and Works', after 60  days from date, for permission to purchase  the following described tract of laud: Com-  nienciiiK at a post on the summit of tho  divide between Spruce and Otter Creeks,  thence 00 chains cast, thence 40 chains north,  tlieuce liO chains west, thence 10 chains south  to point oT commencement, contnininp: 240  acres more or less.  Dated 1st October, IWIO.  ���II .rOIJX DUNHAM.  "TSTTOTICE Is hereby (riven that I, J. M.  -���"-^ iluH'ner, intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works, after 00  days from ditto, for permission to imrchase  the following described tract of laud: Commencing at 11 post on the northern end.of the  divido between Spruce and Otter Creeks,  thenco 40 chains east, thence 40 chains north,  thence 40 chains west, thence 40 chains south  to point of commencement, containing J(10  acres more or loss.  Dated 1st October, l'JUiJ.  dX J. M. IiUW-VUE.  San Francisco,  Portland,  Skagway, otc.  Exchange sold on all Paints.  Gold Dust Pukchaskd.  Atmn Bra.nch.  J. A. SMITH, Manager.  <��������������  ��H  >-������ ��� ���3><3  �� ��� ��� ��� -��-*3>  USE  OUR ADVERTISING COLUMNS  ^*        a5^        a5* *      e^w.       e^*        c5^        w^*        w*  Placing before thee public  they many advantages .of  the district is the object of  U  cm m  This cannot be successful^ accomplished without the generous support of  the  business  people and  the residents.  SEND US YOUR SUBSCRIPTION  <��:�� 0 ������������������������������������� 0 �� 0 ���������� g>�� ������������������������������< �� ����������+������ ��� �� �� 4 fr ,  JOB PRINTING AND COMMERCIAL WORK,  CARDS, POSTERS AND HAND BILLS   j*   ^  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily,  ,.. THE CLAIM OPEICE. ATLIN,    B.,C,   SATURDAY.,    DECEMBER   t,   *��o��  St. Mahtin's Chuiich or KNiiij.\ND.r.  .Sunday  morning services arc rendered at  il o'clock.    Win. C. h, Hiithoru, lay render.  Pi;esijyt;:iuan 'CiiU'itci!.  Sundny morning service.. 11 o'clock.     Sun-  <lay sehool  nt  li.I.'i.     Kvniiin.'r scrvici' 7.30.  Afleruoou   service' at   Discovery;     Sunday  school at 2. :I0.  His Letter.  Well, oid fellow, I've gone and  ���done it this lime. What will yon  say .when you hear that yours truly  is to join the ranks of the Benedicts?  , Although I'm very happy and all  -that,'it feels confoundedly queer- to  have someone look up to you with  soulful eyes as if the sun and, all  ,the planets revolved around your  hunible self.  I'm engaged to Marguerite Lester, and Tom, don't think me an  idiot if I say T hadn't the slightest  idea of doing it two minutes before:  I   suppose   you    are   anxious to  ���know how il all cauie about.   Well,  we went rowing, and that confounded moon will   have   to answer for it  .all.     We  had  been having a nice  lalk, and I had said lots of the usual pretty  things, and then mentioned I was going away  the  next day  .and get  back  to .work.    Then  as  ���she   turned   away, .1   looked   into  ��pace,   and   fell  to  thinking of my  iiew horse and wonder  whether he  would win the race'after, alh    Then  to break the silence I said some little thing to  Marguerite, and as she  .turned, I saw   her pretty eyes were  ���full of-tears���and  before! knew it,  -  1 had the little girl in my arms and  was telling her that I loved "her.  Of course, I never'meanl to go so  far, but what's a man to do with a  pair of eyes looking trustingly into  .his. And when I tried to explain  I hadn't the courage.  After all, it's time I was married.  It will please my people. She's a  fine girl, and I dare say we'll pull  along all right. Anyway a man  gets tired knocking about the world  ���and then he thinks it's about time  ihat he had a place to call his home.  Between you and me, love- and  that sort of thing is all nonsense  and the poets were all a lot of prec-  vioiis idiots who raved about  ���something that doesn't exist. Of  ���course, I'm fond of the girl���she's  ���sweet and true���and, hang it���she  ���cares too much for a poor devil like  me, but I'll try not to make her re-  ' -gret her. bargain.  I have a favor to ask of you, old  man. Come and see me through on  the fatal day. The thought of that  confounded ceremony' before a staring audience makes me feel shaky  ���already and long for a B. and S.  I wish it were over and done with.  But what's the odds���if the little  girl can stand it, I suppose I can.  ' Jack.  [Stella Xeerburger, in Young's.  A great thinker once said:  I would like to see drunkenness  and prohibition both abolished.  I would like to see a fair division  of profits, so that the toiler could  ���save enough to mingle a little June  with the December of his life.  The Pessimist says: Gold glori-  .fies!. Gold exalts! Gold is the  goddess before whom the fuddled  and fatuous bend the knee in praise  and supplication. Rogues revel in  the calcium, light of honor and  their infamy beams lightly in the  ;glamor of their wealth.  See the Christmas and souvenir  post cards at C. R. Bonnie's.  The gold output of Alaska for  1906 is estimated at $20,000,000.  Colorado will   produce $30,000,000.  ��� Tlie Windsor hotel, the liticist in  Regina, was destroyed by lire lately. Five persons lost their lhes  and many, were- badly injured. Loss  estimated at $100,000.  The ..New Zealand government  has decided lo ship, wherever possible, it's mutton 'on ilic hoof.' The  move is made to establish and prove  the purity and excellence of the  meal.    '  Up to the end of November there  was over $12,000,000 spent in buildings in ; Winnipeg. The building  inspector's report shows ten per  cent should be added for undervaluation.  Canada's commercial agent in the  Old Country says that Canadian  flour is making inroads on the milling business of Great Britain. The  imports for nine months this year  amount to 1,520,000 cwt.  Paste this in the band of your  hat: Canadian No. 1 hard wheat is  the, highest priced wheat in the  world. Relative values'in the Liverpool market are:;���Canadian No. 1  hard, $1.14; best Russian, $1.05;  Argentina, 99 cts.;  India, 91 cts.  Judge Diite, of Paris, after'scoring the plaintiff most unmercifully,  granted Countess Boui de Castellane  an absolute divorce from her  (ig)noble husband. The Countess'  was formerly Miss Anna Gould of  New York.  Who says the Britisher is devoid  .of humor? A British army order  advises that, when possible, mules  should be used to draw guns.  "When, however," says the order,  "a mule is not available, any intelligent non-commissioned officer will  do instead."  . juno May is a Loudon girl of 22.  She weighs 252 pounds, stands 6  feet, 2 inches, bust 50 inches, waist  33 inches, biceps 14, calf 16. Herj  pastime is wrestliug. She is now  training with   Pierri,   the 'Terrible  Greek.'      What  an   awful  handle she could wield.  broom  Gold has been discovered at Purling, on the Canadian Northern.  Government assays run about $40  a ton. It'is apparently the dry.bed  of an ancient river. Quite a rush  of stakers is taking place. With  the added attraction of gold fields it  will not be very long before the  population of the prairie provinces  will out do the eastern.  H. N. Galer, president of the  International Coal and Coke Co. of  Coleman, and A. C. Flumerfelt,  have acquired the control of the  Alberta Coal and Coke Co. This  is the finest coal property in the  northwest. They intend to exploit  the property extensively. This is  of the utmost importance to British  Columbians.  3     H.imV./.Y:.JM.>V/:./- f||V0VJ  ED.SAND3,    PrbprSstor.  <ir'/\Q '��� Hampton   &   D-.trio,  i-v..  A. Strictly-First-Class   Hotel.  Only Ihe  Choice-.t Wines,  Liquois ami   Cigars used.  DfSCOVKKY, B.  C.    ,  ���' Muw f ft' ffeii^l  ���"   ���  Discovery.  OPEN  iJAV AND NIGHT.  First-class Kcslauranl iirconueolimj  Ucadiiiiiii'tcr^ u>r Dixon's stage.  Useful and Dtianctital iooefs  r-�� rjm>m-�����-"������. ����rt��n  indole*: i�� nci TiBwwgjaa  Why ijbnh oi;t aviikn vou oak out noont; as oiikai- iif.ue?  '- Atliii,  Nucjcjat and   Grape   Rinc;^   niwl all kimls of ������"Jewelry nnuui.  fnuriiitil on Llie pi'rmisus.  Pine  Sew Stouk  of   Watches, .Clocks,  Jewelry   uml   Diamonds.  Wiilciius from $5.00 up. '   Asranls for Columbia Gramophone-*.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Har.d Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  JULES     E66ERT     &     SON,    ATLIN   AND  D1SCOVKRV,:  safety Deposit Vaults.      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jcwdrs.  <SM  �������������> �������������������� �����os*��  TheyiTaro^iWaiting"!for   You!  ��-���-������-���-���"��-<S>  IN  ��t  SMB. ��3'^ P*3f ������&  sf  G&F>333i&- sand.'/Hossse F&rssisSciniggs.  FULL   LINK   OF    BOOTS    and   SHOES,  also    GOLD   SEAL   HIP   GUM    BOOTS.  lo  ��>-*-���-���-���  ^ Atlin astisS  *��9   Discovery, K. C.  Successors to J. H. Richardson.  KgO<2> IMMMMMMi O-��-��~0~��"��-+-��-�� -��<$���  3HS*H��3:KJ  awei   our  -Strange We never thought of it before'.!  SS  s����jf  Fresh  line of staple groceries on  hand at E. L. Pillmau's.  A. B. Notice.  All tiiciuIiui'soF Ciimn Dincover.v, No.tn, Arctic Urotlinrhboil, are reii nested to a tend ci  Smoker, in tho A. I!. Hull, Disio'vi /, ou  Tuesday, Ocenmbcr -Itli, nt. S p. in., to uiiter-  tain the members of Atliii Lodge, iN'o. H>i  | A. (). U. \V.   Stiiueslenvesot l!:4B.  UR Printed Price List just seems to fill a long felt need, as, wlier  our patrons receive it on the first of the month they know exactly  what goods will cost thetn during' the month, and it is a great assistance  in making up an order.  We have a large  Stock of Goods now on the way in  and we will place them in   the  Store at  Lowest   Possible  Prices, FOR CASH, in Case Lots.  ' You are always sure of the   Best  Quality of Goods at the  A. T. COMPANY'S  STORES.  ���Goods delivered promptly on the  Creeks  and  in   Town.  If   you  are  not  already  a  customer  it  will  pay you  to .give  us a trial order.  �����   ._��   &   ^6   Jt>   <&   J.  '/wiA.  ffl#mmi&&. :&��M&;2Bf TGcySA/rURDAY,   , DECEMBER    i.    1900:  Local ii Events.  7- ; l.ostdAfterlhe. cnrjing' match at  Discovery,   or on .the road to Atlin;  : Tqnitc a patcli of ,;skiu,',finder please  dt'urn to.th'e'proprietor.,of,,the Koot-  -������''������<?.uwy-v<ihd receive to ward. ;  .':���.:';.. ���������';...  : Lost-���On Thursday nighty in -the  ' Xcland,; a temper, T finder: please  vleave'at tliisp'ffice. ".' T   T:T-:7 =  T;T,Lost���-Two-good opportunities to  d-"fi.iii%r please;-leave,: at the Royal...  ������.:/��� The   trustees" of   St. .Andrew's  licspital   desire . to7; gratefully 7ac-  ..knowledge the .servicesTrendered the;  -Thospital.  Ijy7-CaptainV'-Hathorn reT  ���;jCeiUly.-7-y:.::.--.;:,7.7('T: ;���:'.Typ,;-:^;  ;��� tTMr. :Fred Marcus-reports'business  7very quiet'how-a-niglits7;Hev with  .���his; customary energy.,-.-anci-.thougl.it-���  fulness, has got in readiness-eitlier a  sleigh or a wheelbarrow. .;in order to'  . be prepared at, a moment's notice; to  escort  home ; exuberanty: and.... over-.  T.coine.. citizens.: 7'7:.    7 p., T.     d777~;  Capt. Mcl^  pPottinger, thethree: me.iv,whd;.\vere  reported^ missing by7 the police at  Conrad, ThaveTturnedpup;/' ;The\-  T we're .luintingdncl'7 stayed T'longer-  than :expeeted.'--..''.-,Captain ��� Arth,ur  -: Dick.and Captain JamesTAlexaiider  -.i-bb'th'". spoke, them near. Ten-mile  point Tthefirst of: tlieT.\veek7 . Toll's  well that ends well..',.,-;.     T .; .7 ,;>7.,7  :'���:'' Mr. - George- M. ,. Shirley, -T.brGtlier.  ofSheriff Shirleyp left; oh   Monday;  -forVtlic"?-outsider���' He- wilbystoppat;  Harrison   Hot  Springs,   afterwards  making  a   tour   of the   States   via  BARBER SHOP.  T ; .j.'Tw-;;7Tri6i'i>sbK', Ti1Anac;ek_ ;  ���;'..'���'     BATHS' FIFTY ClvNTS;T;  Private  lintrance lor Ladies. '...-' ���  ATL1NTG.L0DGE  '7 A. F/-& A: M:'���'-:���-'  '."'..-.No:-'-.l2,  01..U. B.C.-:-  ���;������'������������ Kcn'idar coinmunien-  t i mis lie Id oii" tho - Jirst  Thursday of each lnonl li  ;in:i,i.o"A. o. u;w. i.Uiii.  -..'������'���'.. ''.������':���;-';-:     -: .^Thii'it Street. 7. \,..pp..:,;y.  . Visit in.vc brethren cordially invited,- r- ':'7';'  fu the Iron Store formerly,  occupied by .Stables & Lumsden.,  HOT BATHS  Can he.Had at   ^  ���.Moy0.:'^'Lau-  y.dv'-' -.--"���   ��� --On theyWnterfront.  Men's Suits Cleaned anil  llopuired.  All Work .(iYmriiiito'eiL-'..;..-.-.'.;.: .7:  OiOods.Callod for and  Delivered.  Cash on'Delivery:'.-,. '. :;T  'L��-.'.'v--._MrSi.,.:M;-T::Pcnrii:;.-Proprietress''. .7  ^Certificates of Sraprovemerits. T  Sunrise and Sunset Minora) ,Claims  Sit nut ij in the Atlin Miniiik'Division, Cassia'i'  ... District.; AVlioro.lqcateil: ���On Indian  'Creek,Siear Fourth of .lulyCreek.' .-;������;���  TAKli.^OTlCk tliut !.. Hil'wiu'd S.^Villiinsoii,  as asreni. for Louise Leontihe Graham, .Free  Minor's CertificateNo. jr.l,iM!!,.nhil Alexander  ..VlcPonal'd, Frepi -Miner's Certiiieiito No.'iiiM,  OC'.t. intend. .00 days from the date hereof, to  apply tir t lio'-Minitiy-; Itoeprdorfor Certificates ori.mprovei ucnts. for .the; purpose of  olitaiiiiiia- Crown Grants of the nhoye.claims.  And further take notieiytluit action, iinder  sectiyti: :I7, must be"com mqneed; lief pro the  issuanceol'such Certificates of Improvements. -... ' : --  .1 fated th is t^nd day of Oetohorv ifllifv .. -  : KuwakpS.Wilkinson,Md., Vy  -.':'���.'V-tji27'y.'.-'; -;.���.;      .::���:;:..77; TT'r. Agent'.:-. -.  My Goods are all Fresh and:  of. ll.ie best quality.     Prices-  moderate.  m&n  9Sa  First Sts'eetm  KWtf<S^S^f^f-S*/sj*^^  M AN AC! UU-.  ?rewers   ��i L��ger  B&er  zsBsd  Ptwrters  SMALL. AND LARGL; ORDKRS PROMPTLY PTLLKD.  'p'risco, Omaha .and Chicago, -filially  brwigiiig up at his - olcl.;. di'ome , in.  Smith's Fall's, Ontario. Mr. Shirley has been suffering from.rheumatism for some time. and it is hoped  he will benefit by.the .trip and come  back like a two-year-old. . -  Captain James' Alexander.;;return-  ecl;to   town   Hie beginning   of this  , week from -a prospecting and 'hunting   trip   combined.:    He secured a  .mountain goat.    The .captain's experience in. guerilla lactics., learned  cluriug- the South African campaign'  ��� came   i.u  handy.,   He made ;a flank  movement   on-   his    goatship. and.  caught"  him    in   the.-rear.    While  stalking  the   game the captain had  the misfortune to'slip and fall down  a declivity of about. 150 feet, alighting ou his head..    I,uckilj;-.--he was  not-seriously hurt.-  Tom Yaughan and Dick Duulap  were seen Tuesday dragging on a  sleigh what, at'-a casual., glance,  .seemed to be the carcass of a moose.  On closer investigation, it-proved to  be a man. .Said man had - been  fiikcn out the day before by Mr.  Vaughan to view the .scenery about  Fourth of July. Said .man pegged  out and Tdm. came back for rc-in-  ibrccments. In' tlie meantime, said  -man annexed himself to a bottle of  'first aid.' When Tom' returned  said man was helplessly , drunk,  hence the sleigh ride. Now, there  \vill;. be no name mentioned,: but it-  is very nearly time.said man 'took a  tumble and cut out the red eye for  awhile.' The, weather is  colder and the- government wood  pile is quite a size.  fT^-r  ^  Ml  KOOTEJ>  tftftS^ ��iftff^��i��f. ftftftftS^,.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT..  :f,;:,.^f;f:.;KCim  TVfOTlCK. is hereliy priveii that application  will he made to the Parliament pf Can-'  ada. at the next session thereof, for an aet  to. incorporate a eoinijii'iiy.'iinder the name  ,0!" ''The . AlSek and' 'Yukon Kaihyay Company,",, with, power to const met and operate  a railway front a lioint iii the.- province of"  British: Coliuiibia on the .International  |jOiindai;y, where said boundary crosses the  Klihini river, at or 'near I'leusniit-'Ctimp';  thence -extending: nortli-westorly alone;, the  valleys of the Klihini, Xiitseushiiii,, Slnikwak,  and AIsek;- thenco novtli-wcsterly.alons tlie  shores of ICliiane lake and the valleys of tlie  Oonjek and White rivers, by the most feasible, route, to a point on the .liitornatioiial  lioiindavi between tlie Yukon Territory and  Alaska, between the '''2nd iind the lilth pnrull-  ells of latitude, with nil "powers.necessary  for or 'incident', to the above purposes, and  that said works bo declared to.be for tlia.  general advantnire of Canada.  f.ewis & Smellie, 7 Trust.liuildiiii;, Ottawa:  Solicitov�� for,the applicants...  7bated-at"Otiavi:ii,,:l:!tli OctolieiVlUOlj.; .  tdl'i  Invitation to Tender.  ;The Bar is supplied'��� with   none   but   th'e   best ���brands of 'Liquors  and Cigars.    First-class Billiard and Pool Tables.    '  .QJXON .&.. .SCfclULZ,,   Proprietors..  Comer Pearl-and First Streets, Atlin,. B, C;.  FIRST   C-LASSp RESTAURANT. I N- CON IM E.CTION.  CHOICEST WINES, LIQU0IIS AND CIUARS CASK C00DS A SPLCRLIY.  The Northern Power- and Lumber  Company, Limited, in Vxiluntary  Liiiuidatiou   under  the  "Companies',  ���      ' .. WJucliiifj-JJi) Act. 'JSUS..V.  McDonald's   Grocery,   makes  a  'Irpecialty of (V'.^h euss and  ���mmwf *itv i��-,V vrraji r ����� ���sirms. wf a jS-xru3T*-u*fr-*T*r.t*zsn>M ttr  '!'!���-: L-'.U-sl iiixik-. ,iiriv  >;i-;Li  Imtler.  ��^r��.'��c=r^jJrEr��s��  '.t C. R.  -<1  t;;tlio unilersi^rneil, Kriink;.Harry Mohley,  the litinidiitor of llie above Company, invite  tenders for the property, assets.mid business  as a f;o'"!i' concern, of tbo Northern Power  aiwl l.umJier Coiupauy, Limited, of Atlin, B.  C. as 011 and Erojn the ]'s.t day. '.��f Si'iilembcr,  The property to be sold consists of all the  right, title and intcresl (if the Co!iv)iany in  thes;iw mill, engine and boiler house and  oh'rro at Atlin. and the land on which the  Hiinie I'.tx .s't.iiate, mid which is held under an  u^rei.'iiieut.with the provincial Kovoriunoiit  for I he purchase of tlie same: tJui old pnwev  house'liiiiUliutr-oii the water front at. Discovery si reel,' Atlin: the tiiHpor steamship  "liluir Atho!."ou Atliii l.nltc: the piece of  freehold land frominir on Surprise bake,  at Sinpriso, Atliii District: the book debts  amounti 1 vj-i" to .<."i.iluU, dun to the Company,  and all the loss, lumber horses, wai^ons,  machinery, and other llieehattels and ell'eets  of the Company.  l-'ull particulars of tbo said property iind  book debts '.'an lie obtnined of me or of the  late secretary, Frederick A.Taylor, at the  said mill.  The purchase m'.uiey iniisl be paid by two  <-<lmil iustalineiits,.on IlicSlst March and the  .",1st Jui.ij|!iey.t., Kiill possession will be !4-iven  upon paynii'iil of the lirst instiilnient of purchase money awl . scriirily lieinn friven to  my snlisfaction for. payment of the liiilancc.  Tenders should lie sent lo the biiiuidntor  at Atliii, on or before the !>th day of December. .1100. _  The l.iiitiidator diles not bind himself to  ni.r.r.vi'.*'ai. lowest or any tender.  l-'liAVh'   MAIJRV MOHKI.V,  ,lj��.,tti-cry: |l- 0..  Iii ON- PIPING,   STEEL   AN D   B AR  [ RON, .  DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE;.  GASOLINE,-: -,:'���''..'���-'.;.'.,'.'  ���STpR-KS.-'IN. ATUJ^ ,.AN-i)  DlSfiOVJvKY.-  Canadian PaGiiic Railwa}^. Company..  ALASKA. ROUTE   SAILINGS.  ,S.-& PRINCESS.BEATRICE;SAILS-  -,   Dec.14 and 27  ���Sailing from Skagway 8p-.m��.  Direct, to- Vancouver  and-Victoria..  Transportijie; by rail ior stoamer to Seattlo> without-extra charge.-  We (?ive iiuiek service.     No intermediate calls.  For rates .or.infoi'.inatiqn apply to  H. B. Dunn,..,  A trout. Skanway,,  ^���^���^���:c<*):^��*b*������^��:'.*'!:<0i:(o;*!:-:^ x ^����:o>"cw^:c����'0��>����'��.^:o>:cf��'Ce>:^^>'.  The Atlin  ket'Go., Ltd..  rmsn dressed meats, also.  POULTRY  OF  ALL  KINDS,  Dressed to Grtter.  Q��. D.QJELLK EJ=?.   IVlsjaaci er.


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