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 ,ATJ?I'N, f'fB?-C.,;??SATURD'A Y,:  ::w^mmmmf  :iDI^NE?:SARAH?p  ?|Ei#S?I#T^EN^(JGEI>,  . foutyyJResig'ii  ;:;?'?;Kp^er;?:pri?yM  ?CAMPBE3?LiSANNERMAN^IS?CALIiEi)?  ���X- 7  "Irisli-National istsffHavod  ???7???:ff??;E[?p'TOr?Rat^  .?;V\F:?"-?^  f7f\:;7yfy..firisoiVenti  ;: ?;.y ? y ??f;Prppos"ed^?; Ro^ft?iCollai)secl''?;^  ff:::'': ffSultw^A'svees^fq fDemands.??y  -?7?'ff?f-:-:: ;'"��� ''������ [hi'Roiaiv'to-thR':cij,ynio''yf?i7;y;-7?:  .'���^yy'.L^  ���'������ ;:fbur's\v'resiguatifpii;:?wasyf'seiity  7.f..;Kin'g?yesterda;y,;yy;7;)W^  ;.f? ;TLpndoji?:f;D  ?iGa[u:ipbell?fBaiinVm^^^  ?f:.:beenyfcalled';?:fup?bnf;byf?King;Edward;  y ���';' t6.y^form?;f;?a?? new"?goyenimeiit?:ffy:He  ?ystates?that?lie?fwiilff;be  i.?.-mi��C;^  ;y?they'cleyeiith??ihst^  CftlieffpiikefbfvI)evpnshire::has?��U  ;.'. ?!bee ii ^ ca IlecL; iii ter". li is?;ciibi net" by?1 lie.  ".���"������n'e'w.f.' premier,;-.'is".' considered "sisjnifi-  f .can t' yi ii "���. tbo th >pbl i lical; ��� a tid -official  .^.tirc^!iff:f;::f;:f:f:.f:ff:f��lfYfl--  ??��� Vienna;?Dec.?6.-���The:Sultaii": off  7' Turkey has "agreed to the^ demands;  y.qf\Uie;ppw.ers;respecti^^  'yprb'ui'ised'r.forV.'M.ac'ecloiu?^  ; ceptiiig- f.the  inevitable' tlie  Sultan  li as'asked'for ?afeeiHainyniodifieation'  yof .the teriiisfdeman(led?aiid?also;:.for  .-?a'''?.'del'ay7iii.'';Fiiifilling7-;tli'e. sa*me,-'b"u't-  7these-requests-are'������. not;'-lik'ely-itd'.f.be'  granted, y   f-:yf::-:'���';. ?'77':y^?:7;:''-y 7?-:'y  ^;.fLondon?;;Dec.76.-~Tlie-south'end;  7 roof, of ;,Charing: Cross station col-;  lapsed--'yesterday'afteriioohy.with' a  . tremendous ��� .crash. ? ...Immediately  fafterwards-T-aiKl,w4iat is supposed? to  ;?have;bee:i;a.;dire.ct;..result*fpr the;, vibration: caused .������'���'.-by- the fall ,oF-the;  station roof, the roof of ..the .Avenue.  ������; theatre, an.adjoiuiiig building, also  collapsed. A large number of railway workmen were-, badly injtired  by the?first collapse.';;.���. .'-:'���'���-     ;  , Vancouver, B.;C.,:.- Dec'7.���'f he  board of, trade'of this city lias added  its- endorsation to. the request of the  Dawson board of trade for lower  freight rates.'from the While Pass  transportation company.  Dublin, Dec. 7.-���The National  Irish convention at its session in  tiiis city last night''unanimously  passed a resolution asserting that  no government would ever be satisfactory to Ireland except one,which  was freely and 'unrestrictedly elected  by the Irish people. The convention also emphatically stated tliat it  cannot   support   ' any   government  Which objects whatever to this  resolution.,  Cincinnati, O,, Dec? 7.���A receiver has 'been' asked for by tlie  Cincinnati,' Hamilton & Dayton  railroad,   .as , also . by the  i'ierie &  :Marcjiietle^  cbnipahiesyai^^  eoinef-ii'ispl yen t.: ?;;f;?faf:-f- .y4?;|;f??f ??.,?;???y?  ^:;.Quebec?;;;'J?icc  Jjarci t,f;; Uicyworldhre  'aiidywhoiliiis'-fij^  gageineii t? Hiiytfli is?|:ci ty?.;was.; roUei k  eggetl yhferc Jy eslerday?fby; ..aYi'y exci led;  niqB'fH'pfvji'o^  ittuvspu^^  ji i?7 p u bl.is 1 ii iig J; a; vf i u terv i e\ y|fw li icl 1'[;  liaclybeeirfohtaiiiecf-Ti^n;^  Sarah?7;aecideht^  MeypI?^  by; Mackme^?I}aniiiard  .iliisf^?]j,acl^  iu|'pleasa'ii��f5jucicl'^  yiewer:?tiieugh^  "the' Caiiadia iis' were -descehcleh tsfof  .tlierLrpguoi:^^  .tlie? pdi ynje??Sarah' ?:lVafd?i^i3turbusly  e:xpre��sed7Het";vbelief?;that3t'vv^s :'f?a?  greaft ppun tn^Xylncli7U3ad?deSceiided^  to? tl 1 e ;C ati acl i ah sffffro ni? t he ^ilroq u 0 is  Iitiiai&;^:f??^  y7Madame?7Barnliardtylastf^  d iiie'd Mf(yi v;ii7y the? 'EafrFahdVCpu press  fGrey?-\yhci?feeiiiiglyf expressed?;tlieir  sorfrb vytf ffptythe piim hteinibhai?oause!  a rid;, theyiiuwarra iitable??uiipieasa!;t^  'h.ess?pffthe%fternooi^  f^^W&sjn'ngton,^^  tibu;;--;wasy.;intrqd^  tpdayrproyiding ?fpr?'theyahtiexatic)iif  :p f ;bpt ji'7;^>ari'.'; fDohii iig^faiid?Hayti?to  the;;^iilted';States?;.?;;ff'????:;;;'r':?y; f????;?'  ? f Fairbanks?7Alaska, :Dec:;?7.-���Mr?  AlbertyTrebbM^  the. "Last ;Cliance'^'.on:7tlie?Yu kpn'i?  lias :today bought?;Nb?-5?abbve?the  discovery? claim foil -Esther?v creek;  this : district,-;frpui'Jack fMichalsickf  f��r ?f SO^o^-??' Offtliis ;airiouiit';$25,-;  oopf-was paid cash down:.; 7 -fv ,77 7 fTff  I London??Dec. f. f. ���A??'largely'at-  tendedVinass 7iueeting?f'\vhibh fwas  held;: inf .this^?city??Monclay fiiight  passed? a /resolution fdeclaring'thef  most cordial friendship -aiid respect  for the Genua 11 people. : The hieet-  ing'also^ appointed?;^;'strong^Aii&lp;  German frieiidship committee. - ���'?  .London, ^I)ec. 8.��� Kier Hardy  has? addressed; a, strong plea to the  Nationalists inviting them to help  him form a section which no government could ignore. .  Toronto, Dec. S.���-Mr? Preston,  who has,'charge";of-'the Canadian  immigration bureau, says that the  British .'immigration to Canada will  next year reach the hundred thousand;, mark. '."  Washington, Dec. S.���President  Roosevelt's, message to Congress  strongly recommends lhat unstinted  aid be given Tor tlie immediate construction of railvvays in the Alaska  gulf country and along the lower  Yukon river?  Eagle, Alaska, Dec. S. -��� The  northwest passage to the Arctic  has. been'won by Captain ������'Amundsen, the Norwegian Polar Expedition commander. He made the  passage by the Norwegian ship  Gjon, and left her at Richardson's  Point, ' from whence he travelled  overland to Eagle, the  nearest tele  graph ?:sta lion,?fAvhere??lie?-?wifed"? to  Sweclenfvilie7result :oi'f:Seyeral?:sea-:  so.ns,ypbservatipns?-of.f7the;3magii^tic  Nort h?*p]e?;;^H e-falso'f reported iMe-;  iugy;;;fseyefai;?f7fAnien  ;.0:.P.z?.!'i:!- f!if-,} ''^; Arct ip'ocean^but-says:  ;ihe.y:;are?safeyipivthe.wHitei7  "ffhfff ��� ?yC:ijNKKAi^?WK\vs?'??:f:'<7::y'7??  77 '.3f: fQ ��hV.e��j 'ffffis h e rm fa n ;y7fwas;  di"Pwned?oii.jihe'Skeeiia7  latter-^art'-of?^  v\yife:.a1id!six(childfcii;:';vylib^  W:anc6uve^ff::^:y:::I  ???yMi"s>?Gp9drich|7wdfef?'of7?a:^^^  :neiit{tei:inefyof7.p6r^^^  f\vas; 11 on;i.bly f��� bur 11 ed f;? wli iley 1 ig 1 i t ing  ?"?firf2'?'x}'%;? kerosene:: ah dv?:hfef?;;ffrSr:  cpvei"y;?y\'as?dpubtfuly?;7?^  "V-i^!|^gi;ain;?;steau^  ���he"r;7;ilast;:;-frip;7f;iromy  tqplc7a"cargqbf f3po,b6pybiisheis;fof  ;Wlieat?4tlieyflargest ���;eai"gp;??bf?:??the  kiiid:eve?r-'takeii fdown-tlieTakes?-'^;^;  y-AyyTiflisfy;despatch?'?says?^hat :a:  quantity;pl;afriiisyfaiid Jaiiiniuiiitibn'  ,\yas-fseiz.ed'.last;?.wee^  *gpyerumeiit,:;aiUhprities;;yas7;fit?;was  l^iug?efsecretjyfnnlp^^  ;at';P6rt?fPatn'f??;??'??  y;7;The?f;bpdyf-of7'Lbiiis: 7Rarriera}^?,a  f iiiau .^.a^-earsfof ;';age,ff was vf found; in  faycfelcf?neaf??;;H^  :Npv,?2rst?y:fIt;isySupp6se^  cpmriiitted^suicide-.by'jun?ipiiig from  ���ayrailway/bridge.';;:: ? .77'?"ff[-f  ��� ??Mafrshall?..Field,;;j;r.,  offCliicago,;  -p;.nl.Vi-SOn.;.;.of-7,t.lie,-.::, biii ltt-millionai re"  ���merchant of that cit)r,'and;a.promi-  neut J business: fmaiij; : accidentally  ���killed himselffon Nov. :27 th .'...while  handling a loaded revolver. :, 77 : y  ;?-AiRome despatch says that floods  are causing serious daniage in Ital}1;,  .much of the" provinces offGampagua.  and? Roumaiii being" iinder,;water?  The? Tiber riyer hasf risen 45Afeet  aiid .there .is   much ;f sickness", and;  SUfferil.]g?V 7?7y.;:.7...:y 7 .. r7::..77y yr'7yy ^ ..y.  fMinihg"-::'N6tes!;  '���:..- Tf.is estimated" that; -the crop; of  tobacco grown fin 'Essex County,  Out????last: ?; seaspii?; ? vvas ???abput  T2,oop,boof - pounds. The : crop  averaged 1,200; pounds per, acre.  The average yield in Kentucky is  300 pounds per acre.?1    .7     : ?  A Halifax despatch of Nov. 27th  says: The schooner Columbia  foundered last ���Friday iii .Fortune  bay when only the captain escaped.  This is the leulli wreck reported to  have occurred on thcshpres'df Nova  Scotia in the same storm.  John Jackson, a sheep,rancher of  Maple Creek, Sask., was fatally injured while unhitching his team on  Nov. 22ud, being caught under the  wheels. He afterwards secured a  horse and rode four miles to the  nearest neighbors, dying a short  time later..  The convicts iu the state penitentiary at Jefferson City, Mo., mutinied fast week and killed two.guards  and mortally wounded the deputy  warden. Four convicts escaped but  three of them were afterwards killed  and the fourth was finally re-cap-  lured alive.  ;,7-;AlexXMp^  ;Pineycreekif \v\is Iftydasty'accoiiuts;iii-;  ;:PIbholliIllY;77;7'fy;;���;'.'���:��������� 7y777y;y;; y;)yy,::,;.y.'  ���ffeO. nf-;; D'ayei 1 ppr t?f c reek; Ja'fs y.Q 1 roy d";;,  has erected;afcabinyaiid ?is;-; engaged ?  ih:'^ih;kmg:'a?sha.{t?5't'';;>?;?l^  :-?^;:Du'n''caii'-'f:-;-j\icfe  ���li'npw'jy^itift'.lie-'dis.lTict^i's':'^^^  0!i;;7i7yisiPtp;i:lie?land7pfy  'Scotl.a^  tHe::camp'?next;sprii;ig??7 .f/f:':ff':ff:I  "?;; ;;R.:?'iy.yFejherstbiihaugh  f';M:?;Ltd??;;f;SpriiceTyc:reek^  bee iivj n yso 111 h e r^n?fB .?G?|;citiesffprf;.tlie;;:y  pastfiye^w'eeks bn;business'iu,f:cbh-??::  ;uectiPh ;yvith- his ?Cpm'paiii',;returiiedf;?.'  ftoyVcamp-'roiipSriudaj^  ,TaiL:route/..?:/f?: ff^f��:-e^f^'ff/p;:ify-f:  j^vyJ&fcHarry";^  ;beeii7;'prospectiiig?,aiid-y?iin?iing';?;:^  these sregio"iis';duriug"f'ythespa;st;;se^  y ea;rs;, ��� ;; i trf^e nf rp'u tejffpr;Eii g"lahdf:iiv;j?  fcpiuiectiou-yw'ith; important ;;miniiig.7y;  b'u'si nessffi?;' fHfey \yill:?etrjby'?tlie;?\ven-;?7f  learii^fhplidaj'iafftetthe^roiigh1?^  streiiupusy;life?;df7.ti;ievnortlierii"gbld-f'7f;  ���field s.7^?Dpi.ibtlessf:;;ii.i.syim  :ftur^;;^vill:?:Uieetf?'witli?dServ^  ���cess?audyhe?Mdl!:;retiirii;;Sp??Atiih^^^  ���the;7:spjihg;iwell7eq^  :rehewed;^nergvyvtp/;wiii;-tlie7preci^  me;tals5frpm"m;ptlier:'eartli:; .'r^f^ffi^^y:?:.;?;  yConsolatioiifcreekix where; :encbur-.?7?  aging:;;pV6specfs;'flifave;beeu;'obtfaitTed;^  .although; f bedrock -ybas^iieyer;-. been?.".-';;'-'  reachedi.will next; siimmerf have; to    "  show���-through the persevering, and? f  indefatigable TeJTprts;pf70;?C;Sok-��� '���::.  whatvf it is-worthy ?Mr;;%>lt fhas a?.: ?;  shaft started and a flume aiid?wheel,f-.?;  \vhich j-willf   be ?usedfv;to 'keep the,??'  workings dry, in course of construe-;''  'tipn. ��� .It ,;is 'expected" that bedrock; f:  will ;'be;.;;.:re'aciied';, at ;abput?4o feet, 7 f  jwhenfa;drive^wiltbefrun"to crosscut^  tlieficreek.,;. Hitherto,; .inability-rto f?a  cope   witli  the f water, has .pre vented;,  the, .operators ?froni ...reaching ? bed-., ���?  'rock'.-' '^:" ' 'V:-'-".7;'":'7'.7      .-r'.y-:  7-.yyj  ty'-f-Z.  '<],A$]4iS  ������'*'.?. J  ...yyy^i  ���I-^flf  'f'l^f:  )$$$$&.  y.7..  iMf  Ifl-^yi  ;:"<;W^:  ]-ij;%f#f$-:\  4.i--y.-  ���.,-,:--i:.'----:::  ���^���>:-.y:\: )-.-:.,:���:.  7} ;"y.  I-Tf-'-f^:'  "?t? :--f:\  ::'fj.V;+Viff;  ��Ksl  7;Skating Riiik Open.  ; ��� Auiiouhcements were but 'Tor the  opening of the riiik;oh Friday evening and as a result there was a good  attendance'of both skaters and curlers., . During.; the .week ; the latter  have been gel ting;: in 7 some good  practice and predictions -are freely  indulged in as to who will win the  cup so generously.donated by Mr.  D. G-: Stewart. .    -  This cup was donated to the district and no doubt the; matches   be-'  tween   Discovery and   Atlin will be  keenly'contested.  The rink is in .splendid shape and  the presence of a large number of  our Discovery friends was very wel-'  come.  Tlie Discovery rink will open  next week, and lliere is no doubt  but that during the winter the curlers and hockeyists of the two towns  will pay each other many visits.  Aii Ottawa despatch says that an  order iii council has been passed  granting a contract to the Bu.cknell  steamer line of Loudon' for a service  on the Pacific ocean between Vancouver, B. C.,,and New Zealand,  one sailing per month each way.  The steamers are to be of not less  than ten knots speed and, both Canada and New Zealand will pay a  subsidy of $50,000 each for the  service. ATU"N,   B.    Cm.    SATURDAY, ' DECEMBER   9-  WS  lie. Atlin Claim.  "EMI: ATM?) CLAIM ir. r-uui.iciir-a cvr.nl mtohmy  'moiininc. imiico rnrc to i>'nv pnnroj-THC  WOFILB roil a i- cim-u iin month : Oh.oo mil  vc.tr/    AovenTliiNa Wires: (i.wrimneMrwH  IN^LIITION:    HCADIHfi  NOTICT^.   2.1  C 1M.rO-A  LINK.  'OPUCIA-L    riATCG.   Ofl. APPLlOATrOII.  .1015 IWiN'KINK :  tLL-iiRABCi por.rrna, vm.ii-imc.  OAnri'-.,  uSTTCii'iirADC. fnOGiiAirtn^::.,     r.TC. ct-s.  one/ens   na-KPai   cuccutuo.  AMICES    MClDIT.IATi.  lhe friends of the ho-pind-wben. they  arc soliciting" subscriptions.  Though begun under Presbyterian auspices the Hosi'iTAJ,. ik >?0\v  ,Y PriiUW INSTITUTION" A-VIJ  'SlIUl'.M.b    Kl-ei-HVK    11URIC   SUPfORT.  puq.u ti.ii; ruui.ic.  This Atmn Ci.aimv PuiUjIRHimi Co., 1/l'D.  W.   1'oiii.Aiin.    (JmsT,    Ki>ii-im-JlAKA(!i:i!.  ��� ST. ANDREW'S HOSPITAL.  This-public institution is passing  through a crisis-that few people ap-  �� predate: The- prospect is that', the  liospitallwill .ere long have to be  closed.. And-why ?; From luck of  funds.  ���    The revenue of the-hospita-l' is derived mainly from four sources:1���  r. The ordinary rates- charged  patients,, viz., private- room, $2.50  per day:.ward, $2.00 per day.   ���  2.. Provincial- Government-grant.  A per capita; grant of $r.co per day  based' upon   the  number   of  days''  treatment.  3; Amount paid': by the Presby-  ^eriani Missionary Society of. Toronto'in salaries to-the staff,.comprising two- nurses- and. a housekeeper.  4,. Sale of.'hospital tickets at $i:'oo  per monthi  During   tlie  past year the health  ""of   the  camp has   been   excellent.  There-have been few accidents-.    As  a result'the hospital beds have been  emplj  Therefore    tlie    first      ami  second' sources  of revenue are inadequate..  The-missionary committee of Toronto, that, has done so- much- for  this hospital', during the past six  years feels that the institution-  should now be self-supporting and  that: they should be free to- turn  their attention to some new field.  Unless the committee can be made  to see. that their help is-morc needed,  thani ever,, .because- the number, of  people-in- the camp is reduced, it is  altogether, likely " that, they will  withdraw their aid when Miss-Mc-  Tavish-and. Miss Burgess leave this  coming summer.  The conclusion, is- obvious-. To  keep the hospitah open/ every man  must buy a- hospital ticket-. By so  doing-He is unsclfish-as-wall-as-charitable. Kor what miner- knows  when his- tunnel is going lo oave  upon him,.or-when a slick of- dynamite may explode accidentally and.  eause-him serious-injury?. Then he  will require'-hi.'T ticket.  ft would be well; if the-managers-  of- the hospital see fit, if an annual or semirannual financial statement was-published in Tin;-. At.un  Claim i-tv order, that the.- public  might know of the- difficulty in'  making, endsh meet;: of. the great  amount of ���charitable work w-hicl 1  this institution dces;;and'also-of the  contributions made by some of the  generous men in the campi Such a.  statement would stimulate othemto  give to this worthy institution aud.  would-also'do away with, the' complaint, "We don't know how- the  Hosgital is run,,"'sa often, heard, by  THE .SAMiv OLD STOKY.  Tn the issue of the Victoria Times  of Nrov. 11 lb we notice an interview  from Mr. O. T. Swiiser'on lihe eou-  clilions of Lhe camp in: general', aud,  'in particular,.that-gentleman's views  on the question of the iud-ivklual  .miner..  ,-,iihesc views are simply a re-hash  of the stuff with wliich the coast  papers arc deluged every fall by  company inuiiagers, company pr'o-  .nioters and ihe'n: liangcrs-on. These  'gentlemen have the stage all. lo  themselves as-the individual miner  .slays al home and works to. keep-up  ���the annual- gold output -Jf the  (Minister ;of Mines report of the output was dependent ou the results  'achieved by the majority of the  companies-,. Atliu would cut a very  sony figure. The indiviclua.ls,. proportionately, are taking out the  most gold, and the interviews-that  emanate from company promoters;  Claiming that' the day of the individual miner is over- are ridiculous.  ���The wish, is father bo the thought.  The stand taken by the government in, this matter, and which is  being given effect to as aapidly as  'possible, will put Isln boot 011 Lhe  [oilier, foot- before long.auck while all  legitimate work and development  'wil! be encouraged,, those holding  .concessions will be obliged to conform, to- the Act or give- way to the  despised, individual, opoc.-.tor, to-  whose work 75.per cent of the total:  gold output since the beginning  must be credited.  Wl'lV  KI-'.NM  ��l-T  WIII-..N   YOU IV. N C.V.T CI0O7IK  AH CHh.W IIKIIK?  MKn. Nuss.et.and Grape RinBs a:,d ,11 Mnd, ... ''-'"'����'".  bii-liii-ril on 1 In; iibchiUos. n--,tiini-i-!��-  Mi.p Sow Skoi-ii ��.�� Watches, Clocks, Jewelry ami Dmmoi.iis  Watal.to from ��S.0�� "P. AB.-..11 r��r Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glsss, Hand Fainted China, bouvenir opoon..  JULES EGGERT & SON, ^i. an�� b.ScovkR;-,  .. ���      '        Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jawelrs.  Safety  Deposit Vaults.     One Small Pair.  "Well,. Mr. Hart,"'said She oloc-  jtor, "I congratulate you. You are  ihe father of���''" "Ah !."' exclaimed  'the proud man,, "a Hart turns up,,  eh?: I hope it's lhe Jack���that is,  a. boy.'1' "Two- boys. Twins,, in  Ifact." ' "The deuce.'"���Philadelphia Record.  Liquor  Licence Act.  Application, for. Transfer aS Licence-  r |"l.\UJi Notice Mial wc,. Dixon & Kehulr., ��f  -l~ Ailln, IL (J., sluill iipiily lo-slio Hoard  nt bireuco Cominih-doni-rv ut tlieiK next  im-etliiK   tor    (|i"    trnn>der.   or   Uio   Hotel  l.il-OIM-f,. MOW.   Ill-Ill    ll.V   III,-  tl). Mill   Jjlf'��Nicllt/-  iii!.' I.iuiupi-H iii tin: iil-i'miIm-m Uiuiwii an-the  N'n^K-'Jt, llulcl, s-lmiKj 011 Main StiK-cl in lln-  Towimili- of l)i-.fnvi��r.vr. li. CJ.,. to. Ilmuiitoii it  niirii',.ot" Disruvi-i-y, I). U..  Diituil till" l-tlli <Im.v ol, N(ivi>ml>m-.,.IUOr>..  ,111 DI.VON .t .SCI1UI.//.  knd. us. yoiir Job Printing  rrfvwimrffst* ir~* ���  They-ore   Wailing   for   Yo��!    ^^ gaj*ga | J-| 3  *i 'CITIIlN���� -Hats and Dry Goods^  Carpets and House Fampssisliings.  i'-lJIJ.,    L.INK    Ol-    1J00TS    ani>   SMOJCS,  '   ai.m>   ��OI.W    -SKAT,    1111'    CUM    BOOTS.  1��  Atlin and.  ye'H   uJI'WSIB    Wk.    ,|i6!->'��3cf   Discovery, C. C.  Successors to  J. HI    Richardson.  Canadian  Pacific Railway Company.  ALASKA   ROU.TE'SAn INGS.  S.S.'AMUR, dteparlrr from Skagway:-     Dv.e.   1 rlh   and^&th.  c]o, do do Jan.  ii,  26,  Fun.   ri, :  -  ,,    Suiliii;;" IVom Skagway 8 p.n-J.  Direct   lo Vaneouver  aud Victoria.  ���    Traiiwouti'iiK '��" v"''-��s "t-eninci- 1-n Seal tie without e.stca charge.  Wo si-'" ciuiclt M-rvice.     N�� inti-i-raeilnito oall*. TT      T)      y^'  i.-,... ,���=,(���,.�� m- iiil'Mi-inutinii apply to      1J..'    -i-J.    -i-'  26.  tmn,  A{ri��ntvSliaKWn.T.  Let   us   do  .   .   Your  Xmas   Printing ?  -n m 1 1 �� n �� ��-��-��-��-��<S>  MM��UUWn.M��KW  TRe: l^eliablie. Sho'COTai(crr  -   Discov.uk-v,. B. C'.  -Oi-  Huhh&r. Baats.a. Speaialtjc-  rfTAKiIS Notico fluil. sixty days stl'tcr ilnto.  J- 1,. ".Olios- 15. li-leminsr, iiiti-ml "R-pplyiiiit  te- tho Hon. the Chio? Oiimiiii"ss.i.iiiei- ol"  LiukR) and Woi-kG.fm-pei-niissioii lo piisulmsu  the followi-npr cli-Mii-iliPil truut ol himl, situate on f-hc ensf s.Ii��i-o ol1 Winiiji Amu..Atlin  Uivi-sion: nofriiniinji" "6 P'^t >���'����� J> ��"'���'��  .iwid a half south of tho ProvinCNiVHoiiii'lni-J".  'tlienco iioi-fch-wostu-i-li>- K)ehaln��t<. Post So.  ���1,. wreiico easiorly -io chains- to Wost- Ko. :!,  tlicnoe sniiijlierl.v H) chains to Post No. 1.  tlicnoo westerly 40 chains t�� paint ofi coni-  ���inoncemcnt.  T1IOS-. E. I-T.KM FMG. "  [llateil Hi'rs IflHi day af November, Wi.       J-U:t  "j^TOTICU 13 llaroby sivcn tlmJ i-jpplica-  -it^t tiou will' he made tc. tho i'.ofri-.ititivo  Ashombly of lii-itiisb Colimibm ut rts next  session Ior a Private, Hill ti*ineoB|>a����to a  Couipan.V to bsildr eiiuip,. nuiliituim and  operate a line or lines ��C railway, oJ standard or a.iij- other sua^o with any kind ol'  motive.power for carrying of firoifiht. and  piiv-MMifrePM iVom the- mantli of tha llellu  Coolti Eivor at the lieiul of Htiplcu tlliaiinol,  Coast Di'htriet, i:i tho Pi-ohIiioi! of llritish  Columbia, follow in}? ^tho Holla Coola. lll>or  to. ii yoiot about) 'M miles from its. mouth,  thenco i��i a North Easterly dia-ect ion by tho  mo(.t feasible route to Pra-sei- l.alce,. thence  KattwatuI alonsr the Noehaco liiver to Kort  Wcor^o ��n tho l-'ra'-or Uiver and Westward  aloiin Ih^ Soutib ba.uk of Kriis-er I.Jiko and in  tho neJuhborhoHd of Hie travelled route to a  point.ou tiho lSulUley Valley neuu tho mouth  of.tJie 'i'clltw.i itiver. with power to eons! met  branches to. the UlaoUwut-or Ri-.ieL- ami the  Chilcotin Coiintri'; and wl4.h power toccon-  strui't, opornto, and iiiaiiitaui all. necessary  briiljios, i-!��ails,.ways and ferviicj, .-And tu construct, aciyiIce,.own ivud mauitjiin and opor-  ato wliui-'M-'H (Hid dock*; and to cwiistruel,  ��wii, acit.uiji>, iiuiijiUiin imiiI ovura-to strain  iind other, vessels, boats-, on any uu-vitiulile  \MiMors���and U��.eoiisti-uet,.o|ienite iukI iiiain-  UiIji U.'le��i:apliaud t.elepli��ni- lines nI����i(fllio  r.oult'H. '(f sal'l uallway and bi,auclies,.or in  conneelioii Uiorowith,.and to transmit nics-  wiu'cs fnv. coiuinoncial purpHses-;. iwid char(,'o  twiil eiiilui't. tolls for the use theuoof. respectively, and t<��.tfouonuteclectirlclty and s-npply.  Unlit,, heat, and power,, and to construct--  erect and maintain the ncveeHury l>uilxliii(,'S,"  and wvtikK to ��:i-m-ratjj any kind of power  IVir. the purpows iil'i>i:iisiiid,.oi; in cwiim'ction  tlieiiewlth '5c��r vew.ai.-d,. ami to;.ii4.-ii.ulru iiiiil  uecei.ve friiin un.V Wov.euiiniynt.,. Corpwi:a.iion  or. persons, ywuit-i of lanil,.iiioney,.bonuses,  pri-.MUWH, or other n.ssUtanee in aid of. tho  (iDiistinicl.ion of. the Company* undiiutaltinf.'-;  'anil.to.iMiiinei-ti win li.will onleu int'i-i traffic or  oihi-u at-raii-i-eiui-nt's wi.t.h Railway, Stea'in-  boirf. in: other Coiinia-nii-s, anil to e.s-ei-wUe  l.lin pdw.i.Ts.tfuantied.or ii.utJiMi-isiHl.hy Pivrts  h\; iuid. ',< oil tiio '-Wateu Klauins. CousoUda-  tinn Act".. iiJiif' .w.i-th p����vi!B In i.-.sprojji-late'  liuiils-l'iu-lhe purposes.oCt.b�� Company: and  for all rfclit.-it. powers iwuliNt:iwlleK(!s nuces--  sh.i-.v or im-idi-iitnl.i-u.oi: to the premises.  -    Uati'-d.tlie !IUid;i.V of Oelolier,.ll)un..  -  A-l,'. LUXTON,.  ,,(S> Sii&dkox tojr tWAwIiciuiU..  itlhlQ Lode  A.'F. &. A:WI.  lletiular co-niraunien���  lions held on the lirsS  Tli-.trsduy of each uiontli  i.n the A. O. U. W. Hall,  Third Street.  ViaitiiiK brethren cordially invited.  ���-i 1���[ .--^M-^-7...r^.-..ir.-wfc^--.~.^-".-.-. ^>  I 1   Have   Re-opened  \Tim   Rsysui   Laundry  !  On the Waterfront.  I    , Men's Suits Cleaned a-nil Kepaived.  ;       All Work Guaranteed.  Goods CaMciI for and Delivered.  :       Cash 6vn Delivcay.  I A\rS.   M.  Fcnn,    Proprietress,  j  I  .  j ~   THIS HOTEL US STOCKED WITH  i THE   BEST   OF   GOODS.  Sam.  Johnstone,   Pre>p._  DISCOVKRY, B. C.  A Strictly  First-Class  Hotel.  Dsiiing-Koom in Goinieclion.  Choicest WinesrLiquors and Cigars  ED.   SANDS,,   Proprietor,,  Hampton   &   Durie,  Proprietors.  Diseovery,  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAUR A NT  '��� IN  CONNECTION,  ''UcudM.uiu-tui.-s ����v Uixou's stas��-  N V K\I  ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY,    DECEMBER '9;    1905  ro  }  V  ATUIN   TRADING   COMPANY,  Ltd.,  ^tun and msoBWE^  Our Stores  in   both   Towns  are, now fully stocked   with   full,  lines  in   Groceries   and   Dry  Goods.  A. T. Co., Lid.  A. S. CROSS, President.  Nisutlin-Liarcl Country.  1  Local   Placer   Mon .Speak oi" What  They Saw on Long- Prospecting" Tri p.  P. S. Anderson and Jus. Simpson,  who,, in company with A lex .-in der  Brown, have been piospccli:i�� Tor  Severn 1 months ou the fNisuitin  river valley, ai lived back in Atliu  ou Monday, Referring" io lhe new  gold strike of last summer on Sydney liver and Iron creek, which  was visited iu their travels, they say  there has not been much work done  up lo the present to prove the real  worth of that district.���Where uncertainty reigns ���the wheels of progress turn slowly.��� There have  been Ir.u.'s cut to Iron creek' from  both the Hootalinqua and .Nisutlin  rivers aud a Livingstone creek company is having" Ireiglited in by ,dog  team about 15 tons of provisions  and .machinery. They are also  'whip-sawing flume lumber and doing other necessary work for extensive opeiations next summer.. The  discoverers, Brewer and Anderson,  are busy freighting in supplies, as  are also Riddel and Geddis; Porter,  Aveiy and McCread}-, and the'  "Doc," a picturesque old M.D. who  is playing a lone hand at mining,  which be has done for over 40 years  in different British Columbia mining  camps.  From the Sydney river on the  Nisutlin to the watersheds of the  Pelly and Liard rivers there is a  vast area of virgin country that has  beeu almost untouched by the prospector, find there, where there are  "formations" that would tickle the  heart of a mineralogist and fine gold  scattered indiscriminately���but not  in paying quantities as far as at present known, there can be conceived  one of the greatest future mining-  camps ou earth. Moose and other  wild animals "are often niet with  that fear not the sight of man, and  the rivers aud lakes teem with fish  of many kinds.  There is a store on Tcslin lake at  the mouih ofthe Nisutlin.river, but  it is principally an Indian trading-  post and staple articles which are  necessary lo white men are generally "cornered" for a few dollars.  The distance by trail from Atlin  to Tcslin lake is about 90 miles and  the worst section is that along Surprise lake.  Messrs. Anderson and Simpson  evidently think well of the country  over which they prospected as it is  their intention to renew their quest  in that district as soon as convenient.  Mr. Broun is remaining in tbe Nisutlin district at present but it is his  intention lo pay Allin a visit before  spring".       Repartee during courtship degenerates into plain back talk alter  marriage.  .Sunday School Teacher--What  lesson are we supposed lo learn from  the story ol Jonah and the whale?  New Pupil���Dal a guy orter have  sense crnuff to .stay out uf slippery  kiunpney.  Fine Gold Saver.  A machine for the saving of'fine  gold   is   being  operated ou Ruxton  creek near Colorado Springs.    It is  known   as the Haul wick & Weeks  process aud the   experimental   tests  are   being   made  on the placer deposits iu lhe localily where it is aud  ou lhe tailings from the cliloriuatiou  operations   on' the   Cripple   Creek,  ores.     11 is said that the results are  satisfactory and il is planned to apply the idea to other deposits of fine  gold.    The   machine  consists  of a  revolving     wire    screen    cylinder,  which is stretched over a framework  of perforated gas  pipe hoops.    The  axle on which this cylinder revolves  is also a perforated tube running" its  entire  length. * The  gravel   is   fed  into the upper end of this cylinder,  whicli is placed   on   a   considerable  incline.    Water   under pressure   is  passed      through     .the    perforated  framework and axles, which  spurts  thrDUgh the openings iu jets of considerable   force    and    carries   'the  coarser   materials   out  at the lower  end of the cylinder   while   the   fine  portions   are   washed   through  the  screen into a  concentrating"   trough  underneath,    where    the     coarser  values arcsaved.    The overflow  is  carried into a second set of troughs  some   30   feet  in length, which are  carpeted with burlap overlaid   with  two   sets   of wire screens.    These  screens retard the flow  of the   fine  material   passing  over them, allowing the gold to deposit "iii   the  burlap,   where there is insufficient current lo dislodge il.   A peculiarity of  this   process is that it saves gold of  infinilesnial fineness without the aid  of mercury.    The present   machine  has   a capacity of about 50 tons per  (U13',   but   will   be   built ou a much  larger  scale   when   every part   has  been perfected.  Coal and  Petroleum  Licences.  The Atlin Makkht Co., Ltd.  FRESH'  DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY  OF  ALL   KINDS,' Dressed io Order.  C.   DOELKER     Manager.  uwnni vtartrttr^ sni����Z.V7^J.ts*j. c=w.a-n.f^/a.YwZuocuc.jcxo.-.:  -SUCCESSORS  TO-  THOMAS   &   BENWELL,  Wholesale" Wine   and   Spirit - Merchants.  ���    '  USHER'S   WHSSSaES.  Vantcouvkk, li. C. - - - P. O. Box 102.  THE    GOLD    HOTJSJE, I  *  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  C. 3i. Nissen, Prop.  F: B. Wrong, Mgr  Restaurant in Connection Under  New anil Capable Jlannnemoiit.  "jSTTOTICK Is hereby j-'iven that SO days  -'���^ alter date I intend io apply to tho  Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works,  Victoria, li. C., for a licence to prospect for  coal anil petroleum upon lands hereinafter  described and commencing at a post at the  south west corner marked Initial Post No. 1,  thence 8'J chains north, thenco SO chains oast,  thonue SO chains south, thence SO chains west  to place ol" commencement. Those- lands are  situate on the Tooya River,Teloyrruph Crook  District, Iyiii-i,- south of aud adjoining A. li.  McDonald's coal location. DONADO KOSS.  Dated at. Atlin, 11. (J., Nov. 2Sth, 1005. d2;i  ~N~rOTICK Is hereby driven Unit !10 days  -t-^l alter date I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of hands and Works,  Victoria, ii. (!., for a licence to prospect for  coal and petroleum upon lauds hereinafter  described and eoniinoucinsr at a post at tlie  south west corner marked Initial I'ost No. I,  thence SO chains north, thence SO chains oast,  thence SO chains south, thence SO chains west  to place of commencement. These lands arc  situate on the Tooya Itiver,Telesrruph Creek  District, lyinjr south of and adjoining James  Stables' coal location. A. li. Mc.DONAf.D.  Dated at Atlin, II. C. Nov. 2Mb, 3IIII.1. d2;i  -fSrrOl'ICK Is hereby given that :I0 days  -^-^ . after date I intend to uppl.v to the  Chief Commissioner of bauds and Works,  Victoria, II. C lor a licence to prospect for  coal and petroleum upon lauds hereinafter  described and commencing at a post at the  south west corner marked Initial I'ost No. 1.  tlience SO chains north, thenco SO chains cast,  thence SO chains south, thence SO chains- west  to place ol commencement. These lauds aro  sit unto on the '1'ooya Kiver,Telegraph Creek  District, lying north of and adjoining A. Ii  McDonald's coal location. J AS. STAIU.KS.  Dated at Atlin, II. C, Nov.2Sth, lilOr>. d2:'.  The /Canadian" Hank   of   Commerce.  " ';   .       CAPITAL    PAID ��� UP    $io",000,000. '   *  KusiiKVii,   $3,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at Jcattie,        . ,  San Franeiseo,  Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Exchssdgie sold on all Poessts.  Gold Dust Pukciiased���Assay Office in Connection.  _. - -j-j^  fROSS, Manager.  Certificates  of Improvements.  Wedge   Fraction   Mineral   Claim.  Situate in the Atlin Alining Division of Atliii  District. Where located: Pino Creek  valley, between the Yellow Jacket and  "War liaglo.  rpAICE Notice that. I, J. Al. ltiill'ncr, Krco  Miner's Certificate No. 1! MOW, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to upply to  tho Milling liccordor lor a Certitieato ol Improvements, for tho purpose-of obtaining 11  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice tliar action, under  section !S7, must, be commenced before the  issuauco of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 2tithda.v ol'October. A. D. IO0."i.  ,i2:s j.ai. liuri'-NHit.  ertificates of Improvements.  Astor   Mineral   Claim.  Situate in the Atliii Mining Division of Atliii  District. Whore located: Pino Crook  valley, adjoining the Yellow Jacket.-  rpAICI-; Notico that I, -I. Al. Kufliier, Free  Miner's Certilicute No. I! XiMl, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Minine; liccordor for a Certificate of Improvements, lor I lie purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 117, must be commenced before tho  issuance of such Certillcato of Improvements.  Dated this 2litb day of October. A. 1). I'M  (|o;! J.M. KUITNIili.  Bear   Paw   Mineral   Claim.  Situate iu the Atliii Mining Division of Atliii  District. Where located: In the I'iue  Crook valley,adjoining the Kook of Ages.  rp.\KI5 Notico that T, .1. JJ. Uuli'ner, r'rro  ���*- Minor's Certificate No. 15 :i:>'JU:i, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  tin' Jlini�������� Recorder fur a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant ot the above claim.  And luitlier take notice tliat action, under  section 117, must, be commenced before the  issuance of such Coitilicato of Improvements.  Dated this2Gtli day of October, A. 11. I'M.  d21i J. JI. UUI-TXKU.  Cub   Fraction   Mineral   Claim.  Situate in the Atliii Alining Division of Atliii  District. Where located: Pino Crook  valley, between tlie Kook of Aires and  Hear Paw.  rj-iAK'IS Notice that I, ,1. Al. lindner, Froo  Miner's Certillcato No. 15 S."i!)!i:i, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  the .Mining Recorder for a Certificate oT 1m-  provemenls, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of tho above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 117, must.be commenced before tho  issuance ot such Cortilicato of Improvements.  Dated this 2(ith day of October. A. I). UlB.'i.  <l-:i J. JI. iilil'TNKIt.  Sultan   Mineral   Claim.  Situate iu the Atlin Alining Division of Atliii  District. Where located: Pine Creek  valley, about .Stephendyke.  rjiAlil-; Notice thnt. I, J. I-'. Mree/.e, I'reo  .Miner's Certillcato No. H :s.VJ!Jii, intend,  sixty days from the dale hereof, to apply lo '  the Mining Recorder for a Cert ideate of fm-  prnvonioiits, for tho purpose ol obtaining a  Crow n Grant of t ho above claim'  And further take notice that action, under  section Hi, iniisl In; commenced before tho  issuance of Mich Certificate of Improvements.  Dated IhislliHIi day or October, A. D. 1!I0.">.  il*' .1. I-'. HllM/iK.  Maybe    Mineral   Claim.  Situate in the Al liu Alining Division of Atliii  District. Where located: Pino Crook  valley, nelKlil'Oi'liooil of moiitli Gold Run.  niAKK Notice that I, J. F. Ilree/e, I-'rno  .Miner's Certificate No. 13 'J.lflPO, intend,  sixty duy.s from the date hcrcor. to apply to  the .Mining Recorder for a Certilicute of Improvements, for the purpose oT obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  Anil further take notice that action, under  section "7, must bo commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 2l"ith day of October, A. 1). liHTi.  d2;i ,1. r. iiki-:i:/,u. ^tJ,.Ti?,? B^ ^  L  :zci:f'Ev:thts.  Ot;  lirigr?  %Mch;  ���4ie,oi Xmns-'g^  and. S.leighiiH  ;f-:?;P  f ?fBigf,cleariii<;  ?-,.a:t?l'iHuian'.s. ? ?,f 7 -777.    '  "; :������������'���?'���-.?? ,i  77 ?y Souvenir  Postal���������: "afid^Cln'istmaivj  : 7f,;Gil His lit: G;   li.yBcnirilft'iS? 7   'yf ;? . 7 ff j  ?y ; f; McDonald: s.f Grocery: ',-���;-makes-: a j  ..;.";. special!.}';oi" fresh eggs and  butter;.  y   J (sell"tbe'-besl Hoeenef coaJyoiff ifu  ���V A'lliiii.'aiid .Discovery.-- -j.T? Kcgah.  /���^^''lAUiiifp^  7ylield   its:regular-meeting-en���Th.urs-  7 -'day;eveninjj:iy: y-y-y   yy yy-v :-;y  :y.n?; fI(?Uie. present :show:?rei:mnus"laud:  :7f:travely.\vill ^imprbv  \���'-particis slidiiklfbb. -i 11:oi?c'te.r  ,fci:Qll?i!;f^hSmfer.^  v -pie; canieytoyyViliiy  ���'���'.f:: ���:iiess:;f.tliespelling,match .between; the  :7::pUpi;^f0i?.tli��-:r\m:SCl!00l-J;;y; ffyy7yf7;7  rf7fy7:J^pSt^;:strayecl7pr stoleii':;-lTpni-?Mcv  f, f?Kee:?creelc���--^lie'ffnioose^ ''Attached  ?-y't6";fiisfrfaiedk;7vverei ;twc*fbbbm "chains;  :,f7ariclJ5b^fatli'oni'of��� rope:y.:Reward; ;if  '���?-retiirpedt6:CVeb.Adam^^  fy yfl?^  V:??���-alw'ays.j'oiVbaudfat'Kegan-s. 7," -  yf   . y'HappVy'?:sh0U  yffsent-^quadrupeHyam^  :, phernah'fa?:df:a ^certain .secret society,:  ??fy whom.bur sagefiiiforms: -lis futili/ce.af  '.?':';��� moose for the.offiee of the,'-goat.'''y ff  ?frKyer^-dahcery������"���aiid f inMtictfevery-ff  '���'. y Ijody fin; tounrfw-b o.- f' en j bys-"seeing^  ?:;-?:.gopd;;;;.daiibifiigr���not' tb'iiientibn all  '���-;.?those who are'desirous;of maintain-,:  ���7-ihg7:ire protections/should ;b,e attlie-  .7I-Coolenafyvhail. ftquiglitf p. t.ySy.p.in;���  fyf'sharjx. 'yV :,yy:7y ;'-7-;Y;:7:7y'7,7.y;r-yy.;.ff.; ���  f;:;??ffy-Gamp ''Discovery-,?'^bfic)] Arctic  ':''??Bratiierhpp.d,':;-yIield??fv  ;?.week]y rueetjug ^iir^lheirf'hal^fpis;  -   cpyeiy,. on f-Tuesday. evening.    One  7 candidate: was- initiated' fand : much  7 ������f'busihess-f.of'.interest ;to -. the v members  ;���; deaflt??with.   ?This? order-fis- rolling  .. up a-jarge: membership  and, is-?., get-  7 ting -.to. be. a.- strong-,.featureof-the '  :? society-inclined-; people, of our. cam p..  f ���  f flSfew line? of Geo? Wosten holm's  ?yi; XL, pocket, knives at Regan's../.  :?;??fM.r?.;Q^^  f 'andfbrotherff of ?iC;ff Daltoii? .'Rork.e',  arrived-, hi. Atliuf oufSunday .last to,  7 accept   a.- position with   .the- Atlin-  Tradiug : Co.';   Although   the ''.new.-.  comer's composure was somewhat  f 'disturbed, during the?y?etf trip, I'roruf  '���'���'",Ta kn-  to"��� ,:f town? i 11 '���'" the?Roy a 1: Mai If  bbat,,lie:auglit:'in limemake, a good  ; chechaco." ?Mr;f Rorkc- is yan ail-  frouiKk athlete and: will bs a big ac-  ,' fquisitiou to  tlie. local, hockey team .  this.-ivliiter?. ��� ',- ���������������.  The iast imiii" to arrive in camp  left Ji'Jg Cabin on Nov. 30th and  reached her.e.thc riiorning of Lhe 3rd  inst. after a -hard trip. The mail  which should liave reached "Here on  \\;'cdnesday evening had not.arrived,  when   we  went lo press, but. is ex.-'  Easa./in. ;riia.f .Grade  ')'fc ''\nuch"talketlVal>bvtt:speiliiig  match f l5el:weeii?fleaiii3'?repre^enl,ing  lhe- Discovery .ai!fd77Afliti?;schpqls  lookplaccf '-in.'lhe local, ''���school house  ycstei"dii^-..ifl"ieuibbii.;.f ' ?ivflr? ?TanieS'  Stalilcsoccupied Uiechaii anifinade  a.-?le\v;?: appropriate���.'-i-niroiluetoryfre--  marks''?-?- :;.??:7?,"?';.?.-f f.if:y:fff:-'Ti  f?::Tlie -first?-line/up?was :?by??,the  youngsters 'fbf7; the-junior vgrade;;  ?Kath!eeuyH?isl'etti?Jolihni^:;?i.<un  anti?]acki?l')o\vlli!'g?fbr iAtlin,?a  !lM$cbvery,' Ch'cle;/tn'dcrspiii;':';Har-ry;  ;Bi:uce y ahd; ���'?GaH;'?^iiclei^ti,Ff^'lie  \TOrus;:;';cauie'7-!ast!-;7'iViidff?bqtk  )jl.ib\veclywoiiclerftilf'prbitci,eneyyf7Gar^  a 11 i;i?7?C 1 yd e f. Aii d e rsohv \\-e r e, t lief fi rs t  to go dowii,i&vingf?Karry:Erucc-'as  fa'lohe chatiipipn for Discovery;:-Jack  Dowliiignwasliie ,fi?st?tb^gbfrroinSlie  fAtU!'K?rankSi;7xfollowe^yby?J^  T lir.i'i bul i yf/leayin g? .Kalhleeh;Htislett  forf? Atlin; i:?bu t ?iiie-!y\ybrdf worms  prbyedftbpVnuicli-fqr'?Eat  HaiM"\cBnice?was left;asffthe win'uer'.'.  ���Th e ?co n t es t was f k ee 11 ff a 1 id tl 1 ef cl.fi Id -  re 1 v?, Irp 111; bo th'���.,' sch obis? did re mark-f  ���-"abiy.-LVve'il'.ff'y'H:a'r'r\'-: Brubeicoutimieci  .011 .fill efffibor-fandf^anyf endeavor ;?Avas  ���in adef, ? i6?-'s' p'ell. f hi mf .dp wi 1 .yf; ;?P he .'at-;  fteuVpt/prpvedf-successfhf after along  .si r-uggl&fknd., Harry: is'?!bvbe;,cpii grain la le^d.,' on ;���' be i 11 g ?th e."?, cli a mi p ion of  :the juiiipi7rgrade: in; the:;distnCt.7yHe  juade such?a7gbbd'imiiressipir that^a  'prize'was-presehied to'vhiuif.byyMr;;  ^'??J??Tliaiir???fS?7??:??'i,5?7f7''??;:??-s-  D^'li 1 e repoiTof"tft^  wliich was  \vpnf by /Discovery?' will  appehr next week, ff :[.f ���������":  ���;, MmM  lilp.f  "PeliveWcT.' to^arijv:? pa;rt >of'':-'tlie? district;  ���     ���;    ������..., ���; .-. :      - .;���������.���. ,--;-i/:     L :'��� 7 :.-.,. ���':���,. ���:���.. ���.!.:������������:��� ,..���.' . .���;���������:-..  ���Goods Frtelv and-Glban:;  f,��y;u Mo'i'TO���^piie?fprice  ryf?Prices?f;R.ighi-.  fairff IrealineiitLto  ?f?>ST;KlN):;?]S??C?y  W  .VliSf  1^-^'  %f  $r.@[w��i<sf:&&;:itL^  m  s^.S^s^^p;^  ,Mks,^:::^L_    ' &&S'.&��>:S?iP;&iS KKRS^��''':SS.'  ?: yy '��� '������ .Vv.;ehiii"ch 'flMoticesu,-       ...' .,.. :  ', Chuvch:ol Unjflnjul:: Stf -Mjirtiii-'s-Cluiroh.-r  Kiuidav .services: .Matins- at 11 a. m.:- Kven-  stiiiK-,- i:S0 p. in. Cclebiutiou or Moly.-Cou.i-  miinion, 1st-Sunday in each month: and on  special oeea.sions. -Siiiula.v..School::Sunday,  at.-il P. in.: Committee Meetings, 1st,Thursday,  each month.y Kev. J.'\ L. Stephenson, rector.  St. Anili-cw's Vrcsbytevian Church', hold  sei-.vices in the Church, on .Second; Street.  Mor-niiu: service at II : evening service;-7:8(1.  Siiii'day'Seluiol at the close-of the' iiicu-iiiug,  'se-.n-ice.-.ltev. A. JI. R'oss,.niMiistoi-i. ,   ;,:,,.v ,  :Tiioi.???DmiN^6oM??:fe  If"ffP;ffffI';:'fff::f��^  ���Si?  y? -fffDIXOW ?&?SCHULZ;,  .Proprietors... :f ������ ?f:  Corner f Pearl and First-Streets, Atlin? -B.;C..  '."'Tf^-'1  snRS.T-  CLASSf   RESTAUR ANT.;-I.N yCOINLN ECTION-.  CHOICEST'WIM:S.- liOUORS AMil CiGAKS���CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  pected to get in today. The trouble  is- between Golden Gate and Bell's'  . point,, where neither. bo;ilir,g nor ice  : travel' prevails, ti'His lnuhing it.almost impossible for the carriers lo  make any headway.  The Whist.Glub is in full swing  and promises to be a great success  not only in learning green (?) players'to lead, from -"sneaks'1 and to  trump their, partner's best.card.of a  suit on it<3- second call* but also in  teaching a. few choleric gentlemen  la curb tampers which would cause  a mule to turn green with envy.  When yon don't return your  nart-  ?THe:;Weatfer.;  : - The lowest and highest temperatures 'atid-fprecipitation recorded for  the week are as-follows: 7 c  Dec,  . "Max-.  ":"-',Mi:i".1  Preciiiitation.  71lain;f Show  I���  ��� :'"r7."  .'.���".���' '3  ���in.' '/>in.  27'  3 ���-  7 37  ;39?f-  ; To  I.:. 34:  -������   ���:       l-<  .,    .    .......     .-.-./J.  .  .oS'   .,^-  4....   35  :'::'7   5  ���.���;.-." fs  5  6  ���~ -3  ��� 6;  ��� ' ���;. '������������ i .;���.',  7.  2S  ���~~' "i-  ':-::'rt-f  Stables & Tumsclen; carry a-stock  of good groceries.  ���.Christinas presents ,for old and  young at C. li. Bourne's.  The-latest .magazines and' papers  are'always on hand at Piirmau^s.  Why use inferior gasoline when  you can"get 7.6 and S6- per cent, at  fRcgan's.    Alliii and Discovery.  During the winter montlis any  one who wants ex.prcss- or freight  from T,og Cabin should leave their  orders at the Kirklaud Hotel. There  is an extra team on the' mail: Any  business entrusted will.be carefully  looked after. .dcjtf  Karl Hamshaw, of McKee creek,  received.a bad shaking up hist week.  I-Ie was riding on top of a loaded?  aleigh which upset and -threw him  down a steep side-hill-. Mr. Hamshaw. spent  a. few days-in town re-  ���1.  Executed Cheaply,   Promptiyiancl Sai?isfactorily.  THE: CLMM QEFIGE,  fg.jfi^JtJt.jS.J. Jl J%  *aVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVvVVVVVVVVVO����^V^  v^>v\A^l'Vvvw^AA'vAl^^  uer's trump lead it means that you cupcraling- and was in pretty fair  haven't any trumps or you--if looks fettle when lie returned to McKee  onald cremate---die right there. j thu beginning, of. thJs-.w.edEL.'      -      ,'J  neice un  irocerie^' .and:'Pr  And Sell for the  Lowest Prices hi Gamp.


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