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 VOL. 24.  ATLIN,   13. C,   SATURDAY,     DECEMBER    29,   .906.  300  TELEGRAPHIC.  A-Budget of Interesting News  From Many-Quarters;  [Sl'KOlAI, to -nil'. or,.\i,M.i  Victoria, li. C, Dec. 28.���The  lioiuin'alions for tlie provincial elec-  tions.take place January 19th, 1907.  The elections will be held February  211'cl, 1907." Parliament is tpmeet  March 7tli, .1907,   .  Tacoaia, Dec. 28.-���Four' people"-  killed and twenty-two injured, tlie  result of a collision of tlie ihter-ur-  b:ui train' from Seattle and a work  train. - ���  Toronto, Out., Dec. 2S.��� Sir Win.  Howland is dangerously ill. -He is  95 years of .age, and has been for  many years a. leading and "public-  spirited citizen.of Toronto.  ��� Edmonton;- Alta., .Dec." 28.���Major Strickland, of the N.W.M.P.* is  dangerously il! with'dropsy,' The  Major is well known iu the North,  having been in charge, at different  "times, of-the-N. YV. M. P. stations  ��� f'rom-t he-White-Pass suuiuiit-lo the  Yukon.   ------ -  Loudon,i' Kng:,-- Dec- 2S.:���Tlie  very heavy snow fall that has visited London lately is seriously interfering- with street and railway traffic. Several fishing and trading  schooners have, been, wrecked off  the English coast.  Washington, Dec. 28.--J. Beres-  ford, a brother of Lord Charles Ber-  esford, was killed in a wreck on the  Soo line recently.  Montreal,. Dec. 2S.���It lias been  discovered by someone with a'penchant for research, that there is a  clause in the city charter which  makes it impossible to imprison men  for drunkenness, as a consequence  no less than fifty-two men who had  imbibed too much Christmas 'good  cheer,'  were released from custody.  New York, Dec. 2S.���Mrs. Florence Maybrick, who has passed a  few years in English prisons, .has  started out on a crusade of reform  in the American penitentiaries.  Vancouver, Dec. 28.���The greatest football match ever played, in  British Columbia took place here a  few days ago, when the Stanford  university team of -.California met  the Vancouver eleven. The match  was witnessed by a big,crowd, and  evoked great applause from the  spectators. The Stan fords went  down to defeat, the score indicating  Vancouver eleven points, Stanford  cjght points. Two more matches  will be played, one on Saturday,,  the 29th, and the other New Year's-  day. The greatest interest has  been aroused and is it expected that  thousands will attend the games.  Ottawa, Dec. 2S.���The pension  system on the Canadian govern-  miient railways goes into- effect on  April 1st. The government will  contribute  a   sum   not   exceeding  $"004000..  .Albcrni, H.C., Dec. 28.--Al a  large and-very enthusiastic meeting  of tlie Conservative convention Win.,  Maiison,,''the present holder of the  seat was unanimously nominated.  I.'vcretl, Wash, Dec. 28.:���Owing  to a scarcity of vessels and a scanty  supply of cars, the lumber business  in this vicinity is at a standstill.  Washington, D.C.,' Dec/'28.���  Roosevelt has issueda proclamation  .to the people ,%of the United Stale's  -asking theni to contribute funds to  relieve the millions of famine sufferers 'in China.-  Bakersfield, Cal., Dec. 27.���Tlie  miner, named Hicks, who was bur-  iid'ali'vc iii a tunnel for fifteen'clays,  has been released aud .in good  health. Scores of men worked both*  night and day to get to him.  - Hon. R. E. Green, minister of  lands and work's,'-" resigned from the  cabinet on Saturday. The Hon.  gentleman, lias " been -contemplating  this step lor some time, as his extensive "private interests iiiterferred  with the discharge of his executive  'duties", bul'clid : not" wish to'embar-  ass the government by leaving such  tin knporlant office-vacant. However, thp decision of the government  to go to the country, enables Mr.  Green to retire.  Curling- Schedule For Kappele Cup.  At a meeting of the Atlin Curling  club, held in the parlors of the  Kooteuay last Wednesday, the following teams were drawn to coin:  pete for the cup. presented by Mr.  A. J. Kappele, of Vancouver. The  contest begins on January ���.5th, to  be continued every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday'evenings during  the month. Following is the schedule, skips, players etc:  Sal. 5th.���Fraser vs. Smith.  Tues. 8th.���Bourne vs. R. D.  Eealherstonhaugh.  Thurs. 10th.���Smith vs. Bourne.  Sat. 12th.���R. D. Eeatherston-  haugh vs. Fraser.  Tues. '5th.���Smith vs. R. ,D.  Featherslonhaugh.  Thurs. r7th.���Bourne vs. Fraser.  Sat. 19th.���Fraser vs. Smith.  Tues. 22nd.���Bourne vs. R. D.  Featherslonhaugh.  Thurs. 24th.���Smith vs. Bonnie.  Sat. 26th.���Fraser vs. R. D.  Eeatherstonhangh.  Tues. 29th.���Smith vs. R. 1).  Eeatherstonhangh...;  Thurs. 31st.���Bourne vs. Fraser.  Following are tbe rinks:  ''.���Smith,  skip; )Vickers,   Kershaw,  Eggert.   -���:  Bourne, skip; Cummings, Bragg,  I-I'. Young.  Eraser, skip; Wheeling, Rosselli,-  Anderson.  R. D. Eealherstonhaugh, skip;  Dowling, Williams, Gigot.  Local  Events.  '< Tlie latest-hooks arrive  at   C. 11:  Bourne's'as foon as published.        ,.  The report of the Atlin Ohrisimas  tree social will receive lengthy  attention in our'hext issue.-  Ed. Sands, Charlie Gilmour and  M. R. Jamieson ��� paid Atlin a visit  last Wednesday evening and spent  a-few horns with friends.  Alex. Blain has been renewing  acquaintances with old friends in  Atliu, during the holidays.  -" ��� Arthur Dick and Horace Fraser  lefl early this week to slake the  trail between here and Log.Cabin.  .Advices have been received from  Victoria notifying , the local executive that Mr. A. S. Cross has been  appointed returning officer for the  Atliu electoral district.  By dint of great patience and  much labor j.T. Regan managed  to recovered seven of the eight boxes ~6f gelignite that went through  the ice last week. Il was in about  sixty feet of water.' ���   ���  Messrs Hanna, Cartmel, Anderson and Hamsiiaw, with sweet and  entrancing selections of music, delighted' an audience in the billiard  room ot the Kooteuay last Wednesday, evening.  S. H. Plumbe, of McKee, Mrs.  Plum be and thelittle ones, are visiting Atlin during the holidays. Mr.  Plumbe has much of his lime taken  up 'minding baby,' yet he finds the  time to have an occasional yarn  with his old 'college cluuu.'  Sheriff Shirley received a wire  from his brother George, dated the  24th December, ' from Vancouver.  George was about to leave for Red  Bluff, California, on his roundabout way for the old home iu  Ontario.  Sheriff Shirley sold the plant,  tools and material of the Columbia  Hydraulic Mining Company, on  Spruce creek, on Eridaj', the 21st.  George Adams, representing eastern  parlies, was the purchaser.  Installation of the officers of the  A. O. U. W. will be held Wednesday the ��>th of January, all members  are requested to be present.  Captain Bragg and George Sinclair are supposed to be out somewhere in the vicinity of" O'Donucll  looking up some ptarmigan leases.  'Cap' says they will bring back  enough birds to stock all the larders  in town. Ptarmigan mulligan would  go very well just now.  Stages for the A. .U.'U. W. & A.  B. dance at Discovery, on New  Year's.Eve, are due to leave Atlin  at 7'p.m. Everything points to a  large turn-otil, which is proper.  The gentlemen have their curling,  hockey, whist, smoking concerts,  glee clubs and lazy-stick competitions; and here is an opportunity to  give the ladies a chance to have a  really good and enjoyable time, and  there you are.  McDonald's   Grocery    makes a  j.-'ipecialty of fresh eggs and butler.  Pine i'Aly Paraeranhs.  The skating' rink was Hooded  again. Sweet & Jamieson had a  crew of men on the pumping apparatus. 'Bob' says a mixtuie of six.  bottles of beer to two of-gin makes  the finest kind of machine oil.  A singing? fever struck the town  a few nights ago. -Some cruel person, who had no ear for music, said  the performers had wearied of hearing the dogs howl and were endeavoring lo drown them out with 'something just as   good.'    Ccan'l say/f]  The Christmas tree social, was a  decided success. Frank Mobley  was a good chairman. Mrs. C. R.  Bourne, as organist, and the orchestra,- discoursed sweet music at limes  during the evening. Songs, choruses, recitations and a fancy drill made  up a most excellent programme.  Refreshments; aud jolly good ones,  too, were served. The committee,"  on whose shoulders fell the work of  preparation, etc., are lo be congratulated upon such a successful crowning of their endeavors. ���    - ���   _ fr^O .   Rumblings From Boulder.  Joe Tr/iber and his associates, ��� so  report says, are taking out generous  quantities of the yellow stuff.  A Roxy. one of "Little Willie's"  partners, left the creek laic Christmas eve. He Lias not been heard of  since. It is said, in cigarette circles,  to be a love affair. Should anyone  meet him wandering about please  head him for the creek and give  him the right kind of a start.  Alex. Blaine, of Boulder, one of  the champion whist players on the  creek, got 'cold feet' a week ago  and left lo see a sick partner in the  hospital. He must he lost, strayed  or stolen; anyone giving information of his whereabouts or sending  him home lo his friends, collect,  will be suitabl)- ie warded. [Alex,  has added 'pulling on the lazy-stick'  lo his accomplishments, Boulder  creek men lie ware!]   ���..=j���.j>���1����������  Gold Bottom Advices.  G. S. Cummings, ihe mining expert  who  has   Ihe   prospecting    of  Gold  Bottom  in   hand,   arrived  in  town   last  Thursday,   accompanied  by Lyman   'Hodge.     Work  on   the  shafts  has   been   temporarily��� abandoned,.unlil arrangements are 'made"  to  install  a  steam   pumb.      Louis  Gierke is out  after   nioosc and Dan  Holland and  jimmy Stokes are improving the  trail.     i\lr. Cummings  may  go  lo  the   lower  coast to get  the'necessary'machinery,   his  idea  being to get  back   over the ice aud  have the plant  installed  before  the  snow goes.  The grade of the creek is good  and there is plenty of water and an  excellent dump, three essentials in  hydraulic mining, [f the prospect  shows good, Mr. Cuminings says  there sure will he a big clean-up by  the time the leaves begin to fall  next season. ATLIN,    B.  C.,,   SATURDAY,    DECEMBER 29,    1906.  >  The Atliu Claim.  ("Hli A'M-1N CLAIM re ruou'sncn Lvnw cA'iunDAV  MonNifiC, MAiLi:n rnr: to amv ?a:it of tut  wofiit) rofi co t vutg "�����:�� wcrifH, a-j.oo pen  vcat. i."*vcn 1 ism*-, hatc; : s 1.00 ijr.i\ inch each  ��� Hscr.TioN ;  hcadi*hi MO'ricr.r.. :���*��� centg a link.  SPFCIM.    nATC'J     ".J"    .-.""I.IC/.TION.         *C5��o-   -  -.-   -���    --  "JOB IWNTENCi :  l"-L*H KflOS,  LCTTCn-HEADT.,  roirrfn, vtsirirsc.  cahos  hiioc-iammhi'.,     rrc, etc.  PIICMPTL-    IXCCUTCO.  pmccr.  tAOOKtifiTK.  Tin: /.timk Claim Pujieisiuno Co., I/n>.  "VV. ' !\>m,ajsi>. tOii.\NT.    Ki)TToi:-.MANA<ii:it.  GREETINGS.  We extend greetings to all and  hope that prosperity aud happiness  may be meted out to everybody in  generous proportions. The heart  overflows with good feelings. H  our ��� arms were long enough and  strong enough wc would like to  hug all the women in the .world and  shake hands with all the men.  Collectively this is impossible, so,  during the holidays, we will do our  best lo overlook no one of either  sex.  Provincial Election.  Christmas night we received a  telegram which read��� "Nominations January 19th; elections Febru-  ai-y 2nd.:' For tho. past two or  three, mouths Ihe Co.-tst papers have  been filled with rumors and predictions of an election. Various dates  were named as to when the event  would come off, but, as usual, in  bitch cases, the whole thing was  guess work.  Wc have refrained from taking  any part in the discussion, as om  policy has been to devote our best  efforts to furthering the interests of  the cauip, aud eschaw politics, well  knowing thai if the government decided lo go to the country, ample  notice would be given the .electorate  aud plenty of time afforded for the  discussion of all questions affecting  the country at large and our own  district in particular.  We believe now, however, that  the time has come when wc. as well  as all good citizens, should express  our views. The government has  appealed to the country, they arc to  give an account of their stewardship, and it is for Ihe people of the  province to say whether iu their  opinion the business ol the country  V.:':i bo:.-n administered in a manner  that .meets wilh their commendation, aud, .more particularly, in our  own district, lo say whether the  promises given by -the conservative  government in 1903 have been lived  up to.  The political history of British  Columbia has been a very chequered cue. Business has been run on  liap-ha>-.ard lines. There was no  division of parties, coalition governments .were formed from time to  lime only to go lo nieces. Tt was  i' r-ise of every man for himself.  ';'.;,::v :.,-..-; ::'������ dei'iiil'*. policy--no  ��� ������!:!r;ii or iuci! LXcoruv -. ;.'.- .vine!!  .. m-.-miM.T leu nnns'.-ii uhiu.i to consult or to render an account to.  The result was  chaos���the country, rich as it,is, was, year  by year J broad-minded manner  running into debt, until, with a  white .population of only a million  and a half, our funded interest  bearing debt was over 5.15,000,000  and the banks refused lo advance  another cent until the province  showed that it would make a  bona-lide effort to meet its responsibilities. ���  This effort was made by the present-government, who on assuming  office decided to appeal to the country 011 party lines. The appeal to  strict party lines has much'to condemn it, as. the issues are purely  local, and what would appeal to a  man in dominion politics from a  parly and national standpoint,  might be suicidal to his inteicsls  when applied to provincial or local  matters. However, the appeal was  made'aud we believe the stand taken was justified by existing conditions,- and it is now our duty, as  well as that of every citizen, to express an opinion of the results.  We have followed closety the  trend of events and iii our opinion  the present government .have certainly done all that could be expected of- them. They managed  provincial affairs with prudence,  have checked extravagance, improved provincial credit and restored confidence outside 111 the future  of British Columbia.' Each year  has shown an increasing surplus.  British Columbia securities in 1903  were a drug on the market, to-day  they arc classed as A. 1. The  country is contented and prosperous; our mining- and timber interests are in a flourishing condition;  immigrants have been attracted to  the province, aud British Columbia  has received the necessary impetus  to bring about the exploitation and  development of the richest province  in the dominion.  For the above reasons we have  decided to give our support to the  present government. Wc do not  s-c under the existing favorable  condition of affairs, why it is sensible or politic to make any change.  The country is prosperous, the government have lived up to their  pledges, and, while a certain section  of the press and individuals seeking  office, condemn them, yet we believe that the people, as a whole,  are perfectly well satisfied, and will  return the present admisistration to  ���1 further lease of power.  We do not intend, in this issue,  lo take up the discussion of local  affairs, but simply wish to define  our position.  Locally the government has done  all that could be expected; all their  pledges have been redeemed; and,  as far as we are in touch wilh local  sentiment, there seems to he only  approval for what our present member has done since holding office.  By the lime of our next issue  matters will have shaped themselves  sufficiently to enable us to comment  intelligently on them. In the approaching campaign we hope to  hear a reasonable and searching  discussion amongst the electorate of  the questions affecting our district,  and trust that the people will not be  led away by side issues. The  n:i'*-ui-,;:;-; U:i be decided upon affect  us all, llu-y ait- our personal interests, and we have no doubt but that  they  will   be   treated  in a fair and  W7 P $  J Ilk aaES$��>  In  the Iron Store formerly  occupied by Stables 6c Lumsden.  ��$>.  iSS".  mw  ��  a1  ������  n��<  $S  My Goods arc all  Fresh and  of the best quality.     Prices  moderate.  The is'ma Store,  First- Street*  A/VVVVAA!*VV*#VVA/^VV*vVVV^  upany,  Konrad Wawrecka.  Manager.  Brewers  of Lager. Beer  ssssd Porter,  -  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS-PROMPTLY FILLED.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  &9&JKH&P  ���#&+.9��#*&&.P&P*&*.  The Bar is supplied   with   none   but  the   best brands of Liquors  and' Cigars.    First-class Billiard and Pool Tables.  DIXON    &   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  FIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST WINLS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SPECIAUV.  IRON   PIPING,   STEEL   AND   BAR IRON,  . DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,  , GASOLINE.'  0  Stores in Att.in and Discovery.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  S.S. PRINCESS BEATRICE SAILS  December 27th  Suilinir from Skagway 8p.m.  Direct  to Vancouver and Victoria.  Transporting liy rail or steamer to Scuttle, without extra charcc  Wu (jivo quiulc xei-vico.     No iiit(;rniii<liiitc (.'alls.  For riitcN or iiifm-iiiution ui>iily to  H. R Dunn,  A Kent. !>kac*--*y.  ��*-��!*:cw*i^c(*a*a^<>0'��>:o.��>:<*)"ta^^  The .Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY  OF  ALL  KINDS,  Dressed to Order.  MM*tKMM"M*SMM*B"B"*>*MLn ��� <*M"MMBMOTMaMMHMnMMHMMMHHM<4aMMBanHMMaa("M��MMMHaMMVaMMa��  C.   DOELKER    Manager.  'VI  H-'J ATLIN,   B.  C,   SATURDAY, . DECEMBER   29,, C90S  .ST. "itAHTJS'S UlllfliCII OJr t'NIiliANU.  Ti      Sunday   morning- services urn rendered at  21 o'clock.    "Vm. C. (���>, llnlhori:. lay reader.  PliKSMTTf.lclAK  (illl'licit.  i. -  . -Sunday morning sfi-vir.es 11 u'cloufc. Snn-  ���day ueliool at 12.13. Kvculiu/ si-rvieo. ���*.">().  A.fti'rnooii service at Discovery; Sunday-  school lit I. 3'i.  It would be difficult to better  illustrate, both the novelty aud  the possible contingencies, attendant upon a winter trip through  the Rocky mountains than the provision that has been made by the  C.P.R. for dealing with any emergencies which may. arise al any time  between November and May. Very  few trans-continental travellers who  have not, at some time, been!  ���detained by snow-slides, with all  the accompanying- discomforts ot  hunger aud cold. This is to be a  thing of the past. The C.P.R. has  put into operation a plan to offset  tlie aforementioned difficulties. As  well as the supply boxes with which  all trains are equipped, there are  provisions cached along the line at  anost convenient places should un-  aisual conditions prevail. Conductors have keys' to the boxes, which  ���contain not only'provisions but necessaries in case of injury or sickness.  would, not look so very bad herself.  Her hair .cuilc-d naturally aud  would not fall' in streaks over her  eyes. Her hands closed tightly on  the railing. Why, it was an inspiration' In a lew years she would  grow wan and pale���women of Iict  coloring went to pieces young. If  she were to go now il would be  with the memory of these three  happy years untarnished. He still  cared enough for her to mourn her  loss.     She swung her feet over and  "Oh! you jnaen," she cried, '"with  your everlasting cant of loving the  good and the pure and the decent���  what a joke you are.! Listen to uie,  dear. If men found so much to admire in good ' women, what chance  would there be for such as I? My  gold hair, my eyes, my lips and uiy  arms count for more with men than  all the virtues. As you said, you  had your choice. You're positively  fuuny when you start moralising.  Now go back to civilization aud Til  join you iu a moment or two.  Kmotional scenes are not "my forte.  I'll have to powder my nose and  ���smooth my hair or people will say  I'm falling off-in looks.  Sbe watched him .as he walked  iu the direction of the casino. Once  she rose as ii to call him back, but  seated herself again in the shadow.  Well���it had come, as she knew  it would, this yearning of his for  the life he had left behind him.  -She had no regrets. For three  years at least, she had lived.  She walked to the end of the pier  aud seated herself on the railings.  It would be several minutes before  the guard would again patrol that  part of his beat. In the meantime  she could sit there undisturbed and  think.  Looking down at the waves she  (remembered a picture she had seen  ���somewhere, of a drowned girl whom  the waves had washed up on the  ���beach. She remembered that the  face was very beautiful and peaceful.     Idly  she  reflected  that   she  stood on  the   outer   side of the railing.    She turned towards the shore  with its myriads of lights.     People  there   were   dancing  and chatting  and laughing and drinking.    It was'  very gay and she loved gaiety���but  then what gaiety would there he for  her   when   old   and faded���alone?  She looked again   at the waves rolling- in, and laughed  as she'thought,  what a very'small   hole  she would:  make  in   the water, when she dropped.    She fluffed out her wonderful  hair with her jeweled side-comb.  'Til make a touching picture if  the tide does its work to-morrow,"  she' murmured. "It would be my  luck, though, to have the undertow  take me out somewhere and lose -me  where none,could see and admire."'  She paused and listened intently  ���ah! the guard was coming that  way���she must be quick.  ���"-'Good-bye, dear," she whispered, "I leave you, I hit the trail  alone.'''  With a little nod of farewell toward the -shore, she -drew her white  gown close about her, and 'dropped!  quietly into the moon-lit water.  ���ilk  ^jd   ,^,4   jju   ffi  ������KSfcEacmffia^Ti^K^tf^  i  THE  I  ���1  JL  ���CO.  :r  irWKBM^Mga^J^^EESKr  Highest  Prices Paid For Furs 3  coins md'vy-   ���  Representing Joseph Ullman, N. Y.  '**2>>?~  l$efnl and Ortianenia'  Wi.'l make ttcgiiliU' Trips  tii Atlin to'buy Furs.  nil  Fresh  line oi staple groceries on  ���hand at Ii. L, Pillman's.  ���Synopsm of  Conndian Momestend   Regulations.  /V "**���"-iivn'i-lublo Dominion 'I.anils within  jC3l. thu Kailwny liolt'iii liritisli Columbia,  limy be homesteaded b>y nnytporson who is  thu sole hand of aiTitmily, or any inulo over IS  years n" hk��i, *�� thu extent of oiie-cimintor  nectioii <if Kill ncron mora or Ium.  l"u(r,v must In; n>ade:pcr.Sfiunlly nt-itho bient  ���tnnil c��ttli;u .rcn- tlif! dist.iiictiii which tho land  'ihMtnnUi.  ���TJie huinckteitdci' in rouirired to perform  tho conditions connected thci'uwilli under  ono of the foliowinff plans:  (1) A I, least six months' residence iiikiii nnd  cultivation of tlio land in each your for itlirea  .yours.  13) If tho father (or'mother, if tho father is  deceased) of the homcRtoader resides upon n  farm in tho vicinity of thu land ontorcd for,  tho requirements as to residence may be  Mitislicd by such person residing with tho  fathor or mother.  (ft) If tho Bottler has his .permanent red-  doneo upon furmiti{; laud owned by liim in  the vicinityxif bin homeHtead, tho requirements us to -residence may bo satisfied by  residence upon tho said land.  Six months' notice 'in writing: should he  civremtotheConimissiouer of Dominion-Lands  .at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may lie purchased at $10por acrg  for noft coal and 520 for anthracite. Not more  than 320 aorcs can bo acquired by ono individual or company. Royalty at tho rate of  ton conts pur ton of 2,000 pounds shrill bo col-  locto'l on tho gross output.  W. W.C0R.Y.  Deputy of tlio Minister of tho Interior  N.U.���UnauthorlKed publication of this ad-  vortixomont .will not lie��mlrtfor. iyti-Hm  Why sr.sn oct when you can get cioods as chrai- iieke?  Atlin, Nurjaet and Grape Rings and all Kinds of Jewelry'i��anu  'factured wi the promises.  Fine New Stock of VUatches, Clocks, Jewelry and Diamonds  Watches from $5.00 up. Acrents for (Jolumbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoone  JULES CGGERT & SON, atUN and d-scovkxv,  safety Deposit Vaults.     Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewelrs.  TlieyFare'."Waiting-Ifor   You!  IN  ��L   Hats assd Dry GoodSp  Carpets', and. 'House Furnishings.  FUIA. LINK    OK    BOOTS   and    SI-IOKS,  also   OOTvD    SKAI,   HIP   GUM    HOOTS.  -tl. E*-Brown.&-Co<  *>���������-���-���-<  Atlin and  "��^   Discovery, B. C.  Successors  to J. H. Richardson.  ��<SO<~>�� �������������-  The  Canadian   -Bank., of  Commerce,  CAPITAL    PAID   UP   $10,000,000.  Ri'siiuvE, $4,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at .Seattle,  San Francisco,  Portland,  Skagway, afca,'  Exchange sold on all Points.  Att.in Branch:.  Goi,d Dust Purchased.  J.,A. SMITH. AIanaj;cCw ���'���"A  �����������  S:V"  -���^I^iv^  '���Spruce;  ���There will be',a turkey shoot ou  a I Pillina:i^'s^*-Lpre,']o^fMpn-;  da^-r atr io .ri. rur :\���'-There.���',win,-,Uei:'fi:  :graiid turkey "licsta at ' Mrs.::��lay's  . a,t,l.be conclusion oi' the shoot. All  , :ihe.:gpp(i--:ancl'::..|)opi':--"Hhq'.)tisis1 in  ���.tb^c'istriet are /invited to be preset it  l;lb.trj";',;.aii'd.;.;knock''.(the:'leathers ;off  ii the':.boidsl :..''���:; yy:y:/y'./.y. 'i.-;'-i:'i/-.yi... yyi  fi.:5���������';^curH^g;^;^iatch:���is''^.6,h;t!l'e���:sl(!te;:  ' bet wee ii, Rossel 1 i-Kers hii vv:-��� vs-. Si i'i -  /iclair^Ch"!^  contestants put up:goods,to tlie; value  o.f-five i.dolVars;- Rpsselli,  liquid iii"-.  , .spiration;, Kcrshiu^^  dair,;   lumber;::'-CLiliiji',���',-;rilat'Qiieiy^  . ���. A r ran ge in e u ts a re, .be i i'i gj i '. xacl e ��� *.v il 11  :the inanaoement.of the rink to have  "r. ������/���'.;������.  ''������:::��: :;���::���:      v--:. ,:���.������:'-    *.?' \,:      ��  tlie spectators', gaUery,:e.nlai'yecl.!;  ���'.-:���   AiKlyiCrreeripame yiTito towirfrom  Wilson cr,eelc:.last!,Mbiida;y;,};:Heiiin-.:  t'l M*  W}0  <Ct*<*M : ��� ���m$wi  ED.: SAN pS,:Prpf3ribtos*r -;  A. Sii-ic t [yy Bi i's t-,G i a ssiHote 1.;  |'JQ'nij':'tb\*v'Givbicest;''.Win'c's^:.:  ���Liquors: audv Cigars, used)';  ,:"]5IvSCbYJSRY,V:B';.A  i-jenvm i.-TCa.r  ��? Kj&*xa��Tift*��nu*w > J*ca* '*  /���r>i:"!j'i ��<r ��� ^?xk]^k shop-  V   iVj:-:^"*,'^  Pri.vo.tfl  I'jntriiiKjr. for. LacHcs;  :���"? ; ::  ;MLINTOMLO'DGJS  :���:-': A.iF;:& A. M.':'.;  Ko.'-.ia,  G.U..H. C:  ��� tends ?'ta'ang;;a?lrij^  coming: Wky in, :^^^  -PronL;��:h^^  ,. Visiting brrthrrn,cordially invited.  re��;.  mra.  CeriificaiesA:o^ I!T"j>roycmehts^  : when .'Andy' is'again located ;ipu  :��� Wilson   creek/i: there:.-'w'ilb bewiuprp:  than jumpers  and . overalls.i oh   liis-;  clothesline on;\vash;-days../ J  i:..'  Friends  itv Atli'tiTi.ave repeived,a;  letter; from^Mrsh;'13iacki: telling;of  the: trip.tb ;:iibg;Cahih, Avhere.'ithey^  ;arrived.,at:6J30.,p: .iu/;iSaliirday^la'sl;.^  : The ace on Atliniwas,:at that time,  ito quote the lady!S:\vordsr Vdaiiger-  ���".ously sale,.';' ijut^the-i'est-pf vrliie: trip  was perfect,' y The '.writer's .deserip- j Sunrise^anc! [Syysfs-  lion ol'llie:scenery .and : of/lier/ini-  "preSsib;n3;:r as^lie*:: pas'seclyalohgror  stopped for  refreshment and rest at  the 'way-side. .Ifouses,' would alm'pst  induce vo.ne,: to "'bit' tlie:trail; ! .She,  speaks of the kindness of those who  took   Jier   out���Dan    Clach,er  and  .Frank-Walia'ce���- huinoYbiisly recalling an instance,of. the, sleigh turning  over., iand.'Frank,, adopting the  whole six xlogs^iS'Sous���--< ,--.-.'������.  H0T;;.iBAXHS:.:;:;:;;:,,;:.:;  : Can foe Had at  On .the Waterfront  "iloli'siSuits Glenned'iiYid Repaired.' ~  All -Work Guaranteed.  Goods:,UMIjOd foi- andjOelivoi-ed;^ .  Cash .b-ipl"o,lii-o.ryi'.".v -,;,; ���'.'  M.:.' Fen n y Picprict re ss  u/iineral VCIaii-fiS  ��� -I-'piuarks..about,:,women by men  .who were wise and otherwise.  , A-heart which' has bseu domesticated by ina tri moiiy. aud maternity  isas tranquil as a tai.ue.buUfiuch.���  .:.:HolineS.- -,    .'Vir::' -.--" -;.-���.-'-- -;-���       ;: ,''=-'  If .men   knew   all.' that, wo.tnen  think, they would   be  twenty times-  inore audacious,���Karr.  A   beautiful .woman   pleases  the  e3"e,   a  good   women: pleases    lire  heart;   one  is a jewel,  the other, a  ���-treasure.---Napoleon..!.  Women are especially to be talked to; as below., men- and������. above(  children.���Ghesterliekl.  When joyous a woman's license  is not to be endured; when in terror  she is .'.a plague. Aeschylus.  Modesty in woman is a virtue  most deserving since we do all we  can to cure her of it..���Lingre-.j...  When we speed. to the devil's  liotiKQ, woman- takes ll.ie-leaU.-by a  thousand steps.���'Goetlie.  When a woman prououiices the  name of a man but twice a day;  there may be some -doubt as lo the  nature of hersentimpnts; but > three,  ti,mes!���1'alzac.  Women know by nature how to  disguise their emotions far betlcr  than Ihe most consuiuate male courtier can do."--Tluu.'kery.  ��� ��� Woman alone knows true loyalty  of affection.���Schiller. ��� ���.  ���  �����tti���������-��� ,   See the Ghristtnas  and  souvenir  bpst!card*-.at.G. .R..-J-k)un]e.'.s.,,  Situato in the AtliivMiriinf��;I)j.yisi6n, Gns-'ju-  ;"''iJistrie,t-:'~'-f'": Where' located-:'��� Oirfiii'dliiii  .--.     CrepU, near i.'ourrh ol' .iiibNCreok. :  '(  TAKK-NpTiGli that UKdvvard S.,W.ilkiii!!.im,  as agGi'i.t 1'oiv Louise Leontiue G-iwaluun, :l."reo  iMinor's.Ceriilioate Xo. 3>1,6I!1, r.nd Alexand-.or  MiiD.oii'ni'd,' Fs'O.o ."ilinoi-'s .CortHicato Ko..3lC-l,"  009. intend, ti!l !il:iys..��mm the date hereof,-to  apply to (ho Minins; Keenvdcr fur 'Cert ill.-.  .t'titija'pE'.lmiu'fjyeuYcnts.for. Hie ijurpose -ul  oli'taiiiiiift- Crown Grant soft lip a hove olai'm-i.  And Further lake notice that action, iinder  section :i!7, iniistbe tioniinoui:nd..,bgf<):re tho  fej&uaiice.-. of siieh' Cortilieatcs of rinprovc-'  lu'e'nts..;, ',', . ; '.'..'''   .. "���'���'������i'r.'j   '.   ''*  ���bated this 22nd day "of Octoherrii)S6;-":"  !       liinv.viiu S...Wii.!;iNfjON', P.I..S.,    ;  ti!27        .; Afrent.  , J.li-cov.ory Clainuioii .said Pino Creek, and' i^  to he'rotiu'iii'd: to Pi lie Oreclt at- a point,  alio ut. 2,S'J(). 1'co.t. hi.'l(.HV .the said ���-Ui-rieovpry  Claini:,'.' '-;:'1 ���';.      '���'���'".' ";..':     !..'v';;    :'���;*.  > And wliereav.tho IJotnpativ.liave, siTicp 'tlio..  date. of. (Iitji-.said.i'ortiilpn're'^.flionhjii'iijilj'iii'fj-  ;iIn;.said water ri'inl  Wfttoi1 pownrtio thii pur,-  posck in't'iif' vitid eoi-J jiJi-aio' uienOoucd: '���' ''���:' !  -,-A'iid..' 'rJ-iiinreus .' tin;    Cunlpiuiy , ai-iv  (lv-;  -sjiroiirf . :U[   irvxioinliiiy ,. tjioir...   op-.-rathiii;;,  and,  .Willi     dial     ohjhc.t     in     view,:; did'  ;0,n ���j._,l,iitv...j,iifi.;. ���������.���day-,-/.- ol.,. Novcniher,; ,:,.t!J;p;:  ot)t:un:   from.   the     Watoi'1 .Coiiiuiissionei'  for tlio" A tl iii:. .Miiiiii;;-: I.Vi vision ���', of . 1110-:A t'' 11  ,1 listi-ief,.in tlio PriVviiici; of .I!ritisli   Colinn'r  hiiV, ii1 Water.'Kccoi-d���'Sit.'itii'i.f'o!*r!i'i('jnii iui.dtps;  Iof/��V"l'o'.r.i'',tNVi<p'-f"li��"-'.l'rH!!i'.SirrpW(.-o V"'f<-! '",';  tlio At Hi):  "ilininn- .'Division   a foresaid,   hiii.'Ii  Lwatei-'Vo ,l>9, (liverieil ut-tlii.''.f<.iMi;,ul' Surprise  l.iike.aforesdid, fi-oiii .'.Kiudi-^iirplus of w.aler  "it's  triayi 6i: ciit\~:In?  conserved oiv:ci'.oatO(l)b.i'  tlio.liiiitiliny iif.a.da'ni. iniru'sij .-.tlio 'oul lull, of  sucii lake at 1'iu head  (it   I'i no, Ci-celc ��� iiforor  SCI iit :-.?'::��� ��� '..lyj,--'.'.' ;.i,v;l.7':J .;,- i.'.', ���'"'���'/ ,-',-"���';;  ������.:.'A ml .vylici'fias  for   tin;- Ipurposi;  cil'.inaltiiif;'  'lilnKWato-V'to lKi.availaI)li!:.:irnilei;,.lhe,s!iid.i-c-(  cord, No...'l05/-;irt   will - ,1 in,-i hiiutissiUvy-Tor. the  CoiiijiahjvW.a(M|iiiri!,;'an'lyi'i)i-.llial, piii'iiosn;  .hay,-; entoreil inti), an , hu-roeiniint,, wi\h���.l.,-'M..-  R u li'n'er" I'i ii- the pii i-cli'iise,l'i-oiii hini of ii jio.r-,  tiorrfidyi-.ott'ii.!^^  descrilioii ii.s: eoniii.ieiicinir at n'.poiiiroii (lie  ;6iis.tci-ly���liiiiiiidary of:siiidll.nl, ;121)'foot f i-f.��iii  ���the,.novthroasl corner the roof; .t.henei), iuja  triie northerly dii-iictiou ahinj^- sail I: libiindr  ary.to the n6r.thron's>t..eornpr-thcroo'f; thenco  i-unniiifv '-ih'iii u-estei'ly'dii-'oclioii. iiIoiih; 't|ie  nowhuru'i boundary ��� :oly.said,'. lot.-j',180, ,foeti;.  t iinncaso'iitlu'ii-ly to the point of eoninience-  nien't'rilltf.nifenli,'.^uujV/oo'ntiiiiinuH; ;fhroe',;ai,id  i'oi,iy-fifllis'ncL'u^'.ihpr'c or less:';'      ������:.:*  .   ;   '  .And wliet-pas'it .will -be- necessary for the;  iwiii'lVosQ. afoi-osaid, foii.tUo .Cojiii'itiiiy Jtti,,acr,  (|iiii-e'by purchase or lindev the powci-s"cbii-  fcvf��U'liy;thb','{i.\\'iiter,':Cliii,iKes:,Go;iso  Act.'iSin,'--ii'iid the.;'I.and 'Claii.!jcs',;C<ihs61idii-r  UniY-Act; 1S07," (if sixte'eii acri-s.'iiioreior less,  'i.if.Uiat,, portion: of -l.tit; 2'i-r,,G-rqiip 1;. Gussiar  .Dlstr'i&t',;, IU-itisli';,C6luiiil)iav'''d:escribe<r: as  ��uiYuvu:n��Hi:v,!'.t-u.iiuii.it."kiuiv,;|i lifj,tlio north-:  v.-cst corner of i.o!i,'2ni-; thcnico.iilbns 'th'o.,  westerly .b.oundhr.y of ;s'aid;I.pt:2iiiii ilistanee,.  of three'..ir.iudrsd and ;iiinp't}--ilye:(8flS' fee.-.:  tiiC-neh.soiithiM'���'<.{&%'; "8 niin. 'cast, ina'giiotic.-  tIi.i-.BOf li.ii.ndrvd..ainl   n.i.ucty.-eis.ht .(8SS), feet;  [-isirjptGn ��� &. -Du~i��-,  MmHm  Discoverv.  -'���.;'OPR-N--D'A-Y-..:AND 'NIGHT:,  First-class Restaurant in connection  Hoaiiriiiarters fat- -Dixon's 'stnee..���  Water Clauses Consolidation  Act,?J897,"-and Amend-  ; ��� merit Arts. '  PljU-J-HKW (JKUTIKIOVCK  Ol* .I'm*. PlXi" ClICSK.  1 Pov.-iin Company, Li.MiTii!),.i.-.Niii-,nT.in.;  piiovisioNs. oi'  Skotios 'JO of V'aot I  OP-.'IHIi H,\BS).j\,f.-T. .-���'.���  *\'T7"l'n-'l'l'AS The Pino Creek Power Com-'  "> * puny, f.iiiiitcd, hr.-reii|iifl.or called "I he  C.'iiinpiiny," was on lho 2'Jlb day of Aiifriist.  l'.'.-l, ���rrnnled a eertillentc iinder.section .'V7 of  ji6rl--l of tlnv above named Act, for eei'tain  piirpnsi's, and was thereby empowered, to  c.u-i-y out ccrlaiii iiudcrtakintvs in lho snid  iN.-rtilieatn nieiilioiii.'d'.  An whereiis the (,'onipany hnveuomtriiolod  1 he works in said oi-.ntilii-nlo nimilioned:  And wlu;reas since Ihe date of the *aid eer-  tiileiit'o thu Company have acumrcd -vrater  i-ecords f.ir ;l,DIK) miner's inches of water to  be diverted from Piui-Cyeek, as iipocilled in  Ihe ijiiiil certillcate, lho said water records  hi-itijjf described as follows:-  1. Water Itucord No. 1!S, (irauted the.Mb  day of May, lil.'lO, to .1. M. Kiih'ncr, Tor S.tlOli  iiudies of water:  ���L AVainr Keeoni No. K, '{ranted lho .Zflth.  day of .Inly, lWlO, to. .1. M. Hull'iier. for 1.500  inches of water: '    , .  And-.vhereas the said Company, sinee the  date of lho said eortilii.-ato, have acituired,  through the purehaso of eort.Hia placer min-  in<; ground on fine Crook, Water Ueeovd  Xo. 02, for WW inches of water, H'i'antod Sep-  tonil)ci-,"19a0, to.'.J.T). lla'rrijjuii, N.Siiliin, U.  A. lianih'erl, and li. A. .laelcson, aiiurtciiaiit,  to said milling ground, which watur in to bo  ('ivcvtQd..at.a.inpi.ut-:.-^)OM,>;':'JI.0y- i"tt?J:;'J|ioy<?'.'.  t.li(nice,:iio.vtii07Vdcs;.,'r>'^,n.in.-'oast:iniiKi,ietie  bnQy.hJiudi-.Ml and 'eleven ...and , .ilve-t-cnths;  ,(in.">) feci; tiienetv.iiortlir-l-S^leK'- 5S n'lih.-ea.st.  iii'ih-Kuetit:.:i)niv'liaii5lvod:'.i,��iid''i\v.euty.-iiiiic and  'seven-tent!!:; (1211-7) fo;:t: .thencenorth-15 cle^.  ���i'i min; oiast magnetic two .hundred [200] i'oet;  thence iioi-th;;,liS dag. ���1-l.iii.in.'-.c!'!it nias.netic  one hundred 'and i'.-i-ry-foiir ' and ; seven.-:.  tenth's.; U-ii."i.,ieet.;.;.tliBi'u!(5. noyth 73 deg.UI.  niin. oast, nias-netie two hundred and uiiie-  ��� teen and h've-te.-itjis���[21fi..r��] fe��;f.'; theiiee.soiith  112 doy ;',:!. niin.. esust ni'a-i-notic one iiimdred  atullil'teen and iivi-temiis [115.5] foot; thenep.  north 7t.,de^..-U niin. east., man'uolie one hundred and" .ninety-seven aiid eis'ht'-tenths  (lfl.7.8].fact: thenco,-- uort h 57 t.lejr. 2,S inin..east  inititiiotio-ouo hundred .nnd lifty-tlii-ce and  iiye-tenthi 1158.5] feet to'.the oaaterly. boundary of said I'.ot:. 25-.1; thenco northerly alonir,  the 'easterly' boundary of said Lot 251 north  lii-'Uojf. UU.in'.u.-.westt.iiiatfnetic . live, hiiiidre'd  anil lifly-.-iovpn [557] feet: th��nce westerly'  aj.oii.i;- the northerly, bo li udary of said' Lot  25-1 to the point of commencement, said piece  or 'piircel' of, land contaiuiiiK. sixteen [iii]  neres of land liioro or less:;'       '. ���  'And whert'as in further pui-jiuaiice of tho  objects aforesaid, the Company did also apply for and obtain from.tiie .said WutoVCoin.--  jii'ssiotiuVoii' the 1st day of.X6veinber,.;190f).  an amendnient'to their|-said Water Record  i\'o. 8S, by niovine; the point of diversidu frojn  its pri.'sout. poiiitioh up to .the foot, of Sur-  priirtf Lake: '���; >��� .-, ���   ' * - ; '���  And whereas the Company have proiiarod  and 'iiltily filed a map or plaii showing the  works .which the Company are.now.operat-  iiif,V and the- dani and additional works  which the Company propose to construct  iindliiiild iiudaii tlio:,powers hereiiiat'lur.set  .oul:       . - ���-.-'.  .Now, therel'or.e, ,t hit,is to .certify, that; all  the snid matters havo been submitted to the  Lieutenant-Governor in Council for aptiroy-  al and that the said .iinilertnkin/j- is hereby  a|)]iroved as follows, that, is to say:  .1. The I'.eouisitioii by imrohase or under  power* conferred by the "Water: Clauses  Consolidation Act, 1M17," or' the "I.and  Clauses Coiisolidution Act, 1&U7," ol'.thac lior-  t-iou of Lot. ill'.), Group 1, Cassiar District,  described as i'oinnicuciu;r on the easterly  Ixjitinlury ofsaiil lot, at a point 128.feet froni  the iiortSi.-i'iist eor.nor of said lot; thence in a  true northerly direction nlonjjf said boundary to tho uonlh-oust cornor thereof; t houoe  rttiuiiiijv" in a westerly direction alone; the  northerly boundary of said, lot 88U feet;  thence 'southerly to the point of eomnience-  moiit. nsti.fi ������ foot, and .containing three und  "(iiir-lll'llm acres, mure or less: ,  2. 'I'lie aeiiuisitioh by pnrcliasi-or under  powers conferred by vli'o "i\'ater Clauses  Consolidation Act, LSloY' or the -'Land  Clauses t'.'ousolidnt ion Act, IS07," of that-portion of Lot 2,'il, Cri-oup 1, Ctnsiar District,  described as conui-.eneiiiH- at a point known  us tlie*iiorih-wfst ceirner of - hot 251: tinmen  alon;; t he Westerly boundary id' said lot 251 ii  distance of thren hundred and ninot.v-fivo  [8'.I.'i)'fe:M,; thwiice south (il dejj. !)' niin. etist  magnetic thrtii'' liuudred anil uinet-y-eiKht  [811.1] feet; thence north 07 dex. 53uiin.- uasl  inan-iietii! one hundred aiid eleven andllvo-  tenihs llli.r,| feet; iheuce north 15 deir- fiS  min. cant mas-uel-io one liuudred anil i.y.-oiity-  uiiie  and 'scveu-tonths  [I2H.71   feet;   theiieo  ll.0i'fli.:'5'-��lf%'X1-'SJU,0APIlStJilU'<l,ie!WJ:Ktl-,tU(l-:  kdred [200] foot; thoiico north' 08 dorr.'H' min,.  ; ciist   niu-.siiui.ic.onbt huiidi-ed and forty-four,  ,iind seven-teii'ths, l-tl.7,1'.;et.;:,,tho'��in..uo'rth 70  dc��.\ til in in.east 'niti^iioiiu two  hundred and  'nineteen and l!vp-teiithsl.'2l!).5.-.:f"ef:   thence  south 32 de;;. 88 niiii. east, magnetic title hini-'.''  .dfed.and1 (il'leen  and   live-tentli.s, 115*5, feet;  tiience "north 7-1  di'ir.' -II. initi.^east magnetic  one  hundred' aiid .niuoty-'soyou   and  i;i:���'ht-  I ii i'i t h s,. 1 !;7.8^. f Co ���'���';';' :.'< h.'n ��'?;'.u'"' l h:,'_ ,57 11c;'.'. 2!i '  ininy east   iimjriit'tif! one :)iuiidi'i��d":iud lii'ly-,  ithrbh-iiyij. livc-tentli'.^ -158.5, feet, tii, the east-: ,  erly liouiiilMry of snid ..'.lot, 251; thence north-.'.  ei'lyaloiifr't-lie eas.ti)i-ly buua-.lai-y'of'said lot;  25'j', jioi-tli28 ilfjjfi'OU in'ui". .wes,t ^.luistiiul'iir-dlvi;,-,  liiinilt-ed   anii: lifty::Seven, 557;.:feet:. tlionee  iv'<:wtor,l,v. al(iii'.ir ���: I jifi.-ji.oi'thvrl .>;.>;, bo,uii,du.r.y. of-  Said lot25l tot be. jin'iiil, iil'; eoiiiiiii(iiceiiu">ii| ;   ,  mi.iil piece or pai-cel :of dnnd eoniainiiiH'-SJX-:  teini, lli, aiM-e.s.'inlire in-loss: ... :..: .  ?'/:!,'���"'Tli'v'.-'ooiiiiiii'iiyJ'-'-nmy    consti-uei ., jroud.  ma'liitaiu a'dnin'-iit tins foot.of Surnyisc.Lake .  ii^'showu ou till! said' plan IIUmI as afoi-e>iVid,,'  and whicii.is,,h.iu-,eby:'in:iileiujiiu*,t,<if,i!iis.<jer-. :  I ilicatc,-toirolhoiv.yllh'isnehdthei'^additional:  .uiiil necossiiry,, wo.i'Uij'as: lire  pi-opcr for t Ins'  jMirj'iose .of   crt-at iui;-- andconsei-yiufi' at tin:  "i'o'Or. iif.-.SuVprisii.'-d.itUijH\foresaid :a*boily. iif!���.:.  -watei- iin:o>vi-ess'of, and u'ddit iimal to'the.ox-. .  .i.s'li'njv ll<iw of water inwi'l'ini!;',(h-eek:,*wh ich. .  .-.will'��� 'liiinIde ;tjjn;: Cohipaiiy at. all tiines to.di--:  vert-fi-'om  .Stii-prise.. Liilie pi- I'i tit: Cre.-k, 'as,',  jiurii]iit{!il.,hy;-tS'Wii(6r.,'rii(iMrd.4;uc!Xt. herein-,  lifter inentkiiied,   viz:���-:! ,5(1(1 inches of whter.  ih'iici!ord;iiicii w'it|t said' Watey   liecordiNo..;���'.  'i5;,2,(JU)i inches pf water, in ai;.ci.irdauc'tt .with   ,  'said Water,Ueooril  No'.'8S; 5i'rtViuehes:of \vat- ,  or,..'.in. accordance..with said  Water" Record.  **i* 52; ahd 5,01)0''.'inches of water  in accord-���  a'nce.witlisuid ..W'uter'lifiyord A'o; 105, ro.r >the.:  '  liiii-po.se  of  utilising tlie said water: .Pro-., i:  Videcl  that  not'ninj;- iii :tliis 'certiticate .eon-,  tiiined .shall  be  deemed, or epnaurued to in-.   '���  'any way alter or: amend: the  said \vatervro-V;::  eoi-ds.oi-;thi;,,'rii4-ht.s and [lowers of the Colli--;  '  pany thereunder:������ ������-.���':~i-.      ^ -���:']'. .'".-',-��� '������',���'���'"���"'  .-;;'���-1 ;,The 'Cpmiiany.- '.may., take ,. th'p water so;  divci-led- and   convey   it- throiis'h tin: (litoll;    .  -Lind'siphons ^construeted liy the Pinu .Creek  Power. Coin pniiy   im   the   north a ml south  sides of Pine Creek' iifore.said.vhei-eiuiiftor./'  called.:th's', -"Pino. Creek ,'Jiteh," and niay, at,.:  all times, und from time to time,'as thcysee .  ti.t, luovg the .ppBUiou.of .said; siphons-: pit bur.:.' ,.  up o.y.do.wn��� "tlio  ci-cek,;,aud may: liiaintaiii,    :':  e.k fend and.\\-ideii tile said" I'-'ine. Creek Diccli":  at and toany ���point-or. points within tlie iii-oii j ,-:';  hci-einaf ter.dcscr.i bed, and ^lnay.also. with in,.; \_  suidarna'construct and niaiiitaiu any and nil;  lilies ofpipo, itumo or other methodsof coii-;'  veyiuy water which may be doomed expe.di-.-  enti '���;' ,-.;::.:.,:>:.:...-,.'.;. .:.-:.:;;: ;',.......���-..-.,;;:..:;     ..-  5 ..The Gompi'.uy amy al.-jo .o.n.such torins us,-,.'.'  they  may  arrairs-e,' aeiiiiire    anil   use- tho ���  ditch on the.soutu,side   ot. p,inoCroak eon- : .';  struetcd t;ud aeuuired  by  the North Coliiiii-,  hiti>(Tuld iliniii.e; '���'Com'pany,' which is; shown,  on the plan hereinbefore referred to, herein-,  after, called   "The \ "s'li'i-tii Coliuhbia Diteh,"   ,.,'.  and .may.  ext;end_or cause; to. be ��:;tended,,  the said ditch  from ita'prcient. terminus to ,  any point on-,Si)rues.,Crook which the Com--  puny limy determine" and may at all times.  ohlarp;e," iiiiproveauil maintain,- or causa tho-  said ditch to lie  may use it foi-  Jiuted for,any and all  of the purposes of-the  Cohipaiiy:   . '' ':  ���: tl 'Thp.Conipauy may  ii.i'their  discretion .  at any time, and from tinio to time, discoii-.  tiiiue tlis use oi'ItheP.ine  Crei.-Iv J-'itchos. ro- -'  ferred to, and  may unuvcjvull tlie water .so ,  recorded - through .���-- tho ;��� North   Columbia :  Ditch ; biyt not,so as to.; inipair pr iute^'ero ���  With the rights of other parties under pVpv- ."y  iously.existing: records:.        ������-.:.-������-���'���-���.:������  ���7-Tlio area   within   which   the   Company ���  may carry, ou their, object io!' distributing-  water aud utilisiiifr or selliiiK- water poner  shall bo the block of- hind 'outlined 'on the ,  map whioii has been iiled as aforesaid, and.  marked ''Area of Distribution," and with-,  out. pre'udieo to thc;Kuiieruli!y of the, said:  description, the said area shall include allj  minim? properties owned or which, during,  the continuance of this eertilioato, may be,  owned or mined ou Pino Creek or its tribu-,  taries by,the North Columbia Gold,.Mining  Company and tlio Pino Creek Power Coui-  pany, l.iniited, tir either of thoni;  ."S The Company iii addition to all other .  powers which it may possess, shall.at all.  times uud from time to  time  be,authorised, '  and emiiowered to sell "or distribute the-  water which it.is authorised  to divert.from,  Surprise Lake or Pine Creek as aforosald to .  any,   person-  or   persons, within the area,  described on  said   map for any iiiiuiu;,', iu- .  diistrinl or power .iiurpoKos.whatRvor:'  9   The Company  may distribute  tho said.  water throughout the area aforesaid, either  by means of its pwn oJIieers and servants and.,  through the ditches and appliances doserib-,  odor, referred to.iu this curtilieate, or-may.  contract, with any other person  or. persons,,  and may enter into 'any scheme or- urrrine;t!--  mom. for   tho distribution  of water  w.hieh.  may   bo   doomed   expedient  or   desirable,.  including,   the  power to. lease nll,tho plant,.  ditches and appliances of  tho Company   to...  ���uu opcratine; eompuiiy:.  .Ill   Tlio Company may also apply, use audi-  sell llio.water roforrod to iu this certificate:  and thn power to be created theroby for any,  and  all  of  tlio  purposes- mentioned iu tho .  Memorandum   of; Association   of tho;suid.  Company;  ,  II   IMay construct uud maintt'.iu a heiUroelt..  Iluine  throiijrh   their own property or-, tho,,  proporty-of othor- persons,   subject, to  the.  rights of such other owners.  :   Dated this 2lith day of iNovt-mhor, littiti.  I''RI-;D'K.J. t'ULTON,  (122:5^       ClJerX'^Hie l''Mic.ut.ivi;.CoiincjJ.,  ��� lie u:iliiVK.e(l.-.uiuLyi.ipvovpd,' o.r-  ii- eonveylilir:-\\'iiter"to bedistri-;-  -���'fj  'yfj  ;:\<i  ..if I  ���\&

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