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The Atlin Claim 1904-12-31

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 ,.:;-j.'-*.w��*ytfwwj*i,urtte.r.v,.iX*.vv7>-J!f��--.._-���-,.-.s.*.V S ^'.V-Ll.-��.���*'i.^-//j,-.--C -'-.!���'.--  i.i'-C'. \r^^<jii'.'rj.X!i;5','.,-~--vV',^:v.",.,-'-r'-v,-!-j .'-<-.: U  "-��"���  7J  "���^*~  .-\  Vvg\j.i:if./yo ^  .: jAf  ;������! 12 1805      -  VOL.  11.  ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY,     DECEMBER    31,     1904.  N(  In', the   Good   Old   Christmas  Time.  Grand "  Banquet.  Tlii.s has lx:en a very merry and  jolly Christmas-lime in Atlin, aud  til no place lias there been s;> mu- h  jollity and fun as at ..the Grand  Hotel, where, under the supervision  of Mr. and'Mrs. Wrong, assisted by  , a large and highly obliging stall',  things have gone as merrily as the  proverbial Marriage Bell.  The Spruce Creek Orchestra and  a numerous party of friends from  the various creeks, especially from  Spruce Creek> as, well as a goodly  contingent "fiom Discovery and  Atlin, have been, the guests of the  genial host. The rejoicings began  ou Sunday evening, when a sumptuous repast was set forth���all the  delicacies, both in season and out  of it, that the market provides,  were there in large quantities ; and  turkeys,���and big turkey's too,���  were imported   specially     for  the  . occasion. The tables were decorated very tastefully and the "tout  ensemble" reflects the greatest  credit on Mrs. Wrong aud her wil-  ��� ling assistants. It is needless to  remark that full justice was done  to the many good things set before  ' the company. . Charlie Hickman  acted as chairman, and in a short  but pithy speech proposed the  health of- the host, after which the  merry crowd adjourned, all agreeing that " Wrong was  all Right."  There was a sound of revelry by  night  And Cassiar's Capital had gathered them "'.  The festivities at the Grand Hotel  were continued on Monday evening, when a dance was given under  the auspices of the Spruce Creek  Orchestra.  Thu Orchestra deserves well of all  their ftiends, and that must mean  everyone in, the District-who has  even the slightest degree of "music  iu his soul"; that the musicians  aud their efforts lo -provide really  good music for the Camp are duly  appreciated was evinced by the vei y  kuge turn-out of the followers,  both of Terpsichore and Orpheus.  Rarely, if ever, has been seen  such a galaxy of youth and.beauty  as turned cut on Monday evening  and tripped on tlie "light fantastic"  till away on ��� far beyond the small  hours on Tuesday morning'-(we  won't give the" boys'" away, by  telling how far 011).  We regret not being able to "ive  a full description of the ladies'  costumes ; our reporter was given  particular instructions to attend to  this part of the " show," but he  pleads that ,he is only "a mere  man," and had to give' lip the attempt, as being far and away beyond his powers ; when ho heard cf  " itj au de Nile" and " Creme de  Chine" he had to quit ; had it been  "Creme   de   Menlhc,"   he   might  possibly have been able to do  justice to the subject.  It is needless to remark that the  music left nothing to be desired  and the floor was in capital condition.  About midnight, a tasty lunch  was served ; the guests duly -appreciated the dainty sandwiches  aud cakes,���if the quantity some of  them ate is any criterion of. the  quality of the goods.  Everybody was satisfied with  every detail of the evening's entertainment���can your reporter say  any more?  Christmas   at   the   Nugget.  A very merry party sat- down to  dinner at the Nugget Hotel, Discovery, on Sunday evening. Mrs.  Mitchell excelled herself in p'rovid-.  ing food for the inner man, so all  muse know how good it was ; she  is to be heartily congratulated on  the success of her efforts. Harry  Brown acted as chairman with Ben  JNicoll as "vice." Several guests  from Pine, Spruce aud Boulder  Creeks were present and they were  made to feel specially at home by  their Discovery friends. All of the  company enjoyed themselves immensely, the only regret being, as  pointedly expressed bj\ a visitor:-  "Too many good-things, in -one  day." Bob Jamieson and Jim  Johnson saw lo it that nothing was  wanting on their part to make  things go "merrily', merrily.'-'  Rosie's   Repast.  Those who had the good luck to  eat their Xmas dinner at the Kooteuay Hotel have no reason to regret  doing so, unless, perhaps, they suffered a touch of indigestion, lrom  partaking too heartily of the many  good things set before them.  Everybody knows Rosie and his  little way cf carrying to a success-  iul termination anything to which  he puts his hand, and Sunday's  dinner was no exception to the rule.  The tables fail ly groaned under the  weight of turkeys, geese, beet aud  other solids provided, while the  thirsty were not overlooked. , Mr.  Venn Tiolman, better known as  "Trotlie," acted in a very felicitous manner as chairman, while Mr.  J. D. Lumsden occupied the vice-  chair and kept those at his end of  the table in good humor. About  thirty guests were present, including a number from Boulder and  olher creeks. The only toasts were :  "The King"; "Our Visitors,"  which was-replied'lo iu well-chosen  words by Mr. Jas. Cullen, of Surprise City ; "Our Hosts," proposed  by the chairman,'drunk with High-  laud honois, and responded to by  Mr. Rosselli, oil behalf of Mr. McDonald and .himself. A hearty vote  of thanks was awarded lo Mr.  Chauiicey, the able .and willing  chef of the establishment, for his  share���bv no means a light one���  in   promoting  the  success  of  the  evening's entertainment.  Gus's Guests���A   Good  Time  at the  Russell    House.  Among the many festive gatherings at this season of the year, the  Christmas dinner, at the Russell  must be awaided a high place.  The eatables were all that could be  desired, and so also were the  " drinkables,"���a good- many bottles of- the sparkling wine, of sunny  France'were opened, to show that  the North loves the South. A  merry time was passed with speech  and song, and the entertainment  was all'too short. The genial host,  Gus-Briinich, and the Dixon Boys,  did all iu their power to give a good  time to their guests, among whom  were ��� Robert McKee, Bob Mc-  Lauchlin,. Billy Shaw, Dan Holland, Joe Hausell, Ross Fenn,  Angus ..McDonald and Andy  Duncan. -  Spruce Greek.  '[By Our Correspondent.]  . ...It is;.very pleasant to know that  Christmas,' to which we look forward with "such joyous anticipation,  ���from tlie little'child, who has bill v  learned' to'believe*in the. mythical  Santa Claus '. to the gray-haired  veteran whose many years of struggles and reverses have not served to  dispel the leeling of exhilaration  which the approach of Christinas  brings���does not belong to any one  nation, but that people of all nations may unite in celebrating this,  the greatest ��� of all holidays since  the beginning of the Christian era.  It is very probable that this feeling,  ���that no national infringement  was possible, that no persons, however sensitive, would be offended,  has had much to do in bringing  about the very pleasant Christmas  which has just passed, to the people  on Spruce Creek. Perfect harmony  seems to have existed in the united  effort of all to be happy and to help  their neighbors to that same blissful stale of existence.  From Discovery to the falls ou  Spruce Creek, no complaints of a  dull or iuintere'sting Christmas  have been heard and many happy  incidents reported.  Quite a number of the Spruce  Creek population, including tiie  Orchestra, spent Sunday in Atlin,  in response to the -invitation of the  manager of the Grand Hotel, to a  Christmasdiuner about which the  Atlin correspondent cannot say loo  much iu praise. A dinner was also  given at the boarding house or.  upper'Spruce, 'managed by Mrs.  Joe Clay, at which a number  of persons, besides those who daily  have the pleasure of testifying to  Mrs. Clay's ability as a cook, were  present.  On lower Spruce, a i'ew friends  were entertained  at   the   house .of  Sweet, Wasson and Fleming, at  which place, it-is safe to say, without authority, an enjoyable time  was had.  On Monday evening, almost the  entire population attended' the ball  given by the-Spruce Creek- Or-  chesrra at the Grand, in-Atlin.  some of whom have not yet returned to their respective " drifts,"  but will, 110 doubt, in the near  future.  Mining for the time being, has  been   laid aside and a general good  1 c  time is prevailing.  Santa Claus at Discovery.  The annual Christmas entertainment at Discovery, in connection  with the Presbyterian Church, was  held on Saturday, and was an unqualified success, owing in great  measure to the pains taken" by  Mesdames Rogers and Mobley and  Misses Smith and Stewart, in training the children, who carried out  the whole of the programme, of  which we subjoin a copy. .Special  mention may be made of the Tableaux Vivants and of the Patriotic  Exercises by the children. Re\. F.  Tnrkington acted efficiently as  chairman, and at the close of the  concert, Santa 'Claus "made his appearance in old-fashioned style aud  distributed a large variety of presents from the tree. After this, a  capital lunch was served to Old  Santa's numerous guests, including a large number from the vaii-  ous creeks, as well  as  from Atlin.  j'HOGHamme:  Hymn Amliciico  Mimical selection Spruce Crcelc Orchestra  Recitation  Robert Roxborousjrli  Soii^:, "I'riss Kinjile,"  The Children  Reeitutioi Charles, llruce  Tableau, " Rock of A;��es."  Soiif;- Winiiifreil Hen nett  Reci I at ion Hurry Moldy  Soiik. '���Christinas. Bolls,"  The Children  Tableaux, '* Shoet Music."  Recitation Wiiinii'red Hen nett  Son;;      Jcssio Anderson  Tableau, '��� Guarding-Angels."  Recitation '.. .Clyde Andcrs-on  Musical selections..Spruce Creek Orchestra  Patriotic exercises-  The Childron  Tableau.  Recitation Jessie Anilei-ooii  Soiiff, " Grooil Nierht," The Children  An  Apology.  We much regret that in the report of the Christmas Tree entertainment, in last week's issue, the  name of Miss Nellie Stables was  inadvertently omitted. Ker song,  "The Gift," was very sweetly  rendered aud was among the gems  of the evening.  The Rise and Fall.  Thelowest aiid highest temperatures recorded  for the week are as  follows:  Dec.  23 '2 below   ,.      S above  24 9 **��� below  25 16 '.  ���    .-' 10  '26   13 ' above  27   ���. 1.above   59  28  20  3��.  -58  5.5  10 Kyy yyysy~  :>"::���.  :fr;^.  P  ATLIN,1 ;b.;. C.i vSATURDAAt,''vDECEMBKRr:3fr i.i&&.:  U,&i  T*'!  :ie;;:At!i!i':Giaifiiv  1 Hi. Al UN CLAf i��l 10 punusHcorvcnY SAT'unoAY  '.'-"-���"      ���     --:- ���   .-:-  ������-���    ..:.'��������� :-..'-��� . --���  ..'(>.'.-. ���  .'.   . .  .   ..   Monr-iifjov    mailed    Fncr;   Yo   anv .-.paut..or;.the  would  Fori  aoi:''ccnto;. per  month :   1.5.00'   per  .-   ,vea;*v     AOVKn-ftair-o mates: $i.ori i-cii'ihcm each  ���'������"irisEmioH ; hcading moticcs, 2p cents a. line.  SPECIAL, flATES  O.N . APPLICATION.  .':;;���    '   ;:o;v pointing ^'; ���:���'���'';'.:'.v.;:  . felLL-M CADS.     '-;.'.'���"���''.'���   'POSTERS,        ;.    '    VISITINC   C AHDG.  \_GTT E Ft-H C A DC,. '..".     '/PnOGHAMMn's,    ���  ETC.,  ETC. ;  V ���;.:������    OHOEnS    PrtOMPTLY    nfc ECOTEO,  .      ,  ��� " ''���! '   '.���"������'���'  ..''PHICES'.MOOCt-ftT':.-   ',-.-'>'���-.--.  Godspeed ��� tlie Parting'  Guest.  '.'������Till! i\Ti,lN   CLAIM    l'Ulll.lSitlNG Ci).:  A..C>,l-l 111sc1i1hii.il, l'Hoi'iUKToii.���;,;:;.  .:'������'������'���" .'������.. .'..I'-AJIRS "SlMl'SONV JlANAOKttV  New'Yeat^s, Greetings.;  X^Tlie/'AtH^C  ;   ;::' bidsVatlieU,VT. ���':���:   ,1: V; .r^y;"-.^.'."  <:;, And,vin.;"its;; place;. lM'ight:;; greeting:  ��� .-:-:-'���'���': ../":':.^giv"es..'.tiie- liew^ ���.:"-'.:y.;-,'";'.V;'N"''.y-  vrCome' ou, .-.-jS'.c.W: YeariAviUiJibpein^  ,"y '" spire^bui-.J>reasts': y{ly^^y -;���-���'./;'  ' .Of thy 'rich, treasures, '-'give us -of  ;;y>::y^yyihyybest^y.?:-y :,>������;.''��� y^y V}y ���'' -'.���  ;i^:-A:tlinj -btir- erstwhile:: honie^;;iair  yyyy:;:;:. (Northern"i'jand, ���-':- y  ������'- -Jjriclasp:' to,.allvythy pTttight'closed  ' 's%:'y: "hand.:' " ;r,;;'���';:' V ���-..,"���',-'������: ':-y:':.. i'y'y;--  ��� .��� llewarcl tiite merit .in the coming  ::;.;:;,.������';��� ;year-.:; ;.'������ yjy:':yyyyy:l ::v :������:���"-='���'���'.":���  ^"Give health to;all���prosperity-and  ���������-'.; : >;; ���������-���; :ciiee.rVy;'y'',.^^  :;:, '���';"-'���'���;'"..';��� ������'.'���[���   ���'������"''��� '.' ':'--': :���'���:', .";'"-'" ~i;.;.c.''':  V Firefat-Discpyery.';;':Ht ;  ::\ y.:We;regretJo announce that about  ���v-.3.;'3'p';.'y'es'te'rcla'y;;n'i6rnih'g', fireybroke;  ,   out in the restaurant of tlie NuKsiet"  iHo'tei.! ^::':2Li;^;;''-^' .y: ;T ���';': ::'.h^]"-.  :,'.���'"..  Thanks to.,the; willing   help   ret:-"  ..tiered -by the ."'.'neighbours  aiicl. tlie  ��� fact that there..is'a well.iinhiediately  ;opposite llie building, the   lire^vvas  "confined   to   the,,restaurant, which'  .is situated iu an annex, i Consider-'  able damage was done -: to  the- fit-  ��� tings and to lh.e;suppiie3,yUie latter  ���: of which were ..the. property of Mrs.;  ��� Mitchell, who also lost a 'very yahi-  ��� able fur coat.;.';.. ;-;':     ".;-.���  "No insurance. ..���"���'   ������: ..; -  '���';;. A, very .pleasant feature of Mou-  ���claj'.-.s;' dance: "'at 'the -Grand 'Hotel  was the. presentation -to 'Mr: B. fi.  Mobei'ley, of the ���Canadian Bank/of  Commerce/;.; Mr;"vloberley. was:  presented..-;by.':ya. number of his  friends .with a very handsome- gold  watcliy -nugget: chaiiP and .charm,  and"cuff litiks.; ;l)r:,'Y6uugr M; P..  T.:i made.the presentation 'and read  Ihe."following address :: ; yyy ';..yy-. \  ;:,/���: ;,::,-" Alliii, B: vJ, IH'i. 2lltli,;l!llli. ���'..':  B.J^.yAIohoi'lcy, ICsii^; >:..,.^'; :'y[::-..-. :'.\:y  . ncrii-Hariii-y :^-Yoiii- l'i-|i;ii(is o 1". A i 1 i 11; si 11< 1  Discovery,-li'iivo liunrd :\vit:h iiuicli-.rc^i'et of.  'yoiir";'!'intention -of leaving thu.i District.  .While;: no i.loubl',.:.voiii-..cliniiu'o. in cans a vci'.i-  ninoli deserved .'jir'nniotioi'r iii' yiiur iirol'es-  sioiiiyet we rciU that, yoiii'.i?!|iii;|iui-i-ioiially.i.s  much of aloss to the community. ' :' ,  ' Ton liiivu'.bcoii." in A I Jin'-'long, euo'ii^li l'(ir  us to.learn 'your ti-lib.worth..-.not only from  ay:liusiiiej;j.: sttiiiil uoiut but;���' inyt li���>-.���'.IIuld (if,  'alhletius.r ;���':..:;,' ���;.;*<.(-[: '���::���:':: r '���,/!'..'  Wo havo found', you,. ahvii.vs.-riMiil.v; to (lo  youi-ysliui-c-.iiL |>i-omotin^ I lio-d,(;vel(i|iineii(.  oi! the'Cuinp, aiid. the. part."������'yoii-";'liiivrs tiiUcn  s'Cici.iUy; hii's- (lone iimeh ; to pi-oniotc linn  ;i-ciierul Koodfeelinf,' so essential to thu . oil'-'  joyment; of.life in the North..:.'',.���.'"��� '  We doiuit Avi.sh you tn leave us ivitluiiit;  "soine sinullvtolcen of .the KOiieiiiljippi eciiiT.  t ion of which you Vii-e held ''personally and  in liiisiuessV , Anil your I'l-ieuds, b.iith''in ..-\tliii,  and' Discovery.', ask you to accept this watch,  anil cliaiu iiud ciitl': linlcs, to remind you in.  Oit.Vs to coiuo of; your sojoiirn iii.the North..  Tliocliniiii heiiiffiiuiilebf Atlin;NiiV��-ets ami  inauufaotiii-ed here, willsei-vo us a reininder;  of whntywc .hope, will be,;to '.vou'.'pleusiiut-  remiiiise'oiiccs.'y'-.':.:���:':':':'.;'.:';���.-.���. ���;*������ u-. v. " "  , We \visly-(iu all innnnor of.prosperity, and  feel eoniident that intlie future your 'career  ���in your profession will lie a siicuessfii| one.  yon . leave  us  with much ��� rep-ret  on-;our  part,; but' with every  fjood wish/ for your  future: .;.-���"���  '���''::... '"'.-������::���'":���'"..���������:':������ ������,-.i',..'.i .'���','.*  i>i;j:ned (in be-half 6t\thc dpnors.-':    ;.    ':.'.:���-"���:  :-'���".:. .'.iiyyyy.yy-yiyy.^.;B. Young. .  '-:"'���' ���������:-.'.'���.���.;'���.:���';"-.*'-'-- ':%- ���V.T-'-'l.v:'."'':-���*-."S.  CKp'SS", '    "  ��� y^Aftery the: presentation,y'.c'clieers''  Avere--:,give'u^:fpr;--'the.yii.eci.pient^  lowed -liy' ihe singiug of:'.''"For -lie's  ci jolly "good :fello\y.'?;���'���������!''.Mr';'-Mbber-  ley'i in a, few words, thanked his  friends' lor their- kit'idness, stating  thatr-the three years": which he .had  IiassediirAtlitihad been'the happiest-years'of .his life." ������ .':y'.  faiffi^ii  ��� SMafoscrlhersl  yyf;tp:!Eene vi\  yJ -iioihs*''JBf'ii  .������'.'.���...   .���'���:.-'������,'''���'     ��� WiiysuNti'ouT wjikk you OAK;aEX,vri'nov)S as ciikai*-j'tEii'to?<������ y!; v    ���:,,   "^,:  ���     ;    .".-,'���".". , Atliri, Nuggot' and   Grape .Rings  n'ud. "'t; Ui'ids of. .Tewclry.xumu-  Theturcd..on the preimses. .'.       .<''���. ;������'',������ ������:',_������" ':'\ '���'-���-' '*������'��� '���:.'.'.''' '"������'������'������'  / l'iiie;y"*-(>w  Stock  of; Watches, ���������:Ciocks,''"J'evve!ry..7':iiii'd;y:DiBrn6nc!s''  ���y.'i'.y:.   Watches from $5.00 up.:        -'���'.���. -.-y-;':-;-   ,-'���-.���. '���,'���'������ ,'.:.''.'���.'.,., ." ���. ':'_ '���''������"���'������������  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted Chjnaj Scx.-'.'eci'JrySpooi-.s.  :y;;!;:;;:>>v:-\VATGHMAKERS  AT LI N   &.; pi S C O V E R Y.  -������ .: y���������������':: ������:^<5��:;:^:.'.j.Lr-^..:l -.  ._._____   y:':':::^  y:7*fHE'-yg.ATEST/xBNy^  ���v '^-y'.'��� y:-y^v'yvV' yy.7;'jK3"-";"^GoIc1.:-;:Sc��*I:' Gum ; %o6^y^y{yyy^y::\. '���:?':/:  yy Our'.Goods are "the'Best'and  eleyation:;.iiK.lhat :part::of: the'.iyro-!  vihee, being at tin elevation^of!2,3ob  feet above-sea level ;V ^A'bb^elliat' is  ---ALASKA ; ROUTE- SAJ I IMGS-  almost ���.���'aiviy.iuiiiene'tr'aljle,,', forest yof y-y ���y:-.-':y..-.--y--:y'jyi.x^y:y- ��� xh'.y-xyy.  scr;ub;alder.; ^'The'water sii pply;4  powerpurposesvisalmost;u.'^  Avhile : thexbtikine -River' is:, navi- ', y; V: v: y^y -i -   ..:��� :��� ��� ;-,- -.y,;.,.. :���       ���-'������.-���  gable;: t3:"rivery: steamers' for a lon<- le'tv��t g bkagway ..at ^yp..uu-,  "distance; ;--For-ypulpy-purposesy,the  Stikine: 'Vtilley/y^adjabeiity: to.-' the  International, libundary, ���offers e'x-  ���:eeptipr.ail.a'dyaiilages.'--^lJriiish':-C*ol-  luiribia I^umberhiaii^.-'!^^   ::rV  ;,v:y,y. .  *���'.;Anulr.,1::;y.[y.yy Jaii. "ioth -an-dy2.5tlu  "yFbr furth-er ihfbrmati'biiya'p^lV'.bey  iwi'iie.toy '^;.^Hy])^i)yKK;.'"Ageiit^i;,-v  'ij'V'P yy. ���;'��� ySkagway,: Alaskan,  "-See the Christinasystoc-kvCiLl'er-, -y^y;--M'AT-.iri'l'"?��������� ilfiWCMW^'^  Miies'.'ilir-Mrilr^iidjGo^  elc.,:at;C..'R. I'oiyrne's..  Provincial Mining- Association  \Arii-Viaye rc.cei.ved llic Report on  ; Proceedings cif: the.Secoiicl-Aii.uual  , 'Convention of -this Association.  The perusal of-.the'���������same will be  Tonnd to cor.taiu"vinuch'"'matter of  interest to our.niiniiig, coinmunity.  A ineeting- of the Atliu Branch  is shortly.-tp.be held. ''���'..        .;���. - : .  Tlie' au'l'ui'ai ��� membership" dues'  are: *Nliuit*.g .companies, $10.00 ;  all ether merabers, $1.00.  Coiiies of tiie .Constitution and  By-laws 111 ty hi had on application  to 'the''.-secretary. Capt'.' Hathoru,  al tht; Grand Hole!.  A/"'0. ,U.y W:  "���.v--: ;'   ���:    Officers.  ion  of  VMlmmMh  j\.:i:j.''.���I'isr;.'-'"!-".-.: G.  Tunnel ���������Surve  i?R5?*5?'  *^S*- &   *&���" *^.a  Pians.'cnd Speciliciilians for Stcc::i S'lovois o;;c!  Ilytlrr.ullc Plants oa 'application. ".  TH IS. WPX^L ,1S sTCrKEpyW 1TH  yyyrbis. \ez^Tof"WD:6DBy':;-'ry  -::';i ���:������' Sse:?c ylG^^cec^efyPrcf:.^  Dixon    6V .Schiti  Fropriscos-s-  The New Doctor.  t: ^    In conneciion - with cbUiining a  siilistilnte In, hike charge" of Dr.  Young's p.r.i'.'lice during hi-; absence at 'the I'.irlianieulary session  whicii .coi'.ii'.'.ciitts i'\:!)i uai v (jib,  thi; f.)'.l..;wii.g lelcgitiins have conic  am; :*���;!.c :  ��� -The aiin.unrineeling of. llic local  lodge, "of: Uie Ancient Gider of  United-Workmen was held on the  2S1I1; inst. in .the l,pclge . Room:'on;  Third Street, - at'.wh ich :Va yfair at-  ���tendau.ce-y-.?w.as. present. ., .Besides  other business"'of iiii'porlanceybein'g  dealt with,: the election r 'of. ofheers.  lor.-the year ".; 905 y was disposed of  with thefolkming resuils :.  Past   Master .-Workman,--Uro,, V.  W. Dowsing. ,.       .    ,y  M.asteryWorkman���Bro.r,\V-. Owc'ii.  Overseer���Bro. Dr. l-\'. ]���'..'Young.  Foreman��� -Bib. A. G. Hirschfelci.  Recorder���l'ro..Herbert Young.  Financier���-Bro..R. B. Audcrscp.   ":,  Receiver���-Bro. S. H.lMuinlie.  Represenlatii'.e'-to the Grand T,odge  '   ��� P. M. W. Bro! Herbert Ybuuir.'  |.;;::v^.:M;:.^-;WpOTS;:';:-^  \ .';;;"^,;CARRISTERr;AI^yAW., ���'-. ���"��'���  X ��� Has t'tilieu ii'n'cil'iice' nt I loom 1, 'CiohJ'. T  j,    lloii.se. :'.Uiscovt!i-yJ     (-'lice '������'���'. Hours��� .. ,'  ,.y .'.riies(l;i^'s, 'riiui-siin.vs uinl Sat urdnys. .:  i,     fi-.oni l> i(�� 8 |>. in. y \  .:��� y:'y{. Discovery.  OBKN^ DAY ANG' NIGIlT.  J-  GHRIS^HAM.:!..  F'l \i ST-CI. A SS: I-l I -S'lv A U RAN T,  ���:":'.'���''.".'. ���'���: . .; ���y.i'N,'' '��� '~;7'.y;y.y  ���'���'"���/..   .CG'NNHC'flON. ''/'" '���;-,':.  '-Hf:iil:itiiirU*:js   {'<.*.:* l.)i���\u:iV stjiuo.  '.":,.:;'}'.y' ��iS23^ie^e:'y���:;yyf::y  U@Aff  Convenient to Atiin or'-.Dipcbvct'y.     .  Notice to Dt!inqu?n- Oo-0v/ns-r. j  ' r-JOTiCE   OF   FORFFlTMRii-.    " I  On������aikl after the ���23.nl. ,;of April,  1904 and '".lu'til; further notice ;llie-  Ibllcjwing will.be the prices--of l.uui-  i)erv'   '^.,   ;  ���;' "     .;.���;������/. 'y ���;���:'.'. ': '������'-'"': '���:,;���;.  Rouglr, v.\i to <S inc!-.:cs,'^-i',o.. ���   .  <lo'        -<Ui:      51.  '.',,':   .    4^.y:u,:  ���  do .   ��� <i<) yy -i 2   . :.,        50.  .McUclied,.S5<').co  S.'I). $5.00 oi i).,!).$<->.- extra.  12'/. per cent discount will he ;il-  Timber   of   Northern' B.C.  rroni the su'rveybris'employed uii  To C. A. O01111 \ Hi) :-- V 011 uru iieivl.v.noU.  j lie I thiit, ilini.iir lliu .vn.-u-s l'.i'tll, lil.,2. liJ^-.'niii!  1U!'-I.  thi;   uiiilt i-si,,'uo:l   I,in   expfuuluil   inort l.lowed for CHSll  at lime of Oiclei'il! g  . tluii'ii?ltl!.llll In I.ihoi'mill iiiiiu-oi-iyiiicjitN I'liiil. J :      , '      '      .  ; .vmir. ii:fnt'.oiit!.-l nln.v.->, in tin* (..ioi.i) *-li'/.; 1  ' Alinrriil C'luiir, >.itiiist ��� '��� -' -i-.--" ������'!  ' I  in which iniiiiirr i-hiim .veil own un uiulivil;  luilfiiiti.M'1'i.t ns sliuivn liy '.lie initli'i-s- of loi'is   j  ti i:i  uutl   rccoi'il   in. in.,- .illinium  i-cu.'i-...-. ...  snid Dist rirt.  ,     I'hi; sniil liihiir wiis pi'i-roriueil  lis iinil.'fur  llicu 1111111I i'i-|>i'i:scntiitioii of sniil clitini foi-  Alinrriil C'luiir, >.itiiist ������ on thr ������vrsl  s!io:o o! '    A    , -5 ��� -y 1 7,-r  l.ultf Hennutt, hi thu Ciis.slur   I'i.;! 1 i.-t. 11. t;��� | rillll'l      i_OQP'G.     1\0.  : i.:..i....:..: ..1..:... :i:.,:i...  ', 'O  l&-  \ icW;i.;:. 1.-.'-.  II.   i',.   \'o .1.'.  Dr. Co'.-.ui-ll'.- w  , _'.U:1  i )i*C.   190.|.  British Cohiinl.'ia-. a;:'d   A  lean; that i:i   the   va'.U-vs  tu 2 '���'lioiiiuJary    Stifvev     'bs-lv.-oe'u , .  ' . : tluj yrnrs uhovu  tiiiutl ionrd   ns   i-..'tjuii'(j;l h.\  ll'.Ska,  we   tin: u iuin^. laws of  liritisli  (.��� iliimi.i;i. 11:111  ,^1].'..,^.,, ytiuit Slill'.tlll liiiinK' the uinoiiiit   roiiuirtMl to  ^,   ..  ���. ���.���'���'���        "'' 1 liohl sniil I'liiim for I'tu-li .vi-ur. v. '  lo til.* vbiikine  there is a'giowtli oi |   y���:, um f n-ihci- noiiliMi timt unh-ss nt or  ,'    \\    :;     \iVii- -���-  -''.n nee aud henilo.-k uu; i-.tallft: Co;-' ���"���"nmtiiu ��siiiriiiiiu. <.,( u:i ,\,ty< aiti-f th...  ���;]        '"    '   '.'    ' *'   ' ,   ' .....       .-,1.1 11 ��� ���        h'rat liiililiriitioii of t .lis notice .>-.>u  contriii-  ii ,-','���   '\il:u      \\ lie:: . s��'/-���'   :i':(1   unTenantabie   '.;i*.n!'!y  i:i i |.t,,.voi:i- proiior'.ln i uf such u.-ioeiutiiiin. ��..  sm  JI.. 1  Atlv'.-y  ClJII,it 1  1C  : 1 .-j !!���::���!.���:      ;\;���.���;.vcr.  ]���'. 1 c li a 1-* !>' Me!!;-::;>!-:.  an  lorn  is.    :\r.;iin-.i.;.    \ icici: ia :  ; : .v.:. p:'. A:ll 11' .I-l'.lil il'y 51'u.  >'.: O .'-;.!.s .'.. U..I '.; i'i : :  .il.lv' \\y::<::.  .-liner par: <;;  of tlie ^t'.'ikinj  ib:i   b:'iii'.'   tin.  tho ii.  feat!-, re  i;;i"i^i:  ,'.' ���>./ j>   *���*  ���v \.\v ������'(������'���.illi���'.. /s '  ���SS".'Sp>- ���:.-:  v.ftrv"Vt:'-.ii<bi---  <y*>yt.  I,  !};  jtiif.  i.:-_-j.-  I m ir.- Ill-; r ;!.��� th 1:1   the  i The timber line is at a nr.;  . eo.is!,  of li;is  *':-v.e of  f-ci ."...'ing  CM:.;.>'.io;i.  1 io.vei  meets second i>>;<\  davs 0'? ench mo:'*,  lor.rtli  !i, M fi  :rc  C'o-tlivi:oi', to wit: tlio Mini of :?::I>.I.IH!, tu-|  >..!,,.r with t!.o costs ��,r nilvui-tisi^Mhi. L])e A Q T; ���<,��� 1Jlo���k..,.,,;  ���Kitici.', yonr nit" rest. 111 tin- clinin will in-  forfeit ci lo tliL' iiiiilcrsi^iuxl (Jo-Oivui'i-, who  litis nun It- such cxpt-iulitr.rcuiul will linconic  his iii'oin.'i'l.v in till! iiiiiiiunr pi-oviili'il l.y l.iw  Diitml this Uru li dii.v nf August, l!i;:l.  H.' 11.  I'lillli.N.  lJ-lU-'U-l]  W-edrctt-  p. m., at  d St 1 eel.  cordiaib,-  Visiting   Biothers  invited to attcrd.  F. Vv. j.'owi.i.'-c,  ��� ���   Master Workman.  Ii. M.N. Woc-d;', Recort'ier, /���is  \ Requested  Suhscrip.  iars...  IVvvWWWt-i  At'TA'N, B. C, SATTJI-ODAY,  Df-lCEMBSVR 31,  v^-ii,  T  JL*1Lci*>     importers   'and   'Geratrai   ilVfci-char&i, _  Staple   and   fancy   Dry   Goods,  Ladies' and Geot's Felt SJippers.,  Ready-IVlad��   Clothing,,  "W�� carry a full lino of tire celebrated Gold Seal Rubbers and Overshoes  (UIO.l>i   Ilia.IVI'.llliJJ   i'HO.Ml'TI.Y  OX THK  CliliUICS.  .Ladies'   Underwear,  Men's   Untlerwsar,  Boots,   Shoes, Etc.  -iStTrkcsr-  5,  our stock'.of Ma-pic mn -raiicy urocenes  is 'larger than ever aud all at close cash prices.  /      Remember evetar .article we .sell we guarantee to be -first-class.  A. S. CROSS, mem  Dance.  A Ciiu.leralla Dance wtil begiveii  tonight in the Kooteuay Hall.,  under the auspices of the justly  famous Spruce Creek Orchestra.'  A large audience is looked for, today being Saturday. The dance  will cHiitueuce promptly tit .)*���  ������o'clock .'inr.1 terinin.ate tit U..30  ���sharp.'     He on tiine.  Stoves  -and   Hard ware -at prices  that can't bebcaten.���J. J). Dukik.  ���Dissolution of Partnership.  War News-  ������ Sh-anghiii, Dec. ?.0\\\~���A scjuad-  "roii of powerful cruisers, under the  ���com in ti ud of. Admiral K ami m lira,  ���has gone south to the China Sea to  meet the Russian Second Pacific  Squadron.  . ,-lNJiikden;���Apparently there is  little personal animosity toward the  Japanese amon-g the F,uropea,n Russians. The Russian reservist goes  out  to   fight  simply   because   the  , "Cmperor wills it, and takes little  interest in llic political events iu-  I'olvcd in the struggle.  Paris':���The international com-  -mission appointed lo inquire into  North Sea-- incident, met in the  Foreign   Office.    The   Commission  ' unanimously appointed Baron Von  ' Spi'iu-r   of   ike    Austro-Hwngarianij  Navy to he the fifth nteniber, com-lj  piloting  the' piel'cninary   organization, and then  adjourned until 9th  January.  ���SJ O'I'JCK   IS   IIKItKUV  '1111(1     llltlM'   .Illlllllll'.V  (ilVI'N Hint on  1st, lilCf., tho en-  |iiii'liii'i'shi|i liorotohrrn existing hetw ui'iij  I). (.'. Stewart, nin'l |.'. II. Mohley.. under the  linn .limn; of I**. II. Mohley & Co., Hniihlei  -(Jrei-li, will he dissolved hy nmt mil consent:  lilt.}.!* which dittc, nil account-, duo to, or  ���owiii^.h.v, said Ji.riu will .l.i> settle! iliy K. II.  Mohley.  I), G. KTKWAKT,  V. J.'. MOIII.KY.  lloiilitar Cceeli, Ktli Puu., 1X01.  The Atlin Market,Co., Ltd.  POULTRY  OP All "KIND'S, Dressed lo Order..  C.   J30EJ.K-ER.,   M-ana^er.  UKJ-jsoocjmI <����� m a^t*njjgjd j-asa- mcnm..wr.  ]\j-'0''TCK  IS  HKR'KKY GIVEN  that iippliciitinn will he ,mitilu to the  Parliament utt (Jaiiadn at its next .Suvsiou  for an Act to incorpuriito a Coiiiiitiny to he'  ���smiled tlie " Yiiiicouvur and Northern llritU'lii  Goliimhiii llailway foiiiptuo " wit li power  to eon.stritct a lino of standard or narrow  Hiuifre railway from mim point in the City  ���of Vaneouver in- snnir other eonvenieiit  point 011 the shore of liui-i-ai'd 1 nlet, theneei  -i' ii im' iijj: iu a westerly and northerly iliree-  tJon lo" tin*. ino.->t feasuhld route to the  Siiiiainish Valley, thence hy the most fcus-  .ihle route throujrh the Penihertoii .Meadows  to'iho Northern lmiinilar/- line of the- Province with v. brunch from some point on the  main line To lia-rkcrville ; anfi for a fls-  ehiration that Haiti .railway lino is f��r tilie  ���runortil advaiitnere of Cuuiida.  i��aid Rnilwiiy Company to have power to  purchase other Itauiway Charters and railway lines and to .sell, leads or otherwise  dispose of the whole or any portioni of its  railway lines to uu?- .wilier Kuilwuy Company, and all other usual powers granted to  ������[lilMjiy Companies.  l>ATI-:n at Yaneoii��r>r this 'ith day of l*e-  cuiri>ier- A- ").19!M.  HOW A III) J. "JKNCA.X.  of the Git.j- ot'Yaneoirvei- in British Co-  Jiij^ihia, Solicitor   for  the  Applicant*--.  The  ��*J->W>J>.**P  l>i^&&&^.i>^S>&fi&:&-S>:9&8>-.ff'&:��&rA  <*4:#i9!S&&.*&.'-*'4&3~4:��  run dintn*g-room is conducticd on s'iikj-ctly tikst-  CLASS   PRINCIPLES.  GOLD   ' I-lOTJSia  D1SCOVEHY,  -B.  C  Latest Nevrs.  \s  *      ST.RICTLY  I^LESI1   C'JLASS.  ���p  ���j  .JOE    ROSE,   Proprw.tor.  tiTArill     A=    M.I'VJ.ru V     IN     CUNNKC'I'IOX.  ���Manilla,   Dec.   26M1 : ���The   Pat  jaues   have  amhushed   an<l killed  - near Doiorcs, on ihe island of Su  "liarci, a   Lieutenant   and 37 men of |l patronage  the Thirty-eighth Company of N.-i-|j  live   Scouts.     Two .thousand Pat-J  janes, it is said, threaten tlie   lown:i'l^'"  of Doloies,    Li-eu't. Ahholt, who is.j I  '11 command of ihe  Scouts, has re-1  quested that aid l.eseni h.iin.  Worcester, Mass., Dec. 26th : ���  The Adams Express Company has  Lost neariiy a quarter of a million  ���dollars in a lire which developed at  Webster Junction cue of its cars on  the Uostou ami Albany Railroad  trains. The loss included $200,000  7u bit-.ik bonds and coupon bonds,  fn transit fruiw Tscw York to Ltesloj'!  banks.  San l'-i.incj.sco, Dec. 261I1-������Hal-:!  tlhig Nelson, ihe pugiiUt, applied  List night for a win'rant lor ihe  ar.est of 'i'ct.1 Murphy, who 5'.-ts  h-.eu his i:��. ma^er, a'legiiio that  M nt pliy lefi the ci'.y, t-iking wit 1  2iiin ^iio.noo^bijiii-.iui:*.. 1.0 Neli-on.  rBeg to annou'jvce  that they have n-e-ij  o]x;iied and are now  ready for lousiness.  They take this op-  noitcrnity to thank  their former patrou-s  ud respect fully solicit their furfher  Mrs* ffl. FEWN,  Proprietress.  HOTEJL  431XCW    nP.OT.H-.ERS,    Proprietors:  DiSCOViCRY,  Pool    &  Freighfnvg atid Tcamrng  Billiads,  Pre  ee.  Htors��s an<i Sleighs for Iflire.  g  i'<a�� *i  i^F  V.  TROTWAN,   iyianat-cr.  Corner Pearl <w*.'$ First Ste'eets, Atlin, B. C.  Tasty   meats,    ifin-e   U(p:ior.s,. good  cigars, and soft beds, make it a  pleasant home for all  travellers.  "��D.   SANDS,    Fraprieior  'FI.RST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IM   C.O.M.P*1 ECTIOT*".  tlfOrCEST WNES, LKJUtfilS AMI) CIGAKS CA'SE 'GOODS A ���Srt.CWLTV.  K.  BATHS  UAKUER  i.'  SHOP  S-iiia.DS &   I'HJ'Y   DUKlIAJI.  ie  OK  NOTICE.  ,\uw (icciii'i- -t lit':;   i,.'\\   ninirtei-s ntxt  Xu the Iniinh ol J'.. V A.. First Street,  l'liu hut li 1 (101.1-. (ire ('������ un 11.\ r.s p:ooil as loin  in   cities.    ������'!���:viitii 1-h.t rune-, lor liuliiir..  11 llic p.irties who look the cloth-ij  ing m-ii -Cii-'i-'iSsiiJias   ticnii.g   !r. 111 :i'  .c.illcr i:i Dlscov'.'iy, will iet'-ri;, ihe  same   to. the'. lVal'inoral   Hotel,   no  ijuesiions .will he'asked.  Ii '-Will   Pay  You  T.i s.iii'i! ���' 'J-'.il- .Cl-iim tii !.-(iik-  *i' -io.llls, illntrlll.l of ���Witi-jntr t'iii'-o  v>��riling��� 1-iVtiMti. Il i-Mii-u'voiirii tfi  .���'.'.hlisli iv.i.v v.i is' nil 'fit* prim1!-  p ii neivs oV i'.iis Distrh't. I'l-it-e,  to w-iy piirt of tlie uiirhl : Six  ii-(i.,l!;:<. >'J-" ' : o- i.'...v: f.r, >.r..'M  Lake View Group of Mineral  Claims.  .���":���: r.vri: is -i':i: A 11.is Minimi IIivi'Humh-  ��.:a ��� 1 ���.J; lii.s-ij.it'.'. < 0M-1-11 vis or '1 ill'.  I.AM-. VlKW, (jlf.VNII V.-I--.IV AMI I.Asr  Ciiam-i: ,\:iM.-,i:.'. I. C ' I- A J Ml-,. Wlllilll. Lues*...'I    JiKTMiil S  J',Ji:(j; ASH llir'.'l.lll.ll  r'j(i:i.'u;i. ,\.iii-!>i or )'im; <.'i;i.:-.k.  r Q i.\ !i!'   ,M!'l'-l'.!-)  tli".!   U .'I    !'���  Jiiinii'soii.  "���    a-j.'.Mill   ��' ir W. II    Jli'i'.vn, i-'ri'e .Miiirr's  CiM.tilU-.iii-.;  l.'.'i.Ml!', mill .1. M. l)o�� iiiiiw. Free  lliiif.rVCurti-licJiie I "A.i'JU iii.-i.) .lolm Ai'o.kIs,  .'l'l'i!   .\..lni:rV   (.'-.'J'tjlicate   i.l'.l.ii'.l:1.  intcnil.  li'j  ���il:i.vs.rr��>m d;;���(!; licrwi" touuiily totliu .Mini:���,.���-  Kccoi-de.!-  lor n CrrtlHctUu oJ-'luiijr.ivsiiiriit  I'cj' llm jmi-|-.i7if ��f olitii.it'-'ii'jr 11 t.'roivci ('r.r.it.|  (il'thf ahi.'-e gt nii|i.'.'' olti.'uis-  im.l f nrtliei-. j  tii Uu  I.-.J'. i-.'c. ih-iit, jK.-iJon.  uiiilur srution  :!". I  niitst In.- i:ojjim��ii<w!il   InJ'oi'e  thi! is.siiiuicf i:l"  m :i'h Cei-ii.'ii-iiti'ol' lin|ii-.;vti'.:ei:t.  ij.ili-'l nils -I2l'li iln.v of t)i:iolii:r. ID:-L  MK. .lAX'liCSl!:-"',  . 1 J". .U.i.l.   i:!J>..'J  CAPITAL    PAID    UP   $8,700,000.  H-iSl'IlV!',   S3,00.0,00a.  Blanches -of t?ae Baisk TU ieatt.e,  Saw fnaviGr'sco.  Poi'tlaTict.  Ska-grway, *e"tes  EiLCliafiQQ s&ld o."3 aW P&iss��s��  Oo:u) Dust Pur^iiahi'Ij���Assay -Oi-tici- in Cuknucimon.  D.   R'OSS, Manager.  "i  VANCOUVER  ENGINEERINt  VANt'IODVCR, D. C.  SPECIALISTS   IV*  iraiiiic -Miiiiiii  .HYnUAUf^C GIANTS,  i'Hn-t.1-1 .  jUviSTH,  r,A-RS..  ������s'Ti-Ki.  N'i1)'  W08KSf  achlsi  c\      \.j..J: 1 !.  ii-< a   i.   '.  ti.* -a-  V,.f  ���11  I'M  ���i'lvr.  CAPS.  MADE  TO-   'D-'t'CEAL.   "3">:5??CN.  fe?f  zzrLsi-CG   gszsJ,  ci-ii  1,  i  !  1  J.  i ,  I  3. !':W"y  7py^yyym?m..... V._,,,,_...!...,J,,,..... ,,,,,  *,%y%?W'v-  * l^iftViUW w^~>.  ii^ffi��*fe;;��isS^��sjSSfti  ':i^j|Tffi  :\l-:'v;.  J;/.;^/,-.:'".!  Iil3::--  :E=i  .��������� -  ..���'��� .������...'....:,.".,-.- "���..���        .   ' ���" ��� ; ��� ��� ������ ;��� ������. ���.' '���:'...  .':���      ���.'.-��� ',���'.��� ���    I  .  ���K/'E-EE'G: TO THANK'��� oaii" 'intaraiaroas' customefs; ana  !. y!7$   ,.������'"���'.;t' ������������'��� '. ':���.;������:������''::"-.^.'"'������;":V'.v-:':V"v:":- ���'..���:;'"���"���'���'-���"'":-;'���':���":������.';'���"���'.������';���>.���"';  "/'.;:���'.  iriencfo  fcr^tiie; patronage   aeceived duringythefp'ast  year,la>dt while"wisKing them\alla Happy and  Me-vVT' Year,;���'weVould solicit: a: continuance:^yQ  or the comitig year.. y"! .";'';'��� V;-.. yy'  :���'���;;;:.���������;, y-;-^-v',-':'''-; :���-,' ^v"'"  :;��� ���,;: y��� :y-v ������ Loc al  EvelitS*    ^''v;-��� yy.  "A young ma n >/.wlips<"'f initial isy'R.y  ' Wi\s watch in g-.-ti '.'scrap','t'i.ii his bar.,  -;   1: -He drew rather near ���������.������������      yyy;'.':  ���:,'!.:.:;���'Aild'v.'failii-cl::ty)"?get clear'~y'y'.J-y;  y.'��� y -Of a-blowithat he felt-.f>jvyy;'-:;-y  ���k'-'Q.lvif^:''Close.tp hhi'beltv-,':/"':    :'!���  ���'���i&rid'rhe.'''m  ~;'\'.310 it A-Ti ���:.-,? ;:..:vy .y";.y; ���/���-.,'/y'.yy.y'  'Iif ever ���you''ye:watchii^glai fight,,. ::.:;  ^:!eysurey,you ^don't gel.lioLlie light,  ������: y: ,y Of the :fis tof a'mtin' ���''������ y..'y:y:y:: /.a-;.  I y. 1 ,'\K*,'idnv. .they; call. '/-Soolivrui;";-  y Of :;y b u'v'tl p,; y 6 ut re y i n in' bad; plight. ���;  yy '���������':��� ���������;..       *- Taicu Tknnyson.. .;,  ;;.:!������'....-vTlrey:S'priiice.yy:Cr-e.ek..y Orchestra:  y.ilia^adjeerii. having, ut.fi neyti nip-of; it;;;  ��� :-HkiiieA timyyIe ft: tliei.rharjpyyhG.mes,;.  v^indhw: ;andi;.,M^  ��� -KilGiiell;: ,'11'uei-oliiwy,.tUia^ Iwiaife'. eijteE-  1 ��� &ioiii;d! in:^tlre-;eveuiirig: thw;Mi;., a n d-  j^i^JyC'umininvgvi- .'���aj3di;;yMn-..;J..5'M..;  .. JR ich arc!son :;^yWe.dii5tt3dlai5':;^irtailh|��i,:  a. party was-given: iiui.ilijeiinvlijaiiio"!'!!)'?-..  ���:^Mr:.!>;uid:-Mi's.-yE^  ���'.T-lrur.3:l-ay.:,.they  were''.t.ii^':'g\uasti'5i'fflit'  Mrs..  Heii!uiig���;,and,.���later  i'.in:'-. tlie  -'��� '���-"���.-���'   ���.���'-.    ���   ���������-������ *?."���������:���... D:    ���, ��� ��� ���,,.,.;  ;��\'euiiig,;;ol' '��� Mi-.; .-ajictl'-.-.-MrSi-.;- Jas-..  ��� .���Sia-ble3-..v'-:'I-Hy-laet,',as'.:lhe-;siong'say.Si;'  y"' They'vebeen fous-y hS-''the week.''''  ���''"  M~eD&>uald's   Grocery     makes  a  ���specialty of fresli, eggs and butter.  Solomohr,, iiv all 'his glory,, was  mot in it with- the Mayor of Surprise.  ���City llliis- week'..:' .        ;.::  . And they: siby" there's: uotliiiig-  doing in : Atlin at.'.���'-.present:���you  shoirl'd:���'��� have- been.' llvere. the last  few davs:..:.'.  yvJDcvti' t forget-, t1 ie da nee: to-nigh I  atyihe; Kpbtenaj' Hall..; v-'- ' '���:. yy :.  .'':." ���Difr'yoii notice.alve^Tnd.ihn yeo'ii-'  tiiigentaiubngythe" RubberSv'yc-ir  Monday'night':?. ���' -:') 1   ',; ;y'\.���.,��;���:;;��� 'yy--''''  y i ���!' at lis--r-Sat u relay 'ay b.i l ly���-a t ���;; the  O., ;K..^:lki,rber,-Shap,���r:75i ���'.cen'ts;^  :fo;c;wi.uter:-otiiy.;y; y ���:r-y.:.-^y-"'.  y: ,Bes-idesah.e ;vari��usy:teastS;ygLven  atil'ie.holel-s,: of: which ;;menti.an'.is  made; else\yhere^a -nu.mber r;ofy private-; (easts; were-lgiyeu.yy'.bothy on  XiiiasISiuiday and;;B6xU'ig Dayl.';���.-,  ;:ylvhe Provincial X,egislatiire meets.  'oulvebruai:}' o,.'flil ��� .Our genial 'mehi-  j^r/,:Dr.:Yp'.ii.u'g;:^  ;iiieiitsVtb;"a.ttehd the bpeniiig. -'  ���;N:e\v;;'Stoek. e;f:; Vai 1 cy:Caleudars  'ahdGhristinas Cards ;j,us-t,arrived.:  :-^C.?'R.::Bpiifiafi.;i*yy^'.'i.:''-:..y��;!;yy-:^  ��� 'The;; ��� i;G; r a u dy: Turkey's i 1 o of'; .at  tlie ��� Hri 1 f-VVay '���:Hotise y last;-Satur-  :d-l3'.-;tiu'ned. loutyaygreat;/ysuccess,.  Messrs.: Burke alud Mob-Ley were the;  most; successful .cpm-petitorsy 1 gaii?i-'  !ihg:2S; budso-iit ot^..y 7yy7y/i'y  y-r^Li'iyOlyrotVy from;;-;Gc>nsola.tibn  Ciieek; w'a s i ni: ts-wu ' this->wss-k 'an d  liiiiijpsts-.:; favorably on . the'rprogress  idf'ttllifi" work being, done.'-" He'" took  ;o.ii.t.a large o-uttit \vith   hciui'.��� yester-  ���day.. ���  He ,says-  Surprise; Lake "is  frozen   o-ve'r,, the  thickness- of tke  ice vary ing. from'- 6:-'tio,.-i.a iineh.es. ......  Any one wishing to see a few  silver fox skLnsj, also, black, bro.wn  and grizzl.e'y'.bear,, can do- so , by  visiting; Stables .and Liunsd.e'u"s  stpre.,' .--    '������;������       ���     ���������'.:.��� ���: y ���'������ .'������'.  .-"���" The-latest .iiiagaziiie^aiidl paipei-s  are always ou: hand at Pil.1jii.an.'is.   ,  yMr.. B;.. E. Molierley;.: of the:; Canadian. Bank of Commerce,.left for  "fl  We Wish &us��' fflu3mt?i'03!s Gustoencvs-  Aai;s��jAM::th��i:Pee>i3lG tcf::JiiSicB���-y:':.  ;&��M&Z,ESy:&y:B-&M^^  '^yx'yxy:xy3'7:y:yy-^:TBie'lronfStorcy  Oil aVd aftei-:Augtist;iist aiid'iintiifurtheiiioticej th'  !be:therates fbrv!ights;..accounts;c611ectibleymonthly;':vyy^  ,\EI^iCTRIG|^iGH^  8 G^dBc:Pti>w&gyJn&^  32  si  S.SQ  id  '���'*��:���  v^;:Al.l burned-out or; blackened lainps willbeVexchangedfqrnewio  free!of cliar^e^irbi'bijghtltoHhe^Company's'ofli  Hie'charged'Tor'at;-3p'centsyeach_.y;:;"'=y;c:s:^^^^  r^DERN-:StEAM;,LAUNDR^    ' W ASH HUNDLDS  Cot.-  LKCMD JcllELlviiBKD.  ^��yi:l|MC;  l:,^*!Tm-y  I  1  .'I.- '���.^.'L^^^:^!'y1^n,'''t,iKlt:^ Mou" ��� "Vancoiuiver yesterday morniu  diiy'o   ctauce ya-t   the  Grand, wafrai ' '  ;  g.reatfiuaiicial success,, cousidetcibly i  ������ftver S-iSo.oo being, realised bv the  -        :.-.-. ���:   ���������-���:���    ���������-:-: ....-...-.-_... [  .-sale ol tickets-and lh.e '''admissions''  taken at the door.  popular  gave   ;a  ; vSUvbles & Iv.uins<ien make a spe-  eialt-y of I'res-hi Kgg.saiid Bikter...'  ..'"What a day we've been   hav-  iing," was the  diirrn-al cry 6f the  , Orchesira  and.  many   others,,  this-  .past week.. ���  ������.-������ A-'leltCE-Avas- receM-'cd' the oiher  day from- Mr.. Joe.-Palmer, by c-ne  'icf his-irieiuls.here. J.ce'is in' S-a;-.  L-'i-anciscp, wl'.e'rc he is. having a  Ikiigiv oldti'ine. lie- iii.piitioiis that,  the llowers tir^- in- full blooiii, tiu.d-  desires to send best wishes to all his  ���trisuds iu the Caui|y.  -Mrs-... .Henning,,; our  restain'aut, proprietress,,  party anddance to a large' mimber  of her friends last. Thursdoy evening. The Spruce.Greek Orchestra  was iu attendance..  At'the biLliard tournaiBeht a:t"ihe  Kooteuay . Hotel,' this-week, Jas.  Durie beat E. L. PiLlmany��� D. Ross  beat J. Cuninaings ]. AL Spears beat  iDiui. Sullivan.; J, H. Richardson  beat II. Young.  ����  '��  ;ATr.ij",.'B. c.  ... (   ... ,, ,Jy,,.^l...... ���. ... v .��� ,v mffj^mK  SHELF AND  HEAV If  HARDWARE, :    ��&   i^^^iii^  Tin and Granite Ware,   ..'. .---^ra===��--5Ef^'''.  9/1 itiers' and Slacksn-.tths" Supplies,     Doors and Windows,  ;:'���- Fess^silesc's and F��sttress FaGiOB'yy   :...   .'  .6^  SMALL  ���MinitiQ*  N  ews.  No new business has bei-n transacted in the Recording Qfike during  the week.  ���W..i.l;l||:-A^yHBH^.-WH9^:^  ^;:?'i:i.i^UNi;i^.^;;;^  B&3EW&JES '0E''X&��E&1 BEEBi :"  AND    LARGE    ORDERS ^PROMPTLY    FILLED.  Kl i-"S  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL "IN THE NORTH.  1CVERYTHING CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  ISp'tO'ESate   'Re&t&zsraszt ita   Gostmection.  FRED   WRONG,   Manager.  ,        C0KNJ3K   "*1KST  AVKNU'ii  ANSI   DISCOVIiKY   STREKT,   A'l*LTN.  fcipiittiiia'~--s.FoI.Hv      V GisJ?'  MtTUM   CHEAP 'GASH -STORE*  IW FULL LINE OF- STAPLE .AND FANCY 0'R0CE.Ri;E3..  Jrloiir, Dais,  Chap   Feed,   Bran,   &c\,. lei  THE  Half-Way House  is a Iiavcn lor nil  L ti-uviillt'i-s. The meals  are fi'te-iiiilliiiir and  tlm l>rne��rM Jn th��  bin- its, refreshing as  tlio iluw of tlio early  moi-iiiiitf. An iiloal.  summer nnd winter'  resort.  JAMES  CLARK,  VKOr-lUE'L'OK...  I


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