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 (' r  '  H  '" MAR'S.  &  VOf;. 26.  ATI.IN,   B.C.; SATURDAY.   FEBRUARY 15,^908.  NC. 4.1,8  TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting News  From Many Quarters.  ./ ��� ' '  [SPEUIAl, TO tIIH  CI.AIM.1    ���  Special Telegrams to th* Claim.  Teb.l3th.1900.   -,  Victoiia, B.C. :-  The Hon. McBride .has introduced a Bill to amend the Constitution by providing for a new Dcp-  ailment of Public Works.  The Bill also provides, for an increase ot the -sessional indemnity  fiom $800 to $1,200. The Bill  passed its second reading unopposed..  ' I--  Dr. Young has introduced a new  Civil Service Bill providing for competitive examinations aud a superannuation fund." ' ' ",:  Lisbon :-     ��� ,. '  The Republican leaders are" in  high spirits; they say, that, a republic is now a matter of only a few  mouths. They .will rnakefa change  of regime an issue in the coming  campaiu.  The country is staggering under  its foreign debt, and commerce is  almost paralysed.  Vancouver:���  Sixty four notices of application  for coal lands have heen filed since  January the 1st. The majority of  then::are for properties near Van-  comer.  Ottawa :-  The Vice Regal family is plunged into mourning again, which  they only discarded a month ago*  The Countess Morly, sister of  Her Excellency, died suddenly.  Vancouver :-  The Salvation Army will bring  its fust contingent of emigrants to  British. Columbia during the latter  part of ihe piesetit month.  The contingent numbers 400  people.  Vatulreuil, Que. :-  The buildings of The Standard  Explosive Company have been  wrecked by an explosion.  Nine were killed and many more  injured.  \&mm\  itesiqn!  Victoria, B.C. :-  It is understood that   Lieutenant  Govenor Dunsmuir will retire from  office at the end of the session, or  piohably before.  Much depends on ' the success o[  the Premier in preventing enquiry  into his actions for which the Opposition are pressing. ' -,  Beat*"  London :-  Tommy Bums knocked out Jack  1 >  Palmer, the English champion in  the foifrth-round.  . ,  The fight was one sided from the  start; Pahuerbeing beaten from the  moment he,entered the ring.  ���A' great fight is expected - when  Jem Roche meets. Burns in Dublin  on St. Patrick's Day. .     .      :   ,  The; Natal Act  . Victoria :-       - ....,-  The Natal Act has 'passed -it's  third-reading aud has beeir assented to. by Lieutenant Governor  Dunsinuir.   ���  Gig Smelter  for Skagway  According to " The Daily Alaskan ", the W.P.&.Y.Rly.Co..have  bought the Madley Smelter which  used to operate at Juneau.  This is an up to" date plant, has a  capacity of 300 tons per day and  gives employment to 100 men when  running at its best.  The Carnival at  ��� Discovery.  By our Atlin Correspondent.  On Saturday evening last a very  successful Carnival look place on  thc Discovery Rink which was very  tastefully decomted for the occasion  A goodly contingent was present  from Atlin, but not very many of  the Alliuites wore fancy costumes.  ��� The Judges, Messrs. Fraser, Sinclair, Machell and Pearse, had a  most unenviable task as so many  of the characters were really well  got up; however, they acquitted  themselves well, and their decisions  gave univeisal satisfacliumallhough  seveial of his friends were disap  pointed that " Thc Tiva Todd " did  not receive a special prize for his  truly   marvelous  impersonation  of  Mrs Langiry, the "Jersey Lily ."  The ��� following   were   the   prize  winners :���  ,  The best dressed lady -    .  Mrs Fetlierstonliaugli.     "Queen  ol Diamonds."   v ,   . ���  Best sustained'character'---  Mb Morrison ��� "Granny"  Special -  .Mis- Paul Fggert     "Red Riding  Hood" '  Best dressed gentleman -'  \ Sam Johnston     - "Kentucky  Colonel "     '*  Best sustained character-1  Win. Bock  Special -  B.G.NicoIl  Most comical -%  W.I-Iaddon'  '   Consolation -,  . R.Roxboiough  > Best dressed boy -  Clarence Fraser-  Monntain Hunter.. "      '���������'.-  Among other costumes,'tlie following were noticeable.  Miss Molyncaux,' "Spanish  Lady." '  " -A "' ���      -       '      ���'.  -Mi-JS Mackay "Hieland  Lassie."  '. Miss Stirling, .       "Tlie Cowboy  Gin.-''   " '."   ,  James Durie,  on Spruce."  ��� , ,      ,  W.Roxbomugh & J. Flynn  "Sons of the Empire."  "Cow Boy"  "Dutchman"  - "Fat Boy"  "Chinaman"  Rocky  '/Next morning  ' "Esquimaux"  "Squaw"  "Lily Lang try"  "Mexican"  "Fireman  R.Webster,  C.Bruce,  D.Todd,  S.K.kuffner,  G. Gould,  on Taku Central"  \V.Sweet,. , "Zouave"  H.Bruce, "Bashi Bazouk"  W.& 'Alicky'Eggert,      Clowns.  H. Pearse, "Tit-Bits"  B.Welch, "Sousu - a study  in black."  Capital music was provided during the whole evening by "Welch's  Baud" and the needs of the ' inner  man' were ably catered for by Mrs.  Gairns, whose Coffee and other refreshments left nothing to be desired.  The 4JJi. of July Mine.  An excellent property,owned  by a  ''stiver ' who will one  day make a  stake.  Tom Vaughan, one of the b^st of  old miners, - has single-handed,  done real good work this winter on  his'4th. of July mineral claims.  The new tunnel, on'the opposite  side of the creek to the old workings, is iu 3ft feet.  The ore is showing-up remarkably well.  Parties are expected from the  coast to inspect the property,   with  a view lo purchase.    A ' snap ' like  this is not to be missed!  Local and General News. ���  Mr. Boudreati, Sen. walked ,in  over the Fantail Trail last week.  Messrs.   George" Sinclair,   Fred..  Taylor and Jack Fox have finished  getting out logs,   and are  now in  Town/  Protect Your Eyes !  Coloured snow' glasses -50  cents  a pair at Bourne's.  " YOUNG    TROPHY."  Played last night -  Gilmore        -19 'Fraser ���'"    t  Mr. aud Mrs George Adams were  surprised at their home on McKee  Creek last Tuesday evening by a  few of their.Atlin friends whom Air  Sam Johnston kindly drove up. in  his bob-sled de luxe. ���  The Lake trail made excellent  going  and   all 'those, who   went,  thoroughly appreciated the outing..  1 ~  'Mfs(L. Schulz, and daughter,  arrived on last Tuesday's Stage.  Edition de Luxe, Illustrated ���  .   "Songs of a Sourdough"  $2.00,each at C.R.Bourne's.  Local tie si'S being crowded out  last week, \ve have to mention the  return of Capt. Bragg, the well  known Skipper of the Royal Mriil  Steam Ship 'Scotia',. who was accompanied by Alec McCiimmon .of  Sp'i uce Creek fame.  We have heard on excellent authority that Alec got married while  'down below' and that his wife will  be in on the first boat!!  Messrs. Reginald ;~B. Anderson,  and Richnrd Duulap, mushed in,  over the trail on Wednesday last.  They had been visiting Skagway  on business and pleasure combined.  Their report on Skagway's people  and hospitality, makes us all wish  for a trip.  Thc outcome of this, may be a  saw mill on \Vil.-:o:i Creek next  summer.  The patients in Hospital are all  doing well.  Mr. George Shirley is looking  more cheery than he did last week.  Mr. Murray has found an appetite.  Mr. E. Rosselli still retains his!  We hear there is a ' medicine '  Trust in Discovery, with the object  of keeping up the prices.  Like the laws of Canada, wc hate  Trusts with such an object.  It is fashionable just now, to fight  Trusts.  Mr. and Mrs George Adams and  Continued   Page   4  "���'"* -fl  1  \  Ji  -s   ���-   "W<  II  ' :' k��  - A  " ��� ���'ir  ���-'��� .vjl  hi'  '   ����.��!  m  [:f  m  Ml  m  ��&> r  i.v'  '*wf  ���I  hi  H  i  f.b'  itii  'VI  jiVJ  !s|'l  fwwasag  ����a����miMsn  msmmmmsmmmm *   I*��* Sj- -+1/.I4 f ^tvjn   tr'Asi  iJ ���v.  oOUk^LiNr  B. C,    SATURDAY,   FEBRUARY 15, 1908.  The Allin Claim,  HflE A TLIN CLAIM is*unLtsHr.D cvcny Saturday  monniNG.    mailed   trec  to   any   part of thc  WORLD    FOR   DO    CENTS     PER   MONTH;    $0.00    I'Cn  ViCar.     advertising natcss : (1.00 PER INCH EACH  (1    wtacriTionj heading notices. 2a cents a line.  *PCC1AL nates   on   application.  JOB PRINTING :  fttLL-HEAftS. POSTERS, VISITINO   CARDS  LETTER-HEADS, programmes,      etc., etc.  ORDERS   PROMPTLY   EXECUTED.  PRICES   MODERATE.  Tub Atlih Claim Publishing Co., Ltd.  W. P0I1LA.BD. GRAKT.       MASAGEIt-DIEEOTOH.  Minis Question.  How can we best forward - the  mining industry of the district?  This question, naturally, appeals  to all of us, for it is of paramount  importance to the pecuniary' welfare of everyone here.  Some people suggest, that - the  freight rates, should be lowered;  otheis,. that, we want more independent and enterprising' prospectors in the district; others, that, we  must attract capital to develop' the  mines; and, so 011!  With regard to the first suggestion, theW.P.&Y.Rly. Co., apparently, commands the situation; and,  it remains to'be proved, whether, a  reduction in the rates will be granted, in accordance with the request  lately submitted by our local Board  of Trade to the Company.  ...The other two suggestions might.,  in some measure, be put into action  by the uuited efforts of the people  dwelling in the district.  Of course, the first thing to do~is  to make these goldfields known, as  far and wide as possible; showing,  the advantages to be obtained by  persons coming here to operate in  mining business. Also, the extent  of the gold-belt; the facilities of  transportation; the cost of provisions, camp outfits, mining tools,  powder, lumber etc.; the accommodation of hotels; the capabilities  of the stores; the hospital, schools,  churches, ��� all, should be explained and made known through the  medium of the press> and by correspondence with mining acquaintances.  We are living in an advertising  and vociferous age; and to effectually attract the right sort of pros  pectors and capitalists to these fields,  it is absolutely necessary to loudly  proclaim the fact, that, the Allin  district covers a vast mining area of  enormous potential value!  Having, thus, heralded our mining wealth abroad; the problem  arises as to the best method ol introducing legitimate mining propositions to the investing public.  Hitherto, Atlin, has been unable  to congratulate herself upon the  general class of meu, posing as representatives of mining capital, who  have visited us; fortunately, how,  ever, we retain a few bright exceptions, and, these gentlemen deserve  all due credit for the faithful manner in whieh they have observed  their mining engagements.  To gain the confidence of genuine'mining men,,, it is   necessary to  avoid ^u^xSggeraiion .-as ' to -.value's etc.; let them sec for themselves  and take their samples; satisfy them  there is no flaw in the title. It' is  also well to avoid worrying the man'  of experience by "expressing one's  own opinions on 'the character -of  the ore aud-.couutr-y-rocks; whilst,'  his whole mind is intently occupied  in the examination of the property.  As a rule,, it is better onSy to answer questions; for many a promising deal has been spoilt by the owner of asinine talking too much.  Supposing, the mine to be proved  of high value, and, the expert's report satisfactory, - the confidence  of the investing public will be surely won; and the flotation ol mining-  companies would "quickly follow.  $15 Bounty for  Wolves.  **&MHft*&&*JM^  N.. O.' WHEELING  Groceries and Provisions  * 1 ' ' ' n  Fresii Fruit and Vegetables  ,   ',   ..'  Allways  on   Hand ' -  The Iron Store,  First Street.  $#&*4i***4Hf4****i^^  Under and by authority of' an  Order in Council passed on the 30th  of April 1907 which was-amended  on the 13th. of January 1908,. it is  provided that a Bounty of $2 will  be paid on every Coyote,-,$15.00 on  every Wolf, 'and $15.00. on. every  Pauther killed withiu'the Province.  Such bounty will - be paid on. a  certificate of a Justice of the Peace  that such animal was killed by the  person , claiming the bounty, and  that the skin of such animal "was  produced to him.  The Government Agent or other  official payiag the Bounty. shall  punch a hole in the left ear of the  animal, the hole to be not less than  one quarter of an inch in diameter;  and any such hole in any ear of  any skin shall disqualify any such  skin from the Bounty.  By Command.  Henry Esson Young.  Provincial Secretary.  POOL R06l����  GOOD STABLING  THE OOLD HOUSE  DISCOVERY, B. O. taaU  THE; DINING   ROOM   IS   UNDER' THE   SUPERVISION.   OF;  MRS.! ROXBOROUGH. :   GOOD SLEEPING ACCOMMODATION  ONLY THE BEST QUALITY OF   GOODS USED AT THE BAR  BAKERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL*  ' JOHN ROXBOROUGH, PROPRIETOR.  northern Brewing Company, DI  KoflRAD  WAWRECKA,   MANAGER.  Brewers  of Lager Beer  anu  Porter  '  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  Medal for bravery in  The following notice appears in  the "Gazette" :���  " His Majesty the King has been  pleased to institute a Medal, to be  called the Edward Medal, for courage in saving, or attempting to save  life in mines or quarries within his  Majesty's dominions, protectorates,  etc. The medal is to be of two  classes, aud may be bestowed on  persons of either sex and of any  nationality.  The act iu respect of which the  bestowal of the medal is recommended must have been performed  in or about a mine or quarry, and  either above or below ground; but  it is uot His Majesty's desire that  the medal should be given for rash  and injudicious attempts at saving  life, however gallant they may be;  as, for instance, in cases where  those who attempt to rescue have  themselves to be rescued by others,  and thus only aggravate the clanger.  The award of this medal will not  be in substitution far the  Albert  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  *&&*&&*  feMfeR*9*fe*��*>fe��****��*!^ KV^K  *>*��iftfc��!��5**;P:��i��Sfc��-*>  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  -���*���-  The Bar is supplied  with   none   but  the   best brands of Liquors  and Cigars.    First-class Billiard and Pool Tables.  ^;*sv<*v3tt<rawrra*s6*s��^#wtftf��  DIXON   &   SCHULZ.ilIProprietors.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT  CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAHS  IN   CONNECTION.  CASE GOODS A   SPECIALTY.  Corner Pearl and First Streets,  Atlin, B. C.  3,  V  lfl  ��� It  i'ffl  ,J 1 <0t   ;j  .ATLIN,   B.  C, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15,  iyo:  ��� >'..  Medal, but both medals will not be  bestowed iu respect of the same  action.  It is intended that the qualification for the Edward , Medal, although not so high as for the Albert  Medal, shall be of a high and exceptional order, and the^ grants will  therefore be reserved for such cases.  Applications for the medal will  be dealt with as they arise.  Curling News.  BETTER LATE THAN.NEVER.  It has come to our knowledge, indirectly, -that, the Discovery Curlers  ' have it in for us ' because we omit-  ��� tedsto print any report of the team  games played in Discovery, when  the home rinks had the best of it.  Not bei.ig able to be present ourselves, we "depended on receiving a  report from the Secretary of the  Discovery C.C.; and should have  been very pleased to have printed  any matter sent down about these  games, in which so much interest  is taken. This report never came  to hand; and the" news published this  week, was kindly supplied 'by the  Secretary of the'Atlin C.'C.  We are always pleased to Have  our mistakes pointed out to, us, aud  to take our medicine when we deserve it; but 'iu this case, do not  think it was coming to us. .  In the" last inter-town curling  match, which took place at Discovery on Saturday the 1st. inst., the  local players gained an, advantage  over the visitors from' Atlin as regards points, although it resulted  in a tie, counting by games, each  club winning two. The games resulted as follows :���  TO CO'NSOMPTSV  c  The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means,  after suffering for several years with  a severe lung affection, and that  dread disease Consumption, " is  anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure.  To those who desire it, he will  cheerfully send (free of charge) a  copy of the prescription used, which  they will find a cure for Consumption, Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchitis and all throat and lung  Maladies. He hopes all sufferers  will try his remedy, as it is invaluable. Those desiring the prescription, which will cost them nothing,  and may ' prove a blessing,. will  please address , '  i r  . Rev. Edward A. Wilson,  Brooklyn, N.Y.  ��� !Tfte Atlin meat market*   .  Certificate of Improvement.-  Cartmel  8 ���  Sweet            7  Fraser  11  Morrison       10  Webster  6  Nichol           9  Gilmore  5  Fetherston'gh  Adams and New York Mineral Claim  Situate in tbe Atlin Mining Division,Cnssi.ir  District. Whore located:- In Rainy Hollow.  TAKE NOTICE that I. M. J. O'Connor, Free  Miners Certificate No B1110S, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.'  And further taUo notice that action, under  section 37, must bo commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements , .  Dated this third day of November A.D.1007  M. 3. O'Connor.     .  J4   ��t '  JFJRiEWFI   DRESSED   MEATS  POULTRY OF ALL. KINDS, ON HAND,  tBW***ma*wm:***im******maammamnm**n***axMi^*mKU*T****umim***w^  % " l '  - - * - L. S c h u I ��.  MIL   HAMTtOK'  J-.AJ.IIEa    DU1UK.  tfi?   ttltg'0tt~fi4H'l.  DISCOVERY   B.   C.  i     [t The Bar Is Stocked with Choice Goods        "-.  -V        -    -,     First Class Diulng^Room In Connection.  ttEADQ.UATEfcS FOR  DIXON & ScHUXZ STAGE.*  %  Certificates of Improvement.  IO  Discovery thus gained 6 points  on the day's play, but Atlin still  leads by 22 points and has won two  games more than* Discovery so far.  On Saturday the -8th., a team  from Atlin, skipped by C. E. Gil-  more, played a picked team of Discovery Curlers skipped by R. D.  Fetherstonhaugh at the Discovery  Rink, before the Carnival, and the  match was a veritable battle of  giants, as the teams were composed  of some of the best curlers in the  respective towns; it was a , very  closely contested game, and result-'  ed in a win for Mr; Fetherstonhaugh by one point.  It was tlie first of three matches  to be played between these two  teams; the second of which will be  played on the Atlin Rink..today,  before the Carnival; where aud  when the third game will be played  ���has yet to be arranged. - An added  zest will be lent by the fact, that,  the losing team will be expected to  make a donation to the Hospital ���  let us hope, for the sake of charity,  that they both lose !  The first  mateh,   in the second  schedule for the " Young Trophy "  pliiyed Monday  the  3rd.,   resulted  as follows :���  Cartmel        19    Webster        4  Macklng    Bird       Mineral       Claim.  Situate in the Atlin Mining Division, Cassinr  District.      Where   located: ���In   Rainy  Hollow.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Joseph H. Chisel of  Hains Alaska.  Free Miner's Certificate Wo~. B11130  intend, 60 days from the date hereof, to  apply to thellmlng Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of  obtaining Crown Grant of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced befoie the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  \ Dated this second flay of OctoTSftr, ll fl 1907  Joseph H. Chisel.  N30 9t  The. second game, played last  Thursday, resulted in R. Webster  beating J. A. Fraser by 14 to 10.  Although not at all in sympathy  with " The Athletic Girl "as we  all know her; a, would be mannish,  absurdity; a distinctly novel, and  pleasing phase of this type surprised us on visiting the Atlin- Rink  the other evening.  A Curling Match was iu full  swing, each team having a young  lady in the lead!  We own to having been very  sceptical as to their ability, but,  after seeing the first' two 'stanes-'  come into position, exactly as asked  for ,by the Skips, we became interested, and watched to the finish.  The ladies did well, and -were  most energetic with the broom:  giving"them a little practice, the  men would have to look to - their  laurels, i .  - .  Fresh assortment , Lowney'-  creams and chocolate nuts at  C. R. Bourne.   -  >t��ves -and -Hardware!���  IRON  PIPING,' STEEL. AND   BAR IRON,    ,  .     -DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,   *���  GASOLINE. -,'-'' -     -  STEEL SHINGLES and CORRUGATED IRON.  T,  Storks in Atlin and Discovery.  egate  i)MHHH>HOH>��M>,Ht ��<SO��>�� ���������������������������������������������������C����^  fl. E. -BROWN1 & CO.  Saeccsssrs t. J. H. Richards*!)  "���LATEST .STYLES IN GENT'S FURNISHINGS -  DRY GOODS, CARPETS, HOUSE FURNISHINGS,  GOLD SEAL HIP GUM BOOTS AND SHOES,  . FULL LINE OF MINERS GLOVES AND MITTS.  Stores at atlin and discovery.  Cards, Posters and Hand Bills   &   &  ���  Executed Cheaply, Promptly and Satisfactorily.  THE CLAIM OFFICE.  On Saturday next, thc 15th. of February, at the Atlin  Skating Rink.  , ir1-  ���v   ���*  $  i  it  M  'A  ������'���f?-i  . _ll  1?  i  ���m  'Ml  i.  i  1-  I.  Iii'  if  (i  4-  J  I  m  1 ���A��_^~U iw~..-���-iwi  ', ATLIN, B. C.' SATURDAY ' FEBRUARY 15, 1908'.  L6c?J and General News.  The Temperatures for the  Week  Ending February the 14 th 190S.   ;  ,  max.  mm.  1st  6.0  -3  2nd  9-5  0  "3rd  6.0   '  ���7  '4th  -5  ���16  .   5th  -8,  ' -25      ,     ,  6th  -5  ' P--*4  7 th  -1  ���20  r Al. Toots are in Town today.  Last time George was here he  was very busy down at the Rink  learning"to navigate.  He said it was the first time that  he had ever had a skate on ! We  should'hate to doubt HIS word  but ��� '        ' "   ,1  The passengers on taday's Stage  were :���  Mrs Fenn, Andy Greer and his  brother aud Mr. Field."   '  - There  were   eighteen., sacks   of  mail.  ; WOMEN  STORM \  PARLIAMENT.  *    Scenes Unpreccntcd In Seven  Hundred Years of History  Witnessed in London,  The Houses of Parliament were  stormed by thousands of Suffragists  The police were attacked aud.  badly beaten.  Fourty four women were arrested.  Exchange.  Y  NOTICE.  Correspondence    must    reach<  this Office not later than midday,  Tuesday of each week, and shorty  Notices, not later  than  Thursday evenings.  m zm note  DISCOVKIIV,   n. c.  FirtST-CLASS DINING soon  GOOD CMSA.N ROOMS  ONLY   TUB   IIEST GOODS  USr.l) AT Till! li.VR.  ED.   SANDS,  Proprietor.  Ask at your Library for  The Love Story   of Giraldus.'  A  Romance of tlie Twelfth Century  BY  Alice Cunr.inghame.  For Sale By Tender.  Royal North West Mounted  Police stern   wheel   steamer   Vidette,  American bottom, now on the ways  at White Horse, Yukon Territory.  Particulars :���  Hull; Douglas fir throughout, 98  feet over all.  Beam, 18 feet over all.  -   Draft, 3 fecr.  Gross tonnage, 134.  ���   Net tonnage, 67.  Two- engines, r 60 KorSe porter  each; hon-condeuslug, 9 inch cylinders,'^ feet 3 inch stroke of piston."  Boiler, shell or flue type,   internally fired, made in 1905.  '"  House, cedar, 18 bunks.  Dining room, 14x11 and large  galley.  Also :��� <  '   Two   launches,    particular* "��f  which are as follows :���  iP Alco Vapor Launch, Jessie;  , Length over all, 50 feet.  Beam, jo feet 10 inches.  Draft, 3 feet 9 inches.  - Decked fore-and aft leaving cockpit 34 feet long.     Seating room for  20 people. '     ..       '.'"���-"  Frame, oat.  Sheeting, cedar.   -  Engines, Alco Vapor, ta h.p.  Single propellor. -      |  -   Fuel, coal oil."  Speed about  four miles  agaiiist  average current.  Alco Vapor Launch, Tagish,  Length over all, 28 feet.  .    Beam, 5 feet 6 inches. .  Draft, 3 feet.  Decked fore and aft leaving cockpit 16 feet. Seating room for S.  persons.        '  Frame, oak.  Sheeting, "cedar.  Engine, Alco Vapor, 7 h.p.  .Single propellor.  ��� ��� Fuel, coal oil-  Speed when engines are  In  jood  order, about 7 miles against  an average current.   '  Tenders to close at noon Monday  March i6th.- 1908. ���  The highest, or any tender, not  necessarily accepted.  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