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 ' '-L/*>!     ���'-��� ��� ���'���r^"~' "."Vv. -������  HIM  lV.'-V',Av,;':  m  ����  $4  #3��  "t     A  >--/..;>./;//./  j[^^:^:a;;:....-,^L;:;..:;.'^:^  ���/^/^/���/  :V*  IM  ,1:  i:'<'1'"��':'; ':'"/ '',yO,Lv-i:  ATUN,; 1L C/,; ^  N'  iW  <i>"��� ��.iC'.'   ���:i.-' - '���������.;���,.-: ,.���,,.;;  "{"������;;  / Getolbgy .and/,Minei;61cgy,.  l^s/f;  '���'. ?"���  *��**'  .���,i..i.'.'i  ���'���'���;'.>> Jwtraci.from/report. b}'.Mr/;J/.C.  ' Owilliin/bf llie/GauadiauGeological  : Survey,,' i'8t)9 '������";fl^lie Alliii clisi 1 ict  . i 11 :;��� gonera! .;,-, a p pearanee;/ sbine wliat'  > resembles ���-Kpplcmay,:;b'y>,- its ' north  ���and /south /iake'/system, -but/;/; the  .//lhbuulaih/uihg'es7are/ lessorugged;"  c/uppeanbg/as/^pv^  ;;r with wiile valleys/ or; ;low- slopes be-,  ^tAveeii^lvein.y'lMieL^greaterjHpprtipiiL,  ��� is readily;acc'essilMe.^:elthei-;:'.by. boat'  ���'��� or:jpack: animal;:-- -/bunch'-grass/ds  ���:���- abundant along/the'/upperJ.valle}'S.;  / ,;The;;geol^gica 1 :.Conditiohs^pf:r-;the;  .���< .District appear fayqrableitb'the���.'pror'  //ductibn:;bf//^  /'rocks; being ��� sandstones; quartzites  ;'��� ahd//maghesiah/jocks..' r;Areas/bf;  '/'granite'Pccur'rli'rpu'ghputyj'aiid other.  / intrusions of a more-basic cl.uiracter..  ^are^cpmmbivta'mpiigjvtlie^inore ap^  //ypareijtlyi// uiiiieriilized//"localilies.,  ''VPiiie.^Cree^^  ':';.', Spruce, ^'B6;ulderi^^Wright^:.-.I3irph:  // and; Otter 4 Greeks,- /together /'with  /:/McI-vee/"Creek/::are/:;at-4V^  /*'productive// gblcl- bearing ���;,'creeks^  ///Tliey/ilie/ii]//rb^  - /be/ V'-distinct /series.7:Rocks ''.of a.  ���:'������; slaty, 'or sehistose^afcvcter ;;a.re/hbt:  ���.cpmpoiiy.excep.tuig aboilt> Wright,  . / Otter aiul the upper .part "bf-Spriice;  Creeksr " The prevailing xocks are  -' of a;rather massivejfin'eTgraiiVeclap--  ���/ pearahce,; often   similar to' greeii-  ;   stpne;'    There   are   discoveries  of-  well-defined   fissure   veins- in  the  ���^/hilj.s/,east of '/Af-lin/   They usually  ./. .carry.'.the common sniphides of iron  j,-and vrlead,; togethervwith ui   small  '���'afn'b'unt of copper.   The vein-filling:  ���   is usually quartz, sometimes show-.  T^iiig native gold and crystals of ar-  J "gentiles. //These   veins   are   often  ���' / strong ahcl: weir mineralized ; with  ::;tlie/:l>ase '.sulphide's.;. //In / several  ;'>''plaais��^b;the-.south  of Allin .Lake  : ,E.dtsqeveries of native   copper   have  .���been located.    The mineral is found  : -along seams,, and':, disseminated'in a  / serpelitineisedrock.    Another mineral district lies  south   and  south-.'  ; JvesfopT.: Golden    Gate, 'oh   Taku  'Arm'/\-h'e, chief mineral   being   ga-  S'lfe-ti'a'.jiron and copper pyrites, grey-  copper and   native gold, usually in  veins of quartz."  Since the publication of the fore-  'going'report/several important dis-  '-coveries  have been made; and the  ' resuk    of   development    work   in  ...cpuirtz. mining    lias   proved   very  satisfactory.     It is  a   conservative  ��� statement,   that,   at  least  a  dozen  mineral' properties could  be  men-  '.' tioued, on 'which sufficient develop^  ;: ine.nl work has been   done  to 'Avar--  '"' ffiiit inspection by  mine operators  ,���-vyirlr a  view  to  the   flotation of  ,'   developing   syndicates   or  mining  companies.   .During  the past year,  assessment work has been recorded  on 78 mineral  claims.   .The', more  rapid progress of quartz mining is  now depending upon  the advent of  ;iiiiicliiuery,; wliiehv^with improved  niea ns; of-A ran sport, .will; ���sppir-Vexy  pose: I lie ^wealth, of gold ,:tsilv,er,-:.'c6'p.-;  per.;.'"leii'd -and otlier :mi'iieralscVde-i  posited aIjoutA11 is- J)ist'ricit.������;;   h_'���';,.. ..;  :,;... ,.^;-.;.-;-.;.: .Quartz [-Mmte^^hMi  ;;vLa\'ai;diere'?Gfbup;:^consisting of  five, claiins,s;fsituafe\/bn:;flie;aiorti]  bank .of���:Glacier;vGre.ek'-,'-!T,o.ry.)Iiiiet,;  ijiVcl ."clistuii t:Yiijo'ut'-;;';'3"i'r:iiiiiies';,' sb'uL.li-:  ���\vcsrfr6iiV-'''A-iliii;:.",':;',T^li.e:''le'd'geii.'m  te'r-is'V.Vr.Sb,:^  the "length of;. .tlieVproperty'/;. 2,56b  yards:'ilTheifstrike1 of iilietiedge^is;  northerly, - and dfps^b cleg.; westerly:  ;.Wpr.k :::it.uiineii:;88-: ft.-;-loiig-;:4 ft.  6^i,n.'^:,':\yid.e\'.':''','6;-;:ft.''.,;-'higli.^  gold,;;silyeV;aiKl copper:j/tAverage  assays ::;;^3:2:Obvper,:to'u;^  Layardiere Two j;Clai'ms;:'situate  on ;s6utlr.;e:.d; -pf-;Gopper;.: Island.  Work;;; Various reopen; V\euttiiigs,'  showing; 110 ti ye:������ copper. ^vJAV sp'eci-  , men, frpin; this, proper I}';' weighing  ;[6o')lbs.pf'^native:v'copper^was ex.-:  hibited- in-'the-bParis;E'ki:)'Psition of  ^;Big;GaiiybirGTpup':,ppAisis^  seven ������"claim's;^ ���sifuate^^pn^Fbur'th.  JulyiiAGreek, MistaiUjiabbut^lS^miles  ;i^N;:^^-pfr{Allini^T  :ip- to-oi2. 'fe wide'vpf ;:galeua Vpre,  There '"is ."ah ':easy!grade :;from'tlie  mine:-,to;);Atlin ^;Lake,'; by;::;rwhich  load'editrucks could be .run 'down  and ' :enipty -; trucks'.-;drawn '.v; up.  Work ::variousvsurface'cuttings exposing, the ledge; throughput the  property, aiKl'a tuuneli5'b'ft. lpng.  A's'sa'ys : $i'2'5.06' and'..upwards''per  ton;'������;... Ore on ! the dump, about '300  tons.-;  V.-'\C -;v';-;-:;.:';       ':;:���.���';;::--V;-,:-  iindlhere.issunicien.t.wbotl on: tlie  clainis for fuel a iiduni 11 i ug purposes.  ;:^S far Mouiitaiii; a lid- -High. ������i--\Qfe  GiainiS;:'!:Wbrk ^.various shafts ami  cuttings,.;.���/showing; extensioir;;of'  veiiis:ffroih: the- Lake View';.Group.  -; :;:White;:;Star;:;;.Group;:; pf :;;Uiree,  ;c]ainVs';:-'.:-;The;';le,dge:-,i's-.;;'5-vfeet -'iwi'd'e:.;  *strike>/Nv^ J Icleg:; \V:; dvpi j5;cleg:  S;;:;W.;; ;Altitiulevli,800 ;feet ;above  Surprise.Lake ; .iiearl)': 5,00b' above  seafilevel.;., AVork ; ";aiV ;-'open'-,"- drrive;  lhrough:;:;cbuutry .rbckv:J52; ft. long'  aird....;5^;'^^  Tunnelling.: 011 ':^veim:;;5S -l't:;;long,:'5;  'ft:i\vide; and:6^;ft. high-;;;:Mining:  ��,'86p',/;C.u^ic-y'-.fc  traces ,of; gold.;to high; values;"in'-'  gold;aiid;silver..j,,;T.he.co.untry rock.  is.- cpmposed of. ta 1 epse;, s 1 ates-,- inin-  eralised 'slates, .;argillites;;aiid ;'chiy  ���Slates; ;:'���'.���;-,-. ���������';'..': ;].";i.V,U;-,.;.^:;' -,/;.;:-: V/;;'; -;:;,  i-ilsabehand ^Barbara; ClaiiHS,:;^,No'v  ��� i.Vledge' is ;;.iop;;ft. ;wide:;:jvA;;:sur-  lace; crbss/cut-;exposes dhe ledger  ;A\;ttiiniel'-tb::tap the.'.'ledge ;at,;6p;ft.:  ,level-is,.;in course.'of ,construction::  ;:MiuiiVg:::.;:.i, E^^ubic.vft^/v^Nd^-a  ���ledge. /ris^;39/vft.;';;wide^JV,;:Surf:ice^  cuttings- expose;:,fhe;; ledge., ���;Miii-  i'ng;;:L; 2,pop^ubic;ftf%N  dedges-rare./; ���large;'i'':bp'diesy'-o'fv,-.fr'e'e-  ��� niiUingi'U6\v-,gracle:pr'e,-.vw,ith;.��i-;lcnd--'  eiicy to -increaseL'iii'vahie'Avitli'cleptli?.'  Lake Vie\\',Group of-three.claims;  tlie Slar Mountain Claim ; the High  Ore-Glaim ;- the yWliiteStar 'Group  of tinee claims/; the Isabella Claim;  and the/Barbartf:Claim/-are''.'situate'  on the eastern /slope of Boulder  M but 1 ta i 11,: -* be t ween B i r'clr ;v C reek  and Bpulcler Greek., They:are; ad-  joiniiig properties, cpyering an area  of about 500 acres. A good wagon  road' passes Within a' mile of the  prbperlies and,' good; pack trails  lead to ihe/camps.: ; ;     ���"  On the Lake View, there are two  parallel veins, traversing the property, about 400 ft! apart. The  lower, vein is from 3 to 4 ft. wide  and .the'.upper vein is 2 ft. 6 in.  wide.' Most of the ore is free milling. '.On the lower vein there are  two shafts, about 500 ft. apart ; one  is 35 ft. in depth and the other 27  fl. in depth. :A tunnel f'51 ft. long,  4 (t. 6 iu. wide and 6 ft. 6 in. high',  has been driven on the lower vein.  The strike of the vein is northeasterly and the dip 45 deg. northwesterly. The dump from the tunnel contains about 140 tons of ore.  The upper,-vein has been exposed  by several surface cultings. High  values have been obtained from  both veins.' A .small stream, crossing the property, furnishes enough  water to run a twenty-stamp mill,  -' ^Tlie/ mineral claims,-named": The  Gold/; Gpld , No'.' 2,: -.Sydney 'Fraction,, Bay View/; Homestead; 'Joe  IrvnigV'GpkrNo/ i. Gold Fra'ction/'  aiVcl Lake Shore Fraction, are situate near the Lake, on the north side  of Atlin' towhsite. ^All'tliese claims  have ledge matter1 running through  them. Onfour of the 'claims', visible, gold is found in 'the'surface  rock; and;increases in .-richness with  depth.���,-.-. Oiie ledge Is from' 6 to S ft.  wide.; the.strike is ^easterly-aiid "dip  northerly. Work :,/about 300 ft'.'  of tunneling and. shafting.. ������.Assays;:./ high: va'lues in'gold. ;;   ..���'"���"���;:"T'"  '���'-../Yellow'/"jacket': ;prp'perly/.; of ihe:  Nbri jr��� Go 1 uuibia; 'C.: M, ;Cp.', Lid/,Z;  is situate-on / Pine Greek/;./A con-/-  siderablej;anionnt/pf; prospecting /  and /develpping' hvork: :has.. beeii;:  done; including; a /shaft of. about;,.  100/'feet .111//depth/ /������.//'iMieT'ore/'is /'.;  milled; at; tlie/ "inii'ie,": 'by a;; 5-s lam |.> :..  baUery//and/very /high .values;; iii/  gblcl have.beeii.i"'ealized.//,.;//:;//;//r/;.  ;/ White: :Mbpse.Group i/cbiisisiiiig//  of- the-follb wing:-claihk: ;The/.Scl-//  ^     ������- .-;���;.--���-.-'.;.-.-.���    ' ������   ;:  attle;y:Suiirise,//'Sunset^/T^emploJ.:/;  livening Star, :/Wliite/;A'Ioose,,ahd;/;  :Moriu^ig-/Star./L:::T;lie^:propertyj;:is;i:  situate; birTaku Anh/yAVork; :;the//  .mine has'beehVdevelopecl :;by/abbiit.')  250 ft. of shafting 'and/tunneling.  .The/le^dgeis/^  ments pf;;brti have/givph/very/satis-;^  iaclbry;,resulls;;-���/:;/;;���:-;;:,/;:;;:/ -;/'/;'/';;-'//���---  :: Imperial, mine/:, consistingof four///  'claiui 3, ;;ki,b\vii;as/Liicky;Liyerpobl,//-���;'  Paris,  Kxhibitibu,/':;Nauaihib,:;:;;aiid/-.;;,  The/UnknPwii:: /Tlie location ispu',/;  /tlie south;.side of ,;.IylPnrp/M6uiilain//-��  aiid;; lying<:;;iiear;./tl.ieyToacl;^;leadiug;/.:'  v.fibin Atlin, --Gity/tb; Pine; ,City:;V: Tlie/;/  property' ���is//crown-grantecl;.to:Ahe/:i/  /owners.;;/.;; Nearly;';/allt,ycleA'elp;i)iiig;-//  /operations ^have/'beei'i/conliiiecl'-.. to;;: ;/���:  -.the/.main"'; lpde,/-wliich;;appears'������.t"o,-;,;,V  vtraverse :;tlie:/\vlible:;:fextent/; of;;; tlie /r;/  /prbp/erty :;/its/;geherai//direct  indicated��� liy'nuniefous surface ouIt/:  "crops/ "is^JiPrtli-east'atid'south-west:1"''-;1  There are other lodes known toex-;/  .istoirthe property; which give good; ;:';  prospects//The /main / vein .' aver-; ,'  ages 4 ft/ in  thickness ;;.it;, is/ com-;///  posed��� of-v.wliite. crysta 1lit:e   qusijt���/.,���:���;  and; is;/ matrixed/ in   dioritic'"/ and/ /  basaltic  country   rock.; ;the ; walls   /  are  well  defined, indicating a true-.-;  fissure' vein/. ;;Work :  coiisiderable/  develvpment has been done on the  propert}-/ and: ;the';veiu   effectually/;,  opened:up by. a series  pf cross-cut   ;'  /tunnels /and;   exploration    levels, ;;  thereby fully  testing   the:   value; of'  'the ore','which "has also been am pl}ri  demonstrated.; b\- numerous -.assays.,-; /  and/exhaustive ' mill   tests.    No. /f ,/  ���tunnel-has been run  about ;,2b / ��"t.v '/  intersecting .the .vein '���'about'..20'ft.,/  deep. 'Tlie 'reef here is rich in gold  j and gives v.al.ue's of $.100/00 aucl"up- /  wards per  ton.: From   this  cross:  /The   Big   Horn   Claims,   named  i'fi^in'g'/Eaa:l'e.''..a'ii.'cl/'Trlyi'n'g.' Eagle' cut a level'liasbeen drifted : on't he  Extension, are situate about ;3o! reef about 150.feet/in a south-west  miles west of -Atlin.    The .owners  have built 8^ miles of wagon road  to the property. .Work.- 40 fl. of  tuuiieling ,011 vein 2 ft. "wide,'and  30 ft. of -tunneling oh vein :o ft.  wide ; also various open drives and  cuttings to expose the lodes. -An"  arrastra has. beeii constiuclecl and  good values obtained iu gold and  silver. A dwelling-house stands  on the properly! Assessment work  valued at $2,500.  Rock  of, ages : located  011   l'ine  Creek.    Work: shaft   60 -ft.'deep,  direction.    About 250 tons   of ore  have been   taken   from   this   level;   /  giving results froin/$8.oo'. to S20.C0 '  per ton ;���.small ;'spccks of gold .may ���  l;e seen iu the quartz.    No. 2/tun-,' ,  nel has been run under the line of  ]\o.   c   tunnel,   ami   about   100 -ft.  .  lower down   the, hillside : it  inter- ,  sects   the   reef' at   1 13 ft. from ll:e /  mout'n.     A level has been   run -.'.u  the reef about  40   feet, in a southwest direction.    The   value   of the  ore, where the tunnel cuts the reef,  is $32.00 per ton, and as  the  level ,  proceeds   the    values- incrciKc-.'o,'.'  $100.00 per ton.    On the right side,  of   the   tunnel,   another  level   has  been extended on the reef about i/o  from the boUom of which a cross-j ft, uprth-easl. Samples taken from  cut is driven 7 ft., striking the j this level assayed S32.00 pier ton.  hanging wall of ledge ; a drift, 60 A test shipment of two tons demou-  b   b ' strated the gold values to be $25.00  ft. long, running down stream on  this level, and a drift, 30 ft. long,  running up stream on the 30 ft.  level. 'Ihe.ledge is 14 ft. wide. I't  is low-grade ore with' extremely  rich patches.- A sample shipment  ot'3;'J tons yielded $49-97 Per ton  of ore. '-.'''   .'���"  rer ton of 2,000 lbs. There  from 2,500 to 3,000 tons of similar  ore in sight now, ready to be broken  down and milled. This mine commands unusual facilities for economical working, and there is ample-  water power in ��� proximity to the  property.  [TO   I:!'. CCtSTI.NUBLi Mi.Vr  V.r.I'S. '��� "**��.-. 'fa'S  ATUM,    B.    C.,    SATURDAY.    FEBRUARY    ii-. --1905  i'i  The Atlin Claim.  (lib AjL*!h CLAIM is nunusticn cvcnv EATunn^v  MonriiNc. MAU.cn rncc to any p*nr or the  woilo ron 30 cruTo pcii month; *a.oo Pen  viAR, novciinsiNT, nATce : ti.oo r��cn inch cach  iNsr.nv.n n ;  ncAOiric notices, so'centg a line  SPfCir.i    HATCS    ON    PF��LI CATION,  JOIi PRINTING :  &ILL-HEADS, POST Cns, VISITING    CAM OS  kCTTHH-HEAOG, PROOIIAMMCS,        ETC.,   HTC.  OP*DCn3    PHOMPTLV    EXECUTED.  Organization   in   Atiin  ot  Lodge.''  M  asonu  Brotherly   Love   RelieT ^and   Truth,  the   Fundamental   Principles  of   Masonry.  Vi  u  imarie  ioods  (.Rices   MoncnATC.  Thk Ati,in Claim   Puhi.isiunc; Co.  A. 0. IllHSCHI-T.l.l). Puoi'Hin-ioii.  ���lAMKS SlMl'HON,  MaNAOUI!.  The  Board   of    Trade  'Its Work.  and  The last quarterly general meeting of the Atlin District Board of  Trade for the past year was held  in the Gourt House, Thursday",  9th inst.  Reports presented from the Council showed that a considerable  amount of work had been taken up  during tlie month of January in the  immediate and ^future interests of  the District and brought before  both the Provincial and Dominion  Governments.  Amongst these may be mentioned : "The matter of a resident  County Court Judge," "The depression of the lumber and shingle  industry in lower British' Columbia," '! The construction of a wagon road to the Coast via Taku  Inlet, forming another outlet to this  District," "The laying of sidewalks  in the town itself," "A vault (fire  proof) for the Government/'Build'-'  ing," and "A special grant towards  the l'"ire Department and lighting  the'streets."  Considerable discussion was held  on the question of the " write up "  asked for by the White Pass Go. on  the District.    The article is limited  to 1,000 words, which is  to  be inserted in the White Pass Folder for  1905.    It is impossible to do justice  to any one of the industries   of the  Gamp, let alone the Camp  in   general  iu  so short a space, and some  opinion   was   expressed   that   the  ���White   P.ass  Co., being  in   possession of the information compiled by  the Board on the resources   of the  District, last  September, that they  might gather Ihe 1,000 word "write  up"   from  that.  Finally, a  better  course was   adopted : that  if anything was to be put  iu  the   White  Pass Folder, Allin   had   better prepare the article herself.  With a view of doing justice to  Discovery and the Creeks in the  matter of the discussion of the proposed wagon road  via   Taku Inlet,  The organization   of a' Masonic  Lodge, which   has been under consideration   for   some   time,  has, wc  understand, obtained such defiuile-  ncss that   in   a   very short  time it  will be  an   accomplished rfact.    A  certain   number-of .local  brethren  have secured'a   dispensation   from  the   Grand  Lodge  of   British   Columbia, and   as  soon as certain requisite paraphernalia, which is now  enroute from   Toronto, arrives, the  Brethren of the "Mystic Tie" will  be   ready   to   welcome   all   worthy  members of this most  ancient and.  honorable   craft    to   their    Lodge  home and to receive' all who would  see light in due   and   ancient   form  and who prove themselves- worthy  of such   honor.    This   Lodge  will  meet  in   the   A.   6.   U.- W.  Hall,  which. ;is. now   undergoing-   some  changes and embellishments which,,  when   completed, .'.will  render  it a  very neat   and  comfortable  Lodge  home. I'  , .We wish them every success and  trust that the material receivedinto  and for the intended structure may  besii'ch as.to'render it perfect iu its  parts and honorable to the builders'?  So   IUGTK' IT   BE. ��� "  ���Why hk,nu out wins you can oet uuoos as uhsai'iiuiik?  Atlin, Nugget.and   Grape  Rings aial ���� kinds ol Jewclrj- ronmi-  'faetured 011 the premises.n        '  Kino  Now  Stock.of   W��tch��s,  Clocks,  Jewelry, nrol   Diamond*  Watches from $5.0(1 up.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons.  JULES EGGERT k SON, atmn and discovkry,  WATCHMAKERS, AMD   MANUFACTURING  JEWELERS.  J.   H.   RICHAttDSON,  ATLIN   4.    DISCOVERY.  Full Line of Clothing Just From ��� the" East  THE   LATEST  STYLES  Complete Stock of Dry Goods     ';]:;-:..-  THE    LATEST    IN     HATS.     BOOTS     AND      SHOES*  LATEST    IN     HATS,  '    Cmr-    Gold    Seal  BOOTS     AND  Gum   Boots.  Our Goods are the Best and Our Prices the Lowest.  The Rise and Fall.  A Happy Nigh l at Discovery.  Th  e lowest and high  est teiapera-  tures  reeci  ded for the  week are as  lollows:  -  Feb.  3  21 below  6 below  4  9  7 above  5  12 above  6  6  ���  6- below  4,  ���7    ���  IO  a  S  IS  6  9    .  24  12  IO  20  9  It Will   Pay You  To   send   "The   Claim"   to   your  friends,   instead   of   loosing time  writing: letters.    It endeavours to  ��� -publish every week nil the prinoi-  piil'tiaus of this District.   Price,  ...   ���, ���-. to   any .part   of   the world :   Six-  ' nio!itlis,..?2.ri0 ; oneVear. S5.U0. ii:- -  **  Does It; Pay  To Advertise ?  why!. '..:.;';  Of Course   ������*���  It Does.  ��� It is a safe proposition to avoid  the'man who does not'advertise. If  lieis-not progressive in advertising  yo'u may be sure he;is not up to date  ur'what he sells.-  it was suggested that Discovery  should-be urged to call a meeting of  the miners and residents in the  town at an early date for that purpose. The gentlemen who have  taken the trouble to collect the information and likely course the  road would take, are prepared to  attend and lend all help to make  the work harmonious and successful. . .     .  This is something in which the  individual miner and citizen is vitally' interested, more so than the  store-keepers or the mining com-"  panies. '��� ",  The Chamber of Commerce of  Juneau has been communicated  with and we expect to shortly hear  what Juneau will do in the matter.  As anticipated, the success attending ihe carnival at Discovery  Skating Rink 'last"Saturday was  most gratifying and ihe managers  are to be congratulated on the issue  of their efforts. The attendance  was large���the people of Atliu'and'  the creeks being well represented.  Among the skaters were ��� many  clothed in' strange and curious costumes, among whom were recognized the following :  SAMK. CSHAPACTEU.  Mrs. EfHicrl Tolio-r^au Girl  Mrs. Stables Shepherdess  Mrs. Ueimiug Housemaid  Mrs. Moblev / t���... i:��i;,ri.i    ���     o,  .Miss Smith    i Iwo '"hi Girls ���. Blue  Miss.Josie Doclker  Maple Leaf Girl'  Miss Hcrtliu Doelker, '. Aiuoi lean Girl  liusjeiio-Peats Johnny Hull  Prank ilil'ler .' ;. .Clown  Ren N'iehol :...-.UiiultiiiH: Itroucho Man  Harry llruwn Nitfjfiir Dudo  Harry Moliluy .":... Indian Chief  Hurry Mi-nee Hottentot Hoy  Harry Costi^im Little NijMrer  Unrl Anderson Sailor Hoy  Cliarlie Hruce Scotch l.adclie  Pii/.es were awarded lo the following : Mrs. Stable*, Miss Josie  Doelker, Harry Brown and Harry  Hruce.  R.  R. Co.  ���ALASKA   ROUTE   SAIIINGS ���  The following Sailings are announced for the month of Feb..,  leaving Skagway at 8 p. m.:   .  "Amur,"    '.    Feb. ioth and 25th  -For further information, apply 01  write to        H. B. Dunn, Agent,.  Skagway. Alaska  J. W.fflcFarlaiie,C.E.  A/ruN. 33.  C.  Tunnel Survey, $15*  Plans and Specifications (or Steaa Shovels end  Hydraulic Plants on application.  . E. M. N. WOODS,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW.  ���  Has. taken mi Office at Room 1, Gold  House,   Discovery.     Office . Hours���  Tuesdays, Thursdays ami Sat iirdnys,  from fi to 8 n. in.  <g>a��t����a��<)����������������i)������������������;t)  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  THIS HOTEL 4S STOCKED WITH  THE   BEST   OF   GOODS  Santo  Jdmstone,   Prep.  Dixon   &.   Schulz,  Proprmlor*.  ORTRAIT GALLERY  Curling;.  Interest in curling.has this week  reached a lfigb -pitch,'.owing'to  the senii"-mial" contests for the  " Fetherstouhaugh.;" and the  "-WiUfr^s^H-V cups being played.  In the, " Wilkinson " competi-  'tion^.vy���3ter.dffyV* j;'A. Eraser' beat  Jules Kggert i i to'3 ; 'C: U. Bourne  vs. Dowli.ng or Ridd, which may-  come off today, will decide the filial  competitors.  Yesterday afternoon, in the semifinal for   the   " Fether.s'lbnhangh' "  cup, J. Simpson beat Rev..K. Turk-'  in'gton 16 to-'4';" today, N.C. Wheel  ing plays D. Ross.  If you want to have the portrait  taken of yourself or children,���we  shall try and please you.  Portrait Gallery���Old B. JS. A.  Building, .Corner First and Pearl  Atlin. Open on Tuesdays and  Saturdays, from io a. m. to 3 p. id.,  or by special appointment.  We will take out-door or underground pictures, 3^ x ifYi, plain  mounted, at the following rates :  $5.00   per   Doz.  3.00     "     Half-Doz.  5-x 7,.mounted:  $8.00   pep   Doz.  5.00     "      Half-Doz.  Picture Post Cards :  $3.00 Per Doz. or under  ATLIN  STUDIO.  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIKST-CIvASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION.  Hinul(|iiiu-t��m  fr��r Dixon't  *tut;e.  Northern Power & Lndlnr.  Co., Ltd.  Until further notice the following  will be the prices of Lumber.:  Rough, up to 8 inches, $40.  do       do     10      ,,        45.  do       do     12      ,,        50.  Matched, $50.00  S.'l). $5.00 &"D. D. $10. extra.  12)4 per cent discount will be allowed for cash at time of ordering.  - *.���,-. ;-*���*����� \tIJN,   B.  C,   SATURDAY,    FEBRUARY   ��,    tooj  'b  a  dm porters  and . General.   Merchants.  Staple   and   fancy   Dry   Goods,- ' Ladies1    Underwear,  Ladies' and Gent's Kelt Slippers,   .       Men's"   Underwear, ������  Ready-Made   Clothing. ' cB��ois.,   Shoes, Etc. -��03)$. ��&  We1 carry a full line of the celebrated Gold Seal Rubbers and Overshoes.  tiOOUK llKlilVBHKU i'UOMl'Ti.V ON  THE rilUMiKK.        ' ���        ' '  ijfcU-   our stock ��f Staple and Fancy  Groceries  is larger than ever and all at close cash prices.  Remember avery article we sell we guarantee to be first cLass.  ������ : ��� ' ' A. S. (JJIOSS, Tims.  TELEGRAMS.  ���S:. Petersburg, Feb. .5U1:���Re-  aiewed disorders have occurred at  Lodz-, resulting in the death of 6  qiersons-and wounding .4K.-; .Strikes  0)cg,'ni today w. all coal - mining  districts.  Colombo, Ceylon, Kcl>. 5th :���  Oencral Stoessel arrived today en  route to' Odessa. He strongly denies that" Port Arthur surrendered  prematurely,' and says that only  .$7.50 remained in the treasury and  400 men were dying daily from  wounds and scurvy.  St.. Petersburg, Feb. .5th :���Grip-  : penberg lias asked to be relieved of  4he command of the Second Arniy,  foccause   Kiiropatkin   failed to support him in   his  recent  operations  - against the Japanese   at  Sandepas,  ".and left the front for St. Petersburg  today.    It is   rumored   that   Kuro-  patkin will also resign.-  Vancouver, Feb, 6th :���John McLaren, aged 28, son-of an Ottawa  millionaire, wiiile crossing the Inlet  in a canoe, which capsized, has been  ���drowned. A rescuing party'reached the spot as he went down for the  third time, and although the body  nvas recovered.-a-.tnoment "later, all  ���efforts to revive life were ineffectual.  Charges. Rogers,.formerly" ofOttawa1  .and at one .time employed on the  Yukon Telegraph Line;'who was-  with M'cLaren,-. was saved.  Warsaw,' Poland-, : Feb. -6th :���  The strike situation at Kalissehas  become.serious. Continuous convicts are taking place., 20 strikers  liave been killed and many,  -wounded.  Ottawa, Feb. 6th :���W111. Sloan,  M. P.,-brought up the question of  American Halibut Fishing Companies encroaching on .Canadian  waters. The Washington government admits the Canadian's claim  to territorial jurisdiction in Hecate-  Straits.  Oberlin, Ohio, Feb. 6th :���Beck-  "with, president defunct-:6f the Citizens' National 'Bank; is dead, from  heart failure, as the result of worry  over troubles in connection with  Mrs. Chadwick.  Ottawa, Feb. 7th :���Borden has  been elected in Carleton by acclamation and took his seat in the  House today.   ���  Warsaw, Feb. 8th :~Several men  who attempted to resume work  yesterday were killed' by'strikers.;  iReports of similar occurrences have  been received from other cities.  Food is becoming scarce.  Helsiiigfors, Finland, Feb. 8th :.  ���The' Prccurator-General -of. Finland has been assassinated..-. His.  !Son,'who rushed to his father's .-assistance, was wounded. The assassin has been arrested.  Ottawa, Feb. 8th.:���The Lumber-  mien's, delegation had an interview  with' Premier Laurier yesterday  ���and he promised their req'uest to be  ���carefullv considered, bv the Cabinet.  Hockey- Match ��� Discovery  ' versus Atlin.  ��� ��� ��� ���_  1  '. The first hockey match of the season..was played in the Discovery  Skating Rink on Sunday afternoon,'  and resulted iu a victory lor the  visitors of'7 to to 3. The match  ���wiis referecd by M. Cancellor, and,  was witnessed by a large crowd of'  interested spectators. The game'  was good, clean hockey all through,  and only twice had the referee to  blow his whistle for off-side plays.-  The teams lined up as follows-: .  JlISCOVEHY. ��Tt,IN.  1'-. Miller soul Thro. Sweet  15.<i. Nichol vovur Geo. Sinclair  II.. KrncKt point   J ok Palmer'  .T. Cartnitil rover..J. Funtlicrstouhaiitih  J.lJieli   . 1 i W. Hndilou '  ,W. Mnrrison   > .Forwards.. \ A.  .1.  Huriiside  B. Ulazius       ) (H. Palmer  For Atlin, Jimimie Fetberslbn-  haugh and Geo. Sinclair played the  game of the afternoon, while for  Discovery, Carttuel and' Blazing  ���covered themselves with glory; F.!  Miller, . the well known' lacross  player, is goin.g .to be a tower of  strength in'the Discovery goal.  A return match will be played in  the Atlin Rink .next Saturday.-  .   WANTED.  MTiN.ANl) WOMKN iu thiscounty and adjoining territories, to present and advertise  nil old established house of solid iinanciul  standing. Salary to men $21 weekly, to women $12 to ��!S weekly with expenses ad-  vaucrd caeh Monday bj- check.direct.Frotut  headquarters. Horse mid hugm' furiiislini)'  whmi 'necessary. Positaon perinairent. Ad-  "clrcss. Blew Brew, it Co.tDept..r>, Monnti Hld<r.  Chicago, 111.  Queen Charlotte Mineral Claim.  SITUATE IN THE   ATl.IN J.AKI.    MINING   DIVISION   OF  CASSlA.lt  DlSTUlCT.    WlIltllM LOCATED:���OS   Union  Mountain. Hkau of  J.ITTLB Sl'KUCB CliKKK.  rjlAKE NOTICE that  >I,   Henry   Nicholson.  Free Miner's Certificnte No. n34,7fil, intend, sixty days from the date hpreof, to apply to the Minim; Recorder for a Certificate  of improvement, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that.actiou, under  soction 117, must he commenced  before the  issuance- of siicliCcrtificure of Iinprovenieuts.  Duted this 9th day of l-'obruary, A. 1). lOin.  HliNUY NICHOLSON.  The. Beg    to    announce  awtojI that they have  re-  VJAaI- opened and are now-  ready for business.  They take this opportunity to thank  their former patrons  and respectfully.solicit their further  patronage.      Mrs. M. FENN,  Proprietress.  Laundry,  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd."  FRESH   DRESSED MEATS,   also  POULTRY  OF ALL TCIND'5,   Dressed to Order..  C-   DOE.LKER.,   Manager.  T  The KOOTENAI  OPEN*   DAY    AND    NIOMT.  THK  DINING-ROOM IS CONDUCTED  ON   STRICTLY FIRST-  CLASS   PRINCIPLES.  '  I  i  ���*  K  '.S  ���  '��  b  ' <  ���R  a  I !  �� i  GOLD     HDDHE,  DISCOVERY,   B.   .C.  STRICTLY   IPI11ST  CLAjSB.  JOE   ROSE,   PKD.prieior.  '���   a  s  8  0  0  a  K  t-  a  a  n  SXACRB   -tc    L1VKUY    IN     CONNKCTION.  THE    RUSSELL    HOTEL  J3IXCN    BROTHERS,   Proprietors  Pool   '&    Billiads.,    Free..  Freighting and Teaming ^        Horses and Sleighs for Hire,  T.  F  V..TROTMAN,  Manager.  Cornep Pearl aud Jjrst Streets, Ai-lin, B. C.   *����   FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST WIWS. UQWR5 AND CWARS ��ASt GOODS A SI'ttlAtn'.  of  Commerce.  Pint tree Role  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Tasty   meals,. : flue, liquors,   good  'i    .... - '- ,  cigars, and soft beds, make it a  pleasant home for all  '        '���'.'   travellers.  ED.   SANOS,   Proprietor  O.K  T.    BATHS  BARBER SHOP  ,F. Shields & Eddy Durham.  Now occupy thoir now qunrtors next  ..   to Mm Buiilt nf H. N. A., First Street.  'I'hu butli raoinssiro crjunlly as (food as found  In. cities.    Privntc  Rntranre fnr lailivii.  ���CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $10,000,000.  Rhsbrvh, $3,500, OOO.  Branches of the Bank at oesittfie,  ��� San Francisco,  Portland,  Sktt.gway.otv.  Exchange sold on all Points-  Gold Dust Purchasbb���-Assay Op?i.ck in Connection.  ���D. ROSS, Manager.  VANCOUVER. ENGINEERING WORKS, lift  VANCOUVER, B. C.  SPECIALISTS   IN  ��  HYDRAULIC   GIANTS, -WATER   'Cl^TES,  RJFFLE   BA��S-, STEEL RIVETTIOD    PIPE,  HOISTB,      M?.N.UsTG   CAGES    .akd    v(7KE   -.CAiRS.  MADE "XD SPECI-^'L 33X5.IK9.  mmmmmm ;��������..-���.  %U.  IB*'/  ���!&.  |Sfe  It  ��l I'.:  ft��  ���^'- *  1^ i;  :-A$TO.vri^  ���1  ��aBcis;:  iarcictlei  'U:*;:!ci;3hi:^s    and :.Drawers,", which  ������'���i��    .'.;'.- , ." ' ��� 'i .-.I''  .. '" .   '  -'--..-���''. ������(*("   ; .- '*"     '       ���-.''.."-....     I t -     -      .-.'���.-���-.; /'    j..  0 VOi'si-l i I'.tS Vj.-���������''��� ��� .���'��������� ���������'j1- ;���������.������ ���  '���'''���'   ''���      '''������''' ..;..;'.'....'.';.'.M'. .......' ���'���  ���it ���  . ':  : -.. ��� .''-  GeriT'inji   So.cJfs.i-..;'���'���'��� ���'���'��� ..":'��������� .���'���  life  ���tt  8& &  wero-  $1.25   eaqb; are.  no-��   ��1 00  2..00  1.50  2.25  2..50  :2.7.5  1.25  1-50  'QJo.sSis��i. oat. .'�����?��#;���/'.G<n'o.tfs.;'. .atf   Ciffsjfy  r,:  LdccIJ '-Events,.-  ,;.���/���,,'The A./G./U. \yj:i\-r&\expandiin'g  .quite ��� a; lot "of. eiierigy;and expense',in  . r.enovating--t-he'ir}.-;-Lodge1%wtuch..|vas,  . been/rented/ for Masonic: meetings  ; lor tlie- nextl\vo;ye;\rs.-"/���/��� 'v.:,  ///McDonald's;' Grocery;./makes a'  -specially of i'reslveg-gs and buller.  '"��� ;'':.'0'iVT-Sund'ayV?M^  on a'trip lb Uie Coast.. ,;:    ;,    .;;;  A ..���large, letter "mail is drie today..  The' latest;- .magazines, and;: papers-  \are.always on haiid'at'Pilhiiaii's;'   '  .     Mr. Gordon Sprang- arrived here';  this; week   from^1 WhUehbrse,;, /on-  .business... Fie: refcunir;   tomorrow.;  '. but. will :.eLo:.me"-'.-back-;;.toy At-li-u in- the;  spring lo assist��� M r.. and M rs./Fenn  ;ianike:;.R:oyal;.-Steam',.La'undry.   .;'As-  a;  lliu'iidrymaii,   .lie<���'. ranks,;--high.:  /Hiving resided1: in.; A til n .before,, he-  ;;lias;many friends; iViLlie /District.",, '/  ���;./ ,'Masci.iiera'd.e B;.i 11 ~--Tuesday even-;  ��� "ing---dt; the .Grand- Hotel, ��� :'AWin'.';���;'',;':  ������:������-'���'-Jack,-!\i.c-Leocl;:.while in the hpspi-  vtalr;we::t;adrift;;:with._.Jiis::>pres.erip-J  .tion', swallowing a-.dose of embroea--  lion instead of his. proper: medicine,;  .which was the means of detajiiiiig  .'him a, day.longer/ than   expected.  \Vell: assorted- stock of Plain a-iid  . .'Fancy. To.il'efeSoa'ps at CVR. Bourne's.'  w!.Jv.Wheeler;of .Portland, 'Or.'.,  came-in'by stage last week. ��� ; ���'���;  .-..Dixon.- &. SehulV.'s' stage con-.  iiectsAtTiii with. .Car Cross, twice  a week,, for the remainder of, the  sleighing, season..  Stables. & Liunsdeii make- a specialty of E'resli-Eggs-and liutten..  Mrs.. J.. Binder aiidicluJd: arrived,  in tGwnkist:week. -' ������-'��� -'-  ,M.essr.s.; A... B;.Taylor and"������Dalton-  Rorke were oir a hunting- trip to  Birch 'Creek this week,."and judg-  iin'g "by the number, of ptarmigan  brought back,, they wer.e veiiy 'successful.. . '.' -. '������'���'  Tlie At'liir Hockey Club gave, a  very ���successful dance hist Friday  evening''iu. the Koptenay ;I-Iall, at  which, a-, merry ciowd"of hockay  players and. their friends attended.  '���Hockey Sticks,. 25c. cadi, and  Tiiennotnelors, 25c. each,, til J. T.'  Uegan's..  ��� Jack Gibson Ls-a.1 present kiid up  iin Hospital.  Musical rustrnments, Strings,  ale, for sale at  C. K.. Bomnie's.  :':; Hbckey��� hiatchjlonight.";>,;;'.;/;.  .' ,Rey/'ivir.;;Sleplierison holds' se'r-  vice'iit Boulder Creelcloino'rrow.v. ;.  ;   Mrl;W.: Trdtiiiaii met 'witb; >uj ������ uli-  pleasaui accideii.tV:last;;"Sli 11 day-���;  \^heu''':'loir''^  Stove-pipe, ;/he;/sLippedi; -tell;  and  spraineddiis (opt;; "He-%e.u.L;t6' Ihe  .HospitaiLvbat^  hobe to see hihi ;ible,;i,o; be;a.bbut  agaui;iu-;ii.few .'days.  / ' / :  ; Mining \ News-'//-;  -"  ;;/;'.;:,. v7;.;..v ,.p|acer'A Record -;.-���;/_.;;.  , Buniper. Bench Fractio.u,,.localed  by,M.;-Foley,; by; his attoniey^H/  PleaL/oii/the 2.2nd ^11^/1905 ^jre-  ;cdrdfid/4.th:Feb;v;;iQ05.; /The/claim  Lssituated on PineCreek^adjoining  .t.he^:Uncle Toiu"-011 the south aiid  Uie-^SidnfeyV^oii^the'eas^^  P.//Mi; A,  ':v.'Ai meeting/'p�� the/'Atlin !Braiich  bt the /Prov i 11 'cial���,..Miiii 11 g. Assocui:,  U6n:WiU::be/held/cn;;Sat;iu-day, the  i.itji'-ihst; at ���;���:S-.A'.p';' ni.'-iii'1 the..'.Grand.  j;io tet 'i i^/^'/-.;/;//;; /.; ;/;2 / J^M^I^J^  /���'���'��� Wk-'HATSfiRNv/Secretary. '/  TKe Masq^uefade Ball,  :��� ,Sr. Valeutuie's,l!)a}',.j��|,ih Feb., Ls  ���'the clayset'.-ibr.;the G raihd Masquer-  ad.e Ball tha.t is to.be "iveu under  .the auspices of/the. Spruce Creek  iOrchesti'aat the Grand Hotel, Atlin.  ���To- the best sustained chairactei: re-  .ipreseii'ted is to be presenled/a prize  'which wilkbe a.;uiy.steryi' and. tb the  best dressed lady', will be'/awarded  another . jj.Eize���-also a .mystery.  These prizes ai:e good' and; will be  appreciated, by the -winners. All  dancers niust be -masked'"until 12  o'clock.; a.nd theis nam.es and the  character they '-represent:'- must be  handed to tlie reception.coinuvittee.  Tickets,. $1.00 each., on sale at.C.  R'. Bourne's and" Mickey '" Rich-  ardsoir's. . ���  lockey.-  Stoves   and Hardware a.t jirices  thai can't beiiea'ten.���j. D. DL'Riic.  ir  ATLIN   SKATING   RLNK   .  ATL! N ��� ��� .... versue...... DISCOV��LRY  T&'  .Saturday, Feb.   litli,   at 8 o'clock.  .    .   .   Admission,   50<i.  '���'���J*.: '  i-j.n��  A/rterran'evetiingrs/SVft^  'C6c6/^'-'"<>r.iV.Cii0C'Al^  'yam:Hoiiteu,'s./-;Fai)ingjtkis,pC^  ���JSiaboW "���LiptQuV/or;  ;B,raiAd;/"Cc)t'i:K.U./; ;v:. y  ��� i'1'.'  ���:;;i-:  .-..���.,.���   ���-���;.'-���'--  ������'-���:,���.;.���.,'-.'     (.'    ". .t,     .. ;,'v,' w -:  We , bavta; fj;  fall   IPno   of  the. above   rnentfonecf   gpoosr,  :' ;;   ���������'';.������ -.:. ".'.'"-. ;������','������"' ���:.: '       .;.-'* '-vVVjI!.' ':, -'r-'.s S'i'A'i''t>/'/��� v-.--i')',: $���"���������}.���:'��������� .���  And:  our   prices   are .rigljtv ���   mmmm  .Uiitil'Fiii'tlivr notice, the/Follii'wiu^f'^vill   I16 tlio.;iSitO��/l'ui>:;l.i^li:lH,;..'ull''uc(:()iuits. colloi'teci,  '"���:���;,..���-������.'.���' ���..���/.';���������''.���..��������� ...;    .���������'.-��� -"���:-.monilily.-': .- .-/'��� ':������'{..'������'���'::������ '.���,.���'���'���-,'���������  '������������ '.'���.'���':!".' : '"���'���:���.���'������':  ''^���ELEOTRI'G^LtGUW'RAT^S-i-ix-!:   "''���:   anstallatioa;,.,, ./.,.:���/.:./������-���.-,..;..v../.:../^vv  '���"'-'-.      *' ''//, 'Sii lis'cri hers eiifi' -'hij siiT)yno<l'ii't'.'^IiifAr''i'n'i6s :V .' ���::   '--'"���'y:'"yi-\ ���'������':  Rentofe��b'lVleter,:./vW^..;.,v,;..-;/.,.;;it;.^;.v^  ..;:...- ������������'������.  ;-' '���'������'';'.:'���'"���'���'i-itir to^Mliit";'utiles,, its. umle'i-'s-' -''',.'.;',:'   .:-:;. :.-������ -���.&��� '":~:v\.':'. -.- :';'���'���:- ''���,;  8   Candle   Power:insandescishtv::.^���,;;vv.i.i::.i$.lv7!5yj^-vtmjnth.;peiTUght^  ;t 6.   ..'-'..v. ,::"\<" ;-.:/���">/..���.;.";-' '���"'����� ������'���-' ./:.-.-.,.'/::./v.' 3^25      ���:'- '>l, ::-f...'s--.^*/ '-:������//'  '���:/'.'jU'oiii^iw'i'tV'iiEtor'flie/arrt^ uiuiiro-"-'  lit: From On: in. until iltiyli^ltt...    ;'_;       / :; :,/    ;i/';/.-;  ;/'./'r'^  All. liimied-oiit"orililucUeaed lauiyswill;:]>3 o^chtl'ri'irc<1'fbi)'ii��u.' oii'es.freo t>F cliiirge, ilf  ; hr'ohifht Ui the.Cbaipitiiy's office, linthi-oke 11 oiiesj\vill he^ch 11 i-y;e(l For at 30 ceicS.Vetieli.  :..'".'',���'.  ���'���'.'������������ VThcvearapany's;-/IVloderri   Steanv.Laundry^ hiijvlieclnjiet ��.n leiise to llti. tnut  AI us.! 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