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 V  ^islatiye Asse/^  tfi       ������r- >  jAN 27 1908  '.I-1  VOL.  26.  '''.('"���' -  ���>'iH:,C  ATLIN.  B. C, SATURDAY.    . JANUARY ir   .908.  NC. 443  TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting News  From Many Quarters.  [81'BOIAI, to titr claim.]  -��������--  Special Telegrams to tho Claim.  Jan. 8th.1908.  Vancouver, B.C. :-  - A party arriving from the Hawaiian Islands, says that thirty  thousand Japanese out of employment there, intend migrating to  British Columbia.;' The Japanese,  formerly employed on sugar plantations, have beer, supplanted by  Spanish Americans who' are found  to be more satisfactory. ,!  Toronto,.Ont. :-  Ed. Ha 11 Ion"the.' famous  oarsman  is dead. ,  Vancouver, B.C. :- ,  : -" The World " publishes a letter  from Sir Wilfred Laurier, denying  "the statement made by "McBride in  'a recent speech, that -the Federal  Premier had ignored the wishes of  the Pacific province with regard  to  ���Japanese inioiigratiou.''*  -���^m^r^qWotea'-.l^^^  itfg-:-^" I tlo-not;care:for'your-'sentiments. "i$t,c?    The words-act ually  iyrcu'sedy-lwere :- " I db'notfsbare your-'  sentiaieuts1..-but those.'jareY'yduf' se'u-  ���  timents. and I am bound to- respect-  them." -  Boise, Idaho ;-  Pettiboue was acquitted after  an  ' ' all night session of the jury:'"' 'He'  s isstitl' in a very weak state of health  but the doctor expects a . speedy re  covery now.  The State's  Attorney sa3rs that  there will be no attempt to .press,  the charge against Moyer* and. he  will be released on bail.  Ottawa, Out. ;- -'  '" A.ILlicenses for cutting' timber on  nonunion lauds must in future be  sold by. public auction.   ���  "Vancouver, B.C. :-���  ��� A money gift presented by  local  L Japanese''to Firemen injured iii  the'  r'ec'eht tmirde'rousi assault  by 'their  "compafribts, ��� was  promptly  declined:' ''The -Japanese-are uneasy and;  'realize'' JtliS gravity ' ot ��� the bcciir-  Vancbuver, B.C. :--"-, ������    '  As-aiire'sult. of:,the recent' Japanese -affair, tne police are instructed  to He.arch all' "quarters iir the" city  for fire-nrnis and to secure disarmament. ��� >���.-'.���' ' ���  ' -Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper has  bifen petitioned by Orangemen to  accept nomination for Vancouver  at the" next Dominion election.  Queeustown :-  -The-C.P.R. Steamer "Mount  Royal.' which was given up by the  Company .for .lost, being longoyer-  fluS^arrived af this port safe, .after  asmonths wandering.  . ;She.encounteied a series of very  violentgales.. Great anxiety was  felt ris she'carried. 40b passengers.   .  "   Oj?d|n, Utirtr':-   '������'���Afffleb of white''men   attempted!  'iii*' ���'    "     '���     ��� ��� ,      ���  Id drwie 500 Japanese from ,;the  'c'lty/'artd. but^for'the arrival'of .the  entire: folice;;f0r.ce much -bloodshed.  would have resulted._   The trouble arose through the  Southern Pacific .Rail way Co. discharging ,the-Americaus, and filling  their places with  Japanese (^t  less  pay- ',.,_-,  Tfae."RaiIway"Cbmpany.,i-howevet��  back. ""'Man.y.of the. Japanese;  anticipating further.riotiug,-;4^1.t the  city. ': The -whites- are.-,-.insistent  that all the Orientals must leave.- .,  Public Installation of Officers,  and Entertainment.  ance.  ,q-  a .Georgetown, Ky. .:-....       .'���..-,.���  The'jury-hi .the"Caleb  Powers  ��� case.disagreed and were discharged.  ,i.This isJ:i:Powers    fourth- trial   for  ��� complic.Uy in ;the murder of Gov-  .. enipr W,m...G.pebe;h/.������.;���'���; .���:...:-.,yl\ :---'.r  .. A large number availed themselves of the -invitation .given, by  members of 'Atlin' Lodge No. 15!  A.O.U.W., to witness the Ceremony  of.their public Installation of Officers,-held iu'-the' Lodge Room ou  Wednesdaj'." evening last.  An excellent musical and literary  programme had been prepared, and  Mrs. Costigan,���'. Mrs. .H. E. Brown,  and Miss Pillman, together with  Messrs. Cartiriel, Bock. Williams,  .Hanna, Ross; and Paxton, are to be  congratulated, on the very creditable and appreciable manner in  ���which'"their different selections, were,  rendered, and- .which all/present  heartily enjoyed. . -:  .; ;It was with touching-pathoSiMrs.--  Harry Brown-played her,gently hih  orous role, as.;a southern mother,  singing a :soft lullaby over her  sleeping child.       '  ..Representative seats on the platform were occupied by Mr. J.-A,  ���Eraser, as Gold-Commissioner, -Mr.'  John Williams; -.-; as W.M'.' of -the  Masonic Order,; aud-Mr. Wni; Mbr:  risou, as Chief of the Arctic Broth  erhood; all of whom, iu well chosen,-  and pleasing- words, expressed their  satisfaction at being ��� present, and"  their whole hearted sympathy iu  the A.O.U.W.'s work. - - .- . :  - ��� The retiring' Master Workman,  Mr. N, C' Wheeling occupied . the  Chair, and- continued the duties,,  which he had so'ably fulfilled "during his'pasl tensi of office, until the  conclusion of the' en'tertainnieiit  programme when 'Mr.' R. D. Fe'th-  erstonhaugh, as Grand - Installing  Oflicer, relieved, him of his seat and  assumed control for the balance of  the evening. ' ' '''.'''  With the assistance-of' Mr! W.E'.  Haddou who acted'as Graud Guide'.'  the installation of the several' Offi'-;  cers elect  was   then  solemnly  anil  impressively proceeded with. '  '��� This ceremony being followed "by  light refreshments, and a very   able1  speech by -Mr. F. W.   Dowling expounding the history and virtues of  the A, O. IT. W.   which   was most  apjiropriate, tue evening  was   then  brought to a -dose  by  singing  the1  National Anthetn,"aud three cheers tiou opens,  for-the hospitable Workmen,,'   ";' "'  The following; are'the   Officers'  installed for'.'tbe-ensuing term :-    ;;  .Past Maeter.Workman. \  :    ��� Bfo. N,!C.''Wheeling  ��� Master Work man,.?'  x ��� -.^. 'J^j&MTrRiasm. .  ���-.-..... -.     Bro.. p. F. Conley.  Overseer^--'- ���  ���;��� v.Broi Holmes Piueo.  -'   'Recorder; '" -'J*  ������ ������������Brb'.-F. W. Dowling.  Finance Receiver,  Bro. Johu Cartmel.  Guide,  ''Bro.Thos. Hanna.  Inside Watch man,  ' ;',':. \:'    Er'ci .'N. S. Fisher,  Outside Watchman,  Bro.' F. H. Wallace.  ���!.  and freighting traffic  to and  from  Carcross.  Mining Notes*  -. "Shaft sinking operations continue  oil the Beavis Mine; the depth  reached is ninty odd feet.  J. Housel and Fred: Bovcu are  making a camp, preparatory to  parrying 011 mininjf^work' on their  quartz claims, situated about five  'iniles south of the Town.-  :,c Patrick Callaghan bas.lel't Town'  ;for his, Jniriing   camp ur> - Torry  -Inlet.  Messss. La'vardiere Bros, are constructing.a canal from Torrey Inlet to their "mine, with the object  of shipping out ore  wheu  naviga-  Development work continues on  the Fourth of July quartz- mine  .with very satisfactory results.  -5  "ASood Mail Service  in spite of bad weather.  The Carriers and passengers, Mrs  Bruce nncfMr. Louis Scbulz, who  arrived last.Sunday with a some-  what saturated mail, experienced a  very rough trip.  . Between Hales City, and Butler's,  the ice proved very dangerous, and  Dan. .Holland, broke through audi  was .-immersed to the neck: Mr.  Schulzjhad'-to roll himself over to  Holland to help him out of his exceedingly.perilous position.  In spite of-the late stormy weather and weakness of ice, the mails  have arrived in good time, which  refleetSthe--greatest credit on the;  mail.carrier's.  ' It isfJto be hoped, that in a few  :days'calm weather and a cold snap,  will'-freeze-the lake over and make  "strotrg'eV ice;-to permit of passenger  MiiiFlisWfct Soartl  A general meeting was held at  the Court House ou Thursday rhe  ninth inst.  Present :- Messrs. Hathofn,  Eggert, Dowling, Wawrecka, H.  Brown, Conley, Nevile, Faulkner,  Paxton, McDonald, and Anderson.  Communications were confirmed  by the Board to the Hon. H. E.  Young M.L.A., to Mr. W. Sloan  M. P., and to, the General Manager  of the White Pass and Yukon Railway Co., in reference to the Tagish  Road, the Atlinto River, and the  reduction of freight rates, etc. These  communications will appear in our  next issue.  The next general meeting of the  Board will be held on Thursday  the 13th. prox.  LATEST   NEWS.  To Fight For World's  Championship.  London, :���  Burns has signed to fight Roche  for the world's championship at  Dublin on St. Patrick's dap.  A  ill  ill  Iff  'I  1  it  If1  *   -a  M ATLIN,   B. C,    SATURDAY,   JANUARY n, 1908.  The Atlin Claim.  TfJC ATLIN CLAIM |9 ruBuancD every batunoat  Monninc. wailid rnte to any part or the  world ron OO CtnTS cm moriTH : ��0.0O TER  Tt*fl. ADvcRTiaina itATts: ji.ooPtnincniACH  fnar.-.TioH : rcadino noTicrs. m crriT* a link.  oPecicl hatci   on   application.  -90*-  JOB PRINTING :  ��� iLL-nCntta,   * posters, viainna caab��  iCTTin-NeADI, ,  ^nocitAMMts,      ETC., ctc.  onoefls promptly executed.  PRICFS   mODCRATC.  lie, that, there be a sufficient number of Orientals and Asiatics retained in the country, to lend a  useful hand where necessary.  The Golden North.  Thb AttjIR Claim Publishing Co., Ltd.  W. Pollard. Gtiast.     MArrAGfcn-muBCTon.  ASIATIC' QUES  -Asjthe time approaches for the  Federal General Election, it would  be well for our local political associations to'prepare for the fray. -In  the course of the next' few weeks  we .shalljhear a great deal of' what  has lately transpired in reference to  the Asiatic and Oriental immigration question.  There will be many hard things  said, and some harder things' to explain. Political soothing syrup  will be freely dispensed; but, whether any practical steps will be taken'  to mitigate what is rightly, or  wrongly, regarded as an Asiatic  and Orieutalitinvasioir ."remains to  be seen.  The. Dominion and Provincial  governments have-indeed^a^ knotty  problem to tackle. ���  They have to regulate and limit  undesirable immigration without becoming unpatriotic to Great Britain  or hurting the ' amour propre ' of  so powerful a nation as Japan.  It will require grert tact and diplomacy to solve the question; for it  is certain, and quite natural that  Japan will never consent to a treaty  excluding her people altogether.  If Asiatic^ immigration, is to be  controlled, gentle methods must be  adopted. Japan has proved her  valour and strength in the late war;  she is prcperly proud of her prowess; and it would be unjust as well  as absurd lor any nation to ienore  her international rights iifthe'Comity'of nations. - "  Common sense will no doubt prevail in framing the regulations to  control immigration; and, there will  be something more of the give and  take policy put into action; and  rather less of selfish arguments  heard.  There is no danger of Canada  'growing^ too big for "her boots;, but,  it is strikingly evident, that, she  cannot grow at all without a sufficient.supply of unskilled labour, to  develop the resources of the country,  which development brings in its  ain more work and prosperity for  killed white labourers.'  And although white . labouring  men cannot work in harness with  coloured men; nor can they condescend-to menial work, ��� when :it  may be done by others, it is greatly  to the advantage of white working  juen as well as to the general pub-1  There was once a land fair and  pleasant, warmed by. a tropical sun,  and clothed in a tropical vegetation.  The jungle leemed with life.  Birds sang gaily in the trees, the  mammoth   wandered . through  the  forest, and the.lion lay in   wait  for  his   prey,    through   the   ferns  and  mosses glided-the  snake,   or  hung  from branches overhead.    The hum  of thousands of insects filled the air,  laden with   the   fragrent  breath  of  sweet scented flowers.    In the  distance,   towering  high,     stood   the  mountain;;,'   and  down  their  sides  poured cascades, fed from the  ever  melting snows, which lay  high  up'  the   peaks.     Rushing  madly  from  rock to rock, downward they  leaped, gathering force and  magnitude  as   they  deceiided,    until, ..forming  small rivers in the valley below,they  mingled their  waters  with   others,  wending their way  onward   to  the  sea.    In the bank's of these streams  were deposited, countless ages ago,  vast  stores  of   hidden   wealth -for  which-there were no toiling  hands  to seek.  Thescene  changed ���when'and  how can only   be   guessed.      Evidence, however, exists, of a remarkable and complete transformation.'.  Freezing winds from  some  cold  region   swept   over  the   fair. land,  withering the luxuiiant vegetation,  driving the birds in terror  to some  milder clime and stifling the drowsy  hum  of myriads  of insects.    The  beasts of prey retreated  from  their  former haunts, aiid along   the  val-  le3's the mammoth left their  bones  to moulder and  decay.-   Down   the  mountain side decended   the  suow  line lower   and   lower.      Cascades  were    reduced   to   streamlets   and  rivers to mere creeks.     The  very  ground itself was changed to a solid  frozen mass, thus securing for  ever  in a  setting  of ice  the  wealth   of  gold with which the soil was  charged.    The silence of death,   which  the centuries only deepened, settled  upon this land   on   which   a  curse  seemed wrought.  - In silence  there  is mystery, aud  in  mystery fascination.    Men longed to visit this  remote region from  which  no  news  could be derived.     They  dreamed  constantly   that . gold ��� lay   hidden  within the ice bound shores of that  frozen country.  Finally men returned to explore  this barren land; and, thefew who  returned told strange and wonderful  tales The most current' rumour  was of a mountain of solid gold.  In vain, it was said, did. miners  attempt to reach it. Precipitous  cliffs or 'vast canyons, through  which"'rushed raging torrents, guarded it on every side.  AH' through' the long summer  day could be seen the gold glistening in the' sun. But, after territjle;  .hardships' and labour, just when  success seemed attained and the  pathway to the mountain clear, a  new and impassable canyon yawned  K��.��*.)P��j��>��>>>*��**>jg*;i>*^  N: C. WHEELINQ  Groceries and Provisional  Fresh Fruit and Vegetables ,  Allways   on   hand ;  The Iron Store/  First Street,  *f***ew0***6f*���***4*ss*&4&0*****t****^  POOL  ROOM  GOOD STABLING  THE0OLD HOUSE  DISCOVERY, B. C.  THE  MRS.  DINING   ROOM   IS/UNDER  THE   SUPERVISION   OF  ROXB0ROU.GH.      GOOD SLEEPING ACCOMMODATION  ONLY THE BEST QUALITY OF   GOODS USED AT THE BAR  .  BAKERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL-  JOHN ROXBOROUGH, PROPRIETY.  Roilkm Brewing Company, iti  ��orrad Wawrscra, Manager.  Brewers  of Lager ^Beerl ana  Porter*  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED;. '  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  *******  +&&&##*#&��&&*���#&��+��&> -9***)  ****����*����.����� ***9&.tr  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  �����������-  The Bar is supplied  with   none  but  the  best brands .of-Liquors-  ���    and Cigarsr  First-class Billiard and Pool Tables.  .;  **4&&&GG&8V4PG4&6G4G4&4&4&K* <G4ifG4&aHF&tt^&4fW-g<g&^*&4-ff&4  DIXON   &.   SCHUL2,L:Proppietor��.  Fl RST   CLASS   RESTAU.RANT  CilOICtSr WINES, LIOUORS AND CIGAllS  IN   CONNECTION-:?  use goods a'"spcc'iXiir'."  Corner Pearl and First Streets,  Atlin, B. C.  <��<iiv����w^'��NvWdV4��M4w<M q^a<<wa^q<eWflW^re��y^^<foWtt tfl  ATLlNr   B.  C, SATOWISAY,   JANUARY it,', igoS,.  in the path; one difficulty was surmounted, only to encounter another,  and a more serious one.  And so it was said, that this will  o-the-wisp��� ''this phantom with  the beckoning hand, which'Still allures,and still eludes''-T- enticed  men on to greater and greater  struggles,, until baffied so often they  gave up in dark despair, or lost  their lives in attempting to over-  .-cotnc one of the many dangerous  obstacles.  Tales like this merely fired the  imagination and spurred men on to  greater action. A party of early  English navigators of northern seas  ' were hclightcd to find large quantities of rock impregnated with a  yellow mineral they believed to be  gold. They loaded their vessel and  returned to England, only to find  that they' had borne across the  ocean tons and tons of worthless  pyrites.of iron.  Neither failure, nor tales of danger, nor rugged country, nor extreme cold, nor stormy seas, ��� nor  barren soil," nor famine, dismayed  the hardy adventures from again  and again exploring these frozen  regions. And from early times until the present hour the search has  never ceased.  The miners have been sustained  by a wonderful faith; for which at  first there was so little foundation  upon, which to. build their hopes  for real and permanent.success.'  But at last came success, and  with it the realilation of long cherished dreams. It came In the wonderful discoveries, which, have during the past few years- drawn the  attention of the world towards the  Golden .North.'  TO CONSUMPTIVES.  ��� The undersigned having neen 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  cony of the prescription used, which  ithey will find a cure for Consumption, Asthma, Catarrh, Bron-  dims and all throat and lung  Mai.adiks. 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  Rev. Edward A. Wflsoft,  ; Brooklyn, N.Y.  ' ' '  'The Atlin meat market.  RR^Sl-l:  DRESSED   MEATS  .  POULTRY OF ALL KINDS, ON HAND,  "  -   . *'  .    ..: - L. S c h ti I ��;  *��**#**>>>ft��*-A&^^.*��**&S'*!> ^tfT^fftf^Wtf****^***^******  rwtt. *t*.*ti*on.  SJL.XIKB    DUltI��.  LEAP   YEARf  This is a-bissextile year "of 336  days;-.when ladles are permitted to  propotfnd propositions of love, in  place of replying, ''Oh! this is so  sudden! "  How the "fair damsels acquired  the special custom we cannot say;  but, no doubt, it is* a convenient  one to practice at times.  The Atlin marriage market still  presents a few sprightly young  bachelors, ranging in age between  thirty and seventy, whose state of  single bliss will be- in jeopardy;  however they can console themselves with the reflection that, the  ladies will be sure to look before  they leap ! ,   -  Certificates of Improvement.  Maeklng    Bird       Mineral      Claim.  Situate In tlio Atlin Mining OivMon, Cassiar  District.      Where   located: ���In   Kalny  Hollo*-.  TAIvli NOTICE tTiat I, JosspTi B. Chisel of  Halus Alaska.  Kree Miner's Certificate K: BllISO  Intend, CO days from tlie date hereof, to  apply to theMinliis Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of  obtaining; Crown Grant of the''nhove clalmt.  ���And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must'bo 'commenced before the  Issuance of inch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated tills seeenfl flay of Octofiir, * ft IS01  Joseph H. Chisel.  N80 it  tB�� ..Rug-fief iottl  ��� ....   "   discovery ��. c. mmr.:i.:.:;i  The Bar Is Stocked1 wltli Choice Goods  First Class Ditrtng Room In Connection.  ."'���"    fteX'tSflitJATEM FOR CIXOR & SCHUU STAGH.  >iove&  Certificate of Improvements.  Ask at your Library for  /The. Love Story  of Giraldus."  A -Romance of the Twelfth Century.  ������ ��� -."������ .--.'-by- ' --.'   ���"'   ���'���':  Alice. Cunninghame.-;  >���>.';  Get a copy of the illustrated  edition "Songs of a Sourdough",  a few left at Bourne's.  State ef .Montana    Mineral   Claim.  Situated In the Attin   mining division of  Cassiar   District where located:   Rainy  ��� Hollow.  TAKE NOTICE that 1 Joseph H. Clilsal  of  Hnlus Alaska Free Minors Celiflcate No Bill  30 intend sixty days from the date hereof   to  apply to tho mining; recorder for a certificate of improvements   for   the   purpose  of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above Claim  And further take notice that action under  Section 37  must   be commenced  heforo   the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvement.  Dated this Second day of October x. i>. 1807.  Joseph H. Chisel.  oS0-9t  Certificate of   improvements.  Arizona   Mineral   Claim.  Situated in the  Atlin Mining Dlvlnoti   of  Cassiar District where Located: In Rainy  Hollow.  TAKE NOTICE that I.IosepR IT.  Cfcl��el of  Halns Alaka.  I'ree Minors Certificate So n 11150 Intend  Sixty days from the date hereof to apply to  the Mining: Recorder for a certificate of Improvements for tho purpose .of obtalulff a  Crown Grant of the above Claim.  And further take notice that action nnoTer  Section 37 must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of ( Improvements.     ' ���.     -  . Dated this sneonfl day of OctoRtr, a. b. ISOT  -     Joseph, II. Clilarl.*  o!S0-9t  Certificate of Improvement.  Adams and New York Mineral Claim  Situate In tho Atlin Mining- Divlslon.Caislnr  District! Whero located:- In Rainy Hollow.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Al. J. O'Connor, Free'  Minors Certificate N/> HlllOSi intond,' sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply'to tin  Mining? Recorder for �� Certificate of Im  provements, for the purpose of ohtainine; ��  'Crown'Grantof the-'abbve clainr.'''���'  -    " :'���''  And fiirthor take notice that action, unoTer  section 37, must bo commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements  Dated this third day of November A.D.1907  M...1. O'Connor.  .11   St  IRON PIPING-,   STEEL  AND. BAR IRON,  DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,  GASOLINE.  . .STEEL SHINGLES and CORRUGATED IRON.  : ''James'T..,Regan'  Stores in Atujt ard Discovery.  *��o*<  ������-��-��-<  Hfc  H. E. BROWN & CO.  Saceetters ����� 4. M. rtlenarfison.  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 ATUN AND DISCOVERY.  #����<������Qt����>������00��Q<i}��t4^O(N< >*<����><����n��i>m> ��'��-��-��-<  THE   VANCOUVER   HOTEL.  First St.  Atlin B. C.  CHOICE WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  First Class Rooms Well Heated  8.  JoAasten.       Prep.  THE   KIRKLAND   HOTEL.  first Sheet Atlin B. C.  Good   Accomodations  Neat Clean Rooms.  ALEX.   SMITH. PROPRIETOR, y  ATLIN,    B.   C.     SATURDAY,       . JANUARY n, 1908.  NOTICE.  Take Notice thill I; Grant Reid  agent for the late Thomas Tugwell  sliall apply to the Board, of License  Co'.iunissioucrsfbf the Atlin License  Disiiictata special meeting to be  held on January srst. 1908, for the  transfer of the hotel License of the  " Log Cabin Hotel " at Log Cabin  13. C, to Mr. Thos." Tugwell of Log  Cabin. B. C.  "' ��� Signed    , Grant Reid.  Ageut,  J4. 4.  tie tree fiotel  DISCOVERY,   B.C.  Canadian- ."Pacific.., Railway..Com^pariy r;:  B. C.   COAST  SERVICE.  FIRST-CLASS DINING ROOM  GOOD CLEAN ROOMS  ONLY 'THE   BEST GOODS  USED AT THI5 UAR.  Local and General News.  The Temperatures for the Week  Ending January thejo th 1908.  tnax.  mm.  4��i  300  ���S.o_.  ���5t!i  31 0  ��7-5  "' 6th  *9-5  22.5  7th  J7-5  18.0  Sih  20.0  7-0  9th  32.5  II'O  totb  25.0  17.0  BOBBIE  BURNS'  -  BIRT  HDAV.  ED.  GANDS,  Proprietor  <iPi  Princess   May  j'AlN-��13:-29i.  .  SalUuj; from Skftgway 8 p.m.  Direct' to Vancouver and .Victoria.  .Srftn'lportlfic Ii'jr f��'iro�� sTeaeier'to Seattle-without eitra o?iB��ee '..  J'i'\ .:',     STOP-OVERS  ALLOWED. '_ : - ;*'<**  c?cm��Io. iny nRri of the world. Tj     T?    ~XK7     T 1n  For rates or InfoviimtSoii apply to    J?.   17 .     YV .    JL/OWlC,,  Agent. Sluiiiway.  Atlin Assessment District.!  A largely attended  meeting-- was  held in the Vancouver Hotel Monday evening last when it was arranged to celebrate   the anniversary  of  Burns' Birthday, by having a Concert'and ' Dance  in  the  Kootdnay  JHall oh Friday'evening,   the  :24th.  iust. -       -;':"   ';' '   ���'"  '    ���-'���'���V-'  *"'-Th'e' proceeds will be for the bene-  Bt-of Mr. John McLennan,'  late: of  Spruce Creek."    '        .-:--   �����;!']   ��� :���  ^Various cornmitties were appoint*  ed to carry  out  the arrangements  'Sttid it'is.hoped  that they will  receive the hearty support of adl^the  District. '    ":'    ./. .    ,-    '.. ..-:>��.-   ,  ''''N.B..      The Tickets  Committee'  consists 'ot ���th'e Rev; A. U:  Kbs's,  Si "Johnston and J. D.:'Durie,-A?ith  jjo'wer to add to their number'. 0:-'-  't Bis dat qui cito dat ''-'" ~"  NOTICE IS I1F.KKRY GtTKS, In accordance with the Statutes, that Provincial Revenue Tax nnil all assessed taxes und income  tax, assented nnd levied under the "As��es��i-  nient Act" and amendments thereto, uro now  dun and pasublu for tho yoar 1908. All taxes  collcctllile for the Atlin Assessment District  are due and payable at my ofiico, situated  at tho Court Home, In the town of Atlin.  This notice, iu terms of law, it equivalent  to a personal demand by t��e upon all yareons  liable fur taxes.  J. A. FftASEK.  Assessor and oil  eetof,  Vl &tllii Assaiirncnt District.  Atlin. B.C.  Atttu, K.C. January, tml. 1MI  (       '  USE OUR ADVERTISING  COLUMNS ���  >**���  SyM#l!t '���?'' tiittfia iHoaotenftffesntatjons:  A NT available Dominion Latin within .  ^3-'the Railway-Bolt-iti UritlrfiColiYnibla  may lie homesteaded' by ifftf'&er&ir ^wlibMi  the sole head p.f a.famlly, or any, male over 18  year's of aR-e, to the" extent' oT one-quarter  Section of 180 acres,more.or lest.   ' ' x  '���-���'-   -���- .  .i   ���. '��� -,-'���''. -   ,'�� oil.- 'm*:,   i,-.-i,.  ���  "Entry ?iiu'st be made iiersb^ftWy'n'l-lire 16'eal  hind ofliee for ttie'distrlct In -Which the land  is situate.      ' "."  ��� lH'i  ��� l'fiw" nome=?��'atf*'r Is- f'eqnlreflUto peffclrta  the conditions connected therewith under  oii��--uHhi>-follQwliu��i>lans:     ���-^v:-.  :(1) At,least six months' reitiSeA'jEelniiDn ami  cultivation of'tho luiid In��ach-yoiii' for three  yours..   . -.-   ..     '     ��� .��.' ','.'.'  (.2) If the J.iH.et-Cor mother. If lUe rattier Is  ii.��c"i\-i'ili o' Mm h(ii:i>ir.t('ndr>r reticles upon a  > .farm in the v i i- i t i i I y nf !lio lain' entered for.  C. CulHn goes tO Kitimafc-   ' .j.'1'?  rc'itm-.-ioont-,  in to re-sidence may bo  i;j .:-.:i<.(ii>il li.i such  pi-i'snn  I'esidinj:   Vi'ith   the  *  :.:! fin h�� rt.r niiilhi-r. ���"������"���'     -T  1,1. f  placing before tile public.  tlie many, advantages of  .r  the district is the object of  -i      ��� * ( ���   * '  The friends' of   Chrtiley   Ciiiiin  will be plensed to read _tiie.-folli.-v  notice which we  take   1'iom  Mr. j  !iai !i!i p��rtnn:ift!il rp'l-  !]      ,.-.i   If  thp   M-t  ,.^^jrr...�� iii. .!i   !.; ��� :!.::,:�� l.iticl dii ni-d liy him in  * *..-1 .. * i .'yut  hi-:  hr..'ii'.-:. .-,(';.   tin;  rci]ui;-|.-  ���li.-i'N i!., tu  i��� ii?.-r.���"-'��� n-.iylio- sallifl'eil')).>  Houslcju's  paper  printed at Prince Rupert. "  " Mr. C. L. CulHn who has been  here a month as Provincial Constable, has been ordered'-io'report  the Chief Constable al -Prince Rupert, and his.place will'be taken by  Mr-. ���PrescoU.from Port Simpson.  We arc sorry to loose Mr. Culliu  forhe.is liked iiy. the boys and  becauj-i: his head is tilled with  coiu-  1UOU S0I1KC."  The l^mP'-IO '' ��� ' '-i,,,!U,�� i.'i'iui ill'" Mi''! land.  ��������� Mr.--J'aiuosT-Iaslett who has- been  speii'diii;* the past three weeks .witli  Irs  l'rimi'y   in   Skagvviiy;''reiinneJ.  \ i    tt i:'dn\ '- '.  Ss mr.:iih-��' iictii-�� In r.'i-It!:i��r 'ttiould bs  :��� ���- .*.itl .-''��� ii"isiji-=-t��� n-i'(if Dominion Laudg  .-���:. <:.i:,"i��..i f'f int--ntion tu apply fur patvut.  '('.-.:.';_':':V,-./U limy h? pu; oli.*,s.*d nt'?li'psr ai"rp  l-'r- ":'t i.il ni.'if-'^-ifuratiilil-jielli.. Ni.tmorc  '���\ ttl' !.'.) nt . -ro'-C-ttTrlj.'; u',(pi(!'i-d l).\-*-no imliv  A.Mll'.ll Ol' c-HTfllJil'llJ . iiu.Miily nt'tlu- rate of  I'li'i-ntit .-r tnu-ot il."!.!) pijimda shall be col-  iocted on the jjvuss output.  ���" T,'. Vt'.OO-.l.f  .rnjintjr of (.'in Minister o* the tiilcrlur  N.H.���Uiiaiitli'oi'lsed.piihlloatlo:i of this :ul-  voriisuinontwill not bo paid for.   ...    jy'zi-Ctn  ��5(����*o#��������CMrO#��^o*tt��c��*o<> a*o.*fc��>cM>o*i5>is<��>:�� *o^d��'-  This cannot be success-  ���.. ��� ���   . '���'f' ���    -       .    ���     - -   \  fully accomplished with-  put.the generous support of  the1 business people and  the residents.  ��������-  SEND US YOUR SUBSCRIPTION  |i��<M����t>><<n����o���� ���++-*���*-++<$ $<������e����<��-e ��-��<-��-��-��-o ���������<>������� fr^i

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