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''*,   ,.. AT].IN,.„K. C,    SATURDAY, [AN'l'AKY
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A Budget of Interesting;' 'News
Front Many Quarters.
" [IITI'I > I. 'I'll   Tll»    I'liA I M.l
'OlOnvTi'-,-;|rtn. 'iM\"-*'MT*I.ord Stiaili-
cona   resigns it   is more than likely
Ihat  Sir   Fiederick   Borden  will be
appointed- highcuminissior.er-in the
Old Countrv.
; . -   s'      ! N'l- :■ :'■ ." *-v;< ,\
Fort'.; JiV'iHiam.v i Jan.! J i i:—-Tvwo
people weie killed nnd eight others
injured on ' passenger" train' No. ::."
The train jumped the track while
running. ._50k jniles an hour.jind the
conches' 'fell' aViisiaute'of 30,'all the"'
cars except the, sleeper ,Were completely demolished- '*
Medicine, .Mat.. Jan.    1,1.=—The
cattle   hei'c-jnre   dv'ing bv the huii-
»»«..<     i    •    - v    v     -     -      •;   .-
dreds.. .. they, ,ap:«-}!.nable to. get,feed,
ou account ufu5!!e u-nprecedeiited
heavv snow fall. \ s  "/'> "/     - \ ",'
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Ottawa,  Jan. 11. —D'Arey .Scott,
son .of 'the  .secretary; of.,state,- has
•1 *   t -r. ^ » • - *
been elected mayor. ;. .-.t;   ;;.;)i  •. ,.., -
" Belleville, "fan. ;i.—The- Hotel
Utiintc, one of;th'e most up-to-date
hotels iiWliis scctioii oTthe country,
was totally destroyed by,;fjre«a- few
davsai.ro. -   ,       a~
Chicago,
general
Jan. n.~?vV
strike 0:1 all the railroads in the
United State'.VnncPCahiulVis threatened by the decision of the labor
leaders, who ,are.;pr.es.siug their de-
uuriius—-for-.immediate- consessions
from the emvlovers.
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Vancouver,, Jan. 11.—\V.5\V
Mclnnes, Judgej^Hei'i.lltrsqTi;...K.^P.;
McLennan, J: \V. Deb Harris and
T. 1;. NeelaiKls ■rui've"1 been nominated by the convention to tun in'l'-he
liberal interests in this city.
Portljiiid.JavT?*! i.—FYB. tytu'liu.,
uncommercial '"traverier', .shot ■ and-
killed his'wif'e's sister, 11 nd wounded
his wife in the head, he afterwards
killed himself.- - .- -.	
Montreal, Jan :i.—There are
over one th'p'iis'atid-cases of typhoid
fever in tii'iTcitv7u"the'T)feSeiit time.
Philadelphia, Jan. 11 -A man
naniedi RoberVSteelerthre,w a bomb
into the Fourth National Bank
yesterday, killiny-f ;.tbir assistant
cashier and himself.
St I'eletsbuig, Jii'L., ci.-r-The
chief of police was assassinated while
attending, church"" service/the' murderer was immediatly cut do\vu by
an officerw'Hd'li'app'eiied^o Ix; .standing' clos>i 'by.- : "' *
Winnipeg. Jan. ij. Reports are
cdiuiiriyf'iii1 that wild"iinitria'ls art iii-
■I'.'iditii: the smaller towns owing to a
scarcity pfjjfoodiin the hillsK;.several
parties have been chased by'gtey
'.volvcs. . .
Victoria, Jan.   rt.--;The conservatives   have   nominated    Premier'
Ate Undo, «-H. ^B^^nfiotifspp,!.:!!.. F.
\V: ""neliliseif "'inid'Pfe'dV'DavcV; its
•bt-ir caiulidate for this citv.
Vaiicouvcr. Jan. m.- -hi the rid-
jiig of_VKichuioh<l.jSr'r.'-J. \V. Wearl
has received the noniiiiation i\)i" the
liberal party, while Mr Stuart
Livingston will run as an independent conservative
Vancouver, Jan. 11.--Messr.-, W.
\V. B. Mchinesandj. A.*Mcl)ouald,
the-twin leaders of the-liberal-party,
arrived yesterday from Victoria, in
order to' be present and address the
.'liberal -:iuass. meeting, iu the city-ball.
;'~K'am!oops,--iJan'.: i 1. '----Premier
McBrjde and .Mr. VV. J. Jiowser
held a largely altondcd meeting here
yesterday. The audience was most
enthusiastic. v -Mr v'_lic)\vser.s spoke
lirst and defined the policy of the
'McHr-ide government^ iiuce -its formation in.-1003.....The.Premier received ,a » splendid -.receiilion and
made-- ah.eloquent exposition.orj.be
adiiiiuistratioiij.of .,the .of the affairs
of the province by his government.
' Vancouver, Jan.*'-'\ i..'- - Judge
Henderson has resigned from the
countv court bench ,in order to.be-
come, one .of the fi\'e liberal candi-
dates»rfor--the provincial legislature-
in tlie-city of,-yancouver.-c -T. -
~-*t 1      *"_. ; ,._^_^ ; i._ ..£        '
the Eight, Hour Law-
'!,! ;lt-, is ahvays, wise to be sine of your
SIPJ'.ikL before-,   making   .positive
statements.   •       •' • ■ -        « •, '"
"' "Certain gentlemenfhave,negjt^al
to .verify, their^k.n_p\vledgefof facts in
jcgards   to., the  stand taken" by Dr.
Young on the above bill.    In order
to settle the point we have_consulted
the   offlcilil    records   of the house.
We find that DR. YOUNG YOTKD
FOR THF.BILL.   .. x   ..."'. :t   "
-» 1 he -following  is- the extract:—-
"The   adjourned  debate on the second reading of Bill (No. iS) intituled"
"Aii   act" regulating  the  hours . of
lab'o:    in   certain "industries"    was
,/esnmed.
»' '-The' second reading was negatived oil the following' division., Ykas:
Dairy, '"King," Brown," McNiveii,
•Jones,- Davidson, T". A.-MacDonald,
Henderson, Wells, Cameron, Haw-
thqruthwaite,'.. -.Willia'nii, Wilson,-
Green; Garden; YOUN'G, Mansou;
N-.\vs:-— Murpli'y, Tanner, Oliver,
Muuro, Patterson, Hall, Tutlow,
Mc'Bride, Cottpji.fKllispii/CliJlorfl,
Bowser, P'raser, Ross, A, McDonald,
Fulton, Taylor'.(Macgowau, Grant.
'**I"n ''his rrc'cent fiyht with Ileriuan,
of Chicago, ' 'Gniiri had an easy
yictury.. _ After playing,, with bis
man for a time he put him out inv
the^'cight'ir foiind '•"with" 'a • hcavj'
swing to the jaw.
—:-Theresults ofthe curling macthes
for  the   Kapelle Cup to date are as
'toilb\%V-*Si:uTi?day''5;-^^%iitli skip;
DR. YOUNG IS OUR NEXT MEMBER
5>
The Reasons Why
Because he is one 01" ourselves"
Because he has lived up to al! the
pledges he   gave  in   the. campaign
of 1903.
'. Because his- whole attention has
been, given to, the interests of his
constituents. .
Because he has corrected the hydraulic lease abuses.
Ikcaiise since his election 355
applications for, and leases granted,
have bec-.n. cancelled.
• Because there .can be lio advantage gained from, inside knowledge
of cancellations, as he secured an
order that ten days' notice shall be
given of all such.
, Because there, are up'leases held
in the district that .are not complying with' lease hold and statutory
conditions.     '
Because the Gold Commissioner
has been requested to make a report
every three, months of the standing
of all leases; aiid 'to "recommend for
cancellation those"'" not conforming
witlr'the" law.' "' ' •' ' ''"'•' ' ' ";
"Because" he   secured  an  ameud-
Becau.se owing to his efforts tlu
placer claim today is four times ar.
wide- (:,ooo feet,' as when he was
elected.
Because during the three years br.
has been in office he has secured as
appropriations for this district
S33.5C0 for roads, trails and bridges
All. of which 1ms been expendec
amongst ourselves    (
Because lie secured fur the Dis
covery school S-|oo over and above
the oidinary government giant.
, Because nuclei the new Ticiucatioi:
Act the-town of Atlin would bo
obliged in order to keep the school
open, to raise, <roo over what the
government gave.
iJeciju.se the Doctor secured a
yearly grant of Sfiao and tlu-.
trustees will have ' to raise only
enough to buy the winter':.' wood.
Because he'-secured a grant'of
5400 for the hospital in addition k
the regular government subsidy.
■Because 011 his representation tho
government grant of S.(oo to secun.
a repott'.on the possibility 0!' r. roa>'.
being -built, to the seaboard by way
menljto the   Water Clauses Cousoli'-
1, -'j. .   •" "1 <    *>   \
daUon"'.-"Act,    whereby.-a.   miner ;i»; of Juneau
.at«kiiig""u -.eljih-n- -ahso- -secures;- hitrj"   "Because" whenever
waitednghl''withbut" extra  co'st'and
without  regard   lo 'existing or sub-
sequhjit.-watfer-irights 'sta'ked. ::If it'
tli
c mineri) o:
tlu; district havc-'donc bohaucle'w>rlr.
and needed'• roads or assistance i!
was "invariably forthcoming, as fur
had not been for this the miners.! insiance Volcanic Creek,
would, long ere .this... have been j ' Because'he has always consulted
frozen'out on all the creeks. ",„ | bi.s   constituents and lias kept then:
, Because he "broueht about a set- j riilly* informed through the prcs.-.
tleinent of the Miners' Ditch qu^'j aiid by public meetings oi all nation,, ami secured  free water for the j actions.   -
miner's ' who ""are"' working" "groiiiid j - Because heltas al\\\>.ya coudu-jled
appurtenant to the wa'ter record7;   ■' j hi.s  canvass   on   an houotable Ir-vi.-:
■ Because'Tic brought about *a set'-'
tle'men.l ,o'f the. water, dispute ou
Spruce,-securing the building of a
dam.;'aud' the measurement of the
water, thus doing away with an
immense amount of expensive liti-.
gation. . t ■
"Because he secured an amend'-'
tnent to the County . Court Act-,
"whereby all mining 'cases cm be
tried by the county court judge-,
thus preventing, the c'ompauys carrying.-their cases to the courts in
Vancouver, where, on account of
the cost, tlie individual' miner could
not go. ■ '   '        •   • •     '
, Because  he  seciued   an  auiend-
and   lias'  refused to descend to personalities or "knocking."'
Because he has shown bis ability
not 'only to look after his constituents but to take part in the large:
affairs of the country, as is show:
by the important positions he: hm
tilled' ou coni|t;i'.tees anci .'.•our..-is-
sions in thf legiilatun .
Because during iii.-> term uf o fie-.
his ai:tioi)S 'have been endorsed b;-'
both the local conservative and
liberal assocatious and approved by
the people at l.'iru.e.
.The al;ove aie fuel-, ensiy verific:
by any one, and in view of ihe.v-
faclSAvliat is to be guiiied by makiti.-
a   change  in   our   representative ■!
Vickers, Kershaw, ?vKggcrt,, 13?
FraserJ skip'; *. XV heeliiig;i Rbsselli;
Anderson; y. Tuesday S.~ -Bourne
skip; J., Cum'iuings, Bragg, H.
Young; io..» •K.D.-.petherstouliaiigh
skip;- l)owlihg,"AV-illianis, Gigot; y,-
.Thursday io',-—Suiith skip'- Vickers,
Kershawviiggert;io. IJoiirne skip;-,
J, Ctimmmg.s, ...Bragg, IL..YqAuig; 7
ment'iunking'-the scale of costs' in a
mining  suit  chargeable' at county [ tlii.s time.   -
iuslead of supreme court'rates. •';-    '•'   "Leave well enough alone.
'll/.K,.
, Endo/sed by the Local Liberal Association.   .   .
•'-■■-■ >-:■    ;•    • •■ >■■' - :- -•  ' ■ ■_ : Discovekv, B, C, (6th Septtmbe;'.
D.k: "H"; V.. Yol'n^;^L:P,T., AlliivB,. C,;.;     . .„.,   ..._._'... :
: Dear Sir^-Miaycheeii instructed by the Liberal .\ssuciatton lo tot-
ward to yot'i the* diiclosed" lesohitions, Wjhich,were passed .it last uigiitV'
■nieeting;-"*-•■-        .-».^-vi   •'-  «Yours-Iruly,,,IL H.;Bkuw.n,  Secretary.
KliSOi.yic»:—-That this ;-sj Association • heartily endorses the
action of !the'preseiit goveriiaieiit, in cancelling all leases. i]pt..co.inp!yiuiy
with tlie law,'aiid wohld-'furtlierjur^-e , upou-;.llie'.g(\yermi'i.eut.1tiial; each
.cancelled lease'-jetiiaiif'd'len for, t,v.'6' years ,1'roui' the date of cancellation..
K'US0LVKD::--That  this   A's'.soeiation urge tipon tii.e goyeniui'.',ni th•:
liecessif^tof..•haying a^iook pf.jIvivAsi-:' Ri-'.cokus in tiie Atlin office; oj>e;>
to public. inspection,   showing'the  amount  of assessment   wi
reiltals-ipaid, etc.'p for all-fveases'iu the Atlin District.
.„   .All of which b*s bacri brough*1 about by-our mflmbor.
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wmmmmmMmmmmmmMmmmm ./���  /  ATLIN.    B. C./: SATURDAY,       JANUARY iz. '.'too?-  -t  1Ita  Atlin Claim.  'flMH A'I'LIN C1.AIA1 is published cvenv iaturdav  MonNiNc. mailcd rncc To any paht or the  wonLn ron no ccnto rrn month ; *s.oo pen,  w.n. AovrriTisiNc nATtt: si.oq pup. inch kaow.  i^srnTioN; ncAniHo noticcs. 2s okm,t* k lima.  U^TCIAL   HATES    ON    APPLICATION.'  -fr��*~-  . ,, JOI* PRINTING :  ILL.IICAns, POOTCP.S, VI8ITINR   CAP.DG,  LCTTCH'HCAOS. PHOanAMMCK,       ETC.,  CPO..  OnDCMIi   PI.OMPTLV   CXCCUTED.  PRICES    MOOF.nATT.  reading are able lo give points on  any subject to those who think they  are.conferring a favor by honoring  us with their august presence when  the votes- are to- be'counted.. We  want mouied Bien in the-camp but  !lou Legitimate purposes only.  This Ati.in Cr,.uii Ptjur.ismNo Co.,. Ltd..  W.   PoT,r,Aii��.    Gk a nt.    Kditoii-Managku.  Dr. Youiig for Re-EIection.  Matters political have been simmering during the past w��ek audi  mimors of all sorts, colors and dimensions have , been rife. Atlin  surely must have wineless connection with the outside, there- is no.  other way lo account for the nun*-  , berless weird yarns that have been.  in circulation.  The opponents of the present administration are having, if we are to  believe current reponts, a v%ry hard  time inducing any one to, oppose-  ' Dr. Young. Name after iiaitne of  local gentlemen has been mentioned  but they have unanimously declined  to be made victims by a small coterie who represent absokiteliy aothiug  but themselves and their o.wi> votes.  If our information is correct these  manipulators, alter exhausting every  expedient to. induce- souae local man  to become th�� lamb, for th��- slaughter, wired to. like- outside and have  held out inducements and promises  which they should know tbey will  be unable to fulfil,, with- the hope of  inducing some one to. compete,������  and be relegated to, the class of tlae  'also ran.''  It is difficult to see the wisdoms  of this move. ' What is- wanted is. a  representative from amongst ourselves. One whose . interests are  identical with ours���one who understands our needs audi wilieudeaiv-  or to have them attended to.  What use- to us is a representative who onlry coiues to us at election time when he wants our votes,  giving hi exchange a 'glad hand"  and a patronising slap on the- back,,  coupled with vague promises that  Jive just long enough to be ulterecL  When he leaves the district, he literally 'leaves it1' behind? himi, audi  we arc, to use an old truism���-"out  of sight, our of mind.''  We notice that in connection witfiu  all the rumors of outside men, is.  coupled as an after thought, the  assertion that '.So and So' is coming  in with a barrel of money. What  for? Are we a lot of cattle to. be  bought at so much per head,, or aiie  we intelligent people who read and  think for ourselves and vote as. ona-  judgement dictates!.  Outsiders treat us very superciliously and with a contempt born o$  pine ignorance of the elements that  go to make up a mining- camp.  They credit us with just enough  intelligence to-act the part of dumb.  driven cattle, forgetting the fact  that niue tenths of our population  are woild wide travellers, taught  by experience to act and. think for  tihemselvcs,. and who,, from close  'ijjfiexvatiiyi. o�� ��y.eji.t* ajiii oaia��u,U  J. A. Hatvey, the Conservative  ' nominee foi; the- ricling.of Craw brook  is, according to tha- Cranbrook  Prospector, as sure of election as if  he weie already in his seat'at  Victoria..  R. A. Sniaill. partues of John  Anness, of Spruce Creek is paying  Atlin a visit. He will be for a time  an auxiliary force on the staff of the  "Atlin Claim." c Dick was at one  tiara 'd/eviP on the staff of hire  "Mataura Ensign." Gore,. New  Zealand..  Follawia�� is the result of the-  Monday night meeting of the Atlin  wbist rfu-h:���TabJe No. i.���Nichol-  Williams gain 5. ov��j Pillman-G. S��  Cummings. No. 2.���Wallace-J..  Cummings. gain 3. over Vickers-  Cameton.. Ncx 3,.���Bourne-Wheeling gain & over Dowling-Smith.  No. ^.���GaigruarGigojt gain 3, over  Fi?aser-Auderso��i."   ,  In the Iron- Store formerly  occupied by .Stables & Lumsden.  fancy aDd Stable  Groceries and Provision*  My Goods are all Fresh and  of the best quality.    Prices,  moderate.  The Iron Store,  First Street*  A��vwv*v��A^vw^vv^vvvvvvvv^^^^A^v^***^^^^^v*��^����^A^v*^r^*^��v  HortDertt Brewing Company, Dl  Konrai) Wawrecka, Managh*.  Brewers < of Lager Beer amd Porter��  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  Souvenir post cards of 'Winter in  the: Nofthiaiid,' at C. R. Kourne-Ss.  Now the- Iftiolidays aae- past,, call at  C. R. Bourne's for the latest uaveh  Pine Cree fiotel  ED.   SAN OS,   Proprietor,  A Strictly  First-Class   Hotel.  The KGOTEMAY HOTEL  OFEN DAY AND .NIGHT.  Til*- Bar is supplied  with   none   but  the- best brands of Liquors,  and Cigars.    First-class Billiard-and Pool Tables.  Unly the Choicest Wines,  Liquors  and  Cigar* used..  WSCOYKRY. Bl C.  Certificates of Improvements.  TI1C ROYAL HOTEL,  DIXON   4.  SCHUL2.,  PMpriaUrs.  Cantor Pearl and First Streets, Atlin. B. C.  F*RS7  CtASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICCST WINES. UQD08S ANO CWARS CAM COODS A SM.OUTT.  Sunrise and Sunset MftiArak Claims  SitUAir: in the Atlin Mining Diw��tori,.Cassiar  Dktciot. Wliero loouted : -rOn Indian.  Cneok, nour Fourth of July Creek..  T1AKK NOTICE Hint I,. Edward S. Wilkinson,,  n*. agent for Louisa I.eontiiie Graham.. Free  MiiiorVCeatiJlcnte No. iil.GUVniid: AJejuviden-  MeRonulri,, Fiico .Miner's Cei'tifici|��tt��-No.,B6��,  009fciiiti��!i<l-h 60 days, ficoui the diUe hereof, to.  npiil.v In the Minimi; Kwovder for Certi-H-  onAes- of Improvement, tptf tthe purpose oX  obtna��ii.':i:' Gnow.ii &cujiis.o!ft>ho-Qj5<>.xeel![Jjius.  And ffiu-llior tojto notice that n*thaji^undo��-  section *J7,,muKt be eowmeuced- before thv  issuaiiRO of such CeetUfcatcs el iwi/toto-.  meuts.  Datod tlila.2��5i��J4 Jivy of Ot-tol>ei-, 1806,  KV.WA.8tf. S.;\Vll.KINKON, P.L.S..  t^ja-TT Affen��..  5fove$ and Hardware!  IRON  PIPING.   STEEL   AND  BAR IRON,  DYNAMITE ANI> GEWGNITE,.  GASOLINE.  James T�� Ble^aD  SlfO��K�� UN Atiin and Discovkry.  Timber License.  NOTICK is heroli)' triven that utter thirty  day*, notice fca/n d/ite t Intend- to anpLn to.  tho Chfrf Cotumlsuioner of Lundannd Work a  lor SpnulnJ: Liceuw- to cuut and- carry away  timber firom tha following devciibed Inndi^  nitimtu on tho HOiith side of MeXee cceak. In  tlio Atlin Dint riot:  Cuihmeiieinc >H No. 1 post,, marked G..A...  iiorthuost corner, iilnntnd about one-Iinlt  mile on the south aide of McKee, thence,  uoiith HOclinlim, thonoe eont, SO clinkno,.thence,  north. SO olmluH,. thonee went 80 ohain* to,  point of commencement.  j.r.tm2 CEOllGK AIJA.MS..  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  66  99  Hampton   &   Duulo,.  Hiiggef  Discovery.  Proprietors.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  First-class Restaurant; in aitinectiou  January 14th and 27th  Salltnc fremStag way Op.m.  Direct to Vancouver aud Victoria..  'InanaporSlnt bji ra.lt or stoounet to. SeMtie without extra chars*..  We eivo qculok lervlce.     No Interniedlnt* ealli. XT     TD      TYl-i-a-i-r*  Ver ratec or information apply ta     XI,   X>��   X/Uilily  A cent* Skatr*��&*  The Atlin Market Co. Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   ak��  POULTRY OF AU KINDS. Dreswd to Order.  C~  BQ:ff.UlE.B.    64��jcuse��*.  \...  wmm ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY,       JANUARY is,    1907  "; i\  Sx. Martin's Chukcii or Emglakd.  Sunday  morning services are rendered nt  11 o'clock.   Wm. C. h. Ilathoni, lay render.  PlIEKMTTKHIA.N CllUSCH.  Sunday uioriiin;; srrviL'r:i,!l o'clo'.'ls.'    Sunday sel.ool   nt   12.1*.     Kveiiinc 'service 7.50.  Afternoon   sorvice   at   Discovery;     Sunday  school a*- 2. S3.  Pine City Paragraphs.    .  Last Saturday* afternoon and  evening tlie children of Discovery  and Atlin we'n*"the guests of Messrs  Sweet & Jainicson, managers of the  Discovery rink. The Atlin young  folks were taken up just after noon  in a big roomy sleigh. On arrival  at Discovery-, a, mixed game of  hockey was played, and games on  the ice indulged'in: About supper.  time an adjournment was made to  the A.B. hall where was provided a  tempting repast of coffee, sandwiches, cake-etc., Oranges, nuts and  candies. Needless to say the juveniles did full justice to them. The  older folks present probably enjoyed  themselves as much as the younger  ones, simply witnessing the energetic and determined way in which  the good things were attacked.  Jack Cartinel and Tom Hanna  obligingly supplied music and for a  time the ball resounded with the  laughter and shouts of the merry  gathering. All sorts of games were  introduced and thoroughly enjoyed  by young and old. No doubt the  occasion, will live in the memery of  the boys aud git Is as a "red letter  day.  Captain Newcomb of Vancouver,  suspended from command of the  Canadian fishery cruiser Kestrel  some time ago, has'been reinstated:  The captain has been proved innocent of the charges made. Captain  J. T. Walbran, who was temporarily iu command will be relieved.  Fresh   line ot staple groceries on  hand at E. L. Pillman's.   <���-  NOTICE.  NOTICE IS HliRKljy GIVICN that application will be made to the Legislative Ashsiii-  hly of the Province of Britiidi Columbia, ut  Uh next notion, for.au act to.inciirpoi-jte n  company with power to coimtruct, euuip,  maintain and operate a line or lines of railway, of stnndni'd or other ipiajro. with any  hind of motor power, for the conveyance of  passengers und freight: Commencing from  moiiio point In the valley of thndiilhat river,  nt the international boundary linn between  Alnsku and Itritlah Columbia: thence con-  tlnuinc up the valley of said river and  through the paw at the divide between the  headwater* of the Cliilknt unit the Tatshen-  ahini rivem: thence down the valley of the  Tiituhoiishiiii river to the boundary line between British Columbia and the Yukon Territory : And, with power to construct, operate nud niniiitaiu all necosary brldgci,  roads, .ways and ferries, ami to build, uc-  Miiire, own mid maintain wharves, and docks  in connection therewith, and to build, acquire, own, eiiuipr and maintain Kteam and  other vcxnels aud bouts, and to operate tlio  ���nine ou any navigable waters; and with  power to build, equip, operate ami maintain  toletrraph and telephone linen iu connection  with the said railway and branches, mid to  transmit messages far commercial purposes,  and to charge tolls therefor, and to generate  electricity for the supply of light, heat and  power; and with power to expropriate lands  for tlie purposes of the company, aud to acquire lands, monoy bonuses, privileges or  other aids from the government, municipal  corporation, or other persons or bodies, and  to levy and collect, tolls from all person:, lining, and on all freight passing over any ot  such roads, railways, ferries, wharves and  vessels built by the company: and with power to connect with and make truffle or other  arrangements with railway, steamboat or  other companion; and to exercise inch powers as are granted by parts IV and V of the  "Water Clauses Consolidation Act," and for  all other necessary or incidental rights,  powers and privileges iu that behalf.  Dated the 18th day of. December, A.D., 11)00.  1J0DWEM. A LA.WS0X.  Solicitors for ths applicants. jatfd  O.K.  BARBER SHOP.  .The British Columbia Mining  Exchange devotes several pages  illustrated with half-tone cuts, to a  splendid article on "Prince Rupert;  the Western Terminus of the Grand  Trunk Pacific.���Its Present and its  Future."���By Rosalind Watson  Young, M.I.M.E.  ' ��� mr  as,   ,>������  When you are feeling 'blue' don't  resort, to red-eye. It may change  the color to a rosy tint for a while,  but iu the morning it is more  opaque than ever.  While there's life on the lip, while  there's       .  Warmth in the wine,  One deep  health  I'll  pledge, aud  that health  Shall be thine.���Owen Meredif.li.  Let schoolmasters puzzle their brain  With grammar and nonsense aud  learning ;  Good liquor, I stoutly maintain,'  Gives genius a better discerning.  ���Oliver Goldsmith.  Then   fill. the   bowl,   away   with  gloom!   '      ���  Our joy shall always last!  For hope will brighten days to come,  And memory gild the past.  ���Thomas Moore.  Driuk, for you know not  When you came, nor why;  Drink, for you know not why  You go, nor whence.  ���Omar Khayyam.  McDonald's   Grocery    makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter, j  J. \V. THOMPSON, MANAGER.  ..._,, BATHS, FIFTY XENTS  Private Entrance for Ladies.  ATLINTO LODGE  A. F. 4. A. M.  No. 42, G. R. H. C.  a Kegulnr communications held ou the first  Thursday of each month  in the A. O. U. W. Hall.  Third Street.  Visiting brethren cordially Invited  Highest  Prices Paid For  Furs I  LOUIS  LEVY  Representing: Joseph Ullman, N. T.  Will make Regular Trips  to Atlin to bny FTnrs.  ntt  Synopsis of Canadian flomestead  Regulations.  A NY available Dominion Lands within  _��tk. the Railway licit in British Columbia,  may be homesteaded by any person who is  the sola head of a family, or any male over IS  year* of ae��, to the extent of onc-uunrter  section of ISO acres more or less.  Entry must he made personally at the local  land office for tho district iu which the land  is situate.  The homesteader is required to perform  the conditions connected therewith under  one of the following plans:  (1) At least six mouths' residence upon aud  cultivation of the laud in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is  deceased) of the homesteader resides upon a  farm iu the vicinity of the land entered for,  tho requirements as to resldenco may be  satisfied by such person residing with the  father or mother.  (S) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming laud owned by him in  the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be, satisfied by  residence upon the aatd laud.  Six months' notice In writinc should be  I>1 ven to shoCoramlssioaor of Dominion Lands  at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per aero  for soft coal and 120 for anthraeite. Not more  than 120 aerea can bo acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate of  ton cents per ton of 1,000 poiindu sliull he collected on the gross output.  W.W.CORY.  Depnty of the Minister of the Interior  N.B.���Utiauthoriaed publication of this ad-  veVUsemeTSt will not be paid for. jrSI-Sm  J>..  EJa.  J?4    J&     ��g&    J*    jfr     t&    aS-*'  iwaBBrasgaaagsaBiaCTiiaaLas^  rvs  THE ATLIN T  CO., LD  FULL LINES OF  and -racy, groceries  Flour,   Meats,   Hay  and  Oats,  Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,  Furniture, Crockery and Glassware,  Carpets,  Oilcloth  and   Linoleums.  Best "Cash Prices"'Given in the District  ^r  ilseftiB  Why bend out when you can get goods as chkai- iikiie ?  Atlin, Nugget and Grape Rings and all hinds of Jewelry manu  factured on the premises.  Fine New Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Diamonds  Watches from $5.00 up. Airents for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  JULES ESGERT & SON, atlin and discovery,  safety Deposit Vaults.      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewelrs.  KSO��H  -��-��-��-��-��� a ���<$  &rg;.ain*s  TheySTareZWalting^for   Youl  "'CLOTHING,  OnrpoSsi and; Mouse Furnishings.  FULL   LINE    OF    BOOTS    and    SHOES,  also    GOLD   SEAL    HIP   GUM    BOOTS.  E�� Brown-&'  Atlin and  ��9   Discovery, B. C.  Successors to J. H. Richardson.  The  Canadian   Bank  of   ���  CAPITAL    PAID   UP   $10,000,000.  Rbskkvk, $5,000,000.  Branches of the Bank at .Seattle,  San Francisco,  ' " Portland,  Skagway, ete.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Gouu Dust Puuchaskd.  Ati.in Branch. J. A. SMITH, Malinger. 1
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