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 ^. Uffstative' ^  JAN1 18 1908  {pro  4/ "���(!  VOL.  26.  ATLIN. B. C, SATURDAY.  JANUARY 4, .90S.  NC. 44;-  TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting News  From Many Quartet's.  [Sl-KOIA*. TO TUB UU11I.1  Loudon, Jan. 2nd. :'-  The body of Drupe has been cx-  hurued, and the coffin found to contain the remains of a'human body;  thus proving thc falsity of Caldwell's  story that the casket contained lead.  Caldwell is under $5,000 bond to  answer a charge of perjury.  Field, B.C. Jan. 2nd. :-  "    Three Italians were killed   by an  explosion of dynamite at' a  railway  grading camp.    Several  others had  -narrow escapes from  pieces, of" flying rock.  ' London, Jan. 2nd. :-  Strong anti-Japanese sentiment is  growing in England*:since  the  late  demonstrations iu British Columbia.  -Mr. Nosse, the* Japanese Consul  General at Ottawa has been' recalled, this is.considered as evidence of  unfriendliness.  Ottawa, Ont'j'Jan. 2nd. :-  Mr.   Deloges,     the   government  printer,   was    suffocated;,   and   his  ���"'seven year old sou died from  burns  received in a fire  which  destroyed  the home.    The fire was caused by  his wife upsetting a lamp.  -"Vancouver, B.C., Jan. 2tid. :-  The new C.P.R.   steamer,   Princess Ena, which   left, Liverpool  ou  October the 3.rst.   will   arrive   here  on Saturday.  Stocton; Calif., Jan. 2nd. :-  Bishop S. Garrison, acting as a  detective; exposed frauds of spiritualists, he received $10,000 for his  services from Daniel Gainer, whom  the spooks had influenced to part  with a large sum of money.  Rome, Jan. 2nd. :-  A dynamite.bomb-was thrown into the .Stock Exchange on Tuesday,  wrecking the building..  Eighteen bodies were recovered,  others still under the debris.  It is believed that the bomb was  used to prevent the customary ending of the month's liquidation.  ���  Ottawa, Out. Jan.2nd. :���-  .  Dr. Turcot I, Liberal is elected   in  Nicolet; with over 500 majority.,  , Nicolet is an old  time  Conservar  live constituency which  went Liberal at last general election.  Hamilton,,Our. Jan. 2nd. :-  Two mere cases, of what is believed to be smallpox have been reported to tne health officer here and  everything possible is being done to  prevent it spreading.  Constantinople, Jan. 2nd'. :-  One   hundred  deaths  daily   arc  occurring from cholera amongst the  pilgrims to Mecca.  ..��� St. John's Day  Celebfafloa.  The ' BRETI-IKREN OF THE  MYS'lTC TIE ". as' represented in  Atliu by the Members of "Atiinto"  Lodge A.F.4A.M., No. 42, G.R  B.C.,-celebrated St. John's Day, the  27th". inst., by a Communication'at  3 o'clock p.m. at which all ordinary  b'usines:*.,. including the reception cf  Annual Reports, Etc. was disposed  of. '. The'.'Lodge was-then called off  until 6.30 p.m. ��� when- the undermentioned'. Officers were Installed  and Invested by R.W. Bro.'J. A.  Fraser. D.D.G.M. ably assisted, by  W: Bro. F.W.Dowling, Grand Steward.  The Officers installed aud invested, were:-  I. P.M  , w.  Bro. Dowling  W.M.,  W.  "     Williams  SAY..  "   Taylor  J.W.,  "   Eggert ���  Chaplain   '  "   Gould  Treas.  R.W  . "   Fraser  Sec.  "   Conley  S.D.  "   Reid  J.D.  ". Regan  S.S.  "   Mark us  J.S.  "���   Molyncaux  I.G.  " ��� MaCartney  Tvler  "    Webster  New York, Jan. 2nd. :-  Thaw's trial'begins on Monday  next. Judge Dowling issued orders  forbidding nil women entrance to  the Court room, except members.of  the Thaw family.  Bros. Wm. Morrison and J. T.  Regan were elected Auditors, and  Bro. F. M. Mohley is slated for the  office of D. of C, hut being absent  could not be invested.  A iter the conclusion of this very  interesting^ and impressive ceremony  the Lodge was closed and the Brethren adjourned to the Kootenay  Hall to receive and welcome, those  of their friends and neighbours, who  availed themselves of the invitation  to join with them in whiling away  a few hours, treading the jolly mazes  of the dance. A goodly number  was thus assembled and a most enjoyable evening was spent in "tripping tha light, fantastic" to the inspiriting strains of the 'Veteran  Violinist', Prof.,   Tomas*o   Hanna,  JAPANESE RIOT IN. VANCOUVER.  O     OOOO     o     o     11  Armed with knives.   Injure several men.  Apparently looking for trouble.   Several  arrested.  Vancouver, B.C. :���  Three memders of the city fire department accidentally^  broke a pane of glass iu a Japanese boarding house oh  New Year's night. Men endeavoured to explain the accident, and offered to pay for tbe damage; but an excited  crowd of Japanese armed, with knives surrounded them; J.  McDonald was stabbed in the neck, but managed, to get  away; R. Frost had his face cut into ribbons, aud his nose  cut off, G. Anderson is severely cut about tbe neck aud  arms. Several Japanese were arrested.  ably supported and accompanied by  Mous. Cartmello, who, in their own  well-known, inimitable style, generously assisted by Mrs. ' Costigan  aud Miss Ethel Pillman,- discoursed  sweet'music so acceptably as to in-;  spire even the old, sedate members  to unusual terpsc-ehorean efforts.'  About mid-night a bounteous re-  pastof dainty and appetizing refreshments was invitingly spread before  the guests in the Dining Room, lo  which one and all appeared to do  full justice.  Dancing was again resumed and  continued with unflagging energy  and /est until well beyond the 'wee  sma' 'ours' when the revellers dispersed, in full sympathy with the  Masonic-sentiment " Happy to meet,  Sorry' to part, Happy to meet  again.'  work will be begun on the line,  with the prospects of a completion  on July the 31st. From 300 to 500  tons a day'can be shipped.  Quick Recovery Predicted  From Financial Crisis.  WHITE PASS,TO  .. BUILD BRANCH.  Returning to Seattle, from southeastern Alaska, where he has been  overseeing the work of his company  for the past seven1 months, A. L.  Berdoe, .general manager of the  White Pass and Yukon Railroad,  bring.-: assurances of employment of  several thousand additional miners  in the development of the While  Ilorsennd Windy Arm' copper dis-,  trict next spring. In order to carry  out this mining development,, a spur  os the White Pass road twelve miles  long will be built into the heart of  the copper district. ,  The proposed branch extention  of'tlic White Pass nnd Yukon road  will leave the present main line at  a point two and onehalf miles south  of Miles Canyon. The main branch  will he twelve aud. one half miles  long with five or six miles of sidings  tht latter to bring, the road within.a  'lew'hundred feet ofthe various operations. Canadian parliamentary  rights have been applied for and the  " The financiers in ihe east "tell us  that the worst of the money flurry  is -"wcr, and that the recovery will  be much quicker than in other fi-.  naiictal troubles.  Well, it cannot come any toosoou  for us. We must admit, however,  il report be correct ofthe thousands  of idle men in the Pacific Northwest, that we are only really beginning to feel the effect of frenzied finance operations carried on for the  last several years in the east.  O'Donnel  Creek.  Mr. Robert McKee, who is largely identified in the mining interests  of the district, left Allin last Monday; travelling with the mail carriers to Log Cabin en route for New  York, ou important mining business.  Mr McKee will return to Atlin in  the spring, with the necessary plant  to continue work on his leases.  We wish him br.n voyage and a  speedy return to the golden north.  AT  OTTAWA.  Mr.. SLOAN OH THE ORIENTAL  QUESTION,  Mr. Sloan in an able speech supported the resolution 'That steps  should be taken to restrict the influx of oriental in:migrants into  Canada. ��� Inasmuch as the policy  ofthe government concerning Chinese-immigration has proved entirely  satisfactory, a defined policy should  be immediately put into operation  looking to. tho -accomplishment of  equally satisfactory results 'with regard to all other oticnial in*t-' i-  2rants';     \  \  ;,'  ,r-  o  4  7|  ���^1  '    W  ill*  Iii'?  f'S1*1  ft  ��� (ml  sW'I  ��  S-SPt  if  -J  IvSa.  1  ff ATLIN,   B. C���    SATURDAY,   JANUARY 4,    1908.  un  THE ATLIN CLAIA1 is pudliskcd even*/ satuhoay  mor.mrfcJ M.ML.r.o rntiz to any rAn-r or the  wonLD ron eo cents Ptn mohth : fo.oo pen  YtAR. advertising hates : 91.00 per. inch rACH  inscrmoN; ncAcina notices, ��n cimts a line.  ��� ^rCIAL   RATES    Ofl    APPLICATION.  ~*r>*~  JOB PRINTING :  mLL.nlABa, posters, viainne. carton  LETTER- HEADS. PROCnAMMtl,       ITC,  ETC.  ORBEflS   PnOMPTLY    EXECUTED.'  PfllCCS   MODERATE.  Tub ATMS Claim Prjnr.isniSQ Co,, Ltd.  W. POLI.A?in. GltAKT.        MASAGEl'-mi'tRCTOIi.  ",The Atlin Claim " now enters  its ninth year. We have passed  through many seasons'of hard times,  and, we now have the satisfaction  of seeing a smoother path in the  prosperous progress aiid in the geti-  eral development of the district.  The press is always a great power,  for good or evil; that, ' The Claim '  has invariably worked well foi the  permanent good of the district must  be acknowledged by our readers,  and, we hope our efforts are duly  appreciated. We would take this  opportunity to solicit our readers;  and, the mining community in particular, to continue their supportto  the paper; not only by subscribing  to its cost, but, also, by assisting in  promulgating all interesting news  concerning the district for the edification of the public. The time  has arrived for Atlin to assert herself as a permanent goldfield of considerable importance,-we have every  justification for so doing, - and it  will rest in chief measure with the  people of the district, whether a  great impetus be given this year to  their industry and enterprise, or,  whether our progress in the mining  world be postponed.  ' Forward ' - is our motto!  a series of transactions, the principal, and a fair rate of interest is returned, then this form of investment  must be considered a profitable one;  and that it is so profitable is found  by. those who investigate the matter.  These ' notes ' ofr the prospects  have, however, to pass through the  hands of promoters who. too often,  not content with a regular commission, raise the ' notes ' or add oh  such a premium, that but a small  percentage of the original loan is  available for the development of the  prospect.  A prospect which gets, say $10,  000, might pay back such loan  doubled or trebled, but why^should  it be saddled with a debt of $500,000  and expected to pay it back with  interest ? Is it any wonder that a  prospect like this becomes a failure ?  Why should not mining investment he entered into as would any  commercial business - only after  serious investigation ?  If the investing public. - the real  lenders of the money _ to the prospects - would exercise ordinary business caution and see to it that the  money for the stock they buy is  used as it should be - ON1 WORK  and not to fatten the promoter -  there would be more successful  working mines 'in the district today   *������-���  ���9  N. O. WHEELING  ��  ���  Fresh Fruit and Vegetables  A11 ways   on   hand  First Street.  I The Iron Store,  *\ ���  ���W*��y������qw������*#'��'*w'��r^^^  POOL ROOM  GOOD  STABLING  Nearly every accessible part of  the district has been mere or less  prospected, and many of the ' prospects ' are being developed with  good promises of success, while  others which are' known to carry  valuable mineral must necessarily  lie'dormant, until thc growth of the  country provides sufficiently good  transportation facilities, to enable  them tojbe opened up.  Prospects are "promises", and the  degree of;faith placed in their fulfil-  inent^will be measured by the manner in which our mines - the prospects of a few years ago - are now;  fulfillingltlie promises then given.  Prospects may also be said to borrow money on promissory notes,and  unfortunately, some ' promising  prospects 'Shave .failed to meet their  obligations, with the result that the  capitalist can only be induced to  advance money by the expectation  of a high premium and a large rate  of interest on the loan.  In consideration of such high premium and rale of interest the lender  most necessarily expect to make  losses in individual cases, but if,   iu  Board of  Trade.  A council meeting of the Board  vras held on Monday the 30th, ult.  at which the questions in reference  to the Atlinto River, the road to  Carcross via Tagish, and the reduction of Freight Rates were discussed.  Resolutions were passed for the  consideration of the next general  meeting of the Board; which, will  take place on Thursday the 9th.  inst. at 8p.m. at the Court House.  Conservatives "of B.C.  at Vancouver.  There were 400 delegates present  at this convention; the objects of  which are :���  To promote and' develop general  interest in Dominion and Provincial  politics, and Government, advance  the interests of the Conservative  party in British Columbia, organize  and aid Conservative Clubs, associations and societies which shall be  agencies for local work, and by legitimate methods secure the return  of Conservatives in provincial and  federal elections.  The resolutions unanimously adopted, were :������  Congratulations to Sir Charles  Tupper upon his merited elevation  to the Privy Council ofthe Empire.  Confidence iu Hon. R. L. Borden  as Federal Conservative leader, approval of his platform and appreciation of his efforts to strengthen  the party in Western Canada.  Approval of the policy of the Mc.  Bride administration, which has resulted in the successful and prosper?  ous conditions in the province today,  praise for the Premier's fight for  Betier Terms, and a pledge to sup-  THE GOLD   HOUSE  DISCOVERY, B.C.  THE   DINING   ROOM   IS   UNDER   THE   SUPERVISION    OF  MRS. ROXBOROUGH.      GOOD SLEEPING ACCOMMODATION  ONLY THE BEST QUALITY OF   GOODS USED AT THE BAR  BAKERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL.  JOHN ROXBOROUGH, PROPRIETR.  irewfftiji Company, til  Sonrao Wawrecka, Manager.  Brewers  of Lager IBeer an�� Porter  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  &JP&&0&9        **&H*)^>*&&*#&*&JH**&-**+0i ���&&-&&*.&��'.>&&*#�����&&  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  ��o��  The Bar is supplied   with   none   but   the  best brands of Liquors  and Cigars.    First-class Billiard and Pool Tables.  / - '     ������'*  DIXON   4,   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CllOICtSr WINES. ItgUORS AND CIGAKS CASE GOODS A   SPtCIALIY.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, -  Atli  n, B. C.    ��  *��'���'���' _ A  ���v-  ATLIN,   B.  C, SATURDAY,    JANUARY 4,     1908:  port the continued struggle until  the rights of British Columbia are  fully secured.  Approving the course of the province and condemning that of the  Dominion in regard to ��� Asiatic immigration and control ofthe fisheries of the province.  ������ Favoring a census in British Columbia every five years, the extension of thc protective tariff for the  benefit of the lumber and silver-lead  industries, and an early readjust-  f-thc areas of Indian reserves  -m  ��� V. II V V*  to make unused   portions  available  for .settlement.  In praise of the provincial government for its comprehensive inquiry in the subject of irrigation.  In condemnation of thc policy of  graft now being permitted aud encouraged by the Liberal party in  administration of public monies,  their lack of purity in elections, and  the delaying of elections in certain  constituencies until after the results  in the general elections'are known.  Mr. R. L. Borden was elected by  cthe Association as  the    First Hon.  President,  TO'CONSUMPTIVES.  B. C. Fruit Laurels.  Again British Columbia fruit has  repeated its triumphs of other years  in Great Britain The Gold Medal  of the Scottish Horticultural Society  has been taken at Edinburgh, the  gold medal at Sheffield show, the  highest certificate of merit at the  Tuu bridge show, and a silver medal  at the Crystal Palac-*, Loudon.  The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means,  after'suffering for several years with  a severe lung affection, rind that  dread disease Consumption, is  anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers thc means of cure.  To those who desire it, lie will  cheerfully send (free of charge) a  cony of the prescription used, which  they will find a cure for Consumption, Asthma, Catarrh," Bronchitis and all throat arid lung  Mai.amhs. 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. Wilson,  Brooklyn, N.Y.  w<*Kva&x2.^tt^*&&Q&-a&'>y^oQ^ :���-. ^cjh***  iiei  FPU^SH.   DRESSED  MEATS  POULTRY  OF ALL KINDS, ON H&NP, ,  -  7 L. S c h �� f t. ,  Certificates of Improvement.  Postal Service Report.  The . report of thej^Postmaster  General for the nine mouths ended  Match 31st, 1907.', shows that there  was an increase of 236 in the number of Post Offices.  The gross revenue for the same  period amounted to $6,535,093,18,  and the expenditures, including the  Yukon and Atlin districts, amounted to $5,452,791,59. The surplus  is therefore, $1,082,301,59.  Since the first returns after confederation in'1868, when^there was  a surplus of $13,560, ' there*'have  been regular deficits until 1902,  since that time- the surpluses have  increased regularly to the present. ,  ';.-3Tlie-deficits of 1901 amounted to  $416,183,99. The surplus of ..1902  was $5,109,14. The returns for  nine months is more than twenty  times that amount.  Maeftlng etrd Mineral Claim.  Situate In the Atlin Mlnlns Division, Cassiar  District. Where located: ���In Rainy  Hollow.  TAKK NOTICE that I, Joseph H. Chisel of  Ilains Alaska.  Free .Miner's Certificate ITe. nlHSO  liiteml, CO days from tho date hereof, to  apply to tlieMinlns Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for, tho purpose "of  obtaining Crown Grant of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 31, must be, commenced before the  Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this seeend flay of OeTob#r, a ft VS07.  Joseph II. Chisel.  N80 9t  fmi.  itAiMToir.  JJLXIKS    DTJ*RI��.  Certificate of Improvements.  State of Montana    Mineral   Claim.  Situated In the Atlin   mining; division of  Cassiar   District where located:   Rainy  Hollow.  TAKE NOTICK that t Joseph  B. Ctilsal of  Haiits Alaska Free Minors Cotlflcate No Hill  30 intend sixty days from tho date hereof to  apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of  improvements   for   tho   purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above Claim  And further tnho notice that action under  Section .17  must   be commenced  before   the  issuance of such Certificate of improvement.  Dated this Second day of October A. D. 1907.  Joseph H. Chisel.  oSD'St  Ask at your Library for  ,'The Love Story of Giraldus."  A Romance of the Twelfth Century  BY  Alice Ctinninghame.  .' Get]Ja ��� copyj^of .gthe illustrated  ���edition "Songs of a]*Sourdough",  a few left at Bourne's.  Certificate of   improvements.  Arizona   Mineral   Claim.  Situated In the  Atlin  Mlnln~ Dlvlson  of  Cassiar District where Located: Iu Rainy  Hollow.  TAKE NOTICK that I Joseph B.  Phliel of  Ilains Alalia.  I'rno Minora Certificate So n HIS!) Intend  Sixty days from the date hereof to apply to  tho .Mining Iteeurder for a ecrtlflonfo of Improvements for tho purpose of ohtalniu a  Crown Grant of the above Claim.  And further fake notlco that action mider  Section 37  must be oommencod  before   the  Issuance of such   Certificate, of    Improvements.  Dated this second day of October, *. r>. IS01  Joseph, H. Chisel.  OS3-W  Certificate of Improvement.  Adams and New York Mineral Claim  Situate In the Atlin Mining Division,Causiur  District. Whero located:- In Kniny Hollow.  TAK li NOTICE that I. M. J. O'Connor, Kroo  Miners Certificate No HlllUS, Intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to tha  Mlninjr Kncorrter for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further tnko notice that notion, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements  Dated this third day or November A.D.1S07  M.J.O'Coauor.  .74   It  CFk  11 tig get Bo-Hi  DISCOVERY   B.   C.  The Bar Is Stocked with Choice Goods  -   ,       First Class Dining Room In Connectloa.  HlJADQUATURS FOR DIXON & SCHUW STACK.  >t��ve& and Hardware-!  IRON  PIPING,   STEEL  AND   BAR IRON,'  DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,       ���  GASOLINE.  STEEL SHINGLES akd CORRUGATED IRON.  Stores in Atlin and Discovery.  "*>���������-��-��>-��������> ���������������<���>�������-<  *=o<n  H. E. BROWN & CO.  Successors t* J. H. Richards****.  latest styles in gent's furnishings  dry goods, carpets, house furnishings,  gold seal hip gum boots and shoes,  full line of miners gloves and mitts.  Stores at atlin and discovery.    ,  3 a �� �� 9 9 ��-���� 0 �� �����>�����������������������<< SO&4H  i-O-O �����������* + +**-*+��  THE   VANCOUVER   HOTEL.  First S��.   Atlin B.   C.  CHOICE WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  First Class Rooms Well Heated t  S.   Johnslaa.        Prop.  THE   KIRKLAND   HOTEL.  J*&&&&4>s��Jr&  First  Street Atlin  B. C.  Good   Accomodations Neat  Clean Rooms.  ALEX.   SMITH. PROPRIETOR.  ri-  I  I'-fc  i k  "! ������?  m  'Sv*?  ifl  \m  i&S  it'M  .jjii.  .���a -  w  Mi  I  w  mil  mi  I  T't  r ATLIN,    B.   C.      SATURDAY,  JANUARY-4,  1908.  NOTICE.  Take Notice that I; Grant Reid  agent for the late Thomas Tugwell  shall apply to the Board of License  Commissioners ofthe Atlin License  District at a special meeting to be  held on January 31-st. 190S, for the  transfer of the hotel License of the  " Log Cabin Hotel " at Log Cabin  B. C, to Miss L. Tugwell. of Log  Cabin, B. C.  Signed       Grant Reid.  Agent,  J4- 4-  Local and General News.  The Temperatures for the  Week  Eliding January   the 4th 190S.  mas. mill.  2.0  ���5-5  10.0. .  o   7;  o  "4; ���  2.6  Mne  DISCOvkuy, b: c.  FIKST-CI.ASS DINING ROO.M  GOOD CUSAN ROOMS      '    '  ONLY   THE   IJKST GOODS  USiiD AT Till* IIA It.  ED.   SANDS,  Proprietor  28th  24.0  29th  2S.0  3��th  30.5  31st  10.0  I St  ���   3-5  2nd  7-5  3rd  1S.0  Atlin Assessment District.  .NOTICK IS IIHI'I'IIY GIVKN, in accordance with thc Statutes, that. Provincial Revenue Tax and all ;i.s.scs��cd taxes and income  tax, :>sso��scd and levied under the "Assessment. Act" and amendments thereto, are now  due nnd payable for the year 19US. All taxes  colloctihlo for the Atlin Assessment District  arc due and payable ut. my olliee, .situated  at. the Court House, iu tlu> town of Atlin.  This notice, in terms of law, is equivalent  to a personal demand hy mc upon all persons  liahlq for tuxes.  J. A. PHASER,  Assessor and o Hector,  Atliu Assessment District.  .'Atliu. B.C.  Atlin, IJ.C. January, 2nd. ID'S  Installation of Officers.  The Allin Lodge ofthe aTo.UAV  will hold a public installation of  officers at their Hall, oh the evening  of the Sth. instant.  A suitable programme has' been  arranged for the entertainment ol  the guests of the occasion.  BOBBIK   BURNS'-  BIRTHDAY.    ;.  It has been suggested that an' entertainment of some sort should be  held in honour ��� of the above, and  that the proceeds should be for the  benefit of John McLennan, late of  Spruce Creek, and who is now undergoing treatment iu the Royal Infirmary, Scotland.  Everyone interested is requested  is requested to attend a meeting on  Monday evening at 7 o'olock in  the dining room of the Vancouver  Hotel.  Schools   Reopen.  The public schools of Atlin and  Discovery, will re-open for the  Sgring term on Monday next thc  6th. inst. c  Get a copy of the Illustrated  Edition "Songs of a Sourdough":  a'few left at Bournes.  Mr. George Adams, and Mr. Al.  Toots of McKee Creek are visitin*.*  in town this week.  Kresh assortment Lowney'-  crcams and chocolate nuts at  C. R7 Bourn*:.  Synoptic of Ca-tafiitn HoOcstead Ite^nlatiou*]  A NY available Dominion I.r.ns within .  /"A the Railway Holt in.Uritish Columbia  may be, homesteaded hy any person r.-ho is  the sole head of a family, or any male over 18  years of apre, to tho extent.of one-quarter  Section oT 1CU acres more or less.  Entry must he made personally fit the toeai  laud office for thc district iu which the land  is situate.  The homesteader Is required to perform  tlto conditions connected 'therewith under  on* of thc followiii;-'plans:  (1) At least six mouths' rcufdenee upon aud  cultivation of the land iu cach'-year for three  years.  (2) If tlie father Cor mot?ier, If tne fattier Is  deceased) of tlio homesteader resides upon n  farm in the vicinity of thc land entered for,  tlie requirements as to rcsideuco may he  satisfied by such person residing .with the  father or mother.  ('.!) If the settler Tin.") Ms permanent residence upon fai'iiiinfr land owned by him in  the vicinity of his homestead, -tile * requirements as to residence may be satisfied by  residence upon the said laud.  Six months' notice In writing should be  given totiieCommissionerof Dominion Lands  at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may bo purchased at ?10 per aero  for soft coal and $20 for anthracite. Not more  than 320 acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Koyalty at the rate of  ten cents per ton of 2,0(10 pounds shall he collected on thc ^ross output.  tv. w.coar.  Deputy of tho Minister of the Interior  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not he paid for. jy21-6m  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  B. C.   COAST  SERVICE.  i ...'...'.-.,  Princ@33. May  JAN. 13 :29.  Sallins from Skagway. 8 p.m.     '  Direct to Vancouver and Victoria..  Trauiportlnj; hy roll or steamer to Scattlo without extra' charge.  STOP-OV12ES   AM.OWK1).  clccttto tnjr part'or-the world,  l'or rates  or information apply to   F.   ��H '.    VV.    JLOWJe,  Agent. Skagway.  r.      BARBER SHOP.  j. W. THOMPSON, Prop.  FIRST-CLASS SERVICE ONLY  Latest   novels    and     magazines  arriving each maili.it  C. R. Bournes.  <)��t<�� Q-��-0~Q-��-O-0-��-��-��-fr-fr-��-���� +* *t> d<$> <3t>-��-0-** +-0-*-*-*-ir++~t~*-*-*- * ��� ��� �� ��-fr-��-��<tf  USE ODE ADVERTISING  ' - .COLUMNS.    ���    ' '  mi oOc     "'  '��� ��'  Placing before the public c  the many, advantages of  the district is the object of  ea*a<*c^a^O'*a^o<^����<f>o��acs'��o*C!Oc����-o<>o-��o��o*v'>C'��o*':'*  This cannot be success  fully accomplished without the generous support of  the business people and  the residents.  -*&*-  SEND US YOUR SUBSCRIPTION  ���fr��-��-o-��-o e< �� ��� < 9 o-��-��-��-��-��o-o-��-*-��-��-e^>3>*-��-��-��-*-��-e-��-��'���-���-�����������-���-���-���-�����������-*-��-���-��-e-*^  TTiir sexu out when rou car get coomb as cubai* iiekei1  Allin, Nugget and   Grape   Rings am' all ltinds of Jewelry maim  factured on the premises.  Kino ��� New Stoclt of   Watches,  Clocks, Jewelry   and   Diamonds  Watches from $.1.00 up. Agents for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glsso, Har.tl Painted China, Souvenir Spoon  JULES EOOERT & SON, atwand. discovery,".-.  I ��� '   . '   i    7  sauiy D��pB��it vault a      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jcw'crs  ssmms


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