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 &~*4  &  vol. ar,:  ATLIN,   B. C, SATURDAY,       JANUARY 25, 190S.  NC.  ���145  rKLEGJRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting News  From Many Quarters.  ���' [BP��OIAI.  to  tll��   <;t,AI)l.l  Special Telegrams to tha Claim:  Jan.23rd.1908.  London ':-  The di-astic.Aiiti-immigralion legislation put in force by the Transvaal government has developed a  crisis.  The Home government finds itself confronted by the most serious  imperial question it has yet encountered.  The Hindoos are  holding  indignation meetings and processions.  They   protest   against  laws   which  aie only'applicable to criminals and  slaves.  Hazlelon, B.C. :- .  A rich gold strike is reported on  the Ingenica and Findlay Rivers,  distant about 150 miles east. The  news has caused a stampede here.  The gold is coarse and the dig-  gins,are said to be shallow.  Calgary, Alta. :-  About 40 Rinks from different  points will take part in ' the bon-  apeil.  'Alberta has received the .gold  medal and diploma for the excellent  exhibit shown last year at the Toronto Exhibition.  Victoria, B.C. :-  The  C.P.R.   Hotel " Empress '  which is said to be the. finest in the  world, has been opened with a lunch  to the pressmen of British Columbia.  Chicago :-  Eleven newsboys have been arrested for shouting " War declared  between United States and Japan.!"  The boys did a large business before the police stopped the war.  London :-  The Steatneis Amsterdam and  Axmliisler collided In a dense fog  off Amsterdam, ��� and, were- badly  damaged, they succeeded in reaching the- beach after transferring  most of lite: passengers to the Ax-  minster. Others took to the lifeboats, one of which, containing 28  persons-is still missing.  Berlin :-  Two thousand unemployed eu-  deavoured to. reach, the Reichstag  building, but met with strong resistance from police and soldiers.    The  Mob   obtained a  supply   of. bricks  and chargtd the officers.  Alter the fight, a large number  from both sides were picked up who  were seriously wounded.  ���   Tokio :���-     ,    .  The Japanese government has  given notice that immigration'" to  the Hawaianjlslands must cease.  Ottawa, Ont..:-  Mr. Lemieux spoke tor three  hours on the immigration question;  the speecji was a wearisome defence  of his own   actions  in   the  matter.  The only fact of any importance,  was'the reading of an informal note  given to him by' the Minister of  Foreign Affairs. Hayasbi; ..which  stated, although the ��� Japanese had  perfect fjght to enter, travel and  reside.'iu Canada', Japan would meet  the-desires .of the. g'overnuient of  the Dominion, " As far as U compatible with the spirit of the treaty  and the Slate."  SOVEREIGN BANK  OF CANADA ''  GOES INTO LIQUIDATION.  . This Batik which has a capitalization of $3,000,000, paid up, and  has 76 branches throughout fCan-  ada, has announced that.it will go  into liquidation.   ������  It is declared that the depositors  will lose nothing; and that the  Chartered Batiks will stand by in  case of difficulty: the sworth of  the Sovereign Bank's paper now in'  circulation depends on whether the  Chattered Banks support them or  not.  Exchange.  SPRUCE CREEK.  What might have proved a very  serious accident, ocenred on Sqruce  Creek last Monday.  Anderson and McCartnay, who are  working a lay on Mrs. Callaghan's  ground, were taking up the track,  one of their picks struck part of a  slick of dynamite which had been  left there by some person, whose  criminarnegligctice cannot .be too  severely criticised;'" the powder exploded causing very painful injuries  to both Anderson and McCartnay,  but we are glad to hear that Pete's  eyesight is not in danger, and that  both will be about again in a few  days, none the wor^e for their  nerve-shattering experience.  CURLING.  ' The Atlin and Discovery,  Curling: Clubs in full swing.  Once more this popular game is  holding the principle place in conversation and 'wicks' 'hogs' 'draws'  etc. assail the ears of the uninitiated  with somewhat of a shock.  The season opened last Saturday",  when a good crowd came down  from Discovery, four Teams with  their supporters, and a few with  skates ! Great enthusiasm was displayed, especially by the ladies, and  if they continue to support the game  with their presence and applause, as  they did' on Saturday .last, the  friendly rivalry which now exists  between Discovery and Atlin should  reach- a high pitch with. such a  stimulus, and many good, keenly  contested matches result.  Of the lour games played, Atlin  had the best of it, managing to win  with three teams; the semes weie,  Sweet 9 :��� Cartmel 6; Fraser iS-  Morrison   6; Wheeling   14   ���  Nichol 7 ;,   .Gilmore 16 ��� Fether-  stonhaugh?4.  In the first series of games on  the Discovery Culling Club Rink,  Messrs. Fethcrstonhaugh's,NMchol's  and Sweet's teams have each won  two games out of three and Mr. \V.  Morrison has lost three.  The schedule for the ' Young ''  Trophy, with scores to date, is as  follows :���  Wheeling  Webster  Gilruoic  Fraser  Cartmel  Webster  Wheeling  Fraser  Gilmore  Cartmel  Webster  Fraser  Gilmore  Whteling  Cartm -1  Eraser..  Gilmore  Wednter  Wheeling  Cartmel  Jan. 14,  ��o>  16,  17.  20,  21  23  25  27  2fl  13  5  ���'���5  8  10  6  15  5  ti  ��  10  '8  5  9  15  The Discovery Curling Club scut  down an invitation to the Atlin  Club this week proposing a return  series of games today:, our locnl  sportsmen could n��t see their way  clear, however, to gel. up to Discovery the day afler Burns' celebrations, and so we shall have to  content ourselves with tlie fact of  having something to look -forward  to, most likely, next Saturday,  when we hope that.' a good crowd  will go up to support Atlin in the  enemy's stronghold.  The Executive Coaimiuce of the  A.C.C.   beg   to   acknowledge   the  receipt  of the   " Carnegie-Morgan  Trophy " per Mr. li. Pilico.  This Cup is on view in Mr. C.R.  Bourne's Store, and will be competed for-under terms to be arr.iug-  cd.  Burns' Birifrday.  The Concert In celebration of the  memory of the Scotch Bard was  held yesterday evening in the Koot-  enay Hall.  The proceeds', ��� from the sale of  tickets, will be "presented to Mr.  John McLennan, who, is. undergoing treatment in Edinburgh, in -  the hope of obtaining, the restoration of his eyesight.  Mr. J. A.Fraser. Chairman, opened the proceedings   with   a  capital  speech on the immortal  fame of ihe  beloved Iiobbie Burns.  Mr. Tom lianna, rendered sweet  harmony on his'violin, by playing  " Annie Laurie." r  Mrs. Marry Brown, gave a delightful recitation,." Changing Colour."  ��� Mr. Bock, in excellent voice,saug  several amusing and' spirited songs.  Mr. MacKay, sounded grand soul-  stirring music on his native Pipes'.  .Mrs.;CosMgan, ably-accompanied  By Miss Piilman at the piano, sang  the beautiful song "Jessy's Dream"  and was loudly encored.  Mr. Archer, recited, " Frisco the  Piideof the  Golden   West"   with  splendid effect and  also  sang   " A ���  Hammock for Two "  Mr. Pollay, discoursed very amusingly on the ait of " business "  " and all that "  Mr. Paxtou in hisown merry way  sang a brave Scotch song, and told  sonic lively stories of good old times  lti Ayrshire..  Messrs. lianna and Cartmel, in  their duets on various instruments,  produced quite a Musical Festival,  which was highly appreciated by  the audience.  The Concert portion of the programme terminated by everyone  joining in singing ���' Auld Lang  Syne"; after which, the ��� company  adjourned for rcfivshrncnts; and  later on. merrily dat.ced away into  the wee sina'   'ours.  S(. Andrew's Ko3pkal.  The Trustees .jf 3;. An-.lrc.v's  Hospital take ������leasuie in acknowledging the receipt of further donations for the said instiiulion as  follows :---'���,  From F. T. Iiamshaw Esq,-; cash  $20.00.  Messrs. Jules Eggert and J. B.  Kershaw, services, etc., ,itu->;iuti:i^  to the sum of fifteen doila'-i, ill-of  which is gratefully acce^'.j i '���-, j I  acknowledged.  ���if  if  ija  iiimMimiSMSSiwiSaBn  ssiisssaags^^ ^/^T/LIN./'-B.^C^^  mi ������'������:���'���'��� * >'t���><-;,-':/"'�����;������ :;�����'���'-  .m-.fiiVhvH.iilti.^WiaAiil.  fxbftMinc.'"'��� wailid ��� rr.cf. to   Anr   rAHT'o'r tik  , . wonto. ron on'. r.Ktn-%.:Vr,n:. Mourn ;.. an.oo   ivcii  ;,  * BArW-i".' AnVCrtTISinrj' OATta I  51. OO PI II ! H CH C AC H  , ;���*;' thn&hTiOM ; riCAKiNo noytcr.a. ac'csrtra. a urvt.  V^ftCIAL   nATK^OD    ATLICATIOM.  ,:������ -"���*��t>�����������;   7aiLL-iiicAftc,   ;',   .���".I'fOBTin'a,,"-        vir.171r.01 cAnoi*.  ��� tJfTTcn-iiK/.bfi,'.-.-'���..  rnocr./.Mwr*,     crcV. utc.  ���.' oftft)t-.rvi  I'noMHXT .-cs'tcuTib.' ;,;',,.  ���-!-"-   '������. ������;-������������;. ^'������ni'Cf.tt   MOB8rtATE,; - : .'"'--;-.r.'. ���-.-���,--. "-..-  .Tils'-AtLia,;CiiAiM. FuJi^isKir.ir'Co,, Lti>;  r T". 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Gii'Anr. ;;:.<;m a rf.ACfiii-iJiiiiiCTOH.  ;coIieK:  :'V..:  The; people/of; Atlin/���;.ihiWy/\>Avell'.  j congratulate-themselves:oil:not.hav-;  ���;::ing felt a ny...il 1-effcc is;from:��� the'.late  ��� "deplorable.financial crisis; and.: also  , on; the fact/that they are/living;; in.  /the ceii 'tr.e-'of'a.-pr'o'diictive--, gold field,:  /���������/Avhere^.lh^ey-j.rare^.uot :-.eveii"/embar--'-  ;���:'rassed by any������/���kind of banking'.,sys-  ' ���"tem.. .:������.,:���:'..;-h'- / ���//. ./������/���,/" .,-,-V:.;"   /./' "���'������'������  ':���: The-trouble/ which spelt  ruin, to  ;many. industrial; grades   and/many,  ..; thousands/of;per'sous,- rich/and/poor  ;.i alike;.wascaused-hyja.iaek'of',cur-  -/���rency/iu the coin of,the country./- ���  ''  :: The.banking/system"was 'weighed,, balanced,and"found/watiting.  /It was deficient "in gold,/; the : spring  '������������.:irdm.lvv'hich': currancy flows//.; //;������  /^/For Innately, some/of The . great  ;;::fiuaiiciers^eyi:nUiani'-saved/tne:sitii'-.  ation by,helping" the; banks  out  of  their difiiculties; and, now-it is said,  .the lesson has  been /learned,   that;  it  is   absolutely'    necessary ' to  im-  ;prove the ��� facilities for. circulating,  money, if confidence is to be restdr-.  ,-ed in the banks..-;  -. It is advocated that   the   use   of  crossed cheques should be generally  encouraged, and, the banks  organized.more,  in   'harmony.- with ' the  . banking systems in >vogue in   Europe, with a view to giving European capitalists greate.t confidence  in  the in vestments in the United States  and Canada.     ;/;:>: ;���  This is/as' it slibttld.be, arid," their;  we shall hear; of fewer complaints  against the banks for making 'excessive charges on commissions;  and people who are given to hoarding their money, may become belter  disposed to. invest sums in the development of legitimate trade and  enterprise.  audjoiuatiy :weafthy./families ;Uia ve  beeir'reduced/-to/"c6.b|)arativ,e/;poy:  ert.y..;    -,;: ::,'-:-,y- ,y: ;|;V / ���;;"  ,...,,' ;;..'...���::.. .���"���/.< . :, .;    ��,.-...; ,.-.���':.: ���.    .-.'. ���;-.,'���-. <:  ���'.'; -The Banking .system;"was1 "found'  ���\vaiuing;;antl,;;ns"niost df'lhe people  liatl'beetV.iii'the, liabi('of /livitig: beyond their,, means,   they   will   feel  their losses' keenly./-; '���../'���//.< .';; ,/'; :  ^However, "'as the/crisis ;is;  how  over/ripuie/of  the /indtislries, / that  had closed ;;d.o.wii;-vhave  started:���-; to  wbrk''again.v ///::��� '.";/../*/ ���.:>/,.-.'.- '.;. ���:,;-.;/-v-  / ���Remcciiiil ;/measures' have/'been  ��� takeii:;to..ii]iproye/:aitd .:strengllien  t.he financuti;situatibttjspublic ;con-  lideuce;: in; ;the.;,ibanks is/gradually  .being/restored':"'/ iind/:/conseqtienlly;  belter times arti anticipated.; v .';Vy"/";;-  / /There-is-likely/to. Xbe /ci: plentiful  circulation of money .as.soon as the  bresidentap elections are: over. :/;;'<  6." :   .    ,    ..:;���������.--���.'������. .. :    --v..-.    ..v>,...:.^       .     .    '���..;.:...; ..;,:..        ,...,..:.;,:. ���.;..    ,;......        -"CF  Kresli/K  ways  ������*������:������  ���Jj.-.-. :;:: -......;  flr,.;;.-- <;.'���;;���- ��� ---���.,;- ;;^';;y'' -';-;-;..;���  $.t-iV -i-:i:���>;��� ^my^^:&:���������  iS.  \oil//;hahd:/'--;,/;/ t:>..:'-^SM  ';���':-;'���-;.'!c':y/Fi^&^ :M$*��t��e$*:  :S!yyASH/:;;BOG^;,NEW  Back broken ofih  Financial Crisis.  Mot   much    money  will  circulate till after Presidential  Elections are over.  Mr: Fletcher Hamshaw, the well  known dy'draulic ..lease holder on  McKee Creek, arrived in Atlin front  New York lust week, and, after  completing important business, took  his departure again for   the   South,  ���'with the intention of returning with  h';y, family early in the Spring.  Air. Hamshaw infoiiuecl us that  the back of the .financial .stringency  ���j'i li-.'..- United-Siaics is now broken;  Under the heading of  'Appointments' in the Gazette  of the   9th.  win, it has left its mark of distress, j inst., wt: notice that   the  following  "���:. Few. people::guessecS/the/generous;  impulse" which/proiaptedTom-Iiati-'  11 a/to brave the hardships-and datt-  gersibftlieVMobse^iuuti '���������from'which'.  he;retnr!ied;before;Chi"istuias,vladeii;  with:the spoils of^tlie-ciiase;-'-.'���:���::/;���.;.������  -:/There wereunahy/remarksat the  .time/of:;his;l2ayiiig,/aucl:vcluring-/ his  absence,;as������ lo!/ the/ p-pbtibilities of  ;his:.success)-'..llie're'-;.were;^m'atiy^  sized; picfures;v':seeti d'f liis return it; g  weary atid/;empty;;liattcled, /some;  veiituHng so/far/ as ^o/'assert/; that  --tliey;-'-\vpuid;-;-,eat---4ali^the/Moose;  meal that old Tom/would bring in"  ^:Bu!, / if the true; object /': of "this  hunt had .been known at ; the  lime;  one and .all,   we   feel   sure : wouid'  bave wished, him luck,   and - given  chore tangible   expressions  of sj'm-  patliy, In the/form   of   grub   and  ammunition to 'ensure the success'of  the enterprise. :'.-���   "/  But to show the 'erroneous opin-  ioh, /.held/by' some, of.:' dear old  Tom ', as we have said, already, die  returned loaded .''down .with Moose;  and even then, acling on tlie high  principle of not Jetting hi'-; right  hand know what his left was dong,  he failed to reveal his true purpose,  and it -'..was ../not,-.until last week,:  when several ot the . /Siwasli / pack  that live round the tin can heaps of  the City, were seen/lying about in a  comatose, state, that"���'. enquiry was  made and revealed the- fact (much,  against the philanthropist's wish)  .that he had been giving the poor  starving Siwasli dogs a New Year's  Dinner.  Wc have learned, just before  going to press, '������ that Tom will be  starting soon for another hunt, as  one or two of his invited guests were  unable to be present, owing to their  always placing- duty before pleasure, and as those pieseut licked the  platter .clean, he is going 'forth  again, to kill. The 'next.-dinner  will most probably be to celebrate  ' tne 171I1. of Ireland.'  Moral :��� When anyone is in  love, see that your meat-house door  is shut yourself!  ^^S<^^;��<'^5C'<'tftf^:d^'^^  POOL "-rYb'eT.V  GOOD/ STAC til N'G;-  ;3SKi:K:  ^mmM&mM:  '-::%::::���:-,; y~Z.'^  :THE'[^r)iNXNG:A:.R5,pM^  MRSrlROXBOROUGH:;//;v;:GOOp^LE^  6nly^he^best>qua;��i  -'- ;*;'i:v:"!BAKERY:;;iN:/CONNEC  W:  *Si  ��riiMri!;:iiet!ii;iiipii^  ;���-;:/;'���; -;-:KONRAD:;WAWftK^  ��W^a��.': ~@lf:  i.S^��f��  'B����*�� ���.���'"ifflffifij -P��sBi'Bs'  SMALL AND !;A RGE ORDERS/PROM PTLVFlLLED:  THEIKC;  ey^p.*^:^  Pr^^^^^^.fr.^.^iy-.y.^^Jty^p^^i'iW^CN.  H-  :.l:jil,_   OPEN- DAY AND NIGHT.  -**v-  The Bar is supplied   with   none   but  the   best brands of Liquors  1     and Cigars.     First-class-.Billiard and  Pool Tables/  3  FROM THE B.C. GAZETTE.  y  DJXON   C   GCI-iULZ.-.Prors'fietora.  FifiCiT   CLASS   rir.STAUHA.'.'T   IN   CONN ECTiOI'il.  ciiuit'i.'ii 'ni.Mi, i.i'0ui;<::> ami i;hjai:!�� cam. uooas a si'lualiv.  Coi?iii;i-.  Atlin. 15. 0.  ^^^^^'���<S'^S<^<l<-S'S''<t<l<l'<S-'3'i-S<J<i-C<3-S^   '<'��'*'ir'��^''tf^^C'>sl^fl^S^��''<SVSr3^^}iS'<i'<Xv5^  ^rQ:rr.3r.^^.w7m-Vuir,-^.v3i..ftrj^v.iyiy.?nrT.-.wT.-^ ''<&���  o'  ATLIN,    B.  C, SATURDAY,    JANUARY 25,   1908.  fl  Commissioners have been appointed  to act under 1 lie " Provincial Elections Act '���' in the Atlin Electoral  District : ���  HughrMolyncaux, James Regan,  George Shirley, John Dunham, M.  R. Jamieson, Waller Sweet, Frank  Little, Chiiiles Gilui'iur, and Henry  Pyinan.     ���   ���  These appointments expire on  the 31st. day of December,  190S.  CORRESPONDENCE.  We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions expressed by  our eoriespoudenis.  RES PUBLICA.  Sir,  Perish discretion when it interferes with duty; also, do the duty  which lies nearest you, and, your  second duty will already have become clearer.  These-old maxims have always  been strictly adhered to in Atlin,  both by people in private and official capacities. Many casesjuigh1  be pointed out here where discretion  was allowed to lapse for duty; only  last week it was clearly demottstrat-  - cd that a great source of uneasiness  and sleeplessness occurred through  uncettificated and unsophisticated  people, quite unskilled in the ethics  of stoking and ' firemanship, being  allowed to operate heat plants in  the heart of the town,   o  Three alinos": negative maxims  might be added to the two above as  a little heart to heart advice: First,  Do not stir up the animals. Second,  Do not feed the animals. Third,  Keep away from dangerous places.  The last of these is the best except,  possibly, the second and first. Our  troubles in life originate from the  violation of one or ail of these rules.  Bear in mind that the animals  have not naturally got it in for us.  They leally do not know of our existence until we announce ourselves.  To stir up the animals is to call  their attention to yourself, i.e. you  indulge in publicity and people who  arc before rhe public must expect a  little of the X-Ray and the black  draught prescriptions and a little  severe criticism should not be considered a sacrilege.  To feed the animals unless competent either with beverage or advice is to get their ingratitude and  contempt.  Nothing causes such a flutter at a  lete a tete to the unsophisticated, as  a tnatried lady, advising how to retain a husbahd's love, remarks,  '���Feed the brine!" she is indulging in a little harmless irony; but  has violated two rules: has fed the  animals and ventured into dangerous pktces, nr< one is to blame but  themselves, they should take their  .���medicine,  Il'y.uu had -not . ventured into  dangerous-places the monkey could  not.have grabbed your" millinery  and thus set you up.to-ridicule.  ' LI you had kept away from the  legal.tiger's cage, he would never  have scratched a hole.iu your new  wallet.  _ ���''/" '  ConciticTec! on.next page.  . The undersigned having fjcin re-  stoted to health' by simple means,  after suITcring for several years with  a severe lung affection, and that  dread disease CoNSUJii'TtON, is  anxious to make known to his fellow sufTeicts the 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"'ciirc for Consumption, Asthma, Catakkii, Bronchitis and all throat and lung  Mai^aone's. He hopes all sufferers  will try his remedy, as it is invaluable. Those desiring the preseiip-  tion, which will cost them nothing,  and may , prove a blessing, will  please addres.i  Rev. Edward A. WiisflA.  Brooklyn, MY.  ocioa��j3*aoctoa��ac>o��'a*��0'oa^o*x<>aoD^.oo):t,��!C:<>'o*<:��-:-o.s: :���  Tine Aflln me^t market  o  .FRKsirr :d:rkss:ed meats  POULTRY  OF  ALL  KINDS,  ON  HAND,  ktni'UMWIVWinrMI'  L. S c ii ti I e.  Certificates of Improvement.  Mact-Jnci -Bin!.     Minors!      Ctnim.  Situate In tht A. 11111 a'lutus OivUton, CiisaT.ir  District.      Y\Thsro   located:  ���In    Itatuy  Ilollow.  TAKK NOTICJf. tliat; T, Sosijili fi. GliTiel  t>?  Halm Aln-slc*.  Ki-ee Mliifi-'i Oi-tiricato ���*. ftHlSii  lnreii'l, GO days from tho date hereof, to  apply to t!:s.MinIii~ llfeordc:- for a Cci-tin-  cate of Improvements for the purpose of  ohralniu;; Crown (jrnnl of thr .i'jotc u!at:::i.  And further take notice tluvt notion, under  section ��7, must be commenced hefoie the  issuance of ��uc!i Certificate of ImpruTe-  inents.  Dated t!ih ��i:ena itay of OcTofjtr, * fl ISO*.  .Joseph 11. Chisel.  KM St  Certificate of improvemf.rit3  StRteof  Montana    Mineral ' Claim.  SlMintsi! In U10 Atlin   iTiInltij dltlsloti of  Casslar    District where  located:   Kainy  Hollow.  TAKli NOTICE that I Jo.-.sph  If. Clils.it of  Halus Alaska i*i-pe .Miners Cetlflc.-.te No lilll  .10 intend sixty days from the date, hereof  to  apply to tho  miniinj:  recorder for n"certlfi-  catc of  improvements   for   tlie   purpose of  obtaining a Cruwn Grant of tlie ahoTe Claim  And further take notice that action under  Section .17 must   he commenced  before  the  issuance of such Ccrlificnto of lmprorrment.  Dated [his Second day of October A. n. 1507.  Joseph II. CMi��l.  nfO-St  Certificate of   improvements.  Arizona   rvlinsral   Claim.  Situated in the  Atlin  Mlnln-   Dlvhton  of  Cnsslur District where Located : hi Rainy  Hollow.  TAIvU  NOTrrjR  thai t'ojsph n.   Olittel of  Iluiiis Alaka.  l'"roe Miners Certificate :;o D IllSO Tnteiiil  Sixty days from tin; dute hereof to apply to  tilt! Mining' IJeeorder for a certificate of Improvement:; for the purpu.se of ot)t,-.lni^ a  Crown Ci-ant of the nbovo Glatm.  And further talis notice that action  nrnTrr  Suction 37  must   be commenced  before   the  issiuwicr of  viieli   Certificate   of     Iwurote-  ment.i.  Dated tliti s��rom1 'lay of Octofisr, t. T>. I!Ti7  Joseph, II. Child.  o.*.J-St  Certificate of Improvement.  Adams and New York Mineral Claim  Situate In tho Atlin Mining Division,Cawiar  District. Wlir.ro loc.-.lcil:- In Kainy Hollow.  TAKK NOTJXUS that. J. 31. .). O'Connor, I'Yeo  Miners Certificate No 1111 JOS, intend, sixty  days from the datr; hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for n Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grunt of the above claim.  Ami further take notice that action, under  section "7, must, Im commenced before the  issuance of .such (Jorliflcute of Tniprove-  niciits  Dated (hi-i third day of November A.D.1907  M. .1. O'Connor.  .11    PL  rmt,   flAMl+Off.  *7*  (I ft    &   t  DlSCOVliItt.Y   13.   C.    '  'T\\tHat ts Stoc!ici5.r.-Ii!i Cliotcc Coods  -' r '  '     Pifst CTa?.s f)!nttig Rooni In Connectlc-n.  tlRAftQUAtfiks tok m.ro?? A: Scnoi.f Staor. ���  ��!��V���� and ilardwiareE  . IftON   PIPING,   STEEL   AND   BAR IRON.  DYNAMITE A.N-D CELlC-NLTK, ,   .  GASOLINK.  STEKI. SHINGLES ard CORRUGATED tRO.SL  .'. .      James ���� ile#an  Stores in- Atmr asd Discovi-rt.  U*-*������-���������-���-���-������������� *�����*���������-���-������-��-������ ���*-��>S.0tH  ���-���-���-��������-��-���-��� ���-���-*-��-��� * <>���'*�����- *ip  fl. E. BROWN & CO.  S*��ecittre te t. ft. r,lc?i��:rflt*n.  LATEST STYLES IN CUNT'S FURNISHINGS  CRY GOODS. CARPETS. HOUSE FURNISHING?.  COLIJ SICAE HIP GUM  BOOTS ANT) SHOES,  I'"U'LL LINK OE MINKRS GLOVES AND MITTS.  Storks at atom ant.) discovery.  THE   KIRKLAND    HOTEL,  Fl f �� \   Street   A t II n' H. C.  Good    Accoir.odntions  Nc?A   Clean  Rooms.  alex.  SMin-:.'     ������pROPPtiETcm.  l^  Job PaaSntiEsg ��B38��. (lf��e88eb3��bs<&b&0 W��;rka  Executed Cheaply, Promptly and Satisfactorily.  THE CLAIM OFFICE.  -t  I  li  y/,  '31  ���eminaaiswKMn ATLTN.    B.   C.     SATURDAY.  JANUARY 25. igo8.  Local and General N^ws.  The Temperatures Tor'the  Week  Ending- January the24 th 1908.  III fix.  mm.  I Slh  2<\.0  "���5  ' 19th  '5-5  '     8.0  ' 20U1  8.0  -1.0  '21 St  T.O  -13.0  2 2I'.d  S.o  -8.0  23rd  30.0  0  24th  32.5  2S.0  CtiK'nNUliJJ  l.-ROM   1'AOIt 3:  The animals are not to blame,  they are only manifesting their respective natures; the excuse .that  you did not know it was loaded is  no longer valid;' one's only safety  lies in keeping away from dangerous places.  Your's etc.  X.Y.Z:  Note :���  We think your kind advice rather  premature,  unless you   propose to  open a menagerie in the lorrn.  Ed,  NOTICE.  "' A general meeting of the Atlin  Curling Club will be held at the  Court House, Wednesday evening,  January the 29th., at 8 o'clock  sharp, when all members are requested to be present.  J. Cartmel,  Secretary.  The   Artie Brothenic-od.  , Camp   Discovery    No. 19  Arctic  Brotherhood will hold their monthly meeting- in Atlin,   Tuesday ticket  the 2SU1. inst.  All Brothers arc requested to attend  v��"-fiC���A!*:!  S)r��r��l�� af  taantSIan  IlortlcitcaiJ Re?fllatloim  A ft V available Dominion l.nti'a nlt.li In .  JZ'Zk. the KnilHity licit In Hi'itish Coliiinbin  maybe liomoitcadcd by any person n'liu I.  the .��,ole head of a family,or any male orr.r I."  yell" ul nsr, to the extent of oin-uinrln  Section of 1B0 nerai more or l��si.  Entry must ba made personally at fTii total  land office for the district In which the Inuii  Issltuntc.  Th�� lioinisatran'ef !�� rrqulrrA to parforii'  the conditions t-onneuted tlin-awltli uiulni  on* of tli* follon linr plum:  (1) At least sl.i mouths' ritMintt niton am!  cultivation o! tha luml In ��ai:h ye��r for thro  yeura.  (2) If the father (or niottur, If the fattiar i.  deceased) of the homesteader resides upon *  farm In the vicinity of the laud entered for.  the requirements as to residence may bi-  nattsflud by such person resitting with tin*  fcitliar or mother.  (S) If th��> settler hut Ms permanent rasl-  deuce upon farming land owned by Mm In  the vicinity of his homestead, tlie requirements as to residence may he satisfied bj  residence upon the said laiul.  Six motithV tiottee In wrltlrijf ahotilvl lit-  K'.ven tn tlicCommissloiterof Dominion Lands  at, Ottinru of Intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may lie purchased Rt $10 per aefr  for soft coal and $20for anthracite. Not more  than 320 acres can be aciiulrnd by one Individual or company. Itoyalty at the rate of  ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be eol-  lected on the sross output. ���   "  TT. W.CORT,  Dapnty of tha Minister of tha Interior  it.B.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. Jy21-9m  Canadian  Pacific Kail way Company  C. C.   COAST   SERVICE.  I ' 1  Princess   May  "    "'"     JAN. 13  29.  ��� Satrlnt from Siogr.-sy C p.m.  Direct to Vancouver ami Victoria.  ^ ���  f r��fi��rinf tltit tiT rut or atenmrr to Srntttr. ���. tihoiM ����t��a chr.rre  STor-oTiiCS iu.or.-Kn.  ���:<rti t o li hy   ;..���.��! of the ��ofM,  I*i>r ruin or Info  ���in.rfo.. M-Mr tn   F.   F.   W.   Lowle,  A tent. Skacway.  Married at Skagway.  Mr. ' Dick' Brittain, the well  known, and popular proprietor of  the Caribou Hotel, at Carcross,  was married on the 7th of this  month to Miss Minnie Emerson.  Atlin Lake froze over on Sunday  night last and Monday morning.  Messrs. Dixon & Schulz who arc  now handling the mails by way of  Carcross, sent their first Stage out  with the mail 011 Thursday.  The Stage and malls, was reported at Cnrcrots this morning.  Tlie mails will in future arrive  here on Tuesdays and Saturdays,  and leave on Mondays and Thursdays.  NOTICE.  Take Notice that I; Grant "Reid  agent for the late Thomas Tugwell  shall apply to the Boaul of License  Commissioners of the Atlin License  Distiicl at a special meeting to be  held on January 3rst.-1908,' for'1 the  transfer of ihc hotel License of the  " Log Cabin Hotel " at Log Cabin  I). C, to Mr. Tlfos. Tugwell of'Log  Cabin. 13. C.  Signed       Gmnt fceid. ��� l.  ",Agent, .  S7*,  Mi  DISCOVKKV,   B. C.  FIRST-CLASS DINING room  GOOD CI-HAS KOOMS  OST-T   Tlilt   BEST GOODS  D5ED AT Tim rure.  ��*���**��� ��-��� -���-�������� ��� -�� -���-���-# 99 9 9 ��������������� ��� ��*4>��-�� ��-������������� ������������������-���������* a-��* e-e ��� ��*<�����  USE OUR ADVERTISING  COLUMNS  Placing before the public  the many, advantages of  the district is the object of  �������?o.��ct��o��):'.��fl*ft*Q��o.��':'.'��(50��i:!��C!��v.��':-��>:'��j'':'��>-:^  This cannot be. successfully accomplished without the generous support of  the business  people and  the residents.  ED.   SAHDS,  Freprlater  Ask at your Library for  'ihc Love Story   of Giralclus.'  A Romance of the Twelfth Century  BY  Alice Cunr.mghame.  i-'i'.-sl-. assortment ��� Lowney'-  crcani.i and chocolate nuts at  C. K. Bourne.  O      K      BARBER SHOP-  J. W. THOMPSON, Prop.  FIRST-CLASS SERVICE ONLY  Get a copy of the illustrated  edition " Songs of a Sourdough",  a few left at Bourne's.  magazines  Latest   novels   and  arriving each mail at  C. R. Bournes.  SEND US YOUR SUBSCRIPTION  Useful aitd Onaii'iiiial goods:  mwn ���^'��-"^.ar-T-wtf*iai��a��TrrT>*i  1' wminjiaB ixrn^tui .w xwwi amvwr  rttit sf.sn out ftur.n Tut; t:*r uw noons ad chbai' lif.tiisf  Atlln.Tlugjjel and   Grape   fllne;*.  ��t��l fttl ItinflK of  Jcn-elry nmtin  fautiiii.-il 011 tlio jirimiisi.'s.  1  t'htf!   Jifiv ��� Stiirli  of -Vi/fttfcftas,   Clftcf;*.,  Jev/rtrv Mi.!   DiftniefiflB  Vt'utalir.% from f.'i.dti nji. Aueuts for Columbia Gramophones.  t5i1v.if.vare, Cut C,lsis,?Mftr.ci Psinletl Chinri, Souvenir Ef.oori  t;.tJlO   Lljiji,;!ii    i.V   Sj\)\\}   ati.i'n and discovuky,  smtm\9 o.aMii Vi.ii.      'WutchmaKtrs arid Manufacturing Jcv/m


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