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 .���f^-x^'^.^1 j-j^gi. j;-* st&zj:* si.ETZ*xi&m*'i*mt*&ttt$*  #4.  VOL.   15. .  ATLIN, ,13..C.,.   SATURDAY;    JULY    14,   .906.  NC.  *C-  rEtiEGRAPHIC.  ROfESTVENSKY  WAS  ACQUITTED.  Four   Russian   Staff  Officers  Condemned to Death.  YOUNG   MAN   MURDERS   A   JUDGE.  Lone Highwayman Made Big- /Haul  .Before Being Captured.  Roosevelt Pardoned Judge Tanner  -Douma's Agrarian Bill was  Assented To~Soekeyes are on  the . Run(?) ��� Revolution Has  Been Started in Russia���The  Guggenheim People to Come  North���Brothier Charged with  Perjury���English Methods are  Equally Bad-Gold Theft.  [SPECIAL TO THE CTjAI.-ir.]  Cronstadt, July 11. ���Notvyith-  standing the fact that Admiral* Rojestvensky pleaded guilty, oi everything .with which he bad been  charged at the court martial brought  against him for having surrendered  the torpedo boat Bedovi, on which  he lay wounded at the time, and  the whole of his fleet at the battle  of the sea of Japan,-he has been  acquitted. The- surgeons of the  Bedovi testified that at the time of  the surrender of the fleet Admiral  Rojestvensky was irresponsible and  total!}- incapable of passing the orders for the surrender owing to the  severity of his wounds. It is believed that Rojestvensky was actuated in his course in pleading guilty  by a desire to save the members of  his staff, who, while he was lying,  wounded surrendered the fleet, from  the doom which must be meted out  to them if they are found.guilty.  All of the admiral's staff officers  have pleaded not guilty to the  charge and it will take several days  yet to hear the testimony for and  against them. -  Cronstadt, July 13.���Although  Admiral Rojestvensky was acquitted after pleading guilty to a charge  of surrendering his fleet to the  enemy, four of his staff officers,  who had pleaded in the negative,  have been proven- guilty of- similar  charges and condemned to death.  Tlie emperor will be asked to commute the sentences to dismissal from  the service.  San Francisco, July 12.���In a  speech in this city last night, Congressman W. R. Hearst, of New  York, put a quietus lo all the talk  concerning him as a disturbing element among the Democratic aspirants for the presidential nomination  by stating: "I am not a candidate  for the Democratic presidential  nomination for 1908." Hearst also  stated that he is for Bryan for first  place, with Governor Folk or Stevenson as a running mate.  Washington, July 12.���The Navy  Department., yesterday, received   a  cablegram relative,, to the recent  stranding of the United States trans-  pot t Thomas on a reef near Guam.  The despatch, which states that  included in her cargo the ship was  freighted with '$1,'750,000 of Pliil-  lipitie gold.in bullion, also conveys  the information thai tlie vessel may  be saved. r  vSeattle, Wash., July 12.���Chester  Thomson, aged 19, and- who-is a  son of Attorney- W.'H. .Thomson,  formerly chief counsel of the Great  Northern Railway, went to the  home of Judge George-.Mead Emory  in'this'cit}- on Monday evening aud  attempted to see the judge's neice,  Miss Charlotte Whittlesey, with  whom he had been forbidden to  communicate with. The judge  remonstrated with the young man  on his ungentlemanly behavior, but  the latter drew a revolver and fired  three shots and the judge sank to  the floor mortally wounded. Mr.  Emory succumbed to his injuries  next morning. -  Fresno, Cal., July 12.���A single  bandit, who held up five stages, near  Awahnee, lined- up forty-five passengers'"and relieved. them of" all  their money and jewelry. The robber escaped.  San ^Francisco, July_i3.-r=-A. lone  highwayman who has recently held-  up and robbed* five stages iii the  Yosemite park at the point of cocked  pistols, has been captured by a  sheriff's posse which ��� had - been  sent ou " his trail. It is estimated  that in'his late hold-ups the robber  had secured loot valued at a" hundred thousand dollars. "-��� ������  Portland,. Ore.,. July ��� 1 ^..^-President Roosevelt last week pardoned  Judge Taniieri' who was serving a  sentence for complicity in the land  frauds and for perjury in an attempt  to save.his partner, the late Senator  Mitchell; at ��� the time of the trial of  the  latter in the land fraud matter.  St.- Petersburg, July 12.���The  new agrarian bill of the douma, and  to which the ministers of the government have given a most unwilling assent, is extremely radical.  The bill allots the entire public domain'of Russia to the peasants and  at the same time reduces the size of  any possible holding to half.thg present size, thus providing the means  for a livelihood to millions of farmers who are 'now. penniless' and  homeless.  ��� Vancouver, B. C, July.13.���The  run of sockeye salmon in tlie Fraser  river, has begun' and very fair  catches have been reported.  St. Petersburg, July 13.���Everybody, with the exception of the  ministry, agrees that the revolution  has begun. Reports from Warsaw,  Tiflis, Riga, Kiel, Moscow and several other cities tell of strikes, bomb  explosions, robberies, &c. In the  Kiel and Samara districts the peas-,  ant and .government forces fought a  battle the early part of the week  and the latter .were  defeated. . The  defection,,in the army is spreading  with alarming rapidity.  , Vancouver, B.C., July 13.���Fourteen .staterooms on tlie C. P. R.  steamer Princess May,- for her sailing from here on July 31st, have  been booked by the officials of the  Simon Guggenheim mining companies, who will go north to inspect  their properties in the Yukon and  Atlin mining fields.  Vancouver, B.C., July 13.���Police  Magistrate Williams is this week  hearing a charge of forgery against  Desire Brothier, the recently pardoned French procurer. After four  witnesses had beeu examined the  case was remanded, coming up  again today, and it is expected that  the prisoner will be committed for  trial. .  ,     !    <      ���  Ottawa, July 13.���The Sunday  Observance Bill has passed the senate. Sir MacKenzie Bowell says he  decided not' to offer any amendment  notwithstanding - that  the  bill was  "1  emasculated, murdered and buried  and . rendered ineffective. The  amendment -to exempt Jews'and  Seventh, Day Adventists was defeated. Prorogation of the House  was to have occurred on Thursday  evening but, owing to Mr. Landry  obstructing���the- Pension-Bill;-the  House has had * to sit again today  and the adjournment will probably  take place tonight.  London, ��� July 13.���The annual  report of the inspectors of jam and  sausage factories and workshops in  England shows that the conditions  are quite as revolting as the recent  revelations in connection with the  Chicago meat packing houses.  St. Petersburg, July 13.���Details  have been received here of the mutiny of the Seventy Cavalry at Tom--  bov. , The infantry and cossacks  sent to subdue the mutineers refused  to fire and the infantry bayoneted  the officers who gave the command.  The officers of tbe Seventh Cavalry  fired on their own men. The number of killed and wounded has not  beeu established as yet but is known  to be large.  Seattle, Wash., July 13.���The  fact has just been made known that  over' $100,000' in gold dust was  stolen from aboard the steamer Ida  May on her last trip to this port.  The stolen property was a shipment  from Fairbanks, Alaska. There is  absolutely no clue to the perpetrator  of the theft.  GKNKRAL- NEWS.  ���The crown, princess of Germany  gave birth to a son on the 5th inst.  He will be christened William on  the 12th of August.  A St. Petersburg despatch says  the condition of anarchy continues  to grow throughout Russia and that  the several elements of the government are at war. with each other.  The riots resulting from.mutiuy are  increasing throughout the camps  and fortresses of the empire.. Last  week the douma voted seven millions- for- the relief of famine suffer  ers, but the minister of finance  announced that the appropriation was  nil   as   there  were no funds in the'  treasury for any such purpose.  The  socialists  of Colorado have'  nominated Haywood,   who  is   now  in jail awaiting trial for the murder  ex-Governor Steunenberg, of Idaho, ���  for the governorship at the impend-,  ing state election.  A late Seoul despatch states that  Japanese policemen have surround-,  ed  the  palace of the   emperor   of  Korea   and   the  Korean ruler has.  been'served with an order,that he. is  never  lo go abroad again, but that,  he must remain a   prisoner  in.  his  palace.    After receiving the decree  the emperor protesten   to   Marquis  Ito   agaiust   Japanese   interference,  with his'liberty and gave notice thai,  if the Japanese government  persist- -  ed  in committing such an outrage, ���  that himself, all the members of the  imperial  family and. the nobility, of  the,empire must commit suicide. . . ,  Mining. Notes.  A. C' Banks left Tuesday to do"  development work on- some quartz:  properties which he recently located1  and'stak'ed-ou Taku Aim.  The steam shovel of the Northern'  Mines,Ltd. .was.put.in*operation-for'-���  the season on Sunday last and, during the week, has beeu moving the  gravel at an average of thirty-six  skips per hour.  Messrs.. E. M. Baiinon and H. E.'  Ruffner commenced operations the  beginning of the week with a small  hydraulic plant on some bench  claims on Pine creek which are  owned by J. M. Ruffner. '  There is a strong rumor in circulation that the Windy Arm minas  have closed down for want of ore.  If true, and coming as it does .immediately on the closing of the  Spruce dredge, this does not look  healthy to say the least of it. It is  always the darkest before the dawn.  The Windy Arm mining district  is beiug rapidly developed. During  the month of June 154 men were  employed iu the mines and nearly  as many more at the various aerial  tramways, now iu process of .construction.. The pay roll, the first .of  this month, amounted to $36,000, and  will be almost double that amount  next month.r-Skagway Alaskan.  On Tuesday Mr. S. H. Pluuibe,  manager for the McKee Amalgamated Hydraulic Co., brought to  town 429 ounces of gold, valued at  about $6,500, which was the clean-*  up for a twenty-one days run by  his company. So far this season  this company has cleaned-up 1,193  ounces of 'gold,, of a value of over  $19,000, and if the clean-ups . cour  tinue as successful throughout the  balance of the season, aud there is  every reason to believe , they will as  the'ground is improving in value as  the work progresses, there, is no  doubt but that this will.be the banner years' operations conducted.by  the Amalgamated. ���-.���-.  o ATLIN,   B.   C.,    SATURDAY,    JULY    14.    1906  The Atlin Claim.  THE ATLIN CLAIM is published cverv Saturday  MORNING. MAILCO met TO ANY PART OF THE  WORLD TOR 00 CCNTS PEH MONTH I *0.O0 PCB  YEAR. ADVCRTISING RATES '. SI.OO l-CR INCH EACH  ���NtCnTION ; HEADING NOTICES, 2S CENTS A LINE.  ��� PCCIAL   BATES    ON    APPLICATION.  Excursion to Glacier.  --������������-  JOB PRINTING :  ILL-HrADS, .OSTER-I. VISITING   CARDS.  LKTTCn-HEADS, PROGRAMMES.       ETC.,  ETC.  OFIDCnS    PnOMPTLV    CXCCUTCD.  PRICES   MODERATE.  This Atlin Claim Puiilishisg Co., Ltd.  W.    POI.LAHD.     Ull ANT.      I'DIXOH-MAN'AGF.11.  COURT STENOGRAPHER  REQUIRED.  Now that the authorities al the  capital have made it possible for oui-  resident judge to deal with matters  affecting the liberty of the subject,  there is another subject which we  deem almost as equally important.  The appointment of an official sten-  Ographer for our local courts.  Under   the  Mining Jurisdiction!  the County Courts have  unlimited  jurisdiction���concurrent   with    the  Supreme Court���a jurisdiction unknown under the  ordinary powers.  In a community like  this  almost  the entire time of the Court is taken  tip ��� with   mining   disputes of one  kind or another,  in many instances  involving   very  valuable   holdings  and  interests.    Under  the  present  system  there is no provision for the  permanent appointment  of a stenographer  and,   as there is no stenographer    available--even , though  the. parties wished and were willing  to pay for one, the trial judge  has  to take the notes of the evidence���a  procedure   equally   unfair   to    the  judge and litigants.  After all is said and done, judges  are only humau and are subject to  likes, dislikes and prejudices along  with the rest of mortals, some much  more so than others. It may be a  witness or it may be an unfortunate  counsel that may prejudice the  court; such things have happened  and it is fair to assume they will  Jiappen.  It is impossible for auy of our  best judges, did they so desire,  to take down verbatum ��� all  the evidence given, consequently  the judges' notes of the evidence  are bound to be brief and certainly  only such points as may appear to  him to be vital and important. Such  points may be in favor of or against  a litigant, when, if the whole evidence is put in full���question and  answer���the whole aspect of the  case is changed, and any one dissatisfied with the judgment of the  court can go to the Court of Appeal  with all the evidence that has been  given at the trial, and not the notes  :i judge���fair aud impartial or otherwise���sees fit to put down.  We wish it understood that we  ���ire not attacking anyone���only a  .* ystem which seems lo us to work a  wardship on both bench, bar and  litigants, a system that can be cured  *. ery quickly.  In Canada we, as a nation, are  vory quick to resist any insinuation  : 0uinst the honesty aud integrity of  1 .ir bench and, as a small part of a  threat nation, we ask that our bench  . ay be provided with stenographers  :- -i that there can be no insinuation  v hat ever of partiality or prejudice. J  Last Saturday's Outing >Enjoyed by  Many Citizens.  The excursion last Saturday to  the Llewellyn glacier by a number  of our citizens was declared by all  to have been an immense success.  The day being one of the brightest  of the season added in a material  way to the joys of the trip. A  start was made about 8.30 a.m. from  Atlin, going via Torey inlet, and  Glacier bay was reached about  noon.  Quite a number of ladies and  gentlemen visited the glacier, others  ���either not so brave or curious,  spent the afternoon about the bay.  The return trip was wiled away  by an exceedingly clever legerdemain performance by Mr. John B.  Wolke, who kept his audience on  the qui vive all through.  On the way down an animal was  seen on shore. Some of the ladies  were sure it was a bear by the way  its tail moved. On consulting Mr.  Rupert, the well known hunter, he  informed the knowledge seekers  that the ferocious monster to which  they drew his attention was a young  porcupine.  Ex   Parte   Injunction.  By the Vancouver papers just to  hand 'we ,learn that an ex parte injunction has been granted, upon the  application of the Pine Creek Flume  Co. vs. the Pine Creek Power Co.,  Ltd., J. M. Ruffner, ' manager, restraining the latter company from  constructing any dams or works at  Surprise Lake and from interfering  with the normal flow of Pine Creek.  Full particulars are not as yet to  hand.  Useful and Ornamental Goods  Why sesii out wiikn you can hut coons ak ciii'ai' heiir?  Atlin, Nugget and Grape Rings uml all kinds ol Jewelry nmnu  factored on the lu-ciu'i.t-^.  Fine New..Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry .��"'<' Diamonds  Watches- from .Sfi.iliJ up. Agents for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, CutGlaGS, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  JULES EGGERT '& SON  Safety Deposit Vaults.  ,    ATLIN  AND  DISCOVKRY,.  Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jcwclrs.  They   are   Waiting   for   Youi  IN  CLOTilBNCs.  Bargains  Hats and Dry Goods,  FULL  Carpets and House Furnishings-  LINK    OK "BOOTS    and   SHOES,  also    GOLD   SKAL   HIP- GUM ' BOOTS.  II. C. Brown & Co��,  Atlin and  Discovery, B. C.  Successors to J. H. Richardson.  THE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE.  Through   Line   from   Skaguay   to   Atlin.   White  Horse,   Big  Salmon,  Dawson and all intermediate points.  Finely  appointed trains daily, except Sunday, between  Skaguay, Caribou  and  Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and  Express.  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS:  No. 1.���North Round. |  No. 2.���South Hound.  9.110 a.m. Lv.      SKAGUAY      Ac. 4.30i>.in.  2.10 11.111. Lv.      CARIIIOU       Lv. 11.50 n.m.  4.30 11.111. Ar. WHITE HOUSE Lv. Si.30 n.m.  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS".  Leave CARIBOU 5 p. 111. Mondays,       Arrive ATI.IN 9 a. 111. Tuesdays.  " " 5 p. m. Thursdays, "    ..    *'        S n. in. Fridays..  Leave ATLIN' 5 p. 111. Tuesdays, Arrive CARIBOU 7 a. 111. Wednesdays.  " "       5 p. m. Fridays,, " ". 7 a. m. Saturdays.  150 pounds of baggage'will he checked free with cacti foil fare ticket mid *R> poiiikJs  with each half fare ticket.  Passengers must lie at. depots in time to have Baggage inspected and chedted.  Time Schedules are subject to change without notice.  ��"���"���*'  Baggage   Bonded   Through.  For information  relative to Passenger,- Freight,  Express and   Telegraiih  Rate*,  apply to any agent of the Company or to  A. L. BERDOE, Gen. Mgi\; J. LIFSCOMBE,       -L H. ROGERS. Traffic Manager,  Vancouver, B. C, and    ������   . Agent, Atlin.   . Vancouver, H. C, and  Skaguay, Alaska.  Skaguay, Alaska.  NOTICE.  Cabin   For  Sale.  Any person desiring 11 neut, well appointed  and comfortable cabin, situated 011 the bank  ol" Pine Creek, just above tho "Half-Way"  House, may procure same and contribute to  the support of St. Andrew's Hospital by  applying to J. A. FRASER, Govt. Agent.    ���  ���<��0��H  ��� ������-���-���-���-���>  *  THE   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B. ,C.  C. H.. NISSEN,  * Proprietor.  dx  Restaurant in Connection Under  New and Capable Management.  �����������������������0������*������������i  h  M&  NOTICE.  SIXTY Days after date we intend to upply  to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works, Victoria, B. C, for permission to  purchase the following laud situate ou  Windy Arm, Bennett Division, Cassiar District, commencing at a post on North West  corner of Lot .2, thence 40 chains West along  North Boundary line, 60th parallel latitude,  thence 20 chains South, thence East 40 chains,  thonce 20 chains North along- West boundary  of Lot 72 to place, of commencement, containing SO acres more or less.  Located May 10th, 1900.  W. A. ANDERSON,  jly28       - CHARLES PUGSLEY.  O.K.  BARBER SHOP.  I  FIRST STREET,      -       ATLIN.  F. SHIELDS, Prop.  HOT BATHS 50 cts.  The bath rooms are equally as good as found  in cities.   Private Entrance for Ladies.  ATLINTO LODGE  A. F. 4. A. M.  No. 42, G. R. B. C  _ Regular communications held 011 the II 1st  Thursday of each month  in tho A. O. U. W. Hall,  Third Street.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  The  HOT BATHS  Can be Had at  Royal  Laundry  -On the Waterfront.  Men's Suits Cleaned and Repaired.  All Work Guaranteed.  'Joudsi Called for und Delivered.  Cash 011 Delivery. ���  Mrs. M.  Fenn,   Proprietress.  I  I  Everybody   Should  Advertise   the   District  When   Writing  to   Friends  By   Using  "VIEW OF ATLIN"!  .... . Writing Paper.  LOO  <��>���������������-��������������� <J> ���-��������-��� ��� ��� ���-<  The Object'.'of  >-<$���������������������-$>  Is to advertise and promote  the   interests   of the....  ATLIN DISTRICT!  -**/*     i5^     ��$*  Are  You ���������"a   Subscriber?  *.*L  v*0<  rr?tr;j.nrti2m<VKw<,  pn^nre*...,imT,...>.>j...,��ai.t.,*j��T*iH7.-��m��..i.n..ii��..~..���.........^       , .1*3.1*��� M.5.-1-S.-..,..    n."  5&.:  ATUN,   B._ C,   SATURDAY,   JULY   14,    --?<&  THE   TWO   TRAVELERS.  En bygone times it came i-6  pass,'!  A tall Giraffe wilh a dwarfish t Ass, j  As fellow travelers, side by. side,  They jogged ��� through   a- country,  wide.  ,The Ass was much inclined lo smile  Al his companion's awkward style;f  His great long legs-to criticise,  And al his neck express surprise;  In short, to spare no cruel hit  Whereby he might -display his*.wit. i  !3ut, . ash they _ nuoved   the   region  through,  The vegetation scarcer grew,  Until upon the sterile ground  But   little  -else   than   stones  were  found.,  And -only on Ihe tallest trees  Grew aught thai could their hunger  ease.  And -there, with famine worn away,  The hungry-Ass was forced to stay  And watch his comrade eat the fruit  A dozen feet above the root.  ���"Ah, me1"   he cried,  -"no more I'll  chaff.  Nor at your neck and figure laugh!!'  In truth, I find now, after all,  I'd give my ears to be as tall."  ' h   "        ���    ���St. Nicholas.;  A Reminiscence of  Bill   Nye. -  .The late Bill Nye .was -oiiee billed  to lecture at the little town ol- Big  Rapids, Mich. The manager -of the  ope-ra 'house, lliiuking it w��uM.be a  g-ood advertisement to a-niiouuce the  subject of Mr. Nye's discourse,  wired him: "What are vou going-  to talk about?"  He received in *reply lite follow  ing laconic a ind characteristic mes  sage: ''About two hoMnr-s and a.  half."  Not Suitable to Western Miners .  Recently there has awakened in  the west a considerable interest in  the wonderful developments which  were" made last" year in the Cobalt  district in northern Ontario. The  official figures, owing to-lhe great  richness of the-ore and the remarkable record of .production ior the  district for the first year, . have attracted a wide interest in the possibilities of the section.- Without  meaning .to detract, from the possibilities of the Cobalt district, one  can justly advise the-western operators that conditions, there are.very,  much different from'general mining  of the west. The veins are not  Jarge and the district is somewhat  limited ha area, and the mining  methods are. not carried out on the  same large scale that they are in our  western mines. Iu general, the  ���western-miner would be at some  disadvantage going into this section  and particularly in view of the fact  that the deposits and formations are  somewhat ��� peculiar. The - Cobalt  district will undoubtedly be an important producer ��f silver, but on  the face -of it, it does.not seem to  offer any special field for the western  man at the -present time. This is  true likewise of the Seine river  country, in western Ontario, which  is now again .attracting some inter-'  est and is receiving favorable consideration, particularly because*of  the very rich samples which are  sent out from that country. In this  section the experience of a few years  ago proved very disappointing to  many investors and operators, partly because the developments did not  sustain the expectation placed on'  the "jewelry" samples' which were  found at the surface of the veins  and partly because the difficulties of  transportation' encountered   iii   the  -development of the district were exceedingly great. It is quite likely  that this same district may yet  pro-  yduce considerable gold;   iu fact, in  ��� the Rainy lake country there .are  several producing mines today. But  here again the field is not particularly attractive to western men, who  would: find  their   expectation   not  *n*ade (good and would meet with  new obstacles and difficulties iii  making the development.���Chicago  Mining- World.       ���  SHi�� Shook   Him. j  Nell���And how arc you and Ned!  getting along? I  Bell���Oh, I Saufranciscoizcd him  Nell���Sau Franciscoized him?  Bell-^Yes, shook him.���Kx.  Certificates  of Improvements.  Sunrise and Sunset.Mineral Claims.  ���Situate iu tho Atliu Mining Division', Cassiar  District.     Where  Located.:���On Indian  Creek, mem* Fourth of .fiity-Creek.  npAJKK Notice that L,  Kdwiui-d S. Wilkinson,  as agent for  Louise Leontine Graham,  1-Vee 'Miner's    Certificate    No.   Bl,64S,  and  Alexander McDonald, Free .Miner's Certificate No. Btil.OOfl, intend, sixty days from the  ���date hereof, to apply-to the Mining Recorder  ���for   Certificates   of  (Improvements   for the  purpose of obtaining (Crown Grants of the  aibbve claime.  And further take-noticeithat aation, under  .section 31, must be commenced before  the  issuance  of  such' Certificates af Imju-ove-  ments. ....... .-.���-:!  Dated rthiis 26th day of -feme, 1006.  fiDWAJUD.S. \VaiyKINSON,'P..L.S.  sS ' Agent.  ff|..JUM)M��K.>'WIWJMMUI��mi  i-m��y��^,^..-7..<f.*jr..-.i....^-..a.i.-iWirr.^  WE  lySEMM   BUM  Monthly Price List  and   our  CASH PRICES!  '-  o _____    Strange We, never .thought of it before!!  .77  ���"COMPANIES ACT, 1S97."  -[���^-OTICE IS HEKEBY Given that Tade  -1���^    lObalisldi, of Atlin, in the Province of  British Oalumbia, has  been   appointed-the  now attorney -for the Societe Mlniere de la  Colombie   Britanuique   in 'place  of  Henri  Maluin.'     ' ,.. .'  DaiteCi this 22nd day of June. A.D. 190C.  -,-     S. Y. WOOTTON,  a4 Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.'.  W. MUSGRAVE, B. Sc  Assayer  and  && Chemist  Conrad  City,    Y* T*  Joe  Palmer,  The Reliable. Shoemaker, i  - . -   -   Discovery, B. C  Rubber Boots a Specialty.  Pine tree Rote  DISCOVERY, B. C,  A Strictly First-Class Hotel.  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  The Dining-Room, under the ruan-  agemetvt of Mrs. T. Hinchcliffe,  * furnishes the best meal in town.  l^ftft<*4*>^^i*^*>^>'^**^^J*,s>>***)W*^ft>U**al*>>**i***^  Hampton   A.   Durie, Proprietors.  nugget Jot*.  .      Discovery.  , OPEN,DAY AND.NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  .   ���     :IN  CONNECTION,  Headquarters for Dixon's stage.  Our JULY Price List is How Beady.  OUR Printed Price List j list seems :to fill a long felt need, as, when  our patrons receive it ou the first of the month they know exactly  what goods will cost them during'.the month, and it is a .great assistance  in making up an-order.  We have .a large Stock -of Goods now on the way in  ���and we will p&aoe them -in   the  Store .at Lowest  Possible"   ���  Prices, FOR CASH, <in 'Case Lots.  You are alwa3��3 sure of the   Best Quality-of 'Goods'at the  .A. T. COMPANY'S  STORES.  Goods vdelivered promptly on .the Creeks and iii  Town.  ilf  vou  are  not  already  a -customer  it  'will  pay you  to  give  us. a trial-order. ���-  <^*    J&    ft^T    a5*    e^*    fl��*    *ac^  00.  LIMITED.  The Atlin Market Co,-Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY  OF  ALL  KINDS,  Dressed to Order.  i  C.   DOELKER    Manager..  -��<a*vw^*a<nv*vsaa��'V'<'V'A^^  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly -and Satisfactorily.  ,. . .THE CLAIM OFFICE.  **\^^AAA'VVV^*\^*VSl^^  The  Canadian   Bank  of   Commerce.  CAPITAL   PAID    UP    $ 10,000,000.  Reserve,  $4,500,000.  Branches .of. the Bank at\3eattie,  San Francisco,  Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on all PointSn  Gou> Dost Purchased���Assay Office in Connection,  J. A. SMITH, Manager.  rVW***AAA/VVVYV^ ATLIN,   B,   C>    SATURDAY,'. Jt'I,Y   i4l    1906  Local Events..  Atlin photos arid..senweuiis- postals  3t C. R-. Uournc'H.  ,  The latest lmgaaiiies-audi papers  arc always ait- hand aS Pill*infin"s.  McDonald.'�� G,roc*e*--t��- makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and1 butter.  Geo. Shirley paid the Windy Ann  towns a short basin ass--visit du ring  the week..  Registrar  BS. Yon-tig- this* week  made a short visit- is-Wyiuou and  Skagway..  Eleven- head' of cattle and. sixty-  one sheep- asrived on ysslerdhy's  boat for L. Saluilz.  11. A. Murphj-,.Skaffwaiy agent of  the P. C. steamship lhie,- spent yesterday in Atlin.  W. W". Grime,, whohas spent the  past six months in the coast cities,  ������elurned to camp this. week.   .  Mr.. Geoffrey Bufclbr has been appointed' a Deputy Mining Recorder  ' with headquarters at Wynton.  Thursday was a- very tame i-2th  of July from an Orangeman's point  of view. Cas-siar. and the juveniles  "walked"' in the evening..  Dr. Fraser,. official surgeon ���� the  3L. N. W. M.. Police at Whitehorse,  was in town- Tuesday ou a. combined business-and= pleasure trip.  A quoiting club is beiiig formed  in town by a. number af bhose interested in this very pspulaii forai. cC  exercise , and amusement. Some  very good, scratch matchas- were  played last night.  Mr. and- Mrs, J]. A. Vent, cf Pendleton, Oregon,, who. ai�� an a tone  of the mining fields of the north,  spent Tuesday in the camp and  drove to- Piiia creek ts> view the  hydraulic- o-p-jnatri-Mis.  Messrs. A.. L.. Berdoa-and'J1. H'v  Rogers, general, manager and traffic  manager * respeatively of the White  Pass & Yukon Route,, were in Atlin  Friday on a trip of inspection of the  aompany"s lake, mver aud rail lines.  Never lose sight of'the fact that  P keep on hand at both' my Atlin  and Discovery stores complete stocks  of heavy and shelf hardware and  that all orders, whether large or  small, are attended to,���J.T.Regan  It is announaad. that Charles K.  Lipuian, of New York, and who intends touring the northern gQldfields  during August with a-pacty of th-intry  friends, is endeavoring to secure the  entire passenger accommodation' af  the C. P. R. steamer Princess May  for her sailing from Victoria for  Skagway on July 30th.  His' Honor- Judge F-. McB: Young  left on Tuesday's boat on circuit for  Port Simpson, Kssington and. Hazel-  ton ,to hold sittings of the County  Court. The- judge will" be away  about two aud a half or thr-aa- weeks.  Mrs. Young accompanied the judge  as far as Skagway and retu?ned to  town on Friday morning-.  . The Gleaner aud Scotia made extra trips this, week to. bring in some  aighteen tons ; of dynamite for Mr.  J. T. Regan and a scow load of machinery for the Atlin "Consolidated  Mining C01 On Thursday night  the- Scotia, want to- McKee Greek  with a cargo of lumber and dynamite for the McKee Amalgamated  Hydraulic-Company.  New Arrivals.  July 1.0,���Rev. j. Pringle, J: A.  and Mrs, Vert, Mrs. E. J.. Edwards,  Dr. Fraser,. A. PovMell and' W. H.  Viekers. July 13���E. A. Murphy,  Mrs. Judge Young, A. L. Berdoe,  H. J. Langtree, J. H. Rogers, Max  and,Mrs. Liz&r, W. McKechnie, H.  Young- A.. R. Sagerson, G. M.  Shirley, T. Brooks, T. O'Neill, J.  U*t.*. Walkeiibergy..  Former AfrJInite Visits Camp.  Ksy Tmesd'ay-'s boat tha' Rev..Dr.  Pringle,   one   tiinie  pioneer of  this  camp���aaid shepherd to the Pr-esliy-  tcri-a-u- congneg'atKin   lis re, returned  !to visit hisoM' friend's-and- pastorate  for three weeks.    The doctor, who  is a member of the Yukon* Council,-  has  lxieii  pa.yi-t.tg a visit fc��. up-river  iplaces   aiuli   Conrad1,   a-ndl Wynton  itowns.     The ' reverend-   gentleman  :wore  a better'   pleased - took   than  (Usual as the boat swuKo-g' alongside  the   dock  and  it is safe to venture  :that Atliu-always Ituas a. very.warm  -spot  in this old cairapni'g-her''s heart.  The Stow. Mr. K��ss will- take advantage of the <aOctor"s presence for  a short trip to W nil eh ��use- and  .down-river poatts.  THE IRON STOKE.  Just   to   Hand I  Pxemi&a MeBi?rd* Ss Clming- North.  The- following wire was received  by IDr. Young on Thursday:-  '-Victoria, July rath, "06.-���Dr.  Young, Atlin:- Leaving tonight for  Atlin via Hazelton. Will advise  you.���R. McBride.'"'  New novels- arriving constantly  at C. R. Bourne's,  Stables & Lumsdlein-. carry a stock  o�� goodi groceries.  Read' the A. T. Co/s advertisement oh page 3��.   Ws right.. '  Why use inferior gasoline,.when  you ean get 76-audi S6- per cent, at  Reg-an"s��  Atfin antol Discovery.  INotice ta  ARCT8C  BROTHERHOOD.  Oui*  Fresh Eggs,  Onions, Oranges,  Applets,   Lemons.  QuK'.Goons-r-Allwny.s lire Best.  Pricks���Cash o-r Credit---As-Low-as- tbe Lowest.  STABLES ������ LUMSDEN.  northern Brewing Company, pi  .'    ATLIN, Bi C.  Brewers   of Lager Beer  and Porter.  c*  S-MALL AND LARGK ORDERS PROMPTLY,FILLED.  The EGOTENAY HOTEL  ft******        M��W!M��KMI��MMM����AM  ���***.**��&** **��#*-*  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  !THK  DINING-ROOM . IS CONDUCTED  ON ST3UCTLY FIRST-  ��� "     ; "  'CLASS -PRINCIPLES.  The A��KIjAt..It^CUKSiO*S ��3 the Arctic  1'rothei-hood will leave the wharf at Atlin at  S. p.m. an. Saturday, July 2Sth. AH brothers,  desiring to attend will kindly send their  names ro tile Arcfcre Hfcconlter-iiot '.liter ->h��v->i  the list, inst-  "\V. II. Vieftei-s'  1 Arctic Recorder.  A   BAZAAR  WUIliL   HE   HELD k\  St. Andrew's Churchy Atfih,  1 '.BY   THE  Womens' AuxifiaryT  Thursday Evening, July Ik  Refreshments Will   be SaamedL '  Everybody   Welcome..  Proceads in ai'd of Church-.  THE ROYAL HOTEL,  DIXON   <S-   SCHULZ,   Pnoprictors.  Coarroif Pearl and Fivst Streets, Atlin, B. C  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IfM   CONN (ACTION.  i.H01C*-ST Wi(**i-5. SlivUGnS Anu CSOARo  KSX. 6WJ0S A SPEUACTT.  Hearted   arnd'   Lirfhtetf  i By    its.   QiMn.    Plant  \t  Ffne  Sample   Rooms  Fate Cooaixiercial  Men  WHITE PASS HOTEL  *s%  ^  P.   D.  McMILLAN,   Manager-  Largest asad Best Appointed Hotel sa Yukon.  WHITEHORSE, Y. T.  Chatee-   B*i-   Stack.  Hatas. MiO.DERATE  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  MORTGAGEE SALE.  1  ���  nnAKK NOTICE that the Mort-  ��� J*-- gagee intends to sell by Tender  'all the Plydraulic Plt-int*,, Mining  Machinery, Pipes anall outfit belonging to  .THE COLUMBIA HYDRAULIC  MINING  COMPANY,  Situate on Spruce Creek.  Tenders, for the purchase of the  .same wi-lt be nacei��ecL by tk& .undesigned, up to Saturday, the 2.1st day  of July, at noon-.  For further particulars and information- application may also be  made to the undersigned,, or to Mr,  M. R. Jauiiesiin, Discovery.  Tlie lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  E. M. N*. WOODS,  Solicitor for Mortgagee.  Datedi aii' Atlin,   this   4th   day  ��f  Julli, 1^06.. a   ,  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILLNGS.  Sn S. Princess  May,  July \\ asad 2J-.   August 4, 16 and 27.  S* S�� Princess   Beatrice,  July i8 and 3U   August II and 22L  Sh-iltnir rrom Skagway 6p.m.  Direct to Vancouver and Victoria.  Transport-liier by rarT or xteameu to Seiutt.le without extra chur^*-  H. B. Dunn,  A'cent, SItaerwayv  We b'i.vis <iui��tt;!��-i-wi��o..    No iiileruicdiiite oalLi.  , '    l'or rates or i-nforiiiation uiiply to  A Large Shipment o��  EHiES  JWST ARRIVED   AT  a^ritvgi tho  Season-  li  U/U4. Hove-  FzeskYFtxixt and Vegetables Arriving   EVERY    FRIDAY  ii^'i'?S'f.Wffi^??'"*'~"'^^^

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