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 -\l  v    .   JUL 151907        J  cff  vor,. ?/*.  ATLIN,   B.C.,   SATURDAY.  JULY   6,   .907.  NC. .-.17-  TELEGRAPHIC.  ' A Budget-"of Interesting News  , From Many Quarters.  J.SI'UtllAL TO THK.OJjAIM.I ��� ,   ,  Sydney, N.ir".W.. July 5.-Several  ���steamers arriving here report that  a teniffic hurricane accompanied by  immense tidal waves has swept over  the'Caroline Islands. ' Some two  diundicd persons are' reported as  having perished.  Denver, July 5.���While addressing a convention of the Western  Federation of Miners, Robert Randall, of Goldfields, predicts a general strike of all the miners throughout the country.- *,  Paris, July 5.���A11 incendiaiy  movement among the peasants nf  the south of France is hastening the  adjournment of parliament to July  7th. This means the shelving of  the income tax, and a number ot  . other measures. -The session-has  been practically barren of results.!  No reforins were realized aud some  were openly abandoned.  Frederickton, July 5.���The judge  has sent the Emtnerson-Crockett  case to a higher court, and the matter will not be heard of again for at  least six months.  Tokio, July 5.���At a joint meeting of seven chambers of coninjerce  here, it vvas resolved to address the  principal chambers of commerce of  America, drawing attention to the  cordial trade relations which have  always existed between the. two  countries, and the serious damage  to the continuance of those relations  by the repeated humiliations which  have been inflicted on Ihe Japanese  subjects on the Pacific coast. They  ask the co-operation of the commercial bodies of - the United States to  bring about the amelioration of the  -present conditions: This, - they  claim, may bring about a solution  of tlie existing difliculties.  Washington, July 5.���Reading  between the lines of the statement  issued by the Japanese chambers of  commerce assembled at Tokio, the  officials at Washington see clearly  that a threat of a boycott against  American goods enteriug Japan is  'implied.  Toulon, France, July 5.���It has  been reported that during the voyage of the French squadron from  Marseilles, the battleship Jaurist  Cuberry collided with the torpe.de  destroyer Pertusane causing death  or injury to about sixty of the men  of the two boats. The maritime  prefectures decline to give the least  information. Confirmation of the  disaster cannot be obtained.  Vancouver, July 5.���Dominion  Day throughout Western Canada  was devoted to athletic sports, every  little town and hamlet had its tournament of sport.     The weather has  been beautiful. One big surprise lo  all was Ihe defeat of the redoubtable  Westininstet lacrosse team by the  Maple Leafs, of Vancouver, by a  score of 12 to 4. -    -  Tokio, July' 5. ���The impression  here regarding tlieanti-Japanse feeling and demonstrations at 'Frisco  is that it is the outcome of a deeply  laid plan based upon racial hatred.  Recent developments apparently go  lo support the impression.' Japanese newspapers with American correspondents in San Francisco have  ceased to receive news from them.  Impression here is that pressure has  been brought to bear upon the correspondents not to serve Japanese  papers. Fear is expressed that the  danger point will soon be reached.  Special to The Claim.-���The  light between" Tommy Bums, the  clever Canadian fighter and Squires  the much vaunted Australian terror,  resulted a little, differently to what  'was expected. Squires was an easy  mark for Burns who put the Australian out in two rounds, knocking  him down three Limes.  Celebration at Discovery.  Trie-celebration of the Dominion  Day at 'discovery was a splendid  success. The different- -creeks furnished a large number of visitors  aud Atlin contributed a couple of  stage loads and   many   private rigs.  The sports were well contested,  though there were no records broken. The baseball match evoked the  wildest enthusiasm-. Some of the  fans did so much 'rooting' that they  had to make journeys into town to  'take something' for it. Professionals might' have' taken tips on the  short-stopping, fry-catching base  stealing, etc. The tug-of-war be-  ween teams from Discovery and  Spruce was won by the strong-armed contingent from the creek.  A grand ball in the evening, held  in the Gold House, wound up the  day's celebration.  Excursion to Glacier.  The Str Scotia will leave Atliu at  8 a. m. Saturday for a trip to the  Glacier by way of Torrey Inlet.  . liverybody is requested to fix up  a lunch and come along. A day's  outing will do you go.  There is probably no company of  individual miners iu the district better known and more generally liked  than that composed of Louis Gierke,  Lyman Hodge, 'Dad'' Davies and  James Kershaw, operating on tipper  Wright creek. It is with great  ���pleasure the announcement is made  that the boys had a splendid cleanup last week. For about a month's  sluicing they got no ounces. This  is a most excellent showing and it  is hoped.the. pay-streak may prove  richer as it is followed. Tom Mach-  ell is working for the company and  Mrs. Machell looks after the coin-  missarv. ��� ���      '  Local and General News.  McDonald's Grocer}- makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and  butter.  ' ��� Fresh Cabbage, Rhubard, Carrots, Parsnips, and Seed Potatoes  at Pillman's.  Captain Arthur Dick is now at  Prince Rupert, installed as provincial fire warden.  Mr. W Pollard Grant returned  to Atliu last Friday from a business  trip to the coast cities.  .Mr. Charles'Gilmore, of Discovery, has beeu appointed a fire warden for the Atlin district.  Miss Maud Haslett'and- Miss Margaret ,McDonald spent a few days  at Taku the first of tlie week as the  guests of Mrs."Kelly.  Mr. James Thompson, who' was  in charge of jtue*0. K. Barber Shop  the past winter, has started business  in Discovery.  M. R. J'. Reid, the local school  teacher, went out last week on a  trip to the lower coast. He will be  away a couple of months.  Miss Anderson, school teacher at  Discovery, left Tuesday for Victoria. She will, not return to the  North asaiu, at least not to take  charge of the school.  The frieuds.of Mr. and Mrs. Jack  Ronayne will be pleased to learn  that" another "mite" has appeared  in the household in the shape of a  son.  The McKee Creek Consolidated  had a banner clean-up last week  registering some 740 ounces. This  is the second clean-up for'the season  and the indications are that 1907  total will be an eye-opener.  Good reports are coming iu.from  all directions. The company of  miners working at the mouth of  Gold Run have had splendid results  from their winter's dump and are  now drifting on veiy good ground.  Jack Kiikland left Atlin this  week for Vancouver. While running the Atlintoo river iu a canoe he  had an upset, escaping with a thorough sousing.  Robert McKee, working on the  O'Donnell river, reports his prospects for the coining season as first-  class. He is confident he will have  a good fat poke by the last clean-up.  Mr. b'red Shields, proprietor of  the O. K. Barber Shop, who has  been away on an eight month's tour  of the Old Country via the U. S.  and Canada, resumed business the  beginning of the week. -Fred looks  well after his long holiday.  Larry O'Connor and Jim McKinnon had'a nasty spill last Sunday  on Otter creek. Coming the hill  down a shalt broke throwing both  men out. Larry turned a few cartwheels while in the air but landed  right side up. Jimmy turned only  once and a half and tried to break a  boulder with the back of his head.  They were perfectly sober.  Arrivals per, Str. Scotia.  July :st.���C A. Carmen, W. A.  Bruner, J. Tallmire. -  July 5.���Miss J. McKay, Rev. J.  Hawksley, H. R. Berdoe, J. Lang,  O. F. Conley, P. Fleming, C. Davis',  E. McMillan, Skukum Jim and  Cariboo Annie.  FOR SALE.���Atlin Club; " in*  eluding Building, Piano, Billiard  Table, Bar Fixtures, Furniture,  etc., as a whole or iu separate lots.  Apply to C. R. Bourne,  -    * Liquidaloi.  Hugh Molyneaux, district road  boss, will be busy with his crew  shortly putting in a road to Wilson  creek. A slart will be made from  Blue Canyon, and from there lo  Wilson is about twelve miles.  1  The work now being done on  Ruby creek by the Ruby Creek  Mining Partnership, under the supervision of Mr. Robt. McKay, is  simply further proving the richness  of that valuable" properly. ' Some  very heavy gold was sent down recently from their first sluicing. A  test was made recently by Mr. J.  Parke Charming a'.'id -Ihe showing  was eminently satisfactory/     - r -  With the introduction of their  new steamer, the Princess Royal, 011  the Skagway run, the C. P. R. has  the best fleet oi steamers ever plying to the North. The Princess'  Royal is a new vessel having jusl  been launched from Bullen's ways  at Esquimalt, B. C: She is a beauty as to model aud her interior fittings are of the very best. The ,  boat is at the present time the finest  that has ever been in Northern waters. Only a week or so' ago-the  Princess Beatrice and the City of  Seattle had a brush on Millbank  Sound. The Beatrice" distanced the  Seattle in a very short time. 'To  be sure of comfort, safely aud speed  book your passages on the C. P. R.  boats.  J. E. Gobeil, general-inspector of  Ihe Yukon telegraph service;. Y.  Denis, civil engineer; Jack Patterson and W. .Scott Simpson, chain-,  men; arrived iu Atlin last Tuesday  fifteen days and a half irom Telegraph Creek.- The paity had ten  pack animals as far as Pike river  which were sent back in charge of  three indians, The telegraph Hue  has been measured from Telegraph  aud the distance shortened considerably. The trails reported as tairiy  good lo Pike river, but horn ther:;  on to Atliu it is iu.rather a bade  state, this is due to the rough country and swamps through which the  trail leads. Remarkably good timo  was made from Telegraph considering that ever)- foot of. the line  had to be carefully measured. After  remaining here a day getting supplies, etc.. the party.set off Thursday morning lo measure the distance between Atlin and Whitehorse. Charlie Glavt left with'tlie-  party going as fat as the north eV.d  of Atlin lake. ATLFN,   B. C,    SATURDAY,   JULY   6,    1907.  The Atlin Claim.  Jilt; A J I.IN CLAliM iy puulighi'd cvcnv satumdav  MORN INC..       MAI LCD     rilEE , TO    /\ N Y    PANT   OF  1 HC  wontn ron no ccktb r-i-n iiornii; sti.oo pen  vtar. advciin-.ir.t, iiatiir : j 1.00 pcii inch lach  ���iMBrriTioN :  mladimg Noricca. an cents *\ Line,  '���ITCIAL    RATC-I    ON    APPI I CATION.   _ �����>.��   JOti i'��!NT!N��i :  ���flll-L-MCftOS, '        PO&TCr-l., WIIITINit   CAnos,  LtTTcn-iirAn-j, pnor.iiAMrv.i n.     i:tc., mc.  onncis  i-nor.irTi.v  cxiicutcq.  pnirr.'i  uoDtiiATr..  Thk -Ati.in Claim  Pmir.i��iiiN<; Co., l/m.  CllAHI.r.iS   1..   C-l'Iil.IN-.       -        liliri'OJJ-AJANA'irH.  The Prospects.  During the past week wc have  liad three very prominent men in  ihe mininef world visitiw* our dis-  trict, namely; J. Parke Channing,  W. H. Radford and K. A. Schlicfcr.  Mr. Channing was in charge of the  part j' and represents theLewisohns,  of New York, one of the largest  mining corporations in the United  States,' ranking alongside the Gug-  geuheims.  The gentlemen while here visited  the different creeks and workings'  of the camp and wherever they  'went were apparently well satisfied,  very well satisfied, with what they  saw. In their lour of inspection  they included Ruby, Spruce, the  workings on Pine and the hydraulic  operations ou McKee. During the  visit to McKee the McKee Hydrau-  The Mining   World, of Chicago,  a paper well and widely known both  lie Consolidated Company, of which j in   Canada   and the   United States  Fletcher   T.   Hamshaw  is general j make--, editorial  comment on a sub-  On the contrary, these men-said  very little, nothing that could be  misconstrued or magnified. They  did not court publicity. They understand, as should all sensible people, that the proper persons to receive their reports and opinions are  those-who sent: .them here, .and not  .the eager aud sometimes loo inquisitive seeker after information, who  may have driven stakes somewhere  near the sky-line.  They informed us they intended  paying us another visit very shortly. There is a.lot.of satisfaction lo  ns in that statement, because a favorable impression must have been  made else why the return trip?  ' Don't lose sight of the main issue  ���capital is looking our way with  inquiring gaze���and that meai'S a  lot. Once these big companies get  lo sending in their representatives  lo find out what we have, others  will surely follow. All we want is  to be known. The goods are here  and can be delivered, and what  is more there is an abundance. Be  of good cheer, shift your hand-hold  to get a better grip to cling on.'.  Don't get down iu the mouth for  theie is a big chance of this district  becoming famous ' throughout the,  mining world.   ' M>��   k*��S��**5��^��^****.^.��>P!ff*��i**ft"-'^.��>*^  N.  '���W'o  jj Fresh Fruit and Vegetables  I will arrive - by   every  boat. <  f i  |: The Iron* Store, - ' First. Street, -j  *: Ji  o  POOL   ROOM  GOOD   STABLING  THE GOLD   HOUSE   ';  niSCOVKRY. 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.  ior  IWM  Konuad,Wawiikcka, Managt*r.  M  manager,   had  proved   to   be  a   clean-up.     This  a most   satisfaclorv  jeel of vast importance, and we endorse its  views   thoroughly.     Read  '.Brewers   of Lager Beer  ^ssss  Porter.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  one,   realizing   something over 740 j for-yourselves:      "When  the. man-  ounces. Tlie biggest percentage of  the gold was of a very coarse and  heavy nature, very little, if any,, of  flake or flour gold showing. The  visitors were much impressed by  the showing made, the nature of tlie  gold, aud the general conditions  pertaining.  While visiting Spruce aud Ruby  they took several pans from spots  chosen at random, and iu no instance was the result, unsatisfactory.  The very fact that these gentle-  men were in the camp must be taken as a good omen. For why?  Well, they rcprc-cut money and the  only inference that can be taken is  that "Money" has heard of the  camp and is interested, or, at least  wants lo know what is going ou in  this part ot' the county. They arc.  of a class of men we- like to see.  They apparently know their business or they would not be'.connected  with or employed by such people as  the L'-'wisohns.    They   did   not  go i.  about  spreading- the   news with  a  blatant and   consequential   manner,  ugeuient of a mining company uses  a 30-seated motor car  to convey its  workmen who live at a distance   to  and from the   mines,   apparently to  economize lime in travel and to preserve   the   vitality of the  laborers  who would otherwise have to walk,  there  is   shown   the   wisdoni   that  promises success for the enterprise.  The  Wen/da us   Coal  Company, at  Han.sdorf, Germany, should be given credit   for   the  initiative   it   has  taken iu  this  direction.   .Doubtless  other large   mining oompanies will  follow the same example.    Watching  the   wellare of workmen is not  alone a sociological study;  it means  dollars   and   cents   to  investors in  mines    and    metallurgical    works.  Good pay,   an   eight-hour clay,  hu��  mane handling ol. subordinates by  their superiors, aud the privilege to  work,   are   the   principals  that are  finely   interwoven   in   the  fabric of  the present day  progress and prosperity.'" .  .The  above sound idea's  ! are as applicable in Atlin as iu Ger-  THE  -TENAY HOTEL  &9-&.W.&&  9&&&9&.&.&sw&&&&&&^&8$V&-stP-j  ������^ft-M^.W.s'-.WW"*-*'.*:-"  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  The Bar is supplied  with   none   but  the   best brands of Liquors  and Cigars.    P"irst-class Billiard and'Pool Tables.  S  DIXON   &   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  FIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  ���CIIOICLSr WINES, LIQUOKS AND CIGAHS CASI. GOODS A   SI'IXIALIY.  telling of what they'had done and -  what they were g'.in'g to do, there- I  by  causing some  of the property-  many. We have .known of companies operating here who cared not  a jot about the comfort or welfare of  the employees. On the other hand  there are companies who treat their  owners!,, camp to grow dizzy fig��r- j cmployees.with proper cousideralion  ing how much lliyy would be worth j realizing that it is good  policy  and  'Kwlien they sold their claims.' 1 "pays best.'"  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B.C.  ^^s<<s^'-<^tf^^��^^^^^^iffy7<?^i*^s*'*e^ tt**tf^^^^^^-^<*ra'tt^'��^**^��  o&'*a^ct*a<!>aoa<��a$a#D:<*>tt^^  The ;Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  '    PTiESI-i: 'DBJSSSED  MEATS  POULTRY  OF  ALL.  KINDS,   Dressed to  Order.  '���'CLilBIS.   DOIuLvKKR.   MANAGER. ���'���..'  .Vi��j^ij.-w*jt'(!-v/ft;��,KV^' k '���V.ni.-���-;.*..  r  ATLIN,    H.  C,   SATURDAY,    JULY   6,    rgo?-  ��� The Spell of the Yukon.'  One of the ."Songs of a Sourdough," by R.'W. Service, Whitehorse.  I wanted the gold and Lsotight it;  I scrabbled and mucked like a slave.  ' Was it famine or  scurvy���I fought  il- -  1 hurled my youlhinto a grave.  .1 wanted the gold, and 1 got' il���  Came out with a fortune last fall������  Yet,   somehow,   life's   not   what-1  thought ii,  And, somehow, the. gold isn'tall.  No;    there's   the   land.  (Have you  seen it?)  It's the cussedest laud, that I know,  From   the .deep,   dizzy mountains  that screen it,.-  To  the  deep,'deathlike .valleys below;  Some say   God   was tired   when he  made it; ���  Some say it's a fine laud to shun;  Maybe���but  there's some as would  .     trade -it  ' j ��� '     ���  . For'no land-on earth���and I'm one.  Yon come to get rich (damned good  reason.),  You feel like an exile at first;  Yrou hate it like hell for a season,  And then  you   are  worse than  the  worst. -    -  ,'  Il grips you -like some kind of sinning; .  It twists you from foe to a friend;  It seems it's  been' since the beginning.  It seems it will be to the end.  I've stood in some mighty-mouthed  hollow  That's  plumb-full  of  hush   to the  brim;  I've  watched   the big;  husk}*" sun  wallow-  In   crimson.,and   gold,   and   grow  dim.  Till the moon set the pearly peaks  gleaming,  And   the stars   tumbled out,  neck  . ���  and crop;  And I've thought' that I surely was  dreaming,  With   the. peace of the world piled  on top.  The summer���no sweeter was ever.  The sunshiny woods all atbrill;  The greyling aleap in' the river,  The bighorn asleep on the hill.  The   strong   life   that  never knows  harness���  Tlie wilds where the cariboo call;  The   freshness,    the   freedom,   the  i'arness���  O God! how I long for it all.  The   winter,    the   brightness   that  blinds yon, -  The   white  land   locked tight as a  drum,  The cold fear that follows and finds  you,  The    silence   that   bludgeons  you  dumb. '  Lending library���-books constantly arriving.���C. R. Bourne's.  The snows that' are older than history,  The'woods where the weird shadows  slant;  The  stillness;    the  moonlight,    the  mystery���  I've bade em good-bye, but 1 can't.  There's a land where the mountains  are nameless,  And the rivets all  run,  God knows.  where; ' '  There are lives   that are erring and  aimless;  And deaths. that   just   hang   by  a  hair. '.''.. c-  Theie  are   hardships'  that   nobody  reckons;  There   are   valleys  unpeopled   and  still,  There's a land���oh, it beckons and  beckons,  And I want to go back���and I will.  They're making uiy money diminish  I'm sick 'of the taste'of- champagne.  Thank God, when I'm skinned to  '"   a 'finish -  I'll pike to the Yukon again.  I'll fight���and you bet it's no sham  fight; -  '  It's hell, but I've been there before,  And it:s better than this by a dam-  sight���"  So me for the Yukon ouce more.  There's gold, and it's haunting and  haunting;'    l  It's luring me on, as of old;  Yet it isn't the gold that I'm wanting.  So much as just finding the gold.  It's the, great, big,, broad land up  yonder,  It's the forests where silence has  ��� lease;  It's the beauty- the fills me with  wonder, \  It's the stillness that fills me with  peace.  Kstr;._^f.  THE ATLIN TRADING  ���        CO., LD. '  tSTOSRBZXSSSEKIBES;  Downey's    Chocolates      arriving  constantly at U. R. Bourne's.  NOTICE.  Take Notice that I, A. McDonald shall apply to the Board of  Licence Commissioners, of the Atlin  Licence District, at the next regular  meeting ou June 15, 1907, for the  transfer of my hotel licence for the  Wynton Hotel, Wynlou, B. C, lo  W. Ii. Simpson, ot Wynton, B. C.  Signed  A.  R.  McDoxaui,  Atlin, 13. C, June 6th, 1907.  IN-VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION  7'    , .    . ���  It has been decided, at a -meeting of the  shareholders of the Atlin Trading Company, Limited, held on Tuesday afternoon,  June 4th, 1907, to   wind  up  the affairs of  the company.  .  , '"- ,'  The entire stock, etc,, will be sold, en  block or otherwise, without regard to~ cost.  Everything mast be disposed" of within sixty days.   .  ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE ABOVE COMPANY ARE  REQUESTED .TO CALL AND' SETTLE WITHOUT DELAYS  -a.  ' JL. S.  CROSS,   LIQUIDATOR  Moves and Hardware!  IRON  PIPING,   STEEL   AND   BAR IRON,  DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,  GASOLINE.  STEEL SHINGLES and CORRUGATED IRON.  lames T�� Re^asi  Stores in Atlin and Discovery. *.  HOW  TO  SECURE   HEM'.  Farmers, contractors, manufacturers, aud all employers of labor-  desiring married or single men, will  do well to apply at ouce to Major  C. W. CreVghtou, Salvation Army  Immigration Department, 439 Harris Street, Vancouver, B. C, or  Rupert Street, Winnipeg, Man.  Blank application forms will be  supplied and each application will  receive careful attention, No men  will be sent unless applied for in the  above manner.  ^��-��-��-��-��-��-��-��->-�� ************* ��-�� O G>*************.********* ��-��  H. E. BROWN & CO.  Successors to J. H. Richardson.  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.  StCXRJIB AT ATI..I X AND I >ISC< "YF.RY.  <��>-* ***** *���***-<'****** *~*-*-*-*-*-*-�� o s> ********** ****** t ****** *^  W  $  Why sbnd out when you can get goods as cheav hehe.-  Atlin, Nugget and   Grape   Rings  **"*1 all kimls of Jewelry.inn.iiu  ,   faeturecl on tho premises.  Fine  New  Stoelt  of   Watches,   Clocks,  Jewelry   and   Diamonds  Watches from ��5.00 up. Anents for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  JULES E66EBT & SON, aton and discovery,  safety Deposit vaults       Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jcvxbs* A.  ATLIN,    B.   C..   SATURDAY,    JULY   6,   1907.  Si. Mai'iin'*. Church ���Tlie Rev.  j.jh.i iiawh-li-y will ..-(.induct both  morning and t-veniug services on  Sunday next, tiic ("ith inst. Theie  will lie a celebration of the Holy  Communion at ihe niurnin" service.  The Cemetery.���A public meeting will be held ut the Court House  at 7.30 p. 111. on Monday, the Slh  inst., to appoint trustees and lo  considei means by which tlie cemetery may be, properly fenced-in and  kepi iii order.  Le Baron Da vies, for several seasons a resident: in the Allin district  and at present local fi eight clerk at  Westminster for the Ii. C. Electric  Railway Company, was the lucky  holder of the winning ticket in the  Derby sweepstakes. The ticket  carried a prize of $[,100.  The little Mabel 1-. is now making daily trips between Cariboo and  Wynton via Conrad. This is a boon  to the prospectors, miners and others  who are on the travel between these  -points"."- She is proving to be quite  a popular craft. Capt. Tom Brown  is in command.  The athletic and sporting element  of Atlin have organized a lawn tennis club aud .have obtained permission to use the rink as a court.  Some of the energetic members have  been at work levelling the ground,  cutting the grass and getting things  into shape generally with very good  results indeed. Tlie necessary balls,  rackets, nets, etc., will be along  shortly aud a series of games stated.  All who feel disposed to join will be  welcomed.  .TOR   SAXJ5  -   2,250  SHARES  IS  Till! '  McKee   Hydraulic   Consolidated  l.l.\!ITI"I> COMIWNY, Ol-' ATI,IN,  , At a very low pi-k-o.   Addrcsi-.',  Geza Popper, Greenville,  Texas, U. S. A.  Hampton   &   Duria,  Proprietors,  Discovery.  01 >E N��� DAY  A N D , NIG HT.  RISSTA U RA.Nri:.  ���  Ilmlnr Kut irol.v Now Manaireim-nl.  '-  ll>-uiliiiniit,Bi,s for Dixon's slatro.  Fine Tree fiotel  I'lSCOVEKV,   11. C.  KIKST-ChASS DINING  ROOM  GOOD CU'AN ROOMS-  ONLY   Till*   HKST GOODS  USUI' AT Till" BAR.  ED.   SANDS,'  ��� Proprietor  Atlin View'  C r  Letterheads  We still have a few  pads left. The only  Letter. Paper to use  when you are writing to your friends in '  the East.  To be had at The Claim office.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  ATLINTO LODGE  A. F. &. A. M.  No. 12, G. R. 11. C.  Regular  0omnianioa-  tions  held  on tlie  iirst  Thursday of each iiionl.li in  the  A. O. U. W.  Hull, Third Street-.  Tisitiiif*. brethren cordially invited.  Tiir-next regular oomniiinieation  will  he  held 011 Thui-Mluy, July Ith, fit 7.SI) ii.ni.  15y order ot tho \V. M.  C. K. I'OUKNl", Secuetahy.  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  o  o.  r     BARBER SHOP.  J. \V. THOMPSON,  jrANAGIil'.  BATHS FIFTY CENTS  Priviitu Kiitrance for Ladies.  Police   Court.  Johnny Anderson and Shorty,  two Indians, were arrested iu Discovery last Monday by Constable  Malcolm Ross. Tlicy had been imbibing loo freely of skookum chuck  supplied by one Henry Johnson.  Johnson was fined $50 and costs;  Short}- got 7s find costs; Johnny  Andcrson $30 and costs and ten  days, with an additional thirty days  if the fine was uot paid.  y.-p/-.-*--' -.-.'.... -3~.*J'Jx*  WtJ  1  }n the matter of the Estates of  Matthew McEv/an and Daniel Burnyeaf, deceased; and  the Official Administrators  Act.  NOTICE is hereby given that by  an order made by His Honour F.  McB. Young, Judge of lire County  Court at Atlin, on the 29th day of  June, 1907, the undersigned was  ������appointed administrator of the above  estates  All persons having claims against  the said estates or either of them  must send same properly verified to  the undersigned on or before the  ictli day of August next ensuing  after which the administrator will  proceed to distribute the assets of  the said estates taking notice only  o'.' such claims as have been by that  time properly verified.  W. E. FISHER,  Official Administrator.  Atliu, B. C, July 6th,   -907.  Synopsis or Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  /\   NY available Dominion  Lands   within  /-\    tin' Railway llelt in liritisli Columbia.  may he  hoiiicstnaded  by any person  who  is  the -.ole head ol a family,or any male over IS  years of aj-o. to tlie extent of, tino-niiarter  section of 1U0 acres more or less.  Entry mnt,t be made personally at the local  laud ollico fur the district in which the land  is situate. '   -  'Che homesteader i-,.required .to perform  tlie conditions connected therewith under  one of the Followiiiit plans:  0) At lcasl six months' residence upon and  cultivation of tho land in each year for three  yea rs.  C>) I f tlie father for mother, if t tio father is  doi-i-iiscil) of tho homesteader resides upon u  farm in the vicinity of the land entered fur,  the reiinireirieiits as t�� residence may lio  bati&lied by such person residin-r with the  father or mother.  C'J) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming; laud owned by him in  the vicinity of his homestead, .the rciiiiivc-  ments ns to residence may he satislied by  residence upon the said laud.  Six months' notice iu writing- should bo  friveutotlieComniissioner of Dominion Lands  at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal land* ina>- he purchased at Sit) per aero  for soft coal and-*20for anthracite. Not more  than ;)20 acres c.tx'i he acquired by onu individual in- company. Royalty at the rate of  ten centu per ton of 2.00(1 pounds ihall he collected on tin* f-ross output.  W. W-. CORY.  Deputy of I.ho Minister of tlie Interior  N.H.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will uot )>���) paid for. jyai-dm  TO CONSUMPTIVES.  The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means,  after suffering for several years with  a severe lung affection, and that  dread disease Consumption, is  anxious to'make known to his fellow sufferers -the. means of cure.  To those who. desire it, he will  cheerfully send (free of charge) a  copy of the prescription used, which  they will find a cure for Consumption, Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchitis and all throat and lung  MaJwAwiks. He hopes all sufferers  ���will try his remedy, as it is invaluable. Those desiring the prescription, which will cost therii nothing,  and may prove a blessing, will  please address  Rev. Edward A, Wilson,  Brooklyn, N.Y.  Princess Royal    ��     July lO  Princess May     -    July  Y7  Suiliiicr from Skagway 0p.m.  Direct to Vancouver and Victoria.  ��*������-' . '  Transporting by rail or steamer to Seattle without extra chlU'RO 3  \  We prlvo quick service.     No intermediate calls.  Por i-ates or.information apply-to '* ���   .. '.'���      .'       -    . ���  Acreiit, Skagway.  <S>��-  USE OUR ADVERTISING  COLUMNS  Placing before the public  the many advantages of  the district is the object of  *o^*o*a*��*a*��*c8a*a* <wo"*"o��.*#*3*b*o**c^  U^Ua,     TI*!***    #7I-*I*aa ff  This cannot be success.-   .,.  /���  fully accomplished with-  '.'.'��� ./������-...-   ��� . .���.  out the generous support of  the business  peopl  and  the residents.  -*���*-  SEND US irDUR SUBSCRIPTION  ���><$>** * * ������<  ���-���-���ig.  i

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