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The Atlin Claim Jul 7, 1906

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 1M k'W. :19GS  M  "V/r  "V "S ���:" V'i.  l;:/ .-;.-  v"^ ��� *    ' -1 ."-- .'  ']>.:���  ^pve^ol^Cy^;^  ^7  ���    -��/:���7s':;  ���Q/'vpr x.v7..:.....;,:  S'Wly ;jj:.:.Vp:ry  ��� ' :   , "   ��� .  ' * I )������  ;7  .- ''^w^y '������'.  .VQl7i5*  :yy7';y.ATLIN, y;B.yC.,..ySATURDAYyy juiy\' yyy .906.  yNC.-.3lP?  yTEia^s^pmei  FROTHIER WAS. yyy     7  'And yLanded ymyJaily^CitY  yy -yy' of yVai^couver..:::- : 77:  ��.OMlNI'DNyiNSTllUCTIONSy IGNORED.  ISiipt.   Hussoy. .Ordered   Provineial  "xy.y: Police to Make the, Arrest.'��� x'-7-  . "Toronto Crew Lost Race at'-Henley  --Canacliansy yand 7 Americans  yy^:.:"Killed���.int-aii Eng-lishyKailway.;  yy::XvyKfiek--DeaLtrisy: From; I-Ieat--  7  Fairbanks:^Reports'::���-'.Strike--.  yZulus Are:Still; 0n WaryPatli--  '���'  ���; '.Victims: of.,G1 or I p us Four th. '.yy.  yytsi-KoiAr. to' tixk-or.A'i't:]' ���    -.-������'������.'������'--':I  .7: TVancouvery 7B7:Cy; 'Julyys^y���-:De  ���sire Brothier, the procurer, (and-the.  '���pardoning of whom by .late .Minister  yybfjustice^itzpalrickyproyoked.cbnyj  -.: slderabley.disapprovalyyahdfplainytalk;  yjbyy both ;ycitizeiis^andynewspapei-sypf.  ythisyprovince, -and-in-'fact of the���- en-  .::.tlreyDoininibii,..is" again sitfeiy lodged  behind the bars :cin "this city." In'  -spite-pf instruction.**;;which -were re-.  yceived from the Dominion   govern-  ,iruent-, by Dr.' Monro, the medical  officer oftheport of Vancouver,' not.  to allow him to-lurid,������ arid 'notwithstanding that Dr. Monro threatened-  to- fine ' the 'captain   of the Union'  : Steamship Roinona$ 1 .booyif he  ^permitted Brothier to land on Canadian soil, provincial police: officers,  ���acting under orders from , Supt.'  liussey- ��f Victoria, --arrested the  -.prisoner yaboard .the steamer and  itook him ashore. Mrs. Brothier  has���.';',arrived here from Seattle but  the police will   not   permit   her 'to  .'interview,'lier husbatid.y y Dr. Monro  states that he has started proceed-,  dugs to deport the woman.  Henley, July^.-y-Tlie Argonauts:  of Toronto, Canada,'-won. their sec-  .ond' heat in the eight-oar boat race  toy beating the. Thames no wing.club  crew iti the fast time of seven nrin-  tites and four seconds, but .they-lost  in the semi-final, when they-were  defeated by the crew from Trinity  Hall, Cambridge, by half a length,  the time being seven minutes aiid  nine seconds. The final of this  event was won by the Danish crew.  Salisbury, Eug., July .5.���The  American Line Express, which is  operated on the London and Southwestern Railway, and when carrying forty-three of the steamer New-  York's passengers from (he port of  Plymouth to London, jumped the  ���track near this place yesterday  while travelling at a high rate of  speed aud killed twenty-three of the  passengers aiid four of the crew of  the train, besides causing severe injuries lo fifteen other persons.  Among the dead are Mr. Walter  ���Barwick, the Rev. E. L. King and  Mr. C. A. Tipori,  of Toronto, Can-  ad a.'." '��� The ybl 11 er .,pas'seiigcrs ki!led  were .al 1 -Trbiii Ihe -U'i'iited iStriles.-'  The Mr: Barwickyidiledy was {'tlie'  law.- partner df ffbii. A. B. Ayies  vvOrTi7:y,tlrc . .Gitiiaclinii .Minisier? of  'justice:,; .,7777 '-xx ���:���{���':'"'" "y. 77-7 ���  iy.': Warsaw,- yyjtrly��� y^y-7Twpy more  police: ollicers: have: this; weeky been  'added -to. the a'lready long .dc'atii roll  as Ihe result of the terrorist's avowed ydlitenninaliori-to exterminate the  entire persontiel::of: the.;police:;force  of thisyeity7"--L yyyyy^yyyyyy-yyyx^  X .'S t.���_ Pete rs b ii rg, J t fly 5. ---1"11 c i pi'eii I  riots ������:��� ha vex taketi place this -week  among; the; Cuirassiers pfytheyGuardj  atTsar-kOe-Selodbecaiise ofythe issu-.  auceyof.'ait -order ,forbidding them,  to 'read "they ire wspapefs, and ysniall.  mutinies have Jiroken out ,'in' several  battalioiis.y" > '7,7 ���-- r^'-^x^. .*  :.Reportsywhich have been received  liere y th is >yAveek * state ithat: agrarian,  disorders are:of;danj-''Occurfeiice:,:iii  man7bf:-the:y.ceirtraly'ahd..'sputhernf  proviirces.:y:7yy7.yy:���:..:;::-' y. y..i:yy..:/.  ', ;;Hairbaiiksyyy;Alaskaiy'July!���'���.'5':--^^;  ficli-y. placer^-sfrike-; is; reported..frbm";  Blaclc: River;-::No'ydelaiis:::haye as;  yet-;beerr received.*. 7 '":.'..-��� :.y..:yy:-:-A.  7Chicago,y yjuly 75--���-Nine^;;deaths!  and over fifty prostrations from beat  .have occurred here, so far this week.  Exrcessiverrlieat, is-yfeported to-exist  'throughout the.western and middle,  states. ;-:  - 7'���������������7   '.-, .y ,_���';".... x--: ���-:������-'.   I  y Ottawa, July 5.���The Usuray Bill;  has passed the conirnktee: aud beeni  reported: , The Yukon Placer Mining Bill, as received from ..the senate, yhas also .been passed and re-'  ported by the .house committee.  An amendment to the. .latter,bill by'  the senate was adopted.  As"hcroft/ B.: C.,' Ju'ly 5^��� The  hottest weather for years is preval-'  ent y:here ::at p.res'eiit. During: tbe  past week the temperature has risen  to 106 in the shade" every day. : 1.  : Johannesburg, South Africa, Jnly  5.���Yesterday, a largeniumber of-  Zulu rebels, while shouting Chief  BarnbaataV name, attacked the  white suburbs of this city and sta'b-  ed many of the residents with assagais, afterwards robbing their  victims. The number of killed and  wounded has not .as yet been ascertained;  Durban, Natal, July 5.���Over  350 Zulus have been Tailed by tbe  British forces within the past fevy  days, but the main Zulu force which,  has revolted, andWhicli is estimated'  to number upwards of S,000-men, is'  still at large. ,  Seattle, Wasb., July 5.���A complete plant for making bombs feas  just been found in the basement of  a house in this city formerly occupied by a man named August  Rosenberg. Rosenberg left Seattle  on the rst of May for Hamburg,  Germany. About the same date  the German government was notified that an attempt would shortly  be made lo assassinate the Emperor  Wilhelm. The German coissul resident at Seattle  recentlv receive:! iu-  slrucii6iis7to investiga'lev wiiliy the,  above "result. :y:,' ��� 'y 'vyy;yy'- 'y'':':- ��� X '���'���'!  -Cbicagbyr;.Jinyy:y(5.---'rhe yCliicagb'!  Tribune's summary bfyiireiy victim.'-  of"'lire yEoiirlli Til":J'"ly ctfiebralions  throughout^'he'Urn  Ithatyy^S.' persons'; met���':their deaths  asy ihe y;ijesrdly.yoiy-'accideptsv-while.  ��� handling..':fireworks,: cannons, ex:-  plosives7ndy'tqyypistols, and -2:78c).-  persons'ywere-i-noreprless severely  yinj 1.1 red from' similar .'causes. The'  'same;-.paper^ yals6:cstalesythatyyfires,y  \yhich ..were . caused by the careless  yliaiidling yof;.-'fireworks., giaiit crack-  ersiy&c,, caused ::losses, ambuntiug'  toyupvVards.of b.ne'hundredthousand;  doll a rs ._;:���'.yy y-:';���'; yy'-y: ,y" y--���'���''':'y .';-:'''y::':'y-.���':''.:���������''���:'  'y;7;-iyy:;' -������GENERAT.yNE\VS:;;:; y  ,y Anyearlhquake was., felt throngh-  but the.state of Kansas,on;jtiney27,;  but very little' d am age; h as been re-(  :ported.y .;���-��� '���"��� /'y-rryXyy.^ '���-"��� ������ 'yy-;  ;yy(AtySeallle.iast,week;-Siobbie Lrin-  ,day;kiiocked../.out,yWalter. yStanlon,.  the:Califbrnia,.welter,���'���weisrht.'-.ih the.  ������-���:-���   ���'   ;;.���, ::���".: ���.;:.-.��� ���: ���  r,-.'...     ,-- |.'��.;    . -  ..    ������'--".   .'  sixtlvyrpund with a similar;.blow To.  :thaiyby.\^'l*ich^KtzsimIllons;deleated..  Gprbelty-.y yy 7'*: :'-���-;, ;yvv-:: x^" ���/'':���'������/' :.y:yyy  yyAt: .the ysession; 'bf 'the ^Russia:h;  'do'um'aion Monday', J^uly 2nd, .there  tr'a'nspired some of the most dra-  ���m'a tic-..situations ythat have, ever oc-'"  ���'curived;-in-a;i3.--great"national yilegis-  ���lat-ive assembly. The death -penalty  was unanimously abolished amidst  exhibitions of fervent, enthusiasm.  ���General.;-Paidoff, when -the clamor  had ceased.y attempted to address  the douma upon -the effect of such  legislation upouy maintaining-disci-,  pline in the army but his voice was  ���drowned ".by .cries of "murderer,"'  "assassin,"' and "3rou organized the  Jewish, massacres.1' The czar has  decided to accept all the legislation'  passedyby the douma .te date. .;- y "Xy  The Law -Courts.  Application was made oh'Tues-  day to add P. G. Callaghau as a  defendant In the action brought by  -the vSpruce Creek Power Courpahy  Lldyyvs. "Coinvay et al. The appli-'  cation was refused.  ''.Application was made by the Attorney-General of British Columbia  ���to add the Atlin Consolidated Min-,  ixyg Company as party defendants in  Palmer vs. Brown. The application was adjourned.  . Miller vs. Miller, Cox et al came  on for trial Thursday. This was  an action 'by a .co-owner against his.  other co-owner and others for dump-:  -ing on a placer claim, on Spruce:  ���creek. His Honor Judge Young-  dismissed the suit as there was no  cause for .action. ���      '���  Callaghau vs. Prescolt el al came  ou for trial Wednesday before a  common jury. In the afternoon  application was made to amend the  plaintiffs claim, which was allowed  on the usual terms as to costs, and  the jury was dismissed. The trial  was adjourned till yesterday, when  the action was dismissed.  ' "lylininpf Notes. ���:  - yyMr. A. C./Ba nks yretiirued-y toy the ;/  ���eni��jvyesierday -from ;av;prospeciing  trip -along -Tfi-lcti-y Ami and /is/very;:  favorably ���impressed, with the ylpofc^.:  of;the -section:froruuiyquartzymining '.'  .sta'ndpbi'uty'yyyy ''y:'.y:"-yy y"^.'.y;':'7yy;..y'yy  "'yThe;Pine"'Cre^k;p  .put7off:-.a yvery;successfuiy. shot;-; iii:'.'���  their No. ::i:: pit oh Saturdavniglity;  last.;:'���Some.'i,'5oopounds..of powder;  wereyused and ./a ,y:tremendous;7l">or-yy  'tibirof the'bail-k was7'tumbled',-i 1.110:y  tbe-pit.-7';': yy- yy'y ��� 'y ;���;'���;;;; ::y'  yyyM-r: 'John���'���'-'B.y . Wolke,   of Citicin- -  hali, \vhO is::yOne:of the'directors and  they'heaviest '-;holder.; in TheyNorthy-  Columbia rGold:Mining: Co., came  iti onTuesday'sybbatyaiid   will   re-  :  inaiuyy in ythe ycatnjD; for, a cbupleyOi;y:  weeks.;.: Mr.;Wdlkeis.veryenthusi-;;;  aslicyoverytrhey work ;so - .far ;'yaccom-y  plis'hed:;'by ���this-conipan}-;. lhis; yeary.  under-the:abley; management -'y'ipf Mr.;  J.. M-Rufftieir, and .both.ygeiitiemehy  are;? quite;-' confident  of y a: success fill. '���:  season's output.-:-y'y^;.;:;:y;7 ;::;'/yy:y.y;  y yThey$ioyoo6  cleah-up last": week y  ���by.'; the y/Societie.; :Miniere: y de laCo- -  Jombie.7Britaiiiuque^:.pnyyyBbulder:.;  creek" augurs -well  for the'present;;  season's operations being the. most  sriccessfiii .���:in   tlie. bistory; ofythat-;  compaiiyy'y.DuTihg previous.seaso'ii's'y  the company confined their energies ���  tothe hahdliug of theygraveTiti they  bed of the creek with only moderate  returns   for  the" cost- of operations."  .This'-year bow-ever, under'.the direc- .-���  tioir of 'IVObalski, M. E., the operations, have  "been jcarriedyititothe  southwest bench ofthe creek where,  with   the   re-arrangement of   both  flume:,, and   piping .'plant,, a .large  yardage of gravel has been.removed  with most satisfactory results.    The .'  above ambuiit wasysecured from the:  three upper -bo'x'es of the  sluice and  is .conclusive proof that the company  is opening up rich ground, and that  the decision to change .the  manner  of operating was warranted.  Alaska's Governor Visited Atlin.  Mr.-\V. B. L-Ioggart, the recently  appointed Governor of Alaska, paid  a visit to our camp-on Tuesday last  ���in- company with Messrs. C. Iv.  Wynn Johnson and H. B. Dunn, of  Skagway.- The party spent the  afternoon at Discovery aud inspected  theiiew steam shovel'on Pine and  the hydraulic works operated by  Mr. J.M. Ruflner's companies.  Governor Iioggart is, and Inn-  been for a number of years, heavily  interested in quartz mining ii:  Alaska, and especially at .Berrien  Bay.  The party left per the 'Scotia est  7 p.m. the same day, having a mosl  favorable impression of the camp.  Married.  Gairu-s-Watters���At St. Andrew"'?.  Presbyterian church, Atlin, .011.Jmr  3rd, by Rev. A. M. Ross, Chnrh;  Stuart Cairns, of Discovery, In  Christina Bow Waller.-;, of Ediu-  borough, Scotland. II-  17  it;  I'i  I  ATLIN,    B.   C,    SATURDAY,    JULY  1906  The Atlin Claim.  THK AT1���IN CLAIM m purtLisuro every r.fiTunoAY  MOnNinc'    MAILED    rHCC    TO    ANY    PANT   OP IHC  would   ron  00   cents   pku   month ;   *r.o.oo   ncn  VHAft.       AOWtriTIBIMC IIATtSI  tl.OO PCI1INCHCACM  ���NSrilTION ;    IITAOlNC  NOTICE.   ?C   CTNT-3  A  LINT.  -fiprciAL nATcr.   on   application.  JOH PRINTING : ���-  ILL-HCAUS, POSTCI1S, VIGITINC*.    CAHQS,  iCTTtrn-iirAos, rnocnAMMcs,     etc., nrc.  oriDCiis  ppomptlv   cxncuTro.  Pnicr.5    MODCMATC.  TlIK  ATMS Cr.AlM   PlJllMyillNG Co., LTD.  *\V.     POL-LAUD.     CiltAST,       I��lUTUU-.M A NACiKK.  A GENEROUS DONATION:  The trustees of St. Andrew's Hospital lake pleasure in acknowledging  the   receipt  of a donation from Mr.  R. A. Jackson, who presented them  with ' his   cabin,   siluaUd  on Vine  Creek   just   above   the   Half-Way  House, to be sold and the   proceeds  applied to the benefit of the hospital.  Mr. Jackson has always  manifested  a. hearty sympathy in   and with the  hospital, which has frequently found  tangible  expression  in the fo>m of  substantial donations in  cash,   and,  although   apparently he   has transferred   his energies and active operations   to   other  fields,   it was his  declared   intention   lo' continue   lo  solicit   aid for aud contribute lo the  maintenance   of this institution no  .matter where he went.    Such sympathy and support is very gratifying  to those having   the supervision  of  the interests of the hospital, which,  in our opinion,    has   proven    itself  worthy and deserving ol all the support that can be given it.  to Nellie Stables; for regularity lo  Frank Dowling, and for deportment  to Kathlene Haslett.'  A few words of advice and commendation were spoken by Rev. A.  M. Ross and Captain Smith, S. A.  Then Ihc national anthem was sung.  After giving three chc-en; for Mr.  Reid the school smilingly dispersed,  full of expectation that there would  be good times during the long-  holiday.  Unfortunately the attendance of  visitors was small. This is regrettable. Education is not a thing  easily acquired, and children have-  no idea of its value, bul the interest'  of parents and friends is a powerful  factor in making them feel its importance.  . The public examination is not  the only test of the good work done  in the Atlin school. Three pupils.  Maude Haslett, Nellie Stables and  Alan Eraser, were candidates for  entrance to high school. As their  papers were sent to Victoria for correction, it will be a month before  results are known.  Following .are the results of the  recent promotion examinations:  From I. Primer to IL Primer���  Doris Dowling, Coutiie Smith.  I-rein II. Primer to I. Reader���  Frank Dowling, Dorothy Smith.  From I. Reader to II. Reader���  Joini Turnbull, Kathlene Haslett,  Jack Dowling, Clarence Fraser.  "From III. to IV. Reader���Leon  ard Haslett, George Lyall Fraser.  iseTtil- -. and. Ornamental 6wl  WllV BKNII OUT WIIKS   Villi CAN OKI' flflOIJS AN CIIMAI' IIKIIB?  Atlin, Nugget and Grape Rings and all U1ik.1i -fl .li-v.i-\.-.v inanvi  faetured fin tin.- premise*.  Kino New S'-orJc oi' Watches, Clocks, Jewelry im<l Diamonds  Watches from $5.0(1 up. ,     A.'-cn.s I'm- Columbia Gi-ainopln.ni-i^  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hs".nd Painted China, Souvenir Spoens  JULES EGGERT & SON,' at*-.-* a-��� nisco^i^r"���  safety Deposit Vaults.      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewclrs.  IN  They, are   Waiting   for  Youi  CLOTHING*, '"afe  aid Bti'y Goods,  Carpets and Hosese JFivt'i/sz-sfffevgiSv  FULL   LINl^    OF    BOOTS    akj��    SVIOES.,  also    COLD   SEAL    IliP' CUM    BOOTS-  H. E�� Browo & C��^ bi^J^X-z.  Successors to J. H. Richardson.  TH E. WHITE PA SS & YUKON ROUTE.  Through   Line   from ' Skaguay  to  Atlin.   White  Horse,   Big  Salmon,  Dawson and all interm.edra.be points.  Finely  appointed -trains daily* except Sunday,  between  Skaguay,(Cariboo.  and  Whitehoi*se.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express.  TIME, SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS.*.  S<i. 1-���North Hound. |  No.-I!.���South Bound.  9.;*() n.ni. I.v.       SlvAGUAy   ' A.r. ���t/.IO ii.ni.  2.10 p.m. I.v.       CAlifHOU       U'.l-l.fiOrt-^iii.  I.IIO p.m. Ar. WH1TI* IIOKSI" I.v. H.3'1 ii.ni. c-  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS'.  C Leave CA1UHOU ."> p. in. Mondays,        Arrive ATLIN fl u. in. Tuesdays.  " " ;". p. in. Thursdays, '" "    -   fl n. in.. Fridays.  Leave ATLIN Ti p. mi. Tuesdays.   -        Aj-riue CAHIBOU 7 a-in. Wcdiiesda-r.v..  - ''        S p. in. I-Yidays, " ���" I? ��..in. Saturdays.  15U poimdsaf lmjr.-.rase "-'iii ho clieirkcd free with w.ch I'u-ll fu-re ticket and 7f> iioun5a  with each half fare tick".-*.  Passengers mmi* Im- lit depots in time to have llafijrapre inspected .and cheeked.  Tiimc .Schedules are tiubjeet to ehntif-e .without iioiiice.  ��*!**������,   Baggage   Eontfstl   Throug'h.. I1  l'or iiiTortnution  relative to  Puskchclm-,   Rrei-iht., limpness .and '!I*o'lef"rnp!i  l'iit<.*��,  apply to any iiKei'6 of theC'-Oiii.paiiy or to  A. L. BlHinOi". Gen.  Mfrr., J.  LI FSCOtV! BE,       -1.11. l%fJG.EK5,Trii��ic Miiiia-,'��:,  Vancouver, B.C., und Agent, Atlin. Vaut-oiwer., II. C,and ,.  Slin.'jiiay, Alaska.  .Skaguay, Alusku.  We have this week received the  first number of The Conrad City  Miner, a bright and newsy weekly  paper which is being published in  the interests oi" the Windy Arm  mining district by Messrs. White  and McEacberan.  o.  BARBER SHOP.  ��4 ��� * *0  FIRST STHEI3T,      -       ATLIN.  F. SHIELDS,  Prop.  HOT  BATHS 50 cts.  The bath rooms arc equally ns ��ood as fount)  in cities.   Private  Entrance for Ladies.  School'. Closed for Holidays.  Public Examination Gave Proof of  Steady Advancement.  On Friday. June 29th, the public  examination of the Atlin school was  conducted by the teacher, Mr. M.  R. j: Reid.  The six classes were, iu turn, examined In reading and spelling, and  all acquitted themselves with credit.  The spelling had noticeably improved during the year; but the  reading, while distinct and, as a  rule, correct in pronunciation, was  weak iu expression. Too often the  voice dropped al the end of a line of  poetry, or was monotonously drawn  out al the close of a sentence.  Problems were correctly worked  out in arithmetic; and questions in  history successfully answered. The  language lesson, etc., by ���Kathlene  Haslett, Clarence Fraser, John  Turnbull, FYank and Jack Dowling  was interesting. II spared lo the  camp, these little people will some  day make a bright senior class.  The rifle presented by Dr. H. E.  Voung, M. P. P., lo Ihe boy mak-  -.iig most progress during the year  was won by Alan Fraser. The  prize donated by an unknown friend  was awarded to Maude Haslett for  j>rogress..and proficiency. The roll  u!   lienor  for nroficienvv was given  NOTICE.  ��VIXTV Days after date we intend to apply  **-- to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works, Victoria, 11. C, for permission to  purchase the following land situate on  Windy Ann. Komictt- Division, Cassiar District, coininenciiis at a post, on North West  cornei- of Lot 72, thence 40 chains West hIouk  North Houudary line, With parallel latitude,  thence 20 chains South, thence East 10 chains,  thence 20 chains; North uloii-r West boundary  of Lot, 72 to place of commencement, containing SO acres more or less.  Located Muy lOtli, lfHlii.  W. A. AM1UKSOX.  JI.V2S CJILVKI.I-'S I'UOSl.KV.  �� I  THE    GOLD    I-IOXJSE,  DiscouEay., e. c  ��������  NiSSEiM,  -    Proprietor..  Jii-ntatirjuit in Co:mcs;ti;m HJndor  Nev.- and .Cii|ii.bl<- .Manw^r^itnic  h��-��-��-��-��-.'.', O ...fr^-^^o-^^^ ************* *.*-*-&  Advertise  When   Writing  ��#5S   Bff&ttrJksi  i&  ATLINTO LODGE  A. F. &. A. M.  No. -12. (}. li. 11. C.  Itcn'iilar communications held on the first,  Thursday of each month  in the A. O. U. W. Hall,  Third bti-oot-  Yisitiii;? brethren cordially invited.  HOT BATHS  Can be Had at  The   Royal   Laundry   On the Waterfront.  .Men's Suits Cleaned and llcimired.  All Work (iiiur-iutGcil.  Goods Called for and Delivered.  Cash on Delivery.  Mrs.  M.   Fcrtn,   Proprietress.  By  VIEW OF  Writing Paper.  !���)  *������*��������� v-��<��.<kI)  ��^Al^/^/VVAAA^^AAVV^A'VVV->A^^AA  DISCOVERY, B. C.  A Strictly  First-Class  Hotel.  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  The Dining.Room, under the management of Mrs. T. HinchcliiTe,  furnishes the best meal in town.  Is to advertise and promote  .....   the   interests  of th��e  ATLIN-DISTRICT? ������  ^5* tA^* 10*'  Arc You. a  Subscriber ?  i  &-~^wZ&w*zztftiJXx~r.'.  L^f^-,-.^>^ %^$?w%Z!^^  ���jAjaa >ti*a^faawi(jiiarJ i-ya-t^-a- Lt%  .ftTLTN, .'B.iC, -SATURDAY,    pjCV  too"  '���Dominion  Day at Discovery.  /ATLIN "WON BASEBALL MATCH BUT.  LOST AT FOOTBALL. ;  *:The  Athletic   Events Were  Keenly  Contested���Spruce Creek Won!  ,Ti!g-oi'-Wii.-r.  i  Perfect weather prevailed Monday,  il'or the.-Domiii-ion Day celebration al!  IDiscovcry uind every-section -of the  'Ciiup -w.as well nepresen'.ed in.lhej  'ilargc and enllnnsiastjc- crowd which'  -���attended-.lo witness tbe competition  tan the many .athletic ..contests \vliich  ilook place-on the baseball grounds  .there -during -.theeafternoon. Tbe  (programme,v .-every-event of which  was well .-ecutested, .commenced  ���sharp at.i p.ui.-..and iresulted as fol-  llows: ���  rutting cr<3'll>iilaot���W-on by W.'  }Mnson, with a put oi^Q ft. 4-111.  One   hundred -yards,   open���*st  JJas. McKccluiie, said Ed. HawkinsJ  Standing broad -jump���ist F.l-H.  Mobley,   2nd   Mr. W.ampler.   .Dis-.  rtance.io ft. iiu.  .Hop -step and Jump���1st. Wm.  ���Conroy.; :2iid Mr. W.atmplcr.. Thirty:  : seven feet.  , .Running  broad jump���ust Scott,  ���2nd Conroy.    .Fifteen feet S'inches;  Pick'-aTbaGkrraee���-ist Rorke  and  lBounie,  snd ^'Hawkins and Stanley,  .Anderson. * ;  The  baseball --matc-h between the  .'Atlin   and   Discovery-teams, which  -was called shortly after   3   o'clock,'  '-was well contested'throughout  and  -was   the   most'interesting item on  ithe list.    Both   teams had been ma-  Serially -strengthened    since    their;  ���.previous uneeliug   an'd,    from   the  ���scores -TEa-de, -it 4s evident that the  .-Atlin bunch: profited the most from  ;the strengthening process-and recent  ���practiciw-g.   'Discovery went '��� lo bat  : first  and  were retired for two runs,  ���while Atlin only-scored one run   in  -their   first   innings.   -lathe-second  "'Discovery went   down   for one and,  .Atlin   scored  a double.    Discovery  'increased their score by an addition  .of   three  runs ���.in the third:innings'  :.and Atlin were all out for   one, the  -.score   being   Discovery 6,   Atlin 4]  'The Discovery bunch got an "egg"  .'in   the  fourth   and  Atliu,   scoring  ������three,   gained  a lead of one.    Dis-  ��� covery scored -two  in   the fifth and  :'Alli-nv.'as-retired for one, the  score  rthen '.being   a  t'ie of-S-to *S.   1 In the;  ���sixth  iDiscovery warmed   up some  :ar.d -scored ��� three runs   before - the  ���referee ..-gave them the all-out sign;  rand   t-hen .-Atlin   went   to bat aud  Wilson "got list  base by being hit  'by pitched -ball,   Ross -flied to Gib-  Ebons and-was out and Wilson -titole  ���2nd, S. Ander-son -then opened the  -fireworks   -with   .a i.two-bager   and  ��brought\Wilson borne, Reg. Anderson made a-safe  base-hit   and   his  l/brother stble .borne, Dr. Young-Shen  ���fanned and Hawkins .followed with  ;;a two-bagger..and R. Anderson  got  .home,:-Rorke-singled and Hawkins  scored,   Taylor-singled and Rorke  imade^rtl and then Taylor-stole 2nd,  ' Wilson's .twodjager -brought these  'basemen home and Ross swiped the  .*sphere   into   tbe woods for a home  ���run,   S. Anderson hit  a two-bager.  .unade.grd on:a passed 'ball and stole  ithe   home   plate   from   under   the  ���.catcher's nose, R. Anderson fanned  ���.-.and   the side was out for nine runs.  .iA-tliu then banded  '.'eggs"   to Dis  covery iu the 7th and Slh innings  and augmented their own score with'  additions of -6 runs and v* runs re-,  spectively. tin ithe ninth innings  DiecoveKy-scoreditwo runs aud the  visitors'^ed. The teams were coin-  posed as follows: |  Discovery���T.i-Cibbons, F. Wos-  tcll, J. Mnt^ruclJ-F.:!'. Miller,'.-oapt.;  J. Fethcrstonhaugh, T. Palmer, A'  Scott, J. Gillies and lMHawnptou.    '.  Allin-ilv. W. -Iiawki-HS, < O. Wj  Rorke, A.11-5. 'Tayk-r.'RAMMVi-lson-  Rev. A.M. Ross, S. Aiidersou, R]  H. Ai-iderson, .U)r. IT. t-LC. ���Y-atiug,'  capt.^and-F.lE. Gigot. ,     I  .Runs-scored by innings: I  . -i 2 3.4 5.,-6;7'*&*9T'ti  Discovery ..2 n -3 0-2-30 o 2���13  'Atlin r  2  13311   c*:-6 2 *���251  ��� Batteries���iDiscovery, Miller, Palj  mer  a Mid WVoslell, pitchers, Hamp]  Ion, oatoher;' Alliu,   Rorke  and Si1  Anderson pitchers, Gigot and'-Kaw-l:  kins��� catchers.    Umpire, Mt.'-I-LE.I  rBrown; official scorer, Judge Young.  Somebody remarked  that the Discovery cop  WE  MEAN -JOJUm  IPrteE Hist  and ?our  ^y        should  5-0   fl have ar-  ^���i*  ; rested, a  rStrange^-Wei me vers though*, of; fit. li��rf (xr���.l  ���*9#&##*9*  Xhn* MUiyf rprice , MJsi its 31 ow Roatfyt  :J7  nuiuber  of   the  Atlin ball players for stealing -bases!  ��� Another fellow-said that both the*  Atlin =-run-*n&kers;-and t'heir breatli  came in-short-pants.   , ;  At the conclusion of tfae -baseball  match tfoe I'lfollowieg - events were  contested:  Boys- race���* r st Alex. Young, 2i.d':  Carl Anderson. !  Quarter-.mnile :.race���ist Jas. Mc;  Kecbnie, >.2tid C. R. Bourne. ;  Quarter nniiie Indian trace���ist  John TesQiu, >2iid Jacks.  Hundred - yards, .-Indian women���  Won by>M?s. Eucy Taku Sain.  Tlie i Discovery vs. Spruce Creek'  matcheJd t tug-of-war -too plaee..at,7  p.m. ���-on Main street,(just opposite;  the jaii,;ia-nd was won by tbe Spruce  Creeki meni in one pull, which'- lasted  about ia minute.  After dinner the crowd returned  to tbejgrounds to witness! She\Atlinj  Discovery'football match, of which  teams the-captains were W, Owen  and rF. iP. Miller -respectively.  Juldge Young performed < tlae duties  of referee in -a.iinat.ner which proved!  him ��� to -be well nip aw .football lore,  and Messrs. E. Rossellinand James  Fetherstomhaugh .officiated as; linesj'  men. Tbe teams .were .qtiite-evoliiy  matchedland-.ldtnringt the iwuhole . of  the .game-, the pigskin --waskkept iii  coratinuous iimotion. .-After ..about  r.S naiuules play Discovery scored  the only and winning ��� goal.-of the  ���match, and although- the Alilin boys  kept -the ball iu their opponents  territory -most of the time they *were  unable to make-good.  ^15337 Printed 'Price East,' -just- seems -to ffll a 'long felt -need, as,-Whan  D .-our ��� patrons n-ece-iveiit'Oii :the -fi>rs*t-of-:fcb.e month they'know exactly  what- godds '-will -cost them id tiring the month. ��� and .it. is xa.,great assistance  in'maloingiiup an order.  \Wei--hava.ial-la-rge:HSto6k of'-Goods now-on 'tbe way in  ..and'-wewill place t-hem nn -the Store., at. lowest. .Possible  .Prices, 'FOR CASH,, in Case Lots..  ���.You.are always srrre- -of .tbe  BestPOu'ality-bfO'G.o.odSiiat the  A. T.' COMPANY--S.-.STORES.  .G��6dsi:jil'e!livere!!l  ipromptily<oni-.tiie- Creaks^���aildl-in'.-Towu.  '  \\i   you  are  not  already, a���-��� customer sit  i'.will pay you  to.-give,:us a .trial order.  ^^..^.J*.'^-v*-LJ6,*^ ���;*  �������  umrrED.  IEhe AtriiiH M^hket (Oa, .Ltd.  FRESTi  DRESSED .MEATS, -also  POULTRY OF  ALL i "KINDS,  Dressed to ^Order,  CTJOEfKCR ' Manager.  Harripton   &.   Durie, Proprietor.  Discovery.  OPEN' DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION-  Houdfiiiartet-H for Dixon's stage.  WJsS*A/++A/*/W^^  *B��  .ExecukdvCheaply, iPfomptlyiand Safisfeo'torily.  ..... :riiHE cCL^ilM (QEEICE.  '' ..''...    iz-   ���  The Canadian  'Bank -ol Comnier^  ���-CATITAE   TAID   (UP -.-$-ro,ooo,-ooo.  ,      ' "-R-ESBK'/.i",   .���$4.-*'500,000.  Branches-'Of'the Bank at .Seattle,  ;.Ssn Traneiseo,  Portland,  Skagway,- e*:..,  Exchange -.sold-ian zall- Points^  GOI.-Ul.DuST  PnRCSKfcSKD���-ASSAY'*OfFIGE-IN"-COKNKOTiON..  JJ.- A.- SMITH, .Maiifiga.  *ffi&PJWHP^*jmHWWWK&^^        W+MW**���****^^ It.-..:  ATE1N, :'y B;y ,--C. ,y; SATORDA Y,��' J1J I v\yy 7; ������" r9o*.  '"-.'������ ���..'.; .;   ---Local ��� Events.��� y; . ���  Atlin photos ''aiid .souvenir postals  7 citCR, liourne's,'..': v- .7.7:,  .'.'������ The bilest-inagrt'/.itics and-naner*i  are always on "'hand at Pilliii.'iit'.s. -  ,.  ��� ; McDonald's   Grocery     makes, a  ) '��� specialty of,fresh eggs aiid  butter.  ;.: .71. R..J.Reidy teacher at the ���'Atlin  school, lclVoi7 Tuesday for a six  "���7 weeks visitlo Vancouver 'and other  V-'���:'';��� CO.'i'st'cilies.. ' y'yyyyz' ' 7-;-:'7 -  77- The weather this.wecki'iias been  7'so rwartiiy that it: doesn't suit the  .y inan ywhoykicksyat a fifty below -zero  1 touch iu January;. 77 7  '������������''������������ ������ W.-'IT. Vick crs left  for  SkV1 gway'  Friday:-to.meet   Mrs. Viekers.-who  .yis-relui-niug '.'from.: an extended -Visit  ���'.- to southern and .'eastern cities.        :  Twelve head of bcef.cnllle arrived  t;7oh .-'Tuesday's .'boat.':for  Mr...iyouis'  '���':���'Sch 11I5-, who expects  aiiotlicr  large  /shipment  of  both cattle "and sheep  7...early, next week.   ''.'.-. "y  '../:"-.; W.. J.. Goepel, provincial 'auditor,  and who had been in town for some  7 days auditing .the books 'at 1 he local  ; ygovernment   ofiices. yleft for/down  y - coast points on Tuesday.-  -   7 ''������'"  7 'Mr..': 'fhos.   Sageman,   who  has  'been in St: Andrew's, hospital since  y the early part of May suffering from  a.brok'en thigh,;'is nearing  recovery  and.expects'to be outshortl}*. '-.7  .-On'. .Wednesday,'.- the 4th inst., a  .number ofy the   American   residents  :- of the camp indulged in spasmodic  ; outbursts of.'en.tliusiasm'yby'������burning'  up, varying quantities of -.tlie  small  .-boys' delight.-:.-,;.---_��� -.r,,-_y7,..y7..v.  Never lose", sight of the fact that  I keep on hand at both my Atlin  yand Discovery stores complete'slocks  of heavy and shelf hardware and  that all orders, whether- large or  small, are attended to.���J. T. Regan.  A private excursion leaves today  *���' per the Scotia-for the -Llewellyn-  glacier at the south end of Torey  inlet, -and.many- of our townspeople  are taking advantage of the warm  weather to enjoy a little outing oh  . the water.  .When coming off shift on Tuesday morning Thos. Machell, one of  the pipers of the McKee Amalgamated: Hydraulic Co.,was struck  by an.earth slide and received a  rather severe shaking up, one foot  being cdnsklerably.'.crushed.; aiid  the shoulders badly bruised. The  injured mail was brought to the  bospitaland is reported to be making good recovery.  About 5 a.m. on Saturday last  the residents of Discovery Were disturbed from their slumbers by tbe  report from a heavy explosion of  dynamite, accompanied by the rocking of their buildings and the crashing of window sashes and glass.  Investigation revealed the fact that  the tent in which the I\ C. P. Co.  thawed powder had caught fire and  set off upwards of 1,500 pounds of  powder. Luckily nobody was injured and the only damage done  was the de.vtruction of windows aud  doors and tlie loss ofthe powder.  Arctic Brotherhood  Held a Successful   farewell   Dance  in '������Honorof F. H. Braekett.  farewell  dance.given iii the  ���". The  A. B. hall, Discovery, oii: Monday  evening by Camp'.- Discovery, No.  ��� it),.Arclic Brotherhood, in honor of  .Mr.' F: IT. .Braekett,''- was a very  pleasant and. successful ..affair. 7V  large ���'.number- were in .'attendance  from Atliu "aiid'the', creeks and the  gathering,'as a whole, was exceedingly, representative of every section  of the camp, llitis showing.the es-  teem iii which the - Arctic" Brotherhood ���and': 7 their-honored guest are  held by the entire community. .  " 'Tlie floor was in .Splendid con-  clitiou, the uniHicybyyMr."Strait was  of the first order .and the.refreshments- served-were ^of the: ...-.'usual  exquisite:style of fill functions held  under the auspice's'"of tlie A. B's.  Dancing was indulged iii' till a seasonable, hour, .when the assemblage  dispersed alter wishing..the guest of  lire   evening- bon. voyage:and;every  success in his new vocation.   y.Mr.yBrackelt left on Tuesday.for  Dawson,-where he-hhsy accepted..;;a  literati ve..'position -.withythe Guggenheim mining company.,  0  nions,  e-s��*  Oui*. Gooa-S���Always the Best.  Our   l'-'iCKS'��� Cash or Crcdit--As Dow as ike Lowes!.  ranges,  BTTlOnSc  0  ATLIN, B. C.  New   novels   arriving��������� constantly  at C;::R.'Bourne's. 7'y  Stables'&.f.umsden carrj-' a stock  of good groceries.-; -.; ,-,��� y 777:  7 Read ythe 'A7.T7Co7s advertisement on page 3.    It's right.    "-  ; Why use inferior gasoline when  you can. get 76 and S6 per cent, at  Regan's.:   Atlin and'Discovery.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  "HE  W9JPJP&B  nn"  r  +jrjS^^Pfr&j*.��&&&&HB>&-9J>>fr. ifcftftSM  !9&.t>.9&��jhP:S !Rft*^*S*S��.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  THE  DINING-ROOM   IS CONDUCTED  ON  STRICTLY FIRST-  CLASS   PRINCIPLES..  '"'���"7 - 'NOTICE:1 7-v ,:  Cabin    For   Sale.  Any person desiring? u neat, well appointed  iin.l comfortable cabin, situated on the bank  of Pine Creel*, just above the "Half-Way"  House, may procure same nml contribute to  the support of St. Andrew's Hospital by  applying to ,T. A. l-'RASl-'l., Govt. Agent.".  DIXON   &   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C  W. MUSGRAVE. B. Sc.  .    Assayer and  ^^ Chemist  ^Conrad   City,    Y*  T.  The Reliable Shoemaker,  ������--��� '.'���- ���.-   Discovery, B. C.  Rubber Boots a Specialty.  MORTGAGEE SALE.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   1N    CONNECT I ON.  CHOICEST WINLS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASt GOODS A Sl'LCUUT.  Heated  By    its  and    Lighted  Own     Plant  Fine   Sample    Rooms  ���For Commercial  Men  P.    D.   McMILLAN.,   Manager.  Largest and Best Appointed Hotel in Yukon.  , Y. I  Choice    Bar   Stock  Rates MODERATE  New Arrivals.  The following is a list of those  who recently arrived in Atliu per  the Scotia;  July 3���II. B. Dunn, C. Wyn.  Johnson, W. B. IToggart, Miss C.  B. Watters, J. A. McDonald, J. B.  Wolke aud Miss Stevens. July 6���  Jas. Ryan, D. McNuliy and Alcoek  Tanks.  rpAKE NOTICE,that the Mort-  ��� g*'gee intends to sell by Tender  all--the .Hydraulic Plant, Mining  Machinery, Pipes and outfit belonging to  THE COLUMBIA HYDRAULIC  MINING  COMPANY,  Situate on Spruce Creek.  Tenders   for  the purchase of the  same will be received by the undersigned up to .Saturday, the J ist day  ol July, at noon.  For further particulars aud information application may also be  made to the undersigned, or to Mr.  M. V.. Jainies-.n, Discovery.  The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  E. M. N. WOODS,  Solicitor for Mortgagee.  Datel  at   Atliu,   this   4U1   day   of  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  |H__^**|^W*i^MK���f^.^*MIBLM^Mi^W�����W-'iWW-l'W^P-i^���i^WI-i I������!��� M III ��� 111 H M Willi ��������� IMWHHWII IIMIWHII   W    l|l  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  S. S. Princess   May,  July \\ and 2i.    August 47 16 and 27.  S�� S��� Princess   Beatrice,  July 18 and 3J.     August 11 and 22.  SailiiiK rroni Skagway 8p.m.  Direct  to -Vancouver  and Victoria.  Tra-iisi��ort��iiu by rail <ir steamer to Seattle without, extra cliarf��!.  Wc (,'ive iiuiclc service.     No interniediate calls. TT      ID      "P'lu-i  J.*t*r rates -or inforniatioii apply to     jLi.    lJ.    UXXxlxl^  Ai-ont, SUati��ny.  July,  ��� 9��6-  A Large Shipment of  JUST   ARRIVED   AT  2       i  During   the   Season   I   Will   Havo  Fresh;Fruit  and Vegetables  Arriving   EVERY    FRIDAY  v-irTw^fiwhr^ *.-*���**--/tr^rtnTnAW^t*-, *��^"rtvf^  '^i^SS^T^^-'^^^^^T3''''^"^'''1'1^  SxvsssB/av^sm


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