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 - w *^'J^*>. ft-tpw-.s. )-��.  ��V  V,    /,  ���^r^/A/B.^^  ^"^  ".��.' *i��.f--'*���  VOL.   T2.  ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY,-  JULY    S,   1905.  NC. .rs'tr*  TELEGRAPHIC.  Both   Russians   and Japanese  'Claam Small Victories.  IffUTINEEKS   DEMANDED'   SUPPLIES.  Many Victims of the Glorious 4th-  '-   Floods in Mexico���Prizo Fight  at Dav-son���Mining- Engineers  Met hi Victoria., '   |  .[HI'KCJAI, TO Till.;  UIjAIM.]  'London, July 4.���An Odessa despatch says lliat the-gunboat Kniaz  iPoteinkin. which is commanded by  -4i crew of mutineers, has been sight-  <ed 2S miles off-that place hotly pursued by several torgedo boats.  .St. Petersburg, July 4.���Admiral  KrugeT wired the war office today  .as follows.: "The crew ofthe transport Pront mutinied when leaving  Bndrovo bay and killed several of  ���their officers. I ' have placed her  -captain under arrest. The Prout  arrived at Sevastopol this morning  and her crew are now repenting." '  Guanajato, Mexico, July 4.���The.  -number of dead as the result of the  recent floods in the immediate vi-  ���cinity of "this p-lace now exceeds,  ever 500. The -property loss will  amount to over,-a million and a half  -dollars. -  St. Petersburg, July 4.���General  i-inevitch has wired the following-  despatch . to ..the. emoernr: . -"On  July ist our forces assumed the offensive near Sanvailse. At seven  dn the evening, after the artillery  had prepared ithe way for an advance, 'our troops assulted the Japanese fortified positions and, after a-  .bloody hand-to-hand struggle, dislodged the enemy and pursued llicm  for more than three miles. A Japanese infantry battalion of fully one  thousand strong was almost totally  destroyed.  Victoria, July 4.���Premier Mc-  Bride is al present on a stumping  tour of ihe west coast of Vancouver  Island. He intends going as far as  Cape Scott.  Vancouver., July .5.���The City of  Topeka will sail for Skagway ou  the Sth inst. in place of the City of  'Seattle, which boat is taking a large  excursion party up the const ol  Alaska.  Chicago, July 5.���Despatches received here from one hundred and  fifty of the principal towns and  cities of the United States gives a  total of 36 people killed and 1,677  severely injured by the explosion of  firecrackers, firearms and gunpowder on the glorious fourth.  Tokio. Julys.--Official despatches received heie today from the  headquarters of the Japanese army  in ��� Manchuria report that a large  , detachment of Cossacks engaged in  reconnoitring have been compelled  to retire, and -that iu one skirmish  over 400 Russians and 90 Japanese  .had been killed. ��� ',    ,-7.  Dawson,   July '5. ���Philadelphia  jack '0' lirien And Jack "Sullivan, of  Boston, fought twenty terrific  rounds lo a draw before a crowded  house in tliis city last night. It  was 'the fastest, cleverest and hottest  bout ever seen in the north. j  Ottawa, July 5.���The' taiifi.com-,'  mission will .leave for the Pacific;  coast shortly after the prorogation'  ���of parliament.    ���  Theodosia,, July 67���The Kniaz  Potemkin', the warship which was'  recently captured , liy her -crew of  mutineers,, has arrh'ed here and^  threatens -to bombard -the town if  ���their demands for coal, provisions!  and medical attendance are not ac-1  ceeded t��.-  Vancouver, B.C, 1.15 p.m., July  7.���Special to C1.A1M ��� The meeting  ofthe American institute of Mining,  Engineers," which hasjust been con-]  eluded at Victoria, ~ was a well at-l  tended and an exceedingly'success  ful affair. Matters pertaining to alii  branches of the mitring-industry on  the contitieivt of America were thor-  oughly discussed and a general ex-;  ���change of experiences and opinions  on many subjects..took .place. The'  Atlin district, besides receiving  special mention from Premier Mc  Eride in his address, was .represent  ���ed by the presence of Mr. -GuillanJ  late of the Geological Survey, and  also by J. H. Brownlee. The itiu-j  ery,. which had already been ar-.  ranged,. .prevp.irfs.-.tlie.jiiytitute from,  visiting Atlin. Although-ten thousand collars has been' subscribed foiy  the entertainment.-of the-members,  while in Dawson, -the -visit there  will be of short duration. The general impression of British Columbia  as a field for mining investment  was most favorable. Everyone says  that the Atliu district will get its  share ofthe benifit to be derived by,  the country at large as a result of  the meeting aud tour ��f the institute  within the province.  GENEHAL  WIRES.  Geo. Ktihn, postmaster at West  Seattle, has absconded because he  was short $3,000 in his accounts.  Jimmy Brilt and Kid Sullivan  will fight a twenty-round match at  136 pounds iu San Francisco en  July 2ist.  John P. Wallace, chief engineer,  of the Panama canal, has resigned  owing to disagreements with the  canal board.  Lieul.-Cen. Grippcnberghas been  recalled from Manchuria for having  disobeyed the orders of Kuropatkin,  who has been appointed inspector-  general of infantry.  ���Advices from Christiana stale that  war betwen Norway and Sweden is  inevitable. It is even ppssible that  the first blow has already fallen and  that a declaration of war has been  made. Tiie armies of the two nations are facing each other on the  frontier, within striking distance,  and awaiting for the word that will  ,  Mining Notes.  "Mi:.'0. B. Perry left on Thursday  Ifor a three-weeks trip-to Dawson.  As shown bi' his clean-up last  week Mr. F. IT."Bracketfs plant-on  the .south hank of Pine has been  doing good work. ' ' -  Most of the 'freight l'or the dredge'  at Blue canyon - and the ���steam"  shovel of the Northern 'Alines, Ltd.,1  has been delivered to Spruce Creek.  Last week   the two mining suits;  in   the County Court,   Nedved vs.  Neidhardt   and   the Atlin District  Prospecting   Partnership vs'. Caua-1,  va.n, were settled.  Mr. J. J. McLaren, a mining man,  of Dawson who -came in on July  vst, has been inspecting. several  properties on McKee and other  creeks and will leave for the north  on Sunday's boat.  As lhet water on Spruce is drop-'  ping considerable the annual crop  of water complications are liable to  materialize shortly. We , trust,]  however, that the' Spruce Creek"  committee which has this matter in  charge will be able to deal with it to  the satisfaction of all.parties. I  -Mr. Mead, president of Ihe En-;  gineer Mining Co., who has been in;  town-" for some days started for  Skagway-oiV'Thursday's boat. He,  left instructions to have the claims  held liy his company surveyed and-.  crown "granted; Mr.   MuFiu-liiue,-]  C. E., who has the work in hand,!  will leave for- Taku Arm tomorrow'  night-  Perseverance, on Pine, }>y 111.  Pritchard.  - Kndcavor, -on .Pine, by Joseph  'Palmer. ' \j  ' Alliii, Slraf.hc6.1a, Jessie, Lucy,  'Hamilton, T-eoray, "Befkle}", Sunrise. Sunflower, Gille Ban and  Nigbt-ou-Dominiou, -on Rub)-, by  Robert MacKa-y.--.  Lowland, Daisy, 'Startler, Rerfl  McKay, Glengary, "Punch, Operator-, Lineman, Errn-go-bi-agh,  Standard and Lake View,-on 'Ruby,  ;by J. D. Lumsden.  Martha, St. George, Mountain-  'Dew, "Marion, N"-ewry, Monroe  'Fraction, 'Magagadusiyic, Union  Baj-, 'Fairplay auci Murrcock -creek  claims and King Edward, '"Bell,  ���Glenora, Topaz, Lizzie. Stem winder  and Ridley beiich -dhiitus, on Pine,  'by J. A.'Quick.  Vence, oinOtler Creek, .by-Chas.  Taylor. ' ���    -  Shovel' on 'Mc'K-ee Creek, by A.  'C. Hirschfeld.     ,  Belfast," on'Otter '-Creek, "-by John  R-ox'borouglf.     ' ���  From the Recording; Office.  cause the carnage to begin. Sweden  has already voted a war fund of  25,000,000 crowns. I  During   the   past  ten days or so'  the number of ".'lay overs''   granted  to owners of mining properties have  totalled 160.  , The  following   hydraulic   leases  have   been   declared void:     Washington and Tacoma ou Boulder and"  Aberdeen   and     Birmingham     on  Otter.  Options.  Duncdiu, on Spruce, by .A. Mc-'  Crimmou to N. M. Ltd. i  Transfers.  One-fifth interest Gopher, on  Spruce, by John Hi 11 berg to D. G.  Stewart.  Montcra.y and Canuck, ou McKee, by L. Corgdarripe'lo A. McDonald.  Daisy, on Ruby, by Chas. A.  Taylor lo IL Farmer and Cus  Anderson.  Sylt, on Spruce, by C. IT. Nisscn  to Northern Mines, Ltd. ,  Old Hundred, by And. Garvin to  Ole Owura.  North Star, on Volcanic, hy IT.  Pineo to D. F. McKenzie.  Sandy, on Ruby, by F. Abbott ito  Ruby Creek Mining Partnership.  Crater, on Ruby, by A. K. Abbott to R- C. M. P*  Applications.  Following are a list of the applications for leases which are posted  at present:'  ..   ��� Items of 'News. -  The -coast town ,-of "'Metlakahtlia'  was burned onyjtily-jrd.  Skagway Mid big celebrations  on both the-ist,9n,'4.:Athol'July.  The   Czar has .declared a state o'f  war to exist.at.aud in -the   vicinity  of Odessa.            G-eneral Czernctucei wnsassassinated at Kishineff on June.ijoth anil  a general strike was inaugurated.  The sailors and dockh-ands at  the Russian navy yards at Kron-  stadt have killed an office'- and gone  on strike. .    ,  Admiral -Kru-ger has returned to  Sevastapol from Odessa. He stated  that he did not try te capture the  Kniaz Potemkin -for the reason that  the sailors on his ships are'in hearty  sympathy with-the rebels.  A Loudon despatch stales'that at  Libau, on the Baltic, the Russian  sailors both ou ships and in the  yards have mutinied. They looted  the government stores and at last  reports were 'engaged in a fierce  fight with'the Cossacks.  The mutinous .battleship Kniaz  Potemkin, accompanied by torpedo-  boat No. ?C*7, also with a rebel  crew, anchored in the harbor o'f  Kuslenji, Romania, on Monday  night. The mutineers went ashore  and secured food and walcr.  At Reno, Nevada, on the afternoon of Monday last Melvin Hart,  of Louisville, Kentucky, was declared to be the champion heavyweight pugilist ofthe world by Jas.  J. Jeffries, ex-champ'ion, who re*  fereed the championship battle between Hart and Jack Root, <ti  Chicago. Root was "knocked eiC'  in the X2.th round. There wcce zxk.-  000 spectators at the contest.  ".<*1  Stables & Lnm.-vleu ��� ensryau A ��  j stock of groceries., ■■^fiiiiraia^
;ATLINi;yn3;.   C.,    SATrjRDA¥7y;j"0TY-:' S.' 1905-'
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y-:.: Ttyis- an, un fail iugyriile. in ■liFesiai-
iuunilies of <a?lieaithni! &taiidiiig"':f'6'
y; 'fiucf aylot of interest in; various ki uds
; 7of;spprts'.y-7:.77;y7y 777:yy
■•",". 77 ...■'AUin'.yused .ytb-tje'-np exception to,
y y; they rule but dnringy'the last.year or
7y so. very little interest liasybeen taken'
7,- :hr.yan'yj.partic'.ul'ar 7 line '■■ of-butydoory
7ysports .yyvhativci"; y" Ay community
:'. /thatyeiiCGUi-agesyallyfoiyms of leg i mate'
7;.:'s'por.t":y alwaysy; l-a<7a: fair return: for'
yytiiey tnotiey ■ andyenergy -expended,:
"7.:■".besid'esv.::w-hich it-yereatesyinterestyin:
yy things. 7n y general,1 yuot: to mention.
.ythe yambviiityoftgdod 7t 7 does7 toyythd
:,■;:.;;'hi6rali;'..and ypbysieabwelfare of lx>th
■7 ..•'■specta tor-ami participant .as,  Iny the
The : AtiyletiG'  Events: -Were   Weil
.y:  Contcsted'—A Gooif Horse.Raea.-.-,
yy'..;—-Danes iri. the Evening',,
: 7 There ywas-y a fairly largeattend-
aueey;7 tlie sppiyls.held- in Discovery
onySalurclay, July r-st. M.any were
unable-;, to-attend: on account being,
'kept-busy on the Greeks-,' but,, those.
Avlii) 7 were ypreseiiV were .well ''.enter-,
tiped by- witnessing^ ah exceedingly
Ion g.y program ns ey of ywell con tested
iit'hlelic eyentsj-'besides which; there
Avas.7b^quarter; ,mile-- ■■.hors'c7'rah.e iu;
.h-iats,7a>pi-ize:s! 106 ting'.'mutch and .a.,
'da nee in .the eveningvyy ;;y ;;■■:. ::-y:. 7: 7
, T.h7ga;nes started.atyrO'a7in, and
result«»d;as.follows::;■ -7-".;■:-'7 77y:77-7:-.
7. PuUiiig.;iyi'6',.;Tb-!.:-sh-c>fef-^rAt:)';J-.';iMcrV
iiu. being the: vrinning:puty:y;y'y
-7 Putting 56- lb shot^--Mr.-Conroy 7
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'.;. •.■'.'iop'yyards*,'. open~-jy,::McKeciinie;
;Mr. Cduroy.7 y,y7"7-"'y'7: ■'•' ::7.:
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No!)le s[4it:the ;uiouey: yy 7~y~X-yy:.:
•yyAn,.adjournment7was- madey:fof
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■- the latterya^e b&nefited'-Tiyybotli: the
":.:T«UiichHhey-:c:onipetey.77:y^-- y«-ir7-'-::i
: y Hereyweyha^e the, most ..favorable.
.,", cliiunlie'.- oonditiens;    we : have  the
■'■: material 7 .whyy not. they spirit?--
7 .Our   neighbors.- on Spruce Creek
■'and at Discovery, are always willing
lu racct.'via in':com]i>'e'tUi'o.,is'-in .. tiny of:
t'ne'manly sports, and' it seetns a
7pily" that our citiy.cns Should- over:
look the; opportunitiesy which exist,
in this line, for much, healthy indulgence, yy"-
Why not proehii'm a civic holiday-
of   sonie.   date . toward:-   the end nf
July or in the early part. of. August
and   have' a-day ofbolh water aiid
.laii'cl sports:   .Tlie-. esplanade north
:vyPick-a-back:  race--B6uniey 7nd
:McKe:chnifev:Dayis :and "Afexandery
yGirls race—-Miss-'Anderson:y7
}: WIiecLbarrow 'raceT-Molikyyand:
'.y.Boys'.y. race,,: under; i.o—-W. An-
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7 :Bbys':  race, . under:, 15-—Douglas
Taylor. Iyy.". ,77 "'y.',   ";''yy .' ";'■:..
' y La:lies:';r:aGc—-Ivlr*». F. H. Mobley:
■'■On inter   U7.ilc
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Sack: race-
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the.  \V.''P-:'-
Y.   wharf could
: very easily ,bey|nit.in shape for. foot'
races -uuL' atliietic conipetitioiisy
and the.-aquatic events ■could fake
place yo:i;  the  lake iminedi-itely iu
■iVout'of.'.'tliis location.
■ Wa.  trust  that .all Atliiiites will-
make/an   endeavor  to  tc establish
the    lair   name   of the. town among'
the  exponents   of athletic eompeli-
'tipu a::ti out door Knorl in general;
!i :-*■.;!
b;   trying   lo   nc^ouati
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(7:: M.'ny iii-::
si-ljuisl 1,. j liv.
Mi.-iro.-,.-..';-.;' , (j•.;.-..
k:'iO-.Vi-:-'.i;.;,i: of I'i
,.'. i'lf.-ji-.krnt iii
tt'il hi.-; i:.i::i7r.
,1    1-
■ndiaii  race, quarter  mile—Billy
Francis,. June.a'u. Jack.
Obstacle race—V-/. Conroy, Capt."
A.lexander-7'",-' " :: :   yy.   ..■■'■;-.: vV'.-
•    Indian .bicycle  nice,, half mile—-
'Billy Francis, .Teslin Jim.
The quarter mile horse race in.
heats proved to-be an exciting event
aiui wits won,:; by- Dixonis Free
Miner, .C. • Gilleapie up, in: two
straights. ... iVIobley's To;iy.ysecpudi
made a splendid, ruiiiii the last heat,,
losing by a shortueck.
There were several-competitors in
tiie trap shooting, match, and. some
good;u:oros were.: Mr. F. IT. Mob-
Icy proved, the winner.
Quite, a. large 'number attended.
the y dance   in   the  evening at. the
.i-.-<Ul Monse, and. from.8 lo. ".a p.m.
t-hc:   c'lrjuymc-ut.    was    continuous.
,'i'iti: tui'-.'Hc by Messrs. Bert .I'lnzing
':u'<l jnliu   Cartmel w:.i.s of. the-best-..
■J:'-;:! j Mine   l:^:;t:;   v;-cellwl  tlioiii.-ieives in
i;r'-: ;■!.!>,.-   (p.iaiitiiy and  qualily of the re-
!!-sliu.iinil.s provide<l, and everybody
Thpough 'Line.rrom. .SkaguPoy-.t^
'■7.7 :-yy,-yy-,-.'paws'on;:fi'nd':aHy.int6iMi-i(3cliateyp
Finely cippcintirfi trains daily, oxoePt Sundsy,. Eietvvaer. Skasuay iCo:;-ibot3.
'":■,.   sand VMhitohoi'se.   Car-'y FssneiiQGi'G, E?.qgaqe. iViaii and■ Esjpress- ■■
"■ '.■*'.. /TliVIE "ySCHEDULE yOF- FIRST   CLASS ' TRAi i-'S :. 7 ■ :■.-
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-^atfSftnra mmm  ������'ATT-TN,' vyl3.: C.,y'ySATURDA.Y, y: JULY.: 8, 7905:  .yQytiT^Sfo^  y,-:-7,'.;:-7,.77.yy :.7yy7::.;y,.77::7- .'.^.7.:'.. y y'-^. y-y: 'y'-<."77.y y,7;'' '���:;::- ';:-;':7'. :;>:"' 7':y77''7y7 ���--" y-y'-',.7.-::-77'y-7y.:::'v'F77v7   :''.''y77'7'7:-777 .'���'.7:-> ���'-':-��� A:yT:-;Co7Ltd; yy'^yy lxXyy:y  yy'-x^^^  y AyS.uricii.y-., on.':.^Spruce - Greek.  :y--'-yTii8:: Boys, Iiiduljvp.tr iii ".K'a.nlyy."Cth'i7ie'3i::  "':        y:.-.-'.A7 D-'inner andyconeertyy-  .: 7 Te.vy; people:..���iii'-il.i.e':-di*-:t'ri.ct,Q'ulsi.(i'c;  -yofytheyiininedirilc viciiiityyofy-Spruci:  7 Greek- 7kue7 7hatJ he'boys oiiytliat  "X creek.Iiad7dpeii;:bouse71astySuiHl;iy,7  yyw'hehy 7a-7yccni|il. te7.progr'iniute".bf  ���7-!porlsywas can i?<:! -out on "'���(���he'-.'opeii<  . '"-"'space- of i'fo'i:iid: between -t lie creek''  ������':  - ���:::.yy-''-'--, ���   --.    . .-,-:. ���:::���:-.-��� ;.������:���'���'-���:-   ������::���.���:���������-.��-������,::..'���  y-.--:;,  .y7:'aiid'.ili.eypiscoveryytfm  :,y events cd'nsisic'dbl' football, b-isel.iall,  ,':7:cricket,rX^  .'������'���.'���. -and-: ptherysportsyair; oCywli'iclfwerc  ; -entered7ini<7b  :7yj-eaT ahd7energy,:\vhich,.:is:7sc7,char-  '������': :,act'ei;isiic. of i he.; Sri nice creek miners;;  y aiid::a'.thoi-pughgpodyl'im'c.:yya's'',en-  ,:7J oy'c.d '.by all': 11 i.dsey' p res'en t. 77:77 iyy:  7' :y' The.'���'-gaines:7werey,kei)t::up/until  .y.yydinner7tinie,ywhen y-iu,-adjournment  :'-,' yvyasyymadey to:: JNlrsyyOenhett^y aiid  7 7Mfs; yClay'sy tO *' repleh ishytliey inner  ���:7ni'ah'7y7N'e^  yyiaryhosls"liad-"-prepared:a: dinner" .'fit  : for -the gods, 7andyycyerything:\vas:  ":-;;'-'dotie'--ibmake7Uie7 assembled sport7  y:sters:7aiKl:;y their; gueStsyiiappy and;  :::'-ycbiUe.iitecl.-7yy:';. 7-:7> s:.777:7:7:  y'yyyAfterydihneryityywas.yyanubunced  = ^tiiat:; the :'day'syyprogi-anniVeyy would:  ^clbseywith-a ��� rifle- -shboiing-'cbutest  y and -: boxih g: a net :'fei icii'i g|'7\vii.'i cl i i'i g.  . .rip 'with;. a.:: good y-oldySjVruceyCreek  7 smoker, to take place 'at.;.' lhc7 yciibin;  y^'of .yMessrs.7^  jaucler andTTdini'ey.many "': : ������'���'.  ':-��� :The shootingcoiilesty-A'ns Avon .by.  7MivMasbh with';a'-score of   13   out.  ���-.: ...of a possible 15,- and, exhibitiousof  boxiugy were7. given:   by  'Messrs.  Thomas: and --Fisher, yAlliott ��� and  .';.-.-D';i'ffy',-..'y..and-.:Strange .-hid    baker.  :Single stick exhibitions by ^Messrs.,  :.:Blazing   and   Fisher,   Wasspn and  Alexander::'were   bolli /aftiSticyaud  .skillful..,,       7777 .'7 ���'-;'  . y-7:77: "'  7 The 7 smoker, started : wilb.selec-  -.-���-tions by ithe Spruce-Creek orchestra  7 after 7 "y hich '������.; Mr./yHarry Strange-  7 wiio dc'ciipied the chair:7aiinbuuced  that   the: concert -would:: be - im-  promptu. aiid that.everyone present  was   expected . lo .assist;'    To  say  that the coucerti-.ywhich .lasted:until  .  midnight, was   a  success would lie  7-faint praise; it was simply immense,.  all..present  doing .their  utmost- lo  make the programme lively and interesting.    To hear Mr. Prcseotl in  his impersonation of a Dutchman in  the  song  "Saner Kraut" and then  . 'in'a 4U1 of Jujy oration was indeed  a  privilege:    In   :7 programme   in  which  everybody assisted  il would  7be  impossible to give.a full report,  but amongst  those   who   did   contribute the songs of Ivles.srs. Pytnaii,  Dauniels,   Fisher,   Parrolt,    baker,  Cartmel  'tiiid   McKwcu  were most  thoroughly enjoyed:   The evening's  fun closed with an   impromptu supper  provided  'oy Messrs.   Houney-  'nian and partner'--, after which there  were  a few more sr-ngs, concluding  with     "Auld    Lang    -Syne"   and  "Praise   God     From   Whom    Ail  Blessings   Flow,"    both   of   which  were 'sung   en  masse with cnthusi-  asm-and feeling.  ':.,, 7.7   '���: : ���Bccri.ryi.yBit. ���-: "y-7  H ere by oii. d iscoi it e 1 > led 1: i 1 oe k e r, yy  7-G j:q;\\-li'ii|7iljcmi the city: ids,':������������  Ciilbrolpi-ni .yourdisuial, lalkei-j.yyy  yyy'i'ake a course.o'yliver pills.y:.y7;  Sti-),p yei-;dafii ki-b-lccUibwlin',::''  :y;yCha ny:sonibsand aiicl gi t sOine grit,  .Doiit'ysel'iii the (liihijis a'growl in',:':  :���;.;7"7:7,7 Juuvp<:t!i7roo>;iy7y;7y :7:::':  ���:'7'7::77'An7.hoGSt7:7'::'7.777yy;:':-::  Fall, iuAvhilc 1 lie l>:incl\s; a-i>lay;ii!, -7  7y: I4(-,l chy! 1 ie7 s I ep'; a 17y 111 a re 11 ^i long-���  ' Stcad;;o7pessi in islic :bravin '7.:.;..,., :7y  :7 yJ i 1'e] 111 iiy 1 k 1 i!cli:ya 11 -so 1 ig 1 y7: y7:7  Pii-ppyerl-:anin'.ei--7dosoine,roo,linyr--::  : 7 C,i ra b:a: li or 117 you:'cuss,", an 'split':  Kyery-echo-widi yer7fo0l'in'���-y::77.  :."y77yy7:y.7yJ|u!n'|yytlie:roosty:y'y:';y^77yy:-s::'yy  :'':'.: :-:.x.:'A.n.'7boost' 7:::y'::.y;:-.;.77;y..'7x.:  :^xXyyyArli\l^  77':,-'.::, ,y-: .7 ,7:7 y���- Tacoma News.  iHEyAfLI'N^  '��� ���' *���-  FRESH' -'DRESSED:.: mEMHyMo  i.'.ioV  riir ttir-^i * ires.**Jst^zrJ^���ii  Ie"W"VAmva{s.  :;;--::;-:.; W:'y. x' P'QU LTRY? W. y ALLyy K \H l)^Wm^':iG-QMi  C-:y. DO EL !< ER::: IV! a h scj ei'7y;:  k. i^fTXJi^n xzirjczzm i vmc^.-^:  *-^&: zzxnzrcxzsz  'I l^mik\ix\M?--^-(?^  &J fcy sis:myjz~ k-3%? yKyjy ���  &  :(i.yo.;.r)7(i:y:o: -O i>o*  o:  Beti^eMly-PearbyS  :y7.y;-77y7yy7:y;y'-y;S<^;K7Ac3i��*ts,^  yy.:Fpl lowing: isy:;a. lisbofthoseywlib  hayeyreceutlyarri\'/ed:per IhejScblia:  1-:;:Jply-i^'r,-^E7H:'^  'Kirk! ahci;: Qy B; :;Per ry''T-1717-Fe rry ,���  AVy.: ;:KI:7:Ree vesyy W7I )a vidsoii ,::W{  ���.Bei;iritn')yy--W.''-:;K'6ss;--y:J,:yM  .U:'^lorris:��� J::;yJ7 McLaren,''Tndiadi  JiuryyA;7pickson,:P.;Rbcco, F.:Wat-  son,yIi'..::Harkins^ F:yJohes,'yJ:yyW:  Haines,yyy Jhly"-6.7^W.:D7Gutmany  F;y:C.yySmith,y;RyySinlpsbii.'Pl Jot-;  iii 1-017767 'Neal,: W^ Daiiiels'yyC.yi,;  eni!en,yMr:anci:|Mrs:y\y: J:'Robinson,7,Mr.7and7Mrs.:R. D: Feather-  stonliaugh',yyW- ySher'nier.yWiyAVord  ai;dAY!u7::Bnttershill.:: :     -77-'::'y.  rr^rt trjn r xwxrs^r ra  v^Ky^t^ravw gwevrvr yjvr  y:MBTi��RJ:XX:.  :y\ l.L Persons Ii'iivi��K,.'oliii.ins. against the  ~^- Gold House -ji-ovious!'��� to 1stSoptem-  bai'-, lbC4,';ui-e'v'eciiip'stc(l to prcseiit them, duly  verified, with tlio iiii(lergij*neil onyoi- before  iiiipii on t'lie 12tli day of J til.v, 190S.'.���"'  ,   '  ���-;���."       :��� .���':.'���:.---..,.'.-; :.:../ it.a. stoivm-t,'   -  : ���Trustaes for Creditors: <   L. Sohnlz,- ���.-:���'- ���:��� -  ,     ( ��� A'.'S. Cross.     .  x -^7y7NGTICE.'  MIJETI'J'tT Oftlio(..railitorsof the Gold  ..".<ii_i:se, aKsiunod hy Jno. Wiiltsi-s, Sep-  t-jnihor, JOl'j, v.-ill L-u held in the oflico"of The'  Al-liii. Tradinj- Coniniiiiv,. himited, Atlin, U.  C.; (i't"'oi'i^i'-"<i!c!pe!< YiiT'ilit*- 12titJ;day,of '-/Inly,  i9:fi,-io''w:i:ici.'.'ni) thu ���'G-6l-.i: H'oiiSso.. business  pi-ovions to that. date. '     ; '-       :  '77 7.       ::"-���-   - 7  Jl. G.Stewnrt, |:'  Trustees for Creditors. \   I.. Suhulz, "  (A.S.Cross.  m  "NOTICE.  7-7(.)TlCf; la.lini-eliy'���I'iveu that slttiiiKsUif  the t-iiiproiiiB Court, for tli.ii (rial of  civil eiiiissi, iiiiittoi-iiiiiKl issues v.-ill be held  lit "(ho Court IIuiikc, u i Atlin, a! tun o'ulock  in tin.- I'oriMiooii oC Tuesday, llui'ui^lith day  tit 'AiiKiiat, U'Cfi.  J1.8-'-l  '.''��� i-;. ,'l.TII.Vl.N',  151st riet 1.0^,'lsl rur Snproinu Court.  NOTICE.  ".N0T10!" E.-i li��i-pliy--iv<!ti tlmt tfiu'owitors  of tin-. -'Mtui-Uniou", lease on I'oiildcr Ureeli  will not bo i-c.-i|ioiisililo for any debts 'eon true*  tod by tho lay moil, for lnlioi- or siiiiplies.  A.B.CItO.S!*.:. .  ���Vtllii. June -iith, JOOn.       .Mtiiiut'lup: Owner.  .Il-l-lin    v nltf I  SHOKMAKKR.  ���i^  I Havo R-fl-ojionotl in my oCd stand on  FIRST ST., ATLIN.  f il-.tvo th" Ih.'-d- I'iiics of .Minors' Hoola.  Mahiui- I'oot.-i to order is ray sjioidully.  '���Hi-pairs pi-oiniitly mi'l neatly exeeuU-d.  &.^.&&-JH5>.'xy: &z^x^&&&&��-$'A&y?&  TTIF:7I)INING-R00M7  'yy-xxy-Wy: ���  ;:!l^3SElfe^y^  :7-;��-^ry7::;:':-7y&-7:::.:':y7':y;D'!sc6vERy7:B:^^  ,y:^J,.,-::-J-...���::-:;.y:. ..:.r,:y,,.y::,.X:Xr:yr,r.vy:xyx^.y:,yyyy,  H/:V  ��� ":.; a!9jr*  i%^:'  m&yWvQmym m m  7*' 7 - lipatntiraiitviirGoiinoctioM  Undery ���  777 Nft\v;. tin*!- Cai��:;hlu Mauii^ciiibiil. ������}���  (7yy:.yyy7:yyyyy-7;;'^.y y":p|>co'wy-bhoth  ;;��� - PpoI: ��� ���&' y ��� BilliaTcls,:'' Free;��� ���: ���:.; ���"; yyv-.���.:  Freightih&:: and 'Teaming  jlorses and Rigs for Hire.  l"i1E:r.��@��A^:ll#fll  ''.'..'. TALLiVliRK' &   'BEf-SlM ETT,', Propi'totors.: :7  '.', Corner Pearl and Firgt^'Stre'ets,' Atlin, B. C.  -���*:>.*--  FIRST   CLASS -RESTAUR A WTy  IM. CON IN! ECTIOrJ.  ' y  .ts^wjLzt-^ '  - ��� *  '.���.tlio'CESJ .WINES, Ll-JUOliS M-!7i CIoAliS-��� CASt GOOOS A SPtGALTV.    y  %k^CmMim^ Sfeank-: of  .|..o��erce.  -;.'������  ���:��� ���'������' CAPITA'!/���'���:l5Al.D.y,. UP    ^io,ooo;ooo.���-, 7:     .7  '"x.'      . R*isi'uvK,   $3,500,000."       7.  Branches of the Dank ;;.t���'Jcattie, ' ���  ���7   '    ���   ���  ��� San Francisco,  Portland, ���"���''"-  Skag-way, ote.  Gor.!5 Dust PuKCHASiCD���Assay Oi-t'icic i;-.- Connjccyicn.  J).  KOSS, Manager.  VANCOUVER.- iEMfilif EiM'.'. WORKS*, til.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  SPECIALISTS   iM  ��  Iii Ifil y *4.a tl   ��tl SLLs ll )'��� -As   i    Viiz'J-S W t.l t4 '������\X)    E    L-,: v.-.-j vL> M fc U d t'. ^%.a Q   fe',.j*-  HYDRAULIC    GIAKTS, WATK17- GA'lTiS,  lUFFIvK    BAPS, STFKI,   R1VFTTKD    I'JPJ-,    .  HOISTS,       MINiXG    CAGJ-7     axm     011F7 CARS.   ".  r-^ADI:-.   TO   SPECIAL   DESiGISJ.  A.  C.  HIRSCHFELD,   As'cnt for AtiiiT District.      ,  .>;.-���>;���,' yy:.  ^���������m .,j,;us^M^i&tt>?ZX&'/��:rSX<  .to lii^zAsZSZSXyiv. v.iazJie.^Xi^-ZLi.j^Zxi.ti:  ATLIN,    B.   C.     SATURDYV    JULY    S,    1905.  Wc   sus'v:   fUesidei'u^'izrs   fer  "�����-���"A  fresh frcait anci Vepetables  find also  Eesms   and   Butter.  "iH'w"  E. L vn  o     Jl.   JI B���i-  Branch   Store, on   SPRUCE   CREEK,  Local Events.  Full line fishing tackle al Regan's.  . New, stock of'Lowney's Chocolates  al C. R. Bourne's.-  McDonald's Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh eggs aud butter.  Mrs. Peter's bread���-the best in  the camp���can be obtained at Pill-  man's Atlin and Spruce Ci eek stores.  If you want the best fresh fruit  and vegetables . go to Wheeling's.  New slock arrives on every boat.  Mr. M. R. 1. Reed is rusticating  at Mr. McKen/.ie's place on Boulder  Creek.,  The light showers of the past  few days have done much to advance   the growth in local gardens.  Large assortment graniteware at  Regan's.  The outside appearance of St.  Andrew's hospital has been much  improved and beautified by the liberal coat of paint which has lately  been applied by willing hands.  If you are particular, and want  the best and mean to have it at moderate rates, you will stop at the  Fifth Avenue Hotel when in Skagway.���Remember the name,       i  On Monday evening last the Scotia made a special trip to Pike  River telegraph station with a load  of supplies for the agent, Mr. Barton who, with his wife, had been in  town for a few days.  A large shipment of Heinz's and  Bishop's goods have arrived at N.  C. Wheeling's.  The safety of the board walks  around town has been considerably-  increased of late by the laying of  much new and heavier lumber. Let  the good w.ork go. We were some  tiine ago given to understand that  a plank walk would be laved between First street and the W. P. &.  Y. wharf.    It is needed.  W. J. Smith came near being  drowned on Thursday. While ou  board his steam tug in the bay near  the brewery one of his feet got tangled in a rope and, tripping, he fell  overboard, tbe rope held fast and  kept him upside down with his head  under water. Mr. Whitfield, son  of our town shoemaker, happened  to be on the waterfront iu that vicinity at the time and saw the accident. He immediately went to Mr.  Smith's assistance, and, unfastening  the rope, he succeeded in getting  the half drowned man ashore.  Several new designs ol Atlin view  postals at C. R. Bourne's.  For upholstered bed-lounges at  correct prices call on J. D. Dune.  The latest magazines and papers  arc always on hand at Pillman's. ',  During the past week the Scotia  brought in over fifty tons of mining  machinery aud merchandise.  The Grand hotel has been closed  and it is the intention of its late  proprietor to engage in some other  pursuit.  Burn this fact into your mind���  it is worth remembering there is  but one strictly first-class hotel in  Skagway���It is the Fifth Avenue.  Our carriage meets all trains.     1  Large assortment window, shades,  curtain poles and fixtures at Regan's.  During the week three women  each paid fines of $50 aud costs for  selling liquor without licenses.  The cases of three others who were  charged with a like offence have  been remanded to Tuesday next.  Wm. Brown, C. E., who has  charge of the Atlin-Juneau road  survey, returned lo town Thursday  night to obtain the services'of"an  Indian and a canoe. He'' reports  having completed the survey as far  as the Sloco river and that "tlie  remainder of the trip will'Have to  be inailc wilh u-uioes as the country  is impassable for horses.  Church    Notices..  Church of linpliind: St. .Martin's Cliiircli -  Sunday services: Matins at, 11 a.m.; Hven-  souk:, 7:30 p. in. Celebration of Holy Communion. 1st Sunday in each month and on  special occasions. Sunday School: Sunday,  ut li p. in. Committee Meetings, 1st,Thursday  each month,     lie v. I?. 1.. Stephenson, rector.  St. Androw's Presbyterian Church hold  services in the Church on Second Street-  Moruiii!" service at II: evimiiisrservice, 7:31).  Sunday School at (he close of Hie niornine;  service.   Ilov. I'.Tiirliiii-rtoii, minister.  coders  ���"���pKNDHRS Will lie received by tho uiidei--  -���*- si-rued for the purchase oT Three Hydraulic Lenses sit uatc bi-.tween Itoso Creek  und (lie I'luu Canyon on Spruce Creole.  The lenses have been issued and tho rents-  have been paid to date, l-'iirtlier pai'tiuulars  will be jrivcn on applical ion. Title (jinir-  auti-ed.  All tenders must, be in writing and not  Inter than 25th .Inly.  All or any tender may bo refused.  I". II. N. WOODS,  jl.S-S Solicitor for Vendors.  ���*>  tift  >TICB    ���  o  wMxznmTrJzirjnKxr ��*-!s-;e-A,-i��3*E��rmiA^ izta  We have   just received a  large  consignment of  Fancy and  Staple Groceries."  If you want fresh geccis, at. c_e_drcck prices,-call and see trs.  TELE IRON STOKE, FIRST STREET  T-KEf#RM ' TAB HO  333 Hastings Street,  Vancouver, B. C  Mail Orders promptly attended bo.  Self-Measurement Blanks aud Samples sent ou application'  NORTHERN    POWER   &  *ER   CO.,   LTD.  ATLIN, B- C.  ��*tr  i}��r. Saw Mill is again in (Operation  And We are Prepared  To Fill all Orders For  <  M  Dimension Timber-  Rough and Dressed Lumber.,  Shiplap, Beaded, Grooved, Etc., Etc.  pigg-   WE   Alii"    I'lSTTI'li   PKEPARIil)   TO  Take Care of Larue Orders on  GROCERIES,   HAY,    OATS   MfflB   FEED*  Tlititi  Any House This Side of Seattle.       Perishables a Specialty.  AGJ-EK-'TS   -   -  Rose of Ellensburg Butter Prepared Stock ��J Canned Goods  Chase & Sanborn-'s Coffee Blue Ribbon Tea.  Standard Oil Co. ^��"Satisfaction  Guaranteed  The R.o^^Higglns Co,  SKAGWAY.   ALASKA*  Mmtll MIWIM f/itlMW  ill  ATLIN,  R. C.  Brewers  of L&ger  SSeer  aisd PcrHer.  SMALL AND LARGF ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  \<i


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