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 <  / -A ��� '*��'&Jy  J^3l]9o5'  /-j     IS  X^Orja, &-%/  VOL. 12-  ATLTN,  B.C., .SATURDAY,    JULY    22,   1905.  NC. 3T4  TELEGRAPHIC.  Black' Plague and Cholera in  Japanese Army.  Strike Rlng*loadors Put to Death--  A Russian Regiment Mutinies  and Kills an Officer���Peary is  CUT Fop the North Pole.  Tokyo, July 15.���It-is said tliat a  species of black1 plague and cholera  is raging iir the Japanese army in  the vicinity of'Mukden- -The victims of the battles a-round .Mukden  last winter were buried in shallow1  graves. They are now decaying,  causing a terrible stench and breeding desease and death.  St. Petersburg',- July 17.���Russia  lias notified Gfeat'Britain, France,  Germany and die United States  that she expects them to insist that  "Japan shall accept moderate peace  terms. Russia claims tliat Japanjs  power is a menace'to the Christian  world:  Twenty-four leaders in the recent'  outbreak at. Odessa have been hung  and    17--others  are condemned to  death.    There-are 202 more .under  arrest who will -be tried  for   high  treason: ......  .... The Czar has abandoned the attempt to extradite the mutinous  crew . of the" Kniaz Potemkin from  Roumauia. . ���. ���  Lodz, July 1/.���A portion of an  imperial Russian regiment mutinied  here today. One officer was killed  and others' had narrow escapes. A  large number of the mutineers were  arrested.  GENICRAI,  NEWS.  TJ-1.r r."  paying   objectionable  attentions lo  his wife.  Canada was leading .at the completion of the first range in the Kola-  pore cup .contest, at Bisley A The!  Scotch team won thc'McKinnow cup  with a score of 1469, the Canadians  were second with r.447.  A diabolical attempt to annihilate  the Russian imperial family has  been frustrated. Two hundred audi  fifty pounds of dynamite had been!  placed under the royal chambers of  a Moscow castle .which they were|  about to.occupy. !  ' -Explorer Peairy has sailed from I  New'York on his new ship Roose-i  velt and- will make a final attempt  to reach the North Pole. He is accompanied by his wife atid daughter  and a -Yankee school-dame. ' The,  latter intends to be the first woman  to resell the poie.  The Domini 00.1 government has  increased the duty on dry white lead  Troua 5 percent, (to 30, subject to a)  British preference. The effect will!  be tliat lead produced in British Co  lumbia will--be'taken east and cor-;  Toded in'Mountreal rata "white lead.!  The tariff -��ti white lead-ground in  oil was increased from 25 to 30 perj  (���ent.      - *    - ... . ...  , Hon. W. -S. Fielding-recently an-  noflttcecF' at:Ottawa hw-plan.for-rheS--  deportation <>>f American silver in;  Canada. The banks -wiiU hold the'  silver, and the government will purchase it and send it to the States.  The banks will -Receive a commission of three-eights of a cewt, and  receive Canadian- silver from, the  government.    ..      The U. S- government has, at the  Sandy Hook proving grounds, been  testing the greatestexplosive known  to man. One shell exploded 20 feet  before it reached the. target and  literally crumpled up the heaviest  armor that could be provided. A  twelve inch shell, charged with this  explosive, is so irresistable that  nothing manufactured can stop it  It is called "Duonite."  Dangerously Injured.  An  ���rj.Hir  a "million'dollars have been  ���voted for the erection of a new gov-  "eminent departmental building at  ��� Ottawa. ,  By an explosion in a Quebec cartridge works 011 July :15th" four men  were killed and two others seriously  injured.  A would-be masher at New York  has been sent up  for six months for  having   attempted   to  flirt  with a  married woman.  Fred   Ross  is dead at Aberdeen,  Wash., as the result of  having   his  neck dislocated by a knock-out blow  "in a recent prize fight.  Two   women   and two men were  killed at Winnipeg on Saturday last  . by the   fall   of a building during a  high wind. The structure was 1111-  , dergoing repairs.  King   Oscar   and  Crown   Prince  Gustavo,   of   Sweden, -have paid a  visit to Emperor William and Prince  Von Buelowat Berlin.    A Oerman-  ' Swedish alliance was discussed.  The inauguration of the new province of Saskatchewan will occur at  ���Regina   on   September  4.     Eight  thousand dollars have been donated  by parliament for the celebration.  .     C. I-i. Gibbons, editor of the Colonist, Victoria, has been committed  for   trial  011 a charge of shooting to'do is being done for the sufferer but  kill.   Me fired both barrels of ashct | only slight hopes are entertained of  gun at a  ina-.i.sari  to   have   been ' his recovery.  Old  Timer  in the District Met  With a Serious Mishap.  Noel Laverdiere, who' has been a  prominent and respected man in the  camp since 189S, met with a serious  and perhaps 'fatal accident on Sunday last on the Spruce creek trail-  lie was riding on the rear end of a  load of logs when, losing his balance, he fell backwards off the load  and landed heavily ou his back on  top of a stump. Four ribs, which  were broken close to the backbone,  penetrated one of his lungs and have  caused many hemorrhages and in-  teiisesuffering, .Theinjured man was  placed on a stretcher and about a  dozen of his friends carried him to  the hospital here. Everything that  medical skill and good attention can  Mining Notes. ���  Mr. R. A. Lambert is still taking'  as much gold as ever out of his  claims on Spruce.  Ginaca & Co., on McKee Creek,  will lie finished on .their first pit  early next week, when they hope to  hav.e a large clean-up.  The   water is Jailing-very fast on  McKee Creek and avilL unless helped   by rain,   in a great measure re-[  tard the work during the balance of!  the peasoh.  Tlie McKee Creek Hydraulic Co., j  S. H. Pliimbe manager, had a very'  gratifying clean-up Saturday night,  the  amount  realized being $j0,000  in round figures.  The dredge of the British Columbia Dreding Co. on upper Spruce isi  rapidly neariug completion. MrV  Switzer,, the manager, hopes to be'  able to get in iwo months digging  this full --;  The Spr.wce Creek Power Co..,  Mr. W- Hall manager., are getting  ready to clean up their season's pit,  having been compelled by sJiorXage  of water' to suspend further work:  on their gravel banks. j  , The water on Boulder has falleuj  as low as\it was in .1899. The driest!  season we-have,.had. The-.French  company are still working and have  moved considerable dirt," although  the yardage is not nearly as large  .as last year.  The dredge ou Gold Run, Mr." O.I  T. Switzer manager, continues to  do good work. The aLterations-at'  the head gate ot the ditch which  supplies water for the power house,  are certainly a great" improvement  and make it impossible for-an)' de;j  biis to get into the pipe Hue,  The Northern Mines Limited,' A.,  H. Bromly superintendent," have',  about 35 men at work putting the'  steam shovel and auxilliary plant-  together on Spruce Creeki and expect to be digging in about 12 or  ��4  days.    The  company'are-short.  handed and are anxious to get more  men to work. Messrs. Marcus and;  Wallace have a contract to build-the  company's, flume and they have a  large crew at wor.k.    .  Notice has been received at the  local Customs office, that that part  of item 455, schedule B, oflhe Customs Tariff, 1897, and subsequent  Acts, relating to mining machinery.,  has been amended as follows: "Tlie  exemption from duly of machinery  and appliances of a kind not made  in Canada for use exclusively in  alluvial gold mining, authorized by  section 12 of the said chapter, is  extended from July 1, 1905, to June  30, 1906."  Volcanic 'Gteek.  Men are Prospecting- Ground���WHS  Be Hydraulic Proposition.  Last Saturday and Sunday we  paid a" visit to Volcanic Creek by  way of .the "Fourth of July"' trail.  The"trau"~was found in faiily good  condition but there area lew bridges  which need renewing by a little  general repair work.  The boys were all we'll ((-a barber  might do a stroke of-business out  there) and hard ot work. They  have sunk a shaft just above discovery claim and were d-own some  30 feet. The first few feet (4) prospected were for surface wash, then a '  hard granite wash was encountered  that contained no-colors at all. This  granite wash continued to the bottom of-the workings but was jus.t  beginning to change again, when  ���the work had to be abandoned until  a pump.could be put -into -position.  The water ,has .made ,the wvork very  difficult, as many-ac 'three or four  .barrels -oi water hawing .'been hoisted  to one of dint.  Volcanic Citeek' Tiees iirthe mouii-  tains at the source .of Ruby'and  Consolation creeks,-it is well'confined, has au awerage grade,of ten  per cent, and at tfhe present time  contains about 400 inehes of water,  andif pay dirt is'foiiiid'irwiirmake  a-very gooa'piping proposition.  ���While the boys intend t�� -sink lo  bedrock, of which there is no indication as yet, t'hey should be commended fer their pluck in .dt&itig so  on the Indications so far obtainable,  but then they are all "miners;" not  -"cheechacos."  From the Recording Office.  ��� An option-on.tlie Syti&ieategroup,  consisting of the Vixen, Ptarmigan,  Reindeer and Cod c'aims-on Spruce  creek, -has been given by Ed. Hel-  greti to D. G. Stewant and R. B..  Featherstonehaugh.  Transfers.  AC, AD aaid .Queen, oreek-.claims  ou Spruce, by -Parker Bros, to D..  H. McDonald.  AC, AD and Queen, on Spruce,  by D. I-I. McDonald to Northern  Mines Limited.  Dead wood, Jo Jo and Jumbo, o��  Gold Run, by Etta Bergiuheimer to  L. B. Harris.  Staked and Recorded.  Atlin, mineral claim in Rainy  Hollow, by Richard Kennedy.  Victoria, mineral claim in Rainy  Hollow, by J. W. Biinikam.  Bush fires are numerous at present and among the worst are those  on the McKee creek trail, on the  shore .of Torey inlet, north of the  mouth of 4th July creek, Fourth ol  July trail, at Surprise lake and ou  Teresa (Coat) island.  Got Two Months.  Henry Garueau, or Boulder creek,  appeared before Magistrate Thais  on Wednesday ou a charge of assault preferred .by a Discovery  demimonde.' Thecharge was prove**  and for ,two mouths Garueau wilil  do stunts on .the government wood  pile'.  Stables & Lumscleu carry asfocfc  of good groceries. ^  ATLIN,   P..    C,    SATURDAY, ' JUf.Y    22    1905  YHI7.ATUN  Cl-AlAl   IR  MJDDSMCD   SVmY  SATl>nDAVI  MCinisiiNc.    uaivhd   nice   to   am-y   pavtt or twc  uronuD* pon   so   ccnts    Pen   month :    sg.oo   Pin  VEAir.       ADVCrVTIFilNS* HATES .* T.I.OO PXR INCWCACH  BfinnnTLOH ;  ncA.-��mc wc; rices, ca ccnt". a linl*.  ���bPCCLLCWV   r\r-Ti:'5    OT*   AP-PLIC-ATtON.  The A. B. Fxcursion  To   Glacier   Bay Was  a "Howling  .Success"--Some   Climbed  the  Glacier and Others Bathed.  -*��->--  JOJ5 PHINTINO :  UJIT"nEn-H CADS,  WSTLTi, V.S.TI.'VG    C*nl>S.  mOGHAMUES,        'T.T..   ETC.  To say that the Arctic Brotherhood excursion, which left here at  S p.m. on Monday last on the Scotia, was a success would not be telling the whole c truth. ' It was a  "howling success" from each and  every point of view. '.'  I At the hour mentioned the steamier left Atlin dock and proceeded  clown Tore'y inlet to   Copper island,           {arriving there about ri   p.m., when  i-nmm-MANAiM-K. Ifl S-��P was made und the party went  ������!=w-��B��m���� JilllO   CHlMp    fortllC     lllgllt        '.111(1,      Wltll  HUSH FIRKS. il,ic  exceprion  of-a little two much  Why sesd out wiif.n you can c;i'T noons ah ch'isai' hkiif.?      "  Atlin, Niigget and   Grape   Rings  and nil kinds of Jewelry maim-  faeturcd on tlie premises.  Fine  New  Stuck   or   Watches,   Clocks,  Jewelry   and   Diamonds  Watches from $f>.00 up, , .,  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons.  JUlXO    fcUutKl  '  &    M/INj    ATl.IN  AND  D1SCOVKKV,  WATCHMAKERS  AND   MANUFACTURING  JEWELERS.  rtllCCS    MOOCHATC.  Tins  ATI.IN  CliAlM    Plllll.lSHlNr; Co.  fV.     Pulil.illtl).      (1 WANT,  They   are   Waiting   for   You!  argasns  IN  FULL  The   Tiot weather is with us once  more and, to make  matters   worse,  Jinany parties   in   different   parts of  the district are again demonstrating  their   carelessness���or    ability���by  being.the accidental or wilful cause  ��� of   bus-h   fires  as evidenced by the  many columns of smoke rising heavenwards in a JI directions.    In this j��t0.i.es-���  northern   country,   where   we spell  coal   g-o-l-d,    wood   smoke  should  anty  be   seen   issuing 'from   house  chimneys,    the stacks of industrial  concerns,      or     properly   protected  camp fires.  We have no timber to spare, but  each summer sees many acres of  our sparse forests destroyed by fires  which are the result of gross indifference So the welfare of t lie com-  inwuiiy at large.  We believe many of the fires are  caused by downright cussecliiess,  Such actions, should l>e frowned  taown.  There is a bush lire law and a few-  inflictions ��if the supreme penally  might have the effect of causing  others,to use r��ore care.  ffnilie  wet   over     head,    everything   was  "Rosy.'*  Messrs. Pilling, Cartmel,.Biasing  rind Patterson supplied the instrumental music, and the musical talent displayed by the vocalists was  simply -astonishing. Mr. -"Big  Moose'' sang very touchingly  "Tommy, Come'a Geta Youra  The eatables 'and-  drinkables were of the best and in  abundance.  On Tuesday morning all were astir at an early hour and a start was  made for  Glacier bay where, upon  arrival,    lunch   was served:    After  lunch   many of' the   party left for a  | climb up the glacier.'    Two of those  whose   did- not   desire to establish  their alpine abilities went in for   a  bath a short distance  from the boat  and   the "Big Moose"   stole   their  clothes. ' We   understand ��� that   on  his return home he found  considerable   delapitated    hen  fruit in each  pocket of bis coat,   which   reminds  us thai; "the way of the transgressor  is Hard." ���  Capt. Bragg and his officers and  crew did everything in their power  to entertain and make things com'-  fcrl^Hie fui" the party.  The   steamer   returned" to Atlin' i  about   S   p.m. Tuesday a  tired but  happy lot. t  Too much credit cannot be given  lo the A. IS.'s for their successful  excursion���but then you see they  are "A. B.A which accounts for  most anything in this-.world.     .-  ,-.-  Hats awd Dry Gs&ds,  Carpets and House Furnishiaigs.  LINK    Oh'    BOOTS    and    SHOKS, .'  also.' GOLD   SKAL   HIP   GUM ' BOOTS. .  rown & Co.  Successors  to J. H.  Atliis and  9  Discovery, B. C.  Richardson.  ATl.IN,   15.   0.'  SHELF AND  HEAVY"  HARDWARE,  - Tin and Granite Ware,  Miner's' and Blacksmiths' Supplies,  . Doors and Windows.  -   Furniture and kVSattress Factory.  Canadian .Pacific- Railway Company.  ALASKA    ROUTE   SAILINGS.  S. S. PRINCESS MAY,'       -,   .,��� July 24, August 4, 17, 2S1  S. S.. PRINCESS BEATRICE,   -   July 29,'August ii, '22.  ,    Sailing from Skagway 8 p.m.  Direct  to Vancouver  and Victoria. :  Transporting: 1)}-rail or steamer to Seattle'without extra charge.  No intermediate ealls.  \V��,sivo quick sevvien.  l'or rates  .0 intermediate mils.        ���   TT      T~)      T*\  or information apply to V LU..    ��7).     1JU-I1I1,  Aiient, Sltajrway.  A Ma.n Done Piece-meal.  tico, lattly a drunken  spectator who  'threw   ami. struck Silveric. Chico;a  In ;> few more  weeks  t:  season will have opened.  The- game is certainly a big- asset  io. every coramunity but if allowed  to- be sjaughteieJ for the market, as  ju the past, game in this camp will  soon be a tiring of pleasant memory  only.  We   have a big country here.and  i\n abundance of game,   but   each f  season   the  range is getting further  nway owing   to'- the great numbers       .       .    ,,_,  which are slaughtered a,Kl disposed \;   M �� b"lIfiRht ��L  ^"-B* Me*  of through public sale.  We  would  like  to, see the game jfamc>us . raflUl(lor>   with  a     iec.  of  tows  u>   this   icspect   fully  carried jiloll    pi,JC   ^,   flS   U]&  ,nUer ^  | lunged lor ward, hissword petieirat-  'ing the heart of an enraged animal  which was his sixth and last for the  day, was'literally torn to pieces by  the crowd lh.it had assembled to  witness the carnage. The spectator's head was hacked from his  body,, his heart taken out and stamped upon, and his 'trunk and limbs  cut and torn into small bits. The  pipe struck the matador on the hey d  and he fell insensible in front of the  death-stricken buli - which, ���'before it  fell over dead, succeeded in goring  him six times.  THE WHITE. PASS & YUKON ROUTE.  Through  Line  from   Skaguay  to  Atlin,   White  Horse,  Big-  Salmon,  Dawson and all intermediate points.  Finely appointed trains daily, except Sunday,  between  Skaguay   Caribou  and Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express-  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS:  No. 1.���North Hound, i  No. 2.���South Bound.  9.80 u.m. Lv.       SKAHUAY      A v.  4.30 p.m.  2.10 p.m. Lv.       CAKIIIOU       l.v. ll.f-U ii.m.  : . -4.:��) p.m. Ar, WHITI" HOK3E l.v. '.l.Mla.nr. '  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS:  ,.  Leave CAlllliUU 5 p.m. Tuesdays,      Arrive A1LIN U a.m. Wcdiie.sdn.vs.  "i p. in. Fridays, *" "        9 it. in. Saturdays!  Leave ATI.FN 5 ji. in. Moiiilny's. Arrive CAKIIIOU 1 a.m. Tuesdays.  -"> li. m. Thursdays. " " 7 u. m. Fridays.  1.10 pounds of lm'jy;r.~2 V'U ��>e Bi.OiliS'.l.Froo with each full tare ticket and 75  pounds  with each half fare tieUc-t.  Passengers must '.e at. depots in time- to have Hujrjfn-ie i.".;;:CC!f'' m"' e'leekcJ. _ .  Time Hc-hedules are ..tiliject to clnui^c without uuticc. "    '"  EX&-     Baggage   Bonded   Through.  '"    h*ov iiif��rmati��ii  reliitive- to  1'ass.eii^er,  I'veitflit,  Kxpress and   Telt'Riaph Kates  apply to ai.y.ajwiit ot. the Company or to ' - .      ���"�����  M..I. II. Vv II IT IS. G. l',i P. A.,' J. LI FSCOW1 BE",        li.l). PINNI-.O, Asm. G. V a P A  ' Agent- Atlin. Shayiuiy   Alaska.  Vunuiiiiver-. li. C.  cut.  The Reliable Shoemaker,  -   -   -    Discovery, 13. C.  Rubber Boots a Specialty.  .I   Have   Rc-opened  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED WJTH  THE, BEST   OF   GOODS  Premier McBridc has entered suit  jrgainst Ihe Vic'tori:i Times (or making; f.i'se s!'\lements.  Blini.sler Deleavesn vs. that France  needs -.in iiHiancc with Great Tlritain  i-.s- she-��� is. tlie lx.-st enstomer that  i'l'istit-e has.  A Berlin report states that Prance  iVrdinand Intends ta proclain-i him-  seli' king of Bulgaria .uul to begin a  war agasiisi Turkoy.-.  lin   IlAiiu    vhe    Freiidi-Gerj-jian  JSlw.iccp.u a'u-rien'ent is  regarded as i  it. iUp.'ionnitie viclory of great import-  ftitiet   o\'er   hoiii   i''raiiC'o and Great  Kritaiu. "  A new d?strilx:l:o-.i bill, which is  being introduced in the British  JiiO-u��e o-l'commons, '.vilLgive seven-  ieeu ad'ditional scats la lingland,  ionr to-. Sc-Tland   On the \Vati-i-rrout.  lien's Suiti Cleaned and Hepaired.  All Woi-lt Guaranteed.  Goods Culled for and .Delivered.  Csisli on Delivery.  Mrs.  M.   Fenn,    Proprietress.  Engineers and Surveyors.  .1. IT. UKOWXLKI*, P. L. S., I).' L.S.,  ^ .1. W.McKAltLANK C. K.'  Sas'si.  JfolsnstcKc,   Prop.  ������.-������liijc* Irc'land will lo.-,c: ;a seats.  \\ im:   u.1       .......       ��� ,   Word has been received at .New  Orleans that a negro deck hand on  the American trading schooner  Olytnpia killed everybody on the  vessei except or.e woman citid sciit-.  Sled the shipoiT the Hondtii-ascoast.  escaped   by  . DrSCOVJSRY, 73.  C-  A Strictly First-Class  Hotel.  Dini.ng-.Rotitirin cohheciib'n. ���  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor,.  .A. F...& A.M.  Ke^-ulnr eoiiiiiiuuicii-  tiniis iielii o;i .tlie lirsi  "i'liiii'Kliiy i>C eaeh month  i:i ���tin. A.. (). U.-W. Hall,  Third Striii t.  iri'n cordially invited.  anil cue to Wales, | The    woman    Iniallv  I     .       ..  j.swimming nshove.  Visit in  R. '.Whitfjelidl  -���   SHOICMAKIiR.  I Kava Re-Qjje:icd in r.-.y otel stane! en j  ,   .  .    FIKST ST., ATl.IN.)  I Have tin- llest'l.inivt of .Mj:irr>-' lloots. j  liiMuili'M.pi-iicaiHly uiuJ neatly <.-x.euutu'.l.  Johnson   &.   Durie,-  Proprietors.  Discovery.  i  Ol��J..\   DAY AND NIGHT.  l-IUST-CLASS RESTAURANT  .    .    ' '   , IN     ;:  ���CONNECTION.  lU-uditunr'ti-i's .'ui-  Dixon's stuae.    '  A  '\1  -   ��1  ���uainuuiuBtan  mmmm <r  '   ', ATLIN,    J3.  C'   SATURDAY,    JU.Y    22,    1905  ATLIN,   TRADING   COMPANY,  Ltd.,   atlin  Oiir Stores  in  both   Towns  are  now. fully'stocked   with   full       '    ."    Jines  in   Groceries   and   Dry  Goods.  A. T. Co., Ltd.  A. S. CROSS, President.  Name Changed.    ���  Willow Creek in 7'eslin District to be  Known in Futuro as Iron Creek.'  It is Willow creek  no   more, i>nl  cd and staked in the  Teslin district  aiid irom which the steamer   Quick  . which , ariived    yesterday,    brings  continued good reports.    The reason  of   the   change  irom  "Willow" to  ���    ''Iron'; is. thai.there .are aheady several Willow creeks in Yukon and to  apply  die  same   name, lo another,  .would be to cause confusion.     The  change  is   the suggestion of the recording"  officer;   R.  C. Miller. ���   W.  Mooreside   and   seven' other stam-  peders returned on the steamer yes-  . terday, ��� all   of  whom  have staked  claims.      Eleven   applications    for  grants   were made at the recording  office today. -.  Gold  lias been'found  on other creeks in the same locality,  , one of theii'i, Sydney creek,- looking  especially promising.-   A number of  prospects   amounting to 25 cents to  the   pan   were  brought in hy those  who returned.    It is said that   supplies   and   machinery can be taken  within   easy reach  of Iron creek by  steamer, going into Teslin hike and  up   the  Nisultin river to the mouth'  of Beaver creek.���Whitehorse Star.  ate of the Kquilab]--' Life Assurance  Association, rind also from the board  of control of Vale university, because of his connection wilh the  Equitable scandals,     [1 is intimated  Iron creek LI1.-1L Was lately discover-' that mi investigation may be ordered  News Notes of the, World.  ' It is-thought at Seattle that the  Pacific coast schooner Honolulu has  been lost. She is now 1:7 days out  from Shanghai, bound for Seattle. ���  Both parties in the Dominion  Commons are endeavoring to have  legislation passed increasing their  sessional indemnity from- % 1,500 to  $2,500.  The Victoria, Vancouver & Eastern   !'Ili^vay bill,    authorizing    the  construction of Ll;c ���rs"?<T. wliicl; :;: ::  . portege"of' J. J.'Hill','  passed   the  senate last week.  .By an explosion in a coal mine at  Cardiff Wales', hist week 144'men  and boys were entombed -aiid "fill  hope of recovering any of them alive  had been abandoned.  A report lias 'reached'-' Tangier  that the imperial forces have won a  great '.-victory over the Moorish' pretender near Ujda in the- northwest  of Morocco. The pretender escaped,  leaving 180 of his men dead on the  field of battle.  It is proposed to make Prince  Charles, of ��� Denmark, king of Norway. The suggestion has been enthusiastically received by the majority of Norwegians. In 1896  Prince Charles ..married Princess  Maud, the third daughter of King  Kdward.  In a mining town in Colorada  last week Arnold Lawson, son of  Thos. F. Lawson, finance writer of  Boston, was attacked by a Mexican'  with a knife. Gilbert Johnson, a  mining engineer, went to Lawson \s  assistance and was slabbed to death.  The Greaser was lynched by the  miners.  Senator Chauncy MV Denew will  be asked lo resign from the director-  by the U. S. senate.  Two American soldiers named  Sweeter and Raines have been arrested r.t Haines, Alaska, charged  with" having knocked a Swedish  fisherman' on the head and robbed  him ��� of $50. The fisherman was  badly ���hurt:. , The prisoners were  seen and identified by two men,(one  of whom is a judge. ' ���' ~   * ���  Dr. J. A. Varicle, deiitist of Dawson, will, during the coming winter,  make1 experiments in winter.travel  and exposure with a. view of .using  the, experience gained in a .contemplated'expedition to the North Pole.  He believes that wilh experienced  and hardened malamute dogs and  drivers he can make the'700 mile  trip from Greenland over the ice lo  Ihe pole and to Spitsbergen. ��� The  doctor is already selecting dogs for  experimental purposes;-.  New Arrivals.  The Atlin Market ���Co.,'Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,. also  POULTRY OF ALL.  KINDS,   Dressed to Order.  -���"-*������  ���^'1      mJ'.��'..iT�� rrj ^.^.n.-^-   C.    DOELKER     Manager.'  WELL  !T   ����   CO.  -SUCCItSSOKS  TO-  THOMAS   &���  BEN WELL,  sale  Wim   mi  Spirit  Merchants.  Vancouver, B. C,  P. O. Box 102.  ^HE  &.2*t>.9tP&l>  KOOTENAY  BAY  *��'.S'.*fc*��ie>.8 ****8^  Following - is  a- list of those who  have recently arrived per the Scotia:  July' "15��� P.. G.   Charles,* Miss  Wellman.    Mrs. ' R.   A.  Wellman,  Mrs.   H.   Alexander, Mr. and Mrs.  ���D-. S. Crumb; .G-. H. Carson,  P. G.  Anderson, Win. Anderson, R. Con-  ley, - Ed.   Rouayne,   R. Jaconemai,  C.    T.    Burnside.    July ��� 19���J.' A.  Anderson, W. J. Kidd,   A. McDon-  ough, J. Lowe,   Gust. Biieuneke, J.  McKendriek-    P.  A.   Armstead. E:  S.   Wilkinson,   J.   H.  Brownlee. S'.  Baxter, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carroll,  Mr. and Mrs. I). S. .Prescott,   R. S.  Waldie,'--M.-G'ray, !F. Coombs and  C. N. H. Hall.  THE  DINING-ROOM   IS CONDUCTED   ON  STRICTLY FIRST-  CLASS   PRINCIPLES.  \TT-IE   GOLD    HOUSE,'  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  j, C. H. Nissen, Prop.  F. B. Wrong, Mgr..  Hi-btiuii-aiit in Connection Under  Now niul Ciipnlilo Management.  DIXCW  BROTHERS,  Proprietors.  To the Public.  Pool    &  Freighting and teaming  Billiards,    Free.  j�� Horses and Rigs for Hire.  ��� Having- .sold ~out Yriy: business in  Ailin and Discovery, I desire to  thank all who have been my  patrons.  I bespeak 0:1 behalf of my successors, H. E. Brown & "'Co., "'"the same  patronage as. was extended me,  knowing that 'fair treatment and a  desire'to meet-.111 -demands will be  the aim of the new. (inn.  Yours.triil}-,  ���������������'.  j. PL Richardson.  TALLMIRE   &   EEMMETT,   Proprietors.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  ��������*���  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN    CONNECTION.  CIIOICLSI WINLS, LIOUOKS AND CIGAKS CASL GOODS A SPLCIAL1Y.  e  ic  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $10,000,000.  'ommerce.  ->yTOTICIi Is hereby (dven that sittiiif.'s of  tho Supremo' Court for the trial of  civil causes, mutters unci issues will bo held  ut tho Court. House, ut Atlin, ut ten o'clock  in the forenoon of Tuesiliiy, the '.eighth day  of AiiKlist,'18(15.  \      li. .1". TMAIN, ' ������[  District Ko^istrur Supreme Court.  vjl.S-4 , '   .  NOTICE.  N OTIC I'   Is heieby K'iven tluit the owners  of the "Muii-Uiiiou" louse on  Moulder Creek  will not he responsible foruiiydebts e.out.i acted by the lay men, for Inlior or supplies.  A.-S. CKOSS,  Atliii,'Jiiiitii!llth, IW.V       Mauufjiny Owner,  jl-l-lm  Keskkvi1,  Branches of the Bank at Jeattie,  $3,500,000.  San Francisco,  Portland,  c      *. .-* *. n   -  . Skag-way, etc.  ExchantQe sold on ail Points.  Gold Dust Pukciiasicd���Assay Oi-kick in Connection.  D. ROSS, Manager.  VANCOUVER' ENGINEERING WOR  VANCOUVER, B. C:  SPECIALISTS'  IN  p  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS, WATER    GATES,  RIFFLE"   EARS, STEEL , RIVETTED    PIPE,  HOISTS,       MINING    CAGES     And,    OKE     CARS.  MADE.TO   SPECIAL   DESIGN.  HIRSCHFELD,   Ajfent for Atlin  District. "'    A. ATLIN,   ..B.   C     SATURDV,    JULY  1905,  Wo   af-;   Sia^dt;z*arCer&   Csr  "^'ft  fh.  g��n  (IE IE  v<  ff"ff  ��&W*  a-.id  also . ,  and   Butter.  7\  L.  ���>  \.-j  ��&-  AN   SL  Branch   Store   on   SPRUCE   CREEK.  Local Events.  <���     Full line fishing tackle at Regan's.  New stock of Lowuey's Chocolates  at C. K- Bourne's.  The latest magazines and papers  are always on hand at Pillmau's.  McDonald's Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  Mr. D. G. Slewarl   has   gone   lo  Vancouver, where he will engage in  . business.  Mrs. F. Ii. Mob'.ey, of Discovery,  lias gone for an eight weeks visit to  coasi cities. t  Mrs. S. H. Plumbe left this week  on a visit to relatives in Ottawa and  other eastern cities.  ��� Mr. S. Baxter, inspector, of stationery boilers, is paying the town  and district an official visit.  Mrs. Peter's "bread���the best in  the camp���can be obtained at Pill-  juan's Atlin and Spruce Creek stores.  Mrs. N. C. Wheeling and baby  left on'Thursday for,a three months  visit lo .Mr. and Mrs.'-D. Gibb. of  Vancouver.  Ou Saturday last the Scotia landed 15 tons of merchandise, while on  her Wednesday trip she brought in  over 30 tons.  J. A. Anderson, Auditor-General  of B. C, is in town on a short visit  ���to his son, R. B., of the local government office staff.  Ask your friends in Atlin:  "Which hotel is the best in Skagway?" Their reply will be: "The  Fifth Avenue! "���That's all.      3  Large assortment graniteware at  Regan's.  Capt. and Mrs. Turnbull and son,  accompanied by the Misses Edwards, started .on Thursday's boat  for a trip to Chicago and vicinity.  Rev. W. J. Kidd arrived from  Ontario .01) Wednesday to relieve  Rev. E. Turkingtou, of the local  Presbyterian .church. The latter  will leave next week for eastern  Canada.  By the report of the department  of education to hand we learn that  Miss Ethel L. Pillman and Miss  Jennie C. McDonald have both passed in their recent High school entrance examination. As this is the  first time that Atlin pupils have  written for this examination, the  success of our two candidates will  be much appreciated by our local  teacher and all interested in school  matters.  T THE CLOSE OF ANOTHER FINANCIAL YEAR- WE  A again thank our numerous customers for their continued support.  We Have endeavored lo keep our'stock clean and up-to-date and you  have shown your appreciation by your continuous patronage.  In going over our slock'we have found a few lines that have been  slow sellers and, in order to clean those out and make room for more  saleable goods, we have determined'��� to offer'them at prices that will  ensure a clearing. You want these goods���We want your money. ' Come  early and   get   first  choice.       ��� '  Yours  for  fair treatment,  Wall Paper���10 cents a roll al E.  L. Pillman & Co's.  Several new designs ol Atlin view  postals nt C. R. Bourne's.  On Thursday the thermometer at  the government office registered 77  above.���Quite warm.  The Fifth Avenue Hotel, of  Skagway, is noted for its good  beds, .commodious and elegantly  furnished rooms, and all around  oeneral excellence. 3  Wm. Brown, C. Ti., arrived fiom  Juneau on Wednesday's boat, having gone over the Atlin-Juneau  route. Mr. Brown has nothing to  say until his report is sent in to the  government.  On .Monday last ( a number of  young ladles left town for Taku,  where they intend camping for- a  week or so. The party included  the Misses Carrie and Josie Doelker,  Jennie McDonald, .Ethel Pillman,  Maud .Haslett and Nellie Stables.   ,  Large assortment window shades,  curtain poies and iixturesat Regan's.  Ti-ik Tuknbull Laundry.-During the temporary absence of Mrs.  Turnbull from Atlin' the Turnbull  Laundry will be conducted by'Mrs.  M. M. Whitley (formerly of Spruce  Creek) who will have full charge of  the business until the-- Tnrnbulls  return.' -'-���".*     1  O  Church   Notices. .  Cliuruli ol liiigluml: St. Martin's Church  Siiii.-liiv services: Matins at 11 a.m.: Iiven-  soiijr, 7:3U p. in. Celebration of Holy Communion, l.-t Siimlu.v In each mouth and on  special occasions. Sunday School: Sunday,  al. :t p. in. Committed Meetings. 1st Thursday  each month,     liov. K. L. Stephenson, rector.  St. Andrew's l'resliytcriuii Church hold  services in tho Church on Second Street  Morning service ut. 11; evening service, IM-  Sunday .School at the close of the moriiiiiK  service.   Rev. li.Tiirlunjiton, minister.  WANTED-  ON Or about Aupust 1st a First Class  Blr.cksir.'th for Drotlsc Construction.  Address: Western liiifrineeriiijjr A Construe  tion Co., Atlin, H. C. 2i  Lost.  IN ATl.IN, between Atlin and Discovery  or in Discovery, on July 11th, a Nupiiet.  Bracelet���n keepsake. Reward of $5.00 will  be paid if returned to "The Atlin Claim"  olfice. jl-2  ri"*ll*NJ)KR.S Will bo received by the iindor-  --*- signed for tho purchase of Three lly-  (Ii-aulio Leases situate between Rose Crook  mid the Hlue Canyon on Spruce Crook.  The leases have been issued and the rents  have boon paid to dale, l-'urtlier particulars  will bo tfiven on application. Title tfiiar-  a ii toed.  All tenders must be in writing and not  later than 251 h July.  All or any tender may be refused.  E. M. N. WOODS,  jl.8-3 Solicitor for Vendors.  YOU  Only need to Inspect my Stock of Groceries  and   Provisions  to  know  that  they  are  the BEST ' ���  and  that  the   PRICES   are   right.    -    -   r    -    -    r  a��  John li. Stetson and other makes of Cowboy Hals at cost.  A splendid line of Boys and Girls Footwear at $1.50 and p per pair.  Fancy Colored Shirts, stiff and soft bosoms, at #1.00 each.  Clarks Chicken Soup at #1.15 per half dozen tins.  333 Hastings Street,  Vancouver, B. G  1  Mail Oiders promptly attended to.,,  Self-Measurement Blanks and Samples sent on application  ATLIN, B. C.  .,   LTD.  Our.,Saw.;Mill .'is again in operation '  < '   And We are Prepared  To Fill all. Orders. For.      -"-  Dimension Timber, ^  Rough and. Dressed Lumber,  Shiplap, Beaded, Grooved, Etc., Etc.  Vtr/E   ARK-  HE1TE11   PREPARED   TO  Take Care ol Lui-ro Orders on  Vg       vara a,       wtru.**      an..**-       -   ���������",  Thau Any House This Side of Seattle". ���    Perishables <i Specialty.  AGBOT'S' -  -���        ���  Rose of Ellensburg Butter Prepared Stock of Canned Goods  Chase & Sanborn's Coffee        Blue Ribbon Tea '  Standard Oil Co. ��I5*-Satisfaction Guaranteed  o<s<s=  - .= SZZGwjnjr, ALASKA.  irroein nrewin  ATLIN, B. C.  Brewers .of L&sf&r Beer and P^rtm*  SMALL' AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  42>  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  ... THE CLAIM OFFICE.  ^ShkWM.h halp way 1101/sr  THE  \LV-  Mouse  is 11 haven for all  travellers. Thoinor.Is  are friiO-iniDini;- ami  the liriiuei's in the  liar as refi-eivliin^' as  tho dew of the early  moi-in'ii-;. An ideal  summer nnd winter  re-sort.  TAMES  CLARK,  I'KOMUETOK.  \\  1  I  I  SERB'A


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