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 .. .��.* UAW.-'awi ui. GtSi* W*j*.*<*v-rf.l A*UfVJ*fc-V'et  A  VOL.   15.  ATLIN,   13. C,   SATURDAY,    JULY    ai,   .906.  N'.  '367  TELEGRAPHIC.  KING EDWARD  .   NOT COMING.  Canadian  Won   Secretary of  War Match at Bisley.  LADY   CURZON   DEAD   IN   LONDON.  Estimates as to Amount of Fortune  Left by Late Alfred Beits..  Town of Stratheona Will be Side  Tracked���Senator Templeman  Gets Additional Work -- Ex-  Chief of Police Stewart Dead  ��� ..--Russian ..Confusion--A Youth  Shanghaied���Building Trades  Threaten to Strike.  [Sl'KCIAn, TO TUB  OLAIM.]  Ottawa,. July tg.���Governor General Lord Grey received a cable today from Lord Elgin, saying: "The  King feels unable at present to eu-  tertain the idea of a -journey to  Canada."    ,    ���'  Bisley, Eng., July 19.���Sergeant  Bayles, of Toronto, today won the  first prize" in tbe'Secretary' of War  competition. At the six hundred  yard range the Canadian put in the  full possible.  London, July 19.���Lady Curzon,  wife of the former Viceroy of India,  died here yesterday evening. She  was formerly Miss Mary Leiter,  daughter of Levi F. Leiter, multimillionaire of Chicago. Lady Curzon had for some years been suffering from heart trouble.  Paris, July 19.���The French consul in Salvador has communicated a  note confirming the death of General Regaldo, who was the leader of  the revolutionary forces which'recently invaded Guatemala, and also  stated that peace is on the point of  being arranged with the assistance  of President Roosevelt.  London, July 19.���Albert Beits,  the South African financier, died in  this city yesterday. Estimates  ranging from $125,000,000 to $625,-  000,000 have been published as  to the fortune left by Mr. Beits, but  it will probably be found when the  terms of his will are given out that  the amount of his fortune does not  exceed $50,000,000.  Ottawa, July 19.���The official  announcement will be made in a  few clays that the Grand Trunk  Pacific railway will cross the Saskatchewan river at Clover Bar and  enter Edmonton, in this way giving  the town of Stratheona the go-by.  Toronto, July 19.���Senator Edwards has been elected as a director  of the Canadian Bank of Commerce  to fill the vacancy caused by the  death of W. B. Hamilton.  Ottawa, July,19.���Senator Templeman has today assumed the control of the Geological Department  in addition to his duties as Minister  of   Inland   Revenue,   an   order-in-  council   having   been   passed trans-  luring iliat department lo him.  Vancouver, Ii. C, July 19.���Ex-  Chief of Police John Stewart died  here an Monday last. He was Vancouver's first chief of police and,  subsequent to quitting that office  several years ago, he operated in'  the Yukon goldfields for some time.  The Norwegian steamer Themis  sailed from this port yesterday for  Skagway with , a large cargo, of  freight and live slock for Alaskan,  British Columbia and Yukon points.  St. Petersburg, July 19.���The  Russian political barometer is again  falling. Complete confusion ha?  taken possession of the ��� upper  spheres since the efforts for a coalition of the ministry have failed and,  coupled with the alarming reports  horn the interior and the attitude ol  parliament, it makes almost anything possible. 'It is learned today  that Emperor Nicholas has requested the members of the'Goremkyn  cabinet to'retain their posts.  Vancouver, .B. C, July 19.���Jas.  Chisholm, the fifteen year old son  of the caretaker of the Vancouver  post office, and who was shanghaied  at Victoria on Saturday last, was  found on board the ship. Pass of  Leny in the Royal roads today.  The aiTair'is now being investigated  by the authorities.  The Vancouver real estate men  are howling for the establishment in  this city of a provincial laud  office.  C. R. Harris, a young Australian  in"this city, has been sentenced to  two years in the penitentiary for  passing bogus checks.  Justice Morrison issued an order  today discontinuing the action  against Dr. Carroll in connection  with ihe Capilano water works  squabble.  New York, July 19.���An ultimatum, embodying the threat of an  order' for a general strike among  fifty thousand members of the different building trades, was delivered  yesterday by the Associated Building Trades to the employers of the  city.  GEXKRAI,  NEWS.  At Bisley last week the Canadian  team won the Kolapore cup with a  score of 729.  Last week the Czar offered the  Russian premiership to Dmitri Ship-  off, but he promptly declined.  Arrowhead, B. C, had a $50 000  fire on the 12th hist., and. the town  of Rossland had a $30,000 blaze on  the 15II1.  At Vancouver last week Desire  Brolhier was committed for trial on  a charge ol having forged a doctor's  certificate.  The total number of deaths caused  by accidents in the U. S. on July  4th were 51, as follows: By fireworks, 22; by cannon, 1; by firearms, 11; by explosives, 7; by toy  pistols, 4; by runaways, r, and by  drowning, 5. The number of injured was 2,789, being 35S in excess  of last year's.figures.  A despatch to the state depait-  ment at Washington on the 14t.l1  inst.   stated   that   the  Guatemalan  troops had,met the army of Salvador  mid defeated it. The latter were in  full retreat into Honduras with ihe  Guatemalans in pursuit. The U.S.  gunboat Marblehead' has been ordered to proceed to the coast of Salvador lo protect American interests.  ���At Sc-bastopol last week Admiral  Choukin, commander of' the Black  sea fleet, was shot from ambush  while walking in his garden. Choukin was the officer who ordered the  execution of Lieut'. Schmidt, leader  of the mutiny aiid the revolutionary  movement-there in March last. An  attempt was made ou Choukin's life  in February by a woman who was  arrested at the time and the admiral  ordered that she be dispatched at  once and the order was obeyed, she  being shot to death in the admiral's  yard. For these acts he had become the most cordially hated man  in the navy and had long been on  the list of the condemned.  The Law Courts.  Pine Cieek Flume Co., Ltd., vs.  Pine Greek Power Co., Ltd., et al.  The following is a synopsis of the  injunction granted herein by the  Supreme Court on June 2Sth: "An  injunction is granted restraining the  defendant companies from further  proceeding with erection of dam at  Surprise lake, and from in any way  interfering with the natural flow of  water from Surprise lake into Pine  creek, or otherwise interfering with  the use of the water flowing from  Surprise lake into Piue creek by the  plaintiff company."  To us the order granted herein is  both funny and foolish and of which  no good can come. We do not like  to see our courts being led into such  grave errors as this and at the same  time being made public laughing  stock.  Mining Notes.  The Spruce creek steam shovel,  under the joint management of  Messrs. Fetherstonhangh and Warren, has been doing wonderful execution on the gravel this week and  they anticipate a big clean-up very  shortly. With the addition of a  second skip, providing water will  allow it, they expect to obtain very  handsome results. We understand  that the company is bringing in two  shovel-men from below;, in the  meantime the Atlin Consolidated  Mining Company had kindly lent  two shovel-men.  The work accomplished by Messrs. Carmichael and associates ou  Otter creek speaks very well for the  judgment and energy of these men.  Piping was commenced on the 21st  May, the water being alternated between the upper and lower pits, and  at the present time the company  has a fair supply of water, at a 1S0  foot head, 1 which is being used  through a four inch monitor. Up  10 the present time 20,000 cubic  yards have been handled from the  upper pit, and a cut 130 feet long  by 30 feet wide, and with a diift of  250 feet at the back, has been moved  from the lower pit. Pieces going as  high as eight ounces having been  picked up on bedrock promises well  for the fall clean-up.   '  Quartz   Development  On the British Columbia Side in  the Windy Arm District��=Work  Progressing Steadily.  . Last October Mr. W. Fleet Robertson, the provincial mineralogist,  reported on the Windy'Arm district  and gave ther'opinioh that the British Columbia side of the inter-provincial line would ultimately turn  out to be the richer. Since that  time a lot of prospecting and development work has been carried oa  over the belt of country entendii.g  from Toochi lake to the footr of the  lake south of Golden Gate. From  what we can gather from prospectors, from mining men who have  examined many of these propositions, and from the assays, we believe that we have in our distiict  one of the richest mineral belts in  the province.  ' Dale and Johnson are working'on  their claims near the western end of ���  Toochi lake and, from  the showing  made, they'will no doubt be as successful in   placing their property'as  Mr. Dale has'already been with two  other  propositions.    Mr. Dale, who  is a prospector  of   experience   and  was ,-one  of the first locators in the ;  Windy Arm district, expresses himself ^in a very enthusiastic   manlier ' ,^ ���.  in regard to the future of this coim-   '  try..   He has not made a   failure of  anything   he   has   tackled   in  the  Windy Arm camp, and when a man  makes  good  we believe his opinion  is worth listening to.  Messrs. Sweet, Berger and Fleming, of Spruce creek, have been  working in the district since early  in March, opening up their properties on Taku Arm and Toochi, and  they are to be congratulated on the  magnificent showing they have  made. We took a trip to the Windy  Arm district last week and while  there met these gentlemen. They  brought in with them average samples of their, Toochi mine. There is  no doubt but that their property is  the best in that district. The assay  runs high; there is a large body of  the ore well situated ou the lake for  shipment; two tunnels have been  run in. and development work is  being pushed. When it became  known how good their results were  two or three parties set out immediately to stake extensions on the lead.  There have been rumors lately  that work was to be shut down in  the Windy Arm district, but af'.'jr a  careful investigation we can assure  our readers that there is no foundation for these stories. New properties are being opened up; ' the  work is progressing steadily and  while it may seem slow to some, yet  it should be remembered that the  opening up of quartz mines takes a  lot of money and time. The mousy  is being expended judiciously, and  the progress made is as rapid as is  consistent with careful'management  aud with a view to the ecoiirmi-.'A  and successful nianageiiieus A uie  future. ATI, IN,    B.  SATURDAY,    JULY    21,    '906  The Atlin Claim.  TI1H A'S'l.lN CLAIM is pununvtno cucnv ��iktuhoa.y  MOHNINC.       MAILED    DICE    TO    ANV     PART   or  TH C  womn  ron  no   ctnt��   pen month :   te.oo   f��r.n  vcah.     AOVcnTtsiNo'iATrfi: ���i.aoPEn inch each  ���NSCIITION ;   HCftOIMC  NOTICCn.'lSC.  CCNTC  A   LI M C.  r.rrciAi.  iiatcr   on   application.  -�������.-  JOI'. I'UINTINU :  ILL'HCADr., POBTCns. VISITING    CAOOP  LfTTCn-HCADS. PnOGHAMMCG,       ETC.,   CTC.  ORDCns   PROMPTLY    EXCCUTCO.  PHICEU    MODEHATC.  The Atmn Cr..\iM Puur.isiiiNO Co., Ltd.  W.   PoLi.Aiii).    Ghast.     Udi'l-oh-Man-aohi:.  ridiculed and one feels drawn into a  world of miracle and enchantment.  These,physical phcuomenas are considered by Kasterii philosophers as  purile manifestations useful.enough  for service in this world. The mining editor is prepared to give anther  particulars on the occult art, but  warns would-be occultists that absolute chastity of mind and body is an  essential factor���this may possibly  be harder than paying the freight  rates.'  Useful and ���Ornantenta! (Seed  Chief   ot   Teslin   Indians  SUB-RlvCORDHR FOR  WINDY ARM DISTRICT.  There are a'large number of prospectors in the Windy Arm district  on the British Columbia side and  many records and transfers are  being made. '���      '  Great inconvenience was-caused  the prospectors from the fact that,  in order' to record their claims, a  tiip to Atlin was necessary.' There  is not enough business to justify the  appointment of a permanent official,  but in order to meet the requirements of the prospectors a temporary appointment has been made.  The matter was laid before the  department by Dr. Young, M.P.P.,  who recommended the appointment  of Mr. Geoffery Butler, purser of  the Gleaner. .This appointment is  for the summer and will cover, the  prospecting season. The Gleaner  will be at Wynton twice a week,  when Mr. Butler will accept all  records or transfers.     *    .���     ::  As the district develops and circumstances warrant it a permanent  official will be stationed at Wynton.  Billy Johns'-Son, a sub-chief of  the Teslin band ol Taku Indians,  wishes to, announce lo his friends  and the world at large that, in consequence of the death of the head  chief of this band, he has assumed  the name and office of the deceased  and desires to be henceforth known  as Kow'h-Kita, the head chief,  with headquarters at Teslin lake.  WHY SESl)  OUT  WHl'.N   YOU CAN GUT OOIIIIS  AR Cl'ICAl' HKIll'?      ,  Atlin, Nugget and Grape Rings and all kinds of Jewelry maim  factored on tin; prrini-cs. .  Ifino New Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry uml Diamonds  Watches from $f>.0(l up. Agents for Columbia (JrnnioplioiM's. *  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  JULES EGGERT & SON,' atlin am- imscovi-rv,  safety Deposit vaults.      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jcwclrs.  They   are   Waiting   for   Youl  IN  NOTICE.  NOTICI* Ts hereby Riven that the owners  of tho "Moii-Uiiion" lense on Boulder Creek  will not he responsible for imy debts- contracted by the lay men, for labor or supplies.  A.S.CROSS,  Atlin, J uly ltt,h, 19015. Managing Owner.  jl-21-:'*i;m  Bargains  CLO X IliNClj   Hats and Dry Goods,  Carpets and House Furnishings.  KUIX   IJNK   OV'   1>00TS   asu    .SHOWS,  also    GOLD   SKA!',    HIP CUM    HOOTS: ,  II. E. Brown & Co..  ? 1 *  Atlin and  Discovery, B. C.  Successors to J. H. Richardson.  NOTICE.  Cabin   For  Sale.  Any person desiring a neat, well appointed  and comfortable cabin, situated on the bank  of Pine Creek, just above the "Half-Way"  House, may procure same and contribute to  the support of St. Andrew's Hospital' by  applying to J. X7. I'KASEK, Govt. Agent.-  occur/nsM.  Our  mining  editor   has fur some  time passed   been  stiuc-glino-   with  the knotted problem of freight rates  on ore out of Atlin.    There  is   110  doubt that a refractory ore mine in  the Atlin district would have to  be  a physical phenomena to pay under  the present conditions.    Happily for  us our mining editor, who is a person  of wide-world  knowledge and  travel���although  the remainder of  the staff do not vouch for his sanity  or   savoir  faire, has suggested that  through a more intimate knowledge  . of   occultism,   or   occult   art,    the  freight   problem   might   easily   be  solved.    Through this occult art  a  block of marble has been  conveyed  in   an instant from Bombay to Calcutta, and  letters  have   been   sent  with a rapidity which would render  the telegraph obsolete.    Then, why  not apply this  method to the shipment   of   Atlin  ore?    The mining  editor, for further information, gives  us .these particulars, that through ;a  maslery over the subtule  chemistry  .of   Nature   elements  can  be taken  from the atmosphere and  combined  or  moulded  into any visible object  by the synthesis of invisible atoms,  and also solid substances  can be resolved  into  the most minute molecules, and these molecules   can   be  wafted  on  an occult current to any  distance   and   there  re-united into  their original form.    As a matter of  course  this theory, suddenly introduced to the prosaic intelligence, is  staggei ir.v; and is possibly apt to be J  NOTICE.  <^t IXTY Days after dato we intend to apply  ^-' to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works, Victoria, B. C, for permission to  purchase the following land situate on  Windy Arm, Bennett Division, Cassiar District, commencing at a post on North West  corner of Lot 72, thence 40 chains West along  North Houndary line, 60th parallel latitude,  ilienee 20 chains South, thence liast 40 chains,  thence 20 chains North along AVest boundary  of Lot 72 to place of commencement, containing 80 acres more or less. i  Located May 10th, 190(i.  W. A. ANDI'KSON,  JlyiS CHARM'S PUGSLKY.  THE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE.  Through   Line   from   Skaguay  to   Atlin,   White   Horse,   Big  Salmon,  Dawson and all intermediate points.  Finely  appointed trains dailya except Sunday, between Skaguay, Cariboo  and  Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express.1  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS:  No. 1.���North Bound. |  No. 2.���South lioniul.  a.'.lOu.iii. Lv.       SKAGUAY'  Ar.  4.S0p.m.  2.10 p.m. Lv.       CARIUOU      l.v.ll.."i0a.m.  4.30 p.m. Ar. WHITE HOl'Sli Lv. 9. SO a.m.   -  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS".  ' Leave CARIUOU ."> p.m. Mondays,       Arrive A'J'LTN 9 a.m. Tuesdays.  " " !> p. in. Thursdays, " "        9 a. m. Friduys.  Leave ATLIN S p. m. Tuesdays,  '        Arrive CAUIBOU 1 a. m. Wednesdays.  " *'  ,    5 p. in. Fridays, " " 7 a. in. Saturdays.  150 pounds of baggage will be checked free with ench full fare ticket and 15 pounds  with each half fare ticket. .  .  , Passengers must be at. depots in time to have Uaggnge inspected and checked.  Time Schedules arc subject to change without notice.   .  .'jfW    Baggage   Bonded   Through.  For  information  relative to  Passenger,  Freight,  Express and  Telegraph   Rates,  apply to any assent of the Company or to -    '  A. L. 11KRDOK,  Gen. Mgr'.,   ���"       J.  LIPSCOMBE,      ' J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,  Vancouver, H. C, and Agent,  Atlin. Vancouver, B.C., and  Sknguuy, Alaska. Skaguay, Alaska.  ���M  kSO��x  M&  Certificates  of Improvements.  Sunrise and Sunset Mineral Claims.  Situate in the Atlin Mining Division, Cassiar  District.     Where. Located:���On   Indian  Creek, near Fourth of July Creek.  rpAh'li Notice that I, Edward S. Wilkinson,  ���as agent  for  Louise l.eontinn Graham,  Krec   Miner's   Certificate    No.  nl,(SI3,  and  Alexander McDonald,  free Miner's  Certificate  No. iitH.OO'.t,  intend, sixty days from the'  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for   Certificates, of   Improvements   for the  purpose of obtaining Crown Grunts of tho  above claim?.  And further take notice that, nation, under  section :i7.  must be commenced  before  tho  issuance   of  such   Certificates of  Improvements.  Dated this, 2(ith day or.)imp, liKJi-,.  ICnwAiu) S. Wilkinson, P.L..S.  sS Agent.  s  THE   GOLD    HOUSE,  .;    DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  C. H. N1SSEN,  Proprietor.  ���*  Restaurant in Connection Under  New and Capable Management.  ��� ����������������� ���Kg>Og>�� ���������������������.  ^  >-*-���-$>  "COMIV.NTKS ACT. 1Mi7."  "]\J"OTJCli   IS   III" It lilt V Given  that   Tado  -*-?_    Olmlslti, of Atlin, in this Province of  lli-itlsli Columbia, has been  appointed   the  new attorney for the Soclete Miulcredola  Coloiiihir;    llritanniiiue   in   place   of   Henri  Muluiit.  Dated I his 22nd ilny of Juno, A.ll.'lflOti.  S. Y. WOOTTON.  al Hygistrar of Joint .Stock Companies  9  Everybody   Should  Advertise   the   District  When   Writing   to   Friends  By   Using  7-VIEW OF ATLIN"  Writing Paper,  4t  �����  ���-���-���:4^��-*-* ^���"���-4-��-*-4  ATLINTO LODGE  A. F. <fc A. M.  No. 12, G. R. II. C.  Regular  communications held on  the,  iirst  Thursday of each month  "<S     A        ii' tho A. O. U. W. Hall,  .   ^ Third Street.  A isiting brothrcn cordially invited.  HOT BATHS  Can be Had at   On the Waterfront.  Men's Suits Cleaned and Repaired.  All Work Giiarunteod.  Goods Called for and Delivered.  Cash on Delivery.  MrS.   M.   Fenn,   Proprietress.  The Object- of  it  il  ls to advertise and promote  the   interests   of the  ATLIN DISTRICT!  e5*       t2*       c^*  Are  You  'WPMKKHM*&WM*tWP^ *JWJMW**&*MmWO&^^  mm  w/smmmmm 5  0/  ATLIN,   E. C,   SATURDAY, JULY, 21,   1906  NOTHING   LEFT   TO   EXPOSE.  Pity a poor young scribe.  "What is there It-It. to expose?  .  The world of gra't lias lxien shown  fore and aft,  There's little that nobody knows.  Insurance was exposed by Lawsoii,  Tiie system by Ida Tarbell;  Dave   Phillips   has  shown , up   the  senate,  And John O. w-is cnkiuincd well.  Uay-Bakev  has exposed   the   railroads,  I-Jnpgood  the sanve colonel and  fads,  The   Ladies'    Home   journal   and  Collier's  Have denounced all patent incd.  ads.  The Shame of the Cities is written,  Likewise the Disgrace of a,State;  Oil,   copper,   the   courts   and   the  lawyers���  They all get it sooner or late.  Pity a poor young scribe,  Think of the editor's woes,  The rich and the proud to the dust  , have been' bowed,  Who is there left to expose?  ���New York Press.  All-Canadian Route.!  As   Others   See  the   Yukon.  The  leader  of the opposition in  the Canadian House of Commons,  Hon. R. L. Borden, called attention  to the comparatively small  amount  that   has   been .collected in Yukon  gold royalties since the discovery of  the Klondike gold fields   10   years  ago.    The output of gold had been  $114,000,000,   and   if royalty had  been  paid on all this it would have  yielded seven millions in revenue to  ���the'Dominion.'   The returns,   however,   showed  actual collections of  r$2,250,000.   ' A   new   source     of  wealth   had  been discovered in the  Yukon,   greater  perhaps  than   the  original   discovery.     It   has   been  found   that   the   gravel   of White  Channel   carries   gold   in    paying  quantities  and  can be successfully!  mined by the cyanide process.   Thej  gold   output   of May creek  up to  June 16th this year is over $i,ogo,-j  000, which is double  that   of   last;  year to that date.    High water has  been   a   serious cfeeck to working, \  creek traffic having been almost en  tirely   suspended   for - two   weeks  The  Yukon was the highest it has  been  since  1898.    The high water  mark  was reached on June 15, but  later began to recede.���Ottawa cor-  aespondent to  the Chicago Alining  World.  Yukon  Police  Will  Blaze Trail With  A-Min as Western Terminus.  The Whitehoise Star of the 13th  inst. stated as lollows: Major K. A.  Snyder is authority for the statement  that the police of Yukon will aid in  the work of blazing a route to be  followed by the Peace river and "Yukon trail, work on which is now in  progress on the further'end. , Inspector McDonell,of the Whitehorse  post and division, accompanied by  three men, will leave in a few days'  for Atlin, from which place they  will select and blaze1 a trail as far  south and east as McDame creek,  which place the trail builders from  the other end are expected to reach  this fall, and where it is expected  they will go into camp for the winters Next spring work' will be resumed along the route selected by  Inspector McDonell, Atliii' to be the  western terminus. The Whitehorse  party will return this fall, probably  about the first of November. The  Peace River-Yukon trail has been  in contemplation for several years,  in fact, considerable work was done  on it and a number of bridges were  constructed as far back as 1897, the  object being to have an all-Canadian'  route to the Yukon. At that time  the intention was to build it to the  head of navigation on the Pelly  river. This idea was later abandoned and the trail will come to Atlin..  Ignorance   of the   Bible.  ���"What is the meaning of the word  liaster?" said John Drew at a club.  No one could answer the question and Mr. Drew, with a frown,  went on:  "Nobody reads the Bible now.  The public's ignorance of the Bible  and of Biblical things is amazing.  A Biblical allusion is nowadays as  unintelligible as a Greek allusion.  "Not long ago at a dinner I got  into a Biblical- argument. When  the argument was over a young  Jady said:  " 'I enjoyed that discussion splendidly. But, you know, I always  thought that Sodom and Gomorrah  were man and wife!'  ' 'Another young lady commented:  " 'Oh, well, I suppose they ought  to have been if they were not.' "���  Detroit Free Press;  You cannot climb the heavenly  iladder on stilts of dignity.  Synopsis of  Canadian Homestead   Regulations.  A NY available Dominion Lands within  -jCjL. the Railway Belt in British Columbia,  may be homesteailed by any person who is  the sole head of ft family, or any male over IS  years of ape, to the extent of one-tiuui-ter  section of 1U0 acres more or less.  Entry must be made personally at the local  land office for the district in which the land  is situate.  The homesteader is required'to perform  the conditions connected therewith under  one of the following plans:  (1) At least six months' residence upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if Hie father is  deceased) of the homesteader resides upon a  farm in the vicinity of the land entered for,  the re<tuircmeiits as t�� residence may be  safcistfied by such person residing with the  father or mother.  (3) It the settler has Ins permanent residence upon farming: land owned.by him in  the vicinity af his lramesteticL, the requirements lis to residence may be satisfied by  residence upon the said land.  Six months' notice in writing should be  tfiventotheOommissioner of Dominion Lands  at Ottawa, of intention to apply for patent.  Coal Hand* may be purchased at ��10 per aero,  for soft coal and $20for anthracite. Not more  than 820 acres can be acquired by one individual or company, lioyalty ut the rate of  ten cents per ton of ��,000 pounds shall be collected on the ufoee output.  W.W.CORY.  Henirtv<df the Minister <o>f the Interior.  N.T1.���Unauthorized puhlioirtion of this advertisement will not be paid Tor. jy21-6m  Pine tree Rote  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. Hinchclifle,  furnishes the best meal in town.  Hampton   6V  Durie, Proprietors.  get mt  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  ' IN  CONNECTION,  lieuduuurters  for Dixon's state.  WE   MEAN   @W  Monthly Price List  and   our  CASH PRICES!  -Strange We never tbotight of it before!!  Our JULY Price List is Now Ready?  OUR Printed Prioe List just seems to fill a long felt need, as, wfa-ea  our patrons receive it on the first of the nramth they know exactly  what goods will cost them during the month, ai*d it is .a great assistance  in making" up an order.  We have a large Stock of Goods now >on -tlie way in  and we will place them in the Store at Lowest Possible  Prices, FOR CASH, in Case Lots.  You are always sure of the ' Best  Quality of (Goods at the  A. T.' COMPANY'S  STORES.  Goods  delivered  promptly on the  Creeks -and  in  Town.  - If   you. are  not  already  a customer  it  will   pay you  to  give  us a trial -.order.  ffir*    .  Q0F*       80^*       W^       "%��?*       t2&       g^f  m xxwm co.  LIMITED.  The Atlin- Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,  also  POULTRY  OF ALL. KINDS,  Dressed to Order.  C.   DOELKER    Manager.  V^A^-*>^/^^**-t^^^VV^>'^>A^VV^^^Oyw><^^VVV>^<VVV,*<^V<,**^^V>��i>V'��^^  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and SatisfecfexrBy.  . . . THE CLAIM OFFICE.  The  Canadian   Bank  of   Commerce.  CAPITAL   PAID    UP   $io,ooo,.ooo.  Reserve, $4,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at oeattie,  San Fraaaclsoo,  POF'tAwtKl,  Skagway, etie.  Exchange sold on all Points.  /Gold Dust Purchased���Assay Office >in Cohni-jom-on.  J. A. SMITH, Manager. --^y  ATUK,    B.   C,    SATURDAY, , JULY    ax,    r9o<5  Local h.vents-  Alliu photos mid souvevjr postals  81 C. U. Bourne's. "'  Tlie latest ���luagiixines iwd- papers  arc always on hand at Pillnian's.  McDonald's G:'oc;ci:y makes a  spix-iiii'ty ol* fr��sh cjjjrs "iuiiI butter.  Mr. Fred .Mcl.ennryi, collector of  -.'usloius at Wliildiorse, was ii; town  Tuesday on a pleasun* trip.  ,\V. Shaw, port- steward' of the  Urilish Yukon N:\vit;r.ui'on Co.., was  a visitor to Atlin yesterday.  Mr. O. T. Swilzer left oa.Friday's  boat lo complete the sale of the  Spruce creek dredge to a. company  at Dawson.. . -   .*  No  Failures  Margaret,  the young claugihleu of  Mr. D. Ii- McDonald, arrived home  Friday from- an extended visit with  relatives in San Francisco..  Horace Fraser, son of the- Gold  Commissioner, and. who has been,  attending college- at Toronto, re-  lurned home on yesterday's boat.  Mr. F). S. Busby, inspeqtoi; of customs for British Columbia aud th:?  Yukon, accompanied by his soi-j,  paid Atlin an- official'visit this week.  Ii.- Gilchen, superintendent of  Yukon telegraphs,. Whitehorse, and  Judge Taylor, also, of Whitehorse.,.  were in town lor- ai few Uoues. on  Sunday.  On Tuesday \V. Smith- re-lauuched  his steamer Atlinto, to which he has.  added   15  feet in length besides lie-  arranging the engines,, pilot house,  cabin, etc.    She looks much better.  Miss Smith-,, who has had charge  of the Discovery school, for. the past  three years, and' who had recently  resigned her position, left on Tuesday's boat for a visit tehee home in  Ontario.  Never lose sight of the fact that  . X keep on hand at both my Atlin  and Discovery stores complete stocks  of heavy and ��� shelf hardware and  that all orders, whether large or  small, are attended to.���J.T.Regan  The Womens" Auxiliary will hold  a bazaar in tha Presbyterian church  on Thursday evening next, the 26th  inst., when manyserviceablearticles  will be disposed of. The- object is  a worthy one and all who attend are  assured a pleasant evening-.  TENDERS.���The time for filing  tenders for the purchase of the plant  ol the Columbia Hydraulic Company has been .-extended until 12  o'clock, noon,, of tlie 28th July.���  lv. AI. N. Woods, Solicitor for the  Mortgagee. 1  Mrs. Paul.]v. F.gger.tand children,  of Discovery, left ou Tuesday's boat  for Sentlla- on a two- months visit  to Mrs. Kggerl.'s parents. Mrs. P.  Anderson,, who started, for a, visit to  her old home in the state of Washington, was also a passenger on the  same boat.  Inspector McDonell, R. N. \V. M.  l.'olice, and two men arrived yesterday wilh a number of pack horses  and will proceed to blaze the Atlin  to MeOanie creek sect Ton of the all-  Canadian route, of which we speak  at length on page three. . . Mrs.  McDonell and children, who accompanied the Inspector to Atlin, left  lor Whitehorse last evening.  !Amo-ng' Atlin's- Candidates-toi�� High)  Sehooi Entran-ce Examination..  The gratifying news came this,  week by wire, thi'l Atlin's three  candidates had'passed' tlie entrance-  .examination. Examinations for entrance lo high- school's are .divided  .into two, classes:- 1. Rural centres  (of which Atrin is one);- 2. City  icentues.. For- the rural1 centres the  maximum .i-iim-ibcr of marks, is i.oocx  'The most successful' con-vpetitov was  Ernest Evans-, Fndcrby,,S.|2 marks.  A comparison wilh neighboring  .schools sho.ws ho-w e-xcucolinglywel'l  Atlin stands:-  Inspectorate No. 2. ��� Atl'in centre:-  Number, of candidates 3-, passed 3.  'Nellie Stables, 70=;; .Maud Haslctf,.  7QT'-. Alan- Eraser, 624. Port Simpson centre: Number of candidates  4., passed 3. Sophie- K. Uienizen,  702:- Lucy Barrow, 6'35;- Jas\ M'L-.  Alexander, 619. Port Rssington-  emit re:- Nuiabeu of' candidates 3,  passed none..  Mr. Reid. has reason, to feci' pleased  with the results of his tuition. Last  year he prepared two candidates,  both ef whom passed; this year  there were more candidates and  Iheir-marks were higher. However  well a teacher may instruct, the success of his teaching depends upon  the diligence of his pupils. These  three were both able and willing  and- their pains-taking efforts have  brought thcyr reward'.   ,  ���You, Nellie, Maud, anci Alan, are  just beginning to. climb the laddler  of education-, of which- the completion of the- public school course- is  bub a step.    Climb higher!!  THE IRON STOUE*  J test   to   Hand I  o*  Onions, O  9  &9  ranges.  OllfR  ��Wi". Oooros���Always the Best.  Pa 1 Cif"s���Cash or Cradit���As Low* as" the Lowest  STABLES & LUI  S*  ATLIN, B. C.  Brewers  of Lager Beer.&tsd Porter.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  New novels arriving constantly  at C. R-. Bourne's.  Stables & Lumsden carry a stock  of good, groceries.  Read the A. T". Co.'s 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..  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  OPEN DAY' AND NIGHT.  THE. DINING-ROOM .IS'CONDUCTED  ON STRICTLY FIRST-  *     CLASS' PRINCIPLES.  THE K����AL  *  SWXON   &   SCHULZ.,   Proprietors.   .  Goriier Pearl and Ffcst Streets, AtliE��� B. (��.  "Pnt.    Qolp        Little Joe Shepherd  bench  rur  odie.    -- o,.Um 2^ miles .i|)oye D,^  covery on Pine creelcv.an<l JUant Chanuc creek  claim No. 119 below Discovery ou Pine crude.  Apply to Mrs. Shepherd, Atlin.  W. MUSGRAVE, B. Sc  Assayer and  ^^ Chemist  Conrad  Gity,   Y* T.  New Arrivals.  July 17���Mrs. P. G. Callaghaii,  E. S. liusby and son,. Fred Mc-Leu-  nan, H. M. Btirre'.t, T. E. Fleming, I-L E. Young, James Johnson.  July 20���G. E. Moiisou, Sergt. R.  Todd, Inspector A. C McDonell,  Miss Isabel 1 Blyth, Mrs. Diack, E.  P. Queen, Horace Eraser, Margaret  McDonald, Mis. McDonell and two  Qh'Al'en. W. >cli;iw...  t��*��r  1 "W" c-fin bj*  liiir.u ix  St. Andrew's Church, Atlin,  1 .UK   TMJi  Womens' Auxiliary  (OS.  1 . ...       ������ .^. .-..-.  Thursday Evening, July 26.  iiiiiiimeralil'u  Kitiutv-niiil. Useful Articles  Will hu ilisposn'l of.  Refreshments   Will   fae   Served.  Everybody   Welcome.  Proceeds in aid of Church.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT  IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST WltttS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASt GOODS A SPLCIAtTY.  Heated   and'   Lighted;  By.    i��s.   Ow;ti     Plan*  ITine   Sample    Rooms  For Commercial   Men  V.  WHITE PASS HOTEL  P.   D..  McMILLAN,   Managoc.  Largest and Best Appointed Hotel in Yukon.  WHITEHORSE, Y. t.  Choice    Bar   Stock  Rate* MODERATE.  O. K.  BARBER  SHOP.  l*Ul.ST SS1*J"15T,      -      ATLIN,.  ��� E. SHIELDS, 'Piiop.  gUV      HOT  BATHS 50 cts.  The bath rooms are eiiuully as guuil as found  in cities.   1'rivnto lintraiiot; for Ladies.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  S. S. Princess   May3  July \\ and 2J;   August A, 16 and 27.  S. S. Princess   Beatrice),  July 18 and 3JA   August 11 and 22L.  Sailing rrom Skagway 8p.m.  Direct to VancoU'Ver and Victori-a.  TmuisporliiiK li.v rail or steamer to Seuttlo without extra churca.  H. B. Dunn,  A cent, SkiiBwny.  Vre (flvfl fiiiick Karvlue.     No iiiterinoilmtc culls.  for rates ur inforniatioii apply to  A Large Shipment o��  ��esf Hoai  doe  The Reliable Shoemaker,  ;' -    -    -     DlSCOVKRY,. B. C.   o-���-.  R��lbkn��r Boois n Sp'?oig|<;v,..  J^UST   ARRIVED' Al  During   the   Season   I  Will   Have-  :Fceslx Fruxt and Vegetables Arriving   EVERY  FRIDAY  n^jr^r^"  i* TT-^-W f"i��T"  -,v^rn7!rxnr^r-vx-^  "%nrsi<'U{itTBiB'w*' 'Vsaumatf. ^uiiiw1 w v**ay*����


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