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The Atlin Claim Jul 20, 1907

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 rmm  i ,     ���'���';-     **��>-. ��� ��� I     .'  *"*^;:"pr:'iv  %/: ��;  ^qU-26.  rATLIN, ^;.;j3/���:0;#,SAl^^RpAYl;:���ijUIyY^2b;V������|t)6���7';  .-NC-.^ig  ��:E^ESE^BHia:^  : A;Budget ;of Intceresting Tsfews  y.ci;:;v:y;From;"Man^  ;��� ���" '--i New/.Yb;rk,: J ii'l y/"i g:'^VV':JapjilVesc  Uspy.luiSiheenyari'estedv-.at^Saiitiagq,  yeaiiforuia':;;"A\'lieii^caught 'lie/lwas  /"in-the actbf making sketches;of the"  /Ihe/fprUfi  727 Victoria,;'::;July;V i9i-^'lMiei;e;;is;,;>a  ;/.rum or, in' ci reula.t. ion ;V1 iere. tliat7;the  /' acl miral ty '..'���; ih ay : Vesu me, !con t fpl of  '.Esq" ui maIt, ;; wliere:.-.;'is--iiit.uated '/the  "naval;', dry.' ;dock,:.;and.::6ii.cey;again  :place'the' British, fleet;there. :;. 1 his  "-move;: may ,;';have :be;eii;:;cpnsidereci  :-:iiecessai'y pu aeconnt of: tiieattitucle;  :;tliejjapanese:are:.assuining  towards  5Mhe United .States./;^  ;;''imic!v.:;-::^  ;'A���ytX"-^^  ;;:/;;/:MeSiep.:;,G^  -������mateci:'that-;t|iere';" ar  ; iliiitie ;.'.t housa ii'd' y e te ra i i /' J a pa hese /sol-  ���.'������die'rs /scaUered/ along - the '.northern  iborden^of ^Mexico,, ^audfeso^adyices  /state,;'they are. arriving, at-the rate  : of Soo per month. -   , :: :';,:',   "v:  :;:''OParis'i'wJ.u^y.-/  : naval i; reservist; /who''is:beH.tf^etvtb  ::be"of unsound; mind, fired two shots  ; at,President Fallieresj .as. the latter  was returning".-from a review of the.  ;',garrison;;;    Fortunately : both   shots  ���missed.". The man .\vas:immediutely  arrested.   ;  Helena,J Mont.,/ July   19.-���Peter  Larsen,:  who ;was- connected   with  the Kaien Island deal, is-dead. ;  .������San Francisco, July t 9. ���An.'appeal ."for a new   trial,; made by, ex-  "niaybrSchmit/vlias^  ���-' Victoria; July 19. ���^-Gable"aclvices,  from -Tokio. state .that the.emigra-;  lion '".companies" of that place have  contracted to furnish at least 5,000  Japanese to be used on railway construction in British Columbia.  ; Bisley, Eng., July 19.���The Canadian and East Indian teams have  tied    for   the   Kolanore   Cup, ."each  ���scoring 767: point's.  San Francisco, July 10.-7Word  has just-been .received of a volcanic  eruption of a very, disastrous nature  having occurred on the Kamchatka  peninsula, 011 February last, throwing tlie country into darkness for  .forty-eight hours.' Many of the  natives were killed.  Alcxandropol, July 19.���As a rc-  sulfof bomb throwing former Governor-General Alikanhoff, Madame  Gliobuff and a coachman, were nil  blown lo pieces. The son of Alikanhoff and the daughter of General  Glieboff together with several of the  members of the general's staff were  seriously injured. Alikanhoff was  well known as "the wild beast."  The cossacks fired iulo the crowd  killing a great man)', afterwards  burning a building in which a number of people had taken refuge.  //Dublin", july:: 9;-���Richard;:.Crok-  -;cyj o (;��� Ta 111 in a li y; fa'me,- lias:;; deel i 1 feci  the  .noiiiiliaticMi.;for East   VVncklovy  ���by^he'Nii'libiialislvp^^  ;:.;/;;]i;6jse,'."'.xj'iiiry"/ ��� 19rr7^r'.I;t";:."'is'! ���/cik-pecrtccl.  that: tlie /prosecution ,;in ; tlie-Hay-  wood;;/case/ will/close.; :theV; rebuttal  this .������week.:, ,.,The/prosecuting ;attor-:  bey1 has stated; >that/:he /wi 11 ���prosecute ai'i'iy.-cases oT-perjury/oireither  ;.sicie/'.itii,at.;(;'nni:y^'.':-be\'/br^  ncHice:'f/rTjiere/are;,;'t\w  ;alrcady;<iiVi'.der/arres  ;.'./-Loii,do'nV:''bnt/,'"Ju1y'';;ii9^.^A/large'  business. ^block^occupied/iby/Reicrs  Cr\'stal:\Hall//Long's':'clothbig;;store.  aiid>a:;;uiimberof;:pthe-:sj/collap3ed  yesterdayAvjthbut/theslightestAva'im/  inp- to the inmates. '-"Business was  being;carried oiv at^tlie time/aucL/it;  ��� was/;'::.inVpcis^ibiie';;:;to^  lrumljei/bfjiebple riir-the; bviildingj:  It'; i s ��� ;-'t 11 b ugh t":; there i" ni a y/;be; "a ivy -,  A\di;ere;;v:frpin/>'thi  buried"; iu:,thev;ruins.;/7v-//,:|;\l/;;;i^  //;,Bpsion/;JuK%;|i9.--/-Aii:/^xplqsipn;  ������h'aipp^eiVe'd;'-:-o'ii'J;Miba'r'di;- the" battleship;  Gebrgiiinvhile the crewvAyere at/target j:>ract ice---killing^ seven--and-iii/  jimng-"t1iirt^  .eyideutly -.crazed; , with/;!-su;fierii)g,  leaped' /into ; the: "sea;/and '..were  drovvned..^.':/" ���";'-.-;;"-::,;';;--/'���"���;/;/���.;;���f: --.'-  ",   Lbndoii;; July', 19::���rt is rumored,  that Couu t":Leo;;Tolsfoi,is dead:/--;--.  ;;. C.R.. Bourne, our local druggist  and stationer,- is in receipt of a ;nuni-  ber of illustrated post cards fromthe  Ben net News Co., of Whitehorse,1  who solicit'orders for. same.": Three  sr. foui;. are;local views, yetclaimed  Tor the Yukon. - One in particular  has the., wording beneath it 'A. Yu-;  kon Water Wagon.". 'This is a  picture-of .none other than our: old  friend;���'.John,' Shirley's/- well-known  dog lea in. taken- while ..standing on  the Hike'shore, at the.foot of 'Train'--  or avenue. We want all people to  know that they belong to.Atlin.       .  There is trouble in the North between capitalists, a1; will be seeii by  perusing the following press despatch from Valdez. "One man is  dead and another fatally injured  and nine seriously wounded as the  result of the first conflict between  the Guggcuheims and Bruuer interests ai Katalla. The fight was over  the right of way, which the l'runer  forces arc protecting. The Guggenheim interests stationed detachments of armed men "al-points commanding the disputed ground, early  in the clay. Tony Depascat. in  charge of a party of laborers, started  out to lay a track over the Brunei'  right of way under cover of fire  from these two camps. A brisk  lire was opened from the Burner  camp, but Depascat succeeded in  capturing the steel 'go-devil' Representatives of the Brunei' interests  are making every indeavor to have  Governor Hoggatt order troops to  the scene of hostilities."  Toilet Soaps at reduced prices.���  C. R. Rourne.  ;Lqcaiand General News;  ;/ McDonald's :Grp'cei'y.'/;:"'.niakes:'.;-a'  specialty^;:pf (resh/eggs^aiKl :biitter.���  // I'ani/;cleariiig,;-out /iny; stock; ;.of  :Cigars;at c6st/~C.R/;3ourne'./;;.;;.:^/  ;;;:.iFresh;;;;.Ga])bag^^  rpisj'vi?^  atBiilman's.;:; '.,77:'./':;;-';v/;;;:;;:';";/.���;;:,;:.;/>,;;,;;/;,:  /.-.Mr; ;-R:;,;R.; ;Hedley;';<;Avhb;; was'a,  passeuger/pn,'/I^iclay^  tiug;u v>7a report 'on /the';'/mineralTe-:  sourceSi-. vfor^the Dominion -government. /; '7:77277: 2:7 7:7::72'2 '7:7. ,7^2^27  :;:";Mrsv-: George :Nobt,.'/\yife'...;-'pf.;-_th'e'  Cauadiair-custpbis/collector/-at 'the;  's\j'mu'iiii:'''6f'Uie;V-1W.hite/:Pass^  on" -Friday-s-'-^boat-  to"pay;-:Atlin a  visit://'..During/her!stay in tbwjv-she;  .will.,;be;i:tlie:;: guest.;pf'Mrs.;. George:  SiricIair!:'.'.;;;;/iH'..;-7:27:722'- ���J:::;-.- ��� -^:-:^^-^  ��� .;::Rey/ Ai,E; GVMearav was'/ari. ;i'n'-;  com ing;passenger; on ;Fr id ay 's,/bpat.;  iMprniiigaiid-^evening; services^ "will  be;;h'eldiii;St;.;:Martin'srchurch;Sun-,;  days, ^l he/;2��i:st;':!a;n;d/^  his'stay;^;ih7the.; camp. iVlr;- 0'Meara  wili'endeavorto: visit-Birch; ;Bould-,  ���ef;';Ott^r^;Wrig1it*aJnd:VMcl&evv-hold-  ing seijvices. on each;.' "He".will leave  July 3bth 'for.' Conrad..; ������"���- /   / .;. . ': :.;  ���;:.-~At>tbe.annua^- meetiugvofthe-Nr  P.: A.' A", a,-held' in; Seattle last 4th  of July, /two/;Victqria//lads, C; ;H."  Thompson and J. G./Bendrodt, aged  16 and/ij7 respectively, "vyou bolh  the senior and j unior. doubles. Nelson, B. C. woii. the. junior:four'and  Portland ; the 'senior four. '"Laiiig,  of Vancouver,;. AV.oii/.ihe,. junior.and  senior singles.',.:" .   "-"  '". ;Ruhioi'S.'������ .are.'.";:flying about - that  there is lb;'be, an invasion of the  towira'ucl.c.li.slrict.of Atliii1,..iii..a;v'e'ry  short; time,; ,by; a;; party,'of; some,  twenty young;ladies, ;v.*hp are;tbur-  -ing-the country..'-and : studying botany en route. "This item is inserted  with,- the . ide.a of altractingthe at-  tentipirof the yoi'.',ig.: and handsome  bachelor .'miners on. the creeks so  they may have timely warning and  appear in full force, suitably costumed to give a warm and hearty  reception to the fair contingent.  Barney Reynolds, Squire's man-'  ager, says the Australian lost about  $15,000. lie remarked: "Well,  we lost our money. I have d6ne  with fighters and fighting, wc must  have a poor lot of fighters because  Squires was the best, of the bunch.  The Australians are about fifteen  years behind the times." The gross  receipts of the fighl were $25,25,1.  Burns share was $8,000. Squires  got $4960. Jefferies received as  referee $1,000. Tom Corbet, who  handled the pool room at Colma,  says $72,000 changed hands on the  contest. The light lasted a trifle  over two minutes. Many of the  spectators hardly realized what had  happened, it was all done so very  quickly and neatly.  Atlin has the finest climate in the  world and scenery unsurpassed. ,,. .  f;/Subscriptions/"to;::;TluS^Cemetery;.  Fui'd,; up/to^Fridayafternobif; are.  as, follows;���-/]:!. Younger;:J; Cart-:'  hieb$r;;;vW/,G/;;;;Pax  Hathoni "$i ;:Dixoip& Schiilz -$2.50-'  A;;;B;''Taylor;$r;;AtliuClaiui^  Arrivals per Str./Scotia.;  :-;-;; J11 ly '7j 6//- J;. :S j-. \ -Te m p li 11 v/Fa th er;  Ailard;/-\V-;;A. Audersbn, :/R.;Glegg;  a.ud^JJ.;;;Davis.,/-:/:///:;;/:;-::/;',/;v/-';!;":---^  2:2 July.;; 10:.^$:27R. HeelI ley ,/Rey :AX  E;:;;0'^M^ara-/Mrs^G;: Noot; v W:.;<3.2;,  Bock, ���;Miss -DollyGray and��� -Miss  ���;D6ri;s;:.'N.6rt6ii'.;-7-.',Y/-; 2:77{: ;/--f-./-.;;.; ;-,;?;..,;���/;;  - /;,The;;:;;hospitab.;/emergency;;-'-.crew,-,  were ptit;sailiiig this/week/ iii charge;;  of;Skipper;/Sl.ili, /-who- Avas^iat;/the/  tiller^/;-Jack;; steered;.; his/course.;by'.';  ; tbe;/sense ���'-' of/ -tbuchvv/.;Bos' u iv- ;Tohv"  -W-hjte'-.'clajicecl;:-.th.e\>ji6n^  fp'c s';le/he^^  pdjpn ;;tl*e.^braces;;;h^e;a;"tm  mau-^minusthe.use qf:the;:leftarm;/  -A.ble/.seameu /Rdlf^/skipiDecl:about  the/clecksjqt uite;;liihibly--Respite7 the;-  :fact:;that;he;/had.;:'a.;game; Jeg;?;; There-'  Avere;trt;b;ladies.;as;pa'sseugers.V;:V;.';;;  ';���/������ The   B. C. Saturday^Sunset,. the.;  ���latest.venture;inJburnalisiu,in Van-  eouver, /is;;.a; sixteen-page-//weekly:  paper,;:filled";to; the^briui/with-gobd;  reading.1  Reading-; /calculated:,, to  suit -the; tastes /of/all- classes';/; the :;  grave  and 'the   gay,  :the -wise and  witty.":; The".paper .'is whole-hearted-".���  ly devoted to British Columbia,  her  interests and   her welfare./It will  always   be   welcomed in'  this; office :  at 1 d we.recotn'uiend:it to(the -.reade 1 s.  of this district. ;;.;.;;��� ;-������  The;Presbyterian Sunday School  picnic-is to be held; Wednesday "the  25th.    The steamer Scotia;has"been  chartered   and -Indian Creek, is '"������"th'e"'.  spot choseufor: the place  to spread ���������  the baskets and   enjoy   the beauties  of nature.     -The.boat will leave "the  wharf sharp at nine a. 111., and anyone who arrives on the dock auiiii-  ute   after   and observes ihe steamer,  gracefully gliding away, will not.be  able to say they  were not informed.  C. E. Wynu-Johuson, well known  in the Atlin district, has quite  recently returned from an extended  trip to New Vork and Washington'  in the interests of a projecting company. Me has secured a franchise  through Alaskan territory from the  federal governineul, and a charier  from Ihe Canadian government, for  the building of a railroad from  Mai pes through the Alsek and the  head waters of the White river  country to Fairbanks, and then to  Nome. The junction of the two  companies, necessary lb form the  international system, will be about  the head of the White river. The  road will , tap the Porcupine placer  and the Rainy Hollow copper districts at a ' distance/ of a mile and a  half, and run through the richest  placer and copper fields of the Alsek  and White river districts. Much  development work is already in progress all along the proprosc-d route  and it is expected the road will Ur-a.  payer from the start.���Alas!:.:  . i-.wri���rn",T-r>^-'- w ��c<.t=f ir-JBJS-Jgyat *J iZSXTJZZZZZ  ;/ttsLI'^.'/"B,-.-  rSATURDAV,. /JlII/iV:-2p.;:/"f907o;  -."���!'; ,-k:.-.. ���:-...-''' .���'..'������"���"." "��� -.___;___.���__  ^jriMoiAWrf ���-Ji��-arM*ri*!i*i^w��r!!-i��*��  Tlie: Atl f gi'; Ciai m.  Tlf)-" "ATI. IN CLAIM iv. riinur.iico cvchy r,nTi/mir.v  r   ' V'OMNlfJ:'., ',  MAII.��.t:> 'rrtCE   to   ArJv    !-/>iT-orTHi:  \vt��1t.D    POT,   >10 ���   Ct'Mf !-.  . Ptll    MONTH,'     fT'.I, 00 --PI H  : 'VCAH.-' aiWc Vrptifjc. riJvi'i:-,, / i*. 0:1 ��-cn ir':cn nach  ��� ���ir*^::nTio>i,.heading Noricrr,. a'o'ccWT.TA Line.  - -),����-ci(\L: rtATcr.   ON ���APr'i.ir.ATIrtn'.-,-.' ./--;���:���-;  ;"���-��� -:.;..       _..;���/;-.���*<>��..���...-..���..���.���. .;.:--.-  .IOBPR!?i'n--iii  .-tl.l*HCJ.��',  tcTrcn-MirAr'^,;  ;/ / ;(:     ':/ o-"4Dt;n'r.- '��'.-torv)t-ri.-.*  j:       -   -fiuccr.  flioorturc.  -ostchs,   ./..     .vtniTr^r. CJIII:  . .   -C: .'  HCcnAMMfs.     etc;, .CTC.      ..  ;,;;THE';ATiax:;fcr:Anf,'Pu;iiiiSHiN(i Co.i T.t;i;  I CiiAKniis'I.. Ci r.ni;-; ���;'-.: .;-;i-:r..i.T.'>ii-<.\raN.yrVisr-t.  Giaiiivjurnping.  makv,' rcpar.alion.;,  )We' leave ' it,to  pur-!eaders./' /,/ '7:72:i:.7\227'27  :; /As to the- merits of his,.contention  "regViiA-ling ,the; dea'scs: being;; open/  etc;,-.we"are not-;".iu ; a, position to  passman ything/. but- 'an, outsider's  opinion. ",; The /notices; 'have'/ been  -postedandKit/AvlU-befoi' the "Gold  Commissioner to dccide-whetlicr the  request, is;;fo. be:grauted,;or otlier-  wise.:;/;-/We:ie(jl:';sure the;:decisipn,  ;will bca .jus'tone-v//;77:77777722777:.���,,,.,  .<.^.^ v.  ��� ���-���  7 "O  :0RI^SPQ]^DEinIGE^  ; .i-'.^t'-'iii -ia.st- week's "issue we published;  ..:;.:/air articie-undet/Hie 'above"hsacUn^;/.  ; : li t appea'rs Ave landed; rflther heavily;  /;Ph the corns ���loT,''.'pVie;.--"'R\'-:"D,V,''Fetbe''ti.:  :   ���stonhaugh, and; that /gen tienuui; lias  ;. /written/telling ps all about it.,:/Tni:  ^"letter :m.ay ;be;;ve:*/F mauotlier cvbl-  /;uiuil ;:;;;���. ::-"//.///-���//.//;  ;;.'/._The writer' goes;/,;p'n'to cxpkihi/a  ^numberbf^hings/vand; says be/did',  ���-;-���; iibt:laaye "advice; fVoiti-aVi ymombSr;  ;   of the legal fraternity//but -got bis  ;/;;.;: /u/'-/'- * ::7>.   ��� ~~7: ' :7 Sites':.  /',--..���/'/;  -inforuration from - - a-i-i --entirely piMai-;  ;'."-sent '-"source.. /'Gn:the.stfengtb ofthis  /;; statement; we must'offer an apclpgy  :,''.--.-:tb\the ihembebo^the- legal " urate rii-.  '-���"Ity^AvhOi/it^vas stalpciV;had it/mipr;  "  Hamsbalvl";;;bui^"; whb/pid" lTot bfter,  /.'���information  to . Ri" D. ;Fetberston-  liaugb re McKee leases; .: Wahaveno  wisb -to   place  the  blaiua;on  the  ���'". shoulders of an innocent person and  make haste to say; so -  - A; lot of good counsof is. 'offered  - about; not intruding ourselves i:v the  affairs of other people, as .it is-io:;/'  of our business, and the /.vriler/  winds up with" an admonition;as to  'knocking,' and for vis always to remember that there arc two sides to  every question.  '"For answer \ve; might say" that  Mr. R. D. Fetherstonhaugh is.quite  capable of giving-.advice, on...such  matters. :as lie . speaks; of in .;hls  epistle, to wit:; knocking, and��� minding..one's own business. . Anyone  who   has', known-,  him   during   his  de-   ;��"���������>���  will understand, how palely fiuu .-.e  purely he can cntren't.-h himself behind his enviable" - reputation , for  .iioiu-sty and integrity in ail lib  many busines-j and other i;:/aHugs  ir. the district. We would 'ike: to'  !i:��.v. anyone point" to a single in-  s'. a Hereof whc:C m: Vailed to <-o what  was not right. His word i:;.nies  with it all tlie weight such a tep'--  lation is enlitled. to.  har be "it -trciiu us t<;   cast the iir^t  doiibl or aspersion on   the unsullied'  '%.227:77277.:2.:2727,::777.:.:..7:^  A-,-'; .<K'.;���-,-"���; ,:-'.'��� ���         -"v"//"--/; "-;"���-',".'���' '- ";V :T" '77 ;��� '"/"-./;/;-'  .��� 'X-  <i   ���-/-/'-������/';���'.     -//./--,;   ;.'-:���: ;i':.:;-.v .,.;���-. ���   /--.'.-.'.    ;���/.-   /./,'.;..,;;.//,-/-;/; .���������.,-/;-;/;.;,'.;-,; f_ .  *;���;/���������'.'-  &��� ';  X777--  &���-.-  A.'   ��� ���   ��� <$'��� ���- -'-'-'-:"..'''"  '&- ' ������',"��� ���. '  fi.:-:: ������-.''.'/-,���:-.";'''���'  M<  l^iiifciii  7::'722%2:  "--;���'".  V 7  ���     ���   .   . ..       v.;--STr  '^':m^  ]i7i:L.J2'27.22'72X 7722.7 2t\r^  ' '     " "' " "":;'/-''";-:'-:-''*i</';'  ������������-��� ��� ,;.= j- oji ,ir  r;-';-a;'/"V;;';'  :7.7'Cff:7,  ..:....-./; '.y,..  I  - If  :'A  ;.FrGsK/:^rip^  -���wi1;t/'-lrri-ve;;';l;)Y^;^  t  ;.V,  I ���������The^lron '--Stored  ft'.;--..;/,-.:;..:.-;;.../------/- 777: :::2-7:7:, -;.:  f^ffir&jfi'.Si&e^  77 We;db";KOti  ilile.;'; for .the.; ppiuioiis; expresspd by  oiir;/cbrrespoh:dentS. ���//-:; ;;/--/;v/;;--;;/'^/;;</  ://V;/:";;;;l^e';McKee"/Greek.y^  ;'/ ^Discovery; ;B,.;C.;,/j.tily: 15, ^��op.  Tpfthe Editor:' [7:777.-;/;/;;:';/-7";,-/'v-;;.//:;.;-;  / :Sir.---The/last/issue/of your very  vaiuajjl.e.;;.papei'/,midertakes"tp  cixc: tlie propriety: of staking "McKee  Greek,; as,I am; person  ible for the- staking,-fand-owing/tp,  tile' rfact; that'/A'our/stateuieu ts, / a re  absohitely/;inaccuratef;;:f/take; the  earliest / opportunity /bf' correcting  ;sa me. ;:-'���' ::7':72'7:72'277-77.2:722:2::/77'j7'r22  .;,:- In.;; the;,ffi;st--. place;l';:was;.;nbt;/in-  ibrined^by; any;;member c f/tli'e.'.ie'gal-'  fraternity "in "this- district or,else-..  \y here: that /the grouncl on /McKee.  Creek .-.was. open' for staking or ; even  that, there-Avas-a question as;to the  title tu.tlie leases, Uiis.fact I learned  iuyselt:"fi'0!n "another : source altogether. ",.'".' '"���/"''  . In ihe' second place T have; no  solicitor whatever advising/ me in  this matter at tlie -present; titne.uor  have I had one.   .- ,.���''-.  In the third place E have .not  done- the -striking, for: the reason'-set  out by you, and even if I had -that  is a matter that does not concern  The" Atlin Claim:r;   /";: ;;   :'������.  if "die McKee Creek leases -have  lapsed, u-hieh. I contend .they have,  surely the ground is open and, if  open then the public have a right  to stake,' ; so long as 'they comply  with the Act. lam not called up-;  many years   residence  in   tht: camp ' qi- to explain  lo the Atlin' Clatui as  to the wL'y and. wherefore of my"  actions audi cannot sec Unci your  paper, need get so worked up because a company .; may or'may not  be prejudiced by my actions.  You   iiave  l;i.-cn  advising  not to  knock,   1   remind  you  of this, for  apparently   you   have  lost  sight of  tlie principle odvocated by you, and  always remember that their are two  sides'to every question.  Vour.s friily,,  R, I). Fctherstonhaugh..  mine that is so. .well known and so j -,--�����--,  nyhly respccled in thecomunmity, j     luerything   is   excellent, ��� when ^  ', ,       ��� ..;���  .   ,    ''siiliiKr  our . individual   tastes  and!  nd we hope  our  readers wilt   ':;���->: t . . |  ideas: atrocious when otherwise.     .;  ���   The is one rule, in the   treatment j  >n' a woman, that always applies, 110  matter what the  circumstance,  and  that is:   never go by any rule, none  :cx made will always apply.     Did  -���**���-  **.<;  ^$^��<#^-C^^  pool;;fioqm  ';;:������:���/-'"/;:���; '222'777 7p. ���7:2 7777277:\7:22 ;:' ;; GOO D ASTAB LI fsi G  -:-:fe;;:i':.;/::.;;iv;l:-//'v;;'BI'y^  ^3^.;ROXBOROUGHv-'  mm'TBi^m^  "���;:^://:;;:Ba^  -'*-��tt;'ii.is��^B,ii��'-jhvI��ij.^a*����B^/^  KC)"NiiAl.)   \\vAW!lKeKA,.:!VlA>:.c\GUk,  ���*/^ --;  ilfiiftlililil^  SMALL; AND I^ARGK^ORDBRS ?ROMPTI,Y;.F.nvT;lvb. ;,:,  ru Jzlxt-  ^lA��-;^^  'GTTZ&V^  ,. <��(���*><������-  The Bar is supplied   with '���"'"'none'.' but/the -best l->rauds 'of .Liquor:  ���    .    " "  and :Cig:ars; /!��� irst-cUVss Billiard;and. -Pool.-Tables; ;������//���;/:.  '4^&i^<<W��-*^4*<S'4^  I  I  II til.L!i  "P!XO'N".-ii. .'SCH.ULZ, -'PropVietoi'8.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   'CONNECTION.-  CII0l<:t,S,! V.INI.S. I.IOIHIHS V\�� I'KiAKS      ��    V      <.ASI  i'OUIW A   Sl'UiaiV.  *  Corner Pearl and First Su'tiots,  Atlin, 15. C.  ft,  f  ���s  fo'  -ft.'  ���8-  . *,'  t  i  I  .*' .... 9t��  ope our readers v.ill i;^:  no inoip from liiis es-planalioti I.liar,  what is intr:,!'.'.;:.''., If we huvr- in  any way hurt th'..- name, ol re'h-.:r-  >tonhaugh, th;:ug!i -,ve do \w>r. '7:7.7k  it possiL'Se, in any article pubii.;;i>-.d  ".11  this  p?.jmji',   it  will  bcfoT iv5 toitt ���.-:vi',.r oocur to vol  The ATlin 'Makicet Co., Ltd.  ' 1,-i-iiosi/i :di.c.I'.:ss'u;:d meats:  POULTI^Y   OF  ALL  KIND'S,  Dressed to  Order.  7M  -a;  221  m  - -/'���-;: ;iir  m  22i  72%  7-X? X  '���&  ATLIN,   JEJ.  C,   SATUIcDAY,    jUIA  'xc,_  o  The Cemetery Fund.  Wo draw attention to the (act  (hat sub.'-eriptinu li-ijs for The Cemetery l.vuud have- been disliibulcd  throughour the district.  Most people know what tho. money is needed- for and such a cause  should require no urging. The  ���-urn total is not very pinch, and we  hope soon lo be able to report thai  the amount necessary is in hand;  All donations will be acknowledged  in the columns of this paper. '  At a meeting ol' the citizens held  in the school house Saturday morning last Chief Constable.O. K. Con-  ley was elected a school trustee.  The eastern mail leaving Atlin  on the .Mst of June appears to have  ��� been .destioyed in a wreck on the  C. R. R lailway, west of Calgary,  on the 30th June. Anyone interested may obtain particulars from  .Mr. John Williams, postmaster at  Atlin.  Mr. James Upscombe. agent of  tlie White Pass & Yukon  Railway,  ' last week handed to Mr. J. Cum-  mings, treasurer 'of the Atlin Fire  bund, the'sum of.$75,00, this being  ���the amount of the company's half  yearly subscription. It might be  as well to slate, while on the subject, that subscriptions to this fund  are in order  at  any time, and   that  . this worthy institution should receive the hearty and liberal support of every one who has thc'jn-  terests of the camp at heart.  Startling:   Figures.  Mexico received the following cable:  "Stockall subscribed; stint development .work on mine at once." The  answer    was:        "Ccjiigralulalions;  please return the mine.  *,��*-����� ���  The following is a bona lide copy  pf a location notice posted ou a  claim near Rosebud, Cal. It re-  minds one: somewhat of the staking  done in this camp in rSoo; when  "wc claim everything in sight and  1,500 feet up in the air," or "united wc stand, divided we fall,''  might have been read on stakes  on Pine and Willow.  Wc, the uncleisigned men of worth,  Just to show thai we're on the turf,  Do .hereby locate, for ourselves alone  Fifteen hundred feet radius around  ��� ibis stone;   -  Together   with   mineral and   water  rights,  All placer lands and townsites;  All   veins  and  ledges within    our  lines,  Of brass or gold and other mines.  Weclaiin all coal, and oil as well,    ,  From   the   top   of   the sagebrush  down to hell;  All the air and sunshine too,  Tip lo where the air shines blue.  ' c  Wc are the same the world over,  and, although most of the Location  notices read in the stereotyped style  hardly any of the sfakcrs would refuse if Ihey thought they would get  what the above notice asks lor.  ,W,,-S,-,-''inW'S!3t-SJS3KKS!:��^^  1  Tpi?  1 JLa.IIj  'ATLIN TRADING  CO., LI).   '  IN VOLUNTARY' LIQUIDATION  it has been decided at a meeting oi' the  shareholders -of the Atlin Trading Corn-  pany. Limited, held'on. Tuesday afternoon,  [line 4th; 1907, to   wind   up   the affairs oi  the company.  'The entire stock, etc., will   he sold, en  block or otherwise, without regard to cost,  bowney's    Chocolates     arriving  constantly al C. R. Bourne's.  Pine tree Rot  Following is a statement of the  people killed and injured in the  Tinted States, since 190.,, whilst  celebrating in a patriotic manner  the h'ouith of July.  11)03: 406 killed and 3,98.; injured. too.|: 1.S4 killed, 3,986 injured.  1905: 1S2 killed, 4,90.1 injured. ED. SAiMDS^  1906: 158. killed, 5,3'oS injured.  The totals for 1907 are not yet iu,  but from reporls received so far they  will average up with previous years.  Roughly speaking, in the last  five years about i.ooo  people   have  I  IHSCOYKHY, . H. I'.  Iry^nstfoiBGi rural be di$bo$-  " ed of within sixty days*  A J J, l'KRSONS  INl^l-STUD   TO   TH'Lv ABOYT, COMPANY ARF.  RTJQUKSTHD   TO   CAT.!,   AND   SKTTLJv   WfTHOUT   DKLAY.  .OSS,   IjTQTIIDA.TOR.  v. %  o;r  Steves,- sod Hardware I  IKON   PIPING,   STlit'X   AND    MAR  [RON,  nYNAMfTK AND GKUQ>7i.TF���  CASOUNl-.  STKKf, SMiXCLKS and CORRUGATHD IRON.  i-ll.'ST-rUASS DIXINC.'   IKiiiM  (iOO!) CM.KAN  UOO.MS-  UM.V Tin-: i!i-:s'i:;win*P  USKIl AT "'III:  r.AK.-i  Proprietor  NOT.ICIV.  'fake Notice that 1, A: McDonald shall applv to .the Board of  Ricence Commissioners, of the Atlin  Licence District, at the next regular  IT  r^  Stokus in A.TI.IX axd Discovkkv.  ^'  ,,.,,.*.,,.��.*-fr.*.*..,-,,.*.^.^-*^^^  1?     O'U-  .alio   &j>a\.  arN &  >h ' &  Successors  to  J. H. Ricliardson.  Signed  als. .'With such a showing, tlie  necessary capital to work the mine  ���was easilv secured.     The miner in  A tun,  A.   k.  McJiiix \i.i>,  C., June 6th, 1907.  ini\v 'i'f 1, skci'ki' iii'-;i,i'.  .. .    . ,  been killed and   close on 20.-*v. in- i m-.-c.int>   on  June  15, -1907, lor the j  , ���        ,, , kraiisf-a ol   my'hotel licence lor the j  . jurcd   while   observing   the   grand J   ���  ualioiial  holiday of 'the land of '..he  brave and the homo of the tn:u.'  What   an   appalling  sacrifice on  the. altar of tho  Goddess of Ribcrty.  Two J/.nglishmen, having resolved to belter their fortunes by mining in -Mexico, one of them .started  for the laud of "frijolcs, tomalcsaud  cigarettes," the other remained at  home. Some ���mouths' later the latter received sonic samples of ore  weighing about a ton and a half and  assaying very high in precious met-  ���r,A'JMvST STYLUS  IN l.JCN'TS  hi' RN 1S11INC-S  DRY GOODS, CARPKTS,   UOUSK  h'URN !SHIN(;S  GOr/D SKA J, lUPGl'M   BOOTS AND SlfOKS,  nrrj, LfN'l''- ���">���.'  MJNI'.RS ('.f.uVRS'AND  MITTS  Wyntou   Hutch  Wyiilon, .1'. C. to J  w" II. Simpson, ul Wynlon, 15. C.   \^Vl )!?1.-s  ,>/|* AM'J .IN   ANI>   J >IS< '< >V!'.IJY.  ... 1  ; <!,<,-* *.��.�� *���* ��v * * *-+ *��<- * ����� ��������� ��� ��-��-*^o ���>��� *-*���������� �������������������������*�������������� ������*��� ��� <-+  ,,,���������,, Co;,u;,,;o,,, '-.-HHiffi and iraattieifas 11000$  Hirers, and   all   employers-oi   l"1x-r. | v^^JJJ^^   desiring married or single men, will  do well to apply at once to Major  C. W. Creightmi, vSulvatiou Army  Immigration Dcimrtniciit, 439 Uar-  ris Street, \'aucc.iuver, IJ. C, or  Rupert Street, Winnipeg, .Man.  IMauk application forms will be  supplied aud each application will  receive careful attention, No men  will be sent unless applied for in the  above- manner.  Wiiv si-.nii ui:t win-s vor has okt lioon- ,u; fiin.ii' iiknk i:  Atlin, Nugget and Grape Rings '"I ��ll'-Kin.ls ul' Ji-tvclr.t ...an :  fiicttin.'.l on tin; |>r(}ii)Ui'.~.  |-|in- -Ni-'.v .Stock ol' Watches, Clocks, Jewelry anil Diamcndr  Wiilelirs from 2-ri.W ii'p. Airont-. Vor Cfiluuiliiii GnuiioplioM'-^.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spootu  EOOERT   &   SON,. auinvu-i. mscovKuv, ���  JULES..  Safety  Deposit Vaults  Watchmakers and "Manufacturing .hy(M;t f^TXIN; AB;:^  ���,&���:,  I  Spruce Greek -Murmtinngs:  ������7'7;',\\i Fickeringthis. snringVgrpuucb  >s!uiceclQparf of the;j;ihi'-:6f ihe.;claim  .owned'by W.':Bpudreau,Vhe is now  Iji-.ttoiniiig <.upv'':aii(l,v if -.reports are  ���:lTUe,;';;itVhust be'rich. 'V-V' VVVVV-.'A-A  Spruce; creek appears :io.:;be. like  ;: the' biblieaR 'widow's:. cruise of:..oil;-',  \vliich;never'f:faUedV,:-;Every ,.ycar  AveVhear : it will: be'Vyorked.out by:  Vthe- .fallj: .but ever}' summer --.some  : one fi lids a spot;a little: betterV than.  ��� ever. ��� The cleelcAis^ gcipd"for:sever-  Val:seasonsAetv- and, tbeiiV doubtless^  when it is". worked out, ;safne:bf: Vts  '������:who��.iiave..be'ehrnn  fare to Cariboo willf-still beable to  . make-a living but of it.' '-���      .VV':-: '..;"������  V: .-Av-tM clDbii a Id: has, boug-h t a.-. t h ird  'interest Vwith ;J. Gigler,"���'-, in ��� Vthe  :.ground :formerly; owned by 1,. Jen--  Viiugsand/C; BodineAAThis ground;  ; wassaid to be:worked:outr but Aast  ��� -week it .produced vthirty-five ounces  Aon four/men for VpurMays; ,7-  rresscbtt;& Company .have a Aril'  ���crew, runnhig::;:both'-..��� nigliAaud day,  -aucharedoingVvell. Vv -.-;  'vf0BvS^:[iE:v^  ���:vA'--A2.25.0\;5H,M  ���V'i; ':,777:/:7-: .7, in Til A' ���" :7:777.7y-77; '  McK.ce   tiydrauiic   Cpnspiidatcd  ;-;,T,rM|.TKi> COMPANVVOI' ATUnA V,;  A I ii vf'i-v lov,-.:iir.ioo.'VAililress:���'������������;..':  Gaza Popper, Greenville, ;      :;;  77.r77.:.': VTexas, U.S.A.;  Hairi'p-toii '&   DurieJ-V      F*roprietors.  V:.;Discovery.: V :^v  ������ to PKTSf 17)AY "AND';. NIG HT V'  12 :v:A;;:;K^^;i-.AA^^aI'N '-IV, .;V:,V.  :.���������   Under-.;Eutirely NowMtiiitini'iiitji t..  "V Huuiiluiiitrioi-Ktifb'r Oixon's stai^o.  \1  Canadianv Pacific,^Railway Company.  ALASKA   -ROUTE   SAILINGS.  "M  m  ATLiNTO LOPGE  ;:"AaViA;&;A:'M-;;VA  V';no::i2^g._ itl mcA V  Kes'uliu': communications .held on t.lio lii'SL  'fhiir.sdayof oiicliinontli in tho A. 6. U. \V.  11:111, Third :StreotV     27'7 77,.?; 7:,777  '-'.Visii-lh'jj-1>rpf.lirbii oordiullvinvited.   :  ... The next rojjrulur communication, wilt  ho  lihlilou-Tliiii'Stl!i.v,.A��KiiKt1sl,"iit..'7.3U p.m.  VBy order of i.ho W..i!i V777:..   ,-.VA...  o.; >  V: V --,   C. UVliOURNI'i.SEOitElAiiv. ::  :,.���'������������yi;v Sniliiie; from Skagway 8pirn.   .V,V.V !'V.VVAA"-'.  VAV",--A Direct "to A;aiicotiver: :aiid;:;Y\iclbriaVV::V  .'.Traiisniprtlii'jj. hy rail or steamer to Seattle without, oxti'ii <:hui'j;o |2  Wo irivo riuiekservice.,/. No inforniodiute ciills.,:  *' ���"-'���"���.'" ��� '''or ratesuir information apply If  'Airp'i'it'i'.SituKwny.  '.i: V John V^^neburgV :has:r secured a  Vicdii'tract/from-the. AvVC^MVCq., c-n  ���"''i:;:T'ai-V--'-F;Iatsi-'-,Vto:-vriV'n-: their powder  V driyesVA- A"VVV: V,..'A"-���': 'A-VV��� ���:-.-'  V A Airs. Moqre,Vof Skagway,As'stay-:  : jiugVbiiVtheVcreekVvisiting;Mr; and  .;;:Mrs.-Tv.'Kearii's:. :���;.,':;A-:V'A:V. ,-v-AV  r V-VAv'-Cai'lsbn'aiKlvl: Smith"have;re-;  ;. opened -their workings oif the -.���!I)ex-'-  ter claim and are  making Van ounce  'i -a day':; to the man. ���/.  V .., Griff" Thomas and TV. Fletcher  have, taken -.-'a- lay- .'.on-'-.the-'--ground  owned  by. Fleming'  and Cbnipauy.  : We/understaiid   W.; vSweetj a.;part-  mervof   the  latter   will  he 'busy on  ���'��� ilcKeeithis summer.   V   ;:   : .V;     V  Never   has. there, been   a  more  striking example  of: thevsins of the  father being visited upon   the child-  ..ren   than  exists   on  \Sprucc*   at. tlie =  -present,  lime.     Owing: to the fact  that our predecessors  were so lacking in foresight  that '.they''failed to  - record--'suriicient waterfor the miner  ..to work with,   the stream, which is  almost   as   valuable 'as -the.gold it-'  self, is now being thrown up against  a worthless. cla.w   bank',   while,   at  times, the individual .cannot, raise, a  bucket of dirt from the ground.-  ���'��� This seems tough, still we can do  nothing but gnash our tee!h and  talk socialism and*- anarchy, The  man who sold his . bitthright for a  mess of j-,o'(lage was a fool,, but he-  was a sage in comparison with some,  of the old-timers on this creek.  m  .;:VVBARBER;SHOR.  kr*;d-suif<:t:os,7viioi���. 7417  7M  M  "(I  m  '7X7)1  ��� s *1  W  :m  :V 7b A-1nH S: v FiFT Y ICE N TS:,  Private Entr.-uicn; f6i-:Lti<Uo3.'..���'..'.: ������'..'.  Synopsis of.-.tiinu.iiiisn llor.-.cslca'il, Regalntions.  A   KV iu'nilul>le  nonunion  hiinils   within  f���\ tho K-uilwiiy I3plt in Uritisli Cpliimbia.  mny ho liompstetidoil hy any porso-.i who is  the solo lie:tii;.ol! a family, or any^nnile over.IS  years of ajvo, to the extent ���of ono-tiiiavter  suction of JGi) acres.inoro or less.   :  Entry miist uo.i'iiiitle ncr-ioiirilly_at-thc local  land oiHt'O tor t.lio ilistriot in which tlio land  issitnato. ' ;.  The honiBst'eador is reo.tiiruil to perform  tho conditiaiui connected therewith under  e'nio ot.'tlip follo-iviiifr pltins: "���'���   ,'. u -  (11 At least s-ix months'residence upon and  culfivation of tho laud in caclryear foi- tlireo  year.-:.  . ���..--���  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is  deceased) of the homesteader resides upon a  ,1'arm in the vicinity of the land entered for.  the reiiuiroments ns to residence may" ho  .saiisiiod by siicli person..rbsiiliiijr. With -.tlio  father or mother.  (;l) If the sottler has- his pormanont residence upon tannins' land owned by.liini in  the vicinity of his homestead, tho. requu-e-  ments as to residence niay ho satislicd by  residence upon tho said land.   :���������-���������  Six months' notice in writine; should be  H'ivon totheOommissiohiii-of nomiiiioiiT.auds  at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands nia.v bepurchasedat 910per acre  forVoft coal and $20 for uutlirncito. Not. more  than H20 acres can lie acnuired by one iudi-  viilual or company. Itoyalty at. the rate of  ten ceuli; per ton of 2,000 pounds shall bo collected o.n the (iross output.  W. W.CORV,  .Ueputy of tlie Minister of the Interior  N'.ll.--U:iuiltliortzod publieatli)n of thisad-  Yoi'f i'-cment will not lie paid for. .jy2H'ni  77m  ���������'���. a?,*'!  M  Of course, we ha-.-e "sonic water  coining, 10 us, hut there is im -unwritten law . with us, that -the man  with the longest flume has the lirst  water right��� and possession is nine-  tc.'ths of the law. ok.sj'rv'.''*.  ��� -��� --*>*.��> ..................  -   '  Six hundred and lhnty-si:-- accident'.', including72 deaths, occurred  in the factories ol Ontario, during  joo6, according to the report of the  factory inspector just issued,    One  .woman inspector reported great  difficulty in .getting girls to dre.--.'i  their hair as the law directs, saying  the younger ones would rather run  the risk of being scalped to death !  by   the .machinery   than  obey   the  3a.v"iC',  I hi  ie undersigned  having been restored   10   health   by simple means,  I after suffering for several years with  'a severe lung affection, and that  dread disease Co.vsi;Aii"riOj\, is  anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers I he 'means ���of' cure.  To ��� I hose who desire it, he will  dice; fully  send   (free of charge)  I cony of the prescription-used, which  they will find a cure for CoNSi'Aif.'-  tion, Asthma,   Catarrh, Bron-  jcuri'is and all throat and lung  Ai,Am:i'S. He.hopes all sufferers  will try his remedy, as it is invaluable. Those desiring the presciip-  tion, which will cost them nothing,  and may prove a blessing, will  please address  Key. Edward A. Wilson,  Ekookivn* NX  Elacing before tfievpHblicv  'itHe-vrriaTiy; axiyaiita^feS^o^-  -' V'V '.-'. V ��� -.      ",'   - ,'.;. 7- .-,... ^...' Vw -V. V-. V  V. ��� \ v .',-.;'.,-,.. s..'.,-*���1,'...'..-.,      =.���,���';' '���'>������:.  ifli.e ciistrict A:sTtfee:Gbjec1; of  ��� .^r3'S>a��-c^a*D��>y:i*!:t��'O��-0'D.o. $&& 5iy^:<x���>:c^**^���.o$^�����:*;o^^:cw'?:���:���..  l^iWllll  ^j^:o<s>i:>*o:*>:>*:o:0o.^��*!;i0��0CK(oc':o.o'<3':o<*'O^  .:'������   This cannot feev'Sttccess~^, v   v  -V '.'.'-.. ' V   '"' ' ' V V   V' '. '-e\'  .  v      ::   ^  out the generous support ofvv;  'the  business  people and     :     v  'the residents.  m  ������������'id  ���M  7777 7M  -.':��� '..--Hjlj  ���.������.-, M  :������:.��������� fiWj  . 7-m  "���'���'KM  ',:..:.:i  <���: %:  7-7-M  ���'���w  . I:;-;  :i  .-1  SEND US YOUR SUBSCRIPTION  ���S^-*-*-*-*-* ���-���-���-*-���������-��-���-��� -��-���-���-���-�� ������������������-���<j>(Si-��-��-��-��-��-��-��-��>.��.^-��-*-��-> ������-���-*-������������-��������-.>������ <?>  ���HUH


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