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': Tliey 'were;-, captured7J}v:^RuSsiah  /loi-pedbboats, while; iii^the'v^act; of  /!ppaciiing:':nearv;Odiiu'a^L3  ':'7?--Shanghai,;^  ���'" steamer: Buleiiig<arrived .here;today;  ^haviug^iiVilOAvLaiRLissiaiii.torpedo--:  y3)Gat:destrpyer-whielf 'slie;;had:fouiid  :-' helpless';with.'' three:destroyer, crews  ���aboard;' the' tw:0:exfra: crews having:,  vbeeu   picked- up -flu ring'.the recent  ���''.iniyal fight. .-;���������������:'��� ���-���' ;���':v':f::;.- ���- :::- -;: ���'  "7: Paris,; June 6.���-Foreign : Minister'  ; Delcasse   has .'tendered bis .residua-'  tioii-ou   ::!i3coi!"ntv:oi;tiie'diflei-eiices  over  the   M-oroocau.iptestioiy   .H'B  -resignation has been accepted.��� ;���/"..;'.;i  :    ..Durban./ Natal,;';;Jntie: 6.���.IJp^o,  the   preseiiit   time   bvem^440 corpse>  have ; been    recovered,'.including  :;:inostly' ,Hindoo    laborers,  ;a;:  lew  Europeans aiid. a n.uni'b'.erof natives.,  all  ��� of:. whom :;had7 last; their lives  :lhrough a' hurrieaiie which recently  swept over Natal and which caused;  .:the;..subseq,uent..burating:.bf.:a large  reservoir: at   Piuetown.    There are  .still many bodies'uiirocpvered. .  .  : Tacouia, ;AVash..,-;Juue:  6.���The  officers   of  iii-e . Steamship    Lyra,  '���which'arrived   here  tonight,   slate  ���that   a'.; few-'.-days   ag-o tliey sighted  eighteen '--'Japanese'. ,transports bear-  - ing an' army, for the seige of-Vladi-  vostock. ���'.'-���:..  ���  St. Petersburg, June 6.-- All' no.n-  '��� combatants   have   been  .ordered <to  leave Vladivostock.  St. Petersburg,,- June 6.���The  police of Riga yesterday discovered  a bomb factory and fifty bombs,  many daggers,, revolvers and other  arms were seized. -A number of  persons who' were, in the place at  the time of lhe raid made a desperate fight before they were made  . prisoners.  St. Petersburg, June 6.���Governor-General Trcpoff has been appointed assistant to the Minister  of the Inferior.  Paris, June 6.���A. semi-official  despatch from SI. Petersburg gives  a decidedly more hopeful view of  paace  in ' llu near .future.    This is  particularly thie-fi^ini/'asUindnoii'if  cpucerhingHheififiity of'tlie foi-eign  ���pressure;';^  is-.iibt- y<elv; evident wiletlicivpiyiiot  Ri!ssia;;;,winpyi'eld7;tb Vihesc-butside  'hifjuehces.7-7:7'S^  :.7StvvPelers.l^  .lias iyractically^agreed^tb^tlieiintefii-  hie!it,;;;pf ;;severai ;;iviissian': warsh ips  af7Mahtfai;777'^:;"-'^ 7;:'-'v"77  %:Froni vall^pyerv; Russia;7cpiiies;;re;  por'ls-v^tli'atvf-v^i'giiatp  a in b n gs t^: t i i e^S pfcia 1 is ts,; a re^af r gi 1 i'g.i  Tor^a-i-mai:^  .6rstrikes.77-:':''77777-^  ; - .-.Moscow,; ':i June' '.'���' i;y .>��^h;';:;'spite/"pf:  einphati-c-oniciaf prbhibitiohfand.aji;  orders totlie'cbii trary, the: all-Rus-  ���sian^Zeinstyps;; Congress ^re^assem-;  bled here;.;io'day,'-.-afid7 the\^delegates  met.in,private houses;��'About -2S0  delegates:^fromi;;\-arioifs"rZehistvps  .and;:.:;maihiicipalities;:; iucludhig--;the!  uia}-brs:-;;of:;t\ve!ity-nye';iarger,(:itie  arrived, in'Moscbw.^yesterday to1" attend; -{he ''congress.>::It is^propqsed  t b;;:i n t rod nee;: strongly, ���worded. re'sp-:  lutions cal^  cessatipli- of hosti2ities. i;::;?.:;^i-��� :;--  ;;;L;AVashiiigtpa;j.infe7.r;rrA:despatch  a-eceived;he-re: today states t If atrseyeiQ  Russian- colliers, which for somej  daj-s. have''been; anchored K at .Woo  Siing, .������������:China'i'~:vviil''clo'ubtiess.'be'.' interned. ; It is also reported that a\  number ;of Japajiese wessels,' 'probably" cruisers, - have tieen sighted  off Sutzlaff;!';;:;;;  The Russiaw torpedoboal��� tiestroy-i  er ! Bordi; ha�� ;been interned '.'.- a,t  Shanghai..;":;.,;  '���-Victoria, V' K.:.i'C.- June-;8:-^The  Canadian Pacific Railway" today  cbuvpleted tthe deal for the purchase  p'f: the EJ.and-vNi' Railway. :-The  traffsfer . includes the. .whole of the  mil way holdings ;and 'a laud; gra nt.  of 1,500,606 aci��S,wi.thbuf the coal  rights.,.. ;.:;i::"y.^ :;,:���:...:;.-.-; .7..^'  . 70ttawa, Out.-;; June a.---Sir Wilfred Laurier,, replying to a question  froiu Dr. Thotapson in the Plouse  of Coumaous today, said that Mr:  Congdoh., as the new ,-le'gal- adviser  for.the-.yukou. district, would have  no seat on. the council thereof and  would not be permitted to engage  in private practice.    '..'���"  Vancouver,, B. C, June S.���A  burglar stowed himself away in the.  Carnegie Library in this city last  evening aud, after the biiildiug had  been closed for the night, he ransacked the whole of the top floor  and secured a number of valuable  coins, several gold nuggets and a  case of rare gems., the latter being  from a collection owned by the Rev.  Dr. Roland 'Grant. -From this collection of itself, which was placed  on exhibition as a loan, the burglar  would enrich himself by over  $5,000 worth. There is apparently  no clue as yet as to the identity of  the person who committed the  theft.  Plymouth, June 8.���-Submarine  boat "A 8" of the British navy was  lost   with   all   hands   outside   the  breakwater here I his; ���n'i'or.i'iiiig while:  uian6eu\;rihg.' ; T;lrree;separate;;ex7  ���plosion's 'are''���'''said-s'.''tp.;have';occurred,  011 board tlievesseiJjefore-slie;fbuucl-  ef'ed.'.<..Slic. had-ajcreW'offourteen-  pfficefs'a'iiil men,-all;6f7vl]oru;7werei  ei11 ier-biown -to ;pieces7br : drowned.';  ;7;:,St.1 vPelersbif fg;';jnne:- 8- ���Ai 1; the  ;Russia:rife)^spaj5ej-S; are^calhilj'jdis-;'  cussing' :the jurgent ������ advisability - of  e'hdiiig^tlie^fwa'r^  terms.;.;,are'^ reaspnable; ;?'vTliei76ne:  a'iid^all"declare that; ;the ;payrhefit of  avliea'vy;indemnity:;would,:-be;; too  humiliatihg.': "The''7,|R'i.i.ss^vi:;-;.;s.a'ys:i  ;'We-are'-''fi^  cracy, "notTthe hiotlierlaiid7and7we  would.; not 7tolerate:,-a-; disgraceful  peace ;,";;^-7f';;;.,;;-:::::\:-;;v-7:'v,-7;;^  7;;;jVanc6uver,;B:;;C;,..:jufie -S.~;Tlie  coiis'tru'cti'6��Vof-'a';'bra'ficii''-6f4-iie  adia'n'Pacific '''���RanwaAV.fxpnivSpences.'  .BfidgeHb .Nicola will be^cbiurrieifcea  on Moiiday, next.; ���[:   '\ '��� .;;���^:::, 77?-"'VC6  f:<iCpiin ty; Co;urt; Juaffe.  ^^Tlie;^  ;has7'eceived-the : folio win gHelegf am  ���from:;-vMn*-WniL;7^p"an-^  At 1 iu-Go 111 ox,; in. reference to.ithei  Coiiuty Court Judgeship:���^; ; ���'". 7';:  - ���''tOltau:a,7Jiii]-e ��� SV 1905.-��� Order-  itf-Gbuncilappoihtiiig Young Cbui'i-  ty Gou.r-t Judge .being... .pushed  through.;this'\veek:.i.-vW. Sloan," ���-  : ��� [The ��� .-gentlemannamed in the  above despatch is F.~Mc.B^Y6ni.]gY  brother of Dr. H'.'.'.'E.. Young. ���Ed.]  Items of News. -  ���:;.-Two "men were killed by an express train .at Swa-ntpn., Vt;:, -while  the3>- were Tiding'-on a hand car. -7"  ���'. A '.Baltimore man -....shot himself  twice in the head iu air attempt, to  commiI suicide. '��� Pie -wii 1 recover.  .... A. woiuan.'.in -Texas .drowned herself and" three children; in, a 'creek.1  her crime being a result of domestic.troubles.   - v .77  : The Algomo Steel Co., of.Sault  Ste. Marie, have started making  ioo:pound rails, t-he heaviest iu use  on any railroad.  1 Win. Ziegier, promoter -of Arctic  exploration, died in: N\ Y. state last  week from injuries received in a  runaway accident some monthsago  Gessler Rosseau, pleading inno  cence, has been couviclad and sentenced to three years imp'risoument  for having sent an infernal machine  aboard the .steamship Umbria at  New York in May., a903.  The deepest gold mine in the  world is the "New Chinn Railway  Mine" at Bendigo, Australia. Its  main shaft is sunk to the depth of  3,900 feet, or .only 60 feet short of  three-quarters of a mile. "The men  ���naked from the waist upward���  in the tunnels-and general workings  are kept, cool by means of sprays of.  cold water continually playing on  them bom overhead branches of the  mines waterworks.  7;;77-7.7;--Miriihg^^^  ; 7Duhipsv: ���onvGokf.y.Run ] and:Tarl!  :FJats; are;:beihg;7^1eane;d Kup.;:,aiicl,;;v  while; licit ;as-go6d:: as. last year, -tliey;.  vv"a'ce's.-.,:'":'.--:'::';,;!:; "J/^i- ;.v;?.7;''^^-v-i-:!;  7-TheB;A��� DredgeCo;-.;have a'iarge?  crew;7��f :men?''aK7wor;k^  new;lips, on-the;: btickets;ahd 'expefct"'  t.6;; h a ye: t lie; :<d redge - i ii ^opera i ion 76n '7  -Mbn day;:;;; :Th e; ;7K;ey s to n e 7d iri 11; wiH 'Z  ;be:wbrked;:iti:adyauce^  the intentiPn:;beihg|lo;lbbsehv;up'ihe?  jfard-.pau,-which caifsecfcbifaifierable;;  difii6ultj',;las't;;year:" 77: "V ''���^���-������.Z^-tZZ:.]  7The ;iB..;C: Dredgiug7Gb;;. \vhicb7  was.;;or.gaiiized7last;year:a'iid^  the;::erection ��� of a{dredge;pii ;Spriice:5  ':Creek7'wi!l7^  imniediate ^ftl^^re.7;;;T^lley;'e;xpect ;a:y  large ;:-cfe\v.;-of.nieii .wlio;:are cOmingX  in;tb;complete :-the7canstructi6i)7of "  tbe;.::machi!ie.7;7;It'7wiil;:;te  operation;;iu;abbut:sijc/;weeks!and its :  power V'vvyll;; ,;be'7supplied7fr6iujhe'.::  Piiie;.C!;eek;;Power.;Hbiise.7V7.77:.7.7::--!  "v7Tjie7^3ritisli^Am^  :Cp::,";Ayhp;Qwn.the;;Piife'.Gr^ek:^  ;House,7inteiid;7eHlat^ihg3fjje'4ola^  duriiigf7J:h"e},.:Ap're^  ca|yaei U-jpKTiOpoi:h6rsetpp\ver.-f;;:'Mrv7  ^; Sutcliffe,;electrical.,;'engineer;. be-^  ing in -charge:-p.f.".the-.work. l.To-7  wo.r.d a ":.t lie '2 m i d<1 te [iiS. flie.sum merit.;  is;-the:intenti6n!tp;put -on   a shovel,-  .runy-by.'.cbEijiressed air, at Tar Flats  and alsp.l���.vo��� electrical  locomotives  to :dra w the dirt to -the sluices.    .;..'.  '^7 The'annual "re port", of''the "Minister"--  of Mines'' has been received.7.There ���',  are aboiit tb-iriy-eigb.t pages devoted  to the Atliii District and- the report  oil the; whole is very favorable.   :,;;":-  - ; Mr. .Q. B. P^erry,;who visited the";  ���camp last.3-ea'r, is : expected in soon  with "a prew -of men.   It is ,'his indention to'engage in.extensive prospec- ,  ���tiiig-work in the:district. - "'-'  ���'���"���;'Mr.;' -Robert   McKee ,has just returned from the  O'Dounell ..valley,  where.:.he has keen prospecting for���  the.last five   months.    PIigh   water  forced    him   to  discontinue for the  present, but he, will  return to   his  work iif;a few weeks..     ..  Gapt. Arthur "Dick, late =of the  Tepee, is now prospecting on Taku  Aim. ;,  ..High, water on Spruce Creek is  rapidly subsidiiig and all work is  being vigorously pushed ahead.  Miller, Simpson and Carmichacl  have installed a small piping plant  on their lay at "Nugget" point on  Willow Greek and .are getting-gooil  returns.  From the Recording Office.  - Staked and Recorded.  ���-"Discovery,''' creek claim o;i  Otter, by Chas. A. Taylor and John  Dunham.  "Louise," mineral ��� .claim ov."  Boulder, by H. Malum.  The recorder reports a busy.wee!c  iu his office and .states that-there  have been -over .twenty transfer*  aud 'bills of -sale -of .mineral, auf  placer claims booked w.iJliiu t-lni  hist few da.)^  ���'i'ibj! t!nr^j.i-i.im.r.'��Ts  ^���j-Tei'^'ii!.;ur^ atlin 7//��77^  ' "h*'\^   '���     -; -i" ��� /-���' A : '���>'V ?1--"������** ��� "' ���   --'���  71 "ili'P.'-'- A'p5<": VJ ?P>! ^IT'  THI; ATl-fri CLAJiVl'is pumA^nrrn rvrnyir-A-runqnY  .���Mo'niiii'o.; '���* wAii.ro ,Knt:c: ro anv PAnr of thc  v>C/ni.>^ rori t*!o- crrj7."i per ivcmth ; 3.c.oo rr.fv  y:,^. rt-n'rCTTiT'iric. fi atr:rv:,*.���.no pfw inch each  iNr,E.i''.:r't; r,c*-.pir.o' ��OTici:s.,��n nnuto a line.'.  ��� Tl^C{���;;/.t.   '-.ATiifS.- OT! 'Af-PUCATIOM.    ' -  ~-<cv  JOB POINTING :'  DILL-HEADS,  - ...       t* O S.7 C ft f., ���' VI3IT INR .C'ftHOC,  " LETTEn-HCAOS, .'  PriOGRAMMES, .     CTC.',  CTC.';;./;/' v.  onbeno   khomptu'v 'cxcci/rco.    ', .7  ''.^.'.";;- -,;''7:-:::';;':-PRict:G- fiio'ot.n,\TC.     ���' :7- 7';..   :.:���;: ' .   ;-,. ���...���7.  :.    .��� This Atlin Ocai?.t'>Pum.*i3i-nno Co': ������  ���'.Wi-   Po,)'iT>AUDi ;; GitANT.7 ElUTOK-MAtiAGKls'-;;  ";y;:;.-':''7:-':-:::',:'-::   ^IR-E^V-i-^'^Tv^:  -:..,v., :4..:-.���--���-.-, ��� :������...:-,;;;���..-....'. ... ..; ......:,���::;.., ..;.;::'..:::;;^;v:...,-.  ,.;.- Mr. ; W7 I)-: Bruce;,  representing  77theiLondon.. &:;La"ucasJiive;Eire::Tn-  ;77siirauce/Go.:, was;in-Atlinthis; week  7 inspecting the risks carried ;by'hi?  ���^company/   In an inter view he said:'  ��� .7''That;in order to.improve the.local  7;..;situation^from auion-fire '.standpoint  ' :; it. would; Be a- wise1 move   to /piili  ." .down and remove, all obsolete build���  ���"-;������'���,-" -ibgs, especially slab . imi!dings7.aud;  -'- structures' unfit for occupancy, along.  :;  ;w.itli ..tents": - and -canvass- awnings  -  and :f all  slab roofs.; --There -should  '-'..;.be  an:-prdiiiaiice curtailing/the use  7. .ofgasoline ..and'the  indiscriminate  1 ,::Storiiig--of- savme7i.i^.occupied ;prenf-  ;;; tses.., .In; this,respect I:"might recall.  ;;,;/vtoj'6ur;miud  tliedisasferous fii:e.at  7-Dawson, when;; tl-e7':Yukqir Sun"  '-plant was totally de'stroyed-and one  ;. ;iuatv nearlj:;.bur,i:ed.Ho;..doa.tb,;due4p;  an   explosion    of .gasoline   which  '  wrecked the building in which sxere  '.-'eight ..or   nine'.; men whodiad a'rnir-  ���''..-��� acu I iVus; escape.    The  loss /to  the  ���''" proprietors ofthe paper- was  nearly  $20,000   and    the; insurance .com-  v    panics  lost $5,000.    It was proved  ������,. 'that the total amount of gasoline on.  the  premises  at the time of the fire  'was less-, than   oxs; gallon."  -, s The careless manuer'iu which;de-  . bris   of all   kinds  such; as packing  'cases,   saw  dust, scrap lumber/old  , -sacks and  other inflammable ;stuff  ;-. was   scattered , around -'.was.also 're-'  "���7. marked- upon by .Mr.-.-Bruce, and he  ^suggested   that -an order to remove  and clean up   aH'.-sucIi" litter .'from  back   yards   aud   vacant lots would  not only lessen the.danger of a general   conflagration- but   greatly, enhance-the already'beautiful .appear-'  ance   of our city, to say nothing of  the "benefit   of such   a cleaning up  from a health point of view.  Mr.. Bruce, left .on-Thursday for  Dawson una Fairbanks, ..where he  will remain some lime,"returning to  the coast in I lie fall.  .;.' "-':-''Ii6h'g,-?.c r^Spaldin^; ��� 7.:':7::  Concerts ., Were . Enjoyed by; Atlin  ;;������;.-������     arid/Discovery; Peoplp./  .The:, conrerts. giyen by/these: talented young.'ladies;   of:  which1,we  gave notice-last ;wcek, were all .that  we: predicted.   On -Saturday/evening'  last.a'Cpncert was.held iii.the-Grand:  Hall  at  which .the:.-Spruce  Greek  Orchestra assisted," and   udiich was  thprougbly; enjoyed.     :Mr;,J7:A.  r'Vaser'/.G'phl.-Go.mniiss.ioneri-'iJrcsid-  ed .and,:-isi.::;an:appropriate,speech,  introdiiced .theaftistspf the cvehing.  ;,'This visit,;: we believe; is/the; iirst  ofifsi.kind eyermade-to. the: district:  afici  .we, .regret:.; very much /indeed  "that/pelterv/patronnge -was-not-extended to: Miss  T,ongacfe:7ind,;:her-  associale,; Miss Spalding/ who  were  certaiii.!y-7eii tilled ::-to-:largerUipu��es.;,  We thi'tvk it;a shame that/the;public  did, ,not:  turn; -oiit ;as; tlfey;shpuld  havadone, iffor .116 .other, treason,  than" that; itywas a sorry:advertise-  ment for���:the district and a reflection  (jpon;;pu7:;innsical:intelligeuce7:/It:  certainly was/ a- privilege:to hear;a  traii;pd.:,-',.voice, .and  MissLouga'cre  showed/.; in ;-the'/-'rendering :'pf';:'her  songs/ that; she was a master,.at;,her  art, her. enunciation and'.expression:  beiugisirnply perfects :::':;;;:::7"/: ; :/;l  7Miss:Lo/iigacre;also delighted her;  ah diei 1 ce. wit h readi 1 i'jjs a nd ��� her id re-  sen la lion '. of .^.."One/Day tat  Arle"  wasexceedin'gly well;.dbue/.;deiif6h-  straling/: as - it did' -li'e/r.-:very.-'strbn'g..'  dranialicjibiljty...777''' ���������;/-/:--i/'1/--'. ���,���������./'������:  ���;:���. Atliii,7c/an!iot-.;bbast-of;:its,mus-  iciansVand to say that'it .was a'treat  to.hear. Miss .Spalding... in, .lief pianoforte selections would be far sliorl: bf  t.h'e 111ark.    We, predict a future for  ���her..;. ...Her.   touch-: and;, execution  certainly showed lier to be a zealous;  student ;.':-and   one;  who, lias   been  trained under first class masters.    \  -   ,On'���'.Tuesday evening-,   a .second  concert  v.'as given ;at"Discovery, at  which   Dr. Keller and. the; Spruce  Greek Orchestra assisted.    If possible, .both ladies excelled  themselves  and were well received.  .'.-Wli..y"'j5-ESll'6yT  VVilliN. .Y'O.trCAN. Gli.'t GOODS.,U>',Ciflff,AI'-J113.tl3Sy;.'.-������'���- ''f;;:y'r   ';"���-.'  .:..'-^'.,|'A-tliiV,-'^��s!3et-/iv.,.ii'.''Graple7R :^1:.:l'il't?fi;^1/J!>xv<!l.'-:V lnn''"  -tact u.rnd ')", 1111�� (>ri?ini^;-s..    .���_'       .'���'':-'���'.'":. [',: ��� -,-' ;'.������  "' .'-.   :;.',,'.;.:::;   '   :/,' :.  . .Ifino  Kc"'\v  Ht <>(.'!; 'of   Writclier.," Cloclts,' Jexvsiry/i"1') '"DismcnUs  Wiitdii'es froiii .-yri.yirii[i.   ;���    ,   ".'���' . ���.'���:'������'.���,.'���.  ��� '.--V..'-'.-" ';���''";'.'':"'.:���'���" "'  -.'.���''������' Silverwni-o, Cut'G.Iacc, !-3and;PaitTlGcl!Chir.a, Souvenir Spoons-  JIJiES^^EK^i^ONv  v.c,--: ATLIN'; AKD-DlSCOYljliY,.;,,.::::  ;:WATGHMAKERS:/: AN&'::7^ANUFAOT  They   arc ;Waiting\f<oi'.[ Yoii!;  TfSnsa-^-'EZ  IN  ol^w- : ea ta ���: ta. '*) r ^..^1 ty  '7".'v7 .'���"������   ��� QiSp^iG&s zswsfl:'������aso ^MJJife<Sfe^sr��7/'-:Vv"///'���/  7;/:-'/-7./'/:^Ai;so/';Gbl/D;::^^  ia7Ei:i/H;aij3lgi  -./:;;7' AilZeaVsisf&iy^]  % '/,':,.-<���. :���:..-��� ������'"������','��� .���:'���':���������:--' '���;-���. ";'::;������.-'���::'-:-;; \^;x:'r:  "*��-.:���..��� -;.-.-;,,:;:?;:;:.;-.: 7ati,iN,.: b;..:g..,:,.:; J-;;-.,:.';;,;;  J;/;shelf;and;'iiea��y^hXri)ware7:  H-.';.,;;. .7Tlh,-,aiit!;.Gs:'aiii-te; Wai'e'i'-r.''."-1:.,   '7:'.,'  '    ; iVJinei-s' anci Blacl'lsn-.tths' 'Supplies,  :*S~!  poors "'a r.d.AV.i p.d cws.  FKFSsi;��tx3*t3..ams��J,&a����&&ss'fc  ��airMi aa;^;]?aci ^lffi&^^ y:. '7////.  .-;';':'V:7.:-;/>-;:r-7'7-'';.'7ALA'SKA7R'OUTE  :- S//S.:TRiNGES/S a3EA/TR  7s.; s7:;/P:R/incess/may;;;77: ;;/7  .;; ���'.::;;-;:/;,-;. ;;,:,. Saiiinjr .froin.S ks^iivay 3 p. ro.':;,  v;;:7.':-.v ���'-?-���."'':''-;- ��� ';���  :.'7V:::7;-:-;;-; :/;-;-Difecf"7b/.y  ;''-''"Traiisiiortiiis.'iiy i-siiI oi- sitiiamoivto Seii.ttld.'-vvitlioiit-.oxtra elmrgc. v /  We/Kivc'quiolt service; -N ^^7,7,^ ':-:;;"  7t';:; '';;'T'v:;;; -'ji'S-trates or^^  ;-:-'.-v,.'- '���" .--''���'������'���...-'      '.-'���;-';   ���:::.:,- " "���.-. ;���' . :;' v'rAiro'iit.'.SUup-wny.  Through  Li lie  from   Skag-uay- to: Atlin,: .White   Korse,^ Big" Salmori,  ���;,,-.. Dawson and ail ih term cell ate points. ;,:       :.- ;', -:  Finely appointed trains t'siiy, oxcep-i Swr.day.-"b'stween' Sksicjuay,''Caribou"  ������      aiidVWiiifcahorsG.   Cas-ry i's-.asor-.sors, Bsssase, IVin-! End F.k  Miss Longacreaud Miss Spalding  left Atlin vvilh the best of wishes for  its future, and we bespeak, for. them  bon .voyage on their trip through  northreastern Alaska..  Dominion Day Celebration.  At a meeting-"of the business men  Pulp and Paper. Mills for B.C.  The Western Canada Pulp and  .Paper Go., capital $2,500.000, has  been successfully floated in Loudon.  The mill-!, which are designed lo  produce 18,000 tons of "news"  paper aud 7,500 tons' of sulphite  jniip annually, are to be built at  Powell River, 70 miles north of  Vancouver,, where the company-  have acquired 3,000 acres ofiree-.  hold land and a water power capable -of generating 25,000 h.p. Mr.  Alired Garmichael, of Atlin, staked  the abwvc power right in i.'.'.qcj for  the Pacific Coa.-t Power Go.  and citizens held at Discovery last  Monda}' itvvasarranged to have, a  two-da;/ celebration, June, 30 and  July 1st, in bur sister town. ���'���:.-���.  The   first  clay will  be devoted to  baseball,    football    and     shooting,  with a smoker in thc:eveniiig at the  'Mugget hole!.  The second da}',-will be taken up  with all kinds of racing and .other  sports, followed by a dance at the  Gold Hoiir.e in the evening.'  The, prizes will be many and  ��� handsome. ���     "  In counectioii with the sports the  committee are going to give a beautiful silk gown to  the most popular  lady���"The Queen of the Day"���'in  the   camp.    Ballot   boxes   will   be  opened   on   Monday next  at  Atlin  aud.   Discovery and   ballots  can be  obtained-for.the small price of 2 for  two-bits. ..Votes   will   be   counted  every   night  and   bulletined "and a  weekly:summary will appear in Tin-;  Ci,ai;',i'.    Tlu  final count will take  place at U.30 p.m. June 30II1.���Vote  early and often.  xpress-  TIME   SCHEDULE-  OF.; FiftST   CLASS   TRAINS :..-;  ���      '    ,     No. I.���North !ionii'il."|   No. 2.���Soiit::'.Ho'iii'kI.   ,:.,    :  '.-';-��� il.llil ii.ni. I.v.:    : SKA UUAY-      Ar.  4.:i0.i>.ni.       '    :   ;":.    v   '-.".:���.:  .U.H) n.'ii.T.v.     .--'OAKlHOtJ-    ,1-v.l I.SU'a.ni.       ,  -.'��� -(.IM l'j.m. Ar. WliiTIi iiOKSKLv. Sl.olln.in.     "';'  '���/:��������� ' '"/ TiiVIE   SCI-vEDULE   LAKE  ;STEAiV5:EOP.TS'- : ���.-"..  f.eavo CAitlHOU 5 -p.-ni. ���'i'liosiiuyt",      Arriva A I I,iN '.1 a. in. Wi'di.-iwdiij-s..  ; '" " H p. in.  [''i-idn.VK,       -      -.       '     "     - ;'.J li. iu. Sutiir"Ui3-s:     v    ; ,-.  f.cavo ATI,FN n |.-. m.-'M.oiulayN, :        -   Al-i-ivo:CARIBOU 7'a. t��. 'i'urtulo.vs.  . .,.  . ,.........;..'���......'.:'."'   ���' .5 j). in. Tnin-oday.-f. ������'-'!'������'������       "    .-    ���1..a.ii!.'l-"rii!ays'..';.'-..-".  isO'|Kiiinfls-iif lm'.:!*iiKo'��'il.l.l>o clic'c'Ucfl fr'eb'vvitb.caoli full lartitii-iiet HiidTri  noiiiido  with eaeli lia'lf fai-e ���tiukutl ���'."������'    ���'������-',     '    ., ' .        ;       ,     -", '���''������.'.,  "'-.   "     . /  Passengers must-'is at ilepots-.in'timoto linve luiKfruse laspeott-u ami <:liec!'.eu.  .    ,;,.������--  .--.-, ;  Time Seiioiliiles are t.-nbject to change v.-.i'.ho;;t, notice. .-:v. '"''..: " ' -.  ';- :.-";'.   -:    '; ��*?"������"���.��� Bc'sgsgs   P onded ;-Throisgh.   ���"  . ��� ,'lfoi-  iniormiition. relativo'-to ������PiiKs'uiij'rr," I'l-eight,'  Kxpre.ss mid Tclvjri-iiiili IJates,:  aptilv to any a<;ciit of the Company or to v      ;   '.  M..J.'n.WH[TE;O.W&.l'.A.,;: .: .:VJ.   LI PECO?/: BE ,���������:���.��� ���Ri.n.-r-|NNEO.:Asst.C-;.l'''.'&l-'.:'A:,  Yaneouver, 1!. C. ..'���'...'������  Acjent At'in. .;���'.���'���     SKatriiay   Alaska.,;     ;;v:  JT-     BATHS --'- --.���-������  o/i^o/BARimR'SHOP ;/;  '.���F.'.'SHIKLDS &��� lirio.Y Dukhaji..  ; .  Now oecnijy tiieir iu:w  iinurtiira next  to the Utuilt of II. N. A..-.Pirst S.treet.  The liatli rooms are'equally as jrood a�� fonn-!  in   oitios.    Private  Htitraiseu for ladias.  ��� MMS- SHOEMAKER-  R. ���WHITI'TELD, will be-in AtUn  about the last of May with a.'full  lot of ILvsn-MAui.!, AVatkktight  Shoes.    Hold, your orders for him.  :     DISCOVERY, BVC. /    7..  A Strictly  First-Glass  Hotel.  Di:iiug--Ropm in cpnueclion.'���'.        .:  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  ED.  MDS, 'Prcpi'Sfitos',.;  Bal-moral- 'i^otel.  r-iTT^iTtrs-:/izt!nji-^K=  I   Have   Re-opened  n��   &��3?��B   Lmmsdrtf.  ������On the Waterfront.  Men's Suits Cleaned and liepiiired.  .AU'Wot'k Guaranteed.  Goods Culled lor and Pslivered.  Cash on Delivery.  Ml"S.  M.   Feilll,    Proprietress.  Miller-  Discovery^' B..C  IvIoLasTin  311,  Proyrietors.  Finest  Liquors and Cigars.  Good   Stabling.  IOTEL '��� VANCOUVER,  ���Johnson   &.   Dime,  Discovery.  Propi'ictors.  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED WITH  THE   E3EST   OF   GOODS  Sum*  JeStsastosaOf   Prm?'  OPEN  DAY AND NIGHT.  PI RST-CLASS RE.STA UR A NT  .-     .   .    '   -IN.:  CONNECTION.  Ilemlinuuti-r.-i   for  l)i.\nn's  stane.  ;'<;<  5 -H<1  }q  '-**,,  \ iv1  '/  a-.'-1  3 Da  ����� :��� ^tl.in./ib^  .��.ur7.Stoi&M  ,:/���,.���*;;  -  J  ::7/:/'lines  ' A./7'>';.Cb:',-'Ltci7^:7/'-;-;./--7;7;:-:;-  Zk '  .-A.'S'.; QifO^S^Proaiaeiiti  -;.-;:. ;������������.;���;.���; ���; ///G;ala /Days,;; 77! 77/::7/'  ;/&pri!cp,Ga'C>:ck: Rpys^Camb Dcv^n -on  "''/������:'.V-";-^'/Maisse:>i'n'd;/A.tli^  :7:7r':-':;:aay;:;A;ttii,e.7^':-::7r7:"-::i7-'''7' -7;'  /;7 Pfeaded; :by;Tonf.Wliite':;as:;stan.-;  ^dar(! ljeafcr^ ;Mr;:Gh;arlts:B;ikcr,-;:iis:  7 j if a rsl i a 1! ,7 n) oi f iff cclyoi 17/ Old -,S i Iyer:  V���Tip';'vfCAV-h'b.'.''\\^s';.q.iiifc. sppriiive: w-iib:  ;,'". li is gar 1 a u d ;o f ������ fl a gs),7;a i id 7;M r.';; Par-  ^f-ot;: :is;;;domo -:inaj6i7:^wlio; ;,\vas;ar-;  frayed, as 'Uncle -Sam,: about 70 Of  ?:'thc Sptnce.Ci-eek;;:boys7swuiig;ititp;  .���/tbwif:/tq.;tlie:;straius'.of:'r'TherQ'll be;  ./if 71Tot7Tinie;^7^Avliicn 7-ipti^  /furnished,; ii}^';the.^Sprfice;:;: 'Creek  Band -^consisting / of ;a/ gold ,pan���:'  ���-kettle."druhij-r:., /wash  tub--as bass  .;-drum^7/twp7cp7iiets;-,a;;:;,fifeV;and  :Tlute^7-Ali;;:the'7stages. Ifad'beeifi-e-;  ��� -q'u i si ti o 11 ed".;.. fo r 71 he' ��� ������ t ri p Va ii cl;;; we re |  very   gay,;'wifh/,, their-'evergreens,;  ,:huntiifg::and:nags7;..7I^ot7siiice:iS99;:  :.:has/the;;towii;had7Sucli,a7.real. ;holi-:  i--driyta[)pea'runce;:asduriug;::the-three.  ;:Ias7days ;qf 1ast;;vi'eek"^  .7:The; prbcession':,;stOp/ped7 Toiig  ���i-.-enough.-��a'.t7-tlhe^-.Go'verument-:build-.  dugs for' ;Mr.:.;Hirschfeldj; t6.7get: ;^-  ?,jgpod;'phpto.;;:":;;7/77/7/77:'://"77:77:; ')it  ;7/70Yi:;the/;;eyeiivHg;/^  .y.efyil'arge'ancVsuccessfLil dance.was  ^leld^af^tke^  ������&pruce': :Creek.;; Orchestni fiirnisl 1 ed  vibe music, .whiclr was:p'f;the best,,  iiud' ;tliei7hosts,.; the" Spruce; Creek"  hoys, Sjiared no effort to give.every-:  ���one a good 'tiine:7:; The dance, lasted.  till.. 2 a.m..7 every body going home  .tired but happy:;.;7.7 7 ;;".7-..-"7/���'���:.'  7,7 On"Saturday the Scotia was chartered and the citizens of Atlin went,  .as v- lhe; guests, of, the ''-Spruce/Creek  ���boys,   for /&-' several   .hours/ cruise:  ''���aroiind---:-i;he:--'--.'lake;..and/:--Torey:iiiil.ei:r  "returning :a-biKit; S';';'p.m.;- In the;  .evening the '.'.Tj'oys.attended the  Lpngaci^e-.Siialdiug.. concert ,. in    a;  7iody;and,7J��dging  bytheir--.qu.6to-  of applause, it;w'as evidenI- that they ���  thoroughly e'njoyed:the program. .7  "Sunday was7 devoted /to   getting  ��� home���"Though7home 'was .never  ' like ' this,"  the   only excuse.-���being  that   practically all, of   Atlin's  re-  ���sources"for,pleasure and amusement  had.been exhausted. ;  It is a good thing to beawakened  ���once in a:whiieaud the ''OldTown'-'  was certainly kept very much alive.  All good wishes, to fife Spruce-  Creek boys and may they soon take  lhe notion again..  "���'I^ew-:'-Arrivals'.'"'  Farewell Dance.  - On Wednesday night a farewell  dance was given at the Kootenay  Hall, Atlin, to Mr. Ronald McLeod,  who, left on Thursday's boat for  Whitehorse. The dance was well  attended., a splendid spread was  -provided,���' and everyone enjoyed  themselves till early hiori'i.  " Mr. McLeod is one of the pioneers  .pf the district and has, for the last  few years, been interested i-i the  Northern Brewery. "Re'uuie" carries with him'all good wishes from  -the Atlin.camp.  : /Following- is"; a/list, of; those;; who  liave;i-eceiitl3^;irrived-]'er-;lhe Scotia:  ,..7f, Ju ue .:3rd���M. - \)c 7 Lamare, 7, M.  >Peilibr^F;/<^  Sutcii%;;//V^  SuiKlstroiii,;'���i;C-.:;A/7;Stocks7,7Mats  Wast; :j. A'::JAndersPii.;:; Jnne'ytli--^  Walter.' /Owcri7/:;ft'frs//W.7P\vei7:;W/'  S77Jhfrriss,7;Mi7:.aiKi^^^  liafnSj7;,S7 J'.'7PJibfiells,::.R7:Gafisbii7  Ed.v:-;Ercdiickspn,;/;Jinii EyiHui.^W.;  aY'7Mpor^  Monlgome f y7/ ' Jolin;/;:Telford,7 ,M.  Eole}7;7E7/: Wa j l7'MrsT- ;AT/ElusOii7  AV;i77:parker7 -w^Z^ep^rfc-  Quick; 70/ ,/T. :/Sw.itzer,/;R. McNea/;  W.; Maspiiy;,,H. .J.; ;Macdonaldv7Geo.  ;A7;%qAulay77^  Murph}';;;E.v;'D;; Egley//H.:BurifsJ:  Hv/Wiskln/;;//^  $&&^tfimiMm^nZ"$&M$M  A^^BM-Tw-::-  Auetibn7Sale of; Goyernmeht'Lotsi  ;��� ':7;:-.-.vr''.:'Atlin---.T6,wnsite'.-. v-:'-;:-."."-: :���:'���'  ���-'tNOTICG Ts herobyg'iveii that a sale by  iRuljlic'.Auctipti of lots coin prisiiiR-the ad<li-.  tiontpAtliucTpwiisite.-n-ill. be. held.atrtl'e  Provincial; Goveriirneiit;I.?ii tiding, 'Atlin./if-  .C.i'o'.ii.Thursday;"29th of:.'Jfiiie;i9.QS,'eoni'meii-bT;  ins' at.teno'cloeU, a.in.\7The,lotss.willil)eof-,  fei-ed .for side as siiji-divided into pareels of  ono, two and live acres or ffaction's thereof.;  Eneti lot vyill be sold to.tlio lii-;-hest, bidder  subject to a' reserve; price vvliie'h.vvill l>o;'a'ii-!  uouiicod a!/ the time of sale and which will  include improven'.enfs, if any. ���/���-������  Terms of Salo:���Oae-thi'rd cash on day of  sale, oiie-tiiiril in six months and the balance  in tv.'olye inonttis.. Ail-arrears subject to (i  per cent.'interest, until paid.  ������;������,.',; 7   -  ; A -plan showiiifr-the lots and sub-divisions  to be sold may besieeu at the Goveriiinent  Oificos tiny time during'office hours. -,-,  .;������'    ,;;.J.:a..fras.I!:r, ....,7;7::,,  Goveriiiiieiit Agent.  Government'������ Agent's .Office;  ���-''-. ,;Atlin; J3. C., Utii June,-39uO; 7 : '  .'  :M  "7 ' "Notice. 7/:7'  South AfkicanWVau Lanu Ghast'Aot.  S~*i RANTS of..'lai.iii iiiaile to: Volunteers,  V3T tli6ir lieirsOr assigns,.under'authority  of tiiis Act, are subject to the condition that  such lands" shall .have' been selected by the  ixranteos on or before -the first- day of July,  IP05. Notice .is, therefore, hereby.{riven that  ai));lications For such landsmiist be tiled at a  Government OfMee by that date.  R. i?. GRKI5N,   '-.'-���'.  Chief Comiuissionerof Lauds & Works.  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria, 13. C, 26t!i May, 1905. "   .'        JelO-l  "T^T<-!Tr<:K 'fs hereby, s'iven .tTiaC'.J, W. 'G.  Tilt,, shall api>ly within !!0 days from  date for permission to transfer the Luiuor  License of the ICirkhiiid Hotel, of Atlin, to  Joliu Kirklaud.  '.','���' W. G. TILL.  Dated this 'liitli day of May, 1905. m20-l  The Reliable Shoemaker7  ���'-.-'-���' DrscovKRY, B. C.  ������o���:���  Rubber Boots a Spscialty,  m, r lilliito- Lodge,  ��^   /Jf?A:\  >~ A- t7- & A.IV1. '  "^^vJ'f'p?,^-!\./<ix Ueg-ular   eonimuiiica-  V^W tions held  on   the   first,  //%ymip- y\ Thursday of each niontli  V     V/      �� in  the  A. O. U. W. Hull,  v Third Street.  Visitin;;; brethren cordially invited.  Por anything in the furniture line  see Regan.  Erowuslee & "McFarliine  En^bscrs and Suryzyors.  .1. I!. HIJOWMiKI-:. P. L. S.,_D. L.5.,      ,  ,1. \V. iVX'l'AUI.ANIi, C. li.  ;���SH7��RESS��Di7;^^  C.'.:..DOELKER';7',Wlana3o:'.:'.';;-''-.:.'::;^-.;,:'.7.:.';-��''-^  ^-"1 '-^'a:/: F*^"' ^ -^ Eta':.'-':":-i:::-'-:-:->:- :-i^^ f^; ='"?X;; ��� 'f^r:V^w^^ '������-���':-"'"--v;;--7^'://;:'  -SUCGESSORSKI'O-  I��|esale7/Mler��^  gjMJl S��i,  L6cai7Agrnt :. M^;R:7jAMiijso:w.7::7-HHAD::.OFKicn : Yancouvkk:,;:B.-G;"  wsm  THK/DINING-ROOM//IS/QOND  ��� ���������������'.- ;i:- :;.nrT  ,���;-'���:.-- [-."���-- S_i-  i^ip';ieBMi)/^  DiSCOVERY.   b; fCr  ��-7Gv':'H7LiIMissehr7P5'op7:f*;-:f>7^  .Restaurant, in Coaneetiou  Under  Sew and Capable Jfanaseinciit.  THl;/;/;gtJ|ii^  -:;������'-/ ,P l.'XOJyl ���;' BROTHERS,/Pi-ofir:c/-io;"s..- //  .-'"v"  " "' r~C,���;-'���-    . ������ , : &j}*>-���: '������-������ ;-;     ���- ' ������   _s  ';/-.--  ������-'---������       .:���_���.*���.���,,  7/ Eool   &-   Billiard sr / Free./. 7/���  Freighting /and -Jearfmg:  ��� .Horses'-:ahd-;. Ri^s for; Hire.  TPi*i'^ : '^IliW'A'l' : W% ^W��F P7 '���������"  /ll|.7/l���#;m.:/^  ;-/ TALLM IRE   &   BEWNETT, /Prcptvetpi-s. ///     / ; ",  r      :      ..Corner Pearl anci: First Streets, Atlin, li.:C. .  FIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CiC^IitSirJ  CHOifESr YVSNES, UO'JOSS'-AWa. CHJABS CASE GOOSiS A Si'LCiALiY.  Tlie; Canadian^ m-./ C��n@rc  "CAPITAL/PAID / UP    $10,000,000.       '.^  ' RssiiP.VK, .$3,500,000.".'-;,'  Branches of the'-Bank at Jeattie, '       '  San Francisco,  Portland,  '������''.- "���'��� Skag-Avay, ���eic.  Goi-u Dust Pukchaskd���Assay Oiunac tn Gonnmctiok.  D. ROSS, Manager.  'Eg EMlJlEIMS.-WORKS,' ITL.  VANCOUVER, Bj-C.  SPECIALISTS    IN  ilyciraylfe P%mm�� MmtMmm-m  ,   HYDRAULIC    GrANTS, . WATER   ;OATES,  RTPFLK    BARS,     ' '        STKHL   R1TKTTKJ)    .PIPJi,  HOISTS,  'MINING    CAGKS     a:;d    -0"RK    GARS.      ,'  PJ'IADE   TO   S4=-ECW\'i.  T>��S'K��N.  A.   C.  HiBSCHFELD,   Ageiit for Atlin  DistsJet-  L  ^^^^m^^-^M^^^^^^^^^^����^^^^^^^^^^ |I';;.T  .";ATLXN7-fB.;.;C.,//v  Is^f:'  JIIIS  I.;- ;?';'t;S:'*��'.^;;;j  :t t i.-.v.-.  *'&  ,'���*.  ->.; Local- .Events:.  7 'Iron/beds, ma/tu/esses^uid; springs  7 at7R.egah's.7/'':;:. /7 "rv-'.:";'"���/"���.'���.7-7./  :'���������; \W:G.'; Horlli^of ;Butlei;ville, is in  ;    town'on a visit.;/: : "'-'",77''.  '/,7 Sale; Deposit /TV/anils :;at 7;Jules'  7 ;Egg;crL-s.7 Rates;^'reasonable. ;''';77-  .-77McDonald's;: Grocery", .makes. a-  7/specialty"of;fresh eggs- and butter.  ":" 7:J^ A.;,'Ouicl77::iccouutaift; of;the  ���/7B7A7Dredgii)g Go/, cauie/iirpii the  7 "last boat.7- ^'-'77-)-':--;'.,:7''.::,'7"---'':;7'7--'- '-T  ,:7 '/Mrs. -��� Peter's';, bread���the -best in  ,-: the, camp-��� can be obtained at Pi.il-  .-, .man's Atlin a'i id ������Spruce Creek stores.  ... .A.;Discoyery woman ..'Appeared, in  ;:; thecpuf-t.oii -Tuesday 611-��� a ./charge  ���///'ofvluirglar,.}'..- The. case 'was remand-:  f7;..ed:for;;o'ne..\veek7; 7,    ,-;..; ;;;,.;7;.;..  7'/"'/Circulating ^^Library,7containing  ;7l:>esteditions, at.C/R 7 Bonnie's.7  ; ���' ;��� "Messrs^ Talliuii;e'& Bennett are  ,:, hay ing a new inatch ed a nd 7 .beaded  77ceiHug Installed inUhe.bar aiid office  /.ofdhe/Royai.liotep.;/// ///���/v//;//''-7'/''  :��� -/-Fresh 7Fruit.and' Vegetables arriv-  7.ing;every,boat/for.N.; C/ Wheeling/;  :;;.:;7 W?A.-Moutgomery, represeuling.  ;:the7Ga'ult/Bfos^; Go., 7Vahcouyef,  '.;��� arrived/in -tbwn Wednesday on-his  ,; tegular summer trip.7. ���"  7;Pen; talk���Pa ul /ETAVir' t/Pou 11 la i 11;  "   Pens/are/the-best;011"the; market���  /Getcue at Jules Eggert's.���: ,77. 7777;  .-'Red'7 Rupert retu riied:,th is \veek  ��� from the. sou th end of-the. la ke -'.-��� and  7L.e\y;ellyji_,,gia��i^  : /prime bear pelts,.among them being  .one very fine glacier..bear'.'-'.;77  ... ' .See it.���r-A good, -first class 7sevv-:  .ing/machine for sale cheap at J. D.  Durie's.--Also shelf hardware. 7  :   A relic   Brotherhood.���Discovery  is    going: ,lo   haye   an A. B. lodge.  - Arrangements   -are  now completed  ;.for".; ah- eaflv installation    aild   they    at^p7in7ComiiiVtte"eJieeV.iiij;s,lstThursday  '        .,, ,   -       "    .,,-'    ,,  . ���������       .   .      , each month.     Ilev. 1"'. L. Stephenson, rector  will   .start . with    thirty- members  Not. a bad beginning. '-.;.-'..  77J'he Atjin- Club re-opened today:  fof; the":suifimer.;;7 r; ;������ ;--;:,:' r;. v.  7-The'latest,inagaziues and, papeVs  are.:al.\vays:,on;liaiid at Pillihan's/  '��������� W^ S'/ Burriss/'travelling for/the  "Royal-tiuiil "Dr.; Price's/', baking  powders,: >Vasiu''town',the middle.of  the .week... 7.-7 /.,',. 7. ";��� -.;/":/;"./' ���!'������-, 7 ���/;':  /, Di-./Keller-leaves/next/ Tluii-sdaV  fofhis. hqineiirSkagway. He/will  be in AtlifiiVpni'AlondaytilPday.of  'departure.:.'. >; ������;'-';,-";-:7;"-'r'77".v77:.-."\- 77:'.'  '.' :Ydu'���������'cair always get Fresh/Eggs  and-the Best" Butter7froiii;;:N7 Cv  ^Wheeling; :;- ';./.; ;���'���--:'v"7. 7^':77''-..;���  7;;WeV/..;\vbuld'likc7lp : see thedocai  ball ;eii tlgisiasts/turn/.otit/and do  some;;; .praclicitig/.fof '-'thei.r-.'appro.cii-'  iffg. ganies:.\vilh"Discovery.7V;:/;v :/;  "We'heaf"that-Butler7h-os";, Taku;  Ariu,'have gdod.prosp>cts of,a,.large  crop-/of -".lfay;this /seasbif; a^P/lhat  their potato and strawberry,plants-  Of which 'lattcr7 they/have;;, several  Ihpusand-:/uiider culliyfitidh,//give  indications-"of.- being:,; strong ;,pro-,  idueers.'"-:,;.���'"���.���:���. ���.77:7-,:-'-77-7 -7/ 7;-.r''.:-,.;-. -  /'If 7^^  the best and,���'mean' tp.havejt at/moderate r^rates, jyqu;/;wilPstop,at the  Fifth Avenue.Hotel \vhen in-,Skag-  vvay���--RememberHhe name.-;;7-1:::  :/ By/tlie' last; mail/ \ye ; Pear 11 /piat  Mr/; G./D., Maso.n,?/\yhp'7:df��s7liyed  here''afid-"practiced; his ; profession  since .1899;;;and'who.went/put;this  wiifte/r'/ohVa- visit';' to;.yictoria//'. Tfas  decided 7uot -tbreturn -to the'iiorth./  Mr. W./E. ;FisJier,.:;\\di6/;iias7Tbeen  Iiefe,/tlfe"last"?twb7years7: will-look  after;Mr. Mason's business,...,,7.7 x7  siiii  .Kg-;  .,,. /:;-';l-W.i.5  .v;-; -:.-'^^<?^c^:7',:'77';;:/':./.-':7...  i'&  We;Ilaye- jt'St'-received ;a; (;lar^/cbnsigrinient^bf":>Fan  ���7./7'7''77,.::..7:K7:7:'/'v^ 7/7/7,-/7-'-'';/'//:  If -ycu 7vvant/frc^h",^t;c^  ^yf^^yf:^  tw&:mfMZ^^W^z&^s^r^^^m\  mmmmmmm  :-/VA-  til  ���<Sai".:  %���-  Jij=^r��M^^t=!C^*rtrii*'-ciQts����3����J^"i5iwj!.ai��  ;   -Lafge assortnfent of lamps.-���See  Regan... ��� -:. ;-���-. 7:'   -.:--.-;,;\, ., '7.7  ;;. - 333;: Haslfngs :/;Sireett/ Vancouver,; B. ; C: 7.  7.7,:77^7'-:777,r//'-,-   -,7/.:/;.-/.7..7-'./.^cts^cts^i*' '.:7:;-/;.;77'7'.':,--;.'7-.7:':7.';::7.  v^^^;7':Mfiil'":Orders^/p^iip  Self-Measuremeht7 Blanks'; aiid Sain pies, sen t;;on7a"pplicatipu.  V"*^- 1  /jmt?&-  *�����:  ;m.  /i^y&Bi,,^^  ^earez-still/in  /Vlii! 7will'/l3e^  :r  Sen cl in-: ydu r orders.  :���" Church   Notices.  Church ol iin^-laiidf.Sf. Martin's Church���  Sun-iay services: Mtitius at II a. in.; I'.von-  sn'uir. .7:!l'.vVn: ni. Celebration of .Holy Com-  niiinion,, 1st StiiTday in each month and on  special occasions.   Sunday  School: Sunday,  Burn this fact into, your mind���  it is worth ' remembering there is  but one; strict!}'-'first-class hotel in  Skagway���It is ���the/Fifth: Avenue.  Our- carriage meets alPtrains.    . 1:   -  A   Bear-Story.-���Mrf;jas.:Ciark,  - proprietor of the Half-Way House,  some lime ago became tlieowfier. of  a cub ljlack bear, which immediate-.  ]}' established itself as a. general pet;  in his well known stopping house.  The. other day Mr. Clark had occasion to come to .Atliii-on business  ��� atid for safe-keeping he locked up  the bearie.Me in the bar room.    On  ,ielurning home some hours later  he was lather surprised to find that  t'li-j f>nce .frolicsome, furry cub had  .developed into a full-fledged mix-  oiol/oo/.igi.'-l., and that what wasn't  mixed   had . heeu drank, brokenor  ���disfigured. At last accounts we  heard that the pet was doing stunts  at the: end of a chain and drinking  nothing stronger than canned milk.  St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church hold  services in."the Church on Second street;  .Morning service at 11 : evening? service,'7:!W.  Sunday School at the close of-tlip.'nipi'.iiiu'K  service'.   Rev. li.Tui'Uiiijf.toii, minister.  Large assortment' of Ingrain and  W'all Paper. ���See Regan. '-  ':'";.""  "THeJRi  e lowest.ai  se  and/Fall./  7  Th  id  highest temp'era-  t tires  recorded  for the week are as  follows:-.'  June  -'3   7  4     -  :5,"  6  37  ,39  ��� 4P  above  ���     71 abo\-e  69...  ���. ��� ,           66         7  60  7   .  S  7  79  35  a6  48  ������������:���     63,..  64 7  56  ,We will /supplv- allGleriTands.  . Executed  Cheaply,   Promptly./ and Satisfactorily.  -.-;   -THE': CLAIM -OFFICE.  HMllK  f*4  ^1  Onion Sets, Garden   and   Flower  Seeds, at C. R. Bourne's.  ���Will' Pay You  To send "Tiie C'laim " to your  friends, instead of lotiidnu' time  writing letters, . it cuiinaviuirK to  l-r.iblish every week nil tin." principal news of this District. Price,  to any part, of the world: Six  11101 ths, Si.nil : one your, S5.MI.  1 li'f pig Mm9'  ������"���'.'.��������� ATLIN, 157 C.r :"."���  'SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY  JiJ5^f.j-.-.'��Lss6W*��;-.-  '���-',' 'c-  FITJ.ED.  r.^     "BrP^^"-     /^2,fS^\ A  TsxIiJH^     \frJ%dTK~WRials'  fa  N. C.  E! g  CARRiES   THE  B&si   Line  and ;&t����gi��     &JS����W@Bak?��$   ins  tfo&  @t~ssii$i.  tkag"ittiKjg.-m->yi ���wntzxaxzs. tz.x: rxaxijztTzrya is:  PRICES--:Lzi^^pj:..Geij^te!-1_Com2 and  See for Yourse'f  DAVID   HASTIE,   Proprietor.  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THI-: NORTH. 0  EVERYTHING CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-GLASS MANNER.  CORNER   KIKST  AVENUE  AND  DISCOVKKY  ,STR]";i';T,   ATI,IN.  3 V*  THE  Half-Way Mouse  is a haven for all  travellers. Themeiils  are free-milling and  the bracers in the  bar as refreshinjx as  the dew of the early  mcirnliijf. An ideal  siiiniiier and winter  resort.  /AMES  CLARK,  1'KOi'KlKToi:.


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