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 V  ~-o'  ', v/  '���'���'' Hd.  <->>,  '<���>>  .���"'" ,  - '1"t**.,  -i*V    . -    ^'w.  JliN'. 371-805      <���*#  '<. v  "i   J  271005   ,  ���*  ?���  ^CT0R1.X.��^  "x.s    ��***     ' .* '        a  ���^oR1A.e*.S;^  ^5  "���"��� ^vi-j rt'tw^t-* 4 f* ���* V-5*"*  VOL.   T2.  ATLIN,   B. C.,'  SATURDAY,    JUNE    17,   1905.  NC  509  NO PEACE YET  Russia is Getting Anxious to  Arrange Terms  Japan Does Wot Appoar  to Hasten  an   OiJ'oi',   But  Evidently Intends a Big- Move at tho Front  --World Wide News.  [bi'i.c-iAi., ro Tin: claim.]  Boston, June T2.*���A lobbery involving the loss of $120,000 worth  of securities* owned b)' Henry > Wl  Conistocfs, ol i-Josion, occtnrec.'on  the steamer Puntan during her run  from New York to Fall River last  night.- The theft was immediately"  reported 'to the chief.of police here  and a searching investigation is be-  nig made. ��� ' '    ���*  Tokio, June 12.���The" Japanese'  Emperor -has summoned a 'great  council pf noblemen and officials to  meet here this morning. It'is be-  lieved that a peace policy will be  the subject of discussion.        ���*,  Vladivostock, June 12.���-A series  of interviews yvith several naval officers   who survived the battle at sea  against the Japanese fleet have   developed   a' most sensational stcfy of  factsnvhich   go far   to  explain .the  reasons   for .the" .Russian.* disaster.  " 'Complete demoralization* of .the-eu-  tire squadron existed from the com-  'mencement   of- the   fight,   and tire  sinking  of the flagship Kniaz Sou-  '"varoffand the wounding' of Rojest-  vensky only added to the utter confusion   and   ineffectiveness   of   the  "'fleet's   formation   and  resistene'e," it  being  explained   that* 110c a single  officer   of the  whole Russian force  knew   anything   whatever   of   the  commander-in-chief s'pla'ns.  It is'a well known 'fact' that Admiral Nebogatoff, upon whom the  command of the fleet devolved, had  seen Admiral -Rojestvensky only  once after the juncture of the squadrons and that their conference'taad  only lasted 15 minutes.  It also affirmed that all sto*iies of  target practice by the squadron  while at the Island of Madagascar  were false.  The Japanese marksmanship was  wonderful. They concentrated the  fire from their whole fleet onto one  Russian ship at a time until it  .would be put out ��� of action, then  they would transfer their deadly-  arid unerring attention and aim to  the next closest vessel. Some of  Rojestvensky's supposedly best warships developed deploiable structural defects. The Oslabya sank  without having a single hole below  her water line. Her water tight  coinpattrnents failed of their purpose  and, bursting, flooded the hull of  the vessel and caused her to turn  turtle and sink.  Rojestvensky's position was very-  cramped from the start of the battle  and his transports, which, being  badly placed, caused much confusion by trying to extricate themselves   from   the fire zone, while in  the meantime the Japanese added  to the ..panic by raining projectiles  from their machine guns, onto the  Russian ships. The fighting ships  were huddled together, blanketing  each other's lire,' arrd only those  leading columns could bring their  guns lo bear, and even these fired  wildly as a result of having-none  but untrained gunners. To make  matters worse the numerous floating  mines and toipcdoe's, sown-uicthe  path of the Russian division by the  Japanese added to the confusion.  Admirals Nakahimoff, Borodino  and Navarin each fell victims to  these obstructions. '  The sailors and junior officers are  not altogether 'to blame, the main  fault lies elsewhere, and it is maintained that there were many heroes  among the, . Russians. ' Captain  Beikh, of the lost Oslabya, committed suicide on the bridge of his ship  as she sank rather than try to save  himself.    ,  -  St. Petersburg, 'June���'"13. ���The  military censor has issued a blancket  order forbidding the newspapers to  mention or .publish the proceedings  of any public .or ' secret congress  without first .obtaining the permission of the government. , ��� , . -  ,* Vanburen, - Ind., June 13.���Several mercliants.herehave been,fleec-  eds" collectively to lhe amount ' of  $100,000 by having cashed bogus  checks purported .as . having been  issued on the Standard Oil Company from their May pay roll.  St. Petersburg, June 'T4.���In her  reply to President Roosevelt's message Russia has expressed,,her -willingness to negotiate a peace treaty,  but nothing irr that line will be de-  finitely determined upon until after  Japan's leply to a like message has  been received.  Saigon, China, June 14'.���--The  Russian cruiser Kuban anchoied off  Cape St. James this morning. The  governor ordered her to depart immediately. He also despatched a  French "warship with instructions to  watch her movements arrd to enforce strict neutrality. Twenty-  eight colliers which had been used  to supply the Russian fleet have  left Saigon, and some thirty others  which are lying here are preparing  to sail.  The British steamer Carlisle,  which is suspected of having on  board war munitions intended for  the Russians, is being detained in  this port under close surveillance.  Vancouver, June 14.���The Princess May sailed last night for Skagway with twenty-five passengers.  She also had a big cargo of freight  for Wrangel, which would be made  a point of call.  McDonald, the leader of the Liberal opposition in the Provincial  Parliament, is at present advocating  bi-ennial sessions of the house for  the future.  Tokio, June 15.���The Japanese  government still  maintains an omi  nous silence regarding all peace negotiations. 'They aie to all appearances waiting for action and advices  from'Washirrgton or St. Petersburg.  The iiewspapers are opposed to arr  armistice, which they claim would  deprive both the aimy and navy of  the advantages which are-within  their grasp.  It is confidently believed here that  General Oyama's plans are rapidly  maturing and that the next great  battle will sweep Linevitch with .his  Russian hosts backward, thus carrying the Japanese .army well into  Russian territory and thereby make  certaiir the collection of a heavy indemnity when .peace terms are finally arranged.  Butte, Mont., June i^.���After  ten rounds of clever fighting here  tonight Young Corbett was.given  the decision over Maurice Thompson. The referee was counting  Thompson out when his seconds  threw up the sponge.,  Honolulu, June 15.���'A Chinese  poster exhibited at Hilo'states'that  the Chinese government, will retaliate against the American exclusion  policy,. The government at' Pekin  has issued an order/against the purchase of any American goods and  has provided a severe penalty for  each ��� violation.- ������' - The"-*-qrdef "also  states' that all Americans entering  China will be fumigated at point of  entry and: will be charged $5 per  head. ���>- ��� - <  New York, June 15.���A Zanzibar despatch announces the death  of Tippo Tib the noted Arabian  chief, aud slave dealer,, who was,as-r  sociated with the late H. M. Stanley on several of his exploring tiips  on the "dark continent."  'Woodstock, Ont., June 15.���  Smith, North Oxford, and Hymaii,  for London, both Liberals, have  been elected to the Dominion Par-  liament'by majorities of 350 each.  Christiana, June 15.���The minister ot defence authorizes the statement that the despatch reporting  the mobilization of the Norwegian  army and fleet was unfounded.  St. Petersburg, June 16.���The  place of meeting of the peace representatives has rrot yet been determined. The negotiations continue  to proceed through Washington  and President Roosevelt is acting as  intermediary.  Pekin, June 16.���In both German and other legation circles here  the prospects of au early peace are  considered remote. It is believed  that Japan intends to'inflict a final  crushing blow upon the Russian  army in Manchuria before entertaining any definite propositions for  peace.  ARCTIC BROTHERHOOD  In the local court this week an  Atlin woman was fined $50 and  costs for selling liquor without a  licence and a Discovery woman,  charged with theft, was remanded  lill Monday next on $100 bail.  Camp Instituted at Discovery'and  Officers Electcd.-  On Wednesday night last a camp  of the above society with a charter  membership of 22 .was instituted.  at Discovery by Past Grand Arctic.  Chief, Dr. L. S. Keller. Tire new  branch is known as Discovery  Camp, No. 18, and starts out under*  the most favorable auspices as: its  membership't is composed' of ��� the  strong men 'of the district, whose  influence will be felt in the work of  the society. After the lnaugerating  ceremonies had been concluded the  election of officers was taken up and  resulted irr the following being installed for the ensuing term:��� '.  J.   M." Ruffner,' P. A.tC; Frank  Bracketf, A. C; Ed. Sands, V'. A. C;  Win. Vickers,   A.  Chaplain; H. E.,  Brown,   A.   R.; J. F. Breeze, K. of  N.,  and trustees J. H. Richardson,  J. Patterson', J. McKinnou, J. John-  sou and J. Gibson.  ,*, There  are already numerous applicants waiting'' to be taken in and  it  is  confidently expected  that the'  menibership.will exceed ioo-by the -  ist of January.   *-". .*''-.  Mining Notes.    '   *'  ��� Although -the,..water in Birch  Creek' remains low considerable  work is being carried on.  Mr. Frank Brackett has completed the laying of his irew pipe Hue  and now has the water turned on.  - The clean-up from the two pits  o'u the Pine Creek' Power Co.'s  ground on Pine were very satisfactory. * '  Messrs. Koford arrd Rose, who >-  are working on aday from the Pine '  Creek Power Company,' 011 the  north bank of Pine just below Discovery, report very good results.  Their dam went our on Wednesday  causing some delay, but they expect  to have it replaced and to resume  sluicing early next week.  Mr. John Ronayne was up from  McKee this week. He states that  the work on the Ginaca ground is  going ahead O. K. Tliey expect  to be piping about the 22nd.  The St. Andrew's Hospital Building  Needs Painting���Will You Help.  Arrangements 'have 'be^n made  through the liberality of certain of  our citizens (whowill be hereafter  severally meutioue'd) to pairrt the  'Hospital buildings here but, as  funds are low, as much gratuitous  service as is possible of attainment  is desired. The trustees therefore  desire us to respectfully solicit assistance and to request anybody  who thinks he can render any assistance in painting the said buildings, arrd who is willing to do so,  to present himself at the hospital  on Tuesday morning next, June  20th, when material and all necessary information and direction will  be provided.  &;  "  ��� "-*:-.'*��*f?'-  -       * ,'  -  '  T     ,  i ' - A  a\  s  ������?,  -Vl   ->-*..- ���$m  :.M%W>;-?B.7?^  '.���-.��..���;������  II  ?t*K*7'.7Y:  7 "*l-* !'���;���"-' '���  ill  Itel  ',"��'7'.\-,;',"-7 '  fcfec  Iplli  |^'ilfel?'S?  yjv^V^v; <i:  41:1% ���-���!'.  llUll  |S|SI!7?7  l��;iP7'";K77  7f!vC77i;;;,v  o-i'S  S;17?  Ill^iliSliil  ��� ?T5'JE ATLEN;'CXJASAV'i-i> VuntiGHno kucfiv oATurioAV  ."7t"������MO'TlMirlC','-':'. 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'���'��� Pbr^ATtD.v G���^antV-'''.]:Edi^6j{-M'Anagki:  1  i;  I ;;.:.t  mm  llip  y'fi,:yyy  itilfe  ,7V S 7;  :i'.7'.7'  7*7"  ;���   -:  ,7:jK7-?l^^  !.;<rjl,i'aye.;&  o:.-7;tlie7:;dol6rdus7;t6uei  7?;;citi^errs?~;?:They?w(��re?  ,?7:^6retas;;ii7the\7;were.jactiijg^as;ciiief.  77-mourriers:at;a funeral-:than" ^citizens;  ?7'��f?one;'bf tlf��{'6est':mihh'rg;c;imps:iri;  v'?;;-./:- :---,,-'.,~ .777-;.,,,v>V ;,.;,.;-:-.��� ;, ,.���,    ���=.;   ......   f   ,.;.,.,:  v 77N or thvAnier' cd:77',Theirv talk -was;, of  7y7t'he/bHre.;fuiii;order7;evert't  ?:i'7'.gbi'!.ig?^  77:and;aI'l:'tBat?th*^^  ;??vis'o!r?cpuld;^  ?7vdiiig7fa:rew<4^  7?:^'liile^the;Souird.s-of^the"nrstr  ?7?dance :iri^t!ie?Grau^  ?v?7 'IJVe?:are'?iieariiig?Sp?miicli?bfJ this"  ;^^talk?;that?-Ke7;fe  ;j?-pr6tesi?&Th��re\ar^  ?7 ai:e7eter.n a-UyVyiem  ���7:Mu e'.- glass es?a rid? are?; oi.11 yvhappy?in'  ???bferngvu riti^py?t iM'-isMM'^irditry?  iriiiigvto' make.'others.'sOv- ���;?T!iey?wont  ?7:wqrk77ah^^7;/:raturall'yi 'vinv.-a'tiiiie^pf'.  ?7;depresSion;'are: onily7t'po7giad7tp_;S;iid:  ?7?an.?ies:cu^  ;? With .these people ,we:kaye; nothing,  ���-vy;'."to7doy7:^  vvevery country .. and ���; seem 7.67:b<-,?un-  7������.������'fortunately-.anecessairy:evil*-,.;.;-77'  7?:7Tp;..;tlie 7-rest 7bf:-'tlievpebple; l*pw7  ?::;eyer,7we;Would'7like?tp?7p6hit:; p  ?7.that?tliere-, isdio raasoir fcr;the?talk:  .7 we:hear...The prospects;for the bal-  7. .ffl.aice;of.the'summer.'are good?;'The?  '. ^'output is7 iiicreasi.ugi;..and,'������riot only  ) 'that,; but ���there-promises to'be very  ��� little ?.litiga.tioiv?f^  7v truly;th aukiuk?' Prospecting^wilkber  ?: .prosecuted ;;;in;the?G'Dpiuiell-valley;  ,tV;On?alarge/scalevatid?the?results;,will  '"'prove whether that :territpryj" which  ,7?is three times?as   large?as pur;pre-.  sent ig'cld-. producing... area, .\yill  be  7\vorkableor':rot..'...:. These '.'arc; thous-;  ??ands': of. 'acres- in that-yallfey which.  have S.iievcr":been,; touched.... .Soiiie  .prospectitig.?lias- been done orvBull  ?ereek and further,down' thevQ'Dpn-  iiell valley' with.'-'siiti.i'f.ict&r'y results,'  but   these, are Tairly fl\<- specks oua  ''���'���valldy cvver fifty iiviieslpngaiid   ail  virgin soil.    In   this coniiectiou we  -     . - ..;!���-  would.kke to.vsiv'y v. ,co!ilrn.enda.tory  wofd?:-.s regards ; Mr.vRolU. I-icKee.  .He.has speiit;ti]e,;;l|(St?th;-ee-years in.  v the   O'Donuell   valley  prospecting  and   we  never'.-���hein' a discouraging  l;?;'':77-r.:-QURrSC^GOL.?'-7;7;??.7.7  ?. Theschppl terEris drawing.'ta'ah  end.; ;,iixahun'atioiis;'begiil.,M6riday-,':  tlre7rc)tir.'.; 7'fiie "district is?to -becoh?  ;gratulated poii;?the.7progress ��� that is  bcingiii ade, in ��� ;our^sciip  ���theselid&rS:d're;';takin'g..'t  'tjoirvlpr?e!rtran;ceio^thev;high^^  as v ra)7res.ult7:pf7>the:;i  ' Yoii 11 g,: vw h ��-la id f he?mat te'rvib^fbre.;  thc?Depar f m eii t,pf ;liducatipn7:;,'The  Su'penjrte!rde;rt?^o|?  :appprnted?"Mrs'?^our^  :aniin er?; a n A;p uprTi's wlr p arepre pared  'Lp;:v;eivter?'the;?liig]i7scl^pi^a^^  enablSL "to:'dp?;sd?;without?:the|fex7:  peiiM;dfa;;trip'.^p?the^  ?v;The-cl6si;)g;exercises,wil^  ��n-?tiieMvx:enty-tnird?:bpth7in^  ;irid?Discoye^?;?.|?;;?7??  ���7;?VA/;hile: ;p-n?tii h1 -questipu?we?\yculd;  like"tp say?t:lrat?:wHil^  Discpvery?i.M,-;a''sm-:dl;1pne?v^  ,d6ne;;b3?;iMiss';Sruitlr-;liaSv;beeu?mosfe  excelleht?aiid;!the;p.iX'gress;7the  fl^ts;great^cre^t;up&uvthe7iustr^  ��� tor' s^'inetii bds??!.?;7;? 7 ������?. -vi;;'????:?: viviw  .'??'���;Wnv:si'.Niv'oiA',.vviVi?H'.-.v^ criKAr* iikkk?7? 7   77?v;vv;  ;??'���'Atlin,7Nstg^sSvan^?  ', facturctl ;oii; t!ie"iii'(innsos. V -.' v:77v,7. . V. -777.7'; -���' .7v7'7-7,vi'-7'7: .'���;7-v7:,'777: ���:'"���'  '?:;;:?,;Iffiio?:Ne��'?Stoolc7or7.<W/G-i:c^  ,Wittclios'.ri.'o.ni-55.00 up. 7 ';7';;7';.V-,-v7''''' :,'v7;:77',7?rV;.7.': ������ r''7:!;';:'77;ij;.-;7uvi77'7!',;;!*  777Silvcrwa!*ei-:Ctit'Giass', Maiifl/PEUi'ted?GhiitavSotiYenii'-Sp^  |EiiElf��fe''S0fi|?  %  ?Tli ey;?:a s'e?,^/aiti rig'':, -To i*?. Xc u I  ���i��SSStiio^ScJ  $MPM'&iM��i  m  77??;?77J??|;?7?6����ff-pc;fe  :|l?lFUIpv?XlN]f^  ;��:B|li|;?|t::;Ai7^  ,:,-.'-'.'"lI  77/1  i;:^\%.  ??7  ,V;i;'Vi  -������ t v:; ;,(���;.;,  word from . him. lie is .spending  his,money and .time-in' an endeavor-  to.' develdpe- the- country and it  ��� .would be the best.possible tiring for  ;us if we had a dozen such.men here..  7���Hopeful, resourceful ancl( what is  best of. .all,; workers'who do not do  their ���mining on the street corners.  Buck up,- everybody.'. ' Pull tor  gether. and.-the result of a united  .irffort. .will be--a .prosperous-.' camp  with'money-.ii'i circulation.-,  Wsj:k. on. c.i_uartz.. w.ill. begin, this,  S?i-?;;7;WS^uee';CreSk  vv Pn;T)iesd'ayrTrght;the;;iiewvbridge;  across ?:Pirfe7:Cxeek?:Ofii 7tte^'iiev|  SpiHiee7Creek7^6ad;;waacpmplete^^  7?dvliis;;?bridge?;fs-'!7af^  Tru'sS-^'yai-:et37and;.haspue spanvpf  ���70:feet:--J^tlsfbrrilt=across-tlre^carr-^  y011 ?"vbai ?-Piire?Creek,'.-.oh ;Solid:rpck  abutiia^ius^tvbptii Veiids.';. aiid?staiids,  ; 2 o7 fefe t;? a.b6ve7;higti vTwater^y-^Thus-  sitiiaie 7there;vlsv ;nov darrgervpf;;a  ;block,^ ivd:?amouHt7p��vdebris:bfeiug^  able^-lodgtevtr candns?'vTlie?bridge  ���ilia's fou? stringers and all the wooden  ,;iiiatenal;i^of ;saw!i?'lumber���'; -bolted;  ���togeth'er?7? Tlie?ftooring?'.is'?of 3)^  iiich material'arrdfslai^l diagonally,  thusvdistnbittirigthe'strairi.vvThere  are,sufficient?, braces-and'hand arid  wcll'guards a^rd??taken-;altogether^  the: bridge and approaches a-re well  built ?and??iie7a?credit;t<> any ;;cpm-  muirity.'"':??7r'-';7vv:'; "7. ;:? vr' ?;.:'?:; ;v-777;';  v7?The7r pad:;;te>.;Spf uce; wi'Lbe'com?  :pletecl?:by; ton ight?;aiid:? will;; :-"t*;ike  t!ie7vcreek7:''near-?the^Voffi  Spvuce77Greek:v?Pow.er7 Company.  The total, 'cost-will be about $2:000...  y&u  7'?'v?v;,(|  ?.SKELF|;A;N __  ?:'77?Tin^n'ci'vQrJsnitovVVa!,6?:  v iWne>s7}a n^.?B; lacks ^  y$}/iFK&gt)siurpf0terfyfti^  '^i0M^^^^^^^BS^^^0SS:  ir^jXLr^.'��3r3^o^.*^*vKi^^A'^t7r.^i\nma- ,  S?a?%7??7^;7V7,,, A i|A?|tW7'R O^  ^:s!v;S;7PRii<rCESS^  7s|::a7'PRiNGESS ?M A^^  :?;??7;.?7;7v:v7;?7v;;77:S^UuKl;i^  '?:?7?7?7??f7?'V7'7-^i"rect??t^  ������'���'������%3  :7.;??<fl  We-give  ������fci'3i*n��sppri4ti^  "kii'ickVsbivyioe7?;,'Ko^.iita?m^  'iv77:v;For:rat^s^or.:Jiifoi*'Viatioil/.itiJiiry: to',;'vJL  ;5^Asoiit,;Sk!>KXVay.ti,ft7  J. D, Prentice Charged yrith.Assault  ���-, A- Victoria despatch says:���J. -D.  Prentice, e:-:-finance'; minister of the  province,, ."lias ?been: 'committed., for  trial oh a- charge-o& aggravated- assault. Tlieiuformationwas 1'aid.by,  ?xirs?'J>: McGillvray,? wife ofnhe  'provincial police 'officer at Lyttori.  She is a sister-in-law of Premier  Mrs.   McGillvray  was  Th rdt^li^f'in:e?^IVcm S;Sk��gua  ;.-; 77:^-77.777:7' 7 ;'Dawson?and;all..;infcprmecliat':!7aoir!ts.:777..;'.:;;7_7.;?7/v-777  Finelv ?a'9Po'inte'a?tra'i'ns:'da'i!yt::exo'ep  n;9-;:;*"#;"tib^evs'ph.ed:u.lis  '���;'���' vv    No. 1.���Koi-th Xiouucl -! I   >[o. 2.���South Ht>uiitl. ������������-,:' .������������;���.���������. v'vv.v'  7;    i:'   V '..    7777' vv..v7o.K0a;>ii. Lv7 : -SKA (IU A'Y?7Ar74:"U i>.in.    ;  v7 7 ? ': v7..:7,  ���'���Vv.,  ���-   \-,y,,: .7., -.7v,;;7 ..o.iop.,;.. Lv. ������.:'���.''.GARIUOU v   ,Lv:)l.��i;a.:n;:::7.;7v,;;77;: 7 ���7-.;,,.:.. V7.  .;���;..,;;.;   vv 7;   ,.;. ,   77 iv^^o'fjiini Av,;WH:i;TBM10BSE>Ltr. 0;>a;ii.��v,>.':';,���':-;',���: 7;cv..7:-;--:7 ' ,7:. Vv v:v  ?'-: "''r?7;7'7?''??:,tj we. 'SC'i-S E'd'O'LE? '.LAKE;'.'.' STE/iM BOATS-:" 7'7,7'" ,7.:' ;7?77;  .vv7.77?ioave C\Rt��OU;n:p?rn. 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BCTJr-KJgrcMMi'rMi^i-r'n^^rai^  m  w.-i".rn*t-.('.\T��i-*v/*ii^TJr;*��13B^VT^,^^^^wwKXcvn^  tf'xtKrnuztrxnmiMWvcra ���  \ ^^jjewy^^^sewiWi :y  'The.-Rel'ia&fe -SEiosniaKer,?;??:?.' -;,7-  7-'-^';" :���-���.-'- ':;':-?;Dis;coyKl<YV;B.;'C7  '��� .?"-:,.;��� -''-������o 7'"7-7���'���};;.';?"7?,.,.:  ���'R irfebssr Boo'tn ',s ��p.ecinI-.-y. v  .i:^:J^ :''^^R^R-.^H^7; ?  Koxv occupy tliccrnev,* qiia-rtei's nejet  ��� ''���'" to the liiiri.lc of B. K'...A.:.-l?l-rst.'St;rec!t.'       7;  ���Tha hath rooms arc euually��� aB-sroorl c-J^ouiTd  in  cities.  .Private Kiit'-niica fn? lailiesi.  I;:  *��� 6 hU ^7. 5i-^_s \% ��� 77,71 j m % B  ';?'?: ^7DiSCOVI^lY?;B?-C?? ry^  'A iStrictiy;?First-Glass?.;Hplel7  ''DiniugrR'oom iii coii.irectioi'i.   ������''.,  Choicest;.W.i'11 es? Liqiioris ai:d. Gigars;.  tViciriGe  X'isiting; at her .'.fatherV-honie at  Caahe ' creel: when the assault occurred.. Mr.. Prentice stopped "at  the road- house a-ud,. according to.  report,, attempted' to* kiss Mrsv. McGillvray... .'This, vf.-ds resented and  the latter delivered'Mr. .Prentice , a  slinging blow-across the- face.. Resenting this Prentice proceeded to  iieat the woman,, resulting, Ui the  iufor-aiatipn being laid.. Pie has  been admitted,, to;- bail,- the sum being fixed at pi ,.500?  ������ For anything, in thefurnilure line  saeRegan- ;   '   '   "J  1.  Have ��� Fve-Oi3eneci      ,      7^  'he'-- R&y'aS:-������Lssun.dry  '���':���.';,   ������'' ������Stv tlie.Vfiit.ei'froi.t.  Jlen'B'tSiiits Cloauotl ���j.iid-'Ituiiniirccl. -'"���  ��� AH. Wot'lc Giiaraiitceii.. ������'-������;      -S   -: --'-.  Gooilr,CaUo'i! ior iuiil,J.louv,si'e".  Cash onDsiliyury. '.'���'." '7  ..;     ���    MrS.;A\.'?P.Cl*n,- Pror.rietrcss.7"  ���ED?.. 3AN OS,, Fi-ivpricipk  Bjij, I i>T "A'i-'-jvj;   ���; He .",-frt.l .'.'"'..    7  CCxxl^K.'I Cs,.i.   .  Ji.-j.vJ C-...1 y-     7,  E-^.u,^^jL.j,n^.!is��ir3r^agjx.'ca..ii4^.sa-^sr.-^^'sT���^a*i   :  .? ': -? 7   ?;"-'? Discovery, B.?C.  lllllsv,&' l��lcLai'bjiV,' -   Proppietors  "AtlWtb .lodge,  /&>&*������**,���":������     'a"F' ���'*:ft-'Mvi"'  /Mfl��$&iVy Keu-ulai*   eoivimuiiica-  mMmf[       tioJi.-7i.eiao,-.  the  iivst-  m~Ty\       ' Thursttay ot eaul. Bioiit 1  in tiis A; O. U. Vv'. nail,  ��� Tliiril Street-.      ,  Visiting bretlii'cn coi'ilially iuvitoili.  this hotel is stocked with  the: best? of. goods'.  ,��.  Finest". Llquo'ris .and Cigars,  GooclvS-iabling.  Johnson.  &   Dui'ie,  M  FroprietorB  . Discovery._,  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  ���Saaaau 'jateas.ta.Kiev "P*"o*32*>  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  .''    IN  ?.    CONNECTION. ������' ��� "  .U*8'.uif.v��xxsL".'t,*e*.**i iuv Ili-ir.uu's iX.'x\m.  fi?*'-':  vvv-rv  .^-^.j^i,' A  ...*.\,    .  ���i*..'- '  >  Ul  "   71  ATLIN,   B.  C,   SATURDAY,    JUNE   17,    1905  ATLIN   TRADINGS 'COMPANY,  Ltd,   **&& *"* discovery.  ^**�� ��� "���^*m��*--n'i.i*r^iij*.gHt..,M^MtTnnc��gaiT^^ irrr���'���pen'  ' r- ' ,/  Our Stores in  both  Towns are  now fully stocked   with   full  ' -    lines in   Groceries - and   Dry .Goods.  A. T. Co., Ltd.  A. S. CROSS, President.  I'-'  J)  If  \(  'Yoans Gibraltar"  British Engineers I-'oiniting Heavy  Guna ar, Esquimnlt.  "Great Biil.'iin is not abaudouiiiR  her fortifications at LCsqi-iniall,'as  has been inferred by the dismantling  of lire'old fori, but instead is,mounting stronger and nioie modern "tins  on a granite hill back of the former,  garrison." . E O. Sawyer,- a staff  photographer of ihe Chicago Tribune, who gained admittance to the  site of tlie fort, made this statement  a few days ago, to a reporter of the  Seattle P.-L* lie rcfercd.to the new  Esquimalt fortifications as "Young  Gibraltar." "I saw'the big 9.2  guns stored at the rear of tire hill,",  he 'said, ' and saw tlie engineers  working orr four,, barbettes upon  which they are to be mounted."'  Continuing," Mr. Sawyer said:  "The Royal Engineers have charge  of the construction of the new fortifications. I met Col. English, senior officer in charge of the barracks  'ft Hsq'uimalt, and "he informed me  that a new foi't was being built. In  answer to my question if the war in  the far East had anything to do  with the construction of the 'new  fortifications, he replied that lie  thought not. ���'We have, practically  speaking, no  navy on   the   Pacific  coast   at 'the present time,' Ire said,  - - ������    1 *    ii  'but our government realizes that  better protectiorr lo British waleis  in the northern errd of Puget sound  is needed.' The officer also in formed uie that the mounting of guns in  barbette has a better effect on the  men operating them than where  'disappearing grins aie used. 'The  men can see what they are sliootinsr  at,' he explained, 'and the protection is.as great as where the soldiers  are below tlie surface.' The guns  will control all the waters to the international boundary line, arrd. to  the southward will haveta range of  more than a mile into American  waters. The fort controls the entrance lo Victoria and also the entrance to Vancouver  and   the   coal  communities in the province can, in  substantial   numbers,    arrange-   to  visit and enjoy the manifold educational advantages and  oilier attractions at the exposition, tlie .exposition management has decided to set  apart tlie period   commencing Monday, July 3, and  ending  Saturday,  July   <8,   as      "'British'    Columbia  Week."    Separate days in the week  can.be designated by*municipalities  of the   province ior their respective  celebrations at  the   exposition.    A  "Dominion of Canada Day" has already been arranged   fors Saturday,  July ist.    Permit  me  to  add that  all Canadians attending the exposition      are     assured   , of*  a   hearty  welcome."  THE'Atlin'Market Go., Ltd.  ��� 'r^MWAt-TC-tMC-Ma-t-luttS-l  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY  OF  C.   DOELKER  '->i  Dressed to Order.  cw"-��**".i�����T��ra/v>tt>f*-*-��ttr.j**ra  Manager.  The Ring of Whiskies  M&d the Whisky of Msazgs  ������&  New Arrivals.  ��� Following .is a listiof those who  have recently arrived per the Scotia:  * June-10���Win.' Benedict and J.  Florence. June 14���A. L. Brown-  lee, Geo. Ho\vitt,',F. A. Thomas, A.  L.: McKay, W. McGatty, N. H?  Loonier, W. PI. Gardner, G. O.  Rousli, G. McLennan, W. Hatch,  A. Burnett, PL McBride, PL Taylor,  Ed. Wilson, H. McBeth, J. Jenkins,  C. Brcdie. L. McDermitt, W. Williams, F. G. Wilson, M. Goose, J.  Bowser, L.'Dafoe, D. A. McDonald,  Peter Bolin, J. M. Mathesou, J.  Trabcr, P. :.Carlin, Bishop F. H.  Dnverrrct, A. Morrison. M. Fraser,  Wru. Saunders, R. Pratt, J. Carson,  Geo. Robertson and A. Holburn.  if  I'ilElFS SCOTCI-  o   o    o   o   o   o   o   o  Benwell, Peart cl: Co.,   -------    Vancouver.  Sole Agents for British Columbia .  Auction Sale of-Government Lots,  Atlin Tov/nsite.  docks at Nanyimo. The range of  the guns is twelve miles. I have  visited most of the fortifications  along the Pacific coast," concluded  Mr. Sawyer, "and my opinion is  that the new Esquimalt fort will be  second only to those that guard the  entrance to San Francisco harbor."  The  'Lewis ana  Clark   Centennial  Exposition.  The following is an extract from  a letter' received recently by the  Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia from H. W. Goode,- president of .the ahove exposition, and  which may be of interest to those of  our readers who intend visiting the  largest fair ever held orr the Pacific  slope:���"On behalf of tire Lewis  and Clark Centennial Exposition, I  take pleasure iu stating that with a  view of doing honor lo lire great  Province of British Columbia aud  organizing a* systematic movement  by which the people of the  various  'NOTICBtls hereby (riven that a sale by  Public A lift ion of lots comprising: tlio acldi-  tion to Atlin Tuxt unite will be held txt the  Provincial Qkivoriimoiit lir.iltliiifr. Atlin, 11.  C, on Thursday ,'29'h of June, 19P5, commencing at ton o'clock, a.m. Tho lota will be of-  fs-red foi- sale ns,suh-ilhiricd into parcels of  out?, two and (iff acic:; or fractions theroof.  ��� Jl'tch lot will bo sold to the highest bidder  subject to a re&erve price which will be announced at the time of sale and which will  include improvements, if any.  Toi-jii-'s of Sale:���One-third cash on.day of,  -nle, oiie-third in s.i>: months and the balance  in tivolve mouths. All ttrreart, oubject to 6  per cent, intere&t until paid.,  A plan sliotvinir the lots and sub-divisions  to lie r.old  maybe neon  at the Government  Offices, any timo tlurinp; ollico hours.  J. A. JfRASEK,  I    ,-     ���'     GoVornmont AEcnt.  Government Afcent.'s Office,  Atlin, 1$. C, tith June, l!)''.r>.  The- KOOTENAY  day'  IOTEL  THIS, DINING-ROOM  13 CONDUCTED  ON  STRICTLY'FIRST-  - t C^LASS   PRINCIPLES".  TEDE   GQLD /HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   3.   C.  | C. H. Nisscn, Prop. ���  _-'  '   -    F. B: Wrong,-IWjjr.  i  i  Restaurant in Connection  Under  New and Capable Management.      /  THE    RUSSELL    HOTEL  DIXON    BROTHERS,   Proprietors.  ��� ��� ���>�����-*�� ���  Pool   &  reignting and Teaminj  Billiards,   Free.  Horses and R}gs for Hire.  THE' K@��A1  H_  i^lifB  -TALLMIRE   &. BENNETT,   Proprietors.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  i  NOTICE,  South ArniCAN Wau Land Ghant Act.  a RANTS  of  laud  made   to   Volunteers,  their ht-ii'K or in.sipriis, under authority  of this Act, urn subject lo rho condition that  Mich hinds shall  have been  selected by tho  S-rautcoB cm or before tho first duty of July,  1!W5.   Notice is, therefore, hereby (,'ivcn that  itpplicaticjns for such InurlnmiiKt be filed at a  Govcrnniont Oflicc by that ilnte.  It. If. GKK1SK,  Chief Commissioner of Lands & 'Works.  Lnudiund Worlcs Dopnrtment,  Victoria, 15. C, 20th Jluy, 190S. jelO-4  irowfllee S  Engineers and Surveyors.  .T. H. UROWNLEE, V. L S., O. L. S.,  J. W. McFARLANE, C. E.  FiRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   Ifxl   CONiS! ECTION.  .CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS ANO CIGARS CASE GOSJDS A SI'tCIALTV.  ���m  [?,*'>>! u5 in fir  iMP  CAPITAL    PAID    UP   $io,ooo,oco.  - '    Reserve, $3,500,000.   -  Branches of the Bank at oeattlo,  Portland,  Shagv/ay, etc.  San Franeiseo,  Exckango said am aSH Pofe,  Gold Dust Purchased���Assay Office in Connection.  D. ROSS, Manager.  VANCOWEl ENGINEERING WORKS, LIB.  VANCOUVER, B. C.  SPECIALISTS  IN  F^9  ayiic  linisicB MachSrefen  aja  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS, WATER    GATES,  RIFFLE    BARS,'   ��� STliEL   RH7ETTED    1'IVF,  HOISTS,      MINING    CAGES     and     OKI?    CARS.  P.TADE  TO   SPECIAL   DESIGN.  A.   C. HIRSCHFELD,   Agent for Atlin District. l  L  !���.  t  it"'-  Iriff  i ;.r  ���If;  ',i, -,  ,,'f  M.  ,t  1 *v  r..  ii  r  I  I!  ATLIN,, B.   C���    SATURDY,    JUNE : 17,    1905-.-   '  fresh fraii 'aiMl Ve��ei<  and also  JZggss   and  Butter^  H&��  'E. L. PILLMAN  a.  ��S?"  Brancli   Store   on   SPRUCE   CREEK,  Local Events.  Iron beds, mattresses and springs  at Regan's.  McDonald's Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  Circulating Library, containing  ftesl editions, at C. R. Bourne's."  If you   want the best fresh fruit  and  vegetables  go to Wheeling's.  New stock arrives on every boat.  ,   Mrs.   Peter's   bread���the best irr  the  camp���can be obtained at Pill-  o  man's Atlin arrd Spruce Creek stores.  The N. P. & L. Co., Ltd., have  again got their plant in order and  are now cuttiiag lumber. The company deserves great credit in getting  so. q,uickly into shape.  Concededly one  of. the  best   in  Alaska���try it.    It   is .operated by  _$ke owners.    Modern���fire proof���  ��� .first class. , Rates to suit everyone.  ���The    Fifth    Avenue   Hotel,   of  Skagway.      ' 2  R. Whitfield, the' shoemaker, arrived in town on Monday evening  last on board a 26 foot steam launch  which he had -const-niclcd at Caribou. 'He brought iu a big supply  of boots and has re-opened in his  ��Id stand on- First strees.  Iain doing the "top notch''' Grocery and fruit trade of Atl-in and  guarantee satisfaction both irr quality ol goods and right prices���N. C.  Wheeling.   '  The Rt. Rev. F. H. B-uverwet,  Bisliop of Caledonia, in which dio-  lese- Atliu is situate, came in on  Wednesday's boat. He will remain  in Allin over Sunday and will officiate- in* St. Martin's church 011 that  day:  All those who take their supper  at the Presbyterian church 011 Tuesday evening, 21st inst., will he well  fed and looked after by the ladies,  who intend devoting the proceeds  So a worthy object. Bat away from  home once aud enjoy yourself.  Commendable Work.���On Friday  ��f last week Miss Douglas, and Miss  Burgess, oi" the staff of the local  hospital,, visited Spruce Creek and  sold hospital tickets to the value of  $31:5. These two ladies will make  a round of the district in the near  future.- and wc trust they will meet  with the success the object warrants., We are confident .thai the  other portions of the district will  also subscribe liberally to this worthy institution.  .Onion Sets, Garden   and  Flower-  Seeds, at C. R. 'Bourne's.  Large assortment of Ingrain and  Wall Paper.���See Pv.egair.  For upholstered bed-lounges at  correct prices call on J. D. Dune.  /Phe latest magazines arrd papers  arc always orr hand at Pilhnarr's.  Low rates, modern conveniences  and excellent service have made the  Fifth Avenue the most popular  Hotel in Skagway. We can and  will please you���try us���ryou will  not regret it. .2  On June.ioth the Scotia brought  in nineteen tons of general merchandise, and on the 14th her cargo  consisted of 12'tons mdse., 25 live  hogs and 11 head of live cattle.  Some 2co tons of mining- machinery  are expected to arrive shortly for  one of the big companies. -���  Large assortment of lamps.���See  Regan.  <��� "V v  1 aw  We have   just received a large  consignment of Fancy and  Staple Groceries.  If you want fresh goods, at bedrock prices, call and see us.,  vrys^r^sfyr  THE IRON STORE, FIRST STREET  flT"-REfO'RM.-   TAILOR'S,  9  uuuai i<xx=m-B*rT��tMuu9>s��nrunvu  333 Hastings Street,  Vancouver^' B.  C.  Mail Orders promptly atterrded  to.  Self-Measurement Blanks and Samples sent orr application.  S        The Ladies of the  Presbyterian Churctf  Will Give a  in the Church  - ON - '���'  v '   ** "  TUESDAY. JUNE 20th  From 6 to 3 p.m. ���  ��1   Admission 50c, Children 25c.  NORTHERN    RG.WER   &'  LUMBER   COo9   LTD.  ATLIN, B. C.  SXF~  '��jar Saw Mill is agaira m operation  And We are Prepared-,  To Fill mil Orders For  Everyl/ody come  and   havo-  a  .-,ooil SQUARE.     Your lu'orioy  will  bo applied, to a  worthy  . .  object.   Dont Forget the Date!  " Dimension. Timber, -i. . - ���'   '        ���-.- \  Roup-h and Dressed Lumber,-  Shiplap,'.Beaded,.-Grooved, Etc., Etc.  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  THE    CLAIM    OFFICE.  ^^M8  <rt>  SALE   OF  TOWN   LOTS.  /\ 1,1.1 Parties occupying property that  -���-J-- xvill be iucliicleil in the Sale of Tcun  1-ots.acix'ortisecl for 29111, iirst., are rcuue-jtocl  i to furnish iho umlet-siK-netl xx-ith a iiioaior-  niiciuin of their iuipr-oveuit-nts not later than  21th inst.  J. A. FRASiiR,  (Tovt-i'iiiiient Agent.  Atlin, R. C, June 1.1th, 100.1. jol7-2i  SHOEMAKER.  ATLIN, B. C.  Brewers   ef Lsszgssr B&��r  sassg�� Pcrter.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED..  w &i  /*. ���*->  *&3>  I Have Re-opened in my old stand en  FIRST ST., ATLIN.  J Have tho Host Lines of .Miners' Hoots,.  Mnkitiff Uools to orclor in my specialty,  ltcpnii'-, pi-oinptly and neatly ������\ceiitucl.  ��  DAVID   HASTIE,   Proprietor.  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.  EVERYTHING CONDUCTED IN  FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  l$p��tG~B��a(a   Rasias.want Sen   GoBtmsctacn*  CORNER   FIRST  AVENUE  AND DISCOVERY  STREET,   ATEIN.  CARRIES   THE  and  PRICES��� y���� cant Get Better.���Come and  See for Yourself  -J��     fj    * i    V ���.',*- tj*  THE  .lf-Way Mouse  is a haven for all  travellers. The'meals  are froo-millim,- ami  the bracers in the  bar as refreshiii**; as  the tloxv of the .surly  morning, An itleal  summer and xvintor  resort. ��� '  JAMES   CLARK,  lM-.O.t'KIE'1'OR.  *3  . tt  M  '���*}  *"1  i^i^iffiff^

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