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The Atlin Claim 1905-06-03

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 ���l^w-^Il  '''���?.r.'-:?7?7'V?.?,li{i?;.'t7:  ??:':"X7-^-^??7v?!:7;.���.77777%?'  '''yy-y^^^yi^c^'y'-^:  7;'7?}\jfr^-J.'^J-??7-:-:.7;;  ,",'. 7 :.-;.i.7.7,7.? -.���?������:������'.;   D':- 7  .?;.,v--',7?-:?,7.7.7v.7'-,v^^777?.:.;  7J//CTO'S7f"?';v7;;?:?  I  VOL? 72.  ATLIN.vB. ;C.���,: SATURDAY,;'-. j UNFv 3)7 1965;  7?77?NG.'-��7'  ^mS$^^^:3M:  ��� \ ���������  ���'Japa'nese?:!^^^!-^.!!!!!!!!!^^^-.!!^  ;?7?? ^Ktissian.7Sqaat.ron.7-?;,-;;,  O,v0r.?3,000'���-,Pris,0n0rs  'i'a'ken f a. 11 cl  -   v,    N  . 77;?7tuFod-?An^  ??������ ?*P6kio,7;4?5p ', p.: 1 n v,'.iM ay' 57.���I t  has-just d*>cen: ^  7Adinirai?,Rc>jes^  tljeeii :sigh ted-offTsirSliima?Tskind[  ���in -the Strait'-;/bpKorea:?-;;-7;?;??: ???  ,;,.���-:Chefob'?"'..;Ma.y.:; bS.-r���Tlie. ;J apauese  '���cohsii'l-',?t6clay?:recei\'.e.d7a,':.-.p  .?yiu'c'?tel;egr"*-iiiv.:;-siat"iilg?..ili  v'bailie -v.\yas7;,ii-iv pf��g"ress* ye'ster-da}-  7lbelween7 the? Russian,aful, Japanese  'fieels iir the;Kdreai-:Sfrails.?7 -; ??   7  -77? :-?7a?-t��kto?bo^^  7.7 Tok iq, -.2 .'.*i S^vm ^.7 May, '29 74 -It ,i s  7���officially :;aiinpuiicetl'?;liei-e "that"atiV.  -Iheuiicnews has been,received.stat-  itig'vthat?tlrevRussia 11 ?��� fleet tinder  7Admiral..v.Rpjeslveusk-y7 ha;? ?beerr  praelieaily? annihilated ?ih ?a? naval,  . <aiigagem*eht, ir>i the Straits of'Korea.-,,  'Tlie- vre|)Ort'7'fui"lliei?vadds7that7tlie  ' :Riissiair: losses v\vere:-T-T\ve'l x/e.vvar-  v^liii)s,,;siiir1cT,.0)i7ca:ptiii-ed7)t\vovtrans-r  ports1 sunk; ���'. and'��������������� tiTO.  torpedoboat  ���destroyers sunk. . '      ;-;,, yyy,.[  '..Alaleiv? report gives the Russian,  losses as follows"���   ,7-7  7   Sunk'?.���- -I'vyo    battleships;"   one'  ,,-coast defence a ������-.her "chid, five cruis-'  ���ei'S, l\v�� S]-)��Cia'l service ship;--, -"'.arid  ���three lorpednboat destniycrs.'  .". Captured 'bx'Hhe"Japanese: ��� Two;  E-iattlesli.ips, two coast defencearmor-  clad.*. one special service ship., .one  ioK-edoboa.tdest rover, and over two  ithousaunl p'-ris(511 era.,     7,  Tokio, Ma's' 29.���-In his'report lo'  ..���ihe, war .office 7: A dm ira I. Togo adds  jl hat., the.'Ja'p.riiiese.'-s.q.t.iad.rp.ii was 11.11-  damaged. .:���?:., ,v...-.  Tokio, May.30.���Admiral Togo's  ^���supplementary-repart,makes known  that the 'defeat of the Russian' fleet  ���was a most staggering disaster and  ...unequalled in. 'lhe naval his-ory of  .the world. I'mct'cally.'every fighting..ship was either sunk or captured and the  remainder   of  tlie . fleet  , dispersed, some making Tor Vladi-  vostoiik and other*-:.going along lire  China coast., Admiral Rojestvcn-  .sky was dangerously wounded' and  .occupied   a   cot   in   a Japanese hos-  ' U-iiUil shi|>?.'i priswiier of war.  Tokio was inf're.fist'oiiiidc'd.ilian  dated al tlie liist measure of.lhe  victory and llie people seen.', to be  nimble to grasp clearly the magnitude of the .tritunph which Admiral  Togo lias brought to the nation.  Mo one dreamed, of an annihilation  .at-the first meeting .of lhe fleets,  l.ater   reports   indicate   that   the  !fi<;hting was of the most desperate  nature iinagineable., All day Saturday and Sunday there were repealed  persistent torpedo attacks, each of  ���which was followed by heavy gun  ������ighliug. Rojestvensky' were  hopelessly outclassed in gunners' at  all   ranges.      If  is   reported that it  \yaS7necessar\7fbr: A'dmiral Kojesl-  vehsk57lq7chai*gcv;~his' ''-''flagship, 7110  ,1 ess   IJ1 it ii.-. fi v e. ti n i'c.s d n ri 11 g 111 e L w b  daystof-.'thed'-atj.le?7,IT.c:-finally tqok  refuge;:ou: a 7lorpedol-)oisit 7destroyer,  .oh'yvhich'.'.he?,^  77 Oi 1: lea ia 1 i iig of ' lhe? j a'panese vie- i  tor\7''find,Hhc'' captures Acl-  niiial -?Iio iiruriiediately. ?ihstrricted  AcIiiiiral77.'J-ogb7:,lc?7alJ.6w7Adnrinil  Nebogatoff,;,:sindr.any ���ether.-Russian!  officers'- ''vviio?- wished 7'to .'���'. do 'so?to!  tra 1 isiiiit'��� fi 11.1 're ports -of?;llie battle?to  the;���'?i'*niper6i'';������ 0r;:7\vaf ?cdfice,.7'pf  Russia?;'".??r777 ?"7'??7 7:7-:;;7 7-77.7.:7;? ,:  *' It7has been decided'that all the-  Russian,officers who.vyare';-.captured.'  ?yi 1V be penniitted':to' r;eti-.f n toTRtts-,  ���sia.v.'.-b"ji:; .giving .tiieia" 77iiidrvidua]  .paroles?,/;,':,.,7.v7v,;o:..v;. 77,-7774,7.;';���;���-.v..'  7 Lond6n^;7May ,30.-���Lord-���' Rose-|  hefy.'s''?-''-^^  stakes ; today..- , Dista'r'ioe.; about one!  uiilevaiKhavlialP 7.Time,?3;iT. ,;?7??���.  ,,: Londay? ?May u-gu.-���Jeweiry-val--.  tredtitover ,"$3b",:b6.b'7lras.'.'.beeii?stdlen:  'fro'.m'-.:7th'e?resicleuce'..'?6f-:the-.''r)|u  =Westh*iusier:;,.7There7 rsirrb.clue io,  tlie'-thieP;v?,;??v7;;?;. ??" ?????:;? ^"Ay  ���'."���'���Paris, ./May 3*1?���A. dastardly;at  leniptito.Jassassinale:vtlrevhead7rrierr|  of two. countries'was made: here to-j  iiighi? by an un.k.nowrr. anarchist'-  who ��� threw, a dyn-amite' bomb at a;  carriage'-which contained King Alfonso, of..- Spain., and- President  Lbubet 'asVti'rey'-'..were leaving, the  Ojiera. It-expiiocle'd'-' without injury  to c-ithei' lire -.king of president,1  but several, of the soldiers of their  military, escort;were badly wot'r.uded.  Mariy.ari'ests..of suspected7persons'  have.been made. 7 '  .7. .,.  -.v '  ���'    ��� 7v- , .,    '���������- ��� V ��� c". v - '  .-, Tokio,, May'311.--Admiral Togo  .to'cia)- re]>orted the,capture oPVice-  .'vdiriiral Knquist of the Russian  nav.y. The. E.ussian prisoners captured in Saturday's and Sunday's  fighting will total, overs,000.  .... St. - .Petersburg,- May 31.���-A despatch received today from the  headquarters? of our Maiichuriaii  army indicates?'prospects of a big  battle -the ireai" future:  Reports have reached here to lire  effect that the crews of. Admiral  N'ebogaloiT.-s ships uruiinied during  the progress of Sunday's- naval  cugageiuent.  St. I'eleisburg, June r. "���--The  recent,catastrophe which has overtaken the Kussiuii fleet has given a  tremendous impetus to the demauds  from all localities upon the Emperor  for the inimediate convocation of  the National Assembly.' The press  of the Whole Russian empire has  defied all restraints and continues  to pour out indignation and wrath  upon the bureaucracy, which they  claim is responsible for all the misfortunes of the present war.  7V777; ;?;Mining 'Notes7?7?'?:?7'  77 Thediigb xvaleron 'Spruce Creek;  still con tiii lies aiidvlhe.vviible offbe  >vqrkr;is7j'iactical!y ��� -s li, tit "7- d 6\y 11J .'J.'-fi ti  :pi'esent;;oiily;orie7 or-t-xvb- parties be--'  i i 1 g" a b 1 e to c'o r r tin tie sluicing:. 7.7:?7 ?  ,.;.C.7I-I.>Nis:'eii,^wh6vhas7 a.;lay,ou  tlie'prc'perty oftlie Northern ?M,:  Ltd7 vsti 11, con tin ues; lo 'have!, good  results??-and is cleanin;g7up;ari ,'aye'i'-;  age I pf ^200 tper'day fprveig;ht?:mens':  .wprk..;77777???7?7/?;77v::7v77?/?v:??  ?;:;Tiie-?S'priice Creek Power,Com-'  parry have-had, considerable trouble  with theirnvater supply ditch;: 7'1-he'  GoldvVCoiriurissioner,; has beiirr.bhsy  a good? part of ���:the:?week7settliiig:  troubles joir Spruoe.',7-v ;:7;7 :   :7v7v;.  v;The,company arid, the7rndiyidual  tinners';,..are. hard, '���,at..\vork.p.ii'.J3ircli'  arid'Avill rirake.a ,g'oodsi]'o.wiiio"..fof  the?SeaS0li..v7.v-7,v;77;..7'-7v7: .;.;;,7;777-  ,7 Boulder Creek; still has -very, high  water"a 11d'y: ?;?:,,7.?7  ?'7,Tlie7;cbui'paii,ies are laldir^veyery;  advafitage rof:;!:tlie : early::seasbn-voil  Pine; .-piping -haying started?some  ���fo'rty'.--da"vs7':,--eaidLe'r.-;'*eap;-ath'aiv  -, .7--.-,..������-;.--;:. ,:.i��../lJiio. .7-       ���-.,.,  other '-years.^,/'<f/5"-~-"*7v-y-7;;.' ���; A:'.,'-;77;  ;..7 ?f 11e o firce b f I!r e -M ruin g 7Reco rd er!  has? been "busy .-du-rirrg the \x'eek;  selli.lrg7Yi���ee7'rll'iuers, ���certificates. 7;  SSN^^sitiliK  At J i n':; Had 7 a ,; Kf a rip w;' E sea pe  7' From-Total?Destrtictiorir ;;7  Stables &. Lumsden make a specialty of Fresh l.'g'gs ancl Butter.  The governors of McGill plan to  establish in Vancouver what will  practically be a university for British Columbia.  ?From the' Recording- Office.  7      7  staked and Recorded.  On Volcanic Creek���'"Maid ��� of  the Mist,"' by Win. O'Neil?';''Black  Cat," :G. P..ffickman;7'A i," T..  I-Ianna;;'"Half Way,'"'- Jas: Clarke.;  "Denver Kiel?? Zade Burke?. ''Chicago Bill?" J-''��� Molloy.:' "Gohne-i  .niara,'" P. Foley.; "Fir," TEd. Hel-  gren-;7',;'.Spruce,'"' A. I,. Galarno;  "The Delta," V. B. Davies; "Gam:  'ma,'-,'-'-.'E.'-;A,.-.Robin-3on.;..7-'-*Bet'a,''v:M'.'  Bride; "Alpha," C. E?:Gilmoiir;'  "Pine,1' J. E. Smith..  - vOn vSpruce Creek���"Brownie,",  fraction,"' by' C. Gibbous.; "Jessie,"  b-y.Tolrrr'E. Fox.  On Ruby Creek���"Daisy?' by  Cluis. A. Taylor. ;   ^7  Aiiplicatiorrs. ���  By Geo. A? Pollay., for��� ".certificate,  of improveiueiit  of "Good Hope"  mineral claim on Granite Creek.  Transfers.  Oiie-6olh interest "Sham rock"  mineral claim, Jno. O. Cooper to  Geo. A. Perkins.  One.-ooth interest "Copper King,"'  Iv.'E. Harkiiis lo G. A. Perkins.  "Dyea'" and "St.Ant:hony" beii'ch-  claims, by .Morris J3r.ide to Jno,-  Molloy.  ��� "Shamrock"'' hydraulic lease on  Spruce Creek, A. PI. Garrison lo  F. H. Moliley.  Options.  ���"Everett. No. 1" for $5,000,' R.  Pelton to Enos Iv. Markius.  "DuiKlee" for:<'.3,poo, Mrs...R. D.  Felhers'lonehaugh and Messrs.  Blackett and flayer?to J. O. Cooper.  "Federation Day"' and "Pooley"  for $55.^o. ira Petty to J. 0.  Coooer.  Promptness  of  thev;Firev ;Brigade  7 777?an'd7Citizehs  7 7 ?.;'Piseoveir?People;.H  ? :7N'ever7:;since ;Suiidayvthe?2(Sth'of?'  Atrgiist?vr9bp^fias::liieHowir-pPA;tIiri:7;  ���had 7such ; ii\ disaslerous:fire:: as Ihat?  ;which7occurred:-on ,:Mor!day; ?ifter--77  rrbbu last,-'wheii.-tlie?saw aiidplaning-  .-inill,7/electric..?-light.-? j'laiit.v.'sleam:  -laundry;   plantv.,7blacksmith r'shop,:::  offices 7buildings,?-1 bgs :7and ..;a?,(ew,7'  lurriber-'prles7of:*.the;Nor.tlrern Power,'.-'.;  ,& Lumber'Co.-Limited7J!,vere burn->-  ���ed to the'grbinrci.^":A*hd?ag'arh:dbeW'v  Atlin ���owe?t;he?,fiict7lhat -she is still.;;  standirrg'to the *u;iited: eiTbrtsoplrer?  citizens :;(ar)d;thosc;(frbHi;]:)iscovery*)  who again demons tra ted, fir eir-.abil- '  ity.' toivxKDi-k?against -and veppe? withv  tremeiidoirs7-bdds.77.The ;alarm.was?.  sounded? St72.3c?'p.ui.;aVi'd. the',voir.;,  hn teer, fire vbrigadefest, ,110 -time , i u  'ar-riyih^-,;l('at;-.-:'t,lie'-7'sceiie?l'of;^  ;ihe'ir;--?punipiiig-:?.';eng-iir^  i'eefvandi.ithey^quicklyfiad: vwaler;^  plax'ing.-bn.'tlie fiaiiies.'������ .ft was.immediately seen   tliat: the'iiiiU, efhee'  tnuld"iyt2..aii��.l.'ji.!^  doomed and .'the 'supreme, question  was , "could; Ihe.vtowirvbe saved."  .  The wind, v-'nich was blowing ."quite ?  strong  at   1 lie   time,   was  carrying  tF'cToud' "orburniugeirrbers.iritbfhe  town   proper and some of the dwel- .  lings irr the block'adjacent,, to; the  mill; -site had '-^already caught fire.  TNeedless 'to ..saj^'everybody.irr .the.l  town {including" all of lire men from  the  .Indian;7village),   worked? hard  and. stayed   at.iti,    Art appeal was,  sent to Discovery-and some  twenty  men   came   down -and   did   valiant  service   on ' the .engine, greatly re-,  lievfng tlie strain on our own .men,  wlrb"-had   been keeping iqy a heavy:  pressure.. '*..' ,       .'.. '"���'-....  The Scotia, which had. left for  Taku about .three-quarters of an  hour before lhe outbreak of fire, returned to her wharf in lire'early  evening and Capt. Bragg placed his  boat and crew at the disposal of  those in charge but, as the fire was  under control, it was not thought  necessary 10 utilize their services.  Nearly all the residents .in the  south-eastern portion of the .town  were either packed up iready to  move out or had .done -so before the  danger line was passed.  The weekly wash'pfinany. which  had been taken to the laundry in  lhe morning, -was a complete lo.-:-:.  Some of the hotels .lost .heavily in  this respect.  Chief Fiudlay, of "the .lire -department, was everywhere directing the  efforts of his men arrd the,army oi  willing workers and, as our limited,  space forbids ���mentioning lutincs,  suffice it lo -sa-y'.that ���evurybodydi"'  with 'their might that 'which wi��  before them !o do.  J(..'f.:.l.i.i.i.tu*J J7lii;'/.-,i(��� ;A?PLIN?; B.'  C.,? -S A-TURDAY,- - JUNE:' :3;.  1905- ?  vB&  THR ATLIN CLAIM is puncisiinD nvcnv SATunoAV  N.C.NING.       MAILED    IV..-'t:    TO  "fill.;  PART   OF THE  : woiiLO.VFon -co   cents   pun  month:   3.S.OO. pen   vc/>n..   Ar.VEi.TiE.NG hates : im.00 pen INCH CrtCH  ,:, 'iNsrnTioii;-ncoiNG notices, as, cents aline.  7     SPCCIAL   RATES: ON   'APPLICATION.    '        ,    V  '-.lOIJ'.PHiNTiWU":  DILL-HEADS.   V  LCTTKn-HEADS,     , ,  orioEn-  POSTEI.S, ,,V.S,ITINC.   CAIIDS,  .-.���,  .etc. etc."  prtor/ii'TLV   e.-iccuteo.  PniCES   MODE.IATE.  -'. :.1'nn' ArtiiN C' 1'iriii.isiUNi! Co..,-..'.-.  AV.    Pdi.liAiii).;   (ill ant,;    lCmTOli-.MANACKii/  ??���?  77"/.OUR? ;MAIL.7SERVICE..7"-?.;  ���;7-:,:��� 7Np\v,;thatviiiivigaUbn?is open, and  111 a i 1 con tra e lo r, K irk la nd is'111 ro ug h ���  ���'������'7"?\vitl.i-7-anblher.7^  ,7 tlrhrkv the   time has come when We  ?,.carr with fairness to   all   register   a  7. protest,   and   a   strong one,at that,  .';,.;;'; iagaii.rst'.-.the mail servicefor the last  ���-������   two7\viuter reasons, - and, more es-  7 pecially ...agaiirst,. .the   season7. just  ��� past ,7.7-'7;77    ���    '/.?'���''"''?  ��� /'���jvlaiiy' of us have, been .here" long  ;enough  .arid?' know In?personal ex-  ?:perience  the ".hardships and. varibus  ', 7 dangers voP^llie   witiler mail-route,  7 and,-in".lettingfhe contract the Gov-:  ?Veniiuent?has taken ail,these things  , into;:coiisideralidir a;id:,ai'Cvpa3'iiig  ,7 accordingly, .but; they;; are paying  v. for-, a 7 good,: faith ml, first class ser-  ?. vice, Hot. for ���'the'.?i'(iycertiii'ii?':-'''-lia|)?'  v?hfi/-ardJ ?uu!a?bwn' quantityfl;at7j?  -Kirklandf-ees  fit'to "dish -up'f and1  call a mail.service.' 7'.:"     , *.-       ;:1v7  v.;-   In all ���work.-qPtl'is kind,  .that are required to make a 'success'  7 are, the men of a strong personality,  vvwith   lots .of7 aggressiveness,   and  who never /;ay die.    We.all thought  that when Kirk laud   took the  con-  , tract   we   would   have  a first class  service, but we   only learned where  ; we had misread character.'    Never,  during the history, of tire camp, has  there been such a poor and uusatis-  'factory service  in   every particular..  The   reasons   in   our opinion being-  loo   cheap  and  inefficient au outfit,  thus Irving lo,make   niore   tliau   a  fair profit out of each season's work,  ?irnd   in."lhe.Second, place an   utter  v disregard   of   public  interests- and  feelings   and 'departmental  regulations,   he   feeling, so secure iu position and having  such   aa   inflated  :opinion   of  his self-importance and  pollitieal pull that he imagines   the  Government  would   have   to over-  liok and wink at his vagaries.  ; lie -has  made a mistake and will  havc.lo   give   a   full account of his  stewardship :is a servant of the: people.   'He will have  to   balance   his  accomus to th.e last   mill?    Having  lull coniifl-.-iice in ,our. C'overiiuient  we feel, col lain that' h  3r,slwith 30 passengers, 60 tons.of  Ireiglit-.'.prir.cipaljyiiiiiiiug lriachin-  c-ry, 12 head of cattle; and   a heavy  mail,, -and, arrived '.at Taku orr the*  morning  of-June ist.   ,;The Scolia  arrive'd/in 'Atlin on'Thursday, June  ist,'-at   2   p.m. wilh  the following  passengers.:���-PL   W.    K.    Gauayoii!  a 1 id wife,,;J. ,I,ipsco 111 be, Margueritc 1  Longacrc? Carrie   1'7   Spalding,* G.  CAMcGriffen, 7Mrs..F; C.,McGriP  fen, Mivaud Mrs. C.?lC:..Gu'tiiiiiiiigs?,  B7F.vBokuianu? J7B. f "aulkner, J.'  J?";Sloan,v;L?.F;. ,Buefi,?J.,F:?Merri-  fiekly;C. I!Buruside, J. ,If.?vCrook?  John; Steward,;  I'\   -McKens-ie,   'F-:���''  I'Cvau.'v,   I.orne-Ballini,'' Indian Joe?.  C. CfKeeler,' J??Edwards,.'Robert*  '-Pratt,. ;Wm7; Broune, 7 P.; If:.: 1' fa c-'  ket.t,': If. B. Bei;doe,?:\V. Adam:-, f ���?  Hawkins; ?"��?.' Scliulz. ?7 ;?;     7;  ? This is the. earliest .we? have ever  had a fhi'oiig'li'.hbtttjroTir Caribou-.? 7  .': ; ,-WlIY-filSSII  OUT vWMICKVOU CAN nKT'.'l?p(l'nK''.:,VS'CllK,Al*,lIl-llE-?.v-.  ,������     :,..'<���  7-Atlin, Nugget ni*:d , Grcpe   R ings riiri'fl .-rill'ls-of ���..'Jo-xx-olr.v.rvnhiiii.-  ���Triotiiruil.on: tli.. |.i*i!iiiisL-s.   7:7    7  7/7 ",' -.';-��� ?, ,".7*"  -irini; vNoxv 'tit :\Watb'l'tC3,'":rC'!oclcs,  "Jewelry   n11.lDi-3rr.onds  Wiitfjlifisj'roiii $ii/00 ii*'i7 .-'?'���'7-'-i7-i7:: 7:7"v-   7 ';? . -77:;;; .'v;;,.; -.'������:..������.  Silverware, Cut Gls3G?l-lar,cl 'Painted China, Souvenir Spoons.  ;EMlI:?'*i^  They .are.',.Waiting   for   You!  ,'/iSS5S��i-J  IN-  eii  far'g^piip;^;  iffelfil '&>-. Wats[and'Wry>^ee.ds^.  I'fji;t;  :'G&r3>)e��s:::&!ac!!ySlc&p!SC'[FMByMsfcm  "Liisnv;i;?bi?.?f3po'rs7: "-.^.i^sr r^^s;?;-''^ ;??;^!."fv/^  . jauso ?;G fii *i) y'M AH??. :Ti"if'.; :-;xGf )>xi; ?' f 30C5TS.  CORRESPGNDEN GE.:  |T!io Claim is not ,r��Kpousililc lor views ox-  .���(.. ���������.;��� Jjrcsjsed by.c*(irr[>spoinlGiifcs.] -,'i"!  X:h?;im@h^iI,1s��jS  J:At!!iiin^ai!td^h ���.  yj^:SSEse'0if.ery,;\i'.f.Gy  7'..;..   Re BiseoveryMail.?-.'���'  ]vdilor,;opTi-ir.-:..Ati, 1 n, Ci,a 1 *17 ,; ?; ;  7''DEAR-Sh-t,--Referring fo tlie letter "'":pf:";Mr."7Stables,;-acling P.7M.'?  Alliu,-in your?issue7of !last'?Satur-  day, :I. beg to state'.tliat'.'I..called';at.  the';ofirce about;vii"a;m..i  .onSuuday, 14th "anst.7vlo'ask;\vhe;i:  the  mail vfpr?f)iscpyery;\vould:7'be!  ready, and was told , by Mr. Stables-  that it would be- ready .'.'tomprrPw",  (viz.7Mbiiday)7;T accbrdihglycalled  for it:on?Monday, 15th;inst., at the;  usual; time.: and.  took the .mail., to  Discovery;-'-,���''-.-.'���'.:7   7   ;'v,   7    -7:^ .  Yourstruly, 7  :,;.;?.??, { 7M..J. McKrNNON,  Discovery, B.C, Ma}- 30, 1905.  o  ;viSe-:7:illJi|lE;v^^��  ���'.' ' ��� ������ ���'���"���'.��� '--"������-"   ���'���'. v  : -f '������'��������� ������������W$$��&M���'-.-:  :'v.^^^'^.'^^,".y^;"::':;C;V^r;-^^  ELFAKD/HEAVyvHARDVyARE,  .Tin sirici Granite Vi's re, ;;    7. 7 ��� r^-^^s-^^i^szS^^, -?-  ners''?.r.c5 BI-acksrv-.i.tlis' Supplies, ;. DqpiSv'anci '���Vtf'incioxwG.v  Canadia-tt^  70.,  .&.���:  OllTpafT^.  'S-ftifi-'NGS; ���"';;  BODYOF LOST MAN FOUND.;  Chas.   Baker,  Missing- Since  Last  Nbvembei'--Inque5t Held.  The   body of   Chrrs.    Baker,    of  whom   ;n'o" trace   had   beerr   heard  since   lire ,..n.ig".ht  of the iilh of-November, last "when he was   reported  missing at Diseqyery, was found by  Mr. .J..-.M." RuiTiiei' on "Maj* 31st  in  Pine Creek opposite the   rear of the  Nugget ...Hotel. ...As. the bodylrad  been   exjiosed   to   the action of the  show, gravel and water for so  long  a period   it was naturally badly decomposed.  Coroner Thaiu went to Discovery  on Thursday inoriiing and held an  inquest on the remains before the  following as jurers:--H. F. Brown,  foreman, uC .Al. Banon, G. If.  Reeler. P. I lampion, J. Palmer, S-r.,  and R. (1. Matthews. The jury  returned a verdici with a rider as  follow:!: Verdict. ��� Accidental  ie will be.dcall |tlu:ltl1 !>>' 'idling over a cliff at Dis-  wilh fais !y bul iinnly und  that   Uie |CUV'J1'-V illU'   Pine Creek on Noveur-  vv-v, V;7;;7-7v,7;;ALftStvA,f:*.qUT  :v7?777S.;.S.,vPRINCfCSS?M  '.������-..-. ���    .--Sitil'ii'j'Jfi'onrSScaswaw.'S ,p.rh7 :.'??"??.7? "?,7'?;.7:"  .?,- '?-. 7 7? -',-' .;,;;'���  ^?;:DireGt7to7*Vaucouver. ;and Victoria.;, v..?:-"    v.  ' .;. ..   ���:i'i,ai]s|if)i'tiiia-,-l.y:riiil .ii'-steiriiier^o-SGatflo-xxvitlitHii-exti-ii f.litvi-go.,  Wo sivo"ciiiluk ��oi'*-*igf*.      No i:itormqi!i;xte culls.'.'-," VV.,.-.���-i-.     ���7    ';-_:^7:7  "';.':-...' ���';:.''.-. -Kor. i*titt?s' o r- *.i i. I'oi* in a t i 6 ii -iipi'ly lo', vjjjd / :J7)?   'jlJ1.1'TH1  -Vv*.;7v. v.-iv;-,;^.,:.::.....:,,;,;:;^,,..;.:,..,.,....,.::; i,.;,,..i:7;.7.t;;,^...,.:.7.--,.:.,.;:.,.v.,- -. -.!-.' ���       "."ii.'ifciil',' Skiijs'  OTHEWHITEi^SS&Y.UKGH RO:U^E;  Through   Line 'fr'bm'.Skaguay .to  A.tlin,v White  Hor-se,  :.        Dawson and all inter-mediate -Dcints.  ;iU*.  Bi.g- vSaimcn,  Finely.-appointed trains daily, ej'.cept Sunciay,  ketvvEsr, 'Skaguay, 'Carifcc*-*.)  .and WhitahbrEc.   Carry Psiasencjers, Bcigsac:o, SVIaii.snU Express-.  TIMS?'SCHEDULE   OF   F! RSTCLA'SS-' T.HA^S-V  1 No. I.'���North Houmi. |  iN...'!.���South Hound.  ���n,'',0��:'ii'i.-'i',y.       SIxA(i.UA\r--?A'|>.'iii.     -, -.  ��� .'���''���-,- |).m...!,y.   ,  CAR'.-'.iOlj" .'?r.y.'li;6a-ii.iii. ���?.'.-'''  " ���-4.:-.(i'\ wii'LTifiibitsiinv. tirabii. ni. '���'   '���'.-',-7: ���'������'  TIME   SCi-iEDULE   LAKE   STEA^BOAITSf       ?;? ?';  Iieax-u GAKIHOU r. i). iii..'.I'iu-.,-.U).xm,      Ai-rivo .-A 1 I.IN I) a. m. .'lYi-ihu'Mlii.x.-i. .>������  "  - *' v;-rj,.,;n.  Ki-ida.x'E., ','.,.:'".     iH-a. u:.v.S::i iti'.U^.'.s.  l.c:ivo A'riiTN:.-) p. iii. Jloiitltt.v-j,'��� ���'.'��������� ���-A'!-rix-o'CA>l*lllU.lJ 7 ii.:m. 'I'ik.s.Ui.vs.  _'_������-.'"      ,7"    ,...5-|i. iii. Tlri-.rsilii.x-ss,--   - '"      7,     "7     ...7 ii.'m.'Kriiiiiys.  ISOpounils of liu-i-jj-ayo x-.iill I.e. oho-jko'ilSi'DO-xx-il!.. i.'aulilf iill'l'iii-L"tulU..'t niul-7,"   iiuiiinls  xyitli on til i liiill'.l'nro-tiekor. ....     ,7.,., :....,.:.  PuMsoii-ri-.i-.s i ii list-i>o ut ilepots in time, to l.iu'o liii-ryitjio -iusiiuctuflKiml chnel'..'.!.  .''��� T-iiiio ScliiJiliilos.ii'ri? liiibjiicl-1fi.'i:hiiii*ip.\x*.itl|-rjiit-'iiotif;p7"'     "   '���"��S?~,"    Eacj'Ciage   Bonded   Tixroucjii.  I'-.n-   inriii'iiiiiti.-.n   ri.'hiiix'f.; to, l'i'issoi.*j;ui*,'-.l'"rpi!jlit,-   l*r>-.|:!'i;..-i.iii.-il . 1'i'li*-.-rii|;h I'iiU-s,  iipp'lyto tiiry ii^iint Hi' tli�� OoiiilJany or to   -,'.',  -M..I.. li.W'll lTi:, 0. P a P. A.,     7    3i. L! FSC'CfV'l BE, : 7,H..l).'P.rNNI*;o,'As:st, G. .I'.'jt P.A.,  A'liiii.oiivi.r, II. C. ' ��� Anent, Atiin. SUiinimy. AIiinUi'i.-.  right.*;  oi   our citizens wi!  prolectfd -iu  future.  thus be  NAVIGATION OPEN.      .  ocatia  A'.'fivod   nunclay,  Hay  20th���C"le;i:-3r Siiilod VMh.  The ice on ,-Mliu Pake went oui  siifiicienlly on Sunday la:-.l lo allow  tl:'.:' l-ieotia U> come aero-;;-;' thai  morning. The Gleaner lefl Taku  I'.r Carib.-*u Monday evening, May  29i.i1, a:r*l arrived there on Ihe.^oth.  She   left, on  her iilh, 190?-. Rider. --Recommended that lhe railing around the  cliff be extended and that a wire  uelliiig be attached thereto 011 account of there being many young  children iu lhe neighborhood.  ,7   *'I   Have   Re-opened  . Oi: tin.' Wi'.tiirfriiiit.i  AIimi'.i SuilK C'lriiiu.'il uiiil tct'paii'u.l,  A'll Work Gnu rn 11 toe.!. .     j  fi.lOlls  Clllloil   fill-  I'.lll'l   I)l.*liVI!X*l-!ll. '  'Cnsli 1111  I)rlix'i-ry.  ''Mrs. "A't.   Per.!*,    t=rtpriaircas.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  Baknoral Hotel,'  ?���',-���.-        ^Dijcovery^E. C.f  MIllor,'& ffieLa'i-en,  -?' Froririetors.  IVg .Man'.to   PfomzG*  Finest "Lkp.,:ors and Cigars.  Good   Stcfcliiif,*.  ;  Tho Court-  There were two cases in the  small debts court this week. Mrs.  I'mn vs. Haslelt, and Airs. Fenu  vs. Carmichael. The cases were  partly heard and adjourned pending  the  return trip on the j the return of.J. S. Fcun.  T-HUS "HOTEL IS STOCKED WITH  THE   BEST -OF   GOODS  Sam.  J&hav&i&EuO,   Prep.  tree ��� il��M  DlSCGV'IvR^, B.  C.  A Strictly First-Class  Hotel.  Din ing-Room in couneclion.  Choicest Wiuts, Liquors and Cigars  ED..   5AIMDS,    Proprietor,,  Di;:on    &  .Set:*,-.'!  .Pr��  iiiggei lefts  ICtCIG.  ���r"  Discovery.  0P1CNDAY AND NIOHT.  i'IRST-CI7ASS UI.CSTAUKA.N'T  IN  .'CONNKC'riOr-.     '���  lll'l..l.|lllll'I(.-|-S   for   J>l;ii���,'t   Mil" is. .ATLm,7T3. -C.? 'SKTUIW'A-Y, \[JUN$X]ity'*!&''  A^0M-y^  ;Oiir' Stores -in? -Uotlii;T  ���:. v--':";'-.'"' -.,? ���-'������'' '������'���-   ���'?7',';;';--7-<:-7-',7'""';.-"'',: ' ���'"77'"'7.,7777-;".-''7'v7      ,'7;.777''7";".;,v7-"'77',;';?,7;;7-'v"7?'A-T.'r:o.'?"Ltd.v:vv.7': ;:������'.'��� 7,. ���--.. 7  Ji'ii>es7;i^  M&^M!^WMU.  ,:.;,; V   .7 (.'otitiiiut'ul I'l-oin Pii';*f* .*l. 7        7,.  .7 "'l'lie exat:t: cause 'of llie'firc'is hot;  ���71<i!bw'iif)ntiJhe-opinion7\vas:expi'es-'  v:-sed? by I'iiose   best -in ,,'i position: to'  v'ikiibw'illiiif-ipuifisi. ;prdbalMy;slfirled  - from an automatic the. fiir-,  7-nace gelling oulpf order. ? "Several  ,-of? those; employed: invlhemill and  . da ii nc|r)76hly-succeeded ,in:vgeUihg;  /���clear" oPvlherf'uiIding':'in .time?aiir'li  7;diie7 hiah7;:lost:7his'7coat,. X;est.^tud,  : nviltcli'--while others-Most':coals, -hats,j  :?iackelS,,.:ClC.'?7:::.:.7::? -V7 /:7v:77-.:77:77..-_.77  r'-Tire vldss -'of the-.Norlhern Power,  .,-&7f ,uniber -Co., ?I,ld,?vamounts . ia  .���$40,000, ...-including; ''���'������ about    $3,ooo!  vvvbrth'of; lumber and logs; destroyed;.  .'',,:-iMiex-iiii!l;,;'.b.o'iler;'a^i.d-.6ne"-.eng;ine''.:are-  -liUle.the^wbrse for. their   scorchingj  :aud?the cbnipanv -expect to' ha ve-  .'theirUiniber sauMug?p'iaiit' 7vyprking:  '?i.u afyeek or ten'*.days77 ::; 77';?7   -.,-.':������'  7: We ui-derstaud  ���'.-.plant?;will:mot be  re7ii7s'alled - and,  "that tiie\riiaUer'*of?piiUiug'in avuew  :liightirigi'lai;t is asyet undecided.:,  ;;'??:',.'   v ? Board ?<5f Trade?? '?   ::y:[y  ?'The ,7Couneil.: Met  .ancl "Drsoiis'sed'  7??7?? Subjects ?6f Importance.''.;��� ',,?<,'  :-'-"7 7A"sp^iSl;mieeliug-*')"f the "CbuiiciP  ��� ���'   ������.-. ������ ��� .-rt  ...���.��� ��� 1  -of "the Board*o! Tiade was held on'  'Tuesday last at which mallei's,, of  .. co f 1 sider'a b!e '.ii 111 porta 11 ce; were; dea 11!  ''.with:.      .'���?.   ��� . v  0 ??.. '���'?���"?'  .     'The''.'/.president:..-.opened,  ���ceedings   by   announcing'   t.hat   the'  'council lmd'been convoked -to   take!  ������upHie   matter  oP lhe dePfy in the'  lappoiutmenl of the. County Court  ."Judge. - The   board,  had   agitated  ith is   q'les'ddn for-several years nqw  ?-and'hafl.':llic-Ba'tis'faction of knowing  ithal Ihe'ldiiiy tiling" that remained to  }be done was'.thz appointment'-.of..-the.  Tjndge.   The,mailer being thorough--  My.discuHsed'it'was, decided vto- wire,  v/Mr??Sloan, M.. P.,.pressing-thejm-  miediale appoiulment..: v . 7: 7 7;"''."  ;vThe -notification -of/the Juneau  ���Chamber? of Gommerec.ns-to when  '���our surveyor;'would   leave   here  to  ..look   over   the -route .of lire Atlin-'  Juneau Road'v/ns next brought up..  ������Owing to the inability of Dr. Young,  .to be present no informalion-was at  ���hand.    -The secretary' was 'instructed to wire Juneau, ns  soon   -as   he  ��� [found  put when the start would'be  ������made. ' ���   .-���  Another mailer dealt wilh was  '"A Public Wharf." Jl was pointed  ���out that the present., wharves were  owned by either the \V. P. ..or a private company.' If lire public wished  to lie tiji at these wharves lhe courtesy had alway-i, been extended lo  them, but they had not the.right  .and must fake the risks aUaclied.  Other reasons'were advanced why  the public should have a wharf of  ���their own. "A special -committee  was appointed lo look into the matter of foreshore right.-", and report.  A    letter   was   sent   in    by  Mr.  Woods touching ou the desirability  ��� of au   official measuring box being  "put in on  Spruce   Creek   to ensure,  lhe   proper   How   of  water   in .the  creek.' ? This imiltor had .already!  been 7 taken up ; by our uiieurber'inj  Victoria,rriud.the Gold Commission?  erfaucl   Dr.; Voting .fluid the'mailer'  in;haild.7?7: .?,7?,  ;'7:7-.7.??v, '77;  ������": 'Phe ���;".���president ';']*dinled;*ouithat  lhe i"ecc!itTrre;.\\diicli .-swept Ihc'rriiIf,-  .premises'.had ex nosed unreal .'Vnien-I  ���.-:���;,.:-'        - ���-��� *   -'-;, "..���������".���        .--������.���,   i  :fieev7to7:oui7;.sa(et}','in'"'tlie ���rubbishj  hc-fuis,"garbage,old;feiiIs, nbaudoiied  ���shacks';'7:;;&c.,   Which 7adUed to'the;  ..; Ian ge r .'���' -M u '���-.'��� case? of;' ii re.; '....'I' h e sec re-;  lafywas  'instrucled. 'to   iiotifj* the!  fire wardens and' urge'I: lieirfeiiiov-!  ������ ���"-'.;"���  .'7V7 7 77-�����:-,.,:���:. ���,-,'������--.. -.-..-., I  al. 7 ;With? a. drscussiori on,the ne-i  CessityvoPa, in in ing vinspec'to'i; ���;..;.-��� fpf.  this, district .life,proceedings/:closed."  Card of'Thanks.  .7 On behalf.of tbevT-Tprthef n.'Power  &?Luruber?!l;wish to  thank flie?-citizerK'of; Allin,-.those:  who came, from Discovery ? a rid tire  Indiaris7 for;?the;7;,herioc;7i.iraniier.:in  whiclrf lrey71abored:to vextiiiguish  the fire on,our property oii Monday:  jast.;7?;Sigrred;,,?7??: ?.???,.7,?.;, .'77.??.:?  : 7?v, Sincerely your3,7 7; ??'S??  V 77;f'v.?T.?Tkoughton??.?;���)"':���  ',7?;?7.?7'????: Mgi:?N.-P/&L.vCo.';'Ltd.,  Atliii?;Jui;e;,-2iidi?-i9d57-;-'?7:K:.-'7?7v-;::|  ,?-Dissolution vOi^Rarinsrship.;/'  ,tx T'OTrCH-.Ts'.lipi-ohy H/iirx^'rthut on anil nFlei-  XAi .7iiiio'iist.,'l!)U5; tho iMininj*: Pai'tnui-iiliip  thoi-Btofori; oxi.stiiiK- hct.xx'ueii.-.tlie>iiii-.  (lersisncil, iiniloi* the l.rii) nfinio-fll' H!iicitix.'c  Griini, xx-illibo tlisscUx-eil.    . , / ,     7  . 7 .������'- 7 .1. H. Ur,ACK,  7 '     .   -  .-������\V. Por,i,,xiii) Ghant,  inlS-it. -"A. P. McKknkie.  ^E-M'S^-N'MiE  PRESH   URES5ED ?'MEAT5,   also  r-.n.-n ik. tm^nr'j'' rvx?.TJ&a   ���  P(OULTRY?GF JtTL-^ilMC^  C7 DOELKER     [VJariagei-7  MmMmMMMWmW.  -SUCCHSSOKS S'Or  Liquor- license Act.        -  ."]\J()TlCI*i Is herehy K'iven ,tliiit'.'M. sln'tH  -' upply. within - HO -.ditys from--.flute.''for  pp'riiiis-a-iiiii to triuisfer the r,if|'iini* I.ieense Of  the Goltt House, Diseox-ory, 'to Christum  Nisscn.. ���;; '7.-7.:;.. 77.;;',--  IlllHt ���'���'���, '-'     ���''.-RoSE.  "ISTT'OTICE .k,-'hoi-eli:.-:^ix*c*n tTiat'i, VxT. G.  "^ I'lVx,-shall apply xx'itiiin 111) .lays from  ilatu for i>ariiiM!jifjii-.'tu ti-ansfer thoLiiiiior  l.ii-oiisf- ol' liic-Kii-Ulanil -liot'.'l, uf ���Atlin, to  John Kirkhiml.  r------ --77;       77 ��� \y7o. .TrL'L., -  Di'itcflf'ilay of Jl.iy, 19C*". m2(l-r>  Good iiopc Mineral Claim.  SlTl.'ATK'IN-'TlIK jU'U.V JlrNINfi'DIVISION'OF  (J.XH3IA1I vlUSTKlCT. .Wll-EIHl 'tOOATUD���  Hk-ADQU-AIITUUB��� Ol' (-lUA'Nmi'.CJIUEK,  r-p.Vlx'li NOTICI*; that I, Geo. I'olluy, V.-M.G.  "*' uiW.SUI; part oxx-ner ami iifrent. for John  IxirUliinil, 1-'. M. C. a?:!;-!'!, intijiiil, sixty iluys  I'l-oin tho ihile hereof, to apply-to the .\Iiiiin*,*  I'ecortler for 11 Ci.'i'lilieate il'f linprox-eineiits,  I'm* the puriiosa of ohti'iiniiiK a Croxx'n Grant  of the iil.'.vi) oliiini.'  Anil I'lirther tulle notice.' tlw't iialion, miller  si'iilion :i",must Im hefoi-etlu:  issiianreof snsh Cur 11 liviltu i>'f.J.iii|ii'o\'eiiiuiit.  ��� Dale.l this lstiluy .if April, A.-1). IIIM.  Jee' Painser,  The Reiiabie Shoemaker,  -----    Discovixi'v, B. C.  .7 _ o_   l'1-lubfa-Ei" Boots a Specialty.  ���hilkto Lodge,  A. F. fS. A.IM.  Iteyiiliir   eouiniiiiiiiiu-^r (ions  helil  on   the   Iirst.  * H7vs^>'y'/\ 'I'liiii-siluy til'(.'urh  NN/   A iii   tin;  A. O. U. \V. Hall,  V Thiril Slri.-et.  VisltiiiK' lirollii'Pii imi'flliilly inx-ilcil,.  Browisilee'S JHcFarlane  Engineers and Surveyors.  .1. 11. I'ltO'VXbliK, P. I.. S., I). I..S.,   1  J. W. Mnl-'Ani.AiVK.C. li.  7:;;?7:::?'-'??;?'?^HO^AS,7;:&^^^^^^^^  :y]yAA^y^  ���: ?:VA'ncouvei-:??B;;C?, ,??7?7- 7-..:7v:7'.', ??..'^77-?:?ip;?'07'BQX-<lb3.v:-  ^HE:;'^  "lEKl^vTOvIME;  &:y:^  THK; DIKING-ROOMvIS; C01SSDUC'l?[iD7 0N7":STRICTLY-?FIRST^  ;:?.?" ;��� '������'. ?::''Ay.    ?-ClSSS ?PRTNCI.P^ ;??77-77'-'  ymlAmEm  ,- ,. ..   .   :.,-���   s -��� ��� .     ,- 7 '-.'''.���* '.-  ���:-.'". >      -  ��� ���',,'-,"' 7"' ��� -'��� *      - '���'',- "'-."...;?.'.���-'. -' *'   , "   Q  '  -���" ���'���' o^Sy'��'���'���' "?1 V ;"'  '*Ti ici^roif iT'ibv- ������ ia--''/���*'"'��� ������'���-- ?���"?-"..'''-"':? 1  7v*^^?-v?:7?':?',7?;?'?7.?.,.  ryA^ fy G.;7Hv?Nissen,7 Prop,  DISCOVERY,   B. 7C.  7pr'Bf"Wrdn^,?iM^r7; J  ���He's tan rant* in Gr)tuieotion Und or ���  New iiml Capablu Mmitisoiuciit.  -DIXCW    BROTHERS,   -Propi :c-tors.   ���--.���.���.-,-���,-.. rJ: ;���7-7-���r::~":^a-��T-������:^7-."'7 .--,'.���'." f ??'-"'    A.   ���  - :       Pool    &?  Billiards, 7 .Bree.  Freighting and7Teamir!g  Horses and Rjgs for Hire,  lf:"il����AI.?:i1ll��Ei_s  TALLIVIIRE "���'&.   BENNETT,   Proprie-LOi-s.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, .B.'C"..'.  FIRST   CLASS .RESTAURANT   IM   CCP"r*4 ECTION.  ci;o!tcsr wines.* liquors-an;),cioaks-���'CASii'-st'ous a'-si-'lcialTy.  e ? Cmm&imi :MMiik- ^   Cosismerce,  '���-''��� CA'P-ITAL:   PAID    UP   $10,000,000.  "Rksivuvi*:,  $3,500,000..    7  Branches of tho Bank-at Jcattie,  San Francisco,  Portland,  Skagway, .etc.  Exctizim^ii so Sell G7/73 all Pcfi'tils.  Goi.u Dust���Assav Oi*"i*'iciMN Connicctiok.  ���D.-KOSS, Manager.  VANCOUVER - ENGINEERING; WORKS, .LTD  VANCOUVER, B. C.  SPECIALISTS   IP4  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS, WATER   'GATHS, .  KIFFPK    PAPS, S'PKI*;!,   Ri A'lv'PTi* D   -PIPJ',  HOISTS,       ;,iINIaO   -CAGKS     -avv    !OKK   'CARS.  m/\D��   TO 'Sf-EC-'iAL   DESP7"??-  A.   C.  r'i':?!"XJ'iF*T,yj'.   Ar-cnt foi1  /'..'.iii*  District. ;ATLm?.7B?-^^  719057  ?"I?oc7r Events.?? v"?-;.?,?';  -; noiivbed-, 'iuh*.* Vcsses auif.sprir'gs  " ut?Re'7'^^^ 'A : A)  7;7; ^CjPl'c-I.amarc .iei't;Vancouver  ', on Tuesday en route -'for Atlin. ��� 7  7 Sale ?Deposil;7VauUs .at,  '"'���.'Ivgg'e'r't'-'".-. .Rates'reasonable?,;  vvThe, ;Scolia: is   expected   in tlr is  ?afleruoonr\vith mail and passengers.  '���'���'?;: McDonald's? Grocery^ niakes ;a;  ;.speciaity?of?fresh :eggs7aucl;butterv  :?;'--<,'Mr.'7:aiid'?^  7 ''/River',- came:up ycslerday,on a short  '.'" visit.-'" : 777;; -7' 7.7 '.'*'': '7 "7 7 ".; ;??'?'.::"?  - ;Mrs?" Peter's bread���the;.,best in  "/the 7camp-v^canV.h'e obtained .at'PilP  i-.iuan's Atlin and -Spruce .Creek stores. 7  7 The men; ;(u"hp---. curie dowufrom  7v:SprucevCreekyeslerday?uiorningftf  A: attend? the '.local, court, arrived in  ���-';':towii.ii'r holiday allire . and7 had rip  7 less fhau Jialf a dozen gaily decor-  viated double rigs; (tlveydid.n't.walk),.  .-- .npt-td/mentiou arr improvised band,  ;7;a;:colour-bearer and?a-drum-major.,  ���r'' They paraded; tlie /principal streets  .of'tlie'town andvinterspersed sev-;  ; ,eral "musical selections -with hearty:  ���������   rounds of cheers.;  :7 ,777 ."'���''.  ?;;Ccme ? yourself;; and .tsend: your  ' -family or friends to fire; Fifth .Aver  ?.".",<rriie Hotel whehiifSka'gwaNvCour-  7 ie7us 'treatment?; moderate rates,  7 excellent service. 7, .7-'.,,,;.7.,'?.:4:7...  ??;;?;Circu!aiing 7Libraryi7.cpntaining  ,7,best editions,:at'C.R. Bourne's.;;77  7?-"-Peh;fafki^Paiilf''-:/-Wirt?Fountaiii'  v Peas 7are the-best on the market������  .,;, Gel one at Jules Eggert's.;/  -.Miss.; :Marg;uerile Xongacrepdra-;  'riiaiic soprano rind reciter, and Miss  7: Carrie Florilla 'Spalding, ?pianist  -���'������������.and' accompanist,   arrived in Atlin  ���7:.-; ���' i 11:- 1 at es t 111 aga v. i 1 i es an d pa ire rs  are always on hand;at Pjliman's.  7 For anything- in thefuruiturc.line  ���c-e; Regan.  ; Why. pay  as  much;. Pit interior  accommodations   wheir   the7Fifth,  Aveuue.fIotel,..of;Sl^  vbulhefjestat the; same prices.? .7.4  ;;7;ff,;vvv,.'-;v?';/?:'"; ;^7/7?7.;;;'7;:vv:t^  ��  the  on   Thursday afler-  An Adjourned Case. ? ,.  ? bn7Frida37m;prriing 7Uie;casc7of  lhei?Ci'OwiY-^  and Wassou, charged .with mischief,.  earned up' for hcariiig\before;Magis^  tralcs7i'Vaserv;aud.?Thaiu.;7;!Aboul  ;sixty of;::thc? Spfuccvereelv;��,f"cfs  .\vere;;.preseiit to .watch ^ihpprpc^edT  u1gs.77Mf.7Fv.7M. 7?^^^^  peared- ;-fdr;7the.7accused .aiM-Mr.;  ;Grant for;ihe;i*fdsecu!ioii. vMessrs.  :Shuul?;Mcl^  'and? Lambert were .-'called as ,w\l-  'nesses for the prosecution.7 7  7 The case was: adjourned at 5:^o  last" e veil i n g ;;i 1 n U1:;-.1,0 ;a. in? "y tod ay,,  and it;' is 'expected.!/ hat. a decision  will be given this aftenVpouv 7 ?;7  '/Large assort merit of lamps.���See  Regan.;,,;;;'���"777���;���;'��� ;;';? ���;"7?"77 yy;-; 7.  Church 7 Notice's'.??..'-'.  7Chm-oh oi:i"n?lu...I: St. Jlartiii'sGhiir-ch-  SiHKlay.sei-vioes: Jlutrns ut:,ll, _,^ :  SO..U-, -7:��0 p. in. Celehrution i.r llol.x. L-oin-  '���:������, 1st. Suuilay in mh ��' und on  J\Veil,.l occasions.-.Sumlay. S.^:.f>**.'< ay-  W3 p.:,n. Committee .Meerii^s.lst , hui  "uel. month. V Ui.x*. I-'. I.. St..-i.l...-..s.,n,  7--J-U': Anili-exx-'s .Pr-esliyteriunvGhureh hoh!  serviees in 'the Chiireh on: Se.fioinl street.  Morning service ut 11 : "���.���"veninsr soi'Vloe, ,..:.W.  Sun<1ux-8el.oo!ni -thf.'close vol.: tl.p/.iiur.iiiii",'  s,!l;vi(.!'."Hev.K:'rii.rltii.-ton, minister, yyy-.y  ;:.-"    "���      ��� . ���-���:. :":"7"'  -Large assortment; oPIngrain and  Wall Paper. ���SeaRegarr. ; ; 7  ,KOTIGE  ��� jrw".rw.v:r^w.irMr^*wir^.". VJiwctsra  W.e havi^jtrs^  ;7?, v-;::;7:7:;;,?;;?7V7?7vv;  7  y5ta^l&rOCZrieS.yA:/y':   '-77?/; '- 7-7;���?;;���'";'?7  If? y dti'.; fya nt; ire sh? g'ece! s, ? a t ;b e d i' dclt ;p ri ce;s, ca 11A i nd 7; se e :us.  ���     The, Rise arid Fall.  The lowest and7lrighest tempera-  ���noon.    They will  appear in a,concert iu the Grand   Hotel'; Hall. this  . (Sat urday)e veiling arrd. as Iheladies  "coine, highly recommended;, a If those  who'.attend are assured of a musical  treat. . .7   7 ,7        ?;'!-    '  ..-    The mail   which   left Log?.Cabin  on" the--17th May arrived here about  5 p.m. on.-the729th...on.: .the   Scotia...  -Carrier. N.yland   was six .days from  71 ,og'..Cafrin to ITales City,-being de-  ��� laye.d   at   the   hitler point live days  wiuting"   for   tlicice   to   go;"o'trt.-  J., Kirkland arrived   at   Log' .Cabin",  ���on   the  evening, of  May 29t.H and  wired 'his. intention of leaving' Caribou   on   the .evening-   of lhe 30th.  A   dance   was : held  last night iu  lhe Grand Hotel Hall by the miners  cf Spruce  Creek and their friends,  who   attended   in    large    numbers,"  about 'eighty couple  being present.  The   Spruce   Creek   Ore lies Ira sup-'  plied the nuisic-iu   their   usual   excellent sly!*-.* and.dancing continued  tuitil   an   early hour  this morning.  Refreshments   were   served   during  tlie   evening   and   everybody was  well pleased wilh lhe   hospitality of  the bovs from Spruce.  tures rcccrded; for the week are as  follows:  35 above  34-''������'?'''���..".  37-;  367  39  .-.-������  3��    .:..������'  36 :  ;May.:-27.  ,  ?  2S  ?29  30  ?    31  ; ��� .-��� 1  69 above  65?? ���'���:  71  67 .-:  69: ���".'������  7P    "--.''���  68 .  Onion Sets,,Garden   and   Flower  Seeds?at C. K7 Bourne's; 7? "  ; Notice.  I  Tho uniloi'si**!.'.*.!, xx-ill not hi. rcspo'iisi-  9 hie ior liny ilehts inoiirreil xxilliout my  wt-itli.-ii oriier, ami nil ai-eounts ..(no '-Tin.  l'ovul?Sto*niii l.iiiiiiilry"' niiistlie  puiil to me.  MIlS. M. I'liNX.  Hate. 1 this ?.:.t!. "lay o'f'7May. 1'*<>���*��� y    ���       '. -r '"  o  jr.      BATIfS  0   i%L.m   BARBER SHOP  F. vSHii*:'r,i*s ft Kddv Dukiiaixi.  Noxx'o.*i*upy tl.i.'li- ii.ixx-- i|iiai-ti-rs next  to the Haiih of l!..N. A���-l*"ii*sl Stri*.;t.  Tin* hiiih rooms urn i*.|iially as ( ns fotin.!  in   i-ili.-i.    I'l-ix-.-itt'   liiii i-iiiirn for InilUw.  "atlin's shoemaker, -;  R. WMITI'IEPD, will be .iu Atlin  about the last of   .May  with a full  lol of  HANI.i-M.ADI*:,    WATKKTK.IiT  Smoics.     Hold your orders for hiin."  Hi f/ ill  ra^llSlOt       BUCCKSHU.: TO      'M.    FOLEY  6"*��      -���/       SS Hra^^S^SSHS"!     ���    -n/r   rrr\T Try  ATLIN   CHEAP   ��M.W   SIBBE,   ^04 ��� '  ���ff^SP"  FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.  1h& jieWSfli��^  m^MMmW$M^^WWM  -. ��-^^M^^JJC^viM^ew-���'l������^^-^���������."��^���:*';',  ���?;, ,7.;7;7 '333'";H^sfings:/Sti;^ 0'-:0;y^A  - 77 7:-', "'"7'7,7v/77:7;-'-'7/Wi>s*>^^^^"-'7"''v-v''':';?7 ���'���?7--7-:'?7'v,  ;7/$gSv7 . M;iil?diders;p,rohiptly'������alleiidc-df'fo?-.' ?, ' r? 7 ??' 7  7:  ?SelPMeasuremeiit::Blaiiks;7and;Sanip!es 'seiit; on7applicatioii.  Flour,  Oats,   Chop   Feed, , Bran,   &c, &c.  lRTMElM::;7-PCpfeS  -%��  ^;7Wl7amll:ill':S  7'?'>7 7.:pa?^& '-"yy  vSencl in.7yOur orciers.    ?7  -We  aJ?;.*'- --      ���.���"'   '-,-"     ���������- -W  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and' Satisfactorily.  mtMm  ATLIN? B.  C  %8����w(BB��g>  @f. Lager B&&B'-1 and" ��P&ffz#��ra  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROM PTPY  PI PLED. ?  ?# TI1EliIM!Ni) 11H��EL#-  DAVID. HASTIE,'   Fropriotor.  FINEST EQUIPPED  HOTJd,  IN Till' NOR'PH.  EVERY'PHING   CONDUCTED   IN   FIRST-CI,ASS7\IANNER.  COKNlxK   1MRST   A.VIxN'UH  AN!)   IIISCOVKI-; V   KTlt Ix'liT,   ATI.IN.  i  -A,  c A K  ^    ' y^.R'-.i >7l  ,1 S-,f  THE  Half-Way Mouse  is 11 hiivcn for nil  (riH-i-lli'i-.... 'riioini-ij.,  aro I'l-M'-niilliii,-.' iiu.l  tho   lu-.-ii-rrs    in    (In-  I.ill'   US   l'1'fl'l-j.liiiij;   n.s  I ho ili-w ol I iie f-iu-iy  iii(.i-:iiu-r. ,, An iih-ul  siiii.iii.-r unci xx'iiilt-r  i-.'Sort.  JAMES   QLA  I'KOl'KIKTOK  1  vl


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