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 fife'*  ���'  I  n  i  rvT^-f**-r^*^tvf.*r*^  Min*>.JUdJnU3.1irir'.2.1GfcASSA"lW'SV,%S  ������cjs^f*'5'-."!^'i��:Jei-ul-j.iun-  *M"fV5T3?-!'  TSrsr  *---*t"2f ^P^^t'^SVI Jfiiiass3��i r-  :7.__ZL^^iSJc^J^kdkL:  J5^  o.  ���i- I'J   i .    UH'4  i'1  14 ��� I  t  I  ���il  J  rf'J  I-    ?!  r   v  T .$  *'V  I'j  (?*'  >1\.  .<f  r  I  I  r*^  I'    &  Of  li*  1  1  1.71  8  "V  ir~^  ytiWirnwi s[k*��iif  ^*("i*fc>��'��j��i*'^-��ni  ATLIN,   U   C,   SATURDAY,     JUNE    4,   1904.  j\ ���*  -00-  WAR    NEWS.  May 28'j'ii ���  A de.s* alch received 'in Rome  noin Tokio '-ays lhe Japanese have  ���ultackul T.ilie'iwan. Tlicii occu-  |):ilion of ihc junction ol lhe Dairy  1 ail way with the main Poll Arlhui  line isolates D'xii.y.  The Japanese captured lifly guns  111 lhe Riu (;ji*.>u light. Russians  kfl 400 dead on lhe field. Their  Ju.-s.-s is sijid lo have been two thousand, and Japanese three thousand,  killed or wounded. . <.  A New Chxvaii" desi'alch sa>s  lhai theie is excellent au'.koniy lor  the .x.-taUmeul that lhe Japanese  plan to use 100,000 men against  Pent Ailhur and lake it by st01 in  in a [011.light. They realize .that  ' the I��,-m's will be severe, bin ecn-  -, iP-i ii ' bellei to lisk that than  k..-e;> .1 large army idle -for three  months. Th'ey do not-propose" lo  pei eliale into the interioi riiiy rifr-  lhe-i than   Mukden.    _, ,_    , , , ,   .",  A despatch  fiom Tokio says the  "Russians    ha'-e -abandoned- ,Nan  Quail Li. g and   havejjeen, driven-  from   San   Chi r Li   Hu,. recreating  ���towards Poit Arthur.      ;   .'     .-; ';  St, Pctcisburg does nol disguise  llie i.ict.ihat Russians ban .qffcr. but  liule resistenoe to,.the advance'of  the Japanese,"and must now retire  within the foi tress of Port Arthur  uiid deiend ihemselyesagainstsiege;  May 30T11 :  General Kuiopatkin has sen.t-"a  despatch 10 th'e war office at 'St.  P.-teYsbtirg which says the Japanese  axlvniicc oir Kwan Tien .has begun  1". 0111 baimmata'za.'  Si. Petersburg is .said to Lave received information .which compels  lhe couviciion that General Kuroki  and the activity of his scouts, northwest aud south-west.ofFeiiR Wang,  Cheng, are parts of a well executed  leint -.o pieveut -Ktuopatkin-. from  deiachii.g a force to hamper ���Genii 1 a 1 uku's operation against Port  A ilh tir. ,      .   .,  A   repott   has   been* rcceiv-ed* a,t  Washington of the departure Iro'm  ' J    , n"   ol"   another  army  division;  i) ,1 the destination is unknown.  May 3ist :   .  A Mukden despatch sax s the  \ i >a i*.-se mad*? another unsuocess-  ul .'t.-m.i lo block the haibor'ot  Pjii Ai liiur on May -3SU1. One  Jar)ine-.e gunboat und two destroy-  er^ were sunk.  ��� 'p.kio says four gunboats, "two  destroyers and two toi pedo boats  weie sen. to Port' Arthur on the  'iii..!-.h?:'.--.x,i','1k'' j8ih and effected a  i;.lU. 7 , vc>':l.l;s;L!,<:vv.lacing7heavy  iir..: .;-iurtie laud batl-iit-*--'. They  d-i^.*o?s;rc-i A .cw searchlight���'station ii'.id otic or two new forts.  One ganboat was struck by a-'shell;;  one officer injured, three men killed  iuid   o'iie  gun   damaged?   AID the.  olher boats escaped without receiving any injury.  ' Tokio Miys the Russians exacu-  aled Dtxluy .so hahtlx lhai ihej  faili-d Lb de.->iioy nnich property  thai \-��ill piovv. highly valuable lo  tin".* Japuuese.   ���  1 Vladivoslo.-k believes lhe Jupa-  'n'c'e have" niiiicd IV-iei the Gieat  Gull, on xvhich lhai citx issilualed.  -Tientsin sa\ s it i.*-, reported that  four Sibeti.'in legimeuts have left ti  point t\s-cnl\* miles souih of "New  Chwang, ye-teid-ay, i'oi the i.elief of  Poit Arthur  !     '" J l! NI? ''I ST :  ,Theie is a scarcity of war news  .today. The only important new  is contained in a despatch ip London Pom Rome, staling 'that a telegram was ic-eeived in that cit}  from i 'I'okio ..Avhich,' re.poi Is that  General Kmoki has completely  beaten.the':"'"i:e . of General K1110-  palkirr neai Simai^e. -All. lhe  Russian puMiwuis east of Plji Cheng  a'ie''s'aid to have been abdi'idoaed,  ���=e\ eial , guii'" taken and. a whole,  squadron of Cossacks captured.  'Phis engagement near Simatsc is  thought to be the same which took  ���place iroitli-east of Feng Wan'g  .Cheng, May 27II1 "do 36th.' Both  sides are said to--have suffered  -heavily, butsdetails are lacking.;  * A courier arrived'a Tientsin from  *Ne\v Ghwaiig'' who' 'says -'that the  Russian^ officials are. desperately  gloomy 'over the results of Kin  Gliou aiid Naii'shaii" Hill*' engage-'  merits. ...:,''"  * ' JUN.K   2ND :  . St. Petersburg ".---A semi-bflicial  telegraiii' fiom" Mukden says that  the'Russian losses-at, the .battle of  Kin Chou were 30 ^officers and Sco  men killed' aud woundji'. The  guns which were abandoned were  iiseles.-.  'Mukden*. ���" Lieutenant-Colonel  Gciurko ar-iivecl from ��� Port Arthur  after safely pas-sing llnough the  Japanese lines, lie was attached  to the staff of Geneial Fock and  beaiei of important infoimalron re-  Litiiig to lliti frg$ting,.at Kin Cjroti  and'the situation.at.Port Arthur.  St. ��� Peteisburg :��� According tc  .information recti\ ed by the General  Staff, the Japanese have aboui 125,-  000 .men .'in Southern .iManchmia.  General Kuroki iscontiuhally shifting col"trous back.and -Joitl? l.P.con-  . 1  ceal his real puipi sc. ..  ���It is stifcly predicted that the  Russian "fiqiuidioi'-'at* Foii'Artlmr  will not wait until the< last 1110-  mei'it befoie'g.rir.g out. A despatch  from lhe Russian admiral sa\s thai  every ������-���hip,, with, the exception of  thc.Ppbicda, is uvw ready, lo. go to  se.v-'jVa moment.'s I'.olice. and Ural  llic clj.iiuuel is clear. ,'..,....  Coiiipetent niiii'-''.iy crilic-J stale  "that- land- ".'ortihcatioiis liiust be  breached beP-ie a geren.l; assaiill  is coninienced, and this is  not coir-  sidtu-d jicssiblt* iu  less than three  weehs.  [Owing to the wiies being; down  u.dax, there will be no rejxirt of  liiti.si niu uews.J  DOING.  Atlin's First Dredge Proves a  Grand Success.  Oui Editor, accompanied by Mr.  D. {-loss, manager of the Bank of  Commerce, paid a visit to the  dredge last -Tuesday, where they  were very cordially received by the  gepeial manager, Mr. O. T. Switzer,  who kindly phowed them over the  dredge and explained its workings,  which'have" already been fully described in previous issues ;of this  paper. i     .     ."*"'���'  The dredge today is iii full operation and the line of buckets pours  a steady supply-of- wash into the  .sluice, which is carried away by an  average of 2,000 inches of- w.ater,  raised for the purpose by a 6 aiid 10  inch pump. ��� ._. '   ,  In the wash, at -intervals, enormous boulders are to be seen, many  weighing over a ton", all of which  -a.'e easily passed"'through the" revolving screen and tlibroughly  washed by a'steady stream of water  under pressure before .being automatically dumped over the.side of  the dredge.  Owing to the fact that a face to  bedrock must be opened up before  tire cliedge can move ahead, the  accumulated tailings have ,for the  moment to be shovelled away,  which necessitates stopping the  dredge for a while every half hour;  bur this stoppage will not, however,  be necessary as soon as bedrock  is reached and the face dredged out.  Oir Tuesday the dredge was employing fourteen men to run two  shifts, and orr Thursday a third  shift will be put on, making a total  of twenty-one men, who will, keep  the dredge working steadily night  and day. As soon as the face  (which is to be"150 feet wide and  of a circular form) is fully opened  up, the gang of men now employed  at shovelling tailings will be laid  off and all the labor then required  to run the monster machine for  three eight-hour shifts will be eight  men aud a cook. ��� Tlie* electric  power house employs Six men and  a cook.  On Tuesday a depth of twenty-  two feel on one side and fifteen feet  on the olher side of the face had  been reached, and indications go to  wairanl ihe'assenipu that by today.  bedrock will have been attained,  when .the resulunit golden yield  cannot fail lo be caught and held  in the sluices of the most modern  and economical of ;,11 placer mining  machines.  Bed of Pine Creek to be Reserved for Dumping Ground.  Gold Commissioner's Office,  - Atlin, B. G., rst June,'1904.  ��� Sir :���-As it is rumored that iheic  is a disposition oil the part of certain individuals to re-locate portions  of the bed of Pine 'Creek between  Discovery and "Gold* Run; it has  occurre-i to me'tlial it might save  any persons so disposed both trouble and annoyance if 1 announced  through your columns that the bed  of Pine Creek from Discovery to  Gold Rum being practically'worked  out, is' not'open for re-location and  thatrecrrds will not b'e issued therefor, even if applied for. Applications for leases over this portion of  the creek have been refused ihree  times, it beiucf deemed 'advisable  by the government to keep that  portion open for the" accommodation of those operating llie'benches  oh either side"; I have'therefore requested the mining recorder not to  accept any'applications' lor record  between the points mentioned.  ' Trusting this'co'mmiiniea'tion may  have the desired effect and prevent  disappointment, and -annoyance, I  am, sir, yours truly,  J. A. Fraser, gold'coiiiTifissioner;  The Editor, The Atlin Claim.  Sir Henry M. Stanley Dies in  London. 1  Sir Henry M. Stanley, the African explorer, died last month. He  was originally John Rowlands, and  was born'of obscure parents iu  Wales, in 1841. When'a small boy,  he worked his way to New Orleans  as a cabin boy and' there adopted  the name of a merchant for whom  he ' worked for many years. He  served in" the Confederate army and  afterwards was irr the1 United States  nav}\ He became'a'hetvspaper reporter and later was war correspondent for'the New'York Herald.  It'was while in the employee ol lhe  Herald .that lie found Livingstone  and became famous. He devoted  many years to African explorations  aud wrote, voluminously oir that  continent and his experiences there.  He had made his home in England  for twenty years and was a member  of parliament. He was knighted  in 1899. * ���* <���  Reelpes'for Shoes. .  To make shoes, or boots waterproof,'melt together in a pipkin,  equal quantities 'of beeswax , aud  mutton.suet.- W.hile liquid, rub it  over the leather, including the soles.  Kerosene Will soften boots and  shoes that have been hardened by  water and render them as pliable!  as new.        '  m  i  Pf  Pi  B  #���1  k',  If  bit  m  m  41  f  IS  1  *r ��� *���*.���,(, ��i"< \v-iiirj>'*r'rtfiri*^f  "!*>'*��v�� ft*^iv��'i^^iiwiij^aztai^^itrim>^mmflV ^>''^vmmKewtT'nvviT[Tj:afnnT''tr'T'  M-tw^'ssrsTSt-friPs-s^'W,^^  t.f\  ���?.  ^1  I*  Pi  wisswi'aaBiBJf;.-'.--!*;.1! *jc*m*j��.*ui.A  ������';  ,*t  *VT->  ."  -1-  ���A  .^I.S-  i^5l  - , .''  ���**'"*,S  r-i  i  ATLIN,    B.    C,    SATURDAY. - JUNK   4,   1904  The Atlin Claim.  I'.ililnihefl    every    Sitlurilay   morning   In  l'".fK A/lXiM Claju Puui.ibhi.no Co.  A.C. HlHBCHll'Bl.D. IlUITOII, PlIOPKlKTO 1:.  - OlHce of publication Pearl St., Atlin, 11. C.  , ,,.Adv��i-tj��iutf;Rnk��v :...S1.0*J .per .inch, eucii  husrtion. Heading- notices, 25 rents a line.  aJpeeiuljContraut.lintcif on ui.plluntioi..  ' The subscription price in (5 a year payable in Kilvctnee. No piper xvill be delivered  mi less this condition Is oomplied xrith.  The Rise "and Fall.  The lowest and highest temperatures recorded for lhe week ending  27th inst, are as follows":  May  June  28  29'  30  31  1  SBK  Saturday, June 4T11, 1904.  In another column of this issue  we    publish    a    letter   from    the  Government   Agent    stating   that  the bed of Pine Creek, from  Gold  Run   to  Discovery, - has  been ��� reserved for,the .purpose .of permit-  ' ting the owners of bench , leases to  utilize-that part of the bed 6f Pine  Creek for a dumping ground.    We  are pleased to note that the govein-  ��� ment have-realized the importance  of' such  a- measure, which   is. decidedly advantageous   to  tlie  individual  miner; in  fact, all   worked  'out' creek beds should  be  reserved  for the same purpose  and  thus do  ," away with  useless litigation, trouble  and  delay, of operations, both  "to    individuals     and     companies,  through the personal ownership of  the only available means of disposing of their tailings.    The reservation of worked out ground  for, the  purpose  mentioned;,is  a���. measure  that does good to all and,' harm to  none  and should  therefore be "respected "and stric'tly'.observed.      "'  24 above  3'->  32  32  '  38  39    '  34  54 above  48  56  58  57  5S  56  Something: Worth Knowing1.  A bottle of pennyroyal left, uncorked in a room "at .night will ex-  pel any mosqmtos therein.  ,i.       AiliijU:. Nugget  and-Grape. Rings  And -AH -Ktrjrfsl.of Jewellery Manufactured on the Premises.  gptif?    Why send oik when you can get goods as cheap here ?  Watches From $5 ugt*   Fine Lino of Souvenir Spoons.  JULES EGBERT & SON, The Swiss Watchmakers.  ���O-��*M��3-s'"'��"sK*O*0-*tK>*'2ta^  I THE    KOOTENAY   HOTEL.  COR,  A, R. McDonnld, Proprietor.  FlKST   AND  THAINOK   STKEUTS.  This First Claw Hotel Inks been remoilel'eil ami mfiinilnlieil thrmiu'hoiit  and offers the beet aoconulio.lutio.i to Tiu.i>ii<>iil or I'fjriiiiiiient  ;   , , . ;('uent��.���Am��llcmi anil liUiropeuii plun.  Finest Wine's, Liquors and Cigars.  ..   !Billiar��ds, -and .'Pool. .  0*0*6*d*0��C"*��G'sKt*0'-��^  .-(  <Srand  GOC3D     HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  STRICTLY  FIRST   CLASS.  JOHN   WOLTERS,   Proprietor.  ������FA.OB    *.,   L1VKHT . ltt    CONNBCTION.  H  0  M  0  0  K  X  b  ti  1  d  *  K  o  Russell   Hotel,  --1  DIXON  At  The Deepest, -Gold 'Mine.  -��� 1 ��� ---������-. .x   ..���.-,,���...���   . -���-.  . What is believed' to be the deep-1  ���st gold mine iu the^worldis'b'eiiig.  worked at Bendigo, Australia.'"- Tlfe  '.'m'meiri' question.'which* is called  the NfewCliuin Railway Mine, has  sunk its "main shaft   to  a  depth^of  ^ 3,900 feet, of only. 60 feet short of  three quarters of a mile. The chief  problem!is hovy to'le'eep the tunnels  arid general workings cool enough  -   .- ^    *r j, .._- ,.'     ��^     ���    Vs.     ,.,    . ���� ,  for t he'miners *to woik-in at'such'a'  depth. It is usually about- 10S  degrees, and, to enable the men to  wjrk at all, a spray of cold water  let down ' from above 'has to  be "kept continually playing orr the  bodies���naked from the waist up-  ward���of the miners. , Even then  they cannot work hard, or they  would faint from exhaustion.  ���'<: .*"'  BROTHERS,  ������������-������������������  Proprietor*  Pooh- &    Billiards,    Free.  '. x S " ' '"'������        '1     '  Freight"rijg and Teaming ..    ���&.,  ,   Horses and Sleighs for Hire.  ���1 :.\;-f.-  J;   EL TftCHARDSON,  .<"-"/-;     17,'  : ATLIN  ���-t--i  ���DISCOVERY.  *�������    ���-��� ^  Oh  Full^Im^Qf-p^Mg Just From the East  .,".  :" THE ".LATEST-7 $TYLES. .  ' Complete Stock of, Dry, Goods  THE    LATEST    SN    HATS,     BOOTS,   AMD      SHOES.  "jiWrT..,."-' ,.,.9��LD   SEAL    GUM    BOOTS  .Our .Goods are the, JBest and Our Prices.the Lowest.  INTROUBLE.  Day.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  ' CAPITAL^. PAID   tP "$8,700,000."  *"-   Rbshrvk? $3,000,000.  ���'"',,  -  Branches of tha Bank at .Seattle,  ' San Fr-aneisco,' *  ..-*-..,. Portland,  ", i.*       - ' ' Skagway, et��.  Exchange sold on all Points*  OoLto Busy PubCHAsio^���Assay Office in Connection.  ',"  '"     "        :iC'' D. ROSS, Manager.  H'obley, the Famous Pirorrioter  Arrested in'London.  Tera Hooley, the-company promoter, whose career astonished the  world'a.few yearssince, was arrested  in London a short time ago, charged'with   conspiracy,, to   defraud.  Hooley's colossal bankruptcy, and  the proceedings arising "therefrom,  was the sensation of. 1S9S.    He has  sinee been connected   with various  schemes,  which  led   to  the .court  proceedings.    The capitalization of  companies which wetje promoted by  him   amounted   to" ^65,000,000.���  The Daily Alaskan.  Atlin Xodge, No. 15,  f'Ht R'ft-VAL'- H��tEL,  I  s i.V. .TROTMAN,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B.C.  11 , * .     'i. ^-***   FIRST  CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  ��� ���  ���'   - -- j  CWtBCMT WMS. UOU>IS AND CtSAXS CASE GOODS A 5PlCMI.Tr.  meets second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, at 8 p. m., at  the A. O. U. W Block, Third Street.  Visiting Brothers are cordially  invited to attend.  F. \V, Dowling, .  Master Workman.  E. M. N. Woods, Recorder.  Hydraulic   Alining ..  /    #   ...-     ,,  'Machinery,  HYDRAULIC   GIA^fTvS,    WATER    GATES,  ' ANGLE1 STEEL    RIFFLES    &  '   .     HYDRAULIC    RIVETED  Pumping &   Hoisting  Machinery.  ���r * ������_���������__��__  % ^ ^ "  Estimates furnished on application  ?    The Vancbbver Engineering Works,  Vancouvhe,  ii.  PI PK  "H  ���^MTF5^,'r-v*.���^r.T)'f*1^**.W''-'^m'tw^0-'-*4-tt^:WCT^'pwy^^  L��fltuMM'iiuuauutlllliMiiuuiMMiiuii^^ ivuiuuimMiMMsitirr���-  EE2SS  -1V  asssss  *?m f"  4 f  i  .mumwrs^mi  ia��t  *I'V*^��X'3r5-**Z*��a!0^  "MfmnlHlad'uCM H��lj M  ^^^^^j^^^^^.-.^ 5^p^,n-- rj^^y^^ ^-  - "���" -T" ^ 'r" '���'v. *' -*; /^"'/^  *���-TrrMW*' -wWCJ**'-**  UMHJw^��>iiub^"i^'ift^jrirut teit-ift.,,,,,,, r^r  t,_v  *�����*��  Sit-i    �� *" **-txtt "t.l*V*',i'l ,*t\'  jiuse&ittfW iviiw H-< ( h  /CV^'  ��^?��^=r  ^i  "l      k  9  i  ATLIN', -n  C, SATURDAY, JUNE 4,    1904  #  53?  !   8  \  '"��� s ro  ���'     1  ������a  1 *v  -.r  w  .(  \  i": ���  ���is*  'JBMKt  =9  rify T  HE 'ATLIN '-'TRADING, .7COMPANY, -  Big   Clearance   Sale - of  Winter Dry   Goods  i>.  v  As our Buyer is going East to purchase a'large stock of Dry Goods      Men'.-, all wool.Grey Sock? ��� '"  e have decided to sacrifice tire stock orr hand, to make room for NEW     'Ladies' N.itmal wool Under wear  oudb to anive in tire Spring.    Below are a few of tlie many" cut prices  Men's all wool-Toques   ';_. $0:75 .Sc  $1:00    Reduced    to    $0:50  Men's Mackinaw Coats       $5:50        - ������        ,,        --        $4:00  Men'.-vail wodl Canadian Tweed Pants $3:50       ,,     ,.- $2:50  Men's all wool Halifax      ���.,,- ,,     $4:00       ,, -        $3:00  '���-'$0:5.3    ' ;,    ���   ������;'''3"for $1:00  $3:00      ���       -   $2:50 suiL  Ladies' Combinaliou Stocking's & Rubbers ' ' '"   ',,        - ''    ~$i':75  ; ���  We   also  cairy   a   laigc  assortment / of Floor and Table Oilcloth.  Wall   Paper. ���'Men's   LeaUiei   Gloves- aud   -Mitts.���German   Socks,  Blankets. ���, Wool Mitts, aud Gloves". -- Cretans & Flannelettes   etc.  A.   S., CROSS,   President.  N.  C. -Wheeling, ��� Secretary.  '   ���'!���.,        ��� . 1  Till: CROWN GROUP.  Local   Enterprise   Rewarded.  lC.\'pt.*i,tations    have   been   more  >   tlian   realized by the prospects 6l>-  . tuincd   on   the   Crown   Grou,i   of  leases   ne.u   tlie Upper _ Canyon on  .���Spruce"  Creek.-? The  intermediate.,  paystieak .between   the   Blue Can-  * *   ������ ,%    * 1;..      ���   ,    (* 7* ,  yon   and   the'Columbia   mine, has  been uncovered, and from'a single  pan as 'liigh'-'as Thirty cents '"have  been ���obtained':- I 'The' owner*,: all  local men, are so satisfied with the  outlook ��� that "further 'development  will be made at -once, and'a"considerable ' amount of capital'-has  " been subscribed for* that-.purpose.  So far, the work -consists of a-tun-"  nel driven into the south bank fora  distance ot fifty-two.'-'feet,-; and *the  prospects mentioned- above* were  taken from the end of said tunnel.  It ii the intention of-'tlie"rovvner< to1-  sink'to b'ediock (the prospect found"  was not on .bedrock)'', where it*is.t'o  be ' expected that very Tgood-^piy  will be eucoirnteied:   '' ' ���   '"'���*���-' "  NOTICE.  A PPLICATION ., FOR .TRANSFER Of .LIQUOR* LICENCE. '  L  ��-.-��� '  The Boulder CreekJudgment  '���';-"?^-   -..t^vatii.    *,,..-.,.,  in .favour of the.Societe  Miniere',1 Plantife"       !  ���"���  The following,is an extractfrom  the d'eci.->ion leiYdere'd by the-courts"  iit regard "to" tailings "��� deposited .in  the creeks" , .,-  ^-��-*.-.*-j-        ^      ���*,  " It is this day-ordered and adjudged that the ;defendants, .-and  their agents, servants, workmen,  etc., be aud they are hereby perpetually - restrained'* atld enjoined  from depositing any.bf 'the tailings  from "their claims on Boulder Creek;  . -. .- iu the stream of said creek,  01 in any such manner'as to cause  damage to plantiffs."     ' *  . For the defendants' above'tlie in-  vtake~lhe" f61f6wiiig*"ofder 'was ren-'  dered. ')   ,     ".'.-_  "It is further ordeujd and ad-  jt.dged that the defendants, 'etc.,  Ss:i v.trrts and "workmen.'be'and'they  aie hereby perpetually'"'reitrained  and enjoined from depositing any  of the tailings from their claims on  said lloulder Creek, in the stream  of .said creek, or 111 "anyisuc-h man-.  nci'as lo obstruct the in-take of  the plauti'TV flunie*"6'r totalise any  damage to the plantiffs."..    .,.,���,, w  The counter claim for damage's  of the defeiida'ntji 'was'disinissed  vvith costs. '.'."        y '���:.".: ..- .���- .7,7  The costs oil the ��� action .\yere  charged on tlieSuprenie.CQurtscale,  FRANCIS THOMAS' TKOUGHTON. of  ;tho Tovri ,-^f Atlin, British ,Columbiu,  hereby Apply t��' tlie. I'ouril of 'Lic'enco Commissioners for n. trui.sfer of tho hotel li-  fiui.ee now helil l�� K. H. Ko^jelli, to soil in -  toxioiitinifj liquors iiudor the provisioiiM of  the Statnte^in that behulf, in the premises  knowii niiH deKuribe'fl'us the Koyal Hotel,  Atlin situate on Lot 7, Block 15, of the Tow ir-  site of 'Atlin,'to' cotnm'etice on the nrat  aUy'of JaVy.'WSt:; . '     ' 7 '   L  '    ..'  My post ottieo iuhli-fi-is in :���Atlin, B. C.  -.-  '���'. The liuine antl atlilress of,the (iwuor of the  premises   proposed   to   be   licensed   are :���  'Pra'iicis Thomas TraufrhtdurAtliii,- B. C.  Dated thii $tli <la> of Ma), 1904v:     \  I". T. Tkouohtom., ',  Sisrnatiiro of the a'old'er of the licence:��� - '  *        '      *        * \      .- -'       '.' K.  K0SSBL.LT.  E. S. Wilkinson, P.L.S.  '   Wm. Brown, C.E.  WILKINSON,,&;: BROWN ...  Provincial Land   Surveyors' &   Glvil  Engineers.  Hydraulic   Mine  tngineering   a   Specialty ���^ Office,-Pearl  St"., near,Third -St;.rhtihttt, H.C  M TliE GRAND HOTEL ��  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTELvIN. THE NORTH'./, vi.;,^,:  EVERYTHING CONDUCTED "IN'^FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  . Up-to-Date   Restaur an tyyIn  Connection.  ��� .    .       . s.    , DAVIDyHASTIS,-   P,ROFK1BTOK. "' ' .   -    ���  "' ' 'CORNBR' tlRST *AVENUB AND DISCOVERY STREKT,,, ATLXK.     ,  FOR  NOTICE.  APPLICATION   FOR   TRANSFER OF LIQUOR LICENCE..  T    ALEXANllKR'R.   McDONALD,   of    tho  ���*��� V. T/Owii of Atlin, BritisluColuiiibiu, hereby iflve  notice that   I   shall   *ippl?  to the  Board of Lieenee Commissioners for.u trans'-  fer.of.the hotej. lieenee at present held by  Georce'K. Hayes.'to sell intoxicating liquors  'under the pi ovations of the Statutes iut'hdt  behalf,iii the'premisea ftnowVi'and described  aa th,e Kootenay Hotel, situate-on f'irst and  Traipor Streets;��AtliiV, British,Columbia, to  commence on the first day of July, 1904.  Sly post offir.e.a'idrBss iii!,���Atli;i, B.C.  '' TheiiamcTand tiddress of the owiier of the  premises proposed'to he'licensed are :��� Mrs.  Sarah McDonald, Atlin, H. C.  - Dated-this 6th day of May, 1S0-1.       .,   .  ���.-..^���f    .-...-���/,.-,. a. R. McDonald. .  Signature of   the present holder   of   tha  Hcense':-rr|" j". ,-.-1 - ��">* ' / / ..    s.  ' - "     '      Gito. E. Hayed,  by his attorney in fact, J. G. Cohnell.  The  ���{AX-}  Mm Studio,  ,     r/Lcvcns. .Single Barrel, j 1*2'..'bore  Shot Gun,    Apply ClainTDfEce.  Call and get prices at  .*, - ii  ���7. fir  :> \n  c."-:t:-s--^s-  THE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE  ���'-*-'      "i   ..'-.*���',���--.-,"   .A' ,.'r:'^  ..J     .;.-.*..- ul.        -    -'���.-   '  Paeifie   and  "Aretie   Railway "and KaTicatloa l"o��*>anr.  nrltltli  Ouluiiibln Tukag    Railway Ooasvaar.  ;,���;.*.r. "      *- "  'British Vukpn, Railway Coqspan/,  4.        i ,   - '   .'     1   7,      *"'        '     '   -' -   ,-J,   ,   *--     W   . J     *  TIME, TABLE.     ,    IK KF?KCT   JANUARY Tl��CI,"���-7fi.---    :-"'  .-'-���  Daily exeept -Suaday.  :    c ,'" .; '''  Ma.   >.A.,��9ua4 -    K*:�� S?B*iM<f  No.SN.   B.  2nd class.'  8. SO p.m.  10. SO *���  11. 40 a.m.  12-M  J. 46  (.40  No.l   N.  B.  1st class.  i. SO a. m;  10. K I ��� ,?."  ."������� ...  11.45,   .���.  IMS)  11. SS I p.m"  Mo-; ���:'  4. SO  LT.  "' SKAGUATf '  "WHITE PASS  'LOG CABIN'  ���I  AR.  AR  ��� 1st alas*.'  Ind ahuu.  ���i.'-JOp'.-'as'.  AR  x<l\%m.  wu  -,,��-.*o��-  .  -1  ���*-������**' ���  *. ��,  %  f 1.10 r.,"'  .. M  8''I.'*..  l.SOj  -.   1.-11,-(.IBS  ' 1"  11. M  tt-��.  11. W ' a.a*  "V 10''',.'-  . i> '*  LT  .-10. M  '7.'��  tn  BBNNRTT, .?-,  "-,-'���  CARIBOU ,  ���  ... ,. .....   ���  ,      _..     WHITE HORSB''LTr       ���      _. .. ���   ���  _ Passengers must be af depots in.tiine to havo Baggaf�� -iuip^esWcl. ��a4 ��t>aohos).    1*.  speotion is stopped 90 minuteWbefore learine time of train.'  150^pounds of bagrsase will bis cheeked free with eeok full faro tickot ���������* It  with each half fare'ticket'         ,--���-.        r., ,*'.,   . ."��� , ,   j. , : ,    *<t'  ATIJX   CLAIM   BLOCK.  PHOTOGRAPHS  ATLIN AND ALASKA.  "-   !,  Films and Plates Developed-aud  '"Printed-at reasonable rates atr"-The  AtHn Studio."- Knlargirg and  Copying also done.  ���C.*��;*lPf,R.. Co..  ���ALASKA   ROUTE   SAItllMGS���  The following Sailings are ati-  n'ouhced'. .for the'"'month of  '.May,..���.���.'leaving*--Skagway? at . 6  p.m,i'.pr on arrival of the; train :  '��� ;��� 'Princess.'May.'",���--May 14th, 24th,  and June 3rd.  "Amur"���May 19th and1.29th.  For further, information,  apply or  write to ' H. B. Dunn? Agent,  Skiagway. Alaska.  J. 6. COMMMLX,.  wmwMu  ,   .... .Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT?  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  .-- ��� -r '.flN'it.'"  ^XA   ��CONNECTION.   . '       ���  ���   -  Headquarters for Dixon's stage-  ,���   . r.:DISGOVER*y^-B..C.-   ��� ��  NEW DINING ROOM  NOW OPEN,  Furnishing   Tho  ' BEST MEALS IN CAMP. "  '  Finest of liquors. -Good stabliug.  Bd. Sands, Proprietor.  OM.  BATHS  BARBER SHOP'"'-  F. Shields & ^dot Durham^; -"  'Now occupy their new quarters next-  ���'���'��� to the Bank of B. N. A'.:-Fir.it Street.,     ..  The bath rooms are e-mail)' ta eooii as found  tu c(t|ef.   Private Bnir&ace for WfMos.  Northern Lumber Co,  ' - Limited.1  vOn'ahd afte'rtfie'j'jrd.1 of April,  1904 -aij-d ^irntil; further "Notice the  following will bo the prices of Luto-  ber. "'���-        -..".}'.'     -���   l  "   R'oit-jb.'up t�� 8 iucbes, $40.  do1      do     ro   ' ,,        45.  -"- 'do       do'-is' ^  ,,        .��o.  "Matched,"$$o.'io'' "���"'-  ,    S. D. $5:oo*& D..*D:^io. extra.  12^ per cent discfonnt will be allowed for cash at time of ordering.  GENERAL BLACKSMITH  ,���, v. MACHINE' SHOP,  Metropole Hotef-BVd^, Discovery  ;   1. v.- w-streetrAtlin;  ��� Blacksmith'Work,-Bolt'i'& Nuts,  Pipe & Pipe'* Fitting; Engine and  Boiler Repairing/Hot Water Coil*  'made'aiid'fitfe'd, Derrick Mounting,  Wii^eable^Eulleys Blocks & Tac-  kle, *Bpats.:&'Bq^  W. J. SMITH & CO.- Proprietors.  f  I  B  I  m  ml  W  m  p  k.  ���   > _  %y  II  r.  17  m  m  f\  r  m  i!/-i  m  m  I  ���J*-*,  A  ml  m  ml  up  (    ,���->"  '#  riwsfflzi-CT-in-^t"^^  vwyw^vwfivaftas&togi  =��HillWBWv'S55W^'3^23*H^^  v;???'?:*"?-*? *"������� *n�� im/U/ri. i J _  u*e  J'��.' i-f**f��ivci��tCj/U/-J!Si^(-.ju*-u**rt  ATLIN',".   B,  SAT UR.DAY, ' * j (JJsJi  ryoa.  v-'H  ,'<y  $1  1. TA  5  A  -J-c^.  .PICKED UP-riilTE-AiND THERE.  Chiiri-h  ol  lin^lniid:  >t. Martin'�� Chiii'f'h, i-or. Tliii .1 anil Ti-nin-  t.r -.Iieet-i. Sunday M>r\ii-cs, .Malms lit 11 :i.  111., l-'veiikoii*; 7:30 p. in. ('<-l.jl.rnt mil ot Holy  Couiiniinioii, 1st Similiiy in eiu-li month nut!  on Spetiinl ....-elisions. Sunday Si-liinil. S1111-  dtt.v at ", |>. in. ('oiiiinltlf.'.i .Mi*etiii*-'s, 1st  Thur-tiln} in ouch niinith.  Ki*v. I*'. I��� Stf-11lifi1s1.11. ltf.-ft.ir.  St. Andrew's I'l'esl.,-. li>ririn Glnirc-h liiil.l  i,*��rvif'f*h in tin- ('liuri-h on St-rond Stii-rt.  ,Mornin�� M-rvii-f at II .I'vcniii*^ *s.-i-\ ir-i- 7 i'P.  Similny .School nt the close of iho nioriiiii-;  service. Kpv. L.TiirltinnKiri, .MinisU'i*. l-'rce  Ruailinc-Kooin. to \*t h|c)i nil 11 ro welcome.  Mi".   I"? M. N.   Wood?,   wlio   for  llic   past   live   years   lias filled  tlio  .office of Stipendiary Magistrate-;, in  -���this district, has resigned that posi-  _. lion and lias opened up business on  * First .Street, Atlin,  where he  will  :.:,'  practice his.profession of Banister-  at-Lu w.  McDonald's ,* Grocerj" makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  Good progress is being, made on  the construction of the new Catholic  Church at the corner of'Third and  Trainor-st reels.        ���' '  1'iesh Garden and Flower Seeds  at C. R. Bourne's.  A new window -has been put in  the south side of the' Presbyterian  Church which, much improves the  building.  The O. K. BarberShop for Hot  or Cold Batlis at all hours, 5ocents.  -_. Our genial pas tranter was'busy  ' -? Thursday ' night burning' "up the  old and1" musty tomes which have  " arciimulated during the past .season, in anticipation of the rush  which will certainly lie his before  our uek't'issiic.   "?    ?  Well assorted "Stock of Domestic  and Imported Cigars at-Bourne's."-  The   Gleaner   left . Caiiboo   on  ��� Thursday morning. It is said that  , some of' our thirsty citizens who  . were   out   late 'Thursday  evening  could hear her whistling at Taku.  ���   -��� ' DR. C. H. GATEWOOD, of the  t well  known  firm  of Gatewood &  ���  'Spencer, ���Drntists. of'Vancouver,  ri   js expected in  on .the  fust  trip of  the   steamer.      Anybody   rreedirrg  --- the services of a thoroughly up-tc-  date and competent I>e:itist will do  well  to consult 'him upon his arrival.  Joe. Tallrniie, having retired from  the trail, has taken up the noble  art of gardening. The pleasure.*- of  root pulling, he says, arc far in  excess of,mushing yp the Tepee  "Hill.  Dog Muzzles can be had at J. 1).  Dune's Hardware Store.  N. C.  Wheeling  has   now  commenced building hie new residence.  He has alieady cleared and planted  a large garden adjoining the resi-  ' dential lot.  11'you want a good meal go to the  Quick Lunch Room, Mrs Henning  proprietress.  New stock of Stationery, Letter  Heads, Bill Heads, Dodgers, Posters, Cards, Programmes, Invitations,. Envelopes, etc., etc.  Atlin Claim Offices  Mr. Queen's farm-is now quite a  i^ori for visitors and 'local at-rricul-  V >       v *      - - b  tufisls." .Hie bats are ""now '".mii'ig  out, und the large area undei cultivation promises a gencious ciop.  Mr. Queen still has men engaged  clearing and breaking up land tor  seeding this season.  Pitch, Oakum and Caulking Cotton. O.ir-Locks, Paints aud Oils, for  sale nl J. D. Durik'k.  FOUND: ������- Ou the trail between  the Beavis mine and Atlin, Set of  Teeth, gold bridge. Owner can  have same by applying al "Claim  Oflice." ���     "  "*" TO SELL OR RENT���-Residence of live rooins'in desirable locality ��� lully. funuslird, ' Kitchen  Range, Heaters, etc.  "' "      Mrs. \V. J. Smith.  Bl'DS    AND    ROOMS--Clean,  Q'iiet ami Reserved. ���- Al Tim  *s- .  MiCTKtij'oi.'i-r, Atlin.  - ���  * * '   "*\V, J, Smith, Prop.-  <5> *-��� ���*-������"���-��-��-���-�����- ���  t-    E. M. N. WOODS,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW.  ,-, llns tnken an Ollici- at  Itouin 1, Gold  ^ Hoiiki-,    llisoovi-r.v.      Ollit-c     llf.iirs.���  �� 'J'lies.lujs, Thursdays' nnd !>tUm't|n}->.  ^ from t. to ,S p. in.   '  SXA-ftLI  J2> 8     S3    IrV^^JPvFrk".'  v~,  j.-.  th"  We   are   still   doin^   business a1  Old Stand ',  THE   IRON    STORE. "  And are to the front with Fresh E^gs.  and the best brands of Butter, backed up  by a full line of Groceries, best'brands, on the  Market.  OUR    MOTTO:    Fair treatment to all  OUR   AIM:   Once a Customer, always �� Cutlomei*.  NOTICE.  ���Sixty tlio s tram iluti- I will apply to the  Cliii-1 Commissioner nt Lands and Works for  permission to purchase the followintr tles-  cril.ed l-iiuils, in the Atlin District. Com-  inonciiif; nt ii Post marked A*. C. 11., N. W,  eo'mpr, adjoining C. It. Meyers' S. W. corner  post nnd planted nt .1 pujnt on the Eastern  liOiiiifliirj of Atlin Townsite. thence Kastprly  ID chriiiih, thence South 27 chains, to the  Northern bmisiflury oi .the .-Anaconda min-  i-i-,il i-Iniin, thf-ncu Westerly -It) elmine, thciice  Northerly -7 olniin.s to point;of romiiici.ee-  l,ll--,f-, in ti.ttv ii,, ,i^r.lU-s iibi'iiti, xiiuri- i>^ less. -.   ? ' A. C. HlHBCHFELIl.  Dute.I, Atlin, H. C. Muy 10th, 1!W4.  NOTICE.  THE* BRITISH COLUMBIA JPOWEK  AM) -   ��� ���    '  ' MANUFACTURING. Go.,. Limited.  ..,  On and after May ist. and until fir" thci notice,   the   following   will  be the rates for lights.     Accounts collectible weekly.  ELECTRIC    LIGHT    RATES: ���  Insinuation,   $3:^0 per light.  IS Candle Power Isicaniiascceti $GnSO par week per liqht.  O ,9 ,, ,, .��>**.?�� IC'si- < *'  The Company will furnish all lniri| s Met ������: '.I ���������:���. <  ��� 1 ������   ������ ; '. <���������   <--!d  lamps with irew ones when limned mi'..,    , , '     ���  CUUAI'KK,    BETTl'K,    SaVHR,    Cl.ICAM.IliK,  "&    I Il7YI.l "l 11.:"     . rJA       i;.  J  Modeiin ttrr.AU Laundry in 'Jonnisutios���7Wash Hl'Ndi.us Couun* f5 �����  ��V. thi iA\h.-*,ut  Shelf  and   Heavy   Hardware^  arid (Vranite  Ware���Miner's ct Blacksmith's. Supplies.---Doors- and Windows.  Tin  FURNITURE '/I  TTRESS   FAOT&RY.  TV[OTl(."li is hereby privpn that Sixtj ilnya  iit'd-r ilnti- I intend to apply to the  Cliii-l Commissioner of Lands nnd Works  ff.r pei-inission tn pin'chnsc the following  ilesi-i-ihi-il liiiitlhitiiiitefl in the Atlin District,  vi/..:��� ComrnuiicliiK- nt t, post marked D. R.,  N. \V. corner, phintcil about one mile North-  linst ��r Atlin Townsite. thenco Easterly 40  chain*-,, thener. Southerly 40 chains, thence  Westerly 10 chains, thence Northerly 40  chains to point nf commonciement,eonituiii-  iu^ li-O ai'i'fx more or less,  D. Robs.  Dated, Atlin, 11. C, .May 11th, 11104.  LOUIS   3C!-iUlLZ9  .Wholesale   and-    Retail     B utel *���,��������  -FIRST     STREET,    ATLIN,    R.    C.  Ai . norr1  RISCOV^RY,    B.'C.  ". '    -* X   CHOICEST WINES LIQUORS & CIGARS  ALEXANDER    81 A I N, . Proprietor*.  or Rent*  te  99  tnpmty  f   ha  A  SMALL  -   ATLIN,. H. C.  BREWERS   OE   LAGER BEER,.  AND    LARGE    ORDERS    PROMl'Tl.V  FIT.I M'��.  i mow nj j-:i*: & ta.yi.oh.  I'UOVINCI.VI.    JLN-O    DOMINION  i.ani->     ai.'UVUVOUeJ.  THE  tfWfri.'-'vj-  \t.ihf. ii  Consulting, Civil uiul Hytlniullc EiijiinoerH.  Atlin,   British Columbia  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  lK����  Fi'kst Strkkt,   Atlin, ; '���  I KEEP NONE BUT PRIME STOCK-.LOWr.ST MARKET PRICES.  \V.  G.   Paxtou,  Notary Public,  will attend iu Discovery on  Wed- TH,S HOTE1: ,s stocked with  ���lesdaysaiid Saturdays until further I  .notices  THE   BEST   OF   GOODS  Sam*  Johnstone,   Prop.  - - TVS* J*  U1>'A-     ,\������;- -?--.-���'���,"���  HAS    REOPENED  Fresh Bread, Pies and Cakes.  Ai  Rooms to Rent.���Board by the Wed-  C. R,  Myi.']-*-,  l'roijrietor.  Jr-i  "m


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