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 ���?V     l v ���  JUL 4.��� 190;:  V   i-  ���A  4  '^'*:?rOR'.A*, ^"^  .' ,  ki  VOL.  i2.  ATLIN,   ]j. C,   SATURDAY,    JUNE    24,   1905.  N(  sire  rELEGEAPHIC.  Japs Have Russians Outflanked in Manchuria.  England Accused of Having" Advised  Japan Against an Armistice���  Two Fatal Railway Wrecks���A  Registrar in Trouble.  [hl'UClAlj TO  TUB   C1,AIVI.]  London, June 21st.���'flic Tokio  'correspondent of a morning paper  , *cables as follows: "The Japanese  army is continuing its victorious  advance into northern Manchuria.  The Russians have been completely  outflanked on bolh wings and are  being hard pressed along their entire front. Admiial Unit's branch  of the Japanese squadron will cruise  111 the Yangtse river.'"  The" British squadron has left its'  station at Hong-Kong \111d is pro-,  deeding to Wei-Hai-Wei, where il  will begin gun practice.  St Petersburg, June*21.���Gen-  eial Liuevitch has again wired the  Emperor and war office that a great  victory is almost al hand, aud begs  ���that his in-glorious army may" not  .be deprived of the approaching opportunity of fully restoring the prestige of the Russian arms.  The Minister of War, General  Sakharoff, had a long audience  with the Emperor   yesterday and it  , is known that he urged the immediate mobilization of fresh troops for  the front.  Rat Portage, Ont., June 21.���  There was a head-on collision between the Imperial Limited and a  fast eastbound stock train on the  Canadian Pacific Railway near here  this   morning.    One  engineer   aud  ' the express messenger were killed  aud several people were seriously  injured. A number of cattle were  also badly ciippled.  St. Petersburg, June 21.���The  .Novoe Vremya today* printed a  despatch from its London correspondent stating that the British  were advising" Japan against .the  conclusion of an armistice with  Russia, and"- says "The English  think that Russia is not as yet sufficiently weakened. Great Biilain  hopes thai lhe Japanese under Lhe  command of Oyama will succeed in  utterly destroying General Line-  vilch'B army and thus relieve her,  Britain, of the nightmare that the  Russian army might later on be  shifted from its present position in  Manchuria to the borders of Afghanistan and 7 employed in operations against India.",  Cleveland, Ohio, June 22.���Nineteen persons are dead   and scores-of  , others are more or less seriously injured as the result of the wrecking  of lhe Twentieth Century Limited  passenger train within a few miles  of   this   city last   night.     A   large  oi the rear ccaches were .consumed.  As soon as the news of the wreck  was received liere a special train  with a number of surgeons and doctors-on board was immediately dispatched to Ihescenc-of the accident.  Ottawa, Ont., June 22.���In the  Dominion House today , Premier  Lauiier stated'-that he was now investigating the standing of the  trade which exists at the present  lime between Canada and Japan.!  Mr. Foster, Conservative, expressed  the opinion that the Canadian mer-,  eantile  establishments  were !osin��-  ��i  trade 011 accoirut of Canada not participating in the treaty between  Great Britain and Japan.  New Westminster, B. C, June  22.���-DeptTty Registrar Malius, of  this city, was placed under arrest  today charged with having Fraudu-,  lentlyissued naturalization papeis  to several persons and retained Government money.  Bellingilnaua, Wash., June 22.���  At a regular meeting o'f the Shingle-  meus' Association held here today  it was unanimously decided, after  thorough discussion, to close down  during, laext winter all'the mills  controlled by them which exclusively manufacture-shi-ngles. '  St. Petersburg., June 22.���7t is  reported ."here that .tliree strong Japanese columns aie moving towards,  Possiet Bay, which is sixty miles  Southwest nf_-Vladivoi3tools, - and  whither a large fleet of transports  has sailed from Getisau.  Ottawa, Out., June .22.���lit is  rumored in polilicaLcirclee thai Mr.  Colin F, Mclsaac, of Autigonish,  will shortly be appointed to -the  Transcontinental Railway 'Commission to represent the maritime provinces.  CKNKRAL   WIRICS.  Nathaniel Rothschild, who died  recently, left $4,000,000 to various  charities.  John Sanford, of Kingston, got  ten years in the penitentiary .for  raising $1 bills lo tens.  Manitoba has this season 4,250,-  000 acres under cultivation, 433,000  acres more than last year.  A boat is being constructed at  Bridgeport, Conn., which will have  a speed 0146 knets���.51^ miles���  au hour.  The English Princess, Margaret  of Connatight, was married last  week to Prince Gtistavus Adolphus  of Sweden.  A farmer in Manitoba, while digging a cellar, unearthed 4S human  skulls. They are supposed to ��� be  those ofTndian braves "and victims  of a'chaiice meeting in the good old  days of the red men.  A rifle team from the'.New York  National Guards will meet a team  from the Queen's ���Westminster.Volunteers atBisley, England, on July  Geiman woman named Klass killed'  her four children and  then-commit-!  ted  suicide.     Bad   health   had   impaired the wonian'-s mind.   ���  -  Securities amounting to $864,000  we're stolen from the depress car at.  the   lime   ol" the *C. P, R. hold-up  near Mission Junction 'last Seplem-t  bcr.    Ja'ke Terry, au cx-convict and  at one time cell mate of the' notorious' Bill  Miner in the San QuenUm  prison,   has   offered- 'to pioduce the,  above securities as soon as tlie  offi-'  rials guarantee protection to "Miner,  who is at present held on the-chargo  of  having-  been the leader-ofithose  who perpetrated the theft.  War clouds dark and 'ominous  are now hovering over -France as  the result of* Germany's actions *iu'  connection -with the Morocco incident, and there now seems to be  nothing left for ��� France to-do but  fight or back down.  quantity .of  first   class  mail matter 6th'and 7th to shoot  for  a  trophy  was   also   'destroyed 'by .the ��� wreck  taking lire, and all except a couple  offered by. .Sir Howard Vincent  At Keller, Wis.,'a few clays ago a  From -the Recording Office.  Stalcecf and ReeorSed.  Placer claims���"Yukon No. v.,'"  on Spruce by Thoi ":-vs 1. "Kearn-s;  "'Ground Squirrel,'' on Wright by,  Jas. Dick; "Elsie/' on Spruce by  Otto Hovley: "Gladys," on 'Spruce  by J. W.'White.     "  mineral claim,  .'"Star Mountain,'  by J. A. Clay.  Transfers.  "St. Anthony,"' placer on Spruce,  Z. Burke lo Northern Alines Ltd.  ""Kosie"' ou-Coppei -Island- and  '"Brothon" -on Hoboe creck; -miuer-al  ���claims, K. iL'Espiance toj. L'Es-  prance.  Half interest "Josephine Group,'"  placer on Boulder, J. IC. JDownie.to  W. C. G. May. '  "Mill Wall Group," placer *on  Spruce, and'"Wallaby," mineral on  4th' of July creek, Geo. E. Parrelt'  and C.-T. Coates to H. Pymau.  "Discovery," placer ou Volcanic  creek, .Geo. A. Smith to Alexander'  McDonald.  Applications.  For "Trenton" hydraulic bench  lease on Pine creek, 113- E. ,W.  Sutcliffe.  V/lio is. the Most Popular Lady?  This question will not be settled  until S p.m. on Friday evening  next when the final count of ,the  ballots being polled will take place.  The lady who receives the most  votes will, as hemic slated, be.pic-  senled with a beautiful silk gown  by the committee who have charge,  of the sports being-heldat Discovery  ou June 30LI1 and July ist. In addition to this valuable piizethe person elected will on the morning of  July -ist.be proclaimed "Queen of  the Day" at Discovery.  At 3 p.m. ou Friday the votes  recorded in Atlin were as follows:  Miss  Carrie Doelker..........  ...... 26  Mrs.  E. M. N. Woods.......  ......  22  Mrs.  Sheppard.. ...;...���;...'..  ��� '���    T'3  Mrs.  Ilenuing        12  Mrs.  Eenn    8  Miss  Edwards   ......    4  Mrs.  Trough ton    '   O  At  Ilisctr/cry:���  Mrs.  F. 11. Mobley..   ......104  Mrs.  E. M, N. Woods.......    5��  Mining1 Notes.  The sluicing of'lhe winter dumps  on Spruce Creek was completed this  week.  . Some six 'leases on O'Donnell  have been bonded this week to outside people..  Messrs. Kershaw & Co. are working -on bedrock on Wright Creek  and have a good showing.'  East week the McKee Creek Hydraulic, or which Mr. S. H. Plumbe  is.*mauager, had their *first clean-up  for this season and it amounted to  some 4S0 oz���not bad for a starter.  The Columbia Hydraulic Co., of  Spruce Creek, of which Mr. W. S.  Gore is manager, are moving great  quantities of diitand, while nothing  wilJ be known of the results' until  the final clean-up, still the indications are good.  The  North Columbia Gold Min  ing Co., ,Mt. J. AI. Ruffner, manager, still conlitvae lo remove a very  large yardage 'with very gratifying  results. Mr.*E. D. Egley,- of Cincinnati, and who is one of-the director, is paying Mr. Ruffner a visit  and is well pleased with the work  accomplished.  During the week good progress  has been made by the Western Engineering ���& Construction jCo. with  ���the building -of the dredge with  ������which the British Columbia Dredging Company intend to work their  upper Spruce Creek "rouiad. There  arrived ou Tuesday a number o'f  heavy pieces for the dredge and the  ���teams are busy hauling same lo  Spruce.  The steam shovel for the Northern Mines, Ltd., which is.to operate  on Spruce Creek, was shipped from  Vaircotiv&r .on. Monday ��ight last  and will probably* arrive Jiere Wednesday next. .It will be iti opera-  tiou within a few days after its  arrival. The company are also preparing to move to their ground the  hoi-sting plant puichased from Black  & Grant on Boulder. Mr. A. PL  Bronfly, "manager for the N. M.  Ltd., moved with Mrs. Bromly to  Spruce yesterday'.  Mi.'C. L. Denny, of Seattle, accompanied by his son, arrived on  Wednesday's "boat. Mr. '"Denny is  one of the owners ofthe Spruce  Creek Power Company, which has  this season been under the management 'of Mr. "Wm. 'S. Hall, who  has moved manyyards of dirt under  exceedingly'hard conditions. The  company will probably pipe for another -three weeks, after which it  will take a -month to clean up.  The dredge of-the British American Dredging Co.-on-Gold Run started  digging-on Saturday last with satisfactory results. ��� The -bucket line  has not been ' fully-re-placed -with  new buckets, but-will -be-completefi  this-week. There is *every prospect  of the hopesof the 'manager ��>eiin��  fulfilled this summer, as-the drLEhvj  and -shooting of the groundSias-sa  shaken up the hard gravel .that iJje  digging is comparatively easy.-  V .J *  N *'?U  *,'���"-7,t��  v -.JSJ"  "-A<t  ;"*.l*-f>  ���- !>: 7.;7i ^MfUJ^t^iHitrtaV*' h**1 WAiCS*! ^'  ;B.   vC.?;?SATU'RDA^^  ';rrfVJ"v" -?   l';���'(*�� ���:,-'-7./"Trt--���...<���-���,���,.���������  ^m^E&l ��11111  T'.H A'n.!^.Cl.A5?,t i-jY.yr,i.i.;Ht.vV'm.-.nY s/.-ruiicAY  :     MO.]!.....-.. 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A KM.  iirill'Oli-'Mi^SAfreitV  7 7777 ������������H'-  :?7??M v?7 William 7?MVu^  ?.mo?'/ha:7bpeu7m^  ?Ted?by?lijp: CSiistiry a li ^TesTofTKaiiaTuio-  as.7cai!didate.cin::ti:e7l)ye-electio.n lo  A.follow tlieTresiguation? of; Mr.7W.?W.?  ���' ��� B;7McIinies?>-7H:ifl 7selecLiou7;ixir?the'.  v >ppBilioiv It as bepu:regarded.as?a?iore-?  7 gone?conclusion??ever ? siii?^e it?, was  7?dpfi ii'itsly? "k no WtV'7;lh at? ��� a'.?' vacancy:  '���������'''Yyo.'tfld'TQ'c^  ������.' be?regafded as7?iaffiured?:..7::Mr..?'Maii7  7 sbii?vvasva, candidate 7fbr?lh(i.Comox-:  7 Atliu 7,c:bnstitifency7atT? the?last?gen-.  7 ef al?:election ?:fbr?7llic, House of Cdm7  7"mous,Tand .badvthacoiitestvbeeiiTheld?  ������:;at ? the? Tsaine time as the other elec-  7tions?ke .wotild  invali Tprobability?  7;have7:l3eenT.. successful. '7He?is?well.  T?a'!; d ?ppp u far ly ���Tk'ti 6 wit? a 11? a Ion g the  T c^ast? ;jn.id7in?tue,A lb,eriii .district;, iir  7psirttGular/7^Lie7is?the,str<?>ngestvman-  ?that .could7 litiye?beeir choseti as, a  ��� candidate?in :a?iC)cal?7cputest.77.As  7:irtay6r:and?a nienibervof,,tlie;Councii  7of . ���the-';-,- city of Nanafmp, he?lias-a  ; good .recordv and will be a valuable.  Tacquisitidu ?to7tlie . Legislative? Assembly.    So' . far,;it is not known"  7?wli'd'������'his /.opponent 7wiil   be.?    The;  names of a number of local Liberals  ? havfe.been ���metitioued,, but as/yet'iib  - one has .been definitely.,put forward.  Itis. understood iliat there is a general   feeling  in -Albcrai in-.-fuvor ;q��.  Mr.   Mauso.ii's   return,- byacclaaia-  tion,    alchough; ..eflbrts   are ..being  made? to hold.a Liberal convention  '"'���fo]i:"t.he7purpose of bringing ?out ?a?  7candidate.?-v--yictoria Colonist.', ?  ?I)AKGi?ROUS FINANCING;��� ��� :���  '������������The quarrel among the ���directors  of the Kquit'abls Life. AssuraneeSo-  ciety, of?\ew York, ha:.? brought"to  light : trkm'-ietioni; that are at once  ciirihonesv. and illegal, and.such as'  are .calculated?lo shake the confidenceof the pt'oplt in the manago-  snent.of that" great financial institi'i-  tion. ��� The. whole :-:y;'U:*m of life  insurance','' liu?.stability of the com-  ' [lani'-'ii,- and Lite ^protection ofiht;,  assured, dcpciHl."': ali.-oiutcly upon  ti;*-: safety ol V.:z R:;-.*,*; V'::'.  Mr..'Janic;:   H.  Hyde, a director  ��� an'd    iiiiiji;>rily   .*-l!:n'<.-litikl-ji"   iu    the  '/'.qp.ltaliK'. Lile, has is!?;*.it.<l 'a   j-itatc-  ini.-ul i;i which iip'sa', :>:������        '      ':  '''i'h.iro had b?:eu ri . 'sy.iiiiicit'ii:  known as'".jav:o:*; Ji. .Hyoe and A:-;-!  .������.o.jiats::.'? incluuiiig jr.iifci \V. A !���?���:���:-  a.i*.'7), prc-'iileut oi' ; the .''0*r..-iely,  i,'huso 7??t:'7ci:.:ilioM w;i:'i . a!way:;  ���i':q:i,il to my own, ;i'i*.' ll?,:; syudic.'ite  'i.;d !>���-���'������.ii tiiitii."}"\-.'.i,iLc-r.-s o'T a numbt-r-  i'i? l>.m.-:!:.;.i i::;:.;ii*s of Nfcini-ties, ami  i.iic,Jv;j;i;.. :l'Ic ;-.oci,,;ty x-./i-jiuis-jii, in  :7?:;ie    ii;:7?MiC-*?:-;,    in    the   ordinary  had been uiid'ei'.\vi'ileh':.by-;:lliisJ;yn-'  ���<iica,t:'p?';.'??A;t,7.ti'c-'7"'duiset  tiloVersy,��� Mr. Alexander.and.I ,:w;ere  bbti7ady!sed?by counsel? that .as,,tc  an y ��� such 7 syndicate1 transact ions; in  Avliicii'ttuy duicei's of the^Kquitable  Society had bo'e'ii'"��� interested, (1 .full  stat6ineut.?shoiild .lie;made tip and  laid?be!ore; the vljotti'd," of? directors,,  auci7,wJn;lcyer?lavy? and?1 jusiice?re-  ,quired :?j"cgai'tdiiig?;,.lhem7 slipukl? be  cl cm e ������������:' by 7111 e'.',' ���; o iii cc .'is; 7 co 1 icei; 11 ed.  ?i^)llci^in;g.the adv,t*ce above referred  to,??!?examinfcii 7?these??Syndicate  lraus'aCtipii*^7J:aud;,?7depbsitecF  eheyue'-fbr? |6f,4^:6;92.?v\vitl,i,.?lhe  -treaf'urer ofvlhe ?sopielj7;as trustpe.;  .:$hls-#m6.un;t?fe^  .pronts?fr6uiv syndicate ;?t raps actions  of the 7cli'a racicr?;aliqve ? men tic liPd,;  7\\d!li7?6 iperT'ceiitTTinterest';up7tpT;the  .date of such*;deposit .period.???;?,;?77;  r?7-Ti!e7Ppn lessipirwf Mr7Hycle: lends  coldi??to7van?thev charges7niade; by  Mrv?l1;idmas?LawsbHi?.whdse;.-.^  zi^d :art!cies?iii 7Everybpdy^s;;M^"ga7  ,Kiiiii?;hkvW-?:been?7prettyv;l^r^  ;coinifed;?7vBiiVs;ovfarTas7Mr?;?H)'d^  iiairipuLatiohs:?havev beeii?7revealed  t hey7a re: as'", bad! 117 p rinc tple as a ny-  tliingv? that ? ?Mr?; 7 La:wsou?v has?, cle-  scribed;7^T6rdntpNews.,7?;7?'77:;--:7:  ?;SENATE? OK7?LIQyOR;iLAW??:  A. in ���'.-���T'llie vDouiihion ?Senate7 a .feyv.  weeks' paSt SeuatbrvBeique. ,brp  :tip??the;:vquesti6n :bf-s,tate:contrblled;  ?public?hqiises?;where,:there?7was,7vup;  inducement;?tp sell "driuk;7?He;re-,  'rerredVat"-ieiigtii'-.'t6':tiie.;'Bridsli-i3iib^  lie 11 on S��?t7rtilt? aiid?the'"Gptheiibui'g?  systeiirr: as applied ?iu??Englaud,.;anct  nioved:7''Th'a'tin the .���.opinion'-'of this  Senate tiie'BritislivGothenburg ??ex-  perimeuts aiidvlhccstablisliment'df  p ublic viibti se, trust si ii'.;E ti gl an q hay e  lnatcriciily actvaiiccdv tlie sqlutioii.br  '.theTlempertuice;question and,pf;the  social reform prpbleni, and that'the  time has arrived '.when like experi-  menis should'be made and like pub-  lip I16r.se trusts, should be established in Canada." '"? ,777-:'  Ths A4Iln-Taku-Juiieau Survey.  7 OiiiMonday lasttlie 7 Government  survey, party 7left-tpvexplore7aud, -if  possible,; find ?a7 practicable wagon  routevbetweeu.Atlin and salt?water,  via, the 7Taka river valley;. The  party consists of William Brown  and?G. Lee Garden, engineers, and  Road Superintendent Hugh ,Moly:  ueaux, and it is safe to assume that  the work will be well done aud-the  report to the'.Government-,.will?be.  exhaustive-and'fair.'?��� ���        ?-,���?.������'.  We can only hope that the parly,  will.kc'successful iii locating a feasible-wagon route through liie coiui-  tr'y,. which dvent would have a  marked influence on the future of  this"'camp.  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A: ?7.:t?77?' 77'??7?si\iiiiig7f:rcm7 ^f^^^-^^A^AA-Aii^AAAAAA-AAi  A 7??'?'7? 7??..?'77?7?Direct77tb'?;:Vaiicpuye?  ';:T::?vT'77^:-?Tt*��risiiorti  :Wo>ivc'iUii*iic?service?:77:No1i"termeili��  .���:v7i7-: 7.7'.'������/��� ������.*'���'���''T-:l?7ii'<)i".'.'riites  7v?^l7.:',.vJ- _V.. .7. ?.- .7 ,V7cj?,l,.v7: ,-7^ ,..���. 7.7 ���,__j:,?:i;7?./, .iA.:j:AAxy^.AA.A:...::.:uAA^A^hAA9:AAjjV  Th"bngli::Lins  fromT .Skaguay  to.7?Atlin,7;WIiits 7Hov>se,:: ;Big.... Salmon,?  A   y b    1 ���:.���'������:���  Dawson and all intermediate woi*vts.?���   77 :   7??  7.7?;7��"J'^^jgg^|GHE:D0Ltr,7OF   Fi RST ?CLAS3.XRAiNS. 7. 77:77.  ?'VV   ;'-?.VV,:-    Kt,. j.���' 5-;.-,rtl>-1!-ju���.l-.?i.. TO), a.���:Soutll vlJf.llll.!. ������,.-.���  "���9.:!0n-.iii.T.v7-:*-.''S.lvA'dij��\'.y;   i'Ar. j.llftjj'-m..."--. '.',. ,:.     .7  ??,.;:.  ���.'..���7.7  ,'.;���'���   ?2.10 .ij.u'i. r,v.7 vCAItlHOU 7   l,y.ll:50;i.i:i.7,   .'  ':���:.;'���"   '������'���'������.1.30.}).ni"; Ar. WHIT!*; liOUSBt.v. O.ilOii.m. . 7 ? 7     v?7  7   '7 t'i'wie*. schedule;���.-LAKE  STEAMBOATS7.  '  ���LbiiW'cAULi'OU.r.'p.-m.'Ti^^^^ .  .' -   ..?       B p. ni. -Vi-ifliiys, ��� 7?? 7" ". ������-'--9 u. rn. fctituj-ilays.      ,..  ���-r,piivc"'Ar'H:TN r. i>. tu. Mt.iuluysi,-  ?-,..'���    Arrive OAlMllOU V i-.. r... .iunsuisys.:.  77 "���-���-.' ":      S i).'iu. Tlmrsfinys.  ? ,      ..."   ���' ���? ���'.���".-  ? ���?   7 ti. m. I^i-itlaya..        7-    ,-  ^        in!) .lotiiiiliof l-md-iKa will l.o?cheekeil,I'l-et. With each full iiire tlchat iiiutVi) liotiiitla?  WiU' ^Ml'pnf-w-^Hwl4"ui tit? <!c?cts hi'limolo li?vo lUi^nKi.Ti.isi.octcil n.,.1 checlu.il?  7  -'���. ;  .-'.TliiicSiilicfluIuaarofiiilJJeuttp'c.luiiifruvviliipiit -ii.utic.o. , ...-,,,���..'  . V:��j&".    Enrjssage   Eoisiiad   Throisg".''    .''���  ' ������.   Kor-informiitioiiTrclutivu tt'.'.'Pti'sie'iiser.v l-';*oi*;l.t,  ExjircSs ami. -Tolenriii.li litttes,.,  tiDl'ily. to iii'iyusbiit.of ���l-lio..Ofiiiiiii!ti.v..ov:-l_t>   ?,  .7 ..,,..,.  J    )kwHTTK,O..P*P.A.,.   '     ^.UPSCp^BZv,^^^^^,^AA-&V-X^^  "   ' y-im'ouver, U. C.     IV- 7  ' A3flO-t.'fit?J��..' W-.ti-tiay   Alaska.  cr."7r;w.*xii-r^.%~L-:i'.nnr"J-.-*v.r:."'J"  XTmrjzrm* -tes^"*'  ?��� aM:^���� y PBlm^^AAAyA.  The?:Re5iab[s:;ShoemaKsr,.lT7?i:777:'  -';-'.' -���'   - --. blSCOVKKY, -B-.--G."  v-Riibbst' Boots a .Specially-. ������  (l''rom-i;iii*')(i>rri.tt..s" c'iii".'f.*s|ioiiiIuiit.)  The smoker held by Koxy at his  Surprise -'Lake-hotel last week 'was  a howling succcus. The mayor of  Sfinijisi" was 1-resent and contribu  ted' sev  .'ral    inlerestiiKj    numbers.  il.i-; ;.-.\hibil.ion of "tumbling" and  his stunt, "as, a dead one," .being  i'uiiy ���.-ppreciated by the audience.  ;?'ioiue.of Bouid'jr's mining men also  contributed to'the programme.  nyLhoi'.* in liu  ur  nttttre line  '���.'.;���'*.��� of  busiii'jos, secualics vvliich isec iiegan  '���fX'-y-W----': BATHS  %J���   .IV*   BARBEIi SHOP  VrUST.STGKET,-'; -       ATLIN."  ���F. SHIULDS, Pkop. .':  'l'lit! Imlh roamsurc fMiiiilly ti:r:::f>oil im fp'uiii!  In  nlllos.    I'l-iviito  Mill i-iuK.-o for liuUhs..  i   Have   Rs-of-'sncd"'  The' Rey^l-LsimsssbTy  ���"..������-  ���-Oii tin. AViilorl'ruiit'.  iliiii'.s Suits Oli.'i'.iictl tinrl  K'-'i'i.irv.l.  All  Work C'liiirauicoil. ,  Oooil'i.Oullffl l'->r nuil ���llclivcrctl.  Cti-ili <ju Delivery.  ..A'tl'S.  M.   f.ClWI,    Pi-:rr;t1-.*C!.s.  ���������p-'-ybc):*^.     ?%-!!%��� ^77 :@)V-J*-av'  .-���-? ���". ?i? discgvkry.b? ;c:??' .7:? 777  A. Strictly, .First-Class THotel.T  Dining-Room iii,connection.  Choicest. Wines,;I,iquoi's and Cigars ?  . .7. ' EO.   SfiNPS,    Prairrialci".,7. ..;  ?  Balmoral??: Motel,. ?  " Discovery? B.C,  miller & EoLarGU,   -   Proprietors.  -������    We -^fiTis   tio  pge&s/Su  inncsi  Liquors a-.nd Gi^ars.  Good   ota'jlin.--.  il ?uAA  ���-'I��'' U-?<5��-,-!!-��  gk 7. 7,': Piiiynuw  <^MftA$\/?A' "'���""U.-*'i-'iil;tii" 'cii'iiiiuliiiiUV-  ^^&XiAr\A 1i.i:i7".'scl-l .111 tl.o-llr-;!.  /V-ai7*:-V'i. 'JMiiuvitlay ��t ������*���������;' uu.iil a  V  X-Nv    \        ;��� -.;,,:  A. O.-tl. W. Hull,  V 'J'tiinl Sl.-i't.-t.       '  Vi-'i'iii;.',--Iji*.'Ilirau i-'.-i-dinil.v iuvili'fl.  'ilia ymmwm  v'ohnsop   &   Di.uie,  Proprietors.  THIS HOTEL IS 5TOC  ED  THE   BEST- OF' GOCCG  Sasxix  ^jsSisis&auiv,.   &-aa&,  llilt! l0!tS '?'���  ;     .��� * ���  .   Discovery.   ��� . .  Oi.'ivN  \)AY AXV) NitJHT.  i'ip.sT-ci,A.s:''. k;!;::;ta'{ji-;ant  CGN'NJ'X-'TIOM.  ll-juil-.t.iiiiiiJia   im* llixuu'ti  -;.taKfj.  ????<l  m  ��� ?a r  ?"<!  J": .??;A^IJ^?7?B?7^  ���Ij^Ma  ;Our?;Sto,re3: ,in??;^d  jiii?iii::ii@isE;  T;?Co;.,:S.id;7?v7-? '..?7?v 7-7 7  7"."'A ;;S.-.Cf JOS3,?TRri:sidcsV;  .IVE.ALTH 037; ORE 1W7SIGHI'.'.  7 ^Tfio.Conrad?'CoHsdlldatod?{??Qv:tarta  7? Property:0.1 j?'-.'Wi.tuly j;Arm,'vi'iG:  "'..���,.,?????7S}iowln'?7up7WbH..7?7?;/?i7;'l77;?77  7 The?l ql I owing glpwiiig 'accp'tiiit-'of.  7 ; this 7p rq petty ?is: ;?takeii 7 JrPm TTlhc  77 TWliilelidrsc;Slai-76i7tlieyiytli?iijst::;:77;  7??777 O.'?? A?T77Si 11 ger?T ;u,^  ?77j7;7H7,vCpnrad77Gbnsbiidatet.l ?silvei;  7 ??;'a 11 d ?g0!d;:' 111 i 1ies??lqcated?on7W' i 1 d y'  7?; Arm. -acconipaiiiPd7by7?iylr7,Conrad??  "' 'arrived'in7tqwir?ypsterday*?byetiii)g?  7'?liis7nnssipii7being7to?takeTs.iiJrycyprs"  7: back .\vith? hiui.??lbr7tlie: purposeTof  vv7cp iisf ni c t i iig'.rai 1 ?racr i al ? t ai iii wa y?byv  7v?,which?7.bi-e?will���be deliverecfftipni-  7 the mines iq?the77lake;??Iprepafator)"1  7?tb7,shipm'ent?.t07butside Tsmelters.for  'A treatuiPnt???-7^7777..;77:777.777,?: 7:777?-,777;  7,--7r-v?I')p;i:;-".?tlie?7past':;:':llire^  7 7yelo[Hn��nt?\yprk.on-the abq\'e?men-:  77tipned proper^  ? ::ly7carried?cui7with?the,?ci"es  ?vIafge?7bbdies?7pfcbi'P ���Carry'iugTgoPd?  77,yaluesih;bpthTgold ?and;; silver?, ha.ye;  vv.bepii ?, pi'bvefi?-?beyqnd vial 1? dpubtilq  ; exist in.practically'7^nli.m;ted  quau-'  7iityv?and to thecii'dre.satisfaction.of.  7f'JIr.?Singerj;.',vwlio' 7?will77nqw.;gei7?iu.  ?7Csbape for shipping preattiip?'earliest?  ? ?. ppssibleTd ate?, gi via g vto? t h is 7;eiid?;bf.  7?the7:;territory an?dmpetus,in,'mituiig  77itvbas7nevei7previonsly?-experienced7  :   a lid'.-iii' which?..work? it is? proposed to  .7 em ploy-'several hundred ?meu.7 '7  7?? ?TJutil7theT'pfesent time andiutitil  '.���'.absolutely certain  of the' existence.  .'.of ore'-iii? their mitres,Tboth Singer  and Coilrad'have slead lastly- refused.  : to   talk  for publication ; but, 7 now  7 that? lhe? wealth  of the prbpertyis  > assured, tliey do  not' hesitate,to as-:  sert that it is'a; mountain of wealth,;  that "'it: will be operated  as soonas.a  '���'���.plant:can?beputin7couimissipn and?  that   ore to Ihc amount of 100 tons  : ?daily.:will 7s0ou' be 'shipped lo?smel-  ?.tcrs7fbr treatment. .7  ,7 ?;? ?  .' The gentlemen are now anxiously"  ~ awaiting. the'"^irrival. of?President;  ? Grave^vpftlie White-Pass company?  to- la)' before ?him a pi'Opositiqii to  "construct a- branch road to the nearest available, point to the, mines.  ?  The? operation, of these mines on  ���the ���plaiiv'-pfoposed,,-a "plan ' behind'  ���which are; experienced .mining men  and'uiiliuiitcd capital? will do'inore  to? add permanent prosperity to this,  end of Yukon territory than  would  the discovery and operation ��� of half  a   dozen   ordinary   placer   mining  areas. : 7 . y -��� ' *.  It will be to  prepare   for  mining  'and'shipping  ore  on  a large scale  that' Messrs. .Singer aud Conrad will  return   to  Windy  Arm  the first of  the week. '������'?,���  tiling-like 300 to 11s. better th tin any.  previous '���record:,.T'This 7scuncls like  a bitj pile of7rock?but.,7 when 'one  ���comes . lo7thiuk?bfii,, ;a 24-hpiirvruii  pfTthelwo bigvinills ,woiildn",t,'ieave  yei"y m ueh?of it ?i 117th e bi ns. -- Dqiig  las7-MaiM["'^cws77"T'--7,-7,--'v-:.'';.:.Tr.'?--"--  Sefe^  '������j- New?; v/tr-r i va Is  7 ��� ' A Big Kun.  Uver since the installation of the  big . new. hoisting engines at the  Trcadwcllniine there has been considerable speculation as to the  amount of rock'that'could be taken  out of the mine and deposited iii'thc  ore bins of the big mills in a run of  ten hours, 'flic run made last,Sunday night was a record breaker; in  .'.ess than ten hours 3,000' tons of  rock   was  hoisted.    This' is some'-  ,7";Kol 10 wi tig7?is?'ia?; 1 ist?pf those 'who  :liave?i'eceiitly arrivod-per ihe;Scotia:  i^Jund?*??^  sliaiu?7 Miss"Kir-lalid? and jTyKii'lc-  .lai.idl?7?jiihe:7ai^H_;B.:7?Duhh?:aiki;  wifc?7MiGS77l3e^  Smi th, TL:?C7Cla rlc;?^vTugwPlli?sr^  ;T?:Tugw,eli?jr::; ?-<^  'Fredricksbn?;?F;: Carlson? TN". ^Dribe'  J?vkH?v?Saiiii?'vW7?'Harkiiis??J.'?B:  Eink,7:Jhb7''Miller?; ;Dau?-Carey?7p.  7Lewis,?^7vKrauquist7?A^  A;.? Krauquist,,; G.??Meland.er:i ?Geo.v  ilv^-ayis?^  ���H??Ll7Den^',vC7-L.>T)e^  Stei n mitz?.?:A .?7A. 7Gpok,?? Mrs?v?:S?  Duac??:W?'#?  Morrow 7aiid;; son?;'Mrs:7,Geo!;I,,ind-  ieV.aud-vMr?; Walsoiu v.,,./.?. 7,:..?. v.-:.;?7  muumA^Ay��AA��^  ~*:~iziziM~~Pz;.  r-��-.--2i sy% i-tjia^i-gcc-.T  ��� ,tr/w=.^v-%'^i=.-i^=n.-r.  ���C.?'DOELi*"lJ:R7;jV]cir!nsGK7  iBihter1^  m  '���(&&������ 7 ������������.. ���'���?,.��� .n,7.-;7 ra V v. 7 ?.  ���;,:./jn, Aya ?'7o T v fn.-v-.ffi> VA ���..  '���t^^M^,y?^r'ilT7-i77:7V.^  <^1.  LjriCs633crt?vc/iraiP*T;y-c:  r^Ei,:.-  "ii<K.tiiX=;L��.,*.��lKatiiCli��0"  "���am  Ai  7.7ATMil;is?beii;ig:ihtroduced7in;vtlie  Dominion ??Hptise'77 tp 7 legalizeTTuhe  Frencli 7jaiigiiage7;iii77the;7twpiie\v:  prOyin0PS:?7;7v;-7?7:i7=7?.77.:77V?v7,:^7;v7-7V^  Thbs.7F\'sliie? general tuauager of  the? Merchants - .P.ank.pfiGaiiada,for-  a: uumber?of j'-ears,dias; ?retired7witii  a "gratuity"of $50,000 and   a .''yearly  allowance of $67000 fbr life. '".."���,  ^m^m^A'AA.A.  Auction Sale of Gove^nm^eht Lots,'  *���.7y -y ?;" -'77Atllii Townsite;??';:  7? K0TJ,CI5 ..Is, liereby'-givcn tlitit'a sale hy.  Piiblic-Auctioii of lots 'coniiirisiiip* tlio tulili-  tioirto Atliu ToiviiKita will Ijb lieltl tit the  i'roviiiciiil Goyai-iiihoiit'- Buililiiij-;, Atliii, li.  C, 011 Tliii"rst!ii.v.,;2l)tli7ji' J.u.rre, I!)Oii,commciic-  i;i^ nt tali o'clock, elm. The lots Will he of--  fcre'tl- For/sale as''siih-iltvkle.il into,parcels dt  oiiC'tvyo iiiiti;iivo'acres or I't-a.etioiiS'tlier'epfi  ���.'���Kncli lot will he soltl to 1 he highest biililer  subject'., to ri l-escryo; price wiiicli.vviUbo a'n-'  'tioiui'ccfliiit the' tiiiie of stile 'and which will  iuclii'ilu iiiijiroveniaiits, if any-   .���''���?��� ���'���'���  U'ci-msTof Salo:���bnc-tliirtl. cash on flay of  sbI'e. onc-thirtl i" si.x iiiontliB aii.l the balance  iu Svc-lve uit)iitl:s.'; All arrears subject to 0  par cunt, iriterestiuntii paitL  A plnn shoivitiH: the lot.s tuitl suli-tlivisions  to be soli! iiiay ho seen at the Government  Olliees- any* timo tliiritiff oliico hours.,  ...        7    J. A. fltASER,      " vy.;:.  7,        . ,'"���       Goveriiiiiciit. Ajient.  .Government Agent's Oliiee.  "Atlin, li.C."', (it'll .Iirnc'liWri.     .   ' ...  ^**v  g��m  NOTICE.  'South Afiuoas Waii I.aso Uiiant Acr.  ���  1 HANTS of laud iiiiiilc tu Voliiiitcprs.  If tlifii* ln-irs or if-siu'iiK, uniler tiiilhorit.v  of llii.-i Act, tiro Hiilijcct lo the* cfiinliti.in truit  Hii.-li ltitiils shall have been selected by the  .-rantciiK on or before I tin 'iriif ila.V of-Inly,  l!i:.ii. Ntitlco is,'therefore, hereby (riven that  aiUilieatifin.'. for such Iniiflwuitist. be llleil at ti  (iovc-.-iinient Oliico by .'hai iliite.. ,  It. .I1'. Gl'KB.iT  Chief floiiiiiiiiisiuiier of f-iinils & Worlt.s.  ii.-iiitTh ami Works l>cpiir,(!iu-nl,  ,  Victoria, H.G..^!th .May, JfW.-i. jell)-!  BiwdeeSMchrlane  . Eni-iine-srs arid Surveyors. "'  ���r. ii. nutnv.vMi'i*:, p. I'*- ��*. ����� i*.".s.',  J. W.AlcKAlll.ANH.U  /���:.  ^7;.pR A NT) ?:OI,p?HiGHL A N 'D' 77  ':jvfs;^crA5??RES^  ^?:GLD?VAT:^^  ?.?7?Bla<!k?i:vabel.vv||i^:  A?;White A��A>AAfy  KvYellb w:?l;abel: '���'fe.  777? ~v--'77.vv������;::������:.������.;..-,,..���:��� PT 1:  mmvmmAm&^sm^smMm.  ������^S^&t^S>yy:: v.;ftS5i^^3^5^S^5ii^^^ ?7? 77 W&&&&&^&&^'^:& :1  ';|!^?|?7i7;SI��ai��?:^  ,TLIK?'I^il��NG-K60  AAyiyAAAAAAAAAAALAiS&A^  WM&^^^&&MS&&^^&  ���s>y-::ta  7v.--,v.0-a g-7?-:?7AAA--A"v.v:  ���AAv^-Z-a:-A-A:-A��.t<-'V'---  'aaiMM-M^MMmM  D i S'ep.V ER Yv?:B..7?G.??  1  ^t*��  AaAMMXvbPJ^  . Kcataurati't iir-Coiiuiictioti Umlei*:  Ko.v?anil Capable Wami.'jemoiit.  fflESl^  TD'I.JCCjvi, ?B��*Cl*?TH.E;R^7:Pro|3riexo;*s:. .??:';  ?ol7:v'&  ?BiIHarcl:s, - Eree.  ?Fre?ghtie"ig"'and ?Ts3j"nh"jg 7 7777  A^i-Wim  77?    7.7 m   Id m .(&.'. 7 .B^W  El ;*/^'^"..'?l3^;^7*;a--via_''^^.-.'.^  ���?,.7';;?,?7 -?--,-'- ;':-:TmLLWtLR-E;-f&  ��� ?; ?:;?7?7:7Co'rns.i'7Fearlvand Fii-st.Strssts^Atlm^B.���C.'v?.?::?:-;^^^^ 7 .?  ?-?";*'        " "���' !''".".'-.* ��� '.'��� .-���������    ,      ������.���- --T^'S>--f���-r ���" - 7-_   "'".'.'���  ??    .7??"'.FIRST  CLASS -RESTAURANT   IW   Cp'M"ME:CTi01M.?  ' ...   '? v 7 . . - ,-ic=rr^"j=fa ,.",��������� ���������,.- ..  '������'.' o .    ?      ciioittST v'ifiT.s,xiDiio��s Wp.'j) aoAics������case oooiis a si'tdAiir;        "."���.   ?;.-.'���  Tte; Ca^  ';'���'-���,. ���'.,' A    CAPlTAlv ���PAID;   UP    ^10,000,006.   ?   7 ?-   '  ?  ���'���'    7  ?'." 7RSSKKVK,   $3,500,000; .-'-'''���."''"������  Branches of teo Bank ?at .Jeattie,  "'..���'.������������ San Francisco.  .   '���   ��� ��� 7   . \ ��� . Por'tlaKd, ���:  , ' Skagway, ete.  Gor.pDusr Pukcka.sivd���AssaS' Oi-"-rcu iw Con;*;i*:ctiok.  D? ROSS, Manager.  ���VAKCO.'i/VSiL B.C.  SPECIAi.iSTS   IW  __   ���, ra   "   '��� no f\ >"n O ���'     Ci Rs'pTI " l"i     O  la ti f "il Si y-u 'i-y " �� ^ ���  ^ ^ u ^ - ^ ^ '-���*'  * l-*: '-^ 'i-j u Iy ������> ^ y "^ " -&A9  * ��� '-*".' ��� ./  ��� HYDRAULIC    GIANTS, :   WATER    GATLS,  '���:RTI'FLl*;    LAPS,  ���     'A.   STJ;!?!,   Kl^'iCTTKD,  PiPJ*;  HOISTS,       MIKIKG    'CAG.KS   a\si> ..  ORE     CARS.  . i'*-^"'.DF:'T-o .r.".f--.ir.r.i.Ai.. :l"'?."S"'c-?��'.  /, ���       r.       I.', ��� ���?-?"���"' 17 '��� -   ,,;.-:-      i -��������� V      ?7'"V      ���,, ? ?7 ?'; 7? .  A,   v.   1.. ��� ���  ���        ��� .    ��� \A --'."-. ��.~-^tii<itr^i^!ix$t^j,hl?Qf-''. ii'."." i^iTOWi i-iwisi^S'fcT.^?:!^^ *��'����� wwm --w^*- km  ^?ATIJN,:'7.B.7^  ���$������:���-..  AA.:  ?  ;?      '���' '.'We~ l':&Ao-l'5?0?Z<tiX<X��lir'��'<3T'!3   Aas^   '-.  ?������ and valsb.-. :"T,?v.7v77;.? T.77,7 7  AZgg&v .&meS,A;'Butter'.]. 'v,[  ���1:  LlV  jLjs  v??; ���/���>�����"  E.[1.IM^M:"'&:  Brauol-J   Store,  on   SPRUCE   CREEK;  7.?;??:;7.?7:7?Lp.cal?vEyents?;v7?:. 7,77  ?7   'Iron beds,-mattressesancl springs  .TTatTRcgan's. ? ??.v. .?:"���;"?''������ T"??-?''?.'?:?'-^-"?7?'  ?7 ??Kpw^tpck of Lowney'ii 'Chocolates  "?at?C.?R. Ronnie's.'??' v'?'??7?>?7 ??7'??7..  ������'���"���',>,-.Mrs. Le Baron. DaviesTaudlainily  ?:?left for NewWesl hi i lister Th ti vsday?  .?7?:McI)onald's' 'Grocery?*;:?uiakes?a;  77specialty7ofvfresh;eggs a.iKl:buttei'7  7 ? 7A sclipormeeling wilt be.vheld1 at  7 71 b ? 0 ;clock 7 tliisytnorni n g ;7tb :?elect77 a:  ? trusteefpr the?,next school year. 7;  "?7?-7Mrs7?Peter's -bread-��� the7best in  ���-.thev camp���can be obtained atPill -  :; ..mail's, Atlin andSpnice Creek stores.  7??;Thc, closing exercises of Iheschbol.  :;:for the? summer holidays took 'place-.  Ton EfidayTmoi'iiing anda full-report  7 ofTsame Twill 7appear?iu uextissue. ,?:  "7?:.vlf .you7want7the;:be3t;fresb fruit:  ? aiid?-'-.vegetablesv:gb vtoTWheeliug's;  7?lNPWvStock.arrives'on every boat?? 7  ;7?TProperty7holders,;to;save? the re-  :;.balP7fsh6nld bear in mind;that faxes  ���7must:'?be? paid,7 i 11 to7 the?cpilector's  7?dffice?bn.pr before June730th.v77  ?7?7:Ask?'"your7'?Mends?77in?7? A'l.liii;-:'  v^Which'hotel71^..:^  yvay ?,M;7?Their?reply will be:? '.'The  rlifth^vemteT?'--Tliat'^  ?-T On.her Wednesday trip.the Scotia  ,'ijro'nght -in -thirty-four ���; passengers.  .Hei:;? cargo ?consisted17of -.40:,toils, of  .merchandise for Atlinand Discoveiy  ������-'��� merchants..and; 45 ,tons? ofvmining.  machinery.?' 7 ?  'Wheeling lias this weekhad a few  investors   in  "Missouri  quartz,'': a  splendid ..'specimen   of which   is on'  view at.his grocery store. .   .7?. 1 \..  Mrs. Geo. Findley, wife of Atlin's  Tfire chief,:; arrived from 7 Yorkton,  Assa., on Wednesday's boat. She  was accompanied by her daughter,'  Mrs. W. Ii. Morrow, who has come  north for the benefit of her health.  Mr. H. B. Dunn, C. P. R. agent  at Skagway, and Mrs. Dunn, accompanied by Miss Bes.sie Switzler,  of Portland, Ore., came in on a  pleasure trip on Wednesday's boat.  While in the camp they were the  gnosis of Mr. T. O. Switzer, manger for the JJ. A. Dredging Co. on  Pine Creek.  The su  teriau church ou '"  by the ladies of the congregation  was well patronized, and we arc informed that a goodly sum of money  was realized. All who attended  heartily enjoyed the good things  provided, and much credit was due  those who had charge ol" the affair  for the'able manner in which the  supper was served.  'Several new designs'bl .Atliu view  ,postals.iVitC;;?R.; Bourne's.7 ? 7?T?7 7 7  ��� Large assortment "of Ingrain and  Willi7Papei7���See Regan.?'? ? 777'?  ���'.'. ?I';br ?upholstere'd bed-lounges? at  correct prices?calf on. J. D?Durie.;7  '���?.'���,The latest^inagazinesvaudTpapers  are always 011 ?liaii'd?atTPillman's.7?  . 7 j?R?Wray ^representing; lhe?Eit-;  Reform 'Tailors of ? Vancouver, 7y*as  in town-tiits week tincP reported ;fair,  -business; dpiae;;?;? H-A..AAAAAA-AAA  :?7aHie?'7Pil'th ??Ayeuue77 Hotel7?of  Skagway,, is ?noted?.forTvits good  beds, .commodious .and '-elegantly  ?funiishedv?;rooms?7andT all? around,  general.excellence? ??7 A;?:'?? AvvfAv  ; ? . Mrs.T, Sinibh'7;buck,??bf TVictbria,  arrived on.Wednesday's; boat'btivTa,  visit? tb??her7,grand-daughter 'and  ;great-grandspi?i??Mrs?:C?:R? Bourne  and son:  7'[Aa:AAAA:'aP: ��� ??:���'��� - -A:  ? ,-Darge assortment pf?lamps.-r-:See  Regan???'v7?'?,77'?.77.;??.,777??;'?7.7777....7::7  7 .'. 0 ii?? Wed ti esd a y' high t: a?,' far e wel 1  dan ce 7 was,': gi veilH at- the TK 00 ten ay  Kall?;ih?houor?of,Miss M; TDouglas;  who 7,'leftv dti?iThursday's?bpat -for  New- :Westminster?:... Miss'Douglas?  who ?has?beeii p;irllie?hospital ?staff  for the past .two years,1.'-.leaves;' many  friends'���'���'. iir;Atiui and will be greatly  missed7 ??Mrs:"James Stable:s,-oii/behalf of many'friends,'"presented; her  with .a-:.bra'celeta'iid-;baii'gle.'.Tpf' Atlin  ���iiueKets.---^--.-,���.��������� .7T.7?. '.77 7v.v77.-v... 7.7?.T.  mmBAAMvAimMm  .���A.   ��\..   "V    i-N.   *V-     >-  We vhaye? just; received a' large'cbrisi^hmeftt of; Fancy?and  ':'7?...?7?;...'?;;;?7?-7?7:7??:??7'''?'-T7,7Stapler7;Groc  If^you 7 want?,fesh ??^bi3d^  ;.?7;?;:'?:.?;'? KT'.'^  THRMi^?lTiR^?llRS^  :ifii:i?ii?  Buew3m.��uwu vum? 1^3 Taurji :tg��acamarj��fgng' trvr nrjuigna^caa rrcvr  "333 HastinplStfeeLT^an  I^SKS^J^jJk  TMail?Orders?;promptly?attended?lo.7. ??;7?'^^A-A'^A^*  'Sell-MeasuremetitTBlatikS; mid.7Sainples?seiit oii'.applicaWcm?  NOTICE.  ippcr given m the   Presby-  Tuesday evening  -|~ It Ii K li li Y ?G IVE KOTIC E That I have  ;-*-,-sold out my business both at Atlin and  IJisfiiJVe'ry to Harry E. Hrovvn.*  All   accounts duo' by mc will be' paid, on  presentation.  All accounts due me must be paid or settled on or before 15th July. 1905.  je24-2i J. H. RICHARDSON.  T 'And 7\yp; :are? Prepared?  ���To :Pili?all'70rdPrs;?For7  ''^1  ��iraeiisiGti: riniDe^:,  ^Qiigh? and ?Dressed  SKiplap, Beaded, Grooved, Etc.?;E  SALE  re  OF  TOWN  LOTS.  A LI. Parties occiip.viiiK- property that  -^^k- will be .included in the Sale of Town  Lots advertised for 29tli, inst., are rciiucsteil  to furnish the undersigned with 11 memorandum of their improvement's not later than  2Hli inst. ..;������'  .1. A. J.'RASKI��,  Goveriimcnt Atrcnl.  Atlin, M. C, .liiiie l.'th, IU05. ji-l7-2i  fe#v|fW  a <& ig> tjbi -&- xog  Executed  Cheaply,   Pronn.ptiy and Salisfactos'Tly.  THE   CLAIM    OFFICE.  'S  L����>��ip B&tsr  ssssdj   Pma$er.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY PILLED.  TIM  Ffo~WW-  SHOEMAKER.  17  __..  i.f-U-ive Rc-oponed in my old stand en  FIRST ST.,-ATLIN.  I lliivi.- tlm Ilesl- Lines or .Minors' Hoots.  .Mailing liools to order is m.v spccialt v.  Repairs priiiiiplly aiitl netttlv execule.l'.  i**   ? /^�� V /*��� / ':' '   tin  CARRIES   THE  Best   Line   ��ff  DAVID   HASTiE,   Proprietor  FINEST EQUIPPED  HOTEL IN THE NORTH.  KVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   E.IRST-CLASS MANNER.  &&-tie"Da��e   Rc-ziasunasit ia   Gestnectioeta  CORN Kit   Kilt ST  AVUNliK   AND   IJISCOVKItY  STRJCKT,   ATLIN.  and  'Staple'   OrOlSeriOS ��� in  the  Damp.  PRICES���Yoy. cant... Get ..Batter,���Corns and  Sscfbr Yourself!  $������&*���>*<���  h\if wi ini r   t^th  II-  1r  THE  Half-Way Mouse  is n liavcn for all  travellers. The meals  tire frijf.-iiiillinij- nnd  the bracers in the  bar us i-cl'i'ddiing- as  the dew of the early  morning;. An ideal  siiiiiiiici- and winler  resort.  JAMES   CLARE  ritui'i" U'To'k.  M  ;77tl


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