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 ...  :^,---y--Vr:A,-,0';^A:  fomMvSy^yy  ���VOL.?:2<5.  :"A. ;a'pi;,in;7:b?'c??.7S atu nn AAAA^^yAArWo7-::  NG774IS  3ge^^^_^o^  ?���?;?? A:?. Bu'dge t:; of.. ,:ln t^r es ti n g :?.JNe w s  ? ?y ?y, :?7: ?Fr oni'vM^ii^  .:'.!��������'���?���;..-������'���;" ??,-,Tilj'HOl'Aii TOVTII l'..Cn.,A I..U.1?-? 77vT''  7,I^evv7yprk??7Jtin'e72S:--;-?'v?7!:lliuble-  ?���?? 7; d 0 wi na'i 1 cl 7 ra 1 n shack le ii o u se?cp 11 a ji's-.  ?77ved?feGe,nliy?iiLU^  ;-������: ii~:lc i 11 i7fig"?'rieVe ii'-ipe i; sp'i i s-- i ii ;':i"i i e -^T-i'i 11 isV?-??^  7'..77'7S;antiflgb''^  ?;7?:Pa'bifi,c.?^  AySantiago? lias?d?)eeii7?,wrecked?:a'hcl  77 ?? iiihety;7oL,?the.'?passengers7?aiid crevv*  /?'7';,dfovyi^  ?7 7 ��� were 'aui 6 n g? the, los V. ?. -??? :y-y.yyA . ������?���/,  7?-????Boise,;v??Idali o,: 7; Ju tie7? g8 T-~Th e  777,Hay wood? trial ?is?^  v?7?;Th_e;deie;nce7has7adm  ���?.'���'��� I? .wasV^a^  ?77::presicleiit;'0ffthe ?^ihe!'S'(U;iibh?ahd  7? ?.?iiar fy 7T?0f'cbard ?;?7-bii i??7'?al 1 eges?tl ill I;  7???.p?rchard?was?the'������'���"agent?of 7 the.'���Mii'ie  ''7'G>wiiefs?7?7r^he?Tstat^  7?7?'ccfifideiTFof seeiirihgTcpuv'IctioiKvTT??,  7a?y7&she^  ?v!J;7pplice7aid'2dvv;b)'?va!viarge?posse,7siic-v  .7 Tceeded;?iii ? surrounding 7thirty-five  '.jriuponsh'itie'fs'.';...^^  77? very?stubbbrn7 fight?forced theiii to  7 "Tsurieiitier.? : Some.7400? shOv��v*iyere-  ? "e'x'ch'a'n'gedT'diiriiig:. the conflict?, and  7 v:several of?the, blockaclers -were:? bad?.  ;������.   lv Vvblillded.TT .���������?? ''-A 7 .������'.-' '������:-'!: " .���.:*??���'���  ������"������,:-���"���' rf���������':��� ':���"������'.V:   ���  f.'*.-'   .'���.���- ���.-"'-::>.'"-"?. ������ V;��,77'Vv  *,. .-, ^Vancouver, June:2B:T:--The''great-  ���7 -est pollach' ever.v.held? viii'* Bi-itisli  7?Guliimhia'?is?how "iii?"full swing' at'  ...7? Alert? Bay'.?'.���' Five hundred war..can 7  ?...-...pes   loaded .clovyn   with-'visiting."In-  .diansTfrpm 'all .over .-.the?coastJiave  "arrived   and   die- fun   and; feasting  ?: goes, on apace.   'An,? auction sale-bf  ������?'';the?ypu!ig??Iucliaumaidens.is being  1 ?;iield:?;; The highest ?biddei7gets -Ins-  .heart's'desire;:--*���-One-bf'-f lie-dusky.'  ���"damsels' "of? the; "pines brought? as  . high, as $1,460.'  '?     ."-?"���.?7.? 7."  7? ..? Dublin,- June.sS.T-Jo.hn Redniond,  .  the brilliant, leader .'of .the Irish, par-  v,ty,7in a.'firey? and. impetuous speech  made af.'the unveiling of the   memV  ���'-.orial'al'". Wexford   to   patriots-who  fell 'at?-New*. Ross   in   '89S, incited  , the Irish people to rebellion.     Redmond openly declared   his  undying  hatred to lhe; iMiglish rule."   In the  course of his  speech  he stated that  it is merely a question of ������expediency'   as   to   time   when the Irish will  ��� strike at their 'predominant partner.  Taeoma, June 2'6. ---A -very serious accident took piace here a  couple of days ago when over one  hundred picnickers were thrown into the water by the collapsing of a  pier. A terrible panic followed.  Fathers and brothers leaped into  the water and made heroic endeavors'to save their relations. In the  confusion that followed several of  the life boats were capsized, Event-  tially all but four were rescued,  though about twenty-five were more  or less injured.  Vancouver, June.28.���Alexander  Henderson,    the   newly   appointed  ;Cpniuiissioiier?of the? ?Viikon.-sails  for7l);ivys6iivthisvWcek??7? 7 ���.?T7 777?.: -.  ?-J7f New;'Orleans?^  Ilea dec!:7 hody Tof 7 a' 7boy? nan 1 ed 7 J7;fi?-  inaiia,?vv'iio.;hacl7qtiit,e?receutly7been  kidnappidd''Tby?v;Itali;uis?? li'Vs? ?l:>een  found?? :;iF.7the7?f)erpetrators76fsthe  cleedvareTcabglit? "diere^iiv^yery^like-  dihppd 770f7 tliefe?'?beihg?-a?lynching  party T??'??. v-'??7???v ^$��^K^S��  v77\^ancbuyer?Tuhev2S.-rrvThe77Priuce  -Fushimi :arrivecl?frbra7?the; eastvf ast  :SafnrdayTTand, ;?vvas.?-giv'eu7 Ta??royal  welcome. 7?? Fie Tieft?:f'jr,yictpriaon  Siihday7vvhere?he:Avill?:;be??the" guest  pfTfbe 7T7ieuteiiaht-Gpv*ernof.7?/ljhe;  priiice7sailsTfbr:7Japan7?next?iuphth?  ??. Vancpuver, ?;June7;?:28::-���A.?yery.  disastrptis 7fif efpccuredvimtiie;yard  .of1tlie'7Vaiicpuv-ef.TLiimber?.Compa'.iy..  destroying al?>p;ut?:$So;bqo7 worth-'of  ; liviiiU^r??f,:".��"By7^srr7e.ii 11 oil's i"?e'Bfqf ts?* t lie^  :nillk?vvas;sa.ved7::,::?7?7?7,?1j.;?;7.?;i..7??;??;?'..?7  ���'N>T.i'nis';7;!ty  ?thaii7T?ten;7bbiiibs??we re? thrownvinto  ;Eriya'rifscj^i^  Avilhpeppl77T..?7.Theyv exploded'?vvitll:  f efrible'fbrce.? killing ? and injuring; a;  large number,of people.? 7? 7? :AiA. Ai  ,?7St?? Petersburg,. June. 728.��� The  terrorists;here? made'aii unsuccess-  ifulfittemptvlo ;,force7?lhe-ehtrance to.  the govern meat -.Tuiagaziiie -wherein-  ?wasvstored 7a largev.amountvdL.ex?  ��� plosives? '.'.".'7,  7'-:'���,-'��� -77'?? ^'7-  ?7?Norfblk,.:Viav*,?'Tjuiie :2S.���A?large  block of the^Beach section adjoining  'the Jamestown .exposition7 was destroyed by fire and . several large  hotels were.burned, Tcutailihg a.loss  of some iS30o,doo7 77??    .''���-:���'?.?7  ������'���'" . ,   !.'- :      , ?.       ���      *.;���-.��� ���'  ' , ?   .-'o  7 Toronto, June ���a.S,���The Rev. D.  M?C.oi.ilt;'nah,7a' former, pas tor of the  Baptist. ?ch u rch'r?7at??St.'~Catliefines?;  hasdieen "expelled from the uiiiiistry  forimuioritlconclucl'.  '��� 7  -   7  "Local arid General-News?  77 McDonald's. ;;Grocery?7.?'makes7:a  Sj?)edmltyr;bf7fresii eggsTTaiicLdnitler:  ?7Fresl.i?77Gabbage,:;fR.hii bard; ? Carrots, --?Par:inipSj<v.aiid??-See7d?7Polaloes  a't7Pnimah''s;?:-7?7T??77; .7,7;?.77' 'AAAi T???7'  "A 7 A lex 77 Sini t h ?vyas7; see'uvvvorkin g,'  it occured fast TfHirsdayTev-ening.??.:  ���:?:The7Rpyal.vIiptel?inv;Discover3-7is  .a'.7t.hiii'g.;of- th'ia^pasL-'i;??/:??^?'?;?^??^^  .7EH?.Queen left; oii?Tuescla3*'s boat  forConracl???? He intends closing his  busiiiess there''ahd?lhen7go7oi) to the  'Q^?A^vA:y'AV:AAvAA.AyA.'vv:yyy-vAAAvAAi-v  ?:7judge?7;.Yo;ung:;T expects ?Ab7leaye7  Mliii-;abb'uTtheT��th?pf JuiyToiiTcoiirt  busiuesS777 ?HeT7wili?beTawa)';? about  siX;,weeks?v?v7'Tv?7.;-?:7.7'7v-v7.?'T;T?:77.7'TTv7T;.'7.?  ? ;7Mrs:,;';Chns: Doelker ,;ahdv7Bertha  Dpel kerv;left7iast?7ptiesday Tfof. a ?\'isit:  to?;the7:Sbiird;7?cities??;Ghicagb?and  various-otherTplaces. 7 They?expect  toTbe avyav 7 two? of -three; mbntli's. ������ '������:���:.  7 Arrivals-per;Str? Scotia?  ?Juue;725.���-Mrs.?'; -A.,- 'R7 '.vAltman'; ���  AA JBl^Harrip-'FTjclias^^  :]\'Iiirphy,,?''I)f ;and.7Mrs.?E.?P?.F'ick,.?;  J?.7P;7;ehaiVinugy::?K??;.A?y:&  ;7\V???H?7 77Rad'ford?;7G7?;Dai l?7R-?7Ed-7?  ���strand,?7j.T-Stewart? vW.T?Aikeu,7F. ;-  fiatsavv?"?.;E?:Fattihg,??J: TtigwelL 7  j r iyiM iss ?ijv. S lier rjier.? ���% 7?? vv?????- ??7.':?.?  ??;June?,2Si.?^ivIrs.-7'HT .-Molyneaux/??;  'Miss.;V.TMoJyueatix??3!^iss^  If?"T,'7Ha mskaw??'Fi- ^Shields^AlrSvl1  & Reed?vM:i; 7C5;Oieed;,?TW?7a??Hed-:'  dle??Miss i D7?;Heddle?: J?i: FT/Breezeivv  ���WS?P?T^raiit|;?r7av^  ;Ii,anegaiL ??7f.vSteitz. Ay AAA A'A ������/>'???  ���7 School ;Bxamiriatidns.;  Masons Worship.  To, the  Managers  of St? Andrew's  ~ 7 Presbyterian. Cliurch, "Atliu.  ?  Gentlemen 7 '���'  Atlinld?Lodge, No. 4J? A. F. &  A. M., has instructed me to 'com-',  nninicale to yontheir hearty thanks  for the service-given last eveningon  the occasion of their first attendance  at divine service in a body.  The members were unanimous in  .their appreciation," and must have  receivedvfrou:-,..it.,,instruction, pleasure and good counsel.  The."Lodge, wishes also through  you, to tender their, thanks and appreciation to the choir, to Mrs.  Young and lo Mrs. Woods, for the  excellent music rendered on the  occasion. It is some lime since  such music has been heard in Atlin.  Yours sincerely,  C.  R.  BouKis'i-;,     .  (Secretary.'  Atlin, B. C, June 24, 1707.  ��� 1  nilj'    <gy     Q>���    1       11      1--  The present season is a record-  breaker for the vexatious, annoying  ubiquitous musquito.'*  v;7vBaker7y7.?Gallagh^i?7Ttriecl;7befbre;  ?Mfigislratevf,f;aser7^Callaghau;T[vy;as  fined?^207ahd77"costs,7 and??giyen?a  ;waruiugi;ip,77be??;mpre?l7caref\iljii?th  fiit'iife.'''7aud-7 not'-? beTtrailiiigdiis'-. coat  for TsomebodyTTtoTitreadvon the tail  .6fA-'iA.}'AA-::-yA'AV:A-AA'yA]'A:-Ay  ?'?.Giay.,v'; Queen.^-'fbis appeal froui  li is? H011.' Ju dge - You u g.ca ine * ti p fo r  hearing,at the last.sitting" ofthe full  courtT?at"Vaucbuyer..'���' 7 ft .was?dismissed on the ground ''that tlie .110-  ticevot appeal was: not filed in time,.  '.''- ;Tlie trustees of'St. Andrew's hos-  'pital clesire' to. gratefully ��� ackiiow-?  ledge the receipt of the following  donations, viz.: from .Messrs Dixon  ���&?Seli 11 lz the siim"-'. of. $5; and - from  A.7\V. Shields? ofTKayak, Alaska,^  .tlie?Sll.Ui. 0f-$25.v;7:v?':Tv7-7;?;7 7-7-vv - ;- -7  :? :At?a7nieetiug of the .license com-  lmssiohers, held : last ?Saturday in  Discovery,-, the'. casei:of complaint  lodged against the Balmoral Hotel  was considered. The board'decided to give the owners .three.months,  in, which'1 lo close out business.  Mr. Jules Eggert this week re-,  ceiveda wire, from his son Charles  who lias been studying medicine at  McGiil College, Montreal, informing him of the successful passing of  the final examination with honors.  Mr. Eggert junior' expects to pay a  visit to his  parents very shortly.  Mr. William-Morrison,, the genial  clerk at Mr. Frank Mobley's store  at Discovery, sprung a very great  sur|)iise on the community Friday  morning when he, took unto himself  a wife in the person of Miss A  Grant..', who has just arrived fra  the land 'o the heather. The ceremony was performed by the Rev.  A.M. Ross, and we feel sure we  voice the sentiments of every person  in the district when we wish the  young 'tins every possible' happiness and good fortune in their new  partnership. And Willie, my boy,  bring home, your clean-up every  Saturday night,, and may your only  trouble be little ones. '     '  7?7?77?7?7TPROMOTIONS.;77T7:77.;7? -yy'y  77-II 'PrimCrTt67' 'istvEeaderTT-OFrank:  J.-Hemiiug/v???'-'- A'^-Ai-iAA^A ;'A-v ^  ?-.;'7Fi??Readei7to^Ifi?Re.ader.^-Kalh?7  leen7F:?Haslett?;Glafeiice7R?:Eraser> T  THarr j7*D.-'.CostigaiUTvTvT-^v???'??-?'''1;?????-?;  7?;XII7Reader;tb;iV^  E7;Dpeiker,?MabelCTTTBeusoii? ?7?-?  7 7-:JiihibivTVTTtbT.SeiiiorTiVv'���-Eeon-7  iif d?D7;Haslett??G?T";Lo''all; Ff asen A A ���"  ????.? T7:koi,LS  01/''hONOUKT? A''AY A  v 7Proficiency.-;-G.?Ly all; Fraser.,?  :..-��� 7Dep6rtmeiit.-���KathleenT-F.? Has-  ?lett.??;7?;??,v7r??7?v???''?7'-?,' ;?'???;"''���  ���--���'7;-Regiilarity7?''aucl.v.7-'-Piiii'^tuality..-rr"..  Eeonard D. Haslett..'?T? ���'���?' ??,..'?  ���7?''v7-'?-'''-''?,?'r'?.i,RiZSS.'"?v':??7?..7?77. ���  ;.''..High School Class. 7 Most marked progress during, the' year.   Prize,  '.drawing- instruments,  presented by..  Gold;Commissioner Fraser.���Win-;  uer,?J.?'Allan Fraser.7-'.;. 7 ??;7?  ������'��� 'Prize for Improvement in.Draw-'  ing,   .presented   by. Mrs.',  Rosalind ,  .Watsoh7.-' Young,    A'l.   AT��� Winner  Maude H.'Haslett?"?:. ?. v;''^:- vv -7  '���'���-���" -?7:T   ���;  ".' " ."���������-�������-?     ?   " [:.\' "??;;.    -?'.'-  ?Gelebra.tiori at7 Discovery7  The. people ol7Discovery ���intend-  celebrating the First of July in prop-?  er style, by holding1 sports and  games, a baseball match aiid a tug  of war, ^winding up vvith a ball in  the   evening   at .the  Gold House.  F.mi and fro.lic? music and merriment will be the order of the clay.  Everybody is invited '"from.far and  near. Bring your own sandwiches  or eat in town, there will be plenty  of accommodation for man and  beast. ' '? '' '*��� :  ���   ,  The sports to start at 1 p. in.  Following is the prdgr'amnic':,  Putting 16-pound shot; throwing  56-poutid weight; standing broad  jump; hop, step and jump; boys'  bicycle race; running' long'jump;  ladies' bicycle race; 100-yard race;  100-yard boys' race, handicap; 'y��-  mile race, for indians; sack race;  wheelbarrow race; iudiaii women's  race; >4'-milc: race, whites; boys'  sack race; baseball match; tng-of-  vvar, and a grand ball. God Save  The King, and don't make any  other dates.  Lending library���books constantly arriving.���C. R. Bourne'sr  :":*:7w7..'l  ?77'7?;| atlin, b.. c,', Saturday; junk 29,  1907.  The Alliu Claim.  TIMS A I'l.IN CLA1A1 ir Ku.iLie1.ct3 i:vcny i��atu.iuay  MOHNINQ,       MAILED     .'IIEE    To' ftNV     PARI    OI'TMi:  wonLO ro.. cc. ccr.Tc pen month; ��g.oc, her  Yr.n. nnvcnTislMG fiate.-, -. ai.oo pen inch each  >nhw-ktioh ;(ncAOiriG notices. 2:. crn-ra a line.  f.PECI.M.   IIATCC    ON    APPI.ICA1 ION  .1015 S.'KINTINl! :  OILL'H CADU, POSTERS, VISITING   CAhUrf.  lETTcn.MEi.Q5, pnor.nA.vir.ics,     .-.Te, ETC.  OI.OEI.H   PP.OMPTLV    EXEC'JTEU.  PHIfir.S    MOOEPATE. ,  The Atjjis CijAim fuiii,isiiiNO Co., Ltd.  ChaHI.I'.S  L.  (Jtil.l.lN-,  LDlXOll-.M AN'ACiE.lt.  In General.  it has been brought to notice  that a portion of the fence surrounding "God's Acre" has boken down.  The result is that cattle and horses  have been tramping around and  over the graves of the departed.  Vvrc. feel sure that this matter will  be attended to as soon as the proper  autliorities are notified.  We have been   very fortunate in  not having  many  accidents ou the  lake.    Very few cases of upsetting,  ancl,   we  are  thankful  to say,  we  cannot  call  lo mind an instance of  drowning.     Yel,   scarcely a  week  goes by that  there are not miners,  prospectors,   fishermen   and others,  passing  to  ancl   fro  on   the   lake.  Supposing an accident did happen.  "What if a stiff breeze  was blowing  and an upset  occured in the middle  of the   lake.      Is there anything iu  the  shape  of a decent boat here to  put out to the rescue?     True, there  is a sail boat, moored at  one of the  wharves,   called   "the   government  boat,"    but   she   is   long   past   the  hey-day of her existence ancl is held  together   pretty    much    by    paint,  putty  and caulking.    He  ribs  are  rotten    and    her   planking  waterlogged, in addition she lets in water  as  freely  as a cprtupt  official will  take a bribe.     None  but  the most  foolhardy or desperate  would  risk  their lives  in  her in a gale of wind  or a bad, choppy sea.  What is wanted is a boat something alter the model of a Columbia  river fishing boat. That pattern of  a craft is a good sailer ancl is not  too heavy for rowing. It would  always be ready for emergency in  case of accident, ancl could also be  used as a police boat. There might  be other and urgent occasions when  it ���would lie pressed into service.  in that district  and  never meet one  another.    Pi'om   the boundary line  on the Stikiue  to  Telegraph Greek  is a.distance ol" over ioo miles  and  north ancl south   for this distance is  an unexplored  territory for mineral  for several  hundreds ol" miles,    lie  goes on lo say that  there is probably no other part of the globe where  goldj-silverpcopper, zinc and other  rarer   metals  so   abundantly   exist.  What applies to that country applies  also lO'lhis for  it is but 'next door'  to us.    Wc have the same limitless  area  of  mineralized country,   there  are  mountains  of  it.     If we could  get  going  but   one  good property  others would quickly and surely follow aud this camp will leap into life  and activity and   become famous as  a mining centre.   Aside from quartz  mining   there ,are  countless creeks  where ideal conditions exist for the  working of the  steam shovel  and  the monitor.  .INL Co WHEELING  Cirocenes and Provisions  Fresh Fruit and Vegetables  will arrive by   every boat. i  The: Iron Store,  First Street.  $HW4iw*&44&4&4r-**^  John    McLennan,   who  went to  Vancouver on the Priness May, had  the  officers,  crew   and  his   tellow  passengers  vieing   vvith each other  looking   after   his comfort ancl welfare.    There "was  nothing too good  for him.    At Vancouver his friends  did all   that was possible.     Arthur  Dick   took   him  over to Victoria to  consult   a   doctor   there,   but  little  satisfaction vvas  obtained, ancl John  decided   to go to Edinburgh where  lives a very  eminent eye specialist.  Dr.   Young   bestireel   himself   ancl  obtained a passage home also promising to do all in bis power to get a  substantial donation of inoney from  the   government   to   defray   other  expenses.  ��� <<s<���   . _  Piemier McBride has achieved a  notable victory in England vvith the  colonial secretary, vyhp announces  his intention of bringing in an  amendment to the British North  America Act readjusting the provincial subsidies.     The new scale laid  POOL   ROOM GOOD   STABLIIMC?  THE GOLD   HOUSE  ���     ���mmf '     '       ���������������       ���    'M���*'^**���*'������'^���������"���"WWIIWIW���WIIIHI   l�� ���������    ��� ���       !���  DISCOVERY, B. CO.  THE   DINING   ROOM   IS   UNDER   THE   SUPERVISION   OF  MRS. ROXBOROUGH.      GOOD SLEEPING ACCOMMODATION  ONLY THE BEST QUALITY OF'' GOODS USED AT THE BAR  BAKERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL.  JOHN ROKBOROUGH, PROPRIETOR.  oriDem Brewing Company, Ctd  Konkau Wawjrkcka, Manager.  Brewers  of Lager  Beerliauu  Porter*  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  ***>.***�����*  ?.9^.*��^*>*9*>#&��i**9&0i -.tP&P-i  ���-^���������pyp**^*-* *&*&��*!���  OPEN PAY AND NIGHT.  It is only a matter of time and  this district of ours will be to the  front as a mining camp. Not long  ago a man named J. Moore, who  has beeu engaged in mining in the  province lor over half a century,  visited the Stikiue and Dease countries, immediately to the south of  the Atlin district. Speaking of the.  extent of mineralized country he  remarked that 5,000 men could be  sint out  prospecting for five years  down for British Columbia at the  conference pf premiers in Ottawa  contained the words "final" ancl  "'unalterable1' which the Imperial  House says is contrary to the spirit  of the British constitution. Premier  'McBride now has a chance to re:  open the question at Ottawa ���vith  some show of success since in the  last provincial elections the ques:  lion of better terms vvas made one  ol the principal issues and contributed'largely to the result, thus proving to the Ottawa government that  this province was behind the premr  ier in his stand.  Press despatches ��� say that Premier McBride made an excellent impression in London ancl presented  his case convincingly. The Prein- j  ier s threat to carry his case to the  foot of the throne appears to have  been neither idle or futile in its  execution.���Saturday Sunset.   -��o<-- -  Tbe Bar is supplied  with   none   but  the   best brands of Liquors  ancl Cigars;.    Firstrclass Billiard and Pool Tables.  SC^:^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   '****4*M*?��**:4&4^  f  DIXON   &   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  FIRST   CLftSS   RESTAURANT   l^   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGAKS CASE HOODS A   SPECIALTY.  Corner Pearl a$d Firgt, Streets,  The: Atlin Market Oo, I/m  jbesh dressed meats  POULTRY OF ALL  KINDS,  Dressed to Order,  CHRIS.   DOEI^KER,   MANAGER, v.  '#���'��������  ATLIN,. B; C.��� S&XUIftDAV,.   JUNE: 2.9,'' 1:907;.  On Harry Orchard.  Toronto Saturday Night sums up  the case of Harry Orchard, the self-  conlessed murderer, iu a very con-  ci-se and satisfactory manner, lo our  way of thinking. ��� The following is  worthy of perusal: "Orchard, the  murderer over at Boise, City, has  got religion again. As a young  man iu a small village iii Ontario he  was as  religious  as-the'community  could    desire,    taught    a    Sunday  school  class,   ancl was  president of.  the branch of the Epworth League.  But, about 1S96 he   became a .backslider, and burned  down his cheese  factory to get..lhe.insurance.    Then  he eloped with another  man's wife,,  deserting  his  own   wife and child,'  .and   in a new  country   began murdering people for hire.    According  to his own story  he murdered-.eighteen people because   he was1 paid to  do it, and conscientiously persever-  ,ed in the face .of many discourage.-  .tnents in efforts to slay three or four  .other men.    This diligent assassin7  .only ceased  his  .work after  being  .arrested  red-handed   and   securely  cooped   ,tip   in   prison.      During a  year in his .cell he had time to-think  ���upon  his sinful .course,   held deep  self-communings, and recovered the  .religion he  lost  some  eleven years  .ago.    He is a changed, a,converted  man.    He says he   has   made   his  peace   with   lieavenj   also lie has  ruade  some  kind  of a dicker  with  ;the  police and gives  evidence .calculated  to  hang half a dozen o.ther  men   for   aliening  him in the .eighteen murders he  committed. . Per-  jhaps  he  had accomplices who-deserve  punishment;   perhaps he has  made  his peace with   heaven; but  -this   .ooldrblooded    monster,    vvho  (Could   take. off. his religion to burn  ,u cheese factory and put it'ou aga.in  when   he   found  himsell  in prison  With the blood  of. eighteen men on  his   hands,   will   surely   not have  made  his   peace  with  earth till he  |aas   been   thoroughly   well hanged  by the neck on   the  tallest gallows  ever erected in the state of Idaho,  If the story of this hired man-  butcher be true,- three every-day  citizens, Hay wood, Mover and-Pelt-bone, leaders in the Miners' Union,  sat down and coldly planned the  murder of men hostile to them,  pretty much as a group of generals  will plan operations during a war.  Instead of sending an army out to  battle thpy ��� sent forth this skulking slayer. One begins to see in it  something that justifies the prediction made by the widow of the murdered ex-governor of tke state, that  there has already begun a civil war  that will grow to disastrous proportions.  The weakness of the whole situation lies in this that in Idaho, Colorado and,Monla.ua there never has  been u full, and sufficient  assertion  of justice in law. ' The law itself is  lawless. The murderer often goes  free unless- shot down on the spot  or lynched next night.. If au  assassin goes lo trial he can put up  a legal fight, secure delay aud finally go free. There can be no  salc-ty except iu the absolute prohibition of killing, the disarming'of  lhe population, and the working-  out of a.system of justice that never  miscarries, never forgets a crime,  never forgives-a" criminal, and that  cannot be bought, bullied nor steered by. politicians.  ESgR*a.-^asaEss��i3BHi3iaaaaasK^^  THE ATLIN TRADING  neBBBasnmiHKiaB3r��''is,'j.'i>,.  There are some "misguided people  who . .have had the temerity and'  the audacity to poke fun at the city  of Victoria, B. C, saying that the  place vvas slow and ,thc people half  asleep. Just read the.following and  be persuaded otherwise: "Victoria,  B. C, has a peculiar municipal  franchise. Each person pa.y.ing a  two-dollar dog tax is eutitled to  yote.- Six enterprising .ladies voted  on the strength of a single dog.  0"e ingenious lady, unable .to get a  real dog in time .to qualify, took,  out a license for a..china dog on her  njaute.1.: piece."��� Glasgow Herald  and Weekly Dispatch.  .  __. �����**-���   -��� ��� ���  A little girl, with an enquiring  turn of mind, said to her Mother.  ���"Mamma, are there any men angels  in heaven?'.' "Yes, dearie," was  the reply, "but why do you ask?"  "Well, I never saw any pictures of  angels vvith whiskers on." "No,  my little one, you see the men who,  get lo.heaven do so by a very close'  shave."  S  It tyay be that the unsung songs  are sweetest. Those who have  heard some of the . attempts around  Atlin will fully agr.ee.  N .VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION ���  It has been"decided, at a-meeting of the  hareholders of the Atlin Trading Company; Limited, held on Tuesday afternoon^  June 4th, 1907, to wind up the affairs of  tlie-company. ,  The entire stock, etc., will  be sold, en  block .ox otherwise, without regard to cost,  e  y  ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO   THE ABOVE COMPANY ARE-  REQUESTED   TO   .CALL   AND   SETTLE   WITHOUT   DELAY..  JL. S. CROSS,   LTQXIIDA.TOR.  IRON  PIPING,   STEEL   AND   BAR IRON,  DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,  -GASOLINE.  STEEL SHINGLES and CORRUGATED IRON.  Lowney's    Chocolates     arriving  constantly lit C. R. Bourne's.  NOTICE .  ' Take Notice that I, A. McDonald shall apply to the Board of  Licence Commissioners, of the Atlin  Licence District, at the ��ext_regular  meeting on June 13, 1907, for the  transfer of my hotel licence for the  Wyntou Hotel, Wyntou, B. C, to  W. H. Simpson, ol Wyntou, B. C.  Signed *���  A,  R, Mc;Doxalo,  Atlin, B. C, June 6th, 1907.  WOW  TO  .SlvCUIUM-IKLl',  Farmers, contractors, manufacturers, ipid all employers of labor  desiring married or single men, will  do well to apply at once to Major  C, W. Creighton, Salvation Army  Immigration Department, 439 Harris Street, Vancouver, B. C, or  Rupert Street, Winnipeg, Mail.  Blank application forms .will be  supplied and each application will  receive'careful attention, No men  will be sent unless applied for in the  above manner.  Sto-u-ks -jn ��� Atlin a.ni.> Discovery.  E..BRGWN-& CO.  Successors to .J. H. Richardson.  LATEST STYLES IN GENTS FURNISHINGS  DRY GOODS, CARPETS,  HOUSE FURNISHINGS,  GOLD SEAL HIP GUM BOOTS AND. SHOES,  FULL LINE OF MINERS GLOVES AND MITTS.  StORRS AT'ATJjIX AND 1 >1S0.'< >YKKY.  Why send oux'wiikn vou can uet hoods as ciikai* hiuh:.-'  Atlin, Nugget and   Grape   Rings "nil nil kinds of Jewelry nmn.-  fuctured on tlio premise:!.  Ifino  Now  Stock of   Watches,   Clocks,  Jewelry   unJ   Diamonds  Wutehes from $5.00 up.     ? Auents for Columbia Graiiiopliunes.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons.  JUIES WiERT & SON, atus am. mscovi-KY,  Safety Deposit Vaults      Watchmakers andvManufacturin^. Jcv.c?.,.  mmmmmmam '.-. ■•*>:
;ATI;IN; 7 B???G-t? ?SAT.URDAY,.y J1}NE?;2.97 1907;'
:■? ■Siji'U'ce'' Greek TMirirmurings."
' •?,.Vll-T llie  clmii{>s 011 rllii: creek are'
now7.Win iced ■ iip,T.lhe la«i?fo liiii.sli
baiiig-l'ick.v McDonald and   Per kin-'
son, who; al lii o "lliey'iirc not advertising ? the '??exact anion iit?obtaiued!
.?fbr?the winter's? wo.rk? we have.:no,.
■ hesitation?In  sayingTthey did ?ex-
iceeedingly well? ?. 7 Silence? is7 s.oine-
.'•tiin.es '■m ore, expressive .than Words?'
While;''out 7.1tjoking7 (or kindling
-last ? "■■■Sunday-? -iiiorni 11 g Jack Pres-
7 Colt., picked upf a 7nugget? just; a
.small7••.one, vilweighed  .fifty-seven
ounces. ?. The 'sum 1.1 ,bu i'ic.h". of "gold;
and cjuartz? nuist ThaveTbecn?'kicked
■■abpiit by passers-by7 fbrTseveralvsea'-T
soiis as if Was close .to  the, footpath?
.on'Tau.7old.tailings?pile. A^AA'A..iAi'.
Not only'are   the.niiners.oh tlie
•-'  '    .. A-.   , ,.;     -'V?,..
creek?glad" to. 7see: 'Big Jack'?Perk-'
inson among ?us again? after avveek
in vt lie", hospital ' suffering fV6iu,r'lieu-?.
uiatisuT? but inaiiy??a7stray7 canine"
wags ''liis* .taira't.-.the. re-appearance Tof
the?man 'who   runs -tlie  free funch
vv.   v.'-'.    V?t..-..y   v? ":...■ ."  '   ■:■■!::..   v.'.'-?-    ?V
cduuier..''..i-.?.;.'?;..,;??.7:7?7v?7tT,.'.T '.. 7
YAAA}"^^A^k^A- -y'JA
'■ '''■■'■'. ,,,?-■ ',;':.'   7in: tiik. ?'V'7 ■   '•'":■:". '''■■''
McKee 7 iiydraislic   Consolidated
',■■.;. r7tMi'r!-:!)„(:oMPANV, 017 ati.in.; ;* v.
:..'■-':'-Vi, At ii very .low. price.  'Address:,'-. ,?
Geriiv Popper, Greenville,; 7.7'.? 7 '
."7,,-;,     77-??'-v? ATexas, U.S. A.?
Hampton   &.Durie, Proprietors.
■"■'. ■■?■?    -'A ■ Discovery..?';'?:? -a A?
?  Under Kiit "irt-i.y Ne'w'.'.Vltiiiiiitoiiu!tit.■■.■•■:■..
?;■ ",'-.' liuiiiliiu'iirturs for; Dixon's stntrb.
?   Sh flier land," 'Williamsbh? and HaC-
ke;i 7 have?: starteddrifting,      ft is.
'?'7'7'a?7'f.7& A'7'h/i.??'.?
7 Nr>?-12, 6vi:?n; c.: ?
KotfiiUir   oommtinicu-
lioiis 11 o111  on; tho'.'lii'st
'J.'litirsiliiy.of caeli mouth in  the A. O. U...W.
Hull,Third.Street.v '" ■'"'?   '?,? ; 7  ■   7'7   :  7,7
vYi'si tin's? brethren cordially invited.   ■■1,'ii^-
■'. 'Tlie next rtii^iili.,1* fjoiiiniiiiiieiitiotr will, bo
held on Thiir-Sfliiy, 'July .Itli, tit 7.811 p.m. .
.■■n^oriier^tTtlie^vyTTM. ??; '■??■;?■;   7? ?,?;,7';:■■.'. -
7?7C. Ti.■■'1-i.dUI'N-l*'. Seokistabv??
■hoped they Tniay? Strike it ricli?'? ??7: -1 4^'^  ;;' ^1^ '    ??B A:RBER? S7ETOP?
7'■'""'Mrs.Hinchcliffe   vvas.'up oif'the 7
'■  '■■"•.'?" ■'   ■ '.■'■    '1   '■'•■'•■"■    "V?   '.'.'"'    '? ■'■    •'    :  -j?
■creel: last, Wedhesday selling tickets; ■;
for theTraffie of .her Taku propert\7j
J. V\???l''!rIOi\n,S(3N'77\lANA:GKR.
7;B ATif 3 ^FfFT Y;: CENTS ??
Tickets went like hot cakeS: every-?!
one? seemingly? being' content toq hit
jniiiingTaud:calch.fislrfqr'a living??:
! Pi'ivnle; E:i:.:*:iVu:u.,for..Ij'utlins.'
George.Daih'of Carcross?'one of   ?%^^&^^g^^^^^^
'the' pi'on'eersT'Ol" this northern   conn- ' ""
try, came iif lo Atliu' -on a pleasure
jaunt  last-Tuesday.   -Mr. Dai'l lias
"-.large?mining ihlerestsTahd"' was.one.
of the partners.in the Dail-Fleming
property, recently sold tpthe Anglo-
American Mining. Co., 7cf Seattle.
Tlie purchase price vvas.big enough
?to n'iake?the sellers? independent.for
v the balance--of"their--days?'--au.d  then
some.'*' ■■?..        7 . 77.
; The Otter Hydraulic Company,
J. E. Moran, manager; had a very
sa'iisfac.torj*;:.cleau-upfast .week. In
the  clean-up :■ was a very handsome,
..nugget weighing very.'nearly..thirty
ounces. This '•company -is working,
its,ground in a quiet, ancf business-'
.like inauner, • recovering the gold at-
the minimum expense,-without any
frills or fuss. It. is pleasing, to-.note
tliey are meeting, with a lair meas-
sure of success.   -...-
I.,. V>. Harris came in oirTuesday
last. He has been .'.wintering on tlie
Sound.. While outside he interested capital lo prospect the leases
owned, by him. on Gold Run above
tlie 1!. ,A. D. Company's ground.
Mr. Harris brought in a coniplelc:
drilling outfit vvith liiih and intends
to proceed at once.to asceriain the
depth of the dirt lo bedrock and the
average values.
Syr.ojisis'p? Canadian Homestead  Retjiilntions.
■". A i'.Y iiviiilablo .bominion l.auil.s within
_XT^_. the Knilwtiy Helt in Hritisli Coltimbin.
niriy lie homester.fleil l.y tiny person who'is
(■lie soli- injfifl of a faniily,'gi* uiiy iniilo over 18
yein-s gi-aye, to the.: extent of onb-fiiiartci-
soetiaii of WO iicres more or less.1:? .7     ;
Entry must he uuule personally at tlio loeiil
land olliue i'oi* the tl.istr-i'ct iii wliieli the; lniiil
is situate..   . 7
The iiomestc.'itler is reiiuiretlto perform
the ufiiiflitiuiis'' ooiuieiitoil therewith iinilei*
one of tlt.i; fnllfiwiti*;- plans:
7 (J) At least si.x months' rcsifle'iiee ripori and
ciiltiviition of tlielnnil iucii'oli year for three
years.'?     7    ? . , .   v ; "''■ .
(i) K the fai her (or iiiother, i f tho father is
ilecouseil) of the hoiuestea.ter resiilesupon is
fiirm in the vicinity of the liuid'eiitcrcd for,
the t-oijuireiueiils as to residonuc maj- be
sntislle.fl by such person residing, VVitli the
father.or mother.
.(:') If-'the? settler has . his permaneiit. rcsi-
denee upon fnvming- liind owned by him in
the vicinity of liishoine.steati, the reciuire-
monls as to residence may be satisfied by
resilience upon the suitl land.    ,   .
Six months' notice iii writing' should be
tciven to thoComruissiohcr of Dominion I'juiuls
Uu.Oltti\vi> of intention to apply for patent.
Conl iaiiils may bo purchased at, $10 per acre
for soft coal and 820for anthracite. Kotmore
than i',20 acres can bo iictiuirod by one individual or .cbnijitiny. t'oyalty at the rate of
ten cents per Toil of 2,001) pounds shall be collected on tlie .trross output.
W. W. (JOliY,?' .
.Dnpiity of the jlinister of tho Interior
K.H.--IJiuitil horizei! piibliealion f.f this tifl-
vei-ti.sciisiuit will not be paid for. jyUl-Oni
U'*#/f-X.*!.'.- ■' *'}!--s^lV!•.\,
In the County Court of Atlfn
I.OI,OI-:>." A'l? ATI.IN.
The next regular sittings of the
*'!i;.ve Conn will be held at the
Court House, Atlin. IJ. C, on the
6th day ol -\ugu.st, 1907, at lhe
h..nr o! eleven o'clock ia the forenoon.
H.  Young,
,     Registrar.
A'"ii, 13. C, June iStii,  1907.
The-undersigned having been restored 10 'health by simple means,
after sufteriug for several years with
a .severe lung affection, and that
dread disease Go'NSUJii'TiON, is
anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure.
To those vvho desire it, he will
cheerfully send (free of charge) a
cony of the prescription used, which
l-hey will find a cure for CoN.'iU.ur-
TtoN, Asthma, Cataruh, Pkon-
ciutls and all throat auditing
Malaoii*:-;. He hopes all sufferers
wi'u ;ry his iemcdy, as it is invaluable. -Those desiring the prescription, which will cost them nothing,
and may prove a blessing, will
please address
ivV?,v. Edward A. Wiison,
Brooklyn, N.Y.
niscqvKKY,  n. c.
GOOD CbKA.N" KOOMS   ■'*■•■■
,'0'NL;V   Till*;   MHST.GOOIJS'■■."'.■"
Sette rlieads 77 ?x 77^
77?  ? ??7We^
-7,?'  ?       pads left; ' -The only
?;777?   ?. Letter??Paper  to use?
? 7 v/he hi :y ofi "■■ a re writ-?
■ v • ing to-your friends in;
?????????.,??'the.East'? ;'?:?,7^ AyY:.AA-
To be had at TM?G!aim oflice.
Canadian ??Eaci:^
77?v'7T 'ia-~AA;)A'AAA&AaAA-.l'
ii A Sailing- rromSkagway 8p.m.. :?7??7 ;??T
TDifect7?'tb7Vaiicoiivef7 and? Yictbria?!77:7 7v.T7;?77
Traii'sportiiipf by rtiilbt'7stetimorvto.Seattlf'7v.'itlioiit? extra charge [2
We give quick servico.     No intermediate calls.
Ace ii t, Skiig w'ri y. 7
:ck seryico.    Ko ititerniefliatc calls.        j TT     T~? ??: T?l   '   '    ?7?
For rates or in formatioiiii ppl.v to''?"..:;:JZjL;'7:"JDi'7V'J?y7nij.nj,:
Placing before tlie
tlie  many Ikdvaiitages. of :
the district is the ohi'eGt?of
,*=S™I5?   a   "S   «• ' SJ3^? ffi ''*•"■  ,    'v.    *] A
■ ■'rl'ttl If;! "v f^l'^ Iftl'
This cannot be success- ?
'Rilly acGomplished with-
"?'.    out the generous support of
the  business   peopl   and
the residents.


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