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 fS-v-  ..    V   . ���  ' -I-  *1  n,  it.  ���-���<-,. -'.-,- 'V  $ '"'[ WOt. - 3-  w:*Wn��.  ..ATLIN,, Br'G, SATURDAY; JUNE '30;' 1900.  NO. 62.  ft  N  '3  i  is**.  F. JE*feflcFeely and Co.  Dl-AUiKS   IN  Paints,  Oils,   Varnishes,  AAzA:A^:^A:-A^ ... Builders' Hardware,  Sash and. Doors, a �� ~r  ~   ,      Tinware, Graniteware, Crockery  'All kiiids of Tinsmith'".work ."done. , ' i ���;''    7"*.   '-.'-" ,;(  .   Corner of Firsthand Pearl Street.'  * - **.->        > / - '  .  '    I  BLACKSMITH'S  GOAL.  __ *    r*j'���ifl;'"w*j   -t    |"'���",i"r���:,',>'< *.*:cii-,J ..<  Doyoti want  A good .suit of clothes,' a"hat  or, a pair of shoes, of anything "iff \   *  Dry goods or ��roceri^  f��i.  ��r   r  ���*" -5. A, ��i,    f, ^ ���'  '?  PATENT MEDI CTNES OR STATIONERY?  The largest stock, best selection at reasonable prices at      I  jron,store,"   f .  FIRST ST.VATLIN.  t..'i/i ~,,  BLACKETT & CO.  THE SUNRISE  SYNDICATE  -*.-r  Perfecting Arrangements   to  Take  "''"���* ,  "���   Over 60' Claims on Upper Willow  ">   �����'=>���    . 7-      .'-" ".  ..:    .; ' ;  Creek.-  An arrangement is under'way by  which  a combination of claim.own-  ers, representing over 6o*claitnsw0.1^  upper  Willow' creek,*'-'make  over*  theirs properties     lo     the   Sunrise  Gificb? H vdraulicf Co:', for" thei~coiTr  7 - ' ".'A  sideration  qf 20  per  cent ��� of the  -.'gross returns.; The? .corn panv un-  def takes" everything 'in*' the*wa}- of  work and expense,-the combination  simply taking the percentage. This  ���1 -"arrangement-.".should be a"profitable  oue,for,all" parties,;.as the ground,  whilst well situated for hydraulic-  ing, would be father a hard proposition for ordinary ..manual working.  'V' *      *���      **-     -*>  WE;ARE.NINE.  -��� Mr. James Stables, .-^he  Gdvern-  ment candidate in Cassiar, has been  elected by a  majority  of  17 ��� over  > - Capt. 'John  Irving.-     There, were  two places to hear  from,   Hazelton  and Deas Lake,, but  even   if their  combined   vote  had   gone, against  ??Mr. Stables, he would still have de-  * vfeated the popular-ex-commodore of  the C. -P. -N. Co.   , By "an   unforlu-  .nate   ,error,   however,    the   boxes  ;r,\vere   not' recaived,   so ro  returns  - '.-..(..will be  available.    The  statement    _.ment   published ' 111    a   Vancouver  "J. i,;ievefiing-paper that'/Mr.*, Stables  is  ���-' '-"-"'ari "--anti-Martnuter' "is-' absolutely  -   wrong, and  was  probably   printed  for eastern consumption.  v.n ! '."} -'Mr.,,' Martin,has nbuStroriger stip-  ..porter,, iu   the Province than   Mr.  Stables, and it was as such' that he  swept Cassiar.    Moreover," he is au  able man and excellent speaker, and  will  give a good accountVif himself  in the new Legislature. /This brings  .-���Mr. Maitin's forces up to nine,* the  '    ' largest individual following  in" the  assembly.     And   there   are  others)  of at least three -'of tlie* members-  elect, who-strongly 'incline to (he  only possible leader in the' House.  We predict that before the session is  half'over-'the' majority supporting  the present Government.will b'e^cut'  dovvu-to'a*considerable extent...'-"  Mr? Martin and his party are* by'  mo means'dead; indeed, they are the  liveliest faction iu Provincial-'politics, to-day ;-wheu-the -House - meets'  they will'exert a veV)' -powerful1 influence.���Vancouver 'World,* Juiie  2 ist.'1'"-       '.;-*���"''  THE WORLD IN BRIEF.  FOOTBALL.ORGANIZATION,  I    . J* . . .    u     *-    I -.,       *        *',.,',���,  A/meeting for the purpose ofior-  gazing~a"football club was held ii.  Pine oh the 21st, and resulted .in  the election of the following officers:  President, C.-W. D.* Clifford, M. *P.  P.;* Vice-Presidents, -"��� Messrs. Letherdale? )Stables7 Rose, Hayes, and  Taylor; Club- Captain. W., Owen:  Vice-Captain, Jas..Dick; Secretary-  Treasurer, 'C R: Bourne. General  Committee, Messrs. ,Oweu,, Dick,  Bourne, Hoops'and'Mulligan. 'The  club is .to-be known as the Discovery Association Football Club, and  it was decided to, wear black s hirts.  The ground is being mu:h inir  proved by the committee and flags  and proper posts will - be ready for  the first match to-dav.  From, the .annual report of'the  Minister of Mines for B. C. a copy  of which was received at this  office last week, we find that among placer specimens sent to the  Paris exhibition, Atlia is not unrepresented. The following appears:  No. 84���Atlin, from Otter Creek  (at Canyon), gold nugget; weight,  19 o'/s.: value, $250. No.-85���Atliu, from Otter Creek"'(at'Canyon)  gold-nugget;* .weight,. 1.42 ozs.;  value, $25.' 'No. 86���Atlin, from  Spruce Creek (No. 90 below), gold ^interrupted  from ledge; weight'1.34 ozs.: value,  #22., o.     ��� ��� ,.     -  - 'In'Iridia' the famine still conti-  nues. 'No less then 5,802,000'are  receiving relief from the "government." The deaths from bubonic  plague to* date amount to the ap-  palling number "of 2597685. What  with famine,'"'plague, smallpox and  cholera, the' situation is a terrible  one and baffles palliation.  The Republicans  of the   United  . ^   *���       r* t  *  States have   nominated   Wm.   Mc-  Kiiiley and Theodore . Roosevelt - tor  the Presidential team.  ��.-',"���    <���.     -       .   1.        .    ���,  .   Canada won first prize for timber  at the Paris exposition.      ,   .        - '  ���7 Gen. -Count   Muravieff,. Russian  Minister of Foreign-Affairs,,isrdead.  Sir'Henri Joly.de Lotbiniere has  accepted    the ' Lieut?-Governorship  of* British Columbia.  .   -   '.iii      ' "ri -.���*,'���  Ten-thousand'men   of   Buller's  ' .,,'.-.-." i'  -; .  force are reported ordered to China  for immediate service.  Gippsland, - New- South Wales.  has?been\visited .-by" heavy floods.  Timely rains have'v fallen all oyer  the colony; of -Victoria-and ,the' harvest prospects show--.better^,than, at  anytime for tkedast.-teu-years.' ,.;  ''��� Ten thousand "of the Chinese.Im-  ,'perial-troops.sent-to operate against,  the ' Boxers,, -turned , around' and  joined.them.     ;*.-:,;",-'       -. ���   -   -  The jvpte at Port Simpson was a  very small one. * Clifford 12, Irving  io." Stables-1.7 .--..���,'  1  / A-collision'between an express  train ��� and , a train filled :with people  bound for* the Windsor; races, occurred at Slough,- Eng., ou the 16th.  Six pel sons were killed and 61 injured. Amongst.-the latter was  Mrs., -Bernard Beere, the . famous  actress.,    .       ,     .,-..,.. -  ��� The relief* expedition iu Ashanti  is ' meeting with- fierce, resistance.  The Governor, Sir.*, Francis Hodgson, is still safe and intact in Koo-  niassie.  "Mrs. W. E. Gladslone.died on the  14th inst. j  1 The R". M. S. Warrimoo brings  advices of the further spread of the  bubonic plague in Australia.  - Premier Schreiner of Cape Colony has resigned and Sir John Gor-  don-Sprigge will probably form a  cabinet.  - The Canadian irregulars receive  high praise -on all sides for their  good work in South Africa.  It is alleged that the legations at  Peking have been burned and the  German Minister murdered. The  Boxers  .over Captain" Irving. By some adventitious circumstance the ballot  boxes did not icach   Hazleton   and  f 1  Deas Lake in time for election day,  and these localities' will be disfranchised, unless, which is'quite probable, a new election may be ordered.  The same applies to' Racine's mill,  on Taku'Lake, where some 13 voters were disfranchised, through the  inability of the returning oJ-lcer,  'Mr. Patrick, to reach them in time.  So far as heard- from the coast  polling 'booths, Bella 'Coola' gave  Clifford"25? Stables '2*3, Irving '2 and  Godfre}'- 1." The combined votes  cast at River's Inlet, Bella'Coola,  The .Narrows and , Port' Simpson,  gave Irving 4 majority over Stables.  Mr. Godfrey only polled four votes  in these four stations, but it is  "satisfactory to know'that, thanks to^  his Atlin majority, Alec saved his  ante."  WHITE HORSE NEWS.  1  Bennett Sun, June 23.  The North Star "Athletic club  has been formed, of which Mr.  Lowe is the president, "ft is the  intention o'f the club lb put up a  building to"be used as a gymnasium  aiid' reading room. A concert will  be given on Dominion Day, 'July ist,  'at the Grand Hall, proceeds of which  "will be used for this purpose.  'The tents" whiclf have heretofore  been a picturesque feature 'of the  town are being rapidly replaced  on the front streets by substantial  wooden structures.  All the boats in port carried their  flags at half mast on the occasion of  funeral of Mr. Robert Hall. Mr.  Copeland,"who conducted the services? paid a fitting tribute to the  memory of the deceased.  A board of trade has beeu formed  to advance the commercial, educational and other interests , of White  Horse, of which Mr. Norman Mac-  1 -  aiilay has been elected president.  A movement is now on font to  establish a public school, a recent  canvas of the town showing 19  children between the ages of 5 and  13 years.  After divine services Wednesday  night, a congregation, to be known  as the Yukon Presbyterian chinch  of White Horse, was organized. A  general committee, composed of a  large number of influential business  men wa.s appointed, with Mr. Lavas secretary-treasurer. A committee vvas appointed to secure a  church site, also a financial committee   lo   solicit  subscriptions   for  have been making bonfires J the erection of a suitable   building,  in Tien Tsin.    The relief column is  After   returning a vote of thanks to  1 Mr. Copeland for efficient  services  m   a tight place, and altogether the, ���    tj]e  situation in China is about as grave  , - *     .     '      .  as it can be.    Communications   are  past,  dismissed.  the congregation   was  who are ready 'to-ae'eept ' Mr.   Mar-     sMr. P.'Bromley, M.I., Mech. E.,  ..:...,. 1^ 1 i.:_     it- j.'J'lr      _r^i'     -nt-..' i c ,1: *_   :..  7���<.  tin's leadership.   We must nof men  tion   names Just, now,-Jrtit we kwow  of the Nimrod Syndicate, is expected in the -incoming week.  CLIFFORD AND STABLES.  By latest advices from the coast,  there seems no room left for doubt  as to the election of Mr. James  Stables "by a plurality-of 17   volei  The telegiaph construction party  moved on Wednesday to a new  camp. They are now 140 miles  from Atliu and raport everything  progressing well and smoothly, but  admit they have terriole tinier vvi:h.  the rucscjiii,t.oes.   ii!�� H'i *" f\ty^~^tmu>fnm^m'mmn*n^iif.*m  *..-.<<i,v^w.uj^j;*^;;��,r.'W^^  im&m^3!Zszm^^^&& .q-irfs^-fA. .^ W-J *  liic^itj-Isa ^ ^=l^_-n.f i  l,Atu hyo-l-V-THV^I"  M  Al'KfiSF,. SI- <��.y -M^J^A^',, JBBRB_ 3��  , te��� *-. ���'.."  - 'in ir i hi hiiiiiii���iii i  mr-m  The   Atlin Claim?  Jrd^Hih'ocI   -Very'   Saturday   mdrn'rie" l>.v  tb��* jIt-liit faxTu' Pu��liuh' va Co.-  Ojlfctt'if publication:",  &W<6��i"��V between Trainor arid Peiirl Street's.  Advertising rates rande kndwn Ou upplica*-  Th* ���ub��oi*iptl6n price ii $1 a year par-'  ���fible !��� adVanoe.' N6 paper will be delivered'  ij/Aje-i theeo ��$|j^Ulenvm!��&rfn��jili'eil with.  re*pre&entat_6n' i/a^.  t       '���        ���    -.    -. ...   ,    .1  '-  .:      V.    .'. ..'    ,  In   response  to  many,   enjjpsjnes  from' Pine and elsewhere'as to .which1 U  *.   ' . _ ' '     ���    '  fe tb'e'true representation day  ihi&  1 year',   we  will  say   that? we'   ha vie?  inade enquiries at  the' Gold Com'  mis'sionef's office,-  but,*  in tlfe' ab-i  sence of Mr. Gf ah'arri, the1 other officials decline' to' express* a -formal  'Opinion.    However',* a's' the Mrst of  Julj" falls on'- a Sunday,-   that- day  floes not   count.  \Monday/l.ind-  6f  Jul}**,' does not count either? being.' a  legal  holiday,, ���o'wiiig to Dominio'n  Day falling on Sunday.   Thef'efdre',  Tuesday,   the 3rd off July',* is* rieces-  ��aril}" the true' representation   day.  Although   we wo'uld  advise' no  Sue to" act on   our opinion,* yet we  are certain that  any  claim's' fe'pfe-  -Senlea? before midnight o'ri Thftfs-  flay could be legall}*- held,* as the' 72  hours'   grace' is  operative  in  this  ���ase as in ah y-other.*  gation. ,Finally, permission1 "^as  granted to' allow of their being  worked. The total gold* won'* was  between fourteen aud fifteen* thousand dollars, at a cost- of 6ight  thousand. The' law fees' iv &6ti-  nection with the case were' only  twenty-five thousand. Query ���  Where did the profit come- iu?  Now that the' Boer war appears  reaching its termination',, t-fie- scene  suddenly changes, and', presto,,  the  , j eve^f the' world are on' China.- 'the  * partitioning of the   Flowery' Land  is in. pr$e$<?;   Russia,- with Britain's  hands .temporarily  tied,   will reach  out  for ftlfe"1 lfoVi'si   Sha're'.*   Japlan,  hpwetfer, will*l$:epiher  busy  until  John Bull is^ready.-i and  then  will  probably coiner' albotit the greatest  wrar in history'^ involving many ria-  tjons.    We are on tlie brifilB'&f-stir-  i"  ring , times,1' and  the new' e'eiitiiiV  j *>VWVVWVW��<*VVVX^/WV*n  j| G,' CKtRiSTOPHElR.;. '  "President.-  ������vvvwy*vvs/vvvvi"****^'WW**��  A. C. HIRSCHFELD,  Secretary'.  At Hit Abstract Company;  LIMITED.  tfE'AD OFFICE,  Atlin, B. C  ���$ea'fcfre��Maimerindi Abstracts of Title to,Mineral, Hydraulic  / audi ^Pl&eeif. Claims'* Furnished'*.-    Correspondence solicited.  will  open   with* "peace  ctor earthy  good will to men,''*  as  fat off ap-  ue'arly nineteen centuries ago? '  1-  Aniong the various evils  which  Innocent childhood has 16 .suffer" is  the hieasle;*... ,-In Etifdp�� the disease"  ���l *���    \        * - -.        .-'-*���*  ���is sd-'i^evalenfy   that  ho ' ydtingsfer"  is  accounted   to   have a   decently  nfrii grip oh life until hei of she has.  ���safely passed the measles' stag"e?' So  Ivith   every    Mining   c^mjJ '\vhifch  ihows promise of a   future.    It 111-  Vafiably has td undergo its  infantile attacks of litigatiori, ivhieh is to  its existence   what ihe riieasies i�� to  that of the  child-    Safely   thfdugb  this stage,.a reasonable, expectation  bf reaching maturity is justified  in.  both cases.    After tbe severe iitigi-  8us attack of last year, we! were  in  liopes that the danger was past, but  there still remains enough   of it in  bur    midst to  forbid Atlifi   being  fcpiite put on   the convalescent list.  judging by" past experiences  in.  faiany other camps,   this  sss'ems  tp  be the normal state pf" things* .and  ���however" tin-.-feasant  and  detrimental to the interests of?all,   it  must,  iike the  aforesaid  measles,   be en-  'dured as one bf the inevitables.  Meantime, much good capital is  being scared away, and Such  will continue to be the case  ���until investors can be assured that  'their purchases are boha fide and  clear bf lawsuit entanglement*.  It is  hard   indeed  to suggest a  "cure for the disease-.    There are al-  \vays    'two    parties    necessary    to  a     suit,       and     each;    is     dead  tfertaiu   he   is    right,    aiid    that  'the  other  fellow is an unprincipled  Vfca'm'p.    The-. proverbial' law's 'de-  .^a'ys are also   aggravating  features  .bf -t'hes-4  cases, and to the 'ordinary  ���Wym'a'n,   it( does  really  seem that  ' "inrich \t luabl*  time, is  wasted  in  ���t-his direction, but doubtless  this is  ^hly in -appearance.,,  W-hilst not expecting-'every 'one  tfo .'give tip 'their just rights, or  Xvhat :see'ms--so to'them, yet a leaning -towards -'arbitration Would be a  Wfos't ;desir-a."ble fea-tufe? :and iaiso,"  I^rha'ps -'a most ������ ���ec'ofrom5c'al b'n'e.  XX'e -know bf som6 ffver benches 'in  S^Ai-thern -Britis:h Columbia wb-ich  Wi% -"smftle Wfe ^bj"���!eit bf 4abt fit-f-i  Sir -Wilfrid Laurier iutroduiC'd a  bill to restrict Chines��| immigration  in the House on the 14th inst. ..The  bill provides .for the raising- of the  poll-tax  from $50 per'head to $ loo  per head.-  ^^^.^��� ? -i���-.-- -, ��� .  "      OUR CEMETERY,    -  Editor Claim;    - '/���  ��� Sit,���=*As far sis * I ean itfar'tl no  one seems to have taken the initia-  .tive in, acting vupod your sensible  suggestion ef having ai fence put.  arptind out lonely and' ��� neglected  burying ground on the Discovery-  road. Whilst passing it on . the'  stage ,a few days ago, the Splace w,as  pointed out to some visitors, .and.  the remarks they made caused my  ears to thigle with shame. * Are >ve  a Christian community or |iot? Are  wc so poor oi? so engrossed in the  pursuit of Mammon that" we cannot  afford money or. time to 'see our  dead treated with  thev barest Com-  mon decency;    If the chiirches-will  *   *  not move in thd  matter, I, for one,  will volunteer a dayVlabor to help  enclosing the graveyard. Why not  have a cemetery Sunday? Call for  volunteers t?p go\omf on some Sunday soon, armed faith axes. 'Small  timber is plentiful, and a fence en  closing the grounds can be put up  iu a few hours. Let the volunteers  send their names to The Claim office, and a day be appointed for the  good work* Sunday will be an  eminently proper day for such a  pious deed. No one can have any.  conscientious scruples-, s-s we are  enjoined to "work as well as pray,"  also,; "by their deeds shall you  know them."  Now  for volunteers.    Enclosing  my name as member one,  I am, etc.  HuMAKtTAklAN,  THE GRAND  HOTEL  , *    * 1 ... ,  FIS6ST KQVtPVZV HOTEL 1N.THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS MANNER.   ;,,;  French Restaurant In Connection _,   ,  Ritte &. Hastie, Proprietors?   David Hast'ik, Manag'br.  t  Corner of First and Discovery Streets, 5"'  asked permission to ask the   pupils  fi-feW questions,.    She chose as her  ��T      '.* \      '.     "T" ~".  ~r, [topic theTWar in Africa,  and. asked  parently as when it was enunciated'i^Ti!--.,,  .   ,      -    .. . :��?*.  "^ "why  the Eng;!!"  _���������  Canadian Bank.  ...of Commerce  1  Corner Second and Pearl Streets.  Gotr> Assayed, i /  Purchased or Taken on  Consignment.      ���',���   ���  Exchange sold on all the* princi  pal points in  Europe,   the "United  ,vby  the English were not successful4 atrfijrst:  "^^tetoustf ihefe Were ho Cana-  diaris' tfoefre5/'"'answered little * John-  nie Sn��ith';    ;y  '/^ . *S'.  '-  , The answer so^ pteased Her. Ex-  cellencyv-that she" mat^e the teacher  promise he would giyej the pupils a  *   .fi' ,--*-v'-c        ' j -* *.'' 'c r.rs  hal&hohday some day. f  11-.* '0       '����� t�� \i' 1  '���t    '    '   Go-'  STEAMBOAT CIJANGES,    ,  Capt.   Wallace Langley  of   the, States and Canada.  Scotia,' left oj).- Thursday  to, take  command of ,th"e Australian, ,which  runs-betweeu -jBennett ��� arid -Ga"_i>S(i6^  Crossing, The genial captaiji'stne'ilf  steamer - is  the~fijjest *, ipn,7 tiKei'JiH'ei  Captain Rhody  assumes 1 command  of the Scotia,-       '   ���"?, ,������.,'-. - .,  ..     ��� .1 ' .  ��� Mr. A. Wood, so .well...'and fay'  orably known about town, has been  appointed wharfinger for-- Atliu  by  the1 Yukon" & W. j��,. R/R. \       , ;'  ���  _   i      ���������"-^���-*-,������������ .  , Found���About sixteen billion of  mosquitoes.' Owner please come  and ta-ce'thetn'Vxyay.'    No charges.  ASS��)fo OFFICE  ^ CQei_stEGTlpN  .���..' ���     -       FOR GOLD .D.UST .ONLY.  M^&. BILLETT, Manager.  BROWNLEE ^.tOWRY  1. ,u>..   jiO   "��� ft'*?* ^N"5  1 J? It Brownlee. P. I. $,, D. L-S.  fcCjLOwry.A^. Lt.t.  NOTICE.   '  NOTICE is hereby ffiveti that the Uritlsh  Yukon Mining, Trudiuff,,and Trau&portation  Company haVo iu coiiiplianee with 'Chapter  02, Sec. 5, Kevlsed Statutes of- Canada, made  application to the Minisler.o��.f^tH>lic' Works  of Canada, Ottawa, for permission to construct a Wharf or steamer landing along tho  westerly or loft"bauKof the Lewi*, or Jb'iity  ���Mile Kiver, about one mile below. White  Horse Rapids, Yukon Territory. The said  steamer landing to begin at a point 0:1 tho  river on line with the southerly line of  Main street, of the townsite of "White  Horse" as platted and approved, aad.thelice  ruuuiiiK' northerly along the river bank for  a distance of one thousand feet, and the  said company have also deposited with the  Minister of Public Works at Ottawa, the  taapx or plans showing- the said worlds or  structures. , 7;  E. C.HAWKINS, \  .77   ft: Chief Bugiueer.  Dated Bennett, li'. C.f June 1th, 1000.  1st pub. June 16.  Last July 7.  ineers,  Qvil and Hydraulic  , .* .    l-and Surv^yi  Pearl Street, Atlin;b. C.  Rant & Jofies,  NOTARIES,  MINING BROKERS  AND  REAL ESTATE AGENTS  Prior  made  t  a   strong  Colonel  speech in the Dominion House,  on 'the.ri4.th ult.> for the establishment of a*| branch of the royal mint  in Canada. ,*Honk Mr. Fielding said  the government had the matter un��  der consideration,- but great difficulty  exists bwiiig to ,the difference  *' i- A   , ��� .'��� ....-��� 'j.,       ���    -  between the. English 'sovereign and  a Canadian five dollar mints  ��� -La-Ay -Minto paM a  visit 'to se'v*.  e-t-a*i.pt*faWa?s^hbo*ls''recen'tlj--.     'Sh-e!  KOTICE.  NOTICE )s hereby given that the British  Yukon Miiilucr, Trading and Transportation  Company, have, in coniplianpfiwlth Chapter  92, Sec. 6, Revised Statutes -of Canada, made  application to the Minister of Public  Works at Ottawa for permis*sioh to build,  ereot and maintain the following-described  works or struelures, na&ely: One dra^*-  span bridge, for use of the railway now M-  ingr constructed .'by .the abiove-named company, suid brhlge jtp" b^.j located across the  stream at outifet -of'Lake Bennett, known as  Upper CeribifW Crossing, Yukon Territory.  And the suid^oompaiiy hs>vje -also deposited ,  with the Minister of Pub^ic Works at Ottawa the mapa'"or.plans .showing the said_  nvorka-atid s*��jrUflt��rcB, -.'.ii..'- * ',  ?'-'-v'7,;,.;^.'*'0.*HX,W!_;-INS,i7;'       1  "7"..' Chief Enrineer.  Dated ���Dtinnrt't. IB. 'C,; June *'5tb, 4800.  Vtiul jpuij. Junp-16.  -LaetJularn. ... 7   j  Agents for'tlie Imperial Life Assurance Co.   : . __)   Beginning with^tonday, and for thp next  40 days, I will pay  $S5*7& an ox.  for gold elust  AT XHli ��OLO HCUSK, DISCOVBBT.  -J, LETHKKDALE.  Discovery, May W, IS00.  SECOND If AND STORE.  DISCOVERY ANDSECOND STREETS.  CO   TO  Jsnmy Regan for all kinds of New  &nd Second Eand Goods. t.  Hishestehsh price paid for outfits and join  loU.  0,K?  BATHS  BARBERSHOP't  ?       LINK & PRA'TT, Prop^' y���,-;i  Now oooupy their new quarters neat '  to the Bmik of B. N. A., First Street.  The bath rooms are squally as ffood as I on nil  ia oltlcl.   Pcivnteeatranoo for ladles.  - '''Swiss, Watchmakers,    ?  And, moiiufacturiug.jeweller*. " ���"*  ���ill kinds of nugget work exoouted with?-  .7   'neeftnestand despatch. >  ffi-rst -��>t. .ne��t-*�� Tj*>nc��iiA-i��r.'3aueral Sum.*.  \ i  ".  If  "* ~u  1  ' 1' '*���.  1Jii*T- V s.        *  A :���������','  !  > _  j   ii  11ft- i}r / f  1  ':���/"  1 w  n  1  * >  r��%^<*^rk Am,  i^ii^*��%^(^irfe#MowalirtN^rtifc  i  '   ^  ��  SATURDAY, JUNE 30.V1900.'  1  HYDRAULIC NOTES.  Peridugwig - Syndicate, Wright  Creek. ' Been delayed 'by non-arrival of piping. This'is how coming  in "and'being rapidly"1 plabfcd in position." Road ��� to ��mine in first-class  ofdei':*' '" -      A  Ja'ri'n'e' d-j.'" Li&are?' Syndicate,  Bould'er ! Creek. - Nothing new to  ' rttfotV., Work prog're!ssinJg"favor-  abty? Will'probably not be able'to  - make" much of a showing this summer, ,-but wttll!be' in a 'position' to  make things huW'at 'thV commence'-1  mei.t of'next.  ' Satirise" Gulch' Co. ' Have fully1  1^0 meh"employed;' with aboht '20  hordes'.'" Girt'at work is'beurg done  ejt'cavatWg the ditch, which com-  mefices on' Pine.^three miles above  Disc'sWery. This ditch is expected.  to1 be' cditt^eteo/'to'Sunrise Gulch  within fix!^weelcs, and"'will'carry  .BeVeVal thousand''inches bf water.  This' "��� cdtttpahy v'is- ��� riin'ning everything '���ti' th41largfesf' "an'd"W6st up-  toi-ddW Strife, ��� and 'We "would1'rehoin-  myha "an^' artti-Alieh' sofeheaci,' if  siith a'person"stiir'e3iis{s;?to "take a  wi'lk "along th'e'Sunfise"*Coiii^ahy's  wofks and.'sec what AmenrTaliFcapi-'  tal'andAmerican' erferjfy are1 worth  to�� the'district.  The1 '-manager bf the "AtH'ri1 Mitring C6.'; on Birdf'creek, re��ori!��'hy-  draiil!slslifig, proceeding -^steadilyi.v A'  lafg^-pot Lh��le' '-has'"-beeif stfh'ck-  which;: as -it 'lies0 ddeper 'thsui'*"thfe8  "flume," 'miigt?be tektipofariiy bri'dgiwL1  Gravel. sbovVing up good 'prdsffiects  crushing of 56 tons is now being  run through tbe Anaconda mill and  large returns are confidently expected, as the ore shows free gold  profusely:   - "  THE LAST SPIKE.  ' White Horse, June 11.���The railroad was completed from Caribou to  White Horse last Friday.  The last spike was driven by  Mrs. Wood,' wife of Major W����d>  N. W. M. P.", at 5 p. -.m. Messrs.  Hajwkins,i.tbe general manager,  Heney; the chief "contractor," and  their staffs," wore"present, but there  were no ceremonies. . That is reserved for the completion of' the road  from Bennett to Caribou hi August.  I The first"passenger train.arrived<  on Friday night with one hundred  passengers.''���  l'here will be' regular service' of  two trains daily each way. ���   .  Passengerscan reach Skagway in  twelve hours.  British America Corporation, Cd.f  .    ATLIN,   B.   Oj.  .LARGEST AND 3EST STOCK OF GENERAL'-  MERCHANDISE NORTH QR VANCOUVER??  See our greatly reduced.prices- ou all our winter stock. J J  .See our prices on groceries., Ladies' goods a upecialty. ,j 1  Pine City branch now open, '   ,  '   A. H. STRACEY ARCHIE W. SHIELS,  7      Atlin Manager.   , Agent Atlin City.   m  cock 'has how in hand a work nearly ready for the press, and dealing  more particularly' with Atliu district.  ii �����  We shall await its issue wfth impatience.  AT'NICKERSON'S.  , Another' consignment of fresh"  creamery butter, lately laid' eggs,  fresh imported'cticdmbers and rhubarb, Atlin-gFOWtt lettuce and radishes; fresh'' 'every morning. "En-  doiirage' - honie' industry.'' Fireworks for the 4th of July..  SPRUCE CREEK.  ��� A visit to Spruce1- this week shows  things to be on the i'uipfoveY-' Morti  men are dropping in'and lthfe'ecreek";  is subsiding rapidly. Verplitthi  damage has been done by'the' frefen"-'  et, and the.creek may be fairly-said  to have entered upon its prodhctfve  stage. Fifteen creek and ' 'bench  claims ranging from 70 below1, upwards, wer�� sold lately to a hydfalu-  lic company; price not transpired,  but selleis satisfied.  At 90 and neighborhood several  parties are ��� tnnnelling into the  north bank and meeting with good  success.   There is here many years'  "'..strpply of cemented gravel of good  ���partu-*  * c  j^yable'  quality,     which   can   be  wojkgd..the^vhole year round.     In  our 9pinion the cement deposits on  t .'.Sjgrufte vvriili?supply profitable labor  "to ip^i* ttneKtfor quite a number of  ' .}[����*% tfl jW-cp-b' PWe   were shown  , samples fromr if iifice rough gold,  '"    ^>ne?,piec�� s^eighi^-iV^r" 19 dwt.  AJ: ^ib-slowj-Kyfe^ffoward and  *"'   Pattinson ;have 'gtfne1-to   work in  first-cla^ I'lStyle,-i-^opeftfhg  up.|he  1  clajcqi/as it.shoiild ���t>e',bpeiietl,   j^rlc^ ��  their, exertioias atfe* being "crowned  "  - b^.goodj SjUstcefcs. --It-is"sale"'to say  * th^it these;boys .will leaVe^i'ri'the fall  ��� with?,?som^thing to ��� rattle   against  ^their thighbones.������ ��� l    -.*"'"  N' Developments are beifig pushed  .^rithe Lakevfew quartz mine. This  ledge was .uncovered fully1 6oq feet  up the side of Munro Mountain.  A shute this lengthjh^s been'-placed  in Jpy means of whiqh ��� the quartz'  readies the vallev   below.r.A  trial  " TWO WOMEN IN THE  ��� KLONDIKE.'*.*" *  By'-'cdiiVfesy *���' of'the' authoress,  Mrsf-'M? "E? 'Hitchcock, 'we "have  bee"ri'''favtir&f,1with' a presentation  copy* *f this 'niu'ch-talked of volume.  To -a'dd'-oiit-litthi meed-of eulo^ium  tp'th^1 unanimous praise with which  th'e'^ddlf Was rebeived by the press  and"-1 reVieWers* in England wa'nd'  Amefida, may seem to "border 'ori  theridicnlous.fmt *ve ".have "beert"  th^re;'-'' whilst the great majority of  spid reviewers'have1 *not;' and so'can'  testify to-the absdWtekcorrectiiesSJof'  rhe series "of pictures^which "Mrs.  Hitchcock presents to* her reUders:  *L he bo6k is �����. record of'scenes 'and  ebeperiences tinet with by the'au-  thoress and a lady frieittl1 during-*a  long and trying trip -to the -'KI011-  dikfe'hathe summer of T898: ' Starting frotai San Francisco; they went *pt>  the'Yukon-'to'the land of^gold," and  out again Via the'upper Yttkoh and  Skagway. ��� Many - adventures and  hardships'Were'expferfebced by the  way, but nothnig pseems to daunt  the courage^of-thfe voyagers; every  cloud to them'5'hbws a bright lining. This ��� cheerfulness is perhaps  the greatest charm tbe book pos-  sessess, and any one not cognizant  of the hardships necessarily incurred in such an outing in Arctic regions, would be apt to imagine it  one of unmitigated pleasure. The  book is eminently readable as well  as reliable. Never dragging for a  moment, the interest is sustained to  ��he end. The typographical part  & excellent and the photogravures  .njjjSfgrous. We would recommend  ejrexckane going out this fall to take  a C9pjiio_k>the book with them. It  will . show1 their friends outside just  exactly-'Wha.lJlife in these northern  jjold��elds .is-.*- *To'the accomplished  authoress the thahlis* of all in the  far nprth are due'f&f her. able presentation to the worid' of the  land:  .  ���        ,. . ,    "i     u.     11 ,  they live in.   ������    '"  We  understand that Mrs. Hi'*j?h-  HANDY WITH .THE AXE.  ' On the - high bank of Surprise  Lake where the - Government road-  makers " are at - preseut camped,  stands a large Cottonwood tree."' A  knot grows on' it a few feet from  the ground. Some expert axeman,-  evidently a Canadian, with exquisite taste for sculpture, has hewn  the?knot into a well-shapen human  head, showing all the features  quite naturally.' ' Across the upper  lip is written' '*'Kruger." "Over the  left ear "Oom Paul." Over the  right one, "Lend me your ear a  "raent," and signed Joe Chamberlain. Across" the chin," "His name  is Dehnii. The 'work has lately  beerf!'e��ectlted' biit tife drtist is unknown." Two of the ���Government  road %sMg are being shadoWed/but  their record,for previous good'^con-  duct stands them well. '  NOTICE.  Sixty tfajfs? from' date I intend to  sell  to  Fred. Cook  my log house, 18x30, situate at  Spruce Junction.   Any parties having- claims  against said building will submit same to J.  H. Rose, Atlin, within  that time, else  they  will not be reooguiied.   "  M. MACKAY.  Atlin, B.C., April 80th. juHO    .  G. ��. Hay'ks.  J. G. CoKsmLL  nugget Hotel  c Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT'  'lN'v ,  CONNECTION.  Headquarters for Bulmer A Parrott's stage.  TT^IRKLAND HOTEL, ���  ,; FIRST STRKBT,   AT'LIN. *  J. KIROLAND, - Managxx.  First-class dining room .  And Elegant Sleeping Rooms.  DOMINION DAY  AND  4TH OF JULY SPORTS  ..   . WILL' 'BF^HELD AT'  "DISCOVERY, JUNE 30th,   r9oo.  ' PROGRAMME.  t I  , I OFFICERS OP THE ��A"t��� * .    *  , I    President���J. Letherdula.   v  Secretary���K. Sands.  Treasurer���George Hayes.  SPORTS' COMMITTEE.  Starter���N. Sabin.  Judges���P. Keith and G. Kerr.  Referee���H. Cuticellor.  Clerk of the Course���T. KrackeU-  MORNLNG.  10 a. m.���Oration by the Rev. Mr. Pringle.  In the B. M. P. A. tent.  10:30.���Putting 16-lb. allot.   1st $10; 2nd $5.  .Near Pine Tree.iiote'-  11.���Throwing 56-lb. weight. First^K);^ud *5.  U^OL���100-yard toot race. Firat, $15; 2ud ftfJiQ.  Near B. iL P. A. teiit.  ''  12.���Miners' Gold puiiii'iitfooiitesC"First'$10;  2nd $S-  AFTliRNOON.  12:30 p.m.���Quarter-uiile /oot rac*'.?Flrsf *20;  2nd.$10.  Startuig.from the PJne'Trec   '  1:30.���Tossing caber.   First $1(1: 2nd $J-   "  Near Piuo Tree.  2.���Ruuniug long jump.   First $10:'2ud $i.  Near Police Station.' '  2:3a���MO yards' hurdle race.   First $10;-2i��r  .7.M.   B. M, Ps A. teni^  S.-Pole vaulting.   Firsf.$15: 2nd -g7J0L    "  B. M. P, a; tfeu't.  3:20.���Horse race, half iriiJb-'cipen, four Ut enter, three to  start.'  'First ��25; 2nd   $1(1 '  Entrance fee 10 per'eeut. bf prjUe."  ��.���Running high junih.'   Firsb-^10-; 2nd *K    '  1:30.���Boys' stilt race. First $4; 2nd $2.?Girls'  foot raco,   Fir��f $3;-2iid $2.   Boys'.foot  , race., First $1.  A'earB. At P: A. teu't.  1:30.���Football    match���Atlin. v. -Diucqvery.  Nugget pit/.'to the winners.  J.���Great  iiiterniitibli'al   tug;oX-,H'jir.   Prize  $100.   Four t6a'ihi to eutQr,  ^ntrati^ fee'  $5.   Near Piiie'Tree hotel,  A small entra'rlCe fee will hi* chnjpced oom-  potitors iu tbeMtOve Mj��oW*��. *���  PINE TREE HOTEL.  -DISCOVERY, B. C.  When you come to Discovery take  shelter under the tree.  Finest of liquors.    Good  stabling. ���  GOLD  HOUSE  DISCOVERY, B.C..  ��� LETflERDALE & BURTON,  '      s PROPRIETORS.   '    .'  Our large aud commodious dining room is  now open. We have lots o' .fresh vegetable**  in our collar, which makes it easy to give a  lirst-class meal. Our bedrooms are all neatly furnished- We nesd no elevator with our  good,.liquors, and cigars. Stabling for-10  horses'. " Telephone and Telegraph messages  promptly attended to. Rates, single meals.  75c. Rooms, 60 and 75o. Board by the week  $10.  PIONEER  STORE  PINE CITY, B.  C.  Carries a full line of Groceries,  Hardware, Gent's Furnishings and  Boots and Shoes.  C a NEWTON & CO.  Proprietors!"  When in Atlin stop  . . at the . .  OLYMPIC hotei;;-  First Street   .  Headquarters  for  Lamp's St.". '  Louis Lager Beer.  First class Restaurant in connections. '  . .A."BURKE,   Manager.  Run the only stage to  DISCOVERYandSURPRISELAKE -1  .  A 'four-horse Saratoga will  ,     convey-passengers to Dis  cpV&ryJ and from thefecon- -  nefctiori is ma'de with'Sur-  priie Lake.  They Have a Number of ��&uggies ��  of4^ Latest Ratterti/for Hire..  Saddle Horijes and Freighting are a'  ! Specialty'with them.  "Leavfe orders   at   the    B.    A.   QY  Store, corner ist a'nd RaiiL**".*  -     'M  ("1 ��� ���,*" J jl-Jjlli-Jl.'^  �����^!-.., j��� M  --�������?" "����T**^T "i  n'-j^ijr'yi���f"*i nssa"wrv.,Ti(Tr'^;3*wPrr'"  ��tf nPTTOWiyjr^ (  atlin,  b. c,  Saturday, junk  30.  ��� THE GIAISVJ" Agency 'in  Discovery is at Taylor's  Store*  PICKED UP. HERE AND THERE.  Church of linifliiuil Mirviros will he hi��ld  at corner Trainor ami Third streets on Sunday ut 11 n. irr. mid 7:'0 p. in. -    '-  St. Andrew's ' l-'resliyteriuii Church 'hold1  hfi-i-ii:ft> in tlio A. 11. Hull, Second Street.  Moriiinjr service tit 10:110; ovoiiitiKHi'rvicfi7:3U.  Sunday School at thn dose f)f tlio iniiriiiiifr  i.i'1-vicf.    Rev. O. Prinirlo, Minister.  Oiif of tins best, articles for gtmil  health Is  n wholesome lonf of hri��A(l tit 12 cents, and   it  ,   ii rut-class meal for 50 cents at the Pioneer  llakory.     '.���...  Our wharves present bus)- scenes  these days, every steamer bringing  over loads of hydraulic pipe ai'd  other mining gear. Large quantities of freight are being carted to  the various creeks, and altogether  the outlook is decidedly re-assuring.  Arrivals aud'outgoings of mails  may now be confidently expected  .three times a "week for **.the remainder of the '-suinmer: and fall. At  least so says our worthy postmaster.  The new''Government building,  D. Main,"', contractor. W.' H. T.  Olive, inspector, is now beginning  to loom up very conspicuously ' oh  Third street. The building is nearly square,* being 47 feet 6 by' Jj.6  feet S. It .is only designed, to be  one storey at present, but will be  ' ultimately/',added." to:' ��� .The strtic-'  ture "gives evidence"of stability 'and  coinmodiousness, ' 'more than 'elegance, and i.s. *,apparently well  adapted to-thc purposes for ��� which  it is built.  A rich creek claim on the best  part of Spruce, 80 per ceiit. tin-  worked, ,with wheel and'pump, can  be had at a great bargain for cash.  Apply this office. \  The steamer "Amur oii" her last  trip to Skagway brought four carloads of rails. They are just enough  to make the mile and a half.of road  across the Taku Portage. * They  have previously been used on the  narrow gauge line between Trail  aud Rossland.  Gold Commissioner Graham^ left-  on Saturday last for the Dalton  trail, .to .'meet the American and'  British Commissioners who are engaged in determining the Alaska  'boundary line, aud" also to settle  some mining 'disputes iu the Porcupine district. He expected to be  absent aboufteu davs. .    "-  Go to 'Cummings & Richardson's  -for   gents'   furnishings,   boots  and  shoes? First street.  Judge E. M. N. Woods arrived  in on Saturday." He is accompanied by Mrs.Woods, who will make  her home in Atlin for the summer  season. Mrs. Woods is a most accomplished musician, and we hope  on some early occasion to have the  pleasure of listening to her efforts.  Her first impressions of' Atlin were  very favorable,' which we hope a  further stay will only confirm.  Home-growi garden truck is now  appearing on the market, and commands a ready sale, at prices which  must be highly satisfactory to the  producer. How would our outside  friends stare ic they were asked a  quarter-fbr a bunch of six radishes,  and not particularly big ones at  that? But that price goes in Atlin  without a murmur.  "In the? printed ^programme ..of  sports to take place at Discovery to  day, three names were'accidentally  omitted frpm'the Sports' '.committee.  They are thoseUof Messrs.", M. ��� N.  Taylor,: Walter ,Owens.|ah'd J. Mc-  ���Kinnon. ' ���' *     - ���  ��� '\i'    ���   .  ''0,u Thursday afternoon the sky  got overcast in.'the-* north-east', -'and  there were hear.d foiir"distinct peals  of 'thunder. Electrical" displays of  this soit are so rare in our northern  home, .that they are noteworthy  when they occur.'  ' Messrs. Fritz* Miller,'-Charley  Jones'and T upper "'Thompson, rer  turned from their excursion on,  /Tuesday'evening? Tlieir trip has,  Been watched ' with' 'interest*! by  many, as Dame I-Uimor had it there  was something in the' v ind con-  nected with a big, strike somewhere.  ���The members'of'the party, on be-r  ing interrogated, ;were very reticent  about the.main object of their expedition, but would spin fish yarns  ad dibitum. The-general opinion is  that  Frit/,." Miller knows just what  .1 T  he is-about in the prospecting, line,*  aud further developments are awaited with interest.,, , ... -  To Let���Four large rooms, suitable tor offices, over Cummings &  Richardson's store,..First street.  . Granulated, . brown, . lump .and  bar sugars, 'Vienna sausage, ham  .roll, minced meat, fresh eggs, fresh  Agen's 'butter, cabbages,, turnips,,  parsnips, .carrots, stewed kidneys,  aud a lot of delicacies, ;as \yell, as a  .full, line of dry goods,-groceries and  provisions., 7,Everything is,"'fresh  and warranted. ;pttre, or your money  will be refunded at Foley's.-..',   .���_..,,*  The toothsome grayling has again,  .put.in his^..annual appearance and.  takes a fly readily in shallow water;  one" gentleman securing t'ei;.- on  Wednesday afternoon. The .>fly  which proved most effectual was the  "Professor,",'although the \'black  gnat'' is considered quite a killer.    ,  Let us all turn out on Wednesday,  next and help? our American chums  to make their celebration   a rouser.  The old animosities which occurred  a" century and a quarter .ago aud ,of  .-which" the 4th' of "July [is 'the ,out-  ...    1 *- . .  .*    *., *  come,  are as dead as Julius Caesar.  Besides, our 'great, great* grandfathers were all in the wrong and.  deserved just what they got.  Friends,.the town is yours for the  day. " Whoop her up!  Ar. a well-known citizen and, his  handsome better-half left' the wharf  one evening this week, for a canoe  trip around the islands, Johnnie  Feathertop incautiously .ventured  to say that it was a straight case, of  "canoe"-bial bliss. .Due notice of  Johnnie's funeral will be given.  Rev. F. L. Stephenson reports  about 30 subscribers for the proposed reading room;-but* hopes to  secure 20 more, as 50 in all would,  insure financial success.. A* meeting of subscribers will be held next  week aud the selection' of quarters  made..  - Our football team has been putting in steadj- practice lately, and  Discovery will have to get a hustle  on to-day if she expects to hold  the fort.' - Football seems to have a  grearattractiou for the .Indians, as  they show up regularly of evenings,  squaws and all. They enjoy the  play and laugh heartily at the various contretemps-which occur.,.. ,  . R. ? McBride,   has  accepted .the  Godfrey hardware Co* 7  ,'.-'���        '. ' ' .     SUCCESSORS ".TO  "   DEALERS" 'iN  '       ."''     '   '       ? ' , ���'   A-. A Y " A] ''���   ' {  Miners' Supplies,  'i l  Builders'Hardware, ...7,-,,^..^^  Stoves, Tinware, Etc.  TINSIIOP. IN CONNECTION.        7 ,.  FIRST STREET, ATLIN,  ?P;-'BURNS ,& CO,' ;-'  Wholesale   -.   and   -    Retail   -   Butchers.  ...,'.-,... >. ,        * . -  . v    '. .'   ;��� "Corner,"-First   and   'Pearl   Streets.    ������* <���!  Chief ��� Commissiouership of ' 1 ,ands  and .-Works-in ������the "Dunsmuir gov-  ernment. . ������-  -'./���- *-.*,-������' '������ - ���   '      ' '(  "'Mrs. R.'A. 'Lambert, accompanied by her son ' ancl daughter, arrived in from Vancouver' on Thursday. >  The' steamer Zeelandian, whilst  attempting' to run the White Horse  Rapids'one' day "this" Week got  wrecked. '* She now'' lies in 'seven  feet of "water, but it is believed she  can be raised and repaired.  "A public school examination previous to" the summer holidays was  held 'yesterday'.'afternoon and passed'off most creditably.'. The teacher, -Mr. ��� H. 'M. '-Wells, has now  severed' his 'connection -with- the  school,' where''he has given ;com:  plete.satisfaction,- aud . intends try-  ing his hand at .something offering  bigger' financial "possibilities.   -  Among the arrivals by the .Scotia  on Thursday evening were" Mrs.  and 'Miss Foley;���wife, and.daughter  of our esteemed townsman", .Captain  Foley; also .Mrs. Heal,, another  daughter of the captain's, \yhojre::  sfded in Atlin last summer aud has  hpsts of friends here. .W; extend  the ladies a cordial .welcome and  hope^ their sojourn will, bz one - of'  unalloyed happiness., _ .     , ���  The-paraphernalia for the Atlin  Brewing .Company arrived per Soo-"  tia on Thursday.  J. Wishart, Vancouver, arrived  in Atlin last Saturday. If you want  to know coast election news, majorities and minorities,? buttonhole  Jim. He is an out-and-out Martin  man .and only-left Vancouver when  he heard, of the defeat of Joe's government. -He prefers to'live iu some  rural graveyard from now, on.  A. Burke, of the Olympic, came  in on Thursday's boat. *'.\He has  been-t'o-Dawson with a To-ton shipment of produce and,jin"teuds taking another in the'course'of ten  days. ~ **' -      "    -.    -   ���   ��� -  '  Arrivals at Hotel Grand for the  week: J. "Layfield and wife; V. V.  Blodgeft. G. H. Sinclair, 'Surprise;  Martin ' Popist, McKee Creek; J. J.  M'cKenria,'Wright Creek; Jas. Mc-  Chisky, J. H. Crumback, Spruce  Creek"; T. M. Mahau, Cariboo; Ii.  M. Price", "Gleaner'; W! H. Jordan, Cariboo Crossing; PatilHaines,  Skagway. A!' L. Clark, Vernon;  A, H. Pelly, Greenwood; J. M.  Williams and wife, Seattle; W.  Farquhar, London.  . Probably the most novel regiment  ever raised is that which has been  recently formed at Wellington, New-  Zealand. The ladies of Wellington,  have formed themselvesinto a corps  STORAGE ��� NOTICE.  "Thii-tj; fltLVs'iiftcv date I lfiiond'to'.oll for  Htorncft f.\poiiHcs,iiil onttlts-lclt, -in jriii.v euro  mill iiiicl'iiinud b.v-t lint tlnto.    ,    (; j  if " '   .l'liTU'lt ,)ACQUqf;it Co.  Iliscovnry. .luno ail,"lHl'iO.';;���������, -t^'r/;.  W* G* PAXTON.  - -        .. notary, puhlic, ,,. ,*  OPKICIJ:   Cornc.rof Thir,il mid Pearl Street,  ' Atliu,' B. C,  opposite Govcriiiribut Buildings.      ,-'     r.*    sffj    tK- i.*��-/i'.i;i  All kinds of  miiiiiitr papers .mafic out.   Several years'  practical   experience.   r-  Grand  Celebration  OF THE  Fourihbf Julu  ���   - IN-ATLIN^-B^Cr  Large-Purses;  Good Sport,"'*' '';"   '  '    "'A'Rova'l'Tii'ne for All.  programme,  10:30.��� Putting 10-lb. shot." Prizes? iJ10 and ��5.  "   I.. '   .   First untl Trainor. 'A:'  10:45���Throwing  56-11)    weight.,���Prizes S10  u'ud $5.    Kirit'aiul Train'or."  11���Sack'Raee.   Prizes S7.50 aiid.S5:^7  -    First and Trainor.  11:13��� Obstacle  race.   Prizes 5-10 anil 6.*).  First and Discovery to Olympic Hotel.  11 ���:'.')���30 yard dash. t Prizes >10 and >"i.  First liud Discovery.  *   * lNTliRMISSiXON.   :.  1 p. m.���Tug-of-Wiir.   National teams of six  '  men.   Prize, nn^et "pin to' each of winning team..- First aud Discovery.  1:110 -1(10 jards,' dasli.    Prizes ��20 and &7.30.  First uud Discovery''  1:43���Pole vaultin's.  .prizes &15 and $3.  First and Trainor.  2 p. m.���Hurdle Race.   Prizes' $-l.r> and J.5.  '     11. A.C. Store to First ami Trainor.  2:15���lluuuiii"��  hop, .step and jump.    Prizes  $15 and S3.    First and Traiiior.  2:30���Ruiiuiiigr "lon^- jump.   Prizes 5*15 and  ���>3., First and.Trainor.  B���Boys stilt race:   Prize, irold nupruet pin.  Ifirst'aud Discovery..;, .'  3:13���Ejjfjj arrd spoon race.   Prize,  Rolf!  nugget pin- ' first and Discovery.  3:30���Fat Alan's.race. Prize, fjold nufjjjot pin.  First aud Discovery.  4���Pie-eatiiig contest for hoys; hands tied.  Prize,   i/;old nugset pin.   First and Trainor.  4;15���Ruiiiiiiig hitrh jump.   Prizes 610 and ��5.  '    ' ' ' First ami Trainor.'  4,3'J���\Yulkiii��, Kreu&y pole; prize S10.  First anil Trainor..  a- j  i���-of-\\ar for men  not weighing over  130 lbs..   Prize jjold nugget pin to each of  \\ iuiiitiif teuiii.    First and Truiuor..  Prizes will be awarded at  tlie   Voiulome  Hotel..  The nuixfjet   pins lire  Ihc'-artistic production of Jules "insert ii Son.. -        ��� ���  In the evening a Kriuid ball will be tfiveti  in the Arctic Brotherhood Hall". Grand  march commences at 0 p. in..-.Tickets Slj  ladies froe..  which has been given..the-appropriate title of New. Zealand Amazons.  They iare girls of fine ti physique,  being much above the' average in  height. The regiment is drilled  according to military schedule, and  their manoeuvers have attracted  considerable attention iu ,the, whole  of the colony. ,   .       , -  '?  1  5;  i.r  A  1  i\  i  !'!i  ���A  %  I  ���  -   M  ,1*'  ?!  ,-(f  '(I

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