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 !^U*r.U��d_S_U��3t~  i^i��jnZ2s3&Z.m*v*wjvv9��c��&&*����llKl^Xel^x^^  s^.  tt  -     I  AA u^' W  AA\?V d^y\  fgY.    '���"        ���"      "  -V  s?  VOL.   u\.  ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY,     MARCH    to,   .906.  NO. 34 8  TELEGRAPHIC.  PLACER ACT AMENDED.  Algeciras    Conference   Drags  Slowly. Along. -  KING   EDWARD   GAVE    A. DINNER.  Templeman Elected���Miners Confess  Guilt of Many Murders���Boy  Kidnapped���Women Fought a  Duel���Fis'horfolk and Islanders  Drowned���Last Year's Surplus  ���Dominion Parliament.  [Sl'liCIAT, TO  THIS CLAIM.]  Victoria, B. C, March 4.���To  Editor Claim, Atlin, B. C.���My  amendment to the Placer Act, enlarging tlie size of creek claims, has  passed its third reading.���Young.  Algeciras, March S.���The German delegates to the' Moroccan con-  ...  ference have asked time   to   secure  further instructions from their government ancl' the French delegates  are showing much impatience at the  repeated delays. It looks as if Germany is counting upon the French  delegates to lose patience and make  a false step, thereby throwing the  onus of a rupture upon France.  Paris, March 8.���King Edward  VII. gave a dinner at the ��� British  Embassy here ou Tuesday night.  Among the many noted guests present were former president M. Lou-  bet and former minister of foreign  affairs M. Delcasse.  St. Petersburg, March 8.���An  official despatch received here says  Germany has accepted the Russian  proposition, which provides that the  policing of Morocco be entrusted  jointly to the governments of France  and Spain, as the basis for an agreement on the Moroccan question.  Vancouver, B.C., March S.���The  C. P. R. steamship Amur sailed for  Skagway on Tuesday. She carried  a consignment of horses for Messrs.  Dixon & Schulz,- of Atlin, ancl a  full passenger list.  Fifty carloads of settlers' effects  left the state of Illinois > today for  western Canada.  Victoria, B. C, March 8.���Mr.  McGowan's amendment to the Columbia ancl Western railway bill  has been defeated in the legislature.  The Hon. Jas. Templeman, lately  appointed Dominion Minister of Inland Revenue, has been elected by  a majority of 696. Beck with received 875 vole's and Marcon 309.  Caldwell, Idaho, March 8.���Six  men have been arrested in connection with the murder some months  ago of former Governor Sttinneu-  berg. Adams and Orchards,, two  of those arrested, and vvho are raeiii-  . bets of the Inner Circle of tlie Western Federation of Miners, have confessed to having committed 26  different murders.  New York? March 8.���Antonio  Bozuffi, the 14 year old son of an  influential Italian banker   of   this  city, has this week beeu kidnapped  and is being held in sonic unknown  part of, the city for a ransom of  $20,000.  Middlesboro, Ky., March 8.���A  Mrs. Mooie ancl a Mrs. Tusker,  two prominent women of this town,  fought a duel wilh. pistols in the  streets here yesterday'but neither  of the principals were hit.. One  spectator vvas killed.  Vancouver, B. C, March 8.���The  body'.of an unknown man, with the  head almost severed from the body,  was discovered yesterday afternoon  in" Lonsdale Gardens? North Vancouver. It is thought'to have been  a case of suicide.  ��� Trondjlien, March S.���Over sixteen fishing boats are missing from  here since the recent storm and 50  lives are believed to have been lost.  The village of Taveruola near here  vvas completely destroyed yesterday  by a landslide, which swept it into  the lake.  Ottawa, March 8.���A committee  has , beeu "appointed, here to collect  funds to assist the starving people  in parts ot Japan.  San Francisco, March 8?���The  Society Islands have' recently been  swept by a hurricane and over six  thousand-people perished. , Several  of the smaller islands were destroy-,  ed by a tidal wave. - ���  Helsingfors, Finland, March S.���  It is feared that 800 fisherman who,  vvith their wives and families, are  afloat on the ice in the gulf of .Finland will perish.  Victoria, B. C," March 8.���Capt.  Tatlovv, Minister of Finance, in his  budget speech yesterday showed  that the expenditure for the past  year was $2,652,196? the revenue  $2,920,461, leaving a surplus of  $268,265.     ' .  Athabasca, March S.���The election in the Peace River riding for  the Alberta legislature, held yesterday, resulted in the return of Mr. J.  Brick, Liberal, with a majority of  92 votes.  Pekin, March 8.���The principal  topic of the Chinese press relates to  the reports that the United States is  making complete preparations to  send a military expedition to China.  The newspapers regard the reports  as manifestations of au unfriendly  policy. 1.  Shanghai, March- 8.���All is quiet  at Nanchaiig. The Chinese governor has admitted his guilt for the  recent massacres there by having  failed to preserve peace, and has  asked for personal punishment.  Ottawa, March 8.���-'The Dominion  parliament vvas opened this afternoon .with the usual ceremonies.  There was a very large attendance  of senators and members present.  Pekin, March 9.��� The reported  death of the Dowager Empress of  China is unfounded.  San .Francisco, March 8.���Tlie  mother of Harry 'Penny has made a  demand., upon the district attorney  lo issue complaints charging murder  against those behind the light in  which her sou was killed.  A San Francisco despatch of the  2nd inst. says: Harry 'Penny, who  vvas defeated in the 14th round of  'what was to have been a' 20-round  go for tbe bantam-weight championship of America by F. C. McNeill'at  this place Wednesday night, died at  noon, yesterday. Doctors held an  autopsy ancl decided,that death vvas  due .to a cerebral hemorrhage  caused, probably, bjr a blow. The  stomach ��� was removed and strychnine vvas found in, it. His brother  claims' that the dead fighter was  doped. All persons connected with  the arrangements for the fight have  been arrested on a charge of' manslaughter. (Harry 'Penny vvas born  in .Canada on March 25th, 1SS5.)  Faris, March 9.���The war minis-,  ter says that every branch bf war  supplies, ammunition, etc., are completely assured in the event of the  mobilization ot the French army.  ��� Madrid, March 9.���Princess Ena  of , Battenberg. joined the Roman  Catholic 'Church on Wednesday.  King Edward ancl King Alfonso  met on the same day at Biarritz.  ,     *' GENERAL   NEWS.  The--Wheeler grain elevator, at  ���Buffalo, vvas destroyed by fire last  week.."  Venus, a lioness at the Toronto  zoo, gave birth to triplets on the1  2nd inst.  1  A gang of five robbers dynamited  the Peoples bank at Kenny, 111., on  the 2Sth tilt, and secured $600.  A new chemical process for welding copper vvas patented last week  by a Winnipeg man named McMillan.  Premier Rouvier says France  wants peace with Germany only on  conditions assuring her rights and  dignity.  An explosion in a coal mine at  Piper, Alabama, on Feb. 28th killed  five men and seriously wounded  several- others.  The Ottawa hockey team defeated  the Queen's university team in the  last match for the .Stanley cup by a  score of 12 to 7.  R.-S. Williams, pioneer piano and  organ maker, of Toronto, is dead  aged 72 years. His estate is worth  close to $[,000,000.  Governor General and Countess  Grey last, week travelled at the rate  of two miles a minute iu air? iceboat  ou the St. Lawrence river.  An unknown stranger,Who was  sober and had plenty of money,  committed suicide in the rotunda of"  a Winnipeg hotel on March 2nd.  The Christian scientists of Manitoba are petitioning;the legislature  to exempt them from certain clauses  in the Medical Act ancl to permit  them to use their own methods in  healing the sick.  . .   ,  American Consul General Rod-  gers telegraphed on Feb. 2S from  Shanghai that 14 American missionaries fled from Nanching and reached Ktiikan in safety. The British  fleet   from the cast is in touch wilh  tlie British consul ancl under orders  to make ready for a demonstration  al any time.  On March 2nd a tornado destroyed a large part of the town of Meri-.  dian, Miss. Part of the city was  burned and many lives were lost.  The imperial government has  offered to transfer to the Dominion  (government admiralty property, including" the dockyards,   at   Halifax.  An Ottawa despatch says the  Canadian marine department will,  build three Marconi stations on the  Pacific coast for life-saving purposes.  The   United   Mine   Workers   of  America will meet in convention at  New   York   ou   Thursday,  March*'  15th, by request of President Theo.  Roosevelt.  Quebec's new city council held its,,  first meeting" March 1 and J. George  Cnrneau   was  chosen .mayor.     Mr.  Parent, the retiring mayor, held the  office-ten years. ' .  The Montreal harbor board discharged all its employees on March  2nd aud told them to appls'-for re-  engagement before the 15th inst.  A political move.  Ou Feb. 26U1 Dr. Haanel. at the  Soo, wired Hon. Frank Oliver, at  Ottawa, that the experiment of  smelting iron ore by- the electric  process is a great success.  A "Paris despatch says the suit of  Countess Caslellaue, formerly Miss  Anna Gould, against her husband  for divorce, was called on Feb. 28th  and adjourned* for two weeks.  '"In"the bye-.ele'ction in the'Lonclon'  district'in which Gibbs resigned  to  make   room   for   the late premier,  Hon. A. J. Balfour, the   latter   defeated Bowles by 15,474 to 4,131.  A Toronto despatch says arrangements are being made to move several thousand farmers from New-  York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts  aud Vermont to the Canadian west.  After' preaching a sermon in the  Methodist church at Blenheim, Ont.,  ou the evening of Sunday, Feb. 25,  Rev. Dr. Willoughby, of Brantford.  aged 72 years, dropped dead in , the  pulpit.  Two trolley cars on tlie Millvale  and Etna line, near Pittsburg,- collided ou Feb. 25th and rolled over  a high embankment. Two person's  ivere killed outright and over 50  were injured.  A late London despatch says the  official opinion of" Great Britain regarding the present Moroccan conference is that Germany desires it  to end without a settlement, while  Fiance wants either settlement or  war.  Ten men forced an entrance into  the Russian Slate bank at Helsingfors, Finland, on the night of Feb.  25th, secured $37,500 nnd escaped.  The day previous to the robbery  there was $1,000,000 in gold coin  in the bank but the authorities,  fearing street riots and an attack 011  the bank, removed the money to a  secret vault.  Frederick C.'Dorway, divisional  superintendent of the C.P.R. wilh  headquarters at Sudbury, Ont.,  went to New York a mouth ago  and was given $150,000 by a woman whom he once assisted several  years ago. He returned to Sudbury, resigned his position and  started out lo spend his 'money. He  suddenly disappeared. The police  of New York have bjcn asked lo  look  for him but can find no truce.  \l  :m  : ��<*jH  1  I  ii .^SSfeiBHfc'SseS'^^  ���vc;,?.-,,^;?.^,.  H^^feaWJ'S^Ji^^^  ATLIN, 7?B.??'C.7??SATURDAY,?7^  li��  ���U-i  TIIH ATLIN CLAIM is ^uolighcd tvcnv oATunoftr  MOI'NIHfi.       MAILITD     FREE    TO    ANY    IWI1T   OT  THE  world tor do cents pch month; (��n.oo pen  vn/r-n. AovcnTiGiNG hmcs : ti.oo pen inch each  inscrtion ;  reading notices. ;r. centg a line.  SPECIAL   riATES    ON    APPLICATION.  ~-  ��"����������   CORRESPONDENCE.  [Tlrf Claim is mil  responsible ff.i* views o.\-  prc-scil li.v correspondent-;.]  .1011 PRINTING :  ILL-..cads. >       posTnnc. VISITING  CAnos,  tCTl Cn-HTAOS. PROr.nAMMCS,      CTC..CTC.  onDcns    rilOMPTUV    CXCCUTCD.  pn.cna MOOcnuTc.  TlIB  ATMS  CfiAIM   PtJlllilSllING Co., I.TI1.  VV.    Por.TiAltll.     G HAN'T.      I'MITOU-MANAGKII.  "  TI-Ilv IRISH CONCERT.  The  committee   who are getting  up the  Irish concert to he given ou  the evening of St. Patrick's Day iu  aid of the hospital report great  progress   and   state   that  on all sides  offers of assistance and co-operation  are coming in,  which   augers   well  for tlie success of the  undertaking.  Messrs. Hanna,   Cartmcl,   Hevvetl,  White and associates "nave come  to  the assistance of the committee and  will   give   a   minstrel show as the  first   pari   of   the   programme,   in  which   they will  be assisted by Mr.  John   Williams,   Mr.  C. Hickman,  Mr.    W.   2i.   Fisher,   Mrs.   Woods  and  others,    livery effort  is being-  put   forward  to make this a success  and all are practicing hard   so  that  those   vvho   grace   the concert vvith  their presence will have a thoroughly enjo3*able time.  The second part of the programme  wiil   consist   ol   a number of songs  and other selections in which  abso-  ���lulely new   lalent   will be heard'fo'f  the first time.  The committee were offered the  use of the Atlin club premises but,  owing to the fact that it is not possible lo place the stage necessary in  the club building, it has been decided lo have the performance at  the Grand hotel hall. The committee however .feel indebted to the  members of the club for the kind  ancl generous offer made, as it was  voluntarily.  The hospital is well worthy of  support ancl it is only necessary for.  the public to join hands with those  who are giving their time and talents in aid of the institution to ensure a bumper house ancl a respectable sum to be handed over to the  treasurer of the hospital. Tickets  can be obtained at any of the stores  in Discover}' ancl Atlin or'from the  Rev. A. M. Ross, who is the official  .secretary-treasurer of the concert  fluids.  Editor ofTiiK Ati.in Claim,  Atlin, B. C  Sir,���In reply to the Game Warden's letter in 3-0ur last issue, I beg  lo submit lhai we have no evidence  at .hand of any widespread destruction of game by Indians or hunteis  iu this distiicl.  Although genuine sportsmen are  always sure of receiving a kind welcome in Atlin, it is not a matter ol  particular impoilar.ee .whether they  come here Or not. Of course, some-  limes they leave a little money in a  place, bill generally they are,wisely,  or unwise!}-, equipped fiom the outside with everything they require,  and hence there is barely any outlay necessary hairing travelling expenses. ���  The arrival of a large number of  sporting tomisls into the district,  for the simple purpose of killing big-  game, would , hardly prove ad van-r  lageous lo lhe mining communit}-  unless the noble sportsmen joined  in our hunt for gold as well as  game.  And consequently, there is no  harm in our genial game warden  imagining' that wc are indifferent to  the preservation of the game,'if such  delusion only restricts his booming  the district as a big game country.  Yours, itc,  rwvMMuw *����tM*ft4����Mr��-n_mrr vm*** t^f^mi**f^*et*<i  WrtV fiRyi) OIIT.WIII-.X   YOU ��AN  CHIT C.'ltlUS AC, ��II',.\V IIK1I15?  Atlin, Nugget, and   Grape,  Rings -?���*'"' ��H "finds of J��i*5rpMin��  ftii'tiii'cil nn tin: premises. ,.  ,. Kino  New ''Stocli ol'   Watches,  Clocks,  Jewelry   und   Diamonds  Watches from ��5.00 up. Audits lor (.'iiliiniliiii Gramophones- -,  '     Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand  Paintscl China, Souvenir Spoons  JULES EGGERT ��� ���&' SON, ATi.wANnwiscovi.--Y,  safe* Deposit Vaults.      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewclrs.  They  are   Waiting   for   You!  .���SSBSso-.,  O-ar^alnus  ��2H*  IN  Hats and Dry JGo&ds,  FULL  Gargscts mBIsI M&ekso FmrnasMntgs-.  LINK   Ol-    BOOTS    and   SHOKS,  .ALSO   -GOLD   SEAL    MJ1'   CUM    HOOTS.  Successors to  J. M.  AilEsa .and ������  FQtjD   Discovery, B. C.  Richardson.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  ���mj��.i.j.i".^.  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  So   S*   Ansur  departs  from   Skagway  '' March $&fh &. '^lad,- & Mjisrii -3rd*,  Sailing from S-kagway 8 p.m..  Direct  lo Vancouver  and Victoria.  Wc  TrntisportiiiK by vail or steamer lo Seattlo-w'tlnOTrt-cnclirn-elinrKO.  H. B. ts  ;iye <|iMolc service.    vNo iiitcrinc-luite unlls.  I'or r-i.tes or in format ion nppJ.y to  Atlin, B. C, March  iyo  f-���  Pride is au expensive thing to  have, as sooner or later it presents  you vvith a big bill. .   ....  ..-��A.  ���{&  Atlin Assessment District.  turn,  Afjmit, SUiifrwny.  ����� ��� �� ��� ��� +-�����<  ��^-*^<j>0<5>-��-���-���-���-���-��-*-*-*-���-^-"��-*-'��-*-,��  -���-���-6  TI-IE- GOLD.' HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B,   C  C. H. Nisscn, Prop.     -       -    F. B. Wrong,- Migr.  'Kcstaurant in Corniest ton (Under  New* anil Ctii.til.lu Jbimi^-ement. '     |  <t>^-��-�� �����������>���">������������ ��-��-���-���-��-��-���-��-��-��-�� �� O <g^ ��">��������<.��<.<.���>">���������������� �����-��- ��� �� > �� ��^>  In a fate cablegram to his government. United Stales Minister Rock-  hill, at Tekin, stated lhai tlie yellow  press of the Stales is a greater peril  Shun the yellow race-of China. Wc  sihvav's thought tliey were about a  stand-off.  "~j\7J~OrrCli) I.s hereby K-ivcn, in neroi'dance  -t-> willi tin- Statutes, llitil. Provincial  Revenue Tux anil all assessed taxes and income tux, assessed tin.I lovieil iindur the  "Assessment. Act" und amendments tlmrcto,  iii'i1 imw due mid payable for the your lUWi.  All tuxes collectible lor tlie Atliu Assessment  District lire flue and imyalile al my ollice,  situated at tin- Court House, in tlio town'of  Atlin.  This notice, iu terms of law, i.s equivalent  lo a personal demand liy me on all persons  liable feu- taxes.  J. A. KliASKl",  Assessor* ami Collector.  Atlin Assessment District,  Atlin, li.C.  Atliu. li. (J.. .Iniiiitii-.v 2nd, I'.IOij.  9 4'  oiS* C0*1  Tlie news that our member at  Victoria has succeeded in getting  his amendment to the Placer Act  passed by the House will, we.are  sure, be welcome information to lhe  majority of the citizens of the district. Dr. Young's amendment  provides that, instead of being 250  feel, square, .creek'claims shall be  250 feet in the direction of the  stream and 500 feci on each side of  the centre thereof.  "**-vT OT 1C 1*1 I.S Hereby jjiven lliat npplicu-  -l-7> lion will lie made to the I'ai'litiiiieiit  ol' Camilla aL tlio next session thereof lor au  Ail to incorporate a company (o lie culled  '���The Grand Trunk Paeilio I'raiich bines  C'ruiiiiaii.-i,"' Willi power to construct and  filler.lit1 liu* full.in in*.*-, ainoti^sl other lines  of railway: I'Votn Vancouver to a junction  i.itli tho t'raii.l Trunk Piu-ilie Kaihvtt.v, or  In ti .junction v.ilii tin- I'at-ili'f, northern und  Oiiieuiua Itiiihuiy, or l.olh: I'lom n point ou  tiin north shore of Vi-.iiroiiicr Island in a  Ki'ui'i'ul sotilhi-i-ly in- soiilli-i-uslerly tlirec-  tlfin iiloii*." the- wi-.!i:rii siilf.- 11F tin- Island tu  Victoria: from Dav. son lo u junction with  tin* Or.in.l Trunk P.icillc Knihva.v; us well  as .such other Hik-h of rail way as the Company may I'l-oni time tn time deem expedient  lor operat ion in conjunction with the Grand  Trunk t'lieilic System, subject to the tip-1  -n'uvnJ of the Govi.-rnor iu (louuell: with all  Ihc usual iiimers ircaiitcil to Itailwtiy C'oiii-  puiiies by tlie Kiiihvuy Act, nuil in addition  tlicieti. tl.t' follinvitii; pownrs, \'\v.:' Toeliar-  (ni* vcsiinls, mulct, ttnil recover eliurffcs in  ...leiiiii-iliip bu.rine.su, to liulfl lands, wliarfs,  wn.'ulioii'ji.'M, etc., iiinl to i.'>:(>ro|)i'iiite hinds  I lioreftir: In own hotels, idc, and lay tint  piu-lc.: to issue IhhiiIm nn nil lis properly;  to con.-ilritcl' anil opcriitu I rum ways, tele-  jiriiph, tcleplifiiii! iiinl siibitinfine lines, aud  H'eiicrtil ti-.-il(ie lirid^es: lo develop laud and  wulor powers* iteiiuire patent rights; Kraut  aid to ��fttiers: and lo sail or least1 to, or.  aciiuire other niil.ivays.  W. II. IIKJGAR,  Solicitor fur Applicants.  Dated ut Montreal, this *)llf;li day of January,  Wirli- uia-5.  i\  The Picture that today is the talk  of' England and the British Colonies;  being the first ever published showing  the Queen in her quiet home life.  (Frames 20 x 25 in.)  ly  of Montreal, the greatest family paper  iu America; for one year,  AND  ane year.  CAT.l, AT OVAi Oh-l'ICl*: AXU SV.V1 THIv PREMIUM..  This offer is open to both present and new subscribers  to "THIS  ATLIN  CLAIM."  ���fcR_��-��****^0'��^>J^.'M^ .W>W^AWW^AW>^>^>)  i  A.ili  A  Mi  \m~.U~h-       ii^-lt.   -i_l   ji.^ _H__B|M__HBBBBBHp���WBMWBpMMWMM^_MMBB^WMM^MI_MMBIM^^^<����^j*^^^y^j*^ . '..,.'-;  SiiS3MI23USMi��S3B!JiSSi^^  i  'ATLIN,   B.  C,  SATDRDA*Z,   MARCTH   to,   ffi^cfi.  Discovery Won Two Games.  But The Standing' of tlie CurSers-of  . Two To.wiie .is Even .in PoiiUs,  'On Salmclay last two .'links *��f  Atliu curlers, which were skipped  ���respectively by J. A. Fraser .and D..  3-ioss, visited Discovery and were!  ���badly worsted by -pinks slopped by*  R. I). Felherstonliriugh audl'C. iGLl-j  ���more. Tliciconibiiiiilions of Fraserj  ���and l'cthcrstonhaugh met >'m ifhci  ���������afternoon and, although at oneit-iinc!  'during the iiiiitch it appeared :isvif  'the fonncr would win out,'the game  resulted in favor of the .latter by a!  ���score of *u. to'i,|. fn the.cvieu.ingj  iRos.s and his men 'played a irafliar;  ���erratic game, while Cihnore and'hisi  associates put' up an exceptionally  ���steady game throughout and won,  with ease by 20 .to'6. "The rinks  were composed as follows;  ���DrSCOV'-KKY.  2-7 IS.,Wrong  A..  Oahirno  P. Hampton  Fethcrstouhaugli  '   . ���19  W. Morrison  M. R. Jamieson  -J. Cartmel  C Gilmore ���-20  ATI.IN.  E.   AI. N."Woods!  A. J.Buinside  Jas. Stables  J. A. Fraser  .   ���x4  Dr. McNeill  J. Cuminings  - Geo. Sinclair  D. Ross    .     ���6  'One-Atlin curler informs us that  an the afternoon match the visiting  xink did the. best curling.  Another local curler slates tliat  ���during the game i*n the evening the  home rink were "it"' from start to  finish. .  There .is many a slip 'tween the  "hack'.*'- ancl the. score-board, .etc.,  ���and the latter gentleman vvas near-  rest to-the mark. The. scores speak  ���for themselves.  .So far this season there have beeu  <eight games���of which each*town  won four ���played between" rinks  representing the two towns and the  ���total scores are Discovery 103, '���  Alliu 10,3. -One hundred and.twenty-one ends were played iu all and  Tan- average -of 1 7-10 points were  'scored for each end. ���    - ���  Playing off this tie should witness  interesting games.  Let Something; Good bo Said.  Wlir-iuovei-.the'luirTiimoi-lf frjeiul-orltfio  U'iie shadow uf disgrace shall lull; ���iii<>< cad  Of woi-tl+'of blume. or proof of"t hiisor so,  J.'-.t Mjinelh.in;: good .lie *uiil.  r.'orirel nol thtit. no.l'elli)w-beiiin*"yf*;L  .May lull so low buliliv.-e niay.lil't  lilt: bead:!  liven.the cheek o! whiimo with (curs is Witt  f.f soi.ictliin-4 ;.ri-oil be suiil.  No Sonorous lieai'l inii.v.r.iii"ly turn aside  111 ways ni' symptit h,y. no st.n'l so denil  lint iiuiy iiwaken st ron-j: und ijloi-ilieil,  J.I* viMiieth.'ii;;' si.u.il.l.e i-'aiil. '  Anil mill eharjru yi*=, by .the t'lmrtrv ei-f.wn,  Ami   bv't he ,ci*ir,s  on   wldoli   -the   Sn.vifjiii*  bled,  'Aud li��y your t.wu s-f.ii^1 hntie-oV'tuir reiiiiwn,  .Let *-onif��t hiu-i j^tiotl'lie said.  ��� .Imnes Wliitconib Itiley..  4P%  *.9@��  Her Choice.  n  ��1U* iiTlcn us("]'(i> sl^li Tor Ii(��r,  ���- _Vni1 cxpiTss a wish to (Uo i'm* hai'X  Hul ho near droppc-iil drmtl  Wlirn lie licartl sho liti.il wed  ft man v/lin was altWi to buy for her.  ������k~h&h  ^ .ja j�� -jfi J* .jt -jz  Our   February  Bargaani Salle .'is ovei:, but  fn--  as we have .a  M  few of those  % 9  left,* we wilJ -.clear 1'hem out at  Str. Dora Made Port.  ���Craft  Plying"? Between Juneau and  v   Alutian Islands Missing- 58 Days.  The steamship Dora, running" between Vaklez, Dutch Harbor and  Unalaska, missing since leaving Ko-  diak for Dutch Harbor, December  28U1 last, ancl given up as lost? arrived at Fort Angeles, Wash., on  Feb. 23rd under sail. The crew of  -.24 persons ancl three passengers  -.aboard the vessel were all well.  On the night of December 28 a  -tcriific windstorm from tlie northwest drove the Dora out to sea aud  far to the southward. She had coal  -only for .one day and the cold w;is  intense. Ice formed ou the hull of  the vessel and- "impeded her progress?' iMi'jally 'lhe machinery re-  'used'to work and the vessel was  left helpless in the gale. Thus  tcrippled she drifted 2,000 miles into  mid-ocean? before the storm abated;:,  -sufficient^? to permit-the "'captain to  have all sails set for the purpose of  vyorking his-vessel to-Seattle.?'- She  made- slow" progress- and had eii-  ootinters with many terrible storms  before reaching Port Angeles.  The largest nugget found in California   was   the   so-called   "Oliver'  Martin   Chunk,"    which    weighed  over 1151 pounds, and when  melted  liuto   bullion   brought $36,270.    It  vvas-discovered near Camp   Cerona,  'in 'iTKolumne county, November 18,  1S54, by" a poor miner  named  Martin, who, wiih a companion  named!  Faivtler,, was  tramping up .the coiin-i  try 'to   find    new   diggings.     -One  night   the3' camped   in   a mountain!  cati3"ou   and   a   cloud-burst   came,  ��� drowning" Fowler.   ' Martin,    vvho  ���narrow.ly-escaped,   buried the body  ���of his friend by the roots of a   tree,  and iin -digging came upon :the huge  niigget   which    later    became   the'  nucleus of a large fortune. '  ^StP&p.&ffi-.fr  We also haye :a "Few Odd "Lines of  ay  ents, F  r_niiJsriijn.g39  ioe^  which  we  must dispose of ������  ��� '      <     Regardless  of COST   PRICE,  ��� 1  These  .are   M&hey   Savet*sil  -P^T*      e_?*     W*     Zcs*     Zift     ZXr*     *zr*  Visitin;  A. F. & A.M.  Hernial* eoininiinicti-  tious bold on the first  Thursday of each month  in the A. O. U. W. Hull,  Third Street.  ��� brethren coriliully invited  BARBER  SHOP.  l-'lKST STKKI5T,  F  :2,1s.  ATLIN.  SHIULDS,  Pj-qp.  HM>T iBATHS 30 cts. ���  The litith l'ooinc are-ciiiii'lly as srood as found  in cities.   Private  liiitriince forlLntlies.  St  us yo0r  The Atlin Market Ccl Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY OF ALL  KITS]DS,   Dressed to-Order.  j 1        ���������in. 11 ������iii-����a��i-..��rTr-jTr-��-.��^��i.��..v-y.TViv.  C.   DOELKER    Manager.  I I3uv Finis-���C. Goldstein will  he in Atlin from the 15th of March  4111 ti 1 April'rst aiid will pay highest-  prices for fur.? .Gall or-leave   word  ?al; Roval Hotel. m.i'  The Reliable Shoemaker,  ��� _-._���_   Discov'ivky, B. C.  Rubber Bocrts a Specialty.  Hampton   &   Dtirie,        .Proprietors.  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  JL'"IRST^CLASS RESTA5Q-RANT  IN  CONNECTION,     ���       '  Heuiliitiurrers for llixoti's ttuge.  D.S  -SUCCSi.  ... a3"b'iji�� ��.. , . ._; ........,...._   .;   ��� ���  The -papers   have beeu quite full  of the proceedings  of the  Legislature,   but  I can assure you that the  session has  beeu   a ver3' quiet  one.  Some   of   our   good friends in the:  Press  gallery have  ve^ vivid  ini-l  aginations and the reports that they]  have  sent broadcast over the conn-i  try are, to say the least, veiy highly  colored.  The Government has passed some'  .���"������.' ���."���-.i-vvto-ii- leoiul"'!'-..!-r.his vefi-  Wholesale'."Dealers lii "Wines, "Spirits mH Xigars.  Local A-gknt : M. R. J'aiiii-.so-:-?.     IIiCAD'Or-Fici*-: Van-couvi-k, Ji. C.  "THOMAS  1  /^/VVVVVV'u^VV^'-AMAA'H^^y^V-^  mmt  - 7   .CAPITAL    PAID   -UP    $ioi.oooj-ooo.  .RESKRVJv,   $.',500,000. ���:���'������������:  Branches .of the Bank-'a-t Jeattie,  San Evanclseo,  Portlanfi,  Skagway, "Gte,  ���ExcBtange soMan all 'Points*  fOow-3 Dust Pukchasi*d���Assay Oi'i'icm in ^Gonnkoi'iok.  U. I-iOSS, ���Mcimtg.r^  il I  ���*-l  s  j  ��� I  7!  . 1-1  \. I  ���  *  j !  !�����  i if  ���i  k  fi? *.:j;rt^tfAjc:«yi.v/^',e«^tt'SKgAyw.<r:.v^
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ATLIN,    B.  ,C.,    SATURDAY,    MARCH  io, 1906
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TMR A'lLIN CLAIA1 ts puolighcd everv gaturday
MORNING.        MAILED     mCC    TO     ANV     IMHT   OF   THE
worlo   ron  go   cents    pen  month ;   es.oo   pen
YCAH.       ADVERTIBING RATES'.  S1.00 PERINCH EACH
iNstnTJOPi;  heaoing notices. ?r. ccntg a line.
5PTCIAL   RATE'S    ON    APPLICATION.   -
 ■*> fl>»-	
J0» PRINTING :
ILL-HEADS, P05TCI15, VISITING   CAHOS,
LrTlCn-HRADS, PROCI1AMMES,        ETC.,   ETC.
onoEns   rnoMPTLY  rxEcuTcn.
PRICES    MODERATE.
CORRESPONDENCE.
[Tbe Claim is* nut  responsible for views ex-
pri-psed by eori-cspondcnJ •;.]
Titrc Atmn Claim Puih.ikiunc; Co., 1/rn.
VV.   Por,riAini.    Chant.    Ki)itoh-Mamac!Icii.
' THK IRISIi CONCERT.
The  committee   who are getting
up the  Irish concert to be given on
the evening of St. Patrick's Day in
viid of the hospital report great  progress   and   stale  'that -on all sides'
offers of assistance and co-operaiiou
are coining iu,  which   augers   well
for the success of the  undertaking-.
Messrs.  Hanna,   Cartiucl,   Hewetl,
"While and associates have come   to
lhe iissistance of the commit lee and
will   give   a   minstrel show as the
first   part   of' the   programme,   in
which   they will  be assisted by Mr.
John   Williams,   Mr.  C.  Hickman,
Mr.   W.   1?   Fisher,   Mrs.   Woods
nnd   others.    livery effort   is being-
put  forward  to make this a success
, and all are practicing hard   so   that
those   who   grace   the concert with
their presence will'have a thoroughly" enjo3"able time.
The second part of the programme
will   consist   of a number of songs
and other selections in' which  abso-
--lutely new   talent   will be heard"r"oi'
the first lime.
The committee were offered the
use of the Atliu club premises but,
owing to the fact that it is not possible to place the stage necessary in
the club building, it has been decided lo have the performance at
the'Grand hotel hall. The committee however .'feel indebted to the
members of the club for the kind
and generous offer made, as it wa.s
voluntarily.
The hospital i.s well worthy of
support ancl it is only necessary for.
the public to join hands with those
who are giving their time ancl talents in aid of the institution-ito ensure a bumper house ancl a respectable sum to be handed over to the
treasurer of the hospital. Tickets
can he obtained at any of the stores
in Discovery and Atlin or from the
Rev. A. M. Ross, who is the official
.secretary-treasurer of the concert
funds.
Kclitor ofl'iiK Ati.in Claim,
Atlin, 13. C.
Sir,—In reply to the Game Warden's letter in 3-013 r last issue, I beg-
to1 submit that we have no evidence
at hand of any widespread destruction of game by Indians or huntcis
in this distiict.
Although genuine sportsmen arc
always sure of receiving a kind welcome in Atlin, il is not a", matter ol
particular impoitar.ee whether tliC3'
come here or not. Of couise, sometimes they leave n litlle 11101103- in n
place, but generally the)- arc-wisely,
or unwisely, equipped fiom the out-
sidc with everything tlie\" requiiv,
and hence there is barely aii3""Oii't-
Inv' uece.-sar)' barring travelling expense*.   ' ■   '
The arrival of a large number of
sporting" touiisls into the district,
for the simple purpose of killing big
game, would hardly prove advantageous to the inining-communit)'
unless the noble sportsmen joined
iu our hunt for gold as well'as
game.
And consequently, there is no
harm in our genial game warden
imagining that wc are indifferent to
the preservation of lhe game, if Such
delusion only restricts his booming
Lhe district as a big game country
Yours, 6J-.C.,
Atlin, B. C, March  7, 1906.
Piide is an expensive thing to
have, as sooner or later it presents
you with a big bill. .    ....
nd Ornamental (fowls'
Why benu out ivhi.n you a as cikt coims AG (mihai' iiehk?
Atlin, Nugget, and   Grape   Rings and all kinds of Jo*4i.e3iv svuinu
faetitred on llie premises. '"
Fine  JS'ew   Stock   nl   Watches,  CIoc'kg,  Jewelry   fi-ud   Diannonds
Watehes from 83.00 up. A:;enls fur Columbia Oi-amopliones-
' Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Fainted China, Souvenir Spoons
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JULES'EGGERT <S- SON, atun-and-mscovi-ky.
safe* ffeposit vaults. .    Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewclrs.
They   aro   Wailmg   for   You!
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^fefe and Dry ffioeds.
fuu,
Gargaats amd M&sssa FssrmlsgMsr/if!-.
LINK " Ob*    BOOTS    and    SI-IOKS,
also    .00.1,D   SLvAL    HIP   *0*UM
BOOTS.
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Jlilusn .and
"©5$   Discovery, B. C.
Successors to  J. M. Richardson.
Canadian  Pacific Railway Company.
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ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.
Aesms* '
departs  from   Skagway
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Direct  to Vancouver   and Victoria.
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Transporting by vail or steamer to Seattle ■watlwtrt "cxlirn .elinrj{e.
FI. B. Dunn,
A Kent, SktiRway.
:iye<ititck service.     No iiitcrincd'titc ealls.
l*'or rates or information nppl.y to
*••♦•€
Atlin Assessment District.
In a fate cablegram to his government. United Slates Minister Iiock-
liill, at .Pekin, stated thai the yellow
press of the Slates is a greater peril
ihan the yellow race of China. Wc
silways thought they were about a
stand-off.
~j\7y~OTIC15 Ts-I'.ereb.v K-iven. in accordance
-L-^ with tlie Statutes, thut. Provincial
Itevenut; Tux ami all assessed taxes and income, tax, assessed and levied under the
"Asse-Miieut Act" and amendments thereto,
are now due and payable for the .vein* l!)(!(l.
All taxes collectible for the Atliu Assessment
District lire due ani! payable at my ollice,
situated at the Court House, in the town of
Atlin.
This notice, in terms of law, is equivalent
to a personal demand by me on all persons
liable for taxes.
J. A. 1*1"AS1.1",
Assessor tint! Collector.
Atlin Assessment District,
Atlin, II. 0.
Atliu. II. C. January 2nd, infill.
TI-IE-  GOLD
DISCOVERY,
C. H. Nisscn, Prop.
" HOUSE,
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F, B. "Wrong, Mgr. |<
Itestaiii-ant in Cfiiiiiestian Under
New uud Capable Alanu;rciiiciit.
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The news, that our member at
Victoria has succeeded in yelling
his amendment to the Placer.Act
passed by the House will, we are
sure, be welcome information to the
majority of lhe citizens of the district. Dr. Voting's amendment
provides that, instead of being 250
feci .square, creek claims shall be
1750 feet in the direction of the
stream and 500 feci on each side of
the centre thereof.
">«7J"0T101-: IS Hereby (riven Unit, npplira-
—'—^ tion will be made to the I'lU'litinieut
of Camilla at the next session thereof for tin
A.-t to incorporate a company to be called
"The (irtiml Trunk I'aeilic Branch Lines
Cfinipnii.v,'' «i(li power to construct and
operate lhe ftillon in*.**. auio:i,*rsl other lines
of railway: I'roin Vancouver to a junction
ivith lhe (iriiinl Trunk 1'iicillc Kailwn.v, or
In a junction with 1 lie I'tu-ilic, r'orlheni and
Oineiiiea Railway, or both; !*'r*oni n point on
li.it! north shore of Vancouver Island in a
cetteral soulhcrly or south-easterly direction tilon*.' the western side of I lie Island to
Victoria; l-'rom Dawson to a juncliou with
the Orii'iiil Trunk I'ncitle I'ltihvu.v; as well
as such other lines of raihva.v as the Company may from time tn time deem expedient
for ..pcriil ion in conjunction with the Grand
Trunk I'lieilie .System, subject, to the approval f.f lire Governor iu Council: with all
lhe usual powers ""-ranted lo Kailwny Companies hy (lie Kailwiiy Act, and iu addition
thereto the followintf powers, viz: To charter vessels, mulcts tttiil recover charges in
steamship business, to 'hold lauds, wharfs,
wa rehouses, ele, and to expropriate hinds
Iherefor: In own hotels-, ele,, and lay out.
parks: lo issue bonds tin all Its property;
to i-omitriir.r nuil operate Iriinnvnys, telegraph, telephone uud submarine lines, nnd
{i'eiiertil trnllic bridges; (o develop land and
water pollers; nciiuire patent rights; i^rmit
iiifl.t.fi si'llhuv; and to sell or lease to, fir
acitu ire ot her railways.
'V. II. lirOOAIJ,
Solicitor for Appliettnts.
Dated at. Montreal, this With day of January,
lilOU. uili-5-
The Picture that today is the -talk
of linglaud and the British Colonies:
being the first ever published showing
the Queen iu her quiet home life.
• (Frames 20 x 25 in.)
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of Montreal, the greatest family paper
iii America; for one year,'
•' "    a '  AND
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'or one \"ear.,
■Cai.i/at ot;i{ oi.-j.'ici.? and nv.v. ri'iiw PREMIUM.
This offer is open to both present and new subscribers
to  '"i'l-IK  ATLIN  CLAIM."
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M 2six��ij.**i���yjv������ihj��.*i^'^^  asSS!^a52S^��^ss33i;  I1'  , 1   '  8  171  i  A  l'"./  ' V  .   5  I   *  I1"  .(  }  , i  |l       ;'  I ' !  >{  l< '  u  li  ATLIN,   B. C,  SATXHRDAy,   MA-RCH   to? a&tl  Discovery Won Two Games.  .But The Standing of tne CurSers-of  Two To.v/iib is Even .in Poinds.   .  '"On Satmcla-3' last two 'links >��f  Alliu curlers, which were skipped  respectively by J. A. Fraser .and D..  "Ross, visited Discovery and vvcrcl  fondly worsted bv' ranks skipped by;  Si. D. Felhcrslonhruigh nu'l'C. CU-j  ���more. Tliccoinbiiuilions of iM-aser!  smd Fcthcrslonhaugh met 'hi "the!  ������afternoon and, although at-oneitimc,'  ���during lhe mulch it fippciii.ccl as. if  'the fo'nner would win out, ithe .game  j'csulicd iu favor of the .latter lov' ir  ���score of .10? to i,|. In the .evening!  Sioss find his men played a iralliai?  ���erratic game, while Gilniore and'hisj  ���associates put' up an exceptionally"  steady game Ihroughoul and won  with ease by 20 "to 6. The rinks  were com posed as follows:  ,0 r SCO vjc 1* v. at 1 .IN.  I', li. Wrong E.   M. N. Woods  A.  Gakuno A. J.-Burnside  , J'. Hampton    _     Jas. Stables  Felhcisloiiiuiugh   J. A. Fraser  . ' ' .   ���>9 . ���.-4  W. Morrison Dr. McNeill'  M. R. Jamieson     J. Cummings       [  ���J. Cartoiel   . Geo. Sinclair  C. Gihnore -���20    D. Rosi       '' ���6  One-Atlin curler informs us ��� that  an tbe afternoon match the   visiting  rink did the best curling.  Another local  curler  states   -that  i-  ���during the game i*n the evening the  home rink were "it"' from start to  finish.     ���      -  ��� There .is many a slip 'tween the.  "hack1'- and the. score-board, .etc.,  ���and the -latter gentleman vvas nearest to -the .mark. The scores 'speak  for themselves.  So far this season there have beeu  ���eight games���of which each town  won foti'r-:-played between- rinks  representing the two towns and the  .total scores are Discover 103,  Atlin 10,3. One hundred and,twenty-one ends'were played in all and  '.an- average of 1 7-10 points were'  ���scored for each end.  Playing off this tie should witness  interesting games.  Let Something- Good bo Said.'  When-over tlic'lnirTiinin.flf fi'-iei.d.f>:-.'foe  (The sliallow of disgrace shall lull; 'in-Head   I  Of words.of blame, ur proof of*! hus <sr so,  J.".t wjmclh.ii 1;: �����(>.)(!,be-Mii"!.        -    '  Poriret not that iio.leHow-beinnrwet ',  May lull so low but Dove nm.v .lift   lib:  bead;!  I'ivon.tlie eheelc off-hame with (curs is wilt ,  l.f soeiet liin^ ;.fimd be siw.l. !  -                                     ' 1  No generous heart iniiy-,r.iir*ly turn asiilt* ,  Iu ii'uys ol" s-j input li-y. no sou'l-.n dead |  Hut may awnlien M i'iiii*. anil *.ilf>rifictl,  J.f vfjiiiellmi^-MoiMl.he *-a.id.            ' t  Anil 1,01*1 chat-jro .vi*:, by th.- -t'liorirv crown,  'And   I.*.-  the cruris  ou   which  -Uie   Saviour1  bled, /  'And I-.3* .I'oiir mvn s-outi.,' hope-oV'iair renown,|  ,1-,1-t lomet hiiiM ;;ttotl-.be snifl.  ���Jinnus Wliitcomb Itilcy  'MAMh%  ���%>.sL#S9  &a  & .J*  .ju  J* J* j�� -JA  Our   February Bargain Salle its ov-ea;; hut'  as w�� ha ye .a few of those       . '  ���   Her Choice.  ��� He 11TI011 it.:eil-to t,ij;h for her.  And express a wish tfi die for hei*;  Hut ho near dropped dead  When he heard she had wed  A man who was nb'i- to buy for her.  The largest nugget found in Cali-;  r ' '  forma   vvas   the   so-called   "Oliver''  Martin    Chunk,'''    which    weighed!  0       1  over as: pounds, and when  melted':  'into   bullion   brought $36,27��.    It  was "discovered near, Camp   Cerona,  ���in ''fnoliimne county, November iS,  iS"54, lay a poor miner named  Mar-,  tin, vvlie, with a companion  named!  Fowler, vvas tramping up -ihe coiin-!  try 'to  'find ' new   diggings. " .-One;  night   they camped   in  a mountain!  catn-on    and   a   cloud-burst   came,  drownting   iFovvler.      Martin,    who  ���narrowly'escaped,   buried the body  -of his friend by the roots of a   tree,  and in-digging came upon "the huge  nugget   which    later    became   the  nucleus of a large fortune.  left,  we will -clear them mit at  .'2-S-  ^&.&&&8W:&'  We also have :a "Few Odd Lines of  -Uliiiio Lodge,  A. F. &. A.M.  Hernial* oommuniea-  tions hold on the Iirst  Thursday of ouch mouth  in the A. O. U. VV. Hull,  Third Street.  Visiting bretliren cordially invited  K,  (BARBER SHOP.  ����� ._--L .3ff*__. �� II .11 MM  FIRST STKI'ET,  F.  ATLIN.  SHIELDS, Pj-qp.  ay  '9  Pit  HSlg_S9  which  we  must  dispose -of  Regardless  of COST   PRICE,  .ar��  ,-i*    J>    J>    J-    :&    .J    JS,  ���s'F  Str. Dora Made Port.  ' ���raft Plying" Between Juneau and  11    Alutian Islands Missing* 58 Days.'  The steamship Dora, running between Valdez, Dutch Harbor and  Uualaska, missing since leaving Ko-  diak for Dutch Harbor, December  2S1I1 last, and given up as lost, arrived at Port Angeles, Wash., on  Feb. 23rd under sail. The crew of  .24 persons aud three passengers  aboard the vessel were all well.  On the night of December 28 a  ���terrific windstorm from tlie northwest drove the Dora out lo sea and  , far to the southward. She had coal  only for-one clay and the cold was  intense.    Ice formed 011 the hull of  " the vessel -and- ���impeded ���her pro-  ���grcs'sl ' 1'MnaIIy the machinery re-'  iused   lo   work   and the vessel was  ;  left   helpless   in   the  gale.     Thus  . -crippled she drifted 2,-000 miles into  mid-ocean, before the storm abated*-  -sufficiently, to permit-the-captain to  have all sails set for the purpose of  -.working his-vessel to Seattle.? She  made-slow progress and had eii-  ���counters with, many'terrible storms'  before reaching Port Angeles.  HOT  iBATHS 30 els.  The bath rooiiMi nre'-ciiiially as flood us found'  irr cities.    1'rivate  lintVaiice foi-Xadies.  us your  The Reliable Shoemaker,  ��� -   -' -   Discovhry, B. C.  *:c!*a*i:^o;*">aoa<*c(<��o.'>c'^(*c8:^c>.^^^  The Atlin Market ^  ���*��  TR  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY OF  ALL  K1TMDS,  Dressed to Order.  **Wfm ifflTfT-T"~"*I;'-~---'~TT~*T"*  C.   DOELKER     Manager.  <>^*c^.o^:o:*C'<��>':i^c^��<$*��<>%*o3C''*o.��|  ^>.-T����-0-,^.^W5,  "5*^����**5^lrflMefl(^rt^*r��**pT?'^,,,i^r.l  Rubber Boots a Specialty.  Hampton   &.   Durie,        .Proprietors.  I 13uv Fiji*"*.���C. Golclstein vvilJ  ,  fee in Allin from the 15th of March  mil til April'rst aiid will pay highest  prices for ftiiv  .Call or-leave   word  -ai Royal Hotel. '���" m.f  Discover.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION,  llcadfiuurters  for Dixon's ttngo,  -. V     ,.  .9  ' SUCC" "j.*.--  'THOMAS   f",-'  ^_..�����_����M*��-��^^r.  Wholesale Dealers m "Wines. 'Spirits m& jXigars-  Local Acmnt : M. R. Jamii-son.     I-Ikaij-Ofpici-:-: Vakcouvicu, 11. C.  AA(1VVVVAAiVV</VVVV*'.A/iiA.*"V  ^aMflian  t  . .     .CAPITAL   PAID    UP   $10,000,-000.  Resjcuvic? $4,500,000.    .,  Branches of7the Bank at Jeattie,  Sa.n Fvaneisco, ���"-  -..���''���'," 'Portlanfl,  .���"?     Slcagvvay,''0bs,  Exchange sold-on all''Points*  ���Oou�� Dust Pukchashd���Assay Op-vick .in ^Gownk.otiot-*.  D. JROSS. Man.'L.oir>.  ������Hill  P  i  ���1  .-V.-J  .:"'*  ���'}.  ���'.-' i;  '.i': r^.y*itft''S,)2KS:i*Ci!R__^^ A~  "yfo^fryjf^^^W^  '���"/.  .,*r  e/   ,,  ATLIN,    E.   C.';    SATURDAY,    MARCH,  10,     1906.  6' ���  |j  .  iii  |!t>  l-jll  1 -7  ���lv  I'll  foj ;  I'ii.-  ���c ���  liW  1 r   j  '���;���-' ���  Local Events*.  New magazines every mail at-C.  '���it. Bourne's.  The latest uuigaziaes and papers  are always on hand at Pir"*man"s.  McDonald's Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  The Whist elab will hold a-Jmsi-r  ness session at next Monday night's  meeting.  During the past* week the thermometer has ranged from 10 to 36  above zero.  The  members of the local*snow-  shoe club had a  succcss-lul   outing  Thursday, cvaiing..  . Bonnie'!*-circulating library furnishes good and chaivp reading.  The mid-week mail arrived in  camp on Liriie. Nc-xt Wednesday's  trip will bring the Amur's mail.  Mrs. Goidon E. Spragge, formerly of Atlin but now of Whitehorse;  is visiting Mrs. L. Schulz for a few-  weeks.  ' The   next   stage   rs expected'to  bring in a number of Atlinites vvho  to,, the  are   returning   from  visits  ooast and. othe�� points-  Mr. A. J. Bnruside, teller in local  branch   of   the   Canadian  Bank of  Commerce,   left  on Thursday for a  short- visit- to.Skagway.  Fresh Finnan Haddies, fresh  Smoked Halibut; fresh Eggs, and'  fresh Butter, just arrived ancl at  right prices- nt N. C. Wheelings.  Mr. A. J. Kappele, of Vancouver,  lias presented a handsome silver, cup  to be competed lor by local curlers.  It is on view at Jules Eggerl's store.  Camp Discovery, No- 19s Arctic  Brotherhood, held a meeting in the  local Workman hall on Tuesday  evening, whan four .candidates werc-  initiated.  I. Buy Furs.-���I will be in Atliu  from the 15th March until isti April  and will pay highest prices for fur.  Gall or leave word-at-Royal Hotel.  ���C. Goldstein.. nn  The local, hockeyists. will make  a determined effort to win next  Saturday's game, which will be  played in the locaLrink. Discovery  is expected to-put its strongest'team  on for-this match-.  -For 30 days J. T. Regan,will sell  McClary's Cast Top Heaters thus:  No. ioo���$io'.oo No. ,".pb���$13.00  No. 200���$11.00 No. 500-���$14.00  No. 300���$12.00    No. o'oo���$.1-6.00  Jjall WAY.jyKU.a.k!:. y��H. ��-*��i-Q'e-"?.~���  - . ���      7    '.''-. .���'.'.*.   . .*  ������  " *'���'..'v  Curling News.  Competition Games Played  Daring  Week���Wilkinson; Cup Games.,  ' The Wilkinson* cap changed  hands on Friday afternoon of" last  week when J. A. Fraser, Ike holder,  '.was- defsalovl in a** well contested  game by W. Owen, vvho stacked up  i.-ilx points Lo the formans five.  On Monday evening F. W. Doweling- tried to wrest the above cup  from the police officer, but he failed  after a Hard try. The score vvas  5 to 3 in favor, of. Mr. 0-Aven.  ! Wednesday, afternoon the cup  again changed hands vvhen D. Ross,  'who' had challenged Mr. Owen the  holder,, met aud defeated that gentleman,In" a*scora-of 7 to 4,  On Thursday D. Ross defeated E.  Rosselli by 10 lo 31  SLOAN QOMnHTITlOK. _  The first game in this com petition, which is a knock-out be'tvvcen  i-inhs, vvas played on Monday night  by the rinks ofl-iosselii and Bourne.  The game' resulted iu a win for  Bourne by 14-to 9..  On Wednesday night in a match  in this competition D. Ross'-, rink  drubbed that of JV A. Eraser to the  tune of 20 to 6.  Delivered to any part of the district;  Goods Fresh and Clean. Prices Right.  Our Motto���One price ancl fair treatment lo all-  STABLES ���� LUMSDEN.  The   iron   Store.  northern Brewing Company, Ltd,  ATLIN, B. C. ,  ,   ..._      -_ _ (  Brewers  of Lager Beer  and Porter.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  RQSS   TROPHY���S2C��ND DkAV.'  Anderson i-o, Williams 4.  Kurnside no, Owen 5.  Dr. McNeill 10, Eggert a-.  T.UI.RD DRA.W...  Stables 14, Fraser 3.  US-OWN TKOyJXY��� SECONS DKAW.  Dowling 5, Owen 4.  Rosselli 7, Fisher 5.    *-  Cummings 9, Bourne.-3*..   -    -  THIUD n.BMV.  Cummings 1,3, Rosselli 3, '���    ���"  The KOOTENAY. HOTEL  v.Pi***:*9  i**-*-***":*^*^ ���RfcRW*0*'  OPEN BAY AND NIGHT.  THE IDI'NINO-RO'��M  IS CONDUCTED  ON  STRICTLY FIRST-  ,  ;   ���     CLASS .PRINCIPLES.  MISeOVEKY CURTUNC*'NKW.S.  . The- second, competitions Tor the  :Ross and'Brown trophies have been  staited and Fetherstonhaugh-*'has  been knocked'out iu both of bhem,.  ���while Gilmore was defeated in the  \alter.    Games played were:  1      BOSS? TROPHY���FIRST   DRAW. '  ��� McCartney T2,Fetherstonhaiigli 3-  Wrong 10, Trotman 3.  '   J'amieson ro; Thomas 3,  "���   Brown 9, Cartmel 5-  Hampton ti, Eggert 7.  Sweet 7, Galarno 5.  .   Gilmore 9) Viekers 4-  Laughlin 10, McLeod 4.  ��� BROWN  TRORHY���FIRST  DRAW.  '    McDonough 8, Galarno 6.  .  McCartney 9, Trolaian 77..  ������  Cartmel 6, Morrison 5.  ;   Hampton 10, Gilmore 8.  :   Vickars 9, Fetherstonhaugh 6.  .. t .  '���.-J'   StablesiSc Lumsden   carry a. stock  I of good-groceries-  Read  the  A.T. Co."s advertise-  ��� meut ou gage 3.    It"s right.  Why use inferior gasoline  when    '    at  TLIE R��YAL HOTEL,  "DIXON. eS.  SCHiULZ,   Proprietors,  fi&rner Pearl- an*d Fiirst Streets, Atlin��� B. C-  EI-RST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST' WINES. LIQUORS AND Cll"A��3 CASE GOODS A SFtUAkTY.  I  '������..  ���y^/VS***"''*1**/'"^^  I  When   Writing,   Use  J: j# <&Ji-J* **Jt ***$*���  t  \  ! you can get 76 ancl SS�� per cent  ' Regan"s.    Atliu and Discovery.  ' '" l��- Special, Telegram.  Victoria,   B. C,   March   4.���To  Tin* A'TMN Ci.ai.m, Atlin, B. C.���  Burn,, to  Mr. and   Mrs. H. W.. E.  Gauavan, a son.���H. E. Young.  Spruce Creak Nates..  [I'rom Our. Own C'orvesiumdeiit.l  MaGiliallamlaad partners arc- setting bhein boxes for sluicing.  Ward and Ross will start sluicing  in a few days.  Sprues oreek is again beginning  to look as though there will soon  be something doing���water line.  Tom White, C. Hevvetf, R. D.  Fetherstonhaugh ancl O. Houlett  mado trips to Atlin this week.  Gold Commissioner Fraser and  \V..H..Vickens paid Spruce official  wf-its during the. week..  St. Patrick's Concert.  IS  A III   HI'  St.. Andrew's Hospital.      ,  4&  Executed Cheaply,.  Pnomptfy and Satisfactorily.  THE CLAIM OFFICE.  AN   Entertainment arranged  by- a  committee representing the Irishmen   of   the   district will   be  given in the Concert Hall of  1       THE GRAND' HOTEL,.  ATLIN,.'  ,: ON  ST.. PATRICK'S DAY"  AT' S   I'.M.  A   very   novel   and   attractive-  ���    programme'has been arranged,  for "this event.    .    .    Refreshments    will"'' be     served     at  ���   the    close    at.   the   .concert..  UICKETS   can  be  had  from  tli*  Rev. Mr. Ross and at all stores.  ,'|       ia. HisRnxsx.% '"J-tui AfcJ-ffli.  til^VvVVVV(iVSi^iA^^  And Sell for the  ?  Lowest Prices in Camp  *.3'g3aiB.*��g!.-a��':K."a��5aP'--.'��'-'

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