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 'l^;;i,Cl^^ ./'-\  y\^  29 1905  V  k  >4��^OR!A,^  o- *  :n  VOI,.   12.  ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY.     MARCH    is, .   1905.  L'9 .  TELEGRAMS.  Tokio, Marcli 12U1:���The ��� War  Office reports that the Japanese  capluicd 40,000 prisoner.1', and thai  26,500 were left oti the battlefield  by the Russians;. the numl��er of  killed and wounded is placed at  90,000. Russian losses are estimated at -over 155,000, and Japanese losses at *i 1,000."  St. Petersburg, ��� March 12th;���  ^Russia is determined to curry 011  the war. Orders have been issued  for the mobilization of snore troops.  Kuropatkiii has  asked  the   Fm-  ]jcror for permission   to   hand over!  his command, alleging   the  urgent  need of physical and mental rest.  St. Petersburg, March 1:3th: ���  Kuropatkiii admits that 50,000  were wounded during the last few  days. The Japanese have been receiving large reinforcements; Gen.  Nogi had almost entirely fresh |  forces.  New' Chwang, March -13th:���  A Japanese officer from'Mukden  says that the Russian soldier's are  surrendering in constant streams ;  they .'come'kneeling and beg for  mercy from their victors.  Berlin, March 13th :'��� A St  Petersburg- despatch declares, that  further mobilization is impossible.  The number of men required is  estimated at half a million, and any  attempt to mobilize this number  would lead to disaster and further  complicate the critical state of affairs hi interior Russia.  Chicago, March 14th:���Tweuty-  six large beef firms have subscribed  $3,000,000 to fight the Big Five  Beef Trust.  Valparaiso,'Chili, March, 14th: ���  The town of Pisagua has been abandoned by 20,000 people. Hundreds  are dying from the Bubonic plague.  St. Petersburg, March 14II1 :--  No news has yet been received  from Renuemkatupff. It is feared1  that his division of Trans-Bakal  Cossacks has shared the fate of  the Caucasas Cavalry Brigade,  which was sacrificed in order to  cover the retreat of the rear guard.  Two officers of the latter report  that they are the only survivors  who remain to tell the tale.  A Japanese force is reported to  be approaching Vladivostock,  This gives rise to tfae belief that  a siege of that place is contemplated.  St. Petersburg, March 1,5th.:���  The peasant movement is spreading into the northwest provinces  of Russia. Serious disturbances  are reported.  Paris, Marcli i6th:--The postponement of the kst Russian loan  of #120,000,000 has been definitely  announced. This will likely exert  si powerful influence towards peace.  St. Petersburg, March 15th::���  ���General Kuropatkiii, attributes his  failure to inadequate reinforcements  another blow at the defeated   Rus-  following;'reply :  sians.     Kuropatkiii   was  surprised '  on Tuesday night and had to abandon   his Kan  River   positions, having   to   leave   hurrickly,   and was  and points out the hopelessness of'  achieving conclusive results until  Russia has overwhelming; forces in  the Hast.  St. Petersburg, March ��� rBtlr:���  A battle is now raging north of  Tie     Pass.  Tiie Education Bill.  The   Fritz  Miller .Memorial  The   School   Staard   of   Trustees  communicated    with   Dr.  ' Young,  M. P. P., at' Victoria, in reference  to the Kducation   Bill,.as  far  as it1  Oyaaua    is    striking  would affect Atlin. and received thej  again obliged to burn a large  amount of supplies. The Japanese  forces are now working their way  to the north of Tie Pass in order to  surround the Russians. Kwrdpat-"  kin will then have to out his way  out or surrender.  Skating Carnivals.  Everybody knows of the greatest  fancy dress carnival in the history  of Atlin that is to take place tonight at the Atlin Rink.  A grand skating carnival is advertised to be held at Discovery on  Saturday evening, March '25th.  Prizes will be given for fancy costumes, etc. The Spruce Creek Orchestra wEM be in attendance.  ���' Victoria, li. C, Marcli Kith, lilfla.  "School uiiittaTS lmve rcwived any careful,  lit tcntioti.    Arrangements tiilder considers  tion will lie satisfactory to trustee!,.  '      , II. 14.  IToirNG."  According to the new Bill, the!  people of Atlin would have to raise  $700 ' towards the support of the  School, the Government contributing t'he balance, whereas, heretofore, the Government -have borne  all expenses, paying the teacher's  salary and incidental expenses,  amounting, in all, to $1,300.       c  Mr. W. J. Davis delivered a lecture to the pupils of the Atlin  School on Friday of last week.  He chose for liis-subject: " Knowledge,"and dealt with the true  and ffhe false. The pupils ' and  others pmeseiit listened to the discourse wath rapt attention.  ATLIN    GOLD    FIELDS.  li'O NTIS       lilvH.]  Geology.  The following summary of the Geological conditions in the Atlin  District is in part extracted from the reports of J. C. Gwillim, B. S. C,  late of the Geological Survey of Canada. The general geological  features of the Atlin District present -great encouragement to prospectors, as there-are numerous contacts of rocks of different geological  eras, -and dykes of igneous rocks penetrating tiie older formations.  flacfr  'FonKRafioms. -  The rock masses forming the basins of the productive gold bearing-  creeks of the District belong to the Palaeozoic period and embrace tfhe  magnesium rocks oi Pine, Spruce, Birch, Lower Boulder, Otter and  Wright Creeks;: the Biotite slates of Upper Spruce, Otter and Wright  Creeks; and the A-ctimolite slates of Upper Birch, Boulder and Ruby.  Creeks.  Erupliwes.  Surrounding this era we have rodk i'onmation-soi'th-e Mesazoic and  Palaeozoic periods, and a small .area at the head of Ruby and Volcanic  Creeks of the Ceuozoic period.  G5i>anite5~  From a range of liiEls culiiminaling -m Minrro M-own'tani, bounding  Dower Picae Crock to the aiorth-west. we have a Jaige :a.rea -of .granite  which extends beyond the dimwits of Atlin Lake, also a lless extensive  area west, north  and east of Sin-prise Lake,  and  isolated  intrusions  throughout the District.  Limestone.  Carboniferous limestone, generally crystalline in cbaracl-er, forms  mountain masses to the north -awd west of Momiit Minto, .also the  ranges on bot-h skies of Taku Ami, for 20 miles southward from Tagisb  Lake; the limestone also occurrs in irregular patches and bands in the  Biotile slates and ^uartziteson the divide between'Otter and Wright  Creeks at the contact of the Biotite slates wit'll the niagnesiiwn rocks of  Spruce Mountains and forming tli-e Laurie. Range, west of Dixie Cr-eek.  '". Granite.  Granite porphyry -of Birch Mountains on Teresa Island, and  Cathedral  Mountain, at the head of Teresa Cbannel.  Porphyry.  Porphyry, andesite and basalt occur as ranges to the south and  west of Atlin Lake-  Sandstone, Conglomerates.  Sandstone sand  conglomerates -surround   the .soutbern s'hores of  Atlin   Lake,   and   forna  mountain  masses   between -'Taku  Arm  and  Atlin Lake.   ���  ���Quartzites  The distribution of cliirty quartzites is very wide between  Atlin  and Teslin Lakes, Consolation Creek, the basin of Gladys Lake and  River and other areas in and around Sucker River.  The meeting of the incmbers -of  the committee appointed 'to 'collect  funds .towards establishing a memorial to the 'late ."Mr. -Fritz Miller  was held at the Court _-H011.se on  Thursday last. Mr. J. A. Fraser  was appointed .cliaintnaii, and the  secr-elar}'., Rev. F. I,. Stephenson,  presented his financial T<eport. A.  total of .-$74-8.25 has been raised,  and .the object of the ��� meeting was  to arrange ihe form ;the memorial  was te take. The action of the  comini.ttee, formed of the chairmen  of the several colLeoting>comniiUees,  was confirmed ;in respect to the  proposed memorial taking a double  form., viz.: part of;the fund to be  applied to the erection of a suitable  headstone at the grawe of the late  discoverer a>nd a ipart applied to the  fouudingof a Fritz Miller Memoriail  Fund, to be applied to .the building  of an operatingiroom at theHospital.  A resolution was passed, setting-  aside the sum of $500 for the purchasing and erection of .a monument  at the grave, and the -secretary was  instructed to procure .quotations on  a polished Scotch .g.ranite as well as  a Coast granite stenefrom 6 to 8 ft.-  high, aisd a committee formed of  Messrs. K-occo. Koford, Gapt. Ha-  .thorn, J. A. Fraser .and Sam Johnr  stone, with tb.e secretary-treasurer.,  Mr. F. L. Stephenson, was appointed to order the stone .and attend to  the erection of the same. Messrs.  Canceller and Carmichael spoke  against spending such a large portion of tke fiiiiid on a stone, when  an operating ward, so much .required at the Hospital, would form-  .sucii a fitting and worth}' memorial to the late discoverer, but  Messrs. Koford, *Rose, Woods.  Johnstone and others emphasized  that the stone, if any was to be  erected .at all, should be large and  of the best material, and JS500 was  the, least .amount that could be  spent upon it. In .this connection,  .the secretary reminded .the.meeting  that flic Pacific Coast Steamship  Co. and the White Pass .& Yukon  R. R. had both offered to transport  the stone practically free of charge,  so .that .the bulk of .the $��00 would  be available for tiie purchase .of a  stone at the Coast.  A resolution was also passed-thai  flic balance of $250 .be applied to a  fund to erect an operating room ru  fhe Atlin Hospital, to be called the  Fritz Miller Memorial Operating  Ward, aihd that further subscriptions be solicited by the members of  the original committees to sw.eif'i  tiiis amount.to the required $700.,  .the estimated cost of .the irootn.  The AtHn Claim was asked to give  notice that the Memorial "Fund ic  still open and allnvho have not already subscribed (havestill that op-  portuuity. .AIT amounts now received will go'to t'he building ol '.he-  operating -ward. The -secretary-  treasurer., Mr. E. L. 'Steplieuson/oc  any -member of t'he committee orig-  Inally appointed at t'he ���public-meet-  ing beld on August's&thlast, m*  anthorized to 1r.ocei.u2 .-sudli tiLcr.it-  jioMiL .  -J3f< '' i.  ATl,Jlv;;;:;B::;vC.,:. ' S AT^RD^A;^;^  '(���  (Hi-:  1  life  ik  |;B.j  P?;;!  If if  ifv-  JR.-  trnwrttMuauat-WMva  >FMt  uin:-uaiffl  1 II Ii A i I.IN CLAIlM in puulibihtli irvcnv- Saturday  .   r/soriNinn.    mailcd   run:   to   any   I'Anj^or the  '��� wftViiln'Tor. ao   c'cfiTa'pcn' isonTn;'.1jG.c��o; peh  ,yr,Mi.     AiivrnTtsii.'r. HA-rur. :<-*i..oo iv.h inch cr.cm  ;''.: 1'ihi.Kyo.ti;  hcawing hoticcs, 3C ccntk-a lin'c  ?..ni:.;!.-,,   >:r,TCa   on   rpi-lcA-non.'   '. -'������        ,'  "7 , ; ���.'.'iv.IOR j>K:lNTIN(i'-: " '���' 7  ' ,  \.i'.:  DILL-HEADS,      . !  , -     POSTC R D, VIOITIMC.    CA H D S  IXTTEtt-HCAOSi .. PIlOC.nAM Tfl CS,; .  CTC. ,   ETC, '  \ bllDfl'lia-PtlOMITUY   CXCCUTLD. I.:        '::  ' ..''       .'   pnicES  r.ioDcniTf:.  "Till! -A'-n.lN  Ol.Al M    l'OlUjISIllNCi Co. -  A.C.'llinscii iniiji), l'lioi'iii etoii. 7    7'"7  ������-"'"'��� v.JAmkh, Sijii'sos, .VIan-joki:'.  ';:.-: \Yc ���- p u hi i sir clod ay - t1 Ye ./re' pot to f  - themeeting of,t he; Fritz Miller M.e-  '������.:'���' uiovial ;;Funcf ��� 77 In '-.coYi'sldeYing -a he  '���"''������ disburseiiient ol'; thei^Tviiicl, weibe-;  ..ylicv^.jliat'^  -riiateiii; !ts\distrilnitiptrbf:_the;;$756:  subscribed.   .-'.���What could perpetrate'  the  memory; of the discoverer  of  \ the  Camp ,'in :a   more  fitting  aud:  7vbeautiful manner -than   giving, thei;  ��� --.-bulk .of the fund raised; to ;fielp'  :deviate human suffering or to help  ;.-;.;to,facilitate the/ delicate/and .often.  ^dangerous; -operations/7a t /the:Atlin  : i.Hospital'-? ::We-'.thiiik   flVat a niuch  ;;smaller:'amount:: -'than$500would  -: ha.vey/erected/7a   neat andidurable  7 head'stonein the Cemetery, ; ancl-vye  :;are sure  that /those/ nearest; .and  -  dearest to .Mr.' Miller; will '���'.���agree  7 with us/ that   a./-living, useful 'me/  ;::uidriaf:is   a .truer, -better;aiid/more  las t i iig/ t r i b u te/; to ��� ;t b e y in em dry; '--'.of  ;:vMrr7MUler-/tha'n^-ab  y mbviuipcnl^coulclGvev, "be.'.--.--7\Vte.ouLy.  hope  thatyahe  committee  will   be  successful /in. ,its;yendeavors to sup-  piement the $250, which has. been  "voted for the purpose of helping to  build  the/Fritz   Miller/"Memorial  ,- Operating Ward,,so that the suffering /.will   have   cause  to ��� love   the  memory   of the  discoverer  of the  .Aliiu Camp.  thawed out later in the season1.;'''//7  - Iii the. latest /issue .of-the iij C.  Miiiiug'Ivrcchange, there .'appears a  very, able' article, written,: by Alrs7:  Dr..Youiig,:reviewihg iniiiing>oper-  atiofis in the/Atlin1 District; during  the past winter and 'dealing with  the/outlook,for the coming summer,  illustrated by;photos of the under-,  ground workings,'. of. Messrs.; Can-  celle.!-, Tierce; &/Co. pu/Pi ne/Crec-k,:  take"n;.b\,;;Mr^/A.^ Carmichael,/aud a  view of Atliii:frbui7First/IslaiKl,/b}-  Mr;;A; C./l-Iirschfeld/-. ' 0; .' ;   ' 7 : ��� ���  iriaiMi  lias  m  ���i-tf  m>i ��w ��� m rr*v*v***r*  Mimiiir News.  . After a careful examination/ of  the drifting operations going on, in  tire different sections of the District  this winter, it:is safe to predictfhat  from the -prospects obtained auclthe  quality of .ground available; Atliii  will afford satisfactory returns from  its deep drifting for many years to  come. By-reports from all quarters,  good wages are being, made, with  reasonable 'margin".beside, and all  those'engaged in work, are highly  satisfied.  ���Miners as a class are men' of un-  dauuled courage and imbued with  ���iiiith in their iiudcrt.akiugs, lippe  ior.llie results and charity, toward  all. May their faith in the gold  fields, of Atlin be realized in the  fullest iini-.ioii of their most sanguine hopes.   ,  From tiie- Victoria"������ Daily. Times'!  ���~���A.^Hi /Jifoiniy,,.'.who/.has'   lately'  beeii ; carryiiig-- oil v Miiiiiig: opera-1  lions hr Mexico, .has;, afriyed vin: the:  province oil liisj way to;Atlin/ -'-He  was formerly in' tlle:canip as engi'ii--  eer/of tlie/Niinrpd Syndicate.../ Mr/  Bromley.kuows:the district,'llicre-'  fore/: aiid. has ever)' .'faith in ils'pro-  ducti'o.n.."/  He/ is/, joining  ;R://D.'  Feilierstouhaugli in a Spruce Creek  proposition..,:,;; The.^iiitentibn;; is/to  work//these, claims  by ;meahs:/of a  steam - shovel, which, lias never yet  been   tried /in -,:  the/ Atlin  ; camp,;  tlioiigh tiie hiaciVine has been   su,c-;  Cessfully tested' in;/the :Yrikon./: -By^  this method of mining, nbt'-bnly/is.  the cost greatly reduced/ but .the  difficulty about shortage   of water,;  6ne'of. Atiiu's-chief;drawbacks, is,  to ;a   large-  extent,//sply'ecl."// Mr.1  ;-F.etliers'to.uhaugb.:;.'-h;as ���been.qiiietly  arraiiging his plans^.fbr-;s6me;; time  past, aucl lias nearly coinpleted ��� the  details   for   the -organization ,of   a  'smallviocal compaiiy/to tjp'perale  the  properties by the means"mentioned.  These matters'will'-sooh: be;settled,  and   then,   in   company  ;with; Mr. ���  Bromley,, .he   .will/, leave, for .the  north", so as to be able  to. make .'an  early start.  ..-������' . . ..-"-;. '.  ' The "Victoria-Times-also' prints a  view of the town of A tlin,-itaken  from the Brewery Point. ���"���;  7;7 Why SKNii out; wi'i'kn' vbu'cAx-cirrdiums ,vs: ciikaj". m'.its'.? ; /("f; ���' ���  'Atlin, Nutjcjet.and   C-rapo  Ri��.cjs  iunl ������iill:ltJj'Mlsxit/.U--iv'di-5-,.,iiiniKii  faotiii-cil.;-.oii'tlMj.-|irciiii'��os.'...; ;'.   . ������ -. ���;_        .-���:'.; ���'.'.,-';.        :.-- .,,.-; ',. ���'���.'.",'.-'-. ' '  .      Fine   Now  Stock VA'   Watches,   CtocV.s,-..'Je-welry   iiinl   Diamonds  ; Walclics rrbinl?5.00 ii|i.;    ��� .,:;'     ::   ' .���������'���'-;  .';'-,..;  Silvoi-vjai-e.'CutGlss's, Hand Paintecl China, Soiiyehi:- Spoons-  JiJLES^flfiEfiT>^5tfN;  'K ... J'ifP,,    ATl.lN  AKD : DlSeOYKKY,  ''-WAfCHMAKERS^mND::^ANU  ATU N  ;&.,..DISCOV.E RY.  ������������-���,'   .,~���-__r-r...:���-^.��+-.'-^L_.���X.i~^--:.;.  -\.- ::.  -<l)*d  :;7/j;7/::'-;/;-/-;/;/;:THE:/LATEST;';;S'm  '���'.:>v;:V/:':���,.-,-. ji^/.:Gold;'-Seal:':Gum-:i'Bcibts: J-':-;  ,.s,///:  Our .Goods are the/Best an^O  pyritis ."giyes-"-'- 15/'���' ounces ��� ih ��� goldf;rrtie  aiicl -35.;S ounces' in :silver:per tbu/df ' -  ore./������ -The; ��� .'high".;.;;ya'luesv;ol)taiii'ed  from ; this/propertj-;::conibinecl \\yth  the.natural facilities- for economical  workihg./will; fanlcit;.as bne;bf/tlie  tnibryo".: bbiianzas ;:of7:the .: Atliil  .;i5istrict^.\;/:^:0'vV-vV-:-----^^  ";:.;--The'.';.discoverer,;-��Mr. 7fS!C--Pro-^  basco, who! only arrived7. here y'last-  spring to prospect ifor.: quartz,, .may  well \be -congratulatedy:onMiaying  struck it riclfduriiighis first season.  World's Gold '��utjpiit; for 1904  .    Beg    to   ".'announce''  7;' ,7-that they7have-:re-/  opened and are.ubwy.  ;.//7 read \7 ��� fb r7 b u si 11 ess, ^  /-;: They tak-e vlhis; op-;  15 111 fibM.l:J: T^T _foriiier/jMifroiis/;  aiid-respectfully/solicit llie'drfurther,  patronage;/ ./'-'.iw^si/'i^.'"^^^/?,-//;;-'  ,''7/7c', ������ ���'Pr-0-p.rtetress.-,,-;-  ;E;/M;/N.;::;WOGpS,;  7'' BARRISTER-AT-.LAW.:7:-  '-���:*;  : In thesuit of Caliaghau vs. Johnson, Mr. Woods, .solicitor for Mr.  Callagliaii, moved to set/aside -the  execution. He received yesterday  a; wirefrpm his agents' in -Vancouver, stating that ''.all-proceedings had  been, set aside. :-     ::  7 Consolation Creek mining season  opens7June 15th, about two week-  ahead of Atlin District, which  opens July;2nd.'  Quartz  lining;.  Open sluicing will commence  next week around Discovery,' I'iu'e  ('reck. Messrs. lien. Nicoll and  Frank Milbiy and Messrs. , AI.  Toots and ;/,d. C.uddard- who are  working an adjoining claim, intend  blasting the ice on the creek and  laying sluice boxes, into which  they will dump the dirt direct from  their drifts, instead of adding to  their, already large dumps, which  cannot  b-j  sluiced   until  they   get  ,    The Sunbeam   Mine, situate near  the'headwaters, of Boulder Creek,  and within half a mile of the wagon  road,    exposes   a    large   ledge   of  sulphurated quartz, carrying high  values   in   gold   and   silver.    The  lode is  70   feet   wide, composed of-  gray and white quartz, highly impregnated with  'gold   bearing iron  sulphides and  brittle sulphurels of  silver.    The country rock  on both  walls   has  the   appearance   of   an  amygdaloid   with quartz tilling and  rather resembles the main; reef conglomerates of Witte Waters Rand,  South   Africa.    A   long, deep  surface  cross-cut   was  completed last  autumn,   and    from   rock   recently  assayed at the  Provincial   Government's  assay  office,  the  return in  values from the lode of quartz and'  /;It is estimated'that the'tptafput-  pnt of gold  by- the whole world for  1904 reached, the enormous figures  of $340,000,poo.: _ Prior to 1903 the  annual, output of .gold iu/ihe world  had never but once exceededc$30.o,-  000,000, and that was iii/iSgg.'Ayheu.  the  aggregate   was   $306,700,000.  The   yield   in   South   Africa   was  about/$73,ooo,ooo in that year and  practically all in  nine months.    In  September/the Boer war; broke but  and   the   mines'   suspended   operations.    - For 'two   years -the   mines  were closed   and .the  world's   production was reduced to; $255,000,-  090  in- 1900 and  $263,000,000  in  1901. 7 Siuce^lhen.T. chiefly/ by the  recovery   of.  the    Transvaal/the  world's  yield   has-1 steadily  risen,'  amounting to $296,000,000 in ��902  and $325*000,000 in 1903,-    At this  writing it is impossible to give, final  ,figures  for . 1904, but / $34o, 000,000  is approximately right.  i--.': 1-ln'ii talccMi an Office at Uooni 1, Gol'l  .i;-_-,lli)_n_.S<.s.-.-,.-l.)isuqvi5i-y...... Otliu.o,... Hours���-. J .  1   Tuesdays, Tli.iii-si:irij-s7ViiiiI\'Sutt'i"riltTysV7~'^'"'  ^   fi-om' o. to s p'/in.: , .   . ;7': ':,':.    ..'.>.':  ::W^IcFarIaiieo:G.;E.:  .'���A.TT./I.jSr,.   33.'   C.  Tmm@g ������&urifey,:&i5M  Plans rtnt!.Specifications for Slcnni Shovels and  .Hydraulic Plants on -oppliciitioii.  IIOTEiv.YANaiPER;  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED WITH  THE    BEST   OF   GOODS  DISCOVERY, 13.  C.  Stables & Iuimsden make a specialty of Fresh Fggs and Butter.  ��MKnm  Tasty   meals,    fii.-e .liquors,   good  cigars, and soft beds, make it a '  .   pleasant home for all  travellers.:  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor  Y  If you want to have the portrait  taken of yourself or'children,���we  shall try and please you.  We will lake out-door or underground pictures, 2>XA x -['/���:������ plain  mounted, at the following rales :  $5.00   per   Uoz.  3.00     "      Half-Doz.  5 x 7, mounted : /���,���:.'.  $8.00   per   Doz. i  5.00     "      Half-Doz.  Picture Post Cards :  $3.00.Per  Doz. or undoi  ATLIN  STUDIO.  Dixon   &   Schulz;  ft  Proprietors..  Discovery.  'OI'KN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RFSTAURANT  IN  CONNKCTION..  Ili!iiil(|iinrtfrs  fop I)|.\oii's slaire.  BATHS  BAKI3FR SHOP  Tf  SlIIl'I.DS   ct   F.IJDV   DUKIIABI.  Now ii(!i!iiii.v llioli- ii.iw iMiiit'lurs no.-it  to I I.u Haul; of II. N. A., l-'irsl St.i-out.  The Imlli roomsnro o^uully as ^ooil as found  in cities,   fi-ivutu Knti-amio for iudies.  '��� A ���  J  m  1  ��� ���- -.''1 .ATLIN.^ 'B'.: C.;,/7S Attp.3iC,A^:.;3lAtiCT:;:=  j.��.f,���' .1^57  :T  :3k��]  l^^Cfs,      Importers -arid: ��^  w<  .'.U^'k/gsr/  7'/-jS^^iK?T';'';  carry ,a: full line of the celebrated Gold Seal/Rubbers and Overshoes-    'Remember every Wtinle "we ^ell/we guarantee to be first/:lass.   7''my''<���K*-a       "Jy '���/-// /L:7.v'-:v..-''; ���/'���������.^������7'-':'7.r ^ ���'������'���''''���;'.'' :7-' ::7     -'';-''���777/;'; -aa7 ���'���-���.'��� A.'S.citqss/pimfi.':  Staple   and   Fancy   .Dry   Goods,  ���Ladies' and Gent's Fell SIip.pers,,  Ready-Made   Clothing.,  'Co(ius i>i7i,ivi.-,iii;i> rmi.ur-n.v <>r>  Ladies'   Underwear.  --'���'-   o-.-:        ������ -   --   - ������������:-,,-- ,  -  7 .Men's   U.ticfei-.we.ar.,  yBoots,   Shoes, Etc.  Wa^  'ic larger than ever and all .at close/cash prices./'  'The Celebration 7c>f 7St.y Pat-  /y rick's Day.  ���/',:;:y;;.,7'^t/l^irick;s7Dsiy^/-Sya's;7-{itl-ingly  7,'celebrate-d..iii A.tliii yesterday .'.by-, the  - v;sons ufliriii and their friends/ /7J it  7Hie   eveiling': a/"successfill7 concert  -':���:'    /aiid social/w'ifs ;giveti'in lhe Pres'by-  ., Aerial Clt urch liyllie "Ladies' TAiix-  '-������'''���7--';iiliary.;;-"--,--.-/-''-y:'-.:'--:-7?,-.:r '.A- .-��� 7-:y:7..y.'A-���-.-.--;--  y.;��� .Rev;~R. Tu rki11gton occ.upicd/t 1 ie  /y/Tchair; aiicl/l 61 dAvlial lie kiiew'of St/  /.,7/"Patnck^^  7;,:;y;;agi'ee tlia-tv/he:, was/ettl-ier/an Irish-;  y/aiiaii7ybr/ ScoiclMiiaiij /��is^7cli.jrfe1-e:Yit  //��� -iiistoriaiis'elalni, lie said: ;-liey/;\vas7a  ���', character ; !wli.am/- a.11 .;agfeedV/was;  7 ; wpj\Lli3"o'f ihcai'or..-?.'"./  /The   opening    chorus,  . ''"Three  y:-.-;;���.'/Leaves  of 7.Sliauirock/',i;'was7;-weil  ;.���'; gendered/ by'/the/yclioir/.of/yyouiig  77    ibices :: Misses Agues Smith,./Jennie  '/ /'.".- _McD o ft aid, 7 --. E tlie'l/  PiIlnian/-yJosie  -7 ;YDoel.kef;77Hazel /Hartshorn, .'Nellie  ;7-yA&tables/faird Nbrriiaii -Taylor, Lyalb  /77;Fraser,;Doi^l&yTa3^or,.and7iL'llau-  /..y /"{Eraser..; 7/ .7' A/'-;.:";/.'..'','; /:7';-"v77:'/7y-;'/7':'":  y/.//;/;' MT.yyl'ui'kingtoiPrrecited:'''Pad-  7/: / <dy's Courtship ^7 aslulieyiia'dlieeti'  V 7 :.thiiougii:'tlie/in'ill liinisdO'"//// ? ���///"  /  7> 7/;HazelA���Hartshorn .-and/-/: Nellie  -y;   Stables'' yduet,:/''::RIooii4ight.:.;at.7Kil/  A//. ilar'ney,:"/\yas:'prettily'' su'ugA   / /a ���'-.������:������  ... ?���-."-'.���  Isie-w talent-���was- drawn 7- upon-'iii  /"7;"tthe/rpersou/6;f Mjr7Wr/jni)avis/'wlio  a-ecited;   " Thet 'Boys,:'' T)y.Oliver  Wendall -Holnles.ywith great effect/  -7 '��� y.:M:rs; .Jacob/son, also, bad not been:  ���'. sh'ea'rd previous .to 'last night.'   Her  .... '..ts'blo, '.'.'."��� Jennie, the .Flower. oL Kil-  -dare,"    was   warmly   encored,    to  ���whidiii   site tresponded with   ''Men'  / .'.-ar.fiSuch Deceivers."..,  ./. The -wonderfully pathetic recita-;  ,'..- iidii, '" The 'Volunteer .''Organist,";  "'.''was. feelingly."rendered'by birr local  /iblacksMikh,Mr. Jones. ,  ' ���.   Mr. J: Stables' strong'voice was,  3i.esvr.d .to  advantaged 'in ''An: irisli-j  . juan'Vs Toast," and his rendering to  - _ .-an encore,- '-'-Off to:Philadelphia in  ���-���'���' ilhey.Moiutiiig,"   was   clapped with.  7gyreat    gusto 7 by   an   :appreeiative7   .audience.    ��� .....:.......>....   ,.  Rliss Ktlie'rPillnia:ii..was'quite at;  ��li6m.e in a.-.dialogue .with:-Miss Josie  '. '  3)oeTlcei-,.-entitled "Mow/Two Girls'  -Study their Lessons,'" .and we -hope''  ��� ahey are not  suffering . from   heacl-  -ache today from the studious appli-  ���cation to" their lessons, and that the  .-great   question   of  the   hour���-the  ���awarding of the   Wilkiiison Cup���-  ���will be settled to   their  and   every-  ibody else's satisfacliou.  The   song,    "Those   Undeariug  "Young Charms," was well-sung by  '.. INcllieStables.  '_/_  This part of the |irogr;.imnie coii-  ���cluded with another chorus by the'  ���jjhoir., "There's ;lDear Spot-in  iTelaud," alter which everyone eii-i  joyed a good social-'chat around the'  .tables, which 'were well supplied;  with -tea, coffee,: cake, etc'  We hear .that'$35 was realized as  ii financial result'from this, success-;  ��ul   enter! ainiiici'it    given   by   the  ladies of St. Andrew's Church. ������������  /:;;:,77:;i::/'(^RLIpJG..7';:   7//  7.-Tliere,.lias,beeii. no, bieb-of-cxcite-,  lnent ytlie'7])n-si:y/week-';anioug77thei  participants of t'be:i(oariiiggainer7 j  ;/Mf.D.'Rossstill holds/.tlie   VVil-  tdnsbn/ Cliallenge  cupYigain^l all  'C^iiipelitpTS;//M:/.;r:''7'::j:':-'-//'77'-.'-;-7-7--.'-7y!  /!��� he secoiicl ;serics'.--pf contests for  iUie Fetherstonliaugli cup,; during/  'the-pastweek^iresulled/as -IbHows ::  -.1. II. liicliai-dsoii,.;��� ys.,l.;Y\'. I'attorsoM,.; ,^-  N. G. \yinj.ciliiiH-,/...'.'.). 7. 7IC. 'J*ii rid iift-ton,..-.. 7li  H/lliilil, ;...7.7.7... :ii: 'J.Stabl(-s,.v..7;/77/ V  ,:U'.S:Tuyyoi-;/;n/7;l'l77 w/��.Y3^  1).--Uoiis,'..:..':..-.���,;.-..'.'���.��� ..8..,/ ^..Sii'mison:..:';..'.. 7  U.:'M.,N. \yoons,./..;ld;/7-'.W:j7l)avis,7;Y...77 7:  .1. A710-iisor,v.:.77;.^7:y/GooUSiiiclaiiv.::77:.  \W. J/Motfai-laiie; liyo  '/;.J-1.7:Yqiiiiiffv'iiii.>soiit.'-  /��� yTwo teams from; Discovery.c^bne,  ���down. :to, Atlin; last- night- to play  ;6iir;libme players,;/ ;;yA large/crowd  of spectators;y';froiu whpiii; came- all  ..kinds "of.-: free:-encouragement,;;;Wit-  uessed ' the'- game./ //Fd./ Helgren^  Burt/Blazing', Tdmy Wassoii ancl C.i  Gilmdre,;: '.skip/.7-/.for//" Discbvery,.  played Clias;7Eonrne,/NvCv7V\'heel-:  big,'a Ceoyy :SincIair;7aiYd::yb. ���: Ross^  skip,/lpr/AUin,:'resulting/J,/to Siiv  favor of Atlin.;/'/ 7-,'"';y7:y'y'v;:y;7; ;y /7-r  ://The;second/division Of Discovery'  players./ Frank;-:Miller!vJ;- Cartmel.j  Wm.yVickers and^F/jMoblej^/skipj'  played yF./R.osselli, /:J. /C u in mings/:  F:/ Rid'd. Yiud';7F;::7.;M;; /N'./'febods  ^B.^-.-  :mB:Mnjwm.A^^BX:^  \u-  m  :RESH   KRCSSED   MEATS. ,also  POULTRY; OE ALL.  KINDS,   Dressed to/Order!./  C/   DaELS^ER'   rVIanagen.  .^>#>>>.��Wf^^)^^5P;��;��^^y:^.*'>^eyi  A3r��^ft��iKff;P;��i;S'-^��'S'i8!tf  wm^j/mbrimiGHiL  THIi TnNI-^  p';  ���������&���  7P:  "'B'  Y>  ���' '<  "K:  r-P'  ��� <���  .B  '1  '% '  1"-TT1  ���DISCOVERY,   B.C.  ;ST3R/EGrI?LY l/i^EST "GJi^SS.:  JOE    ROSS,    Proprietor.  :,sta. ;:k ; se-si^iyjccfsr :a.\-���-;��� cojs-jnjcctjo>t."'  ���'-.-&"���:  .p...  .  0    :  ?-��-/  0 ���.,.-  :-P/:X  0  -P7"  ' S"  "B/  '/���a :"���  ��� 1-! .-'  ./iJ,  H  ��  ������'-K-:  -,-'H.'-  ���o;  skip, but   this was  also "a7;wiu for  Atlin/ by 6!l:o;.5."/:,:/      ���'//'  "Apples; in /aii}' quautities can-be'  had at vStables & Dumsden's. ���.  .F>...  -ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS   ..The .fallowing Sailings ' are announced for the mouth of March,  leaving Skagway;-at:S:p7iii';A    "a-'':-  Princess .May :'/March. 6th,   r6th.  ., 26th aud.April 5H1. 7  ..-.���-For further- in formation, .apply- or  write to   /;���   H/ B. Dunn, -Agent, '  - :Skagway. Alaska.  T  DIXON    BROTHERS,    Proprietors  AV//77     ;/p  ."''���'"   ~ ���". .'--".;   ���'.... a. - ��� ^ :    -������'-... 'm  Freighting and Teaming!       ^        Horses and Sleighs for Hire.  9,  V. ".TRCrrMAN,1  Marfagor.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  Last Chanr.e Mineral Claim.  Musical     lustrumciits,    Strings,  ��etc, for sale at C.  K.   Hour tie's.  SlTUATB'IS THE  ATLIN M IN TNG -DIVISION OF'  Ca.ssiaii   DisTuurr, .i,-oNsra;rrN-ii   op  tiih.  -. Last Ciianch Minhiiai./(Ji,aiji. ' Wiikke  ljOOATIi.1) ��� HlJTH-KUN IIIKCII ANll  l!lU71.1IKII  Ciikekm, N'oiith oi-- Pink uhi-ikk.  rr-iAICIi N'OTKJt; tliafc I.',, il. If. .Jii'niicsiiii,  aji'O'it for i\V'. II. lirowii. .Ki-imi. .Miner's  Ciii'tiljciiti! n:i.|,ii!HI,. mid 'J. il. Uowiiiuy. I'roe  .MIiiim-'s Ccrl.illuiiti! nill.SllJ, miii .lolm Wnoils,  Fi-ims Minor's C(!i-I ilk-iito, li:ll,S'.)2, intunil, lid  iliiys.fi-oin iliilc hnroor l.o ujiiil.v to I lm .Mining;  Ki.'i:oril(.'r for 11 t'c*rtiIlirnl<��� of .LmiirnviHiiont;  Tor I lio |iin-|i(isc of olitiiiiiinyu C roVv 11 (}ru nt|  of Ilio nlio\'n elaini.  Ami furtlit-r luiit' nolit-i: tlntt. itul ion, nmlpi-j  SiH:t ion  117. inns!   lio ('oiiiiiioikhmI   luiforo tlio  isslllllK.'l.'df Ml till (JlM'tilil-lltl! of I ini'i'oviMiK'iil.  Dutisil (hisllli liny of .Miu-i-li, l!lll."i.-  ���M'.at!ai\.Mii-:'soN, i-'..M.f.:.ii:ii,S!'-i.  Queen Charlotte Mineral Claim.  SlTL-A'J.-li  IN TICK  ATI,IN   iMlfli   MlNIMi   DIVISION   (>!���-   UAHMIAI!   DlHTHICT.     WliKIIE   Ul-  catkiii���On Union iMoi.-nt.ms, Hkad of  l-rri-i.13 Si'midii Ciiei-.i;.  rpAlvl-;'NOT.i:CH. tliii.t1' r, Henry Xieiiolson,  ' " Krci! Minor's (iurtillcuti! No. n:il.701, intunil, sixty ilavs froiii tliu <lato lioreof, to u|>-  ply to the Al.iuiiijf.UMcorrfor for 11 Cortilhrato  of liniii-ovcinoiit, for t.li(i')iiii'|KiHi; of obtain-1  ingc a Croivn Grant, of tin; abovo claim.  Anil fiii-iliisr tnlio notico lliat aolion, imi1i>r  suction  :17, must In; eonuiKMicod   lic-foro  flic  issiianunofsiioliCiM-tilluitlnof ImiiroviMiioiits-.  Dutiul this Dili (lay of l'YI.riinry. A. 1). lima.  .IIK.\U.Y.XI'C1I01..S(>.\-.  CIIOit'EST WINKS, LIQUOnS AND CIUAKS���G\SU GOODS A SI'tCIALTr.  The  ���ma&im\- m^:m  / ,/ CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $10,000,000. -..������.','.'  ���        Rhskkvij',; $3,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at ieattio, ..','���  Siin FranGiseo,     .  Portland.  / Skagwivy.tet-c.  Exchange soSiS on all Pohvlis.  Coi.d Dust Pukcuashd-  A.SK.AY   Ol'l-'ICK   IN   COKXljCl'IOH. '  -..,   D.  KOSS, Manager.  'VANCOUVER  SPECIALISTS   ITM  NGINEBRINfi'  VANCOUVER, B. C.  mm,  .. HYDRAULIC   'GIANTS, WATER   <GATHS,  .'.RIFFLE   -BA.RS, .STliEl, RIV.KTTED    PIPE, ,'  HOISTS.,      MINING    CAGES     and    <-OKE   'CARS.  made ?x> '^Piisafta. jciescat^  Wj'ite   far* .jtwiccs   assdi  emits*  .-���<&'.������  1  mm ATI/IN,    B. C,    SATURDAY,    MARCH    i:',     1906.  .-i  %-'  '-!!!  ��,����.....�����-.���.  This is a good chance to do a little papering at a  low cost and an opportunity that you should not  miss.  -E.   L.   PILLMAN   &   CO.  Local Events.  Air. Bob. Jamiesou of the Nugget  Hotel met with a painful accident  Monday evening, whereby he had  his left leg broken badly in two  ���places below the knee; the result of  ' a fall. Mr. Jamiesou was taken to  the St. Andrew's Hospital, where  he is doing as wcil as could be expected, and his rapid recovery is  looked for.  McDonald's Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  Mr. H.'Molyncaux has returned  this week from the Car Cross road,  which he lias been improving, and  it is now reported to be-in excellent  condition' for travelling.  Teamsters arrive almost" daily  from Car Cross.' -Merchants and  others are anxious to get in as much  freight as possible while the ice-  travelling is safe.  New stock'-of Lowney's Chocolates at C. R. Bourne's.  Mr. A. B. Taylor has been taking a week's hunting in the vicinity  of Pike River. He iclurned home  yesterday,  It is rumored that the Royal  Hotel, Atlin. will change hands on  April 1st.  Garden and Elower Sceeds, suited  to AUni's climate, at C. R. Bourne's.  Sixteen head of prime live stock  arrived last Friday for Louis Schulz.  A merry sleigh party was given  by Dr. Connelly last Thursday  evening to quite a 11 umber of his  friends. The party left about 8  o'clock, going about 12 miles down  the Lake, and returned about 11  o'clock. They then adjourned to  the Royal Hotel, where a sumptuous  supper was served in Mr. V. Trot-  nian's usual creditable style.  Mr. D. PI. McDonald returned  Thursday from a second trip to  Car Cross, bringing in large loads  of provisions for his store.  Murdo McKay bought up a large  consignment of furs which arrived  in town this week.  The town seemed to have gone  Irish, yesterday, judging from the  amount of green displayed in honor  of St. Patrick.  The latest magazines and papers  are always 011 hand at Pillnuin's.  J-pURS BOUGHT AND SOLD���  Good     value     given.���Muuixi  McKay, the Eur-Dealer of Atlin.  HOCKEY.  Enthusiasm in hockey still continues. A match was played last  Saturday afternoon at the Atlin  Rink between Discovery and Atlin.  The game was a " hot" one, being-  played with grim determination by  both sides, but Atlin came off winner by 3 to 1.  The junior hockey players "of  Atlin and Discovery met on the  Dhcovery Rink last Saturday afternoon. The boys of Atlin, who  proved themselves champions, by  17 goals to 2, were the following :  Lyallaud Allan Fras'er, Leonard  Haslett and Douglas Taylor. The  representatives of Discovery were :  Charlie and Harry Bruce, Harry  Mobley and Harry Costigau. Mr.  J. P. Rose was referee.  A hockey match takes place this  afternoon at Discovery.  13  More    Refreshing  - After an evening's .Skating or.Curling-, than a Cup of  Cocoa   or   CriocAr,ATK,��� Glicrarclelli's,   Bakei's, or  ���    , Van Houlcu's.    Failing this, a Cup of Blue Riblxjn,  Nabob,   Lipton's,   or   Ram   l,al"s   Tj-a,    or   Crowd  Brand Covin-:!-:.  We   have   a   full   line   of  the   above   mentioned   goods,  And   our   prices   are   right.  STABLES & LUMSDEN.  NORTHERN    POWER   &  LUMBER   CO.,   LTD.  Until further notice, the following will   1m) the rates   for   Lights; all accounts iwdlecto*  monthly :  ELECTRSC   LIGHT   RATES:  Installation, : $3,50  ,p��er   Light  Subscribers' can lie supplied at Meier rates- :  Rent of each Meter $1.00 per month  or at, " lint" rut cm, as under- '���'���  8   Candle   Power   Incandescent, $1.75  per  month  per   Light  16        " " "     -3.25 - '-    ���  32       " " "     5.50  l-'rom anil after the 3rd January, 1905, till I Jj;iit�� will be tqirnctl oil" at, 1 u, m. and relit from (i a. ni. until daylight.  All burned-out or blacUened lamps will fjeexclimiK'Ccl for new ones, fi-ecof charge, if  brought to the Company's office, but broken ones will lie charged for at4tU<->jnJs each.  The Company's Modern Steam Laundry has been let on lease to Mic. an*  Mils. Pknn, who will collect and deliver all washing, i-oceivc Duyment for itJl wusliinjr, ami  pay a!l accounts in connection with the Laundry.  -GRAND-  Fancy Dress Carnival  Satesrds>y? 25thy Stasia  DISCOVERY    SKATING   RINK  LOUIS   SCHULZ,  WHOLESALE    AND    RETAIL    BUTCHER.  ATLIN,    15.   C.  *!���  .     ATMS,   15.  C.  SHELF AND HEAVJf   HABDWARE,  Tin and Granite Ware,  Miners'and Blacksmiths' Supplies,     Doors and Windows.  Furniture and Mattress Factory.  Lots   of   Prizes.  Spruce Creek Orchestra in attendance.  Mr. James Stables, of Stables &  Lumsdeh, lias been appointed assistant postmaster during Mr. William's absence, and is now discharging the duties of the office to the  satisfaction of everyone.  Church   Notices.  Church ol Knpland: St. Martin's Church ���  .Sunday services: Matins- at 11 a.m.: Kvon-  siinsr. 7:S0 P- ''������ Celebration of lioly Communion, At Sunday in each mouth and on  special occasions. Sunday School: Sunday,  at, il p. in. Committee Meetings, lstThur-day  each   month.      Kcv. !���'. L. Stephenson, rector.  St. Andrew's l'reshyleriau Church hold  services in the Church on Second Street.  Moi-ninu' service at II; evening s'-rvicc, 7 ::i'i.  Sunday School at the close of the ninrninu-  service.   Kev. H-Tni-Uintrton, minister.  WANTED. '  Mii.WANI) W'O.MKN in this count.-rund uil-  joininii' territories, to present and advert isc  an old established house of solid liniuieial  sluiiiUuir. Salary to men ��21 weekly, to women .-JI2 to .-J!S weeklywith expenses nd-  vmiei'il each Monday bych?ck direct from  headi|iiarters. Horse and biiwy furnished  when necessary. I'osiriou permanent. Address, Mew Itros. & Co, Dept.fi, Monan Bid;;-.,  Chicago, Hi.  NOW    OPEN  ATLIN, B, C.  BREWERS   O     LAGER BERE  SMALL    AND    LARGE    ORDERS    PROMPTLY    FILLED.  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.  EVERYTHING CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  Uga-to-Date   Restaurant in   Connection*  FRED   WRONG,   Manager.  COKNlilf 1'IRST  AVUNUK  AND   DISCOVKKY '.STRKJi*!',   ATLIN.  HUCCKMSOK TO  M. FOLEY  ATLIN   .S2HEAP   GASH   STORE.  FULL LINK OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.  Flour, Oats, Chop   Feed,   Bran,   Sec, &c.  THE  Half-Way House  is �� haven fin- all  travellers. The meals  are frce-milliiur anil  the braeers in the  bur as rufrcsliiiiK as  the dew of the early  morning. An ideal  slimmer and winter  resort.  JAMES  CLARK,  3'ROPKIXJTOJR.  >- r

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