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 '���': '!������''���; A  A J .  .7A-;,:.*X7^U.:'-777:77   ' V^A !.V  7y'/-;A-y A;.A'7-'/A;7:;'.A77'//7' :���  ^:;\  ^V:M7 77y.:,7-:.:7y,,yy:7;ey.y!A:7,i,:/.:  '/'/-/a/ '^'^/A/ A,y 7:-.'7;7^..y:Ov,>a.:  ���/���V.OL^.i'i;  Atl:i-N':::;b:;p&; 'S aturdAy!/::mArci-p  -0'.,  '995-  ���:N'  '297;  VH^AEGEQRTAMSf  ������ ���'':���'-7: ��� St//Petersburg,'"-'March-7-"'17ill'"':���-  Km'opatkin/h'a.s Ix-en dismissed and  vilisgraced.A/Geii/'XLi ri'eviLcli7 is 7np-  '���:7 Vpointed commander brtheMai.dyand  /7/^eii .forces/^  '-; /[,,iii,evitcli/assumed command.today/  //////Tokib/- '--*A-i'i.ivcl l'-'.V.-J'i.'SLliH'���A' i.1' r-'-'ii'i'i---.  ///confirmed;^  y^yUiat^o^ooorinorerRussiairprisoiievs  ;7: ha ye/been captured// The Japanese.  -7:Agoyer 11111 ent/lhvprs'tlie pi 11.1 ;7 to; - fol-7  .7:������'��� :ld\vylliey'!-l'iissiai)S;to Harbin7:v7-' "7;7  7//:AAWcfe  ;7,y\Morseltlie/genoral;-niah^  .7;Grana/Trunk.Pacific, says /that all  '7'���: 'negotiation s/; w it h'at h e / B ri 'tis 1 i y G (>-'  ^;t;;lu'ih'bia:v.y'G'bA'erni'iien  7;:A ThePraiirQad'^  :..������:.;{ 1 i'e.;Ea si." a, ;/7;777/7 a ;; A. ;.;-AA7.-.7;77-;-y: }7-. 7;  7777Gunslui'/PasSi March /20th:���The  //7'kstAt;wb//da^  7���;//without/incident/"except "that/the  ;-7../7Rn':3sia/ri;;^  7 7treating slowly antl^eiigagingun pe-  '���7; casioi)'al.skinriislies.77Tlie7japanese  7i'b��re/^iowly/advan^^  ;i77 7pressi.ti^7tlie'Russiai)S^  --'.''- -A- -:,...     -----t. ' '.-..-v--.   ..   ..\ :-..---,. -..--.--...   .;..; :^--[ ��� '---vv  ;A/sia u s7 are yrcles t rpyJiigAbridges,7ythe  7 7?raili'oad:;77bed-7;iiigii\yay^  a: stbresj'-'demblisliing^  T"everyItiing'^Wotportable.7'y7 A:/A7/7';.  / a;;/Quebec,t/;Vla^  "���'��� *���?.������ -   A7V      ���>���������" ���.���'���,���  '--..;.��� '0--':- ������; ������;'   '  /:,/ Parent resigned toqay.y A7A/.7  7:,/: St.' Petersburg, :March'21 stv:--:A  77 report from .Harbin says that firing  - '"''7 lias'been" lieard^'miles south ofTie  A ���::."��� Pass'.//' -.-The.-' explanation ., is., that  -7���''���-';ReuneiikanipE has at length arrived  ������ ','< at Tie Pass, only to/find Athe .place  "   occupied -"by Japanese. : It is/lea/red  7' tliatKenuenkanipfyis/Surrpuiided.;:  .      :/ Gunshu Pass-(108 miles north of  ���'���':'   Tie. Pass), March .2'ist-/:���Japanese  a josses are estimated  by Russians at  :  100,000.;   Some of, the ' troops-em-  :���'.';';���'';'ployed1"to cover the Russian retreat  ���"' Tromllukcleir were'badly demoral-  v   ized, losing, their way .in the hills to  '7   the eastward,;jand'Vare onlyyno\v7re-  v   Ijoiiiingtheirdivisious.    ;  :       'Tokio,-March'21st :���No reports  have been received from'' the" front  today, which /strengthens the belief  7    that the   Russians pkui to   hoid'the  ���'.- f, line froiu   Chang  Chun   to  Kirin.  The Japanese 'continue   to   follow  closely, but''damaged   bridges  im-  7     pede. progress..   It is"reported, that  a portion of the   Vladivostock garrison has been withdrawn and hurried to-Harbin, but  this is not confirmed.'  The  Russian   losses .from  the.commencement of the battle of  /Mukden arc placed at 175,000 killed  wounded or captured.  '    Waisaw, March 2?nd:���-A bomb,  thrown from a window, exploded in  the  midst  ol' a   passing   pntrol  of  police''and infantry.    vSix  soldiers  and  two  policemen   were  dangerously   wounded.    The   assassin escaped.  Harbin, March 22nd :���General  Kuropatkiii has been offered aud  has accepted the command of the  First Army in Manchuria.'   He left  /fbr.yihe/soulh. toda\;/^  of civilians and soldiers '������gathered at  tiie; station :-a 1KI7. gave:/Iii iii a/great;  OVatioi'l,7.7;,^  in i i") re^ s i o 11 '1. * | j 011 K n ro ph t k i 11V cl d w 11  whose/lace tea rsst reamed;7/7';" 7'  :.; Ofi nsh 11 l^iss,;March7'2 2nd;���The/  Japanese a ppeai-no have/given At jle  Jviissiaiis7a/tein})oraryr7i'espiteyvfroi!i  piii-suit.'.//':''-;.'^  I briningtheir forces/,:'as7they did  ���a/ft'ei^'tlle./C/p.ursii'it'/'p/f the/ Riissians  ..north/from.yLia'b,,:Vaiig..';.._ y /aaaa  /:/.AVai;sa\\%7Mareli//2;2ii/d/:-^Seridin  disturbances//70ccin:ied:7/lpday7/7at  "Ivii 11 ioywA a 11(| yA'iisitro v: 7 /Th e ini 1 i-  _t:ary;7fii;ed;;/on 7:th<i77peasaiit:/ribt:ei:s'  and?nuii]\v\\7ere:.k;illed7.ai.id:,wb.uiided.  7 ,;Lisl>on,'/7Marcliy "22nd :��� ^- Queen  Alexandra:of .Great'Britaiii/vvas/tp;  day y giyen7/a.;'��� 1 iearty7: we!corne; ��� by;  Portugal. 7/The7harb6r7\vas crowd-^  ed 7 \yif Ii7/daily7/decoratedy/steamers  aiid,yachts7:alid ^Kihg'Carlbsyyahd1  niinisters:mett:lieyro)ral'guest;7y /;/'  ������.//'Loildoiiv^Marcli'^'a^r'cii-i'SReferriiig.  to statements'/niade:; b}->the;LdndQii  ������Time7s",-';''refieciiiig''t'piv/-'tlfe"  fin/a ncial..;posit ion, 7 tiie. 7 Russian: finance miiiisterytelegrapjied/ythe edi-  '(bf.-'6t;':''the .//Tiuies, ;s.ugges(ii!g',7that  hc7cbme/tpySt:// Petersburg with/ expert sa and v7pei'so/i\a 1 ly 7 i 11 spect; ��� tlie  ^gold reserves:of7the'RussianSState  h5anlty-.:vAM^^^^  GURLING.-A  Board of /-Tra 8e Report.  A Another: roimci- [0l-.. tiie- Fether-  stonliangh cup7is/beiug-played this  .week :���-���/,:���.;:���.;������ ,;<r ���;,:::'-.-^.A"- ,;;v7,.-'.1'",7/:7':;  7vO/n.-;'IVie.sd'a'y^  slcippedy.b\/7V\?.:S,Ki>aylorv::beat77\V?  J. McFarlaiie, \vli6 was .skipped 'by,  Dr;;Sn'llivan;)^iO:tO:S.y//////:777::y// T.::'  // :OnyWcdnesda\;j;7 W.-. Sv7.Taylor,  .skipped;',l33':yNA;C.7:\V.lieeliug,;beaC  J:./H7 -Richardson,'/; skipped/ ^'/^.J./  Ross,��� 9 1075;;: :���./:������'/'y^;;.������':.; 7.///;'/' 7.;,7' /'.  v/yThe; semirfinal/ drawing.;;fpr;/the;  Fetherstonliaiigli.'.' cup look' place  Thursday.: 7,. ;K::./ Al.;;;, 7N. :;\Vdbds  ajid^W.'7 ���S;/'-lvaylo/r;Awere7rdra:vyi  against/each :otlierA7 They/ played'  during/ the 7eveniiig,*' : when' "Mr.  Woods/wonybVx).to75������--.'��� :��� .-A-r '��� a/. ,/  :aN.,/C/ ..Wheeling .has; :to,ypla)'  eilher/J/)./:Rpss-br;G. '.Sinclair.";  ,::/D.:;^Ross,;//\vlio:/ lias beeny' for  some, time holding/: the/Wilkinson  c h al 1 en ge c u p./a g a i 1 i s t /:/ all'- cpiii ers;'���  .ou/;/M6nday eveijii.g/7uiet: with 7de-  (eat/at the :/hands/pT;Jas.7 Stables,  wh 6/was-", skipped[/ to /victory bj'N.:  G; /WIieeliug,/,by- 7' to 4. ~; /Geo.  Siiiclaiirskipped for7Mr7:]*loss.7. ,.,77  ;/7 E:/'7Mv 7 N7yiWoods.yv played ;Mr/  Stables .onvThursday; but-/was/ defeated b'y.-/2-/to 13/;/ ,::77; 7 7 ;/7;/: .7y///  ?��ft$)��$^^  :lCONTINO'ED.]  A Premising   Field  for   Placer   Exploitation, "7  :- -As tiie /Biotite'/slates/associated with tiie;qiiartzites continue for  50 miles to the/east and south'pf Otter and.Spruce Greeks aiid. as it is  generally conceded: thatthe placer gold had its origin in the local rock  formatibiv.it would appear/that '_a-//]irpinising. country '��� for-.prospecting  placer gold/lies: in that direction. /At the   headyof' Ruby Creek yaiid  "Volcaiiic  Creek are evidences of recent   volcanic disturbances.    The  Ruby Ci'^ek Valley has, partly/been filled .with .the' deposits - of scoria :  and basalt^ and on IheAvest side/of the creek rises a mountain slope ���bf  scoria, terminating iii a crater-like summit.  ; Atthe. head  of Volcanic  Creek there is/also eyidenceof a crater whose built-up rim is scoria, y-  '���"    7'-   ���'',:���-.'��� 7 ,-.-7' - 7-.y 7'7'--:-Glaciationv- A   ���'' ./'.:���'/'-7^  ��� ���   The whole of the Atlin IJistrict  has  beeii subjected  to  extensive/"  glacial  action.7 Local   glaciers   have  descended   all   the   creeks   and  valleys/7 -Granite boulders/liave- been/.observed-on  the-ranges of the  -Biotite slates; and quartzites; occurring -at''.'the/head of O'Donnell Creek-:  and the/Terraheena-River/ancL,on -other; ranges   many-miles distant  from tiie source of the stones, and there are distinct evidences of glacial:  action on rock surfaces to a Height of 3,000 feetabove -Atlin Lake.  Superficial Deposits:  The gravels represent both pre-glacial and post-glacial movements. ,  As a rule, the pay. exists in the pie-glacial deposits underlying- the  glacial clays and silt, which in turn are covered by surface terraces and  ���erratics, composed of loose and generally barren gravels. Numerous  striated stones are found iii the glacial clay. The' present creeks have  cut through this muss of superficial overburden and. in places crosscut the old pre-glacial channels and so enriched themselves immediately  at and below these points. Owing to these surface drifts and erratics  overlying the ancient stream beds and not conformable to them, it has  been impossible to locate them by-surface contours. Tltese.deep leads,  where prospected, have proved richer than the later stream beds and  arc worthy of particular attention in the future. They arc only now-  bein"' discovered and are leading to a iiew era in the development and  permanence of the Camp. Kxtended information- on the geological  formation of the Atlin District can be.had by procuring the full report  of the Geological Survey by J. G. Gwillim. This can be obtained  from the Librarian'at Ottawa and. also in A tlin.  Placer Mining.  By Placer Mining is generally understood the mining as done by  the individual on the ordinary placer claim. The size of this claim, as  origiuallv the law allowed to one person, was about 100 feet square.  Tlits,-however, .was found to be too small lo allow the .miner sufficient  room for his-necessary-workings, and, besides, after probably an expensive equipment, one season would work it all out. The Government, therefore, has enlarged the size of the placer claim to 250 feet  square,' which makes fair, roomy diggings.  [���CO  IIK  COSTfcNl.'.li.Uj  ������'.; At a meeting'' of/.the^-Gouiicilof  the'���'Board of; Trade,:jield; Wediies-:  ���day".evening,. 7the chi'e'f. subject of;  ���importance/-.dealt, witli/was: a. pe-/  tiiioh5preseii'ted oii privilege by'/Miv  F./.M. /Nv; Woods/, tb//aiueiid/sectibii-  140.of the/Placer/ Mining/' Act;/ and//  the-amendment. soughtis/Z/'tp  strike;  o.ut the .latter 7clausc,-;begilining at;  the; words" or.if:heshall:cousider:,'7-  The:sectioii'reads7as;.fbllows :--A'y777A,  \\ in all notions, suits,'and Oilier proceedings 7  .*.,-it'll in tlio iniMMifj.iui-isdiutiqi) ofthe Cdiint.v /  Criiii'i, (lie ,J luijjo may iOi-dei-;that costs r.lm'.'  taxed on tilt; lii^lioi- or hm-or .sualc  allowed  liy-'tliB County  Court, liiilesiov if lio'sliiiir/  u'unsiiler (lie .ciiso' of siillieiont, ini|)ortaiu;e,  lie nia.voi-der.tliat costs bo 'taxed/iis'-'li'i tho ,.  Siifii-cii'io Court, iiu-.l. .t.ho7'costs so 'ordored -  shall lie-tlie costs i-eL-ovoraljlL' j.-i siichactioii.  suit.oi-othei-iii-ooeedinA.;.      7      7  /���Theyyfbllbwing 7;;iesblutiou 7 was/;  passed unanimously by;tiie,Cbuncil:  ..7;.'' AVhereas /a..petition./has/been";  ci re u 1 a t ed,: a i i d 7 - j a rgel y / si gl i ed/ /by  the Tree/miners and -citizens- of the.;.  District; of Atlin, , praying  for7 am  ameiiduieut/bf /section  ;i467bf;the:/  Placer Act, so as to limit   the  costs,  of all;, cases'.'iii the -niiiiiug'Jurisdic-.  ,tibn/of/t]ie;.Gounty Court to.Goiiut}'-;  'Court/c'bsts.'..7;7''./7/7:-7'.7--A;-,;'/: ;;,.;;.//da;:;  ;;7" And/ whereas/- under/ the /said/;  scheme:as it/7now-existSr power /is/  given/to the.iuclge to allow Supreme  Court costs. .������>i,.A-.7'7  /.77y'./';.; ., ���-���)  ." And whereas it is' theAopinion ;  of the/ Council   of   Atlin   District.  Board  of- Trade, , that -all7 County  Court cases   should   be, limited   to  County Court costs.'  .7" Be it resolved   that   in   view of-  the  clearly   defined   feeling- of the  people of this District as appears by  the7pelition 'presented/ to. /us, that  thisGouiicil endorses the   prayer of  the petition  aiid   respectfully urges  the member of the District.'to;��� support any bill that ^uay;be   brought'  down    or   introduced which    will  amendlsection'���' 140" of the  Placer  Act, so/that it will/not   be   possible/  to, allow   Supreme   Court   costs   iii  any cases brought  under the   miii-'  ing jurisdiction of the said County  Court. /    .A'-'"-',  "And be it further resolved that  acOpj' of this resolution be seiit by;  the secretary to Dr. H.E. Young,  M; L. A.,, member of the District,  as well as oiie to J. A. McDonald,  leader of .-the Opposition."     ,  The following standing commit-:  lees of the Board of Trade were appointed, with the first two named  in each to act as chairman, and vice-  chairman :  iMining���R. D. l/etherstonhaug!:,  Capt. Hathorn, H. Caiicellor, A.  Garmichael, O. 'V. Hwitzer.  Health���Dr. II. K. Young, J. A.  Praser, C. R. Bourne, K. Rosselli,  Dr. P. T. Troughton.  P'reight Kates ��� A. S. Cross,  Jules Kggert, Geo. Kerr, D. II.  Macdouald, N. C. Wheeling, Ii. L.  Pilhnau,  Chris Doelker.  Legislation���I'*. \V. Dowling, D.  Ross, A. C. Hirschfeld, G. D. Masoiu  \\r. W. Grime, J as. Simpson, H.  W. li. Canavan. AiA1:  w  Ai/:  77 V "���'-  ....  AT-LJi-K,'.' B7 7 G7, ';SATURDAY:,'7MARCH;  -;,.;' j...  -.I.  19'  KV'  ���(':;  Vf'-   -'-  fi:  ".'.,  Si77-,  5?:  ..'P  i:i!e:;iiii!i/ysiiii;a  Tin-:  :'.n ci.AiKV,:;  p'jr, li^ik n cvi;nr datum day  L'.'ii I'ni.c -i ���;>' /.iiv r'AnroF Tun  'ccn-ru (.i:.r "ofirii; j'i.on pnt  ;ii:g HATr.c : ,m: .���i:T,r.n inch i:acm  ���Vd 1 r^ti motioc r., ::t. r.:.Ntn a Llrl.r.  on   rrLiCATiotc,',  ;    ...y. // ,!OU-.!-'^lN"['l.N��i : ��� '  .   UM.I.Vhcads, :.,- c.O'r ri-:i;'^, '-     ".   VI3 IT I no cflflDr.  ..  Li-TTr.(i-nci\nr.. . .:,.;. PiiOGii'-.r.ir.inr.,..  nfc*.'. i:tc.  ,;  ''   ,     "���: o^DEf.?  Pi.or.TP-fi.v  :;>:ccu"fi:c>. -��� .-/        <  .;a; A; p.-nc^ f::oo.:nV\Tc.7 7.7y. A: A;!"7/ / :-.:  ���   '     .Tim Anas; C..i,,w ji : l?i- bi.ish ; nc; Co.-;;;   :'  ,   /A. CM IIWOIIKIU.I',  lAiui-ifuiTOi:.   .    /7 ':.,  77/ ;������".'���.Jam i-'.^.-Siii'i'rioN',; iMi\>-.\'rjKn.  .'-' v 7;\ye;.!iave only ao/Walk dowujuisf  7 '-'Street oryre-AHinoi terilhe backyard of  ./.nea/hy.ev'cry h'ou/.c/ iii lowii/"to be  '."'��� fully awnTo/by/lHe .pungent stiiclis  ���/���/that offend the noptrils, that spring;  ;; has /already vCohrc7; /'��� A'iid' ''���'sb/'/'i'ibw  _;���-. that. /tiie. thaw-���has'/already set in,  . -the people7oi;the town/of Atlin  ".would/ do/Well lb consider the'steps'.  / /necessary: to/ Take/for the protection  of their own health andtliat/of their  7; children/^  Irbr tliepast six-iiioiiths,  .-������'��� TV- ������' ' -  -   - - ' ���',- ���  ���   waste wateiAu.id; garbage has been  thrown ;behind-   the/ ;hbusc-s/:/: the  ;dirty: water has���'��� -frozen'-" i'i!to/uiin'a:  -V.'tiire/gla'ciersV-a'tKl/'wifh / the/ advent  / oiywarmyweritiier:it:\vill//thaw and,  /seeping oyer.; the still/froze 11 ground,  will reach   and   polluie 1he    Lake  //(the source, of cnir water, supply).:  /This ;fact is : obviouS;/to./aU:df:.us,/  : and/bvery/ :o:i;e..;:acl!nits/. that /the  : P^sept; system of /disposing of ;qur/  -AilopsAS-fillhyAii the:extreine";: what  -Aye .w.ant,:tq cfj'is to ���.-find outa- better  ywayv and act-upbi: it nciofe"a'i'f ���' tepi-/  demiehits  the  town   pf  Atlin and  brings  the awful   consequences/of  I/ersi-Leuee   in  the   present-; system  .; before us.   ���-,.���.:������.:���-���������:; "7'7 7/  Tin- Board of Health for.t'ue District has now been appointed,-and  we hope that each  member   of that  .....' ifl-.is'.h'i the ���. power of, all; to   use  v/jftu, ineaiis nre^wi thin oti rrcacliat  the prcseiit'lune/aud'as,a.preventi-  tive measure there is nothing-';better  than    the . liberal-/'Wpnnidiug'-bf  chloride of li/iiie* (which is to be 'had  in town) on the.waste heaps ';.it/will  at least d<iodo,! ize /the filth,: and;; iii  this connection, for the sal-reof. the  public liealth.and  to'encouragetlic  Hbcral use' of this7 valuable  disinfectant, wc;;believe.sthc/mercliants  will ; be/ satisfied -with   a ; nominal  proiil/ou the sale.of the/same.  7; When; the snow/has/gone atiie';  town.wili be   cleaned/'up '-as./usual  unci tiie garljiige7buiiied,;7but;it/is  the fluid/filth that cannot be; gatlj-'  ered/and/burned,'  that  is/oF the  greatest clanger. 7'////-/ //" ;//';/  /������;:'.l'11 at; these;?i 11 a11ers ; appIy 10/111 e  lp\yn;" of"  Discovery, / gbes/wilhout  ^.'i'U'jii./l^.to/ya^  same;: cotidLlioifs;7:prevail ; there7 as-  il'l  Atllli..      7:,-:/:   ���-���.,./ 7 7' ���':.. '/;:  isiiiieiii/lfielf/  .:������   -���,;��������������� AViiYSHNiiouT: ^i!ks,.,:voj!..cvv.n-.gk..t O'iodvJ as .chkai; ���iikim? : ; 7  7/7/7.A7y."// Atlin, ;Nugget and/Grape,  Rings i>-ml /ill Utiid-j ut> .lewc'n^o-,;,,,^;,  . '      '. : .    : i'n(.'tiii-ed on the in-finises. . '.;���-.-  ' ' ...   .;....'     ,.;   :: -  .-.���������     ���..-.���    '������   .  ���          0-   ���,,   :....-   .   ;   ���.���, ...���,.-.������'������.���..-.���..        ���  >.; 1 ;.:.���������.������.���-.:.:.    ��� ",'".���������-������  ;,;���;;; l.'ine  New .Stock  nl'   Watches,  Clocks,  Jewelry/-iiihI   Diamonds  7:7  -  ."'"-:''!��� '���'Wlltglius I'l-Olll *5.'i.(l(l' il|)./; ��� ���;;, 7-   : ::���:.;--7       !.-���-7; ���-.:>'-.-   ..,.  '.'''���"' Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painteci China, Souvenir Spoonc,  jpLES7:'ifflllvfe^  );a7a.//C:W^  :w..  m&  ��l  ioi  WiipS:;CteiIii|/;;:,Ji  ATLIN   ��.  DiSepVERY.  - <&+-- .;.r.-7.���^.  %  The Placer.<|tyi ins rig Act.  It is satisfactory to learn that the  Council 7 of /the; /Board7 of; Trade  Giidbrsest lie petition to repeal the  latter, clause;iii section 140 of; ,the;  Fiacer -Mining. Act. /'The/deplore  able amount of-'; liiigaiion/caused  by"ii*iiiior disputes;amougst'placer  claiiu-hbldersv /should, iiot be ./per-:  niitted toeffeci-a tax/bii their;eiiter-;  prisesotit of all ������proportion' to 'the  interests/at stake. / /Placer miners;  are /handicapped.: .enough','' : without  having' yconstant; Tecource ,/to/ex-,  pensivey/JawsuUs,/ 'and . therbfqre  every endeavor should   be-made to  aa-a-��� -''Z/;7'^  /GoiiipJete^  ���TME-/\':iArEST;::'[SmyHA^  ."XX&-.:-,.   Golci"/ Seai/..Gum/^Bbb'ts./.  SHOES.  Our,Goods are the Best ancl/Our Prices the Iidwest.  The /Tails That :,;iroid':^;^aleV^;The^  A A Tragedy;of/rv7cusec!ciTi.  bbdy'will, realize" th  e great responsi-  heirs .1:1   lookin"'  bilii/y   which  .after/ these   matters, and  it   would  help the Ubardlu their often thankless task, if each man and woman  in tiie town would cheerfully carry  out the 'recommendations thev  ��� make.-. We would submit that the  Hoard .'meet     as  soo\i/��� ������as..possible  /incl /.^^..^^i^../t0 .find ^ut -a  .plan that, could  fie  adopted   uuder  our   conditions,   to   do away   with  the pr'-sei'.t evil. The Lake would  ihen remain; pure and   oiir   present  waterworks, Lho* primitive, would  do'until the town readied such proportions to. make a more modern  :.-.!���.-:toiu. proliiji.bk-. ' 7      j  Di the pics'c-iil sy.-Uc-m   of  lack of!  sewerage,  wi.-   are   sinning  against  '.'in.- ol" the   11  or  lesseii tilo/cpsts onitigatipn// //  /Wi.th/tlie advent pf/a reside'iitial  county court judge, we/lnay.hope  to see several disputable points, 'in  tlie Placer Act more/clearly defined  for the guidance of miners'; sa that  it may no.longer be" said, as in>.the  past,' th.at,mining disputes, are the  chief product of the District.  Mistakes in ���/administration and  Uiisunclertifandiugs; of miners undoubtedly militate against the development of ihe District ; but, in  spite of all, it will continue to go  ahead producing an ever increasing  OUtpUt/of gold.;;: ,77.'/ .",  '.Mi'iii-ne--..Sews..  ;!te.-:l.   laws ' of  (.!-.id,  : 11 n 1 son:  :-:ille.act  '.7-.,i|) Mill' rcwan  aic     lilccUin;.''  ;geni;s, ami :,(  I  (ieatlly   gi-im.;  l>'et-:--.i;S In.-in t!i  . .The following mineral claims, on  Hi.e. Creek, adjoining the "Yellow  jacket,", have ���been .-recorded' this  week: '���Radium," by H. . IC.  Hrown ; ' "' Helium," by , -H. K/  Riil'fner ; '��� Unit,"; by-M,..".Ki Jamie-  son. '���'���'���/  Tiie "Frank" fraction bench  placer claim lias been lecorded by  Victor r-.icfnlyre.  Vancouver, March 8th,  ujOj.  To The Atlin Claim :  Jiter, !i we.let apathy  l-'h' matter, wc shall |     k   niil.|U   be   of interest   to   the  1.     Our back   yards j miners of All in   to   know   that fhe  beds    On    typhoid j appwd of the Spruce  Cn.-ek   l-'ower  7   Once 7'iij)oii/.a/ time '/there  was.a  I-ubec' sliced pbta f oca it ('.large, size),  left'on/tlie.floor/bf a :kitcheu//of;a:  mining.cainp:during, the  cessation  of/work for'tlie/winter.  / A foragiiig  ;mp'use/spied - the /caii,:;aud reading  tlieJ.abeli'Av.as -curipu's tokiiowwhat/  ''Dubeckysliced ''/tasted/iikeV-sq he'  cl i in bed / the : '.1 e'g-//b'f,. 'a i: e a rby.-. t able,  auddrppped /-iuto/lhectin/jy-bnt./lo j  if/was eiiipl.}'.;,..After/sniffing arc/uiid,  he:;tliouglit;it!tinie7to7get:;!out;; ������a.uclv  made a! jump   for; the   top, but tiie  tpp,was/a/long   way, off aiid: the  sides   of; the/ can'-/,.very'/ slippery.  ;" iHinny,/' said  lie, 7 " I.'got in all:  right./;/I,must give a bigger j'uinp,"  but. tho'   he   tried   and   tried /and  tried, he-never could reach the top,  and; in /lime, starvation,  cold  and;  exhaustion" did its-work.  vSometiuie afterwards, niouse.No.  2, in the same manner, jumped into  the can, to fi rid nothing  there  but  the body of his dead friend.    After5  trying vainly to. scale   the'''shining  sides of his-prison,.-starvation drove  him   to ���/ eaiinibalism . aiid   he   ale  mouse No. t,.all except the furand  fail/    In time, he died/also.  ,.. A. yveek passed, and lnous.e No. 3,  coming the same road, met the same  fate, and, horror of horrors fate No.  2 mouse'that ate No. 1, also leaving  the tail.    In time, lie.died too. ,  .;/ And when spriug-tiiiie .came and '  man   returned   to   work,  he .found ,  the can���wherein was a dead mouse  and the fails aud Tur of two others.  Otter. Creeek, March, 1905. -  m  7 Beg ;: to,. 7a .1111 out ice. ���  /'���that /they;'; have.-; reopened 'and a'r'e.iiow'  .,    ,c. :, ..      . ������   (, .  retidy. for :business^:7  They -take- tliis op-:  ; portlin'ity 'to/ythaiil^  their foniier: patrons ������.:  and/respecffully solicit tliei 1/ further/;  pat roiiag-e. //'/-; i%g's..\..PJ2. }FE&ZM.,.-yA^  ,. /.7,7 ..:'.���,;/,   -/;,.. /:,, / J5i*bprieti,ess. /;  V  nmun  .'^���^7/:/::'BARKISTE'R-AT^LAW.a:'7:?v'  ���l ..������������. .:���������.;: ::-���:.::-:.:   -..-.-:���..���...>....���. A;,^    -|:/- /.-. ^-.:;  . A^.:llas,taUe.n._a_n _0.iiicc:.'at Uq<)in -I, (lold.  1 ���.: J.U>ust-,7DisL-tivt;ry. . (jfikre:.; ,I|i)in*s ���,  X    ri'iiosdii.vs, 'niui'sihi.\-s tiiul Silt ni*days,  ;^ :. I'l-oin II xu S p. in.; :       /   :���*:'���-.     --./.���-������:  <J>*-0-*-"-*-*.r*-:  Jo-vloIcFaflaiie,  1/0  ^-v.iM7 r >r,: x-j .  ci  Tunnel .Ss^Kw��yP $$.&*  Plans ai\d Sjicciiitntioire for Stoniii Siiovels on*  ilydraiillc Pltitits 011 ns']i!iCiilion.  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED:WITH  THE   BEST   OF   GOODS  ..//���"..Sawifo.  d/ssltizastastt?,.;t.Pragn.  ^  AS  4  U'W  discovjjuy, b. c.  Tasty   meals,  /fine   liquors,   good  cigars, and.soft beds, makcit a  pleasant hemic for all;   / '   ���.  travellers. '    ���  nt  a lev  ���;��� -'.vnftei  centres (  of  these |  ou    the !  popula-  Co. iVuin t'ue judgment of If is Honour  /Judge   Henderson,   'given    in  I Atlin last .Summer, in favor of the  'nice Creek miners, was dismissed  'Hie latest magazines and papers  (ire always 011 hand at Fillman's.  ED.  AMDS,   Proprietor  i-i'oprietors..  ntm GALLERY  tion or implied on ihe pc-r.-:oi:s of; |>y Ihe luiil Court here a lew days  incomers from, the South, to find. I ago. The dismissal of this appeal  Iieic pcrli.-A c-onditioiis lor proiioga- ���s'-;:cl''I',-';-' to the miners the 600 inches  tio!  <.'i)n<l!t:uiis lor proi'ioga-  and growth, we would iind  oiirs-.-lves th-.: \iotin:s bf a death-  dealing epidemic, and the cry  v.-ordd iis.: : Too late ! Too late !  und Atlin 'Town would give the  world another illustration of ihe  lolly 0/ pm.liug off action in these  ni:itiers fo a more  coiivciiienl time.  ol water which His Honor Judge  Henderson held they were entitled  to.'  Several of our Atlin friends are  I busy preparing for next summer's  ! work in. Atlin, and from present  '.indications, if looks as if several  I steam shovels will be working 011  j tiie creeks there this year.  ! AKTHI.'K   J.    MAI'l'l'.T.I.'.  if you want to have the portrait  taken-of yourself or children, ��� we  shall try ancl please you.  Wc will lake out-door or  underground   pictures,  ;,;.|' x 4J.J,   plain  mounted, at the following rates :  $5.00   per   Doz.  S.00     "      Half-Doz.  5x7, mounted :  $8.00   per   Doz.  5.00     "      Half-Doz.  Picture Post Cards :  $3.00  Per IDoz. or under.  ATLIN   STUDIO.  IfigSt! ilOfd  Dixon   &   Schulz,  Discovery.  OP UN  DAY AND NIGHT.  l'lRST-CI,ASS KluSTAUKANT  IN  CONNECTION.  lli-iiililinii-tiM-s  for  Dixon's nIiiko.  -r-  DA'(MIS  'HAKJJJJk, SHOP  '.   SlllIil.D.S   .K:   IClJOV   DU'HJIAIM.  iN'iiw  uc'i.'ii|i,v limn- n.!U- .(iniiriMi-H ikjm,  lo tin; lliink-iir II. X. A.. I'irst .St.i-cuf.  Tlic Imlli I'oiiiiisnri; ciniiiH.v lis yooil us I'oiinJ  in  cities.    ILrivati-  Hntruncu for liulios.  I  1  ���A  : ���:���.{���  M  "M  ���m  A..  s.fl  i."7:-A.-���"  ,/;A-. -"--A^jB  m-o  ..":.f'J  ��;"-:-��� -..;-.  .- ���:^.,.^..j��*  */:7-----A  '���������/.'/" tJ^j  ���:1  ���$  I  3  -t-:'  Jill  4  mil  1.'��  ���aut  1 m  !*at��^  :m^  :-^i^mf:m  Staple,, and .Fancy Dry-Goods,;  Ladies' and Gent's. Felt Slippei's,  Ready-IVi ado   Clothing,;  .Ladies''   Un dm-wear,  ���Wlen "s   -IJ iad er-w car,  Pcots,   Sho&s, E'i/p���  ::^^(��:ff^-���  ."ijSKff^ia^"'  M/e carry a full line of tho oe!o.lji-ated Gold Seal, Rubbers .ancTOvsrshoes.���    7 Remember/e.v.ery article'.w  Irriportsrs   arid//'Genera!'.//Merchant;,  '���./.���'.//.is ylarger .Uian yever:hnd all:' at:vclpse/cask,price;s.'.;./; 7 ' /  (KIOIIK, ..HUM VKHIiJr riUl.MI")-|.V ON 'lllli'. CKHiaiK.  A. S. CitOSS, I'liES.  liuii  "G  il the : Ice.  ������-/../'The/ ranc)'/dress;;Cai-n'i\/al ;.given  //;Iby. t li e/A tl in/Curling;/CI id.)7a I/their  ;.a'iidc/!aSt S;it ti relay/even in gyxvas.ll.ie  : most/'sticobssTti.l/ cv'enl of  the .kind  .yield/ Uiis/season.7 A;;la'rge altend-  an,cc, pi'etin'es<|ue/eostuniesr.iind;.oc-  7,'ca'sio.nal   stirring  select ions/on the  7; .bagpipes A by -"--Mi'rlv ^K'ohli���'������'���������' Mckay;-  //.wifli/the :;skaf.iiigAcon.ipefitioiis/;i'nd:  ,>;-.alilioniiceiiieii.t././of/;; prize-winiieis,  ��� /blended the/eyeiVing/iutp/a'ii'diVtcr-  /���'vestiitg/ahcfjustruiclive'bccasioii//^^^^^;://  /.;.;. :vTlie/lbllowing/:w(ii'c'.7the /prize  A^^^r^i-rAAAAAA\:AA'AA':AAy:A'']A::  ��� JU'lto.-'ludiulu skiil.int;-.(iaii((;.*:<7-l'(ii- tbe Williin-  .'.-   sun Oil������ ��-iis;avoii liy.iVi-iss Aiicn Qiioen./  -bailies'- fiiinjydress���.Mrs.   10 7 M. i\.   Wooils,  '//���'.'   -1st. |n;ize���elrtelc./by' .)iilc��,HH'."'Oi'i:;  .Mis.  ..his, Siii 1 ilt*is./2!i'!-���ili-iii* shoes,' liy;tIn* Atlin  ;     /ATrnilllljj;. Co.   .���-; /  /A ..���,.::/.;:���./ ,..".���'.,.  . laiiios' /best: siistdiiicil; t-liiu-aetcr��� Jliss  J.  '-'������ ;���-���'��� Jiihviiriis-, : 1st-i purse,/by  O. J��. -Bourne ;  /Jlrs. P. Hf}-f;ei'l, 2nd���riouji 1  plioloyi-aphic  /views,by. A. Cnrinieliitel: AA/ y  syii-ls' 'host,/costiiiiio���J.luiicl , lluslott,���toilet  ���"���/;'.; set,!liy"ij;-h.. IMUmjiiiii- //7; /y- /;-;/;;  ./iMeii's best sustain nil ebai'aetei'A]! <!''*. Hai'ts-  -_..;��� Jiurn,1st.-line slioes.Ujy J. IT. Kicliai-ilsoii;  .l.liii't, lllnziii",-', 2iiil���-box (ifeiyars, by the  .-;.-     ."Koo.teiiny Ilttiel. 7/ /; -..   ./ .   :;.../ ���'���'���'.  uMen's iiostooniie���Jnek Cni-tniel; 1st���box of  -   t-ijjriii's-/- by  llio lloyiil  Motel':. J. TI/Kioli-  A./^niioilsciniunil  W. I bullion,' linil���jiipe, by tiie  .  Onriinfi' G!ub. ..7 . , :...-../��� i;./ A .://,��� -:'���- a  ��� '���J^leils^,'lJe'st.���'.dl���6ss'^A;HCt^rmicllllel,���17l)il)e���,,;ll3''  ��� A/Ajtableir&LiimscleiiAA ";*A' V-  /"Hoys.'best costUMioAl?ciiij?lati yTii-yloi-.f-iiiiK-  / .-get'iini, by P. .Siilllvnn: y;,./ 7 .//   ...;     .  .'..ViiniilyAvitlnaioVit.nieiiiljBi-s in eostiniie���.Mrs..  ,./:i7,..n6elUei,,--^oo(ls,;v!iliieiIr;af:S:2.50rliy N7C-  ;   .��� / 'AViieeliiie;./     "7/vA //7'/',.  Xuilies, for f> rounds eueli \vayon rink���.Miss.  7 Gtui-nie i)oei)l\c>r,"-kKi frloves.  ...lien, Tor 5 roiiiids eneli .wiiy oil rink-���N'ornuin  ���.;..' Tay]oi',--kid jrlb.ves..'.  The costumes were numerous and  varied!, and, although ..tiniiiy ...were  /deserving of special mention,".we  ���can only allow space/for the", names  .'..aiid characters':-"-.'/"''/;  --nl.su I lie (iliMiidies (lalnHisACiirnot tliein ;  bless their hearts). M' I .Mini lliis uH'or.in-  ereiises iny business, I will'eoine to rusiile in.  Atlin anil diniiite.'all set rls.ol' tormina I lie anil  iiiiletei'n'iiiiiible lil'i* |:<> 1 i<-i<��� s.   .'-  .'L'lIU  O-IMIHlAlNriUII.VNOH   KlSLMlW'.'.;-.  ;~;Latleiideil theOai'iiivnl 'as a llosiiilnl I'a-  I ietit/ bill ,K'ol. i.|io"ijn-ize. .;'l'liu..'jiiil(i<.,*i be  bloiveil.; -���':-���' ��� ���-.-..:���' '��� ��� / ";'       ,Sl.M  llt;i!Ki'(.\'.u.-.  : ... J. ti'* ��t. in^' heiu'l slii la la bed on 171 h oT I re land  and atti-ndiid .tin: Oiii-niviil .as .a' \\'oiin,ded  Russian .Soldier, bilt7f;-ot, lot't.' lliirrali !'Sl.  .Hat.i-iekis.a but. lor .man tlian/liiily the Piiin-lh  eyei-;\viis7/;:7v:'7;//;:/ .,;.AiLiei-i-.\Viii'*ikS-".MAK./���/  ra^,./  HE7:A;��W.N^  ..,  _i  Tl  .Jli-s,in. 11. MiiUomild  Iili-s. I 'i 11 niii.il,   ..Mrs. j Joel leer,...;....'.  .Sirs. .Xiulluiire,.;'.-.'.���,:.!'.-.  .Mrs.. [tuii.ni.li  .Sloorish.Maiden  . ....7..... 7 ���;,.-.. Hat  ..;.'.'.''Ni'trro Lady  ........Ciips.v Girl  ;'."-;..A liityseed  Mrs. l'anl Ki-'nert,./Canadian Snow SbooUii'l  Folly  .Pink Oarnation  Diamond Queen   Swiss Girl  Queen oi' Hearts  .7. Ktirinor'.s Boy  Spanish Dunoer  ... ..Gankee Girl  ...; -.. .An ��� Aii'ffiM  :���������..-.-... .Sailor Girl  Five O'eloek't'ea  7.7... Sliaini'oc'k  ,    ���; Ifopsy  .......Zulu Oliicr  .  /....... A Swell    /-i'ai'see   ..Unele Sain  .... A 1-in.v Ollieei-   John Hull  ....  .-.Glowii  ............-Clown  llnpiiy ilooli^ran  Kloiid.i'ke Minor  .Gold Dust Twiiiii  ..Mrs. Woods,  JLrs. Stiibles, .;'.  . ..Miss Allies Smith,....:.....  '������"��� Cni'i'io lloelkoi;,....::..  ���"....losie Doplkor,.   ; '>   lii'i-l li:i Ddelkei:,77.77.  ... ���'.';  lithe.! Pillinan, ......  '������"���'���   Mazel rtiu-tslioi-n,.....  .   ���-���" --'Miiiiil lluslett,.......::  . ;-"   A lieo Qiieon,1..........  ���" ��� M. DoiikIius, ........... v.  /Miss Burjiiss   .........  ...Miss lid-wards,.............  j H u i-J; J.1 iui- tsli ci i-n.   .G. li. .I.'.oui'.ne,. ".   ..A. Carinieliael, .............  -I. W. MeKnrlane, '.. ...  ��� li. V. Doliei-ty,:.........:...  .liiirtI'.lazing,.....' .: ..  .Ilai-ry He-own',..'..���.   Ji'rii'nlt .Miller,.. ;.......  -Jiu-k Cartiiiel,   J lurry lirnesl, ..........  ..I. II. Kicliiirdson, )  W. li. Iladdou,       i   .Mack Smith.......  llij.'liwrr.vnmii  /Vorinaii Ta.viol- 'I'oiiiiny Atkins  I ion��las Taylor  Tin-It Mi Soldier  'i-'nink lleniiinjr  Kariner's lio.V  The Kdilor liavingheard opinions  -expressedon the ethics of young  Jadies. competing in public enter-  :tain'mcu!s for prizes, litis asked  -several of those interested Tor their  views, and publish ithc following  fletlers just to hand as we go to  ,'P ress .- -.-.','  I nbjeid   to tliese   l-'i-ciilt  Shows  bei-uuse I  ���bate to see my n'ii'l sbowiiiK'oli' in iiiiblie.  INIIUI.S'ANT .MriTltHII.  As iijfonl-. id' the Nuvei'-Uie Insiiranee Go. ol'  .Now York, I  fool it my duly, in si.iII'-iIoI'imiiji',  looll'ei- lU^olil Mini lllsilvei'eiips lor coiuiie-  tilion    in    f.'raenrul   de|ioi-tinont   al    pillilio  .otilri-tliiniiients by 11n- youirr Indies of A 11 in.  - J not no i ii-i'/.o al the On nil va I, nil tho' everyone tells ine I was'-the/niost lieaiity-l'ool,  luosl fl'ii.sto-3'<)ol aiid eertitiiily the most very  Cri'iieo-1'ool thoi-o. I. ji'-iiess .1; was- not well  enoiiKh aei| il (lint/with'tho judges.; ,;.' 7. 7  .:���.:.;_.���.:=-..��� ���-/r;:-/~;:r7/A-;:;lilit��Ili-liO!,STEl';-:;'  //;:To be coiiliu u.ed -in/our next.   ://  ���:" /Air: operating, fable/ will /arrive  in a short ;time:for theSt/7;Audre.w''s  Hospital, /fiiiids/lpr;;; which,; it;,-will,  be /remembered;/;were/raised //last  fall.-''"7'.-.'.Thi.s" table avDI a supply/.a'  loiig-felt want/inythe/District.7 ',7.  7 . Ap |^les ::i n .y a n/y q_ua ii ti ties/ ca n - be  lmd/at Stables '&'^um;s'deu's."/.  ^EW^CI  .��*%  -ALASKA   ROUTE iSAI LINGS-  ///The: follbwiug//Sailiugs  are/ an'--'  ^uoiinced/'Jbr//tlib/nib;nth;;o/f/.;Mar^  lea.viiig Skag-way'./at.-.S'p.m.-:.' .,;:/  -  Frincess   May":   March   6th,  ;i6th  7 7 7 26th and;April;5th.7 ;//;/;  ; For further information, apply or  write to        H.B.Dctnn, Agent,  Skagway.Alaska.  LIQUOR  LICENCE  ACT.  Appfication foi* Transfei* of Uiconce.  rpA KK NOTICECtli'ut X, VENN TjiotmAN. of  Atlin, H.C., shall apply to the Hoard  of 'Licence. Commissioners, at their next  inccti.ntf for tho trnnsfor of the Hotel  bieeneo, now hold by liie, to sell Tiitoxieut-  in;;- bitiuors in the premises known us the  " Royal" Hotel, situate.oii Lot 7, Block .Iii of  tlio Townsite; of " Atl'iiiV H. G., lb Josni'U  TAlJauiiK,uf Atlin, B. C. .'//:..  ���Jiii'teil this 23rd day of Miii-eh, lntB.  ; "ViiNN THOTMAN'.  Last Chance Minera! Ciaim.  StTUATM IN TUB  ATLIN iillSINCl DIVISION OF  OAHHI.au    J)IST1(ICT, -.CONSISTING    OF   Till!  Last Chanok'AIinkkai'. Claim.   Whkuk  I.OCATMJ ���HkTU'BKN lllHClt AND liOULDlin  ClIMliHH, NolfTJ! OF -PlNK CllHEK.  rj lA-lvli-.NOTrOU that I, >l. It. .lainiesoii,  .'iiKtml for W. Il.lii-own, Free .Miner's  Certiliealo ii:!l,!j!ll), ainl J. ?.I. Driwniiiur. L-'rec  .Miner's Certilieato nlll.SlU, and .I0I111 Wooils,  l''reo-.Mim.-r's Cert ideate,. li:il,S��2,i nl end, litl  days from date hereof to apply tot he JI in injj-  Ui��i.'i)!-iler for a Certilicnto of liiiiirovenient  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant  of the iilmve elaiin.        ..���...���.���..-'-'.  And fnrlher take notice that uction". inidor  section 117, niiisl.  bo  coniiiieneed   bel'ore-l be  issuance 1 iJ'^11 teh Cor till en to. of Improvement.  Ditloil this lib day oT .March, 19(13.  JI. li. .IA.M! HS'ON, K. Jl.'C. nS-LSVU. ���  Queen Charlotte Mineral Claim.  SlTUA-l-H IN  TilK  ATI,IN   l/AKH   AllNINO   1)I\'I-  HION   III'   OAHKIAU   DlHTllIin-.     Wlll'-IIK   I.O-  catkii:���On  Union .Mountain, IIhad hi-'  I.ITTI.H Sl'KUCK CUMUK.  rpAKH iN'O'lT-CU tlmt. 1, Henry Mcliolsnu,  ' " l-'i'ce .Minor's Corlilicaie No. iilll;7lil, in-  K.'iid, sixty davs from the date hereof, to apply to the Jlinine; lieeorder for a Cortilicato  of liiiprovoinonl, for the purpose of obtnin-  injr a Crown Grunt of Hie above claim.  And liii-thor take notice that action, under  section 117, must, bo eoniiiioiiced before the  issuance of snehCerti lieato of Improvements.  Dated this.Htli day of l''ebi-iiai'.v. A. I). Illijii.  .IIKNUV XICIKIbSoX.  ^^^//      :   ^  C. ;DO,ELK.EF?:/   MannBer.  /  rg^~  sy?*.f^^j*>  /IWay^^.^l^i^ 7 .7W'*yS/��-:S>;��;Stf-*.��;*��V!r'^-^VC ���  ���Wm"yEm^r:AMM$^^  THli /DINING^  ://;,/a/77/-//'/;//��7::7':/77A -CI,^  : a .-  ��� H:  :��  ���:���<-  ���a  ",K".  ;.p  ���'16 ���������  <A  ,Py  "fi  'A  7iG^)EE>���:/ A '/EK)"OB;fe  DISCOVERY,   B/C.  /st:r/igt:b"^ 3^j/b.st^cj/l^ss.  /JOE.   ROSE,   Prioprifetor.  ss-i-A.; .u: ,-iz~.Li-yjaii-/;in"7. c-pN-NiiC-rxo.v.  ;.JH :  : -p'--  0 :  y-  0  ���'���PC.  ������ a..  ri  .-���.'���-��'.  V'lJ-  ���4;  w:  - H:  '��  ..-p.  o  ;H-  DIXCW    BROTH ER3,    Propi-ic    -s  Fool y & '/Billiads,-   Free.  Freighting and teaming:  Horses and Sieighs for'./Hire.  1  V  9  V. TROT MAN,   Managec. .  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atllh.B.C.  FIRST   GLASS    RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  r.itai��,wju  CIIOiCESr WNES, LIOUOKS-AMM ClOMtS CASt GOODS A ���SPLCIALIY.'  .Sa^ii;'of  CAflTAT,   -PAID':-" UP    $10,000,000.  'KEHIHiVK,   $3,500,000.    //:",  Branches of the Bank at ieattio,  San FraneJseo,    ��� .  Portland,  Skag'way.ietc  Eicchasvctie sold <ain all Pmintsu  .  Goi.D JJusr PuKciiASijo���Assay Oi-'kich in Conni-'ction.  1).  ROSS, Maiiagcr.  VANCOUVER ENGINEERING- WOE  ���VANCOUVER, B. C.  SPECIALISTS   IN  is  crimen  j>  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS, -WATER   'GATKS,  RH-FLK    BARS, ST1CEL'RTVJ^TTKD   -PIPK,  HOISTS,       MINING    CAGKS     ahu    -OR'K    C;ARS.  MADE TO^S.��=.E.c:iAJ_ JDXS  Write   for jtric&s  aaoi  joss&&*  IG*. ;/���/:.'>;./ >:.:  :A/I%^,.7/^  ;i.'5>;  ���4/';-  :-Kl��ii  ^M^r**?'J"''.i*-*.l*'��w*--i. ~.  ';��B&-'-  ."���flrS".''---'  S nro^e;^ ������:/;-Salm p 11  .' .-,:;.v. .��-'-::V;:; ���, i/H-a-iibtit  Iff..  Er/iD; \PI:I//;0  &&&a  iX��  FitHi^a /Hactdiies,/  Kippered; /Heirriilg,  jser /^*/./':,;,//;//:/ ;,//'   ���'������  T/,QST���In'...Rilik,/'.at"the Carnival  ;��-_J.       ' ...�� ........    .    last   SaUirday-���Pearl-handled  7 Knife;/.7Reward- -on/'/returning  / //satneZtoZjv II. Richardson;//A/A  ^URS;I30UGHT/AND SOLD--  .7 /Good, value .given;-��� Mur'jxi'  JVIcKiW,/'the FuiADealeiz/cf/'Atlin;  HOCKEY,;  /,/-///;;/."-:���//'/:'L,ocal//jtLvents.7"-77 "/;.-//  7   A grand-smoking/coue/ert -\v-jill:be  given;/at./the. Pine/Tree Tlbtelou  ���///Wednesdav' liext.Zlhe'/2f)tli. inst.;, at  ;/; which the/SiHHice;Greel.:Orciiestr;i.  /'//and :��� till/ live/ local/ vocal Xa/leiit ^vill  /./'assist.;/.../;. Z''/7;/.Z///7.;.  --.;"��� //M.cl/)onai,d'fly Grocer};makes a  .''specialty;bf;fresh eggs and butter.  //;;_//Many heavy, lc/acls of/- fre  ���7 rived/���: this week; from; Gar Cross/  ���7 ]:eepiug':Dixoir/&. vScIiuHk's teams  ./ /on/the hop, ���" Mr./p./HZ/Mcb,ouald.  : :also.; arrived, /on; Tliursday with'  '���'. another 16ad;of.provisions.; .-/;.//..///  :,::/Ne\v7stock .of T-b/wiiey/ii-;'Cli'bcjo-  ,-. Tales at C:y R/ Bourne's./  " ���-.'��� Nevv/arxiZvals. are ;ii-o\v'/. landing in  / Atliu./dyaIly/.7 'Geo.. Laughliu,. who,  ,,'��� /speak// the//winter: iu;/I.illooet,. re-  : ZtiiRnad 'on/. Monclay.;/ H,e. ���thinks  ���/ tdiis-an- ideal; placeto-live in..; //.'/./  .....-���//MT.'aiulA  .; /Spruce;/: Creek, /who7 passed; the  A winter: on. /the. outside,: arrived/in.  .::;Atlii/i on Tuesday,along/ with/. Mr.  / and Mrs;/J. pv Millei/ aucl/^iss-.M.:  ,;;-;Whiteih-/--:-;;/A.7: ,-7-7-,..a, .:;-a/-.;--  a.,,7 Gai'de!i'ah.d"lJlD\vet-,Seeeds, suited.  ..''to Atlin's climate, at C. R7 Bourne's.,  jABe^lonZof/Bbuldc/r-'-.Creek-.- has  been injovvn'severaldays this week.,  The /Northern/ Brewing/.Co./ Is  . storing 200 tens of ice-./  ���'" /    Miss Alice Queen left, forr her.pld  home  in','/'St.  Johns,, N. B'.,. yesterday,morning'.  Fishing '.nets,..-specially   adapted   -s^^vs-,.-.^,-,,,,.    *2>sz  lor   lakefishing,    fully   nmu.HedJ^*^'**<*&���''/^?  , each in 20 fathom- lengths,, for stile) 7 a.���������../���.".-���. /  at j. I)..���puric-s.       :    / ���. j DISCOV-ERY    -SKATING/  RINK  >:   Many iieu- arrivals arc '-expected j -... ������������-; '--.     '���  onthe: incoming trip of Uio-Priucess-j Lots  of  Pnizes.:  . .May, and ;the\--are. due-io-. arrive j   ../. ���;������......7,..:.:'..,..,. ������ ��� ,...: -. '..:./.. ���, ..; .777 :._  ,.    7  '.,       ',,,������-" 7 " ,-r    :  T   .",.   ��� Spruce Creak Orchestra  111 attend-  : here   on.���..-.   I uesdav...-.. Mrs....- J.   A.      '  "......���   - .    ���������'���: a nee.   ��� ��� -  I'/raser and child,. Mrs. Molyiicaux.  :  and.daughter, Mess-rs. A. G-.--Hir.sch-  : fe!d,.;C,/Ii.   Wyuii.  Johnson,. lid..  ���Sands,, are among   those  canceled..  y.���;, The fiiu'cy.'dress carnival at; Discovery tonight is'..expected lo Tie a  /great/success. A A  lai'ge .11 umber; of  prizes, are -.'being���������'/donated by 'tiie  ,business people "aiid. 6U.iei:s/ iji the;  : .District-. '/'���       . ////.//"A/. ;;���'��� /-'':;;:  ���A The/ work: of / ftu'iiislVihg: an id  .decorating // the -'- in terienA/of/their  dodge r(j;otn;;.has;been;;;cpuii)leted/by,  'the A./O/./U. W., wlid-are/to/be  /cpji.g'ral.iilaled;;:,u'po.]|.-7.tl  suits, of ;t hair/? labors:/The/ rooiii  :\\q >.v.: presents' a: very 'cosy/ and com-'  fprlable: ai>pear.ance//;and,is.a/credit  to the.tou'ii as well asto'its.owners.  / Discovery "s- plusk and.;endu!.ance  triuitiplied/ oyer/ Atlin's' skiJl//aiid  a'ssiiraiicein ��� the hockey match at  I/liscoverj/liSP/Satui'day/aftenic^n;  .A.midst the/shouts .-of/ euc.aurage-  tiieiu that backed up 'the- home  tcain/Zaii/' aim ps iA cons ta-h t-Z /assault  was/kept.yup.,- en- tl'ie-.-'visitors'1 goal",  aiid after a fast, aiid e-kci ting .game'  "Oiscovery y.-as f lie/v.ictoi'.by "4 to .2.,  -��3>.  '-������ Z&i'-A.  AA A  w;Vrf.1  .: - c.  ��iH@soi.ng  A'' /:/7   ';; ;Z77A;7Z;.7A\.jf;tej,.;aM;ey  ���/-."-      '  /    '/ ; /Cocoa/ /or   C;ii����AJi.AT'k.W-'Glierardelli's,/Baker's, 'oy,  ������ ./1 ,y'-:,       '\-/.y.Z'/,vya;i^  ;Z; 7 ;;'/:'/,/V/Z7;7^  ./7;/:'7   /liraud/Cu'l/I/UK..''- A/:-':-'/;-7.;.j,..;,77'': /7- ';���/���.'7--Z''���'-'//'//' 7''"A;.  We   have- a   full-   li>>e.7 of 7tl?e" above   rrienti.'oned   goods, /' 0  And  ^uir/prices/are^irigl-i't;/-;'/-' .A--:;':;���'���-'"'/'���''-"-.-/.":  ta  :<f.tl  wmm  Install a tion,  Until I.iii-tliei':nOt<ice,;t,lie'r61J(i\vin-.v will   lie, I boKrntes   foi-  .Li^lilsi./'itl ueeoiiuts eolle<:ti>i2:  ���   :-'���.-...���'������;..' :.;;'.::;:'.���.' nioni lily.:  .       ..���...'������'.;;���.-; .'���   /;";���'. 7. -:'/.:--.:.- .\;  \:AA/  A   X: yAAA^AE^ / 777/ /V//'"///A ///.;,  :...,./;..-..;..:..;.A....;a......7;v....'...;.;...;'.;.::.:.;...;.'.������.;.��� .$3.50- per /Light:  .        . ������-..' .Siibfiei:i.bers. nan lie sHi*|ilii:ilat Jleter rates:;   A 7 :'; :'7,7:     ,,-;"'.7  Rent of each, IVieter, .,.../_..,./..;.../v..?,.;A;/...../..:;.;....;7y.7 7.... $1.00 |Der montK/  ;7.7. . ..'-;"-oi*. at; "Hat" liar.os, lis iiinler.:'.;::   A ..;;:;:;/;-.  .8   Candle   Power Zlncandescent, ......,;.:'..;.$1.75. per   month   per   Light/  16       :���"���   ��� :A::-\A'   :  77/7/" 7 7V./ AA.A::: A. A -3.25'"'.AA^.:. :.A.A: .'=>A ���  32 ������ ���'������.";���������.-7.//,!'.;/���/��� /'-- '<7/'.';7 7;/,:/.7,,.A./7;.:y/;.;/.5.5a.-//;7//:/M/^---/77/y/y-:,':'/.   .,/;// 7  Ju-.oin -ainl af.ter tlic "Si-cl ..laii'iiai-i-; 'JSOfi, all71/.i^lit.s will lie.I;iir'i'icd,aH' at 2 i; iiu'anib re-���  lit, firoiii ,H a/ in., lint i,l: ila.iiij;-iit: ; ; ��� il-;: ';���; ���.::;/;--,;7 ���;:;7     :;7 ��� :;..:;-77.;; ;;'/:/--���  7.;::All,.biiriio(l76iit. or :lilaeliaiiecl,.la!ii|J5..w'ill..be��xeli:iiifi-eil ftoL- new ��iie��, fi.-ei'.(i.E.eliarn-e,' ifi1.  bron yb tto tlio' Cpni [Hinyls citiiee, but. broken ones will beebai'seil for at l!0 eentseaeli.  7  The   Comjjany's   IVioctern   Steam   Laundry lais'ieen  let/on; lease to Mil? anil;  Mns..FJi.SK,.wli��.will collectiwul ileliiwer ii!J:\vatibiiin-, i.'Cuuty.u-.uaj-iiicuii.tuL- all '\i-itsliiii$r�� anii  lia.v all aecoiints-i'ii eoiineatiwn v*i'tb rlio.ba-iiiiili-if.;;;      .;... ���,.,./; A .���;'.;./;���//        ;,-...;.;/;;.:  '7J  :;|  Z  :-,S'J  M  ���4  4  mi  ;.-.:?J  zl  '.ATIilN,/.:  B'7/yC:,  -GRAND-  fancy v BressACarMfyai  ^  w  Church    Notices.  Clinri-lt   ol   Kny-liinil: St. .Mai'lin's Obnreb ���  Sinula.v   sBi-viciis : ..Mat-ins' ar.  II ti. in.;,  liven-  son^-,. 7:liU   p. in.   tjolebt-ation  oi'. lloly.Ooni-  '\\\ ,������       .    ������       ,, Tr    ......     .   ,iiiiiiiiiiii.   1st iSniidtty in eai-li   month   unci mi  i lie patiei.ltS 111   .the , Hospital-are���! serial   oc-asions.   Sninlay   Seliool-.:Snnilayv  ul :> p. iii.    Coinniiitwe Miieiinys.lstiTliiii-silay  i.-aeli  niontli.     Kev. I'. I.. Steiihenson, reetor.  ���<������ ������':]��$&%!&&. z  if   SHELF AND  HEAVY   HARDWARE,  p T>n and Granite Ware,. ' ���-^r==^~-=ar5?"-;;-  pi!,     ft/liners' and Blacksmiths' Supplies,     Doors and Windows.  ���*.������;���'���       FinrnsiaiVG) &?se�� Mattress Faoiory. ;.;".;  )W-  ail iu good shape.     Fred.: Overland-  ��  \ cr"' is   iinproving    vapidly.     ��� Bob.  A Jiinriesbn is getting on. as   well  as  Goitki bi* expected. . ben Nicoll will  l)e out-in a lew days.'     kotii:- (.'��� ur!:e  .   "is.cm the-.highway   to.-health.    AY.  ... Griffin    was   brought-   down 7 from.  Spruce Creek this week,   where   he  got    his    leg    crushed   by a,   log.  Walter .Strand.recovered so'fnr, as  : to   say . good-bye . to   the ' HoKpiial  vc'sicrd.-iv. '������ .'  St. Anilreu's I'rcsli.vtnriaii Clini'cli bolil  scr\-b.'es in t be CJIiiirrU on Seeonil Street.  MorniiiLr s'-rvini' at li : i-viniintr iwrviee.,7:lt;i.  Siiinla'y Si-bViol at'tlii- *.lose of tin.' inorniii^  sei-vii.-c.    lltn'. JA'I'n i-kiiiJ^toii, niinistiei'.  WANTED. -  Ml-;?.1 AXI>-\\*O.Mi:N in fli(K.eoiuil>anil i��l-  .joiiiin^- titrr.il or.ies, lo present anil ailvi/rt.isi'  an. oli! i-stablislieil Iwmm* nT .sol'ul (Inani-ial  ^lanilin;;-. Snlliry lo ini-n .-?^l weel%ly,.lo wo-  iiu'ii'-rll! to ��!* wi-oKly i\ U b ' exiienti's ail-  [ vaiii'ci.1 caob Moiiilny. by t-bi-rk illreel fi-'iin  lii'aili|iifii*ti'i-s. Iloise mill Ini^yy. I'tu-iiisbeil'  v\ lii-n iM'ri*ssnr.\'. I'o^iiion iiei-inniieiil. Ail-  ilri'-'-i, lllew lli-'iiv, >'t Co-. Di'pt.."i,..Moiinii lllil-r.,.  Olib-iiyo. III.  ;// /:/7//z ;/���;'//;/'/,/;;///.;;; -;y;/AT^^ :  ::r/BREWERS' ���������&������- -LAGER. 'BERE::-:  SMALU./  AND    LARGIv 'ORDKRS,  PROMPTLY;   WLlJlD).  ,/.#���    ,  l'INKS:r KQUIPPBU MOTKL/Ilsr THE NORTH.  IvVJaRYTMIiNG CO.NIJQCTiv.U  IN   PIRST-CLASS ilANNKR.  iiP"��0"H<taf.e!   HestaciU'arat' fas   GonneGtion.  FRED .WRONG,   Manager.  OOKNKR   I*'Iii.STtAVJ'.NUIi   ANIJ   UISCO VI'l-lY   STK l.-;i-;'r,   j'l'M'N.  -.'.-'   .     ''������'���'���..,.'' ' .1   .  ft  tf':7T$r$riMiit*fii  .sti,..^,,,!, ���;,, ^ FOLEY  ATLIN . CHEAP   CASH' STORE.  ��� g&F -FULL.LJNZ3 OF STAPLE AND FANCY (iROCERLES..  "F'tonr., Oats, Chop   Feed,   Bra.n,   &c, &c  & / Vv\^.  <v V s  t  ^ ^J^WpSl- '^ h' K)' a, "o^r  ^ Jf8  fi %2f^l    ��*>l  THE  'Half-Way House  is a liaven lor all  travellers. Tlio meals  are I'ree-inillinj,' ami  tbe bracers in llu;  bur r.s i-etresliin^ us  tbu dew of tiie early  niOA-iiiii.i!-,. An iilent  Miininer ami w.intc.v  Bi.'.si.irli.  JAMES  CLARK,,  i.'iioi.'iuu:.'i:ou..  f  I  : .a  I  ���l  4  1  k  I  ���m  ;|1  ���lL  m  m  m  I  A-i  I:  i  I'  A  ������ .':<J  AM  m  r  a  %\ij  mmimimim&mmurmm

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