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 ��l!iU,V^!^.4iW7.At-,<^1JiMrttiifci��^^  l^JV i*i/*��iMiWUtJa dn/inScv.&i&J  ^iu-itj*au!siaiiixKj_rf^,  -������Mf. ���Tl-f'l1' r'rn'i<i-y��"*'*'tVi  j^��mV<^^J'g-ti*��J)-'J-.i^hji^'y*?f*>-i-.>.>J.-.i. ��.. f.  : J.i-Ti.,.i.'ur-; ��� '.i ���i..tia;si.<-.ai���  ��?t.  ���'iii/,  VIT   iC,,";-.  J,'.f;'h. <���  .��� .....  'J^siV^W-^C  VOL.  12.  ATLIN,   Ii. C, . SATURDAY,  rELE GRAMS.  Russia   Takes   the   Hint   to  Move-on   .  And OiNl'or-ed Admiral Rojestvons'ky  to Immediately Depart from  Fronch Waters,  sort,   nnd   staled   that  the  troops  would   be   used  lo ruthlessly quelli  all disturbances. J  'St. Petersburg, May 2.���From  all parts of the Russian Empire  come reports of the extreme..satisfaction' felt by all -classes at ,the  "Emperor's'gYant'of tlie freedom of  religion. It is regaided as the first  practical evidence-of the reforms  which' werc referred to in the Im-!  perial,manifesto issued by the Czar  011 December 25th last. .  Guhsliu   Pass,   May 2.���General  Mining  News.  Paris, April 29.���Considerable  conflict exists between the press and';  officials concerning the whereabouts  ,pf the   Russian   squ.ulion,  but the 1 . -���.   -���.��� ��     -.vuwai,  officials are positive that the sqiiad-jf''Ilcvitcl1 continues the ie-organiz-  rou has been outside French waters   illg .��/  t,ie' various -branches' and  since'- last   Sunday'.    ',Jts   present |deP��lrtments.of his armies.-'' Nearly  whereabouts  is  not   known, but if a11 lhe Russian outposts report'that  the squadion is in 'or   near' ka'iP-'  rand   Bay,   the   Government   is 'assured   that   it   is  outside territorial'  limits.  1 he Steam Shovel  Warsaw,    May   *.��� Nearly   one  hundred; people   were  killed or in-  juied   in   disturbances   in   various  quarters  of this   city today.     The  troops' became   unco'ntrolable-'   and  violated all orders to act with mod,  eratiou.       A    terrible'    scene    wasi  enacted   when   a   number of work-  iugmen.fired from behind   a wall at  ��� a   patrol, which, was  passing,, who j  immediately   opened   fire   on    the"  passing crowds.    A reig-n of terror  exists   awd   business cf all kinds is  entirely suspended.    No   train cars'  or   cabs   are   moving  aud the telephone service is slopped.  Saigon, May 1. ���A Russian  squadron is at present "lying 6ffjI"��'lt Mr. Borden's amendment  Port Dayet, about 40 miles north of] was defeated by 81. The reading;  Kamranh B;ty. A ��� French naval ��f the ljiH was afterwaiKls passed by  division has been mobilized here so  as to preserve the strictest neutrality in French waters.  St. Petersburg, May 1. ��� General'  Liuevitch   reports that the Russian  forces   had'attacked   ihe Japauese  and had succeeded in driving them  from   five successive positions, as a  there are .thousands of Chinese  bandits .under Japanese leadership!  beyond'the. border of the Mongolian' frontier. ' ,, '-  Warsaw, ' May- 2.���Strikes-are  being   inaugurated '   here ' and   at  Lodz .and are rapidly spreading to  other 'localities.' 'Over 75!060 peo  pie are at present out.  Woodstock, Ont., May 3.���The  Hon.' -James Sutherland, M. P.,  died here today.  ' ��� St'. Petersburg, May 4.���Reports j  of the rioting .and disturbances on1  Easter Moiiday'at i-Militopbl'"' ^tate  that the mob held high carnival  and burned down a large portion of  the town.  Ottawa, "Ont.,    May 4,���At   the  second   reading of the Autonomy,  [bill in the House of Commons  last  , On Monday night \ast Mr. R. D.  Fetherstoubaugh, supeiintendent  for the Northern Mines Limited;  left for a short trip to tlie coast and  Eastern Canada 'for the purpose of  procuring the necessary money to  take up the properties already  bonded by the company.  The steam shovel as operated  in  placer  mining  js practically a'new  venture   but,  judging by. what has  been proved a shovel can do in railroad and ether work, tlie promoters  are justified  iii  being "confident of  success.    This camp has thousands  of acres of good gold bearing gravel  which,   if handled   in an economic  way, would pay,   but  so   far  great  areas of ground   have remained untouched   as   the  cost of saving the  gold was greater than  the  amount  saved, and there  have always been  the difhculties-'of water and  dump.  If the  steam shovel solves the rid-  dJe,   then   there will be such an activity in placer mining here as   few  countries have ever seen.  ..   Every success  to..the   promoters  and, to those who have no faith or,  if they have any, have it put safely  away���be'fair   and do not start to  find     fault    or     criticise     before  the machins has had a fair test.   'It  is  a   new  departure and may take  time to  be  adapted   to  conditions.  Remember," if a success it   nieans   a  great  deal   to   each and every one  of us. .       ��� "     .  lie feels confirfcrafl. ofe malting a g00dl  showijig this season. -    -  There is a large tract of geld-  bearing gravel in'the O'Donnell (or  Dixie) valley now lying idle and  wliich, if prospected, would mu-  doubtedly prove ��� a goatl gold pre-  ducer.  Mr. McKee spent some mouths  and considerable monev in prospecting O'Donnell river last season  winch ground has just been bonded  to some California people who- will  commence some extensive prospecting .and development work early  in June.  Placer Mines.  On both Spruce and Pine Creeks  the. miners are still busv cieanin-  up thm dumps and in' maiIV case��s  the re's .Its are belter than anticipated, as shown tgr some of the  pokes turned in.  -   This  is  especially so on Spruce  Creek, and the-wiute'rs' output will  he far in'excess of that of any previous winter.  It is claimed that oii some ofthe  benches on Spruce Creek tbe pay  has been proved to extend overdo  feet.iiUoithe baV-k..,.  From The Recording Office.  the same rajajiarsty reversed.  Items of  News.  result   of which the Russians oocii-!i��f silver.  ���   Peru is making military preparations against either Hra7.il or Chile.  The  Mexican   mints  have been  lefinitely clwsed to the free coinage  Henry Maluin Back.  pied Tuug.Hu Siaitg during the  might of Apv.il 291I1.  Victoria,   li.   C,   May    1.���The  Provincial   Government  has asked  li. John, the chief cleik in tlie  L'lii.ls Department, to resign. iSo  reasons have beei. given-.  Revelsloke, May t.���The Canadian Pacific Rail.vay passenger  train No. 1 collided with an east-  bound freight. tiain near Downie  station on. the night of April 29th.'! l>'' al Midway  Moth ofthe firemen were killed but . The debate ���on the Autonomy Bill  the engineers saved themselves 1-y | at Ottawa indicates cousideiable di-  jumping.     A few of;the passengers I verigerjee from-party affiliations.  Mr. 5-1. F. Bullen has been ap-  pfiinted Pilot Commissioner at  Victoria.  Kalcieff, the assassin of Grand  ���Duke Sergins, has been condemned  to death.  The son cf Mr. Thos. Kidd, ex-  M. P. P., !;as been drowned in the  Fraser River.  New York capital is looking into  the   advisability of erecting a smel  were slightly injured,  St. Petersburg, May 2..-- Mad. as  was the riotiiig.ai Warsaw,' Look  i-uid e 1.sew he iv in Poland, tlie up-  ri si 1 i,g w a s hi r I c s ������, fo r n 1 i d a! > 1 e and  resulted in 'much 1'sss bloodshed  thriii was anticipated by the.ol'iicials.  The authorities: of all the ciiiesaix!  towns   had   given the workiiiciuen  Dr. .Alfred Goss, of Adams, N.  Y��� has worked out a. new scheme  for the treatment of tuberculosis.  ..'A plot to'assassipalcthc Czar and  the Imperial Family Jus'been discovered among the Impcrial.Guards.  -One night- last week a firebug  started a lire in an empty building  in Dawson.     A   theatre   next   door  Mr. Henry Maluin, manager and  agent of the Sociele'Miniere de la  Gwlombie Hritannique, cajiie in  last Sunday over the Fan Tail  route. Mr. Maluin is accompanied  by Mrs. Maluin and their'daughter.  .They come straight from Paris, having made the trip in 22 days.  Work will ba started as usual 011  the properly owned by the Socicte  Miniere ou lower Boulder Creek,  and piping will be commenced as  soon as there is sufficient water,  which will lie about the rst of June.  Interviewed alrjul the Gold Group  of mineral claims, known as the  Heavis Gioup, Mr. .Maluin said that  himself and associates have finally  acquired the whole group, and that  active work will be resumed as soon  as" possible.  Dixie Valky.  due warning of their   intention   to J was crowded at.the time but a panic  .permit   no   demonstrations   of any ! was aveilcd.  Mr. Robert McKee was in Atlin  Monday last after a piospecting  trip of some weeks iu tlie Dixie  basin. He returned: to'the creek ii  day or two later and will be away  for some time as he intends further  prospecting his ground and, from  prospects I1...-;  .11:  )ire;'.dv o: ilair.ei.i,  HyJraalie    Leases.  Thic Claim will publish each  week under the head of ''Hydraulic  Leases" all notices of application  for and cancellation of leases as appearing on the notice board at the  Govern men t offices.  'The following leases will be cancelled at noon on May 15th, '05:���'  "Victoria," bench lease on Willow  Cieek, in, name of A. D. Belyea;  '"Kooteiiay," bench lease on Pine  Creek. i��� ���amc of ,1T Adams;  "Kitchener," creek lease on Birch  Creek, i��� llame of W. Smith'and  Atliu Lake Co.; ���T.ord Roberts,"  '.���reek lease on Oiler Creek, in name '  of W. J. Anderson.  The following notices of application for leases have been'posted:���  ''Steam," bench lease on McK'ee,  '->y A. C. Hirschfeld; "Ulster,"  bjnch lease on McKee, by J. Him'"-  son; ".Shovel," bench leaseo.u McKee to Gustav Hir.schfi.-kl.  Transfers.  The following transfers have hens  recorded:���"Black Hill,��� ��� hydrauiic  lease' oil O'Donnell Creek, by (-,  Doekler to R. McKee; "Lost'''1 -  draulic lease on O'Donnell Cre.. .  by L. Ginaca to R. McKee.  Staked and Re corded.  '1'he   following   c!.ai<n Tins   beet  staked   and recorded:��� :"Duucai., *  creek claim on   Cold   Run, by Siini-  eon Ckirmont..  Stables &.Liiinsdeu nuike ���:���.-;; e-  i-ialty ol' J'n-sli IT'irsTjid i'.ui:.-.-r-' IT|T:^V  ''���C"v.':\:. ���''"������':'':''.':''''.:.:n\.  aTlin;: bt Cv,;:^;Saturday^tma>T;t6Tjs9o^.  i:.':.-.  !T  ���M  li  ^fssssssi'vi.SftT^iiT  THE ATI.IN CLAIM is published cverv saturoay  '; MOI1MING.       MAIUCD   ,rBGi:' TO    ANY;- PART   OT THE  :    wonuo  ronco   ccnTS:  pen   month ;$g.oo. pen  Y CA It. :' ADVERTISING nATCS : ^1.00 PER INCH CACH  ' INSEnTIOli; READING NOTICES. 36 CENTS A LINC.  ���'    OPECIAL. HATES     O'N    APPLICATION.      '" r    :. ,;.'  -��������-��~  J.OB. PRINTING':  MILL-HEAOS,  .LETTER-HEADS, .  1 ORDEhs  POSTERS, VISITING   CAROS,  PROGRAMMES..     ETC.,  ETC.:   ':  .PROMPTLY   EXECUTED.1     ':  ���.���'.'  PRICES   MODERATE.  .Till!  ATI.lNCn.Vl.VI   I'UHI/ISIIINn Co.  W. ���'. VolAjAUn.7 Gil A NT, ;   IJlHTOll-JlASAOKii-  . T;1   Change ;6f;Management.T;  ;:������=-'r: With:, this "issueiweVhaveToian-  :T: fiiounceTrchahge: iii> the-'. nianage-  TT:ment.;;6f:  The; Claim;: T': Mr.-TW.  ��� ������������,���;��� Pollard .Grant.assumes  the  liian-  "V'agemeut andediloriaPworfo: ;  ,;:T'Phe   principal   aim^pf:::'the :new  -':; ^management Avili:'lie tp: pushTthe1  T;y. interests ofthe camp  without.: fear  .-.orT. favor'. ��� V.We. do": liotVbelieyeTii^  ::;(levoting: our ;.tiuie or spa'cetd.auy  -.���.-..  particularsiiterestorVrwtjTTVTVTT:  '������)������ '-'TAVe; believe ihthe future ; of this  : T: district.; :V:.Tlie:w��th already : done,  .   shpwsthat the Valuesare here, and  ;Tt;pnlyTequiTe�� {.a^united  effort ,to  T'bnng: ��ur camp^tpthefrohuVVThe.  ^"outlook,for. the coming m'iniiig.'sea-.;  TVs��n. . is:,;p'rbmising,'therefore we ask:  ;;:;xthe;cordial';support:ofrthe-public in  7; our efforts.   We intend to make the  jpaper as i'lft'erestiiig as- possible  by  ". ,fiu-nishing both local news from the  .������'������'��� different  Treeks, aiid   as   complete  .v press reports as are available.':  - Mr.   Wilson,, who  has   recently  ;.arrived: from   the  outside  to  take  - charge   of- the  press and job work,  is   thoroughly competent,   and   tlie  .    work we are able to turn out in this  line will be second to none.  railway, of equipment, stations and  station grounds, workshops, buildings, yards, rolling,'stock, appliancesand other, property required and  used, Tor the;."construction,1 equip-  ment and workiug.of the said Hue  of railway,.'; and', all .'���' personal -property owiied or possessed; by the  company, also capital stock of the  company, "   ; ���������   VV', ���������T'T"���'"TT  " 3." T h e r a i 1 vv ay co in pa i i y to have  the privilege.to take from any public  lands .adjacent to  or near, the  line of said railway or branches,;all  s.tone',   tiinber.v or .gravel, or p'tlier  material,necessary or' useful for,the  construction "._ of; the"; railway;   and  alsoi where necessary, to (ill in U])6n  'any publicilands.    '/'"   .     T':'"V VV "V  ;: "4;  Incase; townsitesTare1 after-.,  wards : created   on any of the lands  granted, the provisibns-.of.the Laiul;  Act (section. 32) are notv to< apply.  This' provision   not to'applyTpthe  land's;: on, ;Vwhich" the ���:<. permanent:  western .terminus is located.:';T'V.--T  Considering; the'factVthat;the' Do-.:  111 inioir' .Gdvernmeii t; .has ;alreacly  guayanteed-' seventj'-five per cent of:  'the; Cost- 'of^^  constructionV:of " the  British Columbia section, -we-con-..  siderVthat theVgovernment was perfect^' justified; in refusing^ .:'tb: enter;  into such a one sided deal. 7:  ''���'" .': ���'���-.' Why send .out-.vviikn:-volt c.an'.gbt.cooes .as cjieaj* HKitis?   1, ;.<���'"...".'..'  -VT-T -:'TT Atlin, Nugget and   Grape 'Rings-ai"! aid kinds of . J e^eSrs- eiKwm-  faetiireil on tho premises, y-:,''. ���;..,-,.,,,,., -.���:���������-.---.! '77  .Fine  Nuvv ; St ock :.of   Watches,  Clocks,  J ewcl ry   avid   Diamonds  .   -    '      ;;���;   WatellOS fl'OIll STl.OO lljl." '���'.'��� '���'/'��� ''''���;'.'��� '���"::,:������' :: ,',.....,  ���Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons.  JULES ;$GfiERTT&"  T -T^  AT LI N :-'&..��� DISCOV ER Y.  -.;.���' ,"'':" ���.'������.���':'' *<a* ��� -������������:''  Puli:;:tiilt3':VofV:;Gi  T;V;7'---T:,TV.-";Tthe-v Latest. ;:st,y.les;;;   :7THE^;7{J.A'tESt^f:.0M\HAt^�� -BOOTS :7:ANDZ  7yy77T-friBSr-V'; Gold    Seal'.':GiiVn   Boots:  XSHGE&J  'Our GobdsVare the Best and Dur;'PricesVthe;Lowest.VV  -Full Court.  liiii'iiF' -���'-:'''  ��:.vT;Hi^��T;  '���''VV.T;; .;:-:';;:7':--ATr;i'N,;TTi;cT.;--;'::',:v,,:7;:.-:  SHELF AND 'UEAVXM^UmARE,'  ,J:;:7::T.ln;and...Gramme .vVare,:7. ,7 " .::;;;  Min'eVs'^and;.-Blacksmiths' Supplies;     Doors and Windows.  :','.'. Furi^iisrre.a^d;^sMr&ss:Fac:^rya7.'l7.7r''  :%��$%  In retiring from the 'management  of 'ivHK Ci.Aii\i;:Mr: A.CHirsch-  feld desires to thank his patronsfor  their.mdstg^Vicfous support/and to:  bespeak for'li is Successor a' continuance of their patronage;   ���  ���' A few days -pre'v;ous���to the ad-  . joi.ir'niueiit of the Provincial'House  a resolution was introduced asking  for a return of tlie correspondence  between Mr. .-.Morse, vice-president  of the, G. T. P., and the. Govern-,  nieiit, in reference to the construction of the British Columbia section  of the roaii. The correspondence  was published, and we clip the following from the Victoria Colonist/  wliich shows the subsidy asked for  from the Province of British  Columbia:   -  "i; Right of way, not exceeding  two huiidred feet, across crown  lands, fir main and branch lines,  excepting where'additional widths  are veqiiiied for sidings, stations,  sheds, .wharves, wharehouses, embankments, cuts, bridges, culverts,  drains and other, works anil appro iches thereto.   Fiiiec-u thousand  The  A.pril,:.sittirigs-: of 7 the"Tiill-^  court,11 ave bee 11 -. adjour 1 ied[10'Ju.'Je,7  which will throw over till that-time  the ..appeal .of,the;dcfp.ndants'.in. the;  case7 of.;Gina'ca- vs.'-McKee''Qreefe  Company,Tdecided :in .favor,'of'the'  plaintiff  last  fall:'  .AsVlhe.'nuilter  now   stands7-Mr,   Ginaca   has   the  water  claimed and the right-fo use  same until the decision is  reversed:'  In the meantime we understand  that Mr. Ginaca is employing himself in procuring skin and, as he  is persistent, .we feel sure that lie  will succeed and win his'.bet "ivith  one of Atliu's society ladies. ; This  remindsus ofthe tale ofthe ''Manx  Cats"--but--that is another story."T:  vi?^te��^V>TV^  TKe Reliable Shoemaker,  ,}..n "7.:" ;;7i;7-vT -V.V'-V7-DjSCpyiiKy, ,BV::C:;  '-.':;;"-^'-:l'7s.:-.',: :';7;.: V,:o-/::* T-;>T- ���' V-'-V/'-V"'  7'    Rubber Boots a Specialty;   ;,  THe  -Men's VSuits ^Cleaned  *;T: andi RenairadT  : --77   ;,;-��� :7^;;j-;i:.v:"'-:-.':';,-'., 7-: ^;  ::AII Work (jufireiupci).;;:..-'...'���.:.  Goods-: Cfillcd    For   and   Be-'  : livorcd.  . ;<i-.'. ������;���-. .���������!-.-.���������> ::-.--:,  w��.  ���A'tASKA   ROUTE.SAILINGS���;'  PineVCreek Power Go, ;ys, V ;  ';..' "T'"VTV"    Cancellor et"al.".  .The; follbwiiig" failings Tr'eV'ah-  nouncech for the .month of.'- March",  leaving Skagway at S p. 111.:  Princess.- May : April 15th and 25th,,  T-T. .May  5th,  "15th'-"'and 25th,-iand  ��� "vJitne ?5th:' ".[     :.:-,,V.;:,.     ;,,7V-.;.:i  For further information, apply-or  writeto [ .77H. B. Dunn; Agent,';::  ;���'.":.."���:.,.':.:', Skagway.'Alaska^  ��i, y.'-'.Cosh on,o livery.-.-:,_...  ''Mr. arte! MrsTJ.:S; Fenri,  'Tt - ���   ���   ;��� ." "   ,������'',: 'Tv. ',-'���.'"   -���..'���'.:.���      :  .'."t ;" Proprietors,.'  .It Will   Pay  Ycu V  Mr. Grime, one of the defendants  in^the above action, received '. word-  on the 1st inst. that, the interim  injunction granted some days ago  has been dissolved, thus .allowing  the defendants to, work the claim  until the trial ofthe action.'  Sabin vs. Pine Creek Power  Company.  Balmoral.: Hotel,       '  ... ,_...   ]3}5C(0yetiy^VB.     C.,  Miller & MeLar-en,. -   Proprietors.  We   /tins   �����&>   Plossse.  Finest Lie-uors and Cisfars.  Good  Stablinr;.  ���"���',: To"souil   "Tlio :C!liiini "  to   jour  "Frie'iids,   insfouil   of   loosing time  . vyi-itiii^: luttci'M,   it..ctiilo'tivoiirs to  I'.iililislipvcrv-.vvcbU nil the |)i-iiu;i-  'lml imvys of this District.    Price,  .'-'��� lo'.'iiny  purt  of  the vviu-l'l :��� Sis  ..:iiioiiths,.��2.r)U ; onu .vcai-, f.i.ljU.  T--  i'i" ���;  BATHS ;.'.: "-���  BARHERSHQP  Shiiii.us ;'& Unuy'.'vDuh 11aai.-:  Now oei'tiiiy <lio:v njvv <|iiiu-.tcis next  to tli'u Ittuili of li. N. A., first Sn-ti'ot.:  Tin: iinfh i'ooi:is lire (;.,il;ilij'V-.s yooil as foiniij  in   ijities.    Private  Uiitrain;e for liulies.  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED WITH  THE   BEST   OF"   GOODS  Ssa-*- 'c^c-frKsfcfire,   Piwr.  SPt  On Monday last Sheriff Shirley  took lunnal possession of the cle-  feudanls mining property at Discovery, under a judgment in favor  ofthe plaintiff for some $2,000 or  thereabouts.  A.-V. &. A.W..  llL'^uhir   i-oniin 1111 iiMi-  ti'ins  lielil  on   I lie   IIi-si  'rhiii'sila.v 'if cneh iiimitl  in  the  A.O. U. W. thill  Tliinl Street.  Vlsitliij; lircllii'cii cordially invited.  The Atlin Trading Co.,, to meet  the growing demands of their business, have decided to open a branch  at Discovery. h'or that purpose  they have just purchased the large  "n. J',;::.'inptiou fiom taxation for | and' commodious buildiiig  thuty years from completion of said ' occupied by .Mr. Koford."  acres of laud for each mile of main  ar.d branch lines lo be construe!ed  in the Province of Iiritish Columbia.  A Growing Business.  l.uelv  Brownlee&fflcFarlane  Engineers and Surveyors.  .1. ii. nnowM.Kii, p. 1,. s., n. i;.s.,  .1. \v. fticKAiihANi;,c, i-:.  WANTED.  MUN AM) WOMKN in lliiii I'liimty mill m|-  joiniii'i' territories, to |irosent ami ailverl ise  an olilestalilislieil. house of solid HiiiiiiimuI  standinj,'. Salary to men .'?ai vvcclily. to women 812 ,to $!S vvcnkl.v with e.\|iensi.'S nil-  vaneed imiili .Monilny li.v eherk dirci'l from  lieaihiiiarli'i's. Ilorsi! anil lmj;-^,v furnished  when necessary. Position iierniani.'iit. Address, ltliivv llros. & Co, Dept.ri, Mnnitii Hid;;'.,  Chieuiio, HI.  DiSCOViCRY.B.  C.  A STIilrjTI.Y  A Strictly  First-Cfass  Plotel.  Dining-Rcom in connection.  Choicest Wines, I.iquois ar.d Cigr.is  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor  DiKon'  &  Discovery.  OHVV   DAY  ANM)  NIGHT.  I-1 RST-CPASS RKSTA UR A NT  IN  CONNliCTlUN.  lU'Uiliiiuii'lora  for  U!.\(;tre klt:i.u.  ;1f  .',r.\  ill  ���-'I'jNJiKnii'rftrii'-iiiiiiViwSiiiiiii'^  aoMen  1  '���$  TY  i  i  m  m  , m  ���If  .'11  m  ��� i'tT)  /''il  m  f r  i  VV','  1  M  f  '���',"': 1  I  ill [*o.i  m  m (tiij.'.vi.iAn
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ATLIN,    B.  C,   SATURDAY,    MAY7   G,    1905   ,
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ATLJIN      TRADING'   .QOMRANY*    "Ltd.     In^ortersi and   General    Merchants.
Staple   and   Fancy   Dry   Goods,
Ladies' and Gent's Felt Slippers,
Ready-Made   Clothing,   -
Ladies'   Underwear,
Men's   Underwear,
Boots,   Shoes, Etc.
~S3ktX&-
We carry a full line of the celebrated Gold Seal Rubbers and Overshoes- Remember every article we sell wo guarantee to tie first class
our stock of Maple ana fancy  wmcenes
is larger than ever and all at close cash prices.
riunns iiki.ivkjikh tko.mi'Ti.v us tiik ciikkkh.
A. S. CROSS, Phes.
Re^c, vs, Callaghan,
Tho Prisoner Dismissed   for Want
,   oi' Jurisdiction.
Tiit arrest of Patrick  Callaghan
on   aMiuch   15th,   "o.),   and his imprisonment without trial  and   sub-;
sequent ilischarge by the Chief Jus-
,lice 011 August -Sth, 'o.|,  on habeas
corpus, aud'lhe  long search bj' the
police in their endeavor to re-arrest
3iim again, was brought to mind on
bis return to Atliu and surrender to
- the police on Sunday, Apiil r6th.
■   The piisoiier was arrested under
one" of  the most   serious   charges
known to the criminal code aud, if
convicted, ,\vas liable   to   imprisonment for life.
The preliminary hearing was
commenced on Monday, 17th of
April, and, after several 'adjournments and a partial hca--ing'-' of the
•case, for the Crown, came up again
ou Monday last.
Mr. W.   Pollard  Grant,   counsel
for   Callaghan,   raised the question
of   the jurisdiction   of the: magistrates, J. A. Fraser, Esq., and IT J.
Thain, Esq., on  tlie  grounds   that
under the   Habeas Corpus Act 31,
■chap.    2,    ivg   person   could   be rearrested or imprisoned for ,the same'
offence after having once "been  discharged under habeas cornus, with-'
out   an   order oi   a   eour.l   having 1
jurisdiction   in    the   cause,     and
pointed out that anyone infringing
tlhe  slat'tile   was liable to a heavy
penalty.    1."
After advisement, Chief Constable
Owen asked leave of the "cumrt to
withdraw the charge, and the prisoner was ifoinnally discharged.
In passing we wo.uk! say that
there have been some grave mistakes in ih-e whole confkucl of the
case. In the first place,■■while it is
true tluut Irne down showed at the
preliminary liia'l a grave case of
assault, the prisoner was held over
.5 months wjlhtsut being giveti an
opportunity of electing his trial, let
.alone loei'.'gVlepn-ivoc! of trial. If he
«,vas am iiuuo\i£i:t-man, and we can-
noL assume that lie was not without
si ttial, when he could call evidence
for his defence which wc are given
' to understand, would clear him, and
■especially in the face of his leturn
and surrender, his .lodgment in goal
for 5 nuDUths was ceitainly wrong,
its he has no redress.
After all is said and done, we
think-that the prosecution should
.let matters'rest and., when another
S'jriou.'i offence is comniiited, let the
vCtillaghiin case.be a Jesson to whoever conducts fox the Crowin, and
thus prevent a repetition ■of such
iinolher spectacle a.nd the expenditure of large sunisof both the country's and prisoners' money.
j R. WHITFIELD, will he in Atlin
! about the .last of April with afull
lot of Hand-Made, Watertight
! Shoks.    Hold your OTders for hiiii.
More Improvements.
Mr. S. Johnson, of the Vancouver Hotel, has put in a splendid
new bar, made by our well known
local cabinet maker, Mr. F.
Mark us.    .
Mr. Jules Kggcrt seems to be dissatisfied with his magnificently fit-
led ii]) store; he intends enlarging
his present quarters and putting in
more show casesJ
rfP-
Fhe Atlin Market: Co., Ltd.
'S s
Liquor License Act.
"NT OTIC 15 Is hereby given thut 1 shall
apply withiii 30 days from date for
permission to transfer the Liciuov I.icense'of
the Gold House, Discovery-, to Christian
Nissen-
m6-lt Joe. 1". Rose.
LIQUOR   LICENCE   ACT.
Application for Transfer of Licence.
rpAKE NoficTi that I,T3." P. Queen, of
Atlin, H. C, shall 'api>ls' to the Hoard,
of Licence Commissiim-ers at their next
meeting for the transfer of the Hotel
Miji'iiuiviuw held by me, to sell Intoxiuat-
iii^'biiliiorx iii. the >>i-oiiukcs known as the
" l.eland " Hotel, situate on I.otl2, lilvclt 10 ol-
the Townsite of Atlin., "li. C, to Jaiies
llASi.-iax, of A.Mill, II. C.
Dated this 27th day April, 1005.
-    Iff. P. QUliliN.
Lasi Chance MSmeral Claim.
Situate is 'hie Aims .Mintsu. Division of
CahSHAII    DlSTlllCT,    COXSISTIXO    Ol'   TUB
Last Chanck  .Munmjiual Utuu.   Wiiishk
l.OCATUB—iMlil'WUBN HlllCIl AND IteUliDKH
■CliKBKS, N'OWTll ■Oil' iPlSK CKti'BK.
rpAKH NOTfCli that I, M. li. Jaiinieson,
ajront for \Y. 11. Hivivvn, l'ree Miner's
Ccrtiikiatc u?>l,&K\ and 3.. .\L How nine. Free
Miiicn'V, Certificate »'.M,Sfll. and John Woods.
1'rec Miner's Cortilicirtcv, ]i3J,S92, -irntand, GO
days from date hereof to upiily to the Milling
Reuorder lor a Certificate of Impr«fv'enieiit
lor the purpose ut obtaining a Crown Grant
of the ahovt: claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section  27, must  he commenced  hefore the
issuance of s-ricli Certilicale of I nipi-ovement.
Dated this Ith duy of .March, IWIii.
y.. U. ,1 A. Ml US! !>,'., K. M. C. H3I.SPI.
Quscn Charlotte Mineral Claim.
Situate in tiii: Ati.in Lake Mi.srsn  Division   III'   O.VMHl.Vll   DlSTlllCT.     WllKIIH   LOCATED :—On   Union  Mountain,  Ukaii of
l-ITTI.E Sl'lll.'CH ClIliEK.
rp.MvIi NOTIC1C that   I,   Henry   Nicholson.
I'rui! .Miner's Ci'i-tiliraie No. 11:11.701, intend, sixty davs from the date hereof, tu up-,
ply to the .Mining Iterorder fur a Certillente
of linprovciniiiit, for the purpose of oljlain-i
intra Crown Grant of.the ulicivu claim.
And further take not ice that action, under
section :17, must  lie  commenced   hol'oro  the
issuance of suchOrt i Ileal e of Improvements.
Dated this .'.Ith day of Keliruury, A.'D. 1000.
IIICNIlVr NICHOLSON.
A naine explosion .iu the. Cab-bi
Creek • .Mines, near Kiiylbrd, ahoti.t
30 miles northoiOhari-Jstou, W..Va;.,-
;is believed to have resulted   in   tlie
.-death   olv live  miners and 'the fatal
. injury of llnee others.
Good rk>pe  Mineral Claim.
SUTU.ATK IN THE A I'.I.IN MaSHNI! II'XIVIHIOS Ol'
GAHbl-VH <WMWl»Otr.'-' WllEI.-E l.OCATEI)-
IlKADQUAlin.'KltB-OI' GlIANlTF. ClIKEK.
tiPUKK NOTICK that I, Geo. Pollay, l'\ M.C.
li'.lt.SUI., part owner and njrent. lor John
IvirU.lanil, \'. M.C. n:':i,4'il, intend, si.\ty days
li 0111 it Ini date herr.of, to apply lo the Mining
Iteuorilerlor a Certilicate of luiprnveineuts,
■lor tlieipurpose of olitaiiiinj,' a Crown Grant
•of thi! iiliovu claim.
And lurtlier take notice that nclion, iindfi'
sei'.liou "1, must lie commenced before the
lUsiinnceor such Cyrtiliunte of liiipiioveini'iit.
lJaleil IliinJivtda.v o.f April. A. D. l.i.S.
POULTRY  OF ALL. KINDS,   Dresed to Order.
■ II '   I    I   I    I   III! I     ■ ril'lll  ■!■■!      I—■    I     !!■ — H-MT«--"™- ————■■'—--— — ——■»■— — ....■—,— ,--.^.--t»
C.   DOELKER     Manager.
9
-SUCCISSKORS  TO-
THOMAS   &   'BENWELL,
Wholesale  Wiee ■ mi  Spirit' Merdiatits.
USHER'S   WHISKIES.
Vancouvkr, 13. C, - - - P. O. Box 102.
The KOOTENAJ HOTEL
OP£$    DAY    AND'   NIGHT.
THK .DINING-ROOM IS 'CONDUCTED  OJSl   STRICTLY .FIRST-
'      ' CLASS ' PRINCIPLES.   .
f    riT
EEE ' GOLD " HOTJSE,.
DISCOVERY,  B.   C.   "",
-    F. P. Wrong, Mgr.
^>\ C. H. JSJissen, Prop.
1     . . -
\   ■ Hestaiirunt in Connection  Under
New and Cupahle Mauiv^ement.'/
\
■ <i
THE • RUSSELL "HOTEL.
DIXCN    BROTHERS,   Prop-rUtors.
Bool    &    Billiads,    Free.
Freighting and Teaming &        Horses and Sleighs for Hire.
THE §2©WAI_ HOTEL,
TALLMI.RE  &   BENNETT,    Proprietors.
Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.
FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION,
ciioicrsr \mnls, tioucus ami ckiaks—casl goous a splcialh.
ihe   Canadian   Hank  of   Commerce.
CAPITAL    PAMJ    UP    Si 0,000.000.
R-iS-icuvi-:.  $3,500,000.
Branches of the Bank at ieattiO,
Ean francisco.
Portland.
Sk Jig way, <&:-&.
EziGkziKCjQ soSsl am all PQi'ixls*
Ooi.u Dust.PuKCiiASKn—Assay Oi-'i'icj-: in Gonniactioh.
D.  ROSS, Man rigor.
VANCOUVER  ENGINEERING' WORKS, LTL.
VAMCOUVEH, BJ C.
SPECIALISTS   IN
HYDRAULIC    ClANTS, WAT^R    GA'TLS,
RIPI'LK    BARS, STLKL RT\"i'TT^.n . i'<lVl\
MOISTS,       MINING    CAGLS     anw     KYUV.   'CAR'-S.    '
.    MKTiir.  TO  "SJ-'ECJA1-   DE2:C7fl.
A..   C.  1-IJSSC.HFELD,   Arfent i'cv Ailiii  DisuicE- l'<3<  !  V"!V -���'.-' ���  r;iL: ���  :#':'..  if ���'���''���'  .'.   i ��� -. .  '.:���!:''; ���:'  .T'ATLIN, j.;;B.:-V C;,   .SA^rURDy,::;>MAY.7;6V VT9o5:  for;  ��� J9"  epaire  :'f^7;&j��sycia7:'7'SJs&s3lie'S'-.always ; on, 'teasn&��7'  H:v:;,;---lv,.*T,-,'':B-^-B,''��^--v0'-,';,li/S  Local':., Events.  :;TVv::Safc'-7Deposit   .Vaults,.,at ��� Jules  E^erl's:   'Rates ' reasonable^: ;:  ���.������.-    , .   .'O O,   . - _     ������-.....'���;-���'.���..    .   j- j. ....:.- '��� .:..,���.���:: /. -';.. . T."..  VW i VMj-; Gus Anderson, who 'arrived  V last: "week, -  presented  ;Mr.- A/ S.:  ;.V::Cross7with a spleudid^nngget.chain  T: as a.token of llis:':���':'frieil'cl's1.li'p.::an,cl,es-  TT:teeiil:JpX:tl.l.?lLS?.!ll!.?!.ll?.1lT TVJ."V'. ������:7:7.-L.  TT.-McDorialdTs   Grocery-'  makes;, a  :;    specialt3r"of:-fresh'.'eggs7and butter.  7 : Mr.- Cv; Gbwper,Tvho, last-;year  7Avas'employeid On thelSTS. Gleaner,;  .:: left :tbvvTiVbir:::Monda3'-eveiiing last  -7>for^������-;Whitehorse, where..he���', has  '.���'-. secured. aV.billeL'on one, of, the big  ,t:;;:riyer,boats.TT     .���.. V.,:.".7.7;.,::     77 TV',  7::'TThe .Columbia,: Graphophone;7;is  T ou exhibitVat Jules Eggert' s,: who is'  V 'sole agent.for'"the Atlin District and  .V��� 'Car Cross..V V; ::':-���.,  T'   r '���'��� '   7     ������-'���'-..-.���       "','-' T"'���.'��� T     .''.-���'.''     '* " '  '���-. -Mr. J. ���'���������Pa'lme'iv -the well-known  : Disco very/shoe ilia k er who h as been  T'speeding the/winter iii, .Califoriiiai  T returned". to/the campVlatelyTiidTs  Tlookiiig TvellTifter His trip. 7 Mr.  .'���''���Palmer- has ^re-opeued^his. store in  ,'.. Discovery and is: ...prepared T'or-a���  Tvgdqcl season's trade. , ���.���.������' ���-.:��������� -  ���-.��� Circulating'.' Library, -containing  besl editions, atC R. Bourne's.  ^  -Word   was   received, in town on  -.Sunday stating- thai J. Francis Lee,  'who   was- well   known in A.lliii in  en901-02, had died at Detroit, Mich.,  on April 2S. '. Mr. Lee, while in the  north, was''traffic manager   for   the  White   Pass   &   Yukon, Route and  since leaving that position had been  connected   with   some smaller concerns in the cast.      "   . ;'.,.".'  - -Mrs. 7 Peter's /- Restaurant T.and:  Bakery is now open ; also furnished rooms by the day or mouth. - --  Mr. A. .13. Taylor,, of The local  Dominion Telegraph, office, received  the sad intelligence on Saturday  last from , Ottawa that his father,  A.' II. Taylor, had died'/that morn-  "-'.-. /Thelatest Tuagaziues; and papers  are always 011 hand at^Pil.linan     .,--':  The mail due on Wednesday did  "nol" arriveuntil ThursdayTt"7$ p.m.'  ���bud trails beiiig-thecxcusegi.ven;  7:Sewing Machine, for, salecihea p". T���  :Apph' this onice.::.77-  :.^ The hewsTaiue oveiVllieTvire 611  Monday from Telegraph of a serious  accidenfJh7whicliTrnttle7girr6f six  received a '22-,cal.7 bullet -in the  abdomen. Slie was taken to Wrau-  gel for treatment".'.'; V VV 'VV. VV V  : Onion Sets, Garden and; Flower  Seeds,. at/C. RV Bon riie'sT 77V 'VTTV V"-  'T^^cVV  We have/just/received a large consignmeiit of VFa^cyVand  :vTTT. .VTTVT;"V; ' VT.::-' V.T/TStaple',Grocenes.'V7:;;7.,:T:.:.7V.7,1:.;7V.7'T.:V.-.V''V.^  IfVyou 'wantfresh ^opdst at: bedrock prices, caHvand see us^;  the :m&n;vst��reT FirsT7:strl;et:  f  ~7M  .New Arrivals.  V-:The7fqllowiiig..:arev.the7names'qf  'tli.pse v,-.\yli'o 'have: ,re turned /to/the  camp during t he past seven or :eight  days:-���Henry -Maluin.; and ; '.Mrs.  Maluino and daughter, Gust. AVes-  -teriaiidi:";'.J;7/:W.;,V;He_iirk  Wick land, JoelMatt:s6n,/Fred/Gus-  ������'tafson,, (Teo.^Arrn strong, J.- ���Arm-  strong,i;iGep. -Mathewson,: A. 'Lin-  stroni;' A."'Martin'', J. Oslerhulm, A'..  .SkbjgriV-' E. V -Skog,. GT'ViSfylmidT; \A:";  Walkin, ' G. Shermer, W. .Sherhier  and Mr.'Davis. ������-'-'���' '' .7.; .'. :  333 Hastings Street,' Vancouver, /B.V.'.'.G.   7V  ;��� ������������-.,'T,.-'���'-���:-.ftgkftRSSWtS^���-������.��� -������v.-.v" .V-Tv^v;  f^MaiP'Orders'.^ ".���.���;������' :  ; Self-Measurenient: Blaiiks; aud: Samples sen ton' application.:./  E  05:  :^IMv.TV,'V7;i;  all aceoiints7c<jlle(.'teil  Paints   and.'.'.varnislies'fdr sale at  J. 1). Durie\s.V.'.     . V V:-; V ��� ..V-;   : .T;  The Rise and. Fall'.  S3.50   per   Light  sr   month   per: Light  Until further notice, the /following will   lie. t.lirs. rotes'-for-''Lights.;  .'.:,//���''���-^. -���     '.-,':���������   ���-'   ���':'?���  -\'-u--  '��������� .������.���.'-���niontlily..: ".'f ������-������������,"���:��������-:'���.���-'-��� ���������  7'777777-y0:^^  vlnstallation,v;v;;:..;..'.-.:v.;./.\V:.;-:.r.:V::.w:.;;-.^:.^...;...7;....-.^  ."-'.������������  ��� ���,'���-:���!;���- '.Subscribers can be supplied ati .Meter rates :  Rent of each   Meter; ..;;:...v.../.:.//.   -.���.'.:''.;V.7:������������:;-:'. 77V;;-.7v 7..:.$tOOpeP month  :-'---.V.-:.-Hr^-z7-*-r-/-,J ;--fri-- ���!:Vt-!-.': O 1"    II t'"illl t "i'- I'll tCSVllS     ��� I " <1 CI'' t'~r,        7 ^:>;lH- ~ V<      ;rti^f ^'+^-��~:.-^  8   Candle   Power   Incandescent, ..............$1.75   per  is- ������-:".��� .:���-/.. .���������"::-. ,;t:7T' .:-:;- ':;:'T;.:.Vv..:.��� - 3.ze '   '  32'vV--'V':v';:" ���������':"..-"::';-���;���":-.=������'' ,-7 7    ...-.^.T....;^5.50 7'" ��� "���������".���..":������":���'��������� 7'".',.' ."���..'  ': l'i'om and after tho Srd' January. 1SC5, ail l.ishts vvUI l;e tiirnedoll- u't."2 at hi. and relit from 6 a. 111. until daylight.: ;,'���',��������� .7'���'���/���..' '.��� ������ ���������    :.,'..  All biiriied-oiit. or bliu-.lieiied laniiis will l.o (ixchanged for new ones, free of charge, if  brought to the Company's office, but broken, ones'will be charged for at ill) cents each.  The' Company's -.'.'Modern Steam LauHdry has been leton leuso to Mu. and  Mils. 1'ens,who will collect and deliver all wasjiing, receive payment for a-ll 'vvnsliiiiir, and  pay alliiccounts in connection with the I.auiidiv.' -.-������  ing al the age of 65 years.. He  left a grown up family of six . sons  and three daughters. Thelale Mr.  Taylor was a prominent member of  tlie St. Andrew's and Masonic societies, had of late years been customs appraiser al Ottawa, and had  formerly.acted as agent in thai city  lor the Grand.Trunk Railway for  upwa'ids of "thirty years.  Canvas lenls---ail  sizes;���for sale  al J. D. Curie's.  ���   The low  est and.  ligh  est tempera-  lures  reco  rcled  .for  the  week  are as  follows :.'���'''  Apr.  28  31  a bo  ve  45  above  2 9  .24  :    -43:  3��  vi 7  38  May  1  41  .427  2  .3 ���".'���  4  26  ���T8-  29  .-���  ;.  42  ;45:"  , 44-  %MiMM^  %$mM&m-:-'  Executed Cheaply/ Promptly and Satisfactorily.  &fkW^  w��\  Mining Hardware at J. D.'Durie's.  3%i  ���r>.  on.B<rrw  ^Jfiiia  fifty  I.  t'3 te  -��  '  - ON  BALMORAL '.HOTEL,  DISCOVERY.  The  Spruce  Creek   Orchestra will  Furnish the Music.  Gents $1.00.  Dancing at 8.30.  SMALIT  ,.-������'���'.   T -    '-.'���   ATLIN,  U.'.'C.'-'       .     '  :   BREWERl 'JCFr �����&$��& BJEES1  AND    LARGE    ORDK'RS    PROMPTLY    Kl L  [���CD.  I lib  Ladies Free.  i All are -Invited.  t-i w    vif  %&e  IMISI/11  ?-fa fin  y%Xmmm HUCC,^oi,TO m. foley  tuJy '   ��� .  ������������#; TilE ��IIANII Hllllfi. ���#,  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTI'L IN THIC NORTH.  EVERYTHING CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  Uei"t0"��Sa��G   RcGiacspaht .in . GaxsseGCics:.  DAVID   HASTIE, 'Proprietor.  CORNIiR   1'l.K.ST  AVJiNUK   AN1J   UISCOVIvK V  STKIvKT,   ATr.IN.  MTiim   ��ME&P   QMSM   QT&SiE,  ��Sft��JCasssaK33.'itsc��*  gSr-  FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.  Flour,  Oats,  Chop   Feed,   Bran,   &c  ��� &c  TW E  IIalp-Way House  is n liiivi-n fur nil  Iruvullurs. Tliumuiila  (in.! iVou-milliii^ .-111,1  <h�� hriitmrs in Uw.  I'nr us rcfresiling n.s  the (low of Hi,. I'.-irly  iii(iniiii;r. An ii|i..,'i'|  siiiiinici' iiiul vviiiici!  ri.'soi'l.  JAMES  CLARK,  I'lioi'Kurj'o^.  VI  I  :TM  1  1  ia  i  ti'f  5-v 1  .'������IB  "ill  m  m  #

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