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The Atlin Claim May 20, 1905

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 ;.y^.^w.ri.w..,li���^ }n  ^M^ociasiKKtnSi^i^sd^  :/���-:  ^  .<2&,  '.'������>'. ������''  ���' ���-.*�����  "���"���'".'t3.-o;  ������ ��� CD  ���-.--. * ��� -'--')  ������ co  ','���;;.?  -,' c������������  ���:: ���,���.<-*  :'���>    ��     ::  ������'���I-  ... '   *T\       *���-  :i.:.j2"',,:  ���'���...���aC ������':.'-".���:  .!LO.  ... ���-���������  -r>  -..���������#���>  "a,  pr  ^fe  VOr,. :i2  'ATLIN,; BVC,   SATURDAY,     MAY' ��� 20,: 1505.  NO. 305  ,';, ;/Tokio, :;Majfvi5.��� r.r rs definitely,  ';.��� ; known/here jUuVt,;-:'A^fi>fT;ru'l.J<|jje's-L-'  ...-';.;veirsky.'s;; squadron, bailor.; leaving  - I-Ionkbho'.'-v'lJuy', oir'^Iay. Stii, liaS'  ��� ���:/re-entered. the'Fay-and; coiitiii lies at  ".//anchor; ill ere; ���'���, -The Japauesc;gov-;  :- -en mien l"Jihsl-.seii';:.:''''a^;t]iird'';>strpiigly!.  .//.worded;-protest' lo; France on'' the  ,, , rt c 11 Ira I it y C{ 11 est ion./J; ;/.///A////  ///;  "St;  Petersburg; /���May;:'15.-���The  .//troops hayejieeu called; but; to; quell  - a ;bigi disturbance/at .the/Nevski  /V ship/yards; AV.liere:alPtlie;.men:;quit  / .work tpday1 in; a body.ancl, carrying  ;; ;.red.:nags'; jjki relied -through tlie.ad-'  ������;;. jacent/^part/.cit; the/tpwiL^siiiging  ; - ..revolutionary songs. /Bloodshed is  0/ expected. ;/'' S-A;':'/"^ /���'//^���'���c;;/:-/'-;^';! ,  ;���;:.;,   Sail'; Ldegp;/Cal.,,iMay  'ioi'^���rA;  ;������;/' ulrunkeu\ maniac vran.anKick.';here;  /tbda_v and shot and; killed four'neo-':  ':.:,: pie ti:>cl fatally;injured, two/,o.tliers.-'  ; f:He:; put:.aii,,.eiid,vlb his carnagejjy'  ; ���'committing -suicide: '/Ivfosf; of the  ;'}.,vietiuiSAvere:unknown to 'him;;';/--/-  ������"' :'/./':Ottawa���V:6nt;;^;^la'y'':i.5;thv-^Tlie:  ; v'State'Departiueut, today received, a'  ������.-' cable;: aii hounding/ that r: there?were  .���;.;:;'thr.ee,Cjcases:_.p/;L  :;'Scotland'   ; The   aulhorities-.avere  keeping a' close .watch for; new cases  .;';���.'"': but a general-ont!h'eak;of��� ��� the'.--:'>ick--  5iess':was not anticipated. ;-  New   Clnvang, ;. May   15.-^X1 is'  ; : officially ;i-epbrLecl    here   that; two  "Japanese transports struck miues in'  .    the Ciull'uf. P.cchilion Sunday.  .One  ;sank aucL-the other "was badly clam-  aged and "in a.sinkiug condition.'  Singapore,   May;-.-.r.-j. -^-.Thirteen  Russian:: warships   were sighted on  Jvlav X2th hits' miles north 0! Kani-  -"���.;��� rtni'li-liuV'.-." / ". .; ���  Vancouver, ilC'May v6'.���I.)au  ,;.��� McT,eod,'former'char.ipipn -wrestler  ;.of America,:  was   tonight defeated  i:i   best two   in  three -falls by Jack,  ,1;.Cai-keek A :    :.:;.;-, ���.'-.'..'..';. _:"       y\."   ;;  , :   Tokio, May :i6.��� The Berlin -foreign   office, denies the.report that a  German force had been   despatched  J to'" occupy Hai   Chow, Province of  '��� Shang Tung. ���..-.-        '- ��� _      ,  Kittaniugy Pa., '. May ' r5. ���Op-  lions, incliuiiug practically all the  coal.mines in the-. Alleghany River  valley, have' been- taken by a large  syndicate. -Sixty-seven coal companies are invPlved iu the ileal aud  the price is said to be close'to  $6,000,000. .-'   ..- ��� ,-   ���  Saigon, May 17.���-Admiral De-  jonf|iiieres, who has been cruising  ' the Annan: coast, returned hereto-  day. When seen regarding the re-  ports gathered , concerning the  breaches of neutrality of the Russian ��� fleet. Admiral 'Rojc'-tveusky  showecl absolute, disregard of all  discussions of the subject. The  Russian commander proceeded as if  his position gave him complete independence and declared that he  acted entirely on hisown judgment,  aud in concluding he remarked  that the criticism of others did not  change bis opinions.  ;vSaiu1y.; Hook^,;N';- V., .May" 17;���  'f h e y acl 11;-race-acf os s I lie A11 ani ic,":  Iroin this place to panels End,;Eng-  ���1 ancl,; for a citp'"doiiateil'.. by.;tlie Ger-'  uiau iunperoiV:started ;,today at;j:2.-.;  ���5 R"��i'-;: There: Averc 11 staVlers. ,=  :;;;TacPin;a, Wash;,.May i.^;.^-'w.l'ieii";  i[!c.'':H.ieamcr':.r;Ce^.it'emiiaJ,^  1-ranc.i^0-,Bl'fi.ve(|vr!1Pre1: today-and  ��\t-Leiiij.">l.pci tp '"r6ii.ipy(c:her cafg'owith  'li.-gai'8"'ipT-^vSefiale  local ;lpi:gsliorenieii.:: .boarded her.  ai'iuedr witli )c!libs-and pistols; : In  tlie;fight \\diich:ensue(i;sonie:36 odd  shots-.were ;vfired';-;audrseveii1 were  bad ly i 1 ij n-red; '.��� Jt.:,is also:; thptrglit;  thatsevefal were drowned by being1  rushed ;pverboard.;; :;';:--,; 7/^! ;"���;:;  :v: ���T��k''?>:' ^Yi. iS;���:The,.reported;  departure t;bf;; Rojestye'nsky ; ifrpm  ���Hd.iikolie Bay 'northward; 1ias;'Te-  :iiewed/the; expectations/ofa-naval  action;i!r,the;near"-n.itufe; .i'v',':i'-''--'--i;;  ;;^St.;;;r5etefsburg,!:Ma  reported:that Admiral -RojestVeiyky  ;lias;suffered:a :iiei-\'bus:'break-down  and'!Jia's7teIegrapiied; thevEmperpr  that;it.is;iuipossib!e;for;liim to proceed. ;It;:is; denied ;tliatliehas asked  10 be;relieVed.'":- -...;        ;;"'";;";'!'.,;:;':'.:  ';Sal)in;ys.;Pine Creek^ Powep Co. ;\  ;;,-:As.:niehtipued! in;our:issue of ;;tlie  6th,inst;,; tlieiSlierilTpf  .certain^property; of::.the -defendant  conipanyHvhder:;a.-;writ' of execution'  .���fpr.-'^Pivt';';".^  iustant he,;received word from the  Registrarr:at..:yatieouv.er,;to -withdraw as thewrit-dias^been set aside.  We are advised that judgment had  :been entei'ed; in and .execution issued out of the wrong',court;   ',. .., ��� -.  y;-:;:;:;:;Mi:in:llg;";M  :;;:,The;:McKee:.Consolidated .cPm-  iuchced; piping this week.'^V-'-'  ^A:I31ackA&i;;Cp;;'pf^BouiderA:ha^  closed ' down :Jor; good. .- Theyjiad  hopedjp ^operate a few weeksdonger  but the'- "water.cpnipelled-a���siis'pen'-.'  siou of the: work;-' ;!;v:;,;,;;���:;  ;; :Mr.:,Jasnies: Neclved,; of iSpruce  Creek, .lias.brou'g jit. ail act ion in the  County"���'Cpurt /against ijohu .-.Neid-  liart,:of;Spruce;Creek,;t6 enforced  ;mecliauics'.;lein against the Chicago  Bell Tlacer for .the sum of $212^. ."  Jaiiies:Simpspn,. who; for the,past  year J lias. ,beeir .with Tjik;: Claim,:  left .town 011 ^Wednesday^fpr^illow  Creek, vwliere he will inine a rich  claim; iPnv^Nugget- Point:''".;-. Mr:  Frank .P;v;Miller;:wiirbejiis;paftner,:  ahid^wewislitb bothjallthesuccess  tliey/deserveiiftheif'liew^venture. :  ;-: Messrs..Ginaca:';:,;:a'ncli.vMputit'.--.'will  this season use;the hydraulic.plant,  and ^ditches;;of the :McKee\eonsoli-:  dated;,: -Hydraulic,";Mining;;:Co.;Jon;  their ^property';;dn''-'McKee'; 'Creek,-;  and are"iio\v.:busy:getting ;the:plaut  in to; shape.; 7 The" corripan}'v\yillin6t::  w-ork. ; their ^property-this-:seasoii;'1'  Tliis arraifgerHeiitlias; 'been ehtefed  into to . facilitate the; working of  both, properties).and also';to -avoid,  friction;' -;;; ' '. ;;:;"::-;  From^the; Recordin?' Office:  /Stables  &:'it/Umsden make .a spe-:  cialty of Fresh Eggs 'and Butter.   :  ;" Recorded.���Discovery7 cm.-.:���." .Vol-;  canic Creek, by; Geo.- A. Smith.''���.���?������''  ���'..; .Bills of Sale;--Sangster. to Gamp-;  bell,'"Ftiltbn'-',creek claimon Bpul-:  der;-:; Curncyv; aiid^: Miller to'-Cox^&-  Co.v-VAIb;C.'.';- bench --cJaii&^oii  'Sprue e;'-'.-:;:;-'..^:>.:...;::-:;;^.;:-"'-;;/s:";.o  'Hydraulic,/-Locations.;:���-:''-'.''Joliir:;  ,'Biill,'.; :;,pn:;;;Pine,;;M:)}':,J.; Dunhain-:'  -''S^dlz-Caha;^.:;'ou;;R  :Bordmau.;;:}';;'-;���.;>-..'< ���.:'-y:;v:]^:l^A^''::.:  ;��� /Transfers:^''Eohdbiv'-'/'-hydfau-"  lie on Otter^Eall toV;Maluin; anclv  Jamieson;;';Montfeal,'^ Pn -Boulder;:  Sau'gster.tPfCampbelL;::-:.;-;'\'iv;:'.; - ..;  ;.:vWater .^Notice.^-^J.! :Hh.nna,-;;2ob^  inches .on ."VolcanicV ���:/,:'. :f; ;..  ::-''r ":: '  ;���;?;;;;;;;;:':The,-Police -Court.'.,;-/;��� ���:?.: \'A  /���^^bis:has;beeii��� .a busj^week.at;the';  Court; House^^  du.r/6.citizeiis ;j)aid; $5 ;:.and .costs_for,.  creating a,distuidiaiice.-^vWedn'esday.-:  saw five, men:from the.creeks;up ba;  the;;; same..:,pl]euce.!';Fdiir^^  usual -;|5 aiid costs ancl; t heliftli man;  was::;;dismi:^eci,C-.Gn^lhe^same clay'  bne^df;;tlie;;;i)iscoyeiw: demimonde-  was;'fiiiecl;|:2o;aiid:costs;;'for assault- :  in g a. n o't h ei-:wqiiia n / \ ��� -I;ate r- -1 li e re:  wasM'cJiar^o'f^house-bfHkiiig'au^  stealing ;laid:-:against the same wo-;;  man. ; The; case was remanded UU:  -Monday, ;aud:��n;;4he meantime',she^  is out; on -bail-��� Oii; ThursdayJas/;  Reid, -of ��� Discovery,;:had. anoi.her,  citizenupTur assault,'but the charge  was withdrawn.;' ������.-���'.'.  ��Svs. ^Ki'Oii?^  S^>'  APPLICATIONS FOR; LIQUOR LIQBNSES:  ;   ; ; A -Meeting; of the 'Board of "License Commissioners fe  will   be   held   in ;tHe   Court; House, A^ Wednesday, June 15th,: 1-905,. at iQ  a^m., to consider;the granting;of the :f  *ixa****j* J^r^iK^-j<MJtf^^yjr.jjx��ugvcj^3s^t��cifaM>��^j'B^a-aa cimm  Wil�� KwtKAnv^w  ; Name' of A i>pliuant.  Dixon, Robt.B..............  Hastie, David..:.....,-.   Ilasiett,', James.............-.,  Kirkland.John '....:..'.;.  Johnston, Samuel.......   McDonald, Alexander^.  Tallmire, Joseph...'.  j...      do  .-Description  of T-ic-ciise.,  ...Renewal  of Hotel...  ...    , do  do    ...  ...Transfer  do    ...  ...      do  CIO       ...  ...Renewal  do   ..:;  ...      do  :do ��� ...  l-ixsiilHy cil' Pi-eniisos SoiiKlit tci.-lio'Jjlcoiisotl.  Russell Hotel, "Pearl Avenue, Atlin, B. C,  do.  do   ���-..���'   :   '  do  ��� do  vSlreet and Trainer  Dixon &. vSchulz...   Galarno, "A. I,."  ... ...  Miller, A". M..................  ......  Nissen, Christian   'jiieeu, K. P..;   Sa'i ids, J 'A ward   McDonald;  Daniel ;.   Uoxborough, John.   Joyce, Frank '.     Clark, James. -..:..;.  Tugwell', ������Thomas.....   [Imcheliffe, Ivlisabelh   My land, John   Calibre-nth,   frank   Ati.in, 11. C, May, 16th, 1005.  ..      do  ..      do  .. .   do  ..Transfer  ..Renewal  ..      do  ..      do  ..      do  ..      do  ���"���      do ���  .. , . do  ..      do ,  ���..      do  ..     ,do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  do  I Grand Hotel, First Street,  j Lelaiid Hotel, J'earl Avenue,  j Kirklaud Hotel, First Street,  | Vancouver i-futel,      do  j Kooteiiay Hotel, corner First  :   "    ��� '  Aveiiue,   Atlin, Jj. C.  ; Royal Hotel, corner First Street aiid Peail   Ave  ; .uue, Atlin, JJ..-C.  "Nugget Motel, Main Street, Discovery, B. C.  ;B. C. Hotel,    - do do        do  ; Balmoral Motel,       do,  ' do        (!(,  .Gold Mouse, do  ' .   do        do  ! Royal Hotel, do . do        do  I Pine Tree Hotel,      do '      do        do  j Arctic Hotel, .do Bennett, B.C.  Surprise Lake.Hotel, Surprise Lake,    do  Summit Hotei, White Pass ,Huintnit,    do  Plait' Way House, Hail' Way House,,   do  Log Cabin Hotel, Log Cabin, B. C.  Dawson Hotel, Taku, B. C. ,   .  Hyland Hotel, Telegraph Creek, 15. C.'  Callbrc-ath Plotel, do do  WAT/l'KR   OWKX,   Ciiiki- Lici;n.si- Insi-jcctoh. ATLIN,^ B.;; C.;     SATURDAY, , MAY    20.   1905  The ftlin Claim.  THEATL1N CI.AhW is pudlishtd cvcnvsArunoAV  MORNING.       MAILED     FRCC-TO     AMY     PART   OF  THE   wenLD .rori go   cents   pen  month ;   tcoo   pen  :       YIZAM.       AOVERTISINC. HATES :   tl.OO PEH I NCH EACH  INSEFlTICf::   READING  NOTICES,1  2K  CENTS A LINE.  .'. SPECIAL   nATCS    ON    APPLICATION.  ' . .   -"  ''  ~*����^-  .lOIi PRINTINvi :  BILL-HEADS, POSTERS, VISITING    CARDS,  .LETTCn-HEADS. PR OC h A M M ES,        ETC.,   ETC.      ...   /  ORDERS    PROMPTLY    EXECUTED. ,.  . -     .:      .PRICES   MOOERATC. "  ...TimATMS CJi.AIM   I'Ulll.lSIIING Co.-  W.     POMJAKIl.     GliANT,:. .   lilUTOH-M.VN'ACiKH  :<:'-,;;;-;"-:' ':v��TOWNr-EOTS;  : ;;/  ,;;; .;The ; public ''n:ieetiugr,calledv for  'VMonday evening last, to discuss, the  /., questioii 'of; a reduction;in;the ;pi'ice  ;; :;pf; the   Atlin : town <;lots .was; very  ,;������".' poorly attended.    After an informal  .   discussion it .was decided; to adjourn  : until a later daterand in the ;mean-'  ... time;that an .effort.be made to inter-  .;;' est   the;: property "owners   in "the  / ,question.    The. government isvvil-  / ;ling;to;cloall .that-tiieycan   within  ���/.....their.; statutory rights /to 'meet; the  :-'Twishes' of the citizens.. -We certaiu-  ;; ly think/that   it  would \ pay ,'oiir.  .7 townsmen/ to   niake; -. a;.-', concerted:  /effort at this time.:.  }:.;..;V}'^->:CTBI4IC^6R^::;::-|;:;;;;/.  :,; Nowthat our spfiiigand summer  ��feye ai'rived,\the work pii our piib-  ; lie buildings ancf .roadsMias started'  : in   earnest. /The   public'.buildiiigs  .in .Atlin /are.,; being /painted   and-  overhauledat'"an.-expenditure   of  $35"-  ..'At the. present time workmen .are engaged in"!the construction  of a road from Discovery to Spruce,  and also   of   a   new    bridge    aciuss  Pine Cieek, for which latter work a  special   vole   of   $750   was  made.  There  is  a sum of $9,000 set aside  for roads and bridges;    The whole  appropriation for this district'totnls |  .-$11,650, of which probably $16,650  will be spent in the Atlin   division.  Taking  into  account the compactness .of our district,   this, compares  very:favorably with the  appropriations    for   other   outside   districts  where  from  300  to 700- miles -of  roads have to be maintained.  CORx^ESPONDENCE.  ���[Tliu Claim is imt responsible- for views 6k-  |iruss(!il hy correspondents.]  The Fritz Miller Memorial.  1 Editor Claim,  Dhar Sir.���-Last winter' when I  was   in   Victoria   a   copy   oc   Tin-;  Claim   reached   me  containing an  account of'a public   meeting  called  tor  the  purpose of taking into consideration the Fritz Miller Memorial.  I gathered from the  account  given  that it was. the intention of the committee  in   charge to expend a portion ($500) of the fund collected on  a stone and apply   the   balance  towards erecting the Fritz/Miller Memorial   Operating   Room   as an addition   to  the   hospital.    I did'not  receive  any officials-report   of   the  meeting, but felt justified in  acting  on the newspaper report.  I immediately wrote the  Premier  as follows:  The   Honorable  Richard McBride,  Premier, Victoria, B. C,  Dlcar Sir,���Last summer 1 wired  you at the:tinie of-Uie death of Mr.  Fritz; Miller,-'��� of,���������Atlin.  "The-coui-  munity felt his loss .very deeply' ancl  have  in /many ways endeavored to  give expression to'their feelings. A  comhiitteewas appoiutedand a fund  raised.   Tiicdisposition' of this fund  of $74>S   has., been decided 'upon;  $500 is to.be..expended in the erection of a monument and the balance,'  $248/is tobeapplied to a'fuiicl  to  erect an operating room atthe'Atlin  hospital, ���"and   is';'.'to" be.called   the  ''P'ritz./Miller;Meniorial Operating  Ward."      The   estimated   cost   of  this.is $700, and a committee of the  citizens are in akin g an endeavor to  raise   the . balance.; of $4 56;" ; -You  were good enough, last summer, to  express your  condolences, through-  me,   to   Mrs. /Miller "and the com-  niunity,/and;in/a.J.ater:.cominunica-:  tiou desired nie to say to the people  that,  the   Goyeriiment   would 'cooperate with 'them  in expressing in  some tangible form the regret of the  country at   large   at/the loss of the  discoverer of gold in Atlin/../.;:': :'':::  -i; won id; respectfully, ask' that the  Government;   will/now/contribute  towards   the   fund ,for; the;   "Fritz  Miller .Menierial Qpefating Ward."  I have; the .honor to be, sir,  ,/ Your obedient servant,..  ",;;,;;;;;;;,,;:;H.f;. young.  March29th,  1:905. ;; ;, <"���  ;;;At; the 'time -I deft Victoria the  Government had not/taken action  iii: the matter, but since my return I  received the following::- j t  Premier's Office,' ��� ������  Victoria, April 28, 1905.  H.KYoun'g.Esq.vM. D.,-M;P;P.,  ���;'������;.   Atlin,. B. 0. ;;/���:���-:--.;���-  Dear Sik,��� I have bycpiicur-  rent post written to Rev. Mr.  Stephenson regarding: the Fritz  Miller Memorial Fund. -I.enclose  a copy of my note. I do trust the  committee will meet with : ���every  success in its proposed arrange-  | meats.': You know how- scarce  money is,-".-and this; .explains .why  the sum was not larger.  Yours truly,   '.    :;-"  Richard McBridk.;  Rev. F. L. Stephenson, Atlin, B.C.  Dkar   Sir,���Fritz    Miller   Memorial���The.  ; Provincial    Govern -  ment has decidedthat a subscription  of $150   be   made by the Province  toward  the : above   project.     This  amount   will be provided for in our  estimates for next year and, while I  regret    my inability  to 'remit   the  subscription    by   concurrent   post,  you may feel assured of the money  being forthcoming in clue course,  I am, sir,  [ Yours obediently,  Pkkmilr.  April 28, 1905.  I. trust that my action in this  matter may meet with the approbation of the committee and those  interested.     I remain,  Very truly,  H. E. YoUi\G.  Atlin, B. C, May 15th, 1905.  %%$$1t$    &l.  Why sbsh out vviiiis you can nv:v conns a-s vsikav incur,:  Atlin, Nugget  and   Grape   Rjnfls  ji��kI ��M Ju��kIs of Jlewciry m,w��-  factured on llio premises.  Kino  New  Stock  of   Watches,   Ctoclcs,  Jewelry  t"��l   Diamonds  ���Watches from ��3.0(1 up.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Fainted China, Souvenir Spoons..  JULES EGGERT & 'SON,  ATI.IN .AN33   JJISCOVKRY,  WATCHMAKERS  AND   MANUFACTURING  JEWELERS,  i  J.   H  Line of Clotliiisg Just Fr  THE   LATEST   STYLES  Complete Stock of Dry Goods  ATLIN   &.   DISCOVERY.  Las  THE    LATEST    tN     NATS,     BOOTS     AWO      SHOES*  KJtf-    Gold   Seal   Gum   Boots.  Our Goods are the Best and Our Prices the Lowest.  ��  �����  ATI,IN,    H.   (J.  SHELF AND  HEAVy  HARDWARE,  . T'n and Granite Ware,  Miners' and Blacksmiths' Supplies,     Doors and Windows.  'FuB'SssiiiFG and SVHattcoss LcaGi<Di'y~  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  att3=-.^fvaicr~>*t3iur.a  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAI1INGS.  VJ^USVSVUi  S. S. PRINCESS MAY,  May  Junk  SniliiiK from Skagway 8 p.m.  Direct   to Vancouver  and Victoria.  Transporting by rail or steamer to Seattle without e.\trit elmrjre.  Wo Kive ciuick service.     No iiitcrinertiiitc. calls. -r-y      -pv      -p>^  Kor rutcs'or iiiforiiiution uijply to    -Jl"1.    J3.    i_jLlilll  Auent, SltiiKWii.v.  ..Liquor License Act.  TV^rOTICH Ts licrciiy yriven that I shall  apply within ;)l) days from, date for  pei-inisbiou to transfer the Liquor License of  the Gold House, Discovery, to Christian  Nissen.  mG-lt Jok. I'. Rose.  Men's   Suits   Cleaned  ancl Repaired. '  Dissolution of Partnership.  NOTTCJIC Is hereby friven that nil and after  June 1st, 1905, the Mining  Partnership  heretofore existing   liutwccn  the im-  dersifiiied.   under the firm iimiii! of Hluck i-  tirnut, will he dissolved.  .1. II. Ml.ACK.  \V. Poli.aiiu Ghast.  ml'.'.-lt A. I'". .MclvilNZiJ;.  The  Roy-.  km  aUflflry Cash delivery  Mi Wort <i-Jeirtint��Ml.  Guaris   Ccillecl    For   ond    Delivered.  A\r. and Mrs. J. S. Fenn,  Proprietors.  MOTEL VANCOUVER.  ATLSN'S SHOEMAKER,  R. \VHITFI]'LD, will be iu Atlin  about the last of May with a lull  lot of Hand-Madh, Watkrtight  Si-ioks.    Hold your orders for him.  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  Is Shields &-En��v- Durham.  Now .occupy their iuivv quarters next  to the ISiiiiU of H. N. A.. Kirst Street.  The hath looms are equally nil (rood us found  iu   cities.    Private   Kiitrance for laities.  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED WITH  THE   BEST   OF   GOODS  SnEsin  Johnstsmc,,   Pt*cgi*  /?��  The Reliable Shoemaker,  -     -     -     DiSCOVKRY,  B. C.   o   Rubber Boots a Specialty.  ft  DISCOVKRY, B.  C.  A   STHICTI.Y  A Strictly  First-Class  Hotel  Diuing-Rooui in connection.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor  Balmoral Hotel,  The Discovery Mail.  Dkar Mr. 'Editor,--In seizing-  up the people of this district we  can divide them into four classes,  viz: The independent miner, who  works his own claim; the representative of outside capital, who by the  introduction of modern machinery  makes profitable large tracts of low-  AiSini��  Lodge,  J)isc��very, B. C.f  Miller & McLaren,   -   Proprietors.  Wo  Asim   t���>   Picascm  Finest Liquors and Cigars.  Good  Stabling.  A. F. & A.M  Iteyular com muni cations held on the lirsl  Tlmrxtliiy of each month  in the A. O. U. W. Hall,  Third Street.  Visiting hrethreii cordially invited.  fc>w> | Dixon   &.   Schulz,  Proprietors.  Engineers and Surveyors.  ���I. II. IIKOWNU5E, P. r.. S��� V. L.H.,  .1. \V. Mcr'A.ltl.AXlsO. li.  Discovery.  OPJiN day and night,  EIKST-CI.ASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION.  llfiuluuiirtors  for Di.son's ataKo. Wl����^���Wfff-��iytl  ATLIN,   B.  C,   SATURDAY.,    MAT. 20,  t?35  ATLSN' TRADING   COMPANY,  Ltd.'   ATUNjana discovery.  Our Stores  in   both   Towns are  now fully stocked   with   full'  lines, in   Groceries  and   Dry  Goods. .'���.'���  .R.T. Co., 'Ltd.  A.S. CROSS., President.  grade gravel: the merchant., who  supplies, tho wants of'.all, aud the  laborer who does the work. Audi  we liiul that we arc mil foreigner's,  that is, 04.it bomes are at least 1,000  (miles iiw.uy from this wild frontier  Hand.    Yes,   sojne. -of lis  have owr  Ji'OJiie.s across the ocean.;  withers   in  I,oid thy Ood and Hay neighbor,1'  which is the foundation of all true  Christianity and all .moral society.  However, Mr. Editor, we do not  assay to point out what the post-  HMi.stor'.s reasons might have been  lor delaying'the Discovery raiail"3:  hours   and   inconveniencing   us so!  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH  DRESSED  MEATS,   also  sunny   soiilh.     And   wc   all    have  some   social   tie   at   home���.1  clear  friend,   a   loving mother, or a fond  sister, all anxious  to  hear -of our!  welfare.    Ther,   again,   those of us-  who  repneseut  outside  capital,   or  engaged   in   mercantile    business,  have   vasl  and   important interest  with  the  oiiit'sidc   world���interests  which directly affect us all, for payrolls must be met by the companies  and   drafts   for  goods   paid  by the  merchants.    Amd, on account of the  shortness ���oftthe   working season, it-  is   imperative   that  we get our machinery, if possible, in on  the   first,  iaoat, so that we uaj- reap the bene-  :fil   of same during the short arctic  summer.    And, moreover,, after the!  Jong northern   winter, when we are  ice-bound up .to the middle of June,  it is   natural  that   our, .merchants  should run short of provisions.    In  short,   at. this   season   of the year.,  just prior to the opening of navigation,   our  correspondence .with the  outside world is 'heaviest and   most  important.    Tlie  representatives of  capital communicate with their  associates  in  the east, aud our merchants li.ave ttheir  orders   filled   by  the   wholesaler  in Vancouver and  Victoria.    -lAespite  the   above,   inn-j  fortunately, <5tmr mail service at this  season is poorest, and this .year has  been  exceptionally irregular on account of the  breaking-up   of   the  winter trails.    Sometimes   we have1  gone   for   eight days   without any  unail   whatsoever.     However,   the  ft rails are load wk\ there is some excuse.    T'.ut   there   is   no excuse forj  allowing the Discovery mail   to   liej  over in Atlin 31 hoswrs -before sending  it   up to Discovery.    Now, we  the miners up the -creeks,   we  who  produce the gokbind make business  for   the  govcr.-ii'Rient   and the merchants,   want   you.,   Mr.. Editor, to  find   out   for   us why our mail was  delayed in Atlin J\Iay 14th   for   31  Hiours.    It is true the day was Sunday, but I cannot see any excuse in  that   fact.     If   the  kindness of our  government .gives to the postmaster  Sunday free, he might have remembered thai he had not had any mail  to   handle  for the eight days previous,   and,   IukI he had a particle of  feeling for his fellow men or Hie in-:  leresls'of the  camp  at heart, he,;  after eight days free vocation   with  nothing'  to   do,   would have condescended to have  given   up   part  of  bis  free Sunday to sorting the Discovery mail, and Iheieby accommodating   the   people. '  But maybe he  had   scruples  about the Commandment,    "Keep   holy   the   Sabbath  day."    Still  we might remind him  tar   Nova   Scotia, and others in the, that the outgoing-  maid had left be-  lore we received our letters, thereby  denying us the choice of replyingto  our  mail,   which  had been already  delayed 10 days on account  of thei  bad condition of the trail..    But we  will   ask   the postmaster to explain  through   your   paper,    with   yourj  kindness,   his   reasons   for holding  our mail 31 hours in Atlin.    If his  reasons, are   not  material then our  next communication sbattl be in the  form of a petition asking him to resign in favor of some mian'who will  remember   that   he   is  paid by our  .government soldi' *o  accommodate  the people., for, in order to do busi-.  13ess iu  this  out of the way land,  government   officials    must   work  when   the  time comes; aiid we feel  confident    tlrait    our.    government  agrees with us in this respect.  Signed, <  This Man with the Producers.  C.   DOELKER  POULTRY  OF  ALL  KINDS,  Dressed to Order..  Manager,  The King of WhissSeies     '���  And the' Whisky' off Mi sag��  FBB9��  .<?��,  O     O     O      o     O     o     O    10  Benwell,-Peart a-Co.,    -     -     Vancouver.  Sole Aoijnts for British Columbia.  The KOOTENAY  OPEN    DA Y  W&P&K,  <tf��'*'i��!��>**!**tt*tt��W  Liquor License Act.  Application for Transfer of License  ISQ-O'J'rUJC T�� hereby sjiven that I, W. G.  Tim., shall apply -within 30 days from  date for permission t�� transfer the Liquor  License of the iwrklund Hotel; of Atlin, to  John Kirkland.  W. G. TTU,.  Dated this 15t.Ii flay of May, 190",. m20-l  LIQUOR   LICENCE  ACT.  THH'DINING-ROOM   IS CONDUCTED  ON   STRICTLY FIRST-  CLASS   PRINCIPLES.  rir  ET-IE    GOLD    HOUSE,-1   .  | DISCOVERY,   B.   C. S^  | C. H. Nissen, Prop.      -       -    F, P. Wrong,'aWjr. |fr  Restaurant in Connection Under  New aud Capable Management.  DIXCN    BROTHERS,   Proprietors.  Free.  Application fcr Transfer of Licence.  rpATH-; "NUTTCIC that I. K. V. (Queen., of  Atlin, li. C-shall apply to the Hoard  of Licence Comin'issioncrs at their next  meeting i'-or the transfer of the Hotel  Licence, now held by me, to sell Intoxicating Liquors in the prciiwses known as the  " behind," Hotel, situate on Lotl2, Hloe'klOoT  the Townsite of At'liu, H. C, t'O J.a.mhs  Hasi.ktt, of Atlin, '1J. O.  Dateil this 27th day ApriL, 100S.  li. P. QDEliN.  Pool   &    Billiards,  Freighting and Teaming j�� Horses and Rigs for Hire,  thai there is another Commandment  which comes first of any and  ���called -the Commandment of  Christ, the one which was always  on   His  tongue,   "Love  the  Last Chance Mineral Claim.  Situate in the Atlin .Mining Division of  CaHHIAH DlS'J'UICT, coxhi.htinc; OP TIIK  Last (Juanok Minkiiai. Claim.   Whehe  l.OOATI-.ll ��� HliTWKI-S   lilllCM  AND  HOUI.DKII j  CHEEKS, Nohtii O.F PlNU Cheek.  rpAKIi NOTICK that I, M. R. Jiimieson,  ' - ugrciit for \\". II. Hrowii, Free Miner's  Ccrtilicate nil I,Mill, anil .1. M. Downing, Free  Miner's Certilirate ii;M,&'l, and John Woods,  Kree Miner's Certificate, ii:SI,S!I2, intend, GO  days from ilute hereof tonpply to the Mining:  Recorder for a Certilic.-utc of Improvement  Tor the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant  of the nbo-ve claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section -!I7, must bo commenced before the  issuance of such Ccrtilicate of Improvement.  Darted this Ith day of March, 10(15.  M.. lOAMIIiSON. F. M. C. HlH.S'JL  TALLMIRE   &   BEN N ETT/ Proprietors.  .Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   -CONNECTION  CHOICES! WINES, LIQUOItS ANI) CIGARS CASH.GOODS A SI'tCI/Wrr.  anaaian  [{  Good Hope Mineral Claim.  Situate in the Atlin Mining Division of  Cahkiah District. Whehe located���  Ukaijcjuaiiteiis of Ghanite Chkek.  r-pAKIi NOTICK that 1, Geo. Pol lay, V. M.C.  ��� liill.SOl, part owner and agent for John  Kirklaiid. K.'M. C. ��!l:l,451, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  ltecordor for a Certiliuate of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant  of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuanceof such Certilicateof Improvement/  Dated this 1st day of AjiriL A. D. Willi.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $10,000,000.  Reskrvk,  $3,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at .Jeattie,  San Francisco,  Portland,  Skagway, teb&.  Exchange sold on alS Points-  Gold Dust Purohasko-  -A'ssav Ori'icis' in' CONN'UCTHW.  D. ROSS, Manager,  VANCOUVER .��� ENGINEERING WORKS, im  VANCOUVER, B. C.  SPECIALISTS  m  10  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,  RIFFLE    BARS, STEEI  HOISTS, <������    MINING    CAGES  W1ATDE   7�� SPEC J At.  DESIGN.  C. HIESCHFELD,  Agent f.oi' Atlin DJsia'ict.  WJiTEIl   GATES,  RTVETTHvD   'iPIiPIi,  ���ats'ij    'O^E    'CA<RS. ,ATLIN,...;. B"..  ���&.���;  S:AT"CJ:R��y,-'"���" MAY    2��v"' t9��D5.  "Local; Events.  Tents, A aiui wall, a> Rein's:  lie  icc-boiiti'v,"'Have; /ap'par  : ,:The latest .magazines unci papers  are always oil liandsat''PiIbiiaJi's. y;  //Mr'; Tlirschfeld is busy on, plloto-  '������'."���'ine out of coiu-.niissioit.     ���������������;      ������-,;.-.  Sale, "Deposit: Vaults   at: ;, Jules  ."Emeu's.    Rates reasonable. ',  :  ���: McDonald's/ Grocery    makes _a  - specially of fresh eggs and butter,  .��������������� Geese/are/wow plentiful.: -Tlie'S.'  //A.dierocs have been but on a-chased  :*A. ���'"r\\-o>4'5,'K' alias  the  ''Frenzied  ' 'Financier,'"'.  has: been;:' out /fppt}  ���...- hunting ;sancl hir-ks...''.yHis:kirder.;is  ,.-..'novy;;\y'ei.l.stocked;..;;,..'.���..���;���'.. ������;���,  '>,��� :'��� -"';v:::  .Mrs..   Peter's; ^Restaurant "and  ['.-. bakery is nb\v:opeivr also furnish-  ./ ed rooms by the day or 'mouth.// //'.:;//  ': -,. .Tlie.Cbluuibia, Granhophonc/is  //on: exhibit at 'Jules Eggert's,.:.\yh6 is  , -sole agent for the Atlin District and  ^Car-Cr/^  ;..^';-;���'���'.Galx\enil'l'p;^:is'���at^���vprese'n.tM'l^���'^ull  swing and a number of our, tpwns-  ,people' have: finished;planting, and  ."are / now :: figuring; as/.tp\thc,' best  '",' method of dodging -late/frosts.. / "'',  ; teircuiating   lA^rary,-containing  : best'editions,.' at;G;'R'."Bt)urhe,'s?    :  G,, Doelker, of the 1'ocaf meat mar-'  : :'ket', cvideiitiyin tends, tosupply ,the|'  "/town \vitlv fresh hen fruit as he has  /this" week: ^had';:auother   ;building  Aerected/inhis already large' hen'ery.  ; ;''; Everythi;ng;iii tlie-hard\vare:.:line  .'���. atRtgan's., :. ������'������ ; ..������. ....���;.,-..yi'-.y.  .;;:������-'���;Tlie'''VA'tliD   Trading .'.'Co..,-: 'Ltd.,  V have- opened'-, up' their, .new/store at  ���", Discovery and are, how prepared' to  do: business -with all-comers: ���.AMi\,  Jack'  'Patterson   is: :at "' pi-eseht":iu  : charge.: ;::. "���; .t..   ''��� "���  .'��� - ��� ��� /    ������  A;.; Mr. W. J: Smith,who,, during the.  past  winter -has.spent considerable  lime   and   money in   re-fitting   his  ��� steam tug boat,/expects'-.to have her  ready lor  launching  in   ten   days,,  and   it  is his intention to engage in  the towing  and   wood   business   as  soon as the/ice-goes out..  '... CoucededTy  one  of  the- best   in  Alaska���try; it.    It   is  operated by  the owners.    Modern���-fire proof���:  , first class.     Rates to;suit everyone;  ���--The   -Fifth    Avenue   Hotel,    of  Skagway..      ;   '"'A A'A'        ..'.-.. 2-  -.������-'������The local-angling, fraternity are  ���commencing to talk fish and. as soon;  as  the   lake opens up there will be  -numerous attempts made.to lure the  finny  tribe' to   the   flre-pani" with  divers forms of tackle...  reut'.y graphy, work- and ...\ve., were- pri-vi-,  leged. to '''.examine sonie: yery; fine  Viefrs'taken with liisdarge camera.  .We.understand'that'our  late editor  will, also /engage in cou'siderable  mining this: season. ,/  '; ;:Pocket &' table/cutlery atRegan's.'  ���A' Mr; Hymen Epdge (?) hadA^ery  Successful; hunt last,-Sunday'.;';;- Jit  :seems: that he;is a far-seeng gent,,  and':; went fully ^prepared.-/Haying  'left' his camp���oii;13onlder at,2 a.nu  for Pjiie Greek;'aboUt;one;mile disr  taut, /with/ a ; large'wagon and a  horse that waft- originally white, lie  returned at'nbo'n^having^.Uceceded  iirnrnniug dtJwmjaAea'l/Avhieh.". had  been ilLTpr. souse weeks.;. AA"' /:,  A.Eow\rates,/.modern /conveniences  ami excellent service; have made the  Fifth : Avenha v the- most /popular  Hotel p-n: Skagway.. A We can and  will-: please- you���try;us���-you /will  no't-regret it..,AA--- 'AAAAA .fA :A,. 2; '���  Full line;'of crockery at���:'Regan's:  A'little "Peel. Head'''' fellow with  vermillion (sunduiml?)nose,  ..:-"stay3.'';;;:;;,;.::'':':-:';;  ";^SCKNK\--Kuight;: of green cloth,  :,with:-far-a\vay:look;;iii his eyes, sit-  'ting;by table in card room. y.",;"' ';���'���:'���;  ' .'������ '.iEnter -; hunter--' ���Talk':and^.Shm  :and /Swell"���with 'a loaf under:his.  :afm;>:'.:V:"-;- ''"'^-'y ������:���';-V:- ' ���':-:.v/--'>^'. ���'>������  '''���-' KnlGrht: ��� '������'What'-' hb,/.,mv .boy!  ��� ������ ���'... . ���   .��...     "..'.'.���;   .���:'.���.'. .-'';'.:   :���',.���-���'������  ������ ."-;c-.-      -  What h'avewe here, /a':/loaf?';'/Will  -just play you a game'bf: freeze-out,  myy;-'q'iiarte.^  ,The ��� play .was, back = and 'forth lor  some time,,the hunter.finally.,being  ���possessor of stakes and--,smiohry;ca-rt-  wheels..  :':   Enter. ..rugged   iiiiiierr.r-:' 'Hello  Stays !    Heard you'd changed your  .luck.    Will- play you for ycu'r wib-  nings.r':-      "Done,,"-  said- "Stays^':  -Three hand's-.had been played .and  all's   Avell,    when   iu    the', 'foui'tli  .':Stays''!   had  a  pat flush, but the  miner had' an" ace   full,   taking   all  the stakes-.    The loaf was then put  up again  and,,  after .,a   few   futile  charges by'''Stays,."' the- miner outgeneraled   him,   and "Stays" went  .honie'^-sans. money,   sans loaf���to  dream j:>��   the   "bird"'/ he did not  catch and of -the. loaf, the other, fellow would have for breakfast.--D.n.  <��?  t^c^tv^cT^i:  rvuvnentarft* octw^m vrv zaika in*, jci* Mianatrw *  We ftave������; just receivewa ';farge  corisignmetit' of Fa^cy .ancf;  ���'"���'��� .;���".: ���':.'/''.'/'/";:-���'���;      [''���ASteijplz^.frtbcevits^  If yoti want ireslv^oods, at bedrock, prices,; call .arid see us,.,  -/N rT";A>-�� ���*+/  SiIM@i;:si0��^  r;Ei��jacm:>mQiucM.-> "  ,'r-:i;::-J;333,;-Hastings. ^'Street^'- yancotiver/ B.;C. .  ���; \y ":��� ���  ;." ,' '''./���//'/://./' ���;���//.^p;��*S'^5np; ;'.//'.'���/'/;,!,',''/.".".  ���g|^"v:-:Maih'Orders;proiu^3tly,:/akeu^ ;; :'.;.���:-;/:./:.      '.'��� :''^:/:. ;/.���//;.,/  /Self-Measurement /Blanks and: Samples -.sent; on ;:appIieatiorv"      .'..;;:..;  .t-'-';.:'r/::i'/ /,   S     ^A.i^y/^'ri^yr^^ './:.: ���:.':'T"-'r'ri'"rS"' '���: ���'.':;'  '/'.":'.-..'--,���'��� '���:.;iijf%L)iVI;OOl^;';;;;;vU��'9; ;.;;:b  Until 'further notice, tlio following? will  be' tho rates  For Lights ;  ull: accounts collected'  - .,-: ...'...'S:' -.'..���..". ."/'���''inwnthliv':* .-.'���'- "'���',.;"; ���;������.- ;."���.-':  Installctiion, ������.������ i~-^~.~---���.-  / r / .���;"��� '���';.. ���:":���. Sul>5cril>cr$-<imi ho suiiplicd at Meter rates:: \s",; //'/j,"::'';.'  Rent of eKch- iyiatsr; -v..���:.���.-;;.....;.:...;...,.........;,...:.;,.....//v1:.; /:..;;..$1;.00 per. month- <  J/.;.;/.    ;-   ' '    , 01* at-":llat" rates, as/iindeyu ,/ ���/���'-,���   //      .,/, - .;,:/;.     ���", ,'  8 handle   Power   Incandescent, ...;.^./->...;;$���!. cS   per .montfi per iLighf:  16:; ���.'".' - ��� -.'",:". ���������:���:: y ';',;:;������������' -: ���;....;.'/:_:'.. .:-:s.��S ���.,������../V'-".:,.a, '";, '-."���^";':':-'":;'";:"  '32'";" :���/:/V"'::/">'"':'.v' ;>:;'),'"'' '-��� ���������' :---.:.-'...^..   5;S0   :..'���,":.":: ,: ;''."/'.' '���':';:';:'"/.,..  L;rom and after t-lic !!rd January. ]!10n,. all I'.ig-hts. ".viW lis tui-ued oil' iit^'aV.'m.-iniil.'ro-.  lit from li:a.. m^uiit-ni^hi-ylii^lit.. ,::://:":;:. '.,,"'., ''���'':  All' l,uriicd-uut on lilac-Uened lamps will (jo uxelimiKectFni" nc��" ones, free Of cliar^o, iD  lirouglit. to tlie Company's oifice, In:t-lirolien.dues -.viil lie c!iai!jj;ed for.at-30 cents'eucli.  The Company's PTJodern Stesin L'aiirvdry lias :been- let: on lease to iln. and'  Mils. Venn, wlio.wiU collect and deliv.M-all washing, receive payment for all washing, and'  pay all accounts in connection with the I.aiinili-.v.  ^E;:/Pfl||f|||^  IWl^'.J : 2 urn ������-  :srtfy.  Executed Gheapiy,   Promptly and Satisfact's  ions  was .standing,  earls" otie morning  ���nibbing-the.shilling pari of his pate I  %  -������anii  wondcriii;-;' why the 'flowers !'&}s>$i'J>-  on thi." wall 'paper kept   bowiu��'   to !,c$&'ii*'  hin'v. .wheii   suddduiy tiieio   was a ;  'Tod    Head" '"���  ���  Onion Sets, Garden   and  Flower  .Seeds, at C. K.Bourne's.  when   surtd'iuiy- tlit-i  loud   hatij^-.      "!'oi;i    Head'     was  found, will)   a. very/white nose, under   tli-e   stove ':<cuM!]iin;.;'   lire, am'  it tc  tioruia!  condition av;ain,- when it was explained to, him that it was only a  soda fountain gone wron:;. IU- lias  since trot, on a ik.-w outlit.  sw'.-aiiny that he' was <ii^:. .  six 15.. & S. [<> put him   iu  i'.j -  - ON -    ,  Ws&^'Lwsca  ���AT -  w-fr  it"  fp  Wn  m  mmMm��m  7   ��--  Brewers  ��f I<^p/?a'&^:'and: P@B*$@a��B  SnviALJv AND T.ARGTv ORDERS PRO'MPTLY I'll,LED.  nr.��iiAN u ��� ri��TEi  #  ioicTHE   BALfilORALvHOTa,  DISCOVERY.  I'lie  Spruce Creek   Orchestra will  .Furnish the Music.  Lai.iicE Free.  Ail arc iiivito:!'.  Gents ��1.00.  Diirioint!- at 8.30.  5-M   V-f*  I?  'if-  ri --j  ���Au.<c  *.%���<%' ,J >���  rift  Cry tf ,. i  H.w."Ks;i.��.. io  M.: FOLEY  FINEST EQUIPPlivD HOTEL IN THE IvORTH/  JCVER��THING  CONDUCTED  IN   F?RST-CI,ASSMANNER.  DAVID   MASTIE,   Prcps-istar..  CORNKR   l-'IKHT  A VKKKti  A K 1). I) I SCO VI-: K V  S'l'K K !���'!',   A'l'l.r.V.  gM~ FULL LINJi'OJ  V\cs\w   Oat  PLK AftiV'FANCY iiROCilimiS.  ���an,   Sec.,. &c  Chop   Feed,   Bit"    a  Malf-Wat House  i�� u littvi.-n I'nr nil  fruvcllcr-i. Tlii!iiii.-nls  lire rr(-(!-itiilli:i:; uud  'hi! binc-.j:'-; in il:u  bin- l\y. i��� i��� i:i��� *,o11i11jv li-i  till! llf.v ol'  11 >. ��� l-;il-ly  iiioruiu.v'. An i.-l^iil  Munmi'i- nini win I ci-  i-i-snrt.  JAMES  CLARK  I'Uui'KiKTou.


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