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The Atlin Claim 1905-05-27

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 >><*>*wiww^��^^'^Vwi^i����'^'ni{ i^ t^l ,,',-..��� j ������'���j.*' ;'!>r,' ;v,'  p,;t...  *"������:-^va  iV**y.\  ���'>'  .��� O' ���  :,  :..  ������-....<..���   ;���'.  AA.UA>.,  J: .N��  ' :,���:���' j��.-  ".- ���'  fA^-A  ;-���:��� '.T.'cijf  . " /'��-��7;  ���'������-;.:"JB3r;>'iv  aJ  V��?- v'  ::'������;:/:.-//"  //a^!|:/  /��!:  ao,:.  a^o'a;  .:��� r.v-=K,. /.*  '���'.'.r'l  *4>-*V.  :    (   'V  A  .'.A"5r ".'���' ������-.���  ������ dl  :&i.;.  iP"��-<-  .: (v.  "***^"s(r  V\: ?: .$...  ',������'��������>  <- J*  V':r/���'..".������������������.���������  A: .'-'l  '.*    *.&�����*' *  ~A-4i  /.Mr/  ��/  VOL.Au.  ATLIN,  IB.'C, aSATURJ)AY, ...MAY;  2.7.'v'iyo5.  NO. '3do  :  i  '������Ydling-Girl; Murdered a Child,  A-.!/- '. ���- 'A   'a-.S'LXoronto.;/; ;.^.'.'A'-a'  Aa Russian ;;Govei'nor'.Killed--Fatal  yy Aooiclont:a'tAFornio--Crindren;  /;./; "Ijnrhed-to";Death///aVA^A;.,.:,;1;/!  y :";''i 'o ro 11 Lo,'fAQ 111 ,. A M a y/; 2 2.���Tod a y:  ;;whenAa/; Mrs. "Murray retufned/lo  /an; alley-way".:bol\veon=0'IVEa'lbn" "&  AGp./sAandAGqugh^  Acily/TdrAhefAbabyA  '..derL-There while ;shppping,../sheAdisA  ���covered;/that 'both'-, tire;.child/;uid/a,  Ago-cait which 'itwasTa/had; disap--  ������'/'pea reel: ���; She:iiimnecliaLely'reported|  '���'; to: ihe police, with" the/result, that a:  Aglrlnaihed: Josephine ;Carf,4hirteeu,  ;years of/age,,>was  apprehended.//It  Appears ��� :that;; Ihe;'girl   in '.'question'  ���".'iha's'' a' in a i Via ''for. '/steal i h g 'go-car 'ts;  AKvhicu ju:e;left/ryut^  ���tal stores:by;la':lies4\vhiie:-shoppiug,'  -. aiicl: thatA;iiiidiiigaiO:eihptj-':'go-carts  / .today Ashe/haclta ken ~the;one'Which"  AW/as /missing ;./aud//liadA killed /the;  ;/>child.A,///A/���:;;. A/A//;/A/Ai;A^  %~ O ut aw a, /di1 i t/,A/M: a \A 2 2.���M r./ W.  '.:Alberiii. ���B.;:C;,:luis"heen   appointed  -.���'.vpoyeriicr. -of/the Yukon Territory:.  /���/St;.;! Petersburg,; May ^^/-^-No ad  '.. -vices   wlia'ever iia've been received;  ���;;at\'.tli,e'ywar':''..'oflice';'.'iy6.inA.Ad'iiiiral  ��� .Rqj estvensky Tor T he /past ten days.  ��� A; I/.ie du/Bohhe'tAMan., May -'22: ���  /In a farm house Tire near 'here to-  'day three.children named .Henrick-  ���rs'MV were burned - to death in sight  ���ef their parents who stood A by abso-  UutL-'y unabie\ to render nny ���as-  Asislauce.    / "A/       :5  '     .Ottawa,   Gut.;/; May  "22.'-'��� Mr.  Slyinan,'M: 1'./ ha.s.:be'en appointed;  /"/M mister   of ��� t:i.blic '.'- V\forks,    and.  -writs haViibeeii..iss.uedAfbr:elections  ������"���in both London and  North   Oxford  "oil; June: 13th.'   -JWopiinatibus June  :sixth. ' '��� ' :',i.'   ''.,  A-:/ SL L'et^rsburg," May;'25.���Ade--  , rspatch from ^General Linevitch'at  .the front auuo'.i'uces that two Russian detachments have, occupied the  vaiic'vs of Kaak and Khauda Riven,  ���on the Mandarin road, after having  ���dislodged ,.souie 'Japauess cavalry  .and infantry.,  London.   May.23.���The   sittii'.gs  ���of thu House of Cominons last night  was uia.hod by sc-ncs of the wildest  disorder,   growing   out of a. motion  by I'jaiiiiermaii, Liberal, to   adjourn  .the   House  so   that   he.might .lake  ��� up aud discuss   his .charge, against  ri't-mie'r ' l.Jalfour of having violated  his 1-:ledge not lo deal with the subject of Colonial   preference   without  hi'st appealing lo the country.    The  Speaker  disiurl')im:e, so he put into force for  tiie   lii'rft   tlnuA  Ihe   new ruling em-  slreels here.today by abomb, which'  was thrown iindcr his carriage by.  auAunkiiown 111:111 >'who<escaped ar-'  rest. :;A'J\\'odtliei';[)ersoas';were:fdso;  killed Ijv'flic sanie.ex'i^osiou.;A;.;f,l  ;���::. f,on(lon,A^hi'v'.';2/|;.;.���. A/Shanghai'  des|'jalch states that Admiral'Tog'd's-  -fleel is s'ti 11,.'off 'Mesanip 11 o, -sotith-;  :\VCSieriKc6ast;:6nKofe  AKeriiieA:113.: C.;r;:iMny;24^-���- Word  Avas received���liereAcli'is-iricriiiiig that  ���the-,':������&}���:P.I K^;depp.t: biiijdiiig;:;Aati  CraiibrpokMhad; collapsed; :aiicl:thai,-  ''eleveii;'','.peo'i')ie.: :hhd; ;been';-;badly.;iii-.  jii'redi';i[b'ui;;'pfAwiipni;\w.n  ���yfittawa';"\ 10111.:, : May':;,;44-^The'  M iiiis ter;Cif; Rai 1 wity.s . li as: approved'  the"plans, provjdiug Tor,the, 1 ocatibh  of the';.::Grahd;,TiaiiiIci ���Pacfic; coast.  teriinnus-';.at: AKaieh i-Islahd;.. off the.  Tsimpseau;APeninS:ula|.;.about'-inid:;  way; Abetween:;'t^  Skeeiia Ri.-yerA'and ; Port a Sim psbm;  Tiie.compa'n}Avv:ill.have to go'.'before;  the RadWay; ;Coinmissioit-:;tpA;get!  what-lands'are -necessary-. -A;. :;; A' A  ;A'Winnipeg,'Ma.iV.,Ma:y 24.-���Presi-:  dent'Shauglriiessy;"of the C.���;PAR.,';  has:'���': sancti6iied;;;the;;;.surve\^Ab;fj;a;  pro posed,:'; bra'iicli'' '/linei .from;M6pse:,  jaw;l"to^-tlie^  katchevvan' Riyer,. and there is 'every';  prospect! that the..road ^ .will..soon, -be-  buiitA a a - ';;!,-'-;!'C-!a::;.\;>::;'a--^;:Va.a^^.a\-:^  '";.-; Vancouvei:, B, CI,, .Mfnvi^.���\\fe:  Sloan, M.:P.,T -arrived here today  From Ottawa, accompanied by -Mrs..  Sloan,- and left.' immediately.', for  iXanaimo pei S.- S. Joan. /While;;  here Mr. Sloan slated that; he had  .returned .fKomAthe .east on private  business, but "that'he u'diild.o'nly  .remain.about four,.-.days. ������.;;'.��������������� .'    '  :.  A carload of 'lobsters v/hidh Mr;  Sloan has secured for British Columbia waters will .arrive here in about  a' week;.-'.. A        _ -.���  Chicago, May 25.--The-teamsters''  strike, which'has been spreading"  rapidly during' the. past Tew days;  assumed u'very serious aspect' this  morning.1 Over 4,000 deputies have  been -sworn in and, some .50,000  rounds of ammunition have been  distributed. The 'troops will probably be'called-but, and it is,feared  iu niany quaiter-s that there will be  disturbances. .     ,  ; St._ Petersburg, May 1:5.--A report just received here slates thai  Admiral Togo's.squadron had met  the combined' Russian .fleets and  ��� 11 ad suffered a severe deseat. No  confirmation of the despatch can be  obtained.  :-a;;;::;FIR:��^S^^  ��lisinessAPortion ^of :!White-  !���--.--A. :��� horse."Destroyed.'^ .:v>-.1v-'  Started   IH a a ^3arbei>  Slibp--MeF-  : chants Openiip Again in Tents--!  ; AiKe-cbnstriietibh' Corririieneed.:';  ';:':.-:Vfel 1 itehbree,;' Y-;-!T;v; Mayjd3'.,-~-'A  ���fire AbrokeA;qutj;;in ;a barber^hop hi  the'rear of;the, Windsor; hotel   here,  at Ai/'o'clbck, this morniug/and,.;bc-  ���;'Fpre.;the.'..firehiei)A';with/the assistance  bf:allthe:,residents,;had;gct thecon-.  flag ration. : under. ';coi)troh .JiL/'had;  ,wiped: 011 t;;the;-entire; business ppr-  tioiAqf'the town, included -in./AvInch,  were: some: oft he best stocked .stpr-es:  and   fiuestA equipped A.hotels; iin the  north. ^;The;>district'laidAwaste-extends Trpm /the;, post; office;;;-ptv A the  'sb.ti Lh; to -the"Dom i nidu :.G bverii iiijeii t  ''.TelegraphA.'BuMld^^  TheAloss is;])la.ced at.^25Qfo6b;aud  it;is'a'.:lcnbwh .factthat^butv-a'^small  ;]iortiou';;pf;this;is;Coyered;by insur-;  ahce.:Ai;he.f61!owiiig*Avere the-btisi-  nesirbstabiishments-destroyed^AThe'  Windsor ;Hoteh.-Goldenj.Eagle;H  'tel,':;Vancoiiver'"'H  "Hotels !Sealtie';JHbt^  Co., Central- Drug 'Store. : Martin's,  cbii/ectionery, ;;P.oii   ���.Marche.;...,,cli"y;  goods, ..;Commercial;, Cafe, A  Main  Street , JLauii'dr}v;  Salvatore    Cafe,'���  McKeo\v.ii,s..DrugV;S tore,--..McLennan..  ^Hardware Co.;, Taylpr &~Dnir):, H.���  F. Sieward,' StoIItiaxct Jeweiry/Srorev;  I-Ialbe Cafe, Sliarpe's Barber Shop,;  Uiisworth   Hardware .-.Co., '.Arctic  Trading   Co..    P. ,;Burn's . ������.-&'" Go..,  Royal ./Restaurant"and,.thev/While  ���������Pa's's;":'Station;-''     The; White.APass,  Rail way.   Company ,��� -have ���;.; already;  comnieuced.the   construction ^of   a.  .'new depot   building.    Nearly all ol  the .niercan tile ..houses..'.will.'' re-open,  in. tents   tomorrow and, taking the:  stocks -on.hand   into; account with,  those on   the   way in,  tliere :is   no  danger   of ruuniug, short of necessaries/     .Permanent   building's .will  be erected as fast   as   circumstances,  will   permit.   .''Luckily,-  as   far  as.  known   at .present, the 'fire was; unattended bv aiiv lossof.life.  A Thing,;;oLot.heAPRst��^Eoi' ^Nearly  Ay ; Two; Weeks^Atliit'l-as had no  .;,!;'::,!;M.a:ii;;Mther.:way.;;C //aA/A/a;.';;  /--.'���;-/-/,:"- o.-:'.-. ",-:/;:/��� ��������� y\ yy-: ���::-.y,..y ./"���--' /���/���/- ..-.'///  ,: At tlie.tinie:^f/going:.tb^press,;thpA  outgoing:.'--iiiaiV/,wbich''\qK here'Suii-'���';  day,';r4thAihst;',/in-:charge-pr  carrier Eirkla'ud;^had;/not jreachedA  I,qgAGd1mi.;-:^��n;^theAi^  mail^carrier;AJA;;;'Hylqrid AlefLA/LogA  CabihA^p.r/.j.AUni.A-y-h  rt)ute;^\ath;��iJ^ii]:^0;pquuds:bT;letterA  mail. ;;;A n ypne;,/kpbwi;ig:.the/ route"/  , will'not/believe that, both ,'uren ;:;areA  liung;;;up::/l>etween.;/;Lbg; Cabin; and/;  .GqldenAGate,;aiid; :if.j6hn;Kirklandr;  made;;ALfales A;Gi t)({/: which- /lie/was ;'  quite able/if:;willihg;:sp; to ;.d6,/there;;!  bap only;be^fwo^teas01.1 s;vvhy;He clicl A  .uot'-Auialc^  have -'"."me t/with ;;a/^enbTis/;accideu^t^  /which ;visAhqped;"has-not.iiappehed,/  or, .finding/.the v,travelHug: rather;;  !hard;:aiKLthe'road,dJbuse\accbmnip-/  datibn���/.rather; gopdAhaS'decide'd/to/;  :;sit::"dowhv!ai.id;//like/-the; houndsbt  old, drieam'uifAtheAblfl/clni'ses  /limesAthatAliaye/;g  boudi'ypnsAchaii'geAA^  ��� al 1 Aright. from;���'fh'e: eco 1 ibiiiicsta 11 d- ���  point bf-a-iuail/.cohtr'a'ctor;-'.".but.-it/is ;  very'poprvCpnsolalidn for those that/  haveAiinpbrtaii 1/despatches ./going  out. /.It://Tias.-/'beeiiAthe/;usual thing ;  divrilig.past seasons;T6r;-freightaiid  passengers v j pass the.;mail, at   all;  stages, .'���'aii''d;':jt';s'ebhis-.qu'.it'e;iii''"keepi:  i 11 g-1 li-n t -111 o-r'iu u < 1- Vi 110111 d - be '��� h 1111 g '.-  up  -even   now. though   others; can  <i;et iu and. out.'. .  .Mininof Notes.  -'NeV1/ Arrivals.  Tiie following arrived in town on  the  24th. inst:���James   Mead, . E.  \ Hensley,    h\    McGlashin,   G.   \V.  unable   lo   quell the I Branson   and   Win.   Shaw.     They  came in from Caribou   via the Tag-]  ish laud trail, were  only four  day's |  ptswering him to adjourn the House j 0i).   the   trip,    and    had   an   easy!  ���in ca.se- of a grave disorder. 'journey. j  1  IJaku,   Caucasia.   May. 24.-  lic  Governor of H:iku was assassinated |     Stables .&.  Lumsden make a spe-  ���vvhile   being   driven    through   the |chilly of 1'iesh h!ggs aud Uuttcr.   .  From the Recording Office.  Transl'ei's.  .Ai 1*. Kastento Z; Burke, ''St..  Aiithtmy" creek claim 011 Spruce;  A.Uule'.le to Smaill and Broe,. assignment' of niortgageoii "Buleite  (.ji'<mj)".ou Spruce.'.  Staked and Recorded.  '���'Winifred,-No.   2,"  tiG below c;n  Spruce,   by  Miss   A!   Cash;   "Last  Chance,"   on   Spruce,   by M.   J/itz-  gerald;   "The   Agues.'.;,"��� below on  Spruce, l>y M. C. Costigan; "B. C,  creek   ciaiin .2   below on Volcanic,  by J). I'A Mc-Keuy.ie; "North Stwr,"  below on S.'oieani'e,   by   IT.  I'lnnco;  ���'Dry Canyon,"   on  Spruce,  by CA  !���*. I'arreU.  Appliiiafioiis.  "Crown,"   hydiaulic cret'k lease  inn Oiler, by John  I/'uuha'ni.  ; /The j warm ;,; weather pf the /last;  few days has .caused all the creeks;  to rise../' ���      /���'.!��� ":'���  :���- Birch A, Creek-������ had ;-.a;.- flood. :last���,-  Tuesday but no considerable; dam- !  age vvas done. . / ;;��� -:  "On Pifie/C're'ek;'tiii!igs were���sbme-,-.  what different and .& .few ��� water:  flumes,w.ere'wa.shcd'Out.."-,,'  vSpruce Creel:-suffered  more thanV  all   (he   others ',a'ud portions bf-sev- ,  eral.'duinpswere wasT.cd away.     It  wi.'l'be   iin possible, for wliie days  yet   to; sa>' j 1.1st' what'   the'-.- actual  damage done will amount to.  Someclaniagt: u'as'don? on :Bot;'-  der Creek by the :-:iream breaking  into the company's pit. and flun.c.  but after cousiderabie '.'x'ertion tl.e;  walci" was'gX'l under cbn.troJ.  The Spruce Creek Tlydrau!:/-  Company have commenced pipin;..  .A numl>er of the lay-incn ir.r'V. <���  arc: getting good results.  Lake Opening1.  It may at this season he-df iinter-  c:-m.   to some of our readers to kne"  the dales during the .past  years   ; ':  the opeiiiuy.o'f the 'hike:  ifujp June   2    "1962  May ly  Kjoo 'May 2%.   'ioo.v June   >;  lynx June   $     u>')..j Ji:uo   \  1     This year-the-'icc is schedul���.:��������� .'-j  I ���'<���) out 'M.'.;.v j:.)<h..:l,zi< :...[.-;.  autttmtawmMvsftinrjaiMj :ATLTN,:  C.v;   SATUT/t/pAY;  /MAY  l9��5,  Wi  S!e:AlIiii:!/t!aif  J-HHATLIN'CLAIM is puiii,iehi-d Evr/nv oi\turdav  MonNiNC,.   tviai'-cu   fniii:   to .Ktrr   part-���op'thk  . woiiLDiron.iio   cttiTs >rn month;   510, c-J  per  ,   ��;:/ih.     ADVEiVTif>iiinti'f*<Tr.c :.*ji;oo puh'ihch'cach.  t-        irjfti 1'iTiofi:  ncAoiNn NoririEK.  2Dici:nts r.-LiMc  f.i'irciAL   WAi cr.   OH   APPLICATION,;./' /  ,  -T->^^.-  ^benii,: hsKlTiis-nppointnieiit' \vil! ;re-  !stvlt r ill- throwing; that, constituency  :opeu.. There ^AvilL, noclouht he a  bye*eieelioii''.held before Llie'������ hoiu'-e  :meebi iu 1906-;^. ,-;      ��� ; /,/���!   .^ , ���-������.;".  CORRESPONDENCE. ^  ���JCi* I'KiNTIN'ii  DILL-MCAD!>, /.POUTCliS, '��� ."   VISITING    CARD'J  /UCTTEh'HCAC.*.-. ;'.'.���       /!'"f-��HporiA MM CG /   ' CTC-".  ETC.      /-/"  .     pnucr.'j' pnoMPTTuv k>:ucuted.; .,,  ���    -I'fllCO   MODCtlATe.  ['rinv ClaiiniKiiut i-osponsiljlr; I'cu* 'viirws ux-"  ..." ���   pi'M-'^od by.(.'ovrospoti(ieu?t.'.] =./  flf Hi :/aiM !|riiaifti!al iiSls  ..  .,/-.    ��� ; Wilt SEs'll'OlT .IVIIli'ii  YOUCAN  (SET 'fi.OIODB  AS KIlKAl" ME UK ?      '"    .  ��� ���:���.- i ������'���'���' Atlin, Nugget and'  Grape . Rings/ -tintl till-. Uliitls wl;Jwelvy niaiin*  "'���;':',���/' ':"���'"-..'���.-.'���ractiii-uil un till1' |'ii*eiursbsV ' ���:--���'���."...'--.'���������   ::/:.;',:     ���:;;;;������   ./,;,,  . A      Fine/Now  Stoi'R  (if   Watches,   ClicKs, '"Jewefry. fihtlDiamonds  \V:it.clii;s 1'i'om iS.ii.OO up.   / "���    "...'������"."���''';' .-.':,<,���.-.  ..-.-;-.,  ;/,       Silverwsre, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Gouver.ii* Spoons.  JIJLES!��R]^  -//!/"!. WATCHMAKERS/A^  ":/'Tii 13 An.in Ci.jiiii: I'um.isiuNG CoA  .,; A  W.     Pol.t.-Vlill.   1 Oil A NT,      KmTO.I-llANAOGII.  ���':���/���'"���'���  ���  .P:  '���/'/.::/���;/:    ������//;;/:;;; A////.//A/A ���'���:;'";;/  Aet ./In ��� our: issue p.f last week^ve re-'  /.������.fci;rcd/briefly.';'to/the' question of/the  Ay/pricc'/jr the 'town lots/in jr^tliti,/audi  A  suggested lha/llie property: owners  -AA; niake/a/cdvic^rtect-eliort !lo;meet the'  /: : proposl: ion//made; by the  (Toverr-/  ///- ineutA /Briefly;; the; proposal marie  //.by; the Government is,   that; public  ;-A, i;;i!''otiiica.upii/;^l.'ie-'.''gi\'en'.-,d:.hat;!''''a.fterAa:  A/r/;eerlaiir date:the:rightof^/all persons  ^: to   complete  The /purchase of Tots  which    the\/ had /acquired: ,atA the  /.//auction/sale   would.'/ be; cancelled;  .: , ,ahdv;The: deposit paid by-.tlifiniTpr-;  T.//.feited.;^  ,,v the/ bala nee ; overdue wvasjiot made  -/���   withiirthat. time; and/-that: ciflerThat  AdaLe/tlie  lots./sb'./rcvertnig/ /la the  ;. A Crp\yn/u-bultl lje;i'e-opened- for   sale'  -A  at   publicAauctibh/at reduced/upset  /; prices.- {. In /other words,: the money  --already jjaicl'��������� would   lie  foifeited.va  j/. j ip m if 1 a 1. J'pse t !-pr i ce!pri t. o 1 i/ea c h J 01  A, and/bid,in; by the owner, who would-  then-receive hi:-/Crown grant/ ;.Thc<  "/ /value of all improvements/wduld-of,  .    course be added/to the upset price!  .and   in   this   way  those who have  placed' biriVdings on "their Tots   or  otherwise   improved them would be-  ..'amply protected.    '��� /  The' pre/sent  condition  of affairs  Aio, we must say/satisfactory neither  " to   the   Government nor property  ,    holder^!   The aipset   price .-set by  ./ I'hc Govern in cut  during  the-   rush  . 'litis not been-justified by/the. s-ubse-  Ai'pieni./ development: of the district;:  and has proved,..detrimental do   all  improvement.;    /.   Many^/.. property  //holders./would   i;o   doubt improve  .:.-, their lots -if they owned   t!!cni!out-  'right,. but tliey do-not fee-1 iueJincd  lo complete   the- purcha.-,e/,a-t   the  high   figure   placed   on   the lots by  the Government,-, and- they feel.less'  ���inclined to spend money on ground  Tor'which they have no title'    This  inaiier -has   been   allowed   to drag.  We bdievc the .proposition   of   the  Goveruuieut is n good one aud well  TpthelvditdrofTni1; Ati,inCi,aii\i,  .,//!,Atlin,!!b./g!, /.'���/./ !///!/.!!///  .IT1CAR.S1U,��� The /communication  in your last/issue,. re://'Thle;/Disc6v-  ery MailvM would /have,,: passed unnoticed.by me/asT/eonsider iio.'com'-'  mviuicatipii/hpwever directly ai iricciy-  /worthy bf-repiy vv lien /uuaccotu.pai i-  i'ed. by;the"u:uiie'.pf the/writer/- /-/  .;//[/say,!/Therefore,"That;tbiH letter  would have /passed' uunoticed Abut  for;the in/si 11 iiation/contained there.--'  iirthat I.wilfully held the Discovery  mail;'of ; Ihe 14th inst.: for 31 hours/  aftei'Tts arrival in.Atliu.,'  /TTad/your'CorrespoiuJeht practiced  the coirrniandment he/preaches, and:  possessed/himself 1of;a;fe\\/lacts/be7:i:/;/T[y:;;  lore   rushing  into   print,   he/might  have/save'd himself.thedeep thought  and .elaborate /preparation  it-must  have" taken A to/" produce  the/; com-  muuication   in /.question','../��� hjtit, /Mr/  Editor,   the /opportunity for giving;  vent to/his perSohaTdisHke/for" ine  /was   tbb:/good to/allpw/aiiy/love/lor  God or man. to^set it aside://:/;//: /:  //To /one: who- knows all thetregu-  laiions; oi: thePAO. J)epartmeut,::as  your,correspoudent/:would.,/give/us:  to   believe ..he. does, the followiuti'  1 hey   are   Waiting;/fbi*   Youi  $eir^&Ari&  INr^fisfg  |f:l  H&$&'"d&MWry W@&d��9  UUl/I/  f^TS^/^QK/VT^  '���!-iAr-.so!.-.; GOIvI)!;,!Sh;A^! HIP,//G/UM///.BOOTS.:  I/H/M��il:��!K��S0!i��  ostv'ci-ryl>;\i.'fC.'<  w  I  mm  :<yi.�� /;,: ilJ^b.:'������'".'! EW<&  .'". ���. ��� "���":;���  - ' ;' --'r;: ��� ���������������. '���''������  ./: //,,',/;   V.A'TI.'lN,. il.-.-C.';."  .'':���';���'  ,���.���''  :..;A  SHELF- AND TlEAVV  HARpWARS,;.���';���;���-.  ���/ T!n and Granite AAlsii'e, �� //   ;/ /' ������:���'"������  iWir.ei's'. and. BlacksJTiitfrs' Supplies,   / Doors'-"aricl Windows.  ;./ l^n'Psstmir'S -fSffflf^-'ifl&atffiffVEsss-;.^  extract,, from a-circular/received  at  this, uffice / from    the /Department  .some/three weeks ago, might fie of  interest..:,- The   circular   referred to  is; beaded /'.'Sunday/ Work/ in Post  Offices.." and. aflor giving strict instructions regarding thediscontinuance   of   Sunday;   work: in   offices  where it has: been   practiced,   closes  with.the.following paragraph:./ "l\  tiie  office is not now open on Sunday the postmaster is instructed uot  to   open   the  same   lo any extent  whatever.    Should   any application  tie   made   in   this direction bj- local  residents, /such."va-pplic:atio-ii   siibuUl"  be/  referred / to/the   Department,  wluch/will detenuiue the ciuestion.'-'  :  It will therefore be seen .thai,, by  my actions in.wotkiiig in tiie /office  as   1' did on Sunday the 14th inst.,  f have iaid myself open to the  censure of Ihc PoslmastcT-General,. for,  from   6.30  a.m.,   when   I look the  incoming   mail from Mr. Kirkland.  Gari-adia^/:;:Eaci;fie iRail/way; - Coriipany. i! / !  //.;;,A./://.;/'/:://'./../!-/.-./!:alas^a!!rcute; .sAi'ij'WGs;./.../'/;:a;/���//.///./!!/',/  A/:/!;/S. !s!!/PRINGESS''MAY,/  ;-"/:A .,;,/'" ,:; ../': ':.,'.���.: --.Siiili'iif*; l-Voin Sksdway 8; p.m.       " '  ../.' - . --. - - .- .���'���-' '���:'-'----'-���';������'������     -���"���      -������ ���"��������� ���������      ���: ���,..-.//., ....-..,. -V'.  A-/.;.:- ':. A;' // /, Direct;,tb/yancou ver/and/Victoria: ���'���:/. A ������;/- "/A  '-.-:."��� TriiiisiiortiiiK li.v l-iiil.oi- slciiiiicr to Seattle \vitl-.oi-;t estrii'iiliiiritc*.'-../"-  Dturny-;//AA  ..���.;''.���A^rcllt���,'.:SUn'K'���\���'tly.,,'���  'Wi-'fA'iyc/'iuiulc .s;eT\'ieo.     Nd iiitoriiiodiiVte calls. ./"  .,:,;/.: -���     : l-'iii-ri-ates bi-iiifoi'iiiiitioii. apply to  ;J~i. - J~>.  by :the; Discovery; courier/at , 3 pan.  ph'The Ibllowbi'g; day.  A Should' -this;:ex.plauatibii  be. unsatisfactory to   '"fhe/Man with the  Producers,". I tntiy say that in order  >lo   save . him., tilie-.tioubleof getting  tip a peTilibii: I Tim   ready, to -.retire  in his favor at.-'a moment's notice.  '..'"jARI.i?.S .S.TAlJt.KS, '.,/���......  : Acting P. :M.  Atlin;;R,G., May 23rd,/1905.  The//"!'!  Ha  Ml  fftaiai  E-Ien's" Suits. Gleaned  /and Repaired. /.  ��� :.'.'<;   .;.'' ^^^.    -'":///',"/  All-Wor's Guaranteed.  for   end    lie-  'MMW>6��  Goails ���'��� Cflliccl  livcrcd.':  ffli S  N  ���'"'.-Dissolution'.'of Pasinership! .,  O'i'rCK. Ti<-liorelij- ^ivun t'liutim iiiiii-iifini1'  .lime lwt.:l!i;/5, tin; .Miiiiiitv I'ui'fsii-i-shiii  hoi-iitorori.1 (jxistiii'v   lictniviii  tin1  uri-  (loi'aiKiii/1'!.   iiiidur tin; lii'in iiriiiu oi'Blauk &  Gi'ant, willli'* ('jsusol.vc:!.  ! .j.u.hijack;.  . W. PoIjI.aud Ghan-t.  ;nii:;-a        ; ���������'-./���-A-': K.-ilt;lvn.\i:siJ.-:-���--.���'-  J  C<i5 h oil t-iivcry. .  AL   Fcnn,    erocdetretsA  'WE'b'/yAKCOlJVER;  THIS HOTEL  ciTCCKED Vi/ITH  THE   SEST   OF   SOOps!  Liquor License Act.'"  /KT'<''I'ICU Ts- liui-eliy.trivnii that, I slwill  .*���-. a|i|il.v witiii'n ii!) duys from ifavV -Pen1  lii'i'iiiission ru iransi'or tin; l,tc;nor Ijiuuiisc* of  tho (Icilil Hnusit. ���I.ti.si.-iivi'r.v, to (7iinl-.tia:!  iNi'sscn. ,l  lllli-'lt .I'OK. i". ll'OS":!!.  until 1.0.30 p.m  J1-  wlieu   1    handed  him   the out:  woiihyof fO!i:;idcratio:i.      1 i:c ar..  vancv;   in  .real   O'-iale vahits will be  slow, iuit it   must   be   remembered  .1 ,       1   . 1 - -        - ." / ] ion.       l.    ' ,  tnuvAUi.i is ni a tioii. m:;;-.i,il   b-h - ,        . .,-,.,.  .,.,,;.'. 1, ..., 1 ,.  :    .;       ������ '  ������     .       ''lamping arid distnbutiu  .l.KI  1.*, IjoUIkI tn Ik.1 t!>(!    il.i-.tMhutllll'    ,       ,  ��� .  ,  . ' '"    book !!,;.���' li-' I  point   lor   this northi.-ni-'..-ou!i(rv for! '     '"  \'(.'.:;s   !o    coinc.     It   on!-'.  .Kiiiv ii(:(*ii;i,v tlicij- now  iiinirtci'i, miM  t'.i (lit! Ilutiic of il. X. A.. First.-Sfriii't-,,.  'I'liis Ii:itli I'oiiiiiinnj i-iiiuill.v i;.i muni un (iinm!  in   ritii,^.    I'rivali?   Ivnl i-ii net* fin- hulicK.  mig mail, [. spent the  whole  '.lay (with   tiie  exception' of  meal-limes and about all   hour  be-  i lore   1 ;soiled tha outgoing nhiil) in  nuiil,   in I  .���r", in tinswci'iiig T.i'.!- jTh?> Reliable Sl'tocmaker,  d\   'PA       IkXTIIS  Wo    i!5vo   IJARBER SHOP  J'\   SlUICI.DS   �����   I'.ODV   DtriMIAiM.  !! ! DISCaVivITV, 13.; c!."../!/. !  ��� .\ .sTiiitrj'i.v  .  : A Sfrictly  First-'CLr.Es  HoteL  Uiuing-Room in.connection.  Choicest V\'ii:w,.l'.ictr.ors 'ami Cigars-  n  ���<��@��  ^mmi&Bb*  iparime.ilai Tetteis,   in *;ortin->' an;! ���  ' retinires   ,.      ...                   . ,, .��  -,,,.-, (iisnatcii!',."..''   outL'Oi!)Lr ma1    <o   ;\c- !  some united ehosl t.m the j.artof Uk-I      '        ,    "'        ���*.'���">-��� "'''���'   ���"."<-.-|.  iHoiicrly o-viKi'-; to put. th;-,   matter    ��� ��� ; ���..���'���'    -i<-.i.    ���������iwi  about cncoiir-  veio;.-m-.-!ir  the.' \y\<  ���!')UiCovn'iiVr li. C.  Rui'ibcr Boots a SycciaKy.  ,thi.'/.ugh and !o iirii;  agement :<> I0C1I ,i  tmj'Ji'pvei'j'jnl of prop^ii'v.  in our telegraphic (f.-;,i:(i.chcM llic  appoint;,jcitl of i'vf.r. \V. \\'. ji. Mc.  .!nnes, 1:',. V. P., to lite pee-itiou ol  Oovenior of trie. 'iTikon-ir; announced. Mr. . Mcf.iitr..1.-; i;; -.���X i>re;-v:iit  thu icprese;il;..ti\-o in the ITovineial  ilouse'for   ti:c;  eo:i;-;titi!eney of Al-jin   th  .u-jcover)'  i aied   from' the  ;:i:ii  \Lli  ;l  ;'i.:ir-  iii;'til and could  at a   !c\v   mo-  ktih<U>  ir.il j ;���,!r\t  ED.   SANDS/  Pi-o^fioipt*  'Balmoral .'Hotel,  Discovery/ B.C..,  T'dillti-* & IiiA'Lai'eri,   -   Fi-ooi-ietors.'  -Plivcst -Llqtsoi's and Cigar:;.  Good   Stablim*'.  jna-vo :>!:i.:-i (.l;sp:.U:licd at a   Aw  .iiio-j^A!^  jmoul:,   notice auytiuie after ., p.ai., j  ^ti'Stify/'  laud, sir, iiAl had. had  a   ixtilide  oiT    /^v/\  welhu'c   o.t  would   no  mail on my bacl-Aat that   hour  started lor JT cov.ery iA;tl,wiih  il was, howc. cr, the mail   r..-!i:ainec  It: ;.i,ul.i>���   (���oiaiiiuiiica-  lii'ui1.  iii'!:l   on   t!m   li: :.l  '1'1,'II-Sllll.l1 of I'ficll IIIOIll li  i-,   ih.,   A.- (!. i;. \V. Hull.  'I liii-jj Struct.  i--il in;.- I,i-'.-l iwon I'onli'ail.v iiiv'ti-il.  Dixon   &.   Schuli',  ���"������oprictora.  my leiiow-meu- or   the  tl:c  camp   at.   heart,'   f j";-- ---:  ,���   ioiil.il have slranocu the I ^i'-.pWT-'.-^aa 5"   M <"'-P"ati'9.Pfa  ,/ ;A>!i -u,V7 3=��t^ ix ifi^il fill iah'Aj  Hit!  |  1  A .��� 1  Ln^iP.etrs  jr.d Surveyors.  until ...i'Ted lot' i  ���i. II. I'.KOW.Nl.MK, 1*. Ij. :-!., u. 1.  .1. w. Mfjii-Ain.Ax.i;..'(j (���:.  Mm��H Emm  Dist:ovci'y. ���  OJ'ivN  DAT am") .\K.;irr.  ���KS'r-CI.AvSS KJw/JA'vr;i.;A:e.  ��� >���"  ���CONNlv'-'I'IOX.  ' Ui-y.iltiuij.fti.T'i   i'or   l;i-.;,ju'.,  ,,i.au".:.  4>\  m  m  ��� ?/  ;./.-  ik  ���������5- ���Ti'.'*���-.-  ATtIN,//iB.  C, - SATURDAY/   MAY Y^; /[905  ^tEiiN;-;;t  ^  .9  ttcf.  .^t��  'aheff^DISCOWERY^:  Que Stores^  ;//a-'/::a'/.-'!a/!^  /A:v:T-: ,Co-.',',-Ltd."- /-/A:.;Y/;--,;   ":/-,;//:  ;//A. S. CROSS, President.  /Victoria Day/Sports  Good Exhibitions of/Baseball  /!/-/���!:  / ancl'���' Football. ��� /  Richardson's. Teani;\Del'eatcd: Dr.  /./���-.'-'���'/������/Youn'jy's Ball Torisei's���Atlin and  A - Discoyor^/'*To/at:/FooLbalbj:;:. -'-,  v /Victoria"-'- D;i\',A Wednesday "last/  /was/celebrated- by*The/ Atlin Vine!  /Discovery;.-.'athletes/   in  'exhibition'  / ganies bfAbbth/d)ascbalband/;[botbal!  /6ii} theohlToollxill/griMnHls./on/; the  AMcKee/Creek   trail.  'Althoueh:the  /.;,//--/:;--.:-'::,e/:e-   s^v-":.':./���'/:/"./' ,:A;/..^ .;���//���;;//  grounds   are   bjMio.'means conven-  Tent/to, Atlin still Yhat-did/tiot:_deter  tlie,citi;:eii;j,; iuchulitig: quite, a large  '���..'number; of .the.fair sex,' from',being-.  /on-hand* to   enjoy, the/ sport, /and  /Discovery/also; was weirrepfesented.  ,/The \/basebail; /match," which came  iirst./oii; the/tapis;; cbmineiiced/;/at  -'���2.v30' p.m.; /and/considering that it  /.was the 'first game/of the AseasonA  /;aiid//the:/slb/y;;;coiiditioir /pf vthe:  ground,/ it .must v .be/admitted that!  The plajAdunug' the game/ was   ex-  / ceptibually/good;fbr;i:nen who ...were  ���not; hi ��� the /best /of/cbiidilion;"and  "Aye; are/ confident - that  i f, the/ boys  :;!\yould/Tin'n/out and/do/aTittle prac-  /licing;-/that/;'tlie\'/cbuld /easily lipid  ; their own/with any of/the;teams in  the uprth./ ./The "game'resuhed in a'  /win   for /.Richtirdsbu's ��� team   by a  score   of   14" to   11   and. although  thetr, ba11ij;g average\yas 0; 11 v: equa 1  /withThat bf/Dr./.Yot!iig'.s /nine, .the  \vork of their battciyaiitl. their   iu-  heldiiig aiid base-running gave them  ;;t; superiority over their  opponents.  The''  play oi"   Mil!er,.TvfcPhee and.  pillman for- Dr. Youngs' team  and  Hampton,   Sweet  and;-Taylor   for  Richardson's   nine; was  wor/hy /of  '.special..inen'tion.   .The deeisicn'.s of  .'Dr.".f,.. S. Keller, who  officiated   as  umpire, were impartial and satisfactory to, everybody: .   Phil Hampton,  pitcher  for   Kichaidsou's nine,'had  "a' /finger   lutii   knocked  off/but he  pluckily played.tiie game out.    a;  1'r.AVt.R.      ���-DESCOVKKY-  !. Frank' P."Mill'e.f',:; p.'.".7....;..  Jas. F/eatliersloti, istb...,.  Frank- McPhee, c..: ./.  E. h. Pillman, r.f...........  /Walter Owen, 2iid.b   Dr. TI, E. Young, 1.L...A  Gus  l/nidsay, s s   M. McKen.y.ie, c. f,....../ ..  W. P. Grant, 3rd h....;/.  I'l.AYi.Ii. ---ATI.IN ���  P. M. Wilson, ?.ncl b.......  Theo. Sweet, c...   Phil Hampton, p'...........  E. M. N. Wo:ds, -jul���!/>...  Ihiiucv Taylor, is1. b.......  j. IT. Itich.hrdson, c.f '  VvA E: Iladdon, ri...  Norman Fisher, s.s..  ���Dahoii Rorke. l.f   :...-. - j^. t, (, j,, j ,y  -, I) U 11!gs.  Discovery   Atliu ��� ���������������  Batteries:  .Richardson's   team,  P. Hampton and'T. O. Sweet; Dr.  Young's team, Frank P. Miller,  W. V. Grant, and 'Frank Mcl'hee.  Umpire, Dr. E. S. Keller. .Scorer,  IT. I',. Ihown.  The fool ball ;:'imc was started at  4 p.m. audi, as a number of the  players had taken part in the ball  oame, it was iieci/ed   to  limit   the  KUNS.'  ./.. "4;  .....3  ..... o  ..... o  .;.. o  ..... o  im;ns.     3  '2      O  pi a j; to two:, twenty-minute, ends.  Discovery woittlie lossami/kicked  north/ .with" both Awind, -and .--/sii n  slightl'y in"their ftivor. /Afier about  8,/miiiutesi/play/ the//Discoverj'/for-  wards'secui-edThe'dealher and,- aftcfr  having /a 'number; of well,directed  shots 'rein rued. by.the Atlin ���defence,"  they succeeded, in,-'scoring/.'the!':first  goal./Although both teatiis/wbrked  hardiind tiinied iu some good rushes  the'/ score /.was���������;unchanged 'al/Tmlf-  tiuie.i A/'Phiv-beiiig/ resumed 'Atlin  took the/ball: well/into/'Discovery's  territory ahel /rained shot- after/shot:  tit the/goal biilyTp.:ha_ye/;iheni stopped ; by Mi lier, -fin fty-and Nichols.  However/after/some /Ta,. miiiutes  play ;A lliu ' made a ".determined and  wel 1 combitied /attack/.wliich.resubed  in/ them'/tieing /the. scpreA/Frbui  this, time to -the eud.-pf the game  the-playrwas back��� and/forth,;both  teams /doing .their best lo gain; a  lead/btit/without :aii)/success.:-The"  DiscoVeryA -fpnvarcls^.!/fiiiished the;  game /with /a series, offierce rushes  which kept, the/Atliu '-'-.defence-busy;;:  0wenA/:'Wheeling,- / McPhee ;/and  Alexander /doing good;\vL6rk.:';/Al-i  though A/the. game ended iii.aTie of  1 to. i,;itmust/be;said that- the;Pis-;  covery'.boys^played/llie/best/^cbm-  bintition. /It TsAfo/be; hoped/that  these teams meet in a finish game,  in/the near future. -/Mr. J. Tunis-  deii ticted as referee and. his rulings  were well;received.,, - Following was  the ;lihc:'up:  .Discovery:.-:-: Goal,' 13/ Nichols;  baeks,/S. Duftyand :F.'P.Miller,  half-back's, R. >TcKay, P./Hampton  aiid.A.Gus ��� Iv'mdstiy; forwards, T.  Rant; M. McKenzie, D..G. Stewart,  W. -Drown and J/ Dick./  A Atiin::���Goal,/ Capt. /Alexander;  backsj, \V. !Oweiu.and R. M: Wilson;  half-backs/ N.C.AVheeliug, J. H.  Richardson and'/'F. McPhee; forwards, W.-, Hadden, J. Featherston,  W. -P. Grant; N.-Fisher/ahcl ���.: R.  Bourne.'  :: K-eterec,A'J-.-;-T.>umsde!i;--/line.-iiien;-.,  fi. M./'N.'.Woods aud P. Moberly..  ^EmMn^M:M  PRESH'!-DRESSE&a^ATS/^Iso:;//:aaa/:/':/aa!/.���"!;!. :-:>, /.;/!/;//";  POULTRY/; 0?"/ AIL "KINDS,   Dressed (0 Order.  umsxjtjzi*x*v  rr--i-~ m TKT-. ��-���.-������- ��- n-f w ..i-ir��-��  "p^fOTrUK r.s/libreli.v.tfi.von ttiat ',./V\'.. y-  A '.I'ii.Ij, sliall a|i'|il.v'witliin :I0 liays fi'oni  dute Tor iiHriiiission to transit1.1 the Li(|iioi-  Ijiucn'sc* ol' tlio/Kii-klniiil Hotul, of Atlin, to  .John ICii'Ulunil.  W. G. TIM..  Dated this irah (lay of May, ISIUS. ni20-.|.  LI'OUOR, LICENCE   ACT.   ���   1  1  0  n  0  f-  2 3 4 5  1 4 0 2.4-  11  1514 .v-  14  Application for Ti'ansfei* of Licence.  rpAliiy NOTKJH Unit I, lv. V. Qcut'.N. ol'  Atlin, K. C, shall n|i|il.v to the Hoanl  of Ijivfiiri! C<iniiiiUjiiiiiii!i'K at,"lliuii* iii*st.  niifittin,!- for tin' I ransfui1 of tin.1 Ilnri-I  Mci'iiiM*, now linlil hy mi!, to tji'll liilo.\ii-nt-  iiif." 'Ijliiiwirx In lli�� pri'iniKOM loiinvn as I In1  " l.:>liinil " llotf.'l, sili.-ntii on Lot l:!, Illofli 10 of  tin* Tuwiislii! of Atlin, M. C. to Jamki;  -IlASl,l-:-IT, ol Atlin. 11. (!.  Halcil this 27l li ilny April, VSSi.  I:. I'. (JUKKN-.  C./DOELKER ;   iVlanager.-;  Isli  Wm  Wi^&imMMMIm  'R-ttflzaurJiiKCarx  traeBas&ntzxMB^izjs&nrwztnnc-srtjrsa ouoh  iA;GRAN-D!/!pivD::;HlGIT&AN!Dr-A//^^  !:/|:/SPFJC:PA:i; RESFRVE.A..!./..  *��.     ' '   W-  ../Whitelja'beh/rA.;  '^/. OLD-^JiT'TEp. ,G/LIvNT,IVJCT;..-:.!^ellbw-Label.��� p  on  -.->* r-tT^  ^TBIfa��/HG)lEE  HE;/  yy^^  THK./DINING-I-IOGM/IS GONDUCTfiD !ON/STRICTIvY/FIRST--  ���'/:'/./- "A;:"/A" >;;���'���[/-;/:A//! /,GEASS!-!/PRINGIPI!fS'a! A/:-/"/'./;//;A://!!;-.//7/  ^'���Sp^^  ^[ -A  ^|!CAHAN!s5��n,;/Frop  D\SGOV��ny;iBi:;.C.--'y.yy?'y;:::/;y^  y0Wy-F.^  /K/  ..Kesthurant, in -'Coiincotion Under  New -inill Capahlo Maiiayeiiieat.  ��l:E/:! !RIJSSE1-, I-  ! '":6"!XC W.   BROTHERS,   Propr.otoi-s.  !    Pool   & '-Billiarcis,-:~ Free  Freighting and Teaming  ���Jn:  Horses" and Ri^s for Hire.  Jim m�� �� A t !fi @T El  /  ���''/ TALLrVIIRE   &   BENNETT,    Pi-oprietqrs.    /   /  Corner Pearl ancl First Streets, Atlin, B.C.  FIHST   CLASS   RESTAURANT- IW   CONNECTION.  dlOl'.'tSl -WINiS,; LiQUOKS: AK�� CSC.'.l'.S CASK Gil'Miti A SI'tCUILlV.  .Tiie.'. ..Caisadiaa  ��%>*3m  61: Conmerce,  W ������i-. rj'l pjJ -if  CA1TTAL    PAID    UP    $10,000,000.. ,.  R/GfHCKVi;, A>3,500,000.  Branches of the Dc'..nk at Jcattte,  San Fi'a.ncisco,  Poi'thuui,  .Skagway, etc.  .E;ioS'i~Mtge-FtoSti &m affl Fife's-  Gold Dust Pukchasku���A.ssav Oi-j-mck 1:;'.Conni-ctio.v.  . '.   '. D.  ROSS, Manager.  ,Gopd Hope  Mineral Claim;    ��� V Ai^t'iJ V Lk     ^Ir^iihu-'IC^Iil v<ii      V�� VJ.U&J9     h I Sj.<  Si'J'i:ati'. ix 'J'1 ik ATr,is JIininu .Division oi;.  ("ASHl-Mt    IIIHTi(t("l'.      YVilKIM'    I.Of.'ATKII ���  IlKjiiuji'iMrrHH.s ov (Ji:,*.Nrrt: CiiEia;.  rj.i'Aie'n'NOTICK that I, Gtro. I'ollit.v, I1'. M.C.  n'.M.SUI, part owner anil ajfcnt I'or .lohn  Kirklan i, I'. *i- ('��� liM.-iril', iiitoinl, sixty day;,  fi -Din tin1 iliitf; hoi'co-, to api'ly to tho Mining  lti'iiorili-i1 for ti Curfififiito oi' Ini|irovi;ini!iit!i,  for Ihi,1 iiiiriiosi." of ohtaiuin;,' a Crown (Irani  (il'tlii* iilxivu claim.  A ml I'ti rt hen- tiiki; iiolidi' 1 li:��.r aulion. iihiIhi1  section   117,   nni.st   li" cc/inn;'..need   lieffire ihc  SPECIALISTS    IN    '    ,  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS  VAMCai'VEH, B. 0.  t1'' c-: fi^r,;' r,v*/��, j^-n       IVvl  arz^ /T'l r:-";i. n h?, a*"11, p/* ��" rl  li si a a t'J 1; u "J.i    1    U ��.o *u & 21 l, a h -i~s u   ^  jt>  ��  liii-'r-T,]-;   i-JAHS,  HOISTS,       MLX'l?-:0    C/\(/KS  ���Hstmniicol'siicli C-.-rtiiiiMl'-cf Inilimvfjiiiciif. ,    r,rf,ITT..j: ,  -,      K .,.,-,-.<���  IMI.ii! ti.ii, lat.hi.v or-Ap.'il, A..I.'. IIUI). 'j--1    *-���   '-1"-'"*' >���-' -��������� '    -----  WA'HvK    GATKS,  STJ'VFI,   RiYFjTTFD ' VIVE,  ;:*;i>:   (;!���]���;     CARS.  M.-������'>���':���?:   TO   Z.PECi.AL   D~  ;-.! uict.  ;!���;": M. m  ATLIN./iBYC./ SATURDAY/   -MAYAYy/Atgos  "Ti'.'*-.  atEiM/:;^  Qur Stores/ ill! :b  ;Y; !;;���'"/:��� a'!!!Y'!-/!!-/^/!;//liiT  'ahWr-BISCawERY*  '���A:v:-T-: Co-.',',.Ltd.     /-/-rY-----;,- 'A-,-/,///:  ; :/A. S. CROSS, President.  /Victoria Day! Sports  Good Exhibitions of.-Baseball  AA'YY ! / ancl'���' Football. ��� y  Richardson's. Teain; Defeated; Dr.  \.: {Youngls Ball Tor.sei'S���Atlin and  ..;.,/ Discoyor^/Tlb/at/FdOLball.'--'-..  ���;���: /Victoria'   Day, A Wednesday Mast/  /.was/celebratedbyY;theAlibi  nbcf  ���./Discovery;. athletes    in    exhibiUon  '/games bfAbbtbpbasebalbancPfootbal!  ,bt( the oItlTbotl/)alL;gr(Mni(ls./on//the  ":;McKee/Greek-;tr;tii.;//Allbptigh:tho  'grotiiids 'are   by,bo. liieatis conveii-  /ieitt/to, Atlin still /tliat/lid/tiot/de ter  Yhe.cttb.eiis, iiichulitig: qilite a large  .number; of .the.Tair sex,' from-being-.  / 011 Tiand to   enjoy, the/ sport,', and  /Discovers/also; \vaswell represented.  !/Tbe ,;basebail; /match," which came  Tiryt/oii; the/tapis/ cbm.meii.cecp;/at  2.-30 :p.in.; -and/considering -that it  /.was tlie 'first game/of tiie'/season/:  /;Ttid//the:/slb/v;Aootiditioir /pf -the:  - ground, - it   must ,be -admitted that!  ;:tbe/play during the game/ was   exceptional! Y/good/fbri/uen who ...were  /���liot; iii - the /best  of cbiHlitioii, -and  ������Aye'.;.are/ confident   that ;if/tbeZ boys  :;!\vould /111 n 1 out a lid; d 6, a/l i ttle prac-  /ticiiig//tb*'t/:Tbe\'/cQuId /easily lipid  ; their own./ with any of /the; tea 111 s in  the north./ /The'''game'.resulted'in;ai'  /wiii   for ./. Richardson's .team   by a  score   of   14" to   11   and. although  the t r, b it 11 j j.; g a verage \y as 0; 11 y eq.u a 1  /with!hat/of/Dr..Voting's  nine,The  \vcrk of their battery and. /their   infield big -aiKibase-ruiniiiig gave them  :;t; superiority over their  opponents.  The''  play oi"   Mil!er,.Tv[ePbee and,  pi.Ilmau for- Dr. Youngs'- teaui  and  Hampton,   Sweet  and;-Taylor   for  'Richardson's   nine   was  worthy*/of  '.special..mention.   .-The decisions of  .'Dr.".I,.. S. Keller, who  officiated   as  utiTpire, were impartial and satisfactory to, everybody: / Phil Hamilton,  pitcher  for   Ricbaiclsoii's nine,'bad  "ii /finger "itail   knocked  off/but he  pluck'ily played.the game out./.;  ITjAYI-CR/     ���-DISCOVKK V���-     "KUNS.  ; Frank-P. Milleivix."./....  Jas. Feathcrslon, istb....  Frank McPhee, c: .:  E. E. Pillman, r.f..........  .Walter Owen, 2iid.b   Dr. TI, E. Young, l.f......  Gus  I.indsay, s s   M. McKeii/'ie, c. f,.....!A.  W. P. Grant, 3rd bA.Y.'.;  I'l.A'vi.I*. ---ATI.in ���  R. M. Y/ilsou, ?.nd 1)........,..     3  Tlieo. Sweet, c...    2  Phil Hampton, \k........ .....  o  E. M.-X.-Words, 3u*'������������������ ������������  2  Hantev Taylor, is'. )>...'   2  j. IT. Richardson, c  \y. E: Il.'iddon, r.T.  Norman Fisher, s.s  ���lhikou Rorke. l.f...  .:-..._ .���-:.}�� ltl, j,, ] ,y   11111111 gS.  Discovery ....  Atliii ��� '���'   Batteries:  - .Richardson's   team,  P. Hampton aud'T. O. Sweet; Dr.  Younj/s team, Frank P. Miller,  W. P. Grant, and 'Frank McPhee.  Umpire, Dr. E. S. Keller. .Scorer,  IT. I',. Ibown.  The fool ball ;:amc was started at  4 p.m. and, as a. number of the  players mid Utk'.-ii part in the ball  came, it wan  decit'ed   to   limit   the  im;ns.  phi)', to two:, twenty-minute, ends.  Discovery won the loss ami/kicked;  north/.with" both Awind,/tiiid-stin  slightl'y ;iirtheir favor. /After about  8,/niiniites,: play theATHsco very/for A  wards'seen red/the'leather tind,- flftcfr  having /a "1111 in bet': of .''well; directed'  shots re tu med by/the Atlin '-'defence.;.  ���I hey succeed ed, in, .scoring the 'first  gpii'I.';;; Although Dot li teams/worked  h;i I'd 1111 d turned iu some good/rushes  the'/ score .was '/unchanged Ail/liaTf-  tiuie.i -APlav-beiiii''/ resumed 'Atlin  took thcTtal I? well/in to/Discovery's  territory. ttncl"rained shot/ after/shot:  tit the-goal 011 lyTodiaye;; them /stopped by Milier, -Dufty aiicl Nichols.  However, -after /some /12..,. miiiutes  play.A tliit' made a/determined and  wel 1combitied aUack/which.resulied  in/ them'/tieing /the. scpreA/Frbrb  this, time to /the end/of the game  the-play/was back ��� and/forth,; both/  teams .doing .their best to/gai 11- a'  lead/butYvithouf any success.- -The  Discovery-/-forwards'- '.'finished   the;  ���:- --:'--- ������������/���' -.���' ���������-������'-".' '���'���;.-.���������'"���.:. --.I',;,.;;���::;:;;/':...;.;  game /with /a^/s'eries-, of fierce.-ru'sl/es  which kept, the Atliu .defence bus}',;:  Owen;/: Wheeling,- /McPhee ; and  Alexander /doing good;w.o'rk././Al-  thoughA/the. game ended iti a tie of  1 to. i, ;it/must/be;said that" the;Pis-;  covery ,boys/played/the/best ;;cbm-  bintition. Alt is Afo/be; hoped/that  these teams meet in a finish game,  in/the near future." - Mr. J. Ijums-  deii acted as referee and. his rulings  \vere\vell received., -Following was  tlieFiic/up: /  .Discovery:.-:-: Goal,' 13/ Nichols;  backs/;S. Dufty. and :F.-' P.Miller,  half-back's, R.McKay, P./Hampton  a'nd/.-.Gus' D'mdstiy; forwards, T..  Rant; M. McKenzie, D..G. Stewart,  W. Biown and j: Dick./  /.- Atliii:���Goal,/ Capt. ! Alexander;  backs,, W. Owetland R. Ml Wilson;  half-backs; N.C.AVbeeliug, J. H.  Riehtirdttpii and/ 'F. McPhee; forwards, W.-, Hadden, J. Featherston,  W. P. Grant", N.-Fisher and 'C.R.  Bourne. A  -'-.- Referee,'-;-:J-.-;-T.>iimKde!i;--/1ine.-iiie!ij'-.  K. jvI.'-'N.'.Woods aud I'\ Moberly..  TffEW-n^M, MMkbv :&m '&&  "jS^f QITUK'. Ishoreliy -iven nuit/ b/^1'.- "���  ' '.I'ii.Ij, shall a|ii>l.v within :I0 iln.vs from  date Tor pHrniission to transfer the Li(|.ioi-  License of the Kii-Ulaail Hotel, of Atlin, to  .John ICii'klanil.  W. G. TIM..  Dated this I'Mh day of May, I'Mt. ni20-.|.  LI'OUOR, LICENCE   ACT.   ���   1  1  0  n  0  f  2 3 4 5  1  4 0 2.4-  11  I5M 3-  14  Application for Ti'ansfei* of Licence.  rpAlily NOTKJH that I, lv. V. Qcukn. of  Atlin, l>. C, shall apply to the Hoanl  of l.ieciicn CoiiiliiU-iione.-K at,"lliuii* next  iiKfittii.'!- for the transfer of tin.1 Hotel  I.icenee, now liul.l li}' mi', to iji'll liilo.\ii-at-  iiif."'Ijiiiuorx In tli'-' premises lomivn as I he  " l.:>li..iil " Hotel, sili.-nte 011 Lot 1^, llloel* I'I of  the T(i��'iislii! of Atlin. H. <'.. to Jamkh  IlASl.irlT, ol Atlin. II. (!.  Ualc.l this 27l li ilny April, lilM.  I:. I'. (JUKKN-.  .Good Hope  Mineral Claim.  S.'J'i'Afi'. in 'J'i ii'. At lis JIininii .Division oi,'.  OAS.'it.MI I'lHTitK'T. WilKKI-i r.Of.'ATKII ���  IlKjllUJItiMI'rHH.S OV (Hl/.NITI-: ClIEKK.  fj.lAic'n'NOTICK that I, G<ro. I'olluy, I1'. .M.C.  n'.M.SUI, part owner and ajfcat for .lohn  Kirklnn i, i'. *i- C. lil'.l.-irif, intoinl, sixty day;,  f.-iim the dale hercoJ, to apply to the Minin;.'  lteeorder for 11 Certifi'.'i.U1 of Iinproveineiits,  for Ihe purpose of nl.tainini; a Crown (Irani  of the nliove claim.  Anil fi. rl her laid.1 not leu tlitit aelion. nniler  section   :I7,   must   he comn;'..need  liel'orf the  ���s.stmniM'ol'siicl. (;-.���!���:li'iral'-of Improvement.  Haled tnis l.-,i day of April, A. I.'. 1!��J&.  pRESH'!- DRESSE&A^ATS/^lso:; /-':" /a;/, :/-"��� //". !/���'//���"!!  POjJWRY/; 0?" ill.': KINDS, /DressecJ"!^ 'Order.:  C.   DOELKER ;   Manager.!!  i^S^i^^  39  ^a<5wj*^^-jtai^.frj^gai^f^aj^an.yrj^cyt "���  'r.'^q^u.'JXivmse'j:  ^!/GRA rTD:!pfv I'/TlTGIT^A^DrAYY  ^'/SPFjGfA'T;! RESERVE,;i..v/Y..Y:.!v.!  *l|:���'."tilM<VA:rTEp\GEENT,IVE'E-. Y  ./BlackATiabelY'l^:;'  !/W hit'e Label!!/f://,  Yellow-Label,   p-^  .  HE;//M^@T!i|M:t!"/H@Illi  ,'/;'/./-'!,:;-/A" <';--//-;/:A/:! /,GLASS!-!!pRINGIPIJFS'a! ,//:./' /!/;///-;;/:/ b./! a/!/;  /Y;'f/'zra^  ���;���������������(������--���'������(���������    ��� ������       -;. ���/-/-���      "���-.'. '(-.,/-:,-//,,,",--'-'���,'-:    -.':-/��� -;--:' ���-. '.,,':,--'.-������-,'���/'/,.:-,,,-.:-.        ..���.-������:j!.:.,'..-:.  .���i^iYY/ZYY'Y-AY?Y-:.;...-b.SG^  a^��W��  ..-v.-.--1:... ,,-,//:,.,,/.:���..',-/.���.',-:-.-.::.    ���"���'-,-.;   ���/      '.-    '.-,<-. ���'������-;'-:; ,,--'/-/- i] NJ- v  ^>\yQ,U:\\::m^  Kestnurani, in C'otiueotion  Under  Now mul -Cupnbio Maaiiyoiiiciit.-,  *i  . .'\; CD!XCW    BROTHERS,   Propriotoi's.  / ,   - __���-.. -_-frO-i ��������� ���  Pool   & ' -Billiarcis;-:~ Free.  Freighting and Teaming  ���j?*/Y ./";.Horses and Rigs for Hire.;  TJiE /ilH��At /HUT El  Y  ''���! TALLPVIIRE   &   BENNETT,    Pi-oprietors. A  Corner Pearl ancl First Streets, Atlin, B.C./  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT- IW   CONNECTION.  uv-_-s*-T-:-^>  tllOI'.XSI'-WINTS..'LiQUOKS AW) CSU.'.HS CASK Cti'Miti A SI'U.AUV.  CAPITAL ..'PAID    UP    $10,000,000.   -  '-IUwicuvi':, Y>3,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at Jcattte,  '.-.-'.     ���'���   ���-,    ��� San Fi'a.nci5Co,  Poi'thuui,  .Skaff-way, etc.  Gold Dust Pukohasku-��� A.ssav Oi-i-mck 1:;'.Conni-ctio.v.  . '.   '" . D.  ROSS, Manager.  VANCeilYEE  ENGINEERING WORKS, tfv  VAMCai'VEH, D. 0.  SPECIALISTS    IN  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,  ��  i,,. c. hicsci:  \VA'!YK    GATK.S,  RIPFLK    1-JAUS, ' STJU'I,   R1Y1/TTK1.) ' PIPK,  noun's,     MLN'i?-:o   ca(/ks    axd    oi'.i-;   cars.  tvA->D��   TO   OPKCIAL   D-TSIOM.  /���;.'���''/ V:t'   ���'���';���;'���   /t !;;-|   ;.';'; I.vict.  WflaWW^-BWTWftJM :ATLTN,!lL ..Cr)>!'^An^]Ti;TW',':/^lA^!;  -./'!  ���I9O5.  Local  .���Events!:,  ;./ -Tents, AaudwalT alRegatt's.  Y/1Y L. pillinanlast'/week   opened  -'��� lip'a ge.ieralstore  on. Spruce/Creek  ; so;i.i :;���/)'lc'e'ep in  closet   touch 'with  his 'in ere p. .si jig trade, a b'red/ Dough-  ,...��������� _crt)'" is.in .charge. /'; //.!!.//-  ���.-./;Y YSafe ; Deposit   Vaults /at ���  Jules/  A./ Kggcrt's.// Rates ; reason able.      ;/  A /.,r:;,IvIcl)oiiald's /Gi'ocei'V; ..���make's.-'/a  y specially of fresh eggs aud,..bulter.  ////The ''/.-Fifth" - Avenue   -Hotel,/ of  :./'Skagway,   is"'; noted /('or   its    good  A;   beds,  'commodious  'andA elegantly  /;"/ biroished"/ rponiH,   and   til]/.around  / ,:general 'excellence.- :  /   ":  / 3/"'  '//;   //A-Discovery/tnau appeared/in. the  '.-'���/. cjpbct Atbis/ week;;, oh ../ii./ charge / of  ������/.having-  loaded up/with more cheap  ,-;.fire:'w:il.er..tbaii .he/bad/capacityTpo.  ���'������./'He paid The usual $5 arid costs. /./  Circulating /Library,/containing;  /best editions/at G./R. Bourne's.   .,.-,,  ;!-YYV\  G.;! Taxton,. Kot-iry v/Public,/  has/ this/ week opened up bis.office  ; ���" / iii /the' Brackett   building,   (nearly  / opposite the; post office) Discovery,  A -where he., is prepared/to   attend   lo  -    Notorial Work and Accounting, ���.//Y,  "V'/���;';"���:���:.T'iverything in the ;hard.ware line  //at /Regan's...///, 7  "��� The .reuianded case of Ruth Mc-  .:'������ Lean; came ./up   for/hearing/before  /:.'/'���'Me/t.srs. Eraser and Thain oii/.-Mpii/  /day last. :: The accused/pled;' guilty:  / and /was allowed out cm/suspended  ��� sentence/;//;,:-������'���������' -    //-;/���;,/;.-   '���'-.-, ���������-,,  Thos.   Sagemau,' purser   of- the  / S.,,S.';Scqtia, has been in   town   the  /past  ten  days  superintending . the  oyei'liauliug   aiid   repairing of the  W. ..P. & Y; R. wharf    He expects  ��� to have everything in shape for the  .   season   by the; lime  the   first boat  ��� arrives.  The   Columbia   Graphophone  is  on exhibit 'at/Jules Lggert's, who is  sole agent for the Atliu District and  ,; Car Cross.    c  ��� At noon ,. on Friday the AS. S.  Scotia Was seen across the lake from  Atlin steaming, .from her winter  (���miners to her wharf in Scotia bay.  Tt/is also" probable that'tiie Gleaner/  ; has/left 'Pakii for Caribou as several  people yesterday claimed, that  they  ... hadheai-d her departing' whistle.  . .Mrs. Peter's bread���the best in,  the camp���can be obtained at 'Pill-  man's A tlinand,Spnice Creek stores.  'There was quite a pleasant gathering tit the dance at the Pal moral  hotel, Discovery, on the evening  of  The latest/maga'/.ines and 'papers,  areal way s!on; band tit T-illman's.A*;  Mr. Tvouis/Schub' received "the  pleasing.-;��� news/ from Tacoma ��� Ibis  week /that Mrs. Sclfulz had given  birth To a baby girl. A       '/;//. /-"//.-'  ' Mrs."Peters, who has been operating a //bake!, shop.���and-restaurant  oh; First -street/ intends to remove  next week to Spruce Creek, where  she will open a bakery./Yv\-: A-/ / /  //���.Pocket &!tabie cutlery at Regan's..  /.Several nice mess of/imille't have  ;thisYveek: been caught 'iii the: slough  Lo/,lh e/;; east :;/.of the town/ 'The ���fly  hits also been tried tiloiig the,//open,  parts of,the lake front but-no catch-,  es have/been reported.  /;  ���/Ask/ your/'.friends//in     TYtlin':  "Which/hotelisAthc /best, in Skag--  !way?" -Their reply wilf-be:/YTiie  TfjM/Aycni^  /',.. Dr. A/ K ./ Gp'n 1.1011 y}deliycreel; a  lecture at the/ school a/ few days  ago, taking /water" as his 'subject.'  The lecture, /Together /.-with A the;  practical scientific experiments-with  which-itYvas! "illuslralcd, was, greatly - enjoyed., by- The pupils /.and/ .a  number: of. their/ friends.who were;  fortunate enough to be/present; /: / ���-���  '!'". Full Tine of/crockery at Regan's:  S,1/ES,/;/!^'!///  A;/,//,./,  .'=;',.; .;,^V>^VW.:  w\  m  We/have / jusb -received/a large -Gonsignment 'of  FaiiCy a-ncl  ''���������'. ������':    ..'. ! ;. -"- ." ������������."���.!; /���-'-.'.. ���.      .-*>'-������  ���j' "f-r .-"'-' ��� /,'"'''/.-...;:���.   ',' "    -'���"  ,-m!;/- /-a//!;/:Y'!_/!/;!:"//!YStapIe ;Groceries./"/////'/";/';Y���/'"/-'//. /;'/''/!  H you *wafit;%es^  Jh^  &/;.H.y  ���~.//i^-I-.,i Wl-i-ri /  ������Pfy  /v.-",-,:. Church ���.-Notices...,:, ^y.y.,  'Church oi liiigliii.fi: St. Martin's Church ���  Sunday services:Matins at 11' n. :i!.;''livun-'  boiiK', 7:BU p. in.".-Colcbrritibi. of Holy Coin-:  -in tin ion, 1st Sunday in, each month and'on  special: occasions.'/.Sunday School:..Sunday,  ut"i |i. iii. Committee iMcat.injis, 1st Thursday  on'cli month. Kov. V. Ij. Stephenson, voct-oi-.  ���jt. Audi-eiv's Presliytot-ian Ghm-ch hold  -,-urvices in the /Church' oh Second Street.  Morninjr: service at, 11;, even ins; service, _7::iy.  Sunday School at the; close, of the .iiioi'nii.K  sarvice.   Ilev. l5.'l'...-Uii.irt.on, ininistor.  / / A  /333/Mastings Street,/ Vancouver,/B^G/ /  '".,/;////..,-/// '"'///AA:.'/.//. Y^./://,-:i^f^R^i^,/'..'��������� -.-��� A-../ ::-';;-'-'Y:  /.; A;'./A  ;'j*$)g^;Y;Ma31/!Ok^  /Self-A'Ieasure.meiit-.;]31anks aiid'. Samples sent on apu'lica'ticni.  T.l  :The:Ri  e lowest at  se  and  Fall  2St ten  id  high  lpera-  tures  reccr  ded  foi  the  week  are as  fo  .lows :  Isi  *'y  i9  36  above  '���-.'Sty  above  20  26  54  .'2 1  49"  ���'���������57-  2 2  5f  c  68  23.  43  -65.  24  44  63.  25  ���31  69  Until-'l'.uiither notice, the folio win;:  Installation.)-.-..  ���per -Lighi:  will  he-the rates  for T.iyiits ; -all   accounts' collcctc'l  /"/', monthly.:  -.���"''���'i"."-.-'- '���'..���'������'���.���'���'������'.',���  .'/���:.'.  ���1ELEGTRSG''::MiS^TyRATESs^fy'l    ;v!!'; '���//'/���'A'/;  ...;;....:���;:.. -/.;...,..:;;. :.v;,..,i....,;...-;A.A;$3.50.;/per/Ughi/  -;      // --/Vv ���':  Sn hseri hers 'cii'n -bo siipjilied.at Jletci-.i'iitGs:    / -; ;..'_;'-,, -.,. .'���  Rent of esch./Wlete'i*, .;..;..-���.'.:.:..,-.:.-..-. -,��������������� ..VA:----:v:--/ -/������-���; ������������,, ���'��������������� $1 00 per -month  ,--���-.,-,,---:. or jit ll Hat" fates, as under:   -  '8" Gandle;��� Power-'-lricandescoritf.v.-'.-v.:i.-i':'.V-.'-:$-'l.":75-.;per-:'--iTion'l:h-  .16-"..'--v-.;  ������"������?'.':   ."'.'���-������A !'/' Y    A,...:...,.;...'3:gs:       . " -//."'A ���.*.������.-���..���  32. !������������������-'/". '������//" //://, /, -"''/:' A/:-..:'/.,..-.:;..;...,.. -.5.'{50 A:'// /."/A ���/',  ���.;���.���//,'������;,���  i'rom ti'iiil alter the "rdJnnuiiry, I9C5, all l.ifjhts .viil he turned oii'.at. 2'a. in. iinil relit fI'oin C ii.jn. until (laylis;lit:.":." '-���;  All lmrned-ottt or Oiiaclteiied hui.ps will  ho aKchaniied for neurone!,-, free ol' elini'ije.-M /  hroiiHfht lo the (Joininin.v's, oilice. hut hriiken ones will he churned for at SO.cents euch.  The Cornpsrcy's IVIodern Steam Laundry luts heou Met -on lease -toMn. and  Muh. I"issn, who will collect and deliver nil washing, receive liayinent for.all wiishinjr, and  I>ay ail accounts in connect ion with tiie l.a.ind fy.  Onion Sets, Garden-.and   Flower  .Seeds, at C. K. Bourne's.  Notice.  g - The. iiiitlcrsi.'xuod, .wili not 110. res pons i-  .-*-? hie lor any delfts incurred wi t.l.out in.v  written order, and-nil accounts duo "The  Koyal Stcuni Laundry" must  he. paid to inc.  / "j'lUS.'.M.'KIiNN.'   .  Dated this-ifitli day of liny, llltin. , Iii    ,  ATLIN'S SHOERfAKER,  "ifiii! priifiii  0 w wj?     ��.    ej si 5.-1 <* '4 y a"? ff-'j  ^v!,-A'Y../-.  i^.y;y;i>^,1^^^^��e';^C^.^2^^.9:^;y:5,.ff:i?*5y?.��*j A /,/  - /"       ..Executed CheapSy, YPnorrt'|jtiy//;arT��i .'Satislacfcrily.  !   THE / GLMM/ OFFICE.  ��ttl&ii irt ting ���@iipai|/,/.��i  ATLIN, B. 'C,  Victoria' TT'iy, and while everyone  regretted ilie unavoidable absence  uf the .Spruce Creek orchestra, who I Sno������:.*���  Yvurc lo Tiave supplied the music,  bill wore'unable to attend owing to  the high ..water on Spruce fiidau-  geting tlieir,dumps, still everybody  enjoyed themselves and went home  well satisfied with their evcuino's  amusement.  R. WITITlTbXl), will be in'Atlin  about  the  last of   May wilh a full  lot of Hanh-Madk,  Watickticht  Hold your orders for him.  Will   Pay You  '���Porter  SMAIT, AND TARGT. OUDKRS PROMPTLY I'l 1,1.1'!).  <f0  f HE I1HANP tiOTCL *���'  'I'n yi'iul "'I'lii! (Jliiiin" lo youi1  friends, iiisIimk) of loosing linn*  wi'ltliiHr letters. Il cudi'iivours to  rililtlisli itviwy wee'.t all tlm pi'iuci-  pal news of this District, I'rii-i1,  lo any imrl, of ihc world: Si.1;  iiiouihs, 4*-.511 ; one jeiii1, .-_-r,.t,:i.  M. FOLEY  ATLIN    ��88E$P    CASH   STORE.  "DAVID   HASTIE,   Propi-wtci*.  \'-lKV.SrE'QJJlVVEl)^HyrEE.JN.T.I-T.K NORTH. .  KVJvRVTlUNG ���CONDUCTJ.'.n.IN   HIRST-CLASS MANNLR.  iSs^"ic>'-'IiiAiG   rio&isz&o'Zisii  is?  ���OQuraooUGin,,  coi-:>;i:k first avknuic an/d wiw:ovi-:itv sTKich'.T, A'n.iN.  ���:&>E'  ^''Y'-'!^:S:S/:^/:  Ai/i.^-i'  ���ffiy. ��� '��� 'I :';'^S-^!-v;S?//!( -;.  *mfivrA-z; li-.ctix. i  xuautM^Krxr-.  ZFXttXarxi^Tic^j  ���trips"  f'ULL LINE OF -STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,   ���-v-a��- ���   Flour, Oats,  Chop   Feed,   Bran,   &c, &c  '���'-'���' A;;;//rS/-Y/,Y;rA-/-//-'/;Y-/;.A, U.'-.W VV���'.'.' !iot?:u: ./$���'.'&.��  THE  Balp-Way Mouse  I."   a   liitveii    foi1   all  .-M-I.-VflllM-.s. 'I'licnieiils.  lire 'fn f-milliii,.; au,l  tin1 hrneiM-H in Ihe  liar a��� rel'resliinji- :,s  I III.1   (llMV (if   | l,���   ,;;,|-|y  inoi'iiinK1.     An    ii|i.|||  iiiiiiin.i.'i'  and   ivinici1  l-CMIII-l.  JAMES .CLARK,  I'.KOruncToi:.


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