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 Ji&*i*t*JX��~* A. ++*-,*"-  .,���-',-���- *.  'W2II905     '�����*  e-si  #���;  '^    >n&..    ~  Ov/  ORf a, S��"  VOL.  t3.  ATLIN,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,     NOVK.MBKR    n,   1905.  NC.  -..���?o  /  .5 -  TELEGORAPHIC.  FRESHMAN   DROWNED.  Fitz Will  Fight. O'Brien   for  World's Championship.  A   MURDERER   KILLED   AT  FRISCO.  Fell  Down Stall's--Odessa's Many  Roit Victims���American Missionaries Massacred in China-  Revolution at Rio de Janiero.  (HI-P.Cl AIj TO  Till:  CIjA1.1I.]  Poughkeepsie, N.4Y., Nov.' 9.,���'���  The body 61 Miss Emily Ensign,  who was in the freshman class .in  Vassal* College in this city, was  found in the lake here today. It  has been learned that she took an  overdose of headache powders and  while delirious wandered into the  lake and drowned. ' -  New York,. Nov. 9.���Ex-heavyweight champion Bob Fitzsimmons  has been matched to fight "Philadelphia" Jack O.'Brien. The fight,  which will be pulled off at San  Francisco some time in December,  will be for 20 rounds or more and,  according to articles, vvill^ be for the  world's heavyweight championship.  Forfeits of $2,500 will be posted by  each of the principles on the 25th  of November.  San Francisco, Nov. 9.���Milton  Andrews, the man who murdered  Miss Bessie Boulton, was today  shot and'killed in this city by Nulda  Olivia, who immediately fired a  bullet into his own head and died  instantly. .   -"  New Westminster, Nov. 9.���Mr.  C. B. Tait, a prominent man of this  city,, fell down stairs at his home  today and was instantly killed.  ' London, Nov. 9.���Vaughau Morgan, who for many years has been  an alderman in the city and a director of the Hudson's Bay company,  has been elected lord mayor ' of  London.  Odessa, Nov. 9.---The killed and  wounded  hi the recent riots in this  city will   greatly exceed  ten thousand,   over two, thousand wounded  being attended to in local hospitals.  While   the  mobs   were engaged'in  slaughtering  each  other the police  and   soldiers   busied themselves in  pillaging   houses     for    cash    and  valuables.    For   two  days   in   the  Jewish   quarters   tne   streets  were  literally strewn   with   dead   bodies,  Jews   being shot  down  faster than  the dead and wounded could be removed.     The   military   authorities  placed   about  100 machine guns at  various   points   and   revolutionists  were   mowed   down iu large numbers but the  depleted   ranks .were  quickly   reinforced.      The    rioters  were   practically blood-crazed   and  swore that not a Jew would be left  alive.    .It,is,claimed  that the police  and   soldiery   secretly   incited   the  mobs to riot.    Conditions are better  '.atpresent bi'.L. Ibr how long nobody  can say. ,-"  London, Nov. 9.���Over one million unemployed people wailed on  Premier Balfour today and demanded work.  Ottawa, Nov. 9.���It is estimated  here' that the government will get  fully iS -out' of the 25 scats in today's Alberta elections.  Batoiun, Nov. 10.���There was(i7  hours fighting at Nasakoirali on  Tuesday between the rioters and  Cossacks, and 105 Cossacks were  killed. A large number of rioters  were killed and wounded.  Hong Kong, Nov. 10.���The anti-  American feeling is growing extremely intense. American Consul  May of this city* has received an  annouymous letter threatening, his  life if the imprisoned boycotters are  not released.  New York, Nov. 10.���Geo. B".  McLellan has been elected mayor of  "Greater". New .York by a small  majorit}-". W. R. Hearst will contest ��� McLellan's election and it is  claimed that over 40,000 fraudulent  votes were cast.  Hong Kong, Nov. 10. ��� Rev. Dr.  Machle, the American missionary,  confirms the recently reported massacre of missionaries at Lien Chow  and gives horrifying details of the  atrocities "committed nu "American  women. Miss Chestnut, and Mrs.  Machle and her daughter were  stripped of every particle of clothing  and exposed to the view.of the  crowds, after which they were  thrown into, a river where the Chinese fishermen speared then... Mr.  and Mrs: Peale were "also stripped  and.exposed and then clubbed io  death.  New York, Nov. 10.���The. visiting squadron of Rear Admiral  Prince'Louis of Battenberg, consisting' of six armored cruisers, passed  in through Sandy Hook yesterday  morning.' The prince, who was the  bearer of a personal message of good  will to the president from King  Edward, had previously been re  ceived at* Washington by President  and Mrs. Roosevelt. The officers  of the British squadron are being  entertained on a big scale by the  Army and Navy club.  Bombay, Nov. io.--The Prince  and Princess of Wales arrived here  yesterday and were tendered an  enthusiastic reception.  New York, Nov. 'to.���Word has  just been received here that a revolution has broken out at Rio de  Janiero against the Brazilian government.  GKNUKAI.   NJiWS.  Wingham, Out., had a $12,000  fiie last week.  ' Four bye-elections for the Dominion house have been set for the 22nd  of November.  Christopher Robinson, K. C, the  eminent Canadian ' jurist, died at  Toronto 011 Nov. 1st.  Patrick Lawler, for many years  governor of the Winnipeg jail, died  on the 30th of last month.  A new lake has beeii discovered  northwest of Lake Abillibi by the  surveyors of the G. T. P. transcontinental railway.  Four, hundred members of the  crew of the Russian battleship Catherine are now under arrest at Sevastopol for having mutinied.  Philadelphia Jack O'Brien defeated Kaufman in the 17th round  ofa.hard fought battle at San Francisco on the 27th of October.  The Stork block on Queen street,  Brampton, which was the oldest  wooden building in Ontario, was  destroyed'by fire on Oct. 27th.  Three hundred and fifty political  prisoners, who were confined in the  jail at Warsaw, were released by  the authorities .on Friday of last  week'.  A I-Ialifax report says that the  Plon. R. L. Borden has retired from  the practice of law in Nova Scotia  and intends in future to practice at  Ottawa.  The military governors throughout Russia have ordered the troops  to show absolutely no mercy or regard0, for life in quelling, all disturbances.  The police and military at Nagasaki are indignant at the new order  of things resulting from the emperor's luaniie-sio and are abeiilng tlie  disorderly elements.  At Philadelphia on Oct. 31st Ed.  Bryan,~a~trotting gelding; covered  two miles in 4 minutes and 48  seconds, thus knocking %% seconds  off the world's record.  At Halifax on Oct. 30th P. Pur-  cell and P. McGrath, of the crew of  the government cable steamer Tynan, were scalded to death through  a defect in the engine.  A. despatch from Tokio states that  the rice crop of Japan will be very  much below the original estimate  and that ' three prefectures are  threatened with famine.  Frank B. Hubell, capitalist and  prominent club man, suicided iu  Seattle on Oct. 28U1 by turning on  the gas iu his room when retiring.  His relatives live in Ontario.  On her recent visit to the Orient  with the Harriman party Miss Alice  Roosevelt received gifts to the value  of $1,000,000, upon which she had  to pay duty on arriving at San  Francisco.  The Ottawa department of militia  has been advised by the home war  office that the control of the I-Ialifax  garrison will be handed over to the  Canadian authorities 011 the 15II1 of  November.  The Hon. Mr. Fielding, minister  of finance, staled at Ottawa last  week that the tariff will be changed  at the coming session of the Dominion parliament which will, therefor,  be a lengthy one.  A London despatch says that  Colonel Sir Claude MacDonald has  been appointed British ambassador  to Japan. Sir Claude is considered  the greatest living authority on Japanese and Chinese affairs.  ��� ��� At New Westminster on Nov.  2nd'Miss Johnston, correspondent  of a Seattle paper, was requested by  the chief justice to attend court and  explain a statement made "  her correspoudenof,   pvl  chief of police claimed to be  a  personal reflection.   The young woman  refused to go to court and sent word,  to his worship that he could call at  her office if he desired to see her.  J. Lome McDougall, late auditor-  general of the Dominion, published  a three column letter to Hon. A. B.  Aylcsworth asking him if he could  honestly enter the cabinet without  first having the audit act amended.  0   ���  At Peterhoff last week a company  of reservists refused to fire on a  crowd of demonstrators when ordered to do so. Enraged at the action  of their troops, the officers emptied  their revolvers into the mob and  killed and wounded many people.  Prof. Prince, chairman of the  Canadian fisheries commission and  recognized as one of the best  authorities on fish iu the world,  will attend the meeting of the International fisheries commission  which takes place in Seattle this  month.  The dead and^ mangled body of  Mrs. Margaret Todd, a 76 year old  widow who was worth $1,000,000,  was found on a railway track near'  Philadelphia on the night of" Nov."  ist. Foul play is claimed and a  prominent society leader is suspected of coniieci.iou with ;he' death or  tlie woman.  A Belleville despatch says that  the last of the famous bogus ballot  box cases was disposed of on Nov.  2nd, when Police Magistrate Samuel  Harrett, of Bancroft,, was found not  guilty of conspiracy. Harrett, however, has been dismissed from his  position on account of the unfairness  and prejudice shown' in his decisions.  Recently at St. Petersburg a deputation of strikers called on Premier  Wilte, who -informed them that  some of their demands would be  granted but that others were impossible, lie warned the strikers  that continuation of the strike will  result in both bloodshed and famine,  compelling     military  )v her in  interference.  The'mob howled him down and refused to hear him further.  In a recent speech in Berlin Emperor William 'said: "Our sincere  endeavors to convince the world of  our readiness for peace have failed.  Let us in future not trouble ourselves over slanders, but go straight  ahead, our aim being to strengthen  our commerce and political equipment. With them we trust that we  alone, or iu company with friends  who are honorable friends, need not  fear the whole world in arms."  An uucensored despatch received  in Paris from St. Petersburg says  that proclamations from the revolutionists have been scattered broadcast throughout all the larger cities  of Russia calling on the common  people to keep up the fight and to  not be fooled and deceived by any  promises that tlie czar may make  about betteiiug the conditions of the  future. The late manifesto is characterized as a bluff to urge the people to suspend hostilities until the  authorities can once more get the  upper hand of them, after which  oppression and coercion would be  ,,,.,.., severe tha:: jv::-. ���'' tf,&ffci?'f'rifrrriy;i> ^kth  msi  :;.A'tlvIN,''; E.    C���    SA'TURDAY,:; ;NOVEMBER>M 1905''  v;:i' ���  "SB''  il&  ay.':-::;  11^/;;/://////1/;'./*;/;  :'fi;'f-.  1 H'v"  :��� '.'',���"���,1 -'  ;fe/;:-  ; R&*  I;k!;  lfc/f;//  -jliCiB.ATLIN CLAliM ig puoMsHcrj. cvcnv qatofidav  -"'-;' '-'<'MOnNING.,';.  MAlLCO    FHKC'.TO    ANY-: 'PA HI*; OF  THC  ..',,' VVOOLD., r'On ,06;, CCMTS.   PCFli.MONTH {.'. 5C.Q0    PEI1  'M.'ilR.       ADUEr.TiaiflG HATE3 ::$Iv OO.PCR I NCH CACH'  ';' i-NSF.nrioN ; r.CADiNfi notices,,20 ccntb a linc.  :3PCciAt,nATcr.   on   application...,!  ~*0*r*-~--'  \IOB-PRINTING-:  .;.' (LL-HCADS,,  LSTTCR-HrAos,   .V.'---  I'POSTERS, ���      ���  ��� -".VISITING .CAnDS,  f-'RocnAMtyitrs,.   etc., etc.  PROMPTLY    EltCCUTCO.. :..'/;  P n I C E R   M OD E R AT I?.  .'TUjE'-ATiii^GrJA^  -������"W..���r.i170'tiJjA.l(I>.    .GlU.NX,- \;Kl>ITQ'U~MA?UnKK.  ������sracECTrf^vM-jac^a-^r^et^-J-jfj^-^t-iji.  ;.;.���;���: -;yOIiCANIG.;CR;EEK/ROAt)^  :/'//: :;;:T;he;;;.^  'c/'-with/^  '::::are;als6Vmai!y good things, to'^ollset  V; jt-hese:./ ;;AVe* must beHhahlcfulV'fbr  ; :: pur ^beautiful weather,;.;ahd' partieu--  /Vlarfysovth^  ;=::*: the;, rnfen/-; who ;:w,��re -working ;oir the-  ^/:^olfcanic/;���/Toad-'/to 'practically-cprnr*:  ���'���':.'plete'their'lwbrk.'.'^''. '''v:';,'^^ /;:'w.;///;/; 7  . /'/Among/the other advantages with  /: /which, we/are. blesse-d is/the- hopeful  ;//spirit^:;:with*-' which/;: pur :<i>]d-'- timers  ���'^���tackle :,auy;;jpb; that; ^pmises--.(fde-:  ���.;;vH*.elppment.':;6f.''the';campV  /;KcCsmmner liiee:ze ;V6:'meet; the !%ToI-  ���.4 ;canic; /creek''��� bpysi '(.'headed.' l>y/ the  :^genial"and: /.smiling /Tom -Hanua, ������  ������;vand to;listen 'to their descriptibu/^of:  .;:: /the: "conn t ry^;: lying! i'bei^ean/'.Atliiv  //.und^-Tcnta^  y  -The/: gang/ staked: work:;:ph*vthe  ��� road some four ; weeks/ ago  with;; a-,  '"'���.prpmise.-to/pu  . on /the /-face/ of; it,; a large contract  they,;: had;; undertaken,..' particularly  .at -this:-season,.".but. they report   a'  : practical completion of the work..'���:.;.���-.;.  ������������;./;.��� 'Starting: :Epni ;T,ake> Como, they;  ..;.divided ,'the ; gang, one party., wo.rk.-  ���,:i*hg from Volcanic; creek -to' A.tliii.  .The1:,distance covered is, eighteen  miles. The' coiuitry is'swampy, in-  : terspersed. with hummocks, and re-  'quired.. a great/. dea-l .of grading.  Seventeen, hundred feet, of grading  : was completed., on   the   'upper   end.  ��� alone,, .but the'-work, .was.: mostly.  Pitching, corduroy,, .and -swamping  ������.out/'.- .The - road: built "runs".., from-  Lake Gomo-to/Volcanic creek.: A  wagon can; be driven fi*oni//DiscoVery  to. Volcanic; and one mile up the  creek. .���'���:.. In the spring connection  will be made.with' Atliu. /���  .   The. district is to-be congratulated  ���plant--:" They.tackledythc road with  tlie ? same . Indomitable-, spirit.; and,;  after,-interviewing our member, 13i'v  Young^/and the government ".agent;  both of whom gave ever}':assistahce^'  tlie 'road is an; accomplisiied: fact."  ''The road opeus/up-lbe rich quartz  section held- by: -Hauiui1,:;Pyno-aii, O'Neill ; and ::.partners. '���'.���:���'Soiaej: ten;  'thousand/ dollars /worth of dev-etop-  nieht;/work/; has /already ���been" doiie  ,pn/t li ese: el a i'ui s:<* a ud. 1 i e x l ��� week; i t/i��  iii tended to send "a/trial shipment to  tIie;smeUer.'.:."-judgL(ig"'Troin.l:he sin--.:  face;..;:'sh6\y|n^  pf/tlie work.done Uicre/is/'tio.;.dbnbt  .���but that;we;haye;;as. rich/,,a-/ pr'pppsi-  ;tion;i. right, at/our. door ah they .-have:'.  ;at / \Vindy/Arm. /":All//it /req-uires  :iidw"; is-;the  in vest meht;/bf/a' small  ;auip'iiu|'t/'piTcapitai^  ye!ppnient:\vork.: ,:A> large/, body of  ore; that; T'ti us:,3'56:oiuices:of silver; to'  :the?t"pn/;and/avcrages,,foi': sl-iipiuent,;  :in all 'values;^6p/tp;$7Or^a;tofcis*;n6t;  .gping/to. lie-dprmaiiti;/, /We look "Ibr  'good.:\vork/d;iiring:;TgiD<5-.V,; '.,���:::::/;;:'/;;/  ;/: Atliu;is;;/alriglij;;:'and;;,it-only-requires,"; oir.every one's :parti/sucli//a  ipuir/together   :as.::'the//boys/;h-aA-p*  shown; to'tuake; th-ings '.-h-ufai>..:; ..-v';'/ /  -&*>i4'  i"/iiiawiieiiii//li��i//  vMMaitiwwv w*im\\rv!n -*^offtKX\*T*3tm.?tr**3ax!t n;nftir?f*gi-yifin -  ;/.;.:  Syi-rJisKsn. ora,;mi��*;'.;Vm'.ci:; cm!t GopiJsi-As/cii'EAi'.iiiKiiK?. ; '"   ":/i '���'.'.���;'���':  ;/    / Atlin','-. N uggqt ixi-id ,; Grape ;Rings /^iiid iill; k-iicls of; ���Tc-w-oli-yiiuiii'i'  ; -fiiotiirpd i)ii(tli(;;i)i'eniises. '.'.'.v.   ���'    '���';^-:,V'K:i:!:-:-;':Vi:/^^!V')' ::!;"*!z''!V-- -������ :***'-?;_--';-.' ;v|/;: -;:-; -'���-  ���''������������;::' i?|no',N6\-^; stock Vif;w  ..Wiitc'lie.s'frpin ijri.00 ii|,;: ���;'. ���':/:*.'"A'ire"ii*s������ ����>iv",C.ci.1 uhiIj'j:i Uvurn'oiilioiies.������; \  ';;  ��� !r Silverware, Cat Giass^H  ���Mm-wmBWm  Safety/ Deposit ;VauIts./  ^j";;AM'r;lN,ANl)';rjISC:0VICKY,'",.;;.;:;' .-/;;:  ;;Watchmalicrswahd;/Man^  "They   are; Waiting ; for;? You!  j.a^g-aiOyiS;;  IN  ��� :'.-.'.    ���  ���-.-:.-_.-,-.--...-��� ���;���-.'.;:::.--_._..._.. .���'."j/.",.' ,v:.i^3i*^^jwr.-^r-^cwtin*..;.i_-j--..���_,... .-���.  //inirj|/)iii:.NE/::/0.iA:/^  ;:/::"/^:///:;;/'i//>5;iso/':/::Got  1��/  -.wn  Klffi  Siiccessors'-"to J.' H.: Richiarclson  yW:Qyave..:,mucb-pleased to/publish  in /this;'issue a^short;;T;;articla:/,froi!a-  Mrs.//Dr::/Y6ung: ;oiv*;,the?Atliu/;and  IDiscoveiy; ���sehool:/exhilDits//at/the  ;Ne w; Wes t m i*n s-t e'r... fa i i*,-.-' and :��� we; 111 ay  -well- feel-proud pfv,.the.;^sh6wing;the  sturdy /youngsters*}/ of //AthhZ; have'  inade.; /-We think: the knowledge/of  Briti;-h:.!:Cplumbia^;jgeography:;,dis-!  played; ;/by: th.e.: seporteu. .who; vvVote  -���'-.'-'������'..--'���'-"-'-.      "���'���'"'      -"''".'' ��� 1..- -t-**-  ;up /.the// educational/exhibits   aiid  *it��ccl''-''ll-c---;-c-ri-pr*---^-MonJ.. L''3^ven   fl'OlXl  Atlin,. which is.four.01/five/huhdrect  miles, from the educational .'centre of  .tlle/-'pro'yinc'e,."'.'ui'igh'it.-be' greatly im-;  prp ved bj- a/course iii our .schools.   ,.  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"--';���  ;:v/;;;/.;,:A.i^;ss^A'':;RouT/EvSAH;i.i\iGS^  ^p-irts ,h"pui: S'icag\yay:;>; ;Nb  ;/-='db/;./:/  We  ; /,d;o,//./:///:/;' /; //,;'jAKT:;/,i iyr/:"2^,;//FKB.:/;.i/r>/^6////;  .Z;/:'/'"'!//l.:'/./://:/ !-'-/.-'-/..'s'>'.'.1'M,'K..--?^i,-:/SI'^ ^fS-PPS;  ���/////"//'-/.Z/:''v/'/-^^^ :////"/���'/'���:  .;:���:;   /.'JTra-usiiortiiig hy 'i-iiii btf^eiiHier; to Se-itjls :-ivftli8iit;ixlya;cIiaytvP^'//:/-;^;";':-;  ivo:ci,ii't;ic:set'v!iM.;;^:No;',}iiioJ;nioa Si'/  ';//"/:;::/;  ",;if:://;''���-��� F��y. l-Htos-'biviiiforiiiation ;iipi)iy'!to/;.vJLJL'.';/!:iL3;:};.:Lljr</OL^li.-ji:..;'!;;-','.''"'.  ;/:*.J:^;:N;"V;S-;f ���;r--.'.':;*j;v-!v;:::";^  on having;' such- men- as H'an'na,  Gartmel, Gilmour aiid O'Neill, who,  in the face of difficulties .almost/ insurmountable, look" hold of the  placer and quartz in the Volcanic  district last spring.  On. Volcanic creek Hanna.' and  partners: during, last suminer sank  over forty-five feet with the crudest  kind of appliances aiid with no encouragement until, they reached, the  bottom of the shaft. . They sank  through, a. barren, granite wash, feeling satisfied that the pay was* below. At forty-eight feet they struck  pa;, dirt that went seventy-live  eeir.s to. the pan.    Tlie- home made  -The celestial boycott doesn't look  :a bit heavenlyc,to the Americans.,:  '..���The' complete assimilation of the  Filipinos/and the fenishihg: of /'the  Panama canal may be expected- to  happen aboirt,the*same-ti-me./i;//;  /Men are always-boasting .'of/how.  t-hey admire-\votue��who dress qiiiiet-  ly and plainly,/but-there'/Isn't one  :\vho- will not stretch his*, neck when  a "giddy thing in*/high- heels and :a.  brass, baud color combination comes  down the street.   ,  : ':      ���  ^IXXV Hiiys afitni: date:i;.iiitcM>];;to aiii-tly;  ,S?..'.!.Xo'/:.*lio.''iil��i'9*ii'>^.''-'t-lvp:: Q'lieFlponiiiiis'-  'siQiier.eP;Laii'(ls.iiji&.Wou  aoL-ca.;o�� :i!uH:i'l<itllt,:i"-'Ivt liinct'..sitiiiiite/"tlii-o'p.-.,  e|iVaxte'is;o��...'ri.::niHo.:iibrtli'^^^  desui'i'Ija'it'��its/iollbivs: ;;lGqi>u!ieiiclii^:;;it/:-;a  lios-h  -liliiiit'eil; oii-tho .iioi-tli/.cast, vl'coi-iiby.-  'iiiai-]tetiv;'"G; M ;'.S.".; north .;cns't :,cG;riier.,iH).st,  tlioiicb \vost/20 chains, theiiuesoutli 20 chiiins,  thsnbe cast 20'chedusViUissMib: iKwtU.'iO cliiiins  to'iibiiit'pE*cohiiueu<!Ojn.3iil!.;: :::,;/;: '//r ''/;,:'  ;���';/../;:/;.-::v:/'::;-* ���'//;.:/;.,-/'''   ////G/Sl/Sliiri'ey.;: ";.?:  ���A-HinV l-!;.;e.,.SoijA. 7th/"l��Q5.// / ���/7'V::C;::; lilSy-:/  (wwrarasw  ^t3=^n��*VXZta=JXTSC��S2tMZXTf\lZ&l't&U  '.-.yisitirip  :; fe;;: /a/^ fffi A/ M\ ."��� })������ //  -/': Koji'iilai*. obmiiiiiiiica-,./  ., tioi-.s; held oil ..the iii'st"  'Thurschvy o�� each mouth  ;:iii/;tlio-j\r;o;:U.:.W::Hali,/'  . i/Tiaril.Strcet.;-//;:::.:?/;/;,:^-:;  bi'pthrcii corilially iavitcil. ;;:;./   ':-/  .Estate of;J. E./Jongdail,  .Deceased.: .;:, -:,���;-:'.;,  ���~|%^T"0'2XCli Xs.lien'ob'j* S'l'ven that .0 have this  '^-���'*��� '���: 'da..-;1 been' appointed   by   His   Honor  .ludKC Yoiiiijir as.Adnnniati-atbi- of tlie cs't'iito  of JiK. JonsdaM,.deceased. ���;.:-/..;,  ...,.; ���_'.;;~Z ...'"-  All pei'soiis;-liitvliifr,-claims' asainst tin: es-  ���tiite oE above named (l'eeeased ai*e-reciiiired  'to Jilboaine with the undei'sisned,. duly, veri-  liod, on  or-zioefiore/tlib HJ'sit. day of January,'  19013, after which  dnto'.t  willclistribiito the.  assets of si-Jd deceased, havi'nf? vejiard only  t-o siicli cliiiins ii's-sIiaU have been dnl-j-iiled.  I   'AIB pei'S��ns: indebted' to tlie cs'tatie oi; said  dbceased ai'e required' to pay'sai'ie- to  the  undersigned on .or before'Sl'st* January, 1000.  : .Dated iit-At.lin,-li..'G.;;Se'ii>t'ebiUe'r'.-i2tliV"lb05;%'.'.-  /:���.//:/'///.;;.:// WvPprXAIlJO/SKAXT,." .:. /  bB5:'���./ "���.'; .;'.":".--':; -'-Gffieinl Administrator.   ^  :"'/-i//H,aye /Re'-open"^"/���"///'//:/://:  Tis&t^RoyM^  .! v-iv //r"."'r''~r~Oi';,.d'b'Wntcvfi-'o'nt.'.'.  ' Jfeii!s Suits Clenucd and Kopnived.  :; , : ,  All AVork, Guaranteed.:   ;  ,  .Goods .Ualieilfiir anil nblivercd.:���:.���..'. ���.   ./.  .   Cash; on JJelivery.   -  ://:/.//MrS./M./:Fenn,--:;PreprietressV/;;/  ^xsr^y^Kaj~iaxireszi^a.  imm:��Mmmm  ms  TELEGRAPHERS  x,ctxvs.zt&n*am*xi. a  S^SS^S^M^S^  srrma'   LIGUOR". LICENCE .'ACT.  Appiicialjon. For Trsnsfsv of Licance.  r'p.AK.!*; Notice that I, JoBopli 'i'ulliairc, of  : -���"- A.tJin, U.C., shall apply to: the Board  of l.i'eeiu.o Goniihissibiier.-i at their nest  ineotin,-;* foi-'Mio' transfer- of the Hotel,  Licence,.now held by me, to sell Into-siciiting  Liiliiors in tlio premises known as the  Uoyal tfotel,. situate- on hot 7,. Illock 15. of  the TnwnciU; of Atlin, I!. C, to ll. I!. Dixon  end I,. .Selnilz, of Atlin, ll/C.  JJated tliislnb day of Novomliui-, J005.  (12 JOSKl'II 'l.'Af.i,MritlC. ,  M  th is hotel is stocked vt/!th  ;/ : 'the'/best of; goods/  'jSatsify iSoha^si&SoSSp   Pt*agtm'.-  pumps could, not handle the- water,  nl-inii'     <im �����,,     il,        i ii !    ���*"    Aliuer's Giu'lilicato  No. li Ki(M!l,. intend,  abouc.   seven,   thousand, gallons an. ,i.s,y,i���ysr,ro.���u,od,*ae hereof,, to apply to  /Aagnesite. Wl'mzsa1* Claim,.  fjitiMCu in tho Atlin Miiiin;; Division at Cas-  star Di.'-triet.  Where localud :���liast of Atlin t.owns'tto and  udjoiiiiu.T the euv-i*. boiinilary line ol the  ' towns-ito.'  r riAKK Notice that, J.��� A ..CI I frseii PuJil ...Kroo*  I    -'���-    iliuer'ri Giu'lilicat-o  No. It "--->(M11,.intend,  AiniuaIly,.fco JiU the new positions created by  Kailroad and Teletrruph t'oinpaMies.. Wo'wunt  Young, Men and Ladies of good habits, to  'learn telegraphy;  .AND   R. R. ACCOUNT! NG.SJSSf/  AVo furnish 15 per cent,, of the Operators and  Station Atrents in America. .One six schools  are the largest exclusive XcloKi-tipli .Schools  IN THE WORLD.', Kstablisbed 2U years and en-'  dorsed by allleadinc- llailway.Offiuiit  Wo execute a .-J2.*i() lluinl to every student to  ;fuviii**h him or hern position paying from S-HI  ,to SOU a mouth in States east* of the Kocltj  .Mbilnliiins, or from ���ST.") to.,$tUKI a mouth in  'Sliiues w.est of the Uocl{ies>iiiii!iE(liiitely ujion  (jraduatidiu  'Students ca.n ent-r-r ri-S any time. No vacations.. l*'or full particulars rn;,';>.rdi-n^* any of  ,our Kchoals write dlri-cf. to our executive  bfllce at Cincinnati, (J;   Catalogue free.  The Morse School of Telegraphy.  ��� 'tffr  ;   ;;; discovery, m. c; / ; ,  A Strictly First-Class\KoteL  DiuLug-Room in connection.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor,,  Hampton   &   Durie, Proprietors,  Cindnnuti.Olito.  Atidii'i?. <J,u  -..T(txi>r!iiii:i>��� ic,-i.  ��I=V-��)t-ft-��.-.^fcAT^--Wrt,-r-.Wti  sP&��  Buffalo, 11. Y.  I (iiVcsstf, Vi is.  t:i i i','ii-f.i-j-a>, Co!.  hour, and, cold weather,'jetting, in,  the next question���now that the  value of the ground, had been established���was to build a raad to-  ^j.'ible   them,   l.o  tab; lav a steam  the Min'ju..; lU-c-oi-di'i: for a Certilicate of Fi  provi'meiils,  for the purpose- of obtaining a  CriMv.n Orant. of the above- claim.  And further take not let- thai action, under  section !i7, must Ijn eommi-nceil bcl'oro the is-  Miiiini.'e of such C'crtiliciito*<if Juiproveiiu-nts.  Uiited. t.hi.s U'rt.h day othif;i.it.ouih.ei*.,l(|()ri,   H.LS.  Fzsfasmtr,/  OPKN DAY AND NIGHT.  IXili able $ ho e shaker,-  -'��� ������   -   DiKCovunv,.  ���o-  B.wlain.'a'.- Boots a Specialty^  i'l RST-CLA'SS RESTAUR A N'r*  ���������.������'." IN      . "  CONNJiCTrON  ilenihimtrters   for Dixou's sliauu.  :::.;:-i|  I  '���'W;a  m  ���:iv>;l  *m  ���"*:?; Ai  ���':^..J1  M  IM ATLIN,//'B^/;.^^  ;*��%gp|��  :^^li^0^im^��s^  xA.T.-^Co.-^Ltd.r/;'';:-^  ^v///A;./S./l.CROSS;:' President;//:  The School Exhibit  l'.?:V:.'":  ;'i'!:v-";;"ft;  ���'/--.'  ; /:0f'; Atlin/District ;at;thd:/New: West-  ��� '-';���/;,;/���-;/':';3'^.-nstei^:JSxliibitioh. /,. ���/  ?;;/  /Z ���;������;// A/' fe w; weeks/ ago'a t.'the/Aliniliiid:  .:vTDiscoypryvschdo!s/;/hiany//lil:tle ;laces;  / were: Jjeiit /cariie:s(:Iy/o\-eir/sheets\p(:  ./Kpaperi Vy'hilc:. '/the-;; fingers:;;/|iiidccrj:rr  ������:-Spcii//;aa^^  /��-pfuns'?-^^  ������ & going.- to ;..Ne\y-: Wcstnu'ns ter;; there to,  V;;;JJe exhibited aJpngsKle'pf lii^^;lrotn::  /://a 11/parts; o f;/B i;i lis I1 '- Goi urn bin .<-//.'-///;/:  ; ;;\vprk;prep/arcd;.b}'/,thes6iipbls:;d�� tlie1  :lp A tlin V/d is trie if (b r" ;l 1 ie;;AV^s t nn i i s tWi*:  ���������r:;e'-Kliibitioiiv:;:;;;ris^  /;,;yisiting;the;fair;that therewere/'edu-.  /���cational lacililies^nllienibrthir/Bufj  :\;::al3o;;it/clein6i!s^^  'fineut-;;;ol/;/: Education/tlVat,:;w'hile/np  /vinspector:/: /has/vever/cvisited���>������ the:  ^.schools,;-.;;yet;; that:/the/ teachers;are  .������?;toitl|jlil^  ������; /duties'.'an^  /���/ing^fpur/progress^  '/'the; first/evidence of their p/rofieiency.;  //Lftst ;year.:tw^  i./pared//ih/ Atlin ^foKthe/high/schqoi  ::*;'enirahce:.';;examina'tio'ii', // ahd- tboth  ���W^asse^;/,;.;Let(usihbpe that/ihis/year;  /; there /may ,,be/ more/paiidida tesZ; ah cl  /;that theyiihaj-Iiave.isimilar success.  ^;ir/i^he',exhibil;.xouiprised,;;specimeus  /of;"writing, .���'������vspfelliri'g*,'''' composition^;  ^arithmetic,;/grammar, j;geography,:.  :drawiugy; history, hygiene 'and sewing. ::;;Eyery;pupil,,whether of; primary, junior, intermediate pr/senior  /grade, contributed something./That  . the  work  compared well :with that  /from/other parts of   the/ province  .seems, obvious, from/'the many, illusions"/made, to it.'in/tiie/iTeW'West-'  /minster./ Columbian. ;- Indeed,";biit-  .side, of the .cities, Atliu receives the  ;. lioii-.s share of attention..    Iii, recog-  vnition of their merit both Atliu and  /Discovery received diplomas. .:'���/:: j  :',' /Extracts from, the .Columbian:/;  :7..Yict6ria/?andT New ^Westminster  'are .well;:represented in .every de-  p'arlmeht;/aiid :���' even :/ Atliu/contri-  butes its share...,'.���-*."Animals.foun'd in  Atlin" testify/that iii Atlin also'  artists are to be.-found./ ./'-';//:  After this walk round-.- the fancy  work;department, I sauntered clown  one of the long aisles of the children's school exhibit and 'brought up  before Discovery, Atliu" district. The  exhibit is small but fair of its kind.  Maps- and pencil work, Jessie-Anderson,' Harry Bruce pencil subjects.  When the next exhibition, takes  place in New Westminster, Discovery will perhaps have grown large  enough to hold its own with many'  places showing larger exhibits at  this present fair.  FROM A NKW DISTRICT.  The Atliu show comes next; Atlin  the gold region, the place which a  few years ago was a wilderness.  Conspicuous is the display of the  Union Jack and the ^Stars' and  Stripes   done   in, bright colors.    It  Arctic.,,:;BrpUierhb^  Americaii  aiid " British /;iensigus,//a  shovel':/ a ndv/pick, -/'/Noj'Boundary/  Li i i e ���-.'���.Here '���';/; i s ��� ��� 11 i e/ nipt I o ,-H 111 e' v e i*y  gqodv\vbrk;;oOB^  ahiinals/lpuucLi.n, Atliii/districtjiiiu^-;  ;Lrated*iiii-:-peiicii;'arc  busZ;;/ahd./Uhe;;exh  The /school: ;is/sinail;;alsb,/as/phptb  slipws'o'"-.:;/-?!*--^'-.:"-^  ;;: '^'i,^'//,yaucduyer^;World ^/'said:/  Atlin ;send^;/dbvv'n/;a/siiiair'exhiijit  just;;;;tp;;;let//tiie;;gobd/pebplp^  sp it 11 i Jc 11 q w :f tl l a t: 11 i ey; are ;s t i 11/iiV;; t lie:  la ndVpfalieiiyi ng.;: A/par  ;display;cpnMstS:/df:a"iiumber::/b  velopes^addressed -by;thb!;piipils of  thev/Alliii;^  Wi ls'o'n //vB. ,A,-i ��� of /: Va neb uVer^'hapr  ���P^HS^/fe^i-v^  .umir/ayas'/exa^muiing /tliis//-Usplayj/  ,'''AhrV/said:Mr. :,Wilson,::!"yo.u/:^-ilf  observe/th-ft/1hose .envelopes/are a'cl-  :dressed:f:to"/ya:ribus/-/'distinguisl^  7ii^ii".6f|this/prbyinc^  Homy::Richard /McBride, ;you":see,'  and /ffi.-;W:;:L/ Mclnhes.^aii-vyes7  ���a n d,;jVIr / ;D v Wilso ii ,/t h a t ] s //me/!'::  TH^  HE,^^��//��^]ME^  f:rm  FRE5  DRESSED:1:i^'EATSr://Jdso;v^:///-!':^  ,.:':.?. ';���:'';.-  C:; DOEl;KER?/ iy]anatjerl  -succussoks ;Tp-���tt-;//'*/: ;/./  ^Washing: D^y:'*iBlue^'';J  m,  fS��g&&;  iff!  3  VANCouTOk;' B;(C/;'./  ���s-''*.;':.1'^.:A.V!;:  G;t H ;S.N issfen,// Pro p.;  MBWv^g,m:gv-; \$?��  Restaurant in .Cpuiibetibn Under (  : No\v hhd;Gi*.imbIo,;Sfaiiiijjpmeut.. '.}  ���  :;y;;Ohe/day;a:;mihister'S"wife:eh^  a^:uewyservaut//;/The//gid/;was;%vVry;  iriendl}*:;\vitli'a/constable,--:and ���"one  Ua-yJheiiivited/lhim/tb/come^  and .see lifer.' - '/She: wen t aiicl/fetc heel  himsouie.beer, /biscuits and cheese,  and- ,j ust/ /then a/voice /called 'oiit,/  ''Mary, -have you/ started toy/ wash  yet?,'.*; :/:Mar3i: .".Yes.|^/;:''What aire  you;douig;uo'w?''/vGh,: Lam just  filling, up; the .copper.!"::  lalils  /.Miieifl/:/  seems to be very appropriate. The  pupils show nature work, illustrated  by pencil sketches of'local animals.  Atliu alsu has a school exhibit,  headed with a painting called "The  Certificates  of improvements.  Wedge   Fraction    R/Hneral   Claim.  Situate in the Atlin Mining-Division iof Atlin  .; District. 'Where   loeiitod:    Pine   Creole  valley,   betv,-ccn   tho Yellow Jacket and  :.;./ War lia-le. ^':/;;'-"/:^/::::.;; :;//:-;    :  rnA'KK; Not ice*, that: I, ,J. M. ltufljier, Free  ~": iMinor's' Gertiiieate No. 1.5 35903, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  tlio.Miuiiiir Keeorder for a Cei'tilieate of Iih-  provemonts,: for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further fake notice that netioii, iinder  section 37,"must"be commenced before the  issuance of siich ...Certificates' of Improve-  rnents.   '������.''  Dated this 2Gthday of October, A'. D. 1005.  d23' ..." J. M.mjFlJ'NlvR;  /  .....   ���.._ _  _ ................... ^S|PJ#K:j@jlPllS|;  S;:/:j^/'-��:-S  0-:SKiS;^;S^  Brahelies"of:'the:"BanIc"at":1ueattte,///{/:7"  '//V://-''/;//-/'//�����:/" :/"':7'��� v:;-''//-���;/;/:"':'���///  y-^//-/-/;;.';/''^";'':'/'..-^/';/:.;���'������;/,:;,:''������/:// Vv,^'/'::/'"/'���' :/',:."-*::://-:/ .L/;/': y.Pbi?t!and,;;;';'^,//./// ��/:./-::'  .'..;������������:������. :::::v;;;:';:;;.:.--::;;-.:;/;.::,.;-:-���;������,.:���;,..' '��� ; ���<.-,-:;/, ;,v.:-y:,^;-.':.v,.;:-;:.���-.������   ,:'������-.;;',.;      Skag-way, etc*  ?~"IL--.';v'; '���:}'.':- :^3spSs^s^a}';sngeS^ss;^FS:Pios��3tsay';��� :;",;/;/.::;):/::;���";,',:::';'';-;;;::  wril-rK  ���:'fe ;  . ���������J-:.!;!:--;--::*.',!  Gold "Dust/PuKCi-iASKD-  rAssAY' O^inciiv.iis^yGoNNJiciTxoN;'--"'/-''-  "///I/,/.///;/://Z///:/-D.: ROSS,[ivfauager/  Certificates of \mprpyemerits.  Cub' Fraction -Mineral   Ciairh.  Astor   Mineral   Claim.  Situate in the Atlin .Milling Division of Atliu  District. Where located: Pine Creek  valley, adjoining the Yellow Jacket.  rpAKIS -Kotico that T, J. JI. Utilfiioi-,' irree  Jliuer'a CertiJicate No. HKOOll, intend,  sixty days from tho tlutb hereof, to apply to  the Mining ilccorder fur a Cei'tilieate of Im-  provcmeiits, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And l'u ft her take not ice that action, under  section !!7, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certilleiite of Improvo-  meiits.    '..������.������'���  Dated this 2(51 Ii day of October, A. D. JflOii.  ���121! ���.'I.M.l'lUKJ-'MiU.  Boar  Paw   Mineral  Claim.  Situate iu tiie Atlin .Mining Division of Atliu  District. Whore located: In the I'ino  Creek valley, adjoining the llock of Ages.  rpAItU Notice that T, .1. AI. Ilull'uer, Free  " ' Miner's Certificate No. 1! XiOOIi, intend,  sixty days from t he'dato horeof, to apply to  the Mining Kccorder for a Cei'tilieate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim. -  And I'm ther take notice that action, under  section !17, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certilleiite of Improvements.  Dated (lilsiHth day ol" October, A. D.JIWr..  d2"l .I.M.Kl.Ili'l-'NUK.  Situate in the Atlin Mining Division of Atlin  "District.   : Where   located:' "-.;��� Pi.i'i'c   Creek  .'valley,  between  the Koek, of Ages, and  ;.������'.��� Beui-.Paw..'���'���'.���''.'.'���,;������.*,"';.';'���  rpAKE'Notice that I, J".-:li..Riill'nqi-,! .Free  \ . " Miner's Certilicato No! I!'!iii903, dntend,  sixty days from tlie date hereof, to apply to'  the Mining Hecorder for a Gertiiieate.oE.'Iih-'.  iirovemcuts, for thc'iiurposc of obtaining a.  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  sect ion.37, must.;be...commenced- .before '-.tho.  issuance of such Certilicato* 61" rniprovc-  nients. ;  Dated this 2Cthclay of October,' A. D. 100H.  d23. ;.:':/ "       /.f.M. liUJ-FNKR.  Send us: ymm:M f tiiitlM  ���..;;-Ke::' ;-;  KAW,W A Y  &  FKOM :;COPPER'"XIIVER" TO"���  telkwa::Riyj-R.;;:':;.  Notici:.ov, Ai'pocAtioN;]-oii ax:Act.  Sultan   Mineral   Claim.  TA  Situate in the Atliu Mining Division of Atliu  District. Where located: Pino Creek  valley, about Stephcndyke. ,  :  AKE Notice: that l, .1. IV lii-cczo, Free  Miner's Gertiiieate No. II 33DC0,-.hitciul;  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a Gertiiieate of Improvements:, for the purpose of obtaining a  Grown Grant of the above claim*  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must bo commenced before tho  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 20th day of October, A. 1). MOD.  ,123  , " J.i'.-BKEK/jK.  Maybe   Mineral   Claim.  Situate. in.tlu'.A t-lin Mining .Division of A tlin  i'istriet. Where iocatcd: Pino (Jreek  valley, neighborhood of mouth Gold Run.  rpAKB Notice that I, .r. F. lireeze, i'ree  -*" Miner's Gertiiieate No. P. 3**000, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a Gertiiieate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  Aiid further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced'before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements. '  Dated this 20th day of October, A. 1). Jflfiti.  ,123 .I.IMiRI-'l-'ZK.  -j^OTICE IS HlvREHY'.GIVEN Thatap-/  -L.^.. ; plicntioiijWiU bp made "to - the T.egis-  Iiitive; Asseinbly of the "Province or British  Columbia, at its next session, for an Act to  incorporate a Company with power to construct, eciuip, inaintiun andoperate aline or  lines of railway.of standard of other 'yitiigc',:  with any kind bi"motive power, for the con-  voyance of passengers and freigiif, from  somepoint at or licur the mouth of Copper  River, cm the Skeeua River, Coast District,  in the'Province of: liritish Golumbia, by.tho .  most feasible route to a point at ovjiear the  mouth of Telkwa River, Von 'the 1'iilkle.v  River, Coast District, iii the Province of  Uritish Columbia; and with power to construct, operate and maintain all necessary  bridges, roads, ways and ferries, and to  build, aeeuire, own and maintain wharves  and docks in connection therewith, and to  build, ncuuire, own, eiiuiji and maintain  steam iiuii other vessels and boats, and to  operate the same oil any navignblo waters;  and;with power to build, euuip, operate and  maintain telegraph and telephone lines iu  connection with the said railway and  branches, and to transmit messages for commercial purposes and to charge tolls therefor, and to generate electricity for the supply of light, heat and power; and with power  to expropriate lands for the purposes of tho  Company, and to ac.-tuire lauds, money  bonuses, privilege-; or other aids from any  Government, municipal corporation, or  other persons; or bodies, and.to levy and col-,  lect tolls from all persons using, anil on all  freight passing over, any of such roads,  railways, ferries, wharves and vessels built  by the Company: and with power to cynnect  with and make trnllic or otlierai'rangcineiit.s  with railway," steamboat or other companies; and to exercise such powers as are  granted by Parts IV [���!] and V [.II of tho  Water Clauses Consolidation Act: and for  all other necessary or incidental rights, ,  power-* and privileges iu that behalf.  Dated this Ith day of October, A. D. UW5.  BOUWIiJ'/I'. ..t LAWfsON,-''  d2 Soii<'ii*oi's i'or the A i'|��iii i t isfc ,ATLIN,    13.   C,    SATURDAY,'   ^OYKMHTvR    ti,    1905.  Lccal Events.  THE CAT  V-Parkei\s   Fountains   Fens,   all  size;; and prices at C.R. Bourne's.'���'  The latesti magazines and papers  g,i'e.always on hand at J.JiLlma,n\s.  ��Jc Donald's   Grocery    makes  a  Speciait}' of fresh eggs and butter.  I sell the best Eocene coal oil  in  .Atliu and Discovery.���J. T. Regan.  Flags were flying in town Thursday in honor of King Jul ward s C7H1  birthday.  The mayor - of Surprise could be  heard around Atlin during the last  .few c-lays.  Ms. K. Jlidd" has been appointed  caretaker of the local rink for the  coining winter.  New line of Ceo. Wostcnbolm's  X X L pocket knives at Regan's.  Twenty-seven above zero was the  lowest recorded at the local weather  bureau during the past week.  Dont forget the public meeting on  Tuesday evening at the court house.  .Business���Fire chief and fire protection.  G. T. Rant and Capt. Alexander,  who have, been talcing cut limber  near Surprise lake, finished thqir  contract this week.  ''i?he  friends of L. A. Gi'naca will  ���l>e  pleased  to  hear of his recovery  and  .that he  was  well-enough   to  Ipave Skagway on Nov. 4th.  Messrs. R. J3. Dixon and L.  Schulz have purchased the Ivoyal  hotel and are at present having the  ���premises made snug for the winter.  The Atliu bunch which, left here  on the "last" boat, arrived in Skag-  jvay with a crash, so our correspondent says, and there was something  doing. They got away on the  -Amur, on Saturday last*.  Mining; Notes.  IVIessrs. Cox & Co. and Ncidhart  & Co., of Spruce creek, have about  completed their above-ground work  for winter operations and will be  sluicing in a few days.  Notice has been, given that the  B. A.'13. Co., Ud., will on the 16th  i'usl. make application to change the  points of diversion of water records  Nos. 33 and 102 to Surprise lake.  The gold commissioner held court  last week and cancelled water rights  Nos. 90 and 91, in the name of the  Pine -Creek Flume Co., from Surprise lake, and granted to the Pine  Creek 'PowerCo., : Did.; Aa water  right for 5,000 inches of water to be  conserved at Surprise lake.  The Pine Cre-sk Power Co., Ltd.,  which commenced'' piping/on .May*  3rd,, closed down for the season on  the Sth inst., having had a very  long and successful season. Work  would have been continued longer  ���in fact,, till the free/,e-up-���had the  sluices been situated to make sluicing profitable.. Owing to the lateness of'the season and the amount  of rock work necessary to bring the  sluices within workable distance of  the face,,it v/as decided to abandon  piping until' spring.  Fire Department,.  MaciAmay's    Story  Verified--Fight  to a Finish With a Savage  A\ii\nal..  Last week wo p,iiu'.cd a,u account  given   by G. A. MacAulay   of his  fight   with  a wolverine, a^id we are  much pleased to be able to publish a  verification   of the story and record  the death of the beast.  On   Thursday  Bill  O'Nc-ill.  Mr.  Rnflne* and  Dr. Young, accompanied   by a   dog, .-made  a  trip to O'Neill's quart/,  mine   near  Volcanic  creek.    About  harf way' the  dog,  which had been Imnting rabbiiis, set.  up a howl and landed in the middle  of   the   trail   with  blood streaming  down  hi.s   face.    An    investigation  was   immediately made  and a large  lynx was seen about fifty feet away.  Mr. Rufiner  endeavored  to get his  levolver out but it  stuck  and   the  language   used   by that gentleman  would   have   made-    a    Cincinnati  steamboat  mate  green   with envy.  The  doctor slid off his horse to get  a club.    Bill. O'Neill got off his. gee-  gee and-,.get-ling behind a stump,, remarked-,   "'It's all yours'1, bo3'S.    I  ain't lost no cat."    The action   began by an attack from the dog sker-  mishc-r,   while   the cavalry, headed  by Dr. Young armed  with   a   club,  made   a   flank movement to dirvet  the  attention  of the enemy whilst  the  artillery,   commanded   by   Mr.  RiifTner, were unlimberiug.     Meanwhile O' Neill's sappers were digging  a trench in which to  bury the   cat.  The ar.till.ery Gjial.lv got into, action  but   weiie*  unable  to get the-range  .'and, while the effect of the fire  was  annoying   to   the enemy, it was not  proving as desired and   the   signal  for   a   general   advance  was given.  This was gallantly responded   to. h}-  the dbg and was greatly encouraged  by 33111 O'Neill's cheers and remarks  of    "Yousc   are  doin'   fine,   boys!  Keep it up."'    The artillery eventually got the range and succeeded in  wounding   the   enemy.    A second  wound, followed  by a crack on the  head   from  the cavalry club which  had  got  to close quarters,, finished  the fight���and the*cat, which measured   four   feet,  was triumphantly  'strapped,   to   the  saddle  bo.w   and  'borne home.  It is undoubtedly the same animal  which attacked Mr.. MacAulay as  the marks inflicted by that gentleman in"���; his fight- a few days ago  were plainly visible, two inches past  the end ol its tail, where he struck  it twice in the same place.  Stables & Dumsden carry a stock  of good groceries.  Why use inferior gasoline when  you can get 76 and S6 per cent, at  Regains.    Atliu and Discovery.  Correspondence is made a pleasure  by using the new stock of fine writing paper.and envelopes at J3oiirne's.  livery mini mvi's it,toliiiiiscll-aiid liis family  to muster it I rudoiir profession. Ki.-ud tliedis-  plity iidvix'lisonir-iil of ilie six Mnrso .Schools  of. TpIii-jTiuih.v, in this issue and leurn how  easily a y<>iiii<* mini or lady niay loatu tclo-  trniiili.v and 1)0 assured a position.  ur  .Delivered to any part of the district.  ��� Goods Fresh and Clean. l-'riccs Right.  Oun  Motto���One price and fair treatment to al  e  The   ir&BB   Store.  ATLIN, B. cv->  SreTCfs   of Lager  ISeer  ssft-d Porter  SMALT* AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY EILLED-  "HE  9-.8&*&&-.Q  '.&-.P.P-. 9tP&Pi8>.S> r:fc*-.��W5-.  ' KOOTE.NA-Y HOTEL  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  THK  D.INING.ROOM  IS CONDUCTED   QN  STRICTLY FIRST-  CLASS   PRINCIPLES.  EMXON    &   SCHULZ,    Proprietors.  Corner Pearl and First Styeets, Atlin, B. C.  FIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT   IN    CONNECTION,  CHOICEST tYINLS, LIQUOKS AM) CIGAIIS CASt GOODS A SPtCIAUV.  W-V^>-V>A--VWV-V*>^^ 0-**A��*A--*WVVVWy-*"\^  1$  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  .THE CLAIM OFFICE,  -j�� =J* j�� -J> J& !$��� <$��� J- <&  WV-****-VVVSA--*-^^  LIQUOR   LICENCE  ACT.  Applioa.tio.n fo.r Transfer of Lic.errc^  A public meeting i.s called by the  .'���ire committee for Tuesday, the 14th  inst., at S p.m. in the Government  .building. The -object of the meeting being the election of fire chief,  for the ensuing year and, re-organiz- 'l^un^f;? "i"1,,*' A\'- J1*����'��'J..��f  -..,,     ,, , ...        ,.  .       ,      ,n      '      1. Atlin, Ii. G.. sliull  iipiily  to  t lie   lloaril  nig the subscription list ol the de- Lr, i,i,,..������. �����111���1irtlil(llc�� ,,i.-ti,0ir next,  partinenl. It is urgent that all ������"-<-���������������-.' f������� "'.�� <ram-i'er oi" tlie i\o%��\  householders, whether business ���'f'ie"<!e' ""' !l"''1'1 i>!i w'* ������-���*'���--������ Jntox.i.cut--.  men ar otherwise, should attend.       '���'"'"' r,i",">rri in "!" 'i"*ci.iL-s.;s kmm-u. as. t.i.e.  <&���  j.KooI.enil.V  Itllf  11:.  Hotel,  situate on   l-'ii-st Street, in  1'osviisili-  ol" Atlin,  U. (J.,  tf> K. IJomscHI,  Powder and Gelignite���60 and 7^ !,<->-' '-din, n. t\  -always.ca. baud. at. I-v.<**n,*-c " I'. .*���"������-������- '���."''"���'������i. .ii.yor.N'ovo.i.i.fi-.iiMj:,.  A   Large   Shipment'  Of   NEW   GOODSJ  000  Lowesc  Price  Kerajrs..  A... U. .M.i.:i.t.o:>,\.LU.   t  ll  ^1  - '���I  <M  \t*l  {  vj  < ,1;'kI  1  snanavranRnmenm


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