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 ATLII  y.y-y ^Y  7'  1 ���-     Is  'STOBl^TsT  NQV1619G5     <*  VOL. 13.  ATLIN,  B.  c*  C.  SATURDAY,    NOVKMBKR    4,   1905.  3��f  TELEGRAPHIC.  /  i-/  RUSSIA GETS FREEDOM  Czar Nicholas Will Now' Be  a Figurehead Only.  WITTE   WILL   LEAD GOVERNMENT.  The People Hare Become Delirious  With Their New Ftran-d Power  and Liberty���Odessa Christens  Freedom With Bloodsheds-  Death an Disorder at Warsaw.  [.srucrAi, to tub cr.Aiir.]  St. Petersburg, Oct. 31.���Last  night the authority of the Romanoff's  and the old order of things ceased  to -exist in Russia. .        - -     ���     ���  Emperor Nicholas has surrendered  and Count Witte comes into power  as minister ,and president" with an  Imperial mandate, which will permit him to-convert tfee farcical-like 1  national assembly into a real legislative body elected by greater extended suffrage and to confer upon  the. people fundamental civil liberty,  including free speech.  The welcome ,'tidings reached St.  Petersburg this morning that Count  Witte had spent the whole of Mon-  ���day'witli ' lEmperor' Nicholas at  Peterhoff going over the final draft  of the manifest which includes the  freedom ��rf speech, the Tight 'Of assembly and the immunity of the  prison, the latter including the right  of habeas corpus: ;  A late' Moscow despatch states  that never at any previous perioid  have -condttions Iu that city "been so  serious as at present. The strikers  have seized tiie prrblic water com-  .duits between Moscow and Mytis-  piclii and large areas of the country  are wholly without water. The  strikers have- also seized the post  and telegraph' offices and are preventing the dispatch of all mail and  telegrams. The police are wholly  unable to cope with the situation  and the strikers have long since lost  all regard for law and order.  A  EI,EET  MUTINIES.  Odessa, Oct. 31.���There are persistent TLinnoTS afloat In this city to'  the effect that the crews of the  Black Sea fleet mutinied while on  the coast of Asia Minor and killed  Admirals .Birileff 4 and Choutanin  and then sailed back to Sevastopol  after hoisting the revolutionary flag.  Odessa, Oct. 31.��� Sunday last  was a day of strife and bloodshed in  this city. It is utterly impossible to  approximate the number/of persons  killed, for as soon as .the fighting  ceased the��fea<d andl wounded were  hurriedly removed from the streets  and public places by the troops and  hidden away. The wildest excitement still prevails and a notable  feature of the demonstrations ds the  large number of troopers of -all  regiments who are to be seen marching around with the, people.   .  St. Petersburg, "Nov." i.���The  people of this,city.aud,. surrounding  1 districts'have almost-gone mad in  celebrating their recently obtained  liberty, and the many .scenes which  are being enacted were never before  witnessed in Russia. The tremendous crowds which continuously  throng the principle thoroughfares  are totally unites I rained by word,, or  deed. Men and women on bended  knees in the streets render thanks  and thronged at corners 'orators  harangue the ever surging populace.  Count Witte today summoned a  conference of all the" editors of the  city's newspapers and asked theirj  oo-operation'iu an endeavor to..restore normal conditions. The editors expressed unanimousconfidencej  in M. Witte as premier and iprom-|  ised him their' unstinted aid but  they declared tihat they could uoti  publish their several papers until  the consent of the strike committee  had been obtained.  ������Baiti-Hsore, Md., -N��-v. j.���Thei  British cruiser squadrondii-cominand  of Prince Louis of Battenberg arrived at Annapolis today. They  were met and welcomed by Admiral  Robley Evans with .a United.States  battleship squadron, .  Odessa, Nov. 1.���The,mad rioters  in this city broke loose again yesterday' and * much- fighting : and'  bloodshed -resulted. 5?uPry too per-,  sons were .fciiled and scares -of others  injured. The police and soldiery..  are absolutely una'ble to quell' thei  disturbances. The foreign -consulates are guarded by strong cordons  of troops. The people-have become  panic stricken.  Warsaw, Nov. i.:���Disorders stifll-  continue in this city and street conflicts' between the police and 'rioters,  .are >af frequent occurrence. The  authorities are charged wifh mis-'  -construing and ignoring the true  meaning of the. recently issued im-  -perial 12/KUiifestcx ���  Stockholm, Nov. 2.���The otd  union  flag of Norway and Sweden  has been struck throughout the  country and a newly <designed  Swedish ensign has been hoisted.  St.  Petersburg,   Nov. 2.���It has  been semi-officially aiiimouiaced  that  the  emperor will proclaim -amnesty  for all political offenders tomorrow.  Odessa,   Nov. .2.���.Street .fighting  was continued -all day Wednesday  and   37   people were .killed arid-Si  ���others    severely   wonivdcd.      The'  rioting   was continued 'today with  increased ferocity and over 100 persons have been killed and thousaads  injured.    The, streets haveAbecame  a shambles and the 'ou-tlaok is most  appalling.  ���; .Warsaw,   Nov..  a..���Inr a conflict  between'-'the- poflioeamd demonstrators wi .this city last a^ght 20 persons ware (killed audi iailliy 100 were  wounded. r  . Vanoowver, Nov. 2.������The British  Columbia Wire ���&��� Nail factory in  this city was destroyed by fete' yesterday. The loss, 'wfiaaoh as said'to  be  almost entirely cwered  by in  surance, amounts to $100,000. The  company will re-build immediately.  ���Victoria, Nov. 2:���A wire .lias  been received in this city from John  Houston, who is at Goldficlds,'  Nevada, stating tliat he will be on  hand, at-the next session of thej  British Columbia legislature. Johir  also states that it is uot his inten  tion to resign.  ���/$ -GENERAL -NEWS.  Sir Thomas Liptoti has announced!  iu Loudon that he will again chal-i  lenge for the America cu,p iu 1907.  A Tokio report say's that on Oct.;  24'th the mikado reviewed a great'  naval parade of-308 vessels and the  popular enthusiasm surpassed that  of all the'events of-the war. \  The exact figures of the comptroller at Dawson shews '. that the!  Yukon's gold output'for the season  jmstiolosed was $7,758,9041/80, reckoning.gold at $r6 per ounce.  The international waterway com-  missicm held-a meeting-a Buffalo,  N. Y., on Oct. 27th,for the purpose  of devising ways and means to stop  poaching on the great lakes. -  ' A Stockholm despatch says that  the Karlstad treaty with .Norway;  was signed on Oct. -2.7th and the  authorities of Sweden formally recognised Norway us-aw -iLK-lepcude-.'ii.j  nation. ,'    ��� .  The Railroad hotel at Hot  Springs, Ark., was. burned ou the  morning >of Oct. 2,7th and six'of the  guests were cremated. Among the  dead was H. Roberts, a railroad  man of Tacoma. ���  Charles Bassett, who was recently  sentenced to eight years imprisonment for robbery at Albany, N. Y.-,,  has been pardoned by Governor  Higgins to permit of his being tried  -en the caore serious charge of  murder.  Statistics -show that during the  twelve months ending June 30th,  last, 88.6 persons were "killed ancl  13,783 were injured on the railroads  of tiie United States. There were  1,213 collisions aud 1,53s derailments. The total property damage  was $2,401,"671.  ' The news comes from Dawson'  that Bred Menier, a pioneer who'  had been in the Yukon since 1SS7,  committed suicide on Oct. 23rd by  shooting himself with a revolver,  while at No. 5 below on Bonanza.  Menier had become .melancholy over  money matters and had been drinking heavily.  A Winnipeg despatch states that  a tract of 40,000 acres of land lyingi  north of Melford; Saskatchewan,  has been purchased by Mennouites  from southern Manitoba, whose'  purpose it is to form a Mennonite  colony thece. The land is especially adapted to the growth of wheat,  being the best in the northwest.  Kate Kennedy's roadhoiise, the  "Hillside," oh Lower Hunker',  Yukon, in which -was included the  post office, was ; burned to the  ground on the night of Oct. 24th.  There, were iriauy riarrow escapes  ���but 110 -one -was injured. The lire  was'caused by an overheat-eel stove  in the bunk room. The loss was  about $10,000. .  Conrad's Windy Arm  Mines  Examined by Mr. Robertson, Provincial Mineralogist, Whii  Says Thoy are Best Yet Seen..  Dr. I-L E. Young, M. P. P., arrived from" Conrad C1I3' this.monv-,-...  ing and is very enthusiastic iu his  account of the proposition. Th?  Hon. Mr. McBride wired Dr. Young  that Mr. Fleet Robertson, the British Columbia Provincial Mineralogist, was coming up with "[he ' idea  of leporting ancl looking inloflie  situation in general. Dr. Young'  immediately made arrangements to  meet "Mr. Robertson upon arrival ai  Cariboo. Mr. Conrad made" arrangements whereby every facility  was given to Mr. Robertson to examine the various properties:  Conrad   City,   on   the  shore 'of  Windy Arm, is the terminus of the  aerial tram whici?' ht._    d'eiv built to  the Montana claim.    The tram will,  be  completed   in  a few days, when ,  tiie work will* ".progress'much" moie  quickly than' at present.    The mine  lies   at   an   elevation of 3,500 feet-  above the Arm and.3;8oo!feet.above  the sea.    A winding /trail six miles  long has 'been built.    The train :is  four  and "three-quarter miles long.  /2-'%toue hpiise.rraofeetjoug.has been,..--'  built at the mine.'   ;    '  On the Montana claim va drift hits  been run on the" strike for 250 feet  with "a stope about 50 feet above the  level. This passes through one  fault but has been found on the  other side. The next claim, the  Mount Hero, has been opened  through a mass of slide and float.  A drift So feel long was driven "to  the solid matter and then an upraise  run until'the vein was struck. The  distance between the two drifts is  1,850 feet, which argues an ore  shoot of that length. The vein  averages 36 inches.  Mr.'Robertson has the reputation  of being very conservative in his  opinions on mining propositions  but in this case lie -remarked that it  was the best vein he had seen during t-he time he has .held office, some  seven years. Such a statement,  coming from a-gentleman "who hae  examined .nearly all the propositions  in the-north, was most encouraging.  The adjoining properties were  gone over and the next day the trip  was extended over the B. C. line.  The doctor cannot, of course, give  in detail Ihe report which Mr.  Robertson will make officially .but  he.feels that he is not betraying .Mr-  Robertson's confidence .when he  says that he knows -.the report ,\viE.  be most favorable.; ,  ���:���' A great many-locations have been,  made and with the advent of the  branch line, which the White Pass  railroad have -surveyed, and the.  erection of the smelter a great impetus will be given t�� ��nr northern,  country.  1 With regard to the-smelter. Dr.  Young says that he has Mr. Con-,  .'r'ad's permission to make the statement positive thai the smeller .w-iJil  go up si ��rice. 0  ATLIN,   E.   C,    SATURDAY,    NOVEMBER  The Atlin Claim.  'jHIE.ATL1N CLAIAl le i*ui��:js>ise�� cvan> Saturday  MOnNJ-AUSh     M-AlfcCD    FllCH    "!��������   AT**    PAB-TOFTHC  4/OTILD>  POHi   OO     CENTS      PCn    WCNTMi-.    tl.TS     PCrt  >rnn-    A.ovcMTt.'SiiNn.nATCS r *ko��/i*itk iNiw-uAtH  IINSCATIOU;   tU^MtK"   NOTUICw 2�� CK**TS  A  LINC.  ���KPrCIAL   RATITW   Ol*   APM.I (CATION.  "Last" Boat Passengers.  JOtS P4HH71tt(i :  IpLL-hcaos.. mstf.rs. v*sj.-r>r*G c.*no*i  &3T17tCn*-HIf>OS, Pn-OCJTAMMi:s(       ETC,  ETC.  OftC-CRS    PflOMJ��TILY   CH.CCI&TED..  (ft I CCS   MiODCRA.-|tT.  T/HiK  AOJLIN  C^ATM   F^JWbllSH-lNG  CO.^-f/TD.  POMjAUI).      GUANT,       rcm-TOH-M-INAfilSH.  RUSSIA.  The news e-F tlh* recent changes  Sn, the political- policy of Russia was  a, great shock, but it vras received  with joy l>y tihe whole civilized  world. All feld that tihe change  must come,, butt sio one dreamed  that it would materialize- so sud-  clemly.  JBy the g?anthig ef these greater  liberties to his subjects the Czar is  placing them in piratically the position, obtained) .by-suir fosefatkesrs at  Runnymeds-i. They' have a feng  ancl hard: jouanoey befoiie tbeiua, "with  bloodsheci'li and. insurrections, befsre  ��� they reach the level of the freedom  of our own people.  At fksfc blusla the dispatches- indicated that- a republic was contemplated r bait we- are pleased such is  not the ease. - Russia is not in a  condition for suck, & sweeping  ffihofluge-. The people have to be  (Educated!! to aliened/ eowclfltsEiis and  institutions* At first the-y will nun  to- extremes, as- ait the present time.  The liberties so far obtained have  '. intoxicated and so cairriedi aw.uy'the  people that they are mad with the  sense of power ancl freedom. They  tmtn on each otihen ancl kno-w no  restraint.  The conditions-, however,, will  change and out of her great sorrow  and trial New Russia will be born,  bo be a power and strength iu the  ���world..  The following is a list of those  who left per the Scotia on Tuesday  on the last'trip of the season: ' E.  Hawkins, G.D. Reid, W.T. Bragg,  J. Lipscombe, A. S. Cross, S.Cain,  TV Urquart, G. Kent, J. P.. Adam,  T. W. Sageman, J. V. Gibson, Theo.  Sweet, W.'Ross, J.'l-I. Vox, 0. 31.  Comrie, T. C. Wasson, A. H.Alexander, D. Gray, O. T. Switstcr, W.  IE. Haddon, F. H. Brackett, W. Ii.  Hale, Violet de Vere, T. C. Cox, T.  Kirkland* Mr. Hockelt, PL B. Ber-  ,doe, R. D. Eetherstonhaugh, Angus  White, E. S. Wilkinson, W. S. and  Mrs. Taylor, J. H. Black, Ruth'  McLain, Mrs. E. R. Bennett'and  daughter, Mrs. Eay, J.J. McLaren,  E. Wenkler, Mrs. W. and   Miss M.  F. Queen, Win. and R. W. Queen,  Mrs. and Miss Peters, G'. Brunich,  W. J. Kyle, T.' Murray, Judge  Young and E. S. Busby.  Certificates  of Improvements.  Useful m  AVlIY  SKNI)  OUT Wlir.S   YOU CAN  OET CSOODS  AS CHEAT 11H1IK.  Atlin, Nugget and Grape Rings'ami nil kiml*, of Jewelry inami  faetured on the premise*:.  Fine Now Stock or Watches,- Clocks, Jewelry nml Diamonds  Watches from ?">.0() up. .\itcnts for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China. Souvenir Spoons.  JULES EGGERT & SON,  AT1.1N   AND   Pl.SCOVKUY,  Safety  Deposit Vaults.  Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewelrs.  They   arc   Waiting   for   You!  IN  Bargains  CLOTHING,   Hats and Dry Goods,  FULL  Carpets and House Furnishings.  LINE    OI-    BOOTS    and    SHOES,  also    GOLD  AND  SEAL    HIP  GUM    HOOTS.  rr\A  Wedge  Fraction   Mineral   Claim.  Situate in the Atlin Mining Division of Atliu  District. Where lucuicd: Pine Creek  >aHe>\ between th* VelUwv Jacket uud  War liujrfc.  AK15 Notice that I, J..M. ltull'ner, Firee  Aliucv's Cevtiiieate No. R li'iflOH, intend,  sixty days Si-uni the date hereof, to apply to  |She Mining Recorder for a Ccrtilicate of lni-  ],ro\ioiui'nts, for the p'urpose ot obtaining a  (Ji-o.wn Gvnnt of the above claim.  And iuirtlie* tajse-iactice that action, uuder  [section 37. muife live- ��<>uuiaev��ecl before- the  i.ssiianco o.C such Certificates! o! Improvements. , .  Dated this 3r*l*.itay oJ October, A. D.l!l().">.  (123 ' J.M. RUFlWliK. :  Aator   Mineral   Claim.  Situate hi tUe-Atliiu MVuinp: IHnisiwi *��? Atliii  i>kAi:lc8. -Wlmlre Iloccueil; riue Creek  isalley, acljjoiiiing tbc Yellow Jacket.  rpAKli Notice thut f, J. .M-liu-Sl'iier, Fveo  -^ Miner's) Certificate No. B 3.1903, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to.  the .Mining Recorder for a Ccrtilicate uC lui-  provciuents, for tho puspefie *>.5 obtaining a  Crown Ginint of the abone elaiiu.  And furthpr take notice that action.under-  section 37��� must, be commenced before the  issuance of s<&eh Cevtiiieate tit liupvwve-  J meats.  Dated thw-Mtli day- of October. A.D.1S05.  ,123 J.M.RUFFNIiR.  ti. E. Brown & Co.,  Atlin and  Discovery, B. C.  -Successors to J. H- Richardson.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  26, dhc:  Fk��. .ii,  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  S. S. AMUR departs from Skagway: .-. Nov. 4,   15.  - do'        -   '.     do do     ,        . Jan. '11/26;  . Sailing from Skagway 8 p.m.  Direct  to Vancouver  and Victoria.  ���Transporting by rail or steamer to Seattle without extra charge.    ���  Wo srivc niiiek service;     No intermediate calls. . TT      "D .    T^)l1 n TI  l?or rntes or information apply to      JLL.    -D.    JL'LLlllI,  A Kent, Skuji  II,.  26.    .  26.  Maybe   Mineral   Claim..  Situate in the Atlin Mining Division of Atliii  ��� I>istrict.     Where   located:    Tine   Creelt  valley,neij?liliorliood of mouth Gold Kun.  rpAKli Notice that T, J. F.  Rreezo,' Free  -1-' Minor's Certificate No. IJ a,">906, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Miuinpr Kccovder for n'Certificiite of I111-  provements, for the purpose of olitaiuiiiK a  Crown Grant of the above eluiin.  , Ami further take.notice that nutio'u. under  section 37, must bo eonimeuced before the  issuance of such Ccrtilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 26th day of October, A. D. l'J0r>.  rt^S .7. F. IlKIiUZE.  Atliiito  Lodge  A. F. &. A.M.  Kesjular eoinmiinica-  tionsheld on the lirst  Thursday of each mouth  in the A. O. U..W. Hall,  Third Street.  Visitiii": brethren cordially invited.  Estate of J. E. Jongdall,  .. Deceased.  Tea* MAII,. SERVICK.  The winter mail service lias now  eoiuiueiicecli and we have received  and sent out ����r first maiL  Tiie mail contractor has uianj'  elSirEcultics to> overcome and bajd-  ships ta bear duikig. the '-'freeze-up"  in easily winitea and tine "thaw"'in  late spning, all of which difficulties  are- tlioEoughLy appreciated by our  citizens and, we trust,, clue allowance made thenefor.  The- carcying &f ths- ciaiL is a  aiatten o�� lxisiness and it is- safe to  assume-tkaL the-contractor is- satis-  lied, wklm the price, as the contract  i.s* not couipulsojiy. All we ask is  that tihe- contract be- carried out,  that an efficient wit-fit be, employed  ancl our mail be carried in and out  with the-same expedition- as ordin-  ar\ fi-eight by dog team. In asking  this we do. not goi beyoiidi what is  due us-..  . It. is- to be.hi��p��di thai; (ihe con-tirac-  boc willl s��i pet-focin bis-services that  wo-- will in the spring be able to  Ibokiliocl*: and congratulate bkn ��<i  bke eflicieut service he has given us.  He- can do this, and we feel that  Jtoe \szUL.  Bear   Paw   Mineral Claim.  IST'  OTfCK Is hereby given that I have this  Situate in tlu* Atlin Miuin-r Division ot Atliii  District. Whei/e located*; Xn the Pine  Cveek ynlley>axlj'oiiiiiiif; the Reek of Ages.  rpAlili Ndvtice- tlia-t f, J.M.Biilt'neav Face  -1- MiusvN. GcL'tilioute No.. B :!fi903, SntiMKl,  si.*it? dajs-fiaoai the date bereoi, t��apply to  the Jliuiiiifj Reccadeif fui' a. CertiKcaste of I111-  pro-vicmoiits^ for the purpose of obtaining!!  Cro.wn Gciuit of the a Wve claim.  And further take notice that action, under  iscctiou 'ilY miisi be comulciicciI before the  issuance oi suda C��*rtiilicK<je oi Im.yro.ve-  nieuts.  Dated thai 2liHi ilay ��S Octolkcr. A.P.TS05.  d2:t J.M.KUFFNEli.  .ludjre Yoniifr as Administrator of the estate  of J. li. Jou^dall, deceased.  All persons having claims against the es-  jtatc ofnbote unmetl deceased are required  !to iile stime with the uiulersigiied. duly veri-  lied, on or before the illst day of January,  190(1. after which date I will distribute the  assets of said deceased, having reffnrd only  itosuch claims as shall have been duIyJKled.  All persons indebted  to  the estate of said  deceased are required to  pay same   to' the  undersigned on or before 31st January, lDOIi.  Dated at Atlin, U.C.. September 12tli,1903.  XV. POLLARD GRANT,  1*25 Oiiiciul Administrator.  Cub   Fraction   Mineral   Claim.  ISitiiatc in the Atliu .Mining Division u& Atliu  Dit-trict. Where located'. Pine Creek  valley, between the Unek 4>C Ages, nml  Hcub Ptnv.  rpAKE Notice that r�� .1. M. Ituiruetv Free  .Miner's CertLlicate No. II :i."il)0'i, intend,  sixty days from the date lierooG, to itpplot to  the Mining Kccovder ioiriw CcvtrUcatiruf [111-  Iiroveinenti*,.for the purpose of twlituiiiliig a  Crown Liuiuit <oi She aboxe claiin.  And Hiiirthcf titlec nn��>!c that actiuci, uiulcv  sectiAHi :1?P must live cuuinieiiced before the  isMiiuiu.'v oi suc-h CevtiUcute ��>fi -Iuxiivuva-  ineuts.  Da/joil thE*i.a;tl> day oB Oetolner, A. li>. JM.1*.  <12;l Jl.M.ItUFKN'EIt,  I   Have   Re-opened  The   Royal   Laundry   On the Waterfront.  Men's Suits Cleaned and Repaired.  All Work Guaranteed.  Goods Called for and Delivered.  Cash 011 Delivery.  Mrs.   M.   Fehn,    Proprietress.  HOTEL" VANCOUVER.  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED WITH  THE   BEST   OF   GOODS  Sam. ��� Johnstone,   Prop.  TELEGRAPHERS  NEEDED  Annually, to fill the new positions created by  Railroad aud Telegraph Conmanies. Wc want  Young: Men and Ladies of good habits, to  LEARN TELEGRAPHY  AND  R. R. ACCOUNTING  Sultan Mineral  Claim.  Wefiiruiihljpcvceut.of the Opcrntorsauil  Station Agents in America. Our six schools  are the largest exclusive Telegraph Schools  IN THE WOKLU. Jiatnblisbod 20 years and en-'  dovsncl by sill loading Railway Officials.  We execute n $250 ilonil to every student to  furnish him orheraposition payingfrom Sill  to *?S0 u month in States east of the Rocky  .Mountains, or From S13 to ��100 11 mouth in  States west of the Rockies, imDiediately upon  grndtiatioo. .....  Students can enter at any time. No vacations. For full particulars regarding any of  our Salioulu write direct tu our executive  Iofficent Cincinnati, O.   Catalogue free:   -  ,The Morse School of Telegraphy.  tie  DISCOVERY, B. C. '  A Strictly  First-Glass  Hotel.  Diniiig-Koom in connection.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and-Cigars  ED.  SANDS,  Proprietor.  Hampton   &   Durie,-'       Proprietors.  ISi'tiiuiie in the Atrin .Mining Divishwi uf Atlin  District.    Where  located:    Pino  Cveek  - valley-r nUwnt Stcpheudyke.  rpAK 15  Notice   that   I, j. F. Hiceae, Free  .Miner's Certificate N.o. B XiiKlO, intend,  s.i.*ify days 5rpm, the date hereof, to apply to  the .Mmiing Recorder fo-s-u Certificate of iim-  pL-ovenicnts, fo.r the purpose of obtaining a  CroiWn Gvant 4��f the above claim*  And fiutrthcr tako nevtice that, action, under  scctkui 'H-rjumY be connueuced beforo the-  isiKJiaii(!o   ot'sndi- Certificate.-of-':Improve**'  IHBIltS.  Dated tiii��2Kt.h day of Octo.ber, A. D. 1905.  Cincinnati, Utile-.  Atlanta, Ga.  Texarfcena���'.Tex.  Buffalo, K. Y.  laCrossc. Wis.  San francisco, C<il.  iii.  J. F. l^RE.E5iI������..  aloe Fainter, E  The Reliable Shoemaker,  ;-.-,-'; Disco Vicky, IJ.  Rubber Boots a Specialty.  Discovery.  OPJvN DAY AND NIGHT.  C.  VIKST-CtASS RESTAURANT  ���IN.       ���-���      -  CONNECTION    .  Heudiiuaitcrs for Dixon's state.  m '������fyt-r'  ���$  *  "\  ATLIN, ��� B.  C,   SATURDAY,    NOVEMBER   4,    1905  /  ATLIN   TRADING   COMPANY,  Ltd.,  Our Stores in' both   Towns are. now fully stocked  with   full,  lines in   Groceries   and  Dry' Goods.  A. T. Co., Ltd.  A. S. CROSS, President.  Attacked by a Wolverine.  ���A Discovery Man Put up a  Plucky  Fight and Escaped With a  Slight  Scratch.  Geo. A. MacA 11 \ay, of Discovery,  had   a   narrow  escape on Saturday  morning last from being badly torn  by a wolverine, which is sometimes  called  a  "Quick-Hatch"'or "Hudson's  Bay  Bear."    MacAulay was  engaged   at   the  lime  in  cruising  timber   on ��� the south side of Birch  creek when, he came upon  the  animal, amongst  some burned timber.  The wolverine was about  30   yards  from   him   when he first saw it and  he stood still,   expecting   that   the  animal  would slink off, but instead  of doing so it commenqed-.to  creep  towards him.    Having no weapons,  not  even  a jack knife, with which-  to defend himself, Mac. .turned  and  did  his  best  sprint  for a,hundred  .yards or so in an endeavor-' to reach  a  deserted, cabin .ahead of the animal.    The beast gained on him and  just as he passed'through the open  doorwaj- of   the  cabin -his pursuer  sprang   and   struck    him   on   the  shoulder   with   one   of   his   paws.  ._ MacAulay secured (a club from the  debris which littered the floor of the  cabin and prepared to make a  fight  for  his  life should the animal enter  his' retreat?    However,  the animal  remained  outside  and  when Mac.  tried  to see what his chances were  for getting away by looking out, of  the door his antagonist sprang and  struck   him .011 the  right  wrist, a  couple  of small rents in the sleeve  of his coat'and a slight scratch  being the amount of thedamage done.  MacAulay brought  his   club   into  play and   beat   off the attack and-  then for, jo minutes he tried to scare  his  adversary  away by alternately  yelling   and   throwing   chunks of  wood  at it.    Finally the wolverine  drew off and, concealing himself behind a knoll, prepared to watch his  man.    MacAulay watched  the animal and understood: the tactics and  he decided to make a break .to, get  away.    Crouching   low    he    went  through    the tdoorway and   gained  the   rear   of   the cabin.    He then  ran in the direction of  a   ditcli   by  way of which he hoped to make his  escape  hut  he  hadn't made over a  hundred yards when   he   saw   that  the animal was after him and that a  pitched  battle   was inevitable and;  having  retained   his club, he faced  about  and   awaited the onslaught.  The   wolverine   came  011   with  25  foot bounds and sprang for his head  but   MacAulay' side-stepped    and  landed a terrific blow on the brute's  back.   ��� The   same  maneuvre was  .repeated half a dozen  times, when  the   wolverine   admitted his defeat  by starting for the tall  timber and  MacAulay didn't  wait  for  him   to  change  his ' mind' but immediately  headed  for  Discovery.    Mac. says  that  the  animal   was  at  least  six  feet long and the' most  aggressive  article that he has ever cast his eyes  onand he considers himself exceedingly fortunate'in  haying beat'off  the beast's repeated attacks.  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY. OF  ALL.  KINDS,   Dressed to Order.  C.   DOELKER     Manager.  Usher's    5  .����� ���  It is  better  to be everything to  somebody than nothing to nobody.  <A   GRAND. OLD HIGHLAND, Black Label,   k^'  |   SPECIAL RESERVE,....'. While Label. ,^     ..    .  ^   OLD VATTED GLENLIVKT, Yellow Label.   If5'  3  THE    GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  C. H. Nissen, Prop.  , F. B. Wrong, Mgr.  Restaurant in Connection  Under  New and Capable Management.   '  fe  SIXTY Days after date I intend to apply  " to tiie" Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works to purchase forty  acres of agricultural land situate three-  quarters of a mile north of Atliii townsite,  -described as follows: Commencing? at a  post planted'on the north east corner  marked "G. M. S." north east corner post,  thence west 20 chains, thence south 20 chains,  thence east 20 chains, thence north 20 chains  to point of commencement.  ��� ��� G. M. Shirley.  Atlin, I!. C. Sept. 7th, li)0.r>. nlS  The Ruth, Red Star, Long Island,  GOLD STRINGER, NORMAN AND  KA.M-  MA MINERAL CLAIMS.  T.OCATKD ON TIIE EAST SlDB OB' TAKU AHll-Ol?  Tagish Lake,  Nine  Miles   South   of  Golden Gate, Atlin Mining Division  op Cassia ii Distkict.  r~l~lAKli Notice that the Engineer  Mining  -*-    Company, Ltd., Special   Free  Miner's  Certilicato No. 5721, intend sixty duys from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements for  the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  the above mineral chums.  . And further take notice that action, under  Section  No. :!7,  must be commenced before  the issuatico of such Certificates of Improvements.  ���Dated this 21st day of August, 1905.  TIIE ENGINEER MINING Co., Ltd.,  .. o2S A. P. M E a I), Pres.  The  Canadian   Bank  of   Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP-   $10,000,000. ���  Reserve',  $3,500,000.     -        '<��� ���  Branches of the Bank at Jeattie, '  :, San Francisco,   . : -.  Portland,  ' Skag-way, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Gold Dust Purchased���:Assay Office in Connection.  ^" ' D. ROSS, Manager.':  A\agnesite Mineral Claim,  Situate in the Atliii Mining- Division of Cassiar District.  Where located:���East of Atlin townsite and  ���     adjoining the cast  boundary line of tiie  townsite.'  rnpAlvli Notice that I, A. C. Hirschfeld, Free  J- Miner's Certificate No. B 33019, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of September', liXlj.   nl8  @*-  Sale of Crown-Granted   Mineral Claims in the Atlin Assess-  ��� ���:���'...   :memt, District for Un-Paid Taxes.  IHERIiBY (JJVB NOTICK That on MONDAY, the SIXTH Day of NOVEMBER, A. D. !90.r,, at the hour of eleven o'clock iu the forenoon,  at the Court Room, Atlin, I. shall oifcr for Sale by Public Auction the Mineral Claims iu tho list, hereinafter set out, of tho persons  in th(i said "list'hereinafter set out, for which Crown Grants havo beeu issued, for ull un-paid taxes uccrued due and payable on tho  thirtieth day of June; A. D. 1905, .or on any previous date, and for the costs of advertising and other expenses.  If tho taxes and expenses, including thd cost of advertising, as sot out in said list, are not paid to me before the day of sale, the  claims may be sold to the highest bidder, aud n conveyance executed to the purchaser of all right and interest in said claims legally  alienated by tho Crown Grants thereof. . .'  In tho event of there being no purchaser, or the price oll'ored shall not be sufficient to pay the taxes aud expenses, the land shall  absolutely revert to the Crown, and the Crown Grants thereof.slui.il bo deemed void and cancelled.  LIST   ABOVE   MENTIONED.  Name of Claim.           '   .  Lot No. 1            Registered Owner or  1          "-.������,  Grantee.  Tnxes Payable  HOtli June, 1905.  Expenses and  Costs.  Total Amount  Due.  " N i in rod"   "Imperial"   "Sultan  1-V."   "Transit. Fr." ���   197.  .���198.  199.  200.  Nimrod Syndicate, Limited,  do               do  do               do  do' '              ilo /  ��� ���' ���    * ������  $11 75 A  KlOO  "    .    .'   . 9 25  ���1 75     $2 00  2 00"  ..-.������ 2-00    ���  2 00  _._. _: ;   $13 75   ,  15 00  11 75,  .    C75  -'  ��� ' ��� A      *  '.Dated.at Atlin, I'. 0��� tl  lis Twelftl  V  day,of OctoberviA^D. WOB.  v.                       ���'���  -:���'���.'4'      ,     "  J. A. FKASEH,   AsSESSpK,  Atlin assessment Distkict,  Atms Post Office.  Send, us joiir Job Printing  Ri::   . .  RAILWAY  FROM    COPPER    RIVER   TO  TKLKWA   RIVER.  Notice op Ai'I't.ication von an -Act.  -VJ-OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That ap-  -<-> plication will be made to the'Legislative Assembly of the Province of British  Columbia ut its next sossion, for au Act to  incorporate u Company with power to construct, equip, maintain and operate a line or  lines of railway, of standard or other guagc,  \\ ith any kind of motive power, for the conveyance of passengers and freight, from  some point at or near the mouth of Copper  River, on tho Skeena River, Coast District,  in tiio Province of British Columbia^ by tho  most feasible route lo n'point at or near tho  mouth of Tclkwa River, on the Bulkley  River, Coast District, in the Province of  British Columbia: and with power to construct, operate.and maintain all necessary  bridges, roads, ways ami forrics, and to  build, acquire, own'und maintain wharves  and docks iu connection therewith, and to  build, acquire, own, 'equip and maintain  steam and other vessels and boats, and to  operate the same on any navigable waters;  and with power'to build, equip, operate niu!  maintain tolegniph 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.lauds for'tlie purposes of tho  Company,, and to'acquire lands, money  bonuses, privileges or other aids from any  Government, municipal corporation, or  other persons or bodies, and ti, levy and collect tolls from till persons using, and on all  freight passing-over, any of such roads,  railways, ferries, wharves and vessels built  by the Company; and with power to'coniiect  with and make traffic or otherurrungenient.s  with railway, steamboat or other companies; and to exercise such powers as are  granted by Parts IV [I] and V [5] of the  Water Clauses- Consolidation Act; and for  all other necessary or incidental rights,  powers and privileges iu that behalf.  l):itcd this Ith day of October, A. 1). 1905.  ���'BODWKLL * LAW.SON.  di fc-olicitnrs for tho Applii-r.i ttu ATLIN,    B.   C,    SATURDAY,    NOVEMBER   4,    1905.  "f  Local Events.  "Parker's   Fountains   Pens,   all  sizes and prices' at C. R. Bourne's."  The latest magazines and papers  are always'011 hand at Pillman's.  , Full  line of Shot Gun and Rifle  Cartridges at Regan's Hardware. ���.  McDonald's   Grocery    makes  a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  Mrs.   Fritz Miller  lias   gone   to  spend the winter in San Francisco.  Until  further  notice  I will be at  .1113- Discovery store  every  Sunday  from S a.m. to S p.m.���J. T. Regan.  We are informed that the motor-  boat, of which we spoke  last week,  lias been safely housed at Pike river.  Judge Young left on the last boat  for Port Simpson to hold court.   He  expects to return north in February.  W. Wallace Grime left ou  Tuesday for Victoria and'coast points' on  a combined business  and ��� pleasure  trip.  Mr. J. F. Gibson, of Kerr & Co.,  Discover}', left on Tuesday for a  three month's visit to coast and  eastern cities.  Mr. A. S. Cross, of the A. T. Co.,  has gone on a visit to southern  coast cities to recuperate his health,  which has been poorly of late.  Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Taylor have  gone to spend three or four months  in Vancouver, at the expiration of  which period they expect to return  to the golden north.  G. H. Comrie, who has filled the  position of assayer at the Canadian  Bank of Commerce during the past  season, left on the' last outbound  steamer oh a visit to his home iu  Scotland.  The dance given in the Kootenay  hall on Monday evening last by the  employees of the W. P. & Y. R..  was a well attended and highly successful affair. Mrs. W. Owen acted  ��� as hostess and received the ladies,  while the gentlemen were looked  after by "Happy," "Jimmy" and  Mr. Brown, with Capt. Bragg at the  helm.' During the evening Mr. W.  H. Hale sung "Nita Gitana" and  Mr. James Lipsconibe contributed  "Teasing," both songs being much  appreciated. Refreshments of the  first order were served at midnight,  after which dancing was resumed  and continued until 1.30 when the  gathering dispersed. Mr. Pilling  and Dr. Cameron supplied the  music.  Mr. E. S. Busby, collector of customs  at Dawson,   arrived in Atlin  Sunday last on a trip of inspection.  He left for Whitehorse on Tuesday  and   after   inspecting  the  office in  that town he started for  a  visit  to  Ottawa and other eastern cities and  will  return  over the ice to Dawson  in  a  couple of months.    While in  town   Mr. Busby  visited  the local  school   and,   after  viewing the exhibit for which the  school  recently  received   a  diploma  of merit from  the   management of the Dominion  Fair at New Westminster, he complimented    the   scholars   on   their  work and'addressed them at length  on the lines of school work in  general  and  patriotism  and concluded  by stating  that when   the   school  flag (which  was presented by him  a   couple  of years  ago) was worn  out he should be informed   of the  fact, when he would  gladly furnish  them with a new one.  Mining Notes.  W. J. Kyle, of Spruce, has gone  outside on a holiday trip.  J. Fetherstonhaugh and partners  are working a lay on the steam  shovel ground on Spruce.  T.-White, C.' Hewitt and R. Mc-  Leod' have commenced work on'a  lay on A: Allioll's Spruce creek  ground.  J. I-I. Black, oi Boulder creek and  a pioneer in the camp,' left on the  last boat for New.York, where he  will visit for a couple of months.  D. Sullivan, J. Williams, Norman  Fisher and Frank McPhee left this  week to work a lay on the Ham-  shaw ground on McKee creek.  R. D.- Fetherstonhaugh, of the  Northern Mines Ltd., left on Tuesday on a business trip to Vancouver.  He expects to return before  Xmas.  Messrs. W. H. Hale and F. H.  Brackett, of the Willow Creek Hy-.  draulic Co., left oil Tuesday for.  Minneapolis, where they will visit  until spring.   ���  ' Mr. Wm. Haddon, accountant of  the B. A.-D. & M. company,' left  on "Tuesday for Vancouver, .where  he will spend the winter."'- Billy  will be missed iu the ice-boat  fleet.  O. T. Switzer, manager of the B.  A. and B. ,C- dredging companies,  left on the last boat for a visit to  Philadelphia. Mr. Switzer intends  to return, in March to prepare for  next season's operations.  Atlin Curling Club.   '  Our   Specialty  Delivered to any part of the district.  Goods Fresh and Clean. Prices Right.  1 , .  Ouk Motto���One price and fair treatment to all-  STABLES & LUMSDEN.  The   iron   Store.  northern Brewing Company, Ltd.  ATLIN, B. C.  Brewers  of Lager Beer and Porter.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The annual meeting of the Atlin  Curling Club was held in the court  room ou Friday, Oct. 27. President  jas. Stables occupied the chair and  a large number of members were  present. After reading the minutes  ot the previous meeting thesecretary  presented the financial' statement,  which showed the club to be in  good standing with assets of $1,350  and liabilities of $100.  The election of officers resulted in  the re-election by acclamation of  Jas. Stables, president; D. Ross,  vice-president, and E. M. N. Woods,  secretary. Messrs. Jules Eggert,  C. R. Bourne and E. Rosselli were  elected members of the executive.  Tickets were put at the same  prices as charged last year.  The appointment of a caretaker  and other details was left with the  executive.  In addition to the J. T. Wilkenson  cup, other cups and medals have  been promised the club and the  members are very enthusiastic and  look forward to a bright and prosperous season.  Since the above meeting most of  the outstanding assessments have  been paid in and the debt entirely  wiped off.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  *>*****�� *>*W^��^*��*5��>*��*��****iR��b*^ '     it****!*****.* ����!*��*#>#:  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  THE  DINING-ROOM  IS CONDUCTED  ON  STRICTLY FIRST-  *    CLASS   PRINCIPLES.  THE    RUSSELL,    MOTEL  DIXON   BROTHERS,   Proprietors.  Pool    &    Billiards,  Free.  Freighting and Teaming  ^8,        Horses and Rigs for Hire.  W*^^^^*^^ft*^^*WWW*WOV^^-WWV**^^t^^*A^WW*W  W*VWW*\*W**^***W<*i*��**0^  j*.  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  ... THE CLAIM OFFICE.  Stables & Lumsden carry a stock  of good groceries.  . ..  Correspondence is made a pleasure  by using the new stock of fine writing paper aud envelopes at Bourne's.  Miners should try Gelignite in  their tunnels.���No fumes, does better work, but costs no more than  powder at Regan's.  Every man owes it to himself und his family  to master n trado or profession. Keud the display advertisement or the six Morse Schools  of Telegraphy, in this issue mid icarn how  easily a youiif? man or lady may Ienrn telo-  craphy und be assured a position.  ^3-e^*<^* 1^**5. ^.��5*t^.^*  When   Writing,   Use  y $1.00  just.-Arrived! :  A   Large   Shipment]  Of   NEW   GOODS.  000  Lowest Prices  in Camp at  'fl  ft  1  *i  HI  H  i

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