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 m  ��$        sea .,M    r.i  **4  *%  / i  ���^msy M~jf  4a;  ���VOL.  26.  ATUN,   B. C,  SATURDAY,   NOVUMBKk  11)07.  436  TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting News  From Many Quarters.  f HIM'. CI At, TO TIIK  ClIiA I.M.I  -���*�����-���>   I-L-unloops, B. C Nov. 22nd���H.  Sloul who murdered Roger Williams, was tracked to camping place  in the hush 20 miles from Kamloops  where officers McLean and Gordon  covered him with rifles, Sloul handed over his revolver and pulling a  second one he fired at McLean,  the iange so close his hair was singed, officer Gorden fired almost .simultaneously killing ' the outlaw  instantly.  New York. Nov. 22nd���The  London Cable says that before leaving Windsor His Magesty Emperor  William of Germany left $100,000  to be divided among the servants of  the Castle.  London Nov. 22nd���Sir Thomas  Barlow, physician to King Edward,  made a lengthy examination on'Sir  Heniy Campbell. Bannermau, the  Prime Minister who was taken ill  last week, his condition was very  satisfactory but in view -o.f ..the approaching session, some weeks complete change and rest are absoulety  necessary if he intends to do an}*  work. Either rest or retirement are  necessary.  Montreal, Nov. 22nd���The Hon.  Mr. Fielding is again here having  further discussions re-Finance so-  lulation. He stated'full arrangements had been made by the banks  to relieve the money stringency in  western Canada. The grain will  again he moving so soon as the  money can-be transferred .thus  averting ruin to many.  Montreal". Nov. 22nd--The message from Archbishop Brucesi was  read in all Catholic churches within the diocese of Montreal., The  mother church has discontinued to  grant dispensations allowing mixed  manages. Infutuie every catholic  attempting to' be married by pro-  testa nl minister will he excommunicated.  London, Nov. 22nd���The official  visit of Emperor William and the  Empress Augusta Victoria to their  Mage.-Uies the King and Queen  was concluded today When they  both left Windsor. The Empress  proceeding'to, Brussels' Holland on  a vi--.it to Queen Wilhelmina, The  Emperor going to Highcliffe  Castle  for several weeks .recuperation.  Qu'eenstown, Nov. 22nd���The  new Cunarder "Maulolania" left  Queenstown n a. in today on her  Maiden voyage to New York, at  2 a. 111 she had covered 470 miles,  having made an   average   of  24 S/q  knots perliotir.  Paris Nov. 22���The visit of ftm-  por Willian of Germany to King  Edward of England is hot causing  any rcseutfuhicss here which is one  of ihe biightcsl evidences of the  grcal improvement in the Europen  situation. , , ,',  Notth Bay Nov. 22nd-���A Soo  Line Express and a light engine  collided al. Moore Lake today both  engine crews, mail clerk, baggageman and f.vo others were killed,  .twenty passengers were  injured.  New York, Nov. - 22nd���The  Mauretania sailed from' Liverpool  15th. with 2000 passengers,and thirteen   million in gold.   ���      '.  Calcutta, Nov.   22nd���Six   thousand* passengers are stranded at   re  mote  stations    in    India    through  European engineers strike.  Paris, Nov. 22nd���Mobilization  plans of Navy will be re-arranged  owing to the ��� confession' of a spy  who sold the secret code to a foreign  power..  Boise-/; Nov. 22nd���The state  rested its case iu the Steve Adams  trial. Defence will try, and prove  an alibi. The case will .probably  goto the jury the latter part of  'illis week.  Tokio, ^tov. 22nd���Post Master  General Lemieux is very sanguine  of success,'The "Japanese--government are considering the advisability of shutting off emigration into Canada and   the  United   States.  Pekin,:    'Nov. 22nd���Count  Ok cum i says Japan should not fail  to take the opportunity of protecting the inhabitants of India from  British rule, the Japanese expansion movement is greatly interfering with Hritish interests, the friction is growing daily.  Vancouver, B. C. Nov. 22nd���A.  Crank writes a letter to Mayor  Belli tine threatening to blow him  up if influx of Japanese is not stopped.  London,-Nov. 22nd.���It Is semiofficially announced that their Mag-  esties the King and Queen will  visit Canada next year.  Victoria, B. C. Nov. 22nd���Wm.  Cottrill, an englisman employed in  David spencer Co. stores committed  suicid. His brain was effected  by a recent accident.  Vancouver B. C. Nov. 22nd.���  Labor " Commissioner King is  satified that the Grank Trunk   and  other corporations have been chcifly  interested iii die importation of  Asiatics, the officials are being sub-,  poiened to 'make them tell the part  taken by the corporation in the  Oriental immigration.  ���" London, Nov. 22nd,���Premier  Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman's  condition is now satisfactory, be  will probably retire early next year  owing to ill health.  Halifax Nov. 2.2nd.���Nova  Scotia has been a wared the gold  medal' for it mineral exhibit at  Jamestown.  , Vancouver. B. C. Nov. 22nd.���  The Dawson basket ball team defeated the Vancouverites   20-I0   14.  Ottawa Nov. 22nd. ���-Western  grain buyers arc taking alt offered  at the current prices, the difficulties  ofthe money situation 'have now  been over come, the banks declare  they do not need any assistance  from the government.  Vancouver B. C. Nov. 22nd.���A  hunting party of three men named  Chapman, Holman, and Hudson  capsi/.ed their sail boat in the Gulf  of Georgia near Bowen Island,  Chapman reached the city after  experenciug terrible hardships, he  says the other . two men floated  away on the upturned boat, and  are probably lost.  ' Vancouver, B: C. Nov.. 2211c���J.  Y.���-.Henderson, A railway!"employee  committed suicide out he C. P. R.  wharf.  ��� New Westminster, B. C. Nov.-*  22nd.���J. C. Brown formerly'"postmaster has been apointed'wordeu of  tlie penitentiary.!  Local and General News.  Fresh Fruit and  Vegetables coming-in on p.ver3'boat.-E. L. rillmans.  w  Why   Doodle?    .Because  he V"V  7   *  has charge of part  of a   horse,   j/*]  Fresh assortment ' Lo'.vuey'-  creams and chocolate nuts al  C. R. Bourne.  We never compared "Regie" to  Balaam still in'.- thinking events  over there was a similarly iu their  ���positions. :  - A man from spruce Greek laid' a  charge of selling liquor without..'a  license, and several other things  against a store keener on Spruce.  The matter came up before magistrate Fraser*on Friday, Ihe evidence was oath against oath .with  the result that the charge was dismissed.  The court is. not .the .place to  have your washing done.  There have been several skating  parties the last few moonlight  nights.  Dont get moon struck and do  anything silly. '���'  The poultry industry seems an  important factor to day, whether  conducted as a side line or not.  Its a poor excuse of an old lien,  that cannot make at least one enemy  out of a good neighbor.  "There is much bad in the best  of us,  And so,much good iu the worst  of us,  That it harbly behoves any of us,  To talk about the rest  of us."  Furniture-?-, why.so two of them,  can live comfortably.    ,  Mr. Alex Alliotl of spruce got  touched for his boots while with  the "Princes May" Mr. Chas Baker  spent, the rest of the trip (con)  soleing him.  "Who?- why Dear old-Tom and  Jack. Who did you think ?  ., Mr. Pete Crow who had ihe misfortune to fracture several ribs  some days ago is sufficientlly recovered to take up his duties as the  Dining room staff at the Nugget,  Mr Fred Bovan while working  ou the Steam Saw mistook his hand  for a log and cut three fingers until they told him of his error. ,  Donl forget Ihe Court of revision  sits next week, if you object to  your assessment put iu your appeal.  Wor^'ha-jj-beeu received of the  death on the 8th, inst ofthe brother  nurse Blythe, left Atliu to take care  of. Her Atlin friends join in sympathy.  Attention is called to the. add, re-  Sheep heads.  .  Hotel Dewey, Skagway.���Rates  to suit everybody. Electric lights,  electric bells, steam heat. F'ree bus-  Everything modern.  Mr. Charles Glave,   who  it  will  be remembered .was   the   long ^lost  heir to some relatives  in   the   '"Old.  Land", and came in to a tidy   sum,  left' last  mouday    to  assume    the  management    of    the    Log  Cabin  Hotel, where he  will  despense  the  comforts lurnries of the  premises to  all.    He is quite at home, Judging  ;bv the smile thai meets all patrons.  y A   Farewell    Dance   was    given  to Mrs. and Miss. Doelker last night  al the "Kootenay Hall".    If the attendance can be taken   as   criterion  then these two ladies certainly have  the friendship   of   all  our  citizens,  The Dance commenced- early and  continued long. The very   excellent '  music being provided   through   the  kindness    of  Mrs.    Costegin    and  Messrs  Haniui  and   Cartmel,     We  with the other  citizens   greatly   regret the departure of these ladeis.  WANTED.  The undersigned is desirous of  securing the best possible specimens  procurable of the undermentioned  animals, one only of etch, _ for  Museum purposes.  MOOSE - (Head) Skull, willi  Horns, Hide and Leg Bones, and  Hoofs.  SHEEP-(Head) Skull, with  Hide and Leg Bones, anb hoofs  LYNX-(Head) Skull, with  Hide and Leg  Bones,   (Complete).  Any person supplying a suitable  specimen of each of the % above  animals, or any of them, will te-  ceive reasonable compensation  therefor.  Government Agent's   Office   Atliu,  B. C, Nov. 22nd, 1907.  J, A. F'raser.  Governmet Av nt. ATLIN,   B. C,    SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER   23,   1907.  '"   i>ii^��� ir"r-"~��� ?t"V'  s $fi A mil Lsa*ffli  TMFi A'i 1-1M CLAIM 13 punur>Hi:D kvchy ���satuhday  iwfonrjirja,     mailed   rnn.   to   any   pamt or the  WOULD    rOH    CO    CENTS     I'CII    MoriTH;     SiB.OO    PEC  ts     vr.Mt,    Ai)VL*nTiiiir*)G nATt:it: 3.1.00 pen inch each  j NCiKnTron ; ncAOiHO noticeo. ?i cents a line.  ttf'CCIAL   HATER ' OI.    APPLICATION,   ^0<.   Dominion in General,  The big gnus on both sides are  on tour, listen' Lo what they say and  make up your minds which have  the greatest immagination.  JOB |>K1NTIN(J  DCiUl.-HCAOB.  CTTEa-HKADS,  Ofiocns  posrrn-D, vioiting catos  PcIOanAMMCO,       ETC.,   CTC.  rror/TTLV  executed.  p-hices  nontfiATC.  Tun Ati.in Claim I'ujimshing Co,, 1/j'd.  MUSINGS    OF     PADDY  THE   PIG.  IV. l'OLit.Jini). GltAN'  .UANAnF.lI-nillF.CTOH.  The Skagway Alaskan, printed  our obituary notice a few days ago,  assigning our demise to starvation.  Probably the Alaskan was unaware  ofthe Doctor's absence from Skag-  iown for a few weeks when he was  fixing up and sharpening our grinders to enable us to live on dead subscriptions,' when live ones played  out. The Doctor should notify the  Alaskan before leaving, in future,  especial 1 j' when he is on such  humain missions.  'was  "The Japs have gone - -  heard on several sides last Saturday  morning. It was really amusing to  listen to some of the "Hot Guff"  about them, and at the same time  ��� watch how every one who had anything to dispose of, wet or dry, was  pleased lo sell to the Yellow Boy,  (but such arc the kings of the berg)  This paper does not and never  did favor the importation or Japs iu  to Canada, and especially that part  of it known as Brititish Columbia,  but as the laws ofthe Great Dominion say, they can come they're Allies, and a lot more rot, ail \ve,\*e  got left is our kick and vote. The  man who runs next year for the  Dominion Mouse o( Commons who  will pledge to alter things iu this  respect will get our vote and a  plumper at that.  The Japs have gone, whether  they'll come back next year we do  not know, we hope not.. We do  not think they did any white man  out of a job, we    may  he   mistaken  "Sure you're young, very young,  be sides being new at the business"  Said Paddy the Pig, as he sipped a  leamonade or som'.hing iu a glass at  Dave's; but take a tip from me,  who has travelled most every where  and knows meuj and wimen too for  that matter, like a book, men is  men and pigs is pigs as the sayin  goes, but lots of men are mostly  pigs, now,.look at the Schotch, did  you ever see a more cussed, pigheaded, savin, parsemonous lot of  critters, they fill themselves up with  chop feed and call il mush, why?  because its cheap to buy, it costs  nothing to cook it fills up quickly,  and he can fool his stomach as to  its being dear, besides it saves his  mental anguish worying oyer the  expense if he had used other  grub.  &0&&&��&*&&&&^��&&&&^.&&.P^  No Co WHEELING  ��  Fresh Fruit and Vegetables  ty  will arrive  by   every boat.  ���   First StiB��eefB  "fa  ���3**��***'d'-***ra**^*******'#*<-*^^  and would like to be put right. If  they do come back it will be as well  to remember they have a right to  come, dont attack them, attack  those in high places, our politicians,  whose principal friends after elections are big corporations and iuqji-  ied men, who employ labor, the  cheaper the better. They are the  onlv ones who can cure the ill.  , Both the great political parties of  the Dominion, are putting on theii-.  war paint and feathers, which by  the way are easily taken off afterwards, and getting ready for the  "Meet", the great meet next year,  -when all .the horses will run. The  difienmcc between a great horse  meet and a political one is that, in  the former the horses and in the lat-  ier the spectators are doped where  necessary, not a particularly groat  difference, except the dope is a lillle  different. However now is the time  !'������!' the voters to do some quite  thinking, and not wait till the excit-  vmei'.l: and turmoil of election is on.  .Make up your mind what is needed for your own Dihtrict and British Columbia, in artipcular and the'  Now there's another thing, ifyon  find a snap you find a Scotty looking after it. they're every where, why  I-liave seen red headed injun kids  and as sure as he'has the snap he  hangs on like grim death, and gets  very mysterious, and says what  hard work it is, why he's so devlish  mean, he's afeered some other fellow might like to play a hand.  I've known them to go to bed in  cold weather to save fire, as its  cheaper to wear out second hand  coverings, then it was to buy second  hand wood.  Then there's those merchant  fellows, traders the}*-  call themselves,-  rocks  in  the  beans sand   in    the-  sugar, water in the salt,   and   flour  full of mice   holes, soes   they    can  give a wee    mite  on  the Sabbath,  He  weighs    his  hand  and   the  paper and the siring, and asks what  you think   about last  Sundays sermon, and to make  certain,   weighs  his hand again, they're a foine  lot,  but the other's are most as bad, now  take the Irish.' There's  one  thing  they cant do and that is lie and look  you iu the eye,   they  can   do   both  sure enough, but not  at   the  same  time.    You've got to go? well   then  just this about the Irish,   look  out  for the fellow that's  curly   at   both  ends, curly legs and hair, he's most  certain to be  curly  iu   the   middle  and inside and ont, he cant see, his  eyes are twisted, he says nice thing  that should make a good fight,   he  wont fight because his hearts  twisted, his mind is canted on one  side,  he'll  do  you and  all  his  friends,  especially the   wimen.    ISTovv   mind  what T. say, I was young once,   and  I got look in   till  I cut my   back  molars, now no curly haried,   curly  faced mick could luive my old shoes  unless [gave thein to   him   on the  curly part of his back.  On leaving Paddy I pondered  over his words of wisdom in the  main he is right, but not quite broad  enough.. I have known a few  Scotch that would not fill the bill,  however I   will   probably   have  an  POOL   ROOM  GOOD  rABLING  SP  DISCOVERY. B. CP  THE    DINING   ROOM   IS   UNDER   THE   SUPERVISION    OF  MRS. ROXBOROUGH.      GOOD SLEEPING ACCOMMODATION  ONLY THE BEST QUALITY OE   GOODS USED AT THE BAR  BAKERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL.  KONRAD WAWRECKA, MANAGER,  r  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  &&#��&&9  *&#&&&&������&B>&IW&&&&^^  &&.& 9&��-.P&.Br B&&P&P  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT,  The Bar is supplied  and Cigars.  with   none   but  the   best brands of Liquors  Firsl-class Billiard and Pool Tables.  ���     :-'        .  ^������'t'-f.-X*'***^*^***-?^-^ ^^���^���tf-4^'^'^W4'<X'*&&^&^:&i3'&3  sc:  DIXON    &   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  explanation even for the exceptions.  FIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST WINtS, LIQUORS AM) CIGARS CASK GOODS A   SI'LCIALTY.  Corner Pearl and First Streets,  Atlin, B. C.  'MS'r^^^'<^^-^^^^'^^^^:r3^^.S^^^^a    '���e^'-aM'-^-^.tf'.fi-^'-^ytf**^  I, Il-fi  f  ATLIN, B. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, rgo-j.  OUR CHIEF   INDUSTRY.  CONTINUHI).  There was another hydraulic outfit working on Boulder this season,  under the managmcnt of Mr. H.  Morse. This'is not a very big concern, only working on an averge ol  three men for the season. Hydraulic work commenced June 1st. and  was continued until the early part  ��� of October. This company was  greatly hampered, like the French  Company father down stream, by  dhc scarcity of walcr, and during  the later portion of the .season did  not work full time.  Only one monitor was used, and  dining Ihclitne water was slack, the  boulders and heavy material weie  removed by a derrick and cable way  operated under hydraulic pressure  certainly a labor saving and a cheap  way to remove the great quantities  .of rock.  The average depth of dirt removed  ���would run about 18 feet or slightly  over. One cut some 200 feet long  hy about 35 feet in width was made  #md cleaned up, the oporations netting slightly over $3,000,00, not a  very great return to be sure, but  ���very fair for three mens work for so  short a time. Mr. Morse did not  ��� get into his richer ground till late  in ihe season, and then only in  time to prepare for next summer's  piping.  This winter he has some three  men working with him under  wages, drittiug into the East bank  ofthe creek, where he left offpipiug,  he is in a depth of* about 40 feet  _ with his drive, and is sluicing the  dirt and will continue so doing all  winter. The ground produces an  averaged about $1.30 per square  foot of bedrock, and if continuing  in any distance will give a nice return for the winters '\v--rk. Next  Reason Mr. Morse has his ground  so arranged that he will handle  about double the yardage at - the  same expensc:  The other claims on Boulder  paid fairly well, through some were  held back by reason of others requiring the water, there uot being  enough to divide. Altogether the  other mines produced in the neighborhood of $17,000,00, representing  the work of about 14 men,  In all Boulder Creek produced  this season in the neighborhood of  $63,000,00.  There,were three other outfits on  the creek, and all had fairly good  cleanups, iu fact all made wages,  good wages at thai, and then some.  OTTER CREEK.  _ There are   two   Companies   operating on   Otter,   one   al   the   lower  portion of Ihe creek near its mouth,  managed   by   M. R.   Jauicison, .an  account of which was given   a   few  weeks ago, and the other about eight  miles   ii])   the  creek   operated    by  Messrs   Moran,    Carmichael,     and  Steinmelz.     This    is   the    ground  that   was   formerly   opened   up   by  these   gentlemen   and   sold   to   Mr,  Switzer under time bond, and which  was subseqently handed back to the  owners after a loss of sotrie ^75,000,  00 to Mr. Switzer through bad luck  and bad management.    Preparatory  work,was commenced   April   25th.  but it was May   :25th.   before water  was turned   through  the monitors.  Work was carried on till the middle of October, like her Sister Creeks  Bo-.ilder   Wright    and   Birch,   was  very niggardly with her water during the late  Summer   and   Fall  so  that after the  end   of July   only  a  part shift at piping  was   done  each  day.     About 22,000 cubic 3*ards  of  gravel  were   removed    uncovering  some  21,000,   square  feet   of bedrock,  from   which   the  owners  recovered  in   the    neighborhood    of  57500.00.    There .   were  only  five  men engaged' during tlie  summer,  and besides removing the pay gravel, considerable work was   done on  the water ditches,   and  in   a  large  dam  erected  at    the  head  of the  Creek for the purpose of conserving  water.    By the use of  this  dam  a  full head of water could be obtained  for a few hours every day.  Mining oil those creeks where  the supply of water is so limited  and uncertain, is by no means the  great pleasure, some imagine,  <>'0.*��***0.*;a'->.a'*&o-����*9��0&^ :���; \,o&  The Atlin ��� Market Co., .Ltd.  FRESH. DRESSED  .MEATS'  i^noistts -*^�� -���~<t7^*t*~-^r** Trr~r\rTmrMrTmr:tr.=* *--*���-��������������� ^���������������������������^������-���^i~'r*^.'ww.*��'T^*-^a^nl,rin^,li.yiffll^tmai  POULTRY  OF  ALL  KINDS,   Dressed to  Order.  'jmrtvnnmTri re'wcnRiat^nxi'^'jvnt*r  CHRIS.   DOFXKER,   MANAGER  &^JM^frfrJW>&J��:>J>.&ttfr.&i>.tt.!>&fo ,-*tf^--$**^e--*3*-i,S-*r'*^^  L-MIIZ.    IlAMrTOlf.  ���"5F*>  JAMES    DDKII.  *(U  V.  to-  DISCOVERY . B.    C.  The Bar is Stocked wilh Choice Goods  ��� First Class Dining Room iu Connection.  Headotjaters FOR DIXON & Schut.z Stagk.  lardware  I  IRON   PIPING./fSTEEL   AND   BAR IRON,  DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,  GASOLINE.  STEEL SHINGLES and CORRUGATED IRON.  >H1  Stores in "'Attain and Discovery.  J-*-*-"  >-<s*-��-��-*-��-��-*��-*-e-***�� O *��>��-��-��-��-��-��-��-��-��-��-�� ��� �� s ��� *-*-  Just  in   assortment    of    Glokar  and Peterson pipes.���C. R. Bourne.  WRIGHT CREEK.  On Wright Creek Messrs Kershaw av.d Partners completed their  sixth  season     on     the      ground.  Work was commenced about  the nth. of May and continued un'  til the begining of October, five  men being employed, The ground  has a average depth of 18 feet. Two  cuts wer piped off, one 300 feet by  35 feet wide aiid another 140 feet  long and 20 feet wide, iu all the  boys recovered a little over $7000,  00. They still have two or three  seasons work on the claims.  The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means,  after suffering for several years with  a severe lung affection, and that  dread disease Consumption, is  anxious lo make known to his Tel-  low sufferers tlie means of cure.  To those who desire it, he will  cheerfully send (free of charge) a  copy ofthe prescription used, which  they will find a cure for Consumption, Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchitis and all throat and lung  Maladies. ' He hopes all sufferers  will try his remedy, as it is invaluable. Those desiring the presctip-  tion, which -will cost them nothing,  and may prove a blessing, will  please address  Rev. Edward A. Wilson,  Brooklyn, N.Y.  fl. E.. BROWN & CO.  Successors to  J. H. IVichsrdson.  LATEST STYLES IN GENT'S FURNISHINGS  DRY GOODS, CARPETS, HOUSE FURNISHINGS,  GOLD SEAL HIP GUM BOOTS AND SHOES,  FULL LINE OF MINERS GLOVES AND MITTS.  Stores at atlin and discovery  3*-�� �������������� ��-��-���-���-*�������-�� ����-�����*> �� * * 6 �� *<  ���o*}^**��^i4HC^a'^^3^!cs^a'&a<s-��** *����*w35*5^��-*��*o*��>������*��*����*a*��a*  THE   VANCOUVER   HOTEL.  FirstSt.   Atlin B.   C.  CHOICE WINES TJEQUOBS AND CIGARS.  First Class Rooms Well Heated  iV  S.   Johnston. Prop.  THE  KIRKLAND   HOTEL.  First  Street  Atlin  B.C.  Good   Accomodations Neat  Clean Rooms.  ALEX.   SMITH. PROPRIETOR. ATLIN,    B.   C     SATURDAY,    NOVEMBER 23,    1907.  l-Weii'*-���������.: "Pills" did not supply  lh._- house with kindlings Mrs Pillman attempted to chop off her linger last niouday, she received a very  nas'.y cut on her index finger and  had to have several stitches put in  by Dr. Harrison. The Doctor's  assistant   fearing  Ihe  worst  drank  ��� all the brandy.  There 'have been several very  presing offers to help in ihe bakery,  who's who has not yet been decided.  Mr. Chas.' Cuileu, late ati.in  claim staff, en route, Atlin to  Skeena via Princess May was minus  his new overcoat when he arrived,  somebody evidently got familiar  with him, who;\~or^what we have  not learned.  Tlie "Chug-Chug" arrived   back  ��� from Carcros Wednesday night,  having taken Messrs Jameisou and  Breeze to Carcros. Leaving Allin  Sunday at 7,a..m the river was run  and' after a rather "'windy", trip  Carcros was reached Monday at  4,p.m. Mr. Jameisou while a good  land  sailor.  C.uit boast of his doings aboard  tin.: Launch, well as stated last  we<.k, he went as ballast,  Gas was downtown on Wednes-  day for Ihe first time since his entry  into the Hospital some .four weeks  ago, as he could not find anything  exeiteing 'enough- he returned  home- we wish his friends would'  not* be so generous.'--  Pine Cite*;  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  KIIIST-CLASS IlINiXG  ROOM  GOOD 01,HAN  I1O0MS  ()>'!..V  Tin;   UKST GOODS  Uf.iiD AT TUB I UK.  Canadian Pacific  Railway Company.  UAT��uuiMWi>xm nts*ee*rwt**zu iwmww mh-wu.  B. C.   COAST   SERVICE.  ED.   SANDS,  Proprietor.  Nov.  30  Deo-   13    30  Sriilliiir from Skagway 8 p.m.  Direct to Vancouver and Victoria.  Transporting hy mil or steamer to Scut Mr without extra chnri-o  NTOP-OVKRS   ALLOW HO.  ATLINTO LODGE  A. F. &.A. M.  .   No. .12, O. R. n.c.  Regular commiinlcn*-'  tions hold on tlin lirst.  Thursday of each month in tho A. <). U. W.  Mull, Third Struct.  Visiting brethren cordlallv Invited.  The in-M  roKiilnr  i-omiiiiiiilc.-itlon  i\'lll  ho  held on Thursday, Nov. 7th, ut 7.30 p.m.  15y order of the W. M.  C. ll. UOUKSE.'Sboii'btahy.  ��� Irltets to ntij-jpnrt of tho world.  U  rt of tho world. -i-\     ta     ~K~XT      T '  1  If or rates or iiifornmtloii miply to    1.  .    JL '.      VV.    JLyO\\JCj  Airout. Sknj,".vny.  <?)������������*>��������� ���-��-�� ���*)�������� ���-���-���-��-�����<  ��� ������-���-���-��� ������-���-�����-���-���-��-���-������ ���-��-��� *���*��������-�����--������-��� <v>  USE OUK ADVERTISING  Jf^4  Asf.bc],  really;;  was  SUNDAY  -;?  ,.r.---c*i".'*-f-*K=:  li you are* sending a Card or a  Calendar out side for xmas, why  not do it now when mails are certain. New assortment for all tastes.  C. R. Bourne.  Mr. Sam Johnston is just in receipt of a letter dated Oct. ��� 24th,  from Mr. John McLennan who had  the misfortune to hurt his eyes on  Spruce last Xmas holidays and who  went lo  .Edinburgh  for   treatment.  Mr. McLennan is still tolally  bliud, bin is under the treatment of  some eminent physicians, who are  going to operate so soon as the eye  is in condition, 'Jack" feels certain  lie will regain his sight again.  The Japs arrived in Carcros a  very close second, .while' Messrs  Ruffner and Featherstonhaugh and  Wives did not arrive till Tuesday  evening. They having gone out  in a small boat. It is rumored that  Jameisou was considerably lighter  on his arrival. Jr.'reluming Capt.  Bragg reports having encountered  some five miles of ice in vicinity of  ten mile point.  Nat   Wheeling     was      working  Tnuisday.  Synopsis of  CiiitAdinn Homestead  Regulations.  /\ NT nvalliihlp Dominion Lands ��� -within  X3- thoKailway Melt in liritish Columbia,  muy he homestoaded l>y any person who Is  tho solo head of a family, or any male over 18  years of iifje, to tho extent of one-quarter  section of IfiO acres more or less.  Entry must ho made personally at the loenl  land olTiee For the district in which tho land  is situate. ��� ; '  The homesteader Is required to perform  the conditions connected therewith under  one of the following plans: *'"  (J) At least six months' residence upon nnd  cultivation of tho land in each j-ear for three  years. ''  (2) If the father (or mother, IT the father is  deceased) of the homesteader resides upon a  farm in the vicinity oT tho land entered for,  the requirements as to residence may he  satisfied by such person residing with the  father or mother.  (?,) If tho settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned hy liim in  the vicinity of his homestead, the'requirements as to residence may bo satisfied by  residence upon tho said land.  Six months' notice in writinpr should ho  given to thcCouimihsioner of Dominion Lauds  at Ottawa of intention to apply fd'r patent:  Placing before the public  the many advantages of  the district is the object of  ��0'*K*-*KW**3*'K^��^a*&CK5*O*'*3>:^  Coal lands may be purchased at SlOper aero  for soft coal and 820 for anthracite. Not more  than !)20 acres can he acquired by one indi  virtual or company. Royalty at the rate of  ten cents nor ton of 2.000 pounds shall bo collected on the gross output.  W. W.cprtT,  Deputy of tho Minister of the Interior  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not he paid for.        " jy21-Gm  XT     JSARBEIl SHOP.  J. W. THOMPSON, Prop.  FIRST-CLASS SERVICE ONLY  *0.-*��*a��'a--m*$*a��o$D.'��.a-*ao.-so.^  This cannot be successfully accomplished without the generous support of  the business . people and  the residents.  SEND US TOUR SUBSCRIPTION  ���$��������-< ���9������������0��0������������������*>��<S> �����-��-��-�����-���-*-���-*����-����� ���"���"I*-*-*-* -*-��-��- ���-��-�� ��������-���-��������$  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that on  and after 'Saturday Nov. 23rd, The  Atlin Market Co. Ltd. will retire,  for ihe present, from the butcher  business. All accounts due the  Company are to be paid lo Mr.  Samuel Johnston.  Atlin B. C.   Nov.   20th,. 1967.  The Allin Market Co Ltd..  M. Doelker Manager.  Why send out when you can get goods as ciieai- HEiiE.'  Atlin, Nugget and   Grape   Rings'and nil kinds of Jewelry maim  factured on the premises.  Vino  New  Stock  of   Watches,   Clocks,   Jewelry   and   Diamonds  Watches from $5.00 up. Agents for Columbia Gramophones.


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