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Netiierhy  .......... 7.. .G;u'l .liu:ol)S(iii  ...y.;./.. ���'.'. .Jules Kysrei't:  ...-'. y.\';. .7.G7J1. -SnwyerJ  ..y....;..v.\\"7G. G. Way.  ....:.,:......;;.'a!'C. Ue'uty...  .:���.'.'������;.... ..Kdsiiu' Jiobeiis.  ...........  iiilwtii'd .Sands.  /���JIri and Mrs. .Sinn l!bi:<l.  ;...::....:.yy:.;ti,.;l,inf:..  ���V/i-..v.'-.���:.-.���-.'Jl;-Ci.iiinct ��'t ��!.  .-.'..���.;'...'.;.'. ;:'.'U.:'.\Vel)stcr.  7.v:: 7'..;.7.v.J... Killkc.  . 7... ......... johii-i'ox  ...: ;..'���.;... .1.1 ...Moliiietiux'.  ;.........:. ..H'.,K.-Yo.une:'..  .............;... ...J.Sttibles.  ;..;..; :;I'V Willi unison;  .���'...'..y,....':..'.i.Tuifoi:<i7  .:.......  ...........G. Kent.  sirti^i-ec^  ' ."Messrs.; Sol.t, yOlroyd and;. Jbi-  chaiiaii . are doing- '.considerable'  development-; woi k on Gpusola-  tion Cieek. Glaim 'owners on that  iiromisi'i;^ stream express -.great  .coKiuifbce iir its 1'utnre'. It is.to  such in ..-n asthe above named that  Ai.iin 'looks for -1 lie extension o.f its  !/o;d-;in)dncii!n area. 7    ,  a.-  017:, y.<)v. ..'2ii<!:��� !  See of Caledonia.  .;y.:"::';.;;, ;;.:;.' b:. ;";: watefypowcrb.of������';���;streams..;;: .j-;. .y',;;:;;?;,;7;  v y^yyCcinceriiiiig bileyvobiine.and;^  .jiislrictV: i tbis biotiqepj  :shbrtides:cc.ilty;;;7i\ea,i'l>7a.n  .-^iv.lT^Vi. \f*i i'ii"g;e.'v*i'! 111 ������'.o'i*-.:t'liebl':Vi'Sre'r'-' .si-r eti ii'i ii. 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On jnne  17th, .1899, freslr sub w'Telloii the hinsVlo,:.\viihinv'iooo' feet above Taku  .Ariii. ;:Oii:Sepieniber .2nd olbbhe. same year, they_first fall pf snow  covered theyiupuntaii!sabovebiiubc.rlii.e, but this did ;iiot remain.    At  abe sanie:date,'the"first autuimi; frost,.sufficientyto, kill'������.'te.ii/.ier.' yegeta-b  .'���'lipti,' was;pbserve:d:iii ihev'feslin Valley near.GalbieathTostb' Accord-;  '������ 1V1 ��"';-.to yiateuients tinule cpiicerniiig; the winter, 'climate'; 'the following'  coiHlitioiis prevail: Atlin Lake does not completely freeze oyer.", before;  jaiuiar.y :st.'    About two" to. four feet of snow falls along the level of tha  ' inaiubakes ;��� therebs a greater bill in  the .mpuutaiiis..   The weather.is  ;inoderately colciy brig lib aiid calmy   -.. .j:\.:-rr:::y] 'y 'y.^. "���;���������'[ b.V'b  '"Garden   vegetables  of :'7the' hardiest -kinds  grow Avellb -'���tliebn.ipfe -  lender u:K!erygiass.y.; There; is ynpiyaiiygre^  'bpttom   in   they Atl-inb.District.;   Gonditions   appear ispniewihatiiicre  :mvbrable.y(n Vthe   great yvaileyyif  Teslia   Lake,  where " the -Vain   ibil ;  'apparently is greater and the soil lesh.sandy. ;   ; '.,���..���  ���'���''���'  :" ".������:;'".   ;Ti!nI;er. .7   '.','. ;''.'���   ���'.  . -    ������. ";;;      ���.:  :  ������'Tli'e forest growth is rather bighi. It is apparently composed o.C  white' spruce fTicea' alba), Hanl^iau pine (pinus:. Haiiksiana) and  balsamb A!)ieS balsaniifera). .   Vi'hiie spi uce^is   found   in   damp valleya -.  bind pn- stream deltas,   'lianksiaii  pine  clothes   the   dry valleys,  low  slopes and,teiraces up' bo 4i.ri,;�� lcct'  -(hoya  the   sea   in,;, some, places.  ;her r<  A ne  timber  pc:>'.n7S ���>.;'��� 11' ir!:iv:d   to ' ii. :till in a  teii'ireii!  ic-i:-v   '.y'lich  c.iug.ht   lire  in ii)7 t'ai..H i dis'ti icl..   '..'.;  "Aib;:. ib-'iybNOV, 23rd _:.���Thi: ly  \\\0,���'.;.: 7 i.iNi'p'b:' have !>i-eu rell-  de:'-.--i   ; v:i .���'���..' '- ''V flouis.  f.i..\ . ; ���.   X  m' ,    bbiV.   2.^I'd :,- - l"i 1CV  liofii ������..���{'T'biii-.'r i.X. Tmoim is-, a bro;n-  .hie i.,i.i '.'.'er, ii is !'ij(i!i \yreckeil by  af'om'o 7.I teed nil the front porci:  <luri;i.i tlie -iiig'-t- 'The entire'  family  escaped   unhurt.  Rev. !���'.. II. .puVei'iil, H. D.,   has  'been app'jiiitid in the see   ol   Caledonia, Br.iiisli   Cohiiiibhi, made'va-  cautby'ihe   resignation   of Bishop.  j Ridley.    Tl!e,-;K.ev. lb [LlJuVeniet  i ;'s' at,'nrcAeul  rector   at   .St. Johns,  ! .Tobohip junciiou. is a strung   tein-  i pc:Mnce advocate,, and   iswell liked  ; ihrongh'mt.Jbist.eru Canada.  ;    '  -    -s-o< 7.  I',   :bt th:: wiiido-.y of cheap  no\>.-!s  ! at G.'R   I'onn.e's.  Ralsam lir occupies chiefly the rougner rocK\' gromai y.c:  line, up to s,ooo feet ab'bve tho-sea.", Gottouwooii oecurrs cotniboniy at;  the niqnthesof stieanis. White poplar tpopulus .t'reinuloides'; is kbiriy  comnu.Mi on fiats.and low hills. The mountain ; sides at and abova  I'imber line areoben covered with a tliick scrubby growth 0! dwyrf  birch. .Jboi.e of the pine, fir, laivabbt'. hemlockor cedar lives common  to thesouthein pi.'iiiou of British Columbia are Ibimd in-the Disuiet. ���  Birch pceuriy on the easiei ub'aee of Taku Monntaii.^ and at Xagina.u  Kiver in small (pirinlitjes. .       ., _ .���.���,'. .   "   ' ���  -.-.;��� :.   Wrid    Fruits. ^ '.';��������� L  ' The. native frnits found most abnialantb' towards Tesliu Lake arc:  Rasnberry. black au'ti red cu'rrau:, goosebeny, and cranberries ofihree  different' kinds :   l'luiskegberry-,   amakuieh.ior  and   blueberry   are   leS9  abuudanl.     Many new  s-pecies  ol' plants  ha\c  been   collecU-d. in   tha  ' Distiict.     These   have lieeu .determined l.iy l'rof. .Mutoun, and .-ome of  1 Lheiii appear to h.j ;aie ai.d possbly new to science.  j .' ' [i" i'l' ' os ri.';i;::tv.]  ;b;S#  mi1  b?'b  ysift  um  .yyy  7J7-,;  :.'f ���.:'.':  ������I-I  y!7i|  :M  b.;j  ���  vrH��Ku&  r.���jE:^=Jrr^wpffl^wwtjtt. %  "��� ^.1 .j-J wlicf^^-f ^fj ^ ir-Q^.e-jn J3T; ���-j*n''-','-v ;'.'L  -i-*^��fc*'l*3,fi-4;V;w^.'  .-v,;^'.fI;;*; iiv.'.fx^- ^���"������fnvi'nir. ih*^wir--^j','��CT.tc%=tfw ra  '"I  b-H  ��� f;J  ATLlNybB.  ye., : b������SA'T\^K.nA���V;.'';V^^���OV.E'M���BERy���'/'.���ii'6���;'���y' 1^54  1  'J  i.'i' ���  The Atlin Claim.  1 Mr, A 1 j.IN CI. Aim is, nun 1 ishco cvcnv SATunoAV  MOHNINr..        MAHtD     fttHC     TO     ANY     PA (IT   Of*    THT  womlo  ron no   cents   pch   month;   ig.oo   pch  vcaii.    *ovctnntnc iutcs : 111.00 net* inch each  IMSCNTION ;    IICAUmr.   NOTICES.    3 0   CTNTS  A   LINT  ?�� I'CIAl    FtATi:S  OH    APPLICATION.  I  JOB PKINTINO :  m il L ",t I\W. I'OSTcnS, '     VISITING   CAROK  Lr'iin.m.os, PROGRAMMES,       ETC.,  CTC.  oimt.Hi   oiiomptu   rxccUTio.  PH1CCS    MODCniTC.  Till.,   All.IN   C|,A1.M     I'l.'HMKlUNCi   Co.  vincial Legislature has been petitioned to make an appropriation  towards next Fourth of July cele-  braiion here. I admire American  patriotism-; but, Sir/ this appears  to me to be mere gall. Why celebrate the American day when it is  to Canada they owe the bread threat. Canadian.  A, ('.   HlKSCIII'Kiai.   I'liUI'lllKTOII.  ./a.mi'..s Suirmis, -Manackk.  Saturdav,  Nov.   26,  1904.  .   The citizens of-Atliu have a duty  to perform tonight which is  of the  ���  utmost   inipoitauce    to   every   one  living in this cam p.     Fortunately,  we have   been   exempt   from   fires  such as other Northern camps have  suffered  from, but the   pioneers of  this district can .never forget the experience of  1900, when   the   B. A.  *���   C.   property   and   all   the  adjacent  building were .wiped out  by lire on  a   Sunday   afternoon.      The   fires  which   have, occurred   since   then  have  only been   isolated  instances,  which   have   not   served to   excite  the  community 10  a   sense  of the  danger amidst which they live, and  the result has been   that  our local  lure   Brigade   is   not   upheld   as it  ought to be.    Tonight the citizens  are called   upon   to   appoint one of  their    number    to    make    it    his  boun'deu duty to  watch   and   ward  against the danger of fires and who  will be capable if occasion arises to  handle the work in an efficient manner.     It requires no far-sightedness  on the part of the intelligent population of Atliu  to   know that  from  amongst themselves they can select  a man perfectly capable of performing the duties, if they are prepared  to encourage him   to   do  so.    For  the last  five  years a volunteer fire  chief   has   been   appointed,   but it  cannot be expected that a man who  has got another   business to attend  to can devote his   time  and   attention   to   the   important   duties   of  guarding the town from  fire.    We  hope   there   will   be a good attendance of the citizens tonight to show  their interest in the matter.  Rev. Thos. Jenkins of Ketchikan  was shanghaied from that place on  the City of Seattle'on one of her  south-bound trips last month. He  boarded the steamer to see some  friends. When the parting whistle  blew he hurried, on deck, but the  boat had left the wharf. To all his  pleadings to be reumied to land,  the captain informed him it was impossible. . Rev. -Mr. Jenkins now  prays that the com t award him  such a sum as it sees fit, as balm lo  his wounded feelings and recompense for the personal outlay which  the unexpected and ��� unde'sired  ocean  voyage entailed. '  Xmas and new year -Preseiws.  WHY BBS!) OUT WHEN  YOU CAN GET UOUDH AS C1IKAP 11 EKE ?  Atlin, Nugget and   Grape   Rings  and nil kinds of Jewelry manufactured on the premises. - '  Finn  New Stock  of   Watches,  Clocks, Jewelry   and   Diamonds  Wutclics from $5.0(1 up.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand tainted China, Souvenir Spoons.  JULES EGGERT & SON, atUN and discovkry,  WATCHMAKERS  AND   MANUFACTURING  JEWELERS.  J.   H.   RICHARDSON,  ATLIN   A.   DISCOVERY.   �������� !   Hockey .Sticks and Skates, etc.,  at C. R. Bourne's.  Stoves and Hardware ai. prices  that can't be beaten.���J. 1). Durik.  NOTICE.  ���RJOTIGI! is hereby given that Sixty days  after date I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for permission to purchase the following  described land situated in the Atlin District,  viz.:���Commencing' at a post marked F. W.I)  N. K. corner, planted about one mile Northeast of Atlin Townsite, thence Westerly 20  chains, thence Southerly 10 chains, thence  Kasterly 2U chains, thence Northerly 40  chains tu point of commencement, containing 80 acres more or less.  K.   \V.  IlOVLINd.  Hated. Atlin, B. C, October .">th, 1004.  Full Line of Clothing Just From the East  THE   LATEST   STYLES.  Complete Stock, of Dry Goods  THE     LATEST    IN     HATS,     BOOTS     AND      SHOES.  tar-    Gold    Seal   Gum    Boots.  Our Goods are the Best and Our Prices the Lowest.  LIQUOR   LICENCE   ACT.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  Application for Transfer,of Licence.'  rpAKli XOTiCK that I. Fhakois T. Tiiouhh-  ton, of Atlin, B. C, shall apply to the  Hoard of Licence Commissioners at. their  next Meeting for the transfer of the Hotel  Licence, now held by me, to sell intoxicating Liquors in the premises known us the  " Royal" Hotel, hituate on Lot 7, Block 15 of  the Townsite of Atlin, H. G., to Vunn Thot-  man, of Atlin, B.C. <?  Patetl this 15th day of November, 1804.  Phascis T. Thoughton,  By C. Dubois Mahon, his Agent.-  NOTICE.  ADolication_fq.r_Trans^er   of   Liquor  Licence-  I,  CORRESPONDENCE.  JOhliPH V. ROSE, of the Town of-Dis-  Diseovery,   Hritish   Columbia,   hereby  apply to the board of Licence Commissioners  for u transfer of the Hotel Licence now held  by John Walters, to sell intoxicating Liquors  under the provisions of the Statutes in that  behalf, in the premises known and described  as the "Gold "House, Discovery, situate on  Main Street, Town   of Discovery,  to commence on the first day of January, 1905.  My post ottice address is : Discovery, H. G.  The name and address of the owner of the  premises proposed to bo licenced rnre :  Joe  P. Rose. Discovery, B. C.  Dated this lftth day of November, 1904.'  Joe P. Rose.  Signature of the holder of the Licence :  John Woltkks.  WANTED  MEN   AND   WOMKN   in   this county  and  adjoining   territories,   to    represent    and  advertise an old established house of soiid  financial   standing;.     Salary   to    men    $21  weekly,  to  women  $12  to  $18 weekly with  .lCxiinnnes ' ndvmitod   euoK   Monday by check  .1;......�� --f,./,m . hpiiiliiiiarters.      Horse    and  huggy furnished when necessary ; position  permanent. Address, Blew linos. A Co.,  Dept. A, iMonun Hldg., Chicago, III.  THJS HOTEL IS STOCKED WITH  THE   BEST   OF   GOODSp  Sam.  Johnstone,   Pron*  Balmoral fioieL  MILLER & McLAREN, Proprietors,  DISCOVERERS  OF  ATLIN.  Our Dining-Room Furnishes the  Best Meals in Camp.  NOTICE.  NOTICE.  Application  for' Transfer  of   Liquor  Licence.  FINEST    OF    LIQUORS.  GOOD   STABLING.  Dixon   &.   Schulz,  Proprietors.  Application  for  Transfer  of   Liquor  Licence.  Phi' Claim  is n.it responsible lor views ex-  pri.*si>d by correspondents.]  Discovery, K. C,  Thursday, 24th Nov.  Mr. Editor :  ( am greatly perplexed : Perhaps  E niif. ot your readers can inform  me as to which flag we aie under���  the Ameiican or Canadian. Perhaps some of our enterprising  cousins have had a lip from President Roosevelt that Atlin is within  the pale of Uncle Sam and consequently 1ms been celebrating the  American Thanksgiving Day.  Why is it, Sir, that the better  sense of our American cousins cannot display itself in saner channels  thauthe passing over of the Canadian Thanksgiving Day to the  glorification' ol" the American.  There is an old saying, " When in  Rome, do as the Romans do," and  it behoves these'Yankees to act accordingly.  \\'e shall hear next that the Pro-  j- MRS. A. M. MILLER, of the Town of  '-", Discovery. Hritish Columbia, apply to  the Hoard of Licence Commissioners for a  transfer of the Hotel Licence now held by  \V. A. Anderson, in the premises known and  described as the "Halmoral" Hotel, Discovery, H. C., to commence on the first day  of January, 190.").  My post olticc address is : Discovery, Ii. C.  The- name and address of the owner of the  premises proposed to be Licenced are : Mrs.  A. M. Miller, Discovery, I!. G.  Dated this lath dav of November, 1S04.  Mks. A. M. Mll.LK.ll.  Signature of the holder of the Licence :  IV. A. AndeusoN.  Per Waltku Owen, Chief Licence Inspector.  "yV-Ii. R. B. Dixon and Louis Sciium, of the  Town of Atlin, Hritish Columbia, hereby apply to the Hoard of.Licence Commissioners for a transfer of the Hotel Licence  now held by J. G. Cornell to sell'intoxicating Liquors tinder the provisions of theStat-  utes in that behalf, in the premises known  and described as the " Nugget" Hotel.Dis-  covery, situate on Main Street, Town of Discovery, to commence on the first duy of January, 19U5.  Our post office address is : Atlin, H. C.  The name and address of the owners of  the premises proposed to be Licensed are :  Dixon & Schulz, Atlin, H. C.  Dated this 15th day of November, 1904.  R. H. Dixos,  Louis  Schulz.  Signature of the holder of the Licence :  J. G. Cons km..  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-C I, ASS R EST A U R A N T  IN  CONNECTION.  Hetidtiuurters  for Dixon'���  htn<r��.  Northern Lumber Co,  Limited*  Notice to Delinquent Co-Owner.  NOTICE   OF   FORFFITURE.  NOTICE.  Application   for Transfer  of   Liquor  Licence.  j      MRS.   THOS.   HINOHCLIFEB.nf  Taku,  ''    Hritish Columbia, apply to the  Hoard  of Licence Commissioners for a transfer of  the Hotel Licence now held by Francis G.  Asbton.iu the premises known and described  as the "Dawson " Hotel, Taku, H. G., to commence 011 the first, day of January. 1UJ5.  My post ollice address is : Taku, B. C.  The name and address of the owner of the  premises proposed to be Licenced are : Mrs.  Thos. Hlnchclilfo.Tiiku, B.C.  Dated this 15th day of November, 1E04.  MltS. Til OH. HlNCHCLIi'FE.  Signature of the holder of the Licence :  KiiANcas G. AsuroN.  Per Waltku Owen, Chief Licence Inspec tor,' l&-10-'0l]  To C. A. Goddakd :��� You are hereby notified that during the years 1901,1902, 111011 and  19U4. the undersigned lias expended more  than $11)0.01) in labor and improvements each  year mentioned above, on the Gold St ah  Mineral Claim, situate on the west shore of  ' Lake lienuctt, in the Cassiar District, li. C,  in which mining claim you own an undivided  half interest as shown by the notices of location and record in the mining records of  said District.  The said labor was performed ns and for  the annual representation of said claim for  the years above mentioned as required by  the mining laws of British Columbia, and  that $100.00 being the amount required to  hold said claim fur each year.  You ure further notified that unless at or  before the expiration of 90 days after the  first publication of this notice you contribute your proportion of such expenditure as  Co-Owiier, to wit: the mm of $200.(10, together with the cost* of advertising this  notice, your inti rest in the claim will be  forfeited to the undersigned Co-Owner, who  bus-made such expenditure, and will become  his property in the manner provided by law.  Dated this 25th day of August, 1U04.  R. It. Pbden.  On and after the 23id. of April,  1904 and until further notice the  following will be the pi ices of Lumber.  Rough, up to S inches, $40.  do        do      10      ,, 45.  do        do      12       ,, 50.  Matched, $50.00  S. D. $5.00 & D. D. $ro. extra.  12Yi per cent discount will lie allowed for cash at time of ordering.  Atlin Lodge, No" 15,  meets second and fourth Wednesdays of each month, at 8 p. m., at  the A. O. U. W Block, Third Street.  Visiting Brothers are cordially  invited to attend.  ;F. W. Dowling,  ' Master Workman.  E. M. N. Woods, Recorder. ���^t<riii&rtwntt��Kx^+~z*f'r��� g^^  warwOwicsiai^'Pf^ejji^Wsr-^-j���ljx1^  ��. ^MVilp^l*^ ��*.*��,.���y^j^jj. WiJW|  - "'I  '/*v.  ATLIN,  B. C,  SATURDAY,   NOYEMHER'-'G,   1*04  ATLl'iN      TRADING      QOiVlRAINV,      Ltd.      Importers   and  General ��� Merchants.  h  Staple   and   Fancy   Dry   Goods, Ladies'   Underwear,  Ladies' and Gent's Felt Slippers, Men's   Underwear.  Ready-Made   Clothing. Boots,   Shoes, Etc. ~m]lh  We carry a full line of the celebrated Gold Seal Rubbers and Overshoes-  ��OOIlH  M1TMVBHKU   I'KO.Ml'TliY  ON Till!  OKIlKKS.  tm-.  0  ur stock of Staple, and Fancy Groceries  is larger than ever and all at close cash prices.  Remember every article we sell we guarantee to be first class.  A. S. CROSS.' Pn��s.  A Hot Fire Meeting.  " It was worth.a dollar to be at  that meeting," was the comment  of one citizen, on the steps of the  Court'House after the fire meeting  held last Saturday evening.  The meeting itself was representative, the Court House being  crowded to the doors, even the  members of the Chinese Reform  Association being' ' present. The  meeting got qpiickly down to business and several fluent speeches  , were delivered by our leading citizens. Mr. Stables, president of the  Board of Trade, was voted to the  chair. Rev. V. L. Stephenson acting  iis secretary.  The chaiiman, in opening, gave  a clear and concise statement of the  reasons for calling the meeting, and  of the importance of the question of  fire protection.    On  the   motion of  Capt! Hathorn, the   secretary   read  letters from the  four   following ap-j  plicauts   for   the   position  of   Fire I  Chief: Capty R. C. Damon, at $25  per month ;  W. J. Smith, formerly  fire chief'of the Inverness, Scotland,  Fire  Brigade ;   Win.   Bar trim,   for  several winters  fire   chief  of   the  Volunteer Fire Brigade at Quesnel;  and   Bob.   Webster,'who  'is   well  known in this DistricL-  .   The financial  aspect oi the-i>osi-  tion   was.then   considered, and   in 1  answer to enquiries, the  secretary  stated that $4.8   was  subscribed by  the merchants and business houses  and $25 by the Government towards  the paying of the salary of the night  watchman and   towards   incidental  expenses, and that private residents  contributed   practically nothing  to  the   Fire   Fund,   and   incidentally  pointed  out that a majority of the  fires hi.d occurred in private houses,  ���and suggested that if the householders   were   asked  to  subscribe,  they   would,   he   believed, respond  willingly.   Thissuggesticu was enlarged upon   by Di. Young, and on  a motion   by our Sheriff, new   subscribers were called   upon  to  contribute to the Fire Fund.    The motion was received with applause by  the old   subscribers, and a list was  passed around   and   $16   more   per  month was assured.  At this junction an amusing suggestion was made   by   Mr.  Beavis,  who evidently does   not  believe in  direct taxation, and was to  the effect  that  the   merchants  pay   the  salary of the   fire chief and charge  it   indirectly   through   their  sales.  This was received with tumultuous  applause,   in   which  the chairman  heartily joined.    The  Government  Agent was heard, amidst the jing-  .  ling   of   keys,   to   state   that   the  Government had authorized him to  grant to the fund an amount equal- i  ling one-half of the sum subscribed:  .   by the citizens, but  not   exceeding:  > $40.    fao,was   therefore assured.  It was  then   proposed   thai, a cora-  . mittee  be   appointed to solicit subscriptions   from   non-present   residents, and the chairman, empowered   bv   a  resolution,   appointed   a  ' committee���Dad' Feiin.   A. R. McDonald, George  Sinclair���for that  purpose.  On the motion   of Dr. Young, a  resolution was passed combining  the position of night watchman and  fire chief at a salary of $100 per  month. ���  In discussing the powei enjoyed  by the night watchman, acting as  special constable, the citizens iin  some pointed speeches made it  clearly to be understood thai the  riotoiis conduct indulged iu at times  by the devotees of Bacchus lnr le-  sliained by the officials.  The business concluded by a motion by Mr. Eraser that a meeting  of all subscribers be held on Saturday, the 26U1, to appoint fiom  among the candidates a Fire Chief  and Night Watchman.  Pine tree  DISCOVERY, H. C.  Tasty   iweiils,    fire   'lii|ii��>r:s   good  cigars, and soft beds, make it n  pleasant home i<>r all  traveller-.  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor  The  Royal  laundry  J&eg .10 AtTiiiounce  tins', '.'-iiey. have ni-  opsrIK.-d hikI ine l.'OW  Teady for business.  They take this opportunity to thank  their former patrons  and respectfully solicit their further  patrpnage.      Mrs. M. FENN, .  E. M. N. WOODS,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW.  IUh taken an Office a* Room 1, Gold  House, l��s��nery. Office Hours-  Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,  from 0 to 8 p. m.  OF     BATHS    .  .'  IV.   BARBER SHOP  F. Shields & Em>v Dukilam.  Now occupy ��heii- new  quarters next  to the Bank of B. N. A.. 1'irs.t Streot.  The bath rooms aro equally as good uk loinid  in  oities.    Private  Kntrance ior laHien.  The'"Atlin Market Co., Ltd,  FRESH, DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY   OF ALL  KINDS,   Dressed to Or<kr.  C.   DOELKER,   Manager.  7"  The KOOTENAI  HOTEL  OPEN    DAY   AND    NIGHT*  THE   DINING-ROOM  IS CONDUCTED  ON   STRICTLY EIK'ST-  CLASS    PRINCIPLES.  OOJLD     I-IO'USil  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  st:rictx;v .hmjkst ai^i  JOE   ROSE,   Proprietor.  ��TAais  i.ivjutr   iv   cONiraciioN.  THE    RUSSELL    HOTEL  DIaCK   "BROTHERS,    Proprietors  Pool    &    Billiads,    Free.  Freiglrting and Teaming j*        Horses and Sleighs for Hii*.  THE ROYAL HOTEL,  V. TfiOTMAN, Wlanaser.  Cornet* Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B.'C   ALASKA   ROUTE   SAIUNGS--  The fallowing Sailings are announced for the month of December, leaving Skagway at <S p. m.:  FiaST  CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION,  OKIK.TST WINIS, UQUORS AND IKiAHS OSE 6(M)BS A SPtCWLIY.  Aiimr.'"  Dec. 10th, 'J5th  For-further information, apply or  wrilfi to        H. B. Dunn, Agent,   .  Skagway. Alaska.  Lake View Group of Mineral  Claims.  SjrCATK IV TDK  ATMS   MlNlNfl  lUVWMiS ill'  GAKsJIAll  DlSTIlICT,  CONSXtiVINO <U'  TUB  Law:   Vn;w, Gica.nu Vikw   asp -I.aht  CllANCllMlNJiJIAt, CLAIMS.    Wjlkki: l.u-  CATBO-niWWKEN  HlUWI ANU ��<ii;i.l>KII  Cheeks, Mouth ok Pink Ghkkk.  ri-UKE NOTIGE lh��t I, M. It. .lainie.son.  ~L njjoi* for iff. H. Known, Free Miner's  Certin^ito h3*,89(>, ami J. M- Dowuinjr, Free  Miner's Certificate lSH,*Sll, and John Woods,  Free 'Miner's Certific*te niM,S02, intend. HO  days from dato hereof to apply to the MSiiinw  Recorder for a Gertilloatc of Improvement  forthepurixtseof olitiiuiiiiir n Grown Grant  of the ubove trronjioC claims: and further,  take notice, that Action, .under section in,  must l���� commenced before the issuance of  such Ci'r<ilic��te of Improvement.  Daicii this l2th d��.v of October. VX4.-  .\l. l{. JAMfKSUN,  K. .\l. G., lfiM..V.I4  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $8,700,000.  Rsskkvu, $3,ooo,-oao.  Branches of t&a Baak at Jeattia,  San Fra.neisc��,  Portlanfi,  Skagway, et��~  ��x��Aan0@ sold on alt Points.  Gold. Dost Porchaswo-  -Assay Ohficu in Connmctioi*.  D.  ROSS, Manager.  VANCOUVER  ENGIKEERINS WORKS, LTD,  VANCOUVER, B. G.  SPECIALISTS   ��N  Sic  00  BBHIIS B*JB  <��  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,, WATER   GATES,  RIFFLE   BARS, STEEL RI VETTED    PIPE, ,  HOISTS,       MINING   CAGES     and'    ORE   CARS.  ���MADE   TO  SP��(CiIjML  D����2GN���  Write   for prices   and  cisUso  BW��^r i*rr*    r- iy "t?*^ , ^ J  -"fX2a>33.?ZS  Z.1V     _    ���j. :-'b -bbbV,  f-:-:f  Xi&'^Citt^'^r^^^1^^^  ATLG  C.'," -SATVRDAY,-'���'���/NOVEMBER;; .b^-ybrgo^'  |j5;''"��7'y  JSy*-"' y  i?��fyb^.  ay-:;  3777;  ^byy  Localb Event  Do'n-H bfor��c,t bL'Iic;;'��� concert', 'a;  id  Sieial at;-bhebPre  by  terian Church,  -Discovery, Saturday night. 7-���" ���',������'     '������.  ;.bTiie:Sp;rpce,Creek.C;h;ci^sLra,will  :gi ye a G rail d'.' 15 a lip n ^ I o bd a y h'2 6111  December,,  biybtlie'G randy Hotel,  ���'.���Further.-'' partieuiars\next  Atlin.  week.  At.;, tbcbb;Thuiiksgi.viugb.; Uu'key  shoot at The Nugget   011  hurst'lav  therebvabJ keen   cpni petition,; an  'tti  e;event'pro\  ;d;  yreacsucccf:  ���MessrsbFal Blind bBrown.ol bou.der  woh.fi vi  one   went   to; .0  turkeys)) elween  ,th cm  prucP  Creek���:;"  won rive  fi v.e  :ch.ic'.kens,7b.'n't the remain;  ���Di*  kes  a  ner,AvercbipL;;anpWedto leave:  7cbvery:b;-;.:y b:.b: :byb';y;yyyby  7yMeD.oiib!,a' s7 Grocery -.",. ma  "s pec i ii It yd f ires 11 eggs a nil Bui ter."  bb;\\H)i;k'"' .oiYb ;;fn3cbvei;!\--yyS!cbl.iiig  Rink is l>ehig:pPbheu,tp epnipleiion.;  be bi tbabuf alio the ibbf  A'"l  ���i'uui Ik  mi.uinu  r size is being b 11 ill.  ::Fo'r   German. So>:.  '.'G loves b-.a lid  ;ir'm';:U'uderw'ear,- ..-try.;'-Pillman'  Death of /Wv-F. Northey  y\Vc :ai',e 7grieve(iy to record the,  de;ittydf:fMr.;AybG. Noibbeyy-wliich;  took, place ya 1:1 hey.'Hospital';, after  a. short,'sickness'������\vhich.'}..t;eVininated  iubiPiuprrliage.pf .the' luiigs. ���'- yAl.r.  'N0.1 theyyonlybirrived --> 1 ir Allii! ��� :a  few;monthk;aiiO,;ai  icPhi  isuseiieni-  ployed as blacksmith; with 'Messrs.  lrler:; Greek,  o.  isou  Black, b&bC  Previous bbbeoining   here;, .lie; was  ���working;:-.-hi  .1  on  heyMXy Sicker ;biinips  AbibcotiyerylMaiiciyaiiciyiiiC b reeiib  ���pdb'By;C7y;-'Mi  1111 J  >.P.p(.iv W.iip  lias known linn nianv.\-eaiy,' sneaK  .)'fyvtj.i'e'''.''.d'ecea'rifed';.'.:>vs.' l$'i m's:  ���maiL  blby high _'���.���;��� prii;oipJ  chai'iicle.i;, :beit)>;  ed-bv. a!!/wlip-ki  ayhalivp  andy sterling  lpveil.biiidyresi.'Cel.-  lew hini.   ��l!e.  ..of ���Corn w:a 1.1,7 England',  iVliei e"' Tie   hbivesbi'ypii'e;  bi'ild '  ami. -L'.Vi'i  t:ei;i--r:i'gii:l;pt u yyii^ppyypny-.0!  uvo byeiirb; of yjvye.y.y 1M1 e7i'pdyy\v:!,s  iii.lenedb i!ib-Thc; -All iiiy;Cemetei-y  veslenlav: y; 77' b7v'b ^:!':"  ;Mrs7j.:T  Itn'beftbYaiicoiurer  jNoy  lib ;ior:  TorOMloyyan  T.bwil  retiirn .to Atlin'  with .the opening  of navigation.  ���Baths���-S.a.  .urduvsb.pnly,���al.  the O.  l-iarPer c^nop  Sb.  lie  cents;.  :Vy TDu ring, the .past'week  ^,050 ylhsv  of'mail 'arrived   in1 A tlinyatid   the  energv.displav  ���ed-  bythe 'mail caib  ;riers'wili':H6p,ii bring 611 r,nia.i,l';up.tp  ydate..yyyy":7b'b-!y;byyy;.;b; v^fi^'-^.iu-  ��� Best soc.bueais in  town   can "he  luKbatyUeyRt  tssel������: lyipic  i, tprepa  red.  ;by.Gus . llr'utiiehy tile labium;; dieb  .Mr?  i c k<s' a ri'i ved , on " ' i ui esd a v  Notice. ���toy'Di-iitc  Youfbjicliifes taken iii vi  d fifty  ���oi'i'-bv 'vo:n':��� cubitijv-TT-.a't>d  urodPPeii  on;. p'o.st-ca'rds ,  Clir.isl.iiias;y,ii  .i-ibsei,i(l7.ypuT  t'riend  hie; ;.;S-ibop;y,:per,'ydoj:  ieiid01 ueHuo.Ti!k;;.'V'j;;Lix St.g:  mo.  Kji-rana  -iHbybnh^rni  bbieyVtlin'Ciirlii:<yCl:  .,^>  M  h.  r#.  <&)  E3  yKiS.  r%  ��7'3  iM%J^  i  mwm  m  \$���?m  :Gai-rYy; iiothbiueb-blit btlie^^est  :quci]it:ie^.s:'y;  ���QFOGeiyieS:  El I'l  wm  irriiicl:  .0  I  ffiat;  cad ..y,L>eyyp;rG-:  :;yyy,y CUTed:);[oryt  fe".-':Galiy:an  i  ore ;du}biiigyj;qlT  ri-  ��I'^^  )THEm^&m-STB��M  m  V-  -Vf*  &,.s  W- ...,  ...  V.-A  &  1 jr* r-..;. ���:������.. / ,1  wm  ^mm^m  vr/.  1  wmm  $&���  ������SMiiy.  ���a:  T  UViyab  I'teibAbigiistyisbiinyi:uiiitilbbirtlieyuiPLice.bivbbbllPWiiig wiil;.  be the bates j'Pfbighlsb; .acc6;iiuts..ppijcctlbleyin()htiily;  ;!.vLEGT:!-ilC'7 LIGM'fbyRA'fES:  'Instaihitioh,  tJ-G&LC'irsio ''#0yi'S7v:"ifac��02f/escc^^^  -;Q7t.)eiv.;Iig  .Ti i'Ji), j  hby  "; i-M  ml  m  ��y ^i   - -by; ���  ���'"." '���-:.   77-77  '; ;y,-''-.;ry-y; y ;.'������: ".���: -���:���.'"-. , " ^.yy-y ;���;-'���>;" ���.';-���/' *-*.&��.*��� '-* -        :,-.-.������.-.:,_/- _._���.������,;.;���,���.-_-.-;;; :-;;^,���. .���.--���������'-       .-���  7.    ;A'll ���buriiebl-oui briblackened, lainps^v  iVee piycTitu^byif;brought l,p tlieCpmpaiiy'stHtice,  urp.Keu pne.'* w  ill  ;be cl  large  :Vi  or "at',?;o. cenls;eac!  MGDERNbSTEA!\t.yLAU,NDRY:IN G0NiM�����l::I(^  \t".-Siii.:Htix'i)i.Eii7Ciii.-.  i:KC'J'i'vli'-A. IJBlii'.VKB.EUi  its'Skaliiig Kiiil.  UK;' Ol|  M  .'Sth'.driV'.ot Ndveuilx;i:. at;  i);writ P,;en  oinlav,: ilie  .A  iii<Z lit of-fun,  ree:.-'toi,'.'al  30.0.111;  7.-, :Conie  ami; n  ave7a,;gPod;ytini  ^erisPubieketsyniaybi'pW'i.Hi;  bind  Tiioriiiug alongw'i'llibfpe 'I'alinire.;  ; ;;PiVhnuiv & Co-bare agaiiy ipy.tl  ironl 'w'bh -a.' ftillliiic of Xmns'i'ov  Lfroniblie Cpin_:uitte;of.;^faiiagemetif  l;Jres?rsyyDb'RVibjV '   5tubl(  TT7T<i;c!i3Rlsp!i  s,;'dry from;ylie; Rink  ftl<ex,yM r. T >;>n. S111iiyaii'.  ���c:!s;;etc...y'."."���.v'b.:."'71  ;\fr7SundAls,   therei  irestttilativf  of  Kellv;'.'' Douglas;& Go.  \bui-  ;r, who lias been   villi   us   fo;  cou\  some time, icive's,  IMbnday niorning.  .or   ti  e  coasr o;  -Mr'.  ���Miitthew;  who    has  be'eii  confined to   the; hospital   for   soibf  time, etime out on 'Wednesday:'.'.  ..Save   I'uel--l.ty    going bo   J:   D;  Duvie's   for    Door; unci    Window  Weather Strips.  .-.'. 'J.im . .Felherstoiihaugh..' and    Al.  Spiersbeft Ibr;WilsonyC  rce!-;, on  ri  In; lit  M'g   li ip  B, C.IIeater!  -at.Dune's.  I.ast.Tliursd:.  best ni tiie uiar  ket  i\y Pfiuo;  A  mencan  Thauksyiviiig Dav'', .Mr..'D.K'.,'Mc-  rh  brj i'-;^r^;3'yLn;CT';7b:7: C^^^vI5---b B ;T;P; '^  y lL^_%bb>:lJ S.��fcZ5 ������'7.;';^WvlbiE k-J::&&u  VI .Ik.^L'?J;*>^ h%J-:. y.;;y'�� Li-SJ?.;  ^tnrsvAb:  ;IJ..  if  L::  V^'IiJinsnbb  i.7;_7(.l  b-bb ii  Ii  ATLfN .bbB-bbG,  &  ;hej f-  ���.!.#��   ''���������il^^vJi:3tvJ3'3L.'  IT LIN";- ii.-vLV  S^P5  ^.a-  Ai-iM   i H i: iv  \-V f.l  T;ln anc! Grs  nko Vv are.  rui'C  ".os'i.-Lnri  A'tiiib  fv'tiners' nad Klr.ckesriithy' Si  7C;E am:  Winr'-o'.  ii :?:.��>��"  ���b'vOP  per Pov  tiikt  en ami  .|>;ouns'��u -o.il. vios  .^4.00 per..p.<  i.rger-numbers.  reduced   prices  t���_.��� 1  Characteristic sets ofAtliiiAviews:  11 argil  etc,���-..A 11   at ..popii-l'ai'  AL'FRE'D ";"C'A"R'M.rCI-IAE'r,  MA  iVAOI-R  WM&MizmX  A'lM'.TS,  Dpi  ivc'a   turkev   dinner  Tmszsz��!] &s32��&-&3fP :@3&*  several'.of his friends;- 'y '������'  The latest magazines and Papers  ���are always on hand-at Pullman's.  '������'Mr. A.  sick li.-ty  McDoiiahl   is on   the  W  c are picnsei  It:  thai   Gor  don   Dixon   i^  aiiaiii alter   in  Pie   to   ho   tu'oui  dd  no   seveia.  i'iiiiis ontl S;icr:il:cet5r)ns for St  !ly<!rii��llc P.'.iats oa <i?i  , f/ts   ! /.?"!&, ti  STt..  mww : mwiLM  (���i   ���������>    A  %mm wmmfm  W-f  5fli-/.  ' X". ;|  'I  Mr-. ir^KUittsi I-;  M.:-^W--^  ?!iT.P4Vib  i7t  YV,  r.it  A v��-. * .1.  Piiillk  ���b; ;"-' by:.;,;/ AlT,r.N,b.B.bC:b;;y;.;b'' b:;.y yyb;bb;;y.;b^^^  .vr .:by^;;..yy-by.y 'a?^^    bSM A LL'   AN 1.)  'LARGE :.'.0'R.I;')ER-3 ''.yPROMPTLY    FfI,LED.  <m-  Iii Lj ��2       ^-5^ r-j1^/^-^a,!   >j silis''       S:i.su';i>'   u   lii_ eL.     r^  ���<i::i a-loveta .nno  I: C. GHMSTIA  8��Z:i&tiUII��3. M��jT��a  FINEST EOGIPPED  HOTEL IN THE NORTH, " ' .',  EVERYTHING' CONDUCTED IN   PIRST GLASSY' ANNHIi:  '��?/;- to-fBist��   Rcstasarant' in ��� Ga^encGtu'L ���������:  FRED, WRONG, . Msr.  a;cr.  rHhc\i  M  mm  m  0��W.  <"?���> --  l>  'Con��eiiia>it to Afciis-> oi1 Discovoi'y.  COIiMCIi    IMUST   AVlCNUiC   AND. DLSCOVKK  V ,S'l'It ICiC'f,   A';��� I  ".IKJCKSsidH  TH  M. ?  V_/;  FY I  ��ov��r.iM i!i--_i=*;^s 3^r_;z;  J��,i.,  & '7..tVi  H OF S-  Kur :-A <-:<i >jnt        v  'ii^rJ-6,;  aifft  S ii  sPi  b I  .ts,   L'hon  bb^^/;:  ���M.'E  l'r   .ip"'.! 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