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'.'- ^-London*'-Nov; -i'si���It:;-has/;;beeu;  *.*. :made*:kupwii���'iH^this.*;'*cityi:'today, thai;  ^.vthe ��� Marquis..;Ol'vDow.iishire;lias.:fiu-'  ���;,-ally ^agreed to; sell all v. of liis -lands iii;  v Countyv Down,*', Ireland, ;tb:tlie;.teii-!  ^v-aiits;7.;.Tiiis estate;is^the-Vllargestduj  ; -Ireland;'" -   v *    -���-;'";��� ''-:-:;;;*'v*;*-'-.;,:**'���;'������;;/'.''.;  ������(:v London, ;:Npv. .23.��� It .is;khown  ; * in. vfiiiancial Circles* vtlnit;;the ^'ne-w  '���'.. Japanese : loan y' for '*; " :$i .asi'ooo'^opb,'*  V which at present isbeiiiguegotia-  ���ted, will,*be allotted , and -Issued  01*1  . Nov.' 28H1.,v Of the; new loan the  -.   Rothschilds of Paris will take sixty-'  : two million dollars worth, London  capitalists, will take thirty-one million dollars worth, and the remain-'  lug tliirtyVUvo million will be divided between New York and Ger-  ' lnaiiinonev-lenders.      ��� .  ' ,-'Madrid,    Nov.  23.���In   Spanish  -.official-'circles it is expected that  'King Edward of -.England will pay  King Alfonso a visit in this city  some time next May. ,  :.*'; VairAnda, 15. C, Nov. 23.���TI12  store building with all its contents  ownud liy Capt. Magucsens at this  place \vas. totally destroyed liy fire  ���yesterday afternoon. The loss is  ���fully $10,oop.  Winnipeg, Nov. 23.���It is reported in this city that the Hon. Clifford  .Sil'ton will shortly succeed the Hon.  ;IV]'r.V;McMim  fe i'l ip r {o f.*.*Mii 1 iiloba -)y ::y~yy yl: y-J;.  V'vvSePnl,^  .was^'cfeai.ecl^in/v'Km  ;m��i>t:;ch;;c,!es.ftp^  >dl*pi.'e>/gp'\*6yi,iVncff  ^ssaSsi iiated ff-lipcp^iiseS'alSwjority^pf  I^V-^vJ-^ijHiiet'^;;!^  t|ie;;;lerins^ \yiiich;^Uie^Ja:]ianase;Cii-  Jy'o)' s ;d e iii al id ed;froui"f Korea1;; *&&:��;:.  ||;M:;<Viri^  coj ii iii iiii tj ha si*)) e e 1 \0\ used;iii;Spa:nish'  oil i ljtary::.ci icfes y;A>y-:-.i iie&Hjinist^r^cif  .war,:;\yi^  eniiiieiitvifPr:-:':fi'v&^^  ��ioh.v-ip,;:-cb\'efvvthe ?pui"chase���*of;two.;  'll li iVcb^ed':(hewlTap idffrre-a-fiel d yg in 1 s  : fbrvthe ;ar in y W::yWyyif<i yy!:yyyy;  ^Pjiri^ v.Npy;r^|^  ^iifkey's:*;-rep1)'V-tpKth  'iiuitinn7;:;pf;^the  manded:tlie';uistitn^  ;ineli;t:';::;pf*vthe;'-refprm  ,'Mfic^el01 ifeJj'Coiife;ins;���?:a.ywar 1 iing to  ^hev;|effept^:tha t��i f vtiiejppwersiresort  ;tp;a;iiavM'*v;dem^  ;stanUnp)>lG;;;;it^mayvresrilt iii' precipi-  itating**y'aii?in teriial- '11 prisiti g-J 6 f-;Mii s-.;  ���suluieii^fgg^  This^replyj^which^  ,an;anteVided*;tm*eatvp^  ���the^Su-lta.hJaiki ln'-s.vgp^rnmeut.'inis'  *giy.eiV;a;*5erious;;turii^;to^  'uegoti'itipiisH'v/vvrVvjV:-;^?'';^^  vv:;Tokib,vvNpv;v -S^i-r^Thei'iMai-qiiis'  Itp::twas'::..^ightly itijured--while on  the ^streetv;-*berp;"^lod^r'ljyT^beiiig,  s.triickiy;with;;';'.a':;'-''stone'I^^  'tlirown fi-oiiiv.amongst:"a;'crowd: :of  jdisbrderly: Koreans.;; v* ::; '.���  ;;'::Londbii^^v.:v22].t*^i  wel 1-i 11 far ni ed'" ��� pol it ical'?: c i rc'l es v tha t  parliauientvvill dissolve atVa-n**early!;  date; 'and : appeab. to ;tli;e ,-coiViitry.[  Premier'Balfour is lexpacted, to .talt'ei  tui^early PppoTtuintytp^;;place1,y;his[  resi gnatioil.; ������in ;;;the;; haii*ds;pf: Kin  Ed ward. ���.',-;.   y:'! vj;'-'���">        ';'...    v ';'��� ��� 'v;v  .;^;*::'.'..;.;;;;:,vvgenk��at.;;:^  wlMievvfirstv .number;vof.the;Alberta;  official .Gazette appeared oiiNov." 15.'  : R. P. -vMorris,-'. '-general; baggage;  agent of,the C.P.I Railway, .'died, in,  Montreal last week.w * ������*.* *;  V.King George .and Priuccand Princess Nicholas,"of.Greece, paid King  iCdvvard a visit last week..  --   -' *   - . '" .' ,������''"-     f  From Halifax 'Comes the ne.ws  that a head less; body was found on  Round Island in Glace Bay, Cape  Urelon, 011 Nov. 16th.  A Christiana deapatch states that,  by an .immense vote and majority,  Prince CharlesofDenmark has been  elected King of Norway.  Hon. Raymond Prefoutaine, Canadian minister of marine, will leave  shortly for England to -discuss -plans  for Canada's navy and'militia.  The 'Canadian Pacific Railway  company has agreed to pay the city  of Winnipeg #25,000 per year for  protection from fire of its property  within.that city.  Chief of Police. MacParlanc of  Paris, Ont., 'mysteriously disappeared last week.   Not having turned in  a^cousidbi-able ;;;rimou^^  :\vhich:dKid.bc*:eii-cpllectc(l;; byvhitiris:  giye.ir:as:Hhc^i'easpii.vVv;;;*:;v;r'';v  ^vv.\*;ipl.et;pelci^  tori a v c 11 i! d ,i [ was;. B u i;ii eel; to ;c! ea t h-al  n-ervparc'nt^  -Nov;'* 1-3th:;:: ���Heriinglitgowu caught  ���in'c.:.rtsj;slie'',was.^'pr��*p  -^;;J-;.;li:-v-RogerSf:i'ageiit;;pf^^  :'I'ass.':*cp.uipaii)>,*-.a^  advised;^  Office vat^Van'Miiverv'to'vipre  a.ii vvbiprecedeiited .rush-vof;.!tpiirist's!  next;SUininerV.rv';-::"vv:.v::;:v:::i.;.v^vv  vvv A - ";:^Viii.ii ipeg! vdespatcli^say s.'*; th at  air by al;:a u to tin'bile^f rack .ii 58;; iii i les-  jn;icii;cuirifereuce^v.tpuciii!ig;tHa  ancl;;PorUige;la]PHiinev:;willi.be  jiext^Jywu-v ;."VIt:v;;\\dli;;copl;;;f5oo;oa^  whicb;\\'illrbe;supp!ie^  ca pi talists.'v;'v';v y ���;:-���;���; ;;:';���: ���V;*i;*i:^:;;,;*.*'::���>:���.  '": ��� A tj v:Sk agwayvdast;*; :w^kvvA-v;;*;B:i  ;Seiita;vJincl;;Mp,sc:s vRaiiisi-vtlievtwo.  1Aihericjihvsoldiers-'whpi':sbn.ie^,^^^  ago;hekl-'iip; aiid cobbed: a;nsl.i'ei;uiah  at;theItpWM;vpfi:Haiiies^v  itenced.ib :i;x; aiid ho!,years:;.im'prison-.  .uient-rres'pecUve!yvJ";;;;.';;Si^  i. y&i -; Giirvv.G rpss;' '--cleiipa tch-;|to^ vvth e  ;Whitehorse*Star'*:Says vtliat-vaftervifii  pr61ongedUllness:Tagish:Gliarlie,yaiv  iliuiian; w-eii;^knov.*nv;tli roughontvilie'  Xnkpu ;aud,}Atlin vdistricts; died at'  "thatVplace.; on.vSuuday*,:.N6y:[1.2th^  from consuinjitioli'.;;:*vVvv .��-;���;��� y^yy  .;-���.,'A.Loudoii despatch of Nov..; 17th  sMj\s:-v-IciiigvEdwardtrippecl.and. fell  while out. with'.a'vsliootiiig.'.party iii  Windsor- forest )*esterday, -severely,  spraining -one ;of his an*kles. ,.He'  was: 'renipyed,-to*, the;castle but-the  shooting :w.aS';cpnUu lied.- .-,.-r        ;.':'.  A recent St.. Petersburg .'despatcli'  says tliEft Poland* has.made a strong,  appeal hot -to.*.'. be .separated froin  Russia as she, fears ,-beiii'g"' gobbled  aip',vby7.:.Germaiiy.*'.''''*''*In concliiciiug  the*-despatch; states- thatvav dictatorship for Russia is probable.'-: *..;;';  -AvParis vde5 patch "says -that v;re-  pbrts ;���;.which" 'have-"beeii "vi-eceivecl-  there: from the live -French iiaval  ports show, .tliat fbrty.'per vceiit.'. of  the ���employees' of the government  arsenals quit work last week.. 'Brest,  was 'tlie���'-'only* *.place* -..where- .any.  trouble occurred.   '; ' " y   ;���  At Puebec.last week (he Is'an.k of  Montreal demanded 'the assignment,  of Carrier,; I/ane & Co., .manufacturers of that city. The bank's'  claim amounts to over $150,000 and.  tlie total liabilities of the company'  are $1,000,000. The business was.  closed down and Gooemployees were  thrown out of work.  At Paris .last week the government ministers sitting in council inflicted fifteen days imprisonment on-  General Brugerne, commander of  the French army, for having ���'���made,  public the details of a controversy  betvveen himself and General Percin,  former'chief of the staff under the  previous minister or war.  Jacob Schiff,. a prominent New  York Jew, was a '^cw days ago informed by Lord Rothschild, of London, that the condition of the Jewish  /Ijepplevnir;/:^  Uianvprevioiisly^^^  ���Uian^'S^  fuuds'-an'd'Jh^  Teally.'.-se.em.s^  ���tOTgrapple;'*,^**^^  -v-vft ^w'isVvgiN'eir'outva  last SaturdayH!.ia't;.the;-poh'cevof;th  city. wei;p,n'ivabl.��; .tO:5ecure;reye:ii;;lh��:;xv  ;sHglitest" c-iue;;;'tp.r tlie'Aisappearaiice:''y'i  ;bif ;vJoli il- 0!y Tisdale^v;jf;-:pTO^  iniuii!g;;m:yii:;v\'lio;amyed;tlifi^^  time^agp-n-biu^Juueaii^Alask'a^  \4y belieyed^tp;;haye;ifeenim  robbed;.,.and; ;his remaiiis;eithei-:;hid--jv;v'  deii;a*way.'pi*:ci-eriiate:cbv;;';Vv;'v  .A.vAtvNev/castle-bu-Tyne;'laaf  :P reiiiit rv; Balfour,;; iii}" ctirv^  :the/;.:Sn^buarv:JInion-::,Conse!-v'aiiy&  asspciati^ii:,v;urged;;the:j!ij*i^  together'-;; ancLvJiglitv'bga  'fp'rejgii;[c6iiipeiitiqiv  tlie'fiscal;|TO)icy}bf;fe  : te rests pfAyorkiughieh^* thpiisands-pf '';;';  ���.wlipiiilie'/'deckire'dt^  account of*;tl)ev mtin)^ cheap; foreign-;;;v;  ���,ers'r;-*'*;frbnii;';-c.Ri*.t;i.i!��'tita  ;udipra! English.*la  ;pe,te;ahd.;:;li.'ve:';;-:*-;;^v;i^.;^  ;^A;:Bbmb-;iy;-cl���5pat^  'saysi:;':;;The;vEat;l;;^f*TMih(:P'^  ���here'th is?m*orid iig-'aiid "to;da3'-**a8siiiii-*'"^;:  eel fthC';*dii'lies'"-iridf**'*;\d*ce  vice'^I/brd :; Ciii'z6nV:;resigiied^-whp;,;.v;;':;  .��iilJte.a:ve;for:;I..-a;ud:Qn to^brroys.'-'S^'y'v*;  a'biuiciuet'giveiiiast;h:ght,;to ;Iipri:b��� vvi  Curzpn ���-lle;,gaVe;as his r-eaSbiisahtl''���' ;,**;  deleiice.; "for;., resigning:   that*;hp'be-v; .,  lievecUbif the  subordinalioti   of vtlie     .-  in i li ia i* y to*: the  ci v i I power-a u d l h e v  necessity of; consulting-Indiaiv"au- '';*.  thorilies   in.' matters   pertaining- to   .-*..���-  'In'di'a'.s.v't'.'eedf!.*;.*.'..';-.'*-.'.-*;*":.*.''*'- ���'.*.���';*   '-*: ;.;'���;;���';::  /iiriing- -Notes.;  : .'Notnefs; .gold  output ;ibr the sea-:;  spii,*j ust closed was; ,$4,500, poo.,; - -  '  ; ^George .Adams '.\vas.-in'- town   this  week:aiid" reporti;iulus;i!aractivity';  bii".-.McKee creek".; There are. twenty- ;  five.men   at work and they are a 11  hustlers. ; By  next  week  all. pre-;  liniiuen' work will have been finished and sluicing begun'. ..'Adyanlirge,;  lias ;been taken of the'mild wentherv  and the prospects for the; winter are  gobd; v-    ;���'���"' -; " :;  ,;'.'��� Aiuie Sylvester, a Glacier-creek;  miner, left that creek for Dawson  one clay week before last but.. lost  liis"'\v.ay'and after beebuiiiig exhausted from.wandering around, la\* for.  nearly two days in the snow before  being accidentally found by Ilarvey  Robe, He' was then -unconscious  but, with the aid of'llic police; Robe  took him bat  .Glacier where' he' died   in   a  hours.  -'British* -Columbia has* shown a.  .steady increase iii copper' production, and the prospect-, are that it  will' conlimity as preparation:-; arc-  rapidly being made lo further increase operation;-}... In kjoo the output was ���o,,yy/,oSo pounds; 1001.  27,603,���;.].("> pound'.-'; 1 yo2,'20,636,05"  pound:-;; 1903, 34.359.9-' pouiuis..  and* in 1004, ,55,'/ 1 o, t 2:-! pounds.  'Phe' nves generally :-peaking v,\t  low iii grade, the :ivi:rngc'.rcc��v��rf  for the boundary camp l--.eir.g \..}i  percent.; the Ivossiaud e.ut'p, 1. t:  per cent., and for the n'.i*;: dj*.!rictV]  3.C8.iier cenl. .-ATLIN,.  u.   e.  SATURDAY,.   NOVEMBER   25,  1905  VI  Ik Atlin flak.  'jmLl-ATl':IN CJ./MlM  It, ..UDU-i.I-ID  OVW/.SATUnOAV  rv>oim-*NG. mai*....) rt.r.c to any j*��aht or thc  wor.LO for. ri3.cth.TS.   |.,*n  month:   cd.o*>   ���"���"���*���".  VtflU, ADVCr. rlUINWCtArL-B : tl.OO PEH INCH CftCH  IN...-.I.T.ON.J .-.k-rtOlf.'G NOTICC***.* 70 CWilOA LINC.  OP.'CM*.    HATCF.    ON'^.'^LICATJOM.  ��� _ <-.-&���*��-   J0�� WIN-TING :-  IILL....-ADS. fJo&rcn'Jv, vcsirir'r. om.de,  LCTTrH-HtADK, PnOGIl AM M H-*.,        ETC.,   ETC*.  onocns  (H*.owir��ri.v  cxucu*. to..  PHICi*}   mODC.TATr.  Tub Atms Cr.ATJi I'ciiiiiiSiiikc Co.,.Ltd.  W.   Por.i^viin;    CfKiurr.     Unr'niK-MANAiini!.  .MAIL..  0u vSiinday "Big Jack'", arrived"  with twelve- hundred-' pounds, of  mar); having comc-in- by boat from  Caribou*: It rs- very fortunate for  the camp that this trip was made as,  owing'to the scarcity of snow on the  summit, tlie carriers* have-.only been  able to bring what, they coulcL pack  on tlieir backs and' in spile of all  their efforts-mail", was accumulating  at Log;Cabin at a rate that meant a  delay during- thc- whole winter.  However, now that the arrearage  lias- keen cleaned- up there- is no  doubt of; the-carriers-ability to-*keep>  the mail-moving and*, tliera- will be0  some prospect of our Christmas-mail^  reaching; us- during the- holiday  season..  plain- fully the werking of the Aet  and to call'* the attention of school  trustees ��� to the eha-nges- in school  administration that particularly roller to the duties imposed on them.  The-factiruifropposition to fahe Act  that w:i<> attempted by a few persons  ���for political purposes- has dibed out  ���from lack of popular support or  Sympathy and' there- ia no- doubt  'that* there will be a��v earnest dt-sire  'throughout the* Province to ��>ake  'the operation' of the Act as-successful as possible.���j\cu'S**Advei'ti.-ier:  fJ"3*ll  naitesra  wikdvuvx -v  Wuv ar.su hut wiikn vow <:as rn'.T utions ah chis.w jikkk?  Atlin, PJugget and Grape Rings and ��tl kinds ��? Joweiry muiin  Pact-ured mn tl.ij pBoiiiisu.-..  J~ine Now 'stuck or -Watches, Clocks, Jewelry am! Diamonds  Wat-clii"* ffrniM ?."i.()M up. AjiimiI-. I'or Cn-Iiinihui Gramophones.  Sil*ve?ware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons.  IJULES -E66ERT & SON,  ATI.IK   AND)   DISCOVTiKY,  (Safety  Deposit V��ults.  Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewcirs.  They   arc   Waiting   for   You!  ^BB^.t5arsra8ns  m  ; The appeal by the McKee-creek  companies from- the decision of  judge Henderson last year in which  he upheld: the-water rights ��f friii-  'aca & Co. vs. the* McKee companies,, a'-ndi which, was* argued: last  ���April before the full cou-rt, was dis-  ���missed* with costs by I he Iti.l'l- court  huvt weelc. Hy this* decision thc  amendment; to. the Water Clauses  Act introduced by Dr. li. E.' Young  i:r 1903 applies to* both- leases* and  placen claims. '       _     '  mm   Hats ��$isd Cry &����d&,  ****^  y nrwwr aikc-mm-i wt��i�� m��j*��nrfii.w��iwu��*��<*'**'*  Carpels and' Mouse Furnishings.  VVIX-   UNK    0-1' " BOOTS    and    SHOES,.  .also    GOLD    SEAL    HIP    CUM    MOOTS.  A Hist and  G<��  ESEsasv&ry? B. C.  Successors  to J. H. Richardson.  .'Canadian Pacific  Railway Company..  wuuu r*i-K-w-=  ADVERTISING*' ATLIN..  111 tlie October, number of the B.  CD.. Mining JXxGhange' which- has  just reached us appears-a- long article on the- work being carried on  along'Pine Greek, written by-Mrs-.  Dr*. Young. We-quote Ilia-editorial  from.the Exchange* acknowledging  the ailicle::  "This montli we liavethe pleasure  of presenting.our readers- with   Ihe-  promisecli continuation   of Hie-Atlin  articlb,. which appeared:in our August   issue,    from-  the   pen of Mrs.  Rosalind   Watson; Young;  wife* of  Br. Young,.member for-Atlin in the  Ibcali house.     The  present article;  dealing as it does-with operations* on  Pine  Creek,   and.  illustrated   with'  photographs- audi a. diagram; is- of  p.eculk'.P interest, and value, both as  airccord-of the past   season's- work,  and.as an indication of the srsleusive  increase iu development' which maybe looked.for next year.    In 'thanking   Mrs* Young lor   her.  valuable  contribution;   the li-. C. Mining Exchange wishes to express-not merely  its gwii, but its*readers''and correspondents'" appreciation of. the* good,  surv-ios���not lodje estimated-iu dol-  Ihrs and. cents���which   this   lady"s  .public-spirited  ener.oy is  doing  for.  her  liusljaud's ccustituoiioyj'.a constituency   which;    partly,   from   ks>  geographical- reniotcness-and partly  fro mi other  eauhes,. liati- not inlre-  qucutly-received somewhaI* less than  juslice   from   tha   public   and   the  press,"' '  lai- the United States- since v8^$  there ka-ve bean 1.3a1,9.56 m-urrlers*  4i!id homicides-and there have been  ���2,286' executions*. Iln '1-885. 'die  number oG'miu-dess was* r,8��S. 5n  rc-oj}- it find increased to 3*,Slj.*2-.   The.  number of executions in iS8*5 was  io8:. in i.goijillie nitmben was- rrS.  .This- startling increase in ihe-mnn-  jber of murders and. homicides- as  .compared with the-number of executions-shows* plainly bhafe the criminal: hi>ws of the United) Siastes are  not being- enforced1 as they a.ught  to be-.  iimnwi 1 ��� aunii��m��niin��i.in��rr m ���/���h- i,~' ��� 1 ������ ������*- -^i*w��i��ikmjhii  MQUOR   LICENCE  ACT.  ALASKA    ROJJTE   SAILINGS,  jS.. S. AMUR cVcparts-from. .Skagway:*    Nor. 4,   15,   26,   Dr-rc   1 r,  ci0.      , ofe do JAN:. ri'>- 2l5>  ^-KH.   rr> 2&'  Siiil-ii.ir Ki-oin Skagway 8 |>.m.  DfrseS   to Vancouver  and Victim la.  'J3r,*ws;*ioi*iiiiK* hy BiiiBoB stcamoy to Sea-ttlo witlinnt e.\t*ra cr.a?*He. .   "  H. B. Dunn,  A{ieiil��SknB\vn.r��  20.  !\Ve f?i*-.*>o jviiiijit souviue*.     Xci initi-'i'iJieilhitc oalls.  Fur l'ii'tos or iiifwrmiit ian mipDy to  Estate al J. E. Jon^dat!,  Deceased.  A'pplioartiori' S)j" Tra*n:.fsr of Liceirca.  ,TpiVIUi Ncit-v.'C tlint* I, .r������pli 'Jiillfciitic,. ��f  -*-��� At*!iii, 11. 0.,. ahull upply t��. tlio ljoiu-il  (if I'h'cmh'O (JoniiiiUMijiie-nj. at tlicit-. next  nift't-'mir for- "fho ^rmifsfui- <if tlie- Hotel!  Lici-iiii,e,.ii��v.�� hi.'*.il ):y me, to >-<-U Pi.tct-M-L-iU.ii.fr  Liiinurti in- Uin premise:*- known ��*��� ftl.t-'  1-toj'iU Hotel,. *.i*iiii'.��**i on I.ol 7,. Itlnck 15,.of  I lie Ilownsite of- Atlin,. Ii. C, to. I.V. H. Djkuii  and I;...Su1iii!k, ol: Atlin,.II..G.  Uiil-ud ���"..hi*-.- SHi ila.v of November, illOX    ���  <:2. JOdHPH *.i*AM��MI!KJi.  UQUQR   UCENCE ACT.  A-piJlioatiotufor Triansfer cf LixmrvcKs  >" IT.UWJ Tfotiee tluU I',. A: JU MuI)itiia!il,.oB  J- Atlin,. 1>. (J...slii-.ll appl.v t.o Mio IJourd  of* I.iiicni-o CommissioiKirs- at tlieit- next  i-.iootanj.-; Ion* tlie ti'iiniifor of' t>!i(! Il��tel  l-ieonue, now Iiulll hj"- me,, to.sfll rntnKiciit-  in^: Iii.nioi'M.in t.lie jiremitif). know.ii as- the  Ivootuniij- Hotel,, sitiiiite :��n h'irsh Stneot in  Hin '.Uownsite o6 Al-Iin,. D..C!.,. to-H. U'tsKcllt,.  oi'*Atlin,.U. CJ.  ]*(ited r.liit-Sth day ftf Nov(Miih<*r,.I!)(l"...  .12 A. I{ McDO.N'AI.I).  '���"IVJJ-O'i'fCIi; &.hcaoliy ffiTun clia*Si liavo (his  '-J-^* (U��j- l>een nppoi-nrt-d Is-y lliir Honor  Mudfro Voiiiik afj-Ajliniiiistrstor (of. tlie estate  !���� .f_ li. Joii-_'(lall,.deceas<"d.  AH. peraoiiu- ImvaiK e.UiiiMs iifrai-nst tho cs-  ���hatc ollahovo namotl ifceeased a-re reciiiirotl  txj..yieaiiNO with the iindcrsi-fiiied,. dtil*/ vet'i-  Kril, on or !>ef��re tilie HISt day at .limitary,  ?MG, a-iter v**lii*uh date I will ��la,aiihu6o the  jussott, ofi stwil <Veee��s,cd, ha-.iin^ yesard only  !(io such claims u��Srhall havo hceu duly liled.  All ire-raw.-! uidobtcil to (he ot-.'Ja��o ot said  doeea-sed :ii;o rocini.rod t�� imy siiine to tho  iiiidi;rs.**i;riied  on or hof'iro :ils>t .liuiiiary, lS'UG.  Dated all A��lin,.H-U...Sc-pli;i��i!��er MHi, J9(ir>.  W.. l'OM-AKIl GL-JAXT,.  1.2**. Olliuial Ailiiiinihtrutsr.  into icdge?  A. F. & A.ft/1.  Hernial- eoiHiMiiniea���  t'.oi.s hold on tlio first  ThiH'whty i>f each month  in (he A. O. ��7. W. Hull,  Tl>iV.l Sti-eer.  Visiting' brethren coriHnllj- invited.  I   Have   Re-opened  The  Liquor  Licence Act  Asrt&lic-Ktioe*:. Ioj-' Transfer raff LT-cence.  THE KDUCA-TI0EP AGT..  fin view of the changes-, iin the*  i'ublic Sehooio Act made at the last  session' of Ibe- I,egislature,, and  which, will: come into- operation at  tilic beginning, of next year., the-  Miniirler of Kducadon.has issued a.  airaular. "for the information of  veleia- and guklcmce* of trimtees."'  'jJheoJ.).iect of the circular, is. to. ex..-,  f \ fftl-Mi .Votice thai we,. DIkiiii .u.-K-lr.iiit, of  ���"- Allin, l).('., iiliull appl.v to ulio Iloiinl  ci I" I.M-onco C *:��� ��� ��� ��� 111 lh>w I o ��� ��� <*��� i-M ut llicio- next  in out in-j* for M.e traiihlov uX i'lio llfttel*  I .iconcc,. iK.v.i he'd !i.v lis to m'II liit'i-Kicali*  ii.y l'i(|iiors in Ihe pnt-iriihn>i. luiciwn rw. 1 lies  NiifTKOt l.lotnli silnnte on .Muni Slnect in the  '.'IowiikIIo of. Diseover.y,. II. CJ.,. In. Iliiiiipton &  l.'(ii'ii!,.of l'lsi*ow.*ry, II. ()..  I Dated tli;n .144li day.of XoMi!itilier,.IW)r...  ill' nixxix A MCIIUI.Z..  iwiwiwnw.ivnn>����n,Mw,iv.K,f.<n.itfv����n  f B1AK.K iVotieo t.lint,-ixly days al'tcr (lii-ti;,.  -*- T,. '.1,'lios.. Iv.. |.'!(;iiiln;r,. iiitunil r..pply.iiij,'  tc- tlio Hon.. tho C-JliieB ftoiiiinissioiier of.  I,itnd.s.nnd Workofor permission (;���> pniKdinw.  tlie I'ollowiiiir il'im-ull'i'.il U-ixnh nl, l(iiid,..��itii-  i:l<i mi llitr i>ai��|. shore olVWimiy A nil,Allin  l)iv.isi:ni: i-So-urimiiu-tr ut Post No. I, a mile  and.n.liaUVsuntii <;f. I In; l-'vovxiieiidiUouiKliH'y.,.  Ihi.nee norUi-v,*est.!i'ly ���!(! elinliiM to I'o'.^.Vo.  2,. (lioiKji: ciistorly .��) eliains- to J^ost. ,\o. I!,,  tlioiiun* southerly.' ���!() ehains lo. Post* No. I,,  tlienco westerly *li) uliaJjis. to. pui-it, til e'Jin  inonoenieiil.. .  THUS. li. I''U'"..M1.NG..  .Uu(ail.(JiM.I.SIIi ila.v; (if.Ni,.v.f>i)il.ii!i:,.lil'iri..       l/UJI  "TVTTO'l' 1X3U IS Herehy srivou Ilia* appliea-  -!<-**    tiwii .will1 lire hiimIm ((���> the P.e^ihhitivo  lAsRCnibly  oft Hritish OeJumhisu ati  Lta- next  [session  for  a   E'rivuto  Hill to incorporate a  CJampany   t'��.    b^ilil,. C(|iiip,. iiiaintaiii   and  atiovutK! u> !��no  or lanes nK railway, of standard or any odher K��a��e  with   any  kind   of  Jiiiwtiva- power f��r earryin;? of  Ei'oijrht and  pawienyrcra   fiiioiii   fahe- iiKNitrh   (��5  tl'��   Holla  Soolu  lUvor at tho head v>f liuiike Ulionincl,  Sfjust l)it,trie>,. in. the   Vrowinco   nl   Hritish  Coliimbiu,. toUowiiiK* the  Uclla  Vuolti Iliver  to  a. po'Jit  ahout 111) miles- from its month,  Ithcuuo i��i  ����� North lia��*erly direction hy tho  Init'st foat-ilile route to  Frer-or  Luke,, tlioi.ee  liastward  aloiij;' tho Nucluicn  liiver to l''wr(  Guor-^u eMi tho l-'uiiw1!'  IaImit and   Westward  i|ilaii�� (l'.o South hamk of l*,ra.s'or A.iiko and in  tlio no;*?hhor!io(*id of (ho travelU'd riontc to a  point an tho Uulkley 'Valley near tlio  month  of. f.he Xelkwa l{Jvoi:,.wi(h pewver t.o eonst met  hrnii'ihes t��. (h-��  llhickwutur Uivuv and tlio  Cliileotin  Country:  oim-iL with power t*�� c-on-  strnet, op(irntr",.and  maintiiin  a.11 neeesMiry  .hi'idKO.^.rniuN,.wii*rs und feruics,. unil i'o eyn-  is(uiie(,.iie(iiiiijie���owii mid maintain mid <opi>r-  !ate  who.rves and dvok'*-;  and  So rmnsti-'iiel,  *m.wii, ii/;..,uin*..',  inaintaiii  and  oi,'Uru.tc stouui  .iliii-L citlicn  vunsids,  hoat-.*,. on  any inn'.wihlo  iwatci's���ati(l tu>ec��n<>trii(<t.,(jporat.e  und iiiniii-  jta'ji lolenru.ph and loleplK-jiio Lines* iiIoiik: the  'roiihes   of  said   railway and  hruiicli.'S,.oi: in  Iconioii'tion tlioro��'itli,.and to transuiit mes-  ii*-an*o��* l^ir .joniinoreinl pnuposcs:  and  ���.���li'iut**.-  and  colleet   tolU  Cor tho use tlioi'.-.il' rciyee-  tiively;.aml tM.tfuiit'KivtooIc'uSirlell.viuiil supply  l.i*,'ht,   heat  and   power,, and   lo  constructs  oreet and inaintaiii tho noccs.-lary liiiildiiiys,  .luiit  M-'wikt*.  *.((*, K'"-'1'"'*"* -U.II.V kind mX .jiihui'  fu.r the purpoucs it foresaid, or iu  ('(uiiioetion  t.liellOWUtll    C'M-   t'UWIIJ'llr Ull'l   (����� IVC'.|,llil;i! ��i|l(l  rc.coivo from any (invcvuineiitv C.'oi'pf..ii*,*ion  ���� pecsou'i. ��r!iji!..> of l'iii.l,.nifom'.v,.li','.i.j!..'s,.  iirlvilUjHfctiyOf otlnir i.^sixtanee In aid oC 'tlio >  ,i  const .���iictiriiii (>�� (he G(.iui'u.uys liiuleulakinu*! !  uii111.'..'������(.'..���iinoct. w��illi imkI.I'jnti.'U iiiil w traWe oi; i  othev iiiU'au(;iii.:iont.s with   Itall.wiiy,. Stciun-  l../1'tt-   or   (if'hui-   (y'o!iipi*.nU.'sv and to e;tei''<JMi  th'j pon*ei'S.;i'jiuitw!(l*wr rjuthyriso'l l.y  I'ut'ts-  J.M iui.I U ii'J tho "ll'i-.tou 61UiitM(!H. ('(.>���. id > I hilt- .  lion.  A-et",.  u.n('.   with   p'MVe': to.ex.pi''.ipriilti.!  I.'iiiiIm.I'o..' I.ho |iiirpos*!**.wf'. I,l��.' (Jompiiiiy;  and  l'��.r uJi. rijjhti.s  p��*w.(.'i.'a u.ikXpvIvMckom uoces-  siu'.y or incidoul.ii.iiu or to Ihe iiroiiiwi!'*.  Hated, tin* UUn!u&- of Oiilolirti',*.lte-  A..l.\ UJX.'I.'()N���  ii?S> ��.ilj/;tl.u�� tou tlin Al..LilJcan(s..  -On (he Waterfrnnt.  Jleu'n Suits CJeansd <vnd Sofiaifed.  AM Work Gtiarautccil.  Goods (Jailed for aud Deliv��r��(l.  ���C;i**h (.vii Deliicry.  MrS.  M.   Fenn,    Pr-nprlitress.  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED WITH  THE   BEST   OF   GOODS  Sans.   JaSisasiosrsd,   Prop.  DISCOVJiRY, B. C.  A Strictly  First-Class  Hotel*.  Diniiig-Kooiai in connection.  iClioicest Wines,Liquors and Cii;ar.<>  i   '  i    ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor,.  Hampton   &.   Duri��, Proprietors.  Discovery,  0-5-.KN DAY AND NIGHT.  J* IK ST-Cf f A SS RIJSTA UK A NT  IN  'connection; .  J-JU-Ml^uut-tci-s fur .Ulxun's slo^u  i  4 42  ATLIN,   B.C.,   SATURDAY,'��� NOVEMBER  25,    1905  9    a-^imioj    ATLIN   Sissd   DISCOVERY.  Our, Si-ores  in .both   Towns ,are  now fully stocked   with   full   '��� ���  A. T. Co.,,Ltd.  lines  in   Groceries   and   Dry "Goods.  A. S. CROSS, President.  THE MINIS BOARDING HOUSE.  As a usual rule, no feature or pa it  of   the   mine   is  a greater,source of  annoyance   and    (rouble   than   the  hoarding house, otherwise and more  " ��� familiarly known, tothe crew as ihe  "cook    house,"    "cook   shack''   or  "mulligan    pen."      Wo   have   'frc-,  ,   juiontly   heard   superintendent.--;   re-'  mark that they would   rather   inaii-  iig'e   a    hall' dozen   mines than one  cook house.'    It is a trouble maker,  that  cook   house.    The meat i.s ioo  tough   or  the   beans, are  too salty;  the  coffee is too weak or too block;  there is not enough  grub cooked or  there, ,is   a   veritable   flood   ol   it.  Sometimes things lake a  start   and  arc     running     gloriously   smooth,  when the cook takes a   sudden   notion   to   leave,  the  notion   coming-  just 15 minutes   before   meal   time  and   with   no other cook within 40  miles of camp.  So it goes, trouble, trouble always  around the cook  bouse.    And   yet  tJie matter of decent board is an all-  important one for the mine management.   "Unless  the  men  are given  wholesome   food   and   plenty of it  they   will    become     discontented,  grumpy and  mean;  mean, yes that  is   the word.    Feed a man on poor  "grub" for a month  and   you   will  have him in tunc for most any kind  of crime.    He   will   not do one-half  as miich work as he would do  were  his  stomach well cared for.    It has  been   well   said   that the great majority of men  have   within   them   a  hog   asleep.    It  is  a  hungry hog,  too; a particular breed of swine,   in  fact,   one   that  will root the bottom  ont of the trough or all, the   boards  off   the   fence  if he . is given corn  when he wanted mash.  We   have   eaten at mines where  bouquets   were   displayed   on   the  cook    house   tables,   with   napkins  nnd   plated  silverware, and, best of  all, food that was   fit   for   a   king.  Again   we have sat down to a mine  board where you had to keep  your  hands   on . the   flapjacks   and   the  cheese   to   keep the mice, thr.t were  gayly sporting to and fro across the  Sable,   from carrying them off.     At  ihis last-named place there was but  little  difference  in   the color of the  coffee,   the  beans and the "spuds,'  and not very much difference iu the  taste   of each.    The' men were discontented and quarrelsome,   and   it  was   a most'unusual occurrence for  a,'meal to pass  without   some   one  getting  badly hurt  by a   broadside  hurl of a "camp'sinker'' from across  the table.  The writer has been told by mining .superintendents of experience  that they have had less trouble with  Chinese cooks than any other nationality. A white man suits the  men better, but' is more difficult to  get along with. This is especially  true of the American, who treats all  unkind remarks about his cooking  as he would'a peisonal affront.  \Some mines 'manage their own  cook houses, by placing them under  the   care   of    the    superintendent.  Others   srant   the privilege of oper-'  aling a boarding house to a capable  individual,    and   members 'of   the  crew  arc   boarded, each man being  responsible   for   his   board.      This  plan lakes the details of the iu'slitu-  lion      from      the    superintendent's  shoulders, and gives better satisfaction than to hire a cook and   assistants, and   attempt   lo put thc cook  house   in   with   the other details of  management.  r,ack   of   system   is ( usually the  cause of all cook house troubles, for  if there  is a place where system is  absolutely  demanded   it  is  around  thc mess boa id and the kitchen, 110  matter whether it be a mine, a ship  or a logging camp.    There must be  a  capable head to the concern, one  who knows how to buy, as   well  as  one   who  can cook cleanly, wholesomely and  well.    The   mine   that  can find such a man and put him at  the   head   of the, cook   house has  solved the problem of the. "mulligan  pen."    If you find such a man and  can   get him   once   thoroughly   installed, grapple   him   to   the   mess  house post with "hoops of steel!"���  Mining World.  HTV*.  i.iiE Atlin Market Co.; Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY  OF  ALL   KINDS,   Dressed to Order.  P/lanarjer.  C.    DOELKER  The  ct Whiskies  And the Whisky 'of Kings  o    o    o    rj    o  Ben well, Peart ct  Co.  Vancouver.  Sole Agexts i-'or. British Columbia.  TItTE   GOLD ' HOUSE!,  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  C. H. Nissen, Prop.      -        -    F. B. Wrong,.Mgr.  Restaurant, in Connection  Under  Now aii.l Capable Management.  Joe  Palmer,  he Reliable Shoemaker,  -   -   -    Discovery, B. C.  anadian' frank  i  Rubber Boots a Specialty.  Certificates  ol* Improvements.  ' CAPITAL    PAID    UP   #10,000,000.  Kssekve,   $3,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at",Jeattie,  San Francisco,  Portland,  ExcSsaesge sold oea aff Pefefe.      ���   icgWcly' ete*  Gold Dust Purchased���Assay Office in Connection.  D.  ROSS, Manager.  Certificates of Improvements.  Wedge   Fraction   Mineral   Claim.'  Cub   Fraction   Mineral   Claim.  Situate in tlio Atlin .Mining Division of Atlin  District. Whore located: Pino Creek  valley, between the Yellow Jacket and  War Fajrle.  rpAKH Notice tliat I, J. il. Itull'iier, Free  " ". Miner's, Certificate No. 11 il.VJOIl, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Minii.;; Iteeovder for a Certilicitto of Improvements, for tho purpose ol" obtaining a  Crown Grunt of the ahove claim.  And liirther take notice that uulion, under  section 117, must he  commenced  hefore tlio  issimnco of  such   Certificates--  of  Improve  ineutH.  Dated this 21'th day of October, A. 11.1005.  d2:t .J.M.KUFJi-NISK.  Astor   Mineral   Claim.  Situate iu Ihe Atlin Mining Division of Atliu  District. Where located: Pine Creole  valley, adjoining tho Yellow Jacket.  ri-iAKK Notice that X, J. M. Uiill'iier, I'Yco  " Miner's tVrtiUrate So. H S.VJUH, intend,  .sixty days lrom the date hereof, to apply lo  tho Miiiinj; Itecorder for u Gertiiieate of Improvements, for tin: purpose of obtainingu  Crown Grant of the ahove claim.  Aiid further talto notice that:'action, under  section 117, must he commenced hefore the  issuance of such Cortillcuto of Improvements.  Dated this 2��lh day of October, A. II. 1SKT.,  dr.i      ,'    ��� ' .r.M.Kiji''i*'iS'i*;i{.  Boar  Paw   Mineral  Claim.  Sit uatn in the Atliu .Mining  Division of Atlin  ,     District.     Where  located:    In  the  Pine  Creek valley,adjoinin;;- the Itock of A(.;os,  rpAKI*;   Notice that; T,  J. M. Uull'ner,   Free  Minor's Certificate No. I! iKillOS,  intend,  sixty .lays from the date hereof, lo apply to  tlin Mining' itecorder for a Certificate of Improvements,  for  the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the aliovo claim.  And I'm th..i' take notice that, action, under  section 117, must he commenced hefore the  issuance of such .Certificate of Improvements. ������*..' '  Dated this 2tith day of Oetohcr, A. D. won.  a-ill J..M. liUI*'l*',\'KU.  Situate in the Atlin .Mining' Division of Atlin  District. Where located: Pino Crook  valley, between the ltock of A if on and  Hear Paw.  rpAKH Notico that I, J. M. Uufrner, Free  .Miner's Certiliciitc No. li :'..".nc.l, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to appl.v to  tho Mining Kecordor for a Gertiiieate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining; a  Crown (jrant of the ahove claim.  And furthot take notice that, action, under  section :'.7, must, lie commenced lictore tho  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this��'.(h day of Oetohcr, A. I). lOt'.l.  <12il J.M. itUFFNlCll.  m  He:  HA1MVAY"  Jni  youi  from   coppisie   KrniK to  TliUCWA    ItlVElt.  Notiob oi' Ai'l'r,r��.vTioN* i**oii an* Act.  Sultan   Mineral   Claim.  Situate iu the Atliu .Mining Division of Atliu  District. Where located: Pine Creek  valley, nhout Stcplieudyke.  rpAKK Notice that- I, .J. F. Breeze, Free  .Miner's Certificate No. I! I!"*!)* II, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to  the .Minii!**; Itecorder for ti Certificate oT Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining.*; a  Crown Grant of the ahovo claim*  And further talto milieu that action, under  section 117, must lie commenced before tlie  issuance of such Certificate, of Improvements.  Dated t his 2lith day of Oetolier, A. I). 1!I0.*,.  <i2:s .i. f. hhki-:/>;.  Maybe   Mineral   Claim.  Situate in the Atlin Mlniiif; Division of Atliu  District. Whore located: Pine Creek  valley, iieiKhborliood of mouth Gold Uun.  rpAKK Notice that I, .1. !���'.' Hi-ooze, Free  , Miner's Certificate No. ll XiDCC, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to appl.v to  tlio Mining; IJeoorder fur a Certificate of Improvements, forthe purpose of obtaining u  Crown Grant of the aliovo claim.  And further take notice tliat action, under  section !I7, must bo commenced before the  issuance of such Ccrtillcatc of Improvements.  Dated this iijth day of October, A. D. Ifili!*.  (121! .I.J'. IlitliKZIi.  TSQ-OTICE   rs  III5KEUY GIVliN Tliat ap-  -L-^:     plication will lie made to  thc  I.i;hIs-  lativo  Assembly ol  tho Province or Hritish  Columbia  at it-next session, lor an  Act to  incorporate a Company with power to construct, equip, maintain and operate a line or  lilies of railway, of standard or ot her trii.ij;c,  with any kind (,1  motive power, for the conveyance   of   passengers  and   fro.V'lH.   from  some  point at or near tho mouth ol' Copper  ltiver, on the Skeena  ICivor,  Coast.  District,  in the Province of  Hritish  Columbia, by the  most feasible route to a  point at or near the  mouth   of   Telkwa   Itiver,   on   the   Dull-ley  ltiver,   Const   District,   in   the  Province of  Hritish   Columbia; and  with   power to construct, operate and  maintain all  necessary  bridges,   roads,   v.ujs   and   ferric*,   and   fi>  build, ac.iuire, own  und  maintain  -.*. Imrvcs*  and  docks  iu  connection  I herewith, and to  build,  aciiuire,   own,   o(|iii|>   and   inaintaiii  steam   und   other  vessels and  boats, am 1't.o  operate tho same on any navigable waters:  and with power to build, equip, operate and  maintain telegraph ami  telephone linns   in  c.jimec.tiou     with     the    said    railway   and  branches, and to transmit, messairos for commercial  purposes and to churj;o tolls therefor, and to K*eiiera(e electricity for  tho supply of lijjht. heat and power: und with power  to expropriate lauds  for.the purposes of the  Company,  and  to  acuuire    lands,    money  Ikiiiusos, privilcKCH or other aids from any  Governuiei.t,    iiiuuieiiial    corporation,    or  ot her iiersoiiH or bodies, and to levy and colled*,  tolls from all  persons using;, and on all  freight   passing  over,   any   of  such   roads,  .  railways, ferric-,*, wharves and  vessels   built  by the Company: and with power to cnimect,  with and m*iko traffic orothorarranfrements  with   railway,   steamboat   or   other    companies;   and  to exercise such powers as are  granted   liy   Parts   IV   [-1] and  V  (ii]  of tlio'  Water   Clauses Consolidation  Act;  and for*  all   other < necessary   or    incidental    rights,  powers and privileges in that behalf.  Dated thisltli day of October, A. I) J!ii..i.  IIODWIil.l. A.I.AWSON,  iVl Solicitors for the Applicants. swu^UiiteS^ft^liiJ^aiUwwv^TiK'Ii-J
ATIJ^,vB.   C,,y SATURDAY.V^Ndy.^MBER-:; ?Sy,:*?°5<
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-Local "Events.-
^.'•/Tiie bss! of''toilet.;pr.eptirnli"ons:.:it"
•;*,a;":K*:;j^^
'y7, v'C.he; latest/niaga^ineS'and pHpe./-;
y are.a!\v:iys*p.ii' hautl;ati,Pillnian,>;,;'i •
-   :-:.■IvicDonaUl's:'.'..Grpcei:y;'';.*;'*in'ii'kes;,* a
//specialty ,bl/ (Ve-sh eggs, nncl,butter,
v . I:sell the.best'vKoceue cqal/oil/in.
y/AUii'/and a:)ispovery^-J. :.T.;'Regriih'
y. ..vAVlieiiyou call "at llie/Rtn/aV-u'yi'-^
//.forge!v/tq.-pass ;ilirotiglrU!ie;Stoi'.i!i:
vy do or firs v./:/"/:     wy.yyy::].^,yy ■:/.'■:,;■,;.,
:v-vv;Mr;'va*itf
/i/River-V-telegr^^
//•/tp.w'ii'bV^ v/'--''/.y
'/v/'■::•■ Walter Gwen this \yeelcc6nipletetl'
-/ a*vi2' x 14'beBrooriv'-addition ;'to*-*bis
f vTJurdvstrec^**i*esidence::viVvv;.rv
;^*/**:*A;.*.\viuSt/blu^
v/a. ,iiumbervbr.:to\vnspeople^ mid :. they.
■/'■ \vili;hieet one/night 'eacli/Aveek/unlil;
/^spring. *./..;/y yj/:yyyy':y,y'yyyl.
y///Arrangements arevi^iiigiiiiade'to
•^'liave a//Knias, ..tree;.*entertainiiient 'iii'
.",',lh.e.'Presby.teria''it;ch,.iircb^'..'Dis;c-5:yery1'
v'OivChristinas night,.*; :;  .v ;/,./::,/ ■'././
''v*;:v:Messrs.:Stabk
. iincreasedytbe-interior- appeararice/of-
■ .v-tlieir*' storey by. putting^dpw.n a new.
v: clear-grained fir floor. v:'.*v y/v.,/v:;y/
/-/ Z: yNeyvyriine': df yG ep^Wosteiibplm's
vVlvX:iIiVpoeketykniyes,atyRegair;s^vyyy
. yvyyWefare-bsiiig'blessedywU
yyytipnallj'y-fine weatberibut'1 wisev-eiti-
'/ zensvliave.liadv.tbeir'.storn
/Vaucl/windpws -attacbedv,"■-.'■ ;/:./■'//*.'. ,'/../
y J:;' J0!1»y TCi r lc 1 a 1 id:/a r ri v ed; o 11 y Wed -:
/vnescjay '/with y ahy'vS6-i**pundyy mailr;
7/-makinga full consignment toy da lev
-.'Tlevleft oirtbe^returiutripvTbursday..
: morning.-^''v;.y;y.-y..v :./'.;■/> " :v-.**:;.*:'',-..'■;..;.--/
'■.*,/, v A committee /was /appointed /at
/;Tiiesday/nigbt's;meeting to'arrange
:'; * lot a" dance, in the near, future in aid
.of 'the. fire '/-protection fund." '/Full
v particulars .will be given- in .our
'.'/next issue///;//;/   /; y' :/■/
, /; Messrs. Sinclair/ Johnson-Woods;
:/%n*-l/Tavl'6r*vleit' yesferday'to' com-.
; mence logging * operations on tlie
west shore : of ./Atliu lake. The
steamer Ailinto conveyed their outfit across the lake.    '.;*■•'..
.*"'.'•'. Q. StronnPck,* who has been. iu:
•■, charge:of the Tagish telegraph sta-
v lion-forvsome. time, came in on. Sun-
/v day and has since' left .-for .his/: old
y yppstat the north end/of Atlin lake.
/where lie...*expects   to 'remain:-all
■" ;wiu,ter;, '       ;'r/'':r/'\"' .'/■'.'. /
A.   turkey shoot ..will v be' held on
Thursday,'Nov. 30th, which is   the
American Thanksgiving day, at the
//Nugget, hotel,   Discovery,  and tlie
proprietors o.C'tliat' house, have  obtained   a   large  number of the king
of barnyard bipeds lor the occasion.
It  is   an   ill   wind  tliat blows no
good, to.', somebody and    the   local
curlers are "laying" for the weather
clerk on account of being  unable to
make   icet and    get   "l.uirlin'    the
sialics."-    Cheer-up boys !    Drink a
■pink  lemonade (?) and   then  start
'•digging,the garden-.
Messrs. W. P.' .Grant and G. T.
■Rant left at 4p.n1: Tuesda.voii a trip
to Vancouver and Victoria. They
travelled by the water route to Car
Cross in a 16-foot canoe and a wire
has been received stating that, although storm bound for 28 hours,
they arrived at that place at 7 p.m.
Thursday.
Stables & J/unisden carry a stock'
of good groceries.
Powder and Gelignite—60 and 75s
—always on hand at Regan's.
'y Fire Fund;
y. Tuesday/e\'cniugy theAaVljounied:
citizens   rncetiiiif"/was-vheld/in/the
'cpnri/v .1 ro'iise.-'v:v I* he //report- • ,6f ■*.*;the
cpinmittee- showedy\.hat vsixty/lbur.
xl6llars:a;ih6iith:liad/been/p!Oinised.
ThiV 'was: 'lipt*cn6ngli/a.-> it/is esti-
.-lim.teci''thatyat:least: eighty dollars/a
'nioiUli-';.wpnld**;*-*be/'iequ
W^ie ngt li yy d i scussi o 11/: i t /. w as y s u g-
gesle&'Uiat^
.scriiHibiisrv be/ asked./ for'/from/ the;
citizens^ /said::;iuci'ease:to:rfeinain/;in;
elfecty linfil/tiie.end/bf March, .1906/
;itAva?/thotVghtUhat/tliose:!/i'eturimig
toThe/cahi p 'in yth e/sprihg- .wo.ulcj vlie;
:abie vto vtake/* care ypf^this .increase/^
yAy^ila^U'/respbnse'vAy^
f ro 111: Hi bse /ci t t lie/m ee ti ii g^but. there
Is; stiiI ci deficit'of a 1 io u t "liye-xlol lars:
u'':in&ith;;v-^ni'e^;'
teered to see 'Spnieybf:llie;sujjscribei-s
in ^l'endeavoi'/to raii^lli'is^ihduhtv
We:.b&iie\'e/tlKi.t/lliey/\vin
diflieulty/in/dr)iiig/this/* If we allow
t:hev/fire/depart]^
ac.tive/it::ine,ani;lhat/they^-
coiUixiuies/wilL v withdraw: /entirely
from/the "'^
we"vare  siire 6-ur:'/iiiei"chaiitsydo:not
wish?v' Previons/yto the meeting;ad-
jburiiing-i';Mr:vG^./Eind
el ec tecl fire - c li i'ef aiul11 i gl i t \y ate h m a u
for tlie ensuing term."/::./■"'■-./"-:;//'/;',//
'■-■-■: as'--.,"*.*-:. t(   >t
3^^^^^^^^^^t^^^
":i->He -:'*Weather.?v
/vTlie-lowest aiid highest/tein'pera-
tiires'/and'precipital.i6h/rec(Srded:ft)r.
the week "are/as follows; ■'Ly'''/':y.y
Nov,
..Ma's.'v'-:
;y Min. ::■'■
/.Procipit'ii
r7y
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VV22 V;
,yv:_..25 in*.
18 /
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44.:
. v"35/'-*:
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:y, Now/is the lime to procure your
Xmas'/Cards and Souvenir,.Postals'
■at/C./R.' Bourne's. ;.-v//.y;y ..,;./'/. y
/::Whyuse;inferior/gasoline when
you can-get 76 and'S6y:per cent.; at
Regaii':S...   Atliu and Discovery..*///■',
yiJvery man 'owesitto himself and his family
to iuaster"a trade or profession. Keadt lie display adviirf.isenieut of the six Worse Schools
of Tolejirapby, in this issuo and learn how
easily'a youii::* man or lady may learn tolo-
Wraphy aiid be assured a position.
f@i&
SnB&tot.
ON
American  Thanksgiving   Day,
.. " Thursday,  Nov   30th, 1905,
-'-./- ■ ■,   /    AV .■..*■'■"■ ■ *''■■'■. '"■'■■ ■
■j iW<U***Ul.JiU H       il
mSGSSWERY.   .
Bring Your Own. Rifle.
yrrt /."*'■*■  <7'>\ sr*>       "i
rr*LE.G'RAPHERS
^EEB£B
Annuailv.to .'ill the new positions created by
Kuilr.ii'.il ...id '.rnft-arnpli (.'ouiiiiiiiios. We want
Vpusici Mc-ri and l.adier. of fvood habits, to
LEARN  TELEGRAPHY
A !'• J D   Ft. R. ,'\ CC O U N TI I'-J G MMM
■ ■We I'll ruisli 'if. pcr.ieuf.of Ihe Opera tors a ml
;s|iiti'.u Aleuts iu An.erica. Our six schools
iu*.. tho I.i.'i,-.;.-,!' c:;cii..-.i ve 'i'el'.'HTapli Schools
:fj '(ill; HOI.'ll}. Kstal-liwhe.l ilu years and en-
dorsjjd by all leudlnt: Knilivti.v Ollicials.'
We cxccii'.e u :-*l'"i!i Hon;. 'Ui.ovorv Ktiulcnl to
i'ur!i;:'fi !.iiu -u* l.ci'a ..-ositi.,.! pay in;'.' from £<|il
I:. >■'< a iuoi.il. in Still..'.-. cnM of t ho ltocl;.\
.Moil;.:,lins, or from :~/hi to SKIO u inontli in
.Statc-i we*.t of flu. IJocltios, inimciliislcly iijion
grfiflii.itio!).'
i-irud.-uts enn oilier at any time. No viica-
liiimi. i-'u'r 1'uli parliciilar.' n>v.ai:iliu^ any ..f
our Hclioiihi '..rite ilir.ct to our oxcciili\*c
...lie*' nl t'i 1 ■(.-*■ 1:1:1:ri, ().   Catalogue free.
The [Itei'sc Sciioci of. "feicgraphy.
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fefeliverei;tb^a
■'y: .G ()0(ls;::Eresliy.dhd :,die^
Ooiv^ 1-TbW'bj^Oiie/p/ricc'/
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THK/;DININfj-Ro6i\*lMK
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■y'"v:-y .vD.l'x6Nyy&-,SC.HULZ;/v:P-ropr!s-!:oi*^
v:Corner;rPearlvancl, FirstyStreets/ Atiin,'/B.yC.y/:/ ; /,:
Fl RST   C LASS    R ESTAU R A NT   I N   CO NM ECT ION'
'.'CIIOICtST. WINES. UU-JOKS AN!) (;it)AI!S-—CASt GOODS A SI'UiALl Y.
;^&r.
;;'/-/Executed Cheaiily,:':Promptly!-;andy'Satisfactorily.,7/;.;/'''
'■::^;';'y-;^
v*JP,$•■#•*!?>.J?>J*><2>>&
*itingk   ilss®
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i^^-vA*yvV1*(AAA'Vy^/^/VVVVVft^^
I Kee^...'CC-piee iJnes :of -;
Groceries, and Pr@visl©ii^
And Sell for the
Lowest Prices in Camp.
(!inii.:,:,i.i'i, Ohio.
Alluni.ii, .(iii..
Texcrkisiiii,, Tux.
HfilLiio, H. Y.
l.»3ti:osso, Wis.
S.111 Iranciscojt-al.   *
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