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 VOL. 26.  ATLIN,   B.C.,  SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER 30, ,007.  437  TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting Nev/s  From Many Quarters.  [tirr.aiAti to Tint ar.ATM.l  Ottawa, Nov, 30th���The Edmonton Yukon" and Pacific Railway  Company will make an application  to build a line from Edmonton to  Vancouver.  Ottawa Nov. 30th���-Three new  Senators for Ontario have been appointed. The Hon, Belcourt, and  Messrs Archibald' Campbell and  Danl Derbyshire, there is still one  vacancy for Nova Scotia. .  . Ottawa, Nov, 30���Lord Strath**  conn has presented Premier Laurier  with an outoinobile.  ��������� Ottawa Nov. 30th���The by elections df Centre York and Ottawa  takes place on Dec. ' 23rd. and in  Nicolet and Labell- during the last  week of December.  Boise, Nov. 30th���The examination of the Talsmen Pctlibone". case  has begun.   .  Tacoma, Nov, 30th���Mrs. Brace  threw a lighted lamp at her drunken husband, who attempted to kill  her with an' axe, the lamp exploded and eveloped the man in   flames.  Loudon Nov .30II1���The German  Emperors health has improved  since be underwent the operation at  Highcliffe, Isle of Wight. He will  leave for Germany soon..  Ottawa Nov.,. 30th���The Parliament convenes on the 29th inst; it  is expected that fresh scandals will  be developed and promises to be a  busy session, already 85 applications  have . been- presented for private  legislation, .36 of which are for railway charters and amendments and  eleven applications for divorce.  tlie intention of the owners to deepen this shall by. 150 feet. New  buildings for cook house, hunk  house, and shaft house, have been  erected. Great results are anticip--  atcd from the development of this  very promissing mine.  Another Benedict.  Oiir hearty congratulations are  tenered to Mr. Ernest Walter Cox.  of Spruce Creek on his marriage to  Miss Ida Margaret, Leach, of Bradford, England. The marriage service was performed by the Rev. C.  C" Owen, at Chris '.Church, at Vancouver. B. C.  1  A'New Losing  Camp.  New "Westminster Nov. 30th���  An unkown man fell froin.tlie wharf  and was drowned.  Naplas Nov. 30th���Moi.nt Vesu-  vious is again in eruption.  New York Nov.   30th���Thirteen  women   and  children  all   Italians.  lost  their lives in a tenement house  fire, it is supposed to be the work of  incendiaries.  Rathdrum Id. Nov. 30th���The  Steve Adams jury disagreed and  stood four for conviction and eight  for aquittal, Anams is now to be  tried for the mtirde. of Ed.   Boule'.  Lisbon, Nov. 30th���Portugal is  now ou the eve^of a serious revolution, the lesult of the dictatorship  of Premier Franco which is endorsed by King Carlos. A fierce encounter has taken place between the  people'and the royal troops. Many-  were killed King Carlos lis virtually  prisonerJin[his own palace, the news  papers   are forbidden publication.  Ottawa Nov. 30th ���A branch of  the Royal Mint will be ready for  operation January 1st.  New York, Nov. 30th���Murctan-  ia made the trip across the Atlantic  in five days and five hours and ten  minutes. The strong head winds  prevented her from lowering the  record of the L-usitania; although  she broke the record for one days  run, making 624 knots or 671 miles.  Aberdeen Wn. Nov. 30th��� Henry Butler a deserter from II. M. S.  "Egeria", committed suicided by  shooting himself. It is the result of  a love affair,  Rossland- B. C. Nov. 30th���The  Miners Union have by vote consented to a reduction ot wages, -the  scale is to be $3.50 for machine men  _aucL$2.75 for shovelers. ���  ���  Valdez, Nov. 30th���A big stampede is progressing to Valdez creek.  Between'"Fairbanks  and  Seward,  P. -Morgan- -.has  worth $900.,  ���foun'd. a nugget  Vancouver B. C. Nov. 30th���The  heavy rain and snow storms from  Alaska to California have wrecked  the telephone and  telegraph  lines,  The Atlin Consolidated Gold  Minning    Company.  The steam shovel on this Company's property, commenced work  on the 7'th of June and closed down  on the 18th of October. Work  would have been started earlier in  the spring, but unfortunatly the  shovel's teeth-so essential to mas-  lication-had not arrived. .  Fifty men formed the working  crew of the company, throuhout the  the season. The steam shovel was  acually working for about two  thirds of the dime. The ground  operated on was about 20 feet  deep  Powder drifts were frequently  use to loosen up the gravel. The  out put of gold lor the season's  work amounts to $80,000. A new  sluicing station will be made next  season futher up Pine Creek.  ���'���...  The  Beavis    Mine'To  Open Again.  Mr. John Dunham has obtained  the contract for futhering develop.--  uien.t work.. The pesent shaft is .65  feet deep, and we  understand  it  is  Messr Tom White and Bob  Sawyers arrived in town from the  north end of'the lake on , Friday  mon)iug. They have established a  goodjogging camp at Jubilee Mountain to., which they will return  shorly:-    ��� , -   .  We are'glnde to report that the condition of Tom White's arm " which  was lately -broken,, is slowly but  steadily improving,, and' that good  results are expected from the  wintet's work at the logging camp.  Messrs Powell and. Nicholl have  been doing some assessment work  on four claims belonging to Mr. K.  Wawrecka, on Taku Arm about 14  miles ab.ive Golden Gate in the  vicinity of the Old Engineer Mine,  from the samples shown Ihcy cer-  tauly uncovered some very rich rock  which if permanent will make a  boom.  Dixie Valley.  Continued from page 2  cut hand sluicing and got fairly  good returns averaging per day $10  $13 per shovel. This property was  under Bond lo some Frisco people  who were supposed to have some  money. At all events'it was found  in the summer that the drain ditch  would have to be lowered and as it  entailed some $25,00 expense  it was decided that nothing would  be done until after the option expired iii September last Mr. McKee  is on the, creek preparing to open  up on)a large scale.  Ay B's Hold Meeting In Atlin. [ -  The Court of   Revision      and  _   Appeal.;  This Court sat on Friday the 29  inst: and, . after investigating  several cases of appeal, the Court  was adjoirened until the 10th. of  December at 1 r A. M. at the Court  House at Atlin.  . ��� Wm Powell and- B. .G. Nicholl  returned on Tuesday fiom Golden  Gate, on the-way in they encountered-considerable ice on Taku Arm  and they left their boat and outfit at  Indian Point and had to walk from-  there to Taku.  The mail and pasengers who left  mouday experienced great difficulty and had only reached reached  Butlers Wednesday morning.  Mr. George Adams has shown  some beautiful samples of Gold  Quartz, but is dumb as to where it  came from.  Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hampton of  Discovery entertained a number of  their friends at a Thanksgiving  diner   on Thursday last.  Fresh Fruit and Vegetables com-  ing;in on everyboat.-E. L. Pillmans.  Hotel Dewey,  Skagway.���Rates  to suit everybody.    Electric lights,  electric bells, steam heat.   Free bus.'  Everything modern.'  ;���.. Fresh       assortment      Lowney'-  ereams     and    chocolate     nuts    at-  C. R. Bourne. .  aaamammaiKm  ���The A'.-B.'s held their meeting in  Atlin Tuesday night instead of  Discovery -as ��� "usual. There, was  a very, large; attendance some 50  of the   Brothers     being     present.  Messrs -��� Kershaw, Whitfield,  Traber, and Doberty were put over  the Summit in '"proper style," and  initiated..; into the "Mysteries,"  they can be seen any day now with  the'omite so characteristic of all  true Brothers; "The smile that  wont.come off,'; refreshments were  served and all together every one  had an enjoyable time. This is the  first meeting of the Lodge held in  Atlin this year and from the exspres-  sion,afterwards it wont be   the last.  WANTED.    ���  The undersigned is desirous of  securing the best possible specimens  procurable of the undermentioned  animals, one only of each, for  Museum purposes.  MOOSE - (Head) Skull, with  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 re-  cieve reasonable : compensation  therefor.  Government Agent's  Office   Atlin,  B. C, Nov. 22nd, 1907.  ���J, A. 'Eraser.  Governmel Abw:-tr ATLIN,   B. C,    SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER   30,  1907.  fiav  IF  nw  1mm,  TJU2 ATLIN CLAIM lK puHUBHCDEVniv Saturday  MORNING. MAILED FnCE TO ANY PART OT THE  WORLD FOR (JO CENTS PCF1 MONTH; $G.OO PER  Ve/R., ADVERTISING RATEi *, 9*1. OO PER I M CM CACH  1 N�� I ��TI ON I READING N OTIC KB. 2fl CENTS A LINE.  BPtCIAL   RATE;  ON    APPLICATION.  o  JOB PRINTING :  BILL-HCADO, POSTER ti, VISITING   CAP DP,  ETTEI1-HCAD5, PROG RAM MEG,        ETC.,   ETC.  ��� 'OHDERS    PROMPTLY    EXECUTED.  PRICES    MODERATE.  Tub Aihn Claim PuhijIshing Co., Ltd.  W. 1'OXjTjAKD. GltANT.        MANAGBH-D1HECT0K.  ORIENTIAL  PERIL.  ..�� **-.**.  At the present moment the great  influx of Oriental Immigrants into  Canada is agitating the peoples of  the Empire and also of our Cousin  Republic. Every day one can read  articles in the press on this very  vexed question and still'very few  look at the fact fully and frornanon-  pa-tizan standpoint. The question  is not one that should be used as  political capital by any party, it is  too big and the outcome too  momentous to be relegated for settlement in party political wrang-  ings. The Exclusion League may  have the welfare of the County at  heart, but primarly they are striving  to make Party political capital out  of it, thus greatly curtailing their  strength and usefulness.  The only way the question can  be successfully dealt with, is for the  master minds, regardless of political  leanings, to meet together ' and  formulate a remedy that will be  beneficial and lasting. Until this  .is done, and the matter treated as a  national question, we will hope and  work in vain.  On July 16th. 1894, there wasa  Treaty of "Commerce and Navigation," between England and Japan  of which clause reads' as follows.  Subjects of each of the two  High  Contracting Parties shall  have full  liberty to enter, travel, or reside  in  any part of the Dominions and Possessions  of the  other    contracting  parly and shall enjoy full  and   perfect protection for their persons and  property.    In   whatever relates   to  rights of residence  and  travel;   to  the possession of goods  and  efects  of any kind   to   the   succession  of  personal estate, by will or otherwise  and the disposal of property of any  sort   in   any    manner    whatsoever  which they may  lawfully  acquire,  the  subjects  of  each    contracting  party shall enjoy in the  Dominions  and   possessions   of  the other  the I  same, privileges,  and  liberties  and  rights and shall   be  subject to  no  two years of the' ratification of  treaty.' Canada did not avail herself of the opportunity of becoming,  a pary to the treaty within the time  limited but iu 1S99 s*"ie had an informal understanding with Japan  that not more thau- five hundred  passports would be issued to subject of that country for entry into  the Dominion.  Some five years after the second  Anglo Japanese treaty, Canada,  seeing the advantages of the Oriental trade, made, overtures to Downing .Street lo be allowed to profit-.by  the then'new treaty. This was'not  possible by means of a mere notice,  and it became necessary to formulate  a new treaty, which was signed on  January 31st. 1906, and consisted  of practically one Articale.  "The"  Two   High    Contracting  Parties Agree that the stipulations  of the treaty of commerce and Navigation between Great Britian and  Japan signed at London on the i6th  of July 1904, shall be applied to lhe  intercourse, commerce and naviga*-  tion between the Empire of Japan  and the British Dominion of Canada."  Thus it was that Canada was  opened unrestrictedly to the Japanese. Ratification did not take place  until the July, following. In the  meantime the treaty was submitted  to the Parliament oi Canada, AND  WAS APPROVED. NOT A  SINGLE WORD OF PROTEST  WAS HEARD FROM THE SENATORS OR MEMBERS REPRESENTING BRITISH COLUMBIA. CONSERVATIVES AND  LIBRALS FROM ALL OVER  CANADA VOTING IN FAVOR  OF THE TREATY.  Canada  became  a  party  to the  treaty of her own volition, she  was  greedy  for    trade,     and    possibly  those in  high    places - wanted   an  abundant supply  of   cheap labor,  who knows?    At all events as a result of these negotition there was an  influx ot 10,300. orientals into Canada up to the end of October   1907.  These are the   facts.    As anation  having    entered      into    a  solemn  compact with another nation,   what  can we do?  It may   be  1  IN. C WHEBUNO  Ciroceries and Provteten&  Fresh Fruit and' Vegetables  . All   ways  on  The iron Store,]  hand  ���First Streetm  <**&4*******4****4**^^  POOL  ROOM  GOOD   STABLING  THE GOLD fHOUSE  DISCOVERY. B.C.  THE  MRS.  DINING .ROOM   IS   UNDER   THE   SUPERVISION    OF  ROXBOROUGH.'     GOOD SLEEPING ACCOMMODATION  ONLY THE. BEST QUALITY- OF   GOODS USED AT THE BAR  BAKERY IN CONNECTION WITH THE HOTEL.    ',  JOHN ROXBOROUGH, PROPRIETOR.  KONRAD WAWRECKA, MANAGER.  Brewers  of Lager  Beer  ants  Porter.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  rstA?***  &&#$&&&��&S*&^&J^J��&K^JtW  ���J^iftWsW^.p &*&&&&  higher imposts or charges iu these  respects then native subjects, or subjects or citizens of lhe most favored  nation.-'  But it was expressly stipulated  ���that the terms of this Treaty were  not to apply to the Dominion of  Canada and that it should only be  applicable to Her in the event of  Notice to that effect bping given to  the   Japanese Government   within  that we gain relief  through the mission of Honorable  the Post Master General, who is  now in Japan, but we fear it will be  fruitless, as the Japanese are not a  Nation to give up any rigthts they  may have acquired through treaty  or otherwise. A Grave mistake  has been made, the outcome lies in  the future.  A Few years ago the popular  feeling was against the Chinese,  with a result that a higher Poll-  Tax was levied on all celestials entering vvithin our Dominion. Since  then the number that have entered  has been so small that its not worth  mentioning. China had no treaty  allowing her subjects free entry,  and in all probabiity never will  have one. If the same policy had  been carried out with Japan, the  present turmoil and high feeling  wculti have been averted.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  The Bar is'supplied   with .none   but   the  best brands of Liquors  First-class Billiard and Pool Tables.  and Cigars.  ��Sfftf<M^ir^<��^d^^ff��^^^e��-��^!P��^^ w^ti&s&gxiG&sfei^^  DIXON   &   SCHULZ,    Proprietors.  FIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT  CliOIUST WINES, LIQUORS AM) CIGAHS  IN   CONNECTION.  CASi: GOODS A   SPECIALTY.  Corner Pearl and'First Streets, Atlin, B. C,  &  m  r?iSSL*sjy H jma.ti'mmB *. ATLIN,   B. C,   3ATU?.3^V,  NGVL.'ui^K ,30, ' 11907.  ^  OUR CHIEF   INDUSTRY.  CONTINUED.  ���WISLSON   CREEK.  ��� Located two years ago as placer  ground. Having been tied tip for  years by hydraulic leases, a little  work was done in ie;o6 by the locators, but it wasnounttill 1907 that  the Creek got more than passing  attension. The boys located their  claims, and practically nothing more  ��� However this year there was  considerable work done on the  creek which is about 25 miles from  Atlin. Encouraged by the returns  obtained ou Discovery where Andy  Grier had a crew of 8 men, those  holding ground in the  vicinity  did  - considerable work, but as yet without any tangible results, still nothing discouraged, this work will be  continued the coming summer.  The valley itself is rather wide  and is about S miles long. . The  Creek itself has not very heavy  grade iu fact in some places there  are many twists ahd. turns to the  creek.  The gravel however is not so .far.  prospected very deep, after a claim  has been once opened up the cost  of mining will not be very heavy.  Ou Discovery claim the clean ups  varied from ��12. to $15. per day to  the shovel. Wilson Creek has only  been scratched,' there is room for  several hundred men and there are  no leases as yet.  This summer the Governemet  built a waggon road to the creek,  which will greatly reduce the cost  of supplies.  TO CONSUMPTIVES.  The undersigned having been restored to health by simple means,  after suffering for several years with  a' severe lung affection, and lhal  dread disease Consumption, is  anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the means of cure.  To those who desire it, he will  cheerfully send (free of charge) a  cony of the 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 prescription,, which will cost them nothing,  and may prove a blessing, will  please address  Rev. Edward A. Wilson,  BrooKlyn, N.Y.  :s*3D.#o��o��o*o-fco.<>.a->.aso*#c8:'.-">o^ ; : j  srn_ _     a.   a a��  L'i'ilfrS I  arket.  ���jyR3a6^_3D]R3S^TS]D   MEATS_ -���  'POULTRY. OF ALL.  KINDS,  ON HAND,  L. S c h u i z.  VUlIs    I-IA1IPTOS.  .77VMBS    DOME. .  ,11  CARD OF THANKS.  LINCOLN    CREEK  Lincoln Creek flows into Sucker  Lake, This summer Messrs Bovin  and Braxtan continued their work,  but did not bottom the creek  they gof'some^ rather course pieces  from the gravel. Both feel confident of reaching bed rock early  next season. Lincoln Creek is in a  gold bearing formation, is about 14  miles long, has ample water aud  good grade and will make an ideal  mining creek when good pay is  struck.  '   Mrs Doelker tenders   thanks, : on  1 .  behalt of herself and Bertha, to her  friends for the entertainment of last  Friday; as also to the Committess of  the Presbyterian Church and the  Ladies Aid , Society for the very  kind letter .written'by them.  DISCOVERY    B.    C.  The Bar is Stocked with Choice Goods  - First Class-Dining Room in Connection.  Headouaters for- dixon & Schulz Stage.  >��i  m  Certificates of Improvement.  DIXIE    VALLEY.  ��� Several years ago this creek was  held under leases and some prospecting was done by O. B. Perry  and associates with a view of demonstrating its values as a dredging  valley. After some little work the  option was dropped and all the parties interested wished they had their  money back, with -~-ne exception  Mr. R. McKee. He held his leases  and started to  work  to prove  up.  Last year he did a lot of open cut  work, with fair returns. This valley  is quite wide and the creek has a  low fall, which necessitates long  water ditches and bed   rock drains.  This spring from may 15th three  men   were  employed    in    opening  Continued on page 1.  Macking'  Bird       Mineral       Claim.  Situate in the Atlin Mining- Division, Cassiar  District.      Where   located: ���In   Rainy  .   Hollow. '  TAKE NOTICE that I, Joseph H. Chisel of  Hains Alaska.  Free Miner's Certificate No. Bl'llSO  intend, 60 days from the date hereof, to  apply to theMinitifi* Recorder for a Cortifi-  cnto of 'Improvements for the purpose of  obtaining Crown Grant of the above claims.  And f urthor take notice that action, under  section S7, must bo commenced before tho  issuanco of such Certificate of Improve;  ments.  Dated this second day of October, a <11S07.  Joseph H. Chisel.  KSO 9t  IRON PIPING, - STEEL   AND   BAR IRON,  DYNAMITE AND GELIGNITE,  GASOLINE.    '  STEEL .SHINGLES and CORRUGATED IRON.  Stores in Atlin and Discovery.  Certificate of Improvements.  State of  Montana    Mineral    Clsiiri  Situated in the Atlin   mining division of  Cassiar   District where located:   Rainy  Hollow.  TAKE NOTICE that I Joseph H. Chisal or  Hains Alaska Free Miners Cetifieate No BUI  30 intend sixty days from the date hereof to  apply to the miuinc recorder for a certificate of improvements  for the  purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of tho above Claim  And further take notice that action under  Section 37 must  be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of improvement.  Dated this Second day of October A. D. 1907.  Joseph li. Chisel.  o30-9t  Certificate of   improvements.  Arizona   Mineral   Claim.  Situated in the Atlin Mining-'Divlson  of  Cassiar District where Located: In Rainy  Hollow.  TAKE NOTICE that I Joseph H.   Chiiscl of  Hains Alaka.  Free Minor*' Cortllieato- Koi; .11120 .'Intend  Sixty days from the date hereof to apply to  the Mining- Recorder for n certificate of Improvements for the purpose ot obtainig a  Crown Grant of the above Claim.    .  And further take notice that, action under  Section 37 must bo commenced before   tho  issuanco of such   Certificate   of    Improvements.  Dated tills second day of October, a. d. 1907  Joseph, H. Chisel.  o30-9t.  s>�� ��� ��������-��-��-  ��� <$Q<S>-*"  E. BROWN & GO.  JLUo  Successors to J. H. Richardson.  LATEST STYLES IN GENT'S FURNISHINGS  DRY GOODS, CARPETS, HOUSE FURNISHINGS, c  GOLD SEAL HIP GUM BOOTS AND- SHOES,  -   full line of miners gloves and mitts.  Stores -at atlin and discovery.  <$> �����-��-��-��-��-��-�� �� �� ���*��� ��-��-���-��-�� ������������������> ��-��-�����<�� O !g>������������*����������������������->*>��������^  THE   VANCOUVER   HOTEL.  First St.   Atlin B.   C.  CHOICE WINES T-iIQ.UOHS AND CIGARS.  First Class Rooms Well Heated  S.   Johnston. Prop.  oo.*��0���^(.���'O4>'o���tD'&^:(^c>���c--c���.-^^c���o.^v<> ���&o*'osa**ci-*o.-*'a^o,��'C(*a*oV(3**o**o**  Just  in   assortment    of    Glokar  and Peterson pipes.���C. R. Bourne.  THE   KIRKLAND   HOTEL.  First Street  Atlin  B.C.  Good   Accomodations  Neat  Clean Rooms.  ALEX.   SMITH.    ���     PROPRIETOR. ATLIl^.B.   C.     SATURDAY,    NOVEMBER 30,    1907.  Local and General- News.,'  It' you are sending a Card ' or a  Calendar out side for ' xmas,- why  not do'it now when mails arc certain. New assortment for all lastes.  C. R. Bourne.  ���  ���  Tom Swanson, started taking out  dirt on Tuesday, he' has four men  -working and will sluice  all winter.  D. II. McDonald has acquired  the stock and poultry brought in by  Mr. Doerker. ' "     ,  Gus Brunich is again about town  having sofar recovered that he was  discharged from Hospital.  Capt, Bragg left monday for the  Coast.    '  Mrs and Miss Doelker left, with  the mail to join Mr. Doelker at  Skagway, from there they will go  to Seattle.  Dr. Johnson, of Table Mountian  paid Atlin a visit last Saturday and  Sunday. Work is progressing very  favorably. - .  J. Gorman and T. Vaughn are  back from Table mountain, where  they were working for the past  month or so. '  J. Markrud who has mined on  Spruce the last two years ,-left monday for North Dakota,- to'look after  some property he has there-Johnnie  says he will be back . with the  "swallows." " ���   '���  Tom Hanna' Jiinmy Stokes and  Bobby Grant left Wednesday on a  hunting trip down the' Lake Tom  took a bag of salt and says -he's'  after wild cats and' that when he  comes back, the fur "market will be  glutted. How he is to put the salt  on the tails we leave the Irish to  solve, probably he is thinking of  Mrs Owkins and the rat. -"  Ever since Billy Hall and party  hunted Fourth of July for moose,  people have come to the conclusion  that there are only "phantom"  species there. ' Messrs -Anderson  and Markrud spent several days up  there, but only found tracks fresh  ones and plenty of them in fact  they were so fresh that George  Gould and Anderson were ; both so  hot on the trail they burned.  Messrs Ruffner and Bock left last  week on an extended hunting trip  to the North end of the Lake. It  is almost a certainty that they will  fill all the demands   for  specimens.  ' Mr. Wm Pollard Grant left by  the last mail train for Vancouver.  Mr. Grant is not only one of the  leading pioneers of the district, but.  also, a remarkably energetic, enterprising, and well imformed member  of our minig community. We can  ill nfford to loose one possessing so  m'an'y amirable virtues, now- that,  the camp is rapidly developing into  one of lhe most important goldfields  ,in Canada.  We wish Mr. Grant every prosperity in his new ventures abroad,  mid hope to welcome him back in  i'..e early spring.  ��MA  SaT*  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  l-VRST-CLASS DINING ROOM  (1  GOOD CLEAN ROOMS  ONLY  THE   BEST GOODS  USED AT THE 15AK. '  ED.   SANDS,  Proprietor.  ATLINTO LODGE  A. F. A. A. M. '  No.-12, G. II. 15.C.  Regular commiinlen-  V * lions hold on the lirst  Thursday of each month In the A. (). U. W.  Hall, Third Street.  VisitliiR brethren cordlnllv invited,  The next refrulai* communication  will'bo  hold on Thursday, Ducli tli  at 7.30 p.m.  Hy order of the W. M.  0. R. liOURNE. Sbchetahy.  Synopsis of  Canadian  Homestead  Bcgalatioas.  A NY available Dominion Lands within  J-\ the Railway licit in British'Columbia,  may be homeslcadcd by any person who is  tho solo head of a family, or any male over 18  years of apre, to the extent of ohe-quarter  section of 160 acres more or loss.  Entry must bo made personally nt the local  land office for the district in which the land  is situate.  The homesteader Is required to perform  the conditions connected therewith under  one of the following plans:  (1) At least six months' residence upon and  cultivation of tho land in each year for three  (21 If the father (or mother. If tho father is  deceased) of the homesteader resides upon a  farm in the vicinity of the laud entered for,  the requirements us to residence may be  satisfied by such person residins* with the  father or mother.  (3) H the settler has' hls'permitnent residence upon farming land owned by him in  the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as' to residence may be satisfied by  residence upon the said land.  Six months' notice in writing should be  ni ven to theCommissionor of Dominion Lands  at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may bo purchased at $10 per acre  for soft coal and ���?20f or anthracite. Not moro  than 320 acres can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate of  ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be collected on the jjross output.  ,   W. W.CORY,  "  Deputy of tho Minister of tho Interior  N.B.���Unauthorized publicatlonof this advertisement will not be paid for. jy21-0m  BARBER SHOP.  J. W. THOMPSON,  Prop.  FIRST-CLASS SERVICE ONLY  NOTICE.    -  Notice is hereby given that on  and after Saturday Nov. 23rd, The  Atlin Market Co. Ltd. will; retire,  for the present, from the butcher  business. All .accounts due the  Company are to' be paid to Mr.  Samuel Johnston. j  Atlin B. C.   Nov.   20th!,   1907.  The Atlin Market Cp-Ltd.   ;!  M. Doelker Manager.  Canadian- Pacific Railway Company.  B. C.   COAST   SERVICE.  ������ Princess   May '��  Nov. 30        Dee.   13    30  Sailing from Skagway 8 p.m.  Direct  to Vancouver  and Victoria.  '    Transporting by rail or Rtcamor to Seattle without extra chari;o  '     ' STOP-OVERS   ALLOWED.  iclitts to any part of Ihe world.".  For rates or information npply to  F. F. W. Lowle,  A trout. SkiiKwuy.  <?>���-��-<  ���<S><!  -������������� ��-��-��-��<8>  USE OUE ADVERTISING  COLUMNS  Placing before the public  the many advantages of  the district is the object of  ���o*��o**s*��i**Ki-��a-��a*cma.��*��.^:)2^  . �����D*>��-��D**i3��a*o*��a*��o*��o*��cs*��c(o-��o-* a-w3**o*c(*o.*o**o<��a*o^o-��  This cannot be success-  fully accomplished without the generous support of  the business  people and  the residents.  SEND US TOUR SUBSCRIPTION  ���>*<*��������������****��������******** q�� ���������������������������  ���<3>  WHY SEND  OUT WHEN   YOU CAN  GET GOODS AS CHBAI' HEKE i  Atlin, Nugget-and   Grape   Rinc*<= and all kinds of Jewelry manu  fnetured on tho premises.  Fine  New ''Stock  of   Watches,   Clocks,  Jewelry   and   Diamonds  '.Watches from $.1.00 up. Atrents for Columbia Gramophones.  '     '  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoon  JiDLES -EfiGERt '"& SON  Safety Deposit Vaults  ,     ATLIN   AND  DISCOVERY,  Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jev/elrs.  '4  bHl  ���'1  -ii  m  3fi  ��-���  ft* i  n:.'  ���m  Li'  *���?-'.'  v>L  -i-'i  i  i  1  I  ���j

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