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 OCT 22 1906  WctoR^v>  cv  I1 Z��� *A    M   / �����/ Vis  VOL.  15.  ATUN,   15. C,    SATURDAY,    OCTOBER    13,   1906.,  NO.  ���379  TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting News'  From Many Quarters.  t ���'-.    .tlil'HOI'AI, 'I'O 'I'lll-l  OliAl.M.1    ,    ,      l  Vancouver, 'Oct. 11.���Heaps &  Co's. sawmill iu this city was 'to-'  -tally destroyed by fire on Saluiiday!  ilast. The '.loss will -exceed *$2Qpbi  'Ooo." The mill will be rebuilt at air  .early date. "���'-' - ,        , -,  Suits amo'uifliiig'*t-o'$i5d',ooo have  been brought against the Canadian1  Pacific "Railway Company as a *re-  ���sifll of the Chch'alis disaster of July  ���last. :    ��� -  Buckingham, Que., Oct. 11.���The.  jVlabLaren Lumber Company -this-  ���week"' endeavored to'break a strike  ���which'has been in progress at their  iniills in this city for a month past,  :and a pitched battle between .die  ���strikers .ancl a force of detectives en-'  -sued. Two of , the strikers were  .killed and thirteen others were seri-J  ���ously wounded. . Three detectives,  .from Montreal were also seriously  injured. -One hundred militia.have  .arrived here from Ottawa to ' restore  'Order. _  Ottawa,   Oct.   11.���The walls of  ��� ithe Gilmore House, which was .de-'  rstroyed by fire nearly a. month ago,  -fell into the street yesterday and  ���caught a Banks' street car. The  ���molorman, conductor and several of,  .the passengers on the.car were.more,  or .less seriously injured.  Mobile, Ala.,  Oct. u.���Two  ue-  .groes, 'who raped two young white1  ���children here this week, were taken  ���from   the' police  officers   by a mob  '-and   lynched.      The   bodies   were  '".afterwards burned. '  Havana",   -Oct.   .11.���Karly    this'  - iweek 200 insurgents invaded a sub-  ��� tub of Porto Prince. Twenty Am-'  -.ericau .marines captured 39.of the  invaders' ancl dispersed the .'remainder. A few hours afterwards a  .rebel leader, accompanied by too1  insurgents, appeared at the American headquarters and demanded the  .release of the' prisoners. The 'Americans promptly disarmed the leader  .and .as .many of,his followers as it  was possible, lo catch during a general rout of the latter.  Secretary Taft has cabled the  authorities at'Washington to rush  ,5,000 troops to Cuba as soon as.possible as the insurgents are not flis-  .arming as readily as  was expected.  Ottawa, Oct. 11.-���Warrants have  .today beenbsworn out for the'arrests  ���of James and*Alexander MacLareh,  ���owners of the lumber mills at Buckingham, Que., of lv. lv. Valee, their,  manager, and several others in their  employ, on charges of attempt to  murder in connections with fight  -.there this week between ^striking  mill-workers and detectives. ��� ,  Eagle   Cily,   Alaska,   Oct. n.���  Word reached here today that I-Ien-  dfiekson   and ;���Thornton*    the twq  desperate criminals who were some  ���time ago given sentences of 20 years  each for having seriously injured a  guard and attempted jail breaking,  al this place, have escaped from the.  officers who were escorting them to1  the penitentiary al 'McNeil Is'Island.;  Vancouver, H. C. Oct. 11.���The'  woman who'descried her baby,in!  the Blackburn hotel here recently is1  believed to be a Mrs. Hank Martin,,  of Armstrong, -B. C, 1  London, Oct. 11.'���The Honorable!  Joseph Chamberlain is-today-reported to be'iu a very feeble condition.-  He suffered a stroke of paralysis,  some time ago,-since which lime hei  has been unable to walk, see,- or  to speak.  Winnipeg, Oct. 12.���George W.'  Fowler, member of the Dominion'  House ' of Commons for Sussex,  New Brunswick, left here yesterday,  for Toronto,- where he will appear;  before lhe Insurance Commjssioii in.  connection .with -the recent dis-:  closures of the Kamloops- Lumber  ���.Company deal and also the North!  West land sale. . ,|  Surhmcrside,- P: E. I:,-Oct.. 12.���I  The court house, jail; electric light'  station, three churches and over 50  dwelling -'houses weie destroyed by1  fire here yesterday. ' The .loss will  exceed$150,000.  ' :  New Westminster, B.C.,Oct. 12.���.  Eight.Babine Indians, who had been  sentenced to various short terms for  connection with the recent.riots near  Hazelton, have been released today,  on an order from Ottawa.  Vancouver, B.C., Oct. 12.���Plans  are on foot in this city for the larg-  .est exhibition ever held in .Canada  to he'held herein igro. The-fair  will he called .the Occidental-Oriental and will cost a million aiuLa  half dollar's.  The steamer Cringle struck a rock  ancl sank in lhe Columbia river near  Portland, Ore., on Oct. 9. The  crew .was saved but the cargo of  grain is a total .loss. '  A Philadelphia despatch of Oct.  iolh says that warrants have been  issued for .the arrest ol the managers  of the Armour's packing interests.  They are.charged with using boracic  acid in hams .that are offered - for  sale iu the markets there.  1 A late Odessa despatch says President Druobvin of.the Russian university, has issued an address to the  people in which he says, the holy  Russian';cause is the extermination  of the Jews. He says the Russian  people want' neither constitution or  'parliament but orthodoxy and autocracy. He cries, "Go ahead, brothers, death to the jews." Tonight  the streets are filled with the cry of  the university president and the  Jews are fleeing fpr their lives. Significance is attached to the cry of  Druobvin for the reason that he has  just returned from a visit to the czar.  Read the A. T. Co.'s advertisement on page 3.    It's right.  Wliy'use inferior gasoline when  you can get 76 and S6 per cent, at  Regan's. _ Atlin and Discovery.  Minin?' News.  J. M. Ruffncr, manager for the"  N. C. Gold Mining-'Co. and the P.  C. Power 'Co., re'lurued-yeslerday  from a ten days" visit lo the new  copper camp at'Rainy Hollow.        ''  E. IvL .Baniion, who with Henry  Ruffuer has been operating a.small  hydraulic plant on the south .bench,  of Pine opposite Discov.ery with  very satisfactory results fins-season,,  has lefi lo spend .the winter .on' the  outside.  The Atlin Consolidated Mining  Co. made .their third clean-up .at  Tar Flals on.Saturday-last ancl it is  reported on good .authority that  gold to the .value, of $16,000 was.  secured. The company's shovel,  which is now- well up the fourth  cut, is working most satisfactorily,  and operations will .be continued  until the .frost .compete -them to shut  down.  .Ed. frlelgr-on, who-cUiring the last  five weeks has been working a lay  on lhe ground of the Northern  Mines Ltd., Spruce *creek, has already made 1 three clean-ups which  gav.e returns of 42 oz., S5 oz. and 45  oz. of gold respectively, amounting  in.all.to,$2 ,700. Mr. Helgren 'has  11 men at work, three of whom are  employed ground sluicing the rim  rock and eight are at work in the  pit shovelling into skips which arc  conveyed lo the sluice by a steam  hoist. If possible the lay will be  worked all-winter.  Caught by a Premature ExplosiOE.  About noon on Monday Mr. C.  Gairns, .who was employed by the  Pine Creek Power Co. in running  and fireing powder drifts at their  No. 2 pit, had a narrow escape from  being blown to pieces by the explosion of a heavy sliot which went off  before he got out of the drift. As  it was, die received injuries which1  will confine him lo his bed for some  time. He sustained a compound  fracture (involving .the knee joint)  of the left leg, lost-the little finger  from his left hand, and his left side  ancl left arm are covered with wounds'  ancl bruises caused by the flying  gravel. 'Dr. Young was immediately called and had the injured man  brought lo hospital where, with the  best of-lreatmeiil and attention, he  is resting easily.aud making fair advancement toward recovery.  L. C. Cowper Succumbed to Injures.  The sad' word was received in,At-'  lin shortly after upon on Thursday  that Purser L. C. Cowper, who was  seriously burned ��� by the explosion  and fire which destroyed the Yukon,  river steamer Columbian ou Sept.  25th, had succumbed to his injuries  at noon on that day at the Whftc-  horsc "hospital. But slight hopes  had been entertained of his recovery  as tlie unfortunate man's body was  terribly.burned, During the summer of 1904 Mr. Cowper was employed on the' steamer Gleaner on  the Takii-Carcross run and he.resided in Atliu the' .e.arly months of  f9��5 previous to his .departure to  duty on the Yukon.,  WRIGHT CREEK PLACER  Satisfactory-Results at Last Obtained by Four Men Who -Have  Mined There Four Seasons.  .Success attended this season's  operations on Wright creek' by ���  Messrs. Kershaw, Hodges, Davis  and Gierke, and they have to a  certain extent been icwarded for  the aggressive manner iu which  lliey have carried on prospecting  operations on that creek during the  past four seasons. In 1903, '04 and  '05 they prospected ,some leases  held .by local people and the go hi  obtained scarcely paid I heir grub  bill. In the latter part of the season  of 1905 these men commenced operations -on three creek-claims���Nos.  5, 6 and .7 below discovery���which  they own and obtained some 40 odd  ounces from 45 square yards of bedrock. This season operations were  commenced,in April and it was lhc  middle -of July before "dene!" work  was completed and sluicing started.  The dead work consisted of the  construction of a small reservoir  dam* three-quarters of a mile ��� above  the workings, a pressure ditch 700  feel long, a by-wash ditch over 600  feel .long, ancl the ground sluicing  of a trench Soo feet long and -froni  Wo .to 16 feet in depth wherein it.  place Ihcir flume.. By lhc construction of a 20-inch Soo foot flume,a  good grade ancl ample dump room  were-secured. Pipeiug was carried  on with a No. 2, three-inch monitor  and the pressure obtained ranged  from 50 lo 100 feet. After August  1st it was necessary to shut off the  water every night so as lo conserve  sufficient for the next day's run.  Sluicing was carried on for 11 weeks  and in that time the gravel, averaging 16 feel iu depth, was moved  from a space 250 feet loug by ,20  feel wide���in all 3,000 cubic yards  of gravel. This gave average returns of $1.35 per cubic yard aiid  the total value of gold obtained was  a little over $4,000.  .It is the intention of the owners  lo next spring double the conserving  capacity of their dam ancl also to  greatly increase the pressure of their  pipeing head and, as there will be  but little dead work to do, they  have good reasons lo expect that by  the end of next season they will  have al least trebled the output of  this, their as yet niost salisfactor-y  'seasons' operations.  Newspaper Man Dead.  Mr. A. B. McEacheran, pari owner of the Whitehorse Star, died in  that town on the 5U1 inst. after an  illness of about two weeks from  chronic appendicities. Mr. McEacheran was 30. years of age nuid  had been in the north since'9S. He  leaves a wife and little daughter to  mourn his loss.  New Arrivals.  Oct. 9���Mrs. Paul Eggert anki  two children, Miss Bennett, E. Ev  Queen and Geo. Sinclair. Oci.'i.'���  Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Wilson, J. XU  RuJXuer,, J.. IL Dune., W, U..-\':i'_kxSQ-,. AYXIN,   B. C,    SATURDAY,    OCTOBER.  13,   1906  The Atlin Claim.  T8HJ2 ATLIN CLAIM i�� published cuenv. Saturday  MOnNINO';      MAILED     FnCC    TO    ANV-   PAFIT   OflTHC  wo'rtLO ron so   cents   pen month;  tws.oo   pen  v,e*r.    ADVi;nTisi*Na rates: w-.oo.nqfi.i/icH each  ������>'*/-..�� DTI QN '.   nqAJ?;AlG N/5TICEB.   25 CCN,T*!9. A  LINE.  GPCOIAJ*   RATES    ON,  APPLIQATION.   . *��*   JOB PfetfitXING :  IJ.L-HEADS, POSTERS. UI!JJJIf*ii3   CARDS,  LGTTER-HEADS. PnOQilAMAUS,       ElKj,,. ETC.  on�����as p/wor*nTst.v cxecu/tcd.  PRICES   MOOCflAJE,  The Atlin GXjaim PubtjIsiukg Co.,. Ltd.  W.   PoCitiAitn.   Git ant,    ISdttok-Manageii,  CANADA'S MINERAL  PRODUCTION.  As the leading mining province in  lhe Dominion, any facts relating to  the  mineral  production- of Canada  must be of interest to the people of  British  Columbia.    A brief resume  of the report issued by the Geological Survey of the minesall production  of'Canada for   the j'ear 1905 will,  therefore,' not  be without interest.  Erora the repoit it appears that the  total value of all the* rainerals named  in   Canada for {the- past yca-j was  ��� $68,594,707.    This total is the largest in the history of the-comitey and  is a  satisfactory pnoof thaft saining  in common with our othev gj-eat industries is progressing.   3n 190-5 the  value of the nainerals was- $��6,339,-  158, the highest value attained until  surpassed by that of'lasi yeas.   From  1901   there was a grasJaall define  until   1904,   when fchc- ouiput was  only $60,073,879.    Last! year"s production   shows* fcl&erefoje,, a   very,  substantial advance-  of wes 14 per  cent.,, a satisfactary proof of lite development of our mineral resources.  Up to 1901 there had be��Hi a continuous increase from the* yean 1886,  when the- value was $10*22-5^253.  This had grown lo $20,648,694 in  5895,   and  to $6ifc6ii8h26&in 1900.  These figures prove- that no. baanch  of industry can show more satisfactory signs ol progress.    More- than  this, the growth is likely to continue  Hi an even greater ratic    From all  tihe mining; districts come- Deports of  development, o�� new mineral bodies  being   discovered,   oa of  iuaprove-  ijients made in tbe- manner of treatment of the ores* whereby economies  are effected,, so that while- fche^e- is a  greater margin ��f profit on thu-gnade  of   the   ores that have previously  been worked* it is now possible- to.  wine    profitably   those    of   lower  grades.-���News.-Advertiser.  of which every number was well le-  ccived, was then rendered:   Voluntary,   piano,,.   Mrs.   C.  R. Bourne*;  song, "Island  of Dreams,'," F. W.  Taylor*;  song,   "Brother Masons,"  :and encore "���Nobody/* James Lips-  combe; song, "Comeback to Erin/'  J.   D.   Lumsden; song,   "Asleep in  ;t$se Deep," Jas. T. Stables; song,  "In   the   Shade of the Old Apple  Tree,"and encore, repeat, Margaret  McDonald; song*  "-They all   Lave  Jack," W. E. Fisher; song, "Chitd-  renhs Home,''   F. W. Taylor; reading, "Farewell to Atlin,'" James TV;  ]Stables;song, "Bedouin LoveSong,"1  I J. D. Lumsden; reading,  "The Pillow  Slip," Jas.   Lipsconabe; song,  "Will Ye No Come  Back  Again,"  Dan. Sullivan*.'song,  "Sympathy,"  and   encore,     story,    "The    Long  |Green,"' Jas. Lipscomhe.    Mrs. C.  R. Bourne played the numerous accompaniments in her usual artistic  manner.    During  the evening  the  ladies served an abundant supply of  refreshing edibles.  Useful and Ornamental Goods  Why send out whf.n you can get hoods as chkaI' hekk?  Atlin, Nugget and Grape Rings ami "H kinds of Jewelry iniinii  (iicturcii on the pronilsoK.  Fine New Stuck ot Watches, Clocks, Jewelry and Diamonds  Watohes from *?5.00 titv. '  Airents for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China. Souvenir Spoons  JULES   hUuhRI    &   SON,   ATLIN an�� discovkry,  safety Deposit Vaults.      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewelrs.  ��H  ���>��0<SH  They   are   Waiting   for  Youl  IN  BaLrgain-S  CLOTHING,   Hats and Dry Goods,  Garpcts and House Furnishings.  FULL  LINE  ALSO  OF   BOOTS    and   SHOES,  GOLD   SEAL   HIP   GUM  BOOTS.  "N^rOTICU Is. hereby (riven that 1, Mv R.  -lb> -Tiimiosoii, intend to apply to, the  ChieC Couuiussiouor oi Luwls uuil IVarits,  nJtev 60 -.Uvys fraiu iliAte, for pcriuiasioii to.  i purchase tho SolUyKuis*; described timet of  land*. Commencing nt u post an the north-  ern end ol the divide between Spruce and  Otter Creeks,, tlionco ���40eliaius.soiitii>thijiice  10 i*luiuis,eu.!it, thence -kO chains north,thence  4') cliyiVis, >ses.t to- point of cammeueeuient,  coutuHUUf-r Kill aeves. more oi* less.  Dated 1st October, 1906..  ill SI.&JA.M1ESOK.  H. E. Brown & Co.,  Atlin and  Discovery, B. C.  Successors to J. H.  ��� ������������.������������������<SO<S>��-  Richardson.  ���*$  3  THE   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  C. H. NISSEN,    ...     Proprietor.  Restaurant in Conncetioii Under  New nnil Capuhle Management.  fc  "p^TOTlCIS Is hereby (riven that I. John  -L-^l liuuhani,, intend) to apply to the Chief  Commissioner oj Lands.' aud.Wor.ks,.after GO  days from datev fw permission, to purchase  the faUowini*; ilesevibciV tract oi land*. Com-  ssicneiiifi: at a pwifc oil , tlie.-.suBa.mit. of the  iilivide between Sprotee anil Ottev- Creeks,  thojice t<Q cliai-us eastvtb��ueo 40 chains, north,  thence 60 cluiins. west* thence to chuius. south  'to point o5 comnieiicetvfcent. containing*; 'i-KO  acres, more or-Iossl.  Dated 1st October,. 1806,  ill JOHN DUNHAM.  THE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE.  Through   Line   from  Skaguay to Atlin,   White  Horse,  Big Salmon,  Dawson and all intermediate points.  Finely appointed trains daily* except Sunday, between Skaguay, Caribou  ���nd   Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express.  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS:  No. 1.���North'Hound. |  No. 2.���South Hound.  9.S0 a.m. Lv.-     SKAGUAY     As*. -��.30>>.ui.  2.10 ii.in. Lv.      CARIBOU      L\. 11.50 a.m.  ���LS0 i��.m. Ar. WHITE HOKSK Lv. 9.30 ii.ni.  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS!  Leave CAKIUOVJ 5 p.m. Mondays,      Arrive ATLIN 9 n, m. Tueswlttys.  " " S p. m. Thursilnys, " "���       S> a. ni. Vrirluys.  Leave ATUN r> p.m*. Tuesiluys, Arriv�� CARIBOU 1 a.m. Weiinesdays.  "* "       a pini.'Vrltluys. " '',��� 1 a. in. Sntnrilays.  Church Concert..  An- In-tesestingr Programmo aiwt  Cholc�� Refreshments, Wei?e on  Monday Night's Bill.  Cousidcving the incljemeiicy of the  weathen and the-unavoidable attend--  ance of many Discoveryites owing  to the serious accident wbich happened to-, Mr. C. Gairns, there was  a, fairly good turnout at the concert  in the- Allan. Presbyterian ehtaich-on  Monday evening. The Rev. A. M.  Ross delivered a few wouds o�� vveli-  aotne, afJte-B which, th-e audience sang  "Old Hmadred." The chairmau-s  address, by Mr. J. T. Stables, includ-  ad many reminiiscences of that geu-  ileman's connection with: concerts  SUice. becoming, a. resident of Atlin  4is.trkt, The. foil owing, programme, J  "JSTTOTtCE Is. hereby Riven that Iy J. SI.  -*-^�� Ru,8;'neK-sintewid toapply to the Chief  CouwiiiississiievoS'Lands, anil Wurksk after 60  days ti'dii dutev Sor- permission to pwebase  the Jollcwing-descuiibfiiitract of lainU. Com-  ineiici.nK ivt u post oji 1>l&e iiai-tlievti ond of the  divide between Spruce and 0*tw Creeks,  thence -10 chains.eastvthence -W.clui.iiis..north,  thence -VI chuSns westvthouce U) diu^ns south  to point o& eoiiiniciM.'WA��5ii��. eontiviiuue 100  acres m ome ox less..  IJateilist. October WOtv ,  rH J. M. RUMPNEK.  ISO ixxmids of ImprEiipre will be checked free with each full fare ticket and "ii pound  with each naif fa*re tioket.  IHvssctiKers must be at'depots iu time to have Hagirage inspected aiwl ehet-ked.  Time Schedules arc subject to change without notice.  XV   Baggage  Bonded  Through.  For inlormatioii  relative to Passenger, Freight, Express and   Telegraph  Kates  apply to any agent of the Company or to  A. L. BEIJDOE. Gen. Mgr., J. LIPSCOMBE,       i.U. ROGERS, Traffic Slouiieer,  Vancouver, B. C, and . Agent, Atlin. Vancouver, B. C. and  Skaguay, Alaska. Skairuay, Alaska.  1ST'  OTJSCE is Ue-refcc' (?ivon thud I intend^  CliieS Coinuiissioiiier- 08 Lanils. anil .Works  for pemaJKsion to, piufclmsc tlie following  de.se��i!l��d tract of la.nd ���; ��� Cwiuneneinj? at a  post on \vestci*u end 'Jfutshj, t,ji.kek tlience  south ��0 ttli4iiiiis,tihcnce w:csk 31 eliiiins^tlionee  north S0.clwiiiis.to.tlu3 sJioSie oil Tutslii Luke,  thoucc following the sliov�� 20 chains to the  point of commencement.. ContivLiiiup-' 160  acves more or less.  Ddi,t��d .Tiiiljl S0thvl904w  iol*")! WAiaEK ("!�� S.*WK��T>  Certificates of Improvements.  Everybody   Should *  Advertise   the   District  When   Writing   to   Friends  By   Using  "VIEW OF ATLIN"  Writing Paper.  i  Etta. Extonsiioj-i, At Last,, and VUbvtft  Baby  Mineral  Claims.  Situate iiii the AtliuSIlniiiiK DlvisiwuCuMSMir  Distnict.  Whoro locatedL���Oiie-i|iiur(ior  ofi a. tiihlo NiM'tlwWest of Attain.  rjpAW*; Noaicothat l���W. Gass^Froo Mbiera'  CoutUlcuto NoviiU3;97Sk nwl as.iw,'on�� for  CO. lioolmies Ftioo SlluorH'* Ccrtilicato  No.  H6IUI78, iin(K)iidwsls.ty days frow, the (lute hereof, toniiiplw to the Minintr Itccoiilor fw Certificates ofi tinpi-oveiiieiits, for the purposo  'of obtaiuiiiK Crown   (iriiutK  of  the- aliovo  ala,iins��  And fin-then ta.kouolico that action siiiider  section !I7K mush bo. coiuiueuceil boSorn the  itssiiuiice of .iiw-h. fci-irt ideates, ol tiujirove-  meuts.  IjHilMsi this2Wi day of SeptiMiibor-^1006.  s2iv \VM. GASS.  ATLJNTO LODGE  A. F. & A. M.  No. ia, G..K..T1.C.  KoK'iliU' communications huld on tho iirst  Tliui'sdud* of each mouth  in tho A. O. U. W. Hall,  Third Strcot..,.  UlaUiUiS. UKaUut'yj.ryicilJaJl'x ijuxlte.'!  ii  aim  n  �����>����������>����������'����*> ��<���>���� �����>�������  ��>>>-)�����><���� <$������� ��� *>����-��-��<s>  Is to advertise and promote  the  interests   of the  ATLIN DISTRICT!  ���a��* ^** ��^  Are  ����y  a  Syfo^criber 1  aa^aa8s����ftWM*bfte��^^  J Sfc  ATLIN,    B.  C,   SATURDAY,    OCTOBER   13,    1906  FAREWELL  TO   ATLIN.  Farewell  to  Atliu,   farewell to the  North,  Its   sorry   I  am   for to bid you  adieu,  For here midst your mountains  all  covered with snow  , I   have   found many friends that  are faithful and true.  I came with the rush to the  north-  laud of gold  With hopes that were bright, of a  future all fair,  But the treasure I sought it has not  come to light  And I go empty handed, yet why  should I carev  There are things in this life that are  better than gold,  Tho" we cannot all see it that way;  Of Atlin's fresh air I have had  my  ., full share  And been blessed with good health  every day.  I have oft walked ' the shore  of its  great inland sea  And gazed 011.its mountains sub-  blime,  And it carried me back to the  land  of my youth  And the joys of the days O' Lang  Syne.  Its   woods  and  its  mountains,   its  streams and its braes  Take  me back to the land of my  birth,  And I love Atlin more for  its  sea  and its shore  Than  for  all   the gold under its  earth.  I often look back to the days on tbe  trail  And  think  of the hardships endured  By the men of all climes, where e'r  the sun shines,  As by the word Gold they were  lured.  But gold is not all, for gold will not  last'    ���;���  Tho' you have a big pile at  the  start,  But  frierdship and sympathy, love  and esteem  Can  ne'er be   erased   from   the  heart.  And, because I have found some of  those better gifis  Among  Atlin's  fair women and  men,  Is why I am sorry to bid you adieu  And say farewell to Atliu again.  Atlin, Oct. 8th, '06.  The above poem, written by Mr.  J. T. Stables, who intends leaving  Atlin during the present month,  was given as a reading by that  gentleman at Monday evening's  concert and elicited much merited  applause.  Otter Creek a Producer.  Pert   Paragraphs.  There are no promises without  precepts.  People who, take no risks secure  no reforms.  Don't kick about the weather. It  can't help being weather.  Don't try to patch up a quarrel.  It is better to break it up.  Many a man thinks he is orthodox  when his mind is only atrophied.  A real kindly feeling never has to  wait long for a chance to get  busy.  He that labors is tempted by one  devil, he that is idle by a thousand.  The woman whodoesn't think she  is good looking is dead willing to  be convinced.  Some men who have that tired  feeling wouldn't thank the doctors  for breaking it up.  If money making is a disease lots  of men would like to know where  they can get bitten by the germ.  Any one who has eaten Chicago  potted ham for some time ought to  be tough enough now tb digest a  brass bedstead.or a keg of nails.  "Satisfactory results have been  attained 011 Otter creek this season,"  said Mr. Alfred Carmichael, who  came to town a few days ago with a  heavy poke of the yellow metal,  being a clean-up by the Otter Creek  Development Co., J. E. Moran,  manager. Continuing, the speaker  said: "Operations on the benches  of the upper creek have disclosed a  large deposit of high grade gravel,  which assures good returns for a  number of years.  "Two pits were opened' up this  season and some one thousand five  hundred square yards of bedrock  cleaned."  When askedjabout the water supply, he said that with the exception  of some 40 days in the spring the  natural flow of the creek is. inadequate for ordinary hydraulic operations, but with the development of  a reservoir system, conditions for  which were good on Otter creek,  the water question will be materially  improved. A natural reservoir site  was located near, one of the three  feeders of Otter creek this summer,  the utilization of which made it  possible to continue mining tb the  present date, and a shut-down will  not take place until the frost makes  it impossible to continue pipeing.  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  A NY available Dominion Lauds within  .XT3L- the Railway Helt in British Columbia,  may be homesteaded by any person who is  the sole head of a family, or any male over 18  years of aire, to the extent of one-quarter  section of 160 acres more or less."  Entry must be made personally at the local  laud office for the district in which the land  is situate.  The homesteader is required to perform  the conditions, connected therewith under  one of the'.followlne; plans:  (1) At least six mouths' residence upon and  cultivation of the land in each year for three  years.  (2) If the father (or mother, if the father is  deceased) of the homesteader resides upon a  farm in the vicinity of the land entered for,  the requirements as to residence may be  satisfied b)* such person residing With the  father or mother.  (3) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming; laud owned by him in  the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by  residence upon the said laud.  Six months1 notice in writing should be  given to theCommissioiier of Dominion Luuds  at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.,  Coal lands may be purchased at ��10 per acre  for soft- coal and ��20 for anthracite. Not more  than S20 acres- can be acquired by one individual or company. Royalty nt the rate of  ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be collected ou the gross output.  W.W.CORY.  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  N.B.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. jy21-6m  t'*VN*��VV**ir>A*AA*V��A*^A*<>^^*A**V^i>^^*'VV^  Pine tree tjotel  DISCOVERY, B. C.  A Strictly  First-Class , Hotel.  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  The Diniug-Room, under the management of Mrs. T. HinchclifFe,  furnishes the best meal in town.  Hampton   &   Durio,        Proprietors.  nugget Rote  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION,  Headquarters for Dixon's stage.  WE  MEAN   OUR  Monthly Price Li  and   our  CASH PRICES!  -Strange We never thought of it beforel  Our OCT. Price List is Now Ready!  OUR Printed Price List just seems to fill a long felt need, as, whett  our patrons receive it on the first of the month they know exactly  what goods will cost them during the month, and it is a great assistance  in making up an order.  We have a large Stock of Goods now on the way in  and we will place them in  the  Store at Lowest Possible  Prices,  FOR CASH, in Case Lots.  You are always sure of the  Best  Quality of Goods at the  A. T. COMPANY'S STORES.  Goods delivered  promptly on the  Creeks  and  in  Town.  If  you  are not already a customer it  will  pay you  to give. us a trial order.  jf&       90&      ^9^      t*^*      t&*      9fi^      tfi^  mm CKflDinG eo.  LIMITED.  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED  MEATS,   also  POULTRY  OF ALL  KINDS,  Dressed to Order.  C.   DOELKER    Manager.  '^AiVtii<'**^r^^^.*^**^^^^**^N*.*^^**VVOVV*Ar*^^l*^r1'>^r^^^**^r^*>*��"''^***^i-^^��  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  . . . THE CLAIM OFFICE.  V^^VV*^^^^>^^-*^V^i��-AA-^V>'^��VO'"*^^*V*��A*V*^^^WV^^��-V^^^i>^A^  lft^V**N>V*W*VV'*^>ir***>V��-^*^*"''>**">*^^Ot>V^A-*'W  The  Canadian   Bank of   Commerce,  CAPITAL    PAID    UP   $10,000,000.  RESKRVJ5,   $4,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at oeattle,  San Francisco,  Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Gold Dust Purchased���Assay Oi'fice in Connection.  J. A. SMITH. Manager. ATLIN, ���' B.'CV' SATURDAY',    OCTOBER''  13.  :i9��6.  Local Events.  Allin photos and souvenir postals'  al C. R. Bourne's.  A shipmenl of Fancy Stationery  jusl received al E. L. Pillman's.  McDonald's Grocery jnake.Sj a  specially of fresh eggs and  butter.  "Dad" Davis left this week for a  two months' visit in Juneau and  vicinity.1  John Drysdalc started on Tuesday  for Victoria, where he intends to  spend the winter.  W. H. Vickers returned locamp  Friday troin a short holiday trip lo  Alaskan coast points".  E. P. Queen returned Tuesday  from a shorl business irip to Wyn-  town and Conrad City.  Miss Bennett, sister of the late  Mrs. John Nicholl, arrived from  southern 13. C. Tuesday on a short  visit.  Mr. J. S. Wilson, claims agent of  the W. P. & Y.'R., was a visitor to  the camp yesterday, being accompanied by Mrs. Wilson.  Mrs. Paul Eggert ancl children,  of Discovery, who had been on a  three months' visit to relatives in  Senile, returned home on Tuesday.  Mr. Geo. Sinclair, who had been  to lhc Rainy Hollow section on  business in connection with a local  lumber campany, returned to town  on Tuesday's boat ancl reports lhal  things in the new copper camp are  Mocking busy. ' ���  The Scotia brought in 55 Ions of  merchandise on yesterday's trip. So  as to more conveniently handle the  large amount of freight still to arrive  from "the outside, .the Gleaner will-  make a special -.trip from Carcr.os.s-  tonight and the Scotia will connect  and arrive in tomorrow morning.   .  Local gardeners have of' late been'  harvesting their vegetable crops  and the returns in most instances  were very satisfactory. The potato  crop, some splendid samples of  which have been on exhibit at the  different stores, was the largest in  the history of the camp.  The trustees of Si. Andrew's Hospital desire to thankfully acknowledge the undermentioned donations:  Mr. John Drysdalc, $10; W. H. M.  Society of Ml. Pleasant Presbyterian  Church, Vancouver, $9.30. Mr. W.  Gairns, $5. Also a contribution  fiom J. W. Buchanan in the form  of services rendered; all of which is  gratefully accepted.  Camp Discovery Installs Officers.'  The officers of Camp  Discovery,  No. 19,   Arctic Brotherhood,   were  installed   on   Tuesday evening  by  Past Arctic Chief Bro. F. H. Brack-  clt, acting Grand Arctic  Chief,  assisted  by Past Arctic Chief Bro. I-I.  E. Brown,'acting Grand Arctic Recorder, as follows:  Arctic Chief, Bro. F. I-I. Mobley.  Vice A.C, Bro. J.F. Gibson.  Arctic Chaplain, Bro. J. Dunham. -..  Arctic Recorder, Bro. W.H. Vickers.  A.K. of Nuggets, Bro.M.R.Jamieson  ', Arctic Trail Guide, Bro. J. Cartmel.  Arctic Trail Blaser, Bro. J. Dick.  A. K. I. Toll Gate, Bro. P. Eggert.  A.K.O.Toll Gale, Bro.C.E.Gilmore.  Arctic Camp Cook, Bro. T. Haiina.  Arctic Queen, Bro; W. E. Haddcn.  Arctic Trustees, Bros.G. Cassells,  H. IX. Brown, C. R. Bourne, Jules  Eggert ancl J. Cartmel.  Arctic Auditors,' Bros. Win. Morrison and C. R. Bourne.  MRS. W..L Smith, (going out, lust; boiit(  desires to dispose of her lioiiso unci  fin-nil uru by private bargain. Tliori; are  several good couches and spring hods, Ac, an  'excellent sewing machine (Singer), range,  carpets', china, Jlooi* cloth and clotlies wringer. A collection of, oileogi'nplis anil other  uvUclcs, <!cc.   House-for sule or rout;.       ol!l-2  Notice to Creditors and Others.  in  the   Matte.*   oi"  the   "Companies  Winding-up -Act."  r jj~"111 Ii Creditors'of (he Northern Power  ���*��� and Lumber C'ompnn.v Limited, of  Allin, I!. U., lire hereby notilied tlint ou the  1st illij* of October, IH'lli, tlio Company passed  an Extraordinary Resolution to Uie ell'ect,  tlint Uie Company be forthwith wound-up  under tlie provisions til'-tlm above Act and,  at 1111 adjournment of lhe said meeting, I,  tlie undersigned, was appointed Liquidator  ��� of the said Company.  Notice is'hereby given that all Creditors of  (lie said Company, and all others having any  legal claims against lhe said Company are  hereby notilied to send ,by post, prepaid, or  'otherwise deliver, lo me tlie undersigned  Liquidator, at the address given'lielow, on,  or before, Tuesday, thu 20tli day of November, IHO'l. their full names, addresses and  descriptions, and full pari iciilairs of I heir  claims, accounts or interests and tlie nut uro  of the securities, if liny, lield hyliii-in. I in ���  mediately al'ierllu: said *J0 S11 day of November, HlUll, tho assets of the said Coiiipniiy will  be rr-iilixeil and distributed amongst llio  parties entitled thereto, having regard only  to tiie claims, or interests, of which the  Liquidator shall then have notice, and1 all  others will be excluded from the said distribution.  .  Dated the 101 h October, lOCli.  Kit a nk ii. .mohl'ey;   .  olU.-l Discovery, Atliu District, H. C.  Timber Licences.  "TVvTTOTICK is hereby giveiithatartertliirty  -LN days from date we intend to apply to  Ihe Honourable Chief Commissioner of  Lands und Works for special licences to cut,  and carry away timber from the following  described lauds, situated on the Klaheena  ltiver, Atlin District:  No. 1. Commencing at a post marked lv S.  W's. N. VV. Cor. planted on east bunk of Ivlu-  hecuu River, thence south SO chains, thenco  cabt. SO cluiins.'t hence north SO chains, tlicnce  west SO chains to point of commencement.  E. S. WILKINSON.  No. 2. Commencing at a post marked .1.  |,"s. N. V>'. Cor., eii-t bank Klaheena River,  thence south SO chains, thence east SO chains,  tlicnce north SO chains,tlicnce west, adjoining  No'. 1, SO chains to po'int o'f commencement.  .'J. FOUNTAIN.  No. I!. Commencing at a post marked G. D.  S's. N. W. Cor., east bank 'Kiaheeiui River,  1 bonce south SO chains, thence east 80 chains,  tlioucc north SO chains, thence west SO chains  adjoining No. 2, lo point of commencement.  ������-    G. D. SINCLAIR.  No.l. Commencing at a.post marked H.  ?,l's. N. W. Cor., east, bank Klaliecna River,  thence south S'J chains, tlicnce cast SO chains,  i hence north RO chains, thence west adjoining  "'.o.:',, SO chains to point of commencement.  H. MOLYNEAUX.  No. "i. Commencing at a posl marked J.  W's. N. E. Cor., cast bank Klaheena River,  thence west, SO chains, thence south SO chains,  thence east SO chains or less, thenco north SO  chains, adjoining No.*',, and to poi,nt of eon*.-  nieiicDiiieiit. -L WILLIAMS.  No. l'>. Commencing at a post marked A.  B's. N. 13. Cor., east bank Klaheena itiver,  tlicnce west SO chains, tlicnce south Si) chains,  tlicnce cast SO chains or less, thence north 80  chains, adjoining No. -1, and to point oT commencement. iV.'BEATTY.  No. 7. Commencing at a post marked C.  S's. N. W. Cor., east bank Klaheena River,  tlicnce south SO chains, thenco east 80 chains,  tlicnce north SO chains, thence west,adjoining  No. -1,80 chain's to point ol commeiiccuiout.  '-   MRS. CLA'RA $INOLAfR.  No. 8. 'Commencing at a postmarked IS.  It's. N. \V. Cor., cast bank Klaheena River,  t hence sout ii -SO chains, thenco east 80 chaihs,  thence north SO clmiiis, tlicnce westadjoiiiing  No. 7, SO chains to point.of commencement.  K. R1DD,  No. 0. Commencing at. a post marked IL IL  D's. S. E. Cor., ml joining No. 8, tlicnce west 80  chili us, tlicnce north SO chains, thence east. 80  chains, tlieiu-e south adjoining No. 8, SO  chains to point of commencement. -  ILILDAWSON.  No. 10. Commencing at a post marked D.  R's. N. \V. Cor., oast, bank Klaliecna River,  lliauco south SI) chains, thence cast,80chains,  tlicnce' north HO chains, thence west adjoining  No. 8, HO chains lo point of commencement. b  I). 'I.IOSS.  No. 11. Commencing'*'ut a post niarked ii  W's. S. K. Cor., adjoining No. 10, 'thoiico west  ���10 chains, tlionee north SO chains, tlicnce east  ���10 chains, thence south adjoining No. 10,8(1  chains to point of commencement.  ,        J. WOODS.  G. D. SINCLAIR,  Agent for all the above Applicants.  September *>3rii,1HUU.   "oi'l-S  IJ-'/"?,  ange  kmr'  ���     ���    After the  1st of October  I will be 'pleased' to meet all my customers  at  ��� i,i '.'���*' t  my new premises fn  w   SI  J.'*r.  REGAN.  ATLIN  AND 'DISCOVERY.  I keep a full stock ol Shelf and Heavy  Hardware at all limes..  OAHIir.tNK. I1YNAMITB. (lEIVKINlTl-*  New  novels .arriving  constantly  I.atC. R- Bourne'Jk ��� ': ���  (Hitherto occupied by Stables <Kl Lumsden.)  *   ��'���  N.'CtWHEELI  irew iig <Konipati  ATLIN, B. C.  Brewers", of Lager Beer  and Porter  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  7  I  15  THE--EQOTKJ>  .  OPEN DAY :AND NIGHT.  THE  DINING-ROOM   IS CONDUCTED  ON  STRICTLY FIRST-  -   "-- b  ..CLASS   PRINCIPLES.  cDIXON    &.   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. -C.  FIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST WIMS, LIQUORS AND CIGAKS CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  Heated   and    Lighted  By    its    Own     Plant  Fine   Sample    Rooms  For Commercial  Mess  P.   D.MCMJ.LLAN,1 Manager.  '    Largest and Best Appointed Hotel in Yukon.  '���.' W1HTEH0RSE,'  Choice    Bar   Stock  Rates MODERATE  Canadian' Pacific./-Railway Company.  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  S. S. Princess .May,  October 6th, 16th and 26th.  S�� S. Princess   Beatrice*  October   9th  and  20th. '-'������=.'  .Sailing from Skagway 8p.'m.'.  77.7���;..*.^^ 'Victoria.  Transporting by rail or'ntcnmcr to Seattle without extra charge.  Wo give quick snrvico.     No Intoriiiodlate calls. TT      T>      Tb\11ln^  For rates or information apply to      X.X.    XJ.    .!_/LL1.1JLL,  Agent. Slaigwny.  BARBER. SHOIV  i.-IRST STRKHT;      -       ATLIN.  F. SHIELDS,  Prop.  __ H'QT  BATHS 50 els.  The liatli rooms are o-itially as good us (onml.  in cities.    Private  Lntraiice tor Linlles.  "' ^��4, 'Paims&r,  The Reliable Shoemaker,  '   -   -   -   .Discovery, JJ. C.   0   ^ ������������������.   Slubber Boots a Specialty.  W. MUSGRAVE, B. Sc.  . Assayer and  n^^ Chemist  ' Conrad  GSty,   Y* T*  HOT BATHS  Can be Had at  -On the Waterfront.  Moil's Suits Cleaned (mil Repaired.  All Work Guaranteed.  Goods' Called for and Delivered.  Casli on Delivery.  MrS.  M.  Fenn,   Proprietress.

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