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 ATLIN  (l '**-'  w  "'ipg-islstive . .06  oct ioieov  VOL.  15.  ATLIN,  B. C,   SATURDAY,    OCTOBER    6,   1906.'  NC.,373  TELEGRAPHIC.  A Budget of Interesting News  From Many Quarters. '  [HI-KOIAI, XO Till* Or.AIM.)    '  New .York, Oct. 4.��� Mr. T. P.  O'Connor, President of the United  Irish League and a member of the  British^ House of Commons, was  tendered a reception last night by  the executive council of the United  Irish League of New York. Mr.  O'Connor, during an interesting  speech,,said that within the next  quarter of a century Ireland will be  granted similar rights andprivileges  to those which have been accorded  the Dominion of Canada and Australia.   ��� -.      ��� :'  St. Petersbuig.'Oct. 4:���The Czar  has finally consented to the distribution of lands to ,the peasantry.  An average price of' $2 per acre has  been set gnd the payments will extend over a period of 30 years.  Cronstadt, Oct. 4.���Of the large  number of- sailors who, during the  past few days, have been ' put on  trial charged with active or partial  complicity in the mutiny at the  Cronstadt, forts during last August,  nineteen have been sentenced to'  death, eleven to life imprisonment,  twer.ty-four to twenty years' imprisonment, 429 to service with the  diciplinary battalions, and 129 were  acquitted.  . Port Huron, Mich., Oct. 4.���An  unknown steamer foundered with  her entire crew on Wednesday off  Sanila Island, Lake Huron. The  tragedy was witnessed by the officers,  crew and passengers on the steamer-  City of Mackinaw, which vessel was  too far away to be able to render  any assistance whatever to those on  the lost ship.  , Barcelona,   Spain,   Oct.   4.���The  captain'of- the steamer Liga, which  ��� arrived iu this port yesterday, reports that when off Oporto he witnessed the foundering of a large  steamer, to which he was unable to  lender ' the slightest assistance because of a heavy sea and rough  weather. 'After the. ship sank the  Liga was surrounded by floating  corpses, but as the identity of the  wrecked vessel was not obtained no  detail of the number drowned has  as yet been learned.  * Paris, Oct. 4.���-There were sixteen  balloons competing in the race  which started from this city yesterday for the James Gordon Bennett  i cup.    The result of the competition  ��� was that Frank P. Lahm,  an  Am-  ���erican,   was   the  winner  with the  ��� balloon named United  States.    He  i landed in the most southern county  of England.  Vancouver, B.C., Oct. 4.���Capt.  Griffin, who was in command of  the steamer Princess Victoria when  that vessel ran down and sunk the  tug Chehalis at the. entrance to this  harbor on the 21st of last Jul}', and  who  had recently, been  committed  for trial, has elected.to be tried by  a judge. The date ol the trial has  not yet been fixed.  .Vancouver, Oct. 4.��� President  Hayes and several other, olhcials of  the Grand Trunk Pacific railroad  returned to this city on the last' trip  of the Princess May from a visit of  inspection to the proposed terminus  of their road at Kaien Island. It is  stated that the work on the wharves  at Rupert will be rushed to completion, and it is claimed that the harbor at that place is the best on the  north Pacific coast. Mr. Hayes and  his co-officials were non:committal  regarding the date at which actual  construction, of -the road would begin   from   the  west, but they state  o  that their line will eventually be  built to Vancouver.  London, Oct. 4"���King Edward  has presented portraits of himself  and Queen Alexandra to the two  British Columbia Indian chiefs who  recently came to England to call on  their majesties. The chiefs are  much elated with -their visit.  Mobile, Ala.-, Oct. 4.���The casualties in this vicinity resulting from  last weeks'-, hurricane along the  gulf at present total-79, and the possibility is that they will.reach over  100. The tidal wave was the worst  ever expenienced here, the tide rising seven feet above its previous  highest mark. Thousands of buildings were damaged, many being  utterly destroyed. Many steamers,  including the U. S. revenue cutter  Alert, were sunk, and over 30 vessels of various sizes were carried  hundreds'of yards inland and left  on the city's streets.. The wonder  is'that more'lives were not last.  " Reports received from the coasts  of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi  and Florida "go to show that the  storm raged along the whole coast  and that conditions elsewhere along  the gulf are' almost as bad as those  which obtain here. Most of the  crops for miles inland are destroyed  and will cause much distress among  the poorer classes. The loss will  total many millions of dollars. All  the telegraphs, railroads and shipping, which were demoralized for  some days, are getting into action  and business is being resumed.  Wellington, N. Z., Oct. 5.���The  New Zealand people through their  government have this week flatly  refused to ratify the proposed1" trade  treaty with Australia, holding that  it involved much greater sacrifices  than what the advantages to be  gained could possibly compensate  them for. -  ; Creedmore, L.I., Oct. 5.���The  scores at the one thousand yard  range, the final one of the match between the Seventh Regiment of  New York and the visiting rifle  team of Queen Alexandra's Westminster Volunteers were 409 arid  383 respectively. The grand totals  for the whole match were; Seventh  Regiment, 1,648; Westminster Volunteers,   1,580,   the match thus go  ing to the former with a majority of  68 points.  Eeniie. B. C, Oct. 5.���The coal  miners of this district are still out  on strike and the men remain orderly but firm in their demands.  ' Rossland. B. C, 'Oct. 5.���The  Trail smeller-will be forced to close  down at the end of this week on account of a shortage of fuel unless thestrike of the miners of the  Crows-Nest Coal, Company is ended  and that concern resumes operations.  San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 5.���Two  robbers entered the Japanese Bank  on O'Farrell street,in this city yesterday afternoon and, after fatally  beating the manager and seriously  injuring a clerk, they secured and  escaped with five thousand dollars  in gold coin. The manager of the  bank died two hours after receiving  his injuries. There is no clue as to  the identity of the criminals.  Boston, Mass., Oct. 5.���Theodore  Roosevelt, Jr., son of- . President  Roosevelt, has this week been summoned to appear before the Suffolk  County Graud Jury on a charge of  having  man. --  .assaulted  a Boston police-  Armstrong, B. C, Oct. 5.���The  business portion of this town was  yesterday destroyed by fire, the origin of' which is unknown. The  loss, which will amount to some  tens of thousands, is partly covered  by insurance. '  Teheran, Persia, Oct. 5.���The  Shah of Persia is seriously ill and  only slight hopes are entertained of  his recovery.  Rome, Oct. 5.���The Pope yesterday received in audience Mgr. Sbar-  etti, the apostolic delegate from the  Dominion of,Canada.  Hong Kong, Oct. 5.���The emigrant ship Charter House, plying  between Hoihow and Hong Kong,  foundered off Hainan Head on Sunday, Sept. 30th. The captain and  60 passengers and a number of the  crew were drowned. The steamer  Kochsisang has since then picked  up a raft on which were the chief  engineer, twenty-three of the crew  and two women passengers, and  from whom was learned the facts of  the loss of the vessel.  L'Orient, France, Sept. 5.���The  sole survivor of the wrecked French  freighting steamer Coatcoal landed  at Genoa this week. He declares  that after the steamer sank on the  night of Sept. 25th the crew, which  numbered thirteen and of which he  was a member, clung to a floating  timber and that one by oiie they became exhausted and sauk.      '���  A report from Whitehorse says  that the inquest, which was being  held on the bodies of those killed in  the Columbian disaster of early last  week, has been adjourned until such  time as the evidence of those injured  can be taken. L. C. Cowper, who  was seriously burned about-the body  and neck, is reported to be holding  his own, and hopes are held for his  ultimate recovery.  CAPITAL FOR  RAINY HOLLOW.  A British Syndicate Secures Control"  of Group of Promising Copper  Properties���To Push Work.  Mr. M. Thomson, who represents  an  English . and  Scotch  syndicate'  which has acquired considerable iii-<  terests in the  Rainy Hollow section  of Atlin district, spent Friday of last  week   in   town on business in connection with his  company's   future-^  operations.     This   company   lately'  made  the .first payment on a group  of   43  copper  claims located in the ���  Rainy Hollow   country,  on   which  claims  they had received favorable  reports from their experts who, during several mouths past, had-iiispec-  ted   and    thoroughly   tested     the  ground.   The purchase price, which  amounts to some$1,500,000, will be  made in several  payments, and it is  estimated that by the time the  property   reaches   its   full   producing  capacity: upwards  'of  five   million  dollars will have been invested.  Over thirty men will be employed'  on preliminary work during'the'  coming winter "on the company's  properties! which include the most  promising claims as yet staked in'  the new camp. This force,' which'  is already at work, will take out and  accumulate supplies on the ground  and otherwise prepare for the greater  activities of the opening of next  spring.  It is also the intention of the com--  pany to next spring commence the  construction of a line of railway from  Pyramid Harbor to Rainy Hollow,  a distance.. of' upwards of 56 miles.  The building of this road,' some 10 '  miles of which 'will be constructed  between the international boundary  and the new copper bearing district,  which is in British Columbia territory, will necessitate a large but  essential outlay.  Mr. Thomson, who is enthusiastic  over the assured productive possibilities of the holdings acquired by  his company, states that it is their  intention to rush development work  as fast as a judicious supply of capital and contingencies will permit.  The company's property at Rainy  Hollow is admirably situated to per:  mit of the utilization of extensive  and convenient waterpower.i added  to which there is.an abundant supply of timber for all purposes.  As the erection of a smelter will  be necessary so as to more profitably ,  handle the output of these mines,  the recent finding of a large coal deposit within eight miles of the camp  will greatly minimize the cost of the  fuel required. .Thiscoal has already  been staked by a number of Rainy  Hollow residents, one of whom, an  ex-North West Mounted Police,  having known of the exislance and  location for some years.  The ' operations of this company,  and in fact the future possibilities  of the whole of the Rainy Hollow  section will be watched with interest  by the mining men of the no:lb. ATUN,   B. Ca,    SATURDAY,    OCTOBER   &,   190ft;  The Atlin Claim.  -JtlHATLiN CLAIM is published cvcnv Saturday  MOHNINO.      MAILCO    FHCE   TO   ANY    PART  OF THE  WORLD   FOR   CO    CENTS    PER   MONTH!     S0.OO    PCI1  year.    ADVn.nnr.ina rates.: a.oopcn inch each  '.���|S:|:nTION :   n&AD'N'i.NJSTIf-.&^.ao.CGttTS A  LINE.  frecclAL RATES   ON   APPLIOAT40N.  JOB PRINTING :  ILL-HEADS, nosTCns, VISITING   CARDS,  LCTTER*HEADS, PROGRAMMED.      DTC*.  ETC.  ORDEn-3   PROMPTLY ,EXCCUTCD.  Pn.CES   MODERATE.  The Atlin Claim Publishing Co., Ltd.  W.    POLLAIID.     GHANT,      ElUtrOU-MANAGEH.  IMPERFECT EDUCATION.  How far the world has improved  . aiorallyas a; result of tha-wide spread  of education during* the* fast   thirty  years   is   a   subject to which ��� the  church in Great- Britain is   giving  serious' consideration. In, an address  at   Carlisle  recently the bishop  of  that diocese brought) a vigorous in-;  dictment   against   the   educational  products   of that- (pariocL    He said  - that while the number* of burglaries  had diminished, forgery had greatly  ��� increased.    Drunkenness was not so  prevalent,   he   admitted,   but even  worse forms ofi debaucheny had be-'  come common.    Gambling- had be-  aome alarmingly prevalent, and immorality hitherto  almost  unknown  in   the kingdom  was widely practiced.   Murders and the more-brutal  and violentiforms-of crime were perhaps growing less,, but the homes of  the - people  were diminishing with  the increase of luxury andl the- loss  of belief.   The-conditions, which the  bishop of Carlisle imputes to, that  imperfect   education which* simply  creates social unrest,, tihe* bishop of  Durham credits, to the growing prevalence of infidelity.    As mankind  loses   its . faith in the- promise of  future rewards and punishments, it  is   not unnatural, perhaps,, that it  should seek- to. malts- up  by enjoyment   in   this   life for what it has  ceased to hope for in another.. After  all,   however,, is  infidelity not the  product of imperfect education,, and  are' not the- forces of social and religious regeneration latent, iu   that  fuller knowledge which another generation,  with. its. larger/ opportunities, may bring to. the world?.*1���Van-  Qouveri Province.  Punch's cartoon "Twisting the  iLion's Tongue,''' is perhaps the best  comment yet made on President  JRoosevelt's valorous attempt to reform the spelling of the language.  Father Time- afler closaly a-xamiiining  with the aid of a magnifying glass a  [small incision in the titu-n-k of a  giant tree called "English- Language,"'asks,. "Who"s been trying to  cut this, tree down?"' to. which  'Teddy RooseveLt, wielding & spell-  ling reform hatchet, exclaims,, after  Ithe manner of young George- Washington,. "IFa-ther, I kannot tel ali, I  did it with my lit! ax.'" Father  Time reflects widulgeiihiy thati "Boys  will be bo3'S.'"���Ex. '  Useful and Ornamental  Why sksd out when you can out goods as chkai' uv*.i:v,J-  -Atlin, Nugget and   Grape   Rinc*��".  and  utt kinds *>f Jewelry niiin.a  fnetured on the premises.  Vine New  Stock   of   Watches,  Clocks,. Jewelry   nnd - Diamonds  Watches from $!>.00 up. Agents for Ccl'iimbiii Groiinophfflues..  Si.l.verware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  JULES EGGERT & SON, a��.in and ��iscovkry, '  safety Deposit v.uits.      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewelrs.  ��*  ���OO^-i  They   are   Waiting   for.Youl  IN  By tha- way some of the big 1& C.  Idailics scissior am; mining news, and  forget to. give-credit they evidently  jfear competition. Dig in your knife  ibut acknowledge-the act- We can  pack what we- print and the njiineral  'wealth of our district will stand for  iinspection.  Bargains  CLOTHING?   Hats and Dry Goods,  Carpets and House Furnishings.  FULL  LINK  ALSO  OF    BOOTS   andl   SHOES,  GOLD    SEAL   HIP    GUM  BOOTS.  1       ~~ ���~  "JV^rOTKHJ Ls. liosehy giMcn that. I, M. 11.  -t-N- Jiunieson,. intend to apply to the  Chief Coninjissitoner oft Lands nnd-.Works,  niter 110 days from dnio, for permission to  jpurchaso the following- described, tract of  jhiiid:. Commencing;- ot a posbou tho-north-  crn end of tha- diviilo between Spruce and  Otter Ciiceks, thence JO chains.s��uth, thence  ,10 chains east, tih.ence 'JO chains, north,,thence  40 chains west to point ofvcainmeiicenieiit,  containing 160 acr.es.more ou-Iess.  Dated 1st October, 19U6-.  dl M.K..JAMI1SSON.  Mo E�� Brown & Co.,  Atlin and  Discovery, B.  Successors to  J. H.  �����>������ �� ���>��->������o<s>+-  Richardson.  ���O  3  THE   GrOLD   HOTJSE,  DISCOVERY,   B.  C.  C. H. NISSEM���    - ������ -    -     Proprietor.  Iftestauraut iu Cbuncstiioii Under  New and Capable Muiiiikgement.  "TVTOTfCli Is hereby given that  I,  John  ~- �� Dunham,,intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner ofi bands- and Works,.after 60  days from date, for permission to purchase  jthe following detjcnUied* tract of land: Com-  jnieneing at* a- pant- on the summit of the  'divide between Spruce and Ottev Creeks,  jthenco 60 chains easb,.tdienee 40 chains, north,  jthence 150 chains.west���tilience ^0 chains south  jto   pouit  of coiumQiiooiucut,. containing 240  acres,niore or less,.  Dated 1st October,.l!)0IJ..  dl JOHN. DUNHAM.  According to. an extra, edition of  the B. C. Gazette, Thursday, Oct.  it8th, has been, proclaiuiedi Thanksgiving Dayi  Following is-a list of persons who  received naturalization papers at  the local goveriiinient offices, on. the  21 st Sept:: Sasaski; Sagirs, C. W.  Vance, E. C. Barger, R. L, Barger,.  L. Wood and, J. Neidhart.  "j^TOTICE Is hereby given that I,, .1. M.  -t-> Kiiirner, intend to apply to the Chief  Coniniissiojiott-of Lands,and Works, after 60  days from, date,. focpcnmissibii t�� purchase  the follow.iiiftdesciiibeditmiuJti ofi'land- Commencing at a post on the uoutliern end of tho  divide between Spruce and Otter Creeks,  thence -10 eliiuns-east,.thence ..10 chains north,  thence 40 cliiiius,wcst,.thcnce -10 chains south  to point ofi commencement-,, containing 160  jacres mor.e oil-loss,. * .  Dated 1st Oetober.i.lSOe.  dl J..M. HUFFNUIl.  THE WHITE PASS& YUKON ROUTE.  Through .'Line, from   Skaguay  to  Atlin,   White  Horse,   Big Salmons,  Dawson and all intermediate points. ,     .  Finelty- appoSntted trains daily,, except Stinday,  between -Sbagaay, Caribeu  a*ad .WWteLiorse.   Carry. Passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express.  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS  TRAINS::  ��� Hell..���Nardh Bound.. |  Noi.iL���South Bound-  3i30 a^ai. Lv.      SKAGMAY     Am. rt.30u.ui.  2J.0 p.Bi.B..y-'      CAB5IBOU      B,v. ll.RO a.ai..  430 pjn.Ai.-.. WHITE HOUSE Lm. 9.80 tun.  TIME  SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS.:  Loane CAKJ.BOflJ fry. in. Mondays,      Anuime ATLIN 3. a. iu. 'JTuosda-jis-  " " 5, p. in. Thursdays,. "��� "      ���" 9. a.iti.. li-i-ixlays.  Leave ATLTlS 5, u.m. 'Jluesduys,, Anuiivo- CARIlBQV Ti ai.ii-,.. Wednesdays.  "��� "��� '     5, p.m., 1<-Biidajis> "    ������        " 7i u..m.Sa.-tiii'da,ys.  150 pounds oS baggu��e w.iillllbe .clnwltod. theo wiith emch fluid fame hiicket and 75. poiiucB  with enehhalS iiaue ticket.    .'." ���  Pussongeiis must) be at. depots.in time to liaxe Baggage inspected! auidlchaaked.  'JL'iiuic Stihed.ultes.are subject to cliuugc withauti notice.  g��&~ . Bagg��ge   Bondeat  Tbeou-gf,lh.   ���  Pom- iinSsumatilMi' relative to Passenger, Freight,. Lrvuress and  I'olsgnaph  Katesi  apply to iui} agent oS the Cuuipmn.yoB-to.  A. L. BlillDOIi-, Gen. Mgr^  ,        J)> LIPSCOMBE^       Ji.fit..ROGERS. Traffic Manager,  Vancouver, 11. C,and Agent, Atlin. Vancouver, IL C, and  Skaguay, Alaska. - Skaguay, Alaska.  tj^r*-**!***;****^-^'*'**-*^  "J^TO'lTCH Is hereby given that I intend,  -^-~ sixty Aass from date, to apply to the  Chief ConiniifisioneK- oft Lands, and- Works  for permission to, pmiclmfie Uie fU>ll<nving  described tract of land: Commencing at a  post on westciui end 'Dutshi: Lake,, thence  south 80 chains, thence west 20 chains���thence  north SO chains to the shone ofr Tntshi. Lake,  thenco following, tlio sliore 20ichaitis.to the  point ofi commencement-.. Cantiuniug. 160  acres nior.e or less.  Dated .I.iili\a0t-h,.lf).flii,  ol3 WAvLaiW, 6r..S-M'iHKT.  Certificates  ef Improyesaents.  Mortgage Safe.  NOTICK IS HliBEUY GI.V.HN Thati the-  i<ndcrsigticd will sell; by. Public Auction on,  the flth day of. October,. lflOG,, all, the Mining  l;!roi)eiit,y,.l?hiiit,,Miu;hinor}:.and other goods  and chabtoLiL belonging to tlio "Columbili.  Hydraulic Mijiiug Canipaiiji," situftte an.  Spruce Croek,.. together with alii Leases.,  placer Claims,..AVater Rights and otlien-pror-  lysrt}* which may belong to tho said Com-  Ijany, uiidor,nnd by, virtue oi\ tho power of  sale included in a Mor.tgago bearing rfnto lab  day of Aprllv 100-L and made between tho said.  Gompnn.v.iuid: one.George fforviis Woodtey.  The said property, will'bo jqut up for-salo  at tho Court House, .Atlin. at tho lioun- of' 18:  noon on the above mentionoddlito..  For further particulars application may  )�� mado to E. M.N. Woods,' Agent for tho  BJortBOgso..  Dated this'2(ith day.of September, 1JI00...  k m. n. Woods,  -*g5=��it .-SoJItltor for. MQi*.tfiaua>fl.    ���  I Etta; Extension, At Laslh and White  Baby   Mineral   Claims.  Situate in .bhe AMin.Miliitig Diwi-iion, Cassiar  ! District.   Whore located:���One-quartei-  1 of ii.inileNortli-.We.itof Atiili..  '^pAJCJ-; Notice that. I.,.W. Gnss,.Kree .Miners'  1"." Certilicate No..ii��3,!>19,. and UK-mrent. for  C. O. Boehnie,. Fwev Minors*' Certilicate No.  11(13,978, intend,sixty.ilnjjs from dlie date hereof, to.uppl'y to tho Mining Iteconlcr for Cor-  tilicates of,' Inii)rov.ement.s,.for the purpose  off (-btaiiiing Croiv.u, Gtants ofi' the above  claims,  Ajid fiirtlient-nJco.notico-tdint nc-tuon,.under  section :)7,.nnisfc bo commenced before the  issuance of sitob Cbrt-iflontcs.. ofi Iniprove-  monts..  Dated,this 21th day of .September, IDOK.  *-$ . WM..GASS.  ATLINTQ LODGE  A. R &, Ai.. Mi.  No.-IB- G..K..H..C..  llegular  coiiimiiiiicn-  tioiiH. held on   the  first  Thursday of each month  in  the  A. O. U. W. Hall,  ���. , , , Tl*Jrd..StotQ<i.  Wiiitiii*i,lu^iiJiren cpr.ilinlli iiiyjtiiij.  I  Everybody   Should  Advertise   the   District  When   Writing   to   Friends  By   Using  4'VIEW OF ATLIN"!  Writing Paper.  Only $i.oo Per Pad  Ii "Claim" Office.  '- .... i  The Object of  Is to advertise and promotey  the   interests   of the  ATLIN DISTRICT!  ��c*        aJP"      ufa  Are  You  a   Subscriber ?  g}'&fe&fi>'��A8A-2&iCMfe&ft-M^^  " W  b'i ���it  ATLIN,    B.  C,   SATURDAY.    OCTOBER   6,    1906  TO   DISCOVERY.  Far away 'iwixt lofty mountains  Tinted golden, piiriile-hued,'  Now in heliotrope tweet color,  Now in sky's deep heavenly blue. '  Crystalled   o'er   with silvery white-  Rival peer of fleeced cloud,       [ness  Aye,    these' mountains   seem    the  guardian  Of this haven justly proud.  Creeks, their waters here are bring-  Force that bears the metal king [ing,  Onward till imprisoned tightly.  Men do reap the golden thing.  Yet how often doth its reaping  Chain in fetters all their best,  Dashing character to pieces , .      ���  ���Tell me, can you stand the test?  Is il as you say a slaver?  Doth it bind both one and all?  Can not God iu love and mercy  Help to keep us from its fall?  Is it as you say a charmer  Chanting you away from truth,  With intoxication claiming  All the melody of youth?  i .  Is il as you say a helper  To the passing ships of night?  Doth it point the weary wanderer  Backward to the path of light?  Yes, you may iu rightful using  Upward bear a downward soul;  Yes you may no right abusing  Use it with Great God's control.  But if not, then say not helper  For'its curse is black' as night;  Yea its* billions will not save you  From a swift and certain blight.  Ah, ye may, for fools before you  Said that there exists no God;  But believe me���fools before.you  Wished that path they had not trod.  Oh, beware, think of thine actions���  There exists Almighty God:  He will for thy deeds an answer  Claim before His judgment awed.  Think not that another's actions .  Will be reason for thy sin;  All have Christ the spotless Manlife  As a pattern for within.  Should a child in writing copy  What his erring pen hath writ?  .  Nay, his eyes should on the copy  Rivet till correctness fit.  Should the scoffer point to Christian  As a sample of the right?  Is not 'Christ' the only 'pattern'  In this world ol changing light?  Then, Discover}', be a searcher  Into hearts that shun the day,  Bid the men that work in darkness  See the heavenlyVearchihg Ray.  Oh, before too late they wander  From the Pure, tlie Shining Beam,  Sunder bonds of ironed fett'ring  Let the world wide' see its gleam.  Gleam that will with radiant bright-  Pale the gold to duller hue;      [ness  Gleam that will with inward work-  Form a character anew. ' ]ings  Character that will enlighten  Beaming from Discovery land.  Character of God to brighten  Every island, every strand.  Sept. 22nd, 1906.        ���NiGiL.  "Mining World" Refinings.  A water flume having a semi-  hexagonal section is better adapted  to carry water than the usiial flat  bottom one. One that has proved  most successful has a 2-foot bottom  and is 6 feet across the top. This  flume has a higher carryingcapacity  for its sectional area than the ordinary square flume. It is also less  expensive,* and especially when the  cost of excavation is taken into consideration.  The Canadian bounties on iron  and steel produced locally during  the fiscal year-eliding with-June,  1906, amounted-to $2,004,339, as  against $1,540,203 in the previous  12 months, showing an increase pf  $464,136, or about 30 per cent." The  bounty on pig iron made from domestic ore is $ 1.65 per toni and from  imported ore, $1.10.  Manufacturers  of iron and steel receive a bounty .of  $1.65 per ton.  A' mineral vein of nickel has been  discovered in the southwest part of  the cily of Ottawa.1 Experts at tlie  Geological Survey have seen and  examined lhe ore and say it contains the metal. .Some time ago C.  K. Johnston obtained an option on  the property for $6,000, intending  to re-sell it for building lots. The  ore is nickel with a small percentage  of copper.  There are known but a few rocks  that consist of a single mineral  alone, these being limestone, which  may be either the species calcile or  dolomite; quartzile. which is a  quartz and felsyte, orthoclase. Very  often these simple rocks contain  other minerals. Most rocks are  combinations of minerals. Theyare  not definite compounds, but indefinite mixtures, and hardly less indefinite than the mud of a river.  Granite graduates insensibly, into  gneiss," and gneiss into mica schist  and quartzite; syenite into granite,  mica schist into horn blende schist;  granite also into a compact porphyry-like rock andqtiartz.trachyte;  and so it is with many other kinds.  This fact is a. chief source of the  difficulty in studying and defining  rocks, and especially the c^-stalline  kinds.  Synopsis of Canadian Homestead  Regulations.  A NY available Dominion Lands within  _xTjL the Railway Kelt in British Columbia,  may be homestended by any person who is  the sole head of a family, or any male over 18  years of age. to tho extent of one-quarter  section of 160 acres more or less.  Entry must be made personally at 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 the land in eaeh 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 by 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 bis homestead, the requirements us to residence, may be satisiied by  residence upon the said laud.  Six mouths' notice in writing should be  given to theCommissioiier of Dominion Lauds  at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal hinds may be purchased nt ��10 per acre  for soft coal and $20 for anthracite. Not more  than 320 acres can be uciiuired by one individual or company. Royalty at the rate of  ten cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be collected ou the gross output.  W. W. COKY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  N.R.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not bo paid for. jy21-6m  ll%A*^*"l^^^***'^*^^'*^i***^****^^**^^Ai^^^*A*^*^**^**^*^N*'N  Pine Cree fiottl  DISCOVERY, B. C.  A Strictly   First-Class   Hotel.  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  The Dining-Room, under the management of Mrs. T. Hinchcliffe,  furnishes the best meal in town.  *)V*>A^AA/**��V��AV^WVW*>*^***"*^^W->*^->  Hampton   &   Durie, Proprietors.  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  ���:   ' IN.  '-'  CONNECTION,  Hondo nurters for Dixon's stage.  ireat $ucte$$!  .  WE  MEAN   OUR  ��� rj i  Monthly Price List  and  our  CASH PRICES!  -Strange We never thought of it before I  Our  OCT. Price List is Now Ready!  OUR Printed Price List just seems to fill a long felt need, as, when  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.  Qfi^*       G^*       ifi**       ^3*       t��r*       ^*       tfi^*  mm CRjromg ���o.  LIMITED.  �����*8'����*"K$-"K<''K'*a--K'*a*����*#m-����**^  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,   also  POULTRY OF ALL  KINDS,  Dressed to Order.  C.   DOELKER    Manager.  ^^-^^t^V*^'***^WV-"*^M**^^*>V*^^Ot*^r^^**A^*��**-*-*^rV-^rV*^AA^<A**>^**V^  Executed Cheaply,  Promptly and Satisfactorily.  . . . THE CLAIM OFFICE.  V***AA>^A^A^**VVS^VV*Vf^��i^VV^r>>^A*>OS  The  Canadian   Hank  of  Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID   UP   $10,000,000.  Reserve, $4,500,000.  Branches of the Bank at .Seattle,  San Francisco,  Portland,  ��� .���������' Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points*  Gold Dust Purchased���Assay Office in Connection.  J. A. SMITH, Manager.  *VVVVV*VVW*>AA-VV*W>*"V^ ATLIN,    B.   C.     SATURDAY,    OCTOBER   6,   I906.  Local Events.  Atlin photos and souvenir postaJs-  at C. R. Bourne's.. ��� '  A shipment of IPaaacy'Stationery  Just received at E. L. .Pill'man's.  '   Capt. M. Foley   left  yesterday to  spend! the whiter iii* California,.  McDonald's   Grocery    makes  a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  Messrs. C. D. Mason and A'.' D.  Taylor left for southern B.C. Friday.  ��� Mr. J. Tallmire returned' to camp  on Friday's boat from an extended  visit' in the Wyntown and-, Tutshi  Lake sections.  ��� , - -     , - +  The concept,, which was to- have  been held in the local Presbyterian  church on the 3rd inst., was postponed to Monday evening, the* 8th  October.  Mr. and.,Mrs. Bert Hartshorn left  on yesterday's boat to- spend the  winter on the outside. They go to  Olympia, Wash., where their daughter Hazel is attending school.  Mrs. Peter Anderson, of Discovery, and -syho for the past three  months or so-had been, visiting her  old home in Washington- state; returned to camp on Tuesday's  boat).  Mr. F. W. Dowling retiuimed an  Tuesday from a Jew days- visit to  Whitehorse-. where- he had been. ��u  business in connection- with the  Dominion Government Telegraph  system.  Mr. A-. Dunbar Taylor visited the  , Atlin school on Wednesday afternoon and delightedi the children  by reciting a couple of Drunimoud's  goeuis in his most inimitablb manner. A. D. is- 'certainly a favorite  with the scholars.  , Judge F. McB. and- Mss*. Young  and children,'accompanied, by Miss  Glaholm, left on Friday's boat to  spend a few months at Nauaimo  and other Canadian cities. His  Honor, who will hold court at Port  Simpson while ou the way south,  expects to return to Atlin early in  January next. During their absence the ladies and children will be  much missed in social and school  circles respectively...  Why use inferior gasoline when  you can get 76 and 86 per cent, at  Regan's. ��� -Atliu and Discovery.  Mining" News.  New Arrivals.  Oct. 2.���F. W.. Dowling,. F. H.  Brackett,. Robert Seifenb and Mrs.  Ireter- Anderson. Oct. 5���Joseph  Tallmine and Jos. Buseiiigei-..  Obituary--Mrs. J. Nicholl.  Early Tuesday mohiing the death  occurred at St. Andrew's hospital of  Mrs. John Nicholl, wife of our well  known and respected cont'ractor-  earpenter. Mrs. Nicholl had been  seriously ill for many Weeks-and her  departure was not entirely unexpected. Deceased, who was always of  a.most bright and cheerful disposition and had many warm friends in  the town and district, was* 43 years  of age and leaves two small children  and her husband to mourn her loss,  together! with her father,, three sis?  ters and fouri brothers. The funeral,  conducted" by Rev. A. M. Ross, took  place Wednesday afternoon to the  Union cemetery and was attended  by many sympathizing friends. The  pall hearers- were:. Messrs. Jules  Eggert, J. T. -Regan, C. Doelker,  A. S. Cross, D. PI. McDonald and'  .'3&l:n�� Willia-ais.''. '   ��� fj  i Mr. F-'H. Brackelt, who for some  [time past was in the employ of the  (Guggenheim   company at  FAuvson,  arrived in camp this week to look  'after some of his personal milling  .interests.  j Mr. Otto Hovley, who-, has been  limning on .Spruce creek for over  (three years,.- lteft yesterday for Vancouver and southern coast points  .for a few months' holHeTay. Otto  'says he will return to the  north   in  the   spring, as   he thinks  well  of  Atlin's.future.  .   '     ' <*���  l - Word comes from Wilson  creek,  where active operations were commenced' early last spring toy a few  .individual miners, that most of the  men are taking out good' pay- It is  known tlVat for some time past a  few of those on the creek have been  sluicing and recovering twenty dollars pea da}' 60 he man.  Jas. Kershaw, Lyman Hadges and-  E. Davis, whoEJ-.'-wifeh L. Gierke,  have been vigorously pushing world  on their Wright creek placer ground  since- ihe beginning of the season,  returned to tpwn the early part of  the week. We expect next week to  publish a summary of their season's  operations, which are stated to have  been very satisfactory aucT the most  promising in the history of that  creek. ''  Mr.'R. Seifert was hi town Tuesday from Table MoiTtatain,., where  for some months' he has-had men  employed prosecuting development  work on a group of .copper ^properties. A tunnel is-being driven and  with every additional! foot it, is extended' the value and possibilities  "of the ground'are increasing. Mr.  Seifert, who will likely continue  work during, the- winter,, returned to  his cauap the same evening.  Mr. J. Bussiuger, one of the most  progressive' and prosperous .miners  of the Tutshi lake section of the  Atlin mining district,* arrived in  town yesterday on a short business  visit. Mr.. Bussinger is the holder  of a .Targe group of exceptionally  'promising quartz claims in the newly opened up district,, which claims  are said to. have been bonded for a.  big stum of money. Work has been  (pushed''cm* these properties.all sum  --&:�����&  Change  of  L*ocaitiori t  After the 1st: of October ������   '     ���  I will fee pleased to meet all my customers' afc.  my new premises in  THE   IRON   STORE.  ���   ((Hitherto occupied by Stables & Lumsden.)  ��    N. C. WHEELING.  *m,W  northern Brewing Company, Ltd.  '   �� -' ATLIN, B. C.  Brewers  of Lager Beer  and Porter.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  open day And night-  THE DINING-ROOM IS CONDUCTED  ON  STRICTLY FIRST-  '"' CLASS " PRINCIPLES.  THE ROYAL HOTEL,  DIXON   &   SCHULZ,   Proprietors.  Corner Pearl and' First Streets, Atlin, B. C  New  novels arriving constantly  at C. R.. Bourne's.  Read the  A. T. Co.'s advertise-'  ment on page 3.    It's right.  FfRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN ' CONNECTION.  eitaccsY wines, LIQUORS and cigars CASE goods a specially.  Heated  By   Its  and   Lighted  Own  . Plant  V.  Fine   Sample    Rooms  For Commercial  Men  WHITE PASS HOTEL  TV  F>.   D.  IV  McMlLLAN,   Manager.  Largest and Best Appointed Hotel in Yukon.    ,  WHITEHORSE, Y. T.  Choice    Bar   Stock  Rates MODERATE  jmer and recent assays obtained from  average samples of the ore have, Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  proved them to be higla grade. "*  7 '  J.   T.  REGAN.  ATUN  AND  DISCOVERY.  1 Iieop a full stock ofi Shelf nud Heavy  .Hardware at all times.  GASOLINE.  DYNAMITE;  osr.ioNia'E.,  OK.  BARBER SHOP.  1MRST STREET,     -       ATLIN.  Fv SHTELDS, Prop;   ���  HOT  BATHS 50 cts.    ;  Tlio bath rooms aro equally ns good us found  in eltlca.   Private Entranco for LadioH. ���  mice  Palmer,  The Reliable. Shoemaker,.  -   - ��� -'  Discovery, B.  C.  5ftui-.be* BaaJs. s. 5*g&ctaJI��$-  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  S- -S. Princess. May,  October  6th, J 6th and 26th.  S* &�� Princess   Beatrice,  October   9th  and 20th.  Suillntr from Skagway 8p.m. ,  Direct to' Vancouver and Victoria.  Traiisportinj**..by rail or steamor to Seattle without extra churua-.  Wo plvo (illicit service.    No intermediate calls.  l^or rates or information imply to  H. B. Dunn,  A��cnt. Skagway.  ���/Notice of Dissolution of I'urtnersiliip.  NOTICE "in horo (jivon that, tho partiiershii>  business hitherto carried on hy us. nuclei'  I Articles of Partnership,, at Atliu, II. C, u's  liarristers unit Solicitors, under the Ilnii  name of "Mason & KLslior", lias lieen disolved.  by mutual eonseiit, us from the 1st ilay df ���  ! September.MOiL Aliliuecotinrs will he paid,  and all accounts due to it will he collected, by  eitlior meniber of the firm, whose receipt fi/r  the siiine shall 'bo *n full and sufficient ilis-  churire.-The business wil,l���frpiu such date, be  carried on hythotiiHlorsitfiicilCliuitLes Dubois-  Mason, at the Ollico on Third Street, Atlin, IL  C, the undersigned. Willliiiu H. Kishcr continuing business at the same address until  the end of this season. j  Dated at Atlin, IS. C this lltli day of Sep-.,  tenibor, 111(10. "      C. Dohois Mason*.. ���  Witness. W. E. Kwuuiii.  "  'iL'l.'Ufi.V'LS.vWUJiiJj.'iaiL.' .ttZr-l  W. MUSGRAVE, B. Sc  Assayer and  '���sM Chemist  Conrad   City,    Y.  T*  HOT BATHS  Can be Had at  The ������ Royal  Laundry   On the Watorfroviit.  Men's Suits Cleaned and Uopuircd.  All Work Criiaruutcod.  .Goods Called for und. Delivered.  Cnsli on.. Delivery.  M.rs�� AV. Fenm�� froDticueas.  n  f-:>*  \ 1  ii


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