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 ATLIN  &  VOL.  r5.  ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY.    SEPTEMBER    1.5,   1906.  NC. 375-  TELEGEAPHIC. :  TWO PASSENGER  TRAINS COLLIDED.  Eleven" Persons Were- Killed  and Twenty-five Injured.  SUDBURY, ONT., SCENE OF ACCIDENT  Governor General  Earl Grey and  Party are Visiting--B.C.  Boy Injured by a Cinnamon Bear���  A Cuban Senator Joined the  Insurgents���Western Canada's  Good Crops���Brothier's Sister  is Disgusted Witli Canadian  Justice���Topeka Struck Reef-  Anarchists' Designs Failed���  Another Shock at Valparaiso  ��� - ���Saskatchewan's "Pen".   -  [dPJiCIAI.1 -.CO TUB  CLAIM.]  . Sudbury, Ont., Sept.- 13.���A bad  head-on collision ��� occurred on the  Canadian Pacific Railway seven  miles west of this place early this  morning between a 'transcontinental'  passenger train and a homesteaders'"  excursion train. The latest information received concerning, the caus-  uality list states that eleven persons"  were killed instantly aud twenty-  five others were more or less seriously injured. The homesteaders  were mostly from the vicinity of  Torouito aud it is believed that the  majority oft those kilted or injured  are from their numbers. It is not  as yet.kno.wu who was responsible  for the accident.  Vancouver, B. C, Sept. 13.���His  Excellency Earl Grey, Governor  General of Canada, and party arrived bene' last night and were escorted to the Vancouver hotel by a  guard of honor from the Sixth regiment. The party left today on the  steamer Princess Victoria for the  British Columbia capital aud will  return to Vancouver in about two  weeks, when they will be tendered  a civic reception.  Grand Forks, B. C, Sept. 13.���  James Gilujoire, aged ten, was hugged, severely bitten and scratched  by a performing cinnamon bear on  the street in this town last evening,  but hopes are entertained of his ultimate recovery. The boy was pushed within the bear's reach by some  of his comrades.  Havana, Cuba, Sept. 13.���It ; is  xeported in official circles here that  Alfred Zayas, who . is president of  the Cuban Liberal party and vice-  president of the Cuban Seriate, has  joined the insurgent forces outside  of the city.   '  Ottawa, Sept.' 13.--A telegram  ueceived. here today from Dr. Saunders, who is in the prairie country,  says: 'I have viewed' the ' crops  between Calgary and Edmonton  and for live hundred miles east of  these (joints and have found the  wheat vail saved, iu good condition.  The crops of all cereals will average  well. . The., grain ,is . all  of a fine  quality and threshing is proceeding  in all sections."  Vancouver, B. C., ..Sept. 13'.���It  was ' made public here today that  Mrs. Adeline Guilbaiilt, a married  sister of Desiie Brothier who resides  in Seattle at present.'has refused to  return to Vancouver to give evidence against the recently pardoned  Frenchman at his forthcoming trial  on a charge of forgery. The reason given by the, woman for her  refusal is .that-she is disgusted with  British Columbia justice, 'and par-  ticularty with-that of the Dominion  authorities, for having released her  brother from prison after having  served only two years of a seven  years' sentence for procuring ������ and  vagrancy..- "��� -���      ' .;     ���  San Francisco, Sept. 14.���The  coast steamer City of Topeka reached this port yesterday with two  gaping holes in her side as.the result of striking 'a rocky reef ' near  Point ��� Arena in the early morning  fog. The. steamer , carried a large  number of' passengers and had a  narrow escape from foundering, but  there were-no fatalities.  ��� New York, - Sept. 14. ���A Berlin  cable of. yesterday states that Emperor William on Wednesday narrowly escaped death by an anarchist  bomb while at Breslau. Three foreigners, who had been commissioned  by the terrorist organization to assassinate the Kaiser during the military manoeuvres at that place, were  arrested shortly before the time set  for the carrying out of their diabolical intentions.  .- Valparaiso. Chile, Sept. 14.���Another violent earthquake shock  occurred ��� throughout this city aud  district ou Wednesday evening, 12th  inst., and caused a terrible panic.  After the first shock slight quakes  continued at short intervals for some  time. There were but few houses  occupied'in the town during the  past few nights.as the people, fearful of further shock and loss of life,  sleep in the parks and open   places.  Prince Albert, Sask., Sept. 14.���  It has been decided that the penitentiary for the province of Saskatchewan will be built near this  town at a cost of half a million dollars. One thousand two hundred  acres of land will be required in  connection with the institution,  which will contain one hundred  cells."'  ' '  ���"    '.'���";   ' ~ A;  Vancouver, B. C, Sept. 14.���Sir  Tbos. Shaughnessy, the president  bi the company; Win. White, western superintendent; and several  other officials and directers of the  Canadian Pacific Railway arrived  here yesterday on a tour of inspection of the company's lines.  The C. P. R. steamer Princess  Beatrice sailed for Skagway on  Tuesday night with a good passenger and, freight list. The Princ,ess  May sailed for Sakway Thursday  night. i, .;  Pilot Mound, Man., Sept., 14.'���  Eire, destroyed   the . Massy-Harris  company's warehouses and 'other  business buildings here early yesterday morning. The loss amounts to  over $20,000.  GKNKUAI/ NliWS.  At Dawson hist week Jack (Twin)  Sullivan defeated Nick Burley in a  punching bout.  At Putney, on the 8th inst.,Cambridge won the boat race from Harvard by two lengths-. -  British Columbia riflemen won a  majority of- the cups and-prizes at  the recent D. R. A. meet at Ottawa,  besides which they secured at least  five positions on the'07 Bisleyteam.  ' A severe earthquake was felt at  St. Lucia aud Grenada on the island  of St. Vincent, West Indies, on the  7th inst. The shock was (quite  strong and protracted, but very little  damage was done.  The Washington authorities have  ordered all American battleships on  the Asiatic' station lb return home.  They will be replaced by armored  cruisers, which are thought to be  more, effective inthe Orient.'  The first race between-American  and German yachts, for the Roosevelt  cup took place at Marblehead,  Mass., on the 6lh inst. and was won  by the American yacht Vim. A  later, despatch states that the. Vim  won 'three straight races.  Mrs. W. H. Thompson, mother  of Chester Thompson who murdered  Judge G. M. Emory at Seattle some  weeks ago, is said to be dying. The  trial of the boy has been postponed  indefinitely on that account. The  mother has never been informed of  the crime committed by her son.  The French ship Ville de Mul-  house arrived at Seattle last week  with her crew all ill with scurvy.  The ship encountered a storm near  Cape Horn, her sails were carried  away and for sixty days she was  driven about by hurricanes. Vegetables became exhausted aud scurvy,  broke out, with the result that the  cook died, the carpenter became insane and the whole crew took sick.  A late despatch fromValdez says:  For the first time since white men  have been in this section Mt. Wrau-  gell is perfectly quite, not a particle  of smoke is coming from the crater.  The Indians predict that this is a  sure sign of an eruption. They say  "Pretty soon kalipi," and are moving their habitations from the neighborhood of the rivers, in anticipation of a flow of lava, which would  melt the glaciers around the crater  and cause a flood in the valle3'.  On Sept. 8th General Guerrera,  leader of the revolutionary forces in  Cuba, refused point blank to consider any proposals for peace which  did not provide for the annulment  of the last presidential election in  that republic. He said that there  must be an agreement for another  election whereat every legal voter  shall have an opportunity to have  his ballot' received and counted at  once, as a condition precedent to  peace arrangements. He'refused to  consent to an armistice for 10 days  on any other basis than an immediate agreement for such an election.  Guerrera claimed to have over 3,000  well armed and well drilled men in  the field and said they would resume  hostilities at oiice unless his counter  proposition was agreed to.  The Law Courts.  Clay v. Queen���-His- Honor Judge  Young handecl' down judgment in -  this case on Tuesday, the judgment  being (without reasons) for the. defendant. The reasons for judgment  are promised some time iu, the next  few days. In this action motion .  was made on Wednesday for security  for costs of the interlocutor appeal,  mentioned last week, and the usual  order was made. , His Honor has  reserved the matter of" the costs of  the first trial.  Beatty v. Northern ��� Mines Ltd.  (lien case)���Came up on Tuesday  and was stood over till Thursday to  allow the company time to get  money from Vancouver. Oh Thursday it was again stood over as  money had uot arrived. Mr. Woods  for plaintiff, Messrs. Taylor, Mason  and Fisher for defendant company.  Kaye v. Switzer (which was tried'  last year)���Came up on Tuesday  and was adjourned till Monda3r..  P. C. P. Co., Ltd., v. Grime,  Pearse, et al���An application made  under the . terms of an order of the  full court reversing His Honor's decision, camet up -on Tuesday and  was stood over till Monday.  On Monday-and Wednesday the  cross-examination of Messrs. J. M.  Ruffuer, J. A. Fraser and W. P.  Grant on their affidavits in re Pine  Creek Flume Co. v. Pine Creek  Power Co., Ltd., was held before  Registrar- Yo'iihg. '       ' '  Deisler v. Prescott et al, tried two  weeks ago. His Honor ou Monday  fixed the damage sustained by the  defendants by reason of an'injunction  at$ioS. '      "    '  Thomas v. Harris���This case,  which is an. action for $6,100 for  trespass on and damages to a placer  claim, opened on Thursday before a  jury.' Thursday afternoon Judge  Young, the jury and the principals  and solicitors drove to Gold Run  and viewed the claim in the case.  The trial proceeds as we go to press.  Mining; rotates.,  ' S. H. Plumbe, manager for the  McKee Amalgamated Hydraulic  Co., was in town ou Saturday last  with a clean-up which his company  made the previous Tuesday. Five  hundred and thirty-three ounces of  gold, valued at over $9,000, were  obtained as the result of 23 days  piping. Although the water was  slowly (ailing off, the company last  week commanded a 6-iuch head  and Mr. Plumbe is fairly confident  that he will have one, if not two,  good clean-ups before the end of the  McKee creek season.  Hy. Nicholson, who returned to  town lately from Taku Arm, where  he had for some time previous been  doing development work on his  group of five free-milling quartz  claims, informs us that he staked  and secured control of three of these  claims in 1S99 and that he secured  the other two this season. The  vein, as shown by the work which  has been done, averages from seven  to. twelve feet iu width and is well  defined. The ore carries good values  in gold and, taken altogether, the  property gives promise of becoming  ; very valuable. ATLIN,   B. C,    SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER    15.   1906.  The Atlin Claim,  W1B ATLIN.GLAIM is pubu&hcd cvcnY.sA-riTFiDAY  MORNING. MAILCD HRCE! TO ANV PART- OF THE  WORLD TOR BO CCWB=. MIO MONTH ', tC.QO PER  Y.CAR.     AdVDRTiaiNo&TtAT&S-: *l��a;M��fytilN��H EACH  I'MvfflTioN : nzAJHt*ar.tu>7tca\. 2&.Qoru^-A line,  e^COIAL   RATCS-   Oft, A.fVU.1 OAT40/*,   ��*��_   JOB PRINTING ::  ILL.HEADS, POSTERS, VJ&TitUl   CARDS,  kSn-TCR-HCAOG, '   PflOCRAMUXS,      CTQj, ETC.  onDGRS   PROMPTLY   EH��CUTSO.  '     , PRJ&CS MODERATE*  been  done to secure ayrawn grant  )is greatly increased tfeftceby.  Secuse. titles h   Th��y ana- Ho-duaw  back ki helping the sale of au mine.  llHB ATMN GLAIM Pt7nr.iISlHtMJ.<S0.,.I,TD.  W.    PoiiIiAHD. . GHANI>.      EDI!BOK-MAv��jWJB��.  A GUMPS�� OF TMR. FUTURE.  The Dawson Naws o��- the-31st,  tilt., published; a long editorial on  the procedure-of! a placer camp, into  the future.  Our sister community, though  many limes wealbhien as a goldl producer,, has suffered in proportion  with our owoi and! ��then nii<nuig  aamps front the- natural results following- the woriciaag out of the easier  ground and tha- gradual disappearance of the individual operatec���the  eonsolidtation- and .holding by corporations and- laager ��paragons of the  individual holdings*.  . While the- output foa ysaus to  some wMi be iiicceasedl each season  by the installation audi use of expensive laiachineny aiidi lange- plants,  we fear that AMki���like- IDawson���  Btas- passed! its. paltay days as- ans individual operator's- plbcen camp.  B.ub, while- this may be- time as regards the.- placer, qjuestfion, the development of oun cjjuartz deposits will  make the-"pali��y days!"'of liieplacar  segime- seemi siaalS it* pcoportiGin.  Eacli month) sees greet strides  made-audi faifchi iii Qjiiartz revived.  ISCeveu befara- have there been so  many lode men* here looking, up  qjuart&asdiiism&the past sumaner..  We admifc that it is. slow audi dis-  aottraging. work to. get bile quartz  market to. move-,, but whan it does  move- the hard wonk audi Ifceartburn-  ings- are- all forgotten.  It must also/ be- EeineinbeiiediS that  a fortune should not be-demanded  for merely a-surface prospcst The  investor has- tov make- something  and, if things are to. mow�� quickly,  grices must be reasonable.  The cost off transportation and  mining have to> be- considered* and a  groperty. vsortht $aqo>.oogj> on the  coast or on a coast railway cannot  deniandi suehi ai figune- hare.  A successful, pnospecton does not  do his assessment week wLthi a penknife and a stick sitting by a stove,  like a ��ariaafi��atai(uiossi-r1oads,GOiiutry  store���he is at work developing his  claims. This applies equally to  A��tliirastOi��theE places.  The Rainy Hallow section, ofi our  'district is now, having ceally its first  move,, and tha-man there have wait-  seveii. y.aars>,  ' Wk<% Awn also, waited seven-  years, but if the men owning quartz  grospects aoouridi on east of Atlin  lake don't get a; move ou thay will  ���waiti a considerable time longer.  Whilarcrown grants do-not make  ai vein, any. richest or stronger���if  anything is there���tliey make it se~  aure and prevent the possibility of  losing title through law suits;, be-  1 sides, the sale value of a mineral  slaita. oni which Uug uacessary de-  ^elflQmant \wak. aud survojj have,  Steamboat captains oil th* upper  river  are now blessing the government foil the work  that   has   been  done  iiii dhe neighborhood ���� HelH-  gate, fonmerly the teanoii of navigation  between lieue and Whitehosse.  The masters arriving uepoct sliding  through the stnaitsofi the sulphurous  |naus��'  oni   fouB and  a   half feet of  Iwaten, touching nothing and   with;  jnoonn to spare.���Dawson news.  Useful and Ornamental Goods  Why send out when you can out goods ah curat heiik?  Atlin, Nugget and   Grape   Rings mid all kinds of Jewelry mumi  factored on the promises.  . Fine  New  Stock  of   Watches,  Clocks,  Jewelry   and   Diamonds  Watches from $3.00,1114, Agents for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons  JULES EGGERT & SON, a��hn and mscovkky,.  safety Deposit Vault..      Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jcwclrs.  &<  *SO��H  They   are  .Waiting  for   You!  IN  NOTICE.  Bargains  CLOTHING,   Hats and Dry Goods,  Garnets and House Furnishings.  FULL  NXMttCE fe lioeebjvt given that nUl PIUl-m  Mining Cluiins.luKulliy hoill in tho Atlin Mining Wiwiswo of. the Miki District will lie  heljl' oxen Srom Me- ffiMi. day oi September,.  &. l).,.lGHGuiiiitiijJbhc liitiU, (Jrj^ o'fi .liuio, A. 13.,  1007..  Xtatotl uM Atlin,. l^C.,. tihfe so^cntKdrty of  ! J. A.K1WSER.  Gold Commissioner..  ilsfa thsr County Cwirt ���� Atfin  HOTICE.  The lusii reg��Jhasii*tiiiK uC'tlio abewo Court  for the pieseitt senson wiU. lie held at tho  Court Htmse,.At!lin,.H. C.^en We<Sieuday.vthe  third day of Ocbobcii, A^D.,.B906,.o* the- lutvr  ofielewm u,V-li)c-It jji the Qo't-enoon.  Bagiotrar^  Atlin, B���C.y2hh Se#bj��)l��e1j>.BH)(i.  LINK  ALSO  W   BOOTvS    ani>   SHOES,  GOLD   SKAL   HIP    UUM   ' o  BOOTS.  fl. E.Brown & Cc  Successors  to J. H.  ���~��-��0���>-*-  AtUn and  ���^   Discovery, B.  Richardson.  THE   GOLD   HOTJSE,  DISCOVERY,  B.  C.  C. H. NISSEN,    -     -.   -    Proprietor.  Restaurant iu Co-nnretion SJndet-  New unci Capable Mannprcment. . ''  h  "^^rOTICK Is heuelwy kL-abii that I intend,.  -^-^*   sixty da��-.s ��soui da.te,.lio uppity to tho-  Cliisf Comniifisioiiev o3 Lands, and .Weeks  for permission to. purchase  the failawiiig-  desci;il>ed. tract of Ituid; C<MiimencuiK all a  post on  westrequ end Hutsltv Lake* tbenae  south SO ohajiiss.bheno* vuesli3> chnins^tahsiico  uoirth SO chains bo.ljlic slione o�� Tutslti- iaJte,  themco foiJowuiK tilie sliorc 2'i.clmo<is.to.the  l>oiiit  <v��  cojamsneeutsut^    CojitiaioiiiK 160  jacves mete or Ibss.  ����Aaa July. SOtluiaCk  ioia Waltbi*. 6^ S-WEKT..  I   i   THE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE.  JThrough   Line   from  Skaguay   to AtHn,   White  Horse,  Big Salmon;  !. Dawson and all intermediate, points.,  F��**Hy apnot��t*4 trains daily* except Sunday, between Skaguay, Cariboo  aMd  WWtfthorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express;  TIME  SCHEDULE  OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS!  ',- N��vl.-Nej-thB.o.��udi.-| Nova.-Sautli Ro.u��id.  St30 a-.��u. tx; SKAGUAY Air. 4.30p.m.  2Jk0p.m.]Lv. " CAJUBOU Iv. 11.50 ajn.  430 pjn.'Ar-. WHITE H��R3K Lit. 9.30 nan.  TIME  SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS:  feea-ve CARIBOU 5 p.u. Mondays*      Avrive ATLIN * u. m. Tues<livySv  " " Sip^ns^TlnirsdajSv ���      "��� kL       * a.m. Fridays. .  leave ATLIN IV if.m. Tuesdays, 4i��h�� CARIBOU 1 a.m. Wednesdays.  "��� "���      a p.m.- Fridays, " " 1 a. m. Saturdays.        .   .  K0 pounds oi bttKeajiei'-wiUbe cliecUtxl liee -with each Jull faie ticket and IS pound*  >wiikb,eaeh hivlS ffajfe- *iek��*.  ��uessueeit�� arnst be at depots, in time to have HuKprugp iusj>e<rted ati��t elietked.  IHoto-Siwsdnlcs. are subject ta ehaiige without notice.  Stf" ��� Baggage:   Bonded  Through.  Foa- SnfietfMatuMi relative to Passe��se��, Fi-eiRht. Kxpre��s and. Telegraph   Kates,  aj)plty to any agent ot ftlte-Caavjxaiu.ii or-to.  A. U BEKl>OEv Geiu Mgirv   .       J. LI PSCOM BE,       J.H.ROGERS. Traflic MnnaRer,  Vancouver, B. C, nnd_ Agent, Atlin. Taiicouyer^B.C.iiud  Skasruay, Alaska.  SKuKimy, Alaska.  <44ttt0Wm0***0���40**44P*4e4M^Q*^*4i44Mt*4*4^^  MOT ICE.  NOT5GE Is. hereby prtven tha**he owners  of the "-MonrJiiiian"'leutte on BoiiHler Caeek  will nwh be-cespunsible ��or any debts, ceiitrutc-.  ted by. tihe Ikiy men, flov: laboj- or supplies.  A.S.CROSS^  Atlin,. JjuIm l;Wt,.'aK)ti.        Miuiairaiff Uwnei.  ij-ai-3^in  Certtfic^es ��rf laiprtiwessients.  Etta Expansion, At Last��� and .Wbufte  BssJay   Mineral   Claims.  Situojte tn tho AUiu Mining Di-KU��<uuCa��sinr  Dkstuiet.. Whore LocutciLL���One-quarter  o&aiiiiilje North-.\VeKt of Atlin.  nnAlUi Notiee that t���\V. Gass, Free Miners'  Ceutyicatta No_ni>3;!ffi��,. niul as auout for  C. 0. Boehjiic,. Fuee Miners'' Certiiioato No.  ii0U,i>7S,.intenil,.Ki^ty ilu^s froja thu dato hereof, lo>[vp|ilc. to.ttlu! Mi.ii I ii jr Kfcctunlo* iter Cor-  t ill eat os oS J&iii��-ow)iw.'iits^for tlw> |uui|Hwe  of obkaijii��K Cl-��m<ii (iwimfcs. <xf tbe ikbovo  claims..  And liliKbheii-tiUto iiotico>t>hiMtnctU>nkuudcr  section y7��� imist be vouuaouued lioCoro tho  issuance ol suck, Covti-Hcatos. ol iiN4>*wo-  incuts^  Dated thiis 1st day ot August,. 1906c .  19     ...   . WM.GASS.,  Everybody   Should  Advertise   the   District  When   Writing   to   Friends  By   Using  "VIEW OF ATLIN"  Writing Paper..  ATUNTO LODGE  '. A. F. & A. Wt.  No.U G��U*B.C..  Uctrulnr  coinrouuiuu-  tlons held on  the ilrut  Thursday of oachuMuith  in the A. O.IT. W*Hatl,  Thl��l Street.  Visiting brothren cordially invited.  HOT BATHS  Can b* Had at  The BSqyal   On tho Waterfront.  Men's. Suits Cleaned and Repaired..  Alii Work Guaranteed.  Goods Called for and Delivered.  Cnsli on Delivery.  <&.-*-��-f  >-<$��������������������������������������-��-�����������������<$>�������������� ��������<$>  Is to . advertise and promote  the   interests   of the,  ATLIN DISTRICT!  ���^  ���;* .��**  Arc  ����ii "a  >  I  ot��Sk-A\% renxu, pc<uKi��te��u.. I te&ftftiw,ft^jaift8i8<ftMfe^ fc<;  ATLIN,   B. C,   SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER   15, . ^06  NORTHERN   MAIL  SERVICE.  There is something out of joint in.  Uncle Sam's mail service wlien a  passenger steamer of the class of the  Humboldt, and .running on'a fast  schedule, comes to Alaska every 10  days for month after month without  mail. It has been said before, but  it will bear repealing, that every  passenger steamer ' coming from  Puget sound to Alaska should carry  mail. The people of this district  are contributing enough in the way  of direct taxes and commercial prestige to the states to entitle them to  that.���Skagway Alaskan.  Hear, hear! Similar sentiments  to the above are felt throughout this  district and the-Yukon towards the  Dominion postal department in respect to our own mail, and there is  no reason but that every fast boat  sailing from Vancouver, Victoria or  Seattle to Skagway should bring the  Canadian mails. With us,' our mail  is either a feast or a famine, the latter condition prevailing too often.  The initial number of the Tanana  Daily Miner, which is a newsy and  well got up, 24 page paper issued  at Fairbanks under the management  of W. F. Thompson, late of Dawson,  arrived at our office last week.  Our Fairbanks friend evidently  got -his exchange list mixed as he  addressed us, "Lowery's Claim,  Atlin, B. C." No, thanks. To our  knowledge, Lowery never" ventured  so far north,-and recent advices informed up that he was last month  frozen out" at Nelson by the P. O.  department and. is now examining  the pike in the' direction of Los  Angeles.    "   '  ' '���'  A man in Arkansas was recently  tried for assault and battery with intent to kill. . The state brougut into  court' of the weapons used a rail,  axe, guii, a pair of tongs, saw and  ;iifle. The defendant's counsel exhibited as the other man's weapons  a scythe, pitchfork, pistol, dog,  razor and hoe. The jury decided  the crise as follows: "We,- the jury,  would have given a dollar to have  seen the fight."  "Canada is moving towards independence," says a Dominion sena-  ���tor. "Great Scott! . Isn't she sassy  and independent enough already?"  ���Boston Globe.  Tbe net receipts of the British  government from duty, on coal exported in the fiscal year ending with  March, 1906, were $10,919,865, as  against $10,263,870 in the previous  12 months.  Alaska, geologically', is'one of the  latest portions of the continent.' The  west coast and the Aleutian islands  are of very recent volcanic upthrow,  and the entire peninsular islands  and Behring Sea basin are still rising. The ibrces at work are shown  not only by the vast number of volcanoes in eruption, or those having  be&r active recently, but also by the  numerous valuable hot springs.- The  southeastern strip and archipelago  are believed to be later than the  Triassic period; they are part, of the  Rocky mountain granitic system,  overlaid by sedimentary rocks. The  St. Elias is thought to be the youiig-  est range on the continent, and is  post-Tertiary in elevation.���Mining  World.  THE   AGES   OF   MAN.  It started long before he knew  Or   thought  to reason whence or  why, , ���  When he was but a little boy  They said he was too old to  cry.  At twenty-live he sought a job,'  "Ah,   no,"'they said,   "you   are  too young,"    '  Ten years went by, he tried   again,  "Too  old,"   he  heard   on every  tongue.  At thirty-six he sought a wife���  "Too old," was hinted his rebuff.  He popped again at fifty-six,  Quoth   she,      "You're    not   old  enough."  At seventy he up and dies,  And left these scenes of good and  ill.  His   wrangling  heirs  set  forth   in  court   _,  He was too old to make a will.  A puzzling question thus  remains,  We ask it of the modern sage, - '  How  could  he live three score and  ten  And never strike the proper age?  ,   ���Brooklyn Life  Ole Dahl arrived in Whitehorse  oh the 6th inst. from Gold Hill,  where he says 20 men are employed  by Col. Conrad at 'mining while  others are building trails and stone  houses and otherwise preparing for  winter. One tunnel 100 teet long  has been driven aud it is proposed  to increase the force and keep work  going on all winter.���Star.  Synopsis of' Canadian Homestead   Regulations.  /\ NY available Dominion Land;,- within  _i_3- the Railway Belt in British Columbia,  may be homesteaded by any person who is  the sole head of a family,or any. male over 18  years of age, to .the 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  ono of thelfollowing plans:  (1) At least six months' residence upon and  cultivation of the laud in each year for three  years. ���..'-.-  (i) If the father (or mother, if the father is  deceased) of the homesteader -resides upon a  farm iu the vicinity of the land entered for,  the reonirernents as to rcsidenco may be  satisfied by such person residing with the  father or mother.  (8) If the settler has his permanent residence upon farming land owned by him in  the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisiied by  residence upon the said laud.  Six mouths' notice in writing- should be  Kiven to tlieCoinmissioner of Dominion Lauds  at Ottawa of intention to apply for patent.  Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre  for soft coal and S20 for anthracite. Not more  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 ou the uross output.  W. W. CORY,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  N.D.���Unauthorized publication of this advertisement will not be paid for. jy21-6m  *V*M*/WW*/*AAJV*S*i��WVVV**  DISCOVERY, B. C.  A Strictly  First-Class  Hotel.  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  The Diiiihg-Room, under the management of Mrs. T. HinchclifTe,  furnishes the best meal in town.  Hampton   &   Durle,        Proprietors.  ���'��� Hugger Rote!  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.     .  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  ���jIN     ���  CONNECTION,  Hondo darters for Dixon's staeo.  WE   MEAN   OUR  Monthly Price List  and   our  C45H PRICES!  -Strange We never thought of it before 1  Our SEPT* 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."  *^w    f^*    ej5*    cfi^    b&* ,   aS*    a^*  mm tRADine eo.  LIMITED.  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED  MEATS,   also  ��� ���-      POULTRY OF  ALL KINDS,   Dressed to Order,  C.   DOELKER    Manager.  W**/^*^**V*^VWWW^^OS^^^^*^A*^^M^WVWV  Executed Cheaply,   Promptly and Satisfactorily.  . . . THE CLAIM OFFICE.  ^www^^^wwvwwmvwos  ^VWV^WWV^VV^^^VA^fr^^O^A^^^^AArf^^^i^^^W^^*/*  The  Canadian   Bank  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. r\*    i  \  M-  *i>  ATLIN,    B..  C     SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER    ry.    190ft  LocaPEvents.  Alliu photos and. souv.eiiiiy postals  . c\liC. R. Bourne's.  A shipment' of Fancy Stationery  jtipt received at E. L. Pillman'^.  Mp.Donald's- Grocery, makes a  speoiftlty of fresh eggs and) butter.  ��� J. M. Ruflnar- is- still practically  confined-to his room-bub hopes-to  be-out again shortly:  Local nimrods'will, now begin to  make things- i.'iteresting for. those of  the edible feathery, tribes- tiiati pass-  near _here ou their way south.  A  concert  will ,be,given, by the  ��� best talent of, the camp at the , Pres*.  byterian.church, Discovery, on  the  evening of"Saturda3��,.Septi 22nd:  Ai dog-stealing case occupied-most  of Magistrate Fraser's time on Tuesday. After the evidence had been  taken and considered, the. accused  was dismissedii  Dr. H. E. Young, M. P. P., returned Tuesday from a. short visit  to Wynton and, the Toochl lake  sections, where he reports much  mining activit}'.  It is mooted that both a Discovery  and   a   McKee Greek bachelor- are  .each putting up grub-steaks for-the-  winter on the theory that '-'two can  live as cheap as one..'*"  Mr. and Mrs. P:. G. Ca-llaghan.  Llave been avvay all week at the  south end of the teke. They had  W. J: Smith's steamer Glengarry,  under charter for the.trip..  On her second regular trip last  week the Scotia landed 12 head of  beef cattle, 60 sheep and' 15- hogs,  all consigned to Mr. L. Schulz-. On  Tuesday's-trip she brought, in aboub  '20 ton of' merchandise- and some  mining, machinery..  Mrs. and Miss-- Zihkan, wife and  sister of the Canadian customs collector at Skagway, and who are  touring the interior, spent-Tuesday in  oamp and viewed: the-hydraulic and  steam shovel mining operations on  Kline cseek..  Read the A. T: Co.'s advertisement on page 3.    It"s righti.  The Whitehorse Star's Conrad  correspondent spins a yarn about a  merchant.of-the. latter town capturing- a moose and tying it- to a tree to  await the opening of the season, and  remarks:. "You.can'tmake laws to  beat those Canadians."  Rumor has it that the Rev. A. M.  ' Ross, accompanied by' a McKee  creek miner as guide, spent the fore  part of the week, hunting sheep on  the mountains .to the south. However,, it is. possible that the gentleman of the cloth was only, rounding  up "stray lambs.!''  .Skagway had a small" wild" west  sliow on Saturday last.    A range  .steer got loose and   made   things  lively around  the  gateway to  the  . north.    One man had.a narrow escape from being, gored to death and  ' a horse was severely injured by the  . liberty .loving, animal before it was  Bounded up.  Mrs. H. Molyneaux and daughter,  ' of Bouldencreek, left per yesterday's  boat for the southern B..C. coast,  where they Willi spend the. winter.  Mr. Molyneaux. accompanied them  as far as- Skagway, from Which  place it is his intention- to make a  - trip ��� into. theeRainy Hollow section  oi Atlin district..  1      Conrad Mining News.  1    {New    and.    Riclv   Veins,   aro   Being  Worked--Shipping^ Or*.  .    The Whitehorse Star of the- 7th  'inst.   contained   the  following-fnom  jits-Conrad corrcsponclenU::  In the north drift   in-  the-  tower  (tunnel   at.   the Venus the bestiary  yet encountered! is being  taken'out1,  showing   that the vein iii the lower  'tunnel,is richer- and1 larger,  than   in  'the-  upper- tunnel,, aud proving be-  jyond a doubt; Unit   the ^Ten-us  is   a  Teal; mine and-will continue to ship  'oro steadily from this lime-oiii  The Vault is looking- betlon every  day and'with the completion, of the  ���tram this month ifc will alfco be a.  regular shipper. Ore- is coining  'down via the Montana.'tramway  every day from-fabe Big Thing and  is being shipped from tbe company's  dock. - f  The recorden'S-. office is-working  over-time issuing- gr-ants for- properties in the Whealon, Watson and  Mill" Haven districts.  T. M. 5)a-ulLon struck soma- fine  ore on his property this week, assaying as high as:$175 in gold besides being- rich in silver. - He is  looking for 2,5. more men. to, put to  work.  The road to the Venus mine will  be completed -in about aiweek and  it is-certainly a. credit to-tha--builder,  W. S'. McS'ee-.  Gilbert Skelly commenced! work  on this end of the Carandss-Conrad  road, on Monday, last.  OF  0  Groceries, Mens' Furnishings,  Blankets, Boots and Shoes*  The- whole Stock must be cleared our regardless,  of cost befone the end of" tha months  STABLES ���� LUM55  THE  IRON   STORE.  northern firming Cmm:M> 01  ATLIN, B. C.   '  Brewers  of Lager Beer  and Porter*  SMALL AND LARGE'ORDERS PROMPTLY:FILLED.-  ***��**��>������  ��� Stables. & Lumsdan carciy-astock  of good groceries. ��� \  New  novels  arriving canstautly  at C. R.. Bourne's.  Arctic Brotherhood     .,- ;y  Church Parade.  Alt members ofrCnmp Discovery," No. 19,  Arctic Brotherhood, are requested to meet  at their halLat. 2.10 p.m. shorn, on Sunday,  September llith, to attend the nnniinl cliurcli  ���parado,. w.hen a sermon will-be delivered to  them at the Discovery. If l-esbyteiiiaii Church  by the Kev-.A^M. Kbss..  ,.  W.'IT. Tickers,.  1 Aivotib-Itecorder.  Motice of- Dissolution of Itartncrship.  i NOTICE is,here s;i'ABn that Hie partnership  business hitherto carried on by us, nuclei'  .Articles of Partnership, at Atlin,'B. C, as  'liarristevs twid' Solicitors, under the firm  name of "Mason & Fisher", has been disoh-cd,  by mutual consent,, as fnonv t-jie 1st day of'  Scjitembcr, 100B. All accounts will be paid,,  and all accounts due to it will be collected, by  'either aierahcr of.thc firm, whose receipt foar  ;the same shall be a full and sufficient dis-  ,chni,jro..The business wil|���fttQin such date, be  Carried ou by the andcrsi-rned Chnrlfcs Dubois,  :Mnson,.ai the Oilice on Third Sfcr.eot, Atlin, B.  iC, the undersigned William E^islier con-,  tiimiiitr business at tho same address until  the cud of this season.  ;   Dated at. Atljn..H..C. this. 11th day of September-, 1903: C. Dunois Mason.  Witness.                                W. li. tfisilRit.  Edward S. Willtinson. sl5-l  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  OPEN DAY :AND NIGHT.  , '" i,  .   '   ��� ���  TW& DUNING-ROOM  IS CONDUCTED  ON  STRICTLY FIRST-  '    CLASS-  PRINCIPLES.    .  THE ROYAL HOTEL,  &ixOBt &. SCHULZ,   Proprietors-  Corner Pearl and- First Streets, AtJia, B. CL  ffl.RST   GLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION-.  CHOICEST WINES, LiQUORS AND CIGARS CASE GOttDS A SPLC1AUY.  Heated   and   Lighted  Bx   Its.   Own    Plant.  AL  Fine   Sample    Rooms  Fan-Commercial  Meat  J.   T.   KJCGAK.  A-TIJN  AND  31SGQVK3Y.  T keep a full stock of Shelf and Heavy -  Maixlwuro at nil. tiiues..  " gelmsiie:  CIAHOLIKK.  DYNAMITE.  Why use inferior gasoline when  you can get, 7,6 and 86 per cent; at  Regan's.    Atlin and Discovery.  New, Arrivals.  W. MU.SGRAVE, B, Sc  Assaycr and:  <�����<$��� Chemist  Conrad   City,   Y. T.  WHITE PASS HOTEL  *3\ ' '        '        7\  W:.  D-  WIcMILLAN,   Manager.  Largest and Best Appointed Hotel- in Yukon,.  WHITEHORSE, Y. T.  Choice    Bar   Stack  Rates  MODERATE  O. K.  BARBER SHOP.  JEIRST. SXRJiKT,,    -      ATLIN.  E. SHIELDS, Prop. '  0&-     HOT BATHS 50 cts.  Tlio bath rooms are equally as Rood as found  in cities.   Prlvuto Entranco for Ladies. ,  Sept. ii���Mrs. and Miss Zinken,  ���(BsiesiegfcrSiiiQlftiti., Dr* W E. T��<iuiig.il  vSoe  Palmer,  iThe Reliable Shoemaker,.  -   -   -   Discovery, B. C.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company..  ALASKA'  ROUTE   SAVINGS.  Sa S* Princess   May,  September 6th, 17th and 27th*  Sm, S* Princess  Beatrices  Sepfiemher 3rd^, J 5th. and 25th* >  SiUlinK from Stkagway, Sp.xa..  M'reck to Vanco.uver and. Victoria^  Transportinc; by.rail or stenmqr. to Seattle without axtca ohauKei  H. B. Dunn,  Wo Rivo (iniclc service.     No interniecliato calls.  . .;..���..     For rates or Inforinntian apply to  A Kent, Sltapjway.  A Large Shipment o��  JUST. ABRIVED   AX  fflubbcuc BonAs. alStyztziaitoi^  During   the   Season   I   Will   Have  'Fres.h Ft'ot^ - ajnd!'V��getalcl��s. Arrivttag  EVERY  FRIDAY

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