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 :,    SEP 27ms     �����*'  -r  ;f'v'  li/  VOL. 13.  ATLIN,  B. C,   SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER    16,   1905.  NO.  \ii  TELEGRAPHIC.  Death   and    Destruction  Earthquake, in Italy.  by  ARMENIANS AND   TARTARS   FIGHT.  Streets of Baku Made a Shambles-  Holy War at Tiflis���Japanese  Stoned   Americans -- Admiral  . Togo's Flagship Lost���Railway  and Other Accidents.  [Sl'EOIAIi TO THE CliAIM.]  r        t  Cantanzaro, Italy, Sept. 8.���An  earthquake which lasted 18 seconds  occurred here today and besides  wrecking three towns it caused serious loss of life and spread destruction and terror broadcast. .' In one  town a prison collapsed- and killed  seven men. The Pizzo district'was  entirely destroyed. - ��� V.'.  New York! Sept. 11.-A car on the  elevated line jumped the track and  plunged to the street 'below in this'  "city-today. The car was crowded  with working men at the time and  ' six of them were killed and many-  injured..-���        .    .  St. Petersburg, Sept. 11.���The  news from the Baku district is most  gloomy. The Armenians, Tartars  aiid other warring factions are be-"  : yond-ali'coutrol'and.'the^ streets -of  Baku are running with blood. Fires'  in-.the Blacktown' quarter and in  Bibiebat are still burning. It is reported that all the inhabitants of  the Armenian village of Mankend  have been massacred by Tartar  nomads. All the spirit distilleries  and silk weaving works of the Shu-  shu district have been; burned by  the Tarters and all workmen who  failed to make good their escape to  the~niouutains were killed.  Rome, Sept., 14.���Eighteen villages have been; utterly destroyed,  over 370 people killed and many  hundreds injured as the result of  the recent earthquake in the Cantanzaro district.  Uniontown. Pa., Sept.. 14:���The  Rand powder works near this city  were completely wrecked, today by  an explosion. At present it is  known that 30 persons' were killed  and 25 others more or less seriously  injured. The exact cause of the  explosion is unknown.  Tiflis, Sept. 14.���The Armenian  Bishop has sent out an appeal for  food for thousands of people who  are starving. The streets here : are  covered with dead and wounded,  the result of five days incessant  fighting between the Armenians  and Tartars. A holy war has been  declared. '  Ottawa, Sept. 14.���Word has  been received here today that a Soo  line passenger train ran into the  rear end of the Imperial Limited on  the C. P. R. Several passengers  and trainmen were severely injured.  Rome, Sept. 14.���-The volcanos  on Mounts Vesuvius and Stromboli  are terror slricken and are   leaving  the affected district in hundreds.  New York, Sept. 14.���The elevated car which jumped the track  and fell into the street below 011  Monday caused- the -deaths of ten  people and serious injuries to 40  others.  Tokio", Sept. 14.���The news has  been given out here today that Admiral Togo's flagship,, the Mikasa,  had "a day or two ago caught fire,  burned to a wreck and sank and  that 599 officers and'men had lost  their lives. The vessel carried a  crew of 935.' Where the disaster  occurred has not been made known.  Admiral .Togo was. not aboard the  ship at.the time.  Winnipeg, Sept. 14.���Sir Wilfrid  Laufier turned the first sod on the  Grand Trunk Pacific railway at,  Fort . William . on Monday,, Sept.  nth, with a silver spade. A large  crowd of people -were present to witness the ceremony.  Regina, Sept. 14:���The.first cabi-'  netof the new province of Saskatch-.  ewan   was, sworn   i�� yesterday as  follows:   Walter Soett, premier and.  minister'of public works; J. H. La-  mont,- attorney   general;   Jas.   A,  -Calder,   minister of- education; W  R..vMotherwell';"minister.;x>,f,;'agi;iciil-  ture aiid provincial secretary.  Winnipeg, Sept'14.���Mr. Joseph1  Martin, -of-Vancouver,..will address  a mass meeting on politicarqiies-  tions in this city today. It is re:i  ported that Martin willleada new  political party in - the Manitoba  house.'  Niagara Falls, N. Y.', Sept. 15.���  The Employees Association has resolved to stand by the newspaper  publishers in their fight against the'  striking printers and bonuses will  be offered by the association to all  printers who wili work for the newspapers affected by the strike.  London, Sept. 15.���Lord Roberts  proposed, visit' to America,-which  was some time ago postponed on  account of Lady Roberts being ill,  has now been postponed indefinitely.  New York, Sept. 15.���Dowager  Queen Margherita, of Italy, today  arrived hereon the'North German  Lloyd steamer Deutschland. She  will visit General Draper at Hope-  dale, Mass., and will then continue  on her tour of the world in an automobile. General Draper was the  United States ambassador at Rome  during the latter, years of the reign  of King Humbert,  Sacramento, Gal., Sept. 15.���  Ex-Senator Harry Bunkers, who  was recently convicted of boodling,  was yesterday brought from prison  to confront his associates in the  boodling combine. He confessed  and three other men who are senators have been indicted for having  planned to hold-up the building and  loan associations and compel them  to pay for government protection.  New   York,   Sept.     15.���Baron  continue   to throw lava and ashes  The   inhabitants    in their vicinity I Komura, Japanese plenipotentiary,  ���who hafi'bcen ill for some days as a  result of his strenuous and nerve-  racking ���', work at the Portsmouth  peace conference, is resting quietly  at the Waldorf hotel in this city.  Winnipeg,, Sept. 15.���The Tribune will .shortly announce the  formation of a new political parly.  Madrid, ^Sept. 15.���The press of  Spain is severely criticizing the  government's action in permitting  the British authorities to carry on  hydrographic work along the Spanish coast.  - Cincinnati, O., Sept. ^5.���Over  200 refugees from the yellow fever  district-, of Louisiana have recently  arrived here. Several of them are  held on suspicion of having the disease. >i Word from New Orleans  says that to date over 300 deaths  have occurred among the plague  cases.-! A  ��� ��� . GENERAL NEWS.  A Tokio despatch of Sept. 8th  says that because the peace treaty  was signed in America the Japanese  people' blame the Americans for the  nature'of the' terms decided upon.  The' result was that ten Christian  churches were burned by the angry  mobs and soldiers are guarding the  American legation. The Harriman  party'or;- ''Americans '-while-going to  attend dinner with the Japanese  minister of finance was set upon  and stoned, and.had to be escorted  by soldiers when returning from the,  dinner. ��� Mobilized soldiers have  been ' called to the assistance of the  Japanese police and Tokio has informed -Washington that the Am,-  erican legation is in no. danger.  Martial law has been declared- owing  to the serious condition of affairs.  The despatch concluded by stating  that the Japanese -government appears to be afraid to acquaint the  people with ��� the exact peace terms  made' with Russia.     ..   '.  A Tokio despatch of Monday,  Sept. nth, stated that every semblance of disorder in that city had  disappeared. The police and- soldiery have arrested and placed .in  prison 1,650 of the rioters. The  chief of police of Tokio and the  Japanese minister of home affairs  have resigned their offices.  A Winuipeg despatch says that  the price of the first three grades of  flour has dropped 15 cents per sack.  The autumn1" maneuvers of the  Austrian army corps at Galicia have  been stopped on account of cholera.  The Canadian astronomical expedition which went. to Labrador to  view the total eclipse of the sun on  August 29th was a failure owing to  the cloudy weather.  Aeronaut ;Baldwin was blown to  pieces at the Greenville, Ohio, fall  fair last week while giving an exhibition of the use of a dynamite balloon for war purposes.  A wreck occurred on the G. P. R,  on the night of Sept. 7th near Diug-  ley, 47 miles east of Regina,  when  an express train' dashed into a silk  train. One engineer was killed and  an express messenger and a mail  clerk were badly cut and bruised.  The passengers were uninjured.  The Canadian government is estimating the cost of the proposed  tunnel under the Northumberland  strait to connect Prince' Edward  island with the mainland.  The Keewatin Flour Mill Co. has  let a contract for the.building of ;a  flour mill with a capacity of 4,000  barrels per day. It will.be the largest mill of the kind in Canada.  ���  Battling Nelson- defeated Jimnsy  Britt by landing a clean knockout  in the 18th round of their fight at  San Francisco on the afternoon -of  Sept.,9th.    Graney was the referee.  o  It is understood in St. Petersburg  official circles that General Liue-  vitch will retain command of all  Russian military aiid naval'forces 'in  the far east with the title of imperial  lieutenant. ���  A Newcastle "Pa., report states  that two passenger trains collided  near Wilmington Junction -on Men-  day while running at a frightful  speed. No statement, was made of  anybody being injured.  There is . much,.comment in St.  .Petersburg, on, ;the ;;.new Anglo-Japanese treaty." If is claimed* that  the treaty upsets the balance of  power in the far east, maldng. Great  Britain .and Japan predominant..  A Christiana report states that  Norwegian troops are .concentrating  on the Swedish frontier and that all  the forts along'the'boundary line  are being garrisoned. - No explanation is given for the military. de-���  monstration. ��� ���  The last battle of the war was  fought on Sept. isty when the Japanese .attacked and defeated the  Russian forces after five hours fighting at Naibutu, oh the west -coast  of Saghalien island. The Japanese  casualties were light.  Honi Frank Oliver at Windy Arm.  A recent Caribou despatch to the  Whitehorse Star ��� says: The Hon.  Frank Oliver returned yesterday  with Major Snyder and Mr. Conrad  from a visit to the Conrad. Bonanza  mines on Windy Arm. Mr. Oliver  expressed himself .as greatly pleased  with the development and progress  that has been made and the wonderful showing of the.mines .and ore.  He told the miners and prospectors  that the government would give  them every assistance toward developing thef .country.and its re*  sources. The minister created great  enthusiasm and gained the confidence of the miners and prospectors  by his straight-forward talk. ��� The :  new. strike of co.pper created much,  excitement and . many claims: were  located. Miners who have seen it,  think it will make the greatest copper camp ever discovered as it seems  to be a whole mountain of metallic  copper. ATLIN,   .0.    C,    SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER    16,  1905  V-'V  The Atlin Claim.  TUB ATLIN CLAIM is i-udusheo cvirv t��Tun������  MonNitiG. mailed rncc to any taht or the  wohlo ran r.o ccnrr. peii month; to.oo pen  vcaii.    Aovr.nTisiKO riATUs: ti.oo pen inch cach  ;,       iriOCr.-ION I   BEADING NOTICES.  =0  CCNTSA  LINE.  "      SPECIAL   HATES    ON    APPLICATION..  -<��>-  BILL-HEADS/ ,  J015 PRINTING :    �� !   ;  '     ��� poGTCRs, ';' ''    visiting canoG,  LETTEn-HCADG,   (   .: :.   PROGnAMMEG,       ETC.,   ETC.  ,',"'''..��� '    ORDEnS    PnOMPTLY   EXECUTED.       .;.  ;      .  PRICES 'MODERATE.    '  ! ���..;/''/'..      ...'.":'.'.'  :THE.A'xI,1N   ClvAIll   P.UIIMSHING^'.Co.'.  ���"w. ..������.i?or.ij.AKD. ���'. Gicas:r,';   Emtoi^MA N Atiiiip  '.V:. ?��� v.-,���:,. I...'7.',-.,"s^lv, ���'.;,:.;;.,":':..';".'. '". ������-..'���'.;-.*'- A: .-;,-:��� -Li  >;-:; The;Ir6n Creek/Strike; i;;;  In '-:t'tie; TesIin:;I)istPiet;a3'Seeh by  ?'.vHan Atlinite on. Late>Visifc. ; j/;;  t ';:;������ Mr.'-Wmi^Brown,^;C/ %';��� ra'rr'iy ed  'in ;town./thisi;week"from;a.K'isit;lo  JitUescene of the:'.recent/ new^placer  ���strikevou;^Iroiiv'cr.eek: in;the Tesliu  ;;,disfrict.^;'pii;^lii^  ; Brb^viv': ;travenedr:Vvia4Yukon   and  :',\Hbbtalhiqua-,:rjvers,:..':.Te'sih  ;:Nisul(:inJ'river, -while: on Iiis 'return  : journey he:came oyerland/from;:Tes;-;  fliti.: '���] to -:: S urprise;:' lake:.':.;:!!*;:: was :.ac-  : compaiiled by/ Mr. ���;Brethour::^':���/: :;P \  .-.^!;::Mr.:' Brown' .sai'Si,that;Brewer, An-,  .derson and Thompson, the'discover-  ers, of gold oil Iron, and a few,:others  : x are "���';': worId ri g , o'n, th at creek -.and .are  tgettingfair:returns. v^The discover^  ^ers' informed : :h'ini:'.. ���that,1 although  ;theyVliadVworked',,oii; different creeks  7:'itf"that district 'jfor'Uwo^years'yaiid*  :had -found fairly' good, prospects, at  natime^vas it' their intention'6r.de-  .sire .',td create astanipede,'.and; they'.  ,: .asserted that the stampede '��� which  .occurred -in t,the':;latter part of June  was caused by' the iie\vs, of the fact  that they had[found gold; on 'the  'creek liaving''become known-'to the'  people operating 'ah:' hydraulic, plant  on 'Livingstone, creek, aiid who apparently took , it  for  granted /that  .'���the'ground had been proved to carry  , rich values, with the ���result''-that  they .suspended, work for the: time  being: and organized a staking  stampede.' : :������:;���:; ;- -:< .;.:-������'  Discoveries and many other claims  have- also "been staked. ��� oil -Sydney  a-ud' Marble' creeksy' the la.tten4iid  Iroiiicreek:being-tributaries of.Syd.-  ney creek. Although gold has been  found on each' of'these. creeks'it has  not as^yet been proved to exist in  paying ���quantities and the work  being done is mostly of a developing  nature aiid an cudeavor to deter-.'  mine   whether   or  not  the ground  -will pay working.  Mr. Brown states .that Jos. Simpson, Alex. Brown.and Peter Anderson, who went overland to the Tes-  liu lake district in July, have packed  a.winter's supply across country to  Quiet lake, which is at the' head "of  Livingstone creek. The party intends   to   prospect    some   ground  ..which. Alex; Brown was on a couple  of .years- ago and when our . informant left the NisuUiu.river they said  that they 'would likely, remain in  and  prospect the Quiet lake section  .until next March.  ,        .......  The A. B. Dance at Discovery.  The complimentary,dance in the  A. U. hall at Discovery on Friday  evening, Sept. Sth, under ,-iiie auspices of Camp Discovery, No. 19,  Arctic Brotherhood, was a very successful and well attended function.  The hall was tastefully decoiatcd  and the words "No Boundary Line  Here" were" conspicuous, as one of  the maxims of the order. The floor  was' in excellent condition and the  music, as furnished by the Spruce  Creek orchestra and Mr. Pilling,  'was of the best." The refreshments'  served, were dainty, lefreshing and  satisfying and, after dancing the  "home waltz," everybody present  voted the A. B.'s "jolly good fellows1' and as princes ofcntcrlaiucis.  Allin's quoto, although diivine;  slow, succeeded in reaching home  just bel'oie daybreak.  Future dances given by No. 19  will certainly be looked forward to  bv all lovers of the mazy whirl.  Last week two ocean liners went  ashore in the'river Sl. Lawrence 30  miles below Montreal. 'It is te'ared  that one of them, the Victorian of  "the Allan line, will be a total wreck.  ���The passengers and mails were  transferred in safety.   ,  At the St. Paul state fair on'Se'pt.  6th Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Sleventhal,  of liau Claire, Wis., fell from the  ���upper car of a Ferris wheel to the-  ground, a distance of 100 feel. The  woman was killed instantly and the  man will die from his injuries.  r~B"~iAKK Notice that, sixty days after date,  -L' I, on behalf lit'tho liritis.li Yukon Navigation Company. Limited Liability, intend  to a])|>!y to the Chief Commits-iouer of Lauds  nuil Will-Its i'or pcrini.ii.ioii to liurcliasc for  terminal and industrial purposes, on behalf  of said company, the following; de'-aribed  tract of land,' containing one hundred and  sixty (11)0) acres, move or less, situated in the  Cassiar District, Atlin Division- Cornmenc-  intr at a post, bit's tilled in the south West corner of Windy Arm, tlicnuo riiiiuitiK from thisi  post south SO chains, thence west 20 chains,  thence north SO chains, thence east 20 chains  to place of commencement.  'British Yukon Kavigiiliou Co., Ltd.,  Pei- 1'. I'". ScijAimoii.\IiLiT,'Siipt.,   Aircut.. , ..  Hated this litli day of August, lll')5. o21  r"|nAICli Notice tliat. sixtydnys. aftqr jiat.e,  -L J, on behalf of II. W. \i. Caiuivan', 'in-  teisd to apply to thb'Chisf Comiiiissfouer of  Lands mill Worlcs-for pormUhlbii-to purehaso  the followinji- dcscrilioil tract of hind, containing eighty acres (SO) more or less, situated in the Cassiar District, Atlin Division:  Commencing at u post aitua.cd in the south  end of Windy Arm, thence ruiiniujj from, this  poat south -10 chili us, thence east 20 chains,  thence north 10 chains, thence'west' and  iiIoiik the shore line to point of commencement.  IL W. }���:. Oasavas,  (   Per     ' P. !���'. SciiAliscilMlDT,  A-ent'.  Hated this Ilth day (if AiiK-iist; IflO.-).  ���     ' , o2l  ilielnl' aid ffiisfMieifaB mi$  WilV  SBSI)  OUT MMIEN   VOU CAN  IM'.T OOOIIB  Af. CUBA)1  1IEIIK ?  -    Atiin, Nurjgct ��"ci   Grape   RinSs  and all kinds of  Jewelry mauu  factured <iu the premises.  Kino  New  Stock   of   Watches,   Clocks,  Jewelry   and    Diamonds  ���Watches from $5.00 up. Airunts for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons.  , o  EOGfcRr k bON, atmn and  ���\j        ATI.UN     AlNl/'lJISCOVlCRY,  Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jewelrs.  Safety  Deposit Vaults.  They   arc   Wailing   for   You!  IN  unr\    trass  1'UIX    JilNJC    OK    HOOTS    and    SHOKS.,  ai.ho    GOr.D    SKM.    HfP    GUM   .HOOTS.  t&p  .Successors to.J. H. Richardson.  Can ad i an ^^a^^J^j^Z-SS^^  ���   '   ��� ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.    -  '    'S. S.  PRINCKSS BEATRICE, . -    Sici'Tjcmumk 4,  16, and 2S.  S. S. PRINCESS "MAY, -     , . SiU'T.  11, 22, and Oct. 4.  SuiliiiK'from Skagway 8 p.m.t, x<  '. .  Direct   io Vancouver   and Victoria. ���  Transportinff by rail or ttciimcr to Scuttle without extra cliarfrc.  Wo f?i\o:qu.iek service. -No intermediate calls. TJ'     "D      T^iinn  For rates or information apply to      J_JL.    JL).'    J_/LLIi.llj  Affent, Sltiiffwny.  THE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE.  Through ��� Line   from   Skaguay ' to' Atlin,   White  Horse,  Big  Sainton,  Dawson and all intermediate'points:  Fioolv'aopoip.ted trains daily, except SundKy,  between Skaguay   Caribou  ���     aad   Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express-  TliViE   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS :  No. 1.���North JJounil'. |"Xo. 2.���South Houmd..    ,  9.80 a.m. I.v.      SKAGUAY     A-. 4.S0p'.in.  ii.10p.ni.Lv.    ,'CABIHOU       I.v. 11.30 a.m. ...  4.30 p.m. Av. Wll ITIi HOliSli I^v. 9.30 ".m-  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAM BOATS:  Leave CARIliOU 5 p. m. Tuesdays,' -Arrive A'JIdN 9 n.ni. Wednesdays. -     ���  '"-,',"; lt _ . ���   m   x^ridayt,, " <) a. m. Saturdays.  ..envo ATI.TN B p. in.'Mondays, Arrive CAUIIIOU 1 a..m. Tuesdays.  r> p. in. Thursdays,"    - " " 7 a.m. L'ridays.  l,-)0" pounds of liiiKsriise will lie checked free with each full fare ticket and 75  pounds  with each half fare ticket. .'.'���', ,, ��� .   i       i    i   ���i-���,i  Passengers niubt >>e at depots in time to have l!��tr,'rap:e inspected and checked.  Time Schedules arc mibjaut to clian;;e without notice.  ��55?"     Baggage   Bonded   Through.  h'or  information  relativeto  PiissciiKcr,   KreiH-ht,  Jixpress-and  Tclesniph Kates,  apply to imv ap;eut of the Gompauy or to  A1.J.H.W11IT13. G. P&P.'a:, J.  LIFSCOMSE,        It.H.PJNNEO. Asst.G. 1<\�� P. A.,  ���   Yaueoiiver, 1!. C. -,       Agent, Atlin.       . bkaj^uay   Alaska.  r'jIIAKK Nulico that, sixty days uftcr date,  -A- I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner ol Lands ami Works J'orpei'niission to  purchase tlie followiii}�� di'scribeif tract of  IiukI, eiiiitnliiiiiK eighty f#l) acrcE, more or  luis, siti'.utt'd In liie Cassiar Mist rid, Atlin  Division: Gommem;iiijr at tlie, north west  boundary of II. W.H. Cunnviiii'x. locution,  thence running fi-oiu (his'point'south -10  chains, thence west it) chains, tjieiice.nortli  ���10 chains, tlicneo east 20 chains to poiiit of  conimeneenicut. '���  . .. P.   K.'S'CllAIIfiCII.MlPT.  Dated this llthday of Auu'iiiit, lOOS."   " "o21,  Now Arrivals. -" ������   L'*ollo,\vii>tj .is ..a . Iis.t of those who  , havo;.recently arrived :p.?r.llic Scolia:  Sept. 13���W. J. liobinson, .father  G. Kichelsbaclier, h'. iN'icholson  and P. Rocco.  rp'lAidi Notice; .that, sixty days after date,  -A- J, on beliulf of ,0. W.V1111 Johusoii, in-,  tend to apply to the Chief Coininissionpr of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase  the follou-iiiK described tract of. laud, containing eighty (SO) acres, more or. less, .Kitu-  nted in the Cassiar .District, Atlin Division:  Colninenci'n;; at11 post on the'lioiihdnry r.ino,  Insl.v. iivit tlie Yukon 'J'erritoi:y jiik,1 liriUsh  Columbia, situatcil on the west side" of  Windy Arm, tlionet! riuriiiiijr fronrtliis noiiit.  west ;:u cliai'us, tlionco sntitiiorly 40 chains,  thence oast till chains,thcin.-e north and iiloiipr  the'shdi'o llfi'o to 'point of-enninioiicuuieiit. ���  (!.. Wvsx JOIINriON,  Per T. L'.irjiAi'itif'.,  SPEED  SAFETY    -  CO Wi FORT.  TUB l'lOSEEII AfiASKA IjINK.  Steamors leave SKAGWA.Y for   ' '  Seattle, Piiget Sound,' San Francisco   and. Southern   Ports -v  . OARltYIN.G    U.   S.    MAIO.  City-of Seattle,     Sept. 8', 18,'28  Via Vancouver.      ���    ���       '  Humboldt,   ���-    -   Sept. I, !3, 23  Direct.  Cottage City',    -    Sept.  12,  25  " '       Via  Victoria and Sitka.  ��%&-   Above   Schedule  Subject to   Change  ��� \S'ithoiiL  Notice.  C.'t>. Dunann, Gcn.'Pass. Ast-  10 Market Street, San L'raiicUco, Cal.  E. A. MURPHY, Agent,  Skagway,. Alaska.'  Ajri-'iit.  I   Have   Re-opened  ���       - ���.-.        ���  rrr-On.the Waterfront.  - -Moii'm Suits Gleaned and-Kepairnd.  All Work Guaranteed." -,'  Goods Called for and Delivered.  Cash on Uelivery. ' .      '������'..  . .     . ..Mrs.,,M." Fehri,.^ .Wcpriciriss.'  !.';..-.-.'. :aS&&.'.'Fsfm&H ���'������'  The l^eliabSe'ShceiTtaksr,'  .'-  ������   '        -     ''-'���-  ''DlSCOVKKY,   1). C.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  THIS HOTEL JS STOCKED WITH  THE   BEST   OF   GOODS  S"awja  tSsshnstssB2ets   Pipsssia  Pine Cite, -pii  . DISCOVKRY, B. C.  A Strictly First-Class  Hotel.  Ditiiug'-Room in connection!  Choicest Wines, IJiquors and Cigars  ED.   SANDS,, Proprietor.,  Ited  The  lowiii  very success!]  .   Marshall  merchant olj  last week.  On  Sept.  i'cated 13ob fi  match at Da|  '-"TncSlffvi  at vSt. T,onis  one cveningl  'J'lie /|.S'VJ  iMasci' rivci  7S2,t\t\2 cas^  On .Sept.  gree dogs \\\  fire at the^  York.  Shanghai  by a tidal \i  result of IhJ  coast in 5c  The lot  have struclJ  the loading!  is almost atl  Last weej  ers in New j  pay. Worfl  was stoppe^  All the,  valley coal <  gone on sti  have had I  order.  During  there were  in   the   Ca^  .crease of 6c  of last year  The  Sail  pany wilTl  the   Doinis  thousands  duty on ste  "II  -ISTOTICBj,  -*���~      tendef  of Thui'sday,  for the  pm-J  James-   Kciim  Hill" anil "-Nc  "iS   belou'^^  H. C.  Ten per  must accomil  paid on eoniji  The hiKhesi  accepted.  Dated at A|  Rubber Boots a'SpsciiaSty..  Johnson   &   Durio, Proprietors.  *       ��� /..     .,  Discovery.    ,  ;���; Mt^tO - iMgQ,  A.  F.' ifi A.P/i.  i^i.^-ular   <-'o;iimi iinira-  ti.m.<  licl'.l  on   t',;e   llrnt.  . Thursday of <-a -li ij.'mil li  in   the   A. f). U. \V/ Hall;  bird .Street.  Dated this lith day ot August  1U33  \r Tli 1 rit .Street.  ,21 [    Vi��.Uiirg brethren, eurdiiilly iuvitiid.  OI'HN DAY AND NIGHT.  o21  i'lliST-CnASS RESTAURANT  .'."''���       IN ' .  CONNECTION.  UuiuluiiurUii's for Dixon's stiiuu.  Estate j  Judfje Young!  of James iver  All person'  tate of above  to iile Kamfl  signed on oi(  190:i, after  assets of saiu  to such claiiii  All person*  deceased arel  undorsiH-uodJ  10.05.  Dated at Ai  sIO-l  Estate of.  -poroTicii  J-^' iliiy li  ���Tiiil^u Yotiiif.1  of James 11nif"  All person.!  tate of nbo.vcf  to file same v|  Jicd, on or  1005, iiftor wlJ  assets of sail  to such elaiiii)  All iierson.'l  deceased uviS%  undersigned  Dated  at. Aj  slll-1  Wsmim ATLIN, B. C  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER' .16, - 1905'.-  ,VA.  We carry an Ai/stock of GROCERIES,  FRUIT and VEGETABLES  BUTTER and EGGS.    ,  E. L. PILLMAN ���& GO.  ��r-  Branch   Store   on   SPRUCE   CREEK.  Local Events.  Full line fishing tackle at Regan's.  The latest magazines and papers  are always on hand at Pillman's.  "Parker's Fountains Pens, all  sizes and prices at C. R. Bourne's."  McDonald's Grocery makes a  special of fresh eggs "and butter.  E. J. de Lama re left for down  coast points on Thursday.  H. Molyneaux- and family have  removed to Boulder creek, where  they will reside during the win ter.  Messrs.-Brownlee and McFarlane  left on Sunday's boat for the Buckley valley, where -.they will survey  a large .tract of ranche land;  Large assortment "graniteware at  Regan's. ���    >  . Mr. W. J. Robertson returned to  town ou Wednesday from Caribou,  whither he had gone to" look after  the shipping in of his' gasoline  launch.  On Sunday last Misses Jennie  McDonald and Josie Doelker left  for Olympia, Wash., where they  will enter a ladies college to complete  their studies. ������"���  At the 'song service in the Presbyterian church last Sunday evening  Miss McTavish gave a very interesting reading and' Mr. Jas. Lums-  den sang two solbsr'  Low rates, modern conveniences  and excellent service-have made the  Fifth- Avenue the- most' popular  Hotel in' Skagvvay. We can and  will please you���try us���you will  not regret it. 2  At noon on Thursday an alarm  of fire was sent in'from the hospital  and the department quickly had the  apparatus in position but their services were not used as the fire,  which was'a small one on the roof  of the hospital kitchen, had luckily  been extinguished before gaining  any headway.  On Sunday last N. C. Wheeling  and Geo. Findley saw a bear about  400 yards north of the brewery and  they touched him up with bird ammunition to see him sprint. All  week people have been trying to get  a pot shot at the same bruin and  to date only one teaser from a 22  found the mark���a dog turned the  bear and saved us the work of writing an obituary.  A carload of coal oil and gasoline  just received at Regan's. Supplied  in any quantity.  ,'-.  Stables & Lumsden carry a stock  of good groceries.  Evory man owes ittohimsolf and his family  to master a trade or profession. Read thedis-  play advertisement of the six Morse Schools  of Telegraphy, in this issue and learn how  easily a young man or .lady may learn telegraphy and be assured a position.-  Correspondence is made a pleasure  by using the new stock of fine writing paper and envelopes at Bourne's.  On Wednesday evening there..\vas  a half-hearted fire practice. . If people who are' house and property  holders take no interest in brigade  matters they can scarcely '.expect  uninterested parties to handle the  apparatus for them.  Concededly one of the best in  Alaska���try it. It is .operated by  the owners. Modern���fire proof���  first class. Rates to suit everyone.  ���The Fifth Avenue Hotel, of  Skagway. 2  County Court.  Koppacher vs. Columbia Hydraulic  Co., Ltd.���Other Cases.  On Saturday last "the jury in this  case brought in a verdict in favor of  the defendant company and the action was accordingly dismissed with  costs.  In the case of Bond vs. Kirkknd,  an appeal from the small debts  court, judgmeut was giyen^.the  plaintiff for the amount claimed and  for the defendant for a set qff..-/-n. .  . The . Haynes vs. Harris action  came up for trial on Thursday .and  for argument on Friday.���Judgment  reserved.. -..<;  Watterman vs.. Johnson was ,a  jury trial and ou the case being  opened Mr..Taylor, counsel, for the  plaintiff, withdrew the action.  Every day this week has, been  taken up.with trials and business is  very brisk around the court house.  The Weather.  ��� The lowest and highest temperatures  and rainfall recorded for the  week are as follows:  Max.         Min.  Sept.    8        60         33  9'       5i         36  Rainfall.  ��� in.  .21  10        52        -32     1*     ���" 54         36  12        54         42  Trace  13        55         37  H        52         30  Trace  Trace  Church   Notices.  Church of England: St. Martin's Olnirch���  Sunday services: Matins at 11 a. m.; Even-  sons'. 7:20 p. m. Celebration of Holy Communion, 1st Sunday in each month and on  special occasions. Sunday School: Sunday,  at!! p. in. Committee Meetings, 1st Thursday  each mouth.    Rev. JP. L. Stephenson, rector.  St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church-hold  services in the Church oil Second Street.  Morninpr service at 11; evening service, .7:30.  Sunday School nt the close of the morning  service.   Rev. W. J. Kidd. minister.  LOST.  "TSTTUGGET BROACH, Crescent shaped, on  -J-^ or about August 20th. Makers name,  "1'. IS. Kern, Slcagway," on back of btoach.  Reward of 810.00 upon returning to1 The  Atlin Claim office. ��� s2-3  WE   have only about  One Dozen of those  at   $1.00  each.',  left.  Our Boys, Girls, and Misses Shoes,  at $1.0�� per |>air,  are' going fast, and, this line will soon be cleared.  - . We,'Still Lead in- STAPLE  GROCERIES at  The   iron   Store*  'STABLES-�� LLMSDEN,  HT   R  TAILORS,  333'Hastings Street, Vancouver, B. G.  ' *****&*��'  *,.   Mail Orders -promptly attended to.  -Self-Measurement Blanks.- and Samples sent on application  northern MwM f ontpany, CttL  atlin', B. C. '  Brewers  of Lager Beer and Porter*  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS^ PROMPTLY FILLED.  The KOOTENAY HOTEL  " OPEN DAY''X^t) NIGHT.      '!  THE -DINING-ROOM  IS CONDUCTED ON  STRICTLY FIRST-  CLASS   PRINCIPLES.  THE"  RU8SEUL - HOTEL  D4XCN   BROTHERS,   Proprietors,  Pool   &    Billiards,    Free.  Freighting and Teaming  & Horses and Rigs for Hire.  TilE ROYAL HOTEL,  TALLMIRE   &   BENNETT,   Proprietors,  Corner Pearl and First Streets; Atlin, B. C  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SPECIAITY.  When   Writing,   Use  sss  The   isest   tine   of  to   he   had  in  can  he  found  ^  i&^��^$ Half-Way House  THE  is a haven foT nil  travellers. Tlio meals  are free-mTilnrj* ox\A  tlie bracers In the  bar as refreshing'as  the dew of the early  morning, Aii ideal  summer and w'inteV  resort.  TAMES  CLARK,  PROPRIETOR. '  \J  Ml  '- ml  u

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