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 ?C'  y,y��,w  SEP iS 1905  ^S*~SK  -^ ss'  k  ���*4J  i ti.j  t'-r  B���^  %-rc;n5?'  .��i.\��sr��r!i:3?  -<A  VOL.   r.y  ATUN, -13. C, .SATURDAY,   ''SiCPTKMJU'R  1905.  1   '-'  BLEGEAPHIC.  Russians and Japanese Decided  .  .��� '  for Peace,-  NC 320  JAPAN WITHDREW MANY DEMANDS.  Treaty to bo Signed at "Sagamore  .    ���    '      Hill" -- President    Roosevelt  Congratulated-- Notablos   aro  Visiting-   Canada���Automobile  Accident���A Bad Logger. .  : [si'iici vij to this oijajm.i    .  Poitsmoulh,   N. H.,   Aug.  29.���  ( When (.he peace conference conveii-  ���; ec! tli"i's;-inoi-ning_.Liie Japanese prac-  tically'.yielclecl all ol" their   unagreed  ' upon demands against Russia.  Portsmouth,   N. I-I., 1 p.m. Aug.  29.���Peace between   Russia and Ja-  . pan    was   practically concluded   at  this morning's session.'of the  peace  conference.  'For thc.sake of peace the Japanese  envoys, with a magnanimity worthy  ;of the 'heroic achievements of ttieir  ,  countrymen   during   .the war, luet  the   ultimatum   of the Russian Em-  peror   as   presented   by his'envoys  and abandoned their  demands,   not  only for  re-imbu'rsement   in lull for  "; the cost of the;war, but for the  repurchase by Russia of the northern  half  of Sakhalien .island.-    Russia  lias   however   agreed   to  au'cqual  division of the island. - '  The Japanese 'envoys also wi'th-  drew-articles 10 and 11 of the peace  ��� conditions as originally propose'd by  them. Article ��� 10 demanded 'the  surrender ,to Japan of all interned  Russian warships, while article, ii  referred .to.the limitation of Russia's  , naval power in] the far cast.  The delegates of the respective  missions will meet in session this  afternoon and the actual work of  formulating the terms of peace will  begin.  The news that peace had been  agreed; upon caused the most intense  ���excitement at the hotels where the  Japanese aud Russian envoys have  been staying. .Everywhere in the  city there <vas felt a delirium of  jubilation.  An Armistice will probably be  arranged al this afternoon's session.  Ottawa, Out., Aug. 31.���Mr. F.  White, comptroller of the. Royal.  Nortii West Mounted Police, lias  been appointed commissioner of the  Northwest Territories.  St. Petersburg, Aug. 31.���The  general tone of llie Russian press in  dealing with the peace terms is one  of resignation. The radic.il papeis,  while severely criticizing tlie cost  to Russia of the terms of peace, express pleasure at the conclusion of  the war.  Carlsbad, Prussia, Aug. 31-.���It  is rumored here that Piesidenl  Roosevelt;   of   the. United- Stales,  ',-''��� . 1'  will next year'receive a noted peace  .prize worth ..$40,000 in recognition  ���of his impartialseryices in.connection .with the Russian-Japanese  peace conference.  Portsmouth,   N. I-I.,   Aug. 31.���  Three very decided earthquake  shocks occurred in  this   city yester  day afleinoon. l'juildings"treinbled  considerably and people rushed in  terror from their houses.  Moo.sejnw, N.r.\\r.%, Aug. 3r.���  Sir Wilfrid Lauiierand party, who  ��� ire 011 their way lo Edmonton,'  spent two hours in chiving around  this city today.  Winnipeg, Aug. 31.���Sir Michael  and     Lady   Hicks-Beach     .passed  through the city today on their "way.  lo the Pacific coast.  ' St. Petersburg, Aug.' 31.���What  was   probably the  last engagement  "Of the war is reported to "have taken  place   on   August   28th, when the  Russians   captured    330    prisoners  and   a   number were killed on both  sides".  Portsmouth','N. H., Sept. r.���The  Russian-Japanese peace treaty will  probably, be _signed at -''Sagamore  Hill" as a compliment'to President  Roosevelt, and will be known as the  "Treaty of Sagamore Hill."  President Roosevelt has received  many congratulatory cablegrams on  the successful issue of the peace  conference, among them being messages > from King -Edward, Kaiser.  Wilhelm, President Loubet, Czar  Nicholas and other notables.  Sarnia, Out, Sept. 1.���Mr. F. F.  Pardee has been nominated forthe  House of Commons by West Lamb-  ton Liberals. ^ . y . . .,  -Berlin,. .Only . Sep_t/ j^--Prince  Louis of Batlenburg, who"has"c6m-"  oaaiicl of the British cruiser squadron  favorable   peace  as,   they-abseiled,  the Russian army was sine  of final  victory.  1  The Japanese have cap lured the  America p. steamship Monlara en  route to Pelropavlavski with a contraband cargo.  As the result of a race'war al  Carlist, Indiana, the negro Baptist  church (here was last week totally  destroyed with dynamite.  The Menzie wallpaper company,  of Toronto, has been fined $250 ibr  filling the positions of slrikeis with  alien labor from the United Slates.  The Pacific steamer Siberian has  broken the record between San  Francisco, and Honolulu, having  made the trip in 4 days, 19 hours  'and 20 minutes.  Sir'Thomas Lipton will make  another attempt to capture the American cap providing the New York  yacht club changes its present style  of measurements.  The Chicago automobile club has  which .is visiting Canadian Atlantic  ports, arrived in this city yesterday  in an automobile and was entertained at dinner hy the'Berlin Club.  Vancouver, ,B. C, Sept. 1.���H.  A.-.Edgett and F. R. Stewart, two  prominent merchants of this city,  while- riding in an automobile yesterday, aftenibou'were run'down by  a trolley car. The machine was  completely wrecked and Edgett was  severely injured.-"  Joseph Deinars, a drunken logger, armed himself with a revolver  and a rifle and completely terrorized  the settlement of Slioal Bay, an up-  coasl logging camp, for three days.  He " forced' ten men lo stand al a  hotel bar .and drink and then shot  the bartender. ��� He was finally arrested by the crew of the steamer  Cassiar and brought to Vancouver.  CKNKKAT,   NHWS.  A small epidemic of cholera has  broken out at Manila.  Lightning caused a $500,000 fire  in New York last week.  Phillip Krcigli, an Indianaian who  tipped the scales al 700 pounds,  died last week from dropsy.  Eighteen persons were drowned  Jasl week, at Rhode-Canyon, Colorado, as the result of a  cloud burst  Edward Nilsbn,' of Stevestou, has  been arrested on a charge of .personation at the recent, Alberni.  election. ..  A recent St..Petersburg despatch  lo ' Paris 'Stated that the Russian  generals in' the field were, urgiii"'  against-'���tlie; conclusion  of an uu-  abandoued motor racing on circular  tracks owing-to 'the many serious  accidents which have' befallen prominent racers lately. /     .   ,  The Norwegian storthing, by a  .vote of iio lo 104, .has adopted the  proposal of the government lo open  negotiations with Sweden for the  dissolution of tlie union. "     -  A St. Petersburg renoit states  that of late a number of ttains taking military lc-infoi-cemento -to    li:c  far east have been wrecked aud  many soldieis killed and injured.'  Dr.   John   Russell,    of  the post  graduate   hospital   at   New   York,  claims to have found a combination  of foods which are effective   for   the |  destruction of tuberculosis bacilli.  Tom I-Iarker, chief of police at  Fairbanks; Alaska, has decamped  so as to avoid an investigation of  his official doings. He was accused  of taking money from fallen women.  ��� Admiral Rojestveusky expects to  have recovered from his late wounds  by the middle of this month, when  he will return lo Russia with tbe  consent of the Japanese government.  The entire district of Warsaw is  now under maitial law. A biido-c  on the Vistula railway has been  blown up by the insnneclionists  aud communication with the city  was cut off.  Father O'Leary, who was chaplain of the first Royal Canadian  regiment iu South Africa, has retired from Ihe priesthood and has  been appointed Lo a position in the  Dominion department of agriculture.  The Japanese have raised nine  Russian warships and torpedo boats  al Port Arthur. Millions of bamboo poles were sunk iu small lots  and fastened to the sunken ships  and by Jhis means the vessels were  raised to the surface.        .  I-Ioch, the notorious bigamist and  wife murderer, who was to have  been hung on Saturday last at Chicago, got a new lease- of life by a  judge issuing a writ of supercede :is  that sufficient doubt, existed lo justify a review of the entire case before the supreme court.  '   Rich Vein of Copper Ova  Expected   to bo  Tapped  on   Table  It/ountain Properties.  One of the most promising groups  of mineral properties being' worked  in the Atlin district is thai on Table  mountain at Taku   Arm   which   is  owned by Messrs.' Cooper and I-far-,  kins.    Thcie   are  eleven   claims in  the group"and all 'are   ciosscd ' by a  mam mouth   ledge,' averaging from  60 to 150 feel in width, all of which  pairies   values,    and   which  is traversed   by 20   very'iicb stringers of  copper   ore.      The indications  aie-  that these stringers are. shoots from  an immense parent vein.  A shaft has been sunk on the properly to a depth ol 90 feet and all  the stiingers which have been en-,  countered seem to point, to "a common source. It has been decided  lo drive a tunnel into the property  from ��� a point Soo feel clown the  mountain side aud^oo feet lower on  the 'ledge than the bottom of the  shaft. It is.believed this tunnel,-on  which work, has already, be? un,  will demonstrate that there is a very  large vein of the richest kind of copper ore in the big ledge.  Cancellation of Leases '  In the O'DorineirValley���'Should bo  Staksd by Individual Miners.  Notices of cancellation of the following  liaises  in   O'Dounell valley  will' be   posted    by  the gold   commissioner:    The Metal Gioup���-Cobalt,    Gold,    Anlimo.iy,   Qrc,   Tin,  lion Copper, P.'atinum, Lead,-Zinc,  Iridium,   Mica,    Galena,   Bismuth  and Silver.    The Petticoat Group-  Mi nota,    Freda,     Edgarda,    Alice,  Florence,, Ethel, Lydia, Evangeline,  Lady   Margaret   and   Archer,.-'and  also the Nora, Coni, Dora ai)d Flora.  There   are other leases iu the O'Dounell   valley ou which   a   short  extension   of time  was  granted iu  order to permit of prospecLing  and  development   work  which Ins been  earned   on   during   llie-piesent season.     In the event of tlii-; woik not  proving satisfactory the   balance of  the ieasos in the valley will   be cancelled   al   the expiration of the extension of time granted.  We poited out in an editorial in  Till-: Claim some few weeks ago  the extent of the O'Dounell valley  and the opportunity itc' presented lo  piuspcclors. The cancellation of  these leases will throw open all the  piiucipal creeks aud we look for  sr.me staking by individual   mineis.  Mr. G. A. Singer, manager of the  Conrad Consolidated mines on Windy Arm, accompanied by Mrs. Singer, paid Atlin and Discoveiy visits  on Wednesday. -Mr.. Singer stated  that his company would keep a  large number of men on development work all'winter and hoped  soon to be' in shape for making big  shipments of ore. He also informed  us that Conrad City is growing  quite rapidly and has been visited  by many outside business people- ATLIN,   B.    C,    SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER   2, 1905  The Atlin Claim.  THE ATLIN CLAIM as vudlichco .Lvcnv cA-runDAV  MoAuma. MAH.cn rncc to any <>art or the  WOR.LD ron go ccnts pen month: tu.oo pen  ran.    ADVcnnsiN.G rates: ii.ooppn-iNcH cach  IWSEnTtON;   RCAOING  NOTICES.   2C CCN.TS A  LINC.  EVPCCIAL   RATES    ON    APPLICATION.  -���e*-  JOB PRINTING-:  yiLL-HEADS, POST.CJlp.f. .V.tOITING   CARDS  LETTER-HEApS, PnOCRAMMU.,       ET<C.,ETC.  ORDERS  .P'ROMPff-LV   EXECUTED.  PRICES    MODERATC.       '  The Atlin Giiaim P.umjifiAUNii Co.  W.   Porjiji��u.    Gjkanx,     Euurou-.MASAiiUH.  THE PEACE CONFERENCE.  Deep interest is taken in the conference of the pfcnapotentiaries.  That peroiaiiiecsl peace will result  is the earnest hope.    Our despatches  jthis we;k came as a great surprise.  The attitude of the Japanese envoys  up   to   the   last moment had. every  appearance of being-final  and   various methods were considered of giving Japan what she askediin an indirect   way in order that'the conference sliould not prove abortive.   An  immense   majority ot' "the  Russian  people   do   not   recognize   the   Japanese as victors and say that Russia "has" already conceded Japan even  more   than   she  demanded  at  the  outbreak   of   the-war.    'However,  the   efforts  of the. powers to bring  .about an amicable arrangement have  proved   successful and Japan really  gets   what   she  most earnestly desired, aud that.is-t'he'eession of the  Liao-Tung     peninsula,,,., including  Poit Arthur and Dalny.     Tiie  possession   of these  points as a naval'  base by the Russians was a standing  menace   to   Japan   and  effectually  barred tbe.exploitation of the mainland for commercial purposes by the  Japanese.    Russia  evacuates  Manchuria andrelinquishes all rights to  the protectorate over  Korea.    This  cession, together with the control of  the railroad   to Harbin, practically  puts   Japan   in   possession   of the  mainland and thus opens up adarge  field   for   her  surplus. population.  The Japanese are also awarded half  the  island  of Sakhalien, including  fishing rights.  The situation may be summed up  by saying that Japan has'fought for  and won territory and rights out of  wliich she had been tricked by Russia. Japan, in the conduct ol" the  war and iu the peace conference,  has certainly shown a wonderful  energy and magnanimity, in striking contrast to the action of "civilized" countries under similar  circumstances.  the valve leading to the steam guage  was closed aud the pressure ran  high with nothing to indicate it.'"  The blame was thrown on three of  the crew, who were killed, and Ensign Wade, who has been recommended for court martial.  Of course the boiler had no safety  valve.  Why didn't they admit that the  boiler had . previously passed the  stage of safety usefulness?  Anctlier case of a man becoming  a government's scapegoat  HospitE  WHY  Bl'NI)  OUT WIlf.N   YOU CAN  GET GOODS'AS CIIBAl- 1IK1IE?  Atlin, Nugget and Grape Rings nnd all hinds of Jewelry miiim  faeturcd on tlio premises. , r <        .  Fine J.e��' Stuck or Watches, Clocks, Jewelry ami Diamonds  Watches from ��5.00 up. ;>,  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons.  k  ATUN  AND   DISCOVKKY,  WATCHMAKERS  AND   MANUFACTURING  JEWELERS.  They   are   Waiting   for   Yowl  New Arrivals.  Following  is  a  list of those who  have recently arrived per the Scotia:  Aug'. 26���Mr. and "Mrs. W: Taylor, Miss 0'Keefe��� Miss Watson.  Mrs. Armstrong. W. S. Watson,  Judge Henderson, Mr. and" Mrs. B.'  ���V. ' McMillan, Father G. Eichels-  bacher, A. R.- McDonald, F. L.  .Morris, R. Grant, J. ( Tallmire, J.  Kiikland. Aug: 30���LP. P. Sc'har-  schmidt, Mr. and-Mrs. Singer,'Mr.  Beddeson, C. W. Wvnu-Johnson.  Liquor Licence 'Actj  rnpAKli' Notice that t, J: Frank Callhreath,  -"-    oT Telegraph1 Creek, li. 0., shrill applj;  to the Hoard of Licence Commissioner for  the   Transfer  ot   my Hotel  I^cence-for the.'  Cnllhreath Hotel, i'elegiaiph Creole, 13. C; to '  Charles Prosper Reid, "Stilrine Hotel."situated on Jjotl, Klock 3, Telegraph Creek; H. C.  ���    .!. Fbanjl Calliikeaih.'  A Special.Meeting; olf the Board of Licence  Commissioner*   will   be held in  the' Court  House, Atlin, Ii. C, September 8th,'1905, at 11  a.m., to consider the above application.  WAiiXJii' Owen,  Chief. Licence-Inspector.  IN  ���^BB^i^cii "gains  Hats and Dry Goods,  FULL'  Gargtets and House Furnishings.  LINK . OF    BOOTS, and    SHOES,.  also   GOLD   SEAL -HIP   GUM "-BOOTS:  The following^  which will be rei|  cert in aid of St.  at the Atlin (Jluf  evening next, S<:  I'Al)  1 Chnimum's nddi'i  2 Sun-* '.  Atlin Q|  Messrs. liobinsoij  3 Suiiji   Airs. K-i  i   Son;;   Mr. .hi  5 Kcuilntinii,  His lloiior|  6 Soiijj .'...  Mr.  7 Recitation   M r.  S   Soiif,'-   ili-J  SI   Souk   r.  flip': E.'Brown :& Co.,  Successors to J. H.  Atlin-.and  ' Discovery,' B. C.  Richardson.  *i��  ft��  ATI.1N,"45. C.   !  ' SHELF AND  HEAVY  HARDWARE,-  T>n and Granite Ware,   ���  Miners' and Blacksmiths' Supplies,.    Doors'and Windows;  - Furniture and Mattress Factory.. \  August Tfth, 190:").  nl2-4  TAKE Notice that, sixtj'clays after date,  ,, T, on behalf of tho British Yukon Navigation Company. Limited Liability, intend  to apply t.o the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Wtti-lis for permission to liurcliasc for  terminal and industrial purposes, on belnsilf  of said coinpaii}-, the following- dcscrjhecl  trait of land, containing one" hundred anil  sixty (160) acres, more or lens, situated in the  Cassiar District, Atlin Division; Copinienc-  inpr at a posit situated in the south west corner of Windy Arm, thence running from this  post south ?0 chains,' thence west 20 chains,  thence north��0 chains, thence east 20 chains  to place of commencement.  British Yukon Navigation Co., Ltd.,  Per        P. V- Schahscumidt, Supt.,  Agent.  Dated this 11th day of August, 19'),-). o21  Canadian' Pacific' Railway Company.  ALASKA   ROUTE. SAILINGS.,  S. S.'PRINCESS-BEATRICE,. -   September,4,  16, and 28.-  \S. -S. PRINCESS MAY, -   .    Sept. 11.-22..-and Oct.,4.  1 Sailing from Skagway-8 p.m.  Direct-to Vancouver  and Victoria.  Transporting by rail or steamer to Seattle,m-jitlnomt extra charge.  H. B. Dunn,  Agent, Skagway^  We give fiuiclt service.     No intermediate calls. ���  For. rates or information-apply to'  r~J~lAKB Notice that, sixty days after date,  -*- r, on behalf of II. W. 13. Cunavan, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner' of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase,  the following described tract of land, containing eighty acres (80) more or less, bitu-  atcd iu the Cassiar District. Atlin Division:  Commencing at a post situated in the south  end of Windy Arm,thence running from this  post south 40 chains, thence cast 20 chains,  thence north 40 chains, thence west aud  along the shore line to point of commencement.  II. W. 13. CaNAVAN,  Per      P. F. SciiAiiscmriDT,  Agent.  Dated this Ilth day of August, 1905.    ���        o21  IHE WHITE E&SS& YUKON 'ROUTE,  Through   Line  from   Skaguay  to-.Atlin.   White 'Horse, 'Big  Salmon,.  Dawson and all'intermediateipoints.  Finely appointed trains daily, except 'Sunday,  between Skaguay-'Caribou  and Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express-  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FI R.ST,; CLASS . TRAINS .'   ���'  No. 1.���North Hound. |  Ko.i2.TrSoutli Hoiu'ul.  9.30 a.m. Lv.       SKAGUAY' ' Ar.' 4.30 p.m. 1  2.10 p.m.'Lv.     'CAEIBOU      Lv. 11.50 a.m.   -  4.30 p.m. A r. WHITE HOKS1SI-V. S.30 a.m.  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS:  Leave CAlilUOU 5 p.m. Tuesdays,   . Arrive A'lUiN 0 a.m. Wednesdays.  " " S i>- in. Fridays, "' "        9 a. in. Saturdays.  Leave ATLIN !> p.m. Mondays, Arrive CAR1ROU.-7 a.m. Tuesdays.  " "        5 i>. in. Thursdays. " " 7 11:111.��� Kridnys.  -   150 ixiniids of baggage will be ��h��cked free with each full fare ticket and 75 pounds  with each half fare ticket.  Passengers must be at'dpjKits in time to have Haggage-inspected and checked.  Time Schedules are subject to change without notice.  MXF~   'Baggage   Bonded 'Through.  ��� For  information  relative to   Passenger, Freight,  lixpress and T'elegraidi Kates,  apply to 11115- agent of the Company or to  M.'J. ��. WHITE, G. F & P. A-, J.  LIPSCOMBE,        R.D. PINNEO, Asst. G. F.& P. A.,  Vancouver,.B. C. Agent. Atlin. . Skaguay   Alaska.  Duct.l  Song   3   Knadiiig  i   Song   5 Song...',  (i   Song....  7   Song   S   Song   Messrs. L.il   il  iii's Moil   Mr]  Mrs."l|   iir|  "Mr."  Mr. J|  Recitation   Items ���  A reception was tendered to tlie  Hon. Frank Oliver by the citizens  of Whitehorse.pn Aiig. 23rd. When  inyiting everybody-to attend the  Star handed put' a request that  children and those large, total  eclipse hats be left at home.  The latter part of the request-  should be made a note of by those  who attend the hospital concert  next Tuesday.  r~|~~UliE Notice that, sixty tlnj-s after date,  -*- f intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to  purchase the following described tract of  bind, containing eighty (80) acres, more or  less, situated iu the Cassiar District, Atlin  Division: Commencing at the northwest  boundary .of If. W. li. Caiiuynii's location,  thence running from this- point south 40  chains, thoiuio west 20 chains, thence north  ���10 chains, thi'iico east 20 chains to point of  commencement.  P. K SCHAHSCII.MIDT.  Dated this lltli day of August, 1905. o2X  A Washington despatch states  that the board of inquiry which iuT  yestigated the recent disaster aboard  {he U. S. warship Bennington found  {������{hat  the boiler exploded because  rpiAKIi Notice that, sixty days after date,  J- r, on behalf of C. Wynn Johnson, iitT  tend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase  the following described tract of land, coiir  taining eighty (80) acres, more or iess, 'sitiiT  sited in the Cassiar District, Atlin Division:  Coinineneing at. a post on the Boundary Line  between the Yukon Territory and British  Columbia, situated on tho west side of  Windy Arm, thence running from this point  west 20 chains, thence southerly 40 chains,  thence east 20 chains, thence north and along  the shore line to point of commencement.  C. Wynn Johnson,  Per T. KiCHAiiua,  Agent.   '  Dated this Uth day of August.  10(15. o21 '  Speed Safety Comfort  Pacific Coast S.-S.-'Co.  THE    PtONEEK    .AIYASKA.    LINE.  Sceamersof Company leave SKAGWAY for  Seattle,'Puget'Sound,' San Francisco  ���and Southern   Porta  CARRYING    U.   S.  'WAII-  City of Seattle,    Aug. 8, 20, 30  Via Vancouver.  Humboldt,. Aug. 13, 22, Sept. 1  Direct.  Cottage City,     -     Aug. 16, 28  Via  Victoria and Sitku.  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED .WITH  THE   BEST   OF   GOODS  Sam.  Johnstone,   Pro/a.  BX&-  Abovo  Schedule Subject to  Change  Without  Kotico.  C.'.'D.-DUNNAN, Gen. Pass. Agt.,  .    10 Market Street, Sail Francisco, Cal.  n.'A.-MURPHY, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska.  I'Have 'Re-opened  The Royal  Laeissdry  ���-On the Waterfront.  Men's Suits Cleaned and Repaired.  All Work Giiiii'iintced.  (TOodsjUilled for and Delivered.  Cash on 'Delivery.  MrS.   M.   Fenn,    Proprietress.  DISCOVERY, B. C.   .  A Strictly First-Class , Hotel.  Diniiig-Room in connection.  Choicest -Wines,-Liquors-and Cigars.  ED.   SANDS,   Proprietor.  Johnson   &   Durie,  ���Proprietors.  The   Sultan ij  Phillipine   islar  marriage to Miti  Two B. C. r\  knouii, were b'U  hotel fire at Porl  The  Westeril  Louisville, Ky.j  order   of .the  treasury.  Scientific-exf J  at New Orleans!  toes are the nief  fever spreads..  , -.The.Englisfi  fused the'CliiinI  of the British q|  permission to:]  anti-American  The executi  wliich was settvl  at Edmonton,>  Sept. 30th so a J  of Alberta's  festivities.  A Winnipe:  harvesters latelj  the toughest (J*!  struck the \v\v\  have been sevej  and stabbing c\  the men west. .*j  The  Ameri'.'l  notified   Chini.j  for  a   new   ti'i  called ofTunlilflj  ped. ��� China   !<I  that she will b.j  all   loss  sustaij  merchants.      *.',!  An attempt-���  20th   to   kill ij  mother of. Kii'lj  Italv,   while  the  Alps.    T^j  ���rock wall whici  bend of the ro.';I  caped with sli''  Palmer,  The Reliable Shoemaker,  -     -    '-  ���' DISCOVKKY,  B. C.  Discovery.  OlMCN DAY AND NIGHT.  Rubber Boots a Specialty.  KIKST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION.  iieadtiiiarters for Dixon's stase.  Annually, to fill thj  Kaili'oad und Tele;*.  Younoj Men audi  LEARN ,f  AND   R. R.'^|  AVe furnish 75nel'l  Station Agents ivS'S\  are the largest <fx  IN THE WOULD. Ei|'?J  dorsod hy all lead'(|  AVe execute a S2t|,  furnish him orhe'S  to  Slid.a month  i  Mountains, or f roi'  Slates -west of tlr.'ffl  graduation. y  Students can ei*  tions. l-'or f ull pa I  our Schools writi'5  office iitCiiiciiinn;  The Morse Si]  . Cincinnati, Ohio. v\\  Atlanta, Ca. .'J;t,  Texarliana,, Tex. "<  - <�����  ;!, (Ml  ���'-/  ATLIN,   13.  C,    SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER   2,    rgo5  leert.  programme  at the con-  lew's Hospital  ion  Tuesday  I>er 5th.  T   Selected  Club  |le, Grant, Sweet.   Selected  fjnng.   Selected  |ombo.   Selected  Jlondi'i'son.  Jiio,Ohl Milestone  KoVen.  J.'in rrei'oCainillu  |)'Joi-   Sailing  ���/an.  lill'eront Mariner.   ,.   ATLIN  Our'Stores  in   both   Towns are  now, fully stocked ' with-  full  lines'in   Groceries ��� and   Dry  Goods.  ". Co., Ltd.  A. S. CROSS, President.  ' PAItT   IV.  "WATER CLAUSES CONSOLIDATION ACT,'  18U7."      '   '  lid That. My Love  |url Kinliur.  ...Nitn Gitalin  |.'c   Selected  '.Young.  In Piping Itroezo  lies.   Annie Laurie  fouug.   Gipsy John  lylor.  Iriie Sroini Fiend  fsher.   Selected  Jombe.   Selected  lylor.  1'cWS.  jilu, one of the  Itely proposed  re Roosevelt.  Is, names itu-  |to death in an  :0., last week,  loual bank of  lee 11 closed by  Iroller  of   the  lits made lately  |. that mosqui-  ��� which yellow  Initios haye re-  Tmercial bodies  ffti Hong Kong  |nd discuss the  ICharles King,  jr ou Aug. 31st  lostpoiied until,1  I) be a  hoo-do  |ial   inaugural  s.ays that the  ling' there are  fe'liich has ever  lvince. There  ps of shooting  rains bringing  Ivernment has  il negotiations  Inv.entiou are  lycott is stop-  lb been notified  [responsible for]  J.tlue American!  adeou August'  Margherita,,  for Emanuel, of  lis motoring in  sjollided with, a  h   placed at  a  -'the (jueeii es-  iiries.  GRAPHERS  Bdsitions created by  Jjiiipaiiies. We want  K of good habits, to  J3GRAPHY  |f the Operators and  Our six schools  BSTelegrnph Schools  Vtl .20 years mid on-  Jwaiy Officials.  J to evevy student to  lion payingfrom $40  la east of the'Rocky  to $100 a. month in  lies, immediately upon  Jniiytiniel. No vuca-  s.rs regarding any of  lit. to our executive  Vatnlogiio free.  [of Telegraphy.  / Buffalo, N. Y-  '       LaCrosse, Wis.  ' San Francisco, CaL  ^T^H ERICAS "The British Anioricnii DrcMl-;-  ing Company, Limited," n company in-  corpoi'iiled under the "(Jompanii's Act, 1897,"  and which had conipliud with tlio provision-,  of the "l\,wer Coinpiinies' Relief Aol.lSWJ,"  and was in the sumo position niirit had been  specially incorporated as required hy Part  IV. of t.lni "Watni' Ulniisos Consolidation Act,  18(17," was granted iicertilicntedated the2til.li  day of Juno, 1110!), approving tlio proposed  undertaking or tho Coinpany and which was  therein stated as follows:���  "Tin* aim nisi tion hy purchase or undor  powers conferred hy thu'Water Clauses Cou-  HoJidutluii Act, 1S07,' of two acres, more or  loss, of ground situated on the south sido'of  Pino' Creole- at the foot oT Pine Creole Kails,  in tho AtlliiLako Mining Division of the Cassiar District, which forms part of the milling  ground leased to tho Pino Creek Power  Company, Limited, for the purpose of hy-  druulic workings. This piece'of land is intended to ho acquired as a site for the erection thereou'of a "power-house and the necessary buildings iu connection therewith for  the generation and distribution hjr electrical  methods, for the operation of a bucket  dredge capable-of'treating three thousand  cubic yards daily, for lighting aud any other  purposes for which such power may be used  miller' the "provisions of'Part IV. of the  ' Water Clauses Consolidation Act, 1S9?.' The  generality of any words-im this clause are  not to be limited by any'words in the same',  clause or any other part al this certificate.  "J?or the purpose of the proposed'works  the Company has acquired from H.. W. Ii.  Canavau a record bearing date the-7th day  of April, 1900, of one,lth<iiusjiid inches of  water, to he diverted fnom Pine Creek above  Pine Creek Falls, and which is to be'returned to the stream at the Pulls."  And in.such certificate1 it" wasstatedthat  the Company propwsed to begin their uuder-  takirig:'b.vvaCQi'iiniiig ifcitlost<�� the gaidsite in  manner'afore-said, and by commencing the  erection th'efrfou oS- the 'said power-house;  and' that'the amount of the capital which'  would he 'duly subscribed before the Com-,  puny comnieueed the construction of its undertaking' and- works, or- exercised any of  the powers of .the "'Water Clauses ConsoIida-;  tion Act, 189V Part IV-, in that behalf was  therebyiixed at the suarof $2,->,000,-being the  whole of the capital stock of the Company,  and that the dilfereueebetweon'the saidsu'rn'  and the amount required to complete tlie  u'liilei'takitig and "works should be raised by  the ifcsno aud sale of debentures of the Company, such difference being estimated at the  sum ,o.f ��75,000; and finally, that the time  within which the said undertaking 'a'nd  works were to he eommeuced was iixed at  sixty days from the date thereof, and "the  | time within which -all the proposed undertaking should 1��5 in operation was 'fixed at  six months from the date thereof;  And whereas the Company subsequently  found it inadvisable, by reason of the fact  that in the judgment of hydraulic expert,  engineers the Jooation was not a suitable  one for the erection of a power-house, to ae-  riuire the site for its power-house referred  to in and contemplated by tho aforesaid cer-,  tiiicate, and ou advice that siich was within  its power determined to and did erect the  power-house ou ground occupied by it under,  lease for mining purposes, and known as the  "Flora Hydraulic Bench Lease," and situate  on the north side of Pino Creek and lit the  foot of Pine Greek Falls, and has applied for  the purchase from the Crown of a certain  piece of ground comprising 20 acres or  thereabouts, including therein the site of  the said power-house, which application has  been allowed subject to survey, and said  now'er-lioubo and other the works authorised by the aforesaid ccrtiiicato tire-now iu  operation aud have been since a date'prior  to the date iixed for completion by such  certificate;  And whereas tho Company has applied 'to  the Lieutenant-Governor, in Council for nn  amoiidmeiit of its certillcato so as'to show  the corrootnitiiiitioii of its power-hoiiso, and  also the district within which the operations,  of the Company ure to bo exorcised, and also  enlarging its powers, and has lilod with the  Clerk of the Executive Council the documents required by section Sli of the said Act,  mid a plan of the said locality;  Tuiti WTO OEKTIIfV that the undertaking  of the Company as submitted has been approved and that the sumo is as follows: ���  [a] The acquisition by purchase of 20 acres,  moreor less, of land described as commencing ut m post marked "13. A. D. Co.'ssouthwest corner," about 500 feet_.north-easterly  from.the south-west corner of the "Flora  Hydraulic liench Lease," on the north side of  Piue Creek, in the Atlin Lake Mining Division., Cassiar District; thence east20chains;  .thouce north lOchains; thenco west20 chains;  and thence south 10 chains to the point of  .commencement, and which land is now occupied by the Company, and upon part of  which, as shown by a plan Hied with the  ���Clerk of the Executive Council, the Company  has er_.jted ti power-house, with plant con  sisting oT two lmvuNtill\vi-ll Bieree Turbine  wheels and two Wi'Minghoiike typo of dynamos, with'transformer", ruining to 22,00(1  volts:  [b| The ivucinl-.ition, in addition to a record  ���No. :i:i already hi-ld 'by tho Company for 1,1101)  inches of water, wliich is diverted from Pino  Creek ubove Pino Creek Fulls, and is returned to thu .stream lirlow-tliu Kulls. of 5,000 additional miner's inches ofwntor to ho taken  from Pino Crock at a point about UliO foct  below'wluit is known as tho Old. Junction  llridgo across tlui vuiil Croek, and to bo di-  vcrtoil and conducted to tho works of the  Company by ditch, lliimo and pipe, and rc-  turned'to Pi no Ciui-lc ata jioi'iit, about ono-  halfmilo below Pine Creek Kails, .and tor a  record of which the Company has made application:  [c] Tho construction at or near the point of  diversion of the, aforesaid 5,0()o' inches of  water of a' reservoir lor tlie purpose' of settling the water'.before its entry into' the  raceway, and the enlargement of.tho Company's ditch and fliinic line:  [d] The enlargement- forthwith of the capacity of the power-house of the Company  to utilise the water-power from Pine Creek  and convert,the same by means of water-  wheels and generators into electricity, and  such further enlargement from timeto-t-ime  of, the said power-house or of the plant  thereof as maybe .deemed-necessary to increase the facilities of the Company iu f iir'n-  ishiug electrical power:  [e] The operation of tho Company's undertaking--and works for-the-generation and  distribution of power by "electrical- methods  for mining, lighting and any other purposes  whatsoever for which such power may be  used under tho provisions of Part IV. of tlie  "Water Clauses Consolidation Act, 1897,"  within the district described as follows:���  Heginning at tlie intersection of Pearl  Street with, the shore line.of Atliii'Luke, in  the Atlin Lake -Mining-Division of Cassiar  District, Province of llritisli Columbia;  thence northward'along the shores'of the  said Atlin Lake for a distance of 6.'^ miles, or  thareab'outs;'tho'nc'o on'a straight line east  24 miles', more or less, crossing en route Surprise'Lake; thence siuthward a distance of  23 miles, more or less,'crossing Dixie Valley  and the tributaries thereof; thence westward 20 miles, more or less, to the eastern  slfore of the siiid Atlin Lake;" thence north-  "ward along tho said lake to Pearl Street, iu  Atlin, the place of beginning:  . And_this is further to cert ify that the Company propose t:> cbnimeuce-tlie woi-lcs mentioned in'paragraphs sub-sections [c] and [d]  forthwith, and to complete the same twelve  months from the date hereof, lit an estimated  cost of..twenty-five thousand dollars, which  sum shall'be raised by'the issue.aud stile'of  debentures of the Company before the said  works fire undertaken.  Dated this 27th day of July, 1305.  CHAItbliS WILSON,  a2G-4 Clerk, Executive Council  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  FRESH   DRESSED   BEATS,   also  ^^"J��i ���M-��^������^ ���        rMMlTI'IIIIIIBMII    III       ||       |       |||    mm  POULTRY  OF'ALL.  C.   DOELKER     Manager.  KINDS,  Dressed io Order.  The King of Whiskies  And the; Whisky of ffissgs  m9& SCOTCH.  O    ()    o    o    o    o  Benwell, Peart & Co.,    -     -    Vancouver,  Sole Agents for British Columbia.  %  T~T  PHE    GOLD    IIOXJSE5  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  C, H. Nissen; Prop.      T,      -    F. B. Wrong, Mgr:  Restaurant in Connection Under  New and Capable Management.  fc  The Hope, Cariboo, Utah Fraction,  ATLINTA FRACTION, GOLDEN FLEECE,  CHIEu' FRACTION, and TORONTO MINERAL CLAIMS. ���  Located   East Side Taku A km of Tagish  Lake, ninu'milkb above Golden Gate,  Atliji   Mining   Division    of   Cassiau  Distiiict.  rj.AKE NOTiCE that the  Engineer Mining  Company, bpecial free Miner's Certificate No. 5721,'iutcnd sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  Certificates of Improvements for the purpose  of  obtaining  Crown  Grants   of the above  mineral claims.  A lid 'further tako notice'thnt'iiction, under  Section No.S7, must be commenced before the  issuance of  such   Certificates of   Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of August, 1005.  THIS ENGINEERS'.MINING Co.,  'o!4 A. P. Mead, Pros.  The  Canadian   Bank  of  Commerce.  '���      "'   CAPITAL    PA'ID    UP    $10,000,000. ���'  Reserve, $3,500,000.       " ���'���- .  BrancH'es-of'the Bank at Jeattie,  San Francisco,' .  Portland,  _     .    , '     Skagway, etc  'Exchange sold on all Points.' '  Gold Dust Purchased-  -Assay Office in Connection:  ----- D. ROSS, Manager.  WORKS, LTD  SPECIALISTS   IN  VANCOUVER, B. C.  The Ruth, Red Star, Long Island,  . GOLD STRING'ER, NORMAN and  KAM-  MA MINERAL CLAIMS..  Located on the East Side of Taku a mm of  Txgish  Lake,  Nine  Miles   South   ov  Golden Gate, Atmn Mixing Division  :     oir Cabsiaii Distiiict. y    :  r"T"IAKE-Notlco that the Engineer Mining  .-*- Company, Ltd., Special Free Miner's  Certificate No. 5721, intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to tho Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements for  the purpose of obtaining- Crown Grants of  the above mineral claims..  And further take notice that action, under  Section No. 37, must ho comnieueed before  the issuauco'of such Certificates'of Improvements.  Dated this 21st day of August, 190S.  THE ENGINEER MINING Co., Ltd.,  o28 ���'������������. I        A. P. Mead, Pres.  NOTICE:  NOTICE   Is hereby given that the owners  of the "Mon-Union" lease on Boulder Creek  will not be responsible forany debts contracted by the lay men, for labor or supplies.  A.S.CROSS,  Atlin, J uiio 26th, lOOfi.       Managing Owner.  jl-l-Jm .  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,  RIFFLE    BARS, STEEL  HOISTS,       MINING    CAGES  MADE   TO  A."  C. HIRSCHFELD,  Agent for Atlin District."  WATER    GATES,  RIVETTED    PIPE, -  and     ORE    CARS.  SPECIAL   DESIGN.  "-^T^OTICE Is hereby given that applica-  -L-N tion will be made to the Parliament of  Canada ut its next session for an act to incorporate a company with authority to construct, equip, maintain and operate a railway of standard or narrow gunge from a  point at or near Selkirk on the Yukon River  in tho Yukon Territory, south westerly by  the most feasible route towards Aish-ihik  Lake, south westerly through McKinley  Pass to the junction of the Dezaderish and  Kuskawalsh Rivers, thence along the valley  of the Alsek River by the most feasible route  to a point between the 136�� and 13S�� of  Longitude an the international boundary  Hitp.-  Also from the aforesaid Selkirk by the  most feasible route along the valley of the  Lewes River to a point on tlio Big Salmon  River, thence across the Hig Salmon River to  and along-the valley of tho Hootaliiiriua  River to'Liike Tesliri, along Teslin Luke und  from thence by the most feasible route iu a  southerly and easterly direction across the  Stikceu River, in a south westerly direction  along the Nuns valley and Kitsuingnlliini  valley through the Kitimat valley to Kitimnt  Arm in British Columbia and to commence  construction at any point thereon; with  power to construct, maintain and operate  branch lines and all necessary bridges, ferries, warehouses and wharves; to construct,  own rind operate telegraph and telephone  lines in connection witli the said railway anil  branches; to construct, purchase or otherwise acquire, charter, obtain control of,  navigate and keep in repair steamers and  other vessels to ply between ports in Canada  and between ports iu Canada and ports outside of Canada, carry and convey passengers  and freight and carry on  a general trans  portation service iu connection with the said  railway, and to sell and dispose of such vessels; to acquire and utilize water and steam  power or any other power for the purpose  of generating electricity for lighting and  motor purposes, or for any other purposes  in and may oporuto tho suid railway by any  kind of motive power; to expropriate or  otherwise ncciuiro foreshore rights rind  lands for right of way, Station grounds rind  other necessities; to acquire, take and receive lands or any other aid from the government of Canada or from any provinces or  districts thereof, or from -.any municipal  corporation or persons towards the construction of said railway or works; to levy  and collect tolls from all parties using and  on all freight. pasJsing in oi" over the said  railway or the bridges, vessels, or lauds of  the company; to make traffic and other  rnngemoiits with other railway  or persons and for all other usual and necessary powers and privileges; to carry on the  business of n generaltradiiig company and  of an express company, to own, manage and  lease hotels, and to own, mine and explore  and develope mineral Iiinds and to carry mt  a general mining business and any business  incidental to the purposes aforesaid.  Dated August 17th, 1905.  C. W. C. TABOR,  o28 Solicitor for Applicant*-.  ur-  companics  lodge,  A. F. & A.M.  _ Regular   communications held  on   the   first  I'liiirsday of each mouth  in  the  A. O. U. W. Hall,  -Third Street.  Visiting brethren cordially invited. ATL.N,  -B.   C,    SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER  1905.  -V  Wc  an A1. stock of G-ROCERIES,  FRUIT and VEGETABLES  rv\r  ���'���������- r  BUTTER and EGGS:  E.' L. PILLMAN' & CO  ��S3f  Branch   Store   on   SPRUCE   CREEK.  Lccal Events  _ Full line fishing tackle al Regains.  Tlie latest magazines and  pup-jr-;  are always on hand at Pillinau's.  Tlie Salvation Ai my has dceideti  to abandon its work in Skagwaj-.  "Parker's Fountains Pens, all  sizes and prices at C. R. Bourne's."  ���-McDonald's 'Grocery makes a  s'pecialtjr of fresh eggs and Jjutter.  The last excursion to the glazier  was all right for fislier-nien. "No,  he's in town."  C. \V.-Wynn-Johnson, of Skagway,. was in town for a few hours  on Wednesday.  .-3\hs-. Peter's bread���rlhe best iu-  the camp���can be obtained at Pill-  man's Atlin and Spruce Cieek stores.  Monday next is Labor Da3' and  the chances are that all game within  icach will think so.  The   Scotia   has   been   working,  o-y.er-time -this -week   bringing   in  d3'namite and other supplies.  ..'Large assortment grauileware- aL  Regan's.  The \V. P. & Y.' R. arc surveying a line for a branch iron:, near  Log Cabin to Silveidale on Windy  Arm. .   .   ���  >:Jam'es' Lewis, a miner and pioneer  (.��� Correspondence is .made a. pleasure  liy using the new stock of line writing, paper aud envelopes at Bourne's.  Burn this fact into .your, .mind���;  it is worth remembering there is  but one stiictly-fiist-class .-hotel in  Skagway���'ft is the Fifth Avenue.  Our carriage'meets all trains.'      r  Mmingr Notes.  T'' THE .CLOSIC- OF ANOTHER "FINANCIAL YEAR WE  again thank our numerous cusloirtcis for their continued support.  We have endeavored lo keep,our slock clean and up-to-date .and you  have shown your appreciation by your continuous patronage.  In-going ovcT'Otir stock we have found a few lines that have'been  slow  sellers   and,- in   order to  clean  those out and make room for more  saleable goods, wc have determined  lo  offer  them   at   prices   lhat   will  ensure'a clearing-.'   You waul, these goods���We want your money.    Come'  early and   get   lirst 'choice.  Yours   for   fair   tieaimenl,  "' ������- STABLES '&' tUMSiCN*  John- B. Stetson.aud other makes of Cowbuy.IIats al cost.  A splendid line of Boys and Girls Footwear at $i.5'o and $2 per'pair.'  ...   Fancy Colored Shirts, stiff aud soft bosoms, at-$i.oo each.  Clarks Chicken S6up at $1.15  per half dozen'tins.  A new placer strike has been  made ou the Kalchein river near  Chilkat, Alaska.  Thirty-four tons of ore-were last  week shipped to an outside smeller  from the Windy .Arm mines.  F. Bristol, K. C, of Toronto, has  bought an interest in the Big Thing-  group on Winds' Arm" from J. H.  Conrad.-'  An assay of $1,31,.134.60 'to the  ton has been obtained . from the  Swede group on Popular creek in  the Lardeau camp. ' ,  . A report comes from Windy A_rm  that three feet of solid ruby, silver  had been struck on 'the Uramus  claim of the J. H. Conrad Bonanza  mines.    -  N. Fisher, H. Pineo and W. S.  Taylor came iu a clay or two-ago for  supplies. They are prospecting a  small   stream   which flows into Mc-  TAlii  <-*9  mCCIXCnsMM tuu  ��eww^oerEnj��ere  i.icnifjr.T;  .333 -Hastings Street,   Vancouver, E. C.  . Mail Orders promptly attended  to.  Self-Measurement Blanks and Samples'sent on_ application  .1 ii iji ^wBh^  \wiV�� l^ft ���& *��  ���e ",iv��, -^s ����  ATLIN; B.- C.  ��.<-., .-,"     -      ;   r    ���  ,   Kinlev creek, a-tributary of the O'  of Skagway,   was  Jasj.t week found j jjom,ell-  dead in his cabin near  Clifton,   on  the W. P. Si Y. Railway.  The company has recovered eu-  g-iive No." '66 from" tlie" White Pass  canyon, where she landed.'in a're-  '���eeut mix-up, and have taken her to  Skagway for repairs.  If you are particular, aud want  the bestand mean to have it at moderate rates, you will stop at the  Fifth Avenue Hotel when in Skagway.���Remember the name.       1  Miss K. T. Jordan and 'Mrs. M.  Fuller,, of Toronto, who had been  visiting Mr. and Mis. J. Cummings,  left on Sunday ou a visit to the  Portland fair, after_.whi.ch thej- will  return cast.  Don't forget that the sports commence at *2 p.m. this afternoon in  front of the Atlin Club house. If  you .dont intend lo compete, whs-  turn out and watch those who do.  Kvcry!x)cly knows about the smoker  iu the evening.    The���nuff said.  A carload of coal oil and gasoline  just received at Regan's. Supplied  in any quantity.  Stables & Lumsden carry a stock  of good-groceries. '���'  livery ninn awes II tohimsolf and his family  to master a t nulr* or profession'.' Komi I hr dix-  plny ailvcvM��"Uir>nl of the si;. Morse Schools  tJ.' Tf'l'cyrriiphy, ��� in thin 'Issue- and li-nvii how  ensily n yoiiii^ itiun or lurly may learn tplu-  jfi-uphy and he assured n position.  j juonnen- river. The3r have sunk  twelve Jfecf and have got fairly good  indications. They return today and  will 'coiuimiii in their endeavor to  reach bedrock.     - ��� ....  The Weather.  The lowest and highest temperatures aud rainfall recorded'for the  sveek are as follows:  Brewers._ of' tasf&r H'ee^  and ��� Portera  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY" FILLED.    ���  he:.... KOOTENAY HOTEL  - OPEN' DAY AN D NIGHT.  /PEtE/DINING-ROOM  IS CONDUCTED 'ON  STRICTLY FIRST-  ���   ���  ���        --CLASS   PRINCIPLES.      '���  T  E'  DIXCN    BROTHERS,   Proprietors.'  TE  Max.  Mill.'  .  Rainfall.  Aug.  25  54   '  48   '  ���=- 111.  26  49  .  34  [.20  27  4'1  34  .OI  28  56  33     29  63  32   .     30  " 58  '3��     3i  57  46     NOTICE.  Tho Annual .Mectiiit"- of tho Atlin District  r.ilicral Aioouialion will ho held in the Jioyal  Hotel, 1)Keener.", on Friday. September 15th,  at S p.in.  H. li. liltOWN,  b- u heorotary.  LOST.  TSTrL'GGIi'i' UltOACII, CrosuRUt shaped, on  -L-N<     or about August 20th.   Makers im-iic*.  ���&  '..",    '��� "      P001.  Freighting and Teaming  Billiards,  Free.  J��  Horses and Rigs for Hire.  i.YAL  TALLMIRE   &   BENNETT,   Propriators.-  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  ran4=Lnc^n  CIIOiCLST WIMS, LIOL'OIii AND CIOAKS CAbl. GOODS A SI'LCIALIY.  "!'. li. l\ern,.Siwij  iviiy,"on  back of  broileh,  .Hoiniril ' of .>'|().��i) upon   roturiiiii{j  to  The  Atlin Claini olliee. K2.;j  '  irownl  c  Engineers and Surveyors!  .1. II. HUOWiM.KIJ, P. {,. s., d. r,.s���  ���J. W. AlcKAU'bANK O. Ii.  ?wwa^^  v������a^^^  best 'line -ef  isd   th��'- easnga-  can   lfe��< found  sai  *    /  A  s^JrH'-frf, A A>-\  f 'U  H\lf  W  i  l|j    L  T   <? (  ��s.  Pto^  THE ,  Half-Way Mouse  is n haven for sill  travellers. Tlieineals  are free-milliiiir and  thu lii-acers in���' the-  liar as I'nl'i'esli'ni','- as  the ilnw of the early  inoriiinj.',. An'.ideal  . summer and winter  resort.  JAMES- CLARK^  PKOI'KIK'i'OK.  - ii  -��� <i  ��� el


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