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Kw 1 iich7:t lie.; alidie i leb'jwei;e;  ;';helpii)g-'to^cbii;^  ,';;t!mOfiiianc^  7 i roin-:pt lieViscu rcesjt ill^)iough'"\vas  ���:raise<Ufor.;^  :; i h e ,;7e t lev g'y -Y ;p f Y the:;;: ep iiimiitee;7fpr;  f-th'e^.ucces'sfii^  '."cpneSrt^-'iaiife  ���^M rs ^r-13 row n;&m^  7enl)rls7seilin g-:tickets7 KMr^Ifrasei,  ���aisoS pokefp r7tlieygo6d7:\york!7<lPjfe  'Iby; Dr. y&To,u 1'iigTluid7-tlie'7K"pspital'  ;stai^::tb7:\yh6iii;;m.uclV;pTa  ���:;iysSthe'.:wiit>lecbnim  :^'TSuca"a7chpice:7djspla}^;;p  :'was^ .presented/^as^puJcl :iseldoin;.;bc  r excelled; in gauy::: com in uuity;;77:;iie-;  ;;;siiies;;tHe^i6c'aV;'^t  :':aivg-Aasitbrs7geiierbUsly:;tobk7p  7;'Mf7'X3P-^  ���'���conVer^'D^^  ;;wa y ?M r.y.. S'.'sG'i-j.- Lawrence,'; of.Cthe  SNahiiii'Steiegra^lf ^station ^^7aud  '���J iii'dge ��� ..';'i He nd ersoii^ '��� ;.'.M r.; 7;' .Win.";  ���:'.'MSbre:,7.\yho^  Ave   do -not; desire; to  re ter to as a  .visitor':; he has: bee'n.uUtLi.us.but  a;  'few months,' and whenever; he-appears before an audience  he,7never  . failS/to.charm ;7his,,Irisli;Sbngs'and  ; jokes, cor net Imitations accompanied by :";guitar, 7and .; --Irish,; jigs,  '" brou ght.t he house, down.".- Mr.  A. CD., Taylor was in great demand  and his songs and recitations7;\vere  -���.repeatedly.encored; ...Dr.; Keller, bn;  ��� .the "violin,; -and.'7Mrs.;-::.;Ev'i:.,M..y_lS''."  Woods at" the' pianp, . rendered;; a  blend::that :nb; other :.t\vo :-instru-  nieiits could equal, "and got' no~rest  .uiitil' a'"second- ' was given. -Mr.  Lawr.eiice's'recitatioii earned lieortjv  ..ai)'pliiuse.-:"-. JudgerI-Ien'dersoii, a well-:  known elocutionist^rer.deriwg'The  'Relief ot Luck now", was greatly appreciated. '..The local;aitiste's were:  Messrs. Stables, Fisher.'.and Lums-  deii, whose gifts of song are so-well  kuowuthat no '-praise is required,  although special nientioii. is -de-  nerving of the perfect siugingof the  duet, " Larboard Watch." Mr.'  'llartsliorn entertained the gathering for a considerable time .with a  series of stereopticon views, kindly  i'uniished by Mr. W. J. Kobinsou,  wliich were witnessed wilh keen  enjoymeiit, especially the coronation  march and coronation, which were  Jouclly cheered. Mr. J. T. Pilling  and Mrs. E. M. N. Woods ably assisted at the piano.  Following'is the programme :  CJliaii'innn's reiimrlts,........I. A. I'l-axisr, lisci.  ���Sonjr,'" Gipsy John"; eiic'oro, "X.��w  Hack Our,"  A- I). Ta.vhir.  iiecitiiticjii. " KnzzyAV11/./..V," S.G. I.uwi'U'ikh..  Koiijrv'-'TimJjn.hil <��'-,.! hi." I<uitl,".'.':,. ��� ���������!.-Stable;*-.  Violin s(ilu,'>...���.���:''.-:.'.���:���,.:���.;���;!......7.7;. I ir.- lfeller.'.-  .OomicsViYiy.: " lti\-nr>'t liiuji- ttl':'Keiil^��>-'s';r     ,;  ';,: uiust   lie  Doiio' ill. Irish St.vlf" ; i:u- :   ;*,  -,-;:���: corn, I itiital ion <>!' (.Mn^ini'.Cacr'fjni- 7 . ." ;���--..;.  .'-���;��� p'n11hill���-by^'iMini';'.:'..'..,'...:.-.7.-; Win. Jliioru:  '.liiie'l.', *: l.ai'bb'ai-il .\\:a!(-li'7'.7''. -7"��� "'C. 7.7  :' : V.;vo-7..';. .7V'-W^1's;-l,,i��li'-i;'aiol1 l.ijinsidoiu  Uoriltil.'oii, 7Mi)irKi;iM;(;OaiiiiiMo"|oii- '[���-���: '''���'"'j -,';'  ','������ '���"���(;lfii'.<.;',v1J(*iiiii'iiy O'iii i-tiinirsi-'.'::-'A .7li.t'l,a.v.io'.r.v-  Stiiijr,:" J^inIoni ri': I .>/>'<,'; Son{4"; iMi<M>r<?v7 ���- 7 77 ;  7 J!/1'-'A ii.i.i i <;,' -n it ���" > ��--,?7 7.7., /;7... .1 .li-.TjiinisilDii.  iii.ri-11 Htioii.;''/i'i'ii..:Si_i!'vi..-'or��� ivMokn<i\v'i";7i;;;.;  .7. .i.;.;........."...;..'.;, ;:.,.-<Uul'^ii I'-loiuUii-hctii.-:  ;Sd'iifiV"-Tiili h'i.'i--:'.l-ri>yi>'rii<.ii,'si'oV'-'.-T,A.'-.!).:Tti.vlur.'  Coinic sonjiv'/; i.'lj l.iij'.busy.all nojil ri-uoU,;1-' 7  'r!\'';7'77:. 7,. 7-7 :<.77.:.. 7 77;. 7.n'NViiirAicibri-.  Acuiiiiijia'iiisl ,v;^;77;777,;77!;7.iv.7.i77l7'i?itli'irfr.:  7;:;::77-:'7;:,'> :-.'.;77;^V.77Ai;-H;:ii7:Mv'x7W(.io<ii.i;  :jloyi0K:7:pieiii>os7-;��i"!'l.!'0M'!f 7 Ooi^imil iorf  -���;- pi-fiiir/ssjiin,- l,7���io(UlVioill<l^;^inl���y'Qiloel^cll'  7' 7 Sc<its;:-\Vii'aiii'tf'uii.:iilil;.iim,iil'.'.':A iiiixteiisioir  ���'.'7  wiii'ili-obij.SUYit inji-.oiil lii:.ii.'W,'(;tc-., .7  ;���'���' -7-  ���m&m:;m��mM:  ^yilerHi'i^Sept^Tpti^  ���fro.in^M.u jede^n^s ta tesi :;t hat; tli fe;ey acu-;  atipn .of ;.tlia,t:7:cit.)-7is.7nbw77iii:7prpT  "gi:essi7a.ndv'a��fds7V,l'iiii^  '.iiave^mot^'Ye'^  :1I u n f 7 ;which 7;'vR o. ws'r 7a;;-'.fe \y:7':mijes:  :sp'u tli :of:Mukden;;77;;v:/;7;i;:::7;;^;7;^^  7:7At^cbrrespouye.iYt,:-;.ju's:t;;^  ���tp^Miikp.en;'Avitlrhie7^  eiiard7"savs:ilielbsses,:oii7bbih:sides''  'O .,.���   - ,   ' -,. . 7; .-.7",'"   7 '7  ���'���'-.'��� :   '.������/':���:.'-,.-.-  '.,7'-'.', ''--"\'/'    '7, " ��� '.'���'.'. ";.''���������'"���<:  Ihem{atl3e;tween7sixt\7a!id7s^  I'thpiis^ncfr^i^Vi^^  :X:i^'^^i^17iii"fc^i<3\\^r  ?\yitli;:cdrpses;bl7.tiie:;slaijv: ":-j:.i[:^^::^/\  7V7 Croiistadt^ ;Sept. x2th7-^-Tli-e;-lial-  ���;tic-"7-'ri.e'.e;t7';';iii.>'7:c'bmin'aiid^  :^dniii;al ;Rojesveve;isky, sailed on;  Sunday;'Its destination Is the;Ear-  'East'.',;';.. The": Emperor; Ayitiiessed'its:  departure,;:. 7; 7. ; 7: ���:������'.-;..' '��� 7 ' .���.-.;.'���  'v: Wasliirigtonv: Sept.���'.'. *2th":' -���vA  Tokio 'despatch.:to'.tliejapaiie.se le-  gauon places.tjielpial casualties at  the.'Liao: Yang-'-battleV at7 -i7��539  ���Japa'hese 7kilied 7 and';: '\vounded,  Nhinber:, of ofli.cers ���. killed; : 136;;  wounded,. 4-64.: 7    .;.- 7; .:  ���'' "St.- Petersburg, SepJ7- 14th7-r-No  news has been received of a positive  character7������iV.ohi-:either 7th.e Russian  'or -Japanese -armies.'-;' -There������;���'.;litis  been .iio.fightiii gland l.fany.inpye-'  meiits are .being carried out they  are .well veiled. ;      .-.".'��� ���'>.:'���    ���.- ,-. ��� :.:.'.  Washington, :��� .Sept. 14th'^-rTlie  Russian transport Lena,7 now at  Sau...I'Viincisco,; has .asked for. per-  niissioti to make temporary repairs:  The case has been 'jeferred; t-o the  President.   ���    7  St..Petersburg, Sept. 14th -.--Reports lliat Chinese troops are concentrating in the valley of the  Lino River is causing considerable  concern here. It is lliought pro-  bai)le that the Chinese prupose.to  guard the teiritory actutilly occupied by the Japanese.  ��� Washington. Sept.- 15i.l1-.���Acting Secretary Adee received a  ielegram from President Roosevelt  approving arrangements for hand-,  ling the Russian transport Lena,  now al Sau Francisco. Instructions were immediately wired to  Admiial Goodrich to tie up the  ship and that the disposition of the  crew would be arranged, later.  Soti-rt.7vN:e:ws.;.  H..-,-iii llie.ciiseoT fvluirlieiid.vs. Spruce  'CreekriPpwc'r - ;Co., 'c'tanimenced; in  111 e: Can 111 y;.C6ii r l;: t h e; cl e let retail ts  inoved-foivpi;6i 1 ibili01 i;a 11 d.. td,"ti;a 11 s-:  Ferrthe'casfcio :the-;Supre!iie.:'Cp.i.irt,;  'aiiHy.ltie/nKdter'.'c^  H;;biVlsliip77M.r.7;;ji'isli.ee>; Duff;: -and  a.Fte r'^'res bi-'y i i'ig ���;' :1! j s ;>d eo i si o 11 ���; 11 i 11 il  :ihe; afibrri0011 pfor ;tiine; to -consider;  tiie^tiiaiter,':-ittSyiiii dield'^tiiatlilie-  :proliibitioii7;wpiild77lie:7biit.f7,tbat;7 a7  ,l'ej"ni';;b^:.tIi'-e;;b.i\ltM"  case;::wbbid7be; proceede'd,;with.7at  6u,ce^:'VMr^  :Cbnfp;tihyv:ai\d::Miy\\;pods;iPr  t i ffi- 7 7 Hi e"; t e r-iii 7 in :; il: e Prd e'r fo r: i in -  '.mediate trial/gets.pver-lhe.difliciilty.  pfiiavjii^ffi^  ;be7tned7ljelpw,;;aS7Avbulcl;bther\vi^  1 li a v eloeeu: ��� t li e vctise.:': :>-: 77 -L ��������� :C:.'AJ_:\% v 7/  :;; Thb^tNorthern ���l-;umb;er.-.Co.;.vs.i  La y eidi e re > e i; 7a 1; >w a s 7a7, casp p f 7re-:  -ple;vih7iiv-which tirlioi'se^asclaimed:  by7tliS"|)lai 11 tiffs.;; iVpmlhe'; defend-"  aiife'l'PheljiKlghieiii   wasythat .the  1 iorse������'(-was 7rig 111fu 11 y i n ;.pbs\s>es'sio;i:-  of7tlie7Cbinpaiiy:; ;aiid;7:t.liat';;:7cpiise-  quetitlyaheltakiiig;; jipssessibiK'by;  Layertlicr was;i 11 ega 177.;Th'feV:'a'c.l'ioii:  thcrelbrc: \yas' 'Jprpperly'; brbught; byi  the',C^upaiiy7>wlrich''stood,;in;' the'  saivie:"le2;al Vposi-tioivlT-as r'Piilmei,  'fr.pn'i''^;\^'':ub'^iv^'?;tlle.'-'���������i1^0���r^i'.,���^  chased.'-. As"Palmerwasn'iiderpbli-1  gat ion to.pay the"sum--017^70,' the;  Gpnipany' must pay this amount to  Layeidiere; - .-.-j. Cost si   to.. .���iilaiiitiffs.  Plaintiffs allo\ved,.$5 damage's..'.';'  7..:The caselo.f.'Ginaca & Morean  vs. Me.Ke'e Creek Consolidated.was  tried and judgment reserved.   7  7l.li;Brown etal vs. Spruce Creek  .Power Co., which, was an .'action.by'  the minersbf. Spruce 7C reek against  the ComptuiN' for not allowin-g' 600  inches to;flow, down the creek, and  which created a' great deal.of itiler-  est, the j udgmeut of the7Gbrirt" was  in fivbrpf plaintiffs allowing;tlie.ni  600'iiiches'aiKPcpsts -of -tire' actipn..  .Mr. A'., j.. Ktippele and-,.,Mr. Woods  for, piaintiiPs'and Mr, A. h. Bel-  yea, K.C, for the Compaii}-.. The  case hasbeenappealed.    , ���;  The case .of liarwoocl et al vs.  Western Engineering 'Co., \vliich  was brought by some of the workmen employed by the defendant  coiu))an.y in installing the new'  dredge, for breach of contract; was  decided in favor of the plaintifls,  tlie Court .awarding- each, of the  plaintiiTs some $iG6 wages and  dtiiiiages. Mr.. Rappele and Mr.  Woods for iilaiiitiffs and Mr. A. I)..  Ttiylor for'Coinpaiiy.  As a result of the case of Muir-  head vs. ��Spruc:e Creek Power Co.,  it has been intimated that there-  is a solution of. the important, question of how to deal with legal matters' arising during the months  when no judge is present, here in  the A'tJin'District. The greatdiffi-  culiy has been that during the  I months of winter and spring there  I is  no   machinery   supplied   for the  ininic'diafc disposal of legal matters. .;���';'.  -'llie-suggestion is t.hti.t if some com-';���'-'���'  'petei:t ; mail '6( lcga 1 t raiiii i;g.,: and"  b'xperieiicel'were appointed :l)y;tlie7;':..  Goveriuneiit,:'; .wiibse'bi^^^  wonld<; belto������ - reside-���'���;��� ia 7iAiliii7> wi ili; .;  power .to -,-':take' ".evidenceibyn'tiy- of ;';  leicre 11 ceaiiclnvitlrt lie local ;pp\yers7;7  of ;-a7 Sripreiiib; ;;Court; judge   iii: all 7v  i 11 terlocutory;matters,.and;:after;tlie;>;7  case.: was closeel;,.to,;sea 1 al 17 papbrs;.:..';'.;  a_iid e��.rideiice;"i\ 1.1 cl Torward ;tp' ;Van-';;  cbuver;;or77yjcibfia: :;vtb7:be; properly;:-7  tKljusted.uppirtiiid-a decisipir^iyeu;;;..  at;biice"by ;.t!ie;ij .ii'��cige.;.'belore''- .-vvlioni'--;'  Ihc'papcre Aveie71a|d.l? This;HypuId  7;  gbt;;pver. the;:di��ficult3--at';preseni7-  existiiVg..7:,-;. 77:7 77:;;^ 7;-.7;7'-;;J;:7;.^  ���'.���'. .:We.;are;:;ple;ised;;.tp lioie  iliat our.': 7  iiietid>er, ;Dr:.-Fr.;:E;7;XoAing,rdid: n^o^  ���w.aste/.ciny.-tmie'-aftef  pf7;;tliis77decisi-bn;,7;.but7;iihniediate]y ;\7  interviewed >M rf'Jn slice 71 )iifiv and-,:;  frpin:7A\'liat7Dr.7:Ypu!ig >s'aid lb our-  ed i t or; 1 i'e7;i sV; t tiki ifg"7 s 1 e jisl; iy i 1117;'a 7 7-  Alew;bf;preyeiiti;i;ig;lhe;inHiec.essary;;;  e'xpe.use;of; carrying:;such7Pases lb 7.;  yictoria.;; 7;7;.7.'7.':77:;:.7::.7;7;:::7;7  ''"���-: Iii our^xt i?suP vw-e 'will l>eiii>le> -:  tp:give furllier :particulars.������'���;-.  ;;'Gity: >6f -;T-Gpeka;:;Sitnk.7 7.:7':  ������".'IMic-; City, of; 'iopeka.'one;; of the-  "Pacific" Goa-st'-St'eamslnp Go's liners,,  suiik, at-11 er 11.1 oori 1 ig:*i 11:Se'tittie har-  borlast Sunday, evening.:.:The ,'eii.-  tire cargo of tliesjiip, cousistitig of  500.7Ipiis^ mostly .perishables, was  lost:: She- was'; to - fea ve7saiied for7  Sktigway Mpnday :mbrni,ng and  had730: passengers booked, -'but 110  lives: Avere lost.7 The loss is estimated at .$50,000. It is suspected  that some . member. -of : the .crew  scuttled 'die ship. She -will -soon be  raised and on"h.er.run again.."���'  ''.v���;^:fflnil^.���'���Tit-Bife.;���.'. :  A -graiii of 'gold cani be 'bealien out  so that: it wilf cover .a.: .space; pf-Sm;.  ���square inches.- .���".;������,       77-..- ;���   '^c  " i:)u"riiio' 1903," r.S.1boo.,bop.: ixjiind��"  of lead y.'ere produced   in 'Canada,  valued   a.t  $762,660.'   The  Koole-  iiays supplied nearly  the ivJiole of.  this aimou-nt.  Grand Trttnk "T-.enninus.  Va ir-r.ouver.,' Sept. ���'. 3U1.:���Private  advices received from Port Simpson  state that the Grand Trunk Pacific  officials' have announced their  clioice for ;i lenniiMis to be either  Port: Simpson or Tuck Inlet.  Incorparation 01 die At!in District Board of Trade.  A special meeting of  the   Board.  of Trade   is. called   lor Seple��n!lKsr  2 2i;d, for   tlie  election   and   inslal-  ationof officeisand other business.  Y.-'m  mmm  WY(Yt0  -'.. [Y-'YFY^  '.;.: .-.:'V:.,-]'-.^f-.:.:-���  :: ;:.';777 777 s;  '7;{S  w  :7��  77.7v-cfjl  "7:1  111  7-'7;:;^��  ��� .;������'���-&  '%< ATLIN,  B. C. SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER  17.  l9��4  sV  *  0  Big; Game is Plentiful.  In an interview with :Nj 1. S. G.  Lawrence, who is now government  operator ai Nnhliu Station, D.T.S.,  he says that tiie locality ot fsakma  and Nahlin is a good district for  large game: bear, moose caribou  and sheep being; plentiful. There'  have been .-several hunting parlies  up the Stikine River this summer  and ihey have all been well satis-  lied with the amount of game encountered. It is eleven months  since Mr. Lawrence was a resident  in Atlin, and he seems very contented with his billet, though admitting that Ihe men employed are  not overburdened with excitement.  Japanese War Poetry.  Mere are a few characteristic  stanzas from the favorite song of  the Mikado's soldiers, translated by  Gener.il Sir Ian Hamilton :  Sou--ol' .\ij>i>on. down will: Rus-ia!  I.nn|i"rt .-: 111 ire���In.1 i.er low.  i-'ui < h 1111 i just ice she ue-ii-i-,e...  ltn':M:i i-3 our mortal foe.  {shameless, trunipliiin down the Treaty,  lii-a>|iiny count ries far anil wide.  All tin' world lias turned against her  i-'or her lawlessness and pride.  Tell lis not of Russia's vnstiies.-.���  Vast, 11111.V li<>. lint, poor and wild ;  lioast not, of hor swiii-miii", millions.  What are swarms unlo.s combined?  i  Hut our own dyur, precious country  'Ncuth its iMnperor unn combine ;  Knr one thousand year.-, successive  Kri^ns that same immortal line.  Hoia-Up   on   the   C .P.   R.  Near Vancouver.  The west-bound Canadian Pacific  express train was held up 35 miles  from Vancouver by six masked  men, last Monday, aiid $7,000 were  stolen. The train was ilaggcd and  some uuMi armed with, rifles got on  the Lender and compelled the engineer and fireman to take the baggage and express cars two miles'  down the track, where llic-y were  rilled. >  This is the first train 'hold-up  that has ever taken place in Canada.  ���ALASKA    ROUTE   SAILINGS   FRESH  NEWS.  The following Sailings are announced for the month of August,  leaving Skagway at S p. in.:  "Princess  May"- Sept.   isl,   :oth,  ���11st, and Oct.  isl.  ���'Amur''���Sepi. 6th, 16th,and 26th.  l��'or further inform'ation, apply or  write to II. B. Dunn, Agent,  Su'agwtiy. Alaska.  Kl'UUI)  SAJ.-HTV  CUMI'llHT  Estimated cost-of Panama Canal  is 5200,000.000.  i-'nuce .' Iii ;ky has been appointed to succeed M. Von Plehve as  Russian .Minister of the Interior.  A forest fire in California last  week swept over thousands ot acres  of country, causing a $100,000 loss.  . The House of Lords has decided  that women are debarred by their  sex from becoming qualified lawyers in England.  A passenger train on the Seaboard Air Line, Virginia, was derailed Saturday last near Cotawaba  and four passengers were killed and  35 injured.  .Great Britain owns 13,000,000  square miles of tennory, and ou  this is a population of 420,000,000.  Since 1871 the population of Great  Britain and Ireland has increased  from 32,000,000 to 40,000,000 ; at  tlie beginning of last century ihe  population numbered 11,000,000.  Glasgow, Scotland, is the chief  seat of Ihe clay tobacco pipe industry, at which 600 people arc  constantly employed. All work is  done 'by hand ; every cllon to use  machinery has been a failure.  Pipeclay is got from open mines in  ���Shropshire, and two thousand tons  are used in'Glasgow yeaily.  , Spain'appears to be rapidly eon-  "valcscing. She devotes much attention to the tuts of peace,--building up her-marts, developing her  internal resources and enlarging  her mercantile marine. Instead cl  brooding over the loss of Cuba and  llie Phillipiues. she is inclined to  consider heiself well rid 'of bad  rubbish.  A Juneau woman died and was-  being carried by four pall Bearers.  In passing a sandy part of the road  thev stumbled and fell and jolted  the'eorpse back to life. She lived  " several years after .'that and died.  Again tJ'he p:ill bearers marc-la-d to  the graveyard.' and when thev  reached the sandy ^pot the husband  rushed forward and said : "Steady  boys, steady !" ��� Douglas Island  News.  Pacific Coast 5. S. Co.  Pioneer Alaska I.inc.  Seattle, Puget Sound, San Francisco  and Southern Ports,  L'AllllYINIi   1".   S.   M A 1 1..  Sail, from Shn^way  City of Stank,���Sept. 16,25, Oct. 3.  Vancouver ami Seattle dit-eet.  Cottage City,���Sept. 14, 22. Oct. 1.  Vancouver and Seattle direct, traiialeri-in^  passengers lrom Vancouver to Vietoiia.  City of Topeka, ���Sept. iS, Oct. 2.  Via Sitka.  S. S. 1-Iu in bolt. ��� Sent, to, 19, 29.  Direct to Seattle via Victoria, transferrin;;-  passengers to Yaueouver.  The Al-Ki will run semi-monthly.  Above   Schedule   Subject   to   Change  Without, Notice.  C. D. DUNNAN, Gen." Pass. Agt.,  Jll Mtirltct St., Sau Francisco, Cnl.  L. M. WEST, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska.  J. U. Cohnhi.!..  Notice of Forfeiture.  To H. G. Nieoll and any person or persons  to whom he inay'have transferred his interests in tho ICujieiie No. 1. EuceiiB No. 2.  >��litems No. �� Mineral Claims-, situate about  1\:, miles north of Atlin, in the Atlin Milling  District:  You are hereby required to take notice  that we have lor the last year done the  whole of the nssessniout. work ou the above  mentioned Mineral (Jlaims as retiiiircd by  Sec. 21 of tho Mineral Act and have paid for  i-eeoidiiij; of two cert ilicates of such work,  and you arc hereby required to contribute  your proportion of Mich woi-k and expenditure, together with nil costs of advertising  your said proportion, ninouiil inn to sixty-  six, dollars tiuil iiint.v-oue and two-third  cents ISi'lUHJal exclusive of costs.  If von luil or nil use to contribute your  said proportion ami all costs of advert isintf,  within ninety days lrom tho date ol the llrst,  publication   iif-this  notice   in   '-The   Atlin  (Jliiini,"   whiuh   ilnte   is   I uiiiulor  written,  your interests in snid .mineral claims will  become vested in us1, your co-pari uer.-,,  under llio provisions of the .Mineral Act  uud Anieiidini; Arts.  i)nti'il tbis2'.!rd ilay ol July, A. I)., Will.  tj. V. Co.NliBY.  !���',. I).  KollKl'..  Discovery.  OPHN DAY AND NIGHT.  1/1K ST-CI, A SS K EST A U R A N T  IN  CONNECTION.  Ilemhiuiii'ter*  for  Dixon's stiiwo-  literal  MILLER & JWcLAREN, Proprietors,  DISCOVKRKRS'OK  ATI.IN.        ���  Our Dining-Room Furnishes l!te  Best Meals in Camp.  I ���'J XI ;.Sr 1A    OF'    J- LQ V- < >T* S.  GOOD   STABLING.  DISCOVURY, ��. C.  NEW DINING ROOM   NOWOPEN,  Furnishing    The  BEST MKALS IN CAMP.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  Whitfield's Shoe Shop,  FIRST   STREET,   ATLIN.  Boots and Shoes Repaiied--Gum  Boots a Specially. Harness also  Repaired.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED WITH  THE   BEST   OF   GOODS  Sam.  Johnstone,   Pvan.  Iftlairtifo&ff'SB Lumker Co,  On and after the 23rd. of April,  1904 and until further notice the  following will be the prices ol Lumber.  Rough, up to S inches, ��40.  ���do        do      10       ,, -15-  do        do      12       ,, 50.  Matched, $50.00  S. D. $5.00 & D. D. $10. extra.  12^ per cent discount will be allowed for cash at time of ordering.  Atlin Lodge, No. 15,  u//  rr  Ki). Sands, Proprietor.  BATHS  o    *.*..   BARBER SHOP.  Siiiklus & Eddy Durham.  Xo��- occupy then   new   quarters ne.\t  to the Haul; of. U. N. A.. I''ir��l Street.  The bath rocmisiiru e.,i:ally as jioo>! as louml  in  oities.    Private   lintrnnce for Indies.  meets second and fourth Wednesday.-, of e-ich nioulh, at S p. m., at  the A. O. U. W Block, Third Street.  . Visiting Btotliers are cordially  invited lo attend.  F. W. Dowj.ing, ���  Master Wori:man.  E. AI. N. Woods, Recorder.  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.  EVERYTHING CONDUCTED IN -FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  Up-to-Daie   Restaurant in   Connection.  David Hastie,   Proprietor,  corner first" avenuk and discovery street, atlin.  NOTICE.  To IIunici  MiiKay oT  Itennelt,  H. C.  ;v~TOTIC;K is hereby k'ivi'H by the under-  -LN     signed, liolderol'  |.'. M. ��J. No. IWUill'.l,  tiiat, you have failed   to   keep up your I''ree  Miner's Uortiliciitc ami lailed lo  contribute  your proportionol cxpendit u re renuired by  the !!.(). A<:t till Vic. (Jap. 1^5 iltirina the last  four yours., and that U at   the  expiration of  ninety days  publication  you  .should rail or  refuse to cont ributr your proporti )f the  expenditure rcujiired byseetion 2l,tojri)tlicr  with  all costs of advertising   and  to .show  that  you   are  and   have  been a rree-iniiier,  your  interest   in   t he " A HOT 10 " and " CaN-  ;tr* ("'iM.K " Mineral   fJlaini.s, situate on t lie  ' l.-li liand'-'.ide   ,il   I nU'e   liciiuett   below the  Town ol ",.Mi'ieti..ball bei ciuic vested in the  I ntuler-i;: 1 �� ho lias nr-ulc the reiiuired cx-  ' |,..i,ilitiiri-! then hob-, ^provided by Sect ions  ilutiil 2'>l'. oi'aaid Act.  JIaiiv Hoikik.  I Hy IIei.i, A Comhwi-.i.i., her Soliritors  1st pub, A us;. 2"J paw-son, Y.T,  THE  Half-Way House  is a. haven for all  travellers. The meals  arc free-milliiiir and  tho bracers in tlie  bar as refreshing as  the dew of the early  morning. An ideal  summer and winter  resort.  JAMES   CLARK,  PROPRIETOR.  THE WHITE PASS& YUKON ROUTE.  Through   Line  from  Skaguay1 to   Atlin.   White  Horse,   Big -Salmon,  Dawson arid all intermediate points.  Finely appointed trains daily, except Sunday,  between  Skaauay, Caribou  and Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail one! Express-  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS'.  No. 1.-North Hound. |  No.2.-Soiith Hound.  y,!!) a in. I.v.       SKAGUAY   ,  Ar.  <.HOp. m.  4 10 |) m. I.v.       CAK1VS0U       I.v. 11.50 ii.in.  '     4.��0 p.m. Ar. WMIT1C IIOKSli I.v. ��.��0 n.in.  TIME   SCHEDULE    LAKE   STEAMBOATS:  Leave CABI BOU �� ... "- Tuesalays.      Arrive A 1 I.IN 9 ... ��,. WedneMlay.s.  ., " r, p. in. Kriilnys,  Leave ATLIN 5 p. >". Moiulnys,  '1BOpl Is of l.��^��^ Jiil lle'^Ue.l fre. with eBcl. full 1��t-o . i.Uot un.l ^   P< .1.  "���i"' T^tlrnluJlb-i depot, in time to h���ve 11.^ i..M>ee��ed and e he,..'  Time Schedules are subject, to chni.BO w ithont notice.  lDSf~      Baqqaqe    Bonded   Through.  ,,ol.  information   relative  ,,7 lW..Ber,   Fr.lBl.t,   Kxpress and   1 ..|rBr.���.l. H..te..  ���unilv to iiiivnue''! "l theCoinpnny or to  MlTlCP*!'.*., J.LIPSCOMB K.D.PfNNKO.Ass.t;   .'7.P.A..  Vancolner. 11. C. Agent. Atlin. SU��B���uy. Alaska.        ,  9 a. in. Stitiiriliiys.  Arrive CAKI1KHJ 1 n. in. Tuesdays,  o " 7 n. ni. l'"ridays. r.:n:
ATLIN,    B.    C,     SATUK-IM-V, ■ SKFTliMBIiR
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The Atlin Claim.
THE ATI-IN CL^IM ispubl'ibhcd cvcry Saturday
MORNING,, tyiAtlCD FRCC TO ANY PART OT THE
WOR_l,D TOR OO, CENTS PtR MONTH ; $G,00 PER
YEAR. AjD^VERTISINQ RATES! %%. OO. PER. I N C H E A C H
t-NSCHTlON ', READING NOTICES. 30 CCWTS A LINE;
SPIJCIAL   RATES  ON    A PPt.1 SATION.
J0J5. PRINTING
V.U-L'HCADS, POSTERS. Vlr.lTINO    CARDS
BETTER.HEADS,. PHOGUA VI «jl E8,.      ETC.,  ETC.
OIIO-KH11   PHOMPTI.Y   EXECUTED,
PH..CCS   M^OKRATE.
Tlllt  A'i'LIN  Cl.AlM    l'Ulll.lKIUNti Co.
. C. llll(BCIIirilM),   -     liDITOIt.  PlIOI'lUKTOlt.
Saturday, »Sei>t.  17,  1904.
Good news and good reports continue to came in from all sides, especially regarding quartz, which go
to indicate that Atlin Camp is still
keeping   on   its   onward   march to
prosperity.    All that is needed now
is a showing in the way of production, and this, wc  are in a position
to say, will soon be made,, and with
i,t tlie. capabilities 0/ the camp will
bA- demonstrated   beyond   a  doubt.
Once this, is done, capital will pour
in. to develop the many meritorious
properties  now  being   opened  up
under great difficulty by tlie hardy"
prospector.
Still, the citizens, merchants and
others who are interested in the
welfare of this district, should do
something in the direction of helping the prospector. It would be
a good idea if some of the many
properties,, or eveu one of our likely
quartz mines, be operated by a local
syndicate. Such a syndicate, doing bona-fide work,, wan Id do more
to advertise Atlin than all the prospectors put together. Shaw your
faith in. our prospects and pro,ve
them to the world and you will 1'nid
that the result will" redound to>the
credit and benefit "of every man,
woman, and child, in the District.
Improvements on the W. P.
&Y..R.
The White Pass Railway Co.
has this year done more improvements than usual on their 'line;
The principal work has been directed towards reducing the 11 umber of
wooden bridges, by building concrete wall foundations and filling in.
Since the White Pass Company
took the line over from the contractors, thirty-six biidges have
been done away with and two replaced by steel structuies, in addition to the high steel bridge near
the .Summit. Tilany other improvements are planned for the future.
igget  and Grape Rings
And All Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured on the Premises.
Why send om when you can get goods as cheap here?
Watches Ffont $5 up.   Fane Line of Socivonii* Spoons.
JULES EOQERT & SON, The Swiss Watchmakers,
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THE    KOOTENAI7   HOTEL
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A, R. McDonald, Proprietor.
VlKi'T   AND   TkAINOK   STKKKTA.
Lowuey's Chocolates, direct from
factory. — C. R. JJourne.
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E. M. N. WOODS,.   , .
BARRISTER-AT-LAW. i
Hiii» taken an OUiee at, Unuui 1, <;<aM
Mouse, Discovery. OHicc Hours—
Tuesdios, Thursdays and Sum relays,
from li to b p. m.
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P.  COLT.
Civil,  liNGIXEEJI*
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR,
Uounsh ViL.wir, an.ii  K^uys S'i'iinr.T.s, ati.in.
Surveys ol' Hydraulic Luiises and
Milium! (Jlaims.
TliK Fii-a! Class Hotel bus been remodeled ivml refurnished throtiuhout
mid oilers tlie hett nrcmnmiuliiiioii t» Transient or lYriiiunuut
(iui-sts.—American mill Kuropemi plan.
Finest Wines? Lityuon's and Gigat'S.
Billiards   and   Pool.
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G OLD     IrlO'OHE,
DISCOVERY,   B.   C.
st-Rtctta: .ritjst class.
JO.BN   WOLTERS,   Proprietor.
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STAQK    *t    1-I"VI£L*V    IN     CON jNJBCTJai*.
.A. E. GARu:i^v.r
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LIVINGSTON, GAKKliT  & KING,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS,
NOTARLES   PUBLIC,
VASCOUVEIt,  U» C.
Atlin Office: lo "Atlin Claim" Blcly
notice:
l,n the'wia.tter of the Estate of "Mc-
Leod Gibson, Late o.; Boulder
Creejk,  deceaseds
DIXCN    DROGHERS,   Proprietors
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Fool   &
Freighting and Teaming
Billiards,   Free.
Horses and Sleighs for Hire*
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J.   H.   RICHARDSON,.
ATLIN    &.
Liberal   Conservative Association Meets.
AjWell attended meeting of the
liberal Conservative, Association
'was held, at the Balmoral, Hall last
Saturday, and the following executive committees were elected ::—
Hon. President—Dr. H. E: Yours,
iYL. P. P.
President—H.   Cancell.OE (ire-elected).
tst Vice-President—Jules Eggert.
2nd Vise-President—Walter Sweet.
Secretary — Stuart     MaiineU   (reelected).
Treasurer—-Prank Lytle.
Executive-   Committees---
Boulder:    Nociiiaii    Rant',.   Frank
,    Dockrill/Charles Taylor.
Spruce : W. S..Ta,yLor, T. Fleiiiing,
C. Coates.
Discovery:, Geo. Kerr,, John   Wol.-
■   ters, Erauk Breeze.
.&fc!bii:: W., P.   Cj.'uit,,  J.  S.. I'ean,
C>eo^ Shisl&y.
The addition to. the list of membership is very satislactory, as also
was the financial statement.
The unanimity of feeling among
the meiubsrs- was especially to be
remarked,,, a-nd the pae.s-ident and
secretary were both   the  recipients
~|733itWONS liiiviui; cLiiin)s-a}iu.iiist, the e.,-.
-*■- iate oi the lute Mcl.uoil Gihsoii an-
requested to sciul tlvu sajiiu to Mv.WiiUei:
Owen, Atlin, U. C, AiluiiiiktEiilor ol the-
estate, on or belore thellth ot October next.
Dinetl at AtliiuU. C, 11th ila-j- ot Septoui-
ber, 19C-I..
O. Wr. SAW liKS,.
Solicitor for AiliniiiUtrator.
NOTICE.
~]^J*OTlCli is. hereby Riven tlia.-
-»-^       iluys [j-oiii date 1 intend t
at within GC>
ys> li-uin date 1 intend to apply to
,the Cliier-CoiiiinissUjner oX Laiulsaml Wui-ks
for perinission to. puruhnho the Colltuvints
described y;i:omrd^ situate in the Atliji Ilix-
triot:—CoiumeiiciiiK at a post niuUeil "■ 1'. T.
U\" jS.. li.. ruvner,. planted about one and
cuic-hult miles south of tlie niojitli ot Melj.ee
'(Juuck and one-half mile from Lake front.',
theuee southerly 10 eluun.s. tliuucv westerly
JJ) ehains, theneo liortha'rly 40 chains, theuee
aasterljlO ehiiius.to point of uoiumeneeiueui.,
contaiuinti 1G0 acres nuirc or less..
1'. T. JIa.mkiiaw.
Atlin, H.C...July'27lli, 1901.
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DISCOVERY.
Line of Clothing Jost From the East
THE   LATEST   STYLES.
Complete Stock of Dry Goods
THE    LATEST   UN    HATS?     BOOTS    AND     SHOES.
#@T   ,        GOLD   SEAL    GUM    BOOTS
Our Goods are the Best and Our Prices the Lowest.
NOTICE-
~^^J~01Jf!li it.- beuebi jjiven r.hat sixty da,vs,
-^-^- after date I intend to up,-,l.v to the
Chbjf CoJiiuiiskiouer of Lands and Wutlo.
tor permission to. purclia.se tho LoLUxw in^.
ilescribed land sit luitril iji theAtlui DUti-irt:.
CoinniiiiieinK' at n post miu:l(cd ,1..'J'. Kr^nii
S. W..co,i'ner. planted alwnit, oiij. ini.li. north —
east, of At lin ToAViisitc, thence west ^'1 eh a ins,,
thence north la) chains thetu-t* cast «0 chains,,
t hence sout h,20 cliadns to point of cointvi^nce.,
iiMr.|it,.contajjiijic; 10 acres inorc or less., .,
Hated this St It day of August. DJIIi.
.I.V.MliH  T.   ItKtiAN,
The Canadian Bank of Commerce.
CAPITAL    PAID    UP '$8,700,000.
Ji'VCSKKVE,.   $3,,0OO,OQ0.
Branches of the Bank stt JeatUe,
San Francisco,
1    Portland,
Skagway, «t*.
Exchange sold on all Points.
Goi.io Dust Purchased—Assay Okimcu in Comnkctiom.
D.  ROJ3S, Manager.
¥AL riOTEL,
V.  TROTMAN,   IVlanag«r.
Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin,^B. C.
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FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.
cnoicrsr wiNfs, lkhjoks and chjahs—cAsr. goods a scituiir.
NOTICE.
N'OTICIi fs-lierehl-.   fii veil that, sf«ty  days
after dute  L intend  tu  iipjjlj to the  Chiff
of nattering remarks  for  the' cood  c,."».,ul*io«""-0le'•«u«l»««»' "'.«-ks &,.- „«.-
. h     .   . '     LM,:    bwut-1    inihAioti to ptAi-chu.se tho following ilescribed.
work and untiring energy they bad \ 1 met, oi land:  (ji>i..u>....<:U.^ at post, marked
*fcisplayeil ill tllS pa.St ~   both   geiltl'e-  'S<'uil«'>. initnal   |jo^, nort,h-easL e«.rm'K,. «n
men replkd in well- chosen vtoids      *ho"ortl1 sl,<w'°"lAtli" '"'lJ<<-' '""'■ '""•"' "'°
\ fr^~ it... ^.t^„. • r-    ■ cr- -,Y      Allurf.0 l{iwer,.Ttiliii,.II..C!.: theiKiUlWH) feet to.
After the eleci.on of officers, Dr.   v,f„f. N(1,.,. 4llHIlBt! m fc(!, t- ))()S(, No..,..
Hyclraulio    JYHnln^ %   ■„
/lachinery,
H. Jv YoiHig'atHlressed tire mett-
ing o-n- the srtu-atfon in the Do-
nir-nion. Jfr. Hirschl'eld also addressed, the meeting.
(.-heneu 1000 feet- fro post No..2:-. thence M0 foot,
r<x pos,t of eoiuiHeiiceifle-nt):- ewiitaiiiitift live
acres more irr h»ss. I"
C. Wii.mam  A. Nmvili:.,   [
IJatod at  Ailii,..July ilii.li,U)0l, V
.HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER-   GATES,
ANGLE    STEEL    RIF1-LES    &
HYDRAULIC    RI'YKTED    PI PIS.
Pumping   &   Moisting   Machinery.
listimates. Lwiiisheci  on application
The Vancouver Eagiaeerlng Works,
Yamcqoye*,. B~ C. "
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'*Z£^ttfc&.&*J&^rJ3&J.?t» ATLIN,  R. C. SATURDAY,  SKPTKMUTSR  17,   1904'  Big Game is Plentiful.  In an interview with :\ii. S. G.  Lnvrence, who is now government  operator ;ii Na'nlin Staiion, D.T. S.,  lie says rh.-il Lne locality ol rwiimia  and ��� Nalilin is a goon disliiet for  large game; hear, moose caiibou  and sheep heing pleiiiilul. There  have been several burning parlies  up the Siikine River iliis sunimei  aiid ihe\ have all been well s.iiis-  iied with the amount of game en-  counteietl. It is eleven monihs  since Mr. Lawrence was a resident  in Atlin, ami he seems very contented with his billet, though ad-  niitting-that the men employed aie  not overburdened with excitement.  Japanese War Poetry.  IIe;e are a few charaetoi istic  stanzas from the favorite song of  the .Mikado's soldiers, translated by  General Sir Ian ���Hamilton :  Sou-- ol" Nippon, down with !Su.s..ki!  I.aw less ,'U:; ire���hi}  her low.  l-'ai ih mi i just ice slie ueti'i-.es.  1 Itussiu is our mortal foe-  >Siiiiiiii>l>'ss, t i-ampliii^- down t bn Treaty,  Ci-it-piii;.;'countries far and wide.  All t lie world has turned against her  i-'or her lawlessness and pride.  Tell us not of Russia's vastucs..,���  Vast, may be. but poor and wild :  lloast not. of her swarming millions.      '  What are swarms utile-,* combined?  Hut <iii r own dear, precious' country  'Neath its limpcror can combine :     c  I'or one thousand years .successive  K'oi^us that, sitme immortal line.  Hold-Up   on   the   C.   P.   R.  Near Vancouver.  The west-bound Canadian Pacific  express train was held up, 35 miles  1'iom Vancouver by six masked  men, last Monday, ami $7,000 were  stolen. Thelrain. was (lagged and  some men armed with rifles gut on  the tender a::d compelled the engineer and fireman to take the baggage and express cais two miles  down the tiack, where thev were  rifled.  This is the first train hold-up  that has ever taken place in Canada.  O.   P.  ���ALASKA' ROUTE   SAILINGS-  FRESH  NEWS.  Estimated cost-of Panama Canal  is 5200,000.000.  i-'nuce Mii.;l-.y has been appointed to succeed M. Von Plehve as  Russian Minister of the Interior.  A forest fire in California last  week swept over thousands of acres  of country, causing a $100,000 loss.  The House of Lords has decided  that women are debarred by their  sex from becoming qualified lawyers in England.  A passenger train on the Seaboard Air Line, Virginia, was derailed Saturday last near Cotawaba  and four passengers were killed and  35 injured.  ��� Great Britain owns 13,000,000  square miles of terri:ory, and on  this is a population of 420,000,000.  Since 1871 the population of Great  Britain and Ireland has increased  from 32,000,000 to 40,000,000 ; at  the beginning of last century the  population numbered 11,000,000.  Glasgow, Scotland, is the chief  seat of the clay tobacco pipe industry, at which 600 people are  constantly employed. All work is  done by hand ; every .effort to use  machinery has been a , failure.  Pipeclay is got from open mines in  Shropshire, and two thousand tons  are used'iu Glasgow yearly.  Spain appears to be rapidly convalescing. She devotes much attention to the arts of peace,���building up her marts, developing her  internal resources and enlarging  her mercantile marine. Instead cf  ' brooding over the loss of Cuba and  the Thillipincs. she is inclined to  consider herself well rid of bad  rubbish.  A Juneau woman died' and was  being carried by four pall 'bearers.  In passing ". sandy part of the road  they stumbled and fell and jolted  the corpse back to life. She lived  several years after that and died.  Again the p-ill beaft-is marched to  the graveyard, ami when thev  reached the sandsvspot the husband  rushed forward and said : -'Steady!  boys, steady !" ��� Douglas Island;  Mews. i  The '"Dllowiug .Sailings arc announced for the month of August,  leaving Skagway at  S p. in.':  "Princess  May"   -Sept.   1st,   :oth,  ���2 1 st, and Get.  1st.  ���'Amur''���Sept. 61I1, 16th,and 26t.l1.  For further in formation, apply or  write to .       II. li. Dunn, Agent,  Sicagway. Alaska.  Pacific Coast 5. S. Co.  Pioneer Alaska I.inc.  Seattle, Puget Sound, San Francisco  and Southern Ports,  C.S UilYINli   f. S.  ,M AJ 1..  Sails from SKn^way  City oi'Sealtle,���Sept. 16,25, Oc'..;>.  Vancouver and ^cattle direct.  Cottage City,���Sept. 14, 22. Oct. 1.  Vancouver and Seattle direct, transferring  passengers lrom Vancouver to Victot ia.  City of Topeka, ���Sept. 18, Oct. 2.  Via Sitka.  S. S. Humbolt. ��� Sent. 10, 19, 29.  Direct to Seattle via  Victoria, transferring:  |in-.sen;rers to Vancouver.   ���  The Al-Ki  will  run semi-monthly.  IV Above   Schedule   Subject   to   Cliimirc  Without Notice.  C. D. DUNNAIM, Gen. Pass. Agt.,  Jtl Market St., Sau  l'"rancisco, Oil.  L. M. WEST, Agent,  Sl:iii?wiiy, Alaska.  J. U. COH.Nr.1,1,.  Discovery.  OPEN DAY  AND NIGHT.  'FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION.  lU'iuhiiini"tor*  tor  Dixon's Mu^o.  ialntoral  Whitfield's Shoe Shop,  FIRST   STREET,   ATLIN.  Jioots and Shoes Repaiied-��� Gum  Boots a .Specially. Harness also  Repaired.  MOTEL VANCOUVER.  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED  WITH  '   THE   BEST   OF   GOODS  Sam.   Jaitnstosse,   Pvogi.  MILLER & JVicLAREN, Proprietors,  DISCOVERERS   UK   ATI.IN.  Our Dinini��-l(oom Furnishes ihe  Best Meals in Camp.  GOOD   STABLING.  SF>  W?  DISCOVERY, li. C.  NEW DINING ROOM   NOWOPEN,  Furnishing    The  BEST MEALS IN CAM P.  Pi nest of liquors.      Good stabling.  I-.IJ. S.iND.S, Proprietor.  /o  BATHS  .8   BARBER'SHOP  Notice cf Forfeiture.  To \i.' G. Nicoll and any person or persons  to whom he may have transferred his interests in tlio Kiitfeiio No. 1, liujrene No. 2.  iMi^eno No. 3.Mineral Claims, situate about.  ���>l., miles north of Atlin, in the Atlin .Mining  District:  You are hereby required to take notice  that we have lor the last year done the  whole of the assessment, work on the above  mentioned Mineral Claims as rouuired by  rice. 21 of the Mineral Act and have paid for  recording of two cert ilicntes of such work,  and you are hereby required to contribute  your proportion of such work and expenditure, together with all costs of advertising  your said proportion, amounting; to sixty-  six. dollars and ninty-one and two-third  cents ISl.'li.iUiSal exclusive of costs.  Jf volt fail or refuse to contribute your  said proportion and all costs of advertising,  within ninety days from the date of the first  publication of this notice in "Tlie Atlin  Claim," which date is hereunder written,  your interests in said .mineral claims will  become vested in us\ your co-partners,  under the ptovisions of the Mineral Act,  and A mending Acts.  Oated this 21trd day of July, A. ��., 1001.  O. 17 CtiNi.KY.  E. I). Kohki:.  E: Si-iiki.ds & Edijv  Uukiiam.  Now occupy then' new  quarters next  to ttie Haul; of. H. N. A., h'irst Street.  The bath rooiusttre e.ti:all.v as jrood as loutnl  in  cities.    Private   liutrance for ladies.  ^ssBvtheB��n Lumk&r C&,  On and after the .231 d. of April,  190.I and until further notice the  loiloYving will'be the pi ices ol I.limber.  Rough, up lo 8 inches, $~\0.  ���do do      jo       ,, 45.  do do      \2  , ��� ,, 50.  Matched, $50.00  S. D. $5.00 & D. D. $i'J. extra.  12}4 per cent discount will be allowed for cash al time of ordering.  Atlin Lodge, No. .15,  meets second and fourth YAt-diies-  davs of each mouth,'at S p. in., at  tlie A. O. U.W Block, Third Street.  . Visiting Brothers are cordially  invited to atteiid. '���  F. W. Dowj.ing,-  Master Workman.  E. AL N. Woods, Recorder.  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.  EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN .'FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  Uss-to-Daie   Restaurant in   Oonnection.  David Hastik,   Proprietor,  corner first avenue and discovery street, ati.in.  NOTICE.  To lluNitv McKay of ��� Bennett, H. C.  "IVT'OTIOH is hereby [riven by the iinder-  ~<-^     signed, holder of 17 M.C. No. lWltiUM.  that you have failed   to  keep up your h'ree  Miner's Cert ill cute null failed to contribute  your proportion of expenilitu re requi red by  the li. (J. Act (HI Vic. Cup. 125 during the last  four years, and that if lit the  expiration oT  ninety days  pulilic.ition  you  should fail or  refuse to contribute your proportion of the  expenditure reu iii red by section 21, together  with  all  costs  of  tulvertisiiiH; and   to show  tiint  you  lire  and   have  been a fi-ce-ininer,  your  interest  in   t he'" Altcrio" and " Oan-  vps C',-ki,i; " Mineral  Claims, situate on the  ��� .-It lliiinl '.'.iile   of   l.iikc   lii'iinett  below the  t'l.wn i,f ".eiinet i. shall I,n nine vesteil in the  niiuersij:-iied �� ho has intuic Hie retiuireil cs-  pi-mlitiire; the whole as provided by .Sections  I1 and 251! of said Act.  JIaiiv Hounrc.  I!y IlKl.t, A ('oririwr.l.l,, her Solicitors  \-\ pub, Aili.'. 2"J Uawsun, Y.T,  THE  Half-Way House  is a haven for all  travellers. The meals  are freo-millinsr and  the bracers in the  bar as refreshing as  the dew of the early  morning'. An ideal  summer and winter  resort.  JAMES   CLARK,  PROPRIETOR.  THE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE.  Through   Line   from   Skaguay   to  Atlin.   White  Horse,   Big  Salmon,  Dawson and all intermediate points.  Finely appointed trains daily, except Sunday,   between  Skanuay, Caribou  and Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and  Express-  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS:  No. I.���North Hound. |  No. 2.���South Hound.  ' O.HOa.m. I.v. ���   ��� SKA-GUAY     A r.  4.30p.i'n.  2.10 p.m. I.v.       CAKIHOU       I.v. 11.50 ii.ni.  4.30 p.m. Ar. W1HTU liOKSIi r.v. U.llOii.m.  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS:  Leave CARI HOUS p. in. Tuesdays,      Arrive A 1 f,lN �� a. in. Wcdnesd.iy.,.  '"' " ���   r> p. in. Fridays, " ���"        9 a. in. Saturdays.  Leave ATI,IN 5 p.m. Mondays, Arrive CAUII10U 7 a.m. Tuesdays.  5 p. m. Thursdays. u     .       " r a. m. Kridays.  150 pounds of biijrsiiffo will bo olncked freo with enoii tull faro ticket win! 75   pounds  with ciicli half fare ticket. ',.,".���  1'nssoiiKt'rs must be at depots in time to haye H��ise��8re iimpected and checlied.  Time Schedules are subject, to change without notice. ���  ��sy~     Baggage   Bonded   Through.  Kor  iuforination   relutive  to   Piissenger,  J'reiBlit,  Iixpress and  TelcRi-iipli Hnte��t  npplv to uiiv nitoiit of the Company or to  M j'l{ WHITli.O. F*P.A., ' J.LIPSCOMB K.T).PINNUO,Asst..O. F.jl',1.,  '* Vancouver, B.C. Agent, Atlin. SUuauuy. Alasliu.  m  '.v/.'.fjf  -���vm  nit  M  -'���ii  .-' ft  * ������-r. -isi, ^J,Af, ii^fiT  J��,^lK^VJ'.JiJ<1l-T^.1trtH,Wj*"  iVlA.  *****  ['"  |'5J  1  u-f.  1 '  ii1  Hi  1        '  !>l  s  ti  '1   , '  -3  i  ������      ���       '          .  -,  &  W  -  #  $&,  4k  '",  %',  11  IF'  a^a'atawtfywyr^wy  ^3tSJ!ClWIg>'JMKlti5iCau<LftliwS^)flt..^Wl^*i^'.'l rt^i  . i!s��M�� ji*r*t��SWJCtr-ij\����,  177  II*  1  R  ..�����.>*���..i���..��.-,���-.��� *WiHB��i��f..n.i.>vt "i ii m.- i  S.rV��� _j, .Tim .. t.     ; ' ���   '���       n'. .    **.'   i "l  \   *  L*fi i   ��� i'w�� ij \ *���"''���   i,;'l';in|li in    nV i'i ���"���in jh*^v ���-*-?< ��������*�������������������� ���i nO��i, ��j.-iy*wW��p ,-��T>^i.|yiJ-vi^i^nw<ii��^H��wiMyi  ATLIN,    K.  C,     SATURDAY,    SKPTl-MBI-R  1904  The Atlin Claim.  THE ATLIN CLAIM is pudlishi:d cvcnv Saturday  Mon,KINC.      I^IAILCU    FflCT    TO    ANY     PAHV   OT   THC  wonijO  ron oo,  ciznts   ptr month ;   ts.oo   pen  YEAR,       A(0,VCRTISINC.   HATUS I   tl.OO.PFTP.  INCH  EACH  LNBcnrioN', nCADiNr. noticcs. as ccwts a uni::  ���JPr.CIAL    IIATCS ON    A PPLI S ATI O N .  JOIS. PKINTINti :  VILL-HIAI,S, POITUIS, Vir.UINO    CARD1  ^CTTiH-HrAns, iMiocpAviMr.il,.     i:TC.,i:rc.  ono.s:^Q   PHdwiruv   kkccultcd,  pm,C[r,   M(|Ucitlrr.  Tine A'L'M.n Claim   I'ijiii.ikiiino Co.  A. (J. HiHHCiiinu.il,   -    Kiiitoii. I'lioi'iitr.Toit.  Saturday, .Sept.   17,  190.1.  Good news iw.d good re[)orts continue to come in lrom all sicks, especially reo-arcli.no (quartz, which go  to indicate that Atlin Camp is still  keeping on its onward march-to  prosperity. All that is needed now  is a showing in the way of production, and this, we are in a,position  to say, will soon he made, and with.  i,l tlie capabilities o.f tlie camp will  b��. d;euionslratcrl beyond a doubt.  Q.uce this, is done, capital will pour  in. to develop the many meritorious  properties now being opened up  under great difficulty hy the hardy  prospector.  Still, the citizens,, merchants and  others who are interested in the  welfare of this district, should do  something in the direction of helping the prospector. It .would be  a good idea if some of the many  properties,, or even one of our likely-  quartz mines, be operated Ixy a local  syndicate. Such a syndicate, doing bona-fide work.,, wo.uld do more  to advertise Atlin than all the prospectors put together. Shaw your  faith in, our prospects and prove  them to the world and 3-011 will find  that the result will redound to the  credit and benefit of every man,  woman and child, in the District.  Improvements on the W. P.  & Y. R.  The White'Pass Railway Co.  has, this year done more improvements than usual on their line.  The principal work has been directed towards reducing the number of  wooden bridges, by building concrete wall foundations and filling in.  Since the While Pass Company  took the line over from the contractors, ., thirty-six bridges have  been done away with and two replaced hy steel structures, in addition to the high steel bridge ''near  the Summit.' JMauy oilier improvements are planned for the future.  Lowney's Chocolates, direct from  factory. ��� C. R. Bourn*:.  <��>��-���-���-���-���-*-��������-*-���-* ���-���-��-��.�� ���������������� ������*-��.��  E. M. N. WOODS,  BARRISIEB-AT-LAW.  I Instulctiii an OiiitM* uS Knout 1, (j-jaM  lluimo, (Discovery. Ottiuu Hours ���  Tuesdays, Thursdays and riuiimluys,  from (i to S p. in.  T  *  ���>  T  T  *  E.   P.  COLLEY,  Cisiij Uncjineejiv  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR,  yOH.Nill'PEAUr. AX.11    l<'V<$3 SSHKIITS, ASMS*  Surveys of il.vdruiilie LeasJis unit  Miueriil Claims.  '  ^. E. Garrett  OF THE   PII1.M   OF  I.IVrXGSTOX^GAKKliT & KING.  BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS,.  NOTARIES   PUBLIC,  VANUOUVEII,  U�� C.  Atlin Office: lo "Atlin Claim." Blda  Liberal   Conservative Association Meets.  A well attended meeting of the  Liberal Conservative Association  was held at the- Balmoral Hall last  Saturday,, and the following executive committees' wers elected r���  Hon. President���Dr. H. E. Yaui'g,  M. P. P.  President���I-L Caucelloc fne-elected).  i-st Vice-President���Jules Tiggest.  2nd Vice-President���Waller Sweet.  Secretary ��� Stuarl Manuell (reelected).  Treasurer���Frank Lytle.  Executive-   Committees���-  Boulder:    Norman    Rant,.    Fnuik  Dockrill, Charles Taylor.  Spruce: W. S..Taylor, T. Fleming,  C. Coates.  Discovery:, Geo. Kerr,. John   Welters, Frank lireeze.  Ablir-n:: W.   P.   Grant, J,.  S.  I-etui;  Geo.. Shislfry.  The addition to. the list of membership is v.e.cy salislactory, as also  was Ihe financial statement.  The unanimity of feeling among  tlie meiuibscs \va.s especially Lo be  remarked,, and the pnes-ideu.t and  secretary were both the recipients  of flattering remarks for the good  work and untiring 'energy they h'-ad-  diisphiyed in ths past ,- both gcntl'e-  men replied in- well- chosen '.voids..  After the election of* officers, Dr.  H. l.'C. Young addressed' the niett-  Sng on- the sttimtrou in the Dominion. Mr. I-Iirschl'eld also ad-  (li'esswltlie meeting'.  NOTICE.  !,n the'ematter of the Estate of Mc-  Leod Gibson, late o; Boylder  Creek,   deceaseds  "ff-^EUSOXS luivin^ cUiima.ujrti'.iist, t.he us���  -*- ititi.' o�� the lute Mul.cuil GUisoii hi-u  rciiuesteil to bend tLio same t'j Mf.ffaUoi;  Uwun, Atlin,. H. G-, AdininUtriitor oE tlie-  estate, on or before the 17th of. October next.,  rjateil at AtLiiu H. C, llth (Ulj- of. Septoin-  ber, l'JL'l..  (:. W. SAWIiKS,  Snliuitur for AdiiiiiiUtrutor.  NOTICE.  "T^J-OTiUIC is. hereby uiven that within C<>  -L-N duys from ilute 1 intend to uuply Lo  the Cliief-CoiiiiiiLssLoner of La.mls.rind Works.  fo.r iiermissLon to. puruliuso fche follwvinji  ilcserilied ^rouniL situate in the Atliji Di>.-  'triet. :���Coiiiiiiencinsf at a post muked "���!''. 'Jl.  IJ'si" ^^. K.. covner,. planted about one and  one-half, miles south of the uiujitli of, McL>.ee  Greek and one-half mile from Lulco front.,  thence southerly 10 chains, tlionce wes>terlv  li) chains, thence uorthttrly 4U chains, tliencu  ousterly 10 chuins.to pointof coiniueiiconieiit.  containing 1U0 acres more or lens.  I'. T. llA..MSIIA\r.  AtUn, H. C...J uly 21th, 1901.  NOTICE.  "I^T'OHGli �� betchj (riven rlint sixty ihick;..  -L-N.     after  date I intend  to ap.'.ly  to the  Chief   Cuiuuiiiuiiouiir of.   Lands and   \\'oi;ks.  tor   permission   to. purcliu.se the  CoLUhvuik  described land situated iji the Atlin District:.  Conimi'iiciii^ at a post  inn.rked  ,1.71'. Ki'^nn  tj.. W..i'0.rner, planted nlimit <nuj mill' north-  east.uf Atlin Townsite, thence trust 211 chains,,  thence north IiO eliiuns thence <.'ii>t.2ll chains  thence south, 21) chains to point of coiiimence-  iiiciit,.containing-. 10 acres more or. less.  Iiati-d thLshtliday nl' August. l'JOl.  .I.V.MUH 'J'. Ukua.v..  NOTICE.  i  Rings  And All Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured on the Premises.  ��j85"    Why send om when you can get goods as cheap,here?  Watches Front S5 ��������   Fine Line of Souvenir Spoons.  JULES EGQERT & SON; The Swiss Watchmakers.  THE.   KOOTENAI7   HOTEL',   i  A, R. McDonald, Proprietor.  COU.   1'lKS'T   ANO   TkAIiNOK   JaTKUKTS.  This l'lrst f.'lnss Hotel has bi'iin remodeled and refurnished throuslioiit  unil <i/!'c'i-s the best ncciiimiiuiliitioii to Trnii-siuiil or I'erinanent  Ciuosts-.���Aiiiorican and Kiiropisaii plim.     ���  Finest Winzes, Liquors and Gigars.  Billiards   and   Pool.  <:t^.:i^o>o��o*o*o*a'>o*'0*<:��*��o*o��*o*<:i��'0*i:i*o*o*o��o��o��o��iX!*0'��  G OLD     I-IOTJSE,  DISCOVERY,   B.   C.  srn^.:raix"Y first class.  JO.KN    WOLTERS,   Proprietor.  STAGJS     to      I.ITliUY     TIS-      GliSiKUCTlOl*.  ft  '/.  w  a  o  H  0  W  i  DIXCN    DROGHERS,   Proprietors   ��o�����   Pool    &���   Billiards,    Free.  Freighting and Teaming jfi        Horses and Sleighs for Hire,  .J.   H.   RICHARDSON,.  ATLIN    &.   DISCOVERY,.   n���">��:���������  ii Line ��I Clothing Just From the East  THE   LATEST   STYLES.  Complete Stock of Dry Goods  THE    LATEST   W    HATS,     BOOTS     ANO      SHOES..  #@-    -       GOLD    J>EAL    GUM    BOOTS  Our Goods are the Best and Our Prices the Lowest.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $8,700,000.  Ji-SSliKVK,.   $ J, 000,.OO.Q.  Branches sf the Bank a.t jeattue,  San. Francisco,  Portland,  Skagway, ete>  Exchange sold on all Points.  Gold Dust Purchased���Assay Oi-tick in Connection..    '  D.  ROSS, Manager.  V.   TRQTMAN,   Manager.  Cocner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  ��� ���<��.��-   FIRST   CLASS    RESTAURANT    IN   CONNECTION.  CIIOlCfST WINIS, IWOKS AM) tHJAHS CASE GOODS A SPlCIALTr.  Hydra.ulie    Mining'  inery.  NOTICIi Zt. liuroliy. yivLMi tliuti sixty duys  uitcr (Into L intend t�� apply to tlio Chief  C'liiiiinissloiiur 06 l.auiU itucl \\'<*rks tor pci'-  inisMitxi t(i purcliu.si.' tlio folli>wln^ ilenri-i-lioil.  i-l rticti (it* I^nct; (Jti!iiuii.|i(..i-ii;i: at piist marked  Nnviln'��. Hiiti-iivl post, nort.li-east ��n��K,. ��n-  the noL-rli sIkh'o ot Atlin LuJto and. u<��>r the  iVt'liJiti) lU\ier,.Takii,.ll..C-: tlie<io<; lt'00 feet U>.  yin.st. N��. 4 : tilioncu 8(10 Reet tu p<itl In'ii. :i.;.  UltciMiU 1000 ffot to: post No..2:. theni'H ��I0 feet.  r<> jKist, of u<iiu-iNoiM|eiaeiit)i' eontaiiiiny: live  (teres more or less.  G. Wir.t.TA.M A. Nkvii.k...   j.  Mated at. Atlin..I uly iUUi.U'OU 2  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER-   GATES,  ANGLIC    STKHL    RIFFLES-   &  HYDRAULIC    RI-VKTI'D    PI PR.  ICatiiH-ates. fvirni-shet'i   on applicaf.ion.  The Vancouver Ingmmng Works,  i  **��l  YAMC4WJVBK,.   JBL   C  'i-ll  ���}^ iff  ' ".ty.:  :m  m\  ��U  n  r,*smmaBm>maKmimiaBm r��VR:W-4>^T^^^^"^^S^  iii^vC-Kvi;^^  :!&  ^ATLIN,7: B.:;;C-,:7;SAa,UlUJA:Y,v;,SKpa:EAllil.vR;  .1904::  0?Y:  P1 GKEp UP- HEREAND T H ERE.  , Cliiireh ol  Kiurliuid :   . ���. ������ ���.���"���', /;  ...St.. M11 rt ill's Clhiireli. cm'. Tliinl ;:aud .Train- ���  (.i-'sli-ei'is. Siiii'dny . services; Matins at lilt.-  ii'i., Kyu.iiso'iis'7 :''IU P- '>'���! Celelii;iiti(in of Iloly  Coiuniilniiin, 1st..'.S-jiiiultiyiii/oiii'li mouth and;  . 7nii Speeial .oi-eiisiiins.^���Siiiiiluyv.'Suli'.iol;���Sun-.;  /"liiiy nt'7 o7i>i" 111. Ooiiiniilleo ;XloetiiiKs, ;lst  'J htirsilny iii eaeli nioiitli. 77-7  7!- 7 1{,-v7 I-'.. I.. .Steiihonsoii. -Hector; ;.  St. .\ iiilrmv's I'rijsli'.v.turiiiii Clii'ircli ��� hold  8i-i-vii-e.s ill tins CSli n.rcli' (in ���''Siieiniil^ Street.  , Mui'ii'uisr survii(iMit,'7'il .evening vei-viee 7 :!W.  'S nmillv School at the eliise' (if I lie iiioi-nin^  sai-yiee. ..Ri-v.K.Tu i-Uiiij-'ton, Ali.i'.i.i.s.tur;,'  .'-��� liuiwiui Catholic Church :   Serviees-willbe  :.-Ii'elil feeiiiid SiiimIii.v. ��l' raeh iiiiiiitli.;'  A I! lire,  ivi.-lcome.' Rev. Fat her Corlieil,.minister.  77v :The^Atlin/IVra:diii'g,.,G6.-hekl:.tlie'ir,  / anuiVaLmeeting.this.week/and some  //changes were made in tlie: director-:  ':7ate.:/' Watch'; this.;; paper/! (or their  aiinbuncenYeut.next week./,: .���  .;/���!'!;! MciJonlild'.'��� s ,7Grocefy..'.; niakes/; a'  "specialty of:fresh'eggsatid butter.:  7 -'. .Well assorted Stock of- "Domestic.  7 .andii���ported Cigars, at Bourlie's. ;7  >: '.��������� Bt-'rt !\Vhitfield,//Norman./Fishen  :'- -aiid 7 AL':Spier's -returned/, yesterday  /nioruiug! fronL/a .hunting /'trip /to  Little- Atlin/Lake, atsd/to; show that;  they can;shoot,.'they,.b,rouglit .back:  ���7 with 'them nearly fifty birds/mostly  /ducks.:':.: : ' ���.-< ��������� -../.;���- ;/���    //j. 7.:.,   ./.. ���  7���;������;��� The;0; K.  Barber Shop for-Hot  : or.'Cold': Baths ''.atvall; hqnrs','56 cents;'  ;������";'. /If you want agood, meal gO/lo,tlie.  -Quick 'fmnch/Room/'Mrs Llenning  ;.".proprietress.'/'77.-;/:.7 ���//::      /"7'-" /7777'  //// New/Flies and/Kishiug Tackle at  C. R;--Bourne's.---.//'.'/      "7/::-::7/77/  :7 Mr.!R. D. .Fethei-stonliaugh; and  /Captain Alexander ."returned from a  -   *.- - - -7"; -:- -'- -   <-<-.;'.   Y   ��� Y '' .���'    '..,".'.'    '!':'.-'.-'' ';    -    .'-  /.trip toz/Wjlsdn Valley with afine  / bagol"; birds, /and/as a consequence  ' se'vei'al/g'ood/suppers were discussed���  //th is: week; - i /://-- .^~-~<.- ��� ,crL��,.���?>-. -, ,,���/.-,...//,//  :   Co hie .and " see. /my .new   line of  Heaters,   Stoves and   Ranges.-���J.  D. 1: -UK IK.  / 7/7: :v/ 7/ :���-//.  /.Air; Slockand is in the Hospital  suffering, from mountain fever.  ���7"Mr' A. Carraicha'e.l reports! good  ���.-prospects' and satisfactory, returns  on Bull'Creek-. The result of operations has confirmed the .good  opinions entertained at.the outset,  the ground tested on a large scale  proving uniform in character.  ���Work" will be .continued until the  end of the month. ���//.=.  ��� For Jumbo Wool-Top Mattresss  and/Supported!- Springs, ���. Feather:  ������"PillpwSj    .blankets,. .Quilts,.-.; go/ to  /���Lurie's; -   7..;:/./"......  If you \vaiit the '"latest/Magazines  and Tapers, go to Pilliuan's.     ~  His ���Lordship  Justice   Duff,   ac-j  companied  by   Mrs.   Duff, arrived'  here   last   Sunday; they are,/quite  an acquisition lb our social circle.  NOTICE TOM1NERS.--I am  very busy and have not time to go  around the creeks to talk " sweet."  But   there   is   some   honey yet i-in-  ///:'iMie /largest/-11 ugget7;'of;,,nati\:e-  copper as yet found in Atlin ''placers  is/.oh/.exhibition' in/.Mr. .Egg-en's  AVihdb\v7 It weighs:/ thirty-seven  oiinces a lid/was found;-/oil .bedrock  in t he;;\y or kings; on 'Bull Creek.// ���..-.;  ' ;Mr7N.:C. \Vhee1iiig''having de;  cided to/liandle 6nly: groceries: and  provisions, !I will immediately sell  at. sa c'ri.li cc pi icestli e. ba 1 a 11 e'e of 111 y  stock 7of/l)ry/Gbodsi Boots /'aiid  Shoe's',-'/Underclothing, 7 Stationery/:  etc/7;; In/ order: tq'a void/ legal, expenses, ;all accouiiis- must /.be/'- paid  before Sept./15th!; after;/that; date  niy/:/bboks7;\vill- lie 'plaeecl /in /tlie.  hands of 'my atlbfiiey for col lection;  of ii 11';'a'ecp.ii'iits.- ~M; Vo 1 .-.liy...";-.7/7 7  !!7;Bob.:!lMack7iS:Still7i.t;/U,ie7 Hospital ,\vith sciatica'; 7 we .hope ...to /sec:  him aboiit/Hoon/,1////'       ,/.:':-/'--"'/!;  7 :For:Fresh/;!Fruit/ aiid - \;egeta!5leS,  Billuian'saie al/vays in the lead. .7.7  v/ClONTRAC'I'Scalled for.Sacking  150 !toiis5of;Magii'e.site/1:and ���'deliver-  ���i'ng-sa'ine oil.Bearl.St. \Vhaff; ./Send  sealed bid 7 to /A/ C; -Hi uscn ]��� Ki.ix!  Particulars cir'applicatioii: :/!//./ 7/7 ;/���  /;WA:NTjfiD.!T^Sithatibir!:as /Cook  in Camp;--A pply at Gi;a iji Ofkick./  '!//P.OST^-Npb /off, siiacle on;��ljaby  carriage.7-7-;R!eturii.l!o!.Mks. .Pi.,u.ri.:hi-:'.';  7:F0R: SALE-^A;"new!,Standiir  A re Light Lam p; .'66'6'ca iid le po we r.  - At M c Dona i. d' s' G r 0 c u ry Sto r h .  ''-. -Stevens Single7]-5arrel,:/i2 /bore  ShdtGuh. //Apply'Claim-Gffice.!:/.  :&>;.  ^  is ������������J  : r*y*fr*n*iitn?rTT**T.-K*i?**i *��J��  /(;:/'.  !S/^,  Wy&it.  i-ENI*.  ;/ Oari:y/: nQthin  ���7q;ualitics'///7an  iXQ-)^G^'ri"<S"sL v..''_t!hp f it:";-���'; G aL i | v.:;;-:- :b fe"'-: ���. ;j> :ro^:  :/7C-U:l-^cl! ft)r^  7 ;ip re ;.b;iiy Li!.i g;TO  N6TIGE7  In the  County  Court of Vanobuver,  holden at Atlin.���Hastie vs. Ricei.  .7|Srr"0TI.'iCH is frivon that an Virder has lieeii  -L^ /made hy/llis- Honor .'.'Indite llciiiler-  son that tlio pai-tnei'Shipexistiiifr lietweeii  David Hastie and Georjye.l.. Itire be dissolved  and that the all'airs tliei-eof, bo. wound: up.  Notice is also k'V.uii tliiit the promises lt'now.ii  as tlie Grand Hotel at Atlin will be oll'ereil  forsale./ I'ui'tlier notice of such sale will be  jiivrm later.   For particulars apply 10  7       ;7       ' C.,\V.-SA.WKKS, Atlin,      7'/  "��������������� ..-Plaintilf's Solicitor.  NOTICE.  J~0'f TOU is iiereliy jriveu that, witliiii 00  days from date, I intend to upply to  the Cliiel Commissidiier of Lands and Works  for permission to purchase the. following  (leseriliod laud, situate in the Atlin District:  ���;C(iiiimeileiiiy; at a post mi-.i'Ued " C M. H'sV  N.--li. corner, planted about one mile south (if  the luonth of McKee Gri.'elc and oue-hiilf  mile from l.nhe front, theneo southerly ;KI  chains, tlieneeAvesterly 10 chains, thence  northerly -It) eh ni lis. thence easterly -10 chains  to  poiiit of "eomniencenient,  eoutainitijv PIN  acres nioi-e or less.t .   .  (',. SI. II AMSIIAW.  Atlin, H.O.. July 27t'.i.UKU.  called for. 'I will. not be getting  any more, in this season ; those,  therefore^ who want an)', had better come around before it is all  none. The honey is at .Stewart's  Grocery/Discovery.  Wj!,   I.AWSON.  NOTICE.  IHHUlillY/^ivo notice that witliin liUdays  from date, T intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of bands and .Works for  permission to purchase tlie followiny; ilescribed ki'oii'iiiI, sit uate in I lie Atlin' District:  ���Coinmciicinji- at a post, marked US. H.I*^"  N. E. corner post, planted about, two miles  south of the mouth of McKee (Jreels and one  half mile from I,nke front, theuee southerly  II) chains, tlience westerly I!) ehains, thence  northerly ,|ll chains, thence easterly ���!() chains  to point of conimeiicement, eontaiuin^' I lit)  acres more or less.  S. II.  IT.I.'MIII-:.  Atlin, li. 07, .Inly '27th, I'JOI.  ' SW-X-KSSOII to      ft/j^    FOLEY  ���S.&"  PULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.  Flour,  Oats; Chop   Feed,   Bran,   &c, ;.&c..  W^;/^^^o.l ;/!/!77////!:,Z:/;/7/7'/;S  7/f7//Oii -a:;d:aftei';Aiig;ust;iistsaiH.l untilTui'ther' i)otiee,:tjie following/will'  be the;rales;itvi-7iighls'; :aeeoiuils culiectible/inbtuiily!: !   ;"'.;::/ : / -.'���'!" ;",  /! JUvLC'rRiCV!::LlGl;17,7:.!:JvA:!^  '.'���.��.. Osi'iislSoYP.awer. Seais&at'ti'esGGBtiZ 8 f.75' fjcz" mastiSa.ste'r liqlst,  1 6-Y. YYY:-W': '.7' ;7-/::!^'/77 '7'u'!/7.7!/^7!.''/'^7:7/7!7^.5iJ'777  HP  us..  5?  5*  5.SO .  '��"��������������  ��������'  ���:/ /All buruedrout or jilackeued lamps! will be exchaiiged! foi/new qties.;/  free;,of:charge;:if/brouglit;,to;.ih;e.-Coiu"paiiV;'^  ���be'.icliarg'e'd-.l'on^ : '7 7 77/7.7/���/:.7;/7'.7/;;!/':';/!./-/  MGDERN/STEAM^LAUr^  //' W!Ken7You- Want! Job "Printing;  ��� /���^C/all/.'and/ :Get/;'Pr(ces!!.7at:!!:The:;,  !XAttiri; Claim7 Office. ,/'7/77'7777/7:  '���'. ��� 7jg^~/ We are better prepare^To~'tate  ! : !,   than any house this side.of Seattle.     1'erishables a"���SjTecialty;���..���/;  Rose of .Ellensburg! Butter,  Chase & Sail born'sCo-ffes,  Standard Oil Go. "7  AGKxa:      .-,/ . ..    .'���������'  Preferred Stock of Canned Goods,  ./Blue Ribbon Tea";../'/-"..//    ������"'.'  ��3&"~ Satisfaction Guaranteed.  rxn  ...    -HMGIN  SStJiGWAY, .!j3MSAVi.'.'.;..''7";.  ���GL-r^B  *~W  Wholesale: 7aiid-:R  //���FIRST ;STREETr ATLIN^B; G;^^^ //'  irsb'-B 'tsra'aH:  i��  aa"-'      er^ w   &&. �� m  ATI.I'N,   I!.   (;.  -'maw  If SHELF AND   HEAVY   HARDWARE, !    ,.,   r4fl^��  hi. . 'XIr 2"d Granite V.?aro,           '              / .......���^.^^.^jis"^  ifr. .Miners'/and ���Biacksr.-.iihs'-Supplseis,     Ddors and Window:  ../*'. .  Fesi'ssslcis'e' a?2d lUssiir&ss Fstcisary.. ' ���  NO*  ���A'fLINi'.H. C.  .     BREWERS   QE   L&SEP*   BEER.  SMALL , ;.AN'D    hARGK    ORDhULS    PROMPTLY  -KILT,ED.  THE   &SE&T  mMFMET  >&���>  Imk.sy .Stuhkt,    Atlin/  KEEP*N0Nic. BUT PRIME ST0CK--L0WEST TflARKET PRICES.  m

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