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 ,��� v '���<���*���"���' r-v*. ^  *" -^i  i  ^z��m> ^  k  111  "vA       J-1     *      i����     ir'i  XA. J^. .A     v     J::.a k  M.A   V- M.��  f  VOL. T3.  ATUN,  B. C,   SATURDAY/ ' SEPTK.MBUR    9,   i<)0>  NO. 32 r  TELEGRAPHIC.  /  Peace    Treaty   was    Signed  on Tuesday.  FRENCH GLOBE-TROTTER SUICIDED.  Japan's   Subjects   Evinco  Popular  'Angrer Over the Tonus of the  Peace Treaty���The Cholera at  Berlin���Fire and .Massacre in  " Russia���The Sultan- Yielded.  [SI'KC1A1.i TO Till:  OL.A7.M.]  Vancouver, 13. C, Sept. 7.���The  bod}' of R. Lampierie. a Frenchman  who was on a globe-trotting expedition, and who had been missing  since the 23rd,cf August, was today  found floating in Burrard inlet. It  is presumed that he had become  despondent of^being unable to complete his task and had committed  suicide.  Portsmouth, N. H., Sept. 7.���.Tbe  peace .treaty was signed simultaneously by the Russian and Japanese  plenipotentiaries in this city on  Tuesday. Among other things the  agreement states that the- evacua-  tion of Manchuria must be completed within iS months.-- - ���  Tokio, Sept. 7.���The first turbulence attendant upon-the widespread  popular anger of the Japanese'people s- ��>ver the terms of peace as decided upon occurred here yesterday."  At a mass.meeting which was held  in the public park and attended by  a large crowd, the malcontents proposed and voted in favor of 'resolutions declaring that the nation had  been humiliated, and they strongly  denounced the terms of the treaty.  The crowd then attacked the government newspaper building with  stones and other missies and damaged the machinery and injured  several of the workmen. The ringleaders aud many others were overpowered and arrested.  Berlin, Germany, Sept, 7.���The  cholera epidemic in this city is  spreading rapidly and thirteen new  cases have been reported in the last  24 hours. There have been a total  of 90 cases and 26 deaths to date.  London, Sept. 8.���A Port Said  despatch slates that the' British  steamer Chatham caught fire yesterday while in the Suez canal and  held up the traffic of the canal for  some hours. The steamer had 70  tons of dynamite aboard but the fire  did nol.rcach il.  Quebec, Sept. S.��� Hon. Mr. Par-  - ent has resigned his seal in the  .Quebec legislature and also his  office as mayor of this city and has  accepted the position of chairman of  the National Trans-Contiucnlal  railway. .-, ��� .  San Francisco, Sept. 8.���Billy  Nolan, manager' for Battling Nelson, has declared that he will. not  consent to Jas. Jeffries as referee for  the Briit-Nelson fight on Saturday  night.      As   a   result   of  Nolan's  ' stand   there   will   probably be   no  light. - It is rumored lhat Nelson is  showing the yellow streak. , ,  SL. Petersburg, Sept. 8.���Recent  advices received from Baku state  that a fire which had started some  time ago in the'Blacktown distiict  of that city was still burning. The  losses will amount to many millions  of roubles'. The fire brigades'are  unable to get tlie conflagration under- control. The Armenians and  Tartars are the warring factions  and, being entirely beyond all constraint, they are running the town  with , a high hand. To date over  200 , Persian subjects h'ave been  killed. -,     .  St. Petersburg, Sept.' -S.-'-Street  fighting still continues in the city of  Kishiuefls. The roughs of the place  have defied and routed the authorities and are engaged in sacking the  Jewish shops and killing the inmates and owners. Scores of soldiers' have been killed every time  the'military has endeavored to'sub-  duethe mob.  Paris.Sept. S.���The-foreigu office  today received a despatch from the  French ambassador at Fez which  announced ' that the Sultan of Morocco had yielded all the points  which were demanded iu the recent  French ultimatum.  gen'ekai. news.  At Portsmouth on Aug. 29th the  Japanese envoys insisted,, that there  should be no armistice until'the  treaty of peace shall have been  signed, exchanged and in force.  The Russians were greatly disappointed because of the-attitude of  the Japanese, but the}' finally gave  in. The stand taken bjr' the Japanese, it is believed, was due to  their desire not to be tricked out" of  the advantage which they possessed  in the field,before the arrangements  were completed. However, on September 2nd the matter was again  brought tip and the Japanese agreed  to au immediate armistice.  Al Tokio on the ist of September  the Japanese mikado gave his approval to the peace terms agreed  upon at Portsmouth and authorized  that a treaty be prepared in accordance therewith.  The business portion of the town  of Bridgeport, Wash., was destroyed  by fire last week.  Philadelphia Jack O'Brien won  the decision from Billy Bates in a  10 round bout at Fairbanks last  week.  'J- J. Hill says he will spend $r,-  000,000 in improving the passenger  service of the Great .Northern  railway.   Moiiey and jewelry to the value  of $100,000 were.ou Monday stolen  from .the residence of Jose Ayare at  New York.   .  Three thousand and five hundred  job printers went on strike last  Saturday at Chicago for an eight  hour work clay.  The   Peking   government  is en -  deavoriu'gilo stamp out the boycotting of American goods by Chinese  impoiters aud dealers.  1 A 14 3'car 'old Indian girl was  killed by a 16 year old Indian boy  at Vancouver on September 2nd.  The boy was captured.  A London despatch says that.the  news has been 'received there that  a cholera plague has appeared al  several places in Prussia.  The mayor's chain of office has  been stolen fronr the city hail at  Montreal..'' The discovery was made  when the inaj'br desired to use it to  receive Prince' Louis of Battenberg.  The American steamship Peconia  was sunk during a fierce gale off tlie  Florida coast on August 29th. The  cargo of coal shifted and the vessel  filled. Twenty-one of a crew of 23  were drowned.  The Subway saloon, New York,  which was 'sanctified by Bishop II.  C. Potter, closed its doors ou Sept.'  ist. The place had not proved the  profitable investment it was expected it would be. ;  Ten persons were killed by an  explosion, which took place'on Saturday last ��� in the works of the  National .Tube Co. at McKecsport,  Pa. Damage to the extent .of $100,-  000 was-also dc^ic.-' '' ���    -  A ��� Bellingh'am, Wash., despatch  says 'that Everett Mclnuis, of that  .city... killed _ his .father, Jimery. Mclnuis, while out shooting near  Mount Baker last Monday. The  boy mistook his' father for a deer  and shot him.  Thomas Sidsworth, a waiter on  the S. S. Humboldt, committed suicide by jumping overboard from the  ship while she was in Seymour Narrows on her northbound trip last  week. It is thought lhat the man  was temporarily insane.  A Skagway report says that the  steamer Humboldt struck an iceberg when near Douglas island ou  her last trip north. Her stem was  stove in for several feet aud the ship  was delayed an hour or more in  making repairs. She took iu no  water and sustained only slight  injuries.  A Berlin despatch says that a d  tachment of marines and sailors  from ^the German cruiser Bussard  surprised 1,000 insurgent natives  near Kowomi, German Fast Africa,  last week. The Germans killed 73  insurgents and drove many others  into the Rifiji river, where they  were drowned. No German casualties w-ere reported.  Mining Note.���The Gold Commissioner has posted ��� as void the  leases contained in the Metal and  Petticoat groups (as published last  week) and also the following leases  on Dixie creek: Black Hill, Lost,  Last Chance, Divide, Osmuz, Cosmos, Cairo, Suez, Berber, Aden,  Mecca and Iud. The Halifax lease  on Pine creek is posted as having  been cancelled.  Native Copper    -  Has   Been   Found on Windy Arm--  ��� Much Excitement at Conrad  City and a Stampede.  Windy'Arm wilL.assuredly be a  quartz mining centre. On Monday-  two men who had 'been prospecting  on the east side of the aim opposite  Conrad City returned to that place  and exhibited specimens of a ledge  which they had staked. The samples were of a quarlzite which carried a big per centage of native copper but as an assay had not been  obtained up to the time of our informant leaving there we are unable  as yet to state values., However,  from the samples of mineral produced it is evident that the ore will  give returns of exceptionally high  values.  The find caused much excitement  iu'CCnirad City and a stampede re-,  suited immediately. The men crossed the arm iu dozens and' swarmed'  the countryside all night and hy  daylight Tuesday morning fully  two square miles of claims had been  staked. "  Mining iMotes.  W. S. Taylor and N.   Fisher  returned to McKinley Creek Monday. .  " Ginaca  &  Co./of^KIcKce creek,"'  had a very successful clean-up   last  week and will be cleaning-tip again  in a few days.   -   .    .  .All the operators in the district  have been greatly hampered for three  weeks or so by a shortage of powder. There is now however a large  supply on hand.  The B. A. D. Co. on Gold Run  are continuing lo handle a very  large yardage daily. They, like  the other operators, lost time lately-  through want of powder.  The McKee Hydraulic, managed  by S. H. Plumbe, will be cleaning-  tip today. The low water has materially reduced the amount of  gravel handled by the company  during the past few weeks.  The Northern Mines Ltd. started  up again last Tuesday after a three  days' lay up by reason of a break  on the shovel. They are now running full swing aud are making a  big hole iu the bank. They will  have a clean-up shortly.  The Socicte Miniere de la Columbia Brit.iiinique on boulder creek,  H. Maluin, manager, are now clearing up their bedrock and will have  completed their season's operations  by the end of next week. Their  output this season will be somewhat  lower than that of previous years.  The North Columbia  Gold   Mining  Co.,   Ltd., J. M. Ruffner manager, are still handling large quantities of gravel, in all their pits.    This  season   will   be a top liner so far as  tbe amount of gravel, handled  aiid  cold won is .concerned!    The  com--  paiiy have  also  had surveys made -  of a.number of their-mineral claims.,  near Discovery. ATLIN,   B.   C.>    SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER   9, 1905  TIIR ATLIN CLA1A1 is punuGHco cvhmy Saturday  MOnNINC.   .  MAU.CO    rttCC    TO    ANY    PflnT'oT  THE  woiu.0 ron oo   ccnts   ncn month :   go.oo   pcii  YCAIl, , AOVCRTICINO nATCt! '. f.l.OO PCH INCH CACH  INOCHTION; P.CADING NOTICCS. 23 ccntb a linc.  SPECIAL   HATCS    ON    APPLICATION.  -*������-  JOH PK1NTINU :  oill-hca'ds, posTcns. VISITING  cards,  LCTTEn-MEADs, pnocnAMMCS,      ETC., CTC.  orders  pnoMPTLY cxccutcd.  pnrccs   MODLIIATC.  Tub Atlin Claim  Puhhsiuno Co.  \V.    POLIVAltn.     CllIAST,       liUITOIi-MANAOKII.  News' comes each week of new  quartz discoveries. As seen in.another column, the one this week is  on Windy Arm, opposite Conrad  City.  Our opinion on the quartz of the  district, as expressed from time'-to  time, is being abundantly verified.  The whole country is an immense  mineral deposit, and the sooner this  is understood the sooner the camp  will develop.  In other portions of America the  showings on Windy Arm would  cause an inflow - of population of  many thousands���while ours only  brings a few hundreds.  We   feel  assured that as soon as  the conditions are really understood,  and   the   values  we    have    really  known,   there will be a tremendous  growth of people  and   mining   activities   will   be on the boom.    To  our  citizens   we  would say be wise  and get in early and avoid the rush.  Opportunities are not'plentiful and,  after staying for  the country to develop, do not be too late and let the  chance slip by you.  Paul Morton, president of the  Equitable Life Assurance Society of  New York, says that Senator  Chauncey M. Depew has made an  explanation of his connection with  the Equitable that is entirely satisfactory.  Morton certainly ought to know  a good explanation when he sees it.  He has had to make a few during  the past few months in connection  with his own share of the Equitable  scandal.  I   "��� -Sports and Smoker  Under Auspiees of Atlin Club Were  .of the Best.  The sports held on Saturday last  under the auspices of the Atlin Club  were well attended and went off  without a hitch.    ,  The'lug-of-war between .the Scotia team and the professional men  was certainly amusing and il" the  pained expression , on sonic of the  faces had only remained tbe owners  theicot"could certainly have made a  nice Jortnne ��� in a freak museum.  The sailor'mcn won in two straight  heals amid much applause.  Walking the greasy pole, wliich  projected over the water from the  end of the clock, created considerable amusement. There were six  candidates for honors who sported  their athletic frames in various styles  of bathing attire aud afler Various  trials tlie flag was won by Mr. Cain  of the Scotia crew, the rest of the  bunch being satisfied with an  annual.'  The target shooting at about 400  yards was also rather funny���out of  135 shots by 27 game killers only  7 found the target..- Mr. Pollard  Grant captured the cup presented  by Mr. Jules Eggert with four hits  and a score of 14 out of a possible  25. Mr. Jas. Lipscombe was second  with a bull's eye, 5, and Mr. T.  Sweet third with a magpie, 3. The  game of the district need not in  future feel at all nervous.  The boat race was won by the  Scotia's team, with Gus Brunich's  fishing crew second.  Owing to the late hour other  races,' &c, were adjourned.  The smoker in the evening was  well attended aud   , 1 a 0 .�� workui .)  ttal flood.  WllV SKSB  OUT 1YJ1KN   YOU CAN (1KT (IOOIIS  AS Ullii.W 1IUHK ?  Atlin, Nugget and Grape Rings autl all 'kinds of Jewelry iimuu  riieturctl ou tlio premises-.  Fine New- Stock of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry ��u<l Diamonds  Watches from SS.00 up. Aleuts for Columbia Gramophones.  Silverware, Cut Glass,.Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons.  Safety Deposit Vaults.  ,,    ATUN   AND   DISCOVKKY,  Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jcwelrs.  They   are   Waiting   for   You!  IN  argains  9 ' ^^^�� arf 5^HUE��S������i  FULL  io  Garnets and House Furstishings.  LINE    Ol'    BOOTS    and    SHOES',  also    GOI.D    SKAT,    HIP , GUM    BOOTS.  Atlin and  '��9  Discovery, B. C.  Successors  to J. H. Richardson.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  S: S.  PRINCESS BEATRICE,   -    Smptkmbbr 4,  16, and  28.  S. S. PRINCESS MAY, -   .     Sept.  ii, 22, and Oct. 4.  v- Sailing: from Skagway 8 p.m.  o  Direct   to Vancouver and Victoria.  Ti-nusportiiij* by rail or stenmer to Seuttle without extra charge.  H. B. Dunn,  Apreut, Skaprway.  We'jfive quick service.     No intermediate calls.  For rates or information apply to  It  I  rnpAKE Notico that, sixty days after date,  -1- I, on behalf of the British Yukon Navigation Company, Limited Liability, intend  to apply to the Chief Commissioner of l.antla  and Worli',- for permission to purchase for  terminal and industrial purposes, on. behalf  of said company, tho following described  tract of land, containiiis; one hundred uud  sixty (1UIU acres, more or less, situated in tho  Cassiar District, Atlin Division: Commencing ut a post situated in the south west corner of Windy Arm, thence running from this  post south SO chains, thence west 20 chains,  thence north SO chains, thence east 20 chains  to place of commencement.  llritisli Yukon Navigation Co., Ltd.,  Per P. U. SciIARSCHltllJT, Sll]lt., |  Aj^piit.  Dated this 11th day of August, I01.1. o21  THE WHITE-PASS & YUKON ROUTE.  Through   Line  from   Skaguay  to  Atlin,   White  Horse,   Big-  Salmon,  Dav/son and all intermediate points.  Finely appointed trains daily, except Sunday,  between Skaguay   Caribou  and Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express-  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS:  No. 1.��� North Hound. |  No.2.���South Hound.  9.30 a.m. Lv.       SKAGUAY     Ar. 4.80p.m.  2.10 p.m. Lv.       GAKIliUU      Lv. 11.50 a.m.  J.SO p.m. Ar. WHITE HOUSE Lv. 9.30 a.m.  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS:  Leave CAKIHOU 5 p.m. Tuesdays,      Arrive A'iLIN 9 a.m. Wednesdays.  " " S p. m. Fridays, " "        9 a. in. Saturdays.  Leave ATLIN 5 p.m. Jlondaj's, Arrive CARIBOU 7 a.m. Tuesdays.  " "        5 p.m. Thursdays, " " 7 a.m. Fridays.  150 pounds of bnggiige will be cheeked free with each full fare ticket, and 75 pounds  with each half fare ticket.  Passengers must be at tlepots in time to have Haggage inspected and checked.  Time Schedules are subject to change without notice.  S&~     Baggage   Bonded   Through.  For  information   relative  to  Passenger, Freight,  Express and   Telegraph Hates,  apply to any agent of t^ie Company or to  .U.J. II. WHITE, G.F.&P.A., J. LIPSCOMBE,       E.U.PINNEO, Asst.G. P.* P. A.,  Agent, Atlin. Skaguay   Alaska.  Vancouver, 15. C.  Speed  ope  cine  Safety  s  Comfort  The Hospital Concert  Was Well Attended and a Good  Sum Was Realized.  The concert given in aid of the  St. Andrew's Hospital on Tuesday  night was a success in every way.  From a financial standpoint the  sum of $��28 was added to the hospital treasury, aud from an entertainment point of view the concert  was one of tlie best ever held iu  Atlin. The club house was well  filled when the first number, on tlie  programme was given, and through-  , out the whole evening the interest  never lagged and many encores  were responded to.  It would be a presumption to say  that one number was better than  another and we must rest content  to say they were all good.  Much credit is due Mr. W. W.  Grime and the committee who had  the affair in charge.  rjpAKIS Notice that, sixty days after dato,  -*- I, on behalf of 11. W. 12. Canavaii, intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of  Lauds and Works for permission to purchase  the following described tract of land, containing eighty acres (SO) more or less, situated in the Cassiar District, Atlin" Division:  Commencing at a post situated in the south  end of Windy Arm, thence running from this  post south 10 chains, thonce eas(.20clmins,  thenco norlh 10 chains, thence west, autl  along the shore line to point of commencement.  II. W. E. Canavan,  Per      P. K. SciiAHsciurniT,  , Agent.  Dated tills 11th day of August, 103.1. o2l  THE    1'IONEEH    ALASKA    &INF..  Steamers of Company leave SKAGWAY for  Seattle, Puget Sound, San Francisco  and Southern   Ports  CAJRIIYING    U.  S.    MAIL.  City of Seattle,     Sept. 8, 18, 28  Via Vancouver.  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED WITH  THE   BEST   OF   GOODS '  Humboidi,  -   Sept. I, 13, 23  Direct.  rjlAKI? Notice that, sixty days after date,  -��- I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands ami Works for permission to  pui-clui"-".' the following described tract of  luud, containing eighty (SO) acres, more or  less, .situated in the Cassiar District, Atliu  Division: Commencing at tho north west  boundary of II. W. li. Cummin's location,  tin-lino running from this point south II)  chains, thorn.-,; west. 20 chains, thence north  ���10 chains, thence east 20 chains to point of  commencement.  P.   1"\ SCHAIIHCmilDT.  Dated this lltli day of August, 1905. o21  Cottage City,    -   Sept.  12,   25  Via Victoria and Sitka.  EX&-   Above   Schedule  Subject to   Change  Without  Notice.  C. D. DUNNAN, Gen. Pass. Agt.,  10 Market .Street, San Francisco, Cai.  E. A. MURPHY, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska.  Sans.   Johnstone,   Prop=  I   Have   Re-opened  The  Royal 'Laumdrjf   On the .Waterfront.  .Men's Suits Cleaned and Repaired.  All Work Guaranteed.  Gootls Culled for and Delivered.  Cusli on Delivery.  Mrs.  M.   Fenn,    Proprietress.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  A Strictly  First-Class  Hotel.  Dining-Room in connection.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  ED*.- SANDS,   Proprietor.  The manufacturing' district of  Portland, Ore., was last Saturday  visited by a i'^o.ooo lire.  r"ipAKK Notice that, sixty days after date,  -*- I, on behalf of C. Wynn Johnson, intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of  bauds and Works for permission to purchase  the following described tract of land, containing eighty (80) acres, more or loss, situated iu the Cassiar District, Atlin Division:'  ConuiifMiciug at a post, on the Boundary Line  be!-.\.",:n the Yukon Territory and Uritish  Columbia, situated oii the west sido of  Windy Arm, thence running from this point  west 20 chains, thence southerly-10 chains,  thence east 20 chains, thenco north autl aloiig  the shore line to point of commencement.  C. Wvkn- .Ioiikhox,'  1'er 'J'. iticitAlitis,'  Agent.  Dated this Uth day of August  WO"., oil  nS.oe  Palmer,  The Reliable Shoemaker,  -     -     -     DISCOVKKY,   li. C.  Johnson   &   Durie,  Proprietors.  AtlinJ  For the New VVj  Bcei.l  The followiuj  who contribute]!  and vegetables j  liu district at l!|  bilion at Nc\  whicli were shiij  boat:  Coal, Allin-'I  ling Syndicate:.''  lion Id er   Moil  thorn; Gold &Jjj  diere  copper,  vis" Mine,    W-J  end   Atliu   Laj!  and T. Marsha!  Tom    Van glial  galena, Fred I-J|  Monro Ml., Mj)  and  Jones; Gil  lake, J. CamplI  White   M'oosca  Cross   aud   CJ  Taku, Jno. w]  Taku Arm, I'Vl  Jack,   Little   c*  holson;   Queei'J  Nevile  and   I-||  Jacket, Pine enf  Monarch    L,od  Lode,   Klin , IV  Engineer   Groi  holson   aud   'j\  Couley,. D.,Ro"!  Good ' Hope,   ,..  Pollay;   Table.  Taku  Arm,   O  Squirrel m. c.;  Fenn and Halt  Vegetables���i  gan;squash, pi  Stephenson;   tt  Andrew's Host^  Wheeling;   cai'  nips, Shirley B;:  Jno. Cii muring:}  W.    Dowling;;  carrots, Cv Doe  Before   shipr."'  ou   view   at B  * I  and it was the'.1  miration ai-.ci- C-j5  :   i'   il  -  New'J  Following i=4  have recentlya'vl  Sept.   3��� S.-j]  Gaddis, O. B. ,{i  J. S. Peters, J.'*/  Beatty,   F.  L. t|  son.    Sept.  6-*  kinson,   I-I. Mcj.  E. Harkins, W,'  M. Richardson'.*!   ij  An Indian gill  to one year i-'J  stealing a watc^J  woman while :��'!  Rubber Soots a Specialty.  rownlee.S McFarlane  Engineers and .Surveyors,  .T. H. UKOlVM-liU, P..L. S., U. L. S.,  1. W. MCJb'AEbANK G. E.  Discovery.  OPEN  DAY AND NIGHT.  I'I RST-CEASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION.  Heatltiuurters for Dixon's stage.  A'hnuiilly, to fill thtiJ  Icuili-uiul and TulctrHi  Young Men and in  LEARN''Ti  AND   R. R. AC  _ Wo furnish 75 perWk  Statitm Agents in Ai||  !t,''0r,.V'9 J"'-��cst ex'fM  IN HIE WORLD. Jisti^i  ���lorsod I,y nn leatJi-f'Al  Wo execute ti ��2Sui  fiiriusli liini orhortl.  to ytiO a  month  in.'iS  Alountains, or from '��|  btatcs wust of tho .'"  (/rcitlunlioii.  ���   Studonts can  onttlil  tions.   For lull partst  our Sstilmols ��� write  olhce at Giiiciuiinti,  The Morse Scbl  Ciiicinnali, Ohio.  Alltintn, Ca.  Tcxarkana,, Tex.  ' it  ATLIN,   B.  C,   SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER   g,    r 905  [libit  Ister Fair lias  bd.  list of Ihose  fcs of minerals  lesent the At-  Iniuion cxlii-  jiniuster, and  |i  Thursday's  K'C':il Prospec-  by C.ipt. I-Ia-  [VoassjLaver-  lirc Bros.] Be-  slou;    South  per, (J. Nissen  (th July creek,  vMile   Point  Imperial Mine,  foore,, Stokes  roup, Tooche  fDr. Runualls;  rouiigi  A. S.  I)fliii; Vulcan,  ���Santu Group,  (son;   Cracker  j:reek, I-I. Nic-  Jlolte,   W.   A.  ilson;  Yellow  !m McCawley;  Mt.; Mother  I A. Robinson;  iku Arm, Nic-  lEugene, O. F.  |id D. Duulap;  pa creek, .Geo.  Intain    Group,  .and Harkins;  Otter, lake,  ige, J. T.' Re-  carrots, Rev.  ["and beets, St.  potatoes, N. C.  Igbeets aud tur-  iiwede turnips,  low turnips, F.  |ts, '. W.  Owen;  [lie exhibit was  & Lumsden's  of much ad-'  , _-:mment.  "*���"""���*''-- ������ ��� ���"���-   -���  TTT  ATLIN   TRADING   COMPANY,' Ltd.9" atun and >BiseDveRY.  Our-Stores in   both   Towns are  now fully stocked  with   full  lines in   Groceries   and  Dry  Goods.  T. Co., Ltd.  A. S. CROSS, President.'  J'ART   J V.,  "WA'J'lill CI.AUSISS COXS0L1H.VT1OX ACT,  JSU7."  Irals.  It' of those who  (per the Scotia:  lieelock, C. B.  F. H. Chase,  filliams, A. C.  is, F. N. Jolm-  [Fox, H. Wil-  Sux, P. Roeco,  ladham  aud F.  been sentenced  lit Skagway for  fm   au   Indian  :nt gathering.  iiGRAPHERS  positions created by  Vuiinanies". Wcwiint  |s of good habit",-, to  J3GRAPHY  |JNTINGS!227  |x the Operators and  Our~six, schools  1.Telegraph Schools  _t"d 20 years and eu-  [Mvny OHicinls.  f to every student to  ttion paying from friO  us east of the Rock3'  ito $100 n  mouth  iu  lies, immediately upon  J any time. j"o vnea-  jirs regarding any of  let. to our executive  lOntulogue f roe-  of Telegraphy.  Buffalo, N. Y.  lo Crosse, Wis.  San Francisco, Cai.  ^flllCltlCAS "Tlii! I(ri(i,-h Ai-ioriuiiu ttrcilg-  iug Company, Limited," u ooinpauy incorporated under t ho "'(Joinpnnius Act, 18117,"  and which hail cuuipllud u'ilh'tliij prc.i'Uioiis  of the "I'owur Cuuipauii**:' lielief Act, lli.U,"  ami was in tin.- snnii> |>i>sJl iun ii*, i/ it limS boon  specially incorporated us roiiuired hy Part  I\T. of (he "Water (Jlauses-Cuusoiidutitui Act,  IS!)7," was granted a curt ilicnte.lKted tlio 2lJI.li  tlay olMuni", l!M);i, approving thu pritptrsfil  undertaking ol' I hu Company and which was  <hf"rein situlod as/olJwws: ���  "The actiuisitiou hy pin-chase or under  powers conferred hy tliu" Water Ciaii".es Consolidation Act, J8SI7,' of two acres, more -or,  less, oT ground "situated ��n< ho south side of  Pino Creek ut. tho fool, at'Pino Creole Kails,  iu tho Atlin Lake Mining Division of the Cassiar District, which' forms part of the mining  ground leased to tho' Pino Creek Power  Company, Limited, for tlie 'purpose of hy-  ilruulic workings. This piecu of Und is intended to he iict-uircd us u sito Tor the oi-eu-  tiou thci-oon of a powei'-hoiisjeaiitl the necessary buildings iu connection therewith for  tho generation autl distribution by electrical  methods, for the operation of a bucket  dredge capable of treating three thousand  cubic yards daily, for lighting and any other  purposes for which such power may be used  under the prova>ious. of Part IV. of. the  'Water Clauses Consolidation Act. 1S97.' ''The  generality of any words in this clause aro  notlo bo limited by any words in the same  clause or any other part of this eci-tilicate.  "For tho purpose of the proposed works  the Company has acquired from II. W. E.  Cu.iuvYi-.il a record bearing date the Ith day  of April, 1930, erf cone thousand inches of  water, to be diverted from Pine C:-cek above ���  Pine Creek Pulls, and which is to be returned to the stream at the Falls."  And in such certificate it was stated that  the Company proposed to begin their undertaking hy acquiring title to the said site in  manner aforesaid, and by commencing tho  erection thereon of.the said power-house;:  and thut the amount ��f the capital which  would be duly subscribed before the Company commenced the construction of its undertaking and works, or exercised any of  the powers of-the "Water Clauses Consolidation Act, 1807,," Part I\y in that behalf was  thereby iixed at the sum of $25,000, being tho  whole ef the capital stock of the Company,  cud that the ddll'ereiice between the said 411m  and the amount required to complete the  undertaking autl works .should be raised by  tho issue and sale of debentures of tho Company, such dill'erenoe being estimated at the  sum of $35,000; and finally, that the time  withiin which the said undertaking aud  works were to be commenced was iixed at i  sixty- days from i he "date thereof, and the1  time within which all the proposed under-.  taking should be iu operation was iixed at  six months from the date thereof-; i  And whereas the Company siibseiiueutls' |  found it inadvisable, by reason .of the factj  that iu the judgment, of hydraulic export,  engineers the location was not .a suitable  one lor the erection of a power-house, to ae-  (liiirothe sito'foi- its power-house referred  to in and contemplated by.the aforesaid cor-,  tificatc, aud 011" advice thut such wus within  its .power determined to und did erect, tho  power-house on ground occupied by it under  lease for mining purposes, and known as tho  "Flora Hydraulic IJeneh Lease," mid situate  ou the north side of Pino Crook and at tho  foot of Pino Creek 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 ullow.ed subject to survey, and suit!  power-house mud other the works authorised by the aforesaid certificate ure now.in  operation and have been since a date prior  to the 1 late fixed tor completion by such  ccrlillciilc^  And K-hereak- the Company has applied to  llio;l.ieiJlcuaut-(��oi"ornor in Council for an  amendment of its certilicate so as to show  tho correct situation of its- power-house, and  ��1 to Ihe district, within which the operations  of the Company urb to be exercised, uud also  enlarging its powers, and hus Hied witli the  Cleric of the Executire Council- the documents rouuired by section S5 of the said Act,  and a pluu of 1 ho said locality;  This J8 roTcKUtinv thut the undertaking  of the Coni'sany a* .submitted has been tip-  prbveti'aud that the same is as follows:���  la] The acquisition dy purchase of 20 acres,  wore or less, of laud described as commencing at, o post marked "Ii. A. IX Co.'s south -  west corner," al����ut500 foot north-easterly  from the. south-west corner of tho "Flora.  Hydraulic llencli f.ease,"ou the north side of  Pine Creek,in tlie Atlin fjiike Alining Division, Cassiar District; thence cast 20 chains;  thence north "JOcbains; thence west20 chains:  jmd thonce south 30 chains to the point of  commencement, and which land is now-aceu-  .piotl by the Company, aud. upon part of  which, as showu by a plan liled with the  Clerk of tho Inventive Council, the Company  has erected a j wwer-bouse, with  plant con  sisting of two large HI ill well llioroo Turbine  wheels and two Westinghouso typo urdyiui-  inos-, with transformers- mining to 22,UU0  volts:  [b| The acquisition, in addition to a record  1N11. !ia already held by the Company for 1.1100  inches of water, which is diverted fi-tim Pine  Creek above Pine Creole It'alls,and is returned to (hu ".(renin below the Kails, or .1,011(1 atl-  ilJIiouul miiiei-'.s inches- of water to lie taken  fruiij Pine Crock at, a point about. HOI) feet  below ivliui, is known as- the Old Junction  Uritlge ucross the said Crook, anil to be diverted and conducted to the works of tho  Cuinpaii.v by ditch, iliime ami pipe, niul relumed to Pine Creek at a point, about, ouu-  haJf niiilo below Pino Creek Kails, and tor 11  record ol" which the Company has mado application:  [cj Tho const ruction at or near tho point of  direrhinu of the aforesaid 5,000 inches of  water of u reservoir lor the purpuso of' settling the water before its entry into the  raceway, and the enlargement of the Company's ditch aud Hume line:  Jd] The enlargement forthwith of the cu-  pucity of tho power-house of the Company  to utilise tho wiiter-power from Pine Creek  and conrert the same by means of water-  wheels anil generators into electricity, and  such further enlargement from time to time  of the said ptiwcr-hoiiso or of the plant  thereof as maybe deemed necessary to increase the facilities of the Company iu furnishing electrical power:  [e] Tho operation of the Company's under-'  taking and works for the .generation and  distribution of powei" Jiy electrical methods  for mining, lightaugand any other purposes  whatsoever fur which such power may bo  used under the provisions of Part IV-'of the  "Water Clauses Consolidation Act, 1S97,"  within the district described .as follows,:���  iiegiuning at the intersection of Pearl  Street with the shore line of Atliu Lake, in  the Atliii Lake -Mining Division of Cassiar  District/ Province of Uratish Columbia;  thence northward silong the .shores of the  said Atliii Lake for a distance of &A miles,' or  thereabouts; thence ou a straight Hue east  24 miles, more or less, crossing en route Surprise Luke; thence southward..!! distance of  23 miles, more or less, crossing Dixie Valley  and the tributaries thereof; thence westward 20 miles, more or less, to the eastern  shore of tbe said AtJin Lake; thence northward along the said lake to Pearl Street, in  Atlin. the place*! beginning;  And this is further to certify that the Com-  pany propoio to commence the works mentioned in puiMigfaphs xiiij-ucotMMiu [cl and [d]  forthwitli, mid to complete the same twelve  months fivjm the date hereof,.-it an estimated  co>�� .of twenty-five thousand dollars, which  turn cltnll be raised by the issue and sale of  debentures of the Company before tho said  ivories are uuderta-lteii.  Dated this 27th day of July. 19D."i.  CHARLES WILSON,  a2G-i . Cleric Executive Council.  The Atlin Market Co.,' Ltd.  also  FRESH   DRESSED   MEATS,  ru��ivijim,m^jis  POULTRY  OF ALL  KINDS,  Dressed fo Order.  itum.-nm;  C.   DOELKER     Manager.  %-  ��� 4U  ��L*<5  fCffl  ���0-  GRAND OLD HIGHLAND, Black Label.  SPECIAL RESERVE, White Label.  OLD VATTED GLENLIVET Yellow' Label.  j C. H. Nissen,  DISCOVERY,   E.  Prop.  nous:  c.  Fi B. Wrons(,  Mgr.  Restaurant iii  New and Cupi  Connection  ''-" -~.._   ^..~-  iblc  ie M far ^ast with the title of imperial  ritenant,  S^tfBfi Newcastle  !        ��� CAPITAL..PAID    UP  Reskrve,- $3,500,000  Branches of the Bank at Jeattie,  Pa.,   report   states  t .two, passenger trains .collided  $io,bo6> Junction*'     " ~:'A'  San Franeiseo,  Portland,  ��� r-     a. ��� . n ����'��.- Skagway, etc  Excfoastg;�� sold on aSB Posssts.  Gold Dust Purchased-  -Assay Office in Connection.  D. ROSS, Manager.  ICEMRJft  The Hope, Cariboo, Utah Fraction,  ATLINTA FRACTION, GOLDEN IfLEECE,  CHIKK FKACTION, and TOliONTO JIIN-  - EJiAL CLAIMS.  Locateu  East .Siiik Taku Ahm oi' Tagish  -LAKIi, NINE MILES AIIOVE GoLDIiN GATE,  Atlin   Mining   Division    of   Cabsiau  . Distiiict.-.  npAKU NOTICE that the Engineer Mining  Company, Special free Miner's C'ertili-  eate No. S72J. iutentl 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.  And further take notice that action, under  ��� Section No. 37, must bo commenced before the  issuaiico of  such   Certificates of   Improvements.  Dated this lsttlay of August, l!)0.r>.  THE ENUINEiiKS MINING Co.,  oil  ,        ..        .       ,     A. P. Mb ad, Pros.  She Ruth, Red Star, Long Island,  GOLD.ST1MNGEK, NORMAN and  KAM-  -.'      MA MINERAL CLAT.MS.  Located on the East Side of Taku Ami of  Taoism Lake,  Nine  Mii.es   South   oi*  Golden Gate, Atlin Mining Division  pir Cassiah Disthiot.  a~1AKE Notice that the Engineer MiuiiiK  - Company, Ltd., Special' liYco Miner's  CertlJicuto No. 5721, intend sixty days from  the dato hereof, to apply to the Mining Ko-  cortlcr 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. 87,  must bo commenced before  the issuanco of such Certificates of Improvements. ���'-:-��������� '  Dated this 21st day of August, 1905.  THE ENGINEER MINING Co., Ltd.,  o2S A. P. Mead, Pros.  NOTICE.  NOTICE  Is hereby given that the owners  of the "Mon-Uuion" lease on Uoulder Creek  will not be responsible foruny debts contracted by the lay men, for labor or supplies.  A.S.CROSS,  Atlin, June 20th, 1905.        Managing Owner,  jl-l-lm  SPECIALISTS   IN  VANCOUVER, B. C.  HYDRAULIC  RIFFLE  HOISTS.  GIANTS,  BARS,  MINING  STEEL  CAGES  A.   C.  HIRSCHFELD,  A^ent for Atlin  MADE  District  WATER   GATES,  RIYETTED    PIPE,  and     ORE    CARS.  TO   SPECIAL   DESIGN,  -Py-TOTICE Is hereby  -J���^ tion will be made 1  given that applica-  to the Parliament of  Canada at its next session for un act to incorporate a company with authority to construct, equip, maintain and operate a railway of standard or narrow ^imge from a  point at or near Selkirk on the Vukon River  in tho Ytikoii Territory, so"uth westerly by  the most feasible route towards Aish-ihik  Lake, south westerly through 'McKinley  Pass to the junction of the Dezadeash mid  Kuskawalsh River--, thence uloii-; tho valley  of the Alsck River by the most feasible route  to a point between the i'X�� and J��8��-of  Longitude on the international boundary  lino.  Also from tho aforesaid Selkirk by tho  most feasible route along the valley of the  Lewes River to a point on tho HlgSalinon  River, thunco across the liig Salmon River to  and along tin; valley of tho itootnlimitia  River to Lake Teslin, along Teslin Lake and  from thence by the most feasible route iu a  southerly and easterly direction across the  Stikcen River, in a south westerly direction  along the Naasvalley nnd Ifitsunignlluin  valley through the Kitinint vulley to Kitiisiat  Arm in llritisli Columbia and to coinmeuco  construction at any point thereon; with  power to construct, maintain anil operate ;  branch lines and all necessary bridges, ferries, warehouses aud wharves; to construct,  own and operate telegraph and telephone  lilies in connection with tlio said railway and  branches; to construct, purchase or otherwise acquire, charter, obtain control of,  navigato autl keep in repair steamers and  other vessels to ply between j,oi-ts in .Canada  and between ports in 'Canada niul ports outside of Canada, carry autl convey passengers  and freight und  carry'uu a general trans  portation service iu eonncctioii-with the saii  railway, and to sell and dispose of such vos-  S"ls: to actiuirc 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 purpose!  in and may operate the saitl railway by any  kind of motive power; to expropriate or  otherwise uctiuirc foreshore rights and  lauds for right of way, .station grounds- autl  other necessities; to art* 11 In*, take autl receive lands or uny 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 suitl railway rjr works; to levy  and collect tolls from all parties using and  on all freight paising in or -over the said  railway or the bridges, vessels, or lands of  the company: to make trnfiiu -null other arrangements with other railway companies  or persons ami for all other usual and necessary powers unci privileges; to carry qu the  business of u general trading company and  of au express company, to own, manage and  lease hotels, tuid to own, mine autl explore  and ilcvclopc minora! lands nnd to carry on  a general mining business and any business  incidental to the purposes aforesaid.  Bated August 17th, 11)05.  y C.W.C. TABOR,  o2S Solicitor for Applicants.  ktlkto lote  ���ge,  A. F. & A.M.  . Regular communications held ou the first  Thursday of each month  111 the A. O.'U. W. Hull,  lliird .Street.  Vis'itint,' brethren cordially invited  / ATLIN,   B.   CM -SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER  Tllfi ATLIN CLAIM ts puiu.ishcd cvrnv oaturom  MonNlNC,    miileii   rncc  to  anv   pAnr or the  ''     WOI'.LQ Von   CO     CCHTG     PER   MONTH ;     t.O.OO    PER  Ycnn.    AovcnTioiNo nnTcr,: ti.oo pen inch each  tNsr.nTloN; reading noticeg. 20 cents a line.  SPECIAL   HATES    ON    APPLICATION.  -��������-  JOB PRINTING :  BILL'HEAOS, POSTEI1S, VISITING   CARDS  LETTEP.-HEAD5,   * PROCnAMMES,       ETC.,  ETC.  ORDERS    PROMPTLY    EXECUTED.  PRICES    MODERATE.  The Atcik Claim Puiir.tsniNO Co.  W.    PotiLMin.     CiKANT,      ISuiTOll-JlANACiKH.  News comes caoli week of new  quartz discoveries. As seen in another column, the one this week is  on Windy Arm, opposite Conrad  City.  Our opinion on the quartz of the  district, as expressed from time to  time, is being abundantly verified.  The whole country is an immense  mineral deposit, and the.sooner this  is understood the sooner the camp  will develop.  In other portions of America the  showings on Windy Arm would  cause an inflow of population of  many thousands���while ours only  .brings a few hundreds.  We feel assured that as soon ,as  the conditions are really understood,  -and the values we have really  known, there will be a tremendous  growth of people and mining activities will be on the boom. To  our citizens we would say be wise  aud get in early aud avoid the rush.  Opportunities are not plentiful and,  after staying for the country, to develop, do not be too late and let the  chance slip by you.  Paul Morton, president of the  Equitable Life Assurance Society of  New York, says that Senator  Chauncey M. Depew has made an  explanation ofhis connection with  the Equitable that, is entirely satisfactory.  Morton certainly ought to know  a good explanation when he sees it.  He has' had to make a few during  the past few mouths in connection  with his own share ot the Equitable  scandal.  '���   "-Sports and Smoker  Under Auspices of Atlin Club Were  of the Best.  The sports held on Saturday last  under, the auspices of the Allin Club  were well attended and went off  without a hitch.  ' The lug-of-war between the Scotia team and the professional men  was certainly amusing and if the  pained expression ��� on some of the  faces had only remained the owners  thcieof could certainly have made ,a  nice fortune in a freak museum.  The sailormen won in two straight  heats amid much applause.  Walking the greasy pole, whicli  projected over the water from the  end of the dock, created considerable amusement. .There were six  candidates for honors who sported  their athletic frames in various styles  of bathing attire and after various  trials the flag was won by Mr. Cain  of ��� the Scotia crew, the-rest of'the  bunch being satisfied with an  annual.  The target shooting at about 400^  yards was also rather funny���out of  135 shots by 27 game killers only  7 found the target. Mr. Pollard  Grant captured the cup presented  by Mr. Jules Eggert with four hits  and a score of 14 out of a possible  25. Mr. Jas. Lipscombe was second  with a bull's eye, 5, and Mr. T.  Sweet third with a magpie, 3. The  game of the district need not in  future feel at all nervous.  The boat race was won by the  Scotia's team, with Gus Brunich's  fishing crew second.  Owing lo the late hour other  races, &c, were adjourned.  The smoker in the evening was  well attended and   , I 0 0 ,�� ������"1'1 .)  The Hospital Concert  Was   Well   Attended  and  a Good  Sum Was Realized.  The concert given in aid of the  St. Andrew's Hospital ou Tuesday  night was a success in every way.  From a financial 'standpoint the  sum of $128 was added to the hospital treasury, aud from an entertainment point of view the concert  was one of the best ever held in  Allin. The club house was well  filled when the first number on the  programme was given, and throughout the whole evening the interest  never lagged and many encores  were responded to.  It would be a presumption to say  that one number was better than  another and we must rest content  to say they were all good.  Much credit is due Mr. W. W.  Grime and the committee who had  the. affair, in charge,  MFIAKE Notice that, sixty days after date,  -L T, en behalf of the British Yukon Navigation Company. Limited Liability, intend  to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to purchase for  terminal and industrial purposes, on. behalf  of said company, tho followiu-r described  tract of laud, containing*- one hundred and  sixty (IsiUJ acres, more or less, situated iu the  Cassiar District, Atlin Division: Commencing at n. post sit uulcd in the south west corner of Windy Arm, thence running from this  post south 80 chains, thence vest 20 chains,  thence north SO chains, thence east 20 chains  to place of commencement.  Ilriti5.l1 Yukon Navigation Co., Ltd.,  Per P. I'. SciiATisciiMinr, Supt.,  Agent.  Dated this 11th day of August, liTO.      -      o21  Why send out when you can <.bt aooiis as cheat iieiie.  Atlin, Nugget and Grape Rings nnd all kinds of Jewelry nuu...  facturetl on the premises.  Fine New Stock or Watches,'Clocks, Jewelry and t;Diamonds  Watches from $5.00 up. '       Airents for ColumhiaGraniophoiies. -  Silverware, Cut Glass, Hand Painted China, Souvenir Spoons.  The manufacturing' district of  Portland, Ore., was last Saturday  visited by a ;>25o,ooo lire.  rTlAKK Notice that, sixty days after date,  -��- I, on behalf of IT. \V. 13. Canavaii, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands unci Works for permission to purchase  the following described tract of land, containing eighty acres (80) more or less, situated in the Cassiar District, Atlin" Division:  Commencing: nt a liost situated in the south  cud of Windy Ann, thence runniiif"- from this  post south -10 chains, thence east.20 chains,  thonce north 10 chains, tlicucc west, and  along the shore line to point of commencement.  II. W. Ii. Canavan,  Per       P. V. SCHAKSI'IIMMIT,  Agent.  Dated this 11th tiny of August, 190.1. o21  nrUKU Notice that, sixty days after date,  -?- I intend to apply to the Chief Cominis-  bioner of Lauds nnd Works fur permission to  purchase the following described tract of  land, containing eighty (80) acres, more or  less, situated in the Cassiar District, Atlin  Division: Commencing at the north west  boundary of II. \V. H. Caiiaviui's location,  thence running from this point south 10  chains, thence west 20 chains, thence north  IU chains, thouce cast 20 chains to point of  commencement.  P.  F. SCIIAHHCIIMIDT.  Dated this llth day of August, JOOii.' o2l  MP1AKU Notice that, sixty days after date,  -"- I, on behalf of C.Wj-iin Johnson, intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase  the following described tract of land, containing eighty (80) acres, more or less, situated in the Cassiar District, Atliii Division:  Commencing at a post on the Boundary Line  bciw-'.-Mi the Yukon Territory and Uritish  Columbia, situated on tho west sitlo of  Windy Arm, thence running from this point  west 20 chains, thence southerly 10 chains,  thence east. 20 chains, thence north ant! along  the shore line to point of commencement.  C. Wynn' Johnson,  Per T. IhciiAiius,  Agent.  Dated this llth day of August lilOii. o2i  s  Safety  Deposit Vaults.  ATLIN  AND  DISCOVHRY,  Watchmakers and Manufacturing Jcwelrs.  They   are   Waiting   for   You!    '^^^^pg&IriLS  in ^a 4feirshSBhJ.*5   ��� Nsfs antf $B��y @����ds,  wmwwwiw  Carpets and House Fursiisfcings.   ,  FULL   i;iNE    OI?   BOOTS    and    SI-IOlvS,  also    GOLD   SKAT,   HIP   CUM    BOOTS.  io  - Atlin and  P09   BJiscovery, B. C.  Successors"to J. H. Richardson.  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  S. S. PRINCESS BEATRICE,   -    Suptmmbbr 4.  16, and  28.  S. S.-PRINCESS MAY, -       'Sept. ii, 22, and Oct. 4.  ' Sailing from Skagway 8 p.m.  Direct  to Vancouver and Victoria.  Transporting by rail or steamer to Seattle without extra charge.  We give quick service.     No intermediate calls. TT      TV    T^-i-ntl  For rates or information apply .to     J-JL.    J->.    J_^ U.11J.J.,  ' .    .    -    Agent, Skagway.  THE WHITE PASS & YUKON ROUTE.  Throup-h  Line  from  Skaguay  to  Atlin,   White  Horse,  Big  Salmon,  Dawson and all intermediate points.,  Finelv atmointed trains daily, except Sunday,  between Skaguay-Caribou  and Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and Express-  TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FIRST   CLASS   TRAINS!  No. 1.���North Hound. | No.2���South Hound.  9.S0 a.m. Lv..     SKAGUAY     Ar. 4.30p.m.  2 10 p.m. Lv.       CARIHOU      Lv. 11.50 a.m.  ���i 80 p.m. Ar. WHITE HOKSti Lv. 9.30 a.m.  TIME   SCHEDULE   LAKE   STEAMBOATS:  Leave CARIBOU 5 p. m. Tuesday.,      Arrive AUL1N 9 a. ra. Wednesdays.  ��* ** ;> ij m   ITriduySi ** n* *"* oxixtu 11115 h.  -       Leave ATLIN 5 p.'n./Mondays, Arrive CARJHOU 7 a..... �������������>������>���  �� "       g p. m. Thursdays, ( u. m. JJiiunjs.  150 pounds of biiKfrnso will be checked free with each full tare ticket and 75 pounds  with ^^[l^^ittUe at depots in time to have Ila^aRe inspected and checked.  Time Schedules are subject to change without notice.  EG?~     Baggage   Bonded   Through.  v       For ii'iforiimlioii   relative to  Passenger,  Freight, Express and  Telegraph Rates,  apply to any agent of tlie Company or to  M J B W1HTK, G.JF&P.A.,   ���       J. LIPSCOMBE,        R.D.PINNEO. Asst G. V.& P. A.,  Vancouver, 11. C.    ��� Agent, Atlin. Skaguay  Alaska.  Speed  Safety  Comfort  s  THE    1'IONKElt    ATiASKA.    Z.INB.  Steamers of Company leave SKAGWAY for  Seattle, Puget Sound, San Francisco  and Southern   Ports  OABBYING    U.   S.   MAII*.  City of Seattle,     Sept. 8. 18, 28  Via Vancouver.  Humboldt,  Direct.  Sept. I, 13, 23  Cottage City,    -    Sept.  12,  25  Yia Victoria and Sitka.  ��Q?-   Above  Schedule   Subject to  Change  Without  Notice.  C. D. DUN NAN, Gen. Pass. Agt.,  10 Market Street, Sim Francisco, Cai.  E. A. MURPHY, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska.  I   Have   Re-opened  The  Royal  Laundry-   On the Waterfront,  Men's Suits Cleaned autl Repaired.  All Work Guaranteed.  Goods Called for autl Delivered.  Cush tm Delivery.  MI'S.   M.   FeiW,   Proprietress.  Atlinl  THIS HOTEL IS STOCKED WITH  THE   BEST   OF   GOODS  Sana. ' Johnstone, ��� Prop.  ���."aloe '.Palmer,  The Reliable Shoemaker,  ���    '-'..   -     DISCOVKKY,   H. C.  Rubber Soots a Specialty.  rpwfllee:.&. McFarlane  Engineers and Surveyors.  ,T. H. HUOWNLISU, P. L. S., D. L. S.,  .   i. W. MCFARLANE C. E.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  A Strictly First-Class  Hotel.  Diniiig-Room in connection.  Choicest Wines, Liquors and Cigars  For the New Vj  Beei  The followinj  who contribute!  and vegetables]  lin district at l3  bition at Nej  which wereshi  boat:  Coal, Atliu-J  ting Syndicate!  Boulder   Mol  thorn; Gold'HfcJ  diere  copper,  vis   Mine,'    \\1  end   Atlin   I,a|  and T. Marsh*  Tom    Vaiighal  galena, l'Ycd ]|  Monro Ml., MJ  and  Jones;  Cl  lake, J. Campl|  White   Moose  Cross   and   Cl  Taku, Jno. WI  Taku Arm, Frj  Jack,   Little  ��l  holson;   Queer!  Nevile  and   I-I  Jacket, Pine crj  Monarch   LooJ  Lode,   Klin   Al  Engineer  Groij  holson   and   iy  Conley,   Dl Ro|  Good   Hope,  Pollay;   Table.]  Taku   Arm,  Squirrel m. c. ;J  Fenn and Hall]  ��� Vegetables-  gan; squash, pi  Stephenson; tj  Andrew's Hosil  Wheeling; cai  nips, Shirley Bl  Jno. Cnmming|  W. Dowling;  carrots, Cv Doej  Before  shipL|  on   view   at  and it was thel  miration ai  I'ollowiug ia  have recentlj'aj  Sept.   3���S.  Gaddis,  O. B.  J. S. Peters, Jl  Bealtyj   F. .L.j  son.    Sept. 6t  kinson,   H. Mcj  E. Harkins, Wi  M. Richardsons  EDV-SAIMDS,   Proprietor.  Johnson   &,   Durie, Proprietors.  Discovery.  Ol'KN T)AY AND NIGHT.  I-IRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  '    IN  CONNECTION.  Headyuai'ters for Dixon's stage.  An Indian gi|  to- one  year  stealing a watel  woman while -(J  A'iiiiiinlly, to fill thU  Kullroad autl Tclc^f  Young Men autl  ' LEARN'  AND   R. R. A<  Wo furnish 35 per,_  Station Agents in AC  tiro tlio.laracst c-xtT  IN THE WORLO. listf  dorscd by'all leadill  Wo exeeuto a .S251IJ  furnish liim or her j  to ��00 u month inl  Mountains, or froml  States west of tlie '  c/ratlunlion.  Students can ontl  tions. I'Vjr full parll  our Schools writo 6  oilice at Cincinnati,]  The'Morse Set  Cincinnati, Ohio.  Atlanta, On.  Texarkana,, Tex.    ��� it  ATLIN,   B.  C,   SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER   9, ., ex  hibit  Ister Fair has  ha':  [list of those  res of minerals  lesent the At-  Iniuion exlii-  linii.sler, and  li Thursday's  boal Prospec-  |by Capt. Harass; Laver-  lirc Bros.; liit-  Istoii;    South  ler, C Nissen  |th July creek,  Mile   Point  liipcrial Mine,  loore,   Stokes  roup, Tooclie  )r. Runnalls;  foiing,  A. S.  iiflin; Vulcan,  ISautu Group,  ���sou;   Cracker  [reek, I-I. Nic-  flolte,   W.   A,  iolson;   Yellow  j m McCawley;  Mt.; Mother  A. Robinson;  Iiku Arm, Nic-  |Eugene, O. F.  lid  D. Dunlap;  p creek, Geo,  Lutaiu    Group,  and Harkius;  Otter   lake,  Ige, J. -T. Re-  carrots, Rev.  Mind beets, St.  potatoes, N. C.  Deets and tur-  jSwede turnips,  low turnips, F.  ts, . W.  Owen;  je exhibit was  &. Lumsden's  of much ad-  /^iiiment.  ATLIN   TRADING ' COMPANY, Ltd.. atubs and DBSGDvem.  , ou ,>e��j-t,-ir<it tin:. TTTrjcnosaorM a.irwMwn ��r*a n*T"n r*i-r*rnr -r~ inn n nn T"!       *  Our Stores  in   both   Towns  are  now fully stocked   with full   , ���  lines in   Groceries   and   Dry  Goods.  A. T. Co., Ltd.  A. S. CROSS, President.  /als.  It' of those who  ber the Scolia:  lieelock,   C. B.  F. H. Chase,  filliams, A. C.  is, F. N. John-  Fox, I-I. Wil-  |nx,  P.   Roeco,  idham  and F.  I been sentenced  jt Skagwaj' for  ��'ru   au   Indian  :nt gathering.  ?GRAPHERS  positions created by  jimpuuies. Wo want  |s of good liiibits, to  iGRAPHY  iJNTING^Sgg?  the Operators and  Ja. Our six, schools  Telegraph Schools  Jed 20 years and en-  [lAvnj'.OUiclnls.  fto every student, to  tion puyingfrom S'-JO  !<s east, of the Itocky  Ito SK10 a month in  Jics, iiiuiietliotely upon  tony time.   A'o vaea-  }irs regarding any of  it to  our executive  Gutulogue free.  i of Telegraphy.  Buffalo, N. V.  LoCrosse, Wis.  San Francisco, Cai.  PART   JV.,  "WA'J'UllCI-AUSliS CONSOLIDATION ACT.  18(17."  WniClfclvAS "5'be HiitMi American Wringing Company, Limited," a company in-  coi-piii-atcd umlei- the "Coinpanics Act, IS117,"  und whicli hail complied with thu provisions  of the "I'liwor Companies:' Iteilef Ael, 1!02."  and was-in (hi; winie po-Jtiuu as if it, bntl been  specially incorporated as rettiiired by I'art,  IV. of tins "Water Uluuses Consolidation Act,  IS!l7," was gi-uulud a curl i Ilea to tin tutl tho'JUth  tiny of .liini", lllll'l, iippruviu-; I In: prnpnst-d  uiiilorluiciugof the Company ami which was  therein Muled as ftillnwt.-.:���  '"The nt'tiuisilion by purclutse or under  powers conferred l��y tliii" Wat or Clauses Consolidation Ael, J8U7,' of two acres, more or  less, of ground situated on 4 lie sunt li side of  IMno Creek at. the fool. ��r i'iuu Creole Kails,  in the Atliii Lake Mining Division of thu Cassiar District, which farms purl of the mining  ground leased, lo (Ue I'ino Creek Power  Coiupiiuy, l.iinilcd, for tJic 'purpose of hydraulic workings. This piece of luud is intended to lie aciniired as a site for the erection thereon of a power-hoiiieantl the necessary buildings in connection therewith for  tlio generation am* distribution by electrical  methods, for the operation of a bucket  dredge capable of treating three thousand  cubic yards daily, feu- lighting and any other  purposes for wliich such power may be used  ���Hitler the provisions of Part XV. of the  ' Water Clauses Consolidation Act, 1S97.' The  genea-ality of any words iu this clause arc  not to be limited by any words iu the same  clause or any other part of this certificate.  "For tho purpose of the proposed works  the Company has acquired from II. W. IS.  Canavan a record bearing date the Ith day  of April, J.9D0, o-f one thousand inches of  water, to bs diverted from Pine Creek above  Pino Creek Falls, and which is to be returned to the stream at the Fulls."  . And iu sueh certificate it was stated that  the Company proposed to lie-in their undertaking by acquiring title to the said site in  munne-r aforesaid, und by commencing the  erection thereon of.the said power-house;,  and thut tho amount of the capital which  would be duly subscribed before the Coni-  pany eommf need the construction of its undertaking and works, or exercised any of  the powers of-the "Water Clauses Consolidation Act, 1897," Part IV., in that behalf was  thereby fixed at the sum of S2o,000, being the  whole cif the capital stock of tho Company,  and that the dJH'ereucc between the said sum  and the amount required to complete the  undertaking and works should be raised by  the issue unci sale of debentures of the Com-  puny, such dill'erenco being estimated at the  sum -of $.7.1,000; and finally, that the time  ������atlnn which the saitl undertaking-- aud  works were to be commenced was fixed at i  sixty days from the date thereof, and the  tiine within which all the proposed undertaking should be iu operation was fixed .at  six mouths from the date thereof;       -  -  And whereas the Company subsequently  found it inadvisable, by reasou .of the fact  that iu tho judgment of hydraulic expert  engineers the location was not a suitable5  one for the erection of a power-house, to ac  quire the site for.its power-hoiu-e referred i  to in and contemplated by.the aforesaid certificate, uud ou advice tlmt such was within  its. jxower determined to und'did erect, the  power-house ou ground occupied hy it under  lease for miniii;j purposes, autl known us the  "Flora Hydraulic licnch Lease," ami situate  ou the north sitle of Pane Creek and ut the  foot of Pine Creek Falls, aud 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 s--aitl power-house, which application has  been allowed subject to purvey, and said  power-house -and other the works authorised by ihe aforesaid certificate are now in  operation and huve becu since u date prior  to'the date iixed for completion by such  ccrtilicjitci  And srhcreat- the Company has applied to  tho f.ieHteuaut-Goi'ornoi* in Council for an  amendment of its certificate so us to show  the correct situation of its power-house, ami  also thu district within which tlie operations  of the Company ure lo be exercised, and also  enlarging its iiowersi and bus IHed with the  Cleric of the Executive Council- the documents retiiiired by section 85 of the said Act,  "and a plan of tho said locality;  This is to 'okkiiby that the undertaking  of the Coni|iany a* submitted has been approved aud that the same is as follows:���  la] The acquisition by purchase of 20 acres,  more or less, of laud described as commencing at a post marked "H. A. IX Co.'s southwest corner,'" nlx>ut 500 feet north-easterly  from the. south-west, corner of tho '"Flora  Hydraulic ileucli Lease,"ou the north side of  Pine Creeli,!!! the Atlin I>aki* .Mining Division, Cassiar District; thcuce east 20 chains;  thence north 30chains; thctico west20 chuins;  juid thence south 30 chains to the point of  commencement, and which land is uow-occu-  piod by the Company, and. upon lmrt.of  which, as shown by a plan liled with the  Clorkof the 1.x ?eutiveCouncil, the Company  bus erected ii j jjwer-house, wilh plant  con  sisting of two Iiirut! !jt ill well liiurue Tiii-bino  whoclsaud two Wi'stiiighou.so tyini olilyna-  iiios', with traiisl'oriiiui-s raising to 22,0110  volts:  i\>] The acquisition, in addition ton record  No.!)!! alre.'idy hold l>y ( he Ctimpany for 1,000  inches of water, which is- diverted from I'iue  Creek above I'ino Creek Kails,autl is returned lo the Mi-caiu below the Kails, of ,ri,ll00 ntl-  dilioital miutir'h incite* of water.to bo tttltou  Ciitin .Piue Creek at. a point about. II'.IO I'cct  be-low what, is' Itutiwu us the Old .Junction  Uritlge across the said Creek, and to bo diverted and conducted to thu works of the  Cumjiuny by ilileb, Hume niul pipe, und rc-  tujueil Uj Piuu Creek at a poiul.about ouc-  bnJf niiilo below I'ino Creek Kails, and tor a  record of whicli thu Company has made application:  Le] The et?ust ruction at or near tho point of  dirersittu <of the nfoi-esuid 5,000 inches of  wutor of u rckorvoir for tho'purpose of settling the witter before its entry into the  rucewuy, and the enlargement of the Company's ditch uud Hume line:  fd] The enlargement forthwith of the capacity of the power-house of the Company  to utilise tiie water-power from Pine Creek  and convert the same by means of water-  wheels and generators into electricity, and  such further enlargement,from time to time  of the said .power-house or of the plant  thereof us may bo deemed ueeessary to increase the facilities of the Company in furnishing electrical power:  [e] Tho operation af the Company's under-'  talcing aud works for tho .generation and,  distribution'of power hy electrical metliods!  for mining, lightiiigaiid any other purposes  whatsoever tor n-hieh jsuch power may be  used under the provisions of Part IV. of the'  "Water Claus.es ConsmLidatiou Act, 1S97."  within the district descri bed as follows:���  Beginning at the intersection of Pearl  Street with the shore lino of Atliu Luke, in  the Atlin J-ake .Mining Division of Cassiar  District, Province of Uritish Columbia;  thence northward aloug .the sliores of the  said Atlin Lake for a distance of 6]4 miles', or  thereabouts; themcc ou a straight line east  24 miles, moreor less,erossing en route Surprise bake; thence southwards distance of  22 miles,, more or less, crossing Dixie Valley  and the tributaries thereof; thence westward 20 miles, more ���ar less, to the eastern  .shore of tbe said Atliii Lake; thence northward .along .the suitl lake fro Pearl Street, iu  Atlin, the i-Jaccof beginning;  And this is further U> eertify that the Company propose to commence tho works mentioned iu jiai-JigrJaphs iub-s-cctioi... [cl and [d]  forthwitlL, and to complete the same twelve  mouths from the date hereof, at au estimated  cost of twenty-.tive thousand dollars, which  turn bliM.11 be raised by the issue aud sale of  debentures of the Company before the said  works are uudertaJion-  Btttcil this'27th day of Julj-, 1905.  CUARLKS WILSON,  a2(i-l . Clerk. Executive Council.  The Atlin Market Co., Ltd.  POULTRY  OF  ALL   KINDS,   Dressed to Order.  *mn3uu=iT."��i  C.   DOELKER     Manager.  tfr-E^TKtfjv^rw��B:C��Aifj33SM:njiin^%��SOM^u^Aa.^LKv=n=3Ai=  SiC��frfi  ^4   GRAND OLD HIGHLAND, Black Label.   |^  "jy SPKCIAL RESERVE, .' White Label. |[  ^"1   OLD VATTED GLENLIVET Yellow Label.   ^"  |  THE    CtOTID    I-IOTJSE,  0h| DISCOVERY,   B.   C. j,  *^k\ C. H. Nissen, Prop.     -       -    F. B. Wrong, Mgr.  I <- r  liestaurant inr Councctioij^ajfcA  N  The Hope, Cariboo, Utah Fraction,  ATLINTA FRACTION,GOLDEN FLEECE,  CHIIil'' KEACTION, and TOliONTO MIN-  - EliAL CLAIJ1S.  Loo^teu   East .Suik Taku Auji of Tagish  lakk, nise mir.es auovf. goldun gate,  Atlin   Mining   Division    oit   Cassiak  . Distiiict.  rpAKU NOTICKthat the Engineer Mining  Company, Special Free Miner's Certili-  eate No.572J. intend sixtytlayD 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.  And further take notice thut action, under  Section No. 37, must be commenced before tho  issiiautio  of  such   Certificates  of  Improvements.  Dated this lstduy of August, 19!).ri.  TIIE ENGINKEKS MINING Co.,  oli A. P. MliAU, Pros.  The Ruth, Red Star, Long Island,  GOLD STIUNGIvlt, NORMAN ano-'KAM-  ���       MA MINERAL CLAIMS.  Located on the East Side op Taku Aiijiop  ��� Taciisu  Lake,  Nine   JIii.es  South   op  Golden Gate, Atwn Mininci-Division  oif Cahsiau Distiiiot.  /"jpAKli Notice  that the   Engineer   Mining  J-    Company, Ltd., Special' I'roo Miner's  Ccrtiilcato  No. 5721, intend sixty tlays from  the tlato hereof, to apply to  the .Milling Recorder for Certificates of Improvements for  the purpose of obtaining Crown Grunts of  tho ubove mineral claims.  And further take notice that action, under  Section No. !I7, must bo commenced before  the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 21st. day of August, 1905.  THE KNGINEER MINING Co., Ltd.,  o28 A. P. Mead, Prcs.  NOTICE.  NOTICE   Is horeby givon that the owners  of the "Mon-Uuiou" lease on Boulder Creek  will not be responsible for any debts contracted by the lay men. for labor or supplies.  A.S.CROSS,  Atlin, June 20th, 1005.        Managing Owner,  jl-l-ini  .estuurant ...    ]��''t>^?;i^^-^^  *ew anil Capable siS^.;'\v,,"V'*1Y^ ATaA*��-  ��� litis'-','1"' ���0"V7..,|?,A:"i^<,'"'" i7',-y,-'y'-'"'V'., ���-'''''  ���_,    ������ f��..'>.',r.':-->''Ax-,���>~,AAi!,-.' . v:i% ;.i- \T.A   ,  ^^m^i.^A^^AA 'A<A %l  CAPITAL ..PAID    UrSS&^^T**'  Reserve,  $3,500,000.   ..-,-'^^li-'  Branches of the Bank at Jeattie,  San Franeiseo,  ���   ���    ��� . Portland,  Skagway, etc  Excfaass&es ssetlcS on aSB Poissts.  Gold Dust Purchased���Assay Office in Connection.  D. ROSS, Manager.  iNGIWEEMNG WORKS, if]  VANCOUVER, B. C.  SPECIALISTS   IN  3��  iydraiilic Kilning Fmcmnerij.  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS, ���    WATER    GATES,  RIFFLE ' BARS, STEEL   RIVETTED    PIPE,  '    HOISTS,      MINING. CAGES     and     ORE    CARS.  MADE   TO   SPECIAL   DESIGN,-  A.  C. HIRSCHFELD,  A-gent for Atlin District.  -pvTOTICli Is hereby given that upplica-  J--^ tion will be made to the Parliament of  Canada at its next session for an act to incorporate 11 company with authority to construct, equip, maintain nnd operate a railway of standard or narrow gunge from u  point at or near Selkirk on l he Yukon Kiver  iu the Yukon Territory". so"uth westerly by  the most feasible route towards Aish-ihik  Lake, south westerly through McKinley  Pass to the junction of the IJeziulensli anil  kusknwalsh Rivers, thence along tho valley  of the Alsck Uivcr by the most feasible route  to a point between the 1S0�� ami 1118�� of  Longitude on the international boundary  line. -  ' Also from the aforesaid Selkirk by the  mosft feasible .route along tho valley of tho  I.ewcs Kivor to a point on tho Hig Salnioii  ���ltivor, thenco across the Big Salmon Uivcr to  aud along the valley of the llootaliiuitia  River to f.uko Teslin, nlong Teslin bake and  from thence by the most feasible route in u  southerly and easterly direction across the  Stikccn Kiver, in a south westerly directum  along the Naas valley and liitsiimgnlliim  valley through tlio Kitimat valley to KltiBiat  Arm in llritisli Columbia und to commence  construction at any point thereon; with  power to construct, maintain and operate  branch lines nnd all necessary bridges, ferries, warehouses and wharves; to construct-,  own and operate telegraph nnd telephone  lines iu connection with tho said railway and  branches; to construct, purchase or otherwise ucttuire, charter, obtain control of,  navigato ami keep in repair steamers and  other vessels to ply between jiorts iu .Canada  and between ports in CniiatUi and ports outside of Canada, carry mid convey passengers  und freight and t:arrs on a general trans  portation service in-connect ienvith thesnid  railway, anil to sell and dispose of such ves-  <--f*ls; to actiuiro and utilizo water antl steam  ixjvvor oritny other power for the purpose  of generating electricity for lighting und  motor purposes, or for any other purpose*  in aud may operate tho saitl railway by any  kind of motive power: to expropriate or  otherwise actiuiro foreshore rights and  lands for right of way, station grounds- ami  other necessities; to uctiuire. take and receive lands or any other aid from (he government of Canada or from any provinces or  districts thereof, or from any municipal  corporal ion or person"! ��to wards the construction of said railway or v.orlts; to levy  und colloct. tolls from all parties using nntl  on all freight passing iu or over the said  railway or the brhlgcM, vessels, or Iniitls of  the company: to nralto truffle -and other nr-  raugemtjiits with other railway companies  or persons und for all other usual and necessary powers and privileges; to carry on the  business of u general trading company and  of au express company, to own, inanago und  lease hotels, a ml to own, mine autl explore  anti.flcvelopo minoral lauds and to carry on  a general mining 'business and any business  incidental to *ho purposes aforesaid.  Dated August 17th, 1003. "    ���  C. W. C. TABOR,  o2S Solicitor for Applicants.  MIM�� led  Ai'F.'fi. A.M.  O'A,  ��SWJ  Regular coiumuuicu-  tioini held on the first  Tliurstltiy of each month  in the A. (). U. W. Uull,  Third Street.  Visitiu",' brethren cordially invited  I  a\  I  l  si  L ATLIN,    B.   C      SATURDAY,    SEPTEMBER    9,    1905.  carry an. Ai. stock of GROCERIES,  ���FRUIT and VEGETABLES  ������     BUTTER and .EGGS,  K L  o  PILLMAN  GL  Branch   Store   on   SPRUCE   CREEK.  Local Events.  Full line fishing tackle'at Regan's.  "The latest magazines and pavers  arc always on hand at Tillman's.  "Parker's Fountains Pens, all  sizes and prices at C. R. Bourne's."  McDonald's 'Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  There will be a song service in  the Presbyterian church tomorrow  evening.  A fifty-foot flag pole has been  prepared and will shortly be erected  iu front of the court house.  Mrs. Peter's bread���the best in  the camp���can be obtained at Pill-  lnan's Atlin aud Spruce Creek stores.  The Discover}--- and Atlin schools  are preparing-u an educational exhibit for the New Westminster fair.  Large assortment granite ware  at  Rpo-on-e. ,.-.��-~-.���-.-..-,  .  Correspondence is made a pleasure  by using the new stock of fine writing paper and envelopes at Bourne's.  Messrs. Rant, Alexander and D.  McKenzic have left for a week's  holiday and hunting at Little Allin  lake.  Born���AI Ottawa ou the iSth,  ult., Mrs. S. H. Plumbe of a  daughter. Both mother and child  were doing well.  The Scotia will leave on Sunday,  the 10th, instead of Monday, so as  to enable her down coast passengers  to catch the Princess May from  Skagway 011 Monday evening.  The gold-panning contest on.  Saturday last was won by W. S.  Taylor, Taku Jack second and A.  C. McDonald third. Gus Brunich  was panned-out first���colors and all.  Concededly one of the' best in  Alaska���try it.    It  is  operated by  WE   have only about  One Dozen  v about    &S& ~ AA A -  oru,o��   frrfHri  Jy <$vj> aa y* s^ v.  at   Si.00  each  left.  Our Boys,  Girls, and .Misses Shoes,  Ql-  beir  *a  ^SV^  hair,  arc going fast,  and  this line will soon be cleared.  Wc Still f.cad in   STAPLE ' GROCERIES  at-  'VJ  I  Stiore.  8>TAKLE8> & LUNSI  0  IP I  HjVf  O  ���_-LLUCJT_Cm  rssrxrsisi. m^-renus*  n^r^.-TTxrvJwvcir.il' irucJ- m�� w vr^\Jai  '] the owners.    Modern���fire proof���  -| first class.    Rates to suit everyone.  Avenue   Hotel,   of  '^tS^edu*.?'' ���-���;:? -^fe^liieir  and Taylor, of^fe local sawmill  firm, were cruising timber on the  west side of Atlin Lake.  The Ci,aim plant has this week  been removed from Pearl street to  the building formerh' occupied by  A. S. Cross ou First-street.  A couple of local sports while up  the lake ou an outing at the beginning of the week saw a large black  bear, but they didn't have a rifle.  Members of the Atlin Curling  Club are requested to meet at the  rink at 2 p.m. on Tusday, the 12th.  Take a pick,-shovclor wheelbarrow.  C- R. Bourne, druggist, left on  Thursday's boat for a visit to relatives in New Westminster aud Victoria. During his absence his store  is in charge of Mr. Queen.  Low rates, modern conveniences  and excellent service have made tlie  Fifth Avenue the most popular  Hotel in Skagway. Wc can and  will please you���try us���you will  not regret it. 2  The gold watch which was so  generously donated by Mr. W. J.  Robinson for a very worthy purpose,  and wliich has been 011 view in Mr.  Eggcrt'.s window, will be raffled  this evening at the Atlin Club.  A carload of coal oil and gasoline  just received at Regan's. Supplied  in any quantity.  Stables & Lumsdcii carry a stock  of good groceries.  livery man owes It, to himself ami bin family  to muster nt rude or prnfoHiioii. Keatl the display udrertiseiiU'iit of the six Morse Schools  of Telegraphy, in this issue- and leuru how  ensily a young nian or lady may learn telegraphy and bo assured a pouitlou.  :'|���The    Fifth  Skagwaj'.  333 Hastings Street,  Vancouver, B. C.  g)g$-    Mail Orders "promptly attended to.  Self-Measurement Blanks and Samples sent on application  <srth  m  /'A A-"yft flA "<Sj *>A Ci I  *��?*���  ATLIN, B."C.  u*ewers  .ssi  as2  Koppaclier vs. C. H. Co., Ltd.  This is ���������an action for damages  caused b3' tailings held by the company's crib dam breaking away and  covering the plaintiff's ground." The  trial commenced Thursday before  His Honor Judge Young and a jury  composed of Messrs. Nevile, Gibson,  Pilling, Webster and Dixon. ' After  opening the case an adjournment  was made for a view of the ground.  The evidence on behalf of the plaintiff was commenced on Friday and  it is probable that the trial will- not  be finished before this evening.  SMALL AND LARGE ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED.  The - "KOOTENA Y HOTEL  8&&j8>&&& ^^^8>*^^ftft5?^3sri��*S;SiJ>NP*P*3i.ftSvS*Sv  ���       S^P-5*: IfcPbJF"��^:? P-.&&&-.&&-.  ��� -     OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  THE   DINING-ROOM   IS CONDUCTED  ON   STRICTLY FIRST-  CLASS   PRINCIPLES.  THE    RUSSELL    HOTEL  DIXON  The Weather.  The lowest aud highest temperatures and rainfall recorded for the  week arc as follows :  Sept.  brother;   too   Proprietors.  Pool   &   Billiard  Freighting and Teaming &  Free.  Horses and Rigs for Hire.  .Max.          Min.  Rainfall.  I  59         44  ��� in.  2  59         34  ���  3  56         31  ���  4  52         34  ���  0  52         32  .02  6  54         33  ���  7  60         30  ���  -  NOTICE.  TALLMIRE   &   BENNETT,   Proprietors.  .Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CllOICCSr WINKS, LIOUOKS AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SI'U.IALTY.  Tlio Annual Mccliiiir of tlio Atlin JJktriot  I.ilniral Association will be liolil in tlio Uoyal  Hotel, Uiscovery, on l-'riilny. September Jfitli,  at 8 i>.ni. ,    ii.k. imowN,  s-"*- Secretary.  LOST.  ������pg-UGGKT HKOACir, Crescent slmpcil, on  -J~ v or about Anoint 201 li. ��� .Makers nanic,  "I*. li. Ki'i-ii, SliaK'vay," on back of broach!  Mewaril of *Jl(l.()n ujioit roliirnlnff to Tho  Allin Claim office.- all-!)  VWVWVvVW��WV<��*VWWWW^OWWV^^  tlin-.--.0nly. $100. Per  ���The-"hest  Mm�� ��� @f  #1  CEHfES  $?��  had' in   i$s@  asmsd  $��%%^^  JV" ;fA , ^,  0mH  lip  THE  7   *" ��      ������'l-ZJi'.  ALF-  is a haven for all  ti-avellei-s-.'TlioniotilH  are free^nillini- nm>  tlio bracers in tlio  bar as rofrcsliin-r us'  tlio' ilow of the,early  morning, A,i iileal  summer nnd ivintor  resort.  [AMES   CLARK,  PKOI'KIKTOK.  4.

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