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 gp"yia"*k %t  ���  vor^-n.  ATI,IX,   H. C.,   SATURDAY,    SFvPTKMBKR    24,     1904.  NO.  -2ii  MINING    NEWS.  NEW   DISCOVERY.  Stampede   to   Glad.y's   Lake.'  O. C. Solt aud J. M. Buchanan,  whi) have been prospecting till  summer- on Consolation Creek,  which empties into Gladys Lake  and is -sonic i-en miles long, have  been rewarded with good prospects.  Th'* discovery claim was slaked on  the'i.jvli i'lsi. and -is about half a  mile from Gladys hake. The disco vercs ha ce opened a cut some  ioo yards for drainage, and although good pay has been obtained,  tht-y luive nut yet worked on bedrock*. They intend to get iu machinery next summer. The creek  runs through very diigh gravel  benches and in its channel are large  boulders. Quite a stampede has  been taking place to thau locality  during the past few days. Consolation Creek was staked in 1S9S,  but was abandoned without being  prospected.  The few cold days of the past  week have been the cause of a  shortage of water among the mines.  The French Company on- Bdul-  der Creek have reduced the force  'of men on their hydraulic opera-  . tions, owing to scarcity of water,  and are now preparing for winter  woik on an extensive scale.  Mine-owners aud laymen are preparing agreements for the winter  season, and from all. accounts a  large amount of ground is to be  worked on lays.   '���  Mining Tit-Bits.  There has been a huge increase  in the piodwetiiju ol' copper in  recent \ ears, but authorities maintain that lhe consumption litis  gained pioponionatcly.  Nickel was fusl made known as  an1 element' in 17S1 by Cronsledt.  Canada is llic latgcsi producet of  nickel; its production iu the United  Stales has sin link loalmosl nought.  r  Radium, in appearance,' much  resembles lhe common table" salt.  Its power lasts indefinitely, without  any apparent physical or chemical  change, and is the marvel of the  age.  There are over 50 bucket dredges  ���it work in placer districts in California. The first dredge of this  type was it:>ed iu New Zealand,  wheie there aie over 200 in r.pera-  tiou.  WAR   NEWS.  The Straits Settlements furnish  60 per cent, of the world's supply  of tii*. '  The richest sulphur mine in   the  world  occurs    in    Louisiana,  from \ Petals, being w��Vlh ��300 per ounce  which   is   shipped   over   500   tons'-but the annual   production   hardly  diiilv. I exceeds a hundred ounces.  New Zealand, from 1S53 to 1904  -   PLATINUM.  The   platinum   expeit,   Howaid  Dubois  of   IMiila'dc-lphia,  has  been  spending   this summer iu different  parts' of Brili.-li Columbia, tiyingto  discover localities wheie  platinum,  can be found iu calamities to work  it on a commercial  scale.    He has  prospected or otherwise   examined;  all   likely   places   in    the    United'  States but failed to   find   any place  there   where  it could   l>e   handled  with   profit.     Platinum   is   found  only in placer localities, with .black  Sa'ud, ancl is.- ivtlioi-ght-th**ve i<- i-.ot-  a   placer  mine  in   Caribou   but is  loosing more or less  platinum because the miners are not sufficiently  interested   to make   th-e   necessary  alterations in their sluice boxes to  save it.    The demand for platinum  is far greater than   the   supply.    It  is principally used in   manufacture  of electric lamp** and dental supplies  aud runs in value lrom $13 to $20  an  ounce,   according to degrees of  fineness.    Its source i*s supposed to  he serpentine rock.  Rhodium is one ol  the  most expensive of the   platinum   group of  Mukden, Sept. 23rd :���A battle-  is hourly expected iu tlie vicinity  of Fustian, 30 miles east of Mukden. At present till is quiet. The  weather is turning cold.  Si. Petersburg! Sept. 23rd :���  lvuropatkin reports that the Japanese continue to attempt to turn  the Russian left but without success.  Reports from .Kuioki's head-  (inailers state that the Russians ate  reconnoileiing along the Japanese  front with a large force of cavalry.  They appeared yesterday within  6,000 yards of Ycntai Station and  threw a few shells.  Tokio, Sept. 23rd :���While official confirmation is lacking, it  seems certain the Japanese cap-  fired .1 foil ou another hill west of  Itzh-m, which they, earned by a  desperate assault and have since resisted all attempts of the' Russians  10 iccantuie. Both these heights  overlook .Port A'tluir. offering excellent gun position, which weakens  the Russian defences.  tOoutiiiiiiiil   "��    pujri*   �����)  Court   News.  Carter vs. Kerr.���Action for balance ol wages du^ and damages for  wrongful dismissal. Judgment for  plaintiff for $20 and costs; no damage allowed. A. J. Kappele for'  plaintiff aud A. I,. Belyea, K. C.P  for defendant.  Cinaca & 1M11 rot vs. McKee  Creek Consolidated. ��� Judgment  was on Thursday handed .down  allowing plaintiff the 90 inch 01!  water claimed by them under the  provision of Sec 29 of the Water  Clauses Consolidated Act as Amended, and S50 damages. Messrs  Kappele and 'Grant for plaint iff$  a'hd Messrs. Taylor and Mason for  defendant.  Judge and Mrs. Duff left for Vancouver 011 Monday last. . With hi*  departure, the sittings of live .Su-  pieme Court are closed for this  year.  Both Mr. and 3.1 is. DuiT ��cpressed themselves as. well pleased with  Atlin, both from a business as w-elG  as a social standpoint.  has produced S317,000,000 iu gold.  She is now producing at tlie rate of  ^9,500 a year.  - The Britannia Mines, on Howe  Sound, near Vancouver, are expending hundreds of thousands of  dollars in opening up.  The experiment of importing Ja-  jpanecse coolies into .Mexico under  contract lo do work in mines is  proving disaslerous toall concerned.  G. T. P. R. Terminus.  The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway officials have inspected Port  Simpson and several other possible  Pacific coast terminals, took a trip  up the Skeena as. far as Kastelton,  returned to Victoria and have gone  back faast. Great disappointment  was evident in Vancouver and Victoria owins; to the officials' uncom-  Meerschaum   is    found   on   the. MlulIicaliVcness, and   the   terminus  aius   near   liski-Shehir,   in  Asiai   r    . .    ,   . .-       .  1  ...       .      , ..     , ! of   the   projected   transcontinental  ...inor, where it is mined 111  larger 1 ,      . ,     , ,    , ,  quantities than in any other part of hue is.still a deep, dark secret and  pi  M  LATE   NEWS.   >  The oil -tank steam'ef, George  I.ooii'is. was burned near Portland,  Ore.,.ibis week."  The boundary dispute between  Canada and Newfoundland will  likely be refened to the Privy  Council.  Anton Lloyd, a deck hand on  the steamer Casca, fell' overboard  and was drowned, at Kirkaian  Crossing, on the Yukon,, last week.  The charge of bribery against  John Brown, the Liberal member  for North Perth, Out., has been  sustained and the seat declared  vacant.  In the   United   .States, according;  to    the   census    lately   published,  there are 1,750,178 child workers,  between the ages of 10 and 15, and  one out of every three is a girl.  An   Omaha   doctor   believes   he  has   found   a.   cuie    for   lockjaw,  hitherto considered rarely curable.  His en re consists   iu   exposing the,  patient to a freezing temperature.  The French census shows thci  population to be 3^,961,945, a gain'  of only 444,613 in ten years. There1  is no other Kuropean coin*try iui  which the population incieases so  slowly.  His Hon. Jitulge He ml ��i sou is  now enquiring into ' the profits  made by The Pine Creek Power Co..  hy the use of derricks. This enquiry was,directed by the Gall count  in the appeal of Slavin .vs.''The  Pine Creek Power Co.  John Sampson, chargo! with  shooting- al 'G.us Anderson, on  Boulder Creek, with intent to kill,  elected ou Thursday for s.peedj"  trial, befonc Judge Henderson,  without a jury.  the world.  The Transvaal Colony is rich in  uuauy minerals besides gold, which  received no attention during the  Boer regime. A furnace for smelting iron ore has been erected near  Pretoria ; large deposits of iron,  coal and limestone abound there in  close proximity. A rolling mill  and other ii*ou works are under  contemplation in the same region.  will remain so until the directors  meet in Montreal. President Plays  opened, out so fur as lo announce  that the.place chosen would lie  recommended unanimously by the  uicianhers of the part v.  Board of Trade.  Come and see my new line of  Healers, -Stoves ancP Ranges. - J.  !>. Di*kii'..  At a well-attended meeting of the  Atlin. District Board of Trade held  in the Court House ou Thursday,  live following officers were elected:  President���James Stables.  Vice-President���Capt.   Hat born.  Council���D. Ross, A. C. Hirsch-  ifeld. C. 1). Mason, C. R. Bourne,  1). G. Stewart, A. S. Cross, Major  NeviLe, J. P.ggert, V. Howling.  A trip of 41,000 miles is something of a record for an Indian dugout canoe, 30 ft. long., 2^ .ftt. deep  and 43 years old, but this has been  .accomplished in the last three years  by Capt.'j. C. Yqss, in a trip Jmano.  Victoria to Iiii.gla.nd., via. JXew  Zealand.  NOTICE.  Judicial 5ale -of Frc-per-ty in   t'l;��  Town of All in, R- C.  "'.m-suiuit tniVe order of ilHi-JIoikkv .Itii'l^K  Ue>iul<M-M-ii, Jmlue or the County I'o'i-rl ol  I'-ciioorfivei-. ���iiitflfi an the .action of .David  HiiMtK.e.iW'iiis' d'ceoi'tru I.. Kiect-o dis-oh-e the  pantiicM-ship lift woo 11 ilifiu uml Umiun in.  Uioixic lUistie amU'nrthe svleoi'rt.heI'u.i-tnci-  ��.liip.l>ri>f)Bi,l.v, tliuri' w.ill Ik; oilcred lor-.ale  hy iPul'IU' Auction at the Grand Hotel, .Vilin,  H. C-. on TIiiu-mIr}-, tlio 2'Jtli <!uv of Xc-ptciif  I)ci-,l!l04, at the lioiir of 10 a. m., tlu"->r��nih('k  known us llif* Oi'iiniii Hotel, si'tirtrtu -on l.nU  iiunilip-i'sti. 7 and .S, in Hlork iiiuivhc.:-7 ��� n--��iii��i  Twwn f/f Atlin,niicluilinir 'hu llo(��l liirnit uri>  and fiixt'(��-i:s tliwi'in, ain't also -th�� ��tin>!(ol  wilier Miil'Ki|i��oi's in said Hotel unci it lie .i in-'  ��xiiifcil license tlwii'isfeir..  '['���ho  fc-r.-it!   Hetel   will  he so'ld nsu rniRM-iit;. -  (MjtnHM-ii.  Terms of snip.���10 pi-r i-iMit. iVi��wniwt tik-iK'-u! ,  sale unci the 1ki1uii<��! withiw t��vo ilh.�� li|tt.-:-��-  jefter-  ' Kiirther. psrtaciflHi-*  inns* l��n Imd  fninu <:'-  ���'A'.. S��\vi!i s, Kat{��� or from  "S"; I'.T'i'ini'. K-cci-.  .���jtilieiMi-K, Atlin, li. CL  l'n-tfid at Aitlin, 11. CL. thi< 22ittl ilv."��-<f Siw-  noinher-.'ilM.  Kiwi).. .'!.. "rn:v*-s..  )*.i'"i-is*.rjii-^f tIw-(-onin;yCourt^if Vitif-.-iartzE^  IMilrx at .tclin..  ���' 2     OCT 2   1904    - ��>.}  '���'������ , ' ��  o  I  w  If  ..!  ������<l  .ii r.-r.,^. ^i^'Ji^ihvUlzi'&rl'Jj.-i'.u;'.  ~-^2����>^>Z&&\t^ IwW^^-i.ucV, V.Oi  *>,��. H.Ltit 'j*. ii ^ja t&ftavtvnz^&isir. ���x^i.\^>j.  AT1JX, 7 B:.;C^   'SATilRDA-V,   . SKinU>MTn^R 7: ^:i;7 7 V9.047  |V:.'7  itlie^lH^GhnhK  ���l'Ji.17 A'l t.!"-,'  CLAIM   112  PU HUSH CIV CVCI^V  HAfUHDfiY  -   1/;,-���.-.!. 1.-jr.,     sifliii"')   rm t:  to  >.hy: p.-.nf or Ti-ic  ,.    -.V 3rt.D ;( r>t,   ,7-n'   GENV77 .I't:il   MOJITH 1,   JS.OOI'CR  ���71.: .   -(i.7n,7  v:.v,-.ntl-.;tNC. hatcg: ;,i,03'r'i:i, ihcm'c.ch  . j.-isr.ivnon', Hr.-.Dirii-, fio-riceu,: nd ccrnr. a Liuf :  b'*CCIrtL    ff.MC!;   UM    AI'Pl.iCCTlbti,  ..II.)!.  'KISTINO :'  t'ii  ftn.L-MCADr.7- .'   ro.'-TUt:'.-.,.  Ltntn-iiiifios. rnctiHi,Mr,'C5  ;.   v   . onrjoid;"iiOf.i^li.v '.;  ...77 77 7 -   .-:  p'.iCE;-, .laDi-ntrt, .:  vitiiTin:-. c*mi>.:.  ctc, etc.  li-jTco.' ;���    '7^  ,7'J'tlK  ATJ.1N fJl.Al.M , 1'L'IU.IMIIKU Co. 7   !���'  ':-','.":��� A."0.-'iiiiisbftPKi.i'i.'; -;7K;!utih7PiioVmi-TOii.  v^7' -SAT.ut-d)Ay,7Sii;p'i'.7 2.|.,:.' icjo^Yy Y  7c:7 '���',1'ii cpjol)lcin7o f'thij' hour is ltow  ~."to place,lcgilispaie niir.iiig piopbsi-  7:tibns' bet ore'the"; investing ^public.;  7 'During'yihe!7past, .'live.' years -our,  ;7::prospec to.r����� hav<s -been -reiniirkably  ���'������','fort u n ale 7.i^  7: f i n eel; Yii ti'r i I e'ip.u.s 7.7' 1 yd es:\v i 111 i n 7 a  /"laditis 7of 7 7thirty. iniles77o;f.  AtliuV  -   M:ucii; money'and ,'labor; have   been  7 7expcivded   it;���;��� compliance   witli the  ;'7go!d.'-'laws.'.to'.;.. record   necessary,"as-'  .'7:.scssinent work 7; it pel"in 'many cases  .crown 1 grants :Ato7 mineral,   claims  7 have7'been ,-���..obtained. = ���'riie';g're'att  ;-;���-��� potei'ilial and intrinsic values of our  7 niivieralxesonfees*are: freqtiently:reported upoit bj' etntiVeiit mining ex-:  ."; "pcrts;.; 7���'aiid.7':'siTugiiine  .hopes 7: .are  7 ,<iiatiiraily raised, that the   time ,lias  ������'���'arrived to oljtaiii^pi-ofitableLrefiirns  : 7from., the hi hies:7 \Ve.;are7i61d 7 lliat  ���':'���. as; in flux ol capital is 'at'.baud;, that;  "capitalists   have  awakened^to7tlie  7;factv���Atliii is the/richest' spot ...in'.-  creation;-��� and tli-ry bmiger for7tlie;  |jolcl��n ipoilr  'nic7wish  is Ijither  to the   thought.   ^Ahd,   sirungcly  :  #nougii,    capital    declines  . to. be  iftis'hc-dV:; it must.,.be  systematically;  liuru'i'fed before it will; even '-cast- a  f;iv*.>mble.g'lance.sit "the7 richness of  our  ileitis.     Therefore,    we   must  seek die capitalist in.his 70W11 ^market place,- it may. be rather ''infra  di**." for our future gold kings, but  ' they havea.mountainous, precedent  in   history   and   it   is   the .easiest  course  to .follow.    I,et.76ur legiti-  lustte liii-ning  propositions   be   well  'and   Carefully.' introduced   abroad,  and 110 doubt   enterprising  capital:  will be forthcoming, t.o assist in I lie.  development of our   quartz   mines  ^uici: the   winning  of'the  precious  ���metals... --.-���;-.  '������ ������       .        ..:.... .  ;,:.;;: ;";:=$6,500 j&war&O 7;7 Y  7.7 For the' capture and conviction'.of  the gahgtlhiUbeldaip the':C.:,P, :K.  .train'.'��� near. Vancouver ������-.last- week,  theitewardof $6,500ns 'offered;by  tlie C.. P. \'Y, Hi*.: 'IVo'ciiiii.ioii Express  Co.:  and 7 tiie    Provincial ./Govern'-1  inent;   ��� The police feci con fid en I of  .capturing t hem -   ,T he.whole cou 11-.  try 7in   the., vicinity op Vancouver  atul the.boundary liiie,: is ..a'rpused,:  for.eyeryiuan and   ainateur  sleuth  has vhis':'eye  bh/.the. big :reward.  The robbers are "three;;:iii������; number,  afe-ai'ined-with rifles and have been;  seen'several times]?.' ' 77'."..��� ;7 .7; ;;  ::"Ijowiiey-'s-Chocolat.es, direel.from  hictorv.--G::.R.:;bOUKi\K.   :;77:77'   -7  17' 7   Y,; ii A R R 1STE R- AT-L A \V.' 7: ���-������ 71  :*  .j, .Has 1 alien an .(.ilH'ec at, l'ooiiir I, (iold  ,1, lliiiisi.., ���'���.-���'������ I ;isco.vil'i-'.v.',, Otfic'i' I lours ���  i 'I'ues'la.vs. .'riiursda.v.s' and Saturdays,  s, ' ; l'l-tHU it to ..1) p. in'. -:  ;, . ���   :      .   ''    ���: ^  <& ������"<-���-���-��-���-��-��� "���-���-.���- ���  ���������   ���-���    *  ���-��"���     ���-��7��,  ',-'���   777    ..7 7  GlVt'li" UNdlSKEl:,    :     71 .7' 7:'-.'',  ; 7  PRQVINCIALLAND SURVEYOR^ i;  UoiiNi'/t l'i.;,\ii[. a xi) . I'"U(.st Sthi-ets, Ati.in.  7i 7 jSui'v^'ys.'.of. IT yd raulic Leases aiid : ���:, ��� .  :.Mineral 01 aims. ���"���'���::   -r '���'77 ''7,  - ]Nugget^jahdJ:-'Gr^  And AH^Kinids'of Je^  ['���<:   'ffltW    Whysend otuAvhen ybu.cati get goods: as cheap; here? <.. 7 7:';  ;.-.,:-: Watches From'.. $5 sift.   Fine Line of Souvenir'.Spoons.   ;.,,  ;:; jiJLES ^GeERt;;!-^S^  ��o*C'}:>:*o*oocf*<:t'<Ki>o  T-HEi :KO:OTB^N  :Cou,  A , ;R . M o Do n a I d'," Proprieto r.   7  ; FlKi'T; 'AND ,'f KA1NOK7 STKHKTS.  . Tiiis Kirst Class Hotel liiift heeii' I'miui'ili/IOil liticl i-ef 11 i-nisliocl I liriMiiilii.ut  :.: :   and oll'ers tlie hewt acoointuodatioii lo 'rrniisieiit, or I 'erinaueui.;,.        77  :, Guests.--A 1 ucri(.-a 11 and luii'cjpeHn plan.   -  : ;7:: .7-fiwesr; Winzes.. ILiij stars 'and'���Hi gars.'   ���  ':r\ ,. 7;;;: ; 7.7'Bf.l������i;i:a;riH's-,an:3'''-'R6oJ-"]:  ���*!��ci<>;<:��'^ci'>c��'>6'*ci'*c��*c��*,;''*'j*o;'!,,V'",v*'>^^,t><>c>*  .07  ���a-.  U)  ���.:;:,7:'. 7.";.'. Di SCOV E'RY;���]'��� B;:;;C;  m&m  ���&:m^:&Axr:j^YYX^  7 '7    JOHN: WOLTERslPropi-iWbr;:^^^;  STAOK:   fc'r-'I-I.VICHY.-'  IIS'   'OiMNKCTlON.  vfc.,  :.U  '���'���0,-  ���'*���:  :0"  :D'  ;o"  ������'K .  ���:e-  ; W .  :.i��.  :'3;:  o...  ;^^^.:^<3r!A:R'i^;i^  7.'..'; of. thk rii'Mof,,, ������'���'. v7-:-,  '������;.;:  ,Liy [NGSTon; OAiiKiiT AKIXG7 ;    7  BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS,  7.;,.��� NOTARIES   PUBLIC," ;7;;;';Y  :7 77 v AS 00 IJV'K II. .H.-.1 :;':������ 77 :;,,i:; .'������ ������������;[.  At! in''Office: In" Atlin Clsim" Bldg 7  DIXCM ;BROTH ERS,V;FrsiDrielora :  Freighting ancl Teaming  V7iS��      ]; Horsev:and Sleighs for] Hire.  NQTIGEv  In th�� nriatter of, the  Estate of  Mo-  7     Leodi   Gibson,    late    or   ���; Boulder  Creek,   tieceased.  "| ;>l"RS''NS.IiavinK ulaii'iis aji-ainst the; es-  ���-*-.���. tare of 1 hr? latu -McLeod Gibson are  i-f..(|ii<istpd liisoml tliii.saiiii: to Mr. WaUer  Owen,- Atlin,: li. C,: Ad in in Ut rutin* of the  e.-tatc, on or before this 17th of Octolier nuxt.  ilateil nt Atlin, H. G., 1 Ith day of Si-ptoiii-  lipiviaai.'  . .- ������.������'��� "7  ��� .  .���.'���'���.'    7   .;.'     V. W. SAW.IiKS,'-.  h'c'lic-ilor for Administrator.   '  !''eJv:>"''l;':*:..JLl-��'^7-^^\t\iA  WS  ATLI1M  &   DISCOVERY.  rung  NGTIGE.  "N^pyXlGK is���'lnsreby'.Kiven that  within lit)  ���L-^       days from date .1 intnnd to apiil.v.to'  The New  3-overnor-Gf.neral.  I-'.arl   C.ife}', , tvho   has ���been -ap-  . p o i n!. c< 1    C o >.' e r l i o r: G e 11 e r a 1   o I- ; C a -  itada, l.-'Ciiicle being a man of.ability  and tact, lias  given much attention  to colonial nuiltets, and is \vcll and  favorably   kr.owu   throiighout   '.he  Doiuinion.     lie has been  identified  with what is known a/, tlie/'piiblic-  housc U'li.'t," since" i'...scl'oundiition,  ; ;u: ;.(n*ga:ti".at'n')n   csiablisiicil    and  inaini liiicl    '.��.'   promote    sobriety  among the pc.i*,.'lc by offering them,  itM alteriiativtri to the saloon, places  Of. r'.-lieslnnt'iit and   ix-creation not  tlepciuUr.t -oil lhe sale of .ititoxical-  ��� ity liquors. . -'t'liis t: list niovemcut,  after proving its utiliiy in Hnglund,  was a few month!' ago explained to  the peopl*-- cf Canada, by Earl'Grey  in   ptrsoti. '    After   the   ili-staireil  raid'into the Transvaal he succeeded. Dr. Jainiesu'i   as   Aclministiatoi  of the Cii.trtertid .South Afiican Co'��  ten itory and was an iniiniale friend  of the late Cecil Rhodes.  the CliU-f Comiiiissiiniin- of bunds ami Works  for pei-niission to |>ui'c.'has<j tliw- followiii}?.  desL-rilitid prroitinl, situate "in the Atlin His-,  trict:���Comiiit-iiving. at a iiost maUftd " 1<\ T.  It's " JN7 l'j..corner, planted about one and  one-half miles south of the mouth of MeKee  Creek and one-half ���.mile from bake front,  thence southerly 10 ehains. thenee .westerly  ���10 ehains, thenee northerly 4(1 elm ins. thenee  eastfi'ly <l) eliain.s to poiiit of eonitiienceinent,  i-ontaiiiiiifi' HiO aiu-es niore or less.  ' 1-". T. Hamkiiaw. ���  Atlin. II. G.,.luly'!7tli. Jllllt.  ���J.S iS*jS.: :7Jt. I Vill ��� '..-���III *�������'  ���.;-;���;..,;:.,.;;':THE;:LATEST;;^  *'���    Gomplete^StoGk of:; Dry Gocid s   :  'YJHE ' IATEST    m  ' HATS,     BOOTS     AND    ���ySHBESl-'.  '������������ "&8~',/'      GOLD'7 SEAL;   GUM    BOOTS 7,  Our Goods]'.are the Best and Our Prices the Lowest  asi;  NOTICE.  auk o  .'77'..   .CAPITAL;  PAID  ;.Uf. $8,700,000. 7  7;-7 .'.'"���',; -_������:���:��� RiSHUV.H,   $3,060,000...   :  Branches of the Bank at Jeattie,.���;...,.  ''������\Sdn'FJeanaaGO^\'Y:'Yy:."'-:-':-'-YyYry-ry~'--Y:--:-'  Portland,  ' "'��� ���"������"������'   ���''��������������� ���'���������' Skagway, etc.   , Excteatiigfp sold on1 all Paints. : ,."7  Gold Dust Pukchasmd���Assay Oi'ficic in .Connuction.  7    7.1).  RdSS.-Maiiaser.   ..  T'OTICI-: is liiM'tby. yivuii that sixty days  after date   t intend  loap,-ly  to the I  Chief   Oiiuniis.-ioncr of   Lands and   Works |  for   permission   To   purchase  the   follo-.vi nrf |  di-.-i'i-ibed-liui'l situated in the A t liu Oistrivi : i  ,GoiiiiuiMii-iii^ at u post  111urJi1.il .1.���T.'.lit.viiii j  S. Wi i-oi-uer, planted nl,mil  one mile nortli-'  '.���asi of A tli'11 Tciwiisltf*. iliftiie); west '!'���) eliains, |  rlii'iieo north iu chains, thence cnsl'-i'i chains,  thenee south 20 ehains'io point of eoininenee-  uieiil, e��iiitui'fiiii<r W acres more or less.  Hated this 8th day of Aujriist. Jill!'.  ' ���Ja.mkh 'I'. Rkijas.  fE-L  NOTICE.  ,   V.   TRQTMAN,   Manager.  Cornet* Pearl and First Streets. Atlin, B. C.  ������ - *<>������-...... r.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  CHOtCfSr WINtS. IHJU0K5 AND UtiAKS-r���CASI. (JOOD.S A SI'l.CIAUY.  raulic  ming  NOTI.<;i: is hereliy (riven that sixty days  after date I inteiul to applj lothe OhiVf  Coinniissionei- of Lands and Works for permission to purchase .'���'. f(dloi\ in-described  li-aet of land: Cnuiineuciii';- 11I postmarked  Nevile's-initial post, noith-cust corner. 011  the north shore id'Atlin bake and near the  Alliuto Uiver/I'aku, H. C.7Uii.ncc It'tkli'eet to  post No. I : then'ee HWl feel to post ,\o. :',:  rheuce lOiilj feet to post No. Z: I hence Mid feet,  to post of ei.'iniueni'enieut: coiilaiiiinj; live  aere> more or h:s,s.  (7 Wir.niA.M A. Xnva.i:.  D.ileil at Arlin. July ^ii(|,r |(n,|.  M ���" . - .-.M-actiinery.  HYDRAULIC    GTANTS.    Wv\TKR    GA'l'HS,'  ..-.ANGLE    STJCEL    UH-KLES   .&  ''HVMkAliJ.TC    lUVETEl)  prri-:  P&mspiaisg  &   fitcs&imz/ .Ms'i&kmisrj/.  Iwitimates  furnished   on application ,  The Vancouver Engineering. Works,-.  V'ancouvjUx,   li. C.  7'��  :'S;.7.',,;>:;-%  Yi't  '!;:.'l!|  [:-���  \ &  /^['.^"���^���V^ ^^'^C.frt;.'titi:^.\'i'^^ '.:MH2i?ti~S/Ji.J.'4ZM-tl*Sl<Ur.t-Z!i.
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ATIylN,''f:.C;7 SATURDAYv-^I^PTl^IBltli^^: 190^:
Ki?*w§i
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v.;; 'Vaii'coiiverj': ;Sept.  ,17th ::—-'The
-:ZjKussiaiilranspbrt;;K6rea;: i^report-7
^edploZ:(be77off;:tl)e;;-c^
7 ''Columbia'.'' ■ =Y:„' ',7
1 7-;-7 St,7ReIti'r.sb i1 rg- /Sc 1U. -■: 71li:;;--;}A cl -
;viceS'7from.7^1 likdeiv:, indicaie thai.:
;; the;7Japanese   forces; are;; again::;oii;
;the7-'inove. 7  Kuropativin's"■'■'recoil-'
'.naisriiices .eslablislies the:'fact,.tjiat
7:;'tliey..:a're;iiias.siiig.:C)'ii'.-.jiis east ..flank.,..
;7and boclie.s:of japaiicseaire. inovi uy
7Mip7the-' .'LiiicV:.7''-'UJ.V'ej'7'''.'v':iUey.:.7.-:7'/J'l.ie
7A\';ir;ofiice: believes ''.tiiiiL.^yiois'encnt.-*'
■TcHoageiueiit   will'.-' ;take ^pl'tce/'Jor
,7SeV'era) :\V0el'S.77 77:.- ,7,-V7 "S::?Y;\Y?Y;.r~Y:
;; ';':.:'/-:M'uktleii; Sept;-/,!'7.l.l'r;;:r'.r.7.rt;-'''is'.;''i'c.-.'
".porteUyT.lhi^
7;;vau(:iuy c»n;'NlukdeiiMVcMii'ThCeast';;
'■■Y l-hi;ilierr:is-a"'sti'oiiy'7 force :of7Rus-"
;.-'si.'i 1 is rear! \v-U»: iiiee t them. 77:7 7:7 :YYY
'.:•£'■';%'! jy^
:-7,J.)rouglU;::hito;to\vn7\;eslerclaj'.7..: I'tti-
:;.:.ticiilafs7of^skirinisli;;,iipt7ayailaiye.
.:77J';i7isiiot.clear ;\vlietheri,t;\va3;sim ply;
:Za.ii"diit')6st;affair:Ur a real ;.'■]■■ palicie.:',
'7; .'id va lice. oi'i7Muk.'deu'.:,■■■'■.'.:;-',■.'.■.''.■ i.^-,-7.:-:-'7:.;-'
.7^K)rts7l'r6iii 7-General;' lvurpkL^tate'
;■•.:;■ tlia't the^Japanese fronLisuowsdiue.
•..:V<listaac^Cnoul^
■;; hipst half:\vay':to':.Muk'deh-bjui; con-^
;Z-fr6iitiug;Jtiie rciutpost',luies .,<^the
:-7 Russian foTces7:7;:■ 7,:-.:: :':';77?<IY::
Zr—'pientsih::—Froni :a/;trustworthy'
7 ;-3bur'ce;it7.is;learned ;that7;the;;Japa-:
. "■'■'iiese ^foreign niiii is ter;. has. Tissued- a,
■-circular aiiuounciiig7thatJapan in-;
771 etuis 7 to',7 turn .'Port7A rt li ur* -when
^capture^
777pcii!'nsuiai:fv'."p\'el';^
:i;-wlio-willr-dec^
: ^opeuipcrf lor the  coiinuerce.To/' the
''world.;: 7.7.; .7. '■. ..77:7-7,..7 \\'. ,..',;". r
-   '•■'" St.71>ererslmrg,c-Scpt.'i9tli :—No
-fresh news' hasbeeu   received 7 fro m
...   the front, although outposts>_aW in
contact and,some Tittle skirmishing
: .tias occurred. : The-war office-does
-jiot believe the Japanese are   ready-
'for .another   advance   unless, They
7: have received heavy reinforcements.
7 Chefbo, Sept.: 191th : — Chinese
and Japanese7iulvices agree ; that
bombarding of -"Fort Arthur became
terrific at dawn on Septeinher 15th
and continued until the 16th. Tlie
Japanese fired from 7 Pigeon'- Bay a 1 id.
other places wbere lieavy.guns have
•been placed.'      : 7-;-,... .:
7 :BerliiiV::Sent.' ^iicb — Not; since'
'..the0.war began has the situation
been so critical   as:-regards  danger
; involving all' Hurppe. The; constant mobilization of Chinese troops
along the Maachurian frontier is
Jiecouiing ominous, and :the. vague
reports of Japan's, intention to call
upon China to send these troops
into territory which .the brown
soldiers have, wrestled from''Russia
, is more ominous.
The (.crimui I'-inperor believes
fch.it the 'domination of all Asia is
the prize-at slake.
Tokio, .Sept. 2?ik1*.~-It is generally believed that an engagement
■•will soon 'lake place at, Mukden..
The Jap.niesf; are slowly pushing
northward. The outposts are iii
touch near Yen 'Fai and .skirmishes
o:curdtily. J inauese are rapidly
chn'.L.M'.':: the gu.ige of rajlrnad
from Nc.v Ciiwang .tnii will probably be in operation to l-.iao Vang
in a fortnight.
Liberal 1 AssoGiailon   Elecl-ion
7'7;"; YY,'-<dYpiiicer^[YY^Y:YYX;
7 The followijig list of,oncers,were
'elected; at''tlie''' an mial meeting pf the
Liberal; Association. ;7777.7
;Preside!il:--jiio.;Kirklaud. 7   .7; "
7,vAtliii. Vice-President,—T-::<jeorge
SisicliiiiO ^;;/-.'-'-..' 'v^'^^":-^'.-7-:^.''^-./-;--.1^.;/^ ':;-.'
'■v■.-■•.Discovery  Vice-President,"-:-Win.
Cbhroyi-'-: ■';.'■'..:i,/" .7; .■'■■'■'•■r:'' 7■,;":.
777Sccy.-Ti;e:'sui'er--;H. K.Hrowu.
7: .Ivxectitive';;coniniittee-—:\V..r'\V.;
'G.nine'^-.U^'fiv^^^
Oet).7:'Pollay;7:Toiit7\\;assohV Archie
ncaUv.:^'-''';1-^'--';: .:i;:7;;;'7: 7 ':•'' .;;-.:':'7i;
^--Alaska; route gaii ings----
■;.7 'l,!ic-7'.diowing7Sailings' are7.aii;
nounccd";;lbr ihe7thb'nth;of AugusU
]eaviiig;-Sklig\\'iiy^at.^:;ri^:^
^;Pi:i!)c'Os.s':;Ma\'.^f:i,He
.7-■■.2isl','.;a'i<dfPct.'-.;:i',Kt. 7;"7:  '^YY-.;.:
■■:.'; Am .ii ti'-^-Se pt76] ,h;';i,6t h,;iuK.^th7
:7 -Kor furtherriiiiot:inatioiL7ipply: Qf
vvriie to;: 7.:;H7:ii;vbuN,NvA'gent,7:7
y;jY... 7,7.■;.::-,7 77 7-S;i«igwuy.; Alaska.;
'ISl'J'UI-
.;-'j-;\'l-*JfTV;.
''i--o.'.Mi'i'-'ti'-':
ipAClfiQ'J^OA
jv.';   7;.:■;■."-■ 7 l'ioneer A liisli'ii: Line.; ."•'
Seattle. Pugot Sound, San■I'rancJscb
i-77 7;    and -Southern Ports, 7-    ^ ;:
'■■.v;'- 777. -: ■'■ 'r.uiiiviNci'-'i'r.V.tirji a ijilT'-- -:■ '.'-:'7
Su.i.!.- 1'i-oni '.Sl-«y:H',ii.v,-. i-
;CityofSeattle^Sepi:;;i6,:25,--Qct;.^7
77:777 Viinconvej- kiiij: Sent tiecifrect:-,.:;;;.;.7 7
Cottage^ City,;"Se[)i'.'-:r;4^22,i,(7)ct.7:i.
Vaiu-onvei-'ai'nl Senttle 'direct'.', triin.sferriiur
-.".'■ imi-sen^c-i-siroin.-VtiiiwiuVer 10 V-ieioi in.
'City:of'Topekav.77-:Scpt7;i.S;7G,eL72--
7 Y:'Y: Y\- 7.7.;. 7 ; vi^sitUii../:::...';-: )■•. YYiyYy,'
S^S7;HutnlioTtv;— ;SepLi7i07;i9'7:29.;:
..liir'uet.: t'twiSe'ltttJR. vin Victoria, triiusl'errin.ur
'■,.::',-.-',:.7:,;'-.'ii.«ss'iMi^«j,!('',tiy-Viini!<«iivci*,7.",.-YJ:.7
■ Tii'e..'Al--kr..-^w.ii'l^ir.ivi.iiseini^
fXF- Above 7C...K...1...',- -':«*ni.j«.'.i- K.-.f-ll'.-iiie--"
W'ltliiliit .-Noitiee-■■'    -7 ■'".' ■
C- D. DUNN.AN, Gen. Pass7Agt.,
:','l'U' .Market ■SU'Si'uV J-'ruiieisen-.-Cal.-';..'.,:
'■■■"*r.7"-% L. M: WEST, Agent,
■".■'• ■■■■■:';...   ,        SUiiKwiiy, AlasUa.   -7
m
.]. G.-.Ci.ii-}H'tii.;';'j
V&W7
^''yyIy. :yY':.Discovery.;-;;;■  : y-Y';..'■
1 .'GwvN; J:)A:Y--:ANp',:Ni;C^H'lx-;:: :
M^TKSM'-CI^ASS^lH'STAa'l^AN-'r^
Y\:Yt::'r' CP.NNKCTK)Nr:.;';'77":;-:
'  {ilenilijiinrtersifor, pjxoii's' s'-ii:«.
(VII LLER &-:iVlcLAFi>NJ FrotiKictors,
7:":7:;: :i)isc(>VKKKi;S7'oi"^T^i
Gur.vDrnin'g-Rpom'V
Lix-^3;r;;:7:tli''r5
;777-:;7C :goo d ;;sta b li'n g
^;"7:77';i:)jscov.i':RVr;;B.;7.c;^7
NEW DIN ING \ROOiVl7 Nbw OPEN,
^YyYY: 7.;7.7']rurntshing:';>^fae;:777r.7:.7:77
:77'; iiEST-:iVliS'Al;S'S^M^Jyife^:i
H inest Vol: lidiiors: - ;;Gp'od7stabliiig.;
;FIRST7STREET;   ATLIN;   '-7;
BootsY an/i 7;Slioes 7 Ivepai; ed--G iiui'7
11 OotS: - a 7 S pec iii 1 f y .7' Harness:; a J so;
Repaired.::';;::;   7;.Y'..Y 7 \:Y- 7''7-;7";;;7,;->;
:. 'HOTEL::;VANC<IUVER.;7-7
Kmm
THIS HOTEL: IS STOCkEDWlTfl-
7 :'7TH'£';:;BEST:;'.0F7. GOODS 'J-'.
/Y.YSacn^'':Jffhnsl€tne',;-.-Pros:..
■NpifaiB^
■y'.yY 7V'-Limited ^y^y
.7- 7.OnyiMd ifter llie;^ id;J; bf7 ApriV;
19^)4 Jtii<cl - uiilit Vfatrtfier 7ii-oti'^e   tii«
i'ioliowit'ig^ViJM
'}>ef-'7'7'7;7- ■;'::7.;77:7-7yY'7'7;;;:,7 777;77;':':.
7 7; ;Roiigai; 'tip:itb;S ihe lies', I'^ifO!- -Y:Y
,::.7,-;-7.(.|07-7 7;7db;-;7';-ro';7;7iV'7;7; 45-''■/;'".':
V:l77;7db;;77;i7do';::;.-y:2':77:-;^7;;:7^
:7;:^fatcbecli:$50.CK)./7;7-77t7:;.7:.7;;;7;.7;,
7:7 '■'•;S: '■'I X '$i/OO''&/; 1') ■■ ''jU$*$:"e^ll^- '
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lbwedfor casli;attiine'of ord-ering, :7-
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Lo.'SaNUS., l-'i-ciprietoi-. :
::Notice:::©f;:::Forfeitiire.;
ToJL CL N'lieoJl uml uii.v iierson or person*
to whom hu'iimyiiuvi* t runsl'erreil liis interests-in t'M'. li'ii^ene-Vo.: L Jiiifrene N'o. 2,
■Bi'i'sreno. N<>: H .Mineral Cliiims, siliiute ■uho'ii't
2':i miles hoi-tli' ul'.. AtJin, in tlie Atlin .Miiiiu.u-
District -   ■'.. ■ '.   ."■ .-'• 7. .''..-. ■ -Y  ■. 7
Ywn are iie--<-liy reiiiiareii t (i' take not ie.e
tliVit. we liat-e foJ- tlielast: ,i-« ti i* -'-, <1«Vii «'•-■" 111*?.
whole oft he usse.s-aiieiit worh on the aliove
iiiunlioneil Jlinuriil't'JI.aiii'is us reciuireil l).y
See. 2« «f tlia7\l»ne»-a! Act ar.il have puiiit for
recoriliii';- of two certilicates.oi' sneJi, worU,
li'ml yn'ii are hereli.v reanireil to («int rihiite
yciiir_i)i-o.liorii.otU)J7siiel! »>irl< anij vxiicnili-
ture, tofretlier \vkli-ii.lJ eosis of uilvertisiiifr
yo«u- siijd ,i>ix>|w>rt.ion.,; amount in^- to six! y-
.isix-clollarv-atKl iiJiity-one n<iBSt.t}*-«-t liinl
.cents [S(ifiJ5;r,l ex'el'isive of eosts.
If von fuil ur refiise "to cont riliiite'vonr
saiVl j)i'oi>oj-t'ioii anil all costs of ail vert i si njr,
within ninety ilays fivjin rhodate ot'fhe lirst
pnlilk-alitui of this notice in "The -Atlin
(Jliiini," wliioh (U'e is herc-iiniler writti.-n,
yonrintercrttf dn said "iiitiier'il elainis will
Ijeiv-iiiej.vesteiLiii -ns, .viiiii* c«-partners,
iniile'r the .iirovisions oi..'tins' Mineral -le*.
anil Auii.'UilintJ.A/jts., ..■'■."
Dated this 'iij-il diiy of .I nl.'V A. p.. «>«.
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nieets second'?--and :lburth:7Ay«lnes--';
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dii7V7<3. ij:AV;Block; Tliird':Street;
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7.C0KNKK "I'IKST  AVKNUU: AND -DISCOYEKY: STRKUT,'ATLIN.:   ,:7 fa
NOTICE.
To llusnv Mi'.K'AV of Heinnitt,'H. ('-
"^TTO'l''1'1^ £-i I"'1'1'1'-'-' (.■■'»'',•" I'-1' the iinder-
-Ji-> sj-ned, holder of I-7 M. C. N«. HWM.
that, yon linvi! fiiiii'il to keep up your I'ree
Miner's CertiJiejite and laiJed In eon' rllnitu
your pj-»|i'-rtion«l'eMien'li< nre reunired l.'.v
liie II. .(•. A'et Jit) I'll', (inn. I2S dnriii'i the lasl
foiii-yeiirs.iiml'lhiit 'f '" ll"' <"M'iration of
ninety days jMidilk'iition yon  slinnld fail or
refuse t«««iitrUin<f ,w propoj-'ioiMif the
e-vpcndHiire j-cii nired li.v section 2L I o^i.'tlier
with aJJ eon'ts «f nilver*Wus.' und lo yhow
that yiin are and linn; lieen « free-ininer.
ymir inter-cst ,in (lie " A KITIC " icmiI ".(.iAN*
VON Okkjsk " Mineral Clniius. situate on tlie
Left HaniLSide oT l.alte Ueanett ladow the
TmwimcI IJiMiiietl. shall Jieroaie vested in tin:
niiilcrsi^ied w li'» has ,made the reciniri'd expenditure- the whole as provided hy Sect ions
; ll at till ^"-IJ of said Aet«
j M.Miv llo'i'ii',-
V.y t'l-.r.l. ,% Ci.iii.-iM'lil.l.. her-Solicitor-
j Jst pill). .Vll^.^l.l J,>;ili»nll.   V.'l'-
:'7',:-7.;TH E'■:'.■:■'
lALF-WAYflOUSE'
is   a   hiiven   for   all
traveUe.rs. The meals -
iu'e ifi-ee-milliii^ and
Alio  ilu-ose.r-;   in   i.l»i,
ibac- Iks retfrefili'iii-s as.
tlie deiv^f the early
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JAMES CLARK,:
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THE WHITE FASS^
Through   Uno- from  Skaguay   to   Atlin.   Whit*a! Hopm, .'.Big. Salmon,
7 Dawson and all intermediate points.   ;   ' ..
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Finely appointed trains daily, .except, ounaaj,
and Whitehorse.   Carry Passengers, Baggage, Mail and F-xpvo*3-
TIME   SCHEDULE   OF   FlflST CLASS   TRAINS7
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^,,'?*.3^^-*^ ATLIN,     11  C.     SATURDAY,    SKPT1-.MBKR  ';,:;,, sU 7*0 "... ��..  <��<='-<-" ��[''"?; \ foi. yourselves.  C:X:"^tuZ  s .n, so..-., s...-        .,   c. Shurp ,is   in   the   Hospital  II.iv.it   ���'.   ;������   .��.     Co.nn.it tee   Meet',�����>..   ��*<����� " ....  Tli'iii-sdu' in each  month.  llev. 1''. I,. Stenl.en^on. Sector.  with an injured leg/caused by the  fall of y rock' while mining on  Boulder Creek.  Bv  everv  boat K. L. Pillinan &  ���    .���,   ��� Co. 'receive the finest assortment of  S,.    Andre's's   V resi.yleriau  Ch.ircl.   hold  S    ;::uV'SX:o;n.;he\:ioM-   of,l,e,....rnin,:  ����rvi".-.    II.-v- L.T.irUiiiwt.m. Mnn>l��..  Mrs.   Bom pas,    wile   of   Bishop  Bompas, is here on a,visit.  McDonald's Grocery makes a  specialty of fresh eggs and butter.  Mr. Hy. Maliiiw 'left /or Paris  this week. He will return with  .Airs. Malum and child eaily next  season.  Well assorted Stock of Domestic  and Imported Cigars al Bourne's.  Mr.    and    Mrs.    I;I.    Duni.   and  daughter,    accompanied   bv   Capt.  Smith,    Lieut.   Smith    and     Mrs.  Smith,   of Skagway.  arrived   here  on   Sunday.    The   gentlemen   left  on Monday's boat   and   the   ladies  are the guests of Mis. \V. J. Robin-  sou. I  The O. K.  BarberShop for Hot  or Cold Baths at all hours, 50 cents.  Norman McLeod, while having a  friendly wrestling match with  Phil  ' Hampton, broke his  leg above the  ankle.      He is at the Hospital.  . N. C. Wheeling has now one of  the best assorted stock ot Groceries  in this Camp., Specialties in Kggs,  Butter and Cheese.  Dr.  Keller and   " Micky"   Rich  obtained in Atlin  A verv worthy object   deserving  support is the building of a Skating  Kink iu  Discovery.     We all   know  the disadvantage our Atlin  skaters  were placed in by'V.nl getting siilli-  cieul opposition and   it   is up lo us  to   help   the   boys   and   create   lhe  opposition necessary lo   the   lile "I  sport.     A   smoking'   concert,    pie-  sided   over   by Mr. A.J. Kappele,  will be given al the   Nugget   Hall,  Saturday, 24th Sept., the total proceeds to   be   devoted   to   the   Rink  fund.     Over   a   dozen   of  the   best  talent will take part   in   the   entertainment.    Tickets, 500.^  The Scotia goes out twice a week  I now, Mondays and Thursdays.  Carry nothing but, the best  qualities and brands of  Groceries- that can be procured for the Northern Trade.  &sr Call and-inspect, our stock before buying your fall supplies.  SHIKfiS. "     OLD SEAL uw  THE   IRON   STORE*  Vov Fresh Fruit and Vegetables,  Pillman's are always iu the lead..  $100.00 REWARD.-One hundred dollars rewind will lie paid for  information leading to the conviction of the party or parties who have  been maliciously placing Poison  around, thereby causing death of  valuable dogs.���N. C. Whkkung.  CONTRACTS called for Sacking  150 tons of.Magnesite and  deliver-  ijr.   incmc.   ....��      ���;           ing same on Pearl St. Wharf.   Send  arrlson had some good sport at. the   sealed   bid   to   A, C.   HiRSCiiFKU).  - *    'particulars   on   application.      Bids  close on Wednesday, 281V1 Sept.  POST���-Nob off shade on baby  carriage.-- Peiurn 10 Mrs. Plumbic  For'Jumbo Wool-Top Mattrcsss  aiul Supported Springs, Feather  Pillows, Blankets, Quilts, go to  Dune's*.  On at:d after August ,st and until further no.ice, the follou.ng ��,ll  be the rates for lights ; accounts collectible monthly :  FIFCTRIC    LIGHT    PATHS: - Installation,   $y.$o per light.  3 Gandle Power Incandescent $,*7S per month per hqht  *362 ',',' " " S.50  All burned-out or blackened lamps will "^^^^M  free ofcba.^e, if brought, to the Company s olhce, but h.okeii ones  be charged lor at 30 cents each.  MODERN STEAM LAUNDRY IN CONNECTION : 1\A���J* ����"*���.����.  When You Want Job Printing  Call and Get Prices at The  Atlin Claim Office.     .  head of McKee   Creek   this   week, I Particulars   ����f "rPj^su"'  ,.i��c. r,n \\ fdiies(la\. 20111 '  ami the Editor, as a consequence,  is living high. They got over .50  birds in one day.  I f vou want a good meal go to the  Quick Lunch Room, Mrs Henning'  proprietress.  Mr. Wheeloek was among the  arrivals this week.  New Flies and Fishing Tackle at  C. R. Bourne's. I  Harvey C. Irwin will be brought  back today from Caribou on a. warrant charging him with misappropriating seven ounces of gold  from the Minnie Paul Group on  Spruce Creek.  If you want the  latest Magazines  and Papers, go lo Pillman's. I  The Ladies of St. Martin's  Church Guild will hold their annual sale of work in the Roman  Catholic Church, corner of Third  aud Tray nor Streets, ou Wednesday next, 28th Sept. Doors will  be open at 8 p. m.   Admission, free:  ex-l     .      Fancy    work,    table  linen,   draperies,   hand-knit   socks  and   mits   and   many��� other   useful  'articles will be  for  sale.    Refreshments   will   be   seivcd'  during the  evening.  We are better prepared to lake care of large orders on  HAY,.   OATS    AND    FEED,  than any' house this side of S��u.e.-   Perish;, hies a Specialty.  Rose of Ellensburg Butter,  Chase & Sanborn's Coffee,  Standard Oil Co.  Preferred Stock of Canned Goods,  '   Blue Ribbon Tea.  gJOV~ Satisfaction Guaranteed.  NOTICE.  -*VrrOTI('l7. ^ herehy -riven that, within till  JlN duy,, from date. I intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works,  foi- permission to purchase tlii- followinir  descrihed land, situate in tin- Atlin District:  ���('oniniencinsrnt a post marked "CM. H's"  N. I', corn.t, planted alioiit one mill' south ol  tllii mouth of MeKee ('reck ami oiie-lmlf  mile from I .tiki' front, thence southerly 40  chains, thence westerly IU chains, thence  imi-t lii'ily 4H chains, thence easterly 40 chums  to point ol' commencement, eoiitniiiinsr 1���  ,.���;r.'s ...oil- or l.-s. (,_M    ���AjlsllAW.  Atlin. II. C7. .July 27th. 1804.  THE ROSS-HIGGINS CO.  SKAGWAY,   ALASKA.  Wholesale   and     Retail    Butcher  FIRST   STREET,  ATLIN, B. C.  NOTICE.  J- HI-'lll-'HY (jive notice that within 0(1 clays  -L lrom iliito. I inteiul to apply to the  Chief (Joininissioner uf Lauds and Works for  permission to purchase the following dc-  siTilioil iri-omiil. sitmilP in rlie Atlin l>isli-u-t:  .-('oininenciiin al a post niarkeil " S. II. PV  X 1'. corner post, planted ahout two miles  south of the mouth or MclCec Creek mid one  half mile from l.nku front, thence southerly  10 liliuins. thence westerly 10 ehains. thence  northerly -HI ehains, thence easterly 40 chains  to point, <>!' commencement, coutuiiiitijr l,in  acres more or less. s   M    |1|[.Mm..  Atlin. H. C.,.Inly 27th. 1001.  ATMS,   H.   (;-  SHELF AND  HEAVY   HARDWARE,    Tin and Granite Ware, -���=^=_=^~-sass-*"**  Miners' and Blacksmiths' Supplies,     Doors and Windows.  Furniture and mattress Factory.  |  ������..���.:��������.,,. ���   M. FOLEY  ���':'���'   ATL'l.N,  H. C. ..,' .7  BREWERS   OF   LAGER  BEER.  SMALL    AND    LA RGK'.' ORDERS    PROMPTLY    FILLED.  9  FULL LINE OF-STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.  I-ii'ST Srui'KT,    Atlin.  r,   ,   ������    " Z ""��� �� o r   I KEEP NONE BUT PRIME STOCK-LOWEST MARKET PRICES.  HloinY Oats,  Chop   heed   branv etc., ccc.i  m  i^afK

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