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 ?  'o  iA  T3T  I i  " "<b\  \p>, I  ���l.W  VOL:    6.  ATPPX, P.. C. SATURDAY.   APRIL  is,    r<;02.  NO.   143.  I  '...  .MSI  IT  km i  Tluil the public should know we have a,large Stock of    ''  BOOTS    AND    SHOES  'Phis week we opened   up a   large   consignment which arrived last  We must sell, which means We will Sacrifice:  .Men's Fine Shoe's, Black and Tnii^Ainericati "    '  and Caiuuliar- innke;     Men's Good Working  Shoes;    Padics Shoes, Bulloncd  and Paced;  Children's Slides in all sizes and grades. ,  j\ll  oi' the  very best quality money ean  buy.  I'"nl  Call and be convinced llial each and every one  who buys a pair will get a snap.  Remevi ber. we have dropped to the lowest notch on  Groceries.  , BLACKETT & CO.  The Canadian Bank.'of Commerce.  + " t        '���  CAPITAL    PAID    UP   S3,oop,'ooo.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle, ..  . ;. San Francisco,  ���    ' Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Exchange soid 'bin' alS Points.  Cold Dust Pukchaskii���tAssay Oi'kick in Connkction.  J.  S.  MUNRO, Maung.-r.  LOUSS '��� SCHUU,  Wholesale   -.and'   Retail     Butcher  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN,   B.   C  TfAIM   '  mmimnm  Gold Export from Atlin Last  Year.  Tho Banks Purchased and Exported More Than Was Paid Royalty Upon.  *����?*  1$?  The Vancouver General' Store,  Dealers  in Provisions,   Drv   (.roods,   .Etc.,  A.   S,    GROSS   &    _?��?.  3 svaa^'U   Dwlwy will. _fy$#$wi&_a_&&��  , SPKCIAl.TIKS   IX  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY. '  fi'G&Si Broad, Rye /Bread, etc.  Chas.  Mykr, Proprietor.  Cluoil  ICoomi to  !{i!iit--n.v tho Day, Weuft oi- Month ut rensoiiahlo rates.  ISriS,  Acinn Club nml Ulmiiijiio HoiikBit" Skates. --���Men's  11 n IT Soli-;- ninl Sim- .N'.-iil-    ��� Hcui'i  i       Piston ft Son'-. Saivs. WimloM'ii, Poni's. (il.is<. mill  I'nitc.v, i-tc. etc.  Full Line of Winchester���Black & Smokeless - -i-Mfle & Shotg-iut  Cartridges.  Goods   Uourjfit   Sold   ami   CxiluiiHjrrt.  In our .issue ol" February i 5Lf-  last, a record was given of tlie  amount of gold iijuni which royal; \  was paid during Llie last Lhice seasons. A denial was also made to  the rumours which were afloat that  royally had been paid lasl'year upon more gold than had actualh  bsen taken out. h was estimated  thai the amount taken out was not  less than $500,000 and thai tin.:  banks had purchased much less  ihiiii one half.  We are now enabled lo verify  on: denial as lo the' output exceeding- the amount of gold upon which  royalty was paid by the receipt  and publication of authentic returns  of the amount of gold purchased  and exported by the two local  banks during last season. The  amount..^shipped' by the Pank of  British North America was $139-  999, and by the Ba::k of Commerce,  $7.1,000, "making a total of practically :S2it,ooo. The greater proportion of these shipments went to  Hie SeaUlr' Assay office, but at the  kilter vmkI of the season some of the  shipments went to the Dominion  Assay office in Vancouver.  As stated in oar previous in tide,  till: amourt o: gold upon v i,!' h  r<v, rPiy was p:i>'d '.vis.-, 1 .}, 1 .���! ouui-cs,  vaiued .il Siv p"f ouiii'c, .'.'iving  Slov,.y3') bill U h."..1- !:.������:���]) ::-.i;e:'i allied mat ihe amount furnished by  the Mining Recorder to the Mines  Department for its annual report  was 13,109, at an average value oi  S1.5.25 per ounce. Thus it will be  seen thai notwithstanding this increased amount ou which royalty  was paid, the banks exported-more  gold, by fully $12,000, than statistics account for. ��� "Quod erat demonstrandum."'  SEOUIES  Last Rites Over tHe Body of  Rhodes.  The Canadian   Northern ' Railway  Bill   Before-the   House.",��� A  '  Welcome Piece of News.  London, April Slh.���London  P'-nrnrds' are not enthusiastic ir.  their comments on Cecil Rludes:  plan of educating perpetually ��� a-  hundred American .students at Oxford.' ' "���  Cecil"Khodes in his will made  many bequests lo various portion*  of the Empire, but British Columbia is entirely omitted among these.  The body of the dead statesman  is today lying in slatcapBulawnyo.  On the 10th instant he will' be interred in . 'a tomb cut out of the  solid rock on a hill, called the  " Brow of the World.'-' Religious  services synchronizing with the  memorial service will beheJd'in St.-  Pauls in London.  iea Bank = of>: British = North = America  listiililislir-fl"hi ISM.    liK-(ii'|ionU.i.��d by Royal Charter.  Paid IP- Cai'itai,    -    -    -    -    -    -   $4,S66,666.  , KnsEKVfi Fund   -.'.-������- .--   -   -    -   .$',776,333  Plead Office in Canada: Montreal. PL S/riKivMAN,' General  Manager.  Branches iii all the principal cities.of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco, Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, .Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Etc.  In. further confirmation of the  paragraph, which appeared in last  week's issue, ancul the sale  of the Lakeview property to  Pennsylvania capitalists, it might  be. weli to quote, from the Franklin  ICveiiing News that the company  which is lo be organized "will be  done under the laws of .Arizona,  and the committee appointed to attend lo the incorporation consists of  the following: J. 1\ Meals of Oil  Cit3', Henry P. Shaner of New  Castle, Dr. J. P. Strayer, of Oil  City, and LP M. Lock wood and J.  R. Robertson of Franklin, Pa."  The  property   from   representations made at  the  meeting-, is desr  cribed as "one of the  richest finds  in district.  , Ottawa, April Sin.-���The Canadian .;-NoriL-ier.il-. Jiaikvay- bill was  before the Railway Committee of  the .House this .- morning;-, P.when  the Minister of-'Railways'declared  that il was the intention'of-the  Governmemt lo do every!hing in  ils power lo aid and! further Uic  construclion of'the new transcontinental     line    through    northern  .-inada. The Yellowheacl Pa.--.--  routc has had to be abandoned ii!  consequence of the discovery of  several large glaciers, and it has  iin.v been decided that the main  line will either follow the norili  arm of the Fraser or the Pine Rive:  Pass. The clause proposing lo increase the capital by ten million'-- ���  has been deferred foi' "later discussion. ��� ���    .--     ���''������    .'-.-['   ��^��L r-P-��� ' '"-  The following---letter,'- addressed  lo the Secretary o'fP the * Hoard of  Trade, will doubliess-fee read with  very much pleasure by the people  of tlie district, particularly those  owning property'- ridjacent to and  dependent ��� upon water ' from the  Pine Creek Power Co. The letter-  is dated   at   Victoria,   li.C.' March  -'5tl��:  Dkak Sik:���1 have just had the  asMiranoe ol the Minister of .Mines  that the matter of the Pine Ciecl:  Power Co., would be referred Ij.k'k  to Mr. J. D. .Graham, to aci in the  premises as-if the telegram sic.jn.i-'  by Mr. J. C. Brown had never :<--.':  sent. 'This, I believe, will nn-.n ������<.  satisfactory solution of that trouble.  I am glad you have got an amicable settlement of the Jap <;��� lotion. ���Yours truly,  ��� "Jamks Stahj',;:'-.  ���Placer  Act, '"1901,  for sale at this oflfce.  L'o 11 solid j to  i!'t|.  i v��wi-ii4*j.T��.w��Mif| ���->������;.!*&��� *ysf*i~". , f  \ ATI.IN,'B.C.. SATURDAY,   APKIL' ra.   1902.  The AtSin Claim.  m1 ".t"  l)V  l'uljlklicd    nvi-r.v    Siilnriluy   mornlii  ��    T'.IS ATI.IN Ol.AISI   l*t,-|ll,lSMIStl Co.  A. C. IlllihfaifKl.l), KlHTOII.  U. Todii Licks. Siili-Kclitop.  OHii-i' 11 f nnliliii.-itioii Pi'iirl S\, Atlin,' II. (J.  Ailvci'tijiliiHT   Hull's :   SI.OU   per  ini-li, I'acli  insert ion.    Ki-uiliii^: niilii-c^, tiri   routs u lini1.  Spei-iul CiintraiM   Kali's on application.  Tin- subscription price is  $fi  u   y����ni-   pny-  ��� nlilo in uilvmiL-r'.     No |i (per w ill lie ili-livi-i'i-il  tin loss t his i-oinlition is complied with.  FIGURE  Relating to the Local Record  Officei  Saturday,  Ai'un.  is,  1902.  County Court will -sit in Atlin  on June 10th.    So says   the advertisement in another  column:-    Tt is  with   the   authority of Judge Henderson of the County Court of Vancouver, that the Court will  be held  here, and to   Mr. JP M. N. Woods,  S, M., we are indebted for the welcome information.  Tt is to-be hoped  that the silling of the County Court  will not be a temporary matter but  that   whoever   is__ deputized   to   sit  in Atlin  may   either receive a permanent   appointment   or   be in   a  position to recommend the same.  Showing the Volume of Business  Transacted During Last  Year.  As Tin-: season advances and  people arc returning from the'out-  side, it is very natural that the  question be asked, "What are the  prospects for the season?" Our  answer, without equivocation,  would be, " Allin's prospects never  were brighter.  At this lime   of  year,   when the  winter drifling   operations   are, (or  the most part, discontinued, owing  to Pick of clumpage   room, and too  much snow and ice in the creeks lo  permit sluicing- lo.be  begun, there  is a feeling   prevalent among many  people lliat is both   uncalled for in  camp   and   reflects   no credit upon  those who harbor the reeling. True, I  ready money is   pretty   scarce- -we  know it only loo well���but   that is  no reason for   people   to   want   lo  ���   show    the   while   feather.    Quartz  developments   have   only  begun lo  show a source   of revenue,   which,  in the early days of Atlin as a placer  gold field, was unlooked   for.    Today, this feature of our prospects,is  described   by one of the  most conservative  mining men who visited  the district   last fall,   as "a-second  "Butte," and   we   know that such a  remark was not made at random.  Though rumours cannot always  be immediately verified, we have  every reason to believe that two  stamp mills', and a large dredge  will be among the early shipments  when navigation opens, lo say nothing of the possible commencement of a smeller at Taku. It is  reported that the Sunrise Co. Will  endeavour to make up this year  for the time that was lost last season, by the employment of a very  large staff of men.  Il is  confidently   expected   that  all the hydraulic  companies operating this year'will  be able to show  profitable   and    gratifying   returns  before  the season   is   very far advanced,   and   work   will be begun  several weeks earlier than last year,  owing   lo   the   light  snowlall and  small amount of frost in the ground.  Our  argument always  has been  and   ever   will   be, that those who  stay with the camp will be rewarded  for their patience.    Those who are  dissatisfied   had   belter   pull    out  while the trail is goodp their  room  is- better than their company !  Anticipating the annual report of  ihe Mines Department., we are permitted , lo publish the following  statement of the Gold Commissioner's Office in Atlin, of the business recorded last year, which may  prove of interest lo, our readers.  These figures,,some might say, will  not bear very favorable comparison  with the statistics of former years,  but before deducing comparisons it  were well, to carefully weight the  circumstances and conditions gov-  crning the same:  Mineral claims recorded    136  Certificates of work issued   183  Notices filed ---^S  Bills of Sale recorded  52  Certificates   of   improvements  issued  3  Free Miners' Certificates issued 10S7  Placer claims recorded  519  Notices of grouping and representation filed .- '.. 12S  . 1  Permission granted lo re-stake  placer claims 9  Bedrock flume grants issued    3  Abandonments of placer claims  filed    27  Leave of absence granted from  placer claims 746  Orders issued under   Part IX."'" "������  of the Placer Act   ..'..'.9  Placer claims re-recorded 743  Bills of sale (placer) recorded...403  Hydraulic-   '..Mining  ^  .-Machinery.  HYD'KAULIC   DERRICKS ��� From 3 lo 10 tons lifting capacity.  1-1 AND    POWER    DERRICKS   of.'r   to  2  tons lifting capacity.  HYDRAULIC    GRAVEL    ELEVATORS,  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER    GATES,  ANGLE   STEEL .RIFFLES    &  .HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PIPE.  The Joshua Hendy Machine Works.  NOS.   38   10 44   I'KKMOST  STKKKT,  .      ' SAN    PRANCISCO,   CAL.  Write for prices, circulars and catalogues, or call on  A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C.  Atlin Lumber &��  A."J. BAKER  Manager/  Lumbering   in   ait   Sis ' Branches.  Mn.i.s at Ati.in, B. C.  Branch Okkicic at Discovjcry  T  rsP  This   New  16th,  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, E. C.  and   Commodious   Hotel was opened lo the Public,  April  1901.���Everything in it is New.���Strictly First Class.  CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS ANt) CKJARS CA.SE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  Cbe Jiflitt 0Kap ���a$D Store,  The   Doings   of   the Mining  Companies on ��� Taku Arm.'  At a meeting, recently held in  Skagway, of the stockholders of  the Engineer Mining Co., the resignation of the old hoard of directors was accepted and the following  were elected to act for the unexpired term: C. E. Shepard, Seattle,  M. B. King, Oscar Card, Frank  McDonald and H. B. LeFevre of  Skagway. At the annual meeting  of stockholders, which will be held  ou the 25th inst, a new election  will he held.  TO make room for large Spring importations, 1 have decided to undersell Cut Rates already Advertised, and, in  addition, quote   -.he   following prices:  Alert Bay Salmon, per cioz1     52.50  Worcester Sauce        ,, 3-oo  Simco Jam, 5-lh pail ���   yo  Ev. Apples,  5 lbs        . 1.00  Apricots ,, 1.00  Peaches ,, ft 5  Moccasins,  $2.00 per   pair.  Pears ,, 75  Cooking Figs ��� 65  Sugar, 8 lbs 1.00  Cheese, per lb 25  Lubeck Sliced Potatoes, per lb     30  Ham and Bacon, per lb ��� 25  Pell  Overshoes   &   Manitoba   Arctics,  Ladies' & Children's Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods, etc., etc., at cost.  Crosse & BlackwelPs Jams and Marmalades and all other Goods  Reduced   10 to 20 per cent.  All Goods Warranted and if not Satisfactory Money Returned.  e  ��  R. 'E. Stevens, Secretary of-the  Gleaner Mining and Milling Co.,  who recently returned lo White  Horse from the coast says that  work will be resumed on the company's property as soon ��� as the  season opens.  On a property adjacent to the  Gleaner group a working bond is  now being negotiated with Sail-  Francisco parties.  �� THE    KOOTENAY   HOTEL.  George E. Hayes, Proprietor  Cor. Imkst and Tkainok Strkkts.  No definite instructions have yet  reached Atlin as to the intentions of  the Montana syndicate who have  taken a bond on the White Moose  group, but it is expected that engineers will be sent in as soon as  navigation opens to make a thorough examination and , report upon-  the, property. When work is begun, it will be done systematically.  TliU l-'i i-fct. Class Hotel lias lieen rnmotltslrd mill refurnished throughout  ��� mid offers tho lie.".t accommodation to Transient or Pci'iniiuoiit  S .  Giie&ts.���American and Kuropean phui.  o Finest Wines, ILitictoJrs and Gigai*s.  o Billiards . and   Pool.  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN  FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  French   Restaurant in   Connection.  Davib Hastie,   Pkopriktor.  Corner..of First and Discovery .Streets.  T.  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Month.  AMERICAN    AND    EUROPEAN    PLAN.  J. I'. JJosb, Miiu�����ur.  m  ia 1  <p  P:  ,'*(';'  ���ill  ,*<  ���l*'r.  ���:5��l  p*s.  l-*a^����MMMiiiiiiiMiiii)B_BgBBBB  mi  if  m 1  n  ATLIN,   P.  C.   SATURDAY,   APRIL   12-,   1902.  ,   WV&>  can   give   You   as Good Value'for your CASH'as  " ^*      any House in Town. <-  i   Try   us-   with   it   sstssi   ss@@a  Ifl.'**  rocenes9 pe^ovssiohs.  Giant   Powder  on   hand.  _*^���  aset* $  CHURCH OPPO  *k&  S  ?fi!S,"  3HIW  To Religious- Ceremonies   at  the Coronation.  'Canadian Gallantry,��� An Entire  Contingent Rondo-rod Mors do  Combat.  London, ..April <Slh.---I:i spile of  the opposition of Cardinal linni-  polla, Papal Secretary of Slate, the  Pope has decided to scud, special  missions .both to the coronation of  Edward VII, and lo the festivities  attendant..lo the,.coronation of Al-  fon/.c ol Spain. The Cardinal's opposition to the st-mling erf a mission  to England is based ii]��3n' the refusal ol" the Mritish Parliament, lo  change the anti-Catholic formula of  the accession oath, and Monsign'or  Merry del Vale, whom the Pontiff  designated lobe chief of the mission  openly refused lo gotto England  while the present wording of Lhe  oalh is retained. The 'mission,  nevertheless, will be sent and will  be tinied to arrive in London a lew  hours after the religious ceremony,  repeating the diplomatic manoeuvre  carried out at the coronation of the  Czar at Moscow.  WANTED.  San Francisco Murderer Supposed to be Coming North.  A Youthful Suicldo -~ A Veteran  Monarch���Prominent Nobleman Dead.  London', April fUli. ��� The suggestion that the Prince ol Wales  n'llcnd the dedication of the new  home of the New York Chamber  ol" Commerce excites the liveliest  surprise as well as sntisfVieliou, as  tending to sh.nv an iudica.itiii ol"  the good feeling on the pari, of the  leading members of An,erica's industrial communis v.  AH I SB*  ffiugget arastf &\ap<e?  Rings  And All Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured on the Premises.  jggST"    Why send out when you can gel goods as clicap here?  W&tCffcas Friona $3 infls.   Fecia ,Liff2a of Souvenir Spoons,  JULES EfifiERT & SON, Tlie 'Swiss Watchmakers.  Frank Mob ley,  Taxicierrntst:*  ATLIN,    B.C.  Purs and Skins dressed���Birds and  Animals sin (Ted.  Prices can   be obtained  upon application lo A. C. IIiKKcrn/j-xD,  -  Specimens   on   exhibition   and   for  sale at -.be Claim Office.  Londox, April Slh. ��� All the  world is talking today of the gallantry of the Canadians' recent engagement at Plarts rjver, Transvaal. The Hoers, commanded by  Kemp Poitgieter, attacked with  great determination, but the Canadian contingent and two squadrons  of yeomanry, under Col. Cookson,  and artillery, the Mounted Rifles  under Col. Keir, presented such  ' a strong" front that the Burghers  were forced to retreat. The casualty list shows that the 2nd C. M. I.  had four officers wounded, nine men  killed and forty wounded. Not one  officer ��� or man escaped injury.  Craubrook, B. C, and London,  Ontario, are tbe chief contributors  'to the casualty list.  Washington, Ij: C, April Sth.  --Col. Crowder'bf Chicago, who is  connected with the Adjutant-Genc-  rar.sDepartmeut, has been appointed  to make a thorough inquiry into the  alleged British military camp-at  Port Chalmetle,' La. Th- Port  Chahneltc- railway people claim  .ownership and full control of the  land.  p imami  ColINlY  CtJL'KT OI-' VASflOllVXl!,  ATMS.   K.  C.  HOUIBN  AT  Vancoi. V'ER, April Sth.���It is  reported that the son of Yang Yu,  former Chinese "Minister to Russia  (whose death occurred at St. Petersburg ou February 17th), died'on  Saturday in that city, and it is said,  by'his own hand. The son went  to St. Petersburg to'repatriate the  bodv of his father.  London, April Sth.���The breaking up of the French barque. Rus-  sie. bound for Newfoundland,  which went ashore at St. Catherines, fsle of Wight, produced extraordinary scenes. The cargo  supposedly consisted of salL in  casks, bul scores of casks came  ashore containing thousands 01"gallons of wines "and spirits.. The inhabitants for miles: around flocked  to the beach and drank or appropriated the liquor before the c.us  toms or police authorities arri  Vancouver, April S.���Bennett,  the cruel murderer of Nora Fuller,  in San Francisco, has been traced  as far as this city and is positively proven to have been a passenger  hence to Seattle via the steamer  Mainlauder. Il rs believed be went  from the Sound city north either lo  Dawson or Atlin.  JvTOTfC��� is liercli.v Riven tlitit the above  Court will sit ut the Court House, Atlin, li. C on Tuesday, the I0th iln.v of1 June  next ensiling, at the hour of 10o'clock, n.m.,  for the purpose of heariiiR all causes and  other matters that may he set down for  trial.  Dated ut Atlin. B. C, this 12th day of April,  1902. E. 11. X. Woods,  1 ' Rejrisi rar.  J;OK,  OJ'  Alaska,   Yukon . and  Northern   B.C..  I--ROM  Skagway to Atlin & Dawson-  GO  TO  HIRSCIiFELD'S  Notice.  Piiovinciaij Skchetahy's Offick.  ISth Unroll, 1902.  TjrS HONOUlt the Lieutenant-Governor  in Council, uiuler' the provisions of the  " Liquor Licence Act, 1(10(1.'" has been pleased  to estahlish the iiiider-Mientioiied district  for the purposes of this Act:���  Atlin   IjIc.ksgr   Disti.-ict.  All  the   territory    comprised   within   the  boundaries of the  Atlin   Luke and   llennett  I.like Mining; Divisions.  ���   London,   April  Pulgaria-  -,  ������> ith  yoking retaliation,  laled    Mussulman  Kirk  Iviliussoh,   r  KUi.���A band of  lie object of ;>ro-  kiiled and inuti-  peasauts near  orllieasl   Adriu-  nople, then seeking refuge in Bulgaria, hoping to be pursued and anticipating a conflict with Frontier  Guards.  PROVINCIAL   PECfiliTAKY'S   OFi-TCH,  JvfOTICIi is hereh.v driven that application  will lie made to the Parliament of Cnnn-  da, at tho next Session thereof for an act tn  incorporate a company with jiower to liuild,  equip, maintain and eperute a linn or line;  of ruihvny from some point on Kitimat Inlet in Coast,District, in the Province of llri-  tish Columbia, thence l>j" the most convenient and feasible route to Hnzelton on  Skeena River in the Gassiar District in  said Province, thence from said Ilazvltoii  by the most feasible and pi'aeticable route to  u point ou the Northern Boundary line of  the Province of Hriti-di Columbia at or near  Tc-lin l.nkt-rir- Atlin Lake or.ljoth;. And also from s���.id ilazellfjii by I he inn-jt. reasonable ami I'l-u^ibh- rimtrrn :-. point nt or u:��ftt-  thc Eastern f!"i:tid:u-.v ~l:u-.- til :l.<: i'roi in--*  via Skeeu.-i, iJ.tbine. In-ill,:; oil, Oi.-iint-ou sin:  Jfiula.v ltirers lo Peace filw-r P .-'.��������. 'henc*  liasterly to the Eimtaru I>oii>i.ii;-r of tin  Province; thence to a point a: u- rirurLtl-,  rnoiiton,: in the Northwest Ten-iioriet <>!  Canada, with authority also to enustrm-r,  equip, maintain 'and operate branches fro-.p  any point in the proposed line or lines, no:  exceeding in uny one case thirty mileu in  length : and with power to construct, ucuuirs  own and maintain wharves and docks in con-  nculion therewith : and to coiistruct.owii,acquire, equip and niaiutiiin steam and other  vessels and boats, and operate the same on  any navigable waters; and to construct, operate and maintain telegraph and telephone  linos ulon.p: the routes of said railway ami  its brunches, or in connection therewith, and  to transmit messages, for commercial purposes, and to collect tolls therefor ; and te  acquire and receive from uny Government,  corporation, or persons, grants of land,  rijdits   of way.  money,   bounces,  privilesrs  JL.TIS   1IO.VOUR   the    Lieutoiiant-Govcrnoi- ��� or other assistance in aid of theconstruction  in Council  has   been   pleased   to   make   of the    Company's uudertakiiiR-, and to eou-  the following appointments:��� ,        uect with and to enter into trafl'ic or   other  ISth .March, 11102.       arrangements   with railway, steamboat   or  To   be   Licre.s-r.-i-,   GoaiMldSioxiius   for tho   other cuniiiunies, and for   all rights, poweri  Atlin Li.-c-iicp District��� ( and iirivilejres nucessni-y, usual   or incidnii-  ALSii.liiiS S. Cliusti. of Atlin, LViuirc, -LP.     tal lo all or any of the aforesaid piirpovox.  Ri'ViCLSTOi-cu, April Sth.���The  ii-year old son of Air. Turnross of  this town committed suicide last  ui��hl by hanging himself. No  reason is assigned.  Pondon,      April .   Sth. ���������King  Christian of   1 leinu.ark   today   cele-  ved     j''ini,ei'   lll-s".84U1 liirthday, entering  i hearlily into aJI tip-.f^stivitie.';.  London,  April  Sih.'--Tbe  l-'er-.j . \;  sian Government, with .Russia's  consent, is issuing' bonds for a gold  loan of 10,000,000 roubles, wii'li interest at 5 per cent guaranteed by  all the Persian customs, excepting  those of tlie Peisiau Gulf and ports  of Fat-islam ���  u\\ VokiP,   Aprirs'tb. Samuel  JonK.i'il   l)i:E   Gisahasi,  of Atlin.   Ks(|uire,  S. M  ���I. yTPCLAlK Hi.ackett. of Atlin, Lst|uirt>,  To be Chief Licence   Inspector for the Atlin    Licence    District.    Constable    Waubii  Owi'.ss. of Atlin.  Dated   this 4th day of February, A. D-IUM.  J. A. Germiiill.  Solicitor for Applicants.  LAND ACT,  1901,  Certificate of Improvements.  Van Htavern was hanged-', at Camden, New Jersey, this morning for  the murder of his. wife.,  London, April Sth.���Pord KiiiiP  berly who has been'ill., for some  time, died this afternoon.  HOCK   OK    AGK.S   ULNUItAL   CLATM,  Siicati: on Pine. Cukkk, Atmn Division,  Cashiau Distiiict. 15. C.  VfOTlCU is lmrejiy'(jiven  that  We.   P.   A,  Wis;... W, O.' ���Mitchell and    N.   H.   Kun-  nalls. intend. .Si.\ty .lays Trom date, to  apply In lbi. Milliner Rccordfir for a ('crti-  Ih-iii." i>f' 1 iniJi-nviMuoiit -: fi/!- I h<: purpiw of  oliiiiiiiii^tra Crown Grant of the ribovn iniin'--  vni rl;i.iin. .  Am. rriivn^.i;, Ttikn n.-li<.-<r t.iiar B.-tion  tiiiili.-i- .'-crtiuii '���'"> ini.!-,l. lit'- oo:'Ain[-in.-i:-J.bi.-lorii  the i-.Miaiicu i.i such Ccviiiicate of Improvements.  JJiiteil .this :lrd day of Pebruary, lflfia.  If. 'A. Wise".  W. G.  MIXC1IF.LI,..  mcl-fiOd N, IT. Kusnam.s.  "I���  ���Placer  Act,   1901,  for sale at this office.  consolidated,  Ism a 1, Post: ��� lirttisli Yukon Navigation  Company, Limited, Sxmth-east Corner  Post:  'T'AKK notico tlint, sixty days after date, I  on behalf of the British Yukon Navigation Company. Limited Liability, intend to  apply to the Chief Commissioner of Land*  and Works for permission to purchase for  terminal unil industrial puriKjsen, ou Ixdialf  of the said company, the following- described  tract of laud in the, Atlin Mining Division ot  C.'iKMiu', li. C.. containing i<) acres, more or  lev--, eomniiiiiciiiff at a ixist planted on the  shore of the west side of Atlin Luke, at or  near the outlet of Atlin bake into the Atliu-  too Kivcr. unil on tin; northerly limil.of Mtid  outlet, thence ritiiiiinpr west ten (10) chains,  thence north forty (-10) chains, thmice east  ten (10) chains to its paint 'of intej-scctioa  with tho west shore of Atlin Lake, tbetiee.  southerly forty (40) chains ulone; the shore  of the Haid lake to its point of commencement. '  Bhitish Yukon Navigation Co., Ltd.,  per P. K. Schni'scliiriidt, Affei>t.  Dated this Kith day of llnreh, IWlii.  mr-Ji-S-t  J,  ���'li  "TP  ~-��* .ii>v*JiiAZ.sw ici.'iw.fjij'-^l  '$��r,4tr}i2��&Wjai-n  ,ATf;ttj;';B,g;psATtfrn^YiPAPkiP, ������ ii;:r uk^.;;';  .:(';:'-:!  :l"'!:\--o  Ci'PP  11?  p-p;  l^tppp  17 ;���!'.: ~'-"'  .���.���j^.t&.-^.i,;,,!^.  PfeKED UP HERE AND TliERE;  '.Cliuroh ' of lirifvliiud :        ���; ' : ;,  '���'���"��� SL Murliu's C,liuro!i,:c(.)i'. Thi nt umi.T,rnin-  ur 'it reels!   hjini'lny; s^rvi  -in.i.MveMsoti,"  :J-  o.  iNortbn '���,  N  orioa, ��� successor to  ' Cor  ;is.-h  PoP  thePpiiblie. thai .1  is,  Geuen  'Merchandise; PStbreP on  M'tit.liis rtt   li il.  SUi'.p.1 til. 'Celebration of. Holy  : Commiiuioi'.j  1st, Sunday in '.each.month and  :nn.Special 'occasioi  day ut" ,-8 .p.   in;  Thursday in each 'month  tis...Sunday: School, 'Sun-'  imittee   Jlootiu^s,   1st  ��� Kev. If. L. Stephenson, Rector.,:  Presbyterian  Church   bold  , St..    Andre  ���: services in    thi-. Church  on .Second.Street.  PWoriiitiji- service, at.ll; uvonitiji service;"  "Sunday School at. the. ylosu <  :30  if  Hi  i�� morninjr  He  i.   R  II, Minister.  If:  Rending Room, to which all lire welcome.  p'p'Ai) :excelleut: map of; therAt-  liu district has'juslibeen completed  ;bvMessrs.v Grina van-and ^Robertson i-.  idf'.lias'.'bee  Boulder creek-and will  earrv-a  full  stock  all.  lines.  ���'���; :GetPyouP���..Si]6vv-';Gia3se.s;'.;iit''Ir,ilU.  ma^P&;'Go;s..'V';'!^,;;'YP;;p;.y:v;;'P  P In'a letter received from Rev. J.  Jv'\\rrigbt;ofAyhite" Hoi;se, ehclos-  ing.a clipping���;,,froup. Hie P'Star,''  descriptive' op'a reception:giveirJo  jReyP'J.-i HirsseliVPPperofJSPP: And-:  re\vsPGln:rchp ..Auin^piiPPWngbi  saws:  'P^eslerdi  (6th,'iust)P':hc  preached,16.large congregation;;; two  sermousppf\greatP power PincPear-  uestness. POf:: bisPllive ;years':px-  perieuce. in;, CauadaiV.fpPhinic,; .Pis,  brighlcsP'memories . \%-i 11 / be of the  :si  loppthe  las been,in .preparatiOP.lor .se\-e-  :;7:7 rapmonths^aud" shows .the majority  p.'tflpf'the niinesaiid.. mineral? locations [few. riiontiisPi:, Atlin.'P^  pPiPtheP distrietP ^  -;. :r oa d s;a u d 7tr a i 1 s - a nd;. pa Ices'7i j l; p rac  : PlieallV:the:'\ylP)le: prospected inine^  P;;rai PelPoPP-hepPisiri^  P:; ist;Po nPSePtophePnch.P The mnpPcreek properly., lhis season.:: P  pP AvaPPiul^iiii.wpi.tbiiie  P,P:inee'ir!g .oPlUip Ppnrd ofTrcidepand j brothers were :th'c :..Oniv: passengers  Pwas 7byP;ePoPP;PiP7a^  PdbrseiF as; a strictly reliable produc-  tiGnP;   ItpsbonId:; find-va reach-:sale  pbotii here; aPd'Pn: the outside. / p. ;  P PShow; Case.: IbrPsale.-���Apply;at  -PIlie;.;Gt^ABt6'rn"ceP: P'��� .PPP'P/P.^P.; p;:;  Pp.^rasePeP^ O^  ?P Eggs,'jusp'iuPP..;,7';:: p        ..;//.  PP;;; 'Back;numbers pop the' Atlin  pCiAnPean always:\be .had at the  .PClaiii office; price ,1-5; cents, p;.,"  .���'pPSo'inePvpeople;;"heed,: not-, tell.: the  P public;'PtlTey-'Pare'Priot Pseiliitg out,1  -they areip;'.keeping-'their . .goodspto  "look'Pt; ;agePtiipi'(P'es7SiMiie::'things,;  , but not groceries. Popular methods,  . straight PgoqdsP.'ai'id ''. right   nriees  ; iiiakes; 1'ooiii.KiPlVesh 'importations/.'  -���Part of a carload this week.  '.A. .NickiiRSON. '���''���  This   week   has  seen the largest  influx of." returning 'pilgrims" for  the season.   .  '������  ��� ���Jop.Amateur:; Photographers ���  Toiling   and   fixing'.. solution    for  Solio   aiid' oilier   papers, imbulk,  ready for use, at HirschfeUT's.  ��� Fresh Garden Seeds  at  Dockrill  & Bourne's.: ;...;.;���.  There'Ps more  solid   comfort in a  cup of Blue   lUbbonPTea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  Garden Seeds at;'Pillman & Co.'s  '���-" F.S.. Wilkinson,;; ;P. 1;. S.,   who  spent last ssummer  in Atlin, is ex-  . pected in'-.very ''shortly. "������'.-���  Application   for Crown grants is  about   to .be   made   upon several  claims of   the -Laverdiere group of  copper claims. ��� ..    .  Furnished rooms to  rent-���apply  Hotel Northern. ' ,  P  Fresh Ranch ''��� IJggs, jnsl arrived,  .at K. L- Pillman & Co.'s  o 11, t h e Ain ii f'';bou ii dv ��� (bp-Atl i 1 iPaiifl'  Ihej-got'liere'yesterday .P;;:77p-;Pp:P.;;  :> Miss Ra;itp7,leavesP;;fbrPhbriie;;tb-^  m6Vr6\v.PvP-y--.'7:^-v.v'f,.P''-P;;'''HPPP-'p-'P-':  MEEp!  3,  -   "A.  ^MJl&iJ  eipiMSttl     ^rliillilll^,;  "C?  .;;;::;:fpp::pp;;FRESH;7'MEATs:^^  Fish, p Game   in Piseason  P; .P-NOKTHljUN^H^  ; A new ��� rifle.'i /, 20-incli Karrelj  I Weigli fc; 4; poundsp P;;-Gi:>\Bv .^caps  I and .22. short B. vF. PHas anj  1 AUTQj\IATKP: ;s��FEfY -cMid  cannot. bo discharged accidentally. -'. :��� : ���-'..'.'.'    ;.;P ,..-,.,.;::,. pP *..'.\;%, :  -���':������    Price Only ��&Lm-���'���"���������;  If these rifles are not carried in stookS  by your dealer, send priee and we -will \  send it to you express prepaid.  Send stamp for catalog describing complete line and containing valuable information to shooters.  {(Bigairs:  ^v''V:vv;;;P';''p;pPppp;;p::P  , .~\';,-' -'.'-;."',  ' p-".P"    ..���     ;.P'-P*'  ':..'���}, P,'       '"-  'l^ekBrSMoiithv;  'I-'-:  ��� Mrs.  MP N.  M  ���uv-.i-'j'-):;  VA-obds,  ;..P ..   and   Mrs.. p.ew-  ;\.Prs.   Stool  were :i  a!s; last  HalurdaV al-  Station  '  i'.ur;ip\<:'.:\  'line- or"   fp-.ac  -'I'y ni .Pi..!.Ps::..!i & Co.P  '.���Y-M-:   'Pbbon Coi!l-.'.t; is absolutely |  p'.'.ic-- .1'- Ps sold- -in.all the stores in  Alii.:. ���������'���..  'Ms. :'.'-:>.:'i ������������':'.' ':.:������: in eltarge of the  KouUMtay Hotel tliis summer'.  Copies of the new Placer Act of  1901, co-isoliiated with tbe Acts of  riif.;-:   .':;������    vv-O'    I'.'.-   saPv   at   the

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