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 /  IP-  VOL.    6.  ATLIN, K. C, SATURDAY. . APRIL 5,    1902.  NO.   142.  STOP"!;  < )';i!\ ic lli/iir, mct suck  Olvmpic .,  A xi) coir'ider lhe prices quoted below; we can save you money:  Canned    Strawberries,     Raspberries & Pine Apples, p. cloz3.  Anst. Mutton, per tin '   .  Roast & Coined \\<��v\\ per tin  English Brawn, per tin  Canned Chicken, Turkey p. tin ,  '      3-75  k .lied Oats,        ,, .75  \l.'iruieil Peas unci Bcar.s, doz.    2.00  ,, Apricots <X* Pears, do/,. 4.00  ,,,       Deviled Crabs; per doz.3.50  ,, Shrimps, per do/..,, .      3.00  Reindeer Milk, ., "2.50  Blue Point Oysters,  is, .loz        3-oo  French Peas, per doz. 3.00  French Mush rooms, per doz.    3.50  Mince Meat, per. doz. ���      2.25  Maple Leaf Lobster, is, p. doz 2.50  do 2S,     ,,      4.50  Empress drips, x/< gal .75  Maple Syrup,       ,, .1.00  Star Tobacco, pt-r lb. ' 1.25  Climax ,, ,, .90  Piper Heidsieck ,, .1-25  Candles, pur box , 3.50  VertnicelH    ,, 1.25  &. B. Pickles, per bottle     .    .55  Best Rex Hams. 25 c. per lb,  C.  Elgin Butter, 2 lb tin  Best Coffee, 2II* tin  Good Coffee, sib tin  Corn .Starch, 6 pkgs        " i  Soda' Crackers, 6Ibs '���    1  C. -Sri B. Curry Powder  . Capers  White & Piiik Beans, 12 lb--      1  Baker's Chocolate, per lb  Fry's Cocoa, yi 11) tins  Van Houten's Cocoa, % lb tins  T. & B. Chewing", per lb   '  Battle Axe, Tobacco, per lb.,   ,  T. & B. Cut Plug per'lb 1  Best Honey, 2 lb tin  C. & B. Jams, 1 lb tins, doz    \'  Best Rex Bacon, 26 c. per lb.  ���75  5��  ���5"  -75  ,60  . 00  ,00  ���-5  ������25  ��� Ul >  -K��  ���30  ���30  ���75  ���85  .00  ���5��  .00  Genuine Gold Seal Rubber Shoes, per pair," 54  Gold Seal Hip Gum Boots, :sio.  Bargains in Boots and Shoes,- Drv Goods and Men's Furnishings.  BLACKETT & CO.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $8,000,000.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle, . "  .   San Francisco, ,  ������-'���i'-    - Portland,  p '���--��-' ' Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Goi.ij Dust Pukc'iiasicd���Assay Officio in'Conxkctipn.  ���J. S.  MUNRO, Manager.  Tbe Carriboo Motel,  Wm.   WALMSLEY,   Proprietor.  -    FIRST   CLASS   IN   EVERY 'RESPECT.    -  fine   Wines,   liquors   and   Cigars. Stubiinn for Horses.  'Oi'posite Depot. CARIBOU,   Y. T.  @    The Vancouver General Store.    ���  Dealers  in Provisions,   Dry   Goods,   Etc.,  Ai   S.    GROSS   &    Go.  SJfl  KAW  K  (\Wi  Enthusiastic Meeting Held at  tr  Discovery.   ,  A Platform   Subscribed   to ��� Officers   and ��� Committees   Ap-  " pointed.  A meeting of Liberals of the Atlin District was held in McDonald's  Mull, Discovery, on the evening of  the 2<*Uh ulto, when an Association  was organized. Tlie greatest enthusiasm .was manifested nnd a  large number of new members  joined the Association.  Mr. J. Kirkiand was elected President and Mr. J. D. Lumsden,  Secy.-Treasurer. Messrs. D. G.  Stewart, George Sinclair and Geo.  Coutts comprise the Executive  Committee lor Discovery, while  Messrs. J. A. Fraser,- E. P. Queen  and J. St. Clair Blackett.act iii^'a  similar capacity for Atlin. Anyone desirous of becoming a member of the Association can doso by  applying at the Kirkiand Hotel,  Atliii, or' to' D. . G. Stewart, Discovery.  All. ..voters who are not ou the  Voters' List aro advised to attend  to the matter at once by applying;  at the Government Office.  A meeting of the Association will  be held in McDonald's Hall, Discovery, on Friday evening, nth^  inst, at 8 p.m., when all Liberals  are cordially invited to attend.  APPROPRIATIONS  A Fair Allowance for Atiin's  Needs.  Officers Elected.  SPECIALTIES   IX  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  iFrosh Broad, Ryo Bread, etc*  .  Cha.s.  Myuk, Proprietor.  Good Roomi to Kent-By tlie,liar, Wofk. ��r Month nt i'rusur-:<,S'l<* rates.  J  Sheif and Heavy Hardware,  .Ai'inn Club nnd Gai-uine HoeUoy HIcatrN. Men'n  Half SoIpn and Slion Nulls.  Hiwii---  Dlston Jt Son's Suw��. Wiudort'B, Ilooi'h, (jIiish and 1'utte.v, ntc, etc.  Full Line of Winchester���Black & Smokeless���Rifle & Shotgun  Cartridges.  Goods   Bouqht   Sold   and   exchanged.  The = Bank = of = British - North = America  Established in IMfi.    lncorporiiteil UyKo.vnl Charter.-  Paid Up Capital $4..866,666  Reserve Fund   -   -'-   -   -   -   -$1,776,333  Head Office in Canada: Montreal.  H. Sttkbman, General  Manager.  Branches'hi all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco, Seattle. Taconia, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Etc.  ASSAY OFFICE  ���Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.  . .Quartz Assaying at Reason.;!.>!���.-; Kates.  At a ineetiiiig of the congregation  of St. Martin's Church of England,  held on Easter Monday, for the  election of Officers for the ensuing  year, ii;e followingwere elected:  Rector's Warden,  - R. Ik Fciht-rstcaihaugh.  People'* Warden, J. K. Shirley.  Treasurer, John S. Munro.  Secretary, R. C. Trimen.  Sidesmen,   A.   Kaye, C. R.' Bourne  and S. G. Lawrence.  The Rector thanked the retiring  Officers for their services during  the past year and the thanks of the  congregation were tendered to Mr.  and Mrs. Stevenson for their untiring efforts ou behalf of its members.'  To Mesdames Stevenson. Munro  and Woods, for their services as  organists, a hearty vole of thanks  was iiccoided.  Just   Arrived.  Fresh stock of Apples, Lemons,  Oranges, Cabbages .and Ranch  Eggs arrivedlast night at Pillman's  Copies of the new Placer Act of  ((jot, consolidated with the Acts of  1S9S and 1899, for sale at the  Claim Office. .  James Stables,, M. L. A., Introduces an Important Bill���A  Mining Deal Consummated..  The text of the Amendment to  the Medical Act, 1898, to which reference is made in another column,,  and which is introduced in the  House by Mr. Stables, M. L. A., is  as follows:  "(c). Tlie Council shall admit  upon the register any person who  is of good conduct aud repute (as  shown by a certificate signed by a  magistrate or clergyman), and who'  produces from any College or  School of Medicine within Great  Britain, Ireland, any of His Majesty's polonies or, Dependencies,  or any Province of Canada, a diploma of qualification as a.doctor of  medicine. Any person so admitted  to the register, however, shall not  be permitted to practice as a duly  qualified medical practitioner in city  municipalities, as defined by thc-  ' Municipal'Clauses Act.''.'  The following appropriations  have been .asked to be included in  the Provincial estimates for this  district, exclusive of maintenance,  lor this season:  Repair to wagon road, Atlin to Wright, Boulder  and Birch creeks : $2500  Spruce creek wagon road,  'aboiit 5 miles    1500  Repairs and improvements,  McKee   and   Fourth   of  July creek trails '..   iooo-1  , Improving the Fan - TaiL  trail, and marking same  for winter   2500  Pine, Lock-up, etc    :ooo  Atliu aud Pine schools...... 3000  Atliii hospital   1600  The welcome intelligence was rer  ceived by mail last night that the  bond upon' the Lakeview group of  mineral claims"'"was about to be  taken up by a Pennsylvania company. The information was received direct from Mr. J. R. Robertson, who recently returned home  from here, after having made* am  examination of the property.  It is expected that, work will be  begun on the property within.a few  weeks.  F. C Garrison, one of the members of the Canyon Creek Hydraulic Partnership, arrived last Friday.  He brought iu a small sawmill  plant and a Pelton Wheel, for use  on the property. There is abundance of mill logs adjacent to tbe  claims and the cutting of sluice-bos  lumber will occupy the company's  time till the season opens.--  ������I  JttlJll<iM'lm*>��iil   V j-'   V"- -*'���'* '   ' ��� I- ���.I'-.V/'i'Av .(��� ''-'**.-.'X*^ ATLIN, B.C.p-SATijKDAV,  APRII  ^  5i  i9<>?~  '..Il  The Atlin Claim.  Plilili^liMil    every    SnI nrrl;t.\' nioi i.'-iir   l-v  T'.n. An.is Claim   I'riii.isuiNc I'm.  A. ('���. Iln.-icnrr.i.ii, I'.iiituii.  II. Tiniii l.i;i.��. Siili-lMlitnr.  < IHlci- iif inil.li.-iitii.il IV.-irl .���������., Allin. H. ('.  Atlvm I isint:    K.'iti--, :   ��l.<:<i    per  ini-h.  cncli  lnsorttdii.^-Iveiiiliiir^ notices, Uj   rents';i line.  Spwinl (.'mil r.'irl   UutrP nn npplirnl ii.iu.  'Tin. siil)M<t-i|it ion price is sTi'a ye;:r pn.v-  ii I ill* in ml mi nee. Nn p hut will lie ileiiw-rril  unless I his ennilii inn is ri'ininlieil wit li.  Saturday, April 5,' 190:  Now that the matter of tlie employment of Oriental labor in our  mines has bet-.i 'tramjually .���settled  and has practically 'passed into  history, we believe, with our esteemed citizen, Mr. John Kirkiand,  that tlie time is opportune for the  ��� '���'���'���'������' ���'-'��� ' "���'" .t>t-io plan for the  .!':''-'- ���'������'' ' against the  *!��� ' ���' ,.'.-. '...������ . -��� capital-  ''-.   '.'���--' Idoni  t>;';-'- ���     ,; ,   . - - it is  "io". ���'���'.;���: ��� 'P.     H.i.Mde  ',1:��11.j !.'.'- ; ���������> ��� Piii nn.* camp. Let  any plan, l.heivfoie, which'is devised, or.society wiiich is formed,'  have among its members, not only  miners, but businessmen, property  IN THE HOUSE.  Matters Affecting the District.  The  Redistribution   Bill   in Detail  '-���-Pertinent   Questions   Answered.  owners and employers; the main  objects, the establishment of standard wages, regulated according to  nature   of   the work,   and, in  the  of  fine,   the  general advancement  the district.  At the present stage ot the camp's  development���when  placers are almost exhausted anil the hydraulics  not yet out  of their initial  or nonprofit-bearing stage ��� it would  be  worse than' madness to endeavor to  ' lay down a 'hard and fast- standard  of wages,   as   was  intended   to  be  done in. the  formation  of a Union  last   summer,   when   there   are so  1 many grades of labor and so many  ��� circumstances to be taken into con-  . sideration in its employment.  It is pleasing to note from the  statement of appropriations asked  for from the Government, which  appears in another column, that the  Atlin Hospital has not been forgotten; and that the" sum of $1000 will  be, in   all   probability, set apart for  its'use.        ' '      . ���  - There' are very few of the citizens in' the district who fully realize the value, and importance of  this institution to the district, or  the fact that .- it is a charitable institution,'purely and simply. It  is an oiTshuot of the Presbyterian  Church, yet absolutely non-sectarian, and through, the untiring efforts of our late esteemed ' pastor,  Rev. J. Pringle, the hospital has  been brought to its present state of  perfection. Thesupport which has  been accorded to this worthy institution is a terrible reflection on the  people of the district, and nothing  but the united action of the I  people will make amends for past  remissness. During last year the  Hospital's record shows 800 days'  . ,'j. ' '������ .f-M'-,t nnd maintenance,.  ������ ;'i.\s  about  '   ";       ���' 16 came  ������   " Lhe  .������...������    ��� ..*er-  ���������������' : ���     ier-  ;      ���   -, -     ' /liar  ' ���."- '���,'"-���'.��� '   y '   r.unjten-  ���-��� y Py- requires im-  r.iovi;i:uiii.s. such, particularly as,  A. Woman's ward, a Receiving  ward and general repairs to the  building. Membership tickets, entitling the holder lo nursing and  attendance, can be had for the  stun of Si a'mouth. Every man in  the'd.istrict ought to have one as a:  safeguard rigai 11st sickness.  pnul  ������vail  'ii I:CO,  The, Government' has now a Redistribution Bill"'"under discussion  and there is every reason to expeel  that it will, receive almost the unanimous.support of the House when  it conies up for its third reading.  The- Bill is introduced by the  Attorney-General, and provides lor  four additional members. Vancou-  couver Island loses two and tire  Mainland gains six members. The  population of the" Province in 1S91  was 97,613 and in 1901 is given as  177,272. Several new districts are  created and the following is the  detail and representation of the different districts:  Victoria City 4   -  Saanich .��� -. 1  Esquimault  1  Cowichan  ' 1  The Islands  .- .1  Newcastle  .-. 1  Nanaimo 1  Alberni ��� r  Comox !..j  Delta r  Chillawhack    1  Dewdney '  1  Richmond ���....:: 1  New Westminster 1  Vancouver City ... 5  Atlin..: 7 1  Skeena : .' 1  Cariboo 2  Lillooet 1  Yale. 1  Kamloops    1  Okanagan 1  Similkameen 1  Greenwood r  Grand Forks 1  Revelstoke  1  Slocan 1  Ymir 1  Nelson City 1  Rossland City  1  ,   Kaslo :....���-. 1  Columbia 1  Cranbrook..'. t ���  Fernie .' 1  Total  ....42  As will be noticed the Electoral  D'strict of Cassiar has been converted into' two separate districts,  thatof Allin and Skeena.  Another matter which may have  some bearing upon minor affairs in  this district is the introduction of a  Bill by Mr. Stables, entitled, "An  Act to Amend the Medical Act,  1898."  In reply to Mr. Stables' enquiry  about the appointment of a County  Court Judge for Allin, the Attorney  General said: "Correspondence has  been carried on with the Dominion  Government towards that end.  Strong representations have been  made that the appointment be made  immediately." Inreply lo the Jap  question, Mr. I.hmsmuir said: "The  Government have no power to prevent them going into the district,  but have written to say that they  in no way approve of their introduction there." .     <v  Mr. Clifford has asked for a return of all correspondence between  the,Provincial and Dominion Governments regarding the appoint-.,  moat of a County Court Judge".'for  Atlin. '   ".-'    ..."  Hydraulic   Mining %  Machinery,  HYDRAULIC   DERRICKS ��� From 3 to 10 tons lifting capacitv.  HAND    POWER    DERRICKS   of.-i   to   2 'ions lifiincr capjicilv  HYDRAULIC,   GRAVEL   .ELKYA TOR'S,   ���  HYDRAULIC   r GIANTS,  ' WATER    GATES,-  ' ANGLE   STEEL    RIFFLES    &  1      HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PIPE.  The Joshua Hendy Machine Works.  Nos. 38 to 44 Pricmont Strkict,  .        SAN  . FRANCISCO,  Write for prices, circulars and catalogues, or call on  ,     A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C.  CAT,.  Allin Lumber &��  A. J, BAKER  l<J.   COe  Manager.  Lumbering   in   all   its   Branches.  Mn.i.s at Atlin, B.C.  Branch Okkick at Discovkry  THE ROYAL HOTEL,  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner PeaH and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  This   New   and   Commodious   Hotel-was opened to the  Public,  April  16th, 1901.���Everything in.it is New.���Strictly First Class.  ���   CHOKT.ST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGtRS-r-CASl' ROODS A SI'LCIALTY.  tbe JWin��� CMappjgfch store.  1, -- ������������������, -      -  HpO make room for large Spring importations, I have decided to undersell Cut Rates already Advertised, and, in addition, quote  the  following prices:     - -..'������.���  Alert Bay Salmon, per'doz      S2.50;  Worcester Sauce    ���   ,,               3'. 00  Simco Jam, 5-lb piiil                       90  Ev. Apples,  5 lbs             .   ,       1.00  Apricots          ,,                            1.00  Peaches       -  ,',                                65  Moccasins, $2.00 per, pair.    Felt 'Overshoes   &   Manitoba   Arctics,  Ladies' :& Children's Boots and Shqes^ Dry Goods, etc., etc., at cost.  Crosse & Blackwell's Jams and Marmalades and all other Goods  Reduced 10 to 20 per cent.  All Goods Warranted and If not, Satisfactory Money Returned.  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  PI. f o I e. ij<  ���o*)^*iG'^*o*C(*a*e*o*o*o*-o<'^*o*':'*v^c>*C('*c-*':>>':'-<>04!:>'':'*0'-*<  THE    KOOTENAY   HOTEL.  Goorgc E. Hayes, Proprlotor  First and Trainor Strkkts.  Cor  'I'liis T'imt Class Hotel lias boon remodeled niul refurnished throughout  and offers the best accomnxxlutioii to Transient or Permnnont  Guests.���AmericK.li ruul Enropeun phut.  Finest Wines, liquors and Cigars.  Billiards   and   Pool.  j^o0o*o*o*o*o*��*��o*o*a*��o-K^��a��w3*o*o��o*o*��^a*o.*a*CK(*c(<>  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN  FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  French  Restaurant In   Qonnootlon. '  t  i David Hastie,   Proprietor.  Corner of First and Discovery. Streets.  the ool;  HOUSE  9  DISCOVERY, ,B. c.  Comfortably FurnishedRo��itis';--By the Day, Week or Month.  ������������     'AMERICAN./..'AND   'EUROPEAN.   PLAN.  1 .'���'��������� .'   ���*'''*'    -'��� " '     " '    "' ' .1. 1'. Wo-rre, M(iii�����.��r.  i  A ATLIN,.  B. C.   SATURDAY,   APRIL-' 5, 1903;  iX  DEAI.KHS   IN  First Street, Atlin, B. G.  Handle only the best Goods in the Market.  Groceries, Fruits, Flour, Feed  and Provisions.  BEST   SERVICE   GUARANTEED.  Trv .011 i" Teas and' Coffees.  Itli CONTINGENT.  Canada's Offer' of 2500 Men  Accepted..  Peace Proposals  the Order of the  Day Many Boers Surrender  Nihilism Rampant.  Ottawa, April ist. ��� It is believed tliat Canada's offer of another contingent of 2500 men for  South Africa will- be accepted by  the Imperial Government.^  Later.-'���A reply has beefs received from tbe Imperial War Department with reference' to the fouith  'contingent which asks that as many  mounted infantry ' as possible be  raised,' the horses and all the necessary equipment will be procured in  Canada. It is also likely that the  transport wagons will he built in  this country. The orders , for"' recruiting will be issued in a da v or  two.  CM)QP  In  Maritoba ��� Winnipeg -is  i   ,V:.  The U. S. President for 1904 ��� A  Reform Wave Sweeps Coney  1  Island.  London, April ist.���President  Steyn and General Delarey have  been located and a meeting between  them and acting President Sch'alk-  erberg'er has been arranged to take  place immediately.' General Botha  . will also attend this conference. ���  Commandant' Meyers advises that  his command will abide'by the decision of the Boer Government.,  Commandant Devilliers, operating in the Kiinberly district, has  sent iu a flag of truce asking General Kitchener for terms.  Commandant Alberts called a  meeting of the' Boers hi his district  to discuss a proposal of general  surrender. -. Gen. Plans Botha summoned a similar meetingat Amsterdam.  The peace movement .has in no  way interfered with military operations. The British are again sweeping the northwest district of Orange  Colony, where they have about a  thousand of De>vet's men within a  cordon.. Many: surrenders are  iiaily occurring in the Standerton  district.  Vancopvkk, April ist.- -Fourteen Japanese laborers, disappointed  in their plans for a season's work  in Allin, are here today interviewing'the Consular powers. They  believe they have a claim for damages against the Atliii Mining Co.  or R. D. Fctherslonhaugh, the  Company's Manager.  London, April ist.���In a collision this morning near the Nab  Lightship, between the Channel  passenger steamer, Alma, and the  British ship, Cambrian Princess,  the latter sank immediately, taking  11 of her crew down with her.  and Grape Rings  And All Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured on the Premises.'  gtj&F~    Why send out when you can get goods as cheap here?  Watches From $5 up.   Fine line of Souvenir Spoons-  JULES EGGERT & SON, The Swiss Watchmakers.  Washington, D. C, April jsl.  ��� Colombia definitely announces  that it has no objections lo transfer  the Panama Canal to the United  States.  .l-OK  Skatti.k, April ist.��� Great destitution, exists in a native village  near Nome, women and children  are without food or clothing.  Washington,' D. C, April ist.  ���U.S. warship, Machias.has been  ordered lo San Domingo on account  of a serious revolution there.  Ottawa, April ist. ������ Edwin  Tolton has beem confirmed as mem:  berofth'e' House .of Commons for  NoVth Wellington.  Governor-General, Lord ,Minto,  ���will attend the Coronation.  . Winnipeg, April ist.���Manitoba  is suffering from severe floods.  The water is rising rapidly in the  Red and Assinaboine rivers. This  city is threatened unless cooler  weather sets in.  Washington, D. C, April ;.st.  ���The Danish West Indies scandal,  wherein Senators aud Congressmen  were accused of taking bribes, has  dwindled into a mare's nest.  London, April ist. ��� Thirty-  nine British soldiers have been  killed and 45 injured in a railway  wreck near Barberton, Transvaal,  which occurred on Sunday last,  the victims belonged to the Hampshire regiment.  St. Putjbrsburg, April ist.���  M. Trepofif, Perfect of Moscow,  narrowly escaped assassination yesterday while receiving visitors. A  governess named Allart aimed at  him with -a revolver, but which,  fortunately missed fire. The action is supposed to be the outcome  of sometrouble with the students.  The woman was arrested.  Montk'kai.. April ist.*���One of  the perpetrators of the Wellaud  Canal dynamite outrage has been  identified as. Luke Dilloii, one of the  notorious Clan-na-Gael societv.  Washington, D.C.,��� April ist.  ���The United States will retaliate  heavily on Germany for discrimination on food' stuffs.  Get your friends to subscribe for  "The Atlin Telegraphic Bulletin,"  published every Wednesday.  Pfootofirapbs  OK  Alaska,   Yukon   and  Northern   B.C.  from  Skagway to Atlin & Dawson  GO TO L'      -  HIRSCHFE-LD'S  H  IS  Puovinciai. Sechetahy's Office,  ISth March, 190*.  ��� HONOUR the Lieuteiinut-Govcruor  1 Council, under tlio provisions of the  " Liquor Licence Act, 191)0," litis been pleased  to establish the under-mentioned district  for tlie purposes of this Act:���  Atlin   Licence   Distiuct.  All   thi*   ti-rr'tnry   rompri-ed   within   the  houmlni'irs ol' the   Atliii   Luk,-  and   Dennett  Laki' Miuiiij.' DivUions.  I..'  ing f.  ���-���r. -New  \'l;f in,   .��� :������������.'    r  ���.'ill-fin ��� -    ���-:   \  eigne! s  coh-lSmioii.1,  the country, but   the'royalties  a reconsidered prohibitive.  nitn-  ���'���II.: .ilhiW   for-  in   all parts m'  Ottawa, April ist.���Chief .Justice Strong retires in September  and Taschereati is said to be his  successor,  Nhw York, April ist.���Twenty-  five lives were lost by an explosion  in the Nelson mine, near Chattanooga, Tenn. Klcven bodies have  been recovered.  1'IIOVINC'IAI,   SliCliKTAKY'S   OFFICE,  T_rfS    HONOUR   the    Lioiitenuut-Governor  in Council   lias   been   plonscd   to   make  tlic followintr appointments: ���  18th March, 1002.  To   be   Licence  Commisbiokkhs  for the  Atliii Licence District���  AriMHKON S. Choss, of Atlin, Esquire, J.P.  JOSKI'H 1)KK  Giiaiiam, of Atliu, Esquire,  S.   M  Notice.  j^TOTICE is   h'evob.v Kiveu'that applit-alion.  will be made to the Parliament of Canada, at the next Hussion thereof for an act to  incorporate a company with power to build,  equip, maintain and operate a line or line*  of   railway from some point on Kitimat Inlet iu Coast District, in the Province of Bri-  tish Columbia, thence by tho   most   convenient and feasible   route   to    Hnzeltou   on  Skeena   River   in   the   Cassiar   District in.  .said Province, thence  from .said   Hazeltoa  by the most feasible and practicable route to  a point on the Northern Boundary line   of  the Province of British Columbia nt or neai-  Teslin Lake or Atlin Luke or both;   And also from said Huzeltou by the most reasonable and feasible routo to a point ot or near  the Eastern Boundary lino'ofthe   Proyinca  via Skeena, Babine, Driftwood, OmliiecaaucI  Fiulay Rivers to Peace River Pass,   thenoa-  Easterly to   the   Eastern   boundary   of th*  Province; thence  to a point at or near Edmonton,    in the   Northwest Territories of  Canada,  with   authority   also   to "construct,.  equip, maintain nnd operate branches  from  any point iu the proposed line or lines,   not  exceeding in  any one ense thirty- miles in.  length; and with power to construct, acuuir*  own nnd maintain wharves and docks in connection thorewith; and to construct,own,acquire, oqn.ii* and maintain steam and  other  vessels and boat?, and operate tlie same or  any navigable waters; and to construct, operate and maintain telegraph and telephone  lines along the   routes of said ruilway   and  its branches, or in connection thorewith, and  to transmit mossages, for commercial   purposes, and to collect tolls  therefor ;   and  ta  acquire and receivefrom any   Government,  corporation,   or   persons,   grants   of   laud,  rights  of way, money,   bonuses, privilegoc  or other assistance iu aid of the construction  of the " Company's undertaking, aud to connect with and to outer into traffic or   other  J, ST. CfiAiH llr.ACKK.TT, of Atliu, Esquire,  To bo Chief Licence   Inspector for tho At- | arrangements   with railway, steamboat  liu    Licence   District,    Constable    Walter j other companies, and for   till rights, powb  Washington, D. C, April ist.  ���Senator Hauna denies that he  will be a candidate for the Presidency of 1904. Roosevelt will  seek re-election.  Nicw Yokk, April ist���-An awful gloom has taken Coney Island  because of the reform wave which  threatens to sweep out its specialties. '.''-.���  OWKNH, of Atlin.  LAND ACT,   1901,  Initial Post: ���British Yukon Navigation  Company,    Limited,   South-east   Corner  Post:  **T"\\KE notice that, sixty  days after date, I  on behalf of tlio British Yukon Navigation Company, Limited Liability, intend to  apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lauds  mid Works for permission to purchase for  terminal aud industrial purposes, on behalf  of tho said company, the following described  tract of land in tlio Atliu Mining Division of  Cassiar, B. C, containing 40 acres, moro or  less, commencing at a post planted on the  shoro of the ' west side of Atliii Lake, at or  near the outlot of Atliu Lake into tlio Atlin -  too River, and on tho northerly limit of said  outlot, thenco running west ten (10) chains,  thence north forty (10) chains, thence oast  ten (10) chains to its point of intersection  with tho west shoro of Atliii Lake thenco  southerly forty (10) chains along the shoro  of the said lake to its point of commencement.  Hiiitibk Yukon Navioation Co., Ltd.,  -  per P. K. Scharschniidt, Agent.       '  Dated this 19th day of March, 1802.  mr-22-8-t  or  ra  and privileges necessary, usual  or incidental to all or any of the aforesaid purposes.  Dated   this 1th doy of February, A. T>* 1D9X.  J. A. Gemmill,-  Solicitor for Applicant*.  Certificate of Improvements.  ROCK   OP   AGES   MINERAL   CLAIM,  Situate on Pink   Cheek, Atmn.Divihion,  Cassiak Distbict, B. C.  mOTICE is hereby (riven that Wo, F. A.  Wise, W, G. Mitchell and N. H. Run-  nails, intend, Sixty days from dote, to'  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for tho purpose ot  pbtainiuga Crown Grant of tho above mineral claim. �� ,  And   Fuuxheu,   Take notice  that action  under Section 37 must bo commenced befora  tho issuance of suoh Certilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of 'February, 1902.  F. A. Wibs.  W. G. Mitchell.  mcl-60d .'������".   N, H. Runmaiab.  .Placer  Act,   1901,   consolidated,  for sale at this office.'  WIpT^"  !f��"?i  kwf  ���',*-*;V,, , ATLIN, B.C.. SATURDAY,  APRfL   5,   1902.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  The Gold . House Dining Room  at Discovery has been open all  winter aud is still open. .If you  want, a really good meal or a comfortable room- this is the House to  go to.  R. G. Tat low, M. P. P., has .'resigned his position as Agent of the  Atliii Mining .Co. Mr. Tatlow is  Chairman of the Oriental Commission, therefore his resignation is  significant.  William Taylor, who was local  Agent here for the W. P & Y. Co.  last year, has accepted a position  with the same Company this season and has just gone in to White  Horse' from the Sound,' where he-  had spent the winter.  P. F. Scharschmidt succeeds H.  Ii. Darling as Manager of the li. V.  N. Co., with head-quarters at White  Horse.  Frank Dockrill, of Boulder, returned from the Coast last Sunday  and went right up lo his propeity  to ascertain the prospects for beginning the sciisou.'s operations.  There will   be   no  service'in the  j English   Church -tomorrow, owing  tn th;* absence  of Mr.   Stevenson,  who will   be  absent   from   the city  until the middle of next week.  Henry Maluin ' returned from  Paris last Saturday. Mr. Lamare  leaves Paris todav for Atlin.  E. M. N. Woods is due to arrive  today.,     ' - ..  Messrs. Ryan and McNair, two  property owners on Spruce creek,  adjoining the Blue Canyon, arrived  vesterdav.  :xit Mr. Ja|>  LISTEN:���\Ve are not "selling  out" as a fake,'nor do we 'indulge  in "hot air" splurges, but we have  ��� goods to sell' that are worth buying  and we will give you as good value  for your money ��� as any house in  town, no matter what they say.���  Try us with' your cash. ��� J. A.  Fraskr it Co.   .. .     '  Mr. J. H. Richardson, of Cum-  mings &: Richardson, returned from  the Coast on Saturda}' last with a  full line of Dry ��� Goods, B^ols and  ��� Shoes, - which will, be opened up  next week;'everything of the" latest  style and best quality aud at prices  to suit the public.  Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure.���It is sold in all the stores in  Atlin.  Dave Hastic returned from Skagway on Sunday last, accompanied  by his sister, who will spend, the  summer hero. .  Delicious Ch*."--���: .r. ! A f-*\-v, ;  & Co.'s  Furnished i:.--.-. *> ���*;-;-��� --i;>,.-i\  Hotel Northern.  Fresh Ranch -Eggs, just arrived,  at E. I,. Pillman & Co.'s  Charles Jones, 'late of Rant &  ���Jones, in spite of the fascinations  on ' the Coast, couldn't stay away  from Atlin, and returned last Sun-  ,'day, much to;'the surprise to his  many friends.'  .Complete line of Fancy Stationery at Pillman���& Co.'s.-  A't the (i.,K. Barber Shop; the  baths are now open.  Fine Potatoes and Onions at  Fraser & Co. 's.  J.  I'..   Norton,   successor to J. B!  Xo:t���.;!-.   P    '..P.-     v, ::--!ies to ir.form  ".:.������ :.:*' ':<   ''���.������'   !�������� y.P"    *.--i-pen the  > ��� ��� ���.:���-���.-..':      V.-.,.-  ���   ��� ���'.- .    . ��� '.ore    on  -. ������������������.:'.'���    ��� ������-'-    ;        ��� "  ,    ��� -y a full.  '. ���  ii.  an  llilCo.  Get', your Snow  Glasses ut Pill-  ���mau &Co.s"' ���  To Amateur Photographers ���  Toning and fixing solution for  Sqlio and' other papers, in bulk;  readyfor use, at Hirschfeld's.  Fresh .Garden Seeds at Dockrill  it Bourne's.  Some of the grocers are "hacking "' at their ��� prices with a shingling hatchet,' but you should drop  into Nickerson's and see the effect  of a double-handed broad axe on  his prices. Fresh Haddies and  Kippered Herring just arrived.  There is more solid comfort.in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  Garden Seeds at Pillman & Co.'s  ���Show   Case  for  sale.-,--Apply at  the Claim Office.  Michey  Richardson  beat all  re-  . cords froin.I,og  Cabin to Atlin; he  wheeled   in  in   six    hours'   actual  travel.  Fraser iS: Co. have nice fkicsh  Eggs, just in.  Frank Brackett is iu Skagway on  . his .way t.3 Ail in.  Buck    nv.i���'.!���.'���..���'���������.    i-'. ' ;li-..-   Avi.j;-  QV..MX caj*.''.!-.v;-ys   ty.'.- ���].;.t;   i:t   the      Atlin Lodge, A.O.U.W., No. 15,  Claim oliicc, price 15 _u..U. . will give a Grand . Ball and Supper  Mr. J.-.G. Cornell .has taken over in Dixon's Hall on   the Eveniugof  the   management   of   the   Nugget Friday, 25th inst.--Make ho other  Hotel., iJiscovety, and he extends a  engagement,  cordial welcome   ta. his friends Mini 1        Tickets: Gentlemen, $1:00 ���"'  '"���'  rt}f'r- -..'.'..     "i ' .-Ladies. Free. *      -������  Cummings & Richardson,  i  Q  Leading   House   for  Dry   Goods,, Boots ��� and   Shoes,.   �������   Special Bargains in Clothing;      & '     j*        j*        j*        j*  OUR   PRICES   ARE   THE   LOWEST.  Orders taken lor Tailor-made Suits.  VENDOME ' HOTEL.  Choicest Wines, 'Liqoo!    &  ?.REE' BOWLING:  f\   i    *   "IS**'  T>ote! Russell.  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  . Pool and Bflliard$"?ret,  Nxon &  Burton,   Pr��|>s.,  FROM  Fish,  C.DOELKER,  .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    :  Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  NoKTiuiKN Hotui. Building,  First Street.  Che Celand JoieL  Finest  Wines,   Liquors  and   Cigars. .  Furnished Rooms by the Day,        !  Week or Month.  ATLIN GOLD FIELDS, B.C.  A set of .five lull-plate photos,  marked consecutively in order of  procedure of above happenings, can  be obtained upon receipt of Two  ($2.00) Dollars from  MUIRHEAD   BROS.  ��� Spruce Junction,  ATLIN,   B.C.  NO   AGENTS.  LOUIS SCHULZ wiiS ogien  bis Meat Market on Monday, Sth iost*  Frank Moberly,  rmist9  ATLIN,  B.C.  Fur's aud Skins dressed���Birds and  Animals stuffed.  IF' YOU   WANT  Information  G. E. liAYBH.  J. G. COHNBI.1..  1  CONCERNING  Prices can   be obtained upon appli-  "    cation to A. C. Hirschfeld,  Specimens  ou   exhibition   and   for  sale at the Claim Office.  o  tn  MINES & MINING PROPERTY  In the Atlin District  Discovery.  OPEN DAY  Ai  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION."  Hi'dilqimi'tcrs for Bull-.--" J- ''���irrntt's Htit;:e.  WRITE   TO  M. C. Hirschfeld  Real   Estate  aud   Mining   Broker,  P. O. Box, 36. Atlin, B. C.  THE   IRVING   HOTEL,  Pins City, B.C.  Has the Best Equipped Bar.  Tlio McDonald   Entertainment   Hull In Go'i-  '- ection.  . R.'McDonald, Prop.  PINE TREE HOTEL.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  Kd. Sani>h, Proprietor.  O.K.,  BATHS '   "  '  BARBER SHOP  'ir.  LINK Prop.  Now oot-upy their new qiinrteri next  to the Hunk of B. N. A.. Klrirt Street.  Tin: ljntli rooms ure equal]*/ as good uh found  citiu*.    i'l'ivi'.U'   l;TitruniN; for ladies.  in  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  OUST   LIQUORS   A   CIGARS  GOOD    ACCOMMOliATIDN..���' KlSSTAUHAKT' IX  Coj-iNKOTIOK.  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Good Stabling; for Hortoi and Docs.  W:   WALLACE GRlMc  <*. Co.,  ���"'   ���       - -1 ��� ;..   ".  MINING BRUKCISS & COMMISSION AOI.NIS.  Third Street, Atlin B. C.  I  I

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