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The Atlin Claim Apr 13, 1901

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 -0  VOL.    4-  ATI.IN. B. C.,'.SATURDAY.   APRIP,   13,   igoi.  NO.  91.  JUST   Ai  Our Spring .Stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods  Selected to suit the taste and needs  r  of the Ladies ��� of Atlin.  Meeting   of, Shareholders   of  the Atiin Mining Co.  In Men's Furnishings '.we can show some lines in:���  fancy  shirts  hosiery'  suspenders ,  underwear "  VINE AMERICAN SHOES  GOLD SEAL BOOTS  GOLD SEAL SHOES.   '  CLOTHING.  Wo have aFino Line of Eng'lish and French Briar Pipes.  OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES IS LARGE AND COMPLETE.  PRfiGES REASQMAfflE*  r"  47Tr  S^ 1 'J .��.  fc  fe CO.  Canadian   Bank  of 'Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP " SS,000,000.  MEE CREEL  1  RACE HORSE GROUP.  Held in 'London ��� Reports Excellent  Prospects for " This Season's  Work. , ".  Branches of the Bank ar Seattle,  Exchange sold on  San Francisco,  Portland,         Skagway, etc  1 P&SBttSo  Gold Dust Purc-hasho���Assay Okfick in Conmkction.  T. R. BILLETT, Manager.  ww -Sy ;   V- -iff .-ii  ii^g  ���������a^s^r8a_ Vv-63i.  HRKWKRS OI' STliAM  AND I.AG-KR  1UCKR.      ,\\.-XK i)UT TIM-:  F51CST    INORKUIKxTS      173RI)    IX    THK    M.V X.'II'" \C VVR '������)     OF  OUR  UKKK.Tnn   ONLY   ISRliWKRY IN THli ARCTIC KI-X'.IO.WS.  ORDKRS PROMl'Tl/r  I-TLLICO  l'OK A1,I.  l'ARTri Ol' T1I1C YUKON  TICRKIPORY   AN!)    NO XT II \Y K iT.'-XX    liilTljil    COLUMBIA.  A T LI N,   IP C,  Psi>icciAi.'i'ii-:s in  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  FrasSa Srsasi, Rye ffTOa.<3> efc.  Ciias.' Myick, Proprietor.  Good Rooms to Rent    By the  Day,  Week  or Month  at reasonable  rates. ���  IX  THE   PUBLISHER'S   BLOCK  The most Central and   Convenient   in   Town.     Will   he   altered to suit  Tenant1-.  1      A. C. Hirschfeld.  ISaSKBLB.,     SV&XSSry    PS&se^  ACCOUNTANT,   MiNING   BROKER,   AND   FINANCIAL   AGENT.  Abstracts Prepared and Accounts Collected.  Oi-'i-'icic:���Oi'i'OsiTK  Provincial Goykrxmicxt  Pun.nrxo.  Tlie = Bank = of = British = North = America  f'.HtlllllislllMl  ill l.V'li.     Ili<',ll-|llll'll!(-l!  I,J   lin.Mll (illll I'tC I'.  Paid  Uv Caimtai, ^4 M66,66r>  Ricsicryi-:  Fund ��1,703,33.1  Head Office in Canada:   Montreal.   H.  Stikkma.v,  General   Manager.  Branches in all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in Xcw York,  San Francisco. Seattle. Tacoma, Poitlaiul, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Ktc.  ASSA Y  OFFi��E  (���old Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.  Quart/. Assiivn.g at Rims >u:ibl-' RiLi-.s.  At the statntorv meeting of the  Atlii Mining Company, says the  B. C. I-iiiviiiw, the Chairman, instead of announcing as is 'so frequently done on these occasions,  "tlia. the  directors "in the exercise  ' 1  of their discretion, had not seen fit  to purchase all the properties mentioned in the prospectus," made the  gratifiying statement that in addition to'the'72 ordinary claims and  the whole of Discovery claim en  MeKee creek (which exceeds an  aiea of 10 ordinary claims), they  had since acquired 43 other claims.  From a plan, shown at the meeting  it was shown^hat the Atlin Mining  Co. owns a very- extensive portion  of Mcl-Cee creek, which, added lo  the dumping .-ground of So acres,  gi\es every .facility for extensive  lv, draulic operations.  The gravel of this creek has been  proved    lo   be highly auriferous by  the most -conclusive test, as gold to  the value of ,��20,006 was taken oilt  "by individual miners wiih the primitive applia: ces of shovel and rocker.    The local manager reports that  there is as much gold   still   left   in  the ground   worked    over   by    the  placer miners, as   has   been   taken  out, and as the   greater  portion  of  this   company's   holding   is virgin  territory the  directors   would seem  '. justified   in    forming   the most en -  ! couragiug   anticipations.       By  the  ��� end of June hydraulicing will   have  ,'.'onunenccd, and after thai monthly  j clean-ups will   prove   how valuable  ��� a property is owned by this subsidi-  j ary of the Nirhrod Syndicate,which,  j together with   the  B. C. Knterpri.sc  | Company must largely profit by its  ! success.  Work is1 being pushed ahead by  Mr. Fcatherstonhaugh, and the  flume is in course of construction.  The snow has all been cleared from  the right of way, and only four  inches oi" frost in the ground to contend with. Mr. Fcatherstonhaugh  is confident that all will be ready to  stail by June ist.  T'ne pipe and plant are still on  the lake bill w;ll be delivered on  the company's properly By nexi  week.  '.'/oik Resume:! On the i'roperly by   the Trustee,  No 2 .Shaft lo !tu Sunk to Guilrot.li.    -  On Sunday, 31st March, work  was shut down on the Race Horse  ��� Pine Tunnel Syndicate���property  owing to a multiplicity- of ,causes,  but not on account of shortage of  funds as alleged by some "know-  alls." , ' ���  La Grippe struck the camp two  days after .'tailing up and when  boih" engineers goi knocked,out,  Mr. Brownlee thought it time lo  quit temporarily.  A new contract has been lei lo  D. G. T. Palerson to. sink to bedrock ou No. 2 shaft, and il is expected lhis will be reached in about  4S leet, as il is supposed that No.  3 (44 feet to bedrock) is on the  south rim of the eld channel.   '  For the information of-all concerned we ", are authorized lo say  that favourable negotiations are  under way for this property to be  further exploited by capitalists,  and if found up to representations,  il will be opened up and worked on  a large scale.   .  Mr. Palerson    has   steam up w:d .  is now sinking-.  St.    A N D R 1 v YV S     C H U R C H  T" "   "CONCERT.  The postponed concert in aid of  tlie Building Fund of the Presbyterian church was held on Thursday lasi. There was a large and  appreciative audience, and a nice  little sum should have been raised.  A well piepared programme was  successfully carried out. Mr.-Lums-  den, in spite of his recent severe  attack ol la grippe, acquitted himself in his usual excellent style.  Special mention should be made of  the song, "Poverty Row," by Miss  Maggie McDonald and Miss Pill-  man's recitation entitled. "When  the Minister comes to tea." Mrs.  Woods kindly accompanied ' the  vocalists in the most charming manner. Mrs. Blackett was in excellent  voice, and the rendering of the  duel, with -Mr. Lumscien, simply  charmed the audience. The quartettes, by Messrs. Williams, Pums-  den, Wollaslon and Pringle \vere  very good. The extremely successful concert was brought to a  close by the singing of the National  Anthem, "God Save the King,"  and was never more enthusiastically  sung-.  1     Dr. Robert Bell   has   been placed!  ' in charge of the Geological Survey;  | of Canada in   place of the   laic Dr.  ; Dawson, and it is said that he will  be appointed director. .He has been  assistant director for a number of  years, and is well known, both by  his work in the field and bj\the  r.-iany valuable reports and paper's-  which lie has written.  Mr.   McKAY OFF   TO  PORCP  FINK.  Mr. Joseph McKay of the Gold  Commissioner's office, left ou Tuesday last lo take the position oi assistant to Mining Recorder Rant at  Porcupine. We wish Mr. McKay  ..every success in his new sphere of  labour.  1 a  f o    )3  A.TJLI.N.'Jbl.C.,  SATURDAY.- APR'!],,  13,   lyoi.  The Atlin Claim.  Published    every    Siiliirilnj'   moi-ninj;   l>v  The Atlin Claim Puulihuincj C!o.  A. C. IllBSCIIFELD. Kditoh mid   Puoi'iuii-j-on.  Ollico of piihlk'iitiou Peui'l S'.  .Yilverti��iiii;r ruins nuuli* known rm nuplica-  t Ion.  'l'h(l MiliM.-riptwiu pr-it'i* U ��!} ;i .voi'.i- pn.v-  ivliln in iiilvniici'. No paper ��ij] be delivcriiil  uiile.ss t lie-ii- i-iinilition-i are complied with.  Saturday, April 13th,   hjoi  Mr. .Henry J. Woodside, late  editor of the Yukon Sun, vigorously opposes the proposed incora-  tion ��� ol" Dawson, as calculated to  strengthen the dominance of America ;i influence in .the town, and lead  to ��� the adoption- of American  methods and lawlessness. " The  Board of Trade,"' he says, " is at.  present controlled by those whose  interests are chiefly in Alaska or  whose interests are in the Yukon  and   Canada-'only temporarily, and  Its   Geology, and    Ausiferous  Deposits:  The Glacial Gravels oi' Plne'-Spruee  ��� Valley.---IV.  it is they who are   the  chief  advocates  for- incorporation.        It   can  lessen   very   markedly,  Gj-acia_j. Guavki.s:- The upper  .valleys of the two creeks are separated by a low rangeof bald mountains, which end somewhat abruptly  nine miles east of Pake Atlin. Thci  trend of lhis range' is continued  westward some miles by a scries  of rocky ridges and gravelly fool-  hills, rapidly lowering in elevation  and eventually joining the floor of  the main valley about six miles  from the lake shore. At this distance up the valley its altitude is  600 feet above Pake Atlin.  Where the upper valley ol" Pine  thus begins its grade commences to  mrl   in the  ���3. M. jrmt-.$f 'Co.  SUCCKSSOKS    TO  P. P. CO. First Street, Atiin.  For Staple & Fancy Groceries  Yofoaccos and Confectionery? ,  Prompt A itention to orders t@tw~ Give sss a call.  easily be inferred that their private  and future imcrests will be paramount, in the discussion of any subject in which tbe interests of the  Yukon and Alaska clash.  succeeding live miles it gains in  height little more than 200 feet,  ending in a lake basin, which, at  an elevation of 825 feet, occupies  the remaining   thirteen miles ol" the  FINKST KQUIIPPKD  HOTKP  I N TI-IK NORTH.    KVKRYTII ING '  CONPUCTKD  IN' 1-TRST-CPASS  MANNFK. <,  French Restaurant en Connection'  Rick & Hastik,   Propuiktors;    Da'vio Hastik;   ManaokiP'  Corner of First and   Discovery Slivels.1  Irs Lake Lumber Co.  Rough and Dressed  Lumber of all kinds  Hydraulic   Lumber  F. T. Troughton  Managing Proprietor".  ������There is consinnt clash between j ancient depression,  the interests of these two territories, j     Upper Spruce valley, on the cou-  aud I waul   lo   empathize   the fact.  .   Alaska is profiting by Lhe reputation  of the Yukon and not vice versa."  In his communications to the  ''outside press,'' Mr. Woodside  uses very forcible arguments to bear  out his contentions, .and suggests  thai -Canadian newspapers should  recognize and empathize the fact  thai Dawson is not in Alaska but  in Canadavaiid thai they should use  every effort lo impress the public  accordingly.  The Skagway Daily Alaskan  takes up the cudgels against Mr.  Woodside, but to all reasonable  thinking people that paper's efforts  to confute Mr. Woodside are puerile  in the extreme. Tt sums upas follows:  "Although 'Alaska' may be  hereafter tabooed in Dawson, Yau-  couver and Victoria print shops,  the Canadians need feel no alarm  that such advertisements will be  missed. The importation of Canadians into lhe district is not at all  desired by lhe while people living  here, and the gold output from  American    Alaska   will _    hereafter  give it all the advertising required." '������  , .   .  .      , ��� '      -   ,    ,      i tlie morai 11 ic  Il nuisi    be  borne in   mind   thai!  Skagway owes its very existence to j  Dawson, and   not   a  without which    there  never would  have been a Skagway.  The same paper, referring editorially to a proposed big celebration  to be held in Daws-ni i,: July next,  says:  "II the large excursion occurs iL  would not be a bad idea to have a  few aitraciions ai Skagway to catch  them going and coming. We know  how io entertain here, and besides,  wo don't waul to h;ive I lie checlia-  co.s attack lhe trail 1.00 heavily  loaded witli finances,  load  trary, continues lo rise at tbe grade  of the main valley and finally terminates., in a broad, drill-covered  plateau; 1700 feet above the lake.  This plateau forms the watershed  whence now descend the headwaters  of Spruce, McKee, Dixie and Otter  creeks, and whence alsj descended  in an earlier period the extensive  glacier mass, whose superficial and  lateral moraines mantle tlie twin  valleys and the connecting valley of  Otter.  The direction in which Ibis ice  mass advanced is clearly shown in  lhe many evidences it has left behind il, suggesting its piobable  source and general movement. It  appears to have followed down the  valley of Spruce and lo have diagonally    crossed    lire  main valley,  ��,m\ Russell.  Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars.  Peel and Billiards Tree,  Burton,   Pro|>s<  9.  *  Importer  of (reneral    Merchandise  iVUner^s,    -Suppliers  OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C.  moving  in agenei'illy   north-westerly   direction,    vli'ce   free  of   the  confining- range, of  Hald   or  Spruce j  mountain    it   M-oins,    however,    to  have   snread   northwaid  and   east-  1 c i  ward across' upper Pine valley, and ,  ills   north and south J  of Discovcrv    basin   are   doubtless j  1  illle to Atlin; jt!ie terminal   moraines   ol"  weir,    ol    tin.-,  They might '��� reaches bein  and   besides ja uorlhwaid  this outward spread.  No evidence exists of any great  westerly ice movement down  Pine valley from lhe direction of  lhe granite highlands .surrounding-  Pake Surprise. 'The general flal-  ��� ess ,->!' the upper valley of Pine,  together with the undisturbed condition 01" its pie-glacial grave!.- j  seems 10 preclude any such hypoih- I v.^V/ S'fPFME"  csis: the glacial drift in its higher  ilainlv derived   1  <ooins and Beds  Best Liquors and Cigars  WB J. SMITH,  Vancouver  Genera!  Store.  CARR1KS A l'UPP PIXKOP  O UN KRAI, M KKCH A X DISK  A. S. Ckohs & Co  !*t. Si i-ccl Atlin.  CO   TO  For Excellent Coffee.  Short Orders a Specialty.  Kim-t llei'f or Uoa-.t   Pcu-lc wirli .Miis'.ii'oniii.u.  I-'ULI.   MICAI..    I-'IKI'Y    OKS'I'S.  there is :i chanee    that    tlu:y might j;  ���ron. jTroy hmw&rj & Bath House  nir of the main mass ' Will be in New Quarters on and after  be lobbed en route."  ���  If that "city by the sea  endeavour    to   renew   the  ". should  dnvs of  1 indicated   descending   the valley of  Otter creek.   (){' the many moraines  left by this ancient  glacier es'idenc-  " Soapy   Smith,"   as   niigiif . be in-!'"'-   its   direction   of  How the most  ferred from the above .([notation, the j prominent  can   be traced, willi but  Canadian   Rail-jiinie   |>,-e:ik, from the -.Spruce 'flank  of Hald mountain io the foot of Dis-  sooner   the    "A  way"    to   the   Yukon   is built tlie  better   for   all    concerned.     When I  March 4th, 1901.  C. 1!. COI'I'IN Pro  cfc  .1. 11. Ilro-.vn!��ir, P. L. S., I). L. S.  K. C. Uwry, A. M. I. C. 1'..  NOTAIJY   IMJULIC.  OTI-'IOI-;:    C'ui'iii'i- ol' Third unci I'cin-I Sn-r-t't,  Atlin,    II.     ('..    opposite (invf-i'iniH-iit llniltl-  iiiK'1-.  All kinds <il'  iiiinintr piipio-- iniiilc i,m   Si'Vci-al  .voni's" priicliciil   cxpiirii.-nc!!?.-���  ���   OKI-'IOK OK II. M's CUSTOMS.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  BliST    LIQUORS   &   CIGARS  ihis coiiiuiinniation "devoutly to be l-cc'vePv lwsi��. Ihence across the. bed j Civil and Hydraulic Engineers, : Goon, awommouatidx,   - KuarAUKAh-x in  wished fur  where Ska:  grown I  is .a nalil  wnv will 'be  .. we '.'wonder  "'  then    'moss-! the  ; for  and    westerly a long  nnrthern    ban!: of ihal s: ivain '  upwards   ol" a mile, ending1 ub-.,l  Land Surveyors-  I'kaki   Stuui-:t,  Ati.in, IP C.  CONNRCTION.  S. -IOIIXST'ON; Pronrlrtoi;  (iood Stubllny foi' Homes and Dogi.  '1  f  f.ll  iS  ix  1  m  1  Mk  I  ft  m  m  m  m  Im  j^ffWn^-w.Trwpj^rr^ wjfa ���  * Ij1'  4 nts * *#u**r-*>mmr  rttvtwrjp.Xtf^ P'2^'  ATPP\,   IPC, SATURDAY.  AI'RIP,   r;v   1901 ���  di-:aij-:ks in  ,.^-S-  Binders1',  Tin Shop in ('uMiMM'i ion.  r  Call on us for Prices.  nardware,  iners", a^ssS Mill   ����3ppSi@s? Staves and Kitchen Furnishings.  Agents for   GIANT   POWDER   Co., Con. -   Stork of ilyimmitc nlway.- on  hnnd. , *   ,t  Cor. of PEARL and FsRST ST., ATLIN,  B. C.  ruplly in' Uic vicinity of Spruce  Junction camp.  This lateral moraine may be regarded as lhe key lo much of the  surface topography of Pine valley  ��� as :i vvlu lc, as well as to 'he glacial  streams whose buried channels arc  ill once the hope and lhe. reliance ol"  lhe hydraulic miner and dredger  at whose hands they must liud development. It is due to its existence ��� that the main drainage system of the receding glacier"\'\as almost    wholly    in    the   direction  of  ���Stcveudvkc and Spruce creeks, aril  1 1  that the valley of upper Pine was  early transformed into a lake basin  of which Surprise lake formed but  a pari.  The glacial deposits, whose presence is due In Lhe long continued  action of lhis extensive glacier, coiir.  sti'ule a distinguishable series, of  which boulder clay and more or less  stratified silts, sands and gravels represent tlie several members. Klu-  vio-glaciai gravels are often the  basis of the whole, interchangeable  ���with the boulder clay in part, and  in pari also representing the lowest  member of the series with silts,  boulder clay and "partly stratified  gravels immediately succeeding.  From this kilter order ofytrrange-.  meut it would appear "that the advancing as well as the receding  glacier assisted in the general deposition.  According to the superficial evidences at hand, the close of the  glacial period was marked by a sudden flooding of lhe main valley from  above, from which phenomena appears to date the age ol concentration lo which we owe the low-level  channel ol* Pine creek, on which the  discovery of Fritz Miller was made,  as well as lhe shallow placers of  Spruce creek so rich in "runs" <-f  tbe precious metal.  The cause of this phenomena can  only be conjectured, however marked its evidences. A sudden change  in temperature, due to altered climatic or lo physical conditions, affecting the general region, may be  given as one of the more reasonable  hypotheses. Such change, moreover, appears lo have affected only  the lower valley, not exceeding in  elevation 3000 feel above sea level,  for the glacier mass continued for  sonic considerable lime thereafter to  occupy the foothills ol" Hald mountain and the upper valleys of Spruce!  and Oiler creeks.  A^   has   been   slated, the   glacial  gravels of  lluvial   origin   are to be j  ascribed    to   lhe   earlier and   later j  glacial periods the generaPniass of  boulder, clay and glacial drift being  luomiuic malle ��� laid down independent of fluvial action. These three  classes of deposit greatly vary in  economic importance, and the general   observation 'concerning    their  several    values    nuty    be    thus  set  down. '  The morainic material ' carries  little value even,in line gold, and il  seems extremely doubtful' whether  it would pay, uudisr existing conditions, to hydraulic the hills and  terraced" banks- composed solely ol  this unstralified material. When,  however, it is found to overlay a  stralilicalion of fluvial grave's and  forms the capping, so lo speak, of  an early glacial stream its values  are suflicient to pay the cost of its  own removal, and lhe lower slratas  of gravel and sill would raise the  average of the whole, per cubic  yard, to a very satisfactory margin  of profit. The depths of these  mixed deposits exceeds 100 feet in  jilaces, running, however, from 60  io So as the rule. The high level  channels of Pine and Spruce creeks  may be instanced as ai. example of  this class of glacial deposits. Their  bedrock runs have proved of exceptional richness in streaks, and  so far as they iia've been worked by  drifting have u'..iformly paid labor,  material and profit.  The lator class ot glacial streams,  represented by the low level channels of Pine 'and Spruce have concentrated a wide area and depth of  glacial'drift, which, so far as these  channels have themselves been  worked, seems to be largely composed of disturbed gold gravels of  .'pre-g:acial times. The result has  been an area of comparatively shallow ground of uniform great richness. Whether this will hold good  as the channels are traced downward Li the lake lemaius yet to be  defluilely ascertained. This season's  developments on the- StevencK ke  property, will, it is expected, acid  not a little to our present knowledge  on lhis interesting point.  " Such in brief are 'the reasons for  my belief in the future of Atlin as a  hydianlic camp, equal in promise  to any on this northern continent.  Niy   observations    have   not  yet  carried me into the   domain of lode  mining, so thai. I can offer'no hone  as t<>'  lhe   permanence   which this  class   of   mining   alone   gives to a  mining   district, other   than to  remark   that   our    formations   more  nearly    resemble    those   of certain I  highly mineralized ureas of the Cali- j  fornia   gold  bell than any of which j  there is    knowledge    in  Urilish Co-i  Ir, 111 iiia.  Fkank Wi-:ik.     j  NOTICE   OF    MEETING.  meut, and the   Claim    will    not be  backward "in furnishing reliable in-    formation   regarding the district to      'p}ie   Monthly  ."Vexing, of    tlie  such a responsible and   enterprisingj Hr>AUJJ OK Tkahh will   be" held at  journal   as   the   " Knginecring and 1 ; ,,, ��� ,        r.  J .-> r. , jj v   M   on  I ueudiiv   next, the   16U1  Mining Journal." . K '  , 111st, at lhe Court House.   All meni-  J. A. PRASKR   UPTURNS.-  ' hers are requested to be present.  Mr. j. A. Fraser got   back to Al-  lin ou   Tuesday   afternoon,   'tie re-,  ports    thai   the   lone in  respect to i  Atlin and   district 011 the outside is  very favourable, in fact, belter tl.au  it has ever been since   its first year.  The development of the country is  being watched with no ordinary interest,    inquiries   are   being made  for Atlin   properties   by   capitalists  from eastern Canada and the United  States,     particularly     the     eastern  Slates.     Mr.   Fraser   believes   that j  much    attention   will    be given lhe  district   by   people who  mean business and   who   are   looking for safe i  and   profitable   mining investments:  sueli as he firmlv   believes   exist in j  this camp.  We congratulate Mr. Fraser_ upon his appointment as Postmaster,  to succeed" Mr. K. C. Mahoney, retired. Mr. PVaser will enter upon  his official duties immediately.  DISSOLUTION   OF    PARTNER-  SliiP.     .   "  ���RJO'J'lGli is hereby (iivmi thai tins partner-  '       ship  heretofore   fxi-tiiia   between  tlm  nutlei-.-i^'iotl. A. -I. Hitker  and li. G. Trinnnut,  oi- under the linn name of The Atlin Lumber  timl Mining Company, has this day been dissolved.   Tbe business of the firm will he continued by ilr. A. J. Baker, who will also imy  all outstanding liabilities.   All uecounts duo  to the. late iirm ��ill be collected by bin1.  A. J. BAKEU.  li. O. TiiN:nA.\T.  Atlin. IS. C!.. A|>ril Irli. liini.  CAXCKLLATIOX OK RhSKkVK.  (\\.-,.-i,--1: Disrmt'T.  J. M. Ruffner, of the-Sunrise Co.,  went to While Korse this week.  ���(SJOTIOI-; is hereby ��i veil that the rcserva-  tion plueed on Crown lands situated in  thu Bennett Luke and Atlin Lake Minin;;  Divisions of Cassiar District, notii-e i.f  which -was published in the Urilish Columbia Gazette and dated l'-Ilh December,  ISPS, is hereby eui'celled.  W. ('. WISLLS.  Chief Commissioner of Land- <V Works.  Lands it Work- Department.  Victoria. II. C, 311th -Junuar). I!W1.  :i in-fu J:i  5W750  |S8  ���  o  o  ���  o  THE  Tkmporakv Pkh.-ulsks Nouvhkrn PIotkl.  ���5  o  o  <* t  ^��>o*o^o*o��ci*a$��0O*<<oo*!a'c^c>*' <K**��*ct*a*O4to^*o*'0*"0*cKt*'o*  B2_  BUILDER  AND  CONTRACTOR  F.STIMATKS  GIVEN ON   ALL  ���   KINDS OF WORK  PLANS ANDSPKCIFICATION3  "      A    SPl'ClALTV  BRICKS FOR SALE.  GFFBGE:   TitErd Street. AtSin.  NKXT TO CntTKCH Ol--   KNC1.ANI).  TTTV  \>  EE  B  r  }./  jjlj.s^j * <��  l'EN]  vji. li/  )Alv.  ��&  a ^ r^9  In the issue, just received, of the  Knoinki-uinc: & Mixixc; Jouk-j  n.\i. of New York. .March 23rd, wc  are pleased to note the addition of a  Canadian Kuppleiiieiit.-''* .If this supplement, consisting ,��� of��� 16 ' pages, -  keeps up to the record >>f its first  issue the henefil to the Canadian  nulling industry is,undoubted. Atlin is not forgotten   in   this supple-  A. ). Baker  Manager,  ran  flee ��it Pine  4  I,  ' 'id  51 m  pyp  ftp  ^siwj:j'jwatA^af'-sw;.-wwn^i'r,t��Bt��r^.T.^  m.  U:-::-;  |Pp-  ��� ���I;:: ������-,  IP-PP"  H-.rr--:.;:'.-V.'.  tAPPP'  At  to  fpppp.  Iv-r''-;'"-:-. '-���  laPP^'7  .lifl-fc--''  1$ }&���'"���'' '''"'  |:p��iPPP  l#P  P  f P'  ''-'A  I&H  1  atlIn,";;:B.p:c.a;saturjjay,p  ,:;p-:;:;.:p];'::p-;p^p;>Tl  '' "p'P '-p/J  P;  ' 'pPP'' P.P,INK/'c^'l.'VP.lP-;b;;,77i:7?P,7;V7:P     '-.P-   77:7p'''r7 'P-  Pp:PPPPP:PP;.p;v;rp7pp'^  Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Gents',,Fui'tiishmgs and Miners' Supplies  7pP.pPp-'PP':��� ::Sg.''::b. :wEwr0��;:&P��o;7:.p^:ppppp''p'pppp  PICKED UFPliERE ANDpTHERE,  . ClHiridi  iif Ivo^liiti.il:  :..!.... :,  Sp.Miii-tin'.s Ghiireh.eor. Third and Traiu-  or streets. Sunday; services, Matins at II a-  in., Kveiisoip- 7::',() p. in. Celebravion ol'lloly  (Joininuiiinii,   Ist Sunday in eaeli .intuith and  ''on Special occasions.>��� .Sunday.'Sellnol.'.Sutidily at :l p. in. ,7 C(iniiniltee'-Moetini.'S, 1st-  Thursday in uiioli month; '������ .::.<��� :���>;.-'������.-. ���;������;���: ���'!'���������,-  -P-., IJev. !<\ L. Stephenson, UectorP  St. Andrew's. Presbyterian-Church hold  .services in the A.77 II. Mall, Second .Street.  Morning- .seryiee.7iit7ll,J eyeiiiiif^ soryice',?:"!)  PSunduy School tit, tlie. close of the morn ins  i servhie.- .  RevPl.rPriii>rlp Minister.;;77^:7777'  :; pSmpke,jpaVFlpi";dejMarca aiuPyqu  pPpvilliSiviokePiiootliei-.bfandi.ask for  P ::':it;aud.'se'e"ihapyoJiPge.p  P;f;Hotel;d<:eeps:jtliein/ '���P>PVPP;-PP':-;-p':;i  IP :PP^iiP7a-'d:rJ\;I:rsp;;;CancellorParrived;  p7.;.;ihpp\vn'yeiiterdayPP'P; pVPp;PPpP;P  ;pypBath's :HotJ;7Troy.7Laundryi7%P:,j7P7  :Pp; .Group, of SeyeiP Bench claims;fbr  PPsaleP. Best pari of Pine cr-eekp-PAp-  PP^'Clatm; Office-;Pp.' PP;7pPpPpP'V-  . ������'-: P     :- ':' -<r   :  '.77 ,'77.,.:.;. : '7^777 7. v;.'.. 77 77 ''.7. /'77 V, 7.     .7...  PP;The largest/^  :'--   Atlin; "oiily'ioPcents :exchange,Vat.  ICpSllmarf^Q^  ;Jack:V;iByrori.i:. desires;: usHoPstate  PthatlrePeavesP^  PpliboutPPiiePsi'iia. PinstP aiid PrhaPall  7 .parties":having,7claimsPagiUust7hirn  ���;-. wilPrecei ye:'; ; pay ine'ntP on P prese'uta-;  P tion oPtheiiPaccouiits,: and ..all.;: parp  'P;:-tie.s^>iiidel)te^  Ppq nested tcPmakeP sell lenient 'before  -������:���'    V. ,.i:-7-' :-'-    ...::.���..-:..!:��� .. 7      '   "-. . 7    -.-:,. t>    -.:.-'.' _.7.7  :\P;ih;U;:'dateP^p;PPPPrPP'7 PP:;;77pp;:PpPP  .-, .''P - Full .line of statioiierpat Dockrili'sP  PpP^om^Hinchcliffe-vhasTii-etivrried^to:  ,; 'the old stand PaPTaku and .iiPpre-  ' pared to cater, to his old friends,as  of yore. 7 Mi-s.j;Hinclicliffe::will .put  'up lhe.saiue good old .meals as the  P weary traveller Used, to get ac.liome.  :;;; The latest* inapS'Of Atlin district  p at Pilliuan iPCo's.- P P ."'"',, PP.,-.;  ., p W. M. .Brook:".returned��������� lo Atlin  ; on-Thursday accompanied .by-FPT:  %; Hamshaw .'.and;C. :B.. Caddis.- (Mr.  P .Brook is heavily/Pnterested on Pine  pane! .Spruce,creeks- 'and it is exp.ect-  .Ped.he will: shortly ;begiu .activeVop-.  ���Peralio'us."    ..;'--: -.->'.. .-.  ���;';���  Oranges, Si ;per.dozen,   at ..Pill-.  -  IIUP:  &   GO'S.   ;;;PVP P~: 7'7-7 ���'.-'  '- - ���-.-;  '; Just:arri\'ed !' ^resh potatoes and  ���P oil ions   'aiid-   strictly    fresh  '-Eggs.-:  ; Best,. Creamery/. 'Butter,    Oranges,  ��� ������Lemons'and Apples'.at Pillman's.    ���  :,      I', "T.   Hamslvaw,   an   hydraulic  "ruining- engineer, 'is, in.   town.    -He  Horace Leach,-Mr. aiid:Mrs.iShort,  li: Pari-ott, IP -Anderson, J. Clinloriv  ,F.; H.'.Cra'iie,p johii'Standly.PToni  Renis, 'Jack . Titlinger,. J. -H'.PMar-  qiii's.- '���'��� jack r-Letherdale - is'on,.his  way','";in',! "lie is bringing in some  freight by,way 'of 'Carib'ou.,.,-,',  P-Anbther v.sliipinent of "those 11110..  cliickens':lias ifirrived"; for Fraser &  ���Cp..''-::';-/Come Pearly;Paiidp;get ';yoiir  choice at ^ojeeuIs per: pound:PPP'P:  7.:PW.77lC;,..G.il)Soj)i:;,Pii  Wiilb\v; ���;Greek;P:fI:ydi1aulic7Co.,'. is  IPck;;;and;WorkpYilf" be:'resumed as,  s6oii;as:the::snbu'v;nies.,,P7plP-M  ���warcisiiiccpinp^^^  ���pStbre tbPeuPuPbesPpart.of  .2o'?x;-38.y--^A'pply;-:-C^:iAij  : Ppbirry, Paveytau(lPS:; ;M:B  'ni'iisli'eci.'.iu.;tiusi\veek;|ip  p?.Tr^vHiptfliaii^  P The; 'PibneeP StoreVvwaPTlieVfirst  store .opeiiedPiiyPpiiie ;Cilypaud;has  a 1 ways h ad'; tli e ,;r e put a li on' o f, ca r r; y-���'  .tire -best;".-";stbck;:-7:)f="goo'd's'Pthe;earnp  eaii;-;get.; ?;���'i;i'v' C-vr3:':"-N��w.tbuP:>has  opened j with a PfulP -UPe^oP. fpesh  -goodPitistJu 'TroRi -:.t,he .cbaslpand'  -^.'7- .-.������'--.' ������,���-.'      ������-  77-;:-:      ������   ���    .,:    .7.,   .,...;.  ..'-: 7  .'he-;will ;be:|iieased:;rtb;see,a!lVhis'xPd j  .frie'uds:; back^a'gauL^  v-P : :��� ������ ���:-���' .������':��� ��� ::-: ���:    7^. .     7';- c.7---7: -. ��� .���.;���. 7- ������ : .��� 7: ���:  pP;Mr/"AlitcnellpBrophNg::;arrjved in  AtliiP last 'Saturday. 7p]^e;i0upexp  ;perpp!iydrHulic;niinei,: haying .spent  tuariy;;\-e'ars-';in ^CariboiiancL'Calirbr--  piaY:P-Bt"e:conres.:well;p-e'comuieiide(:ly  aiMPvhbevei-7:vSecures:7liisPser\-iccs,  \Nn"liygelpp.gp^d.;,!najPPiPP:P?P:p.;'7  P^-tJPTP S witiSrPli:is"'Petu^n  Piiiladelpdia.PpHe reportsithatAlrJ  Low/is briaging.Piir.;:an P hydraulic,  plant;" forPhis77:property'���:Qn'p'Ruby:  'creekP'P/P;. .P'P'.p.'.-. ''?���}��� ''*������;���  ���PGould :aiicf Kent; are: doing ;\vell  on, Gold Run.7; They are working  on.bedrock; and���'have a fine dump  ready to;sluice as soon as'the.'":siio"\v  goesP'p ;-:PP':'-'';.:-"';P^i-:'P;:PP' ;;P.'.': /"'PP;.  '���PR-.' C.'Lo.wry has: returned, from  a tPro: morn IPs :trip^.tp7the coastP: ;:::P,  " AsiPforPPicaclilly Club Scotckat  tlie'Leland Hoiek   ���': ^pP':���������"     ;P'..���;;.���--  A. C.Mirschfeld   carried.-offpiirst  prize in the shooting,-contest,.making 347.outof a possible 35,7. P !;" .  leading; house: -  K)R.  '.���:':.!������::  COMPLETE ::STOCK  ^ENE^pGOODS?  ,��_!  :.'pI%emp6rar^pPre^  p :: i���^ a �����������'"w~ (T?��: Brs ^ ��* 'cl.  "o�� :H__> SkJ Lv.l'.;I Si? l/.'.-^O.  >S^1  m.  *?.*.^.*.  'hyhaye}^er^thinglhi  PkPc.'GiPr.KSi'iipPPi-opP  ';;;WaltPr: Blak'ihMgr.  EiHest?|:7y^i^6S|jPpi^  PlfetS  iga;rs:  ;Enr-msliedpK:Q  jjor^ime ;^i^  <���>  ���&r  ���';FiliTi:S,pPlatesv etc.:.for--s^lb:''J:;;Jp.;-;  r^     pHrst  ;;Br|s��fi:|) .tipMglO^  OPENINGS 'ORpTHK/^NiJGOR'T;  : HOTEL AT riSCOVERY.p :  <&J��.  Shelf.ia'nd.Reayy,:. Hardwaine, \  -Xew.andSeconii   Hand   Tin .liiicl'. Granite AV11 re, I run 7 Steel. PicUs, Shovels "ntiil  HliiekMiiith's"  ;-.-^���-.: -���'���    7       t'!oal. Giant 1*0wder': Caps. Puse and Silicon St<i\-i?s.  "���],;,_'_:: (iooils   i!oui;nt.   Sold   linsl." Exchditged.''  'Hw^g   who missed   the opening  of lhe Nugget' 'Hotel, missed one  ison the lookout fbrgood a hydrau- |of Lhe lre.^^0 f U)e seasbn.: Last  lie..'proposition.,'      Mr.    Hamshaw  only   spend a few  will  camp just now. but  d'avs in the  i Tuesdav'-:.eve'niiis>-    Mr.. '"-Haves,, the  ���i!S  PRESHpMEATS ALWAYS ON; HAND.  amc   in   seas<  CORNJiR    lMKS'11     AND -   PKAKL    STRmC'I'S.  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  turn   short!)-   and complete his in-  vestig.ilions.     He' represents   i\ew  \'ork -capitalists.  lis.'    Dock rill's Climax.  Coug'i  Manv   familiar   jgenial ']>ropnetor ��� kept  open liou.se  xpects  tore-Plml ; a   ,;1-^-- lllin,h��r:()f   Allinites  :journeyed.up io   Discovery.    Their  reception   was   we'd   worth a much  harder   trip,' for   .Mr.   Hayes "did  himself   brown"    to   entertain   his  .t- "guests.     A dance was- held   in  the  faces   are ���l)eing-,'s,J.,ci,"ms  ],-d| nd'joinini'-' the Hotel,  K.'! L>'VK!  .1. (1. OlIIINK.I.I..  W��- -������  III!  ut  r|0|(  seen on the streets, having returned!: and'; its c.i|vacity was fully tested Jo]  iVoin     their   soulheYip-'pilgrimage."J7lccol)llll(Kiale     \jr.     Hayes   many I,  Wc.see   some  strangers   whom   we; (Viunds.     A   bountecius   sunnerwasl  are glad to welcome.  served a I niidnight t-i   which ample  ;justice was done   by al  Discovery.  OPEN   DA VAN I)   NIGHT.  I-1 RS'l'-C I, ASS REST A I' R ANT  IN'  CONNECTION.  nrscoyERv, ;j*. c;  When you cometo  Discovery take  -shelter under tbe tree.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  -,"' Hot Paths, Troy i/.uuidry.  There have been over sixty ar- i ti,c ������ wcc slU!l lKU,rs" thalthe  rivals this week, iiiid among these Jconipjiny dispersed voting Mr.  we have noticed the following: : Hayes "a joily. good  fellow," and  Mr. and Mrs. Morris of 28 below 1 hoping   that   many   another such  on Boulder. -  Fred Wrong and wife, Miss Obar,  happy a night   might   be spent under his hospitable roof.  It was ill    "''ill'1l||,,l'l"l's''"'"'""''^ I'orrutlVi stnjre.  \r IRK LAND MOTE!.,  I\  I'IKf.T   HTRKKT     ATLIN.  J.   KJKKLAND,  - Managkk.  First-class dining room  And Elegant-Sleeping Rooms.  ?7  PATHS    ..'-.-......  iPARPER SHOP  .!���'. LINK Prop.  Now oei-upy their new quarters ue.\t  lo the itiiiik of li. N. A., i-'irst Street.  The hath rooms are eiiuiill.v as (rood as foiind  in  id Hits.    Private  l-Iiitraiu-e for Indies.  If  ITLES l^KHvRT & SON.  -��� Swiss .Watchmakhks,:.'  And  luii'iiiifn'etiii'iiiK-jewellers.  All Uinds of iiuj.-ot. work nsiieittnil'with  neatnes.,- and dispaUdi.  I-'irst   st.   next   lo Vaiu-oiu-cr (tpikm-iiI Store  I  ..^mMtaauS^^^"^ ''-\~-"r"


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