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 >5  THE ATLIN  CLA  VOL. , '4.  ATLIN, B. C, SATURDAY. APRIL, 20, -igoi.  NO. 9:  JUST    ARRIVED  A TRAITOR IN CAMP.  Our Spring Stock of Staple and Fancy.. Dry, Goods  Selected to suit the taste and needs  of the Ladies of Atlin.   .  In Men's Furnishings we can show some lines in: -  FANCY    SHIRTS  HOSIERY  SUSPENDERS  UNDERWEAR  FINE AMERICAN SHOES  GOLD SEAL BOOTS  .GOLD SEAL SHOES:  CLOTHING. ���  We have a-Fino Lino of English and French Briar Pipes.  OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES IS LARGE AND COMPLETE.  PRICES REASONABLE.  BLACK "KIT & CO.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID'   UP   '$8,000,000.   '   '  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  San Franeiseo,  Portland,  ... ,, Skagway, ete.  -��� Exchange sold on all Points*  "Sailor Bill" Goes   Back on  Atlin.  He Seeks to Deprecate, This Camp  In the Minds of English Investors. ���    .      '"."' ""  Gold. Dust. Purcijaski!���Assay Office in Connection.  T.  R.   BILLET1\ Manager.  ATLIN BREWING Co.  HRKWKRS Ol' STKAM  AND LAGF.R  HKKR.      NONK.  HIJT THK  hkst   iNORKinu^n . u-snu   in  tiik   m vv:m'act(irh   ok  Ot'R   UKRK.TlIli   ON1.V   ItRlCWKRV  IN THK ARCTIC  RKGIONS.   .  OKDKRS  I'ROMI'TLY  I'lLLKD l'OR AM.  l'ARTS Ol' TIIK YUKON  TERRITORY   AN'O    NORTH WKiTK.-lN     liRITLSH    COLUMBIA.  ��� A T L I N.  B. C.  Pioneer -Bakery and Restaurant  S1-MCCIAI.TIH8   IN  FANCY   CAKES    &   PASTRY.  Fresh Brsady Rye Bread, etc.  Ci-ias.   Mykk, Proprietor.  Gopd Room's to Rent   -By the   Day,' Week or  Month  at reasonable  rates.  OFFICES   TO-  RENT ' '   -  -   in  THE   PUBLISHER'S   BLOCK  The most Central and   Convenient   in   Town.     Will   be  altered to suit  Tenants.  - .  A. C. Hirschfeld.  E. W. BB&KLE,   Nctary  Public,  ACCOUNTANT,    MINING    BROKER,   AND    FINANCIAL   AGENT.  Abstracts Prepared and Accounts Collected.  Oki'ick:���Oim'ositk  Provincial Govkrnmknt  hi'11,ding.  The = Bank = of = British = North = America  l'.-,tulilislii'tl ill I.Vii.   Jiir.ii'iiuriUi'iI liy Ittn.viil Cliiii'ti'r.  Paid Li- Capital #4,..S66,66o  Kkshrvk Im'nd Si.703.333  Head Office in Canada:   Montreal.  H.  Stikkman,  General   Manager.  Branches in all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco, Seattle. Tacotna, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Ktc.  ASSAY  OFFICE  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.  Ou-irtz Assaying at Rrasmable Rates.  ' Through the kindness of the Secretary of the Nimrod Syndicate,  Limited, we are permitted to publish  the following letter from W.J. Partridge," alias ''Sailer Bill," alias  "The Champion Liar of the Yukon:"  ; March. 16th,' Toor.  To the Secretary,  ���The Nimrod Syndicate  London, JC. C.  Dkar Sir.':--T noticed a paragraph in the "Financial Times"  last, week speaking in favour of an  hydraulic property.which your com-  panypacquired on McKee creek in  Atlin. B. C. I told you once and I  tell -you again that this creek wjll  never pay. - A belter man than you  had...there worked it for two years  aud.iKran him into debt at the  bank, until he was clever enough  to/dispose of it to your .company  last year., .  '.You.may not   believe ' me   now,  but  :you-'  will      this   time   twelve  months. . I  am   going   to write an  Article on  McKee creek to the Financial-   papers   myself to   save  the  public   from   being misled.'   I was  on the creek   for some  time   and I  thoroughly prospected it so I know  something   of   it.     No   man   that  knows   his   business can contradict  what I shall say.���Yours faithfully,  W. J. Partridok.  i      10 Upper Bedford Place.  j .Russell Square, W. C.  The above letter is written in  Sailor Bill's usual style of bluff, as  all who know hiu-i can see- -it may  be taken for what it is worth. It is  evident that Partridge's knowledge  of McKee creek and its extraordinary yield during the last two years  must be very limited, royalty was  paid on 2729 ounces, representing  close upon $50,000, and was taken  out the first' season, and a much  greater amount the following season.. Hven then, but some 30 to 50  feet of the creek bed had been worked, and the benches' had not been  touched. Again, Partridge would  give everybody to know that lie  practically owned the earth when  he became owner of a group of hy-1  draulic leases between McKee, pro-1  per, and Atlin lake; however, it'  I was well known in camp that he!  was about "broke," and he had a  law suit pending, he sold out  those hydraulic leases���five miles,  he calls it���for $500 to Mr. Christopher, and now says that he  was well paid. Had he .spent  $500 in prospecting the ground he  would   have been   surprised at its  yield per cubic yard.  Shortly after Bill's ad\enl i:.to  camp, his first endeavor was to try  and impress the people that he was  a'veritable "saviout of the miners.'.'  ���He was " going to save them from  the tyrannies of an unjust and unscrupulous grovernineut. He did  nothing but "blow," and very soon  made himself the laughing stock of  the whole community.  ��� Because he did not get a "fat  job" from the Nimrod Syndicate,  to-whom' he had sold the Anaconda .  group,' he has had his kni e into  Loid Jvrnest Hamilton and all connected with him. . In our .-mall,  .opinion, he has shown himself to he  a man devoid of all ho-our or vlie,'  first instincts of a gentleman, fortunately, one swallow won't make  a summer, and, one.- man of .'-ailcr  Bill's stamp 'won't' mar the good  name of Atlin.  It is unfortunate that we,did not  receive- this communication earlier,;  so. that we-might have had an. opportunity of anticipating Rill's " ar-  ���ticle'!-i.n thi.London .journals. -  " No. 1."  Atlin Now the Owner of a Fire  ... Engine.  It Will Be Shipped  in as Soon  as  Navigation Opens.'  ' Through the efforts of Mr. J. D.  Graham and other gentlemen mentioned below Atliu'will soon be the  possessor of one of the finest manual  fire- engines manufactured. Such  was the intelligence submitted to  the public at the meeting held on  Thuriday evening. The engine  was puichased by Mr. Graham  at a very reasonable figure. The  details of the engine arc as follows:  Panel water box. over all about.9  feet long, by 2 ft. S in., by 19 in.  deep, covered. Two side brakes,,  each about 16 feel long, brakes to  fold up over engine when not in  use. Two brass pumps, about b)/>  in. hy H}4 in- stroke. Suction  hose, t,}A in. with brass strainer,  metal top frame carrying suction'  hose. Two hose discharges. Drag  rope and reel. Two nozzles. The  engine is mounted on four wheels,  and weighs, complete, about 1S00  pounds. Keel for hose and 1000  feet ol gum and wax-treated cotton  "Arrow" brand fire hose, 2 in. inside diameter, with all necessary  couplings.  The thanks of the citizens are  due to the following gentlemen lor  the valuable assistance rendered to  Mr. Graham: Messrs. Clifford and  Stables, M. L. A.s, Thomas Deasy,  Chief, Victoria Fire Department,  W. Wallace Grime, J. Healhorne,  C. P. R. Co., Victoria, K. C. I law-  Continued 0:1 Fourlh Page.  >     '.V  -;. >t  I    7  1  i  \  1    �����.  *    Iff I  ' I  ���  I     !  (.   '1  '     t  '"-1 M  wW;k ������:>������������  lift  mm  wm  Pit;  fit'f'.'f'  |-p';-;-L-  It!/./:'//  I'!".   'J,'.'",  ' ..//i ;-..������  IjI'-'IJ.I:"'  iilii7  ;��r  MM  i;#I^;  lift  l#;;f  111  I'g-S! V-V.:'/.v  ||,;;^i/i'.-'-  mm  n:&l ::.:':���  *;��:'��.  .'.-- ���������- -  |p;.r/y ;:;���/.  li  tty9'"V--V---;!  I'll'$���'������������  IB;  I%$  IsR/i;  ��� ft jV  fir?--!  ���U:,  m  111:!  Iljf  h'i ;r�� '.-.���{' ������  tai  fell  ��� A'fytK:f}&6/^  ���2d, -���iyo.i.i-  ^1  1   :Pnlilisli<?(! /every:  Sni iirilii.v .iiKii'iiiiiir   by  / ;/   Tiik Ati.i'n :Oiiaiii'i V'cr.i/iNiiiNd Go..;;..'/  ,V. (J. 'lllfKl'lll'I'.l.lli'lilllTilll iil'ill..'PlIllI'lflKTOIt.  Ollicivoi' iiiililicntionlViii'l S':/  .':y..'v  " Ailvi'i't.i-iiii'jr'.i'iiU's/iiukI!1 Wiiowiioii ii'iiiilicn-  ' ti1111.    /'"������    -;'.-'��� ';   "��� ''<:������ "��� '.'������: ,���.:���  / 'I'iic 'siihsiM'iiil ioii i��ri(V is :r-"r a .vpi'.i'/pn.v-;  Hlili' in nilvinuM'. /No |iii|��'r \vill In- ili'liven-cl  niil'iSs; t.linsi! viin'iliiiiiiis iii'c I'omnliril wit li.    ~t\  Saturday, April 20th,  ioot.  :'i ��� It-is-/'.-with   much; /pleasure; that  ';we siibhiit'to";o 11 r���reader^//M iv Jt/:D;',  "Graham's report0 as/lo'vAvhat/be has:  /./done/on /behalf bf;Atliiv'ih;|!he;'mat^  '���'.'.-. ten of pro .lection/'';; against; ,...fire. ///By  ::>Mi'.-:Grni!iaiu^s;:magiuiniulpus  ;���;:-'Atliii -is.���/placed;-';/according.;?:t.6;:"/tliei  :;i!isurance;'cpnipahiesiv0ii  abou^the;  ::!Vsec6i,id;.grade,.of/insurauce, risk,;! and.  ./that/;' sue li.-.';, companies;'-. hence fort.li,  :!:;will:^iVot-//be./> so/Miable:'���'ioVvtiirii.-us/i  ;;:Vl'0.>\h'j',''^  /; \ve;shall;-.���.���'.'be.'.;-able-to obtahr will/be  p;'  leeting' '/' of  ��� Shareholders; of'  ���;; / the4rVtlih ;/Miriing/:Co. ; /  Held in London" Reports/ Excellent  ,���.-..; Prospects for. .This .Season's  ; ';'/Work.','���'' --;;- y'./;'-: ���;��������''������;>;���'���;<,������',  '; The'/Statutory General Meeting  of///the/;/ Atliii Mining1 /Company;  Limited,/was /held; on-./Wednesday,/.  'March;/i3tliV at/;the ./'ofiices, ;.54.-.01d  Br6acb;.Street,^I<6iid6n/ /'li;/ (;:/:Mr.-  Cl 1 a rles;: /Clark.'/ liniff^KC.^Jp (the  Chairman' of "the Company ypresidk  ihg.y';/���;.-://; /;-'-:;;;v::>;/;'v'/:;/:'w//;:/-;;:; ���;'/;''������;":./'  ;;/; The/; Secretary haA/ing ;; read /the  notice ^convening,; i he', ineeti ng, .JLlie/  C|Krirma:i said:V/;/,;'/;/;,*/.//���;.../ . ;/iy���/;;  ������ A We have; met/;, together Ho-.clayJfo'iV  the/pu'upps/e/of/lTold^  meeting,//ity/accorda nee /with /the;  pleasui'e^/iii;"//gi\/irig,.7/y<H'i:  ciilars /:; of ���the;;; w'orkiiig."';  //wi thin.Ktirea/eachjpfi ill i^  /pai'lf-  bf;'the  ////'//���0(:;-:  company, frpin iijts'^-i'nceptibiY.y^-'Phe.  cmupany.:.\\'arf':;;r/egistered on/Noy/ejn/^  .ber./i6th:last/yea'r;iwith/;LCa]mal./;of  ,��75,opej i 11 ;:��:/:sharesi:.of \vhich./.;;/5'/^���  060/.shares' were; reserved.: Ini'^work-.  ing capital.' '������'���������^.���.v: ^i'/r/IK';:;���;,;;::";��� ;::v/  ��� '.���;:-r:>-/:.:".: l-/-'r/-:^  . ���//���/��� / '\'���/���/-'������ ������/ r^^f^ -,-_-^y- 7..>/-7. 7.  /// 'Situation '���'���'.'.���,pf:.. /pro perty.,/;a!id; past;  results:���-Our- property was briginal-  l}':aCquired:/by'the:/7Nimrpd/:Syndi-/  Cate^;Limited, .from;:, whom /.we purr;  chased.it/the:hitter part of hist-;-year,:.  and-consisted;;^  Ayhble/ibffcPiseovery / /claim;/ situated:  on7111 e;Mc Kee /creek,/ A tli n, iBrifish/  Golhnibia:;V;W;e'have since; acquired  ei't h ei'^/by/i ociuipti; /.pr; /pure 1 i ase, ;';43  further -claims,' or a /total- of 115 iii  al!.:;:/'Fpi-;;:a bug period:: it had/been  -well ;/l:iipwir:;;tluit;/g0ld;;:;was/t6:be  found, /on .--this //properiy, the:only  ���.question,;, being; how .'to w()rk-.-it;/prp-  fitabiy.';;;;Tn';t,wo years afew iniiiers/  with/5'irimitive/fippliances, extracted  and paid, inlo^/the/bank gbld.;to the:  value ;of,^20.000;; ;and:  ;:;:-:'fire,:Mus'n,rau.ce.',/.ti|Joh'::;;.their  /;/or stocks//i/At//the--'.i)reyi.ousljv;.;;ex-;  , /listing/rateYif,ten /per- cent: i.t^was.ai-.  ';;inpst;;prphibitpryv.::and //merchants  -'Were '���fe'ally-;c6m'pelled-:-'to,;'c' rry ;-.th'eir  .;.jq\v.'n;;.ii).s/iyf.aji'Qe^.^  ��� ���;.-'it :-Avas.c ���an ���':?;'-iteni;'. :of /ekpens'ein; the/;  ;:; cost:of goods; not /reckoned bii,/.y/et  /;lhe? /lnerciiant/ :was;/; compelled;: to  /:;protect :/himself;.,;as;: best he.could./  ::; The; irierch an t;!uivpig;ten;or; twenty  :/:;tlHHisaud.;;;d<)llars;;;/;wortli; of.goods.  ;;inust/needs/nnikec;/some vprpyisipn  ';agaiiistHoss;by;'/lirei/aud-\\diereas^h^  :,'tbnlcl; "'^V^afford'/to /pay/ the;.hea\'\-  ������ .v.'.i i is u "ra 1 ice; r a tea ,vf h e /��� -was, /per; force; -  'Obligecp/zto:. cover;.;.himself. by:rec-:  ':.kpniii;g/ii/;c^'lain-./pfeicentage .of,-.his  selling:' price .;;to the possibilities of  /loss by/fire,-. ''W;-.;' ./'/ v, :;-:;./;; ;���;.//  ;//.'/With ^t!.e:.ad vent ���;; of .even Ja manual en giile : a'h'd; a ; willing /.crew of:  volunteers; the .possibility   of, any  : disastrous fires is; jilaced at a uiini-  iiiUuL"as,.compared with, the bid sys-  .'ten'i.; ;of the ."-Bucket/ /Brigade.".:  Ivyery credit is due the active and  energetic efforts/ of those ; of/ or.r.  dozens/, who /coinposed..'.the bucket  .brigade,_.-'. and.. we,; have .seen'.their  /abilities nut-.to vhe:severesttest torj;  \\?itb:su.ch   a  set/of; in en   to   draw  r��//:/j'/B<>.  SUCCKSSOKS  ���;'; $oriffiatilG:&  First Street,- A^lin.  ���ies  MimitB&nto^  /;:/;;/Ti1|;:7��^  finks;ivI':quip^  r/f:V';;;-f'V'';;;C^NIX  />/ :/;Riciv;/.&/'I'l ast n^: Proprietors <  .;;y/:/:/H;7;;///;-/////;7  IV  i����  se>  ���;:;^;::.Liii:��.Llrter//;;^ ;  ���;^/:H/:/|:^iMlM^;^  .MrST;^/-STrM%::;;':AT^  (^hoicc^S  i;il!Byr|0ii|  iip:;!i_ypli^l;  A.:/|.;Baker-  -���/���/��� :-^-:;/:-���//;-'  Manager.  ' .1' ire/ Protection  new/engine, we  -ironi'Jor.a future '  ..Service,".and   the  -'/ reel /assured:': that -/we/may/^alm: our  fears, of any, wholesale .-/conflagration  such as /hitherto :we;:A\-ere:ahva\-s  ; exposed to. .  : The citizens ,.nf Atlin are heavily  ���������.indebted to "-Mr: Graham fbr the  /conscientious /manner in wliich he  carvied out the commissions entrusted to him.    ,We   are  given' to  '��� Ijsli.eve that through' his efforts the  i'roiincial Government is likely to  Viiecl the ���refjiiest of the Board of  Trade .Tor fiuaucia  least   half :; wav.  larger  irobably a  sunv. even  ' than/   this / was  taken/out ard ; sei/t into the-U"ited  .S totes.'. of .America, :.wh ere... gold/d ust  fetches a higher'.price!;,;. These, miners' had* not tile., means/ or : facilities  for removing /the large boulders  that abound, ,iu ��� the creek,.-"and tiii-  der which the gold naturany/s'ett'les^  The7; shareh(5lders; will [:hi\ abl^Ho  form-a/better'���'opinipu' as to the ex-  .tent'.of, the. proi)ei;ty from the nia].i  oil', the..table, which clearly indicates  the '/various claims - we"- liave '/ac-  cfuir.e.d. .'../' //���'   ;''���-./.'."...���."'  //Maiuigeineht���-Th'e-'-Share.holder.s'  are to/be c..ugratnl;ile'd'u])Ou having  secured the services oh Mr.   R.- I).  Fenthersionhaugli,   manager of the !  Nimrod   Svudicate,   Limited, to act ;  ;R 001 n s ;an cI;/:;Bccl Sv/^;;: ���/. ^  7/1 :v   ;vv;;  Vsiicoiiver: ;6aiiersf/; :Sti)re.  V CAR R'IKS A I-;.l-TLL;'ClN K OF,-';'  C^HNKkAr-MIvRCHANniSI'; >,  " .���. :.-     ./ A. S. Cross-iS:,Co  1st. Slri'i-l Atlin.,  1   assistance   at | Jo ^ Hke capacity oi'cr Our propc. ty.  Our     grateful j fit; is a geutlcniai.i of the vervhigh-  ihanks are also ^ to Mr. Wallace lcsl   :lbililli   in . whom . the-direcfors  have every confidence. The reports  he has sent home from time to liiiie :  have certainly been of the most encouraging nature, and -when.I tell  you he has a very considerable  holding   in   the   company; I -think  Grime, for assistance and advice,  to the Fire Chief of Victoria, who  has-generously agreed to receive the  engine from the vendors, thoroughly lest it and u> see, that everything'is in order before it is shipped  north, and particularly to the liberality of the shipping companies and | . - ....  ���lo the White Pass'& Yukon Rail- j >'��u will, agree with me that this  way Company  who   have ..signified ishows' his confidence  in the future  MEWSmtMiZ  Troy Lautsdfy & Bath House  Will be in New Quarters on and after  March 4th, 1901.  C. B. COFFIN Pror>  For Excellent Coffee.  ' .Short'Orders a Specialty.  Uoni.t U('i��f or Kou.f .I'orU �� irli .Mii.s!ir<miii.--.  ��� ���    ���'���I'.IJLL -..M'KAI.,, 1'iKI'V   OICNTS.  /"'"J  ���        '     xiri'Auv 1'iinLic.  OI'I'ICK: (Jiii'iit.-r (il'Tliinl nml l'ciu-1 Sin-ft.  Atlin. H. (!., ii|i|iositi' (idvi'riiii'i.iii lini|r|.  i njr>.  All kinils'ol'  iiiiniim' 11111 ii-in iniidc out  ��� Si.ivitiiI'.vi'iirx'  priK'tii'iil   (���xperinu-c. -    -  Oi'PKJK Ol'" II. M's CUSTOMS.  prosperity of the concern.-    Further  corroboration   lies in   fact' that the  their willingness  16  deliver the eii  giiic in Atlin free of charge. Should  :i further call be made upon the citi-,.      , ,     r .   ,.  -/.ens we do   not   doubt   but that it jlocal   people,of Atlm subscribed for  will   be ' cheerfully' responded    to ! a number of shares, which   is pleas-  with their usual promptitude. ling information.     We are securing,  .1.-I. I?r,)-.viikvj, [>.!.. S., I). I-S.  B. C. l.o-.vrv, A. M. I. C. I"...-  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  Land Surveyors.  .���Pkar'i. Strkkt.  Atlin. P��. C.  i   Gllllll  MUST    LIQUORS   .*    CIGARS  Accommodation. ---Kkktaii'iiast   in  connkcticn.  S. JOHNSTON, I'roiM-icnii-.  'I  i  (wtnn\ SlfiljJinjr for Horses and I)njr<  B^^ww^jiiw^a^^aMsncr^iV^  J^'lM  m  I  m  til Vi/ATLl/NTvlfe  ���-urn  y;/./^;:B^^    '/Till' Sl'i'oVl' ill   OoitW'H ion. -      :"-. /.���,"1.'        '"���'-' /y ���;,V' ''-,-''���;'   /.-'... ^F,/''"''���.':'/'''     ;'" -1' 'yy   -.'���': ;'-,-''.'��� '-/'."'''���".'; ������',," v"'.y ��� "������������y'y ' \ V- ������;' ���''���>$ ;']���;'.:���';',''��� ''":������    '���';'/:' / ''V.'V'-y''���.'"'������''��� -:'-:'' ���',���.'.''V.''V; ���'!;������"'{' yy' '��� ' \.\':- ���.'���'i--"i-r-\:yi; y���" ��� -'-}' ('' ':y; ^vy"  '^--^'yy:,,..^^^^ Con.' V,V:Si����'. K '->��*'.J-!>y'ti.ii.it:it;*v "Ivvays >n; hjirtil.;; ':"���;;/;���;:������' ym^y^yy r ^:y';;;';;yy:y ';','.ry.  ^Call^us'S^rides^  ;thr6iigh:;Caplain;R.: GyTatlbw/.'ou'ri  ^attorney iii/Yaiicouveiv-f he services  FoFMiyRpuiiingeyF/ .liighiyycxperi^.  ,';/e!!ced;/;;CiUiKh'nian^liyVlmulic;eiij<i;h-  //.eeiyy-Fyoits'iderFw'e; /arez/inosplai'-  : *;;t'ii_ii it ie.--;/---i i i :';.':v<> l:��L_iri *'i i h j^,'".- r.-'-H" i H-:yse*Jr.\*ic?e.s'-: ."  ryHe.yand /{yMry/' Featliei'slouliaiigliV  .;;/wqVkj.iig{'tpge^^  /. g u li r </};'; /pu iv /i 11 Icresi si / v a i i cl //{ ,e n s ii n'i  /'���/.evei:ytl 1 i iigo//.lK;,i li^l^/ioiicyy^t/of.'/ohtiriii,  ;;;/l hc/besl/restii te.[^-;:izy0yfyt:^0:(^.  y/;i///licdr0ck:~/Siii/cc;/;,/\ve/;7  y property p\-ei'/bui-/nuuiagcr./h:iS;ih:a(l  {;:t h eybed rock' /inore/-'leiu'efiiilyt/^spr-;  ,.-; /veyecL/ta/ntl/'/hc/esfi iua'tesy jiaFit/:lies  ///iitmi; average of.about/ab/ieet'bejow;  ;/?theifecl;pf;p;tlie;cn'eekyJ  ypfwhich/yqu'���-/will;"���] bcfteiv/apiyeciiite'  yif/I cj note'.; (Vouyhis\h��pdrtyw.bich/is  V/as- 1 ol lows.F2'Pound;' //good "/pay/oh/  ylied rock; ;bn/al F;1 hygi-ou'iid^that/liaci:  /;.beejFY:wbrkecl/r/byeri y';Tiie joedjbcki  FnoF haying ;;l)eeh/:;nfouerly/fcleaned  AbV/rhe/placer/ininers; /Llj^lieye there  ./:; is/as'/ much: gold /yet-oh /the/ grpinid  //that /; .-has'������;;���". beenAwprkecly vena's-has  ybeen/taken but:'^^  "/: the /bedrockyliasZ since//; been; supple-/  ymeritedytiuder^date/;/p^  ;/by; /MryFeatherstonhaugh/yliei/iny:  ;,rp6rl;auce:/of ..which.,; the/siiarehOideis  /. wi 11 full y y eal i zey.fr oni/J the; foil owing/  ^'extract F^{;P;ai^  //to /cross/zcuFiUV^ ber,  ���rbt O::~ belo/\yyKi;)iscQ yeryi^i ^lowStlre;  / point-where"y; it/vis'// proposedy; to  'start;/\vprk,/;jiF/ordeiy.to;/; ascertain'  ��� the 1 bw-est/po i ut oF-/, bed rock; Fwiiicli/  I   consider   very    important.    The  companies. o;'e.'atiugi    last   season  made a mistake in not doinp.  ;c; because   after , they   got the bedrock  flume laid   und   started   woik   they  fo.ind they   were   only   on the rim/  with the  real   bedrock of the creek  20   feet   below-  them,' and,  couse-  quen'ly, ihey lost   the   best  pari of  the  season   before   actually genii.g  to work. ' Alter I get this cross-cut  in, which will   be   in. about (bur or  five    weeks,    I   -dial!    have'a better  idea   of what   lo expect   this vear,  and I will, gi\-e    personal   atteulio"  to panning and  prospecting i he full  width of the  creek    in   this /open  ���cut"   .The   result of these import-}  nut operations will be communicated  to the shareholders iu.'due course:  Machinery:-  All -the   necessary  machinery left Vancouver the mid-  tile  ol'   lasi   month;   our  manager  having icgard   to   the e.ifh" winter,  and   the possibility of a correspondingly   early   spring,   wisely,   in oUi  opinion,   making   arrangements ' loj  gel forward    the' heavy uiiicfiii ery ���  in   good   time    for   fear of the ice  breaking    up,    in    which, case   he  would    have   had    to   wait     some'  mouths   and a! heavy cosi ha.il the,  same   across   coiiiii'ry.    This   loie-,  thought on his part   saves thevoin-!  pany   considerable   extra    expense, !  besides     gaining     valuable   lime. r  Similar   arrangements   were   made;  forgetting   forward   the lumber for;  the flumes, etc.     in   .���uilici.iatioi: of  the/e'iflya^  ! pur /sfalf:-/'luiS;::,/j'Uis!icd; li)i'\viitd/tlie  /eiigijieeni.igCtt^  -:,'y//'/'y.-:/Ly'-. - -v.',--''-:�� //'/pi ���///���//v '"���:-'/"' -������':.";���:'/- ^--i <������.-.��� yFr-j':';,- /!//::-/���'/ ������v./^-x';'.'. /v.- ,;',:y.'; ���"��� ���'��������� '���':.������..'������'��� i' ,. /- kIi ij> lii)V'oriil/ori',/siilisif,l:iiitr/lii/'i��/ei>ii  -I, //  ^V1U!-1"e:aU>";:/-;'<),/;tl^  si(ler/ihe present; po;:iitibii verysiuis^j nciii iiituu\,nr;/i:hV!;. AViiiFMFowpn  ^tf':5'~-'^-/-'yy^J::i:y,7'i;v,ri'   /,/:7 : : -fliiisliueii lliis.iliij'filissiilveil./--All debts o/vinix.:''  /tiie/nnicliiiieryds nxedyiiu'L^/eathei/  ;pei'inits,/Aypi'k /ciih/be^cpihiiicnced,;  ;,n'inF\ye,liiiyeyevei's'.; cpi/ijidence/this  pai j: ;be/;:iccbihpl isl i eel ,y  l;ict;on',':/;andv;'/the/;/sliarehp!dei's,/c:ni  i:,e's^';iVssi,rrSri!itiuVt,i/l.h"'e.iKiii'l.;e.r^  , cl r.ii 0,1 i c i i i g //i i .i; -:/ lii 11/ / s \yi i i g.;/',bu'/bV;l )C-/  ;f bi'c; j ii.1 y :i;s tiJwdpcJi //s fieii ks/.we.i l./lprc  ; t he'/;/e i i e rgy// /c 1 i'sj'i 1 ii y ed/y 11 \y ;ij !/v c-p n - ���;  ;'c.e r/iiecl ;'::/;;;j!;/-:;./;;;;;//:/'rty ^'//'y -yyvy y/://;//;;/; /;  ;-:5t::J-^'"A':(tr r.; .y.:; v ;:'1>. I"; e,*y; -.i i l < >s.Lv :f ii l'i pt j r LtVi >/t"-,-/-  !'apVl;''^  /tp/coi!sidef//;isMb  ''iij id;--,t;li/jiVs 1 i/arejib 1 deVsV'vy-i 111-';'>^-.iplS'.is'ef.F  .;fo:;le'ai'iv'.tl^  /sta/es^we/sjiaIF- have,;;;miple/;.fbr/":r;r  yuyfeqiiirenieiits;;/;/Messrs': Brown-/  ���������lee;/&j;/Loiy^  of'^tliiiF/cphiirny^  ..���may/;':/i)e''';/i..!ftei'e.stiri'^^  shareliolclejyio-.kubiv/ thaty they site,  selected;fpr/Vtlie -water;pressui'e:/bpx;  //'wMlF'giYe'a-jir.ess/'ure  .oF iyater,; 0F-/2 50/ /feetvy/'Fhis^fi'brii/itii  ;-eng'-i.i'i;ee^ri'i)'g;/--.-;/stai,id.:-'fc  ,s^uis/factp/fy/J:/;//-;;7:/r/j:y^  //// ;^P ro siiee IS y ~0 li i; / itiai 1 a g e r./11 as/; a 1-  readyygiven- ais//^  ,su,!:ijeGt;///and;/he;'./.how i/epprtsjt'hat,-';  Vifiera1 ctu'efuF'^xar^  /iibdiesitatipu ;i:i//cohfirmingvhis;bry  ';glmU.'/i;:/e.s^i'ui'ii;te^;:;!Vw|u^  {read \ybeepypii bl i?ih eti;] 7'aiid/:/makes'  the./;fur��iieF/. gratifyingy/statenieht  'that lie-;belieycs{.:/;the/vidue;;pf:./the;  beuch%rpuiKl/\\d If/{Exceed!���/./ the-esli-  inaie   he ' oiigiually   ]>u't'dn lliein.  As    >.ir. Ke.iihersioi.haugh,   in   his  latest,   report,    states   thai  a much  smaller   percentage ot the gravel in  claims has   b?eii    worked   out than  originally. e-Funalcd.   we   may iea-  sonably expect  as   good   .results in  these partly worked  claims as hitherto.       ' >, \ ' '���" v  Profit-: I : ow c me to the most  important part of our business, and  which, I'tler all, must be of the  greatest iniviesl. Your directors,  whilsi not wis'.Mug 10 be too o'lti-  mi.-t.ic. ("innbt i.'fraiu from con-  g'ratula'ing the sLar-^-o'''  1'-  ������>- o-.  orcj'-pcoi of .-ubsianiial di\ iocds :  ' . ." .        '  lvli'.g   earned    this   se.i-ion.     Y.-ui";  cFreclor-., wlnlst not actualh  pledging   themselves   as  to the anioinit,  have  every confidence   from the reports    to    hand,   that   the  result of!  this   sca.-o  's wr;i'kii:g will    be :>f a i  highly    salisfactoiy    nature.        We j  li ust   the   shareholders   will   care-i  fully    consider    what    the   -.above'  means.      We   iia\e   siclualiy   oily  been -   i'.'corporaied      some       four  month-', and yet. in that short time. ;  under the   very trying and climatic!  difficult cireiuiiMances, our staff has ;  untmigtil to get ;i'l    in readiness fori  an e.uly stsut      WhiNt comparisons ,  aie odious, we  cannot   it-lraiu from  ponui.ig out   lhal   many companies  consider Ihey have done fairly well, ;  if ihey are in a position to earn profits within a period of two years or  so after   formation, whereas, in our  e fficiei >,t-Z sta II y i hi// the; {s | kit,;;/Ave^/vu/  ^bu'r'/POi't^  /t lie.y pm'p'i.iii y/ip {/a:{;{] irofi fable///;aiicF  cih-lyydivideii^  s;hsilFbe:/yery/-pleasedy  the/be'Atyf'niy-abilityFahyiiu/e^  ^11 ��'rfe HbU I ers;.^i v|a; y/^\yi s 1 i^-tQi ^isl^^f^ifA^  /y!AVi'ter;a{[e\y{^  iask'eVi-r=--^aVidrf,i;''"a/iis^  it.iuii.ites-;^  ;direcicn'sVliid'StafFih-Bru^  ii)ia,;'On-V/thg///mbtioii/{pf/://M  s>cpii'ded',yiiy///;Mr/:/Low-;fy  .broceedii.Vgs--/ter-mi 11 atecF;/./;/- //:/?/;,/-;, /;  /(o Uii! sin ill./I'li.rtnKrsliii').. tira/tii/liiVimiil. lo-J./  II. Itussi'll, anil , (ill 'elfi'iiiis/'ii!.'iiiiiiiF the sniij  :Piii;tiiursliij>'���'i'ir<*-.;.i'o 'lie, i>rpso;iU;<l /io'.)'; H./  viiisseii./{{:;////::;;y/{/^;//,///;{;ii;/M.^s  *-f "��� .1 j'li. t: ire ��"l '���; V-1 i"i ��'v l" f tT 1 i"-/1 i"t it'i^.��> t; ^Al i> i��' i i 11 J.tll J J V> .^it i*i-20%" 1 xii ?=-  /liiSSOl'UJl^y/GM  /-RJCjiVIOii/i^/^iei'eby ^iveiFl-liittyiiyiiiti-tiier-///  ,,S/;/s!ii|)iliei'��iol'om^  iiinlei'xiS'iiyiyA^  /ili' iiiiilei'/tlie'firin iiii'niiu/bf TfieAtiiii'Liihilipr,//  iiiulSiiiiiiiii- Cciinpuiiyi,,li.u��;'tliis-clu'.V:l>coM,,.iHsr..:v  'solvuil.--'..'..TIi<5/.i>tisiiiess'.of tiio.iii'm:\vilI:l:e;('Viir-//  -^l-'i i i'i'i't-;< l.-ljyiirl l'yrA,-.f J i-" 1 Ji'ilt e i;/; I Who rs.vi-i 11 ;-ii'lsp-'i>i'i.y:y-  /ill! iiiitataiiiliii^/Iiiiliilitiey/A":iieu()iiVit's:(liiu:/  'ti) tiin.liuc firm will lie. coUpeietl'liy/liiic':////::/  ���^flS::'/^/^!;;P?/-'^f^:-':^  /'/���;:/ /::������{:;;--//"/////:/:/{:;/':'-r{//{; ������i-lC- G.'.TKNNA'NlVy  ////Atihi; n.;b^^i��'ii/itii;;-ii:i^-.;--l;y/y'S;--;y{f.;".t  r'-1'.  y/'Tiie/zAtlinyMiviingyGdm  Tiy"dVauH|C^;'pj:i'iVt:--l'VS'?? ''VM-'-^^^l'yieliverr  ed//at;;M:cKee{;creek",;;aiid.; ���/tlie/;wp/rk;  'of-kpliijtructin full-:.  s\ving'*i.-s;-Fiftee.uy'^  ployed/oirtheyworkg  tlierstpn iiiiugh /- in fdf'nis ��� ���;iis;{tlia t;h'e/  ���expeii'ts^t'o/iiiaveey^  slarF'pipiiig^oh/ginie/iisFy  i\ ea iVb'fv; cl i ffieii 11 y* was /{e/x periei iced;  'ih/Fh.a'uli^  C.ari'bciuy'^  th e;;traiis.vt>;y,;/:. /:{'���-;���,/;;;::</;/���//;/.:���//////;'>;  '':yGA/NOI5lJl'JA'lMON.'Oli'-ilJliSKIiVH;.-  ;OAss.iA:itl'Bisi:iii(!T.  'RjiiTI.OIi/ihV.liiyi/oii.vtiveii/tliiit/ili  ���i'^.;.." tioi'iViiimw^  '.t-ii e /" il��j"ii i iet fc/1-'. I'^ki/U ��*;iVii��<.I, ^ A/l i.i>��,, I-ii Ii<s; -Al i Vijji Vi-V/-.;  ���'JMy.isii.iiisy��iyOiis^  /wliieli :/\vitsyiiililislieii;,in/tlie/uUr|tisli/;/&il-/;  iiiiiltiti/CiiiKiiU'e/aiiiF ilateil /IStli /beypniliiii',//:;;  iS!'S,-ii;'liereliy(iaiicelle(l./;y���'.r^Ty-fi.��� ///���; ���yyyyyi  /::;;y.:/{;;;;/i:;y;S;;;''/:{;w|;a;;;\v.m  -,: :./;/Cliiel' Coiiiiiussioiiei'/(>r;Jjaiiils'/<.^;:V\;<��rUs./;.;  'i;.ifiiilsxfe;\Vorlti'ZJJeii'W  /y/Vfe;tqr(aFnS,O^S!ll;li/V) aiuia'i-y/ilioyy / -/{y{:  '-���v '���''���;-/:"{:--:"; //'/;;v; ^'.0^'^ :-;-;���;;/;:-/.'��;m.-f�� 2:1 ///.'  ���o/^o'4o*o/^.:��<^',^<4o;*'o^'c��*'ojc<  TFm  Oi  H </o  ayes.  TlCiMl'ORARV   PRKJIISKS NoiH'll 1CRN   FIOTKL.  O  '���#  4'*  ��*O*OOO*O.*O<>O*O^O*O*O^'X''*Ow0O0O.*O,^C>*O.*Qi*O*Cl*'C(*'C<*Ce^*Ct*  u^hU-Q  W1  &  yBUILDER .  ("I \ VT'T-'V   \ <"*rV{ \ y>  KSTI MATES  GIV'JC'N ON'.ALL  KINDS OF, WORK  I'LA^S ANnSPKCIPICAT'IONS  A    S!'|-:OIAI.TV  .    BRICKS FOR SALE."  OFFS&Es   Third Street, Ati'in.  NKXT TO CUlTRCH Ol'   KNC.I.ANU.  ?'  .V  m BOWLING ALLEY.  [;>.������'���  ���-  ^   T  v  ^NDOMK  HI  &  E.   ROSSELL!,   Manege,-.  Corner Foarl and First Streets, Atlin, .13. C..  This   New   and   Commodious   Hotel was opened lo the  Public,   April  16th, 1901.���Everything iii.it is New. -Strictly First Class.  oioicesi v/JNts, uyuons am cigaes���cast goods a si'itiury.  mmm^ m  n  I  m  'V  i  ATLIN,   B.C., SATURDAY,   APRIL,  20,   .-yoi.  The   Pioneer   Store.  PINK   CITY.   II. CJ..  CAKRIKS   A   FULL   LINK   or'  Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishings and Miners' Supplies.  C.   D.   NEWTON  &   GO.  PICKED UP HERE.AND THERE.  L'htireh  ol' Kn^hiud:  St. Martin's Church, cur, Tliinl anil Train-  or streets. Siimliiy services, Matins lit 11a.  in., KviHisoiiir 7:30 p. in. Celebration of Holy  Communion, 1st Sunday in ciii'h month anil  on Special occasions. Suiiilay School, Sun-  il:iy lit '.I p. in. Commit I ee .Meetings, 1st  Thursday Jn each month.  Rev. V. L. Stephenson, Rector.  St. ��� Andrew's ' Presbyterian Clmreli linld  services in .the A. H. Hall, Second Street.  MorniiiK- service at 11 evening service 7:110  Sunday School at. the elose of the Vnciriilnir  service.     Kev. J. Prinprle, Minister.  Mr. George Hayes extends a cordial invitation to his friends, both  in Atlin and Discovery, lo the opening of The Kootenay Hotel, which  he opens to the public today.  Smoke La Flor de Marca and you  will smoke no other.brand; ask for  it and see thai you gel it. Leland  Hotel keeps them.  Miss Ryan, Dr. Mitchell and Mr.  Low of Ruby creek, were the arrivals yesterday.  Use Dockrill's Climax Cough  Cure.   .  l Rumour lias it that a prominent  member of St. Martin's church has  has had his responsibilities materially increased���the addition of a baby  daughter.  Another   shipment of   those line  chickens  has ��� arrived for Fraser &  ��� Co.     Come   early   and   get   your  choice at 30 cents'per pound.  The latest maps of Atlin district  at Pillman it Co's.  ��� ��� Ii. G. Troughtou is now sole pro-  prieter of the Royal Hotel, having  bought out Bob Dixon. The Royal  was opened this week under the  management of Mr. K. Rosselli. It  has been very tastefully furnished  and fitted up, and is sure to get its  full share of patronage.  Baths Hot, Troy Laundry.  Oranges, &i per dozen, at Pillman & Co's.  , Jack Leatlierdale returned from  Vancouver on Tuesday last and has  already got down to business. He  will always be pleased to. see his old  friends at the Gold House.  The largest circulating libiary in  Atlin; only 10 cents exchange, at  Pi.llman & Co.'s.  Frank Weir, manager of the Steven cp ke Hydraulic Co., was in  town this week. He has several  on the ground en-  in constructing a storage  tank, which he expects to have  completed by May i si. By this  means he expects lo gel a good  head of water for ground-sluicing.  Pull line of.stationers- at Dockrill's.  Continued from 1 first Page.        '  kins, White   Pass   ��fc,  Yukon   Ry.,  and Capt. W. J. Troup, C. P. R.  The meeting was attended bya  large and appreciative audience.  Over S600 was subscribed towards  the purchase' of the. engine at  the meeting, and there is little  doubt but that the balance will  be easily and speedily raised.  BOULDER   CREEK.  Tlu; De laiiiiirt- Syndicate Will   St.irl   Work Next  Montli. ,     -  Mr. M. Clere, M. 1  for the Lamare Syndicate of Paris,  left Paris for Atlin on March 30th  last. He precedes Mr. Lamare in  in order to get things in readiness  for this year's operations, on the  Syndicate's property on Boulder  creek.  Work will be started early next  month and a number of men will be  required. Mr. A. C. Pfirschfeld,  who acts as M. De Lamare's agent,  will be pleased to receive,applications.  ��� SFRING, GOODS.  We Carry the Largest and Best Assortment  *���  ' o"r  LADIES  &   GENTS   FURNISHINGS  Boots and Shoes.  Our Prices are the Lowest.  RUBBER   BOOTS.  gar-  STOCK   OF, "GOLD   SEAL"*  Cummings & Richardson,  '; LEADING   HOUSE      -    '  ~ OPEN TOR~ BLSlNCSSr7"  Temporary Premises���Next to Leland Hotel.  P. BURINS & Co., Butchers  IU Druggists.  Fortin & Le Gapnellain have everything in  the Drug & Patent Medicine line.  men working  gaged  Hot Maths; Troy Laundry.  Robert McKee, the discoverer of  McKee creek, arrived in Atlin on  Wednesday. He is an indefatigable  rustler and tells us he may have  some news for us suoir.  W. Taylor returned o.. Monday  from Vancouver, where he has been  spending the winter.  ��� Just arrived I Fresh potatoes and  onions and strictly fresh Eggs.  Best Creamery Butter, Oranges,  Lemons and Apples at Pillman's.  Work is still actively going on  in the - drifts on Pine creek, below  Discovery, and the miners are anxiously waiting the passing of the  snow to allow them begin sluicing.  The \arious dumps are estimated to  run from $1000 to $6000.  J. M. Ruffner is having logs  hauled for the trestle bridge which  is to convey the syphon across Pine  creek, near the Yellovv Jacket.  Are you going to build or make  alterations? If so, see Olive. Men  always on hand.  For Sale or Rent:--One tent, 12  x^.p board roof, on First street,  next lo P. Burns Butcher store;  also tho Irving Cafe in Discovery,-  Apply l<> Miss Ryan at the Grand  Hotel, Atlin.  G roui) oi Seven   Bench claims for  Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.  Ikk. Gillkspik. Pro]).  Waltkr Bi.akik Mgr.  Che Leland poicl.  Cigars.  Finest   Wines,   Liquors' and  Burnished/Rooms by the Day, .    ,  ���Week or 'Month.  For fine Views and Photos go to  JL ����� Rirscoimi s      *      *  Films, Plates, etc. for sale.   '  , First, and Pearl Streets.  Atlin B. C  THE   GOtD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,    B. C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Month.  AMERICAN    AND    EUROPliAN    PLAN.  .1. Lr,ATHKnDAi,K, Proprietor.  Cummiiigs and   Richardson have 'sale.   Pest part of Pine creek.���Ap-  received another large consignment  of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings,  Carpels, etc.  Try Hot   Paths, Troy   Launrlry.  Store to rent in best part of town-  20 x 3S.   -Apply Claim Office.  Ask for  the Leland Hotel.  Through the kindness of Judge  Woods St. Martin's rectory is being  enlarged to twice   its   former  size.  ��� This will make an improvement in  ��� thill, section of the town.  nlv Claim Office.  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  New mill Second   lliiml   Tin anil Crnuite Ware, 1 ron   Steel, Picks, Shovel* mid  Ularksinitli'  CNiiil. (riant Powder. Caps, fuse anil Yukon Stoves.  Goods,   Uniii|ht   Sold   anil   Exchanged.  C. DOELKEK,  .    .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  COKNKK      FlKST     AM)      PlCAKl.     STKKKTS.  SON.  JULES FGGKRT K  Swiss   Watchmakkks,  (i. K. H.m'KH.  .1. (i. CoMNKM..  A ml   niaiiiifiietiiriii^r jewellers.  All kinds of minuet work executed w ith  ,.,,      ,.,, ., . neatness ami dispatch.  PlCadlll.V   Club Scotch at!   |Cjr.,(   Ht.   next   lo  Vancouver General Store I  K,R  KLAND  HOTEL,  J.   KIR KLAND,  -  First-class dining room  A.lvl   T'lf.^-i-   I    '���>!,������-.������   ���.:,,:���   ':  Managkk.  Discovery.  OPEN  DAY  AND NIGHT.  FJRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  "IN-'  CONNECTION.  Hoiiilottai-ivrw ''or l-i-lmcr ,'. I'nrri.tt'u stn;je.  PINE TREE HOTEL.  DISCOYERY, H. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  En. SANDtj, Proprietor.  O.K  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  'K. LINK ,''   ',.   Prop.  Now occupy their new quarters next  to the Hank or H. i\. A., First Street.  Tho bath, rooms'urn equally us good us found  in   cities.    Private lint ranee for ladies.  ���3  H  m  l^S^ff*/^^^^'^^^"!^!^^^^^^

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