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 i"  ..I  THE  ItVI  VOL.   5.  ATLIN, B. C./"SATURDAY. AUGUST,   10,   jgoi..  NO.  108.  DISCOUNT    SALE.  We are going to reduce our large stock of  SHOEvS���-Ladies'& Men's in all Grades.  Men's Clothing, Indenvare and Mats  Our Stock of DRY   GOODS   is also too large for the   needs of Atlin.  We need the Cash; you need the-goods, and if not we want to  make an inducement . for you to buy . against the time when you  will need them.  FOR THE  NEXT 30  DAYS  Wit Will Give 25  ner   cent  discount  on All Goods  Purchased From The Ahovk Lines.  Our   prices   are   already reasonable, take 25 per cent off and the  result ought to satisfy the most careful buyer. ���  BLACKETT & CO.  IRON    STORE,    First  and  Trainor  Streets, Atlin, B. C.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  'CAPITAL    PAID    UP   $S,ooo,ooo.- % '   '���  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,   '  .    -. San, Francisco,  ,   ,  ��� .--   --=>.,.,..., ^o--..^.-��� ���- .-'---t---a.j,_:������ -j -.i-Eortlarnd.-r'*:;k? ������"-���'��� -'  ..,..,-: Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Gold Dust Purchased���Assay Office in Connection.  J. S.  MUNRO, Manager.  E-  L- Pillman  & Co.  Dealers ttt general merchandise,  ATUN    and    DISCOVERY.  NOW   0|)���D ������  THE KOOTENAY RESTAURANT  STRICrLY   EUROPEAN   PLAN.  E.   L.   BOOTH,   Proprietor.  Open Day and Night.  Pioneer Bakery and Restaurant  SPECIALTIES  IN  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc* -  Chas.  Mykr, Proprietor.  Good Rooms to Rent���Hy tho Duy, Week or Month nt rensonulile rutes.  The il��55,  ����  SSCAGWAY/ Alaska.  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  '     "Al.BO   DKAt.KIIB IS    ���'.'"..���'"'.'���.  '���*****���* Hay   and   Oats ��***���*  We Make a Specialty of Perishable Goods and respectfully solicit  Your Mail Orders-���Satisfaction Guaranteed.  The = Bank = of = British = North = America  Established in 18i)ti.   Incorporated l>y Royal Cliartor.  Paid Up Capital   -    - ���"-���  -   '-"-   $4,866,666   "'���  Reserve Fund   -   -   -   -   -   -   -. $1,703,333 '.-' ,  Head Office in Canada: Montreal. H. Stikeman,  General  Manager.  ��� Branches In all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco, Seattle. Tacoma, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Etc.  ASSAY OFF/GE  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.  Quartz Assaying at Reasonable Rates,  BOARD OF TRADE,  Upholds its Reputation Against  Calumny.  An Able Resumee of Work Accomplished on Behalf of Atlfn���  An Appeal fop Public Support.  We have pleasure in publishing  the following letter., addressed to  the Editor, over the signature of,  of the Honorary Secretary ',  Dear Sir:���We ha ve noted .the  the remarks in the Atjun /Claim  of recent issue " tliat when the  Premier and party arrive in our  city" will be the time for the Atlin  District Board of, Tra.de ��0 show it-,  self." Possibly it wiLl bean opportune time and one which the Council of the- Board will not,fail to  seize, and, while assuming that no  reflection on the Board was intended by the Claim, yet there are  some in the community who have  gone so' far as to question the .utility of the Board. In" "-vindication of  the 'Board against such unjust  statements as..are--current,.perhaps  it" would" be' well ~ to'give' a'.'brief synopsis of their efforts and achievements during 'the past few months  only.  In the first place the Board is  the only organized bod}' who is  capable and willing [o undertake  and foster the* interests of the district. In no way does it look upon  itself as called on to push private  interests except in such cases as  they affect public weal. It is essentially a ''Public Body," formed  of the best of Atlin's public men  and devoted to the public interest.  Its efforts have not always, been  crowned with success, but its members have no need to feel ashamed  of the success they have attained.  Is it. a sine qua non to the efficienc}'  of such an institution that it never  meet with opposition in its requests ? that it must always be successful in its efforts ? Let those  who set themselves up as critics  and judges first purchase the fight  and privilege to do no by contributing to its support, if not in a  pecuniary manner, at least mentally  and with their presence at the, meetings of the board, rather than lie  back and enjoy the results of our  efforts, and in return heap abuse on  those who, by dint of their perseverance and zeal for the district,  have gained the hearing and scored  the advantages they have in quarters where our wrongs and grievances or needs can find remedy. It  is a public institution, and we all  privately and as a community" derive benefit from its endeavours.  We would ask, through whose  instrumentality it vvas that the Provincial Government was first approached for substantial support in  the matter of fire protection of the  city? Undoubtedly, our two citizens, Mr. Graham and Mr. Grime,  pre-eminently-the former., did more  than any 'Other .single individual  here aould have done in the matter,'  The former is a 'member of the  Board and results show the success  of our exertions.  .Did,not .the Board- doits utmost  to have :the grievance of freight  rates remedied and a .more moderate  scale established.? and if- its repeated requests and .-representations were not as fully listened to  as we wished, we have now fh��  satisfaction of .knowing ' that the  freighting company sees the folly of  its exorbitance, , and that we did  our duty, carrying the matter even  before the notice of- the Government endeavoring to secure the redress .of the grievance.  Has not the Board practical!}* 'ao'  complished the fact of .having the  City .of Atlin erected into a Port of  Entry ? Sought and obtained reduction - of Post Office box and  drawers" rent and better mail service with Mainland and Eastern  points ?  : When small pox was prevalent  on the Coast was the Board inert  hi having the- approaches to, the  district ��� watched, thus guarding  against an epidemic-here ? Did it  not use its efforts in urging the  amendment of the Medical Act as  touching such districts as our own?  What of the affairs of education "  here ? Was it some private person  here or the generosity of the Department of Education who prompted the said Department to make a '  grant for the erection of a Public  School in Atlin, and irrestibly  forced to the front the claims of our  city ?  And we might bring many other  minor, still very important, efforts  to your notice, of which we have  already reaped benefits or will do at  no distant date. But these few will  confound the accusation of useless ���  uess and inactivity. And now,  Sir, we would ask in our turn, having conscientiously done our duty,  are they who are so' ready with  their slurs capable either collectively  or, individually of doing more for  the district than has the Board of  Trade ?  If not, we would ask that support  either mental or substantial or both  be substituted for unjust comments  and adverse criticism. " L,a critique est aisee."��� Yours very truly,  FKED. Iv. STErilENSON.  Atlin, B. C, Aug. 10, ,1901.  ELECTRIC LIGHT FOR McKEE  W. H; Mqffatt, who left here by  Monday's boat, has gone out to secure an electric light plant for the  Atlin Mining-Co., on McKee creek.  Tne survey and location has been  made and an Edison dyr.amo of 100  light, no volts will be immediately  installed.;  i -I  M  . :>'!  m pjl^Mfefr^^  ,^^m  : ATLIN, ���;B.C/.;S AT URDAYvOT  ,..:.-.,.. /.. l,.  �����  mh  11  ���:Tlie:v Atlin ,iaiiti,  Ij V  Published    ovi.M'y .Sat u'riliiy   inoi-iiiii  '''Tl!l5''.lATLlS'ClJAi.\J';vl,UM'i'jlSIIIN��';Co..-.:  './; ,'.'���';':';.'/".-A; O. 111 itHi/iii'iji/i'rj KtilToli.-. '--'  :' Olii<:(i of inililiciilioiiIViirl'Sf.'.'.A'lliii, H. C.','.,  ' AclvprtiHiiiH:   Kntrw :   Al.Oli   ikm1.-iiif!li,!l'i'iirli  itisi'i'tioti. ; Koniliny: notices, 2")   (iiMits u line.  .'Siiot'iiil Contract lintcK mi .upiilli.'iitiiin'.'  Tin: subscription prii-n in %!i u yt^nv P<iy-  nl��l�� in'iiilviiiivi;.' No p'ipi��r will In; cli'llviii&tl  unless lliis condition is ciinnilicd with; ;-,���;���,  Saturday, August;iotli,"igoi  The Grand Jury's ;Recommem  : ; dations of Atliri's: Needs/  The; Earlyj Appointment 'of 'ai .Resi-.'  ;: ; ^  v; sired���-; The ���Placer     Mining  : v^r::r ;:-:Aet,:;Ete.;;;;,-yr "^:'M-:r:b~rrr:-'r:-y::::{:\  .',-'���' ,;On,v':;Monday; ;;:inonnng last :the  Grand- Jury-' met and^handed '-.the  'Chief-Justice the':; following Present-.  : Inent asVto^the'iieedsfbf 'the district:'  ;To the.Honorable}���       '-;---.-;:,'-:,-  : ;'���:;.':'���������   ''/-J  Angus J^McColl, -'-;K-;,:  '���Chiefjjusticejofvthe Supreme Court  "- ��� :';-;'of British.pblunibia. ���:;;';; .'.  : :'^Maj^V::itcplease'; your.^Lordship,;  we, theViprand i-Jur5rir;;desire to express our-;; appreciation of-���:this'your  first official;visitaf thesecondXourt  ;of;Assiize;heW},iu;^tlin,: and : weof-v  fer, our" congratulations;upon: the  extremely flight criminal docket;" =:  ������;?(; '^he development;;of ;:the   Atlin  ,-Minings-Divisiou^h as preached:; la  /point ,which'-demands...���.'���the.';:speedy  settlement   of   all   disputes   which  may  arise .in   any- way, callingTor.  ���recourse to the Courts of Law.    At  ���������' the present time, we have-for.a few  weeks, 'once a .'year,  a Judge of the  Supreme Court, and   we feel bound  to say with..: the  limited .-time at the  .disposal ol  each Judge, it is impossible, for all' parties, except at great  ,; expeuse.audloss of time in the 'bus--  ' iest portion   of the   mining'; season  to come into court with  the   necessary   witnesses '.: and .full)'  present  their several cases.    We  desire  to  call- your  Lordship's attention  to  . the fact that   in,,criminal matters",",  accused persons may.-be,-''.and' in one  case was, committed   for trial,  and,  -if unablet to  obtain :bail, .remain.in  custody for .nearly a year before the  case   could     be    tried.      We   beg-  therefore   to  urge, upon the proper  authorities  the  early   appointment  of a resident  County Court Judge  for the   Atlin District,   and   would  suggest   that   the   Provincial   and  ' Federal.Governments .'might soar-  range   the- .appointment--and jurisdiction,  of   the   Judge   that   there  might be included in his district the  upper  portion   of the  Yukon District, with Atlin   as a center.    This  would, we firmly believe, be a great  benefit to the  Allit:   District and at  the same time a great  convenience  to the upper Yukon   country.    We  feelsure that 'in   this 'matter' your  Lordship, from your personal observations' of   this, your   first  visit to  the district,    will   heartily  concur,  and we trust that  our  presentment  in this matter will receive vour cordial and hearty support. ' -   '  " In reference to mining matters:  '\'ot.wUhs!';inuiii;.;'        111 <-- ��� roc-cnt  ; .".-'<���:;<!.lU'lit.-'. i'l.-i.'1'ti.'i.l  11!  lip;   ' ' 'l:H.et'  ;.Acf,' r961,:' \ve.are-stilllof .tjie bpiii-  ion that a -grave '.���al.n.ise:.- still;.; exists.,;,  ina^inuch as, there-;;is no-direct  penalty,' other :v;,thiur:':.'t1ib'.'".perjury  clause for a false',''affidavit which is;  ineffective, .atid:- consider .that r-ii'  iniuer should;; -forfeit.: his rights and.  License lor at'"';least-one' year,!;A\'here'  a clca,- case of malicious j umpiiiga  claim lias beenVpi:ovei'ij which isal-  ways likely;;to be ..the.: case,;till some  suclr direct punishment.is".-speedily...  enforced;'-a���systematic;-survey':' -of;  the:259, foot '.-.claims by; the'Government,at ;the costr'of ; the'^-locator and.  numbering: the,claims:consecutively.:  would; be; a simple; means; to obviate  tlie -.���:js.suing::;\of;:;.twp.'!. records;at the  L<ecorder's''..''::.;ofFice';'.'!'fpr''''  'g'r6ur.'d:;';A"-.W  ion:; -that;;^heilnglierv;i::B-atc-";;';iibw  charged-jfpr-; water'" rights is exces-:  siye, ;;atid;;exceediiigly::;iiard,on tlie  i.n'd iyiduai:niiuer,:aiicl-small; partnerships,' and;see;.; no'���'���','valid;reason for  ;the-same;:;,furthermore, :,;\ve.would  'suggest ;tlu\t; all;;;hydraulic .leases;  'andi'-water.'r/.righ^  granted; readily :;in;;;'a':;rne\v:";district;  until; tlie ;:surroundiiig;-couiitry,::has  ���been;fiiirh< prospected ^by^-thefvincli-:  yiduaLniiner./.wM  fakeslatrleast two :or ;thfee?year;s,:  and ,;the' -granting -of -which';;:has������  caused: so much'cohflictibn between;  the -^leaseholder-; and; ;the ; placer  miner;-this; -would' not-prohibit;a  company Jfrpm: operating .developed  grbund^by-'purchase:;.,-:::.';.;:.;',.;--.-V':;  -;;;::','Re^pec'ting;;the;;mineral Kolaims^:  and: disputes; arisingvfrbrd^'suchi-we-  would;':strongh'v -suggest -that; the  said'ciaimsshouldfbe'.'surve'yed ;by;  thelocator within: sixty days after  recording; such-,'.survey to be.equi-  valent to pre year's assessment.':-;';;'  -:-;-Tlic��latc; Orders in Council in'-re;  therebate of 2 per ;cent gold' tax-is  vexatious and is a premium oil dishonesty, we suggest that;the rebate  be paid-direct by the Gold Commissioner without delay or recourse to  Victoria ;'���;��� we ��� regard the -2 per pent,  gross tax-as unjust and;a hardship  oii"'capital 'during., its ������'unprtiduct'ivo  stages.:-- ������.-���'���   :'���/..;''.; .:..-���'.;.  ; "We respectfully: offer these suggestions considering'tiieni most necessary, as the conditious^qf mining-  have so; much: changed-within the  last-few,years. -.- -: ,.-;:-...- ;.:.;..;..:.  -", "The:"question" of freight charges;  from Coast points to Atlin is still- of  the most vital: importance, the development of the -resources of this  district depends in a great measure  upon the cost of the staple necessaries of life. Under present transportation charges the miners' and  prospectors' supplies cost from'one  hundred to one hundred and fifty  per cent more than brother mining  portions of the Province, this is a  drawback which discourages both  the prospector and the capitalist  from opening up and developing  the district. We would again ask  the Government to intercede for  our relief.  "We deprecate the sale of spirituous liquor to Indians trading.in  this district; the number of liquor  licenses issued in both Atlin and  Discovery should be reduced, and  more discrimination should be used  hereafter in the granting of the  same.  " Med;"fil: The present S'-tHerod  ���"oudilion   'if   ;'!!<���   !.'..ipiil,'i!i<>!i (.'I'iilis  mwtm  :-'-;:-';';���:;'-'. *, -r:^:.suceE'slk)KS-;xp;y ;. ���;.;;,  ;'-.'>--^-^  -;'^:';:-::-^-:l^  Tofoa&&os zantl 'CprifGGiipnw  : .:;.':'.:. / ��� ���.-. .;������.,.;-;'������  :������.'��� ,���:.-.-a._.   . '���,.��� ,;-;' .��� .,'-;���      "..���-���-,!.,'     -   :   ;  .;.-���:',���'    ���'"'���'''{������,'.' ������'���'������"���'":"' ���'��� '��� '���'��� ��� ��� "'���,���''.  '������'������   '  ���������'   ���'- '���  '���  FINEST /EQUIPPED LJOTKL; IN THE  ;���;;;-':>;. \;-'.':,x-,:(Fp'ench\Rcstaupahtllh&  ;'";;;,; RlCl^;&;HASMHE,:;TKOIMi  ;;';:;;;/-:���':;;- f;-/v; C6riief:bf;Fii-st aiid;;Discbvery Streets; ������ x^'^^iy^:^-'''  :���;..;-);.;;,  -. ''. :.X.- .���������,':, ���;,'���.-; . .  ' ���.-'���.:���;;':-,;.:!; Z'a'V'!\ ���-.:. ��� ���'.'���.,,'.,'< .-:.:'-"i ���';''^i  ..- .'���.';':-).'; v'-i"'*'; i' '.:��������� :-'./.' ���;'.':  W��/(MlM  (^  A; T. Baker  ������"���''Mariager^\':''''"'.'l'.':''v-;;;  Branchy  -������,,.',    \ ���.-    '.;���  -B rar8oH-''0ff 1g>& &t; E?.i ne.  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager. .;  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B.C.  This   New   and   Commodious   Hotel was opened to the Public,  April  "16th," .1901.7- Ever\'thiiig in "it is .New.���Strictly First^ Class,   i  CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS-���-CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  Hydraulic ���Mi'ning;  ��S9;  ineryt  Mining, Pumping & Sluicing Machinery,  Centrifugal Sand, G-ravel &  Dredging Pumps.  HYDRAULIC   DERRICKS���From 3 to 10 tons lifting capacity.  HAND    POWER-"DERRICKS   of  1   to   2   tons lifting capacity.  HYDRAULIC    GRAVEL   ELEVATORS,  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER    GATES,  ANGLE   STEEL    RIFFLES    &  HYDRAULIC    RIVETED   -PIPE.  The Joshua Hendy Machine Works.  "  ', Nos. 38 to 44 Fkkmon'T vStrkkt,  SAN    FRANCISCO,   CAL.  V^rit.e for prices, circulars and catalogues, or call on  A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C.  <$>+++-��� ������+���,]  '���.'���  Maska  Photos ta]  ;;-;:,;.;--;iancl: a;  '.'.^M^C��*��<j  Over    /<!  'Z^/fl^^Seia  ;;^��^f��i  FILMS;  ^Deyelop4  A.:G��%  :-ATON-Qj  ���"'.:"',;:->':'-:'!'tL  ���-:;���������;:������';���< :.A'ia  BR0WNI1  .1. H. Brownjl  R.C.Loij  Qvil and Hy^'  :'.:-'".'':-'7.and.  Pkari. Str|:  E.   S.   WIL  .-=,,,-.;..-. ;:.;su  Thi nl StrecT, 01  W. WAr.bACK Gtu:  W.   WALLACl  MINING BROKERM  - ���". - ���    m  ��� - Third :St  T hernia;  Troy taunt I  i.uUo St.. Iiot.i  ...  SOT J  OI-'KlOHi-Pcat!  All Kinds   ��L.  ���mM   __; |J  THH   IR1|  Rn|  Has the IT  The JIuDoimJil  Jjj'i  1 ,  1:  �����  i  1;:; ATLIN,   B. C,.SATURDAY,   AUGUST,   10/ :got.  *$  !���-���-���-<&  d  pi  [ill &  Wrecks  in  |s   to  ITES  pnted  falsi  Ijinc;,  SJWRY  L. S.  r..  ingineers,  irs.  in, B. C.  ,   P-L.S.  .'lit Building  E   &  Co.,  ON AGLM&  B. C.  /apour  til House  alson Ave.  IS. Prop.  Post OIHce.  g Papers  xperiisnee-   HKDTEL,'  ped Bar.  Hull in Con-  ��Aijii, Prop.     ���  y ��� c*  DKAUCKS   JN  Shelf and Heavy Hardware, etc.  look   up   your   list   for   the   following  lines    in   General  Hardware:  COOKING  UTENSILS, ,       CAST STEEL.  STOVES AND RANGES, PICK STEEL,  TARRED  FELT, ROOFING,     '   j WHEEL-BARROWS,  PLAIN ROOFING  PAPER. J ROPE,  Call and sec our Bar Glassware. ,  5^ PICKS,  SHOVELS,  BAR IRON,  NAILS,  1 AXES,  MATTOCKS,  I HANDLES,  j CLASS, Etc., Etc.  SOLE  AGENTS   FOR      ���    ���  GIANT   POWDER    CO.   Con.,   of Victoria,  B.   C.  40 and'60 per cent Dynamite  in  25 and'50 pound Cases.  district does not invite   the   penu'a-  ��� nenl settlement of competent   medical men in the practice of their profession.  ' At the   present time there  is one   physician    who  can legully  practice   in the   Divisions of Atlin  and Bennett, and   from   present information   these" large districts will  ' he without   any   resident   13. C. registered physician   from the closing  of navigation   until   the   owning in  1902.    In   view   of'these facts we  wish to place on   record   our entire  disapproval of the   arbitrary action  of the Government in ignoring the  strong representations made to them  by   the    former   Grand   Jury,   the  Gold Commissioner   and   the Atlin  Board of   Trade.     The   feeling   in  this community is very strong, business men and miners will not bring  their families   here   unless this condition  is remedied. ' Under'the circumstances   we  strongly  urge that  resident   medical   men,   possessing  British   or   Colonial  qualifications  be granted a special permit to practice   in the Atlin Mining   Division.  There are at   present in Atlin-cpm-  petent medical men possessing" such  degrees, who would   be   willing   to  meet any emergency   which rmight  arise,   if assured  of. remuneration,  and freedom from prosecution.  "The continued development of,  the camp shows a marked increase  in the resident population during  the winter months, which fact has  been recognised by the Government  in their appropriation for a school,"  and we strongly urge that such action may he taken as will assure  the people of competent medical attendance, and which will allow resident physicians to meet any emergency without placing themselves  in jeopardy of prosecution.  "The appointment of a permanent  Health Officer and Coroner for this  district is a requirement which has  been already urged upon' the Government by' tlie Atltn Board of  Trade. The prevalence of scarlet  fever in our own camp and of small  pox at Sksigway during the past  summer empathises strongly the  imperative necessity of such appointments in the interests of public  health.  "Our visit to the Presbyterian  Hospital has been gratifying in its  results, and the camp is to be congratulated in the possession of this  institution under such efficient  management..  t "In conclusion, we plead the urgency of several of the matters submitted as our excuse for the length  of this presentment; we feel assured  that your Lordship will aid us in  laying our views' before the proper'  authorities.  "All of which is respectfully submitted.  Signed on behalf of the Grand  Jury, J. H. Buowni.kk,  Foreman  PUBLIC   ENQUIRIES   ACT.  pi'in.10 nitfii'K  11 ml by \ i i-t u  is hereby given t lu\t under  i! ol I lie' '" Public l'!iii|iiii'(i.'!<  Act " 11 t/oiniiii'1-.iiMi 1ms been issued to tin.'  Iloiinriihio Aliens .liilin McOoll, Chief .1 us-  tice of tin) Province of Mritisli Columbia, to  (MKiiiii'd into t.ho conduct of tlio ofliccs 08 the  Gold Commissioner 11111I Mining Recorder.-,  ol tin) Itonuett l.nke mid Atlin Lake Mining  Divisions of llrhisli Columbia,-ami thai tin;  first meeting of the said Commission will be  held at the Court House at Atlin, li. C, on  Monday, the twelfth (12th) 'day of August,  I!>()], at the Imiir of eleven o'clock in the  forenoon, for the purpose of receiving any  complaints which mas* lie made in reaped, of  any of the said matters, and of fixing .such  respective times ami places as may lie  deemed most suitable for the hearing of evidence in reference thereto, and otherwise  dealing with the same.  Jvvory complaint must be in writing, shortly but, clearly, specifying the nature ol'the  complaint, in order tlic-it the person complained of may know what ho K to meet.  Subpoenas- requiring the attendance of  any witness or witnesses twho may be desired by any party to attend before the Commissioner For 1 lie purpose of giving evidence  may be obtained from the undersigned.  By Section 12 of the.said Public Enquiries  Act it is provided " that no statement made  by any .person in aiuswer to any question put ]  by the Commissioner shall, except in eases  of indictment for perjury committed in such ,  answers, he admissible in evidence in uny  action, trinl, suit, or proceeding, civil or  criminal."  ,_ AH.commiiiiiciitinits ,t<>.be, add rested to the  Secretary.  Dated at Atlin, K.'C, this Jiith day of J uly,  mm:  Gi;o. A. Sxnw.tin' Potts.  Secretary of the Commission.  NOTICE.  Gertificatc of improvements  ���KJOTlCli is hereby giren -that I, P I'Suliar-  schmidt, FM G No. H:i;t71. Secretary of  The (Jleauer .Mining A: Milling Co. Lid. Lia..  F M C, No.3!ll:i, intend. Sixty days from date  hereof, to apply to the .Mining Recorder for  a Cert ilieate of Improvements, for the purpose o I obtaining a Crown Grant upon the'  following described Mineral Claim: ���  Tlie Myosin is Mineral Claim, sit nate in trhe  Atlin Mining Division oi Cassiar District and  located on Taku Arm, about, one niiJcMiiith  of Sheet)' Creek and three thousand (301)0)  feet from the waters ol Takn Ann.  And further take notice that action, under  Section !I7. must be commenced before the  issuance ��f such Certificate or Improvements.  Hated tliisTwenty-second day of June, 10(11.  P. P. .SciiAU.scii.MiDT, Secy.  Livery Stables.  Saddle  Carts,  orscs,  Pack  Buggies,  or scs for  ire.  Notice.  Certificate of Improvements  IVrOTTCK is liereJjy n  iN   schmidt, 1MIC,  iveu that, f, P V Scliar-  No.. BililT-L, Secretary of  The Gleaner Mining & Milling Co., Ltd- Liu.,]  R M C. jS'o.3iH3. inteuiL Sixty days from date |  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder fforjj  a Certificate oi Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining 11 Crown Grant upon the  following described Mineral Claim:  The Taku Chief Mineral Claim, situate in  tlie Atlin Mining Division of Cassiar District  and located 011 Taku Arm and adjoining the  Myoso<is Mineral Claim on the north end.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance or such Certificate of Improvements.   -  Dated this Twenty-second day of .Time, I'.llJl.  P. F. SCHAKfeOJJMJJT., Secy.  320YAL  MAIL  Ailin  Stages   Leave   Ailin    for   Discover/-  Daily from the Royal Hotel. '  APPLICATION   FOR   LAND.  Notice.  'Certificate of Improvements.  Copy of a Report of a Committee  -   of the Honorable the Executive  Council, approved by His Honour   the   Lieutenant-Governor  on the I7th day of July, 1901.  LP  iS'IMilt the provisions ol' Section a:i of the  Assessment Act," Chapter 170, It. S.,  'His Honour the Lieutenant-Goi-ernor of  British Columbia, by and with the advice of  the lixceiitive Council, doth order as, follows:���  That the tax levied by Section 10 of the  said   Act   shall  be   due   and  payable in the  CHIIjKAT.   lilJNNHTT J.AKH    mill    ATI.TN   I.AliE  Mining Divisions. monthly, on the first day  oXeach mouth:  And it is further ordered, that <he Gold  Commissioner for the said Mining Divisions  be, and is hereby authorized to live-such  means as he may consider necessary. Hn conformity \\ ifh the said Act, to fully comply  �� ith the proi Uiinis of I hi- Order :���  And it i.'fiirtlii'i' ordered that this Orricr  ��� hall be published in tlie liritish (Columbia  (ia/ette. and in thc'Atiiu Claim newspaper,  lor a period of one month.  ���I    D    miKXriCH.  j.v-27-it Cleric. ICxeciitive Couueil.  APPLICATION    FOR   LAND.  IVTOTrcii is hereby given that 1, P F Sehar-  ^ schmidt, F M C, No. JW74. Secretary of  the Gleaner .Mining & Milling Co., Ltd. Lia..  V M C No. :i:ll:i, intend, Sixty days from date  hereof, to apply tw the Mcnring Recorder for,  a Certificate of Improvements, for the pur-i  pose of obtaining a Crown Grant upon itlic  following de-eribed Mineral Claim:��� '  The Lake View Mineral Claim, situntciu  the Atlin Mining Division of Cassiar District  mid located on Taku As'iu. and botiuded on  the south li.v the Taku Chief Mineral Claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section :i7, must ho camiiieuced before the  issuance, of such C'crtiifictf.te of Iinprovo-  i��ents.  iDstud this- Twenty-second rtixy of June, IflOJ.  V. F. ScuAiiSCHJiiDT, Secy.  -RJOTICIv is lies-ehy given thirt Sixty {[iiyc  after date I intend to apply to the Chuol  Ciimmtss'Miner'of Lauds p.nd Works��oc permission to purcliuse the following describefi  tract of lauds Coiiimeiieing at a post, sitcintcfl  on the sliore of Taltu Arm uboul .one luiUfi  mile north of the month ��f Atlintu Hivon,  thence east -10 ehaSns: thence south >10 chains:  thence west JO chains, more or Iocs to the  shore of Taku Arm: thence., following the.  shore of Taku Ai-m.c��u the point, of commencement. AR'i'IlUli C. 1UCK.  ���Tiiiiclltlu I'DOL.,     .' i>'li-2in  TULKS -KGGEIvF&SOn]  Swiss  Watcssmak-icrs, "  And iiiiiiNif'RctiiHug'jeu'cllers. "  All kindsof nugget work executed with  neatness and dispatch.  . irirst.   st.   next   to Vancouver General Stoi>��  THE    JPSONEER    SHOEMAKER  ���3oe Palini��r���  Utopoh-ing anil  Soliny Rubber   Hoots  A Specialty.  TTTRKLAND HOTEL:,  I'JKST  STSlKSiT,   A'Tr.IN.  J. KIRK^AJNTD, - JiIanacer-  First-class dining roem  And Elegant Sleeping- Rooms.  ATLBN FiSH MARKET  A. Brunic.li, Proprietor.  OpiKivitcfcheilioyal Hotel. First St.  Fresh Fisli ahvai'S -on hand.  Hj'dranlic   and   Other   CarnpanieE  Supplied at Wholesale Rates.   '  I THE    KOOTENAY    HOTEL, 1  George E. Hayes, Proprietor.  Cor. First and Trainor Stkhi-ts.  This  I'irst <jla��'s Hotel   has   been   remodeled anil refur'tii^Ued throtiglK-jut  and oll'ers the be-t accotiimodation  to  Transient or Permanent  Gue<ts.���Aenericiin fl.ud  ICuiviiicau flan.  Fsatesi    Winesr   lissuors   and  Gigases*  Billiards    and    PooL  *  **rJ(w.+O+&+QW.W*G*<f*<>*<>a+Zi+W+&W0��&.^  "I^OTICIi is hereby given that Sixty days  ���nTtor date, I intend to ap|i)y to the  Chief Commissioner of J^mds and Works iVjr  liei'inissiou to iiurchase ' tlie follouing des-  ci'ibecl tract of laud in the Atlin Mining Division of Cassiar District, M_ C: Coinineiieing  at a post Marked " 15. .1. Hughes' S.W. Corner Post," planted on the north side of the  Atlinto river, about one mile from Taku  City: thence north 10 chains': thence east-Id  chains: thence south 40 chains; thence west  ���lllchains to point of commencement, containing Hill acres, more or less.  H.J. HlHiHES..  Atlin. Ji. C, .lune Mth. lilOI. .jh-21l-2[i)  IkK. Gn.Licsi'iK.' Pro]).  Cigars.  Finest  Wines,   Liquors  and  Furnislied:'Rooms by the Day,  '    Week or Month.  Vancouver Genera!  Store.  CARRIES A FULL LINE OF  . GENERAL MERCHANDISE  /������'.' A. S. Cross'& Co  1st. Street Atlin.  ; ' HOTEL VANCOUVER.  HEST   LIQUORS   *   CIGAES  good  acooiimodaitos. ��� rlsstauiiave ix  Connection.  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Good Stabling for Horses and Ikrjfs.  i    i  11  l V  .1  i  it1  M  ��� 5  : i  ��� I  !i-  i'  )������  M * |  1*.'  ill I'./iKj.^T.'.-'^ i?l&<'^$x.  br.-,��sn;r':'.i'��ffiai_  ,ia'.SSMffia"j^i^^&2ii'#_y=2i=*!r!  ���ATLIN, B.C.,'SATURDAY, AUGUST,   10,   ioot  1  -v-  it) i  I'll  i-  is! ^  1   ;  l!  1/  1  The  Pioneer  Store.  PINK   CJITV.   ��.' C,  CARRIES A   KUI.L   LINE  OK  Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Gents* Furnishings and Miners' Supplies.  G,  D.  NEWTON &   GO.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Church  of Hug-land:  St. Martin's Church, cor. Third and 'J'raiu-  or streets. Sunday, services. Matins at 11 a.  ni., Kvensotig 7:H0 p.m. Celebration of Holy  Conniiuuiuu, 1st Sunday in each mouth.and  on Special occasions. Sunday School, Sunday at 3 p. in. Committee Meetings, 1st.  Thursday in each month.  Iter. V. I-,. Stephenson, Hector.  St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church hold  services in the Church on Second Street.  Morning service at, 11 evening scrviee'7:M  Sunday School at the close of the morning  service.     Rev. J. Pringle, Minister.  To Whom it ' May Concern :  Know all men by these presents,  that We, The Atlim Claim Publishing Co., have now on hand a  full and complete stock of Commercial   Stationer}',   and  that  we   are  prepared to execute all, orders with  neatness and despatch.  Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure.���It is sold in all the stores in  Atlin.  The Chief Justice and party  spent a most enjoyable afternoon on  Saturday last, in spite of the in-  cleniency of the weather, as guests  of Mr. Fethersiouhaugh. They had  an opportunity of seeing one of the  best equipped hydraulic plants in  the country in active operation,  and also of picking nuggets off the  bedrock.  NOTICE: ���We will make a  great discount, to clear out onr wall  paper and crockery. This is a good  opportunity for hotels and restaurants to stock up.���F. E- McFeely  &Co.  To Messrs. Harvey and McPher-  son belong the honour of landing  the largest recorded trout of the  season, ig)4 pounds, which was  caught at Taku with a fly, this  week.  Fresh fruits and vegetables arrive  on every steamer for E. L. Pillman  &Co.  Miss Mitchell, accompanied by  her neice from Toronto, returned on  Wednesday.  Mr. John Caplice left for home  on Wednesday last. He has entered into arrangements with the  owners of the Laverdiere and Copper island copper properties to continue development until the  hanging wall in each case is  encountered. The new arrangement is said to be eminently satisfactory to all parties concerned.  Postum Cereal at Eraser & Co.'s  Avoid all aches and pains by taking a Thermal bath at the Troy  Laundry.  "O. B." chocolates at Dockrill  & Bourne's.  For the famous Lubecke Sliced  Potatoes call at Fraser & Co. .  Atlin Lodge, No. 15, A. O. U.  W., meets in the Atlin Claim  Block, on the second and fourth  Wednesdays of each mouth. Sojourning brethren are cordially invited to attend.  Jimmie Regan has this week received a large consignment of  crockery which he will put on Hie  market cheap.  Cummings & Richardson?  LADIES  &  GENTS   FURNISHINGS  The  Largest  Stock and  Lowest' Prices in the Gamp.  Boots and Shoes.  STOCK   OF' "GOLD   SEAL",   RUBBER   BOOTS.  The Latest Styles in Hats.  .    OUR    PRICES   ARE   BARGAINS.  Atlin   and    Discovery,   B.C.,   and   White   Horse,' Yukon.  NOTICE-  GRAND RECITAL And dance  On Wednesday evening next a  grand recital and dance will be  held in the Atlin Entertainment  Hall, under the auspices and in aid  of the Fire Fund. Mrs. E.M.N.  Woods and Mr. Victor Austin will'  give a musical recital. The musical ' programme is in charge of Mr:  Austin and in addition to' Mrs.  Woods and himself the assistance  of Mr. Wollaston has been secured.  The recital will lie followed by an  informal dance under' the supervision of the Executive Committee  of the P"ire Brigade. Tickets, '$1,  including Dance and Supper.  The recital will begin at 8.30 i>.  m. sharp.  It is needless for us to state that  this recital will be one of the greatest treats of the season. The Fire  Committee .desire- that the pviblic  will show its ' appreciation both as  to the performers and to the Fire  Brigade by filling the hall to its utmost capacity.  On and after this date the  undersigned   Banks   wilf  only pay for Pine and Willow   creek gold, except such  as.  is purchased after assay, at the rate of $15.25 per ounce.  For The BANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA,       ,   .  I. II. GILtARD, Mnrmncr.  For The CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE,    .  J. S. MUNHO, Manager.  Atlin, B. C, August'8th, 1901.  1 ~    " "  Turner Beeton & Co.  WHOLESALE     DRY    GOODS,     LIQUORS    AND    CIGARS.  <^    ^ Importers  of all classes of Foreign Goods V-     *-  Victoria   and   Vancouver.  Sole Agents for.:  BROWN'S    4 ' CROWN    SCOTCH    WHISKY  CORBY'S    CELEBRATED   CANADIAN    RYE  A. B.' C.  BOHEMIAN   St.    LOUIS    BEER  -  MOET    &    CHANDON    CHAMPAGNE,    DRY   IMPERIAL..  P. .BURNS, ;��� ������& ^ .D O.,  Dressed Meats and Fish.  ATLIN   AND   DISOVERY. '  Oil     baize,   floor   oil-cloth   and  house-lining,   very cheap and good,  ' at Fraser & Co.  Premier Dunsmuir and party are  expected here by the next boat.  The Dominion Government Assay Office at Vancouver is said to  be the finest equipped establishment  of its kind on the . continent. It  vvas opened for business on July 29.  Take your prescriptions to Dockrill & Bourne's.  There is more solid comfort iu a  cup of Blue .Ribbon   Tea than iu a  gallon of most beverages.  ���  Fresh fancy biscuits at E. L. Pill-  man & Co.  The Royal Commission to enquire into - the official acts in the  Gold Commissioner's office, sits on  Monday. No startling revelations  are anticipated. ���  Furnished rooms to rent���apply  Hotel Northern.  Vm��)��ME:  HOTEL.  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  G. E. Hayes.  J. G. COHNJ5L.L,.  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS .RESTAUR ANT  IN  CONNECTION.  Headquarters' for Hnlnii>r it Parrot I'., t-tajfe.  FREE BOWLING ALLEY.  Hydraulic Giants & Hydraulic Riveted Steel Pipe.  We manufacture a full line of all supplies required for  Hyttrauiie   Mining*  . We have now in our shops orders for 7000 feet of Pipe: also Water Gates, Hydraulic-  Giants, etc. Perhaps you may need something immediately from the following linen-  which we can ship at once from stock:  ENGINES FANS ORE CARS' GRIZZLIES  BOILERS BLOWERS ORE BUCKETS BELTING  PUMPS H LOWERS VALVES ENGINEERS' FITTINGS,  ETC.  The Vancouver Engineering Works  successohs to ARMSTRONG   &   MORRISON,  Iron   Founders, Boiler Makers and Machinists.  OFFICE   AND   WORKS,   VANCOUVER,   H. C.  THE   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Month.  '    AMERICAN    AND    EUROPEAN    PLAN.  J. Lkathehdai.e, Proprietor.  T~i<Ynn    Rrnc ' line, new Four-Horse Saratogo leaves this Hotel at:  I^lXOIi   DrOS. 8 a.m., 11. SO a.m. and 8 o'clock for Atlin.  LAND ACT,   1901,  TVTOTICE is hereby ifiven   that  Sixty days  after date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and  Works for permission to purchase the following described  tract of land in the Atlin Mining Division  of  Cassiar, 1). C, commencing at a post planted  on the north   bank of  Pino creek, between  the intake of the Sunrise Co.'s water flume  and the intake of the Miner's ditch, said post  beinsf marked " George Alexander Stewart  tott's North-east corner  post," thence from  said post, a distance of two and one quarter  miles in a westerly direetioi^followiiigfeene-  rally the course-of Pine creek, thence a distance of 1500 feet northerly, thence two and  one quarter miles in  an  easterly direction,  paralol to tho first'boundary, thence 1500 foot,  southerly to   the  place  of  commencement,  said parcel containing 040 acres more or loss.  Suid land   is  required by the Applicant for  agricultural purposes.  Atlin, 11. C;, Aiitrust 2nd, 1901.  Geo. a. Si'ewaut PoTts.  Sheif and Heavy Hardware,  New and Second  Hand  Tin and Granite Ware, Iron  Steel, Picks, Shovels and, Itlachsmith's  Coal, Giant Powder, Caps, Fuse und Yukon Stoves.  Goods   Bought  Sold   and   Exchanged.  ;      C.DOELKER,.'        -  .    .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made   Sausage.  "Northern Hotel Building, First Street.  O.K.  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  Prop.  F. LINK  Now occupy their new quarters next  to the Bank of B.N. A.. First Street.  The bath rooms are equally as 1*001! as found  iu    cities.   Private  Entrance for ladies.  PINE TREE HOTEL.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors/    Good stabling..  Ed. Sands, Proprietor..  1  h  I  " mt  I  t  11  I  III

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