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 R���.  f  ii     -,   VOL.   i.  ATLIN,   B.   C.;   SATURDAY,    AUGUST  19,    1899.  NO.  17.  If"  McLennan, McFeely and Co.  (LIMITED.)  Paints,   Oils,,  Varnishes,  Builders' Hardware,  Sash and Doors,  Tinware, Rlraniteware, Crockery  AlIki11clsofTms1uit.il work done.    '" , -  Corner of First and Pearl Street  A CANDIDATE FOR .BURRARD.  The Steamboat Companies Quarrelling Over a Place to Land.  The Irving Nav.'Co. Offers Free  Rides but Passengers Decline.  m as m m  FRESH   NEW  GOODS   JUST  IN.  J. Sit.  i&ckett arod'.Co.  ,  <- Largest and Best Selected Stock of  Groceries, Shelf Hardware, Paints and Oils,-, Boots'and  Shoes, Rubber Goods and Miners' Supplies.  IRON   STORE .-' -   -    -    -   -' -    COR.   1ST' AND   TRAYNOR.  The = Bank = of = British = North = America  , Established iu 183G.    Incorporated by Royal Charter.   ,.  "  Paid Up Capital -    -    -   $4,866,666.66  . 'Reserve Fund   ----,-----_.-   $1,460,000.00  ' London Office: 3<Clernents Lane, Lombard Street, E. C.  Head   Office  in   Canada:    Montreal.  H. Stikeman,  General- Manager: '  Branches in all the principal citie:; of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco; Seattle, Taccma, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago.. Etc'  ,    . ^Gold dust assayed arid', purchased at best rates,   the ��� bank's assay  office being now in operation.   A general banking business transacted.  ,     J. ANDERSON,'   Manager, Atlin, B. C. ,  GrENEftfti/-. -HeSFF  -AND-  FREE  PUBLIC   DISPENSARY*  Competent Nurse Attendants.' (  .Private apartments and wards for male or female patients.  Vancouver  General' Store.  - We carry a complete stock 'of  MINERS' SUPPLIES  Agency of the B. C. Fruit Cv.i-  ing and Coffee Company, Vancouver, B. C.  Agency of the Canadian Rubber  Company, Montreal.  A call solicited.  A." S. ' CROSS    &    CO.  ���''"���'  EOR   FINE  VIEWS'AND-PHOTOS  GO  TO  A. C. HIRSCHFELD'S  _   ,' Films, Plates, Etc.,  Developed utReasonable Rates  P.��arl, between ist and 2nd.  Atlin  B. C  ,  Tlio re Is'trouble^ Jh ,lho steamboat- camp  over u binding.   The Ruth,  oiipruinod  by 0.  IS. Ikiwdou, is the causo ol tlio trouble, backed r up .by  bouts-(he   William'Ogilvio and  others     plying    from . Hennett    to    Tultn  City,    rt appears that ^lio   boats outside ol  tho John Irving .Navigation  combine could  not get reasonable transportation for'their  pas,Buffers across Atliu  Lake.    They  wore  charged prohibitive rates.   A couple of .sail  boats wore called into  requisition,  but owing to a eompluint beiiiff lodged with lusncc-  tor Cluto' the sail boats were not allowed to  curry passengers.    Foiled  iu this'the opposition  steamboats decided to send u boat up  Atliu  river'and on  'Wednesday 'afternoon,  alter three   days'   hard ,work ffettinff her  through,  the'   boat .landed    iu  , Atlin.   In  tlio meantime the officials who had  the {jail  to tie up tho sail boats saw their mistake and  allowed her to continue currying passengers.  When the Ruth docked at the, foot of Discovery street���this dock, built by,subscrip-  tion, und unfortunately allowed to pus-, into  the mesh ol  the John Irving Navigation Co.  ���Captuiu llowden was banded the following;  .''This is  to  notify. jotXthnt on and after  -this date you will ho char/fed tho .sum  ol .>5  for each  and  every landing'at our docks.  Pearl'anil Discovery streets,  in' JLtlin; and  also that we will  hold  you  responsible  for  the wharfage at the rate ol one and two'dollars per ton  on all freiffhtr lauded on said  docks.    My order. G.,W. Spencer, manager."  ,   "I can't laud, that's all tliow'sto ii," sum  Captain   Ho'wdon.    "All  the water  front i-  takeu ii ii, by, this compuiiy or their represen-.  tatives, audi had to go down to Roi,elli\'  "'i^inill, and make arrangements to laud oil  U boom ol loffs."  -    -...^  < -    ' -���      -    .    ���  ���J'X was told this morning bj one of the.  company tlmtl would be driven out; that  there wus aoth"liTV"iii ic-for tw 6~irouts,"~aiKl  that John Irving owned the Scotia, the  U'leaucr and the tramway, and it was- useless  to compete against him."  "lres, they oilere.l to carry three passengers' over lroo this'niori.ing, but they refused his invitation, and came over on the  sail boat."  Sir Hibbert Tupper Will Oppose Mr.  ,     Maxwell in This Constituency.  .Montreal, AugXl.���Sir Charles Tupper, before sailing today, said in an interview:  "Sir llibbert. Tupper will not again bo a  candidato iu Piolou county. Tho' Conservatives of that great constituency'liavo refused to accept his resignation, but iu my  capacity as leader I shall prohibit my sou  from .standing again for that'constituency.  I should not allow this constituency to bo  jeopardized by permitting'a canvass to bo  made by tlio Liberals, on tlic'grouud that  the Conservutivopurty had to send to.Hri-  tish Columbia to get a man to represent  them in" Parliament. The convention has  'been called in that county, wheira successor  to my son will bo chosen."  In coiineciioii with the above it is said that  lie will likdy contest, this constituency  against ,\Ir. .Maxwell at the iioxt'eleution.  .. THE B. L. & K. N. CO'.  A VOLUNTEER BRIGADE.  ���Will Make a,Hot Hustle for Atlin  ' Trade. "  Mr.   Arthur. Copchind,    representing  tho  Hennett Lolio & Klondike Nu\ igutiou Co., arrived in  town  by tho Ruth yesterday.   Referring to his company's entry into  Atliu he  spoke as follows: ''The II. L. & IC. N. Co. havo  now establislied 'regular  sailing dates for  their s.s. Olive May, which is on the Heuuctl-  Atlin run  exclusively.''This - boat   has now  under construction   new passenger accom-,  modutions and e'er another trip this boat  will have modern  equipped  staterooms for  passenger travel."   Mr. Copelund   is  under  instructions   lrom    his    manager,   Otto   If.  Partridge  toyii'.sta[I  E. C. Aubin agent  for  the   HJ.'.iUv.N. Co.  here.'  In  a lew  clay?  Mr. Aubin w;ll be in possession of full passenger and freight data and the interests of our  merchants .will receive close attention at his  hands. , ^  _ t__ ^,_  The II. L.' & K. N. Go.'hus pi-rfectea m ��'.��.,,���.  meuls   for   carrying   their' customs -' goods  through 'in'-bond, which means-that here-'  after all duties on goods coming to Atlin by  this'company may_bp"puiil,hei;e.        , . ..  ���/"^ ORE, BURNET & CO., .  Civil and Hydkaulio Engineehs,  Dominion  and  Phovincial Land  Sukveyobs.  Mining Pkopbkxiks Handled.  Office: Pearl street, above Second.  OARD   OF 'TRADE.  Wines, Liquors  and Cigars. k    ���  'Wright & Callbreatii,    Props.  THE  GO  "��� ' , ,The largest stock of  ,   ' drugs    and    patent  medicines in Atlin.  FORTIN & LECAPPELLAIN,  ���  First Street.,  -REGULAR-  Will be held  Monday   Evening,   August   12th  Macdonald's Hall, Pine.  Allure invited.   Ladies free.  A ladies' social committee  will introduce  strangers.  ALLAN & CAIPEBIX  Have received a shipment  of  Ladies', Misses'and  Ghildrens' FSeae Footwear  Also  Fine Boots asvd Shoes,  Rubber Boots, Miners' Prospectors in endless Variety*  Alain St.,   Pine.  Little Interest Taken by the Tro-  perty Owners in the Matter.  The people of Atlin don't.seern to care much  whether we have'any fire protection, judging by the ,sliiii attendance at the meeting-  held in Russell's pavilion Wednesday e\cn-  ing-  The chair was taken by J. II. Russell, and  C. K. Courtney acted as secretary.  The report of the committee appointed at  last meeting was read and showed that  $C3f.S0 had been collected and >.")55.70 expended, leaving a balance of >>7!).10.  Tom I.illie was appointed chief. lie was  instructed to proceed with the formation of  a l-rigade. In reply he stated that he already  hud the names of ISO persons who v> ere v, ill-  ing to act.  .The firewardens were appointed a committee of three to act as an executive committee.  Chief Lillie called at this office and asked  us to announce that there would be a meeting Monday night in the same place and if  the citizens don't want the good work to  full through they had better turn out.  .  A PUBLIC-SCHOOL  Will Ee  Opened in  Atlin the First  of the Week.  A meeting for the purpose of instituting a  public school was held last Saturday in the  Gold Commissioner's- office.  Messrs. Blackett, Russell and Cross were  appointed temporary trustees. -Mr. Hlackett  was appointed secretary. The government  will provide a teacher aud a sum for incidental expenses, the citizens providing the  school house.. It is proposed to engage a  temporary teacher here and secure quarters  iu one of the church tents, aud if possible  open the school on Monday next. Notice  will be given definitely from the different  pulpits'tomorrow.  It is to be hoped that parents in the town  will take sufficient interest in this matter to  send their children to the school. They cannot allord to ui'glect this matter..  THE HANKS COME HACK. '  ..  ���     ,  T I?iioin_Onr Correspondent.  ri-A   scene   iu   Pine-citj^-Timc 6<��tia..<luj.-���_  Aug. 12 of the Russelliun era. < Actors,  two  merchants. ','.'���   i  First merchant (chuckling)���Got the banks!  Second Mierchunt (with one eye half open)  ���Yes, we  have 'em;  now,wew'imt the record office! ' "������'.'  First merchant ��� (alarmed ' and running  over to second, who was entering the Gold  House to telephone for the. Government  office to be sent up on tiie afternoon stage)  ���Great heavens! What caravan is that in  tho  distance? ' '  '.'  Second merchant (taking a glass)���.My God ! ^  that's Censor returned to earth with  u. pair-  of :elloiv  leggings on,  and of old, pi cinder  is tlie Gotl he worships.  First merchant���Will he take our banks  away?  Second merchant���What; hu'U rob your  very eyebrows, man; his power is absolute;  Rothschilds spaniel this lofty wharfinger of  discord and his decree is law; he controls  the water's, the wharves, the bouts, the  'w ires' and the world.  The merchants hunt the inner  portals of  the Atlin Lumber CoiiipunyS building unci  watch.  Ceaser comes up.  Mounted  he surveys the   field.   To Rome  these banks must go!   To Rome these banks  belong, and in Rome they must stay!  The bunks go,  MAIL MATTERS.  Regarding our bad mail service iu the  Yukon, it may be/Said that there is very little excuse for this sort of thing iu summer.  When newspapers can get here by private  delivery from Puget Sound ports in eight  or nine days, there is no reason why mail  matter should take two weeks or more at  its best. We have been told that the mail  bags- have been left behind to make room  for perishable freight, but we can hardly  countenance the statement. Tt it true, however, that delays occur somewhere, or we  would not be served as poorly as ut present.  There is, indeed, illentv of room for grumbling in this respect.���Yukon Sun. Ai:g. S.  Shake hands friend Sun. We are no better  here. Mail canto in with more regularity  in days when the dogs pulled their loads  over ice and snow. The only way to account  for this is the fact that the C. P. Navigation  Company's boats are undisturbed during  the winter mouths by dinners along tho  coast.  F  > I: iu  psh milk per quart in Pun sou commands  Ailin 2J cents.  II'' ATLIN.    H.  C,   SATURDAY,    AUGUST   t9,    1899.  ' The Atlin Claim.  Published     every     Saturday    morning   by  ,  Cowan .< Maokay. ,  Office of publication:  -   Coruor of Second aud Trainor Streets.  Advertirfing' rates made known on application.  Our subscription price is *-l a year, payable in advance. No papor will bo delivered  unless these conditions are complied with.  It will, no doubt, be a matter of  congratulation to the people of this  district to know that we are about  to have a'little competition in the  steamboat line. Since the opening  of navigation the John Irving Navigation Co', have had-things practically their own way. People have  'been charged high rates and are  compelled to wait 011 slow going-  methods. It seems to be experience that where one company has a  monopoly they press, the limit too  far and bring about their own undoing. The Claim has had an  experience with this company lately. Thursday, August 10, at 2 p.  tn. a smalljob'plant was landed at  Taku trom the Gleaner. Monday,  August 14, at 2 p. m. it was received on the dock here. Just four  days to make a distance of eight  miles. With the coming of competition this will probably change.  Editor Lowry of the New Denver  Ledge thus unbosoms himself:  In one way we are ahead of other  Kootenay editors.    We have enough  of wood on hand to last until 1900  This is about the only thing we are  ���long on.    We are .extremely short  o'|, 'cast1��� "���': A~3 ob-worU ,-wliilc-mint-  "juleps, boiled shirts and diamonds  are only visible to us when we  dream of the rosy past. 'Thus do'  tilings grow serio is and serve to  teach us  we  that in  the midst  of life  are in the so.ip, or i\'ew Denver.  Capt. Irving stated in an interview with the Wo. Id that tlie tram  line between Taku and Atlin is in  fall running order. Although he  has co'itrol of this tram line and has  -the monopoly of the business, he is  still quoting his old rates. The line  is operating in splendid - shape at  the ' present time. ��� Vaiicouver  World.  Good h:avens, if this line should  break-djam   when   would  o ir freig-'.t.  we  'ihe House of Commons has adjourned after voting away $6,000,000  in'subsidies. It is pleasantto think  th it our political heavyweights are  released from their arduous duties  of putting fat bonuses into the  pockets of their friend i. ,  The Yukon & White Pass railway continue to rob the people of  this northern country. A charge of  3^ cents per pound for freight for  a1 distance of 4,0 miles will soon  bring about an agitation for a competing line.  WILLOW CREEK DITCH.  Good  Progress  Being  Made���Over  One Hundred Men at Work.  A  special meet ing  of  the   Willow Creek  Minors' Co-Operative Water Association was  culled by the trustees on Monday evening to  consider an offer made by Mr. Clifford, M. P.  P., to rent or loan'his water flumoto the association on certain terms, and other business.   A largo numbor of minors were present and the proceedings wore unanimous  and  enthusiastic.   Thcs. Butoman  proposed  that Mr.  Robinson, one of tho trustees,  be  chairman.   The chairman   opened  tho proceedings by   stating  that,  the   minors, had  taken up tlie making of the ditch with grout  earnestness and spirit, considerably over 100  miners being at work upon it, and  he hopod  the ditch would be complotod  by tho oud of  tho week.   ICvory share hud  boon' taken up  and  no difficulty would have  boon experienced  at  the prosent  time  in   disposing ol  three   times  tho    number.     The   chiiirmuu  then laid Mr. Clifford's proposal before the  meeting,   viz.,  that   ho oll'orod  to loan  his  rtuter'iliiino t�� tlie association until th jclos-'  of the season, in consideration of his receiving u supply of three sluicohoads of water  daily, free of charge, or'ho  would rout Ins  Hume to the association  at a charge of *2!>  per day.    Both-proposals wero rejected by  the meeting and  it  was intimated that the  proposals   would   huve   to   bo considerably  modified.   The minors hud suffered long ami  patiently and the water monopolists hud hud  things all their own way, but now the scules  were turned and  the miners were independent   of  every   water company.    After the  trustees hud expressed their opinions to the  meeting Mr. Butemun proposed u resolution,  That the mutter be left in the  hunds of the  trustees.   Curried unanimously.   The chairman then   referred   to the fact that on the  morning   following, the    formation   of  tlie  company" Mi-.  Clifford   hud u   survey made  through the cluims of the miners for a bedrock Hume, which should be strenuously resisted   by   the miners and u protest lodged  with the Gold Commissioner by the association, representing the united opinion of the  whole of the miners on Willow creek.   After  considerable discussion against Mr. Clifford s  application, Mr. Bateman suggested that-us  the association was bringing the water into  Willow creek they were the  proper parties  to supervise its distribution to the miners  ui'id its outlet buck to Pine creek  by  means  oTtfieTr~ow-n bedrock Hume, without dun.uge  to the owners, und moved as follows: "That  the trustees make application  to the Gobi  Commissioner' for a 'bedrock   llume;iu the-  name of the association, anil" that'all other  applications he protested by them." Curried.  'iVeenairm.iii'then asked Mr. Bateman how  i* .,-��o proposed  to de��l  with the issuing of  coupons in payment of work done.   In reply  hd stated that ordinary bank .cheques could  he issued to the miners, to the amount due  them", upon the bunk of the association.    He  moved a resolution, That the trustees give a  preferential right of priority of payment of  the cheques, or  coupons, to  the'miners in  need.   Curried.   The chairman proposed the  opening  of the  ditch   on   Sunday  next and  ..o.ne uisuiisaiou ensued, but notniug was de-  c.-riiiiiiBil upon.   Ihe  meeting closed with a  void ot thanks to the chairman.  To those who believe that miners cannot  co-operate together to do good �� orh, a trip  up to tne diich now being dug will .10 union  to dispel this idea. The sight of over luu inei.  working day after day, without eush payment of wages, and working in perfect accordance, is a sight wortu going many miles  to see.   The trustees are to be congratulated  .y" ST*  PARSONS  R Co. ��� -.  PKODUCE-  CO.  -:o:  Groceries, Provisions,  ...AND..'.     '  General Merchandise,   r THE ������������  Bennett Lake and Klondyke Navigation Co., Ld  The Pioneer Line, operating steamers Oka, Noka and Flora   -  between Bennett and Dawson, and  Olive May, between Bennett and Atlin  The B. L. & K. N: Co. advance freight and customs .charges on ship-  '   "' ments via B. L.' & K. N. Co.  '     Bust   of' Service   Guarantied!  OTTO   H. .PARTRIDGE,    Local   Manager,    Bennett.   CABIN FOR RENT.  if"  'A log cabin in the.rear-of the  Parsons Produce0 Company. Apply  at this office.' -    '  H  OTEL   OX  K.  Kirst Avenue  Choice Wines, '  Liduors and Cigars.,  '    WM. CUKOE, Manager  s  IMSON'S VARIETY STORE.  The latest styles in Costumes, Bicycle Skirts,  Shirt Waists,-Hats and Millinery. - - . '  .  '  Between Rant and Watson.  Notice of Dissolution.  The partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned us Huywood & Byron,  hus this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The businesswill be continued by J. S.  Byron who will pay all debts due by the lute  iirm und to whom creditors of the firm are  red nested   to pay all   accounts, due to the  firm.  W. D. HAYWOOD,  ,    J. S. BYKON.  Dated the 14th day of August, 1899.  THE A.TLIN LIGHT AND  POWER CO.  .Now have a  Telephone Service  ���.i their perfect organization und it is to  be j  hoped that the present ditch  will .fulfill the j  most sanguine expectations. j  A. P. Uakmichajsl, iion. Sec.    :  Between  LIST YOUR  LOTS AT'    '  There is one thing tlu people of  this northern country have to congratulate themselves on. They receive their mail a little more regular  than the people did twenty-five  years ago.  Premier Semlin aud his coterie of  legislation makers are in a bad fi>"i  and it looks very much like as if  tlie government, as at present constituted, would soon bs out of a job.  Apply at the Gold Commissioner's  office to have your name put on the  voters' list. You may need to use  il scon.  ITEMS OP NEWS.  The new trial in tlie famous Dre.\ f us case  opened in lienues. Prance, on Monday, August 7. Under examination he proclaimed  his innocence and emphatically denied that  ae had sold any military secrets.  The trading and transportation companies  in ICawson have a stora-je capacity of ��r>,(XM>  tons, and it is expected to lie ull taken up by  the time navigation closes.  According to the Klondike Nugget of July  22nd, there is talk in Dawson of the construc-  riou of u railway from that city to Grand  Porks this full. The Nugget says the prime  mover in the enterprise is Tom O'Brien,  though John H. McKcnaie is believed to be  associuied with him. Tom bus had somebody ut work 011 the enterprise at Ottawa  for several weeks, and his own lute departure for Unit place is taken to indicate that  the negotiations for a franchise hud reached  a point only reuniting his presence to be  consummated. The road will be narrow  gunge und will run from Klondike City to  Giund Porks.  I)ai> Stewart, llaw.-on, has been awarded  the wood contract, amounting to 1,<)U�� cords.  The London-Klondike Development Syndicate. I.til.. sent 11 party of men down the  Yukon recently to develop a seam of coal  011 whicli the company have claims, says the  Yukon Sun. If tho quality of the coal and  the size of the seam warrant it, further  work will bo undertaken, so us to have the  coal placed in Dawson this winter.  j Lumber in Dawson is selling for *l(��l:  i dressed S|3().  Thf KI liki-i-b'Uii-up so   rar. amounts to  i .- |,VUI!II.IIIII>.  Atlin, Spruce Junction and Pine.  Stations���  Ati,i>\ Medical Hall.  '   Junction, Junction House,  Pine, Gold House.  Ld.  British  American  Corp.,  HOTEL,  ATLIN   -   -   -   -   B. C.  Clean linen, spring beds, choicest selection  of cigars and  liquors north of Vancouver.  Rates very moderate.  Silver Watch, Walthum movement, sizeS.  A reward will be paid by returning the  same to this office.  When in Atlin stop  .  . at the .  .  OLYMPIC HOTEL  First Street.  Headquarters  eor   Lump's St.  Louis Lager Beer.  First class Restaurant in-connection.  A.  BURKE,   Manager.  Rant & Jones,  -X OLDEST    ���  ESTABLISHED  -    '   BROKERS  "':   . OF ATLIN.-      -  Agents for. the-John Irving'Na-  gation Company.  Pearl St., Atlin, B..C.  ..HOTEL   RUSSELLm.  . First-Class , Goods  "  And   First-Class   Service.  ���    Rates Reasonable.  Choice Wines,     "' ". -\    :  Liquors and Cigars.  JAS.. H.   RUSSELL,   Proprietor  A  ITKEN & STRANAPJLN.',  A  Neat and  Painters.  artistic signs  able rates.  at  reason-  John Irving Navigation Co.  Direct-line "of steamers  between  Atlin   and   Bennett*: ���  ~   ��� -~-~ The;    ���  STEAMER  " SCOTIA ���'-  Makes close eoiiuee-  ��� tions with  the  STEAMER  Poi  "GLEANER  Bennett.  ...THE KOOTENAY...  BAR  Finest stocked Bar iu  the city,  JACK   BYRON,    Prop.  Royalty  on Gold*  Notice is hereby given that the royalty of  1 per cent, on all gold extracted is now payable for the quarter ending June SO, 18i)il.  All parties concerned are required to pay  same within 14 days from date. Necessary  affidavits mny be obtained at the office of  the Gold Commissioner. .,,.,.  J.   I).   GKAUAM.  Atlin, B.C., July If, ISM. ^:  ATLIN,    B. C,   SATURDAY,   AUGUST   19,    1S99.  f}l  AROUND PINE CITY.  Since Opening Day Great Strides  Have Been Made.  Prom your Correspondent.     ,  Pino City,  Aug. 1(1.���A  grout change has  '   come over Pine City during the pust three'  weeks.   Tho addition to our population bus  been one of such magnitude that"buildings  have   been   iu   great   demand.. Tents  have  '   boon erected  everywhere and any evening,  when   minors   have ceased   work, it   is   a  difficult  matter to elbow your   way along  Main street from tho Irving Hotel   to the  Pine'Treo. ' , '  The Atliu bunks opened branches here  last week and alter a very short stay deserted us. No explanation has been given to the  business men for this move, uud'by initio it  iu considered unbusinesslike iu coming here1  staying a few days and then rot racing their  stops. It would have boen infinitely bettor  had thc> not como up at all.  Tho Mayor,and Chief Justice of Pino���C.  Oubridge und J. Lothordalo���lire thinking  of wuitiug on the Gold Commissioner- with  a view to securing an appropriation towards  tho erection of a sidewalk on Main street.  J. Letherdulo hub completed his residence  on Main und will tuke possession of it somo  time this week. ���    .       '  Mrs. M. Subin and Mrs. A. Mclunos, wives  of the popular kcepors ot the Miners' Rest,  iu this enterprising town, arrived lust week  , und took their lords completely by surprise.  They were uccompunied by their children.  The telephone is now un actual fact and  the cry "Hello" is familiurizing itself with  the^ occupants of the Gold House. Russell  Ornishy was the first to speak over the new  line. '  S. Coote, of Mel-eod & Coote, dry "goods  merchants of Vancouver, arrived in Pine  City the early part of last week and is pluc-  ing a stock of goods in here, with Mrs. McNeil in charge. In speaking about transportation facilities, Mr. Coote expressed utter disapproval of the British Columbia  boats culling at cunueries on their way  north. By, this action the Cunudiaii  coast cities are losing a large amount of  trade'monthly. He returns iu two weeks to  come up later in the fall. '  Mrs. White, who has been running the  Kootenuy dining room, Atlin, is now in  charge of thut department in the Gold  House.  Atliu Luke trout are selling at 17 cents per  lb. . ,  The old fumiliur string of people so noticeable around the Atlin postoffice lust spring  has come up to Pine, und our obliging post-  niuster, Mr. Cuncellor, finds it hard work in  trying to keep the swelling tinong down.  It has been suggested that Atlin in turn  send up an ussistunt.  Juck Letherdule was asked on Tuesduy  ���what he thought of the judge's decisions.  "I guess he's all right. According to the  scorching he guve me I'm not in u position  to say," he remarked.  AROUND PINE CREEK.  What the Miners Are Doing From 5  Above to 25 Eelow.  Great activity is s^en on all sides of Pine  Creek. This "is very noticeable uroiind  cluims that were long held tied up awaiting  the arrival of the judge. This, is now  ull changed, happil},.and men can be seen in  the vicinity above discovery doing an enormous umount.of deud work. In about two  weeks' will see this creek turned from Discovery down to 25 below, and the indic.iuo.is  ure that the side to be worked is ruiicr  than the ground worked this spiing.  The Kiernan claim, owned by H. McKay, of  Bennett, und adjoining Lambert & Jackson's  property on Pine, was "sold to the latter gentlemen last week lor a good figure.  J. Copelaud, 2.'i below���Six men working;  havu't tuken much gold.  Lambert & Juckson, three claims, the Rose,  A'iola and Seagull ��� Twelve men working:  two shifts: working Viola on bedrock, but  this claim did not come up to expectations.  The Rose is holding her own. The Seagull  'just began work; don't know what she will  do.  ' A. S. Officer, 17 and 18 below���Five men  working. This part of,tlie creek will be  turned in'about two weeks.  Behl Bros., 15 below���Turned the creek on  the lilth of July; not much: day and a-half  on bedrock; 4 men: 30 ounces since we turned the creek  J. Anderson, 14 below���Eleven men working; taking out a little: not got to bedrock;  putting in another pump.  H. E. Ward, 18 below���Four men; washed  one day on this claim; have been working  on bench above und took out 15 ozs in two  days and nights; have hud trouble getting  water on this claim.  Stokes & Waters, 12 below ��� Four men  w orking; ready to start in ; prospects favorable: had uHrst-class mechanic put a wheel  iu in the spring and now have hud to call on  my neighbor, Mr. Ward, to alter it.  Wm. Richards, 10, �� and 8 below, who is  superintending the working of these cluims  for Dr. Mitchell���Working 10 men; ground  nil right: started in 10 days ago'clearing  ground and making ready: changing flumes.  Harrigan aud Miner, il and 10 below,  benches-Working 12 men: getting gold:  June to change  fluiuc-  i:\pi\v  ��pcl;  people  above change und wo  have to chuugo  with  them. '"  ���K. Smith, ft below, who is superintending  the working of this claim for Lambert and  Juckson,, which was purchused recently, has  three men working und will put on more as  soon as dams aud other preliminaries are iu  shupe.  A. Chulmers, 4 below���Working four men;  turned creek on Friday; the 'other side wus  very good; big money,  W. J. Slattery, 1  below.���Working 12 men  and pacing good wages; better on this side.  Discovery claim,    Millor  und   McLaren ���  Working 1(1 men;  two shifts; richer on this  side.  Dr. Johnson, 14 men working; this wus one  of the, disputed claims; our work is dead  work,'but will soon bo washing.  Gibson und Garvin, 2 above���This is aii-  othur of the disputed claims, and wus recently bought by the above. Working seven  men,und the work principally dead.  D. Patterson, !l above���This is uuother of  tho rich claims that were in dispute, hut  next week will Nee 1(1 mouJ working. Tho  property wus bought from Homer Leonard.  Mr. Puttorsou suys that burning money is  nothing,in comparison to opening up a  claim.    ' '  Mrs. Johnson, Amity fraction iu the neighborhood of 4 above, is working six men, but  work has ceased on account of trouble with  the claim above.  1 J. McKiunoii, ft above���Not working; trouble with lower claim; backing water up and  flooding. . '  r/I'HE CALEDONIA GROUP. .  The finest piece of mining ground on Pine  Creek, so miners of experience say, is the  Caledonian group. Standing on the edge of  the creek in the vicinity -of the Pine Tree  hotel und looking across the eye of the  stranger .rests on what appears to be an  endless chain of flumes and sluice boxes  with men dotted around everywhere. This  group, consisting of 1ft claims, demonstrates  the advantages to be derived by co-operation in mining 100 foot cluims. This is u  pructicul lesson and should be emulated by  others. " ''  A' talk with Mr. Mm. Nelson, who is superintending the working of this claim, elicited  the fact that lft claims, .including fractious,  constitute the group. Fluming to the extent of 1,500 feet, with 2-ft road-bed, currying  three heads of wuter and 18 inches deep,  runs through the property from the upper  end of the claim. Sluicing boxes to the extent of 800 feet receive the rich pay dirt that  2ft men shovel iu by day and by night. TwVi  large headlights placed in position oyerthe  boxes ufford the miners ample light. "The  ground is rich," suid Mr. Nelson, "and we  have enough to" lust for three years  paying _$5 and ��0 a day, the .latter  rock," concluded Mr. Nelson. ""  JAS.  CARROLL and CO.  <v  Skagway,   Alaska.  We are  on bed-  OLD FACES IN NEW PLACES.  The picking up of times around Pine City  has hud the effect of robbing us of many  of our old familiar faces. They huve all  sought closer proximity to the gold belt  and they are doing well.  A.'R. McDonald, of the Irving Hotel, adorns  Main street, and a pretty little house it is.  At the rear ot the hotel a spacious and well-  appointed hall has been erected where  dances are to be held weekly. Good luck  Muc.  No up-to-date town could possibly be w ith-  onta cafe. Such a cafe is the Irving Cafe  und two very pleasing girls���Misses Lumro  und Ryan���will attend to your every want.  Air. Gregory, the Discovery street auctioneer, is locuted on Main street.  George Allan and H. J. Richardson are  sharing commodious quarters on Main  street, where the former has a stock of  boots and shoes for the sore-footed miner,  and the latter a line of fancy furnishings.  Playing slot machines   is  not  considered  gambling   by   Judge   Cann   of  Seattle.   He  suys   thut  so long as  they do not phi}  money they do not violute the law.  for  -THE-  Canadian Bank...  ....of Commerce  Corner Second and Pearl Streets.  ATLIN,    B.   C.  Thoroughly Equipped Assay  Office in Connection.  ' Gold purchased or advances made  thereon pending the result of its  assay.  Exchange sold on all the principal points in Europe, the United  States and Canada.  WHOLESALE AND RETIAL MERCHANTS  v'' '  Provisions, Fancy Groceries, Hardware,':  .   .   Clothing, Boots and Shoes   .   .  i  r i '  White Us for Quotations,    Or Order Goods Sent, C. O. D.  Privilege  op Inspection!      "' ���    '  British American Corporation, Ed J  ATLIN,   E".   G*  JiuANCJiEb at Dawson, Bennett, Sklkihk, Whitb Hoiibu, Pine Chkkk.  The only complete stock of  GROCERIES   AND   DRY . GOODS  In the City.  ' Ladies' Goods a Specialty. "  New Line of'Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes Just Arrived.'.  Only highest class of goods in stock at lowest prices in tho city.   Inspection invited.  l  FOR SALE*  Lot 15 in block 6, with'log cabin  i2xi6,ft.; corner lot near the .hospital, 50x100 ft, will be sold at a  sacrifice.   '        -   .  Apply J. M., Claim Office, ,~  Government Assay Offic  v��  ���'-The^Vancouver: Board of Trade  gives noffce-fcUat.��1-if�� ��ro^o*-������a��i-..-nf.  British Columbia have established  an assay office in Vancouver ,and  that the banks aud merchants will  negotiate the certificates issued by  the government assayer in charge,  W. Pellew-Harvey, Fairfield block,  Post Office, Vancouver, B. C.  CHARLES E. TISDALL, -  i President.  WILLIAM T. STEIN, C.A.   -  Secretary.  [^HE NORTHERN HOTEL,  '  FIRST STREET.  The biggest house 'in Atlin. ,  Everything first-class.' ,X  Oo   T^nn-K^, -^^tirietors.  THagaiO.  O.K.  BATHS ;/-. .   '   -  -BARBER SHOP.  The baths are equally as good as found In  *:"�����Side entrance for ladies.    .  LINK & PKATTriJri)pa.,X-i.���^o^.^.ir__  opp.  British Hotel  Cor. First and Discovery.  Fine stock of genuine  Scotch and Canadian Whiskies  Bass' Ale, .Victoria Lager,  and Stout, Etc  Mitchell's Old Heather De\v  and Irish Whisky a  Specialty.  THOS.  TUGWELL,   Prop.  PINE TREE HOTEL.  '   DISCOVERY, B. C  When you come to Discovery  Take shelter under the  TREE.  Finest of Liquor*.  Good stabling.  CHAS.  R. OUBRIDGE, Mgr.  Good dining room run  in connection���Meals at all hours.  MPS: C. II. LUCAS, Cateress.  E. L. PILLMAN  Funeral   Director   and  Embalmer  Third and Discovery,    Atlin, B.  Bodies Embalmed for Shipment a Specialty  Orders on short notice.  All kiiuK of  Funeral  Supplies at   reasonable riite-.  c  1 PRINCIPAL  'BATH.:"HOUSE  AND   LAUNDRY:  Best' Equipped Establishment  ��� in -Atlin:  Lake Street,- near Sawmill.  Applications fop Land.  Notice is hereby given that, thirty days  lifter da' e I intend to apply to the Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a lease of five  acres of laud for garden purposes, commencing at a stake No. 1 near where a slough  enters the north =ide of Pine creek and distant about one half mile from the,lake, being 172 yards northerly from stake No. 1 and  140 yards ���,ter.y. UQBT> GRI(��KS0N,  TULES lEGGERT  Swiss Watchmaker.  Has charge of government instruments.    First street. .Atlin.  In Medical Hall.  HOUSE  PINE CITY.  Good Liquors,  Good Wines  and Cigars.  Beds and Meals a Specialty.  LETHERDALE     &    BURTON,  Proprietors.  The British Hostelry  LOG   OABIN,   fi��   G.  A full line of genuine first-class  Liquors, Bass' Ale, Dublin Stout,  Pommeroy, Victoria Lager, etc.  T. TUOWKLL.  Prop.  ���yj\ M W,��TI*W * K 1,*W'I��4   I  '1  ATI,IX,    B.C.,   SATURDAY,    'AUGUST    19, ' 1H99.  7/fae Glaiias- is now prepared  to-dis aSi kin ids oi' Job Work.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  '.wV  Medical Hall lor patent medicines.  Full Stock of  Patent   Medicines.   Dock rill  ��t Co.  High  license closed up .10 saloons  iu  Skaguay.  Shipment  of now   goods  just  arrived   at  Medical Hull, First st reet.  Fine   lot   of  confectionery,   just   arrived.  Dock rllI A Co.  0. Ilcrrou is working one oT bis claims on  Spruce, SO below.  Insect   powder  ol   all  kinds.���W. It. Doek-  1    rill & Co.  Great liritaiu niks for freedom of poaching Canadian fishermen.  Tlio government royalty litis boon paid on  0,2(12 ounces of gold up to date.'  I ro'n mortars for grinding qunrl/..���W. It.  Dockrill & Co., the Loading Druggists.  E. \V. Hickle, lately appointed mining recorder for tlii.s dUtr.'ct  arrived Tuesday.  Mrs.  McNeil. Discovery, bus now a'full line  of drygoods,  ladies' und men's   furnishings.  New Goods at  Cummin;!* &   Richardson's.  Fine Tweed Suits, Hoots and Shoes and Full  Hat,.  Dr. Lewis has removed next to the Parson.,  - Produuo Co,, whore  he can  be  seen  iu  the  future.  Fresh Kggs. ��11.00 per easts:" Potatoes and  Onions S 13.1)0 per 100 lbs., at. Hlackotl & Co.'s  Iron Store, First Street.  Pine City may be able to win our girls from  us, take out all the nuggets they have a  mind to. hut they can't touch our banks.  .1. W. Troy, associated with .7. II. Urook.s,  Skaguay, in dajs when theie was big money  iu packing, is in town looking over thing,.  C. A. Sehlbrede, United States Court Commission, Skagway, is on a visit to the district  looking alter some claims which he owns on  Spruced  M. Jaiino   de Laniare   an;IM.  E. Crome  who ligured so conspicuously at t lie Govarn-  .   inent sale of lots last spring, are expected in  shortly. (,-  Church of England services will be held  at coi-ni-.' Trnino:- and Third street, an Sunday at II a." in. and '.', p. in., and at Discovery  at 7:1!j p. m.  If Frederick Dirling WHIiird and Axil An-  - <ltli.��i>...vciii-iii-tni.-oir.viM_oniceT"lhc.v will huTl  wlpit happened to their uaturnli/.ation papers, so long delated.  As soon as Mr.'Cnmci-oi , the road inspector, iiuishes his work on tlie Discovery road,  he w HI begin the preliminary work on the  wi-itdr trail to Log Cabin.,  .��� ���!���.,. Helen Lucas, so well and, favorably  k' ownjn A lliii, in couufcct'ion withthoKoo-  teuiiy hotel, has taken over the management  of the t-iiie Tree dining room.  Goo. II. .Maxwell, the member in the House  of Commons tor this district, passed through  Dennett August 11, on his way to ])uhsum.  He wiil,vi-it Atliu on hi., return.  Vi i:i. Pon.eroy, formerly of Atlin, returned  la.,! wool1, lion: Victoiia with a liceime lor  an notid which no will erect in the.ueiglibor-  ho j 1 o! HL hdlo.t o.j Jjprt cu irook.  J list received and lor tale Ci'stom Made  finest Ore,, Trous-i's, i'iiib Hrc- Shoes,  ta.i and lilajk', Silk Striped Neglige Ovur-  siiiil-. , A small and sola-t .stojk. Olympic  ���Hotel.  S-jr visas ivill ha he! 1 iu t ic L'irst Presbyterian church, corner Third anil Disjovery  streets, on Snud<i.\ at I :3() a. in., and 7:3U p.  ni. Sunday sehoo' at 2:SJ p. in. Itev. John  Pringle, H. A., minister.  The dance 'in McDonald's hull, Pine City  last iVondaj evening, was one of those pleasurable event., that drive all cure-away.  About 80 participated and at its termination  retreated to the Irving Cafe.  Our only undertaker, li. L. Pillmau, has  moved away from us. Vv'e don't know whether this a good sign or not: but any order  left at Doric's mat trass factory, will  bring  him on horseback from Pine City.  < ���  When a chicken dinner is advertised iu   his  town it is assumed that  i<'  is canned good.,.'  Such is  not the  oa&o   with  the dinner  that  will   be   seived at  the Olympic tomorrow.  You o in lr.ive f ra-'.i chicken at jl ptir plats.  Mr.   Fred. G.   White,  mining broker, has  S. Cross, \V. .1. Smith. The next, meeting  will take place in ihn now hull on Second  li'oct, bet ween Traiuor and Pearl.  .1.11. Russell in showing his'faith iu tho  town by erect Ing a two storey building illlxfiO  npposltn the Itussell hotel. When completed  the building will bo occupied by tho post  ollice, tho present quarters being too small.  A well-kiiowu hotel man is in trouble, and  all kinds of rumors are around. Some say  his house has been leased, and others sold,  but his apparently silent partner says be  wants a settlement, and that the matter will  come up in one of the coast courts.  Tho lion. Chan. II. Caton will deliver his  celebrated lecture on "Charles Darwin, the  Liberator of tho Human Intellect," in IMne  next Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock, Tho,e  who have hoard Mr. Catou's other lectures  will not miss this one, us be considers it one  of tho must ii t irus'.ing lectures he has ever  producod.  .1.11. and .1. W. Itobin,ou, brothers of I). II.  Uobinson, who it will bo remembered by  many iu Atliu, died oppueuinoniu Inst spring  while- taking a look at the district on his  way out I'i'diu Dawson to tho coast, are hero  .nuking .arrangements with Ii. I.. I'ill-  iiinii to have tlie remains shipped back to  Nova Scotia.     '  On Monday last the entire interest in the  Kootenuy House was purchased irom W. D.  Haywood's representative, T. Stewart, recently from the coast, by .1. S... Hyi'on.  .lack left for Vancouver on Thursday. "While  away bo will purchase billiard table'1; together with other necessities ol the caterers'1  art. During his absence the house will be  under the management of I. Gillespie.  How doth the little hiiskio dog  Disturb our rest less nights  And gather curses all the while  liy oft rocurringjights:  Hut joy, oh' winter's coming on ;  L see his end iu sigiit,  He'll "mush" his hundred pounds to Skng  And we shall sleep at night. '  ���Wi'.Aiiv Watts.  ri-TK-  INCOItl'OItATlil)  Paid Ui> Gai'ital  Rest   -  *-   -   -<  -   -   #2,000,000.00  -   -.$1,250,000.00  Gold   Dust   assayed   and  A  general   Banking' business transacted.  purchased.  Drafts issued and money transferred to any'part of tlie world.  Tide First Bank io Open in Atlin.  A Branch' has been opened in Pine City.    Gold Dust Purchased  W. A. SPENCER    -    -     -     Manager Atlin  Branch.  \&     i/��  -   Retail   ~  Corner   Kirst   and   Pearl   Streets.��*  *s" Hardware, Miners' Supplies,  Tinware, ���  - Graisiiewnre,'  ' EtCm,  Et<22.  TINSHOP   IN   CONNECTION. -    .  & CO. (Limited.)  FIRST STREET  ATLTN, B. C.  FINEST EQUIPPED--HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNER.    ,  Rice & Hastte, Proprietors;    David Hastie,  Manager.  -    ���  ' Corner of First and'Discovery Streets.  tb'  WHITTLING  EXHIBITION".  Aliot bout took place Monday week at the  Gold, House, Pine City, between Lucian  Christol, ex-middle weight champion  of the world, and I. II. Harbour, 'resulting iu  a win for the  latter, two  hills out of three.  The first round was Oreeo-lioman, and alter a fine exhibition of cleverness and ability  011 the part of Christol, resulted in a quick  pivot throw from the mat, in his favor.  Time. Z 1-1 minutes. ' '   Harbour chose catch-qs-catch can for second throw, J and succeeded in downing his  man iu 2 1-2 minutes from a leg and neck  turnover.                     .  '���  Uuriatol winning toss chose .again Greco-  Roman.. Hut he had played all through .well-  up to hi., strength, and though he made a  niaguilicent try for a fall which very nearly  came oliybe wun.pl.iced on his back by the  younger man in :i 1-12 minutes.  It is only fair to mention that Christol is'a  man aged Til), and though a line wrestler has  not now the wind to go up against a young  .tthlotc.  A crowded and appreciative house thor-  ��n,shly enjoyed the exhibition.        '  i:i\ li. Gi.y Hall challenged the winner, Mr.  f. il. Harbour, lor .?2uti n side, mixed styles,  .ind tl:e match came off at the GoI.I House.  I'iuo City, on Saturday, the 12th inst. ,1 b p.m.  1 hi, match was u splendid exnibitm of  c!;e old-time sport that dates back hundred,  of year.,, when Greeks und Romans used to  amuse taemselves tossing each other on  .ml,. Tbe cxhil-ition between hall and  onihoiir last fcali.rdny wa.s worth going 11)  1 il.-.s to set. l.-oui men are young, i.erlect  tonus ot athletes and masters of the science. . ' . '  About iw   people  witues.,e.i the snaky j Placer and Mineral Claims Bought, Sold and  Managed on commission.  ;:;::::S!;rtS,2:I.;:;|A11 kil5ds of M"^ P*Pe"s made out and Mining business transacted.'  tail was applauded to the echo by the specta- ��� Partnership accounts adjusted.'   Books and accounts audited.  1 tho chief or police was "there, of course, [Will.be at office Tuesdays, Thursdays aud Saturdays, and on the creeks  .i.uthe made no reference as io wnethor it j , Mondays, Wednesdays and'Fridays.  was "in the name of the Queen" or not.  Clias. Ciilliu wa.s time-keeper and tho Sw i.,s  Guide to Pine, s,ra.:ik Hrittca, did the re-  lorpe work.  Tlie !ii\,t encounter was Greco-Itomau.  Harbour got on the Jloor first: then iu  turn Hall wont to t lie padded lloor. only to  come up w ith a fresh hold and downed human. The first fall was awarded to Hall in  m 1-2 minutes.  The second wus eateh-as-eatoh-cun. The  men came together iu a neck-lock arid Urit-  ton   broke    them    away.     Hall  then  threw  THE    NORTH    AMERICAN    GREYHOUND  WILLIAM, OGILVEE''" ���  . Harry Ollard,  .Master.  Tho  Fleetest Steamer  ora  the  Lakes. .  ', ��� i. -.  Atlin City to Bennett City Every Monday, WednEsday and Fridays.  Fare���First Class", $12.50, Including Two Meals and Berth.  , Second Class,   $7.50.  .    T.   J.    WATSON,    Agent,    Atlin City.  Office with T. J. Watson & Co., Mining Brokers, 1st bet. Pearl and Watson.  Discovery St., Near Third, Atlin, B. C   P. O. Box' 97.  opened  an  office  on   Discovery street, near J Harbour, but Tall disallowed.   At the end of  Third, and any  matters  left with  him  will j :w minutes, after hard and  Fruitless work.  receive prompt attention. He is making a  specialty ol' handling claims lor owners who  intend absenting themselves for the winter.  On Saturday last a citso came before .fudge  Irving iu the Si.p/tme Court iu which the  the h\ing Navigation Co. sued 1,'annie &  J uiii'i' lor .f!'n (I lor towing a l.oi.m of log.,  from mice mihs Mjiith of .McKee creek, i >  all about 12 milt's. The tli readmits | roto.iled  thai the | riio was ixorbitaut. 'I lie Jiulg��  having no proo'deifts to guide him gave  j.idgni.'iit lor the plaintiffs. ; RICH  ATLIN CL.Y I <i.  T ii- Aivti.' It nil he rln od hr.ld a nii'cting on j From the Sea tilt; Time., i>T Aug. S.  '1 in silay eight   in   the    pa\ iii.in,, corner   of j     Women si, em to be taki.ig the initiatory in  intermission  ol  live  minutes  was ordered.  After refreshing, the men came'together  and continued uninterruptedly Tor 3,1 minutes trying to pros, the fall, but as strength  was vanishing and no immediate rcull iu  sight, the releroe declared the match ca  draw.  Thi, was agree 1 to and thereupon Hall  chiilic.'igeil Harbour for mini it.r match, to  conn; oil'ut an early dati-.  ton, who was a passenger dow n on the Ro-'  salie to-day. A Chicago mining man named  Halpin has some interest with Mrs. Brown-  lee. ' '  Loekie McKiimou, partner of Miller, came  out u few days ago, bringing a good deal of  the clean-up with him, which was placed in  a Juneau bank. Miller is still inside, looking after some tmartz locations on Surprise  Lake. These show surface values oT si21i> in  gold aud SHO in silver per ton.  ii  The White Pass and Yukon railway have  under way till arrangements for the exten-  eiision of their road to White Horse Rapids.  I  I'fiirl and i11rM. Sevriiti en member-, were j the Atliu (list rict. r-'rity. Viller, <)T .)miesiti  i.ii in,-I. 'I-.e IoHoh in j wont linoiigli: II. I the discoverer of tho Atliu {.-old digging.,  A. tfr-'mi s, (.'. A. V\ right. II. O. Noyc,, G. I). | and his inn tners have ji st sold discovery  Hi clair. V, . I*. Grant, Cetil K. Court  W . Ka. i, J. H. Grniiuir. J. S  0!iv ���,   I.   Ciiinming,,   0. W. I"). Clifford, R. E. I ���.Mrs. Hro.Milec, a  rpec:ilator of .New York,  l)iuU.)i. Io,. p'i II. Moof. .1.  II.   Hrooi s.  A.    w i.i  ik,s asjoii.iluu �� ith h-r ,i >!r.,. Hough-  'Ut1  Under the auspices  of the  ARCTIC   BROTHERHOOD  On  STEAMER  SCOTIA,  K. Courtney. X. j claim on' Pine Creek  for  .-.7.-..IIUI.   The  new ! Q11 n J A 11 rri1 cf   O *7f 11  liyron, W. II. T. I purchaser., are women, according to  report ' vJLLlILLcL V ,   XJl LL y Llol   4 l L1I  Will leave at 10:^0 sli.'irp.  THE    ALASKA'   FLYER  '    65 hours to Seattle.  S.. HUJ  Due at Skagway  Smeday, /ieageist S7, ��88@*  Leaves Skagwaj'every Ten" Days  for Seattle   and   British   Columbia  ports. -   Buy your tickets at the office  of Pacific Clipper Line, Skagwav.  '.    .  '. W. H. TRIGGG. Ag-ent.  ' ATLIN Ul'NBRY.  Mrs. Hayes, Prop.  Mrs. Hayes left Thursday for  Vancouver where she will engage  two expert laundresses and purchase  additional material.  Corner Lake nncl Rar.1.  I  via  1  m  n  I  MBtnmnmm


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