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 I  0  if,, i  VOL.   3.'  ATLIN, H. C, SATURDAY, AUG.     24, 1900.  NO. 69.  'An.  as  "fc  ��  It.  I-  Have Just Received a Full Line of  NAILS,   PLAIN  'BUILDING    PAPER,   CARBONIZED - ROOF[NO  l'AI'KR,  WINDOWS,  DOORS, .BOII.K!) Oil,,  WHITE UCAD,  HKOWN   AKU   Hl.ACIC  JAl'AN,   SHOVKI..S, ��� PICKS,   STK1CI.,    BKII.I.S.  I'USK and cats, and everything in the building and mining'line.  BAR GLASSWARE,'GROCERY, GRANITEWARE, TINWARE and  ,      ,    WALL, PAPERS.    /v     ,     -  Corner of First and Pearl'Street,      . ATLIN.  THE PROVINGIAL BUILDINGS.  The Finishing Touches Nearing an  ���Encl-rWill be  Turned   Over'.by  the   Contractors,  on   Tuesday  -  ��� The   Work,1.- Done   Entirely . by  Local Men, is in   Grc.it   Contrast  ,.to      the      Dominion      Buildings  Erected Here This Summer.  ' The' new Provincial-Government  building, which 'was *;>snecl for  business last week, deserves more  than a passing notice. The butld-  ' ing is of composite architecture and  was designed by an "architect in  Victoria on suggestion's submitted  by Mr.:j. D. Graham;  The structure is 46x45 fttet, ' th-;"  ��� walls.20 feet high,,'hip toot", with a  central deck 16 feet- square. -The  roof is,.-relieved- on .two .sides 'by  large dormer " windows. In front  rises au imposing square tower 26  feet above the walls, topped by a  24-foo.tiflasT. pole. _ where * daily the  scarlet banner of Britannia "throws  its folds to the breeze. From the  base of the tower stretcher a balcony-and handrail.-, The cotnioes,urc  bracketed nicely...  The interior   is , reached   by   a  t  broad flight, of steps 1 rider a handsome porch, and the hallway, which  is 9 feet in width, stretches rig lit  across the building. On the right  front is the recording office, 18x30.  Connected with this is the Commissioner's private' office, 18x15. On  the left entrance is the district  judge's office, 12x18, and behind  this^ is the courtroom, 33x18. A  wide staircase at the end of the  hallway leads upstairs, where are  situated three large rooms for dwelling purposes. The double walls  are jammed with sawdust for pro  tectioii against the wintry blasts,  and the whole" building is so ingeniously arranged that every inch of  the interior can be reached at once  in case of file. The heating apparatus, which will bt shortly put in,  is unique. The flue is terra cotta  encased with brick, and rises from  the foundation right up through  the roof, completely obviating all  danger, from fire. Hot and cold  air pipes lead to every room.  The fixtures in the various departments were all made by the  contractor and arc substantial and  handsome as any to be found anywhere.  The contractor, Mr. David .Main,  has employed none but local men  and used nothing but local mater'al  as far as it could be had. This if.  in. gratifying contrast to the job the  Dominion government riiade on the  Posi-oflice building, which was  .���rected by men imported from the  \nt. Tn rapidity of construction,  ���olidity and elegance,' the local men  ���lavedistanced them completely.  -The contractor, Mr. Main, and  :ikv> the Government Inspector, Mr.  Olive, to 'whfjse,, practical r.sind  many ingenious "suggestions are  due, have every reason to be proud  of Ihe, Atlin Government building."  It will, it is to'ne tioped^ long stand  as a' monument to their energy,"  skill and taste.  -VERY MUCH ALIVE. .-  -*J��is not given  to  every  man   to  experience   the   peculiar  pain-nlea-  -*��$'    c        j- "      , . 1 ���   "���  snre>of reading-his own obituary,-  Diitflsuch. has' iatelv "been the .case  "with   our musical friend, Harry Pa-  '   ���'Vv*  vey. He has iu his possession' a  late copy ot the Oakland, Cal., Enterprise, giving a: full und circumstantial account of the wreck of a  sloopln tFeTSeh'riiig'-Sca," and -"tlie  names of the crew, who all met a  watery grave. Among them' is  ! "our late townsman, Harry Pavey,'  lately of the Chrysanthemum Quartette." It gives Harry a good send  off for the nether "regions and a  character which would have softened St. Peter's heart at once and  secured him a wet cloud, a halo and  a golden harp. As it is,- Harry is  still this side'bf" 'Jordan and would'  prefer "Fifth Ave/.ue'.' to any boulevard iu the New Jerusalem. He  will take a trip home this fall" and  try to convince his relatives that he  is'not a "spook."  AN ENTERTAINING  LECTURE.' ' '-'  Mrs. Mary E. Hitchcock's illustrated talk,'- "San Francisco to  Dawson, with Barge Life on the  Yukon," was presented'to a good-  sized audience at the A. B. Hall on  Wednesday and more than realized  all expectations. To satisfy an Atlin audience, who are familiar with  northern life and experiences, and  are.consequently more critical than  one, say in Victoria or Vancouver,  is a "crucial test and one that was  borne triumphantly.' Rapt attention followed the lectu'ress from beginning to close and the hearty applause at the conclusion was indicative of high satisfaction With the  intellectual treat provided. Mrs.  Hitchcock's enunciation is singularly distinct and well modulated.  "From grave to gay, from lively to  severe, from ball-room to' the gold-  fields," were all handled with that  confidence which only  comes' with  thc speaker's own assurance of  reserve-power. The "talk" followed closely on the lines of ' Mrs.  Hitchcock's famous book, "Two  Women in the Klondyke." The  lantern views, which were cleverly  handled by Messrs. Stephenson and  Pinder, gave counterfeit presentments of the scenes, and incidents  described, adding much 'to the  clear understanding . of the narrative. A' he'aity vote of thanks was  tendered the lecturess and a social  daiice followed. '.  - We hope Mrs. Hitchcock may be  induced to follow with ' anothei  "talk" soon.. If so, it will certainly be to a full house.  .' .SCOTCH PLUCK.  There now lies at the B. A. 'C.'s  dock "-��� fine example of what dour  Scottish' pluck and perseverance  can attempt aud accomplish.. There  floats, as handsome as a duck, a  screw steamer, lately launched, 35  feet in length by 9 in ~ beam, ' the  entire handiwork ol one man.  ,' Early this summer Joseph Morrison commenced building- heir at  the ccrner of First and Watson, on  a model of his own designing.  Many difficulties stood in his way  but single handed ' he worked on.  Old sleds were bought for the hick-  or}- and other tough woods they  contained,-and, after-being dismantled, now form the ribs, of the  steamer. Little by little the structure grew until the hull was complete. A $600 marine engine was  bought down the coast and duly-  arrived. This, Mr. Morrison put  into position. A 20-horse power  boiler was purchased from the  Blown & Sinclair Mill Co. It was  too ,large, but it was the best to be  had under the circumstances, so  Mr. Morrison set to work, cut it  down, refitted it to the required  shape and placed it in -position, reducing its horse-power from 20 to  12. A propeller and shaft was  next in order. These were made  by hand. Mr. Morrison has been  his own designer, builder, engineer,  painter and caulker. The government inspector has passed his work  with credit, and the little steamer,  which has been christened the  "Blair Athol'" will be .employed  for towing rafts, excursion parties  and the like, the doughty Morrison  being the captain and the crew and  the midshipmite too.  SMALL  DEBTS' COURT.  The following cases came up  during the week:  Lewis vs. Brown���Suit to recover $:5 for medical services. Judgment for plaintiff.  Lewis vs. Gregory���Suit to recover $35 for medical services.  Judgment for plaintiff.  Williams vs. Syd. Aitken, suit  for wages, $56.25. Judgment for  plaintiff.  POLICU COURT.  Wm. Sawdv, drunk and disorder  ly, was lined $2.50 and costs on  Wednesday. , On Thursday, the  same ' man, fame charge, with  creating a disturbance added, was  fined $10 and costs.  ,    ,    MINERAL RECORDS.  Aug. 20.���A. E. Hart���Lucky  Boy, Otter Creek.  20-rJas. L. Hart���First Strike,  Otter Creek..  20.���H. M. Price���Mount Gleaner, Taku Arm, 1 1-2 miles south of  Sheep Creek. .-",.���:���'"  20���John   Irving,   Snow "Shoe.  20���-A. P. Briggs���Snow Slide.   ���  20���P'.     Scharschmidt '--  Tom  t.  Thumb. <  20���D. .Stevens���Gigantic.  The above four claims'are located  on -Taku arm, 1' 1-2 miles south of  Sheep Creek.  20���H. B. Harrimau���Independence, Monro Mountain.  22���Alex. .Smith���Delsy, McKee  Creole, 1 '-2 miles back from A'llin  Lake.  22���Alex. Smith���Silver Cache,  '18 miles south of Atlin on lake  shore.  23���Wm. Duncan���Skylark, 3  1-2 miles NE Discovery.      '   ' -  ���  ' ���     --PERSONAL.  ,    Mrs.'H. Cancellor, of Pine,   was  a passenger out on Tuesday's boat.  Mr. Cancellor" intends joining  her  on the coast in October." '��� "'   ���  Capt. Rodde is now well on the  way to convalescence, and is' able  to be around. It will be some time,  however, befa>re he is lit for duty.  Messrs. McFarlane -and' -Faull,  mining agents and experts, left on  Tuesday for Dawson. They are  satisfied that Atlin is a grand field  for investors and the latter gentleman will return in a lew- -weeks'  time.  Mrs. T. Lawrence, wife of Capt.  Lawrence of the Scotia, arrived  fmm Victoria last week and will  spend the intervening time between  now' and the close of navigation  in Atlin. She is delighted with the  scenery, the people and the climate  and is eojoying her holiday thoroughly.  Plarold P.rown left for the Lower  Yukon on Wednesday.   ���  M. Janne de Lamare leaves  to-day for Dawson, where he has large  raining and other interests. He  will be accompanied by Mr. A. C.  Hirschfeld,' who intends making a  large collection of photos of scenes  along the Yukon. They'will return in about three weeks and after settling Atlin business M. Lamare and Crom will leave for their  homes in Paris, where they will  spend the winter.  For Sale or Rent, Furnished.���A  very comfortable cottage with kitchen attached, suitable for married  couple or a couple of bachelors.  Double bed, spring mattresses, carpets, stove and heater, etc. Apply  "R. S.," this'office.  A  i  h  I  Mi  ' . :��� :-^v&xvtizfi��rsm**c4��wa*-  ^>*T^.^r'i.^tf3gCWAEtt>P.j.o:i^r;<WVh^^ ����. ���* . ,wt  aw:  SATURDAY,  AUG.  24, 1900.  /  The A'ri.in Claim..  Publiidiod    ovnry    Siiliinliiy   '"orniiiK   by  Tub Atlin Claim  PuiiiiTkiiinh Co.  ,011i��o *>( publication:  Huuontl, betwoon Traiiuir unci Ponrl Streot  Advurllaiiip: rntrs tnudu Known on nppliea-  tlon. , ,     ,  ,Tlio subscription prico in $4 a year payable In advance. No paper will bo delivered  unlnis tlioNo conditions are rnmlipod with.  The sitlings of thc Supreme and-  County Courts, which will commence next week with the advent  of Judge Martin, will be a relief  from the congestion of civil cases  from which Atlin has been' so long  suffering, and which   have  such' a  . ..paralysing effect upon the districts  Speedy development.     This cleans-  . ing of the Augean stables, once a  year is .only an intermittent relief,  however. Something must be devised for the speedy settlement of  all mining entanglements which are  bound, iu the nature of things, to  arise again and lock up properties.  ���The mine owners themselves, and  the public also, cannot  afford  that  ' the present delays be perpetuated.  They are repellant to reason and  common. sense. It is not our province to point out the cure, that  that must he .left to the proper  authorities, but we would be remiss  in'our-duty if-we failed to point out  the disease which is sapping our  vitals and to demand that steps be  taken to remedy it. We care not  if this remedial treatment be in the  way of granting increased powers  to the Gold Commissioner or' any  way else. Sufficient to say that the  present- condition   of affairs   is   in-  . tolerable iu a camp of such rich  promise as this is. A yearly cleaning of the slate will not do.  The Minister capped all by asking  if the question were whether the  members proposed to have . an ' exterior or an interior view of themselves taken. That settled it. There  .   - t  was no vole taken.' ' *    '  AAAA/WV��>A/WV/WV*Af<VWVVV^  C CHRISTOPHER,  President.  A. C  HIRSCHFELD,  , Secretary,  RAILROAD   OFFICIALS.  Mr. Graves and''Mr. Hawkins,  General Manager and Superintendent, respectively of the White Pass  and Yukon Railroad, left on Tuesday. In company with Mr Hislop  they have spent several days at  Wright Creek, inspecting the Pen-  dugwig Hydraulic Syndicate's prop-'  erty, in which they are deeply interested. Mr. Graves, on being interviewed, expressed himself as being well pleased with the prospects  there aud said that he was sure  Atlin would have a great future  as a quart/, mining centre. On their  way out they paid a visit to the  Engineer   group  on    Taku   Arm.  Mr. Hislop remained behind in  order to .inspect some quartz properties in the near vicinity of Atlin  with a view to purchase. '  At lira Abstract Comfsciny*  LIMITED*  .   ....   HEAD OFFICE.'  Atlin,  B. G.  'Searches Made and Abstracts of Title to Mineral, Hydraulic  *r and Placer Claims Furnished.    Correspondence solicited.  \.���vv^*Arv^l^^l'vvv^/v^AAAA<v^  The late Lord Russell ol Kill-  oweti, who was present'at an ,Ind"e-  .pendence day banquet, had, in his  excellent repertory, a story suited  to the occasion, says the London  Chronicle. During one of his visits to' the United States he was  walking v.'ith Mr. Evarts by the  Potomac. "Broad as the river is,"  'said the American lawyer to the  British jurist, "Washington threw  a dollar over it." The surprise ex--  pressed.by. Lord Russell gave his  companion . the perhaps desired opportunity for the jest that money  carried further in America than iu  England. Lord Russell, rising to  the occasion, at once capped the  feat on Washington's behalf. "After all," he said, "it was not so remarkable a feat for a man who  chucked a sovereign across the Atlantic."  CLIFFORD , AND - JOSEPH.  When C. W. D. Clifford, of Casr  siar, first took his seat in. the Legis-.  lature of Brit'sh Columbia, says the  Province of the nth, the then Attorney-General, -Mr. Joseph Martin,  made the mistake of regarding him  as a good-natured- but to-be:easily-  rattled veteran of- the northern"  mines aud fishing camps.'Lwho  would be crushed instanter'^when  the guns of" the one and only  Fighting Joseph, w.-re turned in his  direction.   . .  Perhaps Mr. Martin is "not a  physiognomist or ~he.-. wq'uldl have  formed a'-different conclusion���for  although a great part of Mr. Clifford's useful life has been spent far  from so-called civilization, 'he is  not the man to be crushed, and Mr.  Martin was i.ot long in finding it  out. Of -course the then head and'  front of the government took the  first opportunity   of    getting -the  THE 'GRAND". tlOTf li  ' 1 "��� ,    ��� 1 ,  FINEST' EQUIPPED HOTEL IN' THE NORTH.    E\;ER'YT 111NG  *.    .   CONDUCTED IN   FIRST:CLASS: MANNER.   ",  French Restaurant in Connection  Rick & Hastik, Proprietors;,   David IlASTric,  Manager.-  Corner of First and Discovery Streets.  Canadian Bank...  ...of '-Commerce  Corner Second and Pearl Streets.  .  Gold Assayed,  Purchased or Taken on  Consignment.  ' Exchange.sold on all the princi  pal points in Europe, the' .United  States and Canada,  ASSAY OFFICE  IN'CONNECTION  ���"   ; ��� '--FOR GOI���DrDUST ONLY.  1    -v ���' >    ' yyL*  -"   .  T. R, BILLETT, Manager.  THE WISE MEN. ���  On the principle that a little folly  now aud then is relished by the  wisest men, the wise men of the  Provincial Assembly indulged in a  little boyish banter recently, says  the Vancouver World. It was over  tlie request of a photographer that  the members grant him a sitting at  their convenience.- It was the hour  for adjournment and the members  felt like they had erstwhile felt,  when as schoolboys indeed, they  had of a Friday afternoon  watched the hour hand slowly turn  to the closing hour. Some member raised the point as to whethei  m.,,���,.  ^o-.tfd -sit  -"��� -'���-'���" b-'-:;lding or  vy��*A> LyAOi>w��%-v*' \.\j  .^re.  Cassiar man'.s measure, which he  did. by interjecting caustic observations as Mr. Clifford was making  his maiden speech in the House.  The new member stood it patiently  for a while. Then he stopped in  his speech, and very calmly addressed himself to the task of de-  molishitig his tormentor.   .-,.'���  "It is quite true that the present  is the first opportunity I have had,"  he said in effect, "of speaking for  my constituents in the Parliament  of British Columbia^ and it is but  natural under the circumstances  that I may be forced to crave the  indulgence of the House if, all un-  intentionallv, I transgress any of  thc rules of debate with which I  have yet to become familiar. In  granting me this indulgence, I  must ask the House to remember  that a great part of my life has  been spent in what may be called  the northern wilderness, where the  ca:.oe takes the place of the; street  car and carriage, and where the  sight of a white face is for months  at a time denied. Living under such  circumstances and with such surroundings, it is not uunatural that  one should imbibe certain of the  c--.sde and curiously distorted ideas  ���i" civii-zaticn   tjit  prevail  among  the aborigines. One of their beliefs, for example, and it is put iii  practice, is that courteous hearing  should be given to one essaying a  duty that is new to him���r'patie:;ce  with such a-one,-aud a lenient regard for his shortcomings are invariably accorded  by .these .untutored  people of the'land. I see?" that the  principle that they have nourished  is not universal���or at all events  that it is not the practice iii .Manitoba."  That Mr. Martin felt keetity ' the  dignified and yet vigorous rebuke of the genial but strong old  gentleman from the north was evident, and it is told that at the close  of the session he took the opportunity in the lobby to congratulate the  new menber .upon his skill and coolness iu debate, and especially in  responding to the attack he himself had interjected.  MONRO MOUNTAIN. -  Mrs. Mary E. Hitchcock has let  a contract for tunnelling on her  two quartz claims, the Ida A. and  Kitchener.. ��� Five meu have started  to work, and the prospect of tapping the ledge quite ;rich at a  depth is excellent, as the surface  showing is very fine.      ^  MOUNTAIN GOAT.  J. R. Clay shot and killed a fine  mountain goat on Monro Mountain  on Sunday last. It had been seen  by several parties lately, which induced Mr. Clay to take his rifle  along. His goatship was a tough  old customer, as it cost Mr. Clay  eight cartridges to bag the game.  w.  m Gm PAXTON,  NOTARY  PUBLIC.  OFFICE: Corner of Third und Pearl Streot  Atlin, B. C, opposite Government Build-  i"K��- ���    '*  All Kinds of mining- papers made out.   Several, years' practical experience,.   OFFICII OK H. M's CUSTOMS.  Application to Prospect for Coal.  Notice is, horoby -riven that 30 days nftor  date I intend to appIyHo tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission  to prospect for coal on the following: described tract of land, situate in the Hnzleton  sub-division of the district of Cassiar: Coni-  nipuciiij; at ti stuhe.uiarked "Al. MeP., N. 15.  cornel- post," tlience boutli SO chains; tlience  west 8;ieliain��; thence north 8jchains; tlience  1'iiat bll chain!.''to "point of commencement.,  ai'd containing- 040 acres'more or less.  -    -il. AJePHATTER  Manager Jubilee Alining & Development Co.  Dated Atlin, B. C��� 2ist July, 1900. ,  APPLICATION FOR LAND.  . NOTICE is hereby s*iven that 30���dn>:s after  date I intend to apply to the "Commissioner  ,of .Lauds and Works for permission to lease  5 (iive) acres of land for garden purposes,  situate ' on the north side of Pine Creek,  about two and a half miles from its mouth,  commencing at stake marked No. 1. running:  easterly 202 yards to stake No. 2, near to Pine  Creek; thence northerly 120 yards to stake  No. 3; thence westerly 202 yards to stake No.  4; tlience southerly 120 yards to place of commencement. . H. A, BAXTER.  --'Atlin, B.C." Air?. 11.19X". ��T' '"  ���  KJ  IRKLAND HOTEL,  FIRST STREET,   ATLIN. -  .."��� J. KIRKLAND, -Manager.  First-class dining room  And Elegant Sleeping Rooms.  G, E. Hayes.  J. G. Cornell.  Discovery.   -.. ���>..  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT."  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION.  Headquarter-, for Bulmer A-Parrott'a staje.  PINE TREEHOTEL,  DISCOVERY, B. C.  When you come to Discovery take  shelter under the tree.  Finest ol   liquors.    Good  stabling.  LIVINGSTON THOMPSON, C. E���  Provincial Land Surveyor,  ,    NOTARY PUBLIC.  OFFICE:   THIRD   ST.,      -      - ATLIN,  Opposite New Government Buildings.  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  'LINK & PRATT, Props.  Now occupy their new quarters next  to the Bank of B. N. A., First Street.  The bath rooms are equally as fioodias found  in cities.   Private   Entrance for ladies.  \  . t';i  f  ���I  i'.i  ���Xi  im  ] .''.I  ATLIN,    li.   C, SATURDAY,    AUO. 24.  *#  OF  ������. '.'i.'i ���'���-.  a . ���. ���  .j.'Bi'H -'  ���  \*  \A^AAiA*v^W*^A*<^/vVV**^^  Ad SH  BY THE  LARGE HUANTi  \t ALREADY. SOLD.  "\.j: '.,.'���'��� '.WE- HA ��E--AN IMMENSE'STOCK   '���  WHICH-HAS.GOT TO BE REDUCED STILL FURTHER  9j miMn  THE SNAPS  .. BELOW COST IN MOST LINES.   .  '���'S^  ' s ATLIN,    li.   C, SATURDAY,    AUG'.  24.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Church of England services will lie hold  ��� t corner Truinor and Third streets on Sunday nt. 11 a. in. aud 7:!K) p. in.  St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church hold  ��� ���������vices in tlio A. H. Hall, Second Street.  Morning service at 10:30; evening service 1:W.  Sunday School at tin' close of tho morning  service.   Rev. G. Pringle, Minister.  ��-���  Ono of the best articles for good health is  n wholesome loaf of bread at. 12 cents, und ii  tlrtit-class meal for 50 cents at the   Pioneer  ��� Hakcrv.  Brown & Sinclair and Baker &  Tenuant;.s mills are building large  numbers of scows for the Dawson  trade. Two' left the former establishment on Wednesday.  The souvenir programmes to commemorate the opening of the new  government building's had a ready  . -sale and will be treasured by many  as a memento of the occasion. The  handsome photos which adorned  the title pages were the work of  Muirhead Bros., and are up to  their usual high-class standard.  The principal streets of Atlin are  now getting quite a high-toned appearance, thanks to the amount of  work that is being expended on  them under the able'supervision of  Archie Cameron. Whilst not possessing the  faith   necessary   to   re--  ��� move mountains, he has enough,  aided by a little muscle, to do away  with all the humps, hollows ' and  boulders with which our fair town  is so liberally blessed, or otherwise.  The smart,look he has imparted to  the burg is'calculated to give visitors a very, favorable impression and  speaks well for his abilities as road-  master.  W. _G. Paxton has been appointed Deputy, Sheriff for Vancouver  County.  , A trail has been cut along the  telegraph Hue north of the town for  about three miles, giving easy access to the promising quartz mines  in that locality. Archie ' Cameron  will put some men to work soon on  one or two sidings which need  grading, when wagons can make  the trip comfortably.  Brown & Sinclair are havi:.g  lumber hauled from Surprise Lake  for the building of scows.  Fishing has been very good of  late, a haul of over 90 grayling being had by 'three rods on Monday  evening at thc head of the Atlinto  river. Quite a lot of fish run over  two pounds each.  Tom Vaughan, of McKee, left on  Tuesday for Skagway for rest and  medical attendance, having suffered  from a sprained back for some  time. Heavy boulders and 60 summers were too great a combination  even for T^m, than whom,no better man ever handled a shovel. We  hope to hear of his complete recovers soon.  gle, manned by the owners, started  for Taku, en route 10 Whi'e  Horse. On getting out from the  shore the wind rose and despite all  efforts with the'sweeps, the scows,  which' were lashed in a-bunch,  bioughl up on the west sicU' of the  lake near Coat Island.  1 <  Mr. Robertson,' Provincial Mineralogist, arrived on the Scotia yesterday.  J. H. Russell returned from an  eastern tour yesterday.  Constable Heal arrived from Bennett yesterday, bringing with him  the prisoner CuIIinJ who is to", be"  tried at next week's assizes.  arcware m  su  THOS. DUNN. ft GO.  SUCCESSOSR   TO  DUALKRS ��� IN  Winers' Supplies,  TO THE PUBLIC.  I beg to inform the public of Atlin that I, shall shortly remodel  and enlarge my premises for the  comii g winter, as I am here, to  stay, .for sure. For a substantial  meal, combined with cleanliness,  good service and ta?te, patronize  the Atlin Reslauranl," Pearl street.'  Open from 5 a. m. till 8 p. in.  Supper, card and da: ce parties catered for.     "Bill" For.f, .,rounder.  TINSHOP  IN   CONNECTION.  Stores, TiBiw&ir��, Et&  FIRST STREET, ATLIN  P. BURNS &C��  Wholesale   -' and  " Cornhr   First  ���5  ��    Retail   -   Butchers,  and   Pearl   Streets.'   ' ,  ��  OLIVE  BUILDER  . AND  CONTRACTOR  V  ESTIMATES  GLVEN  ON' ALL  KINDS OF WORK.  PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS  A   SPECIALTY.  BRICKS FOR SALE.  OFFICE:    Third Street, Atlin.  NEXT TO CIlURCli 'OP   ENGLAND   .  ���   PEOPLE'S' MEAT   ���*���'������������������ '  AT   NICKERSO.-.'S.  All fresh gcods sold at c it prices.  Last year's go^ds given away.   Call  earlv and tret vour share. ���  A  FAKE.  Dr. G. Lewis, who has made all  preparations ,for going to Circle  City and ^Tanana, received the following telegram from his uncle yes-'  terday:  Dawson, Aug. 23.  ."Tauana complete fake.' If must  leave Atlin, go out. I positively  aud emphatically disadvise coming  north.     Take my advice.  Lewis Lewis.  - Any of our readers who are  struck with the fairy tales from that  hyperborean region will better  pause for further information before  making a move thitherwards.  C. DOKLKER,  PROP.  .    .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .    , i  We have fitted up an ice storage lor fish and handle all - ';  the produce of the lake. ' ;  Our wagon leaves every day  for Pine and theother creeks j  with fresh fish.    Look out for it. :  SPECIAL   PRICES TO   COMPANIES.'-* ���   ' '- j  TULES EGGERT&SOX,,  Swiss  Watchmakers,  And  manufacturing: jewellers.  All kinds of nugget work executed with  -  neatness and despatch.  First st.  next  to" Vancouver Gei rm 1 Stoi-i  NOTICE.  SECOND HAND STORE.  DISCOVERY AND SECOND STREETS.  -GO   TO  Jirr.rr.y Regan for all kinds of New  and Second Hand Goods.  Highest cash price paid for outfits and jol>  lots. -  Go to Cummings & Richardson's  for gents' furnishings, boots and  shoes, First street.  A. E Jenns, barrister-at-law, has  opened an office, corner of Trainor  and Second streets.       ,  In our account of the opening  concert at the new government  building we should have referred  to Mr. A. Von Heck, not Von  Welt, amongst the vocalists who  assisted.  On Thursday evening half a  dozen new scows, the property of  Messrs. Stanton, Simmons and An-'  CONDENSED NEWS. .  The allies captured Peking on the  15th inst., after an obstinate resistance... Legations rescued.   .  Roumania and Bulgaria are at the  fighting point. -  British garrison at Eland's River  relieved by Kitchener.  General De Wet slipped through  the British noose again.  Czar visits Paris Sept. 15th. Had  better look out.  Kansas City firemen carried off  first honors from 5000 firemen of  all nations at I aris.  Young King of Italy at loggerheads with his ministers.  Prince of Wales iu Hamburg.  AT FOi.EY\S.  Five hur.dred packages this season's canned ,and preserved fruits  and vegetables. Guaranteed this  summer's crop.  Fresh butter, lard, hams, bacon,  cream and milk, as well as a large  assortment of new'.and choice groceries and provisions. These are  the goods for miners and families  to select their winter supplies from',  being all fresh and new. i  The balance of our stock on hand  we are selling at cost ai.d charges.  Give us a call and get our prices  before purchasing elsewhere.. We  cannot be undersold.  NOTICE is hereby given that the' datn of  holding a Court of Assize,' iiisi prius, oyer  and terminer aud general goal delivery, at'  Atlin, has been postponed from the 28th day  of August, 1900 to the 30th idem. ���  Bv command,  .  J. D. PRENTICE,  Provincial Secretary.  Provincial Secretary-- office.  9th Aug., 1900.  DEPARTMENT   OF   MINES.  Examination for Assayers for License  to Practice in  British Columbia.  In accordance with section Ai of the Bureau of Mines' Act, a special examination  for efficiency in the practice of u.-s.iyiii'r will  be held in Atlin during the first part of September, 1900, should any < andidntess apply  for same. Application for such examination may be made to \V.' F. fiobrrtioii, Provincial Mineralogist,atthe Government office,  Atliu. The exact date of the examination  will be fixed by Mr. Robertson to suit the  convenience'of candidates, and due notice  of same will.bo posted iu the office of tin-  Gold Commissioner.  Details of examination may be had at the  office of tlie Gold Comniis-ioiier.  Atlin, B.C., Aug, 24, lflju.  NOTICE.  Salk ok Chown Land hy Tekdkh.  SEALED TENDERS will be received by  the undersigned, up to noon of Thursday, 20th September, for the purchase of lot  11(i, Cassiar District, containing lul nciv��,  situated at the junction of Pine Creek with  Atlin Lake. The sale will bo subject to payment by the purchaser of the appraisi d value  of the improvements which have been made  on the,lot and no tender 6f a less price than  ��5.00 per acre will be entertained. ���<>..  ,;;     W.. S. GORE,  .'��� Deputy Commissioner of Lands'<& Works;.  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria, B.C., 10th August,: 19 1'..  '���.  '���ii mi   i i       ii  Certificates  of   improvement.  MINERAL   CLAIMS  'Lucky   Liverpool,"    'Nanaimo,"    '"Paris  j Exhibition,"    '"Unknown,"  ."Transit Fraction," Sultana Fraction," ''Imperial," "Nini-  i rod"   mineral   claims, .situate in the Atliu  Lake Mining Division of Cas->:ar District.  Where located: On VoYiro Mountain,about  4 miles north-east of Atlin.  Take notice that I, J. H. Brownlee, agent  for Thomas H. Jones, Free Miners' certificate No. 5u791A; Wm. Moore, Free Miners'  certificate No. 90167; James Stokes, Free  Miners' eerificate No. 91)1(19; W.E. Hamilton,  Pree Miners'certificate No. 23!i8 special, and  R. .D. I'V.herstouhaugh, Free Miners' certificate No.'JB2S28(i, intend, 60 day�� from the date  hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for a  certificate of improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining a crown srrat-.t.-of the above  claims.  Aud further take notice that action under  section ?.7 must  be commenced  before the  issuance of audi certificate of improvements.  J. H. ISROWNLEE.  Dat'-d this 11-th day of August, 1900.  When in Atliu stop  .  .  at the . .  OLYMPIC HOTEL  First Street.  Headquarters  for   Lump's St.  Louis Lager Beur.  First class Restaurant in connection  A.  BURKE,   Manager.  'REGINA.-V. CULLEN.  This  will  be  the  onlv criminal  case tried by Judge Martin at the  forthcoming Court of Assize. The  charge is, having carnal knowledge  of a girl under 14-years of age.  The maximum penalty is imprisonment for life and whipping.  iThe Supreme and County Courts  to follow will dispose of quite a  number of civil cases.  >9  Run the oujy stage to  DiSCOVERY ancf SURPRISE LAKE  .'  . 1 '   '  ���.  v -  A ��� four-horse'- Saratoga will  -  convey .passengers to Dis  cover}', and from there con-  heclipii1-' is made with Sur-  ,    prise Lake.  They Have a Number of Buggies  of the Latest Pattern for Hire.  Saddle Horses and: Freighting are a  Specialty with them.  Leave   orders   at   the    B.    A,   C.  Store, corner ist and Kant.  til  4  if  '���i  XI  \i  i  WttW��lf��UyiR��7iJllfflCn3*3^  "fa!ff!t*BXn!a."i*

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