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 a  VOL.   5-  ATLIN, B. C./SATURDAY. AUGUST,  24.   7901.  NO.   no.  ISCOUNT  ��p3F"        Wc arc going to reduce our large slock .���(' '  SHOES- - Ladies1 & Men's iir'alJ Oracles.  's Clolliing, Underware -asid Hate   ���  ��� 1        i  Our Stock ol' DRY.  GOODS   is also too large for tho   needs of Atlin.  Wc need llic Cash; you need Ihe goods, and il" not we want lo  make, an inducement for you to buy agaim.l the time when you  will  need them. '   ,  FOR THE  NEXT' 30  DAYS  Wj; Will Civic^Z5- gter   cent   discount   on' A i.i. Goons  PunciiASicn From Tiik Ahovk Linus.  Our   prices   are   already reasonable,  take 25 per cent off and ihe  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��, 000,000.'  Branches of the Bank at Seattle, '' -  .   ., San Francisco,  -    ,     Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Gold "Dust Pukciiasku���Assay Okimck in Coxnkction'.  J. vS.  MUNRO. Manager.  mom  n General iHeittoise,  ATLIN    and    DISCOVERY  $$  THE K00TENAY RESTAURANT  STRICRV   lUSOPtAN   PLAN.  E.   L.    BOOTH,    Proprietor  ()|��!ii Day anil Ni;rlit.  mm Bakery and Re:  SFKCIAI.TIICS   IX  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Brastti, atsr.  Chas.  .Myijk, Proprietor.  (Joo'l  Rooms to Rent -Hy tli<�� Diiy. \\"pi��U en- Mniitli ut reasonable vati'ft.  S. S. ISLANDER  Latest Details of the' Terrible  Disaster.  Latest Advices From the Scene of  the Wreck���Full List' of the  Drowned.  The wreck of the Islander will  continue to be the talk of the northern country for many days to  come, as piece by piece we obtain  fragmentary news concerning the  awful disaster. Since thc foundering of the Clara Nevada, of which  practically nothing was ever known,  the wreck of the Islander comes as  an awful shock to the world.  According  the   earlier   des-  ���m%  SKAGWAY,   Alaska.  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  A I.M>   IM-.AI.I-.IM   IS  tttfaw* Hay   and   Oats voxm*'*  We Fake a Specialty of Perishable Goods and respectfully solicit  Your Wail Orders--Satisfaction Guaranteed.  The = Bank = of = British = North = America  hMaliliUioil in l,X"(l.    liic,)i'|M)i'iili'il hy Kuyiil Charter.  Paid IJi> Cai-itai. S4.S66.666  Kksickvk Fund ���-    $1,703,333  Head Office in Canada:  Montreal.   II. Stikkma.v  General   Manager.  Branches hi all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San'Francisco, Seattle, Tacoina, Portland, .Spokane, Boston, Chicago, lite.  y ��� )MSSMV'OFFICE      y  Cold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.  OuarU Assaving at Rpa'sonahle Rates.-'  patches, much blame was attached  to tlie officers of the ship but later  advices entirely exonerate the Captain, officers and crew, who-aie  said to have done everything that  could be done.       .  ���  , Capt. Irving, who was master-of  the Islander since "she was hi i t in  1S88 until 1S9S, sees many reasons  to exonerate- Capt. Foote from the  blame which has been laid to him  for the manner in w h'ch le  handled the boat after 'sinking thc  iceberg and while she \un sink ing.  After stating his reason:-; to the  Daily Alaskan on Wednesday  last, he sums up in the following  words: "No one understanding  these conditions, can blame Capt.  Foole for the management of the  boat. It was an accident in many  respects like that of the sinking of  the Rio de Janeiro iu San Francisco  har'cor."  The last advice from the official  inquest at Juneau, gives the total  number of the drowned al 39. Up  to Thursday night 19 bodies had  been "recovered. One ol the U; S.  cutters will patrol the shores of the  coast up and down for several days  iu search for bodies. Wreckage  has already been found . fifty miles  from the scene of the, wreck.  The following is the report of the  Coroner's Jury which was held at  Juneau on the recovery ol the body  of Dr. J. C. Duncan :  First: It is an outrage on the  travelling public for any company  to send out its steamers without  providi-.ig ample means of escape.  Uy the testimony given, il is evident  thai there were not enough lifeboats  and rafts to save the number of  people she did carry at thc time of  the accident.  Second: It is a right that i.e'o.igs  to passengers who commit lheir.-j  selves to the care of Ihe vessel that  that they be warned at any and all  times of real or probable danger.  The evidence is that no alarm was  giyen.  Third: The refusal of the Captain to allow the pilot lo run her  ashore, when'   it  could   be done in  six minutes' nnd he told-him lie  was rallied and that they could rim  down wheie .they could mn the  boat on a fn'vorable beach. The  Captain ��� Ihe-.: took charge and the  pilot left ihs bridge. ^  Under the' conditions as brought  forward , in   the   evidence   the Jury  brought down the following verdict:  ,        i  fit the matter of the inquest upos:  the body of C. J. Duncan, dec-eased.  We, the Jury empaneled and sweru  iu thc above -matter, find that the '  name of Ihe deceased is Dr. C. J.'  Duncan; that he came to his death  on the 15II1 of August, 7901, by-  the wreck ol the my. mship Islander, and by the evidence producd  we find'tliat we can blame no one  for the accident.  The foiienvmg is a corrected list  of names of tlie dearPpassengeis :  The Wife, baby and niece of  Governor Ross of the Yukon, 'Dr.  Dui'can, Mr. lldl, Miss K. Panics',  U.'S. Herbert, Mr. I'o'.igl is", V,. \\X  'Jorg,'; J. < Dahl, F. Com ford, Mrs.  Nickerson, Mr Keating, A. Keating, J. Keating. T. Rogers, J. G.  Dean, W. Meadows, N. Casper, J.  R. .Wilkes, \V. *T. Tiioir.as, M  Cas'.iebi-ry, P, L Spinks, F R'nkale,  Mrs Phillips ahd child, JC Mills,  The sympathy of the community  i-i extended lo Captain Nickerson  0:1 the sudden and awful bereavement which has befallen him, in  the death of his wie, who was a  passenger.on the ill-fa'-e;l islander.  We regret to learn lha't Mrs. Nick-  son's body is still among the missing-. Captai:: Nickerson left wilh  the 'Premier's party last Sarturday  evening, and was a gvesl of Mr.  Dunsmuir as far as Tuueiui, leavinsr  Skagway by the Joan on Sunday  morning last. He returned to Atlin by this morning's boat.  We have no' word from J. W.  McFariane !>v this mail.  BRITISH JUSTICE.  Murderer O'Brien suffered the  full penalty of the law at Dawson,  yeslerdav morning at 8 o'clock.  The Mineral lixhibit.  The Mineral Exhibit for thc Victoria Inhibition will be on view at  the Claim Office until the roth  pi ox. All parties wishing to add  to the collection are requested to  forward samples to this office and  il has been arranged that all  samples will be forwarded from Discovery and Surprise free of charge.  All sample; must lie accompanied  by name of claiai, location and  name of owner.  A. C. P. lKSCiii-Ki.u,  Sccy.-Treas.  The  article  on "Hydraulics" is  held over for want of space.  The   Placer   Act  for sale at'the  Claim Office.  ii  :  ' v  ~-"V;rr~-?rr:r-��� *@^^gs  Til  a-  ATLIN,  B.C., SATURDAY, AUGUST,. 24,   1901  11  ��� '  -. I-  ��  ?!  1  i-  *  1  w  If-  Hi  ffll'  m  1  )  ill  If!  K 1  1 '.  .3 ?*fc  Afn.n  r\  I'libllslicil    fVfry    Sat lu-iluy   morning   l��v  '       Tin? ATI,in Claim   I'i;iilirhinh Co.  A. (5. HiHrtcni'i'.Lii, Kmroii.  I). Todii l.i:i��, Snl>-l-Mitor.  OHIui! of inilillciiliiiii I'i'iirl S-., Atlin, H. C.  Ailvei'tiMiitf 'lintcx : ��1.011 per inrli, oueli  insert kin. Kcnctiiiir notices. Si units a line.  Special,Contract   Kutcs on applinatiiMi.  Tlio subscription prim Is #�� n yci-.r pny-  alilo in mlviuiut'. Nn piper will im deliverecl  iinWjs* this condition is complied witli.  Saturday; August 24th,   190:.  ���A  The Premier and   Party Get  a' Good Reception  An Address of Welcome Presented  ���Willow Creek Co. Makes a  Generous Host.  Saturday last was a gala day for  Atlin, when Ihe whole town,  wreathed- in holiday smiles, assembled at thc Scotia's dock to meet  aud greet the Hon. Jas. Dunsmuir,  Mrs. Dunsmuir and the bevy of  young people who accompanied  Ihein   on   their   lonjr expected .visit  It is to be regretted thai the Premier's visit was of such short duration, that it gave him but little lime  or opportunity to personally verily  the many matters of importance  brought to his notice by the statement of facts which were submitted ! tG the camp.  to him through the Board or Trade. | 'phc Boaid 0r 'p,-ade had planned  However, as these several matters . uiat an Address to the' Premier  were clearly and succinctly put be- should ' be delivered by President  fore him in black and white, he bs-praser amid the inspiring plaudits  iood for reflection, which, we trust, | 0f the multidude upon thc dock,  will, after caiefnl study, bring forth'buti fearing thai their choicest  fruit iu due season. We have been flowers of rhetoric might' be blown  fairly fortunate this year in placing'away by the violent' gale that' had  .our many grievances and necessities inopportunely sprung- up, Ihey ad-  before the Government, and some- journed the ceremony to the shelter  thing must be "rotten iu the Slate'0f Burton's Hall. Meantime the  of Denmark "if we do not, when ' ladies unofficially inspected the  the lime arrives, receive recognition'Government building aud look the  of our petitions. ;Bai,k 0f jj. N. A. by . storm,   hold-  In the matter of Freight Rales, it i���g up Manager Gillard and his as-  is lo be hoped that,' as the Province sislants till the safe was emptied ol  granted the charter for the railway, ' its nugget hoard. Their curiosity  it retained to itself poweis to see to satisfied, however, the fair invaders  it ��� that a long-suffering public retreated, carrying away with them  should not receive a .curse instead only the priceless, even ��� if un-  of a blessing:    As the Government marketable, gold  cf their  victims'  3. A. ?ra$tr $ go.  ' .SUCCESSORS    to  ,  P. P. CO. First Street, Atlin.  For Staple & Fancy Groceries  RROVISIOIN3,  Tobaccos and Gonfectmnery,  9 Mention to orders��^ Give us a call,,  Tl  GRAND  HOTEL  FINEST EQUIPP1CD HOTEL IN THK NORTH.    1CVERYTHING  CONDUCTED  IN   FIRST-CLASS   MANNER.  French Restaurant in   Gon cation ,  Rick & IIastii.;,   PuoruiKTOus,    David  Hastuc,   Manaohk.  Corner of first and ' Discoverv Streets.  H.   f o I c  Importer  of General "Merchandise'  Miners1    -Supplies  OUTFITTING A. SPECIALTY  FIRST   "STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C  no doubt looks to Atlin lor a continuance of the large revenues with  which it has filled the Provincial  coffers, no stone will have to be left  unturned to right the wrong now  done us, but failing a radical reduction in the rales, the immense  outlying districts will still remain  ���'unexplored land," to the great  loss and detriment of the Province  and to the railroad itsell. It won't  do to kill the goose that laid the  golden eggs.  The immediate appointment of  an Assistant County Court Judge is  another matter that demands attention. No sooner Lad ihe Court  risen this season than- suits were  entered, whicli may tie up much  properly for another year unless  such an appointment be speedily  made. The imperative demands  of other mining communities and  thc accession lo these demands  have proved the urgent necessity  for a Resident County Court Judge.  Situated as we are, over 1000 miles  from judicial headquarters, is our  need not the greater !  hearts.  With    these   gallant    horsemen,  Captain John Irving and   E. Janue  de Lamare for ouliiders,   aiid   with  Mrs.   Hitchcock,   Miss   Merrmgton  aud Mr. Hirschfeld as  their guests,  the whole party  then   took   stages  for   Discovery.    There   they    were  met by a group of the oldest inhabitants,    including   ]Mr.   Munro  and  Mr. Skinner, headed by that prince  of entertainers, Mr. G. A. Brackett,  whose genial   hospitality   was more  than equal to this us to all demands  upon it.    A  light repast  preceded  tlie   day's   event���a  clean-up,   arranged to initiate the   visitors   into  the joys of mining life.    The scene  was   a   most   attractive one as the  happy,   bright   faced    girls,   their  sleeves   upturned,   with  s-houts of  joy,   fished in   the sluice-boxes for  the shining   metal,   almost   falling  overboaul   in   their   eagerness    to  grasp   some    particularly     elusive  specimen, while   the   good-natured  miners, entering into  the  spirit of  the occasion, toyed with the nozzle  and trifled with the riffles as if play-  The advisability of a winter mail 1 ing   picturesquely   to   the   gallery  trail, via Tagish,  speaks  lor itself, j were a miner's aim in life.    Young-  in that there should be no break in lest of the number in her enthusiasm  the   service,  pending  the  opening j was   Mrs.    Dunsmuir,   as she took  and closing of navigation.  The granting of a diamond drill  under   conditicnv similar  to those  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  ���Pool mtd- iilarcls -free, ��� ���  Dixon & ' Burtori,   Pro|>$w  AtSin Lumber .& Mining Co��  A. T. Baker  Manager.  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner Pearl 'and First' Streets, Atlin, B. C.  This   New   and   Commodious   Plotel was opened to thc  Public,   April  16th,  Hjoil���Everything in it is New. ���-Strictly iMrst Class.  CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  prevailing in Ontario, would be of  inestimable benefit to,, prospectors  and a source of revenue to the  Government.  We commend the Board of Trade  for its masterly efforts in thus setting forth the condition of affairs as  they iiow exist, and the blame will  not be on it, if its demands do not  bring forth fruit in due season. It  is barely possible that our requests  Villi I?? pi^eon-lioled this time,  her first lessoi. iu pnnning-out.  Then -followed .1 clean-up of the  substantial lunch, presided over by  Mr. Brackett and his son, after  which, each lady bearing away a  golden souvenir of their host, the  party returned to A.tlin. The lake  beit.g too rough for" the Scotia to  start immediately, Mrs. Hitchcock  arranged au impromptu lea which  was prepared by Mr. Hastie with  all the speed his name implies. It  was much regretted that time did  not permit a general  invitation   t-0  Hydraulic-  Mining  *8>  Mining,  Pumping & Sluicing Machinery,  Centrifugal Sand, Gravel 8c  Dredging Pumps.  ���HYDRAULIC. DERRICKS ��� From 3 to 10 tons lifting capacity,  HAND   POWER    DERRICKS   of  r  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 Frkmont Strhkt,  SAN    FRANCISCO,   GAL.  Write for priceg, circulars and catalogues, or call on  A, C, Hivsi-hidd-f Agent, Atlin, B, C,  ****ri>k-*,  Pftoio  k  \laskal  Yuk'i  n  Skagwad  Photos tal  and al  the [  Over    i  Selcl  FILMS  Developcj  A* Qm  n  ATI.IN   Cli  ��� at[  Pacific  Pion'l  Safe, Fast, PA  and;!  Courteous}!  I  Seattle & \\  THE- ELEtf  1      Le!  11  ALKI, for S|l  CITY OF 'III  QUEEN,  foM  COTTAGE m  for Sound |;|il  Sailing   daj*  thereafter.      |  ject to chaiigti  ���II  E.   S.  Tliii'il Street. I  W. Wam.ack Glj|{  w, \vall43  I  MINING liKOlJ  T  Third #1  hernial  Troy La��M  I.uke St., 4'|  .___ -f  Wm    (f  Oi'lMOK: -I,',  All Kinui  - -Suvi'rul   ,vf-  y,ii  THE   M  f  Has tl#|  tl|e.Uc-.l>Oim#I  ������    I  a  II  m  '!/**?*��5*WTrt?,*l   1  'Mb  r-n^-^jjT^BI^^^W^Rn-TTTT  ^^f^^ttiii^rmimmm .--J u—-J-.H,....-.--
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[Aug. "24th.
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V fifth day
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Miotice.
iLLY, Agent,
,Uujj\vuy, AlasUn.
N,   P.L.S.
'R.
'incut Building .
"ME  &  Co.,
JSSION AGLNfS.
lill P. C.
i\ Vapour
JBath House
j I Wilt.id 11 Ave.
It iki'in. Prn|).
'MAC.
i|i|i.  l'u.-l  Oilier.
)ing Pasters
\itt.
Hill   ItKIIUl'itJIIL'U. — -
X HOTEL,
■B.C.        .
nipped Par.
uent.   Mull in Con-
;;Pon,\|,ii, Prop,
Look   up   your   list   for   the   following/   lines     in   General   Hardwares
Shelf and Heavy Hardware, etc.
^> PICKS,
SHOVELS,
PAR  IRON
NAILS,
CAST STEEL.
! PICK STEEL,
I WHEEL-HARROWS,
] COOKING UTENSILS,
'   ! STOVES AND RANGES,
I TARRED  FELT ROOFING,
I PLAIN' ROOFING  PAPER, i ROPE.
Call and s.*e our Par Glassware.
■    ■ SO Li.:   AGENTS   FOR     •
GIANT   POWDER    CO.   Con.,   of  Victoria,  B.   C.
■    40 and 60 nor cent. Dynamite in 25 and 50 pound Cases.
1 AXES,
MATTOCKS,
i HANDLES,
iGLAvS1-:, Etc., Etc.
this lo be sent forth, that all might
have enjoyed the pleasure of meeting Mr. and Mrs. Dunsmuir. Tlie
deep interest manifested hy the Premier in the, welfare of Ihe district
made an excellent impression ouuail
who conversed with him. Next
year he and Mrs. Duiisiuuir expect
to spend sonic lime here. Tlie
young ladies also warmly reciprocated the hope that next year their
stay will lie long enough to enjoj
the banquets, bulls and picnics with
which the lxiys of Atliu were prepared to welcome them.
TVTOTIGU ia   hereby yiven  thut   the   Atliu-
Kuli.v   Hydraulic   Mining   Company, of
Welfare      as     Well   as tO    -V>tn -'er-e.i. will in no way he r.-sponsible lor
unydelit- or iiubilii ies ineurred Iiy.l'iml   W,
l.uu". in theii-  name .ir  otherwise,  und  that
lln» said   l'uiil   W.   Uw  bus no authority ro
aet for Ihe !.-•*mi]>;iii.i' in any way whatever.
J. II. l''r,H.viixo,
Director.
Atliu, II. C, Auk. IP, llllll. AuSU-lm
t( he   folliwing   Address was   delivered by Pres. Fraser of tlie Atlin
District Hoard of Trade, an.', voices
the sentiments of the community :
To the Hon, Jas. Dunsmuir,
Premier of thePrpvince of
British Columbia,
President of the Council, etc.
Sir :—On    behalf   of   the   Atlin
- District Board of Trade, I have the
honour  to   extend   to   yon a very
heart\- welcome upon this your first
visit to our town ' and  district, and
to express • the   hope- "that- it may
prove entirely pleasant   and   enjoyable, aud may redound to your own
profit   and
that of the dis'.rict.
We desire to express our sincere
appreciation of the honour done us
and'of the sense of duty, which we
believe has prompted you lo visit
this far off, bu$,. by no means nniin-
portaijl, district of this grand Pio-
vince; whose interests aud affairs of
Stale are, tor the time being,- intrusted lo your guidance.
We trust \'Oii may remain long-
enough to acquire some personal
knowledge of the wants- and needs
of the district;- the differences and
hindrances with' which it has to
contend; and some conception of
its resources and possibilities,- aud
departing, carry with you only
pleasant reminiscences of your
visit.
These matters are of grave importance sio us, and we believe, to
some extent, to the Province at
large; therefore, we would respectfully submit them for. your consideration, believing that a proper representation of these matters is all
that is necessary to enlist your sympathy and secure your approval
aud powerful support, toward the
.abatement of tlie one and the furtherance ol the other.  '
Trusting we may succeed in making ourselves understood, and again
saying : Welcome to our town and
dUtrict. I have, the .honour to "be,
Sir, Your obedient Servant,
J. A. Fka.skk,
President.
Atlin, 15. C, Aug. 17th, iyoi.
document which was ha::ded lo ihe
Premier:
Freight Rates:—- Tlie attention
of the Government is called to the
fact Uial the existing rales on the
W. IX & Y. Ry: Co.'s from Skagway to Caribou and inland points
arc in excess of those existing be-:
I ween Halifax and Vancouver.
That the gross receipts," from the
Co's statements, amounted to nearly 75 per cent of the cost of construction, during the first eighteen
months operations, and the enormous nell profit earned is good justification fur the charge of exorbitance. At present the cost of
living is so high that men of limited
meai.s are unable to spend any
length of time, either investigating
new districts.'- or opening up old
ones."
, Amendment of the Placer- Mining
Act : — In as much as Mining Recorders are compelled to accept fees
for, and to record a single claim as
many times over, as different individuals   stake   and    record    the
'OTBGE.
'Susiiihb"   Mineral  Claim, situated ulioiit
uorth-
21.: miles from Indian Creek   ii
westerly direct ion.
To   1).    DAl&DKN   oil   olVT.li   his Aiir.sr ois
Aukntm :
T (lie undersigned, Kohert W. ClililiK, part
' owner,[if t lie tiliove minora! elniui. hore-
h.v fjivu notiije to tlieahoi'e-iiuined I). Durdeii
or other lii.s Agp-nt or A<;ei,ts thut I, having
purehased the' interest of Alexander Me-
nonuhl iu the above claim, do hereby request the suid O, Uardeu to eoutriliiite his
shure of tlie'assessment work done on the
said elaini. viz.: two yeur.s' ussessme-it work
from the 21'ith day of July, IWm, umouut.iiis' to
the sum of >-lULd.5(l, Unless-the suid nmoiiut
liu paid to me on or hi-lore the. llith day of
November next [shall proceed, under iiml by
virtue oi the powers conferred by Seetinti I
of the Mineru! Amendment Act, I9(ll>, repealing Section II of Cup. !."> of the Statutes of
IS'.ifl. Koheut \V. Oniiia.
Atliu. II. 0., August I7lli, Will. "in
Bulmer & Parrott,
L'iverv  Stables.
Saddle Horses,   Buggies,    l^oad
Carts,  Pack Horses for Hire.
ROYAL  MAIL
Stages    Leave    Ailin''for   Discovery
Daily from.-the Royal Hotel.
Notice.
Notice.
A 1.1.   persons are  hereby   uotilicil   not   to
purchase or otherwise uciiuire or loan
money  upon   the security of any property
belon^in^ to the Atliu-lliiby Ifydi-uulie lliu-
intr Company,
No   iii'i-xiii   bus any  authority except the
undersigned
PauIj W. Law,
President, Atliu-Ki.by Hydraulic M. Co.
An24-2t
RULK   Olf   COUUT.
PuoviKi-tAi. Seohktaiiy's Oi'riuic,"
fflth July, mai.
■RTOTICE i.s hereby -yiven tliat under the
i provisions of Chapter SB of the Revised
Statutes of Hrilish Columbia, His Honour
tlits Lieutenant-Governor iu Council has
been pleased to establish the following Hui^n
oi' Giujkt. namely:—
Rule of Court No. T.K, prescribiiifi; vacations-, shall not apply to the Atliu Luke Itc-
yistry nt" the Supreme Cwurt. nor shall any
other Jtule of Conn prohibiting t he fihn<r.
n:iieiidiujj- or deliveriim- ol auy pi"udii!<r. au-
^,\,"i- or oih.'i- document durinj: vacations
eslablUh-.-d for any orher oriice- or rhe Court,
ha\ e any .tpplication to actions, suits or proceedings in tho Atlin Luke Registry.
My Commaiut.
.1. 1)    PKliXTICK,"
Provincial Secretary
APPLICATION   FOR   LAND.
JJOTICIC is- iiereby (.dvpii that Sixty days
after date I intend to imply to the Chief
Commissioner of {..anils and Works for per-
mission to purchase tlie lolkniiny described
tructof land: CoiiimeiK'iii» at a post situated
on tho shore of Taku Arm about one half
mile north of the month of Atlinto Kivcr,
thence east II) clmins: thence south III eliains:
thence ive.st 40 chains, more or less, to the
shore of Taku Arm: thence, following the
shore of' Taku Arm. to the point of commencement. AltTHUtt C. DICK.
.June Uth, Ii«ll. jyH-i'iu
rur,i-:s icgc. krt & son,"
Swiss  Watchmakh«s,
And   main ifnct ii riiiji-jew idlers.
Alt kinds of im-r-.'.-t work executed with
neatness and dispatch.
Kii-st   st.   next   to Vancouver (Jetiertil Store
THE    PIONEER    SHOEMAKER.
Joe Palmer,
Rcpnfrino tinrt Soling Rubber Boots
A Speciality
TTRKIvAND HOTl-I..
1'IKST   STRliKT,    ATJ.1N.
J.   KIKKLAND.  - Managkk.
i First-class dining room
NOTICE.
I,
'•Anna .Maiiki." and •' Vicrom a " Mineral
Claims, sit uato about S.'J miles north of
Atliu.
To  J. S.- KtUtGUSON ok jxni:ii  nia Acunt
OU AttKSTS :
the iiudersi^ued, Patrick Uonovan, part
owner of the above) mineral cluims,
hereby ;iiv>) notice to the above nuuied .1. S.
Ferguson or other his AKent or Afvoiits. that
I do hereby request the said .1, S. li'orfiiisoii
to eoutrilinte his share of assessment work
done on the said claims, viz,: one year's at-
se.-sniunt work from llth August and 8tli
September, HM". resiieitively. ainoiiiitiiifr to
the sum of ^2.i0. Unless the said amount be
paid to me on or before the ilrd day of November next 1 shall primeed, under aud by
virtue of the powers conferred by S.-etion I
of the mineral Amendment Act, IIMII. repealing Section 11 of Cup. -I.") of the Statutes of
IS'JD. i'.iTHiC'K Donovan.
Atliu. li. C, August lilth, mill. Aii24-3ui
,1. II. Broivnlee, P. I.. S., I). 1. S.
I{. C. i.owry, A. M. I. C. r..
Civi! and Hydraulic Engineers,
and Surveyors.
FliAKI- STKIiKT,   ATI.in, b. C.
ATUN FISH iWARKET
A. Urunicli, Proprietor.
OpIKisite the Royal Hotel, First St-
Fresh h'ish always on hand.
H\-draulic   aud   Other   Companies
Supplied at Wholesale Rates.
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THK    KQOTENAY    HOTEL.
George E. Hayes, Proprietor.
Cok.  First and Trainor Strkkts.
This
Kirst ClnKs Hotel   has   been   remodeled ami refurnished throughout
and offers the best accommodation  to  Transient or Permanent
Guests.—American and Kuropuan Plan.
Finest   Wines,   Liquors   and  Gigars.
Billiards    and    Pool.
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APPLICATION    F0.{    LAND.
'|\J()'ri(;ii; is hereby tfiveii thut Sixty days
uftor duti', I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner ol bunds and U orks for
permis-siiin to piinrhusu the follow inn- described-tract of land in the Atlin Miiiiiiii' j>i\"i-
sion of Cassiar District, H. C: Commeiiuinjr
ut a post Marked " K. J. Hiiirlii's' S.\V.Cor:
uer Post." planted on the north side of the!
Atlinto-riwr. about one mile fiom Taku
City: thence .north ID chains: theiire east III
., _ ' eliain..; i liuuet: south  l.lchains: thence went
The     following     is- a Sllllllliary Of j ^HuIimjus   to   point,   of  eonimeiieement, eou-
the  wants    and  riecessilies   of" the j *"i»»«*r >«•' »«!•««. i««-
di.si.i',ci   no ;<'l   forth   in a lensthy!
Finest  Wines,   Liquors   and   Cigars..
Furnished Rooms by the Day,
Week or Month.
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Atlin, 11. (.'., JiiiiBi'Jth. I'J.I.
K. .1. Hfi-aiBS.
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Yancbuver- General  Store.
CARRIES A FULL LINK .'OK'
GENIiR AL .MERCHANDISE-
A.'vS. Cross & Co
1st, .Street Atlin.'
HOTEL VANCOUVER.
BUST   UQU0KS"&   CIGARS
Gooti  Accommodation. — Restaurant in
■   ' '     ■ CONNBCTK/N. ,
S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.
Good Stabling for Horses and Dog*.
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:2r ^ifis&saasG^^  ral:-.i1-J.vr.;^v,^i'ti?fi'ifrit.  -~~~rcrr-"---  xx^il  ;xm  y atlin yyB.c:y: Saturn  Vfyi-  y^  [j'���*:>���'  livr  4  lli'u.*:.!  \ ���:������;''  1  IS"'".1.''  Hrff  lirtjj  I  fe  :y;x;;::y;lyxx-  '''���'���"������.' -���y.'-y';::-'-/'y'r>:'':;->,ry;x;iyjy^yy>yy-';oiNiv:,- c:iT^ynyqX;V'yy:XJ|'yX^^  :-.X.yXX.XX:XXXX:;y::.X    cakriksX\ ^kull.'T/inko.iXxX,y-:--::.y:.;''v���'���;'���: yr' '������'��� X  '   Groceries! Boots, ailcl Shoes,"'GentsXFui-nisliisicis and rvlinufs1 ^I'dtX'ie'  ;X.;y;y-v,xy"-; '-y-yx:y,y'A.yG^��3.. xi^EwWNX&XGQ^y^x-xx'X^x'-^y^X^Xy  PICKED UP HERB AND THE^E.  Chiireh  of Enjrlund: ...;:'.' .' -  St. .Martin's Church, cor. Third  and Triiiu-  ; or st reel s.   Su ml ;i y ��� -servers. 'Mn'tin.s at.. 11 a.  Miy.'^-I'^'oh'soii^.T^lfi.ii.-ni'yyCid't^br^tToii-cif-dlol.v-  Couin\nnioii,.;l.sl SiiudiT;,' in:eac!i..iiHint!i und  on.Special' o'eeasions.",Sunday School, Sunday at. .:!.,]>. . my;; Com iii it lee; .Mee.tinksy.I.st  Thursday in each mouth.';   V ���'''-,'; ���;-"���;'  ' r. '-; ./Kev. K; I'., S-'tophensou, Reetor. >  :: St. Andrew's. I'l-esbytei-ian : Cliiir<;li~;!iold  services in    the Cliur'rlion... Secomb Street.  ' Jldrni n jr service ut'II cveiiinf;- se.i'vice 7 :!U)'.  Sunday School at the eljise. of  the  morniny  'service.   i_ .He v.. .1; .pHii'trlc.Minister.  -  A; WELCOME.  yxy;Ta Wrioai; .jtIX May'/ C6nckkn::  y!Kiio\v,;:ally:inen ybyXthcse. presents,:  :' y thatAVe, ;yrHK.:A^ij]\iyCt,AiM 'Pub-''  xyi.isri I >; 0; eo?,;i iaye ;;:iipw'ypnyhand,;a:  ;- full --and: coin pie te! stock' of Coiuiheiv  .jXcial>S.tritio'iier.yy::.ai^  : y prepa red ; tb: execu te al 1: , orclc rs wi th  - 'neatness and despatch. -::;:   y yyy-X'.  yy-.y. Blue'.-yRibbpiiyCoffee'/is- absolutely;  ������-.'pure:.~It is;soldyi'h all the stores in  X'A^x;xy;y$:xxx;^  ".yy;;We;regret; 'to/.:learu that Mr/arid1'  yMrs,1 Kenniughave. decided to '.leave-  ������' Atlih,:;aud Ave are :requested  to -ask-;  ���.that all:, parties.'���;;indebted^to'-theni  will kindlyycall:,and make settlement  x attlieearliestopportuiutyyand to all-.  "/those fo;Avhbiii :-tlii^y;:arey;'indebied'  -'���'���'they .willunakeypayment on presec-"  '  tation of'their ;accounlsy ./,./'.������:��� X;  x^yFor-Uie;  fam^  x':;Pptato:es:.ca^  yy^xrpjthpsewitji'^  ,;;,:We iuiyev justV: received a ,stock:bf  -^theifinest/freshiscandieSj.chocolates,;:  etc. :;E.. L.f Pillmair&'Cby''X-yXXX.  '.������������������;������'Copies ,pi", the-new   Placer Actfof  ;. 1901, :cohsoli:lated with .the Acts of  iSgSyaud    1S99,    for "sale nV the  C/.Aii\i Office.:y ���������'���  . ; AVe regret.':'toy learn ythe'; Key. J.  Pringle lias: decided to sever; his  connection ..with St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church to. accept an ap-  , poiiHmeul in the Yukon.. y .  ..���:,-Tli';���',��� -"I'is.liop   of   Selkirk,, paid 'a  -visit lo; St.   Martin's '..Chiireh   last  ���" Sunday,;- y-���'���'<.-'���"-.-������ y.y ���.-.-j r;.-.:  ���Furnished' rooms -to ..rent-���apply  Hotel Northern.   . '"...-.'X...:  ; . Fresh 'fruit's, and '.vegetables arri \-e  on every- steamer  for. E., L. Pil 1 ma ii  ";&'Co. yyyxyxyyy-y ;.-;.-' ::-Ly;:-yx-yxy  y,    Pbstiihi"Cereal afeFraser & Co.'s  Avoid "all aches and pains by tak-  . ing a"Tlierhial . bath;, at. the1'Troy  Laundry.  - '    .    -X.:  i\Ir. Clay --of; Yellow Jacket fame  --���has a new " claiin" ,011 him now.  A son and heir !has jumped his  ground.'      '.     -     y       : ,  " G". "B.-.' chocolates at Dock rill  &.. Bourne's.  Oil bai'/.e, floor oil-cloth aiid  house-lining, very cheap and good,  at Preiser & Co.  There is more solid comfort in a  ciiji of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.-.  Dr. Trc)U��-hibn   is   receiving   ihe  '(Cbntiuucd from :prey ions'page.) y  ^ame,ywhile /pei^ecilyy awiii-e, that'  lhi.,sy,;'h'as':;i';beeii,; previously:, staked  ,.aiicl recorded ;i ji :tliis,.isthe:,hurser)'  of   most  of   tlie. litigation ^ iii'Xtihe  ,0... ...-..,..'  camp, and hereby if:iseiicouraged.;  Such: proceediiigs:;Avbiild: uuderycir'-:  ciinistanceslbtlier' lliaii :a.yCovern-  nien^Act, be ,kiiow'ii as:'-'6l3tainiug  :money;under:lalse:yreteiices.','; The  request'; is1': miidethatylegislaUbirlk  eVi.a.cjHP^  loose;Cbnditipii'praffairs^X, yyyyiy'  T^ledicai^'J-Iealtii;-^  ckuiseyunder::thisy;headns;iii::sihiiiar;  terins to lhe;yie\vs;expi-essed/l)y.'tlie;  ...C 5 ra i id: j u nrx n 1X i ts y presei 11111 eii ly: to  the:; Chiefy justice, "tiieXfiillXtextof  ;wliich:appearedy:in::6ur;issue:of:the:  ioth inst. ;.y; /-.���'-;:.x,.'y.0:X-^--!'/-' -::.x:;yy x^x  i,y Tlie ScliopPQuestibn,::���Iii wliicli.  the mattery of: the/education of the  'sciip'oly,.ch.ild.reii.:;laii'd;:-:';the;.--ia'ck yof  suitable   encpuragehient.-���'.;.frohvV the  Educational; Departnieuty-;;T^iat the  absence yof a suitable Xschool "biuldX  iugy necessitates .ytliat: a ysubstaufial  gra 111: be niade  .as'-���, "ear 1 y: as possible  fbr.-the.ere'ctionof a school builditig.:  Owiiig;ytpy/the:y:distance fr6m: the1-  educatibhalpeiirer. of .the Province,:  the,;c6st;:ofrteuisportatioh, ahd-the:  i i i creasecly ;cos t-���; o f ..livi h g v:ex:peiises ���  .pyer;6ther.parts:^f.;tlie.;Proyiiice,iari;  additipiial"^allowance '.. aX;d: yinduceX  men ts: be inadeytb the,' tetichef s::;���" '^r~  County Court Judge :������Confirmation was made.of the,various':,petitions .'prey'ibusly forwarded, and setting forth various'-pertinent reasons  why a County. Court: Judge should  be forthwith appointed.     :.   ������X':"..X  .Trails ':���- The necessity of cutting  out.a trail for.ywinter use along:the  telegraph, line;tram-here;to Tagish,:  by which mails: might come and go  without endangering:, life :.aud :pro-  perty, "during : the/ three, to ;;tive  weeks each Spring;: and Pali when:  the/iake^y And .irailK over .tiium,: are  im passable. :;"..; '; 'X ���-":'.", -;."'.-;: ���:,'���; ���:���'  XDiahJond Drill:���We beg "toy;re-  questythat ythe-Xoveruirient supply  a diamond, drill, for" use in the district for prospecting purposes, with  a. competent; man in charge,:/tlie  actual cost of, operating to be borne  \>y the prospector on whose property the work was being performed, as done inthe Province of  Ontario. This Would very much  encourage bona< fide prospecting  work and development work in this  district. '"���"  irriingS;  /;y;lil|ll||  : :Trlie-;lyar��esfe:Stoc^  'y;V:yy;yv:;,:,;yyy::;:;.y;:'y';,Bp  ;STpCKn:;:Q|;;;;y^GG^  :yX:;Vyy>y;:;^lie:.-y  '':..,XvX-'y..;X.y!:"-;.-:'y.:o'UR:; PR.lCESyAREyBARGAJ^^  :y- Atliny and  'Discovery,    13. C,   an tl   White : Horse,; Yukon. X;   :;   ;  ;  xm  xm  4  XWHOLESALEy DRY; GOODS,     LIQUOR  X = ^;Importers;: c^;; a  "Xyyyy-y:: yyoyviisioria y'a^tdy'Vancouver. yy,;yy;yyyyy'vy  5ojeyAgents;;::fqr.V;^  '���":::y:;:y::;.;y:J^.RO^V:N;siy  T'>;:yy:yi':;yy:c0Rilv,,s;y  ;;;yyyXyzX:yyA;;xi,y(0X;B^  XMOwfyykX^  Si  xpyXx  imx;  X\:  ���9:  ^Dressed Meats and Fislv XxXX  ^:ATMN^x^ANDy-SlS(io  ri^i  ������ Choicest ':"Wines, ��� Liquors^ f&yCigarsX  ������A  u  P.  i"o", j'liiiii'uf act lire- ;-.'f ���.:'.! I  We have now iu our shops orders   for:70(10. feet of Pipe: also  WnteivGates,  Hydraiilie,  Giants, etc.   Perhaps   you   may need   something:   immediately from  the following lines.  whicli we can sliip nt once from stock:        -.���..-.,���._..;_,-.._.���:,���....���.-.- .���-..���.:.-._ ���;; -.;   ENGINES  .X    :': FANS;'., ORIi C.A.KSX      ;   X-GUIZ,ZI.riiS    '::   " "XX '���'  HOiLERS'".'.'-X..'.'.    BLOWERS   ;y   ORE BUCKETS Xy    BELTING:";      j    ';    J v  ruMPS-'X        ",."::iir>o\VEits-'.,'.���'���: valves :y;,:yyx X:enginei-;rj3' i^ttings, etc: ;  -       -        The Vancouver Engineering Works  ;������.;   suocbssoks To ARMSTRONG ' fi   MORRISON,  Iron   Founders, Boiler Makers arid Machinists.  OF1MCE   AND    WORKS,   VAXCOUYEK.    II. C.  .   X.\. -   DISCOVERY,.. B.C.;"  yCG.rarort.abiy Furnished Roonis���By the,Day, Week or Month.  AMKRICAN    AND    IvUROPPAN    PLAN.     '  y      ;    v .1. l,i:.\Tiir.Kl)Ar,K, Proprietnr.  T^)<"5rnn   Ri-nc ' fine, new Four-Horse Sar.ilono leaves this Hotel at:  L/lAUnDlUb. Su.m.. ll.S(lii.iii.iiiiil:to'uloelifor Atlin.  srs,  The following were the Premier's  party, who arrived last Saturday :  Mr.    ami     Mrs.    Dunsinuir, tlie  Misses    H.,    M.,   'K:,   and Marion  congratulations   of   his   friends on   Dunsmuir, Mr. and   Mrs.   Barkley,  ''Papa-hood," i>y  bahv girl   in his  his elevatio:: to  the arrival of a  home.  Take your prescriptions lo Dock-  i rill & Bourne's.  The report that Cold Commissioner Graham has resigned is positively denied by him.  Dr. Lewis denies the report that  he intends leaving Atlin; his inten-  i ioii is to're main all winter.  VVestholme, B. C, Dr. and Mrs.  Wassou, Kxtension, B. C, Miss  Macnaugliton-Joues, Miss I.oewen,  Miss Peters, Victoria, Miss Milne,  Mr. R. C. Milne, Torquay, Eng.,  Miss Keefer, Mr. B. Drake, Mr.  Pooley, Mr. R. Bryden, Mr. R, W.  Dunsmuir, Victoria, Mr. H. Pollau,  London, Uvg, Mr. and Mrs. .Harvey, Taku, Mrs. Jennings, Skag-  way, MisSvSliopbertaiul Mf, Graves,  New and Second   Hand  Tin and Granite Ware, Iron  Steel, I'ic-Us, Shovels und  Hlltrksuiilh's  Coal, Giant Powder, Cups, {.���use and Yukon .Stoves.  Goods   Bouqht   Sold   null   llxcliiinns'.l.  \ DOELEER,  .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  NoKTiiiiRN Hotel Building, Fikst Stkkht.  Fish,  (!. -li. ll.NYKH.  .1. G. CoiiNKi.r,.  Discovery.  OPICN  DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RKSTAURANT  ":���' IN    .  CONNECTION.  He\iilnii^rteys fyy tluliv.er i|<; I.'arrott's stnye.  .PINE TREE MOT  DISCOVIvRV, B. C.  .Finest of liquors.      Good.stabling,  Eu. Sands, Proprietor.  O.K.  BATHS  ���BARBER SHOP  .17, LINK Prop,  Now oeeupy tlieir new oiiarters next  to the UiinU of li. N. A.. First Stroot.  Thc bath rooms are equally us irood as found.  in, citto'i  I'l-ivntu Kiitrmv;u [ijvUwUets,  ���i.i  :;,;sii  :jJM  li  fl  'il  4  li  ^'HS��tTvfeita��!?i';?!r.!!?''4p,-s  ^���MwrKJECB'aife^'isEasffl*  ^���g^^^^^SgamrKaBaiBniiaa  ssiimimmAMiimiismssm

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