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 I  U*  Y.  VOL.   7.  ATLIN, B. C, SATURDAY,- -AUGUST 23,   1902.  NO.  162.  J.   M.   Rjch;arcLson9  Successor, to  Cuminings    &    Richardson, ,  The Leading House   r���~- ~  NOW'S   YOUR   CHANCE:  Tor   Bargains  In , Dry   Goods,   Boots  and   Shoes.  boulder creek.  Societe Miniere Brings Down  Another Sack of Gold.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP   #S,ooo,ooo.  Branches of the Bank, at Seattle,  San Francisco,  Portland, ,;  Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Gold Dust Pukchasud���Assay Office in Connection.  j: S. MUNRO, Manager.  LOUIS   SCHULZ,  Wholesale   and    Retail    Butcher  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN,   B.   C.  Agents for:  ' THE   STANDARD   OIL   CO., '  THE   CUDAHY   PACKING. CO.,   "  CHASE   &   SANBORN, , (Seal Coffee).  ROSE   OF   ELENSBURG   BUTTER.  . . .Wholesale  We solicit your Mail Orders..  &    Retail.  IGtilNS Co.,  SKAGWAY, Alaska  ana Restaurant  ��� Sl'KCIAl/riKS IX  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY,  Frosh Bread, Rye Bread, etc  Chas.  Myick, Proprietor.  Good Kuonis to Uont���Uy the liny. Week or .Month ut rrasonnhle rutcs-.  Will Continue  Work all  Winter.  Several Tunnels to be Driven  , From Bed-rock.  MONRO MOUNTAIN.  Will.Ship Ore Next Week For  Complete Treatment.  ��� Last Tuesday another well filled  sack of gold came down from the  Societe Miniere's hydraulic mine  on Boulder, and more is expected  today.  ;;; It is gratifying to note that "this  company has at last got down , to  actual pay and , looks forward to a  big clean-up; our prediction of last  week, re dividends, seems to be  well warranted.  As soon as tlie geld has been recovered from the boxes iu the final  clean-up for this season, work will  be started on a new sluice, necessary for the- conducting of larger  operati��� ::��.-.<.t year.  The Societe will operate all winter, it is their intention to'drift into  the benches from bed-rock ' by  means ot a series of tunnels..  Mr. E. - Jaime De Laniare, the  father of the Company, leaves on  Mondiry for Paris, we are sorry lo  see our "Big Parisien" go and will  be pleased to welcome him back.  Newff Workings   Expose   Body  of  - Rich Rock.     Expect to Strike  Rich Chute in Tunnel.  THE BOUNDARY.  Searching     For     Boundary-  Monuments.  JIMMY REOAIN  Shelf and Heavy Hardwzsr  ���e,  -Mum's  Hull Soles ami Siioa Nails. ������Henry Diston & Son's Shk.s. Windows, Doors.  Glass and Piutpy, cti'., etc.  BOOM���BANG ���BOOM! Dynamite,   Caps   and   Fuse.  Full Line of Winchester���Black & Smokeless���Rifle & Shotgun  Cartridges.  Goods.' llonqlit   Sold   and   Exclninged.  Lieut..Emmons May Visit Atlin.  ���   Now at Taku Inlet.  Is  THE    WHITE    PASS   "<ft     YUKON  ROUTE.   ���&���-���-��� -  Passenger and Express Service, Daily (except Sunday], between  Skagway. Log Cabin. Hennett, Carib.'Hi, White Hnr.se and Intermediate  points, making close ccnuectkHis'wilh our own slcamers at White Horse  for Dawson and Yukon points, and nt Caiibou for Atlin every Tuesday  aud Friday; Returning, leave Atlin every .Monday and Thursday.  Telegraph .Service lo Skagway.     Express   matter   will   be received  for -hipinent In and :r< ni al! poin's in Canada a:id-the United States.  For inloi inaliiiii iclatke to J'assi.:-;;e-r, Kic-ight, Telcgni| h or Express  Knl'js apply to .my .\i;enl of the Company or lo  ��� J.   F.   LKiC  Traffic Manager, Skagway.  J.   I.ii\scoMii!-:,   Local Age-i:. Atlin   H. C.  c. k. ii.m-ks.  .1. C. (,'flllNKI.I..  Discovery.  'OPEN  DA V  AND  N IGH'lV  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  ���;_ in     ...  ������CONNECTION.  lliMid<tniirli.|'�� for linliin'i- A I \iri..t is  .'.i^e.  Pitfie Im RoieL  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  ���'���������'���'��� Ki). Sanijs, Proprlntor.  HOTEL VANCOUVER  HH.ST   'l.lQUOKS'  *' CIUA'RS  (looli    ACCO.M.-MODA'noN. ���  llKHT.WMSANT    1 >'  CoNNKCTlUN.  S, .JOHNSTON,   I'l-opi-'i i-tor.  (loo.l Stnldiic^r l'<��r llnry;** uhd  Do;**.  A sj-stematic search for the supposed Russian monuments, set on  the boundary line between Great  Britain and Canada, is being made  by Lieut. Emmons. He is now in  Taku Inlet searching its head, aud  as he will go through Bennett it is  more than piobable that he will  come through Atlin, via the Slok-  lahene aud south end of Atlin  Lake.  Work is steadilj* going on at the  Imperial Mine, Monro Mountain,  "and the ore being obtained is still  maintaining the high values referred to in otir last issues- In the  new workings recently opened up  the ledge is over four feet wide and  at ten feet from the outcrop some  very rich rock is being exposed,  the vein is compact and well defined with smooth solid foolwall and  shows every indication of carrying  down to the No.i, Tunnel too feet  below where it will strike the rich  chute discovered at that level.  The ore now being raised is much  more mineralized than iu the former workings and although high  values are visible in fiee gold it has  been demonstrated by local tests  that the ore also contains values  that cannot" be ^entirely recovered  by any free milling process. .Oie is  now being sacked, nnd /several-tons  will be skipped'out^ next week to  some metallurgical works for complete treatment, and thus ascertain  the full values present and also the  best process adapted for further  operations, .       -  NARROW ESCAPE.  Govt. Recorder E. J.1 Thain  Nearly Crushed to Death.  Has  His Leg   Broken   Above   The  Knee.  Experts Making Examination  of Laverdiere Mine.  .Mr. J. J. O'.Mearn accompanied  by -Mr. C. A. Molsou, came in on  the last boat. They left imnu'diale-  ly for the sculli ei:<l of the lake  whei;e they will examine and repot t. on the Laverdiere copper mine  bonded by Mr. yjqh.i, .Caniice, of  Montana. We understand that if  the report is favorable the piopeny  tyill'bj purchased at oiice, aud extensive nitrations commenced..  On Wednesday evening Mr.E. J.  Thain accompanied by Mr. Anderson went fishing off the rocks above  the Anaconda mine. Mr Thain in  casting caught bis fly in some brush  on the cliff, and in climbing to release it he dis'odged a boulder  weighing about 500 lbs., befoie he  had lime 10 jump aside the boulder  struck him knocking him inio the  lake, bad the rock struck him on  shore he would have been killed, as  it was liis leg is broken above the  knee. Mr. Anderson he-Iped l:ini  ashore and came lo Atlin for assistance, which was spe:dily procured.  He was taken lo thy Hcs -ilal  where Dr Young set the broken  limb, and, from latest information,  he is resting easily, but il will be  six weeks or two months before he  will be about.  Back numbers of the A.TUN  Claim can always be had at 'the  Claim,office, price 15 cents.  tI  1%  il  il  il  m  i\  P  n  ���II  I  .m  fal  J2I  M  m  XI  P  lip  SSS*SBSfffl!lBBiSSSBS��SBS!Eaia�� ATLIS, B. C. SATURDAY,   AUGUST 23, 1903  The Atlin Claim.  Published   every    Saturday   nioriiiiij;   l)v  T".tR Ati.is Claim re,iii.i"iiiN�� Co.  /,. ('. Ililisciii-i'.i.D.LniToil and   PiMl'lllin'Oll  Otfli'i: ��f publieiitiou I'enrl M'., Atlin', 1!. t".  Ailv^rt tBiiifT   Kates:   SUM   i����r-  inc:li. o��t-li  insertion.    IJi'iuliiiir dotices -���r'   eents u lino.  Special (Joiitruet Rale* on iiiipllvntion.  Tim wubseriptioii price; is $B n year P'��.v-  alilo in advance. No i> iper will bo delivered  uuli"is this- condition is roinnlicd Willi.    ,  .JAPAN  Joseph' Chamberlain Opposes  Joseph Martin,  Saturday, August 23, iyp:.  The Boaid of Trade-wasted-no  time about taking up the suggestion put forth in our editorial of the  9U1. inst. and the following' letter  was addressed lo thc Minister of  Mines.  ATLIN imiTRICT HOARD OK TRAJ5K.  Atlin, B. C.  August 20II1.1902.  To the Hon.  The Minister of Mines,  .    Victoria,  B. C.,  Sir,  'I ani.inslructed by the Board  ' of Trade to inform you thai al a recent meeting the matter of a thorough examination of the District  of Atlin was brought up and vigorously discussed.  The only official report made of  the Atlin Distiict, is one compiled  by Mr. W. F. Robertson iu 1900  after a stay of a . few days'in the  in the District. This report has  been proved not only erroneous but  utterly valueless to those to whom  such reports are ii.dispensable.-  ��� We therefore deem that iu justice  to the District and the Dominion  at large, thai owing to the extensive developments made and pros-  peeling done iu the District since  the report of the- Mineralogist in  1900, a new and exhaustive report  should be made by a competent  Mineralogist appointed by the P10-  riucial Government for that purpose.  We would therefore respectfully  urge upon you the justice cf the  claim, aud ask that immediate steps  be taken to rectify the present misleading report \vh,ich you have in  your Department.  I have the honour to be, Sir,  Yours truly,  E. L. Stephenson, Secty.  What we, in Atlin, require is reliable and authentic information  respecting the possibilities and actualities of our District, we fear nothing, k.-.owing as we do that our  deposits are rich aud only need  properly advertising without booming or colouring; hence the immediate neccessity of an exhaustive  report by a competent mineralogist  and the dissemination of such report by the Government. We may  add that Ihe report 0:1 Aliin, in the  Annual Report of the Minister of  Mines, is insufficient and does not  :lo justice to our District.  The Japanese question is still  unsettled, although Joseph Martin,  K. C, M'. L. A. Hi inks there should  be an'end lo legislation, and that  the Province has the power lo pass  its own hiw.-�� against' Japanese im-  migratiou into'the Province., The  following communication to Lord  Minto, from the Rt. Hon. Joseph  Chamberlain, gives us lo understand lhat the'Province cannot pass  such' laws.  "My Lord, ��� With reference to  my dispatch, No. 25, of even dale,  respecting the' British Columbia  Immigration Acl, 1900, I have thc  honor lo request that you will invite the serious attention of your  Ministers to thc question ol thc  competence of a provincial legislature to pass such legislation.  '.'2. It is understood-from press  reports thai the act is of a restrictive nature, based upon the Natal  A.ct, and having regard to the general principles on which the British  North America Act is ' based, it  would appear thai such a measure  is ultra vires for any - legislative  body in Canada other than the  Dominion Parliament.  "3 The whole scheme of the  British North America Act implies  the exclusive 'jurisdiction :of the  Dominion of all "national" powers,  and though the power to legislate  for the promotion and encouragement of immigration into the provinces may have been properly  given'to the provincial legislatures,  the right of entry into Canada of  persons 'voluntarily seeking such  entry is obviously a purely national  matter, affecting as it does directly  the relations of the Empire with  foreign states.  "I have, etc.,  "J.  ClIAMRKRI.AIN,"  Certificates of Improvements.   ,  HOLT   CROSS,   FRENCH.   AMI    ALVlNIi  Mineral Claims,    situated   in   Ute   Arlin  MiniiiK District, at the SW corner of Atlin   J.nko,   two!miles   from  Atlin Lake  ' near Hobo Creel;.  NOTtCli is hereby (liven t hut. I, Noel Laverdiere, F.M.C.,' No. U 4893. and, as Attorney-in-fact, for Tom Laverdiere, lUUC No.  II ISat.nml Krnult I.uverdierc. F.M.C., No. U  ���IS'M,' intend CO days from date hereof, to apply to tho Mininif Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the pin-poseur obtaining (i Crown Grant of the above cluiins.  AND KUHTllHK Take notice that aution under Section :i? must be commenced before  the issuance of such Certilicate or improvement*.  Dated this Mill day of June.' IWi.  jeiS-tiOd    ��� Noitij Lavkiipii'.uk.  trict, about.- two   miles from the head of  Torey Inlet.    .-  T.VKR Notice, that I. J- II. Rrownlee. Aprcnt  lor John Cnplice, V.M.G., No, B 1.118, intend 00 days from date hereof to apply to tho  MinitiB Recorder for Cert'ilicntes oi Im-  pi'u.uiiients, for tho purijoso of obtaining  Crown Grants of the above claims. ^  ANU      LfuiiTHEll,   T��Ue   notice llitit ���actwiu  under Section��7 muat ho commenced before  tlie'i<s��iinn��eof such Certificate of Improvements.' ��� J-   "���  llHOW.ST.ElS.  ' Dated at Atlin, this 2nd d��y of .July, 1902.'  jy-n-liOd            .-.''"  Fire at Forty-Mile;  . A large warehouse of: he N. A.  T. 6c T. Co., at I-'orty-Mile, was  destroyed.by fire last week; the loss  is climated at $9,000. The Company will rebuild al once.  St. Martin's Sewing Guild to  Hold a Bazaar.  Proceeds to be Donated to The  Church of England Ec-11 Fund.  A  Good Cause.  St.-Martin's Sewing Guild will  hold a sale of work on Wednesday,  Sept. 2nd. from 2 to 6 p.m. and 8  lo to p. in., iu the old hospital leul  on Third and Trainor Streets.  Thc proceeds will be donated to  the St. Martin's Church Hell Fund.  The ladies of the Guild have on  hand a large and varied collection  of useful and fancy articles which  will be exposed for sale.  A dance will be given, in   aid  of  the s'ime fund, at the Grand Hotel,  an Thursday eve Sept.- 31 d.     Tickets 50 cents.  Both affairs should be well attended and ;patronized by everybody  in the Camp,   ���Everyone invited.  COME ONE.     COM HALL.  ' HUTTI'V       " lllil.UNA."     mill      "(JltliAT  "    KAJ.1.S" Mineral Claims, Sitimto at. the  Southend of Atlin bake in the Atlin I'is-  Notice of Dissolution.   ,  NOT1CU is hereby kIvoii tlmt Hie partner-  ship licru!ofoi-��. exist in(T between tho  'uuilersitfued nt. AtKn, II. C as "<.;iimi.ii..|V��  A Riclmrds<,ii.'--Iilislhis du.v been dissolved.  Mr. Uielianboii, who eontiuues business,  will pay all liabilities and collect nil accounts.  Haled at Atlin. IL' C. this 1!M Inlay of ���'��"��������  uiaa. .Hiiin cujiMiNiiH.  '     .1.   ill 1,1.VA III)   lllOIIAHIIKON.  ' - IF   VOU   WANT  Information  CONCICKNIiVC  ��� MINES & MINING PROPERTY  In the Atlin' District  WKITK   TO  Am Gm HirseSsfeld  ���Real'Estate  and   Mining   Broker,  THE  t  E.   ROSSELLI, .Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  This' New   and   Commodious   Hotel was opened to the Public,   April  l6th) i9o 1.���Everything iu it is New.��� Strictly First .Class.  ���     ���        CHOICES! WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SI'ECIALIV.  ���a4C9^G4M5��o*a*��*����o*o����*o����04>����o*o��a<>o<��a*o*c^o*c��*o��|  o "  o  0  THE    KOOTENAI  HOTEL  George E. Hayes, Proprietor  COK.   I'lKST  ASTD   TrAI.NOK   'STKKKTS.  This Kirst Glass Uotelha- been remodeled and refurnished throughout -  and oilers the best aee<miin<idntiou to Transient or Permanent  Guests.���American and liuroppiiti plun-  ��   Finest Wines, Liquors and Gigars. x  Billiards   and   Pool. %  TEL-  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   EIRST-CUASS MANNER. .  French   Restaurant in   GanrzeGimei.  David  Hastik,   Pkoi-kiictok.  Corner of First and Discovery Streets.  T  DISCOVERY,    B. C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms-By the Day, Week or Month.  The Best of Liquors aud Cigars always in Stock. ��� Fine stable in con  nectiou with the House.  AMERICAN    AND    EUROPEAN    PLAN.   '  O. \V. JollNri'lON. .Maiun;er.  l-'Oll  Call and get Prices at  :i\  ���li  $1  :-Zr,-^-rzst&*  :$&.  T^^wvTffi^O'rcZ ATLIN, . B.C.,    SATURDAY,   AUGUST 23,  1902.  ^Wg>  can   give   You   as Good Value- for you: CASK As  1���, any House in Town.  roceries, Provisions, etc  Try  us  wilh   it   and  see- Giant   Powder   on   hand.  % 71 fraser $ ���o. :  The    Presbyterian     Sabbath  School Pic-nic.  , On the morning ol* the' 8th. inst.  at 9 o'clock a very happy band;  composed of Sabbath School children, teachers, and friends left the  the whaif at thc-foot of I'carl Street  on the Scotia, lo seek a day's pleasure, aud enjoy t lie beauties'of na-  luic which .surrouu-d us on every  side in this pari of the ivorlcl. The  morning was all that could be desv-  "red.. Tlie sun shone forth in all  its noilhern splendor, and the  balmy south wind scarcely made-a  'ripple upon the placid waters of thc  beautiful'' Atlin Lake.  The Scotia bore her happy passengers across the lake and entered  Torey Inlet. Here"the adults were  delighted with the beauty, 'of the  scenery. The rugged mountain  peaks rising high to touch the  clouds, while here and there the  remnant of the winter snows" could  be seen in the recesses and, hollow  spots on the top and sides 'of the  mountains.  We reached the south end of .the  Torey Inlet about J2.30 where we  disembarked and spread our table  on a dry mound of old mother earth  and partook, of a sumptions repast.  When dish-washing was ended we  continued our trip around the south  end of Goat Island, and. about 4.30  ia the afternoon we landed on a  nice level shore and engaged in  various kinds of sport; 'especially  foot races for the girls and boys,  and <tgg races for the grown up  people. When all the priy.es were  won, and everybody had sufficient'  exercise to whet up their appetite  for supper, we again spread our  large family table upon the dry  gravel beach close to the serene  waters of the lake. Supper being  ended we embarked and the Scotia  sped homeward.  We all fe'.l greatly indebted to  the captain and crew for the kindly  spiiit they manifested to all on  board, and whicli added much to  the pleasure of our trip.  A happy and well spent day was  brought to a close by three cheers  for the captain and crew cf the  Scotia, and the singing of the National Anthem.   ���  One who was there.  PUBLIC    NOTICE.  In view of tlie intended visit of  Special Commissioner Anderson,  sent into Youkon and Atliu Districts to enquire into the Northern  Trade'silualion, it was deckled, al  a special meeting of the Council of  the Board of Trade, lhat thc Com-  ini'-siorer be met by the Council  and that the meeting be thrown  open to thc public. Notice and  time of meeting will be given.  Ala meeting held iu the Court  House, last Saturday, the surplus  of $43 belonging to the Coronation  Celebration Fund was voted lo be  donated to the Ilos >iial.  NOTICE  The l.e Uoy, Ltd., Lin., .Miuiuir Company,  nwiiiny tlui Li: Kov. Hon Tail, IIi.ac-ic  Jack, Urrix. (m.mii;m,a. Idaho, Lr.dAi.  Tr.Niir.it. nnd LiiTi.r. .Ion Fhaction  .Mineral Claim's, situated iu Uniuy llol-  ���"   low, C5tiilt.ni  Minim: DnUion of Cassiar  District, II. (*.  To IIAItNAUD   IIOVL   on OriiKii ins Aor.Ni  ult Aui'.N'i!- :  T the iiiiilei'si'iiiiMl .Ins, W: Smith, part.  ' oWnicr ol Ihe hIkiVi'-iiiiiiii'iI mineral  claims, hereby jiivc nut lea to the aliove-  uained llarnard llo^ I or oilier bis Audit, or  Atfculs that 1 do hereby rciiuest, the said  Uarnnrd Uo.vl or other his Atceut or Agents  to contribute his share of the assessment  wurli ilonn 011 I he said claims, viz.: one  year's ussnssiueiil. work, from .luly, (Mil lo  July, l!l(K, uiiiitiiutiuu; to tho suin of $11!!). 10.  Unless the said amount be paid to me on or  belore the 7th day of September ue.\t 1 shall  proceed, under and'by virtue of the powers  conferred hi' Section J of the .Mineral  Amendment Act, nKMl/.i-ejieolinj;' Section 11  of Cup. J."! "I the Statutes of l,s!)!>.  '     , -JOS.  W.   K.MITJI,  Hy J.no. V. Linuhay,  Arfjr.-iii-l''net,  Atlin, H.<J.. .1 line st li, lillli. Mm  Certificates of Improvements.  niSCOVKIIY    Mineral   Claim,   Situate-  on  Pine creek, nt or  near the town of Discovery,   in  the  Atlin   Luke Mining District. II. C.  nr.Uvli:    Notice that   I,  W.    Pollard   Grant,  1     AKOiit    for   F.   A.  Wise. F. .M. C, No. B  02831.-mill   Nellie   II- liimiiulls, F..M..O., No. B  1127, intend fit) days  I'rreui  date hereof to ap-  plytothc  Miuiiii; Recorder for   a   Certificate   of. Improvements,   tor the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of tlie above claim  AN'D FCUTHBli Take notice that action under Section ill must be commenced, before  the issuance cf such Certilicate oT Improvement-:. '        '     ��� c?;  .  Dated at Atlin. ti. C, this 17th jiluy of July,  1!W2.        .   ,  , ,     W..POL1.AHU.GUAST.  HOCK ()!" AUKS Mineral Claim, Situate  on Pino Creek.at or near the town of  Discovery, in the Atliu Lake Minintr District. I!. C.     '  '  T-AICK Notice that I. W. Pollard Grant,  1 A [rent for I'- A. Wise. F. M. C, No. U  liSiMI.'W. <i. Mitchell, V. M. C. No. H (W0ir>,  anil Nellie II. Iliiunalls-. P. M. C, No. H  1127, intend, Sixty da.v.s fi-om the date  berenf. to jipply to the Minim;- Recorder for  u Certi Meat e of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above clumi.  And I-'i;i "i ma: Tube notice that action  under Section M7 must be comineuced before  Ihe issuance<��f siidi Certificate of Improvement-..-  '   Daied al Atlin, II. C, this 17th day of July,  19,12. W. Poi.I,Attn Giiant.  ���RJOTICI-: is hereby uivcn that Thirty days  aflcr ijnte, I imeiiil to apply tothe Commissioner ol Lands and \V jrks for I). C. lor  a Lease of the lollowiiifr describe!? lands for  u Hrcww.v Site.  All that pit   of laiiil   situate,  l.viuj��   and  boinc in ihe Atliu Mining Division iu tho  Province of Itritisli Columbia described as  follow s. commencin;.' at a po.st planted-222  feet Ironi the shoreof Atliu Lake ailjoinintf  tho Town of Atlin ami marked '"U. S. ili-  Leod's N. li. corner initial post,'' thence running nil fu��;t in�� IVeM jrl.i direction, thence  in a South ICasterly ilireuti.-in 201-r> feet more  or less to Ihe Lake .Shore, (hence ICasterly  ahiiiK 'he Lake Shore IH1 left, thence in a  Niut'.i Westerly .lirecliou 222 fnet to the  point of ciuiiiueurcmeiit, containintrone acre  more of leiis.  I!. S. Mcb'-ud  Atlin. I!. C. I.ctli. August 1!>.'2.  A M|;|;T1NG of tlui Hoard ol Licence C'oni-  iniss:iMier> ��ill be held iu the Court  House. Atiin. It. C., on Monday, fopteinber  Sth. 1H.I2. at the hour of'.I o'clock in thi'forenoon, to consider t he followin.T aisplicftt'ion :  Alfred George Lear lorn Hot nil Liquor  Licence IHr the Veiiiloine Hotel, corner First  Street nnd Trainor Avmuc, Atlin. IL C.  W.M/i i:i: Owr.N,  t-hsef I/urin-c  in-.pector.  Atliu. li. <'��������� Au^iisj JK1   I." 2.     ~  Atlin,   Nugget  and Grape Rings  And All Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured on the Premises.  f��8F-    Why send out wlien you can get goods as cheap here?  Watches From $5 up.   Fine Line of Souvenir Spoons.  JULES EGGERT & SON, The Swiss Watchmakers.  FOR  Photographs  OP  Alaska,   Yukon  and  Northern   B,Q  FROM  Skagway to Atlin & Dawson  GO TO  HIRSCHFELD'S  J. D. DURIE.  MATTRESS     FACTORY.  IIOUSK  FURNISHINGS,���KG US   CAR-  PUTS  AND LINOLEUM.  THE IMPERIAL LIFE  Assurance Company of  Canada/  TjNliXCKI.LKD    SliCURITY.  Call and see an ideal   policy "at  A. C  HlRSCIIFIil.D'S  Pellew-Harvcy, Bryant & Gilman  Provincial Assayers  Ibn Vancouver Assay Office, Cstrtbliideil 1690.  1 -����< ��� - -  W.   WALLACE   GRIME   &.   CO.,  Agents.  I.ni'cc or Siimll Samples forwiirtled for Assny.  OF      �� ATI IS  o   1V...WARIJKU SHOP  V. LINK Trop.  Now occupy tlieir new  iiuarters nc.\t  tn the liuiik ol I!. N. A.. First Street.  Thc bath rooms are eiiunll.v as jrood as found  iu   cities.   -Private IJntrance for ladies.  Frank Mobley,    '  Taxidermist,  ATLIN,    B.C.  Furs and Skins dr-essed���Birds and  Animals stuffed.  Prices can   he obtained upon application lo A- C. Hirsciikkld,  Specimens 'on   exhibition  and  lor  sale at the Claim Office.  C R. N.. Co.  -ALASKA   ROUTE  SAILINGS.  ' The,, following  sailings  are  announced  for  the month of July ���  Leaving Skagway at 6 p.m.,  or oit  arrival <of train; ,..  Princicss May       -        August &.  '" .. .     ��� .,29  Amur      .        .        -. .,      12 .  *���      ' Ojl  ���   For further information, apply or  write to    '   H. B. Dunn, Agent,  .Skagway, Alaska.  ATLIN FISH MARKET  ,     A. ItliL'NlGii. Proprietor.  Fresh Fish Alwavs on  Hand ���  Hydraulic and Other Companies  Supplied at Wholesale Rates.  W.  WALLACE  GRIME  & Co.,  Notaries Public.  Third Street, Atlin 13. C.  MINING BROKtRS & COMMISSION AtJLNfS.  Fire    &.    Accident    Insurance.  AOKNTS    I'OH  PliLLlCW-IIAUVHV   &   CO,    Assayers.  No. 44.  iftrgrinnujrj'nf "iiw;  1 ir.ry- mtTt   h��u.  Gl��*DCIOto.fliJ* .  Price Only      $13.25 -  Made h\ all tho slandard ca-li  hers lioth Rim and C'cuitcr Fire.  Weightr.boiifc 7 pound:-.    Stand  nrd hand for rim fin', carl ridges,  2-L inches.   . For center-lire carl  ladge.'s 20 inchr-s.  IT tlicsc rifics nro not wutk'iI i:; slopk  Ly your Uwilcr, f-c-sid jiiico :ind v,u \\\\\ j  .send it lo you cxi'.i'css iiru]>:ii<l.  -.Send stmiip f()i-o:itn!o;;i,.c.ui,nlu'ti^<'o;n  pletc linn jiikI coHtaiuiiii;   valutibiu   ;".- jl  form;U+ou to falioolei'.-i {,  \   The 5, Stevens Arms md Tool C:    j  ciiico;'1:: Pali's, ma ,3.)  P. 0. Box  Back   mmihers    of   the   Atlin j  Claim can alwavs   be   had   at   tlie|  1  Claim HiTict-, juicr- 1-, iviit-;. I  Copies ol the new Placer Act ef  1901, consolidated with the Acts of  1S9S and 1S99, for sale al liie  Ci:.\JM Office. AT.L1N,  B. C. SATURDAY,   AUGUST 23, 1902  (I  '::'i��  ! I  I;:  IV'  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  MORE MACHINERY.  tJliureli  of F.iifflauu":  St. .Murtiu's Cli 11 vuli, cor. 'Clifrif aruITraiu-  oritroots. .Siincla-.v services, -Mati'iia ut 11 u.  in., Jivensony 7:��0 p. in. Celebration ot Holy  Communion, 1st Sunday in eacb month and  on Special occasions. Sunday School, Sunday at !l p. in. Committee .Meetings, Jst  Thursday iu each mouth. ,  Hcv. I1'. L. Stepliensou, Rector.  St. Andrew's Pi'esb.vlei'iiiJi (Jliurcli hold  services- in tliu Church on Sucond Street.  Morning service at II-'ovcufiiK service 7:30  Sunday School at tho close of the moriiine;  service. Kev. li. Turlciii^tuu, Minister. Free  Keadiut; ltooui,.tu wliich all are welcome.  ��� CUT    PRICES    at   'the    Atlin  Cheap Cash Store :   ' '  Cream, large size,  .|o cents per tin.'  , Crcaju,. small size, 20 cents per tin.  Milk, small size, 20 cents per tin.  Sugar, 10 Ihs. for$r.oo.-  All other Groceries, Provisions,  etc., cut from io. to 20 per cent.  Dr}' Goods, Cloihiug, Bools and  Shoes at half'price.���M. Folic v.  1 1.  Mr. A. Moreau, .of Dawson was  in town last week, and left lor  Yaldes Monday.  Go to J. I-I. Richardson's for  Gold Seal Hip Gum 73oots, $9.50.  Mrs. IT. 13. Dunn of Skagway,  spent a few days visiting her friends  iu Taku and Atliu.  There is more solid- comfort in-a  cup of Blue Rihbon Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  "Miss E. T. Miller, who arrived  last week, has opened school with  26 pupils; she is very popular with  the children.  Fresh   consignment   of     Fancy  Groceries, -al   popular   prices,    at  ��� E. L. Pillmau & Co.  Mr. J. IT. Sproat, Supt. Engineer  of the White Pass River Division,  aud Mr. F. M. Richards, Steamship Inspector, aie here on business this week.  Furnished rooms to rent���apply  Hotel Northern.  , A fire caused by a disjointed  pipe, did slight damage to the .roof  and ceiling of the Atlin Claim  Building, 011 Thursday morning.  Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure.���It is sold in all the stores in  Atlin.  Agen's . specially selected fresh  ranch eggs���McDonald's Grocery.  For a good square mCnl go to  the Pioneer Bakery and Restaurant.  Christie's and Fancy Biscuits at  E. Iv. Pillmau & Co.  Plant Coming  on Amur For  Gold Run.  Stukey, Brown, Wostell & Co. will  l  Install Ono of the Finest Rigs  Money CanTJuy.  Thc Amur is bringing iu an up  to date plant for Messrs. Stukey,  Brown, Wostell and Co., lo be used  on tlieir properly on Gold Run.  The machinery is manufactured  by tlie 'Vancouver Engineering  Works, and was ordered by their  agent, Mr. A. C. Hirschfcld. It  comprises a boiler, engine, pump  and hoisti capable of lifting half a  ton, and pumping 5000 gallons per  hour.   "  Mr. Hirschfcld expecls lo place  orders for many similar plants when  this one is operating/' and will be  pleased to furnish estimates on all  kinds of mining machinery, hydraulic pipe, ore cars, rails, etc.        .1  For Oranges  and the very fiwest  <\  butler go to McDonald's Grocery  Copies ot, -the new Placer Act oT  1901, consolidated with the Acts of  1S9S and 1S99, for sale al the  Claim Office.  IF  YOU   WANT  Information  CONCERNING  MINES & MINING PROPERTY  In the Atlin District  WKITIC  TO  Am Cm Hirschfeld  Real   Estate  and   Mining   Broker,  First Annual Visit of  Dr, Grice.  DENTIST.  Iii Atlin until   August 20th  All Work Guaranteed.  Prices   Reasonable.  VENDOME   HOTEL.  Choicest -Wines, Liquors & Cigars. (  FREE BOWLING ALLEY.  VENS  Crack Shot Rifle.  i'  A new rifle. 20-iuck barrel.  Weight 4 pounds. 0. B. caps  and .22 shorfe R F. Has an  AUTOMATIC SAFETY and  cannot he discharged accidentally.  Prise Qniy $gJH?  If these rifles aro not carried in stoot  by your dealer, send price and we will  send it lo you express prepaid.  Send stamp for catalog describing complete line and containing valuable information to shooters.  The J. Stevehs Arms and Tool Go.  P. 0. On CHICOPEE FALLS. MASS.  l>oiei Russell.  Choice Wines, Liq'uorsand Cigars.  Pool and Billiards free,  '��� .  R.  B.  Dixon, Proprietor.  ��� C. DOELKER,  .    .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and    home    made    Sausage.  NORTIIKKN   HOTKI.   BUII.DIKO,    FlKST   Sl'KlClCT.  Hydraulic    Mining  ���  m  Machinery,  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER    GATES,  ANGLE   STEEL    RIFFLES    &  HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PIPE.  Pumping  &   Hoisting   Machinery*  Estimates furnished  on application    .  The Vancouver Engineering Works,  Vaxcopvicu,   13.  C.  A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C.  CLEARANCE    SALE  , BARGAINS    &   nothing' but' Bargains' for the  next 30 days in:  English    Prints,     Ginghams,    Cretonnes,  Bar-Towellings.  Duckings,   Dress   Goods,    Flannels,  Silks   and    Laces.  BOOTS    &    SHOES ��� Notwithstanding our recent heavy sales our Stock of Eoots and  Shoes is still large.  WONDER    PRICES    for   the  Balance:  Stetson    Hats,     Dress   Shirts,  (tingham   Shirts,    Under-clothing.  Latest Fedora Hats, Fancv Flannel   Shirts  Heavy   Flannel   Shirts.   AH. at  Best. Grade ot all-Wool Blankets at Goast  Wholesale,Prises  We mean  Business.    Call early, bring your money and we will give you   FAT    RETURNS    for  it.  Remem&er���.Out Stock of Groceries is the largest in Atlin and Cash will secure the Eest Vak-e.  y BLACKETT & CO. x-x.  Rmmmawwama  wsmm  ici*\j*ixm IAM+.'. *f/\r. it**, ��� -jt fli*- d .  T.::Zl-4^.:vfX:s:'~ -- vj-  Ti;:;--i" ���>���;*l *^vfi *>:���;%*& /'^"fr^g

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