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 V    A. -k.Wj ���vi',t ( r,V-N  rv,I^WLI^������ru. ^ ., -,_ ���  : wTr/<rwvi fkif ��tu>��  VOL.    i.  X ATLLN,, B.   C,   SATURDAY",    AUGUST   26,    1S99.  NO.   18.'  McLennan, McFee  (LwirTKn.V  i- * ' * 1  Paints,  Oils, , Varnishes,  , ' Builders' Hardware,  Sash and Doors,  Tinware, Granitewar��, Crockery  All kinds ol' Tinsmith  work done.  Corner of First-and "Pearl-Street.  to  f  A  il,  ....FRESH   NEW   GOODS   JUST  J. St. Clair Blackett  "   Largest and Best Ski.kcthd .Stock 6k   ..       -    -.  ' Groceries, Shelf, Hardware, Paints asid Oils, Boots and  Cj ' ,  Shoes, Rubber Goods and Miners'* Supplies:/..  IRON .STORE ' ������    r    COR.   1ST' AND   TRAYNOR.  To  Be Erected  on  First Street  Immediately.  Confidence Shown in the Future  of the' Camp.    "  The = Bank = of = British = North = America  listnblislied in 18311.    Incorporated by Royal Churter.  '   Paid Up Capital    -:........ ^ $4,866,666.66  Rkskrvk ^"und   -   -   -   -   -   -A   -   -   '-   $1,460,000.00  London'Office: 3~Clements Lane, Lombard Street, E" C.  <-���   Plead  Office-in   Canada:    Montreal.  1-1. Stikkman,  General Manager.  " Branches in all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  Sau Francisco, Seattle, Tacoma, Portland,-Spokane, Boston, Chicago...Etc.  "   Gold-dust assayed and   purchased  at best rates, 'the bank's assay  office being now in operation.   A general banking business transacted.  '<���'       J. ANDERSON,'   Manager,. Atlin; B. CAJ VA'    .,  mm  m ATLIN  , T)n< prcKBiit building movement about to  lie initiated is somcthiu;. - tliut. speaks volumes lor Atlin. The iimiiii'^Pt'a. or heads of  the various firms below spoken of, luivis been  in Atlin, surveyed the ground und have conic  to tin) licliel that something ol a permanent  mid substantial nature should take the  place of tho present ones. , Accordingly the  Hank ol llalilax, Thos. Uiiuii & Co., McLun-  iiuii, .McKeel.v A. Co., end the Parsons Produce Co. have, each decided to erect substantial buildings in which to traii-.net their  business.  TlieMiank ot llalilax, whose Provincial  manager, Mr. W. \\\ Botslord, was here  some weeks .ago, w ill build on'llio corner ol  First and Pearl st reels.' The building will  be ,two-storeys, 28x59. The inside (ittiri^--.  will be in keeping with an institution of its  substantial.nature.  Thos. Dunn & Co., whoso head is in the  district, to-dav, will also erect a one-storey  building on the ground they at present occupy. Tt will hn\e u .!l)-foot trout anil will run  back.")!) ieet.  .  The Parsons Produce Co., whoso Provincial head, Mr. J. Parsons, is here, w ill start  to huihl u one-store.\ building w ith a 110-loot  trout and running hack 7."> teet.,  P. P. McFeely, milliliter for McLennan &  McKeely, has received instruction;, to proceed with the erection , ol a substantial  block immediately. This will take the place  of the present quarters at, the corner of  Kit-st and Pearl  and  will  be of corrugated  thing-. 'Assuyer Cowell'ol the Hank ol Halifax took up to tliat institution from hi* assay office last Saturday 'evening a >I0,WK)  lii'iuli w lik-h - lie had cast und'appeared to  weigh a ton. Tt was east iu specially Hindu  mould, and the clay fort the same, Mr. Co-  well told its, was. secured, iu the, neighborhood of Atliu. This latter Hud is considered  ol great Intercut, since it will conduce to  the nljolitlou of the importation of lire  brick into the district lorsmelting purposes.  !N THE HYDRAULIC LINE.  GENERAL" HOSPITAL  ���-AND-  Several    Properties , Bonded    and  ���   > More to Follow Next Week.  . Great activity in h.wlraulic mining has,  been the lputuro of the past two weeks.  Applications lor leases ha\e lieen numerous and capital seeking investment iu these  properties appear to b�� pcrlectly satisfied  lhat the district all or.Is the best Held lor  hydraulic mining known ol in  recent years.  Large tracks on Pine Creek, liuve recent -  ly lieen bondeil, niid'also on Boulder Creek  coniimnics are invest igiifing with a view to  the same. v.  Moose, Melvin and Alder creeks are com-  inj,'to the lrout.'-Applications lor leases to  mine on (hese three creeks were made three  months njro and prospecting done iu a desultory way has shown up these creeks  to be the equal, ifv'nol superior, to any  in the district. The water facilities on  theso creeks is said to he go;.d. Three thousand inches can be obtained at the head of  Mchin. Tiny fal' of the Mirious creeks is  0(10 feet in li,0U<) on Alder, and 80 iu 15,000 on  Mosse and Melvin. A member of a company  who lime Sill claims on these creeks visited'  the ground last week and on his return, .'liter representations to those interoste'l, decided to send an engineer out to more fully  report on the ground.' Accordingly, ���). II.  Brownlee. ol Low ry & lirow nice, mining engineers, and a staff of assistants, lelt the  beginning ol the week ami is expected back  to-morrow,  THE CALEDONIA GROUP  C0."UPKT1\NT   NllKSK   AtTKNIJANTS.  Private'apartments a.id wards for male or fcinalc patients.  " Vanctejer?'" General  Store.  We carry*"1 comP^ele stock of  '"'���"  .'   PEERS'SUPPLIES    .  . A-jVo-eiV'v/'oftne K-C.   Fruit  Cai.'j-,  _ [Uo- alK\^Coffee  Company,   Vancou  ver  Ageii^^^ie Canadian  Rubber  Company, Montreal.  A call solicited.  A.    S.    CROSS    &    CO.  GORE, -BURNET & CO.,  ClVHj and  Hydjiaulic Kngineimis,  Dominion  and   Phovinctatj  Land  SUliVKYOlfS.  Miming PitojT.uiicu HandiiIU).      '  Office: Pearl street, above Second.  OARD   OF   TRADE.  Wines, Taquors  and Cigars.  Wright & Cai.i.urjcatii,    Props.  I'OR   1'INlv  VIUWS AND   PHOTOS  GO   TO  A. C. HIRSCHFELD'S  Films, Plates. Etc.,  Developed at jleasonable Ilatcs  IVarl, between ist and 2nd.  Atmn   B. C  THK    ALASKA    FLYER  65 hours to Seattle.  ��� " S. S. HUffiBOUT "  Due al Skagway  ,  Sunday, August ��7, fS99.  !   Leaves Skagway even- Ti-;x Day.s  for vSeattle   and   British   Columbia  ports. ' Buy your tickets at the office  of Pacific Clipper Line, Ska^wav.  W. H. TRIGGS, Agent. ,  V  The largest stock of  drugs and patent  medicines in Atlin.  FORTIN &  LlCCAPPELLAfN.  First Street.  Under the auspices  of thc  ARCTIC   BROTHERHOOD  On  STEAMER  SCOTIA,  I  Su n day, A tigu st 2 7th |  Will leave at 10:30 sharp. |  STEAMBOAT MATTER.  To Run a Fenee Around Taku and  Keep the Boats Away.  "The sleamlKHit'trouble last week was on  this side of the lake: now it is on tlie other,"  said a steamboat man .who came into The  Cr,Ai.M oflice on Wednesday with trouble  in'his eye, and after seating himself w out on  to tell them: ,  "The John   Jrvinjj   Navigation   Co.'  own  tlie tramway across the portage from Atliu  Lake to Taku Citj���some two miles-���and no  opposition  boat can do  business o\e'r this  1:01 tajju unless this is granted  by tlie above  company.   Then   again ,there   is  a wason]  road that leads around.   This vuiptou  road  is no new thins-, for it has been  is  use for  months before the Irving Xnvijation  Company took over the tramway.   Mo-it of the  freierht  brought  into Atliu  has come over  this wniroi: i oad, and the Iryiiir Navigation  Coinpini}   brought their Ireight that -way.  Up to the present the  tramwaj   lias been  used  in a desultory manner, enrriiiijj lmjr-i  iraao and small freijrht packages: now,  it is  claimed, everything i�� in  shape tor larjrer  freijrht to come over.    In view ot tliis ami  w ith the object of further cripplinj? any opposition that could  possiblj   come  up, the  head of this company went to Victoria some  few weeks ajro, ami pre-empted this land.  Ostensibly he   went to'secure modification  to existing trade conditions, but in  reality  it was to copper w hat ho had in hand.    With  his pre-emption, as heissaid to have brought  buck with him, he ordered two men the early  part cf the week to clear ground for a fence  around the land and thus shut off the wag-on  road to all competitors.  "Aeeordingb the men were put work anil  made \ery jrood pro;rres-,.  "This brought the freighters to their senses and it is reported the matter was  placed before the Commissioner and an order issued by him restrain;; the blocking of  the road.  "One ol the nion who did the chopping was  from the Gleaner, and towards evening of  the iirst day lie was accosted by sumo passers by as to whether he had a license. To  this he replied in the negative, whereupon  he w as asked if he w as aware tliat imprisonment awaited him for cutting timber w itli���  out a licen-sO. At thi-> he threw down the  axo and stampede 1 to the boat.  "I'd like to know," finished the narrator,  '���if the John Irving Company can build a  foucc around this country without a logger's license?"  Swing's Into the Hands of Victoria-  - "and Vancouver Men.  The latest deal is the mining line is the  sale of a controlling interest in the Caledonia group of claims to Victoria and Vancouver men���Tho-.. Dunn, H. H. .Skinner. John  Irving, M. P. P., and \V, Wilson. The price  paid for this interest could not be learned,  bill is belie-ved to be a big figure.  The property, which was described last  week in Tun CIjAUI, i->"considered by mining  men to be tho best iu the district. It is situated iu the neighborhoods of r> above on  Pine, aud comprise !���"> claims,' including- a  number of tractions. They are all benches  and were informed last week' that there  w as w orkabu ground sUfiU-ient to last for  from lour to five years.  Wlll'lli  PASS  K. K. OI.'t-TClAl.S.  Among the arrivals by the Scotia o i Thursday were officials and director, ol i ie White  Pass Railw a} : S. II. Craves, president; li.  C. Haw ins, general manager; W. H. Close,  and Caw lej bambert, directors. They were  members of the Business Men's excursion  w hich left Seattle on the nth inst. It is understood that the road to White Horse will  be pushed with all possible speed.  The railroad kings, ol perhaps thc shortest and most scenic road on earth, and incidentally, the most expensive one to travel'  o\er, were treated to a feast of virgin gold  jestorday afternoon. The company witnessed a clean-up ol ICO ounces on No. I aho\e  on Pine.  GOING SOUTH.  Among the passengers to depart this evening are .7. Moore and family, G. I.. Allan, B.  Riiiiuie, R. Campbell, Ii. C. Bcnuiiij-- and V. S.  Fiudley. They have all expressed their intention of coming up iu tho spring.  J. Wis-hart left for Victoria on Thursdn\.  SlO.oftO BKICK.  ft is no difficult  mutter to carry  iin.iXO  woithol   rotes aroiin I, hut w lieu you try it  in  the shape  of a ijold brick  it   is aunt her   dieted  J. 1). Graham, Gold Commissioner, left on  Thursday, for the Dnlton trail to settle some  mining disputes.  At a meeting held Monday night thc follow -  ing oillcers were elected for the volunteer  fire brigade: Treasurer, J. Anderson; Secretary. C. K. Courtney; No. 1 hall,Capt. Hastie:  No. 2, Capt. McFeely: No. IS, Capt. Shields.    .  J. H. llrooks is shipping out to Hennett 2i  head of slock which he is going to put to  work on tho Winter trail to Dawson, and  next week he will scud out.'i). Hcsujsiic  will pack over that trail this winter.  The entertainment and dunce iu the Arctic  Brotherhood hall to-night gi\cs promise of  good merriment. The principals are all  good musicians and should the weather  turn t > its former self a goo I  house  is pre- Ii"  ATLIN,    H.  C.fi   SATURDAY,    AUGUST 'A,,    iSoo.  ii   -  , TniC'Ati.in   Claim.     ,��� -  I'ulilished     every     Saturday    morning   'b  Cdwa.n x- Maokay.    '  t '  Oliice of publication:  Corner of Second and Traiuor Streets.  Advertising rates made known on application.    [  Our Hiibscription price,is $.1 u year, payable in advance. No paper will be delivered  unless these conditions are complied with.  our people were made to feel'during  the whole period of the Spanish war  that the wliole majestic' resource of  of imperial British power was at our  back? But possibly the Post-Intelligencer has not heard of these things.''  .   A BOARD" OK TRADE.  Events  of   thc  past  two   weeks  have  demonstrated ��� that   Atlin   is  sorely in-need of a head ���-- some organization that will watch and look  into matters pertaining to transportation, receive representative bodies  that may   from  time   to   lime  find  their  way   into  Atlin, and'  adjust  ,   other details that may come under  ^   their review.  A joint Board of Trade excursion  is being arranged for from Victoria  and Vancouver and ,is expecUd  in  Atlin by the end of this month.    Tl  is a well-known fact that .the men  who compose these bodies were instrumental,     to      a     degree,      iu  i- having'    placed,   upon,,   the    statute" books    of    British     Columbia  the  now famous bill that has  ��� advertised this Province the world  over.    Now   will   be   an  opportue  time to make ready for their advent  here,, to receive them royally;   acquaint them with.our riches aud incidentally whisper that-the Exclusion Act is a miserable failure.  Let us be up and doing, so characteristic of the district, iu the face  of the barriers we have had placed  ahead of us, and may possibly secure emulation from our visitors on  their arrival home.  One point that can b? presented  with considerable force is the  deplorable transportation facilities  given to this country.  Make use of time, let not advantage slip.  THE ALIEN LAW.  PARSONS PRODUCE CO;  -:o:-  Ald.  Ex-  Skinner,   of Vancouver,  ��� presses His Opinion.  The past week has seen a number of live  business men in Atlin. These wore Thos.  Dunn, hardware merchant, Vancouver; It.  B. Skinner, crockery and glasswaro, of the  same city, and au aldcrmuu us well; and W.  Wilson; of Victoria. ..The-latter gout Ionian  is one of the shareholders iu the Yukon &  White Pass K. It.  They are all unanimous- iu their opinions  as to tlie possibilities of the district and say  t hat next year will see activity iu every part  of the district.  '.'On the whole my impressions of the country are very good," said Mr. Skinner. "I  caine up to look into some nll'airsjii connection with thc Atliu bake I.umber Co., and  found tiiese iu a satisfactory condition.  "I was treated to a clean-up on Sunday  on 2 above on Pine creek, iu which fin interested, in company with W. I<\ Gibson,  and the claim is certainly a good one, for the  result was I'li ounces. This represented two  men for throe days. The property was one  of thc disputed ones and only purchased  some few weeks ago.  Mr. Skiuuer is not much impressed with  legislation  that keeps money out of the district, and only saw- one man iu his travels  iu the. north in favor of tho Alien bill.    "The  Alien  bill  is   the  most, ill-advised piece of  legislation ever passed in  any country, and  iiow can a men come here and not see its effect on  every side?" Mr. Skinner went on.  "Had it  not been  for that the  population  would  have   been   25,0CO.   I    see   men   with  piecos of quartz everywhere, but us long as  present   conditions-   exist, capital   rt'ill  not  come in.   There is  no telling when  quartz  laws may  undergo the- fate of the   placer  ones." -   .: -_  Groceries, Provisions,  ���..���.AND...    ���  General Merchandise.  THE  Bennett lake and Klondyke Navigation Co., Id  N". Co. advance freight cliarges on ship-'  & K. N. C. '-  Bsnanetf and Atlin  of" S kk v icn G u'a r a nt v. k u.  The H. I,. & K.  men Is via H. L.  Bsetwessn  RKCUI.AIs   SArUNGS  AND   HlCST  The B. L. & K. N. Co. are  Bonded Carrieis.  OTTO   H.   PARTRIDGE,    Local   Manager,    Bennett.  E. C. Aubin,  Agent,   Pearl Street,  Atlin.  Twenty dollars per ounce will be allowed  for nuggets to make jewelry, iu exchange  for fine gold'watch, ladies'solid gold coral  set, pin ami ear-rings, fine ebony-handled  ���ll-Winchcster revolver, gold scales, or tho  finest gun in this country���rifle and shotgun combined���with set of loading tools for  either barrel, belts, shells, etc. ' Call at  Medical Hall Drug Store, Jules Tiggert, jeweler.  It matters very little where you  find an octopus. 'He may skirt the  jagged rocks of the Pacific or find  abode in Atlin Lake. The John  Irving' Navigation Company has  lost none of its old-time proclivities. The move on the part ~of the  company last week in trying to  mono -olize Atlin Lake is on a par  with an attempt made some years  ago to laud small-pox patients on a  Vancouver dock. He tried hard,  L but he did not laud them, .nevertheless.  The Portland Oregouian believes  iu the idea of conceding a port to  Canada on   the Lynn canal.   Thus  docs it reply to the inane vaporings  of   the   Seattle   Post-Intelligencer:  "Waa it a 'glittering generality'  when the prime minister of England  about   a   year   ago   informed   the  nations    of   Europe,    at   a    time  when  there were indications   of a  movement to warn the United Stales  to keep hands oflfCuba, IhatEngland  would stand by the Uited States to  the extent of lending us her navy���  that navy which gives the law to  the oceans of the world? Was it a  'glittering    generality'     when    at  Manila last year the German fleet  took a threatening attitude toward  the A msrican fleet under Dewey that.  whenever a German ship sailed into  a Philippine harbor there sailed also  a bigger and batter ship  under the  Union  Jack? Was it  a   'glittering  generality' tint our government aud  <   MARTIN'S IIOHENLTKDEN. -  In Kossland, when the sun was low,  And Joseph Martin dressed to go  To that big banquet don't-eher-kuow?  His spirits surged tuniultiiously.  In the great dining hall so bright,  When tlie gong struck at eight of night,  All robed in evening dress���quite right���  Sat Martin in his linory.  But Ros.sluiul saw another sight.  "JVhk Joseph iu his own true light,  A man whose thoughts were dark as night  A model of stupidity.  Each speaker, spotlessly arrayed,  With wit and humor there essayed  To compliment the man who made  T!i3 ivutre of thU gathering.  Then Joe's turn cum", as was expected,     *  ' An l, as of yore, lie u.iught neglected.  To run th? whole show, no.ie excepted,  Tho province looking on.  lie dwelled at length on thU and that  Some say-lie talked rijlit though his hut,  And others asked,  "Where are we at?"  ��� While all were bored most grievously.  Then Joe grew warm, his temper riven.  And vowed that never, under heaven,  Should any province cash be given  For court, house or such flummery.  He fumed aud swore and tore his hair,  And in his wrath he did declare,  That those who were assembled there  Were hoboes from their underwear.  The eomb.it deepened, and o-ie brave,  Hutiug to hear a Martin rave",  Struck at iiis face and said, "You knave!"  Martins are but small poultry.  Then Joe, ashamed, thoso .'round did greet:  "You've woven Rossland's winding sheet,  She'll get her court house, but T'll beat  This crowd before I've done with it. "  ��� Exchange.  | Shot-Guns,- Rifles/ Revol- ��  ^ ' vers and every descrip- ^  ��     tion of Sporting Goods ���  P     at       '   ��� '      ' 'I  IlISDALL'S GUN -STORE'*  �� VANCOUVI5K.  <~,   Catalogue mailed on application.   .  '-> ' ��  fl  OTEL   O.   K.  Choice Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  LIST YOUR  LOTS AT1  -  Rant & Jones,  OLDEST  '. -     ���    ESTABLISHED  '- BROKERS  "���OF ATLIN.  Agents for the John Irving Na-'  gation Company.-,  Peakl St., .Atlin, B. C.  THE ATLIN LIGHT AND  POWER CO.  Now have a  Telephone Service  mstween  Atlin, Spruce Junction and Pine.  Stations���  Atlin-, MkdioaTj Ha i.i.,     '  Junction, Junction' Hoiish,  Pink, Gold IIousi:.  first Avenue.  WM. CUK'JE, Manager  QIMSO'N'S VARIETY STORE.  The latest styles in Costumes, Bicycle Skiits,  Shirt Waists, Hats and Millinery.  Between Rant aud WatsOn. '  British American  Corp.,   Ld.  HOTEL,  ATI as   -   -   -   -   I!, i).  Clean linen, spi-'i.,g bed..,, choicest selection  of cigars and   liquor  north of Vuncoiiver.  Kates very moderate.  ^  Counting all thc deaths from lightning during a year, the chance of being killed' by  a thunder storm is estimated by Alexander  MeCiibe iu thc August Century as being less  than one iu a hundred thousand. The risk iu  iu the city is said to be live times less than in  the country, and there few safer phieesjn a  thunder storm than a hirgcsteamship. .The  statement is made that lightiuing more often  results iu suspended animation than in death,  and tho body of a person struck by lighting  should therefore he kept warm, and every  effort used to restore animation until a  physician arrives to take the case in bund.  While there is little reason for fright during  a thunder storm, there are many people who  suffer a depression which is physical and  real, due to some as yet unknown relation  between the nervous system and conditions of  air pressure and humidity.  Notice of Dissolution.  The partnership heretofore existing)between thc undersigned as Haywood & li.won,  has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be continued by J.S.  Ilyrou who will pay all debts due by the. late  firm and to whom creditors oT the linn are  requested to 'pay all accounts due ti; the  firm. ' , 'i  W. 15. HAYWOOD,  ..T. S.  BYRON.  I  Dated the 1 Ith day of August. 1S0SI.  iy��thbridge Aug 10. - ly.ist night some  persons en route to Cardstoi found Constable Flower of the Mounted Police, in a  dying condition at at the side of the trail.  Two bullet Wounds Were descovered in his]  head from which he bled profusely, dying a':  minutes after being found. The coroner is  making nn investigation.  When in Atlin stop  . . at the . .  OLYMPIC HOTEL  First Street.  Hkadquarticks  kor   LkmAs St.  Louis Lagkr Bjcur.  First class Restaurant in connection.  A.   BURKE,    Manager.  WINDOWS.  Made any size on s'uirt notice, cheaper  than can be shipped in; also doors, store  fronts, show cases, etc., all sizes in gins**.  Carpenter shop.'on North First street, near  Discovery street.-Atlin.  B. R. VAN DEUSEN.  *&^ayjptronCo.  Direct line g^tesiuicrs  betvvu.en  Atlin  'and   Len'���ett.  The    ",..-  STEAMER ^'*"=3����S'"  ���Makes gUfrGoiiueti-  turns'with the  STEAMER   "GLEANER  /For   Bennett.  M  Ml  I  m KOOTENAY...  BAR  Finest stocked Bar in  the city,  JACK   BYRON,    Prop.  i  4  Royalty  on Gold*  Notice is hereby given that the royalty of  1 per cent, on all gold extracted is now payable for the quarter ending June 30, 1899.  All parties concerned are required to pay  same within M days from date. Necessary  nlfidnvits may be obtained at the office of  the (iolil Commissioner.  J.   I).   GTiAHAM.  ���Atlin. B.C., July II., 1&09-. ���  /1 I/,  ':)  w  &  li  i*  I  **  atlin, ��� b. c, Saturday;,- august ^ ' T899.  WILLOW CREEK DITCH.  Opening " Ceremonies  on.' Tuesday   Last.   ' ,  Speeches, Football and Dancing  Indulged In.  Last Tuesday was a foto day for Willow  creek and not'only Willow crook but Pino  city, for inaiiy hundreds turned out in tho  afternoon to celebrate t he completion of tho  big-ditch, the property of the Willow Creek  Miners' C'o-Opnrntivo Water Association.  The ditch, like the name of tlio association,  is a long one, winding its sinuous course  along the hanks of I Mud for upwards 'of two  miles, I ho intake being admirably situated  ,'whoro tho waters of the crook aro narrowed  by the converging, rock on either side. . On  Tuesday afternoon ,(110 association gave a  picnic and daucu, at which some hundreds  enjoyed IhoniHelvos.  Thu afternoon's' pleasure bogun. with a  football mutch played on tlie grassy plains  some two miles above Pino City, where diiino  nature has provided au ideal play ground.  Tho spectators woro trouto.l to an excellent  exhibition of association football, tho two  opposing teams being so well matched that  tho gunie resulted iu a tic, no goals being  secured by cither side. Photographs, both  amateur and professional, wore busy taking  pictures, and thc iirst football match played  iu this district has mude a pennant impression iu more senses than one. The teams us  they lined up were as follows:  Capt. II. J. Richardson���Goal, Eiiuet; backs,  Wright and Mclntyre; half-backs. Pinker-  ton,'Leith and liainbri^l^et'forwards, Summons, Dalvy, Smith, Richardson and Griffith.  Capt. Owens���Goal, Maddison; backs,Kirk-  wood and Owen; half-backs, Dick, Clayton  and Green; forwards, Gourly, Dalby, Atkinson, Whethain and Canavan.  C. R. Oubridge acted as referee.  Alter football all hands trooped hack to  the dancing platform, which had been erected on the sandy blull' immediately above  the head of the ditch. Thc spotwus well  chosen, as a good view of a large portion of  the ditch, hcudgutes, etc., was obtainable,  and so an idea of the work, the completion  of which the picnic celebrated, was easily  othoraudiict  iu  a co-operative spirit.    Xu  closing he wished tlio association overy suc-  C0-IH.  Mr. Pringlo said, like Mr. Caton,,lit/fell, he  had a llddlor's bidding to speak. People  seemed to think that w ith elorgyinen they  only had to press a button and the speech  would come. Rome few days ago while riding up Willow crock Ife had seen IM) men���  like all of us have been iu the past six  months���in a holo, and he was glad to see  them in the holo and right glad to see them  out of it. lie believed that the men who do  not wait, but do a thing thomsolvos whou  there is need lor it to bo done aro the men  who got on. lie hoped the ditch was only  the beginning of nn era of prosperity in this  district, and boliovod that if nil crocks emii-  lutod tho siiine spirit shown by Willow that  thn well being of the whole commuully  wouhl bu assured, lor (he gold Was  thorn and it, onlj required moil to help  each,other and the 'riches of the. gravel  would bn uncovered, lie congratulated the  association and trusted that nothing but  success would follow their cominondnblo enterprise. ' '   .  til. Cowan, of tho minors' newspaper, tho  A'J'IjIN Claim, who has used his papor so  much in tho interests oi the miner, was next  called to,tho platform, fn a few words ho  extended his congratulations to the miners.  This might only bo tho heginhiiig ol greater  co-operation. Me hoped to soo them ull  unite aud'send a gigantic petition to tho  govorniueut thar the evils ol the present  placer nut bo repealed and better legislation  substituted.' s    <-       '"   ,  Dancing' was then indulged for'some hours,  until the coolness of the afternoon made it  necessary to adjourn ,to (he Irving hull iu  Pine, where many enjoyed themselves until a  late hour. . A      ,  AliFIIES  CaKMIOHAETj,  Hon. Sec. W. C. M. Co-Op. W. Asso.  Brifisft America Corporation,c��  ATLIN,   B*   G*  Hjianujjkh at Dawson, Rknnrxt,'Selkirk, Whmk House, Pink Chkkk.    ,  ���     -The only complete stock of    ' . ' ,  Groceries and dry goods  c     _   l   In the City. '   ' 1 ' ,.  ��� Ladies' Goods a Specialty. . -     ,_' '     '"  }       New Line of Ladies' and Gent's Boots arid Shoes Just Arrived.  J   Only highest class of goods iu stock at lowest prices iu the city.   Inspection invited.'  -THK- .  Canadian Baak...  ..���.of Commerce  Corner Second and Pearl Streets.  1        f 1 J e  '   ' ATLIN,    B. " C.       ' ' .  Thoroughly' Equipped ��� Assay  Office in Connection.  Gold purchased or advances made  thereon, pending  Ihe  result of  its  npHK NORTHERN HOTEL,  X' FIRST STREET. ;'   '  The'biggest house in Atlin,  Everything first-class!  Thagard   &   Turney, -,Proprietors.  O.K.  BATHS ��� -  'BARBER vSHOP.  Tho bathsttre equally as good as found in  cities.   Side ontraucc for Indies.  LINK & PRATT, Props.', First Street.  PINE  CITY- NOTES.    ���  A. C. Co. have started iu erecting-a  the picnic celebrated  gained by the pickuickers.    ,  Mr. Robinson, for the association! made a  short introductory speech, referring: to the  absence of J. D. Grahuui, who was unable to  be present. He then read the following letter  of regret from that gentleman to the secretary of the association:  Atlin, B. C, Aug. 21, 1899.  To the secretary of the Willow Creek Miners'  Co-Operative Water Association, Pine.  " Sir���I beg to acknowledge the receipt of  your very kind invitation to be present at  the opening of the wuter ditch to supply .the  miners with water on Willow creek and I  regret very much that pressure of business  elsewhere will prevent my accepting your  very kind offer, whicli I very mtich regret.  '-Iu the undertaking of the miners of Willow-  creek, which is deserving of the highest  praise, I might say that it is an example  t'nat all the other creeks may well emulate.  It is the old say ing "Unity is Strength," audi 11  your case it is exemplified. C might state  ' tliut I have watched the work very closely  from its inception and I must say that for  the time occupied the work has been curried  out in a skillful manner and without a hitch  of ii'ij kind. Further, I have rarely sce-i a  better lot of workmen in mylifewho wo.'he.l  on the construction of said 'ditch and I  Hatter in J self I know a little about digging  trenches, having had two years military  training in said work, under strict discipline, when a man is compelled to work.  I sincerely trust that all J our expectations  may be realized and that you all may reap  the fruits of your labor and make a'stake so  that you may enjoy yourselves this winter.  Thanking you again for your kind invitation.  Yours very sincerely,  J. D. Gkaham,  Gold -Commissioner.  Letters of regret at inability to be present  wore also acknowledged from C. W.Clifford,  W. A. Spencer, and Magistrate Woods. Mr.  Robinson then called on lion. Mr. Caton to  address the meeting.  In opening Mr. Caton humorously observed that British Columbia should adopt  him, as more than once he had to take the  place of an absent government official. However, he felt it tin honor to speak on such au  occasion as this. He then proceeded to show-  how dependent we are upon water, the important place it takes in the universe of  matter and how it is a medium through  which energy exerts itself. In inspiring language ho congratulated tho miners-of Willow-  creek, as the promoters und the builders of  the ditch and he prophesied that its usefulness would not be limited to Willow creek,  but befor? long it would be extended past  Pine city ind its waters used to wash tho  The B  building at Pine City to take tho place of  tlieir present crumped quarters. The building will be 10x38 feet, and will he opposite to  the present one.  . Tlie .Enterprise Group Company was formed at Pine last Thursday and took over the  Golden Leaf und Cracker Jack claims,.one  half mile from discovery on Pine, above.  James Miller, formerly of tho C. P. R.  bridge gang in, tlie vicinity of Aldergrove,  B. C, wus taken to the Atlin Hospital'Inst'  Thui'aday, suffering from typhoid fever.  W. Owen, Pine City, who has been collecting poll-tax on the creek of that name, estimates that there are" 2,000 men .working on  the various claims.  A clean-up was seen on Harridan & Miner's  cluims, S and 9 below on Pine, on Sunday of  141 ounces. These claims adjoin Dr. Mitchell's below.  Matters in the hydiaiilic line are taking  an active shape, and before the jear is gone  much work will be done in prospecting  and arranging preliminaries lor work on a  large soule next year. Col. Creighton, who  has been in the district for some considerable time with a No. 1 plant of over 400 leet;  steel pipe 10x12 iu diameter, with ].:!"> leet  pressure, has his plant in operation at the  junction of Dominion Creek and Spruce. He  is working night and day on this'grotind.  assav  Exchange sold on-all the principal points in Europe, the United  States and Canada.  PINE TREE HOTEL.  ' .DISCOVERY, B..C.  When you come to Discovery  Take shelter under the  TREE.       ��� ���     ���      >-       -  Finest of Liquors.  Good stabling.  j t  , CHAS.  R. OUBRIDGE, Mgr.  Good dining room run  in connection���Meals at all hours.  MRS. C. II. LUCAS, Cat cress.  [PRINCIPAL ,BATH   HOUSE  '    AND. LAUNDRY.  Best  Equipped  Establishment  in Atliu'. - ,  Lake Street,'- near Sawmill.  TUEEvS   EGGERT  '  Swiss Watcumaker.   '  Has charge of government-instruments. , First street, .Atlin. .  fn Medical  Hall.  McKEE'CREEK.  Mr. L. A. Ginaca, interested in the Wini-  muca Mining Co., liU above on this creek,  suys everybody 011 the crook is doing well.  He had u cleau-up last Saturday and showed  up.") lbs of gold. This represented 1 1-2 duys-  for live men. The gold is coarse���principally good-si/.ed nuggets.  SPEAKS FOR ITS 15LP.  Eeitoh Claim: Sir,���I beg to hand you  statement of receipts and expenditures by  the Citizens'Relief Committee. J may say  that before we have granted assistance wo  have investigated, as far as possible, thc  merits of tho cases brought to our notice  und also that we have willingly assisted  those which deserved or needed help.  T. R. Bii/lutt, Trensurer-  HF.cr.irxs.  May 12���Proceeds of ball,  per J. H.  Applications for Land.  Notice is hereby given that thirty days  alter da'e I intend to apply to the Commissioner of Lands and Works for a lease of five  acres of laud for garden purposes, situate on Pine Creek, about half a mile from  Atlin, commencing at. stake No. 1 and running easterly 201 yards to No. 2: thence 120  yards northerly to No. 3; thence westerly  201 yards to No. -1: thence southerly to place  of beginning.  .      v P. JAMESON.  Atlin, H. C. July 21, 1S09.  May  Brownlcc  S   7.") jQ  10- Proceeds oi   ball,  per .1. D.  Graham   .  .    May 17���Per Mrs. Galarno    May 110���  June'.10���Contribution by M. IZIIison..  July 19���Contribution   by Australian  Society   r,xi'j;Ni)iTuui;s.  Caretaker old hospital.  Food and lodging     ...  .  Ticket to Hennett     .    .  Atlin General Ho��pital  Balance     ..    ix\ :jo  RJ  l.-i  :��i 00  ."> 00  I.") uo  :m> m  5 75  (!) SO  ." (10  212 2."p  II (!.-p  ���   ���   ���  PINE   CITY,    B.    C.  Carries a full Hue of Groceries,  Hardware, Gent's Furnishings and  Boots and Shoes.  C D. NEWTON & CO.  Proprietors.  GOLD   HOUSE  * 1  ..   ���-,  PINE CITY.  Good Liquors,  '        Good Wines  and Cigars.  Beds andjMeals a Specialty.  LETHERDALE     &    BURTON,  -- -    Proprietors.     ;  Government Assay Office.  The Vancouver Board of Trade  gives.notice that the government of  British Columbia have established  an assay office in Vancouver aud  that the banks and merchants will  negotiate the certificates issued by  the government assayer in charge,  W. Pellew-Harvey, Fairfield block,'  ODp. Post. Office, Vancouver; B. C.  CHARLES E. TISDALL,  President.  WILLIAM T. STEIN,' C. A.  Secretary.  Hotel  Cor. First and Discoverv.  -THE���  PINE CITY,  Hayks & Cornell,  Props.  .> .141! SI  J. A. Fraser, J. Anderson, E. Rosselli, C. W.  X). Clill'ord,  M. MolJougnll and J. II. Russell.  members Citizens' Reliei Committee.  Atlin, August 2II, 1S99.  benches oj Pine creek itself. He thought the  example cf ueighborlinoss and unity of action disphyed was even a more valuuble result than tjio ditch itself. He deplored the  scllish spirit that promoted a man to stake a  fraction ola few miserable feet on another  man's clain, und hoped tho day would soon  come   who   men   would   rather  help euch  llawsou journalism has been reinforced by  the publication of the Wawson Daily News,  The enterprise has been launched by some  Seattle newspaper men and professes to bo  simply a newspaper. Vm must candidly  confess that tho new-paper business like  other lines ol business, is entirely overdone  iu Dawson. However, it is a free Held, and  we would welcome a half dozen more  newspapers here as freely as w o welcome the  New ���>. -ViiUoii Sun.  Everything  in  connection   First  Fine stock of genuine .  Scotch and Canadian Whiskies  Bass' Alk, Victoria Lager,  and Stout,  Etc  Mitchell's Old Heather Dew  and Irish Whisky a  Specialty.  THOS. TUGWELL,   Prop.  Class; Good Liquors, etc.  An up-to-date Restaurant in connection.  T  ATLIN LAUNDRY  Corner Rant and  Lake Streets.  ,  Tin? Oluj:s>t7BstahijIhiibi).  Mrs. Hayes has ju*-t returned from her  trip and is about to erect the mo��t complete  steam laundry north of Vancouver. Sho  brought with her two* expert laundresses  and solicits a continuance of the work from  her numerous customers iu Atlin, Pine and  Spruce cities.  Th- b'jsl work .mil lowest prices.  r.  ITKEN & STRANAHAN,  Painters.  Neat and artistic signs at reasonable rates.  E. L. PIUMAN  Funeral   Director   and  Embai.mkr  Third and Discovery,    Atlin, B. C.  Bodies Embalmed for Shipment a Specialty  Orders on short notice.  All kinds of  Funeral Supplies al reasonable rates.  4-  ifj J y  immmmimmmmmimmiMmmssmmism li  ,������ <  ATLLN,    B. C,   'SATURDAY,   AUGUST   26,    1K9C,.��  I*'-  1 .j\  i.w  FBm? GSaim is now isrepapcd  ��� to do 'all kinds of Joh Work.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  BRIEF. STEMS OF NEWS ,  Medical Hall for patent medicines.  '    IlKbt' Wan'JT.ii���To assist  at house wor'.t.  ",   Apply this ollice.  ',      'Don't, forget, to-night's onl.ertuinuiout and  ���   dunce in thu Arctic hall. ''  Shipment. oT new goods just arrived at,  Medical Hall, First street.  Klnutrio bolts for weak-backed pco|>h) at  W. R. Dock rill's drug store.  Tho Missos. Flinnan will play a piano duct  at the oiitertnininont to-night.  Messrs. RiceA Hustle have on exhibition a  Jl-ouuun nugget. from Wrlght.creek.  "    In the Arctic Hall will  bo given solos and  ducts,to-night.   Tickets $1; ladies free.  Soptombcr   I is'Labor  Day and is a public  holiday throughout the Dominion of Canada.  Mrs. McNeil. Discovery, has now a. full lino  of drygoods, ludios'and men's   iimiishiiigs.  New.'Goods, at  Cumin'm^s  & Richardson's  Fine Tweed Suits, Boots, and Shoes and Kelt  Hats.  Prescriptions  accurately dispensed by \V.  . 'R.  Dockrill  &' . Co.,  the leading druggists.  First st. '  . Since tho institution of the telephone business between here and Pine the "'Hello" business has been very good.  If this paragraph should co'-no under the  eye of Frank Bniley would he kindly communicate with Ihis office.  Spuds 9c pei" lb. in sack; Onions 9c peril).  In viuk: liffK-; $lt.7f> ti case,at Blackett &  Co.'s Iron Store, First Streot.   (  W. A. Si*?iteeT\ manager of the Bank of  Halifax, who has been confined to his house  .through illness, is convalescing.  The customs oificci's at Skuguay have been  notified that Canadian perishable goods are  not to be charged duty in future. (.  Peter Dunn, of Birkenhead, ling., was the  vscoiid mate of tlie Columbian, who .was  drowned at Five Finger Rapids recently.  Lost���Tn the neighborhood of Pine City, a  , brown hitch answering to the name of .fess.  Finder will leave a,t Subiu & Mclnnes'.Main  street. ���     ���  Mr.  .1.  Parsons.-ot   the   Parsons  Produce  'Co., with  lioadnuarter.s iu Vancouver* B. C.  arrived in Atliu on Thur-lny on his  way to  Dawson.    .  Church  ol   tiuglu.-.id s-srvioes will  be  held  Culled   and  Condensed  From   Our  Exchanges.  Toronto, Aug. I".���At thegruud lodge of the  Ontario f. (). 0. F.this morning tho following  olliccrs were elected: Grand Master.'.J. II.  MoLurd, Woodstock; deputy master, O. J.  Lewis, of Chatham: grand secretary, J. 1!.  King, of Toronto, ro-olotof'd; Rr.tiud treasurer, \V. Gormick, of Toronto, re-elected.  The legislation relat ing to Chiii"so working  in coal mines hitherto _ passed has been  declarod ulrlii vires by the Privy Council  of Kiiglnnd, and as a result of that decision  Chinese have lipvirsef to work iiirdergroiriul  iu some of Ihe minus at Union. To prevent  this, the govi rninent havo framed now rules  to make a compulsory education test operative: as from the 1st. of August, by which the  mine inspector shall be aiithori/.ed to pro-  lii ,it any person being employed underground who is not able to read and understand the coal mines regulations. Such a  procedure, will work no hardship on the  minors employed .underground previous to  tlie date mentioned, but. will apply to all who  seek employment or who have been set. to  w ork since the 1st inst.1 I/no government has  instructed the mine inspector to strictly enforce every existing regulation calculated to  deter the, employment of objfctuuiublo labor  J ii the mines, with especial reference to section lil) (if the Coal Mines* Regulutis.n nct,f  which gives.the inspector tho discretion of ���  forbidding tho employment of those whose  ,cmplo)rncut lie considers dangerous to tlie  other miners.  M ait re  Labori.  leading counsel for Dray-  THE--  fNCORPORATRD   1809.  \  alifax  $2,000,000.00 ���  $1,250,000.00  Dust   assnved , and  Paid Up Capital   Rest   ----;----,----'-  A  general   Banking  business   transacted.      Gold  '    - purchased.,  .'Drafts, issued and money transferred to any, part;of thc world.  T��se First Bank to Oiian in AiSSn.  A Branch' has been .opened in Pine City.    Gold Dust Purchased.  W. A. SPENCER  Manager 'Atlin Branch.  Corner  IS ����XC  ot  aim  Jmrst  -   Retail   -   Butchers.  and    Peaki,   Streets.  fus,   was shot  the  back  al   Ranuos und  at corner Tniiuoi' and Third streets an Sun-  scriously wounded.  Tho road into thc Boundary country has  been completed, the first locomotive entering Cascade August 12. In an exuberance ol  spirit the editor of the Cascade "Record  printed his paper in rcd'ink amino doubt  applied liberal doses to the town.  Harry Davis killed Maud Roselle in a room  over the Monte Carlo, Daw-son. August !���>.  It was three years on August 11 tli sineo the  famous Bonanza in the Yukon country was  staked.  The Dominion telegraph line is \vithiu ,20  miles of Port Selkirk.'  The New York council voted to spend  ���sl;7J,O00 to welcome Dewey home. Elaborate  preparations are being made.  Thc City of Seattle will in futuro carry  A mericau mail. (  August   2Itli   wu> 'inoI  as polling day in  ���        . ,. 1.1 ..1  ...   n; ������..���,.,    ��o�� Westminster city.   There ,was a rumor  day at II a. in. und .! |). in-  and  at. Dissovorj    .      . ��� -  t _ ���.. > 1:1 circulation that F. Peters, former premier  at,7::W p. m. . ... ,, , , T 1      i 1 . ,1  ol l'i luce Ldward Island, would oppose Alex.  C. IV. Sawers  announces,   that   he  is  pre-    ,4���.���c|e,.S0II_  pared to receive and forward  to tho proper  ... ,.     ..        .. ��� ..., ..;,���   ,,,. j.i.���      Cuba,   Porto   Rico   and    tlie    Philippines  officers applications tor  registr.itiou on the ' ���,., ,,  , ,. allorded a market lor over SJJ,()i)U,%0 worth  voters' lists. ��� _       . . .     -  of Spanish goods.  The   orchostra th it furnisher tue music ,  ,   ' ,.  . . ,    , ., .   ���         The  express   from    .Montreal   to   Ottawa  at'the entertainment  and dance t (lis even- ' .  ^,      ,     ...     ,->    ...     .1,   A  1, .ii   ;    ;i.��� on  the Canada  Atlantic jumped the track  ing 111 the Arctic  lirotnerliood  hall  is  the ��� ,,.,,,  ,        .    ., . last week ,\uA seven people were killed,  best in the country.  ,  .��� r���. ,     1 .,      v     ti   ..     1 1  ....   1-,. The   my-siery   surrounding  the    Molsou's  J.T. Tnngar.l. ot tie  Northern   1-J ivs.-, to- ,-,,.. ,        , ,      ,  _        .        Iv ,      ���   .  ,     ������     .,    ���;���,,.   bank  ronboi-y.  \\ I'uiipog, has been solved.  day   for    Dawson    where  lie goes   to .view - , ���    , .   .  ,   ,   .       .        , .  .    ,     {.:��.,..,., ,1     Viniei-sou.  the young man under arrest, is  some good claims in which  he is interest ed. ��� ,    -.       ,.      .,     '  ,,        .,,   ,      .      ,      1,    1   .1      1-*-.   ,i     ..v.  ��� .noi.r iii yc.irs.oI ago and 01 good laii'ilj. lie  He   will  be   back  ab'jut   the   1-t 1   oi  next [ ��� " "  ., ias coi.lcssed.    lug  banks stock has gone  .mouth. , . ���    ,,     ..    ,. ...  up 12 points since tlie hading ol tne money,  R. McBrile, M.P. P..  lelt  lor New West- . -  .���       , ���        ..,  ���  ;��� .,>.,.,,, I    Late despatches indicate that  the chances  minster Tuesday.    He  will  return in about ' .  , , ,ll ,   ,      1: 1 ,    1.      ,.    ,   it   or Dreyl us   acquittal  are becoming smaller  three weeks.   Although he did not say so, it ���  ,    . ,    1 -ti  ..   1 1        1   .     ..!.��� s�����     ntnl smaller.   .  isprobablehew.il taken hand  in the New  Westminster election. rj ne recent rise in dressed beef. Chicago, is  ,', . .111.,,  , ,   ,,., ,'eported'to be due   110*  to   n shortage  in  The excursion on  the   lake-tomorrow   1:11- tIi.      .-^t, ��� , *  ., . ci       1     .;,   ii..���-i.=,.i.,.,���i cattle, but to ehorts of American packers to  der the auspices ot the  Arctic liroUierhood ,  .     ��     u '  ....  . , 1,    ..      ,    1-;f  ,, ��� ��� ���'.,n,u,. arive   Australian   betf   out of  the  linglish  bids fair to be well attended  it  tneweatner . .  .    .. , ,       n,. .   . ,.,.       r  .���;,, .,,,,1 market,   causing   a   shortage   in the   homo  is favorable.   Tins is a ma jmiiccut  trip and  no one should miss it who ea.i attend. "mr cet'  ,,       ���   t,       ,,-1   1          -hi    1.1.   ..���;nni -.+1 1 The Washington government has begun to  Rjv. Father \\ hsl in \\ ill hold s-jrvices at Iii .           ,       ,                .,    ,  o,,   ,0n .   ,,��� jT'int permits under the  new  Alaskan  code  a.   111.  to-morrow  morning   in   Russell s pa-  .,.         .,       .           .,,                    _   ��� , ,,t  .,,,, to persons and linns to sell iirearms to the  vilion.   Services will eomnidnce siiai-|> ai   the '.  hour  mentioned   in  onler   that   those  who �����*"'<��> ot Alaska.  wish muv be able to leave on the excursion. A   terrific storm  ssvept   over  the Scotch  Mr. Mead, of Maher & .Vead.The Exchange, r<>ast August  Kill.    At Ira/.erburg. u town  is   in  New   Westminster, hi,  old home, an 11 ���'���'"��^s north oi Aberdeen,  ^fishing cult  visit,   lie intends waiting over until thc elec- �� ��re ��'"^��'�� "' fl'�� K"'*.  tion on the 3lst of tliis month, so that ho maj !'��� A. Reuaud. who brought Jake Kilruin  have an  opportunity of voting against the to America and managed him  until his de-  government. rent by Sullivan,  believes Sharkey  will de-  Business in the small debts court has boon r��iir 'lutl ''l��,s'  exceedingly   brisk  during  the past week, a Reports  iroin   southeast   Russia are  that  very large  number of cases being disposed lvcent drought iu that portion ot thecouu-  of.   There are  at  present  30 supremo court try has caused the utter loss of  t!.e winter  and 28 county court   cases 011 the calendar, and spring wheat crops.  There   being   no   county court  judge  here The Sanyo railway of Japan  lias recently  the hitter cases may  have  to layover for a 1>llt  ;1Ito sl.,.vicc some dining cars to serve  year. meals to passengers on  the  "foreign  plan."  Moiis. Juniie   do   Ln-uure,    editor   ol   the Sleeping ears similar to  the  Pullmans will  Klondike Revue of Paris, and his secretary, soon he added.  Moiis.  li. Crom left 011 Thursday for the out- ,v lww steamship line to bo operated from  sid.!  on their way to France, where they ex- Seattle to Alaska,  Honolulu  and  San   Fruu-  pect to reach iu time to make arrangements (.1SL.��� wj|| ,��������� |���, established by  the Seattle  lor the placing of  numerous curiosities at * s.111 Francisro Railway and Navigation Co.  tne torthcoiningexliibitioii.   The gentlemen ..      ,          ,   ,,       .    ,          ,    ...    .   .       ,  ,���       ,                 ,,                    11, .'r. Joseph Martin has admitted the charge  arrived   on Tuesday from Daw son. and utter .                                  . 1     ������       1           r .���     1  -      ,.       .  . of cham|)crtybclore the Uenehers of tne Law-  viewing PincCreok und its vicinity are more .  siinguiiii!   than   over  of  the   prosperity   in  store lor Atlin. |     '^-idoi.t      Kruger     has     accepted     l.r.  j Chaii.bcrlain's liroposnl lor a Joint Coinmis-  | sion   on  the Franchise bill.     The  bnrgher.s  I eoi.tiniie to arm.  I Tiic II. C. Gazette announces that Joseph  the strength -giving bean���all slide into obli- j l1eu Graham, ol Atlin, government ugeut, has  vion wuen tue journey so.ith is planned on I l,p('" appointed u stipendiary iiuigistralo for  a list and commodious boat line the Hum- j '����' County ofVaucouver, such appointment  hoi It, w nidi is advertised to sail lrom Ska- ! u> <lllte u'<><" February 17, lbfl9.  ku.i t��-ni jiT.i .v. Pjoplt? leaving hero to- , Sir Charles Tupppor. lender of the (ipposi-  night arrive at Sua,'iiay the following even-j tion in the House of Commons, w as inter-  jng and ran step olf the train onto the bout , \ iew ed iu Liverpool regarding tlie Alaskan  and go o 1 their wa>  rejoicing. , boiiuilar.i nllair.   lie st 1 ongly urged two ,il-  Builders*- hardware, BVS'esters'' Supplies,  Tinware, ��� ���  (ZxraniiGwssre,  ���' EtGm, Etc   ���'.���''  TINSHOP  IN  CONNlvCTlON.  FIRST STREET  ATLIN, B: C.  & CO. (Limited.)  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN  EIRST-CLAvSSAIANNER.  RjciA& I-lASTitf, Propriktors;    David Hastik,  Manager.  Corner of Eirst and Discoverv Streets.  THE    NORTH    AMERICAN  "A  GREYHOUND  AJM  ??  Harry Ollard,   Master.  The FSe&test Sieassaer osi the Lathes.  Aliin City to Bennett City Every Monday, V/edrtssday and Fridays.  Eark���First Class, $12.50, Including Two Meals and Berth.  Skcond Class,  $7-50..  T.   J.   WATSON,  Agent,  Atliu Citv.  Office with T. J. Watson & Co., Mining Brokers, ist bet. Pearl and Yvalson.  En  iroKer anc  Placer aud Mineral Claims Bought, Sold and Managed on commission.  All kinds of Mining Papers made out and Alining business transacted.  Partnership accounts adjusted.    Books and accounts audited.  Will,be at office Tuesdays, Thursdays aiid Saturdays, and on the creek's  Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.���Office open every day.  DrscovKRY St., Njcar Third, Atlin, B. C.    P. O. Box 97.  There is no pleasure in life so sweet as  travelling on a first-class boat. All dull care  --the worrit's of a mining camp; the old  familial   slic->  of li'icou,  potted meats and  toruatives, either that tho United States  should submit the controversy to arbitration, or tliat Canada should construct a railway to Dawson, thus opening up a purely  Canadian line of communication witli the  goldlields.  The salmon run on the Fraser isvorj large  this year.  Vancouver "defeated Nelson I goals to 2  at lacrosse August. 12.  Ti. II. Gray, tralllc malinger of the White  Pass &. Yukon, is reported to have made the  record round trip between Skgnwny and  Dawson." His time was nine days and lour  hours, including a stop of a full day at  Bennett, and this is believed to bo speedier  than the round journey of miybod.i yet reported. Mr. Cray lett Sknirw ay at ,S o'clock  tho morning of July 2i), and arriicd at Dawson at I o'clock tho afternoon of tin- '.list.  He finished transacting his business at the  Klondike metropolis and bft there on tho  return at 7 o'clock the eivuing of August i  arriving back at Skagway at noon August 1.  ag;>od MOVE.'  From the Vancouver World:  At a special meeting on Saturday of tho  t ran s porta tion com pa. lies direct I.i interested  arrangements w ere perfected and a rate of  SI I iucliisii e of meals and bi'r.'hs. o.i both the  C. P. Is. Co. and the Irving lino steamers,  ndoped for the business men's excursion to  Atlin on (ho 22nd inst., the tickets being good  for Ml days lrom that date. The excursion is  under the auspices ol the boar.Is of trade  of Victoria and this city, and limited to tho  actual business men, mining operators and  imvestors, member* of the Legislature and  newspaper folk of tho coast, provincial cities,  each being properly accredited by the  secretary id'thc board, to beontitled to the  greatly reduced rate. The adwmtngc thus  presented for senina tho new gold Holds 'of  the middle north ecoiuomienlly can scarcely  be over estimated, and no doubt a \ery large  number ol Victorians und Yunoouvcrites w ill  hail the opportunity.  Vancouver lias biiil.iiugs this year to the  amount of t>l,'2.~>:),(l()!) erctod or in course ef  oivction. i  A CARPENTER  With n small amount of cish can buy the  best bench claim in this cojiutry, nil under  roof. Has yielded mure'gol I t bun ��� anj  bench here. I have the be/ garden iu Atlin  and a house to liie in, all lenced. As I am  leiiiinx .Vtlin, nor to rcturil my i.hui* is lor  sale for less than half v. liutji( cost, together  with tiic good will of my cirpout.'i- business,  making nil kinds of shop vju'k, doors, windows, show cases, etc. [all at carpenter  shop, north First street. m,ir Discovery St.  B. 3. V.VpJ Di'USEN.  '���  _   <  k

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