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 '/&{���  CLAIM.  <\  VOL.- 7:  ��� ATLIN, B. C,SSATURDAY, .AUGUST 9,    1902.' .  NO.   160.  THE SUNRISE CO.  New   Plant Installed on  the  London Group.  Yollovv channel   Exposed Gratify ing1.Prospects Some Very  Substantial Work Done.  THE ATLIN HOSPITAL  The Sunrise Co.'s'new plant, on  the Lou'dou Group, is taking water  M'oni the south ditch, and has an  increased pressure ol" 50 feet over  their oilier installations, ihe head  now being 119 feet. This is,the  first hydrauliciug" done on the high  rim on the south side of Pine-  Creek.  Water was turned on last Mo'ii-5  day'aud by Tuesday a face was  opened up exposing the "yellow  channel as expected. The face  shows a depth of between! 15 .to 18.  feet of yellow gravel,' and the  gravel itself appears to be, at this  point, less than 6 feel troui the surface of the' bench. 'From the lay  of the gravel the channel was running south-westerly, away from "the  present creek, in the direct Ton. of;  Stevendyke Gulch and- Spruce  'Creek.- -    ���      . ���    -      jr. A, A -'-  The characteristic points of the  gravel are the large - accumulation  of round and. oval boulders.the gravel itself being more or less cemented, but \iekling readily to the  monitor.  Where exposed, it may be mentioned that, this is the lowest point  on Pine Creek where the ��� yellow  channel has been found, and from  general indications it is most probable to be the last appearance -on.  .the present channel of Pine Creek.  The flume hasbeeh very substan-  tially laid,Mil setting it the rim was  cut down to a depth of about ro  feet in order lo bottom the channel.  It runs neaily parallel with the  present bed of Pine Creek.  It is the i. tentiou of the Company to follow the channel up  stream.pining down from above.  We congratulate _the Company  upon this commencement of serious  development woik on their valuable property.  Women's  Ward   now. Completed.  Funds  Provided   by   Prosbyterian  Ladles  of Toronto Furni-  ture Required.  The new addition.to the Hospital, the women's ward, is now completed.- Il consists of one large  ���ward, a private -ward, bath room  and a reception room.  Before this addition was erected  the'nurses on many different occa-  sions'.williiigly gave up their own  private dwelling in cases of maternity.;.      -'.V    X..-  X  The   expense   of  building   this  new ward   was   subscribed   by ��� the  presbyterian ladies of Toronto,  the  cost  being  over one thousand dol-  ���*'*      _. *    ���       .'       -    ��-  lars.  Furniture is" now-required, and  considering thai the hospital has  been in existence three years aud  that no one', ,whatever his or her  circumstances, was turned away,  rich or^poor, heathen ar. christian,  one aud all get the.sanie . treatment  and.attention. . .Too .much cannot  be said, in .praise- of the nurses,'  whose indefatigable efforts to bring  comfort to the sick are to say the  least comiueuda.blej it is not asking  too much of the residents; of this  district to subscribe liberally to the  list that is now - being circulated  around.  The Stevendyke Co.  Double Wedding" at Spruce  - Creek.  Miss. Lydia Iloudreau and. Mr.  Armand Piquet, anif^Miss Marie  Boudreau and Mr. Alexander Blon-  deau were- married, on . Tuesday  last, at Mr Boudrcau's residence on  Spruce Creek, the cereniony was  performed by Father- MacKinnon.  The brides are both daughters cf  Mr. and' Mrs. Peter B.xidreua,  only 'the" intimate friends of the  families were invited.  We .wish them nil every "happiness.    .    .-  The Sijv.iu.lyke Partnership we  are informed aie working on the  westerly edge of the bench upon!  which tlie yellow channel has been I  exposed by the Sunrise Co., "and'  are running a big gioiuid-sluicecul I  to trrn-e if ; ossible the existence of.!  this valuable depcsil as it crosses'!  their pro eriy. Indications war |  lanl them in pus', ing the work;,  and we trusi ih< ir .search may I  have a similar sttiAic.loiy -"oncUi-'  si.ju as tlril unending' th.- Ainri.-i'-  o >.T,t'.io.:.s.     "'���,.'  RATES ON ORE.  The Rate not yet  Fixed by-  White Pass Officials.  President .S., H. -Oravcs and  Siipt. P.. F. Scl'iai'schinidl oA the.  While"'Pass Route, vaine in lasf  Wednesday, b'.r. have made no tie-  finite arrangements as to rates on  o*c sbi" 111 .-nn whi -h it   was   antic:,-  1    J.    H.    Richardson,  Successor   to  Cu minings    &    Richardson,  The  Leading House  NOW'S   YOUR   CHANCE:'  For   Bargains  In   Dry  .Goods,  .Boots   and   Shoes.  r        '   ^      > ' / y  The Canadian Bank, of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP , $8,000,000.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  San Francisco,  ; . " ��� , - Portland,"  ,   ��� ' x t , Skagway, etc  Exchange sold on ail Points.  Goi.n Dust Pukchasku���Assay Ofimck in .Connkctiont.  J. S.  MUNRO, Manager.  LOUIS   SCHUU,  Wholesale    and    Retail    Butcher  FIRST   STREET;    ATLIN,   B.   C.  ��� Agents for;  THK   STANDARD   OIL   CO.,   '  THK   CUDAHY. PACKING    CO.,  .<.   "      ' CHASK   &   SANBORN,   (Seal Coffee).  '   "   A    ���      ROSK   OF   KLKNSBURG    BUTTKR.  Yx y:        Wholesale - .&-   Retail  The HOSS - HIGGINS Co.,  We solicit your Mail Orders.  SKAGWAY,  Alaska  Pioneer Mm and Restaurant  Sl'KCIAI.TIKS   IX  i   .    FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY. <  Fresh'Bread, Rye Bread, etc.  Cha.s.  Mykk, Proprietor.  G001I Ituonis t<< Kent ���By the Day, Week or Mont li at reasomihlt; rati-s.  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  Window...,  Dodis,  .Mcu't   lliilf Solus iiml Slicii! Xitil-.   ������ Henry Diston A Son's Satts.-  Glass un<l PnttP.v, etc., <'*<���. ,  BOOM BANG BOOM! Dynamite,   Caps   and   Fuse.  Full Line of Winchester-���Black & fcmokeless���Rifle & Shotg-un  Cartridges.  Goads   Bouqht   Sold   <ll:(l   I xiii.inqed.  THE    WHITE . PAvSS   .61 '������ YUKON  ROUTE.   -�������� ��� - -  Pdrisenger and Kx press Service, Daily (except Sunday'), between  Skagway". Log Cabin. Bennett, Caribmi, W'iiite Horse and Intermediate  :ioiuts, making close connecti.ins with our c�� n si earners at White Horse  for Dawson ��nd Yukon points, and al Caribou lor Atlin every Tuesday  and Friday;  Returning, leave Atlin every Vorday and Thursday.  Telegraph Service to Skagway.     Hxprcss   matter  will   be received  lor shipment to and fr< in all poin'.s in Canada and the United Slates.  For information relative lo Passenger, P'ieight, Telegni] h or Kxpress  Rates ap.dy to any Agent oTthe Company or to  J.   P.   LidC, Traffic Manager, Skagway.  J. LirscoMHK,  Local Agent. Atlin. B. C.  c;. k. ii.< vi'.s.  .1. >;. C<uim:i.i..  iiati'd   wA.ld -.-!��'.:   ad'nMed  "U  .-..        -     "       "���    '. j-  Ail.        ������  '   . ���  UA  Discovery.  *"   OIAX   DAY  A XI)  XfGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RKSTAURAXT  IX  COXXKCTI.'"'X.  J J r'; 111 r 111,11 11* r-. Tin* I Si it in' r i*   ('.in i tt t * sl.i^i  NE TREE HOTEL.  IMSCOYKRY, B. c.  Finest of" liquors.     Good stabling.  l'.n. S.\Mis, I'l'iiin ii-ti.i-.  MOTEL"VANCOUVER.  i:l.st  i.i(,irni:s  a  cii;u;s  Cum.   Ai'i'iimwiiIia'I (')'..        I.'i si ,\( i.-,��n r    in  (   O.NM  <   I II   \.  >. JOHNSTON.   I'n.p.-i. l>��r.  tin., I Sl.ililin^ Im    Unit".  ,.11,1   I',/�������.  -1 .?r  V-  ATLIN,  B. C.,-SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, x^p  The Atlin Claim.  hv  Fuldlshed    every    Suturilaj   iiiornln  T.'.(K An,IN CLAIM   I'lllll.lSHlSO Co.  A.O. lliKsrHPEl.11. Klilion".  ' l). Tmui l.r.Brt, Suh-Kditor.  Offloe of niililiiMitloii IVui'l S-., Atlin, H. 0.  Advpi'tinlriK;   Kato* :, $1.00   per ineh. eiudi  Insertion.    lUuulinn notices. H.ri   eents u line.  Special Contract lliites on application.  The subscription price ii *.ri a year pny-  rIjIo In <idvtui<'f>. No |i iper will be delivered  unless this condition is complied with.  Saturday,  Aik'.ust 9, 1902.  It will be by.this time, just four  3'ears from the inception" of the  camp, quite evident to anyone who  has given the matter the slightest  consideration that we have in oiir  midst two elements deliimenlal lo  the welfare of the district.  These two elements.are, on the  one hand, tli'e parties owning property, which they sire ,dcsiioi:s of  disposing" of by any means justifiable or otherwise and who are  therefore desirous of "bo.".i:n;ug"'.iie  camp unduly, .and ,. c.'Op body  knows the rer.c'.icn lhat is bound  sooner or later to follow a ":>".om.':  The other e'sni'nt, \A h does  not perhaps c j so nu;A h.-.r'n, consists of those, partie.--, wl;o own  properly, which Ihey   aro  d-Ai:or.s.  Inducin?--* Investm  -> ���- +  That we have a mining district  worthy of more than ordinary attention'is known to us,, what is  needed is.ably put forth in an art-  icle'appearing in, the Mining and  Scientific Press, from which we  take the following extract. '  "The possession of mineral  wealth is not' enough. It should  be made known. One good way  is ��to help the local newspaper.  This is an age of advertising, and  the press is the best for announcement. Tell the local editor the  truth, buy his paper and pay for it.  What he says about your, prospect, if il has ihe right ring' lo if',,  will lit; noted by the larger journals aud thus gel before ''canital."  YVIuMin' "capital'' does gel as lar  as your town, don't assume lhat it  can be easily led.- --"Capital is usually shy and . you   must secure its  Ceriisiaiiics of-improvtsmtsnts.  coAde  i.'CC.  Tell   the   truth;    the  of holding and who  a io  1uire !  iliis end in view- do  leciy vA   value  of  :: .guA-i 'to  to   ac-anire.  harms    the  c  to help a  .A] and ac-  .;.':���! ol its  d ihioiigh-  )��� \ A exists  .- '.cr means  more, ana with  tlieir utmost to  all  property  at all  that which the;.'   v.'X  This   of   course   n.-i  standing of I lie ca.np  What   is   nt." -; ;i  camp along is in hav  curate news a:"i into:  capabilities d A\r;ui:"  out the poi'/.t-". wiioic  and we can sugg-v-l ;:���  than an cxi:.. ;:>���!..', j r... :rt made by  a competent.'at: lArA.  Il is now over lv. o years-since  we were visited by the Provincial  - Mineralogist and since that time  many changes have taken place  and much development work has  been" done. '      '.  We think that' the Government  might see their way to again send  their Mineralogist lo visit, and report on, this district, and we are  sure that his report, which would  be impartial, would give the outside public a good idea of just really what we have hi this district.  We have contributed, i:i the last  four years, a large quota lo the revenue of the province and it is not  too much lo ask for this very slight  recognition from the Government.  The matter is, in our humble  opinion, at least worth ventilating,  truth is good enough and most people beiiov'o il., Don't inflate prices.  Let the buyer have a. chance lo'  make a 'litile. True -the prospect  may bi worth & too, 000, , lrut  wouldn't il be better to take a little  As than lo Imld out'for .your own  1 g'.u-. '���Ci'-iUal'' is 'willing lo  1'.-.ke changes sometimes but; if it  s ��.way, you may have to .hang  to your $ 100,000 .property folic- lime, and may even die wail-  Tweulv-five    " thousand     is  II01.Y   CKOSS,   FRENCH     AND  ' ALVINIi  Mineral Claims,   situate"   in   the   Atlin  Mining: District, nttlieSW corner of Atliu   Lake,   t\vo"'milet  from  Atlin l>uke,  nr.'ar Holm Creek.  KTOl'lCE is hereby given that  I,  Noel La-  rSvor.liere, F.M.C., No. 11,4885. and,'as Attm-  ney-lti-fuet. for Tom.Laverdiere, F.M.C.'; No.  B 4834, nnd Frank Laverdiere, F.M.C., No.  H  4SD2, intend IK) days from date hereof, to apply to the Minliigr Recorder for n Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of ohtaiu-  in<; a Crown Grant of-the above claims.  And Fciitiikk Take notice that actinii nn-  dor Section !17'must he commenced ecTore  the isnuuire of inch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 2r.tli dayof Juno, 1<��.  je2S-6lUI "Nijtr.i/LAViSKnjiiltH.  ' HUTTI-:,-      "11ELKNA"     ninl     "GKKAT  ���   FAI.1.S" Mineral Claims, .Situate at the  South end of Atliu Luke in the Atlin Dih-  U'ict, !ihoi:i   two   iniloii front the head of  Torey I nlet.  ���yAKK Notice I'fr.i, I, ,1. II. IJi-i'V.'ih-. A   -ill  for  .lolni   '"\< h ���', I'.'-i,: .. -"tl, li :''';.'. in-  tend C'diij-i fii>;,i iliii'   /..M'.-.-i i-, ..iiply t.i the  Miiiin,..-    l!'".i)i-:l.i'   f��u-   C.-rtiiieiitek of   Ini-  pr.jv.-mcnti; for   iliv   purpose  of obtnininir  Crown Oinnt^ ot.ti... above elniins.  Ami    "'u.iVii l-.ll,    'luke  notice   tlint   iittion  tinder Suction !I7 must be commenced before  the issuance of such CcrtiHuuto of Improvements. J.   II.  HIIOWNIjHK.  Dated at Atlin, this 2nd day of .Inly, 1U.-2.  jy-5-lluil  Notice of Dissolution.  ���RTOTrCK is hereby, tjiven that tlio pnrtner-  ship  heretofore   pxintiiiff  between tlui  iiudersisined   at Atlin, B. C. as "CiimmliittK  & Kiulinrilson." bus this day b"nti dissolved.  Mr. Kielmnlsoii,,who continue* business,  will pay nil liabilities and collect all ne-  cniuits.  Dated ut Atlin. II. C��� this 2Ktli duy ..f .luno  lliv2. John Cu.mminch,  .1.   UlM.VAKI)   ItKJIIAllliUOS.  ' IF   YOU  WANT  Information  CONCERNING  MINES &MINING PROPERTY  In the Atlin District,  WRITK  TO  Am Cm Hirschfeld  Real   Estate  and   Mining   Broker,  on  I siir  I in"  THE ROYAL HOTEL,  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  The Hoard of Trade will discuss  tlie advisability of taking action  on the above suggestion al its next  monthly meeting.  Governor Ross.  Improving  Rapidly.  Gov. Ross luu>- not yet been removed froin White Horse and is  still at Major Snyder's residence.  He-has.recovered his speech and  can now move his limbs. His  physicians have every hope for his  speedy recovery, and are generally  pleased with his progress.  worth  more  to  a  live, man   than  p. A~n,ooo piospect lo" a .dead one.  Then,  .loo,   if    "capital,"when ��� it  gels to your  place',   lakes /a'fancy  lo sane property  other   than, your  own. don't tell the   visitor that  lie  will hi' sold'if he -buys that', or that  you can put hhii on   to  something  belter.    Let your neighbour, friend  or enemy, make a  sale  if he  can.  The.   next   best    thing  to   having  iiKiiiey yourself is for someone else  near you to have   it.    It   would   be  even   well  for  you  to  praise   the  other  fellow's  property   a  little���  much better  than   to   "knock  it".  One   investment,    if   satisfactory,  leads to  another,   and  the sale  of  your  .neighbour's    properly   may  help you dispose oc yours.    Of one  thing be  sure:   "Capital"   will  be  ready to believe  any   mean  things  you may tell it, aud  will  feel  like  taking the  next  stage out  of the  place, while  a  little  broad  gauge  treatment may  be  the  means    of  considerable resultant  good'to  all  concerned,"  Many a mining camp of merit  has been "queered" forever by the  mistaken notion of its residents  that a would-be investor who strays  in there is a lit subject for imposition. While they cannot affect the  existence of mineral in the ground  if they keep men from going down  after it, the result is the same as if  the ore were annihilated. Millions  of dollars of ore in the ground will  never benefit its owner nor the  community unless it is taken out, I  and the men who are able to go  after the ore should be met fairly  by the prospector or promoter to  the mutual benefit of all. Prohibitive prices and misrepresentation  never opened a mining camp.  "Besides telling your   local  editor theHue new*   ahd   buying  .his  This   New   and   Commodious   Hotel was opened to the Public,  April  '   i6lh, 1901.���Everything iu it is New.���Strictly .First Class.'  CIIOit'CST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  % THE    KOOTENAY   HOTEL.  George E. Hayes, Proprietor  Cor. First and Trainok Strickts.  <y This i'ir.st Class Hotel has been remodeled mid refurnished throughout  Q ami oll'ers the best accommodation to Trnimient or Permanent  S Gues>ts.���American and Kuropean plan.  ��r Finest Wines, Liauors and Gigars*  * "   Billiards   and   Pool.  d��o'*Cr��c(^c^o^:**��*a*o��o*ce��>a*^t*o*c^o*:o*��*o��o��o*.o*cs^��':'->  THE ORAM�� HOTEL  FINICST lCQUIPPF-:i) HOTliI, IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  French  Restaurant in   Connection*  David Hastik,' Proprietor.  Corner oi" First and Discovery Streets.  THE   QOLD    MOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Month.  The Best of Liquors and Cigars always in Stock. ��� Fine stable iu con  uection with the House.  AMERICAN    AND    EUROPEAN    PLAN.  (). W. Johnston. Milliliter.  FOR  Call, and get Prices at  I I  ��  ���x^  ATLIN,   B.C.,    SATURDAY,   AUGUST g,   1902.  Wo  can   give'/You. as Good Value for your CASH as QpQCerieS, I3rOVisioriS9~et:C.  TT *"*      any House in Town. ���       ' _  (riant   Powder  on   hand..  Try   us- - with'; it * and  see*  J*. JTiu  raser $  paper, and showing in all' ways  that you appreciate his value, give  him a little advertisement of your  property. You wonft lose . anything by it. 11 were also well lo  take and'carefully read,a good mining paper. You will often see  therein the names of men .'who are  on the lookout (or mining property;  write them'briefly, setting out in  short meter what you think your,  local advantages are. '' Get your  neighbors to make up a little  purse and have some neat circulars  printed; send those out to. any address that may seem to you, desirable: 99 out of every 100 may he  wasted���circulars usually are���but  one out of each hundred may- start  au enquiry. Just consider you  have something to sell that needs  advertising, and advertise accordingly.  You cannot attract deserved- attention except in some such way,  It isjusfas good business to advertise the resources of a mining district or the ��� merits of a particular  property as to advertise a' concentrator or a' hoist. The idea is" to  make a sale and do business."  Dawson Telegraph Operators  go out on Strike. ���  A special wire from Dawson  states that the' Government Telegraph operators are out on strike,-  due, it states, to 11011 - payment of  salaries and reduction of one third  in wages.  - So far the service is not interrupted and there is no likelihood of  any serious trouble.    ���  Klondike Clean Up.  The estimate of $30,000,000 for  the spring clean-up is the "largest  on record for the arctic gold field,  and goes to prove the permanency  of this source of the world's gold  supply. , ' -  Pointers.  In building flumes ,in dry weather the condition of the board lumber used should be ��� noted. If dry  and seasoned' it should not "be  nailed, to make close'joints.... An  allowance should be made for the  swelling of the boards when they  become wet. Partly seasoned lumber or even lumber green from the  saw can be used for flume construction. When battens are used in  the boxes it is best to nail only one  edge till they have been well soaked up by the flowing water.  Pine or fir riffle blocks for sluices  are apt to occasion loss of gold,  because of the pitchy grease exuding therefrom, flouring ' the  quicksilver.  The ordinary rule for proportional dimensions of mine post timbers  is that the diameter of the , post in  inches should he equal to its length  in feci.  The, A.O.U.W. at Home.  The entertainment' ' given last  Friday by tlie A. O. U.W., though  not'so well attended as the previous  one, was; voted another success.,  The disciples of Hoylc and Cavendish , had a good time. The  Ping Pong Tournament went off  with, a vim aud much interest was  evinced; Mr. II. Voting took the  first prize "whilst ihe honour of carrying off the booby prize fell to Mr.  A. Kaye. .Some of the guests tried  tlieir hands' at the targets with  varied success.  Then a well served lunch was  passed -around and an enjoyable  evening woundr up by the ' ever  popular dance.  Sunday's Excursion.  The "Weather Man" evidently  took note of Mr. Lipscpinbe's warn:  ing and Ihe Scotia failed on time  with a' full cargo", of pleasure  seekers. . *  A number,of passengers got off  at >Mc. Kee Creek aud visited the  Hydraulic Workings", of the Atlin  Mining Co. and combined!with the  pleasure .of picking" wild strawberries, which abound in profusion,  all had a good time.  The " contingent, who went to  Pike'R'iver'enjoycd-'a game of base  ball after lunch and altogether the  outing was a most pleasant one  and the thanks of all the excursionists for the courtesies shown  them is due lo all, from the gallant  Captain to the cabin boy,  On the return trip' iii the afternoon the wind freshened considerably and " got in its deadly work"  on'two of our leading legal luminaries, one lost a brand new hat  and the other got a brand new  suit of clothes wet while regaining  the steamer-al the mouth of McKee; but no-matter, we trust soon  to have another pic-nic.  l"OR  OP  Alaska,   Yukon  and  Northern   B.C.  I'ROJI  Skagway to Atlifl & Dawson  GO  TO  HIRSCHF ELD'S  and Grape  Rings  And All Kinds of 'Jewellery Manufactured on the Premises.  0S&-    Why send out when you can get goods as cheap here?       , ���  Watches From $5 u/>.   Fine Line off Souvenir Spoons*  JULES EGGERT & SON, The Swiss Watchmakers.  NOTICE.  'l'liu I.e Roy,  Ltd.,    I.in.',   .Minim;   Company,  f   awning th�� l-ii Kin',  Hon   Tail, IIi.auk  Jack, Hutj-b,   Isahkm.a,  Idaho, Lkcsai.  'J'KNDISII.    and      I.ITTLK    JOH      J'1 IS ACTION  Mineral Claim'', situated   in  liuiny llol-,  low, Chilluit Mining Division of Ca.ssinr  -    DUti-iet, II. C.  To HAKNAltl)   HOVI.  ��n: Otiikii iuh Agknt  on Auknth:  T tliu iiiiilei'MKiied-Jos, W: Smith, part  ' owner of the ahove-iiamed mineral  claims, hei-ehy tfive notice to the above-  named Barnard lloyl or other his Afrent or  Agents, that I do hereby request the said  Barnard Boyl or other his Agent or Agents  to contribute his .share of the assessment  work done on the said claims, via.: one  year's assessment work, from July, 1001 lo  July, 19,i2, amounting; to the sum of $1G!I.4().  Unless the .said amount he paid to me on or  before the 7th daj- of September next, I shall  proceed, under and by virtue of the powers  conferred by Section 4 of the Mineral  Amendment Act, 1900, repealing Section 11  of Cap. 4.1 of the Statutes of 1SD9. ���  .fop. W. Smith,  ' Hy JSO, P.  LINDSAY,  1 l Atty.-iu-L'uct,  Atlin, B. 0., June 7th, 1902.     ' 3m  1   Certificates of Improvements.  DISCOVERY    Mineral   Claim,   Situate    on  Pine creels, at  or  near the town of Discovery,   iu  the Atliu   Lake Mining District, 1$. C. ,  j -      '  ��T*AKE   N'otice that I, W.   Pollard   Grant,  ,        "Assent   for   V.   A.  Wise, I*. M. C. No. B  628114,  ami   Nellie* H.1 Uuiimills, P.M.c., No. B  ���1127, intend 60 days  from date hereof to apply to the Mining Kccorilor for  a   Certificate  of   Improvements,   for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim  Axn li'UKTHEli Take notice thut action mi-  'tlor Section 117 must lie commenced  before  the issuance ef such Certificate of  Improvements.  Dated at Atlin. IL C, this 17th day of July,  1902. \V. Por.LAiiu Gkast.  KOCK OF AGES Mineral Claim, Situute  on Pine Crceki nt or near the town of  Discovery, iu the Atlin Lake Mining District, 1$   C.  HTAKE N'otice that T, \V. Pollard Grant,  1 Agent for K A, Wise, 1?. M. C.. No. li  152K14. IV, G. Mitchell, 1\ M. C, No. U KIM."!,  and Nellie II. Huniialls, K. M. C, No. B  4127. intend. Sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Kecordor for  u Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Grown Grant of the  above claim.  And Fvimimi Take notice that action  under Section :I7 must be commenced before  the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated nt Atlin, II. C., this 17th day of July,  1002. W. POT.iT.AHD Gil ANT.  Pellew-tiarvey, Bryant & Gilman  Provincial Assayers  I lie Vancouver Assay Office, Established 1690.   *#*_���   W.   WALLACE   GRIME   &   CO.,  Agents."  Large or .Sintill Samples forwarded for Assay.  Q���   iV��   BAR  1'. LINK  HS  MiBER SHOP  Prop.  Now occupy their new quarters next  to the Runic of Ii. N. A.. First Street.  Thc hath i-oomsare equully as good us found  in  cities.   Private  Kntrmice for ladies.  Back ii u in hers of the Atlin  Claim can always be had at the  Claim office, price if, cents.  Frank -Mobley,  Taxidermist,  ATLIN,    B:C  Furs and .Skins dressed���Birds' and  Animals stuffed.  ,   �����--���e���.  Prices can   be obtained upon application lo'A.'C. HiK.sciii'ici.i),  Specimens  on   exhibition  and   for.  sale at the Claim Office.  C P. No Co.  -ALASKA   ROUTE  SAILINGS.  ,  The   following  sailings  are  announced   for  the niontli of July ���  Leaving Skagway at 6 p.m.,  or on,  arrival of train:  Princkss May        .       .August 8.  ,.    - ��� .-       1(J  Amur      .        -^      -��� ,.      12  ::.*'- ,,24  , For further information, apply or  write lo        H. B. Dunn, Agent,  . Skagway,- Alaska.  ATLIN FISH MARKET  A. Hhunicii, Proprietor.  ��� Fresh Fish Alwavs on  Hand ���  Hydraulic and Other Companies  Supplied at Wholesale Rates.  W.   WALLACE  GRIME  &  Co.,  Notaries Public.  Third Street, Atliu B. C.  MIMNG BROKERS S COMMISSION AdlNfS.  Fire    &    Accident    Insurance.  . Agknth   I'-oi:  PIsLLEW-HARVEY   A   CO,   Assayers.  ALL  STEVENS RIFLES AND PISTOLS  ARC GUARANTEED TO BE  SAFE, DURABLE AND ACC1MATE.  Ithe favorite rifle  is an acenrate rifle and puts every shot  ���where yon hold it.   Weight 4* ponnds.  Made in three calibers���.22, .25 and 32  Kim Fire.  price:  No. 17, Plain Sights,    .    .   $3.25  Ho. 18, Target Sights, .    .     H.25  Where these rifles tiro not carried in  stock by dealers we will send, express  prepaid on receipt of price. Send stamp  for catalog describing complete line  and containing valuable information to  shooters.  The J. Stevens Arms asd Tool Co.  P. 0. (m CHIC0PEE FALtS, MASS.  Copies ot  the new   Placer Act of.  1901, consolidated with the Acts of  1898  and  '1899,    for   sale   at   ihe  Claim Office.  1   '  l   1  *** ATLIN,'" B. C. SATURDAY,  AUttUST y. ujo2  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Cliurch of England:  St. Mnrtin's Church, cor. Third and Train-  or streets. Siiiuiay s'rrvires, Matins at, 11 a."  ni,, UvensotiK 7:30 p. in. Celebration of Holy  Communion, Kt Simdiiy iu oueh niontli and  on Special occasions. .Sunday School, Sunday nt, 3 p. in. Committee Meetings, 1ft  Thursday in pneh month.  Hpv. V. L. StppliPiisnn, Rector.  St. Andrew's Prpshytcriaii Church hold  services' in the Chiii-cli on Sncoud Street.  Morning service nt 11 evening service TiM  Sunday School nt the close of the inoriiititr  snrvice. I.ev. K. Tiirluiijjtoii, Minister. Free  Rcndiuir IJooin, to which all arc welcome.  CUT    PRICKS    al    the  'Atlin  Cheap Cash Store :  Cream,   large  size,  $9.00 per case;  40 cents per tin. ���  Cream, small  size,   SS.oo per case;  20 cents per tin.  j\lilk, small  size, $S.oo per case;  20 cents per tin.  Creamery Butler, 40 cents per lb.  Sugar, iolhs. for $1.00.  All other. Groceries, Provisions,  etc., cut from 10 to 20 per cent.  Dry Goods, Clothing", lioots' and  Shoes at half price.���M. Folk v.  Mr. Davies is the happy father  of a boy, Mrs. Davies and child  are doing well.  For Oranges and the very finest  butter go to McDonald's Grocery.  Atlin boasts of over fourteen  native born children; since its inception, yet there are only four on  the official register at the Registrar's office.    Why is this?  ' Christie's and   Fancy Biscuits al  K. L. Pillmau &'Co.  The Court was adjourned till  Monday 22nd. of December, at  whicli time Judge Henderson will  return.  Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure. ��� It is sold in all the stores in  Atlin.  The registrar received advice  from Victoria that an order i-i  Council had been' passed cancelling  the holding of the C-uirt of Assize,  advertised for tli'e 12th. inst.  Furnished rooms io rent���apply  Hotel Northern.  .'   Go  to  J.   H.', Richardson's  for  Gold Real Hip Gum Boots; $9.50.  Miss. Mc. Lareu is expected to  arrive on this morning's boat accompanied by Mr. James Fetherstonhaugh.  There is more solid com fori in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of'inost beverages.  Mrs. Baker accompanied b3r  her  daughter and  two    grandchildren  came in last Wednesday.       '  ���  Agen's   specially   selected  fresh  ranch eggs���McDonald's Grocery.  CORONATION   DAY.  OFF.1CERS.  President:    .LA. l<Yiisor, Hsu.  Hon. Pros., Jus. Stulilus, Ks<|. M.L.A.  .Indies:    Messrs.   li. Rosselli, Gapl. Tom  Lawrence,   .1.   Kirkliiml,   .1.   11.   Ricluii-dson,  - and W. E, lladdou  unil  Chiefs .loo Sciiiiini and   KownlitUa.  Clerks of Course:      Herbert. Votmsr, unci.  H. H. Moberly. '      -  Seey.-Trens.: Herbert Young;.  IF   YOU   WANT   ,  I nform ation  CONCERNING  MINES & MINING-PROPERTY  In the Atlin District  WRITK TO   '  Am Cm Hirschfeld  Real   Estate  and   Mining'' Broker,  First Annual Visit of  Dr. Grice.  DENTIST.  PROGRAMME OF SPORTS.  Indian, Events.  9 a.m. Ricycle Race. Hesttwo in three, from  Rant.     Avenue     to     Discovery   Street  ',   1st prize, ��7.311, 2nd $3.(KJ.  9,30.Hoys' Race,   100 yards: $2.,->0. ��1.00.  9. IS.   Mens'     Race,     3IIU     yards:   Discovery  to Peurl Street.   SS.00.  10. Canoe Race. Two paddles, one cox: Start  ing Ironi "Ilrewery l'oiiit  around  buoy  at Mill and return,finish Triiinor St.$l."i.  11. Canoe  Race." Open.     Two paddles.   One  Cox: Same Course. $15.  12. Tusriif War; First. Street, ��12.  12.HI). to l.:!0. Adjournment for lunch.  In Atlin until   August 20th  All Work Guaranteed.  ��     Prices   Reasonable.  YENDOME   HOTEL.  , Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  FREE ."BOWL IN  j. v��  -J A .J  \,  X -  Fresh consignment of Fancy  Groceries, at popular prices, at  K. L. Pillmau &. Co.  The would be sportsman who  shot one of Mr,- Blacketl's tame  gulls should remember that it is a  finable offdi.ee lo shoot even wild  ones.  . Open   Events.,  1.A Throwing Stone:  First Street.   ��10.  1.4ri". i'uttins Shot: First Street.- $7.50; ?3.     .���  2 p.m. 100 yard Race, open, from   Jleyer's  to  I'illinan'.s: SKI. ���  2..15 Mieycle Race: Rant Avenue to Discovery  Street. Hest two in three. ��7.50; $5.  2.4f>.   '{Mile, open: Macdouald's to Discovery'  Street.   $W: #5.  I!. Lo? Chopping- Contest;   First Street.   ?I0.  SM Miners' Race:   100 yards. Kii-klaud'.s  to  Pillman's. !?.">.  S. 15. Greasy Pole: Pearl Street wliart". $1(1.  I.    Hoys and Girls  Race: S2..YJ.    $.1.  4.15 Trap   Shcotinji 011 the   jrroiunls of The  Atliu (jim (Jluband under tlieir auspi-  .-f-s.    Open to all.  Following this: Tujf of Wiir  between Teams  captained by Mr.Geo.Coutts of Houlder  and Mr. Conroy ol Spruce.    First St.  >"4.->.  The days celebration will close with a Grand  Hall at Dixon's Hall.    Tickets HI) cents.  All are invited.  Kntrauce   fees-   will   be   churned    in   all  events at the rate of 30 cents  for each entry  excepting the  Greasy Pole and Girls'   unci  Hoys' Races.   Tn the Tug of War, $1.00 from  each member of team.  Herbert Young, Scc.-Trens.  GOD , SAVH   THE   KIXG.  Choice Wines, Liquors and. Cigars.  Pool and Billiards free,  R.  B.  Dixon, Proprietor.  C. DOELKE1  .    .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made   .Sausage.  NORTHHKN   H.6TKL   BUII.IMXC,    I'lKS'f   S'l'K l'.V.'l'..  Hydraulic  s-nsrsg  v&  Machinery.  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WAT1JR    GATKS,-  ANGLK    STKKI,    KIHFMaS    &  .. HYDRAULIC    RIVKTKD    PIPK.  Pumping &   Hoisting   Machinery*  Kstimales furnished  on applicaliou  The Vancouver Engineering Works,  Vancouver,   H. ,C.  A. G Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B.C  BARGAINS    &z   nothing  but  Bargains   for the next 30 days  in:  English    Prints,     Ginghams,    Cretonnes,]   Duckings,   Dress   Goods,    Flannels,  Bar-Towellings. . , Silks   and   Laces.  &    SHOES       Njiwithstanding' our recent heavy sales our Stock of Boots and  Shoes is still large.  ���  -WONDER     PRICES    for   the   Balance: -.;  Latest Fedora Hats, Fancy Flannel  Shirts  Stetson    Hats,     Dress   Shirts,  Gingham   Shirts,    Under-clothing.i     Heavy   Flannel   Shirts. .All at  Best Grade of ail-Wool Blankets at Coast' Wholesale Prices-  We mean  Business.    Call early, bring your money end we will give you   FAT    RETURNS   for  it  Rentemher��� Our Stock of Groceries is the laigcst in Atlin and Cash will secure the Eest Value.  A xx x llL'yVGKETT & GO. VAA  '&JT.

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