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 VOL.  ATLIN, B. C, SATURDAY, AUGUST, 31,   igoi.  'NO.  in.  ��F  U.&  |(BfiS~        We are going to reduce onr large stock of  SHOES���Ladies' & Men's in all Grades.  Men's Clothing, Underware and flats ' -  Our Stock'of DIiY   G0DD3   is also too largo Tor tho" needs of Atlin.  Wc meed the Cash; you nctil Hie goods, and if not we .want'to  make an inducement Tor 'yon . to buy against the lime when you  will need them. ��� '  FOR THE  NEXT 30   DAYS  Wic Will Civic S5  gscr .cent   clSsatsaani  on  Ai.i. Coo us  PURCIIASKD   FROM   I'lIH   AliOVK   LlNHS. ,   "' .      ������  Our   prices   are   already reasonable,   lake 25 per cent off and the  result ought to satisfy the most cartful buyer.  BLAOKETT &,CO. .  IRON   STORE,    First and  Tramor  Streets, Atlin, B. C.  The Canadian Bank of'Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    SX, 000,000.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  San Francisco,  ,..       ' ,.,,'., Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on aS3 Pots-sis.  Gold Dust Purcuasko���Assay Okkick in Conduction.  J. S.   MUNRO, Manager.  -General- mercbandfc  ATLIN    and    DISCOVERY.  <��>"  li  Report of  the   Various  Com-  ������  pariies Now, Operating.  Satisfactory   Condition of   Ail'airs  ���    Throughout the  District and  Encouraging    Prospects   for  All Operatives.  TBEKO0TENAY .RESTAlK  0|>en Day mul Ni^ht.  STRICTLY   LUSOPCAN   PLAN.  E.   L.   BOOTH, .Ppoppietop,  meer Salceif and Kcsteifitit  SliKCIAl.TIKS   IN  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Brsad, Rye Rs>oarf, etc.  Chas.  Mykk, Proprietor.  Gooil  ltdoms to limit��� li.v th������ Day. WoeU or .Month nt rpsisnniiblp rate.-..  "&���,  m  sura��way, Ateski  ����$  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  A I.HO   DKAI.KMK   IN  w**** Hay   and   Oats <*���<*&#��'�����  We iv?ke a Specialty of Perishable Goods and respectfully solicit  Your Mail Orders���-Satisfaction Guaranteed.  The - Basik = of = Brltlsli  l-.stnlilislieil In 1S>'*>.   Iiu-oi'iiiii-iitoil li.v Riiynl Cluirter. '  Paid \jv Cai-ital    -    -    -    -" -    -   $4,866,666  Ukskuvk Fi;xi>    - - - "d -   .-..-.  - .'$r;.703,333  Head Office in Canada: Montreal.  H.  Stiickman,  General   Manager.  Branches hi all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco. Seattle. Tacoina, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago. Etc  '     '^ ASSAY OFFIGE':  Gold Di'.st Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.   .  QuarlzAssayir;.;-at Reasonable Rates.  It is with pleasure that we .are'  now enabled' to submit the second  article under this heading, and it is  gratifying to lean: that the account  of the various hydraulic companies'  operations have been so well received locally and on the outside.  As it is the intention to have the  various data pertaining to. the different companies- as, accurate as  possible, 1; will- be appreciated if  the. superintendents in charge will  kindly furnish us .with data in  order that our report may be in accordance with facts.       c  Boulder Creek:���The I)e Lannire  Syndicate.---Since the Societe Min-  iere dc la Colombie Britannique  took hold of this property for active  exploitation under its own management, it has had many obstacles to  contend with. Bedrock was known  to be very deep, and it was considered to be almost impossible to  reach it with such . work as had  been done last >ejr, consequently  as soon as the .season opened opera-  lions were commenced which would  gain depth in the shortest space, at  the same time, keeping the necessary grade, and it is pleasing to  note that the results have amply  justified the lime spent in the work.  About two weeks ago the rim was  broken through and pay gravel eu-  coui.tered, which, it is conservatively estimated, will yield not less  than $5 per cubic yard. As soon  as this pay was uncovered by the  monitor, a sluice box was placed  ;nid a sample of the pay���not to  exceed three - quarters of a yard,  was shovelled in. The." sum of $7.-  50, mostly in coarse gold, was the  result. The Company has 33 men  employed, and three eight-hour  shifts are pushing the work ahead  day and night.  The ditch, conveying the water,  is about 3000 feet long, and a pressure of 20S .feet is obtained; the  sluice boxes extend for a distance  of 1500, and two ��-inch nozzles are  usually at work.  We were' sorry to learn some  weeks ago that the derrick, which  was installed at great expense, had  broken, but, in conversation with  Mr. De Lamare, it would seem that  after all he is delighted the accident  happened, as the derrick was found  to !xj more of a detriment than a  help lo the working of the ground.  In this opinion he is backed by the  Atlin Mining Co., whose ground  is in many ways similar, and that  powder is cheaper than derricks.  The Company expects to make a  good showing before winter sets in.  There i-; no lack of water, and the  dumping facilities are all that could  be desired.  , Birch cieek:���The Atlin Lake'  Mining Co., capital ,��50,000. Mos-  tyn Williams, Manager.���TheJ properly of .this Company comprises,  100 creek claims and twenty hydraulic leases. Work was commenced in June last'year, aiid 2500  feet of flume line constructed, 2000  feet of pipe laid, aiid, with three'  monitors, one 6-inch ai d two 4-  inch, cost in round Ifigures $20,000,  400 feet of sluices were also placed  in position". Last \ ear's development'work consisted principally in  getting to bedrock, which was  found to be 32 feet, and a trench  800 feet long, up Ihe creek, was  piped out. The average depth of  this is 27 feet, and 15 feet wide.  The cut was through very heavy  ground, tbcugh much of it carried  good pay, the pay-streak itself being from 5 to S feet in depth. The  .work entailed an expenditure upon  the Company of $12,000 in wages  alone,   -., _  This season 300 feet of sluice-  boxes' have been added, and up to  July ��� 10th, 5000 ~.ubic yards of  gravel had been run tkyough. The  dump has been extended, another,  ;.2o feet and 600. feet of bedrock  cleaned up. On a partial clean-up,  a few weeks ago,- of some of the  riffle sets, the return is authoritatively stated to have been highly  satisfactory.  Fifteen men are now employed,  under R. A. Lambert as foieruan,  and, though the water is lcssening"  every day, the management is confident that the season's operations,  together with the showing that this  year'b work'will make, the Company will be highly pleased with  the prospects. The value of the  dam, built last year, with a capacity of 400,000 gallons, and at a  cost of $3200, has been fully demonstrated.  One of the First of Importance  This Year.  Volcanic Creek the Scene of the  New Discovery���31 Locations  Made.  Last week a little ripple of excitement disturbed the calm peace ful-  nens of .Atlin's citizens, .when the  report of a new strike, or. a tribu-  butary of the 4th ��� of. July creek,  was brought to,town by McKillop &  McDonald. According to the Placer  Act-p-under the conditions of which  the discover}' and staking was  made���locations . must practically  be made personally, as the power-  of-altorney business has been  Continued on page 4.  ������"*'" t^^k^U^^^^M.^  :i;';;rc^''V:.:tf:iftV,^  ATLIN,  B.C..  SATURDAY,  AUGUST,  3r,   rgoi  it  ��� i;i  I'S''  lsi  PI  I  ft  Is) I  W  I  IB--  31   i  11 " I  The, Atlin Claim.  I'ulilisliL'il    every ; Siitunliiy   iiioriiiii^  hv  Tun Atmn Claim   Piuimhiiinc Co.  A.C. lliKsc'iii'-ni.i), KiiiTdii.  I). Tumi l.itr.s, Siih-Kilinu'.  Olllcc of publication I'piirl St., Atlin. H. (J.  Ailvpi'tiniii^' Itutos-:    $1.00   nci'  ini-li, cncli  itisorlion.    Reucliiiir notices, 2",   cunts u Mik.-.  Spcuiiil ContriKjl   lintcs on iipplicul inn.  The sulisyriplion price'is .5,"t a yepr pny-  uliln in advance ' No p iper will lie delivered  unless tli is com I i t ion is coinplieil Willi.  Saturday,  August 31st,   rooi  The following notice appears in  the issue oi the. 20II1 inst of the  WiiKKl.Y NliW'S Auvkktiskk, as  one of the appointments mentioned  in the B. C. Gazette :  "William I-Iknkv Vickkrs, of  Al'lin, J. P., M. D., to be House  Surgeon of the Royal Columbian  Hospital at New Westminster."  We had begun to think that  " Bill}- " had stolen a march on us,  ,in that he was entitled to append to  his name "M. D.," but upon referring to the Gazelle in question,  we find that the compositor got  "mixed" in his "copy,"'and thai  Billy was only appointed " N. P."  ���Congratulations, nevertheless.  TAKU ARM MINE  e%  Prospects    of   Untold ' Value  <> Waiting  Development.  A Rich Quartz Section Which Will  Soon Make a Name for Itself  ���The White Moose a Coming  Mine.  Tim Daily Alaskan recently  had an interview with Mr. Elias  Ruud, Secretary of the Engineer  Mining Co., who returned last  week from a trip to Atlin.-"The  heading reads: "Secretary of the  Engineer Mining Co/makes a flying trip to Atlin and brings back a  very newsy sH>ry." We fear that  the interviewed flew in such a  hurry that he had time only to im-  Tigine his' "newsy story," and' it  would be well, next lime he makes  a "flying trip," to either say nothing when he returns, or else not  to trust to his memory if he wants  to be interviewed when he lands at  his home porl. The following paragraph is enough to   show   that the  worthy Engineer Secretary is off:  "Editor Hirschfeld, of the Atlin  Claim, has visited the Engineer,  the Gleaner and the White Moose  camps in the interest of Mrs. Hitchcock, who will m::ke a mineral display of the Atlin country, at Victoria, on the occasion of the visit of  the Duke and Dushess of something   or another.    .    ."  The scatement about our Editor  having been sent out by Mrs.  Hitjhcock is erroneous. Our patriotism, however, is too strong to allow  the "'Dushess' of something or  another" to pass unnoticed. With  all due deference to the democratic  antipathy to Royalty, we know  from actual experience that if the  Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and  York were to visit any American  port, city or hamlet, they would  be most cordially received and  entertained, consequently, if Mr.  Ruud would consider his ow:: failings'he would not have expressed  his .'.'lapse . of memory " in such  sneering terms.  The official census of the Dominion was issued  from 'Ottawa on the  16th just, and gives the   population  ilt 5.3.38i8t|3,   being a gain of 505,-  644 over the census of   1891.    The  City of Vancouver comes   tenth   on  the list   and    Victoria next, with a  population of 26,196 and 20,821, respectively.    The   population of the  J'fOVince is'given at 100,000,  Mr. A. C. Hirschfeld made a  special visit to the Taku Arm mines  to satisfy himself that the occasional  reports reaching Atlin could be  verified, and his observations more  than justily what has been said as  to the probable outcome of this  most promising section of the district. His ostensible object was to  personally look ,iuto the values of  the,While Moose Group on behalf  of eastern capitalists and to secure  samples for them. While on Ibis  mission he also went over some  twelve or fourteen properties, principal among these were the Gleaner  and Engineer groups.  On behalf of his eastern friends  Mr. Hirschfeld secured :,n option to  certain interests in the White Moose  group, and, in his opinion, taking  the showings, together with the results of such development as has  been done, he believes, with careful  management, a splendid ' paying  mine can be made out this property.  Several distinct and well defined  ledges cross the , property, and the  various samples from these show  copper predominating, with silver  and gold values in sufficient quantity to pay working expenses.  Work on the Engineer group is  going on aoace, and the results  warrant the Company in prosecuting its development. Caution  is one of the watchwords of  the Company. "Be sure you're  right, then go ahead." Upon this  policy the Company is steadily  pushing its work. A valuable feature in much of the barren-looking  ore is the large proportion of tel-  111 ride which it contains. An excellent display of ore samples h :.;  been collected from this properly to  be sent to Victoria, and these are  sure to attract attention, particularly as some of the assays will  open the. eyes of .the "doubtful  Thomases," so prevalent on the  coast, as to this section of the Province's possibilities.  The Gleaner group is being  steadily prospected, and though  "faults" have been encountered,  the ledge has always shown up  again, and it is confidently felt by'  the management that with depth  the ledge will be found intact. An  excellent camp, with all the necessities for winter, has been nut up  on the site of that burned out last  winter, and it is the intention,of  tlie Company to continue work  right along. This Company will  also furnish a good display for the  Victoria'Exhibition.  A great deal of assessment work  has been done on individual claims  in the Taku Arm district though we  do not hear about it, but from the  following, which is vouched for as  absolutely correct, we may form the  idea that " only half has been told  us ;  "Two Sjvgdes, working on the  ���    J 61*  SUCCUSSOKS    TO  P. P. CO. First Street, Atlin.  For Staple & Fancy Groceries  '  Tobaccess and Gonfectionery,  Prompt Attention t&ordersM^r-Giveus a caih  HOTEL  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH'.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED  IN   KIRST-CLASS   MANNER.  French Restatspcant in   Con oction  Rich & IIastik,   PKoruiKTOKs,'    David Hastijc,  Manackk.  Corner of Kirsl aiid  Discovery .Streets.  f O I ���9|.  Importer:  of General   Merchandise  Miners7    -Supplies  OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C  Choice Wines, Liquors' and Cigars.  Fool and Billiards free, ������  urfon,   Projjs.  A. L Baker   -  >er & Mining Co  -   - Manager.,  9  &1ah..  >s>  iee at Pine.  yi^f  m  I BUB-  <3 ft]  1 ������?>  I Ci_��  E..ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  This   New   nnd   Commodious   Hotel was opened lo the Public,   April  16th,  ioor.���Everything in it is New.���Strictly First Class.  CilOlCrST \VI.\'CS, IH5U0RS AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  Hydlraulio  Mining"  T<0  Mining,  Pumping & Sluicing Machinery,  Centrifugal Sand,  Gravel &  Dredging Pumps.  HYDRAULIC   DERRICKS ��� From 3 to 10 tons liftingcapacity.  HAND    POWER    DERRICKS   of   1   to   2   tons lilting capacity.  HYDRAULIC    GRAVEL    ELEVATORS,  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER    GATES,  ANGLE    STEEL    RIFFLES    &  '.HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PIPE.  The Joshua ffeiidy Machine Works.: :  Nos.  3S to 44. Fkkmont.Stki'>;t,  SAN    FRANCISCO,   CAL.  Write for priee$, circulars and catalogues, or call on  A, C, Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B, C.  P  A  Ski  Phol  ���.���CM  Ovi  Fl(  Del  Pad:  Safe, Pi  1  Gourtd  1!  Seattle),  THEr:  ALKI, *  CITY bj  QUEEN!  COTTAR  for Soji  A  Sailing  thereafter  til  ject to'c/T  Sj  M  Third *���'<!  W. W.M.r.U  W.  to I  VIM  n  ' '"'li  it;  -~M 6? I
ATLIN,   B. C, SATURDAY,  AUGUST, 31,   1901.
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ir   STEAMSHIPS
Skagway
, Ports Aug. 24th.
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ka ,,     27 th.
id Ports ,,     30II1.
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.every fifth day
>ve Schedule suh-
.thout notice.
]i. KELLY, Agent,
j Skagway, Alaska.
iMSON,   P.L.S.
'|/EYOR.
j loverument lluililiug
Agent.
i GRIME   & Co.,
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', COMMISSION AOENfS.
>, Atlin B. C.
Big Horn, a property situated on a
creek running into., Taku Arm,
ntar Golden Gale, have a one-
stamp hand 111 ill and are crushing
about 225 pounds of rock per day,
earning out of the' proceeds from'
$iH fo$io a day.''      °
Although so' close 'to home it
is surprising how little iskiiown in
Atlin of the mineral hell on Taku
Arm, and how lew of our miners
have become interested. The district is not half prospected yel and
from what little has been gleaned
the possibilities of an iiiinien.se
quart/, country arc unlimited. Only
last Saturday, a claim was staked
within sight of Taku City, ■ the
samples from which would fairly
make you green with envy. The
whole district is easy of access and
cannot be heal as a country for pro-
spectiou. In most cases the out-
croppiiigs of ledges are very-prominent, and those located can be
traced for a great distance. No one
with any experience, visiting the
district, could do other than pronounce it a.mineral ,belt of great
importance, well worthy of the attention of capital.
in the construction of a railroad
through that part- of the- country,
or, in other words, from Vaklez to
Eagle City. If the conditions were
such as to warrant 'the construction
of a railroad it would have been
done long ago, but it will be many
years before a locomotive is seen in
the Copper River valley." •
* Accident  Unavoidable.
Will
ATUN'S CENSUS
Have    to    Be   Taken
Again.
All the Papers in Connection Went
Down With the Islander—
Mr.' McFarlane to Return.
Mr. J. \V. McFarlane,' the Assistant Census Commissioner for the
Atlin district, arrived in Vancouver
on the 19th inst. When it was
learned that the census lists of the
Cassiar district were aboard the Islander, and consequently lost, Census Commissioner , Blue of Ottawa
telegraphed for the census to be
taken over again, and it is probable
that Mr. McFarlane will leave Vancouver immediately for Atlin as it
will take most of the summer to
complete the work.
Mr. McFarlane's experiences in
the foundering of the Islander are
not such as any of us would envy.
In an interview by the' Nicws Ad-
vurtiskk, he is reported to have
said: "The horrors of the wreck
were accentuated- by the darkness,
and the agonized cries of the unfortunates, as they realized that death
was upon them, were such as cannot be eashy effaced from the
memory."
Mr. Ji.cFarlane received a cut
on the back, which requiied'several
stitches from a surgeon's needle,
but he could not recall when or how
he received the wound.
'Captain Troup,, General Manager of the C. P. N. Co., staled to
the Pkovincu that the accident to
the'Islander was one thai corld not
be guarded against. At the head
of Taku ii.let there is the large
Taku glacier and immense bodies
of ice are continually falling'from
the glacier into the water. They
drift with the tide into the channels
followed by the steamers ami being
the color of the water and nearly
awash, or, ivith nothing showing'
above the water, are almost impossible to see. Particular care is always taken' in navigating these
waters, but this was one of those
times when not even the greatest
precautions could prevent accident.
Capt. Troup was then asked if
he had made any plans for handling
the business to the north. He said
that" though no plans had yet been
made for replacing the Islander by
another steamer, - the Company
would take care of the ■ business it
had built up. The Islander has
been for the time being replaced by
the Danube, aiKLsuch other arrangements will be'made to keep up the
time schedule of the Islander for
the remainder of the season.
NOTICE.
"SuxMSB" Mineral Claim, situated about
2'.j unlet (Yum riuliun Greek In a nortli-
icebterl.v direction. ' •■' ■
'I'll    I).    DAIIDKN   OH   OTIIKlt   his Ahbst (111
A ou NTs: ■    ■
T the undersigned. Iiolici-1 1\". Gililis, part
■^ owner,of the above mineral claim, hereby ^ive notice to ilii! rIk>v(!-iiuiihmI ]). Dai'di'ii
or <it her his Atr«jtit or Agents thai I, having
purchased tho intercut of, Alexander JIc-
Donald in tlni'uhiivc claim, do hereby rc-
iliie.st the said 1). Darilcm to contribute his
.share of tlie iisst-nsiiipiit work done on (lie
said claim, via.:- two yearn' nuscMJiiic-it work
Iroin (lie 2lith day of .InI.v, INK), amounting to
tlm .sum of $IU2.!i'.l, - Unles.s tlie said amount
lie paid to mo on or before the llitli da.v of
November next, I shall proceed, iiniler uml by
virtue of tlie powers conferred li.v Section I
of tlie Mineral Amendment Act, Mild, repealing .Section IV of Cap. J"i of tlie Statutes of
18'Jil. ' ' liOHKHT W. UlllllK.
Allln, li. C, August 17th, 10(11. :ini
NOTICE.
1/
"Anna .Maiiki." ami " Yh'Xoiiia " .Mineral
Claims, situate about S't miles north of
Atlin.
To J. S- KliKGUSON on iit'hkii 'iii.s 11«hnt
ou Auhnt.s :
the undersigned, Patrick Donovan, part
owner of tlie above mineral claims,
hereby jjiva notice (o the above named J. S.
Ferguson or other hi* Agent or Agents, that
I do hereby remieKt the s-uiil J. S. I'ergusou
to contribute his share of assessment work
done on the said claims, viz,: one .year's assessment work from 11 th August, and 8th
September, 19(1(1, respectively, itniouiitiug to
the sum of .?2()d. Unless tiio said amount be
paid to mo ou or before tlie 2Xyil da.v of.No-
veniher next I shall proceed, under and by
virtue of the power!, conferred by Section 4
of the mineral Amendment Act, l(l(!(), repealing Section 11 of Cap. JS of the Statutes of
US9S). Patmck Do.sovan.
Atlin. H. ('.., August 2Jth, 19111. Auil-3m
Buhner & Parrott,
Livery Stables.
Saddle Horses,   Buggies,   Road
Carts,  Pack Horses for Hire.
ROYAL   MAIL
Stages   Leave   Atlin - for   Discovery
Daily from the Royal Hotel.
APPLICATION    FOR    LAND]
TSJO'f I<;10 i,. lirreby given that Sixty 'dayj
after dale t intend to imply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to pureha(.e the following described
tract of land: Commencing at a post situated
on the tiliorc of '1'uImi Arm about one half
mile north of the nuintli «f Atlinto River,
thence east 41) chains: (hence south'4() cliaius:
thence west 411 chains, more or less, to the
shore of Taku Arm: thence, following the
shore of Taku Arm, to the point of commencement. AlirilUItC. DICK.
'June 11th. 1901. ' jyfi-2m
TULES FGOERT&SON,
' Swlss ,\Vatchmakj-:ks,
Ami  oiuiio fact ill-inn jewellers.
•. AH Uindhof nugget wurl< executed with
neatness and di.spatch.
First,  st.   nc.\t  to Vancouver (Jcneral Store
Notice.
The "Mineral Exhibit.
TVrorJCK i» hereby given that the Atlin-
'" liuby Hydraulic .Mining Compniiy, of
New Jersey, will in no way he responsible for
anydebt*- or liabilities incurred by Paul \V.
Law, in their name or otherwise, and that
the said Paul \V. Law has no authority'to
act for the Company in any way whatever.
.1. H. l'V,B.MINU,
Director.
Atlin, H. C. Aug. 19, 19,il, Au24-lm
The Mineral Exhibit for the Victoria Exhibition will be on view at
the Claim Office until the 10th
prox. All parties wishing to/add
to the collection are requested lo
forward samples to this office and
it has been arranged that all
samples will be forwarded from Discovery and Surprise free of charge.
All samples must be accompanied
by name of claim, location and
name of owner.
Notice.
A J.I. persons are hereby notified not to
purchu.se or otherwise acquire or loan
money ii|jou the security of any properly
belonging to the Atliu-Ruby Hydraulic Mining Company,
No   person   has any  Authority except the
undersigned
Paul W, Law,
President, Allin-ltuby Hydraulic M. Co.
 Au2l-2t
Thermal — Vapour
V. B&THS!\
Troy Laundry. & Bath o use
THE    PIONEER   -SHOEMAKER.
Joe Palmer,
Repacriflji iind Soling Rubber   Uoots
A Specially.
T7"IRKLANI)  HOTKI,,
I'IK.ST  STRKIiT,    ATLIN.
J.  KIRKI,AKTD, - Managhk.
First-class dining- room
And Klegant Sleeping Roomrf.
Lake St.,
bet. Hunt and \Yats<»ii Ave.
Coffin. Pi op.
ATLIN FISH MARKET
A. Brunicli, Proprietor.
Opponitc tin; Iioyal Hotel, I'imt St.
Fresh b'ish always on hand.
Hydraulic   and   Other   Companies
Sii'inlied at Wholesale Rates.
Ol'l-TCll
&. PAMTON,
NOTARY  PUHLIC.
-1'earl Street, opp. Post Otlice.
All Kinds   of Mining Papers
Made   Out.
- -Several .years'  practical experience.	
THE   IRVING   HOTEL,
Pine City, B. C.
Has the Best Kquipped Bar.
The McDonald   Entertainment   Hall in Connection.
A.  It. JIcDonald, Prop.
Since the last report, the following sums and. nuggets have been
received towards the nugget chain
to be presented to the Duchess of
York., at the "forthcoming Exhibition:
J. de La mare
■\1. Clere    -
Pollard Grant    -
Slevendyke Co. -
E. J. Thain
$5-oo "
Is'uggel.
I
No All-American Ry. to the
Yukon.
To determine the,advisability and
the feasibility of an "All-American
Railway to the Yukon," Mr. M. J.
Hency made the overland trip from
Vnldez to Fugle City, and in speaking of the resulls arrived at, says :
"ho far as I can see, there is uh-
toluleh ..o excuse for ])ioinolci'S or
Ciijiiiali.sts    inlereslin,
C. R. Myers
t.oo
David Hastie
2.50
G. M. Mead
Nugget.
J. A. Fraser
11
J. II. Brownlee
2.00
E. L. Pill mail   -
1.00
J. S. C. Blackctl
1.00
Marguerite Merington
2.00
M. Foley  -
I.CO
A.  C.  HjIiSCHl'Kl.l),
Sec
v.-Treas
o
8
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THE  ,-KOOTENAY    HOTEL.
Cor.
George E. Hayes, Proprietor.
FI K.ST   AND   TliAINOK   STUKKTS.
This
I''it':>t <Mass Hotel   has   been   remodeled and refurnished throughout
and (ifl'ers the l>t>»t accommodation   to   Transient or Permanent
Guests.—American and iMiropean Plan.
Finest   Wines,   Litjuors   and  GSgars.
Billiards    and    Pool.
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Iki-:. Gillksitk. Pro]>.
Cigars.
Finest  Wines,   Liquors  and
Furnished Rooms bv the Day,
Week or Month.
Copies ol   the new   Placer Act of
'.yoi, consolidated  with the Acts oI"
1898  and    i.Soq,    for   sale   at   the
themselves JCi.aj.m Office.
Vancouver General  Store.
CARRIFS A FULL LI NIC OF
GENERAL MERCHANDISE
A. S. Ckoss & Co
lit. Street Atlin.
HKST    l.lQL'OKS   &   CTGAItS
Goon   AccioiJioiiATiiis. -   Kestaiikant  in
, GllNNKCl'K'N.
S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.
Good Stabling for Homes and Doss. |��||s!5!^-f??^  aix^^j^^j^'Ji^s^g^g^jS^^jHga  d:;ds:dd/d:dd':��iid  [Arnj^fB.c;y^  ��i  mn  'i :!'  ������'.������������  **t\,^  II*  $d  M: '������  ffei  Jld.-  rttriY py  life  p ���  'i-  �������������� :.:�����  h ���  i  4  ifr  T,v  Groceries  Lhe;|]^dneer:TTSt  :;:.-. ���;./'./ <;:*'dd-'i'i'NIi'..CITYV.it.;C, '���:''���������;���..��� v.'"^:^:.;/;^^:;:'T-pT-.T--V.:T;;  ': '.   CARRIKS  Adui/f,d,lNK OK   T-T'Tp;.TTT';:;Ty;;TTT T.'T:p, .  Boots and ShbesJ Gents' Fiirnishings'and Miners' Supplies.  T:dTTddT T'0.y;��P.':NE-WTON <���]���&'���,��� '**���"> '���'- "-'���'  PICKED:UP ;I1ERE AND fl'ii��RE.  p, Church of :liiiglaiid : y   l /.'.p .-. :.y :  , . ..St. '.Mart i'u's C'li urisli, cor I Thi rdj aiid Trail i-  t or streets.   Sun day services, Matins at.: II a.  ��� in., livetisong 7:X0 p. in. ' Cejebriitioii of.��� Holy  Communion,  1st Sunday in eaclrmouth and  you Special' occasions. ;Sunday .School, Sim-:  -'day (it. li ,P..' 111.:   Criiiimitteo.Meetings,; 1st  :    Thursday breach'mouth. ;'���:.-        ���?.::--:,  ���;-:ddd'f':Kcv.'iiV L. Stephenson, Koctor.   .  TT St...Androw's1   Presbyterian Church  bold  '>. services in   t.li'e" Cliurcli  on   Second'Street.  ���--���������.Morning service at/11- 6^iiiug:"'aervico:7:30  Sunday School at. the close of. tho;uuirniiig  /; service. ;'Kev.J. Pr ingle,' Minister. /.  A STAMPEDE!  ;T.u- To:;Wh6mTitT:;MavC'Congkun-;:  T;-Kno\\^T:iiU;TU'ienybyrTthese presents,  vTpthatWe, Thk1 AtlimtCtJaim Pyi!-  f diSHincT Co.,Thavep libvyTdii ha 1 s d' a  ':������ dulPand/Complete'stockTof Gbi'niher-  p-Tcial;.'������/Stationery.''x.-auclu-that.T we are  y''������'��� prepared /to^execute all .Orders with  '������ryiieatness-andTdespatcli.,:,;^ ,; '..  - -: T'yBlue 'Ribbon Cofftdis absolutely  ���:'���,.. pure.--��[t;is/spld-inTall the stores in  d'A^lid; p'dd'd  /;;;dNGTIGE:^  \T close out our Tbusiiiess"'in Atlin. and  will dispose of, 'theluKlermeiitioiied:  'TTlines- beforeT:/leavirigT:/at'Tgreatly.re-  / Tduced.prices.;-ySuchan/opportunity'  .v'uiay hot again -present/itself and all  /Tpersphsy requiring /goods ���Inpthese  T; linesTshpuld'yeall: ahdTseeTus:TWall  p papers-^crockery," -barT/glassware,'���  ��� Tlainps and fcitchediurnishmgs.:;pTT  ^;:^;xt^  T..T: For the /famous  Eubeckey Sliced  Potatoes c:all at Eraser &--'Go;" -/:,  : TpTo those with,;.a-;."-sweet  tooth :,'',  v '.'We" -: have'/ just /received i a '���' stock of  . the liuest fresh  candies, chocolates,  T  etc. ���/Ed^-Pillmaii & Co./'/,:-."..../.  ';   Owing' lo : Mr. Hirschfeld's con:  teniplated departure. > for the winter,  ; on -Sept./'26th 'y next,' he AvilLniake a  clearance "sale of .his immense stock  Of photos. .;.:.-��� As;'. there' is  110 better  .-.'.selection TinT.the country all parties  desiring .excellent viewsof the district   should   hot   fail   to call and  ��� make: their  selection. /No ���reasonable- offer refused:'1,-  ���7 Furnished rooms  toprent���-apply--  -Hotel Northern./ d;/  T:lrresh fruits and vegetables arrive  on every steamer'/for" E. L.Pillman  &co. ������;���;���.���.���.������' :" ���'.'"���'  T    I'dstumTCereal.at Eraser & Co.'s.  Vv'e extend our'sy.mpathy to Mr.  and''Mrs.   .Harvey-, on   the serious  illness of their baby. ,,,  ; Avoid all aches and pains by;-taking a Thermal, bath at1' the Troy  Laundry.  ��� "������ " G.  B."; chocolates  at Dockrill  & Bonnie's: "''..'  Il is with regret we learn that  Mr. McFeely has. had to go the  Hospital suffering from inflammatory rheumatism.'  Oil. bai'/.e, floor oil-cloth and  house-lining, very cheap and good,  at Fraser is: Co.  Dockriil. & Bourne, the. Druggists, are to be commended on the  euterpririe they have shown and on  their faith in the district. Tbey  recently 'nought out the stock of  Fortiu & Lc> CappsUaiu, and have  just completed arrangements to occupy the new building, erected by  Mr. Ward on First street, whicli is  being most elegantly fixed up.  Taev will move in on Monday uextf  TyGontinued./fr.ohi p; i. ,T. :'  lihiited,Tc6'nseciuently:;a larger number;, of,men than : 'usual shouldered  their/packs .and "hit,''' the- trail d;Ti  .,..,',V.olcaiiic.. creekTJs '���'distant/ about  25,jiules .lromT'^  E^j^directibuiTTauclTis^-ahiiost/due:  uortlvfrbmT Boulder;oi: the opposite  side;of:Muiir6 /mOuhtainTTjIt takes;  its riseT;atTthe/'Tbascy/bf;5,Barhain's;  pealduidplias^fbrTits/ci'adleaEiya'  hed./p; Discovery;--; is/staked ��� iabout^  t\y6./TurilcsT;abo\'e'ythe: iiibuthyTor-  junction" \\4thy!::4th7/bf/TJuly"creeky  while 21: clainiSyarejpsfaked TnbbyeT  ��� aiicld o 'belo w i tT/pEi ttlep:\vbrk:::has-  so1; far been  done,T thoiigli T theTclis-;  coyerers claim; to Thave obtained: as  highyas/ten ������,cents/TtpT.the'paii, .not  from -bedrock.   ;TheT locations; excepting- //discovery,T are:.ail'',256;feet  S^uafe/:T:/';-r'-;l'/:://"-;;:;: '���:[::;''��/':-':;��<tf;i;  ��� ���TheTcreek is about.' /theTsame size-  as ���Bpulderaud -the, grade:;is--fairly';  heavyd except T-near   the/ "mouth,:":  Tliebed ;bf the -creek isTcovered-  with a 'fed;scoria, or  lava, /fr6m;the  crater/hear the-Tftiot:; of:which .the  creekTfiuds./its. -source.'���'. The wash  is/described tO:be of a'similar  character, to that{of: Boulder,: audp if /the  results:: frbrn'p; 'development ���/prove  to:be;;simiiafTto/that/Tcreek,; the disco verersTare'- to be :congratttlated.:-~ T  The  Largest  Stocky and: Lowest:^r^e^^'.m:-[^:,Car^0f  'f:^f:Y^  STOGK OF   ^' GGLD/^ SEAL f  R^  /-;,;:: ���;::::p^he''ylvate^^  ���<:< ::]���*:]��: :::y:.^  .;:- Atlin   and TDiscbveryl   B.C.,   and: White   Horse, iYukon.T  i T:  WHOLESALEpDRypGOQDS/TLIQUORSJ  AND yClGABS.  sorters:: of;, ail 'classes Tof ^Foreign ;Goodsy:^ /  T;Vtoforto;Tawrf;!;.!^ncbMirtJr��r :���:;::.  SoIe:'iA^ents^for-'TTt:i^:.;.yid,;vTT^  "f:::^'^f]m^^  -:T*';d;-^^  :'d^d:^;T-AT:yB.;TC./,BOH^^  ^-MbETT/;&T:/CHAND6  ���^:  |t}|:Kt|:Tt1::1  ���vDressedi-Mcais^ar^'Fis^  on San  ... Another party'. of T. prospectors'fe-  tufned , this T week, from a section;  south-east of the ��� footof the lake,  supposed to ..be .in/tlie Teslhi divi-.  siou,-audon.,a; tributary of .the Silver Salmon,; whereT they..are reported to have made /several locations, which,.. they .have combined;  and converted into hydraulic leases.  We know but littleof the prospects  found, tbt-ugh we have redsoat'o  believe thev. are all-right.  Kbnayne"Bros.,"on McKee creek,  whom" Ave have: previously chronicled as securing the banner ���nuggets  for.the district, have, .again.; added  some inore ''good ; "things" to their  already well-filled poke. During  last /week, besides - an extra fine  clean-up, they secured two nuggets  weighing about 17 ancpib ounces.   :  There is more solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  An' important meeting of the A.  O. U. W.will be held Wednesday  next.    All members be present.  Copies of the new Placer Act of  1901, consolidated with the Acts of  1898- and 1899, for sale at the  Claim Office.  To Whom It May Concern:���  JOHN GOYTI-IIA is   requested  rf , ,   , ��� .  to   communicate   with   Ins   lamily  about land in Albia, which   can   be  sold at once and to wire his address.  Muirliead  Bros.,  ���Landscape   Photographers-  Ghpicest ��� Wiries?/L  "IpydraHliC/^  We miiiiuf act tire ii full line of all'supplies required for::.  "/; :~; T*'    .'';  / T'     /  ;"SVe have uowiii our shops orders, for 1000 feet of Pipe: also Witter Gates, -.Hydraulic'  Oxiuuts, etc. Perhaps you may uoecV something immediately from the following lines,  which Ave can ship nt oiicef I'Oir. stoulc:  GIUZZLIES  '  BELTING,  ENGINEERS' F ITT IN GS,  ENGINES FANS         -        ORE CARS         :  BOILG11S        T BLOWERS         ORE BUCKETS  PUMPS   T     : ;   11LOWBR3           A>LVES      ;T      ;  -       - The Vancouver Engineering Works  ��� '���..���'.���.   ' /   sucoessohs to ABMSrRONGT&   MORRISON,'  Iron   Founders, Boiler Makers a.nd Machinists.  T ::   OPFICE   AND   WORKS,' VA-NCOUVBU,   Ii. C.      /  ETC.  r:HE^:0OK  p:-:-..-'^pT;- DISCOVERY,   B. C.p dp/, p.  ;        ComfoPtably. Furnished Rooms���By the 'Day,.'-.Week: or Month.  ;��� ,V: :,:���:;.;^A;MERi^  ���-]'~:-': ''. ���'; '������.':' :        .. ..1. I.kaxheuuale, Proprietor.,  Diirni   Ritk r    :     Fine, new Four-Horse SaroLorjo leaves this Hotel at::  U1XCT1   OrOS. 8 a.m., 11. 30ii.ni. anas o'clock for Atlin'." V--'���":"'  ��52i  New and Sncoiiil  llaiiil Tin and Granite Ware, Iron  Steel, TicUs, Shovels and BlacUsmith's  '   Coal, Giant Powder, Gaps, Fuse and Yukon Stoves. V.-">,       :    .   /  Goods   Bought  Sold   and   Exchanged. ...  Fish,  aDOELKEE,:  .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    ... :  Game   in   season and   home    made   Sausage.  NoimiiiRN Hotel Building, First Stkkkt.  g. [���;. ii.Cvkk.  J. G. CoilNKliT..  Have. a. Free Exhibition at  The Junction.  Dllt-Klfjl,!, <S   IH'Vtt.NK,  Ajj'plltS,  Discovery.  OPKN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  ;   ' '.IN  CONNECTION.      '  lU'HilquiM'tcrs for Milliner & I'ltri'ott's stage.  PINE TREE HOTEL.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  Ed. Sands,- Proprietor.  O. K.  BATHS  BARBER  SHOP  K. LINK Prop.  Now occupy their new quarters next  to the Hank of li. N. A., first Street.  The lmtli rooniKiire oci'milly us good as found  in cities.   Private Entrance for Indies,  a  I  -.    ��� .-.      .,..rlr*. i^lfc*-"'!'--'-' ������' ���'!������'. J��v^T. f    ���    . ��� ��� - i      ���  m  m  m  - ji/jI) i

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