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 VOL.   7.  ATI.IX, li. C, SATURDAY, .AUGUST 30,   1902.  NO.   163.  ���Jo    H.   JRio hard-son.  Successor  to  Cu minings    &    Richardson,     ,  The  Leading .House  NOW'S ' YOUR   CHANCE:  For   Bargains  In   Dry   Goods,   Boots   and   Shoes.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PA II>    UP   *W,ooo;ooo.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  San Francisco,  Portland,  .   Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Gold Dust Pukchaskii���Assay Okimomn Connection.  J. S.  MUNRO, Manager.  LOUIS   SCHULZ,  Wholesale . and    Retail;   Butcher  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIF,   B.   C.  Agents for:  THE   STANDARD   OIL. CO., '       ;  THE   CUDAHY- PACKING   CO.,  CHASE   &   SANBORN,   (Seal Coffee).  .- ROSE   OF-ELTCNSHUK.G   BUTTER.'  "Wholesale  "&.'   Retail!  The RO^S HBOOSNS Co.,  We solicit your Mail Orders.  SKAGWAY, Alaska  Pioneer Bakery and Restaurant  SVECIAI.TlliS  I NT.  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Frosh Bread, Rye Bread, ote.  Cn.\s.  Myick, Proprietor.  Good Rooms to Itent��� Djr the Way, Wreli in- .Montli nt reaM>nul��la ratou.  JIMMY REGAN  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  Mou'x UalF Solo�� nnd Shoo Nulls.   Henry Diston A- Sou's Saw*. Wimlotvs Hours,  Glass* aw\j l'uttey, titc, etc.  BOOM ��� BANG��� BCfbftTl-��� Dynamite,   Caps  and   Fuse.  Full Line of Winchester���-Blacfc & Smokeless���Rifle & Shotgun  Cartridges.  Goods   Bought   Sold   and   [whanged.  THE    WHITE   -PASS,   ft ' YUKON  ROUTE.  Passenger and Express. Service, Daily (except Sunday), between  Skagway, Log Cabin. Bennett, Caribou, White Horse and Intermediate  points, making close connecttoirs'witli .our own slenniers at While Horse  for Dawson and Yukon points, and , at Caribou for Atlin every Tuesday  and Friday; Returning, leave Atlin every Monday and Thursday.  Telegraph Service to Skagway.    Express  matter  will   be received  for shipment to and from all points in Canada and the United States.  For information relative to Passenger, Freight, Telegraph or Express  Rates apply to any Agent of the Company or to  ��� J,.. E. Lieu, Traffic Manager, Skagway.  J. Lipscombe, Local Agent, Atlin, 1*. C.  G. li. Hatch.  J. O. COMNKMi.  ongget note!  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  1<IRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  ;    'IN ' ;' , .>'T.d."  .   CONNECTION.  H��utlqu��rtera for Buluaor h PmrrwU'a staza.  Pine tree Rotes.  'DISCOVERY, 13. CT    ���;',;'���  J     ..  y. 1     .  Finest of liquors.     Good.'-stabling.  Ki). Sandh, Proprietor.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  '    HKST1JQUOKS   A   CKtAKS  GOOII    A'fX'OM.MOD.lTION. --  ItEriTAUHASr   IN  CONyiCCXK.'X.  '-." S. JOHNSTON. Propri etor.  Good Stablinf for Horaes aiid Y)oa*.  New  Discovery   on   Boulder  ��� .' Creek.  ,    \  Twenty-five' Foot  Ledge  Located  '��� it       ���  Between   Boulder and   Ruby  Creeks.  NORTHERN TRADE.  Special   Commissioner Anderson Visits Atlin.  A new discovery of quartz was  recorded this week by Messrs. R.  Wilkinson, J. Gibson and C. Taylor, who have been .prospecting the  divide,between Boulder and Ruby  Creeks, where this ledge was discovered, for the .best part of the  summer.  ���' The ledge is twenty-five feet  wide and runs in a,North Lasterly  and South Westerly direction. Il  is in a solid granite formation, the  ledge matter being a white crystalline quartz and evidently free-milling; the quartz is seamed with zinc  blend or what miners call blackjack, and hand crushiugs yield very  fajr showii.g of gold.  The owners are going to further  develop ^tie property, ;have assays  made, aucf determine the true value  of the discovery. Judging from  the sample, 'left'-at'the "crATM. office,  it is likely to prove a good mine.  DEVELOPMENT.  Fine   Showings on Rock of  Ages Mineral Claim.  Thinks Atlin as Good a Camp as  Dawson.-���Canadians do not  Give the Northern Trade the  Attention it Requires.  Imperial Mine, Monro   Mountain,  And Big- Horn Shipping Ore.  Work on Boulder Mountain.  It looks as if the Rock of Ages,  on the Mother Lode, will make a  good paying mine. Special Commissioner Anderson accompanied  by.our Ivditor looked over some ol  the ore at the mine, and carried .off  samples literally "alive" with  gold. Mr. Ruffher will commence  work on the Yellow Jacket claim  next week.  A shipment of several tons of ore  was made last Thursday by the  manager of the Imperial Mine.'We  will publish the, result as soon ae  the returns are sent in.  ' Mr. Olseu.now that the road to  the mine is completed, has commenced shipping ore from bis mine  on the Big Horn.  Messrs. Hathorn and Syuinions  arc developing:a series of ledges,  ruuiiing in a North Westerly direction, on Boulder Mountain. One  of the ledges, lately opened, is S  feet thick���in a country rook of  talcose slate. .The rock is similar  to that on the Lake View. The  owners of the>property are, always  ready to welcome visitors and show  them over their claims.  Special Conuni.ssior.er Anderson  arrived here, from Dawson, last  Wednesday and spent the'day visiting the Creeks, accompanied by our  Editor. He expressed himself as  agreeably surprised and pleased at'  the activity on Pine and Spruce  Creeks, also remarking the evident  success-of those operating. Quartz  especially interested him, and, he  securel some fine samples from the  Rock of Ages claim. He said that  our Camp compared favorably  with Dawson, and figured that the  return per capita, in Atlin, was  higher than that of Dawson.  On Thursday the Commissioner  met the , Council and members of  the Board of Trade, .ar.d after a  general discussion on conditions of-  trade and commerce,'it was evident  that Canadian manufacturer and  merchants ~did-��ot -.give Sufficient  care and attention to this"Northern'  trade; the defects - being' chiefly, in  the putting up, packing,- and shipping of goods.  He theii touched  on   tlie- matter,  of Parcel" Post rates, and recognized  the fact that the excessive rate-was  not only unfair,  but discriminated-,  in favor of American Goods..  Transportation and other matters  were "discussed, and we have no  doubt that much good. ~will result  for Canadian manufacturers and  merchants out of the visit of .Commissioner Anderson.  POOR FARM;  Manager Switser Coming to  Atlin.  As the result of a meeting of the  Board of Directors,', of the British  American Dredging Co.,. in .Philadelphia; Manager O. .T. Swilzcr  and financial manager, Mr. Warn,  icke have left for Atliii; 'they  expected daily.     "  are  White1 Pass. Will Issue   no  Through Bills to Dawson.  '   The approach of winter is herald���  ed by the White Pass"and'.' Yuk6.tr  Route,  and since   the   21 st.   no.  tnrough bills of .lading have  been  issued "to'Dawson.    Till the   actual '���  close of   navigation   the through  rates   now     obtaining     will     be  charged.  Idi  :f\  m  m  1  fee  m  Pi  m  I  Is  M  'tip!  m  i&ffitei^i.&wj^*iiaasm&ms!��ee^ ATE-IW,   13. C, 'SATURDAY, AUGUST  30,  ic;g;  The Atlin Claim.  I'lildKhcd    rvor.r    S:iii!i'iliiy   morning   liv  The Ati.in Claim  Poiir.isiuxc. Co.  A. <.',. IIii:sfiirf.i,ii, Kiiitoi: 11111I   I'liovriiF.Toit  Oilier fiT piildication lVarl S\. Atlin.' II. (J.  Advertising Kate: ��1.(1(1 per inch, each  insertion, Reading noliec".. l'< c��nts u line.  Special Contract Rate1, on application.  Tin" subscription price is. f.'i a yi.-ar payable in advance. No piper will hi: delivcredc  unless thiK condition is complied with.  M^'cr1,  lied.  and   wllide   fnilhfuliv  :\v-'     Certificates of Improvements.  I        . / 1  Satckdav, Auc.1J.sT23, 1902.  An improvement that the Gov  eminent might well make, and at  the same time greatly benefit tlie  citizens of Atlin, would be to make  a road or towing path alongside the  Atlintoo River, and also to remove  and blast out sonic Ixmlders and  rocks in order to render the stream  navigable.  The immediate result of such  improvement would be to render it  possible for individuals to bring in  or ship freight by water direct to  Atlin from Bennett or Caribou; the  importance of this is self evident, it  would induce private parties to  handle freight and' passengers, and  with opposition, which is the life of  trade, rates would soon be considerably, lowered. ���  It' is probable that if this improvement is made, steamers with  more power would be built, and a  straight run from Caribou to Atlin  made; as it is now, the service requires^ wo steamers, two crews, the  operation,=:and ..-maintenance of a  short'line ot railway, and the handling of cargoes four times, where  one steamer, one crew, and one  liandlihgLbf.'freight'would suffice.  Another improvement, that is  greatly needed,'is that a good win-  rer trail be surveyed and cut out  between Taku and Log cabin, the  present trail being badly graded  and dangerous in early and late  winter.  These two suggested improvements would not cost a large sum,  and considering their importance,  both for safe and quick mail and  passenger service, the Government  should seriously consider the matter and have a good man report on  same, when we have no doubt that  these improvements- would be  made. )  '   Yours respectfully,  J. A. Eraser.  Secretary-Treasurer.  H. Young,-Ksq. ��� '  Hon. Secty.-Treas.'       '    ,  Coronation Celebration Commitee.  OUR SCHOOLHOUSE.  A Splendid  Building  Erected  n By The Government.  Children Will Have Warm And  Healthy Quarters. ���--A Building Atlin Can be Proud of,  HOI.V CUO&J, FRENCH AN"l�� A l.Y INK  Mineral Claims, situate.! in the Atliii  MininE District, nt the S\V corner of Atlin Lake, two,mil"* fiom Atlin Lake,  near Hoho Creek. ��� ...  TSJOTICE is hereby kivcii thut I, Noel Lii-  verilierc, F.M.C., No. H JS85. anil, iik Attorney-in-fact, for Tumi Lnvurilieri", K.M.C., No.  II 4834, and Frank Luverilierc, V..M.C., No. 13  18112, intend 60 days from date horwof, to apply to th�� Mining Recorder for a Cnrtificnte  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claims.  And I'uiithkk Takn notice thai action nuclei'Section 37 inuwt be coinmeneeil before  thc issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.'  Dated this 25th day ol" June, 1902.  je23-ii0il '      Noei. Lavkiioikick.  'Bi:TTK," "UKI.ENA." and "OKKAT  1'Wl.LS" Mineral Claims, Situate at. tho  .South end of Atliii Lake in the Atliii Dis  trict, uiioin   two  miles from tho liend of  ToVe.c Inlet. ;  "-pAKK Notice tliat !..). il. Brow ulee. Afrent.  1 lor John Cnplice, F.M.C., No, B4Uin, intend til) days from date hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for tho purpose of obtaining'  Crown Grunts of the above claims.  AND FuitXHEU, Tuhe 1 otiti; tl.jlt rition  tinder Section il must he commenced brforo  the Ustiniice of such Certificate of Improve- <  meats. J. H. Hiiownlkj-:.  Dated at Atlin, this 2nd day of July, I0t2.  Jy-5-GOd  ,   Notice of Dissolution.  ���RJOTICK Is hereby given that the partuer-  ship heretofore existing between the  undersigned at Atlin, II. C as- "CiniiitiiiiKH  & KIcliardMiii." has this day been dissolved.  Mr. Hiclinrdson, who 'continues liusiuemi,  will pay all liabilities and collect all accounts. '-' ��� ��� ���  ��� Dated tit Atliii. II. C, this 2.1th day of June  111(12. .      '                 John Comminhs,"  J.  lIlW.YAltl)   ItK.'IIAHDHON.  The-Hon Col. Prior, minister of  mines, is on a tour visiting mining  camps in order to meet operators  and prospectors, and discuss tbe  general situation. We would like  liim to include Atliii in bis tour,  and feel sure that-the result, if he  came, would be beneficial to this  camp, and of interest and importance to the Department of Mines.  Donation to The Hospital.  Letter of Thanks.  Sir,  The new School House, situated  on the corner of 3rd vSlreet and  Pearl Avenue, just completed is a  credit to the Town. The building  is 24 x 36 feet with porch alxled  about 8 x 10 feet; the .main building comprises an excellent ' basement with 8 foot ceiling, a schoolroom with 12 foot ceiling and two  entrance, or hat and coat rooms.  8x8 sills resting on 8 x 8 posts  foi m the foundation and walls of  the basement, which walls "are covered on the outside with shiplap,  tarpaper and rustic, and on the inside with tarpaper and -boarding,  the space between being filled with  sawdust. The schoolroom proper  is double boarded with paper between both in and outside, ' the  space between the studs is iilled  with sawdust thus forming strong  and comfortable walls, shiplap and  rustic being used outside and ship-  lap, and ceiling inside. ' Both ceiling and floor are double boarded  and papered between. The roof is  close boarded and shingled:  The basement is furnished with  a good door and lighted by four  windows, it will prove an excellent  playground, for the -pupils on  stormy days.  The schoolroom is lighted by  eight 8 light windows and a similar  window lights each of the entrance  rooms, all of which are double  hung with sashweights.  The two doors leading to the  schoolroom are 3x7 ft. and open  outward into the entrance rooms.  The main entrance is 4 x 8 ft. and  is fitted with two 2x8 ft. doors  opening outward into the porch  which is furnished with storm doors  that can be .removed during the  summer months. A trap door leading to the basement by a stair-way  may be used as a fire escape or for  reaching the basement in stormy  weather.  The building is cottage roofed,  with ventilating cupula on centre  oi ridge, moulded cornice and capped base; altogether it presents a  neat and attractive appearance, and  is quite an ornament to Atliii.  Much credit is due the contractors, Messrs. Wallace and Marcus,  for the neat and workmanlike manner in which they have carried  on  IF  YOU  WANT  Information  CONCURNINO  MINES & MINING PROPERTY  In the Atlin District  WRITE  TO'  A.C. Hirschfeld  Real  Estate  and   Mining  Broker,  THE ROYAL HOTEL,  E.   ROSSELLI,  Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin,..B. C.  This   New, and   Commodious   Hotel was opened to the  Public, .April  16th," 1901.���Everything in it is NTew.���Strictly  First Class.  *  CHOICEST WINCS, LIQUORS AND OGARS CASt GOODS A SPtCIALTY.  �� THE    KOOTENAY   HOTEL.  George E. Hayes, Proprietor  Cor. First and Trainok Strkkts.  $  ' ��� This First Class Hotel lias boon remodeled and refurnished throughout  O mid offers the best accommodation to Transient or Pei'iiiiuiisut  S Guests.���Aninricuii mid liuropcuu plan.  * Finest Wines, Littuars and Gigars*                             *  \ .    Billiards   and   Pool. . .                      %  TLIE GRAN  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVER YTl-1 IXC.  CONDUCTED IN   VIRST-CLASS MANNER.  French  Restaurant in   Connection. '  David Hastie,   Proprietor.  Corner of First and Discoverv Streets.  THE   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  On behalf of the Atliii Presbyterian Hospital, T desire lo thank  you, and through you the-Coronation Celebration Committee and  citizen  contributors of Allin,    for U"d completed their contract. '  the handsome'douatiou of Thirty-j The Government appropriation  three ($33.00) Dollars 'received on j set apart for this'work was. $1250.0  account of the said Instituiou and j ind as the contract price was $1600  may   add that it is  thankfully re'I there is  still a  good margin  with]  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Month.,  The Best of Liquors and Cigars always in Stock. ���. Fine stable in c<m  nection with the House.  AMERICAN    AND    EUROPEAN    PLAN.  (). W. Johnston. M��na.,'rr.  FOR  Gall and get Prices at  r ilTttjutiTiJj V  ATT.TX,    R.C..    fATl'Kr'.-W.   AUGUST 30.   iqoa.  iK. A  ^any^Hou^n ��own?d VaIue f��r your CASH 's Groceries9 Rrovisionis, ejtc.  7>y   ��#s   MfMfr-ilf   a/m   set (.;iant   Powder  on   hand:     -  L K Eraser $ go/ .,.  which to furnish desks and uther  necessary furnishing.-,, and to in-  a-iurn;ico :or healing purposes;  jlall  when this is done the people 6)  Atlin will have a school they may  well feel pi mid of.  News  of Interest From The  Creeks.  The Societc Miniere brought in  another sack of gold, they come in  pretty "regiflafily^mid" w'ill' total up  a goad amount   before   they,'   close  for the season.   . ���,.���'���  Tim Ray], on Houlder had a bis  clean-up, one nugget went over.ten  ounces. \  Sinail got a nugget worth $17,2  on his claim on Spruce.      -,, .\\ 1* ���  On Upper Spruce "an eight ounce  nugget .was picked cup whilst digging a ditch, above bed-rock.  John I'eacy took out of his drift  011 Spruce Creek a nugget weighing 11 ounces, this is \iot "his first  big one, nor is il likely to be his  last.  NOTICE:  I,  Tho Le Roy, Ltd., I,in.. Mining Company,  owniii); thfl Lk Kot, Hon T.\ir��� IIi.ack  Jack. IIuttk, iKAinci.r.A, Idaho, Litem.  Tkndrii. and Little Jon Kiiaction  Mineral Claim", situated in Kniny Hollow, Chilliat .Miniuy lllvlkinn of Candar  DUtrict, H. C.  To HAUNAK1)   HOVL   on Otiii.h iiw A a km  OK  AliF.NlH : ,  the iiiiiIi-i'nIijikiiI Joh, W: Smith, part  . owner <if tho above-named mineral  claims, hereby jyivc; police to tho above-  named llaniai'd lloyl or other his A^ent or  -Aprmit-, thnt I do hereby request tlie uuid  llaniai'd lloyl or cither bis Aceut or Agents  to contribute his Hhnru'of the usNeHMineiit  Wtii W done 011 tho said claims, viz.: one  year's, assessment woi-lc, from July, 1UII1 to  July, 19.12, amounting: to the sum of j-IUfUO.  Unless the mi id amount br paid to me cm or  before the 7tii day of September next I .shall  proceed, under anil by ��irtue of the po�� crs  conferred by Section 4 of the .Mineral  Amendment Aet, 191X1. rei'iealin^ Section II  of Cap. <S of the .Statutes of IhiK).  Jos. W. Smith,  ily Jmj, p. Lindsay,  ' .  ,      .     .. Atty.-in-l-'uet,  Atliii,,11. C, June 7th, 1{I()2. :u���  Atlin,  Nugget  and &rap&  Rings  And Ail Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured on the Premises.  /��S3P",   W'hy scud out when you can gel goods as cheap here?  Watches Front $5 up. , Fine Line of Souvenir Spconc.  JULES EGGERT & SON, The Swiss Watchmakers.'  l-'OR ,  Wottyjrap!):  or  The .Sunrise Co. deposited a  gold brick  their la si  timate jt *  Decks  co-i'inuefi   to     shovel  gold on ���������:- :\:<n   Or-ek chums  ���ii!  C'~  biy  ���������i'.ii ihc: Hank, result of  ���- .n-uji, al a rough es-  ,d :.'��� wurlh ifvcco.  i"  ���e   v.r-cic claims   his  clean-in will ;>i n:i "eye-opener".  The small hydraulic on his claim  does spit'ixlid work, and "if' large-  area ol" bod-rock is exposed. ''  Work i- i.eing unshed on Steven-  pay   is   exposed   in  rrki:ig��:   when   water  dveudyke   i'.ut-  oonsidcrably   add   to  dyke .i  '' v'  h!  the pr:--  .-ft ���  01  is ob:a'  .1  .-icrsh-.,-  f��i:r o ������  Vil  .-.it  Certificates of Improvements.   '  DISCOVERY Mineral Cluim, Situate on  Pine creek,ntor near'the towiiofDis-  ,i-civery. in the Atliii Luke Mining Die-  triet, II. C. it ^  'T'AKIi Notice that I, W. Pollard Grant,  _A<���-oiit for K.. A. Wise. F. M. C, No. I!  I'iSIU,. and ��� Nolliu H. RiiniiiilU, F.M.c, No. li  4127, intend <Odays from date hereof to apply to the .Mining Recorder for "a Certificate of Improvements, for the purixise of  obfainin:." a Crown Grant of the above claim  Asu Tuirt liE�� Take notice that action under Suction S, mii&t be commenced before  t!i�� issuance ef Mich Certilicute of'Improvements. -     -  ��� 'Dated a:: Atlin. B. C.;tbis' 17th Jday of July,  l?d W.   POLLAED  GlIANT.  Alaska,   Yukon  and  . Northern   B.C.  Frank M oh Icy,  ^Taxiderrni3t9  ATLIN,    B.C.  Furs and Skins dressed���Birds  i , i  Animals stuffed.  u;d  FROM  Skagway to Atlin & Dawson  Prices can   be obtained upon appli-  ' cation to A. C. Hirsciiki-:i.i\  Specimens  on   exhibition  and   for-  , sale at the Claim Office.  C R. N.".Co.  -ALASKA   ROUTE SAILINGS.���  GO TO  m QMM BELL.  St. Martin's Sewing Guild to  Hold a Bazaar. ���  Process to be Donated to The  Churah of Eng-Ianb Bell Fund.  A Good Cause.  St. Martin's Sewiny Guild will  hold a sale ot" work on Wednesday,  Sept. 3rd.'hum 2 to 6 p.m. 'and   8  1  to 10 p. 111., in the old hospital tent  on Third and Trainor Streets.  The proceeds will be do::ated to  the SI. Mai tin's Church Bell Fund.  The ladies of the Guild have on  hand a large and varied collection  of useful and fancy articles which  will be exposed for sale.  A dance will be given, in "aid . of  the same fund, at the Grand Hotel,  an Thursday eve Sept. 4th. Tickets 50 cents.  Both affairs should be well attended and patronized by 'everybody  in the Camp,    Everyone invited.  COMIi ONE.���COMIC AUc   ���  It'JCK ii!"1 AGh.S j.'inerui Claim, Situation Pine Creek, at ��r near the town of  Did, overy, in the Atliii l.ako Mining District, li. G.  "T*AK'r: Notice that I, W. Pollard Grant.  , A-ent for V. A, Wise, K. M. C, Xo. Ii  Ii2.s3l, \\\ G.. .Mitchell, F. M. C, No. 11 ftini:,,  and Nellie H. Uuiinallt,, V. .M. C, No. I!  4127, intend, Sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Itecoriler for  a Certilicute of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining u Crown Grant of the  abovn claim.  Ano Kcktheu Take, notice that action  under Section M7 must be commenced before  the ikjiiaucc of Mich Certificate of Improvements.  Dated at Atlin, 1��. C, this 17th" day <,f July,  19M. W.  POI.I.AI1D tillANT.  FJISSCHFHLD'S  -    r  .MATTRESS ' FACTORY. ���  riOUSK- I'URNISHINGS,���KGUS   CARPETS  AND LINOLEUM.  THE IMPERIAL LIFE  Assurance Company of  Canada.  The   following  sailings  are  announced  for  the month of July ���  Leaving Skagway at 6 p.m.,  or on  arrival of train:  Princess May        .        August tf.  11 -i.       19  ,,        -��� - .. _        ,,      29  Amur'    <.       .        ���     ' "   ,,      12'  i> ���       - ,,      24  For further information, apply or  write to       H. B. Dunn, Agent,  Skagway, ^Alaska.  ATLIN FISH MARKET  A. 11iti;sicii, Proprietor.     '  Fresh Fish Alwavs on Hand  Hydraulic and Other Companies  Supplied at Wholesale Kates.  W.  WALLACE  GRIME  & Co..  Notnries Public.  Third Street, Atlin B. C.  MIM\'G BKOKCliS & COMMISSION AlilNIS.  Fire    &.   -Accident    Insurance.  AcKN-iri  roil  Plil.I.KW-UAUVKY    &   CO,   Assayers.  JJOTTCli is hereby triven that Thirty days  after date, I intend to apply to the Commissioner of f.undsand Wjrkb for I). C. for  a I.e.is-! of the followinpr described lands for  a HrewerySite.  All iiiat piece of land situate, lyin^ and  heiu-r in the Atlin Mining: Division in tho  j Province of Hritish Columbia described as  follows, commencing nt a post plnutcd ^i'l  feet from the shore of Atlin Lake adjoining  the Town of Atliii nnd marked "R. S. -Me-  Leod's X. li. corner initial post," thence rtin-  niujr LSI r-ct in a Westerly direction, thence  ia a Eolith lias'terly direction 201-5 feet more  or less to the Ijike Shore, thence Kusterly  iiloii^ the bake Shore ]!!1 leet, thence in a  No. t:i V;>sterly direction 222 feet_(to the  point of commencement, containinc/one aero  more or leas-.  K. S. Mel.eoil  Atlin, It. f. 18th. Auu-iist mm.  Unexcelled   Security.  Call and see an ideal   policy at  A. C. Hirschfei.d's  A MKKTING ot the Hoard of Licence Com-  miNSionerH will be held in the Court  House, Atlin, U. C. on Monday, September  15th. 19.).', at the hour of it o'clock in the forenoon, to consider the following amplication :  Napoleon Sabin for a Retail Licitior Li-"  cence, for the "Palace" Hotel, situated on  Main Street, in Discovery. II. C.  WaIiTEB Owns,  '��� Chief Licence Inspector.  AtUu. B.C., AuKU*t 27 th. 19,12.  ;<!:IV;  Pcllew-Karvcy, Bryant  Provincial Assayers  Hie ViuictHivoi \f,u,y u<lice, l.stduii.slu-ti 1690.  STEVENS  Sifl��le Barrel Gun  W.   WAi.LAC��   GFilM��   A    CO .  Agents.  I.urjre or Small.S.Ui:pit-��� loi \s.u\!r.l im A-mh.  O. K  LINK  BATHS  UARBKK  ,]);>���  ,Prt ...  ci * ..i ��-*  Now ocruiiy tlien- n.  to the llauh of li. .V  \.. : u   ���  The bath rooms hi e cmjuhII.i u�� ^. ���  in   tiries.    Private  I'.utranei-lor la.  , THE MOST POPULAR CUM MADE  This gun is fully up to the  quality of our rifles, which for 38  years have been STANDARD.  It is made in 3 styles, and in 12,  16 and 20 gauge. Bored for Nitko  Powder and fully guaranteed.  No.  100  .  ���  :,? 1  TT  No.  110  ��  .  ; p  00  No.  120  .  .  io  00  Send stamp for large catalogue illustrating  complete line, brimful of valuable information  to sportsmen.  J. Stevens Arms and Tool Go.  P. 0. B��x CHICOPEE FALLS, MASS.  Copiesot the new Placer Act of  ryoi, consolidated with the Acts of  1S98 and 1899, for sale at the  Claim Office.  Back numbers of the Atlin  Claim can always be had at the  Claim office, price 15 cents.  -*S /  A'Tr.IN,   13-."C..' S.VTl'RnAY,   AUGUST -y��.   1902  KlCKLDlJP ilt.HL  :il*   1 ; :J:;J il.  Clmri.'li  of r..-i;:lnud :  .Si. Miirtin' s (!b 1;rcli, cor. 'I'liird and Ti-.-ii:i-  or .ti-i-c-ls. Kiiiul.-iy 4i.|.vi(>i>s, Matiijsat II .1.  in., rJu'NMin;r 7:Mi p. 111. iVIcbrniio-. of liyly  ('iiiiiiiui' ;oi', 1st SihmIii.v in i-ai-b muiitii and  on Si".'(jliil iii*,'asiorts. Sunday School, Sunday ut .1 >i. in. Ci.nimillci' Moatin^s, lsr  Tliiu'silny in i-aoli inoutli.  Kov. I'. I.. Striibeiison, Ki-ctor.  St. Auilrnw's Prnsliytcriuu Cburcli bold  scriiurs' in tlm ('I111 i-t-li on .SisroniV Street.  Morning service at 11 c-vcuin-j service 7:!t'j  Sunday Si-bool at t be close of tlie moriiiut;  sen inc. Kev. K.TurUinjitOn, Ministrr. Vrce.  Reading Room, to wliicb nil arc- welcome.  CUT  .PRICKS'   at ���.'the. Atliii  Cheap Cash Store :  Cream, large.size,   40 cents per tin.  , Cream, small size, 20 cents per-tin.  Milk, small size, 20 cents per tin.  Sugar, 10 lbs. for $1.00.  All other Groceries, Provisions,  etc., cut from 10 to 20 percent.  Dry Goods, Clothing, Hoots and  Shoes at half price.���M. Volkv.  Gov. Ross accompanied by Dr.  Pare went south last week, on the  Princess May. It is expected that  the Governor will completely recover from his late attack.  Go to J. H. Richardson's for  Gold Seal Hip Gum Boots, $9.50.  There is more solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  The annual report of the Postmaster General shows that the enormous-amount of $3,375,000 was  found in undelivered letters, which  letters total ten-million.  Having disposed of my stock of  Fancy'Groce'ries, Club Goods, and  Condiments to I), H. McDonald,  together with "the goodwill of my  business, T take'this opportunity of  thanking riiy-patrons for their generous support; and respectfully solicit a continuance of the same to  my  successor.  A. Nickerson.  August,  30th.  1902.  In connection' with my business  I intend, in future,,to carry a full  stock of Fancy Groceries, Club  Goods, Fruit and Confectioner}*; all  of which, I will sell at lowest town  market prices.  D. H. McDonald.  For Oranges and the very finest  butter go to McDonald's Grocery.  The Consolidated Cariboo Co's  first clean-up amounted to $roo.ooo  they expect to take out half a million this vear.  .'rvi.l.::;;>r-.s :ii0 out ior tlie vvctl-  liing'o;' Miss. Grant and Miv.Nor-  mati Kant, the ceremony will lake  nl.'K.-e at St. Martin's Church or  ThurHla-. tin- iSth. Si.-;.I. ���:! r.y,.,.  Fresh consignment of Fancy  Groceries, al popular prices, at  K. I,. Pilliuau & Co.  The wedding ol" Miss. M:icl,;iren  and Mr.Plumbe will be solemnized  at St. M'artin's Church on 'Thursday the 1 ith. September, at 2 p..111.  Furnished rooms to rent- apply  Hotel Northern. ;���  Blue Ribixm Coffee is absolutely  pure/-7-It is sold in all the stores in  Atlin.  Agen's specially selected fresh  ranch eggs���McDonald's Grocery.  Hugh Molineaux, as road foreman for the Government, has completed the road to the Big Horn, it  is said to be the best road work  done for two years.  For a good square meal go to  the Pioneer Bakery and Restaurant.  Christie's and Fancy Biscuits at  R. L- Pillman & Co.  Tom Kirkland is making some  excellent bricks, he should do "well  with this venture.  Jimmy Regan has a good stock  of American Shot Gun Cartridges  and Sporting Goods. His prices  are always the lowest.  Monday is a Public Holiday.  R��  Choice Wilier, Liquors and Cigars.  Hards free, '"  R.  B.  Dixox. Proprietor. .  C.DOEEKE1V  .    .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made   Sausage.  NORTHERN   HOTKL   BUILDING,   FlKS'f  STREET.  PRICES  ALWAYS   AS   LOW   AS   THE   LOWEST.  D. .& SXEWAKfTT"^  Post Office Discovery,  c    FOR GROCERIES AND MINERS' SUPPLIES.  VENDOME   HOTEL.  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  NOTICK.. ;.-.;  A meeting of the members and  adherents of the Presbyterian  Church will be held in the church  building:. /  in Discovery, Thursday, Sept. 4th.  in Atlin, P'liday, Sept. 5th.  at 7.30 o'clock p. m. in each case,  for the purpose of selecting a Board  of Trustees for the Atlin Presbyterian Hospital,  FREE BOWLING, ALLE\  T  Hydraulic    Mining  # Machinery.  HYDRAULIC   GIANTS,  -WATKR    GATES,  ANGLE ' STEEL    RIFFLES    &  HYDRAULIC    RIVETED.   PIPE.  " Pumping &   Hoisting Machinery'.  First Annual Visit of '  Dr. Grice.  DENTIST.  c-      ������   Now at Discovery City.  All Work Guaranteed. ,  Prices   Reasonable.  Estimates furnished on application   , , ,    '  The Vancouver Engineering Worts,  ^     ~ - '\f#***��� ,,*��� it.i.,^  "  : '   Vancouver, B. C.  ... A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C.  IF   YOU   WANT    -  Information  CONCERNING  MINES & MINING PROPERTY  In the Atlin District  WRITE  TO  A��� G. Hirschfeld  Real   Estate  and   Mining   Broker,  CLEARANCE   SALE  CLEARANCE   SALE  BARGAINS   &   nothing but  Bargains   for the next 3d days  in:  English   Prints,    Ginghams,    Cretonnes,  Bar-Towellings.  Duckings,   Dress   Goods,   Flannels,  Silks and   Laces.  BOOTS   &   SHOES ��� Notwithstanding our recent heavy sales our Stock of Boots and  Shoes' is still large.  WONDER     PRICES   for   the  Balance:  Stetson   Hats,     Dress  Shirts, Latest Fedora Hats, Fancy Flannel Shirts  Gingham  Shirts,    Under-clothing.      Heavy  Flannel  Shirts.   Ail at Gost.  Best tirade of afl-Wool Blankets at Goast Wholesale Prices  We mean  Business.    Call early, bring your money and we will give you   FAT   RETURNS   for it.  Remember���Our Stock of Groceries is the largest in Atlin and Cash will secure the Best Value.  BLAGRETT ���&������ GO. '^d: ;/ ':  -  m  "I'M  m  ��� kit  .ti  ft  m  1*4  1!  - f  ;W.��f  m  - ��h  P��  mL  mil  if!  a ;iJJ

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