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 Oil  vor,.  ATl.IN���B. C, SATURDAY.DECEMBER, 7.   .1401.  XO.  Ar-  e  offering-  Special   Bargains   iii   their  Large  Stock  of  Men's   Goods  ,. JNci.rni.Nd  Heavy   Overshii  tarts,  Sweaters  Gaps, Underwear aczd Shoes.  A  IT.  .Their  Stock   of  Groceries   is the Largest  '    and   most   Complete  in  Atlin.   They  are prepared  to give  specially Close  Prices for winter supplies. , ���  -rr��  GslIU examine   ana' secure  prices before purchasa  Insr elsewhere.  BLACKETT & CO.  IRON    STORE,   First "and  Trainor  Streets, Atlin, B.C.  Rate's Hitherto . Charged   By  ���W. P. &-Y: Ry. Illegal.  Chance to Get Back Hard Earned  Money���Big Mining Deal of  White Horse Property.  FAILED FOR'HALF.A  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITA!/   PAID    UP -S3,000,000.  ��� anehes of the Bank at Seattle,  San Franeiseo,  Portland,  Skagway, etc.  -  ���-- --      .Exahisngs.-sold on -aSiPoafc-  'Gold Dust Purchasicd���Assay Ofi-ick in Connection.  J. S.  JIUNRO, Manager.  Tlie best piece of news received  in cam;-) for many days is contained  in the following delayed despatches,  comment is unnecessary:  Ottawa, Nov. 20th.���:The Government announces that it will permit no   more   extortionate   fi eight  charges by the White Pass route;  .and  Ottawa, Now 23'rd.���The Minister of Railways and Canals lias  addressed . a communication to the  officials ofthe \VrP.& Y. Ry. staling that they must at '.once submit  a. new tariff for next year, and notifying them that the old "rates were  turned down. The communication  is reported to contain a clause to.  the effect that the rate's must be reduced'FIFTY per cent.  .The Minister of Railways gave  out an opinion today setting forth  that all rates heretofore charged illegally may .be., collected..by/due  process of law.  Another plum for the Atliii Board  of Trade!  Thorras Earle Fails --- Banks  Lose Heavily.  Corbett-XcGovern  Tight ��� E.   G.'  Prior   Loses   His Seat In the  Dominion House ���Fatal Collision in San Franeiseo Har��  hour.  Tbe- CarrifeocD  Wm.   WALMSLEY,   Proprietor.  FIRST   CLASS   IN   EVERY'" RESPECT.  tine   Wines,   Liquors   and   Cigars.  Ol'POSITB  Dlll'OT.  -Stabling for Horses.  CARIBOU,   Y. T.  V*3  Dealers  The Vancouver. General Store  p  G��  in  rovisions,   Dry   Goods,   Etc.,  A.   S.   GROSS  &   Go.  Sl'ICCIAI.TIKS   IN  FANCY   CAKES   &  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc.  PASTRY.  Chah.  Mykk, Proprietor.  Good Kooms to Hont--By (hi! Da.v, Wi.-ttk or .Month ut rciu.ionublo rutns.  N<;\v and Second   llanil   'J'in and'Granite VViu-i', Iron Sti>of, l'iuks. SlinveN mnl lllnuksmilli's  Coul. Mimit Pnwiliir, Cupi. Fuse iind Yukon Stoves. ���  (roods   iloiinlil   Sold   and   I viliangcd.  The = Bank = of = British = North > America  ;    ' RritiilillHlierl in ISM.   .liKKir'porntifd liy Royiil Glinrtor. ���  ...      Paid Up-Caittai?    -   -   "-    -'   r    -    $4.-866,666  ������������."'Rhskrvk Fund    -    - ���-���-���'-         $1,703,333  Head'Office in Canada: Montreal. H. Stikkman,  General  Manager.  Branches in all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in fNew York,  San Francisco. Seattle. Tacoma, Portland, Spokane; Boston, Chicago, Etc.  ASSAY OPFJGE  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment:  Quartz Assayitfg at Reasonable Kates.  .  'Vancouver, Dec. '6th. ��� We  have been experiencing some exceedingly stormy weather for the  last few days. Casualties are  feared in shipping circles. The  lumber barge, Wheeler, turned  turtle in the Sound and four men  were drowned. The steamer, Discovery, of 'Juneau, is a week overdue and it is feared she has met  with disaster.  McKenzie and Mann have made  a claim upon the Dominion Govern  ment for $300,000, for breach of  contract in the construction of the  Stickeen - Teslin railway. The  .Senate has thrown out the bill. It  wili be referred to the Exchequer  Court.  (  ��� J. W. McFarlane, Deputy-Census Commissioner from Atlin, reports that.the figures of the last  census are 600 short from last  count, owing to the winter exodus.  Victoria, li. C, Dec. 5U1.-'���  The large provision house of Thcs.  Earle closed its doors today. ' The  firm has- failed for the enormous  sum of $458,000. The failure is  ascribed to recent heavy losses in  a railroad building contract, in the  construction of ico miles ofthe  Seattle,-- International railroad.  Amongst the heaviest creditors ofthe firm are The Bank of B. N. A.,  S2So,cco; Bank of Montreal, $80,-  000; Molson's Bank, $40,000; the  Bank of Commerce, $30,000. The  firm of Thcnias Earle is one ofthe  oldest i-i the Province. , The Pioneer Coffee & Spice' Mills, of which  Mr. Earle is the senior partner, will  likely suffer by the failure.  Deadly Fog-.  San Francisco, Cal., Dec. 5.���  A disastrous collision happened today, during a dense fog, by which  twenty persons were drowned. The  ferry steamer, San Rafael, from  Oakland, collided with the ferry  steamer, Sausalito, from Sausalito,  inside San Francisco harbour.  The Rebels Repulsed.  Colon, Colombia, Dec. 5U1.������  The rebel army has been completely defeated by the Govern ment  forces while on the march to attack  Panama. The victorious forces  have re-taken "Colon and peace has  been declared.  Reports have reached us from  White Horse, announcing tlie consummation of two big deals in  mining property'to the Moore Investment Co. of Seattle. The properties sold are tlie Grafter Group,  for $30,060, and? the. Lowe coal  mines, for $300,000.  Still Another Steamship Line,  f Seatti.k,  Dec.   5th.���West Virginia   capitalists     are    organizing  another steamship Hue between this  city and .Skagway.'    Two steamers.  E. G. Prior, M. P., Offered Liberal  Support for Premier.  Victoria, Dec. 5th. ��� In the  suit before the Supreme Court to  unseat H. G? Prior in the Dominion  House, Prior pleaded guilty to contravention of the Election Act. He  was declared unseated, but was considered .personally innocent of corruption. A similar suit against  Thomas Earle was not stislair.ed.  It is staled lhat Mr. Prior has  been promised the Liberal support  if he will run fur Premier. He was  the Conservative member for Victoria in the last Dominion election.  The " B.C. Exchange ", is supporting .Senator Templemaii for the  House of Commons, in the seat  made ''vacant" by Mr. Prior's retirement, George Riley is to be made  a Senator.  Get your friends to subscribe for  "The Atliii Telegraphic Bulletin,"  ���weeklv. A TUN,  B.C..  SATURDAY,   DKCE.Vni.EK,  T90I  The Atlin Claim.  Pulilihihi.'il    evi'ry    Suttii'iliiyn morning   l>v  Till'".  ATI,IN Cl/AIM    I'CIIMSIllNII Co.  A. (J. lliiis'oili'Ki.n, Kiiitok.  I). Touo I.hem, Siih-liilitor.  Ollloii nf piilili(!iition Pearl S-., Atlin, ll. (.!.  Ai1vi!i'liiiin<r   Rate* :   $1,110   per im-li, encli,  iiisft-tiriii.    U(.>adin<^ notU-<\s, 25   cents a line.  Spnciiil Contract  Rates on application.  Tlie subscription price is $ii a yeiir pny-  aliln in iidvanre. No p iper wiil lie delivered  unless t his i-ondition is com I died with.  S'aturijav, Dice.   7U1, 1901.  IMPORTANT   NOTICE.  The Publishers  of   the   Ati.in  Claim-, announced   to   the   public  some   weeks   ago   that   when   the  Dominion  Telegraphic service was  iu   working    order,   arrangements  had    been   completed by   them for  the publication oi" Telegraphic Bulletin's.     On   the  23rd  ulto the first  telegraphic   news   was   published.  Since that  dale, till   this week, the  wire   has   been   more or less out of  order and   no   news came through,  however, two Bulletins were issued  this week.    It, has   thus  been demonstrated  that  the Publishers intend   to  live  up lo their promises  and il now rests with   the public to  show its appreciation by extending  to The Claim   their   most   liberal  patronage.  Telegrams cost money and extra  labor cannot be secured for nothing,  it is, therefore, hoped lhat lhe good  work now begun will not have to  cease for want of substantial support.  We desire to take the present opportunity to thank those friends  who have come forward and made  it possible to begin the extra service, but its regular continuance  requires the unqualified support of  the citizens ofthe district.  FENIAN CONSPIRACY.  New  Process   To .Recover  '    Gold.  Conspiracy in Johannesberg .���  Lord Strathcona Seriously 111  New Trans-Continental Railway���IB. C. Polities.  Ottawa, Dec. 4th.-���The Government authorities acknowledge  to correspondent the- alleged conspiracy of Fenians to capture the  Klondike. One man has been arrested and valuable papers of the  order have been seized. James  Seeley, of the Yukon Secret Service, and Collector of Customs Busby, -of Skagway, claim to have  known of it for several weeks.  Oilier good authorities say the plot  was only a bunco scheme to extort  money from the haters , oi' the  British.  Fred Clark, Secy, of the Fenian  Order publishes causes and statements under oath, lo show justification for the conspiracy, aud together with his denunciation of  Yukon officials he mentions in  clause 19, one of corruption against  Atlin officials.  Hydraulic  Machinery.  Mining, Finn ping & Sluicing Machinery,  Centrifugal Sand,  Gravel  &       '  ������   '      "  Dredging Pumps.  HYDRAULIC   DERRICKS���From'3 to 10 tons lifting capacity.  HAND    POWER    DERRICKS -of   1   lo   2   Ions lifting capacity.  HYDRAUUC    GRAVEL .ELEVATORS,    ���  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER    GATES,  ANGLE   STEEL'  RIFFLES    &  HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PIPE.  Th Joshua Hendy Machine Works.  NOS.   38   lo 4-|   FHKMONTrSTKKI'.T,  SAN    FRANCISCO,   CAL.  Write Tor prices, circulars and catalogues, or call on  A.C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C  ���O.*SMO*'Ci4O*-O*O4O.*O*O��O*O*O*��-O*O:O��)>*O��O0O.*O*O*O*Ci*O*O��*  %   TTT TA     ���  1Z (\ riTTT M A  V       T-T C\ T P t      *  1  H E    K O O T E N A Y    Ii O T E L  All residents of the district will  hail with delight the action of the  Dominion Government iii its policy  of endeavoring to protect the people  of this northern country from the  rapacity of railroad monopoly.-The  announcement is made that the W.  P. & Y. Ry. is required to reduce  its rates fifty per cent, but if even  only 25 per cent, it would make a  saving to our pockets of thousands  of dollars each year. Let us hope  the news is not too be good to be  true.  De Lamar in Paris.  Paris, Dec. 4th.���In an interview with M. J. de La mare, who  has just arrived from the gold-fields  of Atlin, B. C, he expresses himself :>b being delighted with the  hydraulic prospects of that country.-  He would not be surprised if his  company took' out $40,006 a month  next season, as long as the water  lasted. He will return to- Atlin  early next spring..  O  0  o  <>  r,  O  o  ���  O  C(>K  George E. Hayes, Proprietor  First ami Tkainok Stkickts.  Tlii.  I'irsl  Ohm. Hotel    lias   li<;<in   l-diiuidt'lt.-d ami i-ofui-iiislicd thrimj.-hoiit  and oilVr* tin- Imsf nt.-coimnoilntion   to  TrtinsiiMit or Pci-inaiiciit  (ini-^ts. ���A im.*ri<;aii and  European Plan.  Finest    Wines,   Liquors   and   Cigars.  Billiards    and    Pool...  ^��^(*c^o*o^o����*��*C(��a*04avs*"Cf^*o*s(*o:*��*ft^o*c��o*"��*ft*caf*o.#  I10TEL  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN'TIIE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNER.  . French Restaurant in Connection  Rick & Hastik, Propkiktors,    David Hastie,' Manager.  Corner of First and Discoverv Streets.  Ikk. Gn/uiSPiH. Pro]).  It is pleasing to note from the  late despatches that the Victoria  Board of Trade is taking up our  cudgels in inciting upon the Governments of the Dominion and the  Province lhe imperative necessity  of at once appointing a County  Court Judge. We will never get  what wc want unless we kick for it.  The Atliii Board of Trade is father  of this kick.  Makes Gold.  Denver, Dec. 4th. ���.Professor  Wynne, a scientist, of this'city,  claims to have discovered a process by which he can recover all the  gold from tailings. In a public  demonstration of his discovery he  recovered an ounce of gold to the  ton from tailings,' which had, from  previous assays, shown but $1 per  ton. Mining men are greatly  elated.  Cigars.  Finest  Wines,   Liquors   and  Furnished Rooms by the Day,  Week or Month.  Hydraulic Giants & Hydraulic Riveted Steel Pipe.  W�� inniiufnctiirc! n full line of nil supplies required for  Submerged J 5 Hours.  Vancouver. Dec. 4th. ��� Holland's new submarine torpedo boat,  Fulton, in a trial test, remained under water for fifteen hours.  We Iinve now in our shops orders for 1000 feet of Pipe: nlso Wuter Gates, Hydraulic  (iiauts, etc. Perhaps you may need something immediately from tiio following line*  whicli we can .ship at ouch from stock:  GRIKKMES  BELTING  ENGINEERS' FITTINGS, ETC.  The Vancouver Engineering Works  suC'CKssohs to ARMSTRONG   &   MORRISON,  Iron   Founders, Boiler Makers and Machinists.  OFFICE   AM)   WOKKS.   VANCOUVER,    B. C.  ENGINES   ���  FANS  ORE CARS  HOIL.KK.S  ��I,OWERS  ORE BUCKETS  PUMPS  111,0 W liKS  VALVES  The Lake Bennett Railway Co.,  of which Mike King of Cariboo is  one of the promoters, is applying to  the Dominion Parliament for a  charter. Great good, is promised  for this section on its completion.  No More Wires Needed.  Nkw York, Dec. 4th.���A discovery . is claimed by a Swede  whereby neither wires, earth or  \vater contacts are necessary, for  telephone or telegraphic communication. Successful tests are said to  have teen made.  Prohibition.  T,oxdon,   Dec.  4th.��� The Privy  Council   has   decided   that  a Province   can   enforce'a   Prohibition J bonus  for  building  another trans-  ltlW- . Icontinental-railroad.   The terminus  McKenzie,   Mann Railroad.  Victoria, B. C, Dec���4th.���The  is   authority  T  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms--By the Day, Week or month.  AMERICAN    AND    EUROPEAN    PLAN.   '-  J..P. Uouk, Mann,.er.  "Colonist" is authority for the  statement'that the Dominion and  Provincial Governments have decided to give  McKenzie & Maim a  WHOLESALE     DRY    GOODS,     LIQUORS    AND    CIGARS.  ^ Importers of all classes of Foreign Goods "^  Victoria   and   Vancouver.  Sole Agents for:  BROWN'S   4    CROWN    SCOTCH    WHISKY  CORBY'S '"CELEBRATED   CANADIAN    RYE  A. B. C. BOHEMIAN   St.    LOUIS    BEER  MOET    &    CHANDON    CHAMPAGNE,     DRY    IMPERIAL  -4��  sflnmnxgMmm ' ��� w  ATLIN,. B. C-. SATURDAY, .'DfiCKMBER, 7,  190T.  UKAI.KUS   1^  First Street, Atlin, B. G.  Handle only the best Goods in the Market.  Groceries, Fruits,- Flour, Feed  and Provisions.  . .���.BEST   SERVICE   GUARANTEED.  Try   our Teas aiid Coffees.  ofthe proposed .road is to be'in this  city.  Premier Dunsmuir is said lo have  offered Finnish settlers each 10  acres of land and a job. The Miner's Union is indignant.  Eugene V. Brooks, the' leader of  the Victoria Christian Scientists,  has been sentenced to three months.  A. Stewert Polls, Barrister, will  ruu'iigaii.st E. V. Bodwell, K. C,  iu the forth-coining election, as an  opponent ofthe Government.  Good Boy. Lipton..  London, Dec 41 h.���Sir Thomas  Lipton shows his pluck, in having  signified his intention of having another trial for lhe International Cup.  Arrested For Treason.  London, Dec 1st.���Dr. .Krausse,  ex-Governor of Johannesberg has  been arrested for high treason.  W. T. Stead, pro-Boer, lias gone  bail for Krausse. .The magistrate  has informed him that if Krausse  escapes he will prosecute him for  conspiracy.  LETTER TO THE EDITOR.  Sir:���I must apologize for troubling you again so soon, but it has  occurred to me,- lhat as iu my communication re mail matters, in your  issue of 23rd test,-1 "omitted to say  anything about the. couriers, it  might be assumed that they were  considered remiss in the performance of tlieir duty. In justice to  them, therefore, I wish to say that  in my opinion they are courteous,  hard-working, energetic men, who  conscientiously endeavor to perform their duty, and who do not  stick at trifles in the performance  thereof. ��� That was their record  last winter, aud they have given  evidence of ihe same qualities so  far this winter, but I suppose they  are acting according to their instructions from their employers,  the C. D. Co., so that blame, if  anj' there be, should attach to the  company and not to the couriers. I  am the more impelled - to Ibis  opinion by the fact that I have not  had any Official advice of any restrictions in either class or quantity  of " mail " matter intended for Atlin district, but, on the contrary,  the Hon. the Postmaster-General,  in response to the representations  of the "Atliii District Board of  Trade," supported by the recommendation of the worthy Inspector  of the district, Mr. E. H. Fletcher,  of Victoria, has authorized the  Postmasters of Victoria, Vancouver,  etc.,_lo receive and forward all  mail matter offering for Atliii on  the assumption that the maximum  weight contracted for will not be  exceeded.  The Board of Trade (who, by ihe  way, have never done anything, according to some people), moved in  this matter months ago, and the  community are enjoying the benefits accruing from their efforts in  this as in other matters.  The   couriers   are working hard  and contending with difficulties and  dangers v: their- efforts to keep up  communication. They cannot perform impossibilities, but what two  men cannot' do 'perhaps four or  more could, and the community are  justified in expecting the service  contracted for. Thanking , you in  anticipation, I am, etc.���  J., A. Fkasi'ck,  Postmaster,  Atliu, I!. C. Nov 29U1, 1901.  BROWNLEE & LO WRY  J. II. Brownlee, l��. I.. S.. I). I. S.  II. C. Lri;\ry, A. M. I. C. I'..  Civ'd and Hydraulic Engineers,  and Surveyors.   .  Pkaki- Stkicict, Atlin, B. C.  VV, WALLACE  GRIME  &  Co.,  MINING UROXtHS �� COMMISSION /.OEMS.  Third Street, Atliu B. C.   .  Notice.  TVrOTlCK is hereby {^iveii that application  will be mailc to the Parliament of Canada, nt its ne.\t sittings for leave to incorporate u railway company,; eallecl. the " Lake  Hennett Kailuay Company," to construct,  eiinip, operate and maintain a railway from  u point on or near the Dyeu river, on the International Boundary, between British  Columbia and Alaska, to a point, ut or near  Lake lieimctt, thence to a point on the Yukon river at or near Selkirk in the Yukon  Territory.  .' With power to equip, construct mill operate' Immch linos:' to build, own and inalii-  tain docks and wharves: to equip, own and  build boats and to operate the same: to  equip, own nnd . operate telegraph, and  telephone lines and      to       generate  electric power for heating, lighting and mo:  tive power: to expropriate land necessary  for the said railway and to levy and to collect tolls, and to make traffic arrangements  incidental to said line of railway.  Dated at  Vancouvci, B. C, this liith day of  November, 1101. ... de1-9f  1). G. MAunoxNEi.r.,-  Solic-itor for Applicants.  MOT8GE.  '��� ltocx oi' Auks,"   -Mineral, Claim,   situated  at Discovery (Jump, Pine Creek.  To">).   II.   Mai.IjAI.bii   and   W.    Holuxbis.  WOKT1I Oil OTHEH TIIB11I AGENT OH AOKNTH :  YYTK, the undersigned, W. G. Mitchell, and  V. A. Wise, part owners of the above  mineral cluiin, hereby give notice to the  above-named J. H. Mallaleu and W.IIoIliugs-  worth or other their Agent or Agents, that  we do hereby request the said J. II. .Mallaleu  and W. Holliiiffsworth to contribute their  share of the assessment work done on the  suit! claim, viz.: Two.veers' assessment work  and survey, from -May ^2u<l, JSiHI, amounting  to the mini of &!!>(). Unless tho said amount  be paid to us ou or before tho 12th da.v of  January next we shall proceed under and by  virtue of the powers conferred by Section 4  of the .Mineral Amendment Act, 1900, repealing Section 11 of Cap. 45 of the Statutes  of ItSHS). \V. G. Mitchkli..  F. A. Wish.  Atln,. li. <;.. Oct. 12th. 1901. se-7-3m  NOTICE.  "Anna Maiikl" and "Victohia " Mineral  Claims, sit unto about ll'i miles north of  Atlin.  To   J.  S.   KliltUU.SON   <>!< OTHBU    III.1  AffBNT  oil AtiKNTri :  T the undersigned, Patrick Donovan, part  ' owner of the above mineral claims,  hereby givo notice to tlie above named J. S.  Ferguson or other his A gent or Agents, tliat  I do hereby roq nest the said .1. S. Ferguson  to contribute his share of assessment work  done on the said claims, viz,: ono .roar's assessment, work from lltli August and 8th  September, liHX), respectively, amounting to  the sum of $200. Unless the said amount bo  paid to ni�� on or before'the 2,'lril day of November 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. 45 of the Statutes of  ISAM. Patkick' Donovan.  Atlin, 1!. ('.; August 2Uh, 1901.   ."      Au24-ftni  o 8 e if.  Importer, of General   Merchandise  Miners1    Supplies  OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C        ,  APPLICATION FOR LAND.  ���RJOTIC15 is hereby given that Sixty days  , after date hereoL we intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands'and Wjrks  for permission to puroha.se 160 acres of land,  more or loss (for terminal aud industrial  purposes), described us follows: Iu Cassiar,  Atliu district. Province of llritish Columbia,'  commencing,at a post about one third of a  mile north of -\tlintoo river,, on the lake  shore, marked "llritish Yukon Navigation  Company's, Ltd., initial and N. W. corner  post," thence east 20 chains, thence south 80  chains, thence west 20 chains to its intersection with lake shore, tlfiiee following along  the line of lake shore to tbe point of commencement.  Dated this,Second day of November, 1901.  The llumtm Yukon Naviuation Co.. Ltd.'  per P. F. ScHAitscii.Mini', Supt.,  uo!)-St ' Agent.  NOTICE.  The I.e Koy, Ltd. Liu.. Mining Conipuuy,  owning the Lb Koy, Hon TAir,, Ki.ac-k  Jack, Bi;tte, Isabella, Idaho, I.eoai.  Tendeii, Little Job Fhaotion" Mineral  ' Claims, situated in, Rainy Hollow, Chil-  kat Mining Division of Cassiar District  11. C. ...  To FRANK  OP., CLARK,, KAIiNARD - UOYL  ANll GliO.  PINK Oil UTIIBH THB1K AC1KNT  ,.    OK.AtiBN.T0-.,      .    ,_    . ,���.   T tlie undersigned, Jos'. TV. Smith, part  7 owner of the above mineral eluiins.'liere-  by give notice to the,above-named Frank V.  Clark, Hai-iiard lloyl and Geo. Phiz or other  their Agent or. Agents that I do hereby request the said Frank J?., .Clark, Barnard  BoyI and Geo. Pinz or tlieir Agent or Agents  to contribute their, shares of the assessment work done on.the said claims, viz: one  years'assessme-it work, from July, 1901 to  July, 1902, amounting, respectively, to the  sum of SI 11.05, 5HS9.40 mid SltiiMO. Unless tiio  said amounts he paid to nie on or before  the 115th da.v of February next I shall proceed, under aud by virtue of the powers conferred by Section 1 of tho Mineral Amendment Act, 1900, repealing Section 11 of Cap.  45 of the Statutes of 1S99.  ,los. AV. Smith,  ,  liyjNu   P. Lindsay,  Atty.-in-Fnct.  Atlin, 11. C November lfith, 1901. ' 3m  essary, usual or incidental to all or unj' of  fhe aforesaid purposes.  Dated this iilst day of October, A. D.. 1901.  Cohmvai.i, & KociEHri,  Solicitorsfor the Applicants.  nci0-0t  TyJOTICK is hereby given that application  will he ��� made to the Legislative Ai-  semhly of tho Province of British Columbia  at it.s next session by the Pacific Northern Jk  Oiniueca Railway Company for an Act to  amend its Act of Incorporation, being 64  Victoria, Chapter 50, of tho Statutes of the  suid Province, by giving the Company power  to build a brunch line from any point, nt or  near Hazelton ou the main line ot the railway b.v the most feasible and prufticnhle  route, following tlie, general direction ol  Dulkley river to a point at or near its junction with the Telunit river, iu the Cassiar  district, aud to amend Section 11 of tiie said  Act b.v increasing the bonding powers of thu  suid Company.       -,  Dated  at   Victoria,   li. C thik 21st duy of  October. 1901.  Coiin'wai.i. A Roi:i;iih.  iio9-lit Solicitors for the Applicants.  1-0 K  Pbotograpfts  ���jyOTICE is hereby given that application  will be made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia at  its next session for an Act to incorporate a  company with power to construct, equip,  maintain and operate n line or lines of railway, of standard gunge, from u point at or  neur Hazelton, on the Skeenu river, in the  District of Cassiar, by tlie most feasible and  practicable roiite to a point ut or neur the  Northern boundary line of the Province of  llritish Columbia, at or near Teslin lake, or  Atlin lake, or both, and also from said Ifazel-  ton by tho must reasonable and feasible  route to a point, at or near tho Eastern  boundary line of tho Province, via tho  Skeenu,. Ilabine, Driftwood, Omineca and  Fiuluy rivers to the Pence River Pass, thence  Kasterlv to a point at or near the Faster"  boundary of the Province: witli authority,  also to construct,equip, maintain and operate branches from any point iu the proposed linn or lines, not exceeding in any one  case thirty miles in length, aud with power  to construct, acquire, owi and maintain  wharves and (locks in connection therewith,  and to construct; own?"ci|iiii> and maintain  steam and other vessels and boats, and to  operate the same on any navigable waters,  and to construct, operate nnd maintain  telegraph anil telephone linos along tlie  routes of said railway and its branches, or.  i'u connection therewith, ..niul, to .transmit  messages, for commercial purposes, and to  collect tolls therefor; and to acquire and.receive from any Government, corporation or  persons, grants of laud, rights of way,  money, bonuses, privileges or, other assistance in aid of tho construction of the Company's undertaking and to connect with and  to enter into, truffle., or. other arrangements  witli railway, steamboaT. or (jther companies,  and for nil rights, powers fiiiil privileges nen-  OK  Alaska,'-Yukon  and  Northern   B.C.  I'ROM  Skagway to 'Atlin '.& Dawson  GO   TO  See HIRSCHFELD  Pacific Coast S.S. Coe,  Pioneer Alaska Line.  Safe, Fast, Punctual, Comfortable,  and Luxurious.  Courteous   Treatment,   .  Splendid Meals.  KOK  B.C. and Puget Sound Ports  THE   ELEGANT   STEAMSHIPS  Leave Skagway  CITY OF SEATTLE,     Nov. 51I1  CITY OF TOPEKA, ,,    7th  Alternate  sailings  every five days  direct for Sound Ports. ,  Above   Schedule      subject     to  change without notice.  J. H. KELLY, Agent,  Skaffway, Alaska  IK   YOU   WANT  I  Information  CONCURNING  MINES &vMb PROPERTY  In the Atlin District  WRITH TO  A. G. Hirschfeld  Real  Estate and   Milling   Broker,  P.O. Box, 36. Atlin, B.C. ��� 1.    .. .     I.  ATMN.  B.C.'.  SATL'RDAY.' DECEMBER.  7?  I QO [  r    *  RICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  FREE���One Hundred Dolkirs'iu  Prizes in .tlie next Sixty days.  Come early and get your choice.- -  E. 1,. Pillmai: & Co.  There is mon-1 solid comfort in a  otip of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  The members of the Atlin Lodge,  A. O. U. \V., No., 15, hereby challenge the World - to n game of  Hockey, lo be play��:d in, the new  rink, on the afternoon ofthe 20th  prox. - Acceptances to be sent lo  Bro. Richardson,  Blue   Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  purc.--It is sold in all the stores in  '     Atlin.  '. Avoid all aches and pains by taking a Thermal bath at the Troy'  Laundry.  Furnished rooms 10  rem���apply  ���   Hotel Northern.  The Atlin Skating Rink will l>e  opened ��� or. Wednesday next. The  ice is in suberb condition, and the  rink will be one of the greatest  winter attractions. Membership  Tickets may be had from Messrs.  ' Doekrill or Olive.  "G.  li."  chocolates  at   Doekrill  & Bourne's.  - Mr. Stables is anxious to receive  samples of copper ore and to gel  full particulars of copper locations.  During his visit in lhe East and in  the Old Country lie met- several  capitalists desirous of securing such  properties. Miners would do'well  to bear this iu mind and communicate with Mr, Stables. Much good  may be the result.  Just received���A full and complete line of holiday goods.���-K. I,.  Pillmau & Co.  For a good, square meal, in a  hurry, go to The Quick Lunch  Room. ���  Mrs.  Henning, Prop.  While passing the Junction, slop  and have your dog-team photographed by Muirhead Bros.  Ou December 20th, the A.O.U.  W. will give a dar.ee iu the Atlin  Entertainment Hall.  The Management. cf the Gold  House, Discovery, cordially invite  tlieir friends to a Masquerade Ball,  to be held on Satur.-'.ay, 2SU1 inst.  Placer Act, 1901, consolidated,  for sale at this office.  Copies ol the new Placer Act of  1901, consolidated with the Acts of  1S9S and 1S99, for sale at the  Claim Office.  Dave Ilastie is going to give a  grand ball at the Grand Hotel and  supper on New Year's Kve. Gentlemen, $1; ladies free.  For choice, fresh, Dried-. Fruits,  Candied Peels, Nuts, Confectionery  and all Holiday Goods at cut rates,  go with the crowd to^Nickers.Jii's.  Placer Act, 1901, consolidated,  for sale at this office.  .   Shingle Combine Broken,  Vancouvkk, Dec. 4th.���-The recent combination of shingle manufacturers in this city is broken,  small outside mills liave been underselling the combine. '  The Blue Book for the fiscal  year, says the " Province," is the  third largest contributor lo the Dominion exchequer, ��2,358,032 !  ' .  At mass meetings held iu this  city. Chilliwack and I.adners, resolutions ol' want of confidence were  unanimously passed against tlie  Provincial Government.  The Board of Trade and City  Council asked , to subsidize a Van-  eouver-Ska'gway line of steamers.  Another Steamship Mishap.  ��� Sxattlic, Dec. ist.-The steamer  Parallon, ou her last Irip north,  broke one of her paddle wheels and  sprung a leak iu Chatham .Sound.  She was towed back here.  Cummings^; Richardson,  ���     .LADIES'and GENTS-FURNISHINGS  The  Largest  Stock  and  Lowest Prices  in  the  Camp.  Boots and Shoes.  STOCK   OF.   "GOLD   SEAL"   RUBBER   BOOTS.  The Latest Styles in  Hats.  OUR    PRICES   ARE   BARGAINS.   "  Atlin   and    Discovery,    B.C.,   and   White   Horse,  Yukon.  LOUIS     SCHU.IZ,  ' Successor  to  P. Burns & Co.,  Wholsale and Retail Butcher.  VENDOME -HOTEL.-  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  President's Message Appreciated.  Washington, D. C, Dee. 5U1���  President Rooseveldt's first inaugural message has been well received  and favorably commented upon. It  is temperate in tone, but he issues  stern warnings to..lhe ��� trusts. . His  ideals are high, without unnecessary posing. Fnglish papers unhesitatingly express their approval,  while the German press is apprehensive. ��� ,  FREE BOWLING ALLEY.  Atlin's County Court Judge.  Victoria, Dec. 5H1���At a recent  meeting the Victoria Board of  Trade passed strong resolutions  urging upon the Governments the  immediate necessity of appointing a  Resident County Court Judge for  Atlin, and also suggests to 'the  Dominion Government the advisability of submitting, to the merchants  of the Province for approval, its revision of the \V. P. & V. Railway  tariff. ��� " ���  -Apply at  tiotti Russell. /���.;'���'���  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  and Billiards Tree,  First Class Restaurant,  Board   by  the  day,  week or month,   at Popular Prices.  JOS.   CHAPMAN,   Chef.   *��*--  Show   Case   for  sale,  the Claim Office.  For Fancy Groceries and Xmas  Delacies go to Pillman & Co.'s.  Messrs. Charleson and Johnston,  two officials of the Dominion Telegraph .Service, arrived on Thursday, from Vancouver. They left  yesterday for'Telegraph creek, by  wav oi the telegraph line, where  they will make tlieir headquarters. .  Ixon &  Burton,   Pro|)s.  Tilt 'ROYAL -HOTEL,  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  This   New   and . Commodious   Hotel was opened to the Public,   April  i6th, igoi.���Kverything in ii is. New.���Strictly First Class.  CHOICES, WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS---CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  Fish,  0. DOELKEK, ���   '  .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  NOKTHKKN   HQirUL   BUILDING,    FlKST   STKKKT.  G. li. 11.�� YES.  .1. It. (.lOKNKI.r,.  Mr. Chas. Meyer, of the Pioneer  Bakery, ever abreast of the limes,  has just completed the building of a  large brick bake oven. It works to  to perfection, as the quality of his  bread will tell.  Sixteen Fancy Xmas Presents to  be raffled for on Christmas F,ve at  Pillnian & Co.'s.  LAND ACT,  1901,  TSJOTICK is herdiy tflvi-n tluit (Sixty days  afterdate I intend to apply to tin- Gliief  Commissioner of Lands mid Works for permission to pui'cliuMi the following dcscrilied  tract, ot limtl in tliu Atliii Mining Division of  Cassiar, li. O.. comuiencinjr at a post planted  on tho shore of Taku Arm aliont half u mile  north of tlir month of Atlintoo Kiver. thencf  east III elm ins; thence HI. eh a ins S.: t hence -10  chains \V., more or less to the shore of TnUn  Arm, thence following the sdiore of Taku  Ann to the point of commencement.  ���.'-.'���'. Aii'1'iu.'ii G. Dick.  Octoher2'.lrd. |(I01  iraod Bail  AT  Hngget Hotel  Discovery.  OPEN  DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CI. A SS RKST A U R A NT  IN  CONNECTION. '  Headquarters for liiiliner A Parrott's -.tii^e.'  .THE   IRVING    HOTEL,  Pine City, B. C.  Mas lhe Best Kquipped-Bar'.''?  The McDonald   Kiitortaiiiiiient   llallin f.'on-  f unction.  A. IV. McDonald, Prop.  Thermal ��� Vapour  V. BATHS T\  Troy Laundry & Bath House  Lake St.. lii't. Kant anil Watson Ave.  CofKlS. Prop.  W. G.  NOTAUY   PUHLIG.  DI-TICI^-Peart Street, opp. Post, Oflice.  All Kinds   of Mining Papers  Made   Out.  ��� -Several year."  practical experience.   PINE TREE HOTEL.  .-   DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of-liquors  Good stabling.  R. T. Pknhose, Proprietor.  ^  NUGGET*  DlSCOVKKY, B. C,  ^  OX  FRIDAY, DEC.  lym  ixkt.  Everybody Invited.  |^IRKEAND HOTEL,       ;   -  ' riKST  STRICKT,   ATLIN.  J. KTRKI,AND, - Managkk.  First-class dining" room  And Elegant Sleeping Rooms..  OF     BATHS  ���   XV.   BARBER J  SHOP  K..UXK Prop.  Sow occupy their new ijtiurters iiuxt  to the Miiuli of 1$. N. A.. First. Street.  The Imth rooms aro e<iuully us good an found  in   cities.   Private lOntraticii for Indie*.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  .'���       .   ItliST   L1QUOUS.&   CIGARS  Goon   Ar:tM>!>iMfi>i>ATt(7N. ��� Kkhtaiiiiant  in  \ . CONNECTION. '  , S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Good Htahliiiii for Horses anil Dogs.  DDES EGGERT & SON,  Swiss  Watchmakicks,  And  manufacturing jewellers.  All kinds of niijrsfet work executed with  neatness and dispatch.  Kirsl   st.  next   to Vancouver General Store  ���-,V-"7-'  J-.-        "�� ~ly   ^

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