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The Atlin Claim 1901-12-14

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 VOL  ,5.  ATLIN, B. C, SATURDAY, DKCIC.MBFR, 14,    k)oi.  NO.   i2rt.  KETT  &    Co<  Are   offering    Special   Hargains   in   their  of  Merits   Goods,  Large  Stock  mng,  INf.'I.I.IMM  Over  'wear 'ssn^s3 Slmsss,  fiHT  ��3  Sweaters  Their  Stock   of Groceries   is the Largest  - and   most  Complete  in   Atlin.   They  are  prepared  to give  specially. Close  Prices for winter supplies.  <a  SIo examine-ancS  <e   OU*"0'  -a a  ing  ELAOKETT & CO.    ; ���  IRON    STORE,    First  and, Trainor  Streets," Atfin. B. C.  Ailin's . News  to'Be Spread  Abroad.  The Board   of  Trade   Endorses a  Proposition     to     Telegraph  .  Information   to   the  Outside  ��� Press.  Tlie Canadian Bank' of Commerce.  '    CAPITAL    PAID-UP   SS.ooo, 600.   '  Branches of the. Bank at Seattle,  San Franeiseo,  Exchange sold on a��7 Poissis,  Portland,  Skag-way, etc.  Gor.i) Dust Purciiaskd���Assay Oimmck ix Coxnkctiox.  .  J. S.  MUNRO, Manager.  Tbe Carri!  Wm'.   WALMSLEY,    Proprietor.  -    FIRST   CLASS   IN   EVERY   RESPECT.    -  Fine   Wines,   Liquors   antl   Ciqors. Stabling for Morses.  oVisisiTK Pki-o-i'. . CARIBOU,   Y. T.  The Vancouver General Store.    ���  Dealers  in Provisions,   Dry   Goods,   Etc,  A.   S.   GROSS   &   Go.  $0  Sl'lCCIAI.TIKS   I.V  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc.  Ciias.  AIyicr, Proprietor.  Good Kooms In Itenl "IJ.v tin; Dn.v, N'ei'U or .Month nt ri.-a.sonabli; rules.  fw&re,  Acmu Club and Gunuine HocUuy Sltutps    Jinn's  H-ilT Sol-'-, nn.l Sboo Nails. Henry  Di-ton i\i Sun's !-&�����*. IViiiilou-i. Ilrmi-j, (ilnv: uml PuiU'y, etc-., (."te.  Full Line of Wlnciiestez*-���Black & Smokeless���Rifle & Shotgun  Carfcririec-s.  (iootK   Sought   Sold   .md   Fsc!:<:n<;��i[.  The = Bank =.of = '.'Britis  menca  IvHtnlilia'.iri'lin (SW.   liiiMrporatml b.v Kei.vnl f Jli.urtirr.  Pato Ui' Cm'ST&l    -  ���'-    -    -   .-    -  'Ss'4?S66,66f>  Ri.vSKK.vr-;  l!\:.vj;-   -    -    -    -    "-   . -    -    $1,703.33;^  IIr.:ad 0fiice in Canada: Momre&j.   K. ���S*C'ikkman>  General'Manager.  A mass meeting of citizens was  "called last .Saturday evening nt  whicli a good representation of commercial and mining- interests was  present. The meeting was called  to'order by the Chairman, Mr. J.  H.Brownlee, who asked Mr. A. C.  Hirschfeld to explain to the audience the purpose., for which the  the meeting was assembled.  Mr. Hirschfeld, in a few well  chosen and pointed remarks suggested the advisibility of devising a  plan by which reliable information  concerning the camp, its progress  and development might be regularly transmitted loathe outside press,  with the object   of   keeping, Atliii  c ������� ��� ;;>���    d      . ������������'-������ �� ���  anil its' great" mining- possibilities  regularly before the public. Such  a means was now within our reach  by the advent of the Dominion  Telegraph line. He proposed that  a certain number of words, say 300,  should be sent out every week for  the next four months, and he estimated that tiie cost, including  telegraph toll.s and compilation,  would not exceed $125 for the time  suggested.  Mr. Stables, M.L.A., Mr. J. A.  b'raser, President of the Hoard of  Trade, Messis. Grime, Drs. Young  and Cameron, Regan, Myers, and  man\- others spoke to the point and  all heartily concurred iu the proffered suggestion, each expressing  a willingness to assist in defraying  tlie expense when - called upon if  Mr. Hirschfeld\s proposition was  put into execution.  ''Dr. Young moved as a resolution  that "In the sense of this mass  meeting, the proposal as made by  Mr. Hirschfeld is worthy of the  support of the citizens of the district, and that steps should at once  be taken to put the proposal into  execution; and, further, that the  the Atlin District Hoard of Trade  lie asked to take the matter up and  instruct its'Sccietary to solicit subscriptions toward-covering the contemplated expense." The ��� resolution, 'being duly .seconded, was  unaiidouslv carried  and the nieet-  sion   of the  111 filler   was'marie by  several ofthe member*.    A motion,  was carried   accepting Mr. Jlirsch-  feid's proposal to send outside news  of  the, camp,   not   less   than    i2cw  words a month,  by wire, and   thar  the Secretary   prepare  subscription  lists', these to be   .placed   in all tlie-  places of business .in Allin and Discovery, and   tliat ' each   member of  the Board    be- handed   a   copy, so  that .every   one having interests in  the camp might lie approached.    A.  censorial committee was appointed,  the members of which represent the  mining, mercantile and financial interests of the camp, and its duty is  the supervision and approval of all  despatches, thus practically guaranteeing the, veracity   of tlie loci! in  formation   transmitted   to the,outside press.  Another mailer of public importance dealt with by tlie Hoard was  ilic passing of a resolution declaring the Annual General Meeting,  to be held January cjtli next, to be  open to the public.  E OF <BllJFF.  The White   Pass Thinks- to  . -     - .      ...... -"'"''<"- -  ... ���;  ---RaiS&^tl.e'" ��>et. -  Offer to Reduce Freight Rates If  The Government Will Not  Grant Charter to Competing  Roads.  adjourned.  At the  reguier  111011 thlv meeting  1. :p*'  -si ;i.  >f Canada, ntic  I agents in New York, j -p]  ofthe   ])o:'tri  ot  lursclay eveiiiiici  Trade,    held o;  , the above-men-  ���-:��� I  Among the delayed despatches  received last Saturday from Vancouver is one setting forth the line  of action which will be lakeu by  the officials of the White Pass road  iu retaliation for the Dominion  Government's demand for a reduction of . the- company's freight  charges. It is reported from .Seattle  that after the annual meeting in  Chicago, representatives of the company will proceed.to Ottawa lo confer with the Government in the  hopes of effecting a compromise regarding tariffs.  It i.s stated that unless the Government is willing to agree to a  proposition not to guarantee char-  tars t;i any contemplated competing  lines of railway tlie company wilf  endeavor to uphold charges by  making tariff increases cm the  American end of the road from  Skagway lo the Summit, so that  on the total haul, a rate equal to  that now ii: force will be the result.  As not only Canadian, but also  American, -subjects would be at-  fee ted, if tlie implied Threat is enforced, it is to be hoped ' that'Ihe  authorities in Washington will not  be remiss in their duly to-tlicir  loyal citizens in Alaska.  The packers even   now dreym of.  a rich harvest   in   freighting  from  vwav. to   tbe  Summit   il  the  d^'d'!, and  7-7 ::������:  ������:���; 1^7 ATLIN,  1J.C.  SATURDAY.  DECEMBER,   14,   1901  \i  The Atlin Claim.  I'liblislu-il  Siitimlny   nioriiiiiu   hv  TlIK  ATI.IN  Gl.AIM    I'L'III.ISIIINt!  Cu.  A. (I. II llliil'lll'Kl.li. KlIITDH.  I). Tumi l.r.HK, Snli-Kilitor.  Ollii-i- of iiiiMii-iilinii IVnrl S'..'Atlin. II. C  Ail  vcrdMn;  I v ��t I  lll^t'l't Kill.  Kraili  >1,0(1    per   ini-li,  eiicli  ii'cs. 2Ti   rciiH 11  linr.  S|K.M'ial Conti-ncl  Itutrs cm ni>pMi.'iition.  Tin  Mil  Ni-.i-iptiini  pi*ii-i�� w  ilil  i�� in {nivalin  No p tpiM- \vi  a  yriir   psiy-  II Ik> ili'livcri'il  mill's* t lii.s riiiiilit'mn is i-oinplitMl witli.  Saturday, Dkc.  14th,   iyo-  It is   gratifying to learn that, at  '; la-1. llie citizens   begin   to show an  appreciation   of the   efforts  of tlie  Board of Trade, and that within,the  last two weeks ihe roll   of membership   lias   been    increased   by  five  good and   true men.    On behalf of  our   friends   in Discovery, it might  be well to sla'.e that the Constitution  of the Board provides for two representatives on   the Council, ami one  for every ten members.     It will   be  to the   interest of the mining community that the miners of Discovery  see to it that applications be at once  sent iid'  The Government's Action re  Railroad   Rates.  Vancouver Liberals Indignant ���  Fatal Accident, on tho C.P.R.  Yukon Gold Rich in Platinum   Prior Relinquishes Polities.  Following up the information  contained in the despatch from  Vancouver-audit the discovery of  large amounts of platinum associated with Yukon gold, the extract  from a recent issue of the En-  ginkkring &��� Mixing Journal  should prove of interest to' our  readers :  "Nickel, chromium and platinum'  are needed in the United States.  The conditions ��'of occurrence are  being investigated more carefully  than at any recent time. It chances  that all three metals are sought in  the same rocks���altered eruptives  rich in magnesium.  No less   than four new sources of  nickel   have  been   recorded  in the  the last few mouths, and   in   one���  in   Nevada���nickel,   platinum   and  copper   are   all   reported,   making  profitable   extraction   possible with  only a small   percentage   of nickel.  Chromium   ores   require,   on   the  other hand, 50 per  cent or more of  chromic oxide to make the ore profitable for bichromate manufacture.  The zealous   search for platinum  in tiie last three   years has revealed  traces ��� of   it   in    most  unexpected  quarters, such as   eastern   Pennsylvania, and   in   North Carolina as a  mineral   curiosity.      It   has   been  found   in   hundreds of placer gold  mines in British  Columbia, Oregon  and  California,   iu sufficient quantities   to   place   the  United States  above  South  America  as a source  for this precious metal and probably  next to Russia���if the   gold miner  can be induced to   abat.don his prejudice for   the   yellow   metal   and  save the platinum   with1   it.    This  does   :.ot  seem difficult, especially  with   the   latter   equal   to  gold in  price; but nevertheless great quantities  of   platinum   aiid   its  allied  metals, osmium  and iridium, have  'been thrown away."  It ' has   been   shown   by  assays  made by the Geological Department  A special meeting of the Council  ofthe Board   of  Trade was held in  the Court Mouse on Tuesday cven:  ing   to discuss ways  unci means   iu  connection   with   freight rates and  more especially   lo  devise a plan of  endorsing   the 'Dominion   Government's policy as again:','.   lhc Whiio  Pass K: Vuko'.i   Railroad.    The full  Council    wa*    pre-ent   and a committee   of three   was appointed  lo  draft a telegram   and   letter to   the  Mon.    A.    G.    Blair.    Minister    of  Railways and Canals, in connection  with   the   matter.    The   following  telegram   has   been   handed  to the  telegraph company for transmission  as soon as the wire is open again :  .   "The Mon. A. G.  Blair,   Minister of Railways & Canals,   Ottawa, Can.  .    "Atlin   District   Board of Trade  heartily commend and endorse your  action   re   White   Pass & Yukon  Railway tariff.  "Reduction from fifty to seventy-  five per cent absolutely necessary.  "Their exhorbitant charges have  hitherto and will pcrpeJUialJy retard  development this important district  unless reduced as suggested. Writing."  Hydraulic  Mining  .Machinery.  Mini ng\   Pit 1 n ping & SIuici ng Machi nery  Centrifugal  Sand,  Gravel 8c  Drecl  trm o  ���^  r>  1J  Limns  HYDRAULIC   DERRICKS '��� 1'ioiii 3 to 10 tons lifting capacity.  I-1AND     POWER     DERRICKS   'of   1   to   2   tons Hftiug capacity,  HYDRAULIC  'GRAVEL    ELEVATORS,  HYDRAULIC    (HANTS,    WATER    GATES,  ANGLE    STEEL  'RIEELES    \Kr.  'HYD'RAULIC'   RIVETED    PI PIC  The Joshua Hendy Machine Works.  . Nos.  38 lo .|.| Erkmon'p Strkkt, ,  SAN    ERANCISCO,   CAL.  Write for prices, circulars and catalogues, or call on  A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C  �� T H K     K O t) T E N A. Y    H O T E L. jj  George E. Hayes, Proprietor  Cok. First and Trainor Strkkts.  ���b  4  4  S  o  <��>  <��<yo$o-*o*o*o:<��<><&o:$'o*'o*o0Ott^  Tiiis I'irM CMns.s  Hotel   litis   lit.-mi   i'riihhU'IpcI iind rcFiiriiisliiitl lliroiiirlinut  nnil (ill'i'i-s, tln> liiist  ilccominodatioii   to   Transient or Purmiuienl  Gupii'ts.���-Aiiiariiiiin nnd Kiiioiipsin Plan.  Finest   Wines,   Liauors   and   Cigars.-  Billiards    and    Pool.  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE? NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN ,FIRST-CLASS  MANNER.  French Restaurant in Connection  Rick it I-Iastik,  Pkopkihtors!    i3avii.> Hastik,  Managku. -  1  Corner of First and  Discovery .Streets.  Wrangling Over Politics.  Vancouvkr, Dec. 7U1. ��� The  Vancouver Liberal Association, at  a meeting held this week passed  a resolution expressing very strong  resentment agaiuist the schemes of  the people of Victoria to obtain a  poitfolio in the Dominion House  for Senator Templeman. A committee was appointed to use every  possible means lo induce the Government to give the portfolio to  Mr. Maxwell, the senior Liberal  member for the Province.  ���  I  ���  Importer  of General # Merchandise  ���    Miners'  ��� OUTFITTING. A-SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET, . ATLIN   B.   C  Hydraulic Giants & Hydraulic Riveted Steel Pipe.  A, Fatal Train Wreck.  Vakcouvkr, Dec. 7U1. ���A C.  P. R. freight train struck a rock  slide near Lytlon, B. C, jcslei'day.  The engine and three cars plunged  over the ravine and Engineer A.  Kendall and Fireman Putduff were  instantly killed.  We inuiiiifactiirc u full lino of till supplies rctiuiretl for  Thousands of Dollars Thrown  Away.  V.-\n'COUYKK. Dec. 7th. ���C. 3.  Hurler, Government -Assayer here  causes a big sensation by the statement that large quantities, of platinum are mixed with the Yukon  gold which has been brought to the  Assay Office this season. In some  cases the dust contained nuggets of  that valuable metal of which the  al Ottawa, that much of the black j miners knew nothing. Mr. Hurler  sand from  the  Atliii  district  con-  believes . that   platinum   exists   iu  Wo linve now in our shops order* for 7000 font of Pi|io: nlso Water Untos, llytlrnitlie  (jirmts, etc. lVrliiips you tuny neoil something; inunoiliiitcly from the following lines  wli ioli w i- can Oiip at on re from stock :  KXOINKS FAN'S OKU OAKS -   ttl.FZZUES  UOII.UUS MLOWEKS OltK HUCKKT.S HKLTING  PUMPS UUIWIiRS VALVES IvN'G IN KICKS' I'Tl'TINGS, ETC.  The Vancouver Engineering Works  si-fTESriOHri to ARMSTRONG   &   MORRISON,  Iron   Founders, Boiler Makers and Machinists.  OKKICK   AND    WOKKS.    VANCOUVER.    ��. C.  T  E   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  Comfortably. Furnished Rooms���By the.Day, Week or Month.  AMERICAN .AND    EUROPEAN    PLAN.  . .l;'P.;RosK, Mumi.er.  tains platinum in quantities suf-  ficiei.t to justify miners in saving  the sand; iu one case 37^2 ounces  ���of platinum per ton of black sand  was reported by the Department.  large quantities in. Klondike and  that miners are throwing away  thousands of dollars worth every  dav.  WHOLESALE     DRY    GOODS,     LIQUORS    AND     CIGARS.  d Importers of all classes of Foreign Goods ^  Victoria   and   Vancouver.  V��.  Sole Agents for:  BROWN'S    4    CROWN    SCOTCH    WHISKY.  CORBY'S    CELEBRATED   CANADIAN'   RYE  A. P. C. BOHEMIAN    St. ; LOUIS    BEER  MOET    &    CHANDON    CHAMPAGNE,     DRY    IMPERIAL  1 ' --("-     -T-  C\i{  ATLIN,  B. C. SATURDAY,'-DECEMBER, 14," igor."  First Street, Atlin, B. G.  Handle only the best Goods in the Market.  E(3X''-      HKAI.KKS   IN <  GrocGB*iesr Fruits, FEssur, Feed  ���and Provisions,,  EEST   SERVICE   GUARANTEED.  Trv   our Teas and1 Coffees.  Philadelphia,Capital to Dredge  on the Leases.  Outeomo of the Fine Creek Tunnel  ��� A3303i:ition ��� Montana, and  Salt   Lake   City   Capital For  the Ljivcrcllore  Property.  Tlie welcome' news reaches camp  this week of the successful flotation  of two large companies 10 work  some of our best known properties,  and that as soon as the season  >opcns plants will be brought in.  A meeting of the lease-holders ol  the Race Horse and Eealher groups  was held in tlie office of Brownlee  & Lowry ou Saturday last. A very'  encouraging letter was received  from Mr. O. T. Switzer, written  from the east, staling that arrangements had been _ completed by him  and that he was about to leave for  San Francisco for ��� the purpose of  having a dredge built. ��� It is hoped  this dredge will be constructed and  be ready for shipment by the opening of navigation.  During the absence of Mr. J. H.  Brownlee, the Trustee, in Seattle,  Mr. PI. E. Canovan was appointed  Secretary.  Shortly after the meeting adjourned a telegram was received  from San Francisco "from Mr. Switzer, stating that he was making  very favorable progress.  It-is understood that the Risdon  Iron Works, of San Francisco, will  secure, the contract for the dredge,  which is calculated to weigh 180  tons and which will have all the  latest improvements.  Within the last lew days a deal  lias been ' consummated whereby  a company, promoted by Mr. John  Caplice, of Butte, Montana, will 0[>-  erale the Laverdiere copper.property  on Copper island. The company,  which is a strong one, is made up  of Montana and Utah capital, and  'proniinaut among the shareholders  is the estate of Marcus Daly. .Such  a combination, with lots of money  behind them, will be an. immense  acquisition in showing up the possibilities of the camp. It is understood that work will very soon be  commenced to convert this most  promising prospect into a shipping  mine.  Telegraphic Brevities.  ...., Winnipeg, Dec.   6th���Dean O'-  Meara died here today.  Victoria, B. C, Dec 7th.���Col.  Prior. ex-M.P., announces his retirement from the political field.  Ottawa, Dec. '7th.���The third  ���contingent for South Africa increases to 900.  , Vancouver, Dec. 7th.��� High  tides wreck many houses at King-  combe Inlet. ' .  Ottawa, Dec. iotli.--���A fatal  skating   accident   occurred   ou   tbe  Otlawa river today by which two  prominent young sociely people  ins', their live:;. A skating, paily  was on tlie ice .this afternoon when  Miss Bessie, daughter of tlie Mon.  A? (i. Blair, Minister of Railways,  broke through ,the ice. .Mr. Harper, Julitor of the "Canadian Labor  Gazelle," attempted lo rescue her,  but both were drowned. Tlie accident has cast a1 gloom over the  city. Mr. . Harper was one of the  most   promising ��� young   newspaper  c  men iu the country. The bodies  have nof yel been recovered.  Badly Frozen.'  Ik!���:. Oii.i.icsi'i )���:. Prop.  Finest   Wines,    Liquors   and  Furnished Rooms bv the Day, ���'  Cigars,  Week or Month.  APPLICATION FOR LAND.  Word was brought in by the  mail carriers on Sunday last that  Louis Ludering had arrived at-the  Tepe on Thursday with both hands  and feet frozen.  Ludering is a well known prospector of Atlin, and is .associated  with "Dad" Eenu' and others in  the Nickel Basin. It seems Ludering was on his way in from Skagway via' the Warm Pass. Pie broke  his snowshoes and was overtaken  by a snowstorm, When lie arrived  at the Tepe after four daysexposure  he was in a sorry plight.  N'  LAND ACT,  1901,  OTICIi is hereby given tlmt Sixty ilnys  after date I intend to apply to tiio. Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works Tor uor-  missiou to purchase the following described  tract of land in the Atlin Mining Division of  Cassiar, H. C, commencing at u |xt-,t planted  fin the shore of Tnkii Arm about half it mile  north ofthe month of Atlintoo River, t hence  east 41) chains: thence 4(1 chains S.: thence 40  chains W.. more or less to the shore of Tiiku  Arm, thence following the shore of Taku  Arm to the point of coiiiinencemcn*.  Aiitiiuk C. Dick.  October 2Snl. 1(101  TVrOTIOI': is hereby (riven flint SiNty iln.v���  nfter ilale hereof, we intend to apply to  t he Chief Commissioner of l.iimls uml \Vjrl<s  fur permission to purchase Hi-lucres of land,  more or less (for terminal and industrial  purposes), described as follows: Iu Cassiur,  Atlin dist rict. Province of Ilril ish (Join ni bin.  commencing nt a- post- about, one third of a  mile uorl h of Atlintoo river, ou the hike  shore, marked " lirilish Yukon Navigation  (7'oinpuiiy's, Ltd., initial ami N. W. comer  post," thence east -0 chains, t hence south SO  chains, thence west 2il chains to its intersection with lake shore, thence following along  the line of lake shore to the point of commencement.  Dated tliisSecoml da.v of November, ISK11.  Ti'iu IliiiTisii Yukon Navigation Co.. Mil.  per P. K. SciiAHSCHMiiiT, Snpt..  noil-SI . Ajrent.   -,  NOTICE.  Notice.  TSJOTKIl-; is hereby given that, application  wili be made to the Parliaiuent of Canada, in it.s next .sittings for leave to incorporate a railway company, called the " Lake  Heiuiett Uailwity.Company," to construct,  equip, operate anil maintain a railway from  a point on or near the Dyea river, on the lu-  ternatioimJ Uounilnry, between . Uritish  Columbia and Alaska, to a point at or near  I.uke Ilennett. thence to a point ou the Yukon river sit or near Selkirk in the Yukon  Te.rriiory.  With power to equip, construct and operate brunch lines: to IniiJtl. own and maintain docks Mini wharves; to equip, own and  build boats and to operate the same: to  evjuip. own ��rul operate telegraph and  telephone lines and      to       generate  electric |xi��w for heating, lighting and motive power: to expropriate land necessary  for the said railway and to levy and to collect tolls, and to make traJ'ie arrangements  incidental *�� said line of railway.  Dated at Vancouver, l>. C, this l"ith day of  November, U'Ul. dcT-'Jt  1). G. Macdonni-:!.!.,  Solicitor for Applicants.  fJOTIGE.  " Rock of Aiies"   Mineral   Cluini,   situated  at Discovery Camp, Pine Creole.  To  .1.   if.   Mau,ii.i:i-   and   \V.   I1oi.unc,-s-  WllJtTi: :.Ui o'ilIKH TltKIII .-WlKNToll AliliST.-i :  ���VVT1C, Jjie undersigned. \V. Ci. Mitchell, and  P. A. Wise, part owners of the above  mineral claim, hereby give notice to the,  above-named J. ll. Mullaleu and \V..Ilolliugs-  wprth or other their Agulit or Agents, that  wo do hereby request the said 3. H. Mullaleu  und W. Hollingsworth to contribute tlieir  shiire'of the.assessment work done on the  said claim, viz.: Two years' assessment work  and survey, from May i!2ud, iSiisi, amounting  to the sum of ��25(1. Unless the snid amount  be paid to us on or before the 12th day of  January uextwe shall proceed under and by  virtue of the powers inferred by Section 4  of the Mineral A-nienduieiit Act, JlilHl, repealing Section H of Cap. 4!i of the Statutes  of 18(111.- W. G. MiTCHKl.r..  P. A. Wis*:.  Atlin. B. (!,. Oct. 12th, 1901. se-.7-Biii  The I.e Koy, I.td. Liu., Mining Company,  owning the Li-: Koy, Iluii Tail, IIi.ack  Jack, Hpttk. Isaiiui.i.a. Idaho, I.ko.m.  Tksiikh, I.itti.k .Inn FiiAt'TioN Mineral  Claims, situated in ltainy Hollow. Chil-  kat Mining Division of Cassiar District  11. C.  To l-'UAXIv    I-'.    CI.AIiK..    UAlINAltl)    110YI?  ASH  GliO.   P1NZ  OU  OTIIKH TIIHIH   AciliNT  oil A(4uNTS ;  T the undersigned. Jos. \V. Smith, part  ' owner oMheabove mineral claims, hereby give not ice to the r.bove-numed l-'rank P.  Clark, liarnard lloyl anil Geo. Pinz or oilier  tlieir Agent or Agents tliat I do hereby request the said Prank P. Clark. Harnaril  Lloyl and Geo. Pinz or their Agent or Agents  to contribute their shares of the assessment work done on the said claims, viz: one  years' iissossmc-it work, from July, lfll-1 to  July, l'J02, amounting, respectively, to the  sum of SlIl.O'i, SKI'.l.ri and $16!). III. Unless the  said amounts be paid to inn ou or before  the liitli day of February next I shall proceed, under and by virtue of the powers conferred by Section I of the Mineral Amendment Act, 1PD0. repealing Section II of Cap.  45 of the Statutes of ISSiH.  Joh. Vi\ Smith,  My .Ind   P. Lindsay,  Atty.-in-Pnrt.  Atlin, H. (J., November Kith, liWI. :iin  essary, usual or incidental to all Or any of  flu' aforesaid purposes.  Dated this" 21st   day of October, A. I)., 1(101.  CllKNWAI.l, & 'liOliKKM,  .  Solicitors for the Applicant*,  nod-tit  KJOTICli is hereby given that application  will he made to the Legislative Ai.  seinbly of the Province of llritisli Columbia  at its next session b.v the .Pacific Northern A  Omiucca Railway Company for an Act to  amend it.s Act of Incorporation, being tii  Victoria, Chapter 50, of the Statutes of thn  said Province, by giving the Company power  to build a branch line from any point at or  near Ma/.elton on the main line of the railway b.v the most feasible and practicable  route, following the general direction of  llulkley river to a point at or near its junction with the Telqun river, in the Cassiar  district, and to amend Section 11 of the said  Act b.v increasing the bonding powers of thv  said Company.  Dated  at   Victoria,   15. C,  this 21st da.v of  October. III.Jl.  COUNWAI.I,  it   lJlHIKHH,  noO-lit Solicitors for the Applicant*.  I-'OK  OI'  Alaska,   Yukon   and  Northern   B.C.  PROM  Skagway to Atlin & Dawson  .     CO   TO  See HIRSCHFELD  Pacific Coast S3. Co.,  Pioneer Alaska line.  ���RJOTIGH is hereby given that application  will be made to the Legislative Assembly of-1 he Province of British Columbia at  it.s next session for an Act to incorporate a  company with power to construct, equip,  maintain and operate �� line or lines of railway, of standard gauge, from a point at or  near Hazelton. on the Skeena river, in the  District of Cassiar, by the most feasible and  practicable route to a point at or near the  Northern boundary line of the Province of  llritisli Columbia, at or near Teslin lake, or  Atlin hike, or both, and also from snid llazel-  tou by the m.-st reasonable and feasible  route to ti point at or near the Eastern  boundary line of the Province, via the  Rkeeiia. Ilabine, Driftwood, Oiutneca and  Piulay rivers to the Peace Piver Puss, thence  ICasterlv to a point at or near the Kasteru  boundary of the Province: with authority,  also to construct, equip, maintain and operate branches from any point iu the proposed lineor lines, not exceeding in any one  ease thirty miles in length, anil with power  to construct, aciiuire. own and maintain  wharves and docks in connection therewith,  and to construct, own. equip and maintain  steam and other vessels and Ixiats, and to  operato the same on any navigable waters,  and to construct, operate and maintain  telegraph and telephone lines along the  routes of said railway and its branches, or  in connection therewith, and to transmit  messages, for commercial purposes, and to  collect tolls therefor; and to acquire and receive from any Government, corporation or  persons, grants of land, rights of way,  money, bonuses, privileges or other assUtr  anee in aid of the construction of the Company's undertaking and to connect with and  to enter into tralfic or other arrangements  with railway.steaniboiit, or other companies,  and for all riyhts, powers ami privileges nec-  Safe, Fast, Punctual, Comfortable,  and Luxurious.  Courteous   Treatment.  Sgsiendid Meals.  KOIt  B.C. and Puget Sound  Ports  THE   ELEGANT   STEAMSHIPS  I  i Leave Skagwny  I CITY OF SKATTLK. '   Nov. 5th  ]CJTV OV TOP1CKA, ,,    7th  : Alternate  sailings  ever)- five days  direct for Sound Ports.  Above   Schedule      subject     lo  change without notice.  J. H. KELLY, Agent,  Skagway. Alaska  IP   VOl!   WANT/'  I.nformation  COXClvKXlNO  'Si  In the Atlin District  WRITK  TO  A. GB Hirschfeld  Real   Estate  and   Mining  Broker,  P. O. Box, 36. Atlin,. B.C. : M  \ r uif ? ii. o;. Wkr u i< d a y ? dfc k m bh r?  loot,.  -.Hr  k:  p,,....  ��� i 7 ,  PIGKEDUP HERE AND THERE,  Church  of I'lnglaud:  :  St. Mai-tin's Church, cor. Third timl Train-  iir/st i-eets.-.' Sunday services, Mill ins7aI 11 a.  ���m., lyveiisong-'ilKI p. in. ('elebi'alion of Holy  Couimuiiloii, Ist &iiiiiln,v in each im'intli and  nil Special occasions. ;Sunday Scliool,1;Sun-  ,day al7 :i' p. in:- Cominil ti'ci Meetings, 1st  'riiursdiiy iu each month. :'  7      .-'������;��� . <;.-  y      IJiiv. I', L. Stephenson, Rector.  St. -���' Andrew's   Presbyterian ..Church  iiold  Ki.'i-vices let he  Cliu rch   on    Second  St root;  '.Moruing  service  at 11   evening service 7:!ll)  /Sunday School.ii/l the  close .'of.'.tli'o. 'uibrhing  service.     Kov.   .'.   Ilusseil;   Minister. ���.-;. :Krou'  ; IJcadius;- Koom,'to which all are welcome.    .,-  id.lvoni yHiiicliclinV-iiivites;his?At  7; liii/(VieiKls:.to/cotnc aiid have 'Gli'rist-.  7:    iiias tliniiervvitli hini/at Takii City;  ��� 7 Anyone' diiowing   ���-'���-1he'--'.;wliere-  ???/:nl.)Outs'7 6f:/Fraiik7 ?C.,;GaiTlsoY)/\vilf  ������'��� ? eouier/a favour/upon? his. .relatives  .;. by ,:advising.?: Mr??. ;R. ?K??Gosuell?  ���������/ S&relary. of the BureaUofPrbviiY-  : 7/  ciapliifbrmatioii,' A'ictoriny?B. C? ?  ?7 //?/ /Mr?AVdV??Grime? desires?/us���?(6"  777 announce /tliat? /by the last -/'tiiiiij lie  / received ad\ ice from two iusura'iice  "/companies,"'notifying him,that!they  /y ?\vere?prepared to "accept fire' iiisur-  /ahce risks/in   Atliii, :and that/pre-'  /; //������miuius;would ayerag-e 7.per.cent? ~f  ���'":/ Get .yburfneiids'to'subscribe ? for.  '?'? Tlie/Atlin Telegraphic Bulletin,''  ' :-:~~y,'ee!'c''y''7?''' 7- ::??--?d -7-:;'-'/..7v...���..y  - y// yWiu/y /Bartrim,/ -Foreman tor the  y? //Pendiigwig/Syndicate ;ou /Wright  //.creek 7'/left'y'oiii'7',Mpiidiiy/']b.i;''>V??'^Msiti  7/todiis 7 family; iu Vancouver.// He1'  /////was/ accompanied ,?!;;y? -Jim Miller,-  /?7/Avhdlias/beeu?\voTkihgifor'the7sairic  y-->?'cpmpauy^'?ahd?\vhp\vill-'spe  /7-7:months/with?his people, nea r '/New  7:/ ?:\Ves tui i 11 s tie r d d '��� fifff ;d f\ /dd^  ������? ? FREKdOue Huudred'Bpllars.in  /....Prizes /'..in   'the.  next   Sixty   days,  .'?':' C.ciiie?early and get your ?chbiee?d  E. "L. .Tillraa'i; & Co? ���/  ?   J. H..Brownlee left for Seattle/011  Monday   morning:  last for a three  'month's visit/'to   the  coast  cities.  ,-.-   He7 will   combine y business    with  .pleasure,    and /hopes    to  .interest  capital for investment iu Atlin.    ...;��  -There is more  solid  comfort in a  .cup of Blue?/Ribbon? Tea than in a  7/ gallon/of most beverages./  Ice first appeared on the lake op-  /posite Atliii   on ? Thursday,?but the  :. mild .weatlier7.?aud//high/.. wind on.  /Thursday nightyhadbrokeu d:.up'.  '���/.: Considerably.,7 Xliiless"/a/?7speli'/'b'f  ..cold weather; sets- in    at once,.the  .mails are liable to be delayed ior an-  ��� /other week,   or   until- the   lake becomes solid. 7  Avoid all aches and 'pains liy taking a Thermal bath at the Troy  Laundry.  Furnished rooms 10 rent --apply-  Hotel Northern.  'Bob.- Cameron left oil, Monday  morning last for the Tepe to bring  'Louis Lnderiiig in to goto the hospital. It is feared -the extra exposure to the injured man -will not  improve his eor.dition.  "G. B." choo.j-ates at Doekriil  & Bourne's. *  Mr.. Stables is anxious to. receive  samples of copper ore and to get  full particulars of copper locations.  'During his visit in the Fast and in  the/Old Country be me': ���:.���.������".������- ,  capitalists desirous of sec'T'.::i:'' ���.yd* :  properties.     Miner:,- .;.:..���:  ���/.. \ ���,...;  to bear this iu m.v/  -..d   ':.���:.;::. ;-..- i  cale with v'r. ������'��� :,? ������������      .'.:    ;.'.  ,-���'������ ���  may b:- -"'* ���;/..' .  f,-,- ������.���'--    ��� .,   :\/-  Opening :of: the?Skating Rink;  y Thc/yAtliii Skating /Rink?'-was  tlirowii/opeti \.<i;the public on?Wed-  n'esdayi; .eveififg7v'last; and''a large  number of;people.'gbt7l:'on1;bskate"  for the first time this :winten dfhe  riiik rwas?lit/iip /by. a/generous display of Chinese lanteriis which cast  a pleasing/effect /over /the/ rapidly;  nibving7;figiires7 /The /floor? space  of the i-iiik is'about ? 130 by 60 .feet,  and there is a: ladies' dressing-room  aiid/a;iuucli-?counter.7: Mi-.:/Myers  supervises the gastronomic arraugc-  nientspf.the latte:rydepartmenf?/?d:  ./ Messrs.</J/iockri|l anil Olive;are to'  be/;;comnieiided7/lbi-:?'theveiiterprise  they ha?ve//shown? ..though/ there is,  littie-doubt? as iubiisiness p'roiVosi-'  tipn,' the/venLure wilf be'a/siiccess?  ��urn rri }irSgs'?<&:  :��|d|:i|1E'S^  ,,, yThe Largest? Stock /and /Lowest?,Prices firi  the X^amp.[:���;���  f':l-f^'f:::f;^:'^  STOCK   OF   ^  ;;'?;? ?v//??:7:Tlie;?:^atest  y.//-::';??.??'/.-/-'v?''/'?.'l-70UR/ PRICES:''ARE??B,ARGAI'NS.?/?/-;//./-?::'';:??-/:;:'y:.:?4;/?"  :::���;;��� Atlin ������ and    DIsEcovery,    B.C., -and   White'   Horse,   Yukon.      ,   .     7  i^%  i".3/??/7?vS  Successor  to   ^...M#rt^;f  ':;��� W-li'O.lsale and? Ketail IButeller.  ?/pbn't7lprget-llie?:Neiw year's 'five  diuice?'at/?lhe:;?Gn  finest /���.orchestra?i 11/ the country will  be there and everybody? that;knows  a good/thi :ig vvould /��� nbt/?miss that  dance bf.the/'y.ear,:?"'. ?-,:??77d f:f:f  .:?:.Irprd/gobd,   sc[uai-e//meal, 7:ih7;a  hurry,, go/to ?:Thc/;/ Quick?/Luiich  l^obm.y/Mrs.  Henniiig, Prop7 ?-  -/ On;December "-'2bt.l1 ��� /the   A^O.T/F.  \V7;will;give:a-xla;^ce/ in-;thef Atlin  }Mi(erla.iriineiitzHnli,d  'lMie/:Ma?iagement/ycf ..the Gold  House, J)iscoycry\ Cordially in vite  their; friends/tb/a Masquerade Ball?  to/be held:on SatuV?!a}',/:2Sth?iiist./  //'Copies/of /the new/ZI'lacer, Act/of  1901, /cbnsoli:iated/dith.thevActS7bf  iS9S7a.iidy:'iS99???for/?^saie ??at??the  C I.;A;1 V.JD fli Ce?. y???d/??v.?,:????yd??-??-: ?? ?-.  Blue?Ribbon Coffee is/absolutely  pure. -���It isysoid in all tlie stores in  AtllH;'7'?y'?;\;'.//';?;??/7/^:7';-:??'?7;--//?1/7.:  The ? A. O: U.?W. liockey dial-  leng;e has. beeii taken up and Ben  Nichol/will captaiii 7a leani of the  " World," with as; sturdy a lot of  players as ' eVer' handled astick.  The lodge boys will have to look to  it, they won't have everything  their own way. The game will  be played at the rink next Friday  afternoon and should be witnessed by a great number of people.  Dave Haslie is going to give a  grand, ball at:the Grand.Hotel and  supper on Ne\y Year's Eve. Gentlemen, $1; ladies free. '    :. ?."  Forchbice, fresh,: Dried ' Fruits,  Candied Peels, Nuts, Confectionery  and all Holiday Goods at cut rates?  go with the crowd to Nickersoii's. 7  Placer Act, 1901,? consolidated,  for sale at this office?'.'  The following announcement is  made iii a recent issue of the " Province," ���'���which may be news to our  readers: Mr. C. D. Newton, a well  known merchant of Atlin, who  came down from the north by the  steamer City of Seattle, has been  'married, iu Victoria, to Mrs. Ived-  gerwood, a belle of that city.  Sixteen Fancy Xmas Presents to  be raffled for on Christinas Jvve at  Pillnian & Co.'s.  Show  Case   for  sale,--Apply at  the C.(,AH! Office  For Fancy, Groceries  aiid Xmas  i.  S:  rn^  ij��/  m  ^Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  FEEE:?E<  L^  mm  C h oi c e; Wi 11 es, dlviq u t>rs "a ii cl ?(2i gars?  ?7;y:i; :?y7.7/7; y//.;//7;;/-;://y/E/v'ROS^  7 7,??7?/?Cornep?Pearl; and/First; Streets,/ Atlin, B.C.?/;;; 77  This   New   iind   Comiuodious /Hotel  was opened to .the  Public, April  ���'/?'?;-v;'.;'i'6tliV':...i.9pr:.'7T:Everyth(iiig in 1L7 is? New.;���Strictly -First: Class.  CHOICEST WINtS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS���CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY. ;  ...    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS GN HAND.    ..  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  /   Noktiihkn Hotel Building, ��� Fikst STRiiKT.  .G.-K. Hayks.  J. (j. t!onNKr,r,.  ,       Discovery?  OPEN DAY: AND NIGHT./  FIRST-GEASS RKSTAtlRANT  ���'-'?"-;"-:;- -- '���IN"-'- ;/.7.-::v...:....  f. ?  CONNECTION.    -  lleaiiniini'ters for Htilmcr A l'ari-ott'.s stase.  Therrnal ���-- "Vapour  7 '^bmths^ :y:-[  Troy' Lanodry & Bath: House:?  ."."'  Lake St;,'hot.: Kant and Watson Ave. ,7  :���..;'..:..-..���  7  COFKIS. I'l'op.         THE   IRVING   HOTEL,  Pine City, .B.C.-  'Has the Best Kquipped' bar.  'J'Iim MclJoiiald   KiitcflaiiiiiKjnt   Hall in Con-  rinutinn.'  '   .     ' A. Ii. JIcDo.vai.ii, Prop.  7" IRK I, AND HOTFI.,  ffW.;^  ..-'���? '"    ',.  NOTARV i'unuc/7  OI'FIGEi���Peai-l Street.-opp. Post, Odicp.  All Kinds   of Mining Papers  f    Made   Out.   Sovoral  j-ears*  practical experience.:���-  I;I1-!ST  STKKHT,   ATLIN.  J.   KIRICLAND, -Manaci.uk.  First-class dining room  And lileganl Sleeping Rooms.  DISCOVERY, B?C  Finest, of liquors.  Good stabling.  It. T. Pknuohk, Proprietor.  . K  e  I!: LIN!!  BATHS  13ARBFR SHOP  -HKST   LIQi;OKS   .4   GIGA US  (lO'.lll    Acru.M.MOIiATKJN.  ��� -ItltHTADKANT   IN  Cli'.'NErjTl'CN."     ' 7  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor,  flooil Stalilinu; lor Il,n-Bf;s uml Doss.  I'l-up.  >'.'.- O'.'t-iJi'.v tli'.-ir !n;\i-   i|imrii��i�� tn'M  flu- iiiial; of fi.-.S'. A.. J-'ir^t Sn-ci-i.  ���-*���-.:-,������..-���ii* nn; c.-.-jiially <;s ���.-noil an fonrn  ���i -.   y.'t' '���''.���  Kntr.int-:' for la-Iif-*.  -- :r>,  Ii  i'!^ i:  -���! -.���, f.!.. *;.. ii. i.',.  .-;���',-;, A.M. t.l.t.  ���;��������� it:pj.dk: Engineer",  /Hii'veyors;  ���OiT,   A'l'i.iK,   P   :  .  ULFS FOGFRT & SON,  S'.VISS    "\\'/iTC7tM.-\l<.l-;KS,  And   m a 11 n fad uiiii[-,' j"��olli'i's.  AI'.lt'.MlSOf  ���t n-r.rU /.���>:f-cii;i-rl \-. iih  iw,  ?':fl  ^.-/. A~i- -.���:;:��������� :;ishvi  v:::',-i.'^'T;;s��-!^EJiS!iBi��E  ^����


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