BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Atlin Claim Dec 21, 1901

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xatlin-1.0169366.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xatlin-1.0169366.json
JSON-LD: xatlin-1.0169366-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xatlin-1.0169366-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xatlin-1.0169366-rdf.json
Turtle: xatlin-1.0169366-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xatlin-1.0169366-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xatlin-1.0169366-source.json
Full Text
xatlin-1.0169366-fulltext.txt
Citation
xatlin-1.0169366.ris

Full Text

 W ������;������  VOL.   5.  ATLIX, B. LV, SATURDAY. DECEMBER, '21,    1901.  NO.  Are   offering    Special   Bargains   in   their  Large  Stock -of Men's   Goods  INCIiUlJINU  Clothing,    Heavy   Qvershirts,    Sweaters9  Caps, Underwear and Shoes*  Their Stock of Groceries is the Largest  and most Complete in Atlin. They  are prepared to give specially Close  Prices for winter supplies.  Gall, examine  and   secure  prices before purchase  ing elsewhere.  BLACKETT & CO.  IRON    STOJ^E,   First  and  Trainor Streets, Atlin, B. C.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPrTAI,    PAID    UP    $8,000,000.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,      . .  San Francisco,   >: > -._.-- Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Gold Dust Pukciiaskd���Assay  Okkich in Con-suction.  J. S.  MUNRO, Manager.  Tbe Carriboo Motel*  Wm.   WALMSLEY,   Proprietor.  -    FIRST   CLASS   IN   EVERY   RESPECT.  Fine   Wines,   Liquors   and   Cigars. Stabling for Horses.  Opposite Devot. CARIBOU,  Y. T.  ^Bi  The Vancouver General Store.  sag?  Dealers  in Provisions,   Dry. Goods,   Etc.,  A.   S.   GROSS   &   Go.  SPECIAI.TIKS  IN  FANCY   CAKES   & . PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc.  Good Rooms to Kent���Hy the IJnj-  Chas. AIyek, Proprietor.  Week or Month at ruu>omtl>le rates.  JIMMY REGAN  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  Ai'inn Club and Genuine Hockey Skates. Men's  Half Solon uiul Shoe Nuils.  Henry  Diston A Son's Snws. Windows, Doors, Gln.ss mid 1'utte.v, etc., etc.  Full Line of Winchester���Black & Smokeless���Rifle & Shotgun  Cartridges.  Goods   Bought   Sold   and   Exchanged.  The = Bank = of = British = North > America  Established in 1888.   lneor|)oi-nt��d by Royal Charter.  Paid Up Capital-   -   -    -    -    -    -    $4,866,666  Reserve Fund   -   -   -   -   -   -   -.'   $"��7��3i333  Head Office in Canada: Montreal.. H. Stikbman, General  Manager.  Branches hi all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco, Seattle. Tacoma, Portland, Spokane, Bostoni'.Chi.cago, Etc  ASSAY OFFICE  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.  1 Ounrt^' A���<>���.:t\���ir.jr.:\l. Reasonable 'Rates-..  THE NEW TREATY: IS  RATIFIED.  The Boers Lose One of Their  Best Generals.  and ' is   succeeded  Coimaught.  by the Duke of  Lord Roberts Retires From Com.  mand���Vancouver Backs Up  White Horse In Connection  With Mail Serviee.  ��� Washington, D. C, Dec. 20th.  ���The Hay-Panncefote treaty has  been , ratified by Congress. Only  six votes recorded against the ratification.  The new c, treaty was signed on  the 18II1 of last mouth by Secretary  Hay for the United'States and Lord  Panncefote, Ambassador for Great  Britain.  This treaty, is intended to replace the first Hay - Panncefote  treaty. That convention was  amended so -extensively by the'  United States Senate at its last session that, tbe British Government  declined to ratify it. Within a few  week:.- negotiations begiiirafresh-be-  tween Hay and Panncefote which  has resulted in tlie ratification ol  the new treaty drawn with.special  reference to the objections made by  Great Britain.  The principal, point of difference  between the new and ' the failed  treaty is the withdrawal of Great  Britain from the joint guarantee of  the neutrality oi" the canal, thus  leaving the United States the sole  guarantor.  The section of the old provision  respecting the right to fortify the  canal leaves that right by inference optional with the United  Slates.  - All commerce, of whatever nationality, passing through the canal  will fare alike. There will be no  discrimination in rates in favor of  United States shipping. Otherwise  the new treaty is similar in scope to  last year's treaty. It replaces,  technically, tlie Clayton - Bulwer  trcaty, concluded in 1850. By the  terms of that old convention the  United States and Great Britain  agreed that neither should seek any  advantage in the right of transit  across the Isthmus. By the new  conveutioii Great Britain yields her  right in favor of the United States,  which is thus at liberty to construct a canal.  ,   Vancouver,   Dec,    20th.���Vancouver has ��vired   Postmaster-Gene-  nil   Mulock   endorsing  the request-  of White Horse to have iis full maill  service resumed.  W. IT. Keary has been elected  Mayor of New Westminster.,  The, C. P. R. is going to build 3'  large tourists' hotel in Victoria.  There is talk of Hazard & Stern  raising the Islander by the use of  an egg-shaped glass diving bell  and search-light,' the bell stand-in"-  any pressure.  Mails arriving . by the Cottage  City fell in tlie water and readied  heie in a very dilapidated condition.  New York, Dec. 20th���Edison'  declares himself convinced that  Marconi has received wireless signals across the Atlantic.  Closing Exercises.  The closing exercises of the Atlin Public School were held yesterday afternoon, at which there was  a full attendance of pupils .and ti  fair attendance of the public.  The proficiency which' the children showed in the examination  through which they were put, covering the work of the first term,  reflects very great credit upon their  teacher, Miss Hughes.  At the close of the exercises remarks were made by the Trustees  and some of the visitors, and, in  these, Miss Hughes has reason to  feel that her diligent attention to  her duties is fully appreciated by  parents and children alike.  London, Dec. 20th. ��� General  Kritzinger, the famous Boer commander, who figured prominently  iu the invasion of Cape Colony,  has been captured by General  French.  Major-General de Winton is dead.  Lord Roberts has retired from  the command  of  the  British army  They Come and Go.  We. regret to . learn that a prominent member of one of our banking fraternities, Mr. L. M. De Gex,  is about to leave us, having been  transferred to White Horse. Mr.  De Gex, the last of the pioneers in  the local branch of the Bank of  Commerce, has made many friends  during his long sojourn iu our  midst and he has always been a  prominent figure in our social  events. He has been an eutbus.as-  tic member of the Board of Trade  from which he will be greatly  missed. We congratulate our neighboring city, White Horse, on the  acquisition of such an estimable  citizen, and wish Mr. De Gex every  .'prosperity.  Mr. De Gex will be succeeded b}'  Mr. B. E. Mobsrly, from the Nau-  aimo branch. Mr. Moberly comes  well recommended, and he is said  to be oyer at Taku now waiting for  the lake to freeze.  Copies of the new Placer Act of  1901, consolidated with th'"e Acts of  189S and 1S99,: for sale at the  Claim Office. ' ATLIN,  P,.C.  SATURDAY,   DKCKMBKR,   21 r  ronr  The .Atlin' Claim.  PiihlUln.Ml    evi-ry    Sat unlay   ii!'>i-ni"(i   1 >v  'I'm-; Atun Claim   l't.iii.isniNii Cm..  A. (1. Ihiisciii'i'.i.n. Kiii'i'oii.  1).  Toil!)   I,KICK,  Sllll-I'lMtlH-.  Olticc ol' publication lVnH S'., Atlin, It. (!.  Ailvi-i'iiiint; Ilntcs-. $1.11(1 per inch, each  iiist.-i'l ioti. Ki'iidiu^- notici-*, tir, ri'iits u lint'.  Special ('onti-iH-t  lint(*s on application.  This xiiliM-i'iiitiim price is $r, a year pny-  ' iilile in advance. No p ipci- \\ ill lie ilelivei-eil  unless t li is ci nut itii mi is coin i diet I with.  HYDRAULIC vPLACER  Saturday, Dice.   21st,  1901  Tmc relative positions of the hy-  dntulic leaseholder and the ' placer  miner, mentioned in a letter lo the  'Editor in another column, is a subject which, since the ".ranting of  leases in the distiict over occupied  ground, has been :t sore and unsatisfactory point lo both inlciests.  As far as we understand the matter,  the trouble seems lo arise irom  the failure of the authorities to  insist upon applicants for leases  living up to the laws by which  such applications are governed,  portions of the ground meanwhile  may have been lelocated Wy individual placer miners and been  proved of value for individual mining, while, on the other hand, had  the applicant become a leasahol ler  and 'conscientiously developed his  ground it would not have been open  for individual re-location.  hi our opinion, from a literal  translation of the Act, applications lor leases -may be made  upon all or any ground not legally  held hy placer miners, and the completion of title by and with the  Government within the lime specified in the Act, gives title against  all comers and circumstances.  Were it otherwise, hydraulic or  dredge mining could never be undertaken' in this Province, because  the moment pay was struck on  ground covered by leases individuals would have the privilege of  stepping in and jumping the ground,  on the assumption that such  ground was available lor placer  purposes.  Ground once abandoned by  miners, whether worked or 1111-  worked after a given time, should  be open for lease, and  amendments  A Question  Agitating   Local  Miners.  Free Miner" Gives His Opinion  on the Subject -.-.' What the  Placer Aet Says.  The subject suggested in L'ue following letter is well worthy the attention and'consideration of miners  and of the Government, and it'is-  published with lli'c view that the  matter - may be taken up through  our colunn s in oider that public  opiui'jn may be obtained, and,, il"  necessary, the Government memorialized on the subject:  Siu:--As there is considerable  doubt in ihe camp with regard to  the relative position of hydraulic  lease-holders and the placer miners,  I would suggest, with your-permission, that the question might be  ventilated  through   your   columns,  after the Gold   Commissioner gives J  liim notice of the execution   of the  lease; - -,- -but in case the applicant  fails lo   perform his part iii  accord- i Einest of liquors  ance with his application,   llieii the  twenty   dollars deposited   shall be  forfeited  Vo   the  .Government, and  his application shall be void.  Sec. 94. A lease shall not be j  granted for any ruining ground any j  portion   of   which   is   actually oc- |  PINE TREE HOTEL.  DISCOVERY, B. C.    ;  Good stabling.  K. T. Pkmiosv., Proprietor.  THE  IRVING   HOTEL,  Pine City, B. C.  Has the Best Equipped Bar.  cupied by free miners,  miles;   with j'1'1"'JI,'1,("i"1,1"l';iJ"!'r",.il"'''"t llal1 '" (J"-  tlic consent of such' occupiers - - .] j  - nectioii.  A .  It.  M11D0NAI.I), Prop.  Hycfr^ulio  #  inmg %  Machinery-  Mining, .Pumping & Sluicing  Machinery,  Centrifugal Sand, Gravel &  Dredgi ng Pu 1 n ps.  made staling that after so many  years' leaseholders should have  quiet possession. The Act cannot  be so construed as to give both  placer miner and leaseholders possession to Ihe same ground at one  and the same time.  We believe thateuaclment should  be made refusing lo grant any more  hydraulic  leases unless the ground  so covered shall have been abjudged  unprofitable for    individual   working, and that leases applied for and  not taken up according  to the Act,  ' should revert to  the Crown and be  open for individual re-location. The  hick of ground  open  for  location,  whichis not hlanki'Ti'ij hy i.hasi*  Ai'i'UCATioNs,   is keeping  out  incomers and   driving   out   our best  placer-mitters who have worked out  their miserable 100-foot claims.  Dutiable Plans.  Victoria, Dec 10th.��� Collector  of Customs Milne has seized the  New Westminster bridge plans, demanding $300 duty. The leca!  Government refuses to pay.  with the object of obtaining accurate in formation for our future  guidance.  For instance, it would be rather  disagreeable for some of our placer  miners if certain leaseholders should  lay legal hands on their output of  .guld I" and yet, owing to our  peculiar gold laws, such action is  apparently within the bounds of  possibility.  However well intentioned the  Government may be, it is evident  that, unless the laws in ihis and  some other respects, are carefully  revised, Ave are likely to experience  serious trouble amongst our mining  community in the neaV future. Wc  already have a crop uf litigation in  hand, which fact, reflects no credit  on the gold laws, and if these laws  were perfectly clear, and administered iu an efficient and equitable  manner, there would be no occasion .for any litigation whatever,  and a general stimulus would be  given lo the mining industry.  One of the existing anomalies in  the carrying out of the gold laws  is that the Government is liable to  derive fees from both placer claim  holders and hydraulic leaseholders  located 011 the same ground. Now,  it is certainly advisable that the  placer miners should be officially  notified of any Crown grants [leases  issued] for hydraulics that have already been sanctioned by the  Government, and it would also be  satisfactory to learn whether the  system of issuing Atlin hydraulic  leases from Victoria is altogether  compatible with the proper administration of the gold laws in this  district.  The practice of staking ground  by scribbling a few illegible lines  on th<? posts might well be abolished, and various other reforms are  required for the benefit of the  miners and the promotion of progress on these goldfields.���Yours,  etc., Eio-k MiiS'ivR.  Pine Creek. Dec. 17th, ioor.  [The following extracts from  Part VH. of the Act are quoted for  general information, and the sections referred to are those which  have direct -bearing' upon the acquirement of hydraulic leases:  Sec. go. It shall be lawful for the  Gold Commissioner, with the sanction of the Lieut. - Governor in  Council, to grant a lease of any u.x-  occlu'ikd and unkkskrvkd.Crown'  land for placer mining purposes for  aiiy term not exceeding twenty  years on such terms and conditions  as he shall think lit ...  See. tj2. - - - the. balance <>i the  fust year's . rent shall be paid by  I lie   applicant   within   sixty   days  1-1YDRAUMC    DERRICKS ��� Erom 3 to 10 tons lifting capacity.  HAND    POWER    DERRICKS   of   1   to   2   tons lifting capacity.  HYDRAULIC    GRAVEL    ELEVATORS,  HYDRAULrC    GIANTS,    WATER    GATES,-  ANGLE    STEEL    RIEELES    &  HYDRA 1)1,10   RIVETED    PIPE.  The Joshua Hendy Machine Works.  Nos. 3S to 44 Eiuoiont Strkkt,  SAN    FRANCISCO,   CAL.  Write for prices, circulars and catalogues, or call on  A. C' Hirschfeld, Agent,,Atlin, B. C  -THE    KOOTENAY    HOTEL: ��  COR.  George E. Hayes, Proprietor-  First and Tuainor Strkkts.  o  Tliis First Gln^i Hotel   lias   lieen   remodeled and refurnished throughout  nml offm-s   the best accommodation  to  Transient or Pei-uinnuiit  Guests.���American mill  Europpan Plan.  Finest   Wines,   Liquors   and   Cigars.  Billiards    and    Pool.  0  ���  n  .a  ������o*<cv*o:-*'o*��*:o*:o$'C!*'a*^  THE ��HA  HOTEL  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THU NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED  IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNER.  French Restaurant in Connection  Rick & Hastik, Profriktoks;    David Ha.stik, Manackk.  , Corner of First and Discoverv Streets.  ��  f.o I e ij*  Importer  of General   Merchandise  Miners'    Supplies  OUTFITTING A. SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C  Hydraulic Giants & Hydraulic Riveted Steel Pipe.  WiMimnufncture a full line of all supplies rrciuireil for  Hydraulic   Mining*  Wis have now in our shops orders for Will feet of Pipe: also Water Gates, Hydraulic  Giants, etc. i>��rha|)S you nmy need sumethinir- immediately from tins followine; lines  which we cmi ship lit. onco frum stock:  engines 1'a'ns oke caus gkizzlies  uoim'ks bi.oweus      'orb buck uts        iielt'ng  pumps iu,owki��       valves enginekiw fittings, etc.  - .    The Vancouver Engineering Works        -        -  KUCCKHHOH8 To ARMSTRONG   &   MORRISON,  Iron   Founders, Boiler Makers and Machinists.  OFFICE"- AND   WORKS,   VANCOUVER.   H. (J.  THE   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Month.  AMERICAN    AND    KUKOPKAN    PLAN.  J. P. Uosii. Muiiu  i>r.  ���' it ATLIN, B. C, SATURDAY,' DECKMBER, 21,  toot."'  DKAI.KRS   IN  First Street; Atlin, B. G.  Handle only the' best Goods in the Market.  Groceries, Fruits, FiQisr^ Feed'  and Provisions*'  �� BEST   SERVICE   GUARANTEED.  '  Trv   our, Teas and Coffees.  WITHOUT WIRE  Marconi Astounds the World  With His Theory.  WEARILY   WEARS   THE   WAR.  Provincial Affairs In. a   Muddle���  Dr.   Scharschmlclt   Promoted  -Vancouver's Fatal Family  Feud.  Nmv Youk, He:. 16tl1.---.Mar-  , coui claims lo have signalled across  the Atlantic from Newfoundland to  Cornwall by his system of wireless  telegraphy, and says lie will have  his system so perfected that he will  cable the report of King Edward's  coronation across the ocean. Edison is very skeptical.    ���  London, Dec 10th.��� General  Kitchener captures 400 Boers, Severn l laagers ai'.d gui:s.  ��� -London, Dec. inh. ���General  Bruce Hamilton, by forced night  march, surprised a number of Boers  of Bethel's commando and took  many prisoners, as well as, guns,  ammunition and supplies. - The attack was made at midnight yesterday at Trichard's .Fontein. Many  Boers were killed. No British,  casualties reported.  London, Dec 16th.���By another  night march General Hamilton  captured Yiljoeu's commando and  recovered the guns lost in the disaster to the late Col. Benson's  column.  Vancouver, Dec. loth. ��� Recruiting for the Canadian Mounted  Infantry took place throughout  Canada yesterday. Quebec was  the only point where the number of  applicants did not come up to the  quota. Vancouver's quota was 20,  while 100 applications were received.  Vamcouvkk. Dec. nth.���The  new contingent for South Africa  left for the East by today's train.  They were given a big send-off by  the citizens here.  Ottawa, Dec. t6Ui. ��� Canada  offers to equip a field hospital, with  a staff of fifty men for South Africa.  .The offer of 300 additional men for  the C. M. I. has been accepted, and  British Columbia's 'quota has been  raised to 55.  Victoria, Dec. 14th.���The Hon.  ���W. C. Wells, Minister of Public  Works, returned today from Ottawa  and.says that the Provincial Government will announce a .strong  positive railway and general policy  at once. The Dominion Government, he says, promises to assist in  the construction of the Coast to  Kooteuay line and the New Westminister bridge.  The petition against the election  of Thomas Gifford, opposition  member for New Westminster in  the recent bye-election, has been  dismissed.  The " Victoria Post" states that  Mr. Speaker Booth, will resign at  once. He protests against the  Government for not having issued  writs , for the bye-election ii: Victoria, to fill the .si'at made vacant  by the appriulincnt of the Hon. J.  IT. Turner to be B. C. Coiuniis-  'siouer in London.  A deal is reported by which Conservatives will buy the " Vancouver  World " and make il a Conservative  paper. '   ��� .   ���<d^---    Skatti.k, '  Dec.    ,'ntli. --The  "Times" say   that  H. E.' Darling  Manager of  the B: V. N..C0., will  be   replaced    by   Dr.   P.  K. Schar  schmidt,    who,  for the past season  has   been   Superintendent   of   the  Atlin Division.  Vancouver, Dec. 14th.���After  a family row at the residence of  Mr. Keeler, the house was burned  down and the mother and daughter  were burned-to death.- The father  is now in jail pending an investigation.  Admiral Schley Turned Down.  Washington, D. C, Dec.  14.���  A majoiity   report  condemns  Ad  miral Schley on eleven points.   Ad  miral Dewey sustains him.  The Dirigo's Mishap.  VANCouviiK, Dec. 'tlh.-���The  Dirig-o broke her stearing gear iu  Porchier Straits on her last trip  north and had to return. She is  now in dry dock here.  Dominion Government steamer  Quadra is erecting a lighthouse on  the south side of the entrance to  Nauaimo Harbor.-  Troubles of the Mines and Miners.  Vancouvkr, Dec. iotlv. ��� As  soon as the Nanainio, Extension  and Alexandra Coal Miners' Unions  amalgamated Dunsmuir closed the  Alexandra mines.  , Premier Dunsmuir narrowly escaped death today. He had gone  into the smouldering works at the  Extension mines, and had just  come up when an explosion occurred.  LAND ACT,  1901,  ���KJO'J'ICE is lici-eliy fjivcii that Sixty days  alter date I intend to a|)|ily to the Cliiel  Commissioner of Lands and Works, for i>ei���  mission to purchase the following described  tract of land ia the Atlin Mining Division of  Cassiar, II. C, commeiioiiiiy at a post planted  on the shore of TaUn Arm about ball' a mile  north of the mouth of Atlintoo Uiver. thence  ciiNt 41) chains: thuiii'U-IU chains S.: thence 10  chains W., mori' or less to the -shore of Takti  Arm, thence following the shore of Taku  Arm to the point of commencement.  "Aimii'u C. Dick.  October ���i-.li-d, 111(11  NOTICE.  " Uock iik.Ahbh"   .Mineral   Claim,  situated  at Discovery Camp, Pine Creek.  TO .1.11. ���MAL.t.AI.KU AND W. llol.l.l.NI.S-  WOHTII (111 OTHK1I Til Kilt AfiKN-L- OH AflHSTH :  ���VVT-Ii, the iindersisriied, W.C Mitchell, and  V. A. Wise, part owners of the abovo  mineral claim, hereby trive notice to the  above-iiaineil .1. II. Mallaleu and WJlnlliiifrs-  woi'tli or other ihr.ir Agent or Agents, that  wo do hereby reimest the said J. II. Mullitlcu  and W. KolliiiKSWorl.h to contribute their  sliare of the assessment ���work done on tlie  said claitn, viz.: Two years' assessment work  anil survey, from  May 22nd, I.Sii'J, uiuoiiiitiii;;  Ikk. f ��� ii.i.ksi-i !���;. Prop.  Finest   Wines,   Liquors  and   Cigars.  Furnished Rabins'by the Day,  .'  ' . ,  r Week or JVIonth.  to tlie sum of ^250. Unless the snid amount  be paid to us on or before the [2th day of  .iniiiinry next we'shull proceed under and by  virtue of the powers conferred by Section I  of the .Mineral Amendment Act, l'.lllll, repeal-  iiiK- Section II of Cap. IB of the Statutes  of Ihiili.        ' W. (I. Mitcmkli..  l-\ A. Wihk.  Atln.. U. C.'Oet. 12th, liWI. se-7-3ai  Notice.  TVTOTICK is liprehy given that application  wili be made to the Pat'liamrul of Canada, at its next sittings foi- leave to incorporate a railway company, called the " bake  Bennett Railway Company," to construct,  ecinip, operate and maintain a railway'from  a point on or near the Dyea river, on the International [loiiiidary, between Hritisb  Columbia and A laska, to a point at or near  Lake Heunett, tlieu<-e to a point on the Yukon liver at or near .Selkirk in tbe Yukon  Terriiory.  With power to euuip, construct and operate branch hues: to build, own and maintain docks and wharves; to equip, own mill  build boats and to operate the same: to  eiiuip, own and operate telegraph and  telephone lines and      to       generate  electric power for heating, lighting and motive power; to expi opi-iat.? land uccessary  for the said railway and to levy and to collect tolls, and to make traffic arrangements  incidental to said line of railway.  Dated at Vaucouvei, I). C, tliisISth day of  November, 111*11 _ _ ' ili;7-iit  1). G. Ma<;ih>nsi-h.i.,  ,- ..       .   Solicitor for Applicants.  APPLICATION' FOR LAND.  N  OTlCli is hereby given that Sixty days  after date hereof, we intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and W jrks  for permission to purchase 1 ti") acres of land,  more or less (for terminal and industrial  purposes), described as follows: fa Cassiar,  Atlin district. Province of liritisli Columbia,  eoiuiiieiieing at a post about one third of a  mile north of Atlintoo river, on the lake  shore, marked "liritisli Yukon Navigation  Company's, Ltd., initial nnd N. W. corner  post," thence east 20 chains, thence south SI)  chains, thence west 2'.l chains to its intersection with lake shore, thonee following along  the line of lake shore to the point of commencement.  Dated thisSeeond day of November, 1111)1.  Tin-: HitiTisii Yukon Navigation Co.. Ltd.  per P. I". Schahsch.muii, Supt.,  noIi-St. . A (rent.  ���VTOT1CE is hereby given that applicatiini  will be made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of liritisli Columbia at  its next session for an Act to incorporate a  company with power to construct, eiiuip,  maintain and operate n line or lines of railway, of standard gauge, from a point at or  near Uazelton, on the Skeena river, in the  District of Cassiur, by the most feasible and  practicable route to a point at or near the  Northern boundary line of the Province of-  liritisli Columbia, ut or near Teslin lake, or  Atlin lake, or both, and also from said Uazelton by the m.At reasonable and feasible  route to a point at or near the 1'asteru  boundary Hue of the Province, via the  Skeeua, liabine, Driftwood, Oinineca and  Fiiiluy rivers to the Peace River Pass, thence  Kasterlv to a point at or near the liasteru  boundary of the Province: with authority,  also to construct, equip, maintain and operate branches from any point in the proposed line or lines, not exceeding I" any one  case thirty miles in length, and with power  to eoiistruct, iiwiuire..own mid maintain  wharves and doi;ks in connection therewith,  mill tu construct, own. e<|iiip and maintain,  steam and other vessels and boats, and to  operate the same on any navigable waters,  and to construct, operate and ��� maintain  telegraph and telephone lines along the  routes'of .sulci railway and its branches, or  in connection therewith, ami 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 assistance in aid of tlie construction of the Company's undertaking and to connect with and  to enter into traffic or other arrangements  with railway, st en mJii int. or other companies,  and for all right!-., powers and privileges nec  essary, usual or incidental lo all or nay of  1'he aforesaid-pit eposes.  Dated this 21st  day or October, A. I)., 1P01.  ColtNWAI.I, &   lioiircus,  Solicitors for the Applicants-.  n(i!)-(it  TSJOTICI-! is hereby given that application  will be made to the Legislative As-  sembI.v,of the Province of liritisli Columbia  at its next session by the Pacific Northern it  Oinineca Railway Company for an Act to  amend it's Act of Incorporation, being- M  Victoria, Chapter Ik), of the Statutes of t he  said Province, by wiving the Company power  to build a branch line from any point at or  near Ila/.cltou on the main line of the railway by the most, feasible ami practicable  route, following the general direction of  llulkley river ton point ut or near its junction with the Teliiua, river, iu the Onssiar  district, and to amend Section 11 of the snid  Act by increasing the bonding powers of t he  said Company.  Dated  at.  Victoria,   li. (J.,  this 21st day (if  October, lillll.  CoiINWAI.I, A   UllliKIIH,  iioR-lit Solicitors for the Applicants.  l:OR  Photographs  01-  Alaska,   Yukon   and  Northern   B.C.  I'KOM  Skagway to Atiisi & Dawson  GO  TO  See HIRSCHFELD  Pacific Coast S.S. Co.,  Pioneer Alaska Line.  Safe, Fast, Punctual, Comfortable,  and Luxurious.  Courteous   Treatment;,  Snlcndid  Meals*  I'O II  B.C. and Puget Sound  Ports  THE   ELEGANT   STEAMSHIPS  ,   Leave Skagway  CITY OF SEATTLE,  CITY OFTOPHKA,  Alternate  sailings  every live clays  direct for Sound Ports.  Above   .Schedule      subject     to  change without notice.  J. H. KELLY, Agent,  .SUajtwnj-, AlusUii  ��� ���   ' Ilv YOU   WANT  Information  CONCKRIs'INC''  MINES & MINING PROPERTY  In the Atlin District  WKITK  TO  A* G* Hirschfeld  Real  Estate- and   Mining   Broker,  P. O. Box, 36. Atlin, Ii. C. ATLIN,  B.C.. SATURDAY," DECEMBER,  s'r,  tgor  �� -i  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Church el ICnglaml:  St. Martin's Cbiircb, cor. Third mitl Ti-iiin-  (iv -.trects. Sunday services, Matins at 11 a.  in.. l-;v(!iisong7:H0 p. in. Olobriition of Holy  Communion, 1st Sunday in each month and  on Special occasions. Sunday School, Sim-  day at II p. m. Committee Meetings, 1st  Thursday in each month.  ltcv. I', b. Steplirnsoii, Kector.  St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church hold  Mil-vices iu the Church on Second Street.  Morning service at II evening service 7 :!M)  Sunday School nt t be close of the morning  service. Itev. .1. Kussoil, .Minister. I'rco  Keadiug Room, to which all are welcome.  On Christmas Eve a special midnight service will be held in St.  Martin's church at 12' p.m., at  which a, shot t address will be delivered. On Christmas Day, Divine  service will be held at 1: a.m., followed by celebration of Holy Communion.  FREE���One Hundred Dollar* in  Prizes in .the next Sixty days.  Come early and get your choice. --  E. L. Pillraai: & Co.  There is more solid comfort it! a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than i;i a  gallon of most beverages.  Avoid all aches and pains by taking a Thermal bath at the Troy  Laundry.  Furnished rooms 10 rent���apply  Hotel Northern.  "G. B." chocolates  at  Dockrill  ��� & 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 East and in  the Old Country he met several  ���capitalists desirous of securing such  properties. Miners would do well  to bear this in mind and communis  cate with Mr. Stables. Much good  -  may be the result.  At the Gold House masquerade  ball, next Saturday, prizes will be  given for the best dressed lad)', the  best dressed .gentleman, the best  sustained female character and the  best sustained male character.  These prizes are valuable ones; the  judges will be chosen from among  dancers during- the progress of the  evening and there will be five of  them. A glorious time is anticipated.  Placer Act, 1901, consolidated,  for sale at this office.  Don't forget the New Year's Eve  dance at the Grand Hotel. The  finest orchestra in the country will  be there and everybody thac knows  a good thing will" not miss that  dance of the year.  For a good, square meal, in a  hurry, go lo The Quick Lunch  Room.    Mrs.  Henuing, Prop.  Grand Turkey Shoot at the Veu-  dome Shooting and Bowling Gallery, on Tuesday, 24th insl. Open  tonil.  The Management cf the Gold  House, Discovery, cordially invite  their friends to a Masquerade Ball,  to be held tin Saturday,-2SII1 insl.  Blue   Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure. Tt is sold in all the stores in  Atlin.  Dave Hastie is going to'give a  grand ball at the Grand Hotel and.  supper on New Year's Eve. Gentlemen, $1; ladies free.  Sixteen Fanrv X���>:.'"-���  Proscils to  Important Miners' Meeting.  A meeting of miners, merchants  and all who are interested in the  welfare of the district, will be<held  in the Nugget Hall, Discovery, tonight, at 8 p.m. Matters of vital  importance will be iulrodueed for  discussion. Among the speakers  will be, Jas.' Stables, M.I,.A., Dr.  Young and A. C. Hirsdifeld. The  question of hydraulic grants and  other mining matters will be taken  up. It is hoped that there will be  a very large attendance.' ���  Members of the Board of Trade  and the Council are earnestly requested to be present.  Curnmings & Richardson,  Leading   House   for  Dry   Goods,   Boots   and   Shoes.  ���- ��������  Special Bargains in Clothing  j��  j*  . The Temperature.  The average temperature for the  the .last week, taken five times  every 24 hours, from noon, Friday,  13th, lo 110011, Friday 20th inst, is as  follows:  17  17--T  TCj.S  2S.4  . ���      26.6  27  anovo.  .13th     .  j.jth     . .  151I1  16th ���  '17th  18th ���    :���      .  19th ��� ��� 34-4        ir  20th.      .     ^ .        35 ���  The   highest   recorded   was  above at noon and   the   lowest  above during the night >_'f the 16th  The prevailing wind has been southeasterly  and rain   fell  during   the  evenings of the 16th and 18th and  during the day of the 19th.  OUR   PRICES   ARE   THE   LOWEST.  '���    - - Orders taken for Tailor-made Suits.  Tun*er Bccton & Co.  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!    R\V.  A. B. C. BOHEMIAN    St.    LOUIS    MiER.  MOET    &    CHANDON.   CHAMPACNE.    DRY    IMPERIAL  VENDOME : HOTEL  Choicest, Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  37  9  FREE BOWLING ALLEY.  Show Case for sale.���Apply at  the Claim Office.  For Fancy Groceries and Xmas  Delacies go to Pillman & Co/s.  Just received���A full atid, complete line of holiday goods.���E. L.  Pillman & Co.  The hockey match, A. O. U. \V.  vs the World, postponed from yesterday for lack of ice, will be  played on Christmas Day.  Tom .Hinchcliffe invites his Atlin friends to come and have Christmas dinner with him at Taku City.  Mortgagee's Sale.  TVJOTICIi is hereby tfiven that the "Zara,"  ���~ "Anna Leah," " lllacltbird." "Lion,"  ���'Daisy " ami " Jackie " placer claiiiiH, situated on Gold creek, Atlin Minine; Division ol  Cassiar District, li. CI., will be sold by public  auction, on January lttli, 19(12, at 10 o'clock  in the forenoon, at llio Government liuilil-  in^s. Atlin, II. C.  W. POLI.AUl) GlIANT,  de-2I-lt. Solicitor for MortKngcc.  RoUI RusscIL  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Pool and Billiards Jm,  Dixon &  Burton,   Pro|>*.  T��1E ROYAL HOTEL,  E.  ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, JL C.  This   New   and  Commodious   Hotel was opened to the Public,  j*.  16th, 1901.���Everything in it is New.���Strictly First Class  CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SKCWUY.  April  Fish,  C.DOELKER,  .    FI<ESH MEATS Al.  AYS ON HAND.    .    .  Game   in   season and   home    made   Sausage.  NORTHERN   HOTlil.   BuiUMNG,   ElRKT. STKKKT.  G. 15. Hayes.  .1. G. (Joknki.i..  AT  nugget fiottl  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION.  >lenil<iutirters for Milliner & Parrott'N stajie  T7"IRKLAND HOTEL,  riKST  STKKRT,   AT 1,1 N.  J.  KIRKLAND, - Managkk.  First-class dining room  And Elegant Sleeping Rooms.  Thermal ��� Vapour  V. BMTHS fy   '  Troy Laundry & Bath House  bake St., bet. Km it iiikI Watson Ave.  C'OL'i-iN. Prop.  DlSCUVI.vRV, B.  C.  -j.A'i'i.'!M).\V,    Dl-X:.   ^.'vni  O.K.  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  W* G* PAKTON,  NOTAKY  rUKI.IU.  l>l''L'ICJIi: - Pearl Sti-oul. opp. Post Office.  All Kinds   of Mining Papers  Mada  Out.  ���Several  .venr-i'  pi-sictieal experience.������-  "IttTEL; VANCOUVER.  IIKST .-UyiJOKS   A   CIGARS  Good  Accommodation-, ~- IIkbtauhant  in  Connection.  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Good Stabling for plumed nnd l)o��:n.  Four Valuable Prizes.  Everybody imvit*>*l.  V. I.IMC Prop.  Now (icciip.v tln-ii- now quarters next  j    - lo tin- I'.nnli iii' II. N. A.. First Street.  : i'lic Imtli i-'i'iiik are no, mill Jf as Rood iik foil nil  in i-iii-'-..    l-'riv.-itc KntraiiCH for Indies.  BROWNLEE&WWRY  .1. II. Brownlce, P. I.. S., D. L, S. ;  ��� r. .- ��� -.-y, .<��� m. i. c. r.  ���   5  -'������'lr,tflic Engineers,  i;��������� .1 -Iu; /eyors.  ....UT,   ATI,IN,  B. .C  TULES EGGURT & SON, '  Swiss  Watciuiakkrs,  And  ninntifnctili-liiir jeweller*.  All hinds of nii��(f��t work executed witb  neatncHH mill disputed.  first, St.  next to Viuicoiivcr General Stor  W.  WALLACE GRIME  & Co.,  MIMNli BROKERS & COMMISSION AfilNfS.  ������Hi  iff  ���fill  0,'ff  Thin! ;-.tt'!.:c:|,  .tilt!   I.!.   C.  i'fl

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xatlin.1-0169366/manifest

Comment

Related Items