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 ATLII  VOL.   8.  ATLIN, B. CM SATURDAY,  FEBRUARY   14,   1903.  'NO.  187  THE CAMPAIGN.  Good Work Accomplished By  the Opposition,  .Tho Atlin Vote Had Little Effoct  on the Majority ���-The Best  Man Elected.  Contrary to our expectations,  there was a good deal of enthusiasm shown in Monday's election,  especially by the coterie of Fo-  leyites, with the result that the  number of votes polled .-considerably exceeded our calculations,  and the  Foleyites  won ,the day in  ��� this district.'although the majority  '.here against  Macpherson did not  materially affect the safe majority  he had previously obtained from  ��� other parts of the constituency. ������-It  cannot be denied that the Foley  advocates won the day upon,the  strength of a "fake" trlegram,  claiming that Macpherson had a  majority   of  only   23.    This,   to-  ��� gether with the chance occurrence  that the first men to reach Ruby  creek, during the recent stampede,':  were Macpherson supporters," gave  tlie opposition an opportunity.-.to  wiu over many of those who would  otherwise have supported the Government candidate. Political issues  were entirely cast aside and local  issues apparently carried the day.  The  votes  recorded  at  the different polling stations stand thus :  Mac.       F        Mel  Surprise 3        19 -  Discovery 29       43       . 1 ,._  Atlin   . 44        53 "      ~  76      115 1  Majority for Foley, 39.  From the latest returns of the  ��� election'from Vancouver,. Macpher-  son's majority, exclusive of Atlin,  was  249.    A few' points have'still  ,   to be heard from, and it is conceded  the total  majority from  the whole  constituency will be in the neighborhood of 250.  One million dollars will be spent  .by; the Canadian Pacific Railway  this year in improvements on their  road in British Columbia. Exten-  tensive improvements will at once  be proceeded with on the company's wharves and docks in.Vancouver.  A libel suit has arisen out of the  late campaign. R. G. Macpherson  and Robert Kelly are suing the  News-Advertiser and Chas. W.  Murray.  The. new twin-screw steamer,  "Princess Victoria," built at New-  castle-on-T.yue for the ferry service of the C. P. R. between Vancouver and Victoria, left that por.t  last week for Vancouver. On arrival she will be fitted out for the  service, and, it is expected,'will be  _     running by the first of May.  At  a Premium.  ��� A promising sign for the outlook  of development on the Engineer  mine is the fact that the Company's  stock has been selling at a premium of "zyd cents per share.. The  treasury stock of ihe Company has  all'been subscribed for, and with  the completion of the installation  of the machinery, 11 dw all on the  ground, an era of prosperity is confidently looked for. Great credit  is paid to the president, Mr. W. R.  King, and   to   the Secretary,  Mr.  Oscar Gard, for the able mariner in  which"they have conducted the  Coriipaiiyjs affairs during the past  half year. <  ���~ What For?  the '.'Ledge," of New Denver,  has beeii" prohibited the use of the  mails, for what reason, the proprietor is at a loss to understand. The  " Ledge!' ranks first "as an Independent newspaper in the West.   -  Subscribe for the Claim.  For Atlin's Welfare.  ���   ;    -       , !  Branch of the B. C. Miners' Association Formed for This  District.      The Delegates Appointed.  We are delighted to see that our  efforts in connection with the appointment of delegates to meet in  convention in Victoria- on the 25th  inst, for the purpose of organizing  a British Columbia Miners' Association, have met with . general approval.- Literature was received by  nearly everyone in -camp, giving  "details of the preliminary "meetings  iuJ7ictor%ia,. together .with the. proposal of organization and the general objects of the Association.  ' There is no necessity for us to  enlarge upon the proposed Associ-  tiod, except to say that we have  reason to believe the British Columbia Miners' Association, properly  conducted, will be productive of  an inestimable amount ol good to  the mining industry of the Province at large.  . The initial steps were taken bya  ftw prominent citizens of Atlin,  last Saturday, who arranged for a  public meeting in Discovery, the  center of the mining industry in  the camp. In response to the call,  a very large number of miners  assembled at the Nugget Hall,  when the Atlin Branch of the British Columbia Miners' Association  was formed, pending formal organization of the parent body in Victoria by the delegates when convened. The chair was occupied  by.Mr. H. Cancellor. and Rev. F.  L. Stephenson acted as Secretary.  The speakers of the meeting that  evening were: Messrs. D. Ross,  H. P. Pearse, Grime, Stephenson  Kirkland and many others. The  meeting was adjourned till Monday at the same place and hour.  At the adjourned meeting held  on Monday evening, there was one  of the l'argest and most representative gatherings which has of late  ever met together. One hundred  and forty men signed the roll. By  the receipt of literature, since the  the previous meeting, there was  little need of further explanation as  to the:11alure of t''e movement'and  the appointment of delegates was  the only business of importance be  fore tlie meeting. The member-  bership enrolled entitled the'local  Association to seven delegates, and  the following were elected : Frank  Dockrill, T. Blair," A.. P.. Thomas,  J. Letherdale, W. W. Grime, H.  P. Pearse and O. M:-Johnstone. An  Executive Committee consisting of  .the^following was appointed:.R.A.  Jackson, H.E. Symmons; H. Ca'ii-  .celldr, I��_.McLeq~d'and-.A. Walters.  Finance .Committees were chosen  for the different sections of the district for the - purpose of raising  funds with which to pay the expenses of the delegates who should  be sent to Victoria���the number of  these depending upon the total  amount subscribed.-  These meetings could not be  said to be altogether harmonious,  for, as is invariably the case iu this  country, there are always some  men whose views are so narrow  that they cannot see good in anything pertaining to the advancement'of >-the community or the improvement of the conditions surrounding our mining industry.  .The.local branch Association was  further strengthened by the addition of about sixty names enrolled  in Atlin as the result of meetings  held in the A. O. U. W. Hall, in  Atlin, on the evenings of Tuesday  and Wednesday of this week.  Three delegates were nominated to  represent. the additional membership, and the names of Messrs.  Stables, Dubois-Mason and Kirkland were recommended by the  Atlin members to be added to those  already elected.  At the meeting of the Executive  Committee, held in Discovery on  Thursday evening, the reports of  the various Finance Committees  were handed in. Upwards of $500  was raised, and it was decided to  send the following gentlemen  to represent Atlin at the Convention, subject to confirmation  by the full meeting of the Association this afternoon'.:' H. P. Pearse,  Captain Hathorn and Frank  Dockrill.    '  A TREATY.  The Boundary (Question Be-  ,   fore the Senate.  J.'H. Ross, M.P. for,Yukon, May  Get a Portfolio���End of the  Maybrlck Case.   'r -  The recent-coast  papers devoted ,  much   space   to   the signing of a  treaty, by representatives of Great ,  Britain and the United States, providing for   the   settlement  of   the   '  Alaskan Boundary Question.  The treaty provides for the reference of all the boundary questions to a mixed tribunal of jurists,  three on each '. side, to determine  the interpretation to be placed on  the Treaty of 1825, between Great  Britain and Russia, which defined  the Boundary between British".,  America and Alaska.' -  >���  The commission ' proposed "is  curious in composition, consisting  of an equal number of members upon each sidej' without an umpire or  odd man to cast the deciding vote.  No. other term's <.of "arbitration,. .  it is said-; would'have- been accept- ���  able.to the.people*-of the--North-  west, who see in this arrangement  a practical extinction of any chance  of a decision  hostile to their plans.  The treaty will be submitted to  the Senate for ratification .before  the expiration of the present  session. .'  The Eastern press assert that the  prevalant feeling in the East is that  the' longer it is left as it is, the  odds against Canada will be  growing.  "According to recent telegraphic  advice, it seems probable that. ex-  Governor Ross, M.P.-elect for the  Yukon, will receive a Cabinet position, and that a Portfolio of Mines  will be created for him. This is  an honor which will, doubtless, be  appreciated by our Northern neighbors.  The proclamation has appeared,  summoning the Dominion Parliament to assemble on March 5th.  A well known case, which has  from time to time created much international interest, the Maybrick  murder case, will be relegated to  history by the release of Mrs. May-  brick next month.  Mr. L. M. West, of Seattle, has  succeeded J. H. Kelly, well known  in Atlin, as Skagway Agent of the  Pacific Coast Steamship Co.  All unappropriated Dominion  lands iu the Northwest and the  Yukon have been thrown open to  prospectors for petroleum.  The British War Office has decided to invite tenders from Canadian farmers for the supply offrefeh  meat to the British army in South  ���Africa.  1    .    .  >>��� ���***Lf**t**i ii/mb  ATLIN,    B.    C,     SATURDAY.     FEBRUARY   1.1., ui��  W  W  at -  J'*'  ft  I Hi  IlJ.-.  t'  U'>  &  g  The Atlin Claim.  J>uljlislicd   every    Sattli-day   morning   In  r        T'.ie Atlin Claim Pohmshiso Co.  A.C. Urnsciira-,Li), Pkoi'iiigtob.  1). Tpi)D,.l.r:r;s, Managisg Huitoii  WHSce or publication Pearl S"., A'tliii. H. C..  Advertising' Kates:    S1.00.  per, Incli, eiu-li  insui-tloii.   KcndhiK notices, 25   cents n line.  Special Contract Kates on application.  The subscription price is $8 ii yei'V iw.v-  aide in advance. No p ������per will bo delivered  unless this condition is complied with.  Saturday; February 14TH, 1903.  The war is over and to the victor belongs the spoil. Macpherson  will go to Ottawa; Foley will slay  at home aud get Chinamen to saw  his wood for 60 cents a cord ! At-  lin,ihas,lost its v.-te by giving heed  to,, untruthful telegrams . in . the  bands of the oppositionists.and b}\  .making capital out. of the Ruby  creek-stampede, which should have  Over Twenty   Lives   Lost-  Many Burned to Death.  )eadman's Island Now,a.Live issue���Success of tho Marconi  System Assured.  \tl  bH  Msag<������i  must�� u  And All Kinds of. Jewellery Manufactured' on the Premises.  gOSHF"    Why send out when you can get'goods as cheap here?       ���  ,  Watciaes Fnsssn $5 tw*   Fine Lime of Sosivenir Spoons*  JULES .EQGERT & SON, The- Swiss :-Wnfcbmakers.-  ��':'*cy:'*C'��':'*ooo*C'.<>):-��<:><>C'*C'Oi:'.��*.o^O'��o<>o.*a*o*o��.o*C(^o<>'ob''��i:'**-  J THE    KOOTENAY   RO:TB.IU. ��  0     ���  o  it  had no .concern, whatever in this  election,for a Dominion representative, It. has thereby,sacrificed its'  interests   by, its  mistaken policy.  - Reasonable and,;sensible voters.in  1 the . district, have,, forgotten, their  - principles and . their. interests and  would have none.but themselves_tc  blame if they should not receive  from the Government what they  think-the.district is entitled to.  We fear, the . local .Conservatives  have, metaphorically, speaking,  ".cut, off 1 their,, noses, s to .spite their  faces;"they '.have,..endorsed.a man  who .may prove a.dangerous rival  .in.any forth-coining. Provincial, ,or  Dominion election..  The, Atlin .Liberal, Association,  too,,,may tak'e^a leaf from,,the lessons taught .by,.our.,late.election,,  and,;if it,hopes to .figure promin:,  ently;. in,, any... future election, it  must perfect its .local organization  and plans of campaign, for-to the,  absence of these., is undoubtedly due  muchiof the,success..of rthe..opposing faction in the late election,  Though Miot Atlin's" chqic.e, we  feel "confident that the Electors of  the Atlin. District . will find Mr  Macpherson,one of ^those men who,  willretnrn good for evil, and, that  he, will,ere long visit Atlin to ascertain the wishes of this part of..the  constituency, and . prove to . the  electors that, he deserved thier unanimous support. i_.  New York,  Jan.   29.���One   of  ihe most appalling raihoad wrecks  that has occurred 111 the vicinity of  New York for  many .years, the estimated loss  of life  raiignig  from,  20 to 30,   look   place   on ��� Tuesday  night at Graceland, on the,Central  Railroad of New Jersey, neai Wc.-U-  lield,    N.   J.,,    when   the    "Royal  Blue" express of that .line'dashed  into   thc   rear  end   of a, "locil."  Immediately after  the crash, llirce  cars of the, local 'took  fire, rendering impossible  Ihe rescue of many  of the victims who were pinned fast  in the wreck. ' The blame.,of Ibis  dreadful occurrence  is attached by  the company to the engineer, who,'  though severely   wounded,   staled  that,he  expected  the "red" light  to,turn,to ." white " ere he passed.  .-1  1*1  <>  *���  1 ���  6  <*i  o  oooo-:  Cor  George. E. Hayes, Proprietor  First and Tkainor. Streets.  'I'lli-, l-'ii-st Glass lintel has been remodeled and rofurnitiliod throughout  ,   and ofl'ui-t tlie best accommodation to Tt-aimiont, or'Periii'anont  Gnosis..��� American and Kiiropcan plan.    '  Finest Winzes, Liq/acors and Cigars*  Billiards   and; Pool.  T  E'  GOLD   ."HOUSE,  discovery/  B.C.  The .B. C. Government has decided to grant a lease of Deadman's  Island.,to Mr. Theodore Ludgate  for sawniilhpurposes.  It- .will, be,, recollected,,,that, this,  proposed, lease practically divided,  Vancouver, against .itself some fou'rl  years ago.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By tho Day, Week or Month.  The Best of Liquors and, Cigars a'ways in. Stock. ��� Fine stable iiicbri  nccliou with thc House.  AMERICAN    AND    EUROPEAN   .PLAN.  j'. P." Rose,' Munoircr.  A-. Sure. Thing.-  Stone   walls   sometimes   have  ears:   state   secrets   often   become  public in spite of state precautions,  " Boycott,the Claim ! " 'is the- latest issue drawn . from the stand ,we  took in theiate political campaign.  It .must be a''strange state of affaiis  if,-because ALL  the  people', in the,  district do not agree with us, .we are  threatened with' a boycott .for haying an, opinion and ��� expressing it.  We are not to be intimidated, .,but  we regret exceedingly, to learn, that  there are iu our .midst men capable  of resorting   to   such'. desplicable  tactics  .aslt.to,,,. for-.a,,difference of,  opinion,   withdraw, their,-support,"  be it-largeot:. :small,:. frp.m. tli.eion.e  institutioh.which has done and.is dor.  ing more for, Atlin -than, any other  combination,,in -.th.'-;, district.; We  look for. support .from,, all, classes of.  the .community-,., but. ;.haye no.desire,  to accept   such   from  .those;,,who  would deny us the "freedom of the  Press," which is ours by right.  ' Montreal, Jan. 30th.,��� Si'gnor  Ma'rconi arrived here today to consult wiih the directors ofithe Canadian Company.    He intimated that  within two months a regular commercial ' telegraph   business,   conducted'by    wireless    telegraphy,  would be established between Eng-  land'aud 'Canada.     The  Wireless  Company has   decided rthat-   the  charge for the transmission of messages   will 'be 10'cents, as'against  the Cable Company's" tariff- of- 25  cents  a   word,   for   trans-Atlantic  telegrams.    Signor' Marconi'hopes  that an   important   branch "of  the  trans-Atlantic   business . will     be  press   messages,, winch   will     be  transmitted   at   5 - cents-  a   word.  Special attention  will'be  given-to  Ca'nadian news or news in England  in  which l Canada  is especially interested  but  which ' is now practically enlii'ely'lo'st sight of."  At a recent meeting o'f the shareholders of the Eastern-^Telegraph  Co., in London, the chairman,-Sir  John \Volfe Barry, declared that  the people who were best qualified  to speak on the subject, still lield  theopinion that the wireless system of transmission could1 never- lie  a serious rival- of the cables for  long-distance -.transmission.. He  said that the reason given-Tor sending, the -King's" reply>to President  Roosevelt's message oil the opening  of the wireless; station,, bad;not  satisfied the public:.  THE    W.HTTE    PASS    61    YUKON  ROUTE:  '   ��*��   Passenger and Expiess Service,."Daily-, (except-Sunday),, between  Skagway. Log Cabin. Bennett',".Caribou, White Horse and Intermediate  points, making,close.connections with our own steamers" at White'Horse  for Dawson and Yukon points, and at Caribou for Atlin every Tuesday  aud Friday; Returning, leave Atlin evcr.y.Monday and Thursday.  Telegraph Service lo Skagway.    Express matter  will:'.be received  for shipment lo and from all points' in iCanada aud the-United States.-  For.iuformation-relative-to Passenger, Freight,-Telegraphor Express  Rates-apply ^to any Agent of-the,Company or to     '  JV ,F-. ~ Lee, ;Tr'afnc Manager," Skagway;  Welt  DISCOVERY,'B. C.  Finest, of liquors.     Good. stabling.  Ud. Sands, Proprietor.  O.K.  BATHS,  BARBER SHOP'  G. H. JfVlItD'      Prop'.  Now occupy then" new quitrtoi'f) noxt  to tlio liuiilc of B. S. A.��� First Street.  Thu.batli I'nomsuro dually^s (?qpd as found  "u  cities.    Privnto Butranco for ladies.'  G. E. B.A.YES.  .70.  "J. G.'CoriNEr.r,.  Discovery.  OTEN DAY AND NIGHT.  .FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN '  CONNECTION.  Headquartoi-s. for Brook's stneo.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL'   PAID   UP ; $8,ooo,ooo.-  Reserve,- ,$2,500,000. -  Branches of the Bank a;t Jeaittle; -.:,-..  San Francisco;;  Portland,"  , - ���-    ��� Skagway,>ete.  Exchange.-sold onrjall Points*  Gold Dust Purchased.���Assay Office in Connection.  D. ROSS.'-Man'a'ge'r.  E." ROSSELLI'.'Propriator. ���  Corner Pearl and-First .Streets;-Atlin', B. C.   *04   FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  -*o+���  tl'lOiCEST WINES,' LIQUORS'AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  Lord Kitchener was, installed  Grand Master of the Punjab'at a  Masonic banquet a few days ago.  ;HYDRAULIC , GIANTSr. WATER : GATES,  ANGLK vSTEEL ..RIFFLES;���-&..-  HYDRAULIC . RIVETED'  Pumping-:<-&i  PIPE.  IJstiniates furiiislied oh application, .  The Yancotiyer Engineering Works,*  Vancouver, B.^'C.'  A. C Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, U, C   ���*''*" " " " ^^__^__���-*^ j^ ^ M \tmimiiMMllHJiMnillU  .u..r.wf^v���'..-^au lev  C%-;  ATLIN,   IJ. C, SATURDAY,  FEBRUARY   14,   1903  I  1  can   give   You   as Good Value for your CASH as  any House in Town.   .  ess   with   it   and  see.  oceries, Provisions* etc,  Giant   Powder  on . hand.<  %.J\. fraier-frgo. ��� ���J1^^-  WISITEHORS  Has a^Shipping   Mine���The  Crofton Smelter  Will Talco tho  Output���The Graf-  tor  MIno   the  First' Kcgular  ��� Shipper in tho District.-  The Grafter mine, near Wliite-  hor.se, is now producing from 8'tb  ro tons of ore a day, and lias established the recoid of being the firsl  regular shipping mine of the district.    The ore is'being sacked and  t  shipped to the, Crofton Smeller, al  Crofton, B.C., for treatment. Two  hui.dred tons have already gone  forward. The owners slate Jiat  they have blocked out on Ihe first  level about 10,000 tons of ore which  could be taken out and shipped at  once, but they are at present handicapped   by   the  s'mallness of'-Vlieii  of  Princess May to Run. -  The last monthly circular issued  by the Canadian Pacific Navigation Company, Ltd., announces  thai ihe steamci 1 iii:ccss May will  be placed on llie VaucO'ivor-Skag-  way route abunl Maich isl, and  will run on a ten' day schedule.'  The sailing.datcs will b'J announ-ced  lalcr.  plant   and   the   extra  expense  sacking the ore.  It   is   the   expectations   of- the  owners to instal a plant within tlie  ���next three   mouths  wliiclmvill enable them  to" continue their development' work and 'bring their'shiu-  ments up to 50 tons a day. .  ..  The ore body in this property,  as-far''as'"it has -be'enj opened out,,  shows greater width'"-and better  average values than any 'copper  property on the Paeific coa��t, and  it is only a matter of"'lime'and  money and the addition of improved methods of handling, elc, when  the Grafter mine will be one of the  leading producers on the continent.  During the recent visit ofjMr.  Biewer, the ore-buyer for-the Crofton smelter, he expressed himself  as being very sanguine of thc prospects of this property, and lit-  made very advantageous terms to  the owners for the shipment of  their ore to Crofton.  "    Should Let 'em' Eight.  On' the arrival 'of the steamei  Athenian in Vancouver some days,  ago, t'nt; news of a revolt in Kansu,  China, was brought. One correspondent lelegwiphfd to Shanghai  pa pes from Las Ko How to the effect thai unless Torg Fa I-Isiang is  suppressed the powers will soon  find themselves face lo face with a  bigger lcvolt than two years ago.  Missionaiies are already beginning  to le;i\e tlie threatened district.  If-he powers would keep'out of  ibis''fight and allow Tong Fa  Hsiang to kill off two or three  million of his enemies there would'  be more room iu China for tlie  balance. >  u'ith power to construct, acquire 'own and  maintain ttluirvVs and docks in connection  therewith; and to construct, own, actiiijre,  utiuip and inuiutiiiii steam and other \essels  and bouts anil operate tho same on any  uimgabli- water,; at ill ���� construct, operate iiiidiiiniiitwin tt-ii'Kraph and tcleplionc  lines along the routes of-.aid railway and  its liriinchcs,or iu commotion therewith,and  to transmit messages, for commercial purposes ii��i< to collect toll-, therefor; and to  acquire and receive rron. any Government,  corporation, or persons, grants of laud,  rights of way. money, bonuses, privileges  ovother assistance iu aidol the construction  ortlio ;, Company's undertaking, and toooii-  uect with and to enter into traffic or other  arrangements' with railway, steamboat or  otlior companies, and for all rights, powers  and privileges ueeossury, usual or incidental to all or any of tho afoi-esuid purposes.  Dated this 3rd day of December, A. D.1902.  Cornwall & Rogers  de-21-Ot   Solicitors for tlie Applicants.  NOTICE.  NOTICE;  ���RJOTICfJ is hereby given 'that Sixty da'^^  , 'after date I iii'tui'id" to apply to tlie  Chief Commissioner' of Lands ('and'\Yoi Ijr  for permission ,to purchase tlie following  de,ci'ib6d,'paiTel oi-'ti'-'a'ct of 'laud' for agricultural purposes-:, Conimei'icinu;'at a post  pluiitod on'tho east shore .of 'Atlinto, Rivcr^.  thence 20 chili us 'in a \iorthcriy; direction  along tho sh'oro of,' Tnku/'Arm; thenco 28  chains in an easterly 'direction; tlicncc, 20  chains iJi" u'southerly direction; tlience 29  cltaiiis'iu a wcsto'i-Iy..direction,.to, the point,  of commencement, containing. 40 ^u::-es"(ii!ore  o r 1 o'ss. , T.' H i n e he I i ffe.'  TiikYi City, 11. C, December 18th, 1902."  ,   do27-8t  NOTICE.  Better. Times-in-Sight. ���  '���-MoNTRiCAi., Jan. 30.���The delegation from Koote'nay and Slccan','  representing the lead produceis  of Bi'itish Columbia, who have  been in Ottawa asking tiie'Govern'-  menl to place a dut\ on lead ore's  aud products", have arrived here.  " We have seen Sir Wilfred Lauriei  and nearly all the members of th'e  Cabinet," said Mr. Retallick, of  Kaslo, IL C. "They admitted th'e  condition '>!' the silver-lead indus1  try was unique, and that something would have to' be done to  grant il better protection. Of  course they would' not pronounce  what would be' the attitude of the  Government, but it is understood a  higher duty will be granted.'1  "NJOTlClVtsMierebi given .that' application  "^ will" bo mode to.the Parliament of  Canada, jit its next Session, for an 'Act to  incorporate a! Company with power to  build, construct, equipl operate and maintain a line of railway of standard guage  fi-onVDawsOi., in the Northwest Territoiies,  by themo��t'"ilireet'aud feasible route to a  point at or near th'e northern boundary of  the Province of British Columbia to "connect'with'tlie Paeifio'Noi-theru A.Oinineca  Railway : with authority ^aisq to construct,-  opernte and maintain brunches' from"aiiy  points on'the proposed line or lines, not exceeding in any', one.'case'thirty miles in  length and w ith power to eo'iis'fruct, operate  aiid'inniiitHiu 'all necessary bridges, roads,'  ways aud ferries'; and to" construct niid|ae-  ii'iii're, own and maintain wharves and docks  in' "coiiii'ectisn thorcv, it iV, and 'to' construct,,  own,ticiiiiire, equip and niaintaiu.'all neces-  saYy'bYidges, roads," wuys'iind ferries ; ntid  to'.; constr.u'et, ', pw,n, eqiiil^ and .maintain  ��� .   .-.,._.'. i.A..^,' ,,,���! WloIc   rm*fl (ine-  ' - -        . 1 , . ' I    , ,   r  ]\7T0T1CE is hereby given that  application  ^* will be made to tho Legislative Assembly of the Province of British" Columbia  at its uext'Session, by'the Pacific Northern  aud Oniineca Railway Company for ni^ Act  to Amend'its Act of Incorporation, boing tW  Victoria", diopter BO, of th'e Statutes of tlie  said Province, as amended by the "Pacific  Northern an'd Ouiineca Railway Act', 1902,'"  being 2 Edward .VII., Chapter 77, by .extending tho time for the conmteiicement of the  construction of the Company's lino 'of railway and for the expenditure of 10 ;por, cent  of tho capital, and, for, thCjCompietioii <>T  the said'railway'as" limited by'Sub-'sectioii  five (!i) of'Section 14 .of tho,British Cplum-  tiia Railway Act, and by increasing the capital of the said Company.  Dated the'29lli'ilay"of November, 19021  , COHS WALLA ROGEKS, ,  Solicitors for tho Applicants  do'-27-Gt  NOTICE  steani aud other boats and vessels   and ope- . , ...  ra'te't'h'e'same on any' navigable waters^ " "RJOTICIi is liereln^e'iven, that application  and 'to construct, operate and' maintain .XN will be ma'dp to tho Parliament'of Can-  telegi'-u'pli and telephone lines" ailing the aHii, at its next s'ittingsyfor leayo to iticor-  routes of the said railway and its branches jjora'te a Company to i��i'ddUed " TlipCotis.t-  or in connection therew jth,,an.i to^trausmit' Vulton Kail* ay CompariS"," to 'construct,  message? for' commercial purposes and to eiriidp anduBpera'te a railway fnsmp. point'on  ...'  r^.n- .i.V._���r,.,. 'nmi t.n iicnuiroAiid re-   Ksr  near  Kitimat, XiiMt,' Douglas, 'Cimnnol,  British Colui'nWiR"-;   1 henoe   to'At'liu'  Lake-;  '. .���"      . _    ^."'i.   J ,r..i.'  ..    t>:..'_"_-:    il �����.!._  Canadian   Trans-Continental  ���    -Railroads-m-London. ���-'  London, Feb. 2d.���Thei" Morning Post" devotes three columns  today to a map, representing the  prosperity of Canada, especially in  the new proposed trans-con linen tal  railways. The editorial urges the  importance of the lines, in tht  general interests of the Knip'ire, especially in'view ofTue'roducfion of  cost in the transport of wheat to  th'e seaboard, thus increasing Kng-  laud's assurance that Canada is  able to satisfy the entire British  wheat needs.  The "Saturday Review" today  discussing the trans-continental  railway, assumes that the line  will be built independent of Government assistance in the form of  either a land grant or a subsidy,  aud'says that this is'a striking evidence of Canada's industrial progress.^- ... .T,.  Bold, Bad Burglars.  Alamogordo, N.M., Tan/3o".���  Soniewhere''between this place and  El Paso, a U.S. bonded car, in  transitTroui the El Paso Smelter'to  Chicago, loaded with 600 bars of  silvei bullion, has been ei.lered by  robbers aud 80 of Ihe bars stolen.  collect tolls therefor,'and to ae<iuire*nd re  ceive from any Government', Corporation  er"persons" grants o'f land," rights of way,  money bonuses, privileges or other utsis-  tunce iiYaido'f tho construcHion of the Com-  pany'3'uiidcrtakiiig; an'd' to' connect with  and to outer into, traffic or other arrangements'with railway, steamboat or other  companies^ and foi- all rights and powers  and privileges necessary, usual or incidental  to all or any of the aforesaid purposes.  Datod this 3rd day'of December, A. D., 190-.  McPhillips", Vvootton & Biirnard,  de27-St Solicitors for the Applicants.  'thence to"'tho Yukon Riv'e'r"; thence to, the  international Boundary line between Aluslia  nud Yniton'Territory, via.the City of Daw~  son. With power',to construct, and, own  beats and wharves, telegraph and tete'phone  lines', to generate electrical power, and 'to  collect toils and all'powers 'incidental   to   ft  railway. ,      -.,,., <" .       <        ',  Dated nt Vancouver, B. C", this 12th'day ot  November, A,D., 1902      .  D. ,G. Macdonell,  no'-29-9t Solicitor for" Applicants  SPECIAI>riES'"lN  FANCY' CAKES   &- PASTRY,     .  Fresh:Bredii,Rya Broad, etc* ^^ .^^.p^^^,  ' Good RooYns to'Rent-By the ���Day.'Woek or Mcintli'at rV^OTa^ble rirtes.  NOTICE.  ���KTn'I'IOK is hereby given tlmt apiilicuiion  will bo made to the Legislative Assembly ot tlio Province of Ilritis-h Columbia at  its next Session for an Act to incorporate  11 Company witli power to build, equip,  maintain aud operate oi iiuo or lines of  railw ay of stnnditril gimge, from a point at  o'f near Il.iaulton by tho most feasible and  practicable route to a point on tho north'orii  boundary of-Hritish Columbia, at or near  Teslin.T.ake'or Atlin Lake, or both : nNti  from Iluzellou, by the most feiisiblo and  practicable route, via the Slieona, Hiiliiuo,  Oriftwood, Oinliieca aud Pinliiy Rivers' to  Pence River Pass, or, Pino River Puss or  both," thence liasterly to the'Kastorn. boundary of the mi Id Province, with authority  also to construct, ouiilp, niuiiitalu nud operate branches from any points on tho proposed lino or lines not exceeding in'any  ou'e'caso ' ��� o  hi'iYidro\I"milo!riii'16nirtliS;aiid  Wholesale   and    Retail    Butcher  FIRST   STREET;    ATLHSV B.   C.  Sfi'&lfatid'Heavty Hardware,  Mens Ihlf S<.J68-��nd Shoe Nails. --Henry Diston 4 Son's Saws. ��� Wndotvs, Door*  Glass and Piittoy,.oto.^eto.  RrS"oM BANG ��� BOOtff I,J��� Dynamite,'' Cips" *n'd JFu^o."  FiiH Line-of Winchester -Black '&.Smokeless���RlAe & Shotgun  Cartridges:  Goods"' Bo'uqh't   Sold   and   Ixchanacd.  FINJiST KCiUrPPEDHOTEI, IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN 'FIRST-CLASS "MANNER.  French  Restaurant'��� in 'cStihebtSbh*'  A. R.- McDonald,  Proprietor.  Corner of First' and Dis'cove'ry Streets."  . . j If •'
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WANTED -- Correspondents in
< every section of the district. Enquire at the Ci Aisi for particulars.
C. Z. Halferty, late of the Tepee,
returned last Saturday, after a few
months' sojourn in Coast cities.
He made a sh'ort visit to his old
home in Illinois and noticed many
changes during the ten years he
has been awayJ Mr. Halferty returns today to Seattleatid will associate himself with Louis Luder-
ing, his old partner, in the development of a valuable group of quartz
claims, located in one ofthepro-
" raising' districts of Washington.
His interests here will be ably looked after by his partner, "Dad"
Fenn.
McDonald's .Grocery keeps an
_ excellent sto'ck.of staple and fancy
groceries. They have their own
teams aud , deliver goods , on the
creeks at the most reasonable rates.
They have" a new and fresh stock
coming in immediately.
Owing to the prevalence of colds,
the fancy dress Carnival, which
was to have been held tonight, has
been postponed until Saturday,
28th inst.
' Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely
pure.—It is sold in all the stores in
AtliH.
If every man in camp is'nt insured, it has been through ho
fault of "Wings," who did a land
office for the New York Life Insurance Co.
Several cases of new laid eggs',
just arrived 'from the Coast. For
sale at E. L". Pillman & Co.'s.,; ] '
Among the outgoing passengers
leaving Skagway tonight, by the.
City of Seattle," will be a small
Atlin contingent including, E. L.
Pillman, Murdock McKay, Bill
Richards, and T'. T. Wilkinson.
LOST — On Friday, 30th ulto,
at 1.15 p.m., between my house
and the CtAiM Office, a pair of
black. Astracan Gauntlets. As I
still have use for these, the finder
will oblige, by returning them to—
Yours truly,   •       D. Todd Lees.
The Rise and Fall.
The lowest
temperature recorded
for the weeks
ending 6th and, 13th
insts, is as follows :   ,
Jauy. 30! h
23 below
3ist
21    , '
Feb. 1
24    ,
.    2
'28 above
'    .    3
6      ,
.    4
16 below ■
.    5  .
26 above r
.    6  ,
20     ,
,    7
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-J.-Ml PO-RTA'NT
p
We beg to quote the following Cash Prices until
Further Notice :
For a good square meal go to
the Pioneer Bakery and Restaurant.
J. S. Fenn and his daughter left
this morning for" Log Cabin, en
route for Seattle. Miss Fenn will
resume her studies, after a year's
vacation. VDad" will return in
course of a month.
To Smokers — If you want a
really first class imported cigar, get
an "El Ecuador." For sale only
at McDonald's Grocery.
There is more solid comfort in a
cup of Blue Ribbon Tea thau in a
gallon of most'beverages.
We agree with Editor Lowry, of
the " Ledge," " that if delinquent
subscribers had any sympathy for
the men who run newspapers they
would pay up without being dunned so often. Some people think
it is clever to beat a printer out of
a dollar or two."
Fresh Eggs at Fraser & Co's.—
Big shipment of fresh goods have
just arrived.
Frest stock of Imported >and Domestic Cigars at C. R. Bourne's.
Last Saturday's hockey match at
Discovery was said to have been a
lively one, though the victorious
team has yet to be found out. The
score, at th« finish, stood 3 to 3.
Attracted by the good' name
which Atlin has acquired in the
mining world, Messrs. John Crol-
ley, James Press and John Bamtt,
three miners who have been nros-
pecting in the Pell3' river country,
have cast in their lot with us.
They arrived here last Sunday.
The first of the season's crop of
oranges at E. L- Pillman & Co.'s.
Latest Novels at  C. R. Bourne's
1
Circulating Library.   -
Fred. Gorrell, one of the popular operators of the Dominion Telegraph Co., returned to Atlin on
Thursday -night p after a three
months' vacation, part of which he
sj5ent in the East. "Freddy"
looks well and says he had lots of
fun outside, but, is quite .ready to
go, back to work, even though it is
on the" Pike. , ,'
nil j
Discovery friends are cordially
invited to contest for the prizes at
the Carnival on the 28th inst.
R. D. Fetherstonhaugh returned
home on Monday last. He came
to Skagway by the Amur, which,
he says, is the finest steamer on the
Lynn Canal run this season. He
would have made the trip from
.Vancouver to Atlin in five days
if there had been a team at the
Cabin when he arrived there last
Saturday.
- A few Subscribers for the year
are iu arrears, and in consequence
of greatly increased expenditure
by our contemplated enlargement,
an early settlement will be" appreciated.
Ogilvie Flour, per sack
$3-25
D G{ Sugar, per lb
.10 c.
Patent,    do       do
3-25
A gen Butter, r-lb tins    -•
.50 c.
Cream, Hotel size, per doz  .
4-75
Rex Hams, per lb -
|23C.
do    Family size   do     .   .
2.50
Corhuieal, lolb sack
' .85 c.
Milk, Reindeer        kdo
'2,25
Rolled Oats, B & K
,65 c.
Clams, per doz
2-75
Blue,Ribbon Tea, per lb
.50 c.
Canned Corn, per doz .   --   .
2.40
T &<B Gut Tobacco, do -
$r.oo
Peas       do  -  .
2.25
do     Chewing       do   -
• 75c.
Beans,    do
2.25
Ovo, per tin   -
•75C.
Tomatoes do    .
3-75
Salmon, per doz
2.25
C & BJanis, i-lbtins, per do/
3:5°
j$ar •   .-      ALL   OTHER
GROCERIES    REDUCED
Biff Bargains  still left in Dry Goods and
Men's  Furnishings.
A fresh supply of Gold'Seal Packs have just arrived over
the Fantail.   -
BLACKETT & CO.
Fish,
C. DGELKER,
.   FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .
Game, in   season and   home   made   Sausage.
First Street,, Atlin.'      ,
RScissell HoteL
DIXON   BROTHERS,. Proprietors
_Pool   &   Billiards,', Free.     v
Freighting-and Teaming.^      j*-.y   Horses and Sleighs for Hire.
UancoJivcr gaersl Store,
L  »♦»...- ~—
Dealers in  Provisions, "Dry Goods,. Etc.,
A.   S.   Gross' &   Go.
SECOND GRAND MASK
FANCY   DRESS
DISCOVERY !
DISCOVERY 1
DISCOVERY!
T7T7E have discovered that we are in the>lead.    And the lead we mean
to keep.    Guaranteed Goods—The Lowest Prices and courteous treatment is our motto. ,
We quote no leaders as baits, but come and see us and be convinced that we cannot be equalled iir the line of groceries and
miner's supplies generally. ;
Yours very, truly.
V   D. G. STEWART.
Discovery, B. C, January 24th, ro.03.
The
Vancouver     Hotel
is
ON   THE
Saturday, Feb. 28TH.
*9*	
Six Handsome Prizes.
O. R. IN. Co,
—ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS—
The following Sailings are announced for the month of February,
leaving Skagway at 6 p.m., or on
arrival of the train :
Amur, Feb. 6th and 20th.
For further information,  apply or
write to   H. B. Dunn, Agent,
Skagway, Alaska,  j
A Handsome, New,.Modern Structure
THIS   HOTEL   IS   STOCKED  WITH   THE   BEST  OF  GOODS
Sana*  Johnstone,  Proprietor*
DRINK THE BEST
"NABOB    TEA."
In Lead Packets <Jt J&-1& and i-lb each.
For Sale by all First Class Grocers.
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KELLY-   DOUGLAS  &   Cq.. Wholesale Grocers, Vancouver, B.C
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