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 ���;8'  ,ii>f��i.gin.r^^ m\iiii  '���...Mi. -. j.jgj^"T 1^ "-��&>?���;���������* ...'. .....���.'���'..'������"'i-i       :_ ���,vi"'"!'^gavwi.g^yw>ffc*��^,vp��,".ii'  ^STSS^iSS^SSZiyil'Ll^:1''''. yrrrirrnr?'*?'^''^?'?;'? *^^ -" "r ��� v.... j-? v^-^wsysc^at^stfcMgsa  ''.^  1  ���i  I  1  \TLiy, B. C, SATURDAY,   'hCHKUARYis,   -,002  XO.   1  ��  e��  ife's Heavy Ciotfiiag, 'Btaskcte, etc., etc.  35-  ���Men's Ail-Wool ire.ivy lllnu .Waters  Miick'iinnv-Sliirin  " "    .        <<, t 11        Swe-iieis  "��� ���>'     ....).      '   Halifax Tweed Swc.'Hcim  "     '       >��� ... ,   Shins  ..   , Heavy Klondike Cap-,  ,���     !'ur Cups '  '���  Blue Den'inrl'.-irkii's  1.     D.-H. Moleskin Coats        .  ,,     Fin.- Navy Blue-Mackinaw Suits  ,.     Caris Watciprocii Cray Suits  Heavy Corduroy Co-its  Woo.'-liued Canvas-Con us.  ."  ������   -     ���        Iiuhher-Jinpd *,..- ,,  Fine Hhmkct-line<l Sle"epin,ir'.l3;ic.s" '��� '    "''   ���  14-1!�� All-Woo! Silver Grav Blankets  12-1!) ,, ",        ���      ���' '  i-j-lb Hue Vicuna Blankets,   .  It.-.; ll lit i- I'l-icii.  $3-'-'0  3-50  ,     5.0.J  3-.SO  . 3-co  '  3iOo  3'75  2-7."  �� 5<>'  s..50  10.00  12.50  12.50 .  7-50  7.00  ' ���   15.00  14.00  12.50  -10.00  r7-5"  THE GOLD OUTPUT, .���; .:I -ifOCKEY  Rumour That   Royalty.Was  Paid      ,       *   ,  A  ��� Str.oriqf  Team    Left  -Wednesday Morning  on  On Gold in   Exec;?   oi'  What Was  F6r"VVhite  H'crse,'  Actually Takflu Out Emphatically Donied,  Whilst various ruiuons and exaggerated rcpoiisarc being spread  al)io:id abour this camp, .correspondingly deleterious reports have  also'ilonnd fa\or UicU the official  reports as to the annual output up-  on.whieh royalty had been -paid,  was in excess, of  the   gold,actually  First Gamo.  Played   Yesterday    Resulted  In -Defeat-for Atlin.  .......  BLA,eKETT..,&..CO;-'������:.  IRON    STORE,   First-arid- Trafrior   Streets, Atlin, B. C.  ENejiifS^.  UP    $S,ooo,'oco.  Branches of the Bank"at Seattle] -  -'   ���'" ���  ���      ".'  .'..-'.���    -San Francisco, "    '"  '<  ''   " ���    -.':"-���(-. ��� -. ���;"-��,;,- .,-  -, ..... Portland,, - ' ���-���  ������   '   -   _, l".^_ .;-���'. "   ' "   ' "''���"-' Sltag-way, etc.  Excnan&e-soid-cca'-califf F&isstsa ���       .    .    .  won.    TJiis   is   manifestly, untrue,  ,iind..uijl not bear.,the most ordinary  investigation. .' R  mily  quite^.pos-  sibh be that   certain   unscrupulous  individuals did obtain certificates of  royalty   paid,    coveting- - amounts  greater than the gold, they actually  paid,, done, foi;,  the   junnose,    uii-  ilpubtedjy,   of   adding   a   value  to  'u-eir  claims   with :i vie\y (.��� selling  ont,,   tlie   fact,   .however, 'remains  that the amount of gold  purchased  by our locals , banks, has  eachg'year  *5-cry , considerably   exceeded      the  .amount upon winch the royalty tax  had   been   paid.     This -statement  -Gown Dcsy L\r.<,?uAHi.;iw-AssAy OffIck k\. Coxnkctiox.  ���   ������ . "    J-  S. 'MUNRO, Manager  ran easily.be verified   }  ������y, an exanaj-  At a recent   meeting of the'Hockey Club it was decided   to try and  .make   fi'naiigcmeijts   for   a   game  with White Horse, and  these proving    satisfactory, .  the     following-  lepreseutatiye- team was chosen by  the    committee:     ..Sinclair,     goal,  Decks,   covei   point,   Owen,    point  and Rich ardson,..Sweet, NicoP and  Coopeif���:forwards.,;   Subscriptions  "���ere..spHGitecl-, vb-wards-   defraying  expenses and providing for a leturn  game to   be .played   on   the   Atlin  rink^Ui.c- .sum of ��168.50 was iais-  ed.     The, team, left.   Atlin   earlv  Wednesday,,  morjiing   and   got to  Whitp,.Hoise   the   following evening.    A. game   was   played'yesterday afternoon and  icsulted in a de-  .feat-for the.visitor^... .The following  report of   the'game   was   received  late last-night:jr-;',./  ....White I-roRSi^eb   14th.--The  White H.orsc-teaAH.Jiacl three Xorth.-  :West-4iquCvmei![",;on" .it. who did all  Tbe.'CdrrStwb "Hotel  J-,      "..-     -" Wm.   WALMSLEY,    Proprietor.  -    FIRST   CLASS- IN -EVERY   RESPECT.     r '  ���   ,    -,.''"   -.:^"ie-Winci,    liquors    And    Uqdrs.���- Stublinq for llorsab.  Q.-f,Ml,iO)K,.,n.:     ',       ,   .-    '���_ ���     - - CARIBOU,   Y.T.  nation of   the .Customs',  entries all lhe   olavh-cv    fi ~" ' I rtU  the Port  of  Cariboo, Y. T    of the " 5"   ^?- ^   Stari!'  and  expo, of go,d by ti,^':,i^ferh:;%tai,e;At,i,,bo3-s-  The statement is" further  corrobor- \^0l*j Vl  rf    ,    "' T    ^  atedbyour  local   bank  managers   2 ��Zi ,  I ^    delusively,  whom   wc  estimate   have" not puri ^       r^y.9 wouId   P���   ������ ��  H,,^ .,���;i,..,r.rf,,. "I"  "��! P!U- M'-^d ri���, for ,t. and.   perhaps  have  ^ -  T  \  1 lie -Vancouver general mi  fip  fcre.  m  Deal'ers  in Fro visions,.' Dry" Goods,  .���'.'-'-' -   -���      ......     ,        A*   S.   CR&SS   &  Etc.,  Co,  chased one half of the gold actually  won.fiom the disiricL  The following^ statistics speak for  themselves, and the estimated output has been .submitted'to those in  the best position to come at the  output, and the figtues may be  taken as consei vative:  , r9��o  1901  . SI'KClAI/rilCS   IN  '"./      ' FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Frosh Bread, kye.^a'aad, ,aCo:   >' ;  Cir.-\s.  Myick, Propiictor.  ��x,ocl K<jon��-ti, Kont-U-.- the liny, \\\>F\ ",������ Month nt roasoiinlili. rutc*."  13-^50 ���-���''-���   . 12,121 0Z.  ; Shelf snd Hesav^' Ht2BDc��ws3ff"��B  Ai-ini. C:iul> an.l Ocimiiic. H(;;.l<,.j  SltiitL,   --Men's   Hair Solo im.l Shoe NiiiN  llUton & Son-,, Sn-��. ----- Wimiows,  Doors. Gli.ss ainl  MutU-.v, etc., i-to.  Full. Line of ."Winchester���Black & Smokeless���Riflo & Shotg-un  Cartridges.  Goods   l!oin)lit   Sold   ,iml   Lvihangccl.  ITrnr.v  1S99 ,  Tax paid:  26,579 oz.  \ralue:  $427,260    .$210,400     $103,936  Ivstimated Output:  $r, 000,000     $750,000    $500,000  We have been unable to give the  figures as lo the amount of gold  purchased by the'banks, but'hope  to be enabled to publish tli-cni at  no distant date for genera] information.  beaten them.  In the' first hali,;.\Vhite Horse'  scored twice. In .the second half  the home team .changed their men  aiound and took their forwaids and  put them in -the defence, taking  the goal keeper out also; the victors then -scored twice. White  Horse played in these positions until there was only twelve minute*  to play, when they re-arranged tlie  team and scored three times in fol,r  minutes, and once again before  play ceased.  A second game, will be pla3-cci  this afternoon, and the Atlin te"?m  i.s-expected' lo leave for home 011  Monday morning.'  The = Bank'-of  !!  r.��.tnlili*Jii��|l In,l3:il.    liiCfii-iniiMlinl liy Kh.viiI (JlmrliM-.  Paid Ui> C.u>iTAr.    -    - ' -   '-    -    .    $.|.ts66,666  Reservh Fu.n-d $1,703,333'  lleadOincein Canada: Montreal. H, Stjkkman, General Manager.  , Branches Iii-all-the principal cities of.Canada, and agents in Xcw Vork,  SaiiFrnticisco, Seattle Tacoma, Portland, Spokane, Hoslon. Chicago, lite'  ASSAY OFFICE ^  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken .011. Consignment.     -���'  {Jnrirl/.'Assaying";at Reasonable. Rates.  Hard on B. G Sealers.  Vancouvi-:u, Feb. 12th. ��� Collector Jvy; of Alaska, accuses' British Columbia sealeis of unlawful  cxtermuialion of fur seal in the  Behring Sea, and refuses to allow  them the privileges^ of the ports of  Dutch Harbor and Uualaska.  More Wreckage.   .'  Victoria, Feb. 12th. ��� U.M..S.  Kgeria ran on a rock   on   the. west  coast of Vancouver   island   but sus-J-,^!',  Kay,'  1. i      1 ' . "     '1       . .'     hitch, and  \'  laincd   jio   damage,   she   brought  more wreckage of lhe Condor.  ^ Amateur Theatricals.  _ The entertainment,   briefly mentioned   in   our  last   week's" issue  .though, financially not as   good   -is  jit deserved to  have   been, was one  of the best of its kiu.d ever given in  Alhii.    The progiauinie was an excellent one and was perfectly carried  out 111 all ib details.    Thc tableaux  were very effective and some of the  ���representations   were   encored-   the  ': Dutch.Sketch,"  in character,   bv  Messrs.    Dockrill   and   Nicol   was.  highly abusing,   while   the   clever  lepreseiitatioii     fcf     a     Deformed  1 ramp, by. Mr.- Trolman,   bioneht  down the,  house. ..The   play,    entitled, The .Designing   Widow,   m  which-the parts were taken bv Mrs  J.  .S.-Mmiro,    Miss   Hughes   and  ,Mr._  Kaye,    went--off   without   a  each    took    their   part  ," ;  .  1  with  an   ease   and   naturalness not  often seen among amateurs.  &  in  I  *^'.-  "?f.H  I  'SWl  m  Ml  m  !  1 1  1,  iS& I  HI  rim  m  m  ���awl  mil  ��� m  m  m  M  LI?  m  tern  ! ,;*,  V'j 1  <H j  m  U2 ATLIN,  B.C. SAT'UftUAY,FliBRljA.ftY.- '5- ��� W���  ��!..    I  J  The Atlin  WILIOW Ck. DITCH.  -    PuUifelicrl   every; Saturday   uuiriiiiiii   l>v  T'.m Ati.in Claim   IM.hmkhisci (Jo.  - "������ "A.C. Hihsciikxi.ii. ICijitoh.  ,   . J). Todd I.kbh. Suli-Kditwr.  Ottii:e <>f imbliciitioti Pearl S'., Atlin. 15. <!.  AiH-ci-tifciiiK  Kiitus:   *1.00   pur' inuli. ism-li  insertion.   Kunilinij notice.-, 2S   cent:, it linr..  "Spcrinf'C'ontruct  Ratos on application.  Tim.subscription  prici; in 5f> ��   J fur   im>"-  ' 'liblP-in mlviiniM-.-'    No pipi-r will 1,<- delm-rcd  unless tbis condition is cuiiiplit'il with.  The Miners' Association Ask  ������ for Information.  io  '���  rung  Machinery.  Lengthy    Communication     Ad-  .    ressed to  the Gold   Commissioner.  Saturday,  Fkb.. 15.   '9o'2.  .,,.-. . Is IT -t<T be ^wondered   that' the  .   people of tlie district feel, aggrieved  at the iniquitous   charges   imposed  by the While Pass &. Yukon   Railway, . when   we .receive'such    ex-  '''   ainples as t'he following i  Pump,   1350   pounds, Seattle . to  ���   Caribou Crossing',' $62.80, itemized  thus:.  ��� Whar.fage, at Seattle       $���  .40  Freight, Seattle.to.Skagway. ��� ���,._ '.'.'-  ^Wharfage at Skagway.  Freight;--'Skagway   to  0 Cariboo Crossing  The following letter re the maintenance of the Willow creek ditch  has been sent to the Cold Commissioner by the Atlin District Miners'  Association, and   bears, date of 5th  inst:  gIK j���Under   instructions    fruii  the Atlm  District. .Miners' Association,.! have   tlie   honour   to-inform  yon, that   the   Association   respect  Mining,   Pumping & Sluicing- Machinery,  '' Centrifugal Sand, Gravel &'���;'  Dredging Pumps.  8.00  j.60  5 2-So  HYDRAULIC   DERRICKS - From 3 to jo tons l'���"S.r^l)i,dl-v-   .,v  TiCnD     I'OWMK     DERRICKS   or   1   to   2   tons lifting capactt).  MYDRU-LIC    GRAYF.I,    ELE VATORS,  in-DRAi'LlC    GIAXTS,    WATER   .GATES,   .       ...  AXCIK    STEEL    RIFFLES    &.  ��� '���       HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PIl'K.  fullv.draws  your   attention   to  the  t-hc" Joshua Hendy Machine" Work  Kos '-iS to .14 Fkkmont Stkici-.t,  ' *     ��� '     SAN    FRANCISCO),-   CM..  Write lot' prices,' circulars and catalogues  or call on    '    _  A. G Hirschfeld, A^ent, Atim, B. C  ���/" ' "Total"    .';   " $62.So  There is a vague possibility that  Yportiou o'f tlie amount ^charged by  the VvVPPniighl be for duty, but  we are reminded that mining ma-  chinery\;is/d\it.y!.iree, and? even if, in  this instance,- duly had beenvpaid,  it coulcl 'uotliave exceeded $12.50.  With' "'th'e "reported   interviews  .which   have..:appeared-.recently in  ���"���' several o'f the- "Cbast"papers, Atlin  . is liable'Ao^'n^^ke^a. reputation for  itself as a-''"camp- on ��� the boom,"  "which :.\ve.'\vould ,a great deal rather  not   see.    When - such ��� articles as  .'appeared.iii..,'t,ii'e' Vancouver   "Province " and-.-the  Victoria   " Colon-  '   isl," under  flaring headlines, such  as,   "Gold by the Bucketfull," it is  time "to." call' ,7. halt,   else we-might  -   eventually be cj.u_arry.ing gold !  It has always been our policy to  .- .give only the-most- accurate news  and information. regarding the ,der  velopment-of the. district, and, when  'occasion.requires, to.call to account  .. any   gross  exaggerations   or  mis-  .'statements which may be made in  the outside press. However, when  people in " ther camp, evidently anxious to see their effusions in print,  -. send'out such statements as the following, our- efforts are sadly handicapped:"   . :. .��� '.'.'The - letter   states   that   Atlin  ��� lake is still open  (Jan'y. iot.h).    It  .���^���.���hastoeen   three   times  frozen over  . this w'inter, but  at  no   lime was it  thick.enough to bear, up.the weight  of a, team.    The . steamer   Scotia,  which   was' laid  up on-November  4th, was still''being operated when  ' the .���letter, .\vas.wr4tten." ,,  ������;,. //fhe aboye -. appeared   in-, the. Victoria   "Times'!   of:. 3-1.st1.ulto, and.  - ptirrorts -to  he  taken ���from a letter  .-recently received /.from   Atlin, but  ' no name is; given.   ,A..-uian, named-  -./���Fiiidlay,.furnished -some,very start-  ��� :.liug-ih:forma.tiqn-tq.the B.C. papers',  ;i.which we believe is " news:" to the  ���������',..- community,    ,and>. among     other  ' things   he:.,said .,tluut.a ,site is now  . being .surveyed, for the* erection of,a  smelter-.by   Montana;   capitalists.'  Such may have  a  grain  of truth,  ��� but the news isdecidedly. premature.  unsatisfactory position in connection with the ditch, known as the  Willow .Creek Miners', Ditch:  1. On-the 201 h of January, 1901,  the owners of certain bench claims,  affected   by   the   ditch,  applied in  writing to the ��� Golcl .Commissioner  at Atlin for the purpose of getting  the ditch   flumed ��� by   the owners.  The applicants set forth the damage  to which   they   were   liable   by the  probable   breaking in of. the ditch.  In due time a reply, dated at Atlin,  April 3rd.    1901,   was-received,'.in  which the applicants-were-informed  that-their  letter had .been laid-before the   Mining   Department  and  that   the   Mining   Act. ,\yas interpreted as follows:   -"That .the  applicants,    having   located  the said  claims-.-aiter:.,the  ditch,;.was   constructed,   they   must     make . the  necessary changes themselves without-in-any way injuring the owners  of the said ditch/'   .  Later on, when the,ditch was-  running, and, as anticipated by-the  claim, owners, it broke into their  tunnel. .Fortunately, no lives "were  lost, but the tunnel was irreparably  damaged and much valuable work  completely lost.  3��� The Willow Creek Mining  Co., the reputed owners of the  ditch at that time, then consented  to supply lumber to the owners of  the tunnel, if they, the said owners,  would construct a flume iu the  ditch over the tunnel. In accordance with this arrangement, one  hundred feet of'flume' was constructed, and all went well for a  short. time, but then again the  ditch broke in taking a portion of  the flume with it.  ��� 4.. Since tlie foregoing occurrence, some eighty men have been  continually engaged in- mining lhe  bench claims under and iu close  proximity to the said ditch, and  their shafts and tunnels arc likely  to receive similar damage as- in the  afore-mentioned, case.    . V  -,, 5. To avoid such serious loss to  the miners immediately! engaged,  and. to the mining community at  large; it is quite evident to this  Association that it is absolutely  necessary that the said ditch be  flumed for a.(distance of 1100 yards,  and that, owing to the early approach of spring, the work should  .be--completed with the least possible  delay.  Toroer Heeton & ���o.  WHOLESALE    DRY    GOODS,     LIQUORS    AND    CIGARS.  ���^ Importers  of all classes of Foreign Goods .^     *-  Victoria   and   Vancouver*       .   -. . .:   ;  Sole Agents for:  BROWN'S    4    CROWN    SCOTCH    WHISKY  '   CORBY'S    CELEBRATED   CANADIAN    RYE      .  A   B   C.BOHEMIAN'    St. " LOUIS    BKKR  MOET-'&    CHANDON    CHAMPAGNE,    DRY    IMPERIAL  -.';���;TilE-:R-OVAL MOTEL,  E.   ROSSELLI,  Manager.  , -. ., ���_.-!;.,...'Corner Pearl arid First Streets, Atlin, B. C.   -.-.>:j  ���/���:,������-��� I  '.r.-i-M'  This   New-'aiir Commodious ^btel^wa-siopeded -to tho^nWic,  April  ,. .l6th; .t9o 1.-Everything _iff"it^:Ne\v.--Stnctly I|itst_ Glass. ��� .  ���   CHOICCST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIU^S CASE GOODS A SPtCIAS.TY.  9  " Importer of General Merchandise  "Miners  . -Supplies  ^OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN,   B.   C.  ���o*c��*Ci*o��o*c>*o*o<>o*c.*o.*D.*��o*a^*^o*��*o*^**:i*o*ao4<^o  T^  ���iHE   -K-OOTENAV   I��0T_EL-  I  George E.,Hayes, Proprietor  Cor. First and Trainor Strkkts.  6: The claims .principally affected ; by. this ��� ditchr extend  for a dis^  Tlii- l'ir��t Class Hoti'l luis boun reniodeled ami refurni>iIie<l.tliroii��li<.iit  $                       .t-.u! o'lt't'-r. tlif hi'it nccoiniiiodiitlon to Trunsie'iit or Perinuiieiit  ��� ^  O                       '"                 (.f;i��.-tN.--AiiiovicHii mid Eiiropenn plun. ��  X                     Ficrs-si Wines,-Litauors and Cigars* %  %                            Billiards   and. P.o.ol.  . . ' %  I. m BOl.  FINEST ECiUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTir.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CEASS MANNER:  French  Restaurant in   Connection*  .  DAVI1>  HASTIH,    PROl'RIETOR.  Corner of First -and "Discovery- Streets. - ~.. '  THE  ���QD'Lp;- HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B.C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms--By the Day, Week or-Month.  AMERICAN    AND    EUROPEAN    PLAN.;  ���������*������ J; I'��.'K��'siC..,Slu-ni��._��r- itih] -i*n p hhiImjiim  jr. rMfJ-^w **vxfm,i*t v��4w^n  " ��� *����.uf  //^  t\  ATL-Rv B. ��.,-SAT-URTUVr JrEHRUARY is.  ;S��3/  DHAUiKS   IN  First Street,'AtHs*, B. G.   ������  Handle only the best Goods in. the Market.  Qr^sserie's, Fr'isats',Flour, Feed  ��� and- Provisions*  BEST .SERVICE   GUARANTEE'^: '..'..."  Try, -oitiv'.Te'as -and , Coffees..' ..  tanceofover   half a mile and mu;.  of the claim   lu-l'l'-!-.   are  <lei>.tr;t-('.  from mining on .icvounl-ol the ��ei-p  age from the ditch.  ;..,  7.  As the   said   ditch   is presumably,,   in    litigation,    the    question  arises,   who   is responsible-   for the  vagaries   of   the   ditch ?    Is it the  Government,    the    Willow    Creek  Mining Co. or   the   constructors, of  th'e ditch ?      ' '  8. Very iiiipurUiitt interests are  involved iji tlie: effective, maintenance of the ditch, as in some cases  holders of valuable   claims  are  de-  .'pendcut upon it for their supply of  water for sluicing purpose-;, while  on.the other hand, if it be allowed  to remain in its present condition,  it will -undoubtedly niiu most of  the .mining work, situate in tlie  ."-proxinsityofilscour.se.  - 9.-A large number of the.claims  affected, by the ditch were located  before the ditch was- constructed,  and, taking the foregoing~faets into  consideration, the Association  would respectfully submit that yo-i  ' should exercise your lull authoriiy  as.Gold'Commissioner .in .discover-  . ing and,'compelling the Responsible  owners to forthwith flume the ditch,  but,-failing    youi   ability   to do so,  ���-.'"that you will' endeavoi no'prevail  upon the Ministei qi' Alines, lo-sanction the construction- of the necessary, flume under  Governtnentsup-  ' 'ervision,  and-that the-y.��ost--thereof  ,.be guaranteed by the.��� Government  _,until the lawful ownership is determined. ���... . .<���>.,  10. As,the Association considers  this measure to be of the most urgent importance, it ventures to request-that you tvill favour it with  .your.'.able - and . prompt assistance,  and, in the event of having tc refer the matter lo the -Minister ol  Mines, that you will request the  Miniiig"Deparlineut to send you a  telegraphic reply. ���- I have the  honour to be, etc.,  ������-    ' ., J. Ckichton,  Corresponding Secretary.  !'BE POLITICAL -  Teems Willi   a   Liberal    Effervescence.  Tho Game Rooster Again Cock of  of' thei'Walk���A Twelve Plank  Platform Adopted by tho  Convention.  . ," The recent Coast p:.ps.-r- contain  the following piece ot welcome: intelligence regarding Atlin5. ���  -���/".Acting on the lepresenialions  oFJas. Stables; M. L. A., the Department of Lands and Works is  today (Jany. 31) issuing instructions for the laying out of a new-  trail from At'lin to Log Cabin.  ,. ".The Government will'stake the  new road at r/.'terval.s of 25 or 50  yards across the. lake and as far as  the'Tepee,..aiKl -then through the  timber to Log Cabin. This will necessitate" the "construction of two  bridges���one over the Toochi and  .' . .one over the Big Horn river. The  entire distance traversed will be  about 65 miles.".   . ,  We learn   that  an  appropriation'  of $600 has   been . set aside lor the  .... above purpose,   and . that, the  trail  'has now .been   staked   from end to  rfijend., The contract for the coifviruc-  .::iio'ii;6f   the   two,...bridges .ha-j. been  > ���given to two   of   the   i��-.*.--1   ktuvvn  'men on the trail but   the work will  ,.r,.not;.he.doue for.some weeks vet.     '  Vancouvkk, Feb.   nth.���At the  sitting of .tlie Convention   here yesterday, ol the Provincial Liberals, a  platform was, adopted   consisting of  twelve planks and   among the mos'  important are tlie following :  Redistribution; ' '  Gover.iineut   Ownership of Railways;  Cash  Aid   to   Railways   and not  land;  Immediate   Construction   of the  Coast-ICootenay and other rail-  ' roads for which   cha iters have  been granted; -  Enforcement   of .an.   Accurate  System of Scaling Logs;'.   ��� .��� .-  ��� To make  Dyke viands   available  for Agriculture as soon as possible; ��� -.-���'.-  To stop Strikes and put an end  to Oriental Immigration;-        .i;  'To reme'dy' the-!Fiscal  System of  the Province^    which   is   considered bad.              I  Resources should not be given to  Speculators.  There shall be no radical change  ��� in   the  Mining    Laws   unless  proper notice be given'.'  Vancouver, Feb. nth.���Word  has been received from Victoria  to the effect that the Lieutenant-  Governor has signified his intention  of refusing io allow the Legislature  to meet for business ��� unless all the  Cabinet vacancies are filled.  R. L. Dniry lias refused the Provincial Secretaryship for the thiid  lime. It is rumoured 'that R. H.  Hall and Col. Prior', ex-M.P., ma  run.  ���st  swsl Grape1., Rings  And All-Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured/on. th.e; Premises.  JJ5S?"    Why send'out when you can gel-goods as-cheap', here?  Watches Freest $3 up* . Fine Line of Souvenir Spoons*  JULES EGGERLS SON, The Swiss. Watelimakers.  WRITS GALORE.  ' rou  Three Quarters of: a Million  from Victoria.  The 'White Pass Road Has A Birr  Fight on Hand ��� Coeos  Island Treasure Again Before the Public.  Victorta, Feb. 12th. -- Wiits  asiaii.st thc 'White 'Pass'&'Yukon  road are piling up, are now $306'-  000, while the Victoria Trading &  Transportation Co. is issuing a writ  for $100,000. ' The. writs to be  issued fronr this city, it is said',  will  aggregate $j50.000.  ��� -Vancouvkr, Feb. 12th.���Admiral Palliser says he knows where  the Cocos Island treasure is and  'will impart his secret for a one-  fOurlh interest.     -.-;,-   ...������'   ���'   -  '���" London-,' Feb. 12th.���Great Brit-  aiii'ahd Japan'iiave entered into an  Alliance for the 'preservation ol  China and Korea.     '���  '--. --;  'Vancouvkk! Feb. 12th.���It is'  reported from Victoria that Speaker  Booth, of the local 'House, is dangerously ill and that he is sinking  Ottawa, Feb. nth. ��� Senator  William Templeman, of Victoria,  'U. C, has been taken into the  Laurier Cabinet without portfolio  or salary, but will be given a portfolio later.  Victoria, Feb. nth.���Steamer  Cottage City arrived here today  with the Purser and 40 of the passengers and crew of the steamer  bertha, which went ashore at Point  Kvvakume on the night of lhe 'oih  inst. The Bertha was on her way  from Seattle to Valdez. The Captain and ' some of the passengers  and crew have remained- with the  ship in hopes of saving'her cargo.  vSie.-mier may prove a total loss.  I'ATKRKor-;, Mew Jersey, Feb. 10.  A:: Eight inillion dollar fire has  swept .nv:iy'U!e entire business portion of the city,  Ottawa, Feb. 12th.���The Canadian Press Association has gaineel a  victory over the paper makers com-  'bine. The Association informed  the Government that the manufacturers had, entered into a combination to keep up prices. The Government investigated and has in  cousequer.ee passed an Order in  Council to reduce the duty on news  printing paper from 25 to 15 pei  cent ad \alofem.  "���of '.'.  Alask;a,;  Yiikbn   and  ��� Northmen, B.C.  "    '   I'RQM,  '.-.  Skagway to.Atliii:& Dawson  .I-. c;o to '. <"���  HIRSGHFELD'S  Ottawa,. Feb. , nth.���It'is reported that the Canadian troops;  have been disbanded in South  Africa and are being scattered  among the. ICnglish troops, much  10 their dislike,.  .Ottawa, Feb. 1 ith.���The Hoii.  David Mills, "Minister of Justice,  has been appointed Judge in the  Supreme Court of Canada and.his  portfolio'given to the lloii. Charles'  Fitzpatrick. J; R. Carroll, .M.T."^  succeeds as Solicitor- General.  London, Feb. 12th.---Tlie Marquis.of -Dufferin, formerly Governor-General of Canada, died at 6.25  this, morning/.'at-' Clandeboye,  County Down, Ireland. He passed  away peacefully, after a nigbt of  total unconsciousness.    ���������'...-  Notice..  ^TOTICE is1 .hereby fjiven that application  . ... will lie'.'muile to tlie Parliament of Canada, at, the-noxt Session .thereof for an oct to  Incorporate accompany with power to'-build..  equip, imiiutuiii'iiiid 'operate n line or Hints  of railway from some point on Kltimnt Inlet in Coast District, in the Province of llj-i-  'tish Columbia, thence liy, tho most convenient- ami -fpfUiulo'route to Hazel ton on  .Slceenn^RJver (ii,u, the Cnssiar District in  ^liil Proviiiee. thence from" ,said Hazelton  by't'h'e im>��rfea's!ilile anil practicable route to  ���a jioiiit 011 tlWi$ortlicru Boundary line of  .the Province of Pn;ilish,Columbia at or neur  Te.slin Lnltoor A'tlinTinke oi- both; And ul-  so.frnm.saidiHi&elton by'tlie most reasonable and fensilil.e route to.a point at or near  the Itasterii Boutiirury line of tlie Province  via SUeen'a. Bnbiiie, JUriftwbod, Omiiiecuaiid  Pinlny Rivers to Peace River Pass, thence  Kiistprly to the1 liasterii boundary of the  Province; with authority.also to construct,  equip", maintain and operate brunches from  any point iu'thd proposed lino or liuec, not  e.\ceedinj;; in.any one caho -thirty mileu iu  length; aiid with powertoconstruct,acouir*  own and maintain wharves and dockR in connection therewith; and to construct,own.ac-  quire, equip and niaiutniu steam uud other  vessels and boats-, and operate the hums on  any navigable .waters; und to construct, operate and maintain telegraph and telephone-  lines nleiiir the 'routes of said railway and.  its- brandies,or ju connection therewith, and  to transmit messages, for commercial purposes, and to collect toll*' thorefor ; and to  acquire and receive from.-auy' Government'  corporation, or -persons, 'grants of laud,  rights ' of way,', money, bonuses privileges  or other assistance iu aid of thecouHtriu-tion  of the Company's undertaking:, and to eon-  ���riect with and to enter into trafl'ic or other  arrangements .with railwny���steamljo��1, or  other companies, and for all rights, powers  and privilesreK necessary, usual or incidental to all or any of the' aforesaid purponet.  p.ited thislth clay, of .February, A. D-1S1U.  . J. A. Gemmili; .  - .:'   Solicitorifar.A]i|)licaiit��.  " -'��� -'Notice.'  A. B.C., Ltd,,   Lrx.,   Pahym>iishu>.   ���   Ti��  JAitBfl Hume, M.  H. McCauk  akb Kli  IlL-MB,' TIIEIK ACIBNT oil A(SISNTl) :  T    \V. 3. Anderson. p��rt. owner in the aborti  ' .namod Partnership, liereby pive uotic*  to tho abovo-iiaiued .lauica.Huiiie, M. li. Mc-  Cub'e and.Eli Hiimoiorothor their Ajrent or  Admits, that.tho.luin ;of, $182,-I9 is now dun  me from nmili of t!ienbovt>-inontioued Janiot  Hunie, .M, Hi.|MoCab�� andJ Kli'Huuic, as per  A��s(.K>ini.iit .No. .H, roiirloi-ed , in nccordaucr-  witli See. HA. n'il, an-.l a'', the said assossnisut  hasjiot i.b.Rcn.jpiiiil in:c.oinplianco tliorewith,  T shall |ii-o.casd, i.inder,aud by virtue of the  poweri conferred by' Section 05, Consolidu-,  ted Placer Adti )9 >1, unlos-i the. suid amountu  be paid to me on or.before March 12th. 1932.  'tojfeth'er-Witn-.air.ri��.<es��'n>etit��.whieh may ac-  erjue and qther.cpsts und ch'tirircf. occusioued  &ysuch default." .       W. .r.-ANiii-.H^ON,'  M-���m-., A. H. C, Ltd. Lia , Pariimrrwbjj-.'  Spruee Crook, Allin Mining District, B.-C.  Atln-'.-B.0���,FeK.gth,T��2. '.f^vl-ft  -vis*:.'....  *Sw^_ ^.���. .^. -. ^^tA^*  ,.:;;L.^i!;.-��i(i;*^fe?S&;;i;>2j;5;jji,;^  ������--.-:iL-:  ���^K/^^ra^^^-^^^P^^j^^^rSSSi  m  m\  m&\  m  Fife  If  Ml  Wl  m  '���sAbOI  mm  f-m  m  \m  m  'ml  j Ml  till  ml  WE  *-sKa��  'fffil  !$&  vi\  M .���ATr;jrN^'fe  ////;,}/  >R(C;KED:UP HERE; AND THERE:  ClMircli/of IvnH'Inrid :;���   ','.,': '.'/'':"'������'..'"     v:'--'/:"  ���.St.'tMii'rtinfeChurch,coivTliiird .ami Trnin-  , or,streets.: .fjimilay. 'services, Matins rit-.-ll; a.  in.,'.ItV(!iisV)hf:"7':30 ]>. in: ',C,!i--!(.'l)i-atioh iii'; Holy'  , Co lu in union,   Ist/Hiiiiilny/ iii. iincli month and  ; on^ypiVcinl 'Vfcnisiiins:/Sunday ' .Sclion.1," Siiii:  ���<!a,vr.;i't   :i. 11.   ni.' .. ('oiiiinii(iM.;i_\!('"l.inu;s,_ '.Tsi  : Thursday in cnchino'iilli:    j- .- -���'   - -   --''/-,/  ':.'. //v- .-������������ './.'���'. -Ui-i:." 10. L. Stephenson, Hector.  ;;. Si. >;.\ iidrmv's lM'-e.sb'yteri an-Church hold  services' iii 'tlie- Church.''on/..Sei-iViid Street.  ..Mort>i.n|r' service at, 11. cveni iiii- service 7 :"il  Si nil lay School fit (lie" close iii" 1 lie ' iiioriiin.n'.  service.' ,-���linv.'..I: IUi5seiI//\i.ihister. ... yPree  Ki-aiMii./Kuoii). lti .which all i-n-ivNvelcoiiie.'  '/y/.'Jus't'; a Trivecl/'at "E:: vPilhnan^fc  '���-.'.. Co.-.s'��.freshj/f���  ' :-V';UKr-leinpilS:/|'/-/. "/.'?.^ !(///; ;';/////&-.:;/  \]/   /PlR^E^TINW  'ulXlo-iij'sSrec'e. tit cold weathetv/many.'of  ;-':/lhe/;pire.;;;l.';xtiiigiHsJiers /have/ be-:  .,,/ /come-frozen-and,:���'.are/: unfit/for iise,:  //If' /lnypiie' Oiayli|'g,/'.H.lh'C?'eV-/iii/'���'.'��� rhei'r'i  -/^qiqssessibi i / will '"';fa ke ������- tij t-1 n / "lo./iS I r.i  /Rqs^eliu-al /llie^Roynl/H^  HAyilPbe/rechar^  ���;/.;.' Oct'ycuirfrien^  :-/^''rii.e :Atlin-Telegraphic: Bulletin/'/-  '/V-��� wee^l\/;''-':/^/--^;:';--./;i/;':; /-���/'// z/7-'-/'-'-:  ;v/:Tlie/Arai!cou\-eri^  //l>een'Opened ^^  .'��� /nierly pl/McKee creek/imcl/he: will  -" ���be; p lea serif to.'. w.el eo iii e "Ti i s, fi;i end s';': -;.,;  ';���������;;, Por- a :gbpd,"r square /iueal/. in /a;  ��� /lHu-iH;;.-:;gq/.tp;:;lMie/;.0i.iiclc;.: Tviuic11  'H-toom/;- ;Mrs/'. Hen iiii i'g;'-  Prop.  I'll   - ,!.>..|.|.-.((f ���llf.'.i  V^/Vv;/^/!-/^!  /:/(iy/-::ia: i: :/-  :./'-s'i./::i.i.i.  .Vii' ���  /-oi;.>.//: d  U. in:  //ii  ������'���^!!v-  ; :-.i:i  /_;/_/.\VcDrk^ :uucleriMr/-;Pearse's siiper-  ../yisiqn/ is/about/ to bc/commeucecl  '/C)n'.the -.-.���.Imperial ,-. mine-;-on'. /Muhr'o  //mountain;/:: /���//: '������^������_y.-..!::[::-'.:..;:.-'.u'j::  ////.l^ur.rtis^ied;rppi^  ^HouVHNor^  :.yv,/li.:'J'/..Cai;avaiiv;is^"ra]-)iclly ;:couir,  '-/iDleti i ig'-"-;.o: ;e/ o f/11 i e / i i i i esit; ri ia"ps";o f  : -.this district:/whicli/.lias: ever been  '. /publisliecK;.; It/'will ..show-': the. loea-  -/;tion. otall the/known/mineral and  ��� hydraulic properties in, tlie district.  .''-.-':���.T..lje'niap.;.;'sh'ould; _fiii cl a ready/.sale  botli-iiere-ancloii. thei-outside. / :':'/  i^Foi/fancy.groceries; candies and  ^notions'; 'go to F. I,. Pilluuin & Co.'  /������'- ' The^appbiiilment. of Mr.' Joseph:  ���/McKay,-'to.be.-a Deputy Mipiiig./Re-  /'eorder fop/the Horsefly���.di.striot,.-;iii.  _..'.'tl.ie". ('jue.siiell^ ���,.'_I\;ijiii.i)<>'.-. ^. jpiy.i.sLon,-. ,'is  /gazetted. =/. -Mr. McKay- -is.,, well  ���.-:��� aircf; favorably'known/in Attliu.-Jiav-.  ing spent���' over two/ years/ in. the  /;(.iovernnient:;oflTee7lieVe,;ancl/lat  ��� at Vv'ells in the '.-Porcupine/'district/  .- His ��� 'hea'dq u arters . will .be a t Har-.  ^per's-Camp.    Mr.; Mekay-.lias'also  '.beeii in'ade a Provincial   Constable.  , We wish him   every .'prospeiity  in  .'-.his.he'w' field of labour.    /.  . Lowney's--chocolates'  at.   Dockrill  ��� <!<iHourne's.  Dixon .Pros.' teams 'left .for .Cariboo Crossing on  Tuesday :inprniug  ���last jind arrived at tlie Crossing on  Wednesday evening. They'are expected ��� back'' tomoirow. From a  telegram received from Gordon  Pixon, no  great .difficulty was ex-'  ��� pci ienced in -bre.'ikiu.y; the trail.  "lllue ,,'Ri'l.ibpii Coffee is absolutely  ���pure. -It is sold in all the stores in  .Atlin'. ' /'���'"' ' '      '���'���  '  ���J. II." Rieharclsoii   le/T   this week  ���for While   Horse,   ei.i   route for the  [-Const,     lie   will    b'.' gone, about a  Ui6n.Ii.. "'   .'".  R/l).    FelhenVtiiiihaugb . is.   expected in next week.'  '������':;���:'C ha i-H'e'.^  Hoii rue,; ^l-etu fired.'/ jr6iVi/;p-'tioliclay.  trip tp/tlie/Coast cities: "���'���H'e:;re.p6i;tsi  the"traipfrom^Log'/Cabiu in.sple'n_-.'  d id/cpi i cli t io n/ :���'}.. :^-.iy.',' :������-'_:/:..^,/;;i/  /:/Presh .Ranch -FggS,,just/i'iTived,  titjiv/: i;//PHimai.i:;&:;cp^  ::-'/0ebi'ge/ Hayes '������wen t/.; to/White  "H'bl';se-':to;shout;/for--the:-Atlin Hockey teaiii:-'-c'',:;./.":'..v-^.'/;.^;/'- :';:"  /.���;:.Shp\v ��� Case/ f6r/:saie;-~Apply/at  :thejCj;A:tAi/,C^flice<'.:;',/',-/::.'-/  ��� / J /vl;v'". peeksi/ :���; ii ll'e'nd S :/ iii a k i 1 i''g. ',.-,"'a.  ���tnjvF/asl-MJeTore'ci-inii'ng/bac^  ���lni/^-f-/:/''^..#;';f^  ./^eYniiue"fG;om  IJlackeit'&jCp/p  .%:.:,Wii 1 es.; &/|Gpod yea r';;1 ea 11 iei;, j-top-  r'u I .bar?/I'bb.pt's;'/. -$-j/a :']ia'i r_ /a't/Ji'iu niy  : R ega.bs:;/-/ .;��� ^,/;.;/, -';/', ^. /../ ,::.C /:/!/: ������;'-:.-/  . ���/rFvbin?-Illia. ;-���<;;pi:ep;i fill ioi)s/;/bei lig"  inacle/;by/tlie/,vAl;i/iiageuieiifr/or/the  Allin-"Skating'/Rii^  6iV;tjiel2ij.th/:/prpu.ises/ to'.-!r.;be.'-a''-!.iiig.;  success." and all that-is^ necessary/to  liave/ii/goAvith^echit-iswa:/^  patronage '.by '.ih.e'^pii bl ic?; -;��� ���- -/;.: /���//. ..  f There-: is /a': youhg'.:':.Si.\vas'.h-.-.-\y-hV-V  hasva.^eiichaiit^lor/ fryitig: .to'gaiii;  ;ai.i';.'eiYtr^  st a i ice' is: -l'^o/r ted-.'o f /(lie It.'. i t: won Id.  be._we!.f-/[bi'//;j)_eoplevtc/kecn.an. eye  on/.th is youth ;./and/:, ha 'njd.:.'. Iiiin. over  tp/tlie/pblice.as/a-;yagi-a;nt;,if;n  a,,thier.:;:-r.-:,;-/4;;:/^-;:/:^  ..:i:/J'0:/:Ainateni",:;-/i?h6lpgraphers]^  :T6nitig/'aii4V./fixiiig//s.olutioii?,;fo  Solip/ ancl.;/pther; _pape;rs,.^iu:bulk/  reacly.ibr use;' at Hirsclvfeld's.- //./.  .���'/^Y..'/W^.ilihsiey^  lidtel.;at.VCa'r'ibp'u_Ci:"ps^in'g^  huse's^-liis;p.atrons'jthe^:best'-of;ever);:.;  tlnng:/X,Kxcelleht:stabliiigv; -.^/;;/:///  >".'!Jlaccr;--^  ifor'sale atthis office, ������������'���i.'.'.;; ^;/ :���:'���'"',\  J. I^rGrahaui,,, has/none-. tq.Ca.li-  ���'forhia'.to.-sp.eiid,.-'..ilie'-;.-'bah  .vacation.'. He will ."retu.r-n'.'-.to- Atliii  about/the nuddle of next rnonth./O  .'��� -The/case'' of..���/McNicoll:.;et:al .\-s.:  Cornelius Bell, in which; .a...charge-  of perjury was-made in counectioii/  .with, the record, of bench . claims on  Sipruce;.creek- lias beeii/dismissed>.  vSlip'encliaiy' Magistrate- ^Thaiii was  assisted by Messrs:. Cross.aiicl CaiiK  erbii/J. P.'s.:  ' ������ :- ";'. '.,."..���,  . The Mil nro '.ino'Uiitain stain p. mill  has'started. upagaiii'aud/Mr. IJanqn,  expects to':have/it.fiiiii.iiiig., steadily  iii the.course of a few.weeks. '/The  ore in thejneaii'tiiiic' is;being taken  from-the Rocko-PAgeslelaim. -.-������.���.-���-.-. ���'���-  . J. R^Robe'i-tsdii,' M. E., left-"for  liis hom'e in , Peiiiisylvaiiia..-.on Monday last. .      ."''' i ���   '-  Joliii.l'."Hail    left   for Hie Coast  this week: /v"   ..���;,,,// '  . Mrs. Harris/wife Mr. PI. Harris,  of the A'eiidome, cairie in dyer .the  ice this'week/ / ' / ��� -...,. .  ��� -Copies-ot the-new' -Placer Act of  lyor, consuli.hited with the Acts.of-  i'Scjo" and , 1S99, for sale at the  Claim Ofiicc.  U;S#Tflii!!Jg,g?  -'.':'���'���.., '..,"���','������/ ������'''::��������� "   ".,...;-''-/.~i^i-;;.--/l.-< -    -���     --������''���-- .������-.������������������ --���:,-  Special/ Bargains-'fri/-Gl6thihg  ���'&*..*.  .*;,  &'.  ,.V.:-::; /;:: ��� I ,-/-r>:/ --���.." ^<X'o-.-..".-.  OilR ;: Pkl C ES . AR E.'.'.TH t'^LOWEST-;// /:// '-i-,-; "'/./'"-';  :;/--::;/��� '-'\''.r' ���/���: /.Orders takenibi' Tiiilor-madc Suits  '/  ft^^KSl  mm  Ghbicest/W  w&wfmmz&wgs.  fSX>,  mm  Si^Qiik^  m  Fish;  ^FRj&H:rMEr^  Game   in;  season and ';;lwme:;:Kmade:^;Sausa^:  /NpK'ri 1 hkn 'HoTii'i;":;Biri't.mng;/IviksT'������������'.S'T'kiniT./;V;;/-f?  ^;:;:'Einl;^^::fWi'n  ^ecko.ircMoritli  .G.:-H.II.VYHS.  : .).'G. GuHNKi.i..  *  ��� /������-./-/ ������; ..-Discovery..,. - r' /.;'���;:;  ;''6 PEN DAY ANJ> N f(:HFl\..  ' FlRST-CI;ASS RivSTA URANT  :.-��� ^:;/,//../;./:;;./..,iN,,/i;'.:,},:,. V/ ;-  "���\'.;,    V CONNECTION, -/t  llcndqiiartcrs fii'r lliilinci-.A Parr'cilt'n stawc.  /ViNCOllVER.  ./:   /���iM5ST.?-i.iyuo.��s'>ir--blG;A'KS;-.-  Good /AcciiMMOiiAXlbN. / Hkstauiianx'  in  ���'���/ ..'.-'.''  ������.*'���"'",'.������'���:'. Connection.  ''-. .'���;..'-.-'������'.' :,.-.:'.'.:.:-'-Si...IO!.INS'rbX, Proprietor:    /  . CJoodiStiililiu^.t'or llornfs- Mini Doirs.  \H  TREE:��?a.  ;=;-/;-v;piscbV^VyfiJ/::c^;-.;:^  Finest of "liquors.'   -Good stabling  '.:.." v: ���'  lin. Sanks,'���Proprietor."'  THE   IRVING   HOTEL;  -Pine City, B. C.     .; :       ,- ���  1-Ias the  Best -Equipped Par:? ���  I'lif. McDonald   Kiitcrlainiucnl    Hull in Clou1  . f��ot ion.  It. Mrl')osXi'.ii,'l',Wi'|i-.  W.   WALLACE  GRIME  & Co.,  MIMNS.URU.KCKS & COMMISSION AtJLNfS.  Third'Stfeeti'Atliii B. C.  Cei'tifieiLtu of Improvements.  i;c;i;i< of .Atiics .m.inkkai, clatm. .  Sl'li/ATK IIN.I'IMK-   OlIIJI-lK,   ATlilN    DIVISION,  - Oah.siaii Di.s'i-idor. It. (J.  'JVJOTIOK is hort-li.v  ifivmi   tlint I, .1. if. KiiT-  fner, iiifcml,  Sixty ila.vs' IVoiii  diilc,   tu  ..tippl.v tn.tlic   Mining   lti.'Coril(!i-!.l'ur n.Orti-  licato of Tin;ii-ov(.Min:iits I'ur 'tllc.|iui-|io'.so of  otitiiiiiiiij;a.'C'i;owri (leant oi' tlie-aliovc iniiit>-  nil claim.  And ' r<'i:ii'i'in>;i<i   Tnlie  iioiicu   Hint  nctioii  ��� �����,.. .       ��� ,���, ���    -    i nndpr Scot ion !!7 must  be commcnccd-lnd'orc.  I here is more  solid   comfort.in a   ti,(! is-s-imiic.M.r .smci/C-niiicaic ot improv,,-  ' cup offline   Ribbon   Tea than in a   ��.��'���'���������  ,, r ,  . |   - Dated'tliiv.tnj day of rVliriuu-v..1.0:12. ���/  .gallon of mpst.:.beyei'ages. . -.  rBs-ow. .   .    >    .    j. m. k./^nek.  Q;K  F/IjINK-  MATHS'  HARBI'.R vSHOP  U/VOi;   WANT  -Ion  MlNEMliNiWP  .'    ;'. In. the Atlin District  /  ���-/������'t. .;:  ���.������-."���wiuTi-: 'nji  f'rop. /,"  No��-occiiii.vtlicii- iinn-'rpin't-toi-K niix-f  (o tlie Hank ol'll. X. A.. I'ir*t .Street../-.-;...  Tin: lialli rooiiiKiirc cijuall.v iim irooil ax fiyuiid  iu  ciiic��..  I'rivittu  Kill rn'iicpfoi'ladles.  Real.  Ivstate  and   Mining   Broker,  -' -P. 0. Box, 36. Atlin, B. C.  -���������Few;-  Cnl 1 aii.tr :^etfv Pnces"^l;-;'  .(S  #?������������

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