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 :  \> ���  VOL,   4.  ATLIN. B. C, SATURDAY, FKBRUA.RY,  9.    roor.  NO.  X:  ���    THE STR VEX DYKE  HYDRAULIC   MINING,' PARTNERSHIP.     ',     '      ���  V visit was ,)iid last week to tT,e  v<��il-c>jui T.'d- c.iinn ot tlie Sleveu-  <l.-,*k',' ' (rv-lnulu- .Mining Partner-  siiiu 0.1 tl>e south bank of Pine  ������.>.��� *!:, rrHj-.it half a mile halow Discovery. Here wc* found Messrs.  Weii* ,r'.nl'rodd-I/e<_*s --whose Trie,.ds  hurl :i">! seen them in .,Allin for  . I'ln'r mo i;hs or in ire; and whom  ' tYuuo.i'- ir id finally buried-and laid  a.v.iy ���.i.id'-.'r te-i feat of snow���sitting out their noonday siesta "four  feet on the leader,'' with an air of  placid cjir.enLma'it, which one only  associate.-! with .the possession of  either a good conscience and poverty  or���bedrock. Mr. Frank Weir,'  the leading spirit of this organization, is one of tlie' pioneers of the  camp, and save, for a few mouths  passed in Victoria in the.winter ot  '9S, has resided here contihinnsly,  watching its development closely  iu the interests of the Company.  His two partners and himself are  - firm believers in the future of the  Pine, Spruce and McKee valleys as  dee > lead propositions. That this  belief is based on ascertained facts  rather, than on simple faith was  made fully apparent to us ere we  left their hospitable and well;ordered  camp.   ' - '. ��� ���  To   our i-rquiry  as lo what   "he  ~"C->m:>aiiy" had' done and projected  poi ig in  the 'develoj ment of their  property, Mr. Weir said :  "We have found it necessary to  anoit as our motto the soldier's  three 'P's' 'Patience, Precaution,  and Promptitude.' Up to the present we have b?en able to put iu  exercise only the first named of  these virtues, but we have been for  some time prepared to act with  promptness when "the moment arrived to enter upon active exploitation. The proximity of our ground  to the working, shallow placers on  the creek has forced us to make  haste slowly, otherwise we would  have seriously inconvenienced the  individual miner still working in  our vicinity. In order to secure  the ground we now have and which  we have had in view ever since the  first discovery of the camp we naturally deemed it in our interest to  get an early start in the race for  tiile, but having orrce obtained the  desired send-oiT, we have been  well cor.tent to ' rest on our oars '  and win out at our leisure.  In staking our      original  group of four Steveudyke leases wc  ran our north side lines so as to  skirl a.id exclude ihe'shallow bench  1  ground which, could easily be  worked by lire ordinary methods,  and which . would have been of  little use to us as a hydraulic company, save as' a dump in connection with our higher ground.  "T was impressed with the .situation and possible value of this  nroperty as a deep-lead proposition  during my first visit lo the camp in  August, '98; so much so,, indeed,  that, although I arrived early in  the excitement, spent the -rest of the'  season,iir camp and 'prepared a report.o\.the district for the Mining  Department at thc request of the  Provincial Mineralogist, I did rrot  become a Free Miner until I reached  Bennett on - my way back to the  coast. I maj* say that I have  staked but orrce in the Atliu district as an io--foot claim holder, and  that'claim, staked irr June '99. immediately after my return, now  forms the nucleus around which our  property.has grown and extended.  Some things are worth waiting for,  and my partners and myself have  felt from our first survey of '..he  ground that we could well afford to  exercise the patience necessary to  get oiir affairs to the 'point of actual  development; our prospect work  has proved to us that we have made  a lucky hit, and next seasorr's work  "will, we"hope, expose one br'more  leads of equal value to that already  uncovered. It seems- clear to" us  that the pay channels of the ' lower  Pine and Spruce valleys are the  wash of glacial streams, heading in  the south-east, but as 3*ou have  kindly asked me to prepare a few  notes on this general subject for the  Claim I will not elaborate on this  point at present.  "As regards development, the  pa^t seas 3U has been spent by us iir  prospectiirg our gr*.;uud, completing  preliminary work iu connection  with our waler ditch and adding to  our original leaseholds by purchase  aud otherwise such property as we  deemed necessary to put our proposition on a practical aud business  basis.  are now as follows': commencing in  the vicinity of Discovery claim on  Pine creek, we run nearly to the  Junction bridge, thence southerly  to No. 157 below on Spruce,-thence  easterly, following its north benches  to No 110, thence northerly in an irregular line to point of commencement  on .Pine, an area of about 500 acres.  :   BLAGKETT ��� &-CO.  .  The, Largest Dealers in  ' General Merchandise:'ii;L.'th.e'NortJi. .  Go to them for your supplies prices reasonable.  IRON. STORE 1st   STREET. .  In addition lo the bcrch ground enclosed within ihesre boundaries, wc  practically control a mile of the  creek-- bed' ol' Pine, fronting  dircetl/ 011 bur' properly. Our  water right is for 2000 inches to bs  diverted, from Pine creek at the  head of Gold 'kunj and conducted  by- a series of ditches and '.flumes to  a point orr the ground,-which will  give us an average head of 200 feet  un the bedrock of the lead found.  This lead is a continuation of the  high,level- or ' Lytle' channel, first  uncovered on the south or Steven-  dyke benches, opposite No. 30 below on Pine, and subsequently encountered in the tunnels run by Mr.  Lytle and others, about 1600 feet  up.stream, in the winter of '99 and  since. We consider this the main  glacial stream of the Pine side of  Pine-Spruce valley. It is intact on  our ground, .being first struck at a  depth of 12 feet, immediately adjoining" our camp, and gradually  deepening as it proceeds westwards.  Its average grade would, give it a  depth of between 50 and 60 feet at  the lower line ol" our property, where  a shaft has been sunk 44 feet without encountering it. We have  reason to believe from the indications at hand that this stream was  joined bv one or more similar  streams from the direction of Spruce  and Little Spruce, and this point  will be definitely ascertained by us  next seasou. Notwithstanding over  1000 feet of expensive drain ditching, we have been unable to uncover  more than a foot of the pay gravels,  so that the .balance of account is to  date considerably on the wrong side.  Our plans for the coming season,  when carried out, however, will expose a large area of bedrock which  lb the satisfaction of both companies,  and re-surveys.made on an- agree-  riie: t for a siigle ditch''.to -be constructed at joint' expense so far as  their lines coincided. A ditch, capable of carrying 500 inches,, was  thus excavated r for a mile and half  before the close of the season, and a  500 foot trestle,'40 feet in. height,  erected, spanning one of several  gullies crossed by the Iii.e.'->,   ,L  The Steveudyke . Hvdraulic Min-  ing Partnership >. is an example ol.  what a small number of level-headed miners caii do by earnest co-operation and .continued attention to  their joint interests. Unlike other  of the hydraulic companies in camp  it is an ordinary mining partnership organized under Part VI of tbe  Placer Act. Two full interests, the  ,01'ie represented by.. Frank Weir,  and the other by D. Todd Lees aud  W. M. Brook, constitute the" mem-,  bership. " In addition to their Pine  creek properties these gentlemen are  largely interested 011 Spruce'creek  in connection with ..those .other,  staunch upholders of the camp,  Messrs. Brownlee & Lowrv.  BOARD UF TRADE AND FIR1C  PROTECTION.  Hit. . Brewing   Company.  BREWERS Ol' STEAM AND LAGKK BEEK.     NONE BUT THK  BEST   INOKUUIKMTS     USED   IN   THK   MANUFACTURE    OF  OUR DEER.THE  ONLY  HKKWKRY IN THE ARCTIC REGIONS.  1  ORDERS PROiUPTLY FILLED FOR ALL PARTS OF THK YUKON.  TERRITORY   AND   NORTHWESTERN    "BRITISH.    COLUMBIA.  AT LI N, B.C.  will enable us to form a fair estima-  The   limits  of cur  grouud te  of the values in this channel as  a .whole.    It has paid  as   high as  $54.00 to the 'set' in drifting."  Returning to- the question of  their water supply, Mr. Weir stated  that the three miles of ditches aiid  flumes, have been' laid out by  Messrs Brownlee & Lqwrj- of Atlin  ���and a mile and a half ot the right  ot'way cleared. Early iu the season, Messrs. Blunck and Griffith, of  the Sunrise Company, who had projected a line of ditch for a short distance ou the south side of the creek,  inadvertently invaded   the  right of  way belonging to the Slevendyk*  Co.- Considerable work was don.  on this line before the error was detected by the Company and recognised by the invaders. Once thw  point was conceded, however, the  difficulty was immediately adjusted  A meeting of the Council of the  Board of Trade was held at the  Bank of B.N.A. on Tuesday evening last. In connection with Fire .  protection, the following letter was  drafted and forwarded to the Provincial Secretary:  The Honourable  The Provincial Secretary,  Victoria, B. C.  Sir:���At a meeting-.of the Council oi the Atlin District Board of  Trade, held yesterday,' I was instructed to lay before you the following matter:  Tne town of.Atlin is in continual  danger of being completely destroyed  by fire.  Our only method, at present, of  righting-afire is* by means of the  primitive "bucket brigade."  . We are unable to obtain insurance  except at the exorbitant rate of  10 per cent.  We are desirous of obtaining a  manual engine for our better protection. An effort is being made  .0 raise $icoo.oo in town for the  purpose of purchasing an engine  ���uid we beg to ask you to use your  effort towards obtaining for us from  the Government a grant of $1000.,  which, with the money raised here,  will complete the purchase of said  equipment.-Your obedient Servant,  C- HrRSCHFKi.i),  Act. Sec.  A. ATLIN, B.C.,  SATURDAY,  FEBRUARY; 9,  1901  Tlie Atlin Claim.  I'uMIsJipiI   every    S:i) uidi.y   iiiiu-iiinpr   liv  Trrr. ATMS Claim  I'i'/immunis (Jo. <���,  . A. C. liuinriir-'i.j.ii, linn-nii und  I'ltoi'iir i.'toN.  Dllioi' of ii.iljlirntu.il PciirlS". ,  Atlvi-j-f iui :��� tr ml in. mmlo ltnrnvn on application,  'I'Im; P.111**,.-j-is>tit... priee is,.*r. n .veer pav-  ul.le in udvniifo. Mi. piipci' will I hi .lelive.-fil  unless llu..s.' fun.iitioiis two foinplic.l wirh.  Saturday," Fklruauy qt.b,   190:.  \\,'i' have   reason   for congratulation on our transportation prospects  for-lire   coming   season.-   From re-  ''cent-Coast   papers   the   announcement is  made   that  the   Canadian  Pacific   Railway Company has purchased      the      Canadian       Pacific  , Navigation     Company's     fleet ..of  steamers.,-- As   the C. P. R..never  does  things   by halves we may depend on getting a thorough efficient  service from Vancouver and Victoria  to Skaguay.     Although lhe   policy  of the purchasers has not beer: made  public, we understand   that all .the  :  services, the west and eaVl coa-.ts ol"  Vancouver island, tire Skeena river  .nnd  Skaguay routes   will   be much  improved;   while ori   the  latter   i'  is   more   than, likciy   .that a  new  steamer will   lie   -placed, which will  he equal, if not'superior, in comfort  ��� and speed-, to any on the route.  It is als'o stated ��� that the While  . Pass ec Yukon Railway Conipam  has recently purchased two steamers  in Unglaud for 'the Vancouver-  Skaguay route. These steamer-  will have a capacity of 600 tons and  be able to accommodate 200 first-  ela.-s passengers. It is expected  that they will reach wincouve, in  time for lhe o| cuing of navigation.  Vancouver is to be the home port.  Now,-with t'ue C. P. R.. the W.  P. & Y. li. Co. and the Dodwell  Co., to say nothing or others, there  is more or less possibility of considerable rivalry for the Yukon and  Atlin trade. We can stand i', and  if we do tint get reasonable rates  this year we will be lead to believe-  that a "corner" has been formed  in the freight business.  actual,cost of running the' mill. , All  ore���which must r.ot be less than  :e:> tons-���is lo be delivered al the  Mu 11 roe Mountain Mill by the prospector.  LF.TTFRS TO THK FDITOR.  PLACER MINING  ACT     -    -  % % fraser % Co. ���..  SUCCESSORS    TO  ���' P. P. C6. '      '    First Street,-Atlin..  For Staple & Fancy Groceries  Tobaccos and Confectionery, ���  Prompt A ttention to arder.st**~Give us a call.  fo the Fditor of The Claim:'  Sir:���Your - recent   editorial   on  the   Placer ' Act   advocates     such  sweepirrg   changes   iir. tire   present  "wretched jr'ece of legislaiiou-undcr  which alluvial mining is today conducted," as you say,   thai I may be:  rardoned a few words   irr  criticism.  That the Act in its present shape is  more or less unsatisfactory is appar- ���  c-nMo evcrv practical   miner*.    Thc  rreed is urgent   for'   its  speedy   and  thorough   revision, 'and I   'am   glad  to lean; from your columns that our!  legislators  are  at  la<*t   alive to the!  fact.     Irr   considering   how best  to'  remedy the delects   which   the   ex- '  poricr.ee of this   camp has found so !  rlel'rimc-i.tal to   its   propsr" develop- ;  ���   ���r.eul, we sluuld bear in mind that1    "  ihe 'no osed Commission will be iu  F�� T. Ti'OUghton  *ffect a duplication of ihat[ conimil-       '  vre   b\ which   lhe   present Act was .  'originally, drafted.    The effects we I  now observe  could   not  have,   been  uuieij.'iUed   iir ��� the opgiu'al   framing, briirig largely due lo the   rapidity with- which  this   Province   aird  its in-mediate neighbor have   come  io    the    front.    Our   first set   back  was        due        to the fact  that lire ���io-'eers of tlie camp were  "���iniciicaily old Yukoners, conversant only with the Yukon regulations  of the Dominion Government. Any  change therefor-- that may be sug-  ges.ed as to tire size of claims should  not be based on the fact as we know  it, that 100 fool claims are urrwork-  .THE.GRAND  HOTEL    ������  FINl-ST KOUIPPHD HOTFL'JNTHl'. NORTH,.   ' FVKR YTHIK'.  *    CONDUCTKI)'IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNKR.  French Restaurant in Gennadicm ,   '  . Ricic & Hastiic,  Proprietors;-  David Hastik,  Manacek.  , Corner of First and  Discover)-Streets.  At lira Lake Lumber Co,  Rough and Dressed  Lturber of all kinds .  'Hydraulic   Lumber  Managing; Proprietor.  -B'otel . R11 ���$ $ -e 11; ������  Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars  >��  9  Tkadk with the northern gold  fields is today largely controlled by  the United Stales: arrd llritish  Columbia points of supply should  pay more attention to that lact. Ou/  merchants are certainly less progressive anil too independent. For  instance:     orders        leave        here  for certain  couver fills  whatever   thev  occis    and      Van-  order     with  may have in slock,  thc  irrespective of the fact that such  and such brand or mark  was ordered. This should nol  be      and     the    sooner    the    evil  .rble  unless  grouped, but  with th;  ei d irr view of assimilating our law  in this respect to lhat of lhe parent  government.    One has but to siudy  ihe Yukon regulations -ind to watch I  them in operation to be made clearly j  aware  of the gieat care with which j  they were ccn.-idered   and  drafted, j  1 There should he  uniformity in   our:  Canadian laws :->o fir as concerns the !  1  acts necessary 10 establish title, etc., j  and wc sh mid follow the Dominion i  enact men. ts 111 tins respect. 1  Instead of doing away with all .distinction between "creek, bench and  bar," our legislators would do well  lo follow lhe provisions governing  mining ground in the Territory, so  that the creek claim owner should  have first claim on the bench ground  immediately adjoining him.  Your   proposal   that   the    Gold  !       Importer  of General   Merchandise  Miners    Supplies  '    OUTFITTING A SPEC"! A IT Y  FIRST   STREET,    ATUN   B.   C.  Rooms aud Beds  Best Liquors and Cigars  r. J. SMITH,  Vancouver General  Sfor  e.  is remedied the better for the \ ^"mmi-doner's powei be extended  Province. Already we learn, fiom j Ul "L'"'li>1" llim t0 seU'c mining  many of our merchants here, that iciisi'uU's" is* * re:11'* impracticable,  goods arc beiup- ordered from Seattle ' 'lowt-'v(-M' advisable. Il was undoubt-  and other   American   points  where  boiler attention is given and   belter  prices obtained.    Look to  il!  Vari  edly owing to the exercise of such  powers  by tire Oold Commissioners  jo; Cariboo days that that aird other  couver and Victoria, you  ought  io'c-ullPs ic-'at-'li��l  their   full  develop-  CARRIFS A FULL LINK OF  GFNF.RAL MHRCHANDrSF,  A. S. Cross & Co  lM. Street Atlin.  E. L. Pillman &Co.  dfalfr in PRODUCF  HOOKS, PERIODICALS.  TOBACCOS, CIGARS, FRUIT.  CONFIiC'lTONKRY.  get our. trade, and  will  to,   if you  treat u? fairly. "  urent without the friction  so noticeable here.   In granting such powers  to  their  Commissioners,   however,  MUNROK   MOUNTAIN   MILL. |the *J^'vin<-nal Legislature-exceeded  ��� ���..rrr-.���"��� | its authority, and   these  clauses  in  We are authorized to state' that | the Placer Act were declared "ultra  Mr. Featherstonhaugh is prepared I vires'" by thc Court about tile time  to accept ore from, prospectors and | the present Act was being drafted,  make   mill   tests for   them   for  thei The   administration "or"   justice,*   is  NOTAItY  I'tnujC.  Cornel' of Tliii'il uml l'.-iirl Stri'"t,  11.    C..   opposite ('uvermimi.t If u i lit -  QUICK LUNCH ROOM.  Serves the Best 50 cent meals   in  the City 2 UriCtrl F/rgs included wiih all Meal arrd  Fish  Orders.  Oyster slew aud  ' '  Omelets  a specialty.  Our coffee  can't be sur >assed.  ���VTLIN  COMMISSION CO.  Goods bought, sold aud ���-:������. c'-vingod.  Upholstering i' all its Irr.mrlr^s,  Mattress factory.    Coll ou us.  ���I. I). Dnrle, I'l-np.    I'hst Rire. t,  Will.  (iFI-TCI-;  .\tliii  I nar*. !  .  i*l11 Kinils of  inininir papers mui.ti out |   Several  yum1*."  pi'netienl   ocpeHimee. j  (ir-'irrnK 01.' n.,-.*\ ri.isTo.iK,,. j  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  C 1-1:0 I CH.    TO \V N  AND CABINS TO RHNT.  A. C.   KlKHCHKKI.D'. AoivX'I  Best Liquors & Cig-irs.:  , O TSi Good Accomoclalion,   Resiaura' I in  ���  Connection.  Clooil Stnblhijt for (li>r<i*M iiu.l  Oo-'a 0--4-J      ���    .    * *  J=  J.  ATLIN, 13.C,  SATtJRDAV,  HKBttt-ARY,  g,  190T.  M  ,(  veste<l iu the hands of the Dotiin-  ion,. l>y whom all such judges' are  , appointed.  .Your suggestion, thai upon recording u "lay," the owner of a  ���iaim should be relieved of all debts  incurred by the party taking thc  lay, during its continuance, has two  sides, one .of which you do not  seem to have observed. A claim  should justly be held .liable for the  wages due to the laboring miner.  The extinction ol this lien is rather  a step backward than'an advance  along modern line:*.  In connection with the proposal  to confine the royally to the ",uel"  proceeds, J may say(that this would  be rendering the Government liable  U-) incur loss of revenue from .the  operations of inexperienced or extravagant miners.' Royalty should be exacted, however, only from claims that  paid* more than wages ��� to .the  owners and. should not, lu cilicct-  ible unless the total product exceeded, say, $1000.��� -Your?- respectfully,  'A    Ml.NKI'.  GOLD    RUN.  To thk Editou of Tiii-: Claim:  Di%ar   Sir:���Local  opinion   has  given Gold   Run   the fust place iu  the minds  of the people iir lire district.    Why?    In   the   first   place,  Gold   Run   is all  aud  more than it  has beerr given  credit for.    A year  ago   it   was  considered   a  "moose  pasture,".but today it   is  the  live-  , liest moose pasture in the Atlin district.     Work   is being   prosecuted  with   a. vim  that  is  a   surprise to  the natives,   work   thai   will  brine.  _more prestige to the camp "than any  work done iu   the   whole ' district  during the  past tvv*. years.    I venture   to make   the   assertion   thai  within   the ��� next   two   years Gold  Run  will   furnish  employment   to  as   many   men as the entire district  put together.     My  partner, W. .A.  Bruucr, who has   had   considerable  experience in mining on large rivers,  anel h.ysell" were fully satisfied   that  there   existed, an   old   channel, yet  undiscovered,   aird   at once  began  prospecting   for  it.     After examining the gravel on Nugget Point we  saw at once that the gravel consisted 01  granitic  rocks.    We then set  about to find, if possible, its source;  thii we found eight miles above the-  mouth of l-'urorise  lake,   where we  fou::d ih't  contact  between  granite  and talcose skies, which is identical  witli the gold-bearing -.dales of California.    It was  then a mere matter  of tracing   the   course of"   the golcl  o'faimel   at  the   present  mouth of  Surprise lake.    We fennel the water  flowing  over  bedrock,   which  was  ones the tide  of  ginal channel having   b^en filled iu  by the washing  clo'.v-r of  the   rnor-  'raino-. of two  glacier.-;���these n.10.'-  railie1* cut  be  distinctly seen yet���j  thei-.-'.'   glaciers     'likely   had  origin iu mountains, having  channel, where' good pay is found,'  there is but Utile doubt that Gold  Run will be the liveliest spot in thc  Atliu elistrict next summer.���Respectfully, Chas. R. Howard.  Gold Run, Feb. 7, ic,oi.  BURKS'   BIRTHDAY,   igoi.  VlIRSl'.S KKAI1   AT   THK    Pi NT-. ClTV  Ci'i.khk.yi'ion nv thi*; Author.  T.inifrlit. around il.e festive V.ui'il,  'Mill 4\retic U*o anil snow,  "iVn Scot, iii-e mot in jrliul s.eeonl  ,Wlth hearts that wtii-iupi-ulow.  We eeletii-ute tlm mitiil nii'lii. '  Anil that wo will In style  Of Sroliu'x iwn iiiiinuitiil v, lirlit  Tliu "litil 'twas Imi-n in Kyle. "  No limn w.'ii lio ot lil|jli tleiiree.  iN'or born t'j hoeiiil pni't,  Hut ]ili...'iiui!i cljiolt], with peii.to wi.'l.l  4V111I .ovuy his niiti..ii's heui't.  He s:inj- the folk mhi^s ol tin- poor.  Their lives uml loves and toil,  Willi iiutiii'e'.s lieiirl-einiipitllliii; lonnli  4V1111 racy of the s.iil.  In truth his Line., are \��ooil not..- wiM,  |.'i-e>.h Mi.wiiij; from lhe lieurt.  'I'll.' m��iij;n of a p..��'t ie. ehlh! ,  Willi Nut.1 re all hi"- art.  lie sin.;; ilie Mi.ijf uf SeotliiiiilV iluleii.  Her lime*, uml -t renins, unci all.  The win.clue tluii.v on tin* l*m,  The thistle strong uml tall.  With heari us tender as th�� iluwn.  He Invoil nil (Soil's eroation  'I'he ral.l.it luinc, the honielest. moiise,  *     He'il lain jcive eonsolatiori-  n.-w .-anting hypucr'.tes he seorneil  Ami scureil their puny souls,  Ur.ir witne.s.s'Tloly Willio'*- pruyor"  Which Hhanied them to their holes.  For floitifrs terril.Ie ami fctitrlc  ���Inst turn the "Turn o* Shunter"  See "jlejr" displity her rutty s,ark  While "Clootie.-" blows, this ehuirtrr. '  01.1 S.-otlaiid's jilory well he sting  Inspired with inurtiul Hume,  Htnv Bruce anil Wnll'ioe Lore the itrrr  And t.vrmit-, brought to shame.  Ho hiinir of love us none I'Oiilil sliis.  i'or to none has touch been *iivi?u ^  As adorns, the "Uriips o' ISounie T)oim"  Or the wail to "Mary in Ifoiivun".       "   ,  Hi* pen l.i'decUed \vhat'��er it touched.  The pulsions were as a lyre     - ���  Of which the muster swept the striujr-i  In words of living lire.  ['or niauly, honest, upright worth,  '���'or \ irtue true and tender,  Oo.l vrrnnt them iifji', us timo rolN on,  Siiel. gallant, l.rave defender.  O'er nil the jrreut. round j^lobe this eVe.  The kindly Sects they ���rnt'.ur,  The liit};j*is uleaiu. the toilil*. steunis  llene.ith the purple heather.  And while they toast, they well nmy lioutt  .V love that ni?%er turn*.,  lint, deeper w Ul. the (i^ert jirow��.  Their love lor Uoliert. Hums.  II. IS. UtMrnro.N.  Pine City Baths and Laundry,  Main Street, PINE CITY.  - Hki.kx Lri'iccio:.  SOTICIi is l.erehy (riven that apijlieatiou  >\ ill lie made to the T,i'!ritlntivn Assembly of  the ProU'.eu of liritish Columl.laat the next  ..-���ssio-i lor an Act toeonsolldntpcertain miii-  i,,i. |e.is"s of (.-round situati-d in und around  Trond Guleh. Atlin nistriet of Uritisli Coluin-  hin, and n'ore par.tieuliirly ltuown ��s the  " G.-in " , " Luuiiiiimu " , '��� Will o' the Wisp "  11 ..iirfleliai .it , " "Gordon , '" " Con-in ,lucU, "  " l.aiiea.iiiru l.ad , " " Loiiiue . " " Pure Gold"  "i.la' "O11II1.1 ii" and "Only (Jliauce" to^uth-  i-r .. itii oi'.ur adjoining or adjacent propor-  1 ClllVO'il the Ol'i- j''''*''",l1 1!,u-> ��'i=.'i^n.rtei* lieumtnirotl by uiipli-  '���"-���' .-nuts 1 .in o ,. '...I.iii.i: v. ith a demise thereto  IY..111 cm- L 10,, 11 lor a perioil of 2.1 yeai'i, from  liie li,.nI ),nns..-re of the .Vet witii the rifrlit of  ,i'i...i'M.il Jor a I ui'llioi- porii.il ot SS yeui-H and  that    tie-   ��.icw ).ri. ile,;en and anseiaiienta  no.i li.-l I or ,u r: .if I. r lu-qnired by tlie uppli-  I cant > null i... i.. ;ici;;i.r Die ri^hr ofdnertiiijr  Lr.eir   n,.,-l u.in,,'..',.    un.i.-i'/   iiu.-lies  fiom  1h<H th.  II ele- I ���' '���'.v C.i"<JfIi. i-.   iij.n. r..' iiiclien from Siii'iii'Inp  l.i.'.n i-iel '.' ������ i. i, er.,' i-.rl:os 11 oin Moomi and  ���.-alien: Ot     IrOlU     50OO '   tO    '/OOO ieer. , f..|l, Lai'.... ue 1...l.l, ��� uipi...ve<l, uh.l enjoyed  an  east of Surr.risc lake.     Gold Run is j "���",""1 '" '"," rt '*"1" "'' :i"y l"'t ,;f l!',p  ).iiii.l hoi .in/,: and to  I'Oi.liri.i to I ul)  app'i-  part 01 the original   channel, den v-i1;.,,,ih nnd their iis-i^ni ti.eH.ii.i eoimoiiduted  inj'; its j4'.)ld from the same source as  Wriv.ht, JJouUlt-T and Otter creeks.  Moreover, lhe gold  which has been  found ;'ti   Pin-: creek, Willow creek  a-.-.d '.hfi.    b1.i.cIktj    Ira;;  all p.ir,sed  Ihrou^h   Gold   l'.uu.     As  the  de-  v-JpiucnL   progrcfw, and   as each  Juaft   is   sun!:  bedrock on the  leasehold,, ai-.d Mati'i'-i'luhN, with power to  carry 11. y water taut tlieyuiay diveit from  Surprise Lake tlirou,'li the Mil,I Mnobo ami  l-.lli f.ahct, for the ime of tin- applieunts and  their iiM,i^i.s >nli ly hi il with all other uvuul  neec!s..t,iiry or iniddeutal rij;htH, powei-H or  privil'-..'i., 10, ir.ny lie ui'eeshiiry or incidental  or conducive to the attainment of tin. above  objectb or an.',' ot tlietn.   "  liU.VI'ISKAOl.lVliK,  Ij'olii ili.rs fur the i\ j.plicuale.  Vji-lorlu, "Ui.e.27 th. JP.��;.  THE ' ;;     ��� 'I  m -  ���J.   So   Byrom,  J Tkmi'okaky Pkk.misks Nokthurn I-Totrl. -      "J  ���  .,-For,fine views and,Photos go to  n. 0. f>\nmiw$ ���'. *:  Films, Plates, etc. for sale:  First, and Pearl Streets.  ���     Atlin B..C." '���     '.���.-..  OLIVE  ���    ���  BUILDER  AND  CONTRACTOR  ESTIMATES   CIVJiN ON  A LI,  KIXDS OF WORK     ���  PLANS AN'D SPICCIFICATIONS  a sPi:tji.\i/r*if       -   ,  . BRICKS FOR SALE.  OFFICE:   Third Street, Atlin,  -KKXT TO-CI1UKCH OK  EN0UANI1.  FREE BOWLING ALLEY.  VENDOME'. 'BAR.  ATLIN, B. C.  Atlin Lyiiiber ii' rVlimng Co.  E. G.   Tennant   -     -   - '    -     Manager  1 __________   .      -      ,  Lumberliigiii ail Its llr&nche&t.  Branch Office-at Pine.  .    .    ,   FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  '    CORNHR     IflRS'r    AN'D     PkAKI.    Si" UliiiTS.  Atlin   ���  Laundry and Baths.  Corner Rant & Lake streets.  C. B. COPFTN L'r-op  G. K. IIAYJIH.  .1. G. COIINF.LU  m note  Canadian Bank...  ...of Commerce  Corner Second and ��V,ar! Slcv-.c .:-.  Goi.n Assay km,        t  ^JURClI4^.S!���:l) on Taki-.:- on  Coj.'SIGNiJKN'!*.  Kscl:ai"igc-M.Jct < 11 al) ilii* ���..niu*-  pal points in Kr.rone, tlie Umuil  Slates and Canada.  ASSAY OI'T'ICU  IN CONNECTION  For ('ib.i' .'iris'1* (;."���; i. ���<'  T. R. BfLLJvTT, ManwKei.  Discovery.  OPEN' DAY AND NIGHT.  l-'lRST-C1 ,ASS RESTAURANT  IN  CpNNECTlON.  Mfiic'iiiiai-lf-.-M for l!i:l::i*>!- .J. Piurutt's ktnt.'e.  K  IRELAND HOTEL?  I-IltS'l'   PTUIiH'T,   ATZ.1N.  J.  KIliKLANJJ,  - Manaciw.  iMr.'/i.-class rliiiirig room  And Ele^.rt Slcejiiug Rooms.  THK   TEPEE.  Wlie-.r on tin..- ];ai-,tail stop ul  Reichen & Flwttmcher  Good Ikds- -Best Isleals.  liLES 15GOURT&S0N,  Swiss Watcsmakuks,  A.-...!  ir.ar.*ifn.:tui-li,i- jifWdllem.  All l.tiiiln of n��in:ul wc.rK oxeeutod ulth  titntiubs nu-1 (iii>v)rtti;h.  bli-tt, kl..  unxt.  to YaBj4..:i,,. fin.rtynl rMt-ro  m  -ije^wi:r&\i��wic��n*niw^  -f��t^'4iewasfcTVWww*H4V^^ ^ULlfcwti.ri^/U* |A  ATLIN, 11. C, SATURDAY, ��� FEBRUARV, y, icjo,.  ~'i  \  If-    1  i  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  .('Iiiin-li of ICniilaiiil servient, will bo liclil  nt niriier Trniiidr ami Tliird Mi-eft- on Sun-  iluy ut 11 a. in. mill 7:'.''' p. in.  St. Andrew's Presliyteriun (Jliureli Imlil  M-rvi.'i'K in ihi- A. II. Hull, Seronil Street.  .Moi'iiing servirc ut II e\eniiitf sorvire !:'M  Suii.ln.v Si-lio.il ut. ihi' ido^e ol' tin: iMoi'iiin^'  Ht*i*viia4*.     I'ov. .1. I*riuule, Minister.  Ono ol' Hid lies!" urtieli", lor   (iiioil   heultliU  u wholesome loiii'iil' l.reud ut 12 cent-, uml   a  fil'Kt-l-llISS llll'lll  Tin-   51)   UIMlIS   lit    till'    Pi.MICL'l-  IliikcTv.  WANTED-    Good    Type-setter  ���   and Joliipi-'mter.    Write io 'Claim'  office, Atlirr.      Permanent job for a  steady man.  We learn that .Mr. McNicholl, on  bench opposite i ic below on Spruce  creek is .turning out all kinds of  money, and .that there is not a claim  this side of Dawson to eqnal it.  When -you have a good thing- push  it along.  Full lineofstationery at Dockrill's  The ini'.'.ers on Pine Creek  benches, between 12 and 20 below  are all doing well, taking out air  ounce and better a day to the man.  Who said the camp was "broke."  Baths Hot, Atlin Laundry.  Tire Pine City Orchestra will  give a dance in McDonald's ' Hall  on 'Thursday,' Feby. r4-lh, St. Valentine's Day.  Hot I'.aths.Atlirr Laundry.  The best people stop at Halferty's.  If you.have a cold on the lungs  dorr't risk getting pneumonia; get  a bottle of Scott's Emulsion at  Fortin & Lecappellaiu's. Sure cure.  J. D. Graham Gold Commissioner, left for Victoria on Tuesday morning last, on business 'connected with the Department of Mines.  ITe expects to be gorre about two  mouths.  Mr Smith, proprietor of the  Hotel Metropole, is making exlen-  DISCOVERY Nl*r:*."o.  Pkkskntation to Mr. Stablks.  On Monday evening last a meet-'  ing1" was "held at Pine City, Geo:  Pollay presiding, to preseot Mr.  Stables, M. L. A., witli -a small  token of respect and esteem from his  constituents.  The present was ,a watch chain  and pendant, consisting of gold pan,  nuggets, pick, shovel and wi'idlass.  also a nugget pin. The charm-,  were very prettily made and"rdlee'-  i great credit on Messrs Eggert it S.,n  ,of Allin, who were the manufacturers.  The presentation being made,Mr.  Stables thanked the doirors in  appropriate terms and invited discussion orr political matters.  ,-  Whereupon several ; questions  touching oir mining arrd other matters of local interest were put arrd  satisfactorily answered by Mr.  Stables, and an informal political  discussion ensued.  Calls ' were made for ; Mr.  Pringle, who in :.:his' usual happy  vein, had several kiird things to say  of Mr. Stables.        -- ,������  Coffee and Cakes were served  and the company gave themselves  over to dancing, v*. liicli was kept up  till the early morning, everybody  apparently     enjoying    themselves.  Among the visitors from .Atlin  we noticed, Mr.' and Mrs.' Williams,  Miss Bone, Mr. Lumsden and, Rev:  J. Pringle. Considering the , short  notice, the company made " a] good  representative meeting of the miners  from the the creeks aird people of  Discovery.  Mr. Stables- leff 011 Friday for  Victoria.  The tide has turned aud people  are begirrrng to return to Discovery  to get ready for the summer's  activity.  Among    the    late    arrivals   are  ���� Riehardspiv,  See .our  bargains.  Making  room for  larger  stock. . -  Complete line in Gcu\s Furnishing Boots and Shoes.  Prices to suit the times.  BR.\:vn ��� TiiKKA-r '-.'iirii.: ::.)rsk.    First St. Atlin.   ' ���  mm.  Fortin & LeGappell&fa  L&ve cicij (l.ir,& isz  the Drug & Patent Medicine line.  Prescriptions Carefully Coin pounded.  KB. Gll.l.RSPlR. Prop.  WAI.THK   Bl.AKlK Mgl.  IU Ccland Bold  Cigars.  Finest' WiiV:-,   Liqi.ur^   and  Fur-riirihod Rooms by the Day,,  Week or IVioiitli  covery   claim,   and   Mr.   and   Mrs.  Stubblefield of the B. C. Hotel.  There are two places at the Tepee,  yet Halferty has no opposition.  RUMOURS OF DEATH.  Despatches .yesterday state that  Li Hung Chang is dead, but to the  time of going to press, there is no  confirmation of the report.  CHURCH   OF   ENGLAND  CONCERT.  sive alterations upon his   hotel.     A |.Messrs. Millar,& McLaren .of   Dis-  iirst class restaurant is to be  added  and several bed-rooms are  now  be-  ... ,  ing fixed up. When the improvements are completed Mr. Smith  will have.', as complete aud well  equipped a hotel as any irr town.  Mange cure for dogs at Dockrill's.  Dave Burton i.s expected back  ucxi week.  Try Hot   Baths, Atlin   Launiry.  M. Baker, of Baker & 'Pennant,  ha? returned.  Halibut at Doelker's.  Mr. Plumbe, Secretary of the  Atlin Lake Company, left for the  coast last week. He may follow  the example of hi--* co-workers arrd  join the Society of Benedicts before  he ret urns.  Mr. Sammoiis, who had the misfortune lo get severely frost-bitten,  while on the way to Caribou, has  returned. He hopes to get to work  again in a week 01 two.  Mr. Hope, the Dominion Government telegraph operator at Nackin-  aw, is in town.  Follow   the  crowd,when   on  tire  JIMMY REGAIN-  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  N'cw mul Sct'oii'l   Hniul  Tin und .Granite Ware. Iron  Steel, Pieks, Sl.ovpK mill Bluck'.initirs  Coul. Qiunt Powder, Cu|.-, Fuse und Yukon Store--.  _   Goods   Roiifiht   Sold   nnd   r.\cli<in<)cd. - ' , ���    '      -  BROWNLEE ���& IJWRY  .   .1. II. Bro.vniK'.', :>.:. S., 11. 1. '-,.  .    R. CLo>\r>,-\'. \I. I. f. 1.  Civil anci Kvd/.:u:i-: ?nr ineers,  t.cr.d Lv'-.-.*'.~C"vT-���'���.  , *    <  lJKARI    STREET,     \TI.r      !'.  IT    ���BATHS  ���ii-i  :'. I.1.SK  NOW 41t,.4*tl|4,V tV  II    ��� ' .  to tne lianii .it li. A. ! ..    .1 ���       .  Thu lmtli rooms 11 re ec.unll.v us -uod us ion-  in   uitie-,.   Private  hi,trui.ee for ladies.  ���    -FINE  ft' A/^rV'^ft^rc-^, -, s  JOB  , PRINTING. -_"  AT  .  V  THE  ci,Aim  V'^Ai^^VVS^tA'VVWV'-.'V*./^^  '��� FINE. TREE HOTEL.  . DISCO \  "ET-V, B. c.  "�� ���' en \-d.: cr.-ue to "��� '��� envery tak  '��� shelter urder the tree.  Finis   o   liquor-.    Good stablirg  ������^vvvwwv'v'vwvw'i/**'^^ ��� sswaa^aa/wvvvvvv^ .^ww  .The concert held on Thursday iu  aid of the Church of England Build-  i'.'g Fund, was a great success in  ei*ery way. Air interesting ��� programme was very,creditably rendered; Mrs. Blackett, * Mr. Lurnsdeu  and Mr.Wollaston being iu excellent  voice. One of the tit-bits of the  evening* was a humorous readi.ig  by Mr. Pringle who kept the house  in a slate of laughter for half an  hour. The rendering of the soirg,  "Joimie Schmoker," by Messis.  Williams Woolaston Fall and Lurnsdeu, was highly appreciated by   the  (���??  fa," ~  "8" Aft*  WVvVVV s ���     .' /'s'v^iiV^VVVVV/VV'v'V ^>AAAAAi^^^.A4^A��>\A��>V,>/i4A*>��4A>^AA/>��^  I'aruail. stop at Halferty's.at Tepee,   audience.      Mr. Stevenson acted a*  ,.���      ..     ,. ,     ���.,..     ,    ,       ,.       ! chairman, and at  thc close than .'id  ihe   iiiighsh    Iiiuuird   harrdrcap .  t    ....    , ,     ...    ...      Mr.   Pringle   arrd Irr-;   cougre-.iin.r, ,  tournament will start tonight at the! .   fa . , ,  T,    , ' for  their  kind   helo  and     use    of!  Kootenav. |  1 their meeting house.  Vancouver Restaurant   for    resh '   j  Irsihbnl. i      Mrs. Halferty iscnnk at the Tepee. I  1 " '  rhe * Bank = of = British .= North = America  I'stitiilislicil iii JS"i>.    Iniioi'iiorutod li.v Ko.vul (JhiirtGi'.  1-'A1I;  I "I"  CAI'ITAL $4,866,666  Rkskkvk  Eund    -------    jRi,581,666  :  ; t'������������;,   ,m ; -.ine, Lombard Street, E. C.  ilc-ad.Office in Canada:      Montreal.  I--.    '���'.'���.K'-r.'A:-;, C-t". ir.l- /'anager.  ���;"   -   -..iii.   .p.,1 citie-: -rf L... iada, and agents in New York,  Scaille. Taconia, Portland, Sjiuk.rne, Hostoti, Chicago, Etc,  &GL& BUST PIUIR&HMSEC*  ��� <  <. 11 r. <  1!i"!'i''hi;�� '  San FrancihCf  ������  /

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