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 I -*mTc- * <*jj hi -m. i .  ���nuHiuw  r-�� ���    1    '%  tgi    (      ^"'  ATLIN. B. C, SATI'KDAY, JANUARY,   .=���     u;oi.  NO.  77.  ���1  BLACKETT ���& ^  The Largest, Dealers in  ,      ' , ' "- '     ' ' '    '   '<       ' ",   "  General' Merch aridi'se- i n' the --N or-th.  So to tliem. for- jwv supplies prices reas^sable.  IRON   STORE 1st   STREET.  ���  '-,   .-   :   '   <    OU!*. DISTRICT.  ;-,v-   ' '  * I'      "'In.tlit: Atliu  Distiict,, which   so  \ 'I'' far'is thf best known portion   ol'the  '. jf ������     ii . . . .. .  northern rone,   there' are  nartiallv  ���i-t'i .    ��� . .  ,"  >,��.   open stretches oi country that nuyl.it  I M*1 "be'p'rbtilublv i lilized for stock rais-'  l-'t'1/ ' ing; nnd many -".hollered valleys  where luncly vegetables and 'grain  cr uId be produced. In view ofthe  established aud permanent character  of the tich placer ni d hydiaulie deposits, tlio population of Atlm is  bound to ircw.ise as oilier localities  have done under similar ciicumstan-  ces. The development, thercfoie, oi  Jrf ihe funning and giazir.g lands within easy ��each, of the en raps, and  .,. fi towns which aie-printing up will  y\ -benefit equally both the producer  S '      and consnnur, ~:'.d il will   be  difii-  ���C*  J", p   "' cult to say  whethe:   the  successful  '"js     miner or the fortunate   occupant  of  ft'T-^isoii    will   secuie the   most  profit.  ���J^V^Gi-jii oi the ranches  in "-the Kettle  |f  |!^Y|River   District  are   aheady '.perfect  il   'M^"bonanzas to the owners    and   it  is  !. \iji->" ,-irite possibIe:-that7 the ",same���thing  'may happen in' Atlin  if the right  sort of vegetable and pcr.ltry" raisir g-'  -farming and cattle grazing   settlers  ���.take    up    and   cultivate 'fheT'la'tid  available   for   occupation.���Extract  y,  C. Boy'id of Trade. Re'port 1900.  I'   V_i'  m  1 ��� *  ll'  . 1  1 ���"  IT'V  /���9  h  ALASKA'BOUNDARY-   -  A  matter of great importance, not  only to; British Columbia but io the  whole of Canada,   is   the   unsettled  - AI ,'skai) boudary.    The loss of trade  can mi read v be counted  iu   millions  ^/goFdoilars and it is  imperative   that  [\ [('-AnJail-Canadian route to Atlin, aud  ��� ���.'--Yukon gold fields be   provided.    If  ' *" YtV.is'canno1. be secured by the recognition \of the Canadian contention in  legkrd t\o the  disputed  territory, a  raiiwav m\ust be built starting   from  the coast a it a point south   ot   Lvnn  Canal.    M;r. Robei I Ward,  who represented /tliis board at tbe   Fourth  Congress of Chambers of Commerce  of the" Empire, ��� was   requested  to  urge upon that assembly thc iinpor-  tHtice of getting  the   Alaska   boundary question settl-d without further  deity, but there has not  been sufficient time to/receive   a   report  from  Mr. Ward.  Extract P. \C,  Board   of Trade  Annual Report 1900.  MINING I.N' 15  C.  Ofthe vaiioiH it duslri.-.s, ininllig  coulinucs 'to occupy th*r nUce of  iuiuortiu.ee and ,\V- nuilbri'i vi-aTly  growth for so'new a-, enlcrpriic is  certainly very encouraging, Ihc following table .of. produc'.ion dm ing  thc ten years ending 1890 speaking  for itself:   ���    *       ��� -  ��� '   -   -,  Production foi Kach Year from  1S90 10-899 (iiicltisiyc).. ,;-  Veen* ' amount  rS9o   .:.... ];....���..$ '-���,608,803 ;  1S91    3,:,2 t;to2  1892    2,978,5--jo  1893    3 53S,ji-3 -  1S94 ^225,7-7  -1895'.   1896 ...'   '^897    ',    189S .  -          ,T3p9   The increase of ' 13 1-6 per cent,  during- 1899, compared, witii H12  previous year, is due to a brj**-? O'.ii-  put of gold (placer -''id 'lode), k'c->*.*-  peraua coal. - The output "of <=ilv-M  ���and lead*shov/s^a" -falling* off, ''due  \*,rincipally;.to'the closing down'of  galena .mines in the Slocan district,  ''consequent uuon to'j failure ofthe  mine owners s��nd m'.-iTJ to :'gn:e  on average' sciicaul.-. Although  thc shortage in - jS99 amounted to  $875,480. thc je.-mlt' o: ihe actual  workings* lit* stie:iE*thened the belief, previously expressed, in the  lichness and prrniancucr of the  mines in vlhe Slo*-an dn'rict.    -  Extrajt IS. C. Board   of Trade  Annual  Ueppit 1900.  Da WI TT SiCfJ/*;.!-!!". Sl?HUCfC  Ci^KKK I'ROIMCRTY.  *".)������: Col.tuih'-fii fuming (.v'o. <u  "ct'is'ii ���") ir^'i t'n:d Lh.' grout) ,01  '.h'liHsilu it';-<l :i':i��r f)n'U iuiuti Cieek  '���.)���! S in'iea for the sum of;', -0,000,00.  ' Mr. 0. H. De \Vitl, who is well  known In hi all, i* to receive .our  folirlii of tlie net provcjdi over and  dio\ 2 I Ik* purchase price ���  Tiie CoUimbi'.i��'Miniug Co. will  i'lslall an ci:teii".ive hydraulic pla'-.l,  ���i[ Mil c'.irly date on their newly  ���AC-p.iired 'mmerly.���  V.'c Icirn thai Atlin pronerly has  ������- gOwd uiarkfl both in- Vui-c uvi*i  cndA'ictori;*.���  5,643,04^  7.507.956  10'.155,268  10.906,861  I2.356 555  * A-.GRACEFUL GIFT.'  On Christmas live Messrs Caine-  ron and Mc Kenzic, on. behalf of  the donors, waited on Mr. T.'icholas  Nixon, tbe oldest miner in tjic district, and presented him with �� well  filled box of Christmas cheer aud a  piir.se of $67 as a testimonial of respect for the old gentleman's age  and pluck. Mr. Nixon y. an old  California miner turning hi** 8r:*t.  year and is wonderfully hale and  hearty. He owns fuice ci^inss on  Boulder Creek and intends T.-orkii-.u  them for all they   are   worth   when  1-le  vJ1  If ^  "4/,' ���  .^1        a  'if  1   WI  I ,^>"  TO, MINING MACHINERY  MANUFACTURERS.  Tho. Atlin district is fast becoming a very important mining country and is a large buyer ot Hydraulic, Quartz aud Diedging machinery.  If you wa'-t'to !>'-��� ia the swim  Advoiti-e in ���" ' in-: U.aiv."  \  summer breeze* bio1.7 again,  desires 7 to render his heaitfclt  thanks to all who subscribed tc the  testimonial and avKnt'? 'hat thc  Atlinites are th... biggevt hearted  people he lias-met with iu hi*? long  career.  THE DUTCHMAN TO HIS  DOG,.' ,  A Dutchman addressing his dog  said: "My dog you haf a schnap;  you ^*as only a dog. und I'm a man,  but I vish I vas you. Hffery vay  haf the best of it., Ven you vaut  .to go mil dcr- bed in, you shus  clviriift round dree tipaes and lay,  down. Ven I go mit der bed iu, I  haf to lock up the blace und viud  up der clock 'und undress mine self,  ���iii-d mine vilV vakes up und scbois  me, und den der baby cries, und I  haf to yank '-"him up und down;  1 hen birnby when I shust get to  -leep, it's (\\-.iu- to ge. oup- again,  ven you gee ->up again >,ou strutch  yourself urid 'scratch*'a, cotnile'of  dimes uud >ou are oup. T" haf-to  diess mineself und- light der fire,  put on der kittle, scrap some mit  mine vife already, uud dtu maybe I  get some brcikfast. Vou blnv  round all day uvd hat blendy 'fuo7  [ haf to voik .,U day und haf  droubles. Ven you"die you nliusl  lay still. Ven I die 1 haf to go 10  hell vct.'.'-  TI-1E  vSAI.MON RUN.  Orion m.d the  1 k-imlcs  'Aie imling in the sky,  Themurinii: of tlv: ddeway seems  To breath a lullaby;  A lazy 11 orning :-.l' ihyi*  The placid .MirfacV blurs.  Aud tl.c croon of the loon  To youdiir waning moon  Is walled  on   the wat'ei   whence  he stii'ivd.  A thousand phantom fishingskiffs  Arc drilling with llit: tide;    '  Deep down btsuoa'cii their cveii' keehs^  Thc henvcu ti��inuiels hide;   ���"  The trailing lines oi ilo.us above  Meander on the wave,  ���   With a gap where they lap        ���"  And the tangled roots enwrap  With a winding-sheet the salmon  in hi;, grave.  Beyond the eastern mouiu.uns,-  Wheie embiyo day is barn,  A glowing band of-saffiou light  , Betray:, the coming mor:*-;  .   We watch the lightening zenith,  And Vega's cresset burn,  A.s we drift in the rift  Of the dawn while we.lift  The s-ilmon-ladeu me-dies o'er the  stern.  (������>  * That is the work of a Mr. 'Higcs.  who lives in Pender Island. 15. C.  It is a really notable fact that Cati-  ada and Australia have lately bicoine  nests or'.singei-*, some ,of whom  deserve to be better known in thisv  country. Nations always begin to  sing when-they have tasted the 'delights of'-.fighting, 'vvhich is an  argument iu-mvoi nf war often ever-  looked by > the Peace "Society. - -  Black and White  To the Editor *'.Atlin claim."  Dear Sir,  .T desire through your  columns to correct an .error in the  sUtemeut that Mr. Wroi.g and I  donated the toys for ihe Christmas  Festival; we were aided by Messrs.  Uixon, GiMespie, and Blakie who  each did rheir share.  Thanking you iu anticipation,  Your* truly,  J. S, Byroui  R. O. Lowry has returned' from  Mc Kee Creek where he has been  v-.orking"on the Atlin Mining Co.'s  properly for .the past week. Mc  iCce Creek will be a winner, he  =ays, if there is   one   in   the  camp.  THK'WOULD'o PIRKS.  [t is estimated that u\;rn thirty to  forty million pounds worth of property is every ye^.r desMoyed by  fire all over the world, though net  one-fifth of this damniagc is done  by what may be called great fires ���  fires involving a lo-->s c  upwards. 'i it 1 it--.  ��50,000 or  STATISTICS OF NKH'SPAPHRS  The. total number o\ copies of  newspaper-,' printed throught the  world in one year is 12,000,000,000.  To print these requires 781,240 tons  of p:;per, or 1,749,977,000 lbs,while  it would take the fastest presses 333  years to print a single year's edition,  which would produce a stack of  papers nearly fifty miles high.  Tit Hits.  ?*tk      i   M   ir   \    it ft  Ri-'  wm��  vft-?*.^ 1  MONRO     MOUNTAIN.  The stamp mill has bee:1 started  up on Monro Mounlain-and we sincerely wish the Nimiod Syndicate  the ������'ticces" the% dcsoivc.  l*KK\VI-:i:S OI" STKAM  AXD LAOKR  HKlvR.      SOS}'.  IIL'T Tllli  UICST    INCKKDllv.STS      l'Sl',1)    IN    THI-:    MAXI*FACT'.. !<!'     ()|-  ()i;i< HKKR.TKK  OXLV   HKKW1CKY  TX THK AllCTIC KKOIONS.  OKHKKS I'UOMVTLV FILLKU I'OK ALL  HARTS 01' TUH VI'KfJ.V  .TFRK.ITORY   AXJ)   KORTHWICSTKRN    I5UIT1SH    C(.7.rMJjIA.  A  T U  L  N,    P>    C.  ���-"ft*   !���  j:  ���������'!  7 K  ���i   J,  -' 5  . -1  fi  .. - - 7,??  V*\<-f  1  1  1  8  f"  J  f  [rripfj.tA,      *yrfavuHI*  ^'^^Si^i^^tesi^  '^SS^km&o^rfssssPii..  BSIOB ATUIN,    K.    C. SATURDAY. JANUARY.  5,   .'.901'.  The 'Atlin Claim.  I'lililislictl    every    Saturday   nioniinu   li.v  Till'.  AT UN  Gl.AlM    l'Ulll.lKIIIN'l Ol).  A. C. lllliKl.'lll'I'.l.ll. ISlllTOIt.  Oltlof of iiubliculiou Ppni'l St.  Ailvci'tisiuu' fillck niiidii known on ntiplicii-  tion.  ' '  Tin; subscription prico in $?i 11 yunr puv-  nble in nilviuti'c. No papi-.r will bo delivered  unions then; unurlitioiiK nve complied i\ ith.  To the. powerful arguments nf the  'coast press we humbly wish to add  our little mite-  No less an authority than the statistician of the San Francisco mint  accounts for $21,358,229 of Klondike aud Atlin Canadian gold, including a doubtful quantity from Nome  sand beaches, going to Frisco to be  coined ��� into eagles 11 )t sovereigns,  ��� and.we all cry " what an enormous trade goes with it to foreign  markets."  Tt is   an   axiom   that where the  gold goes, there also is most of the  ,' money, spent, and thereturn cargoes  '   from   American    ports    carried   in  American bottoms   proves  this   assertion .  ' Who in A tlin has not seen strongbox after strong box of gold, from  the, batiks here, going out ��� and  addressed to San Francisco and  Seattle. ��� And of the dozens of  men who'secreted and stealthily  carried their gold out of the camp  last fall, who can say aught but  lhat the majority of them sold it in  Seattle ��� and why? ��� simply because they could sell- direct "to. the  mint aud at the highest price. ���  Atlin has produced its two and one  half millions of gold. ( not such a  bad showing for a camp manipulated  with rockers, 12 foot boxes and an  occasional length of garden hose )  Attn- provided Ihe boxes, the screws  aud the buckskin bags too,' and  Seaule and Frisco "does the rest '  Witness, Canadian manufacturers  and vendors, that in these-two burgs  y:m can exchange ,3'our gold for  almost anything; a monitor, a stamp  .- mill or a good time, sore head and  empty pocket.  .'���'list think of it ��� Twenty one  milliov.s in 1900 and no Canadian  mint ��� For shame. Canada, for  shame. "  - ���  The ratio of increase for 1901 and  following years forbids calculation  at the hands of any scribe even that  of a paper lhat can hardly keep   up  'The following letter was received  by our Editor and shows how the  "kids" appreciate a treat.  The Editor Atlin Claim.  Dear. Sir,  What, was the very best thing of  the New Year? Why the four-in-hand  sleigh ride to Discovery and back of  course: So says this kid, so say all  of us..,  Talk about the Ball at the Grand  in Atlin. The dance at the Nugget  in Discovery. The Hockey match,  Carnival, fire works, Professor and  all, and they weresimyly not in it,  for,   ,  It was out of sight, 'mong ������  robes and hay';  Down   in  the  bottom of  that four horse shay.  Will we ever forget the little man  with the big'.heart,   that  contrived  and carried out this treat for  us; no  not much, 'notthiscenluryanyway'.  Shall we ever forget Mr. and Mrs.  Mc. Donald and Miss.   Mc. Donald  of "Pine" pie fame, for the  warmth  aud good cheer they provided?   We  boys say: No siree and we girls echo  Anitn.    Shall  we   forget    the  old  bachelors who played Tag and blind  mans   buff with   us,   who  put  us  through our musical drill and helped  us sing   our  Christmas  songs,   we  girls and boys say: Never, I would  like to tell more of ���  The glories ot the trip  and the  beauty of the moon,  ���    But my heart am so full I must  quit some soon.  One of the Kids.  3. H fraser $ Go.  SUCCESSOR!:'   TO  P. P. CO. First Street, Atlin.  For Staple & Fancy Groceries  PROVISIONS,  Tobaccos and Confectionery,  Prompt Attention to orders$*~Give us a call*  THE GRAND HOTEL  FINEST .EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    FA"iTn VTTTI^C  CONDUCTED IN  FIRST-CLASS  MANNER  French Restaurant .in Connection  Rick & Hastii*, Propkii'TOks;    David Hastik,  Managkr.  Corner of First and Discovery Streets.  Atlin Lake Lymfoer Co.  Rough and Dressed Lumber of all kinds  Hydraulic0 Lumber  F. T. Troughton  Managing Prop.'ie*.  THE RINK.  with 1 he demand for extras at 25 cts.   member of the   club  p��r co .;���*���".  We say, go it Vancouver, and  g- it-, Victoria ceo, even if you are  " agin the Government " , Atl'n  ought", to have the mint and you  both kn. w it. but as we can't supply the heavy machinery and grub  and luxuries and such like just now,  ai.d you can, and will too' ���  again we say -- pour in the hot shot  shot at Ottawa ��� get the mint, and  wc wil1 help you, but don't quarrel  ever :t -- - Gel i'.   -  Tlie Committee of the Hockey  and Skating Club met last Wednesday at the Bank of. B. N. A.  Prof. B-mies e.itered into'a contract  with Mr. Moffat, treasurer of the  club, to keep the rink'in good order  for the season.  In the future Prof. Barnes will  b* solely responsible to the club for  the eflicency  of the rink.  It is contemplated, in the near  future, as ��� soot, as the weather  moderates, to hold a carnival under  the patronage of the club which  doubtless will be well attended.  The efforts of.the club deserve the  suppoit of the public.  We are further requested to state  that any one desiring to become a  can d *��� so, by  subscribing to the fund, irrespective of the amount subscribed, Mr.  Moffat of the Bank of Commerce is  the treasurer.  Rot el Rtusell.        ���- *  Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars.  Pool and Billiards free,  Dixon, and Burton.   Pro|>*.  IU Druggists.  Fortin & Le Gappeliain have everything in  the Dt*ug & Patent Medicine line.  Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.  Rooms & Beds  Best Liquors & Cigars/  W. <J. SMITH,  AT THE PINK.  New Years  night  witnessed  the  A. NICKERSON  GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS  GOOD GOODS.  PROMPT SERVICE.  PRICES RIGHT.    '    ���  grand  Rink.  Prof. Barnes, according to former  announcement   inflated   the  numerous  hot  air   balloons   before the  : admiring and eager gaze of citizens  1 of Atlin, Unfortunately the majority  of the   aerial    sailers  came   to   an  untimely cud.    It his been told  us  that the first ascent was perfect, aud  itai   Arm, they intend ; this    success  is  attributed  to   the  presence aud supervision of one  of  our sky pilots.  Every one had a good time and  did not seem to realize that it was  10 below.  pyrotechnic  display  at the j   L.  L.  Tillman  OC L.O.  '.iT,EA.\Tfmvn,T,TC.  D: P. F. Sciuir-.ch tnidt ai.d  '���larrv Price are at the Gleaner  mine   on  working a gang of men all-V win-  v.'.t; we are infoimed that they have  shi'iped a quantity of ore to the  government assay office at .Van-  coin* e*.  DEALER IN PRODUCE  '     BOOKS. PERIODICALS. '  TOBACCOS, CIGARS, FRUIT.  CONFECTIONERY.  NOTARY PUHLIC.  OFFICE: Corner of Tliird uml Pearl Street,  Atlin, 1). C, opposite Government Buildings.  All kinds of iniiilnB pnper* made out   Suvanil ycui's' practical   experience.������  OF2ICG OF H. M's CUSTOMSv  QUICK LUNCH ROOM.-  Serves the Best 50 cent meals   in  the City 2 Fried Eggs includ- -  ed with all Meat and Fish  Orders, Oyster stew- and  Omelets a specialty.  Our coffee can't be surpassed.  ATLIN   -  COMMISSION CO.  Goods bought, sold and exchanged.  Upholstering ir all its branches.  Mattress factory.    Call on us.  J. D. Durie, Prop.   First Street, Atlin.  Vancouver General   Store.  CARRIES A FULL LINE OF  GENERAL MERCHANDISE  A. S. Cross & Co  1st. Street Atlin.  Y,il  9  - '���'���$  >'ii  -I  ���fig*  I  ���"���A%  m  ���   ��-*!-���  M  ���:0Mf  ���i&w  ..'���ffl*C  ' -w-will  v4p  ���till  ***  r'mi*  M,  '.V'-'iW  ���/it  KfftPBSsfl ^  \i  li-  l  il-  $h  i!  P.-'  ��� ATLIN,   B.   C,   SATURDAY,   JANUARY 3*.   igoi  MY FIRST VISIT TO A DANCE  HALL.'  ' I had been some years in the  West, but never till the winter of  *97-'98, when I happened to be in  Dawson, had lever seen that institution which is peculiar to the" West-a  Dance-hall. Possibly, from the  fact that my ' first, acquaintance  with this form of amusement  was iu a new aud thriving camp,  where so many men had leaped  from poverty to aflluence iu a few  hours; it made more , impression on  me than it would on an average per-  ' son who had spoilt the, charm of its  novelty in other and more straight-  laced communities.  I was going down the water front  one evening, ai.d attracted by  the music and sounds of jollification  within, I strolled into the saloon  from whence the laughter aiid mirth  issued.,. The door ope tied on a huge  bar-room, crowded with men,  amongst whom the ladies of Terpsichore wended their way seeking  partners; atintervals could be heard  a strident voice shouting,' "Now  for a nice dreamy waltz,". "Pick  out your partners ladies" ��� etc.  Soon the band struck up a fresh  air in the further room which was  set apart entirely .for the musicians  and dancers. As it happened, foi  some little time, the floor vacant;  with the exception of one couple,  so I had ample time to study them  without being distracted by other  attractions: An incongruous couple  they were too! The woman gorgeously attired in evening .dress,.  rouged aiid powdered up t.i the eyes,  vigorously chewing gum, a d  deporting herself in a manner  which was half 3rd class-- theatrical  and half that of circus, but not  ��� altogether without grace. On her  partner's head was* a broad-brimmed, broncho buster's hat. which  partly hid a serious, set and anxious  face; ou his back was what had once  been a sky-blue mackinaw with six  inch yellow checkers, but which  time and weather had so delapidated  vas to leave exposed in several places,  an i-separable companion of many  months, day or night,���a buckskin  shirt, polished as smooth.as ivory  and black as his, own sto\e; the  ground-work of his nether garments  was brown <anvas, but the seat had  been renovated with the bottom of  an old sardine" tin, and the space  covered with flour-sack patches  was greater than that ofthe original  canvas; he wore on one foot a moeli-  loch*a*'d on the other a wet-sodden  mocassin, which left at every siep'  a mark as if a dead flatfish had  lately reposed there: And all the  time he diligently .masticated the  stump of an execi able cigar that went  out perhaps a week ago, and per-  iormed the acrobatic feat of ejecting  ���a continuous stream of tabacco juice  over his partner'sleftshoulder. I was  fascinated, but soon the room filled,  I lost sight of my entertainers, and  gazing at the crowd, what had  been a novelty soon ceased to be  such and I went lume. But not to  sieep, for everlastingly through the  night I heard the droning of the  caller-off "Ladies in the centre"  "Swing your honey" and my imagination would persist in treating me ,  to unbidden kaleidoscopic views of  the evening's entertainment. --B. Y.  -������To thei uninitiated [ must explain a muchloch is a long s;al-hide  mocassin made by the Esquimaux  and North Coast Indians, and on  account' of its origin is always  accompanied by an odor which  would seem to be a combination of  the scents of a Si wash Ranchery  at salmon season and an over-ripe  Lim burg her. ,  GOOD NEWS FOR PINE.  There is a rumour, from , the  coast, to the effect that tlie Sunrise  Co. liave plenty of capital ahead,  and intend to commence vigorous  work on the properly early iu the  spring.  ���      W. P. & Y. ROUTE.  Mr, J. Francis Lee has been  appointed traffic manager for the  White Pass Yukon. Route, vice  Mr, "S. M. Irwin, resigned.  NOTICE.  In our next issue we will fjive an  account of the winter work being  clone, ou .Pine, Stevendyke aud  Gold Run. any special, information  must be in before Tuesday   next.  M     . " TBE  s  $   J. 3. Byrorrie _    ���  O . Temporary Premises Northern Hotel.  ���   For fine views,and Photos go to  M. ���. IjirscMekTs  Films, Plates, Etc. for sale.,  1st. and Pearl Streets.  Atlin B. C.  '"  OLIVE   .   .  BUILDER  AND  ESTIMATES   GIVEN -ON  ALL  KINDS OF WORK. '  PLANS AND SPECIFICA r  .     A   SPKCIAI/TY.  BRICKS FOR SALE.   .  ���pniSFTT? APTOiR      OFFICE:    Third Street, Atlin.  V-.V_/J.\   X -"-^-^-^ ���*- WXV NEXT TO CHURCH OF   I5NGLAND   .  FREE BOWLING ALLEY  ASSESSMENT   ACT   AND   PROVINCIAL  REVENUE   TAX     ACT.  ATLIN AND HBNNETT PIVIHIONS Of CASiSIA*'.  ���"yfOTICE    is   hereby; given, iii   iieeortliinei'  with the Statutes, that Provincial Ri've-  mie Tax and all taxes levied under the Assessment Act are now due for the yenr 10 1.  All tlipiihove-i amed taxi's collei'.ihh-'within  the A Min and Bennett Division* of Cassiar  are payuhle at my office, the Court Housi-,  Atlin     ���.>.---  Assessed taxes are collectible nt   the   following rates, viz. ; ���  If paid on or before June 80 th, 19i'l: ���  Three-fifths of one per cent.- on real  property.  Two and one-hulf per cent, on assessed  value of wild laud.  One-half of one per cent, on personal  property.  ON     INCOME.  " Ou so much of the income of any person as exceeds one thousand dollars in accordance with tlielfollowiiif* classifications;  upon such excess the rates shall be, namely;  " Class A. ��� On one thousand dollars, and  not exceeding ten thousand dollars, one per  cent, up to five thousand dollars, and two  percent, on the remainder:  " Class II. ��� Ou ten thousand dollars, and  not exceeding twenty thousand dollars,one  and one-half per cent, up to ten thousand  dollar*, uud two and one-half per cent, on  the remainder:  " Clrss C. ��� On twenty thousand dollars,  and not exceeding forty thousand dollars,  two and one-half per cent, up to twenty  thousand dollars, and three pet-cent, on the  remainder:  " Class D. ��� On all others in excess of  forty thousand dollars, three per cent, up  to forty thousand dollars, aud three ami  one-half per cont.ou the remainder. '*  If paid ou or ufter 1 st July, 1901:  Four-lifths of one per cent, on real property.  Three per cent, ou the assessed value  of wild land.  Three-fourths of one per cent, on personal property.  ON lM'OMK.  "Class A,��� Ou one thousand dollars, uud not  exceeding ten thousand dollars, one and  oiie-hulf per cent, up to five thousand dollars, uud two and one-half per cent, on the  remainder:  " Class B. ���Ou ten thousand dollars, and  not exceeding twenty thousand dollars, two  per cent, up to ten thousand dollars, aud  three per cent, ou the remainder:  ���' Class C. ��� On twenty thousand dollars,  and not exceeding forty thousand dollars,  three per cent, up to twenty thousand dollars, and three and one-half per cent, ou  the remainder:  ' Class 1). Ou all others iu excess of forty  thousand  dollars,   three   and   oue-hnlf   per  cent, up to forty thousand dollars, mid four  per cunt ou the remainder."  Provincial Revenue Tax, SS,(!0 per  capita.  J.D. GRAHAM.  Assessor aud Collector.  Atliu, January 1st. Will.  VENDOME BAR.  ATLIN B. C.  AtBin Lumber & Mining Co.  E. G.'Tennant    -    -���'     -   -    Manager  \ . '  Lumberio^ in all its Branches  Branch  Office at Pine.  ^^  C. DOELKER,  .    .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made   Sausage.  - Corner   First   and    Pearl   Streets.  G. K. Haybs.  J. G. COltNiSLL.  Discovery.  OPEN DAY  AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION.  Headquarters for liulmer & Parrott's stage.  T^IRKLAND HOTEL,  FIRST   STREET    ATLIN.  J.  KIRKLAND, - Manager.  First-class dining room  And Elegant Sleeping Rooms.  THE   TEPEE.  When on the Fant'il stop at  Reichen & Rothacher  Good Beds���Best Meals.  " ~ ULES EGGERT & SON.  Swiss  Watchmakers,  And   manufacturing jcwellrrs.  All kinds of nugget work executed �� ith      |  ticatnust and client eh.  First   nt.   next   lo Vuni ci.vrr Gi i < rn) !*tiir  Atlin  Laundry & Baths.  ' Corner Rant ik. Lake streets.  ' C: B. COFFIN Prop  ���-V-���  m  Canadian Bank...  ...of Commerce  Corner Second and Pearl Streets.  i  Gold Assayed,  Purchased or Taken on  Consignment.  Exchange sold on all the principal points in Europe, the United  States and Canada. PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Church of Hi.Kl.in.1 ncrvices will lm held  ., 'I,, Train.,,' nnd Third sWl* on Sun-  tlnv at 11 a. !����� Il1"'''-''^ '''',"' .        i    i    11  S, Andrew's Preshyt.Man Church huh1  prices iu the A. H. Hall, *'eo,,d St.-. ���  Mo.-nl.iK MM-vice at 11 even.LH wrmtU  SM,,'l..vS1.l,ooIa��th.-cl..M!ol   tl.c  r.M*rul..K  service.     Iti'V.-I. lJi*iMtr��-��. Mi"'"'''-,   Di:  anc  nig  <),.noltl,oh.'Star'"..W<��'  (*o...l   l-unlt " .��  n w,���ie���,niU:o..r or i.r.-Hd..t ����-o..i��. ����>��>��  tH'st-oh^iiH-Kirur  Mle....t.  al   Mie   ��'..."*.�����"���  Iluktiri.  Dr. C. Lewis 1<-"'ivt's Montreal for  here or. January roth., wc shall be  glad to welcome him back.  Mr?, Slcnhensou and children   fir-  rival in Victoria, alter a long 'siege,  of sickness at Port Simpson; we are  rlcasccl to be able to say  that  they  are better now.    The , thermometer  has perceptibly risen at the rectory.  Go to i'olev's lor Fresh Potatoes,  Turnip**. Canols,   Van snips.   Beets,  Fyc-H, r.iilter, -Cheese,' Salmon Bellies:!' Ladrador Herrings,   Cod   Irali  and Pickled Porh.  Prices right; give him si call.  Mr- D&vid Hastie the genial  and  popular proprietor of the  Grand  is  expecied in thi?> week.  Cassiar J��<* is managing thc  shooting galleiyat tbe "Kootenay';  .there are some great contests in  sight.  '    For   Giant    powder,    Cap:*,  and  Fuse go to Jimmy Regan'.     ���'  Mr Lavcrdiere came into town  ' on Wednesday from ihc South end  of the lake: he reports his 30ft t����"  nel full" of ice but will soon have it  clear again and be ready to continue  development on the great copper  depo''U.  Morning Service in St Andrew's  l-re-'bjtenan Church will, until further notice, begin af 11 a.m. instead  ot   '.c30.11.n1. .   .  ,.ossrs    iJixon  have leased  the  Bank   of Halifax  building   and' intend   opening  the*  finest aiid .best  equipped  hotel ,111  the north.  Mr. S. Mc Donald, of Vancouver, will be the manager and wc feel  sure that with this combination the  venture cannot fail to 1 e a success.  Vlostvn Williams, manager of  th= Allin Lake Co, operating on  Birch Creek, was married in London  lVc'sth last, and Mr.Pattison foreman  of the same company was also mar-  vied in Vancouver; only -Plumbe"  left now.  See cm*  bargains.  Making rcoiri for  larger stock.  Complete' ttne'in Gents Furnishing Boots and Shees.  "Prices to suit the times:  '       "  .First.St. Atlin.  ikk. Gn.ucsriu. Pi*o|>.  Wai.tkr Bi.AKiii JVigr  /<>. <j'- A  >���  THE C0URS1C OP truk LOVK.  Mr Jacob C. Anderson and Mrs.  Plorancc Lehy both-of Atlin were  married iu Skagway last ^lonth.  We are sory to hear that the honeymoon ended almost before it began  and the ladv Sought fresh fields and  pastures new with another Atlimte;  we sympathy with .Mr.  Anderson.  A RAi-tfv OPPORTUNITY.  A. C. Hirschfeld is closing out  his immense slock' of' photographs  and photo supplies.- Come early and  secure a good collection of views,  over one thousand negatives to  choose from. No reasonable ofier  refused.  NOTICE is hereby -riven thai in ono .i-o.it 1.  from date I intend ��PI��Iy����l* ���� th* C1"ff  Coninii-sioncr of Land, and Works, J -etnr.a  Tl.C, to purchase Nacres <>, la... In: t l.��  mouth of Hear Creek west side of ,the Ch 1  cat. Tliver, District of Cassiar, 80 el.a.ns Ion*  |,v 40 chains wide, initial post 1. on an ��I..��*J  intheChilkntKiver. ,n,t,.l.��r  Dated  this   sixteenth  day  ofOetob.fi.  igr>0, at Bear Creek tl. C.  .    .T0I1VI IRVINO,  Loeator.'  Finest  Wines,-Liquors  and   Cigars.  Funnshed'-'Rooms.by the Day,. :/'���  ���''������;���,:���''',,.���'     "'Week or Month;  ML f O .1 ��� If  ��  "    Importer  of General' Merchandise  Miners Supplies     .-:  OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET   ATLIN   B.   C   6o i-.aii"' of all   wool   fclai kets  old price.    Jimmy Regan's  nt  NI'TICli is hereby -ivrutlmt in one raout.i  from date I intend applying to CWrf Cojn-  nii-sioner of Land, and WopUi.\ .ctori. B.O..  to purchase''20 acre* of land, situate at the  ,���o..tl. of Hear Creek, DMnrt of C-s-.a,,  Il C,. 80 chains in length hy 40 chain.. *' "l';.  Tl,e said iund it -'tuute on the ha.*,  side of the C'.iilcat Kiver: Commenei.-S f''��m  '.,'eur mouth Hear Cre^k, initial po>t is on ��"  i.lttiidiutheCUilcatUiver.  Dated thi? 8th., day  of Oetoh.r.  IPOO. *t  KOHI'-'tT PATRICK,  | Loeator.  Mr J. St.  Clair Blackett goes out!     ._. * - -     - - ---  to tin: ro&.-t on Monday for a short j notice  Notice is hcrehy.riven that an application  ��� ill be made to thc Legislative Assembly of  the Province of British Columlna, at Us  ���PXt session,for .."Act to ineorporateacom-  ���,"... v with powertoconstruct. equip,operate  and'niaintaiu araihvnyof standard or iiar-  I ......v-uasr'-to he operated by steam.eleetric.ty  S or anv other motive power, for the carry...*  1 of ������i.^en-ersand freip-l.t. from a point "t or  ���,.���,. the junction of th- Chileat and horn."  River: tl.enee westerly nlonp tne hlnh.'..  River and nor'.herly in the' pe..er..I direction of the Palton Trail, some point not less  than' five miles from the Provincial boundary  in the Dist riot of Cassiar, Province aforesaid:  H���d build and operate tvo.inva.va in   com.ee-  FINE  JOB  AT  THE  BR'  :0WNLEE k IIW:RY  .1.51. Rrownloc, P. t. S., 0.1.  .C. Uwry.A. H.l.f. T..  ���PRINTINC  (Civii and Hydi-auKc Engineers,  Land Surveyors.  Peaki-.Struht, Atlin, B. ,C.  IRE  CLAIM.  ���     ^DI-iCOVKRV, 13. C.  When you come to Discovery take"  sheilcr under tlie tre'.-.  .Finest of-liquor.--.  .Good stabling.  bush::*'"*' trip.  A hand of Teslin Indians came  i-u'n A 'liti ��nd disposed of a quanti-  VyiiffuntoJ. St. Clair Wackett &  Co.    "  BATHS  ;;AR!iKR  ^T-  ���iOP  I  I*. LINK l'rop.  riow occupy their nc-.v  qiinrtor* next  to the Ha*.i4i of B. N. A�� I''"''-*- Slrert.  ,i- b'.ith rooms ale r-i.iiftll.v as si.od n��i found  cities.   Piivnto  I'litranee for ladies. .'.  .:*  thr  uirkey sho  ���'North tin'  ���t   will, be  held   at  i.c-iniiht-  Tom -Unciicliff i* in Atlin agaip;  t!-- Gold--'' Gate .-Rcti-l House will  he one'-1. -iext w��c.  Bcj1> LJi-xon is going out to Cari-  l..oi; for a load of- freight for the  Nirnrfs-: Sys dicatc;he will lie accom-  J.ai-icd by Dr. Troughlon.  Vv  !'.   Uidd and Mrs.   Ridd en-  terr-lir.f-.'. a iVv or their friends  to a  pac�� of Vhisl on Thursday Jan .3rd.  it bsiui; the second anniversary of  ���f their we-'ding.  '*?  -%  r>ui*ir.'*- the last century 400 hu-  ma-i lives. ^25.000,000. and =00  j,-,-.���,--.',-mv-c been lost in fruitless ef-  \n'l. .0 ��i:id the >"ortli Pur.  Tit Bits.  ���-.. -J-.. Cicsr is f'.AiHg up '"is store  ��..dnukiii'?S��'-*-'tinlcn)ali5npr0VC'  ���,e���;d.    r.eaniicipatLsqmic-nrufh  0!' In i.'.lii.'i-S.  Our liditor will be in discovery  .nest week.,.  , wh-irveMinil iloelts in  < etion therewith  I nnd ��ith pov.ertobi.iM necpiire. ow... equip  and mainlaiu steam and other ve~.,l. k'��1  l-oats. and operate the same on any navurable  w ltei's��it!.intl.cri-ovi...'e:a..dwithi.o^erto  build, eniiip operate and mnint.ilii tele-rrnn i ,  n.,d flephoiiP lines   In (O.i.ieetioii with Lie  said .Milwayan.l l.r.tnci.es: and   to generate |  elcetricitv for supply ..rH-rl.M.rul and power, and for all a.. I every other purpose iiien-  ,ionedinSeetion^".SLM,a.1dN'.orthe'^ate.'  Clauses Consolidation Act, 1S.97. " nnd to do  everythi.ifr ..ecessary a..d incidental lo the  earn i.ifl out of .ill or any of the objects ref-  ���Vrrcdtoinll.es.i-d sections; and to build.  ����� n aud maintain sHW-milU: and n-.tl. ).o-.v.'r  -.��� ,.x,....|,ri:.tc- lands l,.r t he pull - ������'   ��� l'" ,  j ,.,.|.-piui%.     mi"   '"    ��"l"'l*''   l'"lr���",���    ' -'"������  !:���.i,||,.,r..B or ol)..-r aids from j.-y li-.v^r... ,  '.me..!, munbipnl en. , oi'Mi.-u or oiher  ,,,.,'son or l.oili.'sai.id to levr and collect lolls  from all parties iisin-.' and on all fre-frht p:vJ-  sin-over. r.i'.v such rtinds, railways, ^a.n-  "���'.,ys lerriei, w l.nrves and vessels owuedor  operated hy the company and with power to  maUe traffie or other arru.iKcmpnitu ivilh  railwav, steambu.it or other eon.pan.es: and  lor all other usual, nece.ssary or .ne.dentnl  rUhl,', powers or privelefres in tl...t behalf.  Dated at the City of Victoria K: O thw 1Mb.  div of October. W, ':������r^.  JOHN    iUVINO.  ^ A  sr  ^ * ^^AAAAA* ,^-^-VvVVVV^^rVVV^VsA^^i^^  Thp. =  T  n =  ritisli = North * America  PAID  UP  PAPITAV    -     -  KESBRVK  HJKD     -     - "(  '-  r^rr      o r-iMMPiiis I aue, Lombard .Street, ii. t���  Loudon Office. 3 Clements Lane,   ^ ^^ ^ ^^      Montreal.  M    Stikkman, General   Manager.  ,      ���    ,11 ii.p ���rMioi-"il cities of Canada, aud agents in New York,  13ranches ,u a^     ;e p,;nc        ^ ^^ chicag0i Elc,  San,ranc,scc,^^c^^^^^Ms^B     ;    ..    ,;.;.  '.���*-&  i  $M  m  ' *&*&  l'->$K  ���"-'%&  m

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