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 7  -^  I  i'i  ii  ill's  .��  y���4  I % 1  I I \!  ')L.  ATLIN, B. C, SATURDAY.  JANUARY   24.  N03.  NO.  iSa!  0?��Mf!C SOCIETY  PiO.'kn-c,  2 a    Very  Performance.  Creditable  Tlio Initial EiToi'ts.oi" tho Sooioty  F.ully AiipvcclatGd hy a  Bumper House.  The promises hold oui for the  operatic entertainment, whi'.-h was  given last night before a bumper  house, weie fully- carried out. ,A  I 11*-p 11 1 ii'iji* of Discovery friends  e.ime. elowu 10 v\ iti-o-'s tlie performance. The full house, frequent  nnd yexerous nppluti>e should he n  siiuiulani for the Operatic Society  to greater deeds.  The evening's programme con-  si-*te:l of the io'.lowiii," :  i. Choial Selection, by the Society, "Come Where The Lillies  Ulooui." 2. Coinmcdietta (by John  Madison Morton), "Taken .From  The _ French," with the following  Dramatis Pcrsonae : Sir" Felix I'rit-  terly. Mr. H. E. Sy'nimons; Arthur  Valiance, Mr. F. M. N. Woods;  Colonel Cusey, Mr. W. P. Grant;  Lady Fritterly, Mrs. Costigan;  Myrtle Vine, Mrs. Krr.-.t. 3. Cantata (by Gilli-iit .&. Sullivan).  "Trial by Jury," with a Dramatis  I'cr-siv-a;* cj-isi-iting of: Judge, Mr.  II. ii. oynr.iion.s; iMainiiff, Mrs.'  Co .lig.in ;' Counsel for Plaintiff,  Mr. F: L. !rte;>he*.;s:ni; Defendant,  Mr. J. D. Lumsden ; Foreman of  the -Jury, Mr. W. H. T. Olive;  Usher, Mr. W. P. Grant ; Brides-  m lids, Mrs. Stephens.-):-, .Mrs.  Rant, Mrs. BlaekUt, Mi-* Miller;  Jurymen. Mr. \\ . 5. T.-wi-j, Mr.  Herb? t Yo'.mg. .Mr. J. \V.l!i,ini'-. i  M i-i -il Di**ee".or. ��� Mrs. ���!���:. M. N.  ;.Vd i.U, i-'ianiit, Mr. F. (I. Ashton,  II-iu. vSjcret try-Treasurer, Mr. H.  Yo nig.  The performances were very well  -carried out and -lbs - manner 'in  which each, carried oui iiis or her  part innkcs one t-.lt.k ;h.--l Atliu is  by I'd ine.ms eiovo'd of -a'eiil, i.iut  U u it o'i ly re -pi;-(.���-: the. aid of  siicli a soctcty'as dial of the Atlin  Operatic Society to biiug it to  the front. A full repoit of the  evening's enlerlainineiit will be  ���'ive.. next week.  To Travel in State.  Mrs. Mary E. Hitchcock, writing from New York, under d-.ite ol"  the 201 h ullo.'says ;  " I have had so nv.ir.y lecture cn-  gagoiuenis thai I wns o'->lig*cd lo  move lo New York aiid have b^eu  travelling every day and lecturing  every night with such good effect  lhat I liave had hundreds of applications from wealthy'tourists in  my many" audiences to make up a  parly for Skagway and take ' them  into tlie Atlin aud Dnw.suii goli  fields next June. One of the railroads has offered me a private c.ii  for every parly of eighteen."  IN TiiE INT��KE:ST11OF LABOR  T.i .:>itis.\ 111 c- im,.<ls e)f main  oflhevotcis of the di'sliict who  ..re in doubl as 'lo tlie Libera:  Cand.dale's ���..Mr. Macpheisou ���  views on the Oriented labor tines-  lion, the following telegrams will  make Ihcm easy :  ,.<. G. Mac-iln-rsoi., Vancouver,  " W'iie hi icily your siauel on the  Oriental Labour question, '���    '  J. Lv.irkl.t11d, lJi*es. Liberal,  t-    Association.  /.. ICiikland; Atlin. ,  A111   in   favor   toted exclusion of  hiOiiei'tals   :ii,el   if  elected isill force  FBOM DAWSON.  ih. 4 leslion loan iiM-eirrespectb c  o; pa: lyoi co:"-equencc. . .  R. G. Mucpliersoii.  Vancouver, J any. 19th, 1992.  in Ui)ien There is"Stren<  JLSU  9  An Important Mining'Organization is Formed in" Victoria,  Thc Province Fully Represented,'  Province; with the result, that the  British Columbia Mining Association has been organized and several very enthusiastic meetings iiuve  been held. An executive com inii-  tee of fifteen has been appointed, ol"  whom Messrs. Griffiths, Stables,  Fetherstoiihaugh and Browulee are  the representatives of Atlin. A.  C. Hirschfeld is here and is organizer with R. B. Skinrer in Vancouver. Local or.gaij"r.itioiis are now  b;ing formed throughout the Province, and these, it is expected,  will send delegates to Victori-i to  be present at the general com en-  don to be held on the 26th inft.  Any of the representatives from  Atliu who are now here are available as delegates and your district  is at liberty to send furthar delegates if it so deems advisable, but  al Atlin's expense.  The objects of the Association  are  verv   broad   and   conirrelien-  Special Despatch to The Claim.--| sibk. The ablest men in the Pn.-  VlCTORiA, B.C., Jan. 17th.���The.i vincc, engaged in the mining ir-  outcomeofa stro'.'.g Atlin couliu-. dustry, claim-it to be l lie .strorgc-t  gent of mining men coming to VJc-j organization ever promoted in Brii-  toria has been that  they have been [ ish Columbia.  joined by  delegates  from Cari'nop, 1     Xeedcd   legislation   and reform:-  Kootenay   and    oilier   parts of the; in   ��� lkv.-er,   hydraulic,   luelaliferons  and coal raining  are   ihe   principal  objects sought 10 be obtained. '  JI i-> eitinrilvd I'.iai tlicie will be  al lean 500 dele-gales at -the foiuli-  comirg convention. All'ni should  be fully represented as il has already 'been at preliminary mee'.-  'ings.��� H. Morliniei Lamb,  Secretary.  [Il is unfortunate that this despatch did not reach us in lime for-  l..s! week's issue so that miners in  sympathy with this organization  could have been enabled to have  f-dor.'-ed tl.c ge- eral nrii.ciplcs ol  Ihe Associ:.tion. an<l also ol  strengthening   its   usefulness     b\  Labelle ' and' Fcurnier   Pay  the Penalty.  The New Governor of tho, Yukon,  I?.   P.   McLennan    Dawson's  *    Mayor. . .  Dawson*, Jan. 20���Labelle' and  Fournie-r were1 hanged here this  morniug'af 7.-45.' I-iolh men confessed and stated that they justly  deserved . the sentence of death  passed upon them.  Fred T. Congdon, Crown Prosecutor for the Yukon Ireritoiy, will  succeed Hon. J. H. Ross, as Governor of the Yukon. The next issue ofthe Official Gazette will con-  lain notice ofthe Order in Council,  Mr. Congdon was a prominent  supporter of ihe Laurier Government before he went to the Yukon.  ihe appointment of delegates.    ."  We anticipate a life of activity  and. extreme usefulness for ihe  British-Columbia Mining Ass.cin-  tioii, which, in our opinion, was  not f"-nned a day too soon. The  operatirns of the Association will  be waicheel with keen interest.]  The Li.:c:*ice   Commissioners.  Tlie m.^1 ing of ihc Licence Coiii-  tiiivsioucrs "all d ,"���.>.- it ���'I Monday  evening was i.idj."i:iitc:ly postpiued,  pending the receipt frc'-iu Victoria  ofthe peisonnel of the appointment of a Board for 1*903. Information from head quarters is expected  on the first incoming mail. The  applications for hotel licences from  A. L- Curlarno, the 13, C. Hotel,  Discovery, and J. .'Parkinson's Ror.d  House' tit Titles, are awaiting the  decision of the new Board.  To Improve the Service.  It is said that in view of the  many delays in tlie service ofthe  Dominion Telegraph Department,  owing lo breaks in the wire between Ashcroft and Atlin, it is the  i*.tendon of the Department \o en-  eleavor to obviate these frequent interruptions by the use of insulated  cables. These cables will be laid  on the ground and, it is expected,  will remain intact under the most  exacting conditions, without any  special protection. Tlie work of  laying the cable section of the line.  will probably be commenced as  soon as the snow begins lo leave  the ground.    Some forty miles  of  On -New Year's night Dawson  was visited by a disastrous fire.  The fire stalled in .the Goodwin  Hotel, 011 Second avenue, "near  Ouecu sircct. By the time the fire  was.got under control half a dozen  buildings . had been reduced- to  '���mouldering' ruins. A temperature  of 45 below greatly impeded the  work of the firemen and volunteers.  The loss is escimatcd at between  $5o,oco and Sco,cuo.  \Ye note among the members of  the new Yukon Council for the  c.uient year llic name of our olfi.  autl esteemed, friend, Rev.. Jolin  Priuele.  R. P. McLennan, the big Dawson hardware merchant, has beer,  elected A'la\ or of Dawson.  this cable' is said   lo  he in.Vancouver LOW.  For a stretch of more than 4C0  miles die Ashcroft���Yukon telegraph line, between Hazelton and  .'agi-"h. runs through a wild mountainous conntr\, di filer.! t of access  mel in winter liable to snow slides,  which render the maintenance of  tlie line .ilmosl impossible. Fre-  l ie illy p des and wires are buried'  under twenty feet of snow. At  other dints gales of win-d sweep  over'"the .tract, upr.yo'liiig trees,  which fall across die wires and  disrupt the/line. During-the late  ���fall and this winter, breaks were so  frequent lhat some change became  uticessarv.       .  A Wanderer ''-Returns.  Robert McKee, -a-n Atliu pioneer,  returned iroin a six months' pro-  snectijig trip on Tuesday afternoon,  Hi-s --eturir with his jsarty was'  earlier than intended owing to an  iccidenl l<- Joli.n Morgan,-.one 'Of  die party, who had to be brought  iii to Atlin for. treatment. A tree  fell upon Morgan .some days .ago,  severely bruising him. He is progressing favorably .al thc Atlin  Hospital.  McK-ee and his parly have 'been  located near the head-waters of the  O'Donucl river, .but 'our representative has b^cn unable to interview  Mir. MclCee since his return as to  what success he and his party have  ���met wilb. Mr.. McKee has been  under tbe weather for the last six  weeks aixl is now enjoying the  co in'foils of civilization.  The first of the ��easoii's-crop'o��  oranire's at K. L. Pillman &'-C&."s.  .,'.:.-:':-:-.'"':.i'..'.-."   ���:���>>:������ ::;������.������ .���,,.���:���;.���:���.';. ,-.ij'\'.-.���;���.   .   ���.    *** "^TT ������������~~��  kii:-v/.i-ii.i!-,r'i,j-.a��'M.*r^i*^aSiM'Jw^ ATL1X/   H.   p.,    SATURDAY.    jAiNUAKY 24.  14103  The Atlin Claim..  ' PiiIiIIhIiciI    livery    t'litimlity   inoruiiiu   h".  T'.IK ATMS O1..1ISI   l>l'iil,>MHNi: ("ii.  A.(!. lltllB0lll-l3MI,   I'ilOIM.'IKTl.K.  31. Tonu l.i-.EK. JliiNAeiiNr,  1'niroii  Oflici: <>r iiiililiciilion Pciirl S .. Atlin. It. ('.  Ailvi>i*tihiii*r   Itiitcs :  '$l.lill   m-i'  111M1. nic-li  insertion.    1'i'liclhlL' iUJtlri>��, 2*i   cents n Ii�����*���-  Siwciiil Contract liutus on ii|i|ilii'Hiii>ii.  Tin) siilisi'i'tpt inn prii'i' in ��.*> n yi'i'i- im.v-  aljlo in ailvanor. No |upr*r u ill In1 tl<.|i\��M'r.l  union.; t Ii'ik rnriilit'mn i^ co'inilicl will..  Saturday, January 2.-."'ii   100,1,  That ".Atlin " has assumed a  position of importance among the  mining districts ofthe Province is  well borne out by the influence it  has had in the organization of the  British Clurabia Mining Association, noliee ol the incorporation of  which may be seen on the previous  page.  The incorporation 61" such an association at ihis time, especially as'  ,it will be representative of every  phase of the mining industry, will  be of inestimable value to the Province, ar.d there is no doubt its representations to the Government  will be such that lhat august assembly will cease the slaughter of  the geese that lay the golden eggs.  Needed reforms will b= imiressivc-  ly brought lo the attention of the  Legislature and the organization  will undoubtedly be able to msisr  that the mining "interests ofthe  Province of' British Columbia���  which, by the way, is one of ihe  best and most reliable assets the  Province has���have full recognition  at the hands ofthe Government for  its advancement.  ATLIN'STREADW*  WIU'  So  the   Bonanza   Group   is  Described.  i'he Mineral Show ink' on thc Ruby  ."Divides has Promise of a I'i eh  t  Mine.  as  And All Kinds of Jewellery iVIanuL-iCiuved'on the Fmi iscs.  jEfHiT"    Why send out when \ ou can gel guodn a-, cheap here?  WatGltBS Traift ,;3' '������.<.%   f'txta Lime &s Saavettir fecctis.  JULES EfiGERT k SON, II.:; Swiss Watttak-fs.  T H H    K O OTH K AY    H O'TliL.  In a political campaign the:e are  three requisite essentials which  should be carefully considered in  recording your vote. These tire :  the "man," the " political pAriy."  and "the welfare of the constituency." In selecting your candidate, or rather, in supporting \our  catiditate, - you cannot co-.isciei-  ci'ously overlook any of these essentials. ���   -  The present campaign in Burrard offers no exception to the  rule except. perhaps, that-  a decision in this case is easier ai-  rived at. because there is only one  political party represented a��-cl two  candidates in the field, Macpher-  son and Mel lines���Liberal and Independent. Chris. Foley, a supposed Labor man, received a nomination on Tuesday, but he doesn't  count  iu  the   present argument���  he was  brought   forward   by a few  The  quartz  claims   which  wciv  staked b} Lucas aud  associ de* 01.  the di'. idc   between    Boulder  and  Ruby creeks   give promise of great  flings this  coming' season.    Samples which were sent   out for treatment by the last boat, last November, have shown that die rock runs  up high  in   values   iu   free   gold,  much .higher,   i.i    fact,   than   the  o-.vi ers looked   for.     Unless we are  mi-tin formed the property, with the  expenditure  of  eery   little money,  can be   maele   one   of   the  greatest  ���produceis iu  ll e 'country, if not in  the Province.    The ore b..dy is immense  ai.d ihe ore ctu be virtually  tjnarried.    There   is   abundance of  'water   iu   the   immediate  viciniu  either   for  milling   or   power- pnr-��  poses, and a w igo .    10 id   for   the  traiii'porlation of supplies and 111a-  chiueiy will   cost  very little.    Intensive developments   will  soon be  commenced anei   we look   for glowing results.  The following report of the property was made by a well known  aud thoroughly experienced ��� miner  who carefully examined die ground  last October:  ���'"The Bonanza group of mineral  claims,   owned   by   Messrs. Lucas,  Dunham   &   Mav,   is situated five  miles   fiom   the   mouth   of Ruby  creek, in   the Allin distiict, and is  composed   of   three   claims,    viz.:  The 'Little  Joe'   ' Bonanza '   and  the ' Golden King,-' all   full  claims  1500 feel square or over 150 acres.  The ledge, which is free   milling  gold quartz, crops out about   three  qiiartcis   (-fa'mile   vest   of   Ruby  creek, on Ihst Little Joe. where it is  over a thousand   feel wide.     Ii can  he distinctl-v traced throughout the  length of the   other   two   claims.  There have  b2eu   four different assays taken of rock from this ledge ;  the sample- taken were taken with  the view of   getting,   as   nearly as  possible, the average   value   of the  body, and they ranged from $22 to  $108 in gold.  ���'The   propertv   lies  01  a  o  I  V  Cor  George E. Hayea, Propi ieior  El K.ST   AND   TrAINOK  Vl'KI'l.'TS.  Tliis First Ono* Hotel Ima been l-.n o.lrlrl .1111! "i-fi.r   u'.iml t !n-uii^lii<iil  , mid oili.'i'K tlio Item iiwmiiiiutliit in. to 1 i-ansii-nt nr I Vi'muncni  Gimsts. ��� A nii'.i'iciiii uml Knroiirnn pliui.  Fittest Wines, Lictmars and Oi��:irs.  .  Billiards    and". Pool.'  ���><>O<>O^��!>^O<>OOl>*O<'O*.:>0O*'X,t>Oi' ��0��0*C,*0*v'>'>*0*C-*���;���*������.���<'���  0  '���:���������'.  THE   GOLD " HO  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  3  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Month.  The Best of Liquors ar.d Cigars'always in  Slot k. ���  Pine stable in con  uection with the House. <  AMERICAN    AND    EUROPEAN     PLAN.'  THK.   WHITE   -PA^S  ROUTE.  a     YUKON  u"elay..   he'." ev-  :n''d iutei uiei'liiiic  Passenger and Express Service, Paib (ese-e i  Skagway. Log Cabin.' Bennett. Car.b.m, V. : iu* H-i  noiuts, making closeconi'ccti-.u.- will- <u 1 '���*. 1; :���.'���:'we l* til V I i v'l'tri-e  for Dawson and Yukon points, and al Laiibou for Atlin e\eiy "fuc.-ela.-  aiid Friday; Returning, lea\'e Atliu evc*,y Monday and Thuis-day.  . Telegraph Service to fkngwa"*.     Express' matter   will   be received  for shipment to and fr< m all t'oiuts in Canada and the United Slates.  For information relative lo Passergtr. Picij-'lit, Te'legra- 1*, or Fx* rc-ss  Rates apply to any Agent of the Coin 1 an \ en* to  1.   F.   I.EK  Traffic Manager. Skagvay.  fim tree fiotel.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling  I'd. Sands, Proprietor.  OT^      BATHS  o   1\.   BARBERS  SHOP  G. H. FOKI1        Prop.  N01V oecnjiy tln'ir nrw  ciiiui'tei's iip.m  to tlio Hunk uf li. N. A.. I'ir-il Stri'Mt  The hath rnoni'-iti-f. r(im:ll.v iij ^diii! a- t'.ni  in   ultios.    Privnti*   Ki.Ti-nyit-H f.tr H��'l''***.  O. K. II.<YHS.  ii.  .}. <i. e'onvi'.i.l..  Discovery.  OPICN  DAY  AND   MGI-IT  PI RST-CLASS KP;.STA U R A NT  IN  CONNECTION. '  f le*tt<li|U��i tn-r*.   i��ir   Hf.' V  TSie Canadian Bank oi Commerce.  discontented Liberals :u:d i> 1:01 endorsed by the great   Labor party of  the district.    The  choice,   then,  s  easy, and in naming the success!" 1  candidate,   Mr. K. G. Macpherson.  tbe three   requisite   essentials  are  am,��ly forthcoming.  Mr. Macpherson is a man agai:i>t  whom no one can bring the tongue  of reproach.    He   is  young, energetic, and, in entering the political  arena, he  does  sv> to m.ike a iiame  for liinnelf.    He is a life-long Liberal, and formed   the   first  Liberal  Association on the Mainlafd.    He  is a supporter ot the present admit:-,! tjcj ,ale lnat   UpX[  istratiou���cue, by the   way. which  has given Canada  the greatest prosperity she ever bad���and he there  fore has the ear of the Government  on behalt of his coustituenc3\  a large  mountain, breaking'iff to the south  si le, where there are millions of  tons of ore King exposed to the  weather and it till s'.riws free gold.  The ledge itself is ex; osed on the  fool wall by a creek, tributary lo  Ruby;  ' R lby creek, which   i<- about 12  miles long, has a ���'.iffi..'ienl \ olnme  of water and   fall   to   run all necessary   machinery.    This  creek   lias  contributed   less gold'in   proportion to the amount of development  woik done than any otlier creek in  tlie distiict, but  it   is safe  to  an-  season "/ill see  a great  deal   of work and a larger  yield   in   proportion.    The   placer  gold  of the creek  carries considerable quartz, which, without doubt, I  CAPITA 1.    PAID  REJIiKVK,   $;  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  UP    $.S,e:oo,ooo.  ,500,000.  San Francisco.  Portland,  Skayway. etc.  ExcfcaFttfc s*-sj'Ars' on all Pointx.  Goi.n Dust Pui-chasm-  A.SSAV   Ol-'KICK   i\-   Ce-NM-.CTIi.N.  D.   ROSS,  Manager.  THE ROYAL  61 ��:  S Hii?  ���t't"  IS���:a  t-.  r  E.   hOSSELLI,   Pri>ppiot<jp.  Corner Pearl and 57irst Ktruttts, Atlin,   ��^��   FIRST   CLA.ES   F.SS.T ALT A'^-T    IN   CONKECTIOM.  ciioitrtsr wr.ts, i:*-i,cr and ck-am*���caw v,(wn- \ ���5*��'r; 1 ���-1  Hyd rem 1 ic    IS i > n I rt g  ���5'.^*-  ���<-l)��^  ssB-ievry��  HYDRAULIC:   GIANTS,    WATER    GATES,  : AKGLE    S'l'l'ia.    RH'Pl.KS ''..'&  HYDRAITU;     RIN'l'TEI)  'Fumpfog . li   Koisihtg .. 3V2$;<B.Sf��ss&rym  .I'll E  Estimates fnri ished  <*m'application ���.  The- VaRccHver EfigiBceriFg'W^tb.  , . .     Vancouvick,  c.  A. C.-Hirschifld, Agent, Atlin, E. C. , ��  &  ,ATLIN,   ii. C,  fSATXJRDAV,  JANUARY 24,  tfjnj  p.  can   giye   You   as Good Value for -jour CASH as "GrOCefleS9 PrOViSlOHS, ��"fcC-.  *���*       an/ House in Town.  I>jf   as   with It .ana   see." ,.(riant   Powder  on   hand.'  ���% JL fraser.$ Co. ��� -' ���'  ���ro   THE   ���  Electors of, the Allin.. Division,  of Cassiar' District  Gkntucmkn : ,,  '"' I   beg   to  aniioiince lhat I have received the mi-  inimous nominal ion of the Liberal Party   foi' the foilli-eorxing Hyc-  Klecii jii foi" Huriard district.  Thu Conseiv.ilive l'.'irty, in Convention assembled, has definitely  .lecieled'nol to place'a member ol   their Party in the field iu opposi-  .)"., recot'jiisiug   li c   f: et that tlie needs of the Disirie I .';���- a whole  ..'ill   r::.:.':vo  more  ,'iv.i a)*1:  ctii-'idei'alion  at  the  preseiit'time l>y  _��� eliug' ;t supporter of ilic'Laurcr aelitiinislrnlion to Oilawa.  [ therefore  rejpe.'lf iMy  .'.>ii..'il  the   Conservative, a:"   well as the  .ibiial support on Eleciion day.  f extremely regret [bat the ,'shortness of time at my disposal p:c-  iuls me from visi'ing till sections of this large District, and its Allin  ,ap .ens lo be one of the, mosi   isolated, I shall have lo forego thi.-  .leasure as well as duly at this time. .  I   shall, however, if elccieii  lo myself the   honour of visiting all   parts oi the constituency aflei  die closeof the next Session  of Parliament, and Allin will be one  of the first to   receive  consideralion   in   this   respect,   when I will  lave  the   ppportuiiify of personally ascertaining the needs and re-  (uiremenls of your important   District,   and with this end in view  I will   use   my best  efforts   towards  securing  the  necessary legb-  i'llion at the earliest possible dale.  As I have already staled, Burrard is 'a very.large and scattered  District and requires close personal inspection. I hereby pledge-  myself to give as faithful service to the outlying section's a;; lo tin.  larger ce* ters of population, a: d I will also yee that each secti i-  gets the protection and ',pa!:oi*.'.i'o m which it is locally entil"'. <���  -vieculh in all that affect-* Us labor.i'*terests.  With the    ledt-e of .ii"-  br��--i   effer's   if   yen r inleresls, T have -*.'���  he-i'.at'o" is ;"-k:! <;tl.e- '��� ���'.������ii*- e*r -.������-?������ ;*ii\ c support ofthe Liberal'  Cnuservalives -to du* ' aboi   .arty on Eleciion day.  I have the h'niour '.o be, Gentlemen,  '   Your obedient Servai t,  R. G. Macphkrson.  Vancouvkk, H. C, January 2nd, 1902.  ~** ************* *�� #-�������������* *������*-*���*���*-*-<����������� <������<  \\ it ll poller   til I'KII .1 I'llCi.   IK'llllil'l"     UWII     llllll  mil i Ei I ti i 1 wluirvr-, uml ilcicl �� i.i co nee''on  Lii'iMA ith: un I to iiiiisti-iu'l, own. iii'iiniri',  rqui|i mi.I iiuiiiitiiin stuum mid other vcsm-Is  anil hunt-, uml operate tlie same on ',u..v  niivi,julil|. waters: and to no.ml met, up-  er.iic (mil iiiiiintiiiii tcl.vrni'li and leli'l'linni!  lilies nlrnij the rout cii of-aid I'uilnay uml  it>. Iii'iincln.-.o!' iu conni-clion Hii'i'cw i I li, nnd  lotr.itir.iiii: iiie-va _���������,. I'1"' coninn.ri'iiil |iur-  pu.-u-s, ii ol lo roll.'.:l toll, therefor : and lo  aciliiiiv iin.l rij'.-i'iv,' I'i-oiii nny <'overnun;nt,  roi'lioi'iitioii. or iii'1'.-.on-', i.'i'iinls nf IiiikI.  rights of IVII.V. IIKHII'.V. llOllllnl!-', privili-{*��'H  or in In-r nssi ^1 unci' in uiil of tin1 roust met ion  ol th!' Oo.npuiiy'i iiiifU'i'iiikinv, ami to unii-  uuu't Willi ami lo outer into trull ie or ' ot hor  iii'i'iiiiKUiiiuiits with riiiluiiy. steamboat, or  other uoinimiiir'H, anil for nil rights, powers  anil privileges uoi:e-.Kiiry,'usiiul or iueidcii-  lal lo all or any of tlie aforesaid purposes.  Dated thisilrd iluy of December, A. n.l'.Kit!.  Cornwall'A Itoircru,  ilo-27-tit   Solicitors for tlio Applicant!!.  NOTICE.  '���RJOTICK U hereby ��ivoii   that Sixty duyn  after iliitu   I   intend   to   apply  to   tlio  Chief   Commissioner   of   Lands and Worl's  for purmi-sioii   to   purchase   the follnwiuir  ! dc.ciibrd parcel or tract of laud for uiiri.  ciiIiiiimI purpo.es: (.'ommenein;? at u post,  pluutrd on t In; uukt kIkii'u of Atlinto River;  )llii!iic��'20 cliniiiH in' a northerly direction  alonn the shore of Tuki'i Ami: thuiicc 2(t  chains in an easterly direction; 'thenco 2(1  eliiiinsin u soul lierly direction: tlicnec20  cliains in a westerly direction, to tlio point  of coinnieiicoiuoiit, eontiiinintr Jll acres ruoro  or less 't'. Iliiiclielillo.  Taliu City, U. C , December IStJi, lfl��3.  dc27-St.      .,      ,  NOTICE.  was washed    from    the   ledges  or  these claims.  ' I consider this properly to lv  one ofthe 1-.ro;:st and mist pronv--  i;r' ;)r jpo-*itio'is in tlie district,  tt is ��ir,' of -ice'' anel Ihe heavi? ���'  :-)i-;.%;s of michiiiiry could b: la ul-  ed on the oro lerty with little d f-  fi:.t!ty. Furthermore, il is one o'  e t-;iest worked propositions in the  district, the ore can almost be quarried, owing to die immensity o'  the ledge, and the cheipness in  getting it to tlie null is an other important feature. Nature has show  a -tu*Ti:ie'illy large' body of ' o-'e i"  sij"ht' lo ju-ttify the earlv i*ista1ht-  tiou oi a slami mill, as there i--  little do i hi tho I-*d".e i-'-'i fueonf."  For t go.id   --5111 11"ir   me;;l   go   to  the Pioneer lia'cerv and '-le-la u'a'ii.  -eraiive duty for every man iu th.c  rlUtr'ct to exercise his right at the  p Us on Wednesday, 4th February.  ���"very voter has a stake in thr  country, and to  exercise   his frati-  ���hise is a duty he owes   to himself.  ��� is fellow man and to this gre"i  jountry, to say nothing   about tin  li strict   itself.    Accoiding    to the  lumber of-votes polled here the iti-  fliience aud standing of the district  :s judged. Let it therefore be  with the object "for the g-od of  'he Allin District" that every man  '���nines to ihe roll on Election dnv.  NOTICE.  E ;:fcisc Your Franchise.  A w;>rel to lbs Ivlectors : ���- Although the la-it :m ' is 'rives 'this  district a population of nearly 3500.  the list of voters '.coin*>rires.' only  37 *. 'i'.ra:.s, and of tli is number  f'.illy r.-;o are out of die country,  it therefore becomes an almost iiu-  fSJ'rrrCIIC i-< lirivliy srivcMi tluit upplicatioi  will lie inmle to the L��'-'islative Asaem-  lily of tlie Prnvlwjp of British Coliiinbiu m  its npxt Session for an Art to ineorporat.-  a Company with power to build, ci|uie  m tin tain and operate a lino or .lines' <���'  railway of stumliird (rn��^c from n point, nt  or tipnr Hnxclton by tho most fonsible an!  priietierible route to a point on tho nortliei"  boiimlury of Uritish Columbia, nt or nenr  TpsIIii Lake or Allin Lake, or both ; ul-o  from HnV.eltoti, by the most feasible and  practicable route, via the Sleeenn, Bnbine,  Drift wood, Oinliicca ii'-d Klnlny Rivers to  Pciiee^ IO'vi-r Pass, or l'ine River Pass or  lio'tb, thenco I'listerly to the t'astern boundary of the-uiil Province, with authority  also to count met, cutiip, nuiiiitiiin and operate brunches frnin any poi ts o-i the pro-  nosed lino or line^,'no'; exeeedinj; in nny  one onso      n  hundred railcs In length; ��nd  ���fyOTlC:*. i'. In'-r.'b.i ..'iv-ii that application  will bi- iuadi> .to tliu P.irliiiiiient of  ('miaila, nt it* iw-M l-i-Msioii. for an Art to  incorpurate. a ( ompany with power to  ii.iihl. coabtmel, e<|iiip. opi'i'iite and'uniiii-  t.iin a litiu "f r.'iil.vny of -t.imlard ^iiHi^u  from Duw-o . in the Northwest Teniloi ics,  by the most direct and fe.isil.l:' route to u  piiiut ut or near the northern boundary of  the Province of llriti-h ('oiiiiiibi.i to connect with the Pii'ilic Northern * (Jiiiiueca.  Ruilivny : wi'h authority uiso to construct,  o,.erato and ineintaiii branches from any  pui mou the proposed line or lineK, not exceeding in any one case thirty lnilex in  leiiirth and with power to construct, operate  and miiiutain all necessiii y brid^e^.'roiidh,  w.i.vr ami ferries ; and to const met uml acquire, own and iiiaiiituiii wliurveK and docks  iu conneitisii therewith aud to'construct,  on'ii.'fieriiii'ro, euuip and iiiiiintniu aUticces-  siiry briiLres, roads, ways nml ferries : - and  to cotistrui't, own, eiiiiip and iiinintain  steiiin and other boa1�� uud viss-ls mid operate the iUtn'c on any ' navi-alili! waters;  and to (���oti'.ti'ui't, operate and niiiii.laiii  ���eUvrapSi a id t l=:plu>ue linen alou^ tlie  mi,lus ol' t In; sai.l rail, cay uml ils bi'iiuches  or iu coiuieciii.n tlicrenith, an totra smit  in.-ss^^e- for   conitneriial  purposes,   audio  ���nil 'ct toil- therefor, find to acuuire uml re-  r. iv ��� from un.V eiovi-rumout. Gorporution  er p-jivo-i-- .rr.'ints (>r laud, rights of nay,  mo ie.V lionuso-, privib'^es or other n-si-.-  taucc in aid of the coustructiun of the Com-  pnuy's nnilurtiilvin.i'. and to connect with  aud to cuter into traffic or other arrauye-  inuiiU with railway, steainhoiit or other  compani.".. and Tor all rights aiid powers  aud privileges nc-cess,ar.v, usual or incidental  to ull or imy oT the aforesaid purposes.  ' Dated this 3rd day of Deeeml.cr, A. 11., 1902.  McPhillips, VVootton & Barnard,  de27-St Solicitor-, for the Applicant-.  NOTICE.  ]\J0TIC1' in hereby friven thnt  application  will    be   made  to   tbe    Legislative Assembly of the Province of British Columbia  at its' ne.\t Session, by the Pacific Northern  and Oinincca Railway Company for an   Act  to Amend its Aft of Incorporation, being* 64  Victoria. Chapter SO, of the Statutes of tho  1 said Province,  a> amended  by the  " Pucifio  1 Northern and Ominecn   Railway   Act,   1902,"  ' bthiK 2 lidwurd. \TI , Chapter 77, by exten'd-  , inc. the' time lor  tho commencement of. tho  !coiistrii��tioi-of the Company's lino   of rnil-  ! way and for tb'o e.speii'diturc .of 10 per cent  of the   capital,, and, for the completion  of  ! the' said railway as   limited   by Sub-sectioa  'five (li) of Section-M of the'British  Columbia Railway Act, and by incrcaxinif the cupi-  1 tal of the said Company.  Hated tho ���iUth'duy of November,'19.'J2.  Cuhnwai.i, A Kocriih,  Solicitor^, for the- Applicuuts.  de-27-Gt  NOTICE  ���j*lJO'riCK is hereby -jiven thnt applie'tttlon  will be made lo the Parliament ot Canada, at its next Mttiiurs, for leave to incorporated Coniiianyto be called "The Const-  Yukon lt.iil-.vtiy Company," to construct,  eiiuip and operate a railway from a point on  I or near Kitimnt Inlet, Douglas Channel,  ; British Ooluuihia ; lienco to Atlin Lake;  thence to the Yukon River; thenco to the  . uteruatioual Boundary line between Alaska  and Yukon Territory, via the City of Dawson. With power to construct and own  limits and wharves, telejrrapb and telephone  line.-, to ;reuerate electrical power, uud to  collect toll- and all powers' incidental to a  railway.'  Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 12th day of  November, A,I)., 1002.  ���o-iii-nt  I). G. MacdonblLi,  Solii itor for Applicants.  SPECIALTIES  IN  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  fresh Eread} Rye Bread, etGo  Chas.  Mykk, Proprietor.  e'ool  RiKims t..  Itf-nt    By the. Day. Week or Mouth at reasonable rates.  9  Wholesale   and     Retail    Butcher  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIF,   B.   C.  Shelf and He&vy 'Hardware,  ��� Windows, Door��,  M.-u s   Half Soles and Shoe Nulls.     ��� Henry Piston & Son's Saws.  Glii'S and Puttey. etc., etc.  tOOts" B-'ir-'G��� BOe. Ml Dyiuamite,   Capo   an*   Fu��e.  mil Line of Winchester -Black & smokeless���Kifla & Shotg-un  Cartridges.  Goods   Bouqht   Sold   nnrt   fxchnnscd.  KINKST KOUirPKn HOTItL IN THK NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED^ IN. FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  Fressck   Restaurant in   Gonneotion.  A. R. McDonald,  Proprietor.'  Corner of First and Discovery Streets.  I -v^Ivt^'if-^B'^ 'ws^M
V.';/; 'P\MW>: u# ;heP';and there:'
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in., ICVpiisiiis'.;-?:;'.:!: p."in; (lelelii'iuion of 'Holy
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-   oti 'ijifi.'ial  (ircnsioiis.V Sn.ii.iliiy , .School.   Si:ti-
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//Moi" iiftii; service  ut II >'ev..|iiu^Vsci'Vtcc ,7;!t.i:
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iivd^awson/rienvthe up per/Tun ana,/
:li!'iii'g^ :tl!c';ii'c.'\\S'':'of tiii"CVioi;in<»usly
rich sviike oh the Upper.'Tiinaiifi.
.The:strike i;^.of ••iichv a :^eiis;iiioiiai
e!ini'a:clci7tlutl^it7is ;di-a'\ving.ayviiy;
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been ;/made/ on vl-etlroVfaiydv/GeMd-;
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lake, :in the/Siey^
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-. /drfive; been ./the-; ;.principal" .buyers.
'riie Indians' have  been,-leaving/a
/ /little .   of/ -their   money/ around.
/ "rbere are "more//while; n.eir hunt-.
.iiigVand trapping'/ this' .-winter than-
iivl any previous year.''■:■:■/.:/;;/, ...
/There is more  solid- comfort in a:
..'/'dip.of Blue/Riliboii'Tea,lluuivii! a
gallon of'mbst beverages//// v    ' /v:
7/::' T903.Diaries at G.■iR-.-.-B.ou'riie's'.'-. :
:;V /The ..balance... ..'pi'., the machiuefy.:
for .the Engineer   miiie,/whiclrfail-
/. e'l tb'come  invdh. lime,for. the last
.,: boat,    is vbeing /.hauled: from vl.og
Cabin to thevuiiue. bj' Frank. Nel-
. sen /with  dog■ 'teams'.   .Nelson'/re-'
ports.the . work.;/of./ siiiking'• at tlie
,1-Jliiie ati going oii.S'itisfactoiily.:   ..  j
.Several   cases, of new laid eggs,
j list arrived.;'from, the .Coast.    For
sale at-E.,L. .Tillman &; Co.■'.«■'.■■.
■-To -Smokers'-'— If you  want a
./.really first class imported cigar, get
Ctri'"' IJ1   Ticuack'i-."    For sale only
' sit-MeDbnald'.s. Grocery'.-.. •
C. H. D.eWitt and-'.his sou. Law-
-fcuce, have been taking iii the
Sights of the City of Mexico since
they left here. They are now in
Chicago.
Go   to . Fraser ■'..'&' Co. for your
.groceries -— the most rel'mble I101.se
in camp.
McDonald's Grocery .keeps an
excellent stock of staple and fancy
groceries;' Thes* have their own
teams and deliver goods on the!
;ci*eeks at the most rea.>o:i-.ibl< rates.
They have a new-and fresh slock
coming iu immediately.
Fresh stock of Lowney's Chocolates just arrived at C. R. Bourne's.
Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely
pure.—It is sold in all the stores in
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'/According  to Premier Prior, the
Govert;ment : intends   to   re-enact
tlie bills disallowed   by Ihe Domiii-
ipn, relaiivc'/to;. the .'restriction' of
Oriental immigraii.on.".:...He  furlher
states tl'iat/the'local  Governmeii.l. is
ppposed .to  the   grauiiiig.eif assis^;
tance.to tlie schetne   of.; rutin ing. a
line of I'ailwa\   to   Port. Simpsoii,
whichv: would   build up a rival city
there at-the ejipeii.se' of \'"ancouver,
■Victoria ■.aiid-.oilier coast cities !—-A
truly     progressive    Government ?
Bri Lish 'Columbia—Vancouver  and
Victoria!   Whyredo we come iii,?.'
Frei
:/«;iv|:;;BoQ;l||/^g
ng /and -Team!ng.'2.W^M*.^^C^^M-:^.
ffiree;
Sielehs/ for - Jiire.
..."w.v.-      . :-._:■-■., ■:'■.',-<-,, •'"
Dealers;ciiT/ ;Erp
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DISCOVERY!
DISCOVEI$YI
XX/IC have disepvereel that we'tire in tlie.lead. -  Aiid the lead;,we mean
/to keep. /.GuAuviVNTKup G(>pui—T.iiu "kowUs'r;;:Pi'ices /aiid vcour-:
teous treatment/is our motto.- / - -.--^        ■-■■■;.//;/
We' rj note lio leaders as '■■baits,  but.come .aiicV.se^e-.yhs'/ai'veF
vinced that we -cannot/be/equalled:.:.iii:..;tlie/,;':line'./J.pf.^'gr'j'pc'rie:s:../''-yiid
miner's supplies generally.;//: // ;/■'/■-;■ //-;i'.-.i/-v/.'   '//.'...'. 7->\Z:"'.v
;.:.'....■;/.     7//.'.;;/;../ /./..'.    // '/Yours very truly. ;; ;V/       -.-.;.-;- ■■•--'/ -v.v'::-/V- -V.;//:.,
J'-:::'/; ■\;y^ ^^-^  :; '--'V'""/ /
.' ■; Discovery, B. C, Jniinary 24th, :i9°3- , /: ./■.:•
Opening of the Kootenay Holci.
riic-iiew addition   to   the I-Copt-
euuy Hotel was thrown open to the
public hist Satu'elay'evening and,a
most 'enjoyable  dance   and   su-'pe-r
were given   to • celebrtite. tl'.e.occasion.    The   aeldition   consists of a
well   appointed   dinii'g   roVni and
Isilcheu, an' office   and sane room,
while lip-stairs is u hall wl.ick will
be   fitted   up   as a gymnasium.    A
fu 11 'ass'or.tinent of  gymnaslic accessories is expected to arrive any day
and these will.be placed iu position
as soon as they come to hand.  The
gymnasium   will no doubt be fully
appreciated-.
T
ei
'JS.jNOW. @PE®i,
A Handsome, New, Modern 'Sti t-cturc
THIS   HOTEL   IS   STOCKED   WITH   THE   BEST  OF  GOODS
..'.',..      SaHTw  'Johnstone^   PrG&rletcr.
Sam   Johnstone,    Propriel,,- of| Qq    p#.  'N.' -GO.
I lie Vancouver Hotct, -opened his ; ■
new house to his friends and. the
public last Saturday. His eater-
prise in p'lUing up such a Ik.e
house ir. niidwiuter is .to be commended, commencing..' Ihe new
structure, as he did, almost bii'ire
tlie ruins of the e>kl house were
colel.     .
The hockey match last Saturday leaves the victors still, undetermined.    One goal each.
-ALASKA   ROUVt:   SAJI INGS-
.The. following Sailings are an-
tioiiuced for the: month of l''ebrr.ary,
leaving Skagway at 6 p.m., or.cm
arrival of the train :
Amuk, Feb. 6th and .20th.
.1'or   further  iulb'nn.ilio'n.   a'n'.lv or
write to    IIv. Ii. Dunn; Agent,
Skagway, Alaska.
mm
WM
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