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 Fir  ��� it"  iiuJ i&* KLKIZr+r y^rrjg  ��&3��a  a��s*HPVg��<^.V^��*r��l^��wwtgiM-rw  ww^*��*^^wrf^i*yirtimwy at^Mj>oi��ypmmirtTy(.1rc,<.B ^fttl1 ,m *  *�����?'     ���-?��'"'"' fc-T"' "xW *-��� V    *���-  * ���, /^  (BY;  m  p  is  1  it  I  1  1  P  is  13  il  Is  ft?  VOL.   6.  "ATLIN, 73. C, SATURDAY,   JANUARY, 25.    1902.  ���������'������  JL  NO.   132.  ��Scicight���r   'Sale S!  -. ��� ife's Heavy Clothing, Blankets, etc., etc.  Men'  Fine  14-lh  12-11)  10-lh  14-lh  s All-Wool I-Icivy Hluc Sweaters  ��� Mackinaw Shins  ., ., ,,        Saw* iters  ,, Halifax Tweed Sweaters  ,, ,, Sh'irls ,,  Heavy Klondike Caps  Fur Caps  Hluc Denim Parkas'  D.-B. Moleskin Coats ...    -  Fine Navy Blue Mackinaw Suits  Caris Waterproof Gray Suits  Heavy Corduroy Coals  W00Minert Canvas Coats  Ruhl>er-linert ,, "  Blanket-lined Sleeping Bags      , '  All-Wool Silver Grav Blankets .    -  Fine Vicuna Blankets  Uoxulnr Price.  Siilo Pried  $3 00  Ji.oci  1 5"  3-50   ���  .���5-0.-3  i..Sd  3-50  1-50.  3.00  '���5<*  ,   3,00  ���6<f  3-75  1.00  2-75  1.00  " x-5��  .     3^o  x.50  3-5?  10.00  4.00  12.50  7.00  12.50  5-5��  7-5��  3-5��  7.00 .  2-75  15.00  3-5��  14.00 r  8.40  ���   ^2.50  '     7-5o  10.00  6.50  <    I7-50  10.50  BLACKETT & CO.  IRON. STORE,   First and. Trainor.- Streets, Atlin, B. C.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID'-. UP    $8,000,000.  AT LAST  Communication     With     the  Outside Re-established.  First-Budget of Telegraphic News  From the Coast���Atlin News  Sought After.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,   v\ ���-.-  - ". San Francisco,  Portland,  Skagway, etc.      ~~ - Exofcange-sakl - on -a/I-JFosniSm :.. -_���..        . .....  Gold Di:s.t/Purchasici;>���Assay -Office in Connection....,  .���-'':-,;i '-/JT."S.   MUNRO, Manager.  Tbe Ciirribob Hotel,  Wm. 'WA.LMSLEY,   Proprietor.  -    FIRST   CLASS; IN   EVERY   RESPECT.    -  Fine   Wines,   Liquors   and   Gqars. Stablinq for Morses.'  oi-rosiTs ukj-ot. caribou, y: T.  ��    The Vancouver General Store.    9  Dealers  in Provisions,   Dry   Goods,   Etc.,  A,   S.: GROSS   &   Go-  !C  After a lapse of over a mouth we  are again enabled to give our subscribers the gist of the more important news by wire from the  outside'. The "break" was closed  up on Thursday at 1.30. but with  the accumulation of private messages,, press messages were held  over''until yesterday.  Under the ccnsoiship of a committee of the Board of Trade, we  have,'during the last four weeks,  ?ent:out- dispatches, amounting to  nearly 1500 words. Our correspondent in Vancouver attends to  placing of these dispatches to the  bes*�� -.advantage. In connection  witlfc'this wise move by the Board  on' behalf of the district, we have  received the following wire :  Vancouver, Jan. 24th.���Atlin  attracting attention in Seattle.  Contjnue :your bulletins through  Mr. Goodman, who assures- me of a  wide, circulation. The'- Consolidated Spruce 'Creek Placers! pamphlet is a work of art and I have  mailed you a copy.  J. H. Brownljse.  in interesting R. G. Tallow in  the properly and; Mr. Tatlow has  gone to England fo float it.  [It is Understood,, that the property in question is that situated on  the mainland about two miles  south-we\4t from the Laverdiere  property" on Copper island. Several  local millers ' are interested in the  property ": and they will doubtless  be pleased to Warn of Mr: Findle'y's  success.]    ���  Railroads in Dawson.  E. C. Hawkins has returned from  Ottawa aucl" says the railway from  Dawson to .the creeks will be built  next summer.  Family vs. Family.  Edna Wallace Hopper, daughter  of the woman who married the late  Alexander Dunsmuir, ' brother of  the Premier, has issued a writ to  set aside"''Alex'. Dunsmuir's will,  alleging that her mother was improperly induced to .sell out her interests':-. She claims half ofthe estate of her. step-father,-including' his  joint interest in the railways, mines,  etc., with'James Dunsmuir.  Chief Justice McGoll Dead  Vancouver, Jan. ,24th.���Chief  Justice McColl died in Victoria last  week in convulsions; diabetes the  primary cause of death.  E. P. Davis, K. C, of this -eity,  is almost certain to be his successor.  The Vancouver '" Council of the  Board of Trade' and the Bar are  urging Mr. Davis' appointment.  -��� . .SPECIALTIES .IN ..  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Frosh Bfsad, Rye Breasi, etc.  Chas.  Myek, Proprietor.  G"<i<J Rooms to Kent���Uy the Vny, Week or .Month fit reasonable rates.  Shellfansff Heavy Hardware,  Acme Club and (xeniilne Hockey Shntes. Men's  Half Solos nnc! Shoo Nulls. Henry  DU'ton & Son's Saws. Windows, Doors, Glnss mid Puttey, etc., etc.  Full Line of Winchester���Black & Smokeless���Rifle & Shotgun  Cartridges.!  Goods   llouqht   Sold   and " exchanged.  The * Bank = of = British = North = America  Established in J8SG.   Incorporated by Royul Clinrtcr.  '    Paid Up Capital    -' $4,866,666  Reserve Fund :   -. $1,703,333  Head Office in Canada: .Montreal. H. Stikkman, General  Manager.  Branches. In. all the principal cities of Canada, and agents, in New York,  San Eransisco.-.Seattle. Tacoma, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Etc.  Cold Dust Assayed^Purchased or Taken, on Consignment.  Quartz Assaying at Reasonable Rates. ���  Dominion Nominees.  F. S. Barnard, ex-M.P., Conservative and George Riley, Liberal,  have been nominated for Victoria  to fill the seat vacated by Col: Prior  in tl��e Dominion House of Commons. A bitter contest is being  waged.  B. C. "Fishery Commission.  The .Dominion"..Government has  appointed-'the following gentlemen  to sit as a Fishery Commission , for  British Columbia: Prof. Price, G.  R. Maxwell, Aulay Morrison and  Ralph Smith.-. They, will" enquire  into the trap question.  Let Dogs Delight.  The insurgent fleet has been  sunk in a naval battle off Colombo  by the Government forts. Governor Palma was killed.  m   a  Dunsmuir Government  Bad Way.  Members of the Opposition in the  Provincial .Government, who recently met in New Westminster,  declared that Premier Dunsmuir  will have a following of but twelve  when the House meets next month.  Atlin Copper Property in Demand.  George Findley, of Atlin, is now  in the city. He- claims to have-the  biggest and richest copper deposit  in the world on- the south-west  shore'of Atlin lake.    He succeeded  Cabinet  Changes.  Hugh Sutherland, ex-M. P. has  been sworn in as Minister of Marine and Fisheries, in the Dominion  House.  ,   Richard Reid Dobell, a  member,  without portfolio, of the  Dominion-  Cabinet, was killed  in England   by  being thrown from a horse.  -A Missing Warship.  H: M. S. Condor has been missing for some time and almost all  hope of her has been gixen up as  she is long overdue from Honolulu.  The Lost Is Found.  Mrs. Powell, of Mount Pleasant,  Vancouver, whose mysterious disappearance has caused much excitement in this -city has turned up  in Seattle, alive and well. She had  eloped.  Marine Disaster.  The lives lost by the wreck' of  the collier Bristol, owned by Dunsmuir & Co., are said, to be: Capt.  Mclntyre, Pilot Roberts of Victoria,  C: Vivian, A. Edwards, j. Silva/  W. Romeraud H. C. Hurtleu.  m  11���  1 >?a  n  Mm  1  5 J,   ��-0\&  m  ���"tK-vr, pv)<J}*#*H* ft>t>*~+*-t **����� ��w>)<r.ni��jt|i��pHnwt., ~  -����-'��w wT5x^n-rn�� *iy&!tst*7*rmr/ vtn ntmsttar  -    h'-  ,7,JiL,.'l'i-'��V,  ' ,,���_������ 1 ���    ���       ^' -  -   "���    J        -'  i_^���_^_^T���  " i ifrwiimwniiiiff*iiii*i''iii iwiwumiriiniiiiiM iMiwi/iiMiiiiiiiil��w''"^n��iliti'Biiii'l'  ^   ' i  BllWlWMUMiilnMSsfr iWl ATLf.N*.,. B.C..  SATURDAY. JANUARY,  25    i9nj  The '.Atlin Claii  Published    every    SiilYii'diiy   nnn'iiiiifr   liv  TlIK- ATI.IN  Cl.Al.M    l'UKI.lhfllSti Co.  A. (!. lllKtiClllT.M), UlMVOIt.  I). Todd Li;ks. Siib-lidimr.  Olliunor uiibliuittiiiii 1'i'iirl S'.,_AUui..U. <!���  A.-hi'i'tisiiilr "Kali's :' Si.lilt   per  liicli,' I'-a'ch  iiiMM-tioii.    Ki'inliiiK iMitijM",. |:r>. i;i'j|ts a lini".  .Spci'i.il Contract Kates'on application!  " "The silliM;i'iplio'ii"p"i'ii'e is  $,"i. n" jiutr   payable in oi(viiirui>.      No p iper will be ilelivercd  4inli".s thU'coinlition is'complied with.'       ,  ���t'ii'    ���'    '    ��� ' .-��� ���������- :   'Satgu'iiaV, '.fAS".,1 25th,' 1902.  -,-Tjn; aucUiou of.freight charges,  ���' past", present and Inlure over the  While- P.afs !,<S: ,Yuk>,'n Railway'-is  ,,;pnc ,of all-absorbing jnlcresf.lO''us  all, therefore we. make no apology  for the space occupied by the remarks of our esteemed conlem-,  porary, the While Horse " Daily  Evening Stan-'-'-'whose aim" and object- is for' theVguod of the district  ami for the people who are opening  that district up, ��� and<.'-lheims my  sentiments," say we.-      ��� ���; ���  In our..boyhood days, in the lan-  ��� giiage of fables, it was. impressed  upon us never to " kill the goose  that laid the' golden egg,".and in  carrying out the' fable 'in"its 20th  century interpretation',' well," we being the goose, cannot' 'live' much  longer if the" W. Y.'ik V'. Rv' ' is  persistently going to bleed us to  death, drop by drop.  We .once   made   the asseVtiou in  our columns   that  every inhabitant  ol this district   paid a daily tax of  TWENTY   CENTS  to the White  Pass & -Yukon Railway Company;  and ori'- strict ��� --inquiry, we  believe  we   rather iitnder   than   over-estimated the amount of, the tax.    It is  impossible  to  expect  that  thecle-  ...velopment   of   the   camp   will   be  ���prosecuted '.as   its    values;, justify  when it,, costs   labor, almos.t' all it  earns for  existence.    Furthermore,  with the5 tax  from, the Yuko zy we  have   paid   lor the construction of'  the railroad and its equipment   and  ���   a dividend of twenty-five . per'cehl  on its capital  stock  besides.- ��� Is it  not reasonable that we   have   cause  to seek relief  from  such a Sbylbck-  in the'soulless disguise of a railroad  corporation,  who   would!  forsooth,"  pose as a " public benefactor 1"  We   too,   have-'something to say  about   rales.      White'-Horse   has  -its-  rates'- ably . set   forth   by -the  '���"Star," and   these   rates   are .bad  ' enough,   bill  ours are wotse.    Let  us quote a  few   instances   lor.  the  benefit of our   friends  on. the. ..out-  . side : On   a  shipment  of approximately.   i3,ooo   pounds.ot general  (groceries,   mostly staple goods, the  through rate paid, from Vancouver  to Atlin., .averages $j.34 per pound.  Deducting 40 cents  per  100 for the  ocean  -transportation,    leaves,    the  AtHiVs'Deep   Placer   Ground  ��� ���   Promises Permanency.  Large Dump's Behig" Taken OutfAt  the Different Scenes of Op'er-  ation. ''  GOLD'-C'RE EK.  .. Though Ibe results of .last win"-'  tur's woilc on this creek, were .viicl,  to have been eminently satisfactory,-,  when some twenty' odil' 'shafts were  sunk to bedrock ��� at ��� a varying  depth of from 30 to 45 feel thijf  winter's wot k..would- be ".liable l,p,  convev the impression-.that the  many difficulties encountered' .in  working, litis deep-.placer g-rdu'nd  were too great considering.,tlie 'returns obtained, or . that less cxpen.'-  pensive diggings had attracted men  to other sections of.ithe district, the  ��� fact remain��s..-.ihat. 'there.,-are not  more than one quarter of-lasl year's  shafts being operated. '. ,:,-,  * The men who made the first discovery-'-..of ��� this ��� ancient auriferous  .channel, Messrs Howard '& P.runer,  and-, who took- cut-some $2000 from,  their work of last season, ihave done  but Utile this'- winter, -..owing to  legal complications : with -.one of  their partners. - However, they recently commenced sinking another  shaft on one of their claims and expect .to reach . bedrock on .the  gutter "of.tlie"clialiheT~\vithin:the  next few weeks, - According to  Mr. -Howard,., given a., suitable  pump,"which -will .keep the water  down, and an,^inexpensive hoisting  gear, there, .is .no. more valuable  ground; in/the district than that of  Gold-creek. ���   ���  Adjacent to the. discovery claims  Messrs.     Thomas'   &   Smith " are  drawing";the  water"from' their last  winter's shaft and 'propose to run a  'drift across the channel.'" Tlieshafl  was  put  to ' bed rot li-/'"fa's t   season  and     the   '   owners   'claim     thai  the prospects were"1 amply 'sufficient;  to warrant the further development  of their ground.''   They''have  laid"'  in timbers  enough- for ninety'sels,  built a log   house  over  their shaft'  and'constructed a'drain to carry oil  .surface water  from, and around the  shaft.        ���'.-    ������'���    ' > ��� --.������?���.���. *  all lawful means to keep the Atlin  district clear of Orientals/ The  minei's';feel that they have had some  hard knocks,.in the pas't and now a  knock-out blow is contemplated.  Naturally they resent it.  T.he prospects of the camp were  never brighter than thev are today.  The miners now in the district are  satisfied that the clay of uncertainly  is almost passed. The, prospecting  this winter of some,200 miners dis-i���Yours truly,  tribulcd ovci the several' erect?  will prove, beyond a doubt, the per-j     Discovery/B.-C, Jan. 20th, 1902.  maneuey oTthe field not for hydraulic mining only, but ..for individual  mining as well. * ; ,  The Association trust that you  will, through the Press, in your  well-known .able manner show the  operator that he will make a mistake.by introducing Otiental lal>our  into,the district and'politely is:form  Messrs. -"Jap and Chinee that they  are nol'.wante.d in the Atlin district.  1). G. Stewart,  ,   '���',. -   Cor. Secv.  Hydraulic ���������; -'Mining;-'  *%���  ���  achinery.  ���Mining,    Pumping & Sluicing  Machinery,  ���'. 'Centrifugal Sand,-. Gravel '& '  ���  Dredging Funips.   -  HYDRAULIC    DERRICKS ��� From 3 to 10 tons lifting capacity.   -  HAKD    POWER    Db'.RRICKS   of  1   to   2   tons "lifting capacity.  HYDRAULIC    C.RAVEL    ELEVATORS, ::',':"? ";::-  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER    GATES, "���'"������ :  A N GI vE    STE1 ? L    RIF FI ,ES     & ll;'s '  HYDRAULIC    RIVETED-   PIPE.  S.  Xos.  3S to 44 Fremont Stkhet,  .   , ' SAN    FRANCISCO,   CAL-  Write for priees,' circulars and catalogues,'or call 0*?  A. C. Hirschfeld, Ag:ent, Atlin, B. C.  E.   ROSSELLL  Msnrger.  Corner Pearl and First Streets,.'Atlin, B. C.  This   New   and   Commodious   Hotel was opened lo'the  Public,   April  '."    i6thr 1901.���Everything in it is New.'���Strictly First Class.  .CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS &ND tlG\RS CASE GOODS A. SPECIALTY.  9  <S\{  I��  ORIENTAL   i.AHOCR.  Sir:���Re your article . in the  Claim of Oclober 19th' last, on the  importation pi Oriental labor, ' I  have been instructed by the Atlin  District-Miners' Associatioii of Dis-  .. Importer of'"General Merchandise  . >iyyraer<s    -Supplier,  OUTFITTINC; A SPECIALTY  FIRST-  STREET,    ATLIF,   B.   C     ."  ' "  *c>^c62^C'^o*D*o*o^jt,^o^<:to<:i^C'**'<:i<>0'^c>dC^o.^c��'^o^o*-c>*C'*o'o*o<>.>  �� TH"EJ -'KOOTENAV   HOTEL.  ��  George E.. Hayes, Proprietor  Cok. First and Tkainor Streicts.  o  o  a  a  %  coyery,..B. C,   to  correspond  with  rate'   from'--Skagway   to ��� Atlin of iyou-aiid  to co-oper.ate -with you in  discouraging, as. much as p.ossj.blc  the .(rumoured) proposition of one  of bur leading hydraulic,companies  to.import Japanese-lalx),ur.'      ���  The Association appreciate the  stand you have .taken on. the ques:  tion, and, while having soiue .doubt  as.to the truth of the report, feel it  their duty not to stand idly by but  lake a. hand-in .the game.  ' I may say that 90 per cent of the  miners'of the' district belong,to the'  Associatioii' and'thev'intend to use'  $3*94,    a;-distance   of   about.165  miles, over half  of  which distance.  is   by'water.    Another   item, the  average'rale, over   the   same route,  upon 12,225 pounds', of which 8127  p.oiinds.ctune under Clasp "A'- ���the  lowest-'fate -.upon; groceries,���was  $4.66 per hundred .pounds.  ���   The best rate vye-haye ascertained  .was   upon   ,a'; shipment   of'!'flour,'-  of 37,000 pQunds, was at the rate of  ���$4.vOp'.  per   h u udred ..; pbuti.ds,./ or .&  ,tax-.p'f   nearly .218-100 .cents, per  mile'in favor of the railroad"!"7 '  s  .,,       -.Tliis.t'irst Class Ilotel.lins been rcniodcloil ami reTurnis-lied tliroiij;li<)ut  and oll'ers the best uccommo'.Intioii to Transient or Pci'mmioiit  -' '." ' Guosts.���Aiiipricmi unci liiii'(j]>omi plan. "?  Finest Wines, liciixoi's and Gzgssms. ���  Billiards- and   Pool. %  KIN1CST HQT'IPPED.HOTEL IN-THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  '~~-"<*'���    "CONDUCTED IN-  FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  ,��� . Fpenofo . Restatfraitt ra. Gonstectcosi^  '     .   ', ' David" Hastie,   Proprietor.  '. ,: ':.       . Corner of First'" and'. Discovery Streets.  T  ���;'���  ^:-   DISCOVERY,   B.C.  , Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Month.  '".".      -amertca'n' And  European" '^an.  '' J. P.'UotjK, Miina_er.  'J  1  i saagi��ng)rftfcftiiirtw���r*ri iin iim  wtfavUMHjp*.  3EZZEZ  M^n^tt^Mi^.^vnqr-.u^KM.iHsnaw  iij-Ki=.^~  n=sc:  SKSraaatSiiaaaiisisfc^^  ,fef  ���"{  -*:r  ���'fl\ ���  i  m ,  4 '���  to  1  P  ft  ATLIN,  B. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY, a.< 196?;  . ^^~  niCAI.ERS   IN  F8t*si SCreet, Atlin, ,��". p.  Handle crily the  best jGbods' in the Market, <. ���  ervice guaranteed-,---    .���   '::,;G'-.'  BEST  Try   our Teas c  ind Coffees.  AN EQDIYQCAT  White Pass   Officials- Endeavour to Hoodwink  Tho  Eastern .Public-��� A White  Horso Paper��� Has -Sonmthlngr  to. Say-About Rates.'-'"'  �� In the issues of the" 9U1..HIKI roth  insls of tlie " Daily Eve'uir.g Star,"  While I lots*:, appear too well written at tides on the 'question of  freight iales charged by thc.W. P.  '& 'Y./'Co., for transportation ol  groceries from Skagway to While  Horse. The articles are lite outcome of a letter published by Tiallic  Manager. J. Francis Lee in the  Toronto -'Globe." of Dec. 2HI1  last, in which Mr. Uee lakes-to task  the. Manufacturers'_Association of  Canada for the publication of statements to the ' effect that':.bis Com-,  pany charged a rale on floui of S.2.-  70 per hundred pounds.' Mr. Lee  says in reply, '-This rate' is $1.75  per 106'pounds, not $2.70, and further, this rate of-St.75 isa maxi-  muin distan.ee tariff rate and not in  any way .the actual competitive or  proportionate rate 'demanded or collected."        .      '  To Mr. Lee"s" denial   ot'the ��2.70  Kite the "Star "says:"  "Mr. Lee must surely have been  under the impression that the circulation of the 'Globe' was confined 10 the Province of Ontario,  and that the bald-headed mis-statement would never reach those who  have to suffer, because of the grinding, grasping, cii.ching monopoly  of which he is the rate-mouth. -Mr.  Lee's.statement is intended to act  as a lie, if he docs not, strictly  s; e.tking, utter it."  The "Star," -in   or'der to be in a  position to  refute   Mr. Lee's det.ial  of tlie $2:70   rate',   made   searching  inquiries 'arcund    White  'Horse as  to   ,rales,   charged   importers,   and  quote talcs   in   detail   which show  .   rates upon   groceries   as averaging  $3.75 in class  "A," $4.00   in   class  "B," and in class   "CM   or $4.50  per 100 pounds, or  a   general  ave-  '���rage  oi  $3.99   2-5 per   100.    On. a  small shipment   of  690 pounds the  average   rate  of  $4.44    7'10   was  ��� charged for the haul of  in   miles,  "Skagway   to-White   Horse. - The  "Star-"   says, "We will be explicit  in   every   detail,   and   will verify  every statement made in this article  under   oath,   if  Mr.   Lee  has the  temerity to  intimate  a doubt of its  "whole truthfullness." ;  ��� ���'��� In conclusion of the first article,  the " Star " says, "One other., fact  for the benefit of the Manufacturers'  Association of Canada as well as  for shippers generally. The ap-  -, proximate/distance, from; _Eastern  ���; Ontario, shipping points to Vancouver via C. P.'Ry. is Ottawa,  2786 miles and Toronto, 2568  miles. The rate 011 flour and all  goods classified under group "A"  ofG. F. 0.'i'No,2, of'the'W. P. &  Y. Ry. fiom these points and generally I't.om Ontario points to Van"  cou'vei'is Si.05 'per' 100'pounds;  life'waler'rulc front Vancouver to  Skagway, approximately, 1000  miles, the Yale' is 40 cents per 100,  and of a total rate of $5.30 per ��oo,  J." Fraucis'Mlaud' Lee's;" corporation  gets ilic balance- of $3.95 per 100'  "lor ;V: i-"n"iiles and he has the cir-'  dilating clieek to say to the .Vhinti-  lactii'rer.,' Association of Canada,  ' It is,.surprising to know that such  an iniporli'i.l association should  have exhibited such gross careless  ness'as the)- have in this instance.' "  fit the local Agent, Mi. Mellott,  the Traffic'Ma u'.-iger has disc-vered  quite a chanipioi', as on the da\  lollowing, the- -publication of the  liist article, he addressed a letter to  the "Star," staling, in the liist  place, that the statement made  .by Mr. Lee was.not-concerning the  rate front Skagway, but from the  Boundary to White Horse and that  the ���Manufacturers Association  was given 10 believe S2.70 was the  prevailing rate.' Again, that G. F.  O. .tariff slieel.'-"No. 12, was in operative, existence, and that this tariff  provides for the rate of Si.75 for,the  distance mentioned," viz., ��� 95 'miles.  As to the'average . rates taken from  certain 'Way bills quoted by the  "Star," in one instance Mr. Mel-  lot states'that the "actual amount  collected," :-inslead    of $30:70,  was  ANNUA!'MEETING  Congregation-of St. Andrews'  ��� Church ���  Discuss Business���Finances of tho  Past year In a Satisfactory  Condition. ���-,��� ;"   / -���.-.-  $26.70, making the avetage rate  S3.86'instead of ��4,44.  The "Star "comments upon the  communication in the following  language :  "We arejplcased to give place to  Mr. Mellott's letter. We reiterate  every woid published in our article  of -yesterday. Mr. Mellott is at  least geueious, if not ingenious, in  defenHiug   Mr.   Lee. ���  That  gent-le'-'  "The Annual. ^Meeting ' of St'.'"Andrews' Presbyterian'- Church-' was  held in the Church"-on."- the evening"'  of Monday,- 13th"' inst.- * There was^  a full attendance'of'-the cor-grega-'  lion and many of ll'C friend" iof tlie"  Churcli". Mr. Russell 'occupied the  eliair. The Financial 'Stalenieiils  showing the standing ofllie Chinch  were read by Mr. Cross, Sec.-Treas.  of the Church and Mr. W'iHiams,"  of the'Sunday"SclTool.' The- following summary of the receipts and  expenses 'for the past. year is  given for general information:  Dec. 31, 1900.   Balance on  hand .        . .     S30-5��  Amount  .received -during  . the     year    from    all -'  .sources    ..        .        . i,3r3-45  '. i-"OU  ,...'FlwioirapfH  :(11'  L\;lask-aVv-"'Yi.Icon   and  ���^T^ortferii: B.C.  I'lillJ!  Skagway io Mini & Dawson  GO' TO"  See' HIRSCtiFELD  1.343-95  Amt. paid   out during the  ."$1,314.84  Notice.  ���RJOTIUK is' he.reb.v uiven tliat application  wili be made to the I?ai fihmciil of Cnna-  ilti.'iit its next sittings for leave' to incorporate u railway., company, called the " Lake  Mcnni-tt Railway Company," to construct,  equip, operate and maintain a railway fi-on,  a point, on or near the Dyea river, on the I n-  terniitional. Houndnry, . between' Ui-itisb  Colmiihia,and'.\lsf.Un,'lo a poin't'at or near  LaUe.ISeunett.-thonce -to a point-on the Yukon river at or near Selkirk in the Yukon  Terriiory.      ���  With power to equip,, construct and operate branch lines,; to build, own and maintain docUs and whtu^es; to equip, own and  build boats anil .to operate tlie same; to  equip, own and operate telsirraph and  telephone lines and   ��� to       Reuerate  electric power for heatitifr, lighting and motive power; to expropriate laud nece.ssai-y  t'or the said railway anil to levy and to collect tolls, anil to make traffic urraiifrements-  incidental to said lino of railway. a  Dated at Vancouver, II. C. this 15th day of  November, 1PM. de7-flt  ' '    ' ]). (t. MaCTIOSNKMj,  .Solicitor for Applicants.  vear  ...  Balance, Dec.  31.  rynr-.-    S29.I1'  Assets, Dec.'31, 1901  -'  -.".   -'130.00-  Liabilities  Deficit  $276.45  ���   -Si 17.34  A. S. Cross, See.'-Tfeas:  Sunday School.    ���'  Receipts--.- ���     ."-.."'    ������  $166.40  Expenditure     . '"     .        . '   132-65  ���Balance, Dec. 31,-1901 , 33-75  - J. Williams, Sec.-Treas.  Consideri.ig the small deficit, the  and Mr. Lee know, the consignees; financial condition of the Church is  of freight shipped from ' outside j very satisfactory-. "Over $Soo was  points know and   the public should   paid   on   account ,of   the  Church  building.    The assets above quoted  TAX   NOTICE.  know that not a.ton of freight per  annum is shipped Irom.S.kag'way to  the Summit, and neither .Mr. MeL  lott nor any other railroad official  of the "corporation in question can  show an expense bill Irom Skagway  to the Summit nor from the Sum-  mil to White ��� Horse. It is true  that all tariff sheets issued to the  public'quote a rale from Skagway  to the Summit and from the Summit to White Horse. Still the fact  remains, it is there for the purpose  of acting a lie. " All the same, consignees pay the full rate as we have  quoted. '.Mr'." Mellott -ays thai G.  F. O., No. 12, is in existence. Possibly ! But again let us say "no  lower   rate   exists ��� t'lian   tlie   one-  do not include t'he Church property, fittings or fixtures.  The following-gentlemen were  appointed to act as Board of Management for this year:- J. A. Fraser,  J. D. Lumsden. John Williams, J..  \V.- Mcintosh, D. H. McDonald,  J. F. Ward and A. S. Cross, Secy.-  Treasurer.  ��� After the business had- been dispatched, a very pleasant social evening was-spent.- The ladies had  provided refreshments in abundance, which were heartily enjoyed.  Provincial Legislature to Meet.  The following ���������despatch; istaken  I'rom the ''Daily Alaskan,"   of tlie  TyfOTICK is hereby sriven, in accordance  with the Statutes, that Provincial Revenue Tax and all oss-pssed Taxes and Income  Tax,, assessed and levied under the Assessment Act and Amendments, are now due and  payable for the year 1912. AITtaxes collectible for the Atlin Assessment District are du��  and payable at my office, situated in Atliu.  Tliio notice, in terms of law, is equivalent,  to u personal demand by me upon at! person's  liabie for taxes.  E. J. Thais,  Acting Assessor anil Collector.  'Atlin,.January 2nd. 10J2.  Notice'of Dissolution.  ���jrjOTIGE is hereby Riven that the purfner-  I^�� ship heretofore existing between the  uiider'tigiieri at Atlin, U. " 0., has this day-  been mutually dissolved. AH debts owin^r to  the said partnership must be paid to. and all  debts due by said partnership ��ill be paid  by R. B. Dixon.  Dated ut Atlin. R. C,  this  31st day of Dec,  11HU. - D. Ul'KTOS.  K. H. Dixon.  Nr  quoted in our  article,.and G. F. 0.1 16II1, but Coast  papers.uf the 10II1  No, 2, is the one   bills  are  paid by j not yd having   readied   here,   the  and made, out by.' Mr. Mellott  takes exception to our rendering  ofW'.B. 171, Dec. 30th, 1901. But  we have nothing to alter; the bill  is before us and speaks for itself.  We propose returning to the subject of. the. W, F\ & Y. and their,  peculiar methods at an early date  and promise some revelations that  may prove -interesting to both officials and the public." ���  report"cannot,be Verified:        '  Victoria, Jan. 10-���The"B..'C.  legislature has beensummoiied to  meet on Feb. 20. ���  .IRKLAND HOTEL,  'i-'IRST  STRKKT,: ATI.IN..:  . ������ J, KIRKLAND, - Managkr..  First-class dining room  And Elegant .Sleeping Rooms.  LAND ACT,  1901,  OTIGH is hereby {riven that. Sixty dnj-x  afterdate I intern! to apply to tlie Gbief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following; described  tract of land in the Atlin'.Mining Division of  Cassiar, li. G , coiniui'iicinu at b post plnuted  on the shore of Tnltii Arm p.liout half a milf  north'of the mouth of Atlintoo llivor, tbenci.  east 40chuins: thence 4(1 chains S.: thence -10  chains W., more or Iraa to the shore of Tiiku  Arm, thence followiusr .tlie shore of Tuku  Arm to the point of coiiiiueiicement.  ."���'.' Ai(Tiii;ii C. Druic.  October 23rd, lflOl  EJ  IWRY  .1. II. Browiilec, P. L. S., IV.'.L. S.  K. C. Lovvry, A. M. I. C. f. ,,  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers',  and Surveyors.      "   '  Pkarl Strickt. Atlin, B. C.  Placer   Act,  1901,  for sale at this office.  consolidated,  Itk  -li  si #���  il  Ml  irm  f��  ���%<%  nzv  i*��t^Mfc��i**!w'st^rtir^;i��^"T^^.'CJ^'?(r!' **  ni^tti/eapffam  ���*&*K*HtX*J4ty^lt&nKAfjt-w .w.ii.1  *T���"~J"-  j!^i?,-Wrt^j^ir,7J'/r'Sff-v  '���r*^fe2^3.3��^SiiSSMKSffi!^  ����iaiai^jsrtW!c-��^>:'- ATi:.i:-N/U.C.V .SATURDAY, JANUARY,  2,*' '/9a?  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  NEW YORK CAPITAL.  Ohurch  of KuglAud:  St. .Martin's Church, cor. Third and Truin-  <>r streets. .Sunday services, .Matins at II a.  111., Kvimiioui; 7:!i0 j>. ni: Celebrution of Holy  Communion, lwt Sunday in cach'mouth und  on Special oecnsitnis. Sunday School, Sun:  day at :', p. in. Coimnitlee MeetiuuH. 1st  'J'liui-silay in i.-nelv mouth.  Iti-v. 1\ |j. Stepheitson, Hector.-  St. Andrew's C'resbyterinti Church holil  services in the Church " Second Street.  .Morning service at .11 pvonitiy; sei'vice 7:8!)  Sunday, School at the close of the iiioruinjr  service. Rev. ���!. ilusscll, Minister. Free  KeadiiiL; Koom. to which all are welcome.  Show   Case   for  sale. Apply at  the Claim Office.  Just arrived, 500 , lbs   of   Fresh  .Hand-Made Chocolate Creams, only  ,    .50 cents per lb at E. T;. Pilhuan &  Co.'s.  There.is more solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of most.beverages.  For .a good, square. meal;' in a  hurry, go to The Quick Lunch  Room.    Mrs.  Henuiug, Prop.  Placer Act, 1901, consolidated,  for sale at this office.  Chris. Nisseti, a well known  Spruce' creek miner, returned this  week from a .trip to " furrin parts."  He thought .to visit, the new gold  fields on Horsefly river, Cariboo,  but heard enougli .at'Ashcroft, B.  C, to content . himself with his  Atlin property...  Tlie result pf-the hockey match  last Saturday between Married  vs. Single was; a great surprise to  the bucks. The score was 7 to 4  in favor -of .the..Benedicts.- There  was nothing extraordinary in the  individual play on either side, but.  there was an ,a.ir .of determination  in the players of both sides to win  the game. The. return match will  be played next .Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m.    ...   ,.  Furnished rooms. :t> ��� rent���apply  Motel Northern.  Choicest Fresh;-Fruits at reduced  prices at E.. L-.- P-illman & Co, 's.  The following "Local" reached  us too late for last week's issue, but  theannouncement speaks for itself:  "Get a skate on "everybody:  better still, . get 2 skates on and  have an. evening's enjoyment on:  the -Willow .Park Skating Rink.  Big and roomy; splendid ice; band  in attendance-and a gala lime  for all. Special.. exhibition of  fancy   and  fast  skating,   acrobatic  A Prospective Deal on Atlin.  Property.  Christopher Bonds His McKee  Leases For $68,000 ��� Work  to Begin  May 1st.  Word was- received this week of  a possible stile of Mr. Christopher's  hydraulic leases on McKee creek.  The deal was made by F\ T.  Hamshavyy who was here last lull.  The purchasers are represented by  Walter Irving Scott, of New York  and the consideration, ��68>',ooo,  $20,000 of whichis payable March  1st, and the ballance, in short date  payments, extending to July 1st,  next year. The- properly consists  of seven hydraulic bench and one  dredging lease, ' together with a  water right of 900 inches. Work  has to be commenced on.or before  May. 1st next. The agreement or  option is dated aisi Nov.,  1901.-  Cummings &. RjcHardLson,  .'*/"       Leading   House   for  Dry   Goods/ Boots   and , Shoes.  Special Bargains in Clothing  ^  j*  &  OUR   PRICES   ARE   THE   LOWEST. ,  - Orders taken for Tailor-made Suits.  V ENDOME   HOTEL.  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.   ���  FREE -BOWLING. ALLEY.  The rumoured report of the finding of the sleigh with which Andrew Wilkin left Taku to come to  Atlin or. Dec. 26th, has ' proved  only too true. . A special constable  was sent.from here last Saturday to  report. He found the sleigh frozen  into the ice between ��� here and  Fourth of July creek with two out  of the three dogs attached to it.  There is now no question but that  Wilkin was.drowned.  Low hey's chocolates at Dockrill  & Bourne's.  We congratulate the management of the Skating Rink in retaining the services- of Prof. Barnes  and the advertisement will show  that the Professor will shirk nothing to increase the popularity of  the winter spjrt.  fiotet Russell.  Choice Wines, Liquors and. Cigars.  Pool and Billiards Tree,  Burton,   Pro|>s.  Turner Bccton & Co.  WHOLESALE     DRY    GOODS,     LIQUORS    AND    CIGARS.  ~<^ Importers  of all classes of Foreign Goods >�����  ���"'��� Victoria   and   \fanootivev.  At Bin Skating Rink.  ��� -��� ��� - *������+ ^���'���- -.���-���"  Hockey Match today, ait 2 pan.  Discovery vs Atlin  J. F. Deeks,    Captain     B. Nicolls  Sole Agents for: v  BROWN'S    4    CROWN "SCOTCH    WHISKY-     ;.-.-!   ���  <"',     CORBY'S   .CELEBRATED' CANADIAN^  RYE  .'���'"   '  A."B. C. BOHEMIAN:-,-Stv' LOUIS    BEER \- '  MOET    &    CHANDON "'CHAMPAGNE,    DRY ., IMPERIAL  Fish,  C.DOELKER,  ���.    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    ..-  Game   In   season and   home    made   Sausage.  Northkrn Hotel Building, Fihst Street. '  Finest  Wines,   Liquors  and   Cigars.  Furnished Rooms by the Day,  Week or Month.  Grand Fancy Dress Carnival  Monday, Feb 3rd.  Prizes given to the  best  dressed  lady and gentleman.    The manage  ment is  in communication with the  feats on   skates  and other wonder-  great Sousa's Band and hopes to be  6. li. Hayes.  J. G. C'OKNKi.r..  ful performances. Don't -miss it.  Our Atlin friends specially invited.  Free bus from Discovery to the  rink every half hour. Note the  date,���Monday evening, Jan. 20th.  ���Free for all."  Get your friends to subscribe for  "The Atlin Telegraphic Bulletin,"  ���weekly.  Blue Ribbon Coffee "is absolutely  pure.���-It is sold in all the stores in  Atlin. . ���'���''. "_.' ''���:,���[ '."';:  To Hockey Players,���AH players  are requested to attend a meeting  to be held at the Grand Hotel on  Monday at 8 p.m"..,:' Business:- to  form a club and elect necessary officers and committees.  ���    J.--H. Gillard.  Copies of   the new . placer Act of  1901, consolidated with the Acts of  successful, in securing them for this  occasion. Grand March at 9 o'clock, sharp; the whole to conclude  with Fire Balloon asseusions. Admission, 50 cents, children, 25  cents.    Doors open at 7.30.  Attractions for the Coming Week.  Hockey Match,  Return Game, Married  vs. Single.  Wednesday, 29th inst, at 2 p.m.  Skating Races,  Dog Team- Races,  Dancing, etc., etc.      ��� ',  NOTICE.  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  fJKST    LIOUOKS   .*    CFOAKS  (jooll    ACCOMMODATION.  - ���   KKSTA li KANT    I!  Co.N.tBOTICS.  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Good Stiibllnir for Hor��ni ami  Dous.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION.  Hendquui-tors fur Buhner & Purrott'it sta^e.  PINE TREE HOTEL.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  TULES EGGERT & SON,  Swiss  Watchmakers,  And  mniiiifact urin^ jewellers.  All kinds of nii{;u:ut work <;xecutud w itli  neatnoas uud dispatch.  First  si.  n��xt   to Vnncouver Gniipnil Storr  Bd. Sands',' Proprietor.  i��9.�� and   1899,  C&aim Office.   "  for  v The Rink is under new management. The services of Professor  Barnes (late of the Hanlan Rink,  Toronto) have been secured at  great expense for the remainder of  the season. . Skating lessons daily,  sale at the) Admission .to. Hockey matches, .25,  Ticket.holders, p'ree.  THE   IRVING   HOTEL,  Pine City, B.C.  Has the Best Equipped Bar.  The MeDoiinh]  Entertainment   fTrill in (jim-  nct.ion.  II.' McDonald, Prop.  W.  WALLACE  GRIME  &  Co.,  MIMN& BOOKERS & COMMISSION AGIN IS.  Third Street; Atlin B. C.  O.K,  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  F. MNK Prop'.  Now oc'iuip.v tlieir.'iirwr. quarter* ttext  to the Bunk of H. N. A.. First. Strtjet.  I The bufh rponmare witmltxns <ood u��" fotinil  [in   dtlst*.    PrlvKte .Eat'i'tt'iive for httlies.-  IF   YOU   WANT  Information  CONCERNING  MINES & MINING PROPERTY  ,,, In the Atlin District  WRITE TO  ���Am @. HirsGhfeisS  Real. Estate  and   Mining   Broker,  P. O. Box,'���.36.--Atlin,' B. C.' ���".'  -sraTi^^i .,���

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