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 (!  W:\  VOL.    5  ATLIN. B. C, SATURDAY.  JULY,   13,   1901  NO.,, 101.  DISCOUNT    ��>AL!  We aie going lo 1 educe our large stock of  SH OKS��� Ladies' & Men's in all Grades.  Men's Clothing, Under ware and Mais   ���  Our Stoek'of DRY   GOODS   is also too largo for..the I needs of Atlin.  ��-< We need the Cash; you need the goods, and if not we want to  make an inducement for jmi to buy ag.iin-it ihe-lime, when you  will need them. ' \  /  '    '    FOR THE' NEXT 30  DAYS   .  W'K Wiu, (Iivk 25  /per   cent   discount   on All "Goods  PrueiiASKJ) Fi'om Tin-: Aisovr, Links. /  t*- v     - / . I. '  ' ,, * ff  '       Our   pi ices   are   already-reasonable,  take 25 per cent off and the  result ought to satisfy' the most caieful hinei.  '- BLACKETT & CO.: .'  'JROW WORE,,  First  and  Trained Streets, Atlin, B. C.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  "1        CAPITAL*. PAID-  UP    ��8,000,000.  1 - * ^   ' -     v, t-   * f  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  -1-     , "-   ��� San Francisco,1 ,  " *>>     - * - * Portland,  - -... . ���rw..*f ^ ^       r , ^. ^ Skagway, ete.  ExGhatvge sold on all Points*   '   J  J. .*..**- ..v-.*-   "...  Goi.i) Dust Pckchaskd���Assav On ici- in Coxxkction.  J. S.  MUNRO, Manager.  PRICES   ALWAYS   AS   LOW   AS   THE   LOWEST.  Miners See  Post Oi-mci--,   1)i*.covi in,"  , FOR   GROCERIES   AND   MINERS'   SUPPLIES.  My Ti-.tfii lleliwis f.inds in i ri-d *, 'foeularly. Prices as Above.  W  THE K00TENAY  RESTAURANT  NUGGET.  Atlin Keeps -Up ^Its, Record  )   i ��� -  For Big Nuggets.  Spruce Cretk Holds Up Its Reputation as a. Producer ol Coarse  i  Cold���Other News of Interest  Prom the Creeks.  STRICTLY   LUaOPlAN   PLAN  E.   L.   BOOTH,   Proprietor.  Oi��*n Dm  unci Myrlit  Pioneer Bakery and Re$tanran  Sl" I-CIA I.TIUS   IV  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc*  Ciias.  Myki-s, Proprietor.  Gooil Rooms to llcnl-'-IU'tli<- l),i\. \\ pi-lf 01  Jlontli nt i cis'-ri.ihlc mti's.  The  SKAGWAY,   Alaska*  x.    WHOLESALE   GROCERS  f I .11  HI. VI I 111  IN*  ��?*����**;�� Hay   and   Oats ��**"��*<��<  We Make a  .pt-olalty of Perishable Goods and respectfully solicit  .our Mall Orders- -Satisfaction Guaranteed.  lie = Bank = of = British ��� North = America  Lstulill-.li''il in IMfl.    Incoi'iicil'iitc'il b> Kov.il (Jlini-tt-i.  Paid \iv Cm-itai. <>*. 866,666  RlCSJCKVlC   Fi Nl> 5l,703,3.1.3  Head Office 111 Canada:   Motilieal".   II , Stik-icvan,  General   Manager.  Branches in all the pnncip.il cities of Canada, and agent', 1:1 New York,  San PYanci'-co, Seattle Tacoma, Poilland, Spokane, F0M.011, Chicago, Etc.  ASS A Y OFFICE  Gold Dn*l   \*-*,i\til, Pui('h.is.:d 01 Taken on Consignment.  IJnaiU A-��*i.i\ing at Reasonable Rales.  The Atlin district is by no means  losing its lecoul as a pioducei ol  big nuggets. On C-:aluida\ last the  laige'st ot the season, weighing 36  ox. 12 dwts. 14 grs. 01 pure gold,  \alued, at pj ictically S600, was  found on the Blue Cain on piopeilv  on, upper Spruce creek. It was  picked off bediock b\ Mi- Car.son,  one of the paituers in the pioperty,  while" he was shovelling 111, and  veiy naturally caused quite a sensation' iu the camp. The nugget was  'brought to Atlin on \\ edue*>da}  last'along wilh the balance ol the  clean-up���which, needless lo say,  was a good one% The * nugget is  flat, and is 5^ niches long by 2^.-  niches,wide, and averages 9-i6tlis  of an inch 111 thickness, both si e->  are rough and the gold has a rust)  appearance, which is_ so characteristic in the gold of Spruce creek, it  t-5 as pietty a piece of .the " rtal  ���stuff" as amoue would wish to see.  The pioperty trom which the  nugget was taken coiw->ts of 2^  miles of a bedrock flume grant  about toui miles above discovery on  v-*piuee. Sluicing was commenced  about two weeks ago, and il the  hr^t clean-up is indicate e of the  season's run the owneis are to be  co'igiatulated. Mi.* Woods, S.M.,  and Jackson & Lambert aie interested with the oiigiual locators in  the piopeily.' It was for ih s  giound thai Mr. Carbon and h.s  partners whipsawed some 12,000  feet of lumber during the winter  south of the base of Bald mountain.  The pioperty has always been looked upon asvi valuable onehoni the  way it pro-pected, but the season  for wale; was too short for 100-foot  claim owners, and, together with its  being so far awa>' from the payh.g  claims of the cieok, it has previously tecched hut scant attention. Bedrock is fui 11 \ shall, wand al present  there is abundance ol walei foi ail  lequiiements.  Mention has already been made  in lecent issues of the nuggets of 15  and 2.S'ounces found by Ronawie  P>ios. on McKee cieek. All these  nuggels may be seen by any one  desiring to do so at the Bank of B.  N." A., wheic Mi. Gillaid will always be pleased to show them.  Willow  creek   has turned out its  usual   quota of   nuggets this year  and a number, ranging from 5 to 15  have been won. j  Ot the  notable' nuggets found in |  pievious   seasons,    mention should  be made of "The Wesl," weighing-'  S3 <)���/.. 5 dwts. 15 gi-s, la-ken from  126 below ou Spruce, h- West an<��  Hafft-'iinen This *was the,(list likf  inn-get' from the district and was.  louncl on J uls -Sth, '09, ils intrinsic  \alue was about $ioc<>. ' On July  26th Llit- following 3.ear i\j*r. HaiJ-  gau, on 6 below on' Pine, look oui.  one of solid goki, \allied at $470.  In A��2Ust of 1900 0112 -of J.S ov.. IT  w f  dwts.   was  di=co'\ei.ed   by Chirk &.  Sutherland ou Bouldei creek, whickr  was se it lo ihe Paiis 2v>chiJ��r.k>u.    .  Encouraging news 'comes Irons.  Bouklei rreek, wheie work is being  actively pu<-l-e.l b\ a large numbtr  of miners. , Like good mews come*  horn Spruce, between 70 and 1^0,  and consideiable gold is fajding'iu  way lo Atlin. On ,Spruce the  m tier-, are getting the full advantage of a lively war between stoie-  keepers, aud we are informed that  Ogihie's floui i^ Iving delivered at  $3.75 a sack. Sluicing is expected  to be-started ou the ..Ste\endyke  Co.'s pioneity next week. A great  deal oi dead work has lxsendone by  Mr. Wen and his associates, iuclud-  about* 1000 leet of ditching, Soo ft."  of-fluming and tresthug,, together  'with a large storage tank capable of'  containing   10,000 gallons of- \\ ater,  which is so'airanged*"that it-can be  . * *  used as.a .'.' boomer"^1.or^a1, pressul e. ���  box.    An over-shot wheel has alio  been-placed in iiositioift*   The owners  "are  sanguine  of good 'result** *  from  the  season's  op:rations,' and  well do thes deserve-succ.^s.  Pine creek, around Discovery, is'  for the piesent in a kind of demobilized ' state, o.ving- to .the  change iu the water supply arrangements, but it is' confidently hoped  that matters will soon rigut themselves.   ,  The Repoit to the Minisler of  Mines gi\es the following0 abstract  from the leturns ot creeks of this  district showing the number of  ounces of gold on which rovaltv  was paid ou last season :  Pine    4,91s ounces.  Boulder    1 916     ,,  McKee  ,1,733     ,.  Spruce      1,699     ..  /Wright      1,068     ,,  .    Outer        122     ,.  Graham        19     ,,  Biich .*-.. 15  Total  11,490     ,,  This amount may be taken as a  lillle better than one quarter of the  gold actually won from the district,  as miners aie not over keen to pay  taxes on their hard earned gold if  they can manage to get out without  paying the ioyalt.%.  An excursion ��vill be held-tomorrow on the Scotia, lound Goat and  Coppei islands, leaving Atlin at 1  o'clock. All those who have taken  this trip before say that for beautiful scenery there is not an equal on !  the continent.    Dcrn't mis*., it.  ,1 I  ��� A  ;f  ' " ifa  , 1   h  ,   -Is  ���"       ' v*'��.��  *    * ' It-*  - i ' \S X "ff*"  <>'   F4L*  f \4t j?�� *, 1  *���    "A.  k  , %  '* *  ���if $  y>i  ���; "'1  -**<i  !"i  4\  ���   i-la  *;  i'i  -1  is  )  , * IV **���* ***rxJi'^-t.  ?Z?y*"~ -;- rfr-^-*^"  * 7f^s?>^>*^-f> pn:  V-" "'  j..*,  ���.;**.**J*i/i��,_.  , ,^jiar.iUJ t._ A4 a^.wxiij^Atwg;  >' I  fir  ���1*  I,  ATLIN,  B.C., SATURDAY; JULY,, 13,   root  ��� /;  >ri  f.-. V  ,^/h  fell/  il��5 >*',[���  Y&   -,  ll-lt.?  s��  tee-i.  I-V '!  Jt'lY-  IS**- '  H* )   .  *����� \  "-.   ?  !���' 'M  ���tegs.  ifefe  If11-?  l��^  |($��  at*!''  I1!  ft-  If  Br  m  lli". *  II-! *  l&r ���  ItfC'-f ���  it", 1  Jrv*!  ,'V I  IM'  Is  /  fl'J  J, I'  .-���;  IV !���  If'-*  if-j1  The Aflui. Claim*  a  morula-;  I-V  Published   every    Sutm-duj  Tin: ATijiN Claim  Puiii<isiiinci Co.  A. C. IIiiischi-t.i.i), Editoii.  Offlpe ol public-ill ion Pearl St., Atlin, 11. C.  Advertising ralci maile known on aiiplica-  tion.  The subscription price is ?B n >pur payable in ailvanei*. No p iper vv ill be ilelivei-ed  unless this condition is complied w it It.  Saturday, Jui'.y 13th,   1901  11K  Ax  unfortunate  climax has this  week occuned on Pine creek whereby work   on   the ' benches   of that  creek have  been seriously retarded  by the closing down of the Sunrise  water  ditch.    It is not  for us to sit  in judgment "upon   any   party   or  parties or upon the officials ��� these  latter have no judicial  powers���in  connection   with  the  action taken,  but we cannot refrain  from expressing our   contempt   for   those who  may be responsible  for the present  * state of affairs.' It is said that had the  order, first made by the Gold  Commissioner,   ordering   the     Sunrise  ditch   to   remain   closed,  l>een en-  ���    forced, over 100   men   would have  been thrown out of employment, but  that     upon the representation of a  strong delegation of miners affected,  Mr. Graham modified this order allowing  water to be  taken fiom the  ditch, provided  it was not used under  pressure, pending a decision of  the court,  c      In this, as  in other matters pertaining   tor the Placer Mining Act  and the" Water Clauses Act,   much  is left to the  discretion of the Gold  Commissioner, in   that he  use his  judgment towards the  most  satisfactory and equitable way of meeting  the  requirements of individual  cases.    In  our   opinion   we would  have  considered  the greatest good  to the   greatest   number  and have  acted   accordingly,   taking chances  upon the proper judicial authorities  upholding us in open court.    Much  expense and   dead   work  has l^een  done by the   individual   miners  in  contemplation   of   drawing    water  from the Sunrise Co., both for sluicing and piping, and surely, if water  could  not be sold  b}- the company  it would only have been in common  fairness to have so advised the company or the individuals.    In which  case     other    arrangements   might  have   been   made   or the company  ���might have asked for and  obtained  special privileges.  If the companies which have expended large sums of money in the  camp and are anxious and willing  to do everything iu their power to  assist the individual Id get worked  out, are to be handicapped or shut  down to gratify the whim of a few  sore-heads; the prospect is a poor  one for the obtaining of much  needed capital, when there is apparently no protection to those  who are anxious to push the development of the camp.  It is devoutly to be hoped'that  amicable arrangements can be arrived at in tbe present trouble before material damage is done. Tbe  camp has had far too much of litigation and too little mining, and  the sooner the hatchet is buried the  sooner will that which legitimately  belongs to us be ours ���our grubstakes.  MINING- INDUSTRY  Of British Columbia Progresses  -   ,       Apace.  The Official Report of the Minister  >  of Mines Shows Some Gratifying: Returns,  JI; ?ra$er *- go.  SUCCESSORS    TO  P. P. CO.''      v   First Street, Atlin.    '  For Staple & Fancy Groceries  PROVISIONS,  Tchaccos and Confectionery,  Prompt A ttention to Brderst&~Give us a call.  1 Tin-: Annual leport of the Mini  ster of  Mines for  the   Province  of  British .Columbia Jiasjust been received.     The   ptogress  of  mining  durine last vear shows a most satis-  .    -     i  factory growth, the various branches  of the mining industry have in-  cieased' in pioducliou from 10 to  206 per cent over the previous year,  though placer' gold shows a decrease of 5 per cent. This, it is  staled, is due to the heavy'falling  off in this district.' In 1899 the  cream of the placer gold in this district was skimmed off from the  shallower -workings, leaving only  the deeper workings, which will,  generally speaking, require to ,be  worked by hydraulic methods.  The total mineral' output for the  year amounts to '$16,344,751, an  increase of almost $4,000,000 over  1899. Klsewhere extracts from the  Report will be found.  The concluding remarks of the  introduction to the Report are  worthy'* of reproduction -and the  moral may l>e applied as well to  Atlin as anywhere else in the Province:  CONCERNING   PROSPECTS.  While production must be the  ultimate measure of our success as  a mining community, yet but a  small portion of the energy of the  country is emplo\'ed in a class of  mining which is at the present time  productive. Every accessible- section of the Province 'is being "prospected " more or less thoroughly,  and man}* sections are being developed with good promises of success, while still others which are  known to\contain valuable mineral  must neeescarily lie dormant until  the growth of the country provides  sufficiently good transportation  facilities to enable them to be opened up.  Prospects are "promises," and  the degree of faith placed in their  fulfilment will be measured by the  manner iu which our mines���the  prospects, of a few years ago���are  now fulfilling the promises then  given. _  The statistics show what tlie.se  mines have, during the past year  (1900), paid  back  in principal and  interest to" the lenders of the money  l'or their development.  The total amount so returned  was, in 189S, 56,529,420; in 1899,  $6,75 -,604; and iu 1900 reached  the sum of $10,069,757; an increase  of 49 per cent over 1899, and 54 per  cent over T.S98. ,  Prospects may be said to borrow  money on promissory notes and,  unfortunately, many "promising  prospects" have failed to meet their  obligations, with the result that the  capitalist can only be induced to advance money by the expectation of  a high premium and a large rate of  interest on the loan.  In   consideiation   of   such  high  AND HOTEL  FINEST EQUIPPED-HOTEL IN THE NORTH..   EVERYTPIING  CONDUCT!',!".)  IN   FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  V' Frearoh ReteSaisvant in Connection  Rick & Hastie,   Proprietors,    David Hastie,  Manager.  Corner of First and Discovery Streets.' _     -  *    ���  J  '"'J  Alask,  '; Ynl|  - i  F o I c ij.  Importer  of General' Merchandise  iVIiriers'    Supplies  . ' .   OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY ���*  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN.  B.   C  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Pool ana Billiards ym,'  Burton,   ProJ>s.  Afiin Lumber & Mining Co,  A. T. Baker   -----     Manager. <  Lumbering in all lis Branches.  Branch Office at Pne.  SkagwaJ  1  ���0*O��m>O<(|  Photos t.4  and"/p  tb  <$ ����������������� jl  j  Over   **0(Jl  Sclcij  . ATLIN BREWING Co.  brewers oe steam and lager deer,    none but THE '  best inqrediemts   used in the manufacture   oe  our beer.the only brewery in the arctic regions,  orders promptly filled for all parts of the yukon  territory and northwester!^british  columbia.  A T LIN,   B. C.  Thermal ��� Vapour  >C BATHS 0\  Troy LauHdry & Bath House  Luku St., bet  Runt anil Watscni Am-.  C. H. Corns. Prop.  ,GO' TO THE  J. L. MUNRO, Proprietor.  ,u  D*����K(*��*)  FILMS  Developed  -i-a  Mall   Oriil  At|  Vancouver  General  Store.  CARR1KS A FULL LINE OF  GENERAL MERCHANDISE  A. S. Cross & Co  1st. Street Atlin.  BROWNLEE &1JWRY  J. II. Brownlee, P. L. S., 0. I. S.  It. C. Lowry, A. M. I. C. T.  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  and Surveyors.  Pearl Street, Atlin, B. C.  Adjoining Ihe Leland Hotel.  W. G. PAXTON,  NOTARY   PUHLIO.      '  OI-'I-'IOK:-Pearl St root, opp. Post 0(lk-e.  All Kinds   of Mining Pan rs  Mad  Out*   Spvhi-uI years' practical   cxpei-ionce.   MEL VANCOUVER.  A. G. M  Atlin Ciy  AT |  Ctfflt^fftftftf**;!!  llliST   LIQUORS  GOOll    Ar'(.'O.\IM0!lA'lI0N  C'OKKECTMJ.N.  S. JOHNSTON  *   01 OAKS  -  Hr.bTAUHANT  Proprietor.  Goad Stubliag for Hurwi ftuJ .Disss.  H  l  i  .(  ���1  .i.l  .-nwr-r. ���.,_-���-..-���. ���^w^,^^y-���y^^-^sKa.r: 7^-g^g-g:.';i-gf*F.,-.���-..��� ��� ---; ���zm^mmJSb7asSammmmA*mmtmmmmm M
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ATLIN,   P. C , SATURDAY, JULY,  13,  1901.
DEU.FES   ix
Call on us for Prices.
.Shelf   airsd  'Heayy ' Hardware,
SOIE   AGENTS   FOR >       ""r ,      ,
GIANT   POWDER    CO.   Con.,   of Victoria,  B.   C
40 and 60 per-cent Dynamite in 25 and 50 pound Cases.
'      J
1    I
I    'I
Cor. of PEARL and FIRST ST., ATLIN, B. C
premium and late of interest the
lender .must, .necessarily expect to
make losses in individual cases,- but
if, in a series of transactions, the
principal and a fail lale of interest
is returned, then this form of investment must be considered a piofitablc
one, and that it is ho piofitablc'is
found by those who investigate
the matter. '
These " notes " of the piospects
have, however, to pass thiough the
diands of pronioteis who, too often,
not content wilh a legulai commission, 'raise the. " notes ", or add on
such a premium that but a small
percentage of the oiiginal loan is
available for the development of the
prospect. 1
A prospect which get*-, kay $10,-
000,- might pay back such loan
'doubled or trebled; but why should
it be saddled with a debt of $1,000,-
000 and expected to pay this back
with interest ? Is it any wonder
that a prospect like this becomes a
failure?   f  . f  ' ,",'"''
Why should mining investment
not be entered .into as would:anv
commercial business — only after
seiious investigation5
If the investing ^public—the* real
lenders of the money to the pros-
pects — would exercise ordinary
business caution aud see to.it'that
the nioue}- for the stock they buy is
used as it'should be—on work aud
not to fatten ^the piomoter—there
would be more successful working
mines in the Province today. ,
Our well-e.inied siesta was mdely
disturbed on 'Sund'aj last by the
ominous ciy of Fiie ' Pne ' About
3 o'clock flames weie seen issuing
fiom Rant & Jones' office building
on Peail street. In a very lew minutes alter the alaim was sounded
the engine was iun to the lake and
a steady' stieaiu pom ing on the
burning'. building.   'The   fiie   was
piactically, extinguished within
half an hour after, the alarm was
sounded,'but considerable damage
was done to theinteiiorof the building, amounting to over $300.
Certificate of Improvements
■RJOTI01-, is heiob\ triw-ii that I, P I* Scliar
suhnudt, K M C No H!M7', Societal-' o
Tlio Gleaner Miiu'u<- iv .'lilling Co. Ltd. Lin.
I* M C, No. :i.!l!l, intend, Si\t\" dais twuii date
hcicol, tn upph to tho Minintr Recorder foi
a Coi tillcatp ol Improvements, lor tho pui-
poso oi oht'iiuuu; a Crown Oi-aut upon the
lollow inn dcsei died Minpi al Claim
1 be Mwisotis Miucial Claim, situate in thp
Atliu Mining Diwsiou o'f Cassiar Disti ict ami
located on Taku Arm, about one milo south
ot Sheep Creole .uid throe thousand (.1000)
leet 11 om the w .itei s ol Taku A
Ami luithei take notice that action, undp
Suitiou 17, miisr be   commenced   hefoie   the
issuance   ol   such   Certificate   ol    Ini]iro\e-
nients ,
Dated this Twenty-second day of June, 1001.
P  l". ScHAiiscHMiui, &ec\
Have We Not the Blue Lead ?
-"sTOTTCL is heiebj j-non that &i.\t> dius
filter dato I intend to nppb to the Chief
Commissions of Lauds and WoiKi for pei-
mission to puich.ise tbe lollow nip. desorihed
tiact of land in the Atlin .Mining Dmsiou ot
Cassiar, II. C . lommeiipiiifr at a post planted
at the S E couiei otDisco\eij stieet at its
junction with Discovers load, about o.ic
mile fi om Atliu, and mm ked 'L P Queen's
N'W.coinei post," thence south 10 chains,
thence east 10 (-hams thence north II) chains
theneo.west 10 t hums to point ol eomiiieni-e-
meiit, containing 1U0 acies more or less.
June l'Jtli, 1901     i L. P   QLELN,
  ^ I	
" j: B. NORTON. & o.,
'     .     BOULDER   CREEK,
Certificate of improvements
■jVfOTTCE is hereby -fiven that T, P P Schai-
scliinidt, FMC, No BM7-1, Secretin's of
The Gleaner Mining-& Milling; Co., Ltd. Lia..
JE-SIC, iNo SUM, u.tend.Si\t' du>s from date
heieof, to applvto the Minins*-llecoider tor
a Certificate oi Tmpro%eniout-5, for tlie pui-
pose ot obtaining- aCiown Grant upon the
loIloHiiiff desci ibed Mmeiul Cluiiii:
Tlie Taku Chief .Mmeiiil Claim, situate in
the Atlin Mining- Division of Cassiar Disti let
and located on Taku Ann and adjoining .the
M>osotis Mineral Claim on the noith end
Axd further take notice that action, nuclei-
Section 117, must be commenced befoiothe
issuance of such Ccitilicate ol Impro\e-
Dated this Twenty second daj of .1 line, 1901.
, P. F. SCHAHSf hmidx, Spcj.
Goods at Atlin Prices—!-1 eijrhtinp; Done
Lo.ne OkIpi s at Pillman's.
The famous Blue
fornia, which was
miles long upon   an
Lead of Cah-
a diift sixty
ancieut riverbed, yielded upwards of $600,000,-
000, or an average of $10,000,000
to the mile.
If- all   indications are true, such
1 another proposition "is uot unlikely
to   be     paralelled   in the Horsefly
country of Cariboo.    According to
Provincial   Mineiologist Robeitson,
"it would   appear   that   Atliu has
two distinct 'runs'"of gold."    The
first seems   to be associated  with a
peculiar yellow  gravel.    The  gold
from this run appeals to be of higher value than   that of the later iun,
and  has a peculiar   reddish   tinge.
It would appear that this paitieular
run passed   over   Spruce cieek and
probably       through      Stevendyke
gulch, as well as over a considerable
portion of Pine creek, from Steven-
dyke up   nearly  to  Surprise  lake,
particularly ou the southern side of
Pine creek.    The  second gold run,
which was  accompanied  by bluish
gravel, seeiu.s   to  have   come from
the direction of Boulder  aud Birch
creeks and to have also extended to
McKee creek, the gold being bright
but not as   high   grade.    This run
also seems   to   have   been-local, as
indicated by the deposits. |
Pine City, B. C.
'   Has the Best Equipped Bar.
The McDonald   Entei tuinmpiit   Hall in Connection
* A    11    M< Do*.ai.ii, Pi op
ALL Rag-giico stoipd with   Mini head Ibos ,
Spriue Junction, in tlie If.ill ot -'i'i, if not
culled for in ..0 dm s w ill   be  sold  to pa\ foi
this notice and other charges. jc!2-4t
Certificate of Improvements.
Bolmer & Parrot,
Livery Stables.    ,
Saddle Horses, ' Buggies,   Road
Carts, Pack'Horses for'Hire.
Stagas   Leave   Atlin    forr Discovery
Daily from the Royal»Hotel.
J^TOTfClv is herein jrneii that Ri\tj day*
after date I intend to apph to tho Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following described
truer of hind. Commencing- at a pout planted
011 tlie shoie of Taku Arm, about half a mile
Lust oi the mouth of Wan mer, thence
south one mite: thence west one mile;
thence north one mile, more or less, to tho
shoie of Taku Arm. thence following- tho
shore of Toku Arm to the point of commencement. '        >
Mai 30th, 1901. 2m-jl
Swiss  Watchmakers,
And  manufacturing jewellers.
All kinds ol nugget work executed w itli
neutness and dispatch. .
First st.  next to Vancouver General Stora
Joe Palmer,     ^   *
Repairing and Soling Rubber   Boots
'    A Specialty. -
T^TOTICE is hpieb.* unen that T, P F Schui-
schnndt, PSICNo. H74. Secretin j of
tlie Gleuner Mining A. Milling Co , Ltd. Lia .
K M G. No "11.1, intend, Si\.t.\ dajs tiomdiite
hereof, to uppij to the Mimii-f Eecoider for
a Certificate ot fmpiovements, foi the purpose of obtaining a Cion n Giant upon the
follow mir described .Mineral Claim —
The Lake View Mineral Claim, situate in
tlio Atliu Miniujr Division of Cassiar Distiict
and located on Taku Ai m, und bounded on
the south bv rlie Taku Chief Mineial Claim.
Ami further take notice that action, under
Section .IT.must be commoiiced betoiothe
issuance' ot such Ceitihcute of fmpio\e-
Dated this Twentv-second daj of .Tune, 1001.
' P. I-1 SciiAU&oiniiDl, Secj.
J. KIRKLAND, - Manager.
First-class dining room
And Elegant Sleeping Rooms.
lyfOTICE is heiebj frnen that all baK-ju,;e
stored iu mj premise-, in Atlin, B, Q, not
called tor in .10 da}s, w ill bo sold, topaj for
stoinjff chaiups and the publication ot tins
until o, JLMUIE UEGAN,
J^-OTIOI. is lioroh\   «iv«-ii
uttei   date,   I   intend
tiiat Si\tj d.»\s
to appl\ to the
Clue! Commissionei ol Lands and Works for
pci-iiussion to piiu-liaso the follow mg described tract of land iu the Atlin .Mining Di\
siouofCitssi.il District li. C: Coitiineiicuij-
at a post Marked • L J Hughes' S W. Coi-
ni-i Post," planted ou tho 1101 tii side ot Hip
Atlinto i-nei. about iimi milo liom Taku
Cit\. tlioui-e noi ill 10 chums thence east 10
chains; tlieiicn south lllcluiins: I hence west
■IU chains to point (of commencement, containing Kit) acres, nitii-c or les*.
Ii.,1. MllOIIK.S.
Atlin, U. C, Jiiiiii-.Tith, 1001. jh-ili-Iim
jyfOTICU is iii-n.-by trivon that Si.sty days
ul't'or dale I intend to apply lo the Chief
Commissioner of Lands anil Works for permission to piii-cluisi! tin- follow-in-,- described
tract of laud : Commencing- at a post situated
ou tlie shore of Taku Arm about one half
mill! north of the mouth of Atlinto River,
thence oust .10 chains: thence south 10 chains:
thence west 10 chains, more or less, to the
shore of Taku Arm: I hence, follow-in!,- the
short; of Taku Arm, to (lie point of com-
meuconipiit. AllTIIUI. C.  DICK.
June 11th, J'lOI. j.v(--:!iii
A. Orunich, Proprietor, t.
Opposite tlie Rojal Hotel, I?irstSt.
Fresh'Fish ahvaj's ou hand.
Hydraulic   and   Other   Companies
Supplied at Wholesale Rates.
George E. Hayes, Proprietor.
First and Trainok Strkhts.
> This Kirst Class Hotel   has   been   remodeled and refurnished throughout
i and oil pis tlie bent accommodation  to  Transient or Permanent
J Guest-,.—Anieiicau and European Plan.
^ Finest   Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars*
I Billiards   and   Pool.
Finest  Wines,   Liquors  and   Cigars.
Furnished Rooms by the Day,   -
Week or Month.
MINING BROKERS & COMMISSION AGCNTK, IS'- [���  f:t4' -  l)'A-\  Ily?..':    i  ���H-lMtf ."vr m*-- I, > -s-j  7Jn   f!f  Vkla^jiviaLi^jrUr^yvml  I*,.*t **^**A'4��-*4l-l1U,^��wl]1!l-(pJ^,:'_>  ���J^i��W   T-ftSB-yA J&J.'lWJCrtJiJ-ifi   fc(fc-C:  '-��^��Ma-?.ta��wv��,<t,��*  .mas- ���*��?*��� ^m^h jm*^..��w��w  |.,ti*),  .'I-1-  |y. I  I)  Vhi  !*'  a  I   !  ,��  ATI  flyi  B.C..  SATURDAY, J FLY,   13.   1001  The Pioneer   Store.  -'  l'IN'i:   CITY.   15. c,  CARKIUS  A   rill.L   LINE  OK  Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Gents' furnishings and Miners' Supplies.  G.  D.  NEWTON  &   GO.  ,  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Church  of England:  St. Mai tin's (llniroli. por. Third and Trniii-  or ".tri-ols. Sunday .services, Matins at 11 a.  in., Evensong 7:!I0 p. m. Coh'bi'.u ion o! Hols  Communion, 1st Siiiidn-. m each inoiitli anil  on Speciiil occasion*. Sinulm School, Sunday al �� n. m. Committee Meetings, 1st  Thursday in eni-h month, i  lii��\. P. L. StPplUMis'iii, l-tector.  St. Andrew's Pi-p-.liytei-ian (.'liurch hold  services in tlio Church on Second Sti-i-i-t.  Moiuiug service a1-11 ovening si*r\ii-p 7:.III  Siiudin School at the close ol tho morning-  s��i-\ii-p.     I'ev. J. Pi ingle. Minister. ���  LETTERS TO THK EDITOR.  Rev. Father Le Chesne, O.M.I.,  of Vancouver, was one of the arrivals by. last Sunday's boat. He  is going to take up his residence in  Atlin for the summer, aud we are  pleased to welcome the feveiend  gentleman amongst us. Father Le  Chesne said mass in the school  house on Sunday forenoon, and  will say mass at McDonald's Hall  tomotrow. For the next - tvio  months mass will be said every alternate Sunday iu the school house  at 10 a.m. Father Le Chesne will  be glad'to see " his' friends ,at any  time in his rooms iu the Grand  Hotal.    ( -'   ,    '  Avoid'all aches and pains"by taking a Thermal ' bath at the Trov  Laundry.  Postum Cereal at Eraser & Co.'s  Fresh fruits and vegetables arrive  on every steamer  for E. L. Pillman  & Co.  A Cliaud Ball ��� will be held on  Tuesday evening next in the Grand  Hotel, under the auspices and in  aid of the Fi'-e Department. No  pains are being spared by the committee to make the dance a success,  and a pleasant evening is piomised  to all. The cause is one worthy of  support aud there is little question but that there will be a large  gathering. Mr. F. Victor Austin,'  one of Victoria's noted violinists,  will favor the company with selections on his favorite instrument during the evening.  Fishing tackle for tlie sportsmen  and for others, if they want it, ;U  Fraser it Co.  Mr. A. C. Mohan,- well known  iu Atlin, accompanied Mr. Moiris  Inspector of the Hank or" Commerce,  to Atlin thi.*> week. They left for  Dawson by Thursday's boat, where  Mr. Moffalt will he stationed.  A  CHALLENGE,  Dear Siu:���We, the Spruce  Creek, Base Ball Team, beg to  challenge the Atlin "team to play a  friendly game of base ball ou.Sunday, 2ist inst, either in Atlin or  Pine City.    Yours truly,  Si'iu'CK Ck. B. 13. Cluii.,-  Al. Bloudeau. Mgr.  Pine City, 13. C, 8th July 1901.  ,-A   DENIAL.  Dear Sir':���A report is prevalent about the district that t am the  author of a communication which  recently appeared in your paper, ft  is sufficient 'for me to say that I  have never, directly or' indirectly,  by suggestion or otherwise, had  anything to do with any communication which has appeared in your  paper during the last six months' I  have never sent a letter to the press  to which I was' ashamed^.or afraid  to sign my name.. I do not usually  notice "bum" gossip; but as this  report has been used to hiuder,my  work as arminister, I am constrained to say it is a lie. Yours, etc.,  John- Pk ingle.  Atlin, B. C, Juiy 13, 1901.  immings  LADIES  &  GENTS"  FURNISHINGS  The  Largest  Stock  and  Lowest  Prices in the  Camp.  Boots and Shoes.  STOCK   OF   "GOLD ���SEAL"   RUBBER   BOOTS.  The Latest Styles in Hats--  ,  ''       OUR   PRICES   ARE   BARGAINS. ' /  Atlin   and    Discovery,   B. C,   and   White 'Horse,   Yukon.  HOTEL  9  *�����>*  .   E.   ROSSELLI,  Manager.  Corner Pearl and'First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  This- New   and   Commodious' Hotel was opened lo the Public, April  iiilh, 1901.���Everything in it is New.���Strictly First Class..  CHOICEST WINIS, LIQUORS AMU IWARS CASf. GOODS A SPICIALT.V.  &  P.   BURNS   &:;GO.,  Dressed Meats and Fish.  .ATLIN   AND  'DISCOVERY.  V ENDO'MEy HOTEL.  l-'or the   famous   Lubecke Sliced  Potatoes call at Fraser & Co.  The sympathy of the community  is extended Ip Rev. Mr. Pi ingle,  who by recent advice was advised oi  the death ol his father, Mr. Geo.  M. Pringle, an old aud respected  citizen of Gall, Ontario, at the  worthy old age ol'.Sj.  J. A. Fraser &. Co. have onc-of  the largest aud best selected stocks  ol pio\i-ions aud delicacies thai  can be had, and they are well pre-  LOST-���A Black Tailor-made  Jacket was lose on' Monday, 3rd  inst., in Atlin. Finder will please  return it to^ this office and greatly  oblige.  Dr. G. Lewis' office hours are:  Atlin: H a.m. till 2 p.m., and G  p.m till 10 p.m.  Discovery: 3 till 5 p.m.  Fishing Tackle and flies at Dockrill^ ct Bom ue's.  'Fresh lancy biscuits at E. L. Pillman & Co.  Mr. J. K. Firth, representing the  Joshua Heudy Co., of .San Francisco, spent .Sunday und Monday  last in Atlin, looking over the prospects of the district on beh&ll ol"  hi*, com par-y.  Are }ou going to build or make  alterations?--If so, see Olive. Men  always on hand.  Lubeck's famous German sliced  potatoes at Fraser & Co.'s, admittedly the best iu the market.  Take your prescriptions to Dockrill & Bourne's.  Donl miss hearing F. Victor Austin ou the violin at the Fireman's  Ball on Tuesdav eveni g.  Oil baize, floor oil-cloth and  house-lining, very cheap and good,  at Fraser <S: Co.  Atlin Lodge. No. 15, A. O. U.  W\, mee'.s in the Atlin Claim  Block, on the second and' fourth  Wednesdays ol" each month. Sojourning brethren are cordially invited lo attend.  Furnished rooms to rent���apply  Hotel Northern.  S.iui'jles-of a   very   fine chee*-e,  Choicest Wines. Liquors & Cigars.  FREE BOWLING ALLEY.  Rooms and-Beds"  Best-Liquors and -Cigars  W.J. SMITH,       -  ��  BUILDER  A Nil  CONTRACTOR  ESTIMATES   (J I YEN OX   ALL  KINDS OF WORK.  FLA XS A X DSPECIFICATIONS  k  sps:.;ialty  BRICKS FOR SALE.  OFFIOE;   Third Street, Atlin.  NEXT TO CIUIKCH Ol'   KM1I.AN11.  ,THE   GOL,  *   DISCOVERY,   B. C  HOUSE,  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Month.  AMERICAN    AND    EUROPEAN    PLAN.  .1. Li: vi'HKHiiai.k, Pioprii-tor.  TYS-wnn   Ri��r.? ' F,ae' ncA Four-Horse Sarriloijo leaves this Hotel at:  l^lXOn   -LJ-O**- Sii.iii.. lJ.XO'i.tii. mid .l.i'i-loclifiir Atlin.       -  Shelf'andHesivy Hardware,  Ni-w nml Swoml   Hiuiil  'I'm iiml Orniiitt* Wnro. Iron  Stpt-I, Pii-Us. Slio\pK imcl illiu-ksniith's  Cunt, (limit Puwilpi-. {'mis, I'iisc uutl Viikmi Stoves.  Goods   lioiiqlit   Sold   anil   Exchanged.  .1.  Fish,  C. DOELKE..,.  / FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Game   in   season and   home    made   Sausage.  NOKTIIICRN   HOTKL   BUILDING,    FlK.ST   STKKKT.  g. 1-;. 11 iv r.-,.  .1. G. CoKNI'.l.li.  pared to compete with all comers j manuf-ic'.ured by the Crown Cheese  and meet the lowest legitin-ate Co., of Y;.ucouv��jr, have beeu re-,  prices th.it may be offered. Their ceived by J. A. Eraser & Co, which  goods are all   fresh, new  and go.;d,   in flavor and  quality compare very  and   their   aim is  n* it nhvav,  {.le'.n,  xiv 1 I  t<  1 h.i.HtiC <j:ih the l-  J..'i*'t;   their   p-ll"OIU)  ���st -*nodi  the v.��.-?i  ; lavjracly witn tne  I chcov'.     [i.   i*i  ���< ?r  ,1  d'.id   slrx-ld   find a lcj.dv  ���nui'.il AiC 1 ,a'en, .->  1  f.��.. ...;L., j  " r*  I  t;ic!  11..  Discovery.  opf:n day and night.  __ 1  FIRST-CLASS RESTA t-RANT  IX  -.11--  PINE TREE MOTE  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling  O.K.  Ku. Sasiis. PropviPtor.  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  IVxIr  ��� .  =tnue   I 1  I-. LINK Pfip.  No�� oi-i-i'iij tlii-ii  nrv   nuartprp noict  it f!i   aniili 1 1 K. N. A.  First ftrrot  I P'.i- in III i-ii.Mii-, UK- pqunll ��� 1= cnn-1 m folittrii  un-.*     ".-<(-,*.   Euti mjcp Sor la.flip-*.  .^.rf.^^-U,, --j^;;  1*'***r*t"n***'r*'rt3lMi*'<rtmuntft\' fnn mi*  ������h^-SOfS-ih��^Mi&itu)i


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