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The Atlin Claim 1901-07-06

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 4;n.  i i *  i'  'V,  Jiflero-offCS?  4  ���-<>T  VOIv.  A'' UN, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY, 6,   igor.  NO.  103.  THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED S'7jCK OE GENERAL  MERCHANDISE IN AT' IN.  Staple  and Fancy Dry Goods���A Nice' line of New York  Millinery Just i'i.       /  Tha Best Over-shirt In the IV-csrket, $2.5<Qi��  Woollon Underwear i*i '3est Grades.  '373*2 'Best Kine of Show-, Ssu the !YJ*M'tevC��  &sm��   Qtia��&e58��y >S��@"j}k ��� is .��8<8i%i)p!Js��&��  0G1LVIE FLOUT-!, $&.2S per sack.        test Brick Bestirs*, .40  per lb.  ���'    CLIMAX   T0L*r"���'JC0, $1 alb. \      -  ,   Canned Roast Beef, Corned  Beef and Ausiiahan Mutton  -   -   *        50 cents per tin. N  Canned Coin,  Peas, Beans, Ci en 1,1 and Reindeer Milk, $2.75 per dozen.  ;   '" BLACK ETT. &'CO.     '  IRON; STORE,   'Fire,  and Trainor  Streets, Ailui,. B. G  lie imm:M\ sank w loEmiercei  CAP7AAL    PAID   UP   SS, 000,000.  Branches of the Ea'i.c at Seattle, ' - '  ,   San Francisdo,  Portland,  -.   -   y -        Skagway, etc.  *���    v -      frxGhattgae sold on all Points*  ColdDus'* l'ukcuaskd���Assay Office in-Connection.'  "J.-S. MUNRO, Manager.  , . PRICES  ALWAYS 'AS   LOW  AS  THE  LOWEST.  i   y, ...      J      i  Post Office, Discovery,   ^  FOR   O^OCERIES' AND   MINERS'   SUPPLIES.  Hy Team Delivcis Goods -_ - "reeks iteqciiarly.  '  Pi ices as Above,  m  TIE -rGOTENAY 'RESTAURANT  STRICTLY   [UliOI'UN   PUN  P..   L.    BOOTH, , Proprietor.  Open Dili -xnil Nip-lit  riwetr interr  SVECIALTIES IN  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.^  Fresh EZrozasi/f CZyv EIpc.jz!, ete*  . ' Chas. Myek, Proprietor.  Good lloonis to Rent���B\  ('.<* Dnj, Week or Month nt l-p.iboimlilf i files.       -  ���Ti  smast  IN  j?��^  SSCAGMAY,   Alaska*        ���-  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  Al.b'l    ir.KXA MS JN  ���^fa-^-s Hay   and   Oats  <&��VG&a  We Hake a Specialty of Perish.iMe Goods and respectfully solicit  Your Mail Or..lors���i*.i:isfaction Guaranteed.  E. W* BICS���LE,   PS.vtary Penhlse,  ACCOUNTANT,   MINING   BROKE..,',   AND   FINANCIAL   AGENT.  Abstracts Prepared and accounts Collected.  Office:���Oi'i'usiri-; Provincial - '.oveunjienv J>-:rr.uiN--.  The ��� Bank - of ��� Briti  l-.sb.ilillbhc<l in lWU.   Jiu-oi-ponitc.   'i> lioiiil Clinrlpi-.  Paid Uf Cafitax. $4 866,G66  Reskrvj* Fund $1,703,333  Head Office iii Canada: Montical. IL Stikevan, Oo-.-jia!  M.  Branches In all the principal cities of Canada, di.d agents in \7V  San Francisco, Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Spokane, .'oston, Clr.c.-j  '    ASSAY QFFS&L'  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on L-.-'signment.  Ouailz Assaying nl Reasonable Rate.* !  mager.  ' i oik,  1 1        Trln  AN EXPERT'S VIEWS.  Aliin's   Prospects" as an  Hy-  >    draulic Camp.  "i  Fred Cook Gives Kis Opinion As To  '    The Future of tlie District���  News From the Creeks.  Wc have been favoured wilh an  inleivicw with Air. Fred Cook, who  is this year employed by theColum-  ,bia Hj diaulic Company as Super-  nilendenl lo iustal its hydraulic  plant ou Spuree creek, tie says  thai he has seen no placer mining  distiict which offeis�� greater oppor-  tin i'ies for extensive hydiaulic cx-  pioiralion than docs Atliu. There  aie, of course, good, bad and indifferent pioperlies in thef distiict, as  may be expected, but he is confident that after thoiough and caieir.il  developments are uiade, Atliu's output will astonish the'world. -Mr.  Cook is known to be very conservative, and does not air, his opinions regarding any^ pioperty without careful examination,' consequently, when he does express himself,-he has--some foundatidi for  what he * saj s, With the enviable record which Mr. Cook has  as"a"rui'irhi"g--en-gineL*r,- -lhe���*uImcsl  reliance can be placed upon 'his  opinion. Certain portions of Spruce  creek, which he has examined on  behali of the Columbia Company,  he considers to be very good, but,  so far, -he has not \Uihied his at'len-  tion below discovery on Spruce,  though he has reason to think the  ground below discoveiy should be  exceptionally good. Mr. Cook is  confident that the district will have  no cause for complain I for want of  capital, as 1 eliable information is  being eagerly sought after by capitalists ready to invest, ar.d this  season may yet see an influx of the  needful.  The plant, which Mr. Cook is  about to instal for the Columbia  Hi diaulic Co., was purchased from  Ihe old and reliable firm of Joshua  Ilendy & Co., of Sail Francisco,  and il will be the most complete  hydraulic plant in the distiict when  installed. Mr. Cook has beeu operating in both quartz and hydraulic  mines for the last thirty yeais and  he says that Joshua Hcndy & Co.  aie the only people who cat 13-nothing but the best machinery.  We note the incorporation, under  the  laws of the Stale  of  Washington,   of   the   Consolidated   .Spruce  Cieek Placers, Ltd., wilh a capitalization   of   $2,500,000.     Chas.   I,.  Denny is  the president and W. M.  Biook��� well known here���the vice-  I president   and   geueinl     manager,  j Th*. properly pioposed  lo be opeia-  ' led consist--, of a mimbei   of   bench  , leases   on Spruce  ciuck, extending  from the neighborhood oi  So below  to 160. The" excessive capitalization  of such slock companies is lobe  condemned as the public are led  into slock speculation instead of  looking lo the properly for returns.  Work on the Pcndugwig Syndicate's pioperty is,progressing favorably, and the rc-constructiorr of the  'Hume and boxes was completed on  Satuiday last. Piping was begun  on the- 30th, and as the boxes are  laid oi^bedrock, the indications are  good for a 'handsome clean-up. 20  men were employed during the pre-,  liminary work. ,  The Atliu Lake Mining Co. is lo  be congratulated ou having reached .  bedrock ou the Biich creel: ground.  Coarse goldjs iu sight and the company's,prospects of ^making a good  showing for the season's woik are  excellent.  On Boulder, ,'wheie the'high  watei did a great deal of damage,  the mineis are gradually making up  for lost time.-.A great deal of money  is looked for _fiom Boulder. The  De Lamare Syndicate is making" the  dm fly in good shape, but no immediate indications of bediock*.  It is rumoured that theie is a big-  deal on to consolidate all the hydraulic K interests on Ottci creek  aud thai, the indication's aie very  favoiable'for the creek to' be worked by one company. Congratulations would >-be.in order to such a  company. .       \  *-' rGold"*Ruu"is ���"practically 'abandon--  ed'lill next winter, though Small  expects lo stay with his ground all  summer. On the whole tbe cleanup on Cold Run has been highly  satisfactory, aud the "following season' is sure to pi ove a good one, as  the gold is known to be there.  $250,000,000   War   Tax   on  Mining.  We have reason to congratulate  ourselves that there are ho wars or  rnmouis of wars iu our "country  when we look al the following despatch :  New York, June 13.���The British Government has decided to levy  $250,000,000 on the Transvaal gold  mines lo pay half the cost of the  war. Sir David Balfour, ex-liuauce  minister for India, who was commissioned lo leporl upon the taxable capacity of these mines, advised Colonial Secretary- Chamberlain, to levy $175,000,000, bill Mr.  Chamberlain, after consultation  with Lord Milner, increased the  maximum to the amount slated.  FIRE PRACTICE.  The Fire Chiefs desiic lo announce that regular practices will'be  held ou Tuesdays and Fiidays of  each week at 8.45 p.m., and the  team is requested lo attend these  piactices regulaily. After the  practice 011 Tuesday next a meeting will be held to make arrangements for lire holding of a ball in  aid oi the Fire Fund.  mi  All  '     '   1  A-V.l  X,  /-  " "--"Si  -1_  " -.-''-ii  -7 t\  *T*I  1 <!���  ,11  il  ~^J^ ' .SK*.  'i  > !'  1    11  ���I  V  -V  y��^-* ���ft.  *A-1,  ���#a  ATLIN, B.C., SATURDAY,-JULY, '6,"  1901  . - * '  iV7"'-  'iV*.1 -   -.  r 'i-'-  w,' - -i  '*,'.  W    '  1/   / j -  h ���'' ���  li, - y    ���  1 *  111','*  IK;. "-  I v,-1   1  !��-:     -  >v  fe--T'  ��� C'-'y'Vi /���  Ji.V*'*-   ' -  ISA- ' '  &.:��  I* ���  * /  Tlie Atlin Claim.  ,    Pulilisliml    every    S.iOirilny   nicii-iiin-;   hv  Till: Ati.i.s Cijajm  PuiiiiibiiiNO (Jo.  A. C. Ilitiaciii'ioi/ii, Km-roit.  Otlii-i- of publication Pearl S-., Atlin, 11. C.  Advert isinj* rate-, iniuli; known on iippliuu-  tlon.  'I'lie Mihsui-ipliuu price is >5 a  jim-.i-   puv-  uhlo in iiilvmice.     No piper will ho delivered  'unless Uiis ������omlitioii is eoinplieil with.  , An extremely unpleasant affair  recently happened in Skagway,  which, we are glad to note, has impartially been taken up,b\ the local  piess. It seems that, according to  international custom, Collector of  Customs   Busby   bad  a  flag   staff  CLOSING EXERCISES.  Atlin's   Public  School Closes  For the Holidays.  A P.le'asin'jf Programme Rendered  By the Children ----- Urgent  Need of New School Building1.  Saturday, July eth,   1901. The  Closing   Exercises    ol   'the  Atlin Public school were held in  the school house On Thursday of  last week in the presence of a large  gathering of the children's parents  the Trustees and the public. A  voiy appropriate programme had  been arranged in which all the  children had a part, and from the  placed 011 the customs building in way the different pieces were ren-  Skagway,   upon   which  lie 1 an the dered great credit is due the teacher,  SUCCESSOR.*-   TO  $  P. P. GO. First Street, Atlin.  For Staple & Fancy ^Groceries  PROVISIONS,  Tobaccos and Confectionery,  Prompt Attention to orders fl&~ Give us a call.  British    (lag,    as  indicative   of the  Miss Smith, for  the care and atten-  the -gi  PINJ&ST -KQUIPPKD HOTKL IN .THK.-N-ORTH.,   FVKRYTH1NC  , CONDUCTF.D IN   FIRST-CL/ASS  MANNKK.  Froneh Restaurant in' Connection  '        '        \       -  '   ���  Rice & Hastie,  Proprietors,   .David Hastie, r Manaokr.  '    '    Corner of First and Discovery, Streets.  customs office.' -Very shoitly there- jtion which she must have taken  after an 'individual, calling himself'in tbe training of the children,  an attorney, pulled down the flag | Addresses were'made by Revs. Mr.  and trampled it in the gutter, claim-! Pringle, Mr. Stephenson and by  ing that Mr. Busby had no right to 'some of the Trustees appropriate lo  display the British flag iu an Amer- j the occasion, and ' severe comments  icfi'h town. ,,_ Unfortunately, this"' weremade upon *the Government  opinion was held by quite a few , for the dilatoriness shown iii con-,  short-sighted ' 'individuals and nection with the building of the  trouble brewed for some time, so' promised school,  much so, that the flag was torn !��� It has been reported that Miss  down a second time. There is little Smith is giving up the school, but  fear of international complications it might be possible, if a concerted  arising, but the ill-ad*-ised action of .effort were made by the parents of  would-be patriotic Americans is j the school children and the Trus-  lniicli to be condemned, and if there , tees, to induce Miss Smith to re-  were any means whereby an example main. The children have progres-  eould be'made of these-bigots for sed so well under" her tuition that a  such a_breach of international cour- great loss would be  felt should she  tes}' they should be used.  We may be pardoned for "advising  miners that the royalty on gold won  is now due and pa} able, and by  failure to report immediately they  lender, themselves liable to a very-  heavy penalty.  We have to ask the public to accept our apologies ior the paper on  which this issue is printed as our  new stock has tailed to arrive from  Vancouver.  THE NORTHERN TELEGRAPH LINE.  The  Asheroft-'xukon Line " Nears  Completion ��� Hazelton and  Port Simpson Connected,  The wire in from Port Simpson  up the Skeena river to Hazelton  was finished about the middle of  last mouth, and the connection was  made ,with Uie wire which will eventually connect with Dawson. Congratulatory messages were exchanged between the citizens of  Vancouver and Hazelton on the  14th ullo.  This portion of the work being  finished, the whole force of telegraph line constructors has been  put on to rush the completion of  the work over the eighty-mile gap  which exists in the Hue about hah  way between Telegiajjh creek and  Hazelton.  The completion of the line from  Ashcroft to Atlin and Dawson is  now but a matter of days. The  telegraphic connection with the  outside will be a uialtei of veiy  great importance lo this cam]  will, undoubtedly, be fully  predated by the public.  'leave Atlin.  The children were each presented  with suitable books, kindly contributed by the Trustees, Revs.'Mr.  Pringle and - Stephenson. Rolls of  Honour were awarded to:' Ethel  Pillman, for proficiency; Bertha  Doelker, for regularity; Irma Blackett, for deportntent. Following is  a list of promotions: To Upper  Fifth, Kthel Pillman; To Lower  Fifth, Jennie McDonald; To Upper  Fourth, Walter Blackett, Eleanor  Wollaston; Upper Third, Maggie  McDonald, Beruiee Blackett, Horace  Fraser, Agnes Smith, Josephine  Doelker; Lower Third, Albert  Durie; Upper Second, Arthur Wollaston, Solly Muscat; Second  Primer, Frank Link.  ore ij.  '  ':   ' Importer  of -General  'Merchandise  Miners'    Supplies  1 OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN;* B.   C  bote's Riis&IL  v     <���*   .     ���  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  / 1 1  Fool -and Biflfyrft free.  , * -  Nxon;- &  Rurtofi,. Pro|>s.  lin Lumber  A. T. Baker   -  Manager.  Lumbering in all its Uraoche��  Branch Office 'at Pine.  Pine City Gossip.  From our Discovery Correspondent,  The  glorious  First and  Fourth,  iyoi, are 'now   matters of history,  but, unlike the people of Skagway,  we do do not say  to  Uncle  .Sam's  "children" "You  cannot  play  in  our back yard."    There vvas a very  fair  attendance on Saturday last to  participate  in   the   annual   double  celebration,   and the various events  of a fine programme of sports were  keenly  contested.    Quite a number  of the prizes were carried of by tlie  Atlin   boys,    Pine   City,  however,  held    up its recoid   in   the ibotba.l  game,  which   was - played , in   the  afternoon,   against   an   Atlhi team,  Pine City scoring two  goals, Atliu  one.    The   game  was a pretty  hot  one, and both   teams  worked  hard  which tlit vie-  There is some  'good   stuff   iu   the Atlin team and  brewers ok steam and eager beer, none but the  BEST   INGREDIENTS     USED    IN   THE - MANUFACTURE    ChF,  OUR BEER-THE  ONLY   BREWERY IN THE ARCTIC RKG.ONS. "  ORDERS PROMPTLY RILLED FOR A3,1.  PARTS OK THE YUKON'  TERRITORY   AND   NORTHWESTKltN    BRITISH    CO'LUMBIA.  A T L I K, B. C.  Thermal ��� Vapour  "V. BATHS T\  Troy Laundry & Bath House  Luk�� St., bet. limit nml Wntson Avis.  C. U. O.iXKlS, Prop.  GO    TO THE  incl I for the nugget  pins  ap-1 tors were to receive.  Vancouver  General  Siore.  CARRIES A FULL LINK OK  GENKKAL MlvRCH ANDISF  A. *S. Cross A Co  Ut. .Street Afliii.  J. L. MUNRO, Proprietor.  Adjoining the Lefend Hotel.  ROWNLEE & WWRY  J. H. Brownlee, P. I.. S., 0. L. S.  R. C. Lovvry, A. M. I. 0. r.  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  and Surveyors.  ���  Peari  Street, Atlin, -P>. C.  . G. 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Nc-iiceSKIM^  yyQyy  :0ertefit^ate':Of'.  wentenzs  ^OTICE'i^liei^iiy'Kiyeii tiiaiyiy  yAi_l^G'o6'tisJut';Ati.ffi  yry77-7^^S'Lpt*yey,Orrters^f��fcy;-r?*.Iljn��i'Ti^*^  ;The McDonald y^  S7S��siE��fti7B^  y~Kyy:y^?0i^  ^LLyI-"ai��e;as^  ^;y^>i-uije^micticVii^  called \ft>rJ'.'".80''d'^  t.liis'ii-6tie^aiid-otliefc'ciiurf?esy)y.v.y.yyje22-.lt'  NOTICE.  iy-X:  *��������  yi^y^McKeeyyereek'SyyMai'ti  iyy lucky attend" fliem.;  ythe7bestyof  /Good ?: Men y Wanteds  Ty-OTIC L Jis hereliy iii veil Jl-tliiit'a 11 bapfxago  i-_-- ";'.;i-?i'*��tirj reiil-iiriny'preiniscujiirAtliiii'B^Ci.iiot::  ���i-a [led'foi-. iii ySUdtiys^wiliybeyMOlditoypayyfor'  ^iVi-agcicharges aiid the- piibiieationVaf this  yii.Vice;--.-'-y:yy:wyyv:yyy;yyyv:y.iiiijixi*yREGiii',yy  ^.}iin^y22.i.iyii90lVfc*^.?y'7^;:S  Pfiysciiiii-y  .Sooretiiry/of.;  .TheyiSleaiie"r.:'Miiiiii^y'&:^  yp;iLC,yKo^3843yyiiitei^^S  hereofj iytii appl^toytliaMiiiiii^iReeprdei^for;  yayCertificateyofyyimproyemen  po8e|_ofy6btaiiiingyya;^  ^follpwiu^'desoi-ibedMineral .Oiainil;-J''';J-';,\*"SS:i  ^riieyTalci^Chiefyjiiiiei-aiyGlaim  .theyAtliti Jliiiinfflbiyisiqn  jauiiylofluteiiyoiiyTal �� liyAj'iii' aiid lad jdi iii ii-j "i tKe'!  ���Myosptis Miiiei;al;Claini"oii;t^  y-'yANUyfiirtlieVtalie' it'otice tjiatyactipii,tuiider"  Seetiou^S'^miistlbeycpuin^iiced^  Issuaiice^prysuelilpei^'ficate  '���nxeiiip.xyyiyyyiiy&y^yyyy^  ^btfteil tlns;Tweuify^ee&  ������fe^t��A^3,*$��S;^  ^PLICATIO^y-FOR x: LAKD.  9,  KG,  W4  xXy;: Tbeyy GeplbgicalySurve>-y'-Deputy  yyyynieiit ofyCanadaywillyspbh';-beycom-  yy pelledytoyoferybeHeriiiducemeiitsto  ; y theyniembersyofyyit^  lose: ally the vbraiiisyityiias splbng  boasted ioL y The ��� latest jneuibej to  desert yytheTaiiks:isyMr;yj.:C;yQ\vil"  liiii, who yiaity fall completed a: two  yearsy surveyypf the "Atlin districts  audjWas lbr; several years a valuable  mem ber of y they sir rveyyyX M r. G wil-  ���lim;:yhas-ici:epted a morey lucrative  position -as consul ring engineer toa  large uuning'.syndicate;operating at  N.elson,'������.B.\C.y Aiuong:other >ucih-  bers u'bo ha\-e resigned: 'yfroni. the  departuieiity cluriiig: tireypasty year  are: "A." 17yLow; vvlio goes;to Labrador    fcir .-..I'llil'idelphia   iroi'.  niid.  steel'v svii'licatc;  ;-c.K  ::r\'  who  ^KTOTICE "is liereWy ,si:iveilythatyySixty' tlays  ..-.' yy Rafter Vdiite.yiy iiiteiitl toyyapiply^oy the  Chief .ComuiisBioner. of Lands aiid Works'for'y  perniissibii'^.to ^purchase -the"fpll6\yiii(j des-,  cribed tract of land iri tlie Atliu Miininif Div.i-y  sioii;6f CaV^iaryDistriuf.TI;  iii;..a-iiost';:Mi>'rUetiyf',li:yy.r:^  iioiyPost,'' plaiited yoiiytiiiiyiiqi-tli side of tlie  Atii'it" i'iyKr- :^.l>01'*-i<f��o^.:'-i'iI''.:-'-!-'o.">iysA!ui.<"!iy  .Git.v.ij.t.luMicn.yiioiM  cliaiiisit.iieiice spiitlii 40 chains; tlience,��;pst,  ���10 c.liuiii.s.;. to-.pointVof .c.<iniiiiciicenient,'c<)ii-'  tiii'uiiiff.'ilSl) acres,ymo]'e.oi-.IesS.yy:,���'���-. 7i*y  y7^y'.'yy::fy i .':.-^;y-7yS:y";'.-:;;-''^.yM'-:-i. hughbk.'^  yy7tiii7H :;o^ j iiiipffitfc  |lfi||P^|ce||||^^  y:;y;|yiCeptifi^te|bry;imp^  ^OTICi^S!hertiJ7B^-^*l'��*^  ,i^:ys<iliniidt7ftMO;:Np7337^r-Seir  the Gleauer��� Miiii.ii'tx[{&iMi 11 iii^(Zo.yLtd;"!Liiy.  l?:JiyC.;Np;y:)-|.t!!,yijiiten!l,:Sixt7day^  liei'eof, to a.iipl.y,to,yt;lie..'.*|LiiiiiiV<Rec.{'i'|i'!ir..f6r.  a Coi';tiiicate:pf .ylniprpyeiiieiits, fin-tlie ])iii���y  pose of. obtaining a Ci-pyiiiyGi-aiit.upoiiy the;  folioiviiij-:.ilesei-iljeriyMiiiei-al CliiiiiilyyXyyy  ':'���' Tlie^LiikeYieVyy. ;Mi.iei-.iiL Gliiiiii;yysitiuiteviiiy  theyAtliii:Miiiiii|r,Diyisii)iipr'C  aiid:lociited pii,* Tiikuy.Arifr  tlie split li by tlieTaku^CIiiefyMiiiei-arClaiiii?..  :*. Anufin'tliex-ytakeyijotice.tliat 'antipii.M.iiicIer.:  Section -87iymustt-'be'C'cbihiiieiuieit'. befoi-eytlfe  isKuaiiceyybf.-siicliyyCertiliiiateNof.-yTiii^  jneutsy yyjxyyyyyyyyxyyyyyy'Y'iyX'xyy  . ;llateclytliisyT\verity-b-ecpiid day of Juiie, 1901.  7^7;7'y-7y7'':^yfeSpHAi^^ y  Gbm  uViss'i  tract  oil 'i: h 'e: slio i-epf yTiilc iiy^S riVi7tiJ*orit-liulf ^i:jmlo  ;East2;of jitlieyinp-.itliyi.bfg'Oiiinyri  ^iithjy:^ie|?|riiile^j7ytlii^ice^  ;theiicey.iibrtiiypiie71'li*-iV'".''^  ysli^i*eyof yTalc'u iArjiii-^  ^a!niyyAK^tpjythe|'i^iiit;'pf\yc&^  si7lSi0O^EPKT!?LUI*^  iV.190i:W^&''^  .'t.....^_^.-.'i v-vv-r*..:..'V^-.?;-"-:  ;.yT;-,..'V.   * .7/--  _���--. A ���! I .in *,flc, '^��F.-*.J�� tV��rw.'. ^.''I'^.-L. L.t m "I,---���^''_'l,"-". jL '_"-' i - __': f . t -' t* --l'-*':-.^L*"*~'-r-r*. -:7^--'-' Ji'-.Jr-r 'i--- -" -*.* -*-,-1 y --. " -,' .*!*.���- -* *-': .������; I'l.*^ L '.~-.:'[ }' iX^'\- y,1--:^' -...l^*-': a 'V --*... H  ^iRepairrngyaiiri.:Sp!)n^Rub^  7iBM^7|Ji|^  ^ii^.|ooffl|||77|iyyp^  llfl^^IRK  ]Firs tyclassyjd inl i'i;  yAn^rElegarit'Slee^  yyvzyviwyMi  y^7'77^'A,y?r''-*'c^ ^ro-y-istn^y y-:^syyy;;yyV;y:y-y  y7y!&0l-l*bs;ite:theyl;li>}-al 'Hotel[/^iyi*stysi7 *sS';y7y;  yyyyyFresh '-Fis hyp way s V oriyl ia:i id 7-; 77yy.  Hydra|iiipyaii^7pU  yy7yi-SuppliedyatyWlio  "77^7Sy  -APPLICATION y FOR/yLAND.  yM-OTICKy is iii-reby';.'(-iy^ii-;Vliii.tysia-'tyvtiiys  y...';:...v.afto'r!iIa:tb'l.:..iiiloiiil to iipjiiy to tlie^Oiiief  iC'pmniiiisioiici' of l.aiids iiin! \\'<)i-lts for.por-  liii.ssionytb pnreliase tiii: yi'ollo>yiiiH dbucriliuil  li-act of lund: (iiiiiitic'iicinw' at,it post situated  cin the-shore of Takii 'Arin about oiie hull'  inile north of tho, iiiuiith (if Atlinto River,  tlieiice oa>t 10 chuiiis; thence south 40 chains:  'theiiuc west. -Ill cliaiiis,more or loss, to the  shore . of Taku Arm; tlicnci', followin-; the  shore of iTtiku Arm, to tlie jioint of com-  inuiicoinent. ''iy- ARTHUR C. DICKv7  ;':'���.!liiio-litli, JflOI.���.-���-.    :: ���'���'/ ���������':-:. '   jy��-2nr  T  vent In 'Ju- Crow's   Nest coaJ fields  for  orui'to  ctiiiit.ili.ilr*;  M. Dell  mU-:1 .1 ���lO-.llld'l   <*  wxy  A yCCJUUT; bfi Assize, Nisi Prills,^ Oyer anil  ������"r.yTpr'iiiiiirr'.'iitiil". General   Gaol Delivery  will lie   liolileii :-i'- the Court Houso at Atlin,  im l'riilayytlin'aitl-;(lay of July, 191)1. ,y  liy Coiiu'-.miil,  A. GAM IK-ILL ItKDDIIi.  lleputv Proviiu-i.il Seen-Taiy.  I'l-oviiicial Srt-r.-tnrj '*. Otfie"  V.  11. i'i a. i.. <-  19..I.  jlllfi-l!  ^'���}:'yyy'X'''::Xyl��yXX  yyx^ryx'-'xU^V  ���"���  :; :y 7 aiidyb.ferstho'l>ei)t uccoitimodatibii 'to  Trnnsieiit bryperiiiatieiityyyy  ���:'/������'.':' 77 ';'.-''yy--^'.yOiieMts.���Anierieaii aiiiiyKuvbiJeaii''.piiiii'.-:fyf.7.y-.^  Finest:::WSnes,-\litsssorsyandy'Gi   j^;Brii;ra-jf!'ds-7  **o-*o-*:o.*c>^p.-i>''o*^  '���'"frXK  & y.  ���ay  ':<>���':."������:���  l.<i'X  ������������;���������'  iV'X  C�� yy  lie E.; G i LLESi'i Ei; !Prp|).  ti  yFinest'^;Winesii'Hl/icjiiors ��� ��� and: ^pigars. '  yFurnislied Rooms by the Day,^   ;V: y    .  xj-i .  W.' WALLACEyGillME7& Co.,  MININi; BKOKrilS & IOMM'SSION ACtMS.  Third Street, Atlin R. C.  E.   S.  WILKIfNSON,  ���SURVEYOR.  P.LS.  Third Street, opp. Covoi-pinciit l'.iiildin(r,  W. WAT,!,A/.T. GRUfK, A^-e-ni.  V~|pM��Mf��VC(f^'lU** -,.  Jl��iwrVB*��.ir��;i tft Mftt-^^,1. i"��- ��� , ,-  l-iAv <  At   '  p-  ->\v;''  ii*7 - -  Iff/ . ,,** I''  f.V< -V . '  ���f-7*,'1 '  K7'? "  f':y/''  ih. -'   < ' ,  .  H7T< *    ,  h!��.'*. i-i*'.  Mj.-..   i        k     ,  Iv.v-'y     ��� ,  )��*-?*...  ���J**4'*--1  lit- ry .-j"*' . .  life*.. -. - - ���  Ist>77 - - ''  i v ^v-7  lit ���" ,-T ' -  -Kl.   ',���'/-      \  ���rV-> ,i -   ��� I  V.' .      ���"     K < '  ,7   7.r-'-'    -     ���'  .#i-v*   '-/   -.   --  Js-i ' /"    ,-- -  |:jSl-'    ' '-   ,<  t, ��� * ' Vs  ,*..? *���- , ,    . ^  toy\v,>' - -.*  ' r  ��77h .- '7  ��?- 7. 7     * 7  flR'-'.^"^"  .**��wy     *��� ,   h   , >��� f  jPsraW,* ��u    *  %^'h'","    '-   *  fax  l��^7  W%^;y      -    ,'*--,-   ���  Ki&Li'u.''   '   ,   '  c*  ' *>' .''! / i  'S v.t-  f>  ATLIN, B.C.', SATURDAY,' JULY, !*-,  1901  7^wrrr^*~77-"'*  ,L.'',' "���''' >* r -<���* ! ,  A     -'    ,  ...    , .-   .   '���  The' Pioneer  Store  i , 7 PLNE   OT'L'V.  11. C., - '    . t  CARRIES' A EULL ,EINE' OE, .     ' '  Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishings and Miners' Supplies.  C*  ��'.  NEWTON &  C@a  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Church of fiiif-lnnd:        -  St. Mai tin's Church, cor. Third and Trainer stt'ents. Sunday s,ur\iees, Matins at 11 a.  in., bvensf/ng 7:!U p. m. - Cclebratum of Holy  Communion, 1st Sunday in each month nnd  on Special occasions. Smid.-i* Sehool, Sunday at :'. p. in. Committeo JU-otiiiy:^, 1st  Thursday in each month. -  llev. V. L. Stoplicnson, Rector.  St. Andrew's Presbyterinn Church> hold  service^ in tlio Church on SpuouiI Street.  Morniiifr service at 11 eveniiif; si>ivici> 7:30  Sunday School at the close ol tlie nioi-uiiiR  sor\ic-e.     Rev. .1. Prinele, Iliuisiev.  Fresh, fancy biscuits at L. L. Pill-  -laan & Co.. - ,.,  Fishing-tackle, for Ihc sportsmen  and for 'other's, if they want it, at  Fraser & Co.  , M. Maurice Clere, Superintend-  , ing Engineer for the Latnare Syndicate, left' for- Skagway this week  i on business connected with the Engineer Mining Co., of which -com-  pari}- he is Associate Consulting  Engineer. He will visit the pro-  perty*oii his_ way back.  Montague Smith, of the Blue Rib-  bonTeaCo.,   was   another of   the  1   commercial   visitors  to Atlin.    He  ,- was well satisfied with his visityaud  booked   quite   a, number of orders  for that Jamous brand:  .    Oil     baize,   floor   oil-cloth   aud  house-lining,  very cheap and good,  at*Fraser & Co." ^   - -    ���  Leather Soled C6ld Seal Boots; a  - fine lire of Navy Blue "Serge Suits,  , cheap al P.iackell & Co.'s -  potatoes , at   Fraser   & /.Co.'s,' admittedly the best in the market  Take your prescriptions to Dockrill & Com tic's. ' ;  ��� i  Lambert 8: Jackson have bought  Rhiucharl's two creek l���claims on  Spruce creek, just below Al^Nichol's,  1 f  t]7 A. Fraser &'Co. have this week  ������ *��� *  received_ a _ very large sliipihenl of  stable andTancj' groceries', augnreul-  iug   their , already  well<4   assorted  slock, so   that' they   are well pre^  pared to  compete wilh  all comers  and   meet 'the    lowest ' legitimate  prices  that--may be offered.    Tiieir  goods arc all  fresh, new  and good,  and   their .aim is, as il always has  been, lo handle only the best goods'  and lo  give  their patrons the best  possible satisfaction.  -   ' * '    *  Capt. John Irving "has been paying the district a visit this" week.  Great Reduction Sale '.of *Ladies'  and Children's Boots, also Men's  Clothing, and Groceries for, this  week only to make room-, for another shipment of goods. Don't  forget the .place ��� Pioneer Store,  Rine City, C. D. Newtoiv&fCo. ' >  ,Messrs. Bromley and Fetherston-  haugh;-* on the'way to McKee creek  this week by-the trail, treed a bear,"  , ���UDIES'&.fiE-NTS   PURNiSlMNQS1    "  . "   _    ,        '    * *    -r - i   i  The Largest ��� Stock 'and Lowest Prices ' in. t the Camp. ,  Boots and Shoes/;  STOCK'-OF   "GOLD   SEAL'f-'RUBBER   BOOTS.  The Latest Styles 'in -Hats'. ; .7" -l  OUR   PRICES   ARE   BARGAINS.    < ,       .     ,.    1  Atlin  'and   Discovery,   B. C,   and   White   Horse,   Yukon. *  ' i     '*  *>      r  '     / '  FliE "Rj  ,1  RF  f   ,     S|  9  ( < ,  r    t E.  ROSSELLI,-Ivlansi-jer.   *  Corncy Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  This- New/and 'Conimodious' Flolcl- was, opened lo tire Public,  April*"  7 i6lh,< rgoi.���Everything in il is New.���Strictly'First'Class.    ' - '-  .      , CliOICESl WINES, LI0UOI1S AND CIGARS US!*. GOODS A S.-EUAUY.  \ i  \  >  URNS-&. CO.  -   ,"   ] -'    " * '  Dressed Meats and Fish.   ,   <     .    .  'ATLIN 'AND   DISCOVERY. -    '  '    ;"     'AI     '  7.  * 7 Acliiv Lodge'. Mo." is, A. O'." 0*!  W., meets inrthe Atlxn Claim  Block,,on, the'second and fourth  Wednesdays of each mouth. Sojourning brethren are cordially, iu-  yiled to attend. There will be an  initiation on Wednesday"next.  Mrs. Harvey and child aud Mrs.  -Anderson'have been spending the  week in town, while their home is  being ftxel up al Taku. Mr. Harvey is agent for the Steamship^ Co.  at Taku.  C. K. de' Witt's 'family have  taken up their residence ou Spruce  creel*:, and with ten of a family the  population of the creek is considerably augmented.  Jack Byrom is now Poit Steward  for the northern steamers of the C,  P. K. Co., stationed at Victoria.  v,..:,;..;Win. Braid, a . prominent  whole-!  --sale merchant,of yyanco.tiyer,:spehty  Wednesday   in   Atliii, y on . his'; way'  y homeyfrpni Dawsouy-; -7-y '7  J3. O. Wheelock has several  meri  working  on   his  hydraulic ground  at 76 below on  Spruce  creek.' ' He  ".   conlemplates putting a plant.onythe  . ground this suminer., ".'1: '.'  .    ;-' ���'  Furnished rooms to  re'.iit'���-'apply  .,,'Hotel.'Nprtheru. . '���;.������'���  ;    The. Kooteuay ' Resttiaraut   lias  .    recently been op^i-'d'iy Mr. E: L.  :-������ Booth,   one - of  the .-finest chefs' hi  y they country. ���..' The  restaurant   is  ���open '-night; aM' day;  the cuisine  and'service cannbt be beat.  ;.y Are  you..'going'-to build or make  alterations ?-���If so, see Olive.   Men  ... always on hand..  ..  'Miss Haddon,  expert  typewriter  . and stenographer.    Office at Fraser  & Co.'s store.   : Will call for work  y   \yheu required.  '."���.I,ubecl:-s   famous   German sliced  but of'course had no gun. M^r. F.  left Bromley in the bear's company  while he came" back lo town for a  gun. The bear ultimately fell an  easy prey, but * Mr. ,X;vomley was  I-eard-r,to * rem ask.. �����&���"-.��_*.��}��������. did -n��; ���  think he would4 climb a tree if he  was chased by Mother Bruin.  Avoid all aches and pains bytak-:  ing a Thermal' bath at the Troy  Laundry. ''        ,       ,  Postum Cereal al Fraser & Co.'s *  - Headquarters' for��� fireworks   at  Pillman & Co's.''  The excursion to Pike river by_  thc Scotia last Sunday was a great  success, and was well patronized.  Mr. Rosselli endeavored lo give* an  exhibition of swimming, by falling  off the gang-plank. ^.'Tis said that  the bachelor folks- had their eyes  opened by discussions oir married  life between several -of the married  ladies.'  .Fresh fruits and vegetables arrive  on every steamer for E. L. Pillman  &:C��xy'yy.y\:y..\,y'-:.yyyyyy-y.yyy--'^  /'Fishing: Tackle and fliesyat;Dock-'  riliy&:Bourne'.s. y:.���'���'��� y'-y.^y'^y -/yy  :-,.��� Mr.:'.-Kusby, Collector "of yTi.yM.'s;  Customs' at.. Skagway,: spent' last  Friday inyAtliu. He considers the  trip to Atliu one.of unrivalled grandeur.       '.'��� ���;������ ���-������.-���;';��� . y: :--r ���'���������       ���   ���  Dr. G. Lewis'; office hours are:  Atliu: 8 a.-ni. till 2 p.m., and 6  p. 111 till to p.m. .-...-'.    ,7:,,  ." Discovery: 3 till 5.p.m.. y .'-.;.  .yy; Atlin was favored by a-.visit/this  week of Mr. PI. Darling, General  .Manager of the British Yukon  Navigation Co. I-Iis company expect great things ifrom Atlin. ���  ��� *  For the famous-'Lubecke Sliced  Potatoes call at Fraser'����� Co.  ;������ Editor Hirschfeld; left yby: Wednesday's boat for' Skagway and lie  may go on to San ''"Francisco, before  roturiiin'e-; ..  ���'.��������� -77.    .'������:  . VENDOME. HOTEL.  -7 s . ,���_    ^ ^  , Choicest' Wines, Liquors & Cigars,   y  - ���-  1  *,      ->  FREE: BOWLING' ALLE i,  l"V.  ���J. TALLMIRE, ;Proprietof.  Roomsaiid Beds   V     / / 7 *.   * * -J>  ,";  . ..... ...'.? -. _., Best Liquors and. Cigars, y  7. J.'SMITH, '    -      -     'Ps*��pa"  F  X  ��  O  BUILDER  CO'NTEACTOR'  ESTIMATES  GIVEN ON ALL  KINDS OF WORK  PL A NS AN D S PECTFIC ALTON S  A   SPECIALTX '  "' -, BRICKS FOR SALE.  -OFFICES   Third Street, Atlin.  NEXT TO CHURCH OF' ENGLAND.   \  np  GOLD ���.HOU  a   a.  a is*���-4        -**wii "*~jt ^���-4 j*-*'    ���..*-.   "��� -�����"   -��-^ -f^ *~-^9  l DISCOVERY,, B. C.'  ' " 1-^ 'J.  VComfortably Furnished Rooms--By -tho Day, Week or Month.  AMERICAN   AND .EUROPEAN 'PLAN.' ,_  1. Lbatiiuudai.e, Pioprintor. ���  Dixon Bros/  v  Fine, now  S u.m  Four-Horse Snratotjo leaves this Hotel at:  , 11. SO -i.m. and a o'elocl? lor Atlin.  -  ���  JIMMY REGAN -���  New iiliUrjoi-orul  iiiiii-1.'rln un<l Granite AVar^  ���'.*,������ ', .������������';.. y '���'���.���. :���'."'���'[ Coil, Giant -Powder, ���CnpiJ;-Pusij>iiil,Yi.i.lf.oiiy Stove's, y.'.yyy Xy:'y y'y:X-;[.:-:'.  Goods   Bouqhl   Sold   and   exchanged..'  G.  "^ER  ':9.:-  .    .   v   FRESH MEATSyALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Pish,    Game   in   season and   Home . made7 ���Sausage.  ���T '   -NortheUn .HoTi-x Building, FirstVSti-ekt..- y y'  ;J. G. CottNKi.r..  y ,7 ��� . ��� ��� Discovery, y"  OPEN ' nAY AND, NIGHT.  :>.-  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  \x���.:'���:��� : .-J:' V.yi^..--?--;-;-:''-''.-"- ���.,;/.���/:  - .   CONNECTIjON/y y���'.'���-';  HomUiuui'tei's ���rpr'.'Hulnuiv'it Purrott'.-i siiuj^u.  "fPSNETEEEIOTEi.  '        yDISCOVERY,B. C. 'y ,:  Finest of liquors;---.-.., Good: stabling.  lio. SAiiua,', Pi-opi'ietoi-.  ,x  !l|  ���i  ���'������ tA  ���y'-lM  BATHS'"   .;-"v.v.-:v'-:  > barber: SHOP   ;y  '''-.'.-���y' '���' K.-tlNK'.,"'-"' ���.-' Prop.:'--.���"'  Now oeuupy tiieir iiu-.v iniui-toi'.s next  y-.-.-'to'tlie Bank of.il.'N. A.;,,l"ii-st Ptii-Bnt.    y;  Tlie'luitlrroonisaro otimilly iia'fjoocl as found-  in  ostium..   PriYivte/liiitr-iniie foi-.iiiilios...". ��� ��� -  :'^UMtit��2y;M*zii< ^<��twwis.^-JJSga<5ar;  "iEngss"  y*..~'jjAjU4jAM.H/��


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