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The Atlin Claim Jul 19, 1902

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 ���fr  t  til  HE  is ,  m  M  VOL.   7-  ATLIN, B. C, SATURDAY.   JULY .'9,    u)oc.   '   ���  ,   'NO.   .57.'  .,.  m  JL    o    Richardson,  Successor   to  CiMiim-ings- '&.    Richardson,  6        The  Leading  Hmase  NOW'S , YOUR   CHANCE:  For -Bargains  In   Dry   Goods,' Boots   and   Shoes.  11"   VOl'   WANT  Information  CONCK UN* I NO  MINES & MINING PROPERTY  In the Atlin District  ^ wkitic TO  A. G. Hirschfeld  Real   Estate   and    Mining   Broker,  ���'  <���  "        ' '  ' .    A  1-' ;- -  r  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  ,     ,      CAPITAL ' PAm    UP   $8,000,000. "''."'���'   "  Branches of the Bank at Seattle, .  San Francisco, '��� ,   t  ���   ... Portla'nd,"'    *  Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on nil Points.  '   .CORONATION' ���'������  Expected to Take Place Next  -   ;,    .        Month.    '    ���  TI10 Ceremony Will Not-Be-IAs ���OriJ-,  .ginally, Arranged ��� A Local  Celebration FroposecL,���  BEDROCK.  Gou) Dust Pukciiaski)���Assay-Oim'ich in Connection."..  ,  ' J. S.  MUNRO, Manager.  louis ��� SCHUUZ, "'  Wholesale . and    Retail    Butcher  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN,. B.   C.    ..  GROCERIES    OF    ALL"    KINDS,   also;    -.. . ,  FRUIT   AND   VEGETABLES,   on   all- Fast   Boats     ��;  EGGS    -    BUTTER,   Canned   and   Fresh    -    CHEESE   -   LoWiNEY'S^  i       CANDY   --, Superior  Candy   &.   Cracker  Co.'s Goods,   Full   Line.  HAY   AND . OATS.   '  Wholesale     &    Retail  Tbe. RO&S - niGGBN9'-..���o^  Send ns your Mail Orders. ..     SKAGWAV, Alaska"'  Pioneer Bascery mi Resiaiirl  si'Kcr.-\i,Tii-;s in  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc.  Chas.  Mvick, Proprietor.  Good Rooms to Kent���Hy tin* liny, Wuuk or .Month at rea-onahle rules'..  .Mon's   Half Soli's ami Sinn: Nails. llunry Dislon it Son's Saws. Windows, Doors,  Glass mid I'nttoy, etc., etc.  BOOM ��� BANG'���BOOIVI! Dynamite,   Caps   and   Fuse.  F.ull Line of Winchester���Black & Smokeless���Rifle & Shotgun  Cartridges. ' ' ���'    ���' -    . .  Goods   Rouqlil   Sold   mill   I \cli<iii<|<:d. <  THE    WHITE    PASS    ft   ..YUKON  ���   ROUTE.  - -.�������*-���-.-  Passenger and Kxpress Service, Daily (except Sunday), between  Skagway. Log Cabin. Bennett, Caribou, White Horse and Intermediate  points, making close connections with our own si earners .at While Horse  for Dawson and Yukon points, and at Caribou for Atlin every Tuesday'  and Friday;  Returning, leave Atlin every Monday and Thursday.  Telegraph Service to Skagway.    Kxpress  matter  will  be received  for shipment: to and from'all points.in Canada and the United States.  For information relative to Passenger,. Freight, Telegraph or Kxpress  Rates apply to any Agent of the Company or to  J.  I<\  Liiis, Traffic Manager, Skagway.  "Under I'eceut date from London,  the following despatch-is'.sent out  by the Associated Press:  '' The King's health has been co  rapidly and so satisfactorily re-  stoied, that the plans-for.the Coro-  nation ate ou again. It has been  determined,'" after '^a-1, cousuUation  with members of the Royal faniil}?,  physicians,' Cabinet" Ministers and  Court officials, _ that' His Majesty  sliall be crowned between August  11tli and August 15th, the precise  date yet to be determined.  ��� Tlie-pageant through the streets,  and the"cerembnv at, Westminster  Abbey will be much curtailed from  the original'plan-.  His' Majesty has1 left Buckingham Palace and is now cruising  along the sculh coast of England  on Hie Royal yacht. For the last  few days the" heat in London has  beeii intense, and on Wednesday  .last the thermometer' reached 86,  ���the higliesi ever recorded.''  As will be seen from a "Notice"  on anolher-page, a movement is on  foot to decide upon some fitting  "111 shiner--by winch, to celebrate the  great event. There should be a  full-attendance.  The Date Announced.  ������ LATEST ���London, July iSth,  6.30 p.m. ���The Coronation will  take place   on   Saturday,   August  9th". -   -*-����:   =   ? The Engineer Mine.  Mr. W. 15. King, President of the  Engineer Mining Co., made a visit  to tlie Company's property and  came over here on Monday to record the assessment' done by the  Company. . He reports that this,  being his first trip, he is satisfied  that tiic mine is all that it has been  represented. He took samples of  the ore from the different ledges,  which speak for themselves. He  rehinicd'to Skagway by Monday's  boat asui will ���confer with his co-  Directors as to future modus operandi. .  Building Operations.  Atlin. has a little building boom  going on j ust now, , A large addition is being put upon the hospital  and a contract' has been let for the  erection of a Public School. One or  two very pretty cottages have also  becii built.  The ��� Societie   Miniere   Have    Struck' it Rich. ",  T-he, First  Two  Boxes   riaeed   en'  "*'   Bedrock This Week���-Cleanup  on Bireh Creek Today.  What has been established as-the  Goal in placer mining in this camp  ���bedrock,���has at lastbeen'rcaehed  on   the   property., of   the Societie  Miuiere on Boulder  creek, and-the  results   obtained would satisfy the .  desires of the most exacting.    For.  the   last   two  years   the   company  has   been   plodding  away in their.'  efforts to reach the coveted goal. ��� ��� ���  ,    Shortly   after   work   had   commenced this  season  the pay streak --  was   uncovered,   and   bedrock was ,  thought   to   be-only a question of  days,   however,   one circumstance .  and   another  intervened, and  only/;  this week has the  prize  been won. ���  Our   Correspondent   telis   us  that  a look-at   the - upper  boxes, when  the water was shut off, was a "guid.  siclit for sair een,">audif the clean-,  up is not a good  one, eyes must,be-  deceiving.    Two boxes -.had   been:  placed on bedrock at last report and'  the work   was  going on night and-  da}-,   without intermission.'    Over,  twenty men are employed, and unless some very unforseen occurrence,  should  happen, the management is  confident of practically demonstrating that no assertions   have   been  made   about   this   property which  could not be substantiated.'  A partial cleanup will ��� be made  today on the property of" the Atlin  Lake Company on Birch creek.. -A  good return is looked for, as piping operations have been prosecuted  steadily since May 13th; and . the  conditions right along, have been  extremely favourable, while the  indications have been good ever  since the work' began this season.  Mr. Jackson, the Manager, and Mr.  Lambert, tlie foreman, are to be  complimented upon the perfect system in which they have got things  running this season, and we trust  tliat the company's expectations  will be more than realized.  An Aboriginal Celebration:'  Atlin, for the las', few weeks',  has had an unusual number of Indians passing to and from the  raucherie, and an unusual trade has  has been enjoyed by the merchants.  A pollach was going to be given,  and Thursday evening saw the initial event oi a week's celebration.  A .dance was ��� given in a large  building, erected by the Indians,  which is'described by the "boys"  as a kind of Hootchi Kootchi affair.  Taku Jack welcomes all his fricuds  in regal style.  II,  -��  .1  m  m  ���M  ill  ii  II  If  tJ  'V  ���'if  ���I  I  I  8  fr.t^ w'j< fttJ Brtuwi f.��;tit* i>;j 1" ���ATr.rN.  K.C..  SATi'RDA-Y, JI'LV tcj.   1902'.  The Atlin Claim.  Published   every    Saturday   morning   l>T  T'.lR ATMS Cf,.WM   PL'llMHHINa Co.  A. ('. llnisciirKTii), Kditoii.  1). Tonn r.i'.nfi, Siili-Kilitor.  OIHcp or piilillnition Ppiii-I S\, Atlin, U. C.'  ' Ailvertisini;  Rates :   Si.(H)   ppr inoli, each  Insertion.   Kcndintr not iocs, 2.ri  rents it line.  Special Contract Kates on application.  TIip snliKpriptioii pripp is $r> a year pay-  Mile in advance. No p ipor will be delivered  unless this condition is complied with.  Satukdav, July 19, 1902.  Now that some definite u'nder-  standir.g has been arrived at by the  Government in connection with the  titles on Gold Run, and the individual claim owners have the assurance that they will have peaceful possession, we see the result:  a large order was sent out this  week to the Vancouver Kngineer-  ��� ing Works���for which Mr. A. C.  Hirschfeld is Agent���for pumping  and hoisting machinery. The  plant will be one of the finest up-to-  date rigs that' money can buy.  The pump will have a capacity of  5000 gallons an hour and tlie hoist  will have a lifting capacity of half  a ton. The machinery has l>een  ordered for Messrs Stukey, Brown,  Wostell & Co., who have consolidated their interests on Gold Run,  and as soon as it arrives it will he  placed on their ground.  From this instance it is very evident that the individual  miners on  Gold   Run   have  not  lost faith in  this   section.    With the  primitive  methods which have hitherto been  resorted   to, the   ground could lie  made to pay, but   many   obstacles  make these methods unsatisfactory  and uncertain.    Great expectations  are now looked for from the introduction of modern   machinery, and  upon the success of this first order,  many other plants will be put upon  the ground.  DEVELOPMENT  The   Boulder   Creek Output  Will be Hard to Beat.  Certificates of Improvements.  Correspondent has a Look  Round���Big Nuggets In'erease  the Poke.   .  Tins  season  has seen the main  obstacles,   which retarded , the full  and systematic development, of the  different  hydraulic   companies  removed  and  the results and indications are gratifying in the extreme.  Unfortunately  the  three requisites  . considered necessary for perfect hydraulic operations���water, pressure  and dump���are  not   always  to be  met with in this district, but where  one or other  ot   the  requisites are  wanting,   natural  conditions  seem  to have made up for the deficiency.  All of the companies operating this  season may be said to be in clover ;  they are all  working ou   bedrock,  and  though  only  partial cleanups  have been   made  in one or two instances, the  indications with all of  them   are   good   enough to satisfy  the most exacting.    Kre the closing of the   season we   believe that  the output   from   these companies  will place   the Atlin  district in the  first place among hydraulic mining  countries.  Tick   departure   of  our late respected Gold Commissioner was uu-  ��� marked by any public demonstration, but there are , many men in  this district who may someday  see that in Mr. J. D. Graham they  had a friend   indeed,   who,   when  ��� in office they could  not find words  ciiou&h lo( denotuioe..  Our Correspondent furnishes ns  with another budget of interesting  news of the progress of work on  Roulder creek. From the information at hard the result of this season's work will be away ahead of  that of last year.- It will be remembered that an estimate of $150,000  was given last fall as the output for  this creek ��� though royalty was  paid on only 2640 ounces���and we  are now told that pur estimate was  far below the actual amount won.  Opposite the creek claim of Shut-  tleworth & Dockrill the Jacobson  Brothers are working ou a group of  four bench claims and are taking  out good money.  On Black & Co.'s property there  is a gang of men etnployed'and the  output this season will be a good  one, judging from the-weekly cleanups.  Clark & Sutherland, the discoverers, are still pushing ahead,  and each day shows most gratifying returns. On a portion of the  discovery claim some men are working on a lay and have ��� a strip of  about 500 feet cleaned off and a rich  pay streak exposed. In all'some  twelve or fourteen men are employed on the ground.  At No. 1 above, Parsons & Rei-  fenberick have got their work well  in hand and are sluicing out satis-  tory pay.  Blakie and partners, in a recent  cleanup had the pleasure of adding  a nugget, valued at $138, and another of $60, to their already well  filled poke.  Seecki'ngs & Co., on the ' bench  opposite 3 above, picked up a $50  nugget last week.  Parkinson, Find ley & Peterson  are working on a lay for Nixon  and are taking' out good pa}-.  White, Wilkinson & Todd, who I  have an option on the ground'of  Cross, Mcintosh & Co., are doing  good work and are satisfied that  there is not a better creek in the  country than Boulder.  Roxie and Gibson have no kick  coming and stick religiously to  business.  McRae, Coutts & Brown, on No.  9 above, are sorry the season is so  short, but even now they have visions of the 'Lan:l o' Thistles and o'  Cakes.'  The Skcvenski Brothers have already about beaten their previous  season's output and are perfectly  satisfied.  C. I). Newton  HOLY   CROSS,   FRENCH .  AND    ALVINE  ,     Mineral ClaiuiH,   situated, in   the  Atlin  Mining District, at the SW corner of Atlin Lake,   twofmilei  from Atlin Lake,  near Hobo Creek.  ���vrOTICli is hereby' piyon that I, Noel La-  ^verdiere, J?..M.C, No. B 4835. uml, us Attor-  ncy-in-fiict, for Tom Laverdiere, F.M.C., No.  H -1834, uml Frank Laverdiere, F.M.C., No. 11  4SS2, intend 60 days from dato hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder foi- a Certificate),  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining u down Grunt of the above claims.  Asi) Fuuthkii, Take notice thnt action  under Section 37 must be commenced before  the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 25th day of June, 191)2.  je28-CUd Noeij Lavehdiehk.  'BUTTE,"      "HELENA"      and'     "GREAT  .   FALLS" Mineral Claims, Sltiiuto at "tho  South end of Atlin I.nlui in the Atlin Dis  trict, nhoi.'t,, two  miles from the head of  Torey Inlet.  "HAKE Notice that I, 3. H. Brownlee. Agent  for John Cuplice, F.M.C., No, B 4913, intend BO days from date hereof to apply to the  Mining   Recorder  for Certificates, of Improvements, for   the  purpose  of obtaining  Crown Grants of the above claims.  ' , AND Fuhtheu Tnke notice that uotion under Section 37 imifct  be   commenced   bi.fore  the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements. ' ��� J.  H. HllOWHbEIS.  , Dated at Atlin, this 2nd day of July, 19t2.  jy-5-B0d  Notice of Dissolution.   -  TJOTICE is hereby j?ivcn that the partnership heretofore existing between tho  uudcrii��iied at Atlin, Ii. C-, an "Cummin;;*  & Richardson," has this day been dissolved.  Mr. Richardson, who continues business,  will pay all liabilities uml collect, all accounts'.  Dated at Atlin. B. C, thin 2,rith day of June  11KI2.- '��� John Cumminuh,  .1.  IlllJ.YAltn   Rll'IIAlilUJON.  Atlin Lake Lumber Co.  A. C HIRSCHFELD       -       -       Manager.  Lumbering   in   all   its   Branches.  Mills at Atlin, B. C.  Branch Office at Discovery  THE ROYAL HOTEL,  1 E.   ROSSELLI,  Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  This  New   and   Commodious .Hotel was,opened to the. Public,  April  iftth, iooi.���Everything in it is New.���Strictly First Class.  CHOICCST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  | THE    KOOTENAY   HOTEL.  Gcorgo E. Hayes, Proprietor  Cor. First and Trainor Streets.  This First Class Hotel has been remodeled and refurnished throughout  nntl offers the host accommodation to Transient or Permanent  5 Guests.���American and European plan.  I Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  V Billiards   and   Pool.  THE GRAND  HOTEL  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  French   Restaurant in   Connection.  David Hastie,   Proprietor.  Corner of First and Discovery Streets.  & Co. have im-.  dertakeu a somewhat gigantic task  and with two or three men have  dug a bedrock drain and are putting in a 3-foot bedrock flume. We  trust they will meet with the same  share of good, fortune as their immediate neighbors have received.  These preparations are in anticipation of u hydraulic, plant next year.  THE   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Month.  The Best of Liquors and Cigars always in Stock. ��� Fine stable in con  nection with the House.  AMERICAN    AND  EUROPEAN  o. w.  PLAN.  JoilNPTr.N. Mutineer.  EOK  Call and get Prices at  44 /  ^  ATI,IX,    n.C,    SATURDAY, JULY  19.   1902.  Wc can gi�� You *�� Good- VaIue for yo"r CASH as <3roceries9 Rrovi-sioras. etc.  TT **      any House in Town. ' ' ���  Try   us   with   it   and  see. Giant   Powder,  on"   hand.    ���  '������   3. 'n. ? raser $ Co.  SMELTER CHARGES.  Basis   Upon    Which    These  Are Made.  DlfTGPont pros Have Different Formulas ��� The More Gold the  Loss the Charge.   ,   ,  The following cxtiact upon the  subject ol "Smeller Charges"  should prove of interest in view of  the progress of quartz development  in this district. It is taken from a  recent issue of the "Mining and  Scientific Press : "  . "A more than usual number of  questions concerning ' smelter  charges make timely some general  reference to that subject with a few  details.  "Smelter charges are not designed to be exorbitant or prohibitive.  Smeller managers are good business men and understand that they  could not long afford to drive away  custom. Conversely they figure ou  a profit; and irrespective of assays  other than their own (which are ordinarily rigid and exact), they'have  certain fixed charges and formulae'  for computing them that..enter  ��� largely into the important question  of net--returiis" to- the^-prcichiceir  Looking at the matter from an independent standpoint, it may be  noted in the case of an ore, for instance, assaying 10 percent copper,  40 ozs. silver, ^ozs. gold per ton,  that, though-assaying a gross metal  value of $50 per ton, it might not  net $5.00 per ton lo the producer  after all just and necessary charges  had been paid.  "Leaving out of the question  monopoly or combination or the  trust feature, there are certain'set  charges that every smelter makes ;  and while local conditions govern  the question of profit or loss lo the  producer according to the locality  and value of the ore, yet these  charges are as much a part of the  expense as candles or powder or  wages.  "In the case of an oie assaying  say 22.per cent .copper, 1.5 ounce  silver and 1 ounce of gold to the  ton, the smelter' will probably pay  lor ihe copper, dry assay (equaling  wet assay less 1.3 unit; 75 percent  of the value of the copper, current  quotations for electiolytic cathodes  less .\)/z cents per lb; for the silver,  90 per cent of New York quotations  at date of assay ; for gold, 95 per  cent ol the assay gold value of the  ore, reckoning gold at $20 per oz.;  for any lime in the ere, 5 cents per  unit, if 10 per cent or over. The  charges for treatment f. o. b. would  be $6.00 per ton, charging for all  silica contained at 10 cents per  unit.  "This, it should be noted, is not  designed as specific. It is illustrative and general. With some ores  there would be a penalty, 011 others  a premium; this depends largely  upon the smelting "qualities ol the  ore and the smelter's iniuiediiite requirements in ' that direction.  There also numerous modificuliciiis.  It was stated above Unit 95 per  cent of the assay value of the gold  in the sample would be paid. It is  to be noted, this is really a payment of 91.2'per cent of the actual  coinage value of the gold. Should  the,ore run as .high as 2 ounces or  over, there would be a higher payment by the smelter; vvhere it assayed over 5 ounces to the ton,,the  smeller might pay oS per cent of  #20 an ounce valuation, which  would be 94.84 per cent of the  coinage value of the gold. This  would afford a profit margin in 5-  "ounee ore of $5.35 per ton as compared with a similar profit margin  of $3.25 per ton nn ore carrying  $1.95 ounce per ton.  " As to the copper deduction of  \x/2 cents per'lb, this is one way of  paying additional percentage. In  some smelters there is no such deduction in that way, their practice  being to pay fjr 70 per cent of the  copper as determined by wet assay.  The .\}4 cents charge is really for  freight and refining charges incurred by the smelter.  " It is to be noted tliat ordii.arily  smelting charges are based on  neutral ores, where the percentages  of'silica and "iron- are'iiearly-equal.  Were the., charge for a-neutral ore  $6 a ton, there would be in some  cases a reduction of1 10 cents for  each unit per cent of iron in excess  of silica, so that if the ore contained  10 per cent more iron than silica,  Ihe charge would be $5 per ton.  Where, as in the cases cited above,  the charge for silica would be 10  cents per unit, this would greatly  increase the smelter costs.  "One California correspondent  sends smelter assays showing that  his ore averages 2S percent copper,  30 ounces silver and 3-4 ounce geld  to the ton, but says nothing as to  tlie iron, silica, etc., therein,  though manifestly, it would he fair  lo assume that in such an ore the  silica would be in excess of the  iron, thus increasing the smelter  charge. He mentions that he has  over 100-mile wagon haul at a cost  of $15.50 per ton and a Si5.25 railroad rale to the smelter, making a  total freight charge of S30.75 per  ion. It is manifest thai, though  the assays show an apparently profitable ore, yet when the freight  and smelter charges are paid, in  this instance there would be little,  if any, left for the miner."  Atlin,   Nugget  and Grape  Rings  And All Kinds, of Jewellery -Manufactured on the Premises.  0B^"    Why-send out when you can gel goods as cheap here?  '   Watches From $5 ujs.   Fine Line of Souvcnci* Spoons.  JULES EOGERT & SON/ The Swiss Watchmakers.  NOTICE.  I,  The Li: Uoy, ,LM.,   I.iit.,   Jlininir   (.Vmi]ian.v,  ' ounlii- tlio I.i; Roy,  lion  Tail, Ur,.\fi;  .l'.W!K. HOTE, JftAIIKI.I.A. IDAHO, LliCJAl.  Ti:.NIIKli. 1111(1 I.1TTI.1-. J OK I-'HACTION  v Mineriil Clniiiix, situated in Uitin.v Hollow, Cliillviit .Miuinjr Division of Cussinr  IlHtriol, IS. C.\  To IIAKNAltli HOVI, oil Onil-.H Hlfi AdKXT  on Acsr.NTK :       ,  tiic iiiulcrsiRiied Jos, W: Smith, part  owner of the above-mimed mineriil  claims; hereby tfive notice to the nbove-  1 mined Unriiiiril Baylor other his Apent or  Agent*, that 1 do hereby request, the said  Hurmird Hoy! or other his Agent or Agents  to contribute his share of tho assessment  work done on tho snid claims, viz.: one  year's assessment work, from July, 1901 to  .Inly, 1902, amounting to the sum of $109.40.  Unless the said amount be paid to me on or  before the 7th day of September next T shall  proceed, under and by .virtue of the powers  conferred by ' Section 1 of the Mineral  Amendment Aft, 1901). repealing Section 11  of Cap. 45 of the Statutes of 1S99.  Job. W. Smiih.  Uj-jNO. P. LlXlihAY,  Atty.-in-Faet,  Atlin. II. C, .Tune 7th, 1902. Km  Frank M oh ley,  .    ATLIN,    B.C.  Kurs and Skins' dressed���Birds and  Animals stuffed.  Prices can   be obtained upon application to A. C. HiRSCTii'-Ki.n,  Specimens   on   exhibition   and   for,  sale at the Claim Office.  C. Re IN. Co,  -ALASKA   ROUTE  SAILINGS.  tor  Photographs  'OF  Alaska,   Yukon, and  Northern   B.C.  l'ROll  Skagway to Atlin & Dawson  GO  TO  HIRSCHFELD'S.  OIT"     11 ATI IS  ���   IV.   HARBIvR S  HOI'  F. LINK  I'r.  ip.  Now occupy their now quarter.-, next  to the I In i ��� If of II. N. A., I ���" i t ��� -. t Siren.  The bath rooms an; ciinnlly as nood aw found  in  cities.   Private  ICntrance for ladies.  Back 'numbers, of the Atlin  Claim can always be had at the  Claim office, .price 15 cents.  Pellew-Harvey, Bryant & Gilman  Provincial -Assayers  Ihe Vancouver Assay Office, Established IS90.   ��a*   c      '  W.   WALLACE   GRIME   &   CO.,  Agents.  Lnr<rc or Small Samples forwarded for Assay.  The   following  sailings  are  announced  for  thu month of July ���  Leaving Skagway at fi p.m.,  or on'  arrival of train:  . Pkinckss May,  J nly  Amur  9  '-'9  27  7  21  F'or further information, apply or  write to        I-I. B. Dusk, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska:  ATLIN FISH MARKET  A. lliii'Nicii, Proprietor.  Fresh Fish Ahvavs on Hand���  Hydraulic and Other Companies  Supplied at Wholesale Kates.  w.  WALLACE  GRIME  & Co..  Notaries Public.  Third Street. Atlin 13. C.   ;  MINING BKOKCRS & COMMISSION AOI.NIS.  Firo    &    Accident    Insurance.  AtiKNTS    FOH  PKLLIiW-IlAItVEV   &   CO,   Assayers.  NOTICE.  ���RJOTICli is hereby given thnt Thirty days  . from dato I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for u  special licence to cut and carry away timber  from tho following described land: Commencing at a post, marked "E. Hitld's N.E.  corner post," which is situated on Mooue  Creek ��� about, half a mile from its mouth ���  Atlin lake, and runniiifv S. 2 miles, thenco \V.  half a mile, thence N. 2 miles, thence U. half  a milo to pointercomniciicomeiit.coiitaininir  CIO acres. Ii. Ridd,  The Atlin Lake Lumber Co.'  Atlin, II. C,'Jnun 10,1902 je-21-lt  NOTICE.  A    COUUT   of Assize', Nisi Prius, Oyer and  Terminer and   Genera!  Gaol   Delivery  will  be holdon in tlie Court House at Atlin,  ou Tuesday, tho 12th day of August, 1C02.  >  lly Command,  .1.1). PH ENTICE,  Actinpr Provincial Secretary.  Provincial   Secretary's   Ollicc,   fith  June,  UHI2.    !   ��� je28-4t  STEVENS RIFLES1" AND PISTOLS  ARE GUARANTEED TO DC  ' SAFE, DURABLE ADD ACCURATE.  the mm&nB rifle  ia an accurate rifle and puts every shot  where you hold it. "Weight -IJ pounds.  Made in three calibers���.23, .25 and 32  Kim Fire.  price:  Wo. 17, Plain Sights,    .     .   $3.25  No. 18, Target Sights, .     .     H.25  Where these rifles arc not carried in  stock by dealers wc will send, express  prepaid on receipt of price. Send stamp  for catalog describing complete line  and containing valuable information to  shooters.  The J. Stevens Arms and Tool Go.  P. 0. Box CHIC0PEE FALLS, MASS.  Copies ol the new Placer Act of  1901, consolidated with the Acts'of  1898 and 1899, for sale at the  Claim Office.  i'  j  H  . n  J!  ; ji ;   I  j ;    j  .'I  -1  '1  I  Itl!  :Ut  m  'la  '    1  I'M  Itl  ���j;tJa/i;;Wtfi:',i AT1JN, JJ.C,  SATl'RDAY, jn,V,  19.' 1902.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  J mimic- Retail buys dynamite for  cash and will sell it Tun per cent  cheaper than any house which  sells   it on commission.  The tug-ol'-war, ludd over from  the Dominion Day sporis at Discovery, was pulled on Saturday  evenino hist. Only two teams entered, one I'rom "Tar b'lal" and  the other a "Scratch" lean). The  latter won easily in about a minute  and a half. ' "  Christie's and h'tincy Biscuits at  V,. I,. Pillman & Co.  , Ccr Pricks -- We beg to , announce that we.will sell 1'"ok Cash  the incsT '(iRAiMi of groceries at the  lowest prices quoted in- Atlin,  Bl.ACKKTT   &   Co.  Walter Owen was yesterday receiving the congratulations of his  friends. He is the happy father of  a plump little baby girl.-  Hlne Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure.��� It is sold in all the stores in  Atlin- . '  Mrs. Runuals ol" Skagway is  visiting' friends in Atlin.  Xew stock of I'lies and Fishing  Tackle at Dockrill & Bourne's.  Mr. Lovell went to Skagway this  week on business.  Wall papei'Mit h'raser it Co.  Mr. and Mrs. Christunhei leave  for California on Monday. Mr.  Christopher will take charge of a  valuable quartz mine in that State.  He will return to Atlin next vcar. '  ��� House lining and   oil-cloths at J.  A. Fraser Sr. Co. ,   ���  Furnished rooms 10 rent���a^ply  Hotel .Northern.  Mr. J. I). Graham, our worthy  late Government Agent, left on  Monday'for the^Big Bend country,  where he has some valuable interests. 1-1 e will return here on a  visit in the fall. We wish him the  best of luck wherever he may be,  as'he richly deserves all the gods  can give him.  '  Ageu's   specially   selected   fresh  ranch eggs ��� McDonald's Grocery. ���  C. A. Carman, representing McKay, Smith & Co, of Vancouver,  ���wholesale dealers in gents' furnishings and dry goods-.-spcnl last  week in the districl'in the interest  of his firm.  1  Big shipment of Blue Ribbon  Baking Powder at Fraser & Co.'s,  25 cents a tin.  It is too bad���for- the doctor���  that this district hasn't enough  sickness to ��� support, 'a Medical Health officer after the Government appoints one. Dr. Lazier, the  latest appointee to that office, louud  the country "too  d d'healthy "  and "jumped his job."  For Oranges and the very finest  butter go to McDonald's Grocery.  Mr. Morris, Inspector of tly:  Canadian Bank of Commerce, spent  a few days in town last week.  GIANT POYVDHR���J. A. Fra-  Csrtifleates of Improvements.   ��� 1  DISCOVERY    Mineral   Claim,   Situate    on i  Pine creek, at or near the town of Discovery,   in  the Atlin   Luke Minin;;  District, n. C- ,-,  "TAKIS -Notice that. I, W.   Pollard   Grant,  ���  Astont   for   P.   A.  Wise, l". M. C. No. H  li28:ll,   and   Nellie   II. Uuiuiall", l-'.M.i;.. So. Ii  ���II27, intend 60 days  from  date Iom-i-iI'to tiji-  I>ly to the^Mininif Recorder  for   a   (Yrtili-  eate   of   Improvements,   for the |>ur]jo-ie of  obtaining a Crown Grant oT the above*claim  And K-jimil'lt Take notice thai action under Section ',M must   be  commenced   liufuiv  tlie  issnnuci; of such Certificate, of liuprovu-  ini-tiN.    , ��� ,.      '  Dated titAtlin. .11. C, this 17th  tlay'iif July,  HUB. '. W.'POM.AIIU  (rllANT.  Kt.CK   OF   AG!"S   Mh-prril   Claim,  Situate  on Pine'Creek, at or   iie;ir   tlit'i town of  Discovery, in the Atlin Lake  Milling JH1--  jrict, 1": ('.  'TTAIvH   Notice  tliat,   I, W.   Pollard Crrnn'f,  Airent for   F.   A,   Wise, V. XL C No. II  (128:'.I, XV, G.  .Mitchell, I*. XL C,  No.   H C.Ui:.,  ami   Nellie   I!..   l'mii.fills I'"." XL   C..    No. H  1127,      intend,    SL\ly    .lays    I nun   J he  date  hereof, In apply to the .^linhi^- I In-order for  u llpi'tiiieatt: of hnprkiveuieut- lor  the purpose of oliraininu   a   l.'iown   Grant,   ut'   the,  above claim.   . .  Ash 1*i:i:tiii;u, T'ulii! uotieu Unit m-tion  iinder .Sci't inn 'M ntu*t be riiiiinieiH'i'd Iml.n-n  tin-issUiiin.-e nl' *,ncli C'i'i-tilic.ite of improve-  iue.nl s.  Dated at Atlin, Ii. ('., tlii, 17th day ol' July,  1031!. '        XV. Pui.i,Mii) i'iiaST.  VENDQME .'���' HOTEL.  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars. ' ���  FREE BOWLING' ALLEY.  Fresh consignment of Fancy ser & Co. have on hand, just arrived a large consignment of Giant  Powder, which will be sold' in  quantities' lo suit.  Groceries,    at ' popular   prices,    at  I-:. V. Pillman & Co.  We regret   to   learn of the break  in   the  .Sunrise   flume, but trust it  it will soon be repaired again.  Rev Mr. Stephenson advises us  that a bell has been~ordered for the  Knglish Church. Inclusive of  fixtures, the bell will weigh 200 lbs.  It will have an attachment for use  as a fire alarm bell. A,belfry lower  will be buiit immediately. Garrett  it Co. of San 'Francisco are the  makers of the bell.  Go to J. II. Richardson's for  Gold Seal Hip Gum Boots, $9.50.  Mr. F,. J. De Lamare leaves on  Monday for Dawson 011 a business  trip. He expects to be gone about  a mouth.  . There is more solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  NOTICE.  A PUBLIC Meeting, to consider the Celebration of Coronation Day, will be held in.the  Court House on Monday, afsl in'st,  at S p.m., sharp.���God Save the  King. J. A. Frasi***.,  Government Agent.  NOTICE.  Choice .Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  ��� '��� .. R.   13.   Dixon, Proprietor.  "CV'DOELKEK,   ���' ���������"  .    .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .    .  Fish,    Game   in; -season and   home    made    Sausage.  -   Nortiikkn Ho'rici. Building,  First' Strkkt.  Hycl'rau'lic,   Mining. .      #���.,  inery,  fg*  ���<-���{���  H YDR A UUC'-���-���������& 1.A NTS, . WATKR    GATFS,  ANOLK    STKFl,   -R1FFDKS    &  HYDRAULIC    RIVHTKD    1MPK.  Pumping     &       cii tit.    Machinery.  Kstiiuales I'tirnished .011 application  The Vancouver .Engineering Works,  Vancouver,   15. C.  ���A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C.  G. Ii. ll.VYHS.  J. <i. C'llllNI'l.l..  T W 11,1* not be responsible for  any debts incurred by any  parties whatever in connection with  the steamer " Ruth," unless sanctioned oraulliorized by mc,  \V. H. T. Oi.ivk, Agent.  Atlin, 33. C, July 17th, 1902.     "  Discovery.  OPKN 'DAY AXD NIGHT.   .  1< 1RST-CLASS RUST A U R A NT  IN  CONNECTION.  HeiuLi uu it el's foi- Ilulitiur & I'ai-i'utl's slujre.  PINE' TREE HOTU.  DISCOYJvRY, H. C.    '  Finest of liquors.     Goud siabliiu  I'll. SASIIS,  l'rt)|ll'i(;t(il-.  ""hotel" VANCeiiYiiiT"  111 "ST    LIQUORS   &   CIGARS  fiuUH    AfCOMMOIIATIOS. --  I'l'STAllNANT    IN  '   (,'ONNKCTK.S.  S. JOHNSTON, I'i-ii|ii-iuloi\  G001I Stulilin^ fur Hdi'uos inn) l*o;-s.  nothing but  Bargains   for the  next 30 days  in:  English    Prints,    Ginghams,    Cretonnes, Duckings,   Dress   Goods,  Flannels,   Silks  Bar-Towellings. '        i and   Daces.  BGOTS   &.    SHOES ��� Notwithstanding our recent heavy sales our Stock of Boots and  .  Shoes is still large.  WONDER    PRICES   for  the  Balance:  Stetson   Hats,    Dress  Shirts,    Gingham |Latest Fedora Hats, Fancy Flannel Shirts  Shirts,    Under-clothing. |     Heavy  Flannel  Shirts.   All at Gost.  Best Grade 'of Aii-WooS Blankets at Goast Wholesale Prices .  We mean Business.    Call early, bring your money and we will give you"* FAT   RETURNS    for it.  BLACEETT & GO. :;:  ;';   :    . ���


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