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 ;    v   '"  ���sr(  1   1   ML L-tf  �� n  " "   i  VOL.   5.  ATLIN, B. C,'SATURDAY. JULY, 20,   rgoi.  NO.  105.  DISCOUNT . ' SAIX  1  |# We are going to reduce our large stock oi  SHOES��� Ladies' & Men's in all .Grades.  Men's Clothing, linderware and flats  <  Our Stock of DRY   GOODS   Is also too large for the   needs of Atlin.'  ' We need-the Cash; you' need the goods, and if not we want to  make an inducement for you to buy' against' the time when you  will need' them. ^ ���  FOR THE NEXT 30  DAYS  i, i  Wk Will Givk 23 per  cent  discount  on All' Goods *  1 1  Purchased Fkojh The Above Lines.  *    '    '. ' ' 1       *  .'Our   prices   are   already reasonable, "take 25 per cent off and "the  result ought to satisfy the most careful buyer.  COURT OF ASSIZE.  The Chief Justice and P^arty  .'Arrive.   ,  Police Court Matters.  Supreme Courts-Adjourned to.the  26th, Pending-'the Arrival of  Sheriff.Hall From Vancouver.  BLACKETT & CQ.  IRON   STORE, ,-First and Trainoi- Streets, Atlin/ B. C.  The Canadian Bank of i Commerce.  '     CAPITAL   PAID    UP   $8,000,000. ,  -Branches of the" Bank-at Seattle,      - ���* -<-"���'-- '���   \ ~  San Francisco,  Portland,  ' '  ' , Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points. '  Gold Dust Purchased���Assav Office in Connection.  j: S.  MUNRO,' Manager.  PRICES  ALWAYS  AS. LOW AS  THE  LOWEST.  Miners See  D. G. Stewart,  Post Office, Discovery,  FOR   GROCERIES   AND   MINERS'   SUPPLIES.  My Team Delivers Goods on Creeks Reqularly,    -'* t ' Prices as Above.  ��  ��� ���      Now 0|*era  THE lOOTE'NAY, RESTAURANT  STRICTLY   EUROPEAN   PLAN  E.   L.   BOOTH,   Proprietor.  Open Day nml Ni^lit  , Pimm Bakery M $t$umm  SPECIALTIES  in  .  '-    FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc. '  Chas.  Mver, Proprietor.  Goo<I Kooms to Kent���By tlie Day, Week or Month nt rensonnhlp rntes.  i��iNS ���0,  SKAGWAY,  Alaska.  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  ' Al.bO  Dl'.ALElIB IN ^  www Hay   and   Oats ��*������*  We Make a Specialty of Perishable Goods and respectfully solicit  Your Mail Orders���Satisfaction Guaranteed.  The = Bank = of = British = North = America  l'.-stiililklied in lSIKi.   Incorporated lij-Uoyal Charter.  Paid Up Capital -   $4,866,666  Reserve Fund -$1,703,333  Head Office in Canada: Montreal. H. Stike.man, General Manager.  Branches hi all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  ���San Francisco, Seattle. Tacoiua, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Etc.  ASSA Y GFFIGE  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.  Quartz Assaying at Reasonable Rates.  Hon. A. J. McColI, Chief Justice,  arrived here on the 17th, from Victoria, and will preside at the Assizes, which were to have been held  yesterday, but have ^ now been adjourned until the appointment of a  Sheriff has been made. His Lordship, who is accompanied by Mrs.  McColl and his two boys, announces  his intention of remaining heie for  about six weeks in .order to give  ample opportunity to all parties to>  have aii3' litigation '.'in sight" disposed of.'  ,  Chamber Court 'will be held  mornings at 10.30 o'clock; County  Court sittings from time to time as  the cases ,corhe up, and Supreme'  Court sittings for the disposal of  civil business whenever case? are  read}'-to be-brought on. -This-'will  enable everyone'who, has law business to be dealt with', to have their  cases heard and ''disposed of, and it  is hoped that the' generosity of the  learned Chief Justice in spending so  much of his valuable time in this  district will be taken full advantage  of. Mr. ��� Geo. A. \ Stewart Potts,'  Barrister, of Victoria, came up with  the Judge as-Official Reporter.  The only criminal case on the  docket to be heard at the Assizes is  Rex v. McPhatter, in which" the  accused is charged with maliciously  injuring the property of the Atlin  & Willow Creek Gold Mining Co.  Mr. A. L. Belyea, K. C, appears  for the Crown and Mr. Geo. A.  Stewart Potts for the defence.  The list of civil cases had not  been, made up as we go to press,  but, if out in time, we will publish  it next week. From present indications, there will be. quite a number of cases brought before the  Chief Justice.  The Assizes and Supreme Court  sittings here are attended by Messrs.  A. L. Belyea, K. C, and Geo. A.  Stewart Potts, of Victoria, and Mr.  D. G. Macdonell of Vancouver,  Barristers, who came in on Wednesday's boat, and will remain until  after the Court is over. Mr. A. L,.  Belyea will act as Crown Counsel.  Mr. E. A. Jenns has been instructed by the Government to  watch proceedings on its behalf before the Royal Commission lo enquire into the conduct of the local  Government offices.  Capt. McPhatter was .arrested on"  Wednesday last on the'information  ofR'. P. Hooper, charged with-obtaining the sum <of $rbo by false  pretenses. ' The case arises out of  the sale and location of ihe Maud  and   Mayflower, mineral'claims on  * - 'r  Willow creek. Hooper alleges,that  McPiiatter represented himself as,  owner of the half interest, which he  sold to' Hooper for $100 cash. The  preliminary enquiry was held yesterday, before E. M.'X. .Woods, S.  M., and A. S. Cross, J. P. -' -  A Welcome Visitor.  Mr. W. M. Brewer, ( M. E., British Columbia representative of, the  "Engineering & Mining Journal,"  of New Ycak, was among the arrivals ou Wednesday's boat. - Mr.  Brewer has come here in the interests of, the Journal to look into the  prospects of the Atlin cotintr}' and  will spend some days here. He,in-,  tends to visit-trie'different creeks of  the district and form" his opinions '  from personal^ observation. ��� Hi*  articles ' descriptive of- the different  jaiiningfcanips throughout the-Pro-  viuce, appearing "from time to time,  in the Journal, have been extremely  interesting, and undoubtedly have  done, much good - in spreading  abroad .the immense/ mineral re- '  sources of this great Province.  Tliat Awful Royalty.  Mr. William Partridge, otherwise  known as "Sailor Bill," is reported  to have gone to West Africa, in the  interests of Mr. A. L. Jones, of  Messrs. Elder, Dempster & Co.  Posted up on the Notice Board  at the Government Office is-auother  "gentle" reminder concerning the  payment of royalty, which is as follows: , N  To all whom it may Concern:���  The .following extract from the  Mineral Tax Act is published for  general information; and all persons purchasing claims are notified -  that this Section will be enforced,  also parties who contemplate leaving this section are required to pay  their Gold Tax beforehand:���  ".The Tax imposed shall constitute a lien in favor of the Crown,  not only upon -the output on which  the same is levied, but also upon  the mine and mining premises  wherefrom the same was-eactracted,  and upon all ore, minerals or mineral-producing substances extracted  therefrom, which may be on the  premises. The Assessor shall have  all the like powers for collection by  distress or by sale of the mining;  premises as are conferred by this  Act for the recovery of Taxes,  either upon real or personal property, and such powers may be exercised cumulatively."  The Appeal in the Annie and  Crown Point mineral claims, between Partridge, et al and Lord Ernest Hamilton will come up for  trial at this sitting of the Supreme  Court.  '"������'-'J:  ' 'i  :a-\  ... i,   ''w - - / -I  41  .:'K  ��� 'I.  .1  i  '. I  -    f  1 m lil^ffl'fe^  *if*ip<sw*ti^i!S*aiMMj!Mp&��z&tol^,  ^;^,^?^;'?y^^��fv^-7.;'r'y  mmmm  wmMM  ;��feiS'  t��J!��$lA$^^  V^'-jl-:'  liPiiilllil,  'W  '���Mfi����Ji".'i'.-.'K'  v';^Pul)lislip<l un'oryi: .Sat unlay" inoriiiiif^ fov  ���; ;':i;;0.-.TiiK: Axi'jiN cKaui;;P,un'i,isiiiNq'Coi^vi;H^  :.;]*.J,:'piHoo,<i,tV|'iiililiciitioii;'P��iiri S';','Atliii'i H. 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ISs^^'.;^;,^  im:  :Vcg"issued^a^p  ���^fytice^Me^^Vjtc^^  sr'i^plaihis;i-^gains.t.';:;tlie, ::cpnduct:'':;pf;tlie\  ;;:���:. v:rpfficesj.biH';tlie;^  :i:{v XandjMining^Recpi'der^  ��.;j'.j;:Ea��e)-rand^  ^^X^DiyisionsiKAtteiitibivis difectedvtb^  -sv-^trte^adVer^  X,:::/:}umiry,aii'iiounciug;:^tlie first sittings'  ; >j ofPf^  : .'��� ';j;A iigust: :i 21I1,; at-;i '.la^c^clpckvat-tliib  v^Gpurtijilause.';:^  v':v;<:'P^i'tsIis,S,^cret'iif,j^  % li"t sipi'.i;, .at 1 ct; ^\-i 11 'i;Hoyi:\,'<i ppljcation^fiir-j  ^jy;ni.sii-:.ysubpo'enas jfor^aiiyxflvvitnesses'  -Vrvl vs) i pss:' at teiidaiipe" "mti ay^ie^desired;)  :;;':CrxMV.f;P^  O^^a^Mr^Cvr'WiJuS^wei-'i^  3";|Pearf^reej:i?:;'^  x::'.:,;V;"Tiiis,.;C<niu]i^  Sv-'^pf .uumeri)us<:oniim^  )v:';i[^were,\^addr'e^  Sv;:'?meiiibers^ y;!\i.r:;;.:sStables^';-'.������'who'.'-viiot'  ;:':v;:^;\yislui)g.'''.tp,:take'xa'uy^  ?^\Cprp or Cpi.^^-suggested that a cbmmis-'  .V';xsion;.be appointed'.';��� to ..'carefully^iii-:  ^V-;,yestigate the charges ^nyacle, sp'lh'at  .���:'.. the���;different 'officials,;be cither, ex-'  ;.;onenited or CoiideiunecL  : .";-<::'^Y"''.;  ^ire EtpmJa^&rSftTto  |PINES^^QUiPPE����;HpT  '0y^fiTfff:it'tFrericti<'R  iRiCE5^;jHAS'r'iEl|i^Kai^  ���:vm'.  f$^����itSiM  ?:$},,]  fmsfiiisiREiiilllW  ^^S^^^^^H^^^^i^^l^li^lfS  m&Wi  lIllliSRiw;  ���$���&  ��� Fok' reasuiis' unknown it-.won id  appear: that  ittle ' or-no uood has  >Y;"Sup.t.;Ctfarles"pn;;;pf^  Teleti:raph 'SeryiceY arrived:iii;Van-  'Cp'uvpTYxabbuW^tei^  vP;prt*.':j:Siulp\sq^i/^  tJiere^stili'YremaiiiYsonieY'^p miles ;of.  wire^;;Lp;.:^riiigixB.utHlu^  meir/tare^^  'pyis1ix-'t]ies;-worl^';;^  y.ice^ina\s\be?f.made':Yb  :iTieii'sage��'fi'pnvv6^^  ;t'6;-the. ptlief,V''by  SntV.'i '���: ,:i s! :said' ".lfta,ty v .by ��$h isY'-meiUis  :;tir^ighty,;;hOt!r:;;;>erYicexAyi  taiuedvYbetween !:' yancpiiyer; ���:;;; and  ;PawspiK ;Y'.Kates:- haveYxipt' yet been  fixed'i'.;vbu^  in YtheYheighb-rlippdYpf ^4 -for ten.  .words.���':' "Yv ;':'' :; .V   :''"-V"::'v:x'':'-::;".;"��/.':  :;;;J'A^T.?:BakeH;si-^  tMara^erl'S-K;.  iilliii|Spl||iira  rOvM  \A'Fibatirfe Falace.  %BRE WliK S^PFji^E^ir^NDxtA  ^i xBjjstYiVngkepie^t^^  ::.,":Y;:qUryiiker;t^  ' Y; r Y::^-O RI) JvRS ::PR OM  ������:;V''1U.V'yi^':;;H-'^'EKRVfORY^  :r��*$f  Aniong the niauy..siea.iuei;'s'.plying  between .Vancouver  and, Skagway;  '.ibiie.>eeins;; to be nieeting   popular  favor' more ���than the: LslaiKler of tire  session, u/Jiistice Marlin.    Itiri ,'to: C.?:''^.1 Co. '/ft' is'described as a  be hoped'tiiat.a:'Siniitai- "pinion hoi-  veriiable, floating' .'.nal'a'ce, .^MKi'the  ,.i:  ���; been gained' '-froni ��� tlie pre.seiitnient  .'"'made -'.by.- the   Grand  Jury.pr.last  ing'" will not lake place ihis'.yeaK  'jAtlin, in ,;.proportipn"' to hspopiila-  lation,' con tributes a h.rgerVsluu'epr  .revenue to the'-ProViviCiai Trcasi-rv.  ac'cpmmc.'dsivion': and . .'service ";a're  equal loa;.y of .the. '.pceaii ;'liners.-  The several ^hidies ���svhp''.>'uay:e.'cpnie  to' Atlii),; -trayiliitig':' by ,lhe; Islanded-.  spiiry;  )OUT  laiii-Bbase  Lcilte St-i' bet. Rant and-Wntsoii Ave.;--'-:'.  :Y..   ; ��� ,C.''lJ.;Cofpis, Pi:<>i>.  JvL.'MUNRO, Proprietor;  fiiciiiw;jBMeral;:^Store.  :CARRIES':A 'FUEE:TJiNEDF:^  .:GENERAL MERCHANDISE';.  :v/':' I''-.,-':^if-LAvS',"Cross & Co  v    '. ' . Ist/StreRtAtliii.. ;'       '.'':'-;'',''  ihaii the ciues  of the coast, whlie ; pay; that  nothiu;-; is. omitted'Ayhiclv :��J  our return' is  not a . be1.  pit- |in auv wa\' '.vill ; add ���'lo'''.their'.;coin-  .Prattle, pleasure of   the tri;.,).  Adjoining the Leland Hotel.  B.  tMf.'-  .';: ���"������'������,'������"':. ���   NOTARY PUliV.IC. 1!  ''r      -V   '  OI'FICE:-^I'eai;lrStreet, 'opp^ Post^Offiue. }  ^S]'J(inds''-pf: jyiieatiiz&A'Papers''.  ���rSoveral years' praetiuar exiioi'ieiiCBi������  stance, ,.'Several' .needed   j-ubhc im-' Fort  proyemeiits we want and������.'.' ,ve vvai;t: Ai'terv.oon tea'.and; "iate supper ard  ' 'em bad."    Let   the . G rand jury, ' Ldci every day. fcr Uieir-isptcial Co^: |.Civil and'Hydraulic Engiaceb,  >wheu;it is  appointed, ;iee ; to.it tiiat venience.     ,'ilie'   oiricei'S   of';; the  ���'something':, comes  of   its 'cleiibeta^; steamer areVmost courteous and at-  tioiis..'.'' "!teutLve.:: '..'-.".' >::.' --["A' -'���..'"' "��� ���    V  J. H. Br'o'.v'nlec. P. I.. S-, D.I.. S.  ';.   K. CLovvry, A.M. K C/T.-".  '.',  '      and Surveyors. :';-j-  i A RI. ;Stk k n t,: AT I ;I N, B. C.  tJ-VASC  ~v  '"��� '. fill  -::'m  BEST.  LIQUORS: &   CIGARS,     ���  .1 ��� :.-' ...' .   . -     \ . ...-;.���       '.   '        ' ���'  Good .Accommodation,'��� IIuhtauhant in  ;'������:,      ���  Connection. . -  ������.-..;.  ;'/:������',"./',;  H. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.'.'.���'.'  Good Slabliiisj 11ji- Hur��ie�� liml Dog*.  ��m%*��4^^ w      1    ���       - W  ^'���{  ��� ATLIN,   11   C., SATURDAY,  JULY,  ao,   -901.  v*******  irapft*  n and  lorthern  B. C.  Views  ito Ail in &  'son.  In on Creeks  Iwhcre in  district.     ��� '  WO   Views    ia  \'t   from  lie   PLATES  j and Printed  Irom.  jps   Promptly  dcd   to  "M Building,  IN, B.C.  't<9��tf��'&��<K*��.e?  '      \  Sh<p3f   ^ncl   Heavy   Hardware,  SOLE  AGENTS   FOR , ' ,  GIANT   POWDER    CO.' Con.,   of Victoria,  B.   C.    '    ���'   .  40 and GC per cont Dynamite In 25 and 50 pound Cases.  Call on us for Prices.     -   J �� Cor\ of PEARL and FIRST ST., ATLIN, B. C.  The County Court.  The following cases aie called for  the first silling of the Comity Comt,  which will be held within the next  few days'       <   '   v  Arlhtii Dick v. Jos. Morrison.  1-lany Kenning v. Jos. Monison.  Ware, ct al. v. Foul et al.  Atlii/lvtimber Co. v. John Kirkland  McT,eod v. Russell et al.  John Nichol v. Russell et al.  llandtke v. Russell et al.  Brookes v. Saweis.���Appeal.  Bclliveau v. Sum ise Co. '  Clem   v. McDonald.���Racine, Gai-  nishee.  Mitchell v. Bloomfield et al.  Rant v. Willow Creek Hy. Co.  Atlin   Lake  Co.   v.   Willow Creek  Hy. Co.  Dillon et al.  nishee  Sullivan   &  Speny.  PUBLIC   ENQUIRIES   ACT.  v. /Brown et al.���Gar-  McLeod / v.     C.    B  Dominion Supt. of Mines.  An important: branch connected  with the "Depai tmen't of Mines of  the Dominion has recently been  cieated and Prof. Eugene Haanel,  head of the Depaitment of Physics  in S>iacuse Uiii\ersity for the past  13 years, has received the appointment as Superintendent.  Prof. I-Iaanel's appointment as  Director of Mines marks a new era*  in mining matters, so far as the  Dominion is concerned. The progress of mining will be closely  watched and reliable .statistics carefully compiled. The lacto gathered  will be issued in the (01m ofare-  po:t, whic  peai  eveiy   .,_.._ .,   .^SH>.  tions he may recommend for the  encouragement of mining will receive e\u\ consideration from the  Governmcit.  Prof. Haanel is in New York ob-  taining app.uatus for the Government Assay Office which is being  established m "Vancouver. From  New Y01 k I rof. Haanel will -go to  the coast ami lake the nccessan  steps to se the Assay Office in  motion.  JpUlll.lC iifitif" is heioln frivon that under  uml 1)1 wituool tint "Public iainim ius  An " ii Commission lnis boon issued tnthu  Honorable Aliens John McColl, CliioT Ju,-  tion ol tho Pi owiieu ol l*i nlsli Coliiiiilmi, to  onuuiro into the louduct o! tho olhees ot the  Oolil Commissioner mill \ intuit Keiordois  of the liuiint-tt Luke and Atlin Lake Miiiiu-;  Divisions ol lii-:tisli Colimiljia, uml that tlu>  Inst niretinir of tho said Coinniis-ion will lis  hold ut tl o Comt House at Atlm, r> C , on  Monday, tho twelfth (12th) day ol August,  I'llil, ut'tho ho'111 ol cloven o'clock m the  loienoon, lor tho pm pose of i eepivinu anj  complaints whio/imuj bu mado ut respect ol  (inrof the snid matters, and ot hxnifr such  lespocfive times and plaoes as 'mm ho  deemed most suitable toi the hearinpr ol i-w-  ,dence in lelereuce thoioto, and otlieiwisd  dealing- w ltli tho same J<"  Every complaint muM he in writinjr, shortly hut cleurl,\, specif.wn;: the natiue of the  complaint, m older tliat the peisou i-oir-  ph.iiied ol m,ij know what he is to meet.  ���Snip melius reciiuim. tho .'ttenduuee of  any witness or witnessis, -,\ ho mai be de-  iiicd li\ ant iui'j to attend befuie the C< m-  nu-sioinu lo. + li�� put ��� '������-_ nf .���ivi-uj evidence  iii.i.i be u);fa.n.Jii tin.,   ;]>�� auiVi ii-med  I5j Section \i ni Thtj.inl Puliln rjiup.mes  Act it is pi oijiled ' that no stulomout made  In anj in. is >i\ 111 answer to any ujiestion put  b\ the Coiiin issiiiiiei- (.hall e.'.eept in cases  of ltirlic tinr.ii lor peijur.v comn.itred in such  answoi-, bo culmiisihlr- 111 evide-ue luanv  action, t ��� ut), suit, oi j,i ooeedin��, civil or  i?i imiiinl "*  Dnt-cd ,U Atlm, H C. this 16th du.i of Jn^ ,  I'M  lira. A. &] ewart Pons,  Pecietarv of the Coiiiiiu^ion  ���N O TI C E.  Certificate of SeKstrf��vonnesits  TSJ'J'J'ICI. is !iorel,\ -riven that I, P I'* Sehui -  '. selimidt, I* Al C No. KIV.71,'Secretin., or  The (lloatior Mniiii),' A Millnij; Co. Ltd. Ian ,  V Al C, .No. ill 11, nit f nd, Si\t\ davs Irom dato  hi-iool, to appl\' to tho .Vliii!n���'It-coi dm loi  a Co: tilioatf ol Impiuvi-mont-,, lor the purpose of obtaining a Ci oh ii Oram upon the  foi Ion J njtr desei ibed AJinpi al ( hum ���  'Hie.Myo'sotis Minoi nl Claim, situ.ui> in the  A.tlm \i1111nj: Division of CJassiar District and  looatpil on Tahn Ai 111, nhoiit one mile south  ol Shepp Crei'lc a,id tliioo 'tlioiiMtiui (S'li'd)  ippt liom the w.iteis ol Talui Ann.  A.NU tin ther talio notiPG tliat art ion, iimloi  Settion 117, must he conimoii'-ed liff.ne the  lssniuice ot such Coitihcato ot fupKne-  nients. '  Dated this T����>nH -second day of Jump, l'lll.  P. P. riuiiAiEKiminr, Spij  ��� - '     ���''      Notice.  &Cf*t?ficate of I'nsjpc'sav&essoests  ATOTTCE ishprplo K.\cnt-lmt T, P F Soliai-  schmidt, F.VC, Xo. Bl��4, Si-cieta'n of  The Gleaner .Mining & Milling Co., I,td. Taa.,  1'* M C, 1S0. .Illl'l, 11 tend, Sixty dins Irom date  herpot, 10 apph to the .Mining Itnciider loi  a Ci rtinoate ol Tmpiovemonts foi thp purpose of obtaining .a Crow n Crriuit upon thp  followmjr described Miupinl Claim: *  The Tuhii Chief Jliueiiil (*1 urn, situate m  the Atlm i'ini-ijr Division ol facial District  and located on Taku Ann anil adjoininy: the  M.iosotis .Mmeinl Cliiini on the north end. r  And fiirthei take notice that tic! ion. undei  Section 117, must,be eoinmpnepil brtoietlie  issuance of such Coitih'cate ot Improvement*..  -JJnteii this Tnentj   seconddm ot June-. 19 I.  P   P. SrilAln.'j'iMtm, Sie\  Bulmer & Parrot,  Li very - Stables. ;  Sadr-'i'c Horses,   Busies,   Road  Carts, Pack Horses for Hire.  Stages   Leave   ��,lin    for   Discovery  'Daily from the Royal Hotel.  f  THE   IRVING   HOTEL,  Pine City, B. C.  Has the Best Ivqnipped Bar.  The McDonald   Lnlertaininent  Hall m Cou-  *!*, it is expected, will ap-  quarter.    Any  .suo��ed-  Nblic8.  Ceptifleato e^impi'Oi-ements.  neitiou       -  A    R   "''rDoN-Ani), V-  '���!>  APPLICATION FOR LAND.  "SJOTrCE is herein Rivoii that Si\tv -Ims  aitei date T intend to apph to the Cluof  Commissioner ol i.auds a'lil Woiks im nc i-  mission to pm chase the loliowiiifr desc. nied  tract ol land m tho .Vtlin .Miinii-j Division of  Cassiai, II. C . coinmeiiciiiK' at a post planted  ut the !��. I co. fer ot Disomet-v btreet at its  jiinotioii with Discoveij load, about one  mile from Atlin. and n.ai ked -'E P Queen's  N 'W. corner post," thence south ���!() chains,  thence east -1(1 chains, thence north 40 chains:  thence w o=t 40 chains to point ot conim"uoe-  mpnt, toiitamiiift lbi) acies more or less.  June Jflth, 1901 li. P   QUJJKK,  fyJO'J ICIi is hetcliy kmcii that 1, P K Rolmi -  soliinidt, P M C, Xo H7I. .'���.���>cierni^ ot  the Gleiinei .Mining A. Killmr Co . I td. fan.  F M C.*V) .111,-, into- d, !a\U dais horn date  heieni, to up|)I\ to the Miuiiu Kpooi der toi  a Certificate ol Tuipi o\enients, for the purpose of obtainm;- a down Giant upon the  lollon inn di-ciiberl Mineral Cliiini-��� ,  1 lie Lake View Mineial Claim, situate m  Ihe Atlin Milling Division ol (Xisbiur Distnct  and iocntod ou Tahu Ann, and bounded on  the south hj tlicT.ihii Clnet Mineral Claim.  A.M) fiirtliei take iiotjce tiiat iutioii under  Section .17, must be commenced oeioiothc  issuance of such Ceitilicate ot Iiupiove-  meiits  Bated this Tneiiti-spoond daj of June, IHO1.  '    I'. F. SC-liAll&CHMIDT, Secv.  APPLICATION   FOR   LAND.  J\|t)'l KM! i�� hei-Pbj jmeii Hint Sixty days  affei date T intend to apph to tlm Chipf  CommissioiiPi of Lniiils and Works foi per-  niis-ion to pi.rcliase the ioliowinj- described  tract of land Coiiimpuciim- at a post phinN A  on ihp ,'imiMif Tul,ii Aur.abont halt a inilo  Last ol the mouth ot \Van river; thenco'  south one mile- tlipncp nosfoue mil",-  tlipuce north one n-ilp, more or less, to tlie  shine of Tal u Ann, thence follow Int: the  shore-of Taku Arm to the point of co.u- ,  mencemeiit.  JOSEPH TALr/'irKI'.  alai ]l.tii, 111.11. ^m.}1  I        SWLSS   WATCIIMAKliRS,        \ j "  And   miiiiiifactiiriii}r jew.llei-s. ,  All kinds ot ni.',iyet work exec i.ted with  neatness and dispatch.     *'   ,  l'"''t  *-t-   "PVt   to Vancouver G.Miera I .Store *  ������.fei  ' ^  , A r ��  -'   '''"���',?���  ,-*������.'  THE    PIQUEER    SHOCMAKEk%  Joe Palmer,  riepairini) end Soliny Kubber  Boots  A Specialty.  IKKLAND I-IOTKI., '  kikst ,stkki:t, 'ati.in.  J.  KIRKLAND, - Mak.i��kk.  First-class dining kx>iii  And ICleoart Sleenimj Rooms.  MARKET  A. Bri/niift, Croprietor.  Opposite (he Koyal Hotel, Knst St.  Fresh Fish always on hand.  Hydiaulic   and   Other   Companies  Supplied at Wholesale Rates.  I THE    KOOTENAY    HOTEL. I  APPLICATION   FOR   LAND.  NOT,CI,  altei  Chanr.tf of Time.  i  To suit the coinenience of the  travelling public it lias been deenie.i  advisable to nuke a change in the  time from swmdaict to railroad.  This will m.ikea diffeienee of about  thirty mmuies -faster. The change  was made in the Government Office  and the banks, and Official Timekeeper Egyeit has changed his  chrouometei   .< ���-'"���U'uclv  J. B.  NO.  GENERAL M.��  BOULD^f,'   CttEEK.  /tvf & Co.,  'UHANDBSE,  lshpteln f;i->eii that Sixtj dins  dato, f intend to apply to Hip  Chief Coinmissiouei of Lands ai d Works ten  permission to puril.aso the fellow irifr de--  ��� l ihed tr.iot of land in the Atlic'Alinin^ Im,.  ���.ion of Cnssiar I.Mstru-l, II. 0 Comnionejna  at a post .Marked ���'I*. .1 liiuh.i-' S W. Coi-  m-r Post," planted on the ".ji th side of the  Uliuto rnei. about one link- Croni TuUn  l*it> : theme north (0 chains, thence east II  chains; rheuop ,oiit'n 11 clu.ins: thence �� e-t  4(1 oliniiis to point ol cijiiioieiicoinoiit, con-  tainiiid Kill ,k ics, morooi les..  U.J   IIUfTllEfe.  Atlm, Ii. C, June JStli, 1<MI. jh-29-2m  APPLICATION   FOR   LAND.  a  George E. Hay��js, Proprietor.  Cor. First and Twai-nor. Strkets.  This  Pirst Cass Hotel   h.is   been   lemodeled and refurnished tl ron-rhout  anil olleis the be-t upcommodation   tf>   Tiansient or P.jrmaiient  (iiiest-.���Anieiicuii and  Linopeau Plan.  Finest   Wsm&s,   Liquors   and  Gifgai's.  Biliiarcs   and   Pool.  s  ^^Os>o^o^<:ts>o->'C^o*o*o4'O*i>O'?>oo<j>o*C'^o*O'*o*o*0*o<s>o*o**3?*o<  llCK  All Goods nt Atlin l'i i ���  I.enve Oulei ^ ,  ���    "i pi jlit nier Done.  T ihiiuiu >;.  ���^rOTTCI' is herobj yii.-n tliut Sixty dnts  after ,!ate i intend to unph to the Clutf  Commissioner ol bands anil Works for per-  minsiou to pin cause (he iollon injr described  ti act ol laud . Con.ineiicin^ at a post situnted  ou the shore oi '1 aku Ann about one half  mile noi th ol the mouth "f Wliuto River,  thence east III c'la.ti*-tl.o'<���-south ID chains:  theme west IP (hums hkm p hi less, to the  short' ol '1111,11 A im. them ���>, following tlir  sho;,- ol l.i'tuAiiu to |lie d.hiiI of com-  lueineuiPiil .VU'illuh L'   DfCh  Jumi Ulii, 11101. Jy6-Jm  Cigars.  Finest  Wines,   Liquors  and  Furnished Rooms by the Day,  Week or Month.  W.   WALLACE  GRIME  &  Co.,  MIMIC BROKfilS & COMMISSION AOfNTS.  Third Street, Atlin B. C.  E.  S.  WILKINSON,  SURVEYOR.  P.LS.  ..���3  Third i-treet, opii. Govpriiiaeiit Building, -j-wnf^mxua ntz^ettii ujtn.jutr.ri_*,., *.-*x.nv-Mi.��f ���*-.���- a  ��;,���?  / "..  ���A*tteB&=  ��.��,*��. .��,*.�����-. hAs*-<U.  ��-��-_-!���^r=JJ-ttJ?^^lisiito.i1ii^^atl''-iiJutai*i.*1  mi i. -M W Hgwl fJVtt l-��-v\f_*Ji'la.-i_4^_-_iut4t  I J"  KM,'  III'' '  ;ATLIN, B.C., SATl/RDAV, JULY, 20',  r9oi  Sfe  I \ ��1* , d ,      1  ai'v  !���-*����!!*���. 1*7*  f'^  Ik*  I-  to*  |SrS>.  If I?;  Jfc:  M*'  iVfV  fate  I'  l".       >  lv'-  ufe:  If/'  H  'I-  It a1 . ���  \f-Vl  Its."  ',1  'i  Iff  !  ]i :  A-  1:4  .lv  The  Pioneer  Store.  PINK   tlTY.   n. C���������  '  IVtKKIKK  A   KULL   UNI!  OI*      '  Groceries, Bouts and Shoes, Gents' furnishings and Miners' Supplies.  O.   O.   NEWTON &  GO.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Church  of Kaijrtand:  St. .Martin's Church, cor. Third' and Train-  or streets. Stiuduy services. Matins at 31 a.  m.. Evensong 7:80 p. m. Celebration ot Holy  Coitiniuiiiou. 1st .Sunday in each month and  on Special occasions. Sunday School, Sunday at !l p. m. Committee Mcetin!;s( 1st  Thursday in each month.  Kev. I?. L. Stephenson, Kector.'  St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church hold  services in the Church on Second Street.  Aloriiingr service at 11 eveniiiR service 7:!'U  Simdaj School at the close of the morning  Service.     Rev. .1. Priiifrle, Minister, i  White Pass Officials on Tour  ,   of Inspection.  For the   famous  Lubecke Sliced  Potatoes call'at Fraser & Co.  J. A. Fraser & Co. have one of  the largest and best selected stocks  of provisions \ and delicacies .that  can be had, and they are well prepared to compete with all comers  and meet the lowest legitimate  prices that may be offered. Their  goods are all fresh, new and good,  and their- aim is, as it always has  been, to handle only the best goods  and to give their patrons the best  possible satisfaction.  Corporal A. 'F. Wooclhouse,- a  popular member of' the Northwest  Mounted Police, is paying Atlin a  visit this week. ���. Corp. Wooclhouse  has recently returned from South  Africa, having' gone, through  about eighteen months of the campaign, and fcame out without a  scratch. He wears the colours and  received a medal- for his services.  He had never run ' across Trooper  Uniac,' who left Atlin to join the  Strathcona Horse, Corp. Wood-  house leaves in a few days to report at Headquarters in White  horse.  ��� A. C. Hirschfeld will return to  Atlin in about two weeks, accompanied- by Mr. Barley. They will  bring with them the largest camera  ever brought north. Any person  or companj- desiring to have views  "of their property taken, ii x 14  size, should leave orders at this office at once as they will operate for  one week only.  Fishing tackle   for the sportsmen  and   for   others, if they want it, at  ' Fraser & Co.  Mis. Lucas has accommodation  for a few more private .boarders at  her home, corner of Rant and 2nd  street.���Term�� 'moderate.  "G. 13." chocolates at Dockrill  & Bourne's.  On Saturday-last a party of officials of the White Pass & Yukon  Ry. paid a visit to Atlin, consisting  of President S. -H: Graves, Vice-  President A. B. Newell, General  Manager E. C. Hawkins. . Mrs,  Hawkins accompanied the party.  This - is Vice-President Newell's  first visit to this country and he  expressed himself as delighted with  it and its seeming' prospects. Mr.  Newell has" been but recently appointed to ' the ' position of Vice-  President. The - party made a trip  to Discovery and to Wright creek,  and left '[on Monday morning for  White Horse and Dawson.  Curnn-iings & Richardson,  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.  THE ROYAL HOTEL,  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner Pearl'and First Streets, Atlin, B. C!  This  ���New   and   Commodious   Hotel was opened'to the Public,  April  16th, 1901.���Everything in it is New.���Strictly First Class.   ,' ���  ciidicrsr wines, liquors ami cigars���casc coons a sprtiALtv.  The Firemen's'Ball.  delegation,  the,'  Dr. G. Lewis'   office   hours are:  Atlin:   8   a.m.  till 2   p.m.,   and   6  p.m till 10 p.m.  ��� Discovery: 3 till 5 p.m.  Fresh fancy biscuits at E. L. Pillman & Co.  Are you 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 in the market.  Take your prescriptions to Dock-  rill & Bourne's.  Oil baize, floor oil-cloth and  house-lining, very cheap and good,  at Fraser & Co.  McFeely & Co. have this week  received a large stock of general  hardware, including stoves and  ranges, cooking utensils and crockery, tarred felt .roofing paper, etc.,  etc., together with powder, caps  and fuse. They have now a full  stock of everything you require in  the hardware Hue.  The dance, held  under  the aus-  pices of the Atlin'Fire Department,  on   Tuesday   evening   last  w-iStin  every way a  grand  success.   .Unfortunately the weather was against  our friends coming from Discovery,  consequently there was but a small  The dining' room  of  Grand   Hotel   was  decorated  with  bunting   and festooned   with  fire hose, nozzles, etc., and had a  rather droll effect in the matter of  ornament.    The   music   was1 supplied   by Mr. Ward on  the  piano  and. Mr.'Seibert on  the  mandolin,  and   was .excellent.    One   of   the  features of the evening'sprograinme  was selections lenderedon the\~iolin  by F. Victor Austin, purser of the  Scotia.    These selections were most  welcomely appreciated, and w<re a  treat such as has never been beard  before  in  Atlin.    Mr.   Austin   received repeated  encores.    Mrs.   E-  M.    N.   Woods   accompanied Mr.  Austin   on   the   piano in the-most  pleasing manner.  At midnight an excellent supper  was served, and among the many  delicacies the ice cream was lully  appreciated. Mine Host Hastfe deserves great credit for the large  share lie took in making the dunce  a success. There were some 40  couples present, and- the ladies had  wo difficulty in having all the dancing they wanted as the men were  well in the majority.  The committee, consisting- of  Messrs. Dockrill, 'Young, Fairfcorn,  Le Cappellain and McFeely, ace to  be congratulated on the conxplete  success of their arrangements.  P.   BURNS   & CO.,  Dressed Meats and Fish,  ATLIN   AND   DISCOVERY.  VENDOME   HOTEL.  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  FREE BOWLING ALLEY.  fiotel Ittetrepok-  Rooms and Beds  '\\    Best Liquors and-Cigars  W. J. SMITH,       -      -      Prop.  ��LIVE  , . .  -    BUILDER  AND  CONTRACTOR  ESTIMATES  GIVEN ON  ALL  *"   KINDS'OF WORK  PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS  A    SPECIALTY  BRICKS FOR SALE.  OFFICE:   Third Street, Atlin*,  NEXT TO CHURCH 01-*  ENGLAND.  THE   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Mohth.  AMERICAN    AND    EUROPEAN    PLAN.  .1. Ll-iA'1'HEHDALE, Proprietor.  Fine, new Four-Horse Saratoqo leaves this Hotel at:  S a.m., 11. SO n.m. mid 3 o'clock for Atlin.  Dixon Bros/  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  New and Second  Hand Tin and Granite Ware, Iron Steel, Picks, Shovels nnd Hlnckbtnith's  Coal, Giant Powder, Caps, Fuse and Yukon Stove;,.  Goods   Bouqht   Sold   and ' Exchanged.  Miss Gearson, an English "Globe  Trotter," gave Atlin a passing call  this week.  Avoid all aches and pains by taking a Thermal bath at the Troy  Laundry.  Postum Cereal at Fraser & Co.'s  Fresh fruits and vegetables a,rrive  on every steamer for E. L. Pillman  & Co.  An invitation dance is to be given  on Wednesday evening next at  Burton's Hall.  Furnished rooms to rent���apply  Hotel Northern.  Fish,  C. DOELKEE,  .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Game   in   season and   home   made   Sausage.  Northern Hotel Building, First Street.  G. Ii. HAYE8.  J. G. COKNKLb.  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION.  Headquarters for Buhner & Parrott's stut;e.  PINE TREE HOTEL.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  Ed. Sands, Proprietor  BATHS  BA'RBER SHOP'  P. LINK Prop.   ���  Now ocoupy their now tpiurtors next  to tlie Bunk of B. N. A., l'ir.st Street.  The bath rooms aro equally as Rood as found  in citiob.   Private Entruncu for ladies,.  .*��"* "VlMST*** V*l>  "i���T��'����*?'��g,jr;  1* iv-r/.-'^-S. JZ^a~r'~���  ���uri>!imaiEXE��Z��&

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