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 THE  CLAIM  ��  VOL.   5.  ATLIN, B. C, SATURDAY.  JULY,  27,   1901.  NO.  1,06.  DISCOUNT    SALE.  JpBP"       'We are going to reduce our large stock ol'  SHOES���Ladies' &' Men's' in all Grades.  Men's Clothing, Underware and Hats  Our Stock of DRY   GOODS   is also toolarg-e for the   needs of Atlin.  We need tlio Cash; you need the goods, and if not we want to  make an inducement for you" lo buy against the time when you  will need' them. '.. .  FOR THE  NEXT 30  DAYS  Wk Wn.i. Give 25 ��ier  cent  discount  on Alt. Goods  Purchased' From Thu A hove Lines.  Our   prices   are   already reasonable,  take 25 per cent off and the  result ought to satisfy the most careful buyer.  BLACKETT&CO,  IRON    STORE,    First and  Trainor  Streets, Atlin, B. C.  -i^^^^dian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP-  $S,ooo,ooo.  '     A    " ���% ���'��� '  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  ''        <'���        San Francisco,  .'--.������*       ��� ���' -Portland,  ���  ...--- ,      *..-,.���..['. Skag-way, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.  GOLD DUST���PURCHASED���ASSAY   OFFICE  IN   CONNECTION.'  ~J". S. -MUNRO, Manager.  PRICES   ALWAYS   AS   LOW  AS   THE   LOWEST.  Miners See  D. G�� 3te^*/art9  ' Post Office'.^Discovery,  FOR   GROCERIES   AND   MINERS'   SUPPLIES.  My Team Delivers Goods on Creeks Regularly. Prices as Above.  m  ���       Now Og*eri  THE KOOTENAY  RESTAURANT  STRICTLY   EUROPEAN   PUN. Open Day unci NiKht.  E.   L.   BOOTH,   Proprietor.  Pioneer Bakery and Restaurant  .SPECIALTIES  in  .    FANCY   CAKES   '&   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc.  ' ' Chas. Mykr, Proprietor.  Good Rooms to Kent���Hy tlie Day, Week or.Month at. reasonable rates.  The H��SS, HIGGIN& Co.,  SKAGWAY,   Alaska.  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  ALSO   DEALK1IB IN  ���+***** Hay   and   Oats ***w������  We Make a Specialty of Perishable Goods and respectfully solicit  Your Mail Orders���Satisfaction Guaranteed.  The = Bank = of = British = North = America  Established in 18!H>.   Incorporated by Royal Charter.  Paid Up Capital    -    -    -    -    -    -   $4,866,666  Reserve Fund   -  .-.  .'-���.';-.;-���  -1. ,-   $i,7��3.333   '���'���-A-:  Head Office in Canada: Montreal. H. Stikeman, General Manager.  Branches in all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco, Seattle. Tacoma, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Etc.  /���'������    ASS A Y.OFFICE       ',   .  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken oil: Consignment.  Quartz Assaying at Reasonable Rates.  GOLD PRODUCTION.  Work on the Different Creeks  Steadily Progresses.'  A Synopsis of Work Going- On in  the District��� Gold in Excess  of Last Season Deposited  With  the Local Banks.  Of late weeks it has been too  ready a comment that the camp  seemed slowly but surely dying out  and that it was just a ���question of  lime before we might all have to  "walk" out. Nevertheless, it may  surprise many to know that there  has been received, up to date, at  the local banks, a very considerably  larger amount of gold than at this  time last year, in spite of the fact  that the season's operations were  delayed fully six weeks behind those  of last year, and the output'may be  estimated at $150,000. It may<be  said, with truth, that this year's  work is being clone more by companies and mining - partnerships  than by individual" miners, and this  being so, .it will account, in a large  measure, ^for the absence of "wads"  flashing about after clean-ups are  made. Trade is , this , year more  diversified, most of the creeks having local stores; Lence, there is not  the same need to come to town, and  to "blow himself," as many miners  often do. On the other hand many  of the miners contemplate that this  is their last season, and are desirous  of working out their claims; their  gold is therefore being saved against  their pilgrimage to pastures new,  consequently in Atlin we do not see  as much of it as usual.  Work is steadily progressing on  all the creeks where there is still  ground to be worked, and it will be  a toss up between Spruce and Boulder creeks which will take the banner for the season's output. Pine,  excepting Willow, practically drop's  out of the race this year, as but  little individual work is now going  on on the creek, and, with the exception of Discovery claim, Harri-  gan's, Sabin & Stott's, Lyttle's and  the Simmons partnership's���near  Gold Run���you can almost count  the individuals on one hand. With  the assistance derived from the supply of water from the Sunrise Co.  some of the benches may make a  good showing as may be presumed from the clean-up this week  on Sabin & Stott's benches, where  40 ounces was taken out from one  man's labor for 12 days. On  Discovery claim, work is being prosecuted day and night and the results are said to be highly satisfactory, Fritz Miller claiming that  there is still all of $100,000 to come  out of Discovery yet���let us hope  so. Should the Sunrise Co. obtain  the required permission to operate  with monitors, and   with the 'three  giants now rinstalled, this season's  output would follow very close upon the amount taken out in '99,  and an .immense amount of money  would be .saved to the owners.whose,  claims that company proposes lo  work.  On Boulder there is very great  activity and an immense amount of  work has been done which, fortunr  alely lor those operating, has already been handsomely repaid. A  clean-up on No. 34 below, after  nine day's work with six men, gave  50 ouncts. The Lamare Syndicate is now working in pay and a  good clean-up is looked for,-with  every reasonable assurance that the  gold is there. The company is now  working on the, right rim of the  creek, but hopes to reach bedrock  before the}*; go many feet farther.  The Atlin Lake Mining Co., on  Birch creek, is reported to be getting satisfactory returns, in spile of  the extreme shortness of water-  Means are being devised for obtaining a full supply for the future  working of the property; and it is  hoped that the efforts put forth will  be productive of good results.  Though no direct information has  recently been received from Wright  creek, there is reason to believe that  work is progressing favorably with  the Pendugwig Syndicate, though  the true, bed of' the creek:-' has tic...:  yet been found.. Mr. Baftrira, the  Superintendent, is gradually working over to what he considers the  true channel. A few men. are sluicing on the creek-with fair results.  Otter creek being now practically  owned by leaseholders, little individual work has been done, but the  leaseholders are awaiting the consummation of a big deal, which is  hoped to be closed in the near future.  On Ruby creek the Atlin-  Riiby Creek Hydraulic Co. are now  prospecting. Two of the Directors'  arrived recently from Philadelphia'  to look into matters affecting the  company, and it has been decided  that prospect work has not been  carried sufficiently for the Company  to decide one way or another as to  future operations. Mr. Law, the  Manager, is pushing the development with the view of determining  the best course to pursue.  Spruce creek is receiving a very  large share of individual attention,  and the results all over the creek  are eminently satisfactory. Ground  sluicing on the Blue Canyon property is being diligently pushed  with good results, so also is the property of Mr. Gage and associates on  the east fork of the creek. On the  De Witt leases, to be operated by  the Columbia Hydraulic Co, ��vork  is being steadily prosecuted under ���  the supervision of Mr. Fred Cook.  A large quantity of the plant for  this company has arrived from San  Francisco, and will be hauled to  the ground in the near future.  Continued..011 page 4.  1  ' IS  ;?':{ f'S' .;*-..- '  -��?:i?.*'i}  * ttt��������&&&zttciX��  f*i-"i!'^i,tAt'Wnii*to**V*W'L.^>w��i��^^  sgA  -1"'"  i$i''v. .  &���'��� -'  MiAAs  M'-'  KH '  I  I'WI--  .. #i..��  f -  ;i  r'i--,.  ��A'  lA-i  Ivj.  ��  AA'  V;I.l  lei A'-,  H'A  If 'j  LV'  'Pii  I*  I*--1  Wv'V  \w  \k\  &'  *%������  ft"  lVt.-"  4  f"  ij!i  ;"  I  I?  I  ATLIN, B.C.', SATURDAY, JULY, 27V1901  The Atlin Claim.  Published   every    Saturday   moi-ning  bv  The Atlin Claim Pwiimkiiikci Co.  A. C. lIlHDOHKKI.I), Kllll'Oll.  Ollioe c>T publication Pearl S'., Atlin, I). (!.  AdvertIsiitfr ratfs muili1 known mi application.  Thu subscription prico is ?ri a ycni- pay-  abln in advance. No p ipor will lit' delivered  unless this condition is coiiuiliod with.  Saturday, July 27th,   igor!  It becomes our painful duty to  call the attention of miners to  an official advertisement iu connection with the imposition and collection of royalty upon gold taken  out and levied by the Government.  We would rather refrain from making any remarks upon the subject,  but as this last notice is of such  vital interest to all miners who are  or may become liable to the tax, we  feel it our duty to call their special  attention to it. The Act, as passed,  provides for payment every quarter,  but the recent Order' in Council,  which affects this and contiguous  Mining Divisions, provides that the  tax be paid on the first daj* of each  and every month. This, undoubtedly, necessitates much inconvenience and loss of time and money to  miners, who will have to come to  Atlin each month, even if only to  make a "nil" return. The Gold  Commissioner is- instructed to put  into force and effect all the powers  contained in the Assessment Act for  the collection of the royalty.' The  peremptory action on the part of  the Government is presumably due  j to the very great variance between  Mhe amount paid in royalty and the  amount of gold known to have been  won in previous seasons.  COURT MATTERS.  County Court is Opened this  Week.  Several Cases of Much Importance  Before the Chief Justice���  Grand and Petit Juries Em-  pannelled. .  The judgment rendered in the  case of Leshander vs. Irvine, mentioned in another column, is as follows :  "As to the facts, I find upon  the evidence that the alleged partnership is not proved. Counsel  for the Defendant stated that it is a  common practice in this district to  allow the 'grouping' of claims not  held in partnership. Upon consideration, I find, therefore,' that the  'grouping ' of these claims is merely  a circumstance material to be considered in weighing the evidence  and cannot be taken as in itself conclusive in any way.  "Judgment  for Defendants, with  costs   on   the   claim   and   for the  amount claimed  with  costs on the  counter claim."  (Signed).   A. J. McCou., Judge.  We have  learned that there is a  very  strong   probability that Atliii  may be favoured   with a visit   from  The   Hon.    Mr.  James Dunsmuir,  Premier of   British   Columbia, and  some other member of the Cabinet.  Our informant advises us that these  gentlemen will   be accompanied   by  Mr. C. W. D. Clifford, M.L.A., anil  tliat they will   endeavor to come in  during  the  residence ol" Chief Justice McColl.    It  is -their intention  to personally look into the existing  state of affairs in the district and recommend to the  Government  such  matters as may require adjustment.  Here is an opportunity for the Atliii  Board of Trade to show itself.  One of the first' cases of importance to come before Chiel Justice  McColl, sitting iii County Court, on  Monday, was that of Bulette vs.  'Anderson Brothers; a case arising  out of a claim by the plaintiff for an  interest in the gold taken out of  claims on" Spruce creek and operated  by the defendants. From ihe evidence produced it was shown that a  double-set of books was kept and  that these were ' so manipulated as  to give rise to an apparent intention to mislead. Tlie Chief Justice did not spare the litigants and  very strongly commented upon  their actions, dismissing the case  upon the grounds of conduct tainted  with fraud, and giving costs to  neither side. ��� Geo. A. Stewart  Potts, Solicitor for Plaintiff: D. G.  McDonell, for Defendants.;  /The case of Leshander vs. Irvine,  in which the plaintiff claims an interest  in  the defendant's claims on  Spruce creek,   and   that   he was a  partner and entitled to a pro rata'of  all gold won, the Chief Justice is to  give  his  decision   at an early date.  Under-the   Placer   Mining Act of  1899 there, is   no   clause   covering  the grouping of claims whereby all  parties interested -in the group constitute   themselves   into   a mining  partnership.   The question involved  is  one  of moment  as a very large  number of claims in the district had  been  grouped  prior  to the passing  of the Act of   190;.,   and . the issue  raised has a great bearing upon the  interests   of  individuals, ��� who,   in  some instances grouped for working  purposes, while others  grouped for  representation   without   any direct  intention of actually forming themselves  into  a  mining * partnership.  The Chief Justice's decision will be  anxiously   looked    for   by     many  miners   in   the   camp.      Geo.   A.  Stewart   Potts   appeared     for   the  Plaintiff,  and   A. L. Belyea for the  Defendants.  Taku Jack vs. Fetherstouhaugh  was held over until Friday, and is  a case in which plaintiff sues for  Sioo.being the value of a dog shot  by the defendant. Defendant  claims justification for his action  and enters a counter-claim for  damage done to his property by  plaintiff's dog.  The Yellow Jacket case, as between McCaulay etal. vs. Clay et  al. came up for trial on Thursday;  A. L. Belyea appearing for the former and D. G. McDonell,, for the  latter. \  Brookes vs. Sawers:���being an  appeal against the decision of IS. M.  N. Woods, S. M. The appeal was  allowed by the Chief Justice.  Four cases of appeal against the  decision of E. M. N. Woods, S. M.,  iu actions brought by D. H. Hu-  kill, W. A. Smith, Chas. Roseland  and   Chas.    Nigress     for     wages  %J\.Jrmv$(M  -SUCCESSORS    TO ���  P. P. CO.    .        First Street; Atlin.   ;  For Staple & Fancy Groceries  PROVISIONS,  Tobaccos and Confectionery,  Prompt Attention to orders ��4F~ Give us a call.  THE GRAND  HOTEL:  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THK NORTH.    EVERYTHING,  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNER.  French Restaurant in Connection  Rice & Hastie, Proprietors;    David Hastie,  Manac.uk:  Corner of First and Discovery Streets.  (���>��������<!  Ala  13  M.   f o I c ij.  . Importer  of General   Merchandise  Miners'    Supplies  OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY.  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C  Skagj  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  ^Pool aitcl Billiards Tree,  Dixon  &  Burton/ Pro|)$.  ���O^it  Photcj  ail  At tin Lumber & Mining Co.  A. I. Baker   -     ,-r     -   - -    -     Manager.  Lumbering in all its Branches  Brunei! Office at Pne.  <8>-*-��-��-*}l  Over  ATLIN BREWING Co.  BREWERS OF STEAM AND EAGER BEER.      NONE -BUT THE  BEST   INGREDIENTS     USED    IN   THE   MANUFACTURE    OF  OUR BEER.THE  ONLY  BREWERY IN THE ARCTIC REGIONS.  ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED FOR ALL PARTS OF THE YUKON  TERRITORY  AND   NORTHWESTERN    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  '    ' A T L I N, B. C.  o*o*o|  FILM  ij  Develf]  Thermal ��� Vapour  ~\C BATHS T\  Troy Laundry & Bath House  Luke St., liet. Runt und Wntson Ave.  C. I). Coi'Pis, Prop.  GO    TO  THE  J. L. MUNRO, Proprietor.  Mail !i|  Vancouver General Store.  CARRIES A FULL LINE OF  GENERAL MERCHANDISE  A. S.'Cross & Co  1st. Street Atlin.  Adjoining the Leland Hotel.  BROWNLEE & IJWRY  J. H. Brownlee, P. L. S., D. L. S.  R. C. lowry, A. M. I. C. T..  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  and Surveyors.  Pearl Street, Atlin. B. C.    i  NOTARY PUBLIC.  OFFICE:���Pearl Street, oji|>. Post Olfiee.  All Kinds  of Mining Papers  Made   Out.  -���Several 'years' practical   experience.���-  Jfl  ���������' i  AtliII  1!  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  BEST -<LlQUOKS   &   CIGARS  Good  Accommodation. ��� Restaurant i  Connection.  "S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  <0*tf*4  Good Stabling for Hones and D��a��.  I  fc  "'6  M ��<f  ATLIN,   B. C, SATURDAY,.JULY, 27,  1901.  apl)$  and  tliern  3. C.  Views  Atlin &  >n.  on Creeks  ere in  rict.  !��� ���������������<$>  Views    to  Irons  PLATES  id Printed  a.  Promptly  [   to  schteld  JUILOINC,  B.C.  9*&tf&*#4  ?. ���IMedy $> Co.,  Look   up   your   list   for' the   following  lines     in   General, Hardware:  helfand Heavy Hardware, etc.  PICKS,  SHOVELS,  BAR IRON,  . NAILS,  COOKING UTENSILS, ICAST STEEL,.  STOVES AND RANGES, I PICK STEEL,  TARRED  FELT ROOKING, WHEEL-'BARROWS,-  PLAIN ROOKING PAPER, ROPE,  Call'and see our Bar Glassware.  SOLE  AGENTS   FOR  : GIANT   POWDER    CO.  Con.,   of Victoria,  B.   C  40 and 60 per. cent Dynamite In 25 and 50  pound Cases.    AXES,  MATTOCKS,  HANDLES,  GLASS,- Etc, Etc.  against C. H. de Witt, are held  over to be heard on their merits 611  a daj- to be fixed. Geo. A. .Stewart  Potts appears for Defendant and E.  A. Jeims, for,Plaintiffs.  The -Bankers' Ball,  On Wednesday evening  the citi  zens of Atlin   were  the  guests of  the officials of our-two local banks-  A very large number of the residents both of Atliii and ^Discovery-  availed themselves of the invitation  c  given by these gentlemen to a Ball,  which was'held in the Atlin Entertainment Hall, and the attendance,  especially of the fair sex, was the  largest yet seen in town at any  similar function. '-  Many of the visitors now in town  in connection with the sittings of  the Court were present, the dance  being graced by the presence of  Mrs." McColl,-.wife of the Chief Justice. ��� The decorations- of the hall  were, as usual, in the best of taste  and the condition of tlie' floor left  nothing' to be desired." Messrs.  Ward and Siebert presided in a very  efficient manner atV'fhejpiaii'o and  mandolin, and Mrs. Woois and Mr.  Stoel favoured the' "company with  several "extras,',' which w.ere-mitch  appreciated. ' In tb?e ante-room of  the Russell Hotel, specially papered  and upholstered-for the occasion, an  elaborate set-down supper was  served, to which' full justice was  done. .The evening's entertainment  was voted tlie very best ever given  in Atlin. Too -much credit cannot  be given to the hosts of the evening  for the pai lib they took to make  everything go " merry< "as a marriage bell." The happy gathering  dispersed at a very reasonable  hour.  PUBLIC   ENQUIRIES   ACT.  DUIII-IC notice is hereby given that, under  uml b.v virtue��>f this " Pnlilii: ICimuii-ii's  Art " 11 Commission lins boon issued to the  llonoriiliio .Villus John McColl, Chief .lii'i-  tico of tho Province of Hritish Coliiniliiit, to  (inquire into the conduct of the offices of the  Gold Commissioner mid Mining Recorders  of tho lioiinet't I.ulte und Atliii Luke Mining  Divisions of British Columbia, and thnt the  first meeting of the snid Commission will be  held nt the Court House nt Atlin, U. C, ou  Monthly, the twelfth (12th) day of August,  IIK11, nt tho hour of eleven o'cloek in the  forenoon, for the purpose of receiving any  complaints which mny he made in respect of  any of the snid mutters, und of fixing such  respective times und places us mny be  deemed most suitable for the hearing of evidence in reference thereto, und otherwise  dealing with the same.  ��� Every complaint must he in writing-, shortly hut clearly, specifying the nature of the  complaint, in order that the person complained of may know what lie is to meet.  Subpoenas requiring the attendance of  a'n.v witness or witnesses who may be desired by any party to attend before the Commissioner for the purpose of giving evidence  may be obtained from the undersigned.  Hy Section 12 of the said Public Kiniuiries  Act it is provided " thnt- no statement made  by any person in answer to any question put  by the.;Commissioner shall, except iu cases  of indictment for, perjury committed in such  answers, be admissible iu evidence iu any  action, trial, suit, or proceeding, civil.or  criminal."  All communications to be addressed to the  Secretary. "'  Dated at Atlin, B. C. this  16th day of .Inly,  Will. '       "  . Geo. A. Stkwaht Potts.  .' '     Secretary of tho Commission.  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements  -VJOTfCK is hereby given tliat I, P l'Sohai-  schmidt, V M C No. H1B7J, Secretary of  The Gleaner Mining &.Milling Co. Ltd. Lin.'.  F M C, No. Mill, intend. Sixty days from dato  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  a Certilicatn of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant upon the  following described Mineral Claim: ���  ' Tlio Myosotis Mineral Claim, situate in the  Atliii Mining Division of Cassiai''District and  located ou Taku Arm, about one mile south  of Sheep Creek and three thousand (3000)  feet from the waters- of Taku Arm.  And further take notice that action, under  Section !I7, must be   commenced   before   the  issuance   of  such   Certificate, of    Improvements. ,  Dated thisTwenty-secondday of June, 1901.  P. F. ScHAiisriHMiDT, Secy.  Notice.  Certificate of Improvements  ���fsTOTICE is hereby given that T. PFSchnr-  schmidt, CV M C, Nu. BS374, Secretary of  Tho Gleaner .Mining & Milliner Co., Ltd. Lin..  I? M C. No. -Ml'.', intend, Sixty dny.s from date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grunt upon the  following described Mineral Claim*.  l'lie Taku Chief Mineral Claim, situate iu  the Atliii Mining Division of Cassiur District  and located on Taku Arm und adjoining the  Myosotis Mineral Claim ou the noil h end. ���  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced 'lefore the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Twenty-second day of June. 1901.  ���   -I P. P. Schakschmidt, Secy.  Copy of a Report of a Committee  of the Honorable the Executive  .Council, approved by His Honour, the ��� Lieutenant-Governor  on the 17th day of July, 1901.  TTNDKK the provisions of Section 13 of the  "Assessment Act," Chapter 179, U.S.,  His Honour tho Lieutenant - Governor of  Hritish Columbia, h.v and with tlie advice of  the lixectitive Council, doth order as follows:��� .. :  ,  That the tax levied by Section 111 of the  said Act .shall be due and payable in the  C1111.KAT. Husnktt Lakk and Atlin Lakk  Mininci Divisions, monthly, ou the first day  of each month:  And it is further ordered, that the Gold  Commissioner for the said Mining Division!!  lie. und is hereby authorized to use such  means as lie may consider necessary, iu conformity with the said Act, to fully comply  with the provisions: of this Order ;  And it is further ordered that this Order  shall be published in the British Columbia  Gimetto, und in the Atlin Claim newspaper,  for a period of one month. '    <    7    ���  ���X. D.  PKENTrCI",  iS-Hl-it Clerk, 'executive Council.  THE   IRVING   HOTEL,  Pine City,-B. C.  Has the Best Equipped Bar.  The McDonald   Entertainment   Hall in Con-  " - iiection.  A. R. McDonald, Prop.  APPLICATION FOR LAND.  "MOTrCK is hereby given that Sixty days  after date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lauds and Works for permission to purchase the following described  tract of laud iu the Atliii Mining Division of  Cassiar, II. C commencing at u [Kist planted  at the S. K. corner of Discovery street at its  junction with Discovery road, about one  mile from Atliii, and marked ���' E. V. Queen's  N. W. corner post," thence south 40 chains:  thence east 40 chains: thence north 40 chains:  thence west 40 chains to point of commencement, containing 100 acres more or less.  June 19th, 1901 Ii. P. QUHEN,  Notice.  Certificate of Improvements.  TSJOTICE is hereby given that 1", P FSchar-  schmidt, F M C, No. 3374, Secretary, of  the Gleaner Mining & Milling Co., Ltd. Lin..  F M C. No. 3343, intend. Sixty days from date  hereof, to apply to the .Mining? Recorder for  a Certificate of Improvements, for the pur-  lKiseof obtaiuingu Crown Grant. u|x>u the  following described Mineral Claim:���  The Lake View Mineral Claim, situate in  the Atliii Mining Division of Cnssiur District  and located ou Taku Arm, and bounded on  the south by the Taku Chief Mineral Claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Twenty-second day of June, 1901-  P. P. Schahschmidt, Secy. .  Bulmer & Parrot,  Liver}' Stables.  Saddle Horses,   Buggies,    Road  Carts, Pack Horses for Hire.  Stages   Leave    Atlin    for   Discovery  Daily from the Royal Hotel.  APPLICATION   FOR   LAND.  JtfOTICE is hereby given that Sixty day*  after date I intend to apply to tho Chier  Commissioner of Lauds and Works for permission to purchase the following described  truer of land: Commencing at a (xtst planted  on the shore of Taku Arm, alxmt half a milo  Eust of the mouth of Wan river; thenco  south one mile: thence west one mile;  thence north one mile, more or less, to tho  shore of Taku Arm, thence following tlis  shore of Taku Arm to the poiut.of com-,  nieiieemeut. '  JOSEPH TALL.MIRI-.  May 10th, 1901. 2m-jl  TUlJJES KGGERT "ikSON,     ���~  Swiss   Watchmakers,  And  manufacturing jewellers.  , All kinds of nugget work" executed with  neatness and dispatch.' '  Kirst st. next, to Vancouver General Store  THE    PIONEER    SHOEMAKER.  Jo�� Palmer,  Repairing and Sating Jtufefcer  8ooU>  )  A Specialty.  77"IRKLAND HOTKL,  FIRST  STREET,   ATLW.  ' J. KIRKLAND,' - Manager.  First-class dining room  -  And Elegant Sleeping Rooms.  ATLIN FISH MARKET  A- Brunich, Proprietor.  Opposite the iftoyal Hotel, .l'iivt St-  Fresli Fish always ou hand.  Hydraulic  and   Other   Companies  Supplied at Wholesale Rates.  APPLICATION   FOR   LAND.  N'  fOTICK is hereby given that Sixty duj-s  ufter date, I intend to apply to the  Chief Commissioner of Lauds and Works for  permission to purchase the following described tract of laud iu the Atlin Mining Division of Cassiar District, H. C: Commencing  at a post Marked "K.J. Hughes' S. \V. Corner Post," planted oui.the north side of the  Atliuto river, about one mile from Taku  City: thence north 40 chains: thence east JO  chains': thence south 40 chains; thence west  ���10 chains to point of commencement, continuing l'i0 acres, more or less.  K. J. HlJUHKK.  Atlin, II. C, June 15th, 1901. jli-ai-Uiii  APPLICATION   FOR   LAND.  ���RTOTICR is hereby given that Sixty days  after date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lauds and Works for permission to purchase the following described  tract of land: Commencing at a post situated  ou the shore of Taku Arm about one half  mile north of the mouth of Atlinto Itiver,  thence east 40 chains: thence south 40 chains:  thence west 40 chains, more or less, to the  shore of Taku Arm: thence, following the  shore of Taku Arm, to the point of com-,  liieneemeiit. AKTHUK C.  DICK.  June lltli, lOOt." jylS-Um  * THE    KOOTENAY    HOTEL, f  Cor  George E. Hayes, Proprietor.  First and Trainor Streets.  This First Class Hotel   has   been   remodeled and 1'efurnished throughout 2  and offers the best accommodation  to  Transient or Permanent x  Guests.���American and Euro]��an Plan. n  Finest   Wines,   Liquors ��� and   Cigars. x  Billiards    and   Pool. %  Ike. Gillespie. Prop.  Finest  Wines,   Liquors and   Cigars,  Furnished Rooms-by. the Day, ���  Week or Month.  W.   WALLACE  GRIME  & Co.,  MINING BROKERS & COMMISSION AGENTS.  Third Street, Atliii B. C.  E.  S.  WILKINSON,   P.L.S.  SURVEYOR.  Third Street, opp. Government Hnilcllnc.  \V. Wat.i,a<*e Ghimk, Agent. ;m  ���ni-^rvjA-rr itzi:  "-<-~^'h>*^"-J*x����S^^^  m  1  1  (*  1  mi  .II"-  Wi-  m  ft  Uki  ..  it  ft  ft  #  ml  ':���*$  lis  P  ���Vfc  . 11.  I Aii  1 %���  w  l$i'  I  ||  ATUN, B.C.. SATURDAY, JULY,  27,   190T  The  Pioneer .Store.  PINE   CITY.  II. C,  CARRIES  A  FULL   LINE OF  Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishings and Miners' Supplies.  G.   D.   NEWTON  &   GO.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Church  of England :  St. Martin's Church, cor. Third and Train-  or streets. Sunday services, Matins at 11 a.  in., Evensong 7:1)0 p. m. Celebration of Holy  Communion, 1st Sunday iu each month and  on Special occasions. Sunday School, Sunday ut, S p. m. Committee Meetings, 1st  Thursday in c��uch month.  Hev. I'". L. Stephenson, Hector.  St. Andrew's Prosbyteriun Church hold  ���services in the Church on Second Street.  Morning service at 11 evening service 7:80  Sunday School at the close of the morning  service.    Kev. J. Pringle, Minister.  GOLD PRODUCTION.  .For the famous L,ubeckc Sliced  Potatoes call at Fraser & Co.  A Basket Picnic is to be given Wythe Scotia, on Sunday, to the  Glacier.  J. A. Fraser & Co. have one of  the largest and best seiected stocks  of provisions and delicacies that  can be had, and thej- are well prepared to compete with all comers  and meet the lowest' legitimate  prices that maj* 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.  F. S. Roumage, late superintendent of the Atlin Mining Co.'s property on McKee creek left for California this week.  Fishing tackle for the sportsmen  and for others, if they want it, at  Fraser & Co.  Mrs. Lucas has accommodation  for a few more private boarders at  her home, corner of Rant and 2nd  street.���Terms moderate."  "G. B." chocolates at Dockrill  & Bourne's.  Prof. Whittington, of New Westminster Methodist College, and  Rev. Mr. Russell of Bennett, were  among the visitors this week.  L,ubeck's famous German sliced  potatoes at Fraser & Co.'s, admittedly the best in the market.  Take your prescriptions to Dockrill & Bourne's.  Oil baize, floor oil-cloth and  house-lining, very cheap and good,  at Fraser & Co.  A dance is to be given on Tuesday evening at the Nugget Hotel,  Discovery, in aid of the Discovery  Fire Fund, and it deserves a liberal  patronage.  Avoid all aches and pains by taking a Thermal balh at the Troy-  Laundry.  Postum Cereal at Fraser & Co.'s  Fresh fruits and vegetables arrive  on every steamer for F. L. Pillman  &Co.  Furnished rooms to rent���apply  Hotel Northern.  : A. C. Hirschfeld will return to  Atlin in, about a week, 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, n x 14  size, should leave orders at this office at once as they will operate for  one week only.  Fresh fancy biscuits at E. L. Pillman & Co. '   '    .'    .  The Spruce Creek Baseball Club  is giving a .dance in McDonald's  Hall, Discovery, on Saturday, 3rd  prox. to which 'everybody is invited  Continued from page 1.  Ward & Hall, on 79-S0 below,, are  doing some excellent work, and  have rich pay in sight. In this  vicinity a great number of men are  at work with excellent prospects  ahead of them.  Satisfactory reports have been  received from Canyon creek, a tributary of Dixie, where Messrs. Mc-  Caughey, Garrison and Winters, of  Skagway, in partnership wilh PI.  A. Baxter, of Atlin, are operating a  small hydraulic plant. The prospects have proved so good that the  owners have decided to increase the  capacity of their plant.  Good reports continue to come  from McKee creek, from the individuals and the hydraulic company.  Mr. Brophy is now in charge of  the Atlin Mining Co.'s property.  To sum up, the indications are  that this season's' output of placer  gold from Atlin will exceed that of  last year, and, further, that it will  go far to offset last year's deficit in  the annual returns. There has not  been a fraction of the gold won  which the district will yet produce.  The momentary quiet spell need  not discourage us, the harvest is  yet to come. "Tout vient a bout a  qui sait attendre."  Cumrn3ng<s & F��toHardson*  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 BIOTEL,  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  -  This   New   and   Commodious, Hotel was opened to the Public,  April  .16U1, 1901.���Everything in it is New.���Strictly l'irst Class.  CIIOKlSr WINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASf. GOODS A SPECIALTY.  P.   BURNS  ���& CO.,  Dressed Meats and Fish.  ATLIN   AND   DISCOVERY.  VENDOME   HOTEL.  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  FREE BOWLING ALLEY.  Bow-wow-w ow.  The case referred to on Page 2 of  this issue, in which Taku John sues  R.D. Fetherstofrhaugh for damages,  came up for trial yesterday. - For  this case the following- jury was  empannelled: J. T. Regan, foreman, I. L,. Gillespie, J. Fairbom,  T. \V. Sageman and J. L. Wallace.  ��� Judgment was entered for $5 in  favor of the plaintiff on the claim  and for $5 iu favor of the defendant  on the counter claim, without costs  to either side.  Hydraulic Giants & Hydraulic Riveted Steel Pipe.  We manufacture u full line'of nil supplies required for  . Hydraulic   Mining.  "We Iuive now in our shops orders for 7000 feet of Pipe: also-Water Gates, Hydraulic  Giants, etc.- Perhaps you may .need something immediately from the following lilies,  which we can ship at. once from stock: . ' ' v i,.  ENGINES       ' FANS ORE CARS - GRIZZLIES  BOILERS BLOWERS ORE BUCKETS BELTING  PUMPS BLOWERS VALVES ENGINEERS' FITTINGS, ETC.  The Vancouver Engineering'.Works  stjccessous to ARMSTRONG   &   MORRISON,  Iron   Founders, Boiler Makers and Machinists.  OFFICE   AND   WORKS,   VANCOUVER,   B. C.  S. L. Lovell was charged last  evening before Mr. Woods, S. M.,  with stealing certain articles, the  property of Theodore Meyer. After  evidei.ee had been heard, the accused was bound over to appear for  trial at the ensuing Court of Assize.  otel mttropole*  Rooms and Beds  Best Liquors and Cigars'  W. J. SMITH,       -      -      Prop.  THE   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B. C,  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day," Week or Month.  AMERICAN    AND   EUROPEAN    PLAN.-  J' Leathehda.t,E, Proprietor.  T-\' rj 1 Fine, new Four-Horse Saratogo leaves this Hotel at:  .UlXOn   DrOS. 8 a.m., 11. M) a.m. and H o'clock for Atliii.  ByS. MUSCAT, Auctioneer.  Today at 10 a.m. sharp 1 will sell by public  auction at the Exchange Auction Rooms,  Atliii, lhc choice stock of Gents' t''iii-iiishiiit;s,  Hoots and Shoes, Clothing, Bhuikots. Clears,  Valises, .Musical Instruments ami Watches,  also 21 of the most fasliiouubh) Ladies'Hats  ever como tn town. Opportunity oll'crud to  everybody to buy (foods at their own price.  Everybody Come.  Dance at McDonald's  Hall, Pine City, B. C.  JIMMY REGAN.  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  Now and Second Hand Tin und Granite Ware, Iron Steel, Picks, Shovels and Hlacksmith's  Coal, Giant Powder, Caps, l<*uso and Yukon Stoves.  Goods   Bought   Sold   end   Exchanged.  C. DOELKER,  .    .    .    FKESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made   Sausage.  Northern Hotel Building, First Strkkt.  G. IJ. II.VYKH.  .1. G. COKSEL.1,.  The    Spruce ICrcok   Ball  Club  will  (jive  a   daiico in  McDonald's Hall ou Auir. lid.  A pjood time guaranteed.  Everybody invited.  Admission $1.01).  J.:.B. NORTON & Co.,  GENERAL MERCHANDISE,  BOULDER   CREEK.  Utiggef Rotel  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  All Goods at Atlin. Prices���Freighting Pone.  I.eaye.Oi-ders at pillman's..  ���FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  A. :IN':   V  CONNECTION.  Headquarters for liul.inei; A I'ari'oH's staire.  PINE TREE HOTEL.  '     DISCOVERY, B.'C.    -  Finest: bf liquor's.     Good stabling.  Ed. Sands,. Proprietor.  O.K.  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  1". LINK Prop.  Now occupy their new quarters next  to the Hank of Ii. N. A... First Street.  The hath rooms are equally, as jjood as found  in  cities.   Private lintriuioc for ladies.  I  ���~rv*^-re;r.T.TOsrawy^^  ^"tsaass^

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