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 in  -~>  VOL.   7.  ATLIN, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY 26,    1902.  ''NO.   158.  ���J-    H.    Richardson,  Successor  to  -   Cuminings    &    Richardson,  The  Leading  House  NOW'S   YOUR   CHANCE:  For   Bargains  In   Dry-/Goods,   Boots   and   Shoes.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPJTAL    PAID    UP   ,#8,000,000.  Branches of tlio Bank at Seattle, ,  San Francisco,  Portland,  'Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Gold Dust Pukcii'ashi*���Assay Okficic in Connection.  J.-S.  MUNRO, Manager.  LOUIS   SCHULZ,  Wholesale   and    Retail'   Butcher  FIRST   STREET,.  ATLIN,   B.   C  Agents for: ���  ,.���      THE   STANDARD   OIL   CO.,  THE   CUDAHY   PACKING   CO., '  CHASE'-'&   SANBORN,    (Seal Coffee).  " ROSE   OF   ELENSBURG   BUTTER.  -.--.������-���Wholesaleaa& ,   Retail, ,-y.. .--��� --  The ROSS-mGGINS Co.,  We solicit your Mail Orders.  SKAGWAY, Alaska  Pioneer Bakery ana Restaurant.  SIM "CIA I.T IKS   IN  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Broad, etc.  Chas.  Mykr, Proprietor.  Good Rooms to Kent���By the Uay, Week or Month at reasonable nitos.  '   JIMMY REGAIN  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  Men'"   Half Stilus nnd Sinn1 Nails.   Henry Distort & Son's Saws. Windows, Doors,  Glass und Puttey, etc., etc..  BOOM���BANG ��� BOOM! Dynamite,' Caps   and   Fuse.'  Full Line of Winchester���Black & Smokeless���Rifle & Shotgun  Cartridges.  Goods   Boiiqlit   Sold   a ml   Exchanged.  THE    WHITE    PASS    ft    YUKON  ROUTE.  *��*   Passenger and Express Service, Daily (except Sunday), between  Skagway, Log Cabin. Bennett, Caribou, White Horse and Intermediate  points, making close connections with our own steamers at White Horse  for Dawson and Yukon points, and al Caribou for Atlin every Tuesday  and Friday; Returning, leave Atliii every Monday and Thursday.  Telegraph Service lo Skagway.    Express  matter  will  be received  for shipment to and from all points in Canada and the United States.  For information relative lo Passenger, Freight, Telegraph or Express  Rates apply to any Agent of the Companj- or lo  J. F.  Lkk, Traffic Manager, Skagway.  J. Lipscomuk,  Local Agent, Atlin. B. C.  G. IS. Il.iYKH. ' J.ff. llflHSI-l.li.  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  -...' ��� ,:.-"-' in" :  CONNECTION.       -  Headquarters for liuinior A I'tu-rntt's stage.  PINE TREE HOTEL.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  Hi). Sakd.h, Proprietor.,  HOTEL VANCOUVER-  HEST   LIQUORS   & .CIGARS  Goon   Accommodation. ���'Krhtauhant  in  Connkction..  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor-A  Good Stabling for Horson and Dose.  THE WILLOW D1TGH.  Judgment is at Last Rendered  In This Case.  Palmer  Allowed a Sluice-head   of  Water.���The Ditch Appurten  ant to the Property.  j. The following is a verbatim copy  of the judgment in the Willow  creek ditch case, given by Judge  Henderson on Tnursday :  "This is an action, brought  ori-"'  ginally   by   the   Plaintiff, ��� Joseph  Palmer, a Free Miner, "for and on  behalf  of   himself and of all other  members,   of  the   Willow   Creek  Miners' Co-operative Water Associ-  aiion "   against   William    Brown,'  Charles   Kent ,ai:d   Alfred   G. A.,  Robinson, Free Miners, as Trustees  of the said Association.  "This action was commenced on  the 27th J.ulyAi901, mid-by order  of the. late'Chief Justice McColl,  made on the 31st day of July, 1901,  the Atliu-Willow Creek Gold Mining-Co.; Ltd., and William Queen,  Byron J. Parrott and William Bul-  mer were added as defendants.  "Th'e*defendants, Queen, Parrott  and Buhner are assignees of a judgment obtained' in the Supreme  .Court of B. C, on Sept. 21st, 1900,  'by the Atliir "Lake" "Lumber Co.','  Ltd.,\against the Willow Creek  Miners' Association and others.  "The plaintiff, in his plaint, alleges, inter alia, that he and the  original defendants,.together with  other persons, l-.>. the number (including the plaintiff and original defendant's) of 80, Free Miners, entered into partnership in or about the  month of July 1S99, . under the  name of the ' Willow Creek Miners'  Co-operative Water Association' of  Discovery, for the purpose of supplying water to themselves and lo  other Free Miners owning mining  claims on Willow and Pine creek  benches in the Atlin Mining divi  sion."  "The said association, on or  about the 18th day of Sept, 1S99,  obtained from J. D. Graham, then  Gold Commissioner, -u grant of 2000  inches of water out of Pine creek  for the said mining purposes.  "The said association constructed a ditch for the use of the said  miners and the same was opened in  the month of August 1899.  "After certain allegations against  the trustees, the plaintiff claims:  1. Dissolution of said partnership.  ��� 2. Accounts and inquiries.  '3. A receiver and manage:-,  and against tlie defendants, the Al-  lin-Willow Creek Co., (by amended plaint) the full value of all water  used by the 'said company since  taking possession of the ditch in  question; an account of all rentals  and other monies received by the  said company from other persons  for the use of water from the said  ditch, after allowing the said company all payments properly made  by them for repairs or for rental  due to the Government.  "On July 30th, i9f>i> counsel  for the plaintiff obtained an order  appointing- Mr. 'NathanT. Shirley  Receiver of the rents and profits of  the above-named association or  partnership, and on the Aug. 6th,  1901, after the  adding  of the new  defendants, Mr. .Shirley , was dis-  chaig'eci li 13111 such ltccivtrship  without passing any accounts, ai.d  Mr, J. 13. Graham, then.Gold Commissioner, was appointed receiver  in his'stead. By the same order,  the late Chief Justice McColl directed certain enquiries and accLiints  lo be taken by "the Registrar. I do  not 'deem it necessary to ^et out in,  full the nature nnd extent'of tlie  enquiries-directed,,hut I may state  that the directions were exceedingly  full , and ��� comprehensive and contemplated a searching enquiry into  every matter, which, as far as could  be anticipated, was, or was. likely  to be, connected" with the,woiking  of the association,, and the attitude  of the So members composing the  same with respect to the matters in  dispute in this action.  " It may be well here to set out  the defences of- the various defendants to the action. I do not find >  that the original defendants have  filed any defence. The Willow-  Creek Co., after a general denial of  the allegations in the plaintiff's  'Statement of Claim, contend "that  they are and have been in posses- ���  sion of the ditch and have reconstructed the same and expended  large* sinus of money on the same,  which expenditure should be a first  lein on said ditch."  Tliodei'enduitts, Queen. Parrott and Milliner (without prejudice to their right to uti-  ject to the jurisdiction ol' flip Court) contend that ; ithcru was no partnership iu  July as. alleged in the Statement of Claim  and that if tiny pretended partnership was  formed that the sinue is invalid ami void under Chap, 41 U.S.. 15. C. , -    -  They also contend [1] that the .water record obtained by the .UleKed partnership  from the Crown is void ljeoaii.se of the nun.  compliance with the Water Clauses Act and  the 1'lacer Mining Act. , [i]. That the.nctjmi  ought not to he tried without tho'.Cf'own, iu  right of the Attorney Geuetal of British  Columbia beiujj added as. a party.  Thi'j contention, I might here state, ivns  not pressed before me, no argument on tin;  point having been addressed to me b.v counsel for-these defendants.  , On the reference directed b.v the late Chief  Justice- the leariled Registrar heard a nuiii-  berof witnesses on both sides and took voluminous notes of their evidence. The book*  of the Willow CrcoJt Miiier.s' Co-oporativo <  Writer Association were put in tis exhibit*  togetherviitli certain documents and papers  helating to the association.  rt was agreed b.v counsel for-the parties  that the evidence taken .before tin; Uegist-  rar, together with that portion of the evidence ol George A- Hraekett taken before  me should, constitute the evidence rdceived  regeived ��t the trio) of the action.  Jb'rom a careful perusal ol this evidence  together with tlio exhibits referred to, T am  enabled to give the following history ot the  case, which, I might here add, is involved iu  considerable complexity:    , ,  It appears that in the summer of 1S99, SB  Free Miners, of whom, pluiiitill" Joseph  I'alrner wtisone, finding it impossible under,  existing conditions to successfully work  their bench Claims on Willow creek, decid-  ed, using the words of the original Memo-  raiuluin. Kxhibit t*2," to foi-jn tin Association, pursuant to the provisions of the " Co;  operative Associations' Act." Tlio corporate  inline of the association was to be "The  Willow Creek Miners' Water Association,  Ltd.." and the objects of the association  were: t,  1. To construct a water ditch or Hume or  both as Jiiuy be necessary to convey water  from l'ino creek . . - along tho benches of  Pine creek through the Willow crock and  other mines for distribution to the claim  owners, 2. To levy <��J-take tolls, charges or  dues for the use of the said ditch or water  and I'm- construction, operation and maintenance of said ditch from members or iioii-  members, in accordance with the by-laws of  the association.  This memorandum was subscribed to b.v ,  the M) members and work was ut once commenced with tho result, thnt thuditch niisin  a cuniparnnvi.-ly shoit time completed. Coupons, ns thc.v ui-ru called, w ere .issued to thu  pesrons working cm the ditch, giving a credit of 3U cents per hour. It was contemplated  that I Iicm* coupons would be redeemed out  of tlio profits received b.v the association  when operations commenced. The association applied for and obtained on Sept. 1Mb,  ISilll. from tlio Gold C'ommi-siMtier a, water  record or grant of 2000 inches of waler in the  name ol the WIUow Creek Co-operative Association. Jt does not appear that the fee  was paid ou tlilf date as a letter appears tii  have been written on the same day to the  Secrelar-y by the Gold Commissioner, advising that oa payment of the fees under the  WatirClauses Act -.'?222��� ihe record for th�� .  2000 inches would be Hindi'.  At an early date in its' career the association seems to have encountered some difficulties, for. on the 20th of August, l.s'.w. us  appears from Hook I,���an exhibit���a resolution was carried that "We, the Willow  Creek .Miners' Water- Association, resolve  ourselves into n Joint Stock Co.. under the  Companies' Act, ISO"." The minutes state  that the resolution was curried almost unanimously, threo members voting against  the proposal. One of those members was tho  plaintiff, but I have been unable to ascertain  who the other two were. 1.1 is stated in tlio  evideueo that tliero wero present al tlu��  meeting others   besides   Ihe original .Ml, but  I  ii 1,  ill  Ul  P  1  -111  ii  iHfl  fsj  V  %  *���.������*_��*,,.f,.  '1 5-"��"/l*��*sw  ��*-J4l*i-/n.v��mil.* ��� aa;::-.a-V'  ;;A'Rrji^,:Vr^  ElBi-  Ilii  l>V  :'-:; I'nblislicd'/every/'Saturday. ;'m'<��y,"uii i'i  V' 7 r'.'T'JK'Ari.iN-'Ci.Ai.'ii   Huithisiii^rCcj.V"''  '���'���������' -V\ '���';;?'������������' ������...'X j (',. .'ll'j'iisViiiii-Ki.ii.l-Miridi/r. ���;'���.'.';���,..;���:. .���>  ..'..'���.^.;.-;....',Hii...Toi>.rr..i;jluw  '-���-'  Ofllo'e.'oi* p til il million' I'/tliY ,.S-;,,.Vtlitr.rll; (!.i;  AilverHsiugf Ibltes V  $|.(HI . per'jiich/each  ij i nsi' rt ion: .(IiiVnti i ng'.ii'otj'-i's, ;2.V cent s: |i I inc.  : t*i>ei-iaf:Contract  Knfi's;(in tipiiUcitt'ioif.v ;""';  .     "I'lli! subscript ion-prii.-o is .-Sfi it  yi.-c.r,   payable ,iii advance.     No piper will he'delivered,;  unless this condition is complied wilh.  ^AtuK.n.-vv'V.Tj Y-i.y/Ao/ A9��A'  VVA: IjKFOI*. i-VLlieVCpu i; ty;VCdui'At!i.is  V;.,\ V;\veekAtwd //very:; iinpiii:taiit;in:itters;  A:jV;navefcome^ipvV^oi*:. 'hieariug^;l*he'  /AAloiYgASto^  /v///creelA ditch/At^  A/Vicpticlu^  '���VV;;:!ipl/is.:��;fo'rJ Uliqse\;v:inlcrested:to,.say,f  ///'//niidV/j iidgin'eiitA-has/ bbenV liaiidecF  A' clow ii v by V 1iis/Hbn o u r 2 7 j 1i d ge/H e i A  V/;Adenwil/A^^  A!;:v.ni,e'iVt3is"Vgi  ���: A^lie-otlieAAase- referred VtoVis/tliat;  A;/.cf.;;//EIVl/[//KehA^  AJAjuicI^  AV/GoldARYihv/ys.V^  A//iridiyidual5i^  -��� -tliiiAsame^-Areek. ^'^���liisV;actid'ii;is:  ;;;;;V;brought/, to/V  AvVtakeh/frpiu/tlVe -gr'ouiid; siiiceVjune  A-'Aji^  V;' ; the V pro pert v,--��� i ii > -other. : words/.  VVv^3O(0q\isVichumedVf brvtfesiiass;:;. v To,  VAVpSfAtliis/ylbok^  A:V-against/;; the.u-uling pfthelate-Golcl  g.Vvpbmtnissibiierynvhich //.yois/; filed/oh;  .V:Aitlie';'3ptiiA^^  AAvto/seyera 1 /Alaims;Vwithiu ::tlie;,:Coh-;  :Vv?"fipesVpfAh  ���'���(ff.A'decisi.o^  :VVand;.tliisV'will;Vdoubtl^ss ; bc;i:based  V; viipou the/validity of a'certain /agree;  Ameut -'made/between/ Messrs./Wil-  ;V sou & SenklerV solicitors, for /the  V-   plaintiff-,   and/Mr'. / JAD.: Graham.;  ;..UllB  .Yiot/appear V;'toV be .on record in the  W local /AlPvennnent A Office,2. as it"  //certainly/ought to. be, .and. until'the/  : .production; of.'V'tliis document and  V :the;order/made/bj/Yhe then Minis-:  VV ter: of/ Mines; ~. judgment will most  VV; probably- be' reserved. '//A//'-' - V- V  A:-vTrip on -tKe/:Greeks'-'---  2,7:' /AehstveVOperatidns.  Ex-  ���Thp: Bir-eh-Creek Cleanup /.V^. The  V/ALedge .is'Struck oil/the Lake-  ������ :.AiView. A v/:AvvAv:':vAv/' AAv  ���A-  Popular  intnient.  ������������:'������..���T.H.iv. last;until   brought-:.inV;the  news of; the: appointment   pf   Mr/  : John... Williams;/as;;; Postmaster of  /Atlin.  : TheAippoiuttneuL is dated  "Vat Ottawa, July 5t.l1..- / ���..;/;  ���/���������/Mr; Williams; hadv the/peculiar  '���'/'privilege  of hot. having  'been a;:  applicant   for   tlie position,-'/yet -a  : request forAlus'/ appointuYeiitVwas  endorsed alike   by .'the 1/ib-Conser-  vative  and   the   Liberal parlies, so  that it cannot well be said lie was a  ..." wire-puller." ..'' 1'Voin his long and  ��� faithful occupancy of-the secondary  position in the   local   office, he has  unquestionably  deserved   the   promotion he has now received and his  ��� appointment is surely one "won by  'merit."  Wc extend our congratulations  to Postmaster Williams, and we  voice the sentiinentof the .public in  .saying that.no more popular choice  could have been-made fur the office.  A'AsAyas/re^  ;lasl:;Saturdi!y^a/pai-tiad'p  hiade'oii/tiieApi^  ���Lakc^.Mu'iii'igV^  .���;;:./0'ii'rV);e^^res'enial]'y^  ���i 1 i\-iUiLibY 1;:-'f*i-pni /t 11 e ;;i\;I:ii 1;Vg;eV^/ Jvl i-V  'Jackson;';-;, to;witness_ tlie/cleaiiujAA-V  .vei-:y/;.Varge.::;/aiup.iin  lias/./beenAdon'^  feet/Af/bedi'bclcAayeragiiigVy^/leei^^  wicle;';Vlias/l^epiiV;A'^hed,;/  IheAbech-pckVZilsp^  cleaiietl1 And/will Vijpti;-be;uuUill'liitei;  11 ihe^sc;ison/f.\yheii;/iheV  gi iis":tp/'1pwer::://Tlie//c  S at 1i i'd a y ��� v is 77111 e V > r es u 1 t/;:;.p f;, a 11 i;i 111 -'  ine/iise.:^iantit\//o^  pwicticallj/'wp^lliiess/g^^  ;11 a;dV/to.;Vbe/im6 ved /,j aiid ] 0 - u 11:1 e r/t ii'el  circumstaiices//t;lie /ambuntt, wpii^is  'fa i rly /'sa tiskt'etory; ;/V/;pii ig-'. .rseaSbii  ^:;iiew/;c.ut;Ava:s;iA[i/pn/ ihe;west;rim  of;the creek;;aii'cV'the^fluine/set/upbi 1  sol id/bedrock y/as /1 lie/plcl / fl u lji'e J- was  fpiincf;to;'haye'-sei:tle"d/sp-:uHich;;a  be useless///A'fteiAt^  'i;uii;-;;aiiotlier;V:i;5J3::^  gutter/bfVtlieVpliaimel/Vivilt.;; hriye  b;ee n "reached -a n'ci ~L 11 Ve ;Co m pit 11 y /\\- ill;  ;tlien; be;.enal^led/tc/-/get/'at;;;/  cpnce^itralipn/p^hfii/goldVde^  The;.Anahageme;n't:.?is'V'eoiifideutbif  accbmplishjng/this \yprk/withii-.tlie  next ;tiiree;'or ,/fou r/\Yeeks.AAAA/VV  ;::;The,vyprk-s6/';far.; doiie : is a Very  great creditto-the.1'present. manage-.  ineht/and-^tlie;practical ^maimer in  \vliich;.;ail details .-have been carried,  ouAwili soon make -itself/ apparent  in the/economical /Avorking  of - the'  property::. //A V/: --':' '"���'' -/A./; .;���"/  /VCertifleates of Improvements A /:  Vioi!y:/clipSs,���'���'.'ruKNcii / anij/Zai/vini*'  r; Mineral/Cliiiins, siiuate.l; in. tlie Atliii  '2(: ijiitijiig'j'iistrict, iit'tjio 'SW.': corner. "f/A1*.  ; ;r liii':':hiiUe, tw;ij Tniiics ' l'roni Atlin: l'jtilie,  ,.';���':..'ni'iir llob'o Creelc;;-';',-^: :���'..;'./.;.������' ���.'���"���:;;.  TvjOT.ICli is;;,hcrel/y,'givlin ;'tliat/l.VXqebI.ii-;  ^yorilloit;\/l/->!-C���;N</^i' IS:*5./titi;��l,.asAllor:  ;ney-in'-factV foi- Tour baynrdiere, K.M.f;., No.  ���n/.ISS-lV.'nh'd KranUJ.averiliei-e/ VMXi.y Nii./H  I.S:I2, intend (It) days froni date hereof,. Ui.^iiji-.,  ply to the .Miiiiugltecorder for ti Certilicatc  of lmpi'overiients,;for the purpose of obtain-;  ing apt-own ('���raifl.id'the;above claims. -:'-, ���  /A N" J j ���;- If,t_> H't'i 1 KH| 'J.'tV Ith 'notice t hut actio n u ii-'  dei-Section H7; iniist ;l)e; cpinnieiiccd' before  the  is-suahce qrst'icli'Cortilleatu,'<i|-.-l.iniiroyo^  th ent 2172- rr7 ^-/V /:" ;v:/:-;: ������'���/ ::.V-V- 2777:77yi7l7::  ���: / /-iVu * 'iu 11'- t.i iri iV 'ar> i-.ii ;ir i/ii j^uf .IJ.i i ii r/v^.i v.oa'A'.-W';- .:A''-f-i*;? i'���!/  je2S-li0d ;:. -.;,/; /. { -; ;v,a/No It I. .I.A'v lili I'u'itli K;'";  ;HUTTKV'V; A' H'iS'l.lJN'ii; VV/JiiViilW,"GIllyAT  ,-;'.;:ii'AY.IjS V. .Mineral .(.'laiiiis,;Sit 111��ti>:i 111. 11 '<'  '���fc;Soitt,h'iihd <if A1 lin; l.tiltttiri'tlio Atliii Ilis-  .-'���;; t i-ict: aboi:t.; t woi; in lies f rom; I lie; head ��r.;':-:  ���.���'���V'lj/i'ij't'eyi.iilot.''..-'.:'-^  '-r'Al'lvNotico thiit. l/.l: ii.' Brownlee; Agent1;  '/',-7.--//"-r<ii-:i>]olVii;;Gn'|ilia'e,^ iu-.V  .teiid;|in'(la.vs, f i-onv date/liereof. to apply to tliOj'  Jliinh^Vlleeqnler/foi'VCertifictites; of ,Tm-  pi-o vein cut s, 'for ; the:; piiri'iosc.i.'of .obtaining'..  Crown; Grunts of-'th(-/iil)<>ve <,iaims".:i ::....';  :   A'NO';': l-'urmikit./j'l'al'o' notii;��V thai ; iii-liouV  -undei'^eetioii 117 iiiust..li.-! cohiiiiiiVu-:-!,': l^ll'orc' ii  ;the:;is-suaiiC-o.or;.s'ueji Oui-ti Jlc:itiviff:.li!i]ii;ovr'- :'  ;iiVeuis.:/?'-V;A/V-.;;Vv-:;/'V'/V..^  .VntiVcd/iit/,Atliii|tliis:.2ii(l/ltiy of-./iYyv-lW''!- /���������'  j.v-r.-ijiici 'VV//-----,;.',"���'"-;.'/':":-:'-;Av:' 7"7.'27-:7"';:"-;:;  /;/;A;V:';Notico'/bfpissolu tion;/;;;/;, :���':;/  TVrOTIC12;is bt-rcbyi.giyeu/UHtt/tlie/pm-liu-r-:,?  ^;rVs|ii|i.;liet-ct<iroiMV/!Xistitig:'bel wei-ii.'-tlio.��� ���;  iftiilersigneil, tit Atlin, II./C..-as--'.Cuiiiii!iiigs,K  tv; Iticlia'ril.soti,."; lias iiiiii;;dn>V;.l'M'e'h'Vilis��olved.:.;'  ' ;;Mr;:|{icliiir<lsoi(i who coilt i1111nsVIi11siinoss, '.���  will/pay, roll;, li:il>ili( ii!HV-,tiifd ^'oblloe.t.K.iil.1 ih:-;;.  counts. :,.7:7:'- :/���"/'.;;;./';.. j;.;; ;.;j-;:'. 'V^V;.VVV//' VV/VV;  //bali-il.-af'Atiiii;;l'/'C/ TliivKtliYliiyVil'Vlijiiu;/;  l!ili2/':>>ife':S-/;^i!Wl*.'!^l^  "2iy~y:��2 ���- V:/-;V;A. ����� i'l'l'iyUY Aim/'itt i^'Ia umUlikM:  /'^IglglRSgHREt^  *'Luattb'e$^  M; i Y-risT X'l/VA/rivr-v? 21 ;^A 0/  'Brakcii/6Y/Kicr*//A'r;lWYsco^  $M  /./:/;iV;:V,;./:;E>/R'psSELl_l'- /.Manage rAZA/A/V/V  ; Copne p, ;PeaY*lVa;n d^  :/;:Upon the; 'J/akeview group/ of  mineral claims, betweeirBirch -mid  ]3pulder;creek's,.ou wlrich/develop-  ment; work is being done: on behalf of .a//Pen nsylyauia.:: com paujA  atiiniiel lias been driveiY'to tap .the  ledge, and.iu a distaiice ;of 6S  feet  tlie, ..ledge//was/.: s'truck.;..;../.. It./lias;  decidedly   widened 'at   the/ .level  where .it   has   been   struck, aiid it  ���has-lost none of its ��� characteristics.  l^u:-ther development willa'ssuredly  prbve/tbatAhe  expectations of the  property, will be fully realized/' Mr.  \\V,/A- Brown   \vho, is in charge of  the preseu't work reports that at, the  back end of  the   drift their operations  have  been   much  hampered  bv surface water.  TlusV;::'NewAYmdVZCpinmodioi^^  ;^:$/V;i'&th^i:^^  ;Ap//VV;/:VA<;iio!CEsr:vyiNEs/Y^  (\ pril-  .-:���-!< I  George E; Hsyes, Prbprietoi*/  'Cor-./First .viAN'ib'ArKAfNbu.-.S'rR'icjs'TS.  -Q7 7;  .017  r\  ,���-.'-  0. ������������"���  O  a:'--:-  *���-.."  ���OV//  O . :  077. ���  ��/  ;";  ��&o<>0.-��70$0<>c>*0$rj.$��^  ��� This First. Class.Hotel lias h6iiii..reriio(leicd ami refurnished throughout  and oU'ei's the bcst'nccoiutnuilatioti to Trausicnl or Pt.-i-iijiiueut,:  :���:,,. ' -������:';<���- .       (.-Jiiests.���Aincrictin and Iiui-opetui iiliiti . v v /;,  / Fastest'V&Bss&Sg Li���s&pPS'aittd'Q'!gas7i&'��2r2222-72':\2:  /'-;,/���// -/:/'���/';. ''B'iiii^a i,-d;s/?,an''d^:'/P:0 0:l.V;::/:/;/.v:: :.;���-//���;;*/  ���m  1UNKST Koyrm^^  ���^���:;A^tiv::A;eQNl>Up��  ���;-..-���;. FBfenGBfiR^t&sirasif' ih 'Ooirenecf/o����/:'"':-;'v;/'''-''V'.:*;-.:./������':���'-."  ��� ������'^",:-;--      V v r;2 ������ David Hastiij, /Pkoi-kiktoj*.. ./'.'  ������������7:7:   Corner of first:aiid Discovery Streets/ / : . / //!,  ,V  DISCOVERY,   B.C.  A short visit was also made to  the properly of the Sociele Miniere'  on boulder creek. It has been previously rc'iiorted that bedrock was  struck some little time ago and it  was our pleasure to see that a .pros-  porous condition of affairs is the  outlook,for the company.' In '��� making preparations to add another box  He has, been tested, tried and not [to tlie flume, a strip of ground, 12  found   wanting,    and    trust     that / l*y 3 feel, mid about 6 inches deep,  was shovelled into a temporary  sluice-box by two men, and over  /ii(u)   cleaned    up.     It   should   \>c'  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week Qr Month.  The Bestof Liquors and Cigars always in  Stock/ ���- Fine stable in con  uectipn with the House. *  AMERICAN    AND.-. EUROPEAN    PLAN.  "'.���'.-.'. <!. W. Joii!.-.uti:V;. .Manager.  V01*.  though the   position   is more arduous than   remunerative, it will'be a  ���step to something better...  Call and get Prices at  ffl  71  4 .' '.I-  <i  ATLIN*,- B.C.,    SATt-UPAY.  jn.Vcfi.   ph.2.  can   give   You   as Good Yaltte for your CASH as  any House in Town.     ,  Try   ass   with   it   and   see.  %K 'fraser  rocerles, Provision^ etc.  ,   Giant   Powder   on   liancl.  suited-thai this strip was all under  wate'rand that' the gravel, consisting of clay and gravel, could noj.  becjine disintegrated in a box  length, possibly not one-quarter ol  the gold was caught, but passed on  into the flume. Some 12,000 cubic  yards of material, mostly boulders,  have been moved already this season, as comp.'ircd with about 10,000  for the whole of last-season. Now  thai l^edrock lias been struck, the  pit is b-jing widened and two sets  ol" boxes have been put iu. Before  the close of lhc season bedrock will  be cleaned up by band sluicing and  a good return is looked for, apart  .altogciher'from what the hydraulic  flume will'yield.  Tu coi versa! ion with Mr. Henry  Maluin, the company's Manager,  as to next season's operations, we  learn thai il is intended to move the  present intake of the supply flume  to the original point of diversion,  further up tlie creek, and that the  bedrock flume'will be replaced this  fall by a 4-fool flume, by that  time the mine will have b>-;eii well  opened up and its value determined.  More extensive operations will then  . be necessary for the economical  working of the property. The  monitors will be placed above the  mine, instead ,of in the mine as is  now the case. The pressure, from  the new intake will be a head of  over 400 feet/which it is"considered  necessary to have owing to the  depth of the ground and to give  force enough to  shoot the boulders  OUNCE DIGGING  There Are No Laggards On  Spruce Creek.  Tho Output This Season Will Ave-  rag-o More to the Man Tlmn  on Any Previous Season���  Bis- Cleanups Common.  Atlin,   s$ia$$g<sst 2 and Grape t Rings  And All 'Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured on theQPrem'ises.  $Kf��"    Why seud'oul when you can get goods as cheap here?  v    Watches Fr&ssa $5 ujs.   Fine Line of Sazivc?i:i' Sssccms. ,  JULES ��� EGGERT &' SON, The Swiss Watchmakers.  NOTICE.  into the flume.  The big cleanups on Boulder do  not seem lo be only occasional, as  on Saturday last Clinton and Smith  cleaned up 106 ounces with j men  for six days' run, while Tim Ravi,  in the same time, look out 86 o/.s.  with four men. From all accounts,  there seems lo be very few blanks  ou this creek and we have yet to  meet a man with a grievance.  Mr. Morris, who has held a considerable interest ou Boulder, has  sold out to Norton Bros, and left  tor his home iu Anacortes, Wash.,  on Thursday.  Upper Pine creek does- not show  the activity which was displayed  during last winter. Opposite Gold  Run, I/.:up & Co. have erected a  large derrick and seem lo be doing-  good work, fhey have two pumps  at work, and several men are em-'  ployed on the ground. Only one  or two of the bench claims ou "Tar  Flat " are being operated. On H.  1-1. I'Vaser & Co.'s ground, near the  tipper Sunrise pit, a large amount  ol work is being done with exceedingly profitable results. The drift  is in some 150 feet and cross drifts  are being run up and down the  channel. Dogs are used in hauling  the cars to and from the mine to  the dump and they give splendid  .lalislactiou. A 11 u inix:r uf men arc-  employed ou the ground. By an  ingenious co'itrivauce in the way of  a dump box, the grave! is thoroughly separated from the clay before going into the sluice boxes.  This year's development work on  Spruce creek has shown up some  wonderful results, in fact, it will  not be at all surprising 'if the season's output does not come up to  thai of an}-1 previous year, while it  will certainly exceed the gold yield  per man of thai of any past season.  The work, being done is almost  equally divided between the creek  and the bench claims,' and it is'a  stand-off which will wield the  palm. There is no creek in the  district upon which more dead  work has had to be done, and none  other that can show the work done  iu a more miner-like manner. , The  creek for a distance of 4000 or.  5000 feet is dotted all along with  immense friction hoists. The first  of these was . erected by Ward &  Hall on 79 below, and though, at  the time it was considered a wiiste  of money, this method of mining  iu deep ground has proved one of  the greatest boons lo the miners on  this creek and, in consequence, its  use is general. Some of the rigs  are more com plicated than others,  but the general efficiency is about  the same.  10. M. Bauon and associates on a  group of benches about 126"below,  iu a test cleanup, some days ago,  took out over 60 ounces. Mr. Ban-  on is building a flume, about a mile  long, to bring water on to his  ground. This test cleanup amply  justifies him iu his venture.  Muirhead & Nissen, from their  creek claim; about, 100 below, from  a nine days' run took out over  $1000. While Anderson & Co..  90 below, with six men for four  weeks took out $5000. " A g'/j  nugget was picked up from Swan--  sou & Hullgreu's creek claim, 100  below, last week. This, among  other claims iu the vicinity, is  better than "ounce diggings'' and  the owners were down looking for  more men. Irving Bros., on S3-4  below, in their last cleanup, averaged over 3 ounces a day to the  man. Bedrock on this claim is  only L\y7, feel.  I,  'rite l.o Itu.v,  l.dl.,    I.itt.,    Miniiiir   C'uiiiimii.v,  owning tin-  l.i; I'oY,  Hun  Tail, HTjAC'i;  ���Iaim,-, Burn;.   Ismii-i.i.a.  Iiiaiio, I.i'cai.  TiiMir.i:.   mill     l.m'i.K   Jim:     I-'iiaction  1   .Mineral f'.liiiins, s>it utilcil   in   Utility Hollow, (;liilkut .Mining- Division of t!ii--siai-  District, I!. C.  To IIAItNAlfl)   HOVI.   mi (Viinai 111s A<ikvi-  ,-011 Adi'.Nis :  llii'   undersigned   Jo-.,   W:   Smith,   pari  uwiii'i-  ol    tin)   iiliovc-uiiiucd   mineral  (-lain:'.,   Imruliy  sivu   notk-i-   to  the nlxivi--  nniueil   Barnard  lloyl ot- other his Agent or  Aucul*,  Ihtir 1 do licreliy-j-eiitie^t   thu said  Barnard Hoyl   or other hit, Afieut or Ajients  lo   conli-ihiito   his   share  of the assessment  work   done   on the  .said   claims,   viz.:   ono  year's   assessment   work",   irom July, JMlto  July, VM2, anion in in'u   to the .sum of ? Ui',1.10.  Unless Ihe .-uid  amount lie  paid to mo on or  liefore the 7th day of Septeniher next I shall  proceed,  under und hy virtue ol" the power*  I'oni'eri'ed     hy    Section     1   of  tlio  .Mineral  Amendment   Act.   1IU0,   r-eiiealiuir Sui-tiou 11  of Cap. IJol I he Statutes ol'lSifl.  Jos. W. Smith,.  IJy.J.NO, P.   f.lNUSAY,  Atlin, li. (J., JuiieJtli, l.'li*:  Atty.-iu-I-'aet,  '.   Frank Mob lev,,- '  Taxf clerrn Lst,  ATLIN,'-B.C.  I-'urs and Skins diessed���Birds  Animals stuffed.  ma  Prices can   be obtained upon application to A. C. Hik.schi'Ki.j>,  Specimens   on   exhibition   and   for  sale at the Claim Office.  W^��  R.  -ALASKA   ROUTE  SAILINGS.  The   following  sailings   are   announced   fer   the month of July ���  Leaving Skagway at 6 p.m.,   or on  arrival of train:  Pk in cuss -May,  .July  roit  01*  Alaska,,   Yukon   and  .      Northern   B.C. "  TROAI  Skagway to At! in & Dawson  CO  TO  HIRSCHFELD'S  Aim uk  9  '���9  29  7-  21  For further information, apply or  write,to        H. B. Dunn, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska.  A. 1'KUNICH,* Proprietor.  Pellew-Harvcy, Bryant & Gilman  rrovinciai Assayers  Hie Vancouver Assay Office, [slabiislicd ISflO.  Flesh Fish Alwavs on Hand  Hydraulic and Other Companies  Supplied at Wholesale Kates.  W.   WALLACE GRIME   & Co.,  Notaries, Pulilic.  Third Street, Atlin B. C.  W.  WALLACE   GRIME   &   CO.,.  Agents.  I.nriro or SinallSuniplos forwarded for Assuy,  >TS&E.  H ATI-IS  .���   HARHKR SHOP  I*. LINK Prop.  Now occupy their now  t|inu'lei-s next  to the Hun U of li. N. A., I'i rut Street.  Tint Imth rooms lire equally a.s j^ooil uk found  iu  citios.    I'rivule  liuli'tiiicc for Indies.  Back   numbers  Claim can alwavs   b  Claim office,-.price r5,.cents  of   the   Atlin  had  at   the  -RJOTICJIi is herehy (,'iven Ihat.Thirty days  from iliito I iiitead to apply to Ihe Chief  C'oniinissiouec of Lauds and Worlis for a  .special licence lo cut and carry away thither  front the following (Ic-erihed Iniiil: Coin-  mi'ticiiif; ut a post, iiim-ki'il *��� li. Uidd's N.li.  cornel- post," which is situattd on Moose  (h-tielc ��� ahout'hiilf a mile Irom its mouth ���  A I Mil lake, and i-liiiiiinir fs. i miles, I hence W.  half a mile, t hence. S.'i miles, thence li. half  a mile to point of coiiiiiieiiceinent.ctititaiiiiii^  lil 1 acres. li. Knw,  The Atlin Laid; Ltimher Co.  Atlin. II. C. -Iiiue III. I Ufa jo-Sl-lt  MINING |}KGK��RS & COMMISSION AGI.NfS.  Fire    &    Accident    Insurance.  Agents  voir  Pr-LLIiW-HAIiVI-Y   &   CO,   Assayers.  ^SZS>. Ir (J*-* v: v" y"r- rv^ iCJ*  ,n  A'  No. 44.  NOTICE.  A    COURT   of As,i/.e, Nisi   I'riiis. Oyer und  Terminer and   (Jcueral   (Jnol   llelivery  will   lx: Imldeti in the Court  House al   Atlin,  on Tuesday, the 12th day of Atinusl, lyre  liy Coiitnuind.  .1. II.  I'lIKXTfCK,  Actine; Prni iiieial Secretury.  Prnviiu'liil   S[-cri-tai-.i's   Ollice,   Tith   .lunt-,  ISU2.  , ��� je2S-ll  $J3.25  blades in all Mio f;(.and;n-d cH-li-  bei-f; boib Piim and Cenioi' Fire.  W'ojglifcjiljoufc 7 jiounds.    Filmu:-  ai'd bun-el for rim lii'ociirii-idg'.'M,  2-1  inches.    l-'-.,d-cculor-firo cart-  n'dgor-, 20 incha1-.  Ir tiicso rilk'S c.-.-o not, cariicd i:i Klook  )>y your clcnlci-, .scud jn-ico i.iul wo *.vil 1  scuil it to you exprt'S'i in-cpm'tl.  F-'i-ml !-,liir.i]i fcii-catn'.o-; (k'fcriliinitcniii-  lilelu lino mill conUiiiiiii^  v:ilu:iblti   iu-  f l!)i-iii:uio:i to shoot;:r.s.  CTr^ag f.  CHIC  j   The J.  I ?. a. Cox CrilCOPC: r.ULO, :-;a.. j. jj  Copies ol   the new   I'lacer Act of  iyoi, consolidated wilh the Acts oi"  'iSoS   and    1899,, for   sale   at   thu  Claim Office.  ; l  1,1  --,'*  'il  \l  v  IM  . >  il  il  1*1  is  1 ti  i  ��  i  7l\  2i.i  i  i  us  n  HI  t*,��ii*o'/A*^-u'Ji;,"VH'**��i��Xiii.r-;w  >'i.iit��-��.P.'rt,'!i2r,tt5if'a*3i.  ..l:i��fl>iftft���:r^!���, jt,-+*i��*" ATLTN,  B.C.,  SATURDAY,  JLM.Y  26.   1902.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Christie's and Fancy Biscuits.at  E. I,. Biilmiin & Co.     ���  The Bishop of Caledonia���Bishop  Ridley --who has frequently visited  Atlin, intends .resigning ou his return to Kiiftl'ind.  ' Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure.---It is sold iu all tlie stores in  Atlin.  CUT BRICKS at the Atlin  Cheap,Cash Store :. o  Cream,   large  size,   ��9-00 per case;  40 cents per tin.  Cream, small   size,   $8.00 per case;  20 cents per tin.  Milk, small   size, $S.oo-per case;  20 cents per tin.  Creamery,Butler, 40 cents per lb.  'Sugar, to lbs. for St.00.  All other Groceries, Provisions,  etc., cut from 10 lo 20 percent.  Dry Goods, Clothing, _ Boots' and  Shoes at half price.-��� M. L'OLi-v.  Rev.-K. I,. Slcphcnsou has, been  made the recipient of a set of handsome alter-vessels for St. '.Martin's  Church". The donor was Miss  Arrowsmith of Morfa House,  Shrewsbury,, Kng.  To Whom il may concern: ��� I  will UNDKRSHLL any company thai-  tries to sell Giant Poivder on commission in this camp,���  J. T. Rl-.GAN.  New stock of Flies and Fishing  Tackle at Dockrill & Bourne's.  Have your teelli fixed !���A dentist comes iii by next boat.  Wall paper at Fraser &VCo.  Fresh consignment of Fancy.  Groceries, - at .popular prices, al  K. .17. Pillman & Co.  The excursion, on the Scotia, tomorrow, will be to Pike river. Tlie  steamer will slop al McKee creek,  going and coming,    The fare is Si.  There is more solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  House lining and oil-cloths at J.  A. Fraser & Co.  The Coronation will be celebrated, on the 9II1 pros, in Atlin, by a  big day of sports. The Indians  will take part. A full account will  appear next week.  Furnished rooms to rent���apply.  Hotel Northern.  Agen's specially selected fresh  ranch eggs���McDonald's Grocery.  Big shipment of Blue Ribbon  Baking Powder at Fraser & Co.'s,  25 cents a tin.   .  I    have     licoii     inialih)     to   learn    ol     mi.y i  other-; ol'lhe Sii, hi-Odes- t lie t hree mentioned,  w ho have ill    my time  entered any   protest  iiiiuiiist-1 hi; ai-l ion outlined iu tlie ri-sulution.  11 limy hi.'well lo note here I hut I In-enii-  teiitiiui of the,plaintiff's counsel thai tho,  oi-ijtiiial nsvM'inlioii was a partnership, cati-  nnt, in my opinion, pi-c.t'ttil. It was inteuil-  cii. us appears fi-niii tlio memorandum ."'  nsiociuriou, to Uu-tii a co-operative association undei- the "Oo-operntive Association  Act," hut no sulisciineiit steps appear to  iuive hi'i'ii taken. Tlie result, in my opinion,  is tliat the pluinUll' was nut liiuind hy the resolution to form a .lointStoek Company,  'I lie resolution ju.st ineul ioneil was acted  iiliou.aiul in due i-iiuiv.' I he iiieorpiiriitiou  was ell'ecteil iiiider the inline of " The Willow Greek Miner*' Wnler (Jo., Ltd." 1 hi  Cei'tiiicati- of 1 nuoi'^ariitio:i is set out. u  full on iiasre :l.-| of Hook I.  Almin this time, us appears from evidence, creditors l>r;;;ui to pri;ss for pii.Vinent.  At the first meeting of the shareliolilers ol  tin w company, held on Get Ith. ISil'.i, u resolution was curried that (lie directors Im  empowered to horrow money In nu.-i.-t the  pressing indi-litodness of t he company, but  iIiumiiii not to I'Ncceil SSI'llll. llispiiinted  out. h.v counsel for tlie plaint ill', t hut there  was nil (iiioriun al this niurtiujr, ami the  proceivlinns urn tlieri'l'oi'n ii-rciiiiliiri ll<i\\-  ever this may lie, I nii-rclj cull atlentiou to  (lie resolution lo einpli.-isixn tin-fact of the  iiiilclileiliics.. NoliiiiiH furtlicr seems to  Iuive hecii ilone lit any siiljseipii-ut ineetlui;  uCz-tlie" sliiiroliuhlei-s or ilirectiirK of I ho new  eoTiinaiiy during the year of ISii'.i to nlleet  tlie pivsenl action, i'Ni-epl, possiltly, tin;  stateiiu-nl. nt tlie im��r-i inw of I It li Oct.. IS'BI.  thiit " the directors hull iintiniinoiisly ti,rei d  to inn lie ii call of SO |ii: i- cent ,,n the s tut re."  Ill-lure the Spring ol liU'tl the ili-fi-iiiluiit>>,  the Atliii-Willo'A- I'D hud acuuired. tln-oiitih  Mr. Ilruclu.-tl. (heir Mtiuiieer,-a In i-jro number of coupons, represent tn;r Inline done on  tlie ditch. Tin: coiiiimiiy eoattiiuicil to ae-  ipiire coupons, fi-iuii yarioui persons until  tlu:y were- iu possession, as appears Irom u  stiiluiiKiiit put in i.-vidence, of <-oiipoiis licur-  iiii.'al'ace value ef !>it'!U,'(.ri. It is not necessary now to disctis.s the le^nl clfect-ol t hesi-  coupons. The eoiupiiuy ,aiso ui-(|iiired eer-  tuin mineral claims of the orli;iiin.l SO. The  liL'^istriir.s report stales tliis iiiimlier to lie  III. Init (his it disputed.- In any event (he  uitiitber appears to lie-nut less t linn II."). In  the month of April or curly in -May. lilllll, Mr.  nraclcetjstutes iu his evidence thnt thiscom-  imiiv wits requested lo trilce ovi;r tlie ditch b.v  the'Willow Creek Miners' Wtiter Co., Ltd.  Uraclcett had pi-i.-viously been aslied to pay  tlio fees due to the Government U-T, koop tlie  As the plaint ill', I'almer has not disposed  of liis claim, nor. iu my opinion, ol his interest in rlmditch, I hold that he is entitled  to t he use of one sluiee-heii<l of water in the  ditch, he to make his own eoniiectioii. J he  eonncctioii must not. bo iiimle with the C-Ut-  ford lluiiie, uiilnss with the consent or the  (lefeniliiut co.npiin.v, ��s, I liavealready pointed out, this fornind no ptu-t ol tlu-orijrinal  scheme, hut was purchased by the Atlui-W il-  iow Creelc Co. from Clifford. 'J o. obviate  the'neeessitv oT u further account mc and  save fiirtfiei"e.\|ienso and litigation, 1 tlunlc  it ailviHiihlo to lix the plaintiff's rate of payment, at W.OO per sluice-head.  With respect, to tlie position ot the defendants. Queen. Parrott and. Unburn-, I have arrived at tho conclusion,, not without sumo  reluctance, that they havo no rightof execution as iijrnilist the ditch, but that they  must loolt to the members ciinipnsiutr the  Willow Creek -Miners' Association for payment, such  association,  in my opinion, hav  ing no   corporate  e.xUtfitiee, nnd   never luul  any. ,     .  1 have (riven scnue consideration to_ tlie  question of oosts nnd have i-oiieliideil to  mnlie no order with reference thereto.  Ar.i:x.vN*i>r.i< JIknukkkon, ���).,  .1.- ��v*���         ,        '  For.Oranges' and the very finest  butler .go to McDonald's Grocery.  GIANT POWDER���J- A. Fraser & Co. have on hand, just arrived a large consignment of Giant  Powder, which will be sold in  quantities to suit.     ���  Certificates of improvements.1  without protest from anyone until the Iji-iii;  ijrnr this action by Palmer.  original scnemc.    i nu iiuicinjiunn. , i,^,.-.^,.,.  Willow Ci-eek Co.. contend that, by their ac  ipiiriiiir certain claims of the original SO, in  respect   of   whose   chums   the water record  was granted, thoy  have a  bona lid.e ripbt to  the use of the water or at least a portion of  :,        I..   .,.:.. ........... *-;....    .1... . ........ >,.,.. \-    Iw   lii...  ami triipsfei-rcd. and to coi.vcy and transfer  any and all recorded water privileges appurtenant to the premises assigned, transferred   ��� i -i....,.  '-.  DISCOVEItY SHiicral Claim, Situate on  Fine creelc, al or injur the town of l)is-  envcry, iu the'Atlin Ltihe Mininii Bi.s-  n-ii't, II. C.  npAICH Notice tliat I. W. Pollard (.'rant,  1 A Kent, lor I*. A. Wise, I*. M. C.'. No. It  il:W:il, and' Nellie IL liunnalls, l-'.M.e., No. I!  III!", intend (ID days from dale, hereof to apply lo tin; Mini a;,' Kuciirilnr for a Cerlili-  cate of Improvements-, for tlie purpose oT  ohtaiiiiiluu Crown Grunt of Ilu) above claim  ���ANli l-'llli'l-limi Tabu notice thai action under Sect ion 117 must, Im commenced before  liio issuance of such CorliHcute of Improvements. .-  Dated ill Atlin. II. C, this 17th   day of July,  UHj2. W. Pdi.i.aiiii Ghant.  ItOCK    OK   A(JRs   MiiinruFOIiiim , Sit nut e  on Pine Greek, nt or   near   the  town of  Discovery, in the Atliii Lake  Mininj.' His-  triel, U. C.  TfAKH   Notice that    I.W.   Pollard Grant,  "X     Ajronl   for   F.   A,    Wise, K. M. C. No. 15  IWWII, W, (.!.  .Mitchell,   l>\ M.U..  No.   �� (Wilis,  and    Nellie   II.   HuniiaUs-, I-*. ' M.   <-'.,     No. U  1127.      intend,    Sixty    days    Irom   the  date  hereof, lo apply lo I lin MiniiiK Iteeiirdnr for  it~ Cerlilli-atr of I in|irove'nii-iits  lor   the pur-  pos'uof  (ilitiiiniiiK  ii   Crown   Cti-iiuI    of   the  above' claim.  AND l'llUTMBH, Taku notieu llint action  illicit*!* Section 117 must lm eommeneed helorn  the issuaneo'or such Ce.rt ilieate of Improvements. J-  Dated at Atlin, II. C this 17tli day of .lul.v,  pj0:i_ W. Por.ijAiin Chast.  VENDOJV  L-ie  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  FREE .BOWLING Ah.  ?'\r  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Poos and jpiaras Tr*  9  R.  B. Dixox, Proprietor.  C. DOELKER,  .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  NOKTHERN   HOTKL 'BUII.DI^'C,"li'IKS'^,  STKlUCT.  out or iibaudouoil and some of the original  SO. who left, this district in ihe nut un-.ii of  iSfifl. did not return, or at least; there is evidence to warrant t his inference.  llel'iiro statiiiK' niy eoucliisious iu the matter. I tliiult it runt unimportant; to ineiition  that althoiiffii this water record is for 2(100  inches, tlie capacity of the ditch is not more  than lii(K) iuebes. uml the average iittiintity of  water carried bvthe ililch issonmwhat less  ,1     Winn   :....! ,.)...t.t,-    r.......   nan w, sun  1 ii;.   i lie   uju-ii    is som.!,, ii.il i,-.-,-,  fiti.it I ('do inches, probably from (100 to SUO  inches, as far as I can ascertain from the  evidence,  After careful consideration of the matter.  I am ol tin: opinion that the defendants, tlie.  Allin-Willow Creek Co.. are entitled ton  lirst eliai'h'i: on the ditch, to the extent of the  amount, expended h.v thorn. less tlie items  previously mentioned us disallowed. I make  the amount to be, less deductions, $(ili!>-i.f;l.  [yd-raulic   Mining .       ��  inery.  'HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER    GAHaS,  AKGLlv   STKKL    KIFFUS.S    &  ,.       HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PIPE.  Pumping &   Hoisting  Machinery.  Estimates furnished  on 'application .  The Vancouver Engineering Works,  Vancouver,  B. C.  A. C. Hirschfcld, Agent, Atlin, B. C.  <B  BARGAINS ' &   nothing but  Bargains   for the next 30 days' in:  English   Prints,    Ginghams,    Cretonnes,!   Duckings,   Dress  Goods    Flannels,  n     rV      ��.        ' Silks  and   Laces.  Joar-lo welli ngs.  BOOTS   &    SHOES ��� Notwithstanding our recent heavy sales our Stock of Boots and  Shoes is still large.  WONDER    PRICES   for   the  Balance: m  Stetson   Plats,     Dress  Shirts, (Latest Fedora Plats, Fancy Plannel  Shirts  Gingham   Shirts,    Under-clothing-j     Heavy  Flannel  Shirts.   All at  Best Grade, of AH'Wool Blankets at Coast Wholesale Prices  We mean  Business.    Call early, bring your money and we will give you   FAT    RETURNS   for  it.  1T7W1** BIT Wi��jrirJJ��MBflTr*( mfETSM  RememSseil' ��� Our Stock of Groceries is the largest in Atlin and Cash will secure the Best Value.  ' \KETT & OO.���"""'  -.*'*;irj*^ri'.:i.Tj:rJ��^'^l::.-;n;.-r'',l^"W


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