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O! ;.7:v  "������Oi  -:vs   ,-��� '-  ' 'C- *���  ������i2-oj  {������'..<  ;.-; ;i rso n,;';; of ���the'.; Gcuiir ty.  :������) co uye'r. j.i; V ar r i ye d :T lr  ;,. ttrscla y7-;i'iiqnii'irg-''and-  ;';-ii.ttin'g's,;of;-the. County  .esiiay; morn ing next;;  -it '���������indications:: -there  '������ y largb'.dpckei;';at,the  7inly: .eases?presently  ���ti;re7:.tlie"iiiei'i 7cases'; -of  ���^���j^^yA^^  ;H ranehesp f7;tli87Bank-'a, t/Seattie^;  ; San,,Fran cicco,  xPortlari.civ;  lExGSsssik^as: s^SsS/iQ^s^M^PasSiiis-  :^77 Skas'way; ��� etc.:  ;G.6'U)...T:^^  ������-7?7|-?>y77;?.^  !&��������  ��fcji^F^  LP  ^7  Wholesale- ivarid :;]^etai^  ;   first"- streets atlin; ��� b;: c.: ��� : v:  de;;;  riui.;.  ���hist-:  ������CO   -    "l.  -c o;  o:.c;v...'. .....���.-.!.:,...:,.���-.���.,:.:.:...;    ��� ... ,--;,���..���..::.  ,���." ^ichbl ?a.trd 7McLebd. vs7;  2fbrewery.;: 'Thbugh^not  i:.'??;������������'.�����.���������'   '.������.���-,,.���;���;���.;���...:������. ,;���;     - .-;������'- :'���,���.:  : ';ij7J;t *:;-;down'������;; ^there ',;;area  Rieh:;Ro'ekAF;romi;th;e<iMbth6p;:Lode;  7 7; 77~-Otter :Lake;'Deyelbpment  y^iyyLooIcsxWelL;'"?^^  GROCERIES    OF   ALL    KINDS,   also  FRUIT   AND   VEGETABLS,   on ,a!l     Fast   Boats  EGGS     -    BUTTER,   Canned   nnd    l-*"rcsi'��     -    CHEESE,-   LOWNEV'S  CANDY    -   Superior   Candy   &,   Cracker   Co.'s Goods,   Full   Line.  HAY   AND   OATS  -    Wholesale     &    Retail  be ��� ffi��^8�� - HKstSiNd Co.,  Send us your Mail Orders.   ' SKAGWAY,  Alaska.  ��� Pioneer Bakery and Restaurant.  SPECIALTIES   IN  FANCY.   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  FrasSs Bread? Rye SSressS, e$G��  Chas.  Mvkk, Proprietor.  (lood Koonis to Kent- U.v the Hay, Week or .Mouth nt reasonable rates.  7;;; il.her7:case's7:;hOtrsettlecf  : ,77:h'icb7;niay,7be;.;;;gpt;:Tn;  'shap_:.,..i7i; ^e "brought beforejudge  ��� Hen dei"soii.7,7.': ���������: ���,->;;���:;��� ':^.:7' ���; ���".'. ,7. ;���;,';7:  : 7:'Diff^rin^7��!frdm::7Lhe:;7TisuaL  ;iHUtl;\-isifiUioii.:6.La Juclge 7frpm the  outside, j)fclge;7jIehdersQfi:;wasyno't  accompanied 7'by ;7 a'rfpr'niaL'ar ray  of legal���.--.satellites',"-7-.W;hioh;7h as ���- pre-  v i birsly.? marked ';;th^^aTriyar?or -a"  judicial��� official.';"..7As a :cbir'seci.uerrce,'  the County Court;, is riot likely to,  be overcrowded with work..; 7:-> ,7.;:  ���Among the other prominent passengers who arrived on Thursday  were Mr. F. T. Bluuck and Mrs.  Blunck, and Mr. G. A. Brackett,  the former of the Pine Creek Power-  Co., and the latter of the Atliir-  Willow Creek Co.  The interests of the companies,  represented by these two gentlemen, have for the last two years  been so ofte:r in conflict, that it is  sincerely to be hoped- that the  hatchet has been buried and that  peace and prosperity wdllbe the lot  of each during this aird succeeding  seasons.  JIMMY REGAIN  &fo&itf ssszefl ����(8aw$> Hardware,  Acme Club and Cieiiiiiiu- llochey Shuti's. --���.Men's   Halt' Soles anil Shoe Xitils.    Henry  lliitou <X Sun's Saws. Windows,  Hours, Class nnd  I'litley, ele., ele.  Full Line of Winchester���Black & Smokeless --Rifle & Shotgun  , Carti'iclg-es.  (in-xis   lioii(*lil   Sold   .Hid   IxLliiiiiqed.  The ��� Bank ��� of ��� British ��� North ��� A  Kslnhiisheil in IS"ti.    lui*oi'|ioi*,*ileil by Itoynl Charter.    s-SK--������   The Atlin   Bninch of   this Bunk   is b.-iug closed.      Depositors arc  requested to withdraw their balances.  D.   SIMPSON,  Assistant   Inspector.  Safes,  Assay Plant,   Bank Fixtures  and 'Household,  Furniture  for   Sale.   '  :;.77Oii';t0]r:;bf;th'e71ffck}7disc6yei'\76,ii:;;  ;the7Tmperial:7inine, salisfactor}'',re-:::  ;J30'rt.s.:'con.^  ;Roc.k:;of:Ages c^  :L6de'.7;:,-';'Mry:.-Ruffiie  irfg7aird7hf umpingSplarit^^TOrkirrg:;  Hkea cbarm:7: Sinking 011 the vein ���  is;n'piv.;b,eiiig.';cpiitii'r^  ,tremel}77;7higli;7:yalue7;7vyhich;.'7t^  rock7;shbwed7brf?."its;; oiitcrop;;;;has7  ���by;7nb;;-'ni'eans;'.ydimiii.i.slie'd.:'���'��� If. the''i  cp'i.itilluity;: of;;this ;-ledge7cari7ibe 7  .proved .-an cl7.the;same7-;pay,fouiid-tp:..::  hplci;rOiitKtlreiMother? Tvpde: -will  niakeTa'Tiarae; fbr-7;Atlin::thesworld��� -.'  oyer-;  "Uncle Airchic"   Gets   Pro  moted.  The " Daily-Alaskan " "is responsible for the following information  concerning .Mr. Archie Cameron,  who, for the last three seasons, was  Road Foreman for this district:  "On the Amur yesterday was A.  Cameron and a party of seven, who  are gois'g south today to Chilkat or  Pyramid Harbour. Air. Cameron  is a Canadian Govcr111ne.it surveyor, and is in the North 011 an  important mission.  "With his party they will survey a new road from Pyramid Harbour or Chilkat lo the Porcupine  district. The party expects to  have the job completed within a  month or si>: weeks."  The  -Lakeview;mineral -Claims,-   -  ;anpther.;f;;free-iiiilliug-7{grbifp,''Kori;'  the7;fhoutrtain;;\bet\wen:'Birch :and 7  '.. Bo .11 lcje r ;c ree ks j-vtl 1 e7;pw r 1 ers,'- of r -be;- 7?  lial 17:pf;-ti(7Periirsyl.y;airia'^Goi^pS'iyr ���;  .���are';riiiHnug;iii';'a:;.tiifiii^  ;1 bvv;; t lie I olcf;wp r k'i fr gs ,7 ':'��� and 'v calc'ii -I";  .late;tb;,tap;.the:. ledge7at;: 120 ���'���feetl.'.'V  'They4are'jr'o\win.;'35^^  7 In close: prox i ni i ty 7^0-1 he. La ke-, -  view, Capt. Hawthorn,   who   owns  a group ol" claims, is   preparing to  do development  work.    The  prospects ir.   this  secfiorr of the district  are extremely gratifying.  We have just learned of the result of development upon some property in the Otter lake section of  the district, which, to say the least,  is most-encouraging. The owners  claim to have a true fissure vein of  ore, carrying gold and silver values,  with very well -defined walls,  while the ledge itself is traceable,  by outcroppings; lor a very considerable distance. Panning tests  from crushings show the rock to  carry good values in free gold. A  casual sample of the rock sent'in  for assay, yielded the enormous return of ^847. One of the owners,  on his return lo Atlin from the  claims, almost feels thai there has  been "a job put up" on him when  lie was shown the assayer's return.  The Medical  Health Officer.  The arrival of Dr. I). ]!. Lazier  will be noticed amongst the list of  passengers who came in by last  Saturday's boat. Dr. Lazier has  come lierc lo succeed Dr. Lewis as;  Resident Physician, Dr. Lewis  having signified his intention of resigning his appointment al the completion of his term.  Dr.   Lazier   is   a   graduate     of  Queen's   College,   Kingston,  Onl.  I-Tc- has  been a resident of the Pro-  ���   Continued orr p. 4.  "J'.F'Tf  7p"^!.*;;7:*,i.;  \;m  ���'' ."' i'"'.  n  rn    l-^-���^^^,^,^.^.^^-..^..,^^..  !9WyiP5S  ���   'V-'.   '"  ���H^U.**,^'^  fA//A  frTA��(y.fl��r'r3P��;  -. ( I  ;>.;.���:,::;.;,,;;. j'f-jp :���>.���-.  11?  ��������>;,-/���  &%?:&  ATLIN,. B:e.?^ATU.RD^Yr;j,UNFy;:i4,:;igp;:  ,:��; i  ���t r  ieMtl!M??GIaio  > I'libii-ihed   every    Saturday   niui'iiiiit;-bv  '���'.T'.iK'ATi,is.Ci���*.'i')i   HuiiM.siiiN.i: Co. ,  A.U. Ui'n*jonirni.ii, KiiiTon. r ;;  I).-:Toi)lJ Luks. Sub-I'Milor. .:' ���;;.'..:  ,;   Oiriee ill' pi'ibl icnfi/JiirV-uiTS?., Atlin, I',. ('..  Advei'tisiuir- Kates :'! .JI.OI),,' per. ilinih; each  insertion.    Item!in-; notices, 25. cents u line.  Special Contract  Icntes on application.  The suhsci'iiilion price is"������$?>,a year payable iu advance. , No p iperwill be delivered  unlessthis conditionis Complied with.  ������'S.*\.fi:ki')a',v, June? 14,71902.  ?������;���: Wivare pleased'.to?extend a.cpr-  ;.;dia.l welcome ;to, His Honor, Alex?  -Henderson,. ; Judge?of?tW;\Coir.nly;  Court?7of':;Vancouver? :: To ?tliis  far:away?section?'of?Irisi?vayy; large!  ��� district. y:,We,.are; glad;fplearhytifal-  lliS^flE,  The Prospects'of ?the; Imperial  ??'? :'--7>7;.7.77 ".Group?,-?; ? :::?  The New Rich Ore? Chute7Can?be  ���''.���v; Traced for, Over Two Hun-  ?'?:;; drecf Feet.;:: '; ���;."���'���, 7?'7-:  ??/?7;.??;;7?"?^:;'?;; ���?..?' .  "P^mim^i  -���'��3j> ,  mi0&ipy<  ? ;From:.-, tlie, repbf ts which have recently.appeared; irr Our coin m us on  the satisfactory;'deyelopnieuLwhicli  rh;is;l)eeh'doiie;b}'?Mr. ,.!L;P.?Bearse  o'n:-7the;7/.Iin|>ei'ial ;'mine, ? Monro  mountain;---. our,7represciiiatiye?;de-  cided���:������;:������ to make-- a? visit .and ��� verify  tlrese":;repo:'ts; by personal plwerva-;  lion.;77: '7'',"-;:-- :;';;:;?:;-'--v????.?'..::; ������"���'. - .;���  ;;;;Froiii:?the?: inter\'ie\\'?:-mKt??wilh;  ;hrs:visft is .not   lirnited 7 us to?time;  ?aHd?that;li'is ^  be so ardudirs7bu.t tlfat he?will fin cl [ work?: lfe^bady^iuderlaken  ,;;������<**  V&'.  /.time:to,: 1661c   into? pui??mimng?::;in?  ?;te'rests;(generally, with ?tlie;view of  , at Teast-ifamiltafizing1 himself with;  ?our :ireects; iu asfarlas his honorable  7.;prafessiQi;>7-;is ?c6ncerned, ��� aiicl?'?tiie:'.  ?advisability'pf'ha.virrg a representa-'  7-ti.ve7pf.liis Court resident?!)! ?' Atlin-  '���Tor; the ,greaterv part?'��� of; ;tlie,:<;yeaT.  .yHe'vyill-alspTia^; the'opportunity;  :.:'.of?acquiring,; a: knowledge; of the"  .'.immense ; possible: .resources of -'the  7-Atliudistrict??'-^:??;? :';?-77.?'?"?-':?'?.  ���^/.Apropos of a.County Court:Judge  - fqr;Atlih,7w:e? learrL^uppiLreliable  authority that  the :ap'pbirituiet)t.of  ?.a^residefit;Judge;fbr thedistricflias  ::for, the? meairtiuie" beep'7.withli'el,ci.-;  ���-������'���vThe'yis^  "?defsbrf"is?c^ferfsiM  of " relieving the pressure " and at  .": thes.sanie   time af 'fully   ascertain^  ing as to the rreed  of; making such  atrappointmenf'before establishing  ,a. "precedent."7. ?':"..;.  T'rom   our own..'point of view' we  would far rather: see   the,necessity  of a Coun ty���or any' other���Court  removed ..than .'the'-.appointment of  Judge L ���."���:?;���?'  "���'" -To those interested   in:   quartz  '������ .mining in- the "district, the result attendant  upon  the further .develop-  meni  at.  the Imperial mine, must  be hailed with extreme pleasure, as  -   lending to show that  perseverance  and thorough - practical kno.wiedge  .'..  in variably win...'out. fir .spite of contending'odds.    Mr. Pearse arid his  associates  are  to  be congratulated  : orr the.prosperous outlook to which  ������;'their, .faith   in   ihs   property, and  their hard work has opened out for  tlreuf.    , ? 7  ,,     lii an  interview with Mr. Blake,  of San   l''rarrcisco, a milling man of  much  experience,,  who visited the  mine this week/we learn thatfrom  his   personal   observation,   he has  every   reason   for    affirming   that  the Imperial mine has the prospect  of becoming a mine of no mean importance.      Before   reaching   this  desirable stage a  different  method  of working   thaif the" stamp mill  will most likely be found necessary  if the   full   gold   values arc to be  saved.       The   mine,    if   properly  managed,   and   he considers   Mr.  Pearse a man   who knows his business, is unquestionably one, which,  for   very little   money, cotrkf soon  be placed on a profit-bearing  basis.  In his opinion  values   were lost by  the stamp mill employed in the test  erushings,   and suggested'   that   al  shipment be sent outside for advice  ascertain   if these  indications  are  ax to the best method of treatment, {worth following tq:   ,was  ; u b7?easy???vta:-dc^^  been;; ;fiiade 7.7 lor;? the .ynriue   ?by  th'e?';'c6mpan'y ,'?������ who?'first?opened ?it  lip-.? ���-?' Tlfis?recbrdA as :.demonstrate;d  from airiilfrun of 372:?tbus  of?flre  ore,?ga\-e an;.average yaliie of $7.05  per-t6iiV;.;;It\\'as:;clern0ffst:r:ated'theri;  that   with7 such ;;yaluesj?the mine  could:; rrot; be .made -pay.;��� ���; /X^ery  naturally,yvwith,;1 uriliniited -meafis  ancf'"'-':'\yith'?''.every?::-possibleV;facilit'y,:  it was ���'.: geuerall v':assunied   that  i f  the:cNimrod .Syndicate;:co.uld.. not  make;>:the:;vpf6perty7paj?;iio:otlrer  compaiiy:coiild, consequently-it has  :renraihed?inactiye until jMi?7Pearse  took a;bond   upon������-it,?'a^id'..was:;:p're?  pared'-to^;, at ...leasts: :try:aiid-prove  tliaTthe "property cotf ld-fe'corf vert-'  edirrtoa]wying;ihine. ;.;.;;  ���;���." Mr.. Pearse's; ,first7-Ayark. .was to;  thoroughly-sample 'the   rock from  ! th e vei 11 - exposed', by the ��� previous  workings7and; put. it.through the  ���same stamp mill:   . The .resull'j'.a's  stated viir-, a   communication from  that gerrtiemerr, brings theaverage  value away in excess   of   that   bb-  .taiiredfrom the:������ previous:tests, .with  ia���"?return-  of ,$10.65,; allowing nothing; for values   contained in the  tailings.    From the kiiown inefficiency of the stamp mill the ; tailings  are expected to contain a good percentage of.. free gold as well as gold  in other combinations."1  ���    The wTiter:;,visited...the.workiiig.s".  and saw what work had teen done,  took and " mortared''' samples from  ;various parts of the mine, and saw  iresults far beyond what he was led  to  expect.    Although  it is at present impossible   to estimate the extent   or   possible continuity of the  rich strike made a few days ago by  Mr. Pearse, there is enough now in  sight ��� traced , from   the  outcrop,  through   the   upper,    main   west  drive, down  to the  lower  tunnel,  n depth of over  200 feet���to warrant, much  development.    It is the  present   intention,  to  sink  on the  vein from   the   upper  tunnel  and  systematically test the  ore.    This,  though cut through by the Nimrod  Syndicate   in   the upper drift, was  not followed or traced by them and  the high   gold   values   were    evidently unknown.   From several indications on  the footwall there is a  strong probability of other and possibly richer   parallel   veins lurther  in,    and   it   is   Mr. Pearse's intention, if  alt   goes well, to continue  the main tunnel several feet in and  HYDRAULIC   DERRICKS ��� From ^tb io.lbhs lifting,capacity.:?   .;;  ':?   HAND    POWER 7DKKRICKS ;of::n;>to   2   tonsTirtingVeapaeity.  HYDRAULIC ���GRAVEL��� TvLEVATORS,      ���    ���'-"-':'"'":���-?���;'%��� "���?':',y.^^  ;   ��� -IlYDRAin:jC?.?GIAN'fS?-;AVATER;:;GA '^  ������-..���:''���?-? ;:���'������.' ANGLE    STEEL?,RIFFLES   ;>&'������".;������������'���/���        ?'���"���?  ,'        '       ,;��� 7     ?7       :   T-IYDRAULIC   J-5IVETED    PIPE?  ?;:.7;;.?"^"'::;:7���';;:'���������.7Nos.";3S;;:tc7?p|7FuEi\lpNT7  ���;;?-'?7-:;;;?,?���:���������':???���:'.:-^^^  Write'for? prices, circulars; and eatalogifes,?pr call pn::'7^?:;7^?;;:if??;?y=f:'  77:7?:l7??^-7'77?-7;'-?'r;;-;'7;;7.?;;A.;  :a? g. hirschfeld  Managed;  Jri::-aBB?M^%^ranches,.'  Mills-;at ;Atlin,?B77C.;  Branch ;OEKfcr*;7AT Discovery  .7.7;-;7';;.7':;"'?-?7?;?7:.;':;7"7?, e:;7"?ros^"e:i_l_i ?-l-;;  ^?;?'V?7-'';:?'7^.Copnefc^  This  -New   and   Cominodious   Hotel was opened ?to; the Public,? April  7 :;: ��� ^t5th,7i9or.-^Everythirig ^  ; ; CHOICEST WINES; LIQIJORS AND CKJARSV^CASE GOODS A;SPtCim^  ,?np-inake;rooni;!fbr,largeiSpriirg;:importatibrrs,?I  ;��� ';',?'��� sell'Cut Rates already Adyertised7;cr��tl?;iii  additibri, c[irote?lire ;fbl-  lowirrg prices:     .?;;���-;-��.:;.��;���;-���;.''     ;.?;���..-7-;.->; ?���;?'������;���; ���:���"?- 7;..'.'-7.y-?;. ?7-?-'-:?.::' ?:  Pears7,?,;;7?^  .',,.? ??' ;?��� .7.-,?'-??.;  Cooking Figs?? ??:  Alert Bay; Salmon, per doz ?$2;50  Worcester Sauce 7 .,, 77.. 73:00  Simco Jam, 5-lb pail .<?;>; v; ^.90.  Ey.;Ap|)les, 5Jbs???.,' ?..���?, 1":06'  Apricots :      ': i, ''���-������������;���''���,.���'-..-. 1.00  Peaches  Moccasiiis,  $2.00 per   pair.  :-75:  [65  ���1.00  Sugar, S.lbs 7;77   ' 7'.���"���',  Cheese, -per lb' . 77. 7 : -25  Lul>eck: Sliced Potatoes, per-lb     30  Ham and Bacon, per lb ;    ;        25  Arctics,  ;65  Felt   Overshoes   &' Manitoba  Ladies' & Children's Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods, etc., etc, at cost.-  Crosse & BlackwelPs Jams and Marmalades and, all .other:Goods  ;,:Reduced  10 tp;2b percent. ;*;>;  ,?????;.;?  All Goods Warranted and if not Satisfactory Money Returned  ��  �� �� I e  ��  George E. Hayes, Proprietor  Cor'. Fikst and'Tkainok-'Streets:  This First Class Uotel has been remodeled and refurnished throughout  nnd offers the best ncconimodntioii to Transient or Periniiiiuut  ,  Ciiiests.���American and European plan.  Finest Winzes, ILicsniors and Gigars*       .  Billiards   and   Pool.  ��0)2*'C':*c***>'0*a*!:>;<w:':*0.*'W  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN  FIRST-CLASS MANNE1L  French   Restaurant in   Connection.  David Hastie,  Proprietor.  Corner of First and Discovery Streets.  E  GOLD    HOUSE.  DISCOVERY,   B.C.  I). W. Johnston. Mannjrer.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Month.  The Best of Liquors and Cigars always in Stock. ���- Fine stable in connection with the House.  .... ��������-��� ���  AMERICAN    AND    EUROPEAN'    PLAN.  l^^^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^S /<t&  ATLTN,    B.C.,    SATURDAY,  JU.VE ia,   1902,  p   can   give.. You   as Good Value lor, your CASH as Qro'cerleS,   IPrOVl  any House; in  L ov/n.      ��� ��� *  ; Try   us   w##��   ##   and   see  (riant   Powder   on   hand.  Loiter   ��0   ��Ssg   Ediltor.  THE   IMPERIAL   IMIMC.  Sir :���Allow   me   to draw your  attention to a paragraph  in   re   the  . Imperial   mine,    Monro mountain,-.  , i  appearing 111   the   Ati.in Claim of  today's issue, which;- though partially correct, conveys a sonicwli'if  misleading impression:  Tlie crushing rd'crrccl to was :t  little over twenty-five tons which  gave 11 mill return of r.5 ox,.' gold,  or an average yield of 15 dwts to  the ton. One cake of this, of the  weight yon men lion |"i 1 cry. .pS  dwts], w;is deposited with the Bank  of B. N.' -A. at Atlii:. What tlie  assay value of lhe gold may be I  am not at present prepared to scry,  but I think it will be found to be  in advance of $15.00 per 07..  The above twenty tons was taken  from five different places, extending  100 (eet along the vein, and represents the average value of the stone  in these workings. A large percentage of the full gold values contained in the ore was lost during  crushing operations, partly through  defects in the battery; and partly  in waste concentrates.���Yours, etc.,  I-L P, Pearsi*:.   ,  May 31st, 1902.  I think, Sir, the above is a fair  summary ol what litis taken place  and 1 ash-you to publish my views  so that wc here may till understand  exactly how far we should, after  this exhibition, take Mr. Stables  into (.'.iir confidence.  I think it is high time the free  minors of this district should have  11 representative from lheir own  ranks. ��� Yours truly,  On LOOK EK.  Atlin, UHfC, June 3rd,  1902.  ys��  V At Si ns,   Nugget  aimsS SSrane  Rings  And All Kinds*'of Jewellery Manufactured on the Premises.  /PSF"    Why send out when you can get goods as cheap here? .  Wsttchao Fran�� $5 uai.   Fisse Line of SouvemEr Sssoonso '  i��RT & SON, The Swiss Watchmakers.,  W  NOTICE.  -|.'OK  tograp'  Ol*'  Alaska,   Yukon   and  Northern   B.C.  l'KOJl  Skagway to At!in & Dawson  c;o to  HI KSCHF ELD'S  1,  THE  GOLD  COMIUISSIONKR.  Dear Sir :-N"ow that if is demonstrated to us more clearly every day  that ours is a hydraulic cam]), some  of us must   feel happy that we took  time by the forelock, and   acquired  the property we have in leases, and  we must feel   happy in the appointment of   Gold   Commissioner,    for  there   could   not   be a more apt appointment.     We  arc now sure that  our rights   and   privileges as leaseholders will   be respected.���Yours,  etc. .   Leaseholder.  Atlin, B. C, June 6th. 1902.  -Harvey, Bryant? & Gilman  rovmciai Assayers  lhe Vancouver Asaay Office, Established IS90.  W.   WALLACE   GR1PJ5E    &.   CO.,  ' Agents.  Lai'trc or Small Samples funvuriled for Assay.  COAL   PROSPECTING   LICENCES  The-l,i> lio.v, I,(il., Lin., Minim.*' Conijian.v,  owning; the 1.1'. Itiiv, Hon Ta 11,,' Kl.ACK  ���Iai.'k. Ilu'iru, Is.'.iii'.i.r.A, Ihaiio, Lkciai,  Tiiniikii. mill Litti.i-' .1111: Kkactiox  Mineral Claims, situateil in Ruin.v Hollow, Oliillwit Mining Division of Cussiur  District, II. C.  I'o' HAItNAIilJ IIOYL oil Otiii:k ii'ik Acikst  011 Aciknth :  the undersigned .Jos, W: Smith, part  owiuii' of tin* ahovi'-nauieil mineral  claims, hereliy eive notice to tlienho've-  iiameil Huruui'd lio.v I or ot her his Anient or  Afienl*.', that f ilo herehy muiiest tlie said  liarnai'il Heyl or other his Agent or Aleuts  t(i eoutrihiite his share of the assessment  work <ioue on the said claims, viz.: one  year's assessment work, from July, lilfll to  July, 1902, iimoiintiiiH' to the sum of $109.10.  Unless the -.niil umoiiut he paid to me on or  hetore the 7th day of September next I shall  proceed, iiiider and hy virtue of the powers  eonferred hy Section 4 of the Mineral  Amendment Aet, HUH), renenlius Scetion 11  of Cap. 45 of the Stntutes of IS!H>.  J ok. W. Smith,  Hy J so, P. Lindsay.  Atty.-iii-Piust,  Atlin, R C, June 7th, 191)2. :!m  ATLIN,    IIUNNH'IT   AM)    CHILKAT   .MIN-  IN<r        DIVISION'S        OP       CASSIA It  ,i*;lkct()kal  nrsTitiOT:  ���JSJOTIOI*: is herehy (riven that u Court of  Hevisiou will he held at the Court  House, Atlin, on Monthly, the seventh ilny  of July, A. I)., ]9u2, at tho hour of ten o'clock  iu tlie forenoon, lor the purpos'e of lieurin*;  and determining any aud all objections  aK'aiust the retention of any name or names  on the Register of Voters for rhe Atlin, Hen-  nett and Chilkat AIinin^r Divisious'iif Cussiur  Electoral Hist riot.���[(il Vie., c. II", Suh-s. (f), s  II.] ,L 1). (iKAHAM,  Collector of Votes.  Atlin, IL C.-, April until. IU02.  iiij-3-(i0il, v:  Frank Mobley,  NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS  FSrst  Glass  K1C  air  RATES   REASONABLE.  Sir:--The Gold Commissioner  has returned from his holiday, aud  stales that he has resigned, and  also that Mr. J. A. Eraser was  likely to succeed him.  As soon as' this report gathered  strength, a telegram, in the form of  a protest, was sent to the Minister  of,Alines by the Miners' Association, who, without question, should  have a voice in such matters, and  today we find that the Secretary of  the Association receives arr answer  from the Minister of Mines to lhe  effect that Mr. J. A. Eraser has  been appointed, Hi us, as it were,  "cinching" the matter. What  must we assume here from the  above facts? That the appointment has been made without the  knowledge of the free miners of  this district. That the appointment was made with the knowledge, consent and support of Mr.  James Stables, who, apparently,  has not seen fitlo take his constituents into his confidence.  Can it be that it has become  necessary to have Mr. Eraser removed, as being a too strong opponent of Mr, Stables ?  KTOTICl*: is hereby irivon thai after 110 dnys  from date. I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a Licence to pro.speot fur coal on tlie follow inn  described hinds-  On the north .side ul the 1'ahltau Itiver,  about 111 miles from Telegraph creek, com-  ineiifiut*; at a post planted about I miles  from the mouth of the river marked " 1). G.  Stewart'*, S. W. corner; thence NI chains  in it-th. thence SU chains east; thence .SO chains  south ; thence SO chuiiis west to point, of eom-  nieiiireiueiit, ('tiutniiiiuir (MO acres, more or  less. I). G, Stewart,  r.ocnterl .Mi'iyStli, I!H2.  First Street, Atlin, B. C.  W. E. Haddon, Mgr.  Finest East of Mountain  ���RJOTlCIi is hereby frivon that after HO days  from date f intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for a Licence to prospect for coal on the following  described lauds:  On t ho north and south sides of the Tnhl-  tiui River, coninieucinir nt a. post, marked  "A.'li. McDonald's S. K. Corner, thence SO  chains mirth : theuee S!) chains west; thence  SO chains south; theuee SO chains east to  point of commencement., eontuiiiiiiir WO  ncres, more or less. A. R. McDonald..  Located MaySth. 1932,  For Sale in  Large or Small Bales  $76.00 per ton.  Apply to  W.   A.   ANDERSON,  Cariboo   Crossing,   Y. T.  ATLIN,    B.C.  Furs and Skins dressed���Birds  Animals stuffed.  ind  Prices can   be obtained upon application to A. C. Hirsciieki.d,  Specimens' on ��� exhibition   and   for  sale at the Claim Office.  -ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.   The   following  sailings   are  announced   for  the month of June���  Leaving Skagway at 6 p.m.,   or on  arrival of train:  ���RTOTICI*: is hereby (riven that after HO days  flinn date I intend to upply to the Chief  Commissioner (if Lands and Works for a Licence toj-rospeet for coal on the follou-inir  described lauds:  On tin- north side of the Tiihltan River,  ciiiiinieiiciiii; at a post, marked "Alurdock  McKay's N. W. corner post, theuee SO chains  eiis-t: tliouce.SII chains south ; theuee SO chuiiis  West: thence SO chains north to point of commencement, cuiitniuiui*/ 010 acres, more or  less. Murdoch MeKuy.  Located MaySth. 1.102.  Princess May,   , .  June 10.  Amur  ,.     16.  Princess May,  ,,    20.  do  .,    3��-  For further information, apply  or  write to        Ii. B. Dunn, Agent,  Skagway,  Alaska:  KTOTLCI*: is hereby ���.-iven that after SO days  from ditto I intend to upply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for li Licence to prospect for eoal on the followinjr  described lands:  On the north and south sides of the Talil-  Inii River, comnieneiiiK at. a post marked  "J. A. I'Ytiser's N. li. corner, tlionee 80 chains  jvotit: thence 80 chnin.s south; thence .HO  chains east; theuee SO chains north to point  of eoriinieneeiiieiit, coutniniiitf 010 acres more  '������'less. J.A. I'Vaser.  boettttnl Mn.vSMi, Illfi2.  THE MOST POPULAR GUN MADE  This gun is fully up to the  quality of our rifles, which for 38  years havo been STANDARD.  It is made in 3 styles, and in 12,  16 and 20 gauge. Bored .for Nitko  Powder and fully guaranteed.  No. 100   ."  ���   $9.00  No. 110   .  12.00  No. 120 ...  15.00  8 Send stamp for large catalogue illustrating  complete line, brimful of valuable information  to sportsmen. ���  J. Stevens Arms and Tool Co.  P.O.Box CHIOOPEE FALLS, MASS.  I .......  ATLIN FISH MARKET  A. liuuxicii, Proprietor.  Fresh Fish Alwavs on  Hand  Hydraulic arid Other Companies  .Supplied at Wholesale Rates.  THE  Kootenay  Restaurant  Is  Mow  Open.  Miss Lynauoh, Prop.  The   Table   will always be  provided  with the best the Market affords,  W.   WALLACE  GRIME  & Co.,  Notaries Public.  Third Street, Atlin B. C.  Copies ol the new Placer Act of  1901, consolidated with the Acts of  1898 and 1899, for sale at the  Claw Office.  MINING BROKERS & COMMISSION AGENTS.  Fire    &    Accident    Insurance.  AeiKxrs  ran  Plir.LKW-rllAKVKV   &   CO,   Assa.Ver>:.  1  m  m  pi  ���Til  i'Jl  'm  1  Mil  'I*!  1 iK  I'll  ii  ."���<.-'���(  -r-r-t���r\-  AV-.L  �����. ;c  ���������'ii  ���X''  -v���-  V  ev** ���*��� si.v  \    vi  ���*���"-����� *t *������ ��-wiw ����������,�� ���i,ti>��rvw" *vtti"  ���   i-ffrt. w  *~ -j.  Sl^m  iiLj? m ���  Ph >������  ���th  ���,' :.j..  ll  p-i ������  hU  .!���:���.: i  :r ���  :MLTN,?;B7C/,: SATURDAlY? - JUNE-'t^?;*! 902.-:  liV,':..  1:4:fi ;;������  I if').;:  1 $���:*������:  :f;..  ,1:?  pf-:  I  'PICKED UP?HERE;AND/THERE,  .Clinriia   of Uiitvlun'd.:';..-..   .  St. .Mni'tin's Chiivc.h. cor. Third and Trainer st rccts. .Sunilny ,:si.'rvii.'cs, ,\lut ins iU; i I; a.  in..'-Kyi'iisoiiy,7::iO p. in. , CelcluT.titi.*: of Holy  ; Coinuiu ii inn. 1st; Sunday in'each 'mouth und  . on Speciivl cccasions. : Sunday ;>-ehr.nil,; Sunday nt II p. in."���' Committee Meetings, 1st  ���Thiirsdityiu eneh miiiith.1 ������' '-'���.,'.��� 7  ;.-,;:���������. Kev;; K. L. Stciihensftn, Khetor.'.':,.  ; St. ,:.Ainli-i,v,v7- '..Oi'C-sb.v'tei.'itih Chureh pl;.iild  si-rv ii'fs; ill,. I hi'   1 'Lurch   on    Si'''1 mil   St I'-'ri.  ������->'t/i-it."t'ijj; i.sei'.vic.,*;' ti| i I. r<'\i*niiuc ,',"i* in*' "\ ;S(  Sunday Si;l,i ���)l fi: I lir*: rlosc'ol t ho morni:'-;-.  service.   .,Hev/  .'. . iii'.SM-il,   Miiiisler. -"���Free  - Headili-^- Kiioin. tci- which all are..vvolcome.   .:.  "Vy-Last: Saturday's ;;pass,ei'gei;s 7-. ?-by.  7:the^Scptia?were: ?H ?DeWitt,; J. ?L  ?L)eWitt;J'Brbok;" C M'Rusc, PR  "ITatto'ii, ;Haiis?Owra,;;;:Ole '; Nelson'?'  ������''. Ole-Bouson? J 'Turtinger,' T -Storey 7  ?C?;:McLenaiii,:7R':Birch, ���LCierkV'.R  ;,Peterten,?M^  ''. kiiison??BWilkinsoiL. Dr. ;;Lazier,;  ���;H7Haley;7P:j7iviuney;7L.:Bettik  ? Mrs Dick?'Miss ?J7De\\Mtv?7Mr-s;:C:  ,���, DeWitt, ;C:��� H. De}Vitt,?j ?Firt? M  ''���Ripstein?;:.J:--C-''-Markr'udi'7.Ti:-T-,i'ets?  ���':MrsAVheelock/'ancl?,swo children,  "J'Cpndbrr7'0,Aiira-aird J ll'Barries.,  -   '? With 7 Thursdav'.s-' boat ���the; (ol-  ,:COHtlllirecf I r-; lii,,/p. ,17..;-;.;;:.:!,;  fob oyer a year, during which  -vi nee  time he-has ?been. Resident;: Ph}7  sician at; 'the?Halcyon Hot Springs  Sanitarium on ;Arrow Lake;.B.C.;  ���noted?io^;its'cin'cs.of rlieuma'tic  corf] plaints.: ,- Before, .receiving; diis  present .MpppinUnent; ?the ' doctor  was.engaged 'In-quar'ariline ''duties  oii.tlf eCoast. :?;'':?. 7??';-';; ? 7?' ?���  The .;new;,.incumbent is a young  m;ui;; qf,:: ability? and? has7;*igeiiial  presence 7a iid.rn an uer,..and; though  this:;,district ,?is ?noted, for health-  giving;; -qualities,: ; we. !ecl assured  th.at'-tli'psc; who; iiury.requifc;;r-phy-  siciaii's?:'services;? \vill?; findjn Dr.;  Lazier,; -17'than - in 7whom?implicit  confidence ���cii 11 be :pIaceCl?--; ���'"-:'rv,  lowing  arrived:.   N :;Sabin,7 j   M  7:;Downie7.;,C?B..'Arderick:,: R Shore?  i-:?MissMJO-Haddbn?:W:Wan'en,,W  ?:;7H;and:T:0thnrer,::'A  ,7?;Lefeiigwell;;j?Mand.:;Mfs: Turn bull;  ���-?:?R?Lf riiager^: Tlie:?Misses J and. F  ;.-.; Fdwards;: ,F:?G?Stepheiison, ?C 7A  : .;;Oueen?C:;W7Sawyers; Judge Hen-  ;v derson,'M/Tullbck, B and ASreu-  :i??;Scribe??lV:Mui-phy?:A:,R -^Beayer,.?S  7?<;R:Durham?; MissE M Gilwou; -Mr  ??::aiid?MrsF:T.j3lu  1 fl" G^Brackett? A?D; Pifines;JMr:and  -?; Mrs'.C?E Newton. :;-'?'?  .:..'.' ..There isvmore. solid; comfort hi a  '.\ cup of Blue. Ribbon Tea than in a  .': gallon of most:beverages.  ..House.liuing?and   oil-cloths at J.-  A..Eraser & Co-. .;; ���??���.'  ���Mrs.:. Dick,   of Ballard?. 'Wasli., ���  arrived last  Saturday to payair extended visit to   her daughter, Mrs.;  .'���   Walter Owen. ,..,:,. -.?  - .7?7Bli.ie   Ribbori Coffee is absolutely,  ���pure:���It is sold-iu all-..th'e stores in  ������������; Atlin.. ;?' "?; ?' '."':'':-;"-  ,  Go ; to   Cummiiigs & Richardson  tor ��� Gold   Seal   Flip .. Gum   Boots,  ���^:5o^y:.^yy::;;00y:\-^y--y^  '-:.. ���  The ���������.-'arrivals^ registered   at .tlie  .''Grand .this,; week   are:  Alex..Iieu-  "dersc'n;',":Vancouver.;"F"  T   Bluirck  ��� and; vvife,  Davenport,.  Iowa:. A R  Beaver, Mitchell, Neb.; \V li Oth-  ' ��� mer, and sou, Skagway;   C   R Lef-  fingwell,    Muscotin,    Iowa;    A   M  ���Davis, ��� Kewanee,    111.;   Miss M G  Haddon, Vancouver;  Mrs. Charley  .'and family, Cariboo.  Furnished rooms io   rent���apply  Hotel Noi'lbeur.  Wall paper at Fraser & Co.  C. W. Sawers returned  from the  Coast this week.  I am not '.subsidized   by any Government, but I ,'tin.still in the 'Egg,  Butler, Fruit and   Vegetable Business.   Fresh consignments received  by every steamer   and   sold at  the  lowest prices.'        A.  Nicicerson.  i[A   CORRFCTION���Iu the second line of the second paragraph ol"  -H. P. Pearse's  letter,   on   the previous page, tlie words "twenty-five  tons," should read "twenty tons.''  Fresh    Lowney's   aud Ganong's  Chocolates at   Dockrill & Bourne's.  Placer   Act,   1901,   consolidated,  Tor sale at this office.  A::Miriers''.' UniOn?Drearii;zed.  &&������  :'./ ..:. .��� ���(;��� -    . ,;' .. '.'.���"'.������;  ;i N-ik ecog n it ic)n?;oe ;  WII.l  '"'���:. A lireeting bl?-miriers'was held at  ..::���-���.",,'������-.'-.���'���:���..,      ..:.'  :,: .[{~-r:.   -.  .-'���   - ���'���:.������.  v  ���'     .    : :- .  .the;:Nugget.7l-l.otel7;7llii-iC:c)very,: on  the e\-eifiiig7pf.7Mbhclay,'2iKi:;insl1  with- a.;;'very: gbocf 'attendance??A"  |qcid..:K:Lalvpiif7:TJ.ni'oir.?f<>r??  district;;��� was :;-fbrinally���?   organized  '..w-ith?Ui_e'Tplldw  laiid,7?Presideiit;?,::J'.. '.fThoibpsbh?  >ice- President;.?H.;: Brown; iSecre-  lary (pro ;tem':)?.-- :;'���;?<?���' '?7?7?  ;:. Regiilnr ?nieetfngs; of-.the.Union:  wi 1P be 11 el cl a 11 h e. N u |^ge t :H a 1 Ion  the ist; and-;:3rd7;Wednesdays, of  every: ni on tb-T-at \.:S.'-3ojp'.''in".',v'-for the  transaction 7?of77regirlar;; '���"IkVsincSs?:  All those,wild.arein.sviripathy;with,  the.prirrciples:of7ifnionisini,are:cor-,  cl i all y..-' iii vitecl lb -attend these;rheet-:  iii ffs.;'-r7.;>:^;;?,:?.?-?'.:;?:?���:���':���;?.'���-?;7';;??7':-'  HK171IC  Lii.-"irs";';7,"  9��W*:  '"Ra';'--Ot  :.0N7f  ;���;:������-: ;;.::���*;:::''��� ''-j-  ;S ATAiisb a y,;? j UXE72S t h. _ ~  Horse   Racing  Trap: Shooting  ,.,   ;:'^ 7,7-Tug-cvf 7 War ������,;,;.,:.-',  7Racipg,';'7High'.,-J'u'riii'p,-i;.'v.?:7'Lades!:   Races; ;     Etc.  .rpp-iirs'gs  7:,:MK;W.:,H.?Vickefs7?late7Ghicf  Constable of this; ciistrict, is .now  -Road.;.S.uperiiftendeut in Porcupine.  Ageu's ; specially selected fresh,  ranch eggs ���McDonalcFs Grocery.;  :: Back /numbers:;, of? the Atlin  Claim''..cairalways be?had at the  Ci;Aiai office, 'price 15 cents. ?  C. Dubois' Mason, of Victoria, the  well known attorney, who, like the  swallows, has -come to spend the  summer with us, arrived orr, last  .Thursday's boat and will occupy  his ,old 'quarters ' opposite the Government Building.  For.'Oranges.'and  the very finest  butter go toMcDphalcPs Grocery. ....  The' card of the well known- firm  of Teljew-Haryey,...���"Bryant .& Gil-  man, Provincial Assayers and Mining Engineers, will   be noticed in  another column.'   This  firm, is one  of the most   reputable   and  reliable  on the; coast   and   are   desirous  of  entering this field:    Their rates are  so reasonable   that they should i\\r-  peal   to   any one   desiring to have'  assays made���Gold, Silver, Lead or  Copper, each?$i.5o; Gold & Silver,  $2.00; Gold, Silver  cv: Copper, $3.-  00, etc,    W.-W. Griiiic,   of   Atlin,  has been appointed local Agent for  the company and  .samples for assay  will \>2   lbrwarded" lo   Vancouver  without delay.  The steamer Ruth was launched  last Saturday.. .She will be ready for  "sea "in a few days.  Pete McDonald of Pine left for a  visit to the Coast on Fridav.  NO W?S?:.YqUR?;;,;.!:GHANCE;:;;?;;?;:  7; Gold?SeaPHip?Gum^Bools:  ?;  :���??"?   :Good SeaLBoptees? . :'.";;'?: ;���: '?;??���:  ?:"-"���? "7? W^;?:^^y^:^  ;���;,:"':���;-"������;������      '��� :.,���::���.���.������-���,���::���������;:'���:���: ..V; ���' ���-���':,.'..',���-r-^P*>:''.: ,"..:.������r���-":';:.::'-;.-  :7?v:i;7?;:.?v-?:|9'50.-7?  WMyyM&ia  LOW   RUBBERS?  GOODS.  if^^^p?p:f?::;  ^_/;,?L;;ii(i^c  Choicest TWihes, Liquors; & Gigars.;  t'MME*  mmEY.  Choice Wines, :Ivi.qtiors and Gigars.  v ���."'���.    .7 FKESH7IVIEATS7AI.WAYS7ON .HAND;:::: -'I ;?:-  Fish,    Oame   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  ���'���'.������''NouTit'EUN ���Hotel.-Builoinc, Fiust Stkeet.?  rauiic,  ming:  @  l'rtery;  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER    GATES,    >  ANGLE   STEEL    RIFFLES .'"&:  ^HYDRAULIC    RIVETED  Pmssgsimj?  &   H&istmg   Massifmery,.  PIPE.  Estimates furnished  on application  . The Vancouver Engineering Works,   ���  Vancouver,  B. C.  T     BATHS  .0   BARBER SHOP  K. LINK Prop.  0. li. IIavk.h.  .1. CL COKNKI,!,.  Discovery,  OPKN DAY AND NJGHT.  Now occupy their new  (|imrlers next  to the Hank of II. X. A.. Kirst Street.  I'he bath rooms are niimilly as *jood us found  11   cities.   Private  Kntrance for ladies.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  I N  CONNECTION?  Ileiuhtiiai'ters .'or Hiiliuei* iM- Pai'j'ntt's stu*ie.  DISCOVERY, B. C:  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  Hi). Sani'S, Proprietor.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  MUST   LIQUORS   A   CIGAILS  GOOII   ACCO.M.MOII.V'I'KIN. ��� Ui-'.stauhant   in  CeiNNBCTiers.  S...JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Good Stnblin-j; for Horses and l)o*��*i.  m*  wim/msaHBBmmnt  in}

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