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The Atlin Claim Jun 22, 1901

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 ��5  VOL  ATLIN, B. C SATURDAY,  J UNI'?  22,   rcioi.  NO.   101.  The Largest and Best Selected Stock of General  Merchandise in Atlin.  GOLD SEAL HIF BOOTS, $11.50.    ���      j MEN'S.GOOD WORKING'SKOES, $4.50  GOLD SEAL SHOES, $5.50. ' ���'        j MEN'S FINE SHOES, from !?5 up:  The Best Over-shirt in the Market, $���������!*  Woollen Underwear in Cost Grades.  Our   Grocery .Stock."'is  Oemgsiete*  OGILV-IE ' FLOUR? $����' per sack. AGEN   BUTTER;   $1 -per tin,  CLIMAX' TOBACCO,  $g a lb.  Canned  Roast Beef. Corned   I'.eef and  Australian Mutton  ���''   -      '��� ��� 50*cents per ti:;.     -.        ,  Canned, Corn,   Peas,   Beans and   Reindeer Milk, $2.75 per dozen.  BLACI-  IRON    STORE, -- First and  Trairior  Streets, Atlin. B. G.  iTT&.CO.  ie unaaian canK ot wniierce.  -    CAPITA!/'PAID    UP    $8,000,000.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  ' San Francisco,  ���    <: .        Portland,  '   ��� Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold ox* ail ��� Posrsis'*  Gold Dust Pukchaski)���Ass.v*.   Oi-rici' in* Coj-.nkction.  -''".,       ���'      '     . j. S., M'.L'NRO, Manager.  PRICES   ALWAYS   AS" LOW   AS.   Tri��-   LOWEST.  Miners See ��y^    Q^     Stewart,  Post Oim'ici*,  Dlscovkkv,  FOR   GROCERIES   AND   MINERS'   SUPPLIES.  My Team Delivers (loads on Creeks Rcquiiirly. Prires as Above.  STRICTLY   EUROPEAN   PLAN  o>��s��  TAURAN1  ,   E.   L.    BOOTH,    Proprietor.  Ol.i-n  n,iy and Niirlit.  spkcialtiks in  FANCY   CAKES    &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Ersasl, etc*  Chas.  Mvkk, Proprietor.  Good  Room* to  Rent���l"y the  Day.  Week or Month at reasonable rat'-s.  <f2?  r&  ������  McKEE CREEK.  Gcod Work  Being; Done By  the Atlin Mining: Co.  CnartK Developments on Taku Pro-  clucos   Satisfactory    Results-���  1 r  ,Rieh Oro from Gleunerviile.  of* oblaining a Crown Grant, vi'iil  lie, lhe first thing done, An-vsi-  hauslivc examination ol" both surface and, uiiilergrniiYid showhigs will  1 lien be , made. "Fiic outlook for  converting this property iulo a dividend-pax ing mine is cxlrcmely promising.  Work 011 lhe While Moose &.  ��� Alamo group on Taku.Arm will Ire-  gin iir a lew'days.  Some excellent sample.*- from tire  Gleantrvilb mine were .recently taker; to White Horse by Dr. Scharschmidt. Tlie quart;', is fairly studded with free gold, and one piece is.  said lo be covered with flakes of  leal" gold.' Application is now being made for ;��� Crown Grant on this  group.  A trial shipment "of ore is being  taken out from the Laverdiere copper property, across the lake, and a  gang of men, under Mr. 'Gibb's superintendence, went over this week  !o work on' the properly. We are.  pleased to note tha*- the pros; ec'.s  are very lavoiable ior this j ro-,  perty to lie taken' up by Montana  people. , 'Mr.- Caplice has returned  to Butte to report, and will lie back  in Atlin in a few weeks.  -  It is also said   that Mr,   Hall, of  Boundary, who ,wenl- -out oir'Mon-  day, has taken a" bond on Brown  and partner's claims, between Birds,  and Boulder, payii.-g therefor S200*  cash, ancl agreeing to work the  property for-one year,   a   iinal   pay-  x-a.^������ SSiAGWAY,   Alaska.    ������  "���*������-"���  ���   WHOLESALE   GROCERS  .Xl.hO   IlKAI.KIiH   r\  ���4*����-4-�� Hay   and   Oats v-av^-e  Wp piTirft a Specialty of Perishable Goods and respectfully solicit  *"      i'our Mail Orders --Satisfaction Guaranteed.  ACCOUNTANT,   MINING   BROKER,   AND   FINANCIAL   AGENT  Abstracts Prepared and Accounts Collected.  Oi'imck:���Oi'i'O.siTi*: Provincial Govicrnmunt Brii.oiNG.  Our Editor paid a visit to McKee  creek this week, and was the guest  of (lie Atlin Mining Co. He secured some , excellent photographs of  the company's workings and other  scenes on the cieek. The1 Alliu  Mining Co.'s hydraulic plant is now  in full operation. The flume, which  is 2400 feet long, is very well and  strongly built. 'It carries 1500  inches of water ancl a pre'&sme of  350 feet is'obtained,at'tire'workings;  2500 feel of pipe 'conveys the water  from lhe pressure box to the monitor, and the pipe is graded fiom 24  lo 13 inches orr line No. 4 arrd to 12  inches on line No. 2. The pipe  and pl.int were supplied by Arm-,  strong arrd Morrison of Vancouver,  and the. pipes have been so well  laid thai there is not a leak iu  the-whole string. Tire present'  ���line "of sluice boxes, which is laid  on bedrock, is 250 feet long, 4 feet  wide and 3 feet deep. . The monitor-  is worked down stream, and the result Is, everything is carried off; no  handling of stones and   boulders, in I menl of $18,000 then being due  fact,    the   pressure   is  sufficient to] ������   move boulders weighing up to a  ton. A substantial wingdarn is laid  on each side oi" the mouth' of the  sluice, and closes i.i the entire  creek bed. The company has practical!-. obtained control of all the  claims 011 the creek so thai il has  not had the trouble and annoyance  which hitherto affected other companies operating.in the district. It  is easy to predict a substantial  clean-up for-the Atlin Mining Co.  '1 lie Ronayne brothers look oui  $229 shovelling, in two days last  week from their claim, about i.S  ah. ve, and 0:1 Thursday got a nugget weighing over 2S ounces of  pure gold.  Big Jack (Perkinson) is u'orkiirg  on a lay from Mr. Felherslouhaugh  on   about   20   above, and is Inking  out good pay.  Dave Cochran and Keishaw have  taken a lay on 22 to 24 above aud  left toivn for the creok yesterday.  Genacu brothers have bonded  their claim-., 26 lo 30 above, to the  Atlin Mining Co.  menca  llstiihlKhcd in l-s'l).    Iin-.n-'iorateil h.x l.oy.il (Jlini'ti-r.  Paid lii* Capital i".", 866,666  Rkskrvi*: Fund '���''.703,333  ,    Head Office in Canada:  Moutreai.   H. Stii'i-'man,  General   Manager.  Branches in all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco, Seattle Taeoma, Portland, .Spokane, Boston. Chicago, Etc.  Atlin's Fire Engine Arrives  its Capabilities Tested By a Volunteer Crew.  The new manual Fire Engine,  purchased on behalf of the Alliu  Fire Department, by Mr. Graham,  arrived in Atlin on Thursday morning. There is no question but that  it comes rrp lo the representations  made of it. .Or. Thursday evening  it was taken in hand by a volunteer  crew, under Fire Chief Kirkland,  and the shoxviug made by the engine should set our minds at rest as  lo a serious Tire gelling ahead of us,  A meeting was held last night for  the purpose of organizing a fire brigade and to settle ou a site for'an  engine house.  Y OFF3QE  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased o; Taken on Couf-igiuiR'nl.  Oi*-*u'U ,\ssa\ing at* Rfas-uiahle Rates.  Atlin to Be a Sub-recording Office  For Tesiin.  Mr. Thaiu has been appointed a  Deputy Mining Recorder for the  Tlie Engineer Mining Go. is pre-j district known as the Dpper Taku  paring for a season of great activity.! (river"' and Tes'.in hike section in  It is staled ou good authority that 1 the Tesiin Lake Milling division,  the company has recently disposed  of a large block of Treasury stock.  The officers of the Company seem  unwilling to give -iiiccilic information as to the programme for the  season, but it is more than likely a  survey of lhe group, with   lhe \ iew  with Sub-recording office in Atlin,  consequently, locators in that mining division can make their records  either at Atlin or al the other offices ol" Mr. Ja-7 Porter, tlie Gold  Commissioner as max be mo-u convenient lor Ihem.  ���"&>  ;���;  -71 ATLIN,  B.C.. SATURDAY. JUNE.  22,   1961  <&  The Atlin Claim.  I'lihli-shed    every    Sat nrdiiy   itiornin**.    l.v  Till-,  ATI.IN  ('I.AIM    I'L'lllilKHINCi Co.  A. ('. II iiis<'HI'i:i,I). I'ihtoh.  Ollii'i- ol' inihlieatioii l'enrl S'.. Atlin. II. ('..  Advertising  nite-s niade liiiox.n ���iii'ii|i|ilien-  t ion. '  The Milis'i'!'i|ition price is -J-*! a yi-i-.r pii.v-  iilile in nilviitii-e. No imiier xvill lie delivered  unless this i-iindition is romp) if. I xx'ith.  Saturday,   Junk 22d,   190".  Wi* are justified in expressing  a censure on behalf of the public of  Atlin upon the carelessness shown  by sorrre person or persons who are  iu the .habit of visiting tire far island, opposite town, and lighting  lires, neglecting to see that these are  put out before ' leaving. The result of this species of vandalism was  that on Wednesday last, during a  high wind, more than half lire island was enveloped inflames.. It  should be remembered by campers  that llrere is a heavy 'penalty imposed by the "Bush Fire Act" for  such culpable negligence. We cannot live on scenery, but it costs us  nothing to protect what 'we have  and we hope a " word to the wise "  is sufficient.  is said that flour can be bought, de-l  livered, oir Boulder for $4. while-  we are lold it costs ��4.0,5 wholesale.  To lhe merchants .ve would say, refuse to support such a ruinous  trade, somebody will get bit/and to  the miner we would say, you are  encouraging swindling, and are  yourselves the victims; those who  sell you goods at less than cost  must cheat you some way or throw  rrp the sponge.  3. B. fraser -<$ ���o;  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.  IT is to be feared that the Customs Department of the Dominion  is not well versed upon the geography of our district, ancl that the  Atlin Board of .Trade is' considered  of   such   little   consequence that its  overtures aird -suggestions are of rro  weight or avail.    The  Customs Office, with   the   change in our transportation .arrangements, has-been removed   from   Bennett  lo   Caribou,  for the better accommodation of our  merchants!    Oh,   wise  men of'.he  Easl!   why  didn't you push the office back to Summit ? 'twould   have  been just as convenient there. Caribou has neither bank nor post office  and yel it is made the Port of Entry  for Atlin.    It might be well for the  Board of Trade to have a large map  oi" the district prepared and appended to a very   strong   protest,  copies  of which should be sent to the Minister of Customs and to G. R. Maxwell, M. P., by way of showing our  appreciation of   the wisdom shown  by the Department.  DiCAK Sir:- ��� I write to draw your  attention to the manner iu'which  we are treated���or rather mistreated  --���with regard ,to our mail service-  here.  Mail arrived iu Atlin by small  boat at noon on Mor.day, 3rd insl..  and was not received here till'about  Z o'clock on the following day;  while this week the mail, which arrived by steamer in Atlin ou Wednesday, at.i p. m., was not received  here till yesterday (Thursday) afler-  nooti.  Surely an arrangement could be  made whereby the mail could be  brought up here the same day il arrives in Atlin, as the stages, having the mail contract, make at least  two trips rrp here after the arrival  of the boat.- -Yours truly,  ' "DlSCOVKRYITl*.  Discovery, B. C, June 14, 1901.  A quhstion   is being   repeatedly  asked by merchants and   well-wishers of the camp why il is that business   is   so   quiet.    A    number of  people   have   recently come iir and  yel there is no visible improvement  in    business.    What   is  the cause?  We want to see the towir, as a town,  grow aud prosper, yet, with all our  advantages,   things are not as they  should be.    There must l>e a nigger  on   the   fence,    somewhere.      The  miners   do   not come to town; the  restaurant   and   hotel   men are 1101  getting patronage, the packers have  had   to turn   their slock out lo pasture, yet lhe creeks are all working,  but where is the business ?    All the  local   merchants   have laid in large  slocks of"   everything a man   could  desire, but traie does not materially  improve.    We are told that there is  a syslem of   peddling   going on on  the creeks and that miners are buying  supplies,   delivered to them, at  prices cheaper than they can be delivered at,   wholesale, in. Atlin,    It  DiiAR Sir:���Having  cast in ray  lot with Atlin and its destinies I am  naturally much interested irr the exploitation of the mineral resources,  with which I believe   kind   nature  has   liberally endowed it.    Shallow  placer mining never yet made a permanent camp, nor, for lire matter of  thai, hydraulic.*-   either,     ifthedis-  itici is going lo amount to 'inylhin�����  in the future, deep leads arrd quart-',  must decide for its permanency.  As  regards quartz, there have been doings here which far outrun the level  of my sapieucy.    I may be old fashioned in my ideas, arrd   behind   lhe  times, but I utterly   fail   to  see Hie  utility, for   instance, of   running  a  tunnel  irrto    barren  country rock,  putting up a mill   to crush the useless output   and   trying   to delude  yourself and   other  people into the  barral   idea   that you have a mine.  It   is   on   a   par    with    '"Yankee  Doodle,"  who " Stuck a feather  Ln  his cap and called it Macarorri " !  Iu your   issue   of the   8th inst. appeared a very  well   written   report:  by Mr. Gilroy ou the Imperial mine  on Monro mountain.    No one who  knows Mr. Gilroy dare say-he is a.11  unintelligent   man   or  question his  capability.      based   on   thirty     or  more   years'   experience as mansi-  ger ol" some of the largest mines in  Colorado,   Arizona,     Oregon    and  elsewhere.    The   report in question  is of a very    favorable   nature,    indeed, so   much so, that  he predicts  thai if properly barrelled   the   Imperial will   eventually   be one of" the  great   mines   of   British Columbia.  There is no guessing or  presuming  in Mr. Gilroy's statement; he mak��s  arr operr and   above-board   declaration, giving his reasons therefor.  Now this mine has been partially  opened up and considerable quartz  crushed by parties who had it under bond. These parties have forfeited this bond 1>Y non-fulfilir-eni, -of  SllCCKSSOHS"    to  P. P. CO. First Street, Atlin. ���  For Staple & Fancy Groceries  PROVISIONS,  Tobaccos and Confectionery,  Prompt Attention to ordersS^f Give us a call,  THE "GUANO  HOTEL  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN -FIRST-CLASS  MANNER.  French Restaurant in Gonncction   ,s ���  ��� Rici" & Hastik,   Pkoi'KM'Toks,    David Hastiic,   Manaokk.  Corner 'of First and Discoverv Streets.  ���fa I c tj.-  Jmporter  of General   -Merchandise*  Miners'    Supplies  OUTFITTING. A SPECIALTY  FIRT   STREET,    ATLIN    B.    C.  Rotel, Russell  C  ; '  Choice Wines,'Liquors ancl Cigars.  Pool and Billiards Jm,  iixon & Burton,  Proj>s.  R IS��  1 mn  ia  mb.er & Mininp .Ca.  A. T- Baker  Manager.  leiing in ail its Uranehes*  ranch Office at Pine.1  ATLIN BREWING Co.  HKKWHRS OK STKAM  AN J'  LAGKR  BKKR.       MONK  HUT Till*:  Bl'ST   INGRICniK'-rrS      USKD    IN   THU    MANlil'ACTURK     Ol"  OUR Wl'KR.THI"  ONLY   URKW1CRY IN THH ARCTIC RKGIONS.  ORDKRS RROMl'TLY KILLKO FOR ALL'"'ARTS Ol" TIIIC YUKON  TERRITORY   AND   NORTIIWl'STKRN    KRITISII    COLUMBIA.  ATLIN,  B. C.  Thermal ��� Vapour  "\r. BATHS ~3\  Troy Laundry & Bath House  Luke St., lift  Runt anil Wiits.nn Ave.  C. H. (Jul'kin, Prop.  GO    TO  THE  J.  L. IV1UNRO,,Proprietor.  Vancouver General  Store.  CARRIES A FULL LINK OF  GENERAL MERCHANDISE  A. S. Cross & Co  IhL Street Atlin.  BR0WNLEE & LOWRY  J. H. Broxvnlee, P. L. S., D. L. S.  R. C. Loxvry, A. M. I. C. T..  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  Land Surveyors.  Pbaiu. Strict, Atlin, B, C,  Adjoining the Leland Hotel.  NOTARY PUItLIC.  OITICIi:���Pourl Struct, opp. Post Oflice.  All Kinds   of Mining Papers  Made   Out*   Several years' priictietil   experience.   HOTEL VANCOUVER.  HEST   LIQUORS   &   CIGARS  Goon  Accommodation. ��� Hkstmjhant in  CONNKCTICN.  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Pb  Photi  ATI.-  GcioU Stiiblin*,'tor Hoi tUtt null DoS"=J. ...    ������  11  i  I  r  fraud  Nth  i  ern  [4. C.  Views  feAtlin &  fin.  k-5*��**��*K,*'  tan Creeks  ���ere in  If  t'ict.  ��� Views    to  from  'PLATES  id Printed  tn.  .Promptly  d   to  schfeid  Building,  B.C.  t*4****#**  ATl.fN.   B.  C, SATURDAY,  JUNE,  .'901.  T.  tasfl*  DKALICRS   IN  Call on us for Prices.  ������ Shelf   .and   Heavy   Hardware,  SOLE  AGENTS   FOR  GIANT ���- POAyiJriR    CO.   Con?,   of Victoria,   B.   C.  40'and 60 per' cent Dynamito  in  25 and 50  pound  Cases.   ���  Cor. of PEARL and FIRST ST., ATLIN,; B. C  conditions, Ihus giving the impression tliat tlie property is ])raclieiilly  worthless. This forfeiture naturally depreciates lhe financial value of  the mine to the owners, bill if done  in good faith niter a competent working lest, is quite correct and reasonable on tlie-btinder's part. Hut, according lo Mr. Gilroy's contention,  the mine was not *. intelligently  worked hy thd'bondcrs and he gives  several striking instances hearing  on it in his report. For example,  he mentions the driving ofatun-  irel irr such a direction that if it had  ���been continued a little further it  would have landed the workmen in  the open air. Anyone cuiious in  lire mailer carr visit the property  arrd verify this wooden-headed operation for themselves.  Meantime,'   whose  opinion   shall  'the   public   accept ?    That  of Mr.  Gilroy, with   his vast experience of  over thirty years," or   that of certain  individuals who may have a heaven-  born   instinct   for   mining schemes  and   the   manipulation   of English  "dough,"   but  who, ~ from former  , experience and   mental   calibre, are  more adapted  to the honorable but  , humble occupational" sawing wood.  Atlin suffers, but   let her not des-'  pair.    Common   sense methods will  eventually prevail, we may be sure,  and the  right men will be fitted into   the   right   places.    There have  been   too   many   square   pings  in  round   holes   hitherto,  but amateur  experts   have   nearly   run   to   the  length   of   their   tethers   and  will  shortly   come up with a jerk which  will   astonish   them.    Every   man  having  quartz   interests in the dis-  tlre district   will join in the prayer,  May lhe Gcds send that day soon !  Thanking you for your kindnessj  I am, "iir, etc.,��� A Minkr.  Atlin, B. C, June 14, 1901.  NOTICE.  Oertiflaate of /Improvements  KTOTIOK ii In h.v 'riven tlint I, I' F Si-luir-  seliiniill, F .M G No. IIIKI71, Secretary of  Tin. GI1111111-1- Milling' ,*i Milling Co. I.til. Liu.,  fJKJ, No. SHIM, intend, Sixty ilu.Vs' h'oiii iluti-  hi'i-.'(.r, tn apply to tlio jMiiiinjc I'l'i-m-di'i- for  u ('crtilleate ol liiipi-oviiiiii-nrs. for tlie purpose of olitMliiin^- a C'riixvii Grant upon the  foi low in;; described .Mineral Gliiini: ���  Tin) M.vosotis Minoriil Claim, situate in tin*  Atlin .Mining Division of Cassiar District a in I  lomtefl on Taku Arm, al.nut one miln smitli'  of Slienp Creak anil three tlioii.sainl (SOOu)  feet from the xx-atei-s ol Taku Arm.  A Mil fin-tliei- Mike notice (lint iirtion, under  Section :I7, must lie rommeiifeil liefoi-e the  issiiunri- ol mifli Ci-rtillunte of Improvements. ��� '  Dated thisTwetity-secoiidday of June, 1901.  P. F. SfJlIAHSCH.XIlDT, Secy.  AND  Norice.  Certificate of improvements  "KlOTlGl'. is hereby-riven that I, Pl'Sehar-  sehmi.lt, 1" M C, No. HS374, Secretary of  The Gleaner .Milling & .Milliiifr Co., Ltd. Liu..  V .M C, No. 31113, ii.teiul. Sixty .lays from flute  hereof, toapply to the Mining Recorder for  a Certificate of Improvements for the'purpose of obtaining- a Croxvn Grant, upon the  following*- described Mineral Claim:  The Tukii Chief Mineral Claim, situate in  the Atlin Miniac Division of Cassiar District  mill located on Taku Arm anil adjoining the  Myosotis Mineral Claim on the north end.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Hated this Twenty -second day of June, IDOL  P. F. Schahhchmtdt, Secy.  Notice.  4th OF JULY SPORTS  WILL 'HH   IIKLl*   AT  DISCOVERY,  JUNE   29th,   1901.  Bistaer & Parrot,  Liverv Stables.'  PROGRAM".!!*'   Ol."   SPORTS.  Certificate of Improvements.  Dkar Sir:���Having heard that  the Discovery Football Club is  about to submit' a challenge to us  through your columns, I would  suggest that a meeting of the Atlin  Football Club be called as soon as  possible, say at Mr. McFeely's store,  if agreeable to him, to-night, in order to decide whether we can accept  their challenge.  Considering the number of strong  and active young men in town there  should be only one answer, and  that in the affirmative. Yours very  truly,        A Football Playkr.  Atlin, li, C, June 20, 1901.  [Mr. McFeely has expressed his  willingness to place his store at the  service of " Football Player" this  evening.]���En.  TSJOTICK is hereby -riven that I, P 1' Schni-  sclimidt, F M C. No. 3371. Secretary" of  the Gleaner Mining & Alillinjr Co., Ltd. Liu..  V M C, No. '"I*!, intend, Sixty days from date  hereof, to apply to the .Miuin-r Recorder for  a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of ohtuinin-r a Croxx n' Grant upon the  folloxviiiK described Mineral Claim:���  The Lake Vicxv .Mineral Claim, situate in  the Atlin Minii:-.- Division uf Cassiar District  and located on Taku A mi, timl boundeil on  the south by rim Taku Chief Mineral Claim.  . And further lake notice that uction. under  Section ;*.T, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Hated this Twenty-second flay of June, 1S01.  ���P. I>\ flcHAiisrn.xiiDT, Secy.'  10 a.in. Oh.xtion, Rev. J. Priii*rle.  10.30 Puttiiifr llilb shot: Ist prize, Sill; 2d ���52.5II  /   Puttlii-r'Blo weight: ��10; S2,"l)  Near Pine Tree Hotel. ' '  11 KlO-yaril .Miner's race; -j.30: $2,5(1  r.O-yard Hoys'race; ������?<; $I,")0  Potato riier*:* -?r0: ��2,511 ''  Near Irvine; Hotel.  12 Kid-yard Rn'ce. open; KM: s2,f-0  50-yai'd lliners' Pack race, to carry .101 lis:  KM): .-s2.r-0 ^  To.ssinjr the Caber: SlO: i,2,.ri()  Near Pine Tree'Hotel.  1.30 p.m. Panning; Contest: $10: ��2,50  PoleVnult: j.lai'-'jif?-""���  NeurGoldHoii.se.  2.30.'Wheelbarroxv race: ?l(l: >2.."ill  Obstacle race; 10; S2.fi0  Near Nu'<r;ret Hotel.  3. Quarter Mile race; -S15; $.*>  Pine Tree Hotel.  3.30. Miners' Hi{*-h Jump; 1(1; S2.50  Hi*rh Jiimp.'open: ��10: S2.S0 "  Near Irvine; Hotel.  4. Hop, Step and Jump; ��i*i: So  , Rnniiinpr Long; Jump; $10: S2.r>0  Near Nugget Hot el.  4.311. Tenrn Pullin;r Contest: ��2.".: ��10  Near Gold Pan Jim.  5.3:). Discovery Derby, 3 horses,'to  run; Sill:  .>7.!"(). Pine Tree Hotel.    -  Trap Shootiirg Contest at Clay  Pigeons.  Open to all. Entrance fee $2. 3  Expert Electric Traps will be used.  Each competitor must shoot at  20   birds.      Vancouver  Gun Club  J  Saddle Horses,    Buggies,    i^oad  Carts, Pack Horses for tthe.  Stages   Leave   Atlin   for   D'i<rcaverj>  Daily from the Royal Hotel.'  - APPLICATION   FOB   LANDl  j^OTIOE  is   hereby   "riven  tluit Sixty diiyt-  after date 1 intend to apply  to tin.  Chief  ^Commissioner of Lands and   Works for permission to'purchase the follnxviiii- described  tract of land : Commencing; at a post planted  on the shore of Taku Arm, uhotit hull' u mile  Hast   of   the   mouth   of   Wan  river: theuee  south     one  , mile:      thence xvest  one mile;  thence   north <me  mile, more or less, to the  shore of Taku   Arm,   thence   rollo\viu;r   the  shore   of  Taku   Arm  tt. the  point of   commencement. ,  JOSUPH TALLMIHK.  May 10th, 1901.                                       2m-"l  J. B. NORTON & Co.,   '  GENERAL MERCHANDISE,  BOULDER   CREEK.  All Goods at Atlin Prices���Frei*rhtiii*r Done-  Leave Orders at Pillmaii's.  TULES EGGERT & SON.'  SWISS    YVATCHMAKKRS,  Ami  maniifacturiii^ jexveliers.  All kinds of nujfiret xvork executed xx ith  neatness and dispatch.  Kir-st  st.  next to Vancouver General Store  Rules to govern.  NOTICE.  ALL Hnt*;;;une stored xx-ith Muirheail llros.,  Spruce ./unction, in the Pall of '119, if not  OFFICERS   OJ*'   THE   DAY.  President: H;  P. Pearse.  Vice-President: J. .M. Riitl'ncr.  Jiulpres: Messrs. Taylor anil Miiuro.  Starter: J. Lethenlule.-  Clerks of the Course; Walter Oxven  anil  P  J. Sammous.   ,  Treas: C. Lambert: Secy: E. Sands.  Gi'ANi) 11am, at ,Mf-Dos.xr,o's Hall.  T7"IRKLAND HOTEL,  K1RST  STRIJET.    ATLIN.  J.  KIRKEAND, - Manaokk.  First-class dining room  And Elegant Sleepirrg Rooms.  ATLIM FISH MARKET  A. Brunich, Proprietor.  Opposite the Royal Hotel, First St-  Fresh Fish always on hand.  Hydraulic   arrd   Other   Companies  Supplied at Wholesale Rales.  | THE    KOOTENAY    HOTEL." I  called for in 30 iluys xvill   be  sold  this notice and other char-res.  to pay for  je22-4t  A     COURT of Assize, Nisi Prius, Oyer anil  Terminer   tuifl   General   Gaol   Delivery  xvill be   holi'en ;-i   the Court House at Atlin,  <in  l-'riday, the I'.ith flay of July. IH01.  MyCoiiiiiuind,  A. OAMI'liLL UKDDTI".  Deputy Provincial Secretin.v.  Provincial Sfrrcfary's Oflice,  Victoria. H. C. ;i,lth .May. Illlll.   '      juir.-rt  George.E. Hayes, Proprietor.  Cor. First and Tkainor Strkkts.  This  First Class Hotel   has   been    remodeled and refurnished r',>ri>ii-rIii.iit  anil offers the best 'accommodation   to   Transient or Permanent  Guests.���American'anil liuropenn  Plan.  Finest   Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars.  Billiards    and    Pool.  t  s  81  ��������o*��c>***>o*��o-��c��-��o*��o:��o-��c'-��o-��oi:>��  See HIRSCHFELD  KOR  Photos of the Masquerade.  E.   S.  WILKINSON,  SURVEYOR.  P.L.S.  Third Street, opp. Government ''uiltliiijr,  W. Wallack Giiijik, Aprent.  VV.   WALLACE  GRIME  &  Co.,  MINING BRDKidtS & COMMISSION AGENTS.'  Third Street, Atlin B. C.  BUILDER  AND  CONTRACTOR  I'STIMATES  GIVEN ON   ALL  KINDS OF WORK  PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS  A    SPKOIA LTV  BRICKS FOR SALE.  OFFICE:   Third Street, A tlin ���  NKXT TO CHURCH Ol"   KNGI.AND.  VENDOME   HOTEL.  Choicest Wines. Liquors & Cigars.  FREE BOWLING ALLEY.  J. TALEMIRE, Proprietor.  -jasr^SH"* IT  I v.'  I '<���-  I-  M  1*1  Iff,  ,  le ���  lii i  I1 <  I  I"-'.!-"  V l  r i  ATLfN,  R.C..  SATURDAY.   M.'N'I-.,  22,  i go 1  . ���    The  Pioneer   Store. ��� '  PINK   OITV.   n. c.  1  CARRIUS  A   l-'l'LI.   LlNIv   OK   ���  Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishings ancl Miners' Supplies  G.  a.   NEWTON  &  GO.  PICKED UP HERE AMD THERE.  ('hiirrh  of Kuirlnud:  St. Mm tin's ('hureh, ror. Third and Train-  or streets. Sunday .services, Matins at Hit.  in,, I'vi-iisoiiir 7:',(i p. 111, Celebriition of Holy  Communion, IM, Sunday in each month and  011 Special occnsioiis. Sunday School, Sunday nt 3 p. 111. Commit tee .Meelinirs, 1st  Thill's.lay Mi each mouth.  , Rev. I*'. L. Stephenson, Rector. '  St. Auilri'xv's' Presliylerian Church hold  (Service-, iu the Church on Second Street.  Moruinir service nt II cveniiijr service 7 ;30  Sunday School at, the close ol" the mnriiiii-r  service.     Rev. .1. Priii-rle, Minister.  Atlin   Lodge,   No.   (=5', A. 0. U.  W.,   meets- irr  the  Atlin   Claim  lilock, ou   the  second   .and    fourlh  <  Wednesdays   of   each month.    Sojourning  brethren are .cordially invited to attend.    There   will ,bc an  initiation on Wednesday next.*  ,. A Nickcrson,   having  completed  opening'up   his   summer stock   of  staple   and    fancy   groceries, all  of  which is rrew, fresh aud oi" the bnsl  quality, iro*,v offers   the same lo the  public at the -lowest   prices.     Fresh  fruits   and    vegetables   received by  every steamer from Caribou.. Special  prices made for restaurants.    A full  line of   club   goods,   comprised   in  part  of   Caviar   de luxe, Puree de  fois-gras truffee,  anchors   a   l'huiic,  Royal   salad  dressing and a variety  of meat and fish pasies.  The Discovery Football team  challenges Alliu lo, play a game at  Discovery on. Dominion Day, Saturday, June 2</.h.  Great Reduction Sale of Ladies'  and Children's Hoots, also Men's  Clothing, aud Groceiie-, lor. this  week only lo make room for another shipment, of goods. Don't  forget the plac-* ��� Pioneer Store,  Pure City. C. D. Newton & Co.  Miss Haddon, sister of W. E.  Haddon, of Fraser & Co.'s, arrived  in Atlin, Sunday, from  Vancouver.  Fishing tackle for lhe sportsmen  arrd for others, if they want it, al  Fraser &. Co.  children of Atlin's public school  will lie held. The Trustees, parents  and the public are in\ itetl. Much  credit is due lo Miss K. C, Sinilli  for lhe pains she has taken to make  the closing exercises the succccss  thev are sure to he. Two o'clock  is the hour.  Oil baize, floor oil-cloth and  house-lining, very cheap and good,  at Eraser & Co. "  Fresh fancy liiscuils at EJ L. Pillman & Co. 5  Air. aud Mrs..Subblefie[d invite  everybody to their Annualjopeiiing  of the 13. C. Dining Room*, in Discovery,    .on- Mondav,    2Alh 'insl.  i " 'ii �����'  A'' -"'ire and have a good time;  gl'-'Jci music, good floor;1* refreshments will be served at '.2 o'clock.  Avoid all aches and paiifs by lak- \  ing a Thermal bath al the Troy '  Laundry. . '.; j  Go to Foley's for fresh Agau's  butter in f lb bricks, 40 lo 45 cents  per pound. Australian and Cana-'  dian butter, '35 lo 40 cents. Fresh  ranch eggs, 50 cents per cloz. Potatoes aud vegetables '12' lbs for$r.  Cross & Blackwell's jams and mar-  immmgs oc Kschardson,  LEADING   HOUSE,  IADSES  &' GENTS   FURNISHINGS  Boots and Shoes.  8$r    Our Prices are the Lowest*  STOCK   OF   "GOLD   SEAL"   RUBBER   BOOTS.  I'KANCIIf.S   Al:   While Horse, Yukon, ami Discovery, B. C  sL.  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager. -  Corner Pearl and'First Streots, Atlin, B. C.  This   New   and   Coiunrodious   I-Iolcl  was opened lo lhe 'Public,   April'  16th, ujoi.���Kverylhing in it is New.,-- Strictly First Class.  "CIIOICLSI WINIIS, I.IQUOHS AND CIGAHS CASI. GOODS A SPiCIAl.IV.  3  BURNS' &  CO'.  Dressed Meats and Fish.  ATLIN   AND   DISCOVERY.  Tick. Gillkspii". Prop.  Wai.tkr 'Pi.Aicii-: Mgr.  1 Oil 111  Finest" Wines,   Liquors  IZ A#A  i*  and   Cigars.  Lross iM islaekwell s jams and mar-   -r-\ ���    1       1   t-�� 1 ,1   : l-r\  ninlade in great variety at cut rates.   rUmiShed   K'OOITIS DV  the Ijclj,  All   goods    warranted first class or |  money refunded. ,       . I  0 Furnished rooms to  rent--apply j  Hotel Northern. '"       j  1  Are you going to build or make  alterations?���If so, see Olive. Men  always on hand. ,'..  ,..,_.  For the famous Lubecke- Sliced  Potatoes call at Fraser & Co.  Miss Haddon, expert typewriter  aud stenographer. Office al Fraser  & Ct.'s store. Will call for work  when required.  .Week' or Month.  im  tB  Buggies and Saddle Horses for  Hire.  rrviqhlint] n Specialty.  Leave Orders al tire Russell Hoiel  ; , Stages Leave   for  11    DISCOVERY   &   SURPRISE  LAKE  ~_   .       ^J-'i-om the Kus'scll Hotel, Atlin nt  I     10.30 a.m., 1 p.111. and "6 p.m.,  ASI>"'l--llll.M  The   GOLD   HOUSE,   Discovery;  8 a.m., 11.30 a.m. aird 3 p.rir.  I  Opsnlrsg , of  the Atlin Efsie-'iairv  ment Hal  HalJ  Four bench claims on Spruce,  south side, also fractional creek  claim adjoining, ou besi  pari 01" the  creek, for sale.     Apply this office.  Fishing Tackle and flies al Dockrill iS: Bourne's.  The Scotia will leave Suv.day instead of Monday night, this trip, lo  connect with the Gleaner.  For floor oil-cloth and house-lining see J. A. Fraser 6c Co.  Take your prescriptions lo Dockrill ec Bourne's.  Mrs. 1). Todd Lees, accompanied  by her si.-iter, Miss Miller, of Vancouver ai rived on Sunday last.  Fraser   &   Co.    have   received a  slock of house lining, oil   baize and 'K Co.  oil elolh   which   thev xvill -.'ell w-.v   "  If the success which attended lire  opening of the Atlin Entertainment  Hall is to be   taken as rt criterion of  its   future,   Dixon & Tkirlon   are lo  be   congratulated.       The   opening  dance was held on Wednesday evening aud one of lire .largest assemblies   which has ever been gathered  in the district   christened  the hall.  There were many visiters from Discovery.    The  hall   was mosl tastefully decorated, and   tlie   floor and  music   were   excellent.       At  midnight   a" most   tasty   supper    was  served, including the choicest fresh  California   fruits.    No   pains   xvcic  spared by    the'host, Mr. Burtot., to  make lhe dance  a   success,   and   it  was the oornoii of every guest that  a more pleasant social evening had  never   1-oeu   spent   in   the district.  The hall  is rrow open to the public and may be rented for entertainments, meetings, etc., al reasonable  rates.  \sr ���"���    .     4  \ilK\l vvvl  Rooms and Beds  Best Liquors and Cigars  circa*, 1  Frt-sh fruits and vegetables arrive  mi everx- steamer   for IC. L. Pillman  MORTGAGEES'   SALE.  THE   GOLD,HOUSE��  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Month.  AMERICAN    AND    EUROPEAN    PLAN'.  .1. Li-.ATin-.iiDAi.r,. Proprietor.  "Ts-J-v^n   Tr~*,-"/-iQ " ^'!,e' new "our-llorse Snr.itoqo leaves liiis Hotel at:  ���UlXGll   DiOb. swi.m.. II. 30 a.m. ami 3 o'clock for Atlin.  JIMMY REGAN  Nexv and Second   Hand  Tin and Granite Ware. I run. Steel, Picks, Shovels and  I'lacksiuit h's  Coal, (limit I'oxv.ler, Caps, l-'iise and Yukon Stoves.  - (ioofls   iiou.'ilit   Solil   mill   Lxcliiii-qefl.  7" TT  r  ���7  1,  p.. C. H.t.vkiiis.  W.  P. & V Rv.,  manager  o.  , sis   in   town  tin  Ins !  lyplTlOl*    is   i.ereby   iriveu   that  liuildiutrs  ! "*        pla- f. miichi'iery itiifl   stock   iutradcof  ..   . the Atlin   UrexxiiifT Co.. A t lin, H. C. nnd uuxv  week.       Il IS grat.lying to learn  lliat | ,,,, ,ind about the   liivxxi.-ry   premises, will In-  ill future all   supplies for lliu Scotia j<"1''��' *-"ll,,i,: 'i'"-'*"'' " -''>(<"'la.v. July nth.  'lil.il.at   ��.1   o'clock   in    the   forenoon, at the  and   Gleaner will be   purchased in ' |'���.,..,V,.,.V p-.-enii.ifs.  Atlin iusie.nl of at White Horse.       ! " w- pollvrd (jrant.  , ,       f Solicitor lor Mortgiatrres. ���  For floor oil-cloMi and   hou*;:-hu-     -    -   ���-------  ,    ;    ,.           ,,   ,.                                                NOT ICE. ,  ing see j . .-v. 1'laser ec Lo.    Headquarters    i"o'"     ���"  PlliUlU"! &   Lo S. called for in 30 flays, xvill  bo -soliLtn pay for  On'Thursday   next   the   dosing  exercises,  and    examination of the  .    .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND,    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  NoisTllKlsN   I'lOTlCL   P.ril.IHNC,,    IMI'ST   STKIxIxT.  (l i*:. ii.. vks.  Its  .1. (i. ColfN'I'.l.l..  m  iirc-works    at j "jVIOTICii is. htirehy   jriven   tliut ail Im-r-ra-rc  , 7 " ���     sored in my  premises in Atlin, 1). C. not  call.,  stfiraKB cliai-ircy and the prrblication   of this.  not ice. J'MM IE UIAt;<\K;',  J urn* :i:!iid. rvi.il. ' "* '    ,  Discovery.  OPEN  DAY  AND NIGHT.  FI RST-C LASS RlC ST AIIR A NT  ���m ' ���';.���?'.  CONNECTION.  ��� lljei.d.iu.M-.i-i;-. I'fir liiil.i.iii'i; & Pari���>'���.'.'�� i-1"-'"  DISCOV1CRY, B. C.  Fir.est'ol" liquors.      Good .-"tabling,  I'll. Sands, Proprietor.  PATHS  PARKER SHOP  ���|\ 1,1 NI" Prop.  Koxv occupy their nexv  iiuarters next  to the Kuuk of II. *x". A.. 1'irnt Street.  The bntti rooms aro eiiuall.v aa [rood as fount'  i ���:   f-ities.    I'rivnte   l-'.itt riiu.-i- f.iy l.i\fl*e^,  -"���^^'^^���^^^'^���^^'������-���������.^^^  "������*t**M*Al***>ty*r*'  -<*<V^^..ttSJTW^ tst&\ N-Tvi-V-


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