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The Atlin Claim 1902-06-21

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 VOI,.   6.  ATI.TX, 13. C, SATURDAY,   JUXK ai,    1002.  NO.   153.  Ouk Die*.  S H O  E  SALE  Js  We  We  now     on. We   have   Hk:   largest Stock/if I,adies'r Men's and  Children's Shoes in  Allin, and in  most any style you desire,  liave marked every line   ' * ' ,  BSOWN . TO   &OST      ������'  Why nay -'6.00, ^6.50 or $7.00  lor tlio sume Shoe yon can gel  Imiu  us for ��4.00 or $4.50.  Hoys' $2.75 and  $3.00 t'-lnves wc have marked al Sr.50.  Call and look over our Shoe, Counter and be convinced.  ire offering you Snaps.- -Qui" space is limited to go iulo particulars,  sufficient thai  we rue going out ol" the Shoe liu'-'.iness  and we offer yiii  the  best  Goods at 25  pi:r cent below Coast rFi ices. >  ���OT       ���.   /"^""^T^rfprp  "  ��)_    /"^/"Y-  *  The Canadian, Bank. of^Coisiinerce. "-  CAPITAL     PAID    VV    !-,$.. 000,000.  Branches of the Bank at scat tie. ���' ' t  San Francisco, . .  Portland,  Skagway, etc.  r Ex(2$rs3?3aj& so/ci ��>& a/J Posssts.'  Harry "Kenning Dies By His  Own Hand.  Cut His^ Throut With a Pocket  KuiCo ancl Was Dead When  Found.  ,0NG'LIVE Tllfe KING.  <��� 1 *  Discovery's    Recognition    of  , the   Coronation.    ,  Gold Dust Pukciiasici*���Assay Oi-rrci' ix Connicction.  - j. S.'"MUNRO, Manager.  S   SCHOLZ5  Wholesale   ancl    Retail     Butcher,  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN,   B.C.  GROCERIES   OF    ALL    KINDS,   also  FRUIT   AND   VEGETABLS,   on   all     Fast   Boats  EGGS    -    BUTTER,   Canned   and    Fresh     -    CHEESE   -   LOWNEY'S  CANDY   --   Superior   Candy   &   Cracker  Co.'s Goods,   Full   Line.  HAY   AND   OATS  Wholesale.    &    Retail  The  Btfn-f-ifeJA   f*i  Send us your Mail Orders.  SKAGWAY,  Alaska.  ionw mmtf mi Rtttaurani  .STKClAI.TflxS   IN"  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc*  Chas.  Mvi'iu, Proprietor.  Good It..om-, It.  Ucnt--Hy llii* D.iy, Wuuli in* Montli a:  rcnsijimlilu rules.  Shelf and Heavy  Ji  Hardware,  Acme (Iluli 11111I Grniiiiio Hockey .''liut"-.     Men's   Hull'Soles :iml Slioe Nails. Henry  Dislon A. Son's Saxxs. Wimlnxx -, Pool*-., (Iliiss mill Puttry, ele., etc.  Full Line of Winchester--Black & Smokeless-���Rifle & Shotgun  .    Ciii'triclg'es.  Goixls   iluui|iil   Sold   ..ml   l.'\cliiiii(|t>(l.  I-Iarry Mennin'g, who was committed ' fur trial on October'14th  last for attempted murder, com-  initcd suicide tiiisafternoon,between  the liouis' of '4.30 and 6 o'clock'.  He h'rfd;by some means, procured,a  pocket knife���identified as the property of Constable Heal���and with  this he cut his throat and' bled to  death. When found in his cell,  ai" a ho ul t; o'clock he was dead.  A Cor'.ner's "Jury v.';*s empan-  ueled arid an uuMic.-t was Irclcl at 8  p.m. thi*- evening. The following  is the personnel ol" the jury i*-" a-s  follows: Dr. II. JC1 Young, Foreman, J. Ki Shirley; J. Williams, K.  Pr Queen,* J. D. Lumsden, IC. I,.  Pillman, R. 13. Dixon, 'L. Schulz,  IC. L, Burdetle,-A. S.- Cross and J.  Kirkland. After being duly sworn  the Jury viewed the body, and upon the examination of Constables  Heal, Owen and Lawrence, tlie inquest was adjourned till Monday'at  7.30 p.m.  -'  A Dig1 Celebration Next Saturday'  '    *'���  -���"Sports, of  all Kinds the  ���    Order of the Day.  iSii'PER'TON..'  The   White  Pass Company's  Concession.  Offer to Ship Ore From Atlin to  Taeoma Wharf for $5.50  rser ton.  The = Bank = of = British = North = America  Kstubllslii'il in INK).    Incorporated li.x.llo.xnl tjliiirlor.  --<���*>��  'flic Atlin   branch of   this Hank   is being closed.      Depositors arc  re:-nested lo withdraw their balances.  D.   SIMPSON',  Assistant   I I'spcvlor.   �����<���>* .   Safes,  Assay  Plant,   Bank Fixtures  and  Household  Furniture  for   Sale.  Dr. F. P. Scharschmidt, Supt. of  the ��>. Y. N. Co.. was a visitor to  Atlin this week. A consultation  was had with him by a deputatic.11,  representing the milling and business interests ol" the community, in  'the matter of transportation of ore  from Atlin to" the smelters of the  Coast.  The rale previously existing" has  been $ji.co_ per ton to Taeoma.  Very few of tlie quartz, properties  opened out could stand this rate,  with mining, other local charges  and treatment. As an inducement  to owners of quart-', properties,  Supt. Scharschmidt was prepared  to recommend to his Company a  rate of 55.50 per ton, sacked, in  car load lots, from Atlin to Taeoma  wharf. The freight to be prepaid.  As a further inducement Dr. .Scharschmidt sttggeslcd that when any  properly was in a position to make  regular shipments, the Company  would be prepared to make an even  better rale.  The reduction, as above stated,  should be fully appreciated by  everyone interested iu quaity. mill  ing in the diatiicl. The disposition is here shown that lhe White  Pa-s I'c.-muuny is not only willing  but anxious to aid miners in the  development of the country.  In honour of the King" a clay of  merriment will be held in Discovery  on Saturday - next, 2SU1 ' inst, at  which'tire local spoits and-athletes  will have -ample opportunity to  prove their strength and endurance.  A splendid programme has been arranged and the Committee is sparing no effoil. lor the success which  the occasion deserves." A very big  delegation from Atlin and from the  creeks, it is' expected, will Ire present, and as our Discovery friends  have always' shown themselves lo  b2 excellent hosts, a cordial wel- .  come will doubtless' be extended lo  all. The following is tlie detail of  the day's events?  OFFICERS   OF   THE   DAY.  President : -Mr.' '". T. Ulun'eh.  Vice-President:" Air.   G. A. ItraekcU,  Judges: Mes.srs. 11. li.  Ward, Geo.   A.   Ixcrr  ���mid It. A.' l.unil.i-.r.t.  Starters : Messrs' ,T.~M.   Itufluer und  11.  A.  Juekson.- .  Clerks, of Cour-ei".Messrs. Wultpr Oxven ami  \V. J. Stockniid.  Socy.-Treas.: -H. 15. liroxxn.  Time Keeper: 1'riinU Krecze,  PROGRAMME   OF   SPORTS.  11 a.m. Okation, Kexr. K. Tiirliiiij;toii  at tlio  1 loyal Motel.  1J.3H.'Puttiiisr llill) shot:  1st prize, $7.5'), 211(1  5,2.51).   Near the Pino Tree Hotel.  10.IS. Putting ."-till) xxeiurlit; $7.50: $2..*>0.   Pino  Tree Hotel.  11. Kutiiiiiijr J.oiifr Jump;   S7.50: *>2.5(i,    11. C.  Hotel.  11.ID. [lop Step ami Jump; S7..W: $2.">!i.    H. (;.  Hotel.  ri.:il. Pole Vault: V*..VJ: $2.50. Niitr-ret   Hotel.  12. .'.0-y.ir.l  Minor-?'   Pack   Unci*:   $7.50: >2..'ili.  Xiijisiet Hotel. (  12 l"i. Sack Unco, Xu��*jot to Gold Pun: S7.50:'  ���s2.ri�� ,  12.S,1. Ui Mile, open, frorii Pino Tree to Trx'iiijj:  5-7,511: i2.7)V.  'I'u.xr* KiiooTiNd. on  the' ['"ootlmll   Grouiiils; "  $'��i:  i'l'i.   '  2 p.m. Wlieel-liarroxx- Kaoe, Irving to Piilnun  ������S7.."i'l: S2.."in.  2.'.YJ. Ladies'   Spoon   Race,    Palace   to   Gold  House; Xiij^et Pin.  2.1.-). Miners' Jliifli   Jump:   ?7.5!l:   .s2.."ill.   Gold  Pan Inn.  I!. Horse Kace, Pine Tree to Irving'-; -?2"i.  ;i.*JJ. Tin*: of Win*; $10: ��2!).    Piiluee.  I., Drilling Contest: .?I0: :?20.    Gold House.  l.SJ. Punniiiis* Contest: $7,511; .s2..'i().   Gold Pan  inn.  .'.. Khlynr.l I'oot Knee, Gold Pan to   Xiiffiiel:  .s7.nil; .s2.50.  B. 15. Ilu.x-s' K*u;e, ll.O. to Pino Tree: .*.'!: Sl.5'1.  .ri."ll. Ilirli Jump, open: $7.5:): $2,511.   rrviuir.  II. Miners':i-!e*^*s'ed Knee, Irving to Gold Ho.;  y7.5.1: $2.5D.  Throe    Kntrics   iu all   Knees or. no !?.-coin"  Prize.  Trap Sliootiu;; Contest nt Clay Piiri'iiiiw,  Upon to all. Kntralieu Kee, $2.00. Ixaeli  Compelitor must slioot nt 21) birds. Vai.eou-  vor (iiiu'Cliili rules to govui'ii.  Grand Ball in the Evening* at  McDonald's Hall.  'An lCxciirsion will be given ci��  tlie Scotia on Dominion Day, July  Tst, to the Olacier. A more delightful trip for the first of the season, could not have been chosen,  while the fare, $1.00, is within the  reach of all. Don't forget the dale,  Tuesday, July ist, at io o'clock.  1 i  f fi  ���I  .1  ' -H1  ' -'I  ���'I  71  li  ''1  'i  '*!  '������My  \ \  WmMm^mmmmmmmm-mmmmmMmmm ATLTN,  B.C.. SATURDAY, JUXE 21,   1902.  *'i;  ���f  h  ���,-s-  The Atlin Claim.  PiiIiIlsIii-iI ' every    Saturday, moi-niiit*;   l.v  T'.ir. Ati.in Cii.xi.xi   I'liiu.ifiiiNii Co.  A.C. llnise-iif Kl.ti. Kiii'loli.  I). Toni) I.khs,' Su'li-I'iliror.  Ollice of niililientiuii l'i-ni-1 S'��� A'lin. li. C.  Advertisint*;' Hates:    $1.00    per  iueli. eacli  insertion.   Itcudiu*-; notices. 25   cents a line.  "Special (,'otitriict  Kales' ou I'pp'lcatioii.  Tlie subscription price is $5 n year, payable in advance. No p xper xvill lie delivered  unless this coiiditiiui is comiilie.l xx'itli.  Satuk dav, Ji;nk 21, 1902.  T :'���: mailer of hydraulic leaseholds  ir this district has occupied the  ���..UMiliun from time to lime of,the  Lhe Government at Victoria during  , the present session, and the following letter,' addressed to leaseholder:"  by the" Gold-Commissioner, ar.d  bearing date -of 15th inst, will  doubtless be of interest to the miners  ol" the district, as tending to show  that the authorities do not altogether disregard tire voice of the  people:    , ' ���    ,  Sir: ��� Please note that unless  good and valid reasons' be shewn  to the contrary before "the 25th  day of June next, I shall report,  under the provisions of Sections  92 and 99 of the " Placer Mining  Act," to the Honourable the Miu-*  ister of Mines, the fact of your  having failed to comply with th<?  conditions under which the under-mentioned Hydraulic Mining  Lease was authorized to l>e issued  to you.  The name and location of the  lease was then specifiied, together  with any delinquency in rentals or  failure to do assessment work.  It is a well tknowu fact that out  of-the several hundred leases which  have been issued but upon very few  has the effort been made to comply  with the conditions of issuance  The Government is desirous of  ascertaining, through the medium  ot this circular letter, where good  faith has really l>een shown on the  part of leaseholders, arrd exactly  where leases were taken up for  ' speculative purposes.  The outcome will iro doubt be  to clear from the books a number of , leaseholders ��� whose names  should never have been there.  PROFITABLE FLUM  Miners    on   Spruce   Making  Money from Tailings.  Jottings From the Creek ��� Rain's  Cause Floods   and Washouts  ��� ���A Combination.  Ki*.k another week's issue one of  greatest historical events iu our day  will have been recorded irr the annals of the British Umpire : the  Coronation ol" Edward VII., King  of Great Britain aud Ireland, ICm-  neior ol" India and Ruler of the  Jiriiish Dependencies across the  Seas..     In   London on   Thursday  J Carl y in the summer it Was noted  in these columns thai a number of  the miners on Spruce creek, between 100 and r ro below discovery  on that creek", had combined to put  in a flume to carry off the tailings  from the claims upon which work  was l>eiiig done. Under Ihesuper-  visiou of Muirhead I3ros., owners of  No. 101, a Hume of about -400 feet  was constructed, provided with riffles. . A cleanup was made last  week and-the suni of ,.$320 taken  out, including a 4j/ ounce nugget.  This is a pretty strong indication  of the loss-of gold by individual  miners arrd the .necessity ol taking  greater precautions for the future.  Muirhead & Co. are to be congratulated 011 their foresight, and  the prospects for the season irr this  "side issue" look very good.  Mr. Marquis orr 88 below on  Spruce creek, on account of his recent accident, has "retired from  active work aird has let his claim  on a lay for the season.  The recent heavy rains have  retarded the work of. development  on Spruce by freshets coming down.  DeWitt has got to work' on. his  ground, above discovery. He expects the representative of Chicago  capitalists in- shortly to look over  his property.  Satisfactory progress rs reported  from the Columbia Hydraulic Co.  The individual miners immediately below the Blue Canyon are  making a drain ditch, some 1600  feet long, with the view of obtaining drainage to bedrock on each  claim through ��� which , it will pass.  This combination is certain to  prove of immense benefit to the  owners in the development of this  valuable section of the creek".  Mining,   Pumping & Sluicing Machinery,  Centrifugal Sand, Gravel  Dredging Pumps.  &  o  HYDRAULIC   DERRICKS ��� From 3 to, ro tons liftiu  ' HAND    POWER    DERRICKS   of 1 ��� to   2 'tons  HYDRAULIC    GRAVEL    ELEVATORS,      '      -  g capacity,  lifting capacity,  The Joshua Hendy Machine Works.  Nos.  38 to 44 I'kkmont Strj*:i*:t,  SAN , FRANCISCO,   CAL.  Write for prices, circulars and catalogues, or call on  A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C  Aflin Lake Lumber Co.  A. C. HIRSCHFELD       -       -       Manager.  Lumbering   in   all   its   Branches*  Mills at Ati.ix, li. C.  Branch Or'r'ici'* at Discover y  THE ROYAL tlOTEL,  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  This   New   and 'Commodious   Hotel was opened to the Public,  April  ' iGth, j901.~~lCveryt.hing irr it is New.���Strictly First Class.  , CHOICES! WINLS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.        *-  Sluicing operations have commenced on the Blue Canyon property, under Jack Letherclale's  supervision. Several .men are employed.  'TpO make room for large Spring importations, I have decided to undersell Cut Rates already Advertised, .and, iir  addition, quote  the   following prices:  Alert Bay Salmon, per doz  Worcester Sauce        ,,  Simco Jam, 5-lb pail  Ev. Apples,  5 lbs  Apricots ,,  Peaches ,,  Moccasins,  $2.00 per   pair.     Felt  Overshoes   &   Manitoba   Arctics,  Ladies' & Children's Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods, etc., etc., at cost.  Crosse & Blackwell's Jams aud Marmalades nnd all other Goods  Reduced  10 to 20 per cent.  .All Goods Warranted and if not Satisfactory Money Returned.  $2:50  Pears               ���,  75  3.00  Cooking Figs,,  *  65  90  Sugar, S lbs  1.00  1.00  Cheese, per lb  25  1.00  Lubeck Sliced Potatoes,  per lb  30  65  Ham and Bacon, per  lb'  25  Ml. F �� I e ij<  �����o*j����*tK.***:>-*m>a*o^  ,t  THE    KOOTENAY .HOTEL.  Joined the Benedicts.  The- Vancouver papers of .'.oth  inst contain lengthy accounts of  the wedding of Miss Marguerite  ICthel, youngest daughter of Mr.  and Mrs. Jonathan Miller, Vanillic" Friday of next week, a pageant, j co-aver, to   Mr.   A.   C.   Hirschfeld,  George E. Hayes, Proprietor  Cor.  Kir.st ami Tkainor Strkkts,  This Kii-nt Clans Motel lias l.eeu remodeled and refiu-iiishcil throughout  and offers the l.est accommodation to Transient or I'crmnncut  ("nests.��� American and r'uropcnii plan.  Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars*  ���  Billiards   arid   Pool. ^  ���aW*��o:**Kt*-K'-sV':'*sK��*D.^  rivalling in splendour anything  ever before seen, will be celebrated,  livery civilized .'nation will be represented. The coronation ceremonies are, to be after the model of  that of King William- III. and  Queen Mary, in 1689, and. will be  the most "magnificent, revival of  archaic, but picturesque, mediaeval  splendour the world has ever seen."  Dlscovkky will next Saturday  be the scene of the double celebration, The Coronation aud Dominion Day, and from all indications  it will lie an immense success.  Editor and Proprietor of the Ati.in  Claim. The event took place in  St. James Church, the Rev. H.  G. ���Fietines-Clihton, Rector, and J.  "Antle, (^Rector of Holy Trinity,  Vancouver) officiating, orr .Tires.,  roth inst, and .was a brilliant social  affair. After a reception at the  home of the bride's parents/the  happy couple left for San Francisco  on their honeymoon. They will  return to Atlin irr a few weeks.  THE  AND  IIOTEL  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS MANNER. 7  French   Restaurant in   Connection*  David Hastik,   Pkoi'Riictok.  Corner of First and Discovery Streets.  Cheap Labour in B. C. Mines.  From a recant issue ofthe'B.C.  TH E   OO LD    HO USE,  DISCOVERY,   B.'C.  O. W. Joiinwton. Milliliter.  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.   -..JM ATLIN,    B.C.;    SATURDAY,  JUNE 21,   1902.  M  \t/p  can -give- You   as Good Value for your, CASH as Groceries,  PrOVlSIOriS, etC��  TT ^*    . any House in Town..  it . and  see.  us  Giant*   Powder   ori   hand.  fll  Review, published in London,'an  Old Country view pf the expulsion  of Japanese laborers from Atlin is  thus expressed :  "The recent action ol" ihc miners  til the Alliu diggings in refusing lo  permit the employment ol" Japanese  labor in that district appears lo be  regarded by the local press as a  triumph for lhe working man and a  benefit lo lhe Province al large,  and from this view we entirely differ. Iu a populous country, and  one i'i which the natural resources  are being largeh-1 developed,, alicrr  labour may be wisely prohibited,  but iu a spuTscly populated, and almost wholly undeveloped country-*)-  such as liritish Columbia, the  white labourer is adversely affecting his future interests by his foolish policy. The greater the de-  ' velopment of the natural wealth  '*- the greater will be the opportunities  for self-advancement, arrd the higher will be tbe'stairdard of-comfort.  Taking" Alliu as au example',' al-  ��� though our remarks will apply to  the whole Province, we find a  highly auriferous territory, the development of which would provide  employment for at least ten limes  the present population. .Such employment is not immediately open,  because the necessary capital is not  forthcoming, arid not unless and  , until the capital at present invested  iu that district is returning satisfactory profits is there tire least probability of further development on  a large scale.  The cost of supplies of all kinds  being high, the wages demanded  by while labour is irr proportion,  and it has not yet been satisfactorily  proved that the ground is rich  enough to stand these heavy  charges and return a satisfactory  profit on the capital employed. It  is therefore lo the advantage of  everyone cor.cerned that unskilled  labour should be obtained at a  lower cost, aud an attempt was  made to introduce Japanese. These  men would do the work requiring  no experience or skill, wh'cli would  allow the companies . to open up  their properties arrd afford employment to a number ol" skilled miners  and white foremen to superintend  the unskilled labourers. By preventing this the companies will  have to employ white workmen at  a far higher scale pf wages, which  will prevent them opening up tlieir  propcrties as economically as they  would otherwise have been enabled  to, and in the event ol" the result  being discouraging, the work would  doubtless be closed down, to the  detriment of the whole district.  Another point lo lie remembered is  that Japanese or other aliens [who  cannot read and write in English]  are unable lo stake claims in this  district, and thus enter into unequal  competition with the Canadian  miners, whose additional skill and  labour value should enable Ihein lo  earn sufficient wages to employ  Japanese  themselves  on their own  claims.  ' ��� , ' ��� ���  r     l-'OH  and Grape  Rings  And All Kinds of 'Jewellery Manufactured' on the Premises.  Ol-  Alaska,   Yukon  ���������   Northern   B.  and  C.  1'HO.ll  Skagway to Atlin & Dawson  GO   TO  Why send out when you can get goods as cheap here?  WatcSies From $5 up*   Fine Line of Souvenir Spoons*\  JULES'. EOfiERT & SON, The Swiss Watch makers.  NOTICE.  HI PSCli FEED'S  j:  Pellew-Harvey, Bryant 'Sc Gilman  Provincial Assayers  Hie Vancouver Assay Office, Established IS90.  W.   WALLACE   GRIME   &   CO.,  Agents. (  Larjje or Small .Samples forxvarded for Assay.  NOTICE*  ���RJDTrCIS is hereby six-en that Thirty days  from date I' intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner oT Lauds and Works'for a  special licence to cut and carry axxay timber  from th.;" folloxviiii' described land: Commencing at a post, marked " Ii. Ridd's N. li.  corner post," xvhich is situated ou .Moose  Greek ��� about half ariiile from its mouth ���  Atlin lake, and ruiinitijr S. 2 miles, theuee W.  half a mile, thence N. 2 miles, thence li. half  a mile to point ol*commencement. routuiuiu-j:  til') ueres. '"    li. ftinn,  ,    ,     ,-  -.      ..    Tlie Arlit. Lake. Lumber Co.  ' Atlin. H. C Juno 111, 1IKI2 je-21-lt  COAL   PROSPECTING   LICENCES  "fVjfOTlCri is hereby irix-en that after HO days  from date. I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for u Licence to^proapect Tor coal 0:1 the folloxxinfj;  described lands-  Ou the north si.In of the Tahltan Kiver,  about 111 miles from Telegraph creek, crni-  nieueiiii; at a post planted about I miles  from the mouth of the rix-cr marked " I). G.  Stewart's, S. W. corner: thence SI) chains  "north, theuee��0 chains east: theuee SI) chains  sorrth : thence 80 chains xxest to point of coin-  'liencemeut. containiu;-- l>40 acres, more or  less. 11. G, Stexvurt.  Located MaySth. l!r|.2.    '  The Le lvoy, Ltd., Liu., .Minim; Cun.puny,  oxv.nin*,' the' Li: Itiiv, Hon Tail, IIi.ack  Jack, lie rn:,   Imaiii.i.IjA,   Idaho, Li*.<:.xi,  Tl-lNIIKII.    and      I.1TTI.K    J(IK       l-'llACTION  " .Mineral Claim'.,  situated   in   Kuiiiy llol-  loiv. Chilkat'.Miiiiujr Division of Cassiar  Ilistrict, li. C. ''  To P,ARNAKI>   ROY1.   ou Othkii lilri Aiikst  ou Atii'.NTS :  T the undersi*>'ned Jos, W; Smith, part  " oxxnei* of the aliove-uaineil mineral  claims, hereby irivo notice "to the above-  named Ixarnard Ho.vl or other his Ajrent or  Aleuts, Hint ( do hereby" request the said  Hiirnard Hoyl or other his Afront or Agents  to contribute his share of the assessment  xvorlt done on the said claims, viz.:- one  year's assessment xvork. from July, 15)01 to  July, 11102, an.ou..ti..-.' to the hum of $1',!). 10.  Unless the said amount be paid to mc on or  before the 7th day of September next I shall  proceed, under and by virtue of the powers  conferred by Section 4 of the Mineral  Amendment Act, WOO, repealing Section 11  of Cap.'l.'i of the Statutes of ISilil.-  Jos. W. Smith.  Ky Jno. P. Lindsay,   .  _-Atty.-in-l'act,  .Atlin, I!. C, June 7th, 11102. ,       :1m  NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS  First  Glass  Bicycle Livery & Repair Shop  RATES   REASONABLE.      '  First Street, Atlin, B. C.  W. E. Haddon, Mgr.  "TVrOTlCIi is hereby jriven that after:��) days  from dute 1 intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lauds- arid Works for-a Licence to prospeet for ctnal on the following*-  described hunk;  Ou the north uud south sides of the Tulil-  tuti Kiver, comnieiiciiiir at n. |x��st marked  "A. K. Mcllonald's S. K. Corner, thence b()  chains north; I hence Ml chains xvest: thence  SO chains south: thence M) chains oast to  point of commencement, containing ti 10  acres, more or less. A. K. McDonald.  Located MaySth. Ifl()2,  Finest East of Mountain  H A V  Kor Sale in Large or Small Bales  $76.00 per ton.  Apply to-  W.   A.   ANDERSON,  Cariboo   Crossing,   Y. T.  KJOTlCIi is hereby niveu that after'Ml days  from date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner oT I.anils and Works for a Licence to prospect for coal 011 the folloxx iriir  described lauds:  On the north side of the Tahltan Kiver,  couimeiiciuir at a post marked "Murdoek  McKay's X. W. corner post, thence (SO chains  east: thenco SO chains south; thence SO chains  xvest: thence SO chains north to point of commencement, coutiiiiiiiiK CIO acres, moro or  less. Murdoek McKay.  Located MaySth, 11)02.  TSJOTlCli is-liereby (riven that after HO days  from date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Limits and Works for a Licence to prospect for coal on the iolloxvine;  descriheil lauds:  On the north and south sides of the Tahltan Kiver. eomnieiieiu*jr at a post marked  "J. A. Kruser's N. li. corner, thence Sllchnins  xvest: thence SO chains south: theuee SO  chains-east: theuee SO chains north to point  of commencement, corit','n*iii*4-��'l() acres more  or loss. ,J. a . Eraser.  Located MaySth, 111112.  For Oranges  ami the very finest  butter go to McDonald's Grocery.  J Tall  STEVENS RIFLES AND PISTOLS |  '"ARC CUAFKsNTEEO TO BE  -SAFE, "HUMBLE AUD MCUBATE.  THE FAVORITE RBFIEJ  is an acenrate rifle and puts every shot  where you hold it.   Weight 4* pounds.  Made in three calibers���.82, .25 and 32  Kirn Fire.  price:  No. 17, Plain Sights,    .    .   $8.25  No. 18, Target Sights, .    .     *L25  Where these rifles are not carried ia  I stock by dealers wc will send, express  prepaid on receipt of price. Send stamp  'for   catalog   describing complete  line  and containing valuable information to  I shooters.  The J. Stevebs Arms md Tool Co.  I P. 0. Box CHIC0PEE FALLS, MASS.  Copies ot the new Placer Act of  ujor, consolidated with the Acts of  rSoS and rSgg, for sale al the  Claim Office. 7  ATLIN,    HliNNIiTT   AM)    CHILKAT   MINING       "DIVISIONS        OK       CASSIAR  ELECTORAL    DISTRICT:  AJOTICK.is herehy sixen   that  a  Court  of  Revision  xxill   be   held   at     the    Court  House, Atlin,  ou   .Monday,  the   seventh  iluy  of July, A. I)., J!l.i2, at the hour of ten o'clock:  in the forenoon, for the purpose of  hearinji  and   determininu   un.x   and    all     objections  a-jaiust  the retention of any name or names  on the Register of Voters for the Atlin, I'eu-  nett and Chilkat Mining Divisionsrof Cassiar  Electoral  District.���[HI Vie., e. f>7, Suh-s. (f), a  IL] ��� ,1. I). CJhaha.v,  ���< Collector of Votes.  Atlin,  II. C, April '.'Uth. 11)02.  niyS-r.Od, - -  Frank, Mobley,  Taxiderm ist,  ATLIN,    B.C.  Furs and Skins dressed���Birds and  Animals stuffed.  Prices can   be obtained upon application lO A.  C HlKSCIII'KI.Dj  Specimens  on   exhibition   arrd   for  sale at the Claim Office.  O. F>. N.'.Co.  ALASKA   ROUTE  SAILINGS.   The   following sailings  are  announced  for  the mouth of June���  Leaving Skagway at 6 p.m.,  or on  arrival of train:  June 10.  ,. 16.  ,,     20.  ..    3��-  Pkinckss May,  Amur  Princkss May,  do  For further information, apply or  write to        H. B. Dunn, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska.   .  ATLIN FISH MARKET  -A. IlliUNir-ii. Proprietor.  Fresh Fish Alwavs on Hand  Hydraulic and Other Companies  Supplied at Wholesale Rates.  THIv  Kootenay Restaurant  Is   Mow  Open.  Miss Lynaugii, Prop,  The   Table  will always be  provided  with the best the Market affords,  VV., WALLACE  GRIME  &  Co.,  Notaries Public.  Third Street, Atlin B. C.  MINING BROKCKS & COMMISSION AotNfS.  Fire    &    Accident    Insurance.  AGKNTS    1'OU  PELLEW-H.".l*VEY   &   CO,   Assayer*.  M!fl '■V:'l
I fir?
: Church, <!l;KiiR'liiud*. 7    ;:        ..■'■...."■'.     7 ■     7'
;'••: St. 1! a i-1 iii's Cliiircli, coi-.Thu-d .ami Trniii.-
" oi-Vstreels.   Sunday services; ^liiiins at   II 'iu
vni.',vliv,-.iisoii;*: 7::iil ivrn.- (.'eleliriition of.-.llply
.Coiiinuuiioii,  Ist ;Su|idi...v iu encti nioutli n-.id
on .Special  oi'ciisioiis. ; Sunday ,.School,  Sunday nt   :'.   i).' in."  .Commit!s<*'" Mopl'in's's,'   1st
. Thursday in.eaeh month;       ..■���,;.:■.'.7.7.7 v .7 v   '
VV v.; ,.7.7       .;■■■■ Rex-.,!-'.' IV. Stephenson, Uectbr'.
'v-jSti : Aiidrexv'sv 'l're.sbyleriaxi  Cliiircli  hold
serx'ices iii    tlib",'CJIiui'cli  oii ' Second: Streel.
^Mortiiu.-r, si-rx-icevnt II. i-yi'iiiiij*; service .7:'!')
:-7.iiiiIiiy School nt tiii-'.cl.isc ol" the' moriiinj;'
s.-i-xi'"-.'' i;ev.7,/.71'u«7il; vAlinister.:?: Free
It.-.-i.Ii..-;- I'iioiii; to.xx'iii.ili all arOiXvelcomci '..!„■■
777. 7 70i:i??co*igral'ulations77,'i"-id7'best
7 v?:Avis!ies?'a]'^
7 :MTs7A7C7;Hirsir(el(l, .-■■■dhd'^'may'-a:
'??7vpure.^It,is sokl?in!a
?•:,?. ■ ?7pb;'to ?Currrniiiigs;& ;Rie!uirdson
;:?7lor?Gold7 Seal 7-Hi 1?;■'•Guin, ■ Boots,
:7;;?7'7,7?Miv;Caplice?'of;;AIonta:ila,v\ylio is
? viirteres'ted'in'-the Lavierdiere'copper.
; ?7 :■')a k <2? arrIved ?vlast 7'Sui'iday;'"'■ to see
■'.".; 7? 7hd;w;thirrgs are' looking.'■■.■■/. ?7?r??v?''
V7??:;ctip;-pf Blue:7.:Rii)l-oir:.-Tea ;-than?i'n 71.
7? ?.gailou:6f most/beverages.?-v?v 7v?,-^ .,;
77?77 7Hduse7li-ib^
:? ,' ?A. ..Eraser; &?C6.v,,        7?.?.??..??',?:
7???.7;Eufrrislred?i-oc>ins t^vrerit-^-apply;
7?7???:7;T3r?7Mitcliel7retnrned? •tinsviiioni-'
7?77;Lug:,frbm::'ri:'yisit to .ll<ecoast.v.v v?777f
K7,-7.r7f,WiiMr.paper7at :Erasei7&?Cp.v:.vvTr:,.;
7 ??? ?: vMK^"W?TaSd6r,v;acconrpa!vied"by.
' 7 his: wife? came: in this morn ing from
?7 :;Vaucouvers7?7 ?-/.'77?7' 7777:;7:?":'
.?'?■'■-Fresh? lK*'wne}'^ ?aud7Gaudhg's.
.? Chocolates at Dockrill & Bourne'sr
.,???'   •Walter Smith, of'?the?G.qld-Com-'
niiss'ioners   Office ; Iras vbeentraris-
i'eired'to?.tlre '^Government Office at
, 7 Porcupine.?7 ;v7:.7v.:.;-:v
?Plaeer Act? :i90(,.consolidated,:
?v: for sale at this office...7. 7,: 7  v
7 Last 'week's heayy flood .;'did;con-'
?' • s-iderable'-damage on Boulder creek.
.7   The Socrete-Miriiere did not escape
V:7 the:freshet?arid  it,■will?'take'a-:few
7 I daysto get rid of ?the  debris .piled
up by-the vsuddeii vrtrsli of waters.
This c.ompany.has.;l>eeirmaking an
"?. 7excel!erit7showiHg,7wpi;kiiig three
-   -: shifts-, vv and;- the-present   setback,:
even  though..momentary,: is. to be
: ":-regretted.' 7. 7 7 .:? :'7?/V ■ '
? 'Agen's   specially   selected fresh
much ,eggs — McDonald''si Grocery.
Backnumbers ',' of 'the.'■'Ati.in
7. ■'Claim .'can.always  lie.'.had  at  the
Ci.Ai.vr office,.,price '15 cents. . r
Miss Tugwell, of Log Gabiir, arrived on .Tuesday's boat,"on a visit
to. her friendvMrs.7A. R. McDonald
of Discovery.
;ser & Co. received yesterday morning a large ; consignment  of Giant
Powder,   which   will   be   sold   in
<j*ua.itlities to suit.
The raffle for a Ladies* Bicycle'
will take- place this evening at S.30,
at Haddon & Sageman's- Cicylery.
Divine Service will be held ou
Thursday morning next,.2,6th inst,
in St. Martin's 'Church, at 11 o'clock, to commemorate the Coronation.
Don't forget  the  Grand  Excursion to lire-Glacier   cm ■ Dominion
1 Uay.
?A? .S'aHiis'f actor ^Cfcanfiip?
lhc-secoud?'pai:li;rl ?c.le.in i:p: resulted
is tiie' o.iiIconic 6T.!'.5T7ih'our'.s..;.."pipiiig;':.
aiidAva;; takeir, froin:,,the twparpper:
boxes. vvUp ?to -last ?Saturdii\'7;7llie
:\";i7elcl7fpr ,1 iitle77q,\;ef?7:i "dq?.; ;li6.ii r,s! ";'pi i'i'-,
big7;d i \-jdeiids .'^tilie'a'd ,7as7.:liic:?vlx;st
groiiiid?ha's iidl;,?et been'toilclied?7;.
iiast.?twp'-and'..'a':-'.iiiii.i', ye-fr^vlilis.beeir
:iViaiiaget";6l'tfie: local' 1 >rur r cl i? 6L11 r e
;Bank7i;:of 7British:!7North.::v,Aih;erfcn,:
has ? eiij oyed Hire :h i'glies t?i;es pect- ii i 1 d
es tee rn: d f a 11 :?'sectr o 11 s'7'p f;; th e'7 cd ni'-..
n'Uinty??,? A':™gi;e'at:;?ii u 111 beri?6f;Ixii;?;
: td?bid • li iiu?gbbd'4) ve a iut: good' 111 ek'
■ -     ' 0:"' '' '■•'.''     -   --'        '*.■■' '7. ..-.■-.■'■•:..,° -'.,.'■.'.-.-•'■'.■-.■.   .    .-'■■;■'
his iiex\': field;vaiid.?reel''as.s'iii't*d;:t.hat,
lie   will.v:evei7-hfiye?av'sp.ft.:..:'si^6t'?rpi".:
Another; GtooH'7 Man ?Gbhe;
vix7.u kcogkitionvvOf;:
<-';■ (fp-yr ,V7:\\ULL,;l'li^!I.l':i;nv,IN::7777'
' 7?''?ON?;S A T U R D A V?; j ILVI i ■' f2^[ 1?7;7 ?
vHors-37 Raoi!-rc]??77v7 7:777Tug,-of-Wai;7
■ ■ F. R a'cl ri cj ;-7 H i g h?'J,u m p'Vv .":■ •'??:, Llade's' v
'Tra*dv;Shootinig 77
"???vvv v; E tc v77777^7 v?
????? 7?7? i?vGbjd7S^eal?H
?7??:?77 :;??;7?G;odd 7S c; 117 IS do tees •■ iyyyy:yyj 7
Girs '■& ri ^l^'^^li^C^B^d^
: G e^H^ge^iies?: Air gus r? ?[^rijsfen7l7
Bi"0w 111 ee,' Mr?WaIso 11?^;?: ?7 ??? ;?P?
:: ,IMr. I7.FL; G-'iffithvv:a:?]Srominent.
ineml)erdf7lhe7Siri]rise?Co. ispay-
iiig the district a short:yisit?'7,7;7-v;
? Just arrived at:Cross's? Stacks1 of
Dry C,odds arid 2'otonspf Groceries.
Fverylhing first class and atvprices
tpsuit;the?times. ?■-.■'■ '":
t?'J' :": H- Brownlee ^returned"; last
Siihda3".:7^He hasgdrre on"a'sur\re;y-
ing.iri]'7.to?7tbe ?soutii .eiicl. of the
laki-:?7.7r7:7';....r.;?/':777:???:''?;7 7?;?7.?:
Strawberries, ?7Bairarias,:.Onu'ge5.
Peaches, ;" ) Cherries,7-7 /Porrratces,:
of'New Creamer.\-7Eu.tlerand some
more of those strictly Fresh.Eggs?1
directl'rpStlre; raiiches; : ?? ;?:7;?77;
0 ..??   -7 ' A.?N.ICK!*:RS0>:.;   ?
, Mrs.'Heal an.cl Balw Heal are expected in by- the next.boat.     7,7
.R.J. Skinner? of the- A tlin- Willow Creek Co,, came   in:thismorn
7v:77?Passenger'a!?tl:: Express vSeryice,?^'^^^
Skiigway? Log :Cal>iir';7Beuire
vvv^ ^TFelegi'aphvSeV'v'ice; l^
^-7;!r>7 7: ??v';'-^R:ites;appiy ,'.tb^
'2? .v:???:v?777?:S?'????IG:7vl'!^
XEliolcest ?Wihes^ vDijqu
'(Dlioice, W^
■-    -  7". ■'■ , /• - -:\'r':::y\- ' V ■''■?.:•   .-<'''    *   ■':■■■'■■ '•-'■' .'-,■ 7-'9 7, ■?..-"-. 7; .:?7 "? 77 """V'-,.0:. 7:77 '."';,;
7" "1*^
.'7'; :'"\^y.»/-:;J&s V-V-_a_-Jja_-^ j^^^_a._^i.JiL.«iJo
?;?; .;;.;;.;,7.. :7FREsii ^MEAts'7 a1.^
Fish, '7'Gamc??^n?-?.scason,;.ar\'d- 7 hoirse    made 7 Sausage.
"7'77      NORTHIC!-*N:HoTHL?13uri:DlNG? KlRSTvSTRKJiT7?.  7:
ing. 7
'  ..'           i. -^ '   . /            .
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■-.'.."■'                ■         '.   ■*•*- '
■J.r.-:■"BATHS-?:-■■ ?? :
i.\.o   BARBl'R SHOP
I*". LINK                 "'villi.,
Now oticiipy their nexv  rmurrers next
to the 1 "tin!t of )!. N. A., l-'irst Str-ec-t.
The bath rooms tire e.|iiiitly as -sOod as found
in  cities.    Private .Entrance for ladies.
'■-. ANGLE   STLKL    RIFFLES    &    ■„■
Ivstinralcs'furnished on application ' .
The Vancouver Engineering Works,
■',-.      .'. Vancouver, B. C.
Provincial    Govi*:rnmi*:nt    Oi-'-
ficus, Alliu, B. C, June 20,''02.
jSJOTlClv is hereby given that all
accounts against the Provincial Government must be rendered
to me not later than the',28th inst,
as the Financial Yencloses on 30l.l1
June. J., IX.-itfflkji 11 am,     *"    '
G. li. llAVKS.
:.l. O. C'OKNKI.r,.
imcnt Agent-
"   IN
Ueadniiuitcis I'nr lluhui'i-.''  I'lirrott's stage*'
Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.
Ed;'Sands, Proprietor.
Goon   A<x.'a.M.xiot..xxro.s'. — Rf.stauk.xnt  i:
S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.
Good .Stal.li'u*.' for Horses and Doits.


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