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 i  1   r '  1 fr-<  rlsl  ^T�����^  VOL  ���.TUP DAY,   JUNIC 7,    1902..  NO.   151.  &A&P  J*  O.-r;  "���O  k..���:-- x~\  \rz:> <r;,z   />.    g      kz?  J!    f    ���'���    /   X  -v..''   .'"-".    *....i   '"..���.<  Is     HOW        OIL \\7      '.    .VI:     in        '���l..;-*-'.   .'>'-)Ci-.    "I    I. 1.'..������"'. ,     'li'l'  -:   *'l>rl  Children's Shoes  *n   Alii'i, '.mil  in   inn-.I.,any si,!...  \.,u-,  ���;-.:,���;���.���.  Wc have marked everv Jiiic '  for (1  DOWN- TO _ GOST  '   : V J > tj  'A^hy; pay $6.00, $6.50  ic same Shoe yoTi cTiiV'got Iroin  us'for $4.00 or f,<\  or $7.00  1-5��-  Boys' $2.75 and  $3.00 Shoes wc have marked at $1.50.  Call and [00k over, our Shoe Counter and be convinced.  We are offering you Snaps.���Our space is limited to go into particulars,  sufficient  that we aie going out of Ike Shoe business  and we offer voir the Best Goods at 25  - , per cent below Coast Prices.  ���7   BLACKETT & CO.  ' The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP   SS,000,000.  Branches of thecBank at.Seattle,  San Francisco,  Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Exchange sotd on aSS PoZ:s$s.  Gold Dust Pwi-cxhaskii���Apsav Oki'icic in Connection.  J. S.   MUNRO, Manager.  LOUIS   SCMULZ5  Wholesale   and.   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   ���   LOWIMEY'S  CANDY   ���  Superior   Candy   &   Cracker  Co.'s Goods,   Full   Line.  HAY   AND   OATS  -Wholesale     &    Retail  -"'"-����� ..-���OS MS        A! BL  Send us vottr Mail Orders..  SKAGWAY,  Alaska.  m  SI'KCIAI.TlKS   IN*  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Broad, etc  Chas.  .Mvi;k, Proprietor.  Good Knnms to It.-lit    ll.v iIih liny, "Welt or Month nt rp,-i>,rniiiljlu rntcK.  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  Acinn Club and Giuminc Ilocltu.v Sliatc-..' Men's   llulf SiiIi-m and Shoo iVnils.1  Henry  Diston A Sou's Saws. Windows, lloui-h-, liluss anil  Puttcv, etc., etc.  Full Line of Winchester���Black ���& Smokeless---Rifle & Shotgun  Cartridges.- ��� - .,   ,.  Goods   lifiuqlit   Sold   iiiid   ".xclitiiigcd.  The = Bank: = of = B r s t/sh = North = .America  ':'  E-duliJi.slied in I Will.    Incorporated h,v Ro.ynl C'linrteiv  -������-.. ��� - -*�����--- '��� '���.." '���'���'. ���'���  The Atlin   Branch of   this'Bauk   is being closed.      Depositors are  requested to 'withdraw.-their balances.  -'.-..'..'��� I).  SIMPSON,"  r.   ,/" ,r . Assistant" Inspector.''"-���-  '���;..'   '������    '-.   ������     .-*   '���      ���   ?������-;��� -.-���-*���������' --,-���������--  '.   -���    / 77   ,.'.,;    ���-.; -  Safes,  Assay Plant, .Bank Fixtures  and Household-'''  Furniture for Sale.  FIRST BOAT.  List  of ��� Passengers- -Summer  Schedule.   ..  I'ruinis-Hi!:* 'Jonl Find Reported ���  'I'lla Atlin Killing" Co, Has a  Satisfactory Clean-up.  On Saturday afternoon last the  following telegram was received  by the Claim from Stipt. Schar-  schmidt: "Gleaner will leave Taku  for Cariboo on Tuesday evening  next." ���'  Tuesday afternoon the Scotia arrived with a large number of pasr  seugers, mail ancl freight. The  passenger list is as follows : Mrs. J.  IJ. Reifenberick, Miss Reifenberick,  J. W. Reifenberick, li. J. De La-  mare, 13. Helming*, ,C R Hall, W.  May, TJ Daniels, A Patton, J E  West, D Simpson, \\~ D Ronayue,  H L Blake, G A Wentworlh, G  Klansing, W J Harries, J LOllivcr,  C Dyedal, li Adams, T Pierce, Sam  McCaw, Alexarrder McCaw, Wm  Seeckings, J C Thomas, R Fitzgerald, R A Grigor? Wm Buhner,  T J Ribe, J Martin, T F Morarr, W  Hurliii. H Dal-lislr, A Sutton, H  O V Chatterlon, and Frank Casey.  Mr. J.*J4psc01r.be, the new local  Agent ol" the White Pass Company,  ha*; been promoted from the Commercial office in Victoria, and comes  well recommended. Wc bespeak  for him the goodwill of the public.  He will be assisted in his duties by  J. Butler, who is already well and  favourably known in the district.  The sailing dales of the Gleaner  will likely be the same as last year,  viz.: arrive, Wednesday ancl Saturday, depart, Thursday ancl Sunday,  The summer schedule will be published as soon as arrangements are  completed.  The delayed mail, consisting of  66 sacks arrived this week, while  23 sacks went out with the boat on  Tuesday evening.  A set of unusual Legal Notices  appears on the last page of this issue, viz.: Coal Prospecting Licences.  The discovery of a promising bed  of coal has just been nracie and reported here by Murdoek McKay  and C. A. Newberry, who returned  from Telegraph Creek on Tuesday  last. They report it heavy seam of  coal on the Tahltan river, about 1.6  miles from Telegraph Creek. The  exposure, cut through by the river,  is traceable for over half a mile, and  varies in., width from 3 to 9 feet.  Four 650-acre claims were taken up  and samples brought into Atlin.  The first ' clean-up pf the Atlin  Mining Co., last week, gave the  gratifying return of over $3000 for  a run of 50 hours.  |fEB  .O  Documents Signed   by Their  . Representatives.  J. A. Fraser Gazetted to Succeed  Mr. Graham as Gold Commissioner���Some Rich Ore.  London, June 1st.���An official  cablegram was received yesterday  evening from Lord Kitchener,  dated Pretoria which states that a  document containing terms of surrender was signed there at 10.30  p.m. by all the Boer representatives  as well as by Lords Milner and  Kitchener.  Upon' the  arrival   of   Mr. J. I).  Graham,    Cold   Commissioner,    in  Atlin   last   Saturday morning, the  report got around   that  he  had re- ���  signed    from   the  position, to take  effect at the   end   of   this   month.  Speculation   became  rife as to who-  would   be his successor.    Petitions  were  circulated   around the creeks  for signature irr favor of local nominees, and in one particular instance  numerously   signed.    Early, irr ..the  week a telegram  was despatched to  the   Plom E. G. Prior,   Minister of  Mines,      by     the     Atliii District  Miners'    Association,    respectfully  asking that   the   appointment of a,  successor  to Mr. Graham be withheld until the desire of the Association could be known. This brought  the   following     unexpected,    but,  nevertheless, very welcome reply. -.  "James A. Fraser appoiirtcd  Commissioner, Atlin, vice J. ,D.  Graham resigned.     E. G- Prior."  The report of Mr. PVaser's appointment circulated round camp  with extraordinary rapidity, "but it  was trews to Mr. Fraser himself.  However, from advice yesterday  morning, by private telegram, the  appointment is gazetted in this  week's J-S. C. Gazette.  Mr. Graham will remain here  just long enough to turn everything over to his successor. Mr.  Goepel, Official Inspector, will arrive by an early boat to assist in tint  transfer of the office and in posting  Mr. Fraser iu his arduous duties.  A rich strike has been made by  Mr. Pearse on the Imperial mine.  A new winze was started a few days  ago in the west drive of the upper  tunnel? and a rich vein, some two  feel wide was encountered. From  a mortar test of ten pounds of rock  Mr. JJearse obtained over 4 dwts. of  gold. A full report will appear in  a later issue.  F. T. Blunck,' Fred Cook, J.  Sabiu, C. Queen and R. Skinner all  left Vancouver for Atlin, Thursd*"-j*.  4>  ^^Tt1?  "XT'*  ���'.' , ���'*3.Wf.n* ��   :-.������������,">   ���-���   .?.-.'-'��,-���:���  (<CW��asi4  gfggaa^*yMB^'ii����i|��i��'' "fflgjTOasiaiii)  1c^$(X��^.?s|��*''"'''"'*^^  BfclHlfc---- 7   V ��� ,        ,. 7. 4/-  ���'   ���*��������� i'c   - .'      ��� " ATLIN,   B.C..  SATURDAY-,' JUNIi y.'-oo:  lie  01 uaim.  I'lihllslicd    i-vci'.v    Sntiirdiiy   innriiiu^,   bv  T'.n: Ati.in C'i,,\i.m   I'i-iimkiiini-i Co.  A. ('���. lllUKfili-K.I.Il. KUITl.ll.  I). Tiiiu. I.kiw, Siih-Kfliuir.  Ollli*..* of iiiililii-iiii.iu I'iMirl Si.. Alliu. li. C.  Ailvi-rl Wun;   Knti-s *.    Sum    pm- inch,  each  in-.i-1'tii.u.    I'.-ud'ui*^ u.ilici's, *ir.   i-fiits iV lint-'  Sp*>i'i;il (.'ontnu'l   Itiiics ou iippli.-nt ion.  'lb" siihscription pi-ii-i- is 5-fi a .vi-ur. pn.v-  al.h* in jilvaiif-f-. No p ip.-r will hr di-livi-ri-d  iiub-.s tl,i> .-ondilinu is t-fiuiplifil \\ it li.  The     Dominion  Service  Makes  Reductions.'  .Telegraph  Substantial  rauliC'  iVirnirig  ^  ���iVIachinery,  Saturday, Junk 7,  1902.  _. Acco.RuiNCi._tOr a telegram from  the Hon. li. G. Prior, M in islet of  Mines, addressed to the Atlin District Miners' Association, our esteemed citizen, Mr. J. A. Fraser,  has been appointed lo the responsible position o! Gold Cummission-  er, to succeed Mr. J. 1). Graham,  whose resignation has been placed  in the hands of the Department  aud which will take effect or. the  30th inst.  We congratulate Mr. Fraser on  hi.-- appointment ancl sincerely hope  he will accept it when he is officially notified���he has not been at  the present writing. Particularly  so do we congratulate Mr. Fraser  when we are assured that he was  rrot orre ol the marry applicants for  the position, contemplating Mr.  Graham's resignation. A more  honorable, upright and conscientious man could not be found for  the position. I.ivery man, under his  administration, will be treated with  equal fairness, while his administrative ability is without question.  His thorough knowledge of the  the country and its' requirements,  as well as a familiar acquaintance  with the people, will stand hiin iu  good stead.  It makes little difference who is  appointed lo any position irr this  camp, especially if he is a resident  of it, there are sure to be "kickers,'" but ever, these same kickers  will be treated with absolute impartiality at Mr. leaser's hands.  In ami mending  a   successor, we  cannot   allow   the   present  opportunity to pass   without   paying our  tribute to  the  retiring  Gold Commissioner, Mr. J. D. Graham.   Few  Ware  people   fully realize  the extremely   Woods   .  arduous   labors   Mr.    Graham has   Richardson  had   to   undertake,   during nearly   Voting   .  four years' residence  iu   the camp.  'J? Rant  When he came   here,  early in '99,  there was worse than chaos; at the  present elate there is not a man who  can   substantiate a wrong done him  Reported Appointment of Mr. D.  Grant, Barrister, of Vancouver, for Atlin's County Court  Judge.  The public will hail with idea-  sure the announcement from 'the  Dominion Telegraph Service that  very substantial reductions have  been made in the telegraph tolls  from this point. On the isl inst.  the rate to Ashcroft was reduced  from $3.10 to '$2.10 for 10 words  and 10 cents in place of 15 for each  additional word. Cable rates have  likewise come clown from 46 to 20  cents.  HYDRAULIC   DliRRICJ-CS ��� From 3 lo 10 tons lifting capacitv.  HANI)     l'OWIiR    DERRICKS   of   1   to   2   tons lifting capacitv.  HYDRA 1'LIC    GRAVEL    ELEVATORS,  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER    GATES,  ,  ,'     ANGLE    STliliL    RIFFLES    6c  HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PIPE.  The Joshua Hendy .Machine Works.  Nos. 38 lo ;*.'��� I'kkmont Stkkkt,  SAN". FRANCISCO,   CAL.  Write for prices, circulars and catalogues, or nail on  A. C. Hirschfcld. Agent, Atlin,-B. C  AtSirc Lake Lu  A. C. HIRSCHFELD       -       -       Manager.  Lumbering   in   ail   its   Branches.  A recent despatch from Ottawa  says that Mr. David Grant, a Vancouver Barrister and Solicitor, will  probably be appointed County-  Court Judge for Atlin, B. C. The  appointment' will likely be made at  once.  Says the "Vancouver Province:"  "Mr. Grant is a well-known local  barrister, although he has been  here ft r only two years. He formerly lived in Ontario, where he  was prominent politically."  Mills at Atlin, B.- C.  Branch Oim'ick at Discovkry  Til E. ROYAL HOTEL,  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  The First Shoot.  The first meet of the Atlin Gun  Club look place last Saturday afternoon on the flat north of town, at  which there was a full attendance  ol" members arrd a fair representation of the public. A team match  took place between learns captairred,  respectively, by J. Si. Clair Blackett  and Ii. ]<*. Rossclli. The following  is a record of the scores:  Rosselli  Featherstonhaiigh  Haves   .  Total  at the hands   of  Mr. Graham.    To  the liest of his  ability he has dealt  fairly with   every one   in the camp,  and  should   he   leave   enemies behind him, it is owing to the bigotry  and uartow-minclcdness���or  abject  selfishness-���ol*  such -.individuals.  It   is  .a   human    impossibility   to  please everybody !    Wc  extend   to  Mr. Graham  our   heartfelt  wishes  tor his health and prosperity where-  ever he may  decide  to cast his lot,  and we say irr .all   sincerity, What  is Atlin's loss  is some other place's  Blackett  Sloel ..  Gil lard .  Queen .  Kirkland  Ilastie .  Dixon .  A. Brownlee  000101000  rovn 1111  111001o11  1oooooooo  o1000001o  000000010  00r000100  oooooono  oror110:r  111110110  1or 000001  000100010  orootooi1  ot1000001  00000i001  000010000  This   New   and   Commodious   Hotel was opened to lire Public,   April  16th, 1901.���Everything in it is-New. ��� .Strictly First Class.  CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIliARS CASE GOODS A SI'ECIALtV.  HPO mtike room for large Spring importations, I have decided to under  sell .Cut Rales already Advertised, and, in. addition, quote   lhe   following orices:  Alert IBay Salmon, per doz      $2.50  Worcester Sauce        ,, 3.00  Simco Jam, 5-lb pail 90  J'iv. Apples,   5 lbs 1.00  Apricots          ., ��� 1.00  Peaches       '   ,, 65  Moccasins,  $2.00 per pair.  Pears ,,  Cooking Figs,,  Sugar, S lbs  Cheese, per lb  Lit beck Sliced Potatoes, per lb  Ham and Bacon, per lb  65  r.oo  25  30  Felt   Overshoes   &   Manitoba   Arctics,  Ladies' & Children's Boots and Shoes, Dry "Goods, etc., etc., at cost.  Crosse & Blackwell's Jams ancl Marmalades and all other Goods  'Reduced  10 to 20 per cent.'  All Goods Warranted ancl if not Satisfactory  Money Returned.  ��  THE    KOOTENAI'.HOTEL.  I  .-I  o  0  ���  0  George E. Hayes, Proprietor  Cok. Imkst ,ani) Thai nor Strkkts.  This l-*ii--t Class Uotiil bus heon remodeled and refurnished throughout  and oh'ei-s, the ln;*.t aficonuuodiition to Transient or Permanent  , Guosts.���American and European plan.  Finest Wines, Liquors and Gigars*  Billiards   and   Pool.  ��������o^o.^o^a^o^a^wiC'.^a^  olal  28  After the competition a sweepstake was made for the best out of  3 shots ��� Fet'herstoiiliaugh ancl  Hayes tied, and shot 3 .more���with  the following results:  Evkry citizen of the British Em-  pire must realize a feeling of re-  lief'from the telegraphic announcement'that peace has been declared  iu South Africa. The cost of the  war has exceeded ,��225,000,000 !  Fetherstonhaugh  111 no  Hayes .  111100  Sloel    .        .       .  000  Blackett  000  Gillard  110  Rosselli  o'to  Rant    .  110  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  French   Restaurant in   Connection.  David I-Iastijj,   Pkoi-rihtor.   ,  Corner of First and Discovery Streets.  THE   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  0. \V. Johnston. Manairer.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms--By the Day, Week or Month.  The Best of Liquors and Cigars always in Slock. -��� Fine stable in connection with the House,-  AMERICAN    AND  EUROPEAN  ���I-  PLAN. . lw.  ATLIN,    B.C.,    SATURDAY,  JUNE, 7,   1902.  r|>   can ' g-ive   You   as Gipod Value for your CASH as  any" House in Towh.  Try   us   wsih   ii   a*$d   s��@.  rocene-s  9  ,(riant   Powder  oil   hand.  raicr. $ m  Skagway's Gun Club.  The officers of the Skagway Gun  Club arc planning lo begin business at an early date. It is said  that among, the features ol" lhe  Mimmer's -vork will probably be individual and learn mulches wilh  the U.S. soldiers .stationed at Skagway.     bast   year the Gun Club de-  1  lc:iled the team fiom the coloured  soldiers, scoring higher both as a  team and breaking their individual  scores.  'flic local Gun Club will have to  gel in line if it expects lo beat the  Skagway boys, when the contemplated game conies off this summer.  Dawson's,Big Nugget.  Under date of 26H1 ulto the report of the finding of a big nugget  conies from Dawson, which for  value, totally eclipses all previous  finds reporled in the north. The  nugget was found on J. H. Brooks'  hill claim, between King Solomon's  hill arrd Moule Crislo' gulch, on  Bonanza   creek,   ancl   weighed 320  ounces, valued at S4800.  - Atlin   will   have   to   "go it one  better" or lose its record.  DeWitt Claims to Have Done  Well Out of Atlin.   ���  A recent issue of the "Daily Alaskan " reports the following:  "C. H. DeWitt has returned lo  Skagway after interesting Eastern  investors in his properties on Martel creek [Martel hydraulic group,  ou Spruce creek, above discovery],  in the Atlin district. Work costing S^oo.coo will be done ou orre  claim this season, and operations of  much greater magnitude will be undertaken on another. Iu speaking"  of his business, Mr. DeWitt said:  " ' I had six claims, aggregating  5S0 acres of land, but three-fourths  of the Viola I have jfrst sold to  Chicago capitalists for $31,000 under agreement that they do $100,-  000 worth of work this year. They  will come west, soon lo see the  ground, but iu the meantime work  will proceed. This same company  may purchase the Ruth, a particularly good property., adjoining  the California.  '.' 'The California   is the claim of  which I sold three-fourths last year  to lhe  Colorado  [Columbia?]'-Hydraulic   Mining    Company.        At  least $50,000 was expended on this  mine.     I have  been made manager  for the company   and   much work  will   be   undertaken   ���during    the  coming .season.     Por their share of  this  claim   and   I'lic-lburth of the  Maflcl   creek   lease   the Colorado  company     paid    tne,      practically,  $\25,000.' "      .  Out., will be read with interest  by the many friends of Rev. Jas.  Russell, laic Pastor of St. Andrews'  Prcsbylei iau Church:  " Rev. [as. Russell arrived at  Sclucibcr, Oui., on .May, 3rd, and  ���was met by his many warm friends  iu this section. , He admitted that  his visit to the Yukon did him  good, in fact, he said, ' it made a  man of me. ' I met the best iu the  land ; jusl as large hearts, as ever  greeted 11 111:111 ol any ualiittialily,  kindly accepted inc. I may go  back tu the Yukon, but \ have not  fully decided al present. I like the  whole-souledness-of the people, and  shall never forget their hospitality,  their liberality and their appreciation of gnspcl work, which, were  amply proven by their donating  funds for the erection of gospel  meeting houses. I met all classes  ,of men in the Yukon, ancl was  kindly treated all through. I must  unhesitatingly express my regard  for the 'Alliu Claim' of'Allin, B.  C, and the ' While Horse Star' of  White Horse. Y.T., for their goodness towards me."  "Mr. Russell gave two splendid  lectures on Ireland and the Yukon  Territory, as well as two Sunday  services, in his usual eloquence.  His lectures were boih interesting  ancl instructive.  "He has a heap of humour  amongst his intimate acquaintances  ancl relates some most laugable  tales. He is no more less anxious  to exhibit a pair of ' Manitoba Overshoes'and a 'Coon Coat' at Belfast, which are not absolutely necessary iu the Emerald Isle.  " PYom here Mr. Russell goes to  visit his brother and from there will  sail for Europe to be gone about  two months."  Atlin,  Nugget  azvd i  And All Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured on the Premises.  _3?SS"*~"    Why send out when you can gel goods as cheap here?,  Watches Front $3 up.   Fino Line of SomveKir Spoons.  The Swiss Watchmakers.,  cfi  ERT &  NOTICE.  I,  Tin: Li* I'oy, Ltd., I,in., Mininu Company,  owning-; tin; Li'. Hoy, Hon Tail, Hijack  -.lACKT'liiriTi:,   iKAina.LA,  111,1110, Liiijal  Tl-lNIII'.H. Illlfl LlTTIiH JoH 1'liAtlTION  Mint-rill Gluiin*-'. situated in h'ain.v Hollow, Chilknt, .Minium Division of Cassiar  District, I*. (J.  To HAItXAKI) HOYL mi Otiii.-.h" his Acikst  '.     on Adi.N-i'o :  the iiiiflf.|'-.i"jiiei| ,)o.s, W: Smith, part  owner of the ulioi'f���iiniued mineral  chum's, hereby tfivo uotii-e to the nhove-  nnined llarnai'fl llo.vl or other his Ajront or  Agents, that 1 do hereby refinost the said  Harnard Hoyl or other his A;;ont or Airenl.s  to contribute his share of the assessment  ���.vork' done on the said claims, viz.: fine  year's assessment work, from July, 191)1 to  July, 1!)02, !iinotiutin<v to the sum of-JllilUO.  Unless the said amount he paid to me on or  before the 7th day of September next I shall  proceed, under and by virtue of the powers  conferred by Section 1 of the Mineral  Amendment. Act, IflllU, repeali 11*4- Section 11  of Cap. 1.1 of (he Statutes of IS!)!).'  Jos. W. 'Smith,  I5y Jno. P. Lindsay.   <  Atty.-in-I-'act,  Atlin, B. C, Juno 7th, 1902. gin  ATLIN,-  HKXNIi'JT   AM)    CHILKAT   MIN-  L\G .      DIVISIONS        ()!.'���    CASSIA It  I'LliCTOItAL'  DLSTKICT:'  j^O'J'ICI" is hereby j^iven  that a Court   of  Revision   will  bo   held   at    'the    Court,  House. Atlin,  oil   .Monday, the   seventh  ilny  of J uly,A. 1)., 19C2, iit the hour often o'clock  in the forenoon, for the purpose..of  honriiif*-  and   determining'  any   anil   nil     objections-  ajrninsf, the retention of any name or names  on the Register of Voters for the Atlin, IJcn-  nett and Chilkat Mining- Divisions?!)!* Cassiar  Electoral  District.���[til Vic, c. (.7, Sub-s. (f), a  '������] .     J. D. G11A HAM,  Collector of Votes.  Atlin, li. C, April With. 1902.  my'l-GOd, ,  Frank Mobley,  NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS  First  Glass  kc  air  ATLIN,    B.C.  Furs and Skins dressed���Birds  Animals stuffed.  tnd  RATES   REASONABLE.  First Street, Atlin, B. C.  \V. Ii.  Haddon, Mgr.  Prices can   be obtained upon application to A. C.'HlRSCHFKLD,  .Specimens   on   exhibition   and   for-  sale at the Claim Office.  Finest East of Mountain  The Good Man and his Flock  Rev. J. Russell Heard From.  The    following   communication,  from Mr..   Ii.   Slcacy   of   Shrieber,  A country minister took permanent leave of his congregation .in  the following maimer:  " Brothers and sisters, I come to  say 'good bye.' I don't think God  loves this church, because none of  you ever die; I don't think you  love each other, because I never  marry any of you; r don't think  you love 'me, because you never  pay my salary; your donations arc  mouldy fruit and wormy apples���  'and by their fruit ye shall k.iow  them.' 7  "Brothers, 1 am going away to a  better place. I have .been called  to be'Chaplain of a Penitentiary���  'Where I go, ye can not come, but  I go to prepare a place for you,  and ni.-iy the l,ord have mercy on  your sctilu." Good bye."  For vSale in Large or Small Bales  $76.00 per ton.  Apply to  W.   A.   ANDERSON,  Cariboo   Crossing,   Y. T.  Pellew-Harvey, Bryant & Gilman  ers  Hie Vancouver Assay Office. Established 1890.  W.   WALLACE   GRIME   &   CO.,  Agents.  Lurjr.e or Small Sample* I'nrwa riled for Assay.  I*'OK  OF  Alaska,   Yukon   and  Northern   B.C.  I'KOM  A new rifle.    20-inch barrel.  |l "Weight 4 pounds.     C. B. caps  Sand  .22 short; R.   F.    Has an  AUTOMATIC    SAFETY   and  cannoli bo discharged  accidentally. ���    '    \  Price.��niy $g-(*?0  If theso ri'lk-fl, tiro nob carried in stook  toy your dealer", send price and we will  send ib to you express prepaid.  Send stamp for catalog describing complete line, and coiitninirrg valuable information to shooters.  The J. Stevens Arms and"Tool Co.  P.O.Box CH'COPEE7FALLS. NIASS.  Skagway to Atlin & Dawson  GO  TO  HI'RSGHFELD'S  -ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  The   following  sailings  are  announced   for  the month of June���  Leaving" Skagway at 6 p.m.,   or on  arrival of train:  Pkinckss May,  Amur  Princkss May,  do  For further information, apply or  write to        H. B: Dunn, Agent?  Skagway, Alaska.  June :o.  ,. 16.  ,, 20.  .,    3��-  Copies.p( the new- Placer Act of  1901, consolidated with the Acts of  1898 and 1899, for sale at the  Clai*: Oflice.  ATLIN FISH MARKET  A. Ukunioh,' Proprietor.  --- Fresh Fish Ahvavs on Hand ���  Hydraulic arrd Other Com parries  Supplied at Wholesale "Rates.  "T^  i.t\'  -nr  T  ��� v'L  x^r:vxr:S.r:kit.f:-...\^  ����:*\w  .?aa,��ii)-:  %'^W^V^f"  Jjiurrt-"'���*  "���"���^���s^'iaPKiKi^^  ������������������'���-���������^������������������-���\.y. IMfes^? :. --v-  -,W   /'   ,'������-. ���-.-.,,.77i7&iii^i 1*7  i?7 ���  ���y.'v-V,''  ' ATi?[F;,.77B.;c....? S ATU-l-lB 0Ai]tj NE;; 7, ?i 510:  .picked7Up;<here7And:theke?  *l.Jliuri-'n <jf I'nijrluud :,, V 7   ,  '  " -���? St.; Mil rt i ii *s Church, cor. Third mid Tri'iin-  ��� or .st rents. Sunday .services, .MilI,ifi-; lit ,11 'a.  '.' nii^HvisiiiO.iii** 7:'i0'.'p. hi.? Of'lel.i-uHoii'f.l'll.ily  ('iiitiniiii.ion, 1st Siindii;,' in i-ii.-l. iiiiiiitli aiid j  -mi Special occasions-. SiiiiiI..;,'. S.'l'.'.'-I. Sunday? at ,'tt: ii. in. I'tmiiiiitt ;*��'������'ilui.'tiii^s,,. Isl  .'Tlnrr-idiiy in oai*li;n.oiilii. ��� ���'��� . :   .  ���?.���-'���',,.'������ .",-'?' v'i'.'Ilo.v". i*\ L: r*!tf'.|diV-ii*<R'ii^T"i-'i*'-f'ii\.':  7  St., A'liili-t-w's?  Prs'sliyti-'riiiii' Clini-.-li , i i <> I d  : services iii:  t lie  Giiori'l.   ....'?.Sni-.iml?'St.'!?"'���  Morniiiji-"-service  at II' evetiinjj: sei'vi.:-* * :���;,)  .Sunday Seliool attli.v .'lose, of tlie. iiioriiiiitr  .-x-i-vire.     Kev.   .).-'��� I'n ss.-i 1.   .Minister.:.', l'*ree  lieailiii'ii; Room, to whichiill an.* wok-bine.  77Thg'rc.:is''-iii6re .solid",-comfqrt iua  -;cuppf Blue: 'Ribbon?Tea:thau?iir,a  '.gallon-of most?beverages... .7..77.??7.7  ?? Taiu-not subsidized by any Go-  7 vernmeiil,7biil?l7amislillin-lhe Rggy,  7Butlerj Fruit? and ?��� Vegetable. Busi-.  7lress?, ? Fr.es 1 r ...consigurneiits.received  by?every?steamer ;aiid 7 sold-at" lire  -lowest?prices.7;7?? ?:A7;,?NJCi-:iiRsoN777  7D. 7.Simpsbn,?Assrstaiit?;irispCctor"  '���of.7th'e'.'I*ank?o.f-B.7.Ni-..-A.',?arriv,ed iii  Atlin by^Tuesday's'boat:7    -'7" ?.:  ?7,.-.,Mes.srs,7?7\yi2L'.twbrth.7 tiiid-.:.-Blak'.e.  arrived 7from? SanY Frariciscbvthis*  week   arid--vwill 7 spend, sometime:  7 looki n g. irr lb the quartz, prospect s?b f  ���the clisfrict.7,7? ,7 77- 7??? !  77 Mr.7De?I7amare \vas7anr0ngsttlre;  ^arrivals byvthe'first:boat:7v7? 7?7?';??  7?   Oui congratulations are extended?  A   GRAND?  Rj?7?'77,'i;l '*���'���  ��0.7 7:7.7,7  to-  Mr.--?, Grime, 7 whose , appo.iril-  777ment!as a? Notary vPublic. w*is ��� Sa-  >v!ze'ttecl;oiivthe?Sih'bf May .last. The?  7? appointment??,will?? doubtless. 7be  ?? .-fully 7appreciated?:iu7?liusiness'���������'by.'  .7: ;Mr7(f rime's many friends' through-7  ''��������� out .tlie'district?- ,7 777:77?,?  7^r;^'Hbiuse'linihg?-arid -'brl-clbths'at'J?  A.. Fraser & Co.  -. :    ������',���,��� -'������������.   -^���"''-���' ���-    :���������������  AVeregret  being. unable to pub-  .'-. lish this.vveek the,valued communication of Mr. H. P. Pearse,   owing  to the heavy tax updii"our space by  7 new ''advertisements.���-7Foi" a, like  reason,    the     communications    of  '.���','. A11    Oir-looker,"    and    " Leaseholder'".'.are   held  over .-."-until .next.  ��� week.?-? ' ? ���-. ..���;?_-:-.-.'���; c  7 Blue   Ribbon Coffee, is absolutely  ������'���: pure.--:-It:is sold in all the stores irr  Atlin.:   7 ??    ���- .,    /  Air adjourned  meeting of miners  will be held in   the  Nugget Hotel,  Discovery-,' on? Monday?    evening  next, to consider the formation of a  ,   Miners' Union..  Go  to   Cummrirgs & Richardson?  for  Gold   Seal   Hip   Gum  Boots,  .7$9:50. ."  '"'.   ..??������' ���7"'?.-'  Furnished rooms  to  rent���apply  ���''.Hotel'-Northern. -  Attention is  called, to the add of  ��� the'Bairk1  of   B.N. A., 'which is of  .- particular interest to house-holders.  M. Foley is calling for tenders on  the balance of A. Muscat's slock.  Wail paper at Fraser & Co.    .  Hay, oats  and chop feed at McDonald's Grocery.  A strong Committee has been  chosen in Discovery and arrangements.. made' for the holding of a  day pf sports orr the 2.8th inst, in  honour of the Coronation arrd Dominion Day. From present indications it promises to be a great success.  Ii. S. Wilkinson, P.L.S.,' will arrive from Victoria.tomorrow.  Atlin uovy boasts a cobbler. T.  Moran has put out his "shingle"  at Dockrill & Co's old store on ist  Street.  eie.DraTBOi  '���'���IN.;i7lU'CbC".NIT.10N   OK  ���_>*>\.T  '\v-ii'ii.'i'-'-'--��'ic" huli^tn:  f ,     .       ffl-J/C       .'A  ?:?'7'??:7?,?7QN?7 ?:??���'????  ?SA:'i,iiRajAy,?JuNK?28th.  la,  Hon  :e 7,Racing? ?.?���.���;���,  7.7-Tug-"of- War,''?7-7;77??77.:'.-  Racing,   High   J urnp,  Ladies'   Raiies,  ;?-.;��� ' ���7:.??7!-?i"Etc7?:'vEtc.v7"?7-;7"-:  A?  MliliT TS.Q- oi'tli.i lUmril. oil Lieenee Ooni-  iiiissioners will. ?li,��": lisl.l.?iii7t)ie;'..C'o.irt  7Hoiise7'Atliii7i^70;7:c-n"TN!omLiy;^  inst., at tlie hour of 10 o'eloeli in tlie.forenoon; to consider the following npplieation :  X. II. HAI-Utl'S? for ii' kenewal of Hotel  Lieenee for the ?Goid Pan Inn, -Main Street,  Discovery, I'.C!, . , Wa'ltbu Owen,  "C/liicf Lieoiieernspeetor,  7Atlin,lLC..?,I line (ith,:r902;7?7 ������.      '��� ��� 1  Notice to /'Contractors..  ATLIN    LOCK-UP.  SE'  EALEl) TENUERS, endorsed7'.' Tenders  for Re-inodelliii'j; the Atlin Loek-up,"  will be received by the iiiidersiirned iip to  noon on Wednesday, 11th diiy of .l.iiii'e, A..1),,  1902, for tlie.i-e-niodelliim' ofthe AtlinLock-  np. ] . ,."..7:  Plans .mill Specilications may he seen at  the office of the Goveriimeiit -Agent,\A.tirii'7  Tenders must hear the per.sonnl sitinnture  of the Goiitrnetor- and also those of two responsible residents of the District,  The successful tenderer will he reiiuired  to execute n bond in the .sum of Two hundred mid fifty dollars ($2.10.(10) fo.ivtlio faithful performance of the work.  The lowest'or any tender not necessarily  accepted. J.'il. Giiaham,  - . Government Affeut.  GoMiriiinent Apont's Ollice, Atlin, II. C, 3il  .liiiie,iyi)2.  T "  e   '  LINK  BATHS  BARBFR SHOP  Prop.  Now ot-ciipy their uc-w quarters next  to the Hunk of II. N. A., h'irst Street.  The bath rooiusnri. eiiuiilly ns (rood iis found  in  cities.    Private  Kntrniice for ladies.  W,   WALLACE  GRIME  & Co.,  Notaries Public.  Third-Street, Atlin B. C.  MINING 15II0KEKS & COMMISSION AC'INIS.  Fire    &.    Accident    Insurance.  AllKSTri    I'llll  PI-;i.Ll-:W-HAUVI-;V    .ti    OO,   Assa.vers.  Waited.  7 ..Tenders. 7'will. ?be?.;;receivecl -by  ill e v undersigned,,-- until? 7 Saturday,?  t4tli. inst, on behalf of Messrs: '.L'cnlz  and:.I,eiser,? of:Victoria,7fbr77tlie'un7  der-iheir!ioned7-goods,;7 being? the  Invlanccbf Stock of A,?, Muscat; -.7  "- 797?pairs?Shoes    ?? 7? , :':-y^  7?   '..yj-'C-lptli. .'Caps,.? V'"      7-7,??? 7..-' ;:'���'?."  '������?;::,������''^.l-'-Men's'-Wobi'iPaiiIs'?-; 777.777?  ;7?:'5;|. NegiigQe''Shirl.s''?'-7.?.-.'7;y}'?.������??���'  v7777:S6?lvaundried Slrirts?7v.7 7?���..���':???. ??.  'AA'S2':Hn\AAi'AA.:A.:A'AA��AA.  77? ?2o7pairs BbysPanfs? :7?77:77?-?.t  ?7''-��� -?3. Men's Coats;???: ��� ?'���?777:     7  "f?;v7v,.27Vests7?7?' :?.'?������?'���??:?''.:7?-??   -7.-.:77  ?:?'.-;-"21S-pairs Overalls??7777 ;??7.-777  :?-'??t' l,a'r GeriiitinvSocks.v/vVv 7?r  ?77:;''77??7v,7:?S.leeve l-l'oUlers,:?'^,??'? ,7  ??:-,,;?.;7<57.v,?7;.vSuspendcrs-v.?7,v7777.?:v7?  ?V7'7-7|7 j uiu pcr,s ���,:."'-.'���'.'��� :77??777?,:7-:?7;7 7??7 '���������;  ,,7? 6?IJliie?DeVirrir7Piirkas7 7!:^^?:^77v77  >7!77:7i?Cbhcerliiia7?7:?:7.?777v'7,::-?77?7v?77  7S???':^-:-'chcst''Te:a??'777 .?��� ?.?7?. ?'?-?-,:?;^?  ?.'lMie7aI)Ove?stoClf of goods is open  lor irispectioii??/?? 7-7! ??7??7 ''-AAA  7?vTlie71owest;?br: any tender.not  uecessarilj7;accepled.?7?M.7Fpi.Ky.7  THT7 7  COAL VXO'SVZCTiWo, ';L|e'Ei"-lCE"3;':  ^<7)TI(.;iv;:i*;iliflvf-by 'tilveiitlml ;i');days'-af-.'.-:'  7 ��� te> iiaV.7,X7ii;l-��iid 10 jmijiIv tv7tlio Oldoi? -  Cciiiihii.-isifiVif-.r;iii", Liilifls' inidvtVorks for il ti- ?  edii-.-i- to proipi'iit foi- eon I on the following ���'. '���'.���  desci'ihoil lands*    ??.,'?. v'���'7-  7,011 ?1 he iif.rtli side   of .tlies.Taliltan .Kiver?  al.oilt ,10 uiilns I'ro'iii  Ti-leHrnpli   creek,, com--.:.  nif.iiciii-jiiit'a? post,   pliiiiteiljiilioiit'iliiiiliis 7  fi-oiii the,niouth f.f?:t.lie  rivei-'iiinvUed *'l). f!..' ','.  Stf'wiirt'ii;? S.v W. 7eijri'ier;?.tiieik*e7>!i .'l.,iiiiis ;  north, tli.nil*.)Sli el.niiis onsi 7tlii'iii'<' ,'Oi-hninK  soiitli*. t.lieiice.SO.eliiiiiiswesti't.i pt.iiil i.f uoiu-..'."..  lni'iic.Miiont.i'ontiiiiiiiifr (,!|0 iieros,Vmiire? oi* 7?  lew-7  "���'������:' :'���-.. '.7-'?7'"'v??'   ?7? .7 ?:L).:(?;-,? Stewai-t.- - ,  ,? i...i*uti'-i! S'i-y-��'lv?1-,iA7- '7 ?���':;? -.?-777v:,v'-  7=^^ rric7i7.,i.;i!i<0\'t-5 vs; vr-?.7 ??;^r-':vi ���.in.y<*-.i\f-'���,?'���  .. ���'-��� !.:]��� '-!inJ- ���f;'i;,:7i-!! 77,V7;V,; 7'> I7| lie'bliifirv;-  ,(.'o:i:rfv;.Vs.ilii',V)!'7v'.l' i'fa;i.'i.vviiii!:?V('i"''-i if"'' a.?I.i-? ?  :-,,!,-..( If..,[ii-.,?,pt.-.;!. f'.'*: .'7��;f-i"oiivthe.: following. ?  lll.lVe|-ib.'(l Ini.dHi    ���    ?':,,        .:. '7?      V    ���        -..;?;?.-?'?.  ..?' t.)ii I ho iiorthiiiiilsoul h sides? of., t lifi.'.l'a hi-,.?-:  tairltiyer, cdmiiieiieiii}; .lit.? a 7 prist, , marked ;  "A. K.?'liil)oiiiihl's S.?'ii.::Coi*noi*,v,tii(*iiee^07;7  chiliiis 1'inrili'.:. t hiiiici-v.Sll.fdiaiiiK west; llioin.-e "���-  .,Sli..:?f!liiiiiiM..' south ; ';lliin.i:e' W):? ehiii,iiH?eiist:t/'7'  iloint: uf 'i.-oniinein.-.-iii'?M.it..7.'.-...iitiii,i.iiii',^.,_ .I'.-lt 1.,  ai* re's, 1 i-.n re (ir I ess.:":',     . 7 A.v U. Alf-tloiiiiUI.--  '  '  vfiocnloil Miiy.Slh. ISD2,  "i<*7,  prenay;^.Ke  7,; ss   Now'-.Open  77? M tss Lvnauc;i-i.-��������� Prop:?  The   Table   will always be?provided  ���'-with the best :the Wl ark et-affords,  .7 TFresh?Garden-?Seeds7vat:?.Dockrill  &7Bourn,e's.7?7-.vV?7v 77-7???. 7:77?:??:???'  "NTOTICJP: : is jiisroliy   tiiveil thai. 11(1 diiysaf-v  7"       terdulo l'intfVuiL tb7iippl.V?lb'tjio Chief.  C/'oininissiouei- nl" Liiniln and Works.for a Li-?  eei 1 ce to prbspei.'t. ?l'<��i*7 efial'i.it I hi; fnllfiw'iuu'  described lands:"- v:;7??7 :??v:;v----- -----.--.-;��� -.. ..-.;i,.-  '.'���'.On tlie.. lib i-th siile'f.f.t ho'Tnliltiiii Uiyer,  coiiiini!in;iiii;,?ut. upost: innrked " Miirdfick  iMcKay's N.'-.Wl ctiriieivpost, 1 hence fill chuiny  east; thence SO cliuins sotith; -thence SO ehniiis  west; thiiuceSO chains north to point of coni-v  iiieucouici'LcfJiitaihiiiH* (i.J0 -acres, 71110 ro, pr;  lesy.? 7?    ?7v?' -77 = 7,-'- 7V;tliirilbckvMi:l\iiy.7-,:."  .LbciHiMiMiiy stii, 1002.7 ���'���;' 77?'"::?7?'-V;-;7?7v;7 7  nTOTIGI';'   is  hereby-;"|j.iyeii?tliiit.. SO fliiys'ti'l*-,?  . 71 ?  ter������tluto,.tiiiteriil'-'.to,; lippb-tb the.Chief:?  Cbmmissitmer of Lauds uiifl Works feraLi-?  ;ceiii:c?.tp p'rqsi)ect-.f6'r'-.'e'a!il.-'bii-'t.lio':'f6llo\vli'i|T'-.  .fl6scribe.il. lands:; ?,?, ?;: 7 ?;- -,?:? 77   7-j;-:   vv  7On the ?hbi*tli,aiiil .south shies;of the Talii-  taii   Rive:-,  coiniiiciieiii,'*;vat  11 post niiirkeil  "J7 A..Eraser's X. li^f'or nor, thence SO chains.;  west: thence- SO- chums   south': : theuee? :S0  chains east:' tlience?:SOchniii.s north to point  of eominenceiiieiit, coiitainins; (110 acres .more  or less.? 77- 7;:77..7??v', 7?7?77;?,I'7A?:.Fr!is.oi*.. 7.  ���'��� ?Loeated;Muy;Stli.i!)02.?t;?   ?v      ->7V ; 7 v,:?'??:?  ;i|riiri'gs;  now's?::your::^  ???? ?? .Gold Seal'Hip Gum'Boots?:-'???." ?   :.      ?.l9-5��-:::?  ?,'.'7';'': ''.���??'  Good Seal Bootees' 77 7 7  .,? -?:-. 777,;. . -.  73.50..,  -      -      WE   HAVE   FULL   RANGES   IN    LOW   RUBBERS  CALL   AND    INSPECT    OUR   NEW    GOODS.  Choicest, Wines, Liquors & Cigars-  EEEEvB^  Gh pice Win es,, Liqti ors and Ci gars.  '���'-'���-: C.D0ELKEE,?  ?   .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND?   .    .  Fish/Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  Northkrn Hottcl Building, Fiks'i* Stkkut.  G. E. Hayes.  .1. G. CO UN KM,.  Discovery.  OPKN DAYAND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS KKSTAUKANT  IN  CONNKCTION.  llt-aihinurlers for liiilinri' A-.i'urrott's slaiie.  PINE TREE HOTEL.  DISCOVP'RY, B. C.  Fir'iest of liquoTs.     Good stabling.  En. Sands, Proprietor.  I1HST   LI QUO US .A   CT.GAltS  Goon   Ai;<.*i).mmoiiation.  - Ri;s?i'ai;i(ant  in  CONNMCTn'X.   '      .  S. ji.UN.STON, Proprietor..  Good St/ihliiij.- for VloriiOs anil Pore*.  -il  M

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