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The Atlin Claim Jun 8, 1901

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 |V7  ir? 7,  77'   y'A'.  :���?   ',-7 ��� ���'  ���:d: ::���:'.-...  7\:OI;?7?7|7.  ?7?:?-:A?lUiI;N?,-1^p?j7SATlJ?lU)A:V-  AOyMA  ?^?h:e7L^i"gest;^  7?i-?r::^?:?7''v.?:?f7?v7Mercharidise'in^  :7|GOLD7SMl?H^  77?7GOLD?SEM7  ^���v'S'?-::7-:-^  ':. ?:;?7.:;?u?7?7?7:??7'?'.7???7WoollohvUnd^  yAyA0m  ioGiimEAVlou^  -1777 7?7?:!?;1?'%^v??I;?^f ^  '7?77??.?C;uiiied7:I-;dast^  7^:*.||i:i7p.5::^  S:v-7Caiir'tecl?C^  ?-IR0N??7STO^^  ?'??77~'<2AI:^  Nelson?? Gilroy? ? Subriiii^?His  7;77??7||7|Opini(Dn;7;;57?|??v7??  A^Fracti^^^ffiiher.'s .Impression j-ss  7777:7'.; to? 7Thi|?7]��ubl;rj.Taiked  ?7?-v?? p8'r*ty:r-^?it?Ka,s7tlie7  ���^-..^of'.u^Grea^  ?Brahches"!qf7th^Baiik7,at^  7 :'?'":?77.77?:?7v?:.7?'?7 ?1';'?7:7^^^^  i'^VbS-v;-'?;?^^  7:?j;?77^77::7??77???7??77]??7^  ?7:??7?-7?:;7 ,?77;7? ? 7 '^/j&rc^s^  :??j7??.??,??G6T.i>?D.us'r?PiJK/pK^K^  MA:.:AmAA^  7PRIGp;?}AL?^  ??;���?: -���S'vliners;:See.'-:.jr^]y..y.  .e��-:.' Sw*o  77*d��2"7'">��-,sb��/ ^..V.-..aL-a.*".'.':.|fc"i_) 7  ?7 77'..77?77?Post'70fkxc.e, 7"Discbvi*:i":v,?777?-.?v 7.77.7'  FOR   GROCERIES   AND   .MINERS*   SUPPLIES?  My Teniv tieliyerV Goods on .Creeks Regularly.  Prices asAbove.  a%w^ *k\tV^ra  m 3 for ti 1  ���,i?'S/^r.M  PA AfiXiio, /&.*��    ISS ���rf"<sS*a <o.v!'iai? :7'^*<*a/vr7 0^,a A^^-ft.if..A.'^''iA^ -  , ;:.S?ifllf���i'  : ':?���-? ?7??77 7 ?' ?7?7?' 7777^7*^^  'aMa^^  ' FreshiRreadyiRye^lBs'sa'idjiQi!?^-^ 77-7?-  :;'?? -;?':???7?-77.'::;-?77?-7?7??-????-: -"???-?-77-77 777..??7CiiAS.7Mvkk? Proprietor.^  .'-."...-.;.;_:"'-?- Good Ilooms.to Kent-^J-iy the. Day. Week or-Mouth, at reason iil.hvrat es.;.:?.,??..  h^-��A^&r;..M|'rf3��3I  vv  !0'?7^>^��9  SKAGWAY^:Alaska,,  rl."^  '"?'      ?      ,   '  ��� '������.''''AIJ3lJ''ilHAL,EI(S IN ���'."���.���'���''��� <������'���'���     :'.'.'?      ��� 7?,   7  ,;  ?  ..  .?���,?.  ^ev&a .??   Hay.?and?;Oats   v??7 &f&*>s*y ?  e Wake a Specialty of: Perishable Goods and respectfully solicit  Your  .Kair Orders--Satisfaction Guaran teed. .'  ���E. :w.":BIOSgLE  *E,- NotaryA'Puhiie, ���-���������.  ACCOUNTANT,   fv'll N i!MG   BROKER? AN D   F'NANCfAL   AGENT.  ?':..."?��� Abstracts Prepared and Accounts Collected.  Oivi-'ici-::���Oi'i'osiTH Provincial Govicrnmknt boii.nixG. ";  ���"if-Vl  8 !"�����  il m  y r  ill  of = Britfsfa =  nierica  ���-.sfiililisiifil in l.vii. 7 liM-.ir|M.i'.it.-il b.vKnynl Charter.  , J'aid ?i.'i' Caimtai.    -'-.-   ���-    -   '-?'  -    sS4.-'"'66,'666  ',?''?. Rk'.iKi-tvii'.FrNn .'-'���'.-'-    -    ���    -7   -    -   Si,~o^^p,:\  "?���  Head .Office iii .'Canada:   Montreal.   II. -Stiki'man,  General   Manager.  ������   !<r;inches in all-tne principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  ���S.tn.l'rahelveo. Seattle. Taeoma, I'orlh.md, Si nkaue, 1-iosl.Gii,.Chicago, F,te.  ������?   ASSAY.OFFISSE-   -   .?  Gold ,1.'* us I ' A.ss.iycd.  Purchased or 'l\-:kcu on Consignment?  -    t )ii;ii'!'C'.i.ss;i'.'ir.l; at l-'*\ts-..mabJe Rates,?  ?? It is? withSplerasure?a\-e7publis h?th e  ; fo 1 low in g- ? re por t?r(k i ricl 1 y?. ftr rn r slied ���  ^tis?^)y;??!vlr7?\V? \Vailiice?;:GrHrrieXprr  Jhe7Iiripei-ial^  .taiir??7?rhe;7repbrt7is:v\v];itteii  ���..���N;ei.spii?7?Gii'fpyV'.'.7?.w  ;p'qsing?as'?a^  ?f o?li is ."���'���; jfaiiie.'-'iis 7a? ni i rie r; 7 "\y it li? m ��i?n y  Jyears!77practical?7?ex^  'gr\ie7the:epmmiiuicatipiivyerfe  7??-?7 ^7A tli.ir'7-0B?7 Cy^A/laAAA'^AA  ':^^x0k��^GKm^^^fAAA:.: ���??  ���v 77Dka?r ?S ir :.--- A.!s7,;yo ii?h a;ye?7askecl,  ?hie?tb-?favbur7yqu :witli-a?Ayritleir: re?  !pprt7'7on?7tlie;.Imiie'ri;il??iuine,7:I  ;eiKieaybr7tbclbsp7!n7a7fe  true--\vbrds.; without??;iiiiy attempt-'lb;  bve r??pr? u rr cler'r a te^^  7 7vlMm7a7mi!rer,?pf;7o\rer.?30  ���?jjra c I icap^ex peri en ce ?'|i'i!^  ;ier^ft:;cbiautxres?iricludi.rig,t^  ���tfr^lvsp u tli" Js hpi��p7f ?Ii^,^.SupSt;ipK>7  ;C!pibnrclo7:;Arizbria?r"Qregpm  iirgtoh?::ahd?^7Aiislr"aliaV7:'aiicl77  ;beerr,foreui.au?"ahd?,maiiager:pf spnie(  7ver\?exterisive urines: :;7??.7-7'77 7,??7??  7 7: Jjipc'atioii.? and" vATer^'.^rTThe??Im-  pferial?rriiii'i?is,;siliiatedvbn?lhe7sout.li  slope of?Mbhrb  mountain? about?5  ?mile-itN?N;Ebf 7?Atlitr?: City"?iir7 th^  ,Cassiar7?distrtct77of?-7li.Cv,?aud con-  oistsof fburv^ full,;clainjS-of-i,5bo'feet  ;sc[uare: each?or ,a?lotal' ^of; 208 acres,  irrore':pr71esSvv?v?7 .y.-\ A A A. :������:'<���'������ 7?7-.v?  A Fbrniation.���rThe general..-, .forma-:  tibir .bf; tlie 'district??.'is?7slate?   The  qtiart;^ iii ;��� this ? mirre? is7of?a Avhilish  colour?7streaked7 wiLh?7dee|?>.7rusty'  irbri7staiiis7ancl contaiiiing?free?gold?  cppi)er-?v pyrites, ?hative"? copper? aircl?  galSha?:'airvisible tothcviiakeclieye?:  77.Timber:?7aucl 7Waler;-���'rhere;?7is  plenty-"of .Umber, -on Government  ground?: within ������'?'6ne:-...7ii*iile ;-ol": the  ..'milie for vail  mining   purposes  and  fbivfuel.;- There' is -.'plenty: of water:  on the east,end Of , the 'property 'for-  all"y domestic?-purposes -and-a teii-  stamp'mill.'and a.lai^gei' supply carr  be 7obtained��� from  a  lake aliout a.  niile ?clistaut..,.-There ;is a" good site'  for a mill at the? base of-, tlie mountain, and   electric   power  could be  'supplied , from' 'lire   fulls . on  Pine  creek,' about ix/z  miles .'-distant, -..Ibr  the working of both mill? and" mine.-  j',    Means  of   Access.;���There   is? a  igood waggon   road from Atlin City j  1 right to the property aiid the teams|  I were  hauling   ?)4   tons of ore-to a  load, aiid    making   two trips a clay  easily.. " ���   '   ' .        ,;  The Veins.---The liiain vein is  from 2 to 8 7 feet ..wide-ami treads F.  by 7NYK. and ?\v. ?by S.W., and  dips lo the south, and can Ik: easily-  traced   hy-numerous   oulcropnings  the eufifeSfleiiglli-Sf? the;7:projiertys;  'fhere .are .also,soiij.e?'.'' large?slrJii\gevi"fi  airtersectiiig-tlr'eniai?"' ;V.e'iu.:?i;7; 7 777  ���", '������/\\*"<)r.k; Doiie?:---'7r!fts7:pi-opcrt\?'\\'a*'  ;-.l.>oiid_edi':.tp-:;->v.t-'|r_ep'"?2^  7iboi.itvjuiiej:?i:9f5p?::7,7l7'\v:.is?'y^  ?lyti.ti'did-'tlii_'e??:wp,i.K  ���strirclions77Jrpm?'7th^  7nnirrager:?7^re??i;aiiv?a;?slioi'^  7bf;abOut??2Q?,feet,'?;;crps^tittin^^  ^iTi?2q7fc^t??d.ee|y? ?t 1 fe^i -7r 7cl r i 11 e cl ? 7 tiii -  7yejn7?r 5677 iein??? an^^  ���til pti nt aiir?7;��irrcl"7gaiiu ii g, 7?;a bbut:7pi5&?  ���feet?; :ur?7cleptli?7;7 four  7yer3?fregu]aV,?b'iit7;tlie?^irar-tz7a^  Jcleal.'"?]^  ? waste.7 H A. t:y��pgA etUh^?;S\Micr?r"qate?<5^  ;'assaver7tqjd7;mevlfe;g^  'per? ton ���� jNeani wh ere -?\ve:' qtr i t-..w prk?  't.!fpuiid?!?free^goldj,'ni7.^  vvisi ble7tq?tlie7iiaked ;eye.777!We7: tjieu?  iwen.t7dq\\'ii?bii?the7vCin,?hettr,\yh  :we7erc)SS;Cutvit7aboiit';2q?^  feet?in7,lehglh^fbiincl7gbod7p^  l^vfeetqf'Ore: ?:iu;7 \^  east7end7?77:We?vtlien?-;ran77anbth^  ?tuiirreT7?rqq771eet?7lower?vcipwii7a  ?cross-cut?-'the;7?\-eihi77iqq7.feet?cfe  ?tuei'e?it:wai3787leetr\vicle7777We?ciri^  ed?7abqu 177407; fe^^^^  ���mo'ti p tain7arrcl7i 56? leet??aiig!ing?'bul.7  ^ql?.th'^v?mptni^  . dbiie?? rrearl\77?al togetjr ei'7? will i??th e?  7pick;?;Kuiid?both:?wal|s  {anci^?^i-l??,Hlled^^  ?ay er"ilg i n g??;4 ���?" fefet ?*: hr 7?w.id tli,- ? V ery 7  mrrch'decqmpqsed?7ahd:7brbkerv.'u^  'sq:much?sq7vthai;7it7was rieoessaryvftb?  ���"piit*.'i'rr ti-mbers iit 7;placies :tb7keep-uj??  the?;?i"cof:7?7The7'quartz? vis. entirely?  ;free?frohi.'the?walis;:'with a Fght7talc?  ?g;ouge??l)etweerry'?arrd at;-the .greatest?  depth vv\ve.7 reach eel 7?\ye: still :fbuir*iS::  roots:ru!iiiing down-alorrg the, walls'..-?-.-  The ore frqm??the 7iipper?wqrks, was;  sacked:and shipped?to.'A.tlin',?where7-  :it-was:?milled 7at77a7A"ery7heavy,ex~7.  pense, and the ?Syhdicate"s amalga-  inator? told'7?me?.: it? was? justabbut ���;  payingallexperrses.7, The managers  anralgamatbr 7?'aird.7vassayer?7 vkept?  e:^"er\'7tiiing7:vei"y7 secret 7 arid ?wbuld?  irql:lef?7,mcv;or?7arryprie khowvariy-?  ;tliing?:"cbi-iceriiing :7tlre7 values7sb I?  am7riot'.])C?sted :as"to?these. 77  '7?In cpnclitsipr? I will siry frbni my'���  loiig?experience7l?have ; never seen  any better   showing.?;fbr,a mine, br  tvvobetter.ciefined walls, and .'"if ;oiie- '--  fourth of   the   money   that has al- 7  read}?   been   expended? had    been  spent'iii. driving' a tunnel and cross-  culling   the - vein    five or six iiuu-  clredfeet deep (or I might say looo?  feet)   i:: '.my '.'honest   opinion  you.-.',  would   have   another of British Columbia's big paying ...mines.���Yours,  sincerely, N.Gn.kov.  Asst. Census Commissioner Mc-  Farlane returned oil-Thursday afternoon from the Hudson's Bay Post  at Chesiey river.'-.'160 .miles south  from here. He was delayed for two  weeks pending the breaking.up.of'  tire ice,' and had a very', hard'! rip  home. .Tie promises to furnish us  with a few notes of his travels and  wc hope.1.0 .submit these next week.  ?!!*L_!rl!i" *>il .UAAyy'A  I??.:  8?  17J;  li.;-''-!'.  17-7?  |!i':i.:  |7-!V?7'.'-  |-7*-:.7?v;?  7A?PLiN77&C7.?^TU^^  ''V?'  .7.-",**'V.' .<:-  a  SJi  m  .?  I'ubiisjiivl V'.'V'.'i.'y, -Sal tii'dny'inoriiih*^ jl.v  .'���'. 7!Tiii7.\?i;ii)N Claim   ri.'iii.i.sHtNG.Co.: 7-:  "."'.'"' ?.:   A.(;. II iiiHfjii i--i-:i.i>, HiiiTuif.':  . ?v 7? ?  ?(.) (lice of, publication l^eiirl S'., At I in; H?C."'-..  ?: Advertisiuiiv rates uinde ku'owii f.iriipplication.    ��� 7 "���'?���".:.'?  :'.:.?.?:,"-     ���".'���';.'-:��� ".y.W'y-.:.'���������'::': '������  % The siibscripti.iuprie'eis ���?". a year: pii.v-  ablc iii advance. No paper will he delivered  unless this condition is complied with. ������'���"���   :  SATURilAY?7JUNK78th,? .IQOf  :7lN7?commuhities ?such77as7 burs;  v.7ancl;especiall}--at7this7seirson7.\vlieu  77 the?activity^ of,, the -aiirip hasbarely  7'"7Cpmhiehccd?7the?;,tbiigues7pf7busyv:1  7 bodies7?ai"e? ?awaggtug?;7and?7Dauie7  7?Ruhibur?struts 7airduiid;7 with ?ah ;air  A of importance? 77Tlie;:ATLiN7Gi7AiM  ?? is;fqrCed?i:o ?cbntradict in-most eih-  7;7:?pliatic7?ter Ursa .,repoi-t;: circulated? by  ?7??these3wiseacres7'that?the Claim:is?a  ?v7]irqdigy?bf ���the7fNimr-pd7.SyiKiicate?  7?7thr;bugh7its?lpcal Tmairagei"; ?Mr;?;:R.  y-'.:'?.I)..7,Fetherstbiiliaugli',-^  ?:?receiving the , support?of??���.tbatV.cpiii-7-  :7?pairyJ??7We take thefpreseiit' o'ppqr-  7i?tuiiily7qf?iihpressirig7upqn7the 'pub'-"  77:lic7tlie':ftct7..that?:AVevbwn allegiance  "7?to77iretthef 7.?pnirce?7qr''77poferrtale?  '-'-.gbveriiment, cbhip'arry'nor;indi\riciu-;  777a.l;?;rieither;do7we?receive: subsidy 'or,  7? support?'from? ?anyl7squrce?in?:-that  77cpuriectioh.'v: The ?G'LAiiyi7.?has?7rro  ?7Stnngs���'.: upon   it7?ubr??isj7,it?p,ullihg  77wires77eilher.7? 0ur7patrpns?are,;tlie  -^merchants of;Atlin aiid,district a.ird  7?the: public7?generally,7 7We7clesire,?rrr^  77;all.:qupv endeavors ,?tb;^  7;7partial7vtb7qirr 7:supporters?v?;?:70ur?  '???. col v. mil's are ppen; at?all';' ti irres -to7the  77,publiq iir?sq ? far; as77Cpncerirs;matter  7:?of gerreral:iulerest7to;tlie:pebpielihd?  ? the?clistrrct.    Our ;.,mpttb'?has;?ever  7;beenv" Atlin .First?-   and. ?this - we  will riot alter.or amend for any com-  ,',7'pany .or; individual.    Our interests-  7 are: centered? in ���:. the .district airdin  .fostering these we consider first and  foremost  the  general  upholding of  the   good   name   of Atlin.    To the  fabricators of the  idle rumour concerning  supposed   "leanings,"   we  would   suggest  that   they   put the  foregoing"    " in     their     pipes   and  smoke   it."    Our   independence is  not to be bought.  tience: is now well-high exhausted,  :W'ith?t!ie?^rd?iii7yiew7bf forcing him  t?o?abaird6n"vhis?grouiicl,tlrat7itiuay  Help??fpr?ainoment to -appease���'.';.the  hunger? of? 7these7?ravehous7 wolves?  It passes our'.;comprehension how  the officials;Ciurvcondorie'lhe actions  of? these obstructionists.? ?'0.ur7ad-  vice would?be:that these individuals;  iie: notified 'lb? allcnd; .'.to 'their o'yv'n  business? aiid vnllow ':���.' . those. who are;  williiig7aiid';itiixidu's tbvwbrk?lo Ad  sb7iii:.peaci3?:ancl'' ?if -V not1' to7:iuform  tlienr? that::; tlieir?���-���-rop'iii?.f'Vv.pi.id?b"e':  IretierUiiin tlrerricpnipany.?: ??7? ?-7  W$M  ���..-..? ,/;;B.*��.,:.,;']'J?  ;$ucckss6rs', 7to?'7? ���7?;-',-'7? 'A\ AAA:iM''/i:!A'AAA-;Ai  :|777|?i^  &'FancyiG  ,-'<7,?7 7?/j  A��jm  ���!3:g\  ?7*,\Vi*; "extend??bur?.; best?.wishes?tp;  Brblhfei"7MacKay?late "editor of? the'  ;Ci.Am,7\vho is'-now;vseekihg7his?:(br-  luireiuvDawson.77:::"?:?;?????;??-?-:?-;??.?  tffe&@&&@-'ahd,  rrenspt/Atte,  td"orderss^Giveiis^a:cailA  "&  m  ummAmm$M:  RULE 'OF THE-ROAD;?  77IJiTTFR7?PO??'THI*'7;KDI'rO  ?? Dkar? SiR:;?--Kincny;?;infbrrn.7me  through'the; columhs7bf?your paper  \viiether,;tbe;Britisl?'Cpluhibia  qf::the?rpad;'.;?applies ?iii tliis ;district  or 110 t;??7-Ha vhig7pecas ion ??to7drive  frequentlyvbet ween -.here nuid7?yqur  city .7I7 am7;?cqirtirrually?-:at7-a?? loss;  which? way?t6v;turn.7wheh:'; meeting  other77vehicles?aiid'7 find tliat?by.;f��rr?  the vgreater; .iruriiber?-turri77tb7?tlie;  FINpT?FQUI  :-"77 7;';-W:77'-':^  ?7.7?Rici-: ?6t:?T-I asm*ik?7vF  7:777?77777';'7777-;7::?7Conier,,of'?F^  ;g|p|pi7^?:l| illllllSSi?  I;iiTpQ:rtei-|^^  ''���li *'���'-  r^ght   .instead:  of 7to?:the-left7 7 ?Bv  Sinci", lhe birth of Atlin as a mining camp and its close call of .strangulation   by   judges,   lawyers   ancl  jumpers, it   has  rrow about reached  the fourth summer of its existence.  It was confidently hoped   that   its  infancy of  stri'.e   would have been  followed   by   years   of  peace  ancl  plenty.   Alas ! there is still a skeleton   irr   the closet, ancl the bone of  discord has not yet been buried.    It  seems surpassing  strange that men  who have  absolutely done   nothing  for   themselves    nor  good   for lhe  camp,   should   at   this moment be  using every  effort  to kill progression,   to   handicap  the   individual  miner and haiiij-er the willing companies in their efforts to develop the  untold  riches of the camp.    Were  such   worthless   triflers, with their  satellites, on  the   other  side of the  line, they would   have  fared badly  at the hands of   vigilance   committees, and an ignominious exhibition  of tar aird .feathers would probably  have been resorted  to.   ' Wc fail to  see the aims of these obstructionists,  unless it be  that   of   disheartening  the   individual   miner,    wliosc pa-1 be effected.'  having thisi'/matter distinctly-iuncler'-.  stobd 7:by :all 7driyers?7and77.riders  .serious. accidents'/may- be, prevented.'  ^our%^-j^A-iAAAAA^}A1AA-iiAA:  7??77?7?A7 PriRPLRxiiDvbRivKi'.:??  7??; Discoy eryy? ;B? C.:??4.t.li" J u lie? igb 1 ?  7 - For 7the7 infbrmatibii?7qf:.7?v:Per;;  plei^77Dnv(^?"?'\ve7:*woulcl,7state  thatthe?: Rule: Oi??the7 Road;; asvlaid.  clown by B.C. Statutes, is 'operative  here as?,.well asv/elsewhere/irr .the  Province,? but'?there is7a probability  that, from the number of people from  the other, s,ide-:of, the line,, thereis a  difference of opinion on the subject,  the American custom adopting the  opposite side oi" 'the road to that  laid clown by the B. C. law. We  extract from "The Traffic Regulation Act," Consolidated Statutes, p.  955. the following:  "Sec. 3.  In case  a person travelling  or   being   upon   a highway irr  charge of a vehicle drawn by one or  more   horses, or one  or more other  animals, meets   a   vehicle draw-,i a-'  aforesaid, he  shall   turn   out lo*lh.�� J  UvFT from lhe  center of lhe road, j  ' allowing to   the   vehicle so met, one j  half oi the road.  "Sec. 4. In case a person travelling or being upon a highway in  charge of a vehicle as aforesaid, or  on horseback, is overtaken by any  vehicle or horseman travelling at a  greater speed, lhe person so overtaken shall quietly turn out lo the  i,i-:i-'T and allow the said vehicle or  horseman lo pass.  "Sec. 5. Irr case a person travelling upon a highway in charge of a  vehicle or upon horseback- shall  overtake any vehicle or horseman,  it shall be the duty, of such person  lo turn out to the kight, and if he  finds it impractible to turn out as  aforesaid, he shall so regulate the  speed of his horse as to allow the  overtaken vehicle or horseman to  precede him to some point on the  highway where such turning out to  the  right and a passing  can safely  7-6libij^i.;^^  A.7;j,Baker  Manager.  o  ATLIN BUEWINtO Co.  i'rkwkrs 01* sti-;amuand lac".i-;r iskkr.    nonk hut-tiik  BlvST . INGRlCnUCVTS      USKIl    IN    THIi    AIAXUKAC TURK     til-'.  iHR   HI-IHk.Vil!-:   ONLV   15KKWKRY IN TIIK ARCTTC RHGIONS.  ORDKKS  I'KOMl'TLV h'lLLKI) l-'UK ALL  PARTS OK Till*;  YUKON',  TERRITORY   AND   NORTHWK3TKRN    Hit IT IS 11    COLUM15IA.  .*���������������   -   ��� .AT I, I N,  B. C.  Thermal ��� Vapour  "V. BATH&!\  Troy Laundry & Bath House  Lake St., lu-t. Rant nnd Watson Ave.  C. II. CoKi'lN, I'rop.  Vancouver General   tore.  CARRIFS A FULL LINK OF  GENERAL MERCHANDISE  1 A. vS. Cross & Co  1st. Street Atlin.  ���Pt  GO    TO THI  <a.ncl  J. L. MUNRO, Proprietor  Adjoining the Leland Hotel.  SROWNLEE & LOWRY  ' J. H. Brownlce, P.L.-S���'D. L.S.   -  K. C. l-owry, A. M. I. C. r.7  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  Land Surveyors.  Pica Kir. Stki*KT, Atlin, B, C,  W. G. PAMTOM,  notary i'uhlic.  OFl'lCIJ:.���Pearl Street, opp. Post Ollice.  All Kinds   of. Mining Papers  Made   Out. .  ������Several years'  practical   experience.   ' HOTEL VANCOUVER;  m*ST liquors a cfgars  Goon  Accommodation. ��� IIkbtauhant n*  ,     CONNKOTICN.  ''   S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Ooii.l Stiih'iiiir for Homes anil Dpjis, ��6$  <j  ATLIN'.  B..C,  SATURDAY. JUNK, ��,   1901.  I'W-****-**'-*****  fan,  ixun  ancl1"  Northern  B. C.  Views  KliOiU  ay to'Atlin &  :-s>o*��-��a**��*3��*3*a*  taken on Creeks  anywhere in  \e District.  WOO   Views   to  al^tct   front  ��o*o*o*a*'o'-<->0"-t>D-��  S  &  PLATES  rped and Printed  From.  .Orders   Promptly  Attended   to  Claim Building,  vTLIN,  li.C.  r^*<z***w*4HW#a  i)!-;.\li-:rs in  Shelf   an  re9  SOLE   AGENTS   FOR ,  GIANT   POWDER    CO.   Con.,   of Victoria,   B.   C.  Call on us for Prices.  40 and GO oer cent Dynamite in  25 and 50 pound Cases.  ,     , Cor. of PEARL and FIRST ST., ATLIN,  B. C  T  m  Royalty   on   Placer   Mining  Raised.  The nontals and Fees for Water  Grants Havo Boon Almost  Doubled.  Il is*not generally known by the  miners in this camp thai lire royalty  on placer gold won fiom this aud  other placer , camps0 in British Columbia has been increased from one  to two per cent upon the gross output. This was first brought to our  - attc-.liou lasl week and for the information of tho:-.e whom it may  concern we publish the following  extract from the Amending Act of  1900, entitled "Taxes upon Property." Owing to the fact that  there is no mention of Royalty included in lhe Placer Mbiing Act  iror in the amendments to that Act.  passed this year, the' increase has  been sprung" upon miners like the  bursting of a bomb shell. Tlie  irrcrease was made oir August 31st,-  last, to take " effect from the  ist of July last, but ere the news  reached here the season had about  closed .so that but very few of us  were affected thereby. However,  two per cent has been collected this  season ancl the enforcement ofil  without any' previous knowledge ol*  the increase, has rather surprised  the miners. Here is the section referred to:  " 10. There shall be assessed,  levied and collected quarterly from  ry person owning, managing,  leasing or working a mine, and  paid I'; Her Majesty, her heirs and  successors, two per cent 011 the assessed value of all ore or mineral-  bearing substances raised, gotleu or  gained from any lauds in the Province, and which have been sold or  removed from the premises: Provided, however, thai all ore-producing mines net yielding ancl realizing  on ore a market value of $5000 in  any one year; and all mines (placer  or dredging) not producing a gross  value of $2000 in any one year,  shall, upon a verified statement  from the owner or manager of the  mine, certified by the assessor of j  the district, aud forwarded to the  Minister of Mines, be entitled to (a)  a refund, in the case of ore producing mines, of one half of lhe tax  paid, and (b) to a refund of the  whole tax in the case of placet: or  dredging mines. The taxes imposed by this section shall be in  substitution for all taxes upon the  land from which said ore or placer  gold is rained or won, so long as  said land is net used for other than  mining  purposes, and shall also be  irr substitution' for nil taxes upon  the personal property used in the  working of said ������i"';ujs.  "\.\. This Act -ha'i Ik'dsi'ined 10  have been iu force: on anil from ihc  first day of July,  1900."  lljniglil also be well to in form  those who have obtained or arc  contemplating obtaining, water  grants of the material increase iu  lhe .icale of fees imposed under the  Water Clauses Act of .S97', by an  Order in Council passed on October.  16th last.  The fees, by the new schedule,  are", practically double those ol" the  previous scale, as may be seen from  tlie. following: r  "For every record or interim record ol" roo inches or less, $10;  old raie, $5.  " For'every' additional too inches  up to 300, $20; old rale, $5 lor  every additional 50 inches.  "For   every   additiorral   100 above  300 inches up to 2000, $30; and,  " For   every additional 1000 up  to  12,000, SLio.  " In   respect   of every record or interim record   air annual fee up to  the! first   300   inches of $5; old  .    rate $3.  " For every additional 100 inches  up to 2000, $3; old rale $1 for  every 50 inches."  THE MERRY MASQUERS.  The   Masquerade   Bail   at   Discovery.  " Rich Man, Poor Man, Beg'gar Man,  Thief," and " Slack Men, White  Men," Have a,Good Time.  The Masquerade Ball held al the  Nugget Hall in Discovery, on the  the 31st ulto, was a success beyond  the most sanguine expectations.  There was a large aud merry gathering from all over the dinttict. Mi.  Tom White did .the duties of floor  manager as to tlie "manor born."  The music, by the line City Orchestra, under the leadership of  Mr. Stotl, was excellent, arrd nothing was led undone which could  add to lire pleasure of lhe evening.  It would take up loo much of our  space to make mention of all lhe  costumes, but wc give a few of the  most prominent. There was a  "chiel was amang us takin1 notes"  and these notes wc append:  Mrs. Harry Stocl and Miss Lucas,  the two pretty summer girls, were  awarded the prize for the best dressed ladies.  Miss   Obar,    as Pocohontas,  was  very   dainty   and   pretty;   she  received the prize for the best sustained female character.  ..Walter .-Owen, our genial protec-  Conlinued on next page.  SUL1NER & PARROTT.  Livery  Stables.  Saddle Horses,    Buggies,   Road  Carts,  Pack Horses for Hire.  Stages    Leave ' Atlin    for   Discovery  Daily from tha Royal Hotel.  APPLICATION   FOR   LAND..  "IVrOTlCf*; is 'hereby aiven that. Sixty flnys  after flare T intend to apply to tho Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase the tollowin'g deseribeil  truer of liinil: Commencing at a poit planted  on the shore of Tnliii Arm, about half a mile  East of the month of Wan river; theuee  south one mile: thence west one mile:  thence north one mile, more or less, to the  shore of Taku Arm, thence following! the  shore of Taku Arm to the point of commencement.  JOSEPH TALLMTRU.  ��� .May 10th. 1901. 2m-jl  J. B. NORTON & Co.,  GENERAL MERGHAF4DISE,  BOULDER   CREEK,  All Good-, at Atlin Prices���['i-eijrhtiug Done.  ' Leave Orders ut Pilliiiim's.  ULIXS KGGKRT & SON,  c  Swiss  Watchjia ricks,  And   niniiiifiK'luriug jewellers.  All kind., of nugget ivork executed w ith  neatness and dispatch.  I'ir.st  st.   next, to Vancouver (5euer.il Store  T7"TRKLA'NL> HOTKL,  I\  I'tR.ST   STKKKT.    ATLIX-  J.   KIRK'LAND,  - Manaoi-r.  First-class dining room  Aird lClegant Sleeping Rooms.  See  HIRSCHFELD  s  KOR  the  N  OTIC'IC is hereby given that the I'ollow-  iiiu definition ol (lie huffmlni-ies of the.  IL'iuirtt I,aki- -Minint;' 'Division is siibstit uted  for the description of (lie said Division-published in the liritish Columbia Gazette til  the IKIth of November, USilfl:--  P.iiNSETT Lakh Mining Divimox.  Commencing* on tlie IjOth. parallel, noTtY.  latitude, h here il intersects iijth the west  shore of Tnkti A i-m of the Tagish Lake::  thence southerly, follow ing the nest .shore  of said lake to its southern extremity:  thence southerly along the height ol land  between the Lynn Canal and the Taku Rivet-  to the. International, lifuindary: thence .  north-westerlv following said boundary In  its intersection with the height of laud I'm m-  ina the watershed betneen the south fork of  the Wheaton Kiver on the east and the Kusu-  Vuh River ou the west: theuee north ou said  height-, of land to its intersection wilh the  (itlth parallel: theuee east along said parallel  to point of commencement.  Notice is hereby   given   that the laud comprised   within   the   uuder-ineutlouefl boundaries   is   created a .Mining   Division, under  the style of the " Chilkat Milling Division":-  CiiiIjIcat Mininii'Division.  Commencing nt a ixiiiiton thetiOth parulle"  where it intersects with tlie height of land  forming the watershed between the soutle  fork ofthe Wheaton River and the Kusawah  River: thence south-easterly, tollowing the  -said height of laud to the liouiulary between  Alaska and l-iritish Columbia: thence west  and north, following said International  Roiindary to its iuterseotioii with tlie lidtli  parallel north latitude: thence east, following the tilltii parallel to |ioint of commencement.  Tho foregoing alterations will take effect  on mid after the Ist day of May. IDOL  RICHARD McHKlDI",  Minister fif Mines.  Department <��f Mines.  2l)th April, MM.  It-inl8  PROVINCIAL RliCRl'TAKY'R OI-'IflCK.  JJTS    HONOUR   the   Administrator   of the  Government in Council lias been pleased  to make the following appointment: ���  i'ltli April, 1'KH.  Captain   William   John   Rant.  S. il.. to be  .Mining   Recorder   tor   tlie   Chilkat   Mining  Division, to reside   and   usually perform his  duties at Wells, Cassia.- District.  squer;  le.  Orders taken at the office ot the  Claim for the latest picture of King  Fdward Vf'I.  ^O^CX^O^O^O^O^O^C^O^O^O^O^^O^O^^O^OCO^O^O.^O^O^O^O^O^i  THK.   KOOTENAY    HOTEL.  George E. Hayes, Proprietor.  Cor. First and Trai.nor Strkkts.  This I*"irst Cla.ss Hotel   has   been   remodeled and refurnished throughout  and oilers the best accommodation  to  Transient or Permanent  Guests.���American anil Kuropoau  Plan.  Finest   Wines,   Liquors   and   Cigars.  Billiards   and    Pool.  ''���*��0*��C����*000-*0'"K>*s*>0''>0'��0^  ��  BUILDER  AM)  CONTRACTOR  HSTIMATKS  GIVKN ON   ALL  KINDS OF WORK  PLANS ANDSPKCIFICATIONS  A    SPECIALTY  BRICKS FOR SALE.  OFFICE:   Third Street, Atlin-  NKXT TO CHl'RCU OK   KNOI.AXI).  veni:  Ah  rfnT?'  AiJL^i.  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  FREE BOWLING -ALLEY.;  J.  TA.LLMIRH, Proprietor. ,  7U  i"WiiTTSH��RUif?W WPJm ���//,-'  ?7.?7.77?,7  .c7,-,-..,?.:��:  Ii-rilv  I!7:  Ibaitii  7-A.a-l^Np7P;?C;;?SATUK;i>AX  .'7-,:.?.r-::?::7v..Vy���v.?7.:-7--;.-.... .rr-v-r.: ? .-.-Vi'--rS "77'- '-���      .'. .:���- ...r.,.-;? 7777??-,..7?', ::-7-7.?v----':?,���. .-7  ?7?v;-7-''7-;-7;;'-7777?7:?-7;:77j:?ll'e;7::;Klon  ??-?������ "-v????? A'':A:.y-   ?���'.���. ?f;'7;pf:sidOiTi"??ii'^^  - ���7:.v?:77v?77?:--7?7;7;;7-'77v?CAi?RVi^:;:A 7i*'U  Groceries,? Boots and-Shoes, Gents' Furnishings and -.'Miners'-"���'Supplies?'  A 7.7 7 - ��..-��*. y&IEWTm<a:-'-& 'C?���� ���7-77?-77??.77.-7?-??.: 7 ,?.  ?P1GKED UP HERE^ND THE^E?  Church of Kiigliiud: ? "?    v   7?       *.-.?.  'St.M ti' i-1 in's Oli ii reli'. cor. Th ml ,n nil Train -  in* streets. '-Sunday services, .Matins lit  .11 a?  v ni., I*'vciisoiig(7:'t0 p. m.v Celebration of Holy'  Communion,  1st' Sunil:..v in each mouth and  vim Special 7oi.-ciisious?,-.Suiii!a.v'7 School, ,81111-,  .day at   il. p.   ni.    .Committee ? Meetings,' 1st  rThui'siliiy in ei1cl1.1n011tir.7v 7? 7 ?',?.?;;?  7  7 7     7       ..:-; Kev. i?.:!,. Stephenson, Keetoi\  r-7 St.. 'Aiiilreiyls^.i'i-esli.vlei-iiiii: CJIini'ch : I10I1!  7si'i-vices in ? ttiq 7Clili>*e|i??iiii    Second .Street,  ���v'ild'r.iii.'i'ir'l* ?serVii;e;-nt'il  .evening service? 7iltti  'Siiuda.V;School nttiie,close?of. the,. inbiMiiiig  service..:'- .Key. ,L;Prinjile. Mi 11 isti'i*. ?...  THE MERRY MASKERS.  7v?'7:Atlju'77?Lc^ge}'?^  7?7\Vv, 77;rneets*7irr?-the?;. A'i'LiN?7C i.A 1 ri 17  ?.7B.lbck;7on77;the7-secbiicl 77incl-771bu?th;.  ^WtdiVe'sd'ays'^  7jbur'riirigj7brethrenvare:vcc.i'dially iu-?  ;7;yitecl',tbiatlend7,7?..7;';'7-.777?,.7,:.?;v7: V};}?  ?���':?"Ayoid7all acliesvaiicl-paiUs,.by7tak-  7iii'o7.'a ?Thermal?7-biith7,at7 the ?;Tro\^  ; v.Da' tin dry A A > . 7'.- A -���������yAAy A. A ���; A A :'A  7?*Pipin'g7cbiuiueiicedv?tlris?\yeekvpn?  ::7.the;Atliir;77Miriiug??Coy7's7;prbperty?  ?7oir McKee :creek. ��� 7.-.'.Every tliing;is?fh-  7: sir a pe?fpi7a?s'u ccess fill  season 's'-.'rii'n.  :7 Mr.?Fetherstpnhaugh Ayentvdown?tb;  7vMcKee?-W*'edriesday? 10 7be? present  v'\vhen the?\vater.v\yas turned?bh7???7?  ????;The?}ioca.l7??'telegraph?7 office ?has;  77.beeu?besieged7every: clay? this ..week  v?by'-people-? wantmg.?to;7k now? about  ;:^7Vthe7??lDoat???:;7We? wouicL?suggest  ;?that}?llie?7bperalbr.7vput,6ut7lrqur"ly,  v;'}builetiirs? "?},The?: ;Vfiret?7bpirt7^iike  ?7these';'s?<AVelcbme!;nuggels?"v?isvloag  O' cornirigr   7?   7:     ':-,,,   -?7'-7;7.7..7,7?7  ?Continued irorh Thrrclj^ige?}'?  lor. of lhe: pcMtce7 represented .Count  ;d:e; Cassellaine,:with7?rdl? the. giaoc?  and manner of ;a Freuchvgehlleinuii...  So7.we.ll.did. he'suslaiii:.his chanicter.  Ihatlris best?7frieiids7dicl vnol.eveu?  recognise';, hiin, 7?,yet '���;'.��� lie"'.Ayore 7 up  ;inaskl77?7Tlie.7:prize},71br7;?the7 best  dressed? gehtlemau7Avas7 awarded '.to-  hi m.?- ������-.-:. -:??-?7-:- '7 7v-;'-?7.'?'- y-Al:;i: -v.?'?-?-???'  A J?7f;.?:Wtillace?7of 7theV;B*inlc?bf  Conimei"ce,7as.?Patvvan'7r:uslr?geiitle-,  mairTancl contractor:}lbr7lhevC.7i?:;R;??  took, thc.prize? fbrlhe? best? suislai lied  miilc;?}^  Pat;s;::Ayin27?7Maniie77Was};spleiidid?  SI r e; s ta le:i}? tl rlt?} Pa t }:"su;ppprtecl?hei7  twenty 7 niirrutes? :?then'7his7rhbiiey  gaveout and si le-lr'as"1 supported 7 lii m  Iweiityyears????'?1??????':????^:. ??..'.;' ?v? 7  "��� Frank 7Brackett?'as rah-bldimaid;?  with".aii--aroma bf bhibns ancl a, high  .....V,..,.  ..;,..\ V .V.VV?':;7.V-;   .-.'V. 7<J7?: .'   ���������,,?-.,-,.'..    ��-..',  colour;,-.; was' 7Marhie-s?7ch urn .7}?Tlre  get-up \vas}fine,btrt:if Frarik'-wotrld  pr 11 ne.dris ?nosesvandTTfeet}he?might  'ptiss7<isvKatlieriiie:7?7;7?v;v_777'?7-?;,v7;,?;7,.v  v M -rs.; G eorge = H ay es,7go wii ed -:(,i 1 i?a.:  STOCK  -LEADING? HOUSE  ?-;7-}7?7;}?Boq  :7vOF??-:<':GdLD^}SE^  ?? ?H:UN<:!ICS :Ml:   White'II orst;, Yii'ioiV,vnii(ii)isr:owy, i!.. t:?.?,? :-?7-7:7 7 v1,; ;���  %/J  llilRPI  g^OT   ^j-^  '"IST"?KCn ���  ??;7:?Tlre Stuirise;Coyi?had?their grant  ' at? work oh7upper Willow creek last  /Saturday,'. Avith?Mr.7Reirt' as  pipe-?  ���'.'.-'man.-.-.-'-   77 .-���--'��� ??- ;?7?7-,.;-'-''-���?, -'���'-.-..'-?"������  ������'}-' Just 7A;rrived-r--irew7 slripment:: of  ? clothing?   furnishings,     boots   arid  shoes at Newton's,?,Discovery, .will  be sold at'great reduction:'?? -- --?, --���-?���  ?-; All .kinds, v of 7'Garden- Seeds- lit  ;7Pillman,& Co7s.?-7}.777???7  ''/.'���- At ' the "l'rour of. going to press  ..the ?' Gleaner '" . was reported, to be  .somewhere between - Caribou a..d  Tooehi, keeping epmpany? with an  ice-floe... She is Teported to 7 lraye  a   few -passengers and a full  cargo  of freight..'..- :?....7 ...7}..v      =..??-���  ? Strictly "Fresh    Ranch: liggs; 60  ��� cents per dozen at .Pillman & Go's.  The   receipt   of a  few 7 sacks of  mail on Monday   \vas   momentarily  about as welcome as   lire   boat.. It  took the carriers ex.ictly?eig!it days  to make the trip from -Log Cabin..  Full Hue  of Farrcy. Stationery at  Pillman & Co's.   7 ���':'"'  N. B.���The  ice   ",went out" on  Atlin  lake  between   Sunday night  and   Monday morning, the 2nd aiid j \  3rd iusts, and the beautiful-expause I  of water was  a sichl fc.r st.ir e'en.  Fishing tackle, *X:c. at Dockrill's. !  Mr. Christopher is reported to be j  relurning     to   Alliu   by   an   early j  .beautiful,,pink? silk?-.trimmed?wrtIt  daisies7? represeiiling77;Spriiig,77?i-e:  'raiiidecl? lis that ,;6.ur;7?miich -longed,  tbrvSpriiig'is:a?month,late7??';7.7 ??:7;'7  ;7:7Majiyvgugii?eyes}\yerecast;pjv:U  .Stubblefie!d7;;even?:the;silv^rj^mbbh-  hncl 7stars7 made:?eyes? at the;pretty  :p;ictiiTe':bfr;Nigh't:'??7v"?77r'?,'7????7  ? Jim'McKiirnoh,7a??Broi-ce}"Miner  .from':.Gold Run,?was'eclipsed, l>y his  rival Tivlro?'stayed; with Gold Run,'-:  reprie.sehtecl'';M3y:'-Jack-}--veartm'el? arr'd  whose generbirs?:display of .riuggets  did one's.heart?gocd;?lo think' what  may :bedn .store fbr7the ,?!sta vers. V ?'...'  ? Pla.i :Dave.,PIastie 7pres'entecl him'-,  self as.a"Barber?a lew weeks earlier,  we:should7?haye   tficd?tp ])ers,uade  liim. to' remain.������?'-' ?-" ,,??' }"'?'?--"? 7  ,7l'a've?;Burfoii   arid Mr. McFeely?  as Cake-walkers, 'certainly, took-tlie  cake.   THad ''���they?'.'?siis't'aii-.edv--?tlieif.  characters; the j-���' would   have carried  oil". th e. p rize. _:..?'; .7.: ?..?;. A A A.., ?7. 77, iA  .... Free1?7 .Wrong 7.impersonated . otir  weekly7newspaper,7;ai.id ?\ve: fe!t?w.e;  hacla-Claim?on him fbrdoing}so.:7;  '"-.'���'Mrs. Wrong,',as?ji Morning   Star,  looked,exceedingly pretty.   ,   '     ?   ?  '?   Mrs? ,Mobley,': in the guise of Red  Riding;Hood, ssem   haunted by tlie  Wolf that wasn't there.  Mickey Richardson . was - qiiite.at  home as '.'Hobs.". ,  ���   Father Newton,   in   his   luinible  mien was-a father, and adviser to. all  the ladies.   '   . ?  Roy Taylor, as lhe "Girl With  the Golden .Hair "Hanging Down  Her Back," was so well gollen up  tlrat no one knew him.     -'. ���  Mrs.. Campbell,' as Night, captured the hearts of all the boys.  Miss McDonald, of Pine City,  was a 'blushing bride attended by  her bridesmaid,   Miss  Folcv.    The  'Phis   New  -,<77.?7'.'?;7-;7,:v  -'���-'��� .,v:.-l6th,-'.  7.7''-v:?'?7?7:77'77E'.'.7ROSSE-LLI.7;;Wlahager,:77?  ??;��� Gorner?Peai*f and Firs tStreets? Atlin -.13? Cvj??; ;?7  ?7{iiici?7"Goitnn(K^  1901.-}���Ivveryliii.iig?,ii,i Jit7is?,Nc\\77??S^  7?cii()!(xsr^w:Nrsi-i.iQiJoirs::ANi>7aoARS-���--t:Asr (i��oi)s?A7si'rciAi:iY.7}.??}7;?}77?7?;;7,  !���.-?  7r\t tlie^Old: Stand-^Gor??First^  Streets?}  tti^lic$f#  ik-ii.?Gn?i;u^iljK Prop:?  7 \Va 1 ,t v. r ;'l' ri a i'-i 1 icvM gr7-;  ?i|M^k:  :������'  Ei-iies t|]Ki;ri^ 77|Jli^H b  j��  9 k  ���AAy^'Sia^^-iLeave^-ferAAAAAAA  ^Buggies and Saddle Hoi-se^vfor??:  }���-'"??���???'" AA :'?v7 ���Hire;??}.?;: ??-��� AyAA>'  7     Freighting a Specialty.  Leave Orders'-"at the Russell ;Holel:-  l-Youi the"iiusseil? liotel,?Atliii at,���'?-���,'  7 rb.'3o:'.'a',."tii ���?} t p;ht7 and 6 p'.'ih.; 7?  .- ? 7?:.' v^: 7;    7?;: 7 ,\.NU;17I(0M :?"-.'?   ''-';���   7.?.--  Ths   GOLD ' HOUSE,    Discovery,  7 "8 a.in.,71.1.30 a.m. and 3.p.in??'���-..  B :",  M7ll^7MAFP|^  ,}S 7^-ft^;  R66111 s ancl vBeds'     ?   ������A'-A^'AAy^'liAAyy  7'77'7;?;7?:7???..7}.}}^.:^  T  B���%o  -:-v7;v7-?:;.7--7:7-;r7v :?vv?,7-7:77DISCOVERY-,7-B.(C.--7 7 ?-?.,., 7-7 :v?.?7;7.?.?,7  ..-?'���}-Comfortably Furnished?Rooms--Bythe\Day,7:Week or Month.  7:;7 ?};7?v};7? }?Vj\IKRICAN  7   ,?7 --   ...v?.?     -..:  .?....? v.7.   7.7.L'Lbatiikiidai.k, Proprietor.'.,  r^i-^-^sj^   *R<.Ai ' Fine, new'Four-Horse Seratogo leaves tiiis Motel at :  i^lXqil,i>lUS..;.    ,        ?  SH.n,.,!!. ;1o ���.���,. a���cl:i o'clock for Atlin. 7  boat with a plant for McKee creek  Are   you   going to build or make ! characters were verv well sustained  'alterations ?~-I.f so, sec Olive*.   Men J ,md h;irdIy any one kneu, Ulem_       . (  always on hand. . ������     Discovery-was delighted to see so j  New and Second   Hand "Tin iliul GruiiiteWaie, Iron  Steel, Picks-, Shovels find  I'lacksm jth's  (,'oiil, Ciiant.Poiyiler, Caps, l.-'use and Vukon Stoves. '   ?  Goods, Bought   Sold   and   Cxcliiing'eil."  .    . ".''������' FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  NoKTiiiiRK-'Hoticl Building,  I/'irst Stri-:i*:t.  ���I. ti. COII.NKI.I,.  iR B HIV B  Our  ews  of l he'Creeks"  ;i".*:a:rv Alliu   friends   at the Ira  teeiv   crowded   out   this week, bul ' they    ,!iav   he   nss���rec|' 0f  there will be lots iu our next issue.  may  welcome at all, times..  md I  a warm  Furnished rooms  Hotel Northern.  in   rent  I  or disinfectants go lo Dockrill'  G. K. IL> VKri.  Discovery.  OPKN  DAY .AND.NIGHT.  FIKSV-C17ASS RESTAURANT-  ���   ',    -   IN"      '"-"������  CONNKCTION.  It'll flfJIIU  Hull,  A I  '11 i-i-i.i I .s- slu;:-e.  PINE TREE HOT!  DISCOVERY?.13. C.   "  Finest of ..liquors.     Good stabling.  K11. SasoS, Proprietor.  JA  I". LINK  BATHS  BAkiiKR  i-'i*cii.,  SHOP  Now occupy t lif-ii- new i|ii:irlers next  to tlie Unnli of li. X. A...first Street.  The tint li- mollis 11 rt  illy 11s  >d as fount!  ���Tv.*  b?.--J  111  cup-.  Pr  iynt..  IJntriint*.* I"|* In.ijes,


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