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 l��  VOL.  ATLIN. B. C, SATURDAY.   MARCH,   16,   icjoi.  NO. S7.  JUST--ARRIVED-  Our Spring: Stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods ���  Selected to suit the taste and needs  of the Ladies of Atlin.  In Men's Furnishings wc can show sonic lines in:--  FANCY  'SHIRTS , "    FINE AMERICAN SHOES  '     HOSIERY       " CJOLD SEAL BOOTS  SUSPENDERS  UNDERWEAR  GOLD SEAL SHOES.  CLOTHING.  We have a. Fine Line of English and French Briar Fipes.  OUPs STOCK OF GROCERIES .!$ LARGE AND COMPLETE.  PRiOES REASONABLE.  BLACKETT-ac  IU5  Atiin's Bcterimaation of an Hitherto Doubtful Prospect.  MOST'  GRATIFYING     RESULTS    PROM    UNITED    ENERGY.  The ��� Fine Creek Tunnel Syndicate Completes the First Part of its  Contrast with the Leaseholdersr--A Soon for the Atlin District  as a Hydraulic Camp. .. , .   .  ��� After twenty-four dayscontiuuou-"  work, three- shifts daily, bedrock  has been struck on the " Race  Horse''' property, in the Miaft sunk  on the "Lillian'.' cl.'iim. by the  Pine Tunnel Syndicate and the prospects found in last winter's shaft  on the same ground have been fully  viified. This nro\es co-.clusively  lhat the pay chain cl�� of i ine follow  ihe vaile'y from end to 'cud, and  have a unifomi value. Tlie g. Id  taken from bedrock was \ery coarse  and uuggcty aud strongly resembles  that of -the Willow creek run, live  miles up the valley. The'appearance ol" tlie pay gravel is also very  similar, and bedrock is the characteristic serpentine formation . observed lo underlie Willow creek  ,n d vici'.'ily. Bedrock was struck  at a depth of forty-four feet, and although the gravel taken from the  shaft has not yet been sluiced out,  it would appear from tlie panuings  made Uiat one of the later runs of  liie cieek lias also followed the same  channel, having for its bedrock a  cemented, mixed b.idy of clay aud  ��Ta-.c!, uhich immediately overlies  the silty overburden of I lie  bedrock  lead.  Thc camp is to be congratulated  on the ei.ergetic y>"ay in which our  first local  enterprise  took   hold   of  prospect work,, and the greatest  difficulty encountered in handling  the steady flow of water' in  ill is {-/articular shaft, which in  ihe absence of a steam pump, made  siukirg a slow and laborious  m-il'tcr.  ft is impossible as yet to estimate  the -.values contained in either of  these runs," but the prospect taken  fiotn- bedrock tends to increase the  e-ilimate made last winter in the  shaft then flunk when the pay  streak tliere struck was est i ma led  to-run from ��[5 to SiS per cubic  yard. It 'is now doubted whether  last year's shaft really stiuck bedrock on the channel at its depth .of  thirty feet. The present shaft is  not i:k "e than ten or fifteen feet  farther to the north yet goes down  at least twelve feet deeper, allowing  for the difference in surface level.  From the data kept during last  year's sinking many are of the  opinion that the prospect then  .bund was taken from .tlie false  bedrock of the upper 11111, which  may have rested on the rim or on a  large boulder obstructing.. the  channel.  Fiom a cross-section furnished'  us by JSIr. MolTatt, the: following  strata appear to have been cut  through   in    thc   new   shaft before  and gravels, 9 feet; wash gravel,  carrying" pay, 5 feet: Uustratificd  sills, and gin\Tls, carrying boulders  (bjuld'-r clay), 5 feet; Silt deposit,  distinctly laminated, 8 feel; wash  gravel, containing an abundance o!  quartz and carrying coarse gold,  "miggety" on bedrock, 6 feel; bedrock, a serpentinized rock, heavily  mineralized with iron pyrites.  As the contract, made between  the Leaseholders' trustee, Mr. J. H.  Brownlee, and the Syndicate, expires April 1st, and there still ��� remain's oyer Si000 of work to be  done in order to complete" the Syndicate's contract' and give title to its  contingent interest in the property,.-  some fear was expressed that the  work' yet remaining (drifting on  bedrock) could not be completed  within the next twenty days, ,owing  ���'to the constant flow of water. As  Mr."Br6wnlee did <:ot desire to expose the .Syndicate lo a possible loss  of its interest through defaulting  on the contract he baud homely offered to assume all further - respon-.  sibilily "on its part, and himself  install a steam pump with" a capacity sufficient - to keep bedrock  drained while fuither prospecting  progressed. This he assumed provided -the Syndicate placed at his  disposal the-sum of $'900 with which  to thus complete their contract with  his.'principals. It speaks vol tunes  for the. Vitality ol the camp that  this sum s'lioiild have bsesi subscribed almost at the instant at the  meeting of the-Syi'dir-ate, Tue.Kkn  evening, at which Mr. f3iownlee'.--"  senerous offer w-��s made.  Iu addition to this concession on  the part of the Leaseholders theii  trustee further consented to finance  the $'-'300'due to him under the  contract in ord.'r to clear the  charges on the property. Thus our  local enterprise has gol down to  bedrock on the Leaseholders' properly without' having to get down  to bedrock in their .treasurer's  strong-box.  The benefit to the camp of the  successful issue Of this happy venture cannot be over estimated. It is  in a way a second Discovery on Bin-  creek and should stimulate furt'iei  ventures of a like nature in othe,  portions of the valley, along the  course of the old glacial stream  With the indications recently uncovered on the Stevendyke propcrU  aud now, again, on the Race Horse  group, this course should not be difficult of definite determination.  .Mr.' Brpwnlee's unwavering faith  in the lower reaches of Pine valley  this   proposition.    Over   $f.ouo   iu j Ix'.drock was   reached: .Surface drift  cash and labor was expended in the 'material,    ti   feet;    Stratified   silts  has thus   been   proved   1101 in any  way misplaced.  Although k::own iu great part Ut  many of our readers, the history of  this particular prospect' may be retold with, profit as'well as with the  interest that always attaches itself  lo success. When Mr. Brownlee  first acquired the Lillian property���  it was iu the eaily days of the camp,  --it was,, an isolated lease claim  with nothing yet developed in,its  vicinity, that could lead the.  most optimistic to ascribe '.,,-to  it any particular value, its. distance being so great from the  main scene of activity, Discovery  basin. \'et, with , his' usual determination to force the issue with Our  Lady,, Fortune, he very quietly and  methodically started the .still hunt  for the nuggets found on Tuesday last. , .,;  In the winter of last year as.soon  as sinking operations could be commenced with some certainty of controlling \ possible water, Messrs.  Cross and Macintosh, the latter one  of, the best practical miners in the  district, joined him in sinking the  preliminary prospect to 'which reference has already been .made. Mr.  Macintosh reported the discovery  of a lead running through the properly about 1200 .feet-north of-the  present--creek, which at this point  and for "mil=s above, had proved  barren. This discovery created no  little excitement at the time, but  Mr. Brownlee's abse* ce.from the  camp for some month's thereafter,  postponed immediate.development.  The shaft, not having been timbered, caved in immediately tlie  spring opened and upon his return  fur*her prospecting was deferred  till this winter.- ; ;  -In November last the Pine-Tunnel Syndicate was crganized for the  purpose of running a 1200-foot  tunnel from the creek to the vicinity  of the . dismantled shaft, wi.h the  idea of draining the channel-.supposed to have been found. - This  tunnel was not run in very far. .before it became evident that it .would  not hit bedrock in the'distance expected. Several shafts" were then  sunk on the proposed line of th-  tunnel with the idea of verifying  the depth to bedrock, but in each  case water was encountered which  could not be" handled w'illi the appliances within the' immediate reach  of the miners.- Finally a new shaft  was started wifh the bold determii.-  atiou to get'to "bedrock or bu'st."  Three shifts relieved one another  ���   Continued on Fourth Page.  BREWERS OF-STEAM ANI> LAGER  11KKR.      NONE IHJT Till-  ��� HlUT.IX'VlU'^IIv'iTi     USED    IN'   TUlC   MANUFACTURE     CM*  OUR  BEER.THE   ONLY  UREWERY IN' THE ARCTIC .REGIONS.  OROE.4-! fit J Ml'I'i Y FILLED FOR ALL PARTS OF Till? YUKON  TE .'It I TORY   A'*D   NORTH WESTERN    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  ATLIN, B. C.  ���  m  ������^.���^iwi;^>f'fci-T��'.^7,T53rX* ' ^���^iv^i^-v^^    ���JIKS/UiZi W.>fajl'^_^, t .l^vSij T.  ATUN, B.C., SATURDAY,  MARCH,   16,19^1.  ��������!  '   -!  If:  J'-.' ���  c  |vj *  I I I  if?  lv-��  17  l-ii -  U.[  Fit '���  The Atlin Claim,  i<\  - l'lil,li-.!iC(l    i'vitj-    Sal urilii.v   niiii-niii  Tin: \ti.in Claim  PriiiaxiuNii Co.  A, 0. niiiiiciu'iu.i). Eiuroii mill  I'iioimiikihi  Ollicc uT iii 11)1 ivul ii.ui J'on i-l;' .  Arivcrlisiii*: rules inaili: ldimvn on iii plic i  tion. '     '  Tin- sulisei-iptiiiii ln-if-i- is ?fi n yi;p-r p.ij  ulilc in nilvmiee. N<i pupi-r will In- lU-livi-n-i  nnk-s-s 11 n>se cr.iHlitiiuis iih> complied w itii."  'SATURnAv, March  i6th,   190:.  It is with genuine satisfaction  we learn that' the Provincial Legislature at its present session is very  seriously and carefully considering  amendments.to 'the Placer Act, one  of the most iniporl-uit of which iv  the increasing", tlie size of a placer  claim- to'250 feet. It is current  rumour that -the proposed amendments .have already become, law,  but this rumour we h*i\e not been  able to verify up to the moment of  going to pi ess.  Regarding proposed amendments  generally, we learn that it is the intention to do away, so far as may be  possible, with the conflict between  themining law of this Province and  that of the No* th west Territories  which lias, occasioied so much difficulty, needless ��� litigation and loss  to miners; especially in this district.  The Territorial placer claim is 250  feet-square, and many of the 'cou-  .ditions attached are similar-to those  provided for' in the amendments  now before the Legislatuie.  That the* Northwest laws on the  whole lire the bmoothest and generally fairest in their working of any  otr the ''American continent is thc  opinion of the majonly of cur  miners .conversant with litem, and  respect; to this opinion has been  " paid to its expression as appears  from" references to the question in  recent Coast papers.  Not only is a'100-foot claim too  small to allow of a reasonable return  for-a miner's enterprise and labour,  but it is too small to be worked advantageously without sluice-boxes  ordump trespassing' upon the adjoining property. Iu granting the  prospector- o'wiership, rights in the  claim he'has located, it is only fair  that'the Government should grant  him' also a seasonable extent of  room on his property for its development in such a manner as to return  the best results.  Complete details of the proposed  amendments the Legislature has  now'tinder consideration have not  yet been made public; when disclosed; a vast army of prospectors  ��� hope to find that insistence upon  personal staking is one of the conditions, and an increased penalty  provided for all .unjustifiable claim-  jumping. Action iu these two details would undoubtedly stimulate  ' prospecting immensely aud give  great*-satisfaction to placer miners  in whatever portion of the Province  they may be found.  Upon, tiie final passage of the  Amended Placer Act on the lines  proposed there is very strong reason  to expect .th:-.!; the Atlin camp will  enjoy a recurrence of the activity  which first brought it into existence. -; With a gold-bearing area of  ��� over' 1200; square miles-���half as  large again as the Dawson camp,���  little more than hah" has as yet been  prospected, and- the indications.are  that" much valuable' ground .is still  open to the enterprising prospector.  Tin-: report mmi Ottawa that the  i"t)!i-.iti'o:i Co*, eminent will at once  --si ibl h an Assay Office in Van-  jo..'. ei at which gold will be pur-  ���������'. if-cd .jt its full value, in a manner  -'iii:..i lo th.it ;���'lowed at Seattle  ���bir.iig tlie past three years, will be  rceeivul   with   general  satisfaction.  For the moment this does away  .vitli the iniiuediati- demand for a  v1 int. so far as .-the miner is concerned. 'The desired opportunity is  at last given- him to convert liis  hard earned gold iulo coi:* at the  minimum n\' cost, within the Pro-  .���incs.', and the dust being purchased  o\ as d for the Diminion Government, it v.ill sunn be decided, as a  natural'0hi���.tqu-.-nce, that the best  way lo tie.it- the gold thus pur-  Jus'-d i;-. L-> mint it.  LETTERS To THlv EDITOR.  1901-  Dear   Sir:���I   have   yours   of  February ' 5th.      I   certainly   trust  that you will   meet with  success iu  ���iLiblishir.g   ;.0:;r   interesting paper,  uid fee! that there will be considerably more   ivinii.-g  going on i,. the  -\tlin   dis'r'-ct   during   the coming  s:asou than i.. the past.  . I uot'ci-  the  action  of the Atlin  '���-'.ortrd   of  Trade  i'u  regard to the  railway   -etiiioi-. .  .  Our new '.r.rffs for the coming  -���cas. !i are bei-.'g .prepared and will  be ready for distribution within the  -..CNt few days; everything is'taken  on -"1-icily vvcigLi basis, aud there  will beco-:sic!e*able reduction in the  rates over tbo:-:e of List year.  Our railwav company have recently purchased -.he Canadian Development Com;.any boats, possession to be given or the Tst of April;  the fleet v. ill be pnt.in thorough repair and t'- re j or four new boats  added. These new boats are of one  model and are expected to ba much  taster and of lighter draft than any  now on the upper river.  The De Lamare Syndicate paid  Christopher the full amount of the  first payment, ou January 31st, as  agreed.���Youi.-. truly.  Ia. C. Hawkins.  - Seattle, Wash., Feb. 27th, iyoi.  % JL Traftr $ Co.-  SUCCESSORS    TO  P. P. CO. First Street, Atlin.  For St&pie & Fsitscy Groceries  5��  TafoGGGCSi ssssd Confectionery,  Prosns's t &. a ;��� ..;*���;���.' ��� i-.& to &rtiters&M&'t%ive ��s  a c  SkSIm  T  ia"  SftANSS  tm��  L  FINEST Etjl":-'1'!:!) H.777  co.:i);;ctu!.i in  I  7.  NO  ri'Ci  ���r is ilosiuns'hsui ~  \.r\  Rice  lAS'i'IE,    '. KCiI'!-I!-:TiiI<-.;  Corner of .Virst and  iuj C��:Cr-.iicr,{i'fc*  D.-\vii"' Mast ������,  1)1. ;n\er'   ^'.iceis.  V ANACEK.  C a**-  dke Siymber  Rough and Dressed   Luij.fcc'r c-1 all 1 inds  l~iyd. r-a u i ic , Lu m b-er  F. T. Troughton  Managing Proprietor.  Bo til  Ktissell  Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars.  ���*-i  HI!  j^ixoi  ������i  "do, ; Pro|s$��  THE  RH!-*ID">'T   1M1YSICIAN.  Dear Sir :���if I may be pardoned for tres assing on your  valuable s't a-.;:-, 1 de.-ure to notify  the general pub.ic of .Atlin and  vicinity that as Lr. Lewis has now  resumed his practice, and moreover,  has been ap; ointed Resident  Physician for the district, I decline to see any person ."professionally." Thanking you in antici-  cipation,���I am, Sir, Yours truly,  R T. Troughton.  I c  Ini])oi't?r  of General   Merchandise  Miners' ' Supplies  OU^rriTTING ASPECIAUT^  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C  ���gr  .1%  Rooms and  Beds  T'.i  ��� s  B.'- s  best Liquors and Cigars  "     '"      Progs*  ���Jf Si'in jJ  Vancouver  Soscfai' Store.  CARRIES A 1-ULL LIN"'. C  if  GENERAL MISRCHANDISE  A. S. Cross & Co  Int. Struct Atlin.  YUKON -- ASHCkOFT    TELE -  GRAPH LINE.  Apropc.s of our notice regarding  the le-eouimeueeu'.ent of construction on this Hue, the first construction crew has arrived at Port Simpson vvhere the men will begin the  erection of the necessary, buildings,  which the business of the line may  GO  TO  QUICK LINCH ROOM  For Excellent Coffee.  SBttxrt Orders a Specialty.  Itun-t l!i;(>for lton t  I'nrk witli .Mum'.moms.  l'UU.   .VK\I.,   K.FTY.  CENTS.  Pine City Bath? arc Layr-dr\  Main Street, "(?i*fv. CiT;1/.  1Ii-:ij-::>* Limmcckj*..  BROWNLEE k iJWRY  J. 11. Brownlee, l��. I - S , \\ V. S.  R. C. Loivry, A. M.!. C. t.  Civil and Hydraulic Engineer t:,'  Land Surveyors.  Pkari. Street, Atlin, B. C.  NOTAItY  PU11LIC.  Oi'lTOK:   C'liriii-r cif Tliiril mill I'vurl Str'-ft,  Atlin,    II.    C   oi>|i(isite (inviti-iiiiiuut Huilil-  t utr---  All liinilKoT niiniim pupcM's iiiiiilt; out.   .Several yours'  practical   uxpi'rieiicc.   Oi-'tTCK Oi-' II. M's CUSTOMS.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  . BEST. I.1.QUOKS   *   CIGAKS  Goon  Acoom.modation. ��� Kkhtauhant  in  CONNKtri'ICN. '   "���  ���    '  .'. S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Good StuLtUiig t'ur Uui-iiavjaiid Do's..  |M0Kt^VWAM..M^nDt��!nu.'(.-1<F^n..nf,il^T.  '--ru--.-  ^ucwi��im��  uuw*^... It  ATUN,. B.C.. SATURDAY,  MARCH,   ifi,   lym  i '  g*  &tncm���t,mt ���  Call on us for Prices.,  Cor. of PEARL and FIRST ST., ATLIN,,B. C.  <ii.n aid. On completion of these,  iii-d on the moderation of the  wen the r, work will be commenced  on the lIiiz��-lton branch.  In-connection willi the " break "  tlie following has ap;eaied iu several eastern papers and may be la km  for what it is worth. :  ' A,nice condition ol affairs has developed in connection with the cot.-  slrucliou cf thc Yukon telegraph  line from Quesnelk-, 13. C, to Ti'le-  graph Creek and Atlin. ,  The construction ,\vork was c- nu-  -pleled between Ouesuelle ard Hazel-  ton, aud then the party was sent  out from Hazelton to continue construction north, while simultaneously another parly was started out from  Telegraph Creek to work south an1,  make connection wilh the H axe I to u  paity, ab .ut half wa- between theiv  two points Tu their work one  p-irty struck aloi-g a certain valley  and the other party an entirely different valley. The result is that  the actual work of construction has  overlapped, and .instead of the wires  being connected the ends are 70  miles apart, with two gigantic  rsi.ge.s- of mountains intervening,  it will be impossible to connect the  wires ' 'over these-mountains,' and  the result must be the destruction  a"d abandonment of a large portion  i.f the' line already built and the  b .ih'.ing of a new line lo make connection with one end or the other.  Just who is responsible for  this untoward condition of affaii>  has not yet transpired.- The matter  \-ill be venrlatcd in Parliament.  "Thc white 'cheesy' stibstuine  is oolitic limestone deposit, made of  minute spherules of CalciunrCar-  bmale, not unlike lish-roe in ap-  piarance. This is due to the de-  pi-sition of calcium carbonate, lrom  solution, around tiny grains ol cal-  carious sand until thc spherules are  built up aiid often cenieuted together iiiti'i a curious rook called  oolite, found often on coral islands."  An analytical examination wa-.  made of this same -deposit by the  Geological , Department at Ottawa,  and from the annual .summary report for "hoy Ihe fallowing-is taker:  " A sample of the white, earthy-  looki'.'g material found immediately  h-rhiud Atlin townsite in larg-  patches when examined iu the Laboratory, was found to consist of ' ���  pure white, more or less firmly com  paclcdj yet readily friable mass of  hydrouiagnesite.' "  Take your'choicc.  "       .   - THE , .     '  M\  .  3.   Byrom. K  |  Tioii-orak'y Pi<kmisics Noktiii-kn Hoti-i.. ^  .,->{,.-��� ;>-" ^.^.;>.;y^.^<.o^c���^'^>o{^c!'o*o���s���o0o���1c^o���o���o��>o���o->���l->'>-^���o''>*o.*  I  .   BUILDER  AND  CONTRACTOR  X  estimates given ox all  kinds of work'  plans andspecn-ications  A,   SPKCIAI.TV  BRICKS FOR SALE.  , OFFt'GE:   Third Street, At "in.  Nl-XT TO CHUKCir OI'"   J "NO I."AND.  T "t "\  C.-VXOKI.UATfON OK lUCSHRVK.  J4.       JL.^-  jLuAXi   X>  BOWLING" ALLEY.  VENDOME   BAR. .  - * t a st'  CASSIA li   DlSTHIOX.  Nf  FRE EDOM OF THE PRESS.  controversy rsirrwKK.v civil a:*o  MILITARY   AfJTlIORITUCS.  Salisbury, Rhodesia. Feb. 16-Thc  publicaf.on of the Times, a local  newspaper, has been s'opped under  1111rti.1l law for having printed a  criticism of the conduct of Lieut.-  (���en. Carrington.  TheT-Iigh Court ordered the restoration "ot its rights to the Times  and n'.eidieted the military authorities from any interference therc-  wi'ii beyond the necessary censorship.  The military authorities !i->w-  u\er, disregard the order of the high  court and this morning the stuff of  Times were forcibly evicted from  their offices.  OTrOE k Iieri'b.v {.'ivnti thii*. tlip" res��-rvn-  1 i'.-ii plfii-i-.i c-ii Grown !;un'- siltinted ii>  ;!iu I'.oiineii I.U.i- mill .Vttin L'.U< ��� Mini'i-.  IJhUion-- <>!' C,-,.-.--it:i- !-i-i i-ii-i, ork-e of  \\Mi--i wns piifjli->'i(-'l in lii's Hritisii (.'���.'.  iiinliin -'liizt-tKj and (luted Ullh Si-ptuisiii'.-",  li/OS, is liorcliy c-uiuollt.-d.  w. c. wi-.i.i.s,  Oiiipf Coiiiiiiis-.ioin'r of f.;ni(!s it Win-!  -.  Liiiuli A- Work, iii.-p-irtmoiit,  Vu-tun.-i, ��. C, 3 itli .liisiii:i>-j-. WM.  3 in-:"o:::  rtTt/nO!-; k li-M-.-liv jiivu tl--.it application  will he Hindi' to t lie l.i-.uisla'.ivH A ���.���,,>:"-  |,IV (,f tin.- I'riivhii-i- <il Uritit.li C'oliiuiliiii lit  its next ipssion for an Actio itiui>'-ponit<- a  company v. itli |iow:i- to i'uu-.triii't, i-i|iiip.  lip'ji-uti! nnd imiii-taiii u railway, standard 01  iiiirrow j-Miu-f:, l'or ttu- unsivcyanuc of !>ns-  seiijjors and frni^lit. from nohiu point al or  iii.'.'r T.il'ti Inlet, in Hi-iri-li Ct.-liiiiiMit:  ilicnce 11 y tlie mo-=t ionsiblu und couwnii'iir  ronto t'�� 11 point at or iiHur'tlie I.itrle S;i!-  inon liivci-: ilnMii-0 to PiUe I.alii-: tlienc.--  .itdii'i Hit- liu-t -sitlu ut Atlin L-iK.' ro Atlin  City. .Di'l tiifin-e noi-thi-rly to tin.- northern  lioiuidai-y ol tin- t'rovii'Ci', "illi power to  cons! rurt. oporatir and nininrain all I'ects  inry roads, lu-id^i's. way- .mil forries: t.  Iinilil. <i\\ 1 and ninintaiii -.vliai-viji and docl-s  in i-onni'i'tiiiii tlinrijw. itli, an'l to build, own,  L'i|i>i|> and iniiiiiiain -i'-atn and otlii'i- vfHsel  and boat-, and Hi navijtiste the .suiiiu on any  navi^al.l-" waters within tho Province, and  w-.tli power 10 ljiiild, equip, operate und  maintain ts'l'vrr.ipli and tt'li'plione lines in  ciiiiiK'i-tion witli sin' said railway anil  l>tmii-Ui;->; to linil.l,- own. maintain and  op'-ratc san-ltei'., I'oncontrator.s, rciltietion  ,Miili.s, 111 niboi- and other mills.; and to aenc-  i-.ito ul'%i-tri��-ity lor tin, siipjdy of li^ht, heat  iin-l |id�� it, with power to acqi.in- wiitn-  riuhls and 10 ��'iiistriii-l dauis .in:! Humes fn.  iinpi-in in:: anil iii'T a-.in;v water pi-ivili-^'-t,  and A itli i-iiu-i- to i'.\pi-upi'j.l'.c l.nid-i and  iii-'ipert;. -for t!in pnrpoius o: th'J Coiiipaii>.  and to ni'MHi'-i' l.inds, lionnsi's oi-pi-ii il.-^'-s  and ol ii'-i nil'- 11  iiii n-ij- (iovei-iniir-in. Mimi-  ���jjpul f 'oi'p-'i'.iti in  "i-.it.i  iii-is  01 i'odics:  an-! v, irti po'.. 11' lo le.ii..' und lo i-oinieel and  imilii.' tr.illi" and oilinr arrun^eitieiits ��itli  i-a'ilwnv, ���.liiumlHint 1'iid ('(lii-i- eompunii'-  in.iv >r In'ri'.-ifii'i- 10 lie iii'-ni'i'iii-iiteil. ami lo  li-\-.\ ami  eoll'-i:*. lulls fi-orn :ili pi>r-oiis iisin;:  The Rev. Mr.    I'ringle  has  been [_.������) f>(1. :iii_ freight iia^iu: n��-i- ��nr ��m-li  ki"d ei'.Oin-h  tO   hand  US thc follow- V^"'".  Urni^. railway-.   f,:r.-ie.s,   whurve��  0 and vessuls built or owned   by^'-e Conipuny,  und  for all other   nei'i-a-ary   ci-   inc'dciital  ris;it-.. po-.vi i-i nt.'l privili ^i!a ia thut behnlf.  ilati-l   at   Vi.'tori'A, H. C,  tlii. 27th day of  U<iuuaiber, 19- U.  CREASK   &   CREASE,  Solicitors for tho Applicants,  moh 2-tf  t~%L u u �� a I  ���  E. G.   Tennant  Manager.  1 ssmrMprSI  Branch Office at Pirn  ~"~"C. DOELKER,  FRESH MEATS ALWAYS.ON HAND.    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    ntade   Sausage.  Corkkk   Fikst   and'   1'kaki.   Stri-kts.  NEW STRIKE?  Troy Laundry & Bath House  Will be in New Cuarters on and after  March ��� 4th, 1901.  '  C. B. COFFIN Prop  GRKAT MINDS THINK AT.TKK  ���SOMKTIMh:-.  ing unalysis, made at the Ltibtuatory  of Queen's University, Kii.-^'-.ton,  O.-t.uio, of the " white deposit'' so  plentiful to the enst cf Alliu town-  site:  Canadian Bank.8.  ...of Commerce  Comer Second and Pearl Streets  Coi.o Assay-**:-,  i'ui-ciiASicn o�� Takkn on  ^.riNSl'GNMKNT.  l-.Nchanse st.ld on all the princi-  pi,! poiiUs in Kurope, the United  States and Canada.  ASSAY OFFICE  -IN" CONNECTION  FOR GOLD DUST ONLY  T.  R- BILLETT, Manager.  G. G. H.��Yr.fl.  .1. G. ConsJ-*.t-i.  Hisgget note  Discovery.  OI-KN DAY  AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CL ASS R KST A U K A NT  ���I*  CONNECTION.'  Ht'a-I(|iiart��r<. for Milliner & T'urrnh's i.1a',:n.  KIRKLAND  HOTI/.I,  K  l-'IRST   STRTiKT.    ATI.IX.  J.  KIRKLAND,  - Man.-w;f:i<.  I'"irst-class ditu'iiK room'  And Elegant Sleeping- Room-*.  THE   TEPEE.  When on the Fantnil stop at  Reichen & Rothacher'  Good Beds���Best Meals.  ULKS EC.GERT & SON.  Swiss  Watchmakkrr,  A ml  iiKiTinfitrt iiriiiff jpwcllpr*.  All liin-K of mitrsi-t worlt I'Xf-c'iitt-il ��it!i  ncutiifi-i nuil (liiputcli.  Fir^t  st.  ucixt to Vuu<.ou\Br Gii:aral Star* -.u.u.t., M��.a**i <,: Ai*. ,CJ^V(fA'i  ' ' i "i  -1  fii!  ATLIN,   1L,C, SATURDAY,   MARC'lI i6,   .'y'oi.  ?H  !  i:  ':f  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  I BEDROCK  OR   BUST.  C'lnirrii nf 1*ii|;1iiii'I si'i'vii'Os will be held  nt corner Tritinor anil Third Mi-i-i'i* on Sunday nt 11 n. in. nml 7:Sli p. m.  Si. Ainli-ru'V. i'1-i'i.liytcrinii Church lioji!  nc:-\ ii'i'-. in tin' A. U. Hull. S.-oninl Stri-rt.  MurniiiU   sc'rvii'i'  (it II   cM-i.iii|i  -civin' 7".:t>  Siiiulii.v Sulionl ill tin- i-k>M' m"  11 lOi-iiin;'  ��.nr\ii-i'.     U'i v. J. I'linu-li-. Mini-.t'i-.  One of I ln> licst ni'tii-li's for uoml h,i.'.tllh U  n ��, IimIi.'soiiiij Iciiir of hii'iul nt Vi ri'iit.-. nml :i  llrit-i-lti1���I'iciil Tor Titi ci-nts hi tin' Pioiirnr  Uulci-v.  I'"ro'/.en   fingers and  loes cured at  "Fortin   & ' Le Cappcllain's    Drug  Store.  .. The best people si op at 1 lalfert y's.  The  Staff of the  An.in Claim  gratefully acknowledges receipt of a  case of the fatuous Picadilly Scotch  ���:   Whisky   aud   a   box of La Flor de  Marca cigars from Messrs. Gillespie  and Biakieofthe I.eland Hotel.  You can get all kinds of stationery, novels, Sound and B. C. newspapers, fruits, confectionery, cigars  and tobaccos at Pillman & Co.'s  GOOD NICWS���for. the ladies of  Atlin and Discovery: Mrs. Muscot .  has opened a Ladies' Hair Dressing  Parlor, over Forliu & Le Cappcllain's Drug Store, and is prepared  lo fulfill orders oi* short notice:  Pompadonis", Rolls, Puffs, Switches,  Curls, Wigs, Waves, Shampooing  and Hair Dressing. "Will aiso make  a ' specialty of -making Infants'  Wear, Ladies' Skirts, Dressing  Sacques, Blouses and-Shin Waists.  Follow thc crowd, when on' the  h'aniail.stop at hlalferty's.nt Tenec.  Mrs. aud Miss Lucas said "How  do?" to us'this; week.  Fortiu & Le Cappcllaiu, the Druggists.  Tom Blair  has returned from his  pilgrimage.  Full line of stationer v at Dockrill's.  Try Hot   Baths, Troy   Latut.iry.  There are two places al the Tepee,  yet Iiaherty has no opposition.  Good Table Butter.at Foley's, 35  and 40 cents per lb: Cooking Butter, io.to'25 .cents per lb, and all  other goods cut to make room for  large Spring importation. ,-,_  Mr. John   Mabrer intends engag-  ��� ing in the wholesale liquor busk ess  and his .shipment of " hot s,tufJ  on the way iu.  If you want the best groceries  rind provisions iu camp go to J. A.  FYaser Si Co.  E. W. Praeger takes the place of  , Mr. A. C. Moffat in the local branch  of the Bank of Commerce. We  regret to lose Mr. Moffat and will  publish his "Obituary Notice"  next week.  Big shipment of fresh staple  groceries just  in   tit   Fraser 6'r.Co.  H. M. Stoel and wife arrived iu  town this week.  Call at Fraser M: Co for nice fresh  chickens, 35 cents per lb, one ton  just :urived. Fine cicaiuery butler  aud best ereatir cheese.  C. Christopher won the decision  i:j tlie Yellow Jacket case, but an  appeal will be made.  .U-FJ.I CAT iONS���will be received by J. Kirkland, Kiikhnid  Hotel  for  Continued from First Page,  every eight hOius, ami, notwithstanding the severely'cold weather  of ihe past month, the water could  be kept under only with difficulty.  But bedrock was struck al last with  the ie.--u!t-i,already mentioned.  There is every hope that, thepro-  spectirg work now about to be continued   under  Mr. Brownlee's  per-  ���"onal-dircctioii-niicl-the assistance of  the steam pump now iu -diape to be  installed'will, within the next week,  or   two,   enable the 'value of   this  section of the valley to be ascertained with some ceilaiuly.    We understand that should   this  work   prove  the gravel   to  carry   anything- like  the estimated   value   that  might be  put   upon   it through   the paunings  made   while 'sinking,' a large' company will   immediately lake hold of  the proposition aud exploit the property partly by dredging and partly  by \\\draulie   methods.    The   consolidated   leases   now known as the  "Race   Horse"     and    ���'Feather"  groups, of which   the Lillian forms  pari, cover an area of some thirteen  hundred   acres,     running   up  ,the  valley as far as the mouth of Spruce  creek.    The   plans ��� are   now coin-  "lete for working the lower portion  of the ground by hydraulics, a head  of 130 feet being readily obtainable.  Wei!   done, Syndicate!     Hustle  down   another  shaft on some "other  ,A our   future   Bonanzas.    Let it be  " Double or Ouits ! !"        '       '     '  leharosogio  LEADING   HOUSE  I-'OU  LADIES" &   GENTS   FURNISHINGS  Boots and Shoes.  COMPLETE   STOCK   Or   NEW   GOODS  dtA&t Arrived.  rmm  Fort in & L��t*ann3ilah!  Stave everything in  , 1  tfo& Drug & Patent Medicine Sine  Prescriptions Carefully Com pounded!  Ikk. Giu.ksi'ik. Prop.  Waltkk Bi.akih Mgr.  Finest Wines,  Fur 11 ished Roo m s  C V.NS17S, A P1 -OI NTMENTS.  Ottawa, Feb. 27.---Rev. I): Jen:  nings, of Port F.ssington, J. W.  MacF..ii"laiie, of Atlin and John  Garvin, of Vancouver, have been  appoi-.ited assistant census commissioners for Burrard distiict.  Liquors   and  & by the Day,  Cigars.,  Week or Month.  F  IGES  R  %.-  IS  Prescriptions carefully compounded at Dockrill's.  The largest circulating library in  Atiin. Only . 10 cents exchange, at'  Pillman'& Co.'s. .  Lays to let on Pine creek. First  ber.ehes on'good'part of creek; have  prospected well.���Apply Cj.aim Office.  '   Ask for   Picadilly Club Scotch at  the Leland Hotel.  For . fresh pork snas.ige call at  ���FYaser & Co.  Mrs.TIalferty is cook at the Tepee.  Mr. C. ��� D. Newton brought in  40 tons of freight with him and  will soon open up here and at Discovery. He has secured the agency  of the'famdus "T.,I..V cigar.  Tf you. want the best groceries,  and provisions in camp go to Fraser  ���6cCn..   '  This .has   been a great   week lor  a 1 rivals from the outside and among  those' we have met are: Dr. Trough-  it on, Messrs.   Haves,   Mahrer,   Bur-  j ton, Praeger,   koselli,   Mobeily and  I wife.  Don't lot get St. Patrick's concert,  on Monday evening. It's going to  be a " daudie."  . .  Smoke La Florde Marca and you  will smoke   no other brand; ask for  Ihe    Position   oi   Night j it ;md see that you   get it.--Lelaud  ���*B:  Pif  IN  h  $��*  The most Central and   Convenient  in   Town.  Tenants.  A. C. Hirschfeld.  Will  be  altered to suit  IV .REGAN.  ' Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  New nml Second llnml Tin and ('rmiiti* Wiu-e, li on Sti (I, P!i l:.1-. Shovels unil Hlnilisiiiith'i  Coal. Ginnt I'mvilei", Cft|>-, I'nse und Yukim Stove'-.  Goods   Buuqht   Sold   and   Exclionqcd.  For fine views and Photos go to  9A  ^  ^  Films, Plates, etc. for sale.  First, and Pearl Streets.  Atlin B. C.  O. K,  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  I-'. i,r.\'K 1- 1.  Now (ii'ciipy tlii'li- ni'W (|iiiu-tci-s next.  to tho Haul' or II. N. A.. First Srn-nt.  Tin1 Imth i-oonisiui) iMimilly ns jrnnil ns found  in  cities.    I'l'ivuli-  lint i-aiico for lii'lius-.  PINE TREE KOTEL.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  When you come to Fiscovcry take  shelter under the tree.  Finest of liquors.     Good stahl'iig.  Watchman   and     Assistant     Fire  ChiVf.    Applications' must be in by  Monday next, loth inst.  EaiUs Hot, Troy Laundry.  Hotel keeps them.  Hot Baths, Troy Laundry.  Jack   By.rom  took  his friends by  '[surprise this week,  The = Bank = of = British = North - America  Ksinlilisln-rl in i,v:i;.    liicoi'iiuriitcil li,v Ito.vnl Olini-tci'.  ' Paid Ui- Cai'itai. $4..M66,66fi  Ui-:,si-:kvj-: lu-sn Sr,581,666  London Office: 3 Clements Lane, Lombard Street, K. C.  Head Office in Canada:      Montreal.  ���II. Stiici'man, General  Manager.  Branches hi all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco, Seattle. Tacoma,.Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Etc.  ''9  o   a  l/YM aif'"TWVM>HBViMT^*l-��W��v��0'''W  mJ��Z"Z2S^ZS^&'F2i  " t *���,"-�� K"~ ,V tnmjn^- "t^�� i* i*& Ju,,  ���-*li

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