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 ,*-   *        *      >  ''  '    j   L,  "yfT'e beg to quote^llie following piices, until the opening of navigation,  ,     alter that rutc it is our intention to make the pi ice oi ,Sta"*lc (Jooda  meet the'conditions of the camp lo the bunt or oui ability, legnrdlcss of  profit:  Ogilvie flour, per sack, $4 25  Olympic,       ,  ,, ,   ,        4 op  Rolled Oats.    -   ,, - ,75  Canned Peas and I3ea:,s, doz     2 00  Apricots & J'c.us, do/,. 4 00  Deviled Ciabs, per doz 3 50  ,,        Shrimps* per doz   * *  Reindeei Milk, .      ,,        -^  ��� Blue Point Oysteis,"-is,  loz  -French Peas, pel doz  French Mushrooms,'per do/.  Mince Meat, pei doz     ���  1 Maple Leaf I,ob->ter, i��s, p. doz 2.50  ���Empress drips,' }���$ gal -    r   .75  ,. Maple Syrup,'     ,,      Jr "'   1.00  Star Tobacco/per lb. 1.75  Climax ,,*   ' 4    ,, " .90  Piper Heidsieck ,,    ' 1.25  "Candles, per box       A -      , 3.50  Vermicelli . ,, ' * 1.25  C. & B. Pickles, per bottle  * -   .55  3 00  ?-50  3 00'  306  3 5&  2 25  ce.v p.itin  Canned    Stiawbcnics, '   Raspberries & Pine,Apples, p. CI0Z3.75  A list * Mutton, pei tin        t ���       .50  Po.isl & Cor "-dt fk-o-f, pc-i \in       50  Kuglish bi.nv n, pci tin  Canned Chickei  Elgin.Butlet, 2 lb fin,  ^esl Coffee, zlb (in  Good Coffee, bib,>tiij  Coin Starch, 6 pkgs '������     ^   '  Soda Crackers, Gibs  C  & B.iCnny Powder  ,,        Cafe is   i(   '  White & Pink tteaus, n lbs  Baker's Chocolate, per lb  Kr\*'s'Coco;t, Yi lb tins  50  ���30  r 00  75  .60  1.00  roo'  .25  25  1 00  'AO  ���3��  Van Houten's Cocoa, % lb tins .30  T. & B\Chewing, per lb . AS  Battle Axe, Tobacco, per lb. * 85  T. & B Cut Plug per lb. '-- i.oo  Best Honey, 2 lb tim * '       .50  C -&. li Jam", 1 lb tins, doz      3 00  Genuine Gold Seal Rubber Shoes, per pair, $4  Remember our Prices on Winter Clothing1, Etc., are still Cut in Two. '  ���   ;' BL"AGKETT-&-'eO.':';''."  The. Canadian Bank of Xonihierce.  -���'���' 'CAPITAL    PAID   ,UP,   38,000,000.      -  Branches,of the Bank at Seattle/-   ' - i -' s "  c*. -    - ,,,,        "San Franeiseo,   ���. ,      -        - /  >.."_, ��. -     ������    -     r A     '   Portla.n(i, ,  "   ~     ,  ���. ^ _      r     - <��� Skagway, etc.  s    ._.-._!    ,   Extihasiga sold on all Points.  ' -GO! l) DlJS r PyKCHASEP���:A.SSAY   OlTICfi   IN   CONNECTION.  -      * J.iS.  IMUNRO, Manager.  ' * ���_ Tbe G&rribbo 'Hotel,  Wm.* WALMSLEY,   Proprietor-.     ,    '  -    FIRST   CLASS   IN   EVERY   RESPECT.    -  fi��e   Y/iaos,   lnjnsro   and   Cigars. Stabling for Horses.  Orroflixrt Uapoi.       ' , CARIBOU,   Y. T.  'The Vancouver General Store. ' ���''  - * *        "  Dealers in Provisions,   Dry   Goods,   Etc.,  A.   S.   GROSS  &.-��� Go.  The Uncertain ry ofTC-,yi.Ciis}\ip oi'  Willow* Creek   Ditch _  struetion of -a ,FIume.  cru and m%\^wM  i -  si'JXCiAi/rriis in  ' FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.    .  Fresh Bread, Ryo Bread, oic.  Chas.  Mybr, Proprietor.  Good Boom* to Kent���By the Dny, TV'eelf or Month *i reasonabla rntBB  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  Asmo Clnb ��nd Qaaiiirie [IutUoy Skuto-. Afeii'i Ilnlf Solos nnd Shoe Nails  1 Ditton * Son'* Sn��H. Wimlowi, Doors, Glnsn mid Puttey, etc., etc.  Full Line of Winchester���Black & Smokeless���Rifle & Shotgun  Cartridges.  (roodn   Baurjlit   Sold   and   exchanged.  Hphi \  Some weeks ago <n 'copy'of a letter, which had bcefi 'sent to the  .Gold Commissioner* by the Miners'  Association, 'appealed l in ^these  columns, and, suice^its publicaliou,  considerable, correspondence has  passed on the subject. The ultimate settlement of ownership of the  .Willow" Cieek -, Ditch ' has an ex-  tremely important bearing, upon  the successful issue of this promising section of the "distnct, and it be-  ho\es the authorities to press'for an  early settlement from the Court as  to the legal ownership. '' , -  "t Several thousand dollars'is represented b3* the dumps taken out this  winter, and it is essential that walei  be supplied to wash these out,-  while it'is as equally^ e<*senttal that  about three-quarters^ ot a^ mile of  the ditch be flumed. Froin'a cur-  sory examination, of a plan furnished the Recoider heie, ilnvould aV-  l?ear-that the major portion of the  work*and expense will fall upon  the indn idual owners, of the claims  corrtrguous lo the ditch, and there  seems to be only one thing which  can be done and that is for all the  claim owners to combine together  and have the work done, such proportion as accrues against the ditch  can,be made a charge against the  owners, when the Court has so decided.  - It is a \ ery awkward dilemma  for the .miners to be placed in, but  immediate action is "required to  save the workings from ruin by  flooding when the water is turned  on by the hidiaulic company. .    >���  An Excellent Programme  of Ar-  Ilo'c-  l  key Extraordinary.  Thes Bank - of ��� British - North = imerica  '    Sttablisbail 1111886.   Inoorporntail by Itayul Cfaaitar.  ?aid Ur Capital $4 866,666  Rrskrvk Fund ��� $i.7��3,333  Head Office in Canada: Montreal. II. Stikbman, General Manager.  Branches in all thc principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  Sati Francisco. Seattle. Tucoma, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Etc.  ASSA Y -OFFICE  Gold Dust Aaaayod, Purchased 01 Taken on Consignment. ���'  Quaitz Asia} in-; at Reasonable Rates.  '  Of Value to Owners-of Mineral Claims.  Owneis of quartz claims, upon  which assessment work ha;* been  done, and who a^e desirous of having their locations shawn upon the  excellent map being prepared by  Mr. C'liiavan, should call upon  that gentleman as soon as possible  and furnish him wrth the neces-  saiy information. The map will be  ready for publication next month.  Too Much "Hootch."  Accoiding to despatches fiom  White Hoise, which appeared in  the "Daily Alaskan," R. E. West  and Ernest Levin, two prominent  business men of White Horse have  been ariested and convicted on a  charge o& theft���the result of a  drunken spree. Tliey got 'three  and one month-each re<-pecli\cly.  Word  was-deceived* this'  week'  fiom \\ hiteJIoise that the Hockey ,  bo\h from thatching would leave t^-  dayjor Allin, and   in consequence,  the meeting,^whicb' was   lo   have,  been held last,night to devise ways '  and meanssfor^the entertainment ot  our visitois, was  held  on*"Wednesday evening and a good attendance/'  roflocal   plavers ,and   citizens was./  present    Di.  Young,  President of '  the .Hockey   ,Clnb,  occupied"   the_  chair c ^  ,i-A programme   of   arrangements '  wasa'greed v uporr   and the various ,  committees  ^requiied   to cairy out  '  these arrangements ueie appointed.  It was decided  to  send out a team  to" Caribou   to,_meet   the   \1sit01s,-:]  and;it is expected they will arrive  oh r Monday   forenoon ;"   on    that  afternoon vthe   first "of a series of  games' wilP be flayed _,oii the new '  rink'which'^wi. been,, prepared^for  the occasion^ on the-lake, Atliu vs.  White "Horse!" , On ' Monday, even- ���  ing a.-jiand   ball   will % be  held irr.  'Dixon's  Hall.    Tuesday afternoon'  the scene, of  activity and festh ity  "will  be at Discovenv where, in the  afternoon the visitors will do battle  with   a   Discovery   team.    In the  evening   a   ball   will   be given iu  honour of the guests al the Nugget  Hall.    Wednesday's programme is','"  a match in. tLe   afternoon   between  White -Horse and a local combination   team,   finishing   up   with   a  Smoking   Concert, which   will, be  the   Grand Hotel.    The   price   of ,  admission   to  the games will be 25  cents, to the dances, $1, ladies free,  and lo   the   Smoking   Conceit, 50  cents.     Quarteis   for   the   visitors  have   been    arranged,   and   there  is every reason to  believe they will  ever retaiti   a" pleasing memoiy of  their vi=iJ to Atliu. ���  A splendid rink has been made  on the lake, opposite the Pearl St.  wharf, aud Prof. Barnes is attending to the finishing touches and  promises to have the best sheet of  ice which can be got.  Officers of the Hockey Club are:  Dr. Young, President; Ed. Burdett, Secy.-Treas.; J. II. Gillard,  Captain. The committee on teams,  is, The Captain, George Hayes and  W. R. Dock 1 ill.  1 ii  Xp'\ *4W  7-fWSr  , r   w<    'stew.  *       Oi *���.<��?**  - -1.-- 4*  fi:^yff|@  -r Xt<MA  J v  - "Xrll'JRREk  iA^t^H  1 <^7,  A 1  X^A.X*  Xixfi^"  '    ' '  *"   > .K?  > -" * nm  .    '-^"H-j^l/  ��������� --m  ^" V  ~-��xw?\  -?*^rMM  i.AML  11 '^"^^M  ���>> i'Ml  A meeting of Liberal-Conservatives meets at 8 p.m. tbis evening-  at the Grand Hotel.  Copies of the new Placer Act of  1901, consolidated with the Acts of  1898 and 1S99, for sale at the  Clai?' Office.  ���"7\  w.V���� '  . JgtgwWJ^T.  &&Sf"'^l  'I  ���^*>Wln^ ^t ���%, ^mh^I4iia  ���iyv>i. rrspur^'K".j^\W*TJ33*2E!i32s(  .'& f   I  >'      1"  . >.  1  J.    / i  ��*��� r-'c.''!  ���, '���)��� -v ** >���, ��'������> r ���- .���,* j , ,'riv,< -. v. - ���>  " AA     \ - 'V'    ! V, i 7-i-" ' '  "' >        /-',/''       . - - - *     .7 *   �� .. ~'  -,       ,    J   'T    -'-       ' .*'       ' ' V>' ���   '-    >'  j    '  . ;��� "i '.��� **r. i -  ��   * .   <      - 1 ,    r  <       '       T     ,>  1   I,''  ./  1  i*; *  ��v' ,  /! r  ,<*-  , ATLIN, TS.C , SATURDAY,  MARCH 8,  190?.  D.  rm  A  V  .    Published   everr   SuUiuli\y   nioiiiiuii  bv  ,. Tvri, Ai-r-iM Claim PunciSiHir.o Co.  ..A. C. HlMClllfKr.il, r.DITOll.  '       I). ToDii T.uriR, Snb-5,ditor.'  "OBio�� of Dubllcution Pom I S>>.. A.tli:i, H C.  AdvertlsiiiK   Kutrs :   5-1 l<0   jjcr inch, ouch  insertion.   Ruadm;- not..cfl, .13  ccitv'n lino.  Special C'ontrm-t Kutes on aiiplti ntioii.   ,  The biibstcription pi let: is i-5 .1  \t-i-r   pnj -  able in ndrunce.     No p ��i>oi will ho riullvored  unlets thit condition Ik compiled v. Irli.,  Saturday, Mar.,  8, 1902.  ' Owing to a change having been  made in our previously existing  telegraphic arrangements,' no'bul-  - lctiu has been issued this .week,  but "we expect to give the usual  service next week.  Iu this connection, we would  ] state thai tbe anticipated response  'which vvc were natuially led to expect from tbe people of the .dis-t  tricl, in giving the public a.tele  'graphic service, has come far shoif  of our expectations, and, as a maC-  ter of fact, the remuneration to date  -has - been insufficient to pay the  cost of telegrams, to say nothing  of the extra labor and 'material  which the publishing of these bulletins necessitates. If each of our  subscribers will do their duty by us  we shall have uo misgivings for the  futuie. -      >>  USA'!  ;i  o  Ml**  Dwv  Gordon Hunter  Chief Justice  ��� -   of B.C.  rauhc.  ing     ' 7  M'aohinery.  Majority Interests   in   C. C.   Canneries   to be Held in Canada  1'     -, -  , ���Another British Reverse.  , Nkvv York, March 5lb.���Most  disastrous Hoods are repoilcd from  Mew -Kampsbiie, Vermont, Mas-  sachussels and Connecticut,"~aud"  it is estimated , thai ^damage to the  extent ofa bundled million ' dollais  has been done. 'lNo lives, so far.as  is known, have been lost. Thousands of,people will have been  thiovvn out ol employment.  The nolicy  inaugurated by the  Provincial Buieau of Information of  circulating     reliable    information,  concerning   the   industrial    possibilities of the   Province, is stroncly  to be  commended.    We  are iu receipt of "Bulletin 'No. 1," entitled  "General Review of Mining in British Columbia," which aims at supplying a general  knowledge of the  subject and affording a brief review*  of progress   and   an   indication of  possibilities.     Other   Bulletins   on  other   subjects   will   be  published  as     thes*      are     compiled    , _ and  printed.       "The   general , purpoit  of these Bulletins  L  lo supply the  wants  of tbe office  of the Agent-  General in London. "*-  Ottawa, Maich 5th. ��� The order -has jbeeu signed appointing  Goidon-Hunter, of the city ofVic-  toiia,. Chief Justice of the Province  on$! e.   "   ,  t     <   "*"""*"" " r<      ? ^  Vancouver, March 5U1.���Senator Cox of Toionto is reported,to be  buying up fifty out ol seventy-five  canneries iu the Province aud the  consideration, which is a large one,  is to be paid one-thud vcash and  two-thirds in stock. The* business !  will be'run under one management  Mining-,   Pumpiiig"& Sluicing' Machinery,  Centrefugal Sand,, Gravel J &    '- .  Di-edg-ing, Pumps. "-'  \ <  7 '' -   '''      . ���   ' '  IIYDR'AUUC   DPUlRICKvS ��� Fiom 3 to'rb tons lifting capacity.  , HAND    POWKR    DKRklCKS   of  tl lo   2   tons lifting capacity.,  HYDRAULIC ,'GRAVKI,-   KLlvVATORvS,   ^       , '     '    \   >  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS, ' WATER    GA,TK'S��  ���'  '������V        -    ANOLP;   STKF.L ' RIFFLKS   '& '���*     \>  '   ''     .       ' ,   , \ 'HYDRAULIC    RlVlvTKD,  riPK.  >���  The Joshua Hendy Machine Works,  Nos.  38 lo-h^'uvjiont Strjcut,    *  ' '  *' '    '   , ' - ���      ���       '       SAN"  KRANCIvSCO.'CAl,.  Write for prices, circulars and catalogues, (pr call'on'       ,    <���  .     . -    '    * 7A- C. 'Hirschfeldr-Ajceiit,:Atlin, B..C.  T'urner Sceton & Co,  WHOLESALE." DRY    GOODS, , LIQUORS    AND    CIGARS.  f^ Importers of all classes of Foreign Goods- ���**'"__  " -    ' .Victoria   and   Vancouver. ���  *.  Sole Agents for:  .- , '","-'"'"'-,"'    '->.''  BROWN'S    4    CROWN* SCOTCir/WIlISKY j   * \  \CORBY'S    CELEBRATED   CANADIAN-  R>'E  ".   \        * A. B. "C. BOHEMIAN   St.    LOUIS" BEER, *������   '-   ,  - MOET "& ' CHAIn'DON    CHAMPAGNE, -'DRY   'IMPERIAL  " Lokwox, March ,51b."���Geneial  Kitchener lepoits a serious "Biitibb  leversein South Auica. ^ Geneial  Delarr   iepealc*31y-   attacked    Col.  Anderson,   a I  llsiittdorp.-    Tbe  Butisb loss in killed,,wounded  and  prisoners taken was 632. -,  ��� General De Wet receiv ed a bullet  wound in the arm.  er  tree!  From  Tint advance report of the Miiii-  stei of Mines, giving the mineral  output of the Province for 1901, received a gratify ing reception from  the English journals. The following extract is taken from the London Letter to the '' News Advertiser :"  1' Copies of tbe advance report of  Provincial Mineralogist cf British  Columbia were received  by yester-  Satisfactory     Results  '   Development.  - From obseivatious made on a recent trip to Oiler creek, more^par-  licularly to that pail owned by  Messrs. Carmicbael & Moran,' tbe  prospects are very bright. These  men are vigorously pushing the  work of development, and are opening out tlie' giound b}* a series of  drift**. On the north bank in one  place they, have run a drift for  about 200 feet, and have run several cross dri'ts on each side of the  main diive. Excellent pay is encountered tlnoughout the entire  workings, and a valuable dump  i*  t.liE7g!��YAL ��� HOTEL  "    E.   ROSSELLI,   Manage?.     '  \'  v Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin,' B. C.  9  This" New   and" Commodious" 'Hotel'was-opened to tbe Public',  April  16th, 1901���Ever*,tbing'in it is New.���Strictly First Class.'  tllOICCST WINES, LIQUliSS Aral) CK.-AHS USt GOODS A SPLCIVLTY.  -Importer of" General. Merchandise  ��� \    Miners    Supplies  ~    OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,,   ATLIN,   B. /C.    ,'    .  ��� -  % TfiE    KOOTENAI -HOTEL.  |  g -      Gaorge E. Hayes, Proprietor Q  Cor. First and Tkainor vStkekts.  day's mail, and   this   morning the  subject   is   briefly   noticed in   the I awaiting   the   advent  of spring to  Financial press. The ' Financial  Times' con>idcis that thc official  announcement of a large increase  in the value of thc output will come  as a very agreeable surprise to  ��� many, as tbe circulation of reports  giving a contrary impression had  caused a very despondent view to  betaken 'of the mining industry  during 1901, which does not seem  to have been warranted by tbe  facts.'  "Tbe 'Financial News,' in its  comment states that the matter for  regret is that such'a very small  pioportion of thc value of the mineral production of British Columbia  has found its way into tbe pockets  'of Biitish shareholders.  give up its  golden  contents.    Farther up   the   creek   another drift,  vvhich*was started a few weeks ago,  is in about 30 feet, and in  this the  pay is equally as satisfactory as in  the  drift already mentioned.    One  notable feature is that the value of  pay steadily increases with distance  from  the creek, and suggests that  the gutter of tbe ancient auriferous  channel has not yet been reached.  From panning tests, the gravel of |  tbe pay streak will average from 12  to 15 cents to the pan.    Two nuggets, worth  over $40 apiece, were  recently   picked   up" off  bedrock.  The compact  nature of the gravel  does away   witb the   necessity of  timbering.  This Fir-it Claas Hotel has boon remodeled aud refurnished tlirouslichit  und oftoi-s the beat accommodation to Trauxient or Periunnont  Guest*.���American nnd European plan."  Finest Wines, Liquors and Dinars. <  Billiards   and   Pool.  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE'NORTH.    EVERYTHINCS  CONDUCTED IN   FIRg'JNCLASS MANNER. X,       ���" fjj  French  Restaurant In   Oonneotlon.  David Ha.stik,   PRor-RirtfOR.  Corner of First au(' Discoverv St'rcetv  w  n  T  HE   GOLD    HOUSE  DISCOVERY,   B, C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Wpelc-or'Month.  AMERICAN    AND- EUROPEAN    PLAN.  '������-   J. P.' R(>3*, Viauit.at-  "{J  9&1  A  A.  Ai[i *       " X .. \  ���* ��< rf     f*~+  { -i-       v-     ,�� -��^-�� *  ���&���  j *  .1     -     '  ���^ '. /*  A-TUW; B. C. SAWRDAY. MARCH ��; J^  ���    (  '&gr  in AU*RS<IX  Groceries, Fruits, Ftau.  - sssssi" Previsions* ���  fZrcsff Street, Atlin, D..G*  Handle only the" (bcst Goods'in <the Market.  BCST   SERVICE   GUARANTEED.      ,  Trv ->our Teas arid Coffees.  2*1=2-  r  Pays a Profit ��� A Hint For  i r  Mine Managers.  Clos8 rig-urin';  Shows'a   Fair Re-  tui'n��� -A Sample of V/liat Can  i    ,    Bo Done. <  7 7  The follow in-- lutctcsting ailicle  lecently appealed iu one ol oui  valued Coast ^solnngcs, and iu as  much as it shovs what cm be done  by careful -Muaupgetneut in  hydi.ui-  "* 7 * 3  lie mining, it may piovc of value to  many ol 'our  readers     The aiticle  is from the,.pen of Ar   William Ii  Radford, a nii:ung--ei,guiecr of le-  - pute m C.ilifouiKi'     ! ,  '  "Having   worked   -jonie   i.ilhci  low grade  gravel  dining   the past  season at a small  prorit, I  give the  actual   figuies,  in   Ihe   hope  that  other      mining , engineers % ' interested-in  this  line "of v\ oil- may be  .thereby induced 16 do the same, in  order that   we   maj   all "get  moie  ��data on thislittle-ventilated subject  " The pioperty here icferred to is  situated   in ���oue>> of ;the northern  counties  of California,-where^-hydraulic mining  is stilPpermitted by  the courts     The < water . right  be  -lougi ;g  to the mine-is a good one,  ^furnishing water din ing about-uinc  months^ whenever there is an avei-  *ge laintall, and a  tail   proportion  , of the niecipitatiou is in the form of  -snow ��� The ditch, about eleven  miles in length, is cared for during  the rainy months bj two men, and  during the rest of the year b} one;  and the water cost last season, delivered at the mine, o 69 cents per  miners' inch ; The season commenced, in November .1899, and  e'-.ded tbe las'" of July, 1900 During this time, 665,657' miueis'  inches (an inch equals rj2S cubic  ieel in tvvenlv-foui bonis) of water  ware used foi piping aud for sweeping the bedrock ��u thc  ci-d of the season. From actual  survejs, this amount of water  w?shed down 1,251,^399 cubic yards  of material, consisting of pay gravel  lying on the bediock, and varying  in thickness from a few inches to  eight feet, and practically barren  top material, consisting of mountain slide, cairyiug considerable  broken rock, clay aud soil. The  banks varied 111 height from 50 to  130 feet, the average height being  63 feet. The grade of tbe sluices  was 7 inches to 12 feet, tbe boxes  being paved with block nflle3 12  inches deep. Long bedrock cuts  extended from thc -heads of- the  sluices to within a few feet of the  battks, and were/kept practically to  grade as the work advanced.  "At first electric dulls were* used  '011.this work, but it was found that  ���heavy blasting., shattered the rock  too much, and caused" slips, these  drills ,were .abandoned   and hand  ���drills were substituted.    The bedrock cuts,  "run   in  black   shite of  pooi qualitv, had to be constant!}  ���wuched and in places timbered lo  picvent accidents . Eleclnc, li*>ht��  wee used 111 the nunc dining the  night tune and 'in Ihe tunnel while  cleaning-dp was "going om.j Seven  deau-ups weic made 111 the sluices  dm ing the se-ison, and at thc end  of thc 11111 the bediock. winch had  been uiK.oveied was well swept and  everything piped 'down 1..I0 the  bidioek cuts, Jihese vvcte caiefulh  cleaned Stiid cievised up,/Then.-  snlt ol the season's vvork was $31:,-  6rS, showing a \alVe ol only 2 52  cents pei cubic \aid foi" the ma  lenal washed The b.tllion obtained Ccinii. fiom the f'dlo" ui<;  bounces vSlmces, $��27,315, or 86 5  pei cent ol tbe total, bedrock  ditches, *)3Su, o. ,12 percent, 1111-  u\ lciineuls (2) $-92 61 1 5 per  cent " The ui.tieicurieiiN-v ere run  onlv ihitc and a h-di-mouths  " The cobt ot opeiatiun, foi the  season v as "327,511, which, deducted fiom ihe $31,618 of bullion  produced, left a profit of ^ $4107  The total'cost w_as made up as follows    - V      'Cost.      Cost per  1 " -     cu. yd  Care of ditch, &e   -,$2,787 $000223  Washing, piping  Drilling  Timbenng, &o.  on bedrock cut  ���,t Labor & .Supplies 1,081  Blacksmilhing  Cleaning up  Moving pipes &  giants  Breaking rocks &  clay   -  Clearing   giound  - ' for piping  General expenses  watching sluices  and odd jobs  Supplies used in  mine  r  Taxes, office expenses, "' legal  expenses, etc.  Atlin,  Ns��&��$st * s*nsSs Grape Ringi  And All Ki.ids. 01 Jewelle'iy Manufactured on tl-ie Premises.  j$J3"    Wliv s?ud out when 3011 can %*t goocK.as cheap heie^   ;  ���    Walclses Froths &C s:s*j   FSma LSno of SsssvoTnir Swoons.  JULES E6GERT k SON, The Swiss Watchmakers. "  ' Oi  ���/  I  TLI  or 1  What the Cons.   Spruce Ck '  ��� ��� Co. Expect.  %fvf  m  Extensive Improvements V/;ll Bo  Inaugurate*:1 This Spring ���  550,000 Will Be Spent.  2,401  00192  1,320  00105  756  '00059  1,081  00086  644  00051  969  0007 7  S99  "00071  6,225  00490  158  3.089  3.015  0001:  002 **o  oo-,4i  4,267       00341  Total -   $27,511 $0.02198  A resume of the mason's work is  as follows: Penod, 9 months; water  used, 655,657 .miners' inches^ ina-  teual washed, T, 251,399 cubic  yards cubic yards per miners',  inch, 1.91; area ��� of bediock uncovered, "7314 acres, bullion produced, $31,618, average yield per  inch of water, 4,82 cents; a-rerage  yield per cubic yard of gravel, 2,52  cents; aveiage yield per square foot  of bediock, 9.8 cents; yield per  acie, $4,323; average height of  bank washed, 63 feet.  "The washing of such poor  giavel during tbf past season was  due to the fact that the company  was finishing up work 011 one of  the benches before moving to another place, aud, in doing this, had  to wash a large proportion of the  lim gravel. Though the. profit  obtained was sirrill and the final result could hardly be considered a  very satisfactory one, still il shows  thai under fairly satisfactory conditions gravel of quite low grade can  be worked at a profit.  ] OR  or  '' V  -i, I  ' -1    y'  ; I 'i itiiUH  * r '    ."-  '    ^   \ Gi-i^sr  -    . * J-v1 1'  t   '.*" .? ">���  ' A- ,' ��� -�� 'k'-U  ���*���>* ����� ntv* aT*J!  ' 1  '    '��- , XXM  Alaska,; Yiikoir-andr/^'^^^j  Northern   B.C.    " \'" ���:*  = s <���-",��  rrov  Accordiucr to Tbe I!;^GI^^ iking  ���t j!in:vg Journal,   m  lefeinntr  to t'ie  CoiisohJittd. boiuce  Cieek  Pl.'^us. L'tuiletl, that )Otut al savs  "Thi��* comiuny s��iv*3   that  it hold-.  16 concessions co"\ei*i��g 'on** miles  of placei-- along Spiuce orcck ui theJ ~s  A'tln. d.strut, also tv o v^lei ugl ts  ror 1500   milieu'    inches   ol watei  from   Spiuce    and   Little   SpVuce  creeks   The company is capilrbzed  at   $2,500000    111   $1    sbaies,   -of  winch one-half is  Treasuiy slock  Tbe com'"a1'^was "organized under  the laws of the State, of Washing-  cagwsy to Atlin k Dawson  '      "        . &o '1 o 7  HIRSCHEELD'S  <r>^AA-u  A-"Q^k  ���      " *-?''-%&%  ��� < r   -^4  "        -,r ?�� %  <    1   ' l jfv-J'*  ^  Notice.  ���RTOrrcr. is, heiebj kjmmi t'nt application  , w ill he 111 itlu to the Pin linniem of C��im-  On, at tlip next Session theicof for un net to  nice 1 poi .Up a compniij �� itli po-n ci to build,  ei|iup, 11um1ta.il mill oponito" a line or line*  ol l.ulw ij fio-n some point on Kitunat tn-  lq.t 111 Co.'-.t JJi^ti ict, in ttio PioMiico of Un-  ti��.l Columbia tlionoo li} tho most conve-c  ,..,-,., ,    iiir>nt iii! feasible  routo   to   Ilazelto-i   on i  lOU, and    Its    lieadquarteiS   Tie    at   Sk'euna >ne.   ia   the  Uwur   District m  Seattle.    The officers aie  'Charles 's.nJ i*ro\mte, thenco fiom snui Huzolton  bj the most feisible and pi acticable route to  a j.oiut Q.11 Uu> Noithoin 13ounclaij line   of  tlir PioMnocof Biilisli Columbi.i at or near  fclni Lalcroi Atlin Lake oi-both,   And nl-  ��.o tiom sud Ha/plton bj the most renBon-  ablo and feasible route''to a point ot oi near  the LastPi n Ro.mdarj  Imp of tho   Proline* ���  mu Skepna, Bnbine, Duftuood, Oinitiocanncl  ��  l\iila> Ri\er-3 to Peato Kivor Pat.3,   thenp*  Lasteib to  the   I-.as.tern   boundao   of the  Pi ounce, thenco   to a point  at or neai Edmonton,    111 the   Northwest Ten Hones of  Canada, with  uuthoritj   also  to construct,  ecnup, maintain and opeiato branches  from  nil} point in the proposed lino or hues,  not  e\ccedni�� In any one caio tlurtj   miles in  length, and uit'ipouei tocon��truet,acquire  o\\ n and maintain wharves an 1 docks in connection therewith, and to eonsti uct,owu,uc-  ciune, equip aud mmitaiustoirn and other  vessels and boats, and operate the same on  nnj navigable waters, and to construct, op-  piate.audmaintain telegiapli and lelephonn  lines along the   routes of said ra.lw aj   anj  its bianubos,or in connection therewith,and  to tiausmit messages, foi  commercial   pur-,  poses, and to collect toll*^therefor ,   and  to  aoiunc and iocoi\a from any  Govai-nmeut,  oorpoiatiou,   or  pei sous,   gra-its  of  land,  lights  of wav. mones,   bonuses, prhileeras  01 othei assistance m aid of theconsti uctiou  of the   Company a undoi taking, and to connect w itli and to enter into trailic or  other  .11 ransrenients   with i ailwaj , steamboat  or  other companies, and for  all ruhts, powers  and pinllesres uecessarv, usual  or incidental to all oi any of tho aforesaid pin poses  Dated  this 4th day of Februnrj, A  D-1W2,  J. A. Gemmill,  -���       Solicttoi for Applieanti  "i".:  v  ���*���"??!  L Dennj*,,presidenl, W M Erook,  \ <ce president and geneial iranagei,  Elbert Blaine, tieasurcr, Burton E.  Bennett, secietary. The trastee^.  are C L Denny, 15. li. Burvvell,  E. F Blame, S Frauenthal/AV  M. Brook, E.^ Bovvdm and J II '  Gaddis A consideiable amount of  prospecting work has been done on  the pioperty, and it is estimated  that there is a veiy large amount  of gra\el running 40 cents per  cubic j aid, which by a proper  equipment of ditches, pipe lines,  grants and sluices can be handled  at a cost of 10 cents per yard "  A-resume of tbe work accom-  pUshed by the" many individual  miners, owning property contiguous  to tbe company's lines/ will be  given next week. j  '��� :A'MAT  \Xa&\  "* ������ f<?h  XA??k<  xl%-:  ' -   1 "lAl  ��H-,iwf4r��l^"wJ  - 7*"     A'p'  fi ���->' >"-i  . rAA /J  1      ��� **r  ~    tx  i",c-.-��1 *,*!���{ 1  Copies ot the new* Placer Act of  1901, consolidated with tbe Acts of  1898 and 1S99, for sale at the  Claim Office.    ,  Get your irieuds to subscribe for  "The Athu Telegraphic Bulletin,"  ���weekly.  Certificate of Improvements.  ,ROCK   01'   AGES   MINEKAL   CLAIM,  SiiOATB o>. Pivl   Cheek, Atlin Divihioh,  Casbiah Distiuct, 15. C.  ���VTOTICE is hereby civoii tiiat Wo, P. A,  iN Wise, W, G. Mitchell and K. II. Run-"  nails, l.ito-.id, Sixty days from date, to  npplytothe Miniusr Recorder for a Certi-'  iicnte of Improvements far the purpose of  obtaining u Crown Grant of tho above mine-  rat claim.  Ami KuuruiSK, Take notice that nctiuu  under suction 37 must bo commenced before  tho issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of February, 1002.  P. A. Wise.  ,      W. G. Mitchell.  mci-BM N, II. IttiNSALLfi.  A tx-  >*'"*    T   ^  Ml  Notice.  A. B Cm Ltd,, Lia , Paiitm5!>3UIP. -- T��  James Hume, M. II. McCaub asd Ecu  Hume, iheiii Agent ob Acs-XTa:  T V\*. J. Audcriou. prut on nor in th�� abeva  ' named Partnership, herebj kIvb notic*  to the above-named J.imeti Hume, M. II Mc-  Cabo and Kli Hume or other their Agmit or  Aeronts, that tho eura of $182,49 is uovr duo  me from each of the above-mentioned James  Humoi U, II. MoCabe aud Eli Hume, as per  Assessment No. 2, rendered in accordance  with See. 64,1891, and as the *ald assooirnent  lias not boon paid in compliance therewith,.  I shall proceed under and by virtue of th��  powers conferred by Scotion 6S," Consolidated Placer Act. 1001, unless the said amount*  bo paid to mo on or before March 12th, 1052, '  together with all assessments wbioh may an-  erue and other oosts and charges oconslouf.-l  by such default. W. J. Andbbsos,  Mirr., A. B. C, LtJ. Lia , Partnership.  Sprtioo Croek, Atliu MUihiz Uutri��t, B. C  Atlih. B. C. lr��t��. 6fh, I9i*S. " ffe'S-U  ,wV*^^IW.SUW*��^rt.  "'"=���-   TVIJR'  ���^STgW.if.TT'?-  ^j-^^iW.r^?i^;sra^C:VRr;"a'"i'"  711 ,;   '\  l-   ���'.'*.  \,  ATLIN, 13 C , SATURDAY,* MARCH iS.   rgo2*v  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Chiireb of .I'ligliinil: .      t  St. Mm tin's Chinch, cor. Thiid and Ti-ain-  or iti-ceta. Sunday sorvlcei, Matins at 11 a.  m.,1 Uveusone 7:S3 p. in. Cflcbiatiou of Holy  Communion, 1st Suudav in phcIi month and  on Special'occasions. Stiiidaj School, Sunday at 3 p. in. Committee Meetings, 1st  Tluir��du> in each month.  Uet. V. I.. .Stephenson, Hector,  i St. Audiew's I'l-Phbyteiian Cluiii-b hold  serviios in the Chinch on SecoinI Sticct.  .MornnifC spvweti at 11 oteniiiR '���cimiio 7.30  Sunday Sclmol nl the-(lose of the moi nii��K  nooloe. I5i-'\.M. 'Uusscll, Minister i'rec  Roncllrifr lioom, to \\ Inch all aie welcome.  The Claim is thit. week, a little  behind time owing to our waiting  the ^arrival. of oun new stock of  paper,,which had*reached Caribou,  ��� but by vviie we ascertain the teams  have riot yet left that point.  Placer Act/1901, consolidated,  for sale at this office.  Deputy Gold Commissioner E. J.  " Thain returned  on Thuisday afternoon from  Bennett," vvheie   he had  been   holding   an   inquest  011  the  ' body   ot a 'German, named  House-  .n-aiiu, who was killed  by the train  on Thursday  last.   'The Coroner's  jury tendered a verdict of accident-  r.l death, attaching blame to no one.  ���   liouseman, with bis partner, Weil-  bev were on their  way to  Dawson  and-were walking  along the \V. P.  Ry track/when   overtaken   by the  train.    Housemann  was ,unable to  wain a footlold ,on  the snow  bank  -and- fell   back , just  as the engine  was   passing.    He   was struck.on  the bead -by tbe   engine and must  have been instantly killed, as when  picked up  life   was   extinct.    His  body was taken to Bennett to await  the inquest.  A: ISfickerson, having made arrangements to handle the egg crops  of tbe ranches at Saanich and Salt  Spring Island, is now prepared to  give the public a strictly- fresh and  reliable article (by dozen or case),  gathered every day and laid down  in Atlin in 8 or .10 days. Also  California, Oregon and B. C. new  creamery butter received every  week direct from the makers.  For a good, square meal, iu a  hurry, go to The Quick Lunch  Room'.    Mrs. Henning, Prop.  William Gibson left on Tuesday  morning for Dawson, where he intends to cast in bis lot. May success attend him.  Tom Hinchclifife's Pony Express  leaves Atliii Wednesdays for Log  Cabin; Passengers, $10; 'Freight,  .07 per lb.  Archie Shiels, who has for tbe  last two years been connected with  the Atlin Mining Co., has resigned  his position, and left on Thursday  night for the Coast. Mr. Shiels,  during^iis long stay in Atlin, has  made many warm friends and was  prominent in , every public movement. He was an active member  of tbe Board of Trade and Council.  We wish him every prosperity  wherever he may decide to locate.  To Amateur Photographers ���  Toning aud fixing solution for  Solio and other papers, in bulk,  ready for use, at Hirschfeld's.  Dick Dunlop, who has bdeu  hoending the winter with his friends  m Vancouver, returned this week.  George Findlay   is one of the returning   pilgrims   from  the coast  nBe got in on Wednesday evening.  Fresh  Finnan   Haddics al Nick-  erson's.       '���       , .  R. D. and Mrs. Fetheistonhaugh  returned this week' fiom a liip to  the Old Country,'and have taken  up their residence at their old  house at the south end of town.  At ure��eut Mi. Fetherstonhaugh  has nothing 'for publication. Work  will be lesumed on McKee crvek a-  soon tis the vvea'ht:: will pei suit,  and an additional .supply of fluuu*  lumbei will-be hauled down ovci  the icc.r ,  i*W. Walmsley has a first-class  hotel al Caribou Crossing, and pro-  jniscs his palions the best of even-  thing.    Excellent '-tabling.  Show Case foi sale.--Apply at  the Claim Office.  " Pad " Fenn leaves early next  week lor .Skagway, whcie he'expects to���nieet his two chilchen who  aie on the , way in- fiom Seattle.  One of his- children Dad has not  seen for seven years.   ���  Home Made Bread, 10 loaves, $1,'  at the Vancouver Restaurant &  Bakery.  -  Mr. Day, of Pine'creek,' aud his  wife are mushing in from Log Cabin, and are due in today. '  Lowney's chocolates at Doekrill  & Bourne's.  C. D. Newton" is repoi ted to be  coming in'next week, and it is also  said that he is' bringing in an, hydraulic plant [ for' .the propeity on  Boulder -creek iii' vybich > he arid  other local men are interested*.  Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure.���It *"-i sold m all the store's in  Allin.  ,  A ball was given?.last night in  McDonald's Hall,_ Discovery, by  the Atliii District Miners' Association, at which there was a large  gathering. The dance was one of  the- mo=.l successful given in Discovery this season.  Placer Act, 1901, consolidated,  for sale at this office.  A hockey match - was^ played at  the Rink last Saturday between a  team picked by Mr. Gillaid and  five of the team which went to  White Horse. The former won-by  a score of 6 to 5.  There is more -solid comfoit in a  cup of Blue Ribbon .Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  Norton Bios., woiking on the De  Lamare property on Boulder creek,  picked up a 3]4. ouut.e nugget fiom  bedrock last week. Thc prospects  for an exceptionally fine clean-up in  spring are good, as the boys have  practically taken out wages as they  went along.  Fresh Ranch Eggs, just arrived,  at E. L. Pillman & Co.'s  Furnished rooms 10 rent���apply  Hotel Northern.  The dance, which was lo have  been given at the B. C. Hotel last  night, was postponed on account of  tbe one given by the Miners' Association.  A concert will be held on Friday,  28th inst, in the Fiist Presbyterian  Church. Rev. Mr. Russell is leaving early in April for the Old  Country, aud this concert is being  given as a parting '"send-off."  Get your friends to subscribe for  "The Atliii Telegraphic Bulletin,"  ���weekly.  Leading   House \ for, ' _r  Drv   Goods, ' Boots/and , Shoes. ;-  I.    . " "  Special, Bargains in Clothing-     <* \     ^      ��**        ���*      .*  �����av        OUR    PRICES   ARE   THE   LOWEST.  -   .      Oiders taken ior Tailor-made Suits.  V EM DOM E ���, HOTEL.  T " ' 1. , 1 !  '    v Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars:  FREE BOWLING ALLEYS  .    -;/fiote1.Ru$$e;  Choice Wines; Liquors and Cigairs.  ���pool and Billiards Tree,   -  *ixori-' & ��� Burton;   iPrcifrs.  "        0.���DOELKER,-"   .  ;    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON.HAND.    .    ���  '    Fish, ��� Game   in l season and   home/ made.   Sausage.  Northers ITotki. Building,  Fikst Street,  /Finest  Wines/. Liquors   and   Cigars.;  Furnished Rooms by the Day,   ..   .. ���<    ���''  '     ' .;- y.^r^Week'or Month.  J. G (JorxEM/  r  G. K. IIMtKB  Discovery. .' ,  OPEN DAY AND.NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION.  llemlcnmiicri fovBul.-��-t .*. Punv.tlN -ruse  pi kit; tdke HATFi  DISCOVERY, B.  C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling  1 Ed. S.\rns, I'rtjpi if.'di-. .  'THE   IRVING    HOTEL,  Pine City, B.C.  Has the Best Equipped Bar.  Tho McDonald   Eiiteitalnn-eiit   Hull in Collection .  II   McDonald. Pi op  HOTEL .VANCOUVER.  UliST   LIQUORS   A   CIGARS  Good   Accommodation. ��� ltLSTAUKAvr  i>  1 '    Connection.  S. JOHNSTON, V\ ciprietor. "  Good Stablintffor Hor������ ami Uo^��.  W.   WALLACE GRIME '& Co.,  MIMNG BROKERS & COMMISSION AGENTS.  Third Street, Atlin B. C.  K     BATHS  .   BARBER SHOP  v  1'. LINK Prop.  Now occupy their ucvr qunitcrs nnxt  , to tho lJmik of B. N. A.. 1'irit Street.  Tlio bath roomsaro enunlly as (food aa found  in  citia?.   Private  Eiilriince for Indies.    ,  IP   YOU   WANT  Inforrnation  t      *  CONCERNING  MINES & MINING PROPERTY  ���In the Atlin District  WRITE  TO  A. O. Hirschfeid ���  Real   Estate  and   Mining  Broker,  P. O. Box, 36. Atlin, B. C.  ^^^^^  Closing OUT  ���XTOR do we put another man's prices on pasteboard and advertise  iNi at his expense, as we expect to do business here permanently  $WE are.however, inakinK Special prices on many and will meet  ? VV all I EGITIMATE competition. We are confident that we  f can Save You Money on a great many thing*. Our lines are very  i complete, and your inspection is invited,--Yours; for^usiuess,  5ft?^w ���,? E. L PILLMAN a CO.  UOULDUH  :5J^WMWWWW ^AA^WHA^W^A^VWV^/^^VS  1 if  1  t."  mmwmw^tmmmmmimmm  mtizmz&simm&ssEzsm

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