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 &  ��� fir* A  .as.' - iku^^mSj  VOL.  AT UN, B. C, SATURDAY,   MAY 3,"   kjo:  NO.  146.  Ml PORT ANT  That the public should know v.c have a large Stock of  ���    BOOTS    AND . SHOES  This week  we opened   up. a   large  consignment which arrived last  F-iii.     We must sell, which means We will Sacrifice.  Men's Fine Shoes, Mack and Tan, American  and Canailia:: make;      Men's Good Working  ' Shoe's;    Ladies Shoes, Hiitloucd and I/iced ;  Children's Shoes iu all si/.es and grades.  All   of the very best quality money can  buy.  Call and be convinced that each and every one  who buys a pair .will  get a snap.  Gold Seal   Hin.Gum   Hoots, So.50.  Remember we have dropped to the lowest notch on  Groceries.  Ogilvie's  Flour,  per sack, $3.75.     Olympic Flour,  per sack, S3.50.  Rest Rex Hams,  per lb,,  .24 c.        Best Rex Bacon,   per lb.,  .25 c.  - BLACKETT & CO.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    SS,000,000.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  San. Francisco,  Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Gold Dust Pukciiaskd���Ahsav Ukkici: j:-.' G.'Nxkction.  J.  S.   Ml'XKO, Manager.  LOUIS   SCHULZ,  Wholesale   and    Retail    Butcher  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN,"   B.   G  m  ���    The Vancouver General Store.  Dealers  in Provisions,   Dry   Goods,   Etc.,  a.   S.   CRCSS  &   Go.  'mttt Bakery and Restaurant.  si-kciai.tiks ix  FANCY   CAKES    &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bs��ead, Rye Bread, e&ts.  Chas.   Mvkk, Proprietor.  Gooil Hooni*/ to Went--li.v tin* 11,-iy, WivU or .Munlli ;it  ������uwiniinlilo rates.  JIMMY REGAIN  Sh&lfassd H@awy Hardware,  Acme C/'luli and Goiiuhin Hoc-lei*.*' Skates    Mini's-  Hall' Soli's anil Shoe Xiiik:   llonr.v  Piston & Son's Sum's. Windows,  Doors, (lluss and  I'uttny, etc., etc.  Full Line of Winchester���Slack & Smokeless���Rifle & Shotgun  Cartridg-es.  Goods   Bcurjl-.L   Sold   <iml   !">.< Iiiimj'.'d.  The = Bank = of-British = Nortli -America   Kstnlilisli'c'.l inJSilli.   Incorporaloil liy Royal ClnirtiM*.  Paio Ui* Caittai.   .-    -.  -    -    -    -    $4,S66,666 .���  Rkshrvk Fund a-   -   -----   $1,776,333  ���Head Office-in-Canada:  Montreal.  H. Stikkman, General  Manager.  Branches in all the principal cities ol" Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco. Seattle. Tacoma, Portland, .Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Etc.  .   ASSAY Offl.CE  Cold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken oir Consignment.  Quartz Assaying at Reasonable Rates.  Development on   the ��� Laver-  diere Group  Proving- it to bo a Proporty of  Exceptional Value ���Hanging-  Wall Not Encountered at  184 Feet.  Development work has been diligently carried on, almost without  intermission, 011 the Laverdiere  copper group on Torey inlet,' and  the instructions of Mr. John Cap-  lice, of Butte, Montana, who has a  working bond on the properly, lo  "continue the drift until the hanging wall was encountered," have  been faithfully attended, to. To  Messrs. Canavan & Brown, Civil  Engineers, who have -been making  a survey of sonic of the claims, we  are indebted for the following account of the work done and tbe  prospects of the property:  "The tunnel, commenced last  year and run in 5S feet, has been  continued, running in a westerly  direction, with a slight bend to the  south, and now 'measures 1S4 feet  in length, 4 feet 6 inches wide and  6 feet 3 inches high. The end of  '.he tunnel is, vertically, 135 feel  below Lhe surface of Lhe ground.  "Measurements taken show  some 153 feet of au ore body. The  tunnel cutting' ��� through some 31  feet of diorite. At present no definite hanging wall has been struck,  the tunnel now being in mixed  diorite and ore, where the ore will  probably run 'out, that being tbe  general experience of copper veins  in British Columbia.  "The vein is easily traced where  exposed for over half a mile by the  copper stains on the rocks, its direction being slightly west of north.  " From recent assays, it is believed the ore will average throughout, a high percentage iii copper; at  this moment there must be several  thousand dollars worth of ore on  the dump."  DELAYED  WIRES.  A Boon for  Daw sen and for  Vancouver.  Royalty on the Yukon Gold Output  Practically Cut to Nothing  ��� Vancouver Gets a Scoop  on Seattle.  Anio:'ig the despatches received  this week, is one to the following  effect: "Yukon gold royalty, cut  five pei' cciit, to take the form of  a rebate sold to the Dominion Assay Office at Vancouver."  According to our interpretation  of the telegram, in as much as the  royalty oir'Yukon gold was last  year reduced from leu to five per  cent, with a rebate of one per cent  if the gold were minted at the Dominion Assay Office at Vancouver;  the present reduction practically  means that there will be no royalty upon all gold* put through the  Vancouver office, and the new order of things -will mean much to  that city to the loss and detriment of .Seattle and San' Francisco. The local Government would  lose nothing by.making a corresponding concession.,  Messrs. Fountain & Clark have  just completed their assessment on  a group of claims adjoining the Laverdiere group, and although they  do not say very much, they are  perfectly satisfied with the prospects. In this instance the ore  body so far exposed is described as  a veritable quarry.  For Love of a Woman-  Kamloops, April 30th. ��� Louis  Paquetle was shot and killed by  F. Leger at NoLch Hill, about  half way between Revelstoke and  here. He was crazed with love  lor Paquette's wife, and admitted  the deed aud gave himself up. He  is now in jail iu this city, awaiting his trial, which will in all  probability take place at the sitting of the Court of Assize  Tuesday next.  on  The anniversary to*be celebrated  by the A. O. U. W. on Thursday  evening next, will take the form of  a smoking concert, recitations, etc.  The concert is free and an excellent programme has been arranged.  Everyone is welcome. The A. O.  U. W. have always proved themselves to be good hosts and this  will be no exception.  Societe     Miniere's    Development on Boulder.  'The result of the last few week's  development on the property of the  Societe Miuiere de la Colombie Bri-  tauique on   Boulder creek has been  eminently   satisfactory.    This   has  consisted   in   running  a  series   of-,  drifts   from  a  shaft   up and dowut  and across the channel to determine'  the extent   and   richness of the pay '  channel.    The prospects have been  so gratifying that similar work will  be  prosecuted   later  in the season.  The men   hitherto  employed upon  this work  have   been put upon the  work of preparing for the hydraulic  operations   of   the   season.      The  pressure  box and  pipe line are being   moved   some 300  feet up the  creek.    Owing to the previous position of the pressure box, as laid by-  Mr. Christopher, the present change  will  give  an  additional   14 feet of  pressure.    Sixteen   men   are   now  employed  upon  the  work  of preparation.  "���^rn  ^ rwawjtfMMw fWuWwt ,-h  :^S^tS^^^%^'f^''ffi*m''. 'yaSawgaaiaa  ��'S*StfiBffi*����*' , a.<!
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Lli^Q^.S[P^KA-M!-i^''7Sp'eciiI:ilion-- lias
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Zrecentjictiqir.in7voting/against the
A'otcZpf WiuiC: ofyconlKleuCc against
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■-:.;. which;appeared in ourissue of last
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^/tfie/views expressed; in our issue of
7yyioi.hyulto.; yTt:'\vouid;beZiieedless for
-a us to-';' enh^hten;'':dur:y readers: up-1
7 on /the/appointment ^of /.Gold Coni-Z
Z-; missibiierSybrZZ their duties/when: Uie,
;APlacerZ;Act,7Part, TX;Z/Seci.ions;/ 128.'
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y ButZaS to ythe;;1;' Judicial /Powers/'-
with   whichZ Gold   Commissioners
are asked to be endowed, as prayed
7 for in the.7Miiieis'Zpetitibii,7 it'innst
be,, remembered   that .though tiie
,7 Province may make anddoes make
its own 'mining laws  it has no say
in the matter of appointing Judges
to carry out these laws, in as far as
a Court has to   :be   resorted / to for
'.interpretation:     As'  before Zstated
the Act ofjUnionZ gives  almost un-,;
limited   power   to/ the7 Provincial
; Legislature, but 7at  the same time,
the / Province /cannot   pass     laws
which are at; variance with Dominion Statutes," viz 7 "The.' A lieu/ Act
; and .theB.C. Immigration;; Act  of
1966,   hence   Gold  Commissioners:
(Cannot: be given judicial-powers .by
the authority from which   they   receive/their appointments.a
vf hezBntisH-American Dredg-
;zt ;, / frig/Company.!
To Take Over the Race Hor-se. and
Foathor  Group ;6'f" Hydraulic
7   Leaseholds. \
"A. Engineer Directorate.
The Annual Meeting of stockholders of the Engineer Mining Co.
was held in Skagway on 7-the 25th
ult, when the following directorate
was elected: W. H. /King, H. Iv.
Ntcolai, Oscar Card, Frank A. McDonald and Hi 15. LeFevre. An
Auditing .Committee, consisting of
the following, was also chosen: M.
A. Covington, JC. R. Peoples and
A. H. Brackett.
'••'/."'■The,". Prospectus /oLhlic/British-
Aniei'ican Dredging/ -Q.6% of/Pliila-
clelphia.'.Pa/'is just Zip haiul/Z/zTIre
cbnipaiiy ..lias" ;(been;A organized' to
•take'.-iip. and operate the Race/Horse
and Feather group of leases'qii'.-Fine
creek,, below/ tjic;canyon; Air the
properly v-local Ivy knqwir .,aS:Z;;;/tlie
/'yl'o^M-.yKarni./Z/ / Mlie'/prospectus,
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be ^demonstra^
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posed of nieii of- siibstance, /and, be-:'
twccii:vtheiu, ;iiaye;Z sul)scribed . and
paidZihytp.t:heZ/iVeasury.bf;tbe; Coni-
pany ;;y the,;7:.sum:; of.s$2 2,500^:yyThe
personnel -is■■.■as/follows:/S./'Az^ Chase■/
President; C6l.;/T:;7H;77Miigiiniiss,/
V ice-Pi-esid e 1 it; 7 A-yy/D -:' Ford, I Sec-:
retary/;7rO.Z7:T;, ,SwitzerZ:7;General
Manager;:7B./; C..7AVarniCk/ZZ/Trea-
surer;R;Z A. Messier, SenatqrZC., A.Z
Reed / A\". / Si ;-W6y cl,-:' YL.: A\'7yF^.:Can-;
avan aiKl^.Z'C.Z.Middletbif./' Beuj..
G.yWarnick7/&;,,;Co;7Z^^
delphia yagents. :."bf 7 the 7/Company.';
The ./firstz/allptihent/:/ of::::/:ibd,oob
shares,/:yat 750 cents, lias -just been
put-uppu-thetmarket.;~A^;^^^;.;-^Z,;;.;;z,/^
ZZ/A dredge^ ZhavingZ/a;.capacity of
5000 cubic/yards every 24 hours is
I now. being-constrncted by the Ris-
don Iron Works of San Francisco,
which it"/ is auticipatedi/will be installed uppn.the/ ground before tiie
opening of the mining season. 0:;e
of the commendable features as laid
down -by the prospectus is that "no
salaries shall be . paid until/ thr;
dredges have been -placed iipou the
property shocving profitable returns,
and that; the most-..■rigid economy
will be practiseclin the expenditures
of all moneys." : *■■■■■■■'■'■
The. local shareholders,: in the
Pine TuiineT Syndicate will, doubtless, be 7 pleased toy learn that their
share.s....are.7 now. liable to obtain.at.
least their face value by the knowledge that ,the ground is about to
beactiveiy exploited'.
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In a 'ail a its} Branches*
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///' 77/    y/ACorner Pearl and First; Streets^ Atlin -7 B.C./ /'/ a: /::7 77 /
This/: New /andZ/Commodious: Hotel was /opened:; to the Pul)lic,Z April
/.;y7 Z/r6th,7 igoiv---Eyerythingyin :i
/ A        : ;ytf/;7    giolCEST W1NLS, LIQUORS ANI) CIGARS-—CASE (500DSZASPtciAUY.;r 7;^/^ ^7   r
^PO"make room-for large;Spriiig7inip6rtatipns,;;.I:have;decided,/tbZiiiider-/;;7
/ :7/Zsell Cut/Rales/alreadyZ'A
lowing prices:  -  :" -.' /. '7-;:,-77 Z/Z/77://y';-.-..y/Zi/Z-/;7;■'Z:'7y/:-:7/. :; ..;//.7:/..7/7::;yy;:
Alert; Bay Salinon,/per/doz.
Worcester .Sauce:/7 :.,,' ; .A
Sinico Jam, 5-ib pail
Fv,: Apples,  5 lbs/ •■.
Ajifieots ••"•; //.i,//
Peaches:      ;   ,,/7 -7,      7/vS
jyMoccasins,  $2.00/]ier7 pair. 7 Pelt   Overshoes   ■&/-. Manitoba:/7 Arctics,'
Ladies' & Children's Boots and Shoes, Dry Goods, etc..' etc., at cost.7 /
Crosse & Black well's J a ms and Marmalades and all other Goods.■■;■■.:--.
■.      :,Reduced7io:tp:2oZper.cent.Z;7
All ;Goods Warranted and if/ not Satisfactory Money Returned.   ';'■■
$2* 5P.
'Pears7'7;::■/■/ 7,,/.',7.7/;y//y ■■•■/; a. .. A75
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:Cooking Figsv/ 7 Z Z/7,,:,.///7.. -65
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:Siigar,--8 lbs /   ■■■'■■'  7            .■'■■■'■■'-i.oo
v.oo
Clieese,-per lbZ   / Z               .     7. 2,
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Fubeck .Sliced Potatoes,'; per-'lb'.'   30
.65
Flam and Bacon, per lb                 25
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Yukon  Winter Mail Service
v    A
Has Ceased.
What was expected to he the last
winter mail from'White Horse to
Dawson, left White Horse on the
23rd. The trail is becoming very
unsafe and before many days will
will have to be abandoned till navigation opens, this, it is thought,
Will lie early.
Come Home to Roost. ,.".
Robert /McKee, the discoverer
and locator of the creek which lakes
his name,- returned to Atlin- this
week after wandering in other fields
for over a year. He spent some
time iu the Big Salmon country, in
Dawson, at Nome and prospected
some five hundred miles of the
coast adjacent thereto, but found
no place with better or brighter
prospects than the Atlin district.
I-Ie is satisfied now to stay with
this country and feels assured that
those who stay with it will "come
out on top.','.       -
I ;THE- ^
.George E. Hayes, Proprietor  Z
Cok. First an'd Tkainok Strijuts.
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mill ull'eiv tin: liestiii'iHinimocliition to TrniisuMit or Perniiinent
l'4;u*sts.—'Aiiitirii.'iiii anil Kurnimiiii plun.
inest Wines, Litsuors and Cigars.
.Billiards   and   Pool.
FIN1CST FOUlPPI'l) HOTFI, IN THIv NORTH.    KVERYTHING
CONDUCTliD IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNF.R.
French   Restaurant in   Connection.
David  Ha.stih,   Pkoi-riktcik.
Corner of h'irst and  Diseoverv Streets.'
T
E   GOLD    HOUSE,
DISCOVERY,
B..C.
Tiie things people want to know
are usually none of their business.
There's room for everybody in
this big world, but we can't all
have front rooms.
(.). \V. Joiishton. Muniifrcr.
Comfortably Furnished Rooms—By the Day, Week or Month.
The Best of Liquors and Cigars always in  Stock. — Fine stable in connection with the House.
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AH tff  C.   SATVRDAV,   MAY 3.   1902.  can   give   You   os Good Value for your CASH as' Q r0oerieS���  Provisions, etc.  any House m   .town. . "' ���        ���,  IHry    ff?S    w/#&    /#    &S8SS    see.  (���riant   Powder' on   hand.  "j"F      /5W  J; ii Jr  sv  A Good Round Sum-- A New  Loan.  Dunn & Co.'s  Heavy   Liabilities  Tho    Graham     Investigation  Still Going- on.  Manifestly Weak in Fighting  Strength.' '  ���  St  P   **���*��,��,��;.   and Grape  Rings  And All Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured on the Premises.  lfti&~    Why send out when you can get goods as cheap here ?  Watches Front $5 up.   Fine Line of Souvenir Spoons.  Victoria, April 20II1. - The  Provincial ��� budget has just been  brought down and shows a deficit  of $1,700,ono. Contemplating caL'h  subsidies lo railroads and other improvement*; under 'Government  auspices, it is1 more ihan.likcly a  $3,000,000 loan will be floated and,  if so, New York will-- be looked to.  The Government advocates increasing the head lax upon Chinese to  $500 and asserts its ability to carry  out' its proposal of laud and cash  subsidies for the Canada Northern  and Vancouver, Victoria & Kastern.  Fatal Flro Nearly, Wipes Out a  Wholo Family..---S. F. Stroot  Railroad Strike -Settled.  Wasiiincthn, D.C.',' April 29II1.  ���-The authorities of the'War Ue-  pailnieut in their naval programme  submitted to the Government, admit that the United States have  few fighting ships of any value and  that in the event of war with any  of.lhe Powers the naval'force would  be totally inadequate even for defensive purposes.  Vaxcouvku, April 29th. ���  Thirty-five men left here yesterday  for Halifax, N. vS., under Lieut.  Worsnop, to join the new contingent for South Africa. Fieut. Worsnop is a son of Lieut.-Colonel  Worsnop, Collector of Customs at  Vancouver, and was one of the B.  C. Volunteer representatives'ut the  Queen's,Diamond Jubilee in -1S97.  He has for some years been in the  service of the Imperial Bank of  Canada in their local branch.  (JUKUUC, April 29th. ��� A sad  fatality is reported from St. Nor-  bert, Quebec, by the burning of  the house occupied, by John Bap-  tisie Nonchainp. Five children  were burned to death and another  so severely that it cannot recover,'  the father and mother in their efforts to save their children are both  severelv burned.  m  I & SON, The Swiss Watchmakers.  Certificate of Improvements.  lSJOTICK is liiTi'liy  given   (lint.   Wi  iN    Wi.sc, IV, li.  .Mitchell mill    N.  KOCK    OK    AliliS   .MINIMAL   CLAIM,  SlTI.'ATI', ON   PlNI!    (iJCKKIi,   ATI.IN    DlVIKlON,  (!.\ssiah' DisriiicT, It. 0.  K.   A,  II.  lillll-  niills, intend, Sixty iltiyi from ilnte, to  apply to tiie .Mining Recorder I'oraCorti-  lli'iite ol' Improvements fur the purpose of  1 ilit 11 i 11 i ng n ('row 11 f! ru nt (if t he '111 love mine *  nil fini 111.  ANIi 'Ki;iiTlli:i(, Take notice that netion  iimler Section 'M inu.st In; einnnieneeil hclnrc  tin* issuance of sncli Certificate of linprovc-  ments.  Dnteil tliis llril day of l'Vbruar.v, l!i02.  K. A. Wish.  '\V. ii.  .MlTUIIKI.I.  niel-tiOil N, II. KtiNNAr.i.s.  I'T)K  Photographs  OK  Alaska,   Yukon   and.  Northern   B.C.  FROM  Skagway to Atlin & Dawson  r.q to  HIRSCHFELD'S  Notice.  (Joi'.ntv Cih;iit,oi' Vaxcouvkh. IIoi.hkn  ���   Ati.jn, li. C.  Vancouvkr, April 29th. ��� The  liabilities of Thomas Dunn (X: Co.,  Wholesale and Retail Hardware  Merchants, who assigned some  weeks ago, is stated lo aggregate  to Ontario wholesalers alone a  quarter of a million.  Ni*:\v York, April 29th. ��� An  explosion was caused by the Conservatives in the military barracks  at Managua and 150 soldieis were  killed. Party feeling has reached  such a pitch that civil war may be  the outcome.  Vancouvkr, April 29th.��� The  firm of the Brackman, Ker Milling  Co., of this city and Victoria has  contracted with the imperial authorities for the shipment of 4000 tons  of oats for the army in South Africa, shipping will commence immediately. The Fdiuouton country  will materially benefit by this contract.  ��� Fifty  bv    the  London", April 2yth.  workmen were injured  breaking down of a car on the  Great Fastern Railway near Hack-  nev Downs.  T^OTTCIi is hereby given tlmt the above  Court will sit tit tlio Court House, Atlin. il. C.. on Tuesday, the 10th iliiy of.luno  next ensuing, tit the hour of 10 o'clock, ii.m.,  for the jiuvpose of hearing nil causes and  other mutters that may he set. down for  trial.    '  Hated at Atlin. H. C., this 12th day of April.  10112. li. M. N.Woods.  Registrar.  Pacific Coast SS. Co.  Pioneer Altiska line.  For B. C.   and   Puget   Sound  Ports.  The   following  --oo*   Flegant   Steamers  leave Skagway:  Ai.-Ki  COTTAGK ClTY  May 4.  .*    5-  London, April 29th. -The Toronto Lacrosse club defeated the  Duke of Argyll's team today. The  game pas played in presence of'.tlic  King aud au immense crowd of  spectators.  London, April 29th. ��� Major  Waller and I.icutsuaut Day have  been acquitted in court-martial of  the charge of executing natives cf  Saiuar.  Cottage City calls at Sitka southbound and at Victoria. City  of Seattle calls at Vancouver.  -ALASKA   ROUTE   SAILINGS.  Victokia, April 29II1. ��� Kvi-  dence for the defence is now being-  received in the investigation into  the charges made against Gold  .Commissioner Graham.  Ciucaoo, April 29i.l1. -The  town of -Herkimer, Kansas, is reported to have been wiped out by  fire.  Sax Francisco, April 29H1.���  The Street Railroad strike has  reached a satisfactory conclusion;  the men have gained all thev asked.  Nkw York, April 29th. ��� Another rebellion is in progress in San  Dominoo.  The following sailings are announced for the month of May���  Leaving .Skagway at 6 p.m., or on  arrival of train:  Bkinckss May,  Mav  1 r.  2J.  ..  T  ATI.IX.    UliXNIiTT   AND  I NO        DIVISIONS  KLIiCTOKAL  Oil ILK AT   Al IX-  OK      CASSIAR  Shanghai, April 29th. ��� The  Chinese rebels have been dispersed  by the Government forces after a  bloodv battle near YV'uchow.  niTTUICT:  ^JOTICIC is hereby ;givon that a Court or  Revision will he held at the Court  House, Atlin, on Monday, tiie seventh day  of .Inly, A. 1).. P.i;i2, at the hour often o'clock  in the forenoon, fur the purpose of hearing  and determining imj and all objections  against the retention of any name or names  on the Kegister of Voters for the Allin, Ijen-  nett anil Cliilkut Mining Divisions of Cassiar  Kleetorul District.-[Oi Vic., e.'('i7.',Siil)-s. (f), s.  "���] . -1. D. GllAHAM,  Collector of Votes.  Atlin, II. C, April :t|)th. p.l|)2.  mylt-Ulld,  Frank Mobley,  Taxlderrni^st,  ATLIN,    B.C.  ���KJO'J'lCli is   hereby  given that  applictition  will be made to the Parliament of Canada, at the next Session thereof for an net tn  incorporate u company with power to build,  equip, maintain anil operate a line or lines  of   railway from some point on Kitimat Inlet in Coast, District, in the Province of liri-  tisli Columbia, thence by the    most   convenient, and feasible   route   to    Hazelton    on  Skeena   River    in    the   Oawinr    District' in  said Province, thence  from    said   Ha/.eltoii  by the most feasible and practicable route tu  a point on the Northern  liotimlary line,    of  the Provinceof Hritish Columbia ut or near  Teslin Lakeor Atlin Lake or both:   And also from said Hazelton by the most reaMin-  able and feasible route to a point at or near  the liastern Hoiindary line of the   Provineii  via Skeena. Habiue. Driftwood, Omiueca anil  I'iiilay Rivers to  Peace River  Pass,   tlieucu  liasterly to   the   liasteni   boundary   of th��  Province: thence   to a point, at or near lid-  ���uoiitoii,    in   the    Northwest, Territories  of  Canada,   with   authority   also   to construct,  eouip, maintain and operate brunches   from  any point in the proposed litn* or  lines,   not  exceeding  iu  any  one ease thirty   miles in  length: anil with powerto ciiiistruct. aciiuiro  own and maintain wharves tmtl dorksin con-  iiection therewith: and to construct.own.ae-  uuire, equip anil maintain iteam and   other  vessels and boats, and uperatt" the same on  I any nn.viya.Ule waters: and In construct, op-  I erate and maintain telegraph and telepboim  | lines along the   routes of said railway   anil  j its branches, or in connect ion therewith, ami  I to transmit messages, for commercial   purposes, and to collect tolls  therefor;   aud  tu  iieciuire and receive from any   Government,  corporation,    or   persons,   grants   of   land,  rights   of way.   money,   bonuses,  privilege!  or other assistance in aid of the construction  of the   Company's undertaking, ami to connect, with an.il to enter into tmfl'ic or   other  arrangements    with railway, steamboat   or  other companies, and for   all rights, powen  and privileges necessary, usual, or incidental to all or any of the aforesaid purpose*.  Dated   this 4th day of February, A. 1)-1984.  .1. A. Gemmili,  Solicitor for Applicant*..  Furs and Skins dressed���Birds  Animals stuffed.  ma  Prices can   be obtained upon appli-  catiou to A/C. iliKSCHi'Ki.D,  Specimens  on   exhibition   and   for  sale at the Claim Office.    .  ���Back numbers of the Atlin  Claim can always be had at the  Claim office, price 15 cents.  LAND ACT,  1901,  Initial Post: ���Hritish  Yukon Xavigntioii  Company,    Limited,   Soutli-eust    Corner  Post:  *T7AKK notice (hat, sixty  days after date, T  on behalf of the Hritish Yukon Xaviga-  tion Company,  Limited   Liability,  intend i��  apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  aud Works for   permission to purchase for  .  terminal and  industrial purposes, (in behalf  of the said company, the folhminj; described  tract of land in the Atlin .Miniiij,' Division   of  Cassiar, II.'C, containing 40 itores, more or  less, commencing at a post   plnntcd   on   the  shore   of   the   west side of Atlin Lake, at or'  near the outlet of Atlin Lake into the Atliu-  too River, and on the northerly limit of said  outlet,-'thence running west,-tun (10) chain*  thence north forty   (411)   chains-,   thence east  ten (10) chains to   its   point   nf intersection  with tho west,   slioro   of   Atlin   Lake, tlieneo  southerly forty (40) chains along   the shoro  of the said   lake   to its point of commencement.  Hkitish Yukon Xavii-j.uto.n Co.. Ltd.,  per P. V. Seharschmidt, Agent.  .Dated this 19th day of March, 11IIB.  mr-a-i-S-t .  !n  ���KTprj  "TrT~|T"  ������- X- i. ���' v   '  ���::'-  .������fc��^,^-'.,.  .'���"- .<^*^^^-..,-.T;;^:j��;..k-.:-^^^ ���||^-  2^��-isiiaaffiSBns������~"- * �����.,���;..!.:,-. f tw. '.'.VlV^.V.i; ���.-;  '���--���-^.^v'-if^'J^  ���'. t//'.V  ;;-:7^T T; fNy^RJC .yv^S A:T.U R D '/VYy^^^i^igba.^'-  PICKED UP MERE AND THEI<E;  -.CJIi it t*i_lt  of. linghiiid:A    ..,..: 7 v;7  St. Martin's Church, cor. Tliii'iland Train-,  .'.uAtyi'i'C'ts. Suinlay services,, Matins at7.11/ii7  iu., liven song, 7*;:0 p, ni. . (.'elebratiou of Holy  .t'liinniiinioii, 1st .Sunday in, eiu.'h niont h and  on Special occusions.' Sunday Sclipul, Sunday at  .11   p.   in.7  Conimitlei): Meetings;   1st  . Thursday in cadi mouth.   7 ���' , .7     ?  .-,-: Uev. K. I.. Stephenson, Hector. '.'  !St.   Andrew's7 Presbyterian Church hold  services in ��� t he  (Jliurch  1.111   Second  St reel.  .Morning .service . at II 'evening .service 7 :!ll).  .Sunday School at tin* close of the morning  service.; lii.'V. .1. Kiissell,���" Aliuister. ..I'Yeu  Kcndiug Room, to which all arc wi'lconie.  7  yZ GoZ to  Cuuimin'gs7& Richardson  7:7: ���'��� i*o 1-7-ZG.Q I d:-..' ;3*i��.l..- 'i-.'VJ i PZ1;^::.^ ��� li 'in-Z7-."Jio'b is,'-  Z77A!9.5p.-;:AAZ^^^^  ;i'.-;;,-A Theatrical 'Entertainment :\vill  Z-y beheldyiu "McDoiiakl's^ZZH-illi. Dis-  7 y:covery,7ZoirZvFrida}':7Zevenii.igv;;:-9tli;  7y7   inst^ in aid of St.; ^Martin'sZChurcli'  -^j:7BdrFund^  7APl;icerZZAct,7i 901,7 consolidated,;  yy7.y for sale at.this; office:.;;; 7.7 -.; 7;  ;ZZ,7    Blue-RibbbuZCofteeis absolutely  ''" '.* ',1 Va. ���"'    ':    ������; " ���'-," ., "���' '���-.   A-  '������'.-.--   '���  -." -,     .. '.-������ '..; 'o- ���-������ ,..- ���  ;;':,; pure.^T-ltisZspld ;ih all' the stores in  -������V;.yAtli.i,7/-i:y.;Z:7.;7A;:Z:.':';;: ?jA  a Complete liiieyof, Fancy;Station-.  ���-..: AeryyatyPillman&CoZ's.- .77z.Zy.77;  ZJ;77 yyGliyeyZ aiid77Pilling7 have .bought  .7; property, adjoiiiing the 'Blue ,Gaily  ,.; :yon, Avhich Z'they ywilbwbrk; this  '.;-..7season.7 :AA{[A ���;  7. zZ; 7Furnished;rooms' to. rent���apply.  A7-7Hotel Northern.-.; a-      ;.'..'���-AA;:-^AAaa:  7yyr\Z Fresh Ranch 7 Eggs,; just arrived,  ';ZZ,7at:E.:LAPiiihlan:;;&  A A'..: Fr esk G arcleii .Seeds  a t-' Dock r i 11.  ::;7.7&.:.BpUnie:'s7'..7Z,.-7;",i ;.'���.���;/ 7 ,:.  -A7a 7Jack y yZT^etherda^yreturiied :'7oiV  7; ^Saturday ;lastyaudyydhisvweek .went  :^:���uj-)'7tp7KlueACanyon,;::iirAvhich;rprp-.  '--}   perty he owns, ay-large interest.   We  hope to  hear  good   reports of this  -���'������"-property this season.;-7- yA'A:A'-r   :  7  y ZyJ.Z B.   Norton,   successor ;to J. B.  . , Norton ,-7ct '.Co.-,   wishes to inform  '��������������� the public that be will ..re-open the  "General     Merchandise ;'. vStore    on  y  Boulder, creek and "will  carry..a;fiijl  . .stock in all lines.        '   \ i  ..  ..;; y.It is. pieasing to hear that Munro  Mountain   is 7 again ���': keepings "the.  ; 7 stamp ���'���:niiirv-'busjr,'::   aiid 'particularly so that  the  ore with which it  7'is; being" supplied  is  from the Imperial Mine a.ulot splendid values.  .���:..-.Wexann.ot::i'.epea.t^  ��� :'.we arc.-: satisfied; that   the ;: public  ..: will ;be astounded.when it hears the  ��� iinul result of the cleanup.  '..   Get  your  vSnow  Glasses at Pill-  man & Co.s Z ... 7  ..- ���  Copies of  the new, Placer Act of  1901, consolidated with the Acts of  -.:,'.189'S  and    1S99,,  for   sale   at   the  7 Claim Office.;  .Selling whisky to Indians is not  a profitable business as Jack Palmer,  begins to realize. His amusement  stands him $50 ancl costs, whilesthe  revenue is swelled $90 by fines on  the Indians.  Mr. Johnstone,   Manager of the  Columbia    Hydraulic   Co.,   is expected to arrive this morning.  Wall paper at Eraser &. Co.  At the O. K.   Barber   Shop, the  baths arc now opeiL .  Frank   Brackett   of   the Willow  Creek Co.  arrived last Saturday.  .Show   Case   for  sale.���Apply at  the Claim Office.  Frasar & Co.   have  nice   i-'kksh  Eggs, just in.  House lining and   oil-cloths at J.  A. Fraser & Co.  ' ;;;O.Z AV.- Johnsloify 7a7::weflZ;kiiowh:  ()ld-tirner.yin Zeanip 7has;.lakeil;over  the managenieiitof the ,G old House;  in ADiscovery,/ .add his ajhi twill,  dp\ibtless, beZZ toZcateryto-pJease.the  tastes and .wants, of the 7patrons aiid  :to,uphpkb;the:,reputati(niZ:whichy'the;  'Zlpld;; House: has lever had.'���;, The  bar will .be replelcZwilli' the finest,  of liquors aiid; cigars, while for-the  lable/.ii will beZ supplied with .the  best the:nKU'ket;affor(lsZ-7;A;cordial  welcome wilfbe extended Zip all old;  friends-..; yy" j 77:7 ���',,"'' .,Z..;Z.;. Z -AA 7\:���'-.������������;������',,  A'FO[*rSAhi<^  Coo king- S to ye: suitable,, for ,n. 111 i 11 -  ing.cam p.; or Z restaurant:   splendid  baker:, inygodd condition/, ���:;Apply  at-.'t'he- Clai.m Office a, A;,,,,;: 77 '���y,;'  ZThere,is niore';,solid:ZcoinfprtZiu.a.  cup of IJ! 11 c.jf: Ri 1 >1 ion '77" 1 ve:l:71.1ia117i 11;; 1 y  gallon qfZindst beyei'Mges.y .a.a y  y.:;TheZy. niuuerous ZzziniprbveiiieulsZ  w 11 ic 1 i =ZM i lie'."'Hdsl: T~Hastiey:;li as'7p'u t  uiiquZtlie Grand HotelZ;wi.l!;befullyZ  appreciated j by" a) ji^;Apianyyyn-ieiids  and if. lie,does .Aibtygetyliis, share'  of patronage  this' season itZwill !.be-  up fault of; jiis.;: AZyZ ..-_ ;,y.Z,y 7y7 .;;;���;..7  7 Garden ;Seeds";atZPilliha'nZ&, Go.'s  ;7 Toy; Aina:teur rPhotograjMiers ���-  Toning 7 and a'fixing,. ZZsolutibh 7Z foi-;  Solio ;yand Z'other7:,papers,Zin;bulk;  ready;zfor;use,;"at Hirsclffekl'sZ-yyyy  -7;; Mr.  Delamare; ;is; :due7*to;arrive  here today <:Zacconipanied'y lljCMr:-  Prevost.'Z7'7yZ Z7y:-:Z ,'. :".77;y'7 A_y,7; -A'--A 'A.  ;y;;The;7-AZy07:Uv--W;A  social on. the 8th7prox/.;tp;celebrate  its Z iirstv;; anniversary. 77y'ZIf.will .be;  heldZiiiZl-Jixdu's. "Hall;:Z,.:Zv7,,5Z7Z   r-v -  mt^m&J3>  NO^'St ^OyR7;;^  ���Ay - ..;���'" " .Gold Seal Hip';Guni Boots  ���'-'��� A: bobd!>peal: lkjt:)tces"v7,A 7':   7;; ;;���; Z  7*;   - _.;:..-      WE   H AVE   FU LL 7RANGES   i N  a_, r'_" a~.:;\{-. .-��� ':.'';..''.'.������' y^.r. ..,t....w.,;^^:.;j_,ul-.  v';;>'::-'>-eALi;S;;AND''^JNSPECT'^.dlJRi  ;,-'.,:.-77:y ;a-;>9*59-7-"/  ���-;-';;::;.,��� ]>y^'<&Ay  LOW   RUBEERS  new  odobs.  mmmEm  Choicest yWihes^Liquo  ���JJ.tiAJ'.  7^:  M::  'mm&mm,  ���& 11 ;o i Ge^lfi i 1 '^ :'^A^^^!^nj^B\ j^P^  mm  .NOTICE;  ..OnZand after ..tliey.7 ist ������'day'; of y'May  all .accouiits 'due the Atlin Lake  Lumber Co willZ.be collected by A.  C. Hirschfeld, who .has, been appointed.Manager of-said Company.v  y      :'      Tkoughton & Rido.   z,  1 o   jr^s..:yZiS. -ii���*_haj .xlj^-..ja_J_a_��J <>).���_,  Fish,   7Game   in   season andZ |-ioiTievyZ��madc.;;rSausagc.7  7Z;; -y77NcZ)k'ri-U5:uN;7l-Ic>'rKi; 7Bui|. 01 n �����;'���..��������� First;; S'i'KiiicT. AAA A.  ^MBlM^^  1 roLightcn  .&.-Ridel,    Prapfictors,  Specialy ��^e^  See  us;  ���for'  ZZ 7 ':-.'.'A      -,--a:"7a.- 7: ;;7 A;Z-.'C.-. HiRSCHFKi7b, TManager.Z  Frank Moblicy, .niscovery'Agent.Z' ;'������ ".'7 7  Z  7 7   Card   of  Thanks.  Mrs. Myers wishes to express her  thanks to her many friends for the  .Surprise Party given, on her Birth-  day,;May ist. Zy ;Ay AAA A  "7,   Mrs. Clias Mvers.  The Hamiltoii  a Powder Works.  For  Gallz and ; get -Prices at;  IK  YOU'WANT:  Orders taken;for "Powder, Caps  and  Fuse.-^-WriieZfor Prices A.  STEVENS   &   BINDLEY,  Whitu ���Hobsk,- Y. T.  sevens'  ���S-sikM  .    iMo. 44  ':Pfice'Only.��� $13.25  Afadc in all tho siandanl ea.'li- j  ici'H liotli ivini and Confer Fire. {  j; Weightalioul; 7 pounds.    Stand-]  ard barrel for rim iirocariridges, C  ind  ie:;.  For  .1.  ccntcr-firo cari,-^  ii  ritlgcs, 'J(�� 1:1c!  Jt theso rillcs';i:-fi-i!oS carried in Rtiwlc'  jjhy.vmir ilcslcr, yoml privu ,-nul v.c will j  jJKc:;itl it (o.vou cxprcsw pivpaid. ' ' ;  !| fipnd stamp foroatalorcd^.-fTihinvfiom-;  ���hilulc.! lino i'.iul coiitaiuiu-j v.:Zuab:l: ii.--:  -j iiiniiafcion to liliooters. ;  j Tii�� J, StEVlBS [.?.::.$ LA) TflSl. C: .  ]>'. u- oo-a. c:i\:z: :a r..;.L3, ia, .:.'  ..... ra~i.  .'CONCUKNING  MINES & MINING PRO! ..  In the Atlin District  -       ' \VUITi;: TO   ;  '    A. $$. Hirschfeld;- . '..  ii  Keal   Instate   and    Mining   Broker,  P. O. Box, 36. Atlin, B. C.  G. K. H.vyi:s.  J.Ct. Cuknki.Iv.  : a -Jy ^ ^Discovery. A- -������;;-A  OPEN: DAY ���"'���AND' NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RFSTAURANT;  '���.-':','..��� '.      ���'������'. ..'i-'z' IN V' ',    . '...7 77  CONNECTION.    Z    '  lleiulqimrtoi-s i'ov llulmci*.& 1'arrott's stiifre.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  I'll). 'Sands, 'I'roi'riutoiv  THE   IRVING   HOTEL,  Pine City, B.C.,      *7  Has the Best Equipped Bar.  Tin* MeDoiuilil   ICiiliii'tninniont   Hall in Cnu-  t-o.t ion.  \    U. M(;IJo.NAi.i), I'iDii.  BATHS  o   BARBER SHOP  I''. LINK Prop.  Now oiM'iipy tlioir now  iiimi'tcrs next  lo Ilia Hunk ol' li. N. A.. Kirst Striiot.  Tin' Imtli i-ooiiis tin: Ktiually lis tcnoil n�� foil ml  in   nit ins.    I'l'ivutu  Untranco for lailiesi.  IlliST   I-1QUOKS   A   CIGAKS  Goon   ACCO.M.MODA'I'tDN.'��� Kestauhant   in  C'ONNKCTICN.  S. JOHNSTON, ProprU'tor.  G001I Stiililin*; for llorsos anil Hok's.      .  W.   WALLACE  GRIME  &  Co..  MIMNG UKUKCRS & COMMISSION AOt-NfS.  Third Street, Atlin B. C.  ,0.  -ii  ;^n  cfti  km  :.!fi;'?l  ml  ml

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