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 5  1        -���>  IVV  1  r ���  I  ) i  V  VOL:   i  ATTJN,   B.   C,   SATURDAY,   MAY   13,    1899.   '  ::f  no. 3.,; ,  f  % :  /  I  I.,  I  J*  Ii  r  kip  i  A  McLennan, McFeely unci Co.  "    ! (Llmitko.)      T       - ''  t t  The First Hardware House in Atlin Carniny a full line of  m ' * / * *       t r  Minors' Supplies, Hardware, Stoves and  Tinware, ,  -    -      . Headquarters,   Vancouver./ B. C.      L    t  Branches in Atlin and Bennett,   B. C, and Dawson,  N.  \V. T.  Canadian Bank of Commerce  Capital t- t-    -    $6,000,000.00,  ATLIN   AGENCY,  Gold 'purchased. - Exchange bought and sold.  A'general Banking business transacted.  '   T. ,R. BILLETT,  Manager.    '  OUT FOR LIBERTY  MithTwo Government Bracelets  as a Leverage.'  Leiniga,   who  Shot' his Partner,  Believed to Have Suicided.-  The - Bank = of = British = North = America  Established in Ibllli.    Incorporated  by ltojiil Clinrter.  Paid Up Capital   -   -   -   -" -   -_   - ' -   -1 $4,866,666  Rkservk Fund   -   -    :   ------   -   $1,460,000  1 London Office: 3 Clements Lane, 1 Lombard Street, K. C.  Head1 Office * in   Canada:    Montreal.  H. Stikkman, General Manager.  Branches in all the principal cities of Canada, aud agents in New York,  San Francisco, Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Spokane/Boston, Chicago/ Etc.  GOLD DUST PURCHASED.     A general banking business transacted.    The Bank's Assav Office will be in operation shortlv.  J. ANDERSON,   Manager, Atlin, B. C.   When you come1 to  the GOLD  reside at  FIELDS OF ATLIN  1  The Hotel Metrofcole  Bkst Accommodation ix-thk City.    French Chef.  Finest  Liquors,   Cigars and. Viands,  Rate $4.00 Per Day.  SMITH    &    CREED,    Proprietors.  Vancouver General  Store.  \Ye carry a complete stock of  MINERS' SUPPLIES  Agency of the B. C. Fruit Caning and Coffee Compain, Vancouver, B. C.  Agency of the Canadian Rubber-  Company, Montreal.  A call solicited.  A.'    S.    CROSS    &    CO.  E.  C.    AUBIN,  W. R. Dockrill & Co.  The Leading  DRUGGISTS,  Tim most complete stock of  STATIONERY, '  CUTLERY,  and TOBACCO  In Atlin.     ^   -  ATLINCITY AND DISCOVERY.  The Discovery Branch is the counterpart  of the Atlin one.  ClIKT'O.MH ANIl'MlNINO, KliOKK.ll,  Kl'.AIi EHTATH, NOTAliY I'UIUjK',  FltKNCII   fNTKKl'KF.TKli.  First Street, Atlin, B. C.  B. & H.  STORE.  General Mekchandise. '  First 'Street, Near Discovery.  EDWARD G. GARDEN,  ARCHITECT.  Draughting.  Pearl near First St.  '     //  ���V  Atlin, B. C.  <J  OE CLARKE,  MlNINC,   AND    REAL  Estate Oeeice.  FOR   FINE   VIEWS   AND   PHOTOS  GO  TO  A. C.  HIRSCFEILD'S  Films, Plates, Etc..  Developed at Reasonable Rutcs.  First near Discovery  Atlin. B. C. ���   .  ASSAY  OFFICE.  W. J. It. Cowell. H,A., Sc, (Climb.), F.G.S:  -  Member N., Kng. I. M. M. E.  \V. J. R. COWELL & CO.  Mining   Engineers,    Metallurgists,  and Assayers.  IjAkk Sthkkt, - A-xrax.  YRA  \NK J.   HUTCHESON-,  Barrister at Law,  Solicitor, Etc  Office: DISCOVERY ST., opposite Merchants'  Hank of Halifax, Atlin. 11. C.  KKU.V.  DOUGLAS   &C,  Discovcrv Street,  Atlin,  15. C.  Represented by  in Atlin  Vancouver's leading  Wholesale   Grocers.  A. Cr..Mii,-  On Thursda.v \moi-ning some tune belore  the ro'oster ei-ow edj Mr. Liciuga, the gentleman "w ho fiedto killFieil Hum* bj shoot-  iii!,' him with a Shotgun, became tired of his  confinement, and lin\in^ nothing more to  detain liim than a pair ot shackles on his  legs, lie liesurel.v sauntered out 'oier the  lime suuiiip. <.lln met an Italian, and uftor  requesting- him to puj his compliments to the  police, proceeded on hisun>. The aforesaid  Italian informed another man and he m  turn informed the authorities, who then dis-  eo\ered that the primmer had escaped. When  the Commissioner was informed of the all air,  a little bird whispers to us, he jumped lour  feet m the air ami sine expression to such  sentiments as'we positnelj lefuse to publish in this paper. Men were stai ted in e\erj  direction with instructions lo tr> aud induce  Mr. Lieniyu to leturn. Up to the hour of fining to press the gentleman has not returned,  neither has he sent an.\ uoid where he mu>  be found One bundled dollais reward has  been ottered foi his arrest, which would  reallj seem as if the authorities considered  him \aluable propertj.  HAUK  IMl'KOVIXd  Fred liaur, the victim of the shootinn escape of last week, is in a much better condition tlian w hen we last reported. Speaking  to a reporter Hum* said he thought Lieniga  must  be slightb   demented.. The erstw bile  EXTENDED TWO WEEKS.  The Close Season for Placer Mines  Continues Until June 15'.  i  The mail Lame m last evening and w ith it ���  came instructions to the Gold Commissioner.  A iespitc to n pi isouer is good news: but to  people eager for settlement ot their atiairs.  people w ho have not transgresHed the law s of  the land, it is quite anothei thing.  "Fourteen tlajs is the extension of the  close season for working placer claims," said  Commissioner Graham last night.  "And there will be no extra expense for  ,the hij o\ei,''lie concluded. _     '  This will give the meeting to be held this  uttei noon inoiQ interest.     >  POST-OFFICE WITHOUTSTAMPS  THE  QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY  To be fittinglv  Celebrated  in Atlin   !  ^i:vi:x iiuxmtLD  DOLLARS  in pitrzr.s.  Atlin's Pioneer 24th of May.  Gala Day from 10 a. 111:  till sunset,  and "There'll be a hot time iu  Atlin that night."  Is Like an Atlin Wagon Without  Wheels.  V*   '   ,1,, ,'  The new post-olfice <iuarteis, corner ol Second and Pearl, wereformallj taken possession ,of on Suuiluj, and the publie thereb.v  will    oujoj    a   trifle   larger   waiting   room.  Most people hu\e read about oui enter-  prismg postmastei-geueial, Mr. itulouk, in  launching to the world a 2-cent mte. It  came as a Christinas gift, the last past one,  and a Inn ricaue of joj went up from London  to the Cape o\oi the big i ed-dotted J-ceutei.  Atlin, ol course, like the rest 'ol Canada's  nch northern section, alsohad a lew; a w*r>  few. The> all went out the route thc\ came  aud now we're stampless with a stampless  post-office.  EiKinirj at the post-olhce elicited'the in-  formatiou that,no stamps could be obtained  and no know ledge could be given as to w hen  we'd be able to lesiiiuu a nuiciUige diet. We  know the difficulties the post-officials have  to contend with in bringing mail m from the  outside, but this does not excuse the poweis  that be iiom providing sufficient stamps to ^  carrj on ordinary business w ithout having  to tip the Dominion Government to the extent of half a cent on evoi j letter posted at  the piesent w riting. That there is something  rotten in post-office eiiclesis apparent to all.  Wh.v is Pine Citj without a post-office?  Whv ,ue people compelled to come hei e and  swell the alreailj Jong line of anxious enquirers ou the arrival ot mail niattei. We.  don't ask ioi a po-t-ofhee on ever.v claim;  not at al: but a place that shows pei inaueii-  <���> is the place that should have consideration. Tf mail conditions are poor now what  w ill tho> be in .June.  Tllli 2ITH OF  On Tuesday eveiii  -meeting  of AtfJ  "^��e-  .The  events  following  is a list of the  now on the programme, a  complete list of prizes and time of  starting will appear next week:  Oration by . Rev. Mr." Pringle,  putting the shot, running hop step  and jump, sack nice, tossing caber,  quarter mile race, running high  jump, throwing" 56-lb weight, 100-  y'ard dash, packing race for men,  hurdle race, mule race, three-legged  race, running long jump, mule pack  race, 220-yard race, pony nice, 15  hands; steeple' chase, pole vaulting,  tug-of-war. between teams captained  by J. D. Thagard aud W. A. Reu-  uie; and a log-cutting contest, time  and neatness to be considered.  All entries should be filed with  the secretary on or before the 23rd  day of May..  For all information apply to  JOE CLARKE,  Secretary.  r.nn save oitk ouekx.  \.V CIELKJIIUTION.  small-hut enthusiastic.meeting  of Atl,IjJ85j3R?Fepresciitntive   men  met aud  launched >tlie lyrrnugeiiicnts which  will  be  kopt moving fr*iin u"ow until the last'  race is run on May 21th. for  the  purpose-of   -  celebrating the day.   On   the   meeting being,  called  to order. .Mr. K. Itosselli, was voted to -  the chair,  and  Joe Clarke appointed secro-  tnr.v. Messi-.s. J. II. Kiisiell. Or. It. .Mi-Lennaii.  W.  A. Spencer.  .). 1). Thagard and Rolit.,.\lc-  Tntosh  were appointed '-a committee to kuI>-   ,'  mit a list of ottiers and programme of sport*.'*''  and   an   adjournment   ���������   then   taken    to  Thursday evening.   The  secretary reported  SUM in hand and instructed  to continue tin-  good work.  On Thursday evening the report of the  above committee 'was received and the following officials were then chosen to carry  out the details of the demonstration: Hon';  Patron, J. 1). Graham: chairnnm, ti. Kosselli.  secretary. Joe. Clarke: treasurer. W. A.  Spencer; starters, Dr. McLennan and K. Ros-  solli: judges. Messrs. Ilillett. J.D.Graham,  C. J). \\\ Clifford, M. P.P.: J. II. Hrownlee  aud Rev. Mr. Pringle: clerk of the course.  Robt. MeTntosh: scorers and measurers. K.  F. McFcely and F. Urecze: announcer, Mr.  Beatty.  The programme of events appears in another collim. and shows a list that w ill keep  all hands busy from early morning till bed  time. All business- iiipn are requested toshow  any decorations that may be obtainable, and  give the town as great a holiday appearance  as possible.  Discovery people say they will be here en  masse, and that their athletes will not be  among the "Also Rans." The secretary was  instructed to continue witli tlio subscription  list and to collect all money by the 22nd inst.  The following places of business each subscribed $2.r> toward* defruying the expenses  of the celebration: J. H. Russell, the Koote-  nay House, Hotel Irving, Hotel Vancouver,  the Exchange, the International. Hotel  Northern, Hotel O. K.. Rice it Hastie. 13. Ros-  selli. $20, and among the ^10 subscribers are  the Olympic Hotel, each of the bank managers. McLennan & McFeoly. Atlin Lumber Co.,  Hums and MeTJougall. R. MeTntosh. the A.  M. <v' M. Co., Victoria Grocerv. Atlin Claim.  -'    ' i '  prisoner vv as accustomed tOjgo oil' on shooting expeditions at most unreasonable hours.  He generally   bi ought b'aek chipmunks, of   '  which he made stew.   The^ doctors made'an '  examination ot   Baur's   head' on Thuisday'  alternoon,  but  would   express   no, opinion  furthei   than  to   sn>    he  was stronger and    "  brighter.   s * ��� .  );,  u:\v-"  w"       iT-r,  ,' ,   '" I  j.   .�� ':  i -   i    -> l  A:  *TZ��KUMnnfm ttmrKwwsrwnr' -*^*w ���  ii fcn*a*n**haM^��Wi ATLIN,    B. C,   SATURDAY,'  0:  MAY  U,    ����yy.  The, Atun  Claim.  morning  hj  Published     every     Saturday  Cowan a Maokay. ,  Mllice of publication:  Rant A v. between Firs.t imd Luke, Atlin, B.C.  Advertising rates made known on application.  Our subscription price is $5 a year, payable in advance. No paper will be delivered  unless,those conditions are complied with.  all accommodation will, we prophesy, be taxed to its utmost, and though some wonder  what they are going to do tho wonder,w ill  be the other way w hen the boats run.  ONE  REMEDY.  We  are   glad  to notice that the  miners��of Atlin district are alive to  the   necessity  of   doing- something  forthwith toward the settlement of  disputes. relating to the claims on  the creeks in the, district ' We understand that a meeting'is' called for  this  afternoon   to  discuss  the feasibility ,of a plan that has been sug  gested  to establish a board of arbi-  , tration  which   will   have power to  settle all disputes between the miners in relation to their claims, both  ,as to the title aud as to the manner  of working - them.    The provisions  of   the Arbitration'  Act make tliis  remedy quite available and it only  needs the consent of the great body  of the miners to make it a complete  success.    If the miners get together  and agree to settle their differences  by   means  of arbitration they will  not   be obliged to wait for a judge  to come up who will   probably   not  arrive until   the beginning of July  and   who  will not be able to hear  and decide all the cases before the  season has, passed.    If the  miners  are compelled to wait for the judge  a great many of the claims will not  be  worked,   for  the simple reason  that  the  title  to  them  cannot  be  cleared  iu  time to work them this  summer.      If, .cu  the  other hand,  they select a competent board of arbitrators who could get to work at  once,   the title to the claims will be  properly settled by experienced men  who  would  view  the ground and  their  lawful  owners will have the  satisfaction of being able to resume  work at once on their holdings. We  are  in  hearty  sympathy  with the  movement aud l>elieve that not only  the    miners    themselves,   but   the  whole  people  of Atlin will benefit  enormously   by the carrying out of  the scheme.  If it is decided to go ahead with  the arbitration the personnel of the  lx>ard should l>e such as will inspire confidence.  '      Tlllv LAMENT OF THE LORN ONE.  It was un ancient prospector, sat ou a tallen  tree, / ' ,  Ho   looked   both   weary   and   forlorn,   and  ragged, too, was he.      r  That far away look w as in his ej e,   w hich  ruminating lends,        ,      ���-  The look that comes to you  and  me when  thinking of lost friends.  In his right cheek there lay a quid, a quid of  T. & B.  On which he chewed, and chewed,and chewed.  and chewed unceasingly.  His billy got beard, streaked  white by time,  with nicotine w as brow ned,  His jaws liko clockwork moving kept, but  uttered ne'er it sound.  My bowels with compassion moved; good duy  my friend, quoth I.  Have fortunes tide  been  buffeting uud left  you high and dry?,  Has reudj money given out, or is it corns on  your toes? i '  Relate to me, my honest friend, the cause of  all your woes.  His lack lustre eye is- slowly raised, of eyes  but one had he.  Jt for a moment on ine gazed, then sank de-  upoudingly.  The lantern   juws-   thoy   open and   a voice  v> hich quivers and shakos  Uttei-s one sad and wailing  word, and that  i        sad word is Stakkh.  Good heavens, I cried, quite horror struck,  the case is now quite plain,  His sufferings from starvation have weakened tho poor man's brain.  Rouse up old boy, cheer up old man, aud  come along with me,  And you'll soon be outside the best steak that  ever you did see.  "Nay, iiuj,  kind sir, you mistake me," the  lorn one replied,  The stakes to vv hich 1 did refer ure not  for  use inside,  But made of  wood  and stuck  on end, the  boundaries to define;  Of locations made by miners, see Form A,  1 Section i). <  I've miner and prosiiector been this forty  years or more.  In fur aw uy Johaunisburgh, ou Australia's  burning shore,  In California's sunny clime, ou Alaska's icebound strand,  But this here is the rummiest go no one can  understand.  That there's gold  here, .and gold  galore, is  positive aud sartin:  All signs and tokens point that  way, else my  name's not Tom Martin.  'I ain't u' blamiiiguiiyone.und I ain't a'eallin'  names  But its rotten for five hundred  men to hold  , .       tlve thousand claims.  There's  pleht>   room  for- oiie" and  all, but  things went to the dogs  Because the first arrivals hud principles like  hogs.  A  hole  in the  mining laws was found and  through it they all squoze  So all the Johuiiie-coine-hitelies are sartin  to be froze.  HOTEL VICTORIA  .     SURPRISE BAKE,   ' '  v^*****ww*��w^vwvv>**vjyQyy OPEN   '  Bunks, drinks and meals.      Private rooms for ladies.     Special rates for  packers.-    Open day and night.    Mail leaves for Atlin daily.  ' Gold bought. ' , '  Enjoy home-accommodation  by.stoppiug aV '   -  The Exchange  Choicest liquors and cigars  in the city. Table and beds  unsurpassed.   Mouls at all hours.  Maher and Meads  J. Maher, Manager.  Corner   2nd and Discovers-,  Atlin.  NOTICE,  ">        .   ,    -  THK  -  KOOTENAY ~ HOUSE  A Home for all the Old  Timers of  Kootenay.     ���  HAYWOOD    &    BYRON, ���  Proprietors.  Auction Sale of Atlin Town Lots.  Tho   number  of duop,  dark  secrets auent  new discovories are increasing every day.  anil stuked, and staked, and  and   staked,   and  staked, and  and  many claims  like a porcu-  were   set  the  They staked  staked,  staked,  With erdor ne'er abatin  they faked,  Till now the bloomln' countrj  pine it bristles  As thick  with  stakes iim e'er  pricks upon the thistles.  One man ono claim,  T says,  suyc  f, and see  that he works it,  To  revert  to the government on condition  that he shirks it.  And that them sentiments is right is sure us  kilts is tartuu.  And them's the bloomin'sentiments of honest  old Tom Martin.  I beg to announce that I have made arrangements for utteuding the Government  Auction of Atlin town lots, commencing on  the 17th daj of May, and T w ill attend the  sale continuously from duy to dn> until the  same is completed. ��� ' ' .  ,  Persons idesirous of bidding in lots who  cannot afford the time necessury to attend  the sale for several days, cuu make arrangements to have them bid in bj myself, or I  cuu have the buyer notified by. messenger a  few minutes betoro the lots desired are put  up.   _  I will liave a complete messenger serv Ice  for the convenience'of business men and any  information can be hud as easily while attending to business down town us if the  buyer spent his time at the sale.  No effort will be spared to protect the  owners of improvements or the rights of  prospective buyers.  Office alvvay s open.  JOE   CLARKE,  Real Estate Agent,  Opposite Bunk Building, Discovery St.  H  OTEL   IRVING.  1 Nevvlj Furnished,  Eirst-Cluss Accommodations.  -   Wines, Liquors,'Etc.  A*: R. McDONALD, Proprietor^   ���  Discovery St. and First Avenue.  MASONIC NOTICE."  All Masons take notice that a Masonic  register is kept at the office of Robt. R.  Muitlaud, First Street, Atlin, where they are  requested to call and record their names,  whether at present in Atlin, or upon their  arrivul.  In cu.se of needed relief for any member of  the craft please inform any of the follow ing  members of the Atlin Masonic Relief Association, viz.:  F. McB.  XOUNG. ROBT. R. MAITLAND.  A. S. CROSS. J. N. ROSE.  C. D. MASON,   . .        JNO. H. KILMER,  R. R. MAITLAND, Secrotury.  An Atlin batcher's menu curd: Beans a la  mode.; "dog", pique a la jardiniere: biscuits  a la sinker.  A man that will calmly go up to u "Teslin  sticker" "nil ask him if it is a good trail is  nothing -liort of a criminal.  Judging by the number of "powers of ut-  torne.v" in possession of the people of Atlin  district the population of the British Empire  i- greater than we supposed.  As things now stand in  buy a diver out  Aud go to mining in  the  pike aud trout.  I've thought and  thought   tho  until mv head it aches,  For that's the only place to  be found that  ain't covered o'er witli stakes.  -   ��� IL B. Cameron.  this here camp, I'll  lake amongst the  matter o'er,  IE YOU  GOING  TO DO  ARK  The British Hostelry  LOG CABIN, B. G.  A spot where, thv weaiy sojourner  can find rest.  T. TUGWELL,  Prop.  PINE TREE HOTEL.  '     DISCOVERY; B. C.  When you come to Discovery  Take shelter under the -  TREE.  Finest of Liquors.  CHAS. R. OUBRIDGE, Mgr.  Good dining room run  H. CANCELLOR, Caterer.  in connection.  H  OTEL VANCOUVER.  E��erj thing First Class.  Rates Reusonuble.  Choice Wines and Liquors.  Meals night and day.'  JOHNSTON   A, KIERSTEAD,    Proprietors-.  ..HOTEL   RUSSELL..  First-Class Goods  And   First-Class   Service.  Rates Reasonable.  Choice Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  JAS.   H.   RUSSELL,    Proprietor.  There is one part ot the otBciul machinery  that is sndl} lacking in tliis camp, and that  is county or supreme court officials. Everything has to be t ninsucto I thro.igh Vancouver and all know what delay this entails.  The government is entirely too slow and a  good stiff protest from the people of this  district should be sent at once.  The merchants ol Atlin have shown coiu-  m��'mlnl>le energy in clearing up and burning  the brn-h and other refuse which lias congregated iu front of their places of business  This has greatly enhanced the usefulness ofthe streets. Tl is to be hoped tlio government will at an early date uiidortuke the  tin- more substantial work of grading.  A MINING BUSINESS  HAVE YOUR PAPERS  PREPARED BY  Rant & Jones,  H  i  OTEL   0.   K.  Choice  vA ines,  Liquors and f'ip  First Avenue.  W\L CUKOE. Manager.  HOUSE  PINE CITY.  Good Liquors,  Good Wines  and Cigars-  Beds and Meals  LEATHERDALE  Proprietors  \ Specialty.  &   BURTON,  Real Estate Agents,  I  Pearl St., Atlin, B. C.  SI. B. CAMERON & CO.  A uctioneers,  Valuators and general business  Agents, Side aud Storage Rooms.  Applications  for Land.  Sixty days trom date hereof 1 intend to up-  pl.v to the Chief Commissioner ot Lands  for permission to lease or purchase three islands for agricultural purposes ( I herewith  acknowledge pumping station rights previously applied for! containing twenty-nine  acres more or less and situate opposite Atlin  tovvnsite in a westerly direction on Atlin  Lake, euch island being staked w ith an  initial post on its northwestern extremity.  WM. S. C. BLIS5ARI).  Atlin, H. C, April 10. 18U9.  OIUl IIOiT.LS.  A llin's hotels are really a credit   to it.   Of  r.uirso you cannot expect all the comforts of  n-  home or  all  the  luxuries of Delmonico's,  lint there  is a   well-equipped   class of hotels >  in   Atlin. where a  man ut reasonabe pricos j pe;ir]  ran  be kept comfortable   and  enjoy  three |  square mouls i�� <U>.     Contrary to the usages j  ��,f now   towns- of tliis class the barn are fur-,  nr.-lied with the best class of liquors and ei-j  ��Hi-s uud although you hnveto pay for it yon i mining uamps of the world,  run iii any'of the.  Hrst-class houses get as j     Consignments  handled to  the best udviin-  "ooij  a drink   as you  can any where.   The \ tago and prompt returns made.  Thirsty have had their fears allayed   by the j    .Will  sell  publicly  or privately, us desired,  release  from   bond  of tlio liquors that wore | all  kinds of 'merchandise,  houses and  lots,  tied iii. ut Skiiguay and there is plenty of the   furniture, live stock, mines, etc.  heather dew to keep Atlin well quenched till |     Business conducted on broad-gauge princi-  nnvi-rutiw opens up.   So vera I new hotels are! plos.   Watch this space  u    processor   erection   and. ere July arrives , dates of sales.  Avenue,  alxrve First Street,  Atlin,  B. C.  Thirty years' experience   in   the  leuding  Tuke notice that we, tho undersigned,  thirty duys after date, intend applying totho  llou. Chief Commissioner of Lands unci Works  tor a lease of laud situute on Pine Creek  ut junction of Spruce and Pine Creek trails.  Commencing at a post iiiurlu-d s.w . corner,  running thence ���< chains north, thence M  chains oust, thence ."> chuins south, thence  Illicit to point of (onunonopment.  K. H. STIRLING.  LOUIS CIjPPAGIC.  Muy.->th, ISM).  T  ^HE INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  Good Liquors,       Good Wines,  Fine Cigars.  Howk & Olsen, Pr:.prietors.  Frist and Discovery, Atlin.  D  O NOT FORGET  THK  FASHION  RESTAURANT  PINE CITY,  For good meals and lunches.   Coffee and  doughnuts, pie, cuke or broad and butter 25c.  Miss Bella Munroe. Proprietress.  1  TLIN HOTEL.  First Hotel  In Atlin.  for future  ads. and  Notice: Piorson and Vincent huve this duy  located live acres of ground for gurden purposes, situated as follows: Commencing ut  u post in the centre of Discovery mid Sixth  streets, running one hundred and seventy-  fo.ur rods eust by north, parallel with Discovery street, thence seventy-five rods north to  location stuke; thence north forty rods:  thence west twenty rods; thence south forty-  rods: thence east twentv rods to locution  stake. Wm. N. Pii-jkhon.  S. S. A'tncknt.  Atlin, Mny !', I.S'.Ki. u'i|:',j:i  Fink Liquokh ash  Good Koaiiii.  AL. GALARN0, Prop.  npHE MINERS'  , Oirr-'.NUP on. Tins  All  kinds of liquors and  cigars.   Good accommodation.   Formerly of Toslin Lake.  SABIU.N A McfNNF.S, Pimrs.  REST,  Discovery.  NO OF Al'lllL. LAHT. Em*** '  li  A"-it * ' ��� -..  /j',,.  :<&#&>'  6  t  ATUN.-B. C,   SATURDAY,    MAV   13,    1899.  )  |V   V  H)  i  \l  v  'i  It '  THE 60IMADEN CREEKS.  H. C. Helgesen, M.P.P. lor Cariboo, a  man  of Hpe experience In all th'at pertains to mining:', v, ith several  other gentlemen, recently  spent ten days looking over the-creoks, giv-.  ing most of their attention to Dixie.   Asked  as to his opinion of the  latter  he  said that  for about three miles the creek ran through  a flat country, the valley being very wide.  He  prospected  u>  hydraulic   proposition by  sinking a shaft to bedrock and found blue  clayventending all along the rock.   "I found  one st reuk of gravel about 2U feet high and  prospected  it from top to bottom.   Colors  were found but they would not warrant tho  ,   expenditure iu working.   I prospected three  crook claims that had been partly opened up  beforo, without good result. ITho bodrock in  that vicinity is swept hard and clean in most  places.   How over,'I think more of the creek  about tvv o and a half miles further up, above  the mouth of Slato crook, as it is more contracted. .In fact'Dr. Bunion'showed me a  good prospect.   From his place  to the head  the stream   has a   butter full.   The ground  here can bo handled more profitably as bed-  rook  is not  very (loop.   There ure'good opportunities here for turning the crock back  on  tho  Hats  while  working the bod.   Dixie  creek continues from this place for a distance  of over 25 miles to  Atlin  lake and  I should  judge there would be good  paying places in  parts of it us it lies in the gold bolt."  "I visited Pine uud Spruce during ray  short stay.' The ground being covered with  snow aud not many claims being developed I  cannot pass an intelligent opinion, although  I think there must be "a great may. paying  claims ou these creeks. / Instead of being  shallow diggings, as represented by so many,  " I find on the contrary that they are very-  deep in many places, uud, iu fact, will be very-  hard to handle on account of there being al-'  most no milluble timber along the creeks to  lie hud, which will absolutelj forbid miners  from Uuming."  " '      "!  "I think there will be some good hydraulic proposition* "found. A greut number  huve already been staked, but not yet prospected ou account of the snow and ice on the  ground."  "I visited McKee creek and vvus well received by the miners. This creek I am happy  to bay is going to turn out a lot of gold.  Different minors showed me great results  from very little v\ ork. The North Star coin-  puny have taken out .>95 from a piece of a  ditch about -15 feet long. The whole work  could have been done in two days bj two  men under reasonable conditions. They  have splendid looking gravel. This piece of  ditch was run in ou the level in order to find  bedrock uud at five feet face on the upper  end, where us pretty a streak of gravel  showed itself us one could wish to look ut.  The miners up and down this creek^ure in  high spirits, which is a sure sign that they  huve rich ground. The pay looks us if it  would he continuous for u distance of from  two uud a half to three miles. AH the gold  secured so far is from tho gravel, bedrock  being reached ut only one spot on one of the  rims, the result proving good. I saw men  ��� who had great hopes of Eldorado, a promising brunch running into McKee."  "I am highly pleased with tho rock formation in this country, it being highly mineralized at pluces. I huve ulso run across iu my  short stay here a. few quartz stringers, beautiful looking bluish rock that is liable to carry  gold. I hud ho facilities for prospecting  them us I did not go out for thut purpose. I  havn't us yet seen any good quartz specimens, but there cati be no doubt but that  rich rock will be found, us the mountains  here are very rugged uud not worn down.  It is in just such u country that rich quartz  is found."  circuit  of  Pine, Spruce   and  had made  'Birch.'  '"Work, principally prospecting," la,h'ein  done in a desultory vv ay on these creeks, and  If remedy does not come soon to the wretched tie up at present existing tlie.inooming  June judge might as well put oil' his trip till  the following year. No.miner with an uncertainty hanging over his cluiuiis going to  prepare sluicing materia) and such like. Ho  w ould be a fool to do so.  "Lambert and Jackson huve four good  claims ou Pine, half a mile below Discovery,  and have have had six men working continuously for the past two months vvhipsuw ing  lumber and erecting a ^ingdain through  their claims, f went over to u corner that  hud" boon -L worked 21 duys lust year and  with u pocket knife turned over seven 01  eight course colors.  "Messrs. Watson and heunedj tookoutuvo  lumps of gold out of thoir ill-foot fraction,  tho Princess, on Pine, last week. One went  1!) 1-2 pennyweights and the other 1 1-2."  "Bench claims and, bench. fractious ,are  ulso boing," w orked^bnt. everything .in this  line is crude. Men can bo seen with old-time  rockers making good pu>. I saw D. Putter-  son, on McCuule.v's claim, quarter of a milo  above,' in the presence of W. A. Clark, washed out ?1.50 in one pun.",  E. L HUMAN  Fcnkral ,Director ' and '  '  Emuaxmrr  Third and Discovery, >   Atlin, B. C."  Bodies Embalmed for Shipment a Specialty.  Orders on shoit notice.  All kinds of Funeral Supplies at reasonable rates. <  ��/   I  r.  According to all indications McKee creek  is showing up well." Mr. Jones, of Rant &  Jones, was up there last Saturday mid  brought buck with him an ounce of course  gold uud hus it oil exhibition in his office.  - "The creek looks well all along arid most  of the claims ure represented," he suid. "I  should judge' there are about 100 people  along its-banks, and everybody-is limiting,  preparations for their working, [clearing  busli^efc. The group of claims from which  I got thut gold,"., pointing to a, vial on the  counter, "is situute 3!> above Discovery and  is beingToperuted by the North Star Mining  Company. They are all creek claims and  w hile running a .r)0-foot ditch Inst week, preparatory'work, of course', ?15 was taken out.  I have interested British capital there and  next week I'll take another look and see  what further improvements can be made."  TUN LAUNDRY.  CORNKK   I.AKK AND RANT-  First-class work done in all its  branches.  .NOTICE.  -1  Mrs. Hayes,  Proprietress.  HHHE   ARCADE,- '"-  I    .   .Poarfstreet     ,       ' " '   -    *"        '  * "  ',-''"   '   'The swellest little spot in  ,    Atlin   wherein    to    buy  x      anvthing  in   the   Fanev  Line. Smokers' Supplies.  Archie L. Brownlee, Proprietor.   '  s  HELTON &' CO.  UPHOLSTERERS,  Importers and  Manufacturers of  Fine Furniture.  A'ANCOUVLK, B.C.  PRINCIPAL ��� BATH   HOUSE  ���      AND   LAUNDRY.    ,  '   Best  Equipped  Establishment  T in Atlin.        '        ���>  Lake Street,  near Sawmill.  ���SAiJr.'v  ���o  Of  GOVERN  s,(       '  WENT  LANDS-  Miners'  Meeting.  Notico is hereby- jriven that a miners'  meeting will be held in Atlin this afternoon  ut 3 p. in, for the purpose of discussing the  best and speediest method of settling all disputes in relation to claims in the Atlin district, in order that owners of claims may be  enabled to commence work as soon us possible.   All persons concerned are expected to  attend.  Chas. W. D. CUFFOIII),  M. P. P. for Cassiar District.  Atlin, May 8th, 1895).  Chas. W. I). Clifford, M. P. P., recently  made a tour of inspection of McKee creek.  To u reporter he said the creek w us verjuice looking from a miner's point of view.  He visited nearly ul) the claims that were  opened up and found the prospects ou the  eluy vcrv good, the find being coarso gold  and likely to bring 818 an ounce. There are  at present about three sluice heads of water  in the creek. From the mouth of Eldorado  down to about 15 below discovery, u distance  of say three miles, the indications are most  fuvorublo. The chief drawback is the heavy  boulders which lay thick on the surface.  The claj, if permitted to get into the sluices  will steal away the gold. No one has yet  reached bedrock. If, vv hen they get through  the clay, they strike gravel reaching to bodrock. the pay will be very rich. Not much  reul prospecting hud been done us yet, bi t  preparations were being make ull along the  creek to commence active w ork as soon as  the weathor becomes a little warmer. Mr.  Clifford thinks there are two and a half miles  of Pine that will pay from wages to 2\j.  ounces per man. Of course there may be  spots thut will prove much richer than this.  Spruce creek is very deep with the exception of some benches ut the low or end. There  may be a good run of gold when bedrock is  reached. He hus greut fuith iu this district  us a quartz country, especially in free milling ore. It is easy to prospect and should  receive a good overhauling this season.  "'Mining is the essence of Atlin's existence,  Pine is the stopping stone to the rich soil ut  its buck, aud the governmental cord tying  up the claims iu thut vicinity is the third  and only dismal feuture of our district,"  snid n prominent uniting mini v ostordnv vv ho  OUR BANKS.  The indications of prosperity in uny town  or citj are v ery varied. .There Is no surer  sign of faith in the future of a place than  the opening of a chartered bank, and w hen  in a town the size of Atlin three of the leading bunking institutions of Cunada open  their doors for business' it shows that those  vv ho take the greatest pains to investigate  have good grounds, for large expenditure in  the inception of their undertakings.  The first of.these to begin business in Atlin  was the Merchants' Bunk of Halifax, then  came the Canadian Bank _of Commerce and  shortly ufter the Bank of British North  Americu. From the beginning they have  hud enough business to justify the venture,  for ufter ull it was u venture, und there ure  evidences of increasing business from du> to  duy. SV. A. Spencer w ith his stuff of genial  ussistunts of the Merchants' Bunk hits from  tlie first been u most popular und obliging  manager uud hus vv on the good opinion of  thut portion' of the commercial community  thut bus given its business that way.  The Canadian Bunk of Commerce is one of  the leading financial concerns of Canada und  in this western country hus been bold in its  enterprises and here und in Duwson und the  upper British Columbia country litis been  well rewarded tor its pluck. .Mr. Billet's  management bus been characterized by good  common sense und has commanded the confidence of our young mining metropolis. Tho  offices ure well equipped and well attended.  The Bank of British North America having  been lust in is having its share und doing a  good busines. When they move into their  new quurters on the corner of Peurl und  Second streets opposite the new post-office,  vv here the wise manager hus been fortunate  iu securing u building site, there is no doubt  that Mr. Anderson and his stall' will do a  good share of the bunking business of the  Atlin district.  j;  STOREY,  Wholesale Dealer in  Saddlery, Horse Clothing,  1 Pack Saddles, Etc., Etc.  k Hastings Street, Vancouver, B. C.  _ C. .H. JONES.  tent and sailmakkr.  Wholesale Dealer in  CANVAS HOSE,  COTTON,  DUCKS,  DRILLS, ETC. ,  9 to 13 Water St., Vancouver.  A  TLIN LOUNGE AND MATTRESS FACTORY.  Wire Woven Springs in  Stock.  .1.   D.   DURIli.  First  and   Discover).  SH  IMSON'S VARIETY STORE.  Carrying .1   large stock of  Stationery, Tobacco, Etc  Ladies'   Wearing   Apparel   is  a  Special  Feature.  First und Rant Streets.  AN  DY LINTON,  ���   VANCOUVER,  Send   your  measurements  will do the rest.  BOAT  BUILDER,  B.C.  and   he  NOTICE is hereby given that a  sale of lots in the townsite ot"  ATLIN,   B,   G���  At    Public Auction,  will  be   held  at the  ~* 1  GOVERN MENT   OFFICES  on the  1 ^  17th Day of May, 1899  Particulars and conditions will be ;  announced at the time of sale.  J. D. GRAHAM,    *  Assistant   Commissioner  of Lands  i  and Works.  Dated Apiil 25th, 1899.  ON MINING HKNT.  "Im going to Atlin to mine und w ork w hut-  ever claims I can get hold of," said a plucky  Canadian girl of blondish hue und hundsome  carriage, on one of the Seattle's trips north  before she broke her shaft. The speaker in  question is ut present in Atlin.  "The Provincial law regarding aliens is  certainly untenable," she continued, ut the  sume time throwing back her head b.v way  of emphasis, "and when tho good people of  the oust ure mude acquainted with its workings'twill be knocked higher than Andree's  balloon. I was born and bred in old Ontario  and purpose enjoying all tho rights of a free  born Briton. My husband is an American  and what he is deprived of by virtue of nu-  fionulity I'm going to make good for him.  The step I propose taking is no idle fancy,  for I have obtained legal udvice, both iu the  United States and British Columbia und  without dissenting voice I huve been told  thut 'once a British subject always a British  subject.' Armed with this v, eupon I propose  taking his place on Spruce, Pine or any  other creek'111 the north."  "Well, yes; I will do the prospecting and bo  the nominal head, though experienced miners will be in the purty."  "How ubout the license; will it be in jour  husband's name or your alienuted Canadian  one?" put in one of her own sex. seated by  her side.  She paused a moment, searched the questioner and then fell back into her easy chair,  exclaiming:    "T'll let vou know  when  T got  1 hei-(>."  STAR  Second  Street.  Frksh Baked Bread Daily.  Mrs. Spencer, Proprietress.  o.  K.  BATHS  .BARBER  SHOP.  The bath rooms ure equully as good  as found in cities. Side entrance for  ladies.  LINK & PRATT. Props.  First Street.  NOTICE.  Sale of Government Lands.  Notice is hereby given that u stile of lots in  the townsite of  Bennett, B. C,  Will   be   held   at  the   Government  Offices,  Bennett, on the  6TH   DAY  OF  JUNK, 1899.  Particulars   and  conditions   will   be    announced ut the time of sale.  Terms:   One-third^ cush,   one-third in six  mouths and balance in one year.  Unpaid monies will be charged ut tho rate  of (5 per cent.  A building- condition will be attached to  the sale of eachlot.  J. D. GRAHAM,  Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works.  Dated May 1st, I-0'!  Thesalewill.be held from 10 to  12 and from 2 to 4 each day.  Terms: One-third cash, one-third  in six months aud balance in' one  year.  Unpaid monies will be charged  at the rate of 6 per cent.  A building couditien will be attached to the sale of each lot.  Parties having improvements on  lots are requested to send into the  Provincial Survey Office, one week  prior to sale, their valuations of  improvements on blank forms to be  furnished by the" Provincial Surveyor, to whom they must be returned.  J. D. GRAHAM,  Assistant   Commissioner of Lands  nnd Works ATLIN,    B.  C,   SATURDAY,    MAY   13,    t8qo.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE*  McCarthy A po., Stoves aud llardwaro.  S. A.Sm.vthe has been appointed sanitary  olfieer of the town.   -   '  McCarthy A Co., Station and Circulating  Library, lilKI volumes.  Don't forgot Wednesday next is tho da.v of  tho Atlin tow u lot sale.  McCarthy A On.,. Cheap Groceries, Discovery bntweoii First and Second.  >v Disputes over fractional claims will have  to be decided by the judge, vv hon ho arrives,  up the authorities say.  The Lndios' Auxiliary will hold a dance in  Kioe A Hustle's building to-night for tho  benelit of tho hospital fund.  When going to Pine City and on the lookout for ii lunch, step into the- Push ion Rostau-  * rant and see Miss Miuiroe. '  A. L. liiillov, oiinie in Irtrm Montreal last  vv cek and w ith him eninc capital from that  ritv looking for an opening.  Burns A MoDougall have Neckties, Braces,  Boiled Shirts, Collars, llandkerohiefs, Hats,  Caps, Gloves and Fine Boots. Nest Northern.  Gregory A Co. announce that they will hold  nu auction sale of claims 0,1 Sntuiduy night  Ht !l o'clock, opposite the intern,itiouul hotel.  Dr. K. Morrison, an old resident of Victoria,  is in Atlin. He is making urrangenientsfor  Hie erection ot a Illinois'hospital .it Pino  City.  Wo have it on lairl.v good authority that a  largo contract was reoontlv given in Victoria  to bring freight from Sk.igti.iy to'Atlin at  ���S-!0 per ton. '  The Commissioner announces that a man  must represent the first day ol tho open season aud will not be allowed ~il hours graoo as  some suppose.  Peter Brow n, suwyi��r at Tenant A Buker's  mill, w hilo ad lusting the guides, wuscaught  by the saw and lost throe fingers and half  the palm of his left hand.  Services  will   bo   hold  in the First Prosbj-  teriu'n  church, corner Third null Discovery,  ,  on  Sunday   at  IU:.!0 and  V-'M p. m.;  Sunday  school at 2:1111 p. m.    Rev-. John Pringle. B. A.,  minister. v  R. P. McLennan, of the firm of McLennan  ��fc McKeoly, comes iu on the first boat. A  branch of the firm was opened at Bennett  ton days ago, vv ith A. Grunt, formerly ot Calgary , as manager.  .I0I111 frving has applied to the Pro>inoiul  government   for   a   leasp   of   the   foreshore  i rights at ttie foot of Watson avenue.    If successful vv hnrves  ol   considerable  dimensions  vv ill be constructed.  R. C. Low ry, C L.. intend*- severing his  i-ouneotion with the government survey  party at the end ol .May.'He will open an  office on Pearl avenue and practice as a civil  engineer and surveyor.  The following are the periiictnent officers j  ot the .uiners's Protective As-sociutkm, elect- I  ed lust Saturday night at Pine City : J. A. Ale- f  liiiuion,  president;  W.  It.  Hamilton, secretary ; and K.Jarvis. treasurer.  Tlio labors attendant the circulation of a  petition for names vv ith vv hich to present the  Gold ComniKnioiier, asking thut a lot be  gi\en to Atlin's 1ir*t born, were successfully  terminated tliis week by Mrs. Gregory.  Mr. Wbite-Fruser. the Dominion boundary  commissioner, has completed bis latitude  observation* and has proceeded to the both  parallel on Atlin lake to verify the survey  made by J. IL Brow nice and It. C. Low ry .  With tho advent ot milder weathor comes  enforced bathing and caravans, may be seen  unv morning gum,, through the ice with  their attonduiit- in niiil-.nr. There will be  a 011*0 lor the coroner some ol tiiesedays.  Thoma* Rateineu. a mining engineer oi  uianv jeiirsoxpcrience iu Australia and other '  places', arrived in tow n the early part of the i  week, lie recently ipportod on *oiiio mines I  0(1 tlio west part ot Vancouver Island lor .in |  l-.nglish syndicate- j  P.. .Iinino do Lamaro, editor ot tho Klondike >  Review , published in Pari*, aud 001 respondent ot Revue dps Revues, Illustration and  Liiivers lllustre, accompanied bv I'.. Onini,  arrived in tho city Friday morning. I hoy  ure stopping at tho International.  W. IL Brown, of Portland. Oio.. died of  Tree hotel, Pino City  plying wood, food and clothing-when the  occasion demanded. One old gentleman said  she had been a true uiigel of inercy. For the  concert she disposed of ��IS7 worth of tickets,  making u trip to Pine City. *f*  Tho sale of lots iu Bennett, advertised lor  June Ht Ii, on page 8 ol this issue, bus been  postponed indefinitely.  Miss I'.. Elliott arrived iu tow n from Winnipeg on Wodnesduy. She i* charmed with her  new surroundings und is euger to enter on  her new duties in connection with the new  hospital on tho hill. '  There was a hot time at tho opening of  Rice A llustie's new,hotel on Tuesday. Common report says they lauded s8IH) behind tho  counter that evening. Don't speak bad about  the plennftilnoss of money.  Hotel do Smith is the abode of u happy lot  of orphans. They have made changes recently, but tho writing on the wall still lingers  there. Some of the signs road: God Bless  Our Home, Stud-poker Checks Five Cent*,  Leave Your Dog Team Outside.  A. M. Boattio, one of Vancouver's, host  know 11 auctioneers, uitide a very swift flip  to Atlin. From Vancouver to Skaguuy Mi  hour*, Skagiiav to Log Cabin 7 hours, Log  Cabin to Atlin 12 hours. Mahoney's dog  toam brought him from Skaguay here.  ���THE.-  Merchant* Bank of Halifax  INCORPORATED   1WW.  Paid Up Capital  'RlvST'    -     -     -  ' -  The  Big, Hill  to  be * Graded.  It h,is been decided to commence work on  the big hill between hero and Pme City the  first ol the coming week. The road will bo  laid out iu such a in.inner as to g:vo not more  than II or 1 per cent, grade.  Theroudthrough theswamp just outside  tlio city is being put in something like passable condition.  -,   -   '-      -.    -      -      -     #1,500,000.00  -      -      - ,   -    ���-      -     '-  $1,25O, OOO.OO      -  A   general   Banking- business   transacted. '    Gold   Dust   assayed   and  '��� purchased.    . ,  ������  Drafts issuedv.and money, transferred to any part of the world.   .  The First Bank to O/ten, in Atlin.  W.  A. SPENCER     -'   -     -     -     -     Manager Atlin Branch. ���' ���  P. BURNS # CO.,  Wholesale   -   and   -   Retail   -   Butchers.  Corner   First   and   Pearl ^Streets. -    -.,  Builders' Hardware, Miners' Supplies,  ',[>, Tinware, ���'  c Granitware,  Etc,, Etc.  TINSIJLOP   IN   CONNECTION.  Atlin Lake and Bennett Lake Mining Divisions, Cassiar District.  2 Notice is herebv given that the close season  proclaimed by the order of \V. J. Rant, Gobi  Commissioner, dated October lllth, lsiW, is  hereby extended until the 1.1th day of June,  JSSI9, and thut nil placer claims legally held in  the Atlin Lake and Bennett Lake Mining Divisions arc laid over till the said 1.1th day of  June, 18(H), and all the lay over* granted during the suid close season are extended accordingly to said last mentioned date.  J. I). GRAHAM,  trold Commissioner.  Atlin, B. C. M*v 12th. IS'JO.  TI10$. DUNN  1" '& CO. (Limited.)  FIRST STREET  ATLIN, B. C.  THE P. P. COMPANY  Carry'a full line of'-'  Staple and: Fancy Supplies,  Ovality First Class.    Prices Right.     Correspondence  licited.    Inspection Invited.     ���  '  So-  $IOO Reward.  Notice is hereby given that a reword of  sl(K) vv ill be paid bv the Government ol British Columbia for the apprehension of  GARUTT   LIKNTGA,  vv ho is charged with  attempted  murder  on  May 3th.    .  Description���Gorman,(spcuks broken ling-  lish), fair complexion, slight tult of liairou  his chin, virgin growth. High forehead, two  tooth in upper jaw separated above the  average.  G. D.GRAHAM,  .   ' Government Agent.  PARSONS  PRODUCE COMPANY,  First   Street. . - Atlin,  U.   C.  Atlin Lake Lumber Co,  Opening Ball.  1    The Hotel Metropole gives a grand opening  ball Thursday,.May ISth.  I     All cordially invited.    Admission free.-  j     Music furnished by a string band and ���iug-  (monteil by the Ladies' Mandolin Club.  j SMITH A CRhLD-.  E.  (I.iMiTr.i).)  ���  ROUGH and     ,  -  DRESSED  -  -  LUMBER  or  All  Kinds.  SKLLi, Manager.  CAMPION   &   CO.,  .".Licensed Mining and Real Instate   Brokers.  Claims and Real Estate Uocght  and Sold.  Complete  arrangements   are  made  ,   . for the purchase of lots at the  ' '   Government Sale.  Leave   your   instructions.  First  Street.  w.H-  YICKERS.  iPioneef Auction Mart  pneumonia at tlio Pin*1 ., , .-���       .    ^. , ,,   .    . ,, ,       -  tlio e.irlv   part   ot  the  week.   The deceased j    Notice:    AH   ladies  iniisicillv   inclined are  came   in"   bore   iu   August  last   aud secured | respoottully   invited   to  attend   n meeting in  'ood claims  011-Pine,    lie  sent for his [the   parlois  ol   the Hotel Metrnpoln Mouduy  *OlllO nwv*��i ,,,....�����.   ....    .         ;������       ........    ���     .  brother to coino  and   holp'him  work (hem, j alteriioon at  the latter an iving tho day ho died.  Mike Mahouey,  ehmnpion  of the Davvsm  trull,   .ind   1'ranl.   Go\no,   who   claim  ! p. m.  "tropole A  mus. sr  ALT.  1  I  GREGORY   &  Auctioneers.  CO.,  Real Estate Brokkr,  CoNVEVANCEK  and- Nptarv Public.  Cor. Third and Pearl,   opposite Gov. Office.  truil.   and   I'raiil.   Gomio,   vv ho   claims   tne , ��� ���   .. m.                                ���  championship ot the   Kantail    or speed, left      I  ^IrH   K. Arhtt     B fOttttWJ**\T \  th.   loo. ol l),*oovery   *4rw*1   the lu-st ot tne     J gKJJ (�� \\J1J|*   UiljIlWay   ���  week to race to   Log.(Tallin   with   their dog     " *�����*.�����  w * ��.���������.=��.     j��, �� ���Y'^f- 1 �� ����J  ��    1 _ .1   .. :*-....^....i   fin,   iiu. ��� -                   -              1  to.mis.    A    largo   crowd   witnessed   the   do  part me.    Both teams weio in tine condition. ^  A good many people h< ic know \V. I). |  Woods. He was a eoiiuiictor i-unuing out of '  Vancouver and li.ul tho misloi 111110 ol Iomii" j  a loot sonic months ago. \\ riting to a friend |  here, tolling tmn ol the verdict ol the uiry, .  ami rlie i-ovoi-s-e by the juduo, is oxprp*sive. [  Ho s.iys: "l suppose von huve opportunity j  ot draw nig to hi m Atlin.' I had I'. in the hole  and caught an X ,put. hut luid to leave it to |  the judge to decide, and 11 if decision w out I  against inc.-'  A pl.itlorm with seating capacity for about  .'ill   people   lin*   been   erected fit tlio corner ol J  Diseovorv and I n-st st root*.    It   was  erected t  bv   Mossi--..  Hone  ,V   Ols.'ii,  ot   the  International, and the object ol  its erection is to afford   speuher*  an    oppoitunity     to   address  miner*   in   1 elation   to  issues of importance  this evening.    ���".  Hol."���-ii.  .u. P. P., 1* .111-  iiotmccd   a* i-litiirmuu  and ainoiig the speakers will bo C. W ��� D. CJiHord. .il. P. P.. Gordon '  llmiter,   U011. (J. II. Catoii. I lionius   Biiroman I  mid other*. '  A party ol   well   known   Vaneouvoritos ar- |  rived in the city 011   Wednesday,   being coin- ���  posed of   Messrs.   W.   A.   Kannie (SkoiiKuui),  I'.  C.   Bell. <L   I-   A llun. .--rank Kind ley   and 1  L. A. Ivoiiiiiiig.   Previous to .vlr. Uaniuc'sad- I  vent iu tlio city Mr.Th.igar<l,ot thoNorthorii,  hud boon doing some big talking of the snap j  lie w oiihl have in the   lat   man's  race ou the  .Ilth.   but   now   ho  is more rotieout and eyos '  hi* ri\ul keiiulv.    >either ol   tho gentlemen I  will  divulge their   exact   weight  except to ,  their most  intimate  trieiids.    .vlr. Allan 111-  tonils oponiii^ a boot and shoe  store next to  the P. P. Co.    Mr.   Ivoiiiiiiig  will  open a law , |  office.   Mo**rs. Boll, Uuiimo ,mil l-'indlay will ���    hunt lor thoopoii-sesainethat vvill reveal to ,        - ...       - ---     --   - |  themtlio riehcsof thooreckh.    I). lodd Lees,    -| ���)tl. notice that we, Robert Dinsdulo and |  .irrived a few day* alio,id of tl est ol the | |>. \^ Kelly. .Ill days after dute  intend to up- (  party. 'ply   to the Chief CommiHHioner'of Lunds anil |  At "the lecture delivered bv iir. Caton on , iVorks tor periuission toleuseoi- puveliuse the 1  Mitv Mli tho following committee vv it* ap- following described land continuing about  pointed to bundle and administer all tiinds , .1 acre- lor agricultural purpiweH. \v/.: C��>|��-  Mibscribcil for the destitute sick ol the city : 1 inoiicing at a point one-halt mile from Atlin  ilosM-s AIcDougull, l-'raser. Russell. Billett. , Luke, bounded on the south Hide by Di*cov-  Aiidersoi., llossellic and (Jlitford. Alter all ery-trail and riinnvng about lelianiM pimillel  r.xiioiises wore defrayed  over  SKMI  was ren- I with  the   said   trail     towurdn   Atlin   Lake.;1  Across the Porta��c  P"rom Taku City  To Atlin Lake.  Will be in Operation when First  Steamers Arrive.. ,  BILE YOUR  FREIGHT  TO.THE TRAMWAY  And thereby insure it.*.  Ouick and Safe Delivery  At Atlin, li. C.  Aution  Sales   every   Wednesday  and Saturday at 2 p. 111.  i     Good prices realized on outfits.  IV  ICTORIA GROCERS.  MIXERS'   Sl.'ITLIlCS.  WIUSOX'sV.   CURWEX,  ���' . First street, Atlin.  Atlin Warehouse and  i        Packing    .  !        Company  I J. II. K1EMER, Manauer.  I Warehouse and office       1  I       IS*. E. Corner  WATSON & LAKH  Streets.  rpESUi:  IN RESTAURANT,  Good Mculs., Lunch at all hours. Circulating Library. Stationery, fancy goods.  Outfits bought and sold.  Main street. Pino City.  Mesdaines (rambleand Watson-Lister. Props.  M. J.  MACGREGOR.  Agent.  M.  G.  McEEOI),  Notary Public, Mines and Real  Estate bought and sold, Conveying, Etc.  anteed.  Corner Lake aud Pearl.  Also agent for the Atlin Luke Lumber Co.  Orders taken.  hphe  ICOOTENAY  DINING  ROOM  A choice spot for nu  Atlin epicure in vv hich to vv orship.  Mrs. Miles, Proprietress.  .Satisfaction guar-  iizod from the concert. This, together with  the'umoiiut already in hand, forms n good  nucleus for u hospital fund. In connection  with the work that has been done for the  poor thif past 'winter -Miss Hums deserves  more tliiin passing mention. She lias been  ���roiiftanl in her attention upon the siek.snp-  1 thence ut  right  angles, north-vent 7 chums; ,  l thonco  at   right  angle*  north-east 7 chains; i  thence at right angles MMitli-wc.st 7 chums to ;  i the point ol conimeiicoiuent.        ......       ...      '  !     ; ROUT. iSlNSDALIC.  I). L. IvCLLV.  Atlin. li. C.. .May Mb. I*'.i<i.  WINDOWS,   DOORS. STORE  FRONTS; STAIRS, ETC.,  Arn being turned out in good.:stylo ubd  at lower prieex than they cuii be ship-:  ped iii from the outside tit  ILK. VANDKLSIiX'S  New door and sash shop.ou  First street  1 near Discovery.  HPHE NORTHTvRN HOTICT,, ,  i I'IRST STREET.  Tht lriggest house in Atlin.  livery thing first-class.  Taggart it Torne\-,   Proprietors.'  Australian Club.  Members are particularly ro(|iiested to  make un effort to attend the meeting called  for Monduy next, the 1.1th Mav. at S::��l p. in.  sharp ut (iregory A- Co.'s auction rooms,  Atlin.  lWHtNKHH  MDHT 1.VI I'OKTA NT.  ," Ko dinner for (Queen's Hirtbday.  Gi',0. Wai.kkii,  Iw lion. Seec'tai-y.  ifl

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