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 ,*����  '*!"? -7'."'Jt-:"-1j>i--"irs-''S .������* *��T"* '���" AA "'���'" ' ���>'i,',^--,'!/?'>jf'  ���i -.t. a, :������*,-.; ��� ;,.*"r g ���? \, -' .-.*;-. ,3; s ,&��� g -_- *-j .=- s-  ' * *       C1   OO   M, .   �� -fi     ,  VOL.   6.  'ATLIN, 13. C, SATURDAY,    MAY 31, ���.; 1962. ,-,;���:'���  NO.   150.  Do yoo weah Shoe  r  yoa 'ne*M Shoe�� ? orn^s a,;* .,. s^n^'comm^  POMTICS AGAIN-  The     Liberal - Conservatives  Organize.  w  See   our ��� ��� Bargains'  ' Buying    Elsewhere  '     : 1 ���  '    /  Remember we .have dropped to mellowest notch on  Groceries.  ��� BLACKETT ife CO.'  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.   .'"   "'    CAPITAL    PAID    UP   $8,000,000.  Branches of the Bank at. SesWs.; .*    ... '   ., ,-   -��� .--    ,- ,.San Francisco,  '   ' '   "   ' . Portland,  '.,- ' f Skag-way, etc.  Exchange sold on aSS Points.  Coi.i) I)i\st Pi;kciiasi-:d���Assay Office in Connection.  J.  S.'MUNRO, Manager.  Wholesale   and    Retail     Butcher  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN,   B.   C.  ZzS  \  3f?  Dealers in Provisions,   Dry   Goods,   Etc.,  A.   S.   GROSS  &   Go.  m  SPECIALTIES  IN  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread,  eta.  CitAS.   Myer, Proprietor.  Good Koom*. to llent���B.v the  Day, Woek or Month at. rousim.'iMu rates.  JIMMY REGAN  Shelf and Heavy- Hardware,  ������Ac-nio Cluli nml (icmriiiu lloi:lii*y SUnti**.   -   ��� Mm-'!  Ilnlf Soli��� ninl Sim:1 Nnil*.     ���   llr-m-.v  DiMon & Snii'i Smvs.���    Windows, Jlonr*.. fil:i>.< nml   I't'itcy, ��.(<���., r-tc.  Full Line of Winchester���Blade & Smokr-loss- . Kiiie & Shotgun,  Cartridges.  Goods   Boucilil   Solil   mid   I xciiaocjcd.  The.- Bank ��� of ��� British ���  lenca  Kstublislicd in 181(0. '.Incorporated liy Koyul Cliar'tci*.  ��� I'aiu-Up Capital    -.-   -   -   -   -���.���$4,866,666';.  Reserve Fund   -    -   -   -   -   -   - ���,$1,776,333 E  Head Office in Canada: Montreal. H. Stikeman,  General Manager.  Branches hi all the principal cities of Canada, .and agents in New-York,  San Francisco, Seattle. Tacoina, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, 'Etc.  Gold Dust. Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.  Ounrtz Assaying at Reasonable Rates.  .  too   Appointed   ��� Suggestion  for    VofOPS.  Politics .are not going to\. be  left in the hands of one party  alone, and if a fight is going io be  made, either in Dominion' or Provincial matters, the local adherents  of Liberal-Conservative principles  are not going lo stand by inactive.  A well attended meeting was  held in the Grand Hotel, Atlin, 011  Thursday evening last for the purpose of formally organizing the  "Atlin District Liberal-Conservative A'ssocalion."  .   Mr. A. S. Cross, J. P.,   occupied  the chair.  Several new members joined tiie  Association at the meeting. The  Constitution adopted was practically that of the kindred Associations  of Victoria and Vancouver. The  following officers-were elected:  President. G. A. Kerr, Merchant,  Discovery.  '  Vice-Presidents,   A.   S. Cross, J.  P.,    aid   W.    Pol.'ard  :Grant,  Barrister, Atlin.  Secretary,. W. G. Paxton, Notary  Public, Atlin.  The above officers, together with  Messrs. M. R. Jamieson, F. E. Litle,  C. E. Park, E. Sands and C. Taylor form the Executive Committee.  Anyone desirous of joining the  Association is requested to apply to  Mr. Kerr, Disco very, or to Mr.  Paxton, Pearl Street, Atlin, both  of whom have Membership rolls for  signature, as also forms of application to be put on the Voters' List.  -All voters should see to it that  their names are entered upon the  Voters' List without delay, as that  list will close some two weeks  prior to the holding of the Court of  Revision, which is  set for July 7II1  (  next.  �� GUN CLUB.  Atlin Has   a   Summer   Pastime.  Club 'Formally ' Organized -���Officers Appointed���Prospective. Competitions..  The White Moose.  Word has boon received that Mr.  J. Wash,.part owner in the White  .Moose (At-r>up on Taku Arm, has  had instructions to commence work  011 the property at as early a date  as possible, and he is expected to be  on the ground when the Gleaner  sails next week.  Mr. J. Car.lice, of Butte, Mont.,  is reported to be iu Skagway waiting the opening of navigation, to  come in here. He has a bond..611  the White Moose and will have an  engineer examine and report upon  the properts' early this summer.  It is expected that with the opening of navigation the Gleaneryille  Company will resume operations.  A numberpf gentlemen interested  in Trap Shooting met at the Grand  Hotel'on Thursday evening last to  consider ways ancl means of forming'a Gun Club in this district.  Mr. Woods, S.M., took the Chair,  and 'after some discussion a Club  was formed, to be known as the  Atlin Gun Club, with the following  officers:  ���  President, J. St. Clair Blackett.  Vice-President, E. Rosselli.  Secy.-Treas.,   E. M.   N. Woods,  S.M.     '. -  Captain, R. D. Fetherstonhaugh.  A committee, with the ab'ove'of-  ficers and Messrs. Hastie, Hayes  and Gillard was appointed.  Through the kindness of Mr.  Fetherstonhaugh the club was enabled to purchase five traps with a  battery.' and ��� a large ' number . of  "blue rocks,''' so tliat with "the  "material" that is known to be in  this district, ��� there should- .very,  shortly be a Club here to-take its  place amongst the best in the Province.  There will be' a "Meet" every  Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock on  the flats, north of the Grand Hotel,  which latter place is the headquarters of the Club.  This afternoon a team match  will take place, at 3 o'clock, captained by Messrs. Blackett and  Rosselli, and this being' the first  meet of the Club, it is hoped the  public generally���and this includes  the ladies ��� will attend and grace  the event by their presence.  Later on, it is tlje intention of  the Club to have matches with the  "Experts" at Discovery, and, posr  sibb-, also, matches with Skagway  and While Horse will be part of  the summer's programme.  To those who have not had the  privilege of looking on al a competition at the Traps, we can safely  say that from a spectator's point of  view, contests of the kind are full  of interest and keen excitement.  The Mails.  A small mail left Caribou on  Thursday night, at 8. p.m., in  charge of Norman Rant, for Atlin;  on wind and weather depends its  arrival.  Sixty sacks of mail are laying at  Caribou waiting   the   depart lire'of.  the   Gleaner,   which   is.  expected  to leave that    point    on or 'about  Monday next. .  '. "���  / ���       ,..".*,    ..*.:;.*.**  lf"M,?*,ncfr 1' ,.v*!v��w?*��"��*����i*"~r*-*'*v*!'-*"-.v'",'  ;^=^w����"��3.-s=iii-;  ix^i'T.-^^-vw^tZ'^iri&Zi'?-. ATLTN,  B.C., SATfR^'W, MAY  !OOI  The Atlin Claim.  In  ('ul.lif.licd    I'very'   Sutimliiy   inorniii  T'.it Arr.iN Claim   I'ijhmkiiinu Co.  A. C. (irilSCIlKEl.il, KriJLTOK.  I). Todu Lkf.h, Kub-Hditor.  OHlee of imliliciition TViirl S:., Atlin, U. C.  Advortitini;   Kntos :   Si.00   ppr  inch, ouch  insertion.    Urudiiti*; notice*. 25   cents n lino.  Speoinl Contruot Kuteu on nppllciition.  Tim fiiiliHrriptiou price is $5. n your payable in uclvaiK'o. No piper will lie delivered  iinU'HS this condition is complied with!  Saturday,  May 31', 190:  Considerable space has. been  set apart at intervals during the  last few months to the subject of  Platinum and its associated metals,  , much.to ,the disgust, no doubt, of  hankerers after "news," but we  have no apology to' offer to those  for whom the subject may have no  direct interest.  ���Our "object all ��� sublime'' is to  demonstrate to the 'miner, be he  placer, quartz or hydraulic, that  there is a probable source of revenue open to him to which he lias  never given a thought before.  The additional fact, brought out  in " Platinum Pointers," which appears on the next page, that copper bearing ores are frequently an  important source of the platinum  metals, is one that should not be  overlooked .in this district, and as  we have an immense area of copper  deposits, it were well that those interested'should make arrangements  to satisfy themselves'- of the existence or non-existence of the precious metal.  As to its existence in placer deposits in the district there is no  doubt, as has been shown from previous iirlicles on the subject. Platinum cannot be saved by amalgamation, but separate arrangements,  inexpensive, by the way, must be  made, and the high value of the  metal will 'amply justify the means  taken for saving it wherever its existence can be proved.  Again, from the fact tbat serpentine rocks form the bedrock of  most of .the gold-bearing creeks,  aud as serpentine is a prominent  source of the platinum metals, the  argument is almost conclusive that  platinum should be found here,  apart altogether from the proof established by analytical assays by  the Dominion Geological Depart  ment about two years ago.  A BRICK FR  m  THE IMPERIAL.  The Monro  Mountain  Mire  Makes a Showing:.  About Twenty Tons of Rock Put  Through the Stamp Mill���-  The "13ondees" Very Sanguine. ' ..   <  ztrauliG   Mining  m  Machinery,  II-YDRAUI.LC    r>KRl*lICKS ��� From 3 to 10 tons lifting capacitv.  i'-M)     I'OWl'.K     Dl'RRrCKS   of   1   to   2   tons "lifting'capacity.  Iu \ DK A C1,1C    l'. R A *".;i      :>,U��� VA.TO RS,  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATKK   '���"''  ANGLIC   STKKL    RIFFLE  HYDRAULIC  'H-'S,  RIVETED  PIPE.  Tiie Joshua Bendy Machine Works.  N'os.  3X to -|4' Fukmont Street,  SAN    FRANCISCO,  In last week's issue, mention  was made of the obtaining ol a gold  brick from the Imperial mine on  Monro mountain. We were misinformed as lo the actual amount  of rock put through the stamp mill.  Only I went j* tons were put through,  not 'tweiity-fh-e, as stated. The  value, by weight, is 11.48 ounces,  but as the' brick has not yet been  assayed, the actual value in gold  cannot be givrm.  Taking the gold value to be at  $15.00 per ounce, gives an average  value of $S.6o per ton. The average value, as obtained by'the Nim-  rod Syndicate when they worked  the property, was $7.05, although,  they obtained as high as $12.59 a  ton from one of their drifts.  Mr. Pearse intends tu prosecute  his development still further, ancl  we hope; in the near future to hear  good news of the work.  CAL,  Write lor prices, circulars and catalogues, or call on  A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C.  At Sin Lake JLumber Co.  A. C. HIRSCHFELD.     - Manager.  Lumbering   in   all  its   Branches.  Mills at An.in, B. C.  Branch Oei'icic at Discovery  The Big Horn Group  Bonded.  Now that   the   season   for   the  carrying of mails  by  couriers has  ended, we cannot  allow the oppor-  tuuity'ro pass without most stroiigly  commending them for iheir zealous  .attention   to   their  duties, and the  almost   unfailing   regularity   with  which they came  and  went.    It is  all very well   for   us   who stay at  home   and   kick   because now the  mail does not arrive, but if many of  these same kickers could but realize  the   hardships   through which the  couriers  have gone during the last  trip,    they.: would,   or  should,   be  ready In " return   thanks" for   the  sale arrival ol these men.  I; is sincerely to be hoped that  ere another winter season overtakes  '.is, 'ionic trail other than the Log  ���Cabin iniil   will  be  opened out, as  The group   of  claims  known as  the   Big   Hor::   Group, on   the Big  Horn river, Taku Arm, aud owned  by Meyers and associates, has been  bonded   for  $6500, with a payment  down.      Considerable   work     has  been .done   on   the property and a  quantity of  rich   ore   lays   on the  dump awaiting shipment.    Assays  give   as . high   as $100 to the ton.  Arrangements  have   been  entered  into   with  the  W. P. & Y. Ry. to  ship   the   ore   from  any* point on  Taku Arm to   Tacoma, Wash., for  ^9.00 per ton.   .The  owners of the  property are  to  receive a substantial royalty   from   the "bondees"  from the returns of ore shipped.  ' From what   can   be learned the  lead  011  this  property isau extension   of  the   "famous"   Redmond  lead, but with   this  difference, that  the     owners    claim' to  have ,the  "true" lead.    We sincerely  hope  such is the case, as it is well known  that the  Redmond lead���which development   proved   to   be   only  a  "blanket," and a small one at that  ���was an extraordinarily good one.  E ROYAL'HOTEL,  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  This   New   aud   Commodious   Hotel was opened  to the  Public,  April  16th, 1901.���Everything in'it is New.���Strictly First Class.  1 '  CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  '"PO make room for large Spring importations, I have decided to under-  '! : sell Cut Rates already Advertised, and, in addition, quote ihe following prices:  Alert Bay Salmon, per doz    , $2.50  Worcester Sauce        ,, 3.00  Simco Jam, 5-lb pail 90  Ev. Apples,  5 lbs 1.00  Apricots          ,, 1.00  Peaches          ,, 65  Moccasins,  $2.00 per pair  Pears ,, 75  Cooking Figs,, t    65  Sugar. S lbs 1.00  Cheese, per lb 25  L11 beck Sliced Potatoes, per lb    30  Ham and Bacon, per lb 25  Felt  Overshoes   &   Manitoba   Arctics,  Ladies' & Children's Boots and Shoes,,. Dry Goods, etc., etc., at cost.  Crosse & Black well's Jams and Marmalades and all other Goods  Reduced  10 to 20 per cent.  All Goods Warranted and If not Satisfactory  Money  Returned.  ��� fo  ���  9  v.  THE    KOOTENAY   HOTEL  a  Cor.  George E. Hayes, Proprietor   '  First and Trainor Streets.  Tliis First Class Hotel liim heon remodeled and refurnished tliroiit-rliout  mid oilers the best iiccommotliition tu Transient or Permanent  Oupfcts.���Amnrican mid European plan.  Finest Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  Billiards   and   Pool.  ��*o*o*o^o*>��>o*K����o*0'��a��cea��������a*a*o*a��o��a*a*ia��C'*!Ci*o��.*0'��  Taku Arm Mines.  vn.iu start to finish  it has beeu uu-  winter, ntid the result,', it is said, is  Little has been heard of the various lain'es on Taku Arm during  the winter, owing to the fact tliat  the. "trade" did not come to  Atlin, we have little opportunity  of learning what is going on in that  section of the district. The Engineer mine   has   beeu working all  1'INKST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS MANNER.  French  Restaurant in   Gonheotion.  David Hastie,''Proprietor.  Corner of Eirst and Discovery Streets.  ���U'.-iHctory.  I hijrhlv cncoiirasjine.  THE   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  .. O. W.   JOHNHTON.   Millliisri'l-.  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.  :\ MEKICAN    AND   EUROPEAN    PLAN.  UlHAWinHHUMiUIMUIinKe  IWMHKUBlllWBIBB IH  its  ATLIN,   B.  C.   SATURDAY,  MAY 31,   1Q02.  ���<*i-  T"  can   give   You   as Good ,Value for your CASH as -Groceries, Provisions, et6,  any House in Town.  Try   us   with   it   azsd  see.  (riant   Powder   on   hand.  $er $  0VER=PR0��UCTI0N.  Will, Gold  Ever  Be In That  Position.  Problem   Which   is  Stpticians ��� Not  Affect Atlin. .  Troubling  Liable    to  Students of statistics, noting the  rapid increase of annual gold production of the world during the last  , ten years, and noting also an ever-  widening field for the mining of it,  have been seriously debating among  themselves the possibility of an  over-produclion. The    practical  miner, actively engaged   in getting  out all he can    for   himself now, is  giving himself little  concern about  his   successor's    gold   production,  and what he, has to do with it when  he   gets   too   much.      There   is a  novelty about the conception- of the  idea of an over production   of gold  that makes it a fascinating  subject  of discussion.    No  miner has ever  been able  to  realize that his mine  ever made  an   over-production for  him, and, it might be added, every  miner, wants  for  himself the mines  that will  make  such   an over-production. ���    ���   -���    ���  Seriously considered, the subject  has little more   than   an   academic  interest   at   present,   and,   despite  predictions of the 'professors, does  not look   possible   of   becoming of  economic  interest.    It is true that  gold is now mined  from what was  the wastes of mining twenty years  ago. ��� Refinements  of practice are  continually   reducing   even    these  small wastes  made.    The machine  cheapening of work has made possible  the extension of gold mining"  to enormous masses of rocks which  can now   be   considered   as  being  low-grade   ores.    New   regions  of  the   earth   are   being   found gold-  bearing   and   are  being, exploited  with a tremendous   application   of  energy.    This   is   one'view of the  proposition.  The oilier view .shows that gold  mines do become worked out. - The  new sources of production in large  part simply replace a source of production disappearing towards the  vanishing point. The recovery of"  .gold from the old wastes of gold  mining makes more impression on  the imagination, and less ou the  pocket, than the gold mining of the  deposits from which ; the wastes  were made. California in forty  years,, up to 1890, yielded more  than $1,000,000,000 of gold from  her placers. Does anyone reasonably assume that from the wastes  of those, placers another ��1,000,-  000,000 i.s coming in forty years ?  The same reasoning applies to its  quartz gold production. ' The  wastes of the old workings willadd  to future production, but they cannot be expected to duplicate the  quantity, of -the -old or the concen  tration of its production in an equal  time period.  "The machine cheapening of mining work extending the field of  gold mining to ihe low-grade ores  again' appeals more lo the eye and  imagination, and less to the pocket,  than the past working of the high-  grade ores. A flat dotted over  with dredgers makes a great show,  and is recovering gold that the old  mining methods and machines  could not touch, but the aggregate  annual gold recovery of the flock  of dredgers working in the'low-  grade gravel "flats is less than that  of oue of the old lime drift or hydraulic mines in a rich channel  placer. The stamp mill of ioo  heads working on mountain-like  masses of low-grade ore i.s impressive, but it does uot necessarily'  mean more ��� gold than one of the  old time vo-stamp mills working in  bonanza ore.  It is beyond question that we can  see more gold in place available for  ultimate recovery than at aiw previous period ot.the world's history.  The seeing of it now, however, is  only one element in the problem of  the future gold production. Another element is time. Taking account of the time that it will re-,  quire to get this gold out of the  rocks, aud .its rate, of production  and the total mass of gold we estimate, is rather an abstraction than  an economic factor.     vi-  Another factor in the equation is  the fact that just as the quantity of  gold coming out of the earth increases, so does the stream returning to it again increase. With the  increase of population of the world,  aud the extention of its arts, more  and more gold is consumed as a use  instead of accumulating as a measure. As a use, it is being buried  again almost as fa^t as it is being  dug up. As a use, too, it is quite  within reason to assume that what  might be an over-production hi a  measure merely will be absorbed by  a geometrically expanding consumption. ,  Even as a measure, the common  thing for all men's desires, Hie service required of gold would appear  to be a quantity increasing in geometrical ratio. The aggregate of  wealth, with all the devices invented for simplifying and .quickening  exchanges; is becoming so vast  that enormous increases iu gold  production are absorbable as money  without increasing values suddenly,  which is the only way by which an  over-production of gold would become appreciable. The over-production of gold is, anyway, uot a  question for miners. It would  seem, rather, one for the consideration of astronomers.-���Mining aud  Scientific Press.  ?   ivn^^^i   and Grape  Rings  And All Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured on the Premises.  /JpfiF*    Why send out'when you can get goods as cheap here ?  Watches Front $5 up.   Fine Line of Souvenir Spoons.,  JULES EGGERT & SON, The Swiss Watchmakers.  :  to be no suitable substitute. These  special uses, are likely lo increase  rather than decrease, and therefore,  aside from Ihe fact that manipulation and control of .the markets  may have in some degree ��� caused  the increased price, yet the latter is  based in part on the actual demand  for the metal.  Of the metals' associated with  platinum in nature, iridosmine ancl  sperrylile are the only ones of commercial importance. The former  has been vigorously sought in recent years because of its osmium,  whicn is much desired on account  of' its incandescent properties.  Sperrylite as an associate of the  nickel-copper ores at Sudbury, Out.,  and in the Rambler copper mine,  Wyoming, is of more than purely  scientific interest.  In its usual associations platinum  is found only with the basic, ig:  ueous rocks which are rich iii the  mineral olivine, or chrysolite.  They constitute the group of peri-  dotites ancl are likewise the home  ofchromite, the commonest associate of .platinum. The pendotites  change readily under metamorphosing influences to serpentine, and it  is therefore not surprising to find  that the platinum is often traceable  to this mother rock.  The most interesting and, commercially speaking, the most important association of platinum is with  the copper-bearing minerals. Several such cases have long been matters of record, although the3' have  been mostly overlooked.  It is extremely desirable to be on  the watch for platinum and its as  socialed metals in copper ores  Comparatively minute quantities  ma}' have been overlooked iu the  past and yet ma}- be profitably  saved.iu modern methods of electrolytic refining, especially while  platinum rules at the present price.  ATLIN,   MKNNETT   AND   OHir.KAT   MINING       DIVISIONS '    OF  '   CASSUK.  Kf.KCTORAL   DISTRICT:  ���RJOTICIi is hereby given  that n. Court of  Revision  will  be   held   at    the    Court  House, Atlin, on   Monday, the  seventh tiny  of July, A. I)., 11102, ut the hour of ten o'clock  in the forenoon, for tiie purpose of hearing  nntl   determining-  imj-   mid   nil    objection,;  njrninst the retention of any nnnio or nniiiex  011 the Register of Voters for-the Atlin, Ben-,  nett and OhilkntMiiiinir Divisionsfof Cunsinr  Electoral District.���[61 Vie., c. 67, Sub-s. (f), s  H.] J. D. GliAHAM,  Collector of Votes.  Atlin, B. C, April SOth. 1902.  .  myS-60d,  Frank Moblev,  Taxidermist,  ATLIN,   B.C.   .  Furs and Skins dressed���Birds and  Animals stuffed.  Prices can  be obtained upon application to A. C. 'Hihsciifkld,  Specimens  on   exhibition'and   for  sale at the Claim Office. '  The Hamilton  Powder Works.  Orders taken for IPowder, Caps  and  Fuse. Write for Prices  STEVENS   *.   BINDLEY,  White  Horse. Y. T.  FOR  tevens  Price Only       $13.25  Platinum Pointers.  The properties of platinum are altogether exceptional and render it  available for scientific and commercial processes for which there seems  Mado in all ihc standard calibers both Rim and Center Fire,  Weight about 7 pounds. ..Standard ban-el for rim Tiro cartridges, f  24 inches. For canier-llrc cart- i'  ridges, 2(1 indies. f  If tliesc rifles art; notenrried in stock i  hy your'deniu; ncnd price ;::id we v.'il!  jsomd it Iotwu u;;prc-ss prepaid.  ��>eiul_. stanipioreiria]o# describing complete Jine wild coataiuiDg valuable iu-  forniatfon io tiliootos.  The J. Stevehs Arms ahq Tool Go.  f. tj. Btx CI1IC0PEE FAL13, MASS. I  Photographs  OF  Alaska,   Yukon   and  Northern   B.C.  FROM  Skagway to Atlin & Dawson  CO TO  HTRSCHFELD'S  ^s/o     4~"%  ���ALASKA  ROUTE  SAILINGS.  The following sailings are announced for the month of May������  Leaving Skagway at 6 p.m., or on  arrival of train:  Princess May,     .    May 3:.  For further information, apply ox  write to  H; B. Dunn, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska-  I i��*M��**��*t***T~r*^**'<*<'***wi^��'*��M^  I       A^AJ    ., I*A '    ', ...... I/,'-:       '. ���" V- '  '��� T^waiwwjtf ��"���* -*���r*j��.  -fWWM,,, (iasf-sK-* k��;ks:. rr.:^ ���:-���-.  ��*>#[  ffi-^rg^Sf.^ "gajEStaajasa^^  vmyiwffl&^t^f&sZR  -*J2m ATfJN,  P..C'' SATURDAY.   MAY  lye:  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  ('Iiiii'.'.'i  of England:  St. .Martin'*; Cliurcli, cr'n-. Third rind Trsiin-  or ntri'ot.s. Sunday ��ci'vii;<>s. Mutiny at 11a.  m., Kvi-iibon*; T:MU p. in. Oululirutiim ul" I Inly  CuniiiuiiiiiMi, J<t Sunday in each month ami  on Special occasions. Sunday School, Siiiiiluy ut !! p. in. Committee Meetings, 1st  Thursday in each month.  Uev. K. I.. Srt>p)i(>us-au, Hector.  ��� . ,i,.���,, ������.    Presliylerimi  CJhui-cli   liohl  W.   1    .-  -   M        !!   . I   -li'l'.      ,1.     *'-'l*C(l!l(l   Street.  i -    i-       . ���    '   ' ���-. . int:   service 7:"')  . '���"     :.''--      ' il'-1 he   nwti-tiiiifr  .;.!.   -I. ,Ku.w-ll.   .Mini-li-i-..     I'ri'i*  ��� ., tO   Wlliull till itl'i- M'-ll'llllll*.  Mi.v  .SinMi  L'-l*% ii  l.'i-l' "I  (!o hi' Cummings & Richardson  for Ciirld'vSeal Hip Gum Boots,  S-J-50. '    -  The "Blair Atliol," thc-steain  launch built and owned, by "Scol-  tie " Morrison,' has again fallen into other hands. She was floated  oil Thursday, from her "ways" at  - Discovery wharf iuid taken down to  the Atliu Lumber.& Mining, Co.'s  mill, where she -will be put in  ship shape, and used for lowing.  Complete  Hue or Fancy Stationery at Pillman &'Co.'s  WANTED.  ��� Tenders   wanted  for   tiie   cutting   of   shingle logs.  Apply to. A. C.   Hiisclifeld,   Manager, Atlin Lake Lumber Co. Atlin.  Some anxiety was felt during the  earb' part   of   the   week   as to the  "whereabouts of  the   mail carriers,  Messrs ��� McRae and A bey,   assisted  by Norman .Rant,   who left here a  week   ago   last   Monday,   but the  strain  was  relieved by the posting  of a notice on  the  Post   Office, on  Wednesday   morning,   stating that  "The   outgoing   mail   arrived   at  ���  Cariboo this inoruiiig.'>  Furnished rooms   to   rent���apply  Motel Northern.  FOR SAf,E���.30-^0 Winchester;  A 4 x- _s Kaslni sin's Folding  Kodak: 5 x 7 Fasluian Kodak; 22  Winchester.���Apply Claim office. '  A Public Meeting will be held at  Ihe Nugget Hotel, Discovery, on  Monday 'evening next, 2nd prox.,  at 8 o'clock, to discuss matters in  reference to Sports, and to decide  upon a day for holding same. The  Coronation celebnilioi: takes place  on the 26th and 27th prox., aud  both day.*\ are public holidays,  while the ist and 4th of July follow  in close crder.  Copies ot the ne\v Placer Act of  100 f. consoli'lated with the Acts of  1S9S and i- ;* fr>r sale at the  Ci..\:.\i Office.  Wall paper at Fraser cc Co.  'fin:   "?.<Tl\\   of   May " in Atlin  passed without a hitch !  , Oanii_u Seeds at Pillman & Co.'s  Tu   Amateur . Photographers ���  Toning   and   fixiujr   solution    for  Solio   and   other   papers, in bulk,  ready for use, at IIirschfold's.  The dance given by the Atlin  Fire Brigade, iu aid of the funds of  that worthy institution, which was  held in Dixon's Hall last Saturday  evening, was an undoubted success  and a substantial sum was put to  the credit of the fund. The. supper  provided by the- ladies was one of  the best ever spread in Atliu.  Hay, oats  and chop feed at McDonald's Grocery.    ���   ....  House lining ryid  oil-cloths at J.  A. Fraser <Si Co. "./     - "  Kresh Garden Seeds  crt,. Dqckrill'  & Bourne's.     .     . ." '  '' I  ���       ���������<! iM  1 lie Ping' Pong   i o urn* merit.  Whether or not the Ping Pong  Tournament���announced last week  ���������was or was not a success rests  with those who got it up, but this  much we do know, the various  items on the programme were very  keenly contested. Unfortunately,  through some trifling disagreement,  the liuai of the mixed doubles was  called off and the prizes offered  were played for by open singles,  and-were won-' by Mrs. Rorke and  Mr. Richardson.  There was a large number of  entrants and the result of the different events was as follows:  Ladies', Singles (handicap), Mrs.  Rorke; Gentlemen's Singles, J. H. |  Richardson.  Mr. Jules F.ggcrl. very kindly  presented a "Ping Pong' Racquet"  pin.as a Consolation Prize. Tiie.  ladies who had entered in the tournament drew lots and Mrs. D.  Todd Lees was the lucky drawer  of the- prize.  <s & Ricliardson9  The   Leading House.  NOW'S", YOUR   CHANCE:        .  Gold Seal Hip Gum Boots  Good vSeal  bootees,    .       '. ��� .  WE   HAVE   FULL   RANGES   IN , LOW  RANGES  <  $9.50.  3-50.  RUBBERS  CALL   AND    INSPECT   OUR   NEW   GOODS.  VENDOM.E-  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  FREE' BOWLING-ALLEY.  Complete line of tobaccos and  cigars at li: L. Pillman & Co.'s  Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure.���It is sold in-all the stores in  Atlin. ;     '  Chris. Doelker shows that'he has  faith in the country. T-Ie is building a chicken ranch on the "First  Island," and has a big stock of  hens and' roosters coming in by an  early boat, aiid for "new laid"  eggs, or chickens���without ice ���  you may know where to apply.'  We comme.id Doelker for his enterprise, aud it will be the fault of the  public if it cannot profit .by his foresight.  Placer   Act,   Toor,   consolidated,  for sale at this office".  Back numbers of the A'n.ix  Claim can always be had al the  Claim office, price 15 cents.  '��� Interest in Ping"Pong���or rather  "Table Tennis "���is now at fever  heat in Atlin, and in order to give  the patients an opportunity to cool  off, a Tournament will be held at  tiie " Ping Pong- Parlour." Particulars can be learned and entries  made on application io W. E.  Hacldou.  . There is more solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  Nickerson will have on arrival of  the first boat Lettuce, Rhubarb,  Cucumljers, Cabbage, Oranges,  Lemons and all other fruits and  vegetables iu season; also -fresh  eggs and new creamery butter.  A. C. Hirschfcld left for the  Coast on Tuesday morning, via Log  Cabin, at which latter place he arrived early Thursdry. He will  be absent for a few weeks.  A. Brunich has re-opened his  Fish Market, and being the only  " Fresh thing" in town the fish  market has been virtually canied  awav.  "Choice, Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  ! RI!  9���  W9   ) t  Pro|>  :,."C. DOJELKER,"  .    ....    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home,    made    Sausage.  ��� 'NORTIIUkN'HOTKL   BUILDING,    FlKST   STRKKT.  ATLIN    LAKE    LUMBER    CO.  f        Trouohton   &,- Ridd,    Proprietors,   ��� . ^Q�� .   Special   Rates ' on-  all    Contract    Orders ��� See  CUT   RATES.     '  us  for  A.  C.  IIiRSCni-Ki.n,. Manager.  For  Call' and get Prices at  IV   YOU   WANT  G. li. IIayks.  J. (i. UoKNKUj.  rrn  ion  CONCTCKNINC.  MINES & MINING PROPERTY  In the Atlin District  WRITE  TO  A* O. Hirschfeld  A. Hhunioii, Proprietor.  ��� Fresh Fish'Afwavs on Hand  Hydraulicand Other Companies  ISiipplied at Wholesale Rates.   ���  Real   Estate  aud   Mining   Broker,  P. O. Box, 36. Atlin, B. C.  .,..; Discovery.  ������'OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  . 1-TRvST-cJlASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION.  Headquarters for Huliner it Purrott's stage.  ^INETREEitlOTEL.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  Hu. Sands, Proprietor.  O.K  BATHS  ��   BARBER SHOP  I'. LINK   . Prop.  Now occup.v I lion- new t|iiai'ter*i next  to tliu H1111I1 uf U. N. A.. First. Street.  Tlic'tiuth luomsure eiiuull.v as good uw found  in oitle*.   Private Krifci'uitoo (ur'ludlnii.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  IIKST    LiyUUUS   &   IMC! A KS  Goon  Accommodation. ��� Hkstauhant  in  CJoNNKcrrox.  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Good Stiibliiitf for Horses und Dojjs.   ,  W.   WALLACE GRIME  & Co.,  MINING BRUKCKS S COMMISSION AfiLNTS.'  Third'Street, Atliu B, C.

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