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 -.-rrrr:._  ��� VOL.  ATLIN, 13. C.; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, iG.    igoi.  NO.  122.  T  Are  'offering  'Special   Bargains   in' their  Large  Stock   of  Men's   Goods  INCIiliMIMi  Giothing,'  Heavy   Overshirts,    Sweaters  G&ns, Uneserwesar and Sfooesm  Their  Stock   of  Groceries   is tlie Largest  and  most  Complete ,in   Atlin.   They  are  prepared  to give' specially Close  vPrices for winter supplies.  AS .OTHERS SEE US.  Correspondent, to' a New  York Paper  O&fB, examine  an  prices before  in|�� -elsewhere;  secure  :ett & co.  IRON . STORE,    First  and Trainor  Streets, Atlin, B. C  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $8,000,000.  Expresses   Himself  as   to the Dis-  ' trlet's Possibilities, Its Legal  Troubles    and     its     Unpro-  speetecl Territory.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  ���       .  San Francisco,  Portland,  Skairway, etc.        ;���.''. Exchange_*sold on all Points.  Gold Dust Pukchaskii'-^Assay Office tn.-.Connection.  J.' S.  MUNROi''Manager!'1  '9  Wm.   WALMSLEY,   Proprietor.  -    FIRST   CLASS   IN   EVERY   RESPECT.  fine   Wines,   Liquors   and   Cigars.- -���Stabling for Horses.  Opposite Depot. CARIBOU,  Y. T.  ��� '  The Vancouver General Store.    ���  Dealers  in Provisions,   Dry   Goods,   Etc.,  A.   S.   CROSS   &   Co.  SPECIALTIES   1ST  FANCY    CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc.  Good Rooms to Kent���Hy tho Day, Week oi  Chas.  Myek, Proprietor.  Month nt reasonable rates.  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  New mid Second  Hand Tin and Grnnitc Warr, Iron  Stool, Picks, Shovels mid Blacksmith's  Conl. Giant Powder. Crips. Fuse and Yukon Stoves.  Goods   Bought   Sold   find   exchanged.  The = Bank = of ��� British = North = America  P'Httiblislied in 1836.   Incorporated h.v Ito.vnl Chiirter.  Paid Up Capital    -    -.   -    -   -    -   $4,866,666  ���Reserve Fund   -    -----   -   $i,7��3.333  Head Office in Canada: Montreal.  H. Stikeman,  General  Manager.  Branches In all the principal cities of Canada, and agents iu New York,  San Francisco, Seattle. Tacpnia, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Etc.  ASSAY OFFICE  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.  Quartz Assaying at Reasonable Rates.  [n our issue of Sept. 21st last a  few extracts were made from the  Mining & Knginkhkinc; Jouk-  nal d" New York, from the first  of a series of articles . by W. M.  Brewer, M. 1C, on his observations  upon this district. Iii'the last issue receiver!, Oct 19th, the second  article appears, which deals, in detail, with the different creeks and  properties which' he visited. The  article is too long for us to quote in  full but a i~ew extracts may prove  interesting reading, In stating his  opinion a.s to the ''auriferous zone,"  Mr. Brewer says:  "According, to. the geological  map prepared" by J.'C. Gwillim, B.  Sc., of the .Dominion Geological  Survey, there, is quite a,n extensive  area .of qjiartziles and slates, designated a.s 'gold-bearing rocks,' east  of Uiejiouiidaries of.the limited area  of'-uuagnesiau rocks. Wlietlier or  hot the creeks which flow through  the territory .covered' by the quartz-  'zites and slates have been prospected thoroughly,or whether the auri-  ferious area is confined to that laid  down by Gwillim, the writer could  not ascertain on reliable- authority.  One fact, however, was observed by  the writer during his examination  of Spruce creek, that Blue Canyon,  13 miles above the 'mouth ofthe  creek, where good pay in placer  gold occurs, is beyond the boundaries of tlie magnesian rocks, the  country rock being a dark blue or  black graphite schist-or slate. For  this reason, alone, the writer is of  the opinion that a most thorough  exploitation of tlie territory beyond  the present known gold-bearing  creeks is warranted.  The geology of Blue Canyon  shows a decided change from that  on Pine and Boulder creeks.  Instead of magnesian rocks and diabase dykes, the Canyon has been  cut through graphitic schists of a  dark blue and black colour. The  bedrock iu the Canyon is quite porous, and, in mining, it is dug up  for some depth, as examination  showed that much gold was held  in the cleavage planes.      ��� ,   ��� .���  Innumerable lenses and veinlels  of quartz also occur,.conformable to  the planes of schisfosity. These  lenses of quartz are.of greater thickness below the -canyon;;, at one  point about 2cbo feet below, .a wide  ledge of sugary quartz ..occurs from  which, on the .surface, good pay  has been taken by the nlacerlminers..  Several mineral claims have'been  staked about one and a half miles  above the canyon, where quartz  ledges also occur. From the rusty,  appearance of the slate or schist,'  and the occurrence of so many  quartz stringers and lenses, as well  as the fact that so much gold is  found in tlie cleavage planes of the  bedrock deeper than placer gold  would ordinarily penetrate-, it might  be inferred that apoiliou at least of  the gold mined from Spruce is clue  to local deposition, and that if  thoroughly exploited extensive  bodies of the s'.aie or schist may be  found to be auriferous, which possibly will carry sufficient values to  pay lor working as lode mines on an  extensive scale. v Fuel ought lo b2  obtained at a low rate from the  White Horse coal fields.  "The line ol strike of this schist  is N. 200 \Y\; tlie dip is almost  vertical. This schist is cut by  quartzose dikes, three of which are  very prominent, lying nearly parallel to each other, about 600 feet  apart. In one of these lenses or  large kidneys of quartz occur, together with some mica. .From Llu-r  general appearance of thete dike-  they might be classified as altered  granite. ,.   "  "The writer could obtain no de- '  finite information as to the extent  of the schistose.-.-.out*try rock, of the  Blue Canyon district; appaienlly it  extends for 'some distance down  Spruce creek, but no natural exposures of the geology could be examined, except at Blue Canyon,  nearer than distant mountains.  Average Steady.  The average temperature for the  -the last week, taken five times  every 24 hours, from noon, Friday,  8th, to noon, Friday 15th inst, i.s as  follows: :]  above.  8th.  29  9U1.  23.8  10th.  26,6  nth.  27   .  12th.  2 7.2  13th.     ".  22.4  14th.  21.2  15U1.      .  20.5  This shows an equable temperature for .the week, the extreme being at no lime very g.ieat. The  highest reached being 32 above and  the lowest, which was on the night  oftheioth, was. 12 above, The  wind was south-easterly during the  early part of the week, turning to  the north-east latterly. There has  been one slight fall of snow, during  the night of.the 14th.  The total rainfall for the year,  from May 14th���first ���raiuf.ill���lo  22nd October���last 'rainfall ��� was  .6.23 inches. The heaviest rain-'  fall was oh the 12th: October lasr,,  when 1.24' inches fell during the  night and forenoon of the following  day.     ���- *  "  '" ������'���*���   ."..'.-.A. G. LEAK.  ft.  !i.  li��  :i .���:;-.vU  ���������'���-��  Oi  jTvv ���-'*'������ -v  ��� ATJit NV ;*' BiCi:;.: S ATU R^Yr-NO^^iB^-i^i^rri^bi.-  ���MK;fiMERSj  V Published .. cvim'j*    Siil itriliiy | miiriiiiiii   liy!  Till**, ATI.IN/(ii/Aii'l"' l*t': Hl'lHlil'Nc: Co:. ���:  "������'��� /,//;.a. c. IliiiBf iii*'i**i.ii. I*:11i-rc-i     ;;v.;  ",,,;    ;.,'������   I).TopiVl.Ki'r*';'..Siili-Kiliuir.       ;  '  <>nii*<' of ������iiliiii-htiiili "Peiii'j S;.. At I iii. Ii. (-."  AilviTlisinu*   Kutcs : V*?l.l*0 ��� pi-r   iiicli.  t>ii(*l>  insertion./iJontlin/*: hot ict's, *?.V iMMtts.ti iiiif.  Si���(���i-iii! C'ont rtict ;Kales oir iipplivn'riiiii.  ; VTh't; ^stilisi'.ript ion*, price is y$fi u   .ve:11'   piiy-  tihli* in ii-h-aiu'i*.   -No' p iper Will he tleiivori'd  ' it n I ess'11 lis e(,n(l i tii in is (M tin p!i eil with.  i Something- Gone Wrong With'  I ������'.;, ,;���-:��� ^ :������-��� the Works.//  ;SATUK'i)AV,''.:,N.pv...''i6th,v"-'i9Qi  /.-,' v'T1'1;; .cohvihunica!.io:L;v: over'.the  signature:-;ol;v ���', Aggrieved., Subscrib-  ;(er,"; reachesuis-at .a; very ������opportune':  'moment: /It will no doubt M>e read  withinterest: byvonr ; many renders;  v;ahd thenilibrnijitibn it coii\;eysv.will  '..in'.-a : measure, help'--.' to;, .account:: for  /lire non-arrival:ofvinuclrmail���;���:liiat-  ���'��� ter of which /advices /had;been received; -. v\Ve ..would very much like  to kiiowif /the. :despalcliing-of the;  .-' mail from' Log   Cabin  is left to the  '. caprice; ;'of / the/ carriers;";:as might  ./very /; naturally'"��� lie ; inlerrredv from  /the: letter ' .'{referred.������������'���' to. "���������  We-/have:'  sufiicieiif^confi^ciice.  in the Postal  'Department to feel .assured, tlin i/tlie  :laxity,.as/stated  byvour;,correspoii-  : dent; ;has\takeii   place /without: its  . knowledge  or  consent, v We': voice  thesentiment of  .the public,- when  : we day:* we;���'-���have av '.'-kick:'!--; and :/a  good one;/ which  demands speedy  ���recognition.; / v*/. v/1/:// <ry v,-:'//.yy  Miniiigv^um  ���*;��� ^ ,f;'/ Gentrifugi^ *f:';/;!, ���  . .:/*/-Vv ���;//' ':;-;;/. "':I}re^  Only One-Third of the Mail' at Log  //Cabin Was Brought���The Editor  Addressed* oh the Subject;     /'  .HYDRAULIC vDEI^  ,���.   -., ��� -....., ���:-. .-.-���������   ,-.v;:;: I-1AND   -POWFR v DKR RICKS -of'.i'  lo   2 -���'tons; lifting capacity.  bhc/lbllowing:   letter,   received  'HY:DRAUI;iC"; q rAyKL/ ELEVATORS, ' '  from-Xiproiiiineni;:;^  deals wiili  a vmatter of iniporlauce' ���:'v.*���'.'/V'v:.^///v;// vVN'GLK "STEEL  ���J^i'Fl'lvFS': ���:&���/  to lhe: general ;^  as il does at the:"putset- of the winter ''ii.ia.il service,' will'; 116 -donbl/ be  theineaiis, of. /calling .the .at ten I ion  of those al:/fault, towards'{.}id recti-;  'ficalibiv'.of \vhalvapJYears a ., Iliigrautv  l3reacli;;of4*iub.lic.-/riy;lita-.r;. '���:-;7:^--,V.-S'>-/-.*.-";:*:  ���"��� -Dk'ar-'-S.ik'::-���-A  mailer   of vihuclr;  public^ inVpPrl/iu,:-ot  the Avi;-,ter jjastaF arrangement  ^tlieUst'fe^  <:>;;| 4:;FujCi\iONT'-S^ ;,  :;���:���?,��� .^  W in te tor/prices, circulars and catalogues,--'.bi* call^-on-^U^/iivivS^^V':-:  ^'���::-:::::}y:iy^  ;/::/vA.T:a;: recent.;nieeiiiig/of .,Uie:At /  ./.lin -DistrictBoard;: of v.Trade,//at  :";%hiclrlY;Dr/:H3^/F;:vScharsclunidtv;  : Supt./of the British: Yukon Navigation Co., was   present, the question  was asked   as   lb  what facilities, if  any,    had   been   arranged  by   his  Company or the Canadian Development-.Go.-,������. lor   the   conveyance   of  passengers  into  or out of .Atliu be'-'  : tween the closing of navigation and  the   freeze-up.     Dr.   Seharschmiclt  stated Pnr-behalf of the railroad thai  he was glad to  bs  able to say that  ' .passengers  coming  or going could  have free transportation in the com-  - pany.'s   canoes .'���' over   the .diflereut  portages.    He   further   stated that  the   trail /between   Log Cabin and  Otter   lake   had   been  temporarily  flagged,   and  that, from  latest- reports the trail was ir. excellent condition.  We have been informed that one  or two capitalists have expressed a  desire to visit the district before the  freeze-up, but refrain from risking their lives on a trail which is  supposed, on the outside, to be beset with every danger which the  imagination can paint. It is a pleasure to learn that these dangers are  iu the imagination' only, and that  facilities for gelling in or out  are still accompanied' by no greater  hardships or inconveniences than  when the boats are running.  Oi;u congratulations are extended  to Judge Thain, the new incumbent  of the Bench.     Mr. Thain has been  appointed   Stipendiary    Magistrate  for this district, to take the place of  Mr. Woods, S. M,, while   on  leave  of   absence.    The   appointment ol  Mr. Thain lo this responsible position is received  with general satisfaction, and if conscientious  attention to his  duties is any   criterion,  we will have an  exemplary magistrate in Mr. Thain.  bn/the.'StreeLs, which,/in tlie inter-  es i,of Jlhe,': coin muiiity;:.calls .Tor .ex-  plaiialioiLtrpnr'bur-fl'ostuiaster/the  Department brZ the Canadian .Deye-  lopmeiitCc).-'���the ni'ail'contractors.:  ���VI.-;:. respectfull y.;'i ;beg, /,--: I here fore,  that/ypuv 'will /be--kind:enoLigh.lo  publish;/tliis:-letter/in the:-'.c'oljiiiin's  of your valuable" pa::er^v//i:'.yy '- .������'���''  //Up tbvlhepresent'dale three mails  have."arrived   in Alliii,:.which, -I ain  given vto/unders'and, aggregated :in';  weight "^considerably v. under./: .300,  pounds,vaudvitvliasbeeii stated that  over-;4poyp6iinds;/pf':inailAveredelt  ^ttDog'/Cabiir/by-iUhe/mail^carriers:  arriving pn .Tuesday .alternopii/last!;  The mail   left, oyer /is said by tlie  carriers;" lo /have/been papers, 'aii:d'  parcels, only,   or  matter other���tliiaiv:  Fir.vl Cla-s maib/v     /     v    /,.,.,'  v   t. have no means of deliniteiy as-  certaining,,the- nature of the winter  iuail 'coiilract   between   tlie Postal  Dspartuieut and the C. -D.. Co., but  presume it is .oil a similar basis, as  to amount 'to- be carrie-d, to that of  last winter,- ��� whei',  T ' believe,  the  contract called for 350 pounds, twice  w.eekly.    With   relerence to the remarks   ���published'- in a recent issue  of the Claim, under'/tlie headjjig.of.  "Winter   Mail," - it ..was .therein,  stated   that   the parcel post service  to-Atlin would bexliscontinued during the winter, but  on   making enquiries at the office here, I  am  informed by the Assistant Postmaster  that   no  instructions  have been received from the Postal Department  cancellii-g . the , parcels post service  during the winter.      , '  Now, Sir, it seenis to me a most  arbitrary proceeding on the part of  the   carriers   lo   have   left such a  ' . ���*   !���'���  quantity of mail, especially in view  of the fact that t'ne trail between  I.pg Cabin and Hale's is in first-  rat<; condition, as I. have learned on  good authority, and is proved by  quick trip made with the last mail.  The blame must fall upon some one  and the public is entitled 10 some  explanation as lo why it should  suffer ��� through the negligence or  independence of the mail contractors or their eni])loyces when there  seems no plausible reason why the  full limit ofthe contract should not  have been carried.  In the public interest, Sir, I  deem it but right that this matter  should receive a full, and   strict en-  / / ;   George:E.vHayes, Proprietor vvv  :: C(>^-;.v;Fii-;;s:^"A^-iVv'lM-;A:iNOi-;!'-STRi*;i':Ts.:  This :T''ii*st' Class Hotel   litis ^ I men - rptiHuloiad-iiiid rofiii'nislied.t iirou^lioiitv Vf  V /   :; linii. ofi'rifs t!i_t> fifi.st-iioi-'onitnodut inir to   '.l'ffitisii.'tit -or' lucrumtie'tit,'.: ���  'V/ -��� ���./   /.   ������.Giip'sts.--A,nii!i,i(*tiir atnl  Hitropeuii;.Plnii:"  ' /'/V  ' ;V ��� V /''':  /���''Fein&si'���/Wmes,yS.issiu333's;.I^d^Cigars, ^yy ;y:y:  ���r;i;/^:X:.L/.j;-;rB'i;Ui'a;r^  FINFST >^QD1F;PK^  ::'-v::p:v/^:::/vCpNJ)y  'fi:f'r,:^^:r���^rFrenchRestats _"/;.;:::';''.''       :"/":'  V        RlGK: &:;HASTIK,   TRpl'klK'nVuS, ���'    I )A VI I)   HASTIK,    M ANAGKR.   :������'���;/  -: /-,";'! .':"': v .'CoriicL of, First aiid. Discovery Streets. '  i��  -:��� Inipbrter;pfiffenei-al   Merchandise;  ;/;::fl^draisIicfliaiits:i^fl  Wo/iniiVi.iirtiKtiivp n rtill lino of iiil.-iitpiilips veiiitired for  '7��*.'  We luivoHow in inn' shops: orilci'sj. for 7000  feet, of  i'ipo: tilsci  Wiiter (itites,  Il.viiranlic  (finnts, tjtu.   Piii'liups" you   intiy ltood   soinetliiiiu*   itiiiiieiljiituly  from the follmvina: lines  which we"ci'uVsliip tit. oitco from stock:;*   . /      ;......-  KKGINBS--''    v-     FAN'S .     ORK CA US ;',.-   GKIZZHES      v  l!OI I,KltS.       "...  IILOWUKS ���"." . OKU liUCKICTS     v     HKLTING   '. '     >���  PUMPS HL'OWKRS VAI.VlvS    . ' ��� .: ' KNGINEKKS*���. KITTINGS. KTC.V  -"'''-        The Vancouver Engineering Works        -  "'���"''   /.*" '-s't;cct!SHbiis to ARMSIRONU   &   MORRISON,: -.".'.���  '���* Iron   Founders, Boiler Makers end Machinists.  ���r. n..������".;������- './"���    .'OKI-'I'CK   AND   \VOUKS, ' VA.NCOUVEK,    H. C.  T  E  DISCOVERY,   B.C.  Comfortably Furnished. Rooms--By the Day, Week or Month.  ���-'.   AMKRICAtt    AND    FUROl'KAN    FLAN.-  .1.  1'.  IlOHK, Milliliter.  WHOLESALE     DRY    GOODS,     LIQUORS    AND    CIGARS.  -<���- Importers  of all classes of Foreign Goods ^  Victoria   and   Vancouver.  Sole Agents for:  BROWN'S    4    CROWN.   SCOTCH    WHISKY  CORBY'S    CELFHRATED   CANADIAN    RYE  A. Ii. C. BOHEMIAN    St.    LOUIS    BEER  MOET    &   CI-IANDON   CHAMPAGNE,     DRY    IMPERIAL ATLTN,   B.  C, SATURDAY,   XOYF.M bKk,   if,,   :go'i.  Rs?  DKAI.KUS   IN  S>0  Fh'St Street, AfgJea.  ��>.  Handle only the best Goods in' ibe Market.  Groceries, Fruits, Flour, Feed  and Provisions.  ���    BEST   SERVICE   GUARANTEED.  Trv   our Teas and  Coffees.  quiry from the'Postal Departnienl,  and some explanation, lluough  your column's, would not be amiss.  Iftlie stale of a (Tail s, as aboi'.e si-l  forth, is allowed lo continue, tlicit:  \vill be such an accumulation of  mail at Fog Cabin ihal much of it  will reinaii. undelivered.until next  season.---Yours, etc.', ��� ��� ���  .  . . Aockiicvkd StjJiscKiiu-:k.  Atlin,' B.C., Nov.  15, kjoi.  - Responsibility.  T:lie notice posted on a claim that  an-owner or the owners will  not be  responsible  done "'"!'  liacl,  or  under   a  protects  .1111*-  /Capt. -Wise Has His Say. '  On his recent visit lo .Skagway,  CapL. F. A'. Wise is thus- repoi led  by the Skaowav Nicws in s; caking of this district:.    ,-'  .  "Atlin is in her youth and wanis  capital to strengtheu her growth.  Tlie fbiiud.'ilioii-' is' there, -and in order to build up there must come into the district capital and experienced miners to-make it a successful mining* camp.  ''There are many good prospects  for gold'and copper, ���but prospects  only; so that development is  .needed.  loo many newspaper reports  have-been sent abroad to the outside" world',- telling of fabulous  riches, It would be much better to  boil it down and start the. boom-"on  reasonable bedrock;"aiid their let it  grow as the shafts are driven do'wn"  and increased Values are reached,  with a solid basis lo grow upon.''.  It  payment of work  lease, bond or con-  the interests of the  liens  from  the date  would    seem   also  j owners a  1 ��� ,.  -  ol - pusln  that it would   protect against liabi  ity lor. liens created   before the elate j  of   posting, provided   the bolder ol  tlii^claiiiVdc'e.s    not.    within   thirty  days  'from    the   posting,' make demand   of   the owners (or the claim  li-'p;. Ciii.i.nsi'fK.  Prop  Liquors   unci  Furnished  Rooms by the Day,  .    Week or Month.  Finest   Wines,  L-it-rars.  aiu,l make the lien. Delaying more  Ihnn-tliiily flays would seem lo b:u-  tiie lied attaobine-. .  worscF*  TVfOTIf'K   is hereby  N    will In' iiiuilt- to  Do Not Rely on Panning.  ��� Panning is a fair means of finding out what is the conceutralable  matter in an ore, but the ease or  reverse of ease with w.hich the panning is effected, is not a safe guide  on which'to determine the commercial concentratabilily of-the. ore.  The personal equation, among  other details, is too large an'element  iu panning for its results to be considered conclusive.  Tlie l.i)   liny.    I.til.    I.in..   .Mining-   Company,  iiwiiiii.;* tin-  Li**1��oy,  lion Tail. Ki.acic  .I.W'1*. llfJT:*'.. Is.UIKI.I.A, lllAi'O, l.l'.UAl.  Tl'.N HKH, l.irrLK J OH I-'KACTION Mineral  Claims, situatf-d in liiiin.v Hi,How, Chil-  liiil Miniii-j* Division id" Cassiar District.  U. C.  To I--K.\Xli    !���'.    bl.AliK.   llAJtX.Wtl)    110 VL  AXll   C!l'"i>     1'JXZ OK  O'J'HKIt TIIHIH   AdKNT  nit ai;i:sts :  T     tin'    nn:li'i*-iu*:ii,il,   Jo-,.    \\.   Sinirli. pai't  ** u,vni'i* of the above-mineral claims, hereby yive notice lo the iiliovi.'-iiiniii'il I*rank P.  CltirU. I laniard Moyl mill Geo. I-Muz or other  their A-rout or Agents flint I ilo hereby rc-  iiiirst tin; stiid-KrtuiU .1:'. Clarl;, linriiuril  ll.u.vl and Gfu Phiz or I lieir A-jri-nt or Aleuts  ro (join ribitte t!ir-ir shares' of '.lie a-sc-s-  inenl wurU iioni-,_on tin' said eluims. vi/.: one  years'ii>>"-.snio*it work, i'roni .Inly. Phil to  July. l\YiY>. amnuiitin-r, respectively, to the  -.inn of Slll.1'5, SlU'i.liliuiil -Jl-'ill.-Ul. Unless Unsaid amounts bo paid to mo on or before  the Pith da.\rof I*Yb*'uury next, 'I .shall pni-  ri'i.'il. under and hy virtue of tin; powers conferred by Rent ion 1 of the Mineral Amend-  inenf Act, Ill.lll, repealinji* Section 11 of Cap.  J."i oj tin- Statutes of l.S'.ilL  Jos. ^\'. Smith.  lly.lxo. P. I.IN USA Y,  Atty.-in-Hnet.  Atlin, H. C, November llilh, MM. :iin  MQTSGE.  I'ot'K ut*' Ac::*:.'-* "  1 al lii-.i'nv.-r.\ (':  i To   j:   IJ.   M.\ i.i, i  .Mineral   Claim,   sitntiteil  :inp,' Pine Creel;.  .i*:t*    an* i j   \V      lliii.ijiNiib-  j    Wl'll'l II   i  The ��� Smoking Concert.  NOTICE.  ��� -For the celebration of the King's  Birthday, a few patriotic ci:izens  laid their heads together- and devised-.a smoking- concert for Saturday evening. - Arrangements were  duly made and oil that evening one  ���of the'most patriotic.'.gatherings in  the last'two years   was   held in the  '  Atlin   Jintertainmeut Hall���which,  - through the kindness of Mr. Dixon,  was given free.    ��� .j  ������  Mr. J. H. Brownlee was' 'unanimously called to the chair, and  after a few brief and well chosen re.  marks on the occasion of the gather.  ��� ing, called on Dockrill it Ward for  -"an'' instrumental -duet.     Rev. 'Mr. i  t, ,-, i . n      , ���"'   ,     T     the* undersigned, Putrirli  Donovan, part,  Russell made a most  excellent pal- 1,    ������,,,���.* ���r ���,;,-���,;,���.���  ,���i1,,.riri* ei���i,,,s.  Iinroh.v uiv iiotiei; to tin-aliovi- linilieil .), S.  l''er^n.soii or other his ,\ (rent or Agents, that  I'do herelij' ri.-finc.st.' the said J.S. l-'or^iison  to eoiltriblit'i; his sjiare of assessineiit ��-()rlt  (liiiie on | lie. .siiiil elaiins, viz.: one yt;ar'.s* ns-  scssiiii-nl.work I'roili lllli August and Sih  Si-pto'inlit-i-, H'lKI,-respectively, anioinitiiiK* to  the stun iif.-?*irt).-'-Uiilf'ss (lie paid amount lie  paid to nir* on or hefore the-.'.'ltd <luy of No-  venilier nitxt I shall proceed, under and hy  virtue of lln> powers conTorred liy Section J  of the mineral Amendment Act, 1HIKJ, i-l-ihmiI-  inj." Sect ion II of Cap. in of tlie Stiitntesof  IS!I!I-       -,-��� PATIIIfIC Uonova.n.  Atlin, II. C, Anj-tistl'-llh, mill. An2l-:ini  >i> uriii-.i: ���nil-:n: ,lnn.\T on A'-knts :  o nniler-.it;iieil. W. U. Miteliell, and,  Ii1; A. Wise, part owners of the'aliovi;  mineral claim.- hereli.v -rivu notice to the  aliove-n'aineiUI.' Il.-.\iallalen and W. Holliiif;s-  ivortli or other rh'eir "A-renf or Agents*, that  v.-e do lit'i'eliy retincst i he said J. II. .Mallaleii  anil W. Ilnllin.u'sworth fo contrihule their  share of the assessinenf ivorli done on tho  said claim, viz.: Two yeiir.s'-H��.scssnieiit work  and .survey, from  ilay 22n<I, l.S!i|i,  iimoniitiiijr  to   the  s <ifS2."ill.    Unless the .said ainotiiit  he paid to lis on or hefore the 12th day of  .laintary ne.\t we shall proceed under and hy  virtue of the powers conferred hy Section-I  of the .Mineral Ameiiilnioiit Act, llltill, repeal-  iii'.**  Section   II   ol   Cap.  I*i of   tins  Statutes  of IMMI  W. ii. .\i'nc;ur,i.i,.   ,  !���'. A. Wish.  A tin,. |{.(.'.. Oct. ISt.lt. IIIDI.- su-T-.'Ini  ���.iivi-n   that  application  the  Legislative Assein-  l-lyol' tin; I'ruvii   of   British  Culitmhia at  its next si-s*.h>i] for an Act to incorporate a  company wilh power'to construct, ciiitip,  iiuiintaiii ami operate a line or lines of railway, of standard t;'ii 11*^1,-. from a point at or  ni'iir Ilazeltou, on the SUretia river, in tlie  District of Uassinr, hy the most feasilili: and  pruel icaiilo route "t n a point at or near the  iN'ort liern lioundary line of flu; Province of  Ui'itish Coluiiihiti, at or near 'i'esliu lake, or  A tiiii hike, or hot h. and aUo from said Un/.el-  toti liy the iiit.-jt i'eii*-0!ialilu and fea.sihlc  r.'nite to a point at or near the Kasteru  lifiiindnry line of the Province, via the  Skcetia, Iini-ine, Priitwood, Omiueea and  riulay rivers to the Peace River Pass, tliuuee  Iviriterlv to a point at or near the Kasteru  ljinmdary of'tlie Province: with authority,  nl--.o to construct, e.-piip, maintain and operate hrauches I'rom any point iu tiio proposed line or lines, not exceeding* in any one  e.ise i-.'iirty miles in length, and with power  to construct, acutiire. own and maintain  wharves and docks in connection therewith,  ami to const rue*, own. ei* nip and maintain  stepni and other vessels and hduts, and to  operate the same on any navij;ahle waters,  and to construct, operate and maintain  telegraph and telephone lines iilon^- tho  routes of said railway and its liraiiches, or  iu connection Ihereuitli, and to transmit  messages, for commercial purposes, and to  colleet tolls therefor: and to ncijiiire and receive from any (jovei'niiient. corporation or.  persons, ���rrants of land, rights of way,  money, lion uses, privileires or other assistance in aid ol' the construction of the Company's undertaking'and To connect wirli aurl-  to enter into traflie or other arranj^einent.s  with railway,steamboat orother companies,  ami for all rights, powers and privileges nee-  essiii'.v, usual or incidental to all or any of  the aforesaid purp-jses.  Dated this  21st day ol Oetohcr. A. I).. IM]  CoiiNWAU, & Koci*;u.s,  Solicitors for tlie Applicants,  noil-lif  I'"0 ]<  Ol*  Alaska,   Yukon   and  Northern   B.C.  I'UOM  Skagway to Atlin & Dawsoji  ' GO  TO  See HIRSCHFELD  Pacific Coast S.SXo.,  Pioneer Ahiskit Line.  APPLICATION FOR LAND.  "Anna   Maiiki."   and   ���- Vk.tiiiii a " .Miiu.-rnl  CllainiSi situate iihotit   ,",.'..j miles north of  "   Atlin.    ' ���    ,        '  'I'o' .1. S.   |.'i:i��(;list)N Hit ii'i;iii.;it   m.s AtiKST  V    on  AllKNTK :  "RTOriCK is herehy n*iven that Sixty days  after date hereof, we intend to apply to  rhe Chief Commissioner of Lands and \V jrks  for pernii.-,.sion to purchase lt>0 acres of laud,  more or less (for terminal and industrial  purposes), desci'ihed as follows: fn Cassiar,  .Atlin district. Province of Uritish Colninliia.  uoinmuneiiiii at a post aliout one third of ii  niile tiortli of Atlintoo river, on the laid*  shore, niarlceil " llrilish Vukon Navifration  Coniliaiiy's. Ltd.. initial and N. \V. corner  post." thence east 21) I'hains, thence south ',SO  chains, thenee. west 20 ehains to its iutersee-  t ion with lake shore, t ln-ncc- follnwiiiK* uIoiik*  the line of* lake shore to the point of commencement.  Pitted thisSecond day of November. I1KII.  'J'nr. ItitiTi.sn Yukon* Xavkiation Co.. Ltd  per P. !���'. ScMAiisi'iiMliiT, Sujit.,  nofl-St Afrent.  Safe, Fast, Punctual, Comfortable,  and Luxurious.  Courteous   Treatment,  Splendid  Meals.  HO It  B.C. and Puget Sound Ports  THE ELEGANT STEAMSHIPS  Leave Skagwav  CITY OF SKATTU2, "  Nov. 5th  CITY OF TOPKKA, ,,    7tli  Alternate  sailings  even* live clays  direct for Sound Ports.  Above   Schedule      subject     to  change \-vithout notice.  J. H. KELLY, Agent,  Skafiwiiy. Alaska  W.   WALLACE  GRIME  &  Co.,  MIMNG BROKI.RS & COMMISSION AGfNfS.  Third Street, Atlin li. C.  .1. II. Ilrouiilce, l>. I.. S., II. I. S.  If. C. Loivry, A. M. I. ('. I..  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  and Surveyors.  Pmaki. Stkhict,  Ati.in, IJ. C.  riolic speech, and was ably supported oil the same subject by  Messrs Fraser, Blackett, Woods aiid  Plunibe. With songs and recitations interspersed '-between the  speeche-; a most enjoyable evening  was spent. Hopes were expressed  that .'this was but a beginning to  man)' such entertainments during  the winter.  ���'  vou  WANT  rmat  ���COjN'CHRNING  MINES i MINING PROPERTY  In the Atlin District  WKITI-:   TO  A* G. Hirschfeld  Real   listate  and   Mining .Broker,  P. O. Box, 36, Atlin, B. C.  JUrOTICIU is herehy (riven that iipplieation  will he made to the Legislative As-  senihly of tho Province of Hritisli Coliiinliis  at its no.xt -session hy the Pacific Xorthern'A  Omiiicuii Kaihvuy Company for uu Act tu  ��mciid its Act of riieor|n��rntioii, being lit  Victoria. Chtipter 51). of tho Statutes of tha  said Priiviiic-L-. hy civiii? the Company power  to build a hruneli line from any point at or  near Ilazeltou on tho main lino of tho railway hy the most fensihlo and pra<-tieahh��  route, follmviii*.- the (reiieral dirpution of  Mulkley river tun point at or near its junction \iith the Telinui river, iu the Cassiiir  district, ami to anieiul .Section 11 of the said  Act hy iiici'easiii*.' the Ixmclin-r powers of tin;  said Conipaay.  Dated  at   Victoria!  Ii. (';���  thiv 21st day of  Oetohcr. Idfll.  ' C!(ins\i*Ai.rj A I{o(ikiik,  iiofMlt. fciolieitors for the Applieitnt.-i,  LAND ACT,   1901,  .TNJOTICI*' is lici-cby -xiven   that  Sixty, days '  afterdate I intetnl to apply to tho Chief  Commissionur of I.uitils and   Works for per; :  mission to pre-empt the  following descrihed  tract of laud in tlie Atlin Mining Division   of  Cnssinr, It. C, coiiinieiicius: at a post planted  at the S.IJ. corner of Let m,  K. J.  Hughes,  near the Atlintoo  Kivor, t hence 2!) chains 13.,  thence III chains   S.   to  the   Atlintoo   River,  thence along suid river 80 chains to the S.W. ���  corner   of   Lot   211,   thence  10 chains alooj;  south  hoitndtiry  of  Lot 2-14 to point of t-oin-  nienceinetit, containinjf  KiO acres   more   or  loss.   . E..]. HutiHES.  Atliu, H. 0. Outulur 'int't., iu M.  f  I  r-- .  f:':��- ATLIN,   B.C.. SATURDAY;  N'OVK-VIJBEJR,   T.6;   r-op-x  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Church  ol  I'hi^hiud:  St. Martin's Church, cor. Third nnd 'i'rain-  iii' streets'. Siiuilai s-'i'viccv. Matins at II a.  m., Kvriisoii-; 7:1111 p. ui. ('eh-hriiiiou of I Inly  Coiumiiuioii, 1st Siindny in eai'li iiiont Ii and  on Special o."ca*.ious. Suinln.i Selunil, Sunday at :i p. in. Committee Meetings. 1st  'riiursdny in eiich niiuitli.  IJi-v. I". L. Mi'iilieuson, Iteetor.  St. Auilrew'-. Pre-byterian Cliiirch hohl  service-, in the Cliureli on Sei-iitnl Street.  .Mul'ninjr service ut II eveninu -ci'viee 7:'.l!l  Sunday Scliool al t he Hum- of tin- nmrniuir  service. Kev. ���'. liusseil. .Miuislt-i*. I'i-im-  Rending Koom. to which all are udeiiinc.  FREE���One Hundred Dollars in  Prizes in Hie ncxl Sixty clays.  Conic early ai:d get your- choice.--  E.  I,. Pillma,: & Co.  A Grand Opening Dance will be  given at tlie Grand Jlolel on Friday evening ncxl, lo which a warm  welcome is extended lo all. For  those who don't dance, provision  for whist, cribbage, or what you  like, will be made.  Copies ol the new Placer Act of  1901, consoli-latcd with tlie Acts of  1S9S and 1899, for sale at the  Claim Oflice.  J. L. Wallace, of the Bank of  Commerce, left 011 Thursday for  Vancouver. Mr. Wallace oame to j  Atlin, in '99, with the pio-ie?;--. ���.-!'���  this branch, and this v.'il 1��: hi-..  first holiday. His many frieuds '  wisli him success, and, if he returns  lo'Atlin, he will he welcomed back.  For lounges and mattresses, go  to J. D. Durie, next to Kirkland  Hotel, Atlin.  Mrs. J. F. ' Ward met with a  rather painful "accident on Friday  last, which will confine her to the  house for a week' or two. She was  out rabbit hunting with Mr.' Ward  when her .22-rifle -.vent off, the ball  passing clean through her foot.  Fortunately no bones were broken,  and the wound is healing as well  as could be expected.  There is more solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon .Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  E. M. N. Woods, S. M., received  a welcome telegram last Saturday  evening from the Attorney-General,  notifying him that his leave of absence applied Tor had been granted.  Mr. Woods left for his Lome in  New Westminster on Thursday.  He will return with Mrs, Woods as  soon as the winter trail is open.  We learn that Mrs. Woods prefers  our winter climate lo that ofthe  coast: and is anxious lo get back lo  Atlin. Mr. Woods has made arrangements to have a line house  built on the lot opposite the Church  of England, to be ready for occupancy when he rclur.-.s in January.  night, the following gentlemen met  at the K'ootenay Hotel to drink to  the health and happiness iu wedded  life oi" its previous owner, Jack  Byrom, advice of whose marriage  recently reached Atlin: Messrs. Dr.  Young, ; Brownlee, Burdett, Dockrill, Pilling, Woods, Mitchell and  Hayes. If the expressions for the  prosperity of Mr. Byrom and his  bride are to be effective, there  would be none but a golden sky  above them through life.  Placer   Act,   1901,   consolidated,  for sale at this office.  " It's an ill wind lhal blows nobody good." So say Ihe school  children, who have had a glorious  week's coasting. There has been  no school, owing to Miss Hughes'  rather serious indisposition. Wc  are pleased to learn lhal through  the doctor's tender [care Miss  Hughes hopes lo be able to open  school 011 Monday next.  Furnished rooms 10   rent���apply  Hotel Northern.  "G.  B.','  chocolates   at   Dockrill  & Bourne's.  R. W. Gibbs, who is in charge of  the development work on the La-  ' \\";''!iere o-ppi.'r properly lor Mr.  C't'iik".-. ���-!' Putt-1, Montana, po.id  U'< a \ i'c'.i > -.���������-tc-r-.lay. lie re polls  having gone through a solid body  ol" clean ore 40 feet wide. - As the  work will likely be. carried en all  winter, the men have built themselves a .good'cabin and a blacksmith's .shop. Mr. Gibbs will take  back a stock of supplies, sufficient  to last until after the freeze-up.  1    . ��� * *;       < .  Just  received���A full   and   com-  -.. i  plete line of holiday goocls.���E.  L.  Pillman &'Co." .       " ' ['      "';  Dr. Young and party have gone  out on a hunting trip to.the south  end ol the lake.  mings  LADIES and GENT'S FURNISHINGS    "  The  Largest  Stock and Lowest- ��� Prices in the  Camp.  Boots and Shoes.  *  STOCK   OF '"GOLD   SEAL"   RUBBER   BOOTS.  The Latest Styles in Hats.  OUR   PRICES   ARE   BARGAINS.  Atlin   and    Discovery,   B. C,   and   White   Horse,  Yukon.  UOUIS     SOHULZ,  Successor 'to '  P.  Barbs & Co.,  Wholsale and Retail Butcher.  VENDOME *. HOTEL.  (-, T~: ���."���'?',������?,..������',.��� ",���':���.���"' '",:'.".' "...'"���'" " ���""  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  FREE BOWLING ALLEY.  ftotel Russell  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  :  ..'" Pool and M'ards free,  . ' First Class  Restaurant,  Board by the day,  week or month,  at Popular Prices.  JOS.   CHAPMAN,   Chef.  While passing the Junction, stop  and have your dog-team' photographed by Muirhead Bros.  Bob Dixon notified those who  were present at the .Smoker, last  Saturday evening, that he wished it  to be known his hall was for the  use of the public, free of charge, for  all kinds of public or private gatherings,���Good boy, Bob.  Tlacer  Act,   1901,   consolidated,  for sale at this office.  ixon & Burton,   Pro^s*  TI1C RO-YAL-IIOTEL,  '.-'���,.     V. ���=-���   ROSSEULI *|lVlanagir.,- ' :,.'  " ���'Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C."   -"���  This   New   and   Commodious   Hoteb-was opened to the Public, April  16th,  1901.���Everything in it is New.���Strictly First Class.  CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASE.GOODS A SPECIALTY.  Blue -Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure* it is sold in nil the stores in  Atlin.  A pastoral play, entitled "The  Old   Orchard,"    written   bv   Miss  Following on the line of last Saturday's Smoker, a debate will be  held in the Atlin Rntertaiiiiuent  Hall, with Rev. Mr. Russell in the  chair. Owing to the absence of  Mr. K. M. Woods, one ofthe prime  movers on the subject proposed at  last meeting, that debate is not  likely lo be discussed, but we are  authorized to state that a surprise  will be sprung, and that there will  lie barrels of fun. Come and bring  your pipe, the evening will surely  be an enjoyable one.  Fish,  C. DOELEER,  .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND. t .    .  Oame   in   season and   home    made   Sausage.  NoRTiii'.RN Hotui. Building, First Strkkt.  G. 1C. Hayek.  .1. Cr. CoiiM'-.i.r,.  xm  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT,  FIRST-CLASS RESTAU RANT  IN  CONNECTION.  Ilcudqimi-ters for Hulmcr & Purrolb's stune.  THE   IRVING   HOTEL,  1 Pine City, B.C.  Has the Best Equipped Bar.  'i'lie McDonald   Entoi-tniiiini'iit  Hull in Con-  t.   l-iectlou.  A. K��� McDonald, Prop.  Thermal ��� Vapour  .    Vr. BATHS!\'  Troy Laundry & Bath House  l.ulto St., bet. Kant mill Wntson Ave.  Coffin. Prop.  W. G. PAKTON,  NOTARY* PUHMC.  OFFICE:--Peni-1 Strcot, opp. Post Office. ~  All Kinds   of Mining Papers  Made   Out.  ���Several year," practical experience.   ,���   . .     To Whom it   May   Conckkn :  Merington,   well   known in Atlin,   Knou.  aU  meil. by these presents,  made its first public appearance at  Hartford, Conn., on Monday evening last, which, if on a par with  others of her now famous plays, is  sure to meet with a big success.  Avoid al! aches and pains by taking a Thermal bath at the Troy  Laundry. ,  After the Smoker  last   Saturdav  that We, Tin.; Atum Claim-Publishing'--Co., have now on hand a  full and complete stock of Commercial Stationery and that we are  prepared to execute all orders with  neatness and despatch.  Gel your IVicuds to subscribe for  "The Atlin Telegraphic lUillctin,"  ���twice a week.  IRKLAND HOTEL  PINE TREE HOTEL.  ;      DISCOVERY, B. C.,  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  Kd. Sands, Proprietor.  1  FIRST  STRKUT,   ATI.IN.       I  J. KIRKLAND, - Managkr.  First-class dining room  And Elegant .Sleeping Rooms.  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  K. LINK Prop.  Now occupy tliisii' nuw  (in arte rs next '  to (lio Hunk ol' IL N. A., First Street.  .  Tin-, buth roomuurn cuually as tioocl as found  In cities.   Private liiitmni'p for Indies.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  BKST   LIQUORS   A   CIGARS  Goon  Accommodation. ��� Hkstauhant  in  Connection.  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Good ''Stiilillii-; for Hoi'bb.s mid Do-fn.  TULES EGGERT & SON,  Swiss Watciimakkrs,  AikI  nmnufucturini; jewellers.  All kinds of utiKKOtwork executed with  ncutness and diupiitcli.  "Hirst  k.t.   next  to Ynnnniiver Geiif-rnl St-ori  ��  ���I?  1  4i|  ��� M  ir^mmumxiu

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