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 VZ^^Ti^h^^^sS^^im^S^t^^ssimsKa atfe--a*'J^-*^S-*^*��^  lf     '.   ,  "    "'   & ."  ��� :/#vi  -^W- ���-    . . iii- i  IE  id  -,-".;  f  _. 'i'  -'   '   -i"  ' ' ; "VOL.   7.  ---ATLIN, 13. C,-SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER   15. 190:  XO.i i-.|.  BOUNDARY { -.  MONUMENTS.  Soavirhm'jf   New     lo    Talk  About.'  Mi*. Xi'ehlo'Onmci'on I-ropoinds a  Now Theory for tho Bou'.i-  tf.ivy Dispute Discussion.  Tlie   following,   taken   fiom  tln^*  Co tst papeis, will be of   mieie.se to  those who have uuen   the Alaskan  (boundary dispute any attention :  Victoria,   B. C,   Oct.   30th.-^  ' Mr. Archibald Cameron, Road  Superintendanf, who  is down fiom  ' tlie Porcupine, says that tlie line  oi bound iry monuments alleged to  to have bee:; discovered nnd stated  to be the demarcation of the  Alaskan boundaiv, are   the   ruins  .of some   huts   b'lilt by the Indians  ���of the Intel lor, where thej met  those of the 'Coast on a -neutral  ground, about   6S , miles from tide-  Av.i'-er, a'1 1 about ten mile-,  bejond  .*��� 11  tfie limber line. ,      " *  IIj d'-.cri,)25   the   ongin  ot tlie  liulSjas,follows :      ' ^ ~ \.\ '">-  . The>Ilidians* onr'.thenGtidk and  those-of the Interior were witLv.jci.)  jealous of each other; in fact,'were  hereditary "foes, and it wasonh  after generations of bitter feud that  an armed --truce was, estlblisheB  betwee.i them, Belore the arrangement ol this aboiiginal modus vi-,  vendi, the Interiot or Stick Indians, weie not allowed to hunt or  trap on the-Pacific sljpe, the Coast  Indiins holding all the., teriito,}  which lies between Uie sea and the  mountains ���, as their particular reserve.  When the Russians established  trading posts oh the coast of vllas-  ki, the Chilkcits'sent"envoj?to the  Sticks, and -proposed .peace terms,  so that theii furs could'be obtained:  A-truce was mide whereby the  Sticks were allowed to come acrois  the divide, la leii with' futs, to a  cer'ain point, uheie the Chilkats  met them with a stock of*..goods  from the storehouses of tlie Russians, and there at stated times of  the year a great Indian fair was  held. The meeting place was outside of the timber line, and as no  wood was available, the Indians  built stone huts of the most primitive co lstr.ictton, mere piles of  stones, without moiUir, tlie intei-  stices being filled with moss, and  these were used iu common, yeai  after \ ear, bv the traders. These  were the ao-callul motutuieut-s.  The First Stage.  The winter service on the Yukon is now in full swing. The  ar.t stage for the wintei kit White-  boxse-on runnau  0:1   the  .ltli iust.  Tlie fieeze-up came so suddenly  that it w*as��� found uiiiiea-ssaiy to  make use^ of the wagons. The  stage 'took the regular quota of  mail J*    '. '  and it was his intention to Fta'rt  work as early as possible in the  spring. Fifty men from this c*il>  will be taken 1101 th in the spring  to uoik the claim, and this Toice  tna\ be incieascil before the season is  o\ci.  .VI.NCIC.  Vancouvkk Pko-  j  A Good Record ���*,  The stage which leffWhitehoise  jin Tuesday, 4th, inst, ^artived* 111  Daw son 011 Suuda\. gtli, inst, making a remarkably quick'tiip foi 1 he  fust of tlie season, demonstiiitii'^  bcCoad a doubt that the White  Pass lias solved' the pioMcm ol On his" return ^16 Vancouver,"  transportation between the closing J-idge Hendei--on says of Atlin  of navigation.'and the ftec/f-up. "Theie was onlj one criminal  KoiHlie fust time in the histoij of t*a-e, the ace 11-ed being con\ icteel  the ,Yukon ^ will the" people ,0! of house-b eaki *g, 'and sentenced  Dawson'leceive amail in less than ! 10 nine mouths' lniorlsonment  one week from the close of na\i- -Ifoi a mi'.iug town. Atlin is a most  o*alioi..**     ' '        ' ' ���" ,!oideil\ 'ilice,   cr;me_ being almosi  The quickness of the trip, in less  unknown."  than'six days, is especially notable  when it is'considered , that,,il   was  made ove: a,new road. , -    ���  PACIFIC CABLE  \ 1  COMPLETED.  m-  The first mail by earner" in*o  Atlin ailived*, last Satuidaj afternoon, consisting of a few sacks s of  local mail. The iirst -.regnhu mail  came i;: on Wednesday -evening  and was brought in by Abe\ and  Mclntire. 'They -made a \ er j  quick trip, considering -the co-'di-  11011 of the'trail They left Lo��  Cabin at 6 a'.m^Tuesdav morning.-  -   ^a,, .  .     ���** ���* '-   -' -   ���  A Popular"Hostelry.,  The, tFifth Avenue Hotel, ii*.  Skagway, ��ver abreast of the times,  Ii.i-s j'i it installed a niodeni steam  heating plant, - The new plain  was put 111 last .week ,-ai.d it works  to perfection.'   This  new impro\c-  mejit in ike'-* of   tlie   Fifth   Avenue  ���- *��� , '  hotei an   up   to   date_,hostelr\   in  e\ei\'rcs>-iecl, ai'd 'one  seeord   to  L- ���? *.  1101 e iu the Noitlu  "DANGEROUS : WORK. 7  Mail-.Carriers'. Duties ,Not a  Picnic.  Some    of    the   Experiences    En  1 , . Route ��� A Lost Mail and an  ley Bath.  A leceut Dawson despatch reports the. loss " of < 500 pounds of  mail and the narrow ' escape from  drowning- of the carrier ��� ���" Mail  Cariier Eli Verreau left here on  Tuesday morning, "sSth ulto, with  500 pounds of lower river mail,  with a Peterboro canoe. He was  caught in an ice jam six miles be*:  low the ' mouth of' Foitymile;  his canoe was crushed and all the  mail lost. Verreau mrrov-lj* escaped with his life.  Atlin Man in Vancouver.  In an interview with a Province  representative. Mr. W. M. Biook,  Vice-President and General Manager of the Consolidated Spruce  Creek Placers, Ltd., stated thai although placer mining in the Atlin  district would be active for some  }earstocome, he thought theie  was a great future before Atlin as a  field lor li3*draulic mining. The  company he represented inteud-d  installing a lirge hydraulic i/l-nt  early next spring. In addition to  this they wotjld require a uri,e  force of men to   work   the   claim,  TOTAL LOSS.  Skagway Has -a   Disastrous  .' Fire.  The Blshopriek Saw Mill Burned  to tha Ground ��� A Land-  ���mark Gone-  The Ei-shopiick Lumber, Company's mill, was burned to the  ground on Wednesday of last week."  Little of the lumber iu the yard  was damaged but none of the machinery can be utilized.  The mill .was' owned by the  Moore Townsite people and-was  under lease to Stanley Bishoprick.  It was one of Skagway's landmarks  and was built iu the early days of  the city, and cost, it is said,, <Sio,-  000. There was no insurance on  the plant or stock. It will not be  rebuilt.  J. IL Biownlee and his sou,  Archie, left for the Coast on Saturday last, an-cl wHl spend the winter  at their home in Seattle. Mr.  Brownlee is more enthusiastic than  everovei Atlin and the piospects  of the district. As Geneial Mana-  ���>ei of the Otter Creek Ilsdiaulvc  Co., Ltd, heiseure to do some  good missionary work for the  camp, aid will -undoubtedly meet  with the succes-s that tiro company's pioyc'ly warrants He wiJI  piolwbly go as far'East as New  Vol': lofore lelumii.g to Atlin in  iMaicIi ne:.t  Greater     Britain's      Ekctric  ���1 * r  ' ~ ' Circuit.  The  Last   Splice   In   The   Faeifie  . ���    ' 1  '   Cable Was Made on Getoter  1 30th.     z. '<  Tlie last  section  of the   Jhitrsh  Imperial' Pa-cific 'cable  \sfis laid'at  the Fiji Islaiids on Thursdav, 30th  ulto,  the   spiice   l)euig made  ap-  pioximatelv at 7 p.m.  Pacific time '  A   couurdtul-itoi v   cable   message  was sent to the Kiiig  at   Buckingham'Palace on   the   follow ing day, -.'  being the   fir-st   message  sent over-  the line   which   -links   tlie Butish  Empire togethei.    Vuncotner  ar,'L  Victoria   ;u.d" othei   dtiocily   and.  vitallv'interested   cities touched bv  i. -  the new ncne ol Empire appro-  priateh celebrated the gieat event.  The,new cable is still, 111 the  hands of the contractors and it is;  expected that,it will he accepted'  aiid taken ovei by tlie Uoveinment  about Decembei ist,'at which tune  lt-wili bi avjula'ble' tor public use  'Tfie   White Moose.  The White Moos'a pioperl\, om.  Taku Arm lias been acquired by a,  sj ndicate of local men. A foice  o-fmen, tinder Robeit Gibbs, is  going over t�� the property next  week, taking a complete outfit of  supplies and tools, when the work  of opening up the property will be  resumed We congiatulate ' the  ���new owners on their acquisition  of this, valuable' group, and ha\e  reason to believe that tise -fa-rowible  opinion which we have ever held of  the White Moose will be amply  justified. ,  ��� It'is the present intention of the  sxndicat-e to form a company about  the first of the year,-when an opportunity -will be offered to the  people of the district lo become  shareholdeisin thi-s valuable property. It is very probable that the  White Moose will lie a big shipper  when navigation opens.  Signs of Prosperity.  As a pretty good sign of business  prosperity in Di-covery, two of the  pioiuii.et.t -merchants of that town  left on the last boat : D. G. Stewart  left for hi-s Louie at Kirkcowan,  Wigtonshife, Scotland. He wild  return next ApiiL G. A. Kerr  goes to his home 111 Maine. It  should also be said that Miss McDonald, of Disco\ ei >, left recently  for a holiday trip to the Coast  ���' ** !*���  L>1  '   '-?  r 1  f  1   .Ml  1 *" \ I  <       > '     'IJ  -  s  I J   -  ATLIN,    V..   C,    SATURDAY,    NOVEMBER    .15,' 1902  f  !  j, if '  H  \\  H\  I 1  The. Atlin Claim.  I'iiIiIi-IiimI    |.>itj     "s.itiudMV   11.01 iiin-j - l>\  '1 '.<R ATI.IN   Ol,\IM    I'l'IIM-lllNO C'O.  A. C. Ilui.si;iir,r.i.n, I'miuii  (Jtlicc of uMlilifiuiiMi I'imu I ,s ., Atlin, li:0.  .AiImtiUiii,-;   Kitli-. :    >l.ui   per  nii'ji, f(*.uli  iusi-.-i linn.    ICiutlin^ i.oljL'fs, Jri   1 i-nti .*. line.  t-i|i< ciul (.'(ml I'Ui I   ICuti", imi iipiilii'tiliuii. ''  '1 ho hill,hcnptkim ],ii((j i*.  .-."�� u jour   p.t>-  rtliln In mlwui.'o.     No piper will Iii-1 (Iflivoi'ccl  11111'-ii-. this i-uiuliltoti i-s cum plied with.  Saturday,    Novrmhicr  15,   1902.  It must be a matter of extreme  gratification to the citizens of the  United Stales' that the great coal  ^strike has at last come to an end  and that the strikeis have, almost  to a man, returned to work. - With  .strikes���other than a gold strike���  either in' theory or practice, we  have absolutely no use nor sympathy. We" have never .seen an instance yet iu which strikers can Ik-  said to have derhed or secured  lasting benefits, when the loss sustained during a strike is taken into consideration. In these days it  seems Lo us that strikes are urged  simply by unpiirciplcd and self-  nominated ktboi* leaders, and art  but ver.v rarely th*e outcome of un-  aniinou., feeling or consent of the  laborers themselves.  We have had our experience o'  Unions and of Unionism. Our  sympathies are fully in,accord with  the primary objects, biotheihood  and protection, .but alas, these fundamental .principles t^o ol.en- arc-  forgotten in the war that is cvei  waged between Labor and Capital.  Common-sense and equity become-  sub'-ervient to the socialistic view.-  of too many ot the labor leaders,  and in that the tr ne intent of unionism is, metaphorically speaking,  dead and .bnned, and the nam  among the people is svnoin 1110 u-  with STRIKE.  With, The White Pass  way   Company.  Greatly  Increased  Traffic  Points on  the  Road ���  Shipments From Atlin  Ahead    of   Last Year.  Raft-  to all  - Gold  Away  very heavy, and between .\,'a\ rst  and August 1st almost '150 pei cent  has been the increase over' igor.  The .shipments for ���, the months of  September .and ^October wc-*re  heavier than for any .other siiuihu  periods, therefore llnj percentage of  gain will be larger than stated.  These shipments have, been a relief to the,miner. They have, to  a very gieat extent   displaced  can  ned meats and othei cheap foi'msof  diet, which havc,',lnlh,ei to been,  used. ' The iuciease in these shipments o\cr*the White Pass 6c Yukon road has,,in no Miiar,1 manner,  contributed to the -suice-'-cs 01 il.e  vear. ��� ,  ' .Pine slock .01" the newcst.'defigiis-  of Christinas :ii,d'New Year's cuds  at IC. L. Pillman & Co.   . ,  In speaking ot me Pennsylvania  strike,'we ().uotc  from   one of "out  valued exchanges :���"The arbitral  tion committee will meet at various  places   as  may   suit  the ccurxjui  convenience,   take   testimony^   ol  coal miners and coil mine owners,  and after due  consideration   of the  evidence so presented  will prepare  a report to bi*.submitted  to   President Roosevelt.    .    .    It   is   now  tlie interest of  all���miners". owners  and the   general   public���that tlie  arbitration shall  be a'success,   ai'd  it will  probably  |>=  such, brought  about by .some concessions  by and  from both owners ai.d  employees.  The outcome is the beat thai under  the circumstances could be  looked  for, and if the   professional   agi a-  tors and   mischief  makers   can be  ignored,   the   final   result  can  be  In an interview had with J.  Francis Lee, Traffic Manager of  tiic W. P. & V. Ky., in Seattle he  is reported to-have said: "The  slimmer season which the road has  just closed has been the most successful in its history. The volume  of freight handled has beer, greater  than in any other*.year and the outlook for the future' "was never  brighter.  " The vplume of freight moved  by the White Pass Road shows an  immense increase this year. As'  yet a statement has not been made  up, and theiefore I' am unable to  give you figures.       -'   -  "One of the most' remarkable  facts in the'business of' 1902 is the  .vonderful increase in the^ tonnage  carried by. the railway, notwithstanding the ' fierce competition  iheie has been by the St. Michaels  ���<oute. At "the first "of the  'present year, i:i -some quarters, it  .vas anticipated" there would" be  \*ery little freight go in by Skag-  ���vay.and the White Pass read, but?  much to the surprise of this class,  the freight traffic ,of the 'road this  vear is from 6000 to 10,000 Ltons  greater than it was last year/which  was ihe heaviest to that time. ' In  ficl, the tonnage carried by the  road for the first two weeks in  October was-larger than for any of  the months of the previous years.  The freight charges on these shipments have beentakcu up promptly  at Dawson, showing that the market conditions of the Klondike are  the be.st.  " In this connection it  might be  Stated that  there   have   been' immense shipments  of machinery cr-  defred that were intended to be, but  were not, moved  in   1902,   for the  reason  that     the     manufacturers  could 'not   supply     the   demand.  Therefore, next  year,   and for the  next three or   four years, the shipments will  be .increased  very materially.    There   is no better   evidence of the   permanence   of  the  Klondike  than iu the employment  of labor, that   h,   at   the   present  time;    the   heavy    movement    of  freight and   the   large   machinery  orders that are pending.  "The   White   Pass   &   Yukon  road this   year   carried   out   from  Atlin,  Nugget and ^rssgse  Rswets  And All Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured on the Pmr.ises.  ffltf    Why send out when you can get goods us cheap heie?  Watches Front $5 up.   Fine Lincoi S&uvessir Spoons.  ��� JULES EGiiERT 8 SON, -The Swiss .Wafchrcakers.  THE  WHITE    PASS  ROUTE.  ft.  <i  "YUKON  ,��� -Pussenger'and Express .Service, Daily (.except Sunday),'between  Skagway. Log Cabin., Ueunilt, Caribou, White Horse and Intermediate  points, making close cciinccti.ins with otn own sieameis at While Horse  tor Dawson and Yukon points, and at Caribou lor Atlin 'cyci'y Tuesday  and Piid.iy; Returning, leave .-Ulin eveuy Monday and Tbui'-chiy.  Telegraph Sei vice to Skagw:i>.'   uxpress   in ittci   will   be received  for shipment to and h*< m all points iu Canada and the United State--;.  Eor infonnation relative to Passengci/Pieiybl, Telegiaj h nr'J-Ni'iess ���'  Rates'ap:>ly to any Agent o!,tlie Conv, any or to *  J.  F.  Livic  Traffic Manager, Skagway.  ,  J. Lipsccmbk. Local Agent.' Atlin, H. C.  ���O-#C^*C'*O#O*O*O*C-0O*O*O,frO*'��O-OO,>C,'ftO*O*O*Oi>O*O*C,*,>>*C,-��^  I T HE" K O O" T E N A V   H O-T E L, ,,;  '       George E. Hayes, Proprietor  'COH."   PlU.ST   AND   Tl-SAINOK   -'1 UKKTS.  This First Class Hotel 1ms Ijcun i-i inoilclpil and ' ufiii ��� :-!.is! 1 liri-,u<!iont  ' mid offers tlip best uceon* modal ion to*'I riuTsipnt or [',-i'i'.,��i.i!iii  f, ���"   "(.- liui'Sts.���Aiiioririin und l.iiropenn plan. -  Finest Wissesj, Liquors aizzU Gsgsrs:��  Billiards \ and Pool. ''    ^  0OOOO'^O^O^O,frO'^O^O^O,^O^OO-^O*-ftO,^Ci'*O,*C'-*C,,*O'1>Cl^,O*C,,^O'*O��5^<^*  THE   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By ^the Day, Week or Month.  The Best of Liquors and Cigars always in  Stock. ��� Pipe stable in coii  ,   ,       . neetion with the Ilouse.*  amkrtcan,' and  EUROPEAN  ���  o. w.  PLAN.    l  Johsrtcn. Maiia��er��  Fish,  C. DOELKER,  FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND. . .    .  Game   in   season ands home   made   Sausage.  Pikst Stkicict-,    A,tlin.  IOTEL  1-INEvST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   EIRHT-CLASS MANNER.  French  Rcstavrant in   Connection.1  A. R. McDonald,   Proprietor.  Corner of First and Discovery .Streets.  crcisc of common ��'-?nse.  tiiat the industrial  disagreement of  1902 may merely pass  into history | **)aws011   more   lliau    double    the  as a great strike settled  by the ex-|''imouilt of gold dust  than it did iu  1901.- About $12,000,000 ; has  been handled by the road, besides  which there was between $3,000,-  000 and $4,000,000 handled by the  lower river routes. ' From the Atlin district the road has handled,  in    gold   shipments,   about   three  We regret to learn that the supposed "conflict between placer  miners and hydraulic leaseholders"  should have necessitated the .sending of  a   "champion   of  miners'  rights" to  Victoria, but we   well!times the   amount that   it   basin  know, that that conflict  exists only (any former year  iu the   ponderous   brains   of such  champions  and  does  not  exist in  lOilitv.  vor  Call and get Prices at  " The movement of live stock  has been a remarkable feature this  year.    The shipments   have   been  1  p. '  ill i -vyi-ji&js-ftS-^^  ""t " -Try* l-fil-rfiii-w-frw-tiirnui-M  -   '. ���f-*  , 5  1  f  '    <���:  'i -,.. ''*s'  ATLIN, E. C.'. SATURDAY, NOVEMTttSR 15,. 1503  can   give ^ou   as Good Value for your CASH as  -^any House m Town.   -  us   v&iih Jt .&nss, &e&.  Groceries^ JProvisiorsSs, etc  (Viaut   PovvTler   nn'liaiul.  ���  ' . s  //i./fi'aier.^m  B)f  "t fi sa  mmi���mmi-  For the Timar !���-1 ��� Come to  Protect ,the Miners' Rights'  ABOUT A "MILLION:  Atlin's Champion, en Ron to South,  ��� 'Iear tho 'Trumpets .Blow  and Seo the Traitors Quake.  This-Figure Quoted   by W.  . J. Robinson,  Two weeks 'ago Mr."' C. \V.>  Saw-ei-V one of Atlin's Alton.cys  left lieic lor his hoiiie in,Vancrn-  vei. It was known that lie had  aimed himself with yard long petitions fiom niinert> authorizing  him to' uphold   tlic-ii   interests  be-  1       ; l  fore that august assembly���-"the  British Columbia Cover ninent.  His den.11 tine was not marked b\  ���jiny unusual, demonslialion, but  the echo ol" his* exit comes Irom  ���Skag.vay, where,' undoubtedly,  lie was waylaicfby the press lepre-  hiiitaii-.es ot that city by Uic sea.  The Dail\ Alaskan "speeds ^the  parting' gues; " with the following  ��� "Among the ai rivals fiom Atlin  yesterda*,, was C. \V. Sawcis, the  lawyer, who goes south as the accredited representative of tlie Atlin  mine owner-.. He uiU appeal be-  - fore the Mini.stei of-Mines and the  Government as a whole, to protect  the nuetcst-; of the individual, mine  ��vuieis. Tiiere has'bee,1 more 01  leis conflict between these and the  hjdrawlic people. v    -  " Mr. Sawyers lepicsented A. A.*  Johnson iu the litigation .that re-  snP.ed horn bis, arrest on a capias  recently."  As   the' Gold     Output     Tor   This  Season   ��� - Ke   is ' Satisfied  r ' ���*.  .With  tho Prospects.  YUKON POLITICS.  "Tha   Usual   Am-unt of Bad Blood  iili-cs^   its   lilotahes   In the  -    Yukon Newspapers.  The fust election foi a Dominion  rz )ie*.i!itative is causing no end ol  - a stir throughout oui neighboring  territory���the  Yukon.    The rival  "- factions are evidently going to  make ;i hot fight of it. The cor-  te-.tinls, ex-Governor Ross, lor the  1- -      ���*  Government: and Joe" Clarke���at  one tune iu the real estate business  in Ailm���for the ojpjsition, have  'each got their press backers, but  from what we ha\e seen of  the effusions of the opposition we  cannot altogether commend tluir  tactics. The Dawson Nugget, the  nuatlipiece of ex-Oo-.ernor  Ross,  s'n ys:  "The miners of the  district are  lapidly awakening   to the fact that  - that they have im^oitant interests  lo be   protected  and safe-guarded  , in th; coming election. They  know that Clarke would prove an  unfaithful servant avd therefore  they are turning with almost one  accord to Mr. Ross, in whom they  iccognise a true friend and a man  able to carry out his pledges and  devoted to tlie interests of his constituents."  > >  W. J. Robinson, of the fiim ol  Benj. C. Warnick ���& Co.,. brokers  of Philadelphia,' who, spent seyc-  raj weeks here this season iu company with O. T. vSwiizei, ("cneial  Manager of the Hritish-Amciican  Diedging Co.," gave a most glowing account of, Atliu and it�� pio-  spectsHo the Seattle  pie-s.  'In the  Seattle P. I. of   the   29th   ulio.lic  *���.  says: , '  " I am fully impressed with the  worth of,the Atliu district. The  output for the season has been between $750,000 and $t,000,000 ard  that next'\ cat    it "will   be   much  "it  gieater, owing to the improved  methods of mining These figiiics  oftlic output I know to be oflicial.'  "There has been a large amount  of work done 11: lhe( district duiinc  the past year and 'a veiy large  amount of money has been ex  pendecVon the different propei tie<-.  One cif the missionsr thaYuow call  me to the East i*> to get a'suppl*  of mining niachiueiy. This I wil  piiichase in the East- thi-, \\i..te  and ship out.heie so that it can b  s-^nt lo A'tlin iu'the spring.  ��� "Thcie 'is'  a   large   amount,��  American capital  in- the   district,  as well as English.' Some, of the--  companies   have    an    almost   unlimited  ,(1111011111' of   money      am  ha\e spent it   with   a   free   hand  Now they   aie   just   beginning  tc  gel   a   little   of it back.    All tha  country is of woith, and when th-  machinery   that   has  been orderer  this season is installed "next spring  the output of this  year will be pi.  to sliame."  ie 'Canadian' Bank ��� of Commerce. *  is  ,' s '    CAPITAL    PAID    LP    S-S,000,000. (  ^ranches of-the Bunk at Seattle,  San l'"raneiseo, - ���  t      Portland.  ' ' ". Skajsway, etc.  ' Exchanges nold oss all Pminf��?��  ���<��� ���  .G01.0 Dusr Pi-kch-vskii���As.sav Oi'i'i'ci; in Co.v>.i-.ctkin.  S.   ML'N'RO, Manager.  Dredging on the Stewart.  Among the heavy shipments o  machinery which went into the,  Dawson country this summer wa-"  a big dredge for operation on the  Stewart river. The dredge w'a-  b lilt at Whitehorse during tlu  summer and was towed down the  Yukon and up the Stewart Jto thc-  tnouth ot Lake, creek. It is of tlu  continuous bucket stjle and is o;  a hull 82 feet x 25 and 5 feel deep  ILhas a capacity of ��ooo cubic-  yards per 'day. ��� Ex-Governor  Ogilvie i.s iu charge of tlie- plant.  The ground 011 which the dredge  is to operate has long been known  to carry good values. Miners are  said to have rocked out grubstakes  in gold at the rate of $5 to $zo a  day, and the general belief is that  the gravels will yield a splendid  profit with a dredge.  YtlE-"-ROYAL HOTEL,  E.  ROSSELLI',   Proprietor.  Corner PearL'ancl First Streets,,Atlin, B. C.  'FIRST 'CLASS " RESTAURANT   IN   COW W ACTION.  CHOitESI WIMFS, IIQUORS AND ClOAlis' CAhL fOOi/fc A Si'LCIALlV. c  -    ' ir ^()L  w \.\T,      ( '  r 1 ' ' '  ' Inforrn^t'Son  .j   , , -CO.NCl KMN'C v  MINES & MIN1.NG PROPERTY'  '    Iii the Atlin District  . WUI'I I.   'K) '  A. G. Hirschfetd  Real   JCstate   and   .Mining   Pioker.-  i        i  . ' Wholesale   and' " Retail    Butcher  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIF,   B.    C. . '  7' '"-.,',-<js  - ~-p  TP  &  pioneer nmty:^ e^^.-....  Srj.CIAI.TIK.SV IX  '      - FANCY   CAKES��� &   PASTRY."  .  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc.  -   ' Ciias-  Mvkr, 1'ioprietoi.  Good Kootn<* t<i Rout���Hi tlio Uiii, AVceU or Mantli at n->HhOn,ilil�� luti'-..  v' m  tShelf and Heavy Hardware,  Men's llt'l-f Sole* anil Shot' >aili    Jli-Jirj  Diiton <X. Sou's Suws. W��n<lo��s, Doors  '        ^        ' Glass'suid I'liitpj, ct(., utv.  "���     BOOM BANG���BOOM!-���Dynamite,   Caps  and   Fuse.  Full Line of Winchester���Black & tmokeless���Rifle & Shotgun  ��� .   , Cartridges. ^  doods   Uoii<)ltt   Sold   o'i<l   r<clini!(j":i.  *->     -   �����  inins:  w  ��  HYDRAULIC   GIANTS,    WATER   OATJCS,  ANGLIC    STKFvL    RIFFLES    &  .      HYDRAULIC    RIYKTHn    FIPIu  *  Iistiiuates i'uft i'-hed 011 application  The Vancouver Engineering Works,  Vancouver, li. C.  A. C. Hirschfeld, A^ent, Atlin, B. G  DISCOVERY, Ii. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling  Kn. Sand1-, IVmniotor.  O* XT      BATHS  o   IV ��.BARBER SHOP  G II. 1'ORD '     Prop.  Now occupj .tlifir now qnartoi-b next  to tho Hunk of B. N. A.. Kii"*t Strnot.  The liutlirooms nrr oiiunlly b* Rooil n8 foliml  in cities.   I'riintp r.iitiaix'f f"f Indies.  (i. \'.. II.�� vr.rt  S. CJ. CJo-KMr r,7-  Discovery,  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT,  FIRST-CLASS RESTAUR A NT  IX  CONNISCTIOX.  llcnclQiini tors  for  llro-'iU ���= �� . .'1 ''  ATLIN,   15.-,C.",    SATURDAY, ' NOVEMBER"    15.  u)02.  PICKED UP HERE AMD THERE.  Church,ol  Enyi.md:  St. Martiii's (Jlnu-ch, cor. Third :-inl Trainor streets. Sunday s-prvicrs, Mutins at 11 u.  ni., Lvoiisohh: 7:S0 p. in, Colrbiution of llol.s  Communion, 1st Sunday, in i-ucli month nml  on Spi-iial occasions. Suiiiliij School, .Sunday ut '.1 t>. m. Committee Meeiln;.rs, Kt  Thi.irvi.lay in each i.ionth.  Jli'V. !���'. 1.. St(>|ihons(in, Kcetiii.  St. Aixli'rn'x Pri'-aliytcriiiii C'liurcli linhi  ���H'.'vlcos in t!ic Church on Sui/onil Slrrrl.  Morning s"r\i<'<" at 11 cveuiiiir mm v leu 1:"'  Sunday School ut the clnso ot the morninc  icrvicc. l!cv. 15. Tnrliin-:;ton, Minister, l-'i'i'i'  Rnnilhi:: Roem, to �� liieh all iirp welcome.  CUT   PRICES    at    the    Atliu  Cheap Cash Store :  ��� Cream, large size,   40 cents per tin.  Cream, small size, 20 cents per tin.  * Milk, sriiall size, 20 cents pei tin.  Sugar, 10 lbs. forfii.oo.  All other Gioceries, Provisions,  etc., cut from' 10 to 20 per cent.  Dry Goocls, Cloihing, Roots and  Shoes at half price.���M. Foi.ky.  With the winter-service, Brookes  stages make only one trip a day between Atlin and Discovery, leaving  the latter   about  S a.m.,   and   returning," leaves Atlin about 4 p.m.  Shirley Bros, have puicliased  l.wo lots on Discovery street, corner of Second, and have been clearing, preparatoiy' to huildii,g on  them next spring.  A. R.;McDonald of tlie Grand  ���Hotel, has purchased the Gold  House, in .Discovery. We predicl  that Mr. McDonald will make a bv.-  success of his venture.  ' Mr. E. J. Tbain is now able to  ' take his daily constitutional and is  steadily recovering the use of his  injured leg.    ,  Mrs. Fleming, cf Pine creel-:, pte-  sentcd her husband with ' a baby  girl last week.  Hockey sticks at .Dockrill &  Bourne's. ,'  Mrs. Brown, who has.been visiting Mr. and Mrs.'J. A. Fraser, left  lor her home' in .Vancouver by  Satin day's boat. ' "������  For a good square meal go to  the Pioneer Bakery and Restaurant.  The local staff of the W. P. & Y.  Ry'., left for the outside with the  last boat. Agent Lipscombe has  earned the confidence and esteem  of' the whole community, whose  'nest ".vishes go with him, and who,  furthermore, would be pleased to  see him return next season.  Blue   Ribbon-Coffee is absolutely  .Hire.���It is sold in all' the stores in j  Atlin. .' !  The   social   leadership  of Atlin  has fallen upon   the   shoulders of  Mr. ,S.   G.-  Lawrence.    He   bear  his burden well:      '  Get your lancy   Christmas ��� gro  ceries at E. L. Pillman & Co.        ,  Go to The. Royal for Fresh ��� Oys  ter Cocktails.  The) Last Boat.  Front reports the nassengeis who  went out with last Saturday's boat  had more than they bargained for  before they reached Caribou. Owing to the extreme cold snap List  week,-the Gleaner was unable to  buck the ice which had formed below Caribou Crossing   and , hud lo  ,  .disembark her passengers ancpb.ig-  Wc-regiet   to   learn   that Prank ., ....    rT ,"  .  - ,   ,     . ���'       .       .     gage near the 10-Mile House..  1 he  Weir, ol Stevendvxe, is a patient 111 . ,    ��� ..  '   .        -      ,"       , ,      ,   J passengers had  then to walk a dis-  the Atlin   Hospital,   but .under the l      ,-    -   . ..      ..,'���-  ������-���-...-*.- .   .stance 01 about 15 miles' to the rail-  ioad.    The;Gleaner  had to come  A Bad Man.  careful treatment he is there receiving he hopes to be about vet v soon.  Tom' Sagdiuan, wharfinger for  the W. P:T left' "last.week" t-o spend  the winter in Sealtle.  '     .   .  Theie is more solid com (bit in a  cup or Blue*' Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  J. P. Rose has < again assumed  the management ofthe Gold House  and extends a coidial invitation to  his friends, assuring them, a most  hearty welcome.  Mr. J." H. Gillard, late manager  ofthe Atliu branch ofthe Bank'of  ".-N. A., has left Vancouver foi  .ossland, where he will in-future  be stationed. His many friends iu  Atlin wi.-.h him every good wish  for his prosperity in .his new, field  of labor.  Imported Cigars at Dockrill and  Bourne's.'     -    - .  back to Taku 'to' tie up for'-the  winter as there was no convenient  place for her to  winter   at io-Mile  DO'llt.  William Robinson1, a teamster  in the employ of Joe Biookes, was  up before Stipendiary Magistrate  Woods on Thursday on a charge of  assault and of being drunk and  disorderly. On each charge he received three months with hard  labor and  without   the  option of a  s Local   Hay.  A'shipment of six tons of wild  hay was -.brought into town this  week from Lee,Garden's ranch on  Fourth of July-creek. It is pronounced, by those who should  know, to be the finest wild hay that  ever came into Atlin*. -It brought  $50 a ton, while the supply is not  nearly equal to the demand. . Mr.  Garden contemplates getting in  suitable implements  with which to  This  Jimmy Regan has a good slock  of American Shot Gnu Cartridge--,  and Sporting Goocls. His prices  are alwavs the lowest.  ,Took the Wrong Trail.  A , lecent  'Skagway   papei,  an  uouncesthe arrival there of M_r. ("���  M.   Norrie, r " who   came" all   the  .vay from   England   to Irv moose  hunting in   the  North.''    The aii-  ������ ..  nounceiuenlstates that '.'Mr.. N01-  rie was' unsuccessful ;in' his efforts  to get a moosp, but he succeeded  in- bagging a number of mountain  sheep and wild goats." If that  gentleman had only come into  Atlin, be could have been put on  to such moose pastures that he  could have almost knocked down  his coveted -game with a ".22."  However, Mr. Korrie is satisfied  with the North as a.sportsina"n's  paradise. '  George Hayes, of the Kootenay,  must .be a veritable father." He-Is  now constructing .a large, gymnasium adjoining the hotel.' It will,  have a floor space of ,36 x 26 feel.  Messrs. Marcus & Wallace aie the  contractors, and fine work'is thus  assured. Mr. I-Liyes has sent but  for the necessary apptu lenanccs 10  a well equipped g\ ninasiuiu. When  these tilings have arrive.!   tlie local  athletes will  lun*e  everv  onrortu-  ' f      *  nily'to keep their muscles   iu trim.  Mr. Hayes desefves  evciy success  in his iindert.iking, "and -no, doubt.  tlie innovation will  bu   llioioughly  appiecialed by votaiies of sport  C P. N. Co,  ���' '*    ���'        1 <-<,  9  -ALASKA   ROUTE   SAIIINGS--  Thc, follow ing  Sailings   are  an-,  iioniiced for the months of November and -Decembei,  leaving  Skagway at 6 p.m., 01 011 arrival of the,  train :' ��� . ' .    .  '  'Amur, Nov. 8th and 20th.  ,,    , Dec. 6th and 20th. ^    .  [���"or   further  information,   apply or  1 *.  wiiteto    H. 1$. Dunn. Agent,  Skagway, Alaska.-' .  PACIFIC 'COAST S. S. Co.  1'IONIil R   AI.'ASKA   LINK,  For B. C; iuid-Pi,jjet Sound, Toils.,  ���  The. following elegant stcameis-  ._,..     :.   leave'Skagway:'  City ok" Toi'KXA,    Nov. 6 and 17'"  Calls at Victoria.  City of' Seattle, Nov rr and 23  Calls at Vancouver.  J. H. Kelly, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska.  " NOTICE.  fine.    The Magistrate lectured him  pretty soundly on   his  biutal  con-] haryes! next season's  crop  duct.    This   is the thiid time Ro- "j ear's output, though a small one,  binsou   has   been up on   a similar is but   a   sample   of   what can be  charge. -' done.  Fine selection of Christmas gifts,  direct from the- factories���gifts foi  tlie children and; for the old people.  ���E. L. Pillman & Co.  A Novel Innovation.  To lovers of athletic sports, Mr.  ���RJOTICE i*. herebv given that Sixty clay*  after (lute f int-std to apply to the  Chief- Commissioner of Lands and Works  for permission t*o pm-cliuse the* followin-j  described tract1 ol laud for, iiKric-iiltnrnl  purposes: That purer! ov tract of land oil  the south banU.of-'tlie ri-ver or sloujrh run-  11 ins into .Moosp Aim, Atlin Ditisioii, Cn.-o-iar  District, R. C, eoinmeiioiiie nt No. 1 post, N.  W. corner, and lminitis -40 chains in a  ������antherly direction; thence easterly, to  No. Up.'St, SO chains: tlienco northerly to.  No. 4 post, -ID chains, mid tlieiicp 5'1 clmins to  No. 1 post, containing* 200 u/tps more or less.  W. A. A^DF.uso^���,  Caribou Crossing, Y. T., October 81,19."2.  no-8 St  ���O  I  '���'ll  !'l  - M  ���il  '���:���  .ra  i  II  Are items that interest everyone in Atlin, especially   whenv the  qualit}^ is good and tlie prices cheap.. :  Our winter stock is now in; it is the  largest and most complete  in-Atlin.  Place your  orders   for winter supplies  with us and   we  will  guarantee you���The very best goods, full quantities and  the closest cash prices.  BLACKETT & CO.    '  IKON STOBK. ' ' FIRST STREET,  it.'i  1  I

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