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 lt.&-t%%��la^ft^  ZLuast&vtas*  wzvtrzuwrxz^m*  (  VOL.   7.  ATLIN, B. C, SATURDAY.   NOVEMBER  190:  '   NO.   175-  CALLED HENCE.  The Representative for Bur-  - rard,  a^Dr^e   R.   Maxwell,   M. P.,- Sue-  i  cumbs   After   a   Long   and  ' Painful Illness.  The sad intelligence of the de.it!  of Mr. Geoige K. Maxwell, 'Member foi Uurianl disti.Vt in the Do-  tniuion Home of Commons, was received by wiic-Aom Vancouver on  Tuesday hist. The deceased gentleman had lieeu ill *. fon. s>everaj  weeks in the east, and   came  home  rto Vancouvei about a month ago a  , veiy sick man. Since retuiniijg  hdme"*he has had tlie- ver\ best  suigical and medical attendance,  but the complications in his disease proved beyord their powers  and he died about midnight on  Monday last.  Mr. Maxwell was a native of  Lanarkshire, Scotland. He graduated as'a Mastei of Arts from tlie  University of'Edinburgh and was  orda:ued   into     the    Presbyterian  . Church. He'caiiie'tq.Canada^seve-  lal years ago and occupied ?au jm-  portant chaige iu Three Rivers;' T.  Q. From Three Rivers' he was  called to assume the pastorate'of  tneFirst Presbytciiau Church- in  Vancouver in 1892. Ii> 1896 Mr.  Maxwell resigned from the Church  to eater politics. In June of that  year   he   was   elected,   by  a very  -large niajoiily, to represent the  electoral distiict of Vancouver in  the Liberal interest. He was reelected in 1900.  ,  As a Minister of the Gospel, Mr.  Maxwell had few peers on the continent; he was a fluent and forcible  speaker; liberal in his doctrine and  sincere to the principles of his  faith. -As a politician, he worked  with might and main to the interest, of his constituents, - and- his  deeds~reraaiu as a token of his zeal  on their behalf; he -made"for himself a political record enjoyed by  but few men who have followed  politics as a profession. As a man,  he was an exemplifica' ion of all  that is noble; he enjoyed a ��'ide  populaiity and his death will be  mourned by many as that of a very  dear friend.  He was buried on Thursday by  the Masons, of whicl^order he was  an honored and respected member.  He was also a member of the  Knights of Pythias, in which order  lie held a high rank. Mr. Maxwell leaves a widow and fi\e children to mourn him, and to lliein.iii  their heavy bereavement will the  sympathy of many filends go out.  Deeji Diggings Threatened*  <   r  Should the Eastern Extensions' to Gold Run Be Blanketed  By Leaseholds?  ���  Opinions   Expressed   Nearly   Two   Yexrs   Ago   Fully   Confli'med   ���  Valuable   Ground   Which   Will   Yield   Good   Returns   to   Individual   Miners. * ��� ���  Photographs of Atlin for sale, 8  ibr'$r.���For one week only.���Do  not miss this opportunity. See A.  C. Hirschfeld.  We herewith   lcpnnt   from   ihe  1 - *  Ati.in Claim ol March 9II1, 19CH.  extTa'cts fiom an aitiele from the  pen of'Mr. I''rank Weil} of Steven-  dyke, uuder'the heading of "-'The  Atlin District, Its Geology and  Atnifcious , Deposits " The -,nb-  iect-m-itlei has .. \ ci v important  bearing upon an ls-Mie p: 0mr.1e1.tl>  biought befoie mnuv oi. oui read-  'ers tod.v���the, protestation ofthe  ''States" gioupof hvdiaulic Icasej  claims on Pine creek above Gold  Run :��� -  "From Sin prise.lake, westward,  the p're-glacial stiesm appeals lo  have followed the flank"of Spruce  mountain, so that the present cieek  which'bears'further to the northward, barely skirts its northern rim  until it reaches the mouth of Gold  Ruti,*~where the ancient stream,  turning ��� northward, is  pierced   by  the ja_ter_streahi._. -     -     *       -.  "''The old valley gravels,-wheie ���  rractically intact, have a depth of  from 30 to 50 feet, giadually lessening as the valley-descends; the  width of this pre-glacial stream has  yet to be definitely fixed. Neither  of its rims have been reached, to  my knowledge, either by tunnel or  shafi. Surface indications give it  a known width of two hundred  yards at least, but it is more than  probable that the glacial moraines  lining the valkv cover an additional area ol these'gravels equal to,'if  not indeed far greater, than that al  present known. The depth of the-  deposit together with the great  width of the valley at this point,  two'miles or more, would seem to  indicate that the depositing stream  was one of imposing size.  " The values contained in this  vast deposit cannot be estimated  with any approach to reasonable  accuracy. Its gold lies in pockets  throughout,! he mass as well as on  and in bedrock. It is extremely  coarse in nature and should be  coarser the higher the valley is ascended. Its true "gutter " if struck  should pro\e, iu my opinion, especially rich and a drifting proposition ofthe most encouraging kind.  As am hydraulic proposition it offers many discotiragements. -The  head of water available at Nugget  Point would not exceed 100 feet,  and would so rapdly diminish as  work progressed, that less than  one mile in the seven could be  worked, even if dump were avail-  bale.  '' Dredging is an alternative.  To  WINTER WORK.  Many Scenes of Activity   in  ���* *i  the Camp.  Spruce, Pine, Willow,' Geld Run  and Boulder Will Add Their  Quota to the Output.'  give this  mast promising field up" or diedging men.  to"the - 'dredger ' , in its pi'esenl  piaclically unprospected condition,  would, in my opinion, be against  (he bi-sl interests ofthe district.  "These observations are_ made  ihat the camp may judge of the'  *d\*isibility oi taking .steps. ve re it  is too late, to-definitely ascertain,  an 1 piospect the old ' guttei.' If  found, , and 250 foot claims weie  the law, there would be both sum-  inei and winter drifting in the  uppei valley for years to come.  That such operations should" precede that of dredging, if the ground  warrants it, as late developments  seem to prove, is,s I think, a self-  evident proposition. Give tlie individual miner eveiy possible  show.'"       "      r  " J- It is i.eedless to recite the conditions and the lesults attendant  upon the last eighteen months' de-  -vcloptiisnt upon Gold- Ron, except  that the prospects have been -'.sufficiently encouraging to warrant  the placing of-machinery upon  much -of the ground individually  held. On the outcome of this  wintei's development the fate of  this pail of Pine creek depends.  The .small area of 'ground at  piesenthcld���and that only-by a  concession, on the part of the  owners of ' the Gphir group oi  leaseholds���1��\ individual miners  is but a patch of the giouud under  whi'cli the ancient channel unjs,  and which,' there need ba little  doubt will ultimately be found to  be of great value. This . being assumed, it should be the policy oi  the Government to reserve as lonar  as possible for the use ofthe pioneer miners ground that is likely  to yield profitable returns to such  miners. It would at this time be  a gross < injustice lo individual  miners -to allow that piomising  strip of ground, extending from  Gold Run to Surprise lake, on the  south side of Piiie, to 1-e taken up  foi hydraulic leases. Again, there  is every reason to believe that there-  will be a great influx of miners  and prospectors into Atliu next  season, and as there is none to0  great an area within the present  known auriferous belt open for location, it should be the duty of the  Government to reserve this portion  of Pine creek for another season or,  at least, give time for its prospec-  tion by miners���which is sure te  follow the satisfactory outcome of  developments on Gold Run���before  turning it  over  to   the   hydraulic  A continued sign ofthe slabilily  and permanence of Atliu as a profitable mining camp is amply e\i-  denced by the fact that there is  a very much-larger number of men  working and being employed this  winter than there was .last year,  further proof that the rigourof the  climate are not such as some persons'on the outside.. have been led  to believe, vvho can haidly credit  the fact that many miners , aie able  to even sluice their ground dining  the winter.   ;  ���At so early :t dale aftei' the com-r'  mencement of   wmtci  operations  we.have not leceived direct repoiU  from the different scenes of work,  but we .would ask: those interested  .   .        -*���  to send us notes  fiom time to time  as work progresses,   for  their'own  benefit as wjcII ns in the general in-  terest of the district:   ,        1  ,rOnvSpriiC5*. creek,, many oJ the  drifts of last   vear.   have   been  1 c-  opened, while maw3; ,ncw ones have  been opened upon the ancient high  bench'channel     Some of the oldei -  drifts luue  been  worked   without,  inteimission for the last three vcars-  with   exceedingly   profitable     ic-  turns.    In all there is estimated to  be a hundred and  fifty men   woik-  on S pi uoe creek.  At the scene of first diift opeia-  tions on Pine creek, ueai wheie  the high bench channel was dis-  co\trcdin the winter of 1900-01,  Flank Lytle and partners are )mining a drift into the bench above  Harrigaif-s creek .claim. Fiom  their iiist set, r-epoit has it, the>  took cut over $50 ��� Dave Coclnauc  and Sam Smith have just begun-a  drift on the same giound. Many  ofthe drifts and .shafts on Pine  and Willow are being cleaned out  and re-opened, while Gold' Run iv.  simply a hive of industry, neaily  a hundred men being etnpoyert in  this sect-ion alone.  Boulder cieek, from its drifting  ���work, will astonish the camp from  its productiveness i\�� in ninny  cases the drifts aie being run fiom  bedrock in the creek, following up  the exceedingly rich pay of ibis  creek. We are unable to definitely  ascertain the number of mon, but  it must be well over the bundled.  Gn ihe Sociele Miniere's giound  ten men arc employed, under Mi.  Fall, -who reports that complete  arrangements are made for sluicing  the dirt as it comes out of the drift.  Mr. Fall brought down the fiial  sack of g-'ld from the drifts this  week.  **.,  '/-����� I  .',/���)  *.       '   . "f   *���      *       &M  'v" ir"M  < ,-   TV* M  <'-."-J   >   I  *( i*  ft. I  ' \. . rfJi.|  <*i\  /���  1 -/-J -Vr*  *-:;1��  J ATLIN,, B.   C,    SATURDAY.    NO,VEMBER    22; 1002.
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Intuition.    KctiiliiiK not id's, -.".   runt-, n liuu.
S'l.M-itil C'oiiti'tiul IJulu*. 011 iippll.'iiiiun.
Tins siil.-ci'iption prici. It, ■*,.'> u ji-i'.i' payable in ihJmiih-o. .No |M|ior « ill lie iIc-Hnoi'imI
uiilo-.- tlii'3 t'oiiilitlim i*. (.'ompllcil «itli.
Saturday",   Novumhkk 22,  1902
Ai/LTioroir the output ol petro-
.leum in'Canada i.s not of niucli importance,  and ' no   attempts    have
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been   made  lo   exploie   lor     this
■ valuable mineral deposit on an
extensive scale --- the Dominion
(loveinment sunk scvcml holes
with promising results in, Athabasca some five ycai.s a^o—a Dr.
Churchill, of \"ancouvcr, who is
said to have an intimate knowledge of the petroleum deposits 'ol
•North America, lias expressed 'his
conviction that the Canadian
Northwest isthc great oil sloie-
house of the Western Hemisphere.
He professes - to have traced the
continuation of the oil-bearing
shales, which have been recently
tapped in Texas and California
into Canadian tenitory which, in
his opinion, is the leal souice of
tlie great oil supply pf the United
.States." According lo this expert,
■ the basin formed between the great
mountain ranges of the Rockies
and the-coast contains a lake of
petroleum of ! inexhaustible quantity. This space* takes-in the
whole of British Columbia, so promoters who arc inclined to attach
weight to Dr. Churchill's prognostications would do well to be early
in the field.
The discovery   of   valuable   oil
fields on tlie   Alaskan  coast,   near
the outlet of the   Copper river suggests   the   supposition   that theie
may   be   a   valuable   field   nearer
home.    Oil is   like   gold, "where
.. you find it."    The oil in Alaska is
said to be  the  finest  illuminating
oil   ever   discovered — surpassing
even the Pennsylvania product.   It
i.s 90 per     cent     illuminant,   and
carries neatly 40 per   cent   ofnap-
tha. This oil, just as il comes from
••the well, will  burn like  gasoline.
It is more volatile  than water.    A
Claim representative has secured a
bottle ot the oil -and   has   seen  a
scientific analysis of it.    The  low-
cal estimate  that  has  been placed
on the raw product is $6 per barrel.
The Texas and California oil  sells
at from 40 cents  to   $1   a   barrel.
The first gusher   in   the   Alaskan
field was struck a few   months ago
at a depth of less than  800 feet, by
an   English   syndicate, which  has
secured   large   holdings  in the oil
field.    The oil when struck  spouted 150 feel high,   and  since  being
capped the oil   has   been escaping
through   the   ground,   o'utside the
pipe, at the rate of 15 barrels daily.
Capitalists  have already entered
this field and it is   estimated   that
fully 125,000 acres ofthe !a:.d have
been taken up.    Many ■ drills   will
'NEW SMELTER
One of the Finest of its Kind
on the Coast.
fhe Northwestern Smelting & Refining Co., of Crofton, B. C,
Looking for Business.
Mr. W. M. Brewer, M.E., who
is now connected with , the NdiUi-
westeni Smelting & Refilling Co.,
of Cioflon, H.C., has, dining the
last week, been looking over the
•uartz'prospects of the Whitehorse
district with a view lo obtaining
ore for his .company. He -states
thai it is the pin pose of J his coin-.'
nany to make a rale to the miners
thai will pei mil them to woik theii
mines and ship low grade ores as
'well as those ol a high grade.
In speaking of the facilities of
the Crofton' smelter', .Mr. Brewer
states that iu weighing and sampling the ore, exceptionally good
facilities were iiflbrded'lhe shippers
lo watch every stage of theAVork.
This smelter is the newest and one
of the largest on the Pacific coast.
It was begun last December and
:he first furnace was blown in on
the iotb ulto. The construction of
the plant was under the superintendence and direction of Mr. Jas.
Breeu, President and "^ General
Manager of.the Company, and H._
0. Bellinger, Assistant -Mauagei
and Metallurgist, two, "of.* the best
known smelting men in. the West,
ancPwho have been connectedwith
many of the best plants in the
country.
Crofton is located on Oyster bay,
on the 'east ,coast of- Vancouver
island, and has one of the finest
harbouis on the coast. It is 45
miles ' from Victoria, and 30 from
Nanaimd, and is connected by a
branch line with' the E. & N. Ry.(
The plant consists of a smelting,
power house, boiler house, sampling mills, furnace building, converter building, assay, office and
general office building. The immensity ofthe plant may be understood when it is sta'ted that the
excavating for the furnace building
converter building and dust chamber amounted to 1.9,000 cu. yards.
• The sampling mills'-building is
85 feet high and has a capacity of
1000 tons a day.
In the furnace building are installed two'water jacket furnaces,
each having a capacity of 350 tons
daily, and a cupola furnace for
treating the matte drawn from the
furnaces and making a further
concentration.
In the converter building are
four converters, each having a
capacity of treating 50 tous of
matte daily and converting the
the same into blister copper, which
is the product shipped.. The assay
office . is one of the largest and
most complete west of the Missouri
river and has been erected with the
view   of  affording   specially good
Atlin, Mwgget  sm$$ &rap& ffiiirags.
And AH Kinds of-Jewellery Manufactured on.the Premises,'
jtf0F"-~ Why send out when you can get goods as cheap here?
*- Watches Froin $3 up.   Fine Lino of Souvenir Spoons.
JULE EGGERT &   0N,Jhe Swiss Waklifflakers.
THE
WHITE'   PASS'   &'   YUKON
■.- ROUTE/   ■
Passenger and Express Service, Daily '(except, Sunday'), between
Skagway, Dog Cabin, jtennell. Caribou, White Horse and Intermediate
points, making close connections with our own stenmeis at V\ liile Horse
for Dawson and Yukon points, and , al Caribou/or Atlin eveiy Tuesday
and Friday; Returning, leave Atlin'ev'ei-y Monday and Thuisday.
-  Telegraph Service to Sk.'igwa?. ■   Express .matter   will  be received
for shipment to and (run all points in Canada and the United Slates.
For information rclative-lo Passenger; Ficight, Telegraph or Express
■    Rates apnly to any Agenl'of the Company or to r--~*.
\'   J.  F.  Lkh,,,Tnifiic Manager, Skagway.
J.  LirscOMBic,  Local Agent, Atlin,- H. C. " "  '     ,     '      ""  ,-:?
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s ■ T H E    K OOT EN AY   HOT E L.
.'George E. Hayes, Proprietor
"COK.   FlKST  AND  TkAINOK   &TK1CKTS.
Till-** Fii-ht Class lloti'l luis Iio«>ii rniiioilplfil ainlj'i'Tiu'iiisliuil tliroujirlioiit
• mid oilers tlio bust ■u'.'oimiioilation to Transiuiitor Permanent '
Giiesth.—Aiiii'i'U'an anil l.iii'Opr-un ulmi.      ' - "
Finest Wines, Liquors astd Cigars. _
•   Billiards ' and-Pool..
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IF   YOU   WANT
Information
CONCURNING
1IHES& MINING PROPERTY
■ - In the Atlin District
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WRITH   TO
A. JBm. Hirschfeld
Real  Estate' and "Mining   Broker,
THE   GOLD    HOUS
DISCOVERY,   B."C.
Comfortably Furnished Rooms—By the Day, Week or Month.
The Best of Liquors'and Cigars always in Stock. — Fine stable in con
nection with the House.
■     ■ AMERICAN . AND    EUROPEAN    PLAN.
J. r. Kose, Manager.
Fish,
C. DOELKEK,
FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .
Game   in   season and   home    made   Sausage.
-First Stkkkt, .-Atlin.
THE  «BHANH
FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.
•TEL
EVERYTHING
CONDUCTED IN- FIRST-CLASS- MANNER.
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French , Restaurant in   Connection.
A. R. McDonald,   Proprietor.
Corner of First and Discovery Streets.
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facilities for the  representatives of
be at work  next spring, and it is shippers to watch  every operation
Call and get Prices at
certain that the new discovery
will rn a few years work a revolution iu the kerosene pioblcci of th-?
K.y '.hwf-it.
of final sampling., The entire
plant is lighted by electricity, furnished by the Company's own
electrir licjhl plant.
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I---I-" \ltii!sis^jz&nmmaeii&  aawsaKBaaau^iii^aB^^  -T  .*r��ifcttwrtW'^w��BiftrfdJKa�� -CEfeftj^^ .  ���wewvHaijaiMMuiks-ijrin-aERr'-j*,  ^tnuwwtrwr^j^a^^^^"  **Z-'.  7��fc  r  >  I'.,  1', UvVl  ATIJN-. T.   r;     ^TITRDAY,  NGVKMBKR .22.   1902  ��  can   give   -You . as Good Value for your CASH as QroceHeS, Provisions, etc,  "       anyiiouse m   1 own.      .,������-��� ��� ,      . .      * ��� ���   "  Trjr  &*s  with ������ if ' ana  see.' (;iant  Powder" on   hand.      -   ���.  '1;il.-fra$er$��o.  REPOI  Lieut.  Emmoris, UlS.N., Sub-  mits tlie' Result  3T Tiri U 11k 111 inyostiiratlons to  tha Members of tho Boundary Commission. ''  FoUo.ving 110 th'c subject of the  Alaskan I'oundaiy dispute and the  ivport of Mr Cameron, which was  published la-'t ��e'i-k, Lieut. G. E.  I",mni-.ins, U. ' S. Navy (retired),  has re 01 tell'to .Secretary Hay the  v^���?: 11L of his investigations, along  the Ahiskan boundary, of ^certain  -hloiie-which have  fmnd   Irequeni  '" rop;titi mi jn Jatc  years jto the ef-  ' feci that inoii.inients have 'been  ' di-covcicd marking the.' teal boundary between Alaska and British  Northwest' teiritory, at a point  many leagues, fail her from the sea  than the British have been willing  to admit.  Lieut. "Emmons   is   thoroughly  familiar with the counlrv iu which  ' the supposed boundary stones exist, and spent much of~'the pa-.'\  summer in'the region. The State  department will,not make the report public at present. It is re-  gaided as a fair conjecture, * hoiv"-  ever,"that Lieut/Emmons has���nol  found the stones, reported to'exist,  to be boundary monuments, or else  the State department would take  steps to bring that fact to the 'at-  te-ition ofthe British Government.  Instead ofthis, the lepoit has been  referred to Secretary John \V.  Foster and Senator Fairbanks,  members of the Joint Commission,  - which was charged with the settlement   of   the   Alaskan ^Boundarv  s question among other matters.  C'"P. -N. Co,  -ALASKA   ROUTE   SAIUNGS ���  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL' PAID  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  The following Sailings are announced for.the mouths of November and Decembei, leaving Skagway at 6 p.m., or on aitival of ihe  train :  Amur, Nov. Sth and 20th.  ,, ' , Dec. 6th and-20th.  For  fuither  information,  apply 01  write to    H. 13. Dunn, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska.  UP    58,000,000.  San Francisco,  Portland,  ���   - Skagway, etc.  Exclrangc sold on all Points.  Gold Dust Purchasuo-  A.ssav Ori'ioc in Connection.  ���     *��� J. S.  MCNKO, -Manager-.  PACIFIC COAST S. S. Co.  I'lOXKKR  ALASKA   I.INI*.  For 15. C. and I'uget Sound ( Poil-.  ��� .The following elegant slcameis  leave Skagway:  City^'ox Toi'EKA\    Nov. 6 and 17  Calls at Victoria.  City ok SiCATTi.k,' Nov  ii and 23  Calls at Vancouver.  "��� *    - -   *  \ J. H. Rkixy, Agent,  "    , .Skagway, Alaska.  - NOTICK^    �� - .  TVTOTICU i-> liorebj   giwu   that Sixty <lajs  after ��lat��>   I   ltttciiil   to   apply   to   tho  Chief Commissioner of frauds  and  Works,  for permibsion   to   purchase' the   tollou inji  lesriiljcd   tract  of  ln-.nl   for   uifi'lniiltii-iiil  purposes:   That  parcel   or ti act of land on  the south bunk of the .ri\cr or   slouch 14iti-  niiiK int<i Moosh A I'm, Atlm Oavibioii.-Cisbiar  District, B. C, oomni-eiiciiip:   nt  N'o.l post.N'.  W. cornor, __and.t >i*iiiuiiii{r    40  chains inn  ���-outherly  direction; .thence   easterly,    to  No. !*> post, 50   clinins;   thcncH   northerly to  -No.' 1 post, 40 chain**., nnd  thence 50 chains to  So. 1 post, containm;; iOO an es more or less.  W*. A. ANDEHSON,  Curihou Crossing. Y T., October Jl, 1!W2.  "  , ' *"   '   .no-8-St  T 81C-- RO.YA L ��1 ��T E L,  "    -'.    E.   ROSSELLI,   Proprietor. _ ' "  r    Corner Pearl and'/First^Streets, Atlin,- B. C.. ,*���  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT - IN   COJM N ECTiON.  CIIOlCtST WINtS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SPtCWLTY.  Hydraulic    Mining        , %  -\ #   " \      ���'[   Machinery.  HYDRAULIC   GIANTS,    WATER.   GATKS,  ���- . ANGLE   STEEL    RIFFLES ' &    '  ,'"-,''   'HYDRAULIC    RIVETED  Pumping  &   Hoisting   Machinery.  rrpiv.,  Estimates fun ished on application   ��     -".,'.     ���"    :  \.     c The Vancouver Engineering Works,  ��� '   ��� ;        -    ���*    , Vancouver, li. C. '- -  - -     ..."    ,    A.-C Hirschfeld, Agent,. Atlin, ,B: C  Pioneer BaKery ana KesiaHrant  '     ' �� , .   v       SPECIALTIES', IN    . ,.','.  '' '   FANCY   CAKES: &   PASTRY.        ].   ,  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc.  ' Chas.  Myrk, Pioprietoi.  Good Rooms to Rent���Bj the D.u, Wei'k or Month nt rensormlile rnte>;.  Ex-Governor Ross was expected  to arrive in Skagway this week.  He will make a-personal canvas o!  the electors of the Yukon fiom  Whitehorse to Dawson, and is expected to make speeches ' on . the  most important creeks. It-is confidently believed-lhat the presence  of Mr. Ross in the -.Yukon will result in .making his election as member for the Yukon Territories almost unanimous.. Mr. Ross will  be in Dawson on election day,  Dec.  2nd.  Profit and Loss.  From a bushel of corn a distiller  gets four gallons of whisky, which  retails at $;6. The Government  gets $3, the farmer who raised the  corii gets 40 cents, the railroad  gets? $t. the manufacturer gets $4,  the retailer gets $7, the consumer  g2ts six months and the policeman  gets paid for running him in.  APPLICATIONS <FOR    LIQUOR    LICENCES.  A Meeting of the Board of  Licence   Ccn-missicr.ers   for   the'"Atlin^ Licence Dis-1  trict" will be,-held in the Court House, AtIin~.'B.'C, on Monday, December 15th, 1902,  at 10 a.m., to consider tlie granting of the following Applications:  Sumo tif Aiiplien'it.  Jas. G.^Cornell   ..  James -Clark      Robert 13. Dixon ..  George E. Hayes.  fhomas Hinchclilfc.  Samuel Johnston....:  |ohn Kirkland   A. R. McDonald   There is more* solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than iu a  gallon of most beverages.  A. R. McDonald..  "Daniel McDonald.  E. P. Queen   Joe P. Rose    EniQstE. Rossclli.  Description of Licence.  "I  y Renewal of Hotel.  Transfer.  Roxborough ���& Dnnliam..  Jas. S, Roltui      Edward Sands...  Napoleon Sabin.  ^���Renewal of Hotel.  r  1  >  1  1  1  v  {  1  Transfer,  Looa it> of rroiiiisLS ������.ou-j-ht to he Licenced.  Nngg*t Hotel, Discovery.  Half Way House, Atlin, B. C.  Russell Hotel,  Pearl Street, Atlin,  Kooteuay  Hotel,   cor.    First   and  Trainor Streets, Atliu.- B.C.  Dawson Hotel, Taku, B.C.  Vancouver Hotel, 1st St., Atlin.  Kirkland Hotel, i-st St., Atlin.  Grand Hotel,   cor.   First  and Discovery Streets. Atlin.  Irving Hotel, Discovery.  Arctic "I-I-alcl,   Fiont  Sticet,   Bennett. B.C.  Leland Hotel, Pearl Street, Atlin.^  Gold House, Discovery.  Royal Hotel. First and 'Pearl St.,  Atlin.  Surprise   Lake    Hotel,     Surprise  '    'Lake, B.C.  Palace Hotel,   Front   Street,   Bennett, B. C,  Pine Tree Hotel, Discovery.  Gold Pan Inn, Discovery.  Atliu; B. C, November 17th, 1902.  \V.\r.'n;R Owen, Chief LicencJ Inspecior..  \* t ������  1! 4.  ���i*:  c* '  '               r'          '  *f*^  ,*t  ii  ,         *.\'���,  '> U  ��.i'  ,  .     .    -<."',  y .  '*���' "1  ..'.  '1    >     ^!  '*.-.'   ���>.-  * f  t-uvg  ftv.  kB  -.  4 Zti'l  AT-t  - If  - r,i ,*.h-'.  '���.J,"'-X'^-l  *r-*"-*if-r4  >.fl  'till  I  if  ��� ^\  ���   -- *���',?. \ j  t  If  -'1  -Iff  :      4 ���  i    .  ���:U  X '\  wmsmsm ATLIN,    IJ.'   C.;' 'SATURDAY,    NOVEMBER    22',  ivqo;  If '-'.  r  r'  ���  m-  .-Wi��*,J.  I  -,      1  -1     I  -I1"*'  . J  I. '  PICKED UP t!ERE��AND THERE.  (.'hiit'cli  ol   I'li^Itinil:  St. Martin's Church, cor. Third ami Trnlii-  ��r itri-fN. Sun,lay services, Matin!, at ' 11 a.  in., Lvi-iisoiijj-7:'l() p. m. C'fU-hi'aiiou ol-ltoly  Communion, 1st tjiuuluy in t-acli niontlf ami  ���in Special occasions. Sunday School. Sunday ;it :t \i. in. Coiniiiittro >Jo.'( iii-lts, 1st  Tliiii-silny in euc-h tnoiilh.  Hcv. F. I.. Stcphcii-011, Kcctor.  St. Andrew'*, I'rc-li.vtai-iiin Chnrcli hoi.I  ��cr\iccs in tho Church on .Sccotul Sti-ccl.  Morning scrvicu at 11 ,c\ci.i!.|k' sci vice "i :tf'  Sninlay School nt th.' clt.so ot the inoriiii..;  ���Lr��r\icp. Key. II. Tui-liiiixtmi, .-.liiiistci'. I'*,.",  lifindin-; Itoom, to which nil nre wtilcnui,-.  Herbert Young has been It'll in  charge of the Wiiite Pa**-.*,' alTaii-.  during the \vinter.  Fine stock of the newest designs  at lv L. Pilluian & Co.  Cheaper and   better  thaii'-Xmas  Cards���Allin   Photographs-:' 6 for  .' $1.00���Claim Office:  Wc call the attention of our  readers to the--advertisement of the  Atlin Cheap Cash Store, which  practically-guaraulees us lhal there  will be 'no excessive prices foi  staple'groceries this winter. Mr.  Foley stales that these prices wil;  remain as long as the goocls advertised will last.  i  Get your fancy   Christmas   gro-  ��� cedes at E. L. Pillman & Co.  <*  Tim   Clark   is   now comfortably  housed  at   the   Half-Way House,  , where  he is  ever ready to shelter  the wayfarer  and   to   cater  to his  bodily or his spiritual needs.  Go to The Roval for Fresh   Oys-  i*. -  ler Cocktails.      '  Frank Weir, ' intends spending  this winter iu town, and is occupying Mr. Brownlee's office, on Pearl  street. lie is prepared to do conveyancing etc. searching of le-  cords and all such work. Mr.  Weir can be relied upon at all  times.  Fine selection of Christmas gifts,  direct from the factories���gifts for  the children and for the old people.  ���K. L.Pilluian & Co. .  The Fire Committee report that  the repairs to the Fire Hall have  been completed and that the engine  is ready,for any emergency. Ow:  ing to the heavy expense incurred,  the Committee has decided to give  a series' of entertainments during  ihe winter lo offset the outlay:  when these   arc   announced   thev  will   undoubledlv receive a liberal  patronage.  Hockey -sticks- at Docki ill &  Bourne's.  Mr. James Stables, M.L.A., was  married on Wednesday, 19th inst.  '.o Miss Mellc Nelhcrby of Victoria,  .1 daughter of the Inspector 01'  Schools of that city. The Claim  wi:-hes Mr. Stables and his bride  ewiy happiness", and assures them  a cardial welcome when they come  to Allin.   .  Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure. -It i.-s sold in all the stores in  Atlin.  The fust snowstorm " ol ihe season bids fair to make a record���10  inches on the level b-twecu 1 p.m.,  and midnight ryestcday.  For a goo'dD square meal go to  the Pioneer Bakery and Restaurant.  An impoitant deal was consummated this week between William  Beans and H. Malnin, in which  the former has bonded his mineral  group to Mr. Malum and received  aT-big cash,payment. Mr. Hirschfeld was the broker.  TER     PRICES  ' AT  the fltfist eiwap Cash store*  Flour, Ogilvie's, $3.50 per sack  ,,    Lake of the Woods, S3.40  ,,    Oly mpia, '$3.40'  ,,    Graham, $3:50  1.     Ky?, $3.50  But'er, Agens, 1 lb bricks, .50  ,, ���    2 Iblius, $1        ,  ���  ,,    New Westminster, flbbk,.50  ,, ,, 2 lb tin, Si  Potatoes, Lubeck. sliced, pr'lb, .33  tf,    Graham, dess., 51btin, Si.25  ,,   "Fresh, per lb .10 cents  Onions, ,,       ,,,,    ,   .10   ���   ���  Rolled Oats. 7 !b sack, .65  Oatmeal, 10 lb sack, .90  Corn meal,    do. :<}o   ,  Hani, B.C., per lb, 625  ,,'     Rex,   .,,    '   .'26  Bacon, B.'C, ,,        .25   ,  ,,     Rex,      ,, .26  Cream, St. Charles, hotel, dcz, $5  ,,    Jersey,.   - ,-  do-       do        #5  ,,   Jersey, small size, 'do  $2.50  ,,    Carnation,     ��� do ,$2.50  Milk, Eagle    ;  do do" $3 50  "'..    Rein Deer    ���   ���  Sugar,-granulated, 10 lbs, $i  ���    ,,-   Bar, 5 lbs, $1  ,,    Lump.',,    $1  \\ orccsler Sauce, per doz, $3  Ketchup, pei doz, *6  (,,   .2 gal.' tins. $2  Tea, Rickshaw,.pei package, .40  ,, Blue Ribbon, ib do . .50  ,,     Liplons       - do .60  ,,    Star ��� do    >    .60  ',,    Ciowu' do     rf   60    .'  ,,    Nabob  ,       r        do .50  Coffee, Crown, Mocha-Java, lb .50  ���,,     Blue.Ribbon, per lli, .45  Chase & Sanborn, 11), .45  Crosse it black well's jams, 3 tins $1 .  Breakfast Food, ner package: .25  r.ermea, per package, ,60  Tomatoes, per doz. $4 '  Pens, Beans, Corn, pei 'dc 7. $2.^0  Rasir.s, new fiuil.   doz pkgs,"$2"50  .Currai'ts.    do , do $2 50  . Corvf'arch,       ,_'    do #250  Cition, Lemon &. Orange  Peel, per  lb, .40  do   $2.50 I Candles,.per box, #4  Tlie above prices apply only lo ictoil.     A discount will be '  allowed to the'Trade,   Miner's,   Restaurants,' Hotels  ard  all large consumers. '.'���...  All  All  HOCKEY   MEETING:  The'Annual Meeting of the Atlin  Hockey.Club will ,be held in the  A. O. U. W:. Hall, Third street,  Monday evening,, 24th inst, at 8  oclock. Business ��� Re-organization of the Club and Election of  Officers'. A full' attendance is requested. ^ ; - H.E.Young,  "    -      - -.  '.        - - {I President.  Km as Gifts  FREE  .00 Given Away  IN  Prizes.  Other  Groceries   and ��� Piovi.'.ioi s at,  eqrally low prices.  Goods warranted rrtih rnd  lirst CU'se.-���1111  Weight and  Measures.      . ���  Dry Goods, C!6thingt Boots and Shoes, Moccassins, Hats and Caps  AT    COST.  M:    FOLEY,    First. Street, ' Atlin,   .B.C.'  LOUIS   SCHULZ,  Wholesale   and-! Retail o   Butcher  :.FIRST   STREET;,-"ATLIN,"  B.   G  '    .JIMMY^REGAN  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  Men's  Halt Solos nnd Slioo Nails.  Henry Distou A Son's Suu-s.  Glass nnd Putt'ey, etc-., etc.. ,   - .  BOOM ��� BANG���BOOIVIl:���Dynamite,   Caps   and   Fuse.  Full Line -Qf Winchester���-Black. &��� Smokeless���Kifle & Shotgun  ' Cartridges.  Goods   Boucjht   Sold   and ��� Cxchnnged.  ��� Windows, Doors^  Fancy Tea Sets, Toys, Dolls, Etc.  COMK    KARLY    AND    MAKE  SliUiCTlON.  YOUK  E. L. Pillman & Co  Pine tree fiotel.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  Ku. Sands, Proprietor.  G. E. Hayes.  J. G. COKNKLI..  OT7"     BATHS  ���   JLV*��   BARBER vS  SHOP  G. H. FORD -    Prop.  Now occupy their new quartern next  to the Kniilt of IJ. N. A.. First Street.  .The lmtli roonib lire eqiuilly as good ut found  in vitio-s.   Private  I'.iiti-ance for ladies.  nugget ftotel  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  PIRST-CLAS.S RESTAURANT  '. IN  CONNECTION.  llcaduuu'itors for Hrook'i fetuse. -  YOUR   ATTENTION  IS    CALLED   TO   THE   FACT   THAT  We   are   offering  UNUSUAL   BARCIAiNS  I  IN  Fine   All-Wool   Blankets, ��� Men's   All-Wool  Under  Clothing.  Men's All-Wool Light  and   Heavy   Qvershirts, and  Sweaters  Men's   Fur   and Cloth   Caps and Dolges Felt Shoes.  We also call your attention to  the Low Price of our Extra  Quality, Hand Loaded, Black, Smokeless Powder,.  Shot   Cartridges  HERE   IS   YOUR   OPPORTUNITY DO NOT REGRET HAVING MISSED IT  . BLACKETT & CO. ,  1  I  I!

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