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 VOL.  ATLIN, U. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 30, ' igor.  NO.  124.  Are   offering    Special   Bargains   in   their  Large  Stock   of  Men's   Goods  i.Ni.'i.e'tiiN'i  Clothing,    Heavy. tOtver&Mrts,    Sweaters  Csvgss, Onderwessr szbssS. Shoes.  Their Slock of Groceries is the Largest  and most' Complete in Atlin. They  are prepared to give specially Close  Prices for winter supplies.  id  9  examsne  Icei-s  before pure  ins  elsewhere  .seoure  vnass  '     ' BLAGK.ETT & CO.  IRON    STORE,    First and  Trainor  Streets, Atlin, B. C.  UPPER PINE CREEK.  Extensive and Profitable Drift-  . ing Operations.  Pi   Rival   Village    to    Pine     City  '       Spruni1".  Up  in a Few   Weeks  ���Splendid Fay in Sight.  !G" DEALS.  Trond  Gulch  Leases   Taken  Up.  Work on the Imperial Mine, Mo 11-  roe ..Mountain, to Bo Begun Next Month'. 0  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL ��� PAID    UP    $8,000^000.,  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  San Francisco,  ���   _ ' Portland,  .;���-       ���- Skag*way, etc.  -.; -A.-. -....���������-E^z^^^sza/^e.rsald^ota.siSIPo'ssts^ .      ---. _.  G01.0 Dost Pukchasko-  - Assay Ofkick in Connection.,  J.  S.  MUNRO, Manager.  Wm.   WALMSLEY,   Proprietor.  -    FIRST   CLASS   IN   EVERY" RESPECT.  Fine   Wines,   Lir-uars   and   Ciqars.- -Stablinq fcr Morses.  OiM-osiTE Dkhot.  '. CARIBOU,  Y. T.  ��� ������ ���   The Vancouver General Store.    ^  Dealers  in Provisions,   Dry   Goods,   Etc.,  A.   S.   GROSS   &   Go.  HHKCIALT1KS   IN  FANCY   CAKES   &  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc.  PASTRY.  I'nnil   ltoolns In   Kent     ll.v  III.  Chas. ' Mvkk, Proprietor.  I)n.\. Week or Mouth ut, reasonable rates.  Shelf andHeavy Hardware,  New unci.Seeonil  lliiiul Tin anil Ciniiiite Ware, Iron Steel,' Piulm, Shovels and li!acltMuith'a  Cnul. Giant I'owder, rjnp-.. l-'use iiuil Yukon SIiivhi.  Goods   Bought   Sold   mid   I -irlinniied. ^  The = Bank = of = British = North-America  Kstitlilished iii'lSHt!'.  .liieorpuriit��*il hy lioyul Charter: ���  Paid Up Capitai.    -    -    -    -    -    -   .^i.. 866,66.6 , .' ���  RKSMRVE-Fund'������-.������-.!-    -    - ''���-���   - \-$��.703,333"���.  Head Office in Canada: Montreal.  H. Stuck.man, General  Manager.  Branches in all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco. Seattle Tacorna, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Etc.  ASSAY OFFICE -:  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.  ���'Quartz Assaying at Reasonable-Rates.  Opposite the mouth of Gold Run,  on the north side of Pine creek  and about a mile above Discovery,  a regular village has sprung into  existence within ..the last two  mouths, which reminds one of the  early days of the camp. Rumours  reached us last week of such fabulously rich elirl being taken from  the drifts that guards had been put  ou the dumps to see that the gold,  which was visible in every bucket,  was not being stolen !��� . Our Editor  decided to pay a visit,, to this wonderful section of the camp, that lie  mig'ht be in a position to prove or  disprove the rumour.  . To those of our readers who read  the series of articles, under the  heading of " Allin, Its Geology and  Auriferous Deposits," by Mr. Frank  Weir, of Stevendike, and who have  closely followed the progress and  development of the camp; it will al  once be seen that .the cause "of the  activity is nothing more than the  discovery of the gutter of one of the  primary .auriferous "deposits of the  district, which, too, .is most likely  to be the same or a continuation of  Gold Run.  ��� Last winter H. E. Symcns and  partners run in a prospect drift  with .very profitable results. Work  on this and other drifts by the same  men, have been run more or less  ever since, with good returns, until  flooded out by Bracken's ditch.  The results obtained from this  ground were so encouraging that  a number of claims have been taken  up and work begun. The following is a synopsis of the Editor's observations:'  Messrs. Symons, Gilmore and  Beaty' have an incline shaft about a  hundred feet iu and are on good  pay,'although not yet in the old  channel. - ������  Pete McDonald and Thompson  are working in Ihe shaft and bedrock tunnel, owned by Symons &  Co., which was flooded by Bracken's ditch last spring, and are  making big pay.  Messrs. Green, Loop, Markwell  and Brown, who worked the creek  claim, where the Gold Run bridge  crosses Pine, and made money, are  now drifting into the bench and expect to strike Ihe pay.immediately.  McDonald and- McDonald have a  shaft and bedrock tunnel and are  about 150 feet in. . They are doing  well. '���'���������..���'  Telford   brothers  have an ii.cliue  Continued on last page.  Just prior to the close -f navigation Lieut. Bradley, R.N., of Daw-  sou and London, paid Atlin a visit  with the object of seeming an i-.p-  tion on the several leases on 'frond  Gulch.- On the satisfactory completion 'of his mission he left al  once for the Coast. Lieut. Hiadley  was associated with the late Mr.  Thomas Batenian in the taking up  of some of these leases, but in order  lo make them workable the'amalgamation of all the ground ou  Trond Gulch and Fourth of July-  was deemed advisable. The whole  properly, comprising some 2000  acres it is expected, will be taken  up by one large concern. Extensive prospecting will be conducted  next season with the view of determining the most favorable place to  commence operations. Ample provision has been made fonwaler,  aoiilc���cJooo'-ino-iBh���-in "all having  been granted'to' the   amalgamated  nroperlies."'  ~  1  Messrs.. .Oliver and Grime, ol"  Victoria and Atlin, respectively,  aVe-agents for:-the vendors of the  Trond Gulch section of the properly, the lower portion being controlled by prominent local mining  and business men.  Alter many mouths of inaclivilv,"  ���the Imperial group on Monro  mountain, is ' again to be actively  exploited. Mr. Win. Pearse, of  Discovery, ha"s taken a workiu<>-  bond on the property, on Jiehalf of  some clients in London. Work  will be resumed early next month.  Though there- is no cash" payment  on the bond we are informed that  .the terms are highly satisfactory to  all parties concerned.  Frozen Up!  Allan"Rupert   had   rather an experience this   week,   which   but for  .  ������ ���. . .  timely   assistance   might   have had  serious consequences. Some two  weeks ago' he went over lo Torey  Inlet -oiv a- hunting expedition,  leaving bis-.boat,some miles up the  inlet. .'-Wljen. lie returned from the  mountains'-he found tbeinlet frozen  and he could not, drag his boat to  the lake: For four clays'he kept  big fires going on Ihe beach opposite Atlin and used flags, hoping  to atlract attention and obtain assistance. .The timely arrival of  Fountain,^and;. Clark from Copper  island, on ..Wednesday possibly-  saved his life. '  G  InWA'sS"  m^��Zsm^m^&mm^mm&i��i \o  ATUN,  B.C.. SATURDAY.  NOVl'Ml'^R  30,     ]QOi  The Atlin Claim.  l'lihlislii-il    every    Siitiirilny   morning   hv  Tui-   .\'l 1.IX CI..USI    l'l'IILPilllNC Ull.  A.I'. I!ll':,"'ll''>:i.li. Klll'l'llll.  Ii. Tumi Lhi-'K, ,Suli-Kilittir.   ,  I lllice ol' 1111 liticu I tin 1 Pearl S7, Atlin, II. 0.  ,  ��� Advertising;   Uutes :    *?l.ll(l   per  inch, each  insert ion,    Keaiiin^' nolii'e--*, -Ti   cents a line.  Speeial (Jnntriiel   Unit's 1111  applicat inn.  The subscription' price is .-Jfi a year pny-  nlile in atlvanee. N<�� p ipi-r will lie delivereil  unless this conilit ion is eoinulieil with.  Satukijay,  Nov.   30U1,   190;.  ,R0AD.-i Hydraulic  rViinin  Construction    Work    to    Be  Commenced in Spring.  <&?  The Preliminary Survey Completed  ���No Obstacles Ineuraed in  The Proposed Route.  In  a recent  issue   we   published  A    roi.rnciAN's   vikwk   oi'    ��. c.   tin article upon the incorporation of  ,,,-., ,.,..^.,, ,..., Ihe   Pacific   Northern   &   Omiueca  POLITICIANS.  Railwav, -iwhose application for  T.IK following able summary or charier"asks for permission to con-  Ihc policicnl situation ol today in slnicL ' a ,,lihvav l0 lhc ,,0,-thern  British Columbia, by a member of bom.dan. of lhc |Yovi���eo, tapping  the Dominion House, is worthy ol" AUin Kurll;cr j..[bnnalion reaches  reproduction, irrespective of paily, I us llirough Ulc cou,imis 0r the B.  and is 'copied from a valued ex- c GazeUc Ul;il ., COuipanv, cn-  change or recent dale : !lUled fhe ,'. KiUnKlL   i,imilcd)"  has  "Taking U al* round, the situa- ])Seii incorporated lo takeover lhc  lion 111 British Columbia is eleplor-., jglUs an(, concessj0jiS 0[" Uic parable. Wcin the cast are profound-'enL compaiiyi wilh a capital of a  ly sorry, for British Columbia'I million doljars> That the Kitimat,  might easily become the richest j UinUedj me;ms busjness is evid-  Provmce in the Dominion. There enced ,JV lhe lac. lhal surveyors  arc many excellent men as well as jmve been over the ^ and scc.  many excellent newspapers, but 1111-1 tious of lhe ���,-OLlud| from Kitimat  less they combine and succeed in '  establishing stable government and  inery.  Mining,  Pumping & Sluicing Machinery,  Centrifugal Sand, Gravel &"  , Dredging Pumps.  HYDRAULIC   DERRICKS ��� From 3 to to Ions lifting capacilv.     ���  HANI)    POWER    DERRICKS   of   1   to   2   tons iil'ting capacilv.  HYDRAULIC    GRAVEL    ELEVATORS,  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,     WATER    GATES,  ,   ' ANGLE    STEEL-  RIFFLES    &  HYDRAULIC    RIVETED     PIPE.  getting rid of the agitators,  booms-  Arm lo lhe canyon on the Skeena,  where extensive bodies of promising copper  ore  exist, a distance of  ters and other parasites preying up-' fort v miles,   and   from   the cauvo.i  on   the   body   politic, .there is not !to   Hazellon,    eighty    miles.    The  much hope for the  luture.    British | preliminary  survey  shows a.grade  .capitalists have well nigh   lost faith '  in the Province, but we in Eastern i  Canada still  cling to the belief that  the better sort of people will get to-  The Joshua Hendy Machine Works.  NOS,   3S   to 4.'  EKKiUON'l'  Strkkt,  .   SAN    FRANCISCO,   CAL.  Write for prices, circulars and catalogues, or call on  A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C  ���*o��o:o**>o.-��o*">O'*o<*o**>o**04o*��o**>o*$*K^  �� THE     KOOTENAY    HOTEL. \  Col<  George E. Hayes, Proprietor  First and Tkainok Strkkts.  This  l-'irst Class Hotel   has*   been   romodelnd and refiiruis'hnil thrnnirhout.  and offers the best iiccomimidiitioii   to   Transient or  Permanent  Guests.���Aineriean and European Plan.  Finest   Wines,   Liauors   and- Cigars.  Billiards    and    Pool.  ���s^'o:*'o.sK'-��<t<&'o*o<>a*'o*iK'-��o*fK^  gether before long and  lift the Province out' of   the ' mire.     No lime,  however, should be losl.    The present period of inflation   cannot last  for   ever ;  there  are ominous signs  of collapse in "Germany and Russia,  while of   late   railwav   earninsrs in  England have begun   lo  decline, a  sure   presage   that   the .inevitable  cycle   of depression   is not   far off.  British Columbians will have themselves   lo   blame if, when   the hard  limes     arrive,    they   suffer    more  severely than lhe rest of us.    There  is some talk of establishing a Cabinet on strict party lines.    The   necessity of introducing  partyism   is  not so imperative as the duty'which  devolves   upon   all   good   men   of  rallying round  some man  of character and giving the communtity a  much-needed rest from turmoil and  blatherskite."  A report has reached us from Hie  outside, but which, we hope, is  withoul foundation, thai Gold Commissioner Graham intends to place  his resignation in the hands of the  Department al the end of next season. He will return next spring  and remain here till October, when,  it is said he will leave Allin for  good. Mr. Graham" is now enjoying a well-earned holiday in lhe  Old Country.  ,111 no place heavier than one per  cent, and it described as " a very-  nice run up a valley.".  .Some distance beyond Hazellon,  in the Buckley" river valley, extensive coal measures have been located  and will be actively exploited by  the New Vancouver Coal Co. An  expert has been making examinations over these prospective coal  fields. He states thai it is altogether probable work will be  begun next season iu developing  the property.  Thus-it would seem that  the first  1 20 miles of lhe road is easy of construction,   while* the   prospects   .nil  along that distance are   sufficiently  encouraging to   justify   the undertaking.     It is a far cry from Hazel-  ton to Atlin, but it is staled lhal in  the intervening   distance   there is a  country,    once   opened up,   which  will 'offer a railroad'   the   most   encouraging  returns; while,   without  doubt, the Atlin   district, in a very-  few   year's, will   be a shipper to an  exleut sufficient to warrant a direct  railroad from the coast.  Other districts in the Province,  such as East Kor.leuay, West Kool-  euay and lhc Boundary sections,  could not show anything like the  prospects now visible here when  they were each lapped by branches  of the C. P. R. Look at the prosperity* of these sace sections today!  Allin's best days are still ahead  and a direct .all-Canadian railway-  will hasten thai lime.  ��� IHE ���HANH  ilOTEL  FINEST'EQIJIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTPIING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-GLASS  MANNER.  French Restaurant, in Connection  Rich & ,1-Iastih, -Proi'riutor's, .. ii).*\vm Hastik,, Maxagkk.  Corner of First and Discoverv .Streets.  Ikk. Gilli-'spik. Pro]).  Finest  Wines,   Liquors  and   Cigars-  Furnished Rooms bv the Dav,  Week or Month.  Hydraulic Giants k Hydraulic Riveted Steel Pipe.  Wo niaimfnetiirc. a full line of all supplies required for  Hydraulic   Mining*  We have now in our shops orders for 7000 feet of Pipe: also Water Gates, Hydraulic  Ciinnts, ote. Perhaps you may need something immediately from the following; lines  which we can ship at once from stock :  ENGINES  llO I L1"R.S  PUMPS  FANS      - ,   OiiK OARS OltlZ/d.IES  IILOWIJRS OltK ilUCKETS BELTING  HI.OWKKS VALVES ENGINEERS' KITTINGS.  ETC.  The Vancouver Engineering Works  Ht'OCESaona to ARMSfRONG   &   MORRISON,  Iron   Founders, Boiler Makers and Machinists.  OFFICE    AND- H'OKKS,    VANCOUVER,    It. C.  ���Tin?'report in hist week's issue Reported Deal on Gold Run.  of lhe action of the Dominion Gov- j ���  - -- '...'.  eminent in requesting the White j It has been reported b on the  Pais Si .Yukon Railway .Co. to fur-'streets that an important deal has  nisli the: Railway 'Department with : been consummated on Dr. Mil1  a schedule nf_ ilu.'. rates, will be 'chell's group of,, lenses ou Gold  hMiied'wi'ih ii.) -Jilt.!... .degree ol'curi- .'Run, but'at the time of going to.  o-rity, as it may i.u.-.-.>n a very ly-nt'  deal lo thi'-t'.e.'.'.fi'-.*i  ,;.[��� *.!���,,. .vjtcitt"..*. ,4.J.l>Il.ilJJ��   .AL/aAjI,-, I.1JK���.  ?27  <?<)   j!  ATtl^i>B*..C..-S..-\TODAVJ_ NOVEMBER, 30, tqot.'  First Street, Atlin, B. C��  Handle only the best Goods in the Mrirket.  I'KAl.liUS    IN  GrossersesP Fruits, FSssur, Feed  and Provisions. '  BEST   SERVICE    GUARANTEED.  Trv   our Teas and  Coffees.  THE CARRIER'S SIDE.  More   Information  Matters.  on   Mail  Log" Cabin to Atlin By the Fan  Tail. Trail No-Boulevard'-"--  Some Experiences.  ��� Social, Events of-the Week.  '. The opening dance given by Mr,  Hastie, at lli.i Grand  Friday.*, veiling, was.one of lhe successes- of the season. -A- larger  gathering ol" the fair sex was never  before assembled in Atlin, nor was  ,0 more enjoyable time ever.had by  the participants, than that afforded  by lhc popular .host of that deservedly popular hostelry. At midnight an excellent supper was  served, to which ample justice was  done. It is with pleasure we learn  thai it is Mr. Haslie's intention to  give dances at regular intervals  throughout lhe winter.  Thanksgiving Day was fitly celebrated on Thursday in both Atlin  and Discovery. A short service-  was given by Rev. Mr. Stephenson  in the English   Church iu the fore-  XJ(*T!f"'**   is herpliv  ' "   '\iill be nui'te In  noon. In the evrening a concert  was held, under the auspices of" the  Presbyterian Church. The church  was comfortably filled by an appreciative 'audience. Rev. Mr.  Russell occupied the chair. A:; excellent programme of songs, recitations, instrumental and gramaplioue  selections was rendered. Special  mention should be made of the  chorus of the school children, "The  Maple Leaf," followed by an encore,'  " Britai.uia"," Maggie McDonald's  song, with her encore, -'Comin'  thro' the Rye;" Dr.' Cameron's  concertina solo and Mr. Lumsder.'s  song and encore. Mr. Handlke's  violin selection's were very much  appreciated.  NOTICE.  In our last two issues letters  have appeared- upon .the subject of  ,, the mail delivcrv in Atlin, and we  have been looking for communications taking the mail carriers' side  of the question, but, so far, none  ��� have come lo hand.   ���  We have taken "steps to find out  the true condition of affairs existing,  on the winter trail from Log'Cabin-  to Atlin and learn thai there is  much to be said iu extenuation of  the carriers.  In the   first  place, the  new trail  cut at the expense *pf the   Govern-'  ment from Log Cabin   to   Hale's is  described   as   worse   than .r.o trail.  Trees   have, unquestionably,   been  cut, but the stumps, most of them  over lwo feet high, have  been left,  and, owing to the very slight snowfall up to the present, these-stumps.  make travelling with anything of a  load,  not   only   difficult   but Mati-"  gerous,, "the_ dogs-get torn and cut,  to sav nothing  about  the breaking  of sleds. ...  Again, when the carriers leave  either end for their trips they have  no idea what they have lo encounter en route, as may" be instanced from the expe:iences> met  with by the outgoing and incoming  carriers this week. Brown and  A bey left here Monday morning  with a good mail and on getting  ���a few miles beyond Taku encountered ice, which was too thick to  break through, yet barely strong  enough to travel ou with safety.  They hauled Iheir canoe, with thej  mail in it, ou a sled for seventeen  miles, along the edge of Taku Arm,  but the ice becoming dangerous,  they packed the mail on their backs  to Golden Gate  had run out, and they could uot  then make Hale's,-so had lo double  back to lhe Frenchman's, six miles  below Taku. They were to leave  there, ou the return at two o'clock  Thursday morning, but our iiifor-'  iformant expresses a doubt as to  thcirbeing able lo get to Hale's  until the ice becomes solid. With  McRae and Rani the experiences  were much the same. Otler lake  was ���.���'neilher-. frozen nor yet open  and they'had to come down the.  east, side -of the '."lake, which is  -strewn "with boulders. They broke  their way through the ice at Golden  Gate, and when lhe ice was strotig  'enough, Rant kept in front of the  ���dogs', testing'the ice, till they came  to open water again. They did  not reach Atlin till lale on Wednesday night, and left On Thursday  morning for Log Cabin. There is  no question but "that the carriers i}^s*c?i-on-1-1 '* ^'^"l"'^  bU;.-'t;;n->fil clian-.-es al this wiso:',y ! \\t'iii;. ibr./ August :uh'\<<'\-': '':  sjiveii  that   Hi-plication  tlii',l.!-^islii!iv>- A-sem-  j My nl I'ii- Province of J3riti��li Columbia al  I its ne.\t   .I's.iou   for an  Ac: In ineoiiporale n  I eouiiniiiy   wilh    power   In  construct,   riiuip.-  Hotel,   laSl i "ininiiiiii nail operate a liui* m*  lines  of rail-  ! twiy, (,r standard   (inline, from a   point nt. or  near lla'zelton,  on  the Skeeua   river, in the  District of Cassiar, by the most" fca.-dble and  practicable route to u   point   at or near the  Northern bounilury line of the  Province of  Hritish Columbia, at or ncur Tesliu Jake,or  Atlin lake, or both, nml also Troiii said lluzol-  fou   by   the   in..si   reasonable-   and  feasible  route   to   a   pc-itil    in   or*, iiniir  tin:   Eastern  boundary   line   of    tho   Province,   via   the  Sliccim,   Hnhiiic,   Driftwood,    Omineca   and  ' Fiulny rivers to the Peace Itiver Pass, theuee  Easterly to a point   at   or   near the Eastern  boundary of the Province:   with  authority,  also to construct, eniiipViiiaiiitain and  operate   branches   from   any   point   iu the proposed line or lines, not exceeding; in any one  case thirty miles in length, and  with   power  to   construct,   acquire,  own   and    maintain  wharves and docks in connection therewith,  and  to construct, own, equip  and maintain  .steam and other   vessels   and   boats, and to  operate   the same on any navigable waters,  and   to    construct,   operate and     maintain  telegraph  and   telephone  lines    alou^    the  routes of said railway and  its  branches, or  in   connection therewith, ��� and   to   transmit  messages,  for commercial   purposes, and to  collect tolls therefor: and to acciuirc anil receive from nny Government, corporation or  persons,   Krauts   of   laud, rights    of    way,  money, bonuses,  privileges or   other assi-t-  ance iu aid  of tho construction of the Company's undertaking; unci to connect with and  to enter into trnlfie or  other iirrnng;ements  with railway, .steamboat, or other companies,  and for all rights, powers and privileges necessary, usual or incidental .to  all  or  any of  fhe aforesaid purposes-  Dated this 21st day of October. A. D., 1901.  CollNWAI.L. ifc'RO'lEI'S,  Solicitors for the.Applicants,  noil-lit  The Le  Roy.    Ltd.    Liu.,   Mining;   Company,  owning; the Lk   Roy,   Hon Tail, Hlack  Jai'K', Huttk,   rsAHi��i,i,A,   Idaho,  Lkgai.  Tendeh, Little: Job   Fhaction Mineral  Claims, situated iu  Rainy  Hollow, Ch'il-  Icat Mining; Division of Cassiar   District,  Ii. C.  To FRANK   F.   CLARK,   HARNARO    HOYL  and GEO.  PIN/, iik otiii:k tiigiii Agent  on Acikntb : -  T     the    undersigned,   .bis.    W.   Smith,  part  * owner of theabove mineral claims, hereby ttive notice to the iiliove-iutmcd  Frank F.  Clark. Barnard Hoyl and Geo. Pins', or other  their Ag;cut or Agents that I   do   hereby re-1  illirst   the said. Frank    !���'.���   Clark.     Hiiriinril  Hoyl and Geo,, Piny, or thei i- Auent or Ag-ents  to' contribute   llieir   -.lin'res    ,,['  the   assessment work  done on the siii.I claims, viz: one  years'nssi'j.<iiiie*.it   work.   I com   .Inly, I'.iul to  July,   I9H2.   nmnuutiii;.!'.   resp.-et ively, to  the  Their    provisions    ''"'"   <-if SlILO."), SlCi'.lllaiid SlOI'.in.   Unless the  said amounts   be  paid   to   me  ou   or  before  the Ilitli day of  February  next  I   sluill  proceed, under i*,iul by virtue of the powers conferred by Section 1 of the  Mineral  Amendment Act, 1!H)0. repealing  Section   11 of Cap.  ���I!i of the Statutes of INiji.  ���Ids.  W. Smith,   ���  Hy J no. P. Lin ijsa r,   -  ��� Atty.-in-Fact.  Atlin, H. 0.. November lllth, lilill. :im  Vj-rriTICE is hereby trivi-ii that applieatiou  will be made to the Legislative As-  si.unbly'of the Province of Hritish Columbia  nt its next session by the Pacific Northern &  Omineca, Railway Company for an Art to  amend its Act of Incorporation, being; ill  Victoria, Chapter M, of the Statutes of the  said Province, by g;iviug; thu Company power  to build a branch line from any point at or  near llazclton on the main line of the railway by.the most feasible and prs'.rticnhl.'  route, following; the Henerul direction oC  Bulkier river ton point ai or near its junction with the -Ti'liimi river, in the Cnssini-  clistrict, and to amend Section II of the said  Act by increasing; the bonding; power.-, of thti-  sni f Company.  Dated at Victoria, 11. 0., this 21st day ol ,  October, 1901.  ConNWALi, & Rotii'.i'fi,  nofl-Ut Solicitors for the Applicant*.  -1-OK"  Alaska,   Yukon   and  ���    Northern   B.C.  PROM  Skagway to Atlin & Dawson  GO' TO  See HIRSCHFELD  Pacific Coast S.S. Co.,  APPLICATION FOR'LAND.  Pioneer Alaska Line.  "JVTOTICE is hereby i;iveii that Sixty iliiys  after date hereolYwc- intend to apply to  flic Chief Commissioner of Lands iiinl Works  for permission to purchase KiO acres of laud,  more or less (for terminal and industrial  purposes), described us follows: fn Cassiar,  Atlin district. Province of Hritish Columbia,  commencing; at a post about one third'of a  mile north of 4tliutoo river, on the lake  shore, marked "Hritish Yukon Navigation  Comj-nny's, Ltd., initial anil N- W- corner  post,"'thence east 20 chains, thence south 80  chains, thence west 20 chains to its intersection with lake shore. tli��ii��e following; along  the line of lake shore to the point of commencement.   '  Dated this Second day of November, 1901.  The Bhitish ITukon Navigation Co., Ltd.  per P. F. Soiiai'sohmidt, Supt., '  no9-St A-;eut.  NOTICE,  I,  "Anna   .Mahei,"   and   " Victokia " Mineral  Claims, situate about SJ..J miles  north of  Atlin.  To   J. S.  FEIIGUSON  OH OTilEtt   his Aiiknt  OK  A tilvNTS-  the   undorsijriied, Patrick Donovan, part  owner of  the   nbove   mineral   claims,  hereby ,i;iv'> notice to theabove named .1. S.  Ferguson or other his 'A.grcnt or Agents, that  I do hereby request   the said, J. S. Ferguson  to contribute hisshnro of assessment, work  done oil the said  claims viz.: one year's assessment work  rroin   lltli   August  and   Sth  September, 19(10, respectively, umoutitinj; to  the suiii of $S0O.   Unless  the said amount bo  paid to me on' or  before the 2'lrd day of November next I shall-proceed,  under and  by  virtue oT the powers eiiu'fr.rrt*d by Section 4  ���if the minernl'Ainin:..:ii.-'<'<i;   .<.������   ,'���������'���  ������...;���  7  NOTICE.  '"Rock or Auks "   Mineral  Cluiin,  situated  at Discovery (Jump, Pine Creek.  To ./. II. Ma m.ai.ki; and W Hoi.msiis-  wohtii on oriir.i! th Ki it Afii:.Ni*on Agents :  "iT/F.. the uudersipueil. W. C"J. Mitchell, ami  K. A. Wise, inirr owners of the nlu.vr  inim-ra! clniiu, hereby g^ivc notice to the  abiive-iiauied .1. II. Mallab-u and W. Holliu,'.'S-  worth or other tlieir Aj;eiit. or Ag;ents, that  we do hereby request the said J. IL Mallaleu  aiid W. Ilolliiiprsworth to contribute tlieir  share of the assessment work done ou the  said claim, viz.: Two years' assessment work  and survey, from May-2nd, IS'.'!), amounting-'  to the sum of ��2r>(l. Unless the said amount  be paid to us on or before the 12th day of  .lanuar.v next we shall proceed under and by  rirtiie-of thu powers conferred by Section 1  of the Mineral Amendment Act, 1900, rep"al-  ing; Section II of Cap. 45 of tho Statute*  ���of IS0!1. IV. G. MlTCHEU,.  F. A. Wish.  Atlin. Ii. (.'.. Oct. 12th. IIIOI. .se-7-:im  Safe, Fast, Punctual, Comfortable,  >' *      and Luxurious.   ,  Courteous   Treatment^  Splendid Meals.  FOB.  B.C and Puget Sound Ports  THE   ELEGANT   STEAMSHIPS  Leave Skagway  CITY OF SEATTLE; '   Nov. 5th  CITY OF TOPEKA, ,,    7th  Alternate  sailings  every five days  direct for Sound Ports.  Above  Schedule      subject     to  change without notice.  J. H. KELLY, Agent,  Skag;w[iy, Alaska  W.   WALLACE  GRIME  &  Co..  MINING BROKERS & COMMISSION AbtNrS.  Third Street, Atlin B. C.  h  PROVINCIAL SKCUKTAKV'S OFFICE.  lLTTS'liONOUIt the Lieutenant-Governor in  , . Council has been pleased to make the  followin-; iippointmeiit:���  EiiWAHn J. Thain, of Atlin. Estiuire, Mii'i-  inj;.Reeorfler, to ben Stipendiary Magristrate  in snip for the County of Vancouver; and to  hold Small Debts Courts iu and for the At-'  ]'������' L-il'.i- niu! Hciuiott Lake Minin'; Divisions,  I'.]'.!".���   <<T   tho   piii.l    odicea  -li,  ;y:< i"i*i.'i' 11  (.be ni,  J. II. lirownlee, P. I.. S., I). L. S.  R. C. Lotvry, A. M. I. C. T.  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  and Surveyors.  Pkakl Strkkt, Atlin, B. C.  if vou WANT  Information  conci*:rn.ino  Op'  b  MINES & MINING PROPERTY  In the Atlin District  WRITK  TO  A. G. Hirschfeld  Real   Estate  and   Mining   Broker,  P. p._itox/3'6: A11111."B. C.  .'   I > ��� *�������"���#!  ATLIN,  B.C..  SATURDAY,  NOVEMBER,  lo,   1901  PICKED UP liERE AND THEi<E.  I'hurdi   of' Ivngglaui'l :  St. Mint iii's Church, cor. Third and Triiin-  oi-streets. Suiulny services, Maiinsnl 11 a.  111., Kveusoii-; 7:'.I0 p.'in. t.'elebraiion of Holy  Communion. 1st Siinduy iu eui-h uioiith nnd  011 Special occasions. Sunday School, Sunday at II p. in. (Jonu'.iittee Mei'tings. 1st  Thtii'siluy iu each month.  ' Rev. I-'. L. Stephenson, Rector.   ,  St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church hold  services iu the Church on Second Street.  .Morning; service at II evening; service 7:IW  Sunday School ut the close of the morning;  service. Ruv. ���'. Russell. .Minister. Free  Rendiiiu liomii. to which all are welcome.  FREE���-One 1-1 in id red Dollars in  Prizes   in    the   next    Sixty   days.  Come early ai:d get your choice. ���-  E. L. Pi lima i: & Co. '       ���  -  George Coulls and Jack Parkinson had a risky experience, coming  iu from Log Cabin, with turkeys  for Thanksgiving. They both  fell into Otter Uikc two or three  times. Big Jack would not risk  coming beyond 1 Tale's.  For lounges and mattresses, go  to J. D. Durie, next' lo Kirkland  Hotel, -Atlin.  There is more solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  The members ol" the Atlin'Lodge,  A. O. U, W., No., 15, hereby challenge the World lo- a game of  Hockey,'lo be played in the new  rink, on the afternoon of lhe 20th  prox. Acceptances to l)e" sent to  Bro.  Richardson,  Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely-  pure.���It is sold in all the stores in  Atlii-i.  Avoid all aches and pain's by taking ii'Thermal bath at the Troy-  Laundry.   !  A. R'.: McDonald', of lhe Irving-  Hotel, Discovery, is the happy  lather of" a baby girl: born on .the  6th inst.   -  ���  Furnished"rooms 10 rent-���apply  Hotel Northern.  "G. B." chocolates at Dockrill  & Bourne's. '  UPPER PINE CREEK.  IV  Continued from first page,  shaft ejo feel in and have rich  gravel.  "Kangaroo" Brown; Stubbs  and others are working above  Symons and all these; are' reported  lo be making money, ���   .-  Canceller & Goodwin, who li.ive  big group or claims, extending,up  from the Sunrise upper hydraulic  pit' have a large .number- of men  working on lays, a::d as all these  men arc jubilant over lhc prospects  little more .need be said..    .  From   the   in formation   obtained  on lhc spot, the, pay won   averages  from $S to $30 a day lo    the   man.  Over   twenty   cabins    have     l>cen  creeled in the last   mouth and altogether there are 52 cabins   between  Discovery and a mile   above,   while  sonic 150 men  are   at   work.    The  '.'-imps, when cleaned up in Spring,  will conclusively prove that Allin's  golden harvest has barely begun to  be reaped."  The  gravel   from this  section of Pine creek l>ears a maiked  similarity to lhe gravel   of Boulder  creek benches.  Cummings<& JRiCha.rcison9  LADIES and GENTS FURNISHINGS  The .Largest  Stock  and  Lowest-Prices  in  the. Camp.-  0 ��� 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.  LOUIS, ,,SC  Successor  to'   .        . '"     ���  ���P. -Bciras '.&" Co*.,.  Wholsale and. Retail Butcher.  V EN-DOME ��� .HOTEL.  i.  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  .FREE FOWLING ALLEY.  above.  Mr. Stables is anxious to receive  samples of copper ore and to gel  full particulars of copper locations.  During his visit in the East and in  the Old' Country he met several  capitalists desirous of securing such  properties. Miners would do well  to bear'this in mind and communicate with Mr. Stables. Much good  may be the result.  Just received���A full and complete line of holiday goods.���Ii. L.  Pill man & Co.  Harry Heal is receiving- the congratulations of his friends���a son  was bom to him in Victoria.  While passing lhe Junction, stop  and have your dog-team photographed by Muirhead Bros.  On December 20II1, the A.O.U.  \\". will give a dance iu the Allin  Entertainment Hall.  I'lact-r Act, 1901, consolidated,  for sale at this office.  A dance will be given at lhe  Nugget Hotel, Discovery, on Friday, T.3th . prox., lo which all are  cordially invited. '  ['or choice, fresh, Dried Fruits,  Candied Peels, Nuts, Confectionery  and all Holiday Goods at cut rates,  go with the crowd to Nickerson's.  Placer Act, 1901, consolidated,  for sale at this office.  The ��� Temperature.  The average temperature for the  the last ��� week, taken five times  every 24 hours,' from noon, Friday,  22'd, to noon, Friday 20th iusl, is as  follows:  22tl.        "   . .- '"7  23d. " '. . 10.2  24th.      . . ":' 7.2'  25th.       . . . ij.6  26th.       .   ' . 19.4  27th.     .      :'     t5.s  2SU1.       . .     ���   U'  29th.     .      .       14 -  The highest recorded  above at 110011,011 the 26U1 and the  lowest 1 above during the night of  the 22nd. - The prevailing wind  has been mostly northerly and there  have been three slight'falls of snow.  A Chinook wind blew on the 26th,  causing a considerable rise in the  temperature. ,   '  f-jotel R u $ $ e IU  Choice, Wines, Liquors .and Cigars.."  ' Pool: and-BPards'free,  ���-���-������   First Class,* Restaurant,   '  Board  by  the  day,  week-or month,  at Popular "Prices.  JOS.   CHAPMAN,   Chef.  Hixort &  Burten,   Pro|}$<  was    30  Anyone knowing the whereabouts of Frank C. Garrison will  confer a favour' upon his relatives  by advising Mr. R. E. Gosnell,  Secretary of the Bureau of Provincial Information, Victoria, B. C.  Show Case for sale.���Apply at  the Claim Office.  Get your friends to subscribe for  "The Atlin Telegraphic Bulletin,"  ���: weekly.  Copies of   the new   "Placer Act .of  1901, cousoli.latcd with the Acts of j  1.S9.S and    i.Syy,    for   sale   nt   the I  Claim Office.  To Whom it Ma\- Conckkn :  Know all men by these presents,  lhal We, Tin-; Atlin Claim Puii-  i.i.shino 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.  The merchants of Atlin contemplate giving a ball and supper  some time in the near future.  The valued communication from  Postmaster Fraser, assoilizing the  mail carriers in the recent non-delivery oi mails and other matters of  importance therewith., is held over  till next week.  THE ROYAL II��TEL,  E.   RbS��ELLI,;"IV!anager.  1 ' 1  Corner Pearl and-First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  This   New   and   Commodious   HoteF-was opened to the. Public,  April  16th, 1901.���Everything in it is New.���Strictly F'irst Class.  CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  Fish,  C. DOELKER,  .    FRESH, MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Game   in   season .and   home    made    Sausage.  NORl'Ill-RN   HOTKL   BUILDING,    FlKST'STKKKT.  G. E. 1I.IYKS.  .1. (i. CoiiNia.i..  Discovery.  OPEN DAY  AND  NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION.  lleinlijiinrtcrs for Buhner & I'arrott's ->tng;e.  Thermal ���..Vapour  \L BATHS1\ "'  Troy Laundry & Bath House  Luke St., bet. Kant and Watson Ave.  Coi-TIN'. Prop.  THE   IRVING   HOTEL,  Pine City, B. C.  Has the Best Equipped Bar.  Tho McDonald   Entertainment   [Tall in Connection.-  A. R. ���MeOoNAt.u, Prop.  W. G, PAKTON,  '     NOTARV 1-L'lU.IC.  OFFICE:���Pcnrl Street, opp. Post Office.  All Kinds   of Mining Papers  Made   Out.  ���Several  years'  prnet ienl experience.   PINE TREE HOTEL.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors.   . Good stabling.  Ed. Sands, Proprietor.  TTTIRKLAND HOTEL,    .    '  KIR ST  STREET,   ATLIN.  .   J. KIRKLAND, - Managrr.  First-class dining room ���'*..";''  And Elegant Sleeping Rooms.   .  O.K.  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  I\ LTNR  Prop.  Now occupy tlieir new quartern ricxt  to'tli.e Bank of B. N. A.. First Street.  The bath rooms are equally aa g;ood n�� found  in  cities.   Prtvute  Entrance for Indies.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  -BEST   LIQUORS   &   CIGARS;  Goon   Accommodation. ��� Kestauiiant  in  CONNBC'l'IUN.  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Ciood Strtliting; for Horn-is and Do;-J.  TULES EGGERT & SON,  Swiss  Watchmakers, -  And  iiiau'ufaetiiring; jewellers.  All Jiiuds of niiffKet. work executed with  neatness and dispatch.  l'Ti'st   st.   next  to Vancouver General Store

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