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 /ft       ^T^  id.  a;-  VOL.   5.  .���ATI.IN. Ii: C, SATURDAY, XOVKMBl'.R, 9,    mjoi.  XO.  121.  <sSfc  k  re  BLACKETT  offering*    Special   Bargains   in  Large'Stock   of" Men's   Goods  theii  sivy  iNci.i'lu.vi:  -fwsste0  Caps, G��tfB��J!eff<'wt8��3r and &imes��  Their Stock of -Groceries is the Largest  and most Complete in Atlin. Thev  are prepared to give specially Close  Prices for  winter supplies.  examine, a.n  secure  n>.n  The Last Boat--Navigation  Closes  The White Pass Co. Withdraws  From Atlin Fop a Season---  The Scotia Refuses to Leave  Her Element.  Still No Wire.  Telegraphic communication 'lias  not yet been restored, but the  break is being rapidly closed up.  ���.-3  prices  oetore purcnas8  Sn^ elsewhere.  BLACKETT & CO.  IRON    STORE,    First  and  Trainor  Streets, Atlin/B. G  The Canadian * Bank of Commerce.  CAPITAL    PAID    UP    SS.ooo.ooo.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  San Francisco,  Poi'tland,   *  Skagway, etc.  Exchange s&FsS gss aSS Points.  Goi.n Dust Pi.kciiaskiv  - Assay Okkici*: in* Connection.  J. S.  MONRO, Manager.  ib  Wm.   WALMSLEY,    Proprietor.  -    FIRST   CLASS   IN   EVERY   RESPECT.    ���  Finn   Wines,   Liquors*,   mid   Liqiirs.- ���Slcibiintj for Nurses.  Ori-osm: Di:i'OT. '" CARIBOU,   Y.  t&  ancouver General Store,  e*3  Dealers  in Provisions,   Dry   Goocls,   Etc.,  A,   S*   GROSS   & <- Go.  l&^mm  SPKCIAI.TIKS   IN  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Broad, eic��  Goo.l  Room**, it. Kent - H.v i|n> Dny. Wf*.;!*.  Chas.  Mykk, Proprietor.  :.r Mont!, ut rensniiuMi** rates.  JIMMY REGAIN  Shelf asvd He&wy Hardware,  .Vow an.I .Si.i'oiid   Ilni.il   Tin ami Mnii.ito War.', Iron Sloel, I'iolis, SliovHs iu..I lllnr1<Kiiiitli'i*  Coal, (limit l-.m.l.'r, f,'ii|W, Kiisi- mill Vi'iUoii .Slows.  (Jootls   llau(|lil   Soid   iiiul * l!xcliiiii(|(!(l. '  The = Bank = of = British =  Ivtilalilislii'il in 1X30.    Iiic.n'iK.i'utril li.v Un.vnl Glinrlur.  Paid .Up Capital    -    -    -    -    -    -    $4,866,666  Rkshuvi..; X^ind   -    -   -"-���-    -    -   -$1.703.333'  Head Office in Canada: Montreal.  H. Stiickjian,  General  Manager.  Branches in all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in.New'York,  San Francisco, Seattle. Tacouia, Portland, .Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Etc.  . A'.SSA Y OFFICE  'Gold-Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.  ' OuarU A.ssaviug at Reasonable Rales.  Thc I,ast Boat ! To some, what  a melancholy sound il seems. Shut  out from civilization lor many  weeks; no mail, lo telegrams, no  ���nothing. Well might llie.se morbid  souls quote lrom Shakespeare,  "Now is the winter of oiir-discon-  tenl."  Fortunately, we are a hopeful  and a cheerful community, and as  "grumblers" can't stand' the "ler-  rors" of a northern winter, they  got out.  .We are, at Ihe moment, practically a world in ourselves. '.Phe  total population is in the neighborhood of 600���slightly in excess of  last winter. Of these, fully 250  are working on the creeks, which,  for a summer camp, is a good showing. In this regard, it is pleasing  to know that the majority of men  are working in pay, while good  wages are being paid.  On each successive year, the  boats have delayed their last trip a  few days or weeks behind its predecessor. The completion of the  W. P. & Y. line lo White Horse  has had an appreciable effect in  lengthening the navigable season,  and, unquestionably, as our immense mineral resources become  opened up, the boats will continue  lo run till tht: lakes close up. When  that time comes we may see a competing line to Atlin actually under  construciion ! We have been endeavoring to obtain figures as to  the freight traffic to Atliu for thc  season, but we cannot'ascertain  these, with any degree of accuracy;  roughly speaking, about 2000' tons  entered; an outlay in freight  charges of not less than $150,000 !  Calculations have been as to what  the freight charges mean per capita, and 20 cents a day is what we.  each pay to the railroad.  The Scotia made her last trip on  Tuesday, 5II1 inst., taking out  about fifty people,'together1 with all  the employees of the Company.  We learn that they had quite a time  in getting the Scotia on the ways,  she slipped back into the water  after she was supposed lo he comfortably fixed for the winter. The  Gleaner did not get away till noon  on Wednesday, and the passengers  are said to have had a fine time  waiting. Tom Sagemau is left in  charge ofthe local freight business.  Owing to the poorness ofthe trails  the winter mail service has not yet  got into shape, but the first outside  mail is looked for tonight,  British Reverse in Africa.  I.aie advices, under dale of Pretoria, Oct. 31st., Ivord' Kitchener  telegraphed .as' follows: "I have  just heard of severe raid made on  rear guard of Col. Benson's column  when twenty miles northwest of  Bethel, near Brakc-.ulaadle, during  thick mist. Strength of enemy is  reported to have been about a ���  thousand. They rushed gnus wiih  rear guard, but it is uncertain  whether .they were able lo remove  them. ' I hear our casualties weie  heavy. Col Benson was wounded,  but not seriously. Relieving column  will reach him this morning." *  Later. '.'Col. Barton, who marched from   Constabulary ' line yesler-  _day,      reached   Benson's     column  earl}'this   morning, -Friday, unopposed.    He   reports   that Col. Benson   died   of- his wounds."    l;ord'  Kitchener   then   gives   names of 13  other officers   who  were wounded,  most of,them seriously.    Then an-���  nounces that 54 nou-commis-s-oned  officers r.ii.-*r men-killed,, 160 wou,.--:-!***r-=  ed, adding   that   four of the  latter  have since died of their wounds.  Paid the Penalty.  Aubukn, N. Y., .Oct. 2o.~-I,eo:i  Czolgosz paid the extreme penally  exacted by law for his crime, at 7:  12.30 this morning. .He was  shocked to death 03' 1700 volts of  elec!ricit\*.  The Russell Hotel has opened its  dining-room; thai well-known chef,  Joe Chapman, is officiating, and  sets a table second to none in the  couulrv.  Up She Goes.  The average temperature for each  day, taken five times eveiy day,  from noon, Friday, Nov. 1st to  nco'.i, Friday, Nov. Sth, is as follows:  1 st.  2nd.  3rd.  4th.  ;    5th.      ...      .  6th,  7th. .        ,..'������  Sth. .        .  This shows a considerable rise in  the temperature sine.-: the last report. The lowest recorded was r.  above during the' night of the 1st,  and the highest, 35 above, at noon  on the. Sth. There have been two  slight snowfalls, and the prevailing-  wind was northerly until the  8th, Nvhen the wind veered round  to the south, producing an agreeable change in the weather.  A. G. I>:ar.  3al  love,  9.2  i 1  15  11  16.6  it  2 t. 2  t >  26  1 ���  22.<S  11  31  t t  **, r *  **i~  v  J  I- ATLIN,- B.C.. SA.TlTR.nAY,  NOVEMBER,   9,   rgoi'  ie .-Atlin Claim.  I'lililislicil   every    Sutiiriliiy   nioriiiii*^   liv  Tin; Ati.in Claim   I'i'iim.siiin'i Co.  A. (!. IIiiikcmi'KIjIi. I-'iiitok.  1). To 1111 I.hkh, Snl.-ICIilor.  I) Hi re oT iiiililii-iilimi IViii-I S-., Atlin, H.C.  Advert isin*^   Kates :    *-*l.(><)    i>t��i*   inch, <*:u'h  in-Jcrt ion.    Krn.lin^ notices, *i.*i   ci.Mits a line.  Special (N-i.lrnrt  Kates on aitpllcatioii.  Tlie ���stil.M.ript ion price in $5 u year pny-  alilc in advance. No piper will l.e delivered  miles t his co 1 id it ion is- coin plied with.  Satwkdav, Nov.   9U1,   iyor  Tine efforts being put forth by  the Board of Trade and the Fire  Committee lo prevent fires, and the  precautions being taken in the  event of any such occurring, should  meet with the hearty commendation  and support of thc citizens at large.  Too much care cannot be used in  thus safeguarding the interests of  the community and the co-opera-  ���tiou-of���tiTepublic should be extended to the Fire Wardens who  have l>eeu appointed to enquire into  and examine the different buildings  in the city for the purpose of having rectified any defects through  which danger mav arise.  FIRE .PRECAUTIOUS.  Three   New   Fire   Wardens  Accept  Office.  Will Mako a House  to, House ' In  spuction ��� GbjoeiioniLblo'   or  Dangerous   Shacks to be He  moved.  ������  Hydraulic  Mining  Machinery.  The first anniversary of the  birth of Edward VII. since he became King of the British Empire,  will be celebrated in a fitting manner as becomes the'eitizeus of Atlin.  A smoking concert will be held, in  the Atlin Entertainment Hall this  evening, which, from the enthusiastic way it has been taken hold of,  is sure to be a success. In this far  off sectioirof the King's domains,  we have not hitherto failed to show  our loyalty, and will not do so now.  Look for Platinum   in   Ycur.  Gravels.  The great increase  in   the  use of  platinum,   coupled   with   the   fact  that the production is stationary, or  decreasing,   is   raising the price of  of the  metal   rapidly.    It   is   now  more valuable  than   gold ��� $20 to  $2i   per   ounce,   ingot    platinum.  Hritish    Columbia    and   California  can both increase   their   production  if the   miners   will    undertake   to  save  the small amounts recovered  with   placer   gold.    In British Columbia,    iu   this   and   the Cariboo  districts,   the  amount  of platinum  caught with the gold is   quite  considerable,   and   it   certainly should  not cost to save in  parting from the  gold at thc  mines  but a fraction of  what it now sells for.    In  the Klamath region of California  the  proportion   with   the  gold is less, and  miners say it has   not  paid  to save  when parting.     Possibly  that may  have   been   the   case   when it was  only worth $5 or $6 an ounce crude,  but the   value   has   appreciated so  much now that the business of saving it seems commercially justified.  It is of interest to know that laws  are now being  enacted   in Europe,  owing to the limited supply of plati-  A meeting of citizens was held at  the Court House on Tuesday morning last at which three Fire Wardens were elected for ,the -ensuing  year. Nominations of Messrs. J.  Kirkland, Pilling and Olive were  received ��� and these ocntlemeii were  duly declared elected.  The Waidens held their first  meeting on Thursday evening and  decided to make a house to house  inspection, commencing this afternoon, for the purpose of satisfying  themselves that all precautious are  being taken by householders'to prevent fire.  Extensive improvements are being made upon ,the Fire Kail, in  order to prevent the lire engine  from becoming frozen when the  cold weather comes on. Double  wall are. being built, with a sawdust filling; a heater has teen donated by Mr. Cross, and a fire will  be kept going night and day. The  sum of $75*lias been appropriated  for the necessary improvements.  Mr.'Olive has donated, the first  month's supply of cord-wood, and  similar donations are'respectlully  solicited. Runners have been made  for the fire engine, and these will  at once be put on.  The citizens may rest assured  that every possible precaution is  being taken by the Fire Chief so  that the engine and appliances will  be in readiness at all times.  The following is taken from the  last Act, respecting the prevention  of fires in unincorporated towns:  The Fire Wardens, or a majority  of them, shall have the following  powers:  (a) To visit and inspect . at all  reasonable hours, all buildings and  erections in the town or its vicinity:  (,!>) To direct and regulate in the  town or its vicinity, thc position of  stoves, fire-places or furnaces, chimneys, stove-pipes and smoke-stacks,  and the removal changeoralteration of the same, or any of them, or  the position or condition or them,  and further direct that anything  shall be done by way of precaution  to avert fire;  Co) Generally, to take such steps  for the prevention of "fire in the  town, or to check its spreading, as  they may think fit.     '  Sec. 9. If any person shall refuse  to obey the directions of tlie Fire  Wardens, or a majority ol them, he  shall be liable, upon summary conviction, before a Justice of the  Peace, to a penalty  not  exceeding  Mining,  Pumping & Sluicing Machinery,  Centrifugal Sand,  Gravel &'  ,.  Dredging Pumps.  HYDRAUIJC ' DERRICKS ��� From -*���$ to 10 tons lifting capacitv.  -HAND. POWER    DERRICKS   of   i   to   2   tons lifting capacity.  HYDRAULIC    GRAV.EI,    ELEVATORS, >  HYDRAUIJC    GIANTS,    WATER    GATES,  ANGLE    STEEL ��� RIFFLES   .&  HYDRAULIC    RIVETJCD    PIPE.  The Joshua Hendy Machine Works.  " Nos.  38 to 44 Fkeihont Stkeet,  SAN    FRANCISCO,   CAL.  Write for prices, circulars and catalogues, or call on'  A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C.  ���'0.--��C8:t-��tf-**'0:'-��D-��Cf-*-��0-*D--K>.-��0.^  I T5E     K(3OTENAY    HOTEL. |  C()K  Geoi-go E. Hayes, Proprietor  Fimst and Tkainor Strkkts.  0  o  o  0  ���  0  o  )������>  ��  ����� �����o4��*o*ct-��*a-����*a*��*s��'��o-��<��;S'����* ���0-��'a-��:o:-��o>'O.-��-c(-����4iCi-��o-*:o-��'!S��.-��o-��  This First Clnss Hotel   lius   lioen   veinoileled uml refurnisliecl thrnujfliont  nnd offnis tlio best a..*i;oni.nodal ion  to  Transient' or Permanent  Guests.���Aniork'iu. nnd European IMi'in.  Finest   Wines,   Liquors   and   Cigars.  Billiards    and    Pool.  THE GRAND  HOTEL  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNER.  French Restaurant in Connection  Rick & Hastik,  Propriktoks;    David Hastik, . Manaok-r.  Corner of First and Discovery Streets.  ���  M.   Fole  Importer  of General   Merchandise  Miners'    -Supplies  OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C  Hydraulic Giants & Hydraulic Riveted Steel Pipe.  H'e nifiiiufncture n full lino of all supplies required for  Hydraulic   Mining.  We Iihvp now in our shops orders for ~M() feet of Pipo: also Water Gates, Hydraulic  Giants, etc. Perliaps you may nood somctliius: immediately from the following*'' linen  which we can ship at once from stock:  ENGINES FANS ORE CARS UIUZiSUKS  BOILERS        _ lU.OWIiKS OKU HUCKKTS HEI.T1NG   *'  PUMPS ULOWEKS VALVES ENGINEERS' FITTINGS,  The Vancouver Engineering Works  BUCCKSSOiiB TO ARMSTRONG   &   MORRISON,  Iron   Founders, Boiler Makers and Machinists.  OFFICE   AND   WORKS.   VANCOUVER.   Ii. C.    '  ETC.  T  E   GOLD    HOUSE.  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  Comfortably Furnished JRooms--By the Day, Week or Month.  AMERICAN . AND    EUROPEAN    PLAN.  J...I*. Kohi',, Malinger.  niiin, prohibiting its use in the arts   ...     ,���,,..  1 ,. .1 , 1 ���      filly-ablars ($50), and   any justice  where'.Aher-metals can be used 111-1    ��� v   -     ��� ����' ju="*-=  , of the. Peace  making such convic  tion may direct the execution of the  directions of the Fire Ward-ens, or  a majority of them, at the expense  ofthe offender, who shall be liable  to pay the same to the person effecting the same.  The latest market quotation = for  platinum in its crude state is #19  per ounce. .  Turner 1  WHOLESALE     DRY    GOODS,     LIQUORS    AND    CIGARS.  ^ Importers of all classes of Foreign Goods "�����  Victoria   and   Vancouver.  Placer   Act,  1901,  for sale at this office.  consolidated,  Sole Agents for:  BROWN'vS   4   CROWN   SCOTCH . WHISKY  CORBY'S    CELEBRATED   CANADIAN    RYE  A. B. C. BOHEMIAN   St.    LOUIS    BEER  MOET    &." CHANDON    CHAMPAGNE,  .  DRY    IMPERIAL  if  If  .*-^S��,(  ���!  ~ji 1      1 'ATLIN, ,B.  C, SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER  -901.  First Street? Atlin, B. G.  Handle only the best Goods in the Market.  OKA LICKS   IN  Gs����ismai��s5? Frists, Flour, Feed  t isssd PrQVssi&sssa  BEST   SERVICE   GUARANTEED.  IVv   our Teas and Coffees.  PLACER GOLD.  California  Opinion  of   Its  Source.  Tho Mining'& Scientific Press Offers a Plausible Sus'g'cstion  on the Subject.  a general  from its  rock dc-  ihe lode  Placer  gold   is   not, 11s  rule,, found very   distant  ��� original placeof  lode   or  posit.    The   hardness   ot  rock,  fineness   of   the   particles of  gold; nnd   the   relative   hardness of  the lode-enclosing   rocks, compared  with the country rock down stream  are conditions which   exert more or  less influence on the distar.c^ of the  .deposit from-its source in the rocks  in   place.    Very   fine   particles   of  gold   will   float,    particularly if in  ill iii scale; also such rock fragments  as contain fine particles of gold will  be moved   farther   from   the place  from which broken out from a lode  than   pieces   of"   rock   containing  coarse gold.    Gold in honeycombed  quart/,   or     oxidized ��� iron-be.iring  quartz is   very generally freed from  the quartz   before being moved far  from its original   place; as a matter  of fact, much  of   it   is ' completely  broken up, freeing the gold in place,  to   accumulate  and ��� form a pocket  right on top ofthe large'outcrop or  1t" anything, more likely to be  plentiful near the top of a deposit,  rather than at. the bedrock or bottom. The value ofthe bedrock deposit cannot be correctly estimated  fr.ini this'light gold of the top wash,  it is only safe to estimate from prospecting iif the entire depth. Generally a j-nidalion downward of the  size ofthe particles can be observed,  beginning at the lode source.  Coarse gold is very'gene-ally found  close to the original lode source,  very light gold at a considerable  distance from it. Generalizations  as to probable quantity in a deposit  are unsafe without 00115 iderable  prospecting, covering a coi:s'derably  large area.  Ikk.'Gii.i.ksi  Finest  Wines,   Liquors' and   Cigars:  Furnished; Rooms by the Day, ,  ' Week or Month.  ���MOTICE   is hereby  will be inii.le (o  A Drifting Hint.  The wedges in timbering up to  a working face should be driven toward the face, not from it. The  impact from flying rock from blasting tightens the timbers in place if  the wedges are driven toward it,  but it is likely to displace the timbers if the wedges are driven from-  the blasting direction.  given that npplicatio,  the Legislative Assembly of thu Province of Hritish Columbia ut  its next, session foi* an Act to incorporate a  company with power to construct, equip,  maintain an.I operate a line or lines of railway, of standard gunge, from a point at or  near Ilnzcltoii, on the .Slicena river, in thc  District of Cassiar, by the most feasible and  practicable route to a point nt or near tlio  Northern boundary line of the Province of  Hritish Columbia, at or near Te&lin lake, or*  .Atliii lnke, or both, mid also from said Ilazel-  ton by the im.st reasonable and feasible  route -to 11 point at or iienr the Eastern  boundary line of the Province, via the  Skeena, Babine. .Driftwood, Omineca and  riulay rivers to the Peace River Pass, thence  Easterly to a point   at   or   near the Eastern  FOR  OI'  Alaska,   Yukon   and  Northern. B.C.  vkom  Skagway to Atlin & Dawson  GO  TO  boundary of the Province:   with  authority, | O TT TT) Qr>TTT? T.A T   ~\'\  nip, maintain and oiier- ! OCC      -LJ_ -I -LvO V^ _L JL _F J_y .1 _��� J-'  It.  The  soft  immediately  below  country   rocks,    by   wearing down  under erosion    more   rapidly .than  the relatively harder   rock, by limitation up and down stream, are evidenced by  successive  parallel cutting,    and,    in    the   comparatively  broad   level  stretches thus formed,  furnish   places   for   long-continued  deposit   of  gold-containing   rocks,  which   there   become    broken    up  and    deposit   their contents of gold  when    they   themselves   in smaller  fragments are pushed onward down  stream.    In   the   harder rocks, the  cutting is continuous   in practically  one line, so   that   no   places of accumulation of gold-containing rocks  are made, and    there   aie comparatively small accumulations.    In the  California   mountains   the streams  cut   through   successive   bauds  of  gold-containing rocks, so  that  distribution of deposits of placer gold  were formed, over  long-continuous  channel   distances,    as    compared  with  many   other   districts.    Normally, ,5 miles from the upper limit  or lode source to   the   lower   limit  beyond'which" there   is . gold, but  insufficient  in   quantity   to be payable, is aboiitthe limit;   Above the  lode source there is,   of course, nothing.    Below  the workable placer  there is  a  long   down-stream   distance in which there  i.s gold, widely distributed in; traces that are  apt  to be misleading.    These fine'colors  aud general -respects are due to the  widely distributed   fine gold that is  more or less floatable,   either  by itself or as fine particles in fragments'  of lode rocks.    These   particles are,  NCTBGE.  ���'Kim'K cik Anus"   .Mineral   Claim,   situated  nt Discovery Camp, Pine Creek.  TO J. II. M'l.l.AI.Ei; AND W. llOT.I.IN*(*S-  Wolt'lll O.U Ollllil! TIIKII1 AuENT OH AGENT'S :  VT/'E, the undersigned, \V. G. Mitchell, and  F. A. Wise, part owners of the above  mineral claim, hereby give notice to the  above-named J. II. Mallaleu and \V. Ilollhigs-  worth or other their Agent or Agents, that  we do hereby.request the said J. II. .Mallaleu  and W. llollingsworth to contribute their  share of the assessment work done on the  saiif claim, viz.: Two years' assessment work  and survey, from May 22nd, ISDi), amounting  to the sum of $250. Unless the said amount  be paid to us on or before the 12th day of  January next we shall proceed under and by  virtue of the powers conferred by Section *I  of the Mineral Amendment Act, 191)0, repealing Section 11 of Cap. ���15 of the Statutes  of lS'Jil. : W. G. Mitciiklt..  V. A. Wisk.  Atln.. It. O., Oct. 12th, 1901. se-7-Sin  also to construct, e<i  nto branches from any point in the proposed lino or lines, not exceeding in uny one  case thirty miles in length, and with power  to construct, acquire, own and iiu.ir.tnin  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 along the  routes of said railway and its branches, or  iu connection therewith, and to transmit  mossuges, for commercial purposes, and to  collect tolls therefor: and to acquire and receive from any Government, corporation or  persons, {mints of laud, rights of way,  money, bonuses, privileges or other assistance in aid of the construction of the Company's undertaking anil to connect with and  to enter into truffle or other arrangements  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.  COUNWALL &  R0li BUS,  Solicitors for the Applicants,  iiofl-tit  Pacific Coast S.S.Co.,  Pioneer Alnsl��*i Line.  Safe, Fast, Punctual, Comfortable,  and Luxurious.  Courteous  Treatment.  Splendid  Meals.  NOTICE.  ''Anna   Mauki,"   and   "Victoiha " Mineral  . Claims', situate uhotit Vi miles north of  Atlin.  To  J. S.  FERGUSON  on otiikii   his Acknt  oh Agi:ntm :  T     the undersigned, Patrick Donovan, part  * owner.of the above mineral cluims,  hereby givo notice to the above named J. S.  Ferguson or other his > gent or Agents, that  I do hereby rc.|nest the said J. S. Ferguson  to contribute his share of assessment work  done on the said claims, viz.: one year's assessment work from Ilth August and 8th  September, l!W, respectively, amounting to  the sum of ��200. Unless tho said amount be  paid to me on or before the 23rd day of November next, f slinli proceed, under and by  virtue of the powers conferred by Section 4  of the mineral Amendment Act, lllfltl, repealing Section Hof Cap. 4.1 of .'the .Statute* of  I805��.- Pathick Donovan.  Atliii, II. if,'., August 24th, 1901. Au24-.ini  TVTOTICE is hereby given that application  will he made to the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Hritish Columbia  at its next session by the Pacilie Northerii'it  Omineca Railway Company for an Act, to  amend its Act of Incorporation, being: CI  Victoria, Chapter 50. of the Statutes of the  said Province, by giving the Company power  to build a branch line from any point at or  near ITazcItou on the main line of tho railway by the most feasible and practicable  route, following the general direction of  Bulkley river to a point at or near its junction with the Tehiuu river, ii: the Cassiar  district, and to amend Section 11 of the said  Act by increasing the bonding powers of the  said Company.  Dated  at  Victoria,   15. C,  ibis 21st day of  October, 1901.  Coit-N'WA I.L &  ROCKIIH,  no9-(!t Solicitors for the Applicants.  B.C. and Puget Sound  Ports  THE   ELEGANT   STEAMSHIPS  Leave .Skagway  CITY OF SEATTLE,     Nov. 5th  CITY OF TOPEKA, ,,    7th  Alternate  sailings  eveiy five days  direct for Sound Ports.  Above   Schedule       subject     to  change'without notice.  J. H. KELLY, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska  G. R. IN- Co,  Sailings From Skagway:  APPLICATION FOR LAND.  IK   YOU   WANT  I nform art-Ion  CONCURNINO  MINES & MINING PROPERTY  In the Atlin District  writ j.-: TO  A. G. Hirschfeld  Real  Estate  and   Mining   Broker,  P. O. Box, 36. Allin, B.'C.  lyfO'ITCE is hereby given that Sixty days  after date hereof, we intend to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Landsand \V jrks-  for permission to purchase 100 acres of land,  more or less (for terminal and industrial  purposes), described as follows; In Cassiar,  Atlin district. Province of Hritish Columbia,  commencing at a post about one third of a  mile north of Atlintoo river, nit thc lake  whore, marked "Hritish Yukon Navigation  Company's, Ltd., initial and N. W. corner  post," tlienceenst 20 chains, thonce south 80  chains, thence west 20 chains to its intersection with lake shore, thence following along  the line of lake shore to thejioint of commencement.  Hated this Second day of November, 11)1)1.  Tun HuiTisu Yi'kon Navigation* Co., Ltd.  per  V. I". SCHAItHCH.MIDT, Supt..  uo9-8t Agent.  BROWNLEE & LO WRY  .1. II. Brownlee, P. L. S., D. L. S.  R. C. Lowry, A. M. I. C. K.  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  and Surveyors.  Puakl Stkkkt, Ati.in, B. C.  . S. Hating  Sept. 2<Sth.  Oct. 8th.  ,,  i8ih.  ,,  28th.  S. vS. Amur,  .Sept. .23d.  Oct. 3d.  ,,    23d.  and every ten days thereafter.  H. B. Dunn, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska.  W.   WALLACE  GRIME  & Co.,  MINING BROKERS & COMMISSION AGLNfS.  Third Street, .Atlin B. C.  LAND ACT, 1901,  -JVTOTtCK is hereby given that Sixty day*  after date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands anil Works for permission to pre-empt tho following described  trnet of land in the Atliii Mining Division of  Cassiar, H.*C.. commencing nt it post planted  at the S.I3. corner of Let 241, K. J. Hughes,  near the Atlintoo Kivor, thenco 20 chains Ii.,  thence 10 chains S. to tho Atlintoo River,  thence along said river SO chains to the S.W.  corner of Lot 241, thonce 40 chains along-  south boundary of Lot 244 to point of com-,  mencement, containing 1130 acres more or  less. * E. .1. Murines.  Atlin, B. C. October 20th.. I'.lOl.  Si  m  ���A  * 1  4  5 *"^l m  : *%m  VI  '���-,') I  ':AthlN^  PICK ED U P HERE AIM D TH ERE;  Cliiir.-ii 'of, Uuglitu'd i".  St. .Mart i u's(.!h ii rcli, .���<��:���.'I'll ir. I mid Trnin-  (ir streets. Sniiilny1 services,' Ml. I i lis ut II a.  .���'in.*, ICv.'iisoug 7::i(l p. in. ('.���I.'liriilion nl' Holy  C'oiiiniuiiioii, 1st .Sunday in.'i-n'i-li niiintli nnd  on .Specinl .-..(.'(���nwi.uis; Sunday School. Sunday iii :s , I���-: 111. , (.'..niiiiil t�����<��� .Meetings,! 1st  Thiii's.ln.v ii.'eti.-!i tininl li.  ''.*������.���'��� y   l.'.'v'. !���'.' I.. Stephenson, lie.'lor.  St. A nil row's Pre>l.yterinii ('htii'rh 'Iii.Id  M.'i'vi.'e*.* in tli... Chu'ri'-li" mi Sccoi.d Si reel.  Morning service nt, 11 eveniu'g, service*'���" ::W  : Siin.In.v Scl...ol,nt 11... ..[..se i.l'-*.,| i.e. luoriiilig  K.-rvir... Kev. .1. Knssell. , Minister. l'reo  lii'iiili'ng Kodin.to wliieb nit are welcome. !  "y v'.We are. glad   !o announce lo  oiir  ;.'.*v:yfrieiidsyii;v^  ,.' : Russell will delivery his'iexcelleut  ' ; : leclii're yupoii : "'Irelancl;: Religious,  ..���I',;/Political.;, aiid...", Wducatibiialy'rni llie  ;yyyychin:cli,; upon the;evenuigyol'Tlilirs-'  -  -yyday; 2 istviiisL**   Wfi 'can vinbst-cor-i  yyyy-.diallyyrecoinineufl yhothythe.leclui-er;  ���yaii'd.-the-^iiiiject. y The^iouf',isi8 o'*-  ^.yy;clpck.y-;^v;;;.y',:v:- -vyVJ "������' ./y.yy'y  ':,..."....Jas.* Clark and John: Fou'iitain;  yyivhaveybouglit lhe<-.:''.Comet;': niiue-  : yral:; olaim, ailjoining ..theif;a\'erdier;  yyv group,.���-.on;.Copper-:island* -andvyare:  y   going down to open'   up the vclaihi.  -yy: We i:.'are.**; giyen :to' understaiidtlie;  property: is;a'.valuable one-;and that.  ���   vit ha^;:tliey ekle.i*sion -of theVLaver**  ���*. y d iere: y lead.; ;y ���-;; We   .wish ,y t h"i ��� * boy s  vriy everyprosperity in'Uieiryveiitiire.-yv  y 'y "y;A-Turkey ������Raffle will bz held, this  yy evening vat the KooLeiiay- Hotel at  yyv;6-30-yy; Come and. get ;a prime bird.  yy:::y$KE^  yyyvprizesyyiiiythe: nextyvSixtV': ;days.;:  j v -Come- early*, an d get -'���' your; ;cli oice'. --rr  v^^U^yPi^  ���"'��� :y'r: CopieS ;ofr;ili"e"jTe\V'"Pla6er/A  '���''���.:./igox,,consolidated with the Acts of  yiS9S. and y.iS99,v for ������.sale Vat'   the  VClaim Office. V ":: y":/   ; ::...*  The  Grand   Hotel, has 'now. re**.  ���".* y ceived its* finishing, touches.-   The  .very, extensive iinproveuieiils.which  .Aline Host Haslie has put upoii his  hotel-is a good indication that Dave  isa ."slayer;" and  intends keeping  up  the  reputation   the  Grand has  always;, enjoyed ���'Phe '��� best y First  ��� Class.*hotel.in' the district.  A. Grand  Opening   will  be given---on a date  v to be   announced   ���taler-*-*- to   which  ���: Mr. Hastie cordially invites his nu-  -;���';��� merous- friends ;in -Discovery,   the  creeks and Atlin.   :  For   iounges  and   mattresses, go  v to J. .J). Durie, : .next   to   .���Kirkland  Hotel, Atlin.     V  There is more solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea,.than'iii a  gallon of most beverages.  Avoid all aches and pains by taking a Thermal bath at the Troy  Laundry. .:."���.-  A farewell dinner was given*lo  Dr. Seharschmidt, Supt. of the J*;.  V. N. Co., on .Monday'evening,' bv  Bub Dixon, at the Russell Hotel. A  very pleasant evening was spent by  the guests. Hob makes an excellent  host.'  Hltie Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure.* Il is.sold in all the stores in  Allin.  Get your friends to subscribe for  "The Atliii Telegraphic Hiilletin,"  ���twice a week --- See publishers'  notice above.  Placer Act, 1901, consolidated,  for sale at this office.  The regular bi-monthly dance  will be held on Friday next at the  Atlin Kntertaitinient Mall.  y-It: wouldyyno.doubty:. bcAvillf sbine  siirprise to' the many',. friends of Wv  H. Vickers 'to, receive invitations to  his;vniarriiige,v:which v took place at  Victoria .-on* the* 39th. ulto.v '::]';I'c"**\vas'  married v at'���;. St. v John's: Churclulo  Miss���I;ucy,y daughter ':of :Mr. and  Mi-s.vy Mel lory yof -^Victoria.;;- Miss  Melloi* speut.y.soiue weeks iii Allin,  last summer. ; We extend io Mr:*  ���andMrs'. \*id<ers youi'vlieartiest ie-  licilalions.v.yyv.: \j-yj yyv;.;y  .,: vA\'l 1 ilevpassiug'.the Junction,ystop;  and , bavc. y\'oui'* cl.og-leani plioto-  grapliecl by-'Muirlicad Bros. .<��� v-  y. j ust -;recen'edT���A ;:fiil 1 y and .-coin-:  nlele'-Iine.of holidayygoods. ���-].C.: fyiy  Pilliuaii it'Coyy v ' -v yvy : y.v.v'yv.  .:: : Kiiiui.-ihed rooiiis io ieiH-i;-annlv  1-r;6tel;:.*N6rlhcrh'.'-* 'v'; V'���'���y>:-y-yy--'r:-:;  y-;:v'G;viiryvchb(-:ola;i^  &;;Boiinic's.v'-:v ���v^-Vvt ,j:v'-y v-V1.  y 'Placeiy.. Act,.. 190 (.v consoliiiater^:  lorysale^at -- ti i i s :'on-Tce--^*---~---^-- --V^--:_ V-'-----:-'*:'- '--'li.*.;  !m;rrB,iH^s^^  Piarc   V;^:::v;;L;A |l-I;E  .������I he  Largest -Stock ���-and .Lowest jPricesy in  the  C  '������.���.;; ;^,;i-;:v;*Vv-;^-*^;^  :*STpCK'::.QE|^^  y, /ry/y ^n]ic":.::';:batest,y ,St y-l es y ;n:iv;;:Hats.:y;:; *' ///  ���!;,/ v-;.'v*y'-; ::'y' ;:y*v*;p-JR/yPRICES;* AiRE';:.':B'ARGAlNsl;*.,v;^y;''y*yt: yyv;;.y:; yy ..*.  .At! in   and* Discovery,' B.*C,   and y White   Horse,; Yukon.;:  \-^iJ&^i^'.  '    'f :i  Successor v to  M��.  -W110I ^ a 1 '.���.i a h cl yQ^taiyl^iButclici^;  wwm  ::yGhoicest;yV^ines,: Liquprs;&yCigars:y  mm:  C Htyi ce ;^i;ri es,^  WILL. UK  Celebrated  BY. A  Boardyhy:;:the" day,yyw  ���'���'���'0y/"y:-r/~JyyZ  .������*���'.='���������:- ~\.--i ~-s%r'y.y~y ''���'������ -,. v. ��� :vv..: 'vyy.* '���'.*��� -;- ������������----+9* y ���; v.. .v���-y-: vvv::.vy*:V'Vs:vy" *.���,������* .'���yv''iv:,;;-'';'v'v.";  v"*y:'ET55s �����'���'"'  2/  ?A  'v- E.yROSSELLl,;*'IVl*anager.;.;:*-''::,y.:;v,:yr:y y...;.7:  Corner Pearl and: First Streets, Atlin, B. C.'.''*::  This- yNew   and   Commodious   Hotel was opened; to the .Public,vApril  vi6th,: 1901.���Uverylhing in it is,- New.��� -Strictly .First Class. ;::'    v.  CllOSCcSi WINES, UOUOHS AND CIGARS--CASE GOODS A SPtCIAL IV.  ";y to mr iiKi.n  Tli is Eve hi rig**-  ���''���''.*    r.v thi-: "������  -  Atlin   Esiterisisginieisi   Hall  ��� ���*&+- ������ -  The Best Local  Talent Has  Been Secured.  (V  ���   -       ������- - ���  The   Chair]  Will    Be    Taken    at  "   8.30   Sharp.  DON'T   MISS  THE FUN  (50IJ  SAVK T11IC K\K().  -...- .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  Nurtiikkn T-IoTKiyBuii.Dixc;,   Pirst Strkkm'.; '������';  '"C!."l-:. llAVHSV  .l.li. CuKNKI.I.V  <ii.i  Discovery.  OPKX  I)AV AND NIGHT.   *  -���-.*_ ____" ������..���.r.'.'.,.��� ��� ���  FIRST-CLASS RKSTAURANT  *   .':;.IN;-,--'-/.'.  ,���'':       ; CONNKCTION.'  Ilcri(l<inartfrs .'or Hiiliiii;r .M I'nrri.U's kUi^o.  ''Flieriilal'^^'Vapotir.'  ^/^���Bft.THS.^/;/:  Troy LaiiiitSry.���& Bath House  l.iiUii St.. Iii't. liiint ami Wats..11 Avi;.  Uofi'iN. Pr<i| 1.  THE   IRVING   HOTEL,  Pine City, B..C.  Has the Pest Fquipped bar.  'I'll.! Mcllniiiil.l   Iviit'M'tiiiiiinciit    Hull in ('on-  ii.'etion. ..  A .   It. Mr-lliiNAi.ii. Priip.  17'rRKPANI) 'HOTIil.,-  1\  '   "   " KIKST   S'I'UlvKT,   ATI.IN.  J.  KIRK-LAND,  -Manaci-k.  First-class dining room  And 'JClegant Sleeping Rooms.   BATHS   "  BARBER SHOP  l'\ .UNK Prcip.  Now (ii:c-iip.v tli��ir now iiiiurli'i's next  to tin; Hunk ol' H. X. A., I-'irst Street.  'I'll.; butli rooms ii ro oimiilly as jrimil as foiiml  in   ritiii*-.    Private  Kntriiiiei' lor laities.  NO'l'AliV   PUIII.IU. ���������..-     . ���  ���.OKKICJK: - Pearl Street, opp. Post. OfJliii;.  All Kinds   of Mining Papers  Made   Out.  ��� Several  year *'  praetieal experience.���:-  DISCOVICRV, Ii. .C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  K11. Sanph, Proprietor.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  UKST   I.IQUOKS   &   CIO A its  Coon   Accommodation. ��� IIkhi-aiiiiant  in  ClONNKCTICS.  S. .IOIINSTOX, Proprietor.  Good Stiiblinji* I'm- Hoi'hcs anil l)o^:s.  ULIvS FGGIvRT tS: SON,  Swiss  Watch ma kicks,  Ami   i.iai.iil'ai't iiri.i*,'* jewellers.  All UIiiiIn ol' niiififiitwiirli exeenleil with  iii.-atness anil ilispateli.  I'irsl   st,   next   lo Vaiieonver Oeneral Sloro  :v'|}I  ���-il  vy/;V1^l  ...... ifl  -:-VV..^'l  Ml  Iii  i  i![  !i  in  1 >t  ��  i-&^J^giLtiiUj'j.U4ii*iiiigft  <',*i4wa,^^v=rtu.'.''''

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