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The Atlin Claim 1901-10-12

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 *s  7  VOL.    5*'  ATIJN, H. C, SATURDAY, O0TOB1CR, 12.    igoi.  NO.   117.  ISCOUNT    SALE.  We are going lo reduce our large stock -.if   . ,  SHOES���.--Ladies'&  Men's in all Grades.  Men's Clothing, Underware and Hats  Our Stock of DRY   GOODS   is also too largo for the   needs of Atlin.  We need the Cash; you need the goods, and if not we want to  make an inducement for ynu lo buy against the lime when you  will  reed  lliein.  FOR THE  NEXT 30   DAYS  We Will Civic 25   per   cent   discount   on  All Goons  Purchased Kkom The Above Lines.  Our   prices   are   already reasonable,  take 25 per cent off and the  result ought to satisfy the most careful buyer..  Partners in the Blue Canyon  Sell Out  And Throw Down the Shovel For  the Joys of City' Life ���A  Popular Hotel Changes Hands  BV IKE WAY.  Some Items of Local Interest  to' tl- e Camp.  ;   ���  BLACKETT & CO.   ' "  IRON    STOREt    First  and  Trainor  Streets, Atlin, B.C.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  . CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $8,000,000.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle, .  San Francisco!  Portland,  ���   -x  ���--*���-���  - - -        -Skagway, ete:  Exchange sold on ail Points.  Gold Dust Purchased���Assay Opeice in Connection.  J. S.  MUNRO, Manager.  The. Carri-boo- riotel  Wm.   WALMSLEY,    Proprietor. L  9  FIRST   CLASS   IN   EVERY   RESPECT.  fine   Wines,   Liquors,   and   Cigars.  Opposite Depot.  CARIBOU,   Y. T.  The Vancouver General Store.    ���  Dealers in Provisions,   Dry   Goods,   Etc.,  A.   S.   GROSS   &   Go.  SPECIALTIES  IN  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc.  Chas.  Myek, Proprietor.  Good Rooms to Rent���By the Day, Week or Month nt reasonable rates.  SKAG WA Y,   Alaska.   WHOLESALE   GROCERS  "ai.ho pbai.khs in  '���****** Hay   and   Oats w*#a*  We Make a Specialty of Perishable Goods and respectfully solicit  Your Mail Orders ���Satisfaction Guaranteed.  Iu our last issue a description of  the properly owned by the Blue  Canyon Mining Partnership was  given, while this week we have tu  announce that a number of the  partners have sold out From a  miner's point of view the deal is a  rather novel one, but the consideration runs into five figures, and- from  an outsider's opinion both parties to  the deal have done well.  Messrs. Carlson, Doyle, Rose,  Koford and Prescott have sold out  their interest in the property to  Jack Letherdale of Discovery and  lhe price, a big amount in cash and  all his right, title 'and interest to  that popular hostelry, The Gold  House, Discovery, together with all  stock, fittings and furnishings. The  purchasers at once formed -a new  partnership, with,.it is understood,  Mr.-J.-P. - Rose .as -manager.. As  will be seen in another column,  a grand opening, under the new  management, will be - given next  ���week. If the boys have the same  success i:i the hotel business as they  had in rhe Blue Canyon they will  do well, and we wish them every  prosperili".  By,the purchase of this valuable  piece of -mining property���a one-  half interest���the five individual  interests become one and in consequence the property can be more  economically handled. It is understood that a partner of Mr. Lelher-  dale's has an option on the other  five shares and is now negotiating  for the active exploitation of the  property next season.  A Mining" Engineer's Views On the  Camp-'���Monro Mountain ��� Mill  ���    Agsi 1 at' Work.  Gold Commissioner . Graham  Leaves for a Well-earned Vacation.  The = Bank = of = British = North = America  liKtiiblished in 18S6.   Incorporated by Royal Charter.  Paid Up Capital    -   -   -   -    -    -   $4..866,666  Reserve Fund   -    -   -----   $1,703,333  Head Office in Canada: Montreal. H. Stikeman,  General  Manager.  Branches hi all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco, Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Etc.  ASSAY OFFICE  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Takenon Consignment;  ,   Quartz Assaying at Reasonable .Rates.  J. D. Graham left on Thursday  for a well-earned holiday1. Pie has  a leave of absence for six months.  He goes direct to Victoria, thence  to his home iu Revelsloke. We  wish him a pleasant lime and will  be glad to welcome him back again.  It is understood that during Mr.  Graham's absence, the duties of  Gold Commissioner will be fulfilled  by Mr. K. J. Thaiu, Mining Recorder, and the next B. C. Gazette,  it is expected, will announce the  appointment. '      .  The first break in the , Ashcroft-  Yukon Telegraph line occurred this  week, near Hazelton. Communication was restored late last night.  Among lhe arrivals Ibis week  from the outside was Mr. William.  H. Hile, of Philadelphia, Pa. ' Mr-  Hile is Consulting Engineer for  several big mining companies in  the east, and is on a trip of inspection to endeavor to verify the repot Is which have gone ah.ro id as  to the district's possibilities as an  hydraulic ar.d'quart,- camp. His  time is now verv limited, but had  he imagined the outbok was hall  as, promising as he finds il lie  would have bean in er.rl'er, however, he will' endeavor to spend  some weeks next spring, when all  things being favorable he would  come prepared lo spend some  money 1 To the old timers in lhe  camp it will ��� be remembered that  Mr. Hile had made arrangements  to purchase Discovery on Spruce,  but, -being-- a-:*.---alien, he. could -.or  get title to the ground and the dea?.  fell through. Mr. Hile visited  some of the quartz properties on  Fourth of July creek, and expresses  the belief that with systematic development, some "mines" will be  shown up in that section.  The Stamp Mill on Monro mountain has again started up. The.  first load of ore from lhe "Mother  Lode" was hauled over on Monday  morning last. Mr. A. Kaye, lale  assayer for the Bank of Commerce,  has been placed in charge of the  scientific part in connection with  the mill and Mr. C. Volkert with  the mechanical. A waggon road  has been built from Discovery to  the mill, which gives easy grades,  and a satisfactory contract has been  made for the hauling of the ore  from the mine. Experiment is now  being made to find the most economical means of transporting the ore  from the mine to the bins on the  Discovery side of Pine creek.  R. A. Lambert, who has recently  been acting as foreman on the properly of the Atlin Lake Co. on  Birch creek, left for home on Monday. He took away with him a  pretty good poke, the season's returns from his own properties, and  he informs us that the Birch creek  com pa 11 j- will be in the front rank  of gold producers next year, also  that this year's return is highly  satisfactory. He will return early  next Spring to look after the Atlin '  Lake Cobs property under Mr.  Mostyn Williams. The Company  is to be congratulated in having  secured the services of such an able  and practical miner as " Charlie"  Lambert.  '1 i  If-  iii  ' VI  1* a  I  ; U.  yj  H  m  ��� ;.? I m  it**  Kb  ATr.TN,  B.C.. SATURDAY, OCTOBER,   12,   190:  i  v-m  I'-'  P.  ��.  11; "  V '  ���'���Uili-il"''!    i-s'i'i'.v    Sn 11: i-iliiy   uiiiriiinu    liv  Till* A'l'l,iS ''I'Ai.M   ''l* .-���ll'Nri ('"���  A. (.', lllliHCni.-r.i.ii, |.;iiiT<iii,  I''. '|',,|iH  I.I-.-.-S. Su|,.|.;ililii,..  "tlji.,. ni' inilili',|l'i<ni r<*'ii*l S-- Alii,1, H. C.  - Ai|Vl.|-iisiiiUr   Hull's ;   -51.1111   pi'i'  ii,rli, I'lifi,  ins,.,.,-,,11.    |;|,|iil'"'j niilb'i's, i'l   I'l-nts 11 Iino.  Hl'Oi.j,,* l-'iiiti-ui'l  lliu,- mi npplii-iiiiiiii.  'I'll,. ^llllM-i-iplillli   |,,.'|l*l*   i,   .-j.',   II   ,Vt.,il*    IIJij-.  i'1'li, jM n'lvi,,,,.,-.     ,\c, |ii|M-i-'���-ill bo ,|,.|ivi>i-,.,i  inil���s^ fliis'cjuditi.ii, *,. <���<>in,.]!���-���! Willi.  nSaT*-U*j,\V,    IK''"*     I2l'l.    lip'.  lx :i (lehiyed Idler, dated 261 li  ��1 lo, revfi ^e< 1 from ���"��� 11". A ��� C. I-J irscl 1 -  kid, bc lias the following to say  n^Qut "ie Allii, .Mineral ICxluLii  and the contemplated presentation  o^lhti ''racelet from the miners of  Atlin l" lhe Duchess o  and V'rk:  Atlin the Scene of a Domestic Tragedy-  .j        ''  Harpy Henning" Tries to Take His  Wife's Life With a Razor ���  Feigning1 Lunacy.  Kai'ly Siiudi'iy ri('U*ni'><',u   l:i.-.i  c:il1;i   .-.��.-r^nil>" .-n" Allin's pi'ilcv-  Ic.v-  ing citizen'; was rudely disiui'k'd  by tin.- now; <���'' ;'ii alli'iupled murder, in which .Mr. a ml Mrs. Hen-  niiig-of lhe " Ouick l.unch Room,"  played prominent parts- About  Cornwall 0110 o'clock in lhc afti-moou, while  i-Mrs. Hciining   was   in , her   room  rauiso  insng  inery.  Alining',   Pumping & Sluicing- Machinery,  Centrifugal  Sand,  Grav'el  &  Dredging  Pumps.  HYDRAULIC    DERRICKS ��� From 3 to 10 tons lifting capacity.  HANI)    POWKR    DERRICKS   of   1   to   2 'tons lifting capacity.  HYDRAULIC    GRAVEL    ELEVATORS, ,.     ,  '   HV.UR AT LIC    GIANTS,    WATER    OATHS,  ANGI.K' STEEL  ���RIFFLES '&  HYDRAULIC     RIVET]-:!) ' PIPE.  preparation* for Uie Royal visit .sorting out   the   soiled   clothes for  to Yicioria are progressing" merrily,   lhc*   following  day's   washin  her  Sonie'of   the   choicest  .samples   of husband entered and roughly asked  the   Atlin 'exhibit  have  been dis-: her if she was  leave'liiin.  car^p Lady Joly  expressed a deter-  ' niijUliiou   to   include   Atlin in her  lotlr v\*il'u the  Lieut.-governor during- the coming summer."  A telegram, dated Victoria, Oct.  2'K], staled that the presentation of  the bracelet from the miners of Atlin wls the only formal uialler occupying the day, and that the  Duchess most graciously expressed  her thanUs'and appreciation to Uie  donors lor the.beautiful gift.  ,'PuKi'b-; seasons have passed without a break in the inestimable record A*-Hu luis made of being a  peace-loving and law-abiding community, but alas, lhal record is  brokeib and we have been shown a  iiend in liiuiuui shape since the  publication oi'- our fast issuc. The  deixUj'ji of drink, it is to be feared,  has produced a pensioner lor Government support i��l~ some years' to  coi^c, 1>Ul it is a matter of congratulation thai" his intended victim  win recover, though years will not  obliterate tlie marks of a husband's  violence.  In the present instance the waul  ol"jln-isdictioii and tho necessity of  a deputy county court judge in Atlin is HUougiy bourne out. The  l^'i-suiicr, though ho may have a  pi'uluiiiiUu-y hearin.v,, caiinol lx*  brought tip for final trial for nine  or ton moii'-l's- oi' until lhe Court  of Asrf-'/*�� si Is hen: ncxl July or  Aiigurft. The city bas 110 provision  lor the caring of prisoners of his  elaSS| nor Joes the Provincial department 111 ake allowance for a  Jailor. -__   .'*"  Copies ol  lhe new   placer Act of.  s-nng- io  played lo a favored few", and have i Upon answering him, "No," he  been duly admired. The liyeliesl seized her ami threw her on the  i"lerest is shewn in the bracelet, ' bed, and pushed .something into  and tlic.cnterpri.se of }l sIm*ll and her niouth to gag her,'then, draw-  far fr0m prosperous camp like At- ing-a ra/.or 'Trom . his pocket, he  lin iu contributing to so unique a tried to out her throat. A struggle  sonYejiir 0f mining life 1ms excited ensued, but the husband succeeded  wide.tiud fa'vorable coiu'.'.ent; Lady .in inflicting a'number of painful  Joly, the wife of Lieiih-Gov- Sir j wounds on her face throat and  Hern-i Joly de Lotbinere, who is hands- Mrs. Kenning by her  S*'eatiy Pleased with the unique or- j struggles and from loss of blood  naineiit, is interesting herself in the finally' became exhausted and said  an-jmy-ciuenis for its1 presentation to she was dying, but pleaded to see  H. R. H. the Duchess of Cornwall j her baby before she died, and  anclY'orlc, On learning that the asked,for a glass of water. -Hen-  bracelet was the rich gift of a poor * ning,   believing   her   to be dying,  said he would' go lor'water and  then they Would die together.  While he was gone Airs. Henning  slipped out anil . ran to the back  door of her neighbor's house, Mr.  Foley's, where medical aid was at  once .summoned for ' her and then  she wn*s. removed lo the hospital.  Henning was arrested by Special  Constable Bickle after a hard light,  Henning endeavoring to evade arrest and protecting himself with a  cleaver, which he brandished with  murderous intent, but he was eventually overpowered and taken to  the gaol, pie now awaits his preliminary hearing, which will be as  soon ��� as >frs. Henning is able to  give her evidence. .In all probability he will be removed to Tagish  and placed under the protection  of the North West Police, to await  his trial at Uie nexi sitting of the  Court ot Assize, next summer. He  has, during his incarceration t��een  trying' lo create .the impression thai  lie is '"Hivy, and ou Monday night  ho iuiide several clumsy Litteniwls to  break his nod-:. He* had been  drinking pretty heavily during lhe  past summer, and this, together  with a mistaken lit of jealousy, are  supposed to be responsible for his  rash act.  Mrs. Henning is slowly recovering from hei" Wounds, though forty-  seven .stitches had to be made in  her face, neck UIlCi hands.  Mrs- Henning was born in St.  Louis, and Was married to Henning just three years ago. They  have one child, who is now being  cared for by Mr. and Mrs. Myers,  of the Pioneer  Bakery.    They had  The Joshua ��� Hendy ��� Machine Works.  ���Nos.  3S to .*.��� l-'iimiosT Stuekt,  "    .MAN"  1-RANCISCO,  Write for prices, circulars and catalogues, or call on  A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C.  CAL.  ���o**cKi*>o->o*o*>o*.,^o*o*o**0">'o.**0'&C":o*>ci**ooo,*j:'*>o,��o*!><:i*<ci*o*o*<j  S T H K     K O OT K N A..Y    H O TEL.  George E. Hayes, Proprietor  COKb lURST   AND TuAlNOR   STREETS.  ���  'I'll is l-'irst Oh is-. Hotel   lilts    been   remodeled mid -'-���i'tiriiislit-d tlu*oii(;lioiit  und iillVrs tin- lii'nt ii(<i'oniinoilntinii  to  Transii'iit or PpriniiiiKiit  (iiiosts.  -Aiiii'i'ii-nii und ICiii'outMiii  film.  Finest   Wines,   Liquors   and   Cigars.  Billiards,   and    Pool.  S:  ��*j>:*o:*o*<i**:'.*o:*o:*<:'*o'*o*^:w^  !ANB*  HOTEL  FINliST EQUIPPICD HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  ���' CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNER.  French Restaurant in Connection  Rice & Hastie, -Pkoi'kietorsv - David Hastie, Manacer.'  Corner of P'irst and Discovers- .Streets.  Importer  of General   Merchandise  Miners'    ^Supplies  OUTFITTING A-SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C  poteE Russell;  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  liards free,  "IT* FM**  I  III  This  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  New   and   Commodious   Hotel was opened to the Public,  April  16th, 1901.���Everything in it is New.���Strictly First Class,  ciioicr.sr winls, liquors and cigars���cash goods a splcialty.  2901, consolidated with the Acts of | been arranging to go out shortly,  J 89$ and 1399, for sale at the [ but last week purchased the lot up-  CMiM Office. jou which the.ku-.ch room stands.  WHOLESALE     DRY ' GOODS,     LIQUORS    AND    CIGARS.  ^    ~-r-. Importers of all classes of Foreign Goods ~~��  Victoria   and   Vancouver.  Sole Agents for:  BROWN'S    4   CROWN   SCOTCH    WHISKY  CORBY'S    CELEBRATED   CANADIAN    RYE  A. B. C. BOHEMIAN   St.    LOUIS    BEER  MOET   &   CHANDON    CHAMPAGNE,    DRY    IMPERIAL  ���j������.,-K*7-  �� - ._L_J'-  4  y'l  I  fl  I  '���ti  1.?.  i  m  m  ���;W& %
First Street, Atlin, B. G.   "
Handle only the best Goods in the Market
^rooeriesr, Fruits, Flour, Feed:
and Provisions.
Trv   our Teas, and  Coffees.
A Number of Prominent At-
~liriit.es Migrate.
Tho Record Creek of the Season-
Boulder is Practically Ab:ni7
doned to tho Frost King*.'
This week saw about the last of
this season's work completed on
Boulder creek. Most of lhe miners
have left lhc creek, The season
has been a very successful one, and
it is estimated that close on $150,-
000 has been won, and comparatively few claims have been opened
up. Boulder has proved one of
the richest creeks iu the district
, and the summer's development has
shown the existence of pay under
the benches, far better than the
most sanguine could have looked
for. Next year's' work, now-that
the majority of claims are on a paying basis, will be still better than
this, and nearly 'ill those who left
Allin this week will return' with
the .Spring.
Work has practically slopped on
the De Lamare hydraulic property,
the big flume, to lead away the
high water of next season, is Hearing completion, and the drift being
run acrossthe cha'rinel will "probably
encounter the rim on the west side
before long. The drift is now about
150 feet from the east side of the
channel and goes far to prove that
Boulder was at one time a very big-
river, and the amount of gold deposited seems greater and more uniform on the bedrock ot the De Lamare property than further up the
.creek. We look forward lo a big
output next year, everything being
in readiness for remunerative exploitation lo be begun at the earliest
moment in Spring. Mr.- De Lamare left for Yictoria and Paris by
Thursday's boat, and will spend
some time in New York and London to engage American and English capital ,i:i some other properties
he has acquired in the district. , We
hope success will crown his efforts
and wish him bon voyage and a
speedy return.
Sailings From Skagway:
S. S. Hating,
Sept. a.Xth.
Oct. 8th.
„   181I1.
,,  28th.
S. S. Amur,
Sept. 23d.
Oct. 3d.
..     23d.
and every ten days thereafter.
PL B. Dunn, Agent,
■■-.Skagway, Alaska.
'     '    NOTICE.    7
"Hook of Ages"  Mineral  Claim,  situated
at Discovery Camp, Pine Creek.
To  J.   II.  Mat>i>amci;   and  W.   Holmniis-
VjyE, tho. undersigned, W.G. Mitchell, ami
V. A. Wise, ptirt owners of the'.above
■ mineral claim, hereby give notice to the
above-named .1. il. .Vlnllaleu and W.IIolliNgs-
Worth or other their Agent. or Agents. I hut
wo do hereby roiitiest t lie sui/1 J. H. Mnllnlou
mid W. Ilollingsworth to r-uiit i-ihutr' their
share of the iisti(*hsnn*tit work done outhi*
-uiil rliiiin. viz.: Two, years'ii,sessineut work
mill survey, from Miiy 22uii, IM'Ui,' iinioniiliii r
to the nun of "fino. Unless the said amount
In--mid to ni on or -before the 12th dny of
Jmniiiry next «o shall pro'-ccil under itml by
virtue of the pnwer-i conferred by Section 4
nf the Mineral Amendment Art, I1UI, repealing .Section II of Cup. Hi of the Statute*
of l.SII'.i. W. (J. MrrcliBi.1,.
K.  A. Wmi:.
Alln., II. ('.. Urt. mill. 1931. ,     . M"1-3ui
I'AliT    l\".
'W'ATr.nCi.AHHi'.s ('nSMii.niATinN Ar:T, Ihlfi."
. (1.) This is to certify that t he ** i'ine Cre.eli
Power Company. I.imiteil."' established with
the object of carrying on the business of n
'*--ower rmnpiiuy" \i-itliin rbe inclining of
I'lirt IV. of, tlie *" \V titer Cluiises Cniisiiliilii-
tton Act, 18SI7," In the Atlin District, Province of Hritish Columbia, anil iiiiiirimrnteil
mi thp2Ktli dny of .1 line, I9III, lm» siibinittci!
ith undertaking to the l.ipiiteiiaiit-l-J'iveriinr
in Council for npproviil, mid that tlie-.aid
undertaking, a" shown by the document;.
mid plan filed, lias been approved, und that
tho same is tin follows:—
To make available water for the working
of n Inrtfi: area of plncer mining ground
ivliieli is'nt preiiciit unworkiible. Beginning
nt n point approximately l.S.OIKl feet above
the Discovery Claim, ou Pine creek, to lie
known n.s ** [K»iut of diversion of water,"
and proceeding tlieuee westerly along Pine
creek to its mouth, und <>.vteii<lin^r laterally
ou either side of Pine creek so us to embrace
the Pine creek water-shed, the Sunrise
Gulch, Twin Gulch, and tlie lower ]joi'ti<m
of Spruce creek below tlie Discovery Claim,
embracing that p irt known locally as the
** Steveudykc."'
Tlint for this purpose tlie Company will
acuuire by purchase three thousand five
hundred miners1 inches of wutei% to be diverted from Pino ereeli, using tlie pro-ient
chmiiiel of Pine creek to tlie 'point of diversion, lK.UIIO feet aboie Discovery Claim, anil
thence by ditch and Hume along tlie north
side of Pine Creek to mid below the Sunrise
Gulch, and thence by u system -of- steel pipe
line to reach Pine Creels at and along parts
approximately S. 51)1) feet below the intake,
mid again at the Discovery Claim 18,11110
feet below the intake, and again at Sunrise Gulch 2(>.0llll feet below the intake. To
siphon across Pine Creek with u 'Ill-inch steel
pipe line approximately "-5,0011 feet above the
Discovery Claim, and thenco bv ditch and
Humes along the south side approximately
three miles and to return nil of the said water into Pine Creek at mi elevation below tlie
intake varying from 85 feet to 4IHI feet.
(2) And this is further to certify that the
Company propose to begin tlieir undertaking by extending the ditches and pipe lines.
('.!) And this is further to certify that the
amount of tiie . capital of tlie Company,
which will be duly subscribed mid paid up
before the Company commences tlie insinuation'of additions, or exercises'iiuy of tlie
powers of the "Water Clauses Coiisolida-
sion Act, 14iD7." Part IV, in that behalf, is
hereby fixed at tlie sum of one hundred mid
fifty thousand dollars (•SlSO.Ollll.im), null the
further amount of capital to be subscribed
and paid up, above the cost of tlie first mentioned portion in respect of the remainder
of tlie undertaking, before the same is commenced,  shall be fifty thousand dollars (.Snl),-
(4)'Anil this is further to certify that tlie
time within which the said capital,  namely,
fify   thousand d<»llnrs   (S!i(>,()l)IUIIf.)  is   to lie
subscribed is fixed nt three months from the
date hereof, umlltlie time   within which the
said undertaking and works arc to  be commenced is fixed ntiix months from the date
hereof, and tlie (lute by which all the proposed uiiilertiikiu-; shall be in operation is fixed
at two years from the date hereof.
Dated this 2Hth day of August, 1901.
se liS-Im -Clerk of tlie Kxeciitive Council.
•Co.Ml'ANIKK  Al'T,   ISSI7."
r'HEREHY CliKTIKV tlint tlie "Societ
Miniere dn la Colombie HritHiiiiinuo"
lias this day boon registered asaii Kxtra Provincial Compuiiy, under tlie •'Companies'
Act, "18117," to carry out or effect ail or any of
the, objects of the Company to which the
legislative authority of the Legislature of
Hritish Columbia extends-.
The bead office of the Company is situate
iii Puris, France.
Tho amount of the capital of the Company-
is 600,(100 francs, divided into (JOI)O shares of
100 francs each. .
Tho.head office of tho company iu 'this Province is, situate in the Town of -Alliii. und
limile Jdtine de Lnninre, explorer, wlio.-c address is Atliu aforesaid, is the attorney for
the" company.
The time ol'tin-existence of the conipiiu.v
is llfty ,ieur«.
Given under in.v hiinil and seal of iiffii-i* «t
Victoria. Province of Hritish Columbia,
this I7lli day of August, one thousand nine
litiiiilred null one.
Iti-gistmror .loinl Stock Companies.'
The follow ing «ri. the objei'ts for which
the company bus been established:--
Kxploratio ptions unci   purchase of nil
mineral concessions-; gold or otherwise, in
Alaska and the 1, louililie, inid more particularly in tin- Atliu. District. Hritish
Columbia : the development of the said roii-
ccssiims: tin- option by concession or
purchase of till industrial enterprises, coin-
merciiil or agricultural, t he sale or exchange
of said concessions or properties: tlie publication and sale-of circulars, reviews or
papers treating iiitei-estingriiiestions in tlie
above named regions; tlie organisation of
affiliated societies" for all undertakings of
the above-mentioned nature: tlie sharing
tin-said societies, or in others to lie formed
or already existing: tlie sale, purchase and
exchange of all minerals or gold-bearing
mineral matter, silver, copper and other
metals: the forming of the means of transport of merchandise or passengers in Alaska
Klondike and Hritish Columbia: and ail
other iudiisttrial, commercial, agricultural
or financial operations which could directly
or indirectly be incident to the principal
object*, of the Society
Buhner & Parrott,
Liverv  Stables.
Saddle Horses,   Buggies,   Road
Carts, Pack Horses for Hire.
Stages   Leave    Atlin    for   Discovery
Daily .from the Royal Hotel.
Pacific Coast S.S. Co.,
Pioneer Alaska Line.
"Siinhisi:" mid "Sunset"  Mineral  Claims,
situated    about   2'j   miles   from   Indian
To   D.   DAItDHX   or   utheii   his Aciiint oh
AuKN'Tri :
T the undersigned, Robert W. Gibhs, purl
' owner of theabove mineral claims, hereby give notice to tlie above-named li. Dnrdeii
or other his Agent or Agents Hint I, having
purchased tlie interest of Alexander McDonald in theabove claims, do hereby re-
(liiest, tlie said D, Harden to contribute hi-
share of the assessment work done ou the
said claims-, viz: two years' assessment work
from the 2(ltli day of July, 1S90, amounting to
the sum of ,*J2li.'>.0'0, Unless the said amount
lie i>nid to mo on or before the Kith day of
November next I sliull proceed, under and by
virtue of the powers conferred by Section I
of the Mineral Amendment Act, 11)00, repealing Section 11 of Cap. ir> of tlie Statutes of
I8!ri). Roheht W. GlllHH.
Atlin, H. C, August I7th, 1001. :lm
Safe, Fast, Punctual, Comfortably
and Luxurious.
Courteous   TreaiErtesmi,
Splendid Meals,
J'OU ,
B.C. and Puget Sound  Ports
Leave Skagway
for Vancouver and Seattle  Direct
Oct. 2 tin.'
ALKI for Seattle Oct. 3rd
For Seattle ' Oct. 4th.
COTTAGE CITY, for Victoria and Seattle ,  Oct. 8tk
Alternate- sailings  every five days
direct for Sound Ports. ,
Above  .Schedule      subject     la-
change without notice.
J. H. KELLY, Agent,
Skagway, Alaska
J.  KIRKLAND, - Managkr.
First-class dining room
And Elegant Sleeping Rooms.
"Anna   Mahki. "   and   *'Viltohia" Mineral
Claims, situate about :i'-1 miles  north of
To  J. S. FERGUSON  on oiiiiiii' hih Arknt
on A of. nth :
T the undersigned, Patrick Donovan, part
* owner of the above mineral claims,
hereby iiivo notice to tlie above named J. S.
Ferguson or other his A gent or Agents, that
T do hereby reijuest tlie suid .1. S. I-'ergiison
to contribute his share of assessment work
done on tiie said claims-, viz.: one year's assessment work from 11th August and 8th
September, I IKK), respectively, amounting to
the sum of -?2I)U. Unless the said amount be
paid to me on or before tlie 23rd day of .November next I shall proceed, under and by
virtue of the powers conferred by Section 4
of the mineral Amendment Act. 1900, repealing Section II of Cap. 45 of the Statutes of
ISO!). Patrick Donovan.
Atlin, H. C., August 24th, 1901. Au24-8m
Swiss   Watchmaickks,
And  manufacturing jewellers.
All kinds of nugget work executed w itln
neatness und dispatch.
First st.  next  to Vancouver General Stor«
.1. II. Brownlee, P. L. S., 0.1. S.
R. C. Loivry, A. M. I. C. f..
Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,
and Surveyors.
Peari. Street, Ati.in, B. C.
Joe Palmer,
Repairing and  Soling Rubber   Boots
A Specialty.
Ike. Gillespie. Prop.
Finest  Wines,   Liquors  and   Cigars.
Furnished Rooms by the Day,
Week or A'lonth.
E. S.
Third Street, opp. Government Building
v. Wau.a(;e Ghime, Agent.
'    Third Street, Allin II. C.
Goon  Accommodation. — Hkstauhant is
S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.
Good Stabling for Horses and Doss.
Muirhead   Bros.,
—Landscape   Photographers—
T-T.'ivc'a Free Exhibition at
The Junction.
i.)r.".*K!i:i.r. A Bos.-r.yu. lycnu.
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BSBSBSSS ���wilSi  n  w  k  a,-111  "I  ..te  -?t"  ATLIN.   B.C.,.  SATURDAY,  O'CTUUEK.   i<,.rgoi  v, '  n  The  Pioneer   Store,  PINK   CITY.   ||. (;.,  CARKIKS   A    1-TLI,    I.I NIC   Ol-"  Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishings  &'  G.  .��.   NEVJTON  &   GO,  gs ant) Miners' Supplies.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Church   of England:  St. M  ni tin's ('hiti-i-h, cor. 't'liiril  dT  riim-  iir streets, siiudiiy services,  in.. Evensong 7:'.'[) p. m. fi-lelu-atioii of Holy  C.'oiuniuniou. lsl Sunday in each mouth and  on Spi-.-ial occasions. Sunday School, Sunday nt I', p. iu. Commit tee, Meetiii'.'s, 1st  Thursday in each month. '  Kev. I". I,. Sti'plieiisOii, Ifpi'tor.  Si.   (Andrew's    Presl-ylcrinii  Church   hold  services in    the Church  on    Second  Street.  .Morning  ser.vice  at II   evening service 7:110  .Sunday Scliofd nl the  close  of the  moi-iiin  service.     Rev.   .'.   Russell,   Minister.       Fre  Heading Ruiun. lo \\ hich .ill are welcome.  OR AND OPENING:���A dance  will be given hy the New Management al lhe Gold   House, on -Wcd-  lesda-i  evening- next, 16th insl, lo  Publishers' Announcement.  Sonic* weeks ago we intimated  that we'were entering into arrangements with the view of having a  telegraphic service in ' connection  with the Claim, and that we would  issue a Special Telegraphic Bulletin  every Wednesday evening, and lhe  regular issue, with the '"latest telegrams, every Saturday morning.  As the contemplated service cannot  be entered inlo without the liberal  support of the public, we respectfully desire that the .people of the  district will show their willingness  to have the service inaugurated by  liberally subscribing. We do nol  look lo make any money oui of the  deal, but the sum of $25 a week is'  required lo pay telegraphic,services.  When in Victoria Mr. Hirsch-  feld called upon Mr. J. Fall, at lhe  Jubilee Hospital, and found him recovering from the effects of chloroform, having had to have his leg-  broken again, the knee being stiffened. Mr. Full is pretty well but  at times suffers much pain and  his knee is much swollen. He  sends his regards to all his old  friends in Allin. ,  ,  l-'or lounges and mattresses, go  to J. D. Durie, next to Kirkland  Hotel, Atliu.  Miss Haddon was among the  many out-going passengers on  Monday.  ���  NOTICE---The dynamite, fuse  and caps, formerly handled by us,  has been transferred to J. A. Eraser  & Co., who will supply all demands.      F. E. McFeely & Co.  Copies of the new Placer Act of  1901, consolidated with the Acts of  1S98 and 1899, for sale at the  Claim Office.  R. D. and Mrs. Fetherstonhaugh  and Miss McLaren left for the coast  ou Monday last. On being asked  as lo the amount of tlie clean-up on  the Allin Mining Co.'s property on  McKee creek, Mr. Fethersloiihaugh  informs us that, it 'was between  &S000 and ��10,000. We will endeavor to obtain the exact output  from the lirst report published in  London.  Avoid all aches and .pains by taking a Thermal bath at the Troy  Laundry.  Placer Act, .190.1,' consolidated,  for sale at this office.  To those with a ''sweet tooth :"  We have just received a stock of  the finest fresh candies, chocolates,  etc.    E. L. Pillman & Co. I  .Matins at ii a.   which a'cordial invitation is extend-  ed lo a!l.-,-Everylhing free.  Furnished rooms 10 rent���apply  Hotel Northern.  Fresh fruits and vegetables arrive  on every steamer . for lb L. Pillman  & Co. _  '   Mrs.    Hrowulce    rind  -daughter,  Eva,.left for Taconia on Monday.  ''Milkmaid" brand condensed  milk a I Eraser & Co.'s ��� best for  infants and young children.  i*  Piluc Uibbim C'lToe is absolutely  pure. His sold in nil the .-.lores in  Allin.  "G. B." chocolates al Dockrill  & Bourne's.        ' ,  Giant Powder at Eraser & Co.'s.  F. E. McFeely, who left for his  home in'Vancouver on Monday, dc-  sires us to state that any unfinished  business iu connection with his late  firm has been placed in the hands  of Mr. J. S. Mnnro, of the Bank of  Commerce, to whom all" debts owing are lo be paid.-  There is more solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon -of most beverages.  Placer  Act,   1901,   consolidated,  for sale al this office.  'Wall-paper at Fraser & Co.'s.  Extensive improvements have  just been completed by Mr. Myers  of the Pioneer Bakery,' on First  street. Another story has been  added and the whole interior remodeled. The house coi:taii:s some  twelve beautifully finished and comfortable rooms. The addition of a  family dining-room is one of the  features ,of the alterations, and will  no doubt be' fully appreciated by  the public, as Mr. Myers" reputation as an exemplary host is well  known throughout the district. We  commend Mr. Myers for the enterprise he has shown.  WALL PAPER: --House-keepers and others are hereby advised  that Eraser & Co. have a considerable stock of wall-paper on hand,  which will be sold very cheap to  clear.  The following were among the  out-going passengers on Thursday's  boat: Mr. and Mrs, Wollaston and  family, Frank Dockrill, Mr. and  Mrs. Law, Tim Rayl, A. J. Baker,  R. J. Skinner, Mrs. Thomas  Woods, and Mostyn Williams.  J. lb Pilling has received the appointment of Night Watchman, in  place.of Mr. Wollaston, resigned.  GIANT POWDER:--- Eraser &'[  rninff-s  iGhar  LADIES  &   GENTS   FUR.NIS3NGS  ri<  The  Largest   Stock  and  Lowest  Prices  in  the  Camp.  Boot  s 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     SHULZ,  Successor   to  Burns'.&'Co.,  sal e an d Reta i 1" B ti te. h e r.  <B  Whol  HOTEI  j��  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  FREE BOWLING ALLEY.  Hydraulic Giants & Hydraulic Riveted Steel Pipe.  We innniifiU'ture ul'ull line of nil supplies required for  Hydraulic   Mining.  We have now in'oui- shops orders for 7000 feet of Pipe: also'Water Gates, Hydraulic  Giants-, etc. l'erhnpw you-inny need something immediately from the following lines  which we can ship at once from stock :     . .  ENGINES PANS      ' ORE CARS GRIZZLIES  -BOILERS BLOWERS',       ORE BUCKETS BELTING  PUMPS       ' BLOWERS   -   -   VALVES ��� ENGINEERS' FITTINGS,  ETC.  -        The Vancouver Engineering Works  -.   , eocCESSOlis to ARMSrRONG   &   MORRISON,  Iron .Founders, Boiler Makers and Machinists.  OFFICE   AND    WORKS,   VANCOUVER,   11. C.  THE   GOLD    HOUSE,'  DISCOVERY,    B. C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Month.  AMERICAN    AND.'EUROPEAN    PLAN.-  J. Leathkhuai.k, Proprietor.  r*i' Rt-nc * fine, new Four-Horse Saratogo leaves this Hotel at:  UlXOTl.   DrOS. Sn.m.. 11. Ill) n.m. and I! o'clock for Atlin.  JIMMY REGAN  ,  Shelf asnd Heavy Hardware,  New and Second   Hand   Tin and Granite Ware, I run  Steel, Picks, She els and  Blacksmith's-  Coal. Giant Powder. Caps, Fuse and Yukon .Stoves.  Goods   IJoucjIit   Sold   and   exchanged.  ���    C. DOELKER,    ;  .    .    .    FRESH. MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND. -.    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made   Sausage.  NORTIIKRN   HOTKL  BUILDING,   FlKST  S'l'KKKT.  G. K. Haths.  J. ti. COKNKI.I..  Discovery.  OPEN DAY  AND NIGHT.  Co., having acquired 'the ������.slock  Giant Powder, etc., formerly ���handled by F. E, McFeely & Co., are  prepared to dispose of the stock on  hand at the same or even lower  figures than were formerly asked.  We are pleased to announce to  the patrons of the Kootenay Restaurant, and to the public, that the  Restaurant will be re-opened under  the capable and efficient management of Mrs. G. E.Hayes.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  IN  CONNECTION.  Heudnim'rter.-i for Uulnier it Piirrott's stage.  of! THE   IRVING   HOTEL,  Pine City, B.C.  Has the Best Equipped Bar.  The McDonuld   Entertainment   Hall in Connection.  A. R. McDonald, Prop.  Thermal ��� Vapour  Vc BATHS y%   -  Troy Laundry & Bath House  Lain; St., but.  Kant and Watson Ave.  C'OPFIN. Prop.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  Kd, Saisus, Proprietor.  W. G. PAKTON,  NOTARY   PUBLIC.  OFFICE:���1'earl Street, opp. Post Office.  All Kinds   of Mining Papers  Made   Out.  ��� -Several years'   practical experience.   Notice.       .  "RJOTICE is hereby given that the Atliu-  Ruby Hydraulic Mining Compiiny, of  New Jersey, will iu no way be responsible for  any debts or liabilities incurred by Paul W,  Law, in their name or otherwise, anil that  the said-Paul W. Law has no authority to  net for the Company in any way whatever.  J. H. FcEMiNO, Director.  O. K.  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  o  V. LINK Prop.  Now occupy their 'now quarters next  to the Bank of B. N. A., First Street.  The bath rooms are equally as good ns found  in  cities.   Private Etiti-anoo for ladies.  m  1  I  i  film  Mm  i>iVi .     . i   ���      . ;.*,.<���  -fbi  '. i11 "It!


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