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 VOL.  ATLIN, H. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER,'5, - 1901.  NO.  116.  ,! '  I5���  S  We are going lo reduce our large stock of '  SHOES Ladies' &  Men's in all (Trades.  , i 1  Men's Clolhing, Under ware and Hats  Our Stock'of DRY - GOODS   Is also too largo for tho   needs-of Atlin.  We need the Cash; yon need the goods, and if not we want'in  make mi inducement for von to buy -tgaini.t lhe lime when \oii  will I'.ced them.  FOR THE  NEXT. 30   DAYS  Wk Will Give 25  per   cent   discount  ok All Goods   ���  Purchased From The Ahovk Lines.  Our   prices   are   already reasonable,   lake 25 per ceiil off and the  result ought lo satisfy the most careful buyer.  '���. .   BLACKETT &. CO.  IRON'" STORE,    First  and  Tramor  Streets, Atlin, B. C  The .Canadian Bank' of Commerce.  ii."V<-  '   ���  CAPrT^/''rX~rD   up.  $a,000,000.. ./$&         '  ���&   - ->'���   >$.& -">��� ?!  Branches of Che Bank at1 Seattle. '- ' y        ".>���'   -        '%�����$- Mv  -,'-���������-������-      ��� <-:���-'-. --C^-i'-rriii-icisttyV*-"���-i--   .~i.-:-^5ffi-<r-':  E  Successful   Operations    of    a  Mining  Partnership.  What   a   Combination   of   Miners  May Accomplish���Much Good  ' Work With Satisfactory  Re-  t 1  turns.  tsJ-Cfclt      x   J  Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Exchange soIzS on afl Psstazts*  Gold Dust Pukciiasicd���Assay Oi'vice'in Connection.    ���  J. S.  MUNRO, Manager.  Eo  Lo  Pillman ,& Co*  lea!  ieneral  *n %*i/wiml*��-)  ATLIN    and    DISCOVERY.  ���*��&  ������$9  ���f-t  f\ -i'B tfj �� ^(  tie Vancouver tienerai More,  Dealers  in Provisions,   Diy   Goods,   Etc.,  A.   S.   QRGSS   &   Co.  mZ%$ jjaiiiJy asm IvcUuUUmi  SPECIALTIES   IN'  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Frosts .Bt'B^d, Ryo 'Bt'oadi,'  <Cx��e><I  licjoii's ti  Chas.   Mykk, Proprietor,  UiMil    My tlie Ony, Wp��ik ��r M��nth ut rensoimhle rates.  e  i���Sa<S  SXAOWjZI',.  WHOLESALE  Ataska.          GROCERS  ,M nl   i x  A J .I". If*'   I *t  Hay   i.o.Zi   Oats ���*���**�����*���*.*  v.<e i,,alie a Specialty of Perlsh;.*.h!o  Goods and respectfully solicit  Your Mail Orders   ���bbiUcfitction G-uaraiuccci.  <J<S^��V3^  = Sank = of = British =  rifo  nenca  l-.stiililislii*d in l.Vll.    liic.iriuiratpil liy l'.-.v:il Olinrti'i*.  I'aid Lir Catital    ------    #.*;}*>6f>1666  1<esekv>: i!v:<if'-    ------    ��1,703,333  llcud Office in Canada:  Moulrcai.  II. Stikemax,  General   Ynnager.  Branches in all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco; Sea I tie. Taeoina, 'Portland, .S-yokane, Boston, Chicago, Kic.  ������';'���',    ;        ":ASSAY--QFFIGE- ' '.������'���  Gold Dust. Assayed, .Purchased or Taken on 'Consignment.'  .Quartz AsHayiiyg ul Reasonable Rates.  This week a visit was made by  our representative to ihe property  owned hy the Blue Canyon Mining  Partnership, near the head of  Spruce creek, where he was- most  hospilably entertained. .This pari-,  nership was formed over a year ago:  hy the individual owners of adjoining placer claims, in lhe neighborhood of what is ��� known as lhe  upper canyon of Spruce, about two  and a Half miles from the head  waters of the creek and five miles  above discovery claim. The' partnership is composed of Messrs. R.  A.'Jackson, E. M.-N. Woods, Capt  Yoe, J. Carlson, T. Prichard, j.\  ;-Dp\]e, ,Rjse,. Kolpit, Prescott. and  j;H. Dewey, Secretacv^Laiid.,  $~"   '        '  -      ."'"������     .',.'<^|ifc��iiAAs(L��  perty t,ousists.,oif-.^jKp  'right-;:';-. dlse-iieraLb^^j  though the pa-t seasomSblB^Sefe^  mainly or.e of installation, tho returns which the propei ty have  yielded have been highly satisfactory. ' A ditch of over a mile in  length has been dug, and duringi  the eaily part of the season the  benches adjacent to the lower line  were gronnd-siuiced off. It was  from tnese benches that tlie $592  nuggel���reported in our issue of  July 13th��� was found. The bedrock i-; slate, broken in places by  the intrusion of a dpke of porphyry.  Through the shite irregular stringers of quaru oceui. In almost  e-.cry instance where a "contact"  occur!ed much good gold was won.  During the latter pari of ihe .season the'construction of the bedrock  flume was commenced- and about  150 feet have been laid. Everything is now being put in shape for  next season's work and full precautions aie being lakeia against  high water. The prospects for the  future of lhe company are exceptionally encouraging, and there is  abundance ff water, pressure and  dumping ground This winter it is  the intention to run a series of  cuius into the benches on the south  side, where goud pans have been  obtained, though no actual work  has been done <>:: them up {���o the  present.  The Government built .a very  good pack trail frjin the Spruce  waggon road lo .the Blue Canyon,  but, contemplating the amount of  freighting whidn will be done iu  future -for this and adjacent properties ,��� .above the . waggon road, il:  becomes a mailer of necesMly.., thai  fi.11 appropriation should be made to  extend the waggon road to or near  the head ol" the cr^ek. J,  BEDROCK' PAY.  Nearly   $100    Sluiced ' from  Two Yards of'Pay Screak.  Drifting* Operations to be Added  to Hydraulic^ Mining ��� The  Boulder Creek Company Assured of Success.  Tlie bed-rock layer of the pay  gravel taken from the shaft sunk  on the Boulder cre-jk hydraul'c  ground, 50 feet west of the flume-  and in the supposed centre of the  creek channel, has already produced  upwards of 5$75 of very coarse gold,  giving the lead a value of between  $4oandS5o-a cubic yard at this  depth.  Tiie 12 foot thickness of pay is  therefore e.-timated lo yield not  less than Si5 a yard, a figure that  promises to place this proposition  among the first rank of dividend  payers once the point is--reached  from which the whole pa T' streak  can be piped into the slr.ice '  "���'We are- informed by the -lanagc-.  iiitiammaik  * j  stream than the face ol the present  workings. From this point of commencement -drifts "will be run to  work oui the intervening pay, the  grade at its disposal not permitting  this initial portion of the ground to  be otherwise worked." .  These operations will likely b^  begun early next spring, and, once  well under way, will considerably  add to the force permanently in the  company's employ.  The seasons work on this property has been largely of a preparatory nature, the results from which  have proved highly satisfactory lo  all concerned, tlie succesful development of the prop "isition along the  lines adopted this year being now  assured. The cut started to replace  that of last year is expected to tap  bed-rock in the centre of the channel within the next 100 feet, after  which piping will commence iu  earliest.  --''t'.iiJJB^  8Ste;s?!,'''';'''''"isf;isll?t'v*<->;.  -<*' t"->ijj.Kv^_.''.j:.jJ '-  1    !l  The Yacht Race.  The Columbia Proves Herself the  Better Boat, But the Shamrock no Mean Adversary.  The chief news from the outside,  seems this week to have I:een upon  the Yacht Race, 'but, as far as we  are concerned, the result is decidedly against us, as lhe following  telegrams will show :  Nkw York, Oct. 3rd. ���Columbia wihs lhe second race by 3 n.iu.  37 seconds.'  '..New Vokic. Oct. 4th.���Shamrock ero.-sid the li'.,e 3 seconds  ahead, but Columbia gets the race  Oil time allo'.v;iucc.  tf.fi  f*a  m ���W'.A-*,it~.i��.+��i'- J,-yjUyeft.J.d, i  fl if   '  Jlf.  ��-�� *,*: j;i iihiiH,.,-.i.,i.'u ,j  J^rjui'.uit .'-i-'v-f' "- **��������� ^. *-cj-j.'1-v -^ ���������j    ���     .jL |  ATLIN, B.C.. SATURDAY,  OCTOBER,   5.   1901  The Atlin Claim.  Published    every    Saturday   morula;;   l>v  The Ati.in Claim   Piihi.ihiuno Co.  A. 0. IllIlfilJIIV-KI.IJ. IvlllTOK.  IJ. Todd l.itES, Siili-Kditor.  Oilier or uulilieatioii Penrl S'., Atlin, IL C.  Advertising Uutes : $1.0(1 'iier iucli, oiieli  insertion. Keadinir.iiutiees, *ir> rents u liur.  Siiei'ial Contract  Rates on iipplli-tttii-n.  The sul)si'i-i|itii)ii price U .*?r> u yi-tir ii.i\-  fthlo in ndvaiK'e. Nn p ipn'r will lie delivered  unless this- I'oiiditioii is <'i)iiii)lied with.  THE MOTHER LODE.  Further Details Concerning the  Pine Creek Ledge.  Saturday, Oct. 5D.1,   1901.  \l "-  ;?)  ii,1  .  Vi -  h;-  ���'0      .  'ii  V '���  w.  J*VV-*rWf *     ' �����"���>. �������  ���y-. ��k*{-i-��>3->��� -  I'^v^Wli  f UKxS     'll-l       -      .*w���*'^- -^i.^Ap.^iw.Mli.'.^-J.'i^^ s.  ��'&ilJl^**i*SW*  {���".l-r-?.-'--"-. ,*-.. .AS.'rfSl?  The Dominion assay office recently established in' .Vancouver is  not only holding its own against  American competition, but promises, through its more perfect equipment, to take the lead in the work  for which it was established. The  plant���originally intended for the  new United States mint at Philadelphia���has been in operation some  months, and returns from it'have  proved so satisfactory lo gold shippers, that much of the season's gold  product of this Province is now  finding its way to the home office,  Seattle. San Francisco and New  York taking second place in the  race for supremacy in this regard.  In a recent test of efficiency made  by the largest shippers of placer  gold in this province, the Cariboo  Hydraulic Company, returns .from  Vancuiver were so far in excess of  those .,'iad from either New York or  JSaii J/tancisTO^that^^furthfir J>u^iiiess.  M. Rulfner and Associates Pushing- Development.  Hydraulic- Mining.-  Machinery.  The recent discovery of a rich  zone of free-milling - ore crossing  Pine creek, in the vicinity of Discovery, seems to prove conclusively  that the placer gold of the district  is derived from small, l>nl exceedingly rich,_ veins and stringers of  quartz cutting the softer magncsiau  rocks��� which floor the .greater pari  of Pine valley; thus accounting for  the comparative absence of 'heavy  quartz wash iu the gravels with  which such gold is here found associated.  The uncovering of this portion of  the mineralized zone, and its identification as part of the Mother  Lode of the district, appears now to  have been the result of systematic  investigation rather than the outcome of chance, and we are indebted to Mr. J. M. Ruffner and his associates in the lucky find for the  following interesting details of their  remarkable slrike.  The "Golden Rod" bench claim,  whose bed-rock first disclosed the  presence of a rich lead,..adioius,Dis-  -T".,"."-        '���"',!';-      ���'��� -*>".j-r  .'ci>veEV,'claim..oti':th"es'outh-,''.baiik^of  ��J8*%d&f'&''Tlf& r^: '  ���-"'���-  r- -'vi*.  Mining, Pumping & Sluicing Machinery,  Centrifugal" Sand, Gravel &  , Dredging Pumps.  HYDRAULIC   DERRICKS ��� From 3 to 10 tons lifting capacity.  HAND    POWER    DERRICKS  "of  r   to  2   tons lifting capacity.  HYDRAULIC    GRAVEL    ELEVATORS,  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER    GATES,  ANGUS   STEEL    RIFFLES    &  . HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PIPE!  'l{&*  ^^m^mm^mmm^^  The Joshua Hendy Machine Works.  Nos. 38 to 44 Fkkmont Street,  .     SAN  , FRANCISCO,  Write for prices, circulars and catalogues, or call on  .   A. ,C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C.  CAL.  ���^^���^^���D'��0*��a*��ct*Q*a*��o*o*o*��o.*��O'��ci:o*��<:t*ci<>o*o<>':i*c><>c��'��o*ct'��ci*��<  THE    KOOTENAY    HOTEL. I  George E. Hayaa, Proprietor  ��� ���   Cok. First and Trainok Strekts.  ������".if  liyifeitt^avmng  ���;���'-.* -.-.-- -j-*"*"' .  " some -'$360 "'in a  total 'of1 $'i~':oo6' "JQOO.-it was noticed by   its owners,  worth  of crucible  gold  stands   to  that while its  "PP^r areas proved  the credit of lhe home office, or a  loss of an quarter of an ounce,  against thirteen ounces in the case  of the New York assay.  Whether the failure of the New  York office was due to the poorness  of its plant or to carelessness in  handling matters little. The fact  remains that the home office has  amply demonstrated its ''ability to  handle important shipments of the  precious metal with the lowest possible ratio of loss, a facl which the  mining fraternity of lhe province  will assuredly remember in making  future shipments.  Thin First Cla��s Hofel   Inn   heeu   remodeled und refurnished throughout  and offers the heat iii'i'oniiiioiliition  to Truimont or Permanent  '  Guests.���AmerJen.11 uud Kiirupanu Plan.  Finest   Wines,   Liquors   and   Cigars..  Billiards   and    Pool.  o-��er��a**K*��''>a'#a*a*a*��-��c*ce^^  TIIE GRAND  HOTEL  EIN^ST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORT  i'-fA^X      CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS  J  b.-#i$&  "-���;l;iy,"'#,!  '"H.    EVERYTHING  MANNER.   '  '  '1 he Coast papers thus  speak   of  Atlin's Golden Souvenir.  Mr. A, C. Hirschfield. Editor of  lhe Atli:: "Claim," was a passenger tu the Hating and brought  down with him a nugget chain  which is to l>e presented to the Duchess ol Cornwall and York as a  souvenir of the people of the  Atlin  district for the throne.    The chain |'    ���  . sen  only fairly productive, its lower portion gave exceedingly rich returns.  This change in   values  seemed   to  coincide with a corresponding change  in   the  nature of   the  bed-rock; a |  much    decomposed    and     heavily  oxidized     magnesite   replacing the  harder   chorine previously   encountered.    The gold from   this portion  of the chum was,   moreover,   very  coarse and rough in character, considerable   quartz,   adhering   to   the  nuggets found,    while much of it  jglistene.I and  sparkled as   if   just  '��� torn from rock in plaice.  M ueh of the  coarser gold   was   in ��� the  form   of  slabs, from one to.  three  inches in  j length and an eight of an   inch   in  j thickness,   none   of  which showed  the slightest trace   ol   being   water-  worn; while the small proportion of  the line gold taken from the  boxes  proved equally bright and' angular.  The present season's work, conducted on a much larger scale,  revealed precisely the same conditions, whe.. the pay slrike  of last  ison  was    reached.    It   vsus-.ai  French Restaurant In Connection  Rick & Hastie, Proprietors,    David Hastie, Managur:  Corner of First and Discovery Streets.  ML    r O I C IJ.  Importer  of General   Merchandise  Miners'    -Suppliers  OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST. STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C  ft  I  is a handsome one. the nuggets 1>e-  uice collcluded thai a rich vein  lav  ing linked together hy a,go kl chain, Lomewbeie  ,*���   the vici���ilyi   ,md  and on the  central   pieces   of gold   ,slU1 ,uull, for iL bei;.ui_  are the letters forming lhe name of      The decomposed   .u��l   shattered  the district from whence the meinen- :co.*dition of the bed-rock, however,,  to comes.    This unique gift is ' one; reudered-   investigation    somewhat  fiotd Russell.  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  and Billiards free,  9  TEL*  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  of great value, ancl has been contributed by the miners, of Atlin,  who have deputed Mrs*. Hitchcock  to make the presentation./. This  presentation will pr.-bably lie made  to Her Royal Highness immediately after the presentation of the Civic  Address of Welcome.  :i I Tli is "New   :biul   Commodious   Hotel was opened lo the Public,   April  ��6th, 1901.���Everything in it is New.--Strictly First Class.  CHOICEST WINES, MJUORS AVI) CIGARS-���CAST. GOODS A SPICFAUY.  Placer   Act,   1901',  for sale at this offish.  consolidated,  unsatisfactory     and   on   providing  drainage it was concluded to cut the  i'drain ��� ditches    much   deeper ���than,  usual, in  order-to get . below  the  1 mass 01 mixed and  broken   matter  jaud cross-cut as it were  lhe more  solid  formations.    This  disclosed a  vein   in   place,   having  free   walls  and dipping 62   degrees s. k. striking with the general "run of'theereek.  ."Wif,hi,n, a* i.wuut��'"after   discov-  WHOLESALE     DRY    GOODS,     LIQUORS    AND     CIGARS.  ���&��� Importers  of all classes of Foreign Goods >���*���  Victoria   and   Vancouver.  Sole Agents for:  BROWN'S    4   CROW^.    SCOTCH    WHISKY  -CORBY'S    CELEBRATED   CANADIAN    RYE  A.- B.C. BOHEMIAN    St.    LOUIS    BEER  MOET   &' CHANUON   CHAMl'AGNF,,    URA*   IMPERIAL  -ii.!  a]  Mil  If]  M  M  ��� r?'l  I  ������wi  I  I  f  I  11  m n  ATLIN,   B. C, SATURDAY,  OCTOBER,  5-  -T90i.  a$er $  g0F"    dealers in  f/fstf Street, Atlin, B. C.  Handle'only the best Goods in the,Market.  Groceries, Fruits, Flour, Feed  and Provisions.  BEST   SERVICE   GUARANTEED..' f  Trv   our Teas and Coffees.  s  ing this little yellow streak in  place", says Mr. Ruffner, "I was  fairly picking gold out ol the  rock,' crushing and breaking the  ledge mailer with my hands alone."  The property was at once bonded  from parties having the mineral  right thereon, and several, tons of the  ore sacked and shipped to the coast  for a mill test. In extracting this  shipment the ledge widened to 18  inches on going down some three  feel'and from appearances its width  promises to 'further increase with  depth.  Other veins similar in appearance  and carrying equally high values  have since been uncovered in the  neighborhood, and the live-stamp  mill-recently on the Monro Mt.  mine is now being installed to give  the whole ledge, so far as uncovered, a thorough and exhaustive test.  ��� Dr. A. C. Robertson,' Inspector  of Mines in the Yukon, places . the  life of the district as a paying placer  proposition at a minimum of twenty  years, and says for the next ten the  annual output of gold will be from  $15,000,000 to. $18,000,000. He  has reached this conclusion after  a careful examination of the country, but in arriving at it has, taken  into account improved methods of  mining, cheaper transportation and  consequently cheaper labor and -a  lower cost of living. He thinks  that it will be found profitable to  re-work every foot of ground that  has already been mined.  ATLIN LAKE, BENNETT LAKE & CHILKAT  MINING DIVSIONS OF CASSIAK  DISTRICT.  N  OTI0K is hereby given that all placer  mining claims legally held in the Atliu  Lake, nml Bennett Lake and Chilkat Mining-  Divisions of Cimsiar District are laid over  from the fifteenth day-of September, A. D.  19(11 to the second day of July, A. D.IP02.  J. 1).'Gkaham.  1 Gold Commissioner.  Gold Commissioner's Office,  Atlin, H. C. September Is ., 1U01.  C,"P.- IN. Co,  Sailings From Skagway:  S. S. Hating,  Sept. 28th.  - Oct. 8th.  ,,  fS'h.  ., 28th.  S. S. Amur,  .Sept. 23d.  Oct. 3d.  ,,    -13th.  ..    23d*  and every ten days thereafter.  I-I. B. Dunn, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska.  PART    IV.  ���WatkiiCIjAUmkh Conhoi.idation Act, 1897."  (I.) This is to ei-rtify tlint the " Pine Creek  Power C'miiiuiiiy, Limited," established with  the object uf currying on the business of a  "power i'iiiii|iuiiy " within the meaning of  Part IA', of the *' Water Clauses Consolidation Aet, 1MI7," in the Atliu -District, Province of Hritish Columbia, and incorporated  on the 28th day of Juno, I9.il, has submitted  its undertaking to the Lieutenant-Governor  in Council for .approval, and that the said  undertaking, us shown by tho documents  uud plan illi-il, hn.i been approved, and tbut  the same In us follows:���  'ilo make available, water, for the working  of 11 large area of placer mining ground  which is ut present unworkable,  -liogiiii-iui;  at a point iippi-nxiinittnly IS,(HID feet above  the Discovery ('liiiin, on Pine ereek. to lie  known a-, "puiiii of ilivi-rsiou of water,"  and proceeding 1 hence westerly along Pine  creek to its mouth, and extending laterally  011 either side of Pine creek sons to embrace  the Pino ereeli wiitei-shed, tlie Sunrise  Gulch, Twin Gulch, nnd the lower portion  of Spruce creek below the Discovery Claim,  embracing that p.irt known locally as the  " Stovondyho."  That for this purpose the Company will  aciiiiiro by pin-chime three thousand live  hundred miners' im-lies of water, to be di  verted from Pino creek, using the present  channel.of Pine creel; to the point ol' diver  sion, 18,(11)0 feet iiboic Discovery Claim, and  thence by ditch and Hume along the north  side of Pine Creek to und below the Sunrise  Gulch, and thence by u system of steel pipe  lino to reach Pine Creek at and ulong parts  approximately V, Still feet below the intake  und again at the Discovery Claim IS, 000  feet below the intuitu, anil ugnln at Sin  rise Gulch 20,0(10 foot below Hie Intake. To  siphon across Pine Creek with a llll-iiich steel  pipe lino approximately S.OIKI feet above the  Discovery Claim, and thenco bv ditch und  Humes ulong the south side approximately  throe miles and to return all of the said water into Pine Creek at nil elevation below, the  intake varying from SS feet to 400 feet.  (2) And this is further to'certify that  the  Company propose to  begin tlieir uudertuk  Ing by extending the ditches and pipe lines.  (��) And this is further to certify that the  amount, of the capital of the Company  whiuh will be duly subscribed and paid up  before the Company commences the installation of additions, or exorcises any of the  powers- of the "Water Clauses Consolida  sion Act, 1897," Part IV, in that behalf, is  hereby fixed nt the sum ol" one hundred and  fifty thousand dollars ($150,000,00), and the  further amount of capital to be subscribed  and paid up, above the-cost of the iirst mentioned portion in . respect of the remainder  of the iiiidortakiiiir, before the same is commenced, dh'ulibe'iifty,thousand dollars (*?n0.-  000.00).  (4) And this is further .to certify that the  time within .w-h.jcl��titi^ni0wk��it����lT?iittWel��h';  Hfy  * ^.���j^^^^n-{^m^pt^.^i^  said under��al^*��"**in����wH[B*��A*talB��X'S*8  menced is fixed at mx months from the date  hereof, and the date by which all the proposed undei-taluiix shall he iu operation is fixed  at two years from the date hereof.  Dated this 2flth day of August, 191)1.  J. D, PRENTICE.  .-,�� 28-lm Clerk of thelliXRciitive Council  CERTIFICATE   OK   THE   REGISTRATION  OF AN EXTRA PROVINCIAL COMPANY.  ���f.'biii'ANins Act, 1897."  T HEREBY ("LRTll-'y that the "Socict  * .Miniere de hi Colombin Uritaiiiiiiiuo"  has thUdny been registered asiin Extra Provincial Company, under tho "Companies  Act, 1S97," to carry out or ell'ect all or any of  the objocts of the Company to which the  legislative authority of the Legislature of  Hritish Columbia extends.  The head utiii-e; of the Coinpany is situate  in Paris, Kruiicc.  The urniiiiiit of the capital of the Compuny  is tii'O.OOO friinc-,, -divided into 61)00 shares of  100 francs each.  Tlio head olfice of the company in this Province is situate in the Town of Atliu, and  Kuiila .Inline de Lainare, explorer, whose address is Atliu aforesaid, is the attorney for  the company.  The time of the existence of the company  Is llfty years.  Given nuclei* my hand ami seal of office at  Victoria. Province of Hritish Columbia,  this 17th day of August, one thousand nine  hundred uud one.  S. Y. WOOTTON.  ' Kogistrar of Joint Stock Companies.  The Tnllii" ing arc the objects for which  the compuny lias been established :���  Exploration, options ami purchase of nil  mineral concessions, gold or otherwise, in  Alaska and the kloiidilse, and more particularly iu the Atlin District, Hritish  Columbia: the development of the said concessions: the option by concession or  purchase of all industrial enterprises, commercial oragrie.iiltiiral.thesule or exchange  of said concessions or i>i-i>ii��'rti,-v:_i-li��. publication and sale of circular..., reviews or  papers treating interesting questions iu the  above named regions: the organisation of  affiliated societies for nil undertakings of  the above-mentioned nature: the sharing  the said societies, or in others to be formed  or already existing; the sale, purchase- and  exchange of all minerals or gohl-hciiriiig  mineral mutter, silver, copper and other  metals: tlio forming of the means of transport of merchandise or piis��etigors iu Alusko  Klondike and Hritish Columbia: and nil  other iiidiisttriiil, commercial, agricultural  or tinaiiclul operations which could directly  oi' indirectly he incident to the priucipil  objects of the Society  Notice.  "���SusiilBi: " and "Sunskt"  Mineral Claims,  situated    about   2'.,   miles   from   Indian  '   Creek. p  To   D.   HARDEN   on  otiikh   hik Auknt on  A UK NTS :  T     the undersigned, Robert W.' Gibbs, part  ' owner of theabove mineral claims, hereby give notice to the above-named 1). Harden  or other his Agent or Agents that I, having  purchased the interest of Alexander .McDonald in theabove claims, do hereby re-  iinest. thu said D, Harden to contribute his  share of tho assessment work done on the  said claims, viz: two yours' assessment work  from the 2lith day of July, 18HH, amounting to  the sum of $20.*i.0(l. Unless tho said amount  bo paid to mo on or before tlio 18th day of  November next I shall proceed, under and by  virtue of the powers conferred by Section 4  of the Mineral Amendment Act, 190(1, repealing Section 11 of Cup. 45 of the Stiitutos of  IS'.rt). Rohkut W. Gihh.s.  Atlin, 11. C August 17th, lfllll. Sm  NOTICE.  Ti  'Anna Maiiki/,' and "Vic.tokia " Mineral  Claims, situate about \l)i miles north of  Atlin.  J. S. FERGUSON on oxheii his Aijbnt  ou Aoknts :  !' the undersigned, Patrick Donovan, part  ' owner of the above mineral claims,  hereby giva notice to the above named J. S.  Eerguson or other his Agent'or Agents, that  I do hereby reiiucst the said J. S. Ferguson  to contribute his .sharo of assessment work  done (in the said claims, vizv: one year's assessment work from 11th August and 8th  September, 1900, respectively, amounting to  tho sum of $201). Unless the said amount be  paid to me ou or before the 23rd day of November next I shall proceed, under and hy  virtue of the powers conferred hy Section 4  of the mineral Amendment Aet, MOO, repealing Section 11 of Cap. 45 of the Statutes of  1899. , Patkick Donovan.  ^A"��f^��!rt��{dWU��.r..wAf  ^rsyy;^fiim)f^Im^  ATLIN,   DENNETT   AND   CHILKAT    MINING   DIVISIONS   OF   CASSIAR  DISTRICT.  TVTOTICE is hereby given that a Court of  Revision and Appeal, under the provisions of the" Assessment Aet," will be held at  nfflce of the Government Agent, at the Town  of Atlin, in the Atliu Mining Division, on  Friday, the twenty-seventh day of September, A. D., 19'd, at the hour of ten o'clock iu  the forenoon, for the purpose of hearing all  complaints against the assessment for the  year I9'i2, as inude hy the Assessor of the  Atliu, Hemiett and Chilkat Mining Divisions.  Dated at Atlin. '5. C, this eleventh day of  September, A. D., 1WH.  J.   D.  GllAHA.M,  Assessor nnd Collector.  ULES EGCKKT & SOX,  Swiss   Watchmakers,  And   ina ii n fact ii ring jewellers.  All kinds of nugget work executed with  neatness mid dispatch.  First,  st.   next   to 'Vancouver General Store  Bulmer & Parrott,  Livery Stables.,,  Saddle Horses,   Buggies,   Road  Carts, Pack. Horses for Hire.  ROYAL   MAIL  ,  Stages   Leave   Atlin   for   Discovery  Daily from the Royal Hotel.  Pacific Coast S.S. Co.,  Pioneer Alaska Line.  Safe, Fast, Punctual, Comfortable,  and Luxurious.  Courteous   Treatment,  Splendid  Meals*  von  B.C. and Puget Sound Ports  THE   ELEGANT   STEAMSHIPS  Leave Skagway  CITY OF SEATTLE,  for Vancouver and Seattle  Direct  ' Oct. 2th  ALKI for Seattle "-���.-���������.-"Oct. 3rd  CHAS. NELSON,  For Seattle Oct. ��� 4th  COTTAGE CITY, 'for Victoria and Seattle   '- Oct.'8th  Alternate  sailings  every five days  direct for Sound Ports. -  Above   Schedule      subject     to  change without notice.  J. H. KELLY, Agent,  i        Skagway, Alaska  J. KIRKLAND,'.- Manager.  First-class dining room  And Elegant Sleeping Rooms.  ATLIN FISH MARKET  A. Brunich, Proprietor.  Opposite the Royal Hotel, First St.  Fresh Fish always on hand.  Hydraulic   and   Other   Companies  Supplied at Wholesale Rales.  BROWNLEE & LOWRY  .1. II. Brownlee, 1>. I.. S., I). L. S.  R. C. lowry, A. M. I. C. r..  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  and Surveyors.  Pearl Street,  Atlin, B. C.  THE    PIONEER    SHOEMAKER,  Joe Palmer,  Repairing 'mil Soling Rubber   Boots  A Specialty.  Ike. Gillespie. Prop.  Finest   Wines,   Liquors  and   Cigars.  Furnished Rooms by the Day,  Week or Month.  E.   S.   WILKINSON,   P.L.S.  SURVEYOR.  Third Street, opp. Government Building  W. Wallace Giiimk. Agent.  W.  WALLACE  GRIME  &  Co.,  MINING BROKERS & COMMISSION AGENTS.  Third Street, Atlin B. C.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  HEST   LIQUORS   A   CIGARS  Good  Accommodation. ��� Hkstachant  in  Connection.  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Good Stabling for Horses and Dogs.  Muirhead  Bros.,  -Landscape   Photographers-  Have a Free Exhibition at  The Junction.  Dockhicl * Houbnk. Agents.  yv*- i*��i*ie*-TK >'>TCv9t^*>SR*>,��>i--iu&9'"Li t fe*'"1'K >''" ������*&"'A!*-tl',%fi&M-  ��� AXt.\J-*A..\>L-L"i\��i*i���nBM*��J-.n*.r*-(i.i*. �����" VM=J*-tl��*i*>����*l<JliAuj:j^^jL%tj;iyj_-h'js . jl.*jj.��-����*W'**-'.  :h  Si*',''  it'  ������*'.'-  "-;;/  ATLIN,  B.C..  SATURDAY,  OCTOBER;  5*  ioot  ;'i>'  t,  ���ft?  I  'fc&V  fe  fly*  h:  -The. Pioneer  Store.,  I'JNK   C5TV-   II. c:  . carries a l'i'i.i. L1X1-:  OE  c   ���(. md Shoes   Gents' Furnishi-n-gs vand Miners' Supplies.  Groceries, Boots a",-Joes. ^wmN   &    GQa   ���  l*f'  S5-oo  3.00  ���50  ���50  1.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  .Church  ol' Engliind:,.  St M,,rl iii's Cliiirrh.eor. Third und 1 rumor .streets. Sunday service-'. Mntli.sut II ii.  in I-Vf-nsoi.g "r:M p. in. Ccli-bratKiiiot H��l>  Connn.inion, 1st Sunday in end. month anil  on Special occasions. Sunday Srni.nl, Sunday nt. a l*. ">��� Committee,:Meetings-, 1st  ���J'liursiliiv in ciicli month.  Rev. I>\ 1j. Stephenson. Rector.  St Andrew's Presbyterian Church bold  services in the Church nn Second Street.  Morning  service  at 11   evening service   i:.��l  Kcndiiig Room, to which all are welcome.  Notice'to the Public.  The Editor- begs to announce, in  response to numerous wellwishers  on the creeks and elsewhere, that  the Claim will be sold at-the following'rates, strictly payable in-advance:  One year,  Six months  Three months  One mouth  postpaid to the nearest local post-  office. -To outside yearly subscribers, .50 cent?, and for six months  or less,' .25 cents extra. Single  copies, . 15 cents'. ;    Improvements'to the Grand  Hotel, Ion? had in mind,   by   mine  :-iS*i-i-*rei-'>--^i. �����!* ;*.f V4.i"*?r'-*-'K':- si*-*,*.-'-'-,.,'*.  Blue  Ribbon Coffee is absolu  pure,     rt is sold in all the stores in  Atlin.  Operator Graham is now comfortably located at the Big Salmon  Telegraph station.  Copies ot the new Placer Act of  1901, consolidated with lhe Acts ol  1S98 and 1S99, for sale at the  Claim Office.  "G. B." chocolates al Dockrill  fc Bourne's.  Mr.  De Lamare  leave's   for Paris  on Thursday.  There is more solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  n-alion of most beverages.  ^ R. 1). Fctherstonhaugh leaves  for London next ; Thursday so also  does Mostyn Williams'. ���  'Placer   Act,    1901.   consolidated,  foi sale al this office.  R. G- Matthews is the lucky  winner of Miss Hadclon's wheel,  being Uie holder of ticket No. ���).  Avoid all aches and pains by taking ., Thermal , bath   at   the Troy  Laundry.  Placer   Act,   1901,   consolidated,  for sale at this office  The Induction.  On Sunday,    the   29II1   ullo, the  Rev. Mr. Russell   was  inducted as  Pastor or Si Andrews Presbyterian  Church.     Mr.    Wright,    of  While  Horse,   preached   iu Allin morning  and.-eyetiing._,aiid   al Discovery in  the   afternoon,   treating   his   audiences   in   each   case to a very well  delivered   and     logical   discourse.  Rev. Mr. Russell conies well recommended from other   fields of  labor,  and we doubt not will be wclconiely  received   throughout   lhc   district,  and will ably carry  on lhc work so  acceptibly   ar.d     successfully   performed by his predecessor, lhe Rev.  Mr. John   Pringlc, for nearly three  vears.  UBSES  &  GENTS'' :Ft]BNISIN��'S'  The Largest- Stock,  and  Lowest Prices  in the  Camp.  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- ���  "tOUIS ,   SHULZ,  Successor  to     1  P.'Burns' & Co.,..'  Whoisale and Retail Batcher.  LETTER TO THE EDITOR.  7  TIIK POLITICAL SITUATION.  Dkak. Sir :���I have learned with  some degree of surprise", through  Intel views -with Mr. Joseph Martin published in lhe Coast papers,  that the said gentleman has signified his approval of and reversion lo  the . principles of the present administration, and "thai, at .110  very  pleased  ^NIX)^_HBtE.L.  '  CWcestiWines, Liquors & Cigars.  FREE IJO^^G^AL  T^tlydmulk^ hydraulic Riveted Steel Pipe.  We manufacture a full Hue ot all supplies required far "  Hydraulic   Mining.  ' 1       ��� .Vs.- 11)1)11 tf-k-it of Pipe:  also  Water  Gates,  Hydraulic  j^triixz tr;:;2z^z^ "Li..*.* *... ** ���g,,�����  whieh we can ship.ut once from **��<*;  ENGINES  BOILERS  PUMPS  Jfact&lih;  ��-*.*iWt  ���,ANS ORE CARS". '-GUTZZWER   .  ss  's^ECTs ���-sssar.r.������� �����  The Vancouver Engineering Works  M-CCBSSOHH TO ARMSTRONG   &   MORRISON,  bunders, Boiler M.kers and Machmists.  '"   "AND    WORKS,   y.\NCOli\ lib.,    �����<������'���  i_.d-.: HOUSE,  supporters of Mr. Stables to  ascertain   whether   .Mr.   Stables, having  unswervingly allied   himself to Mr.  Martin, has  suffered   a   like revision of feeling with his   leader  and  is prepaied  to .do the flop act with  an equally easy grace.   Tiie public,  I feel  assured,   would  like to hear  from   Mr. Stables, through   the columns of .the  Claim, Is  he   for  or  against the Government? t  Nkmo  mk   IMPUNK   LACC1CSSIT.  A din, B. C., Oct 4th.  Fresh fruits and vegetables arrive  611 every steamer for IC L. Pillman  & Co.    ,    ^PPUCATiONS  WANTED.  ���DISCOVERY,   B. C.    ,  .Comfortably Furnished Rooms-By the Day, Week or Month.  -\MERICAN-  AND    EUROPEAN    PLAN.  :'!,U'K^' ��� ' j. i.uATHKiiiiAi.K, Proprietor.  t,    '-    , fine, new Four-Horse Snraloio leave's this Hotel nt:  DlXOn'   BrOS. s ���.,���.. 11. ISO n.m. and II o'clocU for Atlin.  Shelf ssftd Heavy  ���mD@*  ;,- ��� ^...,1   p-,,.l;s Shiiw'l*-nud  HliieKi.iiiith's  Nc, and -ond..-;;-:;;;;; ��������XZ IZ^V.^-  Goo<l!>   B3ii(|lit   Solil   <ind Jiclinnqail.  Applications for lhe position of  Night ' Watchman���lo be ' sent lo  the�� undersigned by Tuesday, Sth  inst, al noon. State qualifications  and salary .expected.  A meeting of the subscribers to  the Eire Fund will be held on  Tuesday evening next, at 8 o'clock,  iu the Court House, for the purpose  r sale al this otnee. j ���    ���      & Nii,h, Walchman.  The Birch and   McKee creek hy- jol apponmn,, .1      ��� _   draulic companies both had a clean-  Fish,  FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON ..HAND.  Game   in   season and   home    made  NORTHERN   HOTKL   BUILDING,    1'lRST  STRKKT  Sausage.  up this week, but   the rcti-n.s, said  to be satisfactory, arc mil yet made j., Ro(.,; oK a<u;��  public.  For lounges and ' mattresses, go  to J. D. Durie,   next   ro   Kirkland  Hotel, Allin. 7   M  To those'with a "sweet   tooth:  We  have just  received a stock of  the finest fresh   candies, chocolates,  -tic.,-; E. L. Pilimaiy&Co.  Furnished rooms 10 rent���apply  Hotel Northern. ,  A Welcome Addition ��� Chief  Taku Jack is the proud possessor  of a son and heir. The world will  Will kuynv him as "Jn.rk Hi*r-">.  NOTICE  Mineral   Claim,   situated  ut Discovery C.V.in:*, Pine Creek.  To .1. H. MAi.iiAi.nu oico-niBUHiB A<;ustoi:  , AliKNTS I  7 the ...iderMgncd. W. G. Mitchell, part  h owin-r of the iibcve mineral claim, herein- Hyp notice to the above-named J. II. Mnl-  la'hMi, or other his Agent or Agents, that I. do  herebv reuuest the said .1. H. Mallalcii to contribute his allure of .the assessment work  done on the.said claim, vi-,.: Two years ns-  sessment work nnd survey, from May-��!2nd,  1MW, uiuoiiiiting to the sum of ��250. Unless  tiie said amount be paid to mo on or before  tlie 1th day of December next. 1 shall proceed  under and by virtue of the l-wers conferred  bv Section 4 of the Mineral Amendment Ac-.  1000, repealing Section 11 of Cup. �� of tlio  Statute, of 1899. W. O. MiTOHKt....  ^l-:,���ti.!-.,Sf.ot.T-:-.   I*.*' "���'. '���','"  Discovery.  OPIvN  D.AV  A-N'l)  N'('HT-  PI RST-CLASS RESTAURANT  '   IN  CONNECTION.  Ueadiliuirters faj-Hu^oj^^."-^^^-  THE   IRVING . HOTEL,  "Pino City, B. C.  .Has. lhe Best Equipped-Bar. '������  Tile McDonald   Entertainment   Mall iu Con-  .miction.  A. R. McDoSAl.p. Pr<��l>.  Thermal ���- Vapour  V. B A T'H $ A   ,  Troy Laundry & Bath House  Lake St., but. Rant ami Watson Ave.  CoKpin. Prop.  .U.b. avswiu,  DISCOVERY, J  W. G. PAKTQM,  NOTARY  PUULIC.  OI''KlCI-:*.-Pcnrl Street, opp. Post Ollice.  All Kinds   of Mining Papers  Made   Out.  - -Several  year-/   l^'^-.l^^.'.^i'."^^  Notice.  -TvTOTICE is hereby tfiveu that, tbe Atlin-  ���^ Riiby Hydraulic Mining Company, of  New Jers'ey. will in .... way be ��-����IJ������J''1" f"1'  bun* debts or liabilities incurred by Paul W .  Law, in their name or otherwise,, and that  the said Paul W. Law has no authority to  tict for the Company in any way whatever.  y ���',!. H. Fi.h.mino, Director.  C.  r  LINK  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  Finest of liquors.     Good; stabling.  npi'.ic.ti-.r.  I-'. I.VNK Prop.  '\,l��'.,cet:p.v their'u.;w   .puirters next  i���t:,eU,,..U of ILN. A.. Kirst Street,  i ,, |.���,!, niiiinsare criially ns sood ns loin.d  i���   civics.   .P..'ivi.tc   liutran.i  f  'IS.  n  '-I  RJ^������i-/,X'Sra?ra  Twmz^mz&vw


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