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 il&isiSBiii-aaaagci'i.  <*-  r A--  ^  VOL. '7.-  ATUN, B. C, SATURDAY.  OCTOBER '18. 1902.  NO.  170.  The Canadian/ Bank of * Commerce.  V CAPITAL    PAID ' UP   #8,009.000.  ^ranehosof tho Rank at Seattle,'      '    "        *' ] '  San Francisco, " '  ' Portland,    '  , , .* :���r \ Skaarway, etc.  '' Exchange sold on all Pqlntf.  Cm.ii Dust Purchaskij���:As.say Offici'^n''Connection. "  J. S.'<\fUNRO,7Managor.    '  THE ROYAL HOTEL,  '    _,        ���" E.   ROSSELLI,  Proprlito^r-��"'*'      "  ,. -u  y- *w   ' r-  * Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C. ������=  ..I���������        ��� -  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  * *' j .^  CHOICEST WINFS, IIQIIORS AND IKHRS CASE GOODS 4 SM.CULTY.  '(-.  LOUIS   SCHtJLZ,  Wholesale-   and    Retail^ Butcher���.   ,  FIRST  'STREET,  *ATLJfb��f~Bl.   C.-'-w       -,  Pioneer Bakery asid Restaurant.  SlTSCI~ALTlHs7iN   .T^- ' ' -"'  1    FANCr';j^KES^Jf^J^y''' ���'���  Fresh Bread, Rye.Bread, etc.   t   ,;    ''����"���; Or." ^    "  t>    <' '  r t    -        , Chas.  Mykk, Proprietor.  Good Rooms lo '{rut���In  tlie Duy, Nrek or Month at reasonable rates.        ' 'i  ATLIN RECOGNISED  '   ''" * ���': <   -  As The Richest Placer Camp  r  * In North America.  Good Effects "of Small'Exhibit of  , * Atlin Nugrgets in London. A  , ( } ,Chance for Advertising^That  , 't ,"��� Should Not be Missed.'.,       i  BOULDER CREEK.  $24,000 For-  Three tWeek's  Run by The Societe Miniere.  lWVxREQAN-  ���n   i  Shelf.avis Heavy Hardware,  \lnn*��.  li.tli S1I1 -. .1 . I ->.i��>i   N.uN     living Uutoii & Soil's Sawn. Window-*, l)oor��,  '" fJl.is> .mil I,uttey,"'etc., etc.  BOOIVi        "i-.iMG��� BOOM!���Dynamite,   Caps  and   Fuse.  Full 1 ind m* >. i*iu<ivsstdr-���Black & Smokeless-T-Rifle & Shotgun  Cartridges." '      "~'    '"   *'    ' *'   -  (roods   Unuqbti Sold   **4I Exchanged. *'���'������'* '_  THE     WHITE ' PASS ., 61   .YUKON  ROUTE,   -   :���. .������   **��  ;  P's^Ki'/r i .d Express Service,' Daily (except^-Sunday), between  Skag-aav ' ���,. -"���;! Miiinett, Caribou, White Horse and Intermediate  points, ii" ' r " ���"'* se com ectnns with our own keatners at White Horse  toi D.n\^ . .V skp.i oqints, and at Caribou for^Atlin every ^Tuesday  and Fiit-1    ;     ei.  linng, leavCAtlin every Monclay"and Thursday.  '*  Tt ���'  r��" ': '"Vi \ ice to SkJgway. < Express  matter  will  be received  for ��hi  mi M 'o- nd In m all points iu Canada and the United States. _  Foi i . ', t-.jii  . *>" ielati\e lo Passenger, Freight, Telegraph or Express  .;es ipply to any Agent of the Company or tx>._1    .*: >r . ���  J. F. Lee, Traffic Manager, Skagway.  J. LirscoAiBE. Local Agent," Atlin. B. C: '        ;  Choice Wines, Liquors and'Cigars.  Fool and Billiards free,  R. B. Dixon, Proprietor.  Hydraulic   Mining:  inery.  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER    GATES,  ANGLIC   STEEL   RIFFLES    &  HYDRAULIC   RIVETED    PIPE.  Pumping &   Hoisting. Machinery,.  ., <������������������  ���  Estimates furiiished on application __ [  The Vancouver Engineering Works,  Vancouver, B. C.  A. C. Hirschfeld, Ajj-ent, Atlin, B. C.  ' Tlie H. C; <��� Review. London, of  September - the '-' 20th. ,says:^���  "Through'the courlesy of theiAtliu  Mining Company,* we have j.seen  this week a collection of j ^nuggets  \vhich,\vere'brought back by .their  consulting engineer, who recently  visited the property, and - are the  result of a small fcleaii;up. The  value of these nuggets is about ,��400  aii(| one'of them weighs over 2lbs.  avoirdupois. - The "richness of'Mc  Kee Creek is sufficiently proved by  these' large niiggets,"~"the gold in  which is of un usually-,.' high "--value.  'The company has not yet publish-  'ed'its enguieer's report,'-but -if-it  proves"as satisfactory as the-speci-  mens" Ire brought home, 'the .shareholders awrto be congratulated,sa*nd  a good, deal{rfmore-t.atte"atiou^s��rilJ  ,probably be paid to the Atlin district^  which is now being recognised as  one of the' richest" placer diggings  in North America." "       '      '"���  1"  The above extract ��� is an object  lesson to all who have - the welfare  ot Atlin at heart," and every man  should,'if possible, exhibit in his  town, city or village,' specimens of  wliat Atliu is capable of producing,  be it gold, quartz, grain or vegetables. We have all seen and felt the  effect ofadvertising.-T^i^astyear Mi*  DeLamare took some fine .nuggtfts  to Paris, this 3*ear Mr. Maluin, ma-  nager of "the Societe Miniere, has  shipped to France, for purpose of  exhibition, a fine collection of nuggets taken out of the company's  property on Boulder. Mr. Robin-  sou, who left last Thursday, took  out some rare samples of our yellow  metal which will advertise Atlin in  Philadelphia, Pa.  We cannot attract too much attention, Atlin has rctouices that  merit to be, -and should be, widely  advertised. If every company and  miner operating in this camp would  follow the example set by the Atlin  Mining Co. and^the Societe Minieit  the result would be of immense benefit to Atliu; and the fact, once established, that we really have the  best placer diggings'in" North America would mean an immediate increase of population and bring prosperity of the whole district.  Paris, October 13.��� M. DeBrad-  sky and Jease Morin, the aeronauts, in attempting' to navigate  their new air ship, were instantly  killed by the'falling of the machine  today: The cause ot the accident  is not known.  Boulder is The  Banner Creek This  J  CJear���Estimated That Near-  t  1 lYs $150,000 Was Won .From  ���-'J?" "The Creek' in Six Month's.     *  <.  -I      '    I   *   >   - ^ 1     -     ��� 1        1  " The Societe.Minieie^has practi-  call*, closed down for the season as'  far;as sluicing is concerned and al-  though'we have not been able to  get,atrthe exact figures of their output, we know that'in the'last three  weeks the company, has brought  into Atlin 35lbs, 45IDS, and 4olbs  or $24,000.7' Results 'like these  speak for themselves and there is no  doubt but that the operations of the  Societe Miniere next year will yield  an enormous quantity of dust, as a  matter ot fact if the lecord keeps up,  and 'there is no reason why it should  not, it will mean $1000 per day or  $30,000 per month and the-/output  should be n ear. the $ 150.000 mark.  for this company alone in 1903.'^  -: JBoulder Cr^eek" as a "whole is de-  "��a��Sflly^heVli5nWef"ereek'*o'f>he dis-  *     ���-��� *-. -1. -< ,   �����-j^*. 1 - - *-    ' .  1 \  trictifor'this \'ear and a conservative  - o-'-   i- 1    ~     *  count-Zofthe different returns" of this"  creek totals up to $146,000.  Amongst the successful, miners  611 Boulder vvho have taken out  from $5,000 to $20,000 respectively  are Little and Taylor, Svenciski,  .Clarke and Sutherland,, Blaikie and  Co., Parson and Reifenbecker, Dock-  rill and Co., West Bros., Gus Anderson, Rogers and Co. and Tim  Rayl.,  C. D. Newton aud associates have  completed a 5oo(foot bed rock flume  3 feet wide. They "went through a  granite slide 200 feet from 4 to 12  feet high in order to reach their  ground. They are now ready for  next season and on bed rock wit h 7  feet of pay in front pi flume. Thcr  holdings onBouldei cieck -ire 1; i^e  some 320 acres ancLi^ is certain that  their output will be'-impoitant iu  1903-  THE SUNRISE CO.  Mr. F. T, llliiiiclc-Joav'si nc-.M  iveek for Davei-pm Iowa, he expressed himself as more than sati.s-  fied with the season's work aud has  taken out quite a ccniideiable  amount of gold. The ground woi lied both on the old Discovery claim  and the Sabin ground has pi oven  much better than wasrexpected and  we heartily congratulate the Company on its success.  Considerable work will be done  this winter, repairing flumes, cleaning ditches aud putting iu laggings,  in order to make an early start uext  spring.-  r'V  -*1-*������������,&  ', "\i  "������tr-*  Jr    11 "<r"i*'  . ���"'-��� -' -J' iss  1 Mi  ,',.��  mwmiuumu.uin  Enmram  vtvLims/asaaajsea  iiHliniuiniluMnlmljil  *<8SiHaiB^Kainm.vBW��al  Mj.."ltt�� iMmu*T��LMA����at.-aS I f  ATLIN,  T!.    C,     SATURDAY.   OCTOBER   iS,  j,go:  li'i-  I  Ii  H  i  1-.-  il  The Atlin Claim.  the reduction 'in freight andrccst ot f��.l "' Atlin, ' Nugget and Grape Rings.  .  'it    :-.<,*���'-      ..     r     .:    ..-  . .     ���; * <   ��-�� *,-..   ��       * *��   ���    �� �������   ���-��� <���- ..-. ���... _i   . ..... i_ . ..r��  l>\  ��� PiiIiIikIipiI    rvery '' Sntuvdny   moi riifi<-  T'.ir, Atlin Claim Pcniiibiiixn Co.  r A. 0. llrrtBCiiinsru), KniToii  OHiccot iiulilluutiuii IVniLS'.. Atlin,.!!. C.  AiUel'lisiiiu' UlUt'S 1 S.1.1HJ pi>il11*cli.' ciifli  nisei tion. ltt'iulin;; notU'CS.''"i cents [I linu.  Slpvciul C'ontrijLct^Kutcs on application..  / Tlti! uubNurrptioii im'Icu iM-t*) u iiiry im\-  abl�� In uilvnnrr. No |�� ipcr will bD,duli\ai'i>il  mileks tlits-conditloii is complied w Itli.    <  Saturday, Octobkk  i.S, 190:  With the prevalence'of the win-  tei's frost, active  hydraulicing operations wit li the maay  companies  "which have been working.llii^'year  will  practically  cease.    In -nearly'  every case' work is being continued  in order to facilitate commencement  of opeiatiqns next, season; pipes and  pressure  boxes  are  Leir.g  moved,1  "water supplies' augmented,   dams  'and flumes being put in etc,' which  although coming  under  the'lieadt  ' of dead work places tlie many operators in better positon to'commence  next year at an earlier date'.' ' -  From the records that from 'time  ��� toi time have been published in these:  columns the assertions that we  made early this year as lo the success that would obtain to hydraulic  o-perators-is born out to a degree  way beyond our expectations..     ,.  ��� ' Apart altogether from tlie direct  "evidc.ice'of success, the mining  ' men, of wide and varied experience  who'have lately'visited' the camp,  have testisfied that fiom their cafe-J  fill observations "the richest ground  .   ol the" Atlin District has1 barely been  ��� touched, 'and-'if the' record of' the  camp has been gaining favour with  Uie dutsidfe public as we have every  teasou to know it has,1 the 'Atlin  District  as an   all 'round 'mining  '   camp will be second to none on the  continent.  * An extract 'from the B, C. Re-.  view is published in anothercoliimu  touching upon the impression which  lias been made by the receipt of 14  liuggets from this carhp,. aggregating  ,��400 sterling, is but a small sample-  -"   of what the  district  is  capable  of  '   yielding.  - We have every reason to-  believe that before the' final result  of the season's  operations reaches,  the English capitalists, a great deal  v\ ill already' have been  tione to remove the stigma, which has so long  had a baneful effect on the Province  al large.    If every other section of  the Province has^done its share to  place'British Columbia mining ventures upon a sound basis  as Atliur.  has done, we may look- Cor  a new  era of extensive,ard- profitable min-  ii.g throughout the province..  Much   has been   said  at various  times upon the very great expense  attendant upouaniniug operations in  this camp, but we are inclined  to  defer, that where the profits iu every  case have been  large,  there  seems-  little argument to advocate importations of clleap  labor,   as a  matter  ot fact the average wage, including  board, for laborers  rarely  exceeds  $3.50 per day, but as time goes on  labour saving devices in the way of  improved machinery will naturally  greatly reduce the general expenses  of working/  The-greatest source of expense  withhi-draulic companies, is that  of getting rid of boulders, but with  poVmei .tiie.use of hydraulic derricks'.  '���i 1, ���"-.   "        "*  where v>raeticable> this' item in the  tuture will be materially reduced.  Of'folir compaiiiies operating this'  season an aggregatejof alna��st$20o..  000 has been won'atrd. there  seems  little doubt but  what  ttyis , 0utm.1t  will be  more 'than   doubled  next  year. ,_."������' ' '  Dredging. Profitable.  The Mining and Scientific 'Press  says:������-;"About six yeais /ago .gold  dredging on. this coast'\\as'nuide a'  prominent subject and tluit,evolut-'  ionary process of gold mining began'  to take oticcnsiderable proportions.!  In CalifornhvOoLorado, and Oie-  goh', a*> in/'Montana, dredging for/  gold-has now'made the yield ol gold  so produced a factor ;of some importance in the annual gold output,  and areas that,, Chinese .1013001:'  twenty yea*ss ago; are .now affording  handsome profit. vFroiu the Coeu'j*  d'Alene's come ''accounts of instal-  latioivof gold dredgers, and the field  is'widening. No.form of gold mining is on'a surer'basis. , With care  ui the selection of .-ground,, proper  sampling of tu.e wholearea proposed  to be diedged, 'and skillfull operation of the proper dredger, the element of chance is wholly eliminated  the matter sifting, down to a com-,  mercial proposition of cost,, expenses  and profit-   t,   -        ,        .-..,.,..'  And All "Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured onvt'he'Preriiises.  IMP*' Why send out .when you can^get good's a's'clieap-heie ?  , Watches.From'$5 up.   Fine Line pf; Souvenir Spoons.  JULES, EGfiJERT -S ^SON^-the'Swiss'Watdininls^rs.  ^m - -  ' --������-  ���v.�� , ���*  i'PS-  , 1 ! S.   <  ,      .      .l-A 'IF'YOU  WAKT  InforiVfatiori  1  , .   CONCKUN1NG .'  '       f  M1NES&MIMNG PROPERTY  ' In the Atlin District  WRITl'.  TO  ?Ji|.; C. Hirschfeld    \  Real   1 Cstate/ and   Mini-jig .Uiojier,  Oe Eekirtd RoteL  ,lg��US.  tinests Wines'liiquors and Ci  Furnished .Rooms' by the" Day,  ::'-';/'  '"   '"'Week" or Mo'ntli:  :i  THE ^KOOTE-N-AV ' fi:<JTJvL.  -Dawson. Output.  George Anderson, the Dominion  Government trade commissioner to  lhe, Yukon, says that the output ot  gold iu.the Klondike region this  year will-be $11,000,000 to $12,000  ooo,, or $6,000,000 less than last  year. The Canadians,, he says, now  control.70 per cent of the trade of  the, British Northwest Territory.  u ,..     j  G*orge E_. Hayes, Propi*i��tor  'Cok: First and .Trainor Struk'-ts.  G "Bliis Fi��iat?Cln88 HoiJel hits becirreiiioileleil unci refur .!,��'��� -.* r:uo . -'.���,���).  z and oiEens tlie best accomnioilatiwji t��. 1'u.uiMonr c>i','Ym i.,;im- m  a ' <   Goe&ts..���AHincican"ami lluuMpeiin ]>luii.        ���  9, -'   Finest Wines, Liquors and Gigars..���** ���  ��� '. ~    -'.' ' !v/P.U 1 *��rds   and   Ppol.^  ���J  %  '%  **  THE 'CJ'O'C'P^-HO'LJ-S  DISCOVERY,   B.C.  -Hydraulic Plant Destroyed.  A .landslide destroyed the hydraulic plant,., flumes, sluices and  monitors valued at $60,000 and belonging to the Thioet Creek Mining  Company of,this district..  Comfortably Fusirished Rooms--By the Day, Week or Monti!  The Best of Liq.uoss-and'Gigars always iui Slock. ��� Fine stable i  *" "     "*      r' ���"aection" with" tbe'House.���  ' - '    > -^AMERICANJANiy' EUROPEAN,  . : , o. W  1! co:  v 1       V  Fish,  Maxwell 111.  Mr_ George R~ Maxwell,. ALP.,  of Vancouver, is, seriousLy ill with  jaundice in a hospital- at Montreal.  He w.as ill with tlie same complaint while in Glasgow, aud spent  six weeks in hospital, there His  trip across the Atlantic last week  seems to- have caused a return ot the  ailment..  C: DGELKEH,  .   FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .   .  Game,1 fn   season and   home ���made   Sauya^e.  ���   1 First Street,.  Atlin.  PRICES ALWAYS   AS  LOW  AS  THE LOWEST.  ��.��.STEWART,  Post Office Discovery.  FOR GROCERIES AND MINERS* SUPPLIES.  Train,Held Up-  Lincoln, Nebraska, Oct. ��i  The  Burlington mail train was held, up  ���today by  two. masked men." The  express cat  was  broken  into and  the safe blown open by  dynamite.  The robbers secured   $1500   and  made good  their escape  notwithstanding the fact that a posse .started iu pursuit immediately after the  hold up. . "^  .vote  Call and get Prices' at  11  i  i  iwir.**'(w��* rwcrp-v  T^^K^1 ^fflTT^jT^^*ftT^f*WJt-WJTjfl^Wi����l*��  ��r ��� w-m�� vuTxvrirjimwiwr i��3sr(*s  ^uTm^��btetbtuiH>mlM I ^Aaj^sa.t.-a ^&isaJ^^j""'"!?S^!f!!^^^?^is HffiBBI  ATLIN,  B   C .. SATURDAY,   OCTOBER   i s,  iq02  Wp  can   give   You   as ,Good Value, for your CASHra,sjQf-ocerieS, Provisions, etc,  VT ** ������    any House in���Town.     '',.'.* ; . '     "   l > ,  Try  us/with  it   knd  see. ". Giant 'Po.wder  on   liand. ���  3:"jfi;-ffa$er$���o:  j^  SA Elv OK LANDS ,f'OK. UNPAID, TAXES IN THE ATLIN ASSESSMENT DISTRICT. '  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA ' ���'   .  J  HERE13Y (JIVK NOTICE/tlul, on Friday thefoui lee'nth  clay of November,  A. D. -902, at the hour ol  ten o'clock in the lorenooi-, at the Court House, Atlin, I shall sell at public auction the lands, or interests in'said lands iu the list hereinafter set out, foi (he taxes remaining unpaid bj said peisons on the thirty-  first clay of December, A. D. rooi, and fot the costs aud expenses o( said sale.  '.  V  .  a    Unpiuil TuxeH ut Hint.,  3  *                      *  * 1  .  >  ;          J}i>cpmlipr, 1901.  5  0  \                *                                 **          *.  !     ...  1  -  N'ume of PoiHoii.  *.>-  SIKH t  <1< Nl'l  jitinii of Lund  f                    )  s  1   *-  -    1.3 2"  -' 1!  j*  V  V  a  5  0  s  **  ��  1        1  J             1  ���^��  3      '��=���  8>  &  ��� 4,  "    '               "���    <  t,       A  ,  8S  ���**    p-  h-  0  s  Aitken. Siilno  Alviu Mrs iC'iitlui  Allen mid   ('itniplii'H  AlillellaOIi.   Illlllt'i'  \nk4m 111 ' 1 1...  At tliit 1 ., I (*.  .\tlia 111 en in,;  (Jomintuy  Atliu Telephone Company  lliintii, ,'ie I " -1 '  Homii,   .u. Ii" .  II, at  r  ,">.. \l.  ' I'loudj Ue *\ iv Co.  'ilooni Fioltl .mil Simls  !3i .������>���'���   (.1   li.iuiii   Ko>>ui<'t>ii  L  1)  Sliius'i  \iiir-in in  C01 puiurrun, till  Bi.i ml. .    \   tx "  '��  o^.iUe   *l   (.i  .I'll! t!oi��'ltO'l, Xlico  *i 1 1 l> 1 . l'oi>.ji t ' l ' ��  11..ike, *. f -s.  CumiilK>ll   U   I, ,  CiuiUfHi'i    ii     ' .��� ����� ���  C.iin . i    \S  ^m ti  1. a 1%   lj    - -   ���"   -  I    ll   m tx  Oiiioi', \V  tjl.i. it    1     1  Him,   il  ] ���  Uoellii 1,1.  i)iiii.i und Cn, n I. Iho-. '  Dm 11,   I   1)  r.lmsln', A.  1 it tut,   Ituit  G.��>;h, I,  L  Ct�� 1 on mill Co.  Glut/be   ;il, nil'.. K.  (loo U\ 111,  L'lllllk  Gir^oit   1 tioiuns  Gniot, ���l.uluni   t -  Gun.iiiu <ui<l  Ai t'lirr  Golil lloil>.L' lJutnei-hip  Hall,.!  Illiquid   llovUer mid htuii.e\  H.i 1-011,   V  "ill  1.1    lllMIMILCUt'l ..(111   Kll.0"  I'll".' iSlOi  Ati'iaii'   ".   il  J< lllll'l 'I  <J   V ',  hut '1 ill i * n   11  Wentu  l.u ij'-j,   'N all  1   v  lut-or Paul  Little, t lliloitl  iiuiulber^, 1.. P. -    '  Mm tin, J. S. ...  Meu/iei, DumiI  Moiia uiiil  lllnnk     **   .  McC'iuue} ���"��� llanni _  *��� cKa>, H   1J, ....  ���M>o 111I1I, A. R.    .ilt.L-'Oil ami Sullivan  McNtil, J. A. . .  Mercliunts Hunk of Huhfux  "Satlum-ton, W. J.        .   -  No^iis., J   O,  Nicoli and Vicuri   .  Olsen, LA -  Oirilvie, D.P   Olne. Small       .. .    .  Patton, D. H.  Portland Hotel Co.  Pioulx, h J.  Rant, N. W. 1*.  Read, L. II.  Ripstein, Jacob .  Robertson' A.E,  Kobe, ,1.  11.  Lot  >0  lit  Hloclc  11      '  17  11  It  2U  2_i  1  111  1111  Atlin'  linildiiijr,       l)lsco^cr^  Lot    17   lilock   .!��� Atlin  lluilding-, loo Uoiibe nnd Plant Atliu  Telephone 'Line ,,  Lot   V   Hlotlc   11 Atliu  ��� Jl'<       ,. W   '  ���    14 ....    ,     4  H l    ,. >        7 '       ��� '  ���      1       ��� I  ;,    ;> r ,.   '   -i  Lots 17 and 18 Block .1 ,      ���  '���      1' to   2d    151k   lti, Lois Ti to (i6 Hlk.' 56  ���     lj.to   li     ���       Si,     , 'to   B    ,,        I  ���      .1   to"   7     , I <   IS to 25     ���   "29  ���   bC-to   71     ���       tt% f \\ airliouse, Offices,  Wliai f etc. ut I'enuet    '',-.-     ,: , ��� \  lliuldiii^iiiid Stock,   DiscOM'i ^  Lot   18   Block   li   '      Atlin  Lot-1,2. anil 21   Hlk.17    .  Lot   9 i       Block    "i      .A,tliii.u "  ���   10 Blk, 4,   Lot 17   Hilt    7        V t li ti    '  ���..!l   ���      7       ���  1       .11  y    ,.- 21  Lot   14   Hloclc   17  li       ,       >   11.  ^   r        t                                          ^  -*  'J       ���          IB  Biiildins,1*l^isco\ei \  -   j  ���            Hen net t  f"  Lot^ 14    Block   24  t    \tllll    +  ���    H        ,           IS  ,  V  --��� 12     ��� ��� �� r.  "  b   ,;     2i  -  ���   it)      .  -       HI  .  BmldiiiK, cor, Lake  uihI IVai 1 stq ,  Atlin  Lot   4   Block   0  \ttiu  ,.   ''*                   b  .  ���     *        .        14  ���   16  ' ~     ' 10  ,                i  Building and Stock  HtMIIH-Mt  Lot   <)   block   11  ^   \thll  ��  5 ., ���'      23  ���) n  i"> ,',        21  2  Binldiiii; and Stock.1      Disciimm r  Lot   I   block   2!  .,   S       , *>  ::!   ..    '1  -*,     It)       ��� 24  ,Hotel biiildiiur,  -IjOt   4   block   21  Atliu  Bennett  \tltii  and -took   Bennett  ���UIni  Bisco\eM  -    Atlin  i  17  2  lii  2t  21  21  Sfibiu and McInncH     .  _    .  Soott, 1). K.  Slm��   Bros,    Smith. J. L.  Smjtho, S. \.      .      .    _     .    .  Suaucci, W. A.  Steele, J. McC.  Stein,  A.      ..  fetellj, Gcorurti - .  btoei, H, M. und   llillinsii, Leo  t'mitli, Miss Mubel   Thomson, M. F.  Tin ner mill Co.  i Vandorville M. L.  Van Dtrsoii  IL U  Vlctoila Yukon TrndiiiR: Co.  WroiiR, Mis Lnirru J.  Walkei, G. C.    . .  Wnstle, Thonius  "tViuebrenncr, Clius    -  Woltors, John       . .  Whittle-, and Pedlar  YouiiKgliist, S. J.       .    .  Zaoco,  Anton  ��� ���  n     .  .    6  ,   is      ,      10  Btiildiiiir,    Dis,co-ieij   ',-' _    _   ���  Lot 0    block b nnd lot i>  block   II   Atliu  Bmldinir mid stock,  Bennett  ,,        and stock,    l)i-(.'o\c i'  ,. Bennett  ,,        and ��.tock,   Bennett  Tenants, Lot 2 block lb l>uildiu��� theieou  Lot In bloct   21       Atliu  ��� 1 a..tl 2.4  ,. 5 -      ., H>- -      ���  7 '  ���  15 7  ���-  10 and 11 -.. ~      t>  ���     �� 1  Buildintr,   Bennett  Lot   l*i   block    '. Atliu  Building,    Bennett  Lot block  ���     '�����      ��� I  \tlu  Atliu  ���   lti   j-,,-     i and building  Building,   I)u>co\ei".  Lot   12   block   4 Mini  ���   10 and 11 block It.     ���  BulldliiK Disco,ei-.  Lot "20   block" i Atlin  Building, Bennett  Lot   11   lilock   U Atliu  ���   17 block 5 and lots 7 nnd * block 17 Atlin  Lots 8 and 1 block a and Lot b I1I01 k 15     ���  Lot 1   block 1  Atliu .     .   .  ���   8       ���     7 and Lot 10 bloc . 1". ".tlin  Lots 12 and 14 block 0 Atliu  Lot   6   block   24  ���   8        ���       10  ���   17       ���       15  Lots 7,8, 8a, and 9 block 2  I'.ennctt  Lot   18   block  24  Atliu  .,   14  1  -      -  Mill and Plant  Bennett  Lot   5   Block  11  Atlin  ��s   ��� ���  1  11  ���  ..   1?       ..  A  ft  Buildinp; mid stock,"Diaco\erv Konil  ,, Bennett  Lot   18   block    7 Atlin  ���   2 ���        23  5.1 (10  2 4J  2  1.1  ���*        *  ' 14 b)  ���i'uti  J 6j  ,1U 01  24 0C  2 40  �� 20  11 20  4 (ll  1 61  105 91  12 IX  2 4(  5 21  ���  2 m t  . , '-*  9 61  9 411  a wl  1 6b  6 W  4 Obi  *J 201,  2 00. ,  2 00  4 (0  1 60'  .   I  17 fiol  4 Si'1  4 UI;  5 60  2 4l>  3 00  2 8u  1  4 UI  2 80  3 201  1 00'  2S 6b I  6 40  1 801  2 8bj  2 0.7  8 2l  *l ob  9 00  1    1 ffl  .1 60  3 2l'  8 0b|  >   1 60  4 00  2 00  s 00  2 40l  '     2 00,  24 00  1 48  8 4u  24 00  80,  6 801  12 80  1 40|  5 60  2 Ob  10 40  6 (K  1 60  ���5 60  .- 4 So  ��2o  b 4o  2 00  -24 80  12 00  4 00  .12o  80  4 00  1) 20  4 80  2 00  .1 60  9 Ho  80  2 80  1 60 .  7 60  & 2o  2 80  8000  4 00  4 4o .  2 40  -4 80  8 00  2 lo  2 00  4 00  ll 50,  75 001  3 71,  2 IU,     4  1  14 80!     6 r)0  ' 4 00  1 6jI  "j4 00  4 00  52 5u,     4 00  I  7 r>oi  7 50  1  1  5 2o|  1 50  I  1 501  7 50'  1  1 50  21 00  2 40  1 20  4 20  4 00  1 60  180 92  15 71  2 4U  r. 20  2 Ob  9 (x*  4 80  9 40  3 60  ~1 Ml  b Ob'  400  7 20  200  2 00  4 00  1 60  17 60  4 80  4 00  5 60  9 90  300  2 80  4 00  2 8b  ' 3 20  1 00  41 10  6 40  1 80  2 8b  2 00  13 4r)|  1 601  10 501  1 601  5 60  ' .1 20  8 00,  .1 60  I 00  4 00  4 00  9 00  4 00  6 50  212 fill  4 00  I 00  *9 00  400  5.5 00  . 6 40  6 40  21 30  8 00  5 60  56 50  28 00  fi 40  7 20  18 20  8 00  . 8 10  3<)3 12  1!) 7*i  I, 40  14.20  ti 00  C. ��� R. N. Co.  ���ALASKA   ROUTE  SAILINGS.-  1  4 001  2 (to!  8 00'  2 4ul  3 50l  31 50  1 4Si  9 90  24 Ob,  SO1  1  0 8b'  12 80  1 10  5 6b  200  10 40  6 00  I60  12 30;  4 00  1 OOl  4 OOj  4 00  4 00'  4 00  SI 4 0U,  4 001  4 00,  4 10  1 00  4 00  , 4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00|  4 00'  4 OOl  4 00  400  4 00  4 00  1 no  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00  1 00  4 00  I 00  4 0��  4 00  4 GO  '.  4 00  4 00  4 00  6 50  - 4 00  1 00  4 00  4 00  4 Ot  4 00'  6 501  4 001  1  00  21 90  880  13 40  7 b0  5 bO  10 00  8 00  11 20  6 00  6 00  8 00  5 CO  '21 60  8 80  8 00  9,60  13*90  ��� 7 00  '6 80  , ,8,00  'b80  7 20  I 00  41 10  10 40  3 SO  6 86  6 00  17 41  5 bO  11 50  3 60  '9 60  7 20  12 00  3 00  8 00  6 00  12 00  8 SO  7 .10  35 50  1 48  li 90  28 00  4 80  '13 20  16 80  5 40  9 60  8 50  14 40  10 Oo  5 60  5 60     4 00      9 60  4 80  7 5o  37 So  1 5o  lo 7o  6 4i>"  2 00*  24 80  12 00  4 00  3 2o  80  4 00  9 2o  4 80  2 00  1 Co  9 60  So  28o  ll Co  7 60'  3 2o  2 80  117 5o  4 00  1 4o  2 4o  4 80  9 5o  2 4o  2 or  4 00  4 00  1-- '  *--4 00  *��� ,4 00  '   i  00  *6 5o  4 00  1 00  4 00  4 00  I 00  9 3o  9 00  4 00  6 So  6 So  I 00  4 00  I 00  11 5ol  4 00  " 4 00 '  4 00  4 00  4 Co  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 00  4 o��  880  11 7o  lo4o  0 00  31 .lo  1(> 00  8 00  7 2o  4 80  8 00  18 2o  13 So  0 00  ]o lo  16 lo  I 80  ti 80  7 Co  19 lo  7 2o  6 80  121 5o  8 00  5 4o  6 4o  8 80  1.1 5o  6 4o  C 00  8 00  f^tptember 30U1.   i<>n2  JAMES A. FRASKR; Assessor and Collector.  >A"*'  Atlin A**.*-ev>meiit District,  AU111, V,   C  The   following  sailings  aie  announced  for  the month of Tulv ���  Leaving Skagway at 6'p.m.,  or on  arrival of train*  Pjuncicss May  1       "  1'       "  Amur  it  '��.  Oct  9  1 >  19  "1  29  1��  11  1��  :No\  24  \3  For furthei infoiiiiation, applv or  write to        IT. B. Dunv, Ageiil, >  Skagway, Alaska  Pcllew-Harvcy,- Bryant & Gilman  ,.   Provincial Assayers  lhe Vancouver Assay Office, Established IS90. '  t      ' ������*  ���[  VI.   WALLACE   GRIME. &.   CO.,  Agents.  Lai f-e or Small Siitu'iiles forwariled for A��isn>.  O.K.  BATHS  BARBER. SHOP  G. H   FOltl) '   'Piop. +  Now occupj tlien  new   quuiteis ue\t  to tlie Bank of B N. A.. First Stieet.  The bath looms tire eyiiullj as Rood nt foil ml  in  cities.   Pnvnte Enti.inoe for Indies.  G. i:. IlAYrs  .1   G. (JO KM lit.  nugget fiotel  Discovery. -      f  ,OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS REST A U R A NT  IN  - CONNECTION.  Hendquut teis for Riook's stuee.  Pine Cree Botel.  DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  *   1.1). Sasds. Propi ietoi  J. D. D UR-I E.  MATTRESS.   FACTORY.  HOCbi:  rURNISHINGS,���KUGS   CAR-  T>"CTS  AND LINOLEUM.  PACIFIC COAST S. S. Co.  PIONniiR ALASKA  UNK.  For B. C. and Pugfet  Sound  Ports.  The  Following Elegant   Steameis  Leave Skagway:  City or Skatti.i:          Oct. 6tb.  ��� 18th.  ,. ��� 3otlj-  City or To pi. k a           Oct. 12th.  ,, 24th.  W.  WALLACE ORIAVE  & Co.,  Notaries Public.  Third Street, Atlin B. C.  MINING BROKERS & COMMISSION AGLNTS.  Firo    <&.    Accident   Insurance.  AGJ-Mf)   iom  PKf.T.FW H1RVKY   *   CO,    \san)��M��.  m?  b* 'i  t  i  ���i!l  j  p  r if  ���'  (16  ,ria  ,   --"J|  I'l  $*  <��c r  f  S"*    0  i&  fa  ri*                       J  j"if���  t-t  1                 -^  1  lv  ���*           -"Z*  I  /-����."*     '^  V  \7  i~>  ^;  w  i.<  "-"-'8  [fej  vlfl  'M  - 1  , i n wnmu-HJ Jr-3e��J��j*.i  ;*.;.���?���;".  -~-w^*.-,.^.  ������ * i, - , i .j. t ���  ,' ^  f4>  ���ATU.N,.,5:   C/, ... SATURDAY,   OCTGKKR  18.    1902.  ',.1  \;  ;i  ���ll  1$  1 r  il:  It1  t,!l7  ifr  H*   -  f  hi  PICKED UP HERE ANLKTHERE.  Church ol Entlaiid:  St. Martin's Church, cor. Third nnd Trnln-  or ^treats. Sunday services, Matins at 11 a.  >u., Kyousoui; 7:30 y. nu Celebration of Holy.  Commuiiloii, lstSunduylu eunh mouth and  on Special occasioni. '.Sunday School, Sun-  iluj at 3 p. iu. Coui'mittee M��ietini;n, lut  131uiik1ii> in eitdi inou>h.  Kev. l'\ L. Stj-phenson, Rector.  St. Aindrow's Presbyterian, Clin re h hold  neruiceh In the t'liuielv on Second Street,  Moriiin;r service ut II evening: s.eivice 7:!!'J  Siiuilny School nt the close of thr niHi'iiiiiK  norvlee. ��� Rev..I". Tui'klriprton, Miuistev.. I'ree  Rencliiit Room, to which nil are welcome.  at ��� tlie  A tlin  s '  CUT PRICKS  Cheap Cash Store :  Cream, large size, 40 cents-per tin.  Cream, small si2e, 20"cent**- per tin.  Milk, small size, 20 cents per tin. '  .Sugar, 10 lbs. for #1.00..  All other  Groceries,"  Provisions  ' -There is more' solid comfort in a  cup of Blue' Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages. ���-���''  Hunting is exceptionally good  just now; grouse and* ptarmigan  are plentiful.  Jimmy Regan has a' good  stock  ,of American Shot  Gnu  Cartridges  and Sporting floods.      His prices  lure always the lowest.  The Social dance at the Grand on  Thursday was thoroughly enjoyed  and well attended,' -'  -    ���  For Oranges and the very finest  butter'go to McDonald's Grocery.  The reception .given by. Mrs.  Ffaser, at the Government House  on Wednesday, was an 'uiicjualified  success.       '    ���  - Gus Bi-tmicfi, ��� (the  tiger),  took  out a party of youthful  and ardent  etc.,  cut  from   ro- to  20 percent  Dry  Goods,   Clothing",   Boots" and, Z"~'i-':~-"~\ ���  ���,     e   ..      . T  n, ,     .   - < ���        r        hunter'* arid wa-<* unfortunate enough  Shoes at half price.-���M. 1��0M��Y.  Mr. Prevost of the  Societe Min  iere left on the last boat for Paris.  Christie's and .Fancy Biscuits at  ' E. L. Piltanan. & Co.' -  Messrs. Robinson and Sivitzer  left on Wednesday's boat for Philadelphia, Pa.~ '.  For a-good- square meal, go to.  the Pioneer Bakery and Restaurant.  Mr.TT. Fall" has gone, to- White"  Horse on a business trip.  Go. to. The Royal for Fr��esh. Oyster Cocktails.  The total eclipse of the moon onr.  TliurscVay evening was witnessed"  by the inhabitants of Atlin, the  night-was beautifully clear and the  various phases and changes --on the  face of the moon wese watched with  interest, "'  '  1  Fane-}- Stationery at Dockrill Si  Bourne's.  Remember that the' season is  drawing to a close. If you want  to take presents home don't wait  till.thelast moment; see our local  jewellers, Juries Egg-krt* & Son,  they make nugget souvenirs that  are unexcelled". ��� -.  The Royal Hotel win " build an  addition to their' already spacious  building, thisfs a sign of good times.  The.Grand" Hotel has changed  Hands, Mr. R. McDonald of Pine  City succeeds-'Mir. Hastiewho.lea.ves  for the coast next week.  Fresh consignment of Fancy  Groceries, at popular prices, at  K. E. Piilmau & Co.  to get his whole camping outfit  burned, the loss is near $:oo. The  companions of his trials, tribulations  vicisssitudes and1 hardships, were*  Masters ��� Fetherstoneliaugh ..and  Blackett. "\  Pipes and- Smoker's Articles at  Dockrill & Bourne's. .  The A.O.U.W. will build aspac  ious" Lodge  Room.   The  contract  has been awarded to W.H.T. Olive  who> will,begin? work on> the* .building at once.. "���  Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure.���It is soBd iri- all, the stores iw  Atliti:     - .���-"���'���''       ���   ' '.  Tunnel versas Shaft.  Further shafts vertical #n fnclirt-  ed that follow ^the vein . will show  up any changes in the ore and give  a large amount in sight, "Thus  four shafts down fifty feet in a ledge  four, feet wide���' would expose 1680  square feet of tille vein. A tunnel  driven 200 feet.ta cut tire veSn  would* expose-but the- section, the  height and,] wFdth of the tunnel,  say- too square  feet."   To expose  located 011 the strength of an apparent .outcrop of ere, or on the showing of a  single   shallow   shaft   be  proceeds   to   run   a   tunnel.    The  miner or-prospector-with  limited  resources wastes only  his time and  money with'such work. ���  It is when  the "practical  miner"   undertakes  to open up a claim   for  a  company  with an'attractive capital, that the  great mischief is done; a  tunnel  is  started   to open   the ledge, say-at  20b  feet.    Now assuming that, the  ledge dips into the ground vertically  that the slope of lhe hill  is 45 degrees, and that the tunnel is driven  at right angles lo the course of the  vein, a tunnel 200 feet loug will cut  the vein,at a depth  of 200 feet.    It  is easier to ttmnel than to sink this  distance, the dirt and rock removed  can be trammed much  easier  than  it can, be hoisted*., the   tunnel  will  drain itself and if the ground is at  all  wet there is no need for tlie expense "of  a   pumping   outfit.    So  much for tlie advantages: as a mat.  ter of fact the different  factors are  seldom as cited above, the evidence  that can be gained Iron* an apparent  outcrop or one shaft is very misleading.    A com men error is to mistake  theslope.of the hill; any  ordinary  hillside is very much more likeh lo  be a slope of 25 or 30 degrees," than  45 and   the   tu-wnel , to   open   tlie  ground at'200 feet   may have to"be  driven 400  feet. - In , �� tu��nel of  this length thecba����es are that the  ventiiation  will  become \ba& at the  heading,   long waits, will be, necessary after each blast and work will  proceed slowly �����.again* the apparent outcrop ma j be-s-lide rock. ,. ,.  If ore has  l>ecn   found in ".place  and the din of the vein determined  byone shaft still the pay value may  be coirfine��L to a  chute or chimney  the limits and inclination  of which  u  in t'lXi pli'i.i oi" viin are- altogether  unknown, in such case the tunnel  expected tostrike the vein in 200  feet approaching from, the foot wall  side may fait to reaci it in 500 feef,  when fiiiailly cut the vein may ,be  absolutely   barren. -   The   section  Agen's- specially   selected fresh  ranch eggs���McDonald's Grocery.  FREE" ., . ���...;.,..  FREEH  - /  f*      t"r     t JL  J^*.JL_/J_v��� ���  ���' 'FOR-TWO WJCKKS MOUK  \( A Gi'aiid   Photographic   nisplii*-  iu MeFeeiey's'S'Gie..'  'COMK ONK--COMK All  .  ...   , NOTICF.  , -  -���*'��������� '. <  Orders were received from Victoria, to .change date of Tax sale  from the 30th ii'ist. lo FridayrNoy-  ember*F4th.        , ���  PROVINCIAL   Si;CKr.T.*.'?y\S   Ol'TK:**,   .  TJIS   HONOUR   the    Lteiiti>iiujit-Uo\<>ruoi-  inCtwne-il Itus   broil  pk'iibu.l   to   liiultc-  the follawiiiKitpiioiiilnieiit^:��� "*  ' ,        ^     29M.7March,'l9 2.  ^ EDWAKD J-AMI S-'I'HAIx; e>f Atlin, l'k(|iiir<.-���  Mining lteionler, to lie (JoiiONKU mi iti'il lur  the'County of Vuni'fimvoi'. -  a larger area drifting must de done  an*sucl> drifts  can  be  r,uu   with  exposed is jlust the size of the tunnel  better discrimination  at th�� foot of  a shaft that has followed the ore.  *  . Bn the grea* majority of cases tlie'  miner disdains to go at a  thing in  a scientific  way   but  proceeds  on  his own "rule of thumb" methods.  Having staked off his claim, often  whether th*re is ricli ore to the left  to the right ��f belo%v it is ircnrpossible  to say except by doing what may  have been done in the- first pla4e  (that is) by following the ore-.  To be continued   in next issue.  A- MEETING of the lloiird of Uo. u. 11 (.kiii-  mi^iouem will he held iu tin- ('unit llwiis -,  Atlih,-rJ.C^.o<i-Monthly N��Neii>bcr :tul. I'ii2..  at the liour.if H1 oi'elovK in tin: fori u. On, to.  consider the following ,i|n'lica.i"i.:  James Glnxii fi>r u letni-i L.|i..n I.uenciv  for the "Hnlfn'tij !l<i!Jaf".li<'i -�� " .1 Atlin .u-tl.  l'iscovery.  ~ \V.titer ��� mti��" ,  C'lilirf l.ic-'iieo inii> t'-.. r-  Atlin, B.C. (OB'toofi Mi 1., ��9>>.'.  Certl-fleates of InsprovemenJ  GOLI>,eOI.B No..S: A***!) SYDNEY FKAC-  TIO?- Mineral' Clai'nif,, sftuate iu the  Atliu Mioius- Diviniou oi (Caswinr District^  one mil* Noctih West of Atlin City.  'TAKE N'a^iue.DhaHl^WillUm Beiivis X.V.C-  No, B 4888-, intend 6(1 dnys from ilntu hereof to aniilj to the .Mhiiiifr Recorder for Cer-  tiiicutes of ImpEovemnuts,. Kir the i>r:r|'os<-  of obtaining Crown Giants of the nbov^  claims.  Asjj' Ft'BTHEU,   Tirlte .norice   that'   uetioci  under Section 37mu.t be eomm����iieeil heforif l  the issuance of such Cevtincnte of "improve -  mentis .       Williiini Benvin,  Unted ttlifs irth. day of Seiiteuiber, 1&2.  for  -  Fall attd Winter Supplies at Bed-rock; Prices."  SO Tons New Fresh Goods to Arrhro Next WeeBr*  BLACKETT & CO.

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