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 '-"Hi  US  VOL.  ATI.IN.' B. C, SATURDAY, OC'I OHTvK,.  19.     icjoi.  N'O.   U.S.  Are  e  BLACKETT'   &    Co.-.  offering    Special   Bargains   in   their  Larp;e  Stock   of��� Men's   Goods  I.VCI,    NI.Mi  Ri'Z PROSPEC  3'S  I  Clothing,    Heavy   OversSsir^s?    Sweaters-  G~-  'stps, Ousssstrw'ear &9i$8 f��k@(Es:a  Their  Stock' .of Groceries   is the Largest  and   most' Complete  in  'Atlin.   nni_  111 ev  are prepared to give specially ��� Close  Prices for winter supplies.  examine  on  Infif  O��'  el  Rich Lead Struck en the En-  ,   p'mcer Group.  rhe IKothor ' ode Showing- Up Well  ���~ Outlook" On ��� the Gleaner  Group '--- Rich Assays From  the  White Moose.  sewhere.  nr  iTT.  uauni.iil  CO.'   ���       ���  1  IRON   STORE,  -First and  Trairior  Streets, Atlin, B. C.  !8  CAPITAL  ��� PAID    UP    S8,ooo,ooo.  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  San Francisco,  Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Exchange said 0x1 aSl Points.  Gold Dust Pukchaskp���Assay Oi*i*ick in Connection.  J. S.   MliNRO, Manager.  .m  ��E3  Tiff  FIRST  Owositk Dr.roT.  Wm.   WALMSLEY,   Proprietor.  CLASS   IN   EVERY   RESPECT.  Fine   Wines,   Liquors   and   Cigars.  CARIBOU,  Y. T.  '<���  Dealers in Provisions,   Dry   Goods,   Etc.,  A,   S.   GROSS   &   ��<B.  Mttt  STKCIAI.TIKS  IN  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Brsad, etc.  Chas.   Mvici', Proprietor.  Good Koiiiii.s to l*ont--ll.v tlio IMy, Wuck or Mo.-illi nr roasimalilc rains.  Shelf assd Heavy Hardware,  - en* vn,  IS'uh- mill .Si'L'Oinl  I lit ncl  Tin ami ('I'linitu W'ui'o, Inm  Stncl, I'iults. Slinvuls- mid Itliiolismitli's  O011I. Oiiuit PiiuiIi.t, Cups, I'iisi' anil Vnltiin Stovt's.  (ioods   Houirlit   Sold   anil   r.xclianned.  The = Bank = of = British = North = America  KxttililiMlieil in 1 Js*-0.   Iiicorpurntcil by Uoyal Cliartor.  Paid Ui- Capital $4,866,666  Rjcsicuvic Fund $1,703,333  Head Office in Canada: Montreal. H. Stikkjuan,  General ^Manager.  Branches in all tlie principal cities of Canada, and agents in r>TewYork,  San Francisco, Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Etc.  ASSAYr OFFICE  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.'  Quartz Assaying at Reasonable Rates.  This week the most v e'coirc  news reaches us concerning the  developments up;. 11 ninny of the  quartz prospects under explo'.tat'o;.',  and we are also ple.-srd 10 report  that sevcal promising groups; at  the south end of the lake have been  taken upon a working bond by Mr.  W." H. Hile, of Philadelphia, whose  arrival was chronicled- last \*eek.  It is .understood' that the consideration in each case-is. a good one,  and as Mr. Hile is known not' to  do tilings 'by halves, we ' may look  for startling' developments when lie  gets" to work *next season, provided  the-properties--come up to expectation."        " "      " -","���  We have   today received a report  from Mr. M. Clere, Consulting Engineer,    that   the   Engineer Group  has just given   a   new   example   of  its possibilities.    Some   weeks  ago  we gave  a   detailed   description   of  the various ledges upon which work  had heeu   done.    Since   that   time  prospect work has been   continued,  and a few days ago, in.blasting out  the croppiugs of the Toronto ledge,  they   have   encountered   very rich  ore,   similar to that of the Mill Test  ledge, and full of free  gold.    This  ledge   had    been   prcviousl}*   very  little   prospected,   and the news of  its   richness   must     be   extreme]}*  gratifying to the com pan}*.     Where  prospected the ledge is distant from  the Mill Test ledge about 2500 feet.  Iv. is the intention  t,f the   company  to continue the development on the  Toronto ledge   during   the   winter,  and it is to be hoped   thai   the  excellent prospects just uncovered will  prove even better, if such were possible, in the development.  It is understood that the company has crossed the fault in the  Foundalicn ledge and have cut into the main ore body aud are now  drifting due east along the ledge in  very highly mineralized rock, averaging with the ore found in the  main cross cut. The ore shoot  which was recently discovered in  the main tunnel is very-visible on  the walls and bears evidence of being a clear cut vein within the  ledge, it measures two feet, but as  yet no drifting has been done.  From surface indications on the  Gleanerville properly it was expected that the cross-cut tunnel  would strike the lead within ^ninety  feet, but the dip of the ledge became so-acute that although they  were in over one hundred feet, they  have, so far failed to strike-the  ledge. As they are 'bridging the  ledge the ruck is becoming very  highly luiferaiized. Work 0:1 the  properly is. suspended, but wiil be  resumed earl-* next spring.  ���-���'umples h;ut.-just beei. shown us  from the    A.oiher   lode,    and, they  .-���;.lii-fy the desires of tlie- :.;o-t   exacting.     On ��� a   new   shaft.  ' beryut*  about a  week ago, the   solid   iedge  matter has bsen encountered   about  .eight feet   below   the   surface, anti  shows   just, as   fine   t'rcn   miHing  quart;*, as one   would    w sh   to sea  The quartz .:s   of a   g.ayish-white  colour, with visible free gold evenly  distributed   throughout.    The prospects are  so  gratifying  ti at work  will be diligently prosecuted.    Tlie  stamp mill on Monro niountaiii'has  crushed, so far, .some   three or four  tons of ore from the .first cut made  on   the . ledge,   with, it iii:der.sUod.,  sati.si*:ctor.y   returns.    ElToils,' will  be.made to keep- the.-.mill, running.,  constantly   from    now   on.    '   The  ledg-e, where, last uncovered, shows  a width' of three   feet of.clean ore,  though the walls for  some distance  each side carry, lair.pay.       ,   .  "r"Of samples sent   to   Butte, Mon.,  some   weeks   ago,   from the White  Moose   group,   the  following   very  satisfactory   assays   have   been   received; i's'c. 1.   1.44 oz. in   gold; 7*  oz., silver; 2.1 per   cent   in   copper  and   10 1-2 per  cent  lead.    JVo. 2,  73-100   oz.   gold; 63   oz. silver; 16'  per cent copper and xo 1-2 per cent  lead.  Preliminary Hearing.  Henning  Committed   for Attempted Murder.  Witnesses  Bound   Over  to Testify  at Next Court of Assize;  On Monday morning of this  week the preliminary hearing iu  the case of Henry Henning for attempt to murder his wife, was  heard before E. M. N. Woods, S.  M. C. Dubois Mason acted as  Crown Prosecutor. Upon the evidence produced the ' prisoner was  committed for trial at the first sitting of the Court of Assize, and the  several witnesses bound over.  It is yet a matter "of uncertainly  where the prisoner will spend the  winter, but instructions arc looked  for daily.  Mrs. Pfenning is slowly recovering from her wounds and will be  around again in a few days.  The Wires Down.  Last Friday's storm played havoc  with the through telegraphic service and communication was only  restored on . Thursday' night. The  congestion of-private" messages has  delayed Press Despatches.  - i\  rt  Hal  m  I'l'l  ���I"i il  t,  r  y- ��������� \v  ATXiN,  B.C.. SATURDAY, OCTOBER,   to-,''rgor  l'ulilislii'il    I'Vcry    Sal iinlii.v' iii'iriiiini   hv  Tllii ATI,IN <'l,,\l.\l. I'i'lil.l.-ililNi; (In.  A. I!. I ll HRt'lll'*KI.II, I'lirriill.  I). Tnlili Lulls. Siili-I'ilitni'.  Ollii'i- ui' niililii-utiuii i'l'iirl S'.. Atlin, H. C.  Ailvri'tisini;   lluti"! :   Si.ml   pit  iarli, I'ur.li  iiis.'i'l'uiii.    ICfitilinjr ii'itii'i'��. -���">   ri'iits a lini'.  Siu.'i'iul Conti'iii't  Kiiti-i mi ii|i|illciiliiiii.  Tin' siiliscrliilioii iirii'p is *r> a vein' im.v-  iililf in iiilvmu'r'. N<i p ipoi' will In' ili'livi'i'iid  unless lliis coiiilit'tmi is coiiinlii'd with.  Saturday, Oct.   iytli,   190:.  Tin* results  shown   by this sea-  sou's development upon the various  " quartz;  properties   in the Atlin district   have   been    very gratifiyiug,  aud go(" far   to   show   thai  the permanence   of the  camp,   apart from  hydraulic mining, is fully   assured.  The attention  of capital is now being drawn towards this section, and  ���   this week we hear that quite a num-  ��� ber of   promising   properties   have  been placed. under  bond to  a   big-  company in Philadelphia.  Recent  advices   inform   us  that  the While Horse coal measures are  showing up well and that a force of  men are being  put to work to open  up   the   property   in a systematic  manner.   Adjacent to White Horse  there is   a   very considerable   promising ,'miueral   belt.    With a possible  unlimited   supply of all kinds  of ore, wet.   and dry, and the likelihood   of   coking   coal within easy  reach, what   is   now more requisite  than    a   customs    smeller,    which  could be erected at Cariboo or some  suitable point on   the   lakes,   equidistant from the   White   Horse and  the Atlin   mineral   zones?    In  our  opii'.ion it  would  be a matter meet  for the  consideration of the White  Pass & Yukon   Railway   Company  to lostcr the   country's   mineral development by the   building of such  a smelter.    The   Company by such  action   would   be  assisting  iu  the  most material  manner  in   opening  up the  untold  riches of this great  northern   country, and  at the same  time would  be enhancing the value  of the stock of  the company by increased  traffic  over  their lines and  steamers.    Many instances could be  cited both in   this  country and the  United Stales where railroads have  seen lit lo thus assist and foster the  mining   inteiests   adjacent   to their  lines,    and   in   every   instance the  greatest benefits  have accrued both  to the miner and to lhe railroads.  We   take   this    opportunity    to  congratnUwe   Mr.   Newell, who has  been  appointed   to succeed Mr. E.  C. Hawkins   as   .Manager   ol"   the  While Pass 6c Yukon Railroad Co.,  aud would suggest  that   if he  desires to make a name lor himself in  the future development of this great  section   of   the   country he should  give   the   question   of    a    custom  smeller, to   be .erected  by the rail-  , road, his most   favorable cphsidera-  lioh. ���______  In order that the opportunity to  induce capital to Atlin should not  be iost, prospectors* ought to bear  iu mind that the capitalist will not  pay the price of a in hie for what is  but a fair prospect, and the miner  should ever be willing to sell his  property on a working bond to bona  fide capitalists. Whether the pro-  snecl will .make a mine will then be  demonstrated and the miner benefit  ��here1"y.  A. C. Hirschfeld Kesps Atlin  to  the  Front,  Press Extracts From-Coast'Papers  ���The Atlin Exhibit Attracts  Favorable Comment.    ,  ' As is generally known Editor  Hirschfeld left Atlin about a month  ago, in charge of a very creditable  mineral exhibit' from this section of  British Columbia, and, incidentally,  as custodian of a nugget bracelet to  be presented lo li. R. H. the Duchess ol Cornwall and York, at the  Exhibition held at Victoria, 15. C,  this month. We have watched  with pleasure' the progress of'Mr.  Hirschfeld's endeavors to place the  camp .before the public aud the  manner in which our prospects  were received on the outside.  Opinions were locally expressed  as to the good that would result from the presentation above referred to, but now that that presentation -is a matter of history, the  most pessimistic cannot but sa}*  that from an "advertiser's" point  of view, it has been of benefit to  the district in a general way, at  least, in that Atlin and Dawson  have been placed on a par, in as far  as the Royal visit to Canada is concerned, in their "presentations."  By this presentation the attention  of capitalists is drawn towards this  section. The following notices  are extracted from the various  coast papers:  ATLIN MINERS QUARREL.  niFl'KKKNCKS  OF OPINION  HINDKR  THIS   DKVI'I.Ol'IUKNT   OF PROPKRTV.  Mr.' Hirschfeld, editor of the Atlin Claim, who is at present at  Victoria, will, before returning to  Alaska, take up with cthe officers of  the Government vital questions  which will affect the successful opr  cration of mining in the Atlin  country.  Private differences are now seriously retarding the work i;-, that  district aud many misrepresentations are being made to the Government, 011 the strength of which official orders are issued which hamper development and create bitter  feeling-  Mr. Hirschfeld proposes to put  matters .in their true light before  the Government, aud will use every  effort to have past differences amicably settled. ��� Skagway Daily  Alaskan, Oct. 8, 1901.  A PRESENT FROM ATLIN.  Tlie bracelet of gold nuggets,  sent by the miners of Atliu for the  Duchess of Cornwall and York was  presented this afternoon at the  Mount Baker Hotel, Oak Bay. Sir  Henri Joly de Lolbiuiere introduced  Mrs. M, K. Hitchcock, who, in a  few well chosen words, made the  presentation. Her Royal Highness,  after receiving the gift, desired Mrs  Hitchcock to express to the donors  in her liauie the sincere pleasure  she felt in accepting sq unusual  and beautiful a souvenir of Atiin's  loyalty. Her 'Royal Highness  asked several questions concerning  and   was   intensely in-.  Hydraulic- 'Mining  ineryi  ing,   Pumping & Sluicing Machinery,'''  (Centrifugal .Sand, Gravel &  Dredging Pumps.  HYDRAULIC   DERRICKS ��� From 3 to io tons lifting capacity.  HAND    POWER    DERRICKS   of i   to,, 2   toiis'lifling capacilv.  HYDRAULIC    GRAVFL    ELEVATORS,  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER    OATHS,  ANGLF,    STEEL    RIFI'LES     &..  HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PI PIC  KS.   _  Nos.   38  to 44 1'"RKMON'r ttTUl*l*T,  SAN    FRANCISCO,   CAT,.  Write for prices,,circulars and catalogues, or call on  ��� A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C.  * THE    KOOTENA.Y " HOTEL. I  George E. Hayes, Proprietor  Cor. First and Trainor Strickts.  Xliis First Class lintel   litis   boon   i-omoilcleil and return islioil tlii'ousliout  rind oll'oi'i, tlii? licet acdomtnotlntion   to Transient or Pernuiiient  Guests.--American ami I'uropeiwi Plan.  Finest   Wsates,   Liquors   and  Gigars.  Billiards    and   Pool.  a <*-':-��M<>a*j:i-��o<vo:<<K'$a  :L  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS' MANNER.  French Restaurant in Gonneation  Rick & Hastie, Proprietors;    David Hastiic, Manager..  Corner of First and Discovery Streets.  ��  Importer  of General   Merchandise  OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN   B,   C  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  E,   ROSSELLI,   Manager,  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  This   New   aud   Commodious   Hotel was opened to the Public,  April  16th, 1901.-^Everything iir it is New,���-Sirictly First Class,  CHOICCST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS���.CASE GOODS A SI'tOM-TY,  WHOLESALE     DRY    GOODS,     LIQUORS    AND    CIGARS.  75^ Importers of all classes of Foreign Goods ^    '*-  Victoria  and   Vancouver.  Sole Agents for*  BROWN1 S  4    CROWN    SCOTCH ' WHISKY  the mines,  CORBY'S    CELEBRATED   CANADIAN    RYE  A, B. C, BOHEMIAN    St;    LOUIS    BEER  &   CHANPQN   CHAMPAGNE,   DRY   IMPERIAL  mtmmouKmBmmBBBM n  i.  ATUN,   B.  C, SATURDAY,   OCTOBER,   io:' rgoi.  ?%&,  $$MT~      DKAI.IU'S   IX  @s3c��&&soiesF Fruits, Flour, Feed  First Street, Atlin, B. G.  Handle only the best Goods in the Market.  BEST   SERVICE   GUARANTEED.  Trv   our Teas and Coffees.  terested   in the   details   of   mining  life. , .    ":  The bracelet is a unique, bit of  bijoutric,, being composed of a  double row of nuggets, to which  arc suspended live laiger, nuggets,  on each of which is a letter in relief forming the word A T L I N.  11 is the work of tlie jewelry linn  ol'Jiik'.-i Egnerl & Sou, of. A'.lln,  H. C��� COI.ON'I'-T, Oct.  2*..(1.  ��� The Atliu exhibit gives a good  indication of what thai section is  likely .to be when it is fully developed. A collection of photographs  of mines and mining scenes adds  interest to the exhibit. Covcru-  , men I reports, catalogues and milling  magazine.-: can be obtained from Mr  Hirschfeld   ���    .  The Atlin mineral exhibit attracts the public, and, for so young  a cam]-, is certainly very encouraging. The Gleanerville, Engineer  aud White Moose group exhibits  go far to show that , Atlin has not  to depend wholly on her placer diggings. Mr. Hirschfeld, ' who is  daily at the'exliibition, very kindly  volunteers any information to the  many enquiries. ��� Colonist, Oct.  2nd, 1901.  FOR .SALE--At a Bargain.--  Comfortable Cabin, two rooms;  eovered-iu woodshed and Summer  Kitchen. Furnished or unfurnished.  Apply W. Wai.i.ack (iKinnc,  A ft I.  BATHS  BARBER SHO!'  ,. I". LINK Prop.  Now <>i'i'ii|iy their hum'  n inn! urs- next  lo tlin llrmlc nf 11. \. A.. Kirst Street.' .  Tin: but li rooms inn ncuully lis good 11s found  in   cilins.    Pi'ivntu   I'litiMiuce for Indie,..  IU'IC.  GlI.I.KSI'l H.   l'rop.  ���jyj'lTICl' i-, hereby (iivi'ii tlnit W. Von  ICyUnni* mill M. I,. Plnlnnuer, nf tho  town of Discovery, Allin district, trailing  iiiulur tin! naniM nf Champion it Cn., Merchants, have, l>y Deed of Assignment, mndo  in pui'suniict! ofthe Creditors' Trust Deeds'  Act, duti'il ['oiirleeut li October, Instant, and.  executed on that day, assigned I'll their and  each of their pergonal property, real estate,  credits and oM'eets, which may bo seized and  sold under execution upon II. IC Symmoiis,  of said town, upon trust for the bciioii t of  their creditor-,.  Dn'ted   at Atl'n. ",.C., thl* fourteenth   day  of October, A. II.. lil'll.  II. li. Symhons, Assignee.  mm  Finest"   Wines,   liquors  Furnished Rooms by the Day,  Week or  Cigars.  .011  ith.  The   White   Pass   Company  Appoints a Successor  "^*E, the undersigned,   W. G. .Mitchell, ami  F. A. Wise, part owners of the aheve  NOTICE.  "Rock oi' Agbs"   .Mineral   Claim,   situated  at Discovery Camp, Pine Creels.  TO   .1.    II.    MAI.IiAr.BU    AND    "A*.     HOLUNGK-  WOliTIl OH OT1IEK TH��I1(  AOKNT OH AOENTS  d  c  mineral claim, hereby give notice to the  above-named J. II. Jlnlhileu and W.HoIIiHgs-  worth or other their Agent <>r Agents,, that  we do hereby request the said J. II. Jlnlhileu  and N*. Hollirigsworth to contribute their  share of the assessment worlt ilnne on the  said claim, viz.: Two years' assessment, work  and survey, from .May 22nd, 189!'. unioiiutiii-;  to the sum of'���250. Unless the said amount  he paid to us on or before the 12th day of  January next wo shall proceed under and by  virtue of the powers conferred-by Suction I  of tlie -Mineral Amendment Act, 190(1, repealing Section 11 of Cap. 1.1 of the Statutes  \V. G. MiToriKLr..  F. A. Wise.  Oct. 12th, 1901. sn-7-'!m  fifty thousand dollars (!"l.*i',,''('(,,(IO), and the  further amount ,of capital to be subscribed  nnd paid up, above the cost, of ( he lii'sl mentioned portion iu respect of the remainder  of the undertaking, before the same is commenced, shall be lifty thousand dollars (">."i!)t-  IKKl.OO).    .  (-1) Ami tlii<. islui'ther  to  certify that  the  lime within which the said  capital, .namely,  Illy   thousand  dollars   (S5'),<l()l).')(),'  is   to be  subscribed is lixed at three months Iroui tho  date hereof, anil'the  time   within which the  said undertaking and worhs are to  lie  commenced is lixed at six mouths from the date  hereof, anil the date by which all f lie proposed undertaking shall be in operation is fixed  at two years from tho date hereof.  Dated this 29th day of August, 11)01.  J. D, PUENTIOI*.  se 2S-lm Clerk of the Kxecutivo Council  CliKTri'ICATK   OF   Till*    REGISTRATION  OF AN EXTRA PROVINCIAL COMPANY  'Com pa sir's Act, ISin."  of 1899.  Atliii.H. C.,  To Late Manager E. C'. Hawkins���  A. B. Newell, of Chicago, the  New Incumbent.  A new head now controls the  operations ot the W. P. & Y. Ry.,  as Tar as the Alaskan business is  concerned.  On October tst, Vice-President  A. E. Newell assumed charge, and  now* all letters are signed by him as  Vice-President and Oeneral Manager. '  Since the resignation of Mr. E.  C. Hawkins' the railroad officials  could find no worthier or better  man than Mr. Newell. He has  been in the railroad business for  many years, and the progression,  as started and executed by his predecessor, will be continued under  the management of Mr. Newell.  PART   TV.  'WATErrCnAt;sES Consolidation Act, 1897.'  Copies ol  the new   Placer Act of  1901, consolidated with the Acts of  ��� 1898  and    1899,   for   sale   at   the  Claim Office.  For  a First Glass Meal  OO  TO  The  Kootenay Restaurant  and Cafe.  POPULAR    PRICES.  JlllB. G.  1". HAYliS. Prop.  (1.) This is to certify that the " Pine Creek  Power Company, Limited," established with  the object of carrying; on the business of a  "power company" within the meaning of  Part IV, of the "Water Clauses Consolidation Act, lS97,"in the Atlin District, Province of British Columbia, and incorporated  on the 2Sth day of June, 191)1. lias submitted  its undertaking to the Lieutenant -Governor  in Council for approval, and that the said  undertaking, ai shown by rhe documents  and plan filed, has been approved, and that  tho same is as follows:���-  To niiilto available water for the working  of a large area of placer mining; ground  which is at present, unworkable. Hogimiiiig  at a point approximately IS,(10(1 feet above  the Discovery Claim, on Pine creek, to ho  known as "point of diversion of water,"  and proceeding thence westerly along; Pine  creek to its mouth, and extending laterally  on either side of Pine creek so us to embrace  the Pino creek water-shed, the Sunrise  Gulch, Twin Gulch, and the lower portion  of Spruce creek below the Discovery Claim,  embracing that pirt known locally as the  " Stevendyke."  That for this purpose the Company will  nequiro by purchase three thousand five  hundred miners' inches of water, to he diverted from Pine creek, using the present  channel of Pine creek to the point of diversion, 18,(100 feet alioio Discovery Claim, and  thence by ditch mid iliiine along the north  side of Pino Creek to and below the Sunrise  Gulch, and thence by a system of steel pipe  line to reach Pine Creek at aud along parts  approximately 9, 1500 feet below the intake,  aud again at the Discovery Claim IS, (1(10  feet below tho intake, and again at .Sunrise Gulch 26,000 feet below the intake. To  siphon across Pine Creek with u'Hi-inch steel  pipe line approximately 8,000 feet above the  Discovery Claim, and thence bv ditch and  11 times along tho south side approximately  three miles and to return all of the said water into Pine Creek at an elevation below tlie  intake varying from 85 feet to 11)0 feet.  (2) And this is further to certify that the  Company propose;to' begin their undertnk-  iilg by oxtondiug the ditches and pipe lines,  (ii) Ami this is further to certify that the  amount of the capital of the Company,  which will bo duly sirlisei'ibed and paid up  before the Company commences the installation of additions, or exercises any of the  powers of the "Water Clauses Consolidation Act, 1897," Part IV, in that behalf, is  hereby lixed at. the s'uin of one  hundred and  T HEREBY CEKTTFY tluil the "Societ  . Miniere de la Colombia llritaiiniiiuo"  has this day been registered as an lilxtra Provincial Company, .under the "Companies'  Act. 1897," to carry out or elruot all or any of  the objects of the Company to which the  legislative authority of the Legislature of  British Columbia extends.  The head ollice of the Company is situate  iu Paris, "Vance.  The amount of the capital of the Company  is 000,000 francs, divided into (1000 shares of  100 francs each. ,  Tho head office of the company in this Province is situate in the Town of Atlin, anil  Emile Jaime de Laninre, explorer, whose address is Atliu aforesaid, is- the attorney for  the company.  The time of the existence of the company  is fifty years.  Given under my hand-anil seal of ollice at  Victoria. Province of Hritish Columbia,  this 17th day of August, one thousand'nine  hundred and one.  S. Y. WOOTTON.  Hegistrnr of Joint Stock Companies.  The following are  the  objects  for   which  the company has been established:���  lixploration, options aud purchase of all  miuoral concessions, gold or otherwise, in  Alaska and the klondiKe, and more particularly in the Atlin District, firirish  Columbia; the development of the sard concessions; the option by concession or  purchase of all industrial enterprises, commercial or agricultural, thesale or exchange  of said concessions or properties: tlie publication and sale of circulars, reviews or  papers treating interesting questions iu the  above named regions: the organisation of  affiliated societies for all uudertnlciugs o!  the above-mentioned nature: the sharing  the said societies, or in others to be formed  or already existing; the sale, purchase anil  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 iu Alaska  Klondike and Hritish Columbia; and all  other indust trial, commercial, agricultural  or financial operations which could directly  or indirectly be incident to the principal  objects of the Society  Bolmer & Parrott,  Livery Stables.  Saddle  Horses,   Buggies,   I^oad  Carts,  Pack Horses for hire.  IZ&YAl  MAIL  Stages   Leave   Atlin    for   Discovery-  Daily from the Royal Hotel.  Pacific Coast S.S. Co.,  Pioneer Alaska Line.  NOTICE.  I,  "ANNA Maiiki." aud "Victoiiia " Mineral  Claims, situate about '"'.j miles north of  Atlin.  To J.. S. 1'liUGUSON oii.otiii:ii ins Agent  on 'Agents : '  the, undersigned, Patrick Donovan, part  owner of the above mineral claims,  hereby giv"> notice to the above named J. S.  Korgosoii or other his A gent or Agents; that  I do hereby reuuest the said ,T. S. Pcrguson  to contribute his share of assessment work  dono on the said claims, viz,: one year's assessment, work from 11th August and Sth  September, lflOO, respectively, amounting to  the sum of $200. Unless tho said ninoiiiit.be  paid to me on or before the 28rd day of November next I shall proceed, under and by  virtue of the powers conferred by Section 4  of the mineriil Amendment Act, 11)00, repealing Section II of Cap. ���).*> of the Statutes of  1890. Patkick Donovan.  Atlin, II. C., August 21th, 1901. Au21-3m  Safe, Past, Punctual, Comfortable,  and Luxurious.  Courteous   Treatment,  Splendid Meals.  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. Sth.  Alternate  sailings  ever)- five days  direct for Sound Ports.  Above   Schedule      .subject     to  change without notice.  J. H. KELLY, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska  T7" IR KLA N D HOTEL,  1'IK.ST   STRliKT,    ATI.IN.  J.  KIRKLAND, - Managwk.  First-class dining room  And Elegant Sleeping Rooms. y  TULES EGGERT-& SON,  Swrss  Watchmakers,  And manufacturing jewellers.  AH kinds of nugget work executed with  neatness and dispatch.  First st.  next to Vancouver General Store  BROWNLEE & LOWRY  .1. II. Brownlee, P. I. S., I). L. S.  R. C. Lowry, A. M. I. C. I..  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  and Surveyors.  Pkarl Strukt, Atun, B. C.  0�� F** N. Co.  Sailings From Skagway:  S. S. Hating,  Sept. 28th.  Oct. 8th.  ���  181I1.  ��� 28th.  S. S. Amur,  Sept. ,23d.  Oct. 3d.  '.,     13th.  .���    23d.  and every ten clays thereafter.  H. E. Dunn, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska.      .     ���    ��� , ���  111  : f  'A  U  1  I--I  v*l  m  m  1 *to I  i-H"-  if'-.l  I!)  ''}.  ���������I  .^���1.<-H.;,.I.i..J..-,^-��.,..<,. /rATL^N^^^
;-PiGKEb'!-UP";HE-RE ANDJHERE;-
Cliurcli  of. I'liglaiiilV y;   '* .y 7  ';y 77-
. Si. .Martin's ('.liiii'i'li,.('oi'. Tliird  and Traiii-
■ or sirceis, Sunday s.-irvii'es.1.\l,'itiiis at 11 u.
in., liveiisiii'ig.7':'.{") p. in.''XVIiilirniioii ol' Ijoly
•Coiiiiiiuiiiijii; •. lit' Sunday iu 'r-iu'l: itioiitli iind
on Special''oeeasii'iiis.'. Sunday School,. Sunday ai yi;:|i. lii. IViintiiilli'i' ;.\;.Wdiii;;s/ 1st
Tliiii-.ihiy in each ni'oiilh.     y    :. y   ;
'■•■,'•.■■''. I'ftv. . 1*. !.. .Slepliens.Mi, IJeetor. ...
... St. /Andrew's ' P.rcsii.vliu'lu u" ('liiii-ch hulil
services iii 'I lie ('hiiri'li ;iui Second Si t'i'i't.
Miii'nii'ig isi'i'vii'iiyiit 11 i.'veiiii.g M'l'vii'e -Til'll'.
Siiiiilny S'i'liool at the close' .''of (lieiiiorii ing
service.' Kev. .'.; I'lis-cll,:'.Vinislei'. . I"ri>e;
Kcnil i iiff/'i{ooiii. t o. Vf',!' ieli n II a re \\:.'Iconic. ."
";pp^:fos;;:SfiiL":
Publishers';
Announcement.'
;7 7 7y';Sqnie'-'\veeks7at;;6   we-i pinnated
,;;,:':';.;. tliat .'.we^ere'; 'entering.; in lb' nrrange-
.;    y iiiehts \vitli ;tlie"\'ie\v; bi"   lumvg- a
.telegi-aphie   service-   in ; coimeetion
,7: "■':■ 7, .\vi il i7; tl ie.""(:j.i.'A"i>"i ,-.-'*ii id yt li a',t-" 'Iwe '"Avpu J.flj
r^7issue a-SpeeialTelegraphic* Bulletin/
/./;e'y.ery'.'Wedii'esdny/c: veiiiiig   ancl Llie  eYnpiuy.
.'■;..""'■ .Tegular.' issue, .with   the. latest / tfele-
'; grants, /every,, Saturday:  moriiing;
■7'As;the con leinplated7ser vice cannot
;;7/' be/en ^
7'.; .';.;support of. .tlie... public, ■Aye'.... respect-,
'y;iull\-;clesire^ that the7 people/ of; ;tlie
yy: ,;• ■ .district:.will"show.' their- \viI!ii;giiess
y;y 7tb have/theservice: .iiiaugiirated 'byy
7,7 ."liberally::.; subscribing, / /We   do   not
7/Iook/to;make;au)/ money/out of the:
;^7/'deal,ylxitthe/snm.bf :^20 a \veek is,
/-'// required .to pay telegraphic services.''
= .•'■'It is-intended;.to start the. service
7.7Voir the. first - week./of  next 7mou th
y;;7y 'and tlie7Pdblisliers would appreciate
;;,'.;it': .ifviiitendihg.  subscribers vvould
i7.;::;kiudly"call;yand .haveVtheir/names
■ ;:  p.hiced;pn the. li'U. befcre-ZN'ov.; i'st1.
So'.Ea'y.'.7EL:'ag'wa'y'-...''R'umo.'iir'3---.Tlioy.
y,y7;7;:Wili ..-I'd, Doubty. Have a/V/arm
:;;7 7:Welcomo7 ,:,;:7;-;;7;7' 7?7;7; .'7 .
'■■.'; Tlie following is! taken,from' the
Sicagwav Niiws'bfy i 5tli iust.aiid
may; be' taken /lor .what il is worth;:
.'•'.Tlie coining.of the Japanese laborer/, to ■: A11 i n, -is 111 rea te ■; e'd, a s a I a bo i>
iiigi-nian'scalaniity ylbr:iiext:sea',Oi!,
ft:,we '.are.' to: believe a /report/which;
has,i cached :this 7city.77 A dormer;
employee of ;Mr7--Skinner, yassoci-.
aled";:with;;;;(.)e'oi-gc; :Av Bracket t;iu
hydraulic 'en'ei'pnses;in 'Atjin/ytbld
a;Te:preseh[:Ui\,e7c)17l.lib:' 'Di'!';iy/-S]«ig'-.
V\'ay7;>rews:7/th^
giveii:7i)ut7tlij'.t7:i:ext;: \;bar7::he^\vili:
a"phi:;/se '■■':i:ii:'p'c'-:ii'i7*.ybi;ki:ig
;theii:,7propei'ty 77; Both;/: par lies./interested; are 7.in.'Ail hi; so/that-it-is
impossible/; today; tb:o!)lV.iii;.;anyrex-
pressipnyof/bpinipn'IVbui/thcnK:''';;,.
.//Run* ours; tbythesame"; effect, ■lui.v.'e;
.foT/spine/tiin^
in.this;cainpy,but -it;:is" to be lipped,
if'tli'ere;i.s7aiiy:'7.rp'iiii'laiipii'';;foiQ';siich;
ruuiours, :'tliat '7;Dayy.7Jphes ' *;-;\vi!l
claihi; iip yihore yiclinls bii/the.Alaskan;-run ;un til: these'Japs are shi]3-
ped'. ;7Then;'—-—-7'y-'/''y:7.7' 777:7777' "■;
STir-o i .ri-g'^S:-
■^1
^::Th?,.; largest; ;^
;STOCK:i.;OF''^rG
;;.;; ,7';, .7, :-7'iAli e .;;;!l;^_te^t;; ■ S13.^1 e s - ;i-ii> 7;Ha t3.-.f ,:7y:---r:-77'::: y--.;
v''v'i':;'"''''--"r;\"7'^
,;   Atlin   and   Discovery,y; B; Cy*,;;and" White 7Horsc;: Yirlton. 7:   7    .   ■
y. :'".:■'.-'' ■■'':.'-   *-<y'-':-'-yy,i..,.7;.;,Successor_yto
MMm
-f^5>y
o;
7^Jlt)feale;ari(:l :;[KeMil.:7BLtMliIiy;"v'
WSmB
s.
:,./, •.;„-,. .Q...
: ChpicestyWines,: Eiquors,'tSc: Gigars.;
mmmm
Lii
7T-k
lydraiiilcyfllants ;&v;M
Notice to; tHe7 Public.
.''■■"■   The Ivditor. begs toannbunce, in
;.- /response, to; numerous ;wellwishers
/on the  creeks   and  elsewhere, that
./the  Claim /will  be/sold "at the foi
lowing rates, "strictly payable in an
. /vance: ', '■'"•./ '..... :-.. .7
One year,   .
7. Six months 7;
7 Three months
One month ;
postpaid   to"' the '-'nearest local, post-
office.    To outside yearly subscribers,  .50/ cents, and .for '.six;month's
$5-00
';     3-00.
•5°
/Placer/Act, ;i'9Pi/;ycbnsblidater;b
fbr;sale/at 'this/office'./ 7:7/::;,/7// ///■/
"   Wall-paper at :Fraser;<S-:: Go; 's;'//;:;
;/:;; W AtiBW. APBR 7~^Kous<^ep-
ers and v others yare here by. ad vised
that-yHraser-&.yGo../liave.a/cpnsider-:
able.stpck.of.: wall-paper , on. hand;
whicli will be sold' '.very cheap to
clear. 7/ ■// //y-:: /      7-v7;/'-.-7./;:/;:
7GIANT POWDER:^- Fraser &
Co/, having acquired v the stock//of
Giant-Powder, etc., formerly/handled- by/K.7E, ;McFeely ; &y Co.,7 are
prepared . to dispose of the. stock on
hand at ,the same, or 'even.lower
figures' than "were formerly asked. "
We '/manufacture u I'u'iliiiie of all -supplies-, required-for
.:  Wcliavw now in oiii'.slKipsidrdevs .for'. TOOO.ifeet. of; Pipe: 'also AVater.. Gates,   Hydraulic;
Giants, etc.;   Perhii'i'js : you/niay 'iieeilysomethiiiir   immediately, from.-the following, lines ,,-
which we can shiii at once Frcirii stock':'■-yy.-':--'•■■'■.'-'■■-■;. -y-:; ;-y';;;-:-:-'v'v-";"-":--^':''-'':-.';-':''"'■•■"■-.,  •;-.:..>,-::,;:
liXGlNKSy :.    ';..?;'" 7PANS7/ :/77/;/ /O111'''CARS'77 '''/:"" G-RIZZiCIliS y;-: "y':  -'*'■.;:'.'. :"/-/
;HOIT.IiRS-y    .7 ; UbO'ViiRS.-y: ORE ilUCI'ETS'y:    'HIil,TINGy /': yy:.''./:'^'7''""7':,/-'r.
puJH's/;y7/';7://;/iJi/b'U',iii":-*7.'y7
:7'77^:77"c:'i-;y;c///.Tl>6,--/y
7^.y"7> ;"/:/,;y-;;.::;r::y:.'V:y;Un;o,jSS
ylron :";Fouridersi;Boilb'r' Makers;an^.:WJabh'ihists'IV
/ „. ;y7;/,,7'.      .; , be'iMci", am)/,.works,:. VANCouv!*ii7/:^7C.///77//: :'/7.7/../:'7/':'//
as
m..
or less,.   .25   cents   extra. 7 Single
copies, .15 cents. .,.,' "u !
For' lounges   and 'mattresses/go
to J. D./Durie,' next /to - Kirkland
" HorteJ, Atlin- ,.";;7-    ;:■-;-.-.■■ ■•■-.-■:;-.-
'; . Avoid all aches and pains -by-, taking a 'f hernial bath , at the Troy
Laundry.. . c
.-■'. Placer   Act,   1901,   consolidated,
.for sale at this office.   . ,
/ To those with a ."sweet   tooth.:"
We  have just  received a stock of
the lines! fresh   candies, chocolates,
.etc.   7F. iy.Tillman & Co.
Furnished rooms .10  rent—apply
Motel Northern.
Fres'h I'rtiils aiid .vegetables arrive
on every steamer for K. I,. I-ilhn-iii
& Co.
".Milkmaid" brand condensed
milk at l;raser   &   Co.'s —: best for
To Whom it Mavu Concickn/:
Enow all men by, these presents,,
that Vv'e/THE. A'i*i.ii">i Claiivi^Publishing Co., have now on hand, a
full aiid complete,stock of Comnier-
cial ^Stationery, /and-that we are
prepared to execute all; orders with
neatness "and despatch.'....'.
We always wish our friends success; This week we hear that Mrs.
H..F. Lucas lias come into a "million, "and we. fear we'"inaj'..'see her
110 more, nevertheless we hope the
world will go well with her.
NOTICF:—'fhe dynamite, fuse
and caps, formerly handled by us,
has beeii transferred to J. A. Fraser
& Co., who will supply all demands.      F. Iv. TMcFicin.v & Co.    J
1
An unexpected, but -.wcicoinc. i
donation was this week iuudy to tlie.
Fire l'inid. bv: \V.'"i
1^9:
.''■.-/ -V..';/:':7/L' r'''':7:y-D'lSC.pVE:RY,/:B:-;C./_':,7;/;iy;:,;'.;.;7.;"
Comfortably. Furnished Robms--By the Day, Week or Month.
■-■■■■W--:rV-^
; J. l.KATriKiujA iii;, Proprietor. V
fine, new Four-Horse;Saratago leaves this Hotel nt:
'.''.'. S u.iik. 11.'!!0 ii.in: and :1 o'cloclt for Atlin.'•"..".■'
Dixon Bros/
"Y
S
I.
,.'/ ■/./;. FRESH MEATS ^ALWAYS ON/HAND- /y-.'//
Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    ira
"777/   "sroKTHiiKN- Hoti*i7"Buii.ihng,; First..S'rKisKT7 7
G.K. ll.VYKS.
J. G. GoTiNni.i,.
wsw
Discovery.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT..
FIRST-CLASS E EST A UK A NT
...:/y;;     'j^r ■■■.:,
' CONNliC'lTON.'.;'.-'
Ileadauiirters for lUilinor & I'arrott'.s Ktane.
frrial — Yapour
Troy;:'Laiindry & Bath Mouse
Lake St., bet. liant.and Watson Ave.
,- Goi'11'rN..Proii.
'HI
infants and young children.
Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely
pure-—'It is sold in all the stores in
Atlin.'
"0. H." chocolates at Dockrill
& Bourne's.
Giant' Powder at Fraser & Co.'s.
There is more solid comfort in a
cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than iu a
gallon of most beverages.
'in.'tlas 1'raser,
of Edinburgh, Scotland, of the sum
ol $25. This will go far to make
provision f or putting runners on
the new lire engine.
Make no date for the evening of
30th inst. Ireland, political,'mdus-
trial aud educational, -will be dealt
with by Rev. J. Russell that evening. ;
Tomorrow's boat will take out
a big batch of our migratory birds:
W. H. Hile, Jack Letherdale,
wife<aud child, II. Maluin, M. M.
Clere and many others. '
IRVING   HOTEL,
Pins City, S. C.
lias the Best  Equipped Bar.
llie McDonald   I'liturtiiiiiiucnt    Hall iu Con-
iioiMiou.
A.  It. .Mi.'IJoNaM), Prop.
W„ ®a PMMTON,/ <
'■■:.'"....       NOTAliY   L'UHUIC.
OFl'ICi-':—Pearl Street, o|i|i. Post Onice.
All Kinds   off MSeiing Papers
Madey.Out..
— -Several  .venri'   practical cxperienci'.	
S.  WILKINSON,   P.LS.
SURVEYOR.
i kec HOTEL
DISCOVERY, B.C.
Finest of liquors.
Good stabling.
I'll. Sands, Proprietor.
I
• Tliird Street, opp. Goviirninent Uuildin^
HMVam,ai:h (jrir.MK, AHunt.
W.   WALLACE  GRIME  & Co.,
MINING BROKtBS & COMSIiSSION AOr.NfS.
Third Street, Atlin B. C.
lllvST    LIQUORS   &-. GIGAKS
Goon   AccoiurouATioN. — Kkstaiiham'  r.v
COSSKCTIOS.
.S. .IOIINSTON, Proprietor.
Good Stalilia^r lor Morses'and UoiJs.
Muirhead   Bros.,
—Landscape   Photographers—
I-Iave a Free Exhibition at
The Junction.
Uur.'Kiirr.r, & Bouii.nk. A-runts.

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