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The Atlin Claim Oct 26, 1901

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 VOL.  ATLIN-, H. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER,, 26,    1901.  NO.  119.  TT  ���&    Co,  Are   offering    Special'.. Ifoixains   in   their  Large -Stock   of  Men's   Goods  SPUUCE CREEK,  ISrli'.'llIWi  Clothing,    Heavy ' Overshirts,  v&, Underwear ssnd Sh&es.  T  heir   Stock   of  Groceries   is. the Lar  and   inost  Complete  in   Atlin.   They  are 'prepared to give  specially Close  Prices for winter supplies.  Call9 examine   and   secure  prices' before purchase  To Be  a   Hive   of   Industry  This Winter:      "��� ;  ATLIN'S OUTPUT.  The   Working   Season  Ends  With Satisfactory Returns.  Over a Hundred Miners Will Be  Drifting---Most Encouraging  Prospects For All.  BLACKETT &��� CO. ���   ���  IRON    STORE,   'First and-Trainor Streets, Atlin, B. C.  The Canadian Bank of. Commerce.  7 CAPITAL    PAID    UP    $8,000,000.  .Branches of the Bank at Seattle, -  San Francisco,  -.7       ��� Portland, .    Skagway,,etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.  C.or.n Dust Purchaskd���Assay Ofmck in Connkctiox.  J.  S.  MUNRO, Manager.  Tbe Carriboo Hotel*  Wm.   WALMSLEY,    Proprietor.  -   -    FIRST   CLASS   IN   EVERY   RESPECT.    -  Fine   Wines,   Liquors ; aid   tiq.irs. Stfiblinr- for Hurscs.  Qi-i-osite TJki'ot.         CARIBOU,   Y,  Notwithstanding that .sluicing- on  Spruce creek has practically ceased  for the season, considerable activity'  still prevails iu that, section ofthe  creek lying between 85 and 130 below, in which vicinity upwards of  a hundred miners purpose wintering. Summer operations here  proved extremely profitable to the  great majority of those engaged in  working out their creek and bench  claims and attention has again centered in the high, runs under the  hills, which promise equally rich  returns to their owners from winter  drifting.  . Our representative has just returned from a flying visit to this  section of the.district and reports  some twenty-five tunnels well under way and every one cheerful  over the winter's prospects.  ��� The north hill side from S8 to  iot, below, which has already been  drifted in for several seasons, will  be 'still further prospected. The  following claim owners   being hard  Estimated Clean-up T'qual to That  of Last Year, Possibly Better  --Report by Creeks.  m  ���i   The Vancouver General Store.  Dealers in Provisions,   Dry   Goods,   Etc.,  srivCiAi.Tncs i.\-  FANCY   CAKES   &   PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc.  ..;      , . Ciias-' Mvki*, Proprietor.  Gijoil 'toonif.' t<i Rent���By tin* Day, Week or .Month itt reiisonuiilu rntiis.  rem.   Kr,  Mew mill .Si-l-miiiI   Ilimtl Tin anil Griinite Wni*i>, Iron  Stui-I, Picki. KIkivp's nml I'lao'cxiiiith'-s  CouL ('iaiif I'dm/iIit, (!h|ik, Kiiki! 11111I Vnlion .Stoves-.  Goods   Uouqht   Sold   and   Cxchaii��|t*d  The = Bank = of-British = North = America  KKtulilinlieil in 1.S3I*.   Jiirorporatt'il by lio.vul (Jliurleiv  ' Paid Up Capita*.    -   -   -    -   -    -   '$4,866,666  Rkskrvk Fund    -    -  ���;- ,-    -, -    -   $1,703,333  Head Office in Canada:  Montreal.  IT.  Stxk.kman,  General-Manager.  Branches iu all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco, Seattle. Tacoma, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, Ftc.  ASSAY  OFFICE  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken .011 Consignment  Quartz Assaying at Reasonable Rates.  at work, either breaking new  ground or continuing last winter's  development:  Nn. 88.   The   Marquess'   outfit,  working 3 men.  No. 90.  Ward and Hall, 3 men.  No. 92. Anderson Brothers.  .Fraction.  Pieman and Fitzgerald.  No. 93. Snead   and   Smailles, 3  men.  No. 94.  Meltzer and brother.  No. 98.  Henderson and Kyle.  No. 99. Swanson and partner.  No. roo.  Bell and outfit, 3 men.  iqi. Cariboo   Jim   and outfit, 3  mei:.  ��� Hill and partner will further develop Pacey's claim on a lay, aud  Bennett expects to open up No. 95  in the course of the next few weeks.  On the south side of the creek  the ground formerly owned by,the  Klondike Development Co., will be  actively worked by the present  owners, four tunnels being already  well under way, viz.:  No.   100. Jennings and Bodine.  No.   to 1.  McCulloch and partner  on a lay from Picketts.  No. 101. Ford,--'Rapport and  partners, on a lay from Picketts.  No. 102. Marmenl and Hampton, on a lay from Deslippes.  All the above are being run into  the old channel without timbering,  the cement nature of the gravel  rendering lagging unnecessary.  Below  the  turn   at No. no, the  more recent  concentration   of   the  " old run," which   seems   to have  Continued on Page 4.  With the near approach of winter a lid the steady migration of  miners Iroin the camp, it is a natural question to ask, what has been,  the outcome for the work performed during the working season  of 1901? It is to be remembered  that, owing to the long'continued  cold weather at the early part of  the season, active work .* was delayed fully a month,' then much  ofthe first work done, was washed  out by   the  high water in July.  Owing to the difficulty of obtaining absolute   returns   from   the   individual miners of what   they have  won, the   reckoning-  of the   year's  output of placer gold becomes more  or less a matter of guess work, but  our calculations,   backed     by   the  opinions   of  those  in a position to  keep account of the mining output",  it is .estimate^ that   not less  than  $6oo,ooo"'would bTwitiiin the" mafic,  at a conservative   figure.    It is unfortunate that we  cannot give  the  amounts   won   from   the  different  creeks,    but   an   inference may be  drawn from  Boulder creek, which,  for the   season���a  very   short one,  too���has   yielded   fully   $150,000.  Deducting this from $600,000, gives  a balance* of $450,000 lo lie divided  among   Pine,   Willow,   Spruce and  McKee creeks.   As   far   as we can  ascertain,    individual    miners   paid  royalty   to the  Government upon,"  approximately,   12,120 ounces, distributed as follows:  ;**t*r!SttS���-������ *  Creeks.  1901,  1900  Pine and Willow  5330  4918  Spruce  230S  1699  Boulder  2640  1916  McKee  1013  !/33  Wright  2S3  1068  Graham  103  19-  Otter  143  T 22  Gold Run   .  3i  Birch  270  12,120  15  Total  11,490  We cannot, of  course,  guarante  the accuracy ol" llie figures for this  year, because the official reports  have not yet been made public, but  there will not be a discrepancy of  more than a few ounces.  It may be explained that the  difference in the official returns of  the. royalty paid ,011 McKee creek ^  last year and this year, is chief! y  owing to the fact that the Atlin  Mining Company owns all the good  ground on the creek with one or  two exceptions, and tbe company,  being practically in an initiatory  stage, had not reached the good  ground.  j i  ;J.|  i  ���;fl  ��� ������5  J  |V J- ATLIN, B.C.. SATURDAY. OCTOBER, 26, 1901  I'nlilislii-d    I'vcr.v    Siiiiii'ilny   niorninji   liv  Tin*. ATI,in Claim   I'miu.siiiS'i Co.  A. (!. I(iiisriii'i--.i.n. i'.iirrnii.  1). T111111 l.iu'.s. Snl>-l'<liloi'.  illlii-i* ol' iiiihlii-iilion I'ciul S*.. A1 I'm. II. ('.  Ailvi'i-tisin-r   Uulri:   *?l.''l>   l"1!'  inrli, '"'N'1'  iiiMTtinn.    I'l'lt-lini*1 nut ires.-Ii   relit.-, li lim*.  Special Contract   Kate-, nn iippl'ii/iit'icm.  Tim Milisrri|ition iiriri' is -f-Ti a yi'i'.r pay-  11I1I11 in ailviiiice. Ni> P ��pei* "ill In* delivered  unless tliis condition is complied with.  Saturday,- Oct. 26U1,   1901.  To those ��� who kindly furnished  ore samples for the Atlin Mineral  Kxhibit at Victoria, it may be  pleasing to lear;-. of llie disposition  ol these .samples. The following  letter was received by Mr. Hirschfeld just 1**cforc he left' Victoria:  Victoria, B. C, Oct. 9, 1901.  SiJ*.:���1 beg lo lake the earliest  opportunity of expressing the  thanks of the Government for your  donation lo the Mineral Museum of  a large number of mineral specimens from the Atlin country, recently exhibited at the Victoria  Exhibition.  This contribution will go a long-  way towards completing the collection of specimens from that vicinity  at present in tlie Museum, aud, I  trust, will materially assist in attracting the attention of capital to  your district��� I have lhe honour  to be,  Sir, etc.,  D. M. Ehkkts,  Acting Minister of Mines.  Last   week a   rumour   reached  Atlin thai  t}?e  C.   P. N; Co.'s ihw  steamer,   "Hating,"   had yuiu:   mi  the rocks near Vancouver.    Owing  to  the   telegraphic  communication  being cut off,    confirmation of the  report could  not   be   had,    and 110  mention was made in our last issue.  Unfortunately,   the   report  was too  true, and the last mail brought full  details of the accident.    In a dense  fog, but iu the  calmest of seas,   on  Saturday afternoon, 12th inst.,   the  steamer went ashore at Tucker bay,  a small  inlet in   the   island-dotted  northern  section   of   lhe   Gulf   of  Georgia.    There was no commotion  of any kind   after   the  ship struck,  and the   passengers   were all safely  landed on the shore of Easquetli island,  at   the   entrance   lo   Sabine  strait.    From   information just received from Atlinites who left Skagway 0:1   the   Plating,   they describe  their treatment  by the Captain and  officers as "a most perfect picnic,"  and   everything   that could be done  for the   comfort   of the passengers  was done.    They reached Vancouver the following afternoon.    From  latest accounts it was expected thai  . the   steamer would be  got off the  rocks   and   immediately   repaired.  The highest  praise has been given  the officers   of the  ship,   and it is  stated that thc  accident, under the  circumstances,      was   unavoidable,  Wc shall be glad   lo  hear   that the  steamer will   resume her run again  before the close ofthe season.  This mail brings us also the report of a mishap to the Cottage  City, owned by the P. C. S. S. Co.,  which was being towed south by  the Dirigo, and so reported at Skagway on the'17th on the arrival of  the Humboldt.  The First .Alaskan  Railroad  ���   a Paying Concern.  raLUlio  ining  Facts  and   Figures  From   the Directors' Report of tho   W. P.  '& Y. Ry.  The White Pass & Yukon Railroad is so closely identified iu its  operations with the Atlin district  that the following- extract from the  the report of the Directors may not  be amiss. The operating icporl  covers the year ending December  31st, 1900: The. company's railroad line included 4 1 miles���Skagway to Bennett���for live months,  January ist to May 31st; 77.75  miles for 2 1-2 months, June ist lo  August 15th; 112.25 miles���Skagway to White Horse���August ^i6lh  lo December 31st; the average for  the year being about 75 miles. The  earnings of the road were, from  passengers, $250,861; freight, $1,-  773,750; miscellaneous, $59,720;  total, $2,084,331, or $27,653- per  mile. The working expenses were  $743,945 ��"r 35*7 per cent of the  gioss earnings. As might be expected, maintenance of way charges  were high, amounting to $316,747,  or 15,7 per cent ofthe gross earnings; over 30 per cent of this total  ���$97,561���was for keeping the  line clear of snow and ice. In addition lo the working expenses  there was p:n"d for general, legal  and r.ii'-col!.7.1 icon;; charges'^.10..���,,-��� (-j;  and !'>r inteR'Sl ou local muilga^es  $102,773. -*v'je total ' payments  were thus $1,143,311, leaving a net  balance of $1,035,020.  Tlie traffic statement -in the report, to 'which we have added the  average rates, is as follows:  Passengers carried, 21,029, average  haul, 69.09 miles, at an average  rate of 17,27 cents per mile. 33,-  473 tons of freight were carried oyer  an average oi" 80.61 miles, and at  an average cost ot 65.74 cents per  mile.  The average load hauled per  loaded car was 12.25 tons. The  equipment consisted of 15 locomotives, 11 passenger cars, 211 freight  cars,' 5 snow-plows, 1 derrick and  1 steam shovel; 2 locomotives, 4  passenger cars and 54 freight cars  were under construction.  The report says, "The prospects  of business appear excellent, but it  is not possible to make an accurate  comparison between the earnings of  this year and those of last, as until  August 15th last year only part of  the line was open. From January  ist until July 7.4th of this year thc  gross earnings have been $1,069,-  765, being an increase of $310,532  over the gross earnings for the  same period of last year."  vlining-,  Pumping & Sluicing Machinery,  Centrifugal Sand, Gravel  &  Dredging Pumps.  HYDRAUUC   DERRICKS ���'From 3 to 10 Ions lifting capacity. '  HAND    POWER    DERRICKS   or  1 , lo   2   tons lifting capacity.  HYDRAULIC    GRAVEL    ELEVATORS,  HYDRAULIC    GIANTS,    WATER    GATES,  ANGLE)    STEEL    RIFFLES    &  '   HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    l'IPIi.  The Joshua Hendy Machine Works.  Nos.  3S to 44' Fkkmont Stui'kt,  ,   ���    SAN    FRANCISCO,  Write for prices, circulars and catalogues, or call on  ,  A. C. Hirschfeld,-Agent, Atlin, B. C.  CAL.  ���o*CG*'**o*o*o*��o*o*o*��**ci*ja*'o.*��*C'*o:o^ct*o<>C('*>&oo*o.*<>o<>o**.C'*):**<  % THE    KOOTENAY    HOTEL:  COK  George" E." Hayes, Proprietor  FlKST   AND  TKA1NOK   STKKl'T.S.  Tliis First Class Hotel   has   lienii   remodeled unci refurnished throughout  nnd oll'm-s tho host accommodation  to Transient or Permanent  f Gnpsts.���American and l'tiiopetui Plan.  Finest   Wines,   Liauors   and   Cigars.  Billiards    and   Pool.  ^���^���a^'a^ci-^'a^a^B-fr.c^o.^o*^  THE -GRAND  BIOTCL  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNER.  Rick  French Restaurant in Connection  Iiastu',   Propriktors;    David Hastik,  Managrr.  Corner of First and Discovery Streets.  Importer  of General   Merchandise  Miners'    -Supplies  OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  >ixon  &  It is stated that Mr. E. C. Hawkins, late Manager of the W7P.&  Y. Ry., has lately become interested in other Alaskan transportation schemes, and he resigned his  position in order to devote his time  and energies to these. Much of  the success which the railroad  has met with is due to Mr. Haw-  kin's careful management.  E.   ROSSELLI,   Manager.'  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  This   New   and   Commodious   Hotel was opened to the Public, April  16th, 1901.���Everything in it is New.���Strictly First Class.  CHOICEST WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS -CASE GOODS A SPECIALTY.  WHOLESALE     DRY    GOODS,,    LIQUORS    AND     CIGARS.  '<--. Importers  of all classes of Foreign Goods "*v   *-  Victoria   and   Vancouver.  Sole Agents for:  ���7 BROWN'S    4 -CROWN    SCOTCH    WHISKY  'CORBY'S    CELEBRATED   CANADIAN    RYE  '   r/A. B. C. BOHEMIAN   St.    LOUIS    BEER  MOET    '&    CHANDQN    CHAMPAGNE,    DRY    IMPERIAL ���v  ATLIN,  SATURDAY,  ���OGeries, Fruits, Flour, Feed  First Street, Atlin, B. G.  Handle-only the best Goods in the Market.  His    Services    Appreciated���  Agent W. Taylor Resigns.  Among the outgoing passengers  on the last boat was Mr. William  Taylor, who'has this season so  ably lilled the position of Local  Agent for the, While Pass & Yukon  Ry. Mr. Taylor leaves to accept a  lucrative position on (lie Northern  Pacific Railroad al Walla Walla,  Wash. That Mr. Taylor's services  have been appreciated by the business men' of Atlin, the following  letter clearly'shows:  Atlin, B.C., Oct. 22, 'or.    -  W. Taylor, Esq.,  '���      Agent, W. P. & Y.,Ry.,  Arlin, B.C.  Dkak Sik:���Learning   that   you  are about   to leave us  to ��� take up a  more   important  and remunerative  position,    we   beg   to congratulate  you on your success.and to express  our keen appreciation of your courtesy and   ability in   the administration of the office of which you have  been in charge  during  the present  season.  As a small token of the esteem  in which you are held by* the business men of Atliu, we beg to present you on their behalf with these  cuff links, and to express the hope  that your present change ma}- lead  to further promotion and emoluments.  A. Nickerson  For the Bank of B. N. A.,"   ������  J.-W. Gilliard, Manager.  For the Bank of Commerce,  John S. Muuro, Manager.  J. A. Fraser & Co.  F. T. Troughtou  K. P. Queen  J. St. Clair Blackett & Co.  A. S. Cross & Co.  W. R. Dockrill  J. T. Regan  M. Foley  E. L. Pillman & Co.  S. Ii. Plumbe.  BEST   SERVICE   GUARANTEED.  Try   our Tea's and   Coffees. .  FOR SALIC -At a Bargain. -  Comfortable Cabin, two rooms;  covercd-in woodshed and Summer  Kitchen.'Furnished or unfurnished.  Apply W. Wai.i.ack Gki.-wic,   Agt.  O.K  BATHS  o'  BARBER SHOP  I'"- I.INK Prop.  Now occupy (heir now i-uurtcrs next  to the liauli or It. N. A., h'irt.t Streel.  The bath rooms m-u eiiualb as yood us found  iii^cities.    Privnti*   ICntr.ince for ladies.  JVTOTICI' is hi*rHijT��iven that , \V. Von  lt.vl.Mni and ,M. I,. Plalnaiier, of the  town or Discovery, Atlin district, trading  under the name of Champion & Co., Alei-  chants, have, by .Hoed of Assignment, mii'de  in piirsunncn ofthe Creditors' Trust Deed.,'  Act, dated 'fourteenth Oc.tolicr, instant, and  executed on that day, assi-ned rll their and  caeh of their per,onal property, real estate,  credits and ellccts, which may lie seized and  wild under execution upon 11. I'. Syinmons,  of said town,;upon trust for the lieneiit ol  their creditors.  Hated ' at Atl:-.._���;. C,  this fom-teenth   day  of October, A. I).". ISI01.  ' , U. li. Svm.mons, Assignee.  Finest Wines,,' Liquors' and   Cigars.  Furnished Rooms by the Da}',  Week or Month.  NOTICE.  "Kocjk oi' AfiKtf"   Mineral   Claim,   situated  at Discovery Camp, Pine Creek.  To    J.    II.-Mam.aUSU     AMI    XV.     IIoLLISfiS-  WOHTH   OlIorilE'lTHEIK AliliNT OU AGENTS *  ���yr/E, tlie  umlersisned,   W. G. Mitchell, and  I<\  A. Wise, part owners of the ul-ove  mineral claim,  hereby'(five   notice   to   the  aliove-named J. H. Jlnlhileu and W.Hollin-s-  worth  or other their Ajreiit or Agents, that  wo do hereby reriuest tlie said J. H. Mallaleu  and XV.   Holliiiprsworth   to contribute their  .share   of   the assessment work done on the  said claim, viz.: Two years' assessment work  and survey, from May 22ud, lSflil,  amounting  to  the sum of $230.   Unless the Raid amount  be pnid  to us on or  before the  12th   day of  January next we shall proceed under and by  virtue of the powers conferred  by Section 4  of the .Mineral .Amendment Act, 1900, repealing   Section   11   of   Cap. 45 of   the   Statutes  "' 'm- W. G. Mixchk!.!,.  ' ' , F. A. Wise.  Atl.n. ��. C. Oct. 12th, 1901. se-7-3m  /illy thousand dollars (*?iri(),0(IO,(IO), and the j  furliier amount ol'capital to be subscribed i  and paid up, above tbe cost of the first men- !  tKilled portion in respect of the remainder '  of the iiiidei-tukiiiu*, before the same iscom-  incnced,  shall be fifty tl sand dollars (.���sTiO,-  (Klll.lid).  (!) And this is further to certify that the  time within which tbe said capital, namely,  lify thousand, dollars, (Srill.OOO.OII,) is to lie  ���uibserihed is fixed at three months from the  date hereof, niui;thp- time within which tlie  said undertaking and works are to be commenced is fixed at six months- rrom tlie date  hereof, and the date by which all the proposed undertaking shall be in operation is fixed  at two years from ths date'hereof.  ��� Dated this 20th day of August, 1SI01.'  J. 1), PRI'NTICI'.  se 28-1 in Clerk of the lixecutive Council  Bulmer&Parrott,  LiVery Stables.  CEimi'iCATI'   ON   THI*   REGISTRATION  OF AN EXTRA PROVINCIAL COMPANY  "Co.mfanies Act, 1SS17."  PART    [V.  WatkkCi.au.meh CoNsoMUATros Act, IS'17.'  PROVINCIAL SECRKTAKY'S OFFfCE.  JJ1S HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor iu  Council has been pleased to make the  following appointment:���  ( EuiVAliD J. Thain, of Atlin, lCstniire, Mining Recorder, to perform the duties of the  uiidei'-nieiitioiieil offices- during the absence  upon leave of Mr. ,1. 1). Graham, S. JL,  namely:���  Gold Commissioner,  Government Agent,  Assistant Commissioner of Lands A Works  Collector of Votes, aud  Assessor and Collector.  For  a First Glass Meal  <i<> TO <  The  Kootenay Restaurant  and Cafe.  POPULAR    PRICES.  -Vina. (",'.  I*. Havbu, Prop.  (1.) This is to certify that the " Pine Creek  Power Company. Limited." esfablished.with  the object of carrying on the business of a  "power company" within tho meaning of  Part IV, of the " Water Clauses Consolidation A ut, 1H97," in the Atlin District, Province of British Columbia, nnd incorporated  ontlie-iStli da.vi.r June, Ifljl, has submitted  its undertaking to the Lieutenant-Governor  in Council for approval, and that the said  undertaking, ���- shown by the documents  and plan liled, has been approved, and that  tlie same is as follows:���  To make available water for tho working  of a large area of placer mining ground  which is at present unworkable. Beginning  nt a point approximately 18,000 feet above  tlie Discovery Claim, on Piiic'creek. to be  known as "point of diversion of water,"  und proceeding thonce westerly along Pine  creek to its mouth, and extending -laterally  on either side of Pi,,,: eroek so as to embrace  the Pino creek ��� water-shed, the Sunrise  Gulch, Twin Gulch, and tho lower portion  of Spruce creek below the Discovery Claim,  embracing that pAi-t known locally as the  "' Stevendyke."  That for this purpose the Company will  acquire by purchase-three thousand live  hundred miners* inches of water, to be diverted from Pine creek, using the present  channel of Pine creek to the point of diversion, 18,000 feet ahou; Discovery Claim, and  thenco by ditch aud flume along tbe north  tide of Pine Creek to aud below the Sunrise  Gulch, and thenco by a system of steel pipe  line to reach Pine Creek at and along parts  approximately ��, f,()ll feet below the intake,  and again at the Discovery Claim IS, 0(10  feet below tho intake, and again at Sun-  riso Gulch 26,000 foot below the intake. To  siphon across Pine Creek with a 'id-inch steel  pipe line approximately !j,(!00 feet above the  Discovery Claim, and thenco In* ditch and  flumes along the south side approximately  throe miles and to return all of the said water into Pino Creek at an elevation below tlie  intuke varying from 85 feet to 100 feet.  (2) And this is further to certify that the  Company propose to  begin their undertaking by extending the ditches and pipe lines.  (H) And this is further to certify that the  uiiKiuiit: of   thn.eapital   of tho Company  which will be duly sritiiiu-ifjod and  paid   u'i  },��*"��"Fni���� *#-Ita Pi'iimii.Kii ,.���u.^M-  *_.    _    .���       . ..  J HEItEHY CERTIFY that the "Societe  Miniere de hi Colombie Bi-itniiiii<-ue"  hits this day been registered asan Extra Provincial Company, under the "Companies'  Act, 1897," to carry out or effect all or any of  the objects of the Company to which the  legislative authority of the Legislature of  Hritish Columbia extends.  ���-The head office ofthe Company is situate  in Paris, France.  The amount of the capital of the Company  is 000,001) francs-, divided into (iOOO shares of  100 francs each.  The head office ofthe company in this Province is situate iu tlie Town of Atlin, and  Emile Jaime de Lamare, explorer, whose ud-  dress is Atlin aforesaid, is the attorney for  tlie company.  The time of the existence of the company  is fifty years.  Given under my haud'aiid seal of office at  Victoria.   Province   of   British     Columbia  Saddle  Horses,    Buggies,    [faatf  Carts, Pack Horses for Hire.  ROYAL   MAIL  Stages   Leave    Atlin    for   Discover*  Daily from the Royal Hotel. "  Pacific Coast S.S. Co~  Pioneer Alaska Line.  Safe, Fast, Punctual, Comfortable,  and Luxurious.  Courteous   Treatment,  Splendid  Meals.  l'OH  B.C. and Puget Sound  Ports  THE   ELEGANT   STEAMSHIPS  Leave Skagway  CITY OF SEATTLE,  for Vancouver and Seattle Direct  Oct. 2 til  ALKI for Seattle Oct. 3rd  CHAS. NELSON,  ���,����LSeatlle Oct. 4th.  COTTAGE CITY, for Vic-       -- ,     toria and Seattle Oct  Sth.  this 17th duy ol Aup-ust,  one  thousand  nine     a~h���....���<. -,-  hundred mid one.      , . | Alternate  sailings  every five days  s. y. "wootton. direct for Sound Ports.  ""'" ����� ��� - ��� Above   Schedule      subject     to  Registrar of Joint Stock Companies.  The following a'ro tho objects for   which  the company has been established:���  Exploration,   options and  purchase of all  mineral  concessions,  ffold or otherwise, in  Alaska and  the   Klondike, and   more   particularly     in     the   Atlin    District,     Hritish  Columbia: the development of the said  concessions;      the   option    by    concession    or  purchase of till  industrial enterprises, commercial or agricultural, the sale or exchange  of said concessions or properties: the  publication   and   sale of circulars,  reviews or  papers treating; interesting- iiuestious in  the  above named   regions: the organisation ,of  affiliated societies for   all  undertaking* 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 nil  minerals or jrold-benrinjr  mineral  matter,   silver,    copper and  other  metals; the forming ofthe means of transport of merchandise or passengers iu Aluskn  Klondike   and    Hritish    Columbia:   and all  other industtrinl, commercial, agricultural  or financial operations which could  directly  or indirectly be incident   to the principal  objects of the Society  change without notice.  J. H. KELLY, Agent,  Skncrway, Alaska  T7"IRKIyAND HOTEL,  MRST   STKEKT,   ATUN.  J.  KIRKLAND,  - Managi'r.  First-class dining room  And Elegant Sleeping Rooms.  FULKS EGGERT & SON,  Swiss  Watchmakers,  And  manufaeturiiijf jewellers. .  All kinds of niifrtret work executed u ith  neatness and dispatch.  First st.   next to Vancouver General Store  NOTICE.    ~ .......   -j"wni[Mu aim  paid   up  beforothe Company eoH-^angesthe installation of additions, or exercises uuv of the  powers ��f the "Water Clauses Co'nsolida-  sion Act, 181)7," Part IV, in that behalf, is  iMiroby Hated at the *uiu��f one limidriu] and  "Anna .Maiiki." and " Victoiiia " Mineral  Claims, situate about a1-; miles north of  Atlin.  To  J. S.  I'I'KGUSON  011 oriiKii   his Acient  1111 AtiKNTK :  J the undersigned, Patrick Donovan, part  * owner of the above mineral claims,  hereby trivo notice to tlie above named .1. S.  Kerjj-iison or other his- P -jeiif or Agents, that  I do hereby reuuest tho said J. S. Ferguson  to contribute his share of assessment work  done on tho said claims, viz,: one year's assessment work from 11th August nnd 8th  September, 1'IIX), respectively, umouutiiiK to  the sum of $201). Unless the said amount be  paid to me on or before the 23rd day of November next r shall proceed, under and by  virtue of the powers conferred by Section i  of the mineral Amendment Act, 1900, repealing Section 11 of Cap. -IS of the Statutes of  189fl* Pathick Donovan.  ,   Atlin, U. C., Aup-ust 24th, 11)01. Aii2-l-3m  BKOWNLEE S IJWRY  J. H. Brownlee, P. I.. S., U. L. S.  It. C. Lotvry, A. M. I. C. T.  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  and Surveyors.  Pearl Strukt, Atlin, B. C.  Sailings From Skagway:  S. S. Hating,  ' Sept. 28th.  .Oct. 8th.  ,,-iSlh.  ,,  28th:  S. S. Amur,  Sept. 23d.  Oct. 3d.  .�����    1.3th.  23d.  and every ten days thereafter.  H. B. Dunn, Agent,  Skagway, Alaska.  u[ ATTJ-N;  Pi.C.  SATURDAY,  OCTOBER,  J <-)���"> ,t  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Church   ol'  l-'ii^-lnud :  St. Mail ill's Church, cor. Third and Train-  or streets. Sunday Si-rvici;.-., Mat ins at II a.  m., l'vonson-;-7:''ll p. in. Celebration ol' Holy  Communion, 1st Sunday iu each mouth and  on Special occasions. Sunday School, Sunday at :t p.J ni. Committee ..Meetimfs, 1st  Thursday in each month.  lie*/.' '���'. L. Strphi'iison, Rector.  SI. Andrew's Presbyterian Church hold  services in thc Church on Second Street.  .Morning service at 11 evening service,7:'.W  Suudav School ut lhe close of the niomin-r  service. Kev. J. Russell, Minister. 1* roe  ICrailiuj.- IJooin. to which all are welcome.  .IMPORTANT   NOTICE.  The publishers beg to announce  that arrangements have been made  with the Dominion Government  Telegraph Service, whereby it is  made possible for us to give the  public an excellent service during  the winter. The Press Rate has  been reduced from .05'to .01 cent  per word. This reduction affords  us thc opportunity of materially increasing the number of despatches  within the, amount stated iu previous issues. Our present subscribers and supporters will be doing good to themselves by each  sending us a new subscriber. Look  for the first "-Telegraphic Bulletin " within" the next two weeks.  " The subscription rates are within  the reach of all, and are as follows:  One year, $5-����  Six mouths . 3.00  Tliree months 1.50  One month .50  Editor Hirschfeld took his friends  by surprise by dropping into town  on Wednesday last. During his  sojourn in the "sunny-south " he  got into a big- mining deal aud preferred being on the spot when it  was ready for consummation. He  says he was "royally" received on  the coast, but Atlii: is a pretty  good place after all.  J. St. Clair Blackelt has returned  from a three week trip to the coast.  Wall-paper at Fraser & Co.'s.  Fred Wrong is getting broken in  to use a pick���not a tooth-pick���  this winter.  Furnished rooms 10 rent���apply  Hotel Northern.  "G. H." chocolates at Dockrill  & Bourne's.  The Monr.i mountain mill is shut  down until enough ore is blocked  out on the Mother Lode to keep it  running steadily.  WADE PAPER: -���House-keepers aud others are hereby advised  that Eraser & Co. have a considerable stock of wall-paper on hand,  which will be sold very cheap to  clear. '"  'Dr. P. E. Scharschmidt, is a  visitor to Atliu this week. He has  come to relieve.. Mr. Taylor, the  local ageutof the W. P. & Y. Ry.  The Ven. The Bishop of Selkirk  came in this morning.  Jeff Butler will assume the duties  of Agent in succession to Mr. Taylor, till the close of navigation.  Get your friends to subscribe for  "The Atliu Telegraphic Bulletin,"  ���twice a week ��� .See publishers'  notice above.  Just received���A full and complete line of holiday goods.���E. E.  Pillman & Co.  SPRUCE CREEK,  Continued from Page 1.  followed the south side benches.in  this neighborhood,-is being actively,  op'eiied up by the following outfits,  many of whom are still ��� busy getting, out their ' winter's supply of  timbering, preparatory to drifting:  No. 112.  Gibson and Spencer.  No.   123.     Brown,   McCriinmon,  Wrong and Smith.    ���  No'. 124.    Wilkinson, Stokes aud  Stebbings.  No.    12,5.    Bloncleau'.   Manning,  Ycomans and Gould.  No. 126.   Fergusson and Walker.  No. 127.   Myers, McPhersou and  Anderson.  ��� Tn the vicinity of Discovery  claim there will also be a large  amount of work (lone during the  winter, among those working their  own ground being the Cassidy  Brothers, Aiken and Marshall.  Make 110 date for the evening of  30th inst. Ireland, political, industrial and educational, -vill be dealt  with by Rev. J. Russell that evening. -      ���  GIANT POWDER:��� Eraser &  Co., having acquired the stock of  Giant Powder, etc., formerly handled by E. E/McEeely '& Co., are  prepared lo dispose of the stock on  hand at the same or' even lower  figures than were formerly asked.  Storey brought in one ofthe biggest booms of cordwood that has  ever"come in to Atlin.���Little tear  of a wood famine this winter.  "Milkmaid" brand- condensed  milk at Eraser '& Co.'s ���-- best for  inl'ants and young children.  During last week and this over a  hundred miners have taken Marshall's "express" across the lake.  ���Cheaper than , railroad fares, and  walking is pretty good this time of  year.  Copies ot the new Placer Act of  190X, consolidated with the Acts of  1898 aud 1899, for sale at. the  Claim Office.  For lounges and mattresses, go  to J. D. Durie, next to I-Cirkland  Hotel, Atliu.  Giant Powder at Eraser & Co.'s.  There is more solid comfort in. a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  E. T. Hainshaw made a flying  trip from New York to Atlin to  report on hydraulic properties on  McKee creek. He left on Sunday  last, it is understood, favorably impressed.  ��� Avoid all aches and pains by taking a Thermal bath at the Troy  Laundry.  Placer Act, 1901, consolidated,  for sale at this office.  W. H. Hile, who has been so  favorably impressed with the outlook of quartz mining in the district, left for the outside 011 Sunday  last. He will return next year, but  may have men to work on the properties he has acquired this winter.  Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure.���It is sold in all the stores in  Atlin.  Mrs. Henning has so far recovered from her wounds that she  left the hospital this week.  '     LADIES  &   GENTS   FURNISHINGS'"  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.  LOUIS     SHULZ,  Successor   to  P.. Hcirn$ &  '? .  Wholsale and Retail. Butcher  VENDOME. HOTEL.  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  FREE BOWLING. ALLEY,  Hydraulic Giants & Hydraulic Riveted Steel Pipe.  We nmnufaetiire a full line <>f <>" Mii.plii-s required fol  ates,  Hy  followin  GK17MIABS  HEr.TlNCr  liNGINIiliRS' FIT  TfNOS.  ������"TO.  We have no-v in our shops  orders  Tor 7IK1CI feet, of Pipe:  also  Water G  Giants, ete.    Perhaps   you   may  need   sometliiiisr   immediately from  the  which we ran ship at once from stock:  FNGlXli'*' FANS OKU CARS  KOI Mi US BI.OWIiRS        <>ke huukkts  PUMPS IH.OW EltS VALVES  The Vancouver Engineering Works  ���iiH-CEKKOHB TO ARMSTRONG   &   MORRISON,  Iron   Founders, Boiler Makers and Machinists.  OFinGli .AND'   WORKS.   VANCOUVER.    H. C.  THE   GOLD    HOUSE.  DISCOVERY,    B.C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms'--By the Day, Week or Month.  AMKRTCAN    AND. EUROPEAN    PLAN.  .1. P. Rusk, Mami..ei-.  draulic  lines  C. DOELKER,  FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Fish,    Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  Noktiikkn Hot iii. Building-, First Strkkt.  G. li. Hayes.  .1. G. Coknim.i-.  Discovery.  OPKN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RKSTAURANT  IN'  CONNECTION.  Ileadmmrters for Buhner & Pai-rott's stage.  THE   IRVING   HOTEL,  Pine City, B. C.  Has the Best Equipped Bar.  The Melionald   Entertainment   Hull in Con-  .���..������,.���...'     nection.  A. It. McDonald, Prop.  E."S.  WILKINSON,   P.L.S.  Thermal ��� Vapour  V. BATHS T\  Troy Laundry & Bath House  Lake St., bet. Rant and Watson Ave.  Coffin'. Prop.  NOTARY  PUl'LIC.  OfFICE:���Pearl Street, opp. Post Office.  All Kinds   of Mining Papers  Made   Out.   Several  years'  praetieal experionue.   DISCOVERY, B. C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  Ed. Sands, Proprietor.  SURVEYOR.  Third Street, opp. Government. Hnilding  \V..Wallace Gkime, Agent.  W.  WALLACE  GRIME  & Co.,  MINING UROKCRS S COMMISSION AGENTS.  Third Street, Atlin B.'C.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  ,  BliST   LIQUORS   &   CIGARS ���  Good  Accommodation. ��� Rkstauhant in  Connection.'  . S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Good Stablin-r for Horses and Doss.  Muirliead   Bros.,  ���Landscape    Photographers-  Have a Free Exhibition at  The Junction.  110PKinr.fi & HoirrtNE. A "rents.  "-ffis-affi  mma


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