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The Atlin Claim Oct 25, 1902

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 JTS-j.JJJTJ--"-��� >7a*eiBM*' i*.T-**(*ii**��'*i.'>M.,n.(.����Af*��jJ*^j.  V a  -   ft  *       A ->  #^  VOL.   7.  ATLIN, B. C, SATURDAY,  OCTOHER  '25/1902.  NO.  171.  The Canadian Bank of Goiiimerce.  t -     i. * t  CAPITAL    PAID    UP   $8,000,000.  �� r *N  Branches of the Bank at" -Seattle,  San Francisco,*  ,   '     ' Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.    /  ('i(ji.i) Dust Pukcuakhii���As.say Okimci: in Connkction.  . J. S.MUNRO, Manager.  TNE"R0YAL HOTEL*  i    v ^     ^. i  ' " -    tE.   ROSSELLI,"' Proprietor. ,  -    ,    Corner Pearl and" First Streets, Atlin," B. C.  FIRST   CLASS   RESTAURANT   IN   CONNECTION.  ���     , w .---,1.-1  UIOUbT \M\IS, Llf-'j^SS 1*.\'l) SIGH*"*���LASf GOODS A SPIilALfY.  .��  Wholesale , and --Retail'/Butcher,  ���FIRST   STREET, .' ATLDST;c  BJ   G-- I  Pioneer Bm^fmiMUmm.  , SPlCCIAIjTUiS   IN  ��      FANCY   CAKES * &'   PASTRY.' * .     ^ -  ���^Qsii Bread, tlye Brossdy. etc'.       '\7.   -*���        '  -"'    '    *  - "V "   ''"-   "-���. 'Cha's.-'Mykr, Pioprietor.  (.roo.l Koom- io HuMt���H*> i'i^IIjj. Wtt-U oi  ".lontl- nt lensoimble rates.  syV5*-&>��^-~R~jg  $h&lf ��amf Hesaw Hardware, ,  . *   ^ **��� ^     - . - *��� *  \!ai  ���>   H iT Sti'j- iin I *-lioc N.uli     ��� Hr-ir*.  Dimoii A. Sou'-- *���.���,��<.. Windows, Door*,,  .(.'!.���-���.-. and I*��itft},^oli.., ct<. ���>  SOOiV! ���- BAT-j'G -^ bOOM ! ���- Dynamite,   Caps   and   Fuse.  Full Line ot Winches*-"-!"-���Ulack & Smokeless���Rifle & Shotgun  Cartridges:  <>t>.xis   Ucqlit   Si-lii   u.id   txchanged. . 1.     . '  'XHK    WHITE    PASS    A:  YUKON  .     " .    ROUTE.  -  P..s-.'Mger .-"id E-qves*-.  Seivice,   Daily  (except  Sunday),  between  -Skag-vay. Log Ci'u'u   Bennett, Caribou, White1 florae and Intermediate  *, os-it-., making close coin rvti *���'!���- with our own-Steame's at White Horse  .���01 Dawso." ��.iul Vuko.i points, nnd  al Caribou for jplliu every Tuesday  vnd F-'idaj ,  Reluming, leave .-uhn every .Monda'wiul Thursday.  ���    ' '  Telegi.if h Seivice lo Skagway. -' Expiess  matter  will* be received  for shipr.u-ut to ,uul 'i* m all pours 111 Canada and the United States.   _  For in foi m.i tion -dative to l-a-vnger, Ficight, Telegraph oi* Express  Rules apply to any Agent of tbe Company or lo    "   ��� ,.'  J.-F.  Lee, Traffic Manager, Skagway.  J. Lii'SCOMbk, Local Age.it, Atlin" B. C.  Choice Winesi Liquors and Cigars.'  R   13. Dixox, Pioprietor.  Hydraulic   Mining  Machinery.  HYDRAULIC   GrANTS,    WATER    GATES,  ANGLIC   STEEL   RIFFLES    &  HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PIPE.  Estimates furnished 011 application  The' Vancouver Engineering Works,  Vancouver, B. C.  A. C Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B', C.  -A-NEW MINIM Co.'  Organised to Operate Otter.  1- **-s. .  Creek Leases.  '      / ���     *  '���-. T . ,  v ���' * '       I  Memorandum of   Assouiation Kov\  In   the' Hands'of Provincial  ,  Recistra'r���Plant Will  be in  , >-','    Operation by July Next. .  / The Meiiioiandiimof Association  and the'Miecessary lees to incoipoi-  ate the above Company nuclei .the  law-* of-Biitish Columbia have been  forwatded to the Regi-stiar j! Joint  vStock*Companies at \'ictona.. !  ' The'ilncoipoiatois and 1'iuvis-  ional DirecloisAjl llie new company  .ire all well known and responsible  men with large iuteiests 111 thc  canip. T "     - "'  The Jncorporation of the Otter  Creek-liydiaulic Company, Ltd., is  the outgrowth ofthe healthy devel,  opment'of the camp. The ]5ros  pecting on the property acquiied  by the company has paid fiom the'  start, and has extended over a con-  tiin:ous}period of thiee yeais, much  to the credit���oi the plucky  owners.  The richress of thegioundia e\i-  dei-ced-s.by.tln: fact -that a colo-iy ol  ,drifters>,\vill continue operations all  winter. The company is therefore  a paying pioposition fioni its inception.  Tlie oiganixers of the company,  (all local men), show their faith in  the 11 ndei taking, by proceeding  this fall with preparations foi the  installation of a hydraulic plant  capable "of handling 1000 cubic  yards daily. Everything will be in  readiness to Uegi.i piping before the  1st of Jul}* next. In a future issue  will appear a detailed statement ol  the basis of oiganizatiou of this  new Company.   "  Otter Creek Items.  Preparations are' goi ig on to rc-  iustal the Wright Creek plant (Pen-  dugwig) on Otter Creek. Mi.  Bartiitn has the sub-contiact to  move the plant over and instal  it.  He is now gra-ding the flume line  and making other provisions to be  ready lo pipe on the benches of Otter before the   first  of  July next.  Mr. Molineaux, the Government  road Master, is superintending the  construction of a wagon road from  the Wright Creek ioad across  to Otter, theuce up the creek  about 3 miles to the Canyon (Cnr-  niicfaael    and    Morau'*,    ground.)  Hungerford aud Foster have the  road contract, and expect lo finish  it in about 15 days.  Joseph Carleston aud associates  have"rnoved over from Wright to  Otter, and lime already made a  stake cleaning up Carinichael and  Moran's Xo. I pU  'Carlesion's cieu will diiftin new  giound all winter. The advent of  Mis. Foslei on Otter Creek will  make it moie cheeiful and "filling  for the boys." In all theie will be  S or 10 e*ipeuenccd iniueis, diifting  on Ottei this winter 'on the Coni-  paiiy'S'gioynd.   ' ���     - -  '  Archie lii'owulee has gone over  to'Otter -with "tlie bunch'.''' - At  present he1 is'--'following-'in .'his  fatheVs.footstep-., taking measure- ���  meats, levelling,' etc.  ^ Mis. Moraii and Mr. MoianSr. are  on their way iu here from Western  Ontario,"*and!'will 'wintei ' en 'the  Cieek. Carmichael "* and Moiau  will driTagain this wintei.  '  -Altogether there will be quite a  colon}' thi<- winter o'n upper 'Olteiv  and with' loa-ds building, cabins  and houses going up, aud con-  stiaction work going on, tins new  scene of prospenty and activity is  niost encouraging.  * The interest taken in Carmichael  a id Moran's'prospect cvoik is evidenced by"the fact that so many  well known visiting 'mining men  have gone out of tlieir way lo  examine the ground.  PiominenV among the visitors  was James Constable, a mining engineer of lepute"residing in Seattle*.  R7 Lester - Thayer',',,.an - electrical  engineer from Chicago,   spent "two  weeks vacation on Otter Cieek, and  so taken  up was he.with the prop- ���  erlv, that he will leturn next year.  Mr. Thayer is now, with the  Milwaukee Klecttical Company.  Mr. E. ~A. Robinson footed' it  fiom upper Pine to the Canyon on  Otter, and theuce across to Wiiglir,  he was accompanied by Mr. Cau-  ayau.~  A little later on O. T. Switzci,  Manager of the "British America  Diedging Company* piloted Mr.  Cameion oyer the piopert\. *  Mr. Cameron is construction Engineer of the Bucyrus Company of  South Milwaukee, and is a'mining  man of large and varied experience.  , By the courtesy of Mr. R. 1).^  Fetherslonehaugh, .Mauager of the  Atlin Lake Co. on' McKee Cieek,  his foreman Mr. M.,- Broph-y last  week niide a spec'al trip with Mr.  Bro/Viilea for the purpose of'advts-  in<> on the location of and instal-  lation of the pla it. V Mi Brophy  speaks vary highly oP the facilities  afforded for hydraulicing the  ground profitably.  The Deek's Group.  Mr. J. F. Deek's, owner of a  group -of leases adjacent to Gold  Run on Pine Creek, is now engaged  In constructing a ditch, estimated  to be about .j miles ioug, from Pine  Creek i*eai SiiTprive Lake, to his  property. lie has a"-number of  meii employed, and expects to have  about 2 miles constructed this fall,  the cost of which has already beea  won by him from his ground.  '   H  *        1 ^  ja **y  i  1'" d  ,' -, *���-! - 'i.7*rJ  '   1  .<,  '>��� 1  *. .. A  " i*       .--/''"'-  '-&*������  "' '.     !'";'.  ^   - ',. ,ic._'  <,*>--.  '* 1- *%- r  1 -      -s  ' 1 -     ' ~~ ��  ">    I -    -. f^  ,f-  ; 'W K  7 !-!  -'- I  .- *! f  l*-a,B',-w,^m,^^*KW^��ki^  ^tx.  ���J*!a*riWi!BiLT motew&iMMit arx*��n*mtt*,r*i\*MB��im  wm a-fniiMa^ap*^^ -V-  ATLIN,  B.    C, ' SATURDAY,   OCTOIER.   35.    tQo:  14  ��� *>r  la -  k  I  1.  1 -  V;  if  n, .  The Atlin Claim.  I'tililUlifwl    ^vcry' Sut hi day   iitoi'iiin^r   In  Tmit'Ati.is f'Jf.AlM   l^it'lH.ISlltNT, Co.  , .\. (.!. 1(1 K-1011 i'i.i.i., I'.nnmi  Ollk'e of iiiililicutioii I ������������������ I S ., Atlin, II. (.'..  AiKprlUiiijr Kiiti^*. *-.|JiO ���>(>*.��� iikjIi',' ruoli  inv-i t inn. Hiinllic i'.oI it-os-, !'.< c(>MI- 11 lint.  S|ici'inl C*()ii<rii(.'t l'uliis uii iiiipliuiitiiin.  Tim ^iilibi'i'lpl inn |!i'!co"ls. ?���'> " .verr payable in iMlyunvi^ Nu v i|)"i' �� ULbe ilclivsrctl  Unlet this condi tiim is coin plied w illi.  Saturday, Octohhk 25, 1002.  The Future ot Atlin.  While it is ceitai.ii thai the lich  placer deposits of the Atlin district  are sure lo build up a goodly cil}  here, il is equally certain- that this  community''.'*, piosperity will ultiii -  ately be maintained and made per-  - maiient, by the ([mulY. mines that  are already beginning to- show 111  the general .mining proposition of  the district Tke evidence is convincing, you o: ly need to look it  up. Iu the excitement ofthe Klondike rush the greatest mining district in tlie noith-wesl has been  pa&sed l>y the cirows?.. Great syndicates are today putting large  amounts of money into quartz mines  in the Dawso.11 country, that are not  to be compared in richness to kdges  , here in tlie Atliu district and bor-'  dering up6u it. This district besides, has not even been prospected  for quartz. The placers have held  the attention ofthe miners, aud the  quartz thus far'found has. been uncovered by, accident.  For example: Over on Pine Creek  placer miners stumbled upon the  Yellow. Tacket vein, and in a 48 foot  shaft that tbc-y su-nk. o�� it, the pay  averaged Si20 to the ton. This  vein is free milling ore; so great  were i'.s values that quite naturally  liligat'O.* resulted. The discoverers  sold 01 bonded the property to a  syndicate, trouble ensued, the original owners broug-ht suit to recover  the mine, and endless litigation  seemed probable, tying up the mine,  when recently Messrs. RiuTner am  Banon bon-ded both sides of the  lawsuit and will endeavour to pro  cjed with developemenfc work.  A Eranklin, Pa., com-iauy operating at Surprise Lake,.has uncovei-  ed an eight foot vein of free milling  or a that averages $14 to the ton.  The Rock of Ages vein vuicovei-  e.l at Discovery, has made a good  showing but is not thoroughly opened up. Specimens of this rock  have assayed $3,o<x> to-the ton, but  these are freaks. The ore, which  i.s free milling, averaged SzS per  ton as taken out of the 50.foot prospect hole that has been sunk on tbe  vein by Mr. Ruffner.  Over' 011   Monroe   Mountain   the  metis of it running into very high  values. ' [t is believed, this group  of quartz claims will yet develop  into "erv lich gold roLiies.  Lately some very gnn-1 showings  have been ,iruule at tlie hs-nd. ,of  Ruby Creek and this sectisni of.the  country although hardly prospected  is uevertbelts*-, wet; worth the attention ol ca utal, The quantity  of ore containing Jvcilu��s i** immense  and the property lately staked by  'r. Lucas and UM-fciates proves  Liiatgoocl ��|_,.ailz.exists on Ruby.  And so it goes on throughout the  Atlin district, eveiy season moie  'promising quartz \eins being found.  Il is- known that "on* Spu-.ee and  011 oilier creeks in this basin theie  arc rich quaitz ledges, but their  development ^.yiil await llie working  out of the placer claims. The immediate piesent ofthe* Atlin diatrict  depends upon the woiking of her  great placers, but lier future is assured b.y,th.e quartz. Rvcvy citizen  of Atlin should take every 'opportunity^ encourage quartz develop-  in int, both by home and . outside  capital,    ..',.,-  New Yorker's Like Atlin.  The    Vancouver- World    says:  Fletcher T. Hamsliaw and George  P. Kinyoji^both of New York, have  returned from thenarlh and are en-  -thusiastic   over   what   they   term  "Atlin's prospect*?."    Both gentlemen went to   Atlin'in  connection  with the McKee Oi'eek Consilidaled  E-Iydraulk* Company,'the-owners of  Which aie'rcoresm-rtfcd byMr.Ham-  ���3haw.    The la Iter ia an   expert  on  hydraulic pioperties and has visited  til   ot" tlie gold-bearing   beds ofthe  coiiutty.    He says Atlin will eventually   prove-a  banner < hydraulic  camp.    "There is-- no  question   in  *ny mind but that   Atftn is the best  k\ draulic countr; in North   America," said Mr. Ha-tnshaw.     !"It excels the Cariboocouhtny, and it excels California in  many   ways   aud  articularly because that state  will-  fot permit the working of hydraulic  grounds   there.'"      The   company  vhich   "NTj-^   Hamsliaw   represents  .ill begin the work of"putting  in a  lydrauli-e plant next season.    The  company also hopes  to  commence  tctive   operatiains-.      The    expert  akes with him ta  Xew  York   six  'Higgels.  tlie  largest  of whrdi  is  vorth $270  all totaling $785.60..  Atlin,  Nugget  and -Grape  And All Kinds of Jewellery Manufactured -on the Premises:  tiftfE"    Why send out when you can get goods as cheap heie?  Watches Front $3 ss&n   FSsio lin(^'a>f;So>cventr'-Sime:-tTF,i-  JULES EGGERT 8 SON: The Swiss Wtiftv  ��.  IV   YOU   W.W1  1 nform eA: i'o'n  CONChRN'ir*.',        '���   ,  ���   In tho Atlin HMsti'ivit  >  -Vt WKI'I'l*   Tti  A. Qm' Nir&txIsf&Sd  IRca!   I'Nt.iti-   iind    ."\��i' 11����� :_���    H;uk>, 1,  Che Celand fio  * r     * i l  Finest Wines. Liquors and  Ci/,\xs.''  FurnishecLRobins, by,the Day,'  '���������   '.    .<���      ���  Week .or Moutli.  ���0*��QD*��0#C^O*Q*Cl***04Wi*C^0*��0->0��^>*0*O'��O<rCK'-O^i:'*<>':-*^  s  o  o  ��  'O.  $  ���  ���Tt  o  o.  THE'   KOOTENAY. HOTEL  Cor  George E- Hayes, Pifopri^tr.-.-  FlKST  AND  TUAINUK   STUl'.I'.Ti'  'i'liis First CImm. Hslvl ti.-.-�� bsrn uomuilr-leil ��n<f >cfiiriu'*-lit-J ti.ruus-l'.oi!'.  ���uiil ofit'li-, the l>(.*si acwjiiuniMl.uiw.. tu'l'i ii:iy'iunt cji* I'ewimiienr  Guesta.���Aniairit'Hii im.l Liivopr-iii plan.    r ��� ,  Finest. Wines? Liquors stnd Cigars.  ���. ',      'Billiards -and   Pool. *    - < - .  :^<'j^o^jt^o^<>*o^o^o*o^o^^>^>9^o-��0^o^<>^o^>^<x^o^0fy'i-^v^i:-  THE   GOLD    HOUSE.  DISCOVELRY,   B>C.  Comfortably Fuureished Rooms���By the Day, SVsak op ".Ion"?'.  The Bsst of Liquors and Cigars'always Lit  Sunk. ��� Fincil.ililc :*.i ^>i-  1 " ni*cfeion\vith the H-ou-?.  _ ���'    '     AMERICAN    AND    KUROPiSAN    PLAN.  O.  W.  J'HIH*. ���til'.  MaiiA<��f.r.  C.DOELKE  FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.  ���P  Fish���   Game   m  Machinery for Gold Run.  seasen'and   home    made,  Fi'HST vStkkht-   Atlin.  .vaitsatte.  PRICES ALWAYS' AS   LOW  D.'G. STEW"A  J'Oa'l"   Oi'SmCK   ltlyCO\'W>  FOR GROCERIES AMD MINERS' SUPPLIES.  Mi-. Kircshfeld, jtgeiife foe the Vancouver KngLiieering W��rU.s, is gefc-  ting in on  the   !:i��st   boat   ii-notliei*  jlant 10 be instilll��r*1  wii  the vSnow-  Lmpcrial group  has  been    proven |sboe Gro,jp 041 Gd(1 Rlul< Ulis'p]ant  much richer than was ab first sup- vvil, be ^^4 thi��. u-inteti. Any.  posed. This ledge as-at first found  was three feet thick, running from  $S to-Si-2 per ton, of free milling  ore. The Niiurod Syndicate of  London, bonded it but the .development did not encourage the syndicate, and  when  barren   rock  was  run into the syndicate dropped   the I "  mine.    Mr. Herbert Fierce, an At-1     It's a pretty   s.ife proposition   to  Lin man, audi a practical miner, has  beware of tlie man who   never  ad-  for:  one who is desirou-*; of purchasiiij.  machinery would tsk.*- wclE toconsuHt  Mr. Hirschfeld before placing trreir  orders; he can save you 2-5 percent*.  A Pointer.  ��*$c-$.  Call and get  Prices  -'  ft  since bended the mine from the  owners,, and continued thedevelop-  meut \votk; and it is said that he  Bus  cucounlered   rich   01 e,  speci-  vertises. If he's not progressive iu  his advertising be'.i jVietty apt to be  uuprogressivc iu what he has Ui  sell.  rO$&  ,-0  i,"  �����  5  '   '*<*  ���i  ii  ���*   ''i  ^-       t  -tt  x\  ���     1  I      "  r  M  Ks  St  la  %  ��  11  1  ,��fSTvrtrT^7-��-'lri"ft*bv.,��.   -.J.  ��UWJIMBiai:��t,W.^MIMlillll��aniJIJMIIKBBCan!5 W^Sis^^i^a^i&el&^jXi^j^rsm.
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JAMKS A. FRASEU, Assessor and Collector,
Atlin Assessment District,
Atlin', B. C.
Dtplemb.cr 30II1.  190:
W.  WALLACE  GRiMS:  & Co.,
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Third Street, Atliu B. C.
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"OKBSBSISWCT^iKf-i Pi  **��� ��� C   '  warn  i  PI-  I  . I  If. I  ���  1:  f!l  r*>i  i-i.-'-  p."  I'  i  Afl.lX, B.    C,    SATURDAY," OCTOBER  25, '"7902.  PICKED UP liERL AND TiiEi<E.  Clli 111 c-li ol  I'li-lunil:  St. Aim lin's ('liurcli, cor. Third mid lYiiin-  01 -sH'ccts. Siinduy sorvivc*), Matins at 11 u.  in., I'vciisoiij; 7:30 p. m. Celebration of Holy  Communion, 1st Sunditv in each inontli und  on Special occasions. Siiiula.i School, Sim-  , day nt 3 p. in. Cominittcu Meelintjs, 1st  TIiiiimIiiv in ouch moiitli. ,  ,i    , Kev. ]���'. L. Stephenson, lioctor.  St. , Aiidirw's Presbyterian Church hold  Hi!i*v,ici*s in (ho Olmrcli on Second Stieet.  Mornin-r M-nici* utll e\eiiiiif? sui\iuo 7:3)  Sundny School nt tlio close of tlio morning  *,oi*\.ice. Kev. 15. TiirhiiiKtoii, Minister, l'ree  Kcmlintr Room, to which nil ure welcome.  .      CUT   PRICKS    at    lhe    Atlin  Cheap Cash Store :  Cream, large size,  40 cents-per tin.  Cream, small size, 20 cents "per tin.  Milk, small size, 20 cents per tin.  Sugar, 10 His. for $1.00.  All other  Groceries,   Provisions,  etc.,  cut  from   10  to  20 percent,   line residence on First Street, there  There is more" solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea than in a  gallon of most beverages.  1 Hornsby Smith, Thomas Dyer  and' J. Haresign have gone to Telegraph Creek on a prospecting trip  for the winter.  I-or Oranges and the very,finest  buttei go to McDonald's Grocery.  Air. M. R. Janiieson will give a  farewell dance al the Nugget Hall  on Friday 31st. inst; all his many  friends are coidially invited. Mr.  Jamie'son, will take a prolonged vacation, and,will.'visit,his home in  Australia before returning to Atlin.  Blue Ribbon Coffee is'absolutely  pure.���It is sold in all the stores in  Atliu. ' '���',',.  Mr. Louis Shultz is pulling up a  Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots and  . Shoes at half pi ice. --.VI. Foi.ky.  _ The first ^ thing a small-minded  person thinks of when something  appears in a newspaper that he does  not like, is to stop his subsciiption.  Then he wonders why "the rag  does not go into the bankruptcy  court."   '      .  Christie's and Fancy Biscuits at  E. L. Pillman & Co.  We are*pleased to be able to publish the fact that Mr. D. Todd Lees  has practically recovered the use of  his thumb which at one time was  considered as good as lost, in fact  it was actually cut right through  the bone and only held by - a thin  'piece of-skiuT ���Dr. Young was at-  tetidiiig-physician and is very well  pleased with the result of his treatment.-        , i'  For a good square meal go lo  the Pioneer Bakery and Restaurant. |  Mis. Hirschfeld and Miss Hunl-  ly will leave for Vancouver on Monday next, for the winter.  Go lo The Royal for Fresh Oyster Cocktails.  Remember that the, season is  drawing to a close. If'you want  to take presents home don't wait  till the last moment; see our local  jewellers, Jules Eggert & Son,  they make nugget souvenirs that  are unexcelled.  Jimmy Regan has a good stock  of American Shot Gnu Cartiidges  and Sporting Goods. His prices  are always the lowest.  is quite a building boom  just   now  and all the carueuteis are busv.  . 1 ���  Watch our Xiuas Stock.  '-    1 Dockrill and Bourne.  This week the weather has  been  decidedly frosty "and the small lakes  back of Atlin   City   are   all   frozen  over.  -   ... i  Tresh" consignment   of    Fancy  Groceries,   at   popular- prices,   at  E. L. Pillman & Co.'  The-Scotia sailed last ' Monday  with over So passengers for the  outsider this is-probably the last of  the rush out. ,  , ^  -���" Imported Cigars at Dockrill and  Bourne's.  Mr. S. G. Lawrence will be em:  ployed by lhe- Dominion Government Telegraph Service as linesman  for the Atlin beat, during the absence of Mr."Gague/\vho is taking  a 4 months' vacation.      ' ' , ,  Agen's specially selected fresh  ranch eggs���McDonald's Grocery.  The A.O.U.W. building" will be  erected on the lot opposite' the  Church of England on Third Street,  it will be quite an acquisition to  Atlin for entertainment purposes  this winter.  Albums given away,'see Muir-  head about them, McFeeley's store.  Mr. Ford, successor to F. Link,  has refitted the Barber's Shop in up  to date style; he is a first class man  at his trade and should do well.  Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Blunck  were among the migratois on Monday's boat.  BRITISH AMERICAN  DREDGING Co.'  The^initial steps towards undertaking the scow construction for the  Bucyrus Dredge to lie installed on  the "Jenny B lease of* tlie Race  Hoise Group" on Lower < Pint  Creek, was taken - laM, week' 'in * a  quiet and unostentatious way. It is  purposed to start 'dredging' next  summer at the site of No. 2 and No  3 shafts well known to'iuany in the  camp. >  The debris, deadwood and standing timber are lapidly disappearing,  and the work , of excavating the  "pit" for the monster dredge' will  lie started next week. The size 01  the pit to contain the scow is ico  by 300 leet.     , -*.  PL A. Iv. Canavan is in charge  of the preliminary work,' pei'di^g  Mr. Cameron's return.'       '    '  J. II. Brownlee C. E., :w;asout lu  thewoiks on Wednesday and *ie-  marked that it looked good "to him.  Canavan, Switzer and Brownlee have been intimately associated  in this undertaking fiom tlie start,  and the tangible shape which 'lift  enterprise is assuming must be gratifying to them and their, ass,.clales-  If lhe party who borrowed a box  of paints'form llie "Claim Office',  will kindly return same, the ownei  will be obliged.  '( .��� ���-.   j*  More Staking on Rubyv  John Roxborough has staked the  extension on the 'quartz, ledge recently located by Bert Lucas, the  latter is still convinced Und the  quartz on Ruby is the mother lode.  He is very enthusiastic over tlie  quartz propositions in Atlin and  has decided to remain in the camp  all winter.  Tunnel versus Shaft.  In the case of a company that has  gone into the venture 011 a non-asses-  men t plan the end comes quickh and  fice and finally the company finds  its treasury bare-and uothir.g but a  barren tunnel 10 show.* The shareholder!- get it in the neck and, the  localit\ gets a bla'clc eve.  Tunneling and diifting.are used  frequently j.o advantage in opei.irg  up mining properties In*I tunnels  should follow p'olimiuaiy cxamin-  atiou'aiid be laid out as the result  of definite knowjedge,, if the foi illation ofthe vein dips with the hillside so that a tunnel.will sliike.the  hanging wall il'inay be quite 'possible lo open up'lhe vein al a depth  of 500 feel by a tui.ncl of only 200  'feet. .Heie the advantage of the  tunnel is'veiy evident also, if-lhe  ground is very wel the cost of get- .  ling iirpumning machinery may be  so gieat as lo make tunnelling ,a  necessity. Then there is 'the case  wheie the vein cuts acio.*--; llie  course of lhe valley and hillside  so that one end of lhe claim' is con-  'sidcrably higher than the'othei.-  ,A- tunnel or more piopcilyjcliili is  then the only way to open the 01 e  body, such a tunnel being always  en the vein will show'any vaiiation"  in width and value, there- will be  no trouble Irom water and the pi op-  erty will be opened with the smallest possible expense. ���    ���  ���" - -"SENTINEL.   .  CAfJ  .0  ,��� ��� '   Get Some- ,   -  PHOTOGRAPHS -  Eb'r. Christmas From  '-iVIUIRHEAD,  McFeeh/V Store.  Cartiiicates of improvements.  GOLD, GOLD No. 2 AND SYDNFCY FKAC-  TION ^Mineral Claim*-, situate in ilie  Atliu Mining Division of Ciis-iar Jjisti lot,  one mill-Noi tli West ol Atliu.City.' "  nr*AI*K Notice tlmt I, Williiini Itoavis I'.M.C.  No, 15 -i!-83, intend 60 days fiom ilute hereof to appl.% totlie .Uiiiinj; Keeordt'i*   lor Cer-  ceitainl)* the funds raised  are used jtitieutewif improvements, for the purpose  ol obtaining   Crown Giants,    ol the    above  up in driving the tunnel 200 feet or  more, failure to find the vein where  expected lessens the value ot the  stock, to keep on with the tunnel  the reserve stock is sold at a sacri-  claimi;. ' 1  Ami   Fr/liTUElt,   Tube  notice  that    action  miller Section 87 must be commenced before  the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements, ��� William I'e.ivis  Dutod this, 11th   day of September, 1902.  l^mv��w*-w-yfivcrf*1***:-r-��1Ji> / J *v"*pr>


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