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 ?^r  tf  '���?,  el  %  hi  VOL    3-  ATUN. B. C, SATURDAY,/SEPTEMBER 15,    900.  NO. 72.  BE  And ,���et  ft:  11  1..  .��� Fiercely uB>^ .  ,   .   . ���        GENERAL HARDWARE, ',;'_'  CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,AND WALL PAPERS.  "  f ' '     ALL KINDS Oh' TIXSMJTH   WORK ��� :  , ,  I'RORil'TI.Y  A'Vrv.SIilUi  TO.  .      .;     A   I.AKCUC   SUIM'LY   OK   ASBKS'lO.--.   CI.OTH   IN   STOCK.      :     ".   .     '  Corner of First andri'earl-Strcetr----. - ATLIN.  STABLE'S/MAIDEN   SPhECVi   ynct.  (I leai, hc-ai.)   , We have had  Tn  the-',Provincial   Assembly   on  Aug.    1st,'Nii:  James   .'-tables,   in  inovii.g   his resolution ' that an order of-the House be   granted   for  a  return ofalP hydraulic leases gravied since.the first of Januaiy, U-'/.S,  in the Atlin   district, with name- o.  lessees.dates of applicat'on, name of  cieek   or   iher,   with' location   of  ground, 1 overed b\ such  leace; alco  name of applicant   ai-d  ieas-=>-- still  in abeyance or withheld; aW'.re:..,-,  of    application    f' r    wafr   'e stc,  (-.number' of   inches   applied   for in  each case.' those granted and these.  in   abeyance,  paid:  do   -'O   f-'T  tl e pmyosc of obtaining cei-tni--  information regarding that' di-.!riel'  I understand, Sir, thai crlain  leases have heeu grafted embedding ground already held and being  worked by irdividual free mirer--.  Under the provisions of-ihe Hacer  -Mining ��� Act,  section .94.   iyis.p:,o:  in the past year circumstances such  asinade.il .Iiflicull lor any ,one to  know jus I where they were'-at. .It  was almost impo'sible for one to  find out whef: er iheyhad a claim  or not". I think, Sir, that the' in-  teie-b-, of the district-will.be best  foi warded if the government will  give tbe free miners there a fair op-  porlurity ol examining these creeks  before handing them ' over" to 'the  vaiious companies that/-are now  clatnoiing for - concessions" in that  di=nict. (Hear, hear.) ��� I contend,"  Mr, that if we retain that-district  for the individual minerfthat we  will nol only help hirrVbuf we will  do the best thing for the'/merchants  who ' furnish him 'supplies ��� and  the transportation companies' "as  well.- The more-men1 we can have  working as individual miners 'the  better it will be for' the district. I  , wo'uld 'ftsk therefore "that" the government  uu'icli felt;   her  social   a-d  .lilciaiv.  ' {' . .  qualities, combined   with   her  generous and   unostentatious   manner,  having impressed themselves on all  who'have been fortunate enough to  .'���?     .  cojue 111 contact with her.   \\ t- wish  1'       ' ���'  her God speed on her travels, success, in Jier .enterprises', and a safe  return to beautiful'Atlin early next  stunnier.   '},'���'��� '���  ������;]'.'   ,-   ~~A^~~ :~  [-MINERAL   LOCATIONS.  ������ ���  ' '������   '   ti "'���    ,  ,'fSept. 1���Sr C. Elkinglun, I'rince-  th^orpe, Graham Ck.  if���A. 'N. Harvey���Pickwick:  ;���F. S. Joy���Owl.     '.  \i��� L. Thompson���Shamrock.  4,V-A. Carmicbael���Irish Boy. -  [The above  four  are   located 'on  Qraham Ck.  ^"1-���A. H. Short���Climax, Spruce  ���I--  T  in   "rantine-leases use'ev-"  o o ��  vlded   lhat    a   lease   shall   not   be j  granted oc any mining grourd, any!cr>'  precaution 'to  protect the indi  portion of which is aetuallv occupied b3 free jrr ners, unless with the  consent of ,-uieh nccnuieis. I under  stand, Sir, lhat a protest signed by  a large number of miners -on B01 1-  der Creek has been entered ag.'iirsl  a certain lease grafted on thai  creek, and I can assure you, ---'l  'that the government will he aciirg  in the best in'erests gf the di^nir:  if they' accede l" th'.' r ���<[ icst c  the petitioners'ai,d me the said  lease withdrawn. I believe Lhat a  large majority of the peo-. Ie in that  district would fa\or ha'ing no  leases granted on the known gold  crreks, or on the first o- se<-o. d  benches 0'" s'id creeks, at lea?t for  another \ ea-, as, owing to the ���-  discriminate   slaking of that pail of  ��� vidual miner and give him'the first  opportunity of securing the ground  where it is found that it can be profitably w-oiked in that way. (Loud  apply use. J  ENGLISH V. BOER. '  A ridiculous bit of history happened latch in Russia.. Accounts  of the Pocr war fltered into two  adjoining \i'iru'o? in the, interior.  One vill.ige cicelaicd itself pro-Boer,  the other pzo-liisgli.sh. A villager  in the pro-Boer settlement who  coidd write, sent an intimation to  the English sympathizing village  that the pro-Eoers could lick them,  and signed it ''Paul Kruger." -An  answer was sent 10 this signed.  "Lord      Roberts,"     saying      thev,  would do as Roberts  did   with   the  the  country,  a great portion of ihe   Boers���pull  thens out by the heels:  A muster was quickh made, "Lord  Uoberls," with'his men marched  down on Kiuger's j-tronghold and  a desperate ' riot was the result,  many being" dangerously "hurt. The  troops baa to be called out before  order could be restored.  ground has as \et been in ios;ect-  ed, and I think, Sir, :\ is onl\ ji si  and right that the ground 'bonk  be retained in older l< gi\ c indi'- i  dual miners a chance o! (", 1 ding out  whether or not it can be pjofl.lbh  worked b} the ordinary rocker 01  sluice 1 ox ] icce<s. T owy.vi, wx  ha\e hciid a gieat coal i thi^  House within the past lev. d.y\ s  about the Kooienays and Cariboo,  ai.djet, Sii. J maintain that we  have in Cassiar a district that will  ���equal, if not surpass'either, both in  agricultural and mining ���' ossibililies and I believe it will be iu the  best interests, not onh oflhel-'n-  viiice, but of the country at laige,  that   this "overiimei t should do all  O  in   its power lo further the development of the resources  of   that dis-  Ck. t   ,  1^3���H. J.   Davys���Copper   King,  Island adjacent to Goat.  :^3���R.   C.   Lowry���British-Canadian, head of Little Spruce.  .�����3���Duncan    McRae���Ben   Crua-  chan, divide   between   McKee  and  "Sprr.ce.  r  ���1 3-r-D. G. Stewart���Clachan Dhbr,  -Divide between McKee and .Spruce.  1 <��� 1  '���: 4���Edgar��� Ashton---Bodiugtou, 9  .miles from head of Tor^^ Arm.  ' \ 4���Cornelius Bell ���War Eagle.  ; 4���W. is. Lerwel! -Black Jark.  -,/ The above two ,are lolled ' nine  miles.,1 rom^head of Tony. A rui,-..,.  4���C. L. Waile���Star, S.yuce ok.  4���W.    G.    Mitchell ��� Kruger,  head of Little Spruce.  4���E. J-   Hooper,   Cronje,   head  of Little Spruce.  5. -C'    Chriscadeu���Red   Coat,  Inlet.  5---J. Rave.iscroft���Gray Eagle,  Tory Inlet. ,    '      .  6���M. E. Hitchcock���Stanley.  6--F. C. Harriman--Sir William.  '  6���Ethel .Smith���-Van Honie.  9���H. G. vSmith���Harriman.  ���   The above .four  are   located- on  Taku Arm.  6--Liilie Kirkland���Vio?et.  6���:C. 'l'. C. Eoehme ��� Lucky  Chance.  6. -Tim Kirkland���British Lie ;.  . The above three aie located at  the head :>f Wright.  7���,G. B. Watson���Victory, . Taku Arm.  7���G. B. Watson���Alberta, Taku Arm.  7���William- Clark ��� Southern  Cross, Taku Arm,  7���Geo., Jj. Watson, Independence, Taku Arm.  8 ���Mary Donovan ���Anna Mabel,  31-2 miles from Atlin, northerly  11��� H.'   B.  Chance.  11���H. B. McGrath���Morning-  Star.  1 ���C. Chriscaden���C^xione.  The above three are located at  the head of Alder Creek.  11���G. M. Shirlev���LlueGiouse,  n   ol   the'World,   has j Volcanic ck.  increased   her  mining interests  THE PIRST CONTINGENT.  Ottawa, Sept. 4 ���The muster  1 oil of the First Canadian Contingent to this date show;s 500'aihead-  qoarter^ at Springs, 62 on the armoured trains; gr at the convalesce;-1 camp at Capetown; 36 on the  command 'and iu the Imperial rail-"  way service; 190 sick and/at the  various rest camps, or on duty on  the"line of communication. There  were 24 iu-Norval's Point hospital  and ;5 iu Johannesberg. These, to-'  gether with 39 killed and died of  wounds, 26diedpfdisej.se, 14 transferred and ^02' invalided to England, make the total who left Canada for South. Africa,in the First  Contingent.  -  THE MINING QUEEN.  Mis. Mary E. Hitclicbck left yes-  teiday for ai." extended tour which  will embrace the principal eastern  cities, besides many of the- European capitals. Dining her summer's stay hero, this notable woman,   who   mm-   well   be  called   the  NANSEN OUTDONE.  ' A late despatch from Christiana,  Norway, says the Italian Arctic  exploring ship, the Stella Polare,  under the command of the Duke of  Abruzzi, has armed backyit Trom-  s^e on the northern coast of Norway. ..-The Stella Polare was locked up in the ice for ir,months and  the crew suffered terribly. Three  men died an.I the pthers-'ate the  sled dogs. The jamming of the  ice damaged the ship badly, a hole  of 15 inches-being stove in her bow  and .the machinery badiy strained.  They report reaching north, latitude  'S6 deg. 33'in iii .7 which gives" Italy  the Arctic record, hitherto held by  Dr. Naustu.  .Mining (Jnet  in  the  district until they have assumed immense'propoitions. Personally,  Bonanza ck.  13���R. L.   Kelly  Mrs.  Hitchcock's  absence  will   be | miles north of A*lui  -    ,   HARD ON J. C.  There is a story told in conuec:  tion with Rcv.-:Mr..-Priiigle's splen-  ded mii.istry in the north wliich  former residents of Atlin at least endorse as true���and which is good  enough to be correct even'if it isn't.  He was called, upon', so the story-  goes, by an Indian" who . had been  engaged on survey "work, and  whose klootcli had recently done  him the honor 0/ making him a  proud papa. This, particular Si-  wash was enthusiastically devoted  to church work and- modeled his  every da:.- li'e as much as passible  upon the historic characters of Biblical times.'  Pie wanted Mr. Pringle to christen the baby.  "And what do you think of calling him?'' said the .minister, beaming cordially.  "We call him Jesus Christ," was  the astonishing refly���Hip Siwash  intending neither irreverence nor  blasphemy, and the good clergyman  McGrath ��� Lockyilulte' realizing this feature of the  I strange situation. Then he proceeded to explain the objections to  the untutored child of the forest.  "I think you'd betur get some  ot'ier name," he said finally.  "Think it over���isn't there any  other name that'd do?"  ��� "Ob, yes, said the proud father  after a hesitation in which a slight  trace of disappointment was evident���"we can call him J. H.  Brownleel"���Province.  13���Lillie   Kirklanci ��� Trilby  -Joe Irwin,   14  1 ~1^>li^^1FW^IWMt'rai*:W>wr^^ " SATURDAY,  SEPTEMBER   15, 1900.  The Atlin Claim.  Published   evory    Saturday   nioriiirip   by  Ths Atlin Claim Puhlishinq Co.  Offioo of publluiition:  Seoond, butwoon Trniuur and Pnnrl Street  Advprtisla's1 ratts innrlo known on application.  Tho sulisoription price is -SI a your pav-  ntilalinjadvaiico. No paper will I>r delivered  unless lliese conditions urn unmlipwl with.   .  The brilliant >--eries of victories  achieved by the New Westminster  Lacrosse Club, over tbe renowned  clubs of the east is a matter foi; congratulation to all British Columbians. All went down before their  conquering sticks, the scores showing the immense superiority of our  B. C. boys.. The Quebecs, then  the Montreals, the Nationals, the  terrible .Shamrocks, - the all-conquering Capitals of Ottawa, champions time and again of the eastern  league, went down before them in  quick succession. The Torontos  alone made a stand by fighting a  draw, which was no doubt partly  due to our> men being out of condition. To play a hard match with  the Capitals at Ottawa on Saturday  afternoon;, travel 330 miles to Toronto on Sunday and play on Monday on strange ground, was nearly  asking too much of them, but even  then they couldn't be beaten.  A thunderbolt from the blue  could not have astonished the easterners more than this aggregation  of talent from a small B. C. .town  has done. It was like a pigmy  storming Gibraltar, and successfully too. The boys deserve a''great  reception, and they will get it sure  on their triumphal return.  LIMITED.  HEAD OFFICE,  Til!  -We ��� poor plodding'mortals, laden  with petty cares, should look up  into the heavens these evenings and  take note of the wondrous panoramas therein displayed. The sunsets  lately have been gorgeous in the  extreme, that of Monday evening  being beyond the tongue or art of  man to tell or depict. All that  artists have dreamed of beauty falls  short of the ineffable magnificence  of the scene. It,is no use trying to  describe the indescribable.- It was  a revelation of God's glory which  dwarfed man's little aims and ambitions into utter nothingness; a  sermon iu the sky that all might  readj a foretaste and promise of immortality.  "THE NIMROD SYNDICATE.  ' The directors, in an interim leport  to the shareholders, state, that the  syndicate acquired a considerable  number of claims situated in various  parts of British Columbia, and resold the same to the British Colum-  bian Enterprise, Limited, on certain  terms, this syndicate holding a controlling interest in that company.  These claims are now being reported upon by Mr. F. G. Graham.  An agreement for the sale of one the  properties to local people has since  been entered into. In the autumn  of last year the directors were offered options on certain claims situated in the Atlin district of British  Columbia, and. having ascertained  that this goldfield showed promise,  one of the directors, Lord Ernest  Hamilton, accompanied by the consulting engineer of the syndicate,  Mr. A. H. Bromley; proceeded to  Atlin. The claims then under op-  tbt: were acquired,  an.L a   number  ot other claims in this locality were  also purchased for the syndicate.  The Nimrod syndicate has been the  first to actively prospect the quartz  formations in the Atlin district.  These formations are for the most  part bold outcrops, free of vegetation,  and therefore workable at a   minim-  1  um of cost. The area acquired is  somethi'ig like a square mile in extent of ore-beariug'country. Numerous assays were made last year by  Mr. A. H. Bromley, and, so far as  surface indications are of value, satisfactory results have been obtained.  Owing to the change of government  in-' British Columbia, unavoidable  delay iu getting the various Crown  grants occurred, and your directors  decided not to do much prospecting  work until such grants were 1  issued.      Information      has     now j  been    received   by  th."  cable  that !     Cro;yn grants for ii of the Atlin'sheet No. 18 of the British cotnmis-  claims have been issued by'the gov- jsion, 'Dec. 31, 1895, with the nuin-  ernment. Since Lord Ernest Hani-' ber 6500; thence running to the  iltor.'s visit.o/tions have been taken Klehi-ii (or Klaheela) river, iu the  over iu the Imperial Group of direction of the peak north of that  claims, which were selected, after1 river, marked "5020 on the afore-  the inspection of some 50 claims, : said United States map; and 5025  by the local  manager,   Mr.   R.   D.   on the aforesaid British map; thence  J C. CHRISTOPHER, A., C.  HIRSCHFELD,  ' \  President. Secretary.   ':.  ��� * .'>  Atlio Abstract Com^csny? \  a. \  Atlin, B.C. \  Searches Made and Abstracts of Title to Miueral, Hydraulic  and Placer Claims Furnished.    Correspondence solicited.  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH!.   EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNER.  French Restaurant Smb GoBtezcGtEoat.    .,.  Kick & Ha.stik,  Proijkik'tok:s;    David Hastii-:, (M anaukk.  Corner of First and  Discovery Streets.  Canadian  ��� *<  n  <ommerce  Featherstoiihaugh.-    A:small stamp  battery, which the-directors decided  following on the high or fight bank  of said -Klehini river  to  the junc-  to erect in Atlin,commenced running j-tion  thereof with the Chilkat river,  on May 2^nd. and the result of two  crushb'gs of ore taken from the last-  mentioned group of claims is as follows:    No. 1, 60 tons of ore yielded  a mile and a half more or less,  north of Klukwau, provided that  persons proceeding to and from  Porcupine' Creek,   shall   be   freely  Corner Second and Pearl Streets  . Gold Assayed,  Purchased "or  ��� Consignment.  Taken on  27 ozs. 17 dwts. of bullion;jNo.; 2, j permitted to follow the trail between  63 tons'of ore yielded 52 ozs! of bul- [the said creek and the said junction  lion. Mr. Bromley has made a sec- of. the rivers, into and ' across  oud visit to  Atlin,   and is  now  on; the    territory    on    the  'Canadian  his way home.  18.    ��� ��� ���  -B. C. Review Aug.  CANADA-ALASKA' BOUN.  ���   DARY. ','���'  We give herewith the -'modus  vivendi" between the American and  British governments regarding the  delimitation of the provisional  boundary line between the Territory of Alaska and the Dominion of  Canada. Owing to the courtesy of  Mr. Louis J. Seymour, secretary  and court stenographer 19 Mr. Justice Martin, we are enabled to lay  before our readers a full copy of the  document in advance of any other  northern newspaper:  Modus viv'endi between the United States of America'and the Unit-,  ed Kingdom of Great Britain and  Ireland', fixing a provisional boundary line between the Territory of  Alaska'and the Dominion of Canada about the head of Lynn Canal.  Concluded by exchange of notes  October 20th, 1899,'by John Hay,  Secretary of State of the .United  States, and Reginald Towner,  charge d'affaires of.fler Britaunic  Majesty at Washington.  It is' hereby agreed between the  governments >f the United States  and of Great Britain that the boundary line between Canada and the  Territory of Alaska, in the region  about the head of Lynn Canal shall  be provisionally fixed as,follows,  without prejudice to the claims of  either party in the permanent adjustment of the international boundary : ,  In the region ol the Dalton trail-,  a line beginning at the peak west of  Porcupine Creek, markedi. on the  map No. 10 of the United States  Commission,  Dec. 31, 189,3, ^n<J on  side of the temporary ��� line, wherever the trail crosses to such side'  and'subject to such, reasonable regulations for the ��� protection of the  revenue; as the Canadian Government may prescribe, to carry with  them over such1 part, on parts, oi"  the trail between the said points as  may lie on the Canadian side of  the temporary line, such goods and  articles as they desire, without being required t-> pay any customs  duties on such goods and articles;  and from said junction to ths summit of the point east of the Chilkat  river, marked on the' afore.s-.iid map  No. 10 of the United States Commission, with the number 2410, and  on map No. 17 of the aforesaid  British commission with the number 5490. '  On the Dyea and Skagway trails,  the summits of the Chilkoot aud  White Passes.  It is understood, as formerly set  forth in communications of the  Department of State of the United  States, that the citizens or subjects  of either power, found by this arrangement within the temporary  jurisdiction of the other, shall suffer no diminution of the rights and  privileges which they now enjoy.  The Government of the Uuited  States will /at once appoint an officer or officers in conjunction with  an officer or officers to be named by  the Government of Her Britannic  Majesty to mark the temporary line  agreed upon by the erection of  posts, stakes or other appropriate  temporary marks.  Exchange sold on all the principal ,00b: Is in "Europe, the United  States and. Canada.  AN ANATOMICAL IMPOSSIBILITY.  At a  public  meeting  held  in  ASSAY .OFFICE'      >    -'.  IN CONNECTION   , ..   ���  FOR GOLD DUST ONLY.  T.   R.  Bit,LETT,  auasrer.  with the Highland regiments which  were cut up so badly at M igersfon-  tein, the pruvost, douce man, in the  course of his speech, ' advised his  hearers lo cheer up and not take  it too badly, as "iliere .vere thousands of brave Scottish hearts yet  iei't oeatiuLj beneath   Ihe kilts."  ATLIN EXPORTS.  On Tuesday J. II. Russell shipped outwards to White Morse 83  cases aud 5 barrels of bottled beer,  all the product of the Atlin Brewery Co. Mr. Wehrfritz, the brewery manager, is turning out a first-  class article, and we expect  soon to hear of Atlii1 beer achieving  fame aud popularity all over this  northern country aud securing a  large export trade.  NORTHERN  ITEMS.  The Bristol Bay strike has proven  to be a fake.  The bench digging at Nome are  completely petered out.  The Bank of 13. ,\\ A. has closed  its Bennett branch.  A $630.50 nugget has been found  on 12 abuve discovery on Jack  Wade creek.  Dawson is now free of small-pox.  The Dawson lumber interests  have combined and agreed upon the  following prices: Rough lumber,  $85; dressed, two sides, $��� 20; sluice  lumber. $150. Former prices were  $70 for plain   and $90   for  dressed  ' ^1  <��$  ��� 9  Scottish city to express  condolence! lumber.  Knanrnfflmnn  Muaomswsmm I'l  V,  " id  ATLIN, B. C", .SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15.  if  ir  fr  ��-  A BOGUS CONCERN.  The   Klondike & Columbian Gold  ��� -:-.    Fields Co , 'Limited.   '  The timidity of-the British public  in  investing   in   Canadian   mining  enterprises is once   moie  explained,  by    the   inquiry   recently  held   in  London   by Mr. Registrar Hood   in  the bankruptcy court buildings, info the Klondike & Columbian Gold  Fields!     Limited.    The     company  was registered on August 3rd, 1897,  with a nominal capital of ,��100,000  divided into  95,000  ordin ry,   and  5,000 deferred shares  of ��1   each,  and was formed, for the .purpose   of  operating in milling and other prop-  ��� erties iu the Klondike   aud   British  Columbia.     A compulsory wii'd-up  order   was    made    last   February,  when astatment of affairs was 'filed  disclosing   unsecured    liabilities   of  ^5.737- "The    assets, - valued , at  .��2,808,  are  subject   to   claims   on  debenture  bonds   lor  ,��4,279,   and  the total deficiency as regards   both  creditors and shareholders is  returned ^,��45, 855.    The   amount  subscribed by the public   towards   this  corhpany    was  ,��35,000,    and   the  enquiry was held to discover where  all ��� this    money   had   gone.     The  eviderice disclosed that a clerk in the  war,office, John Morris Catton, was  the real promoter, though the name  of Charles Frederick Flock, a clerk  in his employ at ��2 per week, was  used.    Catton, when not busy 'with  the red tape at the war office, amused  himself   by   promoting  companies.  He    plays    a smaller   game  than  Hooley, but he plays it pretty often,  for he has already promoted eighteen  pany's funds.    A small proportion  of this was ��� paid out  for' expences.  ���He received '3,054 'of the" deferred  shares of the  company.    He  sold  the   Klondike    Co.   shares  in   the  Dawson City Co.  for which   he < received ��5,867. He also sold the company a o;ie tenth/share in a passenger  steamship agency carried on by him  for   1,000.    His capital in'the con-'  cern  was $20,600.    The  company  lost the  $5,000.     In the  course  of  the evidence it was  developed   tha  Catton   gave 50 shares  of the. deferred stock to the Hon. J. H. Turner, 50 to the ,Hon.   G.   E.   Pooiey,  ��>, C, and 200 to Mr. J. Boscdwitz.  These three gentlemen   formed  the  colonial board of directors.  The disclosure of these facts will  undoubtedly lead to still further  timidity on the part of the British  investors towards Canadian niinin '  investments. -But the lesson will have  its good results as well if. it-checks  such frauds as the one just disclosed.  ���Montreal Gazette.  ���Wmk  NOTICE.  NOTICE  is hereby given   that nil  p'lucer  iliiims Ictrnllv  hold  in  tho  Atlin  Luke  niul  'Bmuiett   L.ike   -Mining Division  of Cussiar  /District are Jiiid over from the  15th Septem-  l>ur, 1900, to the 2nd July, 1JW1.  J. I>. GRAHAM,  Gold Commissioner.  Atlin, September 7, HMD.  Certificates  of   Improvement  '.Mf SURAL   CLAIMS' ���   ,'  '���Luelty Liverpool," "Nanairoo," "Pari!  Exhibition," "Unknown," '.Transit Frae-.  tion," Sultana Fraction," "Iinjiei-iul." '���Niro-  rod" mineral claims; situate in the Atliti  Uike Mining Division of Cassiar District.  Where* located: Oik Monro Mountain, about  4 mile* nurth-eust of Atlin.  Take notice that T, J. H. Hrowiilee. agent  tor ihoinus H. Jones, Free Aimers' certificate No. SfliOlA: Win. Moore, Free Minora*  certitn-iite No. 0<>ll��7; Jaine.- Stokes, Frea'  . .timer*1 reriificate No. ilUlijfl: W.ii. Hamilton,  | Free Miner*' oertiiieato No. 3B58 special, ami  | R-l). FeUierstouhiwiffh, Free .Miners' oertifi-  j cute No. 112&280, intend, (it) day.-, from the date  i hei-pol, to apply to the mining recorder for o j  ,i certiiicnte ot improvements, lor the purpose  t ot obtaining it crown gi-iiut of this abovo  ! claims.  And fiuthor take notice that action under  section  'Al must  be  commenced  before the  issuance ofsuch certiiicnte of improvements.  .      ' J. H. BROWNLKK.  llfited this ldtli day of August, 1900.  NOTICE.  Sam; of Chown Land r.r Tknueh.  KITCttENliR.IDA E. AND INDliPUNDENCK  ���    '      FRACTION MINERAL CLAIMS.  SlTUATK  IN  THU  ATLIN   LAKT.   MlNINCJ   DIVISION   OP  C.iSSIAlt   DlSTHIOT.     WHKKK Lo-  jO'atkd���On    Moniio    Mountain, Ahout  Fouu Mills South-east of Atlin.  QUA LED   TENDERS   will   be   received  by  the undersigned, up   to ^iioon of Thui-s- f    TAKE NOTICE that I, J.   H.  Brownlee   a��  ^it^.fel,^.n,tbfr'fort,le.����lrc,'nseo' lo�� [ agent lor Mary E.   Hitchcock. Free  Minors'         .... Certificate. No. H3fl..|(i(l; A.F. Deacliman, Free  HER NAME WAS MARIE. -  It happened when Harry Cowan,  now of this..city, was editor, and  joint propietor of the Atlin Claim���  Mr. E. M. N. Woods being then, as  now, stipendiary magistrate, and general protector and dispenser of- the  law. in the new.inining camp!  ,../  Every week before the . momentous time approached for sending  the Claim ��� to -press, Mr. Cowan  made it a rule to hunt up the magistrate and from the'court's blotter  take the record of cases disposed of  during the week.        ���      '.'.. y.  ' ���; One  day,-; after? the :paper    had  .. 4 0    been issued and jusrasvit=had about  companies, many of  which   he   ad-  had time   to ' get   fairlyNcirculated  mitted" were  in   liquidation. ' The through the camp, the door  of the  prospectus of the Klondike  &   Columbian     Gold     Fields    Compa..y  brought    in    ^27,166.    Then   the  newly formed  company   went, into  the    company   promoting  business  itself, ai.d   launched the New Golden  Twins,   [Ontario,] [Limited]   to  take over    a   property  in   Canada.  The Public only   subscribed ��2,000  to the New Golden  Twins,   a   sum  insufficient to  pay  the  advertising  expenses.    The result was tacit the  Klondike &  Columbian .Coinpair,  was left with a large block of shares  on its hands, 'for  wliich  there  was  no market.    Attempts   were   made  to find ohe without success. Finally,  a third   company, also organized by  Catton, th'e Dawson City,[Klondike]  and Dominion Trading Corporation  [Limited] came to  the  rescue  and  'purchased"   5)5<DO  shares  of the  iin j  HI!, Cassiar District, containing- 111] ucrcs,  situated nt the junction of Pine Creek w ith  iAtlin Lake. The sale .will be subject to payment by the purchaser of the appraised value  of the improvements which have been made  .on the lot and no tender of a less price than  - 3.IKI per acre will be entertained.  1 W-S. GORE,  ������_     Deputy Commissioner of Lands & Works.  Lauds and Works Department.  Victoria. B.C., 10th August. 19J0.  PINE TREE HOTEL  DISCOVERY, B. C.  When you come to Discovery take  shelter under the tree.  'Finest of liquors.    Good   stabling.  Miners Certificate No. 2874 (Special), ami  lliirrictli li. Harrimau, Free Minora' Certificate No. H3S371. intend, (>() days from the date  hereof to apply to the Mining; Recorder.- for  a certificate of improvement-, for the purpose of obtaining a crown frrunt to the-  above claims.  And further take notice that action, nuclei-section'H7, must be commenced before  the issuance of such,certificate of improvement-,.  J. 11. KrowNLKK.  Dated this4th day of Sept. 1SIU0.  , DISSOLUTIONS OF PARTNERSHIP.  NOTICE 'is  hereby tfiven that the partnership heretofore carried  on by us at Atlin, B.  C, as Barristers & Solicitors, lias  been  mutually dissolved from this day.  Duted 1st July,l!luO.  R. JIcBRIDE,  W. POLLARD GRANT.  sanctum was thrown violently open  and a dishevelled, excited Frenchman rushed in, his arms disturbing  the air like the fans of an ancient  windmill.  ' You are ze proprietaire of zee  paper?" he demanded.  '���'One ot the proprietors," assented Mr Go wan, calmly. ."What  seems to be your trouble���what's  wrong?"  Everything -ees ze trouble���all  ees wrong," howled the Frenchman, iu charming generality of  complaint���and he slammed, a  paper down on the table.  "'-Look at zat," he said pointing  to the police report with a "finger  trembling with rage���"eet ees all  one lie���sacre���one damn lie!"  Mr. Cowan looked and saw that  the   item    giving    rise  to  all   the  NOTICE is'hereby tfiveii that tho Hotel  busine.-s at Pine heretofore carried on by us  under the firm name of Letherdale & Burton  is" mutually dissolved from this date. All accounts due the firm must be paid to J. Letherdale, and allaccounts duo by firm must  be presented to him for payment.  , Dated Atlin, B. C, 28th Au#., 1900.  J. LETHERDALE..'  -   .   J. BURTON.  Marie, not Regina, her name!  Why you not say so? Eh?"���Vancouver Province.  Run the only stage to  DISCOVERY and SURPRISE LAKE  A four-horse Saratoga will  convey passengers,to Dis  ,    . cover}'-, and from there coii-  '. nection   is'made with Surprise Lake. - ���  They Have a Number of Buggies  ,pf the Latest-Pattern. for Hire.  Saddle Horses and Freighting are a  Specialty with them.  Leave  orders   at   the    B.    A'.   C.  Store, corner ist aud Kant.  li. E. Hayes.  J. G. Cornell.  New Golden Twins from the   Klori-, fuss was just  as  he   had  taken  it  dike    &    polumbian   Gold ��� Fields j from the magistrate's book  Company. ' With   the  ^2.750   thus       "Regina v. Chopard���theft���dis  obtained a dividend of 20  per cent  was declared on   the  stock   of the  Klondike Sf. Columbian Gold Fields  Company.    The hope   was that a 'self out of the judge's book."  market   might   be  secured  for   the      The caller seemed to gain a   new  missed."  "No it isn't all a lie;" he said   to  the Frenchman.     "I copied it  my-  migl  stock. The public refused lo purchase, and consequently theie was  nothing more to come, but thecrash.  The Dawson City company has also  lease of frenzy  "Ah���ze judge!" he said���"ze  judge! He vos stand in with zat  bad   vomans.    You  stand  in with  gone    into     bankruptcy.    Of   the ber too.     You are as bad, quite!"-  three the only one left is the new  Golden Twins. The majority of  the stock in that is held by the  shareholders of the two defunct companies.  'What makes you think we  stand in with any woman?" inquired Cowan, growing hot in his  turn  "Why do I  say  so���why?    For  The enquiry showed that  Catton   what then do you put my  name  in  received in all xir,395 of the  coni-Ue  paper    and   hers  not.    Et ees  GOOD  PROGRESS  " The " Engineer mine on Taku  'Ann is making great progress. The  tunnel driven in to tap the vein at a  lower level, cut it at a distance of  '230 feet, and found it better quality  than ever. This proves the ledge  at a depth of 125 feet from the surface. A 20-stamp mill has been ordered and will be put in place and  run this winter. Seattle capitalists  are buying up all the spare stock  which is to be found.  Other properties iu the same locality are showing up equally well,  notably Mrs.  Hitchcock's.  In view of the approaching Dominion election the Liberals are  'taking lime by the forelock, and, as  a result, a meeting has been called  at Pine this evening fororgauization  and other purposes.  ' ��� The Vancouver claim ou Willow  Creek, belonging to Messrs. Cross,  Rourk'e and-McLennan, turned out  'o\er$35ofor last week's sluicing  with four men employed. Two nug  Discovery.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RESTAUR A NT  IN  CONNECTION.  Headcjuarters for Buhner A Parrott's stajya.  IRKLAND HOTEL,  FIRST   STRKKT,   ATLIN.  J.  KTRKLANJ), - Maxagkr.  First-class dining room  And Elegant Sleeping Rooms.  K     BATHS  o   BARBER SHOP  LTNK & PRATT, Props.  Now oi'uupy their new (iiiarters next  to the Hank of H. N. A., first Street.  The hath rooms are eiiually a-, (jocicl as fouuif  in cities.   Private   Kutrance for ladies.  NOTARY PUBLIC.  OFFICE: Corner of Third and Pearl Street,  Atlin,  U. C., opposite  Government Hniicl-  lllifK.  All kinds of mining: papers made out   Several years' pructicil   experience.-1���  OFFICK OF H. IPs CUSTOMS.  TULES EGGERT & SON,  Swiss Watckji,akkrs,  And  manufacturing jewellers.  All kinds of uugrset work executed with  - <j uentiteHS and despatch,  gets    weighing   Over    three   Ounces    first   st.  next to Vancouver General Store  each were obtained  :g fcMcKee Creek is  now  producing  better  than at any previous time in  her  history,   so   says the veteran  McKee.  LIVINGSTON THOMPSON, C. E..  Provincial Land Surveyor,  NOTARY  PUBLIC.  OFFiCli:   THIRD   ST..       -       - ATLUJ.  Opposite New Goveruruc-ut RuiUlius*.  > t ATUN, .B.   C,   SATURDAY,'SEPTEMBER  15.  ��p  many well-know- facts from our  midst, the fall exodus-having fairly  set in. Amongst the departures  were Mrs. Hitchcock, Airs. Jeffries,  Mrs. Lowery and children,- Miss  Kate Caw ley,, Messrs. W. W.  Dickinson, Fenwick Hrol'r.eis,  Capt. Do' ell and about  30 ��� others.  It is reported   that   Messrs.   Clifford and   Stable.-;,    M.   P.   .P.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERI  One of the host article', lor fiood lioiilLh is  11 wlioloi-oiiic loaf of bread lit 12 cents, mwtl ii  tit-bt-uliiss mciil tor 51) ccnt-i iitylic Piouri'i-  Huhi'i'V.  Captain Bowdeu, of the Ruth,  had his iimnense scow completed al  Taku this week. She is 100 feet in  length by 32 feet beam. The Win.  Ogilvic towed her to White Horse  yesterday, from whence she goes  down the Yukon.  A genuine' salmon,' weight 22  pounds, was netted in the lake this  week. This is the 'only one we  have heard of being caught in these  waters.  The output of gold will'not altogether cease this winter, as many  miners arc making arrangements"  for drifting, principally on Gold  Run and Spruce Creek.  The steamer Scotia left on Thursday morning for the sou.h end of  the lake and Tory inlet with parties on board who are interested in  the copper, gold and 'nickel properties there.  The Grand Hotel is lising thoroughly re-chinked and overhauled  in preparation for the winter season.  The first session of the ninth  parliament of 13. C. came to a close  about 6 a. m. tn the 31st August.  The session lasted 25 days in all,  and a good deal of important business was transacted.  The committee of the Atlin Literary Society wish it understood that  whilst it is necessary to have a paying membership in order to meet  current expenses, the reading room  is freely open lo all who choose, to  avail themselves of its privileges'.  Visitors   from the outlying districts ijecled illustrated guide book  to the  as  well as Capt. John Irving, were in  Tagish .yesterday, and would reach  Atlin'by special steamer-to-day.  Captain Morrison has given the  final' touches to the Blair Athol a. d  makes his trial Liip   this  afternoon.  The case of Reynolds v. Brown  & Sinclair cane up before Judge  Woods this morning.  A Victoria desuarcli of the 7U1  inst., says that Hewitt Uoslbck, M.  P., has placed "his .affairs in the  hands of his creditors. He has invested large sums in al present nonproductive properties The estate  is good lor roo cents on the dollar  and he placed it in the creditors'  hands to relieve any anxiety they  may have felt.  A. C. Hirschfeld, who has just  returned from Dawson, resumes .the  phot ^graphic business, at his old  stand on Pearl avenue. Mr; Hirschfeld's negatives were saved fiom  the fire and be pro -ns-y. to be i��ady  for a start bv Tuesday -  iodfrey hardware ����,  SUCClvSSOSR   TO ;  THOS. DUNN ft CO.  DEALKRS   IN  Miners' Supplies?  ��s?  TlNSHOP   IN'   CONNECTION.  'Staves, Tinware,* ����s?  FIRST STREET, ATLIN  P.  Wholesale  &J  'i*,  ���and  Bgtt&hersm  CORNER     KfRST    AND      PkAKL    STREETS.  OLIVE   .  BUILDER  AND  CONTRACTOR  ESTIMATES   GIVEN   ON   ALL"  Kl\n:-' OF WORlC.  PI,ANS A N D SPECU'"ICATJO NS  A   SPECIALTY.  BRICKS FOR SALE.  OFFICE:    TBsii'dr Street, Attfn.  'NKXT TO CHURCH  ON"    KNOLAND   .  A  GOOD PROJECT.  ' Messrs. W. 3. Planu arid ' S. "P.  Trood, after ca'nva-^ing Atlin left  for the Yukon on Tiie^d-iy last.  These gentlemen are engaged in  solicit;!.g advertisements aud the  necessary   information    for  a   pro-  m:P*&r*JK^.+J*J*9#&&&W.*JS^  C.  DOEEKER,  PROP.  .    .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .    ,  We have fitted up an ice storage t.>r fish and handle.all ,  . ��� the prod nee of the lake. '  Our wagon leaves every d.iy  for Pine and the other creeks  with fresh fish.    Look out foi-'il."    ;    " i  SPECIAL   PRICKS TO  COMPANIES. ','���''      : ' "     * I  will please make & note of this:  Parker aud Haimau are doing-  assessment work on Doc Irving s  claim, 5 miles from Atlin on the  McKee trail. They have uncovered several stringers which show  very rich in free gold and the outlook is most encouraging.  At the Grand Hole!���Geo. H.  1-Tolden, Minneapolis; John S.  Clute. Percy R. Peele and wife,  New Westminster; Miss F. Peabo-  dy, Mrs. P. Scliarschmidt, Bennett;  W. A. Murray, London; J. W.  Dudley, Skagway.  Muirhead Bros, have bought out  theKdiua group of claims on Spruce,  from McNay and partner, lor the  consideration of nearly ��rooo.  In our description of the Lamare  hydraulic mine on Boulder Creek  in our last week's issue, a couple of  mistakes occur. We credited the  main flume with being tooo ' feet"  in   length.    It   .should   have read,  Yukon, taking r; all places from  Atlin north. The intention is to  gi\e full descriptions of the mines,  scenery, climate, hunting and fishing, botany, geological "formation,  etc., of these woudciful regions.  The advertising will pay the expense of printing and binding a  large edition. The White ,Pass &  Yukon RdiUvay have taken a lively interest in the proposed publication and will secure the circulation  of a large number of these volumes  where  '.hey  will do the most good.  PERSONALS.   .  Wm.  j. Dick, late special constable at   Pine, left yesterday for Port  land,   Ore.,   where he will pass the  winter.  Mr. A. R. Green, agent of the  Imperial Bank in winding up the  Atlin affairs of the late Parsons  Produce Com iany, left for headquarters in Vancouver on Tuesday.  The monitors ���������ii". Green made himself very popu-  wae said to" be working three-hour \1:ir hcre and left ho<-ls ol friends..  shifts, which is absuid. Any miner; Tuesday's departures numbered  would understand that three H-hour!about 35 and,included Mrs. Davis,  shifts was meant by us. Mistakes j Mrs. Chambers, Messrs Planta,  will happen, even in an Atlin news-j Trood, Green, Price, Cook, Grif-  juiper. ��� ! fiths, aud Dr. Overgaarde.  Amongst the arrivals on Friday! Mrs. Chambers, of Tagish. whilst  wcit noticed M. Lamare a<>d son, ;oi. a visit lo friends here, had the  Messrs. Hirschfeld aud Fnulls from | misfortune to sprain her ankle bad-  Dawson.    ;- jly by stepping   on   a   round   stone.  of.what was intei-ded,for a pleasure  trip.  Mr. George H. Holden, of Minneapolis, is registered at the Grand.  Mr. Holden represents large eastern  capital and is looking over various  mining properties with a view to  investment.  Mr." J. Mackay .arrived in on  Tuesday from Bennett, where he  has been engaged a couple of  mouths- in the official department.  He has resumed his desk at the  Government office.here.  Mr. Fetherstonhaugh a 'd wife  leave- on Tuesday for the coa~t.  Mr. F. will make a "business trip to  London before returning.  Mrs. J. H. Brownlee ard her  three daughters leave for the coast  next week. They will be very badly missed iu Atlin during the long  winter months, as they having always been in the front rank of our  social life. Mr. Brownlee, Sr., and  "Archie" will winter here.  The weat'her for the last few days  is equal ;o anything, and superior  10 most that can ha found 011 this  little earth of ours. Italianesque,  as it were.   . ., ' "    *  Friday's    steamer    took     away  She was attended to by Dr. Lewis,  and it will be a month before she  can use the injured foot again. She  left for her home on Tuesday's boat  and much sympathy is expressed  for the lady at the   painful. ending  COME WEST AND GRuW UP  WITH LACROSSE PLAYERS.  The New We.itmir.ster lacrosse  team, to the amazement of thousands of British Columbians, look  the famous Capital team of Ottawa into camp Sept. 1st, by a score  of 4 goals to 1. The Ottawa sports  bet even money that the Capital's  score would double that of the B.  C. boys, and they got badly left.  The contest was desperate and the  western boys got a rough handling.  But, notwithstanding this, on the  3rd they met the Torontos and  played them a drawn game, the  score reading 4 goals each.  The record of the team si: cc they  reached the east has been remarkable. In six matches they have  scored 37 goals, against their opponents T2. truly a remarkable record.    Here it is:  Quebec 0, Westminsters 9; Montreal   2,   Westminster 5; National 3,  Westminster 9; Shamrocks 2, Westminster 6; Capitals 1, Westminster  4; Torontos 4,' Westminster 4-  Total,' eastern teams T2; Westminster 37.   ���    -  The  Toronto draw cms lit le ic ���  as the western team was badly cr.p-  pled.  In   form .the   Royal, City, twelve  cOl.IcI 'play  rings aro.-ir.d the  1'oroi-  tos.  r&Zi  ^j  #n?  " .'P. P.Xin's Old Stand,  Fiv&t Street, Atlin.  G HOCKUIES A N D PRO VTSIONS  GOOD   GOODS:  ���PROMPT SERVICE.  PRICES  RIGHT.  Give us a call.  alaskT pacific ~  ' ., express co.  THE  ATUN   AGENCY   IS    "  NOW   PREPARED  TO   FORWARD  GOLD DUST,  BULLION,  MONIiY,  ETC..  AND  AIX  EXPRESS   MATTER.  C. O. D. and other Collections made.  The  best aud quickest means of  irausmittingaud receiving 1 ackages.  Agencies  at Victoria and Sound  cities, and all points iu the  North.  For rates and information apply  to  KEWTQN 8P6QER,  Agent.  Pear! street dock,  Atlin.  F@UBm��-A33RIFT  A row boat. Owner can have  the same by proving property and  paying, salvage within' five days.  AV. J. Anderson, Lake street, Atiin.  I  5  1

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