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 '.iw tfwjin:  ^il.1->(^ H^,w-  /'  6*  CLAIM.  VOL.' 5"  ATLIN, B. C, SATURDAY." SEPTEMBER,  7,   igoi.  NO.  112.  DISCOUNT    SALE.  &QfF~        Wc :ue going to reduce our large stock c(  SHOES���Ladies'& Men's in-all Grades!  a. Men's Clothing, U��derware and Hats,  Our Stock'of DRY   GOODS   is also too large for tho   needs of Atlin..  We need the Cash; yon need the goods,"and if not we want to  make an inducement for you to buy against the time when' you  vvill need them. *-  FOR THE  NEXT 30   DAYS  Wi"  Wn.i. Civic 25  gtcr   cent   discount   on Ai.i. Goods  -  '       I'lfRCHASKi) From Tin-: Aiiovk Links.  Our   prices   are   already reasonable,  take 25 per cent off and the  result ought to satisfy .the most careful buyer.  BLACKETT & CO.  IRON    STORE, " First  and  Trainor -Streets, Atlin, ,B. C.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce.  '   CAPITAL    PAID    UP.    SS,000,000:  Branches of the Bank at Seattle,  San Francisco,  . "^ Portland,  -'* "' Skagway, etc.  Exchange sold on all Points.  Gold Dust Purchaski.���Assay Oi'fick in Connkction:  ���- J. S.  MUNRO, Manager."  E- 'L-  rn&ri  leral merchandise,  ATLIN    and    DISCOVERY  ���    The Vancouver General Store.   ��� �� ���  r  Dealers .in Provisions, ��� Dry ��� Goods,   Etc.,  .     ''   ���     A.   S.   GROSS  &   Go.  ���   Sl'KCIAI.TIKS   IN"  FANCY   CAKES   &. PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye Bread, etc.  ��� Chas.  Mykk, Proprietor.  Good [looms tn Itent���Hy tli<* Pii.v, Wi*el< or .Montli at l-eusoiiulilc rates.  he 180  HYDRAULICS.  Report of  the' Various .Companies Now Operating.  Satisfactoryi Condition ''of ��� Aifairs  Throughout the District and  Encouraging Prospects for  All Operatives.  '04  SHAG WAY,   AiasL-a.  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  vrv$��w<d  ���     ALSO   IIKAI.KHH  IS  Hay   and   Oats  <0tttf*64  We Make a Specialty of Perishable Goods and respectfully solicit  Your Mail Orders���Satisfaction Guaranteed.  The = Bank = of = British = North = America  ���    listulilislM.'cl iii Ifj-Mi... lni"()i'|>oriiteil li.vKoyal Gliurtor.  Paid Ur Capital    -    -    -    -'.-    -   $4,866,666  Rkskkvk Fund   ------   .   $1,703,333   .  Head Office in Canada: Montreal. H. Stikkiuan,  General  Manager.  Branches In all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in'New.York,  San Francisco. Seattle. Tacoma, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago, lite.  ���/. 'ASSAY. OFFi'GE  Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.  Ounrtz Assaying at Reasonable Rates.  Panyon creek or Canon creek : ���  This is a tributary, of the 'O'Dounell river, aud flows into that river  from the north. A private' company or partnership,' consisting of  Messrs. Baxter, of Atlin, Garrison,  McCaughey and Winters, of Skagway, own several creek and bench  hydraulic leases, commencing at  the junction with O'Dounell and  rum.ing up stream. The property  was located last Fall, and, in contemplation of this season's work  some 400 feet of steel pipe was  hauled to the end of the Spruce  creek waggon road last Cctober, to  be taken over the winter trail when  the weather permitted. Early this  spring the owners hauled in their  pipe and supplies and commenced  work. Being so far removed from  Atlin, they were compelled to whip-  saw all lumber required lor use in  this season's development. After  the frost left the ground the ditch  line, flume and sluices were com-  pleted and laid. Prospect work  consisted chiefly in thoroughly testing the ground with the view of  figuring on the value of the property and the extent to which the  owners might go in securing heavy  plant.  About   six   weeks ago the work  laid out   for   the   season was completed, and   before   leaving   Atliu,  Mr. Garrison favored us with a call,  advising us of the complete success  of Uiis   season's l operations, at the  same time backing up his asseitions  by showing us a sample of his gold.  Bedrock was  struck and the prospects found away' beyond expectations', so   much   so, that their  pay  gravel is estimated to. run Irom $5  to $10 to the cubic yard, while the  over-burden will pay for its own removal.    The  gold throughout is of  a  coarse   nature   and   closely   resembles that of Spruce creek.    The  company have a line water supply,  ample grade and exceptional dump-  age facilities.    It is the intention to  send   in a  small   saw-mill,   to   be  hauled   to   the   ground during the  winter, together with a few hundred  feet of  additional   pipe.    There   is  'a gopd growth  of heavy timber on  the ground, and it is considered the  most economical  method to supply  the lumber requirements of the property, by sawing their own  timber.  It relishes lots".of' grit to  take  up  aiid develop a distant property such  as this, and the owners well deserve  all.   they can   get;   we   wish these  gentlemen the best of success.  Wright creek :������Some weeks ago  the Pendugwig Syndicate decider,  to shut down their- hydraulic work  owing to the^, scarcity of water and  to devote the balance of the seaso;:  aud the comi -g' winter to pros pec:  work by means of a series of shafts.  To this end a Morris centrifugal  sand and gravel pump has just been  sent in,' together with two 15-h.p.  vertical-boilers and-an Atlas engine.  These will be forwarded to Wright  creek at the eailiest moment and  bet up. Satisfactory ' results are  anticipated from this method of pinspection, aud we shall be glad to  learn that theexpectationshave been  realized.'  The Hermit Kingdom.  On Friday, the 13th inst, a lecture will be given by Mrs. Hitchcock in Burton's Hall, for the benefit of the Atliu Exhibit for the Victoria ��� Exhibition. The subject is  an intensely inleiesting one, and  deals with the curious aud quaint'  customs of the people of Korea, of  the mining possibilites, et:. of the  country.  Mrs. Plitchcock is a gifted lecturer  and such' an excellent literary  treat should not be missed. The  object of the lecture is one wh'ch is  of vital interest to the camp, that of  helping to advertise its capabilities  and resources abioad. A full house  should greet the lecturer.  A Good Record.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce  is the largest receiver of gold from  the Klondike, and for the season  beginning July, rst that institution  had realized from the source mentioned $4,000,000 in round numbers.  The bank now has drafts for gold  on the way to New York from  Seattle, amounting to $500,000 additional. Until last week the arrivals of .gold from the Kiondike  had b.e:i below the shipments of a  year ago, but the ir.qveii-.en_t is now  becoming extensive. This month  aud next are the largest gold receiving mouths from the Klondike. It  is estimated that the gold j>o far  received this year is only about one-  fifth of the amount that will be  forwarded.--Toronto Mail and  Eftir-iRK.  Fourth of July Trail.  A road gang, consisting of six  men, under the supervision of Mr.  R. W. Gibbs, started out this week  to improve and widen the trail to  the quartz mines on Fourth of July-  creek. The trail will be carried up  the valley to and beyond the new  placer discovery on Volcanic creek.  This trail, will be.of very great service to mineis owning property iu  that section.  Placer   Act,   icoi,   consolidated,  for sale at this office.    .     -  y  , 1 ^.s&''-^"e-*-^^^  .  Bi"-  /I  1%',  i  l.'Jstt  Pi'  I  St  Ia  F  ft  ATLIN, B.C.7 SATURDAY,,SEPTEMBER. 7,   1901  I'liliHsht".]    civrry    Slit ni'ilii.v   inoriiintr   liv  Tun A tun Claim  I-uiimshinc Co.  ��� "'. A. 0. Ilinsciipr.i.i), Kditok.  O/I'odi) I,i:r,.-i, Siili-liiliKn".  ���   Olik"-" oT nnblirutioii I'uiirl S'., Atlin, H. C.  Advui'tisini; Uutch : Si.HI) per iiiuli. nuuli  insertion. Keailin-r notici:*;, 2B cents a lint*.  StKiiiiul Coiitrmit KiiIuk on application.  Tho subscription price is ��n n yocr pay-  nbln in advance. No piper will limlclivorpil  .unless this condition is complied with.  Saturday, Shpt. 7th,   1901  Tin*: Editor regrets to announce  that he has to leave Atlin very  soon, possibly for the winter, on important business connected with the  development of the camp, and is desirous of thanking his- liberal supporters for pas! favors. He hopes  that his patrons will keep the pay  streak of the Claim clear during  his absence.  Atlin Mining Co.'s   Holdings  on McKee Creek.  A Record Made in the Installation  of Hydraulic Plants ��� Enviable Prospects.  Favourable reports keep pouring  in from McKee creek; the finding  of large nuggets and the large  clean-ups by the individual'miners  are of almost daily occurrence. It  is just a year today  since   Mr. Fe-  IO  Machinery.  Mining-, Pumping- & Sluicing Machinery,  Centrifugal Sand, Gravel &  Dredging Pumps.  HYDRAUUC   DERRICKS ��� From 3 to 10 tons lifting capacilv.  HANI)    POWER    DERRICKS   of  1   to  2   tons lifting capacity.'  HYDRAULIC    GRAYED   ELEVATORS,  HYDRAULIC   GIANTS,    WATER   GATES,  ANGLE   STEEL    RIFFLES ���  &  HYDRAULIC    RIVETED    PIPE.  Iherstonhaugh1 look  an   option  on  Now that  the cud of the mining  'season���as   presented   by  law���is  drawing    near,    the    material   results of wliich, we  have  no doubt,  will have come   up   to expectation,  we may reasonably be pardoned for  expressing an   opinion on   the process of affairs generally.    This completes   the  .third   actual   working  season in the camp, a;id practically  demonstrates that the day of the individual   miner,   with   but  lew exceptions, is about clone.   Taking all  iu all, those who   have stayed with  the camp have done well, and have  , gotten   nearly all that there is to be  got by the ordinary placer methods.  The future has   excellent   prospects  iu   store for some,   but'we, fear the  realization of these will require considerable expenditure of money for  mechanical-' devices.    In   fact, prc-  spectiou has   fully shown that what  remains   is,' for   tlie most part, profitable   only   under  company  management   and   methods, be that by-  hydraulics," by   dredging   or otherwise,     but     it     has    nevertheless  been  proved   beyond   peradveiiture  that the   placer  district  of Atliii is  but a juvenile in the mining arena,  aud that   each   year  of its age will  help   .to   establish    its   position as  second   to   none   as a producer  of  placer gold.   With the Missouriar.s,  "Show me.''    We can show 1  ,   We have   had   our  troubles and  our difficulties,���what mining camp  has not?���yet we have prospered as  a community, still it is to be hoped  these   troubles   are  over.    If  our  motto co.ild   be established, " Help  oiie-anothcr,"what a golden harvest  would   be   in  store for those of us  who have   pinned   our faith to the  district.    It is sincerely to be hoped  that tlie    friction    which    has   so  much   marred   this   season's   pio-  gressiou       among      the      operating companies   will   l>2   smoothed  over and   adjusted   ere the  season  closes,      in     order    that   we  may  fcel   the golden   future   before   us  is   unclouded,    ar.u     that     peace,  plenty and'   prosperity   may be our  portion.  To   well-wishers  ot   tlie camp -  The mineral -exhibit is yet far from  representative, and it is urgently  requested that samples be sent in at  once.  Placer  Act,   1901,   consolidated,  for sale at this office.  the principal   part   of McKee creek  for the ��� Nimrod   Syndicate,   he left  :Atlin   for   London,   Eng. on Sept.  15II1, returning on   Nov. 21st, with  instructions to proceed with the installation   of a   plant for hydraulic  mining.    The heavy pipe and plant  was hauled   over "the ice from 'Caribou   Crossing   lo   McKee creek, a  distance   of' over   75 miles, under  great   difficulties,- owing to the bad  condition of   the trails   during last  winter.       The    necessary   lumber,  consisting of about 75,000'feet, was  cut in Atliii ��� and   hauled   over the  ice.    Actual construction work was  begun   about   May   tsI last:     2200  feet of flume  conveys the water to  the   pressure   box, thence it is carried over 2000 feet in pipe to where  'a face was   started,    giving a pressure of   300   feet..   .Three hundred  feet of bedrock  flume was laid on a  4. per cent grade.    This   flume  is 4  feet- wide  by 3.ft. 6 in. .high,  laid  with   block   riffles.        "V^ater   was  turned on 0:1 June   20th.   but  considerable dead work had to be done  before actual   mining could be commenced.     On   July   21st work was  begun   in    earnest,    with   Mr.   M.  Brophy, a man    who   lias   had   27  years' experience   as   foreman   aiid  manager   of   hydraulic   mines,   in  charge of the work as foreman, and  certainly   the- amount of work and  tlie character   of   such   work done  since that date shows   that  he   understands his business.    Since that  dale over 3000 square yards ol bedrock    has   beei.   cleaned   and over  10,000 cubic   yards of heavy gravel  and   boulders    put   through      the  sluices.     Mr.   Fetherstonhaugh informs us that no clean-up will   take  place until the close of tlie season,  so that any person at all acquainted  with the value   of   the   gravel   on  McKee creek can have an idea what  that   clea..-up   will   be.    We    are  authoritatively informed that about  $2000   has  already been "picked up  from bedrock as the work went on.  This   is   certainly   a   record in hy-  craulic   mining,   to   instal a plant  and get   even    the   $2000   already  picked., up   the  first  season.    We  are confident that such a record has  never been uiadeinthis Proviiice.iind  question if it  has teen beaten even  iii Calilornki.   It speaks volumes for  the Atlin  district, and  shows what  can   be ��� doiie. ��� here  by a company  under proper management and with  plenty money to carry .011 the work.  According   to   an  expression of  opinion    from   an   English   paper,  which   we   recently  published, we  are more   confident -than ever that  the Atlin  Mining  Co.'s  operations  this year will  do much to reinstate  British   Columbia's position in the  English mining market.  . '.The. Joshua1 Hendy Machine Works.  Nos. 38 to 44 Frkmont Stkkkt,  *   '   '' ,   ',. SAN    FRANCISCO,   CAT,..  Write for prices, circulars and catalogues, or call on  A. C. Hirschfeld, Agent, Atlin, B. C.  I THE    KOOTBNAY    PIOTEL. j  O George E. Hayes, Proprietor.  O Cor. First and Trainok Strijkts.  u  <��  <i  <*  o  ���  o  a  <&  Tlii*, t'irst Glass Hotel   hus   liceii" rtjmodelcil mid vcfurnixheil throughout  awl otrnrs the bust accommodation  to  Transient or Permanent  Guests.���American and ICuropean Plan.  Finest   Wines,   Liquors   and -Cigars.  Billiards   and   Pool.'  SS"  >TES_  FINEST EQUIPPED PIOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CONDUCTED. IN   FIRST-CLASS  MANNER.   ���  French Restaurant in   Com estion  Rick & Hastik, Proi-riktoks,,   David Hastik, Manager.  Corner of First and. Discovery Streets.  y<  Importer  of General   Merchandise  Mittens' ' Supplies  OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C  Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  E.  ROSSELLI,   Manager.  Corner Pearl and First Streets, Atlin, B. C.  This   New   and   Commodious   Hotel was opened to the Public,  April  16th. i'c.01.���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 "-��  Victoria  and   Vancouver.  Sole Agents for:  BROWN'S    4   CROWN'   SCOTCH    WHISKY  CORBY'S    CELEBRATED   CANADIAN    RYE  A. 13. C. BOHEMIAN    St.    LOUIS    BEER  "T  /'I  11  A  1  I'*  M  11 ,-j  ; $\  il  Iff  MOET    &    CHANDON  CHAMPAGNE,  - J"!  ,��� .i'ffl  DRY    IMPERIAL.  n  'tit  m  sasisaaa  "i^f*"::"Kre^{'a'^^  M" LIIS*   t v-i<- -  u  ATLIN,   B. C,'SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER, 7, 1901.  DKAI.ERS  IN  First Street, AtlJn, B. O.  Handle only the best- Goods in the Market.  Groceries, Fruits, Flour, Feed  . and Provisions.  BEST   SERVICE   GUARANTEED.  Try   our Teas and Coffees.  One   of   Atlin's   New   Companies  Buys   a   Valuable     Property     on  Spruce Croek.  "One of tlie first actual transfers  this summer . of any magnitude in  company, interests was .consummated this week, in which the Consolidated Spruce Creek Placers,  Ltd., became the owners of Captain  Martin's interests ou Spruce creek.  The properly consists yof an hy-  dran lis -bench-lease and .claims on  that creek, in the neighborhood of  140 below, together with the most  valuable water concession ou the  creek, which consists, oL the first  water right���-2000 inch.es���granted  on Spruce. " The' consideration is  staled to be $35,000. ���  Martin was one of the first loca,-  tors on this part of Spruce and he  has worked his property steadily  ever since and is known to have  made good money out- of: it. The  ground is well opened up, and, according to the Captain, we are justified in saying that the company'is  to be congratulated. The water  right, in view of the-company's intentions, is a most_ valuable accession to their assets.  It is with pleasure'we' learn- that  though Captain Martin'- has'sold  out all liis present holdings he has  so much faith in' the Atlin district  that he will return next season, as  a buyer.  The Spruce Creek Consolidated  Placers, Ltd., was organized this  summer in Seattle, with a capital of  $2,500,000. W.. M. Brook of Atlin  is general manager. It is the company's intention to' extensively  operate on Spruce creek, and we  congratulate the company ou its  first venture, and trust it may  realize the success which is due to  its enterprise. We.will -watch the  company's development'with 'much  interest.  If only our   good   milkman    knew  each quart he sells  Were uoiso..ed with his townsmen's  curse , ,   ���  I:: dreams that go from bad to worse,  Would he save feed and swell his  , ��� "  plh\Se'-~*~~y~'' Willi bells?  Bells !  Hear those bells ! Cow-bells'! Horse-  bells'!  What   slumber   earned    by honest  toil their song dispels !    '  No pillowed peace for 111c !  Instead,  I rise, clad like tlie sheeted dead  To shoo Ihe gliosis that  haunt  mv  bed With bells \  Bells!.,  " *    ���:       '  -   f. ,  O those bells ! All kinds of bells.!  Driving- a    whole   coiDniunily    to  . maniac cells !  Is there no law their tongues to tie?  Are cows wcrth morelhiui you and I?  Must horses live while bumans die  Of bells !  The Mineral Exhibit.  The Mineral Exhibit for the Victoria Exhibition will, b'e.pn view,at  the Claim Office until the ' 10th  prox. All parties wishing to add  to the collection are requested lo  forward.��� samples to this oflice aud  it 'has been arranged, that all  samples will be forwarded from Discover}' and Surprise free of charge.  Since the last report, the following sums and .nuggets have been  received towards the nugget chain  to be presented to the Duchess of  York at the forthcoming Exhibition:  ..NOTICE.'  "SUNJ'lsii " ..Mineral Claim, situated  about  2'_. miles from Indian Crook  in  11  northwesterly direction.  To    1).   DAIiDEN   on   OTHEII. his Agknt oil  A (IB NTS :  T the undersigned,Robert W. Glbbs, part  ' owner of tho above mineral claim, hereby irivi) notioe to the above-named D.'Dnrden  or other his A"?ent..or Agents that I, bavin-:  I'liruhased the interest of Alexander .McDonald in the above claim, do hereby rp-  diic'st, the said D, Harden to contribute hi-  share of the assessment work done ou the  said cluim, viz.: two years' assessino-it work  from the 2litli day of July, 18119, nmoiuitiii"; to  the sum of'$102..li0, Unless the said amount  bo paid to me on or before the 16th day of  November next I shall proceed, under and by  virtue of the powers conferred by Section i  of tho Mineral Amendment Act, 1UIJI), ropeiil-  iiitf Section 11 of Cup. IS of the Statutes ol  ISi'H. UoiiKlix W. GIBBS. .  Atlin, IS. C, August 17th, mill; Hm  NOTICE.  The Bells of Atlin.  (WRITTEN IN THE VIOLENT'WARD  OK THE DISTRICT INSANE  ASYLUM.) "v -  -'  Bells !  Hear those bells ! Horse-bells ! cowbells ! ;       ;   -  0 what   a   world   of   misery their  noise foretells !      - ���   '  By day I cannot read or think ;  By night I cannot sleep a wink  For that eternal tinkaliuk  Of bells !  . Bells.!  Hear   those   bells !    Horse - bells !  Horse-bells '  As every driver  to  the  marsh   his  steed impel:;.  1 cannot chase the beasts with stones  Lest I should break their aged bones  ���Rather I'd chase   the   man   who  owns Those bells !  -'   Bells!..   ...  Hear those-bells !  Cow-bells ! Cowbells !  D. Burton     -  Nugget.  J. B. Norton-  Si.oo  W. Vickers  -  Xfugget.  A. G. Lear   -  > >  H. Young    -  > i  W. Bowden Smith   ,,  W. F. G.  gl.OO  J. G. C. a    -  ' LOO '  h. lJ. M.  LOO  -   Brjwn  2.00  ��� J. H. Fleming  LOO  A. M.   -  LOO  ' G.'L. A. R. -  LOO  P. R. \V.  LOO  ��� Taku Jack    -  I.OO  John Jack  59.  Geo. W. Joyce  J.OO  A. C.  HlRSCHKELD,  Secy. -Treas.  "Anna   Maiiei."  and  " Vigtohia " Mineral  Claims, situate about 3.<_ miles  north of  1     Atllu.  To J. S. IPEEGUSON on otheu  his Agent  on Agents :  T     the  undersigned, Patrick Donovan, part  ' owner of the above mineral claims,  hereby give notice to the above named J. S.  I-'erKUSon or other his Agent or Agents, that  I do hereby request the, said J. S. Ferguson  to contribute bis share of. assessment work  done on the suid claims, viz,: one year's assessment work from 11th August and 8th  September, l!)j)0, respectively, amounting to  the sum of $2(K). Unless the."said amount be  paid to me on or before the 2'.!rd day of .November next I shall proceed, under and by  virtue of the powers conferred by Section 4  of the mineral Amendment Act, 1900, repeal-  in;!.' Section 11 of Cap. -to of the Statutes of  1899. ' '. Pathick Donovan.  Atlin,'B. C, August 21th, 19i)l.       ~ Au24-3m  Bulmer & Parrott,  i *  ,' Livery Stables.  Saddle Horses,    Buggies,    l^oad  Carts, Pack Horses for Hire.  ROYAL  MAIL  Stages   Leave    Atlin    for   Discovery  Daily from the Royal Hotel.  APPLICATION "FOR   LANdI  N(  OTTCB is hereby given that'Sixty (lays'  after date f intend to imply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following described  tract of land: Commencing at a post situated  on the shore of Toltu Arm about one half  mile north of the mouth of Atlinto River,  thence east 10 chains: thence south 1(1 chains:  thence west -1!) chains, more or less, to the  shore of Taku Arm: thence, following the  shore ot Tuku Arm, to the point of commencement. ARTHUK C. DICK.  June 11th, 1901. ���          , jy6-2m  Notice.  ���RJOTICE is hereby given that the Atlin-'  Ruby Hydraulic Mining Company, of  New Jersey, will iu no way be responsible for  any debts or liabilities incurred by Paul W.  Law, iii their name or otherwise, und that  the said Paul W. Luw lias no authority to  act for the Company in any way whatever.  J. H. Fleming,  Director.  Atliu, B. C, Aug. 19, 19UI, Au24-lm  TITLES EGGERT & SON,  Swiss  Watchmakkrs,  And   manufacturing jewellers.  AH kinds of nugget work executed with  neatness and dispatch.  First'st.   next   to Vancouver General Store  THE    PIONEER    SHOEMAKER.  Joe Palmer,  Repairing anil  Soling Rubber   Boots  A Speciality.  K  IRKLAND HOTEL,  TIKST  STR1CKT,   ATLIN.  J.  KIRKLAND, - Managkk.  First-class dining room    *  And Elegant Sleeping Rooms.  BROWNLEE & IJWRY  .1. H. Brownlee, P. L. S., D. L. S.  R. C. Lowry, A. M. I. C. f..  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers,  and Surveyors.  Pearl Street, Atlin, B. C.  Pacific Coast S-S.Co,  Pioneer Alaska Line.  Thermal ��� Vapour  ...'>   V. BATHS !\  Troy Laundry & Bath House  .Lake St., bet. Rant and Watson Ave.  Coffin. Prop.  ATLIN FISH MARKET  A. Brunich, Proprietor.  Opposite the Royal Hotel, First St.  Fresh Fish always on hand.  Hydraulic   and   Other   Companies  Supplied at Wholesale Rates.  W. G. PAXTON,  NOTAItV.   PUKLIU.  OFFICE:���Peurl Street, opp. Po.st Cffire.  All Kinds   of Minitmg Papers  Made   Out.  ���Several years'   practical experience.   THE   IRVING   HOTEL,  Pine City, B. C.  Has the Best Equipped Bar.  The McDonald   liiitei'tiiinnient   Hall iu Connection.  A. R. McDonald, Prop.  Iice. Gillespie. Prop.  Safe, Fast, Punctual, Comfortable,  and Luxurious.  Courteous   Treatment,  S/aleasdisI  Meals.  ['OH  Seattle & Puget Sound Ports  THE   ELEGANT   STEAMSHIPS  Leave Skagway  ALKI, for Sound Ports Aug. 24th.  CITY OF TOPEKA ��� 24th.  QUEEN, for Sitka ���     27th.  ���,, for Sound Ports ,, 30th.  COTTAGE CITY,  for Sound Ports     .        ,,     30th.  Sailing dates every fifth day  thereafter. Above Schedule subject to change without notice.  J..H. KELLV, Agent,  Skii^'ivay, Alashn,  Finest  Wines,   Liquors  and   Cig-ars.  Furnished Rooms by the Day,  Week or Month.  E.   S.  WILKINSON,   P.L.S.  SURVEYOR.  Third Street, opp. Government IJuildiii<?  \V. Wallace Giiimk, A^ent.  W.  WALLACE GRIME  &  Co.,  MINING BROKERS & COMMISSION AGENTS.  Third Street, Atlin B. C.  HOTEL VANCOUVER.  BliST   LIQUORS   &   CTGAKS  Good  Accommodation. ��� Rkstauhast  in  Connection.  S. JOHNSTON, Proprietor.  Good Stabling for Hoi-gds and Dojis.  Muirhead  Bros.,  -Landscape   Photographers-  Have a Free Exhibition at  The Junction.  DocKMLt, & UounNE, Agents.  >-l  II  ~~^C*  -V-.-, I.. ff3LMi'^^^^^^I^^^^^S^^^S!SS^  ���Qv.x&xi.-i-JKr&x^uatx.  .. . -G,. . . . .  ATLIN, 'B.C*. SATURDAY,- SEPTEMBER'. 7,   r9oi  ;-i!  'i  Ii -i-    ' 1  \V 1f'  m  iii  if-  ii-  ii  Bsr  ���  Tlie  Pioneer   Store. '  l'INIi   CITY.   H. C.T  CARRIES  A   PULL   LINK  OF  Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishings and Miners' Supplies.  C.   D.   NEWTON &  CO.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Church of linjrland:  St. Mart in's Church, cor. Third and Train-  nr <tri>pts.. Sunday services. Matins at 11 n.  in., Kvnimoiij*: 7:!i() p.m. Celebration ol' Holy  Communion. 1st Siiuda> in each month and  on Special occasions. .Sunday School, Sunday at !t p. in. Committer Mrptingrs, 1st  Thursday iu each mouth.  Ilov. F. L. Stephenson, Hector.  St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church hold  services iu the Cliurcli ou Second Street.  Morning: service at II evening*: service 7:30  .Sunday School at the close of the moriiinsr  service.     Kpv. J. Prinjrh*. .Minister.    '  ��� One of the Vancouver papers  takes credit to itself for being the  first B. C paper to publish the report of the Islander wreck. Its  report was dated 19th Aug., the  Atlin Claim issued a "Special"  ou the 16th ulto. Credit where  credit is due.  To Whom it May Concern :  Know all men by these presents,  that We, Thk Atum Claim Publishing Co., have now on hand a  full aud complete stock of Commercial Stationery and that we are  prepared to execute all orders with  neatness and despatch.  We regret to learn that Mr. John  Pringle, who is one of Atlin's most  respected and revered citizens, is so  soon to leave us. He con templates  leaving about the .'.7th . inst for  Bonanza, Y. T. lie will be succeeded by the Rev. Mr. Russell'of  Bennett.  Blue Ribbon Coffee is absolutely  pure.���It is sold in all the stores in  Atlin.  A concert, in aid of the Presbyterian cliurcli, is to be held on  Thursday evening ��� next, in the  Church building. Discovery. New  talent and latest songs. Atliii  friends will be cordially welcomed.  To those with a "sweet tooth -."  We have just received a stock of  the finest fresh candies, chocolates,  etc.    E. Ii. Pillman & Co.  V. T. Troughtou has purchased  the Alliii-Ruby Co.'s saw mill.  Owing 10 Mr. Hirsclifeld's contemplated departure for the winter,  on Sept.''2oth next, he will make a  clearance sale of his immense stock  of photos. As there is no better  selection in the country all parties  desiring excellent views of the district should uot fail to call and  make their selection. No reasonable offer refused.        (  Mr. Stables, M.P. P., is due to arrive by vi 11 early boat.  NOTICE : ��� Owing to the heavy  iu crockery we   are   unable  Mr. De Lamare left this week for  Coast points. He expects to return in time for the cleau-un on his  company's property on Boulder.  Furnished rooms 10 rent- -apply  Hotel Northern.  Fresh fruits and vegetables arrive j ���  on every steamer  for li. L. Pillman  & Co.,        .  Father Le Chesne returned'to  Vancouver'by Thursday's lxxit.  Avoid all aches and pains by taking a Thermal bath at the Troy  Laundry.-  Snpt. Crean, of the Dom. Telegraph Service, accompanied by V.  Dowling, the operator at Bennett,  arrived in town this morning. The  early completion of the telegraph  line is 'attributable for tliese gentlemen's visit.'  5x7. Premo camera for sale, at  Hirsclifeld's.  "G. B." chocolates at Dockrill  & Bourne's.  Copies of the new Placer Act of  1901, consolidated with the Acts of  1898 and 1899, f��r sale at the  Claim Office.  Mr. and Mrs. Berens, of Kent,  Eng., who are guests,of Mrs. Stub-  blefield at Discovery, have kindly  consented to give their services at  next.-Thursday's concert at Discovery. Those who attend may expect a treat.  There is more solid comfort in a  cup of Blue Ribbon Tea" than'in a  gallon of most beverages.  Placer Act, 1901, ��� consolidated,  foi sale at this office.  J. H. Fleming and Mr. Haley of  the Atlin-Ruby Co. left for Philadelphia on the last boat.  Cummings & RJcHareLson*  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.  Tyrwcr Beeton & Co.  WHOLESALE     DRY     GOODS,     LIQUORS     AND     CIGARS'.  ^ Importers  of all classes. of Foreign Goods V-  Victoria   and   Vancouver.  Sole Agents for:  ���   BROWN'S    4    CROWN'  SCOTCH    WHISKY ..  CORBY'S    CELEBRATED   CANADIAN    RYE. "  A. B. C. BOHEMIAN    St.    1.01JIS ��� BEER  MOET    &    CHANDON    CHAMPAGNE,     DRY.   IMPERIAL.  P.   BUKNS  & CO.,  Dressed Meats and Fish.  ATLIN   AND   DISCOVERY.  VENDOME   HOTEL.  I ��� ���    ���        ���   I I I ��� ���������*������        ���I ���        ���[    ���  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  FREE BOWLING ALLEY.  To Whom It May Concern:���  JOHN GOYTHIA is requested  to communicate .with his family  about land in. Albia, which can be  sold at once and to wire his address.  ATLIN LAKU, UliNXKTT LAKE & CHILKAT  11IX1NG MVSUiNS OF CASSIAtt  district.  Hydraulic Giants & Hydraulic Riveted Steel Pipe.  We mnuufaetNre-n-fiill.IiiiV-or nil supplies re'l'i.ired for  Hydraulic   Mining.  M'e have now in our shops orders, for 7000 feet of Pipe: ulso Water Gates, Hydraulic  (limits, ete. Perhaps you may need something immodiutely from tlie follow-in-"- lines,  which we can ship at once from stock:  ENGINES _   FANS OKli CAHS ���     GRIZZLIES  BOILEHS HLOWEKS OKE BUCKETS BELTING  PUMPS    . BLOWERS VALVES ENGINEERS' FITTINGS," ETC.  -    .  -        The Vancouver Engineering Works  su."CBSSOiis to ARMSTRONG   &   MORRISON,  Iron   Founders, Boiler Makers and Machinists.  .OFFICE    AND   WORKS,   VANCOUVER,    B. C.  THE   GOLD    HOUSE,  DISCOVERY,   B.C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day, Week or Month.  ���AMERICAN. AM)    EUROPEAN    PLAN.  ���J. Lkatiikkdai.k, Proprietor,  n. RrAc ' Fine, new four-Horse Saratoijo leaves this Hotel at:  l^IXOn   DrOS.' s,u���.. 11. nil a.m. nnd :i o'clock for Atlin.  weight  T^TOTICE is lit*ri"liy "riven that all pl.u-ui-  minin;r claims legally held in the Atliii  Lake, and Bennett Lake and Chilkat Minim*  Divisions of Cussiar District arc laid over  from the liftcenth day of September, A. 1).  ISO! to tin* second day of July, A. 1). 1HI2.  ���I. I). GlIAllAM.  I Gold Commissioner.  I Gold Commissioner's Oilier".  I     Atlin, B.C. September ]���, .. i'.llil.  to ship our stock and  must close it j        out   before     leaving   Atlin.       For' NOTICE  this afternoon and "Monday we will  offer the entire stock at the following very low prices :  Toilet Sets. 5 pieces $5.00  .Soup Bowls, $1,50, Sr.75,'$2.00  ,   per dozen. |  Side dishes,     per clox.   ;    1.40     j  ��� Cups and Saucers ,, 2.00     j  Phite-5, dinner        ,, 2.00  ,,    Soup ,, 2.00  Platters .50 to $1.00 each.  ,    JIMMY REGAN  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  New and Second. Hand Tin and Granite Ware, Iron Steel, Picks, Shovels and Blacksmith's  Coal. Giant Powder, Cap*.-, Fuse and Yukon Stoves.  Goods   Bought   Sold   and   Exchanncd.  " Rock or Aciem"   Mineral  Claim, .-dti-uted  at Discovery Camy, Pine Creek.  To .1.' II. Mau.auii oil otiiuk 111s Aii'hnt 011  " *"      AliUNTK : ������'���''''.  J   the  undersifriied,   VV.  G.   Mitchell,    part  I   .*   uwuev of the abevo mineral claim, hero-  ! by she notice.to the, above-named .1. H. Mal-  | laleu, or other his Agent or Agents, that I do  j hereby request the said J. H.Mallaleu to contribute   his  shu,re   of  the assessment work  j done ou the said  claim, viz.: Two years' assessment work  and survey, from  May 22ml,  1KIHI, aniountiiiir   to  the sum of $250.   Unless  the said amount  be paid to me on or before  Bar Tumblers, $I.OO tO $2.00 dor. | t,IR^tli <lny of Decemlier next I shall proceed  under uud by virtue of the uovvers conferred  by Snction I of the Mineral Amendment Act,  1A00, repealiu-r Section 11 of Cap. 15 of the  Statutes of LSI)!). w. G. Mitchell..  .    AtUi".U.,C,.Sem},'.U',190i, ' w-V��m  C. DOELKEK,  .    .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Fish,,   Game   in   season and   home    made   Sausage.  NORTHERN   HOTEL  BUILDING,   FlRSTSTREET.  G. li. H.�� YBS.  J.G. CoUNKI.I..  PINE TREE HOTEL.  .       DISCOVERY, B. C.  Egg Cups, per do/.en        $2.00  JJutter Chips    ,, .75  V. VI. McFui^y & Co,  Discovery.  O.PKN- DAY AND NIGHT.  FIRST-CLASS RKST ATI RANT  IN  CONNECTION.  Headmu��rtev�� Joe tfuUuev *X P��n"oU's s.t"t;e.  1'inest of liquors.     Good stabling.  lilt. Sands, Proprietor.  O.K.  BATHS  BARBER SHOP  i<\ LINK Prop.  Now occupy their new quarters next  to the Bank of It. N. A.. First. Street.  Tin: bath roonisare eiiually as ^'ood as found  in cities,   PvWatt: Ivitrance for Iwlk's,  �� I  i  I  Hi  M  I  I  - tin  . 'a  m  1  P  M  fe*��<W.��.-����SK>Z!'--.1r~"  1 ^ iir.Tvi/ikJy iaj^Sasug^aaa  i  tM>4

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