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 w  BHBB  tt -  f  VOI/.    i.  "ATLIN,    B.   C,    SATURDAY,    SKPTKiMBKR   30,    iSgg.  NO.  ^IcLennan, - McfeeSy and Co.  , (Ll.MITKI*.)  Paints,  Oils,   Varnishes,  Sash and Doors,  Tinware, Granffieware, $2roek&ry  All Icinds of Tinsmith 'work Vlonc:  B148XSM1T/I>3  GOAL.  Corner of P'irst and Pearl Street.  he  Anaconda  Group of Mines  ,   Passes !n(o Other Hands.  A 200-Foot Tunnel to bs Started  --Will Work Ail Winter. ',  ....FRESH   NEW  G&OB&   JUST m..*.  J. St. Clair./Mac!  Largest and Best Selected Stock., ok        - -        -.  Groceries, Shelf Hardware, Paints -and Oils, Boots and  Shoes, Rubber Goods and Miners' Supplies, .  ^  IRON   STORK    ------.-    COR!   1ST   AND   TRAYNOR.,  The = Bank = of  enca  -Reserve  L/ondou Office;  Established iu 1W>     Incorporated 1>j   Rojul Charter- ^  Paid Up'Capital   -    - '-    -    -    -' -    -    -    $4,S66,666.66 -  Fund    --, -    -    - ,-    -    -' -    -- -   $1,460,000.00  3 Clements Lane, Lombard Street, E. C.   -  *    '      '' Head  Office  in   Canada:    Montreal.  H. '/StikeaiAX,  General Manager.  ' Branches in ail the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New York,  San Francisco, Seattle, Tacoma, Portland, Spokane, Boston, Chicago  Ktc.  ^ Gold dust assayed and'"purchased "at best rates,   the bank's assay  office being now in operation.   A general banking business transacted,  ^j. ANDERSON, -Manager, Atlin, B. C. -���  .  JO OREL BURNET &'CO.,  XJ  'Civil, and -Hydraulic Ej.gin*-j*hs,  DO.UIMO.N*    AND    PllOVINCIAI.    IjAKS  Subveyobs.  MlMNG PjROl'EllTIES   Ha.S'��U.D.  Otfice: Poarl street, above Secoiul.  .C.^X. CLIFFORD, M. P. P.  OARD   OF   TRADE.  Wines, Liquors  and CigarsA  Wright-& Caxlkreatii,   Proos.  PREMIER LAURIER  Gives Reasons for the Failure of the  -    Joint High Commission.-  >  Premier Lnurier speaking .it Stiathroj,  Out., on the Anglo-American treut>. said:  "We hare appointed u commission, an international commission, to disjiose fit diffioul-  ties that exist between life, imil if possible to  improve our trade relations. I am bound to  say that tho commission has not so far been  n *i cry great success. I untieipate w hat may  be said, that is because theie is ono ques-  tion, the Al.iskan boundarv, which has  proved a stumbling block>m 0111 way. Hut  many say we have no reason to be ashamed  of our record in that respect. If the commission had dealt w ith matters which were  before us iu the manner w hich other compulsions have dealt with similar questions,  the Aluskuu bouudari question would lime  been sottled, but Jt would have been settled  to our detriment aud not to our benefit.  Such has beon our experience iu the past.  Wo lime therefore stood by our rights, and  it is because we havo stood by our rights  that wo have not obtained tho success which  wo might havo expected. Hut, gentlemen,  there is no one, I am sure, in the audience  ���w ho w ould regret, or w ould express auj regret upon it. We have done our best, and if  wo ha\edonc nothing else, we have stood  hi the diguit.v, the honor and the lights of  Canada."  Predicts the Government   Will be  Defeated. ���  Chas. V,*. Clifford, member for this district  111 the Provincial Legislature, was a passen-,  ger on Thnrsdaj 's Gleaner fiom the outside.  He was accompanied bv his w lfe and little  daughter. Thej will spend three weeks in  the district anil then retui n to Victoua  w here thoj w ill spend the w inter.  Asked as to aflairs political m Victoria Mi'.  Clillor.l said tho onlj woid that could describe ii was chaos. "1 think as soon us the  House convenes a motion ot want or conh-  dence will be earned condemning tlie administration, or maladministration, or the  government for then eirorsol omission and  comission, too numerous to mention. This  w ill cause a general election."  "Will an*.thin;? be done with the Alien  law ?"  "I  do   not   know.   I  voted  against  it  las,  r  session and have not changed mj mind."  Mr. Chilord said he was in favor ot the  eight-hour law and would vote to sustain it.  AROUND   JlcKEC.  C. B. Jones came do-vn fiom Melvee Creek  on Wednesdn.v , v\ here ho w ent to see a cleanup ou Kant i\. Jones' piopertj, the Wiuni-  mucka group. II to .13 abov ci. Hesa.vsthata  good inaii.v miners are closing dow n for the  j ear, ou account ol ice m the boxes. Their  clean-up amounted to ^1,000, all of which  was coarse gold, and the largest nugget w ns  ."> ounces.  II. Kec, on discovci v, is taking out 17, to li)  ounces a week, for four men. and will work  as long as he can.  GOLDEN G \TL.  Col. Dojle, was iu Atliu lor the-past w eok  stud left for Golden Gate on Thin sdav, w hern  he has big quartz; interests. He bus the inon  tit work there doing development .vorkatid  the several ledges are showing up remarkably well. "J consider that Golden Gate is  the best ground iu lhe countrj," he said,  "for the ore assays s,l,()(IO to tho tun." Col.  Doyle has several good properties at AVhite  Horse also, which lie bonded iu ��e.w weeks  ago. He will make his hend'fimrters at  Sheep Camp for tue present-  in  COURT  The  follow ing cases were disposed of dining Ihe week in the Small Debts com t:  Long vs  Mm raj ���Judgment for pill'., sdiUK)  and costs. j  Little vs. Martin .ind Harold, wages���Judg- j  ment Tor plaintill, ^bl and costs. |  Wait  vs. Maitin and Harold, wages.���Judg- j  ment toi plaintiff1, >100 and costs.  Hall vs. Patterson��� Judgment for plaintill,  >10l) and costs.  Vanry vs.  Ley ��� Judgment  for  plaintill.,  S.HI0 and costs.  Tujagiie Vs. Law-Judgment  for  plaintiii,  >S3 and costs.  Fluunery and Carpenter vs. Rees and Garfield, wingdam dispute, judgment reserved.  Rilej   vs. Fleming���Judgment for plaintill'  s7l and costs.  G. A. Sheppard left during the past week  for White Horse to look after his mining interests in that vicinity. From there he-expects to leave lf>r Japan.  NOTlC'ii- We the un.ler,ig led, Ifi.inlc Halle r an I \V. .). Pnrmdae, ot l'l aud 10 Rumd  Stieci House, I' C-. London, I'ng . do berebj  uppoinl Robert Flm mini, oi Atlin, 11. C, to  lourestMit us iu our ub.e ice in all oui mi.i-  illg I al Pipits. FkaN..  BauT*'*,  \V. J. P iiiTiauc .  Atlin. H  C, I line 8. KSO'I  " Tin-,   a lv-r'-isemaat     uppi ire I     iu     Tup.  Claim on tlu above dare a-id  doubtless   was  looked ovei like a good ni'iuj   otii��rs,  w ith-  ontanv oxtui emphasis buni'i   place I   on   it  To- Inv the -Mines have b=eo io morj identified  w it i  Atlin's future.   'Lie  oartie-.  concerned li >w been the means  oi   bi ni'.iug   to  the district people vi ho  oth"rvvi."   perhaps  world not have v i-.ito 1 Atlin in vear*.  As a re-.uK of rhis the Aiiac/uulti group  the niountain ol Ion guile ore, within tea  minutes'walk ol Atlin. vaiiousl*. stated to  run fiom >l to -J-f- per ton. lias been sold to  Lord H limit-on. " The final ari'iugpment-  wei-e ooncliide I an 1 the money p lid ov er ou  Moudtiv bj the Hank ot 1>. N. A., and as  'Sailor Hill" said on Thur-,du.\. ' sumo ol it  ties been spent." \  All parties to the deal have expi essed satisfaction at the outcome. Ten thousand dollars was tii3 cash consideration, and beside*  this, w hen tne comp inv Iuii bsen lormed to  opcuitethe claim-,. Mr. Flormaun will receive one-twentieth of the shares ot the  compan.v. ,,  Conipi ised in the group sold to Lord Ham-  lltou-b} Mr. rMorman, aro ten claims: The  Anaconda: East Extension of the Anaconda.  Anaconda No. ">: Copper Queen: Coppei  Kiug^ Ella Rav . Kidd, Kid Extension, Wellington and North. St'ir"* All' the->e 'vv'ere-lO-'  cated by the Flormaun faniil.*.���Robt. Flor-  rnim, Mr-.." Floi-man. Miss Florence Flormuu.  (now Mis. Raker), nnd Frankie Flormau���  earl.v in the spring. "Sailor Bill" w as given  an equal interest in this groupfor his placing  the propert*. before capitalists. Mr. F. Uti-  ker, as the former1-! partner, shaied his interest.  Resides the ubove claims, Lord Hamilton  has pui chased othero iu the vicimtj of Atlin. Though thfc figures m most cas'JS were  not laigc the ti ansaetio .s were cash. Tn  those are mclrded a large number ol fractious that adjoin '���everal of the Anaconda'  extensions. R*. leterence to an advertisement iu anothei column it will be observed  that apidication is Leing made for the purchase (if n tiact ot land between the oit> aud  Pine Creek ioi the opei ations ot the compan.v.  A contract has alreadv been let for a 200-  foot tunnel and bunk-houses lor the men to  be employed there this winter. The tunnel  will bo started fionithe wntci 's edge immediately and crosscuts made to thorough!**  test the ground. A locaKfirm is suppl.ving  the pow der and drills foi the pieliminarv  ivorU. during the absence ot Mr Feather-  stone w ho loft for Vancouver on Thursdu.v  to make arrangements for the bringing iu  ol a large amount of powder, drills, etc.. to  continue the w ork through the winter. It  is the intention to scud some machiucr.v iu  over the ico later and make other arrangements to treat the oie on the spot. Mr.  A. H. Bromlv left for the coast on Thurs-  ilnj w ith this in view .  * Lord Hamilton, speaking to a Claim man  on Thursday, said this countrv was po^ses.-ed  of w'oiiiloifu! possibilities ami knew o! no  mining sortion where capital could be used  to better advantage. l,rf the Anaconda  gioup proves the opinion we have lormetl of  it, and we havo over*' reason to believe it  will."  he said,  "jiiii w ill have u rich tow n."  Till, M .XL  ri> 1I1C HOTllSCIlir/DS.  W.J.Purtri.lge,"Sailor Hi 11,"deserves much  credit for the inaunor iu which ho handled  this gieatdeal Speaking about ithe said,  iu his own and original w a.v : '"The Misses  Flormaun lound the mine and 1 sold it: 1 tlitl  tlie best I could. Though the cash figure  was not as hr.t agi ced on, i it it is satisfao-  torv to all concerned- We take more stock  iu the companv and less cash; that is it. This  was agreed to aTtei considerable fencing on  both sides, owing to the unsatisfactory  tiansportatiou conditions iu the north.  ���'i'es, from here r go to London," ho continued, as he took a bag of copper-stained  roek from his shoulder and placed it in the  middle of First street, "I'd like to make n  bet���anything fiom a dollar to a mine���thut  this rock will assay SS0: if over Twin: if mi-  der Tilose." (p'untriig.to Mr.  A.  H.  Bromley.  \I I'../w ho hiippene I totoine iiji at the time.}  Ill couldn't net a la'.ter. <  '1,111 taking bacl the biggest llxj.i.f in tin;  world. I ouii half and f\ .'inker t lie other  poi (ion. J'II have no trouble in get I ing people to take ho] I ol I nis: I never have. The  next miuewilj be .sold to the Itol hsehiliU,  anil comes liom tin', ijistiict. It is on the  siune Ijnc as the Aiiaeiuidu oie.onl.v uclier,*'  he concluded.  _ Lou)|)l.i/;ijlt<ui, Col, (luggajd. and Me. 4,  H Hivmlc.v, 'Ifft Ioi Vaneonvei u:i Thur>-  ilav From l here t'u'i wijlgn t.> l'*i edei ick'v  Ann, aud jnsiioct the ' Hlue Hells mi.io,  which'Lord   linn iltou's compniiv   are  iio*"  Olll'l iltlllg. - .  BAKEl-i-FLORMANN.   *       - !  o ���  *  Two   Popular  Atliniccs  Enior  the  *   Clissiul State.1'"  The ortio ol Ili�� inuco.i.i.i uroup vi .'ueii h j��  coasijinmuteil dining the pait �� eek wu, uo*  without its lomiiutic si'|...' Frai.l. iiuk^r  is a purtnei of \\. ,L Parti ul>*i> (Sailfir Hill)  and helpe I to b.iu.r to a stieces-li.l conclusion the transfer ol the pi oporty fro n Mr,  Vlor-n i i to t le i'ppre-_"itati��Ps ol the I'.ng-  li-.ii cnmpativ. Hut while vli HiUei was  <:i.'Lcsstul in his mi nng tr ins iction he i\'u>  still moie siieepsslul iii tint in ''j ' 'ateriiu  lie had wo i the hand an.I heart ol Miss Flor-  pace \iigiist?i li'loMuau'i, n ilangiiter ot Mr.  and Mrs. li'iltt. Florminin. loi-iij^rly of kfupj I  Citv S. II. Tho got ban k'lot was tied \ty  the Rev. John Pringle in the parlors oi the  Grand H��rul_ J'liurs'lnv nl t'ernoon,. \t the  ���OMtlusioii ol lhe eereniou^ the hui'p.v couple  i eceived the congi utulatioiis of then maiijr  liicids, aTroi which the.v took the bo:��t b��-  'Dawson. Mrs. Raker w;IJ be gi eatly missed  iu musical cucles in Atlin. Mr. Raker has  extensile interests iu the-Yiikoiu where w iij  spend the w nitei. '  ^j>._^.- -^  PvOBBED OF GOLD,  "Dad" Silvers   Minus   32   Ounces���  .Other Robberies'.  t , . s '  \ sprioiK robbci'3 took place We Inesilay  aflerrroou in-w liiqh -.'Uad"' Silvers.mitre;,  lieved ot :',! ��unee$ ol gojd. The old muu  had been drinking during the course ot the  afternoon, and about 'i o'clock went into the  Oljinpic, accompanied h} a man bvibe uums  ot Henning, to see Mr. Bui kc w hum he knew  iu Uvea. The three, had a co-.iide of ilriukfi  together. Air. Burke l"ft the two.meu'  iu the bar and went upstaiis for a'-nap."  Coming downstairs a short time after Ue^  tound "JJad" still in the bar. A. man nauiefl  Shiilej. who had been sitting in \.he bar- return Iced that he thought the old man hat!  been "touched".. Both .Mr.-Bui ke and Mr.  Shnlej then proceeded to search "Dad", but  no gold sack could be louu.-L Mr. Burke  thou reported the matter to the police, giving all the paiticuliii's. Upon the assimilation that Hemiing was the guilti part> he  v\ as summoned before the magistrate Tluirs-  dav morning. Theie not being sufficient evidence the case was dismissed^ Mr. Burke is  ver.v much warned about the matter unci  vo.i s the culprit w ill be brought to justice ii  it l.i.vs within Ins power.  S\  Rohbeiiea have been ti'oquent of late  mound Pmc. Iu a lditioa to the case of  sluice box robbing on Joe Uurrigan's claim  wc aie informed that Gibson A Garw in, N'a.  i above on Pine, were the victims of a similar lohberj . losing tw o days sluicing.  A woman's tent in Pino was rtnibiicked, but  notwithstanding the fact that there was  > 10!) worth of gold the robbors left without  seem ing an} bootj.  PUSHING AHEAD.  The Yukon & White Fass Wall Run  Into White Horse in January.  Mi. J. 11. Brow nlee, of Brow nice & Low rj .  retui ned on Tliursda.v from Cariboo Crossing, where ho wont tosurve.v the townsite for  the Yukon A White Pass Railroad, some  few weeks ago. "Thesurve.v is completed,"  said Mr. Hrownlee, "and the compan.v are  pushing construction to the utmost with a  view to hav ing the line from Cariboo Crossing to White Hoise completed and trains  running over the steel bv the beginning of  January. The townsite is an ideal one for  uulway purposes, and affords good terminal facilities. Tho gradients are easy and  plont.v of jaid loom has boon provided for  the handling of freight. Lvoi ��� thing possible  has been done b.v the compan.v towards per-  loctmg a sjstein that vv ill admit of no delay  iu getting their cars through. Some 1100  teams are at work and iiuinbeis ol men are  getting out ties in the vicinity of the town-  site." Mr. Blow nice was also in Bennett  and from tlie enormity of freight there he  thinks a big percentage of it w ill not gut  through to its destination t.his ffilL  mmximawmitsMmmiimmitMMiaBg ��� I' 5  YJ  ATLIN,   Ii. C,   SATURDAY,   SEPTEMBER   30,   1899,  T"  . 1/   i.  I /'A .".  ii''  \v\  V! *���  *> "i  w  'I  ,1',.  J li-  ?;  r,1  t'  i1 .  li'*  The Atlin Claim.  Published     every     Saturday    morning   by  "I'llk. An.in Claim  Puhlisjiino Co.  UHico of publication:  Corner of Sueoud and Trainor Streets.  Advertising   rates made known on application.  Our subscription price is $4 a jour, pay-  uble in advance. No paper will be delivered  unless these conditions are complied with.  A gentleman visiting in the north  writes the Vancouver , News-Adver-  liscr   as   follows:    "It   strikes me  that   British   Columbia   will   never  know what it has lost hy its present  inefficient-steamboat service.    I  regret to say it, but it is  true nevertheless,'   that   the   poorest   of the  United States boats are better than  the best  Canadian   boats.     Consequently all persons going south pre  fer-to take the American boats and  th'e passengers land iu Seattle, and  at the first .place they land they buy  their goods.     Duty charges  cut a  very small figure when a man finds  what   he   wants.    Now   that' this  northern traffic is assured   for years  to come, we should have two boats  capable of making 17   or   18   knots  an hour,  and  fitted out first class  in every respect.   These boats would  take all thetradethey could cany."  The foregoing is a conoise and clear  .statement of the facts and we heartily commend it to the  attention   of  the Vancouver and Victoria boards  of trade.  ment,, in the fullness of its heart,  would allow the munificent- sum of  $60 per month for the salary of a  teacher. No qualified teacher can  be secured at such a salary and as  a consequence, the school has been  closed.' The methods of the government in dealing with affairs iu  this district is exasperating in lhe  extreme.'  W. A. Carlyle, superintendent of  'the Le Roi mines at Rossland, and  ex-provincial mineralogist, has been  offered the posision of superintendent of the Rio Pinto minesv in  Spain at a salary of 525,000a year.  It is said that he has accepted, and  will shortly leave for Spain. r His  present salary is $10,000.  It is hinted that W. A: 'Jowett,'  for some time publisher of the Nelson Miner, will be appointed Gold  Commissioner and1 Government  Agent there, as successor to John'  A. Turner.  For the four weeks eliding September ist there were 4,115 tons of  ore smelted at the Hall Mines smelter, containing approximately ���' 79  tons of copper and 51,720 ounces of  silver.  PARSONS  Groceries,  PRODUCE  CO.  -:o:-  Provisions,   ,  .   '        '    '...and..;       '    ��� ,'-  General Merchandise,  THlv  It is good news to the people of  Atlin to know  that  the Anaconda  .  group of quartz mines has, passed  . into the hands of an English com-  '   pan j*.    The transfer was not made  before the purchasers made a careful investigation of surface indications.    During the winter more .'extensive investigation will be made  . and if results justify it a very large  number  of stamps  will  be put in  operation   next  year.      This is of  first  importance  to the   people  of  ' this district,   for if this ore can be  worked profitably then  the future  of Atlin  as   a   very  large   mining  camp  is   firmly   established.      We  have the assurance of a number of  gentlemen,   eminently qualified   to  speak, that there are a number, of  such propositions within a short distance of Atlin and if the one under  consideration proves a success then  extensive  plants   will  be  put into  operation during the next  two or  'three vears.  Why should there' be any difficulty about getting mails into Atlin?  There is no trouble about sending  iu a bale cf hay or cooking-stove.  But the post office department finds  it difficult to carry letters in with  regularity.���Victoria Colonist.  We would inform the Colonist  that thec trouble lies in the transporting of the mails from Victoria  and Vancouver to Skaguay. So far  as we can learn the mails from the  latter place to Atlin have been  handled with fair dispatch.  According to a "Daily Mail" despatch Mr. Marcus Daly is bu- ing  up all available gold and copper  claims at Fairview and Similkame. 11.  The'Transvaal situation's briefly  this: The Boers offer to concede  the franchise insisted upon .b3' Sir  Alfred Milner, /but couple it with  the condition that Britian shall abandon all pretensions to exercise suzerain powers over the Republic.  There is not the least prospect that  the British Government will consent  to this tactily or otherwise, and the  whole question of peace or _ war,  therefore, depends on whether the,  Boers will recede from pressing this  condition. ;      '.    .,- .'    -  The Hon. J. Israel Tarte, Minister  of public works of Canada, who  lately underwent a serious operation in Paris, for which he had  specially voyaged to Europe, says  the London, Eng., Star of Sept 2, is  unfortunately not pulling round as  satisfactorily as was expected. Of  late years Mr. Tarte-took a very active part in the hard work of Canadian politics and the excitement  and worry have apparently shaken  his general health in a serious waj*.  Crow's Nest Pass coal is being  delivered to consumers in Rossland  at $6.25 per ton.  The news from Atlin printed in  our Vancouver telegrams this morning is highly interesting. It has  been expected for some time that  the district would prove to be specially valuable for its quartz, and  the latest news seems to bear this  out. Between its hydraulic and  lode mines, Atlin will next year attract the attention of capitalists to  an unusual degree. Railway construction into the district will be assured, if the present prospects are  realzied.���Victoria Colonist.  Bennett Lake and Klondyke Navigation Co., U  Tlie li. L.' & K. N. Co. advance-freight charges on ship- ,  , ���      ' nients via B. L. & K. N. C.  Olive May  between  Bennett  and Atlin  Regular Sailings' and Best _of'Service Guaranteed.  , ,     The B. L. & K. N. Co. are Bonded Carrieis. '     *  OTTO   II..   PARTRIDGE,    Local    Manager,    Bennett.        ,        '   "    .-  E.  C.  Aubin, 'Agent,  Pearl Street? Atlin.  of such men that Skagway exists today, and.the}* are entitled to every  consideration from the government  ���the people. On" the other hand,  those .who hold unimproved lots,  mereby for specularion, are deserving of no consideration whatever.  Skagway Bndget.  '���!���  LIST YOUR  LOTS  AT  Rant & Jones,  ?.   ���THE���      ���  Nugget Hotel  PINE CITY,--,   ��  Haves & Cornell, Props.'  Everything  in  connection   First  Class; Good Liiuors, etc.'  An up-to-date Restaurant in-connection.  OLDEST  ESTABLISHED  :       ,   BROKERS     -'  OF ATLIN.  Agents for the John Irving Na-  gation Company.  Pearl St.',' Atlin, B. C.  THE    ALASKA    FLYER  65 hours to Seattle.  "S.S. HUMBOLDT"  Due at Skagway  Friday, Oct* 6, 1399*  Leaves Skagway every Ten Days  for Seattle   and   British   Columbia  ports.    Buy your tickets at the office  of Pacific Clipper Line, Skagway.  W. H. TRIGGS, Agent.  m**%^***^C*^**%.*^*mr^***^ri***) r\***\**cAV*t A \*i AW awa y*A  Shot-Guns, Rifles, Revol-  ' vers and"every descrip-'j  tion of Sporting Goods  I      at- -   -    ..   ���    '-.    -   -  I TISDALL'S GUN STORE  Q. VANCOUVER.  ���q   Catalogue mailed ou application.  NOTICE,  SKAGWAY'S   LOT   JUMPERS.  Lot jumping has about come to a  standstill in Skagway. After the  Blackett jump the people got aroused  and the next time a man junps improved property, he will in all probability have to answer to someone besides a court.    There are no doubt  British  America  Corp.,   Ld.  HOTEL,  ATLIN   -   -   -   -   13. C.  Clean linen, spring beds, choicest selection  of cigars and  liquors north of Vancouver.  Hates very moderate.  In the matter of the Estate of W. M. Chaee,  D.'L. Brockway and JR. L. Howie, of the  Atlin Mining Division, in tho Cassiar District, British Columbia, currying on business iu partnership under the name of  "The London Hydraulic Company."  THE ATLIN LIGHT AND  POWER CO.  Now have u  Telephone Service  Between  Atlin, Spruce Junction and Pine.  Stations���  Atlin, Mhdical Hall,  Junction, Junction Houhi*,  Pine, Gold Housi*.  The penurious aud .contemptible | parties here holding unimproved lots  attitude of the Provincial Govern  ment towards this district continues.  The latest indication of this spirit  is shown in its manner of dealing  with the establishment of a public  school here. Mr. Blackett, secretary of the Atlin Board of Trustees,  wrote the Superintendent of Education setting forth the needs of the  district.     Iu  reply  he received  a  for speculation, or building a little  shack of some kind to hold them.  The alleged owners of these lots  must not blame anybody who sees  fit to take and improve them, for  they have no more business with  them than the man who was never  here. 'But the man who has taken  in good faith, or purchased realy  and built residences or business  houses upon it, must be protected  against lote jumpers,   and  will  be  letter announcing that the govern- ,It is due to the energy and bravery  When in Atlin stop    ��� ' ���  .  . at the .  .  OLYMPIC HOTEL  First  Street.  HEADQUARTERS    FOR    LEMP'S  St.  Lotus Lagkjr Beer.  First class Restaurant in connection.  A. BURKE,   Manager.  Take notice that the above named W. M.  Chace, D. L. Brockway and R. L. Howie, by  Deed of Assignment for the beuelit -of creditors, bearing date the seventh of September,  1899, and made in pursuance of the "Creditors  Trust Deeds Act," have granted and assigned  to E. G. Temiaut, of the town of Atlin, li. C,  Lumber Merchant, ull the personal estate,  credits and effects of the said debtors and  each of them (both partnership uud private)  which may be seized and sold under excu-  tiou und all the real estate of the said  debtors, and each of them, iu trust for the  beuelit of their creditors. Said Deed of Assignment wus executed by the said W. M.  Chace, D. L. Brockway and R. L. Howie and  E. G. 'Pennant, on the said seventh day of  September, 1899/  All creditors having claims against the said  debtors are required to lile their claims with  C. W. Sawers, Solicitor. Pearl St., Atliu, B.  C., duly proved, as provided by tho Act, on  or before the 1st day of November, 1899. In  default of the said Assignee not receiving .satisfactory proof thereof, any creditor is liable  to huve his claim burred.  Notice is further given that ufter the said  1st duy of November, 1899, the Assignee will  proceed to distribute the said estute amongst  the parties entitled thereto, having regard  only to the claims of whicli notice snail then  huve been given, und will not be liable for  the assets, or any part thereof, so distributed,  to any person or persons of* whose claim he  shall not then huvo had notice.  An 1 further tako notice thut u meeting of  the said creditors will be held ut the office of  C. AV. Sawers, Solicitor for the said Assignee,  Pearl St., Atlin, B. C. on Thursday, the 28th  day of September, 1899, at the hour of 4  o'clock in the ufternoon.  Dated at Atlin, B. C, this 9th day of September, 1899.  C. W. SAWERS,  Solicitor for Assignee.  E L PILLMAN  Funeral   Director   and .  Embalmer  Third and Discovery,    Atlin, B. Ci  Bodies Embalmed for Shipment a Specialty  Orders on short notice.  All kinds of'Funeral Supplies at reasonable rates. I VTA  H-  So  :ATLIN,   15. C,  SATURJl!\V,  SEPTEMBER ' 30.,   1890.  NOTES FROM PINE.  If  ". A Sluieebox* Box  Robbed ��� Fine's  ' .     ���      First Fire.  tfroni Our Oorrespotidnnt.  Pine City, Sept. 2(5.���Most ot tlio minor-- on  Pine creek are maid ig���pivpiiratioii�� to go  out. Fred Miller discharged bin turn on  Monday und expects to go out Thursday.  In tho, meantime he is looking over his  (tuurt.3 claims on Surpriso lake.  A lire, and the first of any consequence in  Pino City, took place on Monday night when  the log cabin, occupied by Mi. Smalle.v and  wife, wus dostroyo I. The origin of th<> liri>  wni traced to a candlp on a box, und the lo-.s  unstained b.v tho occupant* was ooimldeinblc.  A winter's supply of provilois, .>ld() In  money, a gol 1 watch and wearing apparel.  HTI'ALINO ooi.u. '  Tlio lirst utt >mptj I rilling of slulri) boxes  In tiiis neighborhood took place on ..Sunday  night wIibii Joo flui'i'ixiiii'*' box'i'S, 0 below,  Wore tampered with. V io property l> sil-  uatod on thn loft si Ij oT Pius, looking toward Atlin, "Wo were working rno shift,,"  said" a Workman to your correspoii'leiit today, "and the ni-jlit one had gone lo di.-inor.  The cabins are about .VI feet away, but for  that matter might a, well bo u mile, for  nothing of, the sluices can bp seen when  standing near thp cabins. The banlts'ob-  struot the view. No v\ atchni'in was employed, for we did not think it uocesaury. That  'they were amateurs is very evident from the  fact that the.v did not turn off the head of  water. This they could have done \\ ith little trouble, but they preferred blocking the  <,water onthe box t'lej rilled with a board  and hurriedly scraped the bottom. How  much gold they secured is hard to say. The  last clean-up was made tw o duy s pro\ iously ,  und judging from the amount ot gold we  saved out of tlie box-10 ounces���after they  got through with their work, it must have  been considerable." Notruoe ot thp perpetrators, so fur, bus been obtained.  VENERABLE DIVINE BEAD. -  - The death of the Re\. Alexander Young,  the venerable Presbyterian divine, took  place at his residence iu Nuuaimo on September 6th. The deceased minister w.i'- in  his 77th year. His death was'iiot unexpected,  for he had. been seriously ill for severui  mouths, his son. Dr. Yourig, huving made u  trip from AtUn u few months ago to see linn,  and another son, P. McB. Younir, aNo arrived  from Atlin only a few weeks ago, and was  present at the death of his father. The funeral  took pluce from the residence of Mr. Young  ou the 9th September.  ON THE WRONG "BANK."  President Reed, of the Bank of Commerce  at Atlin', and Ed. Russell, proprietor of the  Russell Hotel und the Pavilion at Atlin,  passed south on the Topeka to-day, say* the  Alusku Truth of Sept. IS. They took time to  shake hands \\ ith their friends iu this city.  The Topeka must huve landed on the  wrong "bank," for L. Beid is still with the  Merchants of Halifax. As to Ed. Russell, we  think that must mean "Our Jim." - A good  many citizens were doubtful as to the final  outcome of the big quartz deal that happily  saw consummation last Mouduy, owing to, company  Russell's departure. But "Jim" is u government man, uud when governments ure tottering, hydraulic, placer and quartz can ull  go to Halifax, as far as he is concerned. Tho  State first, last and all the time.  A BIG RUSH.  "Look  out for a big rush to Capo^Nomn iii  sprin;   "' "  tha spring," said E. G. McMicken, of the  North American Transportation & Trading  Co., recently.   "Few,  I think, have any rou- j made a great hit  Is now stronger then itself. ���- With its death  will oon'io n condition that will bo extremely  unsatisfactory. While those who no longr-r  support tlio Seinlin government may be  strong ('nought to defeat it, their strength  co'ises if tlipy wore placed iu a similar position themselves. Their destructive power  rests w ith Joseph Martin, und Joseph Martin,  us the real lender of another govorinout is  an impossibility.���Boundary Crook Times.  The Ilou. I'\ C. Cott-m, speaking at Ross-  laud September 12th said that the Legislature w ould meet ott .January 4th w ith a clear  majority of two, and it was expected this  would bp increased. The only defections  tho government had were Joseph Martin'  and I). W. digging, mid iu traveling through  the countr) ho had found that the leaving ol  the former out of the government had been  ono of tho most popular moves over made b.v  a gowirnniont.  An orilpi-iii-council has been passed b.v the  Ottawa govornmnnt providing that iu future  all liquor.permits for tho Yukon will huve  to be issued b.v the Interior Department, nnd  tlio fee will be &�� per gallon.  j '  The Provincial Gazette eontiuiiH the announcement that a private bill is to be asked  lor at tho next session ot the Provincial Parliament'for the incorporation und empower-^  ing of a company to construct a single or  double truck tramway from Tuku Arm neur  the mouth ot the Atlintoo, along the north  bunk ot that river to Atlin luke.  Charles A. Pillsbury, a well-known Minneapolis miller, is dead.  The.Odd Fellows celebrated their Diamond  Jubilee at Detroit on Sept. 11).   (  , The Cmiiird liner Lucuuia arrived iu New  York ^4 hours late on Sept 17. The delay w as  caused bj the strike at Liverpool, which  compelled'the company to ^ship inexperienced stokers and firemen, who were unable  to keep steum.  The British admiralty is preparing a map  of St. Johns, N. F., with a view to fortifying  the tow ii.* - '  -The formatiou of a cigar trust has been  completed at Tampa, Florida.      ,  Iroquois, the only American hoi\->s to win  the English Derby, is dead.  Counsel in the Point Ellice bridge disaster  dam ige suits against the city of Victoria,  have been trying to arrange for an arbitration of them, but us yet without success.  "Jim" Wardner, who spent several mouths  in the vicinity of Surprise looking for  quartz, is in Seattle, where he arrived recently from Cape Nome.  Carterville, III., was the scene of a bloody-  riot between white and ue^ro miner.!., Sept.  17. .SLx negroes were killed and one other  mortally wounded. The militia was called  out.  Congressman Lew is \\ as iu London a few  weeks ago, w here he went to press the  claims for compensation of the Ameiiean  miners who were evicted iu the Atlin district.  Admiral Dewey was at Gibraltar Sept. 10,  and the cruiser remained there a week.  A  private  bill  is to  be asked  for at the  next session  of the Provincial Parliament  for the incorporation and empowering of a  to construct a single or double-  | track   tramway  from  Tuku Arm neur the  ' montli of the Atlintoo, along the north bunk  , of that river to Atlin Lake.  Another Klondike concern���the Klondike  ��� Mines   Promotion   Company ��� has corne to  grief and is now being  wound  up, says  the  London Mail of Sept. 1.  Grace  Van   Studdiford,  who three yeurs  ] ago   left^the  Bostonians,  appeared in  The  j Jolly Musketeer at Montreal, Sept. 14,   and  Biifiib America CorporaffoivCd. f  ATIN,   B*   C*  IIIIANI'llliS  AT JUWHON,  BENNETT, SELKIIlk,   WllITC  H'jUhi:.   1'l.Nf. CKKKK.  ' ' r "  i The only complete utoclcof  GROCERIES  AND   DRY  GOODS  In the City. ' , ,  .   _ '   Ladies' Goods a Specialty.  J       New Line of Ladies' and Gent's Boots and Shoes Just Arrived.  ?,   Only highest class oi goods in stock at lowest prices in the city.   Inspection invited.  ,  I  ceptiou of what a crowd will go ou the first  vessels leaving for St.  Michael.   Letter-, are  .pouring in on me from all parts of the country begging for information as to tho best  way to reach the district.   I have already  -sold a number of tickets for our first passage, leaving here May 1st, the day we w ill  make our first trip to Cape Nome foi-  !9'K)."  New York, Sept. IS.���After escaping don-  tructiou in Monday's storm, Sir Thomas Lip-  ton's challenging yacht, the Shamrock, met  with un acoident to-day that would surely  have lost her the race had she been aoutesiug  with tho Columbia for the possession of tho  America's cup. Her steel gaff broke ut a  point about ten feet from the gawu, and if  she has not another gaff ready of the name  leugth, it will be at lease a week before she  can sail again with the same mainsails she  set to-day. The present gaff and boom are  the ones she is to race with in October, and  the mainsail will not. fit tho spars sho discarded on Tuesday.  The Co ist papers arabmy counting members' noses these days und figure out the government in the majority or minority, according to their respective politicul views. Considering the defections of Joseph Martin und 1>.  W. Higgins and the reported desertion of  Hon. Hclgesen and R. Macpherson, the government is numerically weak at best; but  its great weakness lies in its lack of ability.  Outside of Mr. Cotton, there is not ono man  ou the government side who can put up a  strong fight; all the fighters are now on the  other side. The government was weak in  numbers when it began, but Joseph Martin  is a host in himself when there is any fighting  to be done. If the government lives until the  legislature is called, it will bo only to meet  its death at the hands of an opposition  tint  Sir Motteuzie Bow ell'was at Culgary ou  Sept. 10, on his way to Edmonton. He will  visit Kootenuy und the coast before returning east. i  The long-expected papal encyclical addressed to the French, which has just been  issued, ignores the Dreyfus case.  The British government is negotiating for  the purchase otj 1,000 mules iu the Southern  Stutes for use iu Africa.  WHITE SEA RAILWAY.  There has been for some time past an agitation for a railway connecting the White Seu  with St. Petersburg, Central Russia, the Hal-  tie, und the Black Sea, greatly wanted, chiefly  on commercial grounds. The Sea route between Europe and Northern Siberia, it has  been found, cannot be relied ou, so much depending ou tho state of the weather und the  nature of the season. Three routes were  propoued, uud the route adopted, and now in  course of execution, is a line from Vologda  to Arc-hang. It is ubout 1,000 miles in leugth,  uitd*wJll he a narrow gauge. The work is being carried out by the Moscow, Juroslav and  Vologda .Railway Company, which in future  will be known as the Moscow, Juroslav and  Archangel Railway Company. .The capital  to be ultimately raised is 19,000,000 roubles  (&.1,000,000), the debentures being guaranteed  by the stute. The company also receives an  annual subsidy for tw*elve years, commencing at 1.000,000 roubles und declining gradually to 800,000 roubles. The lino is to bo completed by January next, and from January,  1907, the Russian government has the right  to acquire the whole of the system of the  company. This railwuy line will pluee Archangel iu direct communication with Moscow  and indirectly with St. Petersburg.  IN   BOESLAND.  London Press Opinions on the Situation.  London, Sept. 18. -The reply of the Trasn-  vuul to Mr.'Chamberlain's latest note is said  to co\cr nine pages. It is eminently 'of the  "negative and inconclusive"' character  which Mr. Chamberlain declared would compel the consideration of the situation  afresh. It practically repudiates suzerainty, reverts to tlie seven-year franchise and  declines'to give equality to the Dutch and  English language m the Yolksraad. In short,  it is politely negutive and defiant. The. full  text may not be avniluble'for some time, but  it will not change the aspect of nfrairs.  It is supposed that the next move ou the  part of the Trans\aol is an appeal to the  powers.  The Morning Post says: "The Boers mean  to fight; that is the plain English of it."  The Stundard:' "The Transvaal note is unsatisfactory. * It might be going too far  to say that, the last hope of peace has  vanished, but it is idle-to deny that the Transvaal rulers have brought their country very  close to the brink of disaster which the British government has done its best to uvert."   .  The Daily Mail: "President Krugcr's defiance has terminated a long period of unrest and uncertainty in South Africa, for,  whatever may be the issue of the present  situation, one thing is certain, that duulism  in South Africa will end forever."  The Daily Chronicle:' "President Kruger  is a shifty uud iinprueticu'Kpoliticiau. fit only  to be spoken to across a line of bayonets."  THE'  Canadian Bank...  ...of Commerce.  BROWNLEE & LOWRY  J. H. Brownlee, P. L. S., D. L. S.  R. C. Lowry, A. M. I. C. E.  t * f . * -  Civil and Hydraulic'Engineers,  Land Surveyors. -  Pkarl Strkkt,  Atlin. B. C.  T  HE NORTHERN HOTEL,  '      FIRST STKEKT.'  The'biggest house in Atlin.  Everything first-class.  &   Turney,   Proprietors.  Thagarcl  O.K.  BATHS  BARBER SHOP.  The bathsare equally as good us found in  cities.   Side entrance for ladies.  LINK & PRATT. Pi ops., First, Street.  Corner Second and Pearl Streets.  ATLIN,    B.   C.  Thoroughly Equipped Assay  Office in Connection.  Gold purchased or advances made  thereon pending the result of its  assav.  Exchange sold on all the principal points in Europe, the United  vStates and Canada.     [  ���^ :   1 PRINCIPAL   BATH - HOUSE  ./      '   AND -TjAUNDRY.  - j  '��� Best' Equipped  Establishment' .  in Atlinl-  Lake Street, near Sawmill. *  J  ULES   EGGERT_,  Swiss. Watchmaker.  Has charge of government instru-  '    ments.    First street, Atlin.  In  Medical  Hall.  fl  OTEL   O.   K.  Choice Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  First A\etme.  IVM. CUBOE, Manager  GOLD   HOUSE  PINE CITY.  Good Liquors,  ' Good Wines  and Cigars.  Beds and Meals a Specialty.  LETHERDALE     &    BURTON,  Proprietors.  You ^Vtl.r, Maki." No MisriKB Tv Y"or Go  To Thk  ...BRITISH HOTEL...  1 Cor. First and Discovery.  i  |    Genuine goods and  everything llr-it class  i at moderates.  ! T. TUGWHLL,   Proprietor.  ...THE KOOTENAY...  BAR  Finest stocked Bar in  the city,  i  JACK   BYRON,    Prop.  A,T  KEN & STRANAHAN',  Painthrs.  NOTICE.  Notice is horeby givon that placer claims  legally held in Atlin Lalso and Bennett Lake  Mining Division of Cassiar District ure laid  over from the 15th Septombor, 1899, to the 1st  July, lfllKl.  J. D. GRAHAM,  Gold Cotiunohhioiier.  I N'eat and artistic signs at  reason-  ! - able rates.  Applications for Land.  Notice in horeby given that thirty duyt  after da<o I intend to apply to the Commissioner of Lauds and Works for a lease of five  acres of land for garden purposes, bit-  uate on Pine Creek, about two miles from  Atlin, commencing at stake No. 1 and running easterly 201 yard-s to Xo. 2: tlieimo 123  yards northerly to Xo. 3; thence westerly  <:01 yards to No. 4; theuce southerly to place  of beginning.  P. JAMESON".  Atlin, B. C. July 21, ISM.  PINE TREE HOTEL  DISCOVERY, ]{. C.  When yon come to Discovers' take  shelter under '.lie TREE.  Finest of l:quors.       Good stabling.  CHAS. K. OUBRIDOK, Mgr. C       .1  mi  ',1  ��!������  :;������:  ;���! ���  * !������  <A.  11-", i  4  ATLIN, .IJ.  C.   SATURDAY,    SKT'TKMJJKR   30.    1S00.  %���:  ''?*"'  -���1--*  -A;  ,!A  "V<*  Thc CSaint is now prepared  to do all kinds of Job Work*  PiCKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Medical Hall for toilet articles.  _ McCarthy's store is selling oil'all stock for  a mere song.  Kleetrie belts lor weuk-lmched people al  \V. K. IJockrill's drug store.  II. A. Lambert leaves Tor the outside the  incoming week. ,  Meal tickets ut greatly reduced rules by  the week or montli at Jones' restaurant.  Fred. Miller we.it out on Thursday's bout,  lie goes to .luneau'aiul will be back in throe  weeks.' , .        -  New Goods at Cuiiimings & Richardson's  Fine Tweed Suits, Hoots and Shoes and felt  Hats. ,  .). 0. Walsh, for a considerable time in the  Government oflice here, left on Tuesday for  the coast.  " iPrescriptions accurately dispensed,by W.  11. Dockrill & Co., the leading druggists.  First st.  1 Koyalty on 5,78") ounces of gold was paid  into the Gold Commissioner's oflice from the  1st ol September to the 28th.  i One of the beat articles for good health is a  wholesome loaf of bread at 12 cents, ami a  lirst class meal at ���">()cents at Pioneer Bakery.  ' Mr. G. IT. Belt, teller of the Bank of Hritish  North America liere.i loft for Bennett on  Tuesday, where he relieves P. J. DiMiu, who  proceeds to Victoria.  _ Before going to Cape Nome we *.\ ill sell a  full line of cigars, tobacco, cigarettes, candy, novels, etc., at Seattle prices. Get your  supply- now. P. (. lieudtiutirtcrs. First and  Pearl.  , JackBryon, of the Kooteuny, installed a  pool and a billiard tabic in his house during-  the past week. They wi'l, no doubt, be well  patronized during the long winter mouths  soon to sot in.  T. E.'Wurd has secured the contract for  the erection of the building for .Messrs. For-  tin & LeCuppellain, Kirst street, and when  completed will be a valuable addition to the  Vancouver annex.  St. Andrew's church   held service for the  lirst time  in ,tbe Arctic  Brotherhood   Hull  last Sabbath.    Lord Hamilton, Col. Haggard  and Mr. and Airs. Merry were among the vis-  - itors who attended.  Chas. Wright aud W. Dockrill loft last  Monday for Teslin, where Mr. Wright went  to settle some business affairs. Dockrill  went for the pleasure ol the (rip. They expect to be back'in ten days.  The number and character of the building that are injuring completion in Atlin today is very gratily ing. Now it would certainly be un opportune time for the government to show its hand iu the building line.  The t\\ o lumber mills iu the south end ol  ' the city have been kept exceedingly busy  during the past week getting out lumber  tor shipment to Bennett. The first scow  loud got stuck on a rock in the descent from  Atlin lake to Taku Arm.  Dr. .1. -\I. Osier, of the Pioneer Bakery,  came into this office yesterday morning with  lour tubers, the largest of which measure-,  six inches. They w ere grown in his garden  at the rear of the bakery, and ure fine specimens of the Early Rose variety.  St. Andrew 's Presbyterian church hold services in the Arctic Brotherhood Hall, Second  street between Trainer and Pearl, ou Sunday at 10:30 a. *m. and 7:110 p. m.  Sunday school at 2:.'j p.m. Rev. John Pringle,  IJ. A. minister. Sacrament of the Lord's  Supper will be observed in St. Andrew's  Presnytorian church, Arctic Brotherhood  Hall, Sunday morning, October 1.  Wallace Haywood, brother to William  Haywood, who owned the Kootenay Hotel  in partnership w ith .hick Byron, arrived in  Atlin last Saturday uml left ou Wednesday.  He came in for tlio purpose of having some  scows made with which to take a large  i-uuutit.v oi freight to Dawson. The inability of the Bennett mill to keep pace with  the demand roudered this stop necessary.  We are pleased to note that the Vancouver  Hoard of Trade bus taken up the matter of  un improved Canadian mail service for the  north. Strong resolutions have been for-'  warded to the Postiuustor-Genonil. Up to  Sa'turda.v last we did not receive a Canadian  nuiil Tor nine days previous. While on this  subject we desiro to compliment the local  postmaster. Mr. iialiony, ou the arrangement of the new postoflice. The work was  carried on under the direction of tho assistant postmaster, Mr. Annibal, and retlects  great credit ou both of these gentlemen.  With these facilities the mail can be handled  \\ ith dispatch.  On Monday night the Arctics had a high  time over the initiation of Col. Huggard into  the mysteries of the northern order. This  meeting was a special one. it having been  held that, evening because of the reported  departure of the mining kin^s the following  day. They didn't want to lose such a prominent personage for the sake of a day. On  Tuesday three more names were added to  the membership. These were E. Rosselli, T,  Gregory, and Tom Lillie. The concert for  this evening has some vcyj; choice ^elections  Ijij  its   nj'pgrrinimp rjnrl   f"*')tt)  ifs,  leugt]) ���13  numbers���you   will   be   thoroughly- rested  lor the diuioe that lollows.  Go to the Itussoll Annex rcstuiirnnt to-morrow nnd lime your dinner.'  Prescriptions carefully and promptly dispensed ut the Medical Hall.  Special Sunday dinner will be served at  the Russell Anne.** Restaurant lo-morvow.  At the Grand during the week: C. II. Oe-  w ilt. A. Sutherland, R. Perry. S. Muey, Seth  Wruy, Geo. V. Miller, and 0. D. Travel's.  Church of r'tigliiud services will be held  at corner 'JYaiuor and Third st roets'nn .Sunday ul !t p. in. and " |>. in., and ut Discovery  at 11 a. in.  Post muster Mahoiiey is in receipt of a letter lrom Mrs. J. VV. Uvans,1- Toronto, asking  for (he whereabouts ol her husband, who  was in'Atlin two mouths ago.  The many friends oT Robert C. Shaw will  be pained lo'honr of the death ol his mother-  in Monti onl. On being- iiilormcd of ( the  illness of his mother lie hurried emt/but  arrived four hours too, la to.  Dave llastia, for Rice A Hastie, purchased  tho lot adjoining their property-on I'lrst  street "and will extend and enlarge the dining room, which was rendered ucucuiiy by  the placing ol a sitting-room iu the front.  It, was reported iu Atlin on Wednesday  that a strike of workmen on tlio While  Horse tramway had taken place there early  iu the week. Later reports say that men  wore secured iu Bennett aud replaced the  strikers.   The.v wanted higher wages.  The following taken from the Colonist, under Winnipeg date of the llthstiys: "VV. B.  Canavan, a well-known police court lawyer,  died in the General Hospital to-day. of diabetes." His sou, 11. W. Ii. is at present in Atlin, and the lirst Intimation he received of  the  sad event was through the newspapers  the -  erchonts Sank-of Halifax  i'All)  Rkst  '    INCOIfPORATKI)   I^l'.l.  Up Capital    -������,,-,    -��� -    -'   -    -_   - , 5-',000,000.00  A   general   Ranking  Gold  Si 1,250,000.00 1  . Oust   assayed  business, transacted.  . '.���    ���_' purchased.     '    ' ���  Drafts Issued and'money transferred to any part of tlie world.  The First Bank to Gpan in Atlin*  W. A. SPENCER     -   ' :     -     Manager Atlin  Branch.  am  l��"# CO.  9  ���sal��   ~ _  Cqknkiv  and  FlKST  Retail  Butchers.  AN'D      PUARL.  STRKKYS.  NEARLY AN ACCIDENT.  The  Ruth ,Starts   to   Sink   While  . A   Crossing1 the Lake.  What might have been a serious accident  occurred ou the lake lust Saturday night.  The steamboat Ruth left bore about r>o'clock  with-a load of passengers for the outgoing  steamer Gleaner. When about half way-  over her forward cud began to bink. This  alarmed tho passengers and the boat was  turned towards shore, landing about four  miles above the city. A number of gentlemen,  thinking discretion the better part of valor,  returned. The crew of the Ruth then began  to bail her out and she proceeded on  her way without ��� any further mishap. A  few days previous the boat, while loading  some heavy machinery, settled ou a rock and  ���stove a hole in her bottom. At the time the  accident was not noticed or no attention was  paid to it. The heavy sea of Saturday- ni  did the rest. The proper officer  to it that such an accident  occur again.  Builders' Hardware, Miners'  ,   ,    ,   Tinware,  ,  Graniteware,  Etc., Etc'  \.     "'    1TNSHOP   IN   CONNECTION.  m SHU��    *a^��&JP^ir^i  . & CO. (Limited.) ��� -=  ses,  FIRST STREET  ATLIN, H. C. . ,  HOTEL  -lit  should ��ee  not  liable to  QUICK RETURNS.  .Staked in the morning and sold in the nft-  eriioon. is what I. L. Gillespie, O. P. Conley  und Hob Davies did last Saturday morning,  with three claims buck of the Anaconda.  Though they did not get ��10,000, yet they  ure perfectly satisfied with their day's w ork.  Lord Hamilton bought the,properties.  FINEST EQUIPPED HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  '    �����     CONDUCTED'IN   FIRST-CLASS''MANNER.. -  < -. ���r - ' ��� v '  Rich & Ha&tik, Proprietors-    David Hastik,  Manager. *   -  Comer of First and Discoyerv Streets.        "  Huron Watson, lord of appeal in ordinary,  is dead.  A surplus of over $0,000,000 is shown b.v tho  Department of Finance ut Ottawa for the  past fiscal year, ending w ith the :Ust of Aug.  Sir Henri and Lady Joly are on a visit to  the coast.  A daring London bank robbery of ��12,000  is reported, while the money was in transit  by a cab from a branch to the head office,  tt is said tlie bank messenger was buncoed  by u thief dressed in the uniform of his own  bank.  A compromise has ended Hie dock laborers'strike at Ot\on Sound. They get their  demanded increase of pay in two weeks'  time.  The green goods men operating iu Cuba  ure conducting their business ou such an extensive scale as to send genuine one dollar  bills with their circulars a-, samples of the  counterfeit money they huve for sale.  Trie's creek are well thought - of,-'-  as are a number of other of Wade's  tributaries. There'is great "deal of  prospecting being done in the district this summer and many are making preparations for acliye winter  work. It is confidently expected by  those familiar with the work and  prospects that showings will be  made this winter throughout the  Fory-Mile that will surprise the old  timers who were looking for the  precious metal there before',  Klondike strike.���Yukon Sun.  the  COULDN'T BLUE1? N. W.  M. P.  An'amusing story is going the  rounds about an incident which occurred here not long ago, as related  by a gentleman present at the time.  It seems that the Canadian Development Co. were encroaching with the  foundations of their warehouses on  i First ayenue roadway, some twenty  MINING  Broker, Abstracter,  Manager, Accountant,  Conveyancer,   Auditor,  and General Agent  Has listed some of the best claims  on Pine, Spruce, Wright and Willow at homestake prices.  Claims bought now will not have  to be represented or otherwise looked  after until July ist^ 1900.  feet,  bees,  The workmen  when  one   of  most relinng  looking  P.  Mr. W. K. Mead is in Dawson  from the Forty-Mile district. Mr.  Meade owns No. 4 below lower discovery on Jack Wade creek aud  feels confident that this creek will  turn out good almost its entire  length. Claims between the two discoveries are valued at about $5,000  each, the best pay yet located being  on Nos. 7 and 8, above lower discovery and 011 the right limit of  Nos. 6 and 7 on what was supposed  to be the benches big pay was  located, but it now turns out  that this supposed bench claim  pay is within the six-hundred foot limits of the creek  claims. The creek claims take  in     all    bench     pay     thus     far  were busy as  the quietest,  members of  the N. W. M. P. saw the manager  I of C. D. Co., and told him that his  men were encroaching on the street.  H. Maillaud Kersey answered in  his usual lordly manner to theeffect  tliathedid notcare. Thereplycame  sharp,"I will .stop your men," to  which the dictator made a short  "don't give a snap" answer and  walked away. In five minutes the  work was stopped. Then the manager of the C. D. Co. had to come  down off his perch, tlie foundations  were moved, but not quite enough,J  we believe, as the}* are said "to be]  still ten feet on First avenue.'-���Yu-;  kon Sun.  ��� Applications for Land.  * I hereby give notice of my intention to apply, one month alter this dute. to the Chief  Commissioner, of Lauds and Works, Hritish  Columbia, lor permission to purchase 160  acres of laud, situaced in the Atlin district  on the east side of Atlin lake between Atlin  townsite and Pine creek, being bounded as  follows: On the northerly side by a line commencing at my initial post on the margin of  Atlin lake and eiiuniup about N. 21 (leg. Ii).  lor a distance of about 2,040 feet, thence by a  lino running about S. "ill deg. Ii. for a distance of about 2,680 feet, thence by a line  running about S. 21 deg. W. for a distance of  about 2.1H0 feet, thence along the margin of  Atlin lake to point of commencement: under  section !'. of the "Land Act Amendment Act,  JSSKI."  Ii. W. HAMILTON.  Atlin, H. C, Sept. 2.'). 18110.  s  IMSON'S VAIUETY STORK.  The latest stylos in Costumes, ISicyclc Skirts,  Shirt Waists, Hats and Millinery.  Between limit and Wutson.  Direct   to   Vancouver  Three   Days  m  5'H-I,  16TH  AND    26TI-I  EACH   MONTH.  OF  Poll of bills coutaing $50 in or  hear the Bank of British North  America.     Reward  of   $15   if   re-j^.   H  located,     Geoi-oe   creek   rih'  ]<?f-1 turned to Rev. John Pringle,  SS.   ALPHA  Leaves Oct. 6.  BAKER,   Agent,  C. R. R. Office, Skagway.  . 1  i  <  -xi

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