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Anaconda News 1903-12-30

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 ':.&?";\ll\-  Vol-4. No 3.  WLBKE^Ta Y. TFT/IIxlI I R SO, 1S03. 5 c. per M*.nth.  The-  Oro  P.rcgreasing.-'- en  Lady-  sniitii.  imma   and  Denoro.  The editor visited Summit Camp last       Work is being done  on   the     Lady-  weel$. sinith, about a inile below     Anaconda,  At the Emma mine a siew glory hole  has been start d near the railway on the  east of Oro Der.oro City.    This hole   is.  add directly above the slaughter house.  The shaft is down about 15 feet.      A  short crosscut is being .run to the right,  between the r:<ilwr<y and hill.    The ore', prcJiruinitrj to sinking again.  ...Thtf oni is. cuprjer-gold rock, in the  form tf-pyrites, and c&rrhspv g*<'d valuer, t...*pecit*t ily-i'M-gold. ������������������  A- 'rlie claim i&- -net mcrt than 500  ieet from the railway, a spur could ea*>*  liy be built to within a very short ,di&-  and is onlv iu a short   distance.      The   taiace. to-accomodate ore ������hipn)*_t*;  is loaded directly- hi to the railway cars  by means of a self diiriij ing l>.u\ ket.  Work is also b������ing done on the other  workings.  On the Oro Deuor������  two  glory   botes  are b&ing worked.    One is a   new   cut,  Oirth.  in up an  latter  cl  in������  the  by  other is further in.  loaded ore cars are  means of a hoist, from whence they are  dumped into railway cars.  The New*, did.not appear last  week,  &!  , ������.������  *   C.Cl  V������   A.  fr/ick'ii--  Should this turn out well it will be  rcat help to Anaconda.  j u\\ ii i.'oti 'he..ii������g -Ciir������p.  lv * lux s .aiid.-C abii;s> to ,Kcj-,i  :*��������� l ^������-  .c  (������*���������  SD/vd./CO,  ���������&,<  n>  w***������i&jie'ji������iuJt.bSi'������~i^-  .-^..A-V-....  ���������>-���������    >������������������',-If %������������������  ���������1-.  'Mil  Iff  IX  t'  W  *���������..  ��������� V,'  \iX  -ytymifry;? THE ANAOONDA NE . S  Work is progressing on the new An a-  -,;  conda bridge.  Coke is daily arriving at Boundary  Falls.  After many dlsEppointments, we at  last have good sleighing.  An entertainment will be held on th  24th at the Mother Lode Mine.  T-Ae News wishes its many subscribers a merry Christmas and a happy  New Year.  Mr. E. Jacobs left for Rossland, Nelson and Fernie on Monday's train. H^  expects to be back early in the new  \ear.  Subscription to   4'Anaconda   News"  .������& a ytsr, or .(5 i< r ticket, gctd fcrS  weeks.    By mail $1,00   per year.  WEARE SOLE AGENTS FOR���������  h^m^aU^ RiAIm f\<\rfihn Fun a   ,s-~--t,M- II      ���������   Bill   BIB      ���������   Dill    ilRltlH       HillKlVRI  THE bANL.   OF   BRITISH    NOKTM  AMERICA.  Greenwood, B.C.  6NES, REAL ESTATE,TIRE.  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE.  M( N^YTOLOAN.  .C-r������������f>v.won<i, 33. C.  Dr. E. Matbison- . ���������  Dentist  Greenwood.  Webb & Maynard.  PAINTING AND SIGN UfflKK.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS.  Copper  St.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  ^OMMEKCiH.  Greenwood B.C.  H.A KING & CO.  Dealers in,  CIGA������._, bTA  ONEKY  TIONEKY.  CONFEC-  All the latest periodicals,  i _ ���������i... .v������r#t. i^uRtfWWrSU at c������ OsrWwKS.rsWS! *S ��������� i'.^* ���������  r/j'j.-NLr-awiW.K * wjswsNCKTWftj: ���������  THE AN-A'GO/NDA NEV'S  FOR  AT  ' J^ft &PP K���������M ���������  k������  Two five room; cottages (nearly; new)  in Anacoaada. Bataroom and: pantry.  Good outbuildings and lots fenced.  Good spring, water at door. To be sold  at a.ibargain on.easy pay.nients. Apply  to JOHN LCWRY, Anaconda. B. C.  riMdttUb  The  ��������� ': Go Ltd.  Jit'st a few sugg^stionsfbr Xnias.  FANCY UMBRELLAS  FURS  SILK WAISTS  SUITCASES  GLOVES  POCKET-BOOKS  '; CART* GASES  ^i^S^aWTOPS --  ������ m&3sffi%xfibwels S -  ���������:-h.  SKATES /;,P .iW%'&^������4^&������^r WR  CULTUS  HEHE  "Soodncss, Henry! How queer baby  looks!    I think he is going to   have   a  fit".- ":  * -'''���������'  ���������'By George!    I believe yon are right.,  Where is my camera?  ' .v.   .    .';���������    ������������������  ���������;.    ;���������'.-'���������������   ������������������������������������������������������  Have you'procu'-ed a copv of our Annual News? If not, getM.f^^-y it- I'-a**  24 pages, and is bound in magazine  form. Get it today���������tomorrow may b<*  too late.  H  'is  E  Tinnix: g and plumbing.  ^OPPEKST.  jv__^ _ *���������*_ . ;���������  r?'"Hcttl Lady smith.  The only Workings airs Hotel in town  L V KR YTIIING FIKST Cl,ASS.  SlaLoMad.  PROPHIETOR  ���������P������������  HALLETT &'811 AW  ��������� Barristers.  Greenwood B. C.  THE  O.l. C,  NEW & SECOND HAND STORF  C^ppci 5..-    C rccn wood, i3. C  o.,  High &��������� Low Explosives  Gutta Percha Fuse  &  -������������������Caps-.  Electric Blasting    apparatus.  FACTORIES AT GIANT &  CLIPPER GAP, CAL, & VIC*"  TORI A B. C^______  H. P. Dickinson, Agent,  COPPER STRLE1 .  ';\1A. 7o. ���������iz.rtc<i\\zo&U.C. *  THE. A^A-.GKIA NEV S  INING NOTES.  H. Shallenberger is developing the  Don Pedro, in Skylark Camp. It shows  up a fine lead of silver-srold ore and  promises to make one of the rich mines  of the Boundary.  UN ROE  QANDY, FRUIT. CIGARS.  .���������  COPPER ST.  Greenwood, B. C.  i   ii  ;der meats.  "*. Morand and Charbon ������au liav'e bond-  ed the Champion, in Providence Camp,  to Nicholson and pardners. It has r.  number of rich vein?.  fresh fish <v ousters.  poultryX_ame.  ���������iff  T THE MEW MAH  KET.  Development work is progressing  favorably on the June Bug, in Smiths  Camp.  ���������������&'. ?������������������  * el ������  yd  m  GOOD BYE CORNS  Never see you any more. Gone forever. Tough toea once more. Step on  hsm , stand on them or kick th*n;  without squirming. That's the story  that our Lillies Corn Cure has to tell.  Only 25 cents.  J. L. WHITE.        Dispensing Chemist.  JUST RECEIMED--  A FULL LINE OF RUBBERS AT-���������  Smith & McEwen.  BEST TABLE IN B. C.  FINEST IMPORTED DR!NKS.  at ���������       ..  y,.  *- T  T/A news ad  ANACONDA  J. H. McMannus^  Proprietor.  Smith & McEae.  T-ooks.. tetationerv   Wallpaper, Etc.  | kn>t.\:s i- ^-i job Printing  .������eap R-ate. SMwfe*5t  j  >v  *1  i  p.  1/  'ffe  1"'-'  %;���������>"���������  ter  i  KBfe.v:  iip������3r*t&  *  ���������HE ANACONDA NEWS  RONBREW  /  ' iielicious���������Pure���������Wholesome��������� Satisfying- -Noi?-Alohclic. -  THE IDEAL i  liai-i  8#*'*Sr *P # w 3  i_Es  For saJe at lhf>-  Lion Bottling Works.  Greenwond. B. C.  9 m.  * an a;.  i������r$  f  FKESH FRUIT at the  South End Grocery.  TRY OUR  FIRE   INSURANCE,     MINES,  REAL ESTATE/  (jSKO.'K.'NAl>K:\   ���������- MANAGING  DIRECTOR  <gj  ty  ty  LTO  ERCo;  MONTREAL.  *  ty  <:������  ty  if  jHigh Explosives,  Blasting & Stumping Powder.<���������������  J  Fuse, Caps &. Blasting Apparatu*.^  P. BURNS & C������  Greer wood R.O 'Phone No. 2.  | FACTORY NANAIIVSO B. C. t  . W. Ednk,"  District: Manager.  NELSON.  #  A


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