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Anaconda News 1904-03-09

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 /  z������  -t1  ���������BffifflHS  !_Fa_!_____f___?!  te='_-������������������ JUI   L���������.���������.^.i.'ia  Vol 4. No 13.  WEPNE^I'-^Y, SfAKC H   9, 19������4.  5 c. per Midnth.  In regard to waier-Ee-  Smith and Garland, to meet the committee from the Greenwood city couL-  oil.  I'M.  6"  A general meeting of the  citizens  of ;  Anaconda was held on    Meriday     tveiling in the former office of  the   B.   t .  Copper Co on Butte Ave. to discuss the  Lind Creek water problem.  A large and highly .nterested crowd  attended the meeting. Mn F. Keffer  was appointed Ghairman, and JU. A. i  Smith secretary.  It was conclusively shown by Messrs.  Tholl,,Kay, Peterson, and others that  the water supply in August and Sept������m  ber was only sufficient for Anaconda,  and that there was no surplus    curing  There has beet,   much  Erg:neers investigating the mineral  wealth < f Ecuador rtport very rich plac  er deposits of gold and platinum. In  the province of .Esmeralda-'" there are  great gravel dep^its 200feet in height  that, .when concentrated 10 to: one will  yield $250 in platinum alone,-and rich  gold values. These, enginee."*. claim  that Ecuador will be- the future--great  platinum field of the world.  the dry season,  more water this winter than usual, on  account of the late rains last fall and  summer. A committer was appointed  consisting cf Messrs   Tholl,   Peterson,  001 0? S810W.  A cross section of snow gives av*nost  curious effect. It is regularly stratified  in "diSerea^ly tinned?layers^ "The layers  represent consecutive. ' snowfall**.  Their color indicates the length i of  time they remained on the surface   t -  LcUlltLx.fi C1J ������<���������&<. b. HF AI-rU t, M A NFWS  ABOUT TOWN  Spring appears to be here.  Mr. J. E. McA-1 stcr left for New  York on Saturday's train.  Mr. F. Keffer returned from a business trip to Spokane on Friday.  The lenten reason about town is being spent on a series of quiet afternoon  teas.  It is reported ttiat the .snow on the  summit between here and Grand Forks  is fifteen feet deep.  Owing to the soft condition of the  s?iow on the summit, 1he stage did_������ot  go to Grand Forks on Sunday.  As we foretold on Feb ioth. we .hael  the f������ urth cold snap for the wiiiter on  the first, when the thermometer registered ���������1.  (9 j  71  I  3  W-  tit  ft;  Utf  & ���������vTFFANAI*.' ���������  J.A  NEWS  CULTUS   HLHL  An exasperated sergeant   drilling   a  squad.of recruits, caller  to   them     a  lu.st...  "Halt! Just come over here, all oj  ye, and look at; yourselves. It's a fin<  line you're keepiti^ isn't it!"  ���������U ������������������������ -J-J^liJI  T  High & Low Explosives  Gutta Perclia Fuse  &  Caps  Electric Blasting    ap������  pj^ratus.  FACTORIES AT GIANT &  CLIPPER GAP, CAL, & VICTORIA B. C.   H. P. Dickinson, Agent,  COPPER STREET.  Tel AV73. teree**wood P.C.  ALL_JTT& 2**1 A W  Barristers.    '  (���������.'ceiiV/OGfi B. C.  . /Webb & MayrarcL j  PAINTING AND SIGN:.WOfeK.  UCYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS.  Copper  St.  TiISTbaNKToF   BRITISH    NORTH  "   AMEE^A.  Creei-wood. B. C.  TENDER MEATS.  FRESH FlsSTsyOYSTl^RS.  poultryTgamk.  THE  O. I. C,  NEW & SECOND HAND STORK.  "'Copper St-    Greenwood, B. C.  h t \\ ft 1 ci Job !'��������� riu: ting-."   c h ea pTfciits  '���������^'y^g^^2^j_t71f'^J'*irrTiitT,YiiiM  .M1������MIIV������.AJ1.' THE ANACONDA NEWS  3  ���������subscription to, "Anaconda   News''  .50  a year, or .05 per ticket, good for5  .y������*������f������k<s; "   Bv wail $1.00   per year.       \ y  -).  npuHiifw*^*! r-*1 ������-"������������������!"���������.���������  Tinning and -plumbing  COPPER ST.   Dr..R.Mathison ~  Dentist  Greenwood.  Town Lots Selling Ch^ap.  Houses- and Cabins to. Rent.  GARLAND  & CO.  JUST BECEI^EB  A FULL, LINK OF RUBBERS AT-  Smitfc. & MeEwen.  ' p    .    .      _ **#  l'A "  29th to> 6i Snowfall.<Sunday.  Mouaay . . . .in. I *t/l"A  Tuesday  " <   Coldest -1 Fahr.  Wednesday "       Warmest 45    **  Thursday 1   " (Total Snow 14 iw  Friday  ���������< \   "..Last wk. 18 V  Saturday    trace ,{ >Loss 4"  Photo Supplies.  Books, Stationery  Wallpaper, Etc.  MINES, REAL ESTATE, FIRE,  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE.  MONEY TO LOAN.  Green wood, B. C.  UN ROE  ANDY; FRUIT, CIGARS.  COPPER ST.  ' Green^ood,:B.C.  i _ii> CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE.  Greenwood P.C  FEEBH FKUIT at the  South End ixroeery.  TRY OUR &  TH.3J'ANA<.:ONnA' NWS  ������%.  ���������3������  On the E.P.U.- Mr McVicar and pard-  ners are making regular shipments to  the Nelson smelting- works. The E. P.  U. is proving aboraKZa. The ore is  rich. Now that the tramway is comple  ted to the road they can handle the ore  to advantage.  Work is progressing- on the ftold  Finch. Under the able management  of Mr. McVicar it is likely to makt a  mine.  WE A RE SOLE AGENTS FOR   ieirsiionie.  The best fnse in the world.  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELD  CO. LTD.  U  TOUCHES THE TICKLE"  rtiio  COUGH   REMEDY,  J. L. WHITE.        Dispensing* Chemist  atfewfe-orj'cbi'rj_tta&.     thtap Riites  BEST TABLE IN B. C.  FINEST IMPORTED DR.  AT  ANACONDA.  J. H. McMannus,  Irjcrietor.  IROrMBRE  Delicious���������Pure���������Wholesome-Satisfying--Noia-Alcholic.  THE IREAL AW&RtQM TOftBC.  For sale at the-  Lion Bottling Works.  Greenwood, B. C.  WALLPAPER  IN ENDLESS VARIETY.  If in need of any, it will pay   you   to  inspect our stock. TH&? AN.Af;i>NI.A NEWS  P. BURNS &. C������  II..  V  # ������*# ^p %$ ������s^; ���������%$ ^p*  "���������*"  Greer wood R.C  *P'V,f.^p   "*>T,y  W' IP S5 SH   vHv^ ff$  FIRE   INSURANCE,     MINES,  REAL ESTATE.  ���������OiEO. K. NAUKA  MANAGING   DIRECTOR  DRUGCO.  the Pure S  ���������������  A FOOT U'F SNOW.  Fam page 1-  fore more snow covered trum. The  longer the section stays on top, the  darker is its Color. The layer nearest  the ground is 2 1-2 inches thick, and i*  much darker than the next which is 2  inches -in thicknet s. The next section j  of 3 inches, is whitest, and is sub-divided iu three ulaces. The uppermost layer, aiso the'thickest, is a shade darker  than No! 3. ...  ������������������ w  ty^  '*������������������&,'$���������*������>,  ^  HAM I LTO  POWDER O  OF  MONTREAL.  ty  <*>  ty  &  ty  ty  jHigh Explosives, ^  ��������� Blasting &Stumpirg Powder.  v   Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatus. ^  FACTORY NANAIMO B. C.  E. W. Monk,  Districi Manager.  NELSON.  ty  ty  ty  m  n  <$���������&<&$.<&^3>#������ &#<*><^ **<**���������& # W$$#$V


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