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Anaconda News 1904-01-06

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 /  ..-\*i���������"  /  AM.  Yol4. Ne 4.  VIWH.H'ATf JAK.UARY   6, 12������4.  iRf!  5 c. per M*nlh.  At the B. C.'Copper Go's  smelter.  At the B. C. Copper Co's. smelter con  struction work is being pushed. #  The converter foundations are finished. Two carloads of the steel converter building have arrived at the works.  O-e of these contained light girders  and roofing. The ot^er was leaded  with heavy ateel beams. This was  brought in over th* new spur, which  has just been completed. Work is ne*>r  itg completion on the new clay and silica bins.  The excavation is finished and work  is being done on the masonry for the e-  iectrie power plant. Timbers are being  squared for the new power house.  The steel stack for the converter ia  getting well up. It U-being put together in a standing position.  Of the Providence and  Elk horn.  On the Providence many men are at  work. About a thousand tons are being shipped monthly. The shaft ia  down about 190 feet. This shaft will  be sunk about 100 feet more. Driftittg  will be .-dene obi the different level* and  the rich ore-stoptd out.  Oh the Elk horn the fone <f snirers  is being increased. Dc*vck>] ment  work is being j'usr.td and regular rhi]-  ments of high grade or .being . ma. e  to the B.C. Copper Co's smelter.  The Providence is payingregulardiv  idends. Tme Elkhcrh will probably  .*������_-?*��������� a dividend at an earlv date.  ���������as  _��������� iiw m A vu feciii* g i:bMk-p  Aicvtucs s;i ���������;_ Cabin a-io Kent.  ���������&API AN������ * CO,  s  %  s  %  ������4  1  i  I  i  I ' J ��������� E A N>AC C 2X A * E V S  ��������� .AE-OUT TCW  The best sleighiug of the season is  now being had.  Mr. Van'Boskirk,^f Ho slau eame  in en Saturday.  Among cur our recent exchanges is  the Poplar Nu^gtit.  The first carnival of the season will  be held tomorrow. It promises to be  the gayest yet held h ������re.  Mr. Edgar Asbcroft, miring engineer jf London, England: is ncre visit-:  ing his brother, A. E. A^hcroft, and  looking over the miuiiig'-nd smelting  interests of the country. He is accompanied by Mrs. AshcrOf t.  teiabfecriptiun 10   ���������'^uaconda    News'7  .i-fc a year, oi .05 per ticket, got>df off &  weeks.    By mail &L00   perye.tr.  WE ARE SOLE "AGENTS FOR  Dennal  UWIliMOU  In  tu  i  ,,., -,The;fe^st-fuse.inthe world.  .THl 'RUSSELL- LAW CATJTvEIE&4>  ""' '������������������   '" ��������� vo. LTD: '"'''- '-���������'���������": "*' ���������'  THE BANK   OF   BRITISH    NORTH  AMERICA.  Greenwood, B. C.  y  INES, REAL ESTATE, TIRE,  ���������FE &    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE.  MONiSY TO LOAN.  Greenwood, B. C.  ��������� ������������������_������  >������������������..!   ', J- It mi la..'  Dr. R. Mathison  Dentist  Greenwood.  Webb &  PAINTING AND S.GN WOi^K.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   R&PAI&S.  '���������Copper  St.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  . (&-Q.MME-S1CB.  GREENWOOD B.C.  H. A KING & CO.  Dealers in.  ���������1G ARS, fe TAT ION KkY,   COH__t'C-  TIONKRY.  All the late*l perkdicals. ������...���������r.iv.v.*.*' ���������*-..-. tTii.������^sirt.^a.K-^f!'(������������e^������71,^.*}7Jliirir.'"T;^t:������^-^;vJ-./!.>ct.-/i',v:  THE  ���������**^-*3"S*fe 71 S3.*?!*^��������� "f  _  Hi* !  WALLPAPER:/;  IN ENDLESS VARIETY., j  If in need of any, it will pay   you   to  inspect our stock.  Two five room: cottages rtn������arly: new)  in Anacon~a*i aBathioomrand^ pa4atisy^  Good spring water at door. To be sold  at a .bargain on:easy payments; = Apply,  to JOHN LOWRY, Ah ae^iKla^iBk O;^  _  S K ATI N'G  ._'!  nin&  tend  in-  BJEWp:  tt THE ANAC&NIDA; NEWS  She.���������"Is this. the^'d.^ur5,nce' agen-  cy?"  He.���������'Yes triVam,/  What/dan I   do  for you?*' ;   "'" '\'  She.���������"I wai\t :m.... insurance policy  at once.    My house Is...o/n fire.'* ;. *  Have you procured a copy of our Annual News? If: rvoj^get it wow. It has  24 pages, and is bound i:\< magazine  form. Get it today���������tomorrow may b������  too late.  _bj   n  YX\$r> *v'   S  ;������ **f*������.5 ������N    1 A_W  wp    ivii*  BS__'  Tinning and plumbing.  COPPEK ST.    ;  Hotel Ladysniith.  The only Wofki'i-ygipatrs Hotel in town  E V KRYTI !IN G F IK ST Cl,ASS.  Ohi Lofstiid.           PROPRIETOR  HALLETT & SKAVV  Greenwood. B. C;  35 6-M-  THE  O. S.  KKW.i SECOND HAND STORE.  C-oppc*  S - '������������������ Greenwood, B. C.  TH  fDER~Co.,C01M.  Sigh &icw Explosives  ���������  Gutta P^r&Jia ifuse-'&.i  "Caps  '     ;��������� '���������"������������������ " ''  Electric Blasting    ap-  .  paratu?.  FACTORIES AT GIANT &  CLIPPER GAP, CAL, & VICTORIA B. C._   H. P.-.Dickinson, Agent,  ���������  ���������   OPPER STREET.  Tji-1 A. ', ... v u������ i.n-^dl.C. THE ANACONDA NEWS  NOTES.     GOOD BYE CORNS  H. Shallenberger intends to let a contract to sink 100 feet on the Don Pedro,  in Skylark Camp. The ore is rich and  it is likslp to make a shipper.  Development work is being pushed  on the Gold Bug. It may turn out to be  a rich mine.  The tunrelis being pushed to   strike  the rich lead on the Dynamo.  OE  QANDY, FRUIT, CIGARS.  COPPER ST.  Greenwood, B. C.  .BTC  RONBREW  Delicious���������Pure���������Whcltfsomi��������� Satisfying- Non-Alcholic.  THEIDWL AFRICAN T0I.IC.  For sale at the-  Lion Bottling Works.  Greenwood, B. C.  ".& JVw" ������ i .. y\ J- i ��������� i ��������� .��������� i \ ���������    v. i . i: v Kate*  Kever see you any more. Gone forever. Tough toes once more. Step on  h*m, stand on them or kirk th������-m  without squirming. That's the story  that cur LUlies Corn Cure has to tell.  Only 25 cents.  J. L WHITE.        Dispensiwg Chemist.  TENDER MEATS.  FRESH^ISlT^lJYSTERS.  poultryTgamk.  AT THE NEW MARKET.  BEST TABLE IN B. C  IMPORTED DRINKS.  AT  J. E. McMamms,  Proprietor.  bniitii te Mcixae������  Hid.*, *fct_u<. l.cj v   V. ... i.i ;j 'feT, I:/E ANACONDA NEWS  JUST RECEIVED'  A FULL LINE OF RUBBERS AT-  Smith & HcEwen.  FRESH FRUIT at the  South End Grocery.  Qj8 w SS* ���������* w* w  3  m  m  S.-V  W i_F ^ ������^pp:  iM  TKY OUR  in  *sg  ST  *  fl'RE   INSURANCE,     MINES,  REAL-ESTATE.'  OKO.'tt. ft'A UK.\  MANAGING DIRECTOR  lYFi  ty  P. BURNS&C0  Greer wood B.C , 'Phi ������<? No. 2.  ���������HAMILTON  POWDER Co.  OF  MONTREAL.  *  ty  v  <?>  ty  ty  ty  NEW THiNGS.  From lirst page.  Another car of steel building has arrived at the railway   station;   also   the\  blower for the converter.  Steps have been put in trestle eonneet  ing the smelter ottice wi.h the works.  The total Boundary   ore     shipments  for 1903 vixre 634,426 tons.  ^Migh Explosives,  Blas'ting-& Stumping Powder. <*  ^   Fuse, Caps &. Blasting Apparatus.^  I FACTORY.NAN.AIMOB. C. ������  - ~^~^^^-~~~  ty  ���������  E. W. Monk,  District Marager.  NELSON.  ���������*  +&?+64t + +-ty4w+m1i,  M  u


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