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Anaconda News 1904-04-27

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 ���������*���������._&���������! XJi  Vol 4. No 20.  WEI NFSI'-a i\ AFKuL 27, 1904.  5 c. per M^t3ih  achmery Nearly  All  in.  At the B.C.  Copper   Cc's ������me1ter    a  great deal of converter machinery   has  been received.    The tracks for   ine big  t ravelin .jcrane arc in   place,  aid    th<-  trucks for the same have been lifted onto the tracks.    A large and heavy  derrick has been put up in readiness tolift  the body of the crane and   other     machinery into position.    Several pots for  conveying molten matte   and     copper  have arrived, also some   iron     girders  and beams.    All the converter     parts  are in.    A te*xiporar3T railway has been  built to carry machinery from the C. P.  I������, cars to the back   of  the     converter  building.    Several ingot cars are here  for carrying and loading copper.     The  elecric meter fcr the big crane is in, alto ste*. era! c thcr kinds cf electrical ma*  I chroery.  The work of unloading  and  erecting  this 'machinery will be rushed. All the  foui dations are finished, both in the  ror verier ar.d new electrical engii.e.  rot m.  revfefenci  At the Providence rich ore has been  struck ow the 300 foct ltvel. It is turning out a fine mine, and will now be a-  ble to ship a carper week of rich silver-  gold ore.  or������ Floods  - Continuous'fd ins last week brought  the creek up to flood bight again. Although at its liightfct this time the water was two feet one inch below the  high water mark of Friday the 15th, it  was yet much higher than any time  last year, and nearly as high as year  before h fat.    All the low  places   - wcie  Lenin.tud en p������ge 6. AECLTTCW  The road to the Bruce is in very   bad  condition. J  Green strawberries may now be seen.  Thoy will be ripe in about three weeks.  The first six page issue of ihe Poplar  Nugget has been received at the News  office.  Miss Robertso.i of Montreal   arrived  here on Saturday.    Siie will visit   Mrs.  "���������I V A J- /������ i I "J A. iiEWS  McAllister.  Mr. J. Caro'n, of Ana'carda, left f. r  Halcyon Springs on the 23rd. He w as  afflicted with a severe attack of rht ti-  niatism.  The Presbyterian Church was crowr'-  ed on'Sunday to listen  to   the     specif'1  service to theCreenwood lodge 'of Or������l  F������ ih'ws.    Miss Gsunce and Mr. Whi** -  >.id<  sang t-he beautiful   duet      *'L*ra   ,  Kindly Light."  4+tytyty4\4ty  _ J   KJ   ,H     ���������, rAiNTfNQAN'D SIGN WORK,  Webb ��������� MaynardT  ���������  ���������  POWDERC^.  MONTREAL.  ftigh Explosives,  Blasting & Stumping- Powder  Fuse, Caps & Bl*rsth.^Apparitt,.s ���������  mCYCLE & MACHINE REPAIKs!  ^"1 per. St,  I       E. W.JToni.  ty 7  ^ District Manager.  f .'.",-, NELSON.   ���������  ���������������������������������������������������������������������*������ p*p*4.<M>������p������.^pp#<l|'  fGR SALE OR REHT.  Two five room cottages (nearly  new)  t i ���������    '.x   x, ��������� P       V ^ '  in pi������^'-wda.B*������thr< om and pantry.  Gotd'Outbuildings and lots fenced.  Good>������>ring water at door. To be sold  at a bargain on easy payments. Apply  to 30HNLOWRY, Anaconda, B. C.  1  Tir e ir g audplt mbi%  .-OprjsKST. '.1    . a.',; /i.  jlHF J>>A������ ������ ' j a KEVS  1NINQ NOTES  The Klkhorn is shipping rich ore reg  ularly to the Trail smelter.  At t-h* E. P. U. they have a fine  leaf  of rich ore, but on account of the r������ ad.*-  beirj; washtd   out,    sT ibments   to   th.  smelter here will be delayed for a shor  time.  5  Try one of our ar.s.    it Pa ys.  F MM EST IM PC RTE D  .     '.    "���������     ''     -1"' "AT.::.  At the Helen dovelopmert work.''u  progressing and or. rich in gold^is be-  sacked. s V  MACO&OA..  ���������J.P. McMannn?  Proprietor.  Sabtecripticn to 4,Anaccrda News'*  .������C������ a year, or .('S per ticlct, gt.������ d fori  weeks.    By mail SI.00   per year.  ~~THE  O  NEW& SECOND  HAND     STOKE.  Copper St-  Grjeowcod, 15.  C.  DRUG CO.  For the Pure StuC  TIMOTHY SEED.  We have some local grown timothy  seed for spring seeding, also a good assortment of D. M. Ferry's aeed. All i*  new -stock.  C  mith & Itslwch. 6  /^  1$*L- ANAtrtfo 1,A :NKWS  '   ni ii""i' i'i laiTaTijiT*'  5  sr  . fur   ,  'VBfeP.BUGS.;V^  You can make any day \ ou choose  "moving oay''��������� for bed bugs .f you  buy a bottle of  BED BUG BAKE.  Quick, convenient, A sure death to  these pests.    It's guaranteedi    ,50 c.  t  I  %  _s  MORE FLOODS. From first page.  flooded but no serious da mag* .waj done  thia time. The foot bridge at the Denver Ave  crossing ln.s be������n repaired.  r/GBlk. A_i  3S1I  I?  The Greenwood curling club and  their friends enjoyed th<m*������elvcs immensely at the dance held last might in  the Masonic Hall. There was dancing  and curds ur_ti: twelve, when luncheon  wa fr serve din the hall a b* ve.  Mr. Shaw, president of the club,   presented the prizes won during the   w h -  ter.    Thereafter dancing con tinned until dawn;  Mr. Cftmj bell of New Y< rk is beirg-  shown jtbroiigh the Bousidary by Mr.  Law nf Greenwood.  FIRE   INSURANCE,  REAL ESTATE.  ., ������:.K. NAWE&  HAttAaiN-G DIRECTOR,  WE AKJS BllX;^ AGENTS FOR-  fuse in tie  e  THE KUSSELL LAW CAULFIELP  CO. LTD.  i-y ci.col our ^0  xt i a\s.  I


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