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Anaconda News 1904-07-20

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 THE A^CONDA NEWS  ������������������.',mj5J.ii..!-iL-a.i. 1 ..J1 ijl.^;"_jl J-1'"  Tji.g-n     i   i.j  jum  ifuwilaiiiaawoa  Vol 4.   No 32.  WEINI'SlAl', .71 LY 20, 1904.  S*  '$#  5 c. per M*?>th,  --������������������������ "��������� ��������������������������� ��������� ���������..    ��������� ���������.!.��������� 1 ^^���������^PW  n  Visits the Lulu, Moonshine and Uncle Sam.  The editor visited three prospects this  week.    These belong to Mr. W. S.    Mc  Donald of Anaconda, and are  situated  about half  way   between     here     and  Boundary Fall** some distance up   the  mountain to the east.     The   first   aiid  nearest to Boundary Falls is the Lulu.  On this property two Holes about eight  feet deep have been sunk on   the   lead. ���������  Work is   progressing   on   the     second :  shaft and the ledge is about six  inches  in thickness at the bottom.     It  carries '  good values in galena.  The second claim is the Moonshine.  This is located next the Lulu on the  north. Three shafts have been sunk  on this prospect. One has a two foot  lead of a curious black rock which assays nine dollars a ton in   gold.        The  Continued on page 2.  Of Slag Kai_ w *y at Local Smelter.  At the I>. C. C������pper uo's smelter  work is being done on the slag rai -  way. A culvert is being*, bui.t on the  west side of the Copper Creek >duni] .  ThU culvert will consist of stone auti  large pieces of slag. A wall built of  this material has been filled in with  hot slag. Another wall will b. built on  the opposite sid*$ and a bridge coi -  strutted between. The grade will then  be extended along the hill to the south,  where the dump of th<* future will be.  The short cut between furnaces has  been finished some time. It not only  saves a long detour but admits of faster running on account of better balla** ���������  ing. Seme work has lately been dcsi*  on the copper track. It has been  smoothed out, leveled up, and ballasted. '',1  THE ANATO-NDA NEWS  AEOUT TOW  Subscribe for the News. It i������ the  leading mining papar.  The raspberry season is now on.  Wild gooseberries are also ripe.  The work of repa ing the C. P. F.  trestle u.t Anaconda was finished la*t  week.  Mr. and Mrs. McAllister, father and  uiother of J. E. McAllister of theB.   ������ .  Copper Cw. wi;i uj here lor a vi^it ot a.  month.  The garden party at the residence of  Mr. H. C. Shaw ������n Tus.ay night was  a success. It was for tin ben ifit of the  Presbyterian Church.  Mr. RobertsoM of the B.C. ~oppe- Co  will return to Montreal o*-i the 23rd.  He will then proceed to Pric? Er-  ward island for a vacation of about a  month.  HAIvl 1LT0 N  POWDER Co.  u  ONTREAL.  ^I^IJ Ii 11?  i>  ^^^sf**^^^****^**'  >High Explosives, \  Blasting &. -tumping Powder.���������  *~aps & .Blasting Apparatus.^  .    v��������� .  District Manager.  NELSON.  Summer  We have everything to assist  you.  When you need anything for the  j Baby come to see us. We oan supply you.  mm ������5.0$.  GREENWOOD,  B. C. THE ANACONDA NEWS  .>  INING NOTES  Mr. T. A. Garland, who bonded the  Lead King recently, is pushing development. Mr. Henry Johnson is in  charge.  Diamond drilling is at present going  on upon the 200 foot level at the Mother Lode.  It isreported that a thousand dollar  assay has been obtained on the Don  Pedro.  -S-^ICf-l  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE.  Greknwoop P.C.  S.BARRV YUiLL.  Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler.  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE  Copper Street, Greenwood,   B.   C.  STAPLE & FANCY���������  AT  Smitli L MsEwen.  Maynard & Go.  AND SIGN WORK.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS.  Copper  St.  ~ ��������� ���������   ���������������������������   ��������� ���������    ��������� ��������� ���������^*~ - j   - -  HAM.KTT& SHAW  Jtavristers.  Greenwood B. C.  POWDER Co.,CON.  High & Low Explosives  Gutta Percha Fuse &  Caps  Electric Blasting   apparatus.  clipper e^.������- CAL.,  !H. P. Dickinson, -Agent,  COPPER STREET.  Tel A. 73. tereewwaod BC.  Tows Lots 8@I.ing t3h$&p.  Hruses and Cabins to Rewt,  L*& ������&"���������  6  THE ANACONDA NEWS  EDITOR.  other shafts have quartz leads that car  ry copper.  Last came the IJ..cle Sam. It has a  tunnel about thirty feet longC^ut inaccessible on account of w^ter. The ore  here is galena. Mr. McDo aid hns  three other properties on this hill. We  wish him success.  From first page. j ;n Alaska, next ������te   Montana     mines,  then proceed east to New York and visit his old home in N**w England. Returning he will see the SrLouis Exposition, the mines of Arizona and finaly  San Francisco.  Carlton S Holzran, superintendsnt  of the Mother Lode, left on to wy's  train for an extended vacation trip.  He will first' visitthe Treadwell   mine*  THE BANK"OF^ B^TISH "l^ORTH  AMERICA,  ������reewwoed, B. C.  ~.  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER.  Specialties:-^Checking    Smelter     Returns, pjScfntration,  Cyanide  a*ad Am alga ma t ion Tests.  .. x*x~yx^"       v.-...,-.." . .^..���������~  Gre^ra^ropd/B. C.  Dr. It. Mathison  Dentist  Greenwood.  BEST TABLE IN B. C .  FIMESTI IMPORTED DRINKS.  ^T  ANACONBA.  J. H. McManmis.  Proprietor.  tifmture  JUST RECEIVED AT THE  NEW & SECOND HAND STORE.  I���������GN   BEDS  AND     MATTRESSES.  ���������:���������:  ':'���������< {


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