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Anaconda News 1904-07-06

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 _?  Vol 4.  No 30.  WEDNESIX* Y. JULY    6, 19&4.  5 c. per M.������fath.  May Not  Beach  Low  Water Mark.  It is likely that Boundary Creek will  not reach low water mark tt all this  year below the B. C. Cappsr Go's punp  liouse.  During high Water Copper Creek  formed two new channels. Both were  cut deep into the soil and gravel. The  first is now dry and the creek flows  through the second, An imn e ;se  quantity of large boulders wtrre washed  out and into Boundary   Cretk.      The&e  i **  have so raised the levt 1 of the bed of  the creek that low watermark may be  considerably above ihat of last     year.  It will likely continue so for several  years.  Some idea of the force of freshet may  be gathered from the that several boulders probably weighing hundreds of  pounds each, and that were deeply im  bedded in gravel, have beer, washed out  and are nowhere to be seen.  Development  is    Progressing.  At the Helen development work is  steadily progressing. The > haft is b--  ing sunk on the ledge and is now dowa  about 60 feet. The lead averages a-  bout ten inehes in width, and is niuch  richer than at the time of the big strike  on the 8rh of June.  Sinking his been in progress since  June the 15th. It is expected that  drifts will be run as soon as the hundred foot level is reached. About ���������y������  tons of fine ore are sacked up and read-,  y for shipment. This ore will all go  over $225.00 to the ton. The lead, is  widening and everything looks very  promisinflr.  T~y one of our a������s.    it Pays.  <jL  4  I  l  I  5  if I    '.���������������  (rV.J      .  I1  I'  I  if' THE ANACOXPA NEWS  ABOUT TOWN  A celebration was held in Anaconda  on the fourth.  The grass is already dry at Midway.  This is unusually early.  Anaconda will likely see very active  building operations this summer and  fall.  Mr. Jas. Anderson of the Bank of P.  N. A. has been in town    for   the     pa^t j  week.  We are li' ely to have severe forest  fires this season, as it promises to ba  very dry.  The News has increased its cir^ula-  Uon to 130 copies. All the new subscribers are vd Anaconda.  Tlie circus at Grand Forks on Thu f-  duy was very well, attended. It v\as  the be.������ t show that has   yet visited   the  Boundrirv.  ty #>&&$ty$><&4 ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*��������� ���������$ $  f  HAM I LTO  POWDER Co  OF  ONTREAL.  &  ty  x , ty  ^High Explosives, ������  & Blasting & Stumping Powder, j  ty  Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatus.#  | FACTORY NANAI  I        E. W. Monk,  . c ^  ty  ty  ty  District Marager.  NELSON.  ty  <*>  You can get what you want in  Drug Store goods when you come  here.  No matter how small or how large  your purchase may be satisfaction  goes with each and every one.  These are some of the reasons why  this Drug Store is the place for your  money.  WHITE EROS. DISPENSING  GREENWOOD, ;B. C.  ���������_3  tat fc������*  .50  ybfecription to  JHF ANA/ OVf'A''NEWS  "Anaconda News"  v eeks.    By mail Sl,00per y<  ear.  AT  P. BURNS & Co  ^eKights-Haiifaii;  J'me 27th to July   3l-d  JWES, REAL ESTATE   Fl������r  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    r"-'  ANCE.  MONAY TO I<OAtf.  Green woor]   J$t (-���������  Creek ht.  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  Highest  in*^Rainfall.  in  ���������USICOF ALL KIA!DS AT-  HEAEQUART1CKS FOi^  Books, Stationery, Office  v������������������-r  ttt ,. applies   and  Wallpaper.  COLES & FRITW  GAUNCIC & WICK  i^5������  tate.       Fire & I  ������fe Insurance - H K A N .V ' *'' ��������� V .1v A   N E W S  CULT I IS   riLHL  A courtry shopkeeper latelv rece!ved  his encouraging reply fr< m -\n old lady, whose bill had long remained unpaid:-��������� '  *kD:->n't worry about my bill. Mr.  Brown. I'll owe you forever before I'll  cheat you out of it.  ������������  TJ- J  -  WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR������������������  Tlie best fuse in the world  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELD  CO. LTD.  S. BAJRRYY1JILL,  Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler.  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE  Copper Street, Green wood,   B.   C.  IRONBREW  Delicious���������Pure���������Wholesom. ���������Satisfy -  ing-  Noi -Alcholic.  THE !__&L ^EmCAN'TONIC.  THE BANK   OF   BKXTISK    NORTH  AMERICA.  Greenwood, 13. C.  ""TEE CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE.  Greukwood P.O.  For sale at the-  Lion Bottling Works.  Greenwood, P-.C,  _ib  WT  Two five room cottagts (nearly new)  in Anaconda. Bathroom and pantrs .  Gwod outbuildings and lots fenced.  Good spring water ; t door. To be sold  at a bargain on ea.������y payments. Apply  to JOHN LOWRY. Anaconda, B. C.  uml  ;~^i  FIRE   INSURANCE,     ME I  REAL ESTATE,  UEO. It. NADK*  managing director  I  ��������� ts  S  I  11  if  iff THE ANACONDA  NEWS  5  MING MOTES,  The Silver Cloud, near the E. P. U.,  has beer bonded to enteprising minirg  men. They are going on with development.    It is a good prespect.  On the Mavis M. Kane and partners  have a nice lead of rich silver gold  ore.  Continued ������n page 6.  "���������-aap-  ACARLOAD OF  ������  rni  JUST RECEIVED AT THE  NEW & SECOND HAND STORE-  IRON   BEDS   AND     MATTRESSES.  STAPLE ������& FANCY���������  AT  Smith & Mslwm  Maynard & Co.  PAINTING AND SIGN WORK.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS.  Copper  St.  ������������������-���������.   .,   |M. , ��������� ^  HA'UT;TT & SHAW  barristers.  Greenwood B. C  THE GIANT  DER Co.,CON.  High & Low Explosives  Gutta Percha Fuse  &  Caps  Electric Blasting    ap-  paratus.  FACTORIES AT GIANT &  CLIPPER G^������ CAL., & VICTORIA B. C^^^^^^  H. P. Dickinson, Agent,  COPPER STREET.  Tel A. 73. CSreenwaod B.C.  Town Lots Selling Cheap.  Houses and Cabins to Kent.  GARLAND  &, CO. __aj  THE ANACONDA NEWS  MINING NOTES. From fifth page.  The Bonnie Belle, in Dead wood  Camp, has been bo ded by Mr. Caul-  field and will be developed.  .������������������_������������������������ i '^aa a.  a ��������� ia  The Barbara is showing up well. It  has a fine silver gold lead and will soon  be added to the list of shippers.  Mr Haa*, M. E/ has returned to look  after the numerous mining properties  he is interested in. Of these the Spokane and the D. A. are likely to prova  rich mines.  Mr.F. L. Underwood and Mr. W. H.  Thomas of the B. C. Copper Co are expected in town shortly.  We have been having the regulation  July weather.  BEST TABLE IN B. C.  FINEST IMPORTED DRINKS.  AT  ANACONDA.  J. H. McMannus,  Frcpr'.etor.  Dr. It. Mathison  Dentist  Greenwood.  Tale -of GrowtSi.  DEC.  DEC.  JUNE  DEC.  JUNE  DFC.  JULY  5  20  ������9������  1900.  1901.  1902.  1902.  1903.  1903.  1904.  Our Circulation for tha  Past Three Years.  B  Photo Supplies.  Books, Stationary Wj.)1 crapsr, B}to.


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