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Anaconda News 1904-06-08

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 wv  ;'aa,"!awgift^,.������ffgg.- I'zwi. * w.i?v.*s. jj_i__j  '���������**"���������!"������J'-���������������������������'  Vol 4. 'No 26.  WEPNE&kA r, 31 NE 8, 1904.  5 c. p<?r M^?j i h  i^ii   i_l������^^llw   w  itft  -La'  On the fi'.elen a rich striker' -hafe    just  been made.  On the forty foot level the lead is ten  inches wide onHha average. The new  strike is in a raite a few feet above the  drift and twenty-five feet from the  shaft. An assay of a;sample taken a-  cross ten inches averaged $225,00 per  ton. The entire driit is on a fine lead  of very rich ore. Several peieea were  taken out showing.rin'tive'.gtdd awd many were streaked w it h silver. A station is bein .������ cut preparatory to sin k-  ing. Three men are working the mi..c  at present.  On the forty foot level at   the  Providence the lead was   barely   six  inches  ���������Lj width.    At that same level on   the  h?4#  m on th������ 40  ��������� ���������. --.>������������������  Hele h the ledge is ten inchea through  C\������the'average.  It is confidently expected that the  mine will be on a paying" biisi3 m six  months. The Helen was one' of th-  first mines to ship ore out of the Boun-  dary. There is no mini water at the  present depth',- making work.ng cas}.  The -shaft i* to be sunk a hundred fett  shortly. It costs but fifty cents a ton  10 take the ore to the' railway. The ������re  ,will probably by ship^ed to the Trjtil  smelter.-         ...     ...,^y.xy   The Capital Prize, on the same lead,  is almost certain to make a very rich  mine. We hope that work will be done  on it ������onn,  ���������A ��������� j ^..v,o* our uusi  u P_*S*>. TH-F ANA* l-)NJ A  N FWS  AIOUTTG1  Wild strawberries are ripening.  Times are improving vn towi,.    Business is picking up.  Don't people of Greet*word   like     to  rise at seven in the morning?  The Presbyterian Church will present  a beautiful appearance next Suiiday.  The past week has been rainy.    Onl}r  Monday (May 30)   and   Saturday    were  &  4  ������  O  HA IV! ILTO  POWDER Co.  .OF 'I  MONTREAL.    I  >High Explosives, J  Blasting & Stumping Powder. <���������  ty Fuse, Caps & Blasting .Apparatus. #  ������| .'.'������������������  I FACTORY NANAISVSO B. C. %  %        E. W. Mdiik, $  ty  ty  ty  ty  District Manager.  'KELSON-.  ty  ty  ty  .air.  Construction work on the Great Northern from Midway to Curlew is about  to tetart.  Miss-Robertson, after spending-six  weeks in the B >ur.dary, left for Montre  ?il on-Monday.  Mr. George Heron   of   Phoenix " ;has  ��������� ���������      . ".'-���������-'  moved to Anaconda and now .occupies  Mr.. Groves! .fine residence on Everett  Av������-.  THE.CANADIAN BANK OF  oOMM^RGD.  G R KENWOOP F.C.  HEADQUARTERS FOK  Books, Stationer}*, Office supplies   and  Wallpaper.  COLES &, FRITH.  Tinning and plumfeing  OOPPEKST.  t?wb>cription to   *��������� Anaconda News '  ���������i-5if  a year, or .05 per ticket, good for 5.  ���������������*'erk.s.    Jly mail $1,00per.year.  1 ��������� yr Oi-.COl  our  iii.6.       il'PiUS, .        .7     ������������������     '.V   *'      ". .  TBEANA^^PA NFWS  yyyi'TmU^  We have .some, local g. own timothy  seed for spring seeding, also a good assortment of D. M. Ferry's seed. AlII is  new stock. ���������">���������*"'  . , :S5Hith & MeEwen.  ������  1      I       PP-paa.  , FIRE.  LI FE&,    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE.  MONEY TO LOAN.  Greenwood, B. C.  ������������������ x AT  Pi BURNS &}&  Greer wood B.C  Phone No. 2.  gus&  l^y 03rditb _fay 29th.  Greek ht.  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday   ���������::  Sunday/  Highest -X  i iiwmiuiwiiiijipiiii  Coldest ';' i ������r rX  Warmest  For- tliC p?tire Stuff.  ���������<S!  Awf^iYL^ U i L. L.������  Practical Watch������takeri& Jeweler.  ;��������� - u ���������; s - '��������� -;<5fMi> forks .  ;    >-^ t-STAGE OFFICE  ���������;^ Copper Street, GBeetftpvood,   B.   C.  * i       ------������������������ '���������"��������� * ��������� *   *"��������� <  Mx  ft..'.'  I* .V]  y.   v    J.  .  ...   -      V ���������*������������������:  Becks, Stationery  Walloapcr, Utc. 4 ������������������'���������  THE ANA4?tO.X.i5A NEWS!  -*."  CUL'TUS  H.SHE  E r p' o 3*er-( fin-di n g h i s c 1 e rk as l.e e p  a t  ; >hi^<f&$k')-������������������^Look^here,, J^eyer, yow; caii^  :|���������, ^le&ri&kt&t the "i|iou.tJK^&"       ^   J-*.  Clerk'Cpeevh h'y)���������- .' ./ell, you needn't  have ���������wakenjed.;me\so coon ton thai  c  r ���������  THE- GfANT���������'������������������';���������  POWDER Co,"Q������N.  High & Low Expliosiyes  ������utta" Percha' Fuse  Electric Blasting;    ap  * -ryparatus  n*''  Delicious���������-Ir'ure���������-Wholesome���������Satisf }������������������  .; ���������'   v      iAgf- -JNojjj-Alcholic.  THE IDEAL AMERICAN TONIC.  vtenran**aaflm  * ^Fof'sale at the-  Eipn Boiling Works.  Greenwood, B. C.  ���������TENDER MEATS.  EFLESH FlSlToroi^TEES.  ^POffLTRY^^ME.  '0,  FACTORIES  AT   GIANT  CLIPPER a^!D   CAL, &    VIC-  H. P. Dickinson, Agent,  COPPER STREET.  xki a; re.  ->r������������ tcc'i vv 3.7a  _. v>.  Wetofr & Iffaj n \rd.  PAJNTING AND & I 3N WORK.  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS.  -     Cupper Stv  s  Two i ve room cottages (nearly nev )  in Auacc nda. Bathroom and pan.try.  Good outbuildings and lots fenced.  Good spring water ; t door. To be sold  at a bargain on easy pay men ts. Apply  to JOHN LOWRY. Anaconda, B. C.  itALh&it'r &;Ma iv  ^a-rristtrfs.''  ���������f  ���������*���������*  Gre������ n wood ���������_. C... '  : ;*.; ~T-rr aNxi *o>7 ha '-���������'r''r*^  5  IN ING NOTES.  Development work is progressing on  the Helen. They are cross-cut 'ing for  the rich lead  and  expect   to  strike   it  pooh.  BEST TABLE IN B.C.  FINEST IMPORTED DRINKS.  AT  Work has been started od th<* Barbara again and will be pushed vigor-'  dusly.  The E. P. U. is shipping regular carloads of rich ore to the Nelson smelter.  Development work is  being     rushed  Continued on page 6.  .NAC.ONDA.   .  J. F. McManniis,  ���������Proprietor..  Town Lois Seising ���������h^ap.  Houses arid Cabins to Rent.  UAND & C6l  ..������_c.    ~������������������s:  THE O. I. C  NEW & SECOND  HAND      STORE.  Copper St-  Greonwood, B.  C.  Dr. R. Mathison  Greenwood. I  MINING NOD S.  Fivm fifth page.  on the Trilby.' It is likely to make a  shipper in the course of a few more  months.  TI^E ANAr<5NLA NEWS  tUa.R^tl M**������^MP)inaBPPWW������nMP  < ^HMnaMWMPPPiPMMIMM  "ir-rrrar:  a  An attempt was made la*t week o  change existing standard time, to locaj  time. Clocks were ad\ a need an hour o������  Monday morning. The new time lasted but six hours as it proved too strenuous. All clocks were back at the wld  time by 3 P. M.  onverter Linings.  Ore from the Mountain Lion, Republic, will be shipped to the B.C. Copper  Co's smeltt:r for converter linings until  arrangements can be made to bring ore  down fiom the Rodrick Dhu.  irucse.  At the Bruce the diamond drill was  put to work on Tuesday. Sevwral holes  a������*a to be drilled. This is to orove the  Bruce at depth as so r, as possible.  THEDI  .,,  You  can &tt   what   you. w; n      n if  Drug Store goods   when   you   c rnc  here.  No matter how small or how large  your purchase may be satisf xction  goe������������ with each and every one.  These are some of the reasons why  ihi.*. Drug Store is the place for ycur  money.  WH.TE BRCS.        B.SFq.SgKS CHEMISTS.  GREENWOOD, "BiC.  j  .���������������'  FIRE   INSURANCE,     F^IN  REAL ESTATE.  UEOV'K. NA������E&  MANAGING DIRECTOR,


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