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Anaconda News 1904-06-29

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 _���������g  TKE AtUCCMDA KE  ��������� -      ������������������  ^'TiyWL'.-'iJK'.lL'������������������. .JL^_.!_gL  t__-_2j  ���������_r^!.-!!.gll!l..-l!l'.SJl."t'iilil,|l������"*ll*  Vol 4.   No 29.  WEI NFSDA ST. JTNE 29, 13>4.  5 c. per M*toth,  && *#      BmMm &% &$ *5%  By  Diamond  Drill in  Primrose shaft.  A large body of magnetic iron ore  has been struck oh the Primrose, one  the Mother Lode group, by the diamond drill. Several peices of the core  are almost solid pyrites, and all venr  well mineralized.. The drill was started in from the bottom of the old shaft  some time ago: Although a l������ng distance has been passed through it still  continues in ore at the present writing.  This is one of the biggest finds of the  season. Enormous qua* tities of ore  are in sight in the Mother Lode quarries, and the new find furnishes large  amounts of the necessary iron flux.  The addition to the residence of   Mr.  Caron,o:i the West Si������e,is being painted  ���������J* T?  cgreesing on the  Lawrence.  t  The St.Lawrence is being worked by  Mr. Chas. Petersor. It is on lie lime  kiln road and &s situated a short distance above the meeting of this road  and the old No. 7 trail.  The shaft is down about forty feet,  and is in ere a good part of the way.  The lead is well defined and is about  eight inches thit.k on the average The  ore is a mixture of heavy iron pyrites  and copper bearing pyrrhotite. It als������  contains pyrargyrite,  or ruby   silver.  _   ..             This'contains nearly sixty per cent of  silver. Several tons of stlect ore are  on the dump.  A car of  copper   was shipped   toda>  from the local ������melter. Jti������ getting- h^~  s-'ag-e. HOa on Saturday's  I   HAMILTONTI  ^ONTRFal  ������ Blastine-������S-Sf,.      . ^  f*IPp^ I    No mat  ^CTORY^NA |l|^������rPBrB  I    a w. jronlr    ! L.?---ot::df ^arn-swh  ff Store is ,b* ���������,_eason* whjr  E. W. Honk,  Strict M4���������ager,  z "-"-"ager. ���������_  *������������^ppp#v# p  ***-***^**#Ppp|  J J th������ Dr^ 8to������ iMUhp,"00"W,V  ��������� 11 motier. lfte P,ace for jottr  GREENWOOD, ;B.C.  L THE ANvWONTM NEWS  -*5  TIMOTHY SEED.  We have some Focal gown   timothy  seed for spring seeding, also a good assortment of D. M. Ferry's seed.    All is  new stock.  Smith & MeEwen.  i  ,.u  !NES,REAL ESTATE,  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    INSUfr  ANCE.  MONEY TO LOAN.  Greeviwood, B. C.  ������������#  P. BURNS & C������  G-reerwood B.C  'Phone No. 2.  Creek Bights-Rainfall.  June 20th to June 26th.  Creek ht.  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  Highest  Coldest  Warmest  ft.    in'flRainfall.  in  2  1  1  1  1  1  1  2ftl  1 |M  10JT  8 |W  7 It  6 If  5 |S  4iS  Total  tr.  1-4  MUSIC OF ALL KINDS  I������  29  Fahr|*or'd 11 1-2  90      "   iTo d't 11 7-8  HEADQUARTEKS FOK  Books, Stationery, Office supplies   and  Wallpaper.  COLES & FRITH.  GAUNCE & WICK WIRE  7? 4  THE- -ANA*.:ON:PA.-'N'EWS  '���������}:��������� ' tlLTUb  r\LHL   ���������   ���������/.  "Why are you crying, my little lad?''  asked the kind old gentleman.  ������������������_ooh������o!" said the boy. "Billy  Wellsrhit ftie, an' father hit the because  I let Billy hit me., an' Billy Wells hit me  again because I told rather, 'an now  father'll hit me again because! let Billy Wells hit me th%? second time."  WE ARE SOJUE������������������A������JgNTS KOk-  iieiiiliiiPeiiifie.  The best fuse in tie world.  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELD  CO. LTD.  S.BA^RYYUILt.  Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler.  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE  Copper Street, Greenwood,   B.   C.  THE BANK   OF   BRITISH    NORTH  AMERICA.  Greenwood, B..C.  TKE CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE.  Gree^vood F.C.  Delicious���������Pure���������WholesoirK���������Satisfy-  ,:    -     ing- -NoK-Aloholic.  For sale at the-  Lion Bottling Works.  Greenwood, B. C.  ������  c*5*  Esll |a  Two five room cottages (nearly new )  in A-iacoKda. Bathroom and pantrv.  Good outbuildings and lots fenced.  Good spring water at door. To be so -4  at a bargain on easy paj'ments. Apply  to JOHN LOWRY, Anaconda, B. C.  '^ala^  ^#^'^^^ 0$  *  MPS si  _.     /_���������   s*   .i_xH.  P w ^������x ^Sp  ^ ^- fifJS^*8*  FIRE  INSURANCE,  REAL ESTATE.  UFA). K. XADBM  MANAGING DIRECTOR 7^  5  THE AN AWN FA NEWS  5  p  On the .Mavis development work is  progressing.  The Bay is improving with depth.  and promises to make ;i $rhipp< r in th>*  near future.  Development is be ng pushed on the  Junebug, about a n<ik below here. It  is a well situated prospect.  Maynard & Co.  FAINTING AND SIGN  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS- .  C>pper  St.  HAL J i:TT & SHAW        "  Fan Inters.  Greenwood B. C  Continued on page 6.  :,T.~r*  ACARLOAD OF  "fl  JUST RECEIVED AT THE  NEW & SECOND HAND STORE.  IRON   BEDS   AND     MATTRESSES.  n  ' ���������l  Photo Supplies.  Becks, Staticr.ery  Wsllr;apst%Etc.  THE GIANT  WDER Co.,CON.  High <& Low Explosives  Gutta Percha Fuse  &  Caps  Electric Blasting    apparatus.  ^"/^-''%*J>^^^������^^*W' PI^^^A^*a^������ *>~*������������  FACTORIES AT GIANT &  CLIPPER Q^&. CAL., & VIC-  "        IA B. C.  H.P.Dickinson, Agent,  COPPER STREET.  Tel A. 73..  fSreenwood B.C.  fJ own Lots Selling Choap.  IJt i.ucs and Cabins to Rent.  GARLAND  <&. CO. ()  MINIKG NOTES. Fr< m fifth page.  The fortunate owners of the Dynamo  intend to resume work ir* few months  with the expectation of making a shipper.  r'Hfi A..VA''UKI>A  NEWS  runui   g well.  r,  A new aiding has been put in  at   the  .    ! B. C Copper Go's  clay      bavk     b*?lww  On the Helen dt vt 1< ptnent    w rk   ia   _ a ~   ., .   . .-. -  r . | Boundary Fails.    A   lars;e    amount   of  going ahead. It is almost certain to  make one <f the leading silver-gold  mines of the district.  fine clay is stripped and ready for shipment. This clay works well forcoiiver  ter lining**.  On Saturday the 25th the annual  school meeting was held here in the  Anaconda school house. .Mr. Kay acted as chairman and Mr. McEwen as  secratary. Mr. D. J. Sulliva������M Esq.,  was reelected trustee. Mi** Gibvm  gives good satisfaction as teacher. The  meeting was very well attended and  much interest was taken locally in the  proceedings.  Pi _ . -    First Car of Copper.  ��������� aai   T..*  The first car of blister copper was  shipped from the B. C. Copper Go's  smelter on Monday.    The converter   is  I>x\ R. Mathison  Dentist  Greenwood.  BEST TABLE IN  B. C.  FINEST IMPORTED DRINKS  AT  mmmmiL  J. _.i. 24CM  ������ *���������* *��������������� *1 ������  xl&uu, ua5  Froprietor.  feiabftcription to   ''Anaconda News"  .SCj  a year, or .05 per ticket, go<*d for S  weeks.    By mail $l,00per year.


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