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 Vol 4.  No 33. WEI NFSDA i\ 11LY 27, 1904.  5 c. p*?r M*nth.  I  mn ���������*...-1   SUMMER  Hottest Since lS97-S*>a  son Month. Ahead.  The past reason ha* been extraordin-  ary in many ways. Ever3Tthiug is at  least a month ahead of laet year. High  water eame in early April instead of  late in May as usual and the creek is  row down at low water. This is r.*arlv  a month before the ordinary tim* .  The first week entirly without rain  or snow in 1904 was that just passed.  The coldest night since March wpj*  June 23rd , when the thermometer got  down to 29 Fahr. The warmest day so  far was Thursday last when the mercury reached 98 in the *hade in some parts  of Greenwood. This has been and  promises to  be  the    hottest     summer  since 1897.  Another strange feature of this .suui-  mer has been the extraordinary h timber of heavy thunder  storms.      These  | to midnight following a very hot    mor-  i ping*.  The fruit season is also n-uch ahvad  of that of last year. Wc should have  a good crop of sweet corn.  TIMBERIN  Will Soon Begin on the  Helen.  At tlie Helen the shaft is now down  about 70feet. The leau is still ten inches wide and is increuMi^ in valut.  Ti.r.bersare being squared preparatory u������ timbering up the new* portion  of the shaft, which is down over .twenty f*et, with square s<~t&. Tue thirty  foot drift connecting the old shaft w.th  the new will also be limbered.  A shipment of fifty sackfe of rich or*  wasnUvC last week. It is hoped that  this ore will go at le?st ������200.00 to the  ton. The Helen promises to make one  of the richest of the  high grade   mine-*  u*u-lb can:e from about three   P.  -.���������������  ��������� of the Boundary.  ,1 TKI- '^l      ���
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I s.  ������������������; tHF/A^A^WnM.^EvTS  "*  fe^bfccripiioii.io   ���������'Anaconda &ews'*  .50  a year, or .05 per ticket, good for5  ftfeeksy  i By mail $l,00per year.  y> y  At  jTR'EAL estate,  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    INSUR  A  E  ���������S-reer wood B.C . 'Phone Nf. 2-n  .      ���������������    * ,   ���������  ��������� ��������� ���������.    **  __       -     ____ _____    * *  ;^:Creek ijjghts-Ra^fail.  July. 18th to July 24th.  Creek ht,  Monday  Tuesday.  .Wednesday;,  Thursday*  Friday  Saturday  Sunday _  Highest  MON^Y TO EC AN  Green wood," B. ( \  ft.    in | Rainfall, in  7 IVI   vs.  -VtUS*C GF ALL KINfcS AT-  Coldest  Warmest  KOTE��������� "Warmest"   in   above table  ttieansVhefrnometer i-nthe  sun.      The  'temperaturein the shade is from 10  to  15 degrees less.  HEADQUARTERS FOK  Books, Stationery, Office supplies   and  Wallpaper       '-*���������'' -'.���������  COLES & FRITH  -" ���������'..-��������� __________  GAUKCE^ WICK. vV IRE  Real S&tate.       Fire A life Insurance 4  THE ANACONDA NEWS  CUL/1US  HUBE  Some Ads.  Wantedr-A man anrJ wife to work on  & farm. They must, speak . German  and French and understand horses and  cows.  A man that never did ad; y's work- in  his life wants a position as night  watchman.  Earge dog for sale. Will eat an3'-  thing.    Very fond of chilrren. <  A CAREOAD OF  JUST RECEIVED AT THE  KBW & SECOND HAND STORE  IRON   BED>S  AND     MATTRESSES.  ____ ___ _. : .   WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR  Photo Supplies  Bocks, Stationery Wa Ilea per, Etc.  THS RUSSELL LAW cAULFIULD  CO. ETD.  OB eENT  Two five room cottages.(nearly new)  in Anaconda. Bathroom arid- pantry.  G������od outbuildings and lots : fenced;  Good spring water at door. To be sold  at a bargain;on easy payments. Apply  toJQHNLOWRY, Anaconda, B. C.  rAxmvxvxvx'Myxvpyseiqy  31  I  ?  ���������3  3  <l  _>a  'IB!  rus  FIRE  INSUR  ANCE.REAL  1 G. R. NADEN     MNC. EIFECTOR  2 COPPER ST.  > l%  I  m> THE ANACONDA NEWS  -4  I  The Silver Cloud is showing up a  nice lead of rich ore. It is one of the  most pron-ising claims in Skylark  Camp.  From the Elkhorn Messrs Souther-  land and McDonald are shipping two  cars of ore  per   month   to     the    Trail  Continued on page 6.  Dr. R. Matliison  Dentist  Greenwood.  PracticaLWatchmaker & J"ewelcr  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE   ,  Copper Street, Greenwood,   B.   C.  STAPLE & FANCY   B _J ;,_  .aynar& &. Go.  PAINTING   AMD SIGN WOfK  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS  Copper  S^.  HAL1.T.TT ������: 8II AW  Barristers;  Greenwood B. C.  THE  GJANT  POWDER Co  High and Low Explosives. Gutta   Per-  cha Fu������ and Caps.    Electric Blasting  Apparatus.  FACTORIES  AT GIANT  & CLIPPER G^~* CAL,  &   VICTORIA    @.  C.  . P. Dickinson,  COPPER STREET  AT  Smith & MeEwen  Tel'A.73.  \_rrecn wsou _������.v.  Town Lots Selling Choap  Bouses and Cabins to Rent  GARLAND  & CO.  / THK AXA<"ONPA  NEWS  ABOUT  TOWN. From page two  count of the serious illness of his father.  Building operations must soon start  in Anaconda, as almost all the available houses are taken.  i  t  At this season all should be careful a j  bout forest tires.    The woods are  very j  MINING NOTES.        From fifth page.  smelter.    It goes about S100.00   to   the  ton.  Development is being pushed on   the  Mavi ���������.-;    It has a nice lei d    f  rich   si'-  ver-gold ore.  EST TABLE IN B. C  dry and a single spark  could    do     the j pj NEST IMPORTED   DRINKS  trick. I  Mr. Henry Johnson has bought the  cottage on Tacoma Ave. formerly occupied b}r Mi*. John Lowry. He moved  his family in on Monday.  '.at letter  eel Better  ���������ep letter  When I Drink Pabet Celebrated    Beer  AT  ANACONDA  J. B. McMannus,  Proprietor.  For sale at the-  Greenwobd Liquor uo.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE  Grkexwood B.C.  I.B-F __WHB-.il.'������������������ ������.  '.srjxa:  T������y one of our &c."s.   it Pays.  THE BANK   OF   BRITISH    NORTH  AMERICA  Greenwood, B. C.  PROVINCIAL   ASSAYER  Specialties:���������Checking    Smelter     R������-  tur.is, Concentration,  Cyanide  and Amalgamation Tests.  Greenwood. B. C;  1  y}  53  3

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