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Anaconda News 1904-08-03

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 O Vv fe  ���������_.--_-!���������_^ .���������"������������������."i-'���������!__!________* l_.l_J_"LL!t|J'ff...  Vol 4.   No 34.  WEINPSP^t.   AI CI ST   3,   1904.  5 c. per M^ntfti.  PROGRESS  Of Development on Lulu & Moonshine.  Wor*** is steadily progressing on Mr.  W. S. McDonald's two properties half  way between here and Boundary Falls  on the. hill to the east.  On the Lulu, which is the farthest  south of the group, two holes have been  sunk oh the lead. The shaft farthest  south is down ten feet. No work has  been dene on it recently. The other  shaft is now down 15 feet. The lead is  two feet thick at the bottom and is well  mineralized with galena.  Several crosscuts h>ive been mad? on  the lead on the surface. These cut the  ledge at intervals fpr oyer a hundred  feet. In these surface cuts the ore body  ia only a few inches thick and not mineralized. However, at the depth of  fifteen feet it is two feet through and  carries good values.  NATURAL FREAK  Ls rge Tree half Spruce  and half Fir.  I     The editor found  a  curious    tree   on  I the road to the Lulu, below   htn , son.e  time ago.  The tree is a red fir about 75 feet high  and seems to be in good health. Two  thirds up the tree on the uphill s de is  a dense growth of very d.'rk spruct.  This spruce is a part of the fir, and  appears to grow from a lump on the  side of it. The tree sands on a round  mound of earth seperated from the rest  of the rnoutita r. and is not surrounded  by other trees but stands alone and is  very conspicuous even from a distance  on account of the difference in colorbetween the top which is pale yellow and  the middle which is almost I lack.  This tree is but a short walk from  Anaconda over a good road and is on  Mr. W. S. McDonald's ranch.  '.**? THE AXA< OCsPA NEWS  ABOUT TOW  ively elimb up the powt r hue to Phoenix. They report a fine view from the  top.  Mr. F. Keffer has bejn   b eaking   in  his fiery steed.    The steed   snorts     at  without  Subscribe for the Anaconda News.  Huckle berries are now ripe   on     the  hills.  Bring your jc;b work  to   the     News. ! 8tecp Mils but   climbs    thorn  Don't look at page 6. j bucking.  Mr. W. S. McDonald invested iw a j Mrs. Chas, Fair and M ister Wor-  Vieavy tea���������, a new *.et of harnea*?-, and | thington left yesterday for a vUit of a  a wagon for ore hauling. | few werks at Minneapolis and   later at  Messrs. McAlliter Sr. and J*",   has   a j Mrs. Fair's former home.  ty  ���������  ty  ty  HAM I LTO  POWDER Co.  OF  MONTREAL  ^High Explosives, %  ��������� Blasting & Stumping Powder. J  ty Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatus.^  I FACTORY NANABiUiO B. C. %  ty /-^r>s>jn_ru->-r_rj-,j-,-r ty  *        E. W. Monk        i  ty  ty District Manager  N8LSON ty  ��������� *> ������ty &&<������ -*&A ���������&$ <&ty&<%>&<&&^  E-STTABLE IN  B.C.  FINEST IMPORTED  DRINK  AT  ANACONDA  J. H. McManxms,  *'��������� Proprietor.  You will always find us in the   same  place  BROS.  -^--gll^-4-Hl^^U..anjlC-LJ'rA.:y ���������  i ������y ohcvt our a���������.    xi Pays.  'awm ,/C  *7  THE ANACONDA NEWS  3  Subscription to   "Anaconda Mews"  .50  a year, or .05 per ticket, good for5  weeks.    By mail $l,00per year.  P. BURNS & C������  Greer wood ;jB.C 'Phone No. 2.  WBBMBMBM^MaBayyMW^BMI^I^MMBBPBBP^WMBMM������_BiM������a<WWWM������K������WWi^ inn  '���������"'       "I  ���������^ ��������� " ��������� ' "  Creek Bights-BainfalL;  July 18th to July 24th.  Creek ht.  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  Highest  ft.  in'iRj-infail.  in  lvI       -    ....  5  TA  w  6  5  5  5  T  :-4  tr.  F  S  ���������j ���������   p   ���������   ���������  & p   ���������   p   p  Total      7-8  boldest  Watmest  50  110  Fahr.F<>r'd 161-2  IT������ d't 17 3-8  a  NOTE���������"Warmest'' in above table  means thermometer in the sun. The  temperature ih the shade is from 10 to  15 degrees less.  8NES, REAL ESTATE, Fl  FE &    ACCIDENT    II*  ANCE  MONEY TO LOAN  Grpftiwnnrl, _B. C.  TVIUSIC OF ALL KINDS AT--  HEADQUARTERS FOK  Books, Stationery, Offi������fe supplies   and  Wallpaper  COLES & F  GAUNCE & WICK WIRE  Real Estate.      -Fire & Life Insurance. iSl!i_rJ  THE ANA^v)Tvl^A-NEWS  CULTUS   HZUh  Jones���������"I.haye a go'qd job now."  Smith���������''What are youdoing?"  "I am draughtsman in a bank."  ''What do you have "o do?*'  *'Open and shu.t the windows."  Subscribe forthe Anaconda News.  im__J.-_-'Ul .__U. _,_��������������� ,������L-.-_--,-AlJIH ���������_>_'  ACARLOAD OF  re  JUST RECEIVED AT THE  NEW & SECOND HAND STORE  IRON   BEDS   AND     MATTRESSES.  TEST-. _i-k4-_rv  C_.i_T_-tt^T*"*! -5 _r*__e4  Books, Stationery  Wallpaper,Etc.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE  Gripekwood P.C.  PROVINCIAL   ASSAYER  Specialties:���������Checking    Smelter     R������-  turas, Concentration','   Cyanide  and Amalgamation T������?sts.  Greenwood, B. ���������.  WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR-  if. Wert I  The best fuse in the world  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELD  CO. LTD.  I  I  leaSey Investment  rust  FIRE INSUR  ANCE, REAL  ESTA i E, &  INES  r-O_-0>:wv>-'^  i  G. R. NADEN    MNG. DIRECTOR |  ���������S Cu-PPER ST. GREENWOOD \ THE ANACONDA NEWS  The Silver King, adjoining the Silver  Cloud and on the same lead, has been  bonded hy a Greenwood syndicate. It  is a promising claim.  The Iron Top in'SWylark Camp has  been bonded by the Silver K ng syndicate.    It is being developed   and   looks  c'ontinue-d ������������n page 6.  Dr. IL Mathison  Dentist  Greenwood.  S.BARRY^YUILL  Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE  Copper Street, Greenvvrod,   B.   C.  STAPLE & FANCY���������  AT  Smith & Melwen  aynard <& Co.  PAINTING   AND SIGN WORK  BICYCLE &   MACHINE   REPAIRS  Copper   S*-.  A LI-KIT & SHAff  Barristers  Greenwood B. C  THE   GIAN1  POWDER Co  CON.  High and Low Explosives, Gutta   Per-  cha Fuse and Caps.    Electric Blasting  Apparatus.  FACTORIES  AT GSANT  & CLIPPER G������,p CAL,  M   VICTORIA    B.  C.  9  H. P. Dickinson, Agent  COPPER STREET  Tel A. 73. GreenwDod B.Cr  Town Lots helling Cheap  Houses and Cabins to Rent  D  &. CO. 6  TFF ANA<OM A   NF-WS  MINING NOTES,  well.  From fifth page.  The Barbara is being opened up ai.d  developed with the intention of starting regular *hipn.ent* in two or three  months.  Mark Kay went up on the. fir** to the  Toronto to get out ore. It i* a promising silver claim.  TEE SILVER CLOUD.  Development work is progressing on  the Silver Cloud under the management of Alex Robison and Chas. Johnson. It has a fine rich lea:, of silver  ore carrying some gold and is one of  the best prospects yet struck in Skylark Camp.  !at Batter  @@l B������tt������i"  Wh.n I Drink Pabst Celebrated    Beer  _Tor sale at the-  Greenwood Liquop Co.  >  Three sizes of new  f������Sf  at the Office g  1  m  Hk*  W.   have also received  supply of the best .netal  a   large  and a good sized ; font   of   Labor  Saving*  i  and are now prepared to   do   first  i;laas JOB WORK.  *nuju.uL.umm~mm������'~m*mMW.  %*


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