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 1  1  -31  ~Jk   <2**i?t. ������f"**  U... J-l'L  -1 ������sy**  ������_ dfe  53BS  Vol 4.   No 39-40.      WEDNESPa ?.   SJPTtMFIKV,    1<<M.      5 c. per M.>nth,  IMPROVEMENTS  NEWS PROPHET  On   Blag  Railway    at  Local Smelter.  At the B. C. Copper Go's smelter wary changes have been    made    on     the j  slag railway.  For ������vera month the Copper Creek  dump has not been used. It is no longer necessary for the locomotive to trav- j  el around the loopsiuce the completion  of the short cut, and having the track  cut,greatly decreases the labor of moving it. Formerly when the track required moving it was cut and each end  shifted sepe atly. Then abort pieces  were put in to join the broken ends.  This made many short lengths of rail  and a consequent roughness ������f tracks.  A grade has been started -long the  hill on the west and a ballasted track  will be laid over the Copper Creek  dump to this grade for a future slag  pile.  I  Says le wiil  have   a  Cold Winter.  The News weather prophet frays that  the coming winter w.ll be one of ex-  trt me cold.  The winter of 1896-97 which will long  be remembered by old timers as being  the longest awd cold.-; t in the history  of the Boundary followed after the hottest summer on record here. This summer has been nearly as hot and dry as  the one refered to above, and it is likely  that we shall have a winter to match  that of '96-7. While the miow will not  be as deep now as then owing t������ the  cutting of the timber and consequent  increased evaporation, **e may expect  great cold.  It will be a season of profit to the  skating rink manager and the ice man,  also to the man that runs a hay #������me  grain store. T"f^F A*SAr<'-5&*J>A NEWS  Ai CUT TGlfeN  More new type arrived at The News  offiee this week.  There is a great deal of typhoid fever  in town at present.  In spite .of heavy rains last week the  roads are again . usty and the foreatsa-  gain dry.  The heaviest frost this fall so far was  on Friday l-iat   whew the   thermometer  LTO  %  Co.  EAL  i  I   XT  High Explosives,  B1 ast i n g Sr S t u ru pi ra g Powder.  Fuse, Caps & Blasting Apparatus.  FACTORY-NANAIMO B. C.  E.'W. Monk  ^E: _cs:  District Manager  NELSOJC  reached 26 Fahr.  The editor of The News h*'s again  been on the sick list on account of eating green corn and inhaling too mtich  editorial gas. No News appeared last  week for thi" reason.  Mr. at?-d Mrs. F. Hew^r < f Fosslavd  ^ere in Greenwood over Sunday. On  Motsday they went up to tit Snowshoe,  w h re Mrs. Hewer will v *it a few  weeks before re turn irg to Mos land.  BEST TABLE IN  B.C.  FINEST!  ������5/*% S^''i:" S*T FT***  IP* ^? ������"^ _   K- %J  R.NKS  AT  _2  "tiFwrs  s ta__y  Proprietor.  FRESH  In season always in stock at  Smith. & _c_wen  f THE ANACONPA  NEWS  s>  Subscription to   'Anaconda News"  .50  a year, or .05 per ticket, good for5  wejeks.    By mail $l,00per year.  URNS & C<>  During the   Oyster  feeason,   which   is  now on, we will k.-ep a supply of fresh  Creek . ights-RainfalL  August 29th to September 4th.  Creek ht.  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday"  Saturday  Sunday  Highest  Coldest  Warmest  NOTE-  ft.    in.I Rainfall, in  1 1-4  1-4  O    1*3 ��������� * * ���������  0   in.     JTotal    1 1-2  40  Fahrk<>r'd 173"4  85        "    |To d't 19 1-4  "Warmest"   in  above  table  means thermometer.in the shade. "-5"  means 5"iaches bslpw low water aarK  INES, REAL ESTATE, FIRE,  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE  MON&Y TO LOAN  Greenwood, B. X,  ICOFALL  D SAT-  CO  COLES & FRSTH  COLES & FRITH  G AUNCE & WICK WIRE  ./! n n  Real 5kt~te.       Fire ~ Life Insurance. HF ^FM'^M^   NFWS  CL Li L'fc>  B-LLE  From the Journal of Jones���������Feb. 29th.  My brother is very lucky. He was  going down the street and fell in a coal  hole. He sued the city for ten thousand dollars, and :^ot it. I was going  down the street; I fell into ������* coal hole  and got arrested for .stealing coal.  .1 w-_!!_-������ i :������ .>. '-a���������_.���������_. _i...i,-i'.'.j������_  HALLETT & SHAW  Barristers  Greenwood B. C.  S. BARRY^YUSLL  Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE-  Copper Street. Green weed,.' B.   C.  You will always find us. in the   same  place  WHITE    BRO   '  DISPENSES CHEMISTS  ������REENWOCU  R  Hi  sv<y i  i^__  a  FR0VSP.C3AL   ASS&YER'  Specialties:���������Checking    Smelter     Re'  turns, Concentration,   Cyanide  and Amalgamation Tests.  Greenwood, B. C  V* K ARK SOLE AGENTS FOR-  Photo Supplies  Ho-ptks.  Staticisst-tv  1*fx}^apcr,B"tc,     j  'Biwioruoi  Tlie fcest fuse in the world  THE RUSSELL LAW CAULFIELD  CO. LTD.  ^KX_������SZ-_X>  ^m  oi* -������_^_-i^h_V-, ,ck>cO->;:--. ���������/���������jwa-a w/vvx-vv^  i ^      _g _**-.������ _?_gJS< _SBfc._&fe3b-_t _0fe BAA  E  aiey mvestmen  2 si  t^a  I. ���������<*_������* f������i  FIRE   IN3UR  ANCE, REAL  ESTATE, &.  flllN  G. R. NADFN    MKG. DIRECTOR fell CuPPEl'ST. GREENWOOD  i--s_'. iV..������ ������--x^ ��������� .    ��������� *%��������� *������������������ .-^������������������.- ���������\y������* ���������."������������ ; .������*,    ������s, ���������������������������-.���������* w ������������������ _. : ������v ��������� ������ _ ������������������ .������j _.    pci i*v|i -'.���������V. , ���������  :'l  I THE A*pA������.'<V8T>A NEWS  I  Development werk on the Bay Ls being rushed. It is tu niigcut to be a  rich mine. A trial car of ore will soon  be sent out.  On the Silver King development i&  progressing favorably. It is looking  very well and will shortly make a ship-  meat.  r  >. 5"  fc������  WhvnlDriMk  Psbst Celebrated     Beer  WmrtmT\iitnfUiKfifi%4aaa  For sale at thfe  Gtieeiiwcod Lienor Co.  Or. the Silver  Cloud   the   machinery  installed two weeks ago is working ve  Continued on page C'.  fTHE CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE  GRFiEKWCC-O F.C.  T  ���������/crt Co  CONSOLIDATED  High and Low Explosives, Gutta  Perch a Fuae and Caps. Electric  Blasting Apparatus, Etc. EJtc Etc.  FACTORIES   AT  GIANT  &  CLIPPER  G^83  CAL.,  &   VICTORIA    B.C.  J               COPPER STREET     r "*  ��������� Tel A. 73,.,-������������������������������������-       '""������Teen wood B.C. e*fcr������- *&HM:*J&&*Jl.   .fcf-W*^  MINING NOILS.  ry well.  FrVHs fifth page.  Development work on the Mavis is  progressing rapidly. It has a fine  high grade lead of silver gold ore and  looks very well.  nccfteis.".ry. The accideat fallows closely upon another where the injured man  1 r_*ke his leg in the glory hole.  The Phcen^x Pioneer states that the  Boundary Fulls smelter will blow in a-  gain about the first of October.  Sad -Accidents.  On Monday7-afternoon, while barring  down rock after a blast at the ������ni������na  mine, Mr. Wyatt was caught by a falling roek and his arm injured tosuch an  extent that amputation  waa   abaolutlf  _  Mr. McVicara^d part) ers have sold  tk?������ E- P. U. grou;> of rich mines to Mr.  Wm. Ilanter for a large amount. The  mi^es will now be worked or. a larger  scale tlian heretofore.  Creek tights-Eainfall.  September   .5th to Sej t< n.ber 11th.  Creek ht.  Mow day  Tuesday  Wednesday  ft.  THE BANK   OF   BRITISH    NORTH I Th������r*^^y  -4  -4  -������  AMERICA  GrftwiwocM^.B. ������.  Dr. B. Mathison  Dentist  Greenwood.'  'iowji Leta Celling' Cheap  Houses and Cabins to Rent  GARLAND  & CO.  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  Highest  Coldest  Wannest  -3  ���������PUP  -5  -5  -6  in.  "Rainfall, in  ;M  _T  W  F  Is  s  (Tvjtal  26  8)  Fahr.f^or'd 191-4  |To d't 19 1-4  The table printed above   is   for     the  past wtfek.    See page three   for   table  for the   week ending   Septen.br    th������  fourth.

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