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 e,J5__  ews  ILL!!--.---._  Vol 5.   No 6.  WEDNESD  ���������<?"-.    4.   ,  JANUARY 18,    1905.  5 c. per M^nth  COLD WEATHER  Changes   in   Weather   Table  Explained���������Prophet's  Home   Run.  The News Weather Depiritnerat has  good reason, to congratulate its Prophet.   .'"  Last August, when the th rmomet. r  was 98 in the shade, The News Weather Prophet said that \r> January 1905  the thermometer would get down to a-  bout ���������20 and that we would have the  longest and coldest cold-snap since  1901. He argued that as the coldest  winter in the history of the Boundary-  was preceded by one of the hottest  summers known to old timers, and  that as last summer was even hotter  and dryer that this, that it was likely  t lat the present winter would be very  cold. His prophesy has come true to  the very letter.  The   temperatures    given     in      tl e  ���������'warmest" column of this week's  weather table are, and from now on  will be, thermometer in the shade*  The entire water supply in Anaconda  was frozen up during the cold-snap.  Lind Creek was frozeu entirely solid  and did not contain a drop of water  for days. Then, isonly a very limited  amount now.  At the Emma Mine.  At the Emma mine in Summit Camp  the new two compartment shaft is  down about 15 feet. It is still in country rock but it is expected that the ore  will be struck in a few more days.  In the present workings the ore is  looking exceptionally well. It has a  larger amount of copper than before  with no corresponding decrease in the  iron pe"c.M������ta������-e.  The new electric slag locomotive at  the local smelter was given its trial  run yester ay. THE ANACONDA NEWS  ABOUT TOWN  Read our advertismeuts- -It will pa}*  you.  Smith & McEwen's new store is finished and their stock of goods moved  in.  The average ternpeature for the week  begining on January 5th and ending  January 12th was 4 Fahr.  HAM ILTON  POWDER  Co.  OF  ONTREAL  jrligh Explosives. Blasting & Stump]  |ing Powder, Fuse, Caps & Blasting]  Apparatus.  FACTORY NANAIMO B. C.  E. W. Monk  District Manager      NELSON  Chinese New Year will be here in a-  bout two weeks with the usual big dinners of meats and *'cl;������cks" in Chinatown.  The present thaw has raised Kettle  River sufficiently to enable the Cascade power plant to furnish enough  electricity to rnn Boundary mines and  smelters dependant on it full capacity.    __"'. _ \ ���������   We ganrantee  bur  TE  Dispensing Chemists  Greenwood  EST TABLE I  .    "w .  FINEST IMPORTED   DRINKS  ,. ��������� " AT '.  Subscribe for the Anaconda News.  ANACONDA  Jos. Bauer,  Proprietor. THE ANACONDA NEWS  "Pi  THK BANK  OF   BRITISH  NORTH  AMERICA  _ree*iw������������d,B. <������.  P. BURNS & C������  During the  Oyster  teeason,   which   is  now on, we will k������ep a supply of fresh  Snowfall &  January 9th  Snowfall in.  Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday  Total, W'k  Forward  Temperatur  to January 15th.  Coldest      Warnrt  3-4  2  2  4 3-4  26 1-8  io JLrate       30 7-8  On Ground   9  '��������� last Wk 6  Increase 3  ~ ~ T>ate  M  T  W  T  F  S  S  -10  -16  -18  -5  10  14  22  W'k -18  W'r  -18  Mean   C.  W'k    -1  M  T  W  T  F  S  s  W'k  Y'r  10  6  8  7  12  25  28  28  98  Mean W  W'k  10  SNES, REAL ESTATE, FIRE,  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE  MONftYTOLOAN  Greenwood, B. C.  COLES & FRITH  COLES & FRITH  GAUNCE & WICK WIRE  n  art  Real Estate.  Fire <fc 1 ife Insurance.  USIC OF ALL KINDS AT- HET ANACONDA NEWS  4  CUETUS   HEHE  *'Why, Pat, for heaven's sake what's  the matter?"  "Well, sorr, I swallied a pertatur  bug, and although, sorr, I took some  Parrus green widin foive minutes after  to kill th' baste, shtill he's just raisin'  th' divvil inside o' me, sorr."  I nw. l   juiuil      ii      ' i ,iu -I-H-���������u,i   ��������� ,      ���������. iiw      ____  TOWN LOTS SELLING CHEAP  H<* uses  & cabins  to      rent  ^      This      is  the  coming town  CO.  %7  mitli  Photo Supplies  Books, Stationery   AVa 11 papt-r,Etc.  THF CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE  G i kh> wooon  Dr. R. Mathison  Dentist  Greenwood  Yc-i: C/.n'T forget The News.  RUSSELL-LAW-CAULF1EUJ C3  SOLE AEEKTS FOR  I).  mn  THE BEST FUSE IN THE WORLD  i "ft -Li  PROVINCIAL   ASSAYER  Specialties:���������Checking     Smelter     Returns, Cone nt ration," Cyanide  and Amalgamation Tests.  Greenwood. B. C  ?pi-K-������-:_-_4/-_^Jfi-2_X2-Sa-S-K6C!OC_wfiC^^  Sealey Investment  and Trust C@'y  I  FIRE   INSUR  ANCE, REAL  ESTATE,     &  MINES  3G.  fCKJ  ir/..y.stx  R. NADFN  PPER ST.  MKG. DIRECTOR  GREENWOOD g  $: HETANACONOa NEWS  1  ������5  i  3  d   is  Mr. Geo. R. Naden has bonded the  Meadow L,ark, -���������_ promising property  tit ar the Skylark. Acti\edevelopment  will he started some time before the  end of this mor.th.  At the East Chance Mr. McVicar   is  preparing to make   regular   ore   ship-  continued on page 6.  l  iron  AT THE  V  A. X.White & Co.  ^  Subscription to   "An it con da  News"'  .56   a year, or .05 per ticket, good for F  weeks.    By mail $l,00per year.  WhtrilDrink  Pabst Celebrated     Bee;  For sale at the-  Greenwood Liqour Co.  S.BARRYJ/U1LL  Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE  Copper Street,?Greenvvood,   B.   C.  jr~-  v.  ������  Delivery to all places in Anaconda and  Greenwood.   Try our  "Y  :er  r THE ANACONDA  NEWS  _��������������� Xi. C R..  Mr. W. Forster has strnck some  beautiful float on the X. E. C. R. in  Deadwood Camp. This float appears  to indicate that a good sized blind  lead of rich copper-gold ore will anon  be found, The News wishes-Mr. Forster good luck. .      ]  Mrs. Chas. Fair and Master Worth-  ington returned from a trip east on  Tuesday's train.       ' j  MINING NOTES. From fifth page,  ments before long.  The long north drift in the   new   ore  body near the main shaft at the  Moth-  ri'-   -'���������������������������  fk,������^V-< J. i*:.Jt**.t  JUTE'RE "IT"  The News  ^&&tytyty������  er Eode mine is still in very good   copper ore.  Carloads of ore   are   being   shipped  weekly from the E. P. U.  On the Silver Cloud development will  be resumed soon.  To our new location opposite  th.������ Hotel Vendome we solicit  an inspection of our new  store by all our old customers  and many new.  EL Hallett  Barrister & Solicitor  ���������I. i  Greenwood, B. C. $\  .f-JhWl  V-

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