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Anaconda News 1905-01-25

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 Vol 5.  No 7.  WEDNESDAY,  JANUARY 25,   1905.  5 c. per M*>nth  LOCAL   SMELTER  Briquetting Plant Starts Soon  New Pump  Station���������  Slag Bailway.  At the B. C. Copper Co's smelter  many new things are being done at  present.  The new briquetting plant will start  and the bins, etc., finished. The work  of lacing up belts is going on at present; and the framework for the bucket  elevator that is to raise flue dust to the  bin is nearly done.  On the slag railway the electric locomotive has beeti thoroughly tested.  The wires a**e strung from about the  middle of the main dump to No. 1 furnace. The new iron trestle between the  hill on the west and the Copper Creek  dump has been   finished.      The   track  now extends a consi erable distance  along the this hill. It is intended to  eventually run this dump to the end of  the company's property here. As soon  as the dump along the hill, has been  built out far enough the track will be  straighten* d.so as to avoid all curves.  This will make track shifting much  easier. Poles for the electric wires  will be put the rest of the way arouud  the dump soon.  The   old   vamp   station   has     been  mo\ed to the Copper Creek dump   and  jr. about a week.    The   heavy  machin  ery is all in place,   th.*   moter   set   up, ^connected up with the pond backed  up  there. In dry weather the water from  the jackets will be run into this pond  to cool. From there it will be pumped  back into the tank.  'New Steel Ore Cars  About half a dozen new all steel ore  ears made their first appearance on the  Boundary Falls smelter line last Friday.    These are of the same   capacity  Continued on page 6. ������  THEANaG������NDA news  The much delayed special edition of  the Phoenix Pioneer will be out ������in a-  bout ten days.  Mr. Chas. J. Andren well known in  Anaconda and Greenwood is now ai  Hadley, Ketchikan, Alaska.  The presert January thaw is very  pleasing to the Cascade power Co.   and  HAMILTON  POWDER  Co.  OF  MOJNTT^EAL  jHigh Explosives, Blasting & Stumpl  (ing Powder, Fuse, Caps & Blasting]  Apparatus.        ~      *  FACTORY NANAIIVIO B. C.  *_*   tst    *n/-r_-*.~-.i_  !���������     W .     __,U_li-k  District Manager      NELSON  Subscribe for the Anaconda News.  to the towns that have been ha\ ino- H  water fam ne, even if it does not look  so nice to the skaters and to the curlers.  It is expected the proposed excursion  to Spokant via Phoenix over the Great  Northern will be on or bhortly after  February 15th. The round trip fare  will in the' neighborhood of six dollars.  We g a u ra n tee  ou r  WHITE  Dispensing Chemists  Gaeen wood  BEST TABLE IN B. C  FINEST IMPORTED   DRI  AT  TEL  ANACONDA  Jos. Bauer,  Proprietor.  KS THE ANACONDA NEWS  THE  J A. K   i  b     i. V\l   ivSi i    auic i it  AMERICA  <Sreenw**>������d,B. C  P. BURNS &C������  During  the   Oyster  feeason,   which   is  nowou, we will k^ep a supply  of. fresh  ncwfaii & Temperature.  January 16th to January 22nd. '  Warm't  MINES, REAL ESTATE, FIRE,  LIFE &    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE  MONEY TO LOAN  Greenwood, B. C.        .  COLES & FRITH~  COLES & FRITH  Sriowfa.il in.  Monday ....  Tiusd-.y 1-2  Wednesday  Tbnrsda\'  Friday  Saturday  Sunday-  Total, W'k    7 1-2  Forward      30 7-8  To Date        38 3-8  On Ground 11  li last Wk 9  Increase 2  3  2  Coldest  M  T  W  T  F  "S  S  W'k   ;o  W'r  -18  Mean   C.  W'k    25  26  28  27  27  20  ^*7  M  T  W  T  F  S  S  35  36  38  36  36  33  38  GAUNCE <fe WICK WIRE  e Mar  Real Estate.        Fire ������%: 1 ife Insurance.  W'k   38  Y'r     98  Mea n W.  UK  cS6  mUbiCuFALLKiNDSAT'  2s THE ANACONDA  NEWS  CUETUS  HEHE  A German legend says:���������"First the  Eord made man, then he made woman,  then he felt sorry for the man and  made tobacco."  Why did the lobster blush? Be  cause he saw the stlad dressing.  ���������'    i-WJI---H-.il. Ji_ 1 ilj .UI-J-'CLII  i���������>_..-��������������� lu.-Lmi  TOWN  H������ uses  & cabins..-.  to      rent  GAR IA  $ SELLING  CHEAP  This      is  the com-  ^     p      ing town  D  & CO.  .filtl  erSae  Photo Supplies  Books, Stationerv ���������W������Roaper,-Etc.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE  Grkenwoood  Div K Matiiison  Dentist  Greenwood,  Yen C/^N'T forget The News.  RUSSELL-LAW-GAULFIELQ CO  SOLE AGENTS FOR  lb  ���������2  in teM f i  -������������������������������������J*  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYER  Specialties:���������^-Checking     Sm������ Iter"     .-*<  tur.is, Coruvntra tifir..-. t ';> ;������ni<:o.  and Amalgamation IVst-.  Greenwood. B. (\  .*; ^.->r._-_:_x_-K__>->c?>-K>.-^ y.-t\  easey Igwesfriien  an  1  TUB  FIRE   INSUR  ANCE, REAL  ESTATE,     &  MINES  *  s  IS  G. R. NADFN     MNG. DIRECTOR  | COPPER ST. GREENWOOD f  Xd  f  !**������  I THE ANACONDA NE WS  5  IN ING'NOTES.  Mr. Fuller has a deal on with Spokane capitalists for the Ray for about  $60,000.00. This proves that it pays to  develop prospects in Skylark Camp  and vacinity.  On the Silver Cloud development is  progressing    with    the    veiw   of   soon  ett@r  eei serai  Continued on page 6.  :^  Flt?@ Furniture  Iron Bedsteads  AT THE  Whvn I Diink  Pabst Celebrated  Beei  For sale at the-  A. Li. White '& Co.  IV  0 reenwood Liqour Co.  S.BARRYJHJ1LL  Pra ctical Watchmaker & Jeweler  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE  Copper Street, Green vvood,   B.   C.  y  Subscription to   "Anaconda News"  50   a year, or . )5 p;r ticket, g >od for  5  weeks.    By mail $l,00per year.  \.  lenna  ?Hi���������ti  Delivery to all places in Anaconda and  Green wood ������t  Try our THE ANACONDA NEWS  Wednesday, Jan. 25, 10.30 A.._.  special���������The heavy rain storm this  morning will raise the streams tributary to Kettle River considerably.  The snow was saturated with  water from the thaw so that all this  rain will be sent down the streams  as water instead of being absorbed  by the snow on the ground and  j held until spring. !~"^2T,7  STEEL ORECAKS.    Fr ������m first page.  (30 tons) as the familiar wooden top  type, but as they are built entirely of  metal will be much more^durible than  the old style car.  The Great Northern will    likely    use  a^   60 ton steel   ore   cars   on    the   Grand  EW ORNAMENTS  AT THE  Forks Phoenix line  MINING NOTES.        From fifth pape.  making regular shipments of   rich   silver-gold.  Mr. W Jeffrey, M. E., expects to  start development on the Greyhound  within a month for a London, England, concern.  Nearly all the arsenic produced in  the United States comes from the arsenical pyrites treated at the smelter  at Everett, Wash.  Do you eat Pickle?  We have 'em  HEINFS GERMAN  DILLS  In bulk at 25 cents  per   dozen  The finest you ever saw  Smith & McEwm  Phone 21  I. H. Hallett  Barrister & Solicitor  Greenwood, B.C.


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