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Anaconda News 1905-02-08

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 Vol 5.   No 9.  WEDNEvSIiA?,   FEBRUARY   8.   1905.  5 c. per M������>nth  ICE  HARVEST  From Boundary  Creek  Good  This Season���������Blocks  8 Inches Thick.  An extra large harvest of ice was  gathered this winter as the re.suIt < f  the two cold snaps of January 7th to  13th and January 29th to February  2nd.  During the last freeze ice cutting  was going*- on all along Bound ry  Cr< ek. A 1 rge quantity was taken  from the pond near the Eholt railway  trestle for the use of the Elkhorn  Brewery. All the iee used in' Greenwood came from the former channel of  the creek near the C. P. R. station. A  small amount was cut from the creek  near the Anaconda railway trestle for  private use during the cold snap of  January 7-13th. The next large crop  was removed from a point some distance below the former smelter   pump  house for the vse of the Anaronda  Brewery. Lastly, a large amount was  cut near the lower C . P. R. trestle f<r  P. Burns Sr Co's slaughter house.  Most of the ice removed had a thickness of nearly eight inches.  Chinese   Fireworks.  On Monday night a Chinese celebration was held at the store in Anaconda,  where from 15 to 20 Chinese live.  A big supper was followed by fire-  j works consisting of rockets and the  much more artistic ''clacks" shot off  in Chinese fashion. The small crackers were festoon ad from the roof of the  two story building   in   graceful   lines  Continued on page 6.  ���������j - ''  ��������� ���������'...''    ,"���������'?���������        ���������"' ��������� {-.���������������������������'��������� - .��������� ���������- ->���������  Bonk������@ii_>r_;���������������fati@H8i'������  OFFICE SUPPLIES a Specialty  Coles & Frith  'Phone Ho. 83  im--n_n THE AN*\CONDA NEWS  ABOUT TOWN  The Boundary Creek Times was very  "Newsy" last week.  The breeze yesterday afternoon  brought down the needles from the  trees like hail,  A good snowfall would improve the  sleighing and assist materially in.thawing the iee-like snow now on the  ground.  Mr. Mark Madden of Chicago is in  town looking at the ii.ie ore body on  the 300 foot level at the Providence,  making- arrangements for new work on  the Goldfinch.  HAMILTON  POWDER  Co.  ������������������-���������~.������������������ OF _  ���������  MONTREAL  litfh  Explosives.  B;a*������*: ny'& Stumpj  'mij-T Powder, Ku>p, <   aj>s ������& BIristiiijj  \)i]);i"'Htns.  FACTORY NANAIMO B. C.  E. W. Monk  T'istricr V!      a ���������..������������������ <-r       NELSON  The ladies of the Boundary Falls  church announce a social for tonight  at Smith's Hall. Many tickets were.  sold in Greenwood and Anaconda.  The proceeds are to go towards the organ fund.  Wegaurantee  our  WHITE    BROS.  Dispeu <i,! g Chemists  G-ieen wood  BEST TABLE IN B. C.  FINEST IMPORTED   DRINKS  AT  ANACONDA  Job. Bauer,  Proprietor. 3  THE ANACONDA JSKWS  Snowfall & Temperature.  January 30th to February   5th.  Snowfall  in.  Coldest  1   Wa  rm't  Monday  *  ������  ���������   ���������  M  -<f  M  24  Tuesday  ���������   ���������   ���������  ������  T  -12  T  15  Wednesday  ���������   ���������   ���������  W  -17  W  12  Thursday  .  ���������   *   ���������  T  -8  T  10  Friday  ���������    *         a  F  14  F  23  S.������turda.y  .    .    .    .  S  9  S  28  Sunday  ���������    ���������    ���������    .  s  8  S  29  Total, W'k  ���������    ���������  ���������  W'k  -17  W'k  29  Forward  45 1-2  Rec.  -18*  Rec.  98*'  To Date  45.1-2  Mean   C.  Mean W.  < >n Ground  8 1-2  W'k-  ���������IH  W'k  20  t4 last Wk  9  Decrease  1-2  1  i  * -Rec. -18" and uRec. 98" here  mean the record low and high temperatures observe, since The News  Weather Department was started, in  the summer of 1903. ;;Rec.. 98"' means  temperature in the shade.  ** The week ending February fifth  is the first this winter without precipitation.  Fine Furniture  Iron Bedsteads  AT THE  A. L. White & Co.  v..  GAUNCE & WICKWIRE  Real Estate.        Fire & 1 ife Insurance.  US8C OF ALL KINDS AT- THE ANfc\CONDA NEWS  CULTUS  HEHE  O'Rourke    (who    is    being     lowered  down a well)���������"Hold on,   Oi    want    to  come up agin."  Finnegan���������"An' what prior?''  O'Kourkj���������"None   av   yer ' bizness.  If you don't   shtop   littin'    me    down.  Oi'll cut th' rope."  -IL.-J. -   TOWN LOTS SELLING CHEAP  RUSSELL-LAW-CAULFIELD CO,  SOLE AGENTS FOR  ii's M Percho Fuse  THE BEST FUSE IN THE WOULD  Ho uses  &' cabins  to      rent  This is  the coming town  GARLAND   &.- GO.  a  I  Photo Supplies  Rooks. Stationery    W.-illnap^-r, Etc.  TH E CAN AD IAN BANK OF  COMMERCE  *���������'������ R K R v W   X)'H������  PROV.NCIAL   ASSAYEH  Specialties:���������Checking     Smelter     R.  tur.is, Concentration.   Cyanide  ���������ii id Ania ijjj-a mation Test*.  Gi'een w< > )d. ii. < '  r/^c������^;_->^i>;_C'.;j_>:.'.-__i*;^^ :-.-i  i  Dr. R.Matlii^oa  ���������������������  Greenwood.  Yi.i:  C.N'T furg-.'f.Thv- News.  I  n  3  FIRE   INSUR  ANCE, REAL  ESTATF,     &  -MINES  i  .K  >*  ���������31  j$ G. R. NAD FN  g C������ -PPER ST.  MNG. DIRECTOR |  GREENWOOD % THE ANACONDA NEWS  MINING NOTES.  On the Dynamo development will  likely be resumed as soon as the snow  goes off. We can look for it to begin  shipments in the fall.  The Rattler, s rich silver gold property situated opposite Spencer's ranch,  is to be developed in the spring or early summer.  P. BURN.S& C������  During  the   Oyster   Season,   which   is  now on, we will*jf;ep a supply  of fresh  It  wl-Pa  iiwliwl  Seep Better  Win n I Drink  Pa bst Celebrated     Beer  MSN  LIFE  , REAL ESTATE, FIRE,  . ACCIDENT    INSUR-  .'���������-������' iti .���������������* ������__���������  MON^Y TO EG AN  Greenwood. B. C.  Subscribe for the Anaconda News.  Don't look at page six.  .For sale at the-  Greenwood Liqour Co.  .BAfy?YJfUI LL  Pi a ctical Watchmaker & Jeweler  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE  Copper Street, Green wcod,   B.   C.  JT  V.  enna  lake  ���������\  Delivery to all places in An aeon da| and  Greenwood.   Try our  reamery ^Butter  r T*TE ANACONDA  NEWS  FIREWrORKS.  Fro.n page ode.  ending in giant crackers.     The   effect  was as of a fountain of fire.  This was the first night of scaring  away the devils. More is to follow at  the Greenwood stores toward the end  of the week. The coming vear should  be a lucky one.  Two men are now employed at the  B. C. Copper Go's clay bank below  Boundary Falls.  The beautiful illustrated issue of the  Phoenix Pioneer was r**cei\ed at The  News office last week.  Do you eat Pickles?  We have 'em  HEINZ'S GERMAN DILLS  In bulk  at 25 cents  per   dozen  The finest you ever saw  tnifh  Phone 21  THE    BANK  OF   BRITISH   NORTH  AMK^CA  Green wood, B. C  Boundary Falls Smelter.  The second furnace at the Boundary  Falls smelter blew in today. Two  trains of ore went down on Tuesday.  The morning tr-iin consisted of 16 cars  of ore, or about 480 tons. The second  train was of four ears, making a tot-T  of over 600 tons. This looks like business.  Some new ornaments (two shown a-  bove) and 6 point Century Expanded  Type received this week at The News  office.  Try us for Job Work.  I. H. Hallett  Barrister & Solicitor  Greenwood, B. C.  _-B__H  ran


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