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 *?"������������������  SPECIAL BOUNDARY HIGH GRADE MINES NUMBER EXTRA  Vol 5.   No 14. WEDNESDAY,   MARCH 15,   1905. 5 c. per M.)Hth  mm$ at ������yr HIi  raoe mm&%  Shipping from  the   Highland  Queen���������At the Helen���������  Coro-Canadian.  Much work is at prese.it being done  on the numerous Boundary high grade  'mines, and several important strikes  have been lately made.  On the Helen in Anaconda work will  be resumed in a few days. A sorting  table has been put up for conven if nee  in handling good sized lots of ore.  Several sets of square timber and a  few cords of firewood are on the  ground. The shaft is down about 80  feet and considerable drifting has been  done. The kad is from 12 to 18 inches  in thickness and carries good gold values.  A large number of ore sacks have  been taken up to the Highland Queen.  i fr  Wed.. March 15���������-A blast on the  slag railway yesterday uncovered a  small outcrop of good looking galena ore.  J  Continued on page 7.  Extension  of Slag Railway���������  Grade Totals 650 Feet-  See Supplement.  On the slag railway at the local  smelter much work is being done.  The completed track on the west now  extends over 350 feet from the trestle  over Copper Creek. Here it ends for  the present against a solid point of  rock. The grade is being built to coa-  tinue the track beydnd"this rock wall.  These two tracks can not beconnected,  however, until the dump has been  built out to a point even with  the   end  Continued cm page 6.  I  *.������  m  8f  If  m  I  1 THE AmcONDA NEWS  ABOUT TOWN  Subscribe for the Anaconda News.  Eent is here.    Social   doings   are  a  trifle quieter than usual.  Mr. J. R. Jackson has built a commodious barn near his residence in Ati-  conda.  Mrs. A.   E.    Ashcroft   and   children  will leave on Saturday for   a    visit    to  E igland.  H A SV1 I LT O N  POWDER  Co,  OF-  ONTREAL  [High Explosives, Blasting &StumpJ  [ing Powder, Fuse, Caps & Blastingj  Apparatus.  Mr. F. KefTer left on Monday's  train on a business trip to Nelson and  Rossi a nd.  Mr. Caron of Anaconda has move,!  part of his furniture to bis ranch,  where he will spend the summer.  Mr. #eo. Brice, an old ti.ner in th<*  Boundary, will spend the summer improving his raneh near Chewela. He  left on Monday for that place.  P. BURNS & C������  During the   Oyster  keasori,   which   is  now on, we will k>ep a supply of fresh  NK  Th������  GREAT SPRING TONIC  Absolutly   Pure    and     Unadulterated  For sale at the-  Greenwood Liqour Co, THE AMACONB&������������������ NE \VS  Ratalalt & Tei  March 6thitc(iMarch-  12th.  i ;--..C������tdest..svf -Warxfc Ml  Rainfall  Monday  Tuesd   y  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  S.-������'tur.d-':-...y ..  Sit n da v  ���������n,  f  1-6*  1-6*  M  T  | w"  It  f  s  s  Total. Wr>        1-3  Forward        8 l-3f  To Date 8 2-3  Tot.S Win. 50 1-8  C.WkJ.9-15 4 1-2  Av.T. Win. 26 1-3  C. I>. F..10-19  20  23  22  2ft  -6  22  26  Wrk    20  Rec. -19  j 'Mean   C.  i W'k'-23-  M 52  T 55  W 60  T 59  F 54  S 34  S 37  W?k 60  Rec.   98  Mean W.  W'k 50  <5K  j General Mean C  j W., Wwk       37  * Precipit.'tiori in the form ofvsnow*  Figures given jis >*rainfail^Aare ������>nly  appro3trmate.  f 8 1-3 is the percipitation for 1905  in water a>Hl was .obtata.in.ed by di-  vidii -g. the .snowior '05 (25iu^.by-3..  Abbreviations--��������� Av.-ayerage. C^cdld-^  est,D.-day,Fs-February,In.-iwch, J.-Jan  uary, Rec.-record,>S.-snow, T.-temperature^ tfot.-totalpWi-warmest, win.-winter, w'k-week.  y  F5r*e Furtiituee  1  r������������ ledsldaiis  S* *=  A^Jk^WMte & Co.  3=  S.S  _>vJ*ii- .swSm  Delivery 'to all places in Anaeonda and  Greeriwoiod.   Try dtir  ������*&  */  ii  THK   BANK t)F   BRITISH**XORTfl  AMERICA  G reenw������ed; B. ���������." THE ANACONDA  NEWS  CULTUS  HEHE  Physicians tell us that the habit of  running up stairs is apt ts cause heart  disease. To avoid this, therefore, you  should never go up stiirs in the ordi-  narv way. Eie down on your stomach  and crawl up feet first.  looksellers���������Stationers  OFFICE SUPPLIES a Specialty  & Frith  -f  ]?hone No. 33  ../  MSN  , REAL ESTATE, FIRE,  &    ACCIDENT    INSURANCE  MONKY TO LOAN    ;  Greenwood, B. C.  I. H. Hallett  Barrister & Solicitor  Greenwood, B. C.  Subscription to   ''Anaconda News"  .50  a year, ov .05 per ticket, good for 5  weeks.    By mail $l,0Qper year.  SSELL-UW-CAULFiELD CO.  SDLE AGENTS FOR  I Mill suet  THE BIST FUSE IN THE WORLD  r^_-5_-^^^V-__x&������iw-.' __&i^:s_-_-^__a_i_^_<-_s__-^^  jB@ai@y investtnen  diSin   I S*US  $  s  5  FIRE INSUR  ANCE, REAL  ESTATE, &  INES  1  ?t  I  1 G. R. NADEN     MNG. DIRECTOR |  | COPPER ST. GREENWOOD i  biz ^tsk* ^?>.?&^K7  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE  Grke'nwoood  Dr. B. Matliison  Dentist  Greenwood. THE ANACONDA NEWS 6  ILLUSTRATED   SUPPLEjMNT  SEAG RAILWAY  From page 1.  of the rock wall, a distance ������f seme  fifteen feet (see map below).  When finished the road will be  straight from end to end and will have  a vertical dump hight of over 100 feet  at the terminus.  The track ascends a 3 per cent grade  and reaches an elevation nearly eves  with the tracks over the main ore bins.  The track is built on an almost natural  site, and has but one rock cut.  Finished Grade  Position   of   Track    when  Connected to Grade.  WEST ty  ty EAST  A strike of a three foot lead of extra  rich rock has recently been mad$ ������n  the Barbara. I  k  p  THE ANACONDA NEWS  INING NOTES   ! S.BARRY YUILL  The shaft on the Emma is now down  about sixty feft. . It is expeeted that  the ore will be encountered before  Jong.   .  Pumping the Winnipeg workings  will be finished in about ten daysi  The GreM Northern will soon be  transporting 700 tons of Gra.iby ore  per day.  Read our advertisments- -It will pa>*  YOU.  Practical Watchmaker & Jeweler  GRAND FORKS  STAGE OFFICE  Copper Street, Greenwood,   B.   C.  You Cannot Have  CHAPPED HANDS  If you Use  White's Witch Haill Cream  'alaee Livery Stable  WHITE  BROS.  Dispensing Chemists  Greenwood  PHONE NO. 13  A Car of the Celebrated FIVE ROSES  FLOUR Just Received at���������  "-p-ft-ft&ffB-f   a _n_������*_r_k  ������ WffW   I.VB9  He uses  & cabins  to      rent  El  B BAB-***      AUPAB  This is  the coming town  Senlfli & ISeEwen  Phone 21  GAUNCE & WICK WIRE  Real Estate.  Fire <& Life Insurance.  ������������������-;r-'.':������<KT^.,,g>-p,-.r'?5MS':>T^Tia* TBE aNSACOMDA NEWS  HIGH GRAOE.  From page 1.  These will be us������d in pacVing down  about half a car of rich silver gold  ore. This is to be shipped to NeUon  together with a half car of Last  Chance ore. The outlook for thisprop-  erty is very brisrht.  On the Coro-Cinadiau grouo of  claims near (Greenwood the shaft is  dowr. nver sixty feet. The lead is well  defined and has   crreatlv   increased    in  OLD   COINS  BOUGHT  "       SOLD   OR  EXCHANGED  ART8N   ANDERSON  Something New Arriving1    Every     Day-  Dress Goods, Prints, Laces, Ladies' Blouses, Ladies' Golf Waists. Ladies' & Children's Shoes.  New Goods add New Prices.  RENDELL&CO.  Greenwood. B. C.  value with depf>*. The" ore is galena  carrving good values in silver and  gold.  Mr. G. A. Re *deU h s m'i-* a fine  strike on his recently bonded cJaim  near thelRav, Almost the first blast  revealed a vein of high grade ore that  promises to rival the great finds on  the Bay.    The ore is silver, gold.  Photo Supplies  Rooks. Stationerv   Wallpapef.l^to.  HE Hunter Kendrlek ������__Z21  Ask for "Tiger Brand" Boys Suits and  Odd Knicker*. Double Seated and  Double Kneed.    Our Prices ar<_  Right

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