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TautOßAPmo.—Atalegnph station has hem opetted at De Vauohelle's Bay, County of Akarot. WoMUtn OtTT.—The once famous mine on the Thames Coldfield, the " Caledonian/' was closed early in the present month, and all hands were discharged. Thr shares ia this mine stood once at £3lo,'and the tailings from the battery, during the. periods of the richest crushing!, nwd <0 bring from £fl to £Q per ton rt Wttipn | me pwool p( geveral hundred feMlNwwwfn«um«whersabout£7. The {|Wwnt lM9!«nt flf gala jwmefrom ml Jltwi m tin moil ionrishina days Hlgtwiaa <w MCounFal

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1, Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 28, 29 November 1879

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 Ashburton Guardian, Volume I, Issue 28, 29 November 1879

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