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THE IE AROHA GOLDFIELD.

(by telegraph.)

.... A' pigoorigram fronv Te ’A'roha says the township is desert ed. , There men are all out prospecting the ranges/ There are a number of applications to the Warden for prospecting.areas, and claims are rapidly being taken up. There , -is a feeling, in favor of the district, and the men are satisfied with ...the prospects. Scrip shares in the Prospector^ 1 Claim are at a premium of Is. 6q.‘ Other companies are being formed. Ahl/amalgamated public meeting is to bo called to urge Government to make a road through Komata, or send a detacher) ent of ■the Armed Constabulary to protect the workmen-i bf the 'County : Gouhctli O'A. demand.has been made for a telegraph station at Te Aroha,

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THE IE AROHA GOLDFIELD. Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 202, 27 November 1880

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