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STEWART ISLAND TIN MINE

ci » "l (PKR PRKBB ASSOCIATION.) pl ______ 0 Wkllisoton, February 28. The Minister of Minoa receiva 1 the fol- ' lowing tolograni from Mr MoKny, Assistant Gcologiet, Invorourgill, regarding the tin d Bcovery : — ' Payable oharaoter ol alluvial tin deposit not yot proved ; rooke * aro mica nohiat, quart zite, and gneiss No r true quarlzite as yet has been observed. V It m r«raarkably different to tbe root of 8 country and may prove granite. The ore ' bands have not been sufficiently opened * yet to afford means for ju gine whether it ' is payable or not. It is belioved paying ' loaes will be found . The country is roagh to proßpoot and difficult to get throngh "

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STEWART ISLAND TIN MINE, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2076, 1 March 1889

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STEWART ISLAND TIN MINE Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2076, 1 March 1889

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