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OHINEMURI RIVER TAILINGS.

TREATMENT AT PAEROA.

NEW PLANT TO BE ERECTED. (By Telegraph.—Own Correspondent.) WAIHI. Tuesday. Mr Kingswell, of the Paeroa-Waihi Gold Extraction Company, is on a visit to the goldflelds with the object of completing the purchase of land at Paeroa, prior to the erection of a plant similar to the one operating on the river bank at Waihi. It is anticipated that the erection of the plant will be commenced immediately, and will have, when completed, a capacity for treating 200 tons per day. The tailings will be lifted principally from the bed of the river, where they 'have been undergoing a natural process of concentration.

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OHINEMURI RIVER TAILINGS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 65, 17 March 1909

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