(By Telegraph.—Press ';SS WELLINGTON, this day* . A conference of inspectors of mines, at M which it is expected the Minister for M Mines (the Hon. K. M.cKenzie) will pre_ '"] side, will be held next month either at the Tliamea' or'Waih'i, to discuss, matters--^* affecting the welfare of the mining industry and generally for the purpose of an interchange of ideas on mining matters. When the conference met in Wellington some years ago many practical sugges- ;.: tipns were made by the insjiectors, and. -■]< jnost of their recommendations wefe at 5| terwards embodied in tjie Mining an(j 1 Coalmines Acis. • M PROSPECTING APPLICATIONS. | As many applications aye being sent J to the Mines Department for aid to? ,• | wards prospecting, it may be stated foy ■|| general information that assistance can ■;*_ only be granted through a local body or miners' association, and applications s. should in the first instance be made to a county council, road board, or minertf . association.
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