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SHAREMARKET.

BUSINESS DONE— N>n ZoalaiKl Crown 4 2 (>M Allium!* ip.ii.i I- , "'. 1 3 \Vai:iii-: Ciin>.iliJatp<l '■'<■* Hoy;. I llafe tront.l 1 U. 1 10. 1 ft rUi.Mll Itali ip.ii.i - Kar;ius:ih*U s 'l Ta'ru.i Krnk.-H llill • 1 - T.-iMsniHii i .iiisiilldatPd 4« n Wai:; Km, -ii.l, ,1 - II Wuiu; lv Mnm.'ii'ii KiiiK .' '■i'l New 7..-'m:;ii.il lnsaVaiir-e 7!> A;i.-kiaiiil Trauif lurd.i -- I'.s.c :'• U nhw /p:iland Orneni :w

MINE MANAGERS" REPORT?. NhiEnet. The reef in .lie rise is mnkinj ni.ire «i>lkl iiuur;z. Imt i* not carryinc s< niii.-h nilncnii. The i|ii«ru looks kimllv an.l .lilfins the week -A few ooln,r.< of gulniTr seen in the -olid sfone. There i- no mi much mii: in ;he hiinsinewall. and thl' mar nllo« i lv- mineral se.-im n..«- in th. snmlsn.iie on fbe lian:;ins«:i I] t,, strik' into the ouiirtz. Waltnu'-i I oiuoiidsteil. Rl«lns on the hauscliiK-wall in Hi- wes!»rn s.-ctl-m :n tU. low level N *till In prnpress. The rise 1 now up U'Tfl. The c,,im;iy still looks well li. Mi- i>{ n first-.-lass de«.-rlptlnn for go!.I \Vhe~l c.iimp.-tion is made witb So. I' drive an iuteiniediale l-'vel will he stnrted. eas m i.H west of the rise, tv open up tn-.. block cif ground 7.".f1. .-a.-h. A sturt h.T< lieei m.Kle t.> sink iln ihe »astern drive lo mw> the rise. At So. ?• level the contractors hay 9t:ut<',i to sink the winze. Knrangnhake. Tlie Taukanl li-vel is ii SSTII The coiimrv for the last HJtt. ha liep;i very hard and difficult r<. l>reak. hut much l.e'iter clns.s of country In now hliow ing in the fa c. The tunnel is n"w 3Srt. p.is th- No :t r<"'f. mid fro rathe flow ..f whip lssutuK fr-.u the f.HT. anrl the .luniher „ quartz lenders mineral veins shnwfn/: the ininager is of opinion thai th' No. reef will soon he f> hand. M.>imr Zeeh.-ni. The .-ontractn:- report having ■•lit ,i reef 2ft. wide of tin.-ioiikiii ore. Sample sent to Awklaud for n«s-iy. \ -iiiuple of the reef. 2ft widP cut o Friday last, containing highly mineralise ore was .t-sayed by Mr. A. F. Firth, wli T't rl.iv thp a>say value per to t<. be £1".-, 1-I*. Komnrn [leef.-. The rep-.rt for f-.ii ■ weeks i ndpd Kehrimry L'ntl). st.iies that ;i No. * level. No. - reef In rhp drive nor' If therp is any rppf eiistinc In Thnt diro< tirtti. A crosscut is ,ilso l)pjnff drlvpn p.-i = 1 a- No. S. l,»vpl. ■■■> <-m No. l r=ef at. ;i p.,!i, ftnifr north of thp shaft. Th» .Irivc no:-. . on No " reef v .\ a fi level has bp-n stoppp for the present. At No. .1 Ipvpl No. 1 re. in the drive north is 2ft wide, and worth i; HZ per ton. The best ore is ou ihe wet wall. As No. 2 reef. In the drlvp north n No. r> level is verj- sm:ill. the drlvp Iμ • bc<?n A. winze Is beinju sunk o » So. 2 ree.f at No. 5 level, near the face c . the drive. The reef is 4ft wide, and wort - fl 15/ per ton. The drive north at No. , re»f at No. 4 level has been stopped for th preaant. A winze Iβ being sunk at a. poll

700 ft north of the shaft at Xo. 4 level on No. 2 reef. At No. 2 level No. 2 reef in the rise is 121 n wide. There is some good ore. but. as the reef is small, the rise has been stopped. Stoping. —No. 1 reef at No. 6 level in. the first block north is 4fr wide, and worth 30/ per ton. There is some fair ore iv this block, but it is mixed with mullock. No. 1 reef, a- No. T, level, second block, is 4ft wide, and worth 30 per tou. H is very much mixed with mullock. Xo. 2 reef, same level, is 4ft wide, and worth 30/ per ion. No. 1 reef. No. 4 level, second block, is oft Hiii wide, nnct worrh 30.' per ton. No. -J reef, No. -t level, first block. i 3 sft n-ide. worth 3<">' per ton. but the ore requires sorting. No. 1 reef No. 3 level, third block. I? Sift wide, worth SO' per ton, bnt requires sorting. No. 2 reef, same leve! se-oml block, is oft wide, and worth £1 16/ per ton. At the Smithy level. No. l r»ef in th» second block is 4ft wide, aud u-ortli 30/ per ton. There is not m.-eh or P left ai thnr. block. At the Hopper level. No 1 reef in the second blr.'-k is ofT wide, and worth SO- per ton. The ore is very five from mullock. Phoenix.- -Purine the n-pt. weather the engine hnrl a thorough overhauling nnd cleanirc. The last three days : , bit of Jossicking with the dish has been done, a lirtle free gold being obtained ahuusr everywhere tried. Talma Dreadnought..-A stun has been made tn advance the drive a few feet further, with th.. hop., that I'J.irksnu'fi reef,' nißv lie nhc:vd. The uiniiHKT thinks tti« reef should he inon- iv thi- S.E. of the present workings. Ko.val Oak. -The is up L."i feet. No. I , srope is 12 fe t -t west of the rise and h;is got hiti. ii belt i.f cuod uiinernl country. The reef is very rich. Tin- average size ot the reef Is U inclies.

STANDAHD STOCKS— Sellers. Buyers. Hank .if N.-w y.oaiaiiri .... 177 '> .. 17:iH N'ati .::al P.:ilik V'T '> . . 1"". » N<>w Z.-a!aiii1 Insurant 7'' :< .. . >• P Smith British Insurant .■■!"• .. ."•" 6 S::u..l.u.l ln = .r.-;....o 2-) !» .. ?'> •'. y.X. iiii. I lUver 1'l.nc '■'■+ 'J -• M " Hlkiirangl I'oal ■ • 17/9 Northern «'oal (l'">- p.u.i .... 13 0 .. Ki.'fl Tiiuptrl Coal . . 1« 0 .ViH-kland <;»<= -'-' fi •• -■ Au'-kianrt Ua« inftvi »M n .. inn t'nion *t>-:im«hip .. -V.fi Northeru Stpniiiship ip.n i 14 ;< .. N'.Tthrrn StiMinsUlc I'-.nH i « B .. B 1 Uevoupori. Steam Ferry .... 31 " .. -- Kami TiiuNiT iji.n ' X". '1 .. Kauri Timlior ii-«nt.i 14 l<1 .. 14 s rnrker. I.hiiiI) i'B t> . . Auckland Tramways tprff.i • ..219 Aii.-klainl Tiamways n>nl.i 22 :i .. ■.'Iβ l> s.<'.. l.lmiicii '■'• 4 .. .".2 Grey aud Mctizi»s lord.) .. On .. — H'.ll aud I'luiuiner -ID .. — N>»• ZPnl.uirt femPlil tllPW .".'111 .. 32 0 N.-w Z-alnnd Omer.t 4"'c .. :ts n N.Z. l'npt'v Mills .. L'l 9 Tonson Garlick Co., Ltd... 18/0 .. — WUoman and Sons lord.I .. 12.n .. 11 -j Wilson Oinont iprof.i .. 37,0 Wilson ffiiM-ui lord.I .. 37 3

MINING STOCKS — Sellers. Buyers. Kiiranni M .. Oβ Kiirainii-Calcdonlan l> l<) . . << <> May yuppii l.!« ■ ■ 1 « New Sriila 1 p - ■ • 1 ; i OM .MlMirnia ip.u.i 1 s .. i .-, Old Allmrn'.a μ-oiim . . i> 11 Pax-n 1 '■' ■- 1-Vi.-roiia " * ■• <•■•"> \V:llotHhl 1 10 . . IS Wnlranu! * '■' ■ •" ~ Bln<-kiTat<»r -* " ■ ■ i'..ns..|ul-lts.l ('■•ihltiel'ls IS '1 .. |iu I'rotrr— Mill- »« . . 1"! HR'.iraki Frpeholil i>4 .. o 2J old Hanrnkl Mlnfs 1 I . . o 10i Koyal u.ik ip.n.i 111.. I in Hnvnl n»k cnur.i IT- . . Is Crown 4 4 . . 4 'J C..ra-t..rk " •-• .. I'll K.iruneahnV.' i> V* .. «'ii .roin.i 0.3* .. iV-j TH'.run Bri-kMii Hill« 12 . . 11 Ta'.nia Tr:nni[.h f> 14 - . "I Talrnn «»lili»ii Hills a :! .. 41ii Tairu-i K-..f< i>4 .. H3 Talisman CnsolHln ted 47 o .. 4<». >.i •\Vailii IS-" 1 '> ■ ■ IW <' Waihi H'-arli " 4J . . i> 4 Wailii Kxtpmlo.1 3 <> .. I' 11 Mountain Kins u-ont.l f>04 .. 0.7! New Walrala 1" .. "S Grand .lnnrt|..ii 2» 'i .. 2» U

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SHAREMARKET. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 83, 7 April 1909

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