Xew AVait.-iia.--Iu the north drive at No. 0 level tlie.-e are now eight inches of solid quartz, which has crossed over from the j hnugingwall of the reef, besides IS iuches of soft reef formation, made up principally of j silica veins ou the hangingwnll. Theie is a small patch of good country in the face. aud if this continues the manager thinks | payable values should l>e obtained shortly. I The reef has a decided underlie to the west. I In the rise over the intermediate level the reef has pinched since list break-down, when some nice blotches of gold were seen. Complex Ore Refining Company.— Mr. A. Ft. Flurrher, secieturv "to the Complex Ore Refining Company, writes: ••! have just received a letter from Messrs. Thorp and Maekay. complaining that an error has been marie iv the report published on last. It should read. - Tie report from , Messrs. Thorp and Mnckay re "Incognita" property was approved.'" In the report the name "Silverstream" appeared. Kapowai.—The low level has been driven a further distance of sft, and Is now in the | 1 vicinity of the point where Ihe lode should 1 he intersected, if the strike and dip as I showing iv No. 2 level remain constant. The i | country iv the low level Us lying very flat. and the manager thinks lhat no doubt the : reef will dip with it. The flint mentioned jin last report is striking at right angles [across the face and also lying very flat.
The Waihi Extended has bought the whole property of the new Maratolo Company, which includes a 40 stamper .battery, cyanide vats, agitators, etc.
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THE GOLDFIELDS., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909
THE GOLDFIELDS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909
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