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THE GOLDFIELDS.

•■ i . /. ■: The Exchange _.opened -to good' busi-; ness "this imprnmg , :after: the Easter vacation. ! -Prices generally were firmj-.and in several instances., were je-. As -high as" £8 16/- was'-offered for Bank of p.iit; sales resulting, and * New. "Zealand Cement changed \, hands at. higher figures, 40/- .being, paid. for. .014. issue, and, up to- 35/- for new., ' Auckland Trams ordinary issue sold at ■ Sales took, place.of- Waiiii shares at-i'So/J"at which.', price there' were" 'stilt.sellers. Grand. Junctions sold, at and ."Talismans; .up to_ 47/9., Broken ■Hills were ■transferred at Crowhs'at 4/i * In Cpromandel' -lines, Royal Oaks sold-'up to 2/-, H*aurakie. 1/-.. More attention ; was/ paid ""tod Jr...,to a . .Thames..li^es^.Kuruntus,..seUiiig at and Old Alburnias (paid , l/ 6? and Sylvias at 1/4." fia 'low-priced stocks irarisactionsVt'pok place in 'Watchmans and.Mt. Zeehans at'^SdV'...-''" '..'"'■■. ■ "' ■•' ;old AXBurcsriA.'.".:.:. , ; . eimres in AlburniaJiine firmed ;a_ little in price to-day owing-to , a telegram ■ being posted : >horn- -the manager, stating .that he-had holed-through .to tlie Sons of Freedom',tunneli- ;-^iiti . -WAITANGI GONSOZiIDATED. :~/ j The - manager -tigiegraphed ihg:- : -"2olbs; ; of- picked.; stone .from,, the rise.". ■; ■■■ '■ .;.■;...; -~,.. ..;., ..; , ittlSE JIANAGERS , EEPOKTS., , i iha-S'-ibeeii'' 'couflncd'" to fj'slhg'on ■the'hangingwali;of^the.reef.,...This rise, is now-up. 90ft. The -reef formation averages loin, of .quartz,' "'w-hich'- , carries inineraJs.- Colours of gold were got. by-, disb. tests of -the png. • iSlineral seams are dug the if ace, the country ibeing.iidce ahdesite. ' •'-•'' .' '.-•■'.■.;.' ? .. . ..flttlsinig.. Sun.—The ' contractors, started work on sth init., and iaye extended -the drive a further 12ft. ;-/The. : country con-tinues-good, and still sxequtr'es ; Urabering. Karangahafce.—The tunnel- -is -in- 597 ft. The country continues "of a most favourable mature for Teefs, -and , auguri 5T«11 for the jSor 4.reel proving equally as rich at this point as <at its outcrop on the surface. We have' recently cut through several email quartz. veins, ' the. stone -Iα which looks first class; being well mineralised, and gives toiir.prospects in' the dish..

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THE GOLDFIELDS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 89, 15 April 1909

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