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THE GOLDFIELDS.

RISING SUN, OWHAROA. The contractors have extended the drive a further 12 feet. The country continues good. MINE MANAGERS' REPORTS. Maoriland.—The Birthday section low level is in 62ft. At sTft quartz was mot with on the south by west side of the level, traversing almost the same course. There is exposed about 18 inches of quartz and country mixed, which may consolidate Into one body as the level is advanced. Portions of the stone look .very promising, showing silica and mineral. THAMES WARDEN'S COURT. (By Telegraph—Own Correspondent.) ' , THAMES, this day. At the Warden's Court John Warren applied for the Kla Ora special claim, Furn, granted; Waltangl G.M. Co., special site, Tarnru, of 4-aere. ndjourned; W. Lowrle, residence site, Punga Flat, adjourned; Golden Belt, six months' protection for -Golden Belt Extended and Tapuralu special claims, recommended tor 3 months; J. M. Aguew, 0 months'"-protection for Tairua Leviathan, granted; Tairua Broken. "Hills, surrender; Broken Hills No. 3 special claim, accepted; Bonanza, 4 months' protection Bonanza claim, adjourned for the Warden, to visit site; Kurnmii-Caledonlan Co., reduction to 4 men for 6 months, and 6 months' piotectlon for Tail Race Tramway and Machinery Site, refused. On the plaint of Paul Bocj., V. J. Paterson, and others, for forfeiture of the New Chum mineral license, Tararu. on the ground of non-compliance with the labour conditions, forfeiture was decreed, with costs £7 8/6.

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THE GOLDFIELDS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 90, 16 April 1909

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