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MAXm JUNCnON. FUB&HER aMHJO^EMENT. r (By Telegraph.—6wn Correspondent.) j ;.; ■ ; ;this day.; Further Important developments sire reported' in 'the 'Grand : Junction. iA Ibody of .quartz ias jbieen intersected in the crosscut ton *he.'-inorth' side 'of the. ghaltto-No.o level. Mβ. -distance"of'Sfift; from the shaft ..the lode litts "been, jenetrated for three -feet, no wall showing. Th identity , of the 'ore hody as iunknown: High ore is showing Jin the face' of .the Koyal'lpde 'id ithe -western Vend i>f *the croßs-icut. .••■>'» .■ -- •■■ ■<■ .-■ ' - ■>; • NEW iREEF OUT. .. Q?he 'iollowing'--telegram Jias been received from "the mine superintendent:— ■'Jfo. 5 level crosscut north,; at ,24 cnt new reefj present ■width 3 .feet; -low grade.. Have not bo far met- WitK"the footwall." . jv -; -•i '• TALISMAN CONSOLIDATED."""T ") '(By Telegraph.—Own <Cori«spqndent,) this aay. ; I ; The ! the iFalisman: Consolidated Company has sent 'to London .the cabbie: — ; "Np. 12 level south, progress 27:fi;, J«ef 6ft .wide, ■Value 3; low.. Have -reduced the water ia the .Shaft 25ft." v '■':) KOMATA KElffiSl The Sollowdng informaJtion 3iaa "been jcabled to the London office of the K:o----mata Eeefs Gold Mining Gompany: "We are crushing 80 tons per day, and the value of the ore is 25s per ton. Hiere is mo improvement in the, develop-, ;ment-work;" . ■■%■ ... v ,:: ■

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THE GOLDFIELDS., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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THE GOLDFIELDS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 0, 17 April 1909

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