RESIDENCE SITES ON MINING AREAS.
, ■ - .'. I WAIHI WARDEN'S DECISION. : a (By Telegraph—Owu Correspondent.) WAIHI, this; day. || ■ In the Warden's Court to-day an im. 0 | portant decision was given regarding tnir subdivision of residence sites objecte. ; 1 to by the Grand Junction G.M. Co. 01 . - the ground that the sites in questio,,,----e were required for mining purposes. r The Warden said he agreed with courd sel for the applicants that the groun ft consisted of unalienated Crown land r and that he had power to grant «eßor ~ notwithstanding the working oi trie .w. ing Act regulations, as quoted. He «* ' sifered that he should be satisfied tWf the ground was actually required ■ t fc mining purposes before upholding the c a jectiof, and. In this respect the widen " was not conclusive. He pointed out tn. I the company was not prejudice a, !&£ d cause the ground was already held un< 1 residence site license. He disn_is=ea objections without costs.
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