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THE TIN FIELDS.

AN ENCOURAGING REPORT.

INVERCARGILL, May 28.

Mr A. E. Conlirie, mining expert from Tasmania, reporting on the Pegasus tin field, says there is every indication that a powerful lode runs through part of the fields. He sent over lcwt of stream tin, obtained in two hours from Tucker's claim, and experienced miners say it is a very rich sample. Mr Conliffe says that in all his experience he never saw more promising wash. He undertakes to form a company to work Tucker's claim, and expresses the opinion that it will be a mine when the present owners are no more.

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THE TIN FIELDS., Issue 7918, 28 May 1889

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THE TIN FIELDS. Issue 7918, 28 May 1889

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