Messrs J. and W. Gage report the receipt of a telegram from Reefton announcing tho wonkly returns as follows:—Keep-it-Dark Company, 191w. of amalgam from lfif) tons 5 Globe Company, 3340z of amalgam from 100 tons, includ-, ing boxe?. The TuapeVa paper understands that the Waipori Water Company haveb'en served with a writ at the instance of the Blue Spur Consolidated Company for non-completion of the sale of water rights, etc. The Waipori Company decline to complete the sale on the ground that the specified time for purehaße had expired, and that the Consolidated Company had, since making the agreement, givon mortgages over all their properties, thus decreasing tho value of theßhaies they proffer in part payment. |Bt Telegraph.] Stbnet, Juno 15.—The bulk of the Bothwell Castle's cargo has been sold to a country mill. The New Zealand wheat now in the market is selling principally to country millers.
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MINING NOTES., Evening Star, Issue 7934, 15 June 1889
MINING NOTES. Evening Star, Issue 7934, 15 June 1889
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