and Mnraroa from Dunedin.
The amount of rovnnuo collected at the Oustom-houso on (mods cleared to-day for consumption was L87317s 6d. The Wellington merchants have agreed to raise the, price of Auckland Company s sugais from L 37 10s to LlO, according to quality. MINING NOTES. The Gallant Tipperary Company obtained a cake of 2r/Jo/. from 1711 tons. Tho Cromwell Company have secured the services as manager of Mr Tauscko (late of Boatmans). Our Arrowtown correspondent wires: ‘‘Th» Gallant Tipperary Company’s cake hj just down. It wrighs ?590z Idwt of retorted gold from 173 tons of stone. Two hundred tors of stone are now in a paddock ready for crushing, but tho severe frost has stopped the machine for tho present. The Sunrise lease at Advance Peak is still working, and will keep on all the winter, although it is o,oooft above the sea level. Reid and M’Dowoll, three days ago, packed up on horses miners’ provisions to the Peak. The hardest frost hero for twenty years has been experienced this week.” A company, composed mostly of Duredin men, has been formed to work the claim on tho shotover Hivcr lately taker, up by Mr A. Boot. It is to be a dredging claim.
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COMMERCIAL., Evening Star, Issue 7939, 21 June 1889
COMMERCIAL. Evening Star, Issue 7939, 21 June 1889
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