HARBOR DREDGING FOR GOLD.
INVERCARGILL, November 2. At Riverton to-day Warden M'Culloch was asked to grant applications to dredge the harbor for gold. The Harbor Board offered no objection, provided the work was carried out in accordance with certain conditions, but the Acclimatisation Society objected on the ground that the Aparima River had been specially set apart for fish culture, The Warden was of opinion that harbors are exempt from the provisions of the Mining Act, and postponed the applications,
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HARBOR DREDGING FOR GOLD., Evening Star, Issue 8054, 2 November 1889
HARBOR DREDGING FOR GOLD. Evening Star, Issue 8054, 2 November 1889
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