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MINING

The master of the Golden Bed dredge reports a return of 270z 9dwt for last week. THAMES DEEP LEVEL- 1 ;. An Auckland message states that at a meeting of the Thames Deep Levels Board a communication was received from Inspector Bepnie ordering the immediate cessation of all work at the. deep levels, in consequence of present dangerous gases. The inspector added that_ to adequately ventilate the. deviation drive and render the poisonous gases harmless was at present almost impossible. The board resolved to ask the Thames Drainage Board to reconsider their decision to etop the pumps, and if necessary to ask the Government for financial help for that purpose;

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MINING, Issue 15633, 26 October 1914

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MINING Issue 15633, 26 October 1914

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