THE HUNTLY MINES
A Court of Arbitration to inquire whether monobel powder may be used with safety in the Iluntly mines will sit in Auckland on Thursday. The steamer Prophet is expected to arrive at Auckland from Newcastle tomorrow with 250 cases of explosives for the working of the Huntly mines. The inspector of explosives (Mr Butcher) has promised to do ail in his power to facilitate the landing of the consignment and its conveyance to Huritly. It is therefore expected that the explosives will bo at Hiwtly by .Saturday, and that work will be resumed in the Taupiri mines on Monday-
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THE HUNTLY MINES, Evening Star, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914
THE HUNTLY MINES Evening Star, Issue 15635, 28 October 1914
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