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COAL MINE EXPLOSIVES.

AUCKLAND, November 6. The iml rn-nt of the Arbitrators appointed under the Coal Mines Act to deci<l« whahcr monobel powder is a safe explosive to use in the Extended initio. 11 tintly, was announced to-day by Mr Justice Cooper, who presided On October 1, the Inspector of Mines gave tho Taupiri Company notice to discontinue the use of monobel powder m the Extended mm© as beiii" d-iii-ermw The company protested, and the question was referred to a°bilratV,L. The arbitrators, determined that none but permitted ex-plo--hv; -ir-ii !.' n«e<l in the Extended mine, monobel being excluded from ti'-' I'-' hut if the comTinnv are unable, within a reasonable time, to pro(.nrL. V'i'ri'K' "vi)losivets and desire the use of monobel, they shall first obtain Y'i- of the Minister of -Mines, who must be satisfied that ';',,.„; ,<\- 1 '; ( • i\<;-, are not obtainable within a reasonable time, also that a-V ""''■•'■'■•'■ for thu sttfu use of monobel will be taken, and tho MirisU-i" inW in" his discretion, grant such permission, which in no case shall extend beyond the period of the continuance of the present war, or eucb reasonable time thereafter. _—-——-t

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COAL MINE EXPLOSIVES., Issue 15643, 6 November 1914

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COAL MINE EXPLOSIVES. Issue 15643, 6 November 1914

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