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MINING.

The master of the* Golden lied dredge reports a return of 28oz for the The north drive at the low level. New Waitaia mine, Kiuiotumi. nut. penetrating a good class of country hist week. Tho reel looked well, and gold could he mvu in portions broken away. In No. 2 rise a connection was effected with the winze bv drving 10ft into the footwall. This made a distance of SO ft from the hangingwall of the mo to the footwall of the winze, which was practically all nvf formation.

The magazine tunnel at the Kuramii mine, Thames, was advanced 9ft last week, making a total of 81ft driven and 19ft to complete the contract. There was no change in the face, which was still of a hard nature. The flinty quartz showed an improvement.

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MINING., Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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MINING. Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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