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MINING.

The master of the New Golden Run dredge reports a return of 670z 18d\vt for 132 hours.

The Ross Goldtields manager reports that during the week ended the sth hist. No. 7 level, west drive, reached out 156 ft. and north drive 182 ft from No. 7 platform. At the face, of the. north drive it is intended to rise to test, the wash immediately above. No. 1, south-west, ha? been extended 6ft: No. 2. south-west, 15ft: asd No. 5, south-west, sft in low-grade wju.li. The face of the north-west blocking strip off No. 1, south-west drive, has advanced 40ft in par wash. Blocking is being continued off Ncs. 2 and 3, southweafc drive, and in one face of old workings. _________

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MINING., Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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MINING. Issue 15646, 10 November 1914

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