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MINING.

The secretary of the Nokomat Hydraulic Sluicing Company rsports that No. 1 opened out on a block of fivo paddocks last week, and the elevators were down to 39ft. At No. 2 and 3 elevators good progress has been made with sluicing during the past week, and the supply of water is good. Rise and Shine Co.'s No. 1 dredge worked the u*ual cut last week, under conditions similar to those of the previous week. No. 2 dredge made 16ft ahead on a cut of 170 ft. There was no important change in the character of tho ground.

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MINING., Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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MINING. Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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