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MINING.

STOP PRESS ITEMS.

The Red Jacks dredgo has closed down owing to heavy floods. Success return: 240z 13dwt, 104 hours.

PATRIOTIC AND WELFARE ASSOCIATION

It has been ar ranged by the Employment Committee that 12 men are to be put on to afforestation work on Tuenlay. Another hitch has occurred in connection with the tlartin- of work on the Leith wall. The Harbor. Board have communicated with the City Council notifying them that the work must be carried out under the supervision ol the board' 6 engineer; and as Mr Blair Mason will not return to town for some days, it is impossible to make a start. This is a severe disappointment to the Employment Committee of the Patriotic Association, and to tho men who woro ready to go on to tho work.

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MINING., Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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MINING. Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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