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MINING.

Work at the \(*aiota!u mine. Thames.. during the past ueek hits been entirely confined to the cleaning up of the old battery for the purposo of recovering any gold lost during the many years of crushing. A Greymouth message states that tho Blackwater mine's interim dividend of 5 per cent., n-hich has been withheld for a few weeks as the result of the war, is being paid to-day. The following cablegram ban been sent to the London office of the Waihi Gold Mining Companv, Ltd. : "No. 11 Level, Dreadnought' East: Next 98ft, 375. Empire South. Section West: 89ft, 565. At 352 ft in Bath north cro7sscut have cut lode sft wide; course 60deg cortical." RETURNS. Riso amd Shine, No. It 360z lodwt, 152 hours. Rise and Shine, No. 2: 550z lOdwt, 132 houro. RisincSun : 390z. lodwt, 150 hours. Electric No. 1; 510/ 2dwt. 154 hours.

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MINING., Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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MINING. Issue 15656, 21 November 1914

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