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MINING

DREDGE 909 SINKS, [SPECIAL TO THE STAB ■ ] ROXBURGH, December 12. The 909 dredge, which was recently acquired and worked by a local syndicate, was found sunk at her moorings on Friday morning. She was undergoing 'repairs, and it is believed that the cause of the accident was a sprung plank. The mishap is a most unfortunate one, as the party, who are all working men, had just got on to payable ground with good prospects ahead. RETURNS. Rising .Sun : 50oz 12dwt, 135 hours. Rise and Shine, No. 1 : 470z lldwt, 135 hours. Rise and .Shine No. 2 : 350z 6dwt, 128 hours. ITmkwater : lloz, 110 hours. Electric No. 1 : 102oz, week.

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MINING, Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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MINING Issue 15674, 12 December 1914

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