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MINING.

th" ><•■?>■; a.rv of the Xokc.nini Hydraulic Sluicing Cmpanv rrpor.c that X',s. i and - week, a.jid good pioel ,-ss has hceu made. At No. 5 the el-.-va'or was connected up. and >Ut had hen m:iiL. 'I he elevator is now down to 45! 1. A Press. .Wo, iati >n teh-co-am _ from Thames .states that, the reputed "05l liud at Whangamata is said to be a- new reef. -,'. hieb ;i«n> no to £2O per t \\>!lin;. t..[, iiilti N.'lso-. people ale said TO lie in-t.-rer-iod. I' is located r,eac Micro a. |> • r coal dep,i-.ii was found some tunc ;ij,-. At a.n c\! raordb-arv genera! mic-tmg of Did H aural, i Gold Mines, l.:d . ,-,. resolution was passed authorisim-; tiie dinn'l«>vs. to '_'! at:; an ■intion ..\er the c >nu>a nv's pro pert v. and to do all sud, a, ts ;n!d things in ~mimetic:: thei-uhli „s .-le.uid bo found neee.-,.-a: v. Kenoumir on tlic work dene in the Wat!,; in,' Decern I >.-r I\>. the mine iaanaz<-i- sta-te.-. •h.U the north criis.- eui has been advaped 2'jf',. making tli.- total distance from the .don't Lo4ft. Tho country has lirmed in nature, but ;, very favorable for the exist cmv of reefs, ami the eut is now •_',-( t.iue; wcii -over Kcvrinh lie- trend of th- Maitl.a reft* svs"ii:. In the southeast er<>.-.-.-eut-. Ivoth drives ate now licin_' earried forward. The pump an,l machine! v have l-*vn "Vithai'led, am! evervth'.ng is worki' g well.

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MINING., Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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MINING. Issue 15688, 30 December 1914

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