(From the Dnnstan News, June 24t;%; From the surrounding gullies the newsfe erally good, but our informant states, Hweather becomes more severe, all will be O to quit their respective workings. At the'S hawk the snow lays over two feet dee|jft many are leaving in conseqnence. Fro^l Nevis the accounts are of a most cheerifT' ture. The river is turned, and, being tik|| c many places, invariably good prospectsiW;; •• tamed in the bed of the river. The surro||p gullies are known to be rich, but at prest0 ¥ : severe weather prevailing prevents thet^ being properly worked |i| The gully lately discovered at Fras*|r turning out better than was anticipataifc| : ' party is iep>rted to have brought in twoKjf weight yesterday. Several gullies in thatfebourhood are thought to be equally auriM but it is not likely they will be fairly tesj| the spring sets in. This rush is situatjggully running into Fraser's river, ten mii'M the "DuNStan. The rush to the RoarinS - still attracts considerable attention, coarsv§ gold being obtained in such quantities leave no doubt as to the payable nature;^ field. ' ■ fe» From the Manuherika we learn thattw • ings are progressing favourably. There I -- reason to believe that tr.e Manuherika| .'"■ as the various tributaries are autifero| that when proper appliances are brought| upon its golden drift its results will b| factory to those who have , invested th| .-■ and labor in their development. |
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THE DUNSTAN., Southland Times, Volume 2, Issue 2, 10 July 1863
THE DUNSTAN. Southland Times, Volume 2, Issue 2, 10 July 1863
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