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The manager (Mir W. J. . Adanis) reports: .

Nbt. 4 level: Driving west from, the croistscuifc ivn' the main reof,' a further disitiaaice of 4ft wais reached, making a total distttance of 38ft fix>m the crosscut. The reef is stiill loofeinjr, well and i.«; througih a> *soo4. class of qountry. Then 1© is a nice tody of quartz on the footiWall about. 2ft Gin in width. A. sample tiaiken from this po'rtiion of the reef atfc a point from. 29ft to 34ft save the asisay value of 41s per ton. This I think i«i veiy enooura^inj? tq j?et( payable ore at tihfe levdl in the'western section..

•M>. 2 risk? em-stt: A: funther height oif 6ft wais reached, making a. total heiisiht' of 49ft 1. Thei reef is .«itilil toolcing well and shoiwft gjood mineriil mr di'caitiioiDS.

No. 2 inittrmediiate: Driving 1 from tih.o fotoitiwiall of tihe main reef a. further distiamice of 4ft was driven, making, a total of 32ft. I removed the men froan this dn'vtei to .sinlc oin Mx 2i leader in Nb. 1 initerme^iaite le\ el to protve if the shoot of .Cioi'd ia ffloiin^! doAvm., as it .showed nice SioJd-in the drive.

Sfalani" 1. in "Kbi. 31 level cmst a. further depth of 2ft was sunk. niaikin<r a total dqith of 22ft from the le^el.

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LATEST MINING NEWS. Thames Star, Volume XLVII, Issue 14690, 4 December 1913

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