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1 correction by Hughesdarren - Show corrections

THE WEST AUSTRALIAN, CUDDING-

WARRA.

Specimens of great value have been re   ceived at the Bank of Australia in, Perth, from Amphlet aud Keating's West Australian mine at Cuddingwarra, on the Murchison The quartz is a rich brown and shows that the walls are well defined. The reef is said   to be two and a half feet wide and is good   battery stone throughout. The specimens were well marked with gold, a portion of the

stone showing the yellow metal through the     stone, whilst other pieces attempted to be

cracked wera held together by gold. Tbe   shaft is stated to be down lo tbe water level,  

about fifty feet, and a drive of over 200 feet    

has been opened.  

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