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  2. MINING.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 756 words
  3. ARMIDALE.

    In mining matters things are looking up again on New England. The fact of over 700 ounces of gold having been obtained from 50 tons of quartz crushed a week or two ago at Glen Morrison has brought this gold-field prominently ...

    Article : 228 words
  4. PARKES.

    The past week has been exceedingly dull in business and mining, and the dry weather is blighting the prospects of having winter grass and agricultural operations. A considerable portion of our townsfolk were not a little alarmed ...

    Article : 306 words
  5. HILL END.

    THE new vein of Paxton's seems the all-absorbing topic of the place, but is is needless to say that as a "new vien" nothing can be said of it that is not mere guess-work at present. It will not be long ere more is known about it, as ...

    Article : 1,244 words
  6. THE SOUTHERN GOLD-FIELDS.

    WE left Adelong in company, having the valued escort, as regarded our route, of the mailman. Leaving the English church on our right, and crossing Rimmer's Bridge, we found our road ran pretty well on the left hand side of ...

    Article : 2,055 words
  7. QUEENSLAND.

    From the Queenslander of the 14th instant we take the following mining notes:— The news from the Northern fields during the past week has been unusually scanty, owing probably to the ...

    Article : 448 words
  8. VARIOUS DISTRICTS.

    TINGHA.—The Clarence and Richmond Examiner says that the tin mines at Tingha are being worked vigorously, with profitable results. The Great Britain mine changed hands the other day for £400, machinery and all included. ...

    Article : 1,648 words
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