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    Leaving the workings, described in last week's issue, our party ascended to the top of Mount Bischoff. The outcrop here, composed of ferruginous tin ore, looks splendid. A trench or cutting in the hill shows where ...

    Article : 2,539 words
  3. Queensland.

    The total yield of gold at Charters Towers last year was 109,653oz. lldwt. 22gr. This is the largest return as yet obtained in one year. The total quantity of gold crushed during the year 1884 was 51,486 tons 3cwt. 1qr., yielding ...

    Article : 920 words
  4. Mudgee and Gulgong.

    In mining, the contractors for the erection of the machinery at the old "White Horse claim ate making splendid progress. The proprietors have promised them a bonus if the work is completed satisfactorily within the given time, ...

    Article : 339 words
  5. Parkes.

    The gold obtained from this field for the past year, I am pleased to say, shows an increase of nearly 400 ounces over the previous year, the total for the year 1884 being a trifle under 3000 ounces; another fact must be borne in mind, ...

    Article : 663 words
  6. The New Goldfield.

    In reference to the new goldfield discovered on the Johnstone River, the following telegram has (says the Brisbane Courier) been received, via Caims, by the Under-secretary for Mines from Mr. Warden Towner:—"Arrived ...

    Article : 268 words
  7. Victoria.

    Since the holidays (says the Argus) the stock and market has been active, s good tone has prevailed, and prices have had an upward tendency. The course of the market in the principal companies ...

    Article : 824 words
  8. Copeland.

    Work is again being resumed after the holidays in the mines. Some of the miners have been to Sydney and others to various parts of the colonies to meet their friends and loved ones, with whom they wish to associate at the ...

    Article : 460 words
  9. Selecting Reserves.

    The appropriation of reserves by speculators selecting them for tWining bud other purposes is not passing without tame protest. In the municipal council of Ulmarra recently, the matter was referred to, having been brought before the ...

    Article : 115 words
  10. Barmedman.

    It cannot be expected that there will be much a ining news after the holidays, as the majority of the miners have been away from Barmedman, but work proceeded 88 usual at the B. U. Gold-mining Company, end the newly appointed ...

    Article : 437 words



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