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    Since silver-mining has attracted mere than ordinary attention from speculators in this colony, the results obtained in the mines of America are often quoted in illustration of what may be achieved here. Doubtless ...

    Article : 554 words
  3. Parkes.

    Messrs. Wilkinson and Slee, Government Geologist and Inspector of Mines, have been here this week, and here arranged fresh areas or reserves for prospecting—one on the western fall to the Billabong Creek, near Clarke's; the ...

    Article : 211 words
  4. Managers' Reports.

    The Basaltic Gold-mining Company, Tumberumba, October 31.—The 55-feet level tunnel has been driven a farther distance of 11 feet, making a total length of 63 feet driven. No change to report; rock still hard, and ...

    Article : 1,484 words
  5. Queensland.

    The latest news concerning the Croydon gold discovery shows that there is nothing to warrant a rush. Water has nearly run out, and what there is is a distance of five miles from the locality. There were only 19 men on the ...

    Article : 580 words
  6. Barmedman.

    Jackson's reef has been again let to tributers, and is now occupied by Franchi, Steffani, and party. Remarkably rich gold has been obtained in the Fiery Cross reef, and also at the Hard to Find. The latter has excited more than ...

    Article : 159 words
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  8. The Nevada Mine.

    An adjourned meeting of the shareholders of the Nevada Silver-mining Company was held on Tuesday, Mr. Sachs in the chair. The report of the sub-committee appointed to consider the best means of raising fresh capital was ...

    Article : 118 words
  9. The Venezuela Goldfields.

    An "Old Ballarat Miner," who has just returned from a visit to the Venezuela goldfields, describes his experiences an the Minim Journal. The fields are situate on the south bank of the Orinoco River, about 300 miles from Trinidad, ...

    Article : 223 words
  10. Fall in the Price of Silver.

    The excitement in London about the fall of silver is the subject of an article in the Statist. It argues that "the effect of what is happening in relation to gold may have to be considered with reference to this question of the value of ...

    Article : 192 words
  11. Mudgee.

    There is a prospect at last of the Razorback mine being worked with advantage. It is as your readers may remember situate on the Cudgegong between Capertee and Ilford. It was supposed to be rich in antimony, as doubtless it is, but ...

    Article : 281 words
  12. Telegrams.

    There is nothing fresh from the Tilbuster Rush. A large number of people are still working there, but without very promising results. The few successful washings serve to keep up the courage of the many. ...

    Article : 341 words
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