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  2. The Miner.

    IN my last I gave a slight sketch of the journey by coach from Tewantin to Gympie, the start and early history of the goldfield and a general outline of the town and district. I now purpose confining ...

    Article : 1,076 words
  3. The Tinfields at Vegetable Creek.

    THINGS here on the whole are pretty quiet just now, which means, of course, that there is very little money in circulation; and this can be accounted for in several ways, first, the dryness of the season, and ...

    Article : 455 words
  4. A Visit to Tarcutta.

    ON reading over your report of the Hillas Creek portion of the Tumut and Adelong mining district, and from some additional information since obtained, I am more favourably impressed than over with the ...

    Article : 806 words
  5. News from the Colonial Fields. (The latest information concerning mining shares will be found in our Telegraphic ana Commercial Reports.) NEW SOUTH WALES.

    HANGING ROCK.—A correspondent at Nundle writes May 5:—Visited Hanging Rock yesterday, and inspected Rusicka's reef and claim. Where the gold is found is chambered by about 6ft wide and 4ft ...

    Article : 2,706 words

    MELBOURNE, Tuesday.—The share business was very much mixed last week. In general stocks, there was more activity, while Working Miners' United went into the background for a spell, and then ...

    Article : 1,170 words



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