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HOW THE GREAT GREAT ARE FALLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

HOW/T-HE.;!GREAT ARE PALLING. Aftefthe TflcaR scandal the public of 'Sydney,- iinu indeed ot the colony, are excited over the charge of . b»il)ory1 preferred against Mr Johniiavies, M.L.A., a solid Good 'Templar, 'w'ho wns lately appointed an one of the Lioensing 3J-encb, «nd wbo is also an nldeiman oTthe'City {Jouncrl, whose proclivi iiiFB seem Whiftwi'lS! 'l$ni' into beinp, bribed Hjy a paltry^iliitlPralipn tb.'bs.e his influence for ihe abfM)twag4-f» ^rppration contract by ;an ironfoutfder n»m6d Bradford. The charge ?elicited Wschr otosfcemfent ift'the Council, and ?an enquiry 'has 'been held,, tint with closed ?doors, into the affair. . M tlftHReeting of. the ^ouneU'on'Tue§&WJ!jje jwflennen present were de(«riwLn^.;^;le».rn'(^l.e';«isfc of the ?comraittfasrreporiiftppoin*^^ enquire into the affair,- ahd^fcer'aionS-a'^iiment, it was ?read by ^Ha.'tw'n^erJ^Tr^ih ; bis rough notes, ??as followf 'z~rT$fi Bnti^cpimmitleo passed two -resolutions ; the 6ret iwab itbhfc there we...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS, j ADVERTISERS wishing any allomtion made ? '? in their aflvenispmentfi are informed that j e rjipy of such nlfrrat.tiin must hn I'xi^ed in nur ..Hie* by 3SpDK_ONJI^HyRSDAV-t..iiwiueiln; j n tration being nmde in the next issue, and nil fr.ish Advertjnemprrft'fira r«^e^»wt .»to. 1»i- 1 ??united injtie'fbre . JSO.QN '.' -u FltfDAY t» j a 'f-nre iriBeftinn.' , a ~* ? ' ? i

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

Australian1 Jfftffcual - Fire i Insuraaci .?????»?. ???ewiafr.-- ?? . ?? ? /,,(JBsW#!Uod;lS72..).! : With po,^esr $9 increase to .£1,000,000. ? Bodum ? 30 pet pent,' paid annually for lbs las . -.!?;. :-ii j) years;'1 ? '?' ' ' ? HonJohnStttliefliija, M;Ii:O.;, Ohftihnan. WiUlMu'^ekl»tt, Esq, M.P. Wf'Hftn TtnjJiiJCwiiiiii:,; | 3ohn WetheroU, Bhj :.''i' .vrt: u.v t!^.-ivv.;' ' : i. ' . .?..i.uHJHMfflfeit-;-...: ??.,-.-. ???I WaltA»»CiuMh..-j ; ';:: -r;; TjtlBST FiraSpdeWlestaMstaafa the toplony,:oi JQ the MuJjud.PrjawujlQS,, giving policy-holder; back part ottheir premiums as a -cash u'onus put 'p the profits every year. ? __\-_:l_ Policy-holden »re perfectly free bjT&WTroniTal IiabiUty. ^.-l/'i ';/..'. ? :vi-- Fifteen days grace allowed -for— payment o renewal premiums. ;,.,., ,,,. . ,?; ? '; Prompt and liberal settlements for fireB. Damage by li^itMiigiapd*ip}oBlcmiB by gas paid Fire In»n**ncBa fit; Lowest. Jifctos. -, ,?; ,.?? ?; . Offipea^W P»tt*1arse^Bydiiey. -.; . , :-....

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CARCOAR PRODUCE MARKET. CHRONICLE OFFICE, Friday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

CA11C0AK, PRODUCE Sfi&tf&r. . -! .?i!ir.1.'.J -iZ' €^:'. '- ?'. ? '?' . ?- ' 'i ? -hiR-SsiaiRf}iviik,jFtiiiti.v Evening. , FolIowingarelbe'vVboiesale Prices ruling heie »t date:— ? '' ?'?-'? :j' ? ;;:: '£ ?«.:. «-. . ;, #8. a. Hour, snrperiinB 'her ib*!11' U' t)i T» Hour, household „ 13 07 OT ' Wheat p« bushel r.^r.hjP'B tf t6:0 5 « O»f«, , ? , ? 0 4 3 „ 0 4 S Xlaire „ „ ;.:. .:....'.:; 0 6 6 „ 0 7 6 Harley «W) Tie? 'bBthel t 0 ,4 0 „ 0 * 6 Bran per MJiUi .:.:„'.:. £*,K0- 6 0 .; J'olUrd., , „ .. ....„.,. 0 8 0 „ Oaten HayrteirW':..:..;... 6' 6 T» „ 6 10 0 I'liaff ' ,'i'' ?.'???—?: 5 t) 0 ,,600 Shaw „*-?:?:...?; '..;. 3 0 -0 „ 8 10 0 I'otatoes M :j .:.'...-... 6 P 0 „ .6 10 0 Ouious per cwt ? 0 '8' '''0 ' „' 0 10 0 ( beese per Ib. ? 0 0 8 ','. 0 0 10 I utter potted pWiW ... ^-fl i HO „ 0-2 0 It' Her fresh ? 0 ,2 ,0 ,, , Kacnn Q ...££5° &^-A9 p * Kijga per dozen ? 0 Z 0 „ Kowk per pai»,....-.Af.i.^,-.-'4 ?S.rB/T „? 0. 3 0 TurkeyV „ A.!.i.4x.:.J frHB^O^ * ff 10 ...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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CARCOAR POST-OFFICE. ARRIVAL AND DESPATCH OF MAILS ARRIVE FROM [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

CSKQOARroSf-OFFOB. ; ARnrvAi?Airt):bKsrATCH of mails, j . ! ARRIVE FitOM Sydney, Batburst, Mail*guMA,'.fln-l Tllnynov- dai'y, 7 B.in. (Mondays excupletty end 9.16 p.m (Sunday»|sc-£-te-»y Cnu-ra. Sheet-of-rterjt,if'mllinr8-, and Manriurama —daily, J^40 b.ta. (S^tnrflnye «iccepte-l). Ivount MoDHtmid aadfuilbtttn (,'reik— 1'uetdnyf. Thursday*^ fcpd SfttunUvn, G p.m. Urauge and Usfiiar-SUunltly, 3 p.m. 2 IDESPATCHED *O «y-lncy, Bathurat, filayney, nnd Mftilgua--d — doily, *. 10 p.ta^S»tuM»y» wwptul). Oowra, Sheetrif-Bark.^yttdhnrBf, inil-Maiiiluramn —daily, %35 a.tn, (Monrtnya excwptetl). - * Mnart McDonald and Milbiirn ^Oq^fe^Moudays, Fridays, and Sundays 8 a.in. **' Orange and CVuti%^uiiday«,.-0iwiii. -- - Mails close thirty.-' niinulea -before despatched ; lice fee of 2dvfifteen minntes later. ....... Oliice hoars— 9 fc.w, to &p[m,', . . ?. ' ''G.~U. HOSKIXG, Postmaster. nNCLAIMED LBrmW -Mre tyine in the post office addressed to''' the following persons a' Ctoom:— .. C. H. F....

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

A new rule 'wiflfifilfeW^ to theadttiission ' 'of attorniee to practise uader-the Snpreme 'Court or^Ktoriaj*-£|laid fp'the table of the Legislative Assembly on truly 18. The rule \ ^the 'Argus'' says) 8tates~?hat any pernnu who had beenia.'niatiaguig clerk, to a practising attorney before the 15th : October, 1863, and 'continually lor ten .years After that date, shall be at liberty, within three years from the 18th July',. 1882,. (*o enter into articles of clerkabip to » ipractising . attorney for three years; and' that; nipon iiis: havingnerved such ?clerkship, ;.«hiJ faasedrttiroi examinations in law at Uie.UniijeraUrfe and ;ih 'five subjects of law before* Board df Exannnere, be slmll be; 'qualified to practise as an -attorney of the ?Suprerae.©-}iftboCfaK lanoU Potatoes ait Waigett are £50, and flour £35 per'toto:^ , ;??- 'f^tSJ^. i A borikt&akerj /nataetT AMhur Frederick , Urooks,1 tKB t^pttrted'te^tive- Victorian police' that Tie was robbed of L237 last Friday night !B...

Publication Title: Carcoar Chronicle, The
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ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

ODDS AND ENDS. J '''''' . , [From our Exchangps.] ? :. ? ' : ' ,.; Arrangements are being completed for a; .,-? visit of die Hon. Ivy Bligh's All-England- ?- ? team to Brisbane and Toowoomba. '' Tiit G^elong Football Team lose 1.150 of' !- their, trip to Sydney. It was' aloosing busi ness all round, , : ? ' J&X Jpha Williams has been appointed to a ? plaoooa .the National P«k: d!rub^5?*ice tha -aiy\ Hon.. John Lucas resigned. —_ ? . ^Organised 'ruffianfsmi- Twenty 'la^riKns' -' boarded and sucked a steamer at Sandridge last Sundny.' , 7 . VS.i; -. ?; ,'-'i 'If ladies will ride tf icydes,-'- says an English paper, ' they must- wear duplex gar mente.' That is vague enough for a'JPritftian.' . In fashionable society all sorts -of sleeves areadmirible for ladies dresses,' but J»Jje oba^ j t ^ sleeve, around the waist, remains the favouritei ' ; -^7 v7 '* At the Manchester Assizes, the trial ofthai .' prisoners Mackenzie, Shakspenr, Rogers, W. Rogers, and E. Beeton charged with c...

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THE WAR IN EGYPT. LONDON, JULY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

THE WAR IN EGYPT. (fbom thb'eoho.') ? ?'- LONDON. July 24. An officer belonging to a Stamboul mail steamer has been arrested at Alexandria. In his possession were -found documents which proved him to be an intermediary, be tween the Araba and the Pan-IsUunftc com mittee of Stamboul. Arabi Pasha is re cruiting the ranks of bis insurgent. noldiery by enforcing a system of conscription by great brutality, impressing all who are capable of bearing armn into his service. ' ? July ,25. It has been remarked that since the de velopment of events in Egypt during the past ten days, the Goi man and AuBtrian Govern ment have been holding aloof, and have taken no active |»rt in the communications w{uch have passed between the several Powers upon the subject of,Ej{yj»t. _; : , Eleven hundred- troops hnvn arrived at Alexandria principally from Mah)a, -under tho present couimand of MHJor-Generilfiir A. Alieon. ??' '????????!. :' ?? ?. ,: .-,? , ? It has now transpired that the European Powers gener...

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GALLEY SWAMP [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

GALLEY SWAMP, On Monday the proceeds of the crushing from the chum of Messrs. Kane, Cony, and Company were deposited in the Commercial Bank, Carcoar. , . The quantity of stone passed through was about 70 tons,, and the yield was 120OZS ; 4dwts. .The company expected a much larger amount of gold from the weight of amalgam, which was upwards of 700bzs, and it was therefore disappointing, but 'this -was /accounted for' by the large amount of sodium deposited in the amalgam.' : - The claim is a promising one, and we;hoj-eto hear, of larger returns from future crushings. --. ;?

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AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN NORTHUMBERLAND. LONDON, JULY 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN V NORTHUMBERLAND. LONDON, Jolt 24. The Australian cricketers commenced a match to-day against an eleven of county, of Northumberland at Newcastle. 'There ~-was- a larf o attendance on the ground.' The A us tralians went first to tha wickets, which they ... occupied during the cr Rater. part! of ihe day. Horan and Garrett played in-excellent style, especially the former ; he carried his bat' out for 70 runs, and Garrett ctoWiUuted 54 before being bowled. The only otn'ei-7$layera who reached double figures were MfcOoiiheU,' bowlel for 20 runs, Jones caugTIt, for 12. , The inning closed for 1 93 runs. ..' Jlie iioine * ' team had only time to make a commencement, and had scored 5 runs for the 1'S3 of * Jvicket when the stumps were dr«wn for. tha.dftF* ? ' ? ... . '. golylir|6,: ;.? The match between the AuBtraliaifB atjd - i:., j the county of Northumberland wasoontinoea and concluded at Newcastle to-day. The home team resumed their first uinih|pS/ which closed for 63...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. Qukem of tqe Mount G.M. Co. — Mr J. Williams reports:— The drives that lead from No. 2 shaft going north, and the one leading from the bottom of winze going south have been connected, which is a great im provement, as there is a free current of air right through the mine as far as it has been opened, a distance of 330ft along the line of reef. By those two drives being connected it greatly facilitates the working of the mine, as I have nothing to do but put my stulls in at orice and commence back stoping, and I calculate that iu about 6 weeks from date I shall be ready to commence crushing again. The winzo that is being sunk in the cross cut at the bottom of the main shaft has reached the depth of 21ft or 105 from grass. The reef is still unsettled, but as the country that I am going through seems to be getting more regular (it being blue- slate), I have no doubt before I sink much further there will be something good to report. Balmoral G.M. Co....

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LONDON. JULY 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

LONDON. July 25th. A person has been arrested as one of the murderers of Lord F. Cavendish and Mr Burke. He is named O'Brien, and surrendered himself at Venezula, South America. The man has made full confession of the crimes, and disclosed the names of his accomplices and furnished other details of importance.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, FRIDAY NOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday Noon. Tho city Aldermen at Council .meeting, yesterday unanimously adopted tho report of the committee, which in effect charged Alderman Davis with receiving presents from contractors. The examination of Bradford and his clerk pointed to mutilation of the accounts since the enquiry was instituted. Alderman Davis made a very lame defence. Sir Henry Parkes will return to Sydney via Melbourne and fWconbridge. Mr £. J. Jenkins, son of A1 r Jenkins of Nepean Towers, has taken the degree of Bachelor of Medicine at the Oxford Lni versity. Capper and Co's. blacking and vinegar factory at Melbourne was destroyed by fi-e yesterday, damages £13,000. At yesterday's stock sales bullocks ad vanced best .£12 ; sheep firm.

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HORRIBLE ACCIDENT AT AN INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

u ^^TKOBJttiatS ACCIDENT AT AN INQUEST. .An accident occurred on Thtirsday morning in connection with an inquest on the body of a man namedGeorgelronB. which .from the eircum Auaea^ufroKaifig^ltCiajkwf a peculiarly J&rritt&lIidkrJnnfe dScUed man had died in bis home, No. 3, Bobertson-place, off Pitt ijowt, on TOMliiesday morning, and hu body 'Hid'oeefa liSonV on a board rapported by treetles in a room, the. dimensions of which-were ;abonil.l0f*iHt»JBy(ffi*«et,r!-ff'Mi taotning T?p jfienJl^fteinstmc&n^nvtheActmg Coroner, ^s^ea'p^^IFmexamiDation, and almost tau&f djf&ft &&&/&- Mfoqiv*S:i m*i Iheia. The i acting coroner and jury haying assembled it tofftlDeilJClHbWl. labihU'tbiiiK^ of Pitt and Goulburn streets, proceeded to the house where the dead body was lying, in order to view it. The doctor, acting coroner, coroner's constable, JhewMowoflhe deadjnwi,,and about six or Se&lM^biw&tttie'jur^ entere...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. FOREST REEFS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. FOBEST REEFS. The 'Bendigo Advertiser' of the 15th instant, states:— 'A remarkably rich yield has been obtained fiora Newion's Freehold, Forest Reef, near Orange, New South Walen, 6cwt 2qrs of the reef was 8f nt to England to be treated, and the net profit returned was L278 18s 3d, the result being; at the rate of 215oz of gold, and 30oz of silver to the tOD. In Melbourne lewt of the same stone was tested 'by Mr C.-Newberry, and the yield was equal to 402oz of gold pfir ton. Throe bags of pyrites from the s-itne reef averaged '149oz :«f gold per ton. The stone wsb taken from a reef 6 inches to 2 feet in thickness, 93 feet from the surface. The Newton's Freehold contains an area of 300 acres, and an alluvial run of gold goes through' & portion of the ground. Messrs Byron Moore and M'Leod, of Melbourne, are endeavouring to form a company to purchase and wotk the ground. Samples of the reef were shown recently by Mr M'Leod at Mr Fletcher's office.

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A NOBLE WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

' A NORL.G VOHAV. '^ f.;.T^,LprdLieuiben8Jato£Iraland in reply ing to an address' of ihe Dublin Chamber of Commerce fon the occasion of the murder Lord Frederick Cavendish ' and Mr Burke, took; GCASsiofp- -4o ._xeaA^. ,-tte following liufe^SyA Lkdy J'. jCa,V%ndiili : — ' I should be very glad if there can be any .mea^of Je£tjng,it b^e Jmown in, ^rejand.so as to iiaVe'some good effect, 'that 'I wbiild never grudge Ihe Bacrifioe of my darlings life if only it leads to the pulling down of the frightful spirit of evil in the land. He would «neyer have grudged rj; if he could have, 'nopedthat his; deattyould do iupre thari bis lfte: iThere' doe's (se6m .^me''hope.'-);f tjhisl1 tb'at m^& miim ffahger %1 panic, SjM bUn,* vengeance.' Speaking of the extract r6aa by Lord Spencer from Lady Cavendish's a life of wnichsuch were the impulses should I nave up;u ^uuucuijr oiicLbV/ticii nvtaj/, Aiicv will be seen far and wide, and nowhere can TEey~sTanrulate~Bhy but the one feeling. They ar...

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MOUNT MACQUARIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

\M0UNT MACQUAKIE. -'?'? k -' (tBOV'oV^'C^BXBSVbUIDBimA- - ?'? '-- Ploughing is now nearly over in this 'district - The winter hitherto has been Unusually mild and fine There have been sharp frosts at night alternating with bright, -WBrnv-sunshiny days-, and-a-few showers. The -cultivators rof the -«oil. conseauentlv. have'; had' no serious interruption to me performance of -all necessary- agricultural operations. ... The Mount Macquarie Mutual Improve ment Society met on the 15th instant, for the purpose of reorganization. A. president, secretary, and librarian were elected ; and it was resolved that a soiree should be held in order to raise additional funds for the purchase of books. The library now consists of a well-selected collection of books, com prising history, science, poetry, voyages and travels, and a few -works of fiction by Charles Dickens, Bulwer, Mark Twain, and other distinguished novelists. It is now proposed to further augment this collection. For this purpose an e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 29 July 1882

£T. Borchar dt . CHRONOMETER- MAKER,' W A TCH M A.£jER:^ND .JEWELL EB, Adelaide Street, Blayney. ? BEGS toiafpijft'thfeinliftWtaats of Cwcoar-Atid' ? BUrtoiujdjng.histrict, that ho lias opened a ibrancli catablishment in Blayney, with a well -selected FasUpnable . Stock of all description of Gold and Silver Jewellery* Watches and Clocks.' Watch and Jfewellery repairs - done ? in a thorough workmanlike manner. ? By prompt attention to business N,B. expects a fair share of publio .patronage, ., £&~\ Pleasenofe the address—- ... ,N. BORCHAEDT,:. Adelaidcrstrpot Blayney, and ilain-street, Lithgow. . : ? ' ? ? The Australian Mutual Provident Society. ;. .,.;..':...;': HKAD OPFICE-j 87, PITT-STKEEr, SYDNEY,. The Oldest Life Offi.be in Australia. Direotors : ' - ' '?''* ' j John Hay Goodlet. Esq., chairman. The H9u. 8.. A. Joeeph, M.L.b., deputy chairfa'ai; The Hon. Alex. Campbell, M.L.C.'' ' ' ? ' ?'* W. O. Murray, liq. | G. A. MUrray,:Esq; ' Isaac E.' Ives, Esq. Chief Medical Off...

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A CAUTION TO TENANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

? - ». CAOTIOJf TO TENANTS. The following Te'port of a case tried at the Central Police Court, is taken from last Friday's ♦?Herald^' :— William Long v. Michael Lahiff was a case in which defendant was charged with havjng.clandestinely. removed his household furniture, with intent to defeat the claim of the anolord. Complainant deposed that on the 6th June defendant. was indebted to him £3 9s for rent,1 and on the forenoon of the 6th he pro ceeded with a bailiflfin order to distrain upon the goodsif he found the house shut up; and on entering fpundithat the goods had been carried away ; he could not telUhe value of the furni tare-Hjedjapg : £10, , : or ?? perhaps less. The defendant denied that be. removed the furniture — that it wascarried away while he was at liis mother'B ; anftVin reply to a question from the Bench, said that all the furniture was not worth more' than £4. His Worship said he would accept the defendant's 'valuation, and ordered him to pay within seven -days doubl...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. [Newspaper Article] — The Carcoar Chronicle — 5 August 1882

MINING INTELLIGENCE. MOUNT M'DONALD. West Balmoeal G.M. Co., Limited. — Mr. R. J. Champion, manager, reports: — Main tunnel: During the past week the tunnel has been driven a further distance of 5ft, making a total from entrance 121ft 6in. Ground pegmatite and slate bars. Main shaft : Since last report the north drive has been driven 5ft, total from shaft 13ft ; tbe Boutli drive has been driven 4ft 6in, total from shaft 13ft Gin. The reef in both drives at present is of a mixed nature, and is of poor quality ; ground becoming much harder. Winze : During the past week the winze has been euuk a fuithei dfpth of 4ft, total from level 77ft 6in. Since last report the reef has turned very much in an east and west course, or direction, and seems to be getting stronger aa it gains in depth, reef 2ft wide showing fair jiroapentB. Bai.moua.l G.M. Co., Limited. — Mr. G. Standitm Hm trick, manager, reports : No. 1 tunnel driven 3ft 9in, total distance 139ft 9in, ground clean slate. No. 2 uliaft...

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