Image from page 391 of “Mining and Scientific Press” (1907)

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Image from page 391 of “Mining and Scientific Press” (1907)
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Identifier: miningscientific123sanfuoft
Title: Mining and Scientific Press
Year: 1907 (1900s)
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Publisher: San Francisco
Contributing Library: Gerstein – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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s in readiness for milling. Larder Lake.—The Canadian Associated Goldfields hasdecided to cease operations at Block B (formerly the Harris^Maxwell), where nearly 100 men are employed, in order toconcentrate their efforts on Block C and D. Cross-cutting ia ::7^ MINING AND SCIENTIFIC PRESS September 10, 1!»21 under way al the 175- and 300-ft. levels and the shaft isbeing deepened. Porcupine.—Shareholders of the Davidson Consolidated,at a meeting held in Toronto on August 24, ratified the saleof the assets of the company to a British syndicate, whichwill organize a new company to be known as the PorcupineDavidson Cold Mines, capitalized at £1,000,000. Share-holders of the old company retain their securities, and theprice paid for the assets is £175,000 preferred stock and£450.000 common stock in the new company and £50,000cash. A sum of £200,000 is to be set apart for workingcapital. Unwatering of the mine has already been com-menced preparatory to the resumption of operations.

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Northern Ontario Sudbury.—The nickel-mining Industry continues inactiveand owing to the dullness of the market appears likely toremain so for some time. The International Nickel Co. isoperating on a limited scale and is not expected to increaseits output before the completion of a new steel plant, which is being erected in the United States. The Mond plant is merely marking time and it is understod that active opera-tions will not be resumed until exchange conditions arc more favorable Although an oflicial visit was made to th.- nlant of the British America Nickel Corporation aboutsix weeks ago. no announcement as to the intentions of the■ tpany has been made. fPERSONAL The Editor invites members of the profession to send particulars of theirwork and appointments. The information is interesting to our readers. I.. W. Storm, of Seattle, is at Great Palls, Montana. F. Dean Bradley has moved from Gold field to Tonopah. K. F. Klein has returned to New York from Alma, Colo-rado. Joseph

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