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Riassunto: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1859 edition. Excerpt: ...in value to upwards of 42,000/. f It formed an essential Nbleo.i Gold Fields--CoUingvoood, May st.--The diggings may be said to be going on extremely well, and there seems to have been a tendency of late, on the part of the diggers, to move upwards and into the interior, where heavier gold has been found. The parties working on the claims from Washbourne's Flat to the forks of the Slate River are nearly all doing well. The Island party, eleven in number, have done better than any other; one man assured me that they had got considerably more than 1,000oz. from their claim; and they have been getting from 60 to 70 oz. per week amongst them of late. With such facts as these before them, one would imagine it to be almost impossible for the Government and public to ignore the existence of an available and paying gold field. As was observed by your contemporary, in his leader, the other day, the earnings of our diggers are quite equal to, if not above, the Australian average: which, I think, might easily be proved by the Customs' returns.--Nelson Examiner, May 8. f The quantity of wool exported from the province of Canterbury has increased with wonderful rapidity. In 1854, 7,095/.; 1855, 20,586/.; 1856, 42,765/. feature in the original scheme of the Canterhury Settlement, that the whole of the country lands should be sold at the rate of 3/. per acre, and only to members of the Church of England. The land was to be sold at this immoderately high price in order that the settlers might be furnished with an adequate supply of labour, and that due provision might be made for the religious and educational requirements of the settlement. It was not expected, however, even by the projectors themselves, that the whole of the territory--one million of...

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Descrizione libro RareBooksClub. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 112 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.2in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1859 edition. Excerpt: . . . in value to upwards of 42, 000. f It formed an essential Nbleo. i Gold Fields--CoUingvoood, May st. --The diggings may be said to be going on extremely well, and there seems to have been a tendency of late, on the part of the diggers, to move upwards and into the interior, where heavier gold has been found. The parties working on the claims from Washbournes Flat to the forks of the Slate River are nearly all doing well. The Island party, eleven in number, have done better than any other; one man assured me that they had got considerably more than 1, 000oz. from their claim; and they have been getting from 60 to 70 oz. per week amongst them of late. With such facts as these before them, one would imagine it to be almost impossible for the Government and public to ignore the existence of an available and paying gold field. As was observed by your contemporary, in his leader, the other day, the earnings of our diggers are quite equal to, if not above, the Australian average: which, I think, might easily be proved by the Customs returns. --Nelson Examiner, May 8. f The quantity of wool exported from the province of Canterbury has increased with wonderful rapidity. In 1854, 7, 095. ; 1855, 20, 586. ; 1856, 42, 765. feature in the original scheme of the Canterhury Settlement, that the whole of the country lands should be sold at the rate of 3. per acre, and only to members of the Church of England. The land was to be sold at this immoderately high price in order that the settlers might be furnished with an adequate supply of labour, and that due provision might be made for the religious and educational requirements of the settlement. It was not expected, however, even by the projectors themselves, that the whole of the territory--one million of. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Codice libro della libreria 9781154964752

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