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Goldfield Belmont Report p09

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SUGGESTIONS AND CONCLUSIONS - the boundary line with the Black Butte Company.Further work of exploration at depth can be taken up at a later date but the work done from the 200 foot level shouldbe carried on with due regard to future and more extensive exploration and mining of the ground and economical equipment should he installed in the shape of air compressor and drills in order that the expense may be kept to the lowest possible point.It is estimated that this preliminary work can be done at a cost for equipment, labor, supplies and superintendence of approximately ten thousand dollars ($10,000.00) and it is not without reason that we predict that with this expenditure we can place the property on a basis where its production will pay for further developement and dividends.GOLDFIELD BELMONT EXTENSION MINING CO. BY - FRANK M. CHAMBERS, JANUARY 28,1915. PRESIDENT & MGR.~s-



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