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Lost legendsry Gold Silver mines in Mexico
G'afternoon.  Coffee?  Anyone have any data on Tayopa, El Naranjal, La Gloria Pan, La Tarasca, Las Pimas, or Tepoca?

Or old data on mines in Sonora.  Looking for data on La Escondida mine just north of Queriego, Sonora.

Don Jose de La Mancha.
MEXICO MINING NEWS 1930
MEXICO MINING NEWS     THE MINING JOURNAL  January 15 1930

The drop in silver prices, has created a further strain upon Mexican mines producing that metal, declared Genaro P. Garcia, president of the National Mining Chamber. He has petitioned the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Labor, for permission to reduce the working staffs at several of the smaller silver mines, contending that it is impossible for them to operate full force under existing price conditions.
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MEXICO MINING NEWS 1929
MEXICO  MARCH 30 1929

It is understood that the Mexico Mines of El Oro will discontinue operations at its mines at El Oro, Mexico, although development will be continued at its property at Catorce, San Luis Potosi, Mexico. In addition to the development program at Catorce, treatment of the tailings from the old mill will be undertaken.

The company, which is under the direction of T. H. C. Mitchell, general manager, El Oro, has erected a preliminary plant of 100 tons daily capacity, w ...
MEXICO MINING NEWS 1928
September 15, 1928— Engineering and Mining Journal

Geologic Notes on the Santa Barbara Area in the Parral District of Chihuahua, Mexico

By HARRISON SCHMITT, Mining Geologist, Hanover, N. M.

THE Santa Barbara section of the Parral Mining District, in Southern Chihuahua, is noteworthy for unusual geological features, especially the remarkable strength and persistence of the veins, and the variety of minerals contained in them.  

Since 1923, I have had several opportunities to make ...
MEXICO MINING NEWS 1922
September 23, 1922  EMJ

MEXICO
Americans Have Located Many Claims During Past Month

Durango.—The land and buildings belonging to the Cia. Minera y Explotadora de Ventanas, a once prosperous mining company operating near Ventanas, in this state, are advertised for sale at public auction to satisfy delinquent taxes amounting to over 4,000 pesos plus additional expenses.
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Saltillo — Conditions are reported critical at the coal camps of Rosita, Agujita, Eperanza, and Menor, in ...
MICHIGAN MINING NEWS 1928
EMJ September 15 1928

MICHIGAN MINING NEWS  

Quincy Strikes Extension of Ore on 88 Level

Quincy, in the Michigan copper district, has cut the main vein, in the cross-cut, from the No. 6 Shaft, at the 88, or Bottom Level. The lode is described as big, and very rich in copper, the same as in the level above.

The vein was cut through horizontally, and found to be 13 ft. thick, which would give it a width of 7 to 8 ft.  Drifting has not yet been started. The continuation of th ...
MICHIGAN MINING NEWS 1922
MICHIGAN MINING NEWS  E&MJ  OCTOBER 28, 1922

Reduction of Mine Costs Is Vitally Necessary—Sundry Measures Taken

Houghton—Special attention to ways and means of reducing costs was never more important than during the present period of labor shortage. Efficiency has increased, and improvements in mining, milling, and smelting practice are having their effect in relatively larger output.

Many more men could be used, particularly by mines independent of the Calumet & Hecl ...
MICHIGAN MINING NEWS 1921
MINING AND SCIENTIFIC PRESS May 14, 1921

MICHIGAN MINING NEWS

Houghton.—The first shipment of copper by boat for the season, left Houghton, the last week in April. It consisted of 300,000 lb. of Calumet & Hecla copper, loaded at the company’s smelter, at Hubbell, for domestic consumers in the East.

Within a few days, 1,200,000 lb. of Calumet & Hecla copper for Germany, will leave here by boat. On May 15, a similar shipment will go forward, which will clean up all German busines ...
MINING MEN BIOS 1917
124  EMJ JANUARY 13 1917  MEN YOU SHOULD KNOW  
     
ENGINEERING AND MINING JOURNAL    Vol. 103, No. 2

Percival Johnson has been made Director of the Pulaski Iron Co.
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C. M. Weld announces the removal of his office, to No. 2 Rector St., New York.
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Marshall O. Ortoer has removed his office to 213 Boston Building, Denver. Col.
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R. B. Marchant, Treasurer of J. G. White & Co., New York, was recently elected Vice-president ...
MINNESOTA MINING NEWS 1922
MINNESOTA  EMJ OCTOBER 28 1922

Several Companies Have Completed Shipments for the Season

Biwabik—The Biwabik mine, operated by the Pod-Stambaugh Co., has completed its ore program for this season, with a total shipment of 300,000 tons. Stripping operation is now being carried on, and will continue during the winter.
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Kinney.—The Republic Iron & Steel Co. has completed its ore shipments at the Kinney mine, for 1922. This property is worked by open-pit methods only, and forward ...
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