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Info Database Last Updated 28.10.2020 (Entity News entries: 11)
Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Morning Times, February 17, 1898. Volume: 5 [V], Issue No.: 261
Info found on page:
3
Info Title:
Fox Lease on the Hull City Placer Ships Heavily
FOX LEASE ON THE HULL CITY PLACER SHIPS HEAVILY.
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graphic for visual presentation of textINCREASING OUTPUT.
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graphic for visual presentation of textFox Lease Can Now Ship Eight Tons a Day.
graphic for visual presentation of text The Fox lease on the Hull City Placer has now started in to make a record for itself as a shipper. The shaft is down 230 feet, and the stoping ground is being opened up so that the ore can be gotten at. Present production is from 7 to 8 tons a day, and as the drifts are run further and more room for the men to work is opened up, these figures can be increased greatly.
graphic for visual presentation of text Ore was first encountered on this lease in a drift in a drift from the bottom of a 125-foot shaft some distance west of the one in which work is now going on. The wash at this point is 120 feet in depth, and more in some places. The drift run at 125 feet was just into solid formation.
graphic for visual presentation of text When the drift had been run about 100 feet east, the vein was opened up. The lessees at once gave up the old workings and started a new shaft directly on the vein which they had discovered. The new shaft is right in the main street of the town of Independence.
graphic for visual presentation of text Little ore of consequence has been taken from the lease until last week, but from this time forth the output will be regular. The vein is the same as that from which the old A. G. White lease, now operated by Christian and Vaughn, has shipped so much high grade ore. The lease has several months yet to run.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 09.03.2019 (14:43:20)
Above Info was First Seen 07.03.2019

Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Morning Times, February 17, 1898. Volume: 5 [V], Issue No.: 261
Info found on page:
3
Info Title:
Hull City Placer Lease on Block 5
PLACER LEASE.
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graphic for visual presentation of textRiggs Has Taken a Block Adjoining the Specimen.
graphic for visual presentation of text Bog Riggs has taken a lease on block 5 of the Hull City placer, and yesterday morning set to work to open up the ore. He will equip his lease with a plant of machinery, and develop the ground at once.
graphic for visual presentation of text Block 5 is located at the extreme north end of the Hull City placer, adjoining the Specimen, and is regarded as a promising piece of ground.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 09.03.2019 (15:06:01)
Above Info was First Seen 07.03.2019

Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining World, November 21, 1901. Volume: 10 [X], Issue No.: 18
Info found on page:
2
Info Title:
Independence Consolidated September Output
The output from the Independence Consolidated for September was not as large as that for August. The property is in a most encouraging condition with plenty of ore in sight and there is no doubt that a decided increase will be maintained from now on. The production last month was 400 tons.
Above Info was Last Updated on 04.07.2020 (11:09:12)
Above Info was First Seen 04.07.2020

Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, March 21, 1903. Volume: 75 [LXXV], Issue No.: 12
Info found on page:
457
Info Title:
Strike Situation at Cripple Creek
President Moyer, of the Western Federation of Miners, on March 17 refused the offer of the United States Reduction and Refining Company to have Chief Justice Campbell or a man named by Governor Peabody investigate the strike at the company's mill at Colorado City, with a view to arbitration, and ordered out 600 miners employed on Stratton's Independence, the Hull City Placer, Granite, and Findley mines, all of which ship to the Standard Mill

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Above Info was Last Updated on 12.04.2019 (11:58:49)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, April 4, 1903. Volume: 75 [LXXV]
Info found on page:
537
Info Title:
Strike Situation Can Close the Hull City Mine
The situation is somewhat improved, but not yet settled. A number of concessions have been made by both sides. At present it seems as though the strike at the Standard mill would be settled, as all the demands of the union men at the mill have been met with, except as to the reinstatement of some of the striking mill men. If the trouble is not settled very soon a number of mines will have to close from having no marked for their ore.
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graphic for visual presentation of text The Hull City Placer of the Independence Consolidated is also expected to close soon.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 15.04.2019 (23:56:25)
Above Info was First Seen 31.01.2019

Type/Category of Info:
Special/Editorial Correspondence
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, May 16, 1903. Volume: 75 [LXXV], Issue No.: 20
Info found on page:
760
Info Title:
Hull City Placer Patent Issues
Denver, May 9.
graphic for visual presentation of text In consequence of an appeal to President Roosevelt instructions have been issued from the office of the United States Solicitor General in Washington to the United States District Attorney at Denver, to push the criminal and civil suits arising out of the Hull City placer patent at Cripple Creek, and the many scandals connected therewith.
graphic for visual presentation of text The suits have been dormant for three years, and it seems probable that new special prosecutors will be appointed.
Above Info was Last Updated on 20.04.2019 (18:21:05)
Above Info was First Seen 03.02.2019

Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, June 27, 1903. Volume: 75 [LXXV], Issue No.: 26
Info found on page:
982
Info Title:
Hull City Placer Drowns
Hull City Placer.—It is reported that the pumps on the lower levels have been pulled, as the water coming in is more than the pumps can handle. The property is worked under lease by the Cripple Creek Mining Company, and is shipping a large quantity of ore. The property adjoins the Vindicator.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 29.04.2019 (19:02:48)
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Type/Category of Info:
Special/Editorial Correspondence
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, December 25, 1909. Volume: 88 [LXXXVIII], Issue No.: 26
Info found on page:
1289
Info Title:
November Production of the Vindicator Company
Denver, Dec. 20—The November production of the Bull Hill mine of the Vindicator company is given as 3000 tons, or a gross value of $100,000. One thousand tons of this is said to have averaged 2 oz. gold to the ton and it is also stated that lessees at No. 2 and No. 6 shafts produced 800 tons that averaged $300 per ton and that 1250 tons of $30 ore were shipped from the Hull City and Glorietta shafts.
graphic for visual presentation of text High-grade ore continues to be produced from the 1300 and 1400 levels which is the more gratifying as regards the future of these deep mines when they shall have been unwatered by the drainage tunnel.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 01.06.2019 (10:27:31)
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Type/Category of Info:
Article
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, November 8, 1913. Volume: 107 [CVII], Issue No.: 19
Info found on page:
734
Info Title:
Depths of the Vindicator No. 1, Hull City & the Lillie Shafts
Vindicator Con. G. M. Co., main or No. 1 shaft, on Bull Hill, is now 1630 ft., and the Hull City shaft is down 1265 ft., while the Lillie shaft, at 1526 ft., has been abandoned.
Above Info was Last Updated on 26.11.2019 (10:27:34)
Above Info was First Seen 20.11.2019

Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, November 8, 1913. Volume: 107 [CVII], Issue No.: 19
Info found on page:
743
Info Title:
Vindicator Gold Mining Co. News
A good grade of milling ore is being mined by the lessees of the Vindicator Gold Mining Co. from a shoot which has been opened on the Vindicator vein, north of the main shaft at a depth of about 1000 ft. The ore is being hoisted through the Hull City shaft.
graphic for visual presentation of text The Vindicator company, which is operating the main shaft, is making a normal production and plans are under way for deepening the main shaft to 1600 ft.
Above Info was Last Updated on 02.12.2019 (02:04:46)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, March 11, 1922. Volume: 124 [CXXIV], Issue No.: 10
Info found on page:
343
Info Title:
Hull City Lessees Saves Ore for Shipment
Lessees of the Vindicator company, Darnell and Seitz, operating at the eleventh level of the Hull City shaft, are mining ore from a 10-ft. vein, carrying streaks assaying as high as six ounces gold per ton.
graphic for visual presentation of text They are saving ore for shipment.
Above Info was Last Updated on 12.02.2020 (14:05:36)
Above Info was First Seen 12.02.2020