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Flemings Freehold Mine (Te Puke Reefs; Masseys Reef), Te Puke Goldfield, Western Bay of Plenty District, Bay of Plenty Region, New Zealand : Gold was discovered here in 1895. Malcolm Fleming purchased the land and prospect in 1896. He sold the property to George Muir in 1909. In 1898, the Te Puke Gold Reefs Ltd was formed with ...

121 TE PUKE GOLD MINING CLAIMS 1895 - 1907. From the Bay of Plenty Times. DATE: APPLICANT: CLAIM: 13 Sep 1895 James Henry FENTON, of Tauranga, carter Hake 13 Sep 1895 John Angus CLARK (Jnr), of Tauranga, Commission agent Te Puke 13 Sep 1895 John Archibald CLARK, of Waihi, miner Hone 22 Oct 1895

Gold-bearing ore was discovered in 1895 at Muirs Reef, about 8 miles south of Te Puke, and mining followed intermittently for more than 30 years. Owing to various setbacks, good results were obtained only during 1919 and 1923, and in 1928 all underground operations ceased. The town grew as a result of the development of farming.

TE PUKE GOLD REEFS. VISIT OF MR H. H. ADAMS. High Opinion of the Mine. Mr H. H. Adams, the well-known mining engineer of the Haurakl Goldfields, has been paying a visit to the Te Pake (Joldßeefs property, which is now being developed by Mr Geo. J. Muir. Mr Adams was in Tauranga on Friday last and kindly gave to. a Timeß representative his impressions of the mine.

GOLD MINING AT TE PUKE. -^ '«h.r ' ... - The, micceps of the new field at. .Te Puke 'is now assured, Muir's Gold Reefs, Ltd., having obtained bullion^. to the value of £520,000 since the 10-stamp battery got going a few months ago. The property is a- freehold of 580 acr^s, and a new company, is now being ; privaieky floated in Auckland "to work* the adjojnjng reefs.

Cfb : Temperate oceanic climate. The goldfield is 12 kilometres south-west of Te Puke, at the end of the No. 4 Road. It is on private property, in fact still the Muir family, who were one of the gold miners over one hundred years ago. While officially it goes by this goldfield name, it is rather an overstatement.

Te Puke Gold-Mine Expand/collapse Date c. 1964 Reference Number Photo gca-4524 Description Te Puke goldmine entrance Format negative Physical Description 120-format cellulose triacetate black and white negative Photographer/Creator Bay of Plenty Times

MSS.Archives.97/6. Series 3. File 3/6, Mineral Resources (N.Z.) Ltd and Te Puke Gold., 1969 - 1974, Box: 2. Norpac Mining records., MSS-Archives-97/6.

Records relating to gold mining in Te Puke. Date 1902-c. 2000 Reference Number Ams 278 Description Collection comprises: - Muir's Gold Reefs Limited Application for Shares. Form with perforated detachable receipt form at bottom. - Miner's right issued to Harold St John [final name illegible] of Te Puke. Issued at Tauranga 26 May 1902.

TE PUKE, BAY OF PLENTY TE PUKE GOLD MINING COMPANY SHAREHOLDERS 1897. Bay of Plenty Times - 15 October 1897 page 5. The undersigned hereby make application to register THE TE PUKE GOLD MINING COMPANY, as a No Liability Company under the "Mining Companies Act, 1894."

The early Martha Mine. From Coromandel to Te Puke, the region has been associated with gold mining for over 130 years. Thames, Karangahake, Waikino, Kuaotunu, and many other areas were the site of gold mines and stamper batteries. Many of the roads in the area started out as pack tracks and mining trails.

Diamond drilling and exploration mining for gold and silver was already under way at Muir's Reef mine on No.4 Rd, 15 minutes drive from Te Puke township. Ms Delahunty said people needed to be ...

Glass Earth Gold proposes to mine in the Muirs Reef area just south of Te Puke, which is home to a wide range of wildlife including the …

TE PUKE, BAY OF PLENTY TE PUKE GOLD MINING COMPANY SHAREHOLDERS 1897. Bay of Plenty Times - 15 October 1897 page 5. The undersigned hereby make application to register THE TE PUKE GOLD MINING COMPANY, as a No Liability Company under the "Mining Companies Act, 1894." 1. The Name of the Company is to be The Te Puke Gold Mining …

TE PUKE GOLD MINING CLAIMS 1895 - 1907. From the Bay of Plenty Times. DATE: APPLICANT: CLAIM: 13 Sep 1895 James Henry FENTON, of Tauranga, carter Hake 13 Sep 1895 John Angus CLARK (Jnr), of Tauranga, Commission agent Te Puke 13 Sep 1895 John Archibald CLARK, of Waihi, miner Hone 22 Oct 1895

Mining operations on Department of Conservation land . 4 Te Puke Stone Bay of Plenty Andesite Quarry 28 5 Matakitaki Nelson Gold Alluvial 209 6 Mt Burnett Nelson Dolomite Quarry 9 7 Waihi Pit Waikato Gold, silver Opencast 394 8 BM Maratoto Waikato Rock Quarry 8 9 Broken Hills Waikato Gold Hand 5 10 Tatu Mine Whanganui Coal Underground 311 11 Globe Progress …

1852: New Zealand's first gold discovery. Charles Ring found gold at Kapanga Creek, Coromandel. 1878: John McCombie and Robert Lee discovered gold on Pukewa (Martha Hill). 1879: William Nicholl pegged a five acre claim over the diggings of McCombie and Lee and named it Martha after a family member. Underground mining commenced at Martha Hill.

Te Puke Goldfield, Western Bay of Plenty District, Bay of Plenty Region, New Zealand : The goldfield is 12 kilometres south-west of Te Puke, at the end of the No. 4 Road. It is on private property, in fact still the Muir family, who were one of the gold miners over one hundred years ...

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