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The diggings at Puddledock

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Monday 19 November 1866, The Sydney Morning Herald





There are now about 200 persons on the Puddledock diggings, and many are doing well, others but little. Some deposits are rich. The present working ground is all occupied ; the main lead is supposed to fall in Cameron’s Swamp, which is to be tested on Monday, and if successful, a great rush will probably take place. Persons at a distance should wait the result.

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June 17, 2010 at 6:06 am

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