Image from page 396 of “Ontario Sessional Papers, 1897-98, No.33-66” (1905)

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Title: Ontario Sessional Papers, 1897-98, No.33-66
Year: 1905 (1900s)
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: Ontario Council of University Libraries and Member Libraries

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ast furnace and^orjj take samples of iron ores mined Bureau ^^ Ontario, under section 1 of theof Mines regulations to govern payments outof the Iron Mining Fund. Assays were madeand the results reported. In September Iwas sent to Coboconk to report on someproperties in the district. Three days werespent in examining difibrent lociitions and ingiving information. A complete set of sampleswere taken and assayed on my retuin. Fromthe results a report was prepaied and sent in.In September two half days were spent insetting up and taking down the exhibit ofminerals belonging to the Bureau of Mines.There was but little time for original work,and what was done was carried out with aview to the advancement of the metallurgyof gold. J. Watson Bain. Mr. Bain is at present conducting summerschools in mineralogy in the Port Arthur,Rat Portage and Seine River mining districts. 265 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE CLERK OF FORESTRY FOR THE PROVINCE OF ONTARIO 1898. PRINTED BY ORDER OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY.

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TORONTO:WARWICK BROS & RUTTER, PRINTERS, &c., 68 and 70 FRONT STREET WEST. 1898 Parliament Buildixgs, Janltary, 1898. Hon. J. M. GiBSOX, Coinmissioner of Crown Lands. Sir,—I have the honor to transmit herewith the report of the Bureau ofI Forestry for 1898. During the latter part of the year 1897 important investiga-tions were prosecuted by the Royal Commission appointed to report upon a planto make productive the non-agricultural portions of the Province by securinga perpetual growth of timber upon them. The preliminary report of this Com-mission, of which I had the honor to act as Secretary, has been presented toHis Honor the Lieutenant-Governor with some recommendations tendinsr towardsthe object desired in the appointment of the Commission. In addition to the valuable work of ttie Commission its creation served todirect greater public attention to the subject. The two lumbermen on theCommission, Messi-s. Rathbun and Bertram, have manifested the most patrioticzeal in thei

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