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the freehold and mineral rights of the undermentioned farms, situated in the district
of Krugersdorp, and immediately south-west of Randfontein : -

Freehold farms : Gemsbokfontein, No. 1 ; Venterspost (one quarter), No. 27 ;
Libanon, No. 396 ; Uitval, No. 663 ; and Blaaubank (undivided half), No. 672, equal
to 26,222 English acres.

It also holds mineral rights over the farms : Venterspost (remaining three-quarters),
No. 27 ; Blaaubank (whole), No. 41, equal to 18,816 English acres.

The gross area of land comprised in the above farms, of which the owners' rights to
minerals all belong to the company, is 21,278 morgen, equal to 45,038 acres. With the
exception of the farm Blaaubank, No. 672, of which the company owns an undivided
half, the properties are all in one block, centreing roughly on the farm Middelvlei, the
southern boundaries of which march both with Gemsbokfontein and Venterspost.
More recently the company has acquired half interest in the option to purchase the
farms Orange Grove and Elandsfontein, which adjoin the farms Uitval and Libanon
on the south, thus bringing the area of its holdings up to somewhere in the vicinity of
51,390 acres, The possibilities embraced in an estate of this area, taken in conjunction
with the trend of the Randfontein, or Main Reef, series, are enormous, and the splendid
results obtained from the boreholes which have been put down will, doubtless, in course
of time lead to the formation of several mining companies in order to adequately deal
with such a large and rich gold-bearing property. The directors of the company are
Messrs. H. C. Hull. D. J. Pullinger, E. J. Pullinger, J. W. Pierson, and J. C. Kirkwood,
with Messrs. D. J. Pullinger, F. C. Poisson, and G. J. V. Emsell as a London committee.



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GOLD DREDGER AT WORK IN WEST AFRICA.



GOLD DREDGING IN WEST AFRICA.

From the very earliest times, the commonest and most simple means of obtaining
gold has been the washing of fine gold from the beds of rivers, and though it is a
long step from the simple wooden bowl to the modern dredger, with its winches, pumps,
water-tube boilers, electric light, and its capacity of 60 to 90 cubic yards per hour,
the two processes, both ancient and modern, may still be seen working practically
side by side. The pioneer dredging company under the most modern conditions in
West Africa is the Birrim Valley Gold Mining and Dredging Co., Ltd.

The concessions owned by the Birrim Valley Company embrace a portion of the
Atiwa and the Apedwa ranges of mountains, and the country immediately between
them, the entire concession being situated in the province of Eastern Akim. The
headquarters of the company were established at the town of Kyebi, in the valley
between the two mountain ranges, the River Birrim forming a semi-circle with about
a two-mile radius round the town. In its normal condition the river is about 20 ft.
wide and 9 in. to 1 ft. in depth. Its bed is for miles composed of auriferous gravel,
and on either bank there is an alluvial flat varying in width from 200 to 900 ft.



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ESTABLISHED 1892.

"The ablest of the organs dealing with South African affairs published in this
country." SIR CHARLES DILKE, M.P., in the House of Commons.



Only GOLD MEDAL for Mining Statistics and information at
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THE CONSOLIDATED RAND=RHODESIA TRUST AND
GENERAL EXPLORATION COMPANY, LIMITED.

AUTHORISED CAPITAL 200,000

IN SHARES OF i EACH.

ISSUED CAPITAL . . . ^93,007

Directors.

W. A. WILLS, Chairman.

E. PHILLIPS. DR. H. SAUER.

P. S. LNSKIPP. JOHN SEEAR.

R. C. RICHARDS.
Johannesburg Committee C. A. O. BAIN AND H. FELDMANN.

Bankers.

THE AFRICAN BANKING CORPORATION, LIMITED.
THE BRITISH LINEN COMPANY BANK, LIMITED.

Solicitors.

J. A. MAXWELL, 41, Bishopsgate Street, B.C.

SOLOMON AND THOMSON, Johannesburg, Transvaal Colony.

Auditors.

SEEAR, HASLUCK AND CO., Chartered Accountants.

Registered Office. Secretary.

1, RANCH CHAMBERS, SALISBURY, RHODESIA. H. BAX, F.I.C.S.

London Office -712-713, SALISBURY HOUSE, LONDON WALL, E.G.
Johannesburg Office 3-10, BROWN'S BUILDINGS, LOVEDAY STREET.



CHIEF ASSETS as at 30 June, 1903.

(Extracted from Directors' Report.}

SHAREHOLDINGS.
Elandsfontein Deep, Limited.

The Company's holding in this subsidiary concern consists of 18,500 Shares, fully paid, and
19,042 Shares, on which 5s. per Share has been paid a total holding of 37,542 Shares.

The Elandsfontein Deep formerly owned a deep level block of claims situate to the south
of the Rand Mines Deep, a deep level trust controlled jointly by Messrs. Wernher, Beit, and
Co. and the Consolidated Goldfields of South Africa. These claims were sold to the latter
Company for a cash consideration of 31,000, and a Share consideration of about 16,000
shares in a Gold Mining Company (to be formed by the Consolidated Goldfields), with a
right to subscribe 60,000 Shares in the working capital on notation at par. The Balance-
Sheet of the Elandsfontein Deep, Limited, dated 24th April, showed :

Cash in Hand 37,920

Cash at Call . . . .' 5,909

Uncalled Capital 45,000

Total Cash resources 88,829

The issued Capital being 110,000.

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THE CONSOLIDATED RAND-RHODESIA TRUST AND
GENERAL EXPLORATION COMPANY, LIMITED (Continued].

When the time arrives for the flotation of the ground sold to the Consolidated Goldfields of
South Africa, it is expected that this Company will realize a large profit from its interest in the
Elandsfontein Deep.

Randt Reefs Gold Mining Company, Limited, 14, 609 Shares, fully paid, and Debentures.

The 115 claims owned by this Company are situated between the property of the Rand
Mines Deep (alluded to above) and that of the Consolidated South Rand Mines Deep, a large
deep level block floated by Henderson's Transvaal Estates, Limited. Ultimately the claims
of the Randt Reefs Company are likely to be absorbed by a large consolidation of neighbouring
interests.

African Concessions Syndicate, 7,080 Shares.

This subsidiary Syndicate holds a concession for 75 years from the British South Africa
Company to employ the water power of the Victoria Falls, Zambesi River, for the develop-
ment of electrical power. Recent articles in the Times and other newspapers will have
informed shareholders of the vast possibilities of this scheme, the ultimate commercial value
of which can hardly be over-estimated. The total capital of the Syndicate is 50,000, of
which about 40,000 represents cash resources. One-half of the share capital was subscribed
at par by the British South Africa Company.

REAL ESTATE.
Van der Berg's portion of Farm Middelvlei, Witwatersrand.

This asset consists of freehold ground, in extent about 1,200 acres, and yielding a revenue
of from 1,000 to 1,200 per annum to this Company. A large amount on this account for
the period covered by the war is in arrear, but the Company's Johannesburg agents are en-
gaged in collecting the same.

MINING PROPERTIES (Witwatersrand).
347 Claims, Randfontein.

This is one of the most important assets of the Company. The property has been reported
upon by Mr. J. I. Hoffmann, late Manager of the North Randfontein Company, as containing
in his opinion the extenson of the Randfontein or Main Reef series. If developments prove
his opinion to be correct this property should alone be worth the whole capital of the Company.
Good offers have been made from time to time, but the directors have not yet received one
which they consider adequately represents its value.

SUNDRY INTERESTS.
Estate Finance and Mines Corporation, 29,000 Shares.

This Corporation has a capital of 672,778, with large and important assets, including
real estate in Johannesburg yielding a revenue of 18,000 a year and valued at 2(50,000.
It has real estate assets in England at Edgware, Bromley, and Walmer, and holds a very
substantial proportion of the capital of the Randfontein Deep, a powerful deep-level com-
pany floated on joint account with Messrs. Neumann, Barnato, Albu, and Goerz. It also
possesses a large interest in the Kamfersdam Diamond Mines, and other interests too numerous
to recapitulate here.

Houston Block, 131 Claims on Vlakfontein and Vogelstruisfontein (IVitivatersrand}.

An interest in the Houston Block is held on joint account with Henderson's Transvaal
Estates and another large South African House.

It stands in the books at a cost of 4,143, and it is considered should yield ultimately a
handsome profit.



Farm Vlakfontein No. 155

The Company is interested in this farm jointly with the Goldfields of Matabeleland and
others. The cost of this participation stands in the books at 4,185.

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THE VICTORIA FALLS.



The African Concessions Syndicate, Ltd.



AUTHORISED
ISSUED - -



CAPITAL-

- - - - 50,000 in 1 shares.

- 6.703 shares 1 called up.



23,297
20,000
50,000



)0s.
5s.



Directors.

Messrs. W. A. WILLS, Chairman.
H. WILSON Fox.

I. H. HlRSCHLER.



A. H. D. COCHRANE.

A. H. HAGGARD.
J. F. JONES.

Consulting Engineers.

SIR DOUGLAS Fox and SIR CHARLES METCALFE, Bart.



Auditors.

Messrs. Fox, SISSONS & Co., 9, Austin Friars,
London, E.C.

Secretary and Offices.

S. STAVELEY BRIGGS, 701, Salisbury House, London
Wall, London, E.C.



The Syndicate was formed on the 4th October, 1895, to acquire a concession of the
Victoria Falls on the Zambesi River, South Africa, for the purpose of utilizing the water power
for the generation of electricity, and has obtained from the British South Africa Company a lease
of the Falls for 75 years under certain conditions.

A Model of the Victoria Falls, prepared from diagrams and measurements made on the
spot in 1864 by the well known Explorer, Mr. Thomas Baines, is on exhibition in the Museum
of the British South Africa Company, London Wall Buildings, London Wall, E.C.



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JOHANNESBURG

Consolidated Investment Co,, Ltd,,

JOHANNESBURG AND LONDON.

Established 1889.



CAPITAL
RESERVE FUND *



2,750 ooo
1,000,000



Directors :

S. B. JOEL, ESQ., Chairman.



CARL HANAU, ESQ.

J. JOEL, ESQ.

H. S. CALDECOTT, ESQ.

J. FRIEDLANDER, ESQ.

CHARLES MARX, ESQ.

E. B. GARDINER, ESQ., M.A.



J. A. HAMILTON, Financial.



H. A. ROGERS, ESQ..
HENRY BARNATO, ESQ.
ISAAC LEWIS, ESQ.
J. EMRYS EVANS, ESQ., C.M.G.
SIR JOHN PURCELL, K.C.B.



South Africa :

HAROLD F. STRANGE, Mining.



Consulting 6ngineer :
J. HARRY JOHNS.



Johannesburg Secretarn :

v^> Q v ^

JOHN PITTS.

Johannesburg Offices :
CONSOLIDATED BUILDINGS.



onoon Secretarn :

l -*O

THOS. HONEY.

JTonbon Offices :
10 AND ii, AUSTIN FRIARS.



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ADVERTISEMENTS



THE ELANDSFONTEIN DEEP, LTD.

AUTHORISED CAPITAL i 10,000, in i Shares.



DIRECTORS.

W. A. WILLS (Chairman and Managing Director}. C. C. CANNELL.

J. BARRETT-LENNARD. FRANCIS MARSHALL.

AGENTS IN JOHANNESBURG :
THE ESTATE FINANCE AND MINES CORPORATION, LTD.

AUDITORS :
MESSRS. COOPER BROTHERS & CO., 14, George Street, Mansion House, London, E.C.

SECRETARY AND OFFICES :
S. STAVELEY BRIGGS, 701, Salisbury House, London Wall, London, E.C.

DREAPER, SONS & CO.

(London), LIMITED,

PATENT HEMP AND WIRE ROPE

MANUFACTURERS.



HEAD OFFICES :
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Sole Manufacturers of the " Hercules ' Brand of Manila
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CIRCULATION.



TRANSVAAL and RHODESIA 205

WESTERN PROVINCE, CAPE COLONY .... 205.

EASTERN PROVINCE, do. .... 155.

NATAL 155.

ORANGE RIVER COLONY 155



LONDON OFFICE-

2, Maclean's Buildings, New Street Square, E.G.

JOHANNESBURG OFFICE

14, Goodman Buildings, Commissioner Street



293



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BARTELS & CO.,

4, Hanover Court, Hanover Street, LONDON, W.



MILITARY AND SPORTING TAILORS.

Riding Breeches a Speciality.

VELVET COURT SUITS
MINISTERIAL AND DIPLOMATIC
COUNTY AND CITY LIEUTENANTS
CONSULAR SERVICE
INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE

INDIAN POLITICAL AND OUTFITS OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION.

Mufti Suits and Motor Liveries 000



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