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corporation on behalf of which the

applicant is applying as aforesaid.

(2) The applicant shall show, if required by

the Governor to do so, that he possesses sufficient



FOR NORTHERN NIGERIA 175

money or credit to enable him to pay all reason-
able travelling and prospecting expenses likely to
be incurred in the exercise of the rights conferred
by a prospecting right.

2. A prospecting right shall be in Form I. of Form,
the Appendix hereto.

3. The fee to be paid for a prospecting right Prospect-

_ ing right,

shall be x>5, and its duration shall be for one fee to be

paid, and

year from the granting of the right. duration.

4. Any person desiring to obtain an exclusive Applica-

tion for
licence to prospect may apply in writing to the exclusive

licence to

Governor through the Secretary to the Adminis- prospect,
tration, and in making such application shall give
the following particulars :

(a) The name, nationality, and description of

the applicant, and if representing a
corporation or company the like in-
formation with regard to the directors
thereof, and the amount of cash, work-
ing capital, and nominal capital of such
corporation or company, and an address
in the Protectorate at which notices,
&c., may be served ;

(b) Copies of the memorandum and articles

of association of any corporation, syn-
dicate, or company represented by the
applicant ;



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(c) The class, or combination of classes, of

minerals for which the applicant desires
to prospect ; and

(d) The boundaries, area, and situation of

the ground over which an exclusive
licence is desired : Provided that

(1) The boundaries shall be defined
in such a manner as to be a sufficient
guide to others desiring to locate con-
tiguous areas, and shall have been
demarcated to the satisfaction of the
Inspector of Mines ;

(2) A sketch plan shall be furnished
on the scale of 1/25,000, showing the
topography and main drainage in such
a manner as will illustrate the position
of the boundaries and enable them to be
identified upon the ground ; and

(3) No statement of latitude and
longitude shall be considered as defining
an exclusive prospecting area.

Appiica- 5- Applications under the preceding regulation

tions to be shall be submitted in duplicate, and one copy

m dupli-
cate and to shall be filed in the office of the Secretary to the
be filed.

Administration (or at such other place as the
Governor may appoint) ; and the file shall be
open to inspection at all reasonable times.



FOR NORTHERN NIGERIA 177

6. The shape of an area over which an Shape of

area of

exclusive licence to prospect may be granted exclusive
shall be such that the average width, as deter- prospect.
mined by dividing the area by the greatest length,
is not less than one-third of the greatest length.

7. An exclusive licence to prospect shall be in Form.
Form II. of the Appendix hereto.

8. The fee to be paid for an exclusive licence Fee to be
to prospect shall be 5 per square mile or part

of a square mile per annum.

9. (i) The holder of an exclusive licence to Obligation

of exclusive

prospect shall, under penalty of revocation of licences.
such licence under the provisions of section 1 1
of the Proclamation, during the whole of the
period for which such licence is granted, either
by himself or his agents, carry on bond fide pros-
pecting operations.

(2) The Governor may refuse to renew any Renewal,
exclusive licence if satisfied that bond fide pros-
pecting operations have not been carried on.

10. The holder of a prospecting right or an Rights of

prospector.

exclusive licence to prospect may in respect of
the land subject to his right or licence exercise
the following rights for the purpose of pros- .
pecting :

(a) Enter upon the said land unless the
Governor shall by Government notice

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declare any part thereof to be closed
to prospectors ;

(b) Erect temporary buildings or set up

camp thereon ;

(c) Use any water thereon or divert any

watercourse ; provided that no stream
of a greater width from bank to bank
than 20 feet shall be diverted without
the consent in writing of the Govern-
ment Inspector of Mines ;

(d) Sink shafts or wells, or dig trenches ;

and

(e) Cut timber for any purpose essential to

the work of carrying on prospecting
operations in an efficient manner.
Licences ii. A prospecting right, an exclusive licence

and autho-
rities to be to prospect, and any licence granted under the

shown to

Govern- provisions of the Proclamation or of these regula-

ment In-
spector of tions, and a written authority given by the holder
Mines.

of an exclusive licence to any person to prospect
upon his area, shall be produced to the Govern-
ment Inspector of Mines demanding to inspect
the same, and any person who shall fail to
produce such licence, right, or authority when
demanded as aforesaid shall be guilty of an
offence and be liable to a penalty not exceeding
25.



FOR NORTHERN NIGERIA 179

I 2. An application for a mining lease shall be Applica-
tion for
made through the Secretary to the Administra- mining

lease.

tion and shall contain the following particulars
and information :

(a) The name, nationality, and description

of the applicant, and if a syndicate or
corporation the like information with
regard to the members or directors
thereof, and the amount of the nominal
and subscribed capital of such syndi-
cate or corporation, and an address
in the Protectorate at which notices,
&c., may be served ;

(b) A map on a scale of .1/5000 showing

the boundaries, extent, and situation of
the area in which it is desired to mine,
and containing sufficient topographical
information to enable the position of
the area to be easily located ;

(c) The length of term desired ;

(d) Whether it is desired to dig for, mine,

and work all minerals and precious
stones, or some one or more and
which of them ; and

(e) A copy of the memorandum and articles

of association of any syndicate or cor-
poration applying as aforesaid.



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Form of 13- A mining lease shall be in the Form III.,

assignment anc ^ an assignment thereof in the Form IV. set

forth in the Appendix hereto, or as near thereto

as circumstances admit.
Bound- 14. All mining areas shall be bounded by

straight lines and vertical planes from the surface

boundary lines downwards to an unlimited depth

from the surface.
Permanent 13- Within a period not exceeding twelve

beacons to . ,, r .

be erected, months from the date ol the commencement 01 a
mining lease there shall be erected by the lessee
beacons of a permanent character :

(a) In the case of a lode mining lease, at

the corners of each claim ; and

(b) In the case of an alluvial lease, at each

angular point of the polygon formed by
the boundary lines, and at such other
points as may be necessary to secure
that no two consecutive beacons shall be
more than 2000 feet apart : Provided
that where for any reason it may be
impracticable to comply strictly with
these provisions, the Government In-
spector of Mines may authorise the
placing of beacons at such other points
as may in his opinion most conveniently
define the boundaries of the area.



FOR NORTHERN NIGERIA 181

1 6. A lessee of a mining lease shall keep his Beacons to

be kept in

beacons and boundary marks in good condition good

repair.

and repair so that they shall be at all times a
reasonable guide for persons desirous of marking



17. The lessee of a mining lease shall within Com-

mencement
twelve months of date of granting of such lease, ofworking.

or within such further time as the Governor by
writing under his hand may grant, commence
mining operations upon the lands subject to his
said lease.

1 8. The lessee of a mining lease will at all Minestobe

effectually

times during the continuance thereof, except worked.
during the first twelve months, o and unless pre-
vented by any disturbances, or by unavoidable
accident, effectually and vigorously work and de-
velop and carry on mining operations on the
land subject to the said lease.

19. No mine shall be considered to be effec- Conditions

of adequate

tually or properly worked within the meaning working.
of the preceding regulation unless it can be
shown that an expenditure per annum has been
incurred in respect of working on the ground of
at least 2 per acre in the case of an alluvial,
and 100 per claim in the case of a lode mining,
lease.

Provided that in the case of contiguous leases



1 82 NEW MINING REGULATIONS

held by the same person or corporation, the
Governor may, on cause being shown, allow any
two or more of the said leases to be regarded
as one for the purpose of calculating the ex-
penditure required by this regulation.

Deposit of 20. In any case where tailings or any other
and waste products whatever from the operations of mining
or metallurgy are being discharged, or about to
be discharged, in such a manner as to hinder
or injuriously affect any other person in the
execution of his legal mining rights, or the future
development of mining, it shall be lawful for the
Government Inspector of Mines to order the
disposal of such products or tailings in some
other manner not detrimental to present or future
mining.
Expio- 21. It shall not be lawful for any person to

sives.

construct underground any magazine for the
storage of explosives, or to erect a magazine for
such purpose upon the surface of the ground
without previously having obtained permission in
writing from the Government Inspector of Mines.
Any such magazine shall be erected subject to
the following conditions :

(a) It shall be constructed at a distance of
at least 100 yards from any occupied
building, public road, bridge, aqueduct,



FOR NORTHERN NIGERIA 183

or railway, or structure that might
sustain damage in the event of an
explosion ;

(b) The walls shall be of suitable and

substantial construction ;

(c) The roof shall be as light as possible,

but fire-proof ;

(d) It shall be provided with a reliable

lightning conductor, which shall have
its lower end attached to a metal
plate at least four square feet in
area which shall be buried at least
three feet in the ground, and the
point at which the conductor enters
the ground, and the ground in which
it is buried, shall be as far as possible
kept damp ;

(e) It shall have no windows ;

(/) The door shall be provided with a stout

lock and be kept fastened when not

in use ;
(g) The ground within a radius of sixty

yards shall be kept clear of bushes

and grass.
22. On or before the 8th of each month, or Monthly

r . reports to

as soon after as circumstances will permit, every Govem-

, - . . ment.

manager or person in charge of mining opera-



1 84 NEW MINING REGULATIONS

tions shall lodge with the Government Inspector
of Mines a written statement setting forth :

(1) The name and designation of the

property ;

(2) The name of the owners of the mine ;

(3) The nature of the mine;

(4) The output of mineral in the preceding

month ;

(5) A statement of working costs ;

(6) The number of employees and labourers

in the preceding month, and the total
amount of wages paid to the labourers
and the total amount of salaries of
Europeans that are a charge on the
mine, including those on leave ;

(7) The particulars of any deaths or accidents

that may have occurred during the
preceding month ; and

(8) Any further particulars that may be

required by the Government Inspector
of Mines for the purpose of compiling
statistics.

23. (i) There shall be payable to the Govern-
ment by all lessees of mining leases a royalty
of 5 per centum upon the value of all
metal won.

(2) If such metal or any ore containing metal



FOR NORTHERN NIGERIA 185
be exported from the Protectorate, such royalty Form of

collection.

shall be collected in the form of an export duty
payable upon exportation at any customs station
in the Protectorate.

(?) The value of such metal shall be deemed Value, how

computed.

to be the actual market price of the metal in
the London market on the 1st day of January,
April, July, or October next preceding the expor-
tation.

(4) The value of tin ore shall be deemed to Tin ore.
be at the rate of 70 per centum of the value
of metallic tin computed as aforesaid.

24. Any person wilfully committing a breach Penalties,
of these regulations or refusing to obey an order
lawfully given under any of the provisions thereof
shall in addition to any liability to forfeiture pro-
vided by the Proclamation be liable to a penalty
not exceeding $o, or in default to imprisonment
for a term not exceeding six months.



1 86 NEW MINING REGULATIONS



APPENDIX

FORM I.

THE MINERALS PROCLAMATION, 1910 (NORTHERN

NIGERIA).
PROSPECTING RIGHT , No.

Licence, subject to the provisions of the said
Proclamation and of the rules and regulations
made thereunder, is hereby granted for twelve
months from the date hereof to E. F. [here insert
name, address, and description of licensee] to
prospect for minerals [or as the case may be] in
such parts of the Protectorate as may not from
time to time be closed to prospectors by Govern-
ment Notice in the Gazette.

This day of 19

(Signed)

Governor.



FORM II.

THE MINERALS PROCLAMATION, 1910 (NORTHERN
NIGERIA), EXCLUSIVE LICENCE TO PROSPECT.

No.

The exclusive right, subject to the provisions
of the said Proclamation, and of the rules and
regulations made thereunder, for one year from
the day of is hereby

granted to A. B. [here insert name, address, and



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description of licensee] to prospect for minerals
[or as the case may be~] within the following
limits [here insert boundaries of area] as the same
are delineated on the map attached hereto and
coloured.

This day of 19

(Signed)

Governor.



FORM III.

THE MINERALS PROCLAMATION, 1910 (NORTHERN
NIGERIA), MINING LEASE.

[Insert nature of lease. See s. 17.]

This lease is granted to of

for mining purposes upon or

under [here describe area with boundaries'] as the
same is delineated on the map attached hereto
for the period of years from

the date hereof according to the true intent and
meaning of the said Proclamation and subject
to the provisions of the said Proclamation or of
any Proclamation amending, altering, or repealing
the same, and to all such rules and regulations
as may from time to time be made under such
Proclamation or Proclamations.

Dated this day of 19

(Signed)

Governor.



1 88 NORTHERN NIGERIA



FORM IV.

THE MINERALS PROCLAMATION, 1910 (NORTHERN
NIGERIA), ASSIGNMENT OF MINING LEASE.

Whereas under the provisions of the above-
mentioned Proclamation a lease for mining purposes
upon or under [here describe area with boundaries ,
&>c.) as in original lease\ was on the day

of 19 , granted to of

for a term of years from the

date thereof, and duly registered in Vol.
page of the register of instruments affecting

land. Now these presents witness that in con-
sideration of the sum of the said
[lessee] doth hereby assign to of
all his right title and interest in
and under the said lease as from the day
of for the remainder of the term thereof.

In witness, &c.



Printed by BALLANTYNB HANSON & Co.
Edinburgh &* London





LAGOS. AMONGST THE PALMS




BIRD'S-EYE VIEW SHOWING MARINA AND TOWN, LAGOS




A PORTION OF LAGOS TOWN FROM ROOF OF NEW MOSQUE




LAGOS




WEST END OF LAGOS FROM THE FRENCH FACTORY




STEAM TRAM, MARINA, LAGOS




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BUSINESS PREMISES, MARINA, LAGOS




PART OF MARINA, LAGOS




THE MARINA, LAGOS




CLUB-HOUSE, LAGOS




POST OFFICE, LAGOS




GOVERNMENT HOUSE, LAGOS




PUBLIC WASH "HOUSES," LAGOS




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PUBLIC WASHING PLACE, ELEGBATA, LAGOS




RAILWAY, IDDO




YAMS (POTATOES) ON THE BEACH, LAGOS




FRUIT MARKET, LAGOS




CORNER OF MARKET, LAGOS




IDDO STATION, LAGOS




RAILWAY ENGINE, IDDO




FULANI SHEEP, LAGOS




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BULLOCK CART







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FORCADOS, SOUTHERN NIGERIA




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"SIR ALFRED" DRY DOCK, FORCADOS




BOTANICAL GARDENS, EBUTE METTA, LAGOS





BOTANICAL GARDENS, EBUTE METTA, LAGOS




RAILWAY CROSSING, EBUTE METTA, LAGOS




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ON THE ROAD TO EBUTE METTA, LAGOS




33



THE MARKET, BURUTU, SOUTHERN NIGERIA




34



BURUTU MARKET




GOVERNMENT BOAT AT BURUTU




PALM OIL STORES, BURUTU




37



HOSPITAL, BURUTU




KWA RIVER, CALABAR. MOTOR BOAT "SPIDER,
DRAUGHT 9 INCHES




CHIEF OKRODODO AND TWO OF HIS SONS, BURUTU




44 CHIEF OKRODODO, HIS SONS AND DAUGHTERS: JAKRIE TRIBE,

BURUTU




45



NATIVE DANCERS AT AWKA IN THE ONITSHA HINTERLAND
BETWEEN NIGER AND THE CROSS RIVER




46



NATIVE MARKET AT ITU ON CROSS RIVER




A LANDING PLACE ON CROSS RIVER




48 ON THE EWAYONG, A TRIBUTARY OF THE CROSS RIVER




49



A BRIDGE OVER AUJA RIVER NEAR OGOJA




BRIDGE BUILT OF VINES BY PAGANS




THE "SPIDER" AT ITU




OSHOGBO RAILWAY STATION: LADY EGERTON AND DISTRICT
COMMISSIONER, MR. GLADSTONE, IN FOREGROUND




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LOWER NIGER




LOWER NIGER




57



ON THE BANKS OF THE LOWER NIGER




SHIPPING RUBBER, LOWER NIGER




VILLAGE ON THE LOWER NIGER



IDAH, RIVER NIGER




61 MESSRS. G. w. CHRISTIAN'S STORE AT IDAH, NIGER RIVER




EJAWS : VILLAGE SCENE, LOWER NIGER




BOYS" WHO WORK THE CARGO




SHIPPING COTTON, LOKOJA, NORTHERN NIGERIA




NIGER COMPANY S DEPOT AT LOKOJA




70



PRODUCE STORES, LOKOJA




LOKOJA MARKET




LOKOJA MARKET




73



LOKOJA MARKET




74



LOKOJA MARKET




75



YAMS ON THE BEACH, LOKOJA




AT THE RIVER-SIDE, LOKOJA




77



LOKOJA




LOKOJA




79



MARINE BUNGALOW, LOKOJA




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EUROPEAN HOSPITAL, LOKOJA




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CANTEEN AT LOKOJA




82



BANK, LOKOJA




KING ABIGA, LOKOJA, NORTHERN NIGERIA




84



DEVIL MAN, LOKOJA




LOKOJA




86



LOKOJA




CAMP ROAD, LOKOJA




CAMP ROAD, LOKOJA



BARRACKS, LOKOJA





90 THE SERRIKIN (KING OF LOKOJA) AND HIS CHIEFS AT THE

KING'S HOUSE




MEAT-MARKET. LOKOJA




GUARD ON GOVERNMENT TREASURY. LOKOJA




93



MESSRS. CHRISTIAN'S STORE, LOKOJA




94



HAUSAS LOVli SOAP AND WATER




95



COMING IN FROM THE COUNTRY, LOKOJA




LOKOJA




97



BRIDGE OF SIGHS, LOKOJA




GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND OTHERS WATCHING GYMKANA,
LOKOJA




99 HAUSA WOMEN HAIRDRESSING, LOKOJA, NORTHERN NIGERIA




BARBERS, LOKOJA MARKET




NATIVE BARBER




102 PREPARING FOOFOO (CRUSHED YAMS), LOKOJA




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CHILDREN AT PLAY, LOKOJA




104 CHILDREN IN THE MARKET, LOKOJA, NORTHERN NIGERIA




WASHING UP, RIVER NIGER




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A QUARREL, LOKOJA MARKET




I0 7 WASHING DAY ON THE NIGER RIVER, NORTHERN NIGERIA





108 NATIVE TRADING CANOE, UPPER NIGER, NORTHERN NIGERIA




110 BLACK BLUEJACKETS ON THE GOVERNMENT RIVER STEAMER
" KAPELLI "




s.w, "NPONI" (CARGO BOAT) ON THE RIVER NIGER




HALSTEAD" (CARGO BOAT) ON NIGER RIVER




113 HIGH COMMISSIONER'S YACHT "CORONA" ON THE NIGER





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HAUSA CANOE




115 CHIEF'S CANOE BEING SALUTED ON THE NIGER




Il6 NUPE TOWN OF EGGA ON THE NIGER




II/ EGGA, NORTHERN NIGERIA




118



EGBOHU, NORTHERN NIGERIA, LANDING PLACE OF EXPEDITION
AGAINST BEDA




119



PART OF RABBA VILLAGE, NORTHERN NIGERIA




UNLOADING SALT, JEBBA




LOADING STEAMER, JEBBA




THE " s.s. SCARBOROUGH" AT JEBBA




123



LOOKING UP THE NIGER FROM JEBBA




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MOHAMMEDAN MOSQUE, NORTHERN NIGERIA




PALM VILLAGE, NORTHERN NIGERIA




126



SHONGA, NORTHERN NIGERIA
B.C.G.A. have a ginnery here




127



FULANI CATTLE, NORTHERN NIGERIA




128



ON THE BENUE RIVER




129



CAMPING ON BENUE RIVER




MARKET AT LAMUGO, NEAR KEFFI




COWRIE MEN PAYING CARRIERS PER CASKET




132



MAKING LAMA MATS




MAKING STOOLS




134



GRINDING GUINEA CORN




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CATTLE, NEAR NAFADA




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CAMELS AT NAFADA




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SELLING COTTON IN NAFADA MARKET










CHIEF OF KANAM




142



HEAD MEN IN VOM







143 MIANGO CHIEF AND HEAD MEN (EX-CHIEF ON LEFT)




144



CHIEF OF WASE




CAMPS IN HOS



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155 VIEW ON THE RIVER NIGER




156 MESSRS. G. W. CHRISTIAN'S STORE, ONITSHA




157 SIR WILLIAM WALLACE, K.C.M.G.




158 MR. S. R. BASTARD

(Chairman Champion Gold Reefs of We>t Africa, Ltd , and other important
Nigerian Companies)




159



MR. LAWS IN FRONT OF OFFICE WITH BARS OF
TIN READY FOR TRANSPORT




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FIRST CAMP AT THE TIN MINES, NAKAGUTA




NARAGUTA CAMP




162



PART OF THE FUEL MARKET, BAUCHI




SURVEYING PARTY AT JUGA




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164 PAGANS PAYING A VISIT TO DISCUSS MATTERS AT JOS




PAGANS BRINGING IN A PRESENT, JOS




166 NARAGUTA. PAGANS COMING IN FOR TIN LOADS TO JERMAAN
(We were fighting them a year before)




167



CARRIERS LEAVING NARAGUTA CAMP




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CARRIERS CROSSING DELIMI RIVER




169



NARAGUTA.



190 BARS OF TIN LEAVING CAMP BY
ASAB PAGANS



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A CAMP. SURVEY CAMP AT JOS




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HORSES BEING BROUGHT AS TAX




174



NARAGUTA. MAKING DAM




*75 NARAGUTA. CONSTRUCTION OF DAM. RUKUBAR PAGANS




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NARAGUTA. VIEW SHOWING BACK OF DAM




NARAGUTA DAM




178



NARAGUTA




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NARAGUTA




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NARAGUTA




l8l NARAGUTA. FOUR SLUICE-BOXES IN LABOURERS* CREEK



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NARAGUTA




183 NARAGUTA. VIEW OF SLUICE-BOXES, LABOURERS' CREEK




184 NARAGUTA. MOVING BOXES TO FACE OF STOPE, BALA'S STOPE




NARAGUTA. TWO SLUICE-BOXES




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NARAGUTA




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NARAGUTA




LABOURERS' CAMP ON THE TIN FIELDS




I 9 I NARAGUTA. TIN-WORKERS WORKING THE BED OF THE RIVER
IN DRY SEASON



192 NARAGUTA. CONSTRUCTION OF I.EAT BY RUKUBAR PAGANS




CONSTRUCTION OF LEAT BY RUKUBAR PAGANS



WASHING TIN IN DELIMI RIVER, NARAGUTA




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DELIMI RIVER




I97 NARAGUTA. VIEW



SHOWING FLOOD-BOXES ON LEAT




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NARAGUTA




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A CAMP




NARAGUTA. TRIBUTERS WASHING TIN




TIN WASHING




206 NARAGUTA. TIN MINING. YORUBUS WORKING IN THE GROUND




207 TROOPS LEAVING NARAGUTA CAMP FOR BAUCHI




208 NAFUTA GORGE, LOOKING TOWARDS JUGA

The Juga River runs down the centre and passes to the Nafuta Flats




20g NAFUTA GORGE

The river at this point is lost to sight thirty feet below the big boulders
in the middle of the ravine




MR, C. G. LUSH'S CAMP AT JUGA




213 CAMP OF MESSRS, LUSH, HUDDART, AND WALTER WETHERED




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HOUSE-BUILDING, RAFISIROMA TIN MINES




A GROUP OF NATIVES





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MR. G. W. CHRISTIAN
A Nigerian Trader




234



MR. H. W. LAWS
Engineer to the Niger Company




237 MAP SHOWING ROUTE OF RAILWAY FROM
BARO TO RIGACHIKA, ABOUT 225 MILES



PLAN SHOWING SOME OF THE. PRINCIPAL

ALLUVIAL TIN DISTRICTS

/N BAUCHI PROVINCE.

NORTHERN NIGERIA




239



ALLUVIAL TIN DISTRICTS IN THE BAUCHI PROVINCE



PLAN SHOWING PROPERTIES

JUGATlN &~POWLR C 9 LJ

PROVINCE OF BAUCHI

NORTHERN NIGERIA.



Dubbo



HUfs



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Hunhin



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yuaserakiyama



Furlongs



Scale



nererence

Roads ......... Trolls - Til Mm*



241 PROPERTIES OF THE JUGA (.NIGERIA) TIN AND POWER CO. LTD.



Nushini Hill \



Sal
Mounteins'fc >g

in





furlong



Juqa Hills

% PLAN SHOWING POSITION

ALLUVIAL T!N HL PROPERTIES
\ DUBBO DISTRICT

\ PROVINCE OF BAUCHI
\ NORTHERN NIGERIA.



Scale of Miles.



REFERENCE

Roads -=- Trails - -



242



PROPERTIES OF THE LUCKY CHANCE MINES, LTD.,
IN THE DUBBO DISTRICT




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B1L1D1 RIVER CONCESSION
PROVINCE OF BAUCHI NORTHERN NIGERIA




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Scale of Miles



2 4 6



THE BILIDI ALLUVIAL TIN PROPERTY
Belonging to the Lucky Chance Mines, Limited






F E D E R R I ( ;
Area: 8 Sq. Miles \




247



THE FEDERRI ALLUVIAL TIN PROPERTY
Tin Fields of Northern Nigeria, Limited



PLAN SHOWING LOCATION 0F



THE KURBUM RIVER TIN MINES
PROVINCE or BAUCHI, NORTHERN NIGERIA




249



KURDUM RIVER ALLUVIAL TIN AREA



fiAUCH.



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~



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FMWM PROSPECT/NO AREA


2'/4 Square Miles


PROV/NCE OF BAUCH/,


NORTHERN N/GER/A.




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Scale of Yards



2 55



JUGA DISTRICT



THE NORTHERN NIGERIA (BAUCHl) TIN MINES
LIMITED .




257



THE NORTHERN NIGERIA (BAUCHl) TIN MINES, LTD.



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