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Info Database Last Updated 28.10.2020 (Entity News entries: 28)
Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Morning Times, September 2, 1897. Volume: 5 [V]
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3
Info Title:
Mary McKinney; Birch Lease
Saturday the new air compressor on the Birch lease on the Mary McKinney will be in working order. The 120-foot station is now being timbered, and studs are being put in place preparatory to stripping down the ore which has been left standing, and stoping out that which lies above the drift.
graphic for visual presentation of text About half a car has been saved toward another shipment.
Above Info was Last Updated on 09.02.2019 (16:41:02)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Morning Times, October 19, 1899. Volume: 7 [VII], Issue No.: 273
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1
Info Title:
Mary McKinney Water Lowered
WATER LOWERED.
graphic for visual presentation of text During the last few days the water in the Mary McKinney had been lowered twenty feet and it is now practically under control. Superintendent Keener is of the opinion that there is a subterranean connection between the Moon-Anchor and the Mary McKinney.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 06.04.2020 (00:04:36)
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Type/Category of Info:
Article
Info Source From:
The Morning Times, December 31, 1899. Volume: 9 [IX], Issue No.: 24
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7 (3)
Info Title:
1899 Dividends for Mary McKinney
During 1899 it was paid in Dividends by the Mary McKinney—
graphic for visual presentation of textOctober 10……………………03…$30,000
graphic for visual presentation of textDecember……………………..........30,000
graphic for visual presentation of textTotal……………………................$60,000

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Above Info was Last Updated on 24.07.2020 (17:26:28)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining World, November 28, 1901. Volume: 10 [X], Issue No.: 19
Info found on page:
5
Info Title:
Mary McKinney Workings
The output of the Mary McKinney last month averaged a little less than sixty tons a day, of an average grade of $40 a ton. The production this month will be a little heavier. About all the ore which is being shipped is taken out in dead work.
graphic for visual presentation of text The flow of water is gradually receding, and not to exceed 600 gallons a minute is being raised from the 500-foot level. A few months ago 1,500 gallons was the record.
graphic for visual presentation of text Sinking an additional 100 feet will be commenced about the first of the year. A large station will be cut at the 600-foot level and a pump has already been ordered, capable of raising 1,200 gallons of water a minute.
graphic for visual presentation of text A drift will be extended close to the vein and a diamond drill will be used to tap the ore shoot and water flow. The water will then be gradually drained out so there will be no danger of drowning the big pump. At least 1,500 gallons of water a minute is confidently looked for at the 600-foot level and it may be much more.
Above Info was Last Updated on 04.07.2020 (12:47:33)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, February 7, 1903. Volume: 75 [LXXV], Issue No.: 6
Info found on page:
237
Info Title:
Mary McKinney Said to Be in Good Condition
Mary McKinney.—Reports indicate that the mine is in very good condition. It is understood that a vein not opened before has been cut in the upper levels. No work is being done on the 6th level, but it is expected that the drainage tunnel will take the water from this level. At present the mine is shipping its usual tonnage.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 17.05.2019 (11:01:46)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, April 11, 1903. Volume: 75 [LXXV], Issue No.: 15
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574
Info Title:
Mary McKinney Mining Co. Quarterly Dividend
Mary McKinney Mining Company.—The directors have declared the usual quarterly dividend of 1c. per share, or $30,000. The mine is one of the best in the district, and has been a steady shipper. It is on Guyot Hill, near Anaconda. George L. Keener, of Cripple Creek, is general manager.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 18.04.2019 (09:46:38)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, June 6, 1903. Volume: 75 [LXXV], Issue No.: 23
Info found on page:
872
Info Title:
State School of Mines Visit to the Mary Mckinney Mine
Mary McKinney mine, through the courtesy of the management, was visited the first part of the week by the senior class of the State School of Mines upon their annual tour of the mining districts of the State. The class, which numbered 27, was in charge of Profs. Hill, Stockton and King.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 22.04.2019 (12:47:27)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, June 13, 1903. Volume: 75 [LXXV], Issue No.: 24
Info found on page:
910
Info Title:
Mary McKinney Monthly Production
Mary McKinney Mining Company.—This property is reported producing about $75,000 per month, though the bottom level is under water. The ore comes from all over the mine. No attempt is made to work the sixth level, as the drainage tunnel will begin draining the property before long. The property is near the Anaconda, and has the reputation of having the longest ore shoot in the camp. George Keener, of Cripple Creek, is in charge.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 25.04.2019 (23:06:18)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, May 14, 1904. Volume: 88 [LXXXVIII]
Info found on page:
336
Info Title:
Mary McKinney Working the Bottom
The Mary McKinney has men in its lower workings and ore is being hoisted and shipped from the bottom of the mine. The Mary McKinney, while greatly assisted by the El Paso tunnel, hurried the unwatering of the property by pumping.
Above Info was Last Updated on 20.02.2019 (16:51:54)
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Type/Category of Info:
Special/Editorial Correspondence
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, November 13, 1909. Volume: 88 [LXXXVIII], Issue No.: 20
Info found on page:
994
Info Title:
Mary McKinney October Production
Denver. Nov. 5—The production of the Mary McKinney main shaft in October was 800 tons of ore, yielding from $25 to $30 in gold per ton.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 20.05.2019 (20:56:42)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, December 18, 1909. Volume: 88 [LXXXVIII], Issue No.: 25
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1244
Info Title:
Western Investment November Production on the Mary McKinney
Western Investment—This company, which is operating the Mary McKinney mine under lease, is said to have made a production during November of nearly 800 tons, yielding $30 per ton.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 31.05.2019 (15:53:53)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, August 5, 1911. Volume: 92 [XCII], Issue No.: 6
Info found on page:
277
Info Title:
Mary McKinney Resumes Winze Work After Water Level Sunk
Mary McKinney—Work of sinking the winze, which is going down on the water, will be resumed by Aug. 1. It has been three months since any work was done in this winze. Just as soon as the water drops 100 ft. the main shaft will be sunk that depth.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 26.03.2019 (11:29:51)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, September 23, 1911. Volume: 92 [XCII], Issue No.: 13
Info found on page:
612
Info Title:
Mary McKinney August Output
Mary McKinney—In a winze being sunk to water level, which is about 65 ft., a car of ore has been mined which contained 5 oz. of gold per ton. The August output was 17 cars, chiefly mill ore.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 26.03.2019 (22:44:12)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, December 9, 1911. Volume: 92 [XCII], Issue No.: 24
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1150
Info Title:
Mary McKinney Drains at the rate of 5½ in. per day
Mary McKinney—In the shaft of this mine on the west slope of Ravens hill the water has been receding at the rate of 5½ in. per day, since the C. K. & N. watercourse was tapped in the deep-drainage tunnel. In the bottom level there is a shoot of ore 500 ft. long.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 30.03.2019 (20:52:39)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, September 7, 1912. Volume: 94 [XCIV], Issue No.: 10
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470
Info Title:
Mary McKinney in Higher Grade Then Usual
Mary McKinney—The profits made from ore opened below the old water-level are said to be large. The output for August was 40 carloads of higher grade than usual.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 23.03.2019 (19:32:30)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, October 25, 1913. Volume: 107 [CVII], Issue No.: 17
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664
Info Title:
Mary McKinney Dividend
On October 26 the Mary McKinney Mining Co. will pay a dividend of 2c. per share, amounting to $26,185, making a total to date of $1,090,751.
graphic for visual presentation of textOrebodies on the 900 ft. level are producing good ore.
Above Info was Last Updated on 18.11.2019 (14:20:50)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, October 25, 1913. Volume: 107 [CVII], Issue No.: 17
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664
Info Title:
Mary McKinney in Good Ore at 900 Feet
At Mary McKinney, orebodies on the 900 ft. level are producing good ore.
Above Info was Last Updated on 18.11.2019 (21:40:16)
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Type/Category of Info:
Article
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, November 8, 1913. Volume: 107 [CVII], Issue No.: 19
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734
Info Title:
Depth of the Mary McKinney Under Gold Hill
The Mary McKinney drifts will cut under the summit of Gold Hill at a depth of 1700 feet.
Above Info was Last Updated on 26.11.2019 (10:27:34)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, November 8, 1913. Volume: 107 [CVII], Issue No.: 19
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743
Info Title:
Mary McKinney Mining Co. News
From January 1 to September 30 the Mary McKinney Mining Co. had a revenue of $276,922, and a net profit of $95,722.
graphic for visual presentation of textFour dividends, totaling $104,740 were paid, and the cash balance was $105,671 at the end of September.
graphic for visual presentation of textThe main shaft is being sunk from 900 to 1000 ft. depth.
Above Info was Last Updated on 02.12.2019 (02:01:49)
Above Info was First Seen 26.11.2019

Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, December 6, 1913. Volume: 107 [CVII], Issue No.: 23
Info found on page:
907
Info Title:
Mary Mckinney is Below Thousand Feet
The Mary McKinney Mining Co.'s shaft is down 1013 ft.
Above Info was Last Updated on 26.01.2020 (21:24:39)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, March 29, 1919. Volume: 118 [CXVIII], Issue No.: 13
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434
Info Title:
Mary McKinney Lessees February Production
Seven sets of lessees on the Mary McKinney on Raven and Gold hills produced close to 400 tons of milling ore in February.
Above Info was Last Updated on 05.03.2020 (14:17:15)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, April 19, 1919. Volume: 118 [CXVIII], Issue No.: 16
Info found on page:
540
Info Title:
Mary McKinney Sent Out Some Good Ore
A sacked consignment of ore from the Mary McKinney mine on Raven hill was settled at $2367 per ton. The gold content was 88 oz. and silver 600 oz. A 35-ton lot shipped at the same time averaged 5 oz. gold.
Above Info was Last Updated on 06.03.2020 (09:01:52)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, May 24, 1919. Volume: 118 [CXVIII], Issue No.: 21
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718
Info Title:
Diamond-Drilling in the Mary Mckinney Mine
Prospecting by diamond-drill for the lost Farrel vein has been started on No. 7 level of the Mary McKinney mine by James Ahearn, the drilling expert, under contract with the company.
graphic for visual presentation of text Ahearn has been very successful in this work at the Cresson company's Raven Hill estate.
Above Info was Last Updated on 07.03.2020 (18:47:01)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, January 15, 1921. Volume: 122 [CXXII], Issue No.: 3
Info found on page:
99
Info Title:
Mary McKinney Co. Lessees Ships to the Golden Cycle Mill
Eight sets of lessees on the property of the Mary McKinney company, three in the main shaft, three in the Anaconda, and two sets in the Howard-shaft workings are mining and shipping medium-grade ore to Golden Cycle mill at Colorado Springs.
graphic for visual presentation of text No work is being done on company account.
Above Info was Last Updated on 21.02.2020 (10:05:12)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, August 27, 1921. Volume: 123 [CXXIII], Issue No.: 9
Info found on page:
304
Info Title:
Gold Hill Discoveries
Discoveries are reported from the Gold Hill section, on the Mary McKinney, Rittenhouse, and Lexington properties on the southern slope of the hill. Ore averaging one ounce gold per ton has been opened for 50 to 100 ft. by lessees.
Above Info was Last Updated on 16.02.2020 (22:31:50)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, October 22, 1921. Volume: 123 [CXXIII], Issue No.: 17
Info found on page:
582
Info Title:
Mary McKinney Doing Diamond Drilling
The Mary McKinney Mining Co. has a diamond-drill exploring the main vein at depth. Should results warrant, the main shaft will be deepened.
Above Info was Last Updated on 18.02.2020 (22:28:47)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, October 29, 1921. Volume: 123 [CXXIII], Issue No.: 18
Info found on page:
617
Info Title:
Mary McKinney in Rich Pocket
A rich pocket recently was opened by lessees at the 11th level of the Mary McKinney mine; a recent shipment settled for $5 per pound.
Above Info was Last Updated on 19.02.2020 (23:30:31)
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Type/Category of Info:
City Briefs
Info Source From:
Akron Weekly Pioneer Press, June 8, 1923. Volume: 37 [XXXVII], Issue No.: 29
Info found on page:
4
Info Title:
Midland Terminal Full Train Memorial Day
Cripple Creek.—The Midland Terminal railway, operating an excursion from Colorado Springs to Cripple Creek Memorial day, did not possess enough rolling equipment to accommodate the number desiring to visit the district. At the Santa Fe depot in Colorado Springs 100 person were turned away and seven heavily loaded coaches made the trip. The reason for the large number of excursionists is attributed to the renewed activity in Cripple Creek mining. A number of the visitors were taken through the Mary McKinney mine.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 27.07.2019 (21:39:11)
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