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Info Database Last Updated 28.10.2020 (Entity News entries: 18)
Type/Category of Info:
Article
Info Source From:
The Morning Times, December 31, 1899. Volume: 9 [IX], Issue No.: 24
Info found on page:
7 (3)
Info Title:
1899 Dividends for Last Dollar
During 1899 it was paid in Dividends by the Last Dollar—
graphic for visual presentation of textNovember 1……………..............$30,000

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Above Info was Last Updated on 24.07.2020 (17:28:42)
Above Info was First Seen 22.07.2020

Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
Aspen Democrat, March 9, 1901. Volume: 1 [I], Issue No.: 181
Info found on page:
2
Info Title:
Last Dollar Strike
The showing being made at this time upon the phenomenal strip in the 1,050-foot level of the Last Dollar mine at Victor is of such a remarkable nature that the company has determined to sink its main shaft another 100 feet, making the total depth 1,150 feet.
graphic for visual presentation of text The reason why more is not known about this wonderful strike is the fact that the company is a close corporation. It is known, however, that the rich ore contains slips of sylvanite of unheard of richness. A mining expert who examined the property saw slivers of sylvanite eighteen inches long and ninety per cent metallic.
graphic for visual presentation of text This is the highest record for the Cripple Creek district.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 10.10.2019 (10:46:15)
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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
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2
Info Title:
Last Dollar October Shipments
During the month of October, the Last Dollar moved about fifty cars of its excellent ore.
Above Info was Last Updated on 04.07.2020 (12:13:10)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, May 16, 1903. Volume: 75 [LXXV], Issue No.: 20
Info found on page:
762
Info Title:
Last Dollar
A strike of sulphide ore is reported in the 1,250-ft. level. It is said to be one of the richest strikes ever made in the district, but sufficient work has not been done to determine what it will amount to.
graphic for visual presentation of text Charles Walden is in charge.
Above Info was Last Updated on 20.04.2019 (18:21:05)
Above Info was First Seen 03.02.2019

Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, January 14, 1904. Volume: 77 [LXXVII]
Info found on page:
96
Info Title:
Last Dollar Working
Last Dollar.->This Bull hill mine has a new sampling plant that means a considerable saving to the company; also a new washing machine. There are about 50 men now working in the mine, and the output is about 40 tons daily of 1,5 oz. ore.
graphic for visual presentation of text About two years ago sinking stopped on account of water at a depth of 1,240 ft. Sinking will soon be resumed, as the water has fallen.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 20.02.2019 (15:17:59)
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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
Info found on page:
1244
Info Title:
Last Dollar Leased
Last Dollar—This mine, credited with a production of $2,000,000, but which has been idle since 1904, has been leased for 18 months to responsible parties, and will be put in active operation at once.
graphic for visual presentation of text The main shaft is 1278 ft. deep, with 12,000 ft. of drifts and crosscuts. It is fully equipped with powerful machinery.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 31.05.2019 (15:56:37)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal, September 30, 1911. Volume: 92 [XCII], Issue No.: 14
Info found on page:
659
Info Title:
Last Dollar To Be Worked on Company Account
Last Dollar—This property, operated for the past two years by Gilder & Co. and their sub-lessees, has been taken over by the company and will be worked on company account.

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Above Info was Last Updated on 26.03.2019 (23:08:40)
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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
Info found on page:
734
Info Title:
Depth of the Last Dollar Mine
Last Dollar G. M. Co., main shaft, on Bull Hill, is now 1200 ft.
Above Info was Last Updated on 26.11.2019 (10:27:34)
Above Info was First Seen 20.11.2019

Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, April 12, 1919. Volume: 118 [CXVIII], Issue No.: 15
Info found on page:
509
Info Title:
Modoc Consolidated Mines Co. Operations
The Modoc Consolidated has cut the upward extension of the new rich vein, first discovered north of the Last Dollar shaft, at a depth of 1200 ft., at the 1000-ft. level of the mine. The width and extent of the shoot at 1000 ft. has not been determined, but the gold content is 2 oz.
graphic for visual presentation of text The vein at 1200 ft has widened to 20 ft. in about the centre of the shoot.
Above Info was Last Updated on 05.03.2020 (22:48:37)
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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:
Last Dollar March Shipments
The Modoc company in March shipped from the Last Dollar mine on Bull hill 350 tons of ore, worth from $18 to $38 per ton.
Above Info was Last Updated on 06.03.2020 (09:00:01)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, November 1, 1919. Volume: 119 [CXIX], Issue No.: 18
Info found on page:
644
Info Title:
Combination and Last Dollar Development by Modoc Consolidated
The Modoc Consolidated Mines Co. is now shipping at the rate of from 60 to 75 tons daily. The new orehouse has been completed, the hoisting capacity increased by use of the counterbalance in the three-compartment No. 2 shaft, and track laid to the ore-house to permit loading ore direct.
graphic for visual presentation of text It is estimated 15,000 tons of ore lies broken in the filled stopes at the 1200-ft. level, and the work of pulling the stope has commenced. The rock will sort, it is estimated, to fully 5000 tons of shipping-grade ore ranging in tenor from one to five ounces gold per ton, the higher tenor obtaining in the screenings.
graphic for visual presentation of text Deep development and exploration of the Combination claim will, it is reported, soon be commenced, when the labor situation is improved by the return of miners to the district for the winter months.
Above Info was Last Updated on 10.03.2020 (13:17:45)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, January 24, 1920. Volume: 120 [CXX], Issue No.: 4
Info found on page:
129
Info Title:
Last Dollar Shipments
Daily shipments of good ore are leaving the Modoc Consolidated company's No. 2 or Last Dollar shaft on Bull hill at the rate of 50 tons daily.
Above Info was Last Updated on 24.02.2020 (11:10:50)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, February 7, 1920. Volume: 120 [CXX], Issue No.: 6
Info found on page:
211
Info Title:
Last Dollar Shaft of Modoc with Electric Compressor
An additional electric compressor of 10-drlll capacity has been added to the equipment at the No. 2 shaft of the Modoc Consolidated company, preparatory to development of the Combination claim, north-west of the Last Dollar mine, on which the No. 2 shaft is situated.
Above Info was Last Updated on 24.02.2020 (13:08:20)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, July 24, 1920. Volume: 121 [CXXI], Issue No.: 4
Info found on page:
134
Info Title:
Combination and Last Dollar Development
Development work at the Last Dollar shaft, Modoc Consolidated Mines Co., is centred in the long cross-cut through the Combination claim, to the north-west.
graphic for visual presentation of text This cross-cut when completed will be 2400 ft. in length with cross-cuts at intervals to exploit this undeveloped territory. The cross-cut should cut every known vein and dike that traverses this claim.
graphic for visual presentation of text At the 1200-ft. level, three veins are under development in ground south and east of the shaft.
Above Info was Last Updated on 29.02.2020 (18:19:27)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, August 14, 1920. Volume: 121 [CXXI], Issue No.: 7
Info found on page:
246
Info Title:
Modoc Consolidated Discovery in Last Dollar
Important discoveries have been made by the Modoc Consolidated company on the south-east slope of Bull hill. The Modoc find was made at 1300 ft. from the Last Dollar or No. 2 shaft. The orebody in places measures 40 ft. in width and is of good milling grade.
Above Info was Last Updated on 29.02.2020 (22:22:53)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, October 30, 1920. Volume: 121 [CXXI], Issue No.: 18
Info found on page:
634
Info Title:
Modoc Consolidated Mines Co. October Production
October production of the Modoc Consolidated Mines Co. will approximate 2700 tons of ore with an average value of $30 per ton. This increased output, which brings the company into the front rank of district producers, is the direct result of the discovery about 7 weeks ago at the 1300-ft. level.
graphic for visual presentation of text Here the southeastern extension of the Orpha May-Ruby-Last Dollar-Modoc system has been proved and an orebody averaging between 25 and 27 ft. wide, in places 42 ft. between walls, has been opened up for 120 ft. in length. Stoping has started and ore shipped to date has averaged $30 per ton.
graphic for visual presentation of text More powerful machinery is under construction for the No. 2 or Last Dollar shaft of the company and with the new plant in commission and miners available 3000 tons monthly can be mined and shipped.
Above Info was Last Updated on 01.03.2020 (12:25:46)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, December 11, 1920. Volume: 121 [CXXI], Issue No.: 24
Info found on page:
850
Info Title:
Last Dollar Gets Most Powerful Electric Hoist
The most powerful electric hoist in this district is being installed at the No. 2 or Last Dollar shaft of the Modoc Consolidated Mines Co. It was manufactured by a Cleveland firm and has a hoisting capacity for 2500 ft.
graphic for visual presentation of text The estimated cost installed exceeds $35,000.
Above Info was Last Updated on 02.03.2020 (20:27:50)
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Mining and Scientific Press, February 5, 1921. Volume: 122 [CXXII], Issue No.: 6
Info found on page:
206
Info Title:
Last Dollar No. 2 Shaft Got New Electric Hoist
A new 250-hp. electric hoist has been installed at the No. 2 Last Dollar shaft of the Modoc Consolidated Mines Co. The hoist was designed and built by the Wellman-Seaver-Morgan Co. and is said to be the most powerful electric hoist in Colorado.
graphic for visual presentation of text It is capable of raising a 3-ton skip from a depth of 2200 ft. with a rope-speed of 1200 ft. per minute. The company expects to have 100 miners in its employ by the end of the month.
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Above Info was Last Updated on 21.02.2020 (13:33:15)
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