This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 Excerpt: ...Estadistico of l890, the reports of the United States consuls, and the books of Senor Calvo and Mr. Biolley. Up to 1890 the gold mines of Aguacate alone had yielded about $7,000,000. The foll...
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ule shows the names, situation, and kinds or quality of the mines thus far worked in the Republic: Great efforts have been made in gold mining in the Ciruelitas districts ever since 1888. These mines are 18 miles north of the port ot Puntarenas, and are situated at an altitude varying from 1,500 to 2,000 feet above the level of the sea. The climate is salubrious, water and timber are abundant, and the roads are in good condition. The proximity to the sea dispenses with the necessity of having only high-grade quartz gold. Mr. Beckford Mackey, United States consul at Jose, Costa Rica, in an interesting report, dated April 13, 1891, on the mines and mining laws of that country, expresses himself as follows: The Andean spur of the Pacific is the mining region of Costa Rica. Mining has not as yet had a fair chance in this country, as prior to a very recent date the methods in vogue were of the crudest and most unscientific description. Within the last four years several English companies have embarked their capital in Costa Rican mines. The prospect is reported to be encouraging. The mines of Mount Aguacate have been worked by various companies during a period extending over many years, and have yielded almost all the gold that this country has produced. The Trinidad and the Tres Hermanos are owned by English companies. There is a 20-stamp mill at La Uni6n, and another at Los Tres Hermanos. La Trinidad has a 40-stamp mill. The mining laws of the Republic are the same old Spanish ordinances, more or less, changed in the year 1830. The code is diffuse, verbose, tech...