Historical information

In 1905 Richard Squire was manager of the West Berry Consols at Allendale, and developed an improved system of mine ventilation, which was supported in "The Age."[4] He was successful in combating and remedying the gas and ventilation troubles of the Deep Mines of Creswick and Allendale Districts after all had failed.[5]

Physical description

Typed foolscap sized document that is anagreement Between Donald Alexander McNaughton and James Toger Whipp acccording to the Mines Act 1928 Part II