Gold : The Unrivalled Medium of Exchange

CIM Bulletin1943
H. C. CooKE
THE gold mining industry, in Canada as in other countries, has passed through trying times in the past year. The strains and stresses of war have drawn away much of its man-power, both from the labour and the management. The urgent needs of the war machine have greatly curtailed the amounts of steel and explosives that can be allotted to the mines; and the loss, by enemy action, of supplies of such essential things as rubber, bids fair to reduce operations still further, if not cripple them entirely in time.
Keywords: Canada, gold mining, gold standard, Golden Bottle in Cheapside, notes, Canadian, Debt, Gold, Government, Governments, history, Labour, Silver
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