Northwest history. Mining. Profit & loss. 1936-05-11
Mine companies' profits higher. - Hecla and federal dividends for quarter are sharply higher. - Hecla Mining company, operating lead, zinc, silver and copper properties in Idaho, reported for the quarter ended March 1, net income of $176,660 after depreciation and depletion, but before provision for income and capital stock taxes, against net loss of $9882 in the March quarter last year.
|Alternative title:||Daily star mirror ; 1936-05-11
Mine companies' profits higher.
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|Subject:||Northwest history | mining industry | mineral resources | profit | finance | economic aspects | Hecla Mining Company | Federal Mining & Smelting Company | American Smelting & Refining Company | Northwest, Pacific | History | 20th century | Mining industries | Mines and mineral resources | Mineral industries | Finance|
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Northwest History box 95
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