Runnan back in the adit-level, he unwound it from the winze tree, and untied it from his waist.
There was no draught, such as he had believed would issue from the winze.
They were in a winze about thirty fathoms from the engine-shaft.
On hearing the noise they ran to this winze, and, looking down, saw the water boiling and roaring far below.
We have not, however, been justified in using the term "winze," because some of these were openings to the surface.
By this time Oliver had partially recovered, and suggested that they should ascend the winze to the top.
He was still engaged in prayer when the water drove them from the level, and compelled them to re-ascend the winze.
It was even doubtful if he could back out after having penetrated a short distance into the winze.
They were in a level which the water entered, not by flowing along or descending, but, by rising up through a winze.
winze, winz, n. in mining, a small ventilating shaft between two levels.