December, 18G2. Melbourne, December 26, Chapter I. Chapter II. The Rich Quartz Keefs of Inglewood The Antimony Mines of MTvor Chapter IV. Tarnagulla and Poverty Reef. Chapter V.
The Silver Mines of St. Chapter VI. Bendigo or Sandhurst Chapter VII. Bendigo continued Chapter VIII. The Whipstick Chapter IX. Chapter X. Maldon Mining Companies continued. Chapter XI. Chapter XII.
The Chinese on the Gold-fields Chapter XIII. Chapter XIV.
Chapter XV. Chapter XVI. Ballarat continued Chapter XVII. Ballarat concluded Chapter XIX.
Chapter XX. Unvisited Gold-fields Chapter XXI. Bulla Bulla and its Kaolin Chapter XXII.
blaxk The Social Condition of the Miners Characteristics of Auriferous Quartz Chapter XXIV. Method of Extracting Gold from Quartz. Chapter XXV. Water-Supply for the Gold-fields Chapter XXVI.
Legislative Requirements of the Gold-fields. The Geological Maps of the Colony Chapter XXIX. Minerals and Metals other than Gold Chapter XXX. Mining and Miners Chapter XXXI. The purposes for which I visited the gold-fields were fourfold. The time for this inquiry seemed to be specially opportune. Aruaud and Crowlands. As to the second. Their old familiar places in the long room of the Criterion, at the hour of lunch, know them no more. The third and fourth objects of my mission arise naturally out of the first and second.
Northwards, at St. Three years ago a wilderness of. It has its newspaper. Inglewood can be reached either by way of Bendigo, or through Tarnagulla, better known as Sandy Creek. The drive is interesting at all points. This was the famous Inglewood Lead, and within a few days after this accidental. The underlie of the reef is not great, and it is to the west.
From the whole of these reefs magnificent stones have been obtained. They took out a pros. That of the Colum. The party went no farther that day. At ft. Gurls along the reef to the northwards, it is found.
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The reef there was found at ft. The trade of the town stemed to be sound. Passing a small crushing plant in connexion with an extensive saw-mill, at which some of the richest goldbearing antimony has been reduced from Mr. Their claim itself is soon reached through the.
While the. The reef is nearly perpendicular, with a slight underlie to the east.
About a mile and a-half from Costeriield is Kelburn Reef, on which Bencigo. Slowly the long line of trench was ex. The first crushing repaid Mr. Hitherto, the antimony mines have been worked entirely for the gold contained in the ore. But though none of the authorities I have consulted speak of it as existing in combination with gold, Dr.
Cannot both gold and antimony be saved'? But antimony is found somewhat widely diffused overthe colony, though only at MTvor has its combination with. It is for these reasons that 1. About a mile from Tarnagulla the reefing begins. King, Mr. Running northwards are claims Nos. Hatt and Co. Summers and Co. Beynon and Co. Williams and Chcethamwho also have eighty-five feet; and lastly, on the extreme northern end, No.
Hammond to wit—to a depth of about feet. Poverty lleef, I have already remarked, is believed to be the richest in the colony. It runs north and south. It is almost perpendicular, with walls of slate. In Messrs. In claim No. Stone taken at a depth of In Hammond, King, and Co.