Journal of Australasian Mining History

Volume 12
September 2014

TABLE OF CONTENTS

REFEREED

ROBERT ASHLEY      1-22
The Life and Times of Edward Bovill Chandler: In Search of El Dorado
LLOYD CARPENTER      23-44
A Conspiracy to Silence: Reports of Otago gold prior to 1861
PETER DAVIES and SUSAN LAWRENCE      45-58
Bitumen paper pipes and technology transfer on the Victorian goldfield
GALIINA (KAL) ELLWOOD      59-80
Aboriginal prospectors and miners of tropical Queensland, from pre-contact times to ca. 1950
APURNA KUMAR GHOSH and SENTAI WANG      81- 97
Evolution of underground coal mine explosion law in Australia, 1887-2007
PHILIP HART      98-112
Peter Ferguson and his New Era
BRIAN R. HILL      113-130
Early History of Graphite Mining in South Australia
DAVID LEE      131-147
The Development of Bauxite at Gove, 1955–1975
KEN McQUEEN      148-171
Gold in the ‘Mundic’: The Saga of Dargue’s Reef, Majors Creek, NSW
DAVID. J. TURTON      172-192
Codifying coexistence: Land access frameworks for Queensland mining and agriculture
in 1982 and 2010

UNREFEREED

CLIVE BEAUCHAMP      193- 204
Disaster at the Australian Agricultural Company’s Mine, Hamilton NSW, 1889
VICTOR BIBBY      205-216
William Bibby: Gold Miner, Engineer & Pioneer – His Life in Australia from 1859 to 1888
KEITH PRESTON      217-238
Golconda Goldfield, Tasmania: a source of wealth or despair?

BOOK REVIEWS

Clement Earp, The Yea Goldfields      239-242
Reviewer: Robert W.P. Ashley
Ken Grubb, Silver Hill: The University of Queensland Silver Mine precinct      242-242
Reviewer: Peter Claughton
Denis A. Cumming, Richard G. Hartley, Westralian Founders of Twentieth Century Mining: 243-244
Career Biographies of Mining Engineers, Mine Managers and Metallurgists who Worked in the
Western Australian Mining Industry 1890-1920     243-244
Reviewer: Mel Davies, University of Western Australia
Addendum: Jason Shute: When is a Store not a Store? When it’s a Smelting House

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