Journal of Australasian Mining History

Volume 16

October 2018

TABLE  OF CONTENTS

REFEREED

ROBERT ASHLEY    1 – 16 
Phillip Davies, Californian Sluicing and Kiandra
ROSS A. BOTH & ELIZABETH M. DUNLOP    17 – 38
Borgfield to Billabong: Johannes Lebrecht Noltenius – Enterprise on Australian Mining Fields,
1855-1884
MIKE BUTCHER, YOLANDE M.J. COLLINS & PETER PURCELL      39 – 58
Nicholas Boutakoff: A geologist’s life revisited
PETER DAVIES, SUSAN LAWRENCE, JODI TURNBULL, JAMES GROVER, OWEN SYLVESTER & IAN RUTHERFURD
The environmental history of bucket dredging in Victoria     59 – 74
GALIINA ELLWOOD    75 – 92
The Aboriginal miners and prospectors of Cape York Peninsula 1870 to ca.1950s 
NIC HAYGARTH    93 -110
Mining the Van Diemen’s Land Company holdings 1851-1899: a case of bad luck and clever adaption     
NIC HAYGARTH    111 – 126
Ernie Bond: Market Gardener for a mining town 
KEN MCQUEEN  127 – 147   
Copper under the stars: The history of discovery and mining at Girilambone, northwest New    
South Wales
KEITH PRESTON    148 – 170
Underground mining of alluvial tin leads in Tasmania: a desperate measure 

BOOK REVIEWS

HUGH ANDERSON  (Ed.), Strength in Battle: The Memoirs of Joseph Anderson Panton: Goldfields’
Commissioner and Magistrate     171-172
Reviewer: Nick Williams
NIC HAYGARTH, On the Ossie: Tasmanian osmiridium and the fountain pen industry, Forty
South Publishing, Lindisfarne, Tasmania, 2017    173 – 175
Reviewer: Matthew Churchward
LYNDON MEGARRITYNorthern Dreams: The Politics of northern Development in Australia     176 – 177
Reviewer: Ciaran O’Faircheallaigh
ROBERT PORTER, Below the Sands: The Companies that Formed Iluka Resources – Consolidated
Gold Fields, RGC, Westralian oil, Western Titanium     178 – 179
Reviewer: David Lee
ROBERT W. VERNON, John Taylor and Sons and their three “Drops of Comfort” – their lead mines
at Linares, Jaėn, Southern Spain     180 – 182
Reviewer: Ross A. Both

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