Journal of Australasian Mining History

Volume 2
September 2004

TABLE OF CONTENTS

REFEREED

CLIVE BEAUCHAMP     1 – 16
The Anatomy of a Strike: Wentworth Proprietary Co. Ltd, Orange, New South Wales 1897
RALPH W. BIRRELL      17 – 34
The Extraction of Gold by Amalgamation and Chlorination
PHILIP HART     35 – 53
Australian Capital in New Zealand: The Te Aroha Silver and Gold Mining Company
RUTH KERR, OAM      54 – 74
John Moffat – the Broken Hill Proprietary Co. Ltd, and Establishment of the Chillagoe Smelters,
Queensland
SANDRA KIPPEN and YOLANDE COLLINS      75 – 89
Radical Reformers: The Role of Medical Men in Improving Working Conditions in the Bendigo
Goldmines, 1890-1910
RONALD H. LIMBAUGH      90 – 114
There is a game against us’: W.J. Loring’s Troubled Years as Bewick-Moreing Company’s
General Manager and Partner in Western Australia, 1905-1912
IAN PHIMISTER      115 – 130
Coal Mining and its Recent Pasts in Comparative Perspective

UNREFEREED

JIM ENEVER and ROD DOYLE      131 – 158
The Thick and Thin of Australian Coal Mining: A Comparative Mining History of the
South Maitland and Powlett River Areas
BRIAN R. HILL      159 – 169
Explaining the Reefton Paradox
TIMOTHY G. JONES      170 – 185
Adam Johns: prospector, Miner & Explorer of the Northern Territory 1840-1896
GERARD MACGILL 1     86 – 197
The King Battery and Mr Lidgey’s Grand Vision for the Hampton Plains
GILBERT M. RALPH, MBE      198 – 221
The Broken Hill – Collins House Connection: Mining Personalities
NICOLA WILLIAMS      222 – 230
Brass among the Gold

BOOK REVIEWS

NIC HAYGARTH, Baron Bischoff: Philosopher Smith and the Birth of Tasmanian Mining.
Reviewer: PETER BELL      231-23

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