Journal Volume 11 – 2013

Journal of Australasian Mining History

Volume 11
September 2013



‘Specimens liberally studded with gold’: The mining history of a remote Otago valley
ERIK EKLUND      24-42
Company and Labour loyalties in a central Queensland gold mining town,  1882 to 1992
JIM ENEVER      43 – 60
A difficult challenge: Processing complex ore at Bethanga
DAVID LEE      61 – 77
The Establishment of Iron Ore Giants: Hamersley iron and the Mount Newman Company,
JASON SHUTE      78 – 97
When is a Store not a Store? When it’s a Smelting House


CLIVE BEAUCHAMP      98 – 109
Disaster at the (‘Welsh Mine’) Stanford Merthyr Colliery, Kurri Kurri, New South Wales, 1905
BRIAN HILL      110 – 120
Gold Streaming: The application of Volumetric Production Payments in financing gold mine
development in Australia
KEITH PRESTON      121 – 140
Hydraulic Sluicing on the Gladstone Tinfield: Tasmania


Peter Bell, Alas It Seems Cruel: The Mount Mulligan Coal Mine Disaster of 1921      141 – 142
Reviewer:Alan Murray
Ben Curtis, The South Wales miners: 1964–1985      143 – 143
Reviewer: Alan Murray
Kett H. Kennedy, with Lyn Robinson and Maria Caeser, From Spruikers Corner: Electoral      144 – 147
Politics on the Northern Goldfields
Reviewer: Ruth Kerr, University of Queensland
Robert P. Wolensky and William A. Hastie Sr, Anthracite Labor Wars: Tenancy and      148 – 149
organised crime in the Northern Coalfield of Northeastern Pennsylvania 1897-1959
Reviewer: Alan Murray


Barry Sykes,  Lines Mines People and Places: settlement of South Gippsland – Korumburra,      150 – 151
Jumbunna, Outrrim
Commentator: Ruth Kerr, University of Queensland

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