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Virgin gold and how to win it / by James Holt. Valuable paper on the cyanide process for extracting gold from tailings, etc. / by G.G. Turri. Notes on recent discoveries, with routes, etc. / by James Stirling
Bib ID 2377920
Format BookBook
Author
Holt, James
 
Description [Melbourne] : Gordon & Gotch, Geo. Robertson & Co., [1896] 
83 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

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Ferguson, J.A. Bibliography of Australia, 10517

Subjects Gold mines and mining -- Victoria.
Other authors/contributors Turri, George G. (George Garibaldi), 1862?-1942 Valuable paper on the cyanide process for extracting gold from tailings, etc  |  Stirling, James, 1852-1905. Notes on recent discoveries, with routes, etc

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