Excerpt from Contributions to the Study of the Geology and Ore Deposits of Kalgoorlie, East Coolgardie Goldfield, Vol. 3
The portion of the Kalgoorlie auriferous belt with which the present report is most chieﬂy concerned is that to the south of the area described by the writer in Bulletin 51, ale and is roughly bounded on the north-west by the Kanowna Railway line, on the south-west by the Boulder Railway line, on the north-east by a line roughly parallel to and about 70 chains from the last, and on the'south-east by the southern limit of the ﬂat south of Mt. Gledden, this ﬂat seeming to form the natural boundary between the North End and the main auriferous belt of Kalgoorlie.
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