Mines Register; Successor to the Mines Handbook and the Copper Handbook, Describing the Non-Ferrous Metal Mining Companies in the Western Hemisphere Volume 3

Mines Register; Successor to the Mines Handbook and the Copper Handbook, Describing the Non-Ferrous Metal Mining Companies in the Western Hemisphere Volume 3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1903 edition. Excerpt: ... until September, 1901, when the work of reopening was begun. The vein is 12' to 15' wide, in clay-slate. A new smelter is being built, and the mine reopened on a large scale. A force of about 1,000 men was employed, underground and on surface, at last accounts. 0. B. GRAY COPPER CO. NEW JERSEY. Incorporated May, 1901, with capitalization $250,000, to open a copper mine on the farm of O. B. Gray, near Pennington, N. J. Ore vein said to be 30' wide and one-half mile long. No returns secured; company probably not working. GRAY EAGLE & HARD TIMES MINES. COLORADO. At Silver Cliff, Custer Co., Colo. Said to be working 15 men on a vein showing copper, gold, silver and lead; opened by shafts; steam power. GRAYTON COPPER MINES CO. COLORADO. Organized late in 1902, to develop the Greyton group of claims, 3 miles north of Pearl, Larimer Co., Colo. Said to have a good surface showing. GREAT BELCHER GOLD & COPPER CO. ARIZONA. Offices: 89 State St., Boston, Mass., and Real Estate Trust Bldg., Philadelphia, Pa. Mine office: Providence, Yavapai Co., Ariz. Letter returned unclaimed from Philadelphia, November, 1902. Chas. B. Cramp, president; D. F. Murphy, secretary. Management of mine supposed to be at loggerheads, and development at a standstill. GREAT CENTRAL FREEHOLD MINES, LTD. AUSTRALIA. Mine office: Mt. Hope, Blaxland Co., N. S. W. Organized January, 1876, with capitalization 80,000, shares 1 par. Paid dividends of 202,000 to close of 1899. Production in 1898 was 110 tons; present production probably 400 tons or more yearly, and to be increased. Oxidized zone extends to depth of about 250', below which only chalcopyrite is found. The gangue of the oxidized ores is a decomposed porphyry, the sulphide ores occurring in...show more

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  • Paperback | 310 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 17mm | 558g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236886542
  • 9781236886545