Milling Practice for Small Gold Mines

CIM Bulletin1935
Up to the present, the operation of small mills for the treatment of gold ores has not been favoured in Canada to the extent that it has in other countries. For instance, a list of the operating properties in Southern Rhodesia, published in The Rhodesian Mining Journal of November, 1934, shows for the month of September, 1934, that there were over 500 small mills treating less than 50 tons per day, and the majority of these between 5 and 25 tons.
Keywords: Concentrate, Concentrates, cyanide, Mercury, ore, Parkhill Gold Mines, unit cell, Gold, Mill, Mills, Ore, Ores
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