Stamp-Milling and Amalgamation Practice at Goldenville, N.S.

CIM Bulletin1935
MR. R. V. NEILY stated chat he had at one time operated at Goldenville. The practice and results are much the same now as in the olden days. Inside plates were then found to be a source of trouble and had been removed . At the Libbey mine, Queen's county, the sulphides carried considerable gold, and $45.00 to $60.00 per ton had been recovered from the concentrates by roasting and chlorinating.
Keywords: arsenopyrite, gold, Nova Scotia, stamp mill, TIMM, Concentrate, Concentrates, Gold, Mill, Mills, Nova Scotia, Ore
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