The Bullion Hydraulic Mine, Cariboo, B.C.

CIM Bulletin1939
THE Bullion mine, in the famous Cariboo district of British Columbia, is situated on the left bank of the South fork of the Quesnel river, approximately three miles below the outlet of Quesnel lake. A good road leads 63 miles northeast to the property from Williams lake, the railhead on the Pacific Great Eastern railway.
Keywords: apparent magnitude, boulder clay, placer mining, sluice, Williams lake, Capacity, Materials, Mine, Mines, mining, Operation, Pits, Water, Waters
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