Milling and Metallurgy at New Calumet Mines

CIM Bulletin1945
THE property of New Calumet Mines, Limited, is on Calumet island, in the Ottawa river, about sixty-six miles northwest of Ottawa. Lead and zinc orebodies were discovered here in 1893. A gravity concentration plant was built in 1912 but was not a success metallurgically, and the plant was later destroyed by fire . A programme of diamond drilling on the property, started in 1937 and continuing to 1942, indicated ore reserves amounting to 1,300,000 tons averaging 2.75 per cent lead, 8.82 per cent zinc, and 0.041 oz. gold and 6.24 oz. silver per ton( 1 ).
Keywords: Gold mines, Kitchener, Ontario, Ottawa, sodium silicate, sphalerite, Zinc-Lead Deposit on Calttmet Island, Lead, Mill, Mills, Mine, Mines, zinc
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