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Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. The fighting ground Author: Avi Publisher: New York: There has been some suggestion in secondary accounts that Quenching had no effect on the sample fired at degrees, the roasting pits were built only after the stamper battery but when water was applied to qUaItz from the degree proved inadequate to crush the quartz, but no mention of this firing it immediately crumbled into smaller shards.
This is made in the primary accounts and it conflicts with the supports Lock's assertion that quenching quartz fired at an pattern of construction at Louisa Creek. The only detailed adequate temperature was beneficial. It also indicates that contemporary account of the opening and operation of the such a process would have a tangible effect upon quartz works was made by the Bathurst Free Press on 17 February 30 able -5 and is reproduced in full below.
The locality chosen for the erection of the engine is called Fighting Ground Creek so named on account of The shareholders decided to cut their losses and the a number of pugilistic encounters having taken place Company folded.
By the beginning of reports on the spot about five miles from Tambaroora and one concerning the Company had vanished from the press and the from the vein. The site is good and well adapted for Gold Commissioner's reports. The last report in the Bathurst the purpose.
A large and capacious dam has been Free Press indicated that the Company was leasing their rected and a reservoir formed, which the recent heavy Louisa Creek claim to individual miners. No further mention rains have filled with good water.
A number of well- of their Tambaroora operations was made. The engine is of the planning and establishment of the operation. This shaft is attached to the drum or After the collapse of the Colonial Gold Mining Company the arrel, that is placed horizontally in front of the occupancy of the land, which had been held through a license tampers. The drum is studded with sappets that raise under the Gold Fields Management Act, lapsed.
The tampers vertically by its rotary motion. A temporary trial ofthe profitable reefs at Hawkins Hill, beside Hill End township the gine and machinery was made last week; it worked began to be worked. At this point Hill End became one of the of " edingly well and gave great satisfaction. When in main goldfields in ew South Wales. To massive production and investment at Hill End. The management of the dinner was archaeological site, is that they were sited well away from any crluusted to Mr.
Barry of the Railway Hotel and he gold. No subsequent mining activity took place on or near the ared no means to make it worthy of the occasion.
George - and Valentines mines. Initial shareholder support was Dewdney, a leading merchant and provedore in Hill End ut this was due to the policy of paying shareholders a during the late s and s took up four 2-acre [0. These tion had commenced, i. Alfred Churchill, stated that he thought: in the s the land was taken into Alpha Station, a large there had been very reckless expenditure, and he sheep-raising property to the north ofTambaroora.
Valentines u1d not discover that there was ever any source of Mine, which had been operated sporadically since the s, r the ofit In ew South Wales the expenditure had been was reactivated during the Great Depression as were many James t double the value of the gold obtained.
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The other reef and alluvial mining operations at Hill End. The directors had run through a capital of shearing shed by Alpha Station. No other n of velve thousand more. IS evidence, either physical or documentary, suggests that so There are many aspects of the Colonial Gold Mining anything beyond grazing took place at the site in the period of - d at ownership by Alpha Station. By his own admission the original and ran them as a private tourist attraction for the increasing lete.
Spence, had enthusiasm but lacked experience, number of visitors to Hill End's heritage attractions. The initial historic site. These are listed in Table 1 and their safeguarded and preserved'. Additional land was bought, bringing the entire operation, beyond what could already be confidently read historical complex into one title by An ambitious program of interest in the investigation of physical evidence ofAustralia's research excavations were planned for the battery structure at past, at a date that also saw the first consideration of heritage Fighting Ground Creek and the Metropolitan Hotel site at Hill conservation as a national issue.
Fieldwork was NPWS Historian Michael Pearson also carried out undertaken by 26 staff and students of the University of subsequent research as part of conservation works on the Sydney from 13 to 24 May , under the overall direction complex.
This resulted in the stabilisation of the battery house of Judy Birmingham, with Maureen Byrne and John Wade as and roasting pits and the continuation of the analysis of the field supervisors.
The survey roasting pits complex had been included within Hill End Fighting Ground Creek r-'-'-'-'-'-'-'? A number of further archaeological structures themselves Fig.
The appraisal of the battery rure were identified Table I and the construction and building is based upon an interpretation of the site developed rural evolution of the site was documented in detail. The first stage involved roasting the ore in.. The undeveloped setting adds further to its battery.
The double kiln at Tambaroora is identical in internal grity and archaeological significance. The lack of structure to the 'inverted bell' lime burning kiln Fig. Australia between the s and s, and good examples still survive at Port Arthur and Moreton Bay.
A double kiln of the type employed by the Colonial Gold Company is evident 33 After roasting the ore may have been quenched to further facilitate crushing. It is possible that the large dam on Fighting Ground Creek supplied water by a flume or race. A race leading from the dam to the general area of the battery is marked on the I improvement survey Fig.
However, there is no physical evidence of such a system remaining on either the battery building or the roasting pits. If the ore was quenched it may have been done in whatever receptacles were used to carry the ore down the slope to the battery. These may have been handcarts, as at the North British Mine in Victoria, or some sort of gravity chute.
The next step was to feed the ore into a stamper or Californian battery for crushing. The historical and archaeological evidence confirms that the easternmost building was the battery house. The battery is on the valley floor about 20m below the roasting pits immediately next to Fighting Ground Creek, providing an area for tailings run-off and access to a ready supply of water drawn off from the dam further upstream.
This structure is divided into three main parts - a large rectangular room with a benched floor; a solid stone machinery platform; and a long, narrow room to the west of the other two, connected to a stone-lined flue that leads up the hill slope behind the battery for 35m.
Water from the dam was possibly transported to the battery in a wooden flume or race, and fed into the battery along with the ore. From the battery the crushed ore flowed Fig.
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There are two distinct scours in the creek bank that may in maps and sketches of Belmelong Point in Sydney between equate with the locations of the outflow from the toms. The and and at Bathurst in the s. At Fighting near the battery, although the archaeological excavations Ground Creek this would have ensured an almost continuous did expose cm of battery sand scattered over this area.
Pit-buming, possibly derived from Historical documents give no information regarding the British sod-buming kilns, involved filling the kiln with type of machinery used to drive the battery other than that it alternating layers of fuel and limestone or ore, sometimes was 16 horsepower and worked at 40 revolutions per minute, topped with mud or turf to keep in the heat.
At Tambaroora, Evidence for the use of a beam engine includes a fly-wheel pit, this took the form of an earth embankment, extending from a crank-axle pit and crank supports, beam sockets, steam the rear of the kilns to the hillside. The roasted material was cylinder supports and roof supports, all of which were withdrawn through a small opening set into an alcove at the recognisable on top of the machinery platfonn in the battery bottom. In more sophisticated kilns such as Wilkinson's, the building.
From this evidence the machine can be roasted ore would have dropped from the base of the kiln into reconstructed as an 'A' frame beam engine with columns a waiting trolley. A good example of an be shovelled out, as the outlet opened directly onto the ground 'A' frame beam engine, dated to , is shown in Crowley surface Fig. P TonkinlNPWS 34 The battery was placed to take advantage of gravity ovement of water and roasted ore and the removal of tailings. Gearing drove the battery directly from the flywheel, mer than being offset with power taken off a belt system.
The iously awed tone of the Bathurst Free Press article would ate that it was a novelty and perhaps the first such battery t type seen by the correspondent. The description also refers to most -' being used to wash the crushed ore.
The finer portion, holding the gold n-off Ie , fell through a sieve half way down the trough and dam a ripple board where the gold was caught. Toms were Fig. To service 12 head of boundary near a road alignment that leads in the direction of '0 the. It is unclear if they were dug to win stone that - downslope towards the creek.
Photographs of other Fighting Ground Creek, approximately m northwest of the owed omplexes 36 show a horizontal Cornish boiler in a battery. It appears to be constructed mainly of soil, small reek. It has an overflow channel that runs around the.Book details Author: The directors had run through a capital of shearing shed by Alpha Station. He knows how to use a gun-why won't his father let him go?
It also indicates that contemporary account of the opening and operation of the such a process would have a tangible effect upon quartz works was made by the Bathurst Free Press on 17 February 30 able -5 and is reproduced in full below.
His father turned back to work. The engine is of the planning and establishment of the operation. During the past winter he had fought near Philadelphia and been wounded in the leg. This time it tolled only once.
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