The Small Hardrock Mill—Part II
August 2006 by Del Thomas, MEWelcome back to our mining claim. In part one we located our claim, sunk our shaft, and stored some ore in the ore bin. Now we must decide how we are going to extract the gold. We briefly discussed setting up a lab in a 40-foot semi-trailer at the mine site, so let’s decide what we are going to need in the lab.
The Royal Canadian Mint will soon unveil a gold coin worth one million Canadian dollars ($850,000 US).
Calgary is truly one of Canada’s most exciting, dynamic cities, with its geographical location in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies and its financial status as the heart and soul of the Canadian petroleum industry. It was in this exciting city that many of the mining industry’s leading experts and investors gathered recently.
• EPA doesn’t “pay” by the rules
• 554 million off-limits
• If you don't like the numbers, make up your own!
• By the numbers
• And the award goes to...
Republicans and industry representatives have criticized the administration’s eleventh-hour actions to limit development and promised to seek their reversal once Obama leaves office.
...one of the hallmarks of the past month has been a series of incredibly swift reversals that have shaken virtually every market we follow. From the end of July through mid-August, both precious and base metals have fallen sharply; the petroleum complex has likewise come under heavy selling...
Joy was written on his face, holding up the nugget—his first ever nugget—that he and his grandpa dug up together.
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