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REFRACTORY ORES

(PKR FBES3 ASSOCIATION.) Hobart, December 4. It is stated here that a leading establishment iv Germany intend to erect works m this colony for the treatment of refractory ores. : • London, December 3. v Mr 0. W. Roberta Austen,; F.&.A., Chemist and Asoayer at the Royal Mint, vrho recently accompanied Sir F. Dillon Bell and Sir Saul Samuel to Freiburg, Saxony, for the purpose of inspecting the treatment of refractory . ores as ■:■■. practised at the smelting workings in y that city, has forwarded his report to the Agents-General. Mr Roberta Austen iB of opinion that the methods adopted at Freiburg would not be suitable fcr the treatment of such' 'brea m Australia. :■:■'. l4i

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REFRACTORY ORES, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2005, 5 December 1888

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REFRACTORY ORES Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2005, 5 December 1888

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