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Graphite (1920) (14598018238)
Identifier: graphite00cana ( find matches) Title: Graphite Year: 1920 ( 1920s) Authors: Canada. Mines Branch (1901-1936) Spence, Hugh S. (Hugh Swaine), 1885- Subjects: Graphite Publisher: Ottawa : Thomas Mulvey Contributing Library: University of Connecticut Libraries Digitizing Sponsor: LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: Base map, Dept. of Interior GRAPHITE OCCURRENCES BEDFORD, LOUGHBOROUGH, BURGESS, N. AND S.AND ELMSLEY N. Tps., ONTARIO Scale; 3 95 miles to one Inch Reference 1 N. A. Timmins 2 Globe Graphite Mining and Refining Co.(•) Mine equipped with mill % MineU MillO Undeveloped prospect ■ - • ■ ■-•:-- , - CANADA DEPARTMENT OF MINES MINES BRANCH TIN BuRRELL. MINISTER. R . G. M? CON N E LL . DEPUTY I Eugene Haanel. Ph.D.. Director. 78°I5 Text Appearing After Image: Base map, Dept. of Interior GRAPHITE OCCURRENCES MONMOUTH, CARDIFF, MONTEAGLE AND DUNGANNON Tps., ONTARIO Scale; 3-95 miles to one inch Reference 1 National Graphite Co. 2 Tonkin-Dupont Graphite Co.® Mine equipped -with mill • Mine O Undeveloped prospect. to15 mi 3010Stqifu 27 situated on high ground, make little water. There is a steam plant andcompressor at the mine, and in addition, a similar installation at Graphitesiding on the railway.. The latter was put in in 1916, but has never beenin operation. The Companys mill at Mumford is a large, 3-story, wooden building,designed to treat 200 tons of ore per 24 hours. Steam is furnished bythree 150 H.P. boilers, and one 250 H.P. engine drives the mill machineryand electric lighting plant. An inclined tramway (see Plate VI) conveysthe ore from the dump alongside the spur connecting the mill with therailway, to a tipple, where it is dumped into cars that take it to the dryingkilns. The latter are oil-fired. The system of concentrating Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.