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Ajax Mine (Babylonian; Babylonian G.M.C.; Great Ajax; New Ajax; New Ajax Consolidated; New Enterprise), Waukaringa, Olary Province, South Australia, Australia

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Established in 1886, being the largest mine outside of the Waukaringa Goldfield located 10 km to the NE. There was considerable activity, with many workings consisting of numerous shallow surface excavations, 10 shafts along the line of lode, including one principal shaft, with a main underlay shaft, and associated stopes. A 10-stamp battery was erected on site. ld. It was worked intermittently by several companies, syndicates and individuals.

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References

Gee, L.C.E. & Brown, H.Y.L., (1908), Record of The Mines of South Australia, 4th ed., Government Printer, Adelaide, South Australia.

Record of mines (1980), Summary card No: 2, Orroroo SH 5401

(2015), SA Geodata Database, Deposit Number: 5966

 
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