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  • Endeavour Inlet and the Antimony Mine New Zealand

    New Zealand Antimony was forced into voluntary liquidation in 1892. A smaller New Zealand syndicate then took over the mine and formed the Star Antimony Company in 1892. This operation survived until July 1901, when it too foundered. Several groups then attempted to revive the mine up until 1908 but failed.

  • Eneavour Inlet Antimony Mine Factsheet

    New Zealand Antimony was forced into voluntary liq- uidation in 1892. A smaller New Zealand syndicate took over the mine and formed the Star Anti- mony Company in 1892. This operation survived until July 1901 when it too foundered. Several groups then at- tempted to revive the mine up until 1908 but failed.

  • Mt Stoker Antimony Mine, Hindon, Dunedin City, Otago

    Mt Stoker deposit, also known as the Mt Stoker Antimony Mine, near Hindon (Rowe, 1881a) consists of an auriferous quartz lode with pyrite and some stibnite. The lode is 5.5 m wide and dips 45o to the northeast. The deposit was worked intermittently up

  • Antimony in the New Zealand environment University of Otago

    Dunedin, New Zealand Antimony minerals and Sb environmental mobility in collaboration with: Nat Wilson, MScOtago(PhD Auckland) Assoc Prof Paul Ashley, Armidale, NSW. Principal topics • Introduction to Sb • Point sources: geothermal and mines • Sbminerals and solubility • Sbmobility in the environment • Arising Sbenvironmental issues. 86 Rn 85 At 84 Po 83 Bi 82 Pb 81 Tl 80

  • Waipori Antimony Mine, Waipori, Clutha District, Otago

    The lode is 3 to 5 feet thick. The antimony lode was discovered by Caudwell and Spearing (surnames) while prospecting for gold around the late 1870's. Several bags of test ore were sent to Boston, London, and Melbourne, however only results from Melbourne were returned showing antimony at 47%.

  • Antimony Home New Zealand Petroleum and Minerals

    antimony. New Zealand Occurrence, Past Production and Imports Stibnite has been recorded from many localities in New Zealand (Figure 1), principally in association with mesothermal gold-bearing quartz lodes in Paleozoic to Mesozoic greywacke and schist, although it also occurs in epithermal quartz veins and sinters associated with late Cenozoic volcanism. Tetrahedrite,

  • Antimony distribution and environmental mobility at an

    01.05.2004· Mining for antimony began in the hills above Endeavour Inlet in 1874, following discovery of stibnite bearing veins in 1873 (Johnston, 1993). In 1875, a smelter was erected to process the mined ore, on an alluvial terrace at the base of the hills about 1

  • Contributions of discharges from a historic antimony mine

    01.11.2004· Historic antimony mining at Endeavour Inlet, New Zealand, was developed in a stibnite-rich mesothermal vein system hosted in a km scale shear zone in metasedimentary schist. The schist contains calcite, and all waters have pH between 7 and 8.

  • Antimony in the New Zealand environment University of Otago

    Antimony in the New Zealand environment Dave Craw Geology Department, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand Abstract Sb has similar chemical behaviour to arsenic, in that it has 3+ and 5+ oxidation states, and forms oxyanions in solution.

  • Domestic mining of antimony is key to U.S. defense and its

    02.03.2020· The Stibnite Mining District in Idaho — which incidentally was our stopgap source of antimony during World War II — is home to at least 180 million pounds of antimony. And while production in the...

  • Antimony Mining Heritage Marlborough

    The antimony mine opened and closed many times in the following years. It was taken over by the Endeavour Inlet Antimony Company in 1883 and new processing works built 500m from shore. Three more companies and several groups tried to keep it going but by 1908 all had failed. More attempts were made in 1927, 1933 and a new prospector’s licence

  • Antimony distribution and environmental mobility at

    01.05.2004· Antimony bearing residues (up to 17 wt.% Sb) at an historic smelter site in New Zealand have become variably oxidised over the past 100 years. Coarse (cm scale) tailings are almost fully oxidised as they allow free and rapid movement of rain water through their pore spaces. Smelter slag forms hard massive blocks with only incipient surficial oxidation. Sulfide-rich sand tailings still contain

  • Antimony in the New Zealand environment University of Otago

    Antimony in the New Zealand environment Dave Craw Geology Department, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand Abstract Sb has similar chemical behaviour to arsenic, in that it has 3+ and 5+ oxidation states, and forms oxyanions in solution. Sb occurs at low background levels in New Zealand rocks (typically 0.01-0.1 mg/kg), distinctly lower than arsenic (2-20 mg/kg). Sb is readily mobilised

  • Contributions of discharges from a historic antimony

    01.11.2004· Historic antimony mining at Endeavour Inlet, New Zealand, was developed in a stibnite-rich mesothermal vein system hosted in a km scale shear zone in metasedimentary schist. The schist contains calcite, and all waters have pH between 7 and 8. Underground tunnels (adits) have largely collapsed, but two adits provided access to waters which have interacted chemically with mineralised

  • Mining and underground resources Te Ara Encyclopedia

    Mining industry. The mining industry takes products from under the ground. In New Zealand these include gold, ironsand, coal, petroleum and limestone. Most are used within New Zealand, but exports are worth over a billion dollars a year.

  • Mining in New Zealand Wikipedia

    Mining in New Zealand began when the Māori quarried rock such as argillite in times prior to European colonisation. Mining by Europeans began in the latter half of the 19th century.. New Zealand has abundant resources of coal, silver, iron ore, limestone and gold.It ranked 22 in the world in terms of iron ore production and 29th in gold production.

  • Antimony North of 60 Mining News Homepage

    The first record of primary antimony mining in Alaska was the Sliscovich Mine about 30 miles northeast of the famed gold mining town of Nome. First opened in 1906, Sliscovich was positioned to provide a domestic source of antimony at the onset of World War I, which sparked stibnite mining across much of Alaska. "WWI created considerable demand for antimony," James Barker, who investigated much

  • Antimony Wikipedia

    Antimony is a chemical element with the symbol Sb (from Latin: stibium) and atomic number 51. A lustrous gray metalloid, it is found in nature mainly as the sulfide mineral stibnite (Sb 2 S 3). Antimony compounds have been known since ancient times and were powdered for use as medicine and cosmetics, often known by the Arabic name kohl. Metallic antimony was also known, but it was

  • Antimony: will China continue to control supply?

    In light of this, it is hoped a new antimony roaster being built in Oman could help diversify supply of the metal away from China, which dominates mining and refining, especially as the ongoing trade war between the US and the Asian nation intensifies. Outlook for antimony. China currently accounts for over 90% of antimony supply. However, this has been declining in recent years, due to older

  • Antimony: A Metal? ETF Tools, Ratings, News

    "Antimony Speculators Lose Out" Speculators who tied up large sums of money in Chinese antimony, which is used in the making of ammunition, in the hopes of reaping great profits are now ruing