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« on: Tuesday March 8 2016 09:59:33 AEDT AM »

Ballarat, Victoria.
This district comprises two narrow belts running almost due N. and S., one passing through Ballarat West, and worked pretty continuously for about 5 miles; the other passing through Ballarat East, and worked for about 8 miles. The two belts differ in vein-formation and in vein-materials.
In the western belt the Upper Silurian shales and sandstones, constituting the country-rock, have been much folded, are now almost invariably steeply tilted, and are traversed by true fissures, striking almost always N. and S., filled with quartz, and receiving numerous "leaders" and "droppers" from the country on both sides, the whole sometimes forming a "stockwork" many feet wide.
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