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Metallic Mill [aka Bi-Metallic Mill]
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Article
Info Source From:
The Morning Times. Volume: 5 [V], Issue No. 326
Info Publication Date:
May 1, 1898
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1
Info Title:
Metallic Mill April Output
The April's output of gold from Cripple Creek has been computed and the figures at hand show increase rather than diminution of the steady stream of wealth flowing from the mines. During this month the Metallic Extraction Works outputted 9,000 tons.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
Mining Reporter. Volume: 1 [I], Issue No. 1
Info Publication Date:
July 7, 1898
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Info Title:
Metallic Mill June Output
The Metallic Extraction cyanide mill in Florence treated during June fully 8,500 tons for a total of $161,500.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Morning Times. Volume: 6 [VI], Issue No. 70
Info Publication Date:
July 31, 1898
Info found on page:
4
Info Title:
Metallic Mill July Output
The July output of gold ore, in spite of the fact that the month claimed a long holiday, the Metallic Extraction Mill treated 6,500 tons with average value of $22.50 to a total of $146,250.00. This is a decrease of 2,000 tons since June.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Morning Times. Volume: 7 [VII], Issue No. 258
Info Publication Date:
October 1, 1899
Info found on page:
1
Info Title:
Metallic Mill September Output
Metallic mill, Florence, output for September was 8,500 Tons of average valued ore of $20 to a total Value of $170,000.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Morning Times. Volume: 9 [IX], Issue No. 24
Info Publication Date:
December 31, 1899
Info found on page:
5 (1)
Info Title:
Metallic Mill December Output
During December 1899 the Metallic Mill in Florence output was 8,250 tons of average value $20 for a total of $165,000. While the value output for the Cripple Creek District was $2,968,250.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Morning Times-Citizen. Volume: 5 [V], Issue No. 75
Info Publication Date:
March 1, 1900
Info found on page:
3
Info Title:
Bi-Metallic Mill February Output
During February the Bi-Metallic mill outputted 8,500 tons with average value of $20.00 for a total of $170,000.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
Fairplay Flume. Volume: 22 [XXII], Issue No. 45
Info Publication Date:
December 14, 1900
Info found on page:
1
Info Title:
Metallic Mill November Output
The Metallic plant treated 9,000 tons of ore at value of $25 during November, for a total of $ 225,000.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Short Line Blue Book. Volume: 2 [II], Issue No. 1
Info Publication Date:
April 1902
Info found on page:
70
Info Title:
Metallic Mill Production 1901
In 1901 the Metallic Mill, before it was consolidated, handled 31,500 tons at a value of $1,037,500. Rest of the year the consolidated Metallic, National and Union Mills handled 80,000 tons at a value of $1,904,000.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal. Volume: 75 [LXXV], Issue No. 21
Info Publication Date:
May 23, 1903
Info found on page:
797
Info Title:
Metallic Mill at Cyanide Lost Some Machinery
United States Reduction and Refining Company.— This company, of Florence and Colorado Springs, is removing some of the machinery from the old Metallic cyanide plant, at Cyanide, to Canon City, for use in the construction of the new smelter. The Metallic property, at one time the best equipped and largest mill in the valley, may never be worked again.
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Type/Category of Info:
General Mining News
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal. Volume: 76 [LXXVI], Issue No. 14
Info Publication Date:
October 3, 1903
Info found on page:
521
Info Title:
United States Reduction and Refining Co. still Busy Demolishing the Cyanide Mill at Cyanide
United States Reduction and Refining Company.—The work of tearing away part of the building and machinery of the old cyanide mill at Cyanide, two miles north of Florence, by this company is still in progress.
graphic for visual presentation of text Several carloads will be shipped to Utah and the balance sold.
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Type/Category of Info:
Special/Editorial Correspondence
Info Source From:
The Engineering and Mining Journal. Volume: 80 [LXXX], Issue No. 5
Info Publication Date:
August 5, 1905
Info found on page:
222
Info Title:
United States Reduction & Refining Co. Florence Plant Rumor
Denver, July 27—The report circulated that the plant of the United States Reduction & Refining Co. at Florence would be closed down, as a consequence of the railroad merger in the Cripple Creek district is positively denied by the management.
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Special/Editorial Correspondence
Info Source From:
The Mining Magazine. Volume: 4 [IV], Issue No. 1
Info Publication Date:
January 1911
Info found on page:
34
Info Title:
Mr. Philip Argall & Metallic Mill
At a banquet to celebrate the completion of the second unit of cyanide plant for the treatment of low grade dump ore at Stratton's Independence, Cripple Creek, Philip Argall gave a speech containing interesting reminiscences.
graphic for visual presentation of text Toward the end of 1894 he built the first large custom-plant for the direct cyanidation of telluride ore, and in the following year he introduced preliminary roasting. This plant was that of the Metallic Extraction Co. at Florence. At the close of his engagement in 1901, the capacity had been increased to 10,000 tons per month, and the cost of treatment had been reduced to one half.
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Type/Category of Info:
Editorial Leader
Info Source From:
The Mining Magazine. Volume: 5 [V], Issue No. 6
Info Publication Date:
December 1911
Info found on page:
409
Info Title:
Standard Mill, Last of the Chlorination Plants, Has Just Been Closed-Down
THE BATTLE of the processes has been nowhere waged more vigorously than in Colorado, where chlorination and cyanidation have competed with varying success during two decades for preference in the treatment of the ores of Cripple Creek.
graphic for visual presentation of text For a long time the big battalions of capital were on the side of chlorination, the principal plants using the process being consolidated in a corporation capitalized at £2,500,000 and known as the United States Reduction & Refining Co., which must not be confounded with the smelter trust, called the American Smelting & Refining Co. or its chief rival, the United States Smelting, Refining & Mining Co.
graphic for visual presentation of text Cyanidation is the victor, for it has been apparent for several years that the application of tube-milling and cyanidation to the tailing from the chlorination plants had placed these in a humiliating position. The Standard mill at Colorado Springs, the last of the chlorination plants, has just been closed-down, leaving cyanidation in undisputed possession of the field.
graphic for visual presentation of text The mill trust has now four chlorination mills on its hands, besides a plant for using zinc-fume in manufacturing paint, all of which are idle. These originally cost £300,000, or, if we include the Metallic Extraction plant, about £400,000, against which stocks and bonds were issued for £2,500,000.
graphic for visual presentation of text No assets remain, save the residue discarded in the heyday of chlorination, now only a memory.
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