1Garrad, P.d., 1993. Mineral Occurrences - Mount Mulligan 1:100 000 Sheet Area, North Queensland. Queensland Department Of Minerals And Energy
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contributed by Mines on 25-Oct-2009
Originally called the nil desperandum and worked for gold this mine became the main antimony producer of the woodville area. In 1907 it was reported that the lode was 0.6 m wide and carrying 50% sb at a depth of 20m.
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