SMEDG SYDNEY MINERAL EXPLORATION DISCUSSION GROUP

- JOINT TECHNICAL MEETING WITH THE AusIMM

DATE: Monday, 18th September 1989. 5.15pm VENUE: Bowlers Club, 95-99 York Street, Sydney Room hire charge $3.00 per head. SPEAKER: Phillip Uttley (RGC Exploration Pty Ltd) TOPIC: "Case History of the Lucky Draw Gold Mine, Burraga, NSW" Lucky Draw was discovered in 1985 by RGC's exploration group, and since commissioning in December 1988 has performed well. The talk will cover the geological setting of the deposit as well as the history of the discovery.

ORGANISING COMMITTEE

D. Clarke G.Corbett P. Hellman R.Meares I. Nuess G.Wilson

Has anyone got more data we could put in here. Type up your old field notes from mine trips when it was operating, scan in your photos, pass on reminiscences of Lucky Draw.

SMEDG COMPETITION NUMBER 4 - EXTRA TASK VISIT A SMEDG-FRIENDLY WEB SEARCH ENGINE: LYCOS TYPE IN ANY WORD OR PHRASE RELATING TO MINERAL EXPLORATION. HOW MANY PAGES BEFORE A SMEDG PAGE TURNS UP? SEND YOUR WORD/PHRASE and PAGE NUMBER TO THE JUDGE AS PART OF THE COMPETITION. RE-ENTER SMEDG via the Google or Lycos link.

SMEDG COMPETITION NUMBER 4 - CLUE #5

The job was nearly complete, one last task, to image closed kelp fronds without damaging the delicate structure. A simple injection of the sulphate and a series of x-rays and it would be done. Nothing more to do except remove the 'a' from the anagram, use it as the first letter in the element with Atomic #47 to help determine another commodity in the project. But, the name. First part - try rhyming with a popular but illegal 60's combustible relaxant and earlier rope component followed by W.C. word association singular or in a paddock. For the corporate think seriously orthogonal linears - all lustrous, radiant and resplendant - and when you can't miss with this opportunity. Now find the paper.....try Past Talks. A tour of Prof. Donald Wise's Linears paper in Diversions will be of minimal use unless you've forgotten orthogonal's meaning. So none of the above makes sense. Good! We're looking for a project and the company that owns it. Get on with it! Except for those of you that have cracked it already and are speeding on to the next clue. GO! GO! GO!