What Were The Conditions Of The Mining Licences

Guide on applying for exemption from expenditure conditions for exploration and prospecting licences. The intention of the Mining Act 1978 is to ensure effective exploration and development and therefore ground should not remain unexplored without compelling reasons. Section 102 of the Mining Act 1978 provides a mechanism for exemption from

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  • People - Gold miners and mining - Research Guides at State

    People - Gold miners and mining - Research Guides at State

    Jul 12, 2021 Miners in Victoria in the 1850s were required to pay a licence fee to the government for the right to dig for gold. Miner's licences were first issued on 1 September 1851 and cost 30 shillings a month (later reduced to 1 a month or 8 a year). The licence fees were supposed to cover the cost of maintaining the police force on the goldfields

  • Primary source study | National Museum of Australia

    Primary source study | National Museum of Australia

    This meant that miners who were unsuccessful paid the same as those who may have struck it rich. There was also very little leniency shown by police. Licences had to be carried at all times, meaning if a miner lost his gold licence or if it was destroyed in dirty or wet working conditions, he could be arrested

  • A framed gold mining licence. - MAAS Collection

    A framed gold mining licence. - MAAS Collection

    Printed paper gold mining licence. At centre top is the Victorian coat of arms with inscription: 'VICTORIA / GOLD LICENSE'. The name of the license owner and place and date of its issue are written in ink and the license is signed in ink by the Commissioner. The license also details the conditions under which it

  • Life on the goldfields: living there

    Life on the goldfields: living there

    Issuing mining licences or 'Miners' Rights', about 1850. Each person on the goldfields was required to hold a licence, which was issued monthly for a fee of 30 shillings, to be paid in cash or gold dust People came from all over the world to the Early days of Wyalong – the Police Station New chums Australian goldfields. They spoke a variety o

  • Eureka Stockade | Ergo

    Eureka Stockade | Ergo

    They were also required by law to buy a licence and carry it with them at all times, or face a fine and arrest. The miners felt this was an unfair system and were prepared to fight for change. Police invaded the mines to enforce the licensing laws, in late November 1854. The miners refused to cooperate, and burned their licences and stoned police

  • Fossicking - Earth Resources

    Fossicking - Earth Resources

    Aug 12, 2021 Miner's right. If you want to fossick in Victoria, you need a current fossicking permit known as a miner's right. A miner's right allows you to remove and keep minerals discovered on Crown Land, your own land or private land (where the landowner has given permission). A 10-year miner's right costs $25.55 and is for individuals only (not

  • Science Licenses for Journal Article Reuse | Science | AAAS

    Science Licenses for Journal Article Reuse | Science | AAAS

    Science Advances articles published under a CC BY-NC License may be used for Text and Data Mining for non-commercial purposes only, subject to the conditions of the CC BY-NC License terms

  • Kids News: Gold mining in the Australian Gold Rush was

    Kids News: Gold mining in the Australian Gold Rush was

    Aug 08, 2018 It was hard work pushing all your belongings and equipment on a heavy wheelbarrow, but unless you had money for transport, it was the only way to get to the goldfields. Step 3. Buy a miners’ licence for 30 shillings (about 30 hours’ wages), which lasts one month. If you’re a woman or a child, you don’t need a licence to dig for gold

  • Licence Conditions and how the Parole Board use them

    Licence Conditions and how the Parole Board use them

    Jan 22, 2018 Licence conditions are the set of rules prisoners must follow if they are released from prison but still have a part of their sentence to serve in the community. The aim of a period on licence

  • Mining Law 2021 | Laws and Regulations | South Africa | ICLG

    Mining Law 2021 | Laws and Regulations | South Africa | ICLG

    Oct 09, 2020 South Africa: Mining Laws and Regulations 2021. ICLG - Mining Laws and Regulations - South Africa covers common issues in mining laws and regulations – including the acquisition of rights, ownership requirements and restrictions, processing, transfer and encumbrance, environmental aspects, native title and land rights – in 15 jurisdictions

  • Applying for a dangerous goods driver licence

    Applying for a dangerous goods driver licence

    A dangerous goods driver licence is issued for five years and is required if a person drives a vehicle transporting: dangerous goods in a receptacle with a capacity of more than 500 L. or. more than 500 kg of dangerous goods in a receptacle. If transporting ammonium nitrate a dangerous goods security card (DGSC) or a recognised security

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    Terms of Service

    Mar 27, 2020 License for Content – Pixabay License Content on Pixabay is made available to you on the following terms ( Pixabay License ). Under the Pixabay License you are granted an irrevocable, worldwide, non-exclusive and royalty free right to use, download, copy, modify or adapt the Content for commercial or non-commercial purposes

  • For years Eddie Obeid fended off all allegations. Now the

    For years Eddie Obeid fended off all allegations. Now the

    Jul 19, 2021 In 2010, I decided to take a closer look at the mining licence and Cherrydale Park. I soon learned from locals that there had been a flurry of activity in the local real estate market

  • 1853 Gold Mining Licence | Australia's migration history

    1853 Gold Mining Licence | Australia's migration history

    Gold Mining Licence. Object/Collection Description Licence for gold mining, framed, paper / wood / glass, issued to J McDonnell, printed by John Ferres, Government Printing Office, Victoria, Australia, 1853. At centre top is the Victorian coat of arms with inscription: ‘VICTORIA / GOLD LICENCE’

  • Apply for a mining licence - Earth Resources

    Apply for a mining licence - Earth Resources

    Jun 02, 2021 The applicant needs to show identification of a mineral resource before applying for a mining licence. If you're applying for a mining licence, you need to include the following information: A map showing the licence area, including private land and Crown land (scale 1:25,000 or larger). A mineralisation report with exploration results for the described mineral resource, including :

  • Miner’s License, 1852 | Ergo

    Miner’s License, 1852 | Ergo

    Miner’s License, 1852. Print or download image. A miner had to keep his gold license on him at all times, as the license inspectors made random inspection visits to the goldfields. Miners, however, often co-operated to warn each other when an inspection was in progress, so unlicensed miners could disappear. Certificate, 1852

  • THE MINING

    THE MINING

    licence, lease or water right, or a part of the rights thereunder, has become lawfully vested by transfer, assignment or otherwise; “lessee” of a mining lease includes all persons having a right or interest in or under a mining lease, whether by trans- fer, assignment or otherwise;

  • The Gold Licence- 'Gold Rush: 20 Objects, 20 Stories'

    The Gold Licence- 'Gold Rush: 20 Objects, 20 Stories'

    Licences helped the government keep track of the large number of people moving to the goldfields. They also raised money to pay for roads, administration and police. An unfair tax. From the start miners complained that the licence was expensive and unfair, since they were required to pay whether they found gold or not

  • Exploration - Ballarat Gold Mine

    Exploration - Ballarat Gold Mine

    Mining is NOT permitted on an Exploration Licence – this requires a separate Mining Licence which includes increased levels of consultation and additional licence conditions. Prior to undertaking mining on a Mining Licence a series of consultative measures, monitoring, programs of work, rehabilitation and community engagement must be

  • Eureka Stockade | National Museum of Australia

    Eureka Stockade | National Museum of Australia

    Jul 05, 2021 There were limited finances to provide services and the colonial budget was already in deficit. To raise funds, but also to discourage a flood of people moving to the diggings, New South Wales Governor Charles Fitzroy and Lieutenant-Governor Charles La Trobe of Victoria, imposed a 30-shilling a month licence fee on miners

  • Online route explored as Mpumalanga's mining and

    Online route explored as Mpumalanga's mining and

    Aug 17, 2021 Delays in the issuing of mining licences and permits are often cited by companies in the sector as one of the major stumbling blocks to new investments and competitiveness. The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy is in the process of moving mining and prospecting licence

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