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" ... continually rising to the surface. The water is too hot to bear the hand in for any length of time, but when cooled is good for use, and always bright and clear, and free from any taste, while that in the adjoining cold springs is extremely disagreeable.... "
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Queensland - Page 19
by Royal Society of Queensland, Brisbane - 1885
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Publication, Issue 92

Geology - 1892
...the roots and branches lying in it are coated with a soft, green vegetable matter with air-bubbles attached, small bubbles of carbonic acid innumerable,...below forces the thin crust upwards, and a flow of this brown liquid mud spreads about, sometimes in great quantities. In one of the springs at Mount...
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Nature, Volume 46

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1892
...these hot springs at Mount Browne is 120 F. No change has been observed in the hot springs as regards level or temperature since 1865, when a cattle station was settled there. AMONG the curiosities in the mines and mining building at the Chicago Exhibition will be a solid gold...
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