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Stanley Crossland Bullock

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Captain Stanley Crossland Bullock (1881- )

1922 Capt., (late R.E.), M.C., M.Amer.I.Min.E., Cons: Metallurgical and Min. Engr.; b. 1881; s. of John Thornton Bullock, Aylsham, Norfolk. Ed. Privately, and Lancing Coll., Shoreham, Sussex. Training: Woolwich Polytechnic, Birkeck Coll., Melbourne Sch. of Mines. Career: Pupil, Fraser and Chalmers, of Erith; Asst. Engr. with Bewick Moreing and Co., London and Australia; designed Lead Smelting Plant, Port Kembla, N.S.W.; Const. Engr., Broken Hill Junction North Mine, Australia; Asst. Supt., Spassky Copper Co., Siberia; Manager of Capella Copper Mine and Mill, Collahuasi, Chile, subsequently Gen. Manager, Poderosa Mine, Collahuasi; 1915-19—Commission in I 79th Tunnelling Co., R.E.; Acting Captain 1916; awarded M.C., 1917; Capt. 1918; Tunnelling, Road Making and Bridge Bldg.; 1919-20—Reporting on Zinc, Lead and Copper Mines in Great Britain; Testing Electrolytic Processes for the recovery of Zinc, Lead, Silver, etc.; has made a speciality of ore treatment; has a knowledge of French, Spanish, German, Russian and Kirghese. Paper before the Inst. M. and M., and articles on Min. Subjects in the leading Min. Journals. Clubs: Mining and Metallurgical. Address: Finsbury House, Blomfield Street, London, E.C.2.

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