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George Stephen Evans

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George Stephen Evans (1873- )

1922 M.Inst.M.M., M.Amer.I.M.M.E., Manager of Eastern Smelting Co.'s Tin-Smelting Works; b. 1873. Ed. Blue Coat School, Hereford, Eng. Training: Australia. Career: 1894-1901—with Matabele Gold Reefs and Estates Co., Ltd., Rhodesia; Managing various Gold Mines, including Jessie and Blanket Mines; I901-6— Managing Sabiwa Gold Mine, Rhodesia; erected Reduction and Treatment Plant; 19o8-9—in private practice as Evans and Craufurd, at Silver City, New Mexico, U.S.A.; 1910-13—Manager, Tasmanian Metals Extraction Co., Ltd.; Charge of erection of plant for the Treatment of Complex Ores at Rosebery, West Coast, Tasmania; 1913—engaged on Eastern Smelting Co.'s work; was appointed Manager at Works, Penang, since 1914. Address: Eastern Smelting Co.,. Ltd., Penang. T. A.: "Evans, Smelter, Penang."

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