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VPRS 11014 Mining Warden's Register of Applications for Mineral Leases, Tarwin

Public Record Office Victoria
Gippsland Mining District
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In their administrative role Mining Wardens were required to receive and register applications for various mining leases and licences in their area. The types of lease and licence applications which could have been registered include:

Gold Mining Leases (often known simply as Mining Leases) from 1859
Mineral Leases from 1861
Mineral Search Licences from 1862
Gold Mining Leases on Reserved Land from 1873
Property Leases from 1885
Tailings Licences from 1897
Petroleum Prospecting Licences from 1935
Petroleum Mineral Leases from 1935.

It is not certain that all of these types of lease or licence were registered by the Wardens.

To 1915 lease or licence applications were submitted firstly to the District Warden and then forwarded to the Mines Department in Melbourne. From 1915 applications were required to be submitted direct to the Department and from there were forwarded to the Warden.

Data time period: [1873 TO 1915]

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