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An account of the Bulli coal mining disaster of 23 March 1887 in which 81 mine workers lost their lives. Bulli is located in the Illawarra coal fields, on the east coast of Australia, south of Sydney. The disastrous explosion in the mine was caused by a neglect of safety issues. A Royal Commission was subsequently called to look into the disaster.
St Louis Press, Darling Heights, 121p
Bulli Mining Disaster, 1887, Mine safety, New South Wales, Bulli Coal mine accidents, Safety measures
Dingsdag, Don, (1993), The Bulli Mining Disaster 1887 : Lessons from the Past, St Louis Press, Darling Heights, 121p.