Hi again Jenny,
I have found it. It is on a PDF. If you like, you can send me your email address through my Ancestry profile contact.
It has a photo of four miners, one of whom is identified as a Pollock, one we believe to be David Baxter, and of the other two, one is possibly my partner's grandfather, of whom he has never seen a photo.
Yes, it was a hazardous occupation, in more ways than one. My partner's grandfather was dead from a mine-related lung disease by 1924; one of the witnesses to his Victorian wedding died in a Boulder, WA, mine accident in 1901; David Baxter from the results of a fall from a tram-car in 1912...
All the best, Anne