Examples from the Web for haematite
Haematite is sometimes magnetic, and A. Liversidge has shown that magnetite is probably present.
We saw an old iron furnace, and masses of haematite, which seems to have been the ore universally used.
Considerable veins of haematite of good quality occur both in the Red Sea hills and in Sinai.
Santiago de Compostela in Spain furnishes a considerable supply of haematite burnishers.
There is also a large rock of haematite under Mount Jellula.