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Town Gossip [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

Town Gossip Two men have applied for prospect ing areas within the town boundaries, and the Mining Registrar has had to take his coat off to wrestle with the regulations which were evidently framed to prevent mining within a   municipality. Mr. Cohn should offer a prize, of say, two guineas to anyone who can sort out the jumble that has been caused by the framers of these remarkable conditions and instructions. The money would be well earned. One   condition is that a prospector must get permission from the Warden to go upon land to obtain specimens, but he must get a tenure before he can break the surface, which means, as auriferous specimens are not now lying around loose, he must go to the cost of of getting his title before he knows whether there is anything in the ground or not. Wonderful smart peo- ple who frame these regulations.   "Hang the rules and regulations," as the comic man remarked. Mr. G. F. J. Hall having refused to longer be ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Battery Manager's Departure. SEND-OFF TO MR. MOYES. COOLGARDIE MINING ADVANTAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

Battery Manager's De- parture. SEND-OFF TO MR. MOYES. COOLGARDIE MINING ADVAN- TAGES. Friday of last weak saw the Mayoir   and councillors again rise to the oc- casion and give a suitable civic send off to Mr. D. Moyes, who has been   manager of the local State battery for over two years, and who was on the eve of taking his departure for Sandstone. Combined with this func- tion was also a send-off to Sergeant Fee, and Constables Young and Walker, but that to Mr. Moyes is now report- ed separately, as it had to do with mining matters. The Mayor (Mr. D. McPherson) pre- sided, and read apologies for non-at- tendance from Cr.Hanley and Mr. A.   Gale, successor to Mr. Moyes. The Mayor said the first toast would be the health of Mr. Moyes, who was going to Sandstone after having been manager of the Coolgardie State bat- tery for two years. During that time Mr. Moyes had made himself popular with the public, and had been a good manager both for the p...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

BOAN BROS'. GREAT WINTER FAIR IS NOW ON. MARVELLOUS BARGAINS OFFERED IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. THE FAIR OF FAIRS. Presents Exceptional Opportunities to Patrons to Secure the Choicest of the World's Commodities at prices which have been hitherto unheard of in Perth, A Monster Money - Saving Festival. —SPECIAL NOTICE.—       SHOPPING. BY POST.—Our numerous country patrons will do well to   mail their orders at once. We will guarantee that they will participate in all the Marvellous Reductions of the Fair. Give all the particulars of what you   want and your orders will have our careful attention and early despatch. Dur- ing the currency of the Fair all prices in our catalogues are subjected to exactly the same reductions as those extended to our town clients. BOAN Bros., The Universal Providers, Wellington & Murray Streets, Perth.

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The Policy Speech. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

The Policy Speech. Mr. Holman's policy speech at Gun- dagai did credit to his astuteness and adroitness. On one point, however, metropolitan critics consider, he blun- dered badly. The most vulnerable   spot in the position of his party is its   reckless and extravagant finance, which has compelled the Treasurer to own up that, although he has handled the biggest revenue on record, in ex- penditure he has out-run the constable to the extent of a million stirling. The State Premier Gloried in this lavish scattering of cash. 'Wade only spent so much," he proudly de- claimed. We have spent half as much again. If money were plentiful and these big amounts had been eco- nomically laid out for the public bene- fit, and not for the pampering of an insatiable class, he would be on sound ground. But both these essentials are absent. Money can only be procured at ruinous rates — a fact which, of it self, should dictate caution. And what is worse still, a very large p...

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"CAPATIN SCOTT'S OWN STORY." "LIFE'S OFFER OF TWO FINE SCOTT PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

"CAPTAIN SCOTT'S OWN STORY." "LIFE'S" OFFER OF TWO FINE SCOTT PICTURES.   "Life" magazine has scored a dis- tint literary hit. It has secured the exclusive rights for Australasia to   publish "Captain Scott's Own Story" — the full text and all the pictures as described in recent cables. This big magazine feature promises to be the most thrilling account of Polar adven- ture ever written, and few readers will care to miss it. It is a tale which for pathos and splendour, is unequalled in literature — the splendid of human endurance at its highest point; of a   courage that danger could not shake or death chill; of a great plan mag- nificently carried out; and of a great triumph not darkened, but heightened, by death.   "Captain Scott's Own Story" will probably run through five issues of   "Life." This special feature will begin in ''Life" for August — on sale about July 24 — with a finely illustra- ted introductory artic...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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BETTER IF HE HAD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

BETTER IF HE HAD. ________         An old country squire, returning   home one night at a very unusual hour, thought he saw a light flash up and go out again. Determined to in- vestigate the cause, be proceeded to- wards where he saw the light and discovered a policeman with his arms around the neck of one of the par- lour-maids, who was leaning out of the window. The policeman's lamp   was turned on, and the embracing   caused the light to flash up. On dis- covering the pair, the squire called out :   "What are you doing here?" "A-courting, sir. I'se courting     Mary," said Robert. ''It's a lie," exclaimed the irate   squire. "What do you want a lantern for ? I never used one when I was a young man." "No, sir. I don't think yer did judg- ing by the missus," retorted Robert.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913

HANLEY and QUILTY (SUCCESSORS TO BUTCHER & UHR, Ltd.), ============================================   Premier Butchers.         Wholesale and Retail. Carts Call Anywhere and Every-   where. 'Phone 82 Coolgardie.     OUR MOTTO— Highest Quality, Lowest Prices.   Having Installed an up-to-date Refrigerating Plant we are prepared to accept for Storage any Perishable Produce. Lowest Rates on Application.       LOCAL PRODUCTS,     AND AS                             GOOD AS THE BEST.   LION BEER AND STOUT. C. VINCENT. P. CUNNINGHAM. Mr L. BRUTON   Managing Director. Brewer. Secretary.  ...

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Correspondence HOME RULE FOR SCOTLAND. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

i ? -:VV :--?.?../'. ?,;???:.-_ ..???,'???. ; Correspondence/;- ;?? . : ':?;',. HOME BULE FOE SCOTLAND. ? CTo- tn© Editor.) :-::-. ? : : : ; Sir^ — 'the International Scots *Iome liiile League lias' been formed 'to unite -.Boots Iloine Rulers tlivonghont the v.'orLl, in promoting the ^stablish laent or a National Parliament in Scotland.' It. is now some years since tliere existed' in Scotland an orgnnisiition i dc-vcteil. solely to promote ,tii'e move ! ment for Scots Home Eule. Tlio ques tion '-.-'has been heyi alive oy political bodies 'with various aims, and by loyal friends botli. inside and outside of Par liament, but tiie absence of a popular a iid representative Society to specially attend to its interests lias long been ...ijegarded' as an xindoubted sdisad van- tage. Under modern conditions the solu tion of a' great political question de pends to a large extent on the effic iency of its organisation. The Free Trade, Labor, Temperance and. otLei movements have each not only ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

' '. ' V 'COAGCJLINE,'.' KLINX,' 'TEN- ASITINE' Cements for breakages, manufacturing purposes, etc.

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RE-STARTING TINDALS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

' BE-;START|NG T^DALS/f '-?] At;, the specia meeting of : share holders ia Tiu dais G.M. Company, held in Melbourne on .July 23, the chairman (Mr.. Andrew Robinson) said its wou'd- be. necessary ^to' raies about £3500 from calls. He nl=o. stated that Air. W. Humphreys hu'i been, appointed mine riiauagf-r under tbe supervision of ,Mr. ' W. FauL Ffft -niivispr? that Mr ?iP'i?nl'« vannn-i'' mendations be adopted. r ' A resume oC .Mr. Faul's report was read, tbe most eMcouraging/por tion of which was in connection ; wirh No. 3 level, whore lie said thai; in the face at the north e ;d of the level at the; west sie'e he discovered a small rniuerali: ed vein which assayed, loz 17dwt 6gr. A full face sample caken at this point gave an assa'y value. of lOdwt llgr to' the ton. The average assay of three samples taken over I4ft being equal to £2/11/ per ton. In summing-up, he considered ifc worthy of an effort to locate a continuation of the ore body. woi'ked in the upper levels, -;nd his reco...

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A PROFITABLE VENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

A PROFITABLE VENTURE. Mr. F. G-ereke, owner of the Victory mine, cleaned up at his battery on the lease a small parcel of ore for a-Te^ turn of 00 ozs. of bullion. Iliviiig treated most of the accumulated aumj-r. on the) surface, the owne-r is .now deep ening the main shaft for the purpose' of 'intercepting the reef below water level to locate the marvellous rich chute of gold worked by a party or' tributers to that level some twoy ears ago. It will be remembered (says the 'Leoncia Miner') that some phenomenally, rich erushings were obtained by that party during the '.enure of their tributes twelve months. After paying royalty, and carting and crushing to the: Leoji ora State) battery, the four men in the party for twelve months' work netted close on £5,000 per man. As the reef is going down strong underfoot, a nd the values high, it is safe to predict that Mr. (lea-eke will be welL depaid for his outlay in installing a battery - on the lease, and prospecting the reef at depth. If v...

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HIDDEN SECRET NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

HIDDEN SECRET NORTH. ^Thie tributers at the Hidden Secret K'orth, Eundynie (Trembath and ^arty), have reported their July clean up which shows that 320 tons were filled for a return, of 263ozs. over the plates, an average of 16'dwts. lOgrs. The tailings have not yet been treated, but are known to lv=-- high. The ore for this crushing' was1 broken in stop ping at the 300ft. level. A boiler has been installed to be used in sinking the shaft, and the pipes have been put in. The trib.iters have to sink the shaft from 300 to 400ft., -tnd when i they .put in their drives from ihe.t level, there will be two g'ood blocks of stone to stope. The tribute was let for two years from March last, so that the' tributers should have a good time ahead., of them.

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THE CALL OF THE BUSH. Scene.—St. George's Terrace. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

THE CALL OF TIISJ EUSH. -'''? :-'; ? '.???;. ??-.'-.. ,[ ♦...'.'..' - -; : :-:-;- ..?'.?;?''... *' ? ..: ^ Scene.— -St. (!e-rge '^Ccrraco. . -?.'?'?,.?. Motor, - with .two consumptive . ibSH and; two— rladiesj knock- ' a:- man pyep . (vitli tluei' remark, ' 'Come .on, Ada, he '« - only; a busV whaeker,' the . lnptPK ; careered .off, leaving Jack 1'iie. «TaTni£ Sapling peeled aiid bleeiingi ? Grive; me the bush in a 6 x 8 tent, ' [ Give me the life th;it is freoj }J hat Js in town, when money is spen^ Npthing but misery. I)raw ''your . eonclusipns, cpntrast'.tha --;. two, ,: ,,/.:. .?/-. '?... ? ?.. ; Then say Avith an unbiassisd mind, . Isn't it-ihtowii, ^ou; always do Distress '..'and' 'poverty find. ' Giyo.me 'the ljian- that's sunburnt arid '..;' tanned, ! ' . '? '. ?'....:; ;-.?:.'.,'..,.,?..:;.. Neither consumptive or dying, , . Who ysleteps in his. tent,^ and by breezca is 'fanned, '' ;^;.v ' ^ :;? b'.-T? ... . ?'? As- nightly lie 's peacefully' lying: ,^. . For he; is tiie: i...

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The Prospect. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

' . - - The Prospect. ' : ' 'Meanwhile, the the Government boj Mevea Dr. Paton,. who dlec lares that Sydney will not be safw' Lrom' small pox until the whole of its' inhabitants are vaccinated', ihe prospect is that the present deadlock ' of. commerce and transit may be prolonged indefinitely. There ane. thousands of intelligent rer sons in the city who would go to gaol rather than suffer the corrtpinination proposed. Yet. the danger from which thjs monstrous proceeding is to aava us is'-neg%eab]e so long as- sanitation h properly attended to. It is, only in flagrantly unsanitary localities, that 'smallpox become* really formidable. Whatever' happens, the embargo will havci to be removed very shortly, or else there will be serious distress from the interruption to industry and trade. Tho Government and their mtsdic il ' a.d- 'visers are rapidly bringing vacei notion as a safeguard aganst disease, to a 'freductio^ ad absurdum. ''' ? The By-EleetOH. Thb by-eleeton at Wollondilly j'esu...

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MINING NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

.-C MINING NEWS AND NO'i-ES. The Mines Department liua not keen rushfed witli applicants desiring to lease the Undaunted mine, but the Govern ment lien is the cause or that. There is a mortgage ..a ti.o j/jroporty' of gome thing likja £1,6')'), and on oi^e will take over so heavy a liability. If the mine was leased on reasonable terms something could be done with it. but Hothiii:? is trained bv locking it up. The general complaint that too much exemption is granted applies also to the locking up of lands oy the' Gov ernment, so tliat no one gets the bene fit. A Government lien on an. unused mine is not much value as a security, but there would be some gain if such lands were worked so that the gold could be brought into use. There is a solid lode about 5ft. in width, and this is valued at between * and odwts. The stone is easily broken, and a small party of practical men could break at least 200 tons a month. A Wail from the 'Leonora Miner''7: —One, i^iiig, of the Mines Department, ...

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SPORTING. IN THE FISTIC ARENA. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

SPORTING — — — — «- — — '??- y .';??'-;?.' '''.'??« IN SHE -FISTIC AKENA.^ x . ? - C rBv ^Second.')- '^?' A .-.'' ' ? I. Tim LauVl, .the ;?? stiir-legsed boxor/ froin Boiidi, l.as beeniiguring. prbjinn: ; ently in a coupfe of contests 'Pvo^iQ tho Easto His ?ast : go ^a» with Ous De^itt; the AcolaideoniahV who is ie puted to bo 'some class' at Uie mit-; wielding process) and they are still dis puting whether the referee gave ? tho verdict to the real winner. The mill Waged the wh*le twenty rounds, :and; of points in popirlar favor; :B at, acV cording' to the referee, the other chap* was superior, aud as the referee's de cision (goo'l or rotten) is worth the; opinions of Millions ONf outsiders, it carried the day. The mob becamo in- { digriant, and rushed the- adjudicator, whoi, was afforded police protection. Ho was escorted from the sceiio .of the conflict to the uearest hotel, the mob :foilpwing in struggling line, giving ex pression to their opinions on the vic tiin's; abilities a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

FIRST RAGE STARTS AT l/o p :-?. ., ?'?? :-_: '- ;',;', .; '? \VedM-.-sJdy, August 20, BOULDER CUP. Stmr..^, A -u ,i ^;5, Steeplechase Day ;/ ,A Special Train will leave Coolgavdie for Boulder each race d it r' 10 50 a vn., r t'lu-ning from Bouiaer , : ; at 5.59 p.m., and Kalgoorlie 6.15 p.m. ': v ; ;v :; i v ,.;?-?.:. :U, ''??;. ':',v '.' ? :;\.v -'.-: --'^ .?/.-?

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American Mining Laws. THE SQUARE CLAIMS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

kineriean Mining Laws. v: THE W IT AKE CLAIMS. ojWhcn tho; ieviBipn of me United ' States Milling 'Law was unddc eonsid eYationj 4;he following .appeared; in ^ the Americail \- Engineering ; and Mining Journal':1—' ' .-?: .?,.'?'?' .-???; ? -'Tliie lieart; of the difficulty^ is tne ^xtra-iateral rights . the 'aboiitioji ; of which is indispensable to any;, effec tive ; reform of 'the ^ed'eraly law- Pp ^^bUirit. 'ha h l»Ren niade to;' thi.B aboli tion, and the substitution : of /vertical ? boundaries, m the 'grdund'that the lat ter arc suitable pnly;;to certaih.;s;lkiBBeb' of ore- deposits/ sucli 'as; the ^sensibly ; l«vt)l' 'copper ; deposits :bf /Michigan and ' 'some ' ol the ;ca;rb'onate,j deposits ' of Idaho and OoloradP;' ;but: not 'to ,large sys'tcny of :;pajallel V fissures 'like 'the Biitte -deposits. It would^ bo; ihtereBt-: . ing. to know; yfiiere Jthess^ parties get their ihbwled^eldf 'the 'seii'6ibly;'leyer character oCtha. Michigan ?uopper-bear- iii'g be;ds-r;and-.h6w;th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

I ^&^ t^L* HANLEV and '. (SUCCESSORS TO BUTCttElt &. UIIll, Ltd.), , . Premier Butchers. Wholesale and '.Retail. - -Carls Call. Any where and Every . wliere. 'Pjipne 82, Coolgardie. : '?'- ( OUR MOTTO— HighesTQuality, Lowest Prices. ' ? ? Having Installed an up-to-date Refrigerating Plant, we arc prepared to aceept-for - . ' ' - Storage, any Pcrishabje Produce. ^Lowest Bates ou -Application. -.,--- — - LOCAL PEODUCTS, ' . ? . A.ND AS v ... ? -' - % \ GOOD AS THE BEST. _— — -^_ - _ . t C. VINCENT, V, CUNNINGHAM, L. BRUTON ^ Managing Director. Brewer:, - Secretary. , . i . ? -.. . ? - ? . The Commercial Unioq Issiiraijce Coy., Ltd. . UNDERTAKES Fire, Employers' Indemnity, and Live Stock Risks. - / — LOWEST RATES. — t! 1 C, VINCENT, Sole' Agent. Victoria pel - - - Coolgardfe, .''... L. BKUTON (Secrelary of Lion Brewery), has taken this beautifully appointed ' House over on his own account from the 1st February. ?The supervision of the Commissariat section is in the hand...

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POST OF ESPERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

BOBT OP'ESPERANCE. ' ? Tire follou-^nr is from the lon de. ? ximet.'E8p.,vai.oe Times,- and what , it said lo yetu-b ago has xome bearing iipon thP I;ro,v.: position:—' With ikt jf.\y. iio-v»- i»i-..:-Jcally coTupletecl, it is nine that soma efforts should be madg to induce the larger intereolouial boats ' jo call here. The Adelaide Company, for instance, mgH ve,y Well ^ J , tbwr big stca .,w«. The Flinders and tue Herboit might both be taken off - it the company's hio- i^n+^ ? .... . ? ? - ' — to 'v«io now run- » , - nmg to the West called here on ,heir way to Alb-xny and Preinantle. It would cost vexy Ii- uo time or money. In fact, it is questionable whether a ' substantial reduction in expense would t-ri° V? W6re P°SSil)le t0 d«Pon8a with the rimders and the Herbert by running a large mail and open ea^o steairiter weekly, between Adelaide ™d ' - ' ^nin7/« *SB POrt' An A^^lty ' chart of the Esperanee coast und the ' channel, leading into tho o,v is ]1Ow . avadable for the ^e of na...

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