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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913
- ' ? .-T- _ 5 ' FIRST RACE STARTS AT 1.15 p.m.. '' / Wednesday, August '20, BOULDER CUP. Saturday , August 23, Steeplechase' Day 1 A Spec'al Train will leave Coolgardie for Boulder each, race day at 10 50 a.m., returning from- Boulder - at. 5.59 p.nu and Kalgoorlie 6.15 p.m.* ? i . , ? , J. LYON JOHNSTON, Secretary
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913
AND TRAINED EQUINE COMBINATION Tuesday and Wednesday. j ? AUGUST 19 and 20 ' . LOCATION— Bayley Street (Next door to Miner Office)^ TOM HYLAND, the Marvellous Blind Hersemau: Miss AGNES - HYDAND, Accomplished Equestrienne; Miss GERTIE HYLAND. the Dainty Wire Walker and Trapeze Artist; Miss MAUD HYLAND, Australia's Leading Lady Bare-Back Rider: CLIFF CLIFFORD, in Risley Acts; DABOY HYLAND, in his Hurricane Act. , . ' 16 Trained Horses-, Headed by COM M'O DORK; a Hosb of Funny - 'CLOWNS, Etc. ' ^ 'V Popular Prices; 4s.. 3s.s 2s., Dnors r.]ien 7.30. Performance at 8. JA.CK L£S'«ON, Business Manager
Mr. McIntyre's Condition. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913
Mr. Mclntyre's Condition. The condition of Mr. A. M.;McIntyres proprietor of this paper, who has been confined to his bed for the past tt-11 days, consequent upon being afflicted with a paralytic stroke, shows sifitus of steady improvement. ' l'i wa^. thought, in the. fh*3t instance, :' tiii.il ; it would take much longer for him to attain to the present state of health than was the case, and there is euuse to rejoice at his progress. He is by no means out of reach of a serious-., illness, howeve'-, although witb-perfect rest this will be avoided. According to his medical adviser h» has been allowing his mind to run oh business- i.lefr-iiis,. and so strong was bis wish to become acquainted with the vai'ious items', of', business, with ;' which he was so closely connected ud to 'the time of, his illness, that it bad ^. been deemed advisable to allow him one interview a day with his legal 'adviser. Qaite a host of mes sages of sy in pathy. at his sudden attack arrive daily, from all p...
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913
ITEMS OF INTEREST. ?Municipal Rates.— By advertise ment in auother column appears a notice nctiryiDg ratepayers who m-c desirous . of having their names h serted on the voters' list, must pay all rates on or before lst: September, 19 Id, otherwise they will not be entitled, to vote at the next annual elections, and also legal proceedings will he taken for their recovery with out further notice. * The Boulder 'Kilties.'— Is the Boulder City Pipers' Band a travelling combination ? It took:- the council half an hour on Thursday evening to decide the point whether the band should have 'been charged £2 2s for the use of the town hall or £1 10s as a local social and dance party. The following from the town hall and library committee was eventually adoptee! by six votes to ( three : — 'Re- commended that no rebate be granted, that a letter be sent informing ap plicant that charge is in accordance with schedule of tariff.' Or'. Ni«bet| put up a good fight for the -'.kilties,,'' and showed, ...
Boulder Races First Day, Saturday, August 16 CLUB HURDLES [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913
Boulder Races First Day, Saturday, August 16 CLUB HURDLES lwo miles and 53 yards Boy 12 3 Ask Mo 10 6. LdParthia 12 o Ngawera 10 o Workmaster 11 o Cashmore , 9 7 interval 10 10 Marrowplane ? 9 6 MILE WELTER One Mile Highguard 8 10 Yalobia 7 12 Skipton , ' 8 o Lile Lass f 12 Murietle 8 8 West Park 7 12 Murella 85 Flogger 7 n Misfire 8 5 Snaphaunce - 7 8 Lost Chord 8 2 Vigilans 7' 7 Bundorrie 8 2 Flinty , 7 7 'Keer Weer 8 o Lord Mural 7 7 GO LD FIELDS NEWMARKET HANDICAP, Six Furlongs Ejector 10 1 Simple Maid 8v g Beverage 9 7 Third Best 8 '3 Full Sail 9 7 Owlet 8. 2 Lily veil 9 4 C Secretary 7 13 Marcaux 90 Ld Flavus 7 11 Flavigny 9' o Beresford 7 7 Thigen Thu 8 12 Rosenal 7 o Filbarra 8 9 Atlas 7 0 TRIAL STAKES -a Six furl©ngs_ Independent 9 6 »vMural Lass 7 7 .Testudo 9 6 Lord Reay 7 5 Diplomatist ' 9 3 Bond N 7 4 Hackee 91 B. Sherry - 7 3 Sir Owen 8 10 Paynesville 7 o Ilia 8 9 Corporsant 6 7 W. Catham 8 7 Mes. Boy 6 7 Silver Foil 8 6 Alesia . 6 7 Beckoff 7 9 . Extortion 6 7 . - CIT...
REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. THE MINISTRY ADAMANT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913
REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. THE^MINISTRY ADAMaNT. 4 Ihe inward cor i-e«pondeiice: dealt vwlh ab ThursJay;s meeting of the cnu- nr included more letters on the w--i Ivshops removal scandal. At i:-0 outset, the Mayor reported \i* !'w'£.Cl-- liViaha» liad seen it I KUTV)- yi'LC-- ontte matter, when fchp, la.(.f;«r afo^ u« j-.j ?njt see that another interview with' ? Mr. Johnson would be 01 any avail. :VvIV ?'? ^Dowa11' M.L.A., wrote ' stating he had seen Mr. Johnson and asked lor certain^particulars required by the council. ' V: Ihepremier wrote,- in reply to the recolution ol the public meeting of protest, stating he had given car°9fal consideration to ,the fatter, and had come to -the conclusion that Mr Johnson s reasons were sufficient. ^ The matter then dropped, pending MoDowaUu endeavoring to obtain.
Electric Lighting the Streets. ADOPTED BY COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913
Electric . Lighting the Streets. ADOPTED BY COUNCIL. ' At the metingot the municipal cquncil, on ? Thursdaj , evening, the report of che special rate! ing held in - committee ou the electric lighting of the streets question was submitted ; n\s - -ah ygivsiuent drawn up between the council and the electric supply company, and submitted by the municipal solicitors. The Miyor s.iid there would bn a saving of £18 on the first year, aCter. piling £22 13.3.44 for- . installations, aud ribon't £50 the next year, ? .The atjiv.-ment -is for two years, and the cou toil has the option of renewal f. i- another two. years, but rfubji-ct to. three months' notice of :terminarion '-after' the -first two years in the/event of rhe company effecting a bale; The payment of tha cost of installation extends over one year irf eqiv:d monthly instalments. The lamps are to be hung on wires in the middle of (he intersections, and no poles are to be used. : In the report it ia shown that the lamps are to be at...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913
' ' LINSEED COMPOUND ' ' for coughs and colds. Of 'proven efficiency for chest complaints. '(f iNneq by the ctmpamv') //^fTsO '^f%l,JllJ / -t^ - ??'? *sa$}fT -&%. I OMLY THE . ? *^S^M$y'), ''$ ~\f| IfinestBeef & Mitoo^Sife ^L * ft I — — _ _ ? ^ ? ^ — / mgHj. (iv^Mfi, t g . 1 Procu rable i n New South Wales ^^iSHiJ v W -\ ' Se sure and buy \\ \tW NEW -& SECONDHAND ' '' OF -EVERY' DESCRIPTION. i - PLANTS- RECkNTLX SUPPLIED5 TO— ' '' * Bullfinch Proprietary Mine. Corinthian North Mine. Edna May Mine , Mt Goraialong Mine, Leonora. Kyarra Gold Mine. - Royal Standard Gold Mine. ** ' ' , Great Victorious Mine^-Ora Banda, . Etc, Etc. -?'OASH'OLl TERM'S. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. ?W'WestwliaQ-Maehuiepy CoFporation^ Ltd. ' B')ULDER. TvOAD, KALGOORLIE. ... yj B/iiEbaiifc& Store. ' - ' ? ? ? . ? - (ESTABLISHED 1898). ' - Wearmotttl* aa^ermlace^Fropwetors. (GENERAL STOREKEEPERS £ DRAPETJS) ' The Largest Stocks id the1 District. Our Prices are Bedrock' - 'Customers W...
BOULDER CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913
BOULDER CUP. Two miles and 53 yards. Swagger 9 11 Misfire 6 9 Lilyveil 9 2 ? Golden City -6.8 C d'Eslire 9 o West Park 6 7 Simple Maid 8 1 Ravel 6 7 James III' 7 6 , Keer Weer *6' 7 Kaluwiri 7 5 Lile Lass ,'67 Solo Girl 7 3 Lord Mural 6 7 Skipton 7 o The following are our selections fwi\ to-day — Hurdles — Ld Parthia, Boy, Ask Me ; Welter— Flogger, Lile Lass, Flinty ? Newmarket — Chief Secretary, Sim ple Maid, Owlet Trial Stakc-s— Diplomatist, Beckoff Sir Owen ? - ? City Stakes — Lilyveil, Swagger, Saturate _ ' . - ' Imperial Haudicap— Kaluwiri, Susa Miss Bob Boulder Cup — James III, Conge 4'Eslire, golo $irj
ORE TESTING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913
ORE TESTING. Many men can judge the value of &nbsp; another person's ore, but when their own is in question they magnify the tail of gold in the dish until it wags the whole lode. The "Canadian Min- ing Review " once dealt with the ques- &nbsp; tion of 'encouraging assays,' but &nbsp; &nbsp; whilst there are some differences here, the matter does not apply so directly as it would have done some years ago. The "Review" said: — &nbsp; &nbsp; " There are men on every line of &nbsp; business who differ greatly upon the principles underlying their special branch and the methods under which &nbsp; it should be conducted. Some are honest in their differences, while others are willing to sacrifice their real opinions as to any matter of expedi- ency which promises more ready and full returns of cash to their coffers. There are assayers who believe that the prospector should be 'encouraged' by over-stating the value of his ore, ...
BURBANKS MAIN LODE. REPORT FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913
BURBANKS MAIN LODE. REPORT FOR JULY. &nbsp; Main Shaft, No. 8 Level, Winze 298ft. North.— Deepened 15ft.; total 48ft. The first 7ft. of sinking was through very broken formation, carry- ing a lot of calsite, up to 8 inches in &nbsp; width, which appears to take the place of the reef; no values. In the last 8ft. of sinking a make of quartz has come in on the north end, and shows about 3ft. in the length in the north end of winze, the calcite forma- tion remaining in the southern por- tion. The quartz assays 4dwts. per ton over a width of 10 inches. North Intermediate Drive (off No. 2 winze). — At 34ft. below No. 7 level, have driven 19ft. north; reef 24 inches wide, assaying 10dwts. per ton. No. 7 Level, North Main Drive. — Extended 50ft., total 540ft. Reef during the first half of distance from 6 to 28 inches wide, assaying 3½dwts. per ton, balance of driving in reef for- mation, of same assay value. East Crosscut, 537ft. North. — Cross- cutted 13ft. into the footwal...
Phil Saunders. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913
Phil Saunders. &nbsp; "Desert Gum" writes: — "Your in teresting article in a recent issue on Phil Saunders, reminds me that even to-day in the autumn of his life, the &nbsp; grand old veteran possesses the same grit he displayed so many years ago, when, without a companion he under- took the stupendous task of prospect- ing the Leichardt Ranges. A few years &nbsp; ago, when Phil had longg passed his sixty mile post, he bought a camel from the then Mayor of Morgans. The &nbsp; Mayor in question was notorious for &nbsp; his reckless disregard of honesty, and &nbsp; through the sale of the camel he pouch- ed seventy of the best. The ship of the desert belonged to a big buck &nbsp; Ghan, who at that time had a firewood contract on the big mine. Phil unsus- pectingly paid over the money, and together with his new purchase; started out to prospect the country north of Morgans. All went well for a few days, the camel was a splendid, b...
MINING NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913
MINING &nbsp; NEWS AND NOTES. Some men have already been put on at Tindals, and the mine should soon be in full work again, which will be a good thing for Coolgardie. The pub- lication of the report which appeared in our last issue gave a more cheerful tone to the mining outlook, and this has been increased by the satisfactory report from the Main Lode. &nbsp; &nbsp; It was recently stated in these columns that the work at Tindal's mine will be done by contract, and this system will shortly be in opera- tion. It is also stated that steps have been taken to dispose of the sands to a treatment party at a satisfactory figure. It is satisiaciory to note that the Burbanks Main Lode shows a profit for July, after meeting £1,305 for de- velopment and £74 capital expenditure. The gold won was worth £4,400, and the total working costs were £2,886. Messrs. Hansen Bros. who have won 4oz crushings from the Benjamin George, have now put down a winze at the 75ft. level. Du...
CYCLING. TRIP ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913
CYCLING. &nbsp; &nbsp; TRIP ROUND THE WO-RLD. H. E. Smart Coulson, who is &nbsp; cycling round the world, arrived in Coolgardie yesterday from Singa- pore. He states that he is making the trip for a wager of £1000 laid by the Continental Tyre Co., of Bombay, &nbsp; through, their agents. He left Bom- &nbsp; bay on February 17 last, and cycled to Calcutta, where he arrived on March 9. He then journeyed to &nbsp; Rangoon, and after visiting Penang, cycled up the Federated Malay States as far as Kuala Lumpur. He &nbsp; then took train for Johore Baru, as there were no roads. He later crossed by ferry to Woodlands, and cycled into Singapore. A boat took him to Java, and he cycled from Batavia to Sourabaya. Before com- pleting his journey he will travel between 40,000 and 50,000 miles, and he has already covered 4000 miles. After leaving Australia he will travel &nbsp; &nbsp; through America, Japan, China, then from ...
Motor Car Mishap. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913
Motor Car Mishap. On Wednesday last Mr. Johnston, of Ora Banda, came down with his motor car, bringing Mr. C. Cutbush, mayor of Kalgoorlie, and another passenger. In Coolgardie they-picked up. Cr. W. M. Faahan and proceeded to Bulla Bulling, near where the visitors inspected the old amblygonite (?) show. Returning, the axle of the fastly driven car struck a stump that was hidden by a bush and was &nbsp; crumpled up, whilst the driving rod was so badly broken that portion &nbsp; was lost. The occupants of the car were bumped but in no way injured. They had to walk back over four miles to Bulla, where they awaited another car from Kalgoorlie, and reached Coolgardie again at 10.30 p.m. The damaged car could not be moved, and a mechanician was sent down to effect repairs on the spot.
COOLGARDIE GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913
COOLGARDIE GOLDFIELD. &nbsp; The report does not devote much space to the Coolgardie field, but con- tains the following references : — The output of gold for he year was 42,172 fine ounces; and for the pre- ceding year 33.754 fine ounces; an in- crease of 8.428 fine ounces. This yield &nbsp; is the largest since) 1907. In the Bon=- nievale centre there has not been any &nbsp; improvement. The Burbanks centre in still the main producing one. The Main Lode mine continues to develop well, and good re- sults are being got from a depth of over 900 feet. Good developments have also taken place at the Mainstay and Lady Robinson mines. The tri buters on the Birthday mine had again a most*prosperous year. ' &nbsp; &nbsp; In the Coolgardie centre matters have been rather quiet; th tributers on Bayley's mine, however, had some good crushings. At Eunrynie tributers on the Hidden &nbsp; Secret continued to do well, but the tribute having expired t...