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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1913 MINING ADMINISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, AUGUST 16, 1913 MINING ADMINISTRATION. During the hearing of a jumping case in the Warden's Court, on Mon- day last, several interesting points   arose as to how far the State should go in enforcing the development and consistent working of mining leases. In this matter a good deal of depart- mental inconsistency is observable from time to time, some leaseholders apparently being able to do as they like with the department; but those who have the interests of the mining industry at heart must recognise that it would be very injudicious to enforce in a harsh manner the regulations under which the lands are held. It is essential that we should encourage the investment of capital, and it would be unwise to penalise investors so long as there is any prospect of some thing being done with their holdings. In the case heard in the Warden's Court, counsel for the applicant broke somewhat different ground, by ad- vancing more or le...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

BLACK BROS., Old Established Butchers,       BAYLEY STREET. .         BEST BEEF AND MUTfOM IN TOWN.         TELEPHONE 25.         _____________________________         .Coolgardie Meat Supply.         TRENAMAN & TREVETT.           Only the Primest Stocked. Give us a Trial.     Telephone, 8.               Peter Roberts, For DAIRY PRODUCE.           New Laid Eggs. Best Butter, etc, Everything of the Primest Quality.   &n...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Our Eastern Letter. Sydney, August 5th, 1913. "Better Lymph." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

Our Eastern Letter. Sydney, August 9th, 1913. "Better Lymph."   "We are getting better lymph now," is the watchword at the vaccin- ation depot. Another is, ''We are be- ginning to understand the Melbourne lymph better." Whatever truth there may be in these statements, they af- ford no consolation to the thousands of unfortunates who have already suf-   fered severely before the vaccinators had gained experience at their expense. The humiliating truth seems to be that every one, from the officials at headquarters, to the medical hobbade- hoys, who, with their "rakes" and lan-       cets, were let loose on a long suffer- ing—and much suffering — people, seems to have lost his head, either in abject panic, or in the determination at any cost to earn distinction. It is difiicult to conceive that any humane or con- siderate practitioner, who recognised any responsibility towards the patients who came under his hands, would ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sir William Lyne. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

Sir William Lyne.       The death of Sir William Lyne was not at all unexpected. He "had suf -       fered much of many physicians," or,         at any rate, of many ailments; but per-   haps the most serious blow was his   defeat for the Hume. His friends managed to make so close a thing of it, that, had he been able to get about on his own account, there can be little doubt that he would have again been triumphantly returned. But it was not to be. Considering the strenuous life which he had led, it is almost a won- der that he should have lived to see the age of 69, and it speaks volumes for the strength and vigor of his physical constitution. Perhaps the   briefest and fittest biography is fur- nished by the statement that, by all who were admitted to his personal ac- quaintanceship, he was known affec- tionately ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Warden's Court INTERESTING JUMPING CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

Warden's Court INTERESTING JUMPING CASE. In the Warden's Court before War- den Troy, on Monday last Emily   Roberts applied for the forfeiture of G.M.L. 4453 (the Indicator), held by Charles John Mitchell. Mr. M. Bal- four Scott appeared for the applicant     and Mr. R. S. Williams for the defen- dant. Mr. W. Roberts appeared as agent for his wife.   Mr Balfour Scott, in his opening statement, said that the ground con-   cerned was well known in Coolgardie. At the beginning of this year it was held as a prospecting area, and now as a lease. He was instructed that Mitchell had not complied with the labor conditions although he had re- covered a considerable amount of gold the value of which was about £1,000. No consistent work had been done, and at the outside only two men had worked the lease. Nothing had been done to make the best use of the ground, and the work done had not been sufficient to develop it, but Mit- che...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

King's . . . Thursdays. Pictures . . Only       _________________________                     Complete Change of Programme Each Night. Murray & Bridge, CYCLE and MOTOR AGENTS Bayley Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed.           Rheumatism and Indigestion     TheRotorua " ENILAS" The Rotorua               Salts Salts               Registered Patent 3306             Is a saline combination containing the active laxative and curative properties of &amp...

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A Character Sketch. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

A Character Sketch. (By "The Orphan.")   In our goings to and fro on the earth, and our wanderings up and down on it, we are brought into contact with all sorts and conditions of people, whose characters are as varied as their occupations.             No two persons are entirely alike,   just as we differ in physiognomy and     build, so we differ in character; each   one of us have our own peculiarities, which may be unknown to ourselves, yet they are a subject of mirth, de- rision or contempt among our fellows. Bobbie Burns, wrote: — "Oh wad some power thc gift is gie us, to see ourselves as others see us . It wad frae mony a blunder free us. And foolish notion. What airs in dress and gait wad lea'e us. And e'en Devotion." I am not prepared to say that it would be altogether a good thing to see ourselves as others see us. If we could do so,...

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Amusements KING'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

Amusements     KING'S PICTURES. Mr, Murray has secured a splendid series of pictures for next week, and the chief feature will be Madame Sarah Bernhardt in the great drama- tic success " Adrienne Lecouvreur," under the adapted title of ''An Actress' Romance." The touching, romantic, and thrilling story of   "Adrienne Lecouvreur," the beau- tiful actress and court favorite, fur- nished Madam Bernhardt with the subject of her triumph, the glittering reign of Louis XV of France forming a fitting setting for such a romance. The famous actress' historic genius   has lost nothing in reproduction, and the frequent outbursts of applause   where this great picture has been shown have been proof of the large audience's appreciation of the fiim. Another splendid subject is the Gau- mont drama " Saved by his Child," depicting how a little boy, scarcely more than a child, through his courage, resource, and determination saves the l...

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The Mining Industry. ANNUAL REPORT. COOLGARDIE'S INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

The Mining Industry. ANNUAL REPORT.   COOLGARDIE'S INCREASE.     The annual report of the Mines De-   partment for the year 1912 has just been issued, and its contents emphasise our contention that a public spirited   and progressive administration is re- quired. Since 1903, the gold yield has steadily decreased and we have reached   the lowest output since 1898. In round figures the output was 1,250,000 fine oz. as against 2,075 fine ounces in 1903, when high water mark was reached.   The quantity of raw gold produced from 1886 to June 30th, 1913, was 26, 363,498 fine ozs., of which 15,598,512 were received at the Perth Mint, and 10,770,984 exported direct. The value of the gold produced during the same   period was £112,010,493, and the   amount of dividends from gold won by the mining companies was       £23,429,172. For the s...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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THE DELAYED RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

THE DELAYED RAILWAY.   The " Worker " explains the hold up   in the Trans-Australian railway: — "Scarcity of trucks has unfortunately caused a temporary cessation of con- struction work on the transcontinental line. In this instance the Fisher Gov-   ernment is in no way to blame. A contract for building the wagons likd to be let to a N.S.W. firm and tbo understanding was that the first lot was to be delivered on June 30. Pos- sibly, because it saw a Liberal admin-   istration, in power, the private enter- prise firm got tired and failed to keep its agreement. The incident should be a lesson to Joe Cook and Willie Kelly on the necessity for State or Federal run workshops. The other troubles of the near future will be the wages question and non-unionists. Work is almost up to the 60-mile peg, and beyond that limit the men expect a rise in pay. Arrangements are made to directly approach the Minister on the matter. As to non-union nav...

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A Country Newspaper's Morning Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

Country Newspaper's Morning Mail. We think there must be thirty-seven exchanges on our list, but, to be can- did, about 30 of them are about as much use to us as an unpaid bill.   Every, morning we go up for our mail,   and are given about half a dozen let- ters, and fifty-five papers in a more or     Iess dilapidated condition. Most of the latter represents the country press of W. A., which apparently obtains its livelihood per the scissors and paste medium, from the bigger journalistic concerns, where money is not so closely guarded. Sometimes we open a couple, glance through them, and consign them with all solemnity to the waste paper box . Others have their existence cut short without being opened. But from all we obtain as much information as would fill half an inch of our space. In a word, they are useless to us, to the office, and to   any one else in these parts, excepting   the local butcher, who ...

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A GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

A GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. We are in receipt of a telegram from Mr! Geo. Foley, M-U.A., to the effect t that the Minister for Mines is sending a geologist from the Mines Separtmen^ : to report on the auriferous belt' of f country between the Sons of Gwalia j mine and the Harb&i uights mine early next month. This news - *,tsays the 'Leonora Miner ;;) will oe received with gratification by the residents of the district, as in the opinion of many mining experts payable lodes exist be tween the mines mentioned. If the geologist is favorably impressed with the possibilities of payable ore bodies existing in the locality it is the inten ton of the Government to immediately forward a complete boring plant; and with systematic boring no doubt gold ] bearing ore bodies will be found. The j apathy of the local Prospectors' As- j soeiation is to be deplored in 'ttiis mat- ' ter, and the publie generally can thank M't 'ffnlfix-- fn/ th (- assiduous n-.isrner that he has worked to get a IJiyro...

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Our Eastern Letter. August 12th, 1913. A Protest Against Compulsion. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

©ur-Em.Bt®rn L^ti©pB August 12 th, 19 L3. A Protest Against Compulsion. Opponeoxts of compulsion in vaccina tion had a field day yesterday. -A select deputation waited on 'Mr. Hol man, the State Premier; ana laid their case before him in a dispassionate and carefully reasoned statement. It is necessary to dis^i'imiuate between oj)position to- vaccination, in itself, and oppostioii to using- the iron. club:.. of penal enactment to coerce dissidents. In this matter, as in. many others, the. { ' dissenters ' 7 from the commonly ie ceivied creed comprise some of. the best- , informed and most thoughtful men in the wprld .-~I need only mention, in this, connection,. Dr. .;? Alfred Eussell Wallace, whose little wJrk, 'Vaccina- tion a Delusion; its . Eiif orcemon'i; a Crime,7' to establish, this .statement.' Compulsion would make a ,'im lal cf ? ).r. Wallace, and of nmuoers.cf ittcr distinguished men y^ho think as he does, to say nothing of the thousands of ordinary citizens who- are convi...

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State Batteries. YEAR'S. WORK REVIEWED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

State Batteries. YEAR'S. WORK REVIEWED. Thja following extracts are from the report of the superintendent of State batteries (Mr. A. Mr How,e) for the year 1912:— Milling. There were1 282 head of stamps, Con sisting of 35 plants, available for mill ing operations, on the goldfields. Three 10-head plants (Boogardie, Lennon ville, and Tuckanarra) weria leased under agreements ^roriding lor charges and modus opcrandi similar to those adopted by the department. Altogether there were 1,026 parcels of auriferous ere milled. The average size of each parcel was 5|5.2 tons, 56,636% tons of ore being milled at 35 plants. The- tonnage -nilled was 4.6 per cent, less than that 'treated during 1911, and 36.6 per cent, less than tne total hand led during ft 910. The average value of the bullion from all 'Centres at which State bat teries were operating -was unchanged, being -72/ per ounce. The average percentage of amalga mation was 77.1 per cent., an increase of 1.1 per cent, as compared with the...

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ROCK Outbursts. MAIN LODE EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

^@©k ©EJ^ibwrstSo ? MAIN 1AJD& EXPERIENCE. The annntd report issued from 'clij6 Mines Department giv-as some interest ing information on tiie subjeet of 'roek outbursts.' We quote from the ' Inspector of Mines report ;-.s follows:— , 'Further ? outbursts of rock oc curred at Burbanks Main Lode mine, Burbanks. The. most significant took place a'c No. 6 level immediately over a -section of the drift that was well timbered with stulls 8ft. in. length, . having diameters rangng from iOin. to 12n. , . 'The outburst broke some of the stulls and . displaced others, at the saiaie time disintegrating about 25 tons of-|Jode material. ;.? Hit was accompanied with a loud regort which was heard at the surface Several hundreds of feet distant from a%€jfcical shaft above- the centre of ' the disturbance. In every instance the 'outbursts have occurred in the todlei,. which is composed ot. quartz ''and a more or less -silicifiecl greenstone, having a hardness of about six. Quite ? k) a numbe...

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1913 THE STATE BATTERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

l'ub;i-he W -? ! \y SATURDAY, AUGUST 23. 1913 ! THE STATE BAT.TE3IES. When we licar 'Ministerial com plaints as 10 the cost o£ State buttery yjj'stein, the question promptly arises: Is this department conducted in the interests of thjei mining industry, or merely ior tlie 'benefit ol its Qtlioials. i Tiie aeparu'juil figures themselves show tiiat tkfcae ' batteries are a magnificent, fcitate asset. Th'eir total cost from the iueepiion to the -3iid of 1912, inclusive of plants^ repairs, sundries, interest and sinking fund has been £12,13-1/ 4/6 and the revenue received has been £827,654///, making1, with other items, a total asset of '£841,595/10/3. This | gives a gross loss, inclusive oi £199,1)64: I 15/ for depreciation, of £371,848/15/9. This includes 'both gold and tin plants, and tlr,a wo'r-idng oi tnes'e since i898, when the State battery system was in augurated, has won to Western Aus-. tralia wealth ' to the amount ox £3,973,736. let, in face of these figuries we hear beinoan...

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LOCKED UP LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

LOCKED Ut kANDS. A glance at the list of loans and j subsidies granted under the Mining De- j velopment Act shows how lands are locked up on this field, and, also that all parties are not treat©! alike. Under Section (a) — Advances for. pioneer mining and prospeeiir.g, we j find that an advance was ;nade 'to the i Carbine South Company, and the re- i port says: — 'Interest for 1911 was j j paid early in the year, and in May the J leases were gaezttea surrendered eon- j ditionally on new leastes 840S and ! 841S being granted.' | Eegarding the Coolgardie Prospect- ; ing, Development, and Mining Co., N.L., Coolgardie, the report, states :— 'During 1912 inquiries were made as to terms on which the mine and. plant formerly belonging to this company eould be obtained from the Govern ment, and later on an offer was re ceived for purchase of part of the ._. '. . Ti_ni? mi. 1 ~ plant, but no business resulted. ±niB refers to 'the Undaunted mine, on which £1,500 waa advanced, but such harsh t...

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AMERICAS PEACE PLANS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

AMERICAS PliACE PLANS. Now that the presidents peace plan has been accepted in principle by 18 nations, Secretary Bryan has develop ed (says an American exchange) some details of the plan, which so far been only generally outlined. Sunday lie made a statement touching tho compo sition of the proposed commissions \o investigate controversies, designed to meiji proposed objections that it would be impossible to ' provide unbiased bodies of investigations whose findings would command respect of tiie princi pals. The statement is as follows: — 'Mr. Bryan, in stating tnat 18 na | tions had now accepted tne principle' i of the Presidents peaas plan, the last I nation being Spain, gave one .of the ! details proposed for the completion i of the plan. The plan contemplates a ' permanent international commission, \ and the 'President proposes that the commission' be composed oi five na tions, as follows: — 'One member from each of net contracting countries, to be chsen by the government; one ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

' 'av1-- ''''''''''' ------ K-Wljlil^ 0 g i. %t Thursdays. Only ' Complete Change o£ Programme Eaeli $iglit. - \ BSurpa^ & Bridge, CYCLE and MOTOR AGENTS Bayley Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. . gheiimatism and ledigestionw : ; \ TheRoiorua II rjUBIAlJH TheRotorua \ Eegistered Patent 3306 . ? Ie a saline combination containing the active laxative and curative properties of the world-famous Rqtorua Springs, which are a solvent of both uric and lactic acid in the system - Highly recommended for all derangements of the stomach and liver, bilions attacks, and all affections of the kidneys, v, la rheumstism and indigestion this natural salt— which is one of nature s great cures — should be tried even after other treatment has failed. Prlee 2/6, Posted 2/9 Sole Agent — ' Chemist,-: Bayley-street, Coolgardie ^riL So iMLSiitliKBSOii r-d-s- ^ McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. Personally visits Coolgardie eyery Sunday, Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, ?...

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SCOTT'S SIEGE OF THE POLS. THE CLIMAX OF A GREAT STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

SCOTT'S SIEGE OF THE POLS. THE CLIMAX- OF, A GEEAT STOEY. (By-^W. H. Fitehett.)' In the August issue of 'Life' ap pears a fine article by -Dr. ,W. JI. Fit ehett,- entitled 'The Great White Bat tlefield of the World ' ' — an introdectory artiele to 'Scott's Own Story, '- which . is to appear in succeeding issues - of ; 'Life.-'- Tnis btudy of Lolar adven- j ture from sim curly days to tne death ] perhaps- the i '.ost thrilling story of cho \ of Scott makes jCaa'einating reading — \ many related by Dr. Fitehett . being j that of the heroic Franklin ' and the j loyal wife who fitted out ship after j ship, and spent several fortunes, in tiying to save ber. husband and his party. By arrangement with* the publisher of 'Life' we quote the following summary of Scott's Siege of the. Pole/ told, by Dr. Fitehett in his article, and \ recommend readers to buy 'Life' for \ August: — . . ' i_- 'It 'is with the . attempt to reach the South Pole that the world -is just now mqst interested. The tate...

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