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EDNA MAY G.M. COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

EDNA MAY G-.M. COMPANY. The following Is the report £or four weeks ending August. Wtb, 1913: — 1,140 tons crushed i'or a mill return of-'l)017o/s. 12dwts gold. Tot.il mill run, 574 hours; vorfcing costs, 15/1 per tonj capital expenditure, £2,866. Though the Edna May Co. Jia-ze an nounced that, so manyTons have been milled for a -re turn of so many ounces, there, has been a dead silence as to the value of the bullion. It; is known here that it was jf high value, miti the fact of withholding 'its actual value does not help to inspire confidence. An other matter of great importance and about which wg have nut yet heard 1 a'nvt.hrn jr. ? is the value of thpi. mill 'lvsi ? j/ — ? Q/ - — ? ? ? — ?— ? ^ ? .. dues. If -my but a Melbourne com pany were to make a bald statement about so many tons for so many ounces there would be a great, deal said about it, but Melbourne is so accustomed to ancient methods that they are cither easily satisfied oi' keep a lot of inner knowledge up their sieev...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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FOOTBALL. BURBANKS V. COOLGARDES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

FOOTBALL. BURBA tf KS V. COOLGAEDIE. These teams met Burbanks on Sun- . ~ day, -when there ' was a largia atten dance, inelading many Coolgardie visi tors. The Burbanks puolic were strongly in favor of their own team, but a~elose game was anticipated, and this was the result. Both teams were wrell represented, but from the Bur banks ranks O 'Leary was . absent on account of the recent death of his mother, and Crawley, the Fire -Brigade skipper, was away through illness. Sam Smith captained the Brigade, and' 'Wacker' Walker did like- service for Burban'k.8. Mr. E. Oates umpired the game satis factorily, and at times tans was no simple matter. In the first quarter Burbanks had the advantage of the wind, due Brigade put up a fast 'and stuboorn defence, and on a number of occasions carried the fight riglit up -into the local citadel. The greater weight of the local team told on the small ground, but the play was by no means one-sided, and when the bell rang for quarter time che scores w...

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

'COAGULINE,' -KLIN5,' 'TEN- AS1ITINE' Cements for breakages, ' manufacturing purposes, etc V, ^ *r Possess a delicious flavour appeal ^z^^r ing to every palate. *|' . As a substitute for meat they supply i every heeded element. 1 They are most economical. j . ? ? ? ? - ? . £. j FOOBS, SAUCES, RELISHES, CONMMKN'M ?' J You should also try Heinz Tomato Ketchup, Tomato Soup, ? | Sweet and Sour Gherkin Pickles, India Relish, Mince Meat, I - Evaporated Horse-radish, Etc., Etc. % Grocers reiarn purchase price if they fail to please. Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. .. :~ Brewed and Bottled by The Union Brewery - KalgoorMe .. TRY A DREADNOUGHT OF UNION BEER. No other kept Latest patent glass washer installed. All best brands! of liquors 3oitl-' department a specialty, . Everything at Kalgoorlie pricea Telephoiie IS J. P. Martin, Proprietor AUSTRALIA -|1QTBL .- Opposite PoBt Office. Catto's Special Bulk Whisky. ? Splendid Accommodalieu. Billiard Room and attention. Best on the Field...

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NIL DESPERANDUM. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

NIL DESPEEANDUM. Says the ''Loverton ;md Morgans Mercury, ' ' in respect ' to the Nil Des pea-andum: — 'With reference to the important development tvhieh occurred at tha Nil 'Oesoorandum mine (Gaston and King) Burtville, the manaarar. Mi ll GasLon, Jus M.udly supplied us with a few parti^-ulcirs. The footwall which wad si ruck somo weeks ago contains l^-om 6 to 12 inches of quartz ^any ing heavy gold. They havo crosscut a distance of 50ft., and have. b-;r-n all the time in a kind of mulloeky forma tion consisting1 of quartz, \aolin, iron etc., and at intervals tviid quartz veins. No hanging wall has yei boen encountered. Vox want of 'air, cross cutting has been stoppscl, *md a new shaft 8ft. x I lL ha3 been commonced. This, when connected with the cross cut, will enable operations to be re sumed. They .ire also driving on the footwall of die formation which sam ples exeedmgly well. 30ft further wfest driving Jns boen rvwrtcd on a strong portioii of the formation, and the stone look...

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GOLD IN THE NORTHERN TERRITORY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

GOLD m TUB NORTHERN In the 'oToiftiiern Territory Tiines' pf May 15th, a writer, who signs him-, self ' c Forty Years in tne Northern Territory,' writing tuuLer the heading,;. 'An Old Timer's Protest-.-*-'? ' &ives/ the following rather startling -figures about I somiei of the old-time crushings ; which.; j were put through' many years ago in the .land that is now 'a Paradise-, for civil servants:— 'I send you a; few crushings and workings of only ;pue.. small spot in the N.T., just to sho\v. what was being done in 1bs2:— - . 'Tlib.: Union and ExteHdtedv , ' ; ? \'Theb est of .'the claims ;was. the, , prqape-cting. company 7s,' which -gays'. 10 ozs. per ton. ~They got over :'),Q00 ;r;'s. :: at? less; than ?: 200ft ' ,-? 'sitixVjifif!.' ' ? !No'. V-l South gave as. high as 10 vy/s. to' the tons, -and as Jbw 'as ^p«; ; cv^rtli ; SOf-c, with heavy Avater. No. '- Snub (i-'iowi) as Wescott's), 1,000 ozs; vi've.ral orr.sh-. ings going 12ozs per ton; ci'*]ith TOit. No. 3 South, dee...

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MINING NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

MiMINd NEWS AND NOiES. Satisfactory progress is toeing made towards putting Tinclal 5 imne into work again. Several men . were on straigiitening up, and now tenders have been let for jwork that is to b© done on contract. There is a fair body of payable ore in tne ino. o xvvvl, »uu thij^ will be broken and sent to the mill. Tiro re^ut should be an addition to the funds ^available xor contract work, and there is a feeling that Tin dais will have a satisfactory future. For a long time past a uccle alluvial has been obtained on the sides of the ironstone hill in Eenou-street, near the Lion Brewery. In fact, a little gold can be obtained anywheie there, but over a week ago Jack Hope started on the brewery tide of the rise with a shaker, and amongst, tlie pieces he ob tained was one of Tdwts. ±Le obtained an ounce .'luring a Aveek's work, and is continuing' las work. All these iron stone rises contain a little gold, and it is supposed a few small leaders run through them. In 1911, the own...

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THE UNDAUNTED MINE [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

THE UNDAUNTED MINE ' It 'will Be found, on reference to j our advertising columns, that the i Mines Department is inviting ten \rs for the purchase of ihe plant and machinery on tho Undaunted Mine, j onr) frill nortinnluvfl mnV lin e.o;n O!! application to the raining registrars at Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie. Ten ders will be roceived hy the Secre tary for Mines. Perth, till Monday, September 8, and each should be accompanied by a deposit of 10 per ~ cent on the price tendered.

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

EIGHTEENTH ANKUAL ? CUP 'MEETING. FIRST DAY, Wednesday, Kept/ ' loth. SECOND DAY, Saturday,- Sept, 13th. sovs. sovs, 1,280 'STAKES 1,2110 Special Trains, leave , Cool gardie 12.34/1.14 & 1.45.L Luncheon' 1 p.m. First ' Race 2.5 p.m, 'LT-:&EED COMPOUND' ; . f br 'oi.ghs ar.d colds. Of proven efii-riency . 'or c^Lest complaints. ?'..-..?' l_^ ? ? ^| „,??-?.-.???- . - ?-? NEW &' SECONDHAND OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, ? ;. ' PI ANTS RECENTLY SUPPLIED TO — Bullfinch Proprietary Mine Corinthian North Mine. Edna May Mine Mt. GormaloDg Mice, Leonora Kyarra Gold Mine. ' Royal Standard Gold Mine. Great Vxtcrious 3-: me, Cra Band?, Eic-9 Etc. ' CASTOR TERMS. CORllKSPOKDSNCE INVITED. * TfiA W^Q^DliQn MsohiiiA^ ^APB^ppfiAn fill me n poll allaa Idal/iiuibij vUipolaUUUy LUla BOULDER. ROAD. KALGOORLIE. Barbanks Storft.^, ' ' ;KBrADL18HBD 1898, ? r WeaFm^lltla' a,e?I €F-Hdace, Proprietors. (GENERAL STOREKEEPERS & DitAl'EllS) ^ LJ-..I Jm c ^ The Largest Stocks in the Distric...

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NORTH END SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

NORTH END SHOWS. ' ? ? . At the Prosperity lease t^te Lind ' say's), H. Ooon and Sons have cleaned out an old shaft above a lode that Vas stoped from 75ft. to within 35ft. of ^ tEe surface. Their idea is to break out the remainder of this stone if found payable, 'out otherwise they will sink the adjoining shaft where the last crashing was obtained from the 75ft for another 40ft. The triDute parties in this lease are now busy Taising ore for the next mn of the State battery, which is expected to commence about September .4. At the Indicator, Charley Mitchell is doing development wont, and look ing for another rich paten. There are bars here which cut off: __ the loaders/ but near these the stone is rich. It is mostly loose, friable quartz, very few solid stones being met; witn where the rich spots are found. . The- indicator was always a place of sensational patches, and a lot of' gold was won. by the old company, and by subsequent holders. On the rising ground, near the pipe track, ...

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An Ancient Regiment. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

An Ancient Regime&it. ? ».. — ?? ?? ????_ ; The Honorable. Artillery Company, which. recently held its annual ,;-a thle'tic sports and military tournament';in one of. the ;most.-. interesting ?Regiments'' in the British Army.: In the' first -place (says, an, exchange) it is the oldest regi ment ;.in. the iBritish ? Army 'and almost certainly, the* oldest regiment anywhere. While it is-imposs-ible to -trace -'-the. regiment back to its ; first beginnings ife certainly; existed in - 1087 in the reign of. William : Hv-rWillianl Rufus. : :In 1537 Henry VII granted it a royal charter of incorporation under the 'title of the guild oi- fraternity 01 »t. G-eorge. In those days the regiment existed 'for the encouragement of the Science of Artillery that is, to -wit, for Long bowes, Cro'ss-bowe's 'and Handgonnes, etc. ' ' Its aonovary colonel has 'always Ifeen the reigaing King, or ihe prince of Wale3, and with a very few other regiments it has the privilege of being allowed to --naiv...

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

LAOIt i i-iiOs., ^ - 'Old Established. JBntcliers, * UAYLErSTKE'-lT. BEST i,':I l F AMD R1 UT : ON IN ' TOWN. ' ~ TELEFHO. V. 2:-. ? -___ ? ' . ? L_ ? ^ ? ^-^-f^ 4. ;§ \ | j Coolgardie iVIejit.-Sirolov. I ^^^J ' _ ? - ' 'Jl;ENASJAN'& THEVETT. Only the Primes! Staked. * , Give us a TiLl. \ ' ' 'JV.cpliosse, 8. ' ? Peter Roberts, F°r d.ury.produce. ?? ISTpw Laid Egqs. IWi C.iter, o(o, . K;.o:yhiing of the Piimpst Qaality. CUSTOM Efts? \VAllKi; ON DAILY WT 'p J{ * u \ rn»-J n c»' '.Ve silbekt &- sharp). , - - - Fru I tires'. ! We Only Stock Ti'xn.ti Gn.jfc. --To IJiibVsh. C r-;:(ry OnlorL Promptly Atteu-Jed to. i I'cci :1 1'i'iluclion Tin- Qi.ini.i. y. 'Phoks: 91. ~ ?AL-HAMBRA.CAFE.' ' ' j Barrack Street, P&rtite. M ds P^DKG, Proprietor. \ . . ? _ i / Koov. :i !',,.,n Poil lio'dl-i:: i L-- the TWiswin'. - '? ' The Aliiambra Umlergro :.;-i H-.'rs an- tiic Coolest* ayd' Most Comfortable Resort. All JBcers on Tar. Ess; Ci..i'rs for Visit 'vs. A icsck's 'Biiliard 'T...

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

LIVENING- UP. A meeting of the Leonora and 'Dis- trict Prospectors' Association, conven ed by Mr. W C. jiudd/ will be held at tne Council Chambers, jje.bnora, this ?evening There are many inattars of vital interest to the mining industry in the district which need attention, and whieli will get it, if those who have the welfare of it a't heart will attend to furnish information, and thus make the association a vigorous and useful institution, a. geological survey of the district, which will soon be undertaken, can be made very use ful indeed if only 'taken full advantage of.

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ADVANCE AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

AD VA XO§ AUSTRALIA. The following interesung' statement appeared in the 'Australian Mining Standard' over 15 years ago: — ? 'Wostralia :s splendidly maintaining i,ts ? phenomenal advance i]i thi& matter'. has broken its; own record, though there was an apparent check' in Dec, 0 which gave -November the lead of BUO ?? odd ounces, because 13,000 odd ounces arrived in Perth by escort from Ger aldton too late for inclusion in the re-' turn. But ttjie figures for January have very liberally -accommodated all differences, since the export record ; has jumped to 93,39oozs., or over , , . 18,000 ahead of any former- monthly yiiejld, and the general output is claim- ? ed by the Premier, Sir John Forrest, to be not less than 97,000 ozs. for the month. Jn the face of this, who shall gay that Ms forecast of an output of a, million ounces for the current year is not justified', in. which caste the un precedented i-.ato of advance will be represented by the following figures of - ' produ...

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WATER BUN TO WASTE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

WATER RUN TO WASTE. It is a singular thing that whilst the Water Supp iy L'lepartment is charging mine owners for the salt water pump ed from their workings, it they make 'any use of it, thousands' o± gallons of water is being run to waste from the Ciolcrardie reservoir. On Tuesday, while the representative vs. this paper wais inspecting a number of shows near the pipe track, his attention was called 'to a big flow of water down, one of the I gullies. It was a rushing crook, and, I if stockied, .vo'ild make a stout stream. I The rate of now must have been some I thousands of gallons per hour, and, with the exception of a few hundred ''gallons that prospectors had stored in tanks, the whole of the sparkling water went away to waste. This water, we are informed, runs for the better part of a day every month, so that the waste is considerable. In such a country it is criminal. Had any one told the men who were blazing the ' track, in the early mineties that a rivu let of freshwater wou...

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Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

'Parliament.' / The session of the Federal' Sarlia- ment, .which meets to-day, threatens to be, unusually unsatisfactory. - With- a liberal Speaker in. the Chair, the Lib-. ' -; ? * ? ? - « i garal Government lias 'no majority. Ps?&a©i3 are equally divided, and as i£-9 -'Labor''. Opposition is much more firmly w.eldcd together tnan are the :suppcpters -of the Go ver ninient, {'and much mor-e, assiduous in attendance, it seems clear that tlie , Goyarnment will be iinable -' ito pas(s any oistinetively Liberal measures, and ''that it will be ? in continual danger of teang ousted, : through' absence of disaffection on the ;part of any one 'of its present sup ?pprters. ' On the other hand, even if tlie otliiai1 side' y- we're ? to come in, it ;would be ;;ov-pn' more poweriess, unless it could'-fintl among ife- opponents some gentleman willing 16 play the part which, has been . cioied ?by/Mr. hvillis in the State Assembly. 'The rpbsition, therefore, is one = of -a virtual ;deadlo...

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An "African Tough." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

An 'African Tough.' ' ' 9 Sometimes the South Africa3is com plain of thia Australian 'toughs' who remained to plague them after the Boer war -was ended. But sometimes the boot is on the othei kg. One, , Lawrence, for instance, who has jut-t been sentenced- to 14 years' penal ser vitude for lobbery with violence; to five years for breaking and entering, and to ten years for another olt'ence, hails from South Africa, and to'id the ?Judge that his friends tire well-to-cio theTe. His companion in these crimes, Geoffrey Roy Cdx, only got two years. He is 16 years of age, nut looks much olciier. He, under tlie instigation of Lawrence -(so he says) robbed his father's house of valuable M'Tvc-jlery and sold it . Lawrence, on the 'ether hand, declares that he was K-d into it by Cox, and that it was the latter rLo really fired the shot Av-nich curried with it so heavy a pen i It/. Lcjigait, the man wounded, , sTid i»: ivas ihe taller of the two who 'fiivd, but as tliere is only half an ai^ii ...

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PLAIN AND FANCY D ESS BALL. FIRE BRIGADE'S NIGHT FOR CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

? ? ?'? ' ? 1 PLAIN AND FANCY D ;ESS BALL. 1 FIRE BRIGADE'S JNIGHT FOR ? CHILDREN. Evf-n- greater success than usual attended the plain and f,mcy dress ball for chPdren, followed by a dance for ifdultF, which the lire brigade conducted in the Town Hall on Wed nrpday evening. This annual affair^ is eagerly - looked forward to by parents and children, and, on Wed nesday evening, the spectacular dis play excelled that of any previous year. For a considerable time the children had been through a course of day. training at the Tows Hall, and the' excellent resivt was marked during the progress of the 'Grand -Mai oh/' led by ' Grorge V.' fF. Owens) and ' Queen Mary' (Miss A. Bruton). The little ones formed twos, threes, 'and fours, circled, and serpentined in a manner that did great credit to their instructors, and tbeiy efforts called forth loud ap plause. Those who assisted in the training and. marching .were,' Mr. and Mrs. Crannage, Misses Hesse (2), Outridge, Luke, and Pincott, and gr...

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Two Extremes. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

Two Extremes, .me Premier 7b position may, perhaps, ;be justified, on the grounds that it idoes not satisfy ,'th|3 ' extremists on either side. The thoroughgoing vac einationists declare that there should not be any loophole for exemption in ^this case, any mona than thorp, is in Mie'laws against theft jov murder. The jvery fact, indeed, that it is judged inecessary to provide for exemptions, ?^ciems to provo, very conclusively, that it is not a matter in which 'any com pulsion should be attempted. On the ^otfier hand, the extreme antivaceina :tionists' -point to the number of deaths i-ecordted by the British' Registrar-Gen- eral as having been caused by 'Cow- pox and Other Effects of Vaccination.,' - Tbey say that, in these cases, vaccina tion was obviously equivalent to man slaughter. From this the, transition is ;eajssjr to the assertion. tEal 'compulsory vaccination7' Avill mean 'compulsory manslaughter77 to a ,O4y x&rge number .pf 'those subjected to it. They point pub,...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

ITEMS OF INTEREST. ' Sale of. Booths. — The sale of privi leges in connection with the ^Cool gardie races will be hold at the club's ?' offices, at Hunt-street, on Mon-iay at 4.30 p.m., this hour- having been fix-'d for the convenience of1 Kal gootlie visitors. Mr W. T. Eddy will Iconducfc the r:i1 \ and spirited bMding is expected. ' ? ' -. Injured 'Offipia',— Mr A. Craw ley (Joe), who -was recently injure.! iu a football' rua'eb wh;V playing !'.or the Fire Brigade, has spent' so mo time under treatment, and has been- in- Kalgoiilio for &)m-* days. He waS: in Coo]^a:i'.lie ytjali i\lay, but returned to Kal^jio-l1.-^ to sh- -x.-imineM ia the pubaj hospital u-i«lcr che X-rays. It - « is supposed thub he sustained, an injury to his kidneys, as well as a strain. All friends trust tlnfc our ? '. , State Savings _ Bank official and - - 'assistant mining registrar will soon be all right again. Death of- an/' Old Colonist.— On- Angust 14 there passed away Jane Crawford Miils, the b...

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Dr.Millard. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

Dr. -Millard. ^ The -distinction between vaccination in itself /and its enforcement by penal enactment, is well observed by Dr Eilliek Milhrd, the Medical 'Offi'-er of Health (of ? Ithe large manuf act Jring cwy- or Leicester. Though no fa no firm-believer in the virtue of vaceina-' tion,hte has found it impossible 1o per 8ua.de:,the people to submit to ir. Dur-' ing -the last 30 years, .only about 32 per cent, of the children- born- m Lei ? cester .have bten vaccinated. ' Yot lie has: been able, by sanitation,- and1 isola tion, : to bring the -city- through some very formidable outbreaks oi'mn'Ulpox without even -so much asVclosuig a sohbol. What a contrast to the panic confusion, and loss of timiei and .moncv which: have .been experienced in' Syd ^ney -during the last few weeks. Had ;the?e been a Dr. Millard in the place of Dr; Cumpston, would there have been Janyof the disgraceful sc&nes, or of thecommiiant interruption to business which have marred our history? But this ...

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