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Correspondence "TIMBER CONCESSION." (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

Correspondence 'TIMBER CONCESSION.'' - '? (.To the Editor.), ^ . Sir,— It has come to. my knowledge, and' is apparently - common - talk in Coolgardie, that a coterie of mine rnanagjea-s and a (broker from Kal goorlie contemplate acquiring — or at tjefmpting to acquire — a timber conces sion embracing the present State 'for ests on the S.W. of the Coolgardie goldfield, including Burbanks, Gnarl bdn© and 'Gibraltar.'. It, therefore, be hoves the, Ooolgardie residents, more particularly the Mayor and. councillors, also the Leaseholdleors' and and Pros pectors' Association, to oppose such an application tooth and nail. In these districts mentioned, where' State for estsi are ' ?existent, there are vast bodies of low grade ore which must be eoon worked, and once theaja places are de spoiled of their timber, it will be' a poor look out for the Coolgardie gold field generally. The only people who might temporarily benefit ' by such a concession would be tne few, 'pubs' for a month or two. ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Amusements KING'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

Atnusements KING'S PICTURES. Next week's programme ot King's Pictures will be a very fine one again, aud should prove a great at I traction, The subjects include a magnifioent three-reel circus drama ' The Three Artists,' by the Nordisk Company; 'Out of the Storm,' a [fine Vitagraph drama; and 'The [Portrait,' a particularly good pro duction by the Edison Company. 'There is a strong supporting pre gramme, including ' Hunters of th.9 Air' (nature study), 'The Pigtail' (comic), ' Minnie tke Widow'* .(oorr:i.)--ri ' the two '.Gazettes.' \

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INQUIRY INTO ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

INQUIRY JNTO ACOIiJENJS. When an inspector of Mimes is not at once availaole to examine th© scene of an accient, it is provided by Section 27 of the Minos .Regulation Act, 1906, __ that the Warden or Mining Registrar may appoint a person to do so, and it has been rather usual for j-ersons of good repute in charge of mines to bs selected for this duty. In a case at Mee'katharra, however, exception was taken by the local branch of the 'A.W.A. to the appointment of a min ing manager go inspect the scene of an accident in a mine not far from his own, notwithstanding that ne was a. Justice of the Peace and thiei Acting ^Coroner who would hold the inquest, on the ground that he might tie biassed, - consciously or unconsciously, in favor q'.'xji other manager who was Ms neigh f A-T° remove any possible objection on- 'this score the Hon. tne Minister for Mines thereupon directed that in structions should be sent to Wardens .and Eegistrars that in making such ap pointments Mining managers we...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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CONTINUATION CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

CONTINUATION CLASSES. The social whicli was held- at the Parish Hall in connection with the Technical School, on Friday evening J of last week, should have lesults of a j more valuable character than the mere { fact that a . pleasant time was spent. I The main objective of the ..evening was I i to invoke the interest of tl*e parents, ? and that was done. There was a large I attendance, and a great deal of in | terest was -evinced in the movement !' quite apart from the fact that all pre, sent enjoyed themselves, it is intend ed' to hold several more such evenings, and these should have a beneficial effect J ~'} Coolgardie Leader ] .upon the attendances when once tfre parents realise the value of the con tinuation classes held at the Technical School, and their interest has been aroused they will more keenly appre ciate the advantages that await their I children. The school did require some I such stimulus, and now that the parents | are being induced to take an interest | in its wel...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

Thanks Captain Mills and family thank Dr   Ellis, Mrs Roberts, Mrs Burrows, and others for their great kindness to   them in their sad bereavement; also       to all the kind friends for their let- ters and telegrams of sympathy. IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of our beloved mother, who died at Coolgardie, 23rd August, 1908.     Inserted by her sorrowing dau- ghters and sons-in-law S. and A.   Coleman and R. and C. Martin.  

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The Corinthian North ONE OF YILGRAN'S BIGGEST MINES, [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

The Corinthian North NE OF YILGARN'S BIGGEST MINES. (By A. M. McINTYRE.) Though the Corinthian North mine   had not the luck to produce any phen-   ominally rich ore at its inception, and consequently missed an advertisement such as fell to the lot of the Bullfinch, it must be regarded as one of the greatest of Yilgarn's mines; not one of   those from which we may expect to hear reports of exceptionally rich de- velopments, for it is what may be termed a huge even grade proposition   which can and will be worked as a big profitable industrial concern, ra- ther than a specultive venture. In   deed, as the Corinthian North stands to-day, it mv be pointed to as a big mining property which has bee so extensively developed and so thor- , oughly tested that it almost stands alone in the State as an industrial min- ing undertaking, having as its objec-, tive, the winning of so. many shillings ' worth of gold from an ascertain...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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CONNUBIAL BLISS (?) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 23 August 1913

CONNUBIAL BLISS (?) Having never tried himself in the matrimonial market, the writer has his own confused opinions of the industry. Glancing through one of the daily   papers during the week the following headings appearing on one page, and dealing with the fluctuations of mar- ried life were encountered: '"Disap-   pearance of Husband" (telling how Frances Rae exposed the callousness of John Rae, who, after 23 years resi- dence with his wife quietly folded his tent, and made a moonlight exit. She hadn't seen him since, and didn't want   to, as he had threatened "to do for her"). ''Deserted Wife's Story" (de- tailing the weak spots of Thomas O'Brien, who came home one night, packed his bag, and casually strolled off, telling his better half to mind her own business when she inquired   whither he was bound). " Victim of the Drink Habit"(showing how     John Oscar Peterson asked for the un- hitching of the n...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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FEMALE PARISH CLERKS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913

Female parish ctMiks./ ; AHhoiigh, inEngiancl. the custoni of haV~: ibg loyely_\vQman;tb .6.ffi.ciat-'e'-!n ;th is . capacitj. Ib not general ,'there are isplatedinstances . ;61 it even now, -and at one; time lady parisb slerks wore often met with;/.; p/ ^ - A ? ;i la the porish: register 'of Totteridge ap posrs tlia followirig : ;'???.? ??/;,-:::/ ; '1802, March ^--Burled,, Elizahetblving^ widow, for forty-six year?-; ; clerk % of/' tliij;; f-aiish, in tho ninety-first year of her age?' '.?''.. In 1&23, a female acted as clerk to. tha parish ; of Sudbrookei ; l;ini)pinsliire,:.vand ' Ruotke-v at Ickburgh, in the County of Nor ??.;? tolk, tholatter being in otUce there in' lS5Sf Mary Mounford; was ' clerk at Misterton,* Somersatshire. ;,;': '^'' / /' '?'? '' . - ''': '??'?' i:-} The famous MacJamo D'Ai^jlay writea1 in fter diary : ' There was at Oullomptoh only 6, poor wretched :-raggecl w6mah,/a iexa&h ilevk, to show us: this- churcli S1*' jaya 8 ;-aan for doing the...

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THE THREE-MILE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913

THE THREE-MILE: At tiie Three-mile a very promising lode has. been discovered by W. Mills and Arthur Paul trending through ihe alluvial workings in a northerly and southerly direction. Sufficient work has not yet bsen done to justify a definite opinion as to the value of the iind, but the owners have cer tainly a property which may turn out a consistent gold producer. The lode has been opened up for about 20rt in length, the cut being fully 1 0 1 i- wide (with no walls yet) and 8ft deep. The prospectors are con vinced they have an 8dwt proposition at the present lime, with always the chance oi better values being ob tained as the lode becomes more defined in settled country. Mr. Mills is an old Cool-arwi'1- prospector, but Mr. Paul, although ho has done a fair share of ' battling' in the Oool^ardie district, is, perhaps, move widely known on the Mount Mar garet goldfield, and his many friends in that out-back part will, no doubt, be pleased to hear of his success.

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THE BENJAMIN GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913

THE BENJAMIN GEOEGE. Messrs. Hansen's show, about three { and a half miles from Coolgardie. cm- j braces portion of what was once the j Sew Australasia lease. The present | owners are still going down on rich j stone, but this lode appears to be quite | apart from the old company's lode. A } fifteen years' old report on the New | Australasia and the stoppage of the plant gives the following: — 'It was. reported last week that the mill of die - New Australasian, one of the regular gold producers of the Goolgardie dis trict, had been, shut down owing to the supply of ore being exhausted. { Upon inquiry it was ascertained that ? ihe statement vvas partly correct. It appears that all the crusning 1.^.:... aoove the, 140ft. level has Deen ?.. j:.l^ out, and Uiat Lieiow developments aio noc as' yet of a nature to peiu.i. -,_ the continua.ace of milling. The truti; is' that the. (nimei vyas provided' with a crushing plant long before ip.& worii ing's jus tilled, such a course. As a...

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MINING NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913

MINiNQ KEWS AND NOi'SS. % '*?' Mr. J. P. Martin lias iiu\v pegged the old Brilliant lease situated between . tlie Lady Loch and the railway. In 1 the past this mine gave good returns, ] but has not been worked below water lev-el. The lode is on the -small size. dug ii Jiaacuea -caiMjiuiiy win jjiuvc payable. Two other mining men, are ''associated \-dtli Mr. . Martin in' this venture, aad the lirst work will be to instal a pump. v The ^'.aie i«auer.- will resume. T-peratioua o.i .Moauuy next, aud v\ ili crush, unuci- tue reduced. Lerins that were announced some time ago, aud equai fo an ail-round reaucuou .01 2t. 6d. per ton, witu a cuirespuiiaiug concession on 'Lime' crushiugs. a big parcei of Zv'O tons la cbmiugiu s lrom the Cbeapdiuc-, the ivaig ] Solumon owners wili have about 200 tons, Haufceu abuut 150 ton--, and about 100 tons will come in from the Camei Paddo'cii. 'j. Lie.iie\v niiiua ^er (Mr. A. Case) cau &ee about six months' ru'ii abuuci oi; huu, aud Liia.t means, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913

T? 4 «^1 ~ ^:fck ^r- 1^ Ti;i \\ If -^M^M- ^^^^ .';.??? &., 'f ? & ^p- M ^.^L i-i Bl ^S HAVING A - :..'.'.- ^ SPECIAL SALE OF JW!L!.5NERY AND DRESSES ' ? . ' ? ^ ' - ' Suitable iV the Kalgoorlie Races, av-} ?.-;']: '.-ivo u op.'cial-±5argaic Display of : ? ? 'JUST THE THING'- .'?' _ ;. for the Coo'^ar^io ''oeii- g ? ' -^€ :? . - ' ^ ? & r * Millinery and Frocks wi?l again be Specialities.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913

T©*dav'v -\ HasaEffiBss MamcSIcap m To'dav . - ^ ' FIRST RACE STARTS AT 1 p.m. Wednesday, 'September 3, KALGOORLIE CUP. Saturday, September 6 A Special Train will have Coolgardie for Kalgoorlie each race day at 10.50 a.m., returning . at 5.59 p.m., and Kalgoorlie 6.15 p.m. ? - ?'?.?? - . ? ? . M. H, WALSH, Seoretary

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913

:\i/.LmsBE^?;,Gp3^lo^^^-?..?.:?oi??';4Q/ years ' / proven/ '^ effi,ciency ''{or, \ coughs,' cpids?'i5r(W}lir£is,i etc;' ' ' . !^' V ?: ^ ?' ;_ ??_'_.'. ; r

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913

i 'LINSEED COMPOUND'- for' coughs and colds. Loosens ghlegm, al- j lays ? irritation. ? j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913

?'LINSEED -COMPOUND' Trade ifai-k of Kay's Compound EssDnae of fji^seed for coughs and eol'ds./

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913

ITEMS OF INTEREST. . Elst5tric Light Worts— The .Elec tric Supply' Omiipany .of Victoria, ' Ltd., \6 making- another effiu-fc to sell its Coolgardie works to the munici pality, and a letter on the subj ;ct was read at tbis week's meeting of the council^ Mr. J. T. Pringle, attorney and manager, writing from ^ Ballarai, said ht\ ^wtis surprised to: learn that the council regarded- the price (£5000) as too Ijigh, and ha suggested that his company might finance a loan for the municipality . fco cover - he .amount; of- purchase money. The lej ter was si mp!y re ceiveii, couucillors seal ing that was '.-' all they could do with if ? r : : Removal of Workshops.— Mr. .G. McDowall, M Xi. -.K:l --_W. writteiv - to. ' the coiiucil to the ejfecfc^hafc he has taken off ; his coat an- I is wresi lirig : with the cal! ons Mini?t'iv f or Works to obtain pu-ti'uiars v-s to the cost and gain involved in tne depart mental humping per c.unei of the workshops and stores to Knlgoorlie. Mac. asys it is a ...

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POSTAL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913

'rPOSTAI..HIM'FSa/VNv^ ? Within the GommonwealtJi '&i- /Alb: ; taliar:— -' : -.'? ? .? .. - ; ;'--:..: ?/;??( v' Letter Cards — Single, one penny- eacli. Reply.— One penny each; : half [ /; : ; .' ' .? 'cst ? Cards.— Single, one : penny' ea-;£ , Reply-^-one penny each, half. ^Newspapers;— as at present. - . Australian rNewspapei-s.— One ;haii penny foii'i every ten .ounces or jpaft -of. ten ounces (each -newspaper).. . ;. Printed/papers /(as preseri'bed^.-rTOafc balf peiiny per. two ouuees /or: part pi two ounces. -. -\-'_ '; / : ; / . ,.i:.l;:- .???''?). '.f^'--- To Oversea Dominions, ali/.BritiSi; Colonies and Protectorates '(excepting New Hebrides) ;-^' ? .*;.: //;/; ;;i Letters.— rOne penny per. half bounce All articles' sent by post that are valuable or that 'may require to be tiaded. should be registered. . .-? For short messages;' or trade orderK; use post cards; you will find them'con: ' venient and- cti-iap. ! : /i; Lat« Fee on Letters.— Within . th.C Commonwealth^ ...

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