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COOLGARDIE, YILGARN AND DUNDAS GOLDFIELDS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
COOLGARDIE, YILGARN AND DUNDAS GOLDFIELDS. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The following is the annual report &nbsp; of the Inspector of Mines (Mr. J. &nbsp; Crabbe) on these fields:— &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; COOLGARDIE GOLDFIELD. &nbsp; &nbsp; "There has been a substantial in- &nbsp; &nbsp; crease in the gold yield in this field compared with the year 1911, which amounted to about 7,000 ounces of fine gold, and as mining at the different &nbsp; centres is looking more prosperous than at the beginning of the year it may reasonably be expected that the year 1913 will show an increase &nbsp; compared with the year under review. &nbsp; &nbsp; "At Chadwin high grade ore has been treated from the different mines; &nbsp; the veins are maintaining their size and value and have every appearance of continuing to a considerable depth. "Good results were again obtained &...
Concealing Facts. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
Concealing Facts. Some years ago the accounts of the Railway Department were so segrega- ted that those who ran could read and &nbsp; ascertain the extent to which the &nbsp; people of the goldfields were being fleeced through the Railway Depart- ment. Then, obviously in order to keep the people of the fields in ignor- ance of the extent to which the de- partment were penalising them, some- one arranged that in future the ac- counts be made less explicit, and since that fat went forth, we of the fields &nbsp; have to submit to an unfair measure of taxation without being permitted &nbsp; to know the extent to which we are being bled by one of the most impor- tant departments in the State. It was bad enough to blind us as to the methods by which we were being fleeced on wholesale lines through the &nbsp; &nbsp; iniquitous railway freights, but now it appears as though goldfields folk are not to know the extent to which they are being imp...
Workers' Homes. A CHANGE FOR CHARLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
Workers' Homes. A CHANCE FOB CHARLEY. __________ The "Southern Cross Times'' has &nbsp; the following to say rcgarding the member for Yilgarn: — A few issues back we insinuated that Charles Hudson, M.L.A., and a couple of other alleged politicians, who are spposed to represent this field, &nbsp; were not earning the salaries that they draw from the Treasury. We still re- gard the throe- to ivhcn we 111 made re- &nbsp; ference as ' «;lap trai- p:uji_itcd, who only- come l-vli1 way vrhLg they want our votes; but, though we Unovr the uttcv worth! ossnssF of iho alleg-il repre- sontativas »sf this great goldfield, we &nbsp; foci it to bo jur duty to po;nt one to them, and tt- Mr. C. Hudson in particu- &nbsp; lar, an opportunity of doing good, such &nbsp; as rarely presents itself to either a good, or bad member in parliament. In, order that the opportunity to which we l'efer yhall not be shrouded in any, obscurity, and in the hope that Cha...
GARDEN NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
GARDEN NOTES. This should be a busy time with gold- fields gardeners, and sowings of French beans should be made.The best &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; variety for the fields is Canadian &nbsp; Wonder.It gives the best results in &nbsp; well preparcd ground, but plenty of water is required. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Jerusalem artichokes do remarkably well on the fields, and now is a good &nbsp; time to plant the tubers. They are &nbsp; &nbsp; very similar to potatoes, and should &nbsp; be cultivated in the same manner. They are grown from tubers, which should be planted in the early spring, in rows &nbsp; twenty inches apart and nine inches &nbsp; between the tubers. They are ex- &nbsp; tremely hardy, and will yield enormous crops with very little attention. When ripe they should be stored in dry sand; they will not keep if exposed to the air. &...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
Coolgardie Municipal Council, &nbsp; NOTICE &nbsp; Persons desiring to secure insertion of their names in the Voters List for &nbsp; ensuing year are hereby notified that &nbsp; all Rates on all properties in respect &nbsp; of which they are liable for the rates, &nbsp; must be paid on or before the 1st day &nbsp; of September, 1913. Also, that in all cases whereany &nbsp; rates are unpaid proceeding will be taken for the recovery of same with out further notice. S. A. .Coleman, Town Clerk and Treasurer Coolgardie Races. 18th ANNUAL CUP MEETING. ____________ Written applications will be received up till noon WEDNESDAY, SEP- TEMBER 4th, for positions on Tote &nbsp; and Gate Staff. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; G. N. CLARKE, &nbsp; &nbsp; Secretary. Public Notice. The yearly balance of the books of the undersigned is now in hand, and notice is hereby given that all amo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 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. RhemiH&tisfn ffld lodigestioa TheRotorua Si [C IN] 1 i iil IJ ^ theRotorua Salts. LLUu ilLlri'y) Salts Registered Patent 3306 Ib a saline combination containing the active laxative and curative properties of the world-famous Rotorua Springs, which are a solvent of both ' uric and lactic acid in the system Highly recommended for all derangements of the stomach and liver, bilious attacks, and all affections ol the kidneys, Iarheumstism and in ligestion this natural salt — which is one of nature's great cures— should be tried even after other treatment has failed. Price 2/6, Posted 2/9 Sole Agent — : \ ' - ...'??: Chemist, Bayley-street, Cqolgardie llL So JMiSljt/ il@SOIl* R*as- -wx McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. Personally visits Coolgardie every Sunday, Old Council...
THE CYCKET'S GONG. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
THE CYCLIST'S SONG. &nbsp; Oh it's a joy to be up in the morning when the dew is yet on the &nbsp; clover, &nbsp; &nbsp; And the air is full of sweetness that makes a draught devine ; To mount one's wheel and go flying away and away— a rover, In a wide, bright world of beauty— and all that world is mine ! There's a breath of balm on the &nbsp; breezes, a scent of the wayward roses, &nbsp; A hint of the incense odours that &nbsp; blow through the hillside pines, And ever-shifting landscape, that &nbsp; &nbsp; some new, bright charm dis- closes, As I flash from nooks of shadow to plains where the sunlight shines. &nbsp; I sing in my care-free gladness ; I am kin to the wind that's blow- ing ; I am thrilled by the bliss of motion like the bird that skims the down ; Give me a wheel for a comrade, and the king may keep his crown.
AN ALLUVIAL PATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
AN ALLUVIAL PATCH, There was some talk in Coolgardie yesterday about an alluvial find on the Hannahs road, near the site of the old Coolgardie brewery. There &nbsp; were a few men but there, and a &nbsp; &nbsp; dozen had assembled early in the day. Several were getting a few &nbsp; pieces, but there was nothing sen- sational about the find. A Coolgardie Estate. — Notification is given in this issue relative to the estate ot the late F. W. H. Hoffman, of Coolgardie. Claims against the estate should be sent to the curator of intestate estates (Mr. Gervaise Clifton) by Sept. 22. &nbsp;
A TAILINGS LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
A TAILINGS LICENSE. Thomas Moore applied for a license to treat tailings on lease 4192, the old Golden Bar, which has been idle for some time. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; John M. Elliott said the applicant was his partner. He had posted the usual notice on one of the pegs, about two chains from the dump, and he had advertised the application in the "Coolgardie Miner." He had seen the regulations before making his appli- cation. The estimated tonnage of what they meant to treat was about 400 tons of slimes that had been left by others. There were about 15,000 tons of sands, all told, but they would treat the small lots of slimes amount- ing to about 400 tons that had been left by others who had been treating the tailings. The material they wished to treat was scattered all over the place, a few tons here and there, on a good part of the lease. The appli- cant wanted the license for two months. The Warden said he would recom- mend the granting of the li...
Warden's Court [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
Warden's Court In the Warden's Court, before Mr. &nbsp; P. Troy, on Monday last, J. P. Martin and Herbert Stockdill applied for gold mining leases 4455, being identical with the De Beers lease which was forfeieted for non-payment of rent. There was &nbsp; no opposition, and the Warden, recom- &nbsp; &nbsp; mended that the application be granted &nbsp; subject to survey. &nbsp; &nbsp;
SOME OCEAN NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
SOME OCEAN NEWSPAPERS. The ocean daily newspaper may be described as a bye-product of wire- less telegraphy. Prior to the arrival of Marconi in the world of science, the Transatlantic passenger was cut off from the world for six or seven days, but he can now have his news served up hot at breakfast-time &nbsp; every morning, just as if he were sipping his matutinal coffee on terra- firma. The most ambitious mari- &nbsp; time venture into the realms of daily journalism is that for which the Cunard Company are responsible. Evolving from a single sheet, which made its appearance once during the voyage, it has grown into a 32-page &nbsp; paper which contains, not only the news of the day, but also a serial story, chattyparagraphs, poems, ex- &nbsp; tracts from standard authors, des- criptive articles, items of useful in- formation, and advertisements ga- lore. It is, in fact, precisely the &nbsp; class of production to enable the idle passenger, l...
"Why the Child is Slow at School." [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
" Why the Child is Slow at School." [CONTRIBUTED ] An article entitled " Why the child is slow at school," in " The Girls' Own Paper and Woman's Magazine" for May, by Elizabeth Childe, is worthy of wide publicity. She speaks &nbsp; of the fact — a fact recognised by all sufficiently interested in the subject of education — that there is something wrong, and that considering the effort &nbsp; put forth in striving to educate children the results are on the whole disappointing, and for the reason of this she does not go to the school but to the home. " Teachers feel," she writes, " that something is wrong, and struggle on. Parents feel it, aud stand by critically watching the efforts of the teachers to accomplish the impossibe. It is the proper office of the school to teach subjects, to deal out impartially to each student his share of instruc- tion, and then to pass on to the next pupil." And here she thinks she has found out the source of much of the trouble. " The m...
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
THE WEATHER. &nbsp; The following notes on the weather for the week ending Wednesday, 20th August, have been supplied us by the Government Meteorologist : — &nbsp; The week ended yesterday, the 20th, opened with an active depression ope- rating over the sub-Tropical areas, ex- cluding the goldfields. As the system moved eastwards, the rain extended to the whole of the State, excepting the Kimberley and far south-east, moder- ate to heavy falls being registered on Thursday morning in the south-western division, and light elsewhere. The fol- lowing morning the registrations were light to heavy in coastal areas be- tween, Hamelin Pool and Esperance, and light over all the agricultural dis- tricts and the greater part of the Murchison and Coolgardie fields. By this time a new "high" was well es- tablished between Perth and Onslow, and with its advance the rain area con- tracted and diminished in intensity, only light falls being recorded on &nbsp; Sunday morning ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
Heinz Tomato Soup. A rich cream of fresh ripe tomatoes, delicately spiced and seasoned. It is made with pure sweet &nbsp; &nbsp; cream — no meat used. Heat in the tin and it is &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ready to serve. Three sizes. Other &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Heinz American Pure Foods, &nbsp; &nbsp; The World's Standard of quality. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Tomato Ketchup, Tomato Chutney, Baked &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Beans in Tomato Sauce, India Relish, Sweet &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Pickles, Dill Pickles, Spaghetti a a'Italienne, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Peanut Butter, Evaporated Horse-radish, etc. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Grocer returns purchase price if they fail to please. &...
DANGER OF PICKING SAMPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
DANGER OF PICKING SAMPLES. &nbsp; _________________ &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; A fifteen years old copy of the &nbsp; "Coolgardie Miner'' gives a good &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; idea of the danger of picking samples from the most favorable looking por- tions of a lode or reef. The report, which appeared in March, 1898, gives some historical information concern- ing the old Golden Leases, and is as follows:— &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; "Speaking at the first ordinary gen- eral meeting of the Mining Transport and General Finance Company, Ltd., held in London on December 31st, the managing director said:— 'The Golden Lease property is an amalgamation of two gold mines of 12 acres ea...
Church of England Ball [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913
Church of England Ball The following .list of prizewinners has been supplied: — . Best Set (Mrs. . Oldfield's set).— 1 ' Stars ' and Stripes : ?' ^, Mrs. Oldfield, Mrs. P. Lancaster, Mrs. tSalas, Miss Woodward; Messrs. Oldfield, McGuire (2) , and P.. Lancaster. -,... / Best Dressed Lady. — Miss Strother. Most Original Dressed Lady. — Miss Moore ('Eo&ur Tea'). ' Best Fancy Costume, (gentleman). — Mr. Handel '(?' ' Up to date ') . Best Eevoning . Set ; (Miss Taylor ?'s set). — Misses Taylor, Fry, '-Lynas, Whit field; Messrs. Pustkuchen, Shepherd, Suteliffe and Chamley. Most Original Costume (gentleman). ~-Mr. E. Tindal, Southern. Cross ('Gollywog'2.: The ball was a great success, and those who were present state it was one 'of the pleasantest events of the Season. The secretaries of such affairs, however, ' should extend the usual courtesy to the Press if they wish for full reports. ;. , - Th-r ??-rblmble- ajristencs ;-' .? '' - piaiiV.i. 'hc-ynrs'd Mvpturne: va? -.... '? ^ ou...
Problemsfor Prospectors to Ponder Over. (PLEASE CUT THEM OUT). COMPARISONS THAT NEED NO COMMENT. GOLD COMPARISON 1. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913
Problem? for Prospectors to Ponder §¥er, (PLEASE CUT THEM OUT). COMPARISONS THAT NEED NO COMMENT. (BY A. M. McINTYEE, FOE, THE 'COOLGARDIE MINER.') COMPARISON' 1. Since the inception of the public battery system, £309,840 has been *x- \ pended upon batteries and accessories. Under the Mines Development Act the sum of £35,500 (including interest) was due to the Mines Department by leaseholders, making the total exp'ended or advanced in the mining interests, £345,340. ? ' COMPARISON -2. In 1912, advances amoantiag to £9,3.74 were made by the Mines De partment under the Mines Depart ment, , and the repayments- .amounted to £3,876. Amount advanced, after de ducting repayments, £5,498. ' COMPARISON 3. - The amount of interest oatstarding under the Mines Development vu.e ?t the end of 1912 was £2/277. (Annual report, page 83.) COMPARISON i. ^ncei records k&-\e been l-«-pt the gold yield of W.A. has been 25,731.125 _fine ounces, value'd' at' *i09,298,872. (Annual report, pag« Z'65....
Kalgoorlie Races Third Day, Saturday, September 6 Koompartoo Hurdles [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913
KalgoorSie Races Third Day, Saturiay, September 6 . Koompartoo Hurdles Two miles ' fiK Boy 12 6 Ngawera 9 n s- % Lord Parthia 11 9 Joker g 9 ' L - Mosque 10 12 Ask Me 9 6 Ravel 10 2 Marrowplane 9 o . Kalgoorlie Stakes \ Seven furlongs r Swagger 9,0 Saturate . 90 Ejector N - 9 o Pilbarra 7 it ^ ,, ( Gnumballo Plate s Six furlongs ' Tom Tom 9 % Foeman ' 6 12 Lord Flavu3 9 o Diplomatist 611 ^ Full Sail # 9 o Skipton 6 10 Roserial ' 8 n ? Black Art 69^ Karrisdale 8 3 Eggshell 67 Kackee 7 2 _ ; Hampton Handicap . One and a quarter miles . % C. Secretary 9 4 Murella '7 2 -=' 1 ' ' Uorige d'Eslire 9 r West Park 6 10 f- Simple Maid 8 12 Solo Girl 69 r' Dingwall 8 7 , Lile Lass 67 t: Flavigny 8 5 Misfire . 6 7 \ Third Best .7 13' - Balmain' 6 7 i\ ' Snapeap .;?' .7 '6 ' _ h ' „ Gnumballo Pursa. L- Six furlongs' |- Veracious 9 5 Mokin© 7 s r Snnphaunce. ' g o Extortion 7 1 L Silverfoil 8 7 Brown Sherry 7 1 I ' Binate 8 4 Ayrton 7 o * [ Ridotto 8 3 Alesia 7 a \\ Mariner^ 8 3 Pasture .70 \~ * I...
The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, SEPT. 6. 1913 ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913
Published Weekly SATURDAY, SEPT. 6, 1913 ITEMS OF INTEREST. New Timber Yard.— Mr. Sands announces in this issue that he has now established himself in a capacious wood yard . adjoining the Railway Hotel opposito the municipal library, Coolgardie. He recently purchased the old established business run by Mr. Dry den, and is prepared to execute -all orders with the' greatest dispatch. . - Interesting Boxing Match. — -Re- sidents of Coolgardie, Burbanks, and other centres are evincing a keen interest in the forthcoming boxing competitiou between Jock Craig, of Merredin, and Jerry Pickup, of Bur banks, which is to take place in the Royal Hall on Coolgardie Cup night, September 13/ 'Both men are ro ported to be in the pink of coudition, and as neither can be labelled a ' quitter', a good and willing go is issued. ?Auction Sales.— Mr. ,W. T. Eddy, auctioneer, announees in this issue two auction sales, the first of which will be at the' residence of Mrs. W. Milne, King-street, on Monday ne...
COOLGARDIE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913
COOLQARDIE RACES. Next WednesJay the Coolgardie Racing Club will hold the first day's racing in connection with their annnal mr- eting, and On the follow ing Saturday the remairiki^^ents included ' in tliS club's spleiidid pro gramme will b'u decided. Tbe entries for the different events are quite as numerous, if .j,0't more so, as those of previous, ye-siv, and given good weather conditios. the racing should be ? up to anj thing ? which has yet. -taken p'ace ? on the gold fields, All the arrangements at the course are complete, and the lawn and the running track are both in beautiful order. ???.-Al.tog ther, the eighteenth annual meetiiig of the C.fct.C. pro mises to be a most successful-one.