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MINING. A DILATORY DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

MINING. ADILATOEY DEPARTMENT. Just three months have elapsed since the Minister ior Jiiues was in -Jooi- gardie and received me resolutions of tJie lieaseuolders and Frosjjeciors-' As soeiation, and, altnougn tne .Depart mental wneeis move siu wiy, tne jjudjuc { now loolis ior a reply irojii i\ir. Ooiiier. i±e promised to saua tnat I'tipiy aioxL^ as soon us possible, ana tnat uas titvn the last oi it so lar. bomeone u»auo the assertion the otner uay tnat ivir.' (Gregory toolc three months m replying to Uooigaroie requests. Ine ass^ition was promptly uunied, but tnat is De side tne question. Hiven one laait cannot be urged as an txcusb ior an other, and tne neeus oi the mining in dustry, upon, \viueh tne fataie dtoponud, are so ui'^'ni tnac aespaich in uuanng with ail matters aiiecting us lnniieoob is essential, i^articuiariy doos mis apply to matters concerning tae tita^u battery charges, jrenamg tne jvunis ter's decision in this connection, sev eral prospectors and ieasenoldefs are...

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Yilgarn Mining. SOUTH YILGARN. THE MOUNTAIN PRINCE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

Yilgarn-- M.tiiiiiga ?Spy™..Y|L^ARI^.;' '-:;V THE MOtfNTAIiNr 'PRINCE. Whilst the Mountain Queen rwr*s be^ isig developed, the owners of the Moun^ taiii Prince, which adjoins the Q-ieen oii 'the north, did quite a lot of ex ploratory work, but did not locate anything that was good enough to cart to a -battery. In one shaft which is well to-'the east of the lode which the Mountain Queen are working, a cross cut was put out east and disclosed a fair make of stone. From this cross cut, a long level was driven south, but values were too poor to warrant mill ing .at a publie battery, and for a long time the lease was left idle. Mr. D. Edgar reecntly started fossicking about- in the old crosscut and found, that the true width of the reef had not been ascertained, /'and that the level had not- been along the strike of tho main ore body at all. He then promptly set to work and has now ex posed1 fully 14ft. of ore to the north of the crosscut. ? He treated 60 tons as a trial and recovered 21...

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YILGARN GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

YILGARN GOLDFIELD. The outlook of mining on the Yil garn goldfield was never brighter than it is at present, and it is (expccted that the output for 1913 will bo a, record for ? this field. Mining operations ox tend over a far greater area, than pre-^ viously, and at most of the centres very encouraging, results ar.c being ob tained. f At Marda, which is situated about 100 miles north of Southern- Cross, ? some very rich ore htisjoeen mined and treated. The Great Unknown, Butcher Bird, and Allen's Find,are. developing well, and have, every appearance, of being t consistent producers of high, grade, ore for a considerable time. A. parcel of 23 tons treated from the Standard mine is reported to have returned 214ozs., or an average of, 9ozs. Gdw,ts., per. ton. There are seveyal othpi; shows, at this ..ce-D.tre\tha.t. offer excellent, p.r.osvjec.ts of !developing into,, profitable mines, At present the principal disadvantages, to the development of. these shows. is the scarcity of water...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

OHC^RL-ES^Br MOOR . '. ? . Fire, Accident and Lifr A^iu^oes Effected Quotations giyPn f0P all ,,laS=e?) of ^\n, w.hiaPrjm ? . . ' ; Addra^^Wea- Anstrtli-m Bi.ik Chamber*. C.oIirnHi, U« Macpherson, . Dairy Produce Merchant, Commission and Indent Agent WOODWAKD- STBEKT '' ? Local agent for James Gillespie, Ltd, Millers,' Northern, Robnr Tea Co Ol 4 , _ -^don and LivPrpo-l and Giob ? Insurance Co ' Stocks of Butter, Bacon, and Ghqpse Sugar and Kem^ne always on 1m, d ; XllOii f -n I k sIppf — ? -AND— r-r ,. Union (Sold Tou Ale. ' Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfi&lds. Brew d tv.d It -*t!e«l by ' ? TV Union Brewery » , Kalgooriie i / 1 ^^Jl'^VrtV » S f%Tt(fc& I ^annarJ Street All Old Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie Friends Welcomed Only Best Brands Stocked. Miss E. Brien - - Proprietress ', !.' J^TJSTJEU^LJLA. HOTEL Opposite Post Office. Catto's Special Balk Whisky. SplendW Accommodation. - bllharcl ^oom and attention. Best on the Fields. 4. Popular House with Visitors. R.fl...

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THE PEACEMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

THE PEACEMAKEE.; Village Grocer: ''What are you. run ning, for, sonny?' -? . .; Boy: 'I'm trying to keep two fellers from fighting.' Grocer: 'Whoare the two fellows ' ' Boy:.' i' Bill Perkins and me.' i The Slippery Gimlet mine at Ora . Banda has milled 27,845 tons'' to date for an average -recovery ..by amalgaraar. ', tion of 27/6. per ton, and the sands .Carry 44/ per ton... The State mining. ^ engineer estimates that there is £64,000 ^profit in sight in the ore' that has been 'exposed* ? The value of granite as a building material is i TO tc 25 times as great as .that : of. 'brick. After gsanite comes limestone,' 6late. and sandstone.

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KOOKYNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

KOOXYNIE. The Lubra Queen has had a number - of difficulties t© contend with, ehicfly ''on account of the decomposed nature of - the country rock on the hanging wall, and the heavy flow of water. The main underlay shaft has been sunk to about 200f t.j securely timbered, .irid „ divided into a three compartment shaff. A level has been driven at the bottom ' about 15.0ft. southwards,' but the values are understood to be not up to expectations. Tho shoot of good stone mined in the upper level was known to be- pitching southwards, so it is probably'- stil ; -'further ahead. During the year a. five-head battery, with rock-breaker and feedex*, vras erected. The Altona has been again taken up, and equipped with a winding plai't, and with head frame and bin. The owners are now prospecting at water level, and the prospects appear f avoid- able. The Altona South is being worked by tributers, who have raised several parcels of high grade stone during the year, the last crushing of 82 tons yiel...

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Croquet Notes. By First Hoop. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

Croquet Notes. ?By First Hoop, ^: ? ' ? ? ? ??- ' ? / ^*'' The croquet lawn is uidijnbledly ' one of the beaur.y spots thai iiiake the ' town more endurable to the ladies. The committee this year is a partic ularly live one and too ranch praise cannot be given the encrgncic' joint *? secretaries, the' Misses MeEvcv The club is at present running- fort nightly 15 minute tournaments, the fifth of which eventuated last Wednes day evening when trophies donated by Mrs J. C, McKay were competed for Fourteen competitors' entered the ' '? lists and the trophies were eventually carried off by Mrs Beunett-Jones aud Miss Scott; Airs' Cawthray and Miss Barker, the mnnpiva.nn ^^u: ? bold bid for first place. After rtifreshmpnts had been par taken of the Mayoress in ahpmorous speech presented the winners with ** tlieir trophies. p The B grade test matches are now ' in xnll swing and speculation is rife as to who is going td carry off 'this cham pionship with the trophies presented ? } by Mrs Benn...

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VICTORIA'S AGENT GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

VICTORIA'S AGBNT-GENBRAL, Sir John ' Taverner, the re'tiring Agent-General f 01 Victoria, has, states a cable message from., London,, been created a Knight Commander, of :the Order of St. Michael and St. George. Sir John, thera popularly knowu as 'Johnny' Taverner, is an erstwhile driver for Cobb and Co. in Victoria, and in the eighties proved that1 he was possessed, .of. considerable grit by rak ing on a mail and passenger coach from Kerang to Swan Hill (Vie.), a distance of 40 miles, when the driver whose duty it was to do so, funked, owing to the- dangerously .flooded state of the country at the time. 'Johnny' knew no fear, not .even did- he fe;ir the .turmoil;, qf political life. Retiring on his, laurels as a coach driver, he wielded .the ..auctioneer's hammer for spin e years. It was in the lattor ca pacity he, qualified. ^or the political arena ' by' learning ,? to talk. V ? Tie conid; make . a prospective 'bu vor-. be- lieve that, a, cow was, a bull, .or !i bull a cow, so per...

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ABDUL HAMID'S DIARY. HIS ESTIMATE OF GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

ABDUL HAMliS'S DIAKY. HIS ESTIMATE OF GERMANY. The German review 'Nord und Sud,' rjublished in its February . num- ber the {t Thoughts and Memories of Abdul Hamid. ' How and where the Berlin- magazine obtained its manu script is ^.ot stated, but the extracts given bear every appearance of au thenticity, and show the singular acu:., men 'of the ex-Sirltan. The following extracts are amongst the most ?'.har; acteristic of the somewhat; disjointed and scattered reflections of the exiled, monarch, which seem to have been written in th& form of an irregular diary from day to day or time to time. -Ho regrets that Turkey was not in eluded in the Triple Alliance. 'The Emperor William might safely have rislied this business instead of scattering his superfluous forces over the whole world and acquiring colonies from which Germany will never reap any benefit. If it ? TiacV counted iis amongst its allies the German Empire could ' have extended ' its influence up to the Persian Gulf.'- ...

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THE BULLFINCH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

THE BULLFINCH. -The best 'disliked^f' the'1 iphrase. is permissable— -mine'' on :; the ' Lbndon -marliet is the Bullfinch' Proprietary; 'but despite the unbelief ; of those who are in a position to know, the shares have not receded. It. is .true- that any one can. make a market however poor this prospects of the property, and the ;.' unbelievers, are under the impression ' that the Bullfinch market is largely artificial. This is certainly not the case, for shares have been sold on a wholesale scale for the past month, and many have conic from' tho colonies. Whether scrip is being, manufactured iv. the' colonies I know not, but this I do know, the colonies will find It diffi cult to deliver the shares they have sold. I did not intend- to write an ar ticle about tho Bullfinch this month, as I have so frecmentlv covered the ground. The' official circular published during January is of an important characte.r, and as the contents confirm my anticipations, I feel- it only right to deal w...

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GREAT LEVIATHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

; ? GREAT LEVIATHAN. The Sunbeam battery is -at- present engaged on a parcel of about 200 tons; from the Leviathan (Field and Meyer) . The material was- taken -from -the sur !face,.or....-pratcically so, there being but two or three feet- of clay- covering it, and the fact that th'e present crushing was obtained within the ??? past six ? weeks shows how easily the material can ; be mined, ? and .also how abundant is, the .gold-bearing. . ore; 'It. is antici pated' that the return, will-give an , average of about half an ounce to the ton. Should their hopes be .realised when the .clean-up is' made about Fri day; :next, the owners may- congratu late., themselves. uppn: having a - valu able surface deposit which -may prove ? the forerunner of ? greater - 'values in that portion of the; lease .at a depth. The stuff now being milled, is easy of .treatment, being in appearance not unlike. . loomy ? soilj; impregnated ? with loose, quartz showing considerable fine and. coarso gold. ,???-' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

5®ppii| ^-f oAINLhY and M|^S ^T* - , niiiiTv ^V (SUCCESSORS TO BUTCHER & UHR, T.til.), . - ;*. '??????? -Premter Butchers. Wholesale- and. Retail ( Carts Call Anywhere and Everj ^[' ' ' where.- 'Phone 82, Qoolgardie. ''OUR MOTTO— Highest, Quality, Lowest Prices, . Having lustaller] an up-to-date PefriRerating Plant. -vc arc prepared to accept for Storage any Perishable Produce, liowesf. Kates on .Application. '. ' !'? ; '? LOCAL , PEODUCTS^ ? A.SD AS . ;;.' . ? ;.' „ v ? GOOD, -AS THE BES1':'-'.. ' ' - C. VINCENT, .P. CUNNIKGHAM, . L. BRUTON, Managing Director.' Brewer.' Secretary. _ / The Conwial Unioij issuraqce Coy., LM. UNDERTAKES Fire, Employers'* Indemnity, and Live Stock Risks. - LOWEST RATES. - ' ? C. VINCENT, Sole Agent., Victoria pel - - - CooJgardie. L. BEUTON (Scqreiaryof Lion Brewery), has taken this beani if iillj appointed ' House over on his own account from the 1st February. ' i ???' : .???.'? ''. ?' '? ?.'??'?? : ?.'????.??????,?. ? . .?? ':.; ??.?/ ? The B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

- - ;X' . BLACK' BROS;,, . . ,„ Old . Established, B9t-taP»..- . . - BAYLEY STREET. ' . ' . BEST BEEF A Np MUTTON IN TOWN.r * Gee IMz ! Some*Mng,for Niptlung;! v ? ? ' , / ni JL&%3 em _ JL « JSSk-a %sJl'%iJr 'if a - ? .- , &p '**''*' ? ? '''' ? ' . '' ? '' j WIMj give away, Absolutely Free to the Winner of their FREE GUESSING C -M I' ETITION fclosiuj,' ? 28th March), a ??'_- ? brand N'ew £15 los. Singer Sewiug_ Machine. 10 very purchaser of 2s. worth' of Drapery or. Boots gets; a Guessing Ticket. Kul I particulars in our Gool ?' ^ yanliu SIkh) Windows. ' „ ' And D.on't Forget iliafc our, Prices are the CHEAPEST in COOLGAliDI^.; ? ; ?' ' ' . ? ? V J. C. BBIGGS,, , ' ? ' Tobacconist and Hairdresser, ? ' '''l'1'4 '-'cn'OLGrARDIE. Best Brands of Tobacco, Cigar? and Cigarettes, and All Smokers' Requisites ' Always On Hapd. ' Own Mixture a Specialty. Try Our '? Oceolo' Shampoo — 80 shampoos for 1b. 6d. Best on the Market.^ ? i ? ? , . ?? :';?., al&amb§a cafe. ' ? '...

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COOLGARDIE GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

COOLG-ARDIS GOLDFIELD. - ' From the annual report for 1912 of the Inspector of Mines on the Cool gardie, Dundas and Yilgarn goldiields, the following inforniatidu is selected: General. Although tho year just 'ended ffas 1 nor enaractcrise.1 by anything- of, a particularly sensational nature in the way of discovery on these fields, it was nevertheless one of steady pro gress, and judging, from the interest taken in connection with low grade mining, there seem to ho good ?pros- pects of the mining industry greatly expanding. The recent decline in the' output of gold has been arrested on some of the fields, which serves to show that a decline for a few years is nor a reliable indication that the samo Trill continue uninterruptedly to gra dual extinction, or that our gqidfieicls * have passed their zenith in the pro duction of gold. ;. It is, of course, a well-known 'f act- that every mine represents a wasting asset, that ? one day its Tesorces ? must inevitably come to an end, Init tli...

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COOLGARDIE TECHNICAL SCHOOL. AN OPPORTUNITY TO ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

COOLGARDIE XJfcSCHNICAL SCHOOL. i AN OPPORTUNITY TO ALLi The work of this school is now in full swing under the supervision of Mr. Raymond Bradshaw and a staff of able assistants. The value of continuation class work is being recognised more each iyear; in fact, in many European countries, such as Germany, continuation class work has been made compulsory. At the age of 14, when a child, as a rule, . leaves the day school, he begins his career. Then is the time to select a v definite course of education and follow . it up through life. The Coolgardie school offers equal opportunities to all, should they desire to embark on domestic, commercial or . industrial courses. To add to the interest of the , * work, arrangements have been made ducring the winter months to have oc casional short lectures on interesting ; topics. Dr. Ellis, the Eev. Dr. O 'Hur ley and the Eev. G. R. Holland have already promised to come and spend \ an evening at the school and interest the pupils in various- tr...

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Good Occurrences at Yilgarn. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

r_- J ' , '. Mr C, W. LVlarsb^ of BuUfincb, lias compiled rsome interesting, notes .on gold occurrences in the Yilgarn dis trict approaching the subject -from the basis of the origin of . gold-bearing rocjvs, in portions of which . ;gpld. is sufficiently concentrated to ;encourage : prospecting^ .usnally .known as low grade, formations.. ,: He, says :— ' We raa'Votake it . for .granted that gold . is more, or less an accessory of nearly all Volcanic or irruptive- rocks* more especi ally o£ the basic ^variety,- and that- it was. most probably present with most other metals in the first: cooling crust of (he earth.- : There' ife would remain nntii - cooling progressed to the' precipitating point of -the dense acid-laden atruot pherey-' which at- that time must have been: a very -high- temperature and pressure, containing, as it did, most of the carbonic acid since locked tip in tbe I1 limestones and other carbonates, to gether with all the chlorine, iodine, bromine, ' oxygen, 'and oth...

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APPEAL FOR EMPLOYMENT BY MAN WHO CAPTURED HOTEL MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

APPEAL FOB EMPLOYMENT BY MAN WHO CAPTURED HOTEL ?? ? ? - ? MUSDEEEE. Mr. H. C. Bedding, who- was the means o-f capturing Titus, the Horse Shoe Hotel murderer, -novr carries on ! the business of a drug storeman and newsagent in the Bristo.n. district, and 'h© has published a- pamphlet calling at tention to- the business. The footnote reads: 'The judge said at the trial the nation -owed m© a' great debt in cap -turirig Titus, whicS I ask you to re Pay. by your kind patronage.' In Mr. Bedding |s .emporium, almost anthing required may be purchased, from a loaf of rbread;,to a tia-tack, a ?halfpennyTTorth of- soda, a bundle of wood, and a farthing's worth of sweets. Inquiries into the position of Mr. Bedding revealed that when he 'was sufficiently- well ? 'to- resume work after his wounds he preseaited himself to his old employer, for whom ho acted as dispenser, only to find that his place had been filled. Then he wrote to the Home Office and to ' 'the. member for his constituency, but r...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. ? The fortnightly meeting of the Coun cil was held on Thursday evtu^-g of last week, when.' there were ? present, the Mayor (Mr. D. McPherson), Crs. Mercer, Tindal, Nisbet, Sheedy, Noo nan, Linkson, Hanley, Faahan and Cecil. The Mayor reported that he had met Mr. McDonald, who said the Council would get a special grant of £25 for etxra water. It 'was only a personal interview, and no official information had eome to hand. The Town Clerk said he had seen Mr. E, S. Williams on the subject of letting the Recreation Ground. Mr. Williarms stated thap he had not com pleted looking into t3ie matter, but, so far, was of opiaion ttiat they could not let 'the ground. [It las since ;becn ascertained that the Council has no power to let the ground. — Eid. 'Miner. '^J ? '?'; ? A letter from Mr. C. MeDowall stated he had not yet reeeh td. a reply from the Minister for Wovi. 6 regarding the removal of the Minus [Water Supply department. The Boulder Mines Bai...

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Cricket. COOLGARDIE V. UNION BREWERY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

Cricket. CGOLGAEDIE V. UNION BBEWEBY. The senior team from the Union Brewery, Kalgoorlie, came i;o vJool gardie on Sunday last and a pleasant game resulted, the., honors resting wi*b the visitors. There was little ia the way of good cricket, and the lie'iciing oi' the (Joolgardie team, with the ex ception of Moves as wicketkeeper, end Tindal in the long field, was extremely bad, and the catching was simply atrocious, chance after cnanee drop ping out of the Coolgardie men's hands, whilst in several instances the men failed to judge the'' flight of the ball. The Coolgardie captain (Percy Lan caster) certainly made one splendid single hand catch, and_ Brown and Tomassini tools a couple of long ones. There was not a great deal in the bowling on either side, but a tricky wind 'favored bowlers. Eight through the piece, Coolgardie batsmen were skying the ball, but this they put down to the wind, and there was a good deal in their excuse. On. the whole, however, it was an indifferent exhib...

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PRICE OF DRINKS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

PRICJEL vOP DRINKS. During the previous week or so, the Coolgardie licensed victuallers had been engaged upon a matter that was ad vertised in the last issue of tins ''Cool- gardie Micner' and was an increase in the price of spirits, impor ted ales, stout, -wines, liquers and areated waters. Owing to the action, of one or two licensees who are now out of action, the price of spirits and local soda -was reduced between two and three years ago from ninepence to six pence per glass. English, ale and stout' were also sixpence, and the hotel keepers considered they could not make ends meet at these prices. The negotiations that had b een going on for some time culminated, in a meeting attended by tJae whole ef the holders of full licenses, and this was held at the Australia Hotel on Friday evening of last week. The decision arrived at was unanimous, and now the Cool gardie ratea- are uniform witih those prevailing fa. all goldfields tov-ms east and north from Southern Cross). That this w...

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