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KENNYVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

.. --KBNNyVII.ljE. Thisr.Rcntvo is situatod six iniles souj-h to- Souvliern. Crofcs, and the ' i;ar ? 'ge^t -,'__: oilsu-cri. dnriug 1912 was the Great Leviathan,1 which milled 513 ions for- 559.23 fine ozs. The Trafalgar came second on the list last year wilh a yield oE 153.4L fine ozs from ^57 tons, and. Ui-3 Cornishman third with ^99.92 fine ozs. from ^89 tons. These 'thrco leases 71 ere held under option during the late Bullfiueh. ,b'oom,' -but' were each turned .down,, the chief rea son being rhat thoy did not happen -to- be near the Bullfinch. -The owners of the Cornish niiin havt put a shaft down below water level/ rand contemplate erecting a mill in the ne-ar future. ,The total_ toniiage from , Kenny ville '-'foi1 1912 was 1.1 10- tons for, Slii fine xi3Z.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE BULLFINCH AND OTHER RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

THE BULLFINCH AND OTHER * RAILWAYS. The annual review of the working of the State railways is to hand, but like the 'other reviews of late years, it is more noted for fact that 11 disguises than' for those that it reveals;. As usual, the amount that has been filched from the fields per medium of the Eailway Department is wickedly con cealed, but the document shows 'chat 201,467 tons of wheat were carried during; the year, and that the revenue therefrom amounted to io - ,01 0. Now, if these figures are examined, it will be seen -that the department have re ceived an average of 8/2 per ton in freight upon the wheat that has been -carried. It is not possible to estimate the average distance that the . wheat has been carried, but it is certain that each tno of wheat has been carried an average of over 50 mile's for 8/2. Against that no protest would be jus tified if the people who are engaged in mining pursuits had not to make good any Loss that followed the carry ing! of the wheat, but...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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GREENMOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

CREGNMOUXT. Though, the' G rcciinou.it Gold Mines were idle- tlie. SunTjeam^batterj'- -has; been kept going' constantly: on public ' parrels from Kenny vjllej _feontliernr Cross, Moaut Rankin \*nd the 3 ur round-, 'ing centres, and a considerable ;unount of gold was- won from the ^nrnps of ?sands and slimes. ' .'

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

ITEMS OF INTEREST. The Municipal Swimming Baths. — The public are notified by adver tisement elsewhere that tenders are being called for the leasing of the Coolgardie baths for a period of six months. Particulars, etc., may be obtained from the town clerk. Word comes from the Nor '-West to the office of the Chief Commissioner of Police that George Quick, aged 63, a boundary rider, of Carnarvon, has gone 'out where the dead men lie.' Sub-Inspector Houlihan, who reported the death, which occurred many miles away in the solitudes, to-day, also in timated that hs did not think any inquejst was necessary. Men come and g]o, and bones are cheap in the 'Never Never. ' '

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MARVEL LOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

MAEVEL LOCH. : Though -Xorth Yilgarn 'has* sec ared . a great rictory - over Soutln Yilgam during this J*ear7 the latter held pride of place in 1912, fbivout of' the 73,199 tons that were milled orf YUgarn during that year, no less than 56,419 tons were ? treated at -Marvel Loch, and of the 30,633 fine ozs. that were won. on the whole field, no less itlan 15,000 came from- Marve.1 Loch centre. The chief contributors were the. Mountain Queen Co. n-ith 38,756 tons for a yield of 9,5S9 iine ozs., or morp than half the total yield. 'During the -year's ope rations this company' made a profit of ; £9.324/14/2, after payment' of all workiug expenses, including* develop ment and Lou Ion expenses,. The Marvel Loch *G.M. Co. -nilled 7,3S0 tons for 2,266 fine ozs., and the Great Victoria -6,&30 tons for 913.70 fine ozs. The smaller .sIways produced 2,232 fine o/s. fiom 3,453 tons. The IVEny Queen treated the highest' grade'' paraels, jheir total for thc/year being 120 tons' for 577.65o...

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, SEPT. 20, 1913 COOLGARDIE BECOMES OF AGE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

Published Weekly SATURDAY, SEPT. 20, 1913 COOLG-ARDIE BECOMES OF AGE. 1 ? '1 _i ? On . Wednesday, the 17th of tb;s mqn-th, Coolgardie u«came q± age, after battling through periods of boom and depression, for 21 years j and to day, though it does not breathe the same breath of prosperity or recline 'neath the same mantle of cpnt&ut, and although its streets do not Buzz -with the activity and the life of .21 yeais ago, when Bayley and iPord first saw the glint of gold in its soil/ it main tains its solidarity, and. fjontains staunch hearts, who -look with bright ening eye to its future. In zh& . peiiod that went to make up. its ^probation — from time to time when bearded raen flocked its unformed streets, to \he time when fresh discoveries, painted in a richer hue, drove them further north, to the present day, its history has been a remarkable, and fascinating one. It was Coolgardie which drew men from distant lands, to throw- in their lot with the gold seekers, who we...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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PARKER'S RANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

-PARKEB'S EANG'e; During 19J2 mining- was 011 the quiet side at Parker's TCange. Though an Adelaide Co. did ' a 'lot vtr work' on Ziegler/s Find,' the results were not ?satisfactoiy. Altogether 2,473 ~ 1 onsv were treated for 927 fine -ozfe. Of this the Spring Hill group treated -1,S87 tons, and r,he small shows the'bal-uice. This year the old .Range has' taken si turn for the better, 'ond tljere is tiov-t quite a- lot of activity there. * At die end of 1913 this old field will muke a 'much better showing, for Melbourne capital 'is being- expended, upon the development of two groups \Of leases, and a .large number' of ' prospectors ' holdings »ire turning out trumps.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

Public Notice. .The yearly balance of the books of the undersigned is now in hand, | and . notice is hereby given that all j amounts outstanding must be paid j by 15th September, 1913: : G. S. HARVEY, . Sa'nitory Coutracior, Coolgardie. PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE. MRS. MYERS, Silvester Street (opposite Gardens). TARIFF - 22/6 WEEK. ™ - -/ - [A Cauu.] Messrs. R., B. Andrews and E. JTindal, of Sontheiu Cross, barrister and solicitor, are Opening a Branch Office in the W.A. Bank Buildings, Bayley-street, Coolgardie, PUBLIC WORKS. CONTRACT. TENDERS for North Kalgooiiie School aad Quarters — Gravelling and Renovatiens will be received by the Hon. the Minister for Works until noon September 23. , (Particulars P.W.D. Office, Kal goorlie; and Court Houses, Boulder ' and Coolgardie). ' .. J a a. MUNT-, :; ;?? Uunder Secretary for Public Works. Municipality of * Coolgardie. TENDERS are invited, returnable not later than 4 p.m. on Thursday, 25th September, 1913, for the leasing of- the Coolgardie ...

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HOPE'S HILL [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

? 'HOPE'S HILL. -? Last year a battery wag '.started at this long-abaadoned centre, and in ad-- ditioa to .-eveial large parcels from Corinth, Bullfinch and Golden Valley, 1,149 'tons; were milled from the imme diate vicinity for a- return of 1,160 f-:\ ounces. Of this 663 tons came from (.lie Phoenix', which is identical 'with the 'old ^Hope's Hill leases, and returned 267.69. ?fine, ozs, there Deng as much rrtore ^old in 'the mill .residues. Tue Parisian was next hes-t with 191 tons for 207.57 fine 'ozs.

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SOUTHERN CROSS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

SOUTHERN CROSS1 - The Jeaseuolders, business jieoplo and , r Government vire spendiug^*£lO,OOO upon diamond Trilling the Frastr's 'gro.ipof leases, and insults -to date have hem satisfactoiy. TJiexe id ^a . probability that, London capitalists a-m11 exiiend £20,000i and 'sink- .a mam shaft to 1,000ft.,. and. driving on these monster, ore bodies at depth. v- . r. ? * The Jf addon Consolidated' has been a, steady producer during the past twD years, and to «Uie end of 1912 500 tons ihad been produced' for a mill yield of 223.26 ' iine ozs, there being Shou as much more gold in the residues. Some good patches have been ob tained~ from the old ilatt'a 'Reward, and a rich leader * has --been found to the east' of the Fraser's reefs. ' The Queen Ann lias been a. consistent producer, and the .owners are well pleased with results and present pros pects. A ten-head mill is in eoiirse of erec tion on the Maori Lvass,'and this yro perfcy, should- reach the.pioduciny 'etage before- the tnd of th...

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VARIOUS GENTRES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

- VARMrS GENTJ8ES. u A; few ,wogls. about .the y&rioYis min ing centres may convey. a uecter Idea of Yilgarn -mtlook than a lot of gen eralisation. ' - - \ ?

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The Manufacturers. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

/ Ths Manufacturers. The animal meeting of the -J In tuber of Manufactures is always a. field day for its members. The -president, Mr. Prattki, congratulated' the ? meeting last night on the progress of the fac tories. He : saidx that,-last year, they turned, out poods 'to the value' of £61,000,000, employed 115,000_ hands, and paid ?- 1 1,500,000 in Avages: Tbe latter item . - hart been increased by £3,000,000 by f,ho advances which have teen recently made in wages. He even went so far ns 1o say that manufac tures were rendering the State more and more itiflcpendetit of the great pri mary industries. This has caused the critics to le«lare that this is no more sensible than it would goto say that the addition of an upper story to a building renders it more independent of its foundations. N-eediess to. say the. cry for more- duties was vigorously voiced, but the Chamber hailed with gratification the appointment of the Inter-State Tariff Commission.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

[?] Thursdays. Only . Complete Change o£ Programme Each Night. &^MUTV8ty' & Bridge, CYCLE and MOTOR AGENTS . j Bayley Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. ; TheRotorua ii [CP$[]f] IS© ^ The Rotorua Salts tOy lllLLni^J Salts ...r-.,'' Eegistered Patent 3306 Ig a saline combination containing the active laxative and curative properties of ; ? the world-famous Rotorua Springs, which area solvent of both uric and lactic add in the system Highly recommended for all derangements of the stomach .!?-?? and liver, bilious attacks, and all affections of the kidneys, In rheumstism and indigestion this natural salt— which is one of nature's great cures— should bo tried evon after other treatment has failed. ' . Price 2/6, Posted 2/9 Sole Agent — '-':* --'-,- Chemist, Bayley-street, Coolgardie ?:-'?/-:' -.K i ? .-. ^ III® So JML0jtJl©SOIlf ' R.D.S;-'fW.A. / * f m ? '-: - ?? McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. Personally visits Goolgardie eyery Sunday, Old Council Chamber...

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Out in the Cold. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

Out in the Cold. ??'''? The adoption of the 'machine' sys tern of selecting candidates before the election, and then supporting them with the fail strength of the party, i& producing some ienibarraBsing situa tions. Some of the men most eligible for' Parliamentary service iind them selves out in the cold. . Sir W. Mc Millan, for instance, was rejected in favor, of a local celebrity at'Wollon dillyy the seat vacated by ? the death, of . .the late. Mr. McCourt. The most strik ing example at prssenti is that afforded by Mr. W. 11. Wood, the deputy-, leader of the Opposition. Mr. Wood's present seat, that of Bega, has been teo materially altered by the redistribu tion, that he has abandoned it to Cap tain Millard, who rep.t-aents the r.eigh- I boring electorate of the Clyde. . Mr. .Wood was a candidate for selection I for the new constituency of Drum- I gaoyae. Bute, although he was backed j fejr qH the influence which. Mr. Wade 1 geulci legitimately brin? to bear on Ms Sshalf, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

LOCAL I^EODUCrS, - , \ MsD AS t a/ VINCENT...; P. CUNNINGHAM, ' ' I,! B'lLUTON. ' .Managing Director. .. Brower. ' Secretary. Queen Bakery' v Goolgardie. LANKA8TER BROS, and ELDRIDGE, BAKERS, Etc BKKAD AT LOVVESTRAIKS^ -Daily Ddivcry to'customew ' ?,'? ,' t ' ' / New L.ii.1 Eygs. Best Branils'oE Batter 011 Hainl. ^ ^ ? __ — . — — , ' ^^^^ i^^ ^N'LEY and (SUCCESSORS TO nUTCHEll & UHtl, Ltd.), ,. -/' Wiiolesale.and Retail, .Carts Call Anywhere and Ever j- . * \ where. 'Phone 82, Coolgardie. - . ,-'?:''. ? OUIt' MOTTO— Highest Quality, Lowest 'Prices. ' -? '' s Having Installed an up-to-date Eefrjgeratiag Plant. «b are prepared to accept for ? ''- , ' Storage any t'erishable Produce. Lowest Kates on Application. ' f lie Cofflmercial Untoij Assurance % Ltd, ' ' '~~ UNbERTAKES ? - ? - Fire, Employers' Indemnity, and Live Stock Risks. — LOWEST RATES. — . . . , ' ( ' - ? C. VINCENT, Sole Agent. - . - ? THE WBSTRAI/ HOTEL, ' * B\YLEY STREET, COOLGARDIE. Ged. Slieedy ; - - ; Propriet...

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The Norton-Griffiths Agreement. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

' The Nortou-Grxifnths ASreemoat. The Norton-Griffiths agreement i« to ftonie on For discussion in the State Parliament. . this week. T-ublic opinion concerning, it has altered since cel'tari .facts ?have been made known by tl;* temperate ;i«po:.elies,. of Mr. David Fell and others. It now transpires that the Government will be under no obliga tion to raise the funds required for the railvraH* contract through the con tracting fmr, and that i't will not do so unless' tli:. terms which it offers are ?more 'advantageous than those which can be obtained elswwhore. Outside of party- polities there rs a. growing con viction that the. method of financing now in vogue may become altogether unreliable. The difficulty experienced in borrowing in London accentuates this view. But the Opposition has .gommljsted itself go Jjrrev'peably ,|o the i ridicule of the scheme, and to uusj^ar- \ ing antagonism, that it is difficult to I conceive that it can show it any quar ter when it comes before' the...

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High Court decisions. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

High Court ^eusions., As was vxpeetid, recent industrial decisions1 of- the High Court have evoked strong criticism, not merely from well-informed laymen, but from ?members of the legal fraternity them selves. The layman remarks that, as at one time - all roads were said to lead to Rome, so 5n the- High Couii all roads lead to costly and harassing litigation. The Court has. decided that it can in tervene, net only when there is a real dispute, extending beyond the boun daries of a single State, but also when such a dispute is 'threatened, im pending,- or probable.' Is 'it possible, it is asked, to conceive of ,a more inviting opening for the- professional mischief-makers who are so much in widenee just iiow? In any such case, the Court jaay summon the parties i'rom Northern Queensland or Western Australia to .-ool their heels and v write cheques for ihcir lawyers whenever the Court .-nay have, taken ' up ! its quarters. And it -is further _ pointed out that, as if to discourage the....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

''.LINSBEB _ COMPOUND' Trade Mark-' of Kay's Compound Essence of Linseed for coughs and colds. 'LINSEED COMPOUND'* of 40 years' proven efficiency for coughs, 1 Sft^J^^WfiaL^L. ? - _dL_.

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WESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

WESTOX. Weston 15 one of the mai'y no.v dis tricts that was found - quit:; .mcufy. 'A mill was started there- at rho end .of ;191I and during .1012 lz 'ueal-'d ,4,873 tons for IjSSI^A fine '-?, in ad dition to whi'h ih? ain'.ls -r.-iniod n-,h values. Tins ys.u1 \he, u.'irpi.t iioj^. this centre is going ahead by. leaps and bounds, 'chiefly on ac-soun't, vi the Edna May Co. having' started' running their ten head nill a few months ago.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 20 September 1913

10 1 ' It is strictly pure and possesses the W' J^^J highest degree or nch tomato tiavor. wh J^ Lends savor to either hot or cold v x^ . |li| meats, fish, and game. . yS f^l Eeiffiiz American. Table Delicacies M f'^ Foods, Bailees, Kelisli©§5 Condiments. Pf |%$^| You should also try Heinz Baked Beano, |$!$§f j^|^ Tomato Soup, Sweet and Sour Gherkin If 'ft y ^ PickJes, India Relish, Tomato Chutney, O & |\-% Evaporated Horse-radish, Etc., Etc. f§Mp J i-^| All grocers, return purchase price if they fail to please. |^|| Union Bulk Beer, - ? Onion Gold .Too Hie.' ?? - Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields.' Brewed and Bottled by The Union Brewery - Kalgoor lie TEY A DREADNOUGHT OF UNION BEER. ? . No Other Kept. ' . Latest Patent Glass Washer Installed. All Best Brands of LiquorB. Bottle Department a Specialty. Everything at Kaigoorlie PriceB, Telephone 18. . J. P. MARTIN, Proprietor. JAXTSTJRAJLiXA.. HOTEL Opposite Post Office. Catto's Special Bulk Whisky. . Splendid Accommoda...

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