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CARBINE [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

?.;..-0AEBINE.- We understand 'that Messrs. Craw ford and Finley have brougnt the pipe line; from Eowe's Lagoon to Carbine, a distance of five miles, which ' will now enable them to run their battery three shifts, ^and it should be a direct benefit to the aforesaid, n/no' are the pioneers of the Carbine ami district. ? Had it not been for the enterprise displayed by them, it is probable that this district would have been left Tin prospected for years to eoine, and it is gratifying to the men that they have been well 'rewarded f°r tbeir1 persever ance. By having the pipe line, it will enable many of the adjoining shows to be prospected, as well as en- , able Messrs. Crawford and Finley to j treat the large accumulated heap of ; sands and slimes which would have ' been treated Jong since had water been ' available. ! The recent crushing from this mine j gave a result of I44oz 9^dwfc from ' 350 tons of ore, chiefly from the 400ft level. . | Mr. Crawford is now cutting a nice patch of w...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HIDDE [?] NORTH EUNDYNIE [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

... . : THE HIDDEi. ^juKjivm?. '; NOETH EUNDYNIE. ' The following notesf rom the above t, mine will tead as good news to those interested in this district. They show, S&:- th;at this prolific gold^getter is still JT -enjoying a good run of rich ore. The more pleasing feature of 'this last work done isi the fact that 'the ore crushed was practically looked upon as dead work whilst sinking to another le(v'el. From the. north stope at 300f.t. .; ? level the tributers have crushed 312 tons for 241ozs. odwts. iSgia. over the plates for August, and it is anticipated that the tailings will go 5dwts., thus making an average of loz. Cyanide - . -' operations commenced last month, and ' the- clean-up will be made simultane ously with the September -rushing. The tributers are now engaged -sinking the shaft a further depth of 100ft. from 300ft. level. This vock stioald ??'??' 'be completed in about a month, and when, the drive to the winze is down, there will be a good body t'f ore to s...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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KUNANALLING. TURN OP THE TIDE LEASE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

KUNANALLING. - .' TURN OF THE TIDE LEASE. . Dwyer and Thomas have, as usual, . cleaned up another satisfactory erush ?-??;.? ing of 100 tons, which yielded 116ozs. .?over tiuej plates. This lease adjoins De Graeiei's, which is also a consistent producer of payable ore, and further south on the same line of country we find the Star of Fnemantle, owned by Mr. Pearce. who has crushed over 6000 tons for a yield of about 17dwts. per »ton. He at present is opening up a mew lense of ore which promises to reward him for the patience and energy displayed by him in opening this and the adjoining lease.

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A LADY PROSPECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

-j ... »*'*'?! A LADY PROSPECTOR. Jack Lyons, who had one of the lar gest butchering establishments in Cool gardie in the good oia a^s, and his good wife are prospecting at Mai'da* Last wpek they milled 10 tons and an ticipated about 25dwt3. per ton. The whole of this ore was hauled by the lady, who is even a better judge of a dish prospect than her h\isband. Al though Mrs. Lyons has been out with enamels for years, and often goes out into virgin buah foi weeKs at a time, she maintains those charms of modesty \ that hJer sex are so apt to lose when - brought into contact with the rough I life of pioneering. For sixteen years \ this brave vvonian did not see the sea 1 or a town of any su., uaui last year, ! and she says that she had only been in J Perth two days when she grew tired ! of the conventions of city life, and hungered for the great big bushland. Mrs. Lyons' chief 'regret is that she idid not learn to\ assay and master the cyanide process when she lived in civilised centres...

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LADY PIONEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

lady: pioneers. ..? If one wishes to see the noblest type, of womanhood, it is necessary to turn away from the split skirt and haitem skirt monstrosities who parade the streets of cities, and go away out to the bacfe 'of . beyond, where man's better half share the ' many sorrows and few joys that come the way of those who blaze the track. Writer was recently out' 43 miles, north of Jackson at a spot where the mulga and gums are severied by a belt of bulloak country, and was surprised to find a lady living in a neat bush! camp who spoks in a most cultured manner, and there u-'ad/e life comfortable for her partner. How many of the male fops of the city would have the pluck to go 150 'niles: out from the nearest town, and there try a gamble with stern nature's hidden treasures? Yet plucky womien are doing it every day on the goldfields and along the fringe of the agricultural belts. ? '

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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State Battery Crushings. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

State Battery Crushings. ?The following is a -complete list of crushings at the Coolgardie State battery^up to^Wednesday last': — P.A.*832 (L. Martin), $]\ tons for 4oz lOdwt. , Oheapside (J. Merritt), 282 tons for U3oz 15dwt. P. A. 894 (W, Atkins), 12 tons, for 6oz I4dwt. P.A. 931 (Y. Kossick), 21 tons for 7oz lldwt. Hampton Plains (A. Easfcou), 26 tons for 65oz lOdwt. Lord Boba G.M.L. (T. Evans) 141^' tons for 58oz 10'dwt. Hampton Plains (M. Bprihey), 12 tons for 7oz 12dwt. The battery is at present running on 80 tons from the King Solomon G.M.L. (Camtron and Biuce), aua 80 teas from the Lady Loch G.M.L. About 1500 tons have been booked for crushing, and it is anticipated that fully 2000 tons will be put through this run.

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KINT[?] [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

,v..v;''.::-.;KINToJJJfi. Mr. Joe^. Hepburn is now treating the; sands -at thiei Hands Across the Sea mine belonging to Mr. Besha. At the Sugarloaf, Shijedy and paity arej on good stone, and the trial parcel to be ?' pu£ through looks very pro mising.

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THE PROPRIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

THE PROPRIETARY. s It has been rumored during the -'?-?????'. ?weak that this show, which is worked by Messrs. Levie and Kav . anagh, has developed a new lode 8ft wide which assays show a fairly good prospect.

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THE GARDEN GULLY [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

?'???V; THE GARDEN GULLY. ' - This show has once more bee - . pegged-^-this time by Mr. E. Linkn eon, who is one ot our townspeople :that is not afraid to do a little speculating in pr-ospecting. This mine has in the past realised some -good values, ani Iibs averages from 20 to 30dvyt. Apart from these good ? orushings this show can boast of havirig produced gold to the value of £4 3s per oz, which is pretty well a record for the district. '

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THE GLENLOTH [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

;; : -; r the gijenloth. -??? ; , ? This mine, regarding whieh wo .had '? a 'paragraph in our last issue,- is makiug great headway with its machinery,, and it is now anticipated that ens our next issue is published the ma chinery, etci.* will be in full wording order, and no doubt it will be a pleas ing feature of this splendid .'ittle pro p-^lition to see the drills in full swing. . Certainly such good values .is before will not be giveir, but the pan;y expect to be able to get through witn *» evijgei tonnage than before, thereby reducing slightly the average value per tcu; but when we come to see that it will be teasier got and mona of it, the results will be just as gratifying to all con cerned. Later on it is anticipated that there is a probability of having a. fivia head mill erected. This move * would undoubtedly be a very wise one.

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PERSEVERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

PERSEVERANCE. ; ?'??-.. ' This mine, which is let on tribute -.... to a local syndicate, is. now in full working order, and at present time - the party are busy with a rock drill, whioh has been doing splendid work. A pipe has also been laid down from Tmdals, which is a quarter mile in -length, whereby tha mine obtains its compressed air. In past crushing s this mine has produced an average o £ 23d wt, which is most satisfactory ., and there is every hope of the ore' which is- being raised at the present time returning equally as good values. v

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

| . 1 hoy possess a delicious flavor § y Appealing to every palate. $ ? As a substitute for meat they supply | R . every needed element. They are I g most economical. § I ^Jt^-^S^ ' Pure Food® I : ? I Foods, Sauces, J£eIIs!ies9 Condiment©® 1 You should also try Heinz Tomato Ketchupb ' I Tomato Soup, Sweet and Sour Gherkin Piekle§0 5 1 India Relish, Msnce Meats, Evaporated Hors©* u | _ radislh, Et€5.9 Etc . * @ AM Grocers return purchase price if ihey fail io please* H AND ? - Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. . , . Brewed and Bottled by . The Union Brewery - Kalgooi4!e TEY A DKEADNOUGHT OF UNION BEER, No Other Kept. -Latest Patent Glass Washer Installed. All Best Brands of Liquors. Bottle Department a Specialty. Everything at 'Kalgoorlie Prices. Telephone 18. J. P. MARTIN, Proprietor. .AUSTRALIA HOTEL . _ Opposite Post Office. . . - . . t~ Catto's Special Bulk Whisky. Splendid Accommodation. Billiard Room and attention. Best on the Fields. 1 Popular House with Visitors. ?R. ...

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THE POWER OF WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

THE: PGV/lR/'oF WILL . ? v — ; ? ? ''Hypnotism, iny dear -^r, is a mr.giiulcent, wonderful thiraM' said tbe visitor tp his -friend ike liypno- i tisi. '1 ).,-.{ v c.\!u!ntion you gave 1 l.r-t i.3,;T.x v. .,rv .strikingly convincing, 1 fir. You art possessed A'ith a raro § pov.or thr.t h, yiM-n to few men to 1 display. You wield a mighty and _ | unseen force, sir.' * § 'I'm gla'd you found it- so inter- | u'tmg,'. returned ' the hypnotist. 1 '?Ycs;,y.ilh nil -iue modesty, I think I L may 'Hay thai I can make people I 'o I-:-* thiurr. Tn the presence of a I hypnotist such, as I, any person, no I ?^tfcer how .strong-willed, may be- ' 1 v.u.i:e a slave. All I want is a slight ' 1 acquaintance with,' niy 'subjects,' 1 \v.aI I have them i:::L!or complete sub'r - 1 'ection. -It- - js simply useless for *?? them to1 pit.Xhc-i:- wills a»ftins,t mine, I they caji do not}ii:.;.j-\\ it !i jmc.' I Suddenly a 'shrill, harsh female § oice in iho next, room brpke into § '.is discussion. ':- - ' ? I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

'GOAGULINE,' KLtNX,' 'TEN- ASITINE' Cements for breakages,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

'LINSEED COMPOUND' Trade Marie of Kay's Compound Essence of Linseed for coughs and colds. 'LINSEED COMPOUND' of 40 years' proven efficiency for coughs, colds, btpneMtiB; *tc.

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LADY ROBINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

LADY ROBINSON;.' This mine still proves to make great headway, and at present thft tributers are engaged in crushing a good quantity of ore which gives every promise of returning good Talnes. The clean-np will take place ?within the next fow days.

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MINING [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

']/ MINING |8L- ^hev Columbia Park P.A. held by ''r Messrs' rLinksdn and party has under gone' a*. long stretch of work, hut since 'the' last successful crushing nothing of ;??''?? importance lias been, done, with the ex ception of getting out a quantity of '?' ore to be put xhrough during tha pre - sent run of 'die Government battery. The ore is looking about the same value as the last crushing, and this party deserve better luck for the patience they have had with this show.

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Correspondence THE SPINELESS CACTUS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

Correspondence   THE SPINELESS CACTUS. (To the Editor.) Sir, — This really wonderful plant is not yet much known, and it would   prove valuable to pastoralists and far- mers, more especially in poor or semi-   arid country, where hardly any kind   of vegetable will exist. It is easily   grown in any class of dry soil, and after the first year will yield, accord- ing to conditions, from 100 to 200     tons of successful and nutritious fod- der per acre, which is suitable for all kinds of stock and poultry. By analy- sis one ton thereof is equal in feeding value to three-fourths that of lucerne, which is the richest fodder plant grown. In the hot summer months or during periods of drought this plant would be luxuriant, and being of a   rich juicy nature, would greatly mini- mise the necessity for much water, and would, therefore, prove the salva- tion of many stock owners. Some of t...

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A Record Harvest. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

A Record Harvest. So much is written and said about this year harvest going to constitute   a record that many overlook the par- lous ' conditions of the bulk of those   who have settled on the land in this State. In the Assembly a few days ago Mr. Piesse stated: — "If we take the whole of the agricultural settle- ment from Mullewa in the north, to Ongerup in the south, we find 75 per cent. of the people in an impecunious position." If that statement is cor- rect, and we have no reason to doubt its sad authenticity it is time that the farming folly of this and the pre- vious Governments, was terminated, for the settlers on the mis-called agri- cultural belt have had over three mil- lions advanced by the Agricultural Bank; two and a quarter millions have been expended on agricultural Railways (exclusive of rails and fastenings); over £300,000 has been absolutely thrown away on rabbit proof "farces," and now, though all this help has been ladled out, there is...

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Buffalo Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

Buffalo Bill. A message from Colorado states that Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show has dis- banded, and that the aged scout and fighter, after 41 years showmanship, has retired to his ranch in Wyoming. Buffalo Bill (Colonel W. F. Cody), was born in Iowa, and is 67 years of age. His father, a civil engineer and farmer, was born of Irish parents, and his mother came of English stock. Cody senior was one of the pioneers of the West in the early days when lighting between the white settlers and In- dians was of almost daily occurrence. He fell a victim to the hatred, and strife that arose between the North and South over the slavery question. Will Cody, the son, who afterwards became the famous showman, was fighting Indians and carrying de- spatches through dangerous country at an age when most boys are at school. During his life he has been at one time or other teamster, express ruler, Government contractor, hunter, scout, soldier, spy, hotel proprietor, actor, author, rancher and showman...

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