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GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
' ' - GOLF. ^ On Sunday last the splendid number ofv2l put in an appearance at the links, 20 ? of whom were participants in the tournament of on© round 01 ten ^ holos. Although the conditions ot.-^he morning we're none too gooa-for ? tlie' game, those vyho went ^.uund were satisfied with the exercise and humors - of ,thc sport, and nearly all had the .-=.- pleasure ol-at least^tieing 'bogie7' on . one or two holes, although'' Wxtn one .or two' exceptions' the lull round was riot of a sensational' order. Honors of the day must De given to the scratch ;nen, .the three of whom [jut up a good performance, best o± \ , which being ''Billo' -*yre, who -did T the round by tiding the 'Colonel.' Apart from not losing a point on the . whole round this consistent player was unlucky in losing ;' two in ike * last ^ whole, whereas- had he tied ''bogie5' . - .ie- would have beaten the Colonel by two. However, the result 01 the day's sport brought out a lot of the dormant * enthusiasm that hao uefj...
WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
WEDDisra. On Wednesday afternoon last a very pretty wedding, was solemnised at the Church of England, Coolgardie, when the contracting' parties were Mr. Harold Lionel Masters, of the Railway De partment (Merredin) and Miss Janet Margaret Jean Hesse) second daughter of. Mr. B. He^^e, ? of the Municipal Council. '' A very large /crowd : put in an ap pearance at the ehuxch to see the popu lar little--- lady take her most important step in life- and the beautifully deco rated church bore ample testimony of -thje esteem and popularity in which she was held by her large) number of Cool „ gar die friends. The bride, who entered the church on her father's arm, looked charming in a gown of silk crepe de chine, the usual wreath and veil being worn, whilst .-she 'also-'- carried a beautiful Bouquet 'and. a. gold bangle, the gift of the bridegroom. The bride was attended; by Miss M. flssse (sister) and Mias Masters (sister of bride groom^as bridesmaids. Miss Hesse wore a dainty frock of cream c...
The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, OCT. 11, 1913 INDIVIDUAL EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
Upe Published Weekly SA1UKJDAY, UU1\ 11,' 1915 I INDIVIDUAL BFPUiCT. ; I 'Goldfields people make a success of whatever they cake in liand.;-; Tnis statement has often' been maae respect ing various oranches oi; -oport; art, business ventures or other enterprises ?which has brought tbte people here into competition with those in''' other . parts of t.lift State or of -the Commohweaith. It is an expression which is well . d.e iserved, and. one of whien we have every reason to feel proud. There may J be dikerences of opinion as to the rea- I son of it. To come to the bald con- f elusion that we have a superior eiass | of people here would seem like cool \ flattery. Before; we .can claim, that we | must show some i*dasonaoie grounds s for drawing such a conciusioni The f nrst settlement in- Australia in a volun- | tary sense had to be undertaken by | the people in Great Britain. It was | but natural that -few of ?' them were prepared to leaver the coinxorts of the iiome Land and come to...
EDNA MAY G.M. CO., N.L. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
bdna-::ma'?;::;'gI'.m:;'go:,'''KL. I The following as th© report for week ? ended Oetober:4th, 1913:— : | Main Sh'af t.-— -Timbering of shaft jj completed; opening setfor plat put in, S the cutting of plat at 150ft. level, al ? most completed. . '. ; : ?.;,..? I 73ft, Level.— ;The. north-east level I has been extended to S2'ft« . Value_over !13f t., '20dwts! per ton. : ' . : . ' : -'?? No. 1 stope . has been; advanced '_ on - the f ootwall side of locte to a8fti; north 5 east from underlie shaft, ^alue' over 12ft., 15dwts.- per ton. . No. 2 Stope — No change; stope be ing filled., South-west drive. from main crosscut extended to' » 129ft.; small quartz veins.- :. .'-..? The following is the-; return for foui weeks ended October 3, 193.3 :— , 1168 tons milled for a return of l;025^4ozs..; gold, value £4,171; concen trates, 4 tons value £292; residues,' as say value 5dwts. ? 5grs. per ton; mill ran ,551 hours. Working Costs — mining, 3.5d.; haulage, 9d.; milling, 6/2.9; general and ma...
THE GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
THE GOLD YIELD. The -official returns issued by the Mines Department, showing the quan tity of gold received at the Mint and entered for export during the past seven months of the present year coin pared/ with the seven months of the ?previous year. are: — ' . -: ^ -i.::: r ? V _??-.. ?_-;??_?;. ? 1912 ;; 19^5 v '.: ;?--'? :. : ????':'7-:.;_3Tiite_';-/.-.-/;lEl±iti''-:-' ? ?' . ?'.?'?: .Ounces, pipeea. J\Iarch.. , . ;,;. v . :\,;'.;K 93,005 T-^ 97,7uy: April ;;.;/.. ^..,: 7 .^r:110;406 V lU^Lo May .: ; , . ., ;; . v,;! /. . - 107,393 : ; 110,179 June .,; .V'.^;^:C / 108jl44 ? 113,485' July ..,;';;:? ;vBv! 105,640 .108,796 August ;:;;. ;V;;,;.;/;;;.' 105,640 110,169 September %;r. f; . ^i . : 111,106 115,168 ' Totals -.:7:;. ;--..- 744,334 7^6,811
THE YILGARN FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
THE YILGAEN FIELD. Thanks to the Bullfinch', Corinthian North, Marvel Loch, Edna May and quite a host of small fry, old Yilgarn, the mother field of the Eastern Gold fcteids, is producing gold which ,f or re cent years is easily the record in its history. There aro, of course, quid nuncs like the politicians who hold the Treasury benches in Parliament and its be\y of feathered disappointments, but tha Proprietary mine on its devel opment and mill re&mts is redeeming the boom figure position to' which the shares were hoisted on registration of the company in London. That -it was a wild rush nobody will deny, and many burned their fingers, when, if they had 3 thought twice they would not have, | dabbled in market operations. The ? mine was there; the gold is coining nowj and the company has accumulated gold to pay its first dividend. Divi dend warrants will best answer sritics like the Minister for. Mines, when try ing to heckle Mr. Wilson for buying 10U shares in tha company ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
LOCAL PBODUCIS. ^ , ' AND -AS ; ?? good, 'as the- ^Bim '? ————— , - i ,MQRE¥ tTQ, .LEND, ' -'^ \ Qaeen. Bakery . Coplgardie, -' P. F.. LANCASTER, BAKER, Etc. -- , HEAD AT LOWEST KATES, Daily Deli very-to Customers * . - ?? Ne\y Laid Eggs. Best Brands of Butter on. H»ad. ^^^^ tzx HANLEV and (SUCCESSORS^TO BUTCHER & UHR; Ltd.), Premier- Butchers Wholesale arid. Retail. Carts Call Anywhere, and Every- - where. 'Phone 82, Cqolgarcjie. ' .' OUR MOTTO— -HighesTQuality, Lowest Prices. x ' ' , Having Installed an up-to-date Refrigerating Plant, 'we are prepared to accept for Storage .any Perishable Produce. Lowest. Rates on, .Application.' The Commercial Ooioii A'ssnnu^e : Co^ Ltd. . UNDERTAKES',,^. ^ ^ -^ Fire, Employers' Indemnity, and Live Stock Risks. : — LOWEST RATES. — ',/ , ' \ C: V1N-CENT, Sole Agent. THE WBSTBAL HOTEL, % B\YLEY STREET,, COOLGARDIE. -i Geo. Sheedy , - - /Pi'oprietor. THE BEST BRANDS ONLY ARE STOCKED/ - , ' '; Airy Dining Room; Best- Appointments., Excellent ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
'BLACK BROS'., - Old Established Butchers, BAY LEY STREET. ' ' ' . ^?^v^ BE^T BEE-F- AND MOTION IN TOWN. - ' ? ? ' TELEPHONE 25. - - ? = Coalgarclte Meat Suplpy. fi f4 ?i..i«i»»iii — — — — ———^— — — ~ i . '. .. lN - ' ? .TEENAMAN & TREVETT. ^ Only the Primcst Slocked,. / '' - Gjve nsi a Trial.- - , . ?- * t ? ' , TelepliQiiei. 8... . ? r ? '' ...Beter R6b.ei'fcsr.Por.°AIRYPE9DlJO5^ .- ' '-Y^ '. New LaijJ Kg«B. . BasLBnlter, etc. ' Everything of the Piimest Qiiality. v' '' ' CU-TOMEliS WAITED ON DAILY' '- ' ? '' ' ' ? ; ? :__^ ? i' ' V* ~ ' ? : ,, ??. ??? |.-V I. ' V V W . J . XlloMlVJL-L7l-i U BAYLEY-ST., UOOLGARD1E. - Fruiterer; _- ? ' ? We Only Stock Prime Goods. No Rubbish. Country Orderfc Promptly Attended to. Special Reduction for Quantity. 'Phone 91. ' . ? ° ALHAMBRA CAFE. Barrack Street, Perth. M de FED ISO, Proprieto*?. Known f?oju Poit Hedland to the Leeuwin: Tlie.AIhambra Uti Icr^ro^ni Bars are the Coolest and Most Comfortable Resort * s . All Beers on Tap, I-Jasy ...
How to Help Mining. ONLY ONE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
H w to HeFp mhYing* — w ? ? — ??? — ONLY OKJB WAV. Every sensible paper in the State -recognises that the gold mining indus try- is the peg v-pon v.iiich the pros perity of Western ?Australia. hangs, and you very rarely a'ee a sucet whose brains are not composed of porridge giving anything eHe but eulogies ou the increasing yield. Our, estimable friend, -the ''Cygnet/' .for 'whom we entertain a deal of respect, Juid an ar ticle in its last issue, on ''Jlow to Jj-c'l]) j\riui'!fz-. ' ' We naturallv readmit, and after1- a few mttbductory 'sentences J'ound thiB: — Mining aadly needs some vivifying and fitimiilating intluence, but it must be directed to the profit of th'e industry 'and the, whole country, not the individual or the one place. Why no'i call scientific geology, economic geology, to the/ assistance -of the patient? Dr. Malcolm Maclaren aud Mr. J. Allen. Thomson, in their worlc on the geology of Kalgoorlie, lay down certain axioms tor prospectors. It_is to the effect that th...
BURBANKS BIRTHDAY GOLD MINES, LTD. Progress Report.—Sept. 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
BURBANKS BIRTHDAY GOLD ? MINES, LTD. Progress Report. — Sept. 1913. - ?'B' shaft, No. 5 level, main north drive.— Extended lift, total 623ft, at which distance a connection was made into the top of the drive sonth from the northjsection of the mine. After draining: the water out and holing through it was found that there was a difference of about 6ffc in the levels of the two drives, which necessitates the shooting down of the buck of the drive from the north section of the mine for about 200ft in length to enable the ground to be worked and tracking carried on. This work is now in progress. No. 4 level, inter mediaie drive north (from east crosscut off winze 140ft south).'— Extended 17ft, total 57ft. Between 40 and '47ft, reef 24 inches wide, assaying 7dwt per ton. From 47rt to the face the level is m reef formation carrying quartz veins assaying 2dwt per ton, the reef having gone out of the drive over iiead. No. 3 level. — Have completed tim bering for about 30ft in length at a po...
"THE SINS OF A CITY." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
'THE SINS OF A CITY.' ;: At the Town Hall on Wednesday evening, despite counter attractions, a well filled house witnessed rh 3 per formance of the above drama by the Boulder Dramatic Society, To dilate on the whole performance would be to write at great length, which is not necessary here. The. bast enconinnr of th$ company's effort was the mo si appreciative manner in which the audience accepted it. Right through out the piece onlookers were treated to first-class acting, and Mr. Dench must be congratulated on his work in bringing the company to the present high-class standard they have at tained, and it must be admitted 0:1 all sides that the company is well above the average of amateurs. The staging and acting was all that coul i be desired, and as the company pro pose visiting Coolgardie again in a' week or two, we can assure them that they will receive a crowd e. I house tp witness their neit pro duction.
BURBANKS MAIN LODE, LTD. Progress Report.—Sept. 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
BURBANKS MAIN LODE, XTD. Progress Report.-^-Sept. 1913. . Main shaft, No. 8 level, winzo 298ft north.— Deepened 29ft, total 95ft below No. 8. level, and 1009ft from the surface. From 67ft to 59 ft the winze was in reef formation carrying irregular quarts veins up to 8 iuch.es in width, assaying from trace3 up to 4-g'lwt of gold per ton. ] Boreholes were drilled into the walls :3 without disclosing auy values. At rt 90i?t two quartz veius. each 5 inches II wide, came In from the sonth, and 1 are now about half the full length of I the winze, assay value I2dwt per ton. I The reef is almost vertical, while in I some places it has' a distinct eastern I ^ underlie. 1 No. 7 level, west crosscut, 572ft m north.— Driven a total of 36ft. At '% 24ft cut a calcite vein 2 inches, wide, no values. West crosscut, 435ft i south (off stopes oOffc above floor of main level. — Driven a total of 21ft, nothing to report. This crosscut ' 1 - was chiefly driven to provide filling material for the etopea,...
Amusements. KING'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
Amusements. - KING'S PICTURES.:. On Thursday evening. next .the us ual programme of King's pictures will be screened at the Royal Hall. This programme will include amongst other first-class films a drama in four perts entitled 'War Correspondents' The drama is full of exciting situa ; tion and one that has-, received high praise wherever it has been screened
SOME KUNANALLING MINES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
SOME KUNANALLING MINES. - To the north-west of thje Kunanall ing township there^are two or three mines, apparently on- the same line as the Premier, which promise well. Chief among the group mjentioned is the Catherwood, Blackett's and the' City, of London, all of which are owned in England. Oatherwood. A considerable amount of work has bjeen done on the property and several reefs and a slate foimation have been prospected and proved to carry gold. At first a largje number of snafts were put down to a depth of oOft., and at that level a considerable amount of driving was done. Last year Mr. P. B. Horwood, of the firm of Horwood and Croswall, was appointed consult ing engineer and immediately upqn taking charge he commenced to sink, ihe main shaft was taken down to upwards of 100ft., ana otner workings were deepened with good results. A winding plant has been nued on the former, in which a good supply of water is making. When this had bejen done exemption was obtained. Al though only...
COOLGARDIE MINING DEVELOPMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
O OOLGARDIE MUUJNCt iliiVELO? MBNTS. Those whefcave carefully; followed the mining news which vr* save pub lished during the past week or two will notice the satisfactory reaults which ar,e being obtained irom quite a number of the properties around Coolgardie. It is encouraging to find that many of the parties are meeting with such good riesults, and thiq should prompt others to further test the neigh borhood of Coolgardie, ^niKS} these are all tke indications of profitaole prospecting. Most people havo aa en tirely wrong) opinion of the Coolgardie fields. Thsy ar,a under the impression that itj has been tested ov«r and over again, and that it has been worked out. Such an impression is very wide of the mark, as the field has never had a. (\pc.ecnt fihanca of shotvinff what it can yield. It cannot even bq said that the1 eyes have been picked out of the district further than purely surface operations are' concerned. Because many people left the field in the early ,days, prospectors w...
Correspondence COOLGARDIE BOYS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
Correspondence COOLGARDIE BOYS. (To the- Editor.) Sir,— Saturday's issue ox your jour nal contained a wail under the above hea.d, and after a lamentation of one' in much trouble the dying whispering finish with, 'I trust teat for the future thie boys of t,tir town will Ejee fit to restrain from an over indulgence, etc.' I no doubt some of our 'boys may indulge in a smilo and probably that, in the eyes of 'The Future, }- is a sin, or a crime. Now, sir. I beg to state that while the public muck re gret any buffonery from the boys, it is deplorable to see those in responsible positions, who claim io be guardians, suffering from 'over indulgence,' either from cork juice, or the aroma from the Lion hops. When a person talks about using 'a cricket bat to play mental .equanimity 'is gone at tho tan gent, and such 'examples'.' cannot be recommended for those who aro verg ing on the crest of manhood to make them men and Australians. — Yours, etc., 'THE PRESENT. ' Coolgardie, Oetober 2,. 1913...
Coolgardie Municipal Council. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
Coolgardie Municipal Council. The usual fortnightly council meet ii;g was held on Taursday evening last, when a full attendance of councillors was present. In the chair his worship the mayor (D. Maopher son, Esq.), and Crs. Faahan, Mercer, Tindal, Linkson, Noonan, Nisbet, Sheedy, and Cecil. ' Minutes of previous meeting and correspond eftee were read and con firmed. '??'.-? The Mayor pointed out that the reason for not accepting the tender of 12s 6d for baths, was that same was not in order. Regarding the electric lighting of the town the Mayor said that he was pleased to say that cei'tain portions of ihe town had been lit up, and in all probability the work would be complete in ahout a week's time, ;With reference to the post-office clock he had interviewed the post master- and Inspector Gale, aud had been informed that the matter was one for the Public Works Depart ment; which, however, 'was.' being attended to, but in all probability nothing would be done to the clock for another...
OBITUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
OBITUaWY. The friends 'of -Mr. William Martin/ late storekeeper &+, tsonnievale, will fte sorry 'to hear of his sudden death, which occurred very sudden (y. last Sun day evening a't Kellerberrin. At the closing down of 'die Westralia mir.e, Bonnievalei, he commenced business at Norseman, and during the past two. years has been in business at Keller berrin, combined with farming,, wliere lie enjoyed good health, thus the afpre said news was received as. a- great shock.
To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
To the Editor. Sir — Being of a very retiring nat ure, but anxious to1 '.-advertise my wares, -I~ desire to ask you. to ascer tain if 1 could get the use of the dis used Town Clock for that purpose, and if so, on what terms for a twelve months' lease. Prompt reply re quested to GRANDFATHER'S CLOCK We have not yet ascertained the price for advertising but have heard that £10 is necessary to cover the cost of repairs.-— Ed.