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VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
VALEDICTORY. On Friday evening last a wellattend ed impromptu social and send-off was accorded 'Mr. and Mrs.' D. W. Oldfi^ld j in the Parish Hall by their, many Cool- ' I gardie friends. « j Mr. Oldfield, who has been associa ted, with the Baird's Company for a number of. years, and latterly as man ager of the Coolgardie: branch of this firm, had, during his residence -in the Old Camp, made himself most popular with young-' and old alike, and vr^ join with the 1 est in wishing him and his good wife ? prosperity in their new sphere, .which for the present' ?will be' ?Perth. ?',- ;.: , During the ev.ening, -which was; pre sided over by .'Dri-H-. h.. Ellis, several eulogistic speeches were made with reference to Mr.; Oldfield }s' many good qualities whilst in Coolgardie. In luded amongst the speakers were Dr. Ellis, J. A. Mazzuceholli, $1. Kutehmar, G. W. Shepherd and J. Maguire The doctor, in making Ms speech, olso presented, 'on behalf of Mr. Old field's many friends a beautiful elec...
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
ITEMS OF . INTEREST? :;;;: A Painful Accident— During the week news qame to hand of a most painful accident probably .attended attended with serious effects to -Mr Bert Tindal the fourth son of Mr W. Xinilal. so widely known throughout the district. Upon inquiry yesterday ? Mr Tiivdal informed us that the un fortunate young man had falleu 20ft from a scaffolding whilst attempting to catch a chisel which* was being thrown to him faom below. Mr of the firm of Power Bros, by whom Mr Tindal was employed noticed him falling and iortanateiy rrifj'spd.in and imjirdud 'his lisiil by endeavoring to catch him, rind this pre»cn-'e o- mind prubi'.bly liiid the eij ct o!' s;nyiii.ij the fall from, proving fulal, At laiust ad vices it has oeen found that Mr Tin dal's son has broken both nrm^nt th^ wrists, a, fractured forehead and in ?iuries to other parts of the b -d\r. Al thopgh still unconscious ..the;e ai' good liOpus 0^ his recovery
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
V CRICKET. Since last issue two of ichs proposed clubs have held meetings. The Mre Brigade Club held . their meeting on Sunday morning last, and decided to definitely form for the season. A well attended meeting elected Alec Erskine secretary, ' ' Mugger ' ' Devine -wishing ? to let soru obody else have a go at the position-, by way of a., change. Tha (Joolgardie Club also held 'a meeting which was well-attended. Nothing of importance being done, and, like the J Brigade, decided to. wait the develop: j ments of a Burbanks 'club, which would give an opportunity of getting at the prospects of an As'soeiation. Buck up, jiiurbaivks,. and get a move on, ks things diiould now be in full swing, and with an Association of three elnbs cricket will have a more interesting aspect from a speccator's point of view.'
TINDAL'S CO. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
. ' v TINPAL 'S CO. ' A call (the 5th) of 3d. per share ?has baen made by the above-named company, payable on 8th October. En couraging reports continue to come to . hand, and good and economical work is being done, which is very gratifying to shareholders. The directors have justified tbeii -._ policy of development work, with the result that the 20-head mill will dro^ the stamps about; Wednesday nest. The stone cx'UsLed comes only from development work, therefore suffic-. lent time has not elapsed to open up,. tke mine to enable it to crush three shifts
MARVEL LOCH CO. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
MARVEL LOCH CO. This' company has just completed a crashing of 300 tons for just undei 15dwts. to the ton bver^the plates from their Comet lease. This, with the re , suit of prior erushings, should giv--3 them about £1,900, out of which they have paid the first instalment of £1500 for the~ Comet lease. It looks as if the company have secured a good pro r perty, and combined with the Marvel Loch mine its future looks promising.
THE BENJAMIN GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
THE BENJAMIN GEORGE.'. From latest advices Messrs. Han ^ sen and party are now putting through the State battery about 250 tons of stone, and up to time of going to press everything points to another very favorable crushing. We are nofc able to give a result in this issue as the clean-up will not be available until next Tuesday or Wednesday.
THE THREE MILE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
THE THBEE MILE. Operations at the Three Mile are at . ' pijesent quiet owing to the run at the State battery. Several of the lease holders in this district nave handy littla parcels waiting to be put through the mill, and are therefore just potter ing about in the meantime by doing a little prospecting work.
MR. HAWKER'S GREAT FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 11 October 1913
MR. HAWKER'S GREAT FIGHT. If Mr. Hawker, the gallant young Australian aviator, who has sprung so &nbsp; suddenly into fame, did not accom- plish all that he set out to do; he cer- tainly accomplished much, and suc- ceeded in achieving an unequalled per- formance in continuous flying (says the "British Australasian"). To his personal qualities of courage, skill and endurance it would be impossible to pay too high a tribute, and he will re- ceive the sympathy of all in the un- timely accident which prevented him &nbsp; from crowning his triumph with the laurel wreath of complete success. And sympathy will also be extended to his companion, Mr. Kauper, in the injuries he unfortunately received when the mishap took place. It must be in- tensely gratifying to all Australians that to their two young fellow country- men should have been reserved the &nbsp; honor of recovering for the Mother Country so much of the ground she had lost in the art of aviation, and resto...
THE JEWISH SABBATH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913
THE JEWISH SABBATH. It would seem, in view4 of the plain nesal of the Sacred Etecord, that men professing godliness would not try to localise the Sabbath; but they do. It is ridiculed as. of no account, or called ' ' Jewish ; ' Sabbath, by many who can not plead ignorance of tne facts of Scripture. The term is used to cast contempt on the holy day. But what aTre the facts'? The Sabbath was made 2,500 years before tha Jews became a nation, and 3,200 yearg before we have the term 'Jew'' at all. It is never oneje called 'Jewish' in the Word of Go'd; bub it is called, 'the Sabbath of the Lord of God.' The Sabbath belongs to no one race, kindred, tribe, or nation. . And cer tainly when Inspiration statjes so posi tively that the Sabbath was made a creation and enjoined upon man, no Christian who is honest and well in formed, would ev^r strive to belittle it by attaching to it a title prejudiced to so many. .
State Battery Crushings. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913
State Battery Crushings. The following is a complete list of crushings at the Coolgardie State battery : — P.A. 882 (L. Martin), 87| tons for _oz lOdwt. ? / ?' : Oheapside (J«* Merriti), 282 tons for 143oz 15dwr. P.A 894 (W. Atkins), 12 tons for 6oz 14dwt. P.A. 931 (Y. Kossick), 21 tons for 7oz lldwt. Hampton Plains (A. Easfcon), 26 tons for 55oz lOdwt. Lord Bobs G.M.L. (T. Evans) 1_1£ tons for 58oz lOdwt. Hampton Plains (M. Bonney), 12 tons for 7oz 12dwt. G.M.L. King Solomon (Cameron and Bruce), 76-| tons for 25oz G.M.L. The Prosperity (Twigg and party, tributers), 56 tons for 63oz ldwt. P.A. 889 (M. Wallis), 22^ tons for 16oz 7d\vt; . Indicator (O. Mitchell), 14 tons for 25oz lOdwt. . P.A. 927 (T, Murley), 27 tons for 4oz 14dwt. P.A. 8'J6 (M. Leaney), 14 tons for 8oz lldwfc. '* New B-yley's tribute, 50£ tons for 24oz 6Jw_t. * ....... . PA, 889 (C. Dunne), 86^ tons for 7oz 14d\vt. J. Giiffiiths, 127^ tons for 9oz 15dvvt. ?'?''.; _ ?-??. Beiijauiin - George, 24=5 tons for 544oz. ' R...
THE BENJAMIN GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913
THE BENJAMIN* .GEORGE. The owners of the above mine put through their crushing of 245 tons at the State battery during the week, and expectations were realised to the ?fall, as 545oz of gold were recovered over the plates, which is an average of 2oz 5dwt. This is certainly a most satisfactory crushing, and Messrs. Hansen Bros, must be elated with the proposition they now have old of. Apart from gold over the plates, the tailings are expected to produce 200oz. This is not quite as good as some previous crushings from this mine, but as we stated before a con siderable amount of the stone put through was only raised in develop ment work. Mr, Hansen expects when the next crushing goes through it will be the highest yet obtained, which will be raised from the lower levels, a faet which helps to bear out the want of deeper sinking in our district. .
THE MINING INDUSTRY [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913
THE MINING INDUSTRY Under the heading the oi Mining Industry, Mr. A. M. Mclntyre, proprie . tor of the '.'Southern Cross Times,' has contributed one of his extremely interesting articles to the ' West Aus tralian,' enlightening the readers of that influential organ on the wonder ful leap to the front which Yilg.irn has taken during the last year, and giving optimistic prophesies on its fu ture. He never misses a chance to boost this field along, and is ever ready with a fund of figures to supply the seeker after information with con vincing facts such as only he is capa ble of. There can be no doubt that ia Mr. Mclntyre the xilgarn field has possessed a friend in need, and it would only require him to use his energies in another direction to have this fact brought home to certain of those who rely on the xuineral re sources of this part for their, liveli hood. The article was as follows: — 'Sir, — i was pleased to see from a leading article in your paper. that you had a good word to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913
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TINDALS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913
TINDALS,- It is pleasing to report that 10 head of stamps have started, and it is anticipated before the week is out ? the remaining 10 head will be run ning one shift on ore. It is under stood that the mine is opening up satisfactorily, though nothing of a sensational kind has occurred in the values. This is not looked for, as the mine has always been considered a good proposition if producing ore 'worth 6dwt.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913
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MINING [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 18 October 1913
JUNING . A crushing being put through the battery at the present time on account of Messrs Paul and party ia expected to return a very satisfactory result. About 75 tons are being put through and the probabla average will be at -leasi seven dwts. The clean-up will take place to-day.