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Golf [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
GoJi Thje Goolgar,die GoK Olub held an other weekly tournament on Sunday last, and, -like its ^cuecessors, great interest prevailed. The day '^aa , rather gusty, which, made the play goin^.out a little diJh culi. However, a lew good scores wicxe registered, the honors of the aay going to V\T. Ayre, who did the round in 5l t bogie). ' . The handicappers were ixot ensposed t,o disclose the handicaps until alter chri tourney .vas finished, und upon a reckoning up Mrs. G. Hunter, off a han dicap of 36 was found to be the winner, with Mrs. M. L. Keid a close second. The folio wing .were the scores j-'or iadies and gents: — ? ' - Gentlemen. Score Hp. Net W. L. Michell ? . . 54 6 48 W. Ayre ? „? ? ?♦ 51 bct 51 : O. Trevett ? «'.... 55 3' 52 J. Tierney . . ? 63 s 5^ H. Darragh ? ? ? ? ? 0D BCr oo J. Larragn ., ? 57 ser 57 T. Giles ? 68 10 58 JS. S. Williams ...?.:'..'.. 70 12 58 Angelo ., ,.-..- ? 75 20 55 W. Beare .. ; . ?'? .,-_.. ~ 61 set 61 J. Briggs . . . ? : ...'.. 65 8 57 Ladies. ? '...
Valedictory [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
Valedictory An impromptu gathering consisting of a very large number assembled at tiie Cooigardie station on ounday even ino- last to Did farewell' to one. or C'ool garuie's oldest residents and pioueers m'the person of Mr. W. Barlcer and his good wife. Mr. Barker, who is widely known in the district, has^beun 'connected with, the Transport Trading 00. ior about 15 years', and lor three or iour years Yrith the- .Bairns' Go. Upon severing his connection with the transport Oo. Mr. Barker was the lcci piont of a handsome cheque from the present firm, and a gold locket from _is ' f eilow employees, in neat little speeches Mr. Barker's personal and uusin«3ss abilities w.ero touehed upon, and nothing too much could be said of his sterling good qualities. At the sta tion just before the express steamed out a couple of fine choruses bearing a iri,ondly and warm farewell were sang, lea by Messrs. Shepnerd, i\.. ^astiuon, rL Kretehmar and M. Waliis. Every body joined in wishing Mr. and Mrs. -...
CUE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
?: A ;,= :.. - CUiE 'DISTETCT;' \ V. ; : ; y. The, gold- obtained' in the- Cue 'dis- l,trict.r.was ? reported ; as i,5i)3dzs'i--'f rpin Ji.,l,06c- tons ? of . or,o,-- the -principal ? ] fo rducer,: being: the Bidden Treasure- witt ? i239ozs. fromi 620-^6ns,-the reanaiiider' .beiiig-distf ibut-sd over 1 1 smaller miise ;at:Cue. ? , . ? J ?: . '? ..-'??'? '??-.';.:? ?/.? i. .The report ithat tlie: lode in .the^ BigT ^Jall lease : at Paton^s Group; ri-ear' Cxld- ' ' ,dingwarra,: is worth 14dwts.;nas,\1)wiirV; ;to its great . size,- ? creored : inpre than '?? ;ordinary-interest,i and during this'iiiOuth 186r acreg in. the locality- were' applied-, for as six -.gold minings leases- and' 'four prospecting. :ar,eas.: -.-, '. -.?' ::;':?;: .^Theif^Piirent-Mease'is being sampled if or .-:Miv B;' Hamilton ^W tlie-Orfat Boulder.; ?/ ?;.;'. \ ; ? ' ;; ..'??' ?;- - ? .Th,o Light of Asia- and tlie A§a .m^mmon.. leases -at-' Cue. formerly^ iield toy; jthe lace Mr.; E.^Lt^LJojid,. liaye Mchx sold -...
KUNANALLING DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
^unanaLlSg ikswcT. ' :? At JouVdino mis- the ;o^vners;:of rthe ; ;Prido of JonvdineAG.M.;treated 200 tons fof sands for 543.25 line, iOZ3.;. :.;; ? ..-: A good crushing has been returned , from .the Turn Of tli -W^.;«*i.:-1che 2ou 'Mile, of 100 tons for; 106.19 fine _oz3. . -Tho owjiers srepora ithat they consider » that they have a Jair amount of the : ?same grade . of ore m sigut. ^ »»y Shamrock .66 tons iwercv ; treated ±or ; .51.90 fine ozs. ; ; r- .'.-, ?''.' ;' .:?' - : ;i V: ? ' Tlie monxlKof September was also in- . tcresting from a pastoral point of : view. The. rainfall for the month was ? 133 points, being -early- double tte: auantii^r 4or';:the:: same . month of the precedingyear, and Messrs. Eeid_ a.ndi Ferguson liad 815 head, of sheep shorn 'f:rom their run on the Hampton- Plains.
The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, NOV. 1, 1913 IMPORTANCE OF MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
Wot Published Weekly SATURDAY, NOV. 1, 1913 ? ? ?—'— ' IMPOSIANCE OF MINDSTa. As the end o± t;ach year arawa to a close, the neusijayers v/ili 00 reviewing tne worji oi'tne p^bi year, and on thobvi occasions the lrupurbuiiee 01 uuc'^nininy industry: will ±oree iiseu under tne notice ui the wruers. It is iu^ossioie ?'to 'iook Dacii. o\ ur cue iuab ~\- )'u^=) '-??»?' 1 o.i\r mm nv- T.tieai. .?WrLtlOlit ?UllOVVliltl 'bil(3 luimiig induSLiy to oveisaauow an uiutr . tnings m tue toiai.e tnat nave vonaea to niaiie it prohiuient; and weaiuny. Witnout this industry it is diiiniuiu xo think what 'Western Ausuialia would have come to. iec it is lo De feared that those who nav;-3 the power oi gov -eming tiie bLaie in their nanus siiti iaii to realise the iinpoi1 Lance oi the indus try;- or is it -that uiiey do not aim at giving it justice, but are convent to allow it to oan-y all fclie buruens ol the. otate in order, tnat a snaiu prodpeiaty may be created. Depend upon it unai unless due v'onsi...
MEEKATHARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
MEEKATH ARK A. . i The 'old'viold for the nionch amount- j ed to- 6615.30. fine ozs., and lO,Q91^ons oi ore fe ' niilled. ^This- ^wj slight increase in gold won, but a small decrease in toniiage -treated^ wh^n com- , pared with the prvious monOn's -figures. Owing to a- break in the power plant at ^he Queen of the Hills mine only; half, the usual output was recoraea. Had this uiiiie been. able, to show its. ?average,- tonnage, the district's output for the month would certainly have bq-in a record' yield. - Mes'vrs. Butler and party, of the In-/ gliston, No. 555N, have oeen meeting; withgr^ success^; S5 tons' of ore vrere treated at ;the State battery ,tor the' splendid return of 30f)ozs. . by amal,; ; otamatibii, and the tailings are estima ted to be of high ' valae. The stone . was tak'-n from a winze at the lowest level and the reef .is 6ft. wide, lying betweten two ckan walls.- There is every' indication that a large tonnage ^of liHi grade ore will bo obtained irom 'this' develop...
NTAGARA 'DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
A-rAG-AEA ''dISHTLCT. ^During the month the Butterfly.G. M.r ireated '71075; tons of oro for., 235 ;tine ouncet) gold. .; ; ; . ..;. ; i ;;:,...; ;: 'Option holders ar- sinking on a lode, on a P.A. to the; west of trie Butter'r. 'flv leases.. The 'lode is weir cijenned and ery promising. ; ?' -;-;,-?? ??? ... ; ? The-, owners . of; ;the,--Ljibra.-,'Queen-;. treated 30Oi:6ns C±6¥ 128:90 o'zs^ which' is poorer than expected;, buf' some poor I ;stpne?ob!;ained ?in :; : driving1 and^ rising ' ^as incl lifted. The mine :i* progressing satisfactorily., : -, '?;.'. /?..,.;/? On th-3 Jifiwk G.M. a start', lias been .made- in -he ? old ^workings, andjjsome-j good or.e is-beiiig taken um. ~'-yj .-? ;;| -; ;'T'life tailings oif the Altona lease- ar;o being treated by a Mr. Bright under j the tailings licena:. ; -
Items of Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
Items of Interest.-.. .Y.A.L. — A concert- in aid of the ' Young Australia Lea^uo will be -Veld in the Town- Hall on Wetljips-day, November 1.2. Full particulars will i be advertised latev. ? A Successful ? Student.— We .are , pleased to record that Mr Norman Robinson, articled clerk to Mr. R. J; Williams', solicitor, of this town, has passed hia, Intermediate' Law Ex amiuation.r.. Mr. Robinson has . done .all his* studying for the e -animation in Coolgardie, and we congratulate him most heartily on his success. A Sad -Event — Much sympathy was felt in the district, for Constable Fleming and his wife and family when the, news w s r ceivel of the. cl.aUioi' th-ir liit'e son on Tu« sday InBf who i.ad tuv a TUimoer 01 yuara b eu a painful suffi-rer if the Gnver.n niGni hoapiwl. . Tbe little chap wh-- bad borne his sickness bravely' had endeared himself to tbe staff and patients of the hospital and was a general favorite. The fu'-eral which was largely atfcendtd bore ample^trs tiraony o...
YERILLA DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
'.-? .YE.SILLA. DISTKICT. ; ,. The. Linden; jState;batt.ery; duriiigtlis , 'month cr.ashed:765 tonsLtbr ti^ozs, . of ; gold,' and the,- Yerilla Stat- nail, 'created; ?3 ton^f ,f oi;,-467ozs.-; : . ? \,: ,. v , ?'..-: :-/.A The . ,G olden Eadge .option ; at , Ycr ill % I ;? has discarded- the . two' . blocks? .;, at. : the, ?oiufc end, but .are' engage'd with those it: the north, and everything;; rs; satis-/ ''l(5iory'.::SO,-far.:'.'.--:V r -;. ..?--.?- .:....... ;;; ,J ; Some good; ,.. erushings are . reported, fro.m ..the .Linden district, bu'e. thio .»?- er -age-..of,: the ore is about loz. . ; . ?;The' centre of .Edjudinii shows a slight improveuient, and, saveral leases and, prospecting areas have, been .applied .'for.. ::;'.-,- :j ;.;.'..-,.'.,- -..-... . v..-.,. -'.,'; /-,.., ?'?;. ??: The, putpu&.f or , .the :- Yerilla district ; -' Ar the month: was :1;835 ions 'for. 1,300; fine .ozs..- ; . ??'?,? :?: ., -. ;;..-,.-.. '.. '... ?' .v ,\^ . ;. .-, .; .;'
WHAT DID THE BURGLAR SAY? [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
WHAT DID THU BURGEE SAY? ? A burglar, in the act of breaking open a safe, was greatly astonished on ?raising his head to see n gentleman intently watchingjhe proceedings He 'tried to escape, but the gentleman stopped him, sayinar, 'Go on. mv iriend; I am. deeply interested in your work.' 'How so so?' the thief in quired, .in great surprise. 'Because I have lost the key of this safe, and if you manage to open it you shall be handsomely rewarded for your trou ble.'
A Fellowship for Engineering. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
- A Fellowship for Engineering. une oi the most promising features -tl^-uuifi cent gift of the.late Walter Hall and bis. widow is. me establish ment at the Sydney Thm ersily of. a 'ffellowsliip of* engineers. It is to be fgood 'for throe yeais, and is to be ;of th'e value of~£300 a year. u«e fellow ship^ -ygill be available annually, and 3aeli will be opon to engineering gradu 'atcs of 'nor/ more tbuu *our years' standing. Thc winner of a fellowship will be required to spendtv/o yeais in special work abroad, either itf some foreign TJniversity, or in »6nie engin eering works, 'or at botb. in the third year, be As to come Jjaclc to Sydney University and' deliver a course of lee tuxes on the special subject which he has been studying, The fellowships will not bo allotted by special examin ation, btit by the TJjnversity Senati, which will 'select the most worthy and promisirig -of 'the candidates. Amorig the individual 'advantages o'f the 'en dowment, is' the stimulus which it will giv...
Sydney, October [?], 1913. Sir George Reid. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
^y-'ney, OcljoOi ^.1,-sC, 1913. Sir George Ecici. 'Comihy events may cast their ?shad-owa before:' ' 'J'he coming event in this ease is' Sir~-Ooor»e' Kei.'l, 'who has- reached Melbourne, a no is expected in' Sydney shoitly.' Great preparations 'are' being made' i'oi\ his i.oc'optiou.' As suredly,Jiis shadow has noi grown less during bis absence. ILu is one of tbe niosj;, corpulent of nvsn, ond it is a standing .marvel how lie uas managed to get through the numeious acci-Ionts that have befallen him-* without sii-ioiu mishap. Ono reason, ,doubi less, why he keeps his Rekh iV his 'never-failing fund, off good humor. Even .-\vhi-n he was in the' r'bngh-a'nd'- tumble' of'_)avtj polities, if ivas'not easy to disturb him. (Sinee I1-3 has been High Commissioner vbe has been able, to bis hirense relief, to abjur partisaiislup altogether. ?'?'Oii both sid-3S ofi polities, tjio leading iaeu are all my friends',' n6i toJd anintcr vviewel-.. He is 'the curly-headed little boy' who is 'in- every...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
I . ' ? . 1 ? Complete Change oE Programme Each Night.' j Murray & firidg^YOLE and MOTOR AGENTS I '? Bayley. Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. ? ~~ ? : j,e .o - ] ~. ? TheRotorua igp|||||O^ lhe Rotorua ?j ' Salts bsiUil u ialniW a ? . | | Registered Patent 3306 . J I is a saline combination containing the active laxative -fd™^' F^S£ ! . j - cures— should be tried even after other treatment has tailed. I Price 2/6, Posted 2/9 ; \ Sole Agent— ! Wo Mo KEHO9 'M.D..S, j Chemist, Bayley-street, Coolgardie McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. I : Personally visits Goolgardie every Sunday, J . ':- Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, j Hours 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m- ? ^ WHAT ? . BUYING FIREWORKS Cecil's Arcade, Opposite Law Gourts, Dairy Produce Merchant, Commission and Indent Agent WOODWARD STBEET ' Local agent for James Gillespie, Ltd, Millers, Northam, Robnr Tea Go,. Loudoa and Liverpool and Globe Insurance Go, and Western Ice Co. ' Stocks of Butter, Bacon, and...
Remarkable Evidence. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
Eem;irkable Evident ? Somo very -reniarkab-le evidence was given before the ''Cost 'of 'Living' in quiry, which U being conducted by Judge TIeydon, respecting tbe value, or otherwis'?, of a vegetable1 diet. Dr. Arthur has rc«ntly made 'lumsclf very prominent in. -other maticis relating- to the prestige and ' emoluments of 'bis profession. ITisJ evidence is, therefore*, being scanned with' peculiar' interest. He declared that tlie dietetic value of eggs is very small. A' pound of moat is worth, aftcoT-Iing to tills' 'authority' no '!c?s than ten' eggs. A conclusion so widely at 'variance with common .ex perience has naturally aroused much surprise. TheNencvclopedias state 'chut' whereas meat of vaiious descriptions contains from I'd t(j 25 per ^cnt; ot proteids (flesh-forniing material) ejrgs contain 33.5 per cent. The white is worth, 12.5 per cent, si net tiro yolk 15.5 per cent.-- As tbe e»n- evidently soi'm-j r'or tlie nutrition oP tbe incubaung .flhickeit, it -may 'very confulent...
DAY DAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
DAY .J)A¥m-;: :' . ' ? The gold production is. rcportoil -as 2,295.41ozs. f rom '4,525 tons of ore, thf . whole; of ;whiehv-eame?from:tlie Greai Fingall. .. tiring _;thio quarter 1,730 ozsi of silver were won. .-'?;' '-'-' A number of ' prospectors ''are.', giving. ;attienti0ur to' ground; 'in the : vicirivty :pf : the Pennacbs,/ about fiVe 'miles' 'north ;;sf Webb^s -Pfttch. V u-; '? - ;; ;' ; ; ;
BEAUTIFUL OLD WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
?BE^aiiFtix, :0ij):woM^) j ; W° .occasionally meet a wutjari wliope' ^..agi* h 's.bfa.n.tifiil as the bloom of y.11.^' ^Jp. wonder how ifc : has eorne ftbo ut-rwhat her secret is. Here are^fr' feAfi of the reasons.* ^r , 2 ' - ' bha'knew how to forgot disagreeable, things. ?'.-. ?' ' \ - »IV-.urf-t -lier neive? v ell in Dand, ii.djii!fl'c'io(l::tlipi!5 oTV'nb obe ; '- - V '? A' She' mastereii ; the -'art ' pi ;? sayir}gi ?g\6 jmtt tbii^;;-: ?'?'-. .','?' ;' ? '' 'S'?vr--''di'i'l 'hot ^expect; (do much from tar friends/- ''''''? ; ;- - -. Siift nfftie 1 whatever work came to her^ cougeiiial. .: ? . . ' She destroyed '.&pr,'; ijlnsiohs,' and;' did: not Df'litve all' tlie ?' woild ' wicked 'and- .unkhitl . , ; . .; .. ?,?.?'?-.'.. t Siie relievfd-;the''mise.rab!e 'and' ;.sym- patlrscd with the.soirbwfui. ...' :, She never forgot the lcind words.. and: a sinile; cost nothing, ~ bnt are . priceless treasures to the discouraged. ,? . Sherdid'.untoi others as she woiild be: done'.j...
The Great South-West. No.2. THE CAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
T2i© Grsat^S^j&ttt-VVest. ??''('_? . ..-?THJ|g|tv-iss^ ??'.:,- -;'-;;;'- '-. '':??-'? / (By :'f Pegniati-te;'; ) : - - ; ; '?; ,v;v ? ? ?TheJ caves are ^a'bpjititlw!; mpstiilotirr - ishin g c on eer n ( timb er exc epxed ) . t r.ai; : ? I have ; se^n in-- the'. South-West, ;and,. lik'e the ;&6bmed.^lLeat :- belt, ? tljey-v ar e ; getting thepebple's money poured 'into; ;tlieni;:a't a- rate-that., is- hearour^aidng^ 'to one who knows how much could' be , done oni the goldfields with., the capital. tna^lia:s:^e-n^exp^iide^;on:eave;lipu^ motor cars, etc:, about Ta'llingap: ,In order that .visitors may be carried in comfort .to see how,mouey, that :is/;so badly needed -by .';»;; ^g;£*g Vywews ; 0n; liOth-Hthe 1 ..mining^iand f arming cen !tr^BS|''has 'beeiv lavished tip on. the value less and unproductive 'holes-. .-that; nature1 has made in the earth, motor cars leave Busselton -AThen required, cinw :s^--Ji along ;-20 miles -of ?; the : .;b.estt''rpad;; in; the State, a...