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NOTE[?] THE MINING INDUSTRY. COOLGARDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
'^\ 0-t}'] :v;feiDTJSTitY.' ; -. :': ,- ?'.:':'?)?'. .'-. ?.-.-- ' '. ? ' ' - ? ..' ,'?- ; ? ???'.-''? The gold, yield ? from ij.e /.Aclgai die goidfieUUfpr Fthe ;;nionth ;oi: , .-cpte-mber ;; was' 2^802.24: line ozs.; -a iriariveLL increase over the previous month's .figures.'-,-. ~ At Bulla Bulling anochsr pfbspeeting areai has* been .taken up for iue purpos ..OX miUluy-,.J---'i -tJ.'.L . .. . 'At Burbiinks' ' the. Birthday * ..'G.M. I treated 1021 tons of ore for 459.93. line Dozs. The Bur.banks Main Lode crushed U685: tbns :for\:856ozs. line, and treated 1115 tons of .sands for/' 115.89 fine ozs.r; HAt'thel:Cool?aKli,^ State battery ,,a- par-. eel of 282 tons from the Cheapside yielded 123.51 fine ozs., and from the. Lord Bobs 141% ?: tons... ol; -ore; yieiaea 51.61 fine ozs. ; . ' _ , The State : battery ; recommenced ?^rushing on the:- 9th: Seixtimber, and in 'addition to those ? mentioned,' parcels qf ..ore. were treated' from th\3 King Sclbmpn, Pjcospsrity and Easton's claim...
MARRIAGE IN AMERICA. INFLUENCE OF FEMINISM. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
MARRIAGE IK~ AMEBIOA. ' .INFLUENCE OF FEMINISM. .The publication of statistics showing that 8,000,000 men in America-,. and- 9,000,000 ?women are unmarried, ; has started a brisk summei1 correspondence, ' in which the writers analyse the rea*. , sons why matrimony to-iniy* is' J.ess, popular than heretofore. There was a tendency at. first to place -the- entire re^ sponsibility upon tli.o meii, but the tcs - timony given' by various competent social authorities in New xork proves conclusively that while there is some agre1ement'-.on...the par.t of both soxes ? to marry1 later in life than was the case a few years ago, yet women are equally . to blame for leading-, solitary lives*. - ? In view of.,, the, 'majority of the v/riters, rel-ictanee. to mairy is one of . the many outward and visible signs of tho feminist moviemenf:. It arises from ' ? a variety of causes,, economic, social and psychological -^ - .'? . ' ? Mrs. Anna Dowlino*. a reatlinp- firti- . ? * . ... . ? vj / — ? ^^ ? ....
WALKER ON THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
WALEEE ON THE PRESS. ?????:??'?.:????? ? ' ?? - r : That pruament of; the. Bcaddan Min-j j .; - la try, and sensitive soul, iMr. Thom&s. Walker, Jiais been, .emitting., a- series :;of I ?shorty yharp yelps .of a'uguisn at certain (un'speciu'ed) press criticisms -JIo lias J been fulminating,- has this stickler for .'?truth and purity, with his inimifcible (?omiiiand of the ai-y;ot u* y*b gutter 'and. the 'plague :of ;the doss-hbusie, against -''frothy, corrupt thinking, ' ?'? '' 'concoctions of diseased -livers,' ' ' ?' ' in- | tellectiiaK offal,'7: 'putrid stench,' : 'mental typhoid,^' etc., ; etc;- .-'It :is ' timjO the press liberty to ...lie ? was. stopped,!1 '..declares: St. Thomas. Well, .??''?.. if- ?? aiiy '; of ??' -our ? contemporaries have beeu -exereisipg this liberty, or jndeed if it exists, we quite agree that it should be curbed.. ; Yet it would 1-3 al most humorous?, if it ..were not -nause- ; ous, to think that such a piotest should ; come 'from that- man, of...
NOTES ON THE GOLD MINES IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
NOTES ON THE GOLD MINES IN DIFJEKENT PAETS OF THE . .:- WOELD. There is a good deal oi: jamiliarity between mines the world ovyar (says the Holar Goldfields 'News')« One noticeable £eatur,e. is that by far the majority of them are poorer in depth, that is, at a depth of 1000ft. lo 2000ft., than they ivere in the. first tiOOft, Th(6 first 500ft. are almbsti invariably those of the palmy days of the mine's his toryj after that eomes nouDlie from water, and a diminution of ore, or a tending to low grade, and complication in treatment of ores, besides the in evitable expense and uiiaculty of hoisting. Many onea pramiaent fields and mines have saen th^ir best daya and are things of the, past, tnough min ing may still go on. The Witwater sand mines of South Africa, although 16 years old, may be considered as the leading gold mining centre. The gold yield of iJie Band from the commjenee nient to the war was 76,763,231 pounds sterling. Witwatersrand is to-day, ac cording to Mr: Curie, ion t...
State Battery Crushings. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
State Battery Cruskings. The following is a oomplete list of crushings at the Coolgardie State battery :— , P. A. 832 (L. Martin), 87£ tons for 4oz lOdwt. Oheapside (J. Merritt), 282 tons for 143oz 15dwt. P.A 894 (W. Atkins), 12 tons for 6oz 14dwt. P.A. 981 (Y. Kossiok), 21 tons for 7oz lldwt. Hampton Plains (A. Easton), 26 tons for 55oz lOdwt. Lord Bobs Q.M.L. (T. Evans) 141£ 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 I6oz 7dwt. ' Indicator (C. Mitchell), 14 tons for 25oz lOdwt. P.A. §27 (T, Mn_rley), 27 tons for 4oz 14dwt. . ' * P.A. 896 (M. Leaney), 14 tons for 3oz lldwt. New Bayley's tribute, 50£ tons for 24oz 6dwt. P.A, 889 (C. Dunne), 86£ tons for 7ozl4dwt. - . -. ' J.- Griffiths, -1271 tons for* 9oz 15dwt. Benjamin George, 245 tons for 544oz. ? ? Redemption (J. Creat), 31£ tons for...
THE COMING HARVEST AND MINING [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
THE COMING HARVEST AND MINIJSO So much is said and written about the anticipated record wheat yield, which is estimated at 12,000,000 bushels that &? few items picted from the Treasurer's Budget speeali conveys some idea of the huge sums that have been expended in order to establish — i or bolster up — an industry that} virtu \ ally lives upon the charity — or folly — ' of successive Governments. After di | gesting the, following array of figares, | continue reading and assimilate those ! which pertain, to mining — the State t | only important and self-supporting, in \ dustry. Agricultural Items. * New Eailways ? .. ..' 385,505 Kails and fastenings . . . . . . 563,355 Water for New Lines . . . . „ . 69,245 Land Eesumption ? 155,91d Water Supply (agricultural) 84,486 development Agriculture . . . 415,240 Immigration (agricultural) . . 57,479 Total ? .. .. .. 1,732,210 Othei items unde* miscellaneous bring the total expended upon, thje man on the land up to the vicinity of two...
DISCOVERY OF A NEW GOLDFIELD. MINERS WHO EARN £60 A DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
DISCOVERY OF A- NEW GOLD/ -FIELD. - MINERS WHO EARN £6,0-A:I)Ar. .^ ?'- Prospectors , three mouths ago :^n-r nounccl ^fabulouiily- rich places oivllie Shushanua Biveiy a . uibutary of :^ho Tanana, U.S. A., : near, ,the.^ Cansulia^ boundary.* ? '-.-? . - Y-' A^ 'i^il^^ ?;;- All reports, corrolt/ratecl by; actual ;| yields from the mines, indicated 'a --rich.,! area, equal to ?Klondike, in shallow ground., aiia uaaj iu -u.^'»yv. ^ . .? It is difficult of access; the river- is^ shallow swift, and, abounding- in sand- | banks. The : best route is down the ??! Yukon to/Coft'eQvOreekj and thence .150 miles bv^rland with pack-horses, the journey occupying a fortnigntv Further -prospecting Jndieates' a, ?strwalc many miles in area. -It extends well over! into .British territory. : Dawson and .other camps on- »otn. jsides of the line pare practically vabari doned. in the wDd r.ush of staiuped.ars.r , All known gold-bearing ground:ilis ? al-H aeady staked by early arrivals, j Dr. Cairns, a re...
RABBITS AND BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
RABBITS AND BUTTER. Over £20,000 was expended on rabbit proof fences last year, making .a total in this costly undertaking of well over £300,000; yet the dairying industry which was to boom as soon as the fences were erected is rapidly 'disap pearing, for there are 4,000 fewer dairy cows in the State now than there was six years ago, ana last montn s^uuu worth of butter, £16,000 worth of milk and cream, andx £17,000 worth £ hajns and bacon were imported from the other States. How long tne- taxpayers can afford to spend hundreds of thous ands of .pounds on rabbit proof fences which don't protect pastures which don't exist. When W.A. files its schedule it will be able to give John Bull rabbit proof fences, several filter beds, ancl bottomless docks, some saus ages, a few scrap-iron ships and a nice array of over-paid political tinkers as an excuse for insolvency, and also as security for a debt running into many millions of pounds. We %vish John Bull luck with the items mentioned, and...
Tennis [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
Tennis . 11 A friendly game of tennis was played on Monday last between the' Recrea tion Ground Club and. the Boulder Tennis Club. The day was an ideal one for tennis and onlookers and players alike were treated to some fin© 'exhibi- tions of the gam;e. The game was played more from a friendly point of view thai* as a com petition, game.' The Boulder players*, taking them all round, being slightly ahead of the locals. How/ever, some oi thy games, were very keenly contested and were well worth watching. In serving, Mr. Fraser, of the Boul der; team, wasi superb, and one had to b§ in good form to get in a successful return. This, and the all-round play of the others, kept the Coolgardie ex ponents well up to their mettle all through, and although beaten on the day they were not disgracjed, as Coolgardib gained a fair; number of sets. In the ladies'- congest, some very good tennis was also' witnessed, and the locals held their own in this depart-: ment, which considerably augmented the...
COUNT ZEPPLIN AIRSHIPS. DISASTROUS JOURNEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
COUNT ZEPPLIN AIRSHIPS. DISASTROUS JOUKJNJiiYS. Whil© the cable news of the disaster -to th-j Zepplin Airship La, au Johan Bjesthal (whereby all on board, number ing 30 were killed), is iresh in the minds of the public, it will be of in terest to refer to the disaster, which befjel the Zeppelin LI on Septemoer 9th during the manoeuvres in the North Sea. On this' occasion 14 uut of her crew of 21 were lost uy the airship be ing; taken put of control of her crew by a sudden gale some 20 niilesfrom Heliogoland. The following, is an ae cquni; of the occurrence tak&n from 'Lloyd's ?MewsJ' pf Sex-v.&mber 14 last: — -, - ; ' How tho: Vessel I'elL Through tha whole day uu Tuesday thes airsiiip wias' engaged, in carrying out complicated mo vemomsi in connec tion with the G&rman cruiser squadron oft' Heliogoiand. In chayge of hor was Captain Hanne,, a m.c*u ox Upe; oxp,eri ence in aviation, and who had the repu tation of being the most competent Zepplin commander in ui...
Mining [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
Mining : A parcel of 848ozs. from uiie new de ?'' velopment in the Nil x^esp;eraiiduui (Craston and Xing), BurtviHe, was cleaned up (says 'cue ' Lav erton Mer cury ;;) at the !Stato oattery at that place yesterday week. The yield was , an exeellenu one, taking everything \ into consideration, being o^oozs., or an - average of 5ozs. Gdwts. Mullock and | everything that was taken out was in- j eluded iix-the parcel. ! _ !
TINDALS G.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
'TTNDALS G.M. CO. Mrv Paul, attorney tor T;he above company, wrote the directors asking them to furnish the shareholders with the regular fortnightly reports which, since they have decided to do. The folio vving is a circular letter issued by the directors to the share holders: — Eoyal Barut Chamoers, Melbourne, 17tu Uccooer, 1913. T«- the Shareholders — I am instructed ta report rieceii:.; a3.vice3 from the conujanv ??& attorney, Mr. W. G-.- Paul, having reference to the results of pi'o&pect^u^ op(eraLioi.t- now being carried on at the mine. Mr. Paul telegraphs under daud. thc$ 16ih inst. as follows: — ' ' With reference to continuation No. 3 level .north, vne lode appar ently turns a little to th© east, strip ping east wall wa3 started to move over into the lode. Will then be able to recommence continuation oi No. 3 level north in ore. The results from a sample hole at 68ft. (from ?commencement of operations} assayed £31/10/ per ton, and connrmed tbe above decision...
THE BENJAMIN GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
THE BENJAMIN GKauJiGE. . At the present time this party are ' engaged in general deveiopnint- work such as stoping, driving- oud. sinking the winze to a further depth. In aii ?^ probability a further crushing will not ^be put through until the New Pear. Mr. A. L. Hansen, the leaamg partner in tills TninA. who sailp.d m\~ th« 19t.ii instv has arrived in Melbourne with his family, where they will ojjend their ?time in a couple of months' holiiay. Air. Hansen will also be a spectator at ^ the Melbourne Cup to be run on Tues day next, so that Coolgardie is to have one representative at leastl
Brotherhood [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
Brotherhood Ona must appreciate the stjep taken by Boulder on Having -meetings termed the Boukter Brothefnood. It is purely undenominational and true' brother .hood, otherwise true socialism, which cannot be dogmatic ors ubject to any 'religious sect. In this regard it is pleasing to' look ba.v-K tw v&ry recent history which shows the uouterating of- the- 'various Methodist v\ esleyans — ? . primarily Methodist — by uniting into ? - on©, body. Now we,' have a larger and more important step, namely, the Con gress of the Churches, illustrating jDietteo: the .Eastern States for the pur pose of still maintaining the sects and creating a greater unity amongst men. -Seeing the geed of unity -nas been _ sown, Ijdt us hope it wiJi soon be de monstrated as ' ' first the blade, then the ear,, then the full. corn in the ear.' .We know that natuno (God) works slowly and surely, and unionism is not - .obtainable by force, but by reason, which demonstrates the practical ne-ses- . sity for...
Fire in Forrest Street. HOUSE COMPLETELY GUTTED [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
:Fif« in Forrest Street*. aOUSE--COMP.LETELY GDTrED ?- y At about 4 o'clock on Wednesday - - aLternoau a .four-roomed wo--d and. ^ ? iron house ow led by Mr. W. Sb'lgp ? tlier -nd occupied by Mr. T.'StroDhe^ in Forrest-street was burned co the ground. It appears, from informa tion gained, thntw Mrs. 8tr.oth.er and Ivpv mother were* outside tiie tiouse t-ilking— to their neighbor, -Mrs. P. ??* Sullivan, when, all at once, ? Mrs.' Sullivan exclaimed, ??'Look, -your house is- oa tit-e.' Mrs. btrofclier I ruaued into the house to save her' i-aby, who was asleep 111 th^ hjase, *- and. succeeded in doing so, her hair ' being scorched in rescuing tne oauu. Owing to the strong wind blowing'' ?ih.^ Brigade were unable Cu save any ihiijg with tne exception, 1 of . one or t.wo articles, For^unaoeiy, however, iliti Brigade saved the dwelling o£ Air. oullivau nexc door, uauidge to the extent of -J6lO being done by ihe fire. Constaulerf 4d.milton aad , oarers were in att.euda.ucd and rendered ass...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
?? is#',j dibL:-^t2J UlJ VJLJ oJ\i/£J i_i7J uwCji M4M) Mm U yis-jy; a UPliJ PIT irlruiLlL (La LIT u © , - : ; . In addition to the Sale Priees we are giving 5/- worth of Goods Free for every £2 spent on any one day during the sale. 0 Mon Bulk Beer, - Union Gold Top Ale. - Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. ?.''.'- j Brewed and Bottled by The Union Brewery ? Kalgoorlle i ? i.i ii. Ui'il ? Tiiftm iinu.iim .1 in. n ? - - ? TRY A DREADNOUGHT OF UNION BEER. No Other Kept. Latest Patent Glass Washer Installed. All Best Brands of Liquow. ? Bottle Department a Specialty. Everything at Kalgoorlie Prices, Telephone 18. J. P. MARTIN', Proprietor. ' J^TXSTJR^JLI^' HOTEL Opposite Post Office. Catto's Special Bulk Whisky. Splendid Accommodation. Billiard Room and attention. Best on the Fields. ' - 4 Popular House with 'Visitors, H- Misbet v/v V-^\- Proprietor DENVER GIT Y HOTEL, COOLGARDIE. ; R. LOWMAN - » Proprietor - ' Close to Railway Station, Municipal Gardens and Bowling Green. ?-- - ...
THE SHAREMARKET. CHAS. B. MOOR. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
THE SHAREMARKET. r- CHAS. B, MOOR. Tne following sales and quotations ' were : — . - „ London, Oct. 3t Bullfinch 123 . .. ox- . ^ Great Boulder IBs 6d - . Horseshoe 49s 6d ' - .. Ivanhoe 56s 3d ? Kalgurli 81s 3d . Adelaide, Oct. 31. Associated Northerns, 'bnver '11 « 4£d, seller lls ,7£d- ' ' .Bullfinch, buyer 12s 3d.sell«r 12s 4i ' . Chaffers 2s 6d a , Great Boulder 13s 7Jd, seller 18s 9 Boulder No 1, 7d Hannan's Star, 4s 5d, seller 4s 7d Mararoa, buyer 6s 6d, seller 6- 8^
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 November 1913
|y| It is strictly pure and possesses the ;jtyj IpJ highest degree of rich tomato flavor. jfe |-| Lends savor to either hot or cold & |j|| meats, fish, and game. If! ||i| : Heinz American Table Delicacies p - W Foods, Sauces, Relishes, Condiments. Hj |fe«| You should also try Heinz Baked Beano, W yJM . Tomato Soup, Sweet and Sour Gherkin f!f Q!Q Pickles, Indid Relish, Tomato Chutney, M ^ ^..^ Evaporated Horse-radish, Etc., Etc pV-Sf 1,^1 „ All grocers return purchase price if they fail to please. ^|