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Dispute Over Assays. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

Dispute Over Assays, Th(O Warden (Mr. l\. Troy) was oc cupicid for somo, time at the last sitring of the Warden's' Court in hearing evi dence in the case in which Henderson 'Bros, and Smith proceeded against. William -A. Patterson, for the recovery of-£164/7/-. Mr. E. B. Andrews appeared for -the plain ciffs and 'Mr. Alaii'C'Muir for de fendant. ' — ' ' K Peter -'Ilendei^on deposed that he was one o'f the owners of prospecting ai\oa No. 517, which was subsequently, taken up as a gold mining lease. .At about the end of May a crushiug of 95 tons was put .through [.ho defen dant's ,bsit.1ery. .The crushing lasted about seven day3, .and the sands wu-e ran out into the vats. After 'cli3'mill Cv'aged ruijning on their ore- he pio etired a sample from Mr. Patterson, and he watched the 'defendant mix' up the ~sands together ami 'dhidnj chem int:/ four sampTe*g. IIo asked witness to take onei sample and he picked the umpire's sample. Patterson sealed it', and at the latcer's request witness ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Mining BRIGHT PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

- Miniog t BRIGHT PROSPECTSSP Elsewhere in thfe^ * ~~j)~$e have - -*_ r^ierred to the eKG&h^j prospects **' obtaining around the oA leases at Lindsays, and it is on the cards that very shortly more of the ground will be taken up by syndicates from Kalgoorlie. This is what we want, and from present indications there Bhonld be some very payable pro '' positions in this area. Another mine which is lying idle at present (The Undaunted) has also a chance of again beiDg worked — a mine that has turned out good results in the past — £nd why it has been left ^by idle for so long ie a , ' matter of wonder to the town k generally.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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A BONNIEVALE RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

A BONNIEVALE RETURN; Messrs. H. Hewitt and party have just cleaned up a parcel of 37 tons from their P.A. at the old Westralia, Boumevaie, which yielded a little over 21og. The stone was raised in a lew weeks and the party are very pleased with the result. Prospects generally are fairly bright at the Vale, aud goed payable ore is being raised on the other leases.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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TINDAL'S G.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

TINDAl'S G.M. CO. A call (the 54th) of 6d. a share has bean made on the' uncalled capital of this company, duel and payable at the registered office on Wednesday, 12th November, 1913. Perseverance leas© (Tindal's Co.)

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PERSEVERANCE LEASE (TINDAL'S CO.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

?? PERSETERANCE LEASE (TIN ? DAIi'S CO.l iia.il I n S' The tributiers of the above lease1 will put through a fair-sized parcel at the Government battery in the course of a tfew days, when the necessary adjust ments have been made at th,e said 'bat tery.

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BURBANKS BIRTHDAY GOLD MINES LIMITED. TRIBUTE PROGRESS REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

1 BURBANKS BIRTHDAY GOLD : MINES LIMITED. .;. / ' r TSIBtJTE PROGRESS REPORT. The following is the tribute pro gress report for October, 1913: — -(G'! Shaft, No. 3 Level, Main North Driv«. — Stripped back of the level for a further distance of 42ft., total 326ft. from main crosscut. There was a 4. ' inch, quartz vein in the last 20ft. stripped, assaying half dwt. per ton. At 709ft. a connection was made to the south winze, and the ventilation has been greatly improved. Now fir ing an ore shoot in bottom of the ?* winze, preparatory to driving an inter - jnediate level north, at about 30ft. above No. 3 letveL 'B' Shaft, No. 4 Level~-Bise {.in the .«nd of west crosscut oil' main south drive). — Stoped each end of winze, reef , averages 34 inches in -width, assaying 4 dwts. per ton. Intermediate Level. — jjforth drive off South stopes driven a total of 20ft. Reef 18 inches wide, assaying 9dwts. peri ton. Intermediate Level (40ft. below No. 3 level) . — Driven a total of 36ft. on the fo...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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BURBANKS MAIN LODE (1901) LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

. BUBBANKS MAIN. LODE (1901) ... LIMITED. ... The following is the progress report for October, 1913:— Mara Shaft, No. 9 Level (1,018ft).— Main South level driven a total dis tance of 22ft. Reef from 18 inches to a 'threjsd, average width 12 inches in three splices, assay value lOdwts. per ton. Reef pinched in the face. ' No 8 Level (internal shaft). — Have cleaned out the w;ell, and securely tim bered collar, fixed plat timber. Ex pect to commence sinking during the coming weak. Winze 298ft. North. — Deepened 9ft, total 104ft. Re;ef averages 12 inches in width, assaying 12dwts per ton. Maia North Drive.— Extended 36ft, total 431ft. Reef averages 18 inches In width to within 3ft. of the face, where it pinched; .average value 10 dwts. per ton, Maia South Driv?.— ^Esteriderl 7ft, total 173ft.; in 'reef formation assay- ! ing ldxrt. pe? ton. No 7 Lsvel, Main, North Prive. — Extes^ed 34ft, total 6341t., in. reef for - astion assaying from tracpa to Sdwrs pe* ^a, ' laiiaj^sdiato Levol Sa...

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Brotherhood [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

Brotherhood ' ', Let th© true meaning of Brotherhood be understood, then there will be none j eif this work of sympathy for each j other; none of this class distinction; ; none of sectarianism, but one united | body. Unfortunately, some o± the ? churches build up instead of helping ! to break down these walls of partition, ' as was recently seen by a certain par- ', son lately expressing surprise even '? annoyance because a child going zo his seht-ol went to a neighboring chapel. ! If this is Christianity — and it is not — th$ less we have of such teaching the \ better. It is time people expected { from their ministers practical proofs of ' what they teach, just, as a mine man- \ ager would expect from the miner the j practical proof that he was a machine j hand or an engine driver, and not a theorist. Theology and dogma are I unsatisfying to the practical individual and are often th^ food of parasites. Could not the golden rule be further practised by giving eight hours to shop ass...

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An Augean Stable. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

'?...'??':???'::' An Augean .Stable. ?Can atiyone remember the time when; '--.''??-, ? rhfl Sydney CUy Council was not1 in grievous trouble «vc-t its administia don? ' 'Onco it was ~deeinecC necessary to place it-u_.der-a|C-pi_invissioB, and it liever s'semV to lia-v^Te'covviod'fo-r lorg j io&sfcher. ThQ Lord Mayoz has (ow is- j 1 suod a minuto whieb is |«Ecrij-(id \-y \ the papers as ' scathing. ' City. Bum- bledom; however, has b^jen 'scathed' So often that it- is pretty well asad to the operation, and it doesn't promise itself much' more 'trouble than u has experienced on previous occasions. The Ivlayor flnd3 that roads are repair ed' in a wasteful and inefficient man ner. Numbers of workmen are em ployed without adequate.1 supervision, and sometimes without any supervision at all. 'Chaos reigns supreme,' is the verdict on the town depot, where tho carts and plant are repaired. At th^ 'tip,' insanitary conditions pre vail. Several instances of the 'irre- gular' use of mun...

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Election Tactics. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

Election Tactics. \ . Father O'Reilly, the principal o_ , St. Stanislaus College, has 'outlined the plan which the Catholic; Federation of ^New South Wales rccoinmeiids with tho., Premier or with the Leadei of the Op position, but the candidates wlio: are fighting for 'their 'political 'existence will be confronted individually. It is intended to ask each (Candidate certain : questions, and w,nen~tlwy'afft'ans\v.r'' to print the replies, and circulate them throughout each electorate, so that 'each Catholic will be able 'to know the candidates who are. willing to re mo%io the disabilities under which CatthoS^s1 aro suff'^ringt.;' iFi'om a political point of view, the scheme is as promTsing as any. that could be de vised. Labor owed its victory at the Tast el^etioa mainly to^the vote of this portion of ihe community; ' and, not; long after it came into powpr, com-!, : plaints were openly made -'tha£ it had not 'de!i\re?ed the gjods.'-' This time,.; everything is to', be- open and aboy...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

.- . .,: ? -' __ GONTR ACTOR. .ORi^TviviS- iaa^A-euUJEtwilli,M Itebiusbn &.'Hall, Sylvester Street. z ' ;-;|^^ ? ? '.-.;?' ' 'Prjors^Gnen for AH G li?sos-ttGarpeu try -Work, ? \. ' ' - ??-,????-., -- ?..-?. .'.'-,. - ?:???; I- CggT-ABHSHED 1808). ? ''(GENERAL .STdR-feKEPl?Eni\v'tiRAPEES) ?'?''????' : :- '?'?'-. ???'?- ? .'. ' ? ?? '?;..; -^ -????..:?; ;; ;? ...'-?'.- :- ? .-??-?'??: ^. — .-?-?-?: r; ; v,- -v Tii^LargesL^t^&JaJlhe (Districfc. ' / Our Prices 8Lre^Bed:TOct, Customers [W^i|^ed,pn .Jpv .- $ritfef&; ? ^ ;- ? '-? ^ootJIjrie^Trad^a'.Spe^iality. ,', JLiOil- ®0tt3l^ ? f^W »'n:!^SYLV.KSl*EPvSTU^:iET^O0bLGARDlB Bc¥5t'lU*ah#?s'o.i.^^^ ALL ;DRINlt'S COOL- i '.,^j?R!.S-5^Ki;i^G.;(!a|e Of M enzies and .Laverton), PropriOtress. ♦ 'VA'TTFH1' ; I-U^PER .ami CLOTMEK, T - ?.:;';.; ::-;-:^/-' ?V-ol JiUefcJ_iAj,.v;.- . -:???.:-?;.? ;:: ? : .. : iBA^L&YsSTKEET, CpOIiGARDIE. Evcr}UiiDg.be5ngi-S.aciiiicpd afc UNDER COST PRICE. '- A. Trial Solicited, ? — ? ? ~ ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

YOUTH AND OLD AGE. With tli e muter ?iuonihs come eouglis ? and eolds, btoneMtig, ird__.QasG, and ast_j__a. GrTCiWii-ups and cbil_iG_i are alike f ^e-^ea; -but elthe? _aa$, gs _ .ague! ?ej^l ' ^g^ « f BOWm^QW^ '' ... ?- : '

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Our Sydney Letter. Sydney, November 4th, 1913. "All In." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

Our Sydney L©tt@pa ?'.- Sydney, November -itb, 10 13. 'All In.' So far the election contest in the State has not beau marked by any enpater degree of indeeorouiness than usual. It is stiil difficult for Liberal speakers to i-et a hearing in some elec torate, the generation which is siivaid of tho power of words being still strongly in evident,-?. Otherwise, the ,v,«^-- rnm-iri{:ii;i(v feature of the cam paign is the comparative obscurity into which the mor:, startling planks of the Labor platform have sunk. The Lib erals, of cour.vS interpret this _ civeiim stance as an admission that these planks are ' not popular. They also ? ? dwell on the extravagance of the Gov ernment, and the certainty that it must shortly ho -ionf routed by grave finan cia:I embarrassment. The Labor r»en counter these tactics by declaring that they glory in their expenditure, and thut. they ar_- determined to stick at nothing in their efforts to develop the ' country, and benefit the many-headed 'working man...

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SOUTH YILGARN. A BIG REVITAL EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

SOUTH Y1LGARN. . ? -_z»-. ? ...' '._ ? ? A BIG EEVIYAL EXP-liCTED. Although Yilgarn has ].assed through .'? % long period of depression, varied like., a' flash in the pan by-, the Bullfinch, boom, and has xeceived more than her.' : just share --f condenination by enipt-y-i; headed croakers,.: 'it is intcjrestuig' ; to uoie the wave of prosperity that is. now , fanning its ,vay across our vast mineralt. area, it is inters song to note-...the, attention the re;-diseovery of this field has arrested and- the -.eonndenlia'l air oi thpse who knoAv Yilgarn, and whose faith in her gold-bearing deposits re-~ main unshaken by' the most da'amiug reportj^, and it is not less interesting' to; observe that our .most' promilient mining firms have proved their faith in the only substantial and effective .way, to wit, the investment of money ir\. h,er prbperfiea. To any other field whose worth did not equal that of Yil garn the''buffetings it has received at the hands of adventurous politicians and ...

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The Edna May. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

t*he £&n&LdMay. ? : — -W ? Jiist now shafehoders'lixr tho above j; mine are awaiting, withh-^reat' interest, the results that ^lioul'd :-^be.; -disclosed- during the course of !fliie w-eelvfby the , crosscut, which is .'benig; driven, from the' main, shaf t 'to intersect, the -reef .at.-. 15t)ft. On Monday 'last the verosseut ha;d : been ? ext ended; ;a dis-ttlnce' of :1 1 Of t . . ; from the shaf tj^and^a'SM't' is Jealculated , dier-^is a cotal distance .of 130ft. to drive beforethoireef is met with/ it is not unlikely the remaining 20ft. may be aceomplished. during ; the next six _ oi' .seven days. ;^. There is practically no change to report in connec'tipn with the,, crosscut, us-. -tile.'' ground; now beings pierced is similar in. every respect y the country previously ^passed' thi'ough ; by- this work. ., ' . ;. ;, :'_. ??.'?-.:?. , .';?;??: ; ,:' ['., Considerable; epiitrpversy has. beei?^ occasioned by the .ppssibilities of \i)\$i dovelbpment wbi%i'n.pw ?Ijeiu...

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After Death—W[?]Xt? SCIENCE AND EXISTENCE BEYOND SCIENCE AND EXISTENCE BEYOND THE GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

After Dsath-wr IS? SCIENCE' :._^D;;E-_IS' _fiN'CE BEYOlNr SCIENCE AND EXISTENC BE . YOND' THE GRAVE. .' At the eighty-third anuual: meeting e_ ih,o British Association 'opehvSd in the Central Hall, Birmingham- recontlyj . the president; Sir Oliver Lodged/ who ?at- tached to his address the' title :M Con- tinuity,' proeeed^l to discuss ;';the r-.lmracf.flfislic nf tho Dromisino: though; perturbing period in which' -we live. Different persons would give different answers, ' '' he said, 'but the answer I venture to give is— rapid i)rdgr-ess com- , blnea with fundalnentsl- scepticism.'; Having touched tipon these influences in the diiffer out branches- of science, and ? 'dsalt iit very masterly style with re cent theories of inatter7 fe'ir 'Uiivcr Lodge approached a subject which had b^'en widely anticipated with the deep est interest, 'the problems of psychical research. Either (he proceeded to say- we are iinmirtal beings 'or TVer:a« 'not. We may not kii'ow our destiny but we' . mu;_t...

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Police Court. (Before Mr. P. Troy, R.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

Police Court. (Before Mr. P. Troy, R.M.) A young man was charged under section 103, sub. 2, with having-been on licensed premises of the Grand Hotel on Sunday. .Nov. 2. Defend ant raised the excuse that he had called to gee a friend and was not there for the purpose of obtaining drink. Case dismissed. The licensee of the Grind Hotel was charged under section 98 for Sunday trading. Defendant was fined £5 and costs, Lionel Kingsbury was charged under section 94, sub. 2, of the Municipal Aot for having ridden a bicycle on the footway. Mr. E. S. Williams, who appeared for the de fendant, raised a point that the bye laws were not signed by the Town Clerk (Mr. Coleman). The ease -was dismissed. Wm. John Pascoe was charged under the same section, sab. 6, with driving a motor ear exceeding the six miles across an intersection. There was no appearance of defend ant, and tke bye-laws in this case being certified to by Mr. (Joleman the defendant was fined £1 and costs.

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A Sporting Offer. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

?'?--? A Sporting Offer. 1 The champions of the liquor trade aro 5n the habit of calling their i^ponents 'wowsers,' 'spoil sports, '? and other };j.tlc9 of similar calibre. The prohil)i ttoBJsts arc represented as' desiring to prohibit; ? all kinds of sports and pastime, a.s well as the sale of liquor. :.- ^To show the absurdity of these charges a. ifidy Sunday-school teacher has sent mi offer- to the secretary of the Alliance. offering to provide n t--?.ini of lady 'toni- f)eranc-i players, ro meet any team of barmaids that can be brought against - -them. This is the 'argumentum ad iominom,' or' rather, ' ' ad feminam, ' ' ''''''?-in the bost modern style. Tt is to be j . --. .'3uTped that the match will 'come oft-'-?- -?? '- ^nd that I may b0: there to see.

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The Interdict. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

The. Interdict.. v ? Not* much i-» hoped from the Confer v,-. , :6nT^ of presidents of State Boards o'f; Health to consider what is to be done cbuceruing the quarantine interdict which lias bevn laid upon Sydney. Men who cannot 'see that it is absurd to ???'???' -impose the i.dquiremcnt of vaccinaion on persons v.iio wish to travel to other States, whilst allowing them the: freest passage into this State, cannot bo expected to view any other phase of. tho subject in tho light of common : sense. If the passengers vrlio' leave Sydney are so dangerous as to necessi tate1 these special precautions, tho- al lege'd 'small pox '--which is believed' to bo mainly a contagion caught from 'vaeeina'ted persons — should have run like wildfire all over New South Wales.' ? It has douq nothing of the kind/ thus ? demonstrating that he harassing pre rauliona insisted on in the case of' in'ter-Stafe passengers were utterly un .' called for, and t-liat they therefore eon-. - slitute a shameful, abuse ...

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Warden's Court [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 15 November 1913

Warden's Court In the Warden's Court on Monday last, before Warden Troy, iiew Bay ley's Uold Mines, Limitea, applied tor six months' partial exemption over the company Js leases at Cooigardie. Mr. J^. i1. O'Dea appeared for tha applicant company. . ; Ernest i'raucis Charles Benness (the company's manager;,- sworn, sai-T tttat his company held 95 aer e^ w liich re quired 16 men to -fulfill labor, condi tions. Tktf company now applied ior partial exemption and authority to hold the leases with six men instc^ of 16. They were forced to make this application owing to want-- of capital, and they relied on the quantity of work done and money expended on the leases. An exhibit of work done on the leases between November 2nd, 1911, and October 31st, 1913, was put in; also an exhibit of expenditure between the same dates. The total expenditure amounted to £8,695, wn'ile the receipts totalled £7,163, leaving a loss roughly of £1,600. The Warden recommended that six months' partial exemption b...

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