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BLACK RANGE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

r- 'BLACK. EA^G^:' pisTEICT; : ? - : v The gold yield for the Black Range -*'? district during Qetpb-er-^asJ well piain; * tained, 6,109.14 fine ozs having been .. won £ ram 14,306.50 .-, tois, - and , 264.05 fine ozs Ijy dollying. ; ^ - The United '%M&$ treated; 775.5 tons of oro at tiio..To-uanrtie''Sfefo'iniir for 295.43 fiiie , ozs. This lease and the Western Dip, which is held by the same owners, have foee»u placed under op-, toini to, Mr. J. H, E^sceic, .ofr.Jion/loii*. for £8,000, Mr. Foster '.having/ taken the ma'tter to London for the :pufpose of raising capital. . ; -i';/.; Severa of the leases at Hancoeks ? i-eport dollied goid;:,viz;^ the Break away, 7i-2pz's.;: GomerljT-iring, 32;8r-ozs.j. Faugh-a-Ba'^aghy 7f. 22; -and Lady BUen,

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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NOTES ON THE MINING INDUSTRY. YILGARN GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

3STQTES ON I'lJE MINING INDUSTRY. X1LGAKN cid^PFIELD. .' A new 'dad. at Parker's ? Mange by' Harris and Hollow is to be tested at McKcnna ;s battery by a bulk crush ing. Until the results of this- crushing are to hand the value of th^fhid can -not be estimated, as it is a- large low grade ore body. - \ : '''/':.-\ :^ ' '? ! There have been( some .good crush ings from this- ?'? locality '? during the month, notably ; thafc ~'pf- J^ Lenneberg, if r©ni Loase $0. ' 2682^ of 10T tons for 128ozfi,, and Henderson : Bros., from Lease -iQ§3, of 60 tons for Io2ozs over jhe plates^ -: ;? ;( '; 'i . ; . /'.'... The Great VictorU is Instructing great attention at the }K?S--ivb .time. The* Mountain Queen, Ltdi.j h:is \tflken au option ov^r the Great Victoii'i, and th'ej Broncho Horseshoe ,grojp ^f-J/r/'ses are beiug; opened up t.\r - AJelbonie syndicate.- TUe--lodes \n loth :f'l u1- ties are simpif enormous,: and if .values arc high enough to. S3h;ow, a pro fit, both properties'' --'vviU-1 toe-.'...

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Death of Mr. C. Fraser. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

B%kih of Mp. C. Fpasei?. X)n Mouday, Mrs. Kyaoeh, of this 'town, who is a sister to Charley JFraser, the late - P.M. G., and who rep resents ira in the House of Kepresen tatives, received a , wire which stated that Mr. Eraser was dangerously ill, but as he was only. 33 years of age it was generally believed that he would soon be quite well again.' But yesterday when. Mrs. Ivynoch received a, wire au jiouncing . the death of her brother, .those who knew Charley were shoclced to learn of his sudden death, for when ho was here cluring the last Federal elections he looked young, healthy and vigorous. Much sympathy is felt for Ms widow, and the Mayor wired her 'the co!uiolenc-Js.oT 'the. people .of South ern Cross. . Mrs. 'Kyuoch 'says' that 'Charley is the third of the family*' to succumb with pneumonia within the past three years.-- v ? -.....? . The career of the late ' Honorable C. E. Eraser, qx-Postmas.tejr-G.ensral of. the Commonwealth, supplies- a striking example of what can be a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

is TfficnmK'oFTiE cnrni'A J .'?' .'SOLID iASS. 1 There is a popular belief that this earth on which we live is composed of a surface crust ; that within thia crust there is a molten mass heated ; to a degree beyond anything the hu- ' man mind can conceive, much, lesa measure by, degrees, or describe ia figures. a i We nave been told that this crust can only be compared to the shell of the egg, and that even this com-; parison does not do the subject jus- 1 tice* so much thinner is our earth crust, or shell, than is the shell of the egg, when the thickness of both} ts measured by the respective vol-j ume of the contents of each. | If the existing theory ia ' a mis- i taken, one, it must be admitted that it may yet be possible for man to descend to depths far ,below any he has yet attained. ' ^ - ??: The one fact upon which scientists' base the theory that the interior is a liquid mass of intense heat is that in the mines or other deep borings . ? hitherto made in the earth's' surface...

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SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

''' ~ SPEECH. \_ Talk . Happiness, the world is sad enough - Without your woes, no path is wholly rough, Look for the placed that *ra smooth and clear, And talk of them to peat the weary ear ; ? - / Of earth, so hurt lay one continuous strain Of human discontent and grief and pain. v ?- ' '. y , , -, -- -. .-.'?? , ;- \ 'Talk Faith' ' The' world is better' oft without Your uttered ignorance and. morbid doubt. If you have faith in God (good) or man. or &eif, - jj Say so — if not— push back upon tha \ shelf Of silence oil your thoughts, till Faith shall lame, No one will grievie because your lips are dumb. V Talk Health. The dreary, never ending. tale' Of mortal maladies is. worn and stalje. You cannot charm, or interest or please i By harping on that minor chord, j Disease., . / - ! Say you are well, or all is well with. \ you» ' ?..?.'? :- ??. l And God shall hear your words and.J makie them true. \ , -— Ella W. Wilcox. \ Words are things. — Byron. Thoughts are things. — Edd...

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AN [?] OF A YANKEE IN LIVERPOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

L!*ER?O£L ? .__.?. ? A cvr.m.r ^cia! traveller tells an titnusiug stoiy which he heard on ms founds. It is about a Yankee who on ]us fn at visit to Fngland recei'ti*, Landed m Li^'eupooi, crd procei..1!1 sUc'if^u to Ijojidon, put up at l.l oi the large hotels. \.n uuo coi.i^e tnj !oimd himself at Llio ta.Lle d m'»u 'lijiA-or, uiid a waiter i.pi' cached nisu oc v Jug a plate of soup 'Xo tha-a-rt':r,' he drav.lci, 'guess F won't tal.e any soup; bring me I'sh ''' ' t& - TJic waiter retired, only to bo fol lowed a few- minutes later by anoihor also arincd,-with a plate of .p.oup. ? ?'Take it away,' snapped our friend ; 'don't want iL ; gca no use t'or it,' and his command was obey ed, but then, to his c'.i?p;u?,T, there appeared on tho horizon still anotlic-r knighr, of the napkin, and still ani other ]3late of soup,, 'Oil, goidurn ? all Britishers,' shouted the now Lra-te Yankee ; 'd'ye think we dive, on soup where I was raised:?' . , '? With t'hat 'the persecution'' cease?!, f...

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MINER ACCOUNTS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

MINER ACCOUNTS ? . ? ?»? -? ?????? All accounts due by me should be sent to Mr. O. B. Moor or this offiee, and accounts due to me must be onlj paid to him or at this office.

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BETTER IF HE HAD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

&T7EH $ HE HA9, /.a a\'l country squire, returning hoir.e one night at a very unusual hour, tb-iii'-'ht lie saw a hirhi fiasli up pd go out again. Determined to in vestigate the cause, ha proccecicd to wards where he saw ino 'liglit and discovered a policeman with his arms around the neck of one of the par lour-iTn-.i;ls, who was leaning out of the svyisiflo\v. The policeman's lamp was turned on, and the embracing caused the light to flash up. On dis covering the pair, the squire called out : ^ 'Vv'hat are' you doing, here ?' 'A-courting, air. 1'se' courting Mary,' said Robert. !-It's a lie,' exclauned the irate' squire. -'What do you want a lantern for? I nevor used one -when'-. I -was a^ young man.' ?? .- : ~ No.sk*, I do»'t think yer did, judg tei JjO*a rntmg*' ret«ri«4 Rober^

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A SUCCESSFUL FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

A SUCCESSFUL PIRM. One of the most flourishing businesses in our district at the present time is that of Messrs. Wearmoatb aiid Crudace, of Burbanks. Just raeently they have acquired a large stock in ad- . dition to their already very wide range ' of lines in grocery and drapery busi- | ness. Owing to energetic efcorts, atten- \ tion to business, and the wants of the j people, this firm has built up a connec tion worthy of any town, and 1-eal residents are weill advised in making a call to inspect the large stocks of j almost every household line they would ] require. The very latest 3au be ob- i tained in dress, etc, and the usual' j lines required in dairy produce, etc., can be obtained 'fresh daily. This house is worthy of your inspection, and customers will be treated with every consideration.

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Correspondence COOLGARDIE SANATORIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

r Correspondence ..COOLGARDIE SANATORIUM. The , following is a oopy of a letter on- one above subjeuty addressed to the ''dit-)r oi: the ' -un'' newspaper, which has besa Jbanded to us for publication :— ' ? To the Editor of the ' Sun.' Sir, — It was with feelings of mingicd surprise and dipgust that we read ytmr loc-ii representative's re i'«renctjd- t.o Dr. Ehis in this;morn ing'h ' Suu/' We refer, of course, to the paragraph in» which yon air you) own' views, and which seera.3 to us to smsek s'rong]y of personal antagouism oa tha writer's part. We do noc t-\ke exception to tho remarks m.-de iii the Council Cham ber re the need of. another medical man for the district, No doubt another officer is badlyr wanted. . We do wish, however, to say that the patieus Jiote '(with the exception, perhaprf, oi au incmsidemble. min ority wbum no possible condition of Liffiiars would S'-.tistyJ are strongly of the opiwioa that Ur. JUllis is em phatically the right man in the right place- You 'wi...

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COOLGARDIE STATE SCHOOL. SUCCESSFUL SCHOLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

COCI.GASDII! STATE SCHOOL. SUOOESSFDIi' SOHOLABS. ; A't the recent bursary examination held on 24th 'and 28th September, the following sehoiais ot -the Coolgardie scJiocl were successful: — P-ergie Jef lenea (2ud place in the State) j Alan iJane (i)th place) ; Eobt. Davison (13th place). The examination is a coinpeti *tive-ohtt on the work set for Standard VII, and thirty-three bursaries' of £10 each, Lenable ior one year, are annually ?awarded. This year- Cooigardie scho.ol gained three out of the five won by scholars attending schools on the gold iields, anct only two schools in the State, Perth Boys' Gential (with nine success! ui candidates) and Perth Girls' Central .(with'. five) gained more than throe bursaries. Including the three gained this yoar Coolgardie school has enow 'gaiaed sis bursaries since 1900. ..This indeed reflects great credit upon the hetadniaster (Mr. T. Harper) and : his. staff of assistants.

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Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

Cycling, - The local boys held their usual Sat urday aternoon race on the 22nd over the two-mile course with the following result:— W. Hilii^er, 1; T. . Arnot, 2j M. Purdy, 3. In the run home Arnot was leading by about 300 yards and the xace seemed a certainty for him, when he nad the misfortune, to pune- , ture the tyre of his back wheel three- j quarters of a mile from home Rillier, i who was off the scratch mark, gradually overhauled -Arnot and just managed to .' pass him about 50 yards from the win ning post. JSio doubt Arnot was very unlucky in losing the ? race. Another . race 'Will -be held this afternoon at 5.15 ' from the Council ?„? Chambers. Wednesday's Kesulc — N.Kmgsbary, The foiluwiag are the handicapa lor me ihree-inue race staitiug frum the Town Hail ac 0.15 tu-auy— W.j.\ic (Juiiich, L. Kingobuiy,' W.. ciillier 0 ; is. Kings bury lo; b. GriiDeft 25: W. Jiaiker 6§{ i±. Davies, M, iJuray 40: \V. timitneram 65; VV-. O'oae'a;*A. Howes 70; JS.Xouzel'80 .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 November 1913

MONDAY NIGET— KING'S PICTURES J 'UNSEED COMPOUND V for soughs and colds. Loogeas gblpgin, «& lays irritatioiu _; ',,'.? -J ,r ^ __

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TINDAL'S G.M. CO. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

TINDAL'S GM. CO. As yet no deiinite news can bd ob ? tained regarding the clean-up at Tin daPs other than that everything to date is very satisfactory. ' A sinali break-down occurred during the run ox ? the battery, which necessitated a stop for a couple of days, otherwise* the whole plant has been running most satisfactorily. Apart from the fact that a quantity of gold was taken off the plates during the run, nothing can be obtained further; with the excep tion tiiat te boxes have not b-. . touched, nor an assay of the santib taken. However, the management are very sanguine regarding iuturs pros pects, and as more men are being put on that certainly makes things look Q&, ? '_ ? 3J3_jEiS£ij^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

;,NEW & SECONDHAND . J,;rMOTNG -MACHINERY. [ 1 , , , o. (J-p, EVERY DESCRIPTION^ ( %) ? i ?*?' (?'' - ._ ELAKXS^REQEI^TLTi SUPPLIED TO— ' ' |]-- . ju , o^ullfinbh Prop ietary Mine ' I; - - -Corint^iasi North Mine. , |:r , ,../,. , ;'jEd^ ^[ay Mine; ' * J « x.. -Kyarra Gold Mine. * . . |r ~- ' ( '- Rdyal Standard Gold Mine. f , ,. \ l,Greoat\ yictorious P^Iiiie, Ora Banda, Etc., Etc. C/Sh 'O« TERMS. OOlUiE^PONDENCE INVI^EIX .B.OULDER KOA1), KALGOORLIE. ' '' '';i' V'3 i-'- :J.-j..J y v-1 --J :j ??? ^U; ,'.. . ;; PBDERS may be left with Messrs.- Robinson & Luce, Sylvester Street. '* ' ,/ L ^REgAmSTp IfURNITUI^Iv A. fSPEGIAiLTY.' ^ j» ' '? I ^S7Z '?:.-...:;.:??;:?.; ^?:.^\^;:;-/w' ??.?-'?: J, .' *$ -- -Prices Given for Al| CL^^ptAQ^pfflo^^-^Yifflci'-;'-/;.' .^ -:_ p :^ V ^ ^^ Pattern Service for y\{ I , A '' W r H^ Hoi^e-D^essmaKers. ^ %^M \ fer', ^^S No. 5.~' SMALL BOY OUTFIT.*''3 - ^i^/f \ These 7 Tested Patterns, 2/6 the Complete Set—Single Patterns, 9d. each. 1 = I '...

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THE BIRTHDAY GIFT G.M. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

THE BIRTHDAY GIFT GOL Although during th'e past few days a lot of talk has bden going around regarding the putting oil of a number of men at the above mine we are pleased to be able to state that the shortening of hands .will only be oi temporary duration. Thg mine itseix has not perhaps for the gaet mouth produced or© quits ug %o its usual average, but the tributers are confident that they are going to raise much more f of xhe high value ore. I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

? .. „,--_ ^ ^, ' ^^ ' J i '' Aip you & offerer froin the ravages or laese oi ? --irt-ilir1 Di-JoasK meh ^ LuiAba^o,' Insomnia, 111 '^^N-eurasthem^etc.? -'' - lt . ^istjvo yj',,..y^ on^ot the ,many tlionsands who go L , lial'iontil!h-ii-'dailj\''toir/-d1^s:i»irig-wpary and aching t 'Ji'nib^, 'devnid of vital poji-ei*', 'and yearning for ' , . aMcviatinn ? v M '/ If so, yon at p,t lie jwy person to whose notice ; rk ' we c*?'sife tp'hriisg liie' , ' ' ,! -r °i:BJiiEF A-SSUKED, ' '. (/by waring om. rtnowned aati-RheU.liatiC Hi 1 J -'il'' ? -This Ri»-» is the (jiscovcry of an (Mjiment t-ci*Miti?t, L and\lias b?en specially treated !-}' a secret process, so ! ' that when worn- tin the fingty its healing properties are ? eommuiHfcaleil -thro't^li tlie npive.s into tho li!-»ni. t . !-, giVHig a itinhtl»\s to tb« iier,v«'3, ami pnrain«» the, hlood 1 '-ofHhe 'Uiuc A-eiB «highYH the rout of all iho,trouli!«*.( [\ Thore' is.ni; niofoSori-iMS danger to the health than -^ i1ie' piespiic...

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Mining A WIDGIEMOOLTHA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

Mining A WIDGIEMOOLTHA SHOW. Messrs Pustchuken and Carrol, who hold a P.A. about throe miles from Widgiemooitha, have crushed 42 tons at the State battery daring; the week lor. a return of a little over half an ounce over the, plates, ana the sands assayed 6dwts. This is a good^jif ushing from one of the h'uesi propositions in the district. Tiiej have a four-foot lode on this pro perty, but are unfortunate in not being able to crash nearer their show than (Joolgardie. This is a pro position that a company could look at without fear, and we feel eure that from its present appearance a good mine would be the result.

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NORTH CORINTHIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

, NORTH CORINTHIAN. * ., Tli,e whole plant pn this mine is row In full swing, and A\e anticipate that costs- will 'be reduced to 10/ per ton ,111 January, when the running will be normai. Last ..month theyv wv.ro 11/', but the run was not a f air , test. ^ It is the shows that can be mined :ind treated at a cost of 10/ that are going to make Western Australia,; and L as tli'ere are plenty of them available, the North Corinthian are doing! well by leading the Avay to *futimi expansion a&ft progress. A big inflow 'of^ water was encountered in the crosscut at the' 200ft .level, and as/ tlie i]ump and tanks are not able to cope with tho$ the reel' cannot bc leached J until an addition!* pump has' b-?en' installed.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913

MOlSriJAt . NIGHT— KING'S -??'?v; ???PIQTUBB8

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