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THE EVOLUTION OF THE HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913
THE SVOLUTIOHr OP THE HOBSB. Whilst all domestic animals have, througli the cediqis process of evolu tion, undergone : wonderful changes, none of them hate attained so great distinction in this respect as the horse. In the bovine of so-day we find a re semblance to the fossil remains ,of millions of years ago. The same- is trua with sheep and pig. There are changes in form and in the size of cattle, pigs, akeep,- and goats, as well as of tliedog. But still in a general wa£ then anatomical structure resem bles that which is found in the fossil romaina of these animals in the eocene formation of the ipcks. But not so witn the horse. It has been determined from fos oiie, of a reputed age of three and a half millions of y^ars, that his foim more nearly resembled that iof the eat of the present day, and that his size was littfe above that of a large tox. A akeJeton of this desiription bas been installed is. fcu© jsonurica,. Museum of Natural History. Instead of having a cne-toed foot wit...
BE A SUNBEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913
SB A SUHSSAHL \ Can't you wliistl© just a bit, Laddie, as you go? Srighten up some weary heart That is acMag D&- V Can's you sin^ a bit of Eong, Maiden, ao you pass aioagS Can't you /anile G-acs ia a wMl% Thcaigli tMngs do gp- ^s&n§i Caa't you ©pond a little time Making pthero fcappyl? «,,-, Or are you on© of the Jsing. Always cross aad snappy ? J£ you sso, I'H lik© t® gay, Better turn asouad to-€a^a Givo a fesiai Hurry, mail©'—- .'?:.? Hggcar, broadoE1 — ihsb'® &o *&&%. ) ? Idptenl lado and lassieo, So©I ! (JTMU not tak© m.mh tsxm), | What would this old dajk ?vsawld So Without/ God's Gunohiao? C3B,*fe -kg bo His Qunbs&^Cj Ssof Ssattor brfghtneao tlija -world t&EG^rjb^ Laugh aad fey . . 'Stoafi.- ®f . ssp—i E&m ear mctt© tMa:;-''B3 teas.' i
AN UNVIOLATED RENT [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913
_9 ? . A certain club, the nanc ni w'lich need not be mentioned has rtrict regulations o^ainst gambling. A quartet of club members deurbd to break the rule by a game of bridge for small stakes, so they ad journed to one of the small room:: and told the old servant to bring l nack of cards. When 'h» brought them, one of tin; members' 'asked:'1 'John, . I suppose it would be something, utterly new in this club if we were to do . such a thing as play, for money with these cards !' The waiter scratched his head, and deliberated, finally answering .:' 'Sir, I've*. been in this club a -long time, and I've seen many things.' ^ 'Yes, but what have you seen ?' 'I've seen every rule of this club, violated except one.'* ?'What is that one ?' ' 'The r-jle against, giving tips to the servants'.' '. At least two Colonial sailors have attained the rank of, Admiral in the British Navy — namely. Admiral C. C. Drury. .and- Admiral Arcb.ibaldf?-Dou- glasJ'* Both were born, in Canada.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913
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THE POWER OF WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913
THE POWEH.OF'WILL * 'Hypnotism, my denr fch-, i3 i._ magnificent, wonderful thins !' «ai ' the 'visitor to his friend Lliu hyj :k Lisi. 'That exhibition y-r.; ' g:m lact night was strikingly convincing rir. You am? posfw^rei .viih n tarr- power that »s givon, to few mm tc display. You wield a mighty aiid unseen force, sir.' ' ' 'I'm glad you found it so in Lei estingV reiiUT.cd the - li^.io.i^ ''Yes ; v--i!.li all duo modesty, I ;L!ii i'1 I may say that T oan na':o p'c ; 1 Jo ji*ivthij)g\ In the pyozcrcc of ; Jiypr^tist such as T, any person, re tnattcr how atronp-willfd, .mavlv ccnie a slave. All I want is fa frli--ht acquaintance ' with my 'subjects,' cind I havo Lhejn miclcr co:v.',)u ic f..u ,'ecticn. It is s:.i::]y nijl..^ foi them to pi', their wil!.-i a^a/n.sf :ni.^ li\ey can do not! :-':' vilJi me '' ?? SrcV'only a Khi'ill, - !ii!r:!i fe1''1 voico in 'The nest ' : oom bj'oi.e i:i(/ ??'?ir -ii.'.cu°si-'-'. '- - -, * ?John,' cued- the yo'co 'Jlno, LJ-pt nasl.v-sif.cIliJig ciw'...
A PREDICAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913
A PREDICAMENT/ ? ^ ? (it Mr. Foodie knew well the veli:e oi an initial laugh which it 'is so neces sary to introduce into the beginning of a speech, to put the audience into a good temper, and especially so ' when a discussion 0/ ' some ' weighty subject is to follow. . 'Astronomy tells us,'' he began, 'according to our learned friend \vLo has just sat down aftei- jiis most in teresting remarks on that fvscijiatinj: science, that an express Irani, travel ling at the rate of one hundred nrili'- a second, would. take several million years to l'each a certain star.' He paused and beamingly; looked round on the assembled company. 'That was the statement,' sairl a neighbour. ' ? ; ? 'I was just thinking,' went on Mr Poodle, 'what a predicament a 11 an would be in if he 'missed the last train and 'had to walk !'
DAMNED DAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913
&AMKED SAMS. Sqm© dam$ relieve one's thirst; other dams relieve one's feelings, bu.^ there are eom© of the damnest dams on South Yilgsm th&t the Golden West has ever possessed. There is one at Parker's Eange that epst £13,00Q ©iglitgda ^arg &gp9 and has nsver held water beesaGe that fluid. ia§ a habit of poreolatiag threugia, a gravel bottom. A 3isp£j eS ®ameat @? triaadad wculfi set eosS © pi^t deal, and if it were Sssdi 'the ^Tatsg1 ifemines tiiat have estarded wosfe esvissy summer since the big esesratioia waq mad© would cease, ] sad pyospeotOTa tswiM h&va a reason-. Qfe^ g9«$ ehsiiea af doing the big dis- ' .^iefi judder. ©t^erEmcait after Gov-j SpamoBt lisg j^osijssal to kave some- 1 feMsQ. ^esg^ oad Giareraaieiit altes] diysresassst Sog l»ofe@a its promissa ag ^^d£ffi?V e^? ^oagh tae breaking1 the late Government spent seven or eight thousand pounds on a splendid big tank, but the good folk who were Jfco benefit, say that the tank site must ! ha...
Coolgardie Council. SWEARING-IN CEREMONY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913
[?] SWEARING-IN CEREMONY. The anove ceremony took place at the Oonncil Chambers on Tuesday at 3 p.ra , when Mr A. P. Wymond,. J.P.. administered the oath of office to the Mayor (Mr D. Macpherson), who, in turn, swore in CrR. Nisbet and J. Kay Hal!, auditor. Messrs Sheedy and Linkson (elected council lors), who - were unavoidably absent, will be. sworn in .at a future date. At the conclusion of the ceremony Or Faahan, in very complimentary remarks, congratulated the Mayor on being elected for the second time, and trusted this year of office would be even more successful than the past. , ? Crs Mercer, Nisbet, and Linkeon (who arrived late) also ,. spoke in complimentary terms of the Mayor. The 'Mayor proposed the health of Mr A, P. Wymond, and trusted he would live long to do good work in che i Jd town, ? ,? , . '..' Mr Wymond thanked the Mayor most heartily for his kind toasfc. Mr J, Kay Hall also gave thanks I for the mauner 'in which; his health I haet been drim k,
AN EASY [?] [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913
til EASY i.t ^ A woll-Knowh mrval ch.i., of a conversation he once o ii*.^ between two ma,rineis \ 'id '.v:i. arguing as to who bar! the l^a^v worlv to do on board a nav-or-wir 'It's the chanlain.' said tho f.ial. 'Tov d';. p make that out V' as^ eci the c'i cord. * * Bna tc lie a-:i t ?:ot no woik t ilr i' J ?.'- iia;- to do i. ij ,' j. . ..tvoici lua.-i. o .. uiicC ii. dis o . lii't'^fo' I , l.t Jack.' &- ''n -'Tt's t'-e cvMi - ' i marines. ' 1 } - n's that '-' ' '. (.11. my bo\ . f-- you say, tho cha; lai i's got nothn » to do and all aay In co'/'it :n , luit i ? iap'11 o) maniii'S .he am c t^ot anything to do and all da.\ to do it in, tuid a licu tenani' to help him to do it.'
Fortnightly Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913
Fortnightly' Meeting ? ' The fortnightly me.eting was held on Thursday evening, when His Wor ship the Mayor held his position in the chair, aud, with one exception, there was a full attendance of council lors, The minutes of the previous meet ing and correspondence were read and confirmed. Accounts amounting to £96 11s 6d were passed for payment, The health ;- inspector reported fcha district to be in a clean and healthy condition, there being no cases of in fections diseases to report, ? I
Bullfinch Proprietary. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913
.Bullflneh PF@ppiomp^8 The following is a copy of a cable gram which has been sent to tho Lon don office of the above company: — . 'jMo. 2 (southern) Series Ore Body, 210ft. iievel. Co-ordinate distance SlU feet north and 405ft. west,, started west drive from the north crosscut 450ft. west. Drive extended lift, total lift, in sulphide ore, average width, is 6ft., average value £2/2/6.'
LINDSAY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913
T _' LINDSAY'S. ' .- ._ -' ^ .' ..P ' ' ft : The lease held by Messrs. Sparks and party at the old Lindsay lease is still Rowing good results, and another good crushing is being taken out; to bo put through the mill before Xmas. Other shows being worked about IdE&E&y's also still continue to give prospocta and now that this portion, of our geld producing country is looking up again, perhaps it will be the means of- in ducing outside capital to again make its appearance. There are many places around here that could be worked with confidence that good stone ?would be produced. Xone of our mines have been developed to any real extent, and the majority of them were in the eldon days absolutely dismanaged, tksr©by I shortening the lives of many ol them, I which meant the downfall ©f §ikei gnqws., apart from f rightonisQ tho (foreign capitalist to invest any tf£ his i money into what would not li&va bean I the worsfe speculation h« had us&er- taken. ., , :....
A VISIT UNDERGROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913
A VISIT UNDEKGEOUNS. Our. repseEenfcativv. went thssugk tko iwfcole of tae underground woifeiagg aa£ £ quad that stoping ^as g&&g « qyer widths of from 6ft. to 50£fc.,j uaft that every ton broken was being milled. Though some cay that taer© are ao values at the 300ft. l&srel, it was ^m that stripping the level ©v&r a width of ? 25ft. had aot locateS both waUs, and that stripping was still is. pro gress. A rigs ?from the Gae&oa that is beia^BtripP®* 'shooH emamb with a xmza imm the 2BQtb. lew* t$^$& a management to draw larger supplies j from the bottom of the mine. /The j iinding of Oft. of 42/ ore on the south- ! em series must be regarded as a saias- f factory development, but owing to the i air supply being rather bad, it will ; not be possible to do much in the new find until a connection is pushed through to the level above. It was seen on the surface that some open ei, ting was going on o-rer big widths, but as the open cutting p...
INTERVIEW WITH ME. D.L. DOOLETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913
INTERVIEW WITH ME. D. L.\ DOOLETTE. Can you :ell us why shares aro drop ping in pries? '1 have spent pom© dajs op. the mine, and see no cause for uneaainees. ' ' ^Ls another shaft to be put down? 'The Board Have not decided upon anv shaft, sinking.' I .Waat about the; reduction ia grade? I — ? ♦ Some months ago 'we announced g that the grade would be reduced as | ^ooa. sta our overdraft had been paid 8 off, so\when we do treat lower grade | ore, we shall only be carrying out the J policy agreed upon, months ago.' I Have you still faith in th« property? -—' Undoubtedly,' and am convinced that it will dp aU that the Board have said it would do.' Some shareholders havs expressed alarm because open cutting is going J on.—' That's odd, for a property that can ba worked on thQ open cut system over big widths and maintain the grade that we are treating, is grpyiag that values are not confined to sarrow jwdibs.' _._..?....? ? '.. iu— .d^-a^*
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913
MONDAY NIGHT— KING'S PICTURES m IlfALIPS mi th® ;gi m Bengers Food is quite M 8 distinct from any 'other. V& H It possesses the re- BE M mprfcahle property of%\ M rendering milk, with^. H which it is mixed when fj|; 3Bf used,^ quite easy -?/|E;0 S digestion by infants g|: IM and Invalids.. :- . ^: H ioSi D0 alS 8ta!8ts,So. |S
The Neglected Farmer and the Prospector's "Bob." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 December 1913
The Neglected Farmer and the Prospector's ' Bob' In thig land of poison country, sand plains and. . drpught-stricksen stretches, the poor farmer is beset with count less woes. -If the Irish blight is not in the potato crop, the rust or takeali attacks his wheat; the rain either falls at the wrong time, in the wrong place, or neglects to fall altogether; if he don't get San Jose scale in his or ehard, his poultry gets the pip, his stock get poisoned or his horse gets bjOts. When hd gets a dry season it spells ruination, and vnien ne gets the goldfields water laid on he gets ^uined just the same. If some (government expert does not find pleura ia the dairy cows, it ia a sure thing that one of the other experts will find that his cow house. is not built on proper lines, or that there ia a gosfc in Mo vines v. i necessitates the destruction, of trees that are just starting to bear 'fruit. Though his lot is a hard one to bear, Mr. Cookie manages to retain suincient energy to almost kick ...
MINING CORRESPONDENCE (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 December 1913
MINING CORRESPONDENCE (To tha Editor.) Sir, — In response to your request in jour leading .. article of- the 22nd November last, I encose a newspaper cutting which I think will interest your readers, especially those engaged in mining. May I suggest 'that the development oi tne sso. y level at i/us feet in depth from the surface on the Main. Lode at Burbanks should be worth watching 'by the public of Cool gardie, and outside of your goldfields by any whomever will, forget the 'Old Camp.V Is i this depth the greatest' at which a payable. reel, -has been -found) or did Bayley's Company -open up a payable reef at their. 1,000ft. level? Anyhow, this level is the deepest at the present time in the Coolgardie gold field actually being driven, and is proof of the permanency of Cqolgardis reefs Sn depth.— Yours, etc., 'MINES.' Pecember 1, 1913.
TINDAL'S G.M. COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 December 1913
TINDAL'S G.M. COMPANY. At last authentic and official news fcas been obtained' regarding TindaPs. Information with regard to this pro perty has eagerly been looked forward, to by the people of the district gener ally. A paragraph following gives Gxact details, and it will be seen that the crushing went about 8%dwts. This, considering every detail connected with the fresh starting of the mine, is in every way very satisfactory, and is one that for the present should be encour aging generally. 'More men have been inquired for, and work at present, aa will be seen by the official report, is being pushed ahead steadily. Th© following is the report senfc to the head office, Melbourne, un&ed date December Stli^-lSlS}— ?? 'Eight hundred (800) tons of ore from development work has been put through the mill for a return of 173 ozs. 6dwts. 18grs. of gold, having an ap proximate value of £606. Average sam ple of the tailings assay 9/3 per ton. 'Thia lode has been crushed over fieshly s...