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The State Battery March Returns [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

' The State Battery March Returns The State batiepy had a highly suc cessful. run during March, and in all, [ i ,104 tons were treated for 1 ,242 ozs lor an average of loz 2dwts 12grs per [tor!, which must 'be regarded as high ; j.v sjuisfactory. Sorrie very poor stone was put through but a few rich par cels brought the average up. Of these | pride of place is taken by Charlie j Mitchell's pjiiesl of 10 tons for 210ozs |3d\vb'. Then came Hansen's more ] su!n-f antial 'crushing' from the Ben jamin George, 74 tons giving 301ozs 16dwts, an average of 4ozs ldwt 13-6 grs ; and Hogg's ore f*-om the Union j Jack South (Camel Paddock) gavej the splendid average of 3ozs, 9 dwts \ 6 grs. E, B. Robins, p.a. 820, aver- j aged 1 oz. 15 dwts 7 grs, and J. A. | Prears, p.a. 814, gave an average of 1 oz 7 dwts 3 grs. Several good re turns came from Burbanks' parcels. The Grlenloth (Berryman an party) crushed 39 tons . for 130ozs 3d\vts. y'rom die Bell Bird, Alford and Mer cer crushed 11^ tons for a...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A Mythical Slug [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

A Mythical Slug Rumors have been in circulation during the past few days to the effect that W. Messenger had found a big slug at the Three-Mile alluvial patch. The weight of this piece of gold had beeri Worked up to 260 ozs before the rumor was tracked to its lair (liar) and it was then found that Messenger was on good dirt, but there were no sensational gi£cei3-

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
BURBANKS DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

BURBANKS DISTBICT. Apart from the Main- Lode and Birth day, there are a number of shows in the Burbanks district that have been giving 'a good account of' themselves of late.- Taking in the properties at Cheapside, Lord Bobs, Fenian Gully, Londonderry road, and the Glenloth end, it is now maintained that the erection of a small modern and eco nomic crushing plant in the district is desirable, and would prove profitable to anyone investing capital therein. It is hardly likely that the Govern ment would put up a State mill within six or seven mile.s of the Coolgardie battery, but leaseholders have to cart their ore for a distance of from four and a half to twelve miles. S'or this reason the erection of a .ocate battery ' at Burbanks now finds some local ad vocates. The nearest of .these shows to Cool gardie is the Burbanks Ivanhoe, situ ated on the fiat below the Glenloth, and held by Carson and mate. A crushing from this was cleaned up at the State battery a few flays ago when | 43% ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TINDAL'S MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

TINDAL'S MIttE. A new pnase in the control of Tin dal's-niiue was entered upon a few days ago, when Mr. A. Mercer step ped out of the position of attorney, which he has filled since the retirement of Mr. Roberts, and Mr. W. Faulls stepped in. It was generally hoped' that Mr. Mercer's appointment would be made permanent, but Mr. iTaulls is also wedl known in the district. He was in control of the 'Westralia and Eastern Extension mine ai; Bonnievale until it was closed down, and. many are of opinion that that property should be working still. It AVill be re membered that it was flooded at the time of Varischetti's sensational en tombment. We are all considerably in the dark as to what will be done at Tindal's, but a good deal depends on the response the shareholders make to the call of 3d., per share. An offer is now before Mr. Faulls to lease por tion of the battery to the Empress syndicate, but no decision has yet been arrived at. The mine has to be un watered, however, and the offe...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

: MINING. NEWS AND NO'ifES. Since they got on to the present make of stone the tributers at the - Pride of Jourdies (Messrs. J^raasliav/ and party) nave obtained good results. ' J\. parcel of 4i2 tons nas now been cleaned up at the plant on .the mine for an average return of zozs. 4chvts. over the plates. Kunanalimg is in a bad way just now, owing to the scarcity 01 water. The Government dam is dry, and pros pecting is ' hampered in consequence. It has now become necessary' eo cart water from the bore at Jourdie Hills, and this is being used by prospectors 1 ,. and townspeople. At ^Norseman, water has become a serious problem again, and now amali supplies are being trained down from 'Widgiemooltha. The Government dam there, however, is nearly dry, and, 'when this gives out, water will have to be taken all the wa_y irom Cool gardie. At the IS'orseman mines the scarcity of water is severely felt, and there is little immediate piospect ol xelief. The average cost of milling to those wh...

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RIFLE NOTES. COOLGARDIE EASTER SHOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

RIFLE NOTES, * /COOLGARD1E EASTER SHOOT. j 1 .The Coolgardie Rifle Club's Easter j | prize meeting was concluded last Sun- % || day on the Coolgardie range. Three ^ 1 ^ trophies were open for competition, te; the matches extending over two days. ,';* The attendance of members was highly satisfactory, and the general arrange- ^ nients and marking were ail that could ' ' be desired. A plgasing feature was . ^ ?.[ the form shown by some of the new members, M. P. Dunne being worthy ^ e of special mention. . „ In the 'Clarke' trophy J)unne tied ^ ?- with R. E. Loyall for first \lace. The &. shoot oft' is to take place at. a later ^ date. ' j. \ The 'Rigdon' match, tit figure tar- \^ gets, was won by L. Mich©ll (of small ; = bqre fame), after an exciting finish '^ p= with Gr. Mercer. The 'Union Jack' trophy, also at . ', figure targets, and the last match of ' _ the meeting, resulted in a very 'close . ' contest. On making up the scores it, was found that R. J. Hollands, R. U. 'Ri...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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THE GREAT FASOLA. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

. THE GREAT FASOLA. Fasola, the famous illusionist, and hypnotist, whose recently ' successful season at II.M. Theatre, Perth, created such T7idospread attention throughout the ' State, will positively ? make his first appearance in Coolgardie at the Town Hall, on Tuesday and Wednes day next, 8th and 9th April, in spite ox tne recent, railway smash. The visit of the famous artist to this cen tre will undoubtedly be the theatrical event of the year. Tho fame of this wonder worker has already preceded him, and it is safe to assert that crowded houses will greet each of his performances here. Faso3a has made hh name a household word through out Eugland, America and the Oon tinent}, where for many years ho has appeared at all the principal centres. It was whilst appearing at the London Coliseum that the late Mr. Harry Eiekards first saw the greaf, Fasola ;s performance, and immediately offered him an enormous salary to visit Aus tralia. At the time Fasola was booked heavily for two year...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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A Review of the Quarter's Progress. SOME SPLENDID RETURNS FROM SMALL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

A Review of the Quarter's S0MB SPLENDID RETURNS' FI1OM ;?'; SMALL SHOW!?. Aa happens, on all goldfields the owners of small-shows invariably -crush as much ore as : they can get out, in order to get. away for'-' the Christmas holidays. This accounts/for the returns for last November and December beinpt higher than the yields for any two months during the past 20 years, but as will be seen by some of the figures quoted beJow, it is evident that though the individual owners and small parties took cut big and rich crushings in order to go holiday making at' the festive season, they by no means depleted their ore reserves, ,f or ? among the parcels put through at the 10 batteries which mill for the public on this field the following go to the credit of Yilgarn for the first quarter of this year : — Weston's Battery ton Si oz. dwjb. Edna May ... 840 1789 Sunbeam Battery — Erasers clean-up .., 100 335 Haddon ... 1S1 77 ? Great Leviathian .... 160' 90 Frasers tributers .., 30 11 10 Hope's ...

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AN AUSTRALIAN MINING MAN IN CORNWALL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

AN AUSTRALIAN MINING' MAN ' IN CORNWALL. ' Eddie ' King, who is so well-known in Western Australia, is making, good in 'die old country. He was superin tendent and general manager of the ?Carnbrea and Tineroft tin mines at Cambourne, in Cornwall, and has now launched out as E. S. King and Co., mining managers and. consulting en gineers. They have charge o'f at least four of the big mines in Cousin Jack land. Finding the business increasing ; very rapidly, the .firm have taken Mr. Trevor King (brother to Eddie) from the Carnbrea and Tineroft tin mine and put him into the office of E. S. King and Co., and the directors have appointed Mr: Walter McDermo'ct (brother to Jack, of Gwalia, and son of Mr. McDermptt, of Cue) as resident superintendent of j;he Carnbrea pro position. It redounds to the credit of the Australians who havo gone from this State to the mines of Cornwall to find that they have already reduced costs to a certain extent, and brought mining reports, and assay reurns mor...

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WESTON. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

' .^WESTOW-;-''/ The ; owners' : of the Golden Point, Messrs.. Kirk, State and party, sank through 20ft. of cement and then pushed the shaft down another 20ft. before they opened out. Like the Edna May, they were merely making a stab into the crust of the earth, but they had taken the precaution to line oil' that which they believed to be line of the Edna: May, and though they did not find anything at the bottom of the shaft, they found by driving 70ft. to tho north that there was a big lode ? there, and they have gone 12ft. into it without locating the hanging wall. They say that values are, most encour aging, and in order to test the' deposit at a depth, they intend to sink an other shaft to 100ft. This find is about 10 chains from the workings of the Edna May. ' , . Holmes and party, sank 40fti and in tersected the ree'f; they are now going to continue sinking on the- ore until they strike water. When they do this, they intend to drive: along the lode, and ascertain its value. Ry...

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THE LAST ENGLISH DIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

THE LAST ENGLISH DIVER. Report reached Broome on Wednes day that' diver Beesley. working on one of Eobinson and Norman's boacs, and' the last of the imported white divers, had died from paralysis at the j Grave Yard, Sygnet Bayy and was I buried there. It will be rem-ambered that B&esley resolved, in an endeavor 'to make a success of his search for shell,, to abandon the scientific methods in diving, takb a colored tender, and dive for shell in a similar manner to that adopted by Asiatic divera. Ah! Lackl-p' Nor '-West Echo.' The hand that signB the cheque rules the world. ?' EVery good politician has the courage of ! h's lack of conYic;ionE, ^ i

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Out of the Frying Pan into the Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

Out of the Frying Pan into the Fire; ? The whole system of compulsory ar bitration is menaced from another quarter. When the gasmen again 'brought their case before Judge Hey don, his Honor insisted on the impor tance of appointing an independent arid impartial chairman, otherwise, he. pointed out, the consumers of gas would have no consideration whatever. The companies and the men could agree to increased wages, as demanded, and 'pass on' the additional cost to the public. This is becoming so cry ing an evil, and is increasing the cost of living to so formidable an extent, ' that it is merely a question of time when the people, in simple self-defence, will have to rise in their might and sweep away the whole fabric of con spiracy and extortion, which has grown up under the shelter of the endeavor to- establish 'collective bargaining' on a firm footing. JuSge Heydon, though he is an ardent supporter of the system, told the parties plainly that the cost of administering it was becomi...

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The Irresistible and the Immovable. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

The Irresistible and the . Immovable, It 'has long been apparent that, sooner or later, the irresistible must come into conflict with the immovable' — in other words, that,, the foolish fan cies with, which tfc.e men have been so so/iuously filled would take shape in demands which not even . a 'Labor' Government could concede. By .all the ^canons of good government, ? this is jvist such a ease. In the first instance, when it .-was declared by a Board of Inquiry that Russell was not guilty ? ?.of 'one of the offences which were as ! signed as tlie cause of. his dismissal,; the' miners demanded that his former employers should reinstate him. This, on- the face of it, seemed a monstrously arrogant claim. If an employer could be : compelled to retain a man whom he' '-would rather be witliout, then jus tice would demand that, a miner could also be compelled to work for an em ployer against his will. The company flatly refused, and uie Government, after putting as much pressure on it as i...

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HOPE'S HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

' V HOPE'S. HILL. 0 'Sullivan and party are , . . putting-' 70 tons through at the Hope's Hill battery from a kaolinised lode near the old manager's house, and as this de posit is 25ft. in width, they will be satisfied if it yields anything above r4dwts. per ton. The- water main to Bullfinch passes within a few 'hundred yards of the lease, but as lias been de monstrated over and over again vhat extensions from the pipe line are a ccirse to mining, the fact of there be ing a water supply handy is not a blessing to those who try to work low ™rads ore, for those who have con-, trol of the G.W.S. are not yet aware that the first essential to the success ful treatment of low grade auriferous deposits is. a cheap and plentiful sup ply of water; If the farmers have a bad season, and it in found that the costly extensions on the agricultural areas are nothing more or less than a waste of money, it may dawn on thq fatheads that, after all, the industry f or . whicll: the scheme was built, ?,...

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CORINTHIAN NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

\ ? :? CORINTHIAN ' NORTH. . * .On Monday everything was ready for a. start on the Corinthian' North .battery, but as one of the driving ropes had not arrived from the railway sttaion at Southern Cross, those who were so anxious, to hear the music of the mill had to bide thfcir time until tho Tuesday morning's train arrived with the much-needed rope. As soon as it was spliced a start was- made a't crushing, and now there will be no de lays, other than those which are inci dental to the starting of any battery.

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A PREDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

A PREDICTION. In this issue we review the progress that has been made on Shis 'field during the past quarter, but as many of the returns, for February aro not yet at thy. Mining Registrar's, we cannot go into figures re the actual yield, but we can make a prediction as to the output during the next quarter,, and that is that the yield from Yilgarn during the '.next .three months will be worth about £114,000^01' almost as much as the wnole of last year's output was worth.

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Yilgarn Mining. SOUTH YILGARN. THE MARVEL LOCH CO. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

:^f f-0°£8 ff° 01 ? /l/t''frfi13'ii HO8 THE 'MARVEL LOCH CO. Yesterday the -visiting director of the Marvel Loch Co., Mr. E. C. Byason,., fixed up an option over the Comet lease for his company. The terms of the- option are particularly liberal, con sidering that the lease over which the .option has been ta'ken has milled 1,167 tons for an average of £9 /T/ per' ton. The option is for 12 montlis, but a payment has to be made at the end of . six months should the purchasers decide to go on with the deal. The price put on tho property is only £3,000,. and during the currency' of, the option 'the Marvel Loch Co. are to carry on certain dove fopments, and ;under certain conditions they have the right to take out the reserves which are now blocked otit; Altogether it looks a 'good thing for the Marvel Loch Co. '? ' -. ; '? '; ' ?

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Goldfields' Races. THE AUTUMN CARNIVAL [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

, Goldfielc&s* Races. Till: AUIDMN CARNIVAL . Tin* anlrniri- round nF the jjoldfields' , rndiijj clubs iugius at Bou!o«u\ uu the ' 19th inst, Hiul (j!:.)S's at (Joblgnrdie on May 17, so t hat v\e sluiil l-«3 hi the ? , thick ot n/o.rt. «-»Crt nioru. 'Jlie ilates nilot'e i to; the ilin-e club-* aro : — ?Boi-.lder, April liJ, 23. and 28; Kal {joiirlte, Miiy Jj. 7, and 10; and (Jool ganlie May I-i and J7. The t*L_kes provided for tlie curtijcal aiuuiiui. to . 7,305 suvs., nud will Ixj ; mid out by the ?oluiis as follows : — ]3 wider, 3,0l0 ; K-*itro.-ili!', 3,2^0; and CooSgrrrdie. 1,055 6uvn. In (inlcr to in --t the coiiri-uirnce of thoM? ivi-iilin^ H.iijrtfviit to Ui« lailway ' Him' llif d-'()U. Uiit'iil has agreed '(.u HrtT. j-qa^sc «'t liii* ;-e -leuny 'of tito' Cui ]- jjmdiu Dull) to Ho: i Llic rX_iresjS' hC -.ll Ktalions bt'tvvfVii C5'Uthcrn Cross : al:d Oooltfimli ? un focii liiiti day, both - .n lite way i;p tro;n Perth an I on ti e return jouim-y. l'lieiv will hI-ju bo ...

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CORRESPONDENCE BRITISH INCOME TAX AND AUSTRALIAN RESIDENTS. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

[?] BRITISH INCOME TAX AND AUSTRALIAN KESIDBITTS. ('To the Editor.') Sir, — As considerabls doubt exists in .;.--.--? the minds of persons residing in Aus tralia as to the claims that can be made for re-payment b~f British Income .. . Tax deducted from dividends derived irom British or Foreign sources, per mit us to put before them the claims that can be made, as to a large number of' residents substantial sums are due: 1. Claims in respect of Tax. deducted '?';'-. from interest or dividends payable in the United Kingdom on foreign or colonial Government and other securities, stocks, etc., irrespective of the total income. ? 2. Claims for abatement of Tax de ducted- from dividends or rents ; from the United Kingdom provided, that the claimant is, or -as been, em ' ployed in the service of the Crown, or is emploj'ed in the service of any Missionary Society abroad, or any of the native States under the Pro , teetorate of the Britisri Crown, or . is resident abroad for the sake of ? he...

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Our Eastern Letter. Sydney, March 18th 1913. More Strikes. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913

Our Eastern L©ttei7;iiT-.' Sydney, March 18th, -1913. More Strikes. At the time of writing only two of the collieries on the south coast are at .work. This is where the Bulli coal, which is largely used by steamships* ?comes from. The supply is arranged for from day to day, and great incon venience is, or course- Being causeu by the stoppage.- This inconvenience, and the fear that greater^ trouble may be caused by other- unions making common cause with the strikers, is re lied upon by the leaders of the men as an infallable means of enforcing their demands. The ' 'crawfishing 'of the Government in- the recent gas strike' certainly warrants such a sup position. The -watchword has gone forth, 'If you want^ bigger wages, shorter hours, or to ? have your own way in any other particular, all you have to do is to get up a sufficiently formidable strike, or even to threaten such a convulsion. ' ' It is not surpris ing that so congenial an instruction is being very generally acted upon: At ...

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