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Amusements King's Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913
Amusements King's Pictures In order not to clash with Fasola Coy, King's Pictures will be shown on Monday night instead of Tuesday when a splendid programme of films will be presented, including: The Big Sister, a drama by the Thanhouser Coy; A Bohemian Heart (Pathe): A &nbsp; Soldier's Duty (Edison drama); also a sparkling comedy by the Vitagraph Co, Four Days a Widow; and Bachel- or Buttons by the same company in which the favorite actor John Bunny is seen at his best. On Thursday next the star, exclusive feature Swedish three-reel drama " In the Springtime &nbsp; of Life " will be screened.
The Great Fasola. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913
The Great Fasola. &nbsp; On Tuesday and Wednesday even- ings next the public of' Coolgardie will have an opportunity of witness- &nbsp; ing the wonderful feats of the Great Fasola, who, as an illusionist and &nbsp; hypnotist, has been mystifying his &nbsp; audiences everywhere. He created a &nbsp; sensation in Kalgoorlie this week with &nbsp; his remarkable feats. One of the &nbsp; smartest was that in which Fasola entered a large cage placed in the centre of the stage ; a cloth was drawn round the cage for a moment, and when it was withdrawn the cage was occupied by a young lady, while at the same moment Fasola walked into the hall through the side door. Fasola, is supported by an excellent vaudville company, and the pro- gramme, as a whole, is the best that has ever been presented to a Cool- &nbsp; gardie audience. &nbsp;
Correspondence Working Mon's Club To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913
Correspondence &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Working Men's Club To the Editor. Sir— If I am not too late in the &nbsp; field I would like to suggest to the &nbsp; Committee that are considering the &nbsp; &nbsp; question of a Working Men's Club in this town of 20 licenses that the wives of the prospective members be re- quested to frame the rules governing the institution, or alternatively that &nbsp; &nbsp; it be a club for both sexes, thus fitting &nbsp; in with the term equality — we are so &nbsp; proud of using, but wot not the true meaning of. &nbsp; &nbsp; Yours truly, &nbsp; &nbsp; TORCHY. &nbsp; &nbsp; Coolgardie, April 1st. &nbsp; &nbsp;
A BRIGHTER OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913
A BKIGHTER OUTLOOK. When the "Coolgardie Miner" was &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; promoted, under the present auspices, it was announced that the chief object was to make an effort to stimulate the mining industry and attempt to bring about the development and treatment of the low grade lodes that abound in the district. At the same time, sight was not lost of the fact that there are some very rich shows in the district, and reference has been made to some &nbsp; of these in our two previous issues. The first of these mentioned was the Union Jack South (J. Hogg, junr.), in the Camel Paddock, from which 32 tons yielded 121ozs. 9dwts., or an average of 3ozs. 15dwts. 21grs.; but &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; following that was the crushing from the Benjamin George (Hansen), at the &nbsp; &nbsp; old Australasia, about three miles south-east of the town. From this 74 tons gave 301ozs. 16dwts, an average o...
GUESSING COMPETITION. WINNING A SEWING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913
GUESSING COMPETITION. &nbsp; WINNING A SEWING MACHINE. &nbsp; For some time past, a good deal of attention has been directed towards a handsome cabinet machine (Singer's), &nbsp; aud two jars of seeds, beans and peas, in the drapery window of the Trans- &nbsp; port Trading and Agency Company. &nbsp; The conditions were that any customers &nbsp; &nbsp; were entitled to one coupon card for &nbsp; every two shillings' worth of drapery purchased, and, of the cards taken out, over 2000 were returned with the guesses of the customers, it being stated in the conditions that the near- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; est to the right number would secure the machine, whilst in the event of two or more being equal, the judges would draw lots. The jars contained an unknown number of seeds and &nbsp; these were sealed at the time by the &nbsp; Mayor, Mr. D. McPherson. &nbsp; On Saturday afternoon...
THE PRICE OF DRINKS. AN EARLY BREAKAWAY. A GENERAL REDUCTION [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 April 1913
THE PRICE OP DRINKS. AN EARLY BREAKAWAY. &nbsp; A GENERAL REDUCTION. The action of the licensed victuallers of Coolgardie in raising the price of spirits and other imported drinks to a shilling, although it met with the unani- mous approval of the trades, at the time, did not give satisfaction in one quarter. Mrs. Langheim, who con- &nbsp; &nbsp; ducts the Exchange Hotel, although the license is in another name, was in Perth at the time the decision was arrived at, but Mr. Langheim attend- ed the meeting and signed the agree- ment to raise the prices. Mrs.Lang- &nbsp; heim has now repudiated his action, and, on Monday morning, she issued an advertisement stating she had revert- ed to the price 0f sixpence, informing her friends that she intended to run &nbsp; her own house in her own way. In face of this, a meeting of the Licensed Victuallers' Association , was held on Monday morning, and Mrs. Langheim was invited to be present, but she sent w...
Other Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
Other Returns. In addition to the State battery list the following returns were re ported to the mining registrar for March :— : Lease 4253, Hidden Secret North (J. Kay Hall), 205 tons for SSozs 13dwts 12grs; value per oz, £3 3's ; also treated 1 ton concentrates for 3ozs The Lady Loch Cyanide Plant (W. Carswell), treated 152 tons -of slimes and 348 tons of sands for a total return of 45.75ozs of gold ; value per ton treated, 4/3 ???? : The- Coolgardie Slimes Plant (All sop and Co.), treatment of slimes at State battery, treated 1150 tons slimes for I40.3oz of fine gold. Total value of gold. £596 5/. During March the Bank of KS.W purchased from sundry persons Sloze ldwt 12grs of alluvial gold, valued at £108 5/. ?
The State Battery Returns to Date. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
. The State Battery ? - Returns to Date. Having concluded the March crushings with a total of 1104 tons for 1242ozs, or an average of loz 2dwts I2grs, the State battery started April on Man'ett's' parcel of 107^ tons from the Cheapside, and this averaged lOdwts 22ffr& A small parcel of 10 j tons from Griffiths mine averaged loz 8dwts 12grs, but the crushing from the Austrians' show in the Camel. Paddock was a great disappointment^ the run being stopped when 78 tons had been put through. The average from the clean up was only 2dwts ;5grs, and it now remains to be seen whati the backers will do. Coarse gold was seen in some of the stone; and it may be that' a., shoot of gold was passed through. The sands averaged only 13grs, so that the gold did not escape in that way. The following are the complete returns to date:— - ??????? PA 814, J; A, Frears. 23 tons forr .32ozs 5dwts, ? PA 882, T. A. Trebileott. 85 tons. for 22ozs 7dwts ' . , '? Spare Time, hp, C. D, unne, 42 tons' for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
OaVOj JDLO1D©1? Kelaoorlle All Old Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie Friends Welcomed. Only Best Brands Stocked. Miss E. Brien ? - -. ? ' Proprietress -A.XJSTR^.LI^. H.OTEL Opposite Post Office. Catto's Special Bulk Whisky. . '' ' Splendid Accommodation. . . Billiard Room and attention. Best on the Fields, ; . A Popular House with Visitors, -? K. Misbet - ~ ~ Proprietor DENVER CITY HOTEL, COOLGARDIE. R. LOWMAN- - - \ Proprietor Close to Railway Station, Municipal Gardens and Bowling Greon. » -. — BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS. — ALL DRINKS ARE THE COOLEST . ,. * r Grand Ear Hotel. Bayley St., Cooigardie. First-class Acconimodation. ? Only the Best of Ales and Wines Stocked. ; EXCELLENT TABLE. '- ' G. TOBU, Licensee ? Mrs. Whitakep and Miss Butlep Proprietresses..- ' MOST POPULAR HOUSE IN TOWN. Splendid Accommodation. - ^, UNION BEEE ON DRAUGHT. ? / . 't - \v Best Brands only of 'Wines and Spirits. j The Metropolitan' is the House where Everything is of the Best Quality. % WIDG1EM00LTHA Best Brands...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
c ? ' ? ? — : ? — 1- McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. May be .consulted daily* Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, ' '-.. Hours 9 a.m. to 9 p.m T)Dn't' Take /V\e Home T' - ?-???? Take me to f ? Opposite Law Courts, Where you can get the latest in Fashion Books, ? Novels and School Books always on hand ? Coolgardfe Miner delivered regularly ' ' I # P- Jiff )M lji|iv|_7 [IP til 11 t~/ I }^l_f 1 I m Dairy Produce Merchant, ' ' ? ;. ;; ; : ? ? . Commission I .and Indents Agent WOODWARD STBEET Local agent for James Gillespie, Ltd, Millers, Northam, Robur Tea Co, London and Liverpool and Globe Insurance»Co, Stocks of Bntter, Bacon, and Cheese Sugar and Kerosene always on hand Ip^^ C00LGKRDIE DKIRY ^^&^Cr^^Wl ^' Burke - ? . - Proprietor — S^^S^g. Pure Milk Delivered Twice Daily , v . ?,. Cream and Dairy Butter . ' : : . ?'??-?? TPn r\l's-r» ^J c\\'i o- ex ^ JL IX ULIXj JLiUlilUtJ. AJ. SEAGRIM notifies the Pnbhc that he meets all trains, and carries e every class of go...
SPORTING. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
SPORTING. ' . - ? TUEF. The Adelaide ? hanclicapper, Mr. H. Hughes, . makes Jolly Beggar a 51b. . better hoise than Eudoms over six I furlongs, and in the Gup the Wes tralian has to concede Hallowmas and : Eudorus 91b. each. The first-named' ha's been. withdrawn from the event. According to advices received in Adelaide, Mr. F. Merton will be Tiep resented at the S.A.J.C. autumn meet ing by Kuringai, Barrosov, Maidant, Penza,, Aurifer and probably Didus. . ; It is difficult to realise that Piastre^ who is now at the top of the tree among1 racehorsi3s in Australia, was, on October 6 last, a maiden four-year-old^ '. and as such received 7ib. allowance in A.J.C. Trial Stakes, which he duly won. Two days later Piastre gave .a, glimpse of the form which subse quently brought him into great proriir inenee and [established him on his pre sent pinnacle. Going to Melbourne, Piastre ran third in Melbourne Stakes, and on the Tuesday following won the Melbourne Cup. That the. Cup victory was no ...
Eloping Up-to-Date. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
Eloping Up-to-Date; The boatlcss man puts a careless arm - Eound the waist u± the Jiatless girl, ' While over the dus'tless, roudless roads - In a horseless waggon they whirl. Like a leadlsss bullet from hainmerless ' gun, By smokeless powder driven, ' [ ^ They fly to taste the speechless joys ..Of endless union given. The only luncheon Bis eoinless purse Affords to them the means, Is a tasteless meal of bqneless aody With a -dish of stringlobs bfans. He smokes his old tobaccoless jrtpe, ? ' , And laughs a mirthless lafeglf* When papa tries to coax her back i A dusty carpet mar Tjo better '~ cleansed by bcjng rubbed over with warm water and household ammonia than by sweeping. By iLe latter pro cess., the dust is only temporarily dis turbed ancl settles again on the carpet. , The water in whie« onions have been boiled is excellent for cleansing gilt frames. It not only rpmoves specks and dirt, but brightens up the frames in a wonderful way. But it should not be used until quite cold....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
Of Millinery, Mantles, -Costumes, Blouses* G©Ifers9 aid Furs takes - See our choice ..Trimmed- and Unirimmed'^ ? place toaday . - ,..-. . . ?' - . Qemsf . '-. - . ? ?. .'.. ?'.;.? ?',- A. .?/??', Seethe magnificent' display in our showrooms of all tte latest and ,- ?§£ ? , ' .. Also ask to be shown our eew Otie^oiece Frocks. ; ' ? -? : ????. .. most up^ta^cftte goods for -the Winter Seasotfs Trade. / ; ' ' ' ????? . \- : .1 ?:? /
Coolgaride Technical School [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
Coolgardie Technical ScIiooT At the . annual .exarn^ati^ns jQ 191.2 the following studer.ts gained certificates :— English — C Munro, H E.nsor, J Clarke, J Robf-rfson,' K Gaamier^ R Ford, I -Stewart, B Milne O Clarke, F 'M'Oann. Eneli'sli Litera I tnre — B G-riffiths, M Mclr.fyre, W [Marrat, A Johnson, L Grig-! p'Col- - ' j lings, O Seagrim, W Smitheram, G * Wilson, R McCann. Elementary Mathematics— W T Smitheram, H Richards, A Johnson. Woodwork ? . |F McCaani, O Munro, H Gordon. ' - Accountancy (first course)— J H Berryman. Bookkeeping1 — ? W T Smitheram. Only, one each sat for 1 accountancy and bookkeeping. Book- ^ Iteeping (continuation grade)— The ioL.'oe?ing obtained passes : Gertrude WilsoT' 100, Olive Clarke 100, Reta McCariLi 100, W R Sail 97, Lyle Sutcliife 95, M Mclntyre 98, B Griffiths 90, H Bnsor 90, K Gasnaier 87, H Richards 81, Olive Seagrim 81. Dresscutting Examination — The fol-« '' lowing obtained; (Jirst grade), Pauline Collin^s, Beriiie Griffiths, itita M'Cann (Se...
MR. MORGANS' OPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
ME. MORGANS' OPTIONS. ' The three leases over which Mr. A. E. Morgans has tabem an option are the Myrtle Central, the Myrtle Central Extended and the Golden Point. In order to concentrate work on the Myrtle Central, and pusn the Iev,el which is now over 500ft. in length into the other properties, exemption -will be sought on the other two' leases. This is a wise coursa to follow, as it is costly to sink shafts through 20ft. of cementi when there is an utter absence of surface indications as io the trend or existence of the lode; In !the long level at water level ia the Myrtle Cen tral, the ore in 'the eastern face is 10ft. in width, and values are report ed to bo 15dwts. per ton. As this face is 500ft. away from the Boundary of the Edna May, and there are values all along the drive, it looks as though the , Weston's incrustation of cemont is ? covering more than one good mine. Mr. Morgans is so pleased with the manner in which the lease is opening up that he intends to erect a five ...
THE EDNA MAY A PLANT TO BE ERECTED WITHIN NINE WEEKS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
THE... EDNA S¥IAY« .. A PLANT TO BE ERECTED WITHlSr NINE WEEKS. ? Yesterday Mr. Liddlc, the manager of the Westralian Machinery Corpora tion, and Mr. M. Williams, the man ager of the Edna May, met in Southern Cross., and before they went away we learned that the Edna May Co. had en tered into a contract with the Corpora tion for the supply ancl erection 01 a ten-head equipment, which is to con sist of 45ft. hlead gear, 15 x 9 jaw rock breaker, ten head of stamps, Ore bine, 85 K.P. Orossley gas producer, trucks, cages, concentrating tables to save the wolfram and other concen trates and all accessories. The price of the plant is said to be- over £5,000, and it is intended to . »e completed within nine weeks from date of sign ing the contract. . For the present the ore will be milled through a fine r screen and the mill residues will accumulate until ex periments have shown what class of pl.int will be best suited for treatment thereof. This important deal ( means that W.eston will so...
Notes on the Mining Industry. NANNINE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
gyo&es ?.?-?on tHe RflinSftg '.Industry. ? ,:, '?;:'-?.' NANNINE.' The gold yield from the Nannine district for the . month of February amounted to 3,816.21 fine ounce's .from 6,785 tons of ore crushed. In addition 23,75 fine' ounces ' of alluvial gol'd were won. The general yield shows an in crease over the previous month's out put of 216 ounces. The plant on the Queen of the Hills has been completed and a Viery satis factory run was commenced on the 20th of February. The treatment of the ore is a continuous process, the stone being fed into the two Holman pneumatic stamps by a, 3alt elevator which conveys, the sfcoue from a .rock crusher at the shaft to a large- ore bin above the battery. From the stamps the reduced ore runs into a revolving tuba mill and is further reduced by large belts, to slime. From this it is pumped into vats, mixed with cyanide solution, and kept continuously ngita ted and passed through a long series of iron vats to the vacuum plant. The % storie b...