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COST OF TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
COST OF TREATMENT. The object lesson in the cost of treatment that has been given by the Victorious mine, at Ora Banda, should &nbsp; not be without some instruction, to the State Battery Department. Besides the lesson in costs, the treatment plant at the Victorious proves that our low grade shows can be made to pay over 100 per cent profit on ore worth 28/ per short ton. The 9,500 short tons treated last month gave gold to the value of £13,775, and the profit was £8,759/1/. Mining costs was 4/10 per ton, milling 4/7.9 per ton, and general expenses 10.7d. per ton. The total working cost was £5,015/19/, or 9/5 per ton. Certainly this mine is work- ed on a big scale, but the fact that any values over 9/5 per short ton show a profit 'demonstrates the value of a modern, economic plant. Out of the profit in working £1,158/12/6 were &nbsp; spent on development, including shaft &nbsp; sinking, and £555/14/1 on plant, &nbsp; &nbsp; machinery and build...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
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Serious Accident [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
A Serious Accident &nbsp; Owing to the report received in &nbsp; Coolgardie regarding the accident to Joe Penglase at Widgiemooltha Dr. Ellis set out in a motor to reach the sufferer but had to return after doing 12 miles and wait for the Norseman train. The doctor offered £10 for a &nbsp; special but could not get one under &nbsp; £30. After his arrival Dr Ellis tele- &nbsp; phoned Nurse Penglase that Joe had sustained a fractured thigh, injuries to the head (not serious), and was badly bruised all over. The doctor also sta- ted that the sufferer was being brought &nbsp; in by special train. It appears that &nbsp; &nbsp; Joe was working on the timber at the &nbsp; dam, and feeling they were giving he &nbsp; jumped 25 feet but before he could re- &nbsp; cover a big log fell on him causing his &nbsp; injuries. &nbsp;
THE TRANSVAAL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
THE TRANSVAAL. It is rumored that there will be great activity on this big lode as soon as Mr. Loring and the other heads of .B.M. and Co. have paid it a visit. &nbsp; After trying the flotation process at Broken Hill on the 100 ton parcel, the concentrates were taken to the most up-to-date arsenical works in Victoria, and that as a result a big treatment plant will be installed forthwith which will be capable of making a big gold recovery and of condensing enough arsenic to supply the markets of the world.
LAST WEEK. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
LAST WEEK. &nbsp; &nbsp; Last week was about the most im- portant one that has passed on Yil- garn since Bayley and Ford arrived here with their gold from Coolgardie. The highly satisfactorily yield from the Bullfinch; the starting of the 20 head of stamps on the Corinthian North; the purchase of a ten-head mill for the Edna May; the decision to put a five-head or a Lane mill on the Myr- tie Central; the Marvel Loch Co. tak- ing an option over the Comet; Mr. Lang deciding to add five head to the Violet battery; the satisfactory re- turns which were recorded on each mining centre on Yilgarn, and the pro- gress of the diamond drill on Eraser's are all notable events in history of the oldest of the eastern goldfields, and will have a most beneficial effect on its future.
THE OLD HOPE'S HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
THE OLD HOPE'S HILL. A trial parcel from the big lode near the north end of the old Hope's Hill was cleaned up at the Lake Side bat- tery for a return of 4dwts. 9 grains per ton over the plates, and the sands assayed 4dwts. 13grs. This is so en- couraging that another lot is to be taken to the Lake and sluiced without any milling. As almost all the gold in this big deposit is free and not as- sociated with the stone, the sluicing experiment will be very interesting. The lode is 25ft. in width, and the ore can be almost shovelled out of it with- out any shooting at all. If it can be demonstrated that the values are maintained over a fair length, and that the gold can be recovered without ?any mill treatment, the property should &nbsp; have a good future ahead of it. Even &nbsp; if the sluicing is not a success, some thing should be done with this deposit.
THE HADDON CONSOLIDATED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
THE HADDON CONSOLIDATED. &nbsp; 'On Thursday evening the directors &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; of the Golden Ridge Co. ceased work- ing their option over the Haddon Con- solidated. It seems that at a depth &nbsp; of 84ft. the lode got so hard that they could see that they could not possibly give it a fair testing in the time set .forth in the option, as the owners of &nbsp; the lease refused to extend the work- ing period, and the company decided &nbsp; tothrow up the option. This is to be regretted, as the prospects appear to &nbsp; be encouraging, and the Golden Ridge &nbsp; would be a good company to get into this field.
THE MARVEL LOCH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
THE MARVEL LOCH. Though the visiting director of the Marvel Loch Co., Mr. E. C. Dyason, did not care to say much about the &nbsp; mine, we gathered from him that he &nbsp; was hopeful of locating enough pay- &nbsp; able ore to keep the mill going full &nbsp; &nbsp; time. As he had to first report to the Board, it would have been wrong of him to have said much about the mine, but though Mr. Dyason was reticent, we feel confident that he has faith in &nbsp; &nbsp; the mine and will recommend that it &nbsp; be developed. &nbsp; &nbsp;
THE DIAMOND DRILL. HIGH VALUES STRUCK IN FRASERS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
THE DIAMOND DRILL. HIGH VALUES STRUCK IN FRASERS The secretary to the Diamond Drill Co. reports as follows: — Depth on Saturday last, 770ft. Depth on Tuesday noon, 800 f . (Stata— Schist). The Mines Department have fur- nished assays of lode material bored through between 538ft. and 542ft. &nbsp; &nbsp; The result of the assay is 19dwts. 21 grains per ton. Other small patches of lode were passed through, varying from traces to 2dwts. per ton. &nbsp; &nbsp; The strata is dipping a little more than at the surface, but Hogg's lode may now be struck at any time.
NORTH YILGARN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
NORTH YILGARN. A parcel of 51 tons from Allan's Find at Marda was cleaned up for a return of 64ozs. 16dwts. The Jackson mill is now running on a parcel of ore that Mr. M. Bates bought from Mr. J. Garrett, the owner of the Standard lease at Marda. Messrs. Humphreys and party, of the Jackson mine, who have about 80 &nbsp; tons of ounce ore at grass, are now engaged breaking a trial crushing of about 20 tons of low grade ore for the mill. The reef is about 6ft. wide and at the foot of the battery ramp. Should this trial parcel return 6dwts. Hum- phreys and his mates have a good thing on, as there is plenty of stone ready to block out. Pritchard and Black, who have ap- plied for a tribute on the eastern end of the Mt. Jackson lease, are anxiously waiting a reply from Perth. Their in- tention is to prospect for a hidden treasure which was supposed to have been located in the early days of the mine. To Gilbert, who is an enthu- siast, we wish every success. The 103-- tons which we...
THE BULLFINCH CLEAN UP. THE FIRST CRUSHING. £15,537 FROM 5178 TONS. A PROFIT OF £10,519. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
THE BULLFINCH CLEAN UP. THE FIRST CRUSHING. £15,537 FROM 5178 TONS. &nbsp; &nbsp; A PROFIT OF £10,519. &nbsp; &nbsp; During last month the 15-head mill ran 838 hours, treating 5,178 short tons of ore for a yield of 4,420 ozs. &nbsp; &nbsp; bullion, the estimated value being. £15,537. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Expenditure. &nbsp; &nbsp; Ore breaking and transport, £1741. Ore treatment £2860. Total working expenses, £4602, equal to 17/9 per ton. Development, £416. Total mine expenses, £5,018. Net profit, £,10,519 As the plant is not in full operation and in order to provide for absorption in the mill, the grade , crushed during the period was higher than the aver- age value of the mine. In addition'to the gold recovered, &nbsp; gold valued at £9000 is locked up in the various mill processes.
THE BULLFINCH PROPRIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
THE BULLFINCH PROPRIETARY. The latest Sydney "Bulletin" to hand has a good word to say: — "Bar None" : Have seen Bullfinch 's official plans, They show,a fair-sized patch &nbsp; &nbsp; of sweetening ore in the old boom working; also a larger tonnage of mill- ing-grade reserves. Values are, how ever, miserably poor at No. 2 level in and around the locality where a con- &nbsp; &nbsp; tinuation of the rich stuff was looked for; but, of course, the unexpected may &nbsp; happen and another enrichment be &nbsp; &nbsp; met within deeper ground . The nor- &nbsp; thern series is a mine in itself. At the &nbsp; No. 1 level official plans and assays show the shoot to have a length of 450ft. and anaverage for 21ft. of about Idwt. stuff for 400ft., and a look under- ground at that point proves beyond &nbsp; &nbsp; doubt that the ore is there. Judging by the development already done, length, width and values w...
NEW FIND AT BULLFINCH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
NEW FIND AT BULLFINCH. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; It is freely reported that a new find has been made between the Bullfinch townsite and the Bullfinch Proprietary. &nbsp; &nbsp; It seems that two prospectors, essrs &nbsp; &nbsp; T. Roddam and J. Taylor went pros- pecting whilst waiting for a start on &nbsp; Bullfinch and found some good floaters. According to latest accounts some gold is being obtained, but nothing of a sen- &nbsp; sationanal nature.
HIGH JUMPING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
HIGH JUMPING. Referring to the high jumping at &nbsp; the Sydney Royal Show last week, the "Daily Telegraph" says:— "Radium took some time to warm up to his work. Jumping at first rather indif- ferently, it was not till the third at- tempt he negotiated the bar at 6ft., and Blue Baron followed his example. They both, however, cleared 6ft. 3in. at the first trial. Old Desmond had meanwhile been showing some of his past spirit, taking every jump at the first time of asking, and in a manner that led many people to remark that the old horse had come again, and to review the chances of a possible tri- umph for him on this occasion. And at 6t. -3in. he, too, went flying over the bar, quite in his old style; throwing his hind legs in the air, so that he ap- peared to clear the jump with a mar- gin of something like a foot to spare. These three were then the only horses left in. With three inches added to the height all three failed." &nbsp;
FIRE BRIGADE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
FIRE BRIGADE CLUB. A well-attended meeting of members of the Coolgardie Fire Brigade Foot- ball Club was held at the fire station on Sunday morning last, when Mr. Sam Smith presided. &nbsp; The hon. secretary (Mr. W. Devine) read the report and balance-sheet for 1912, which were adopted. The report was as follow: — It gives me great pleasure to hand you the report of a very successful season. &nbsp; The club, as you are'aware, was &nbsp; formed early in March, and although &nbsp; at the start of the season things did not look too promising, I am glad to be able to report that we finished the season very succsssfully. Support. &nbsp; I am sorry to say that we received &nbsp; very little encouragement from the &nbsp; 'townspeople by way of donations, etc. &nbsp; I think you will agree with me that £2/15/ is very little encouragement. During the year your club has had some very good support from several gentlemen, viz., Me...
FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MEETING. A meeting of the Coolgardie District Football Association was held at the Westral Hotel on Monday.evening, &nbsp; when Mr. N. B. Robinson was voted to the chair. The following delegates were present: — Fire Brigade, W. De- vine and J. Penglase; Coolgardie, E. Linkson and J. Logan; Burbanks, R. Wearmouth and Slight. It was carried on the motion of W. Devine, seconded by J. Logan, that the association be re-formed on the lines of last season. The following officers were elected: — Patron, C. McDowall, M.L.A; president, Geo. Sheedy; chair- man, N. B. Robinson; -vice-presidents, D. McPherson, M. Noonan, P. Rettig, W. J. Reynolds, R. Wearmouth, senr., Gus Langheim; auditors, S. A. Cole- man and H. Hiddilston; secretary and treasurer, W. L. Michell; umpire and permit committee, W. Devine, R. Wear- mouth and E. Linkson; appeal board, W. Devine, senr., W. Ogilvie and C. B. Hardwick. It was decided that the fees to be paid the association by each club s...
RIFLE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
RIFLE NOTES. On Sunday last the Coolgardie Rifle Club practised over the 300 and 500 yards ranges. There was nothing sensational in the way of scores as members have hardly yet got into their stride. The Hogg Trophy, seven shots at 300 and 500 yards, will be shot for to-day and to-morrow &nbsp; (Sunday), and as the scores in this match count for the Championship, Handicap Championship, and Eddy Aggregate, it behoves all members to make an effort to be present. The captain and handicapper have selected three teams for the Murray Teams' Match. The first stage is to be fired on Sunday, 20th April, at &nbsp; Coolgardie, while those not included in the teams will compete for the Wearmouth and Crudace Trophy at Burbanks on the same date.
Coolgardie Council. The Electric Light Question. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
Coolgardie Council. The Electric Light Question. 'The usual fortnightly meeting of the municipal council was held on Thursday evening, when the Mayor presided. A new bye-law relative to the re- &nbsp; moval of buildings was received and adopted. This gives the council power to make a charge for cleaning &nbsp; up blocks from which buildings are removed. A letter from the acting-Director of Education, which had been for- warded to Mr McDowall, M.L.A., was received. This was the letter relative to the continuation classes &nbsp; at the Technical School, the main portions of which appeared in our last issue. Cr Noonan stated that on one evening 30 children had been sent home, on the ground that the con- tinuation classes were not for those attending day school. His child was one of those sent home. Cr Linkson : My boy was sent &nbsp; &nbsp; home too. Cr Faahan : Shame ! &nbsp; Cr Cecil said the people did not seem to appreciate the advant...