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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
BLACK BROS., &nbsp; &nbsp; Old Established Butchers, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; BAYLEY STREET. &nbsp; BEST BEEF AND MUTTON IN TOWN. TELEPHONE 25. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; HORSE FEED. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Compare these prices with those you are paying: — &nbsp; &nbsp; CHAFF, per ton, £5 ; Half- ton, £5 2s 6d ; less 5s 3d per cwt. (Delivered in Burbanks, 2s 6d per ton extra). &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; OATS, New Zealand white crushed, 5 bag lot at 4s 10d per bushel, less 4s 11d. BRAN, 5 bag lot at 1s 7½d per bushel ; 1 bag 1s 8½d, less 1s 10d &nbsp; POLLARD, 5 bag lot at 1s 7½d per bushel ; 1 bag 1s 8½d, less 1s 10d. &nbsp; WHEAT, 5 bag lot at 4s 1d per bushel ; 1.bag 4s 3d, less 4s 6d. &nbsp; &nbsp; WE GUARANTEE PRIMEST QUALITY, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Transport Trading...
THE HADDON CONSOLIDATED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 12 April 1913
THE HADDON CONSOLIDATED. &nbsp; The Haddon Consolidated milled 25 tons which was taken out in sinking the new north shaft for a return of 8ozs. 13dwts. This is below the aver- age value of past crushings, but a fair amount of the overburden was mixed with the ore. A 40-ton parcel from the other shaft is now being milled at Hope's Hill. The results to date are as follow: — January .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 30 11 6 April .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 35 22 12 June .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 52 41 14¼ August .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 70 40 11½ Sept. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 45 18¼ 8 October .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 60 25 8½ Nov. .. .. .. .. .. .. 75 41 8¾ March .. .. .. .. .. 75 42, Though the owners of this lease were quite justified in doing that which they thought proper with this lease, the Golden Ridge Company did the right thing in abandoning the option, as it would have been impossible for them to have done sufficient work in &nbsp; the harder ore during the limited time at their disposal;...
LABOR TROUBLES AND MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
LABOR TROUBLES Am) MINING. Eightly of wrongly, the condition of . affairs in connection with the mining in/dustry . throughout Australia has seared capital, and so much insecurity attacH.es to investments that even residents in the State, who should be able to appraise the circumstances at their true value, are as chary of specu lation as any of the outsiders. The ? extraordinary state of affairs at Broken Hill has considerably added to the unrest. _ The sane public will not stand mob rule, anid. no man is pre pared to be bludgeoned out of his .-: goods, or have his pockets packed in ?'? broad daylight. This is thjei sort of thing that keeps large and small pockets alite closed up. In Cool gardie money sis badly required to de velop ,some of the properties; but when madmen in other places threaten ? confiscations, and are callous towards the sufferings of women and children; when men are not honest in keeping their agreements, how can we expect anyone to risk capital in the mining i...
MINING. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
: MINING.. .,.;: ? ???.???//???? ? ' ??:??— ?:..:? !; ' NEWS AND NOTES. I - ? ''l'he Empress of Coolgardie ore is .- now being milled at Tindal's battery, ' ' 10-head of stamps having been leased for taht purpose. In all about 400 tons will bfe treated, and this is expected to go about 12 or 13dwts. Inquiries are still made con cerning the management of Bayley 's, anid it would be interesting to know whether capital is forthcoming to put the mine on a sound working basis. .Unfortunately, Mr. de Bernales has been ill at his homo m uottesloe for the past five weeks, but ke» is begin ning to transact business again, find something may be heard from him be fore long. Should Baylpys be start ed up again on an adequate scale it would prove a stimulus to other min ing development in th& district. . That there is payable ore on the - Bayley Js leases has-been proved by several crushings of late. A parcel of 53 tons from the Consols lease has been cleaned up at the State battery for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
I The CREMORNE HOTEL, COOLGARDIE, TRY A DKEADNOUHT OF UNION BEER ? No other kept Latest patent Glass Washer Installed _ - ALL BEST BRANDS OF LIQW0RS Bottle Department a Specialty! Everything It Kalgoorlie Prices. . - . j ? . TELEPHONE 18, . J. P. MARTIN, Proprietor. fidtTATT' I— I-^i4'/^l Hannan Street.. oavoy iioiei, Kaigoom* I All Old Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie Friends Welcomed. Only Best Brands Stocked. Miss E.Brien -' - .Proprietress AUSTRALIA HOTEL Opposite Post Office. . 8 Catto's Special Bulk Whisky. . Splendid Accommodation. v - Billiard Room and attention. Best on the Fields. A Popular House with Visitors. , *R* /Misbet ~ - - Proprietor DENVER CITY HOTEL, COOLGARDIE. It. LOWMAN - - Proprietor Close to Railway Station, Municipal Gardens and Bowling Green. . : - BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS. — ALL DRINKS ARE THE COOLEST ~ Grand Bar Hotel. J Bayley St., Coolgardie. First-class Accommodation. Only the Best of Ales and Wines Stocked.* EXCELLENT TABLE. G.-.TOMI, Licensee Mps. Whitakep a...
A WATER PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
A WATER PROBLEM. An old resident o? Coolgardie sup plies the following information as it appeared iji the press 15 years ago:— 'While most of the mines on. the Coolgardie goldfield have at one time or anther bei&n reduced to a state of idleness for want of water, there is one at least which has had to susnend operations on account of too heavy a supply. This almost solitary excep tion to the general rule is the Great Hanover, situated about a mile and a quarter from the town Along ' the Hampton Plains road, and investment Corporation. Development work was pushed ahead on a very promising reef, which was proved by one shaft to a depth of 210ft. At that Isvel, however, about five months ago water came in the workings at such a rate as to absolutely prohibit further work. An ordinary steam pump was tried to cope with the influx, but, it failed al 1 together to reduce the? amount of water in the* shaft.; Seeing that on a safe estimate the rate of making is 150,000 gallons per da...
ANCIENT HISTORY. HOW REEFS BREAK AND RE-MAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
ANCIENT HISTOEY. ' ? ' ? HOW EEEPS BREAK AND ' ' EE-MAKE. . * When a reef or lode makes we are; glad, but .when the reverse is 'the case gloom prevails. 'The reel is broken'' at such and such a level,- ? and when that news ^ goes foitja. tne pessimist utterly condemns the .property. Bear- ' . ing on this: subject a report was pub l}isiie,di . in the ? ^iOpqlgardie Miner, ; ' 15 years ago, -and^ what was true of ?the Lady Lock goiu mines then may, be proved in connection with other, properties where the stone is supposed to have cut out. The report says: — s -' ' The. result of the second trial crushing from the i-^frest King block of the Lady Loch Gold Mines is wel come inteliigjetnee. The splendid re- _ turn -corroborates the favorable report of the :two made at the time of the; re-construction of the company, and restores to Coolgaa-die another pay- ; ' able mine which had fa Hen into dis repute.' It will be remembered thai; under the old order of things the Lady Loch and Forrest ...
The Breaking of the Drought MR. WRAGGE'S PREDICTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
Th© Breakiragf of the' ME. WBAGGE'S PEEDICTIONS. ' Y^hen Mr. Clement Wiagge left the Government service in the Eastern States, there were a couple of 'as- tronomers' who were, by training, accountants and arithmeticians, rather than mathematicians, and to whom meteorology was an unknown thing. In reply to public jibes, one of these gentlemen declared, '1 am an as tronomer, not a weather prophet,' and he proved that by invariably giv ing incorrect forecasts. Since Mr. Wragge left the service of this Con tinent in the hands of the real true merino astoronorners, the farmers, graziers and others have on more than one occasion been beholden to Mm for timely warning as to the weather they might .. expect, and correct infor mation on. this subject always means money to them and to the States as a wh'ole. .??;'? If we simply judge Mr. Wragge by results, and then compare his fore casts and their fulfilment, with the erratic achievements of those who sought to belittle him, tne eomp:;rir son...
Sly Grog Cases On the Kurrawang Line An Informer's Position Heavy Penalties Imposed [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
Sly Grog Cases On the Kurrawang LiLe An Informer's Position Heavy Penalties Imposed In the Coolgardie Police Court yes- ?? terday, before 'Messrs A. P. Wymond and J. Kay Jff.all, Js.P., a number of charges in connection with the illegal, sale of liquor on the Kurrawang line were dealt with Mrs Haywopd was fined £10 and 2s costs ' ' V - Charley Biglio Demissio was fiaed £31 5s in all ; \ ' '. James Mann who had been previ ously convieted was fined £60 with 2s costs ? or three months imprison ment. . He decided to take it out as he could not pay . Joseph Kqset.ti was also charged on the same count and was fined £30 and 2s coses ?' . - ? In all these cases an order was made for half the fine to go to the inform ant.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
?. -. ?? t ? ' . . Jim Elliott = Proprietor. '?'????? Bulk and Bottled Obtainable Everywhere McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, Hours 9 a.m, to 9 p.m ? 'Dorset Take /Vie Home T Take me to Cecil's Arcade, t Opposite Law Courts, / ' Where you can get the latest in Fashion Books, . Novels and School. Books always on hand Coolgardfe Miner delivered regularly Dairy Produce Merchant, Commission and Indent Agent WOODWARD STBEET .Local agent for James Gillespie, Ltd, Millers, Northam, Robur Tea Go, London and Liverpool and Globe Insurance Go, Stocks of Butter, Bacon, and Cheese Sugar and Kerosene always on hand jte|T|^j CO0LCHRDIE DHIRY ? ^W^pll ' MONTANA. -^fi^t^^*^® Pt Buekb . - i - Proprietor . . ' . --5^PiP^i_rtt Pure Milk Delivered Twice Daily Cream and Dairy Butter ^ ; v ' x ' Public Notice. AJ. SEAGRIM notifies the Public that , he meets all trains, and carries ? every class of goods, furniture, etc. His coach runs to Burbanks twice dai...
Coolgardie Police Court. Licensing Prosecution [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
Coolgardie Police Court. Licensing Prosecution On Thursday last four young men were charged with having been on the premises of the Grand Hotel during prohibited hours. They pleaded guilty and were each fined 10s and 2s costs Hugh Jones was then charged wtth having allowed the accused persons on his premises during prshibited hours, and on a second charge of having al lowed gaming on his premises. He pleaded guilty to both charges and was fined £5 and 4s costs in. all
The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1913 TECHNICAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
Published Weekly SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1913 TECHNICAL EDUCATION. In the strict sense of the word, we have no technical school in Coolgardie, but in the continuation classes, at the old Exhibition buildings several tech nical subjects are dealt with. In go ing .through the curriculum, however, we do not find that any such subjects as apply to the mining industry in a j concrete form are taught at all, the nearest approach being elementary mathematics.. It must strike ? anyone as desirably that, in a mining com muity, mining subjects should be dealt with, but, to enable that to be done, sufficient pupils must be en rolled in a class to justify the depart ment in appointing a qualified teacher. Geology, petrology, metallurgy and other such subjects are dealt with at the Kalgoorlie School of Mines, but those classes are not available to the lads of Coolgardie. Those who are engaged during the day time coul'd hardly stand the strain of going up to Kalgoorlie to. attend night classes, re tu...
ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
ITFMS OF IOTFRFST Riding on Footpath — In the Police Court on Thursday, a young man named Austen was charged with hav ing riddeu on the footpath in Bayley street* A fine of 10s and 2s costs was imposed. The ? Widgie Accident — Mr Joe Penglase who was seriously injured at Widgiemooltha last week, is mak ing satisfactory progress in the Cool gardie hospital. It will be some time however, before he can be moved Political Address — The Hon C. Frazer, Postmaster-General, address ed an attentive meeting in the Miners Union rooms last night when he tra versed the ground of his Boulder speech. Mining News.— In order that our readers may become better acquainted with what is doing in mining circles throughout the Tilgarn belt, we pub lish, on our fourth page, an interesting epitome of news regarding that large and important gold producing area. Coolgardije Pomegranates. — During the past week three very large pome granates, on view in the window of ? the ' ' Coolgardie Miner ' ' office, have...
Electric Light Question [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
Electric Light Question The full Council sat in Committee on. Thursday evening and discussed Mr Pringle's report in which he sub mitted for sale to the Municipality the whole of the Electric Supply Co''s property in Coolgardie. Much wrath was expended on tne ' Uoolgardie Miner ' for having dared to publish a copy of the report in the interests of the ratepayers, but that may be taken as a compliment to ourselves for hav- y ing obtained this early information. It now remains for the Committee to submit its recommendations to the Council in open meeting. In all kind liness we refrain from reportin^vvhat was said at the Committee meetmer
SPORTING TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
SPORTING, /?! 1 - £URr. ; - l; .„ . At the Pinnaioo (S.A.) io'ocVitfe'emng the other week a- hqrsc tntiined'Vrfein 'Fein won the last, ie_vent .arid rettirned a dividend of £50/5/3 for.'a/'-.'/'T.here^ were only .two o/r tickets ' issued 'on Soin. Fein. _ This is another, irigtanoe of, long| odds returned, by the ,toij,lisa-, - lor.' It wa3 only a small field, and if. -the 'books' had .been operating the j chances are that 10 to 1 would jhave . beon the best price, obtainable ,about ' the winner. : ' - '-?' ' ) iKefcrring to% the victory- of. Wassail/ ' rii S.A. Tatt's Autumn Handicap^the 'Kegister,' says: — 'W. Hbpwo'od was ? not long in dipcpvieringi thatjvyassall;' was a stayer and. not a sprinter,- ^as-. ' sail was a 900 gns. yearling, , lint, he' won only one . race for his ? previous1 .owner. He jp,romises( to be- «q£..-morc account, ont tl)M.;,side. ' v Vfeissall-.'.was.^ t f ormeily, trained at, Flemingtori by W. S. Hiekenbotham , f or Mr. .John f Turn bull^ He is by, Malste...
Important Tip. TO THE MAN OUTBACK AND THE BUSHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
1 I TO THE MAM OUTBACK AND THE BUSHMAN. When we returned Mr. Seaddan with a big majority we thought he would carry out Labor principles and burst up -the accursed monopolies. But what do we find? As soon as he feels his feet in. power, he boosts monopoly and does everything to make the fat man fatter. His latest, per medium of Hon. Minister Angwin, is to l'orde' business into the hands of that- great est of monopolies— the medical pro fession. ., ? By notice published in the ''West Australian' of 27th March, Angwin, has decreed that after 30th. of ntext month (April) ' you ..outbacliers and bushmen cannot buy at your nearest store, as you have been able to do' up to now, a box of your favorite pills or a bottle of chlorodyne1, or a bottle of fruit salts. . \ If you are out , of sorts, or1 are in pain through drinking the, best water you can get, or if your kidneys are feverish, you can no -longer run to, the Btore and get something to relieve you 'of ' them. You must (whether you di...
Goldfields' Gardening. NOTES FOR APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
?Goldfields1' GgLV&pjaing. ? o ? NOTES YOh, APETL. What can be more pleasing aoout a home than a garden? x.ot, many who. have the opportunity of devoting a little attention to this useful and generally satisfactory recreation nia glect to do so. Certainly, in the- hot, dry months of the year, the difficulties in the way of success are great, un less an unlimited supply of water can be availed of, and that becomes an expensive luxury. The municipal gar dens have a reputation that has ex tended beyond the limits of the gold fields, and the time was when Cool garJdie was i^qually noted for its pri vate gardens, but many have aban doned these on account of the cost of water. The Government Hospital grounds, and some of our nome gar dens still demonstrate what can be done with fruits, flowers, and vege tables; but, if care be exercised in the use of water, a good deal can be grown during the cooler portions of: the yiaar at a modebt expenditure. A good soaking now and then is mos...