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TAILING LICENSE REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
TAILING LICENSE REFUSED. John Elliott and Thomas Moore ap- plied for a license to treat tailings on ground formerly part of, G.M.L. 3900. The Warden said he could not deal with the matter as the ground was forfeited on July 1, 1902, or prior to the passing of the present Act. &nbsp; (The refusal of this license is dealt, with under another heading.)
The Great Victoria. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
The Great Victoria. &nbsp; It is quite probable that the Mines &nbsp; Regulations Act which was recently in- &nbsp; troduced into the Lower and rejected by the Upper House had more to do with the abandonment of the option &nbsp; over this group of leases than most &nbsp; people imagine, for those who make &nbsp; mining their business, and have funds &nbsp; available for the working of such a &nbsp; big lode are not going to risk their &nbsp; money unless they feel confident that &nbsp; they will be given a fair measure of &nbsp; encouragement, and receive just,treat- &nbsp; &nbsp; ment from the Legislatures; and that &nbsp; at least some of them are not getting &nbsp; this is evident at both the Mountain &nbsp; Queen and Marvel Loch mines. These &nbsp; two companies are milling thousands &nbsp; of tons of ore every month which is &nb...
PERTH GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
PERTH GOSSIP. ( By James Smith.) In June next the Perth metropolitan &nbsp; trams are to be taken over by the &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Government. £450,000 has then to be paid for them, and a lot more for new cars, building and built since the pur- chase was arranged, and stores and &nbsp; other things to carry on with. Pre- sumably the necessary money will be found in time. The tram employees want more wages, but they have agreed not to press matters till the nationisa- tion is completed. If they don't get what they expect then, we will likely have another tram strike. The success of New South Wales transportation, &nbsp; gas and ferry strikers is sure to dom- &nbsp; inate over peaceful counsels. The last tram strike was ended here by the &nbsp; Moore Government maintaining law &nbsp; and ordcr. It is doubtful if the pre- sent Government has the courage to act similarly. The horsedrivers ' affair hardly counts. The...
BIG LOW GRADE DEPOSITS. ONLY CHEAP "WATER WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
BIG- LOW GRADE DEPOSITS. &nbsp; &nbsp; _________________ &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ONLY CHEAP WATER WANTED. &nbsp; &nbsp; (From the " Southern Cross Times.'' ) Captain Abbott and party broke out 100 loads over a width of 30ft. at the old Exhibition, which is'now known as &nbsp; the St. George. The ore is so easily &nbsp; broken that half a dozen shots were all that were needed to dislodge this parcel. On being milled at Dono- van's Find battery a return of 30 ozs. &nbsp; of bullion, worth £3/10/ per ounce was made. This means that the ore over this big width is worth £1 per load by amalgamation alone, and'it goes &nbsp; without saying that there is a fair per- centage, left in the sands. Like the &nbsp; big deposit at Hope's Hill, from which a return is announced in this issue, the St. George. is situated almost on one of the branch l...
MARVEL LOCH MINING CO. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
MARVEL LOCH MINING CO. _______________ &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Acting on the advice of Mr. E, C . Dyason, B. Sc., visiting director of the &nbsp; Marvel Loch mine, the Board has taken &nbsp; a six months' working option over the &nbsp; Comet mine at Marvel Loch. The &nbsp; shaft will be sunk another 100ft and &nbsp; certain crosscutting done, the whole estimated to cost £100. Should the &nbsp; option be exercised at the end of six &nbsp; months a sum of £1500 will be payable forthwith, and a further sum of £1500 &nbsp; six months later. The Comet mine is situated about half-a-mile from the Marvel Loch mine, and has crushed &nbsp; 1000 tons of ore for a return of £10,000, Mr. Dyason wired to Mr. S. J. Wilson the legal manager of the mine, as fol- lows . — Completed inspection Marvel Loch mine ; approximately 1300 tons &nbsp; probable ore reserve worth 26s...
Profits of Gambling. MONTE CARLO FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
Profits ©f GambSSfsif. .:?' MONTE CARLO FIGURES. The renewed concession which the Prince of Monaco granted in 1898 to the company running the Monte Carlo gambling hell expires now. The terms of the expiring concession, which was notified early in 1898, were as fol lows : — "The £50,000 for the concession, plus £20,000 allowed for the expenses of government of the principality, are to be continued, together with the &nbsp; allowances for public works, lighting, maintenance of the institutions, etc., amounting in all to another £50,000, or £60,000 per annum. In addition, the Casino Company undertakes to pay over immediately to the prince in hard cash the sum or £480,000, and further to spend £200,000 upon public works in the shape of opening up new avenues and streets in parts of the municipality indicated by the prince; to spend £60,000 in the construction of a new theatre and opera house, this to be completed in time for the ex- hibition of 1913; to hand over to the manager ...
THE EMPRESS OF COOLGARDIE. ITS EARLY HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 April 1913
THE EMPRESS OF COOLGARDIE. ____________ &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ITS EARLY HISTORY. &nbsp; The following, relative to the early history of the Empress of Coolgardie, is taken from the"Pioneer" of Feb. &nbsp; 19th, 1898, and should prove interest- ing in view of recent developments:— "The Empress of Coolgardie, west of Tindal's, which, when floated in &nbsp; London in September, 1894, was rep- resented as giving promise of becom- ing the mine of Western Australia, is at present being worked by three men, under the management of Mr. D. &nbsp; Browne. In the old days the mine was equipped with a splendid winding plant at the main shaft, and a 10-head battery. Several erushings were put through for returns which were any thing but payable, and the mill was blamed for it. Twelve months ago the &nbsp; &nbsp; company joined the United Mines Ore Reduction combination, and a tramway was laid from the mine to the battery. Som...
THE FIRST SOD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
THE FIRST SOD. The contributors, 'Jim and Bill,' of an 'open letter'^ in the A.N.A. paper to the Prime Minister, lets his amateurish hand swing loose with some effect in the following paragraphs rela tive to the turning of the first sod at 'The) paltry nature of th'e plans for and the muddled way in which the sod-turning was carried out are an-, exampled in the. records of Australia. You, we understand, are responsible for the miserable parsimony displayed. If so, you have well maintained the, worst traditions of meanness associated, with the Scots. In this matter you* have been true to a characteristic often unjustly applied to the members of your 'race. Incompetency to think big, lack' of imagination, inability to (rise abiove the mediocrities of life, all worked together to give the function the air of a country agricultural show or a Sunday school tea meeting. All that would have made the' event aa in-! spiring occasion was absent. This iB. possibly due t6 the fact that our pub ...
LEASEHOLDERS AND PROSPECTORS' ASSOCIATION. MEETING OF EXECUTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
LEASEHOLDERS AND PROSPEC TORS' ASSOCIATION. MEETING OF EXECUTIVE. ;! The first quarterly meeting of the; Executive of the Leaseholders' and .Prospectors' Association of , W.A. was held at the Australia Hotel, Cooigardie, on Tuesday afternoon, when the presi dent (Mr. W. M. TaaEan) was in the chair, and there were present, Mr. Tin-: dal (Cooigardie), Mr. W. Berry (Kal goorlie) and the secretary (Mr. Hid dilston). Mr. Peter Kelly, who is noW* in the South-West, was. the only ab-l sentee. . .;., ??*??? ? . ; The president said that, so far, they had not received any word from the Minister for Mines relative to the' j resolutions submitted to him us the Conference in January last, and it was about time he gavie them some answer, j The executive wanted an answer and I should now request one in the inter- I ests of the association. It -vas over I four months since the Minister had | received those resolutions, and iae as^ sociation, which represented the whole of Western Austra.ua, must n...
BULLFINCH PROPRIETARY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
BULLFINCH PSOPSIETARY. '} The following is rt copy : of '.I cable despatched to the London ofliee of the above company: — ; '. ' 310ft.' Level— West crosscut off north drive 447ft north. Struck ore body at Mitf- face-, samples aYi-r;v- £7/2/Q over a width of 60 inches. On ihe north side from 30ft! to 34ft. as says. £4/6/3; on the south' side :from 30ft.. to 34ft. -assays £3/2/. This body of ore is; undoubtedly 'the Main' No. 3 (l-ortliern) series ore body at 310ft. level.' ? . ?
YILGARN GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
YILGARN GOLD YIELD. 1 ? 1911 1012 1913 Ozs. Ozs Ozs January .. .. ' Ml l 941 3638 February, .. . .t . 322-i 1856,' 2504 March .'. .. .-. 2894 ' IGhB April ?;. .'. .. 1620 1966 ' May ? ?- -658 1921 ' June ? % 954 2S4l' July ? ' 1497 '2476 l August . . . .' ?' 1639 . 2780 *' September .... 818 ' 2370 October ? 1772- . 3302 November ..... 1215 4272 - December . . . . s 1570' 3725 - Total .. .. 18595 30032 At a -meeting of 20,000 pe- sons held at Tokio on Fridny last lo protest against; the .Californian Bill, prohibiting aliens holding- land in , California, fiery orations were delivered. M. Matsumara-, a member of the Diet, advocated the despatch of a fleet to American waters, win!-1 other speakers urged that all questions outstanding between Japan and America should be settled once and for all, lest they should rpcnr and lead to war. It is understood that if the Bill passes Japan will apply io the United States Government to allow the Japanese in America to become naturalised. Disrega...
NORTH YILGARN CORINTH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
NORTH ?'- YtLGftBIV. - ' ? : CORINTH. The public saem to be begiiinirig, to realise that though there has riot been any activity in the shares of ' the Cor inthian. JSTbrth Cb. ainte it was rib,at.r- ? there are . worse ? things to buy than scrip in this venture, and /now they arc nibbling at 12/ !per share: ? 'u'ater it will dawn on them that a 'mine- with £lc8,000 tons of , ore ' of '% profitable 'grade above the 1'0'Oft. level, 'and ex eoJlent values in -?ach 'of-'iue winzes that, have tieen pat 'down :inib the 'sul phides will ' create a c^tisiderablq amount of interest when its '35ft.; ore deposit lias been, .intersected ? at, the 200ft. level,' and 'as this depth is lap-, 'idly being approached we look for 'a good flutter in this serip within the Jneiir iuture. The .profits m sight above .the 100ft., jand ' the plant on the ground should lSe':' worth :iat least the 12/ which is thje Market 'price of 'tlr; : scrip now; 'bTit if 158','00'0; tons' can V \ made to pay, hvmVlsomely...
FIRE BRIGADE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
FIBE BRIGA^iS CLUB. A meeting of this elnb was held at. I the Fire Station on Sunday f orenbbn, I when Mr. Sam Smith' presided. There I was a good attendance. I Mr. J. P. Martin, Cremorne Hotel, I who is one of trie vice-presidents, 1 wrote forwarding half a guinea to- 1 wards the funds of the elu'b. f Mr. J. M. Lapsley, patron of the j club' wrote offering a goid medal for I the best all-round player in the team, I with the proviso that he should also take an active part In the Soeial work.; Mr. Joe Monaghan, ?'Fremantl'e',''''pro-;. mised a gold medal, to be allotted by the club, and . Mr., Yalgee also .pro mised a trophy. . -j .Messrs.- A. Dunstan and W. Ogilvie j .were appointed to... jiidge '- for.- the trophies.. . :.. ; ,. ... .., :?'. ' . ?'. . ...... The next meeting will bo held* on .Sunday (to-morrow) morning. .:
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
3||l|l||^ ^ HAN LEY and ' ^ (SUCCESSORS TO BUTCHER & UHR, Ltd.), .Wholesale a.nd .Retail' Carts Call Anywhere and Every - ? i .where/. 'Phone 82- Coolgardie. .. ' OUR MOTTO— Highest Quality, Lowest Prices. ' , - ^'ng Installed an up-to-date Refrigerating Plant, we are prepared to aceept for ' . Storage any l'erishable Produce., lowest iuites on Application. ? LOCAL PEODUCTS, ''-',.; ' '? ' . '. ?' AND AS '. ' GOOD IS THE BEST. ','' '? '}' . . , /J ? ; . -0. yiNCENT, ,; :r;:;CU^NINGHAM-, \ L. BRUTON, Managing Director. ;;. :': Brewer.' ?-. c .-Secretary. ' \ -' The Eoffssnercial Union Issurap Coy., Ui, UNDERTAKES Fire, Employers' Indemnity, and Live Stock Risks. ,',.—. LOWEST RATES. - C, VINCENT, Sole Agent. Victoria ffotel - -. - Coolgardle. - '? L. BEUTON '' ' .'?. \ ? ' 7 ' ? ' ^ (Secrelaiy of Lion Brewery), has taken this beautifully appointed ? ? House over oir.liis own account from the 1st February. . . ' '\ ' The snpervisic n of the Commissariat section is in the hands...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
. ? 1. I. . ?? — Bulk and Bottled. . Obtainable Everywhere ' ' l McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. 1 ' ' *' - . May be consulted datly, . Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, Hours 9 a.m. to 9 p.m .-Don't; Take Me Home! . — -^_ — Take me to 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 ' ' .??;.?: ;: ? ?,' ??- ?; ??:??? '. — r—^. ? ^ ?'.?? ? . ;; A ??'? WOODWARD STBEET Local agent for James Gillespie, Ltd, Millers, Northam, Eobur Tea Go, London and Liverpool and Globe Insurance Go, - Stocks of 'Butter, Bacon, and Cheese Sugar and Kerosene always on hand fc^r^ G0OLGKRDIE DKIRY ^^V^IJ1 MONTANA. A^^Hl^r*^'^)^ ^' Burke ' ? ' Proprietor . -?-3g#i-p-^^r^ Pure Milk Delivered Twice Daily Cream and Dairy Butter , '' ? Public Notice. / : ' A ^' SEAGRIM notifies the Public that he meets all trains, and carries ' / s/^JLJL© every...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
NEW. & SECONDHAND ''^ ''^^ -MINING- MACHINERY — .O3P EVERY DESCRIPTION. '? ' ' '~~' ' ' ' ' '? „ * '* ' . PI ANTS PJvCEKTLY ^UrPLlKD TO-. '' ' ' '. -Bullfinch Proprietary Itf in . ' .,- Corinthian tforth Mine. ? ;f Edna May Mine Mt Gormalong Mi- e, le..nqra, V - 'r Kyarra Gold Mine. '' f ?? - : ? Royal Standard Gold' Mine. '' V, ' - - Great Victorious Mine; Ora Baiica^ Etc., Etc. , w'1'' CASH Oil TKUMS. CORUKKPOXDKXUK I.' VltKP. ' The iestraliao Machinery Corporatio i Uk- BnULDER KOAD, KALGOOKL1K. : WearniGufh and Cyuiflace^ .Proprietors. (GK.NKK \L - roUKKEKPKlis VdiVaPEU1*) j ( ?_' \[- ' TheL;irs;pst SltuOfK in the DLsmi't , '- Our prices art-' !».n r ik, \ CiiKionuM-h Wailed on Tor Orders. ' Woodline Tunlo h ?j'iiiiiv,Iily. AfiRXrs koii Tnw 'COor.fiAnuiE mix eh.' *' '''~'V ' ? ' '' ? ?'''?— ? -«i-i - ? ? ? ii ? ? ? ? ^Wl~£} CoQlgardio M-eat. Swppl- .[ vjjIWB^Sy '— — -rr * ? r— — — sJbs^xP ) ' ' v, ' , ? ? *\ THKNAMAN & TUEVETT. On]v il.e PrimcRt Stuoke^. - ? Give ...
The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1913 THE ELECTRIC LIGHT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
Published Weekly ; ? SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1913 . THE ELEOTEIO LIGHT QUESTION.. Sitting in solemn conclave last week, councillors decided to ' ' turn down ' ' tlie proposed sale to the municipality of the rights, interests mm. plant of the Electric Supply Company, and we can hardly see how they-feould have | done otherwise in the circumstances.! The ' ' Coolgardia Miner ' ' did. its 'best ! to ventilate the whole question by publishing particulars of the offer so( that the ratepayers might have full information before them. In doing au$ duty in this respect, we nearly eaused the death of a couple of our best friends from apoplexy, but that was a risk, we did not contemplate ai the time, and, as 'all's well that ends well,' we'll let the matter go by. ex pressing our thankfulness for not hav ing the crime of manslaughter on our bowed shoulders. There were several points in connection with the offer xo sell that appealed to the good sense of councillors. First tney regarded the price, £...
The New Health Regulations [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
Tfo® RSew Health S?e^Mia I*. (From the. ' Sontlieni Cross Times,') Should a prospector be - going out into the bush on a prospecting torn* on, or after tho fir.st day of next month, he will not be able to obtain1 any of tho well-known remedies which are dear to the hearts of- those who have pioneered the fields and made the poli tical existence of men suun as Billy ^ngwiii possible. Billy is one of the diotie fanatics who fondly 'imagine ;hat It is an easy matter to regulate ;he bowels, as well as the morals of ;he people by Acts of Parliament; but Billy must' not forget that prior to the French Revolution, the various Parlia ments of France were iilled with Mnpty-headed dreamers such as he, tvho paved the ; way for the most ghastly and bloodiest revolution that bhe world has ever seen. Let this poor eireumstariee of a machine-vote not forgot that after his kind had?, bred the French Revolution ' it '-took, Napoleon, the world's greatest VI espot, to straighten matters up. Evidently...
MT. JACKSON. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 26 April 1913
MT. JACKSON. ' : During :Mareh the ' battery on Mt. Jaekson milled 306 tons for a yiel;l of 600^ozs. of bullion. The latest crushings at ;this rrjlant are as follow: yofls. Oz Dwt Mumphrles . . .... b5^ 51 8 Humphries' ? :'22% 7 o Colreavy Bros ..... iy 20 16 Don and Kitsbn .. .. '22% 7 2 The sriialief of the parcels ' treated by Humphries was ijtxoyi oat -of the old Mt.j Jac'kson mine 'aa a -trial from a ? large block ' of ' orei ' which ; is 'being raised from within a few feet 'of 'the battery ramp. The result-of the.,+,rial is: sd satisfactory .that a -liirge parc'el will now be broken. , ? , ,-.':'?, ?