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BREWERY IMPERIAL V. COOLGARDIE. DISPLAY BY VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

BEEWEEY IMPEEIAL V. | ' COOLGAKD1E. DISPLAY BY VISlTOEd. ' A team of young fellows from ;i Kal-' goorlie brewery came down on SiiT.day la^t to play cricket, but a coiLjjlc of them went 'oii color' during tho day ,and rolled about the ground in' a manner that was more uuui'dng than anything else. The visit Di-jj had a couple 'of ?' heady ;; bowleis, and several ( iair bats; but Ooolgardiu. was too strong for them. . In the liraf inn ings 'the visitors made 53, and Cool gardie responded with 141. In -their j second .eil'orfc the. beer boys , ma-Jo 142, but they were not being worried, as the time had settled that the match musu be decided- on the first innings. I The scores were as follows: — i _ BEEWEFtY IMPERIALS. First Innings. W. Sianson, c Bruton, b Jackson 10 Blair, b J aclcson ? -_ 13 Robinson, b Jackson ? ; . ',0 Thome, b Munyard ? : . l Ha^ibury, c Lancaster, b Jacksou' 1' Williams, e Pope, b- Jackson .*-... 2 White, e Lancaster, b Jackson ? . 10 Potts, b Munyard ? '.'2 , Wil...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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SHANNON'S FIND [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

SHANNON'S FIND Colreavy- Bros., who hold tho old lease at Marda, anticipate miUiug 15 tons for something' approaching 3ozs. per ton.' Messrs. -Sumnicrgin and party are said to have. 20 tons parted to Jackson which should go over 2ozs. per ton. - , f

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1913 TINDAL'S MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

Joolgor die. jpner Published Weekly SATURDAY; MARCH8, 1913 TINDAL'S MINE. : Elsewhere in this issue will l»e found some interesting information '.regard ing TindaFs mine, and in the fat lire working of this property Coolgaittie is deeply Concerned. There is no dis guising the .fact xhat however well small leaseholders and prospeccbi's may be doine, the best thing; for the- busi- ness of any centre is to have a mine or two with a good pay sheet, 'ihere have been many 'one mine' totfhs in this State, and were any local pr/jperty co be worked with a staff of, say, _200 men, the pay would mean a rcv'arn'of prosperity. There was a great fle^i-of speculation indulged in- with.'i'eg.i.-tf to the result of the meeting of Tinlal's shareholders held in Melbourne ut the end of last week, but news has come ? through to the effect that th-3 old i Board of directors has been oleited: | .This was scarcely expected, but it is satisfactory .to !know that the inombers of thip Board are. pledged to ca...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

Cricket. j ? j A match, will be played on the recre aiiou ground lo-morrow qetween, the i Kalgoorlfe Footballers aud the iocal i u-.j'ii when' the following will be team I to represent,' (Joolgardie ; Maynard, j Taucastei- (2), Taruilf, Pn.-kui.heij, 1 Hanifej, TiJtnisini, Tindal, Bradley, Jiiucui!, U'fiJhea, a-'-d Bailey

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Yilgarn Mining. NORTH YILGARN. MT. JACKSON. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

[?] NORTH YiLOA^^, MT. JACjBl&UN. As most of the men went away from Mt. Jackson Clad Marda duridg the holidays, things have been qnia*; on those places for some time past, btit now they are looking bright again. Mt. Jacksoa battery is 'crushing ,100 tons for Humphries and party, nhieh -was taken out of the old Mt. Jickson nune. The - r . / ^ BUTCHER BIED aro breaking out 250 tons an.V will crush as soon as they can get into tlie/ mill. As they are on nigh values it is certain that the result will-eciiur.o all those which have been obtained in the' past. ? The owners of the s GEEAT UNKNOWN have put on extra men to break out ' ore, and in the near future they s liquid be crushing a large and rich parcel of ore.'. The latest report from this mine is to the effect that high 'values have been struck in driving tho level south at a depth of 150ft. Mr. J. Garretty' the, owner of ihe . STANDARD _ lease at Marda, will shortly -be' put- ting through ? about 00 tons which should go ove...

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THE PROSPECTORS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

THE' PROSPECTORS' ASSOCIA . , I TION. When, -at the recent annual dinnes of the railway employees, .Cr. JPaahan cited the worlc of the Lease^uolders and Prospectors ' Association as a good - illustration of the value- of lieing united^ he spoke in- the light ol ex perience. Since all these associations have been affiliated, they have _ome into a position that enables them to voice the views of the prospectus ond others with increased power. Ike general executive can now speak with wider authority and with far better prospects of doing some good for those whom it represents, but, like ? ther bodies, it cannot ail'oid to tematn idle after its first outburst of energy. There is a somewhat lethargic depart ment to be dealt with, and steps must he taken to overcome the red-tapo ad ministration of its clerical staff. Ail idea . seems to prevail with latter day Governments that ledgerkeepeis are administrators. . To . them too many questions of policy are left, and ihe re sult is a hide-bo...

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Sporting Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

Sporting Notes. The B--lmnnt, Five Hundred will be run to-day ana ther.- a-e Mill 12 1,-ff in to do bdhlf-. . . - -: The fol'o-v;npr are o.ar seiectioj^ for the various ? v^.nts. , Jumpers Fl it— Jnpiti r, S. 1 fo, First 1 Ware, ? ? - ? ' ! Fii-t-clfls3 Platp— - Oakover, ^aVy \ Tom- Tom ~ _ ' ' ''., Secon-1 class Plat \— Amy Bar, Cou- - fid^- ce Vo'ifcinn * ^i\e Hundred — Jliss Alison,^ Wer- ' enda, 'J'he Trigger Thiri-class Plate— Benefit, Altsia. Rend^zvt-ua' - i , - Wt-lier Qandiuaj)— Lile tass, Perci- \ val, Yalobia - j

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From our Exchanges. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

-.Froi$?vQur Exchanges. The following from the 'Northern Times' shows, that our contemporary of the North has a sensible contributor in 'Pixt'otoia': — - - [REFLECTIONS ON W,A. MINING. Written for the 'Northern Times,' by 'Pixtonia.' . . f Western Australia is undoubtedly richly dowered with gold, copper,' tin, and many other valuable' minerals; but she ioee not yet possess the capital indispensable to the unlocking of her mineral wealth. Consequently, for -this generation to derive its due share of benefit, capital must b'e attracted from ?outside our borders. , - . 'The present phase of gold production presents a steady decline, which, un-' less arrested, will deprive 'the industry of all attractions foT buik investment. The aforesaid decline is entirely caus ed by confidence being so shaken that London capital is very shy — even as to gil'^-edged Westralian mining proposi-' tions— and therefore the position de mands our serious thought. For genu ine investors, the methods of the ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

'„.' personal: Mr. ,J.' 'Kay Ilall, who has had .-i two .months' holiday in. the Eastern oUn;es, . returned to Coolgardie a w'eeic ago, ,and again occupies his oflice ii the ,'W.A. Bank Chambers. Mr. ILiil,' who is one of the auditors of the Coolg-ivdio Municipality, has returned in the best' of health, and signalled his .amviil in Coolgardie by tip])ing- the wiui'er of - the Australian Cup.

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THE "COOLGARDIE MINER" CHRISTENING THE NEW VENTURE. CITIZENS CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

. i^i-^6s^h^um-Mm^^^ -V.'^ ::; .;S^': ? ^NTirRE^-:''^ SC:;^v ;;;CITIZENSy' CONGRATUI^Tr)^;^ ?; -;{ .' - ': -:;::; AiNvD^. BEST / WISHES, '-.' f : ', ; ;' i ?? ?: ^.tthe; invitation; of .'Mr. ;A. ll. ileln- ?/ ?tyre's- Coolgardie ;? ''representatives on : 'Priday,.- night : of,-la'sfc-weefc,- the.iLiyor ''? (Mr. D. JkCcPhersdn)/ councillors^ GoV-': ernment.omeials and a number o&-1 her: leading-citizens to the, number of ovei -40, .assembled 'in 'the . vestibule ,6f the:'' Ul Miner' office. ^.osV'.^et'-.th'e hea,:a^':of;;; the new venture and wish the pr^prieV tor God speed in. his new veriture: to':; provide a local newspaper for iclio -.Old; Camp,' Shortly ,7 after ,10' ? o^cloeji,; -the '??' Mayor took the chair, and the; roast -! of the King was/ honored;^: / '--^i ^; j The Mayor then proposed; fcho: coast I of ' the il Miner, ^ 'coupled': '--wich -the' i names of the proprietor ? (Mr. Vleln- ,, tyre), Mr. C. B, Moor ' .(financial : l ep- . resentativa) , .: Mr. :C. ;.? B...

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ITEMS OR INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

, ITEMS; OF INTEREST ? 'l'i ,ii NiiUf.t.Hl Gi'D'-eii — TliiH on1: cc-i ^'^ l-o bol'1 o', Wed osu1 y, 19 h M'J Oil. H* illlV-'i- ('('. '; be usuhI sfj'-vr''-f Ki 'l1'^ ,pif'ar s ? \\ ill be 'm Id dur \- v' ' - o w- :M -t.\ 1 T*'ine , tin* arf. 'fi 1 tu s wi'l h^ rsl o-.v! . Goit;^ Strong — ,j C. Mclv. y. Ylie well known d :-per of Bayley-street, is now holding a gf-rmine bargain fale at Which gods a'-e buing disposed o{ to the. fees' advantage so far as enstom ers are e'oiictrnech A lvfei-euce to the adv- rtisement will shev the pulilic what they may acquit e at the mu\ -' mum cost. Ourselves— r-Althongh th- 'first 'isguf of the ' Coolgardie Miner' »s,a, -week- ly did not realise all1 our aspirations, -that was somewhat erne to the fact that impoihmt parts of the plaut had been out, of sorts fur some time and this ' impress'on'' o:i a. lew copies to be defective in 'color'', The demand Wi's alto in t-xcess of what had beeu provided for aud fiiany of our outsid friPiids were deprived ...

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Afghans in Court WHITE WOMAN AS BOOKKEEPER THE PRICE OF MEALS AGAINST HIS RELIGION TO PAY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

Afghans in Court ? W1IIJE WOMAN AS BOOKKEEPER. 'iliE PRICE OF MEALS Aw-xJjNoT HjlCj x.eLiGIOin' TO PA.Y. ^lc the last sitting oi tue oooigardie -j-jiid.. ^ua.i( -i^i.-. _. Troy, ±-..M., 'pre- o-v^j._g# oT ciioo was iieard in wnich Jiaiioi.-i.fc umar Ciai^ned Joj.z/jo/- ?x'om i.a£-~.-.-uaiiio ior ii.cu.iS iUj/piied, etc. jooin parties were well-known, n-i the ..sitaj.es' io%o Oi ititgalion \w,j well Ciiipuasised uuring the hearing of the oMvlenee. ...ir. ^. is. Williams (Keendi .and aiiuciiJ^, a^icaicd. lor the pl--iij)tin.', and Air. i aricer. lor tne deiendai't, but u.e Lhe^i mtoieso in the ease /as in connection with tffe position ct a ?iV-.iLfi wyman «rho' was deseri1) jA as . o.'.okeepcr and coukj ?' a very useful uoiiibinaiiua j;A t.-Ooa scienuoas t'uies. ..Loiiomc'b omar, v,Tiio is no rela.tiD.1 to the long-deceased Omar Khazzaai, was the first witness, and he gave ^is evi Jencu a. that childlike and bland ir.an- | ner that is characteristic on; t.hese j people when in court. ...

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THE EDNA MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

, fPTTE EDNA MAY. It looks, as though the true 'width of. the Edna May .lode has, not y-3t been determined, .as a crosscut nas bcc.rput 45ft. across it, and it is still uncer tain whether the walls have been found or not. Some ,who ciiim ,to know, say ,that the ore is worf.h as high as 3ozs. per ton over tho. '.vhole ? width of this crosscut; others esci.nate it to be 13dwts. There is a big mar gin between the two, and as thoos are now a lot of shares Joeally held, it is time the directors made an anncunce ,ment in the, press of .this btute. As it is known- that there is good jjrade stone in the hanging wall, in near the south end of the level, it is impe \itive that there should be more crosseuHing done at the point -where bora holes located values. It looks. as though the directors of the Edna May are going to follow the usual methods of the Victorian companies and potter about with one of the most promising mines that has been located in the State 'for years. With thousands of' t...

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BUSY BURBANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

7 ? ?? ? -' BUSY BURBANKS. '. ? Burbanks is quite a busy place these times, and an air of prosperity rests upon the camp. The mines are look ing well, the Main Lode peop'e are progressing with the installaci-m of new plant and buildings, and the Wallsend-Robinson party are putting through a big crushing of 400 tons which should be cleaned up durriJ the next week. The Birthday Gift tribu ters (Higgs and party) are also crush ing, but their return will not be avail able, for over a week.

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A BURBANKS' SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

.A BURBANKS' SHOW. = Messrs. Jimmy Logan and Tony Freer have put through a crushing from their Burbanks show, of '2-i tons, -which has yielded 32ozs. 8dwts., or an average of- loz. Tdwts. ThiB show is Bouth of the Lady Eobinson, and close . to the TiowniMp buildings, j

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TH GREAT VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

TH -GREAT VICTORIA. It is now known that the cption which the, Great. Boulder held over this group of leases is to lye abandoned, but the fact .pf . tho Boulder having ceased to work .does not pro.7)-. the property to.be either good or bad, for they only worked for a little over a couple, of months, and yet they look four months to do the sampling'. .Xow, a monster lode that needs four months ' sampling cannot be tested to any great - extent ' by two months' work. It seems that tho striking Of what ' has been, called a. drift, had. sonie'.hing to do with the throwing up of the option. This so-called drift is in real ity a huge vugh which has been filled with oxide of iron; a similar vugh was located at a depth of 300ft. bv the ' owners of the .lease, but this ono- was ?filled with water, and enabled several thousands of tons of ore to be milled.

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SOUTH YILGARN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

SOUTH YILGARftf. Messr. Poison. Bros, are still , raising, high grade ore from their ' lease near - the South Side. . The water supply in the Dingo tank 'is rapidly being used, and unless ihere is rain within the next fortnight there will be none left. , , ? - Messrs. Smith and' Henderson, are working on 15 inches of ore on the ? north, boundary of' Leuneberg's, and ? it is estimated^ that th-3 ore , being raised is- from; five to. six oun23s 'per ton. , , -?'-' ' 'Jack ? Douglas on , the. oilier end of Leuneberg's is breaking out some 'rich ? stone, and Messrs. -King .and s.mart-' on the Olga are getting out a parcel'' of high grade ore. Mr. Jack Lenneberg is open cutting the ,rcef on his'find near the Olcji, and , the value of the ore being rauel is estimated to be worth from 2 to Sozs. per ton. The owners of, the' King ?£ the ?Range -have decided to cart their next' crushing to Mr. Hbwletf's mill .ci the Donovan's Find; - this 'will mom a-n additional nine miles, of carting, but'...

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DIEMEL'S FIND. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

? ? DIEMEL'S FIND. '- _' The owners of the lease at TJicnel's Find 'have 40 tons at the battii.y at Mt. -Jackson, and- .are 'still calling. The new. find that jvas recently rcade on this ground is maintaining Lt3 lich ness, and the lot of ore which is about to be milled is expected to -go 3ozs. to the ton.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

Jim Elliott » Proprietor. Bulk and Bottled, Obtainable Everywhere - McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. Visits Coolgardie Every Sunday* Old Oonncil Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, Hours 10 a.m, to 4.45 p.m Don't Take Me Home I . Take me to Cecil's -Arcade,' Opposite Law Courts, N. Where you can get tha latest in Fashion Books, Novels and School Books always'on hand Coolgardfe Miner delivered regularly , - * .r ^^^Pv^^r^^^ Large assortment of Men's Women's and \lite4ilW Children's Boots and shoes. --— ^ Bayley Street ^5^T-~r5^? ^ G00LGHRDIE DSIRY ^^^,, ^ )/ MONTANA, -- ',.*^fK^-^S^ P. Burke - _i - Proprietor ** v%^*-* »?**-- *v? : ? ?? ? ~ ? ? ?? ????????? *~peS^?£^*f' Pure Mile Delivered Twice Daily Creain^and Dairy Butter Public Notice. ? ?'?..'' AJ. SEAGRIM notifies the Public that be meets all trains, and carries o every class of goods, furniture, etc. -, ' ' _ . His coach runs to Bnrbauks twice daily, leaving Coolgardie at 10 a.m. a«d 2 p.m. and leaves Burbanks at 11 15 a.m. ...

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THE BULLET THAT FOUND BILLET AFTER TWENTY YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

THE BULLET THAT FOUND BILLET AFTER TWENTY YEARS. , ? , ' In remarable circumstances Miss Matilda Tichner, a celebrated Texan beauty, who twenty years ago was jilted by Henry Ziegland, a wealthy planter, of Honey Grove, Texas, has been avenged upon her faithless lover. It was only a few days before the Wedding that Ziegland changed his mind. His desertion caused his fiancee such grief that she finally committed suicide. Her brother went to Ziegland 's plan tation and shot at him as he leaned against a tree. Thie bullet' grazed Ziegland 's face, and embedded itself in the tree. When Tichner saw Zieg land stagger, he thought- he had killed him, and thereupon committed suicide. Ziegland married a wealthy widow, and continued to live on his planta tion. Recently the tree in which TiebnerV bullet lodged was being cut down by Ziegland and his son, and, owing- to the unusual toughness of the wood; a heavy charge of dynamite was uge.i to hasten the operation. Ziegland supervised the laying,,...

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