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MINING. NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

MINING. ; v t NEWS AND NbTSS. '{?? ''??. That tliere is still some rich speci nien stone in the vicinity of the Lon donderry was proved on Tuesday last when Mr. Arehie Hearne^ of .Burbanks, went out and specked three very fine pieces. Tv/o of these are 'quartz heav ily studded with gold, but' the most in teresting and richest of an is a piece fk containing quartz, ironstone and lode l|the lode supposed to exist in. the lo Jllality, but which old prospectors de Jpjlare has not yet been traced'. It is eertainly a specimen that must give rise to considerable speculation as to the possibilities of hidden, wealth, at the 'Derry. I In connection with the late .' tribute at the Birthday Gift, Burbanks, it was stated in. our last issue tnat the tri- buers (Higgs and party) had won. £44,000 worth of gold. Concerning the time referred to, that is correct, but the total gold won during the whole tribute was about £64,000. The fact that the mine is again in the hands of a tribute syndicate is t...

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OBEDIENCE IS SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

OBEDIEi'TCS IS SBBVIGB. j '*' There is a' legend 'told of fan 'artist monk, that no was commissioned to paint a picture of the Saviour. As he sat before his easel iu sketch tne outline of his conception, he looked up and, to his joy, saw a vision of Jesus outlined against Mb cell wall. With reverence and whispered prayers of thanks, the artist began to paint, scarce looking at his c-tuivfiR in iiia fear that the vision fade. And then one came to say. that a poor' beggar sought him at the monastery gate. Hew could he leave his victor But he remembered the words of his Lord: 'Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these My brethren, ye have done it unto Me;;' and, with.' a sigh, he left the vision and minis tered unto the beggar, lie turning to his cell, not daring to hope that th,e vision had remained, he raised -his eyes. The little room was flooded with a strange light, ^nirst was there! And there came a voice, 'Hadst thou not gone, I had not stayed.' — 'Tjhe Living C...

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Liquor for Aborigines [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

Liquor for Aborigines la the police court this week Mr McGregor, licensee of the Marvel Bar Hotel, was charged with having supplied intoxicating liquor to abori gines. After hearing the evidence the bench imposed a penalty of £10 I with 6b costs. I ' i Child's Birthday.— There was a great gathering yesterday afternoon, at the house ot Mr and Ivirs , W, Reynolds' Globe Hotel, when half the little ones in the town acseiqbled on the occasion of young^ Lena's fourth birthday. The ,tiuy hostess {?ave them ca&es and lollies; and songs and a very happy, time was spent by the ' kime kinds.' ,

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Coolgardie Races. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

Coblgarclte Races, __ '?? Yesterday forenoon, an inspection ( was mnie of the Ooolgardie Eace- ; course, and m.var in its history has it been in better condition. 'The lawn is certainly the finsst iu this State.. The wonder t'ui progress that has h'i'n made by . f,!» u club shows the vitality of the Oid Gamp, and all visitors to next week's meeting, may The appointments tor the ladies have been perfected, . and around the various fences and in the enclosures there is a wealth of g re enery and bloom that will appeal to the eye of fchrt veriest novice. In ivg.ird to the arrangements for : this meeting some particulars will be found in our advertisement columns, and members should not forget to ^bfain tb.e:v ti--ke!a by Monday next. io is a ii tici. pa to. I.- 'there will be good 'acids, and Ka!-ro :- die -and Boulder patrons believe tiiiit this will ba one of the best meetings_of the round.

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PROSPECTORS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

PROSPECTORS' ASSOCIATION. r n n i , ?; At last the Prospectors' -Association of W.A. has heard from fed Minister for Mines relative to the (ivaiiferenee, resolutions that were submitted to him on January 17th last. .When the meeeting of the Executive of t'iis Asso ciation was held here recently, the, secretary was instructed to write to; . Mr. Collier on the long delay. in send ing a reply, and, a postcard has since been received from the Secretary for ' Mines stating that the /letter -.'is 'fre- ;?;.;.. eeiving consideration.';- Tliat jwas : ' - said of the resolutions three :int|.ths aSO. ? ' ? ' : . ' .-V ':: 'O:.. ?.? ' '

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Our Eastern Letter. The University Senate. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

Our Eastern Letter^ .- 7 — ^ ? { ' Tlie . Uiiivcrsity Senate. The 'boil-over' in the 'University elections is an indignation that 'caution , and prudence arc much' more strongly developed among men of culture, ex -perience and training tiian Tvas gener ally supposed. The 'Progressives' had some very good men on their list, and one v.?ry good vr^man. in the per son of Miss Macdonald, 'the Principal of the Woman's College, fhey were certain to return one, as only nine mesnbers of the- previous fc^enate were offering themselves for election, and 1 they fully expected to return .a ^-oqd 'proportion of their others. ±Jut, -when the ''votes -were counted, it was found that the nine outgoing Senators =vere\ 'all Tcturned. The fortunate ' Pro gressive'' v/as Mr. Bradficld, an en gineer of eminence. Mr. Bradfi'eld was last but one on the list of the suc cessful ones, beating Professor .Ander son, who was the whipper-in, by 38 votes. It must be borne in mind, how ever, that new blood has been...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

s ' BLACK BROS'., Old Established Butchers, ? , - . BAYLEY STREET. . i. ', . BEST BEEF AND MUTTON IN TOWI.. ' ' ', ? -___? -'rELBpnoNii: 25. Compare those priei-s *ii!. f!i.,=.; y^-u aT0 paving :— ??. - CHAFF, per ton, £5 ; Half-ton, £5:2.s 6d ; l»-ss 5V.3.I per cwt. (Dr-iiv.'ri'.^i;;. ?-u-{-ank*. L's fi.{ por ton.extr.-.). OATS, New Z*n!an ! wiu»-?!irn*lif-d, 5 ballot at 4s I0d per bushel, less 4s lid BRAN, 5 bag toi at Is 1U per J.ushd ; .l,lr»ej.l«« 8-R Ipss Is lOd POLLARD, 5 ha? I.rt, at* Is 7_Ml*'jer hu-sli'pl ; 1 lwg'ls 8Jd, less Is 10d. WHEAT, 5 ba? !.-i at j.. J«J |,er per.hnsliel'; 1 bag Jk 3d, less 4a Gd. ?AVE GUARANTEE PRI-JE8T QUALITY, ' * _' ' ? ' ' .' ? ' Transport Trading- & Agency Co. of W.A. Limited Tobacconist and Hairdresser, ? ' - COOLGARDIft. JSeet Brands of Tobacco, Cip-nr?. and Cipnreltop, and All Smokers' Requisites AlwBva Oil iiaud. O«» Mixture a Specialty. Tfy On'r *« Oceolo' ^barnpofj— 30 shampoos for Is. 6d. Best on the Market. . ? ALHAMBRA CAFE. ...

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SEND-OFF TO BOWLERS. MESSES. WALKER AND GRIFFITHS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

~ ? f SEND-OFF TO BOWLERS. MESSES. W2LKEE AND ' GRIFFITHS. There was a large gathering off bowlers and representatives of other sporting bodies, in the Council Cham- 1 bers, on Friday of last week, when the occasion was a joint send-off to I two prominent members ot the Bowl- I ing Club, Messrs. R. 'Wlalker and J. j Griffiths. The Mayor presided, and e\ery branch of sport was represented. The chairman, in proposing the toast of the guests, referred to their long connection with the town, and Mr. Walker's past association with the Municipal Council. He referred to him as one of the minor justices of the peace, the veteran of bowling, and made reference to thei great assistance he had given the game in Coolgardie. j Messrs. Wymcnd, Berryman, Eld- j ridge and others supported we toast. Mr. Walker, in responding, said that I his time had now come to leave Cool gardie and help to look after the farm ing interests of himself and family. It was no simple matter to take one- j self away fro...

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A Send-off. Council Employee Honored. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

A Send-off. Council Employee Honored. At the conclusion of the municipal council meeting on Thursday evening the Mayor invited those present to adjourn to the parlor and wish good lnck to a council employee (Mr Andy O'Shea) who is leaving the district to go contracting with his brother in the South- west. The Mayor recog nised that whilst the guest had been in the employ of the council for a few monthe only he was an old resident af the town, and one who had proved himself a good sportsman, especially Dn the football field, and an excellent Drganiser ; also that he had married ind raised his family in Coolgardie. En proposing the toast of Mr O'Shea the Mayor further directed attention i;o the good work he had done in connect ion with the fire brigade when it was under municipal control. Cr Mercer referred to Mr O'Shea as an excellent citizen, andCrEaahan gaid it was fitting that councillors should extend the hand of fellowship to a departing employee and wish him God speed. Crs Nisb...

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FEDERAL ELECTIONS. WESTRALIAN NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

FEDERAL ELECTIONS. - WESTJiALlAN NOMINATIONS^ The. following have, been nominated for the Senate and House 01 KepfeBen tativeB respectively in this State for the elections to take place on the ^Ist inst: — ,.,..,. .:,.._ THE SENATE. .William James Butcher (,O.). ? Charles Eobert Davies (O.). Patrick Joseph Lynch (G.), retiring. William Ealph Nairn (O.). Edward Needham (G.), retiring. George Foster Pearce, 'Minister f or Defence (retiring).

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A SCHEME MAIN BURSTS. GREAT LOSS OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

A SCHEME MAIN BURSTS. '' GREAT LOSS OF WATEE. Whilst workmen were clearing and examining the underside ox a scheme pipe, just below the racecourse, on Tuesday evening, a sudden burst oc curred, and about a million ??. gallons* pf water were lost. It appears that the water from a badlv constructed 'cul- vert had soaked under this seetion^f - pipe and caused the corrosion that led to the burst. A night shift was put on and repairs were effected by' Wed nesday morning. So far, the bursts have occurred on the Southern Cross side of Coolgardie, where the pressure from the pumping stations is felt; but from Coolgardie to Kalgoorlie, where the flow is by gravitation, the danger of a burst is reduced to a minimum. Yet, in face of this, tne new reservoir i3 being built on a flat, at Kalgoorlie, thns necessitating a new and costly pumping station. Once get the water f to Coolgardie, the highest point of the whole service, and the supply of Kal goorlie is assured, but the burdening of the sche...

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Dampier. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. ? J Dampier. Henry Gregory (O.). , Hugh Mahon (G.;, retiring. Fremantle. Reginald John Burchell (G.). ' William Noah Hedges- (O/;, retir ing. Kalgoorlie. Charles Edward Fraser,, ' postmas ter- General, unopposed. J Perth.' . / ; James McKinnon Fo,wle:r (O V re tiring. - . '' Alexander McUalKm (G.)'. Swan-. Sir John Forrest' fO,)., /curing. Peter Laurence. O'Longhlen (G.).

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THE HEALTH ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

THE HEALTH ACT. Attention is directed to the pio . visions of the Health Act requiring the registration of mid wives in this State. Until 1st June next, auy woman may secure registration upon produc tion to the Midwives' Eegistration Eloard of satisfactory evidence that for at. least two years prior to the 1st June, 1911, she has been in bona nde practice as a midwife, and satisfies the Board of her competency, cleanli ness and repute. . After the 1st June, 1913,' the above provisions cease and only those persons holding certificates recognised by the Board, can be regis tered, except such as may hold a re cognised certificate of training in imidwifery, and then after undergoing the prescribed examination. The fore going information is published in order to give those persons who may now secure registration under the con cessional elause an opportunity of at once, lodging their applications with the Public Health Department, Perth.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

? GQOLGiipt' QAGES.' Wednesday, Mky 14th,, & S&tiiMay, 17ttu HOLIDAY EXCURSION F ARES I TO COOLGrARBIE. from \. Hine's 'Hill and /''Intfirinediai'V .'Statious on May i;-Jv 14; 16 ^ii«i: 17 See liandhillsi Passehg rs ''ji'tty return .-''?' by \ x^iess same d iyv Iiunclieon 1 p.nii^ First 'ticei -starts at ;-. ':,;-. 2y.nu .V /^ ^[i/ ' . Ticket's n re on '-,nle at,, Ke?srs« Ptfvvpll :^ij)igg£;' VjriiVr iiajlty and Eniit ^StrVVtisf ?'(D&ilj? ird'fe. C©OLQARr^j^ RAC!i\5G s/ ???-??'?. ?.,??'' :'CFiUBV\''; '.''*' '??' V I MEMBERS1 ANNUAL TltlKEfs, MEMBERS of the Cootgardie 'Kkdttg . Clnbsje notified that Application's' ?ur their Anjnual 'Jicketa must be in the uinds of the Secretary by MONDAY, MAY 12, or they will not be issued in time for ipproaching Meeting. : ' '6.'». CLARKE, j ' 1 ' ' '?- NEW & SECONDHAND ' ',/' \vv._%| -MINING MACHINERY.- -M 9 OF EVERY DSSCRIPTION. | PI ANTS RiSCENTLY SUPPLIED TO— . M j Bullfinch Proprietary Mine. I Corinthian North Mi...

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DANGEROUS SURFING BOARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

DANGEROUS SURFING BOARDS. , The thousands of vistiors who flock | to Manly ta view the surf bathing are | often amazed (says: the ' ' Sydney Tele- I graph') at the remarkable feats per- I formed by bathers, who shoot the I breakers with surf boards. In maoiy | instances an expert ' ' board-3hooter ; ; I can rise on the crest of a breaker a quarter of a mile out, and travel to the beach wtih torpedo velocity. The sport is very exhilarating and fascinating to those taking part in it, bu'c the practice is roundly condemned by surf bathers who shun the board-shooter as they would a shark. Several accidents have happened in the breakers through the board striking bathers whilst the user of it was performing some daring ex ploit through the crowd of batihera. So dangerous has th© practice become at Manly that th© Council's beach in spector reported to the ' aldermen at their last meeting that some action should be taken in the matter. In fu ture a close eye will be kept on bathers who ent...

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collgardie Municipal Council. THOSE CART LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

Coolgardie Municipal Council. THOSE CART. LICENSES. The fortnight- nitn-iing of the municipal count il -w:i- held on Thursday even: '?/. \v.' J: th- mayor (Mr D.MacPher^oii' ]-n sided over a full attendance if imcIoip. The Mayor jxportcu lliai sinco his recovery the {'ostmasler-laeneral (Mr C. Frazer) had called on him, but there was nothing of importance in the visit. Cr Faahan : Was it official ? . The Mayer : He merely called oia me as mayor of the town. It was practically an informal visit, but ho Jesired to thank the council for baviag entertained him on a p-evinus occasion. The New Reservoir. A letter was ivce.vel '.-.from. Mr 0. RlcDowall, M.Ji.A., rpjative to il»e, new reservoir, \vit!i pumping slaiiou, being erected at Kalgeorhe. Mr McDowall stated he had seen the Minister for Works on the matter, but Mr Johnston maintained that the reservoir should be at Kalgoorlie, as the pipes were as likely to burst between Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie as elsewhere. Cr Faahan maintained th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

(Late of Victoria Park, Perth, and Children's Hospital) Wishes to notify the public of Coolgardie and District that he has purchased the ~ ' eoo lgakb s e pHM^wftey ; (Late Cawthray's) The stock has been considerably increased and all Medicines, Drugs, etc, ? ':-?? willbesoldat KBLLG©©ELIE PRI©E§ . ' MeKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. . ' :! '. ? May be consulted daily* ' ' Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, l Hours 9 a.m, to 9 p.m Don't Take Me Home ! ? Take me to GeciFs Arcade, Opposite Law Courts, ? Where you can get ths- latest in Fashion Books, Novels and School Books always ©n hand 1 % ' Coolgardfe Miner delivered regularly Commission and Indent Agent ' WOODWARD STBEET , Local agent for James Gillespie, Ltd, Millers, Northam, Eobnr Tea Go, London and Liverpool and Globe Insuranee Go, Stocks of Butter, Bacon, and Cheese Sugar and Kerosene always on hand ? ^WU?M ? MONTANA. ^^^^^^'^'^1^ * ?? ?^TJBKE ' ? ' Proprietor ^^-3pPl^^i£r^ Pure Milk Delivered Twice Daily Cream...

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1913 WHY IS COOLGARDIE DEPRESSED? [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

; Published Weekly \ SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1913 WHY IS COOLGAKDIE DE PRESSED? ^Ehe answer to this is simply 'be- cause the people do not pun together, and that small cliques, by underhand work, have set themselves th.0 task of opposing anything that iheir own sweet selves are not given full con trol of. If the citizens do not allow one or another of these cliques to con trol any movement brought forward for the advantage of the town, they ' are not particular as to the natire of the opposition that they are prepared to offer and are quite, regardless of the methods they descend to adopt, it is well known in Coolgardie that these cliques have been at work of late in regard to several public movements, of which they, did not obtain that con trol which would have only served to bring ridicule upon the town. It is well known that there has been under ground engineering at work against the efforts of the Leaseholders' *and Prospectors' Association in an honest attempt to obtain some redress ...

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Notes on the Mining Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

[?] ? -® ? Bank is stateu to have amounted to 8,500 ounces for the month of March1, making a total of 14,640 ounces for the quarter just ended, as against 4,261 ounces for the corresponding three months of 1912. The tributers of the Mclntosh, at Parker's Eange, are reported to h.ave nulled 103 tons for a return of 162ozs. At the Great Victoria mine, 900 tons of ore were treated for 118ozs. At Donovan's Find battery a parcel of 143 tons from the Eclipse yielded 82%ozs.. whilst 139 tons of ore; from the Comet gave a result of 357ozs. At* the Mountain «-Jueen, Marvel Loch, 3,306 tons of ore treated, with 1,583 tons of slimes,' ' realised .1,802 gross ounces. At the Jacolefti mill-in the -same district, 675 tons of accumulated slimes were treated, and gave a re turn of 66 ozs. At the Marvel ioch 880 tons of ore were milled . for 342 ozs. of gold, 210 tons of sands yield ing 26ozs., and 24 tons of concen trates were treated at the Frpmmtle treated, the result being a return of 60 132ozs....

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Benedictine Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913

Ben e'dflctina. Missioxv From the ' Sonthern 1 Cross Times). Father' O'Malley, ' who returned lately from his visi *-» une Benedic tine Mission, New Norcia, 'speaks in glowing terms of the progress made at the Mission during the past 'year. He was entertained hospitably' by the Benedictines, with Father Bass as Prior, -and Father Castanares major domo. 'Father Castanares was for a number of years in ciiarge of the parish of Southern G.oss. After a Burvey of the' monastery itself, he was amazed at the magnificent carving, paintings, and decor aiions. The next place of visit was the lionr mill and maccaroni factory, where he had the gratification of seeing both depart ments in operation. A visit was then paid to the native boys '? school, where he was entertained by the boys. A novelty in the way of variwtt enter tainments was the step dancing by some of the native boys, who showed no small amount of aptitude in this eixercise, St. tldephonsas ' College was then visited. This college ...

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