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Diamond Drill on Frasers VISIBLE GOLD AT 968 FEET. THE BORE STILL IN LODE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
Diam@gsdl ©rill ©m Frasers \ VISIBLE GOLD AT 968 FEET. THE BOEE STILL IN LODE. (From the ' Southern Cross Times'*.) The last time Wd reported about the diamond drill on the Fraser ?s leases we had the pleasure of announ cing that ore worth loz. per ton had been passed through from a depth of' 538ft. to 542ft. That was a most en couraging matter to those who had put a little of their money into the Yilgarn Diamond Drilling Co., but in this issue we have even better news, for yesterday the drill was down to a depth of 976ft. at mid-day, and had been in lode matter from 958ft. It was exceptionally fortunate lo find the lodes on the Fraser ;s line maintained their existence at this depth; but it was exceptionally gratifying to find that at a depth of 968ft; that there was visible gold showing in the core from the bore. When there was a doubt east upon the report which was spread around town as to the finding of visible gold at the deepest point that has yet been touched on this field, o...
INTERESTING FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
.. .' INTERESTING FHH7BES. Four thousand horses raced in Great Britain last season, their value rang ing from 40,000 guineas, for Prince Palatine, to 50 guineas for selling platers. It is considered that the average value per horse would be 600 guineas. One hundred and fifty sires are serving at the stud, worth on the average 6000 guineas per head, white' ^000 mares are devoted to the breed ing of thoroughbred horse-flesh; conse quently the sires an-l dams represent a total of -6,000,000 guineas.
Football. BRIGADE DEFEAT COOLGARDIE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
Football. kRlGADE DEFEAT COOLGAEDIE. - The first match for the Coolgardie District Association premiership was played on the Eecreation Ground on Sunday afternooiij and attracted a good ? attendance, including visitors from Burbanks. The Fire Brigade players were on the ground in time fco stari play at 2.30 p.m., but there *vere many .Coolgardie absentees' up CO tnat time. j.n xaut, ii- waa tuico o'eloclr before they managed to^ se fcure a teanij and the public were an noyed over this delay.. The Brigade 'team elected 'Joe' Crawley captain, and the Coolgardie conveyed a similar honor on Chris. Kuhlman. The Bri gade players were lighter than their opponents, but it was evident they had given more attention to training than some, of their opponents. 1'his is a pity, as Coolgardie would become a Strong team df sufficiently trained; but last year this was their conspicu ous fault7 Coolgardie had the benefit of a slight wind during the first quarter, wmen blew from tne eastern towards th...
Correspondence POLITICAL RUSH. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
Coppesponaenee POLITICAL ETJSHi *.??.?? (TO the Editor,) ',: ? Sir,— At the present juncture the Electors are inundated by '» class of literature and politieans directing the * benighted elector how to vote. We are informed 'the Australian Federation is the weakest in the world.' If so mentally, physically, or lack of ca - pacity to administer the general voter will decide. The administration of ?our local Government is on a par with the Federal as to weakness. The tfood Health Act is obscured irom ob servation in the rush for power. We find innumerable blends of milk that give shades and hues as the rainbow; a composition called 'butter' that the English market prohibits from sale; and the butchers sell an aro matic compound tuat t&e ordinary blow-fly evades. Weights and meas ures go without inspection, and the quality of bread is of no considera tion. Nationalisation of the land is, one. of the Labor planks, but .the ?members are' taking miles of territory. The A.LQ.F. and...
VILGARN GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
YILGARN GOLD YIELD. : 1911 1912 1913 , ?? ; : Ozs. Ozs Ozs January .. .. 734 941 3638 February . . ; . . 322d ' 1856 25Q4 March ?/../...- .. 2894 15S2 ; Apnl .. ..... 1620 1966 May ... ...... . 658 1921 June .... .. '954 2S41 July'.. ... ? .. 1497 2476' August ',..? w 1639 2780 September iv. -.., 818. 2370 October ..v. .... 1772 3302 November .... 1215 4272 December.. .* 1570 3725 , Total . . V. ? 18595V '30032 - I
COMMONWEALTH METEOROLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
COMMONWEALTH METEOR , OLOGY. The following are the notes on the weather for the week ending Wednes day 30th April, 1913: — The opening day ol tne past week (the 23rd) was marked by a, continu ation of thundershowers on the eastern goldfields, the result of a monsoonal system which was then passing out into the Biglit. At the same time an Antarctic system approacfted the Leeu win, causing a few coastal showers, extending northwards as iar as Perth. The incoming of the Antarctic was prevented by a general rise in pres sure caused by the advance of a high pressure system on the west coast, and except . for some unimportant showers on the south coast, fine ^-weather 3et in for some days. However, monsoonal activities were again apparent on r.he Murchison on Saturday afternoon, when thunderstorms were reported, and Monday's reports indicated that fairly good falls, ranging from 20 points to 85 points, were measured, whilst some scattered thundershowers continued to fall until the end of ...
BOXING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
boxdw.' , Bombardier Wells, Great Britain's «xac'k heavyweight, who went down be fore 'Gunboal?' Smith,, is to try' con- clusions^-, with the French crack, Georges Carpentier, at Ghena, on May 23. Mattie Baldwin, who, a rew months ago, it is stated, had accepted terms for a series of matches in Australia, is evidently not boxing up lo his best form. He met Jack Britton recently, and in a one-sided contuse was easily out-pointed.
SPORTING. TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
' SPORTING,, A i i - n .'. TURF. \ Lady Medallist, who. is to be retired to the, stud, is to be mated with the imported horse, St. Savin. Mr. E. J. Craven, who also owns St. Savin, won nearly £7,000 in prize money alone with the daughter of St. Alwyne. St. Savio is by the great St. Simon, to whom Lady Medallist's sire was also related, being a grandson of the Eng lish horse. The Italian Derby, run oc Thursday, April 10, was the first of the European Derbies of. the season. Then follow the Belgian Derby on May a5, the Ep som Derby on June % sue Australian Derby oh ijune 8, the French Derby (Prix de Jockey Club) on June 15. and the German Derby on June 29. In some parts of England municipal taxpayers benefit to some extent from the large accumulated balances earned by the racing clubs. Eecently, says the 'Sportsman,' the Great Yar mouth Tace committee granted a sum of £1,000 to the corporation, and com bined with an increased revenue from the corporation estates, the authorities were ...
TRAM RUNS AMOK. DASHES DOWN HILL, WRECKING MOTOR CAR AND CAB. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
TEAM BUWI AMOK. DASHES COWN HILL, WRECKING MOTOR CAR XND CAB. . CfeftftSng out of hand at the top o§ ?Barret' Hill recently, an eleetrie tram car dashed down the ineline at a grest speed towards Whetstone. In its wild career it collided with and sm&sflied a four-wheeled cab, and a little further ?on it dashed into a .motor, ear, wMeh it The conductor, whose name is- War ; hoi. displayed great presence of mind. Standing at the rear door he barrei the passage to the platform, and pre vented the frightened, passengers from jumping out, which they were strag gling to do. He told them that if they viovld only sit still they would \w safe. . . . .' . i . When the tram, after running for about a mile, cam« to a standstill a«ar Prickley V Hill, at the eaa of Lyons ^o\7S-roaa, 'New Barnet, the pacsengers Sfongratulated tEo conductor upeia his acties, and said it was due to him that s£,me ef them had not been killed. Ta Spite of the impetus iiii gained fn descending the steep hill, an...
THE FAMOUS CORRICKS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
— — 4] ' ? ; ??'? V' ? / THE FAMOUS CORRICKS. The above name is by no means a. misnomer, as is proved in all parts of W.A. by the splendid audiences fehat have attended the Corrick per forma'npes, and; it is safe to predict th.^t wb.en they open in the Town Hall at Ooolgardie on Friday and Saturday nights the attendance will be as large, applause as liberal, and appreciation as keen, as bestowed upon them during their previous visits to the town. The excellence; of their orches tral and concerted, items— the won derful bellringingj the cornet and niella-pjione solos of Miss Ruby Cor, rick, the .flute and piccolo playing of Miss Amy Corrick, and the, accom paniments at the piano by Miss Cor rick are all equally entrancing and entertaining. Miss Elsie Corrick, who now li^kes, the place of Miss Alice, is nightly accorded ovations for her Selightful, singing, her soprano voice being one of wonderful richness and purity ap,d great volume. Mr Leon ardCarriek, saxaphdne and clarionet, and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
? ' _AND ? ^« Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. \ Brewed and Bottled by The Union Brewery « Kalgoorfie ^^^D'^T'^n'W Sr' (Ph'W £^ 1 'Herman Street All Old Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie Friends Welcomed. Only Best Brands Stocked. Miss Eo Brien - - Proprietress ~^XJSTR^_LI^. liOTEL Opposite Post Office. Catto's Special Bulk Whisky. Splendid Accommodation. .Billiard Room and attention. Best on the Fields. 4 Popular House with Visitors. ?R.Misbet - . . Proprietor DENVER CITY HOTEL, COOLGARDIE. R. LOWMAN L j Proprietor '-: Close to Railway Station, Municipal Gardens and Bo,wliDg Greeri: '' . ? 1 . ?» ?j BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS. — ALL DRINKS ARE THE COOLEST , ; ' '' 7 . ? — .' ' ' ? : ? r ttdtropoUtan. Hotel ? . 'Bavlev Street Mrs Whitakep and Miss Butler Proprietresses. MOST POPULAR HOUSE IN TOWN. Splendid Accommodation. ' -? ' . ? UNION BEER ON DRAUGHT. Best Brands only of Wines and Fpirits. The Metropolitan is the House where Everything is of the Best Quality. WIDGiEMOOLTHA . ' Best ...
BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
BOWLS To-day the last '.B' pennant match of 'the season will be played, ^h^u' the /locals meet the Kalgoorlie team at Kalgoorlie :.— The following is the Coolgardie' team— . Mitchell (capt.), Benhess, Smtth, Brutori. Berryman (capi), Clegg, Eldridge, Bradshaw;
Coolgardie Races. THE WEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
Coolgardie Races. THE WEIGHTS. Following are the weights for the ,wo principal events of the Coolgardie Hacing Club's meeting : — ./. AUTUMN HANDICAP, Seven furlongs - (Run May 14). ? Swagger ? % 9 Full Sail ... ... 9 1 Glorify . ...' ' ... 8 10 Marcaux .' ? 8 /§ Ordination ? 8 7 Utopian ? .' 8 6'' ThigenThu... ... 8' J Highguard ? 8 2 Third Best ... - .'.. r 7 13 , Snowfoot ? 7 11 Snapcap ? \ 7 11 .1 Chief Secretary ;.. 7 9 ' Louvima ..'. ... 7 3 Moora ? 7 Q Cosy.,, ,,. „. 6 9 Northern Lily ... 6 9 - Eggshell' ? 6 7,' Count Zeppelin - ... 6 7 Roserial ... ...' 6 7 Tabu ? ,. . 6 7 Buttons ? '6 7 AUTUM^'oUft , One' mile and three furlongs. (Run May 17). . Swagger ? 9 11 ? Dingwall ... '..'. 8 13 Moonyoon ... ... 8-9 ThigenThu... '..-. $ § ,; Muralite .,, ;,j 8 0 Utopian „.. ... -8 0 Third Best ... ' ... , 7 8 James III .;. ... 7\3 ' The Trigger ... 7 1 ' Solo Girl ? - 6 12 Moora ? r£,lQ Chief Secretary .„ 6. 10 - .Skipton .,, ... 6 7 Eggshell ... ... 6 7 .Gamamah ... ... 6 7 Mistake ...
QUOITS. BURBANKS TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
QUOITS. BUEBANKS TOUBNAMENT. Eecently, Mr. W. Austin initiated a quoit tournament at Buxbanks, 12 yards with 61b. quoits. The competi tion took place on. a. pitch adjoining the Exchange Hotel, and was won by Albert Gray (10 behind scratch), with Ned Pickup (5 on) second, and E. Arthur (6 on), third. Another tourna ment for enticing stakes will com mence on Monday or Tuesday next.
FOOTBALL. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. Coolgardie v. Burbanks. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
FOOTBALL. 1 ASSOCIATION MATCHES. 1 '' ' * . - , i 1. Coolgardie v. BurLaiike. ? This match will be play'od^ on die Association ground to-morrow, and as both teams. are putting their best 'feet,' forward there should be a keen'contest. Therejs good material (with training) on both aides, and ihe Burbanks boys' have an idea that they will win this season's premier shin. The teams. will be selected from the following— Coojgardie ;. Kuhlmanne, Jones (2), Taylor, Logan, Maguire, Hewitt, Edwards, Reid, Tardif, Gray, Austin, James, Kretchmar. . William'--, Micheli, Pustkuchen, Rigious; i Loru ton, Griffiths, Reid, W, Lancst.T, Bouhdy. Burbanks: \\ ulk.i, Lous, dale, Bearne. Hobba (2), Hickey (2), McLean, Slight, Park, J.| Jones, Poulter, Eat©n,, Pickup, l^awdeo, Chesher, Bromley, Allen, Wear moutb, with .Rodda,. O'Donougb, Burcill, and- Reynolds as emer gencies. * : ?' The 18 to represent the Codlgardie Third-rate Football Team in their match against Kalgoorlie Third-rates next Sunday will...
Amusements Kings Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
Amusements King's Pictures ? Owing tq th^ eold weather the above pictures will be shown on Thursday evenings ©nly until further notice. The programme set down for Thursday next is an exceptionally fine one and includes amongst other good films a special feature subject 240Q0Et ong by the Vitagraph. Coy entitled The Re-Incarnation, o^ Karma. This is an exceptionally fine picture and is of a high claos standard.
THE WAGES OF PEACE IS DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
THE WAGES ioP PEACE IS DEATH. Th© gradual decrease in the native population of the Solomon IsJ&nds is a matter of some concern to planters in the Pacific^ and even, now there is some difficulty in obtaining suitable boys. J)T. W. Thorold Quaifo stated what, in his opinion, was at least on© of the causes for the decrease in the native population in the Solomons, in common, with all the- other islands of the Pacific. Home people attributed the decrease that was going on in the other islands to the introduction of foreign diseases ?but that did not apply to the Solomons^ where there was; comparatively tittle disease, and but little tuberculosis, which was the great a,oo.urge among semi-civilised people, He thought the reason foy their dying eff might be footed for }n the stoppage of their iater-fcribal warfare, which naturally kjep$ them in. good fettle in times gone by. The natives, did very little woA flOW; consequently deterioration, was the result. What has the Peace . So c...
The Industrial Situation. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
The Industrial Situation. The south coast strike continues. There is desolation at Bulli and the other coaly centres. And there is deep disappointment in the breast of Mr. Carmichael, the Minister for La- bor. He had gone much further than &nbsp; &nbsp; any Minister of the Crown ought to have gone, not merely in treating with men who are openly defying the law, but in offering concessions which vir- tually amounts to a grovel of the com- munity generally before those who were inflicting grievous bodily injury upon it. He fully thought that his offer would have been accepted by the aggregate meeting, but it was uncom- promisingly turned down. The Act &nbsp; was to be altered to suit their cir- cumstances, work was to be found for the three men who had been dismissed, who had been made the pretext for the stoppage, and there was to be no "vic- timisation" but every man was to go back to the work which he had left. But this would not suit the men who live by ind...
Minmi. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 10 May 1913
Minmi. A development of profound signifi- &nbsp; cence is taking place at Mimni, in the northern coal district. The collieries of Messrs. J. and A. Brown are situ- ated here, and masters and men, tired of the monotonous strife and ill-feel- ing which are constantly being stirred up by the agitators, have made an agreement, which is satisfactory to both sides, and which is to last for &nbsp; &nbsp; five years. The men did not consult &nbsp; the Colliery Employees Federation &nbsp; &nbsp; before taking this step. Indeed that body condemned it, and did its level best to prevent the men withdrawing themselves from its clutches. Now &nbsp; that the deed is done, the Minmi lodges have been formally expelled from the Federation, and it is said that the coal which they raise will be boycotted. What is more disquiet- &nbsp; &nbsp; ing still, it is further stated that the waterside workers will refuse to handle the Minmi ...