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THE STRIKE AFFLICTION [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

THE STRIKE AFFLICTION   One question which concerns the public very much at present   is industrial unrest. Under Labor, it will continue. The position   is becoming unbearable. In two years there have been 230 strikes involving a loss to the working classes of over £8,000,000.— Ms Fairbairn, at South. Yarra. RULE FROM CANBERRA   You may as well try to put a battleship through the eye of a   needle as to put effective legislation for the whole of the Common-   wealth through one Legislative Assembly at Canberra. — Mr Deakin     at Sydney. THE LOAFING PROPHET Loafing is a good thing. Throughout the world loafing is the ambition of every man who wishes to get on. If the men have loafed, it is to their credit, because every man who makes a job last longer helps to reduce the time between that and the next — Mr John Curtain, Secretary of tbe Woodworkers' Union— The kind of man to whom...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DARLOT DISTRICT AND DEEP LEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

___________             DARLOT DISTRICT AND DEEP LEAD.     __________           The Darlot State battery during the present run has crushed the following parcels: — King of the Hills (Messrs. Fisher and Rigall), 120 tons for 69ozs.; Monte Christo (Messrs. Woods and party), 20 tons for 18ozs. 5dwts.; Lass o' Gowrie (Messrs. Mackie and Hos- kins), 48 tons for 96ozs. The latter party worked on unpayable ore for some time before raising the parcel of ore which gave this satisfactory re- sult.           The State mill is at present running on about 650 tons, from the King of the East mine. This parcel is expected to yield between 15dwts. and loz. per ton. The Darlot people consider (says the " Leonora Miner") this mine is one of the best outback, but require...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ILMENITE LODE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

AN ILMENITE LODE.   ___________       Recently, a prospector in the vicin- ity of the old Indicator found a body of material going down that he   thought might be wolfram. He brought a sample to this office, and an analysis was made by the courtesy of the Dir- ector of the School of Mines (Mr. F.   Allen). This showed the sample to be "Ilnienite," the constituent parts of which are oxide of iron and titanium, there being also a little magnetic iron in the sample. Ilmenite is a difficult metal to smelt, and many inventions were tried at one time to render it of commercial value in tne treatment of steel. Mr. T. D. Clare (England), who was one of the principal experi- mentalists in this connection, made   ground Ilmenite into " titanic paint," which was used to protect ironwork. When Ilmenite is powdered fine it makes a good knife polish, but as a metal its commercial value is depreci- ated by t...

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MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

MINING. The final result of the crushing at Tindal's battery from the Empress of Coolgardie is not available, but the   value per ton, was up to the estimate.   Unfortunately there were so many delays in connection with the crush- ing that wood and labor absorbed much of the gold and prevented a satisfactory result. It is intended, however, to continue operations.   NEWS AND NOTES.   Mr. McCahon, who has been pros- pecting near Bayley's South for some time, is leaving here, as he has se- cured the right to treat the big accu- mulation of tailings at the Two Mile Reef, Bardoc. He expects this will   take him about two years, and it is   his present intention to have another   venture in Coolgardie at the end of   that time.   Messrs. Bruce and Cameron, at the   old King Solomon, have put down a prospecting shaft on the west of the   battery, a...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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THE SOURCE OF ALLUVIAL GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

THE SOURCE OF ALLUVIAL GOLD. i Many theories have been expounded   as to the source of alluvial gold, but   the generally accepted belief is that   has come from decomposition of reefs   and lodes. Writing on the occurrence of gold on this field, Mr. Torrington   Blatchford has given tho' following in   formation: — 'The gold won on this iield h'as been   derived from three sources, viz.: — Al- luvial workings, lodes or formations, and quartz roofs. From th'e^date of its discovery to the proboiit day the Coolgardie goldfield iius been noted for its rich alluvial finds/ the fiist and richest of these being m the vicin ity of Bayley's Reward Claim, and locally known as " Spud" and "Fly     Flats." Besides the above named; lo calities the dry-blower has prospected, often with success, most of the other flats on the eastern slopes, though only to a few feet from the surfa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

DR. SHELOON'S MAGNETIC LINIMENT FOR             RHeumatism, Lumbago,     Lame Back, etc.       I /6 GUARANTEED. 3/-  

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THE DAVIS CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

THE DAVIS CUP.   (By " Footfault " in '' Sydney Telegraph.")       For some years past America has   adopted a system of ranking her players, and from the classification it is easily learned who are officially re- garded as the strongest players. The ranking for 1912 has just been notified here, and includes no less     than 100 players. Though most of the interest, as a rule, attaches almost solely to America, it is of special interest this year to other continents, in view of the fact that America, as well as several other nations, is practically certain to send its challenge for the Davis Cup, now that England will be the venue, for at least, the next contest. From the ranking, some idea might be gathered as to who is likely to represent Ame- rica in that contest. The first place has been filled by Maurice E. Mc- Laughlin, who came to Australia in   1909, to play in the Davis C...

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Death of Mr. Dawson. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

Death of Mr. Dawson. Yesterday Mr A. Roberts, formerly attorney at Tindals, wired to the members of the Coolgardie Club that Mr Halkett Dawson, late chairman of directors of the mine, had died that morning. Mr Dawson, who was well-known in Coolgardie, was at one time a member of the press in Mel- bourne, but he went through the required curriculum and became a barrister of the court in Victoria. He did a lot of police court work and was recognised as a good petty ses- sions man. He did a great amount of good work for Tindals, and, starting from a poor state of affairs, made a mine. It is interesting to know that he was a brother of Peter Dawson— not the singer, but the great whisky distiller.

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MINER ACCOUNTS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

MINER ACCOUNTS     All accounts due by me should be sent to Mr C. B. Moor or this office and accounts due to me must be only paid to him or at this office. A. M. McINTYRE

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Amusements King's Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

Amusements   King's Pictures   A complete change of pictures will be presented on Thursday evening next, the chief attraction being the   great comedy " Asta Neilsen in a   fix." This film can be best described   as the longest and most laughable comedy ever screened in Coolgardie. Something novel, something good. An old favorite in a new role. The marvellous versatility of the popular Swedish actress, Miss Asta Neilsen, is strikingly shown in this latest sub- ject. It is a representation of real, rollicking humor, which cannot fail to create hearty laughter.

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YILGARN MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

YILGARN MINING. The rapid growth of the gold out- put of theYilgarn field during the past few months is a fulfilment of the pre- dictions made some considerable time ago by the field's most sanguine op- timist — the conductor of the local paper at Southern Cross. Every credit should be given to the cheery optimism voiced by this champion of Yilgarn.   The beginning of the increase was the returns from the Mountain Queen, at Marvel Loch. Now that the Bullfinch has joined the list of regular pro- ducers and the Corinthian North has followed quickly on the same track, the sanguine supporters of the field are looking for still further regular contributors to the monthly yields.   The Edna May promises to be a good mine, if the report and opinion of Mr. A. E. Morgans be worth anything at all. There is every reason to believe that the mine will make good, for the gold is there and the indications are that a great deal more gold will be won from this mine than the...

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Football Coolgardie v. Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

Football. Coolgardie v. Fire Brigade.   This match will be played on the Association ground to-morrow, and as both teams are putting their best " feet'' forward there should be a keen contest. The old campers are reported to have a hot lot to serve up. The teams will be selected from the following — Coolgardie ; Kuhlmanne, F. Jones, Taylor, Logan, Maguire, Edwards, Reid, Tardif, Gray, Austin, James, Kretchmar, Williams, Yates, Pustkuchen, Lancaster (2), Gilbert, Fyshe, Egbert. Fire Brigade — Goss, Smith, Crawley, Devine, O'Shea, Er- skine, Penglase, Outridge, Larcombe, Ross, Lancaster, Dunne, Read, Carr (2), Castagnetti, Bailey ____________     Cheap Living — In this issue Mr Tom Dawson announces that he is selling meat at lower rates than have prevailed up to the present time. He has taken a shop opposite his grocery store and guarantees that he will co tinue his low-prices . Beyond that he threatens to make further reductions, if necessary. _...

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TRAM RUNS AMOK. DASHES DOWN HILL, WRECKING MOTOR CAR AND CAB. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

TRAM RUNS AMOK. DASHES DOWN HILL, WRECKING MOTOR CAR AND CAB. Getting out of hand at the top of Barnet Hill recently, an electrie tram car dashed down the incline at a great speed towards Whetstone. In its wild career it collided with and smashed a four-wheeled cab, and a little further on it dashed into a motor car, which is practically wrecked. The conductor, whose name is War- ren, displayed great presence of mind. Standing at the rear door he barred the passage to the platform, and pre- vented the frightened passengers from jumping out, which they were strug- gling to do. He told them that if they would only sit still they would be safe. When the tram, after running for about a mile, came to a standstill near Prickley's Hill, at the end of Lyons- down-road, New Barnet, the passengers congratulated the conductor upon his action, and said it was due to him that some of them had not been killed. In spite of the impetus it gained in descending the steep hill, and of the curve near t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

Union Bulk Beer — AND — Union Gold Top Ale. Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. Brewed and Bottled by The Union Brewery - Kalgoorlie Savoy Hotel, Hannan Street         Kalgoorlie         All Old Coolgardie acd Kalgoorlie Friends Welcomed. Only Best Brands Stocked. Miss E. Brien - - Proprietress     AUSTRALIA HOTEL     Opposite Post Office.   Catto's Special Bulk Whisky. Splendid Accommodation. Billiard Room and attention. Best on the Fields. A Popular House with Visitors. R.Nisbet - - - Proprietor DENVER CITY HOTEL, COOLGARDIE. R. LOWMAN - - Proprietor   Close to Railway Station, Municipal Gardens and Bowling Green.   — BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS. — ALL DRINKS ARE THE COOLEST     Metropolitan Hotel . . Bayley Street,   ___________________ Mrs. Whitake...

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Empire Day. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

===================             Empire Day. Empire Day was celebrated locally at the State school, when there was a large attendance of pupils and parents. Before the formal proceed- ings were entered upon the parents and other visitors made an inspection of the various class-rooms, and were greatly impressed by the character of the work that had been done under the direction of headmaster Mr Har- per and his competent staff. The pupils were then marshalled to the largest class-room where patriotic songs were rendered, and excellent addresses were delivered by the president (Dr Ellis) and other mem- bers of the school board. All their speeches were of an appropriately   patriotic character, and it was im-   pressed upon the young members of the audience how important a part they would be called upon to play in the destiny of the growing Australian nation. At the conclusion of the ...

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EX-MAYOR'S VISIT. MR. MONAGHAN AND THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

EX-MAYOR'S VISIT. MR. MONAGHAN AND THE PRESS.   The visit of ex-Mayor Monaghan to the races waa not allowed to pass un- noticed, as the present Mayor (Mr. P. McPherson) invited councillors to   have a glass with him, in the Mayor's   parlor, on the eve of Mr. Monaghan's     return to Fremantle. A number of complimentary addresses were deliver- ed by the Mayor, councillors and staff,   and Mr. Monaghan made an excellent reply, but the function was of a pri-   vate nature.   Before sitting down, Mr. Monaghan said he was pleased to see that a paper had been started in Coolgardie again, and he wished the promoter all suc- cess. Certainly, it was only a weekly paper, but that was a start, and it was something to watch the interests of the town, and, like a watchdog, give alarm on the approach of danger. The paper was already doing good work, and he wished it would have a pros- perous c...

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IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 24 May 1913

IN MEMORIAM.   The name of Samuel Cawthray will long be held in affectionate remem- brance by residents of Coolgardie. His benevolence and charity were widely felt, and never sought in vain. Seven years ago the late Mr. Cawthray and his wife entertained 850 children at a Christmas tree in the town. Such men as he can ill be spared, and it will gratify all who knew him to learn that St. Andrew's (Coolgardie) has been enriched by a marble scroll which has been placed on the south   wall in memory of him. The scroll is inscribed as follows: — "In loving memory of Samuel Cawthray, M.P.S., R.D.S., beloved husband of Marino Cawthray; born Sept. 30th, 1867; died Nov. 7th, 1912; buried in Waverley Cemetery." The congregation, when seated, may read the inscription with ease from any part of the building. At the 11 a.m. service on Whit Sunday the me- morial stone was unveiled. The choir moved in procession from the vestry, singing the 122 Psalm, and took up their pla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

Grocery $ Provision Department Apricots— Dried, Is 3d 1b Almonds (Soft Shell)—]/- lb , ' ;' Arrowroot — lOd tin i i Anchovy Sauce — Is and Is 6d bottle « Alum — 6dperlb - '^ Acid — Tartaric, 2d packebT K ?' Citric Crystals, 3s lb Asparagus (Royal Red)— 2s 3d tin Borax Powder— 6d lb Benzine— 9d^ bottle ~\ - Bacon — Only Leading Lines stocked ?By-side? lr^TIB*'- N , Best Cuts, Is 2d lb Shoulders from- lOd lb .-- ' Rashers, Is 3d lb Beans— Tinned, 9d tin . , . Baking Powder— Excelsior, '1 lb tins, Is 3d tin ,''?,.., Arcade, Is tin ? ? Barley — Patent, Is tin ' * ? Pearl, 5d lb- - Blue — Reckitt's, Is dozen Boot Polish— Nuggetf^d- tin ^ _' Bird Seed— lOd bag Bovril— 2 oz, Is 9d ; 4 oz, 3s 3d Bran — -. Butter Biscuits— Household, Rice', Tea, Ginger Nuts, Mixed* 7d lb Swallow & Ariell's — Coffee, Marie, Toast, Soda, Bicycle, and Fancy, Is lb ? * * Short Bread Creams, Is 4rl lb Custard Powders— Bird's, 8d , 'Carraway Seeds— Is 6d lb Chillies— Bird's Eye, 4d oz,' Cakes— S. &...

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A FLOATING COAL MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 31 May 1913

' A FLOATING 'COAl'lSIRE.'. Most people would think, naturally % enough, that the obvious way to dls charge a coal cargo would 'be from the top. But, nowadays, it is exact ly the reverse; the easiesrt way is to restore the - fuel , after a fash ion , to something resembling .the position it originally occupied under^iutind, ana work it out; afresh from under-' neat*i. That is why the Admiralty 'iave recently built several craft which are literally flouting coal pits. One, of about the size of the bat Qeships of a year or two ago, holds 1.2,000 tons, and was built on the Tyhe for service at Portsmouth. Another, considerably smaller in sise, has recently been launched on the Thames. 'In both of them tho general idea is alike. The vessels are fitted with shafts and levels, ex actly as in a colliery, whi*h, when the holds through which these ex tend are filled,; penetrate the whole mass. But thcra^ia no hewing as in a pit. In the bottom level a mi. . =er ol Apertures are fitted, to whic...

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