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BIRTHDAY GIFT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

. . BIRTHDAY GIFT. . The tributers at Burbanks' Birthday . Gift '(Biggs and party) hadtwo clean ups during the last month.- The amal gam first taken off the plates yielded 326ozs. 2dwts., and the final cle:m up gave 371ozs. 2dwts. 12grs., mailing a total of 697ozs. 4dwts. 12gra. from 1.550 tons This average of practically 9dwfs. per ton is lower than the tri buters have been getting, but they have a large body of stone. Until word comes from England nothing de finite .will be heard about the fv.ture of the mine, but it is understood the company intends to work the property, starting men to do the development work; and then some 200 will bo em- ' ployed. . : . . ? -:

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
MAY YET BE PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

MAY. YET BE PREMIER, There is a Northam youth of whom some day we should hear more. lie (sajrs the 'Northam Adverse:''; was one of- the applicants for the junior clerkship in the MmieipMl Council, and, hearing that a .setectic.-i had been made from the numerous :??- pirants, bearded -the Town Cl'/c in his den. There was no hesitation in his manner, but rather was it ? oth fir- wise. He came directly to the p -int and in formal tone asked, 'May I in quire has the appointment of '? junior clerk been made?' 'Yes,' answered the surprised Town Clerk. 'My name is so-and-so,' continued the would-be rate-writer, 'am I the successful can didate?' 'No, you -are not,' said the now perspiring Town Clerk. 'Ani I presumptious in asking, who is1?'' 'Well,' gasped the cross-examined one, 'the information is not yet pub lic. ' (Probably our municipal officer hadn't another button on his vest by this time — but there was more to come and an explosion was very near to happening when the would-be minut...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HIDDEN SECRET NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

HIDDEN SECEET NORTH. The Coolgardie syndicate whicn owns the Hidden Secret North, at Eundvne, six miles from Higginsville, appears to be degged by intervals of bai Jack. Some two years ago the mine was let on tribute, because the syndic ue had been exhausting its resources !ooking for pay ore that had been missed. The tributers had the good luck to pick up ? the lode, and did well. Then tho syn dicate worked the mine again, aud had mapped out a good development policy; but-an abnormally dry season has mi'v i^^to block the programme. The Gov ernment dam ran dry, and this cut offl all water for the boilers, and the little water that the mine makes is too dense even for buttery uses. It contains an unusually high percentage of tolids, and the condenser plants last no lime if an attempt is made to deal v,rith the water from the workings. The posi tion caused the head of the syndicate (Mr. J. Kay HallJ to go down to Eun dyne on Friday of last week, and when r lie was confirmed as to the ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SAD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

SAD. Of all sad words ? - That chemists have 'known The saddest are: 'May . I use your 'phone?'* The richest of us have our cares j The poorest have their fun; ' - So .smile about the day's affairs— ? - That way, they 're quickly' done. , ' Ea-.li mile with burdens' is beset,' But growling won't repair it; - . ,Wheu trouble: comes, don't sit and fret,. It 's best to grin* and' bear it;. ,

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ADVERTISING EXEMPTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

ADVERTISING EXEMPT1O NS. Under a wise law the person in Queensland who is seeking exemption from the labor covenants on a liining tenement has to advertise that fa?t in a newspaper. If this were don 3 here the public would probably lodgo more objections' to exemptions than they do at present, and the pernicious^ syscem of grouting exemptions at head office would be minimised if not utterly abolished'. -' ' . .?'?'?

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

? ? OHAR^ES -B. MOOE - - - Jqcorporated jTccountarjt . Fire, t Accident and Life Assurances Effected. Quotations giyen for all classes of mining machinery. Address— West Australian Bank Chambers, Coolgardie Hannan-streer. KALGOORLIE' ? 0. 05 STKINMEYER ' - - . Proprietor A regular. visitor to Goolgardie, welcomes all visitors to Kalgoorlie Everything of the best and a pleasant time to all AFi-EIl ALL ? — — ? IS THE BEST When Ooolgardie men visit Kalgoorlie they ? —-A 1 ways ask for Hannan's ? -jo-.* 'xfAc^i^y 11 t5i boil. Dairy Produce ' Merchant, .Commission and Indent Agent . . _ WOODWARD STBEBT '_ Local agent for. James Gillespie, Ltd,' Millers,- Northam, Robur Tea Co, London ancl Liverpool and-Grlobe Insurance Go, Stocks of Butter, Bacon,' and Gheeae ? Sugar and Kerosene always on hand \ —_AND ? ~~ | _ Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. - - ' ' Brewed and Bottled by The Union Brewery « Kalgoorlie ?

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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THE CAMEL PADDOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

THE CAMEL PADDOCK. . Some reference was made 'in our first issue to some of the shows m the Camel Paddock, but a more d3 Sailed inspection made since then has soTved to show that the' value of this b.-l'j of countrv may easily be under-estimated. At the sanJB time, while the rich 'labs referred to exist, there is no occasion to claim that all the ore is high grade, for it is not. Tne Camel Paddo-i'* line is distinctly horneblende country, and . * in places masses, of ore are so silky as to approach towards an asbesfoS^iiar acter, biit be the rock hard or sblt^b . is purely horneblende in chara^tor car rying a little quartz hero and -iiiere, more in some places 'than in o'-.hers, and occasionally small veins of-vheo-.- .'' lite. . ? -,',.. 7?r'-;Tr^A\:-: ???_. It is simost certa^;4hat; ; t.he/o are three lines of lodes. 1 -.He first 'of 1 lies? '?-.-? ??? ' ' is that .of the Union Jack,' ^ho old dump of which is a land mark for' many miles. Here there is more quirtz -.. than elsewher...

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

j ' ?:? -:-?? ' -' ???- -i.\. ? . -?? — ifiavftv FTnf pi- ;Hannen street ?All Old CoO'ganlie ard Fvalgoorlie Friends Wfelcouaed. Ouly Best Brands Stocked. Miss E. Brien - - Proprietress AUSTRALIA . HOTEL Opposite Post Office., Catto's SpeciarBuik Whisky.- Splendid Arcommodaiion. Billiard Room and attention. Besfc on the Fields. ' ' \ Popu'ar House with Visitors. R /Nisbit \~ : -- -Proprietor - DEN VEK i CITY ; HOTEL, COfJLG.'.wpiE . K LOWMAJf '- ~ -' Proprietor Closp-tn Railway Station, Municipal Gardens and Bowling Grpan. — BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS. — \ ? \LL-DRIN^._AUe!-TMI^(JsOOLEST . x ,' FO'tf A COOL SCHOONER O'1- 'UNION ALE. 7 '' ' A Li; BEST BRANDS. .' Bot^li* Di'i'Vi: tr»'iem, p. J'ju'(»ifilty r H v ? rviliin** ai ,Kn!_-f)or-','- f'-ui1?.-. i'EL--.'pHONE' 18. .: .,. ;' '' . '' j'. P. M AR ; IJf.' Pio|.r:i-i..r. - ;'? ' . -'White3 ''Hart Hotel, '? ???-''?' ' \ ' '.OO«)LniARU.iE. , * ? ' (. , n 't':-V ':-ul Vi« ;??-; is' x\,-:u-k*i.' ~ igg0 A Vv *-li- n- to ViM'. is M.ri-j'mvt.'...

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"OUR MEMBER." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

'OUR MEMBER.' Mr. C. McDowall, M.L.A., frequently refers to himself as a 'visiting mem ber' when his gold pass conve/3 him to Coolgardie, but he gets aling at pretty ^regular intervals to receive the ' upbraidings of 'chose of his constituents who are of opinion that-he does not do enough for the district. On these oc casions Mac rears lip on the srlilts of nationalism and declares that ho i« no 'roads and bridges' member. Un fortunately this is so. At the ore'sent time Coolgardie wants some Stti.e as sistance, and the mining industry has just as many claims as the fruit growers, whose good will is being so ^assiduously courted at tho oresent time. However'y Mr. McDowall has promised -!.to do his best for his dis'.rict so that we may do better in the future — if the 'eockies' haven't suckad the ?State cow dry.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
A BANKRUPTCY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

A BANKRUPTCY CASE. 'When the late licensee of the Wes tral Hotel, Mr. Steve Timewell, left Coolgardie, he was supposed to be in affluent circumstances; conseq.ientlj the bankruptcy petitions that, have been filed against him have been the subject of considerable discusr-ion. Timewell, whose present address i;j not - generally known, holds the Burbanks Hotel, through a representative, but on finding that the Perth and Fre inantle merchants were taking bmk (ruptcy proceedings, Mr. Charlie- Vin cent stepped in to. protect his own in terests, and George TJnwin is now in charge.

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WANTS TO EARN IT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

WANTS TO EARN IT. me doctor says my- husband will have to be operated upon.' 'f What's, the trouble?' asked the pliarmaeist. - - ? . 'We don't fcnoiw, but we suspect he has discovered that we hare money^ir the .bank.*' ' .

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MINING. THE TINDAL'S MEETING. OLD BOARD REFLECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

MINING. ' - ?- XHE TINDA1. ' B ME£ i'^:; ? i. rue annuai meeting ojc ^^leuoiutsis m Tmaai ;s^ tr.'Ai. Co. was neia ia m.ei. boiimo'on- Jc'riuay *oi last weei, wuvn . cne report ana iDaiance-snes^ ;vere ajdopteci. . . ' Tne directors' report eontainai tne loliowing: — ' lour directors herewith saum.t tne balaiice-sneet ana- statemenu oi. ao-, - J?r ?counts, duly audited, lor r\»eive luoiiLus, tog«jtner witii repoic ox juine manager. Owing to Dacu.warti a-i\-Jop- nientj which snould, but tor iac.». oi runas,- have been vigorously caracal on tor tiie past two years, tne naiqunt of ore treated lias been incondidi-:arjie. iis a result, operations snow a small, loss; and your directors cousiaoj.;-J. it prudent to suspend operations '.-ii Otn - December last, and aiaim six norms' exemption, wnien hasNatfeu. g-^ajted. xhe fresh calling power^'utliori&'Jd on 23tii April last year, will euao'^ tne company to carry out promisrag pro- & jects.' lie manager (Mr. Bernard J. .tfr*....

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JIMMY BEASLEY SAYS: [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

, SIMMY BEASLEY SAYS -Adriee is like medicine; it depends' _ a good deal on who is taking ifc and what for.

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A CHEERFUL VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

A CHEERFUL VlEW. ,?;--?_ Mr. W. Aust'lnJ proprietor of the Ex change Hotel at Burbanks, and for a long time member of the Cooigardie Roads Board, takes a very cheerful view of Burbanks' prospects, i-id sug gests that- while the Governmoiu is cutting Coolgardie down some 0? the Government officers should be sont out there. Certainly that would be hi wise a proceeding as that o'f sending them to Kalgoorlie on the plea of economy and at the same time increasing -the public expenditure. :-;;....' Thfi 'WR.C. meeting will be brought to a conclusion to-day. ff:The ? -principal e- ent. will be the Champion Stake! for which Piastre ] looks -to hare a chance Beoond to none

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THE GOLD ROBBERIES. WONDERFUL SKILL OF THE MEN WHO STOLE £10,000. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

THE GOLD ROBBERIES. WONDERFUL SKILL OF THE MEN TOO STOLE £10,000. .. ? A — : ? The boxes containing the lead, which had been substituted for 10,000 sove heigM/ part of a consignment of 200,000 sent from the Bank of Eng land to the Alexandria branch of the Credit-Lyonnais, Were opened and ex amined recentlv at Cannon-street Hotel in' the presence of bank and insurance officials and . others. It was -thought probable that the boxes -were not those in which the bul iori was originally packed, but replicas carefully prepared beforehand. The examination, however, disposed of that idea. After prolonged and eareful scrutiny . not the slightest doubt was felt by those competent to pass judg ment on the matter that the boxes were the originals. ' ? '? They were still weighted- with the lead found in them at Alexandria, and .it was plain that th.ay had been prised -pen with extreme care. Though the marks caused by the jemmy were care fully disguised^ thej- *ere apparent to the skilled eyes of...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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A Brighter Outlook. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

A Bpigiitep Outlo@k. — ; — . ♦ ? Though, interes'c in. mining is oead in Perth and the leading nowsj) ipera are either hostile or apathetic, about the State's chief * industry, it .s (;om forting to those who have faith i i 'rhe future of our mineral resources to '*:now that never since the gold Doomoi: Ival goorlie was at its zenith has tli3 out look been brighter than it is at pre sent. For some years the starti'»j{ of a fairly large reduction plant wis a rare happening; now there avs big plants being started at remarkably short intervals. It is not long sunee tho Holman mill was placed on . the Mountain Queen; a few' months jater Marvel Loch got into stride; the Vic torious at Ora Banda - is rapidly in creasing its tonnage; .Bullfinch ins the tralk of its machinery going i a. full swiug; the Queen of the Hills, equip ped with a sister plant to the oie on the Mountaiu Queen, has b,een started; the 20 stamps on the North 'Jorin thiaii will be ready to start duty text month, and Edn...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROFESSIONAL ROGUE'S VARIED TITLES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

PROFESSIONAL ROGUE'S VARIED TITLES. ? ♦- ? — For a dating robb&ry the Paris police have laid two rogues by the heels who go by the titles of 'Robert ds Creey, Comts.de Kersaht,' and 'Cigar Stump,' the latfer being 'a dwarf. Their real names are Pierre Michel and Paul Aubert. A Parisian jeweller recently receiv ed a letter purporting to come from two wealthy German merchanto pars ing through Paris, who were desireus of purchasing six gold watches. Th© letter frequesfed .tjhati some wa'ticheB should be sent to a cafe in order to permit a selection to be made. The jeweller complied and sent an employee with a box containing twenty watches, valued at £600. : The pseudo German merchants made their choice and thea asked the em ployee to inquire over the telephone what would be the cost of engraving on the watch case a monogram and a count's crown. The employee went. to the telephone, but wlien h& returned the 'merchants' had vanished — and the watches with them. The same e...

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NOT HARD FOR HIM. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

NOT HARD FOR HIM. Once -.Sherlock Holmes, that famous sleuth, . Who runs' bad men to earth, And from the false can pick the truth, On clues of little wortL, Was 'up against' a knotty case That baffled all his skill; Defeat was staring in his face, His brain was standing still. A scrap of paper, scribbled o'er, Was all the clue he had; All night lie' paced the corridor, And Watson thought him mad. 'If I could only read this thing,' . He cried in gore disniav, 'To justice soon the thief I'd bring; -'. What does this paper say!' But neithisr he nor Watson een The message could maice out; They even tried to read between The lines to clear the doubt. But all in vain! The mystery Of what was hidden there Remained unsolved for them to see And left them in despair. At last a stranger came' that way, The script to - him was shown; He read the note without, delay, And to them made it known, 'That' stuff is easy,'''' said he then, 'It's '{just as clear as light, - For I'm a chemist, gentlemen,...

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PADDY HIGGINS AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

PADDY HIGGINS AGAIN.     The discoverer of Higginsville is again prospecting in Coolgardie, and   appears to be getting on to something on the town side of the King Solomon.     He is working in with a local svf indi- cate close to the open cut on the far side of Mt! Eva, where some riin re turns were obtained a few yoars ago, and ,is on a lode which gives a little gold up to the present, with the pro mise of better values when more work has been done.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
SHOT DEAD BY "TOY" PISTOL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 8 March 1913

SHOT DEAD BY "TOY" PISTOL. A verdict of "Accidental death"   was returned at an inquest at Sunder- land Infirmary upon James Crack, 17, a clerk, of Seaham Harbour, who died from the effects of a wound in the temple inflicted by a "toy" pistol. The evidence showed that deceased and a companion named Frederick Bellerby had been out on a ratting ex- pedition, and on returning the latter was taking the weapon from his pocket when it accidentally went off. The jury expressed the opinion that some restriction should be placed on the sale of so-called toy pistols, and the coroner said it was deplorable that such weapons should be placed in the hands of boys.

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