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Amusements King's Pictures [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

Amusements King's Pictures . ' , ? An excellent programme^ King's pictures will be -presented at the Royal Hall on Thursday next, Avhen the special exclusive feature' subject will be the ?? Escape of tlie White (Jlovc Gaug^*' a big film in two parts, in which many sensational events are depicted. There will be a num ber of topical and scenic pictures, and also the drama entitled ' The Executioner's Secret, another film* in two parts., ' The Stenographer's Troubles' is an amusing comedy film, and the whole programme will prove an entertaining one.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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A SOUND PROPERTY [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

'A SOUND 1- xtufERTY. -Messrs. Thomas and Dwyer, VhoN *„ ' have a lease near the 19-Mile pog on tho ^Coolgardie-Kunanalling road, are on a good thing. Their May clean up at the1 Blue Bell battery gaye -SGozs. ' Irom 92 tons, or an average of 18.37 dwts. This stone was taken -in sinking ' the 10 x 7 shaft, every foot of- sink- \ ing of which gives four tons of orp-. In all, 252 tons have been raised ^r^tn sinking this shaft,, and this tonnage has given 238ozs., an average of T6-.S8 dwts. This is entirely satisfactory, and the owners are to be congratulated , upon holding one of the. best proper- , ties' on these fields. - ? '\

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MINING NOTES NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

MINING NOTES NEWS AND NOTES. ' The .question is frequently asked: 'What are they doing at BayleyW ' As «\ve mentioned last week, 600 ' tons of slimes were treated for 98ozs. 19 dwts.,- but now the gas,engine has been ' - taken away, goats are playing on the - - dump, aiid the mine wears an aspect of hilarious activity.

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1913 PROSPECTORS AND LEASE-HOLDERS REQUIREMENTS STATE BATTERY QUESTION. REPLY TO THE COOLGARDIE CONFERENCE AN INEXACT DEPARTMENT [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

tbe - Published Weekly SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1913/ PROSPECTORS AND LEASE HOLDERS REQUIREMENTS STATE BATTERY QUESTION. KEP£Y\TO 'THE C'OObuAEDIE CONFERENCE. A'N INEXACT^EPAK'JLMiJiiNT. At last, the* Mines Department has replied, through its secretary, and not per hand of the Li^inisfcer, to the reso lutions of th'e Prospectors ; and Lease holders ' Association o±'_ W.A., which sat in Coolgardie in January last. In his reply, Mr. King (who is Minister ior JVunes in tact and. act; rerers to a Conference held in February last; but that merely gains a month of de partmental delay, and need only be re ferred to as an instance of departmen tal inexactitude. Mr. King' says, in his covering letter: — C'I have the honor to submit for the .information of your' Association, re plies to the requests submitted io the Hon. the Minister for Mines, by a Con ference which took place -m -Joolgardie in 'February ; last. The 'delay in sub-* mitting these answers is regretted, but -some of tho matters broug...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

[?] Thursdays. Only Complete Change o£ Programme Eacli Night. Murray & Bridge, CYCLE and MOTOR AGENTS Bayley Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. (Late of Victoria Park. Perth, and Children's Hospital) ' Wishes to notify the public of Coolgardie and District that he has purchased the v;^ eOOLGZVRDIE' P'HAH/V\Aey - , (Late Cawthray's) . The stock has been considerably increased and all Medicines, Drugs, etc, , ,' .????; -will bb sold at KaL@@©ELIE PRISES .'' McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. ' ' ? . ; Personally visits Ooolgardie.eyery. Sunday, - Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, ' - ''--'.' Hours 10 a.m, to 5.80 p.m Don't Take Me Home I Take' me to Cecil's- 'Arcade, ' . Opposite Law Gourts, Where you can get tha.latest in Fashion Books, , Novels and School Books always on hand Coolgardfe Miner delivered regularly '. Dairy Produce Merchant, Commission and Indent Agent WOODWARD STBEET ' ' ' Local agent for James Gillespie, Ltd, Millers, Northam, Robur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

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EIGHT HOURS' DAY. Coolgardie Demonstration. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

EIQHT HOURS' DAY. Coolgardie Demonstration. All the arrangements are now practically completed for the Eight Hours' Celebration to be held on the recreation ground ou Wednesday, and the programme o; sporfca is an excellent one. Th * procession will j start from the School of Mines (Exhibition Building:') at 10.30 a.m., Fiud the first event is timed for 12.15. There arc no less than 15 events on the sports' list, and a glance at the printed programmes will afford .evi dence of the interesting nature ©f these. There will be races for school boys and girls, single ladies, firemen. TDrosiDeetors, cadets, com mittee, and ey cling1 events. The pn-j cession prizes .will be awarded for the following : — J'icsfc trades' display, best trades' 'delivery, b.st decorated child, best comic display (team), and. best comic display (individual). Those taking part in- the procession, including members of uniwns and ! associations, are asked to be at the' starting point in geod time. ,

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ASSOCIATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

ASSOCIATION MEETING. ' A meeting of the Coolgardie Foot ball Association was held at tho Westral Hotel on Thursday e'yening,' when Mr G, Sheedy presided, , ? Mr Penglase (Fire Brigade) having stated that hia ankle was all right again he was appointed umpire- f or to-morrow's match between Ivanhoe and Combined Coolgardie, ? Fire Brigade has protested against the granting of clearance; to O'Leary and McFaddeu of the Boulder Club to- play, with Burbanks. The ground of protest was that -the' Brigade 'had not been given suflio.ient notice, but this stand was abandoned f@r the move substantial one involved in the fact that the clearances were not i a ouei, as they had not been signed by the applicants Ihe matter was theii.upon lefeued to the appeal board.

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ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

ITEMS OF INTEREST A IsTaval Cadet. — On Wednesday svening a number of- la d3 gathered at the Coolgardie railway sc-it'on to give a send-off to youug Leslie Vfl-rdey, who was departing by the express, en route- for the Eastern Stales, to ioiu the Australian navy £3 a cadet-trainee. The boys .gave him ' Jolly Good Fellow' and the best of wishes, concluding with three cli !.eis. Young Vardey is a smart lad md may be depended upon to imke his'way, ' , ? Not 'His Honor.' — A -witness in Mm Local Court, on ^Tuesday, was per sistent in referring to Mr. Troyy E.M., as 'Tour Honor.' 'Having stood it for some time, the magistrate remark ed: 'I am not 'Your Honor' yet, you know.' The witness gaped, but used 'Sir' after the 'kindly rebuke.' A Welcomed Photo. — By the last mail, , Mr. R. Nisbet received a photo of his' mother from Sanai icsnire, Scot land} the old lady now being 75 years of age. Bob had not seen ner for 30 years, but she is a hale a ad hearty woman, and her Coolgardie son bears ...

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PAPUAN OIL INDICATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

PAPUAN OIL INDICATIONS. In dealing with Papuan oil indica tions as compared with those of Java, Sumatra, and Borneo, the 'Bulletin for the Territory of Papua' says :-^- ' Though such natural indications as gas springs and oil seepages' practically cease when drilling affords freer out let and consequent reduction of gas pressure, still, inquiry and observa tion confirm the impression that produc tive oil fields have been developed in the countries mentioned— as well as. in others — where the original surface in dications were not more favorable than those of Yailala, in Papua. In fact, instances are not wanting where gas alone indicated; the commercial oil sands since developed Such, was the case in the Banjai Sane oil field, near Mocara Enim, in. Sumatra. In fact, E. H. Cunningham Craig states that: 'Many of the greatest oil fields known to day have not a single suiface mdi i cation within their length and breadth.' f It is, however, safe to add that these | would not have been dis...

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A NORTHERN RAILWAY. TO OPEN AURIFEROUS COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

A NOKTHERN RAILWAY. TO OPEN AURIEEROUS1: ' OOUNTBY. In times of mining depression, gold fields men naturally look roitnd them for some' means of bringing ' abo'al a._. revival, and since * the conundrur.i, ''Why is Coolgardia Depressed?' 'was propounded in these columns several suggestions have been . a^'u.ae, 'tyut chiefly is attention drawn to the fact that there is no railway; from here to open up a long belt of auriferous couuu. try stretching 'from Coolgardie to Waverley, an,d even beyond. Dotted throughout tho country 'from Cool gardie to Ora Banda are many aurifer ous areas where development was ar rested through the lack of means . of communication, as soon as the dissi .pated glamor of the early boom had put a stop . .to prospectors and speculators attempting the impracticable. It is known that through this country there are many properties that are too low grade to work under existing condi tions, and many mining men contend, that with railway --'communication some thing ....

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THE LATE CAPTAIN SCOTT. A WORTHY DEVONIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

THE LATE CAPTAIN SCOTT. A WORTHY DEVONIAN. Mr. Chas. R. Rowe, St. Budeaux, Devonport, England, sends a typed note (subjoined) relative to the pro posed Devon memorial to the late Cap tain Scott. Devonshire has orodaced many of England's navaF heroes, and iii connection with Mr. Rowe 's appeal ? (we do not know .the-. -'gentleman') it may be l;ikeu- Tor granted that' dona iout) are ta bo sent 'to trie Mayor of Devonport. ' Mr. Rowe says:— 'The sad doath of this hero after attaining his object in the Antarctic has led to a desire on tho part of Tiis native town of Devonport, Devon, Eng land, ,to erect a memorial to his honor and memory, and which it is thought probable his wjrdow, Lady Scott, may be asked to execute, to be placed in a public building in his native, town. I; am sure there are many Devonportera and Devonians in many parts of tho world, and of the British Empire, who woiild like to, contribute, however mod estly, their, share toward the accom .plishment of the proposed m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

aE AND HOTEL C^SES In the Coolgaidie Police Conit on Tuesday, thiee men weie charged with, having been found on the piemises ot the Giand Hotel, aftei hours, they not being bona fide lodgeis oi boaiders The% pleaded guilt} ana weie each fined 5/ with 2/- costs Hugh Jones, the licensee, was then chaiged with ha\mg sprvod these pei ' sons with liquor during prohibited lion is He pleaded guilty, but said that' when men came in It took some time to get th eta out. There was a second, charge against Mr. Jones, of having permitted gamb ling during prohibited hours. Accused stated that he did uot think it was gambling to allow the men to have a shilling in. 'before? they went home.. In the circumstances he pleaded guilty. Sergeant Fee pointed, out -that ac cused had been fined on similar charges in April laBt. ' ! The R.M. inflicted fines of £1 and £2, 1 ?with 4/ cpsta ia all, ^ :. ^ _ j

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Our Eastern Letter. Sydney, May 27, 1913. More Compulsion. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

Our Eastern Letter. Sydney, May 27, 1913. More Compulsion. The "powers that be" are still exult- ing in the orgy of eompulsionism. The rising generation, when they hear Aus- tralia spoken of as a "free" country, will be very apt to wonder what free- dom means. The latest extension of the principle is to make attendance at the "continuation'' schools com- pulsory. Full of the proverbial zeal of the new broom, the authorities who preside over technical instruction an- nounce that the Government has been converted to the principle, and that a measure to effect the object will be introduced next session. It is "all for their good'' of course, and for many of the lads it may be much bet- ter than hanging about street corners. Still, if the hankering is after the street corner, after they have been gathered into the schools, they will not greatly benefit by the instruction im- parted. "One man may lead a horse to the water, but twenty can't make him drink." What with compulsory &n...

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LOCAL COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

LOCAL COURT. The W.A. Lion Brewery Company sued Andrew O 'Shea for the recovery of £16/2/6. Defendant was not repre- sented, and a verdict was given for the amount claimed, costs to be taxed CHARLES JACOBSEN AGAIN.   On a judgment summons, Alfred Mer- cer asked for a commitment order against Charles Jacobsen, the liquor informer, on account of a debt of £13 2/4.     Mr. R. S. Williams, who appeared for   the complainant, said the summons had been served on Jacobsen in Coolgardie,   but he had since disappeared. After discussion, he withdrew the summons, stating he would ascertain Jacobsen 's address, and then apply for a warrant.

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ROUND ABOUT LINDSAY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

ROUND ABOUT LINDSAY'S.   The more one looks round the old Lindsay's leases and other shows in the vicinity, the more it is borne in on one that this is a good position for an economical co-operative plant. In ad- dition to the main portion of Lindsay's leases, there are in the vicinity, the Good Luck, also owned by Cook and son; a lease on the old Indicator re- cently taken up by Charley Mitchell, after a sensational return or 20 ozs. to the ton; Mason and French's lease, and prospecting areas on the old Ba- lonia and elsewhere. In all there is a group of six or seven shows that     could be served by one centrally-situ- ated plant, consisting of, say, a couple   of Huntingdon mills, with cyanide treatment added. With the exception of Mitchell's show, the ore is gener- ally low grade, but if all the lodes were taken in bulk, as could be done were cheap treatment provided on the spot, the values would be low. The ore, if broken as i...

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THE STATE BATTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 14 June 1913

THE STATE BATTERY.   Once more the State battery is running, a start having been made   yesterday morning. The manager has ascertained that 1600 tons at least are available, but so many have not yet booked their parcels that he is at a loss to arrange the run. Therefore those who intend to come in should hasten to book. The first parcels in are those from Livia and Cavanagh's show at the Camel Paddock and one from Hans- berry's prospecting area, each utilising one of the five heads. Should the former party haul the remainder of the ore that is broken they will put through about 60 tons, there being about 10 tons below, and Hansberry expects to put through 27 to 28 tons. A big parcel will come in from the old Lindsay's leases and vicinity. From the Benjamin George (Han-   sen's) there will be about 100 tons of rich ore in early, and there may be another parcel from the same lease before the run concludes. Many   smaller parcels have...

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BURNT MOTOR CAR. CHARRED REMAINS FOUND IN A LONLEY ROAD IN LANCASHIRE [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

BURNT- MOTOR OAR. CHAEEED BEMAINS; FOUND IX A ?-. LONELY -BOAJD IN L.ANCA-, . ? SHIBE. - .: ' The charred remains . of a burnt motor car have been discovered on a' lo''!y road near Hollins Ilead ITall, Toekhoks, near Darwen. It had apparently been lying in the roadway for several days.. The road on which the ' ear was ioand'i-ns through- a 'very bleak district across the moors dividing Darwen and Chor ley, and is little frequented by vehicu lar traffic or pedestrians except in the summer time, when holiday-maters pass along if to, the moors. v , It is 'said that two men visited the spot in -another car, and -ca,rriod- away wih them some of the parts of the damaged vehicle, leaving only the hare framework. The plate attached to $l:e care' 'bore the Buckinghamshire regis tration mark. . ? -* -x One suggestion put fonvard is that it may have' been the motor car by which suffragettes travelled to Preston, when he discovery was made that a plan had been laid to destroy the grand stand at...

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Football IVANIOE V. COOLGARDIE THE VISITORS VICTORIOUS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

.Football 1VAKUOB Y, C OOL GARDE d'.- THE .VISITORS v-iCTORIOUS. There was a large' crowd' on the Eccraatioli - Ground on Sunday, ' when '-the Ivanhoe, the crack team of tho ?*Kalgoorlie Saturday afternoon Asso-.' 'ciatio.ii, came down to play comb'inpd Ooolgardie, a strong team having bcon picked from the local Association. A large number of visitois also --'ame down, and there wa's a ^big-' attendance of residents in anticipation of ''-an- in teresting gam-3. Piiblic sympathy was also' with tho' match, as it was fr ' ranged' to add to a fiinu ior- injure*!'1- pjayers.' * ' ,,» 'Bobe-' Peiiglase~f umpired ft-h£, game,- which y.-as a fast and fairly open one, and ho v.did good in stoppiug deliberate 'kicking out, in vwhieh the visitors ware' conspicuous during the last quarter. ' Ivanhoe won the toss, and elected to kick from 'the western goal, thus hav 'ing the advantage of a slight breeze. 'Thsv 'started oft' quickly, and soon be gan to score, '{heir hancfball and pass ing- being ...

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"ASSISTING" THE MINING INDUSTRY. FURTHER EXAMPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913

'ASSISTING' THE MINING INDUSTRY. . FURTHER EXAMPLES. Unfortunately, ' under its lien, the Government cannot secure too much gold, as the crushing was a poor, one'.' Messrs. Livie and Cavanagn, the own ers of the show in question, expected about a 5dwts. ' average, but the 49 tons- they put through gave only 7ozs. 14dwts., or the poor average of 3dwts. 3.2grs. They ( have' a big body of ore', which, like all the hornblende lodes, carries rich patches, and tlite mine is one, that should pay with an economi cal plant on the spot aiicl careful handling. The assay of ,the ? sands is not yet known, but~ it may be taken for granted that the ( -owners 'will not get any, of 'this gold, OAving to the de partmental rapacious -3dwts.' deduction 'grab. ' - , ? ' - '-in interesting little conundrum was put to the representative of this paper by a long-suffering prospector, the other day. He asked:, 'What becomes of the gold that the department re covers' -wheii -the 'State -battery plates are sca...

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