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No title [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913
Racecourse speculation appears to.be oh- the. increase in. S-mth- Australia, judging,: by the. results associated with the first : two days of the -recent S.AV Jockey Club meeting. Cup .day invest ments eonstitnto a record, and the . following figures show how the tak ings have increased since 1902: — 1902 .. .. ,. ,. .. 15,250/10 1903 .. .... .v ?' ,/ 13,890/5 1904 . . ... . , . , . , 11,854 . 1905 .. .. .. » ? 10,715/5 1906 ? - .. ., ... ll,9;75/3o 1907' ? ;, ,^ M 11,355/5 3008 , . , . „':..- ., . . 12,747 1909 .. ,. „.-_, ? 17,144/10 1910 ? v, ,. 17,641/5 911 .. .. ,. .. .: .. 23,387/15 1912 ., .. i.'.-. '.. .-. 26,00.2/10 191$ .* ? ,, ../,, g7,17i§/f
NEW YORK POLICE. FOUR SUPERINTENDANTS ARRAIGNED ON SERIOUS CHARGES. GAFT REVELATIONS. ALLEGATIONS OF A SPECIAL FUND FOR THE REMOVAL OF WITNESSES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913
NEW YORK POLICE. FOUR SUPERINTENDANTS AK ; SAIGNED ON SEEIOUS ' - CHARGES. GAFT REVELATIONS. 1 ALLEGATIONS OF A SPECIAL FUND FOR THE REMOVAL ??_ '? OP WITNESSES. Four police superintendants — Swee- ney,' Thompson, Martha and llussey — were marcheid handcuffed into the' dock at New York to. answer tho charge of criminal conspiracy to defeat the ends of justice, - . . . ? The prosecution is the outcome - of an effort to reform the police in- the citv. An important witness m - estab lishing, the complicity of the police in levying tribute upon vice dn return for police protection or immunity ? from prosecution is ?Geqrge Sipp, who made a full confession, exposing the graft system,' The special , indictment al leges that. the four tried 0 remove Sipp from, the jurisdiction of the court, and had a special fund for the purpose. ? The whole of one day was occupied in selecting the jury, and at the close the officers, who had been liberated- on bail pending trial, were committed to gaol/Thi...
PERTH GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913
PERTH GOSSIP. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (By James Smith.) &nbsp; The voting is over, but the counting will continue for a week or two yet. &nbsp; The interstate absent votes are an unknown quantity. One man can guess their effect just as well as another. People who do not assume special knowledge consider they will make practically no difference in the final numbers within this State. Only where numbers are about even in the &nbsp; East can they alter things. In three cases recounts and election petitions are likely to be the real deciding fac- tors .The final figures for the State will show the great changes of popu- lation. The Eastern goldfields used to account for about a third of the State's adult inhabitants, and for political de- cisions more, as goldfields people voted nearly all on one side. This el...
Southern Cross Mining. FOR MAY, OVER 9, 000 OZS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913
Southern Cross Mining FOR MAY, OVER 9000 OZS. As predicted by us some weeks ago, the gold yield from this field is rap- idly forging ahead. For the month of &nbsp; May in 199( 1909?) the output was only 658 fine ozs.; for the same month in 1912 it had increased to 1,922 fine ozs, but for last month in this year the local &nbsp; bank sent away no less than 9,433oz. &nbsp; of bullion. This was the biggest gold &nbsp; escort that ever left this field, and as &nbsp; the battery on the Edna May is to make a start at the end of this week, &nbsp; and the Corinthian North will be run - ning full time from now on, we should &nbsp; &nbsp; soon be turning out 10,000 ozs. or more &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; per month, or as much in each month as was produced in six months a year &nbsp; or two ago. The output last month was worth approximately £37,00( 37,000?) if we have ordinary luck Yilgarn will rank &...
NEW FIND REPORTED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913
NEW FIND REPORTED. &nbsp; It was reported yesterday that Mr. Ditmer, an ex-policeman, had made a new find about a couple of miles to the north-east of the old soak at Koor- koordine, and that some rich stone had been broken from the cap of a big quartz outcrop. Rumor has it that a large number of leases have been peg- ged by men from Corinth. The find is some two miles to the east of Hope's Hill, and those who know the locality do not attach much importance to the reports, as they say that all the coun- try about Koorkoordine is too far out &nbsp; in the granites from the older green stones. Still, it is often the unexpec- &nbsp; ted that happens, so it is premature to either praise or denounce the re- ported discovery. If it turns out well, there are big possibilities ahead, for it is well known that there are scores of quartz outcrops in the granites on both sides of the older greenstones that have never been looked at by any of those who have prospected on...
THE MARVEL LOCH MINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913
THE MARVEL LOCH MINE. &nbsp; Though many references have been made to the tribute which is being worked on the Comet lease, which is held under option by the Marvel Loch Company, we have not yet obtained any proper account of the conditions under which this tribute is held, so we took advantage of the visit of the manager and ascertained that the tri- bute was given by the vendors, before the Marvel Loch Co. took the existing option. There are two men in the tri- &nbsp; bute, and they have the right to em- ploy not more than two others. The &nbsp; tributers are under agreement to sink &nbsp; to a depth of 100ft., and are now down 80ft. The tribute expires at the be- ginning of next March; but no ore is to be broken below a depth of 100ft. The tributers are working some 200ft. north of the point from which the Marvel Loch Co. took the 127 tons which went 202ozs. The drive from which this was taken is down 145ft., and is being extended towards the tribu...
MOUNTAIN QUEEN, LTD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913
MOUNTAIN QUEEN, LTD. The following davelopment particu- &nbsp; lars were cabled to the London office of the above-named company on Thurs- day: — "Transvaal mine.— No. 4 Level :— Have cut reef in main east crosscut at from 16ft. to 20ft from shaft, the average value being 24/- per ton. Driv- ing south has been commenced front Oft. to 4ft., assaying 32/- per ton over 42 inches wide." &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The above telegram means that the Transvaal lode has been intersected at a depth of 340ft., or 100ft. below the No. 3 level, which is at 240ft. The &nbsp; No. 3 level is at 240ft., and has been connected with the 140ft level, which is connected with the 140ft. level by two winzes, which are 200ft. apart. &nbsp; &nbsp; Drives have been started to both the &nbsp; north and south at the 340ft. level, and when they have been extended for a &nbsp; reasonable distance, a connection will be made with the level above. It ...
GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913
GENERAL. The Adelaide people who have paid a deposit on, and taken over, the Tra- falga lease at Ora Banda, have let a contract to sink a shaft to a depth of 150ft. Fair values are said to have been found, and Mr. T. Creer, who is in charge of the work, is well pleased with the prospects. Mr. Jack Douglas is to treat a parcel at Spring Hill as soon as he can get his dump carted; he expects to get in 100 tons. &nbsp; Mr. Scott and party arrived on Tuesday with the object of going to Parker's Range to work Jack Lene- berg's show. Mr. J. Leneberg returned from Perth on Sunday and went out to work his new find at Parker's Range on Monday. Jack thinks well of his latest find, and says that he can get good values over a length of 180ft. It is reported that the Corinthian &nbsp; North have decided to push on with the erection of the slimes plant with out delay, and that the directors antici- pate having the additional machinery working in August. The tributers on the Mount ...
CRUSHINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913
CRUSHINGS. &nbsp; Holmes and party milled 48 tons at the Recovery mill, Westons, from the Myrtle East for a yield of 35ozs. 5dwts. The sands have not yet been assayed. Wilkonson and party crushed 18 tons from their P. A. near Southern Cross for a return of 4ozs. 11dwts. As a rule the sands from this lease are fairly rich. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
FRASER'S [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913
FRASER'S. &nbsp; A party have been trying how it would pay to sluice the surface on &nbsp; and about the old Fraser's battery. As far as can be ascertained results have been satisfactory, but the ever- present and greedy G.W.S. monopolies will, in all probability, prove to be the stumbling block.
JUVENILE GAMBLING. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913
JUVENILE GAMBLING. (To the Editor.) Sir, — I do not care much what any &nbsp; person may do who, has reached man- hood, although, even then, it was a wise, if not very effective, law that was framed to restrict gambling. Gambling is not good to a community in any circumstances, but when young sters, some of them mere boys, are in- duced to take part, the result must be evil indeed. It is known that in sev- eral places, apart from club life, a good deal of gambling takes place, and mere boys are to be found at some of these. In at least two places they are not encouraged, but when they are allowed to play at all, a good deal of mischief is done, and their future suc- cess in life is in great peril. It is doubtful if there ever was a race on this earth that did not gamble, but &nbsp; I would ask those men who like a game amongst themselves to keep the boys out of the game, whether it be cards, dice or billiards. This vice amongst the young is not so prevalent under the...
JOHN WEGLEY. BORN JUNE, 17th, 1703. (Contributed.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913
JOHN WESLEY. &nbsp; BORN JUNE, 17th, 1703. &nbsp; ( Contributed.) &nbsp; Exactly 210 years ago, one of the &nbsp; mightiest religious forces of the world was born in Epworth Rectory, Lincoln- &nbsp; shire, England. John Wesley was the &nbsp; second son of the Rev. Samuel Wesley, whose ancestors were Nonconformists, but Samuel Wesley in later life em- braced the opinions of the High Church party, although he wrote very forcibly in 1688 in defence of the Revolution. Refusing many flattering offers at the hands of James II., he finally settled down in the Rectory at Epworth, where he became, with Mrs. Susannah Wesley, noted for piety and good &nbsp; works. So sweet and beautiful was their home life, albeit, not altogether free from financial cares, that it is not a matter for surprise to find that John soon developed a surprising ca - pacity for religion; in fact, so deeply was he impressed by the earnest re- ligious attitude of h...
Old Timer's Event. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913
Old Timer's Event. &nbsp; It is not generally known but at &nbsp; one time Mr R. Lowman of the Denver City Hotel, was in the front &nbsp; of long distance walkers, but the one- time sportsman still enjoys the game. At the back of the booth on Wednes- day there was a special event ar- ranged for him. He had to run 5 yards in 30sec, and did it hands &nbsp; down, thus winning a bag of lollies and a round of dxrwilmntks— what- ever the comp. means by that.
EIGHT HOURS' DAY. COOLGARDIE DEMONSTRATION. A SUCCESSFUL DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 21 June 1913
EIGHT HOURS^ DAY. COOLGARDIE DEMONSTRATION. A SUCCESSFUL DISPLAY. Notwithstanding that the day was somewhat black and cloudy, the ar- rangements to celebrate Eight Hours &nbsp; &nbsp; Day, at Coolgardie, were carried to a successful issue on Wednesday. The day began with the procession, which started from the Technical School (Ex- hibition Building) shortly after 10.30 a.m., and this was one of the best dis- plays that has been seen in Coolgardie. The Coolgardie Band took the lead, and was followed by a long, double line of healthy, well-dressed children, many of whom were in gala costume. Then came nearly 40 members of the Railway Union with their banner and &nbsp; a representative of the Goldfields &nbsp; Water Supply. Then came T. Higgins' &nbsp; trade display of cordials and aerated &nbsp; waters on decorated lorries, and this &nbsp; was followed by the bakers' trade de- liveries as follow: — Lancaster (bakers), one cart; Q...
A REMARKABLE CANINE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913
A REMARKABLE CANINE. Con Murphy owns a little black pup, which he has had imported from the Old Dart, and which he claims to be the marvel of ,the ago in dog life. During the week the animal followed him into a local pub, and, by the nointinp1 of his finder, an obtrusive jl ? a — 07 ? blow-fly was driven into a lemonade ' ^bottle. The writer, who seems to * %know little of truth, walked into the ' office of this rag yesterday and in formed^ us that lie saw Con's pup driv ing -a newly-hatched chicken baelc to its', egg.
Corinthlan Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913
.^..-.''.''?'Cprinfhlflin H@t@©a -_ '?''' (By 'The Orphan,' 'f ~ . v Quite a gloom, 'was cast over the dis ' tritt. when it became known that Al bert £roelter had passed away. He had , i bieen a resident of Corinth for sonie time, and was liked and respected by all. who knew him. A large number journeyed from here to Bulfineh on Sunday to follow hia remains to their last resting place, and it- spoke more eloquently than words to see the vast concourse assembled to pay their iast respect to the deceased. 'As -I- stood by the graveside I could not- help thinking 'that many of us could have been better spared. , Oh, the pity of it, for a young fellow to be 'taken .away; one ..who' gave such pro mise; one wh&so character was irre proachable, 'and a man every inch of him! - - , Tie warm-hearted' sympathy of his mates go out to his relatives, who in their sorrow and grief are crying, 'Oh for the touch of a vanished handj and , ' the sound of a' voice that is still.' - The Progress...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913
Woods' Great Teppermint 'Cure, for Couorlia a»4 Golds, never, fails, 1/6. :! '?/ -/t ;; :. ; ? W. J. REYNOLBS, Proprietor. Th-? House where Miners MM^- v COOLlST BE^R ^^own. . TlLBPgQME 10. ., ..:;(Coqngie;fag'd with ^aigoorlifl. Sonlder, and Koraeman). T 1 nn TToial ' ^^°^ and s ylyester stre gys, o'doLd ? arp j i - Beat 'Brands only of WiaVs; A-s an^ Spiritn. ALL BEIHKS OOOId, . . . ?:/?.;, , . . . . v, adQD.ACCOHMODATlON. __ ?'?^^£|tMg^^|^^t0of Hensiea and Laverton), Prop imn
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 28 June 1913
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