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MINING NOTES LOW GRADE MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

? MININd NOTES ' LOW GEADE MINING. j It is interesting that those of us avIio are, fighting for the cheaper trenimeut of Ioav grade ore to find what can be done with careful management. Tlie following information on the. subject is- from the 'Meekatharra Miner ':— 'JRobert Smith and party have just x?omplete'd a crushing from the St. Francis G.M., of HI tons for 41ozs'. 8dAvts. Hgrs., at the State, battery. This crushing Avas a buik lot taken from between the 50ft. and 300ft. levels. This again demonstrates what can be done on these lodes with energy. The party have made big wages iu raising this, crushing, although Avorldng under every disadvantage, and during that time they also ,did a good deal of development work. Th'e cost of crush ing .and carting-was onlv 6/6 uer ton. s.o it will readily be seen that theso lodes, by putting large parcels through the battery, will pay Avell, even if only 14/ per ton is obtained over the plates, ap they are so easily worked and the crushing cha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

£li«ft.-j'.£.-l-.-:-*l^-i, J ~ . , A'n it.'-.Hi-'' 1 nmi'VJ s'-iif, an unhealthy if-c-.r-i is.-, 'i.e'v.; ./?-''''! iJeep A i 1 t :.«.??.- 'it-': -riLM-i'-K-iis oi Hcierua. 'li::.L ':. -I 'i-.-;'.: ui lU.- bk-oil fine-cling LLo s'.Jn. ''.I :'qi.:.rs;rj ;?. double treat p,,r ih« /'-Mi.? i--r T'(^o!is .lightly, ?-;—,l\;-' ; -?' ? ' v i y okL , li'.oi'iu;.;' ly, and w:-iiiu'^ i' (-a-'.u tlif :-in- iii'ijj \v Uh wirm wntiT. ' ii m ?..-!?:;.- -?.?:c - the in.'fani Ei.illo'. ?-?: l'-i^ .'/: ::i, ir. \ :o';.l -.bit hc.-lt-y a:rl c^of \»il-. n f-cK'i-j of :rel:ghtfult !e1sief ir--'-i ilic 1^'ij; p .'Mired rfj.r'ny. . At rl-i- ^iti'.i* li:'e .njnfv 'lie blf.cl v-'itli .1 -;uUu i1 -s - --f r,.'.-. ']?-;:. c i!il«-. v.-aicli i 'i. .!...?. : -?? p-. ^? -. v i « cr-.iscii the -];?-?; .s '.:'i(l i.1 I ' '* : i'.~ ? lime^ uisild up _?:? 1 -:? ? ''?' c-'i the system. f;r'u!.a iov t!'o cl.'i:i, ard T,.T.o-To'tc i;;'- [ l Ui' 1 'no will always cuit- lite Cvo-s c;r-.:s o. ,v_/fcina which b«.ve deiicd ...

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THE JULY GARDEN. A FAVORABLE SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

THE JULY aASDBN. A FAYOEABLE SL'ASON. Those Avho haAre small plots of la.nd should take advantage 01 ? uia season to haAre a vaVicty of liitchen a cgecables such as lettuce, radishes, silver beet, Letrobt, spinach, cabbages, cariyts, turnips, spring onions, etc. Small sow ings Jit succession Avi 11 best meet re quirements. Cabbage, lettuce, and ra-' dishes Avill come on ^uieKiy now. Shallots serve excellently - for spring (oniony, and if the bulbs are put in a crop Avill soon be ready. Cabbage does best on a deeply tvon- j ched and highly manured soil. Tho richer the land the moie early and ' abundant the crop, and being 'g'roAAn ; quickly, they Avill be more tender and 5 better ihiA'orcd, They may ba soAvn s .,all the year roun'd; the eariy varieties ] in summer, autumn, and early spring, j 'and the later A'arietios in the1 lato spring months. Soav in seed beds, :ind, Avhen large enough j)lant out in rows IS inches apart, and IS inches 'between th'e plants. The drumhoad A^irictJes ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

iLACK BROS., ?'5 Old Established Butchers, ; ? RA VLF.Y STREET. . ???. BEST BEFF AND. MUTTON IN TOWN. ,' - - - ? TELEPHONE 25,. - ' '.' ' ? TKESASIAN &TREVETT. Only the Prim st £u!.-ki '. ' ' , Givens a Trials -? - „ Telephony 8. u - ' - _ Peter Epberl8,Fu;DAIRYPEOTUo5!- ' / ? ' N«w Laid Eggs, 'li;-** Brt/r,- etc, 'Evert 'tiii i.s? of the Piimest Quality. CT-iJOMERS WAITED ON DAILY: . . el . Jttl Iji* A k'JrHU I3AYLE Y-ST., OOOLGAItDIE. Fruiterer. We Only Stock I\ime Gnv.'s. vo IluWsh. Country Ordert Promptly Attended to. Fpccu! I!c.ii:oiii»ji fur Quantity. ''Phone 0±. ? - . J.'dr'BRIGGSi ' ~T^ Tobacconist cmd . Hairdresser, , .COOLGARDIE. Best Brands of Tolarco, Ci^oip find Cigarette?, and All Smokers' Requisites AIwkvs .O.i ITand. Own. Mixture a Specialty. Try Our -cOceolo' Shanmn-,— 30 shampoos for Is. 6d. Best oh the Market. ALHAMBRA CAFE. Barrack Street, Perth. % ' flu ' ' ? - - M cUr P €r DRO, Proprietor. - ? - ??' . , ,.' . ... / _3 __. ? ' * . '.-? ? ' ' \ ' . -Kmv.u...

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Burbanks v. Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

- jJurb.i.ks -v. j'Tro Brigade. ~- 'i lii.-i juiM'i1 will h»' ;?! -v- ([? on*, flie' Kurbaui-8 j,iound o-inj'-iovv uf.Lir noon. Uotli ciubfi will I-r; ve\-v- seui«d by \\vS\r strongest team-'i, and. a clone and exciting game 111*1 y he expected The teams: — Burbanks — Slob'oa (2), Mearife. Mickey (2), -\Wnrmouih. '? O'Leary, MaFaddon, Murlin, Pickup, j Bromley, McLpfiu, Allan, Bawclon, O'Donosjoc, Wsilkor, Park, Slight. Fird Ihi^iia. — Pun^t', iu ail, Carr, vmvith (2), Of;iwL;}, D- viiuv, O'Shc'a, Rviss, 1'eny ;ib/j, ().u: viiigf, Liircoinbf, Egbert, Kuialdi'. ' i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

NEW & SECONDHAND -MINING MACHINERY.— OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. J PI ANTS RECENTLY SUPPLIED TO — - - Bullfinch Proprietary Mine. ' Corinthian North Mine. Edna May Mine ... ?' Mt Gormalong Mice, Leonora. . . Kyarra Gold Mine. Royal Standard Gold Mine. ' ' . Great Victorious Mine, Ora Banda, . ' Etc, Etc, CASH OR TERMS. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. The Westraliao Machinery CorporatioD, Ltd. ' BHJLDER ROAD, KALGOOKLIK. GLOBE HOTEL, BAYLLY ^^boou,^ : W. J. REYNOLDS, Proprietor. The House where Miners meet. 'COOLEST BEER iu Town. TELSPHQKB 70. - (Connected with- Kalgoorlie, Boulder, and Norseman).'* T-M YT^Jr 1 RENOD and SYLVESTER STREETS, OO0LGAHD1B JLlOU Jql Q&6lg — — ? — — - — — ? — ? — B«St Brands only of Winos, Ales and. Spirits. ALL DEINKS COOL. GOOD ACCOMMODATION. ^ MRS KtNG (late of Menzies and Laverton), Pjoprie!rs6S. tt.t TXHTjI DRAPER and CLOTHIiSK, YilLJ-Jv JCaJji? BAYLEY STREET, COOLGARBIE. GBEAT Genuine TWEAKING SALE. Everything being Sacrificed at UNDER COST PRICE:- ...

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COOLGARDIE CLUB. Reorganising the Finances. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

COOLGARDIE OLTJB. Reorganising the Finances. A special meeting of the Cool- ! gardie Football Club was held afc tLe Exchange Hotel on Wednesday even ing, when the president (Mr Lau^ heiui) was in the chair. Mr W. Pearce was appointed act ing-secretary until the next meeting. The resignation of the honorary secretary (Mr Tardift) was accepted ! with regret, lie submitted a state j ment as to the moneys recoverable. The acting- secretary was instructed to ©ollect this money and obtain a list of accounts owing by the club, so that these might be passed ,fqr I payment at to-night's meeting,. - ' ? . ...?»,-*..' Mr E. Liuksou was induced to withdraw his resignatipn as treasurer and delegale to the association. Mr Liukson tlien reported that the in jured players' match had resulted in a profit of over '£14, which had bee.ii divided betw^e.L the two injured men. The ac!n g--c(iietary reported 'lhat tho Ivui.Ikij fc-Min would comedown again tui-i u'ay ' match 10 establish an injured |-I -yi...

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THE SEPTEMBER PROGRAMME. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

THE SEPTEMBER PEOGEAMME. This will be the 13th annual Cup meeting of the club, and Avill be held on Wednesday and Saturday, Sept. 10 and 13. There will be substantial stakes, the total amount authorised he ing 12S0 sovs. The programme for the first day Avill comprise the Bur banks First, Second and Third Class Plates, a handicap of which 230. soys, is allotted. Of this amount, the First Class Plate, six furlongs, will receive 80 sovs; 15 sovs. and 5 sovs. to go out of the stake for the placed ? horses. Foi the Second Class Plate, similar amounts will be allotted, . and 'this event will also b© over six furlongs. The Third Class Plate, six furlongs, is of 70 sovs, and the second and third horses will receive 10 sovs. and 5 sovs respectively out of the stake. The Coolgardie Handicap, which Avill fol low the Second Class Plate, and be third event on the card, is of 200 sovs.; 40 sovs-. and 15 sovs. out of the stake to go to the second a ' third horses resectively. The di ' 'i'°-r tMs e...

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FOOTBALL. BUEBANKS DOWN COOLGARDIE. SPORTS, PUGS, AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

FOOTBALL. BUBBANKS DOWN COOLGAEDIE. SPOETS, PUGS, AND OTHERS: The football match between the Bur banks and Coolgardie teams, which took place on the Recreation Ground, last Sunday, was a source ox' hilarious ?ourertainment to the large crowd that gathered. It Avas an ideal day for the game, Avhich Avas played in a dead calm, but Burbanks had a couple of their first eighteen away, and Gool gardie Avere six men short. By in eluding ' Barracker ' ' Pearce, ^ they scratched up a team so that Burbanks Avould not_ be disappointed. Just be fore half time,' Frank .7 ones arriA'ed and took Pearce 's place, but dt the interval, one of the Burbanks' men wcufc wild in the., dressing room and was 'looking for a crack,' with which ho could have been obliged had he been ia^on seriously. His supposed .griev ance was that Coorgardie hud nineteen men on the field for a space of three bounds, or Avhile Pearce Avas walking j oil' the ground. We certainly nave j some, true sports, but a quick ? temper j...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

A' ^H' i:\ s\hs prt.: :?-;;. -.t . '-X; ? 4i ?'' _bengers i -J tj l| , . -.'?? the i»atiir3.l d'gcstsve '£ I -Vpripcipler *f«? .sunoiissd «» L* I sy|w:L- -ik necessary to f -| susisla aFcw it assists - jj\ M n&iarc. -.)n ,a»%i oi .1 M weakened' ^Vyestivg %. *$. ? I a po^-_ ? . I -*%£0^::: -^^&{ i ^ .ir; ood '* : I ... . v I, i|| i*o/ Children, ?invAid* l( iti tind the A-3exi. |!' ^5 . 3eJn--e-r's't-ona .s si!-f irt tfns, y% fj ' ,K - ?? . -^v ]? \ ?\ : ?

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A FEW POLICE VACANCIES EXPECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

A FEW POLICE VACANCIES EXPECTED. In Melbourne on Saturday night a sensation was caused by a' : raid on three fashionable Melbourne restaur ants, and the arrest of seven waiters charged with selling liquor without a licence, and the takiuer of the names of people including doctors, barristers, actresses and other prominent city resi dents. The names of the cafes were: Cafe Fracatelli, in the centre way of Collins- street; . The^ Savoy, in Little Collins-atreet; and Schwetasch '», in Bourke-street. In the course of a state ment, the Commissioner of Police stated:— ' During our observation of tho eafes7'both outside and inside,, the police who do duty in tlie vicinity have been carefully watched by our agents, and the numbers and names were care-, fully taken of those who we're seen going inside the cafes during the early hours of the morning, when they should' have been engaged protecting the pro perty of merchants and others on their beats. Allegations of this kind made against the p...

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DON'T SCREAM. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

DON'T SCREAM. (To the Editor.) Sir,-*-! have read a couple of letters in your paper relative to 'Juvenile Gambling,' but will some one tell me -where it occurs? I play Milliards in a few rooms in this town, and have 'been known to take a hand at crib or euchre, but I have not seen boys play ing during the last two years. .Tt is well to scream about things that do not exist. Do your readers think that Con stable Hamilton would miss a chance of grabbing an hotelkeeper on whose premises anything of this sort occurred? Not much! If parents are' afraid of their youngsters, they should provide them with decent home life and wholesome recreation. We arej apt to make a 'big aoise about nothing, but the best way to guard against any eviJ, real or imaginary, is to provide some suitable counter attraction. Let Weak-kneed parents who . are tilting., at imaginary windmills stiffen tip and combine to make life more pleasant for those they fear are in danger, but there is no occasion to go on the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

? Published Every Saturday. V - - i ? ' ' j ' . if Being an old Coolgardie resident, ike Proprietor claims to liave a thorough , knowledge 'of the importance of the' ? great mineral belt as a milling - '. - _ centre, and the experience gained by . ? . lengthy connection with various i arts .. ? ? of the gold producing districts of the _ ' . State, ha is not numindful, in starling ' ? this Paper, of the vast possibilities of the re-awakening of public interest in - the Old Camp and its immediate neie;h borhood. By the dissemination of Reliable Mining' News, and devoting attention to everything ot interest to - - ' ' the district and its people, there needs . - only the' loyal support of the latter to ? - , assure the success . of an organ of such . \ J incalculable value to any community as a Local Paper. News of ? Coolgardie and , Surrounding Districts. '- / ~ . ? - ?' - - ,. and - ' '; ' ' / ' ' Mining -.,,.. v - * ' News ? Willbe its Chief Feature. y ' ? '?* * Help your' District ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

FEMALE PABISH CLERKS. Although, in England, the custom of hfur lag lovely woman to officiate :in this capacity Is aot general, there are isolated instances oi S6 oron now, and at one time lady parish elorks wera often met with. Ia the parish register of Totteridge sp goar a the following ; ' 1802, March 2.— Burled, Elizabeth King, widow, for forty-six years clerk of this pstwh, in the ninety-first year of her age.' In 1828, a female acted as clerk to. the parish of Sudbrooke, Lincolnshire, ,,and/ another at Ickburgh, in the County of No* tolk, the latter being in office there in 1853 Mary Mounford vaa clerk at Mistertont Somersetshire, The famous Madame D'Arblay writes in Bar diary : ' There was at Cullompton only & poor wretched ragged woman, a femals alerlr, to show us this church. S**~ gays a aan for doing tho duty, while ahe received ? ?**

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YILGARN GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

YILGARN GOLD YIELD. . ? « ? ~ 1911 1912 1913 Ozs. Ozb Ozs January .... *-A »«? -3f8 February . .v . ? ' 322-i 1S56 2504 March ? 2894 1532 7652 April .. .. .. 1620 1966 ' 669.8 May ? 658 1921 June ' ? ' 95* 2S41 July .. .. ?? 1497 2476 August .. .- 1639 2780 September .... 818. . 2370 ; October ? 1772 3302 November .... 1215 ±272 December .. .\ 1570 3725 Total .V .. 18595 300U2. - /

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Max O'Rell In Canada. AN AMUSING LECTURE FROM EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

ftlax O'Refl in Oanada. AN AMUSING LEUTUBE PROM EXPERIENCE. Max O'Rell tells' iu ''Harmswxth 's Magazine' an amusing story of hia experience in Canada with a lecture aercnt whose honesty he had reason /to doubt. He writes: — Onee/ in the town of X.- Canada, I -was advised to be careful,- as the party who had -engaged me di'd\ not enjoy a reputation of- a very high character. When I arrived at the hotel I made inquiries of the clerk whom I knew, communicated my fears' to him, and expressed my. regret that' 1 had nobody with me to look after . lay interests { ' in f ron-t of tho house. ' ' 'I have got what you want,' he 'said to me. - _ . 'Good. Who is it?J) - ' 'Why, my wife,' he 'replied ; 'every dollar that can be got from that man ager she will get fo.-you, A/ll.b&t.' V Shortly after I was introduced to g litttS bi'unette, looking about 20 -Kear§ fi1^ a11 eyes and f 0Teriead and al] there — not an uncommon i^'pe on thd Ameiican Continent, and. to be often met with in Canad...

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Our Eastern Letter. Sydney, June 10, 1913, Short Dated Debentures. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

Our Eastern Letter. Sydney, June 10, 1913. Short Dated Debentures. If you want to make the time pass quickly, just give a promissory note for a fair amount at a short date. Australian Treasurers are beginning to realise this aspect of the matter pretty keenly. Mr. Cann, for instance, who looks after the money bags of this State (mostly stuffed with paper just now) borrowed a couple of millions in May last. He fancied, apparently, that he could see further into the mill- stone than others, and judged that at the end of the term, money would be easier, and he would be able to re-   borrow the money, on more advantage- ous terms. But, alas, all that he effec- ted by this remarkable stroke of busi- ness was to give the brokers commis- ions on two loans instead of one. Al-   most before one could say "Jack Rob- inson" the twelve months had expired, money was as "tight " as before, and all that had been gained was the privi- lege of paying an extra commission as ...

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Rudolph Eucken. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

Rudolph Eucken, (By "Viator.") A name that now stands out in Europe as one of the leaders of European Philosophy, is Dr. Rudolf Eucken, a man of whose erudition there cannot be the slightest doubt; whose language is of the most delicate and profound nature, for such must be the case of one who has been found worthy enough to win the Nobel prize for literature. Although from the usual standard of scholars and thinkers he cannot be classed amongst those whom one would call orthodox, yet withal his arguments are far reaching, and are written in that style which appeals both to the learned and the unlearned, he causes one to pause awhile and to take our-   selves seriously, but ere we pass on to anything that he has written, it is as well to have a short biographical sketch of the man himself. Rudolph Eucken was born on the 5th of January, 1846, at Aurith, East Fries- land. He lost his father at a very early age. His mother, a woman of deeply religious experience, was the d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

HANLEY and QUILTY (SUCCESSORS TO BUTCHER & UHR, Ltd.), Premier Butchers.               Wholesale and Retail. Carts Call Anywhere and Every-     where. 'Phone 82, Coolgardie.     OUR MOTTO— High-quality, Lowest Prices. Having Installed an up-to-date Refrigerating Plant, we are prepared to accept for Storage any Perishable Produce. Lowest Rates on Application.     LOCAL PRODUCTS AND AS     GOOD AS THE BEST. LION BEER AND STOUT. C. VINCENT, P. CUNNINGHAM, L. BRUTON Managing Director. Brewer. Secretary. The Commercial Union Assurance Coy., Ltd. UNDERTAKES Fire, Employers' Indemnity, and Live Stock Risks. — LOWEST RATES. — C, VINCENT, Sole Agent.     Victoria Hotel - - - Coolgardie, L. BRUTON       (Secretary of Lion Brewery...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 5 July 1913

ITEMS OF INTEREST The Wrong Father.— A "par" which appeared in our columns of Saturday   last, has led one pressman astray. We referred to a son having been born to Mr. W. G. Clarke, secretary of the Coolagrdie Rifle Club, but the "Sun" man, who seized on it with his cus- tomary avidity, transposed it to apply   to Mr. G. N. Clarke, secretary of the   Coolgardie Racing Club. It made Geo.   blush, but a few hopeful words from Charlie Vincent, a "sniffer" of the   club's whisky, with a good cigar, and the trouble ended in smoke.   Town Clerk Injured. — On Monday morning last the town clerk (Mr Syd. Coleman)met with a ''painful' accident while cutting wood. The axe slipped, nearly severing the big toe of his right foot and cutting the next. The Mayor made sympathetic reference to the matter at the council meeting. The clerk assistant took the minutes, and, for a young fellow, got through the business really w...

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