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SOUTH YILGARN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

SOUTH YILGARN. Polson Bros, are sinking on the   South Side Extended, where they lo- cated a new reef some time ago.   Our representative visited Jack Leneberg's new find this week, and found that it was within a few yards of the road that goes from Parker's Range to the Olga. Jack got splendid floaters for a length of about 200ft. which appear to come fro a fairly big deposit. As there is a thick crust of hard cement where the floaters were picked up, Jack has started sinking to the west of the line of floaters, and was down about 15ft. without having   pierced the crust. Though, it may take some days or weeks to locate the d posit from which the floaters were shed, it is a certainty that it will be   found, and that it will carry good values. This prediction is made be- cause the floaters were found on the highest bit of country within a con- siderable distance, and could not have travelled more than a few yards, in the hands of ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE DOMINO GROUP. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

THE DOMINO GROUP. What are known as the Domino group of leases are situated 20 miles south of Parker'sRange. They con-   sist of seven leases, and are named after the chief cities of the Common wealth. The North-West Prospecting Company, who have bought Jim Speak- man's property on Block 50 of the Hampton Plains, are the chief holders, and have sent Mr. E. Todd out to pro- ceed with operations. Tenders are call- ed for the sinking of a shaft from 50 to 120ft., where it is anticipated that water will be struc. A condenser is to be erected at a salt water well, and extensive crosscutting and other devel- opment work is to be started forth- with. Though there are nany who are sceptical about the theories of geolo- gists, it happens that there are some geologists who are correct in their predictions. The owners of the Comet lease, near Marvel Loch, milled ap- proximately 1,000 ton for £12,000 worth of gold when they encountered a fault which caused their faith to waver. One...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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The New Ministry. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

The New Ministry.               Tho new State Ministry has been sworn in. With rare self-abnegation, Mr. McGowen has accepted the most unthankful portfolio of the whole bundle, in the Cabinet of which for- merly he was the nominal chief. He will be the buffer between two contend- ing parties, and he will find it impos- sible to please one without offending the other. The long-suffering public is just standing aside, wondering how long the farce is to last. Fortunately,   perhaps, for Mr. McGowen, it has long   since ceased to hope for anything of the nature of statesmanship from the holder of the office. Its only reliance   just now is on the logic of facts. But   that same logic has an uncanny habit of grinding supine spectators as well as the chief actors in the argument. There is some comfort, however, in the reflection that its decisions ...

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Our Eastern Letter. Sydney, July 1st, 1913, Rain! Rain! Rain! [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

Our Eastern Letter Sydney July 1st, 1913. Rain! Rain!Rain!       The outstanding fact to-day is rain, rain rain! They used to tell us that rain means money for Australia. Un- fortunately, the rain we are getting     on the coast is causing a great deal   of loss. The grouud "water-       logged," and nothing will make any good growth (except the weeds) till   we have some fine days, and a little more sunshine. Our meteorological authorities, who are nothing if not statistical, have figured out that in the last four months we have had exactly 36 fine days. Roughly speaking, three days out of every four have been more or less rainy. And this in sunny New South Wales. On June 30th, 47 inches of rain had been recorded at   Sydney, of which 11 inches fell in June, and 15 inches in May. The total average annual rainfall for the last 54 years has be...

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The Rural Workers' Log. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

The Rural Workers' Log. At the Dairy Farmers' Conference, now sitting, grave fears have been ex- pressed respecting the rural workers' "log," which, although it has lain dormant for some time, will be pushed for all that it is worth at the first opportunity. "If we take it in time," said Mr. Badgery, the secretary of the   conference, "we can scotch it, but if we let it find us asleep it will kill us. " The small farmer, the man whom all the politicians profess to desire above all things to encourage, cannot possibly pay what is asked. In very many cases, he cannot himself earn the wage which he is expected to pay any man whom he may hire, though   he works longer hours and very much harder than any hired man can be asked to work. It would seem, there- fore, that the politicians will either have to abandon their pretence of be- ing solicitous for the welfare of "the stout yeoman, his country's price," or else come down heavily on the at- tempt to bring him ...

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1913 REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. EVERYTHING TO GO. MR. McDOWALL'S QUESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1913   REMOVAL OF WORKSHOPS. EVERYTHING TO GO. MR. McDOWALL'S QUESTIONS. Mr. C . McDowall, M.L.A., has for-   warded to us a number of questions asked of the Minister of Works, with replies, in connection with the re-   moval of the Water Supply work- shops from Coolgardie. The ques- tions with the answers attached are as follows : —     1. Is it true that the Mines Water   Supply workshops and stores     are to be removed from Cool-   gardie to Kalgoorlie? — Reply,     Yes.     2. How many men are employed   at Coolgardie in connection with   the said workshops and stores ?   — Nine; but number varies ac-     cording to amount of work.     3. What expenditure (capital an...

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AMERICAN BOYS ON TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

AMERICAN BOYS ON TOUR. A well-attended meeting of the   citizens of Coolgardie, presided over by his worship the mayor, was held in the mayor's parlor on Thursday afternoon, to make arrangements for the entertaining of the American boys who are to visit here on the 31st of July and remain until Saturday, 2nd August. The secretarial duties were placed in the hands of Sergeant- major Walsh. The following pro- gramme was drawn up, viz. : — Thurs- day, July 31st. — American boys ar- rive by -express at 8 a.m. and be met at station by a guard of honor formed by local cadets. The whole will then march to the drill hall where tbe visitors will be introduced to their respective hosts. Mayor's re- ception will take place at 11 a.m. In the afternoon a rifle snatch will take place against a team of local   cadets. In the evening a concert by the American boys will take place in the Town Hall. Friday, August 1st. — The visitors will be shown over the historical Bayley'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

        In the preparation of   of Benger's Food             the natural digestive     principles are combined in     proper proportion with     those elements of food if   which are necessary to     restore health and to     sustain life. It assists     nature in cases of;     weakened digestive     powers.     BENGERS Food           For Children, Invalids         and the Aged.          

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BURBANKS G.M. (TRIBUTE). PROGRESS REPORT FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

          BURBANKS G.M. (TRIBUTE). PROGRESS REPORT FOR JUNE. "B" Shaft, No. 5 Level. — Cleaned out, and laid about 200ft. of tram track, leaving another 400ft. to com- plete into the face of the main north drive. When this is finished, cross- cutting west of the end of the drive will be commenced, with a view to connecting with the south drive at this level from the north section of the mine. No. 4 Level, 'Main South Drive.—   Timbering completed for a length of about 35ft., and ore shoot fixed. Cross cutted 14ft. west, and holed through to the end of the east crosscut off the bottom of the winze from the inter- mediate level, total length of crosscut 33ft. Now stripping the stone over the crosscut from the winze; reef 24 inches wide, average assay 8dwts. per ton.         Intermediate Level. — Driven a total of 15ft. off stopes, about 180ft. south of the ...

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MINING NOTES. NEWS AND NOTES. BURBANKS MAIN LODE. PROGRESS REPORT FOR JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

MINING NOTES   NEWS AND NOTES     BURBANKS MAIN LODE. PROGRESS REPORT FOR JUNE. Main Shaft, No. 8 Level, Rise 212ft. North. — Have risen to a total of 17ft. from the back of No. 4 stope; total   from floor of main level 59ft. A con- nection was made to the winze from No.7 level at this point; reef from 18   down to 6 inches wide, assaying 7 dwts. per ton. No. 7 Level. — Main north drive ex- tended 62ft., total 490ft. Between 428 and 476ft. the level was in formation assaying ldwt. per ton. At 476ft. cut 10 inches of quartz., assaying 15dwts. per ton, but thence values only lasted for 3ft., and from that point to the face the reef averaged 18 inches in width, assaying 8dwts. per ton. A quartz vein about eight inches wide was stripped off the hanging wall for about 10ft. in length, values 10dwts. per ton. Winze (206ft. north) . deep- ened 32ft., total 48ft. Holed through to the rise from No. 8 level; reef from 36 down to...

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Coolgardie Prospectors and Leaseholders' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

Coolgardie, Prospectors' and Leaseholders' Association. As anticipated the annual euchre party and dance held by the associa- tion in the Town Hall on Wednes- day night was in every way a bril- liant success. The attendance was the largest that has been seen for some time, and the competitions were watched with the closest interest. Over 60 euchre players took part in the tournament, and dancing was continued until.nearly 3 a.m.   The winners were as follows:— Waltz. — R. Wearmouth (8-day watch) and Miss King (cruett), 1 . J. Pendlebury (set of carvers) and Miss. Luke (pair shoes), 2. Euchre .—Ladies — Mrs. Cameron (cheque £2/2/-); 1 ; Mrs. King (fruit sot), 2. Gentlemen — J. Howie (case pipes), 1 ; R. Gibbons, (S.M. pipe), 2. Ladies' Walfz (open). — Mrs. Ber- nardi and daughter. 1. The former was awarded a tea set, and the latter a jewel case. Old Buffers' Waltz.— J. Tierney (watch) and Miss E. Pincott (mani cure set), 1.     Writing Competiti...

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FOOTBALL. COOLGARDIE BEFEAT TRAFALGAR. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

FOOTBALL. COOLGARDIE DEFEAT TRA- FALGAR.   If you followed the navy pronouncia- tion and laid the accent on the first and final syllables of the word, anyone, round here would start when you used the word Trafalgar. At the same time, the place that has been made in Nel- in accordance with the death of Nel- son 's song, or rather, its namesake on the Golden Mile, turns out some good footballers, and we had a visit from them on Sunday last. The occasion   was a benefit match, but the weather militated against a good attendance. In fact, the teams were weak in this respect, and the home lot were short, but Coolgardie was still able to supply a couple of men to the ranks of the   visitors. Of these, Jimmy Jones, play-   ed a very fine game, and Pearce the other deputy, got in the road as fre- quently as possible. It was an entirely   friendly match, and of the players, Weatherall must be singled out from the visitors, with...

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The State Battery Returns [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

              The State Battery Returns Dykes Junction (Griffiths and Party) 35 tons for 32ozs 10dwts, average 18 dwts, 17grs PA 881 (Alford and Party) 15¼ tons for 49 ozs 8dwts, average 3ozs   4dwts, 19grs   PA 851 (J. Taylor) 41 tons for 17 ozs 11dwts, average 11dwts 9grs GM lease The Fenian (Fitzgrerald and Party) 20 tons for 14ozs 2dwts, average 14dwts 2grs       C. Mitchell (Indicator) 16¾ tons for 88ozs 16dwts L. Martin (alluvial) 38½ tons for 4ozs ldwts PA 912 (Ogilvie) 21½ tons for 3ozs 16dwts

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HYMN STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

HYMN STORIES. A party of tourists gathered on the deck of a steamer that was moving down the Potomac one summer evening in 1881. A gentleman had been de- lighting the party with the happy ren- dering of many familiar hymns, the last being this one. After he had sung the first two verses with much feeling, a hush fell upon the listeners. Then a gentleman made his way to the side of the singer, and asked him if he had not been in the Civil War. "Yes," was the reply, "I was a Con- federate soldier." "Were you at such a place on such a night?" asked the first. "Yes," he said, "and a curi-   ous thing happened that night which this hymn recalled to my mind. I was posted on sentry duty near the edge of a wood. It was a dark night, and I was a little frightened, because the enemy was supposed to be very near. About midnight, when every thing was still, and I was feeling home-   sick and miserable and weary I   thought I would comfort myself by praying...

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THE CRYSTAL PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

THE CRYSTAL PALACE. Mr. Bayst, writing from an address   that is suggestive of the reptilian area of London, sends us the following: —   (To the Editor.)   Sir, — The question of the acquisition of the Crystal Palace is now receiving the financial consideration of local au- thorities, who are all sympathetic with the wider appeal for National and Im-   perial purposes. I, therefore, specially seek the hospitality of your columns to briefly draw attention to the many circuitous analogies, which the cycle of time and efforts correlatively con- nect with coming events. Just as the future turns on London's initiative, so the metropolis and other realms have and will turn on the Crystal Palace. A straight line drawn between Croy- don and Hornsey connects the Crystal Palace with the Alexandra Palace (and brighter days), and passes through the entire length and heart of Camber- well, Southwark, the City, Finsbury and Islington, making the...

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CAPTAIN SCOTT'S STORY AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

CAPTAIN SCOTT'S STORY AT LAST.   The thrilling story of the late Cap- tain Scott and his men — told chiefly in   his own words, and giving his unpub- lished diaries in full— is a bit of litera- ture that few of our readers will care to miss. For a big. sum the publisher   of the Australasian magazine, ''Life," has bought the exclusive rights for   Australasia to publish this "notable"   magazine feature. The splendid and tragic story — profusely illustrated with   rare photographs— will probably run   five issues of "Life," and give Cap- tain Scott's story, told by himself,   from the time the expedition set sail   till the pencil dropped from Scott 's frozen fingers, just before his death. The publisher announces that this im- portant feature will begin in "Life" for August— on sale about July 22 —     with a profusely illustrated introduc- ...

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Correspondence To the Editor [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

Correspondence   To the Editor Sir, — In connection with your lead- ing article of the 28th ulto., on the "Use of Salt Water," and paragraphs in previous papers relative to the Government Goldfields Water Supply Scheme and its administration, it oc- curred to me that the Leaseholders ' and Prospectors' Association could take up the question of the analogy between the "Goldfields Water Scheme and the Perth Trams" The people on the eastern goldfields have not only been paying dearly for the water they use, but also interest on the capital outlaid in the construction of the scheme works and the sinking fund.     With regard to the latter item, it ap- pears that in about 14 years' time the original loans will be paid off; and then I presume the rest of the residents in the W.A. State will be presented by the eastern goldfields people with this huge water scheme and its rev- enues. A most admirable and unselfish gift!!! Dn the 1st inst., the Perth t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

"LINSEED COMPOUND" The       "Stockport Remedy" for Coughs and Colds. Of 40 years proven efficiency.

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SYDNEY LETTER. Sydney, July 8th, The Small Pox Scare. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

SYDNEY LETTER. Sydney, July 5th, 1913. The Small Pox Scare. The small pox scare continues in full force. About 4,000 persons are being   vaccinated daily. With a very great number it is not because they believe   in vaccination, or because they are afraid of small pox, but because they are compelled to suffer the infliction of pain of losing their employment; It is tyranny of this kind that helps, above all other things, to keep alive the class hatred which is such a de- plorable feature of the present day.   Even the advocates of vaccination ad- mit that the operation involves a cer-   tain risk. It is a violation of the body by the forcible insertion ol diseased animal matter. Not a living soul can say exactly what diseases are, or are not, contained in the lymph. But every- one, in his or her experience, knows of lifelong injury, and sometimes even o f death, following the operation.Surely,     then it ...

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RAVENSTHORPE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 19 July 1913

RAVENSTHORPE. Ravensthorpe has been a costly field   'o Western Australia. The harbor works and railway cost a pile of money, the Government experiments with smelting were lamentable, and the pub- lic buildings which were erected are, like the railway and other costly items, rotting for want of use. In order to investigate the situation personally, Mr. Collier left by Tuesday's express for Albany, in company with Mr. C. A. Hudson, M.L.A., en route for that lan- giushing field. It is on dit that the Minister will do his utmost to keep the machinery that was recently sold, intact, and perhaps he may give such a measure of assistance that work will be again started.  

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