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    There is a wealth of story yet untold about our goldfields, post and present. In order to remedy this and provide the old-timers and the new generation with the opportunity of bringing the picturesque personalities of the past and present to life in these pages a prize of 10/6 weekly will ...

    Article : 86 words
  3. Leonora—1896.

    DEAR "Non-Com."—The first lease pegged at Leonora was just to north of the Tower Hill, or, as we then called it, the Big Blow. We had beer. ...

    Article : 1,020 words
  4. Mining in the Snow.

    FROM "Mullingar" comes several photographs he has received from his son, who is at Captain's Flat, Goulburn, N.S.W., and who writes: "Quite a ...

    Article : 132 words
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    Lake George Mines and Captain's Flat twonship, near Goulbourn, N.S.W., after a fall of snow. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 17 words

    DEAR "Non-com."—A couple of young Victorians blew into camp one morning with a spring-cart loaded with fresh vegetables, only a week old at least. ...

    Article : 786 words
  7. Early Days in Norseman.

    DEAR "Non-Com.,"—Two men started from Ragged Gully, Norseman, with a cart they made themselves out of an axle, two wheels and tin dog cases. On ...

    Article : 564 words
  8. The Kanowna Hospital.

    DEAR "Non-Com,"—In the "Dolly Pot" of August 25 there appeared a photograph of the first Kanowna hospital. It brought back a flood of memories. ...

    Article : 321 words
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    The winners of the first push ball competition in Coolgardie on July 12, 1905. Back row (left to right): W. Sowerby, P. Kiely, E. Millane, D. M. Strickland, F. P. Strickland, M. Noonan and C. H. Field. Middle row: C. C. Monaghan, H. C. Pearson, C. P. Bloom (capt.), J. Beaton and W. Maynard. Front row: J. Kearney, W. Crannage, F. Plummer and V. Gray. Of all these, so far as is known, only two are still on the goldfields— ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 175 words
  10. Goldfields Identities.

    DEAR "Non-com,"—Further to "Battery's" item in the issue of August 18 and his reference to Jack Boileau at the Old Camp. I knew Jack Boileau years ...

    Article : 203 words
  11. McCann's Rush.

    DEAR "Non-Com,"—The accounts of the McCann Rush at Coolgardie, 1895, made no mention of the attempt by the infuriated prospectors to wreck the offices ...

    Article : 116 words
  12. To Correspondents.

    Don Miller, Mullewa.—An informative story that, on account of its length, I may have to break up into instalments. I have not had a chance to go through it ...

    Article : 40 words
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    Advertising : 172 words



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