The View On Hannans
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... and whiney. After a brief search, I found Tim Moore and asked him about the "Paddy Hannan Slept Here" building. Unfortunately there wasn’t much he could tell. All he knows is that the writing has been there since he could remember as a child, which he calculated to be at least 40years. The building was once a boarding house, but no records were kept of its visitors, so there’s no hard evidence that Paddy Hannan ever did really sleep there. ...
... tears we suddenly felt. While I sat there fighting back the grief, Aaron did a heap of angry revving and suddenly clunk! The gears dropped back in as though whatever was stuck had become unstuck. Away we went again, but feeling very anxious and down, wondering if we were ever going to be problem free. As we got to the other side of Merredin, the problem started again and once again we pulled over. Aaron checked the internet for solutions and found some information about ...
... newspapers plying their trade on the 'Mile'. By 1906 there were more than 350 stampers at work, crushing the ore that yielded such wealth. So that's the history, now for how it is today. The Pit produces around 20,000kgs of gold each year. For every 1 million tonnes of ore extracted, there are between 250 and 300kgs of gold. This equates to 1 in 7 trucks carrying about a golf ball size quantity of gold (about half a kilogram). In 2014, KCGM (the mining company that ...
... according to a Western Australian Museum article on the history of the Goldfields. The article also states that "nearly 2000 people in Western Australia were officially recorded as dying of the disease, though the actual number was far greater. Most deaths occurred on the goldfields and an estimated ten times more people suffered from the disease. A gradual decline in cases saw a return to regular levels ...
... ground, the Paddington open cut gold mine. PM - we continued into Kalgoorlie, booked into the Prospector Caravan Park and had lunch. Went for a coffee and walk down the Main Street, very quiet of a Sunday afternoon, then we drove up to the Mt Charlotte lookout where there is a huge tank for Kalgoorlie's water supply. Went here with the kids many years ago when we drove to Perth in 1986! Had dinner at the Exchange Hotel, very ...