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Coolgardie safe

(kuːlˈɡɑːdɪ)
n
(Cookery) a cupboard with wetted hessian walls for keeping food cool: used esp in Australia. Sometimes shortened to: Coolgardie
[named after Coolgardie, Western Australia, perhaps because of resemblance to cool and guard]
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The Binduli project area is in close proximity to both Coolgardie and Boorara, with several processing options being assessed as part of the consolidated Feasibility Study.
Focus Minerals Ltd (ASX:FML) has intersected high-grade mineralisation of up to 56.19 g/t gold in reverse circulation (RC) drilling at Brilliant North prospect within the Coolgardie Gold Project in WA.
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Distribution.--The genus Gaius is endemic to Western Australia, with a broad distribution that extends largely east of the Jarrah Forest and Geraldton Sandplains bioregions, from Albany, Munglinup, Esperance and Point Dempster in the south, north to Carnarvon and the Fortescue River (Pilbara bioregion) in the north, and east to the eastern margins of the Gascoyne, Murchison, Coolgardie and Mallee bioregions (Fig.
(7) A writer in The International Socialist found 'Industrial Democracy [...] foreshadowed by Bobbie Bums', while a report on a Burns Anniversary in the mining town of Coolgardie could report that 'as a Socialist or Democrat Burns' appealed to his people.
This boom was based on gold from mines in and around Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie in Western Australia, near Mount Morgan, Gympie and Charters Towers in Queensland, and, in the case of lead, zinc and silver, at Broken Hill in New South Wales.
Morgan took up a total of 120 options, and then rapidly left Australia for his interests in China, leaving Hall to establish an office in Coolgardie, which was then the centre of the great gold rush that hit Western Australia two years before.
Residents in the Lenora and Coolgardie shires are advised to prepare for high-risk weather conditions, news.com.au reported.
Mark tweeted: "1 mile left to the finish line near Coolgardie. Very tired.