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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

Biirbanks Stoi». * - ? = ? -j; ? - (ESTABLISHED IMS) Wearmoiath and Crudace, Proprietors. (GENERAL STOREKEEPERS & DKAPER3) - - ^ The Largest Stocks in the District ' Oar Prices arc Bed rock, ' Customers Waited on for Orders. ' ^ Woodline TraJe* a Speciality. ' AGENTS FOR THE '00QLG-ARD1E xMINERJ-' Coolgardie Meat Supply, ^^^^i ~~~~ -- — ? j, j^^^^^l -- , TRENAXIAN & TREVETL Only _tlie Primest Stocked.' - ' Give us a Trial, Telephone, 8. - GLOBE. HOTEL, JHyley STE^^0OLGA!;Mfl. . . ' -. :' ' - ' w- J. KEYNOLDS, Proprietor. *- . The House « here Miners meet. - COOLEST BEER in Town. '. TELEPHONE 70. . (Connected with Kalgoorlie, B^ulUer. ami Norscunii). VATjT~R'R DRAPER and CLOTHIER. ? -' ' ' . ' * BAYLIiY STREET. COOLGARDIE, Great Clearing Sale '?From SATURDAY, MARCH lbt:. - *? ______ . ' . / Everything being Sacrificed at Under COST PRICE. - A Trial solicited. X_iOH H0t6l 'RENOU^nd SYLVESTER STREETS, C'OOI GARD1E. Best Brands only of Wines, Ales and Spirits. ALL DRINKS...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

* , Public Notice. rrUtE LION BREWERY having pur J. chased the Machinery and Plant of the Pioneer Aerated Water Co. and 'the °*°?fb&' etc of Mr. Jacob Asher, now Leg to notify Hotelkeepers and the Public Gcner \v\ n }hcy are supplying Aerated S^TaSriaSs: °a-y°tt& £iS'CSt' ? ? TRY THEM « Purity and Excellence Guaranteed. ._ . JACOB ASHER, - Manufacturer for the W.A. Liou Brewing and Ioe Cov.. Ltd; Irish . , National . Concert . '- — — - — - S'Tf PATRICK'S DAY 4£-' - CELEBRATION, - MX ROYAL HALL. WEDNESDAY, ' ' 4 MARCH 19th; at 8 p.m. ' Leading Goldfields Artists appearing. - See Handbill? Next Week. 'Popular Prices— 3s , 2s-., Is.- '

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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MINER ACCOUNTS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

'MINER ACCOUNTS Air. G. B. Moor, as the representa tive of * Mr. A. M. Mclntyre, will re ceive all accounts at his office, Wes em Australian Bank Chambers, or they can be left foe him at the office oi: this-paper, and any moneys owing to- Mr. Mclntyre may be paid at tiie1 said office or to Mr. (i. B. Moor. The protracted drought of this sum mer has had a bad effect on Bayley tstreet, .and now that this hitherto ex cellent roadway has commenced to 'break up, business people have ample reason to complain of the dust, which does very considerable ' damage to their goods. The utilisation of a water cart occasionally, or the hosing of that portion of the roadway from opposite the police station to the intersection of Ford-street would 'effect a great im provement, and while protecting busi ness people's property, would serve to preserve the road by again providing a firm service. Otherwise repairs will soon- cost more than the required ex penditure on water. j

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Prospectors' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

Prospectors' As ociation. I At the last meeting of the Cool gardie Leaseholders' and Prospecto'V Association a letter was received f-\ m Greenbushes, stating that a branch had been Jormed there, and a'skii-g for particulars as to rales and fee ,. ?as the Tinfie'd body desired to sfflliate. It was decided tint* fehe secretary siioniu supply the dt sired information. It ^as also resolved that tbe secretary should write to' the karions affiliated bodies -suggesting that they should now send &lon g their fees to fche executive. The secretary was also instructed to* call a meeting' of the general executive for the earliest ! convenient date. ' ;

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Another Venture. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

Another Venture. : In order to ensure a regular supply of cordials and aerated waters- (o the -hotels drawing Lion b^er, Air. C/ Vincent has tabrti over the factory hitherto conducted by Mcssrg. x'ishcr and Co., and tbe bnsiness will shortly be removed to rho brewery paemises. Mr. Jacoh Asher has been appointed managet- of fcb* factory, and Mr. Vincent guarante-s that only the very best of aerati-d waters will be ! plrtc'ed'on rhe market.

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COOLGARDIE CADETS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

CQOLGARDIE CADETS. A very enjoyable evening was spent in the Area Drill Hall at CWg-vrdie' on 1'riday evening last, February 14th. The gathering was arranged, ariong other things, for the purpose of e? tend ing a welcome to the detachment of senior cadets from Norseman who came up to ttite part in the 'H' - Company's team for the battalioa com- ; petitions: j Amongst those present were t~apt. ! Ellis, area medical officer; Liout. M. ; L. Eeid, area officer; Lieut. C. D. Per- [ o-uson and E H. Kretchmar, of the i Oitizcn Forces; Lieut. Gr. E. Holland, i jadet ofricer; the Mayor, Crs. F:i.i'aan, Tindal, Sheedy, Mercer, Noonan, Mr. - GriSiths, Mr. Yincent and Mr. Bar wiek. Captain Ellis officiated as ^.liair- ? man. . I The following toast list ,wag gone through: — 'The King,' 'The I^fleral Defence Forces, ' li The Town, ' ' ' The N.C.O. 's ' ' and - ' H. Company Cadets! ' ' Songs were rendered by Lisuts. Kretchmar and Ferguson; ? cormt solo by Mr. Eushton; recitation by Mr. Gordon Cam...

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ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

. ITEMS OF INTEREST Auction Sale. — Mr. -J. Me Dp wall, acting .uudd*. instructions from Mr, E. Speeriug, will soil .on Thursday, March 6, ai. 2.39 pan., on the pre mises, Jenkius-strjeet. the whole of his superior furniture and . effects, ; comnrisiuff b- veiled-glass sideboard. duche-.se che-sl, inarl-le top wash stand. ' A 5'Liuer's Right. — The present licensee oi the Royal 'Hotel his a miner's right tliat was issue-! to him tinder the Goldfi«lds Act 1886 by Cecil Olifion, Cctumis^Touer of Oow_n .Lands, on Sep ember 2 i si, 1892. It is on parcbmriif, ami \ya^ endorsed by Warden Fiiiii--ity at, -?outh.TU- Oross on October 10 ot the suine ' yeni*. 'This righr, issued to' Ernest Howar-i Dumsday,' was brought on ; to Coolganiie sevrn clays after it was I endorsed at Southern Uross. . ' An Old Woman's D-ath.— On Monday morning as E. Donovan, j driver of a bak-r's carr, waa making ? his 'round he called at the resilience! of Mrs.' Margaret -McDougall, at the j end cf Shaw-stteer,- and...

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TENNIS. THE COOLGARDIE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

TENNIS. THE COOLGARDIE CLUB. Although the Presbyterian Club was recently disbanded, little, time was al lowed to lapse before another was formed to take its place. This has been named the Coolgardie . Tennis Club, and it has taken over the three municipal courts on the Recreation Ground. Tho formation of this club is highly satisfactory, especially as id has been decided to compete in the Kalgoorlift Pennant matches. ' There are some good players here, and they should give an excellent account of thoni selves. The following committee has been elected: — Messrs. Frank Lan caster, N. Robinson, W. L. Michell, and R. Bradshawj hon, sea,, M. C. B. t

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

:: Jim Elliott V Proprietor. Bulk and Bottled, Obtainable Everywhere McKenzife's Buildiugs, Kalgooilie. Visits Coolgardie Every Sunday* . _ . Old Oonncil Chamber, Opposite Denver Ciry Hotel, - - ' i Houra 30 a.tn. to 4 45p.m — _ Z STATIONER k NEWS AGENT , 2 ' 1 ? I - ' - ' ~ - -' (, BAYLET STREET, COOLGAttDI I'.. ^ 1 ' 1 - ' - Has the Latest in Fashion Books. / . ? . ' i , - ? (, ; . ' , Novels and School Books a ? __ ,, - always on hand. ?'? £ '' ? ,- \ ' ^ i ': -' ? ' '-?'?? ? ? ?''—? . : '?? ? *) ?*,--?- ; 'COOLGARDIE MINER' / ( J ' Delivered Regularly. *» 9 9 c'***.^ e^^^s r***^ s****^ c^a^ r***«»3»-r& / ? ? w ???.???*iace' ?.? ? ^feC^Sfm ' - Large assort meat of M eu's Women's ' and \l83i|k ??' ' Children's Boots and Shoos, ^^^^^ ..,'??? . Bay-ley Street T~Tr ® % '% 11 T^ *...''? ? ' ? 7 Famous Throughout the Eastern Gold fields. ?^ ?.; Brewc'd and Bottled by The Union Brewery - Kalgoorlie ' Ogffvr^r^ OO0LGKRDIE DK1 R V if^l^'v^f MONTANA. \*5$''*^JS)S:i!^^'^i$$ P' Burke...

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SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

SPORTING-. Pike, one of 'Australia '3 crack jocks, has left for. the Cold Country. Whon in England in 1908 Pi'ke had 20 mounts, was twice first, 'twice second and four 'times third.

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SHOT IN A TRAIN. SUICIDE'S BULLET NARROWLY MISES OCCUPANTS OF HOUSE BY RAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

SHOT IN A TRAIN. SUICIDE'S BULLET NARROWLY ^ MISSES OCCUPANTS OF ' HOUSE BY RAIL.- ' 1 . The remarkable fact was disclosed at an-inquest at Lcwisham recently on Albert Grant, thirty -five, an account ant, of West Hampstead,. who'shof himself in a train at Catford, that the :bullct which' killed him came within an ace of endiug somebody' else's life. ,The evidence showed that. Grant buf fered from the result of a sunstroke in South Africa, and' was depressed be-, cause he feared he would lose his -posi- tion. The train in .which he was dis covered was from Orpington^ via Cat j.uj.j.1, to ou jraui's.i . On Grant was fotmd a written mes sage, which:. read, 'Adieu, wifio and kiddie.'-, - - r According, to a detective, . a com plaint had been received by the .Brom ley' police of a bullet from a trait entering the_ house'- of Mr.' Lister Stead, of Bromley-road, Shortlands, whose residence is about fifty yards from tli« railway line. _ The detective stated that the bullet pierced a -kitche...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

For Sale. We have been instructed to sell im mediately a number of two, three and four- roomed substantial' houses, for removal. .No reasonable offer refused. BURROWS and CO, ' Bajltj-streett THE MINING ACT, 1904 ' *? PPL1CATKXN FOR A LICENSE *- TO iKEAT TAILINGS, Regulation 9i \ Pursuant to the provisions oi: the Mining Act, 1904, we hereby apply 'for a Liceutse'' ;o treat the sands and sliaifcs i^iug on Grown Lands, being late Gold Mining Lease, No 664, known as ' Seek and Find', for a per ioJ of four (4) months, Dated this 25th day of February, 1918 . v John Fltiott. Miner's right of John Elliot No. 143836, issued at Goolgardie qu 24th Ft.br.uary, 1913. Thomas Moore. Miner's i ight of Thomas Moore No. 14o837, issued at Goolgardie ou 24th February, 1913. 'i;bje,otions 'against the application above itiericd to must be lodged at the; Warden's Office,5 Coolgnrdie, on or before tbe 27th day of Ma«-ch, 1913, and the hearing oi the applica tion ^will. take place on the 14th- day of Apr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

Q O ITAIT W /flit' -*1 i-l8nn8n street k.f £& V O J iJL U Lt?l9 Kalgoorlie All Old Coolgardie ard Kalgoorlie Friends Welcomed. Only Best Brands Stocked. Miss E. Brien - - Proprietress AUSTRALIA HOTEL Opposite Post Office. Catto's Special Bulk Whisky. Splendid Accommodation. Billiard' Room and attention. Best on the Fields. 4. Popular House with Visitors. 'R. /Misbet - - - . Proprietor DENVER CITY HOTEL, COOLGARDIE. *J ? _ y Close to Railway Station, Municipal Gardens and Bowling Gresn. — BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS. — ' ALL DRINKS ARE THE COOLEST 1 '??.-?? le CREMORNE HOTEL, COOLGARDIE, FOR A COOL SCHOONER OF UNION ALE. ALL -BEST BRANDS. I Bottle Department a Specialty! Everything at Kalgoorlie Prices. TELEPHONE 18, . , ,. ? J. P. MARTIN, Proprietor. .,. White/Hart Hotel, /. .. - COOLGARDIE. Nothing but the Best fa Stocked. W A Welcome'to Visitors and Travellers. ? J. M. DUFFY, Licensee. Grand Bar Hotel Bayley St., Coolgardie. First class Accommodation. Only the Best of Ales and ...

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THE MINING OUTLOOK SPLENDID PAST AND PROMISING FUTURE. MR. DODD, M.L.C., ON ASSISTANCE TO MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

? ; THE MINING OUTLOOK SPLENDID PAST AND PEOMISI-N J FUTURE. MR. DODD, M.L.O., ON ASSISTANCE . TO MINING. Before leaving after 'First Sod' functions, Mr. C. E. Frazer, the Posc masrer-General, and Mr. Jabez Dodd, M.L.C., paid a flying visit per motor car to Coolgai-die aad Mayor McPher son made them recipients of the town's ?weH-sustained hospitality. The first portion of the proceedings . related chiefly to tho fact that, in future, Mr. Frazer will o« M.H.E. for this district. as well as Kalgoorlie, ?md then the Mayor got on^to mining, mentioning that Mr. E^fia^could do much for the district in ?fehat connection. Cr. Tindal addressed himself more particularly to the mining question, making reference to the dull time Coolgardie had been passing through. He, however, saw a alight lifting of the clouds of depression and considered that with a little luck the old town would soon be prosperous once more. The gold yield had increased, and more attention 'was being given to the pro3 peeti...

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Notes and Comments on Recent Events. MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT AND MINING. COOLGARDIE STATE BATTERY. COST OF CYANIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

Motes and C©mniesits on Recent E^ent®. MEMBERS OP PARLIAMENT AND MINING. - COOLGARDIE STATE BATTERY. COST OF CYANIDING. . . Naturally, during 'the visit to the goldn'elds of Federal and State mem bers in connection with the turning of the first sod of the Transcontinental railway, Coolgardie received some ? Re tention, and the official visitors to the town included Mr. H. Mahon, M.H.R., the Postmaster-General (Mr. Frazer), Mr. Jabez Dodd, M.L.C, and Mr. C. MeDowall, M.L.A. The members ad dressed themselves to many matters of importance, but the wiping of the name of Coolgardie off the Federal electoral map and the inkling industry received the most attention. ,'?'„.' The former question was greatly dis cussed at the civic reception accorded Mr. Mahon at the Council Chambers. Mr. Mahon had intimated that he would take an opportunity before leav ing the fields to say good-bye to his old constituents, Coolgardie having now been added to the Kalgoorlie division for the House of Represen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

Dairy- Produce Merchant, Commission and Indent Agent ? , x. ' . - ? ' - WOODWARD STBEET ' ' Local agent for. James Giilespie, Ltd, Millers, Northam,- Robur Tea Co, ? - ?-„ London and Liverpool and'Globri Insurance Go, ' Stocks of Butter, Bacon, and Ghee,;e Sugar and Kerosene always on band Everybody Pleased. Vhy r?- ? ' , ? , The Coolgardie Miner makes its appearauce again to-day. I. A. : MAZZ|]@eHBLLIf wi:i deliver .it Jo you with regularity and punctuality. '. ** 2d . Weekly., Please order at the Arcade. - - J. ELA.Y' HALL, F.I..A.; Incorporated Accountant, Auditor, and General Agent Accident assurances effected. All elasses~live stock irisured without . , Harassing conditions. ' - - W.A, Bank Chambers, Bayley street, Coolgardie . Telephone 55. ' - / COOLGARDIE ; ' Bellringer, Chimney Sweep, and Billposter i Orders promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed. Telephone -70 oa «y|P IVIacnpherson cL L»o» ' /^^^^0M^^^^7\ LIVERY and BAIT STABLES, \fel^S^^C^lT^^^^rJ Sylvester-str...

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Railway Men at Dinner. COOLGARDIE BRANCH OF THE W.A.A.S. of R.E. THE ANNUAL FEAST TROUBLE IN THE DEPARTMENT. A POLITICIAN'S GREAT NATIONAL SENTIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

Railway lien at Dinner, 1 ?? -?» r'COOLGiEDIB BBANCII OF.THil ;.j -. . W.AJLS. of. R.B.- . ... ?-... - ?'..??/ THE ANNUAL FEAST : , ?^^TfeGUBLE IN THE DEPAUf [J '-----;'? ,.- ..MJ5NT-. ? ? ; l A' POLITICIAN'S GREAU .NA-' r _ TIONAL SENTIMENTS. The annual meeting and dinner of '.the West Australian Amalgamated Society of Bailway Employees took plaeo in CoolgaMie on Sunday last, the meeting being held at the Friondly Societies Hall, and the dinnov at K. Nishet 's Australia Hotel. Sun-liv is always the day fixed for this t'.untion . as it' affords nearly all the nv;n an opportunity of participating. The forenoon meeting was not open. io me press for reporting purposes, bit the discussion 'which took place showed that the men have a number of griev ances, especially Tfith regard to salary and wages that the. Minister is slow in putting right. The speak j:s re cognised the difficulty present 5-1 by au empty treasury chest, but the ?hief ground of complaint against Mr. Collier was in conn...

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Electric Lighting Question. THE COMPANY'S PROPOSED SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

Electric flighting Question. THE' COMPANY 'S PEOPOSED.' - SALE. Mayor, councillors and ratepayers j now have before them a very inter esting question,' and that, is the offer of the Electric Supply Company to sell its rights and privileges to the muni cipality. That these concessions were granted in the first place were a mis take, and early 'eccentricities' of management; to put it mildly, soon made this apparent to the ratepayers;- j iSince ivxr. jxl. xj. xieiu iuojs. uver. wi«. local management}, however, there has been as much improvement . as pos sible under conditions of the conces- ] sion, and ratepayers have had a bet- i ter deal, but many do not take current on account of the cost, and the Coun cil provides its own lighting' for the streets and municipal buildings. It is not the greatest light jm earth, but it j serves the purpose and saves the rate- j payer's' pockets.. , ? ' Just before the t close of the last municipal year, Mr. Pringle, managing director of the company ...

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COOLGARDIE STATE BATTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

COOLGARDIE . STATE BATTERY. At a time when attention is about to. be very seriously directed to the question of treating ,our low grade shows, any figures bearing upon the , cost of the State battery must- interest the prospector and leaseholder. The following return compiled by the Mines Department shows that the gross loss on running the ..battery to the end of -June last' was £1,624; but an analysis of the figures proves that there was a profit of £1,171. if credit be given in connection with plant, etc.' The sum of £1,171 .'was the profit on wording. The return is as follows: — 1 The amount of capital expended on the Coolgardie State Battery, £8,110 I'2s6d. 2, Th° interest charged on capital — £2 059 18s Id. . 3. The amount provided for sinking fund, £735 18s 4d. : - 4. The receipts and expendif ure from inception to. 30fclK June :— Milling : Re ceipts, £22,725 Is 3d ; expenditure-. £23,843 Is Id. ? : ' 5. The receipts and expenditure' from in ception to rlate (cyaniding and sli...

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COST OF CYANIDING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 1 March 1913

COST OP CYANIDING. ? In connection with the treatment of .sands at the State batery/the follow ing report, which was submitted to the Coolgardie Prospectors' and Lease holders' Association, and ^subsequently to the Minister for Mines, must inter-' est every mining man dependent upon a State mill for his return. Sir,— At a meeting of the above' as-, sociation held on the 17thv inst, we' were appointed as a committee to pro cure facts and figures, from reliable sources, in Connection with the cyanidi sation of tailings. ' - - ' We now beg to report as follows: — The following gentlemen, ali'oJ' whom have had large experience In the treatment, of tailings, were interview ed, and their opinions, summarised, a.re herewith submitted. Mr. A. Roberts (Tindal's G.M. Co.) stated that the cost of treatment at Tindal's was about a/4 per ton; to this should be added '-a sninh .(.iio»M -p~~ occasional repairs to. .plant/.' He thought that .the first cost to prospec tors should be l^dwts. per ton....

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