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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
[?] Thursdays. * V ? Only ' ' Complete Change of: Programme Each Night. - Murray -& Bridge, CYCLE and MOTOR AGENTS Bay ley Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. Rheumatism and Indigestion The Rotorua ^^HiJflfl'P&^SS The Rotorua Salts. . ?',,..'. JEilllLIiiCP Salts . ^ - Eegistered Patent 3306 ??''.. I* a saline combination containing the active laxative and curative properties of '''the world-famous Rotorua Springs, which area solvent of both uric and lactic acid in the system Highly recommended for all derangements of the stomach and liver, bilious attacks, and all affections of the kidneys, In rheumstism and indigestion this natural salt — which is one of nature's great cures — should be tried evan after other treatment has failed. Price 2/6, Posted 2/9 Sole Agent — * ' , Chemist, Bayley-street, Coolgardie McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. Personally visits Coolgardie eyery Sunday, ' Old Council Chamber, Opposite 'Denver City Hotel, . Hours 10 a. m, to 5....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
f ', Try ??' / '' i - ,p - Jt is strictly pure and possesses the | -: % ' highest degree of rich 'tomato flavor. !- )% - - ' - 1; ' - ' : I I &r_Gs savor to either j^^^^^, ^^^^&s. ' ? ? ' ? ' ' ' iiioi or cold meats, fish \ ?*/? '^^5 i *$'$*'^^\ '\\-- and game. ' ' ^\^a:as:s^^^ I . ? : ' I Foods9 SiH€©§9 M@H^li©§g €©ndliii©BtB j ?;,. ? I 9 i ?'?.''? I You should also try Heinz Baked Beans9 ? ; ,~ ?. '$ ? Tomato Soup, Sweet and Sour Gherkisa ? i ? - 1 Pickles, India Relish, Tomato Chutney, ' ] I Evaporated Horse-radish, Etc., Etc. . i ' I ^ All grocers return purchase price if they fail to pl@as®. „ , I . — —AND ? ;' Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. . Brewed and Bottled by The Union Brewery — Kalgoorlie TRY A 'DREADNOUGHT OF UN [ON BEER. , _ No other kept Latest patent glass washer installed. All best brands of liquors / :- ' — — — — — . ? x , Bottle department a specialty, Everything at Kalgoorlie priees Telepheue IS . . J. P. Martin, Proprietor AUSTRA.LIA H...
MINING. (Continued). THE CARBINE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
MINING, v . ? «— ? — & (Contiiuiucl). THE CAKBINE. - Th^i result of the la-st clean up of ' this mine has been reported to the Be g^strar and' shows that 4 70 'tons were treated :,f or 2!7.'.)8ozs.,-an average oi 9.27dwtsv 'Phis micie',' which iy owned by B. Crawford, son, and Pimley, is ;t).u illustration ;of -what, f nay rcciilit from timely' fissis'ta-ncc u.\ ' the State, and'aft'ords a losson_that ovctl the pre act^t iulministration -.aiay ]s)vont by.. .Some ywirs ago, the owners wore in difficulties, chiefly in connection, with -water supply, and' Mr. Gregory, who waa then Minister for Mines made an advance of £500. v. «» ?« Mr. Ii. Hastie wcis'jn olrie.3, he snpplemontcd this with another £300, and the total sum* was subsequently paid back with 5 per cent. Interest. Sir.r-c the water supply was o'bfc-iiues.1, the mine has boen a regular producer, and up to two y^ars ago, about ct),000 tons had been crushed for .in average or I3dv-rts. A consistent tonnage has been main...
Our Eastern Latter. Sydney, July 15th, 1913. The Small Pox Scare. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
Our Eastern Letter. Sydney, July 15th, 1913. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Small Pox Scare. &nbsp; "Are you vaccinated ?" is still the central inquiry. The number of per- sons who have been operated upon is 120,000, and it is being added to at the rate of about ten thousand daily. Very shortly, however, the numbers of believers in the practice and of those &nbsp; who are amenable to coercion, will be exhausted, and then a great falling off in the pressure of applicants may be expected. It must be remembered that vaccination has never been com- pulsory in New South Wales and the present experience is not likely to im- &nbsp; prove its prospects. The mysterious rash whose appearance caused all the trouble, continues to be of the mildest nature. Fresh cases are reported &nbsp; daily, and it has been running for over three months in similar innocuous fashion, with most culpable disregard for the repetition of the medical au- thorities, who have left n...
Decentralisation. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
Decentralisation. The all-important subject of decen- tralisation occupied the attention of the Farmers' and Settlers' Conference and a resolution was carried, urging the Government to open up such ports as Twofold Bay on the south, and any desirable ports on the north, by con- necting them by rail with their hinter- land. It is declared that vast tracts of country, which would be served by such ports, are now virtually unproduc- tive on account of the difficulty and cost of getting the produce to mar- ket. It is significant and notorious that the country districts of this State instead of of progressing, as might &nbsp; reasonably be expected, are absolutely retrogressing, and are maintaining a smaller population to-day than they did ten years ago. This is pre- eminently a question for statesmen to deal with, and it is feared that the ordinary type of party politician is blind to its significance and impor- tance. Another feature of the Con- ference was the warmth and cordi...
The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1913 THE MINING OUTLOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, 1913 THE MINING OUTLOOK. Those who have maintained their faith in the mining future of Cool- &nbsp; gardie must find some real justification of their optimism in the statement that was made by Mr. Moyes, the late manager of our State battery, at the s^nd-olf tendered him. at the Council Chambers. It is customary, on suvh oc- casions, to say the nicest things pos- sible, but Mr. Mo/es dealt in facts and figures, and put these in a concrete form. It was the very fact of his doing so that gave his information the value that it possessed, and con- veyed to the minds of in those present a proper realisation of the true posi- tion. From time to time, the informa- tion has been published in this paper that the gold output of the Coolgardie field is on the upgrade, and that last year's yield was the largest by 3,000 ozs. for a number of years but Mr. &nbsp; Moyes' figures had to do with the work of the State battery, ...
Coolgardie Technical School. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
Coolgardie Technical School. &nbsp; On August 15 the second term of this school will end, and there will be a vacation of two weeks before the third term commences on Monday, September 1. The staff and students are issuing invitations for a social evening to be held on the 13th inst. During the evening, which will be enlivened by musical and other entertaining items, reference will be made to continuation class work, and the work of this school in particular. All interested in this work who desire to be present on that evening should hand their names in to one of the students or &nbsp; staff and an invitation will be issued. &nbsp; On Monday, August 11, the Rev. &nbsp; &nbsp; Dr. O' Hurley will deliver an illus- &nbsp; trated lecture at the Technical Sehool. &nbsp; Those students who are desirous of &nbsp; joining any classes during the third &nbsp; term should hand in their names early.
ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
ITEMS OF INTEREST. Boulder Pipe Band. — The Boulder Pipe Band, in full uniform, will parade through the streets to-night and then proceed to the Town Hall, where a social and dance will be held. There will be special dancing by adult and juvenile dancers of the goldfields, and a big programme of public dances has been arranged. Refreshmemts and good music will be provided. As the &nbsp; hall has been engaged until at least one o'clock, business people will have an opportunity for fully three hours' dancing after the shops close. Examinations in Music. — The re- sults of the examinations held by the representative of Trinity College of Music, London, show that the follow ing Goolgardie pupils were success- ful :. — Convent 'of JVIercy pupils (?junior- division) — Meta Roberts, honors ; Mary Laidlaw and '- Ettie Laidlaw, passes. PupiLs 'of vMiss Nellie Bruton, A.L.C.M., cert. T.C.L. — Ida Fleniming, jun., division pass ; Eva Clarke and Lily Macpherson, first step passes. MissF...
THE AMERICAN BOYS. GOOD TIME IN COOLGARDIE. A BOYS' KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
THE AMERICAN BOYS. GOOD TIME IN COOLGARDIE. ____________ A BOYS' KINGDOM. The visiting American boys, under the control ofMajor Piexotto, ar- rived in Coolgardie on Thursday &nbsp; morning, and were met at the express by Lieutenant the Rev. G. R. Hol- land, and Seargeant-major Walsh &nbsp; with a large body of cadets in uniform. The visitors were mar- &nbsp; ahalled '*afc the s atiou and with the cadets marched dowa to -the, drill hall, the Americans having their full military band, which played stirring march music in excellent style. &nbsp; At the invitation of , the mayor &nbsp; &nbsp; and councillors, Major Piexotto and the, boys assembled on tho stage of the Town H*ll at LI o'clock, when light r- f i-eshments were provided. The toast of the King having been honored, the Mayer proposed the boast of Major Piexotto and the American boys. The toast was sup- ported by Crs Faahan and Mercer, Lieutenant Holiaad, Ser-geanfc-major Walsh (h...
A JOHN BRIGHT STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
A JOHN BRIGHT STORY. Many stories were told about John Bright 's caustic repartees in private life. This story, the 'British Weekly,' says, is true:— : "I should like to come back to this world in 50 years to see what changes have happened in Eng- land," said a gentleman to Mr. Bright. "My good sir," replied Mr. Bright, " if you don't mend your ways you may be glad of any excuse to come back." &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Police Force Reduced. COOLGARDIE TOO LAW-ABIDING. MUNICIPAL SEND-OFF TO POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
Police Force Reduced. COOLGARDIE TOO LAW- &nbsp; ABIDING. &nbsp; MUNICIPAL SEND-OFF TO POLICE. &nbsp; In conjunction with the send-off to &nbsp; Mr. D. Moyes, in the Council Cham- bers on Friday of last week the pend- ing departure of Sergeant Fee and Constables Young and Walker was &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; celebrated in a similar manner. &nbsp; &nbsp; The Mayor said it was evident that the department considered Coolgardie so law-abiding that they did not need so many members of the force as had &nbsp; been kept there up to the present. As a justice of the peace, he knew what the sergeant had done, and must say &nbsp; he had always put his cases before &nbsp; &nbsp; him fairly and clearly. His departure &nbsp; would be Coolgardie's loss, but Boul- der 's gain. Although the sergeant's duties were not always popular, they must remember he had to carry out the regulations, and th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
BLACK BROS., Old Eslablished Butchers, BAYLEY STREET. BEST BEEF, AND MUTTON IN TOWN. TELEPHONE 25. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Coolgardie Meat Supply, &nbsp; TRENAMAN & TREVETT. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Only the Primest Stocked. Give us a Trial. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Telephone, 8. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; P e t e r R o b e r t , for DAIRY PRODUCE. New Laid Eggs. Best Butter, etc. Everything of the Primest Quality. &nbsp; CUSTOMERS WAITED On DAILY. W J. RICHMOND ( LATE SILBERT & SHARP). BAYLEY-ST., COOLGARDIE. &nbsp; F r u i t e r e r. We Only Stock Prime Goods. No Rubbish. Country Orders Promptly Attended to. &nbsp; Special Deduction for Quantity. 'PHONE 94. J. C. BRIGGS, &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Tobacconist and Hairdre...
HAMPERING MINING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
HAMPERING MINING. There appears to be a fixed determin - ation on the part of the Mines De- &nbsp; partment to hamper mining on new ground, especially if it be situated within the boundaries or a munici- &nbsp; pality. The latest evidence of this is the case of Mr. James Schlater, who &nbsp; desires to prospect on certain town lots not far from the gaol reserve. The intricacies of the regulations, which are worse than indefinite, are causing vexatious delay, and Mr. Schlater is now making a final effort to get his application through before abandoning the project. There is a reef- close to the town that is known to carry gold, but the obstacles in the way of mining are so great a barrier that no one has attempted to secure thc ground. Had such stupidly im- &nbsp; possible regulations been in force in Victoria, there would be precious little Ballarat. &nbsp;
THE GLENLOTH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
THE GLENLOTH. &nbsp; Some time ago, the owners, of the &nbsp; Glenloth (Messrs. Berryman and party) had a ''set back" when they applied to the Mines Department for an ad- vance to erect a gas producer engine and compressor, winding plant, and rock drills. The assistance was re- fused and the owners promptly came to the conclusion that the present ad- ministration is not over-anxious to as- sist the mining industry. Private en- terprise, however, has come to the fore, and Mr. J. Jones, manager of Hampton Plains, has made satisfactory arrange- ments for placing this required plant on the mine. Mr. Jones has acquired an interest in the mine with a voice in the maaagement, and he is quite satisfied with his bargain. The Glen- loth has been a consistent producer and has averaged about 2oz. to the ton. As soon as the new plant is in commission, the mine should become a big producer, and in the meantime development work is being pushed ahead. &nbsp; &nbsp; &...
LOW GRADE ORE BODIES. A VOICE FROM THE POST. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
LOW GRADE ORE BODIES. A VOICE FROM THE POST. The advocacy of more economical treatment of our low grade ore bodies is no new matter. As far back as 1898, it was found that the big soft lodes carried gold, but an 18dwt show was then considered low grade. Under the heading of "Recent Local Min- ing" the following appeared in the &nbsp; "Coolgardie Pioneer"on March 12, &nbsp; 1898:— 'It would be idle for the chronicler to deny that the town and district are suffering from a spell of depression. Our court records show it, and the mouths of everyone who is in business confirm it. It would, however, be less than comforting not to note that the &nbsp; &nbsp; depression is of short duration, and &nbsp; that the outlook is not half so black as many of our mercurial citizens paint it. It is true that some of the ad- jacent mines have had, from lack of &nbsp; underground developments, to suspend &nbsp; crushing, and that the average retur...
MINING NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
MINING NEWS AND NOTES. There is a little activity out Chad- Wyn way, beyond Waverley again, and a prospecting area on new ground has &nbsp; keen applied for. The prospects are said to be good. At the Coolgardie Warden's Court on Monday, Miles McInnes applied for a prospecting area on land at the wes- tern end of the town, adjoining the railway line, and within the municipal boundary, it was shown that all the conditions had been complied with, and the Warden granted the application, subject to the Minister's approval and a deposit of £6 being made. The ap- plicant, who was in the carrying busi- &nbsp; ness in the early days of Coolgardie, found a reef whilst prospecting for alluvial, and he has now returned to give this a trial. &nbsp; During the month alluvial gold to the amount of 16ozs. 17cwts. was sold by various prospectors to the W.A. Bank. The gold was valued at £3/15/ per ounce. At the Wallsend— Lady Robinson, Burbanks, on Monday last, Cecil and party...
"Prodigious." [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
"Prodigious." "Sometimes, you know, the cocks lay eggs." That is a saying among business men, when some enterprising broker is trying to induce them to "corner the market" in any given commodity. There is no instance on record of any such physiological re- versal of form having happened. But the saying is used to graphically de- clare that when one thinks that he has the market safely cornered, sup- plies spring up from all kinds of un- expected quarters, and spoil the opera- tor's little game. Something of the kind seems to have happened in the compilation of the Commonwealth electoral roll. The number of persons enrolled as adult voters was 2,758,394, or 57.8 per cent. of the whole popu- lation. But, according to the last census which was taken in 1911, the whole percentage of adults was only 16.1. (?) Where did the balance come from? It is true that enrolment was compulsory, but the most strenuous advocate of the measure will hardly maintain that it was intended that any person, ...
ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY FOR PERTH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 2 August 1913
ILLUSTRATED -WEEKLY FOR &nbsp; PERTH. &nbsp; &nbsp; The leisure which many people in Western Australia have for reading is applied to the perusal of weekly &nbsp; papers published in the Eastern capi- tals, and shipped across the Bight to reach the casual purchaser or the regu- lar subscriber when the contents are a week or more behind the times. Next week and thereafter lovers of &nbsp; social, fashion, theatrical, and sport- ing gossip, sandwiched in with criti- cisms and comment on all manner of current events, will have no need to &nbsp; look to the Eastern States to supply them with literature of this descrip- tion. Perth is to produce a new weekly paper, for which the name of "The Cygnet" has been happily &nbsp; chosen. A limited liability company has been formed to launch the weekly, which promises to be a production de- serving of a successful career. It is to be printed from cover to cover on art paper, and its pages w...