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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

[?] Thursdays, Only Complete _ Change oi Programme Each Night,. v Murray & Bridge,. CYCLE' and MOTOR AGENTS 'Bayley Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. Rheumatism and- Indigestion , .The.Rotorua Jl ff» |J | | fa $$ JJ lheRotorua ' Salts - -' bLU § gaiinliO Salts .Registered Patent 3306 ' , .'?'?'?''' Is a saline combination containing the acfrve laxative and curative properties of the world-famous Rotorua Springs, which are a 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 ot the kidneys, In rheumstism and in 'ig^stion this natural salt— which is one of nature's great cures— should be'tried even after other treatment has failed. Price 2/6, Posted 2/9 'Sole Agent — .Chemist, Bayley-street, Coolgardie McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie.' ~ ? Personally visits Coolgardie every Sunday, .., - . ' OKI Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, - / liours 10 ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE PORTABLE HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

THE POBTABLB HOUSE. ' We have haj something to .lo A.vlth porUibi& iiour.i-j in Coolgardie, out an uihiurican o-'^^ango predicts a great future 'for light and easily-moveabio dwellings. This is' how the paper strikes out: — 'It is lentirely in accord with the general trend of things that the portable house should be so re duced in bulk and weight an to do al most -as light as the tent of the- Arab. All that Avas required to bring it to its present stage of peij^ouon was time. A little more time and, doubt less, a house that may now be carried .(from place to place' in a light vehicle may become in essential - part of the equipment oi! a touring motor car. In deed, ifc requires not much more- at ' - present than a' re-arrangement of the baggage-carrying- facilities of the large automobile to make room on the ? iu Li- of, or under, the body for the ' ' Ci-ame oi' a portable dwelling. Eot tbe i:ianxitV'li!3ers_are using prepared «'K.i.-as wiiere they oju-o used wood. Improvemen...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Druids' Social. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

Druids' Social. A benefit social orgdnifled by the Druids' Society was hjid in the A.N.A. Hall- on Wednesday -evening, when there was a lair attendance. Tiie net proCeoia wii! go. to the family oi: ihe ia.o Bro. JB.twviun.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

:,: , ~~~' 'new & ssooNDHAND ~ . . ; .. ?.??-.' ; j'':: ?:'?'. OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. ..' |:V'rt^' ;gS:;^;;BuIlJfih'Gh-Fropriei:ary:^^ ? jj!i''K--' ^riHtliiaii: Nprtl^ '^irie. ;-'; '?:?.? '.;/; ; :.^h ^ ' - :: '.-. ., (:i,-j.-:.;-; ??? '. ?? ' ?.'?;- ?; ^'v;' S^najMay ; Mine^; ':'J\';-;'' ; ,. ^r:'\ -\--;y- :';;' ? ? :-V ' '-^v -. '.- ?'- l^^'t- ?-.??- Mt^Gormaiong Mi ae,-:: Leonora., ,.;^ -.'v; ' '.'? ; .';,--. . |S- : ;:-'; ;kyarraGpld Min^.? ;u:; -^r ^?;- ?',.;.-. .^ ;.--;?? Jm:.^'!-' I ???'?:'? R6ya:r'Sta:ndard.:G.p!ld^Mitie/;r;-','v;^ ? 1aU ; Great Victorious Mine, Ora Banda, JS-:,' ?-? ] : --'?:?- Etc.j-Etc.; ? '. ? .'? ?-??.,?,?' p GA&H ????() fl TKRM8. CORRi^rONDENCE INVITED. : ; BOULDER EOA1), KALGOORLIE. T':-lh!n TThtf1! EEyOU an.l SYLVESTER'STREETS, OOOLGAR-DIB; / Bwt Djandsonly of Winea, Ales and Spirits; -ALL DEIN^S COOL ?: - '.'? _ QOOD ACCOMMODATION;- ., ' ' . H MRS , KLNG (late of ^ Menzies and Larerton), Proprietree*, ''?''; . ? ' ?''??? ' ''' - '-.'?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

Eor Brohchial Coughs take 'Woods' Gre'a't; Peppermint Cure, .1/6.. ...'.?'..?'..',..

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Our Eastern Letter. Sydney, July 22, 1913. A Coming Storm. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

Out* Eastern Letter, Sydney, Jv\y 22, 1913. A Coming azurm. ' The first vamblings of a rising storm wore heard jn Sydney last night. A rumor had guiticil currency, among the other 'panic ley' statements, vriih. which tlie daily press lias lately been filling us a}-, to the effect that ths Government, 'it the instance oi1 Dr. Arthur,' 'MX. A, and the_ shipping com panies had made it up with ilic Op position to pass a Bill, making Vac cination compulsory, through all its stages, like .i Supply .Bill, on. the first dav of the coming session. Such an outrage ought to be unthinkable, but those who wore responsible '-l'or the rumor had evidently thought- 'of -it, 'and tho public has tamely su'fferM so ;.nany' i queer things 'fiat nothing was deemed to be impossible. Tho rumor only ? gained currency on Friday, but a hur ried meeting of citizens was held on ? Saturday, and -*«n Monday morning,' Ihe day before ihe meeting of Parlia ment, it was annunced that a meeting of -those who were oppo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

y ' -; - . - - '?.-,- 7-. ' -..:'-- '? ' . ? '''' ''' 'J^JJum^' *»»--* ' -uln.-i-'4?SSS=anrgrS!S^^ .-- .:--?-., .??.-..-..?..-_? ;.'v-;:-/-- :_:.,\y , .,..-'',- ,. . . i. r aj jr «v;«oc 'KV^vv article in Boans' Mammoth ^toibsfe^a^eeii :,; SiV© mbiiey By; piircliasinqj your requirements at bedrock prices. &vmj aiticie m « manv^Snb^lis -to - SUBtCANTlkliY REDUCED. It will; therefore, payypu to lay m a stock of ne^^1!|1 ^^^J ^^^^2^1 to - come. We have 1000 em ploy e^s^ttencimg ,to tka^ands o£ customers every day. 1 hey _all recognise ?^^^^,. is. a ;MpSM|SK\fi0!8BX^AVlNG , ; Country Orders promptly attended to. ;y^ ??^M'B^-:& . Th^ Universal Providers, : -\; ?[ \ : ; ;: ?;?-?;,;, ; -j -;; ^r-:

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Removal of Workshops. A MIDDLE START. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

Removal of 'Workshops. A MIDDLE ST.UIT. The specifications that Imve been drawn up for tlia lvmov.il ol- the goldiidds w\tsr supply shops aud fturcj aro cintsi-ig quita :i3 much amuaeruent as the deparlniGiital esti mate tfcnit the. oust will ha about ?SLOQO. TIi-3 ilei^oi5 re -no via,' tiie buildings whole, on which, a start is 10 De maae, nas given rise- to ruuca derision- and ths only suvprisje-'tiow is tbdt the DepartrncMt L'tis ? O'. under takes! to pack them -m cauioU. , Tenders are ca;ied for ihe removal of ? oi;e following :— - - v . . (1). Oamel harrfes3 room 30ft by 20 it, with lean- to 15a by 20ft. (2). Sm-ill store room 30tt bv 20n. ' ? (8). Buggy sh. ;d, minor room,' and Loose 'box, being eastern wing of. mai.i stable- 55ft by 14ft. ,'j (4). Fe-id room, west wing ©f ' stable, 34it by 21ft, with ieau-to L4ftby2lft. The rdinoval of 3 and 4; will leave the main stable at fcha mercy of- the first high wind. The Depari.iH.311t will 'provide the successful tenderer with camel...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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CADGING NEWS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

: cadgi^to nbw3'itbms;;' ;5j;; r Our remarks nnent the cadging quaii; tiiw of the heads of the State depart^ ments have been reprduoced in nearly^ every paper- we h av^- ,.fo«nd ti mo '-to open, and we^'e.pleaggdfeseetha^thfy' are. .endrsed ? :;by- -ofhar ' ? editors' whpse morhiiig 's : itiail is polluted with vtlif items of ' Mriteresting-resuTiiig :matt«r.^ * ; ' It seems .-tney_-iia vo - Jong ue.w -?'';??.: ing similar; n^bny :iii silence^ f figtitehed to°op»a out; Dii^tliem: lesptlieir credi^ balance s'b'pa'ld r ;b6 diminished; -af ter ;a/; ?skirmish -in- -- 'libel action^ On. all -sides we ha ^ b&?a:th^nked;:f or setting; : thp -ball rbTli^ ;;and'- :.r£;i:those^hap;s whom ;wec mentioned ? afo 'm-dc- of any* tlfih'gV- .they will drop'Vseiiding ''? a\onj{; their viBeies* ' ihucjs, ''?'''.'?.';

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NOTES ON THE MINING INDUSTRY. YILGARN GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

NOTES ON ^BrMININQriN-. ; YILGA^N GOLDFIELIXu, : - The Inspector of Mines .-far the Yil garn goldfield has- just. -.completed- ;-an;i inspiefition of: that ;ield, and^ from, his; report thereoii .the- following informa tion is' delected :^r- ..:! :;?' ' r - - Marda. ,-,v ;.-'... at Maxda-, vvhich is situated. about 100 miles due north from .Southern ,OrosB, mining is progressing as ^well. as.; way ; be- (expected under existing; con ditjonsv. The Great Unknown . is 4ppking- rawer, 'well'1 -at the, bottom level,;,-the vain hay-. : in o- - evory ?'appe&Tftnce ?? of -continuing,; At tbs time of- (the .Inspector-^ visit,: Nabs'l and 2 .shafts were being con nected at the 150ft. level: : The vein along this level is. estimated to aver age 2ft. in 'width, 'and. to.. be worth, about 4ozs. per ton. The owners -;onV; aider that there dre 'about 500 tons of; o-net in sight confining io'^s. per ton.. There are 2,000 'ton* at .grass 'cstima-; ted to be woriih '1'0'dwtfr: per ton, ; and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

'« LINSEED . COMPOUND. ' Th© 'Stoekport Eemedy' for Coughs and ' Cfilds. Q£ .40 gears' proven effieienc^.

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Croquet. Coolgardie B defeat Kalgoorlie B. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

Croquet, . Coolgardie B defeatKalgoorlie B, A number of Coolgardie croquet B players journeyed to Kalgoorlie on Thursday and played three games against the B's there, coming off victorious The results were as follows : — Mrs. R. S. Williams and Mrs. D. Macpherson defeated Mrs. Borrett and Miss Knowles. i Mrs. Bregenzer and Mrs. M. L. Reid defeated the Kalgoorlie pair. I Mrs. Lowman and Miss Barker played Mrs. Borrett and Mrs. jMaloney, and the former were lead ing when they had to leave to catch the train : The Kalgoorlie players entertained the visitors at lunch at the Railway Hotel, and served dainty aft?r.'con tea at the court,

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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

items of Interest. The Lighting Question. — A special meeting of ^he Municipal Council, sit ting in t committee of the whole1, was Leid in the Mayor's parlor on Mon day evening, when, a new proposal fiom the- Electric Supply Company received consideration. The company, through its local manager (Mr. M. L.- 'Reid), offered to do the wholei of bho town liig|htingi at a greatly reduced Tate. What with the cost of carbide and additional ?wages, the cost is about £120 a year for acetylime gas, but uner the new electric light offer, the cost w.ould !5e about £70, which is a big1 consideration at the present time. The Council uranimu3ly decided to make the change, and tne electric light will be installed without delay. At the intersection of the streets, -wires will be run across and the lamps sus pended in the centre, thus avoiding those shadows vdiieh are a drawback to th*e present system. ' ? 'A Wee Scotsch Necht. '- -There ,was a good demand for kilts and tar tan ties on Saturday eveni...

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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1913 LEASEHOLDERS' AN PROSPECTORS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

-^ Published Weekly .' SA1-URDAY, ATTGDbT 9, 1913 ; 1 i LEASEHOLDSRS' AH PSOSPEO TOitS' ASSOCIATION In deoidiag m favor of tn» apponii ;ioenV of mining boards, tlio Jixeeativ«i of the .Leaseholders' and Prospectors' 'Association, of W:A. has acted wisely. The Association now repru&bJits aimost every mining locality in the State, and its power for good is growing steadily. The Executive recognises that the ap Dointinent 01 anting bt)aras woma ae ti great gain lo the mining industry, now that all the fields u^ really in neied of a sympathetic administration. The gold yield has decreased each year for some time, excepting un cue Cool gardie 'field, and t-ha reduction of the battery ^eharaes from the commence ment of next ? month should lead to a further increase. The object of the Association^, however, isi a further peaching one than the interests of any single district, and it is believed that the constitution of mining boards, with members possessing speciaj. local Know ledg...

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The Bowling Green. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

The Bowling Greeni The council having directed ihe J garden and other members of the ' municipal staff to. top-dress the ! bowling 'green and croquet lawn the 'work was taken in baud during the week. On the bowling green bare 1 patches were re-planted with turf ; and the dressing has been spread ? and levelled, so' that the green suould be in good order this season. The [ croquet lawn will now be attended ! to. ,

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More Police Honors PRESENTATION TO CONSTABEL YOUNG. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

More Police Honors i s ' PEESENTA.MON TO COJS1STAJ3EL YOUNG. 'Coolgardie- people do not btliove in half doing things, consequently, on Sunday afternoon, citizens and fellow officers assembled in the Drill flail to say good-bye io Constable Young, thus duplicating the joint and siciver-il send offs that nad been pieviously tendered in ;the Council Chambers. As the Mayor was late in arriving, Or. Mercer was voted io the chair, and in pro posing the health of the guest, said all a oped his transfer to Perth would mean promotion. Cr. Faahan supported the toast. They were, sorry, lie said, to lose their old friend, and his departure was like the breaking xip of a family.' He did not know that -it would be any gain to Constable Young to return to Perth, i but men of his calibre merited promo tion. He ^yas a man of largig sympa thies, and he hoped the transfer vrould be to his ad^antagt. The Mayor (Mr. McPherson) arrived at this stage, and supported the coast, j '. He was pleased to 'again...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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MINISTER AND PROSPECTORS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

follNISTE - AND PROSPECTORS In that pure and 1 :Ay 1%p'i'.it --f kindliness which chm1 rLoriiaeri him, the present Minister u-r Mines has according to the 'Kalg iOihe /.liner's' parliamentary report, interjected dur ing debate that the Leaseholders and Prospectors Association is a, Publicans Apsociation. Mr. Me Dowall pointed out the bodj was designated the Prospectors' Association, ami, he agaiu urged favorable consideration of'thfi resolutions. If such an interjection were made we trust it was not intended seriously The association t - which reference ?vas made is tbe Leaseholders - and Prospectors' Association of W.A., the affiliation conference in connection with which was held in Coolgardie in January last. Mr. MeDowall had just i-pceived the circu'ai1. from the ex«-0u|:ivo uf thJ assocnu-iou (published elsew'lierv. Therefore, such an as sertion wo ui'l apply to all p#rts of the Stu t, auU wouii become a seruus one. Th« MiniHter slinuld Vk- PWnrG ihat the Leaseholders and Pr- ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

|V/J : ; ; It is stricijy pure and possesses the |(f)| |5 i| ; ?'..''?'.. highest degree of rich tomato flavor. fcf| p^^/ Lends savor to either hot or.xold fej |!j| ; Vi .meats, fish, and game. fcB ;|j|| -.?; ;:'pe£a25 / .American Table Delicacies |m l^'/'!.'1 '???-'.???Foods, ? Sauces, Eelislies, Condiments. ' W% ^^% i lrou should nlso try Heinz Baked Eeans, ^lO .^:1| Tomato Soup, Sweet end Sour Gherkin — ) fe=^ ^V-l Ficljies, India Relish, Tomato Chutney, &s ^1 |V'^ ? Evaporated Horse-radish, Etc., Etc. jiMll i.^| All grocers return purchase price if they fail to please. f^|| .;'?;.:??. '?? ' -— - and— -- )'???-..': . - — - ? ,. ...» ? ._ „ .- ,....^^-^-w-_r.,.i..1...,, J-T .. . . Famous Thvoughout the Eastern Goldfields. --:- ? /? ? J ' ? , ? . ' . ^ .:. / . ? ^ Brewed and Bottled by ? Fhe Union Brewery -' Kalgoorlie The CRBHORHfi HOTEL COOLGARDIE, TRY A DREADNOUGHT OF UNION BEER. No other kept - ??'.'- Latest patent glass washer installed. All best brands of liquors ' Bo...

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BURBANKS DEFEAT BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

BUEBANKS DEFEAT BEIGADE. ??? . There was a }avg& attendance at the Coolgardie Eeereation Ground on Sun- , day afternoon, Mhen the'Burbanks and Fire Brigade teams mlet, and the best game seen here resulted. Both sides were well represented, and the game was fast from the start. '. At times there! was a little crowding, but on the whole tho game was an open. one. Both sides secured a lucky goal, but Bur banks had tiie best of the play and won by the margin of a goal. The scores at the various quarters' were as follwo:— . ' First Quarter: Burbanks, 1 goal 1 behind; Fire Brigade/ 1 behind. Second Quarter: Burbanks, 1 goal 3 behinds; Fire Bijgade. 1 goal 5 behinds. Third Quarter:: Burbanks, 1 goal 3 behinds; Fire Brigade, 1 goal 6 behinds. Final. . Burbanks— 2 goals 6 behinds. Fire'' Brigade — 1 goa'l 6 biehinds. For the winners, E. Wearmouth, -Park, Allen, \! Pickup Bawd en and Hiekey. were well to the fore all through the game. Nick Carr played a splendid game for the Brigade,'...

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Leaseholders' Association CIRCULAR TO MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

Leasehold©?©5 Association ? CIRCULAR TO MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT. The Leaseholders' and Projectors' Association of W.A. is becoming a formidable, although a* non-party or ganisation, and now lias 'branches from the far Xorth-West to the Green bushes tinfleld. At the meeting of the Executive held in Coolgardie, last week, ., ? a^;a.--a tn n-T:3in seek more Ifavorablc consideration of the resolu tions aopted by the affiliation Confer ence in January last, and the general secretary has been directed to send th following communication and en closure to the Parliamentary represen tatives of all mining districts:— --T.sw,e.nii.--iritf«va' ji.twI Prospectors As sociation of W.A., Coolgardie, July3lBt, 1913. 'Dear Sir,— At a meeting of the Executive) of the (Leaseholder i: .and Prospectors' Association of W.A., held in Coolgardie yesterday, the reply of th!a Minister for Mines to the resolu tions adopted by the Conference held here in January last, when all the Asso ciations affiliated, was ex...

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