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

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Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The American Boys A SUCCESSFUL TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

i The AmericaaBoys ;?? A SUCCESSFQL TOUE. The . goldnelds tour of the American boys has been a most ?successful :one, and- Major Piexotto has much to say in acknowledgement ,of ,the .kindly treatment they, have received. -In ad dition to their honors Won as ieatcr tainea-s, the. boys, excelled in; sports, and defeated the Coolgardie cadets at both football and ''rifle shooting/ The football was somewhat out of the common The Australian .', gaine. was j undertaken, but it was' -played with '.variations that were puzzling to tho l local lads. XEowweay g6m« of . the visi \ tors excelled at the game, and their i easy victory wasVirierited. . - ; THE EIPLE I MATCH ? :? On Priday the American 'boys shot, against the 'Opplgardie '.cadets and se ' cured a win by ..'six;', points.'; Sergeant Major Wal3h and Mr. T.1 Nevin coach ed both teams. The following are the j detailed scores: — Columbia Park Team. 150 200 TL N. Comstoek ? '. 32 28 60 Brain'ard ? 26 25 51 Green ? '30_ 21 51* Peterson ? ...

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

A Coolgardie Wedding.         A wedding of unusual interest took place on Wednesday, July 2, at 2.30 p.m. in the Church of England. The contracting parties were Mr. John Auld, of the Water Supply Depart- ment, Perth, and Miss Jane Strother, oldest daughter of Mrs. G. Strother and the late Mr. G. Strother, of Ber- wick-on-Tweed. The church was filled to its utmost capacity, which was sufficient testimony to the great respect   Mrs. Strother and family have gained during their 17 years' residence in Coolgardie The bride entered the church on the arm of her brother, Mr. William Strother, looking a most beau- tiful bride. She was gowned in a   beautiful white charmeuse bodice of silk mechlin lace, studded with pearls; tunic of ninon and lace on skirt, with long court train from waist; true lovers' knots of silk cable cord with spray of orange blossom with an em- broidered veil edged with lovely lace &n...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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The Situation. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

The Situation.     It is easy to understand the feelings of some of the members of the self- appointed deputation which waited on the Minister to ask him to make vac- cination compulsory. Most of us have drunk in faith in vaccination with our mother's milk, and pressure of circum- stances has prevented many from look-   ing into the grounds of their faith. They believe the operation to be bene- ficial, rather than dangerous, and to assert that it is a revolting defilement   of the human frame, fraught with innumerable and unmentionable dan- gers, sounds to them like blasphemy. The present situation is that the senior State, so far as personal convenience, and the transaction of business is con- cerned, Sydney is, at the present mo- ment, at a great disadvantage through being out of step with the other States in this matter. But when this trouble is traced to its source, it is found to arise from the abject manner in   ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Medical Profession. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

The Medical Profession. It has been asserted, " ? ? ? ," that the medical profession are unani- mous in their advocacy of vaccination.   This is flagrantly and preposterously untrue. Indeed, if medical pract- tioners, like other persons, were made   monetarily responsibe for the results of their actions, viz, for the conse- quences of the vaccinations they per- form, there would be no vaccination   at all. Besides an illustrious roll of   medical men who have dared to tell the public the truth about the matter, there are hundreds, who, without com- ing out openly in opposition, discour- age the practice. Those who are be- hind the scenes, know full well that the general neglect of vaccination, even in those States in which it is nominally compulsory, is very largely due to the cautious advice of trusted medical practitioners, who know the dangers involved, and try to protect the children of their patients as far as possible. In Syd...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Cure for Depression. AN OLD REMEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

Cure for Depression. ____________                       AN OLD REMEDY. Writing to the "West Australian "   over 15 years ago, Mr. H. M. Deakin made the following statement:— " On my return from Europe I noticed a marked depression in all commercial circles of the colony, and being natu- rally interested in the prosperity of my adopted couutry, I thought it ad- visable to ascertain the causes which have led to the very marked stagna- tion of business here. As a result of my researches and with a view of im- proving matters I think it my duty     as a colonist to point out what I con- sider the causes, and t0 suggest some remedies.     1. I was much struck a few days after my return in reading in your columns a statement of the very large amount of monies sent through the Gov- ern...

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

BLACK BROS.,     Old Established Butchers,     BAYLEY STREET.       BEST BEEF AND MUTTON IN TOWN.     TELEPHONE 25                           Coolgardie Meat Suplpy.   TRENAMAN & TREVETT. Only the Primest Stocked. Give us a Trial.     Telephone, 8. Peter Roberts, For DAIRY PRODUCE.   Now Laid Eggs. Best Butter, etc. Everything of the Primest Quality. CUSTOMERS WAITED ON DAILY. W.J. RICHMOND (LATE SILBERT & SHARP)         BAYLEY-ST., COOLGARDIE.       F r u i t e r e r . We Only Stock Prime Goods. No Rubbish. Country Orders Promptly Attended to. Sp...

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MISSING FRIENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

MISSING FRIENDS.   CONNOLLY, Joseph Charles, son of the late Joseph Connolly, of Eglin- ton-street, Kew, Victoria, or anyone acquainted with his whereabouts or death, please communicate at once with National Trustees Company, Queen-street, Melbourne, Victoria

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CADETS AND COERCION. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

==================     CADETS AND COERCION. __________   The spectacle of over one hundred   boys before the Fremantle Police       Court last week, charged with neglect-   ing their duty as senior cadets, was   (says the "Fremantle Herald") one   which ought never to be seen again. What purpose the military authorities had in selecting this area for their     first big batch of prosecutions is not   known; but it may be hoped, for the credit of the boys and the town, that   the proportion of defaulters is not greater here than elsewhere. Although the offence cannot be called serious in   the ordinary sense, it is certainly dis-   quieting to find such a number of our   senior cadets so lightly regarding their obligations. Their punishment was commendably light, bei...

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Monstrous Maladministration. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

Monstrous Maladministration.   At last, we are getting some definite   information, from official sources, of the shameful condition into which the Commonwealth electoral rolls have drifted. Senator McColl, the vice president of the Executive Council,   says that he has official information   from Mr. Gibbs, the Government Statistician, to the effect that the number of names on the rolls is 179,000 in excess of the number of adults in the Commonwealth. The inspection of the rolls is not yet complete, but it is already clear that a great many per- sons have voted more than once, and that the dead have been freely per- sonated. On the New South Wales rolls there are 60,000 names more than there should be; on the Victorian rolls, 60,000 also; South Australia has 17,000 more names on the roll than there are adults to answer to them; West Aus- tralia has 11,000, and Tasmania has 700. Neither Senator McColl nor Mr. Gibbs are likely to ma...

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Perth Gossip [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 9 August 1913

Perth Gossip (By James Smith.)   Three conspicuous features during the month of July have affected the Western Metropolis. The revival of building operations. The deliberations of the Labor Congress, and the popu-   larising of University lectures. They have been much talked of, and are likely to influence the general course of things.     Nearly all but necessary building operations had come to an end. Con- tractors had ceased to compete for early erection at moderate prices. Many tenders that had been called for were not accepted. Even the richest people declared they could not afford to build. Till now, the winter's out- look has been very unpromising. But a general change is taking place. Building land has fallen in price.   Contractors say that now they have a greater choice of workmen; more work ia carried out in a given time, and they readily tender for quicker and cheaper work than a few months ago. The ca- can...

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TO-MORROW'S MATCH [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

TO-MORROW'S MATCH - ? Burbanks and Fire Brigade will meet on the ground of the former to morrow, and the Burbanks team will j be as follows:— Walker (eapt.), j O'Leary, Hearne, Park, Wearmoath, i Martin, Hickey (2), Hobba (2), Baw den, Bromley, Slight, Pickup, O'Donough, Freeman, Longstaff, and_ Chester; emergencies, McLeon, Allen, W^.Aus'cinj J, aiolonsg ana F_. fergon.

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FOOTBALL. IVANHOE V. COOLGARDIE COMBINED. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

FOOTBALL. IVANHOE V. COOLGARDIE COMBINED. This match was played on the Cool gardie Recreation Ground on Sunday last, and Had a s.omewhat exciting finish., The visitors are the crack 'juniors-' j.if the gold fields, playing in .the '-First-Rate' Association, and are about to make a trip to the coast to try their luck against some of the teams down there. 'The Ivanhoe in cludes such , noted players as Billy Metherall, S.'obts Jones and Barnes, all of whom could be in senior ranks, but prefer to be Tritons amongst minnows ] to being princes among their equals. The team is a fast one, clover in 'the air, and smart at passing, but the Coolgardie ruck beat them badly. How ever, the match was a friendly one, us is ever the case when these teams meet for an afternoon's sport-. Billy th'e visitors, was commandeered on ar1 rival for the position of eeintral um pire, and 'Spec' Jones, who had not been picked in the Coolgardie team, donned the royal blue of the visitors and did good work for th...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

CRICKET. Local enthusiasts are reminded that a meeting of members aud supporters of the Coolgardie. Club '-will be hVid at the Westral Hotekon Tuesday ev ening at 8 o'clock jSamuel Langford, of tne; world's championship pretensions, who quitted our sunny shores a few weeks back, has knocked together a few lines which he posted to the Sydney 'Referee' to acquaint his old friends with the glories oi' a, trip under modern condi tions to 'Frisco. ? Says Samuel: — -'We have had a very pleasant trip so far, and everybody is feeling pretty well, except my wifef who has been a little seasick. Charlotte is the life of the ship, and everybody says it is a won der she was apt ill, when it was 'very rought the iirst day ^ out. (Charlotte is Sam's curly- headed daughter). I want you to give my best regards! to everybody in Sydney, and to say that I am more than pleased with the kind way I was treated in your eity. I also' ?desire to thank Tjed Boyle for the many kindnesses he extended to me duri...

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Great Victoria Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

[?] {Vi-i A. M. JioiMTYLi:^. -In ti:e '?'-lo.rtiiorn t'ort-s ajmes1' oj: May. 11th, 1912, '1 published an ankle cntHI-rd,.'/Tu3_ Great Victoria;' '? Mil lions of Tons and Millions of Ounces.' TJ'c title -v:is yo siautling tiiat I was subjected to' a fair amouni or' ridicule ? for daring- to predict tina a .mine ihat was beiny; nogiect.3-1 contained millions of tony oi -)io which wevo worth O:ie soveieign i''1' ton. in the .trticlo re ferred to far.id:— '-'It (tiie lo:»3) has in?en proved for a length of wcil over a mile to oe JOOft. in Avidth, and to 'cany ove^ 20/ pei' ton throughout. If LLc value1- (xii1' live to .i depth oi' 100 Tc-et LJiio-jy'iO'-.t tJ'c Icru^.s now bring worked, tucro ?-?*? 5. i J be aj-proximately FOUR AlfD A HALF MILLION TO_\S AVAILABLE -VyOIiTif AS MANY' SOVEREIGNS.'- When L wrote ih.oso words I had no less thon live assay charts of the workings ox tlio Great i Victoria in my poysec-sion, and I had soon huit'lreis, if not tiioiisanj.!*, of samples Jollied fr...

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COOLGARDIE SMALL BORE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

COOLGARDIE SMALL BORE RIFLE t CLUB.. The Coolgardie Small Bore Rifle Club has become an institution that attracts a good deal of attention, and considerable' interest was shown in the , shoot which took place on Sunday last. ; Mr. H. Austin wag the most successful with! the rifle, putting np Qi}. The fol lowing were the results:— Off Rifle lip Agg II. Austin ? 98 8 105 C. Cecil . . ' ? 94 16 105 Miss Cocks ..?'.. ..'..' 85 19 104 WT L. Mitchell . . ..-..' 93 10 103 P. Hunter ? 93 10 102 J. State ? -94 6 100 W. Sands ? 89 11 100 Miss Davison . . ' ? : 80 15 95 ' R, Davison . . - ? 53 22 75 Handicaps ^or- next Sunday's shoot, 17th August:— - , - Mis,ai Pincot, 24,; Miss ' Cocks, 19; Miss Davisoa,1.6; R. Davison, 24; 0.' -Hoses. 22; C. Kennedy 1.8; J. Cecil; 18; C. Cecil 14; Cr Lapham 11; W. Sands, 11; W. L. Mieiiie,ll 10; P. Hillier 9; H. Austin, 7; J State 6.- J. State and A, Lapham, handieappers.

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BURBANKS BIRTHDAY MINE. JULY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

BURBANKS BIRTHDAY MINE. -JULY 'REPORT. 'B' Shaft, No. 5 Level, Main North Drive. — Completed a further SSoft.^of the tram track, niaiiug a' total of 585 £®&t. Extended the level ' 9ft., total 598ffc., in country rock. No. 4 Level, Intermediate Level South. — North .Drive (from east cross cut;, 140ft. south), extended a total dis- i 'tance of 35ft. Reef 24 inches wide, « assaying lldwts. jxjr ton. Also strip- j ped north side of^cros^C'it fo* a total j length (including the wid'eh --f (irive)-| of 19ft., following the rolling and fold; : ing of the reef east, widths and values similar to the driving. South Intermediate Level (off stopes j 180ft. south).— Exfendeft* 18ftv total j 33tt. Reef 24 inche^vule, assaying 9 | ? dwts. per ton. . ''; . . %'?. j Rise.— (from back of stopes, 2l§fL j south — ). — Have risen a total' of idity.l and holed through to the south end -y£Z\ the last mentioned drive. Reef J2in. j 3Videz assaying 7dwxs. ger ton. North (branch) Drivo (off intormedi ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

'COAGrULINE,' KLINX,' 'TEN- ASITINB' Cements for breakages, mauufaeturiBg purpoBegj ste,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

y Ihey possess a delicious flavor § ] appealing to every palate. I ^ As a substitute for meat they supply i ] every needed element. They are I §j most economical. I I Foods9 Sauces, Relishes9 C©niidlm©aat@® I | 'You should also try Heinz Tomato Ketchup^ I | Tomato Soup, Sweet and Sour Gherkin FickleSg- I | India Relish, Mince Meat, Evaporated Hos?&g° 1 I radish, Ete.9 Etc. . 'I (| All-Grocers return purchase price if they fait to pleam, I Famous Throughout the Eastern Goldfields. -- ? - , . ,. . '. Brewed and Bottled by The Union Brewery - Kalgooriie The CREMORNE HOTEL, OOOIAARDIkT' '' ' TRY A DREADNOUGHT OF UNION BEER. A. ._ - . No other kept Latest patent glass washer installed. All best brands of liquors . Bottle department a specialty, Everything at Kalgoorlie prices Telephone II J. P. Martin, Proprietor ? I^TTSTJRAJLJLA. HOTEL. Opposite Post Office. Catto's Special Bulk Whisky. Splendid Accommodation. Billiard Room and attention. Best on the Fields. 1 .' ' ? 4l Popular ...

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The "Lymph" Itself. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 16 August 1913

The 'LyHroh.' Itself., The. lymph supplied produced such untoward results at the Prince Alfred 'I-Iospital'. that Dr. .Hamilton 'Tebbufct Wade a microscopic. examination of it. tie found 'cocci33 that hava-bsen de scribed oy bacteriologists as capable of causing! death by failure qf the ac ' tion of the heart. He) inoculatad rab bits with a c.ultiire, an.J they speedily died. Around their hearts was found ? clusters of 'thijise gamte ' ' cocci. ' 3 Ciiri- '. onsly enough, a well-known business man, manager of one of our largest distributing establishments, died of 'heart failure,33 a few days after 'he had been- ?'* successfully ' vaccinated,, and his is not the only case/ of the kind! It is well known that the germs (if any) of smallpox or of vaccinia are iiltra-microdec'Tjic. That is to say, they have, never beeu detected by the most powerful microscopes which hav'e yet been, madci. As these cannot be detec ted by tho Microscope, it is reasonable to conclude 1hat the germs of othe...

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