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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
^^^^ 0X HANjLEY and ~- . . . y (SUeCESSQRS;TO B UTCHER & TJHB,1 LttJ.), Rfi_a'iTii_?_^-,Rii-irr*h_ak_*€ : Wlio!esa!e5aixd Ee-tail..., Carts Gall Anywhere aadBvery . - l - wlierel- 'Phone -82, Coolgardie. OUR MOTTO— Highest Quajity, Lo.west Prices, . ? ' Having Installed an np^to-datc IJefrigcf.itincy Plant, we arc prepared to accept for Storage any Perishable Produce. Lowest. Ratos on Application. , XOCAL PEQDXJOTSJ ?. . . and as ( . ~ '/' ;'.' -G00D- AS THrE BEST. C. VINCENT, ; P. CUNNINGHAM, L._BRfiTON Managing Director'. ' Brewer.' - Seqretary. ? ? (. / I he Commercial Oflioq.issumf e Coy., Lt|. ? ' . UNDERTAKES Fire, Employers' Indemnity, and Uve^ Stock RiakSt, j^ LOWEST RATES. — . ; '. .' ' . ; ' , C. VINCENT, Sole Agent.,',' - Victoria Ifotel - - - Cofgarie; ! L. BKUTON (Secretary of Lion Brewery), has taken ibis beaatifully appoint«d s House -over on bis own account from the 1st Febrityry. ?,??-' The supervision of (he Commissariat section is in the hands of Mrei A* i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
n-LAGK. BROS'., -'.'.. OH, Established Butchers, ^ ? :, '' -BAYI.KT iV^EKT. \, '? BE^T/*'3''F A-IB ^rft'fOH IN TOWN. : -' ; / ? TELE :'ij,-oA ?''?£'»? ? ? ' »„,_..-. .,.--.. _. 2-V.. * ~. _ j_. ? _L..L ? ij *-* X1?- *~ ?* ' _=;^ ?- '' 3 __JJ_T3_*_-j-i ^.— . rr^ . r ?*'?? » _j i j -Waft 41* i « j . j— .t — — _ **** st ~^.J'g*1 (* v^-rj i i. * '__* ^» * I ?' t Cooig?H4.ry :iieat.'Sup3py. j ... f/ |f U TKE-TAMAN & TEEVBTT. Only Use Psi!..-. s; .'??:??? ked. - ? -- - Give us a Trial. .-.'*- !-!?;.. l-oius 8. ? Peter Holier ts, For DAH!'- PE0DU0E- ' Now'LaiJ-F _-_'=, lii1. t oull.v, etc. Everything of llic Piimest Quality. - CUSTOM E5SS WAITED ON DAILY*. ' . ( r ___________________ ? ? ? - ? '_ . ? _ . el. JUJ.U 1-1 l/lVALN \J BAYLET-ST.: U00LGARD1E. .. - Fruiter or. We-Only Stock. Pjishc Goofls. ^'o Iiu!jbi.jh. 0 -;;ntry Oiderfc ^Promptly Attended to. special l»e_ac(ion fur Quantity. !Piro-'K 9.1. , r ' ',.A1-HAMBRA'CAFE.- ? i ' sS^a v^ss elk ^STf-v^e*1?' 55^«*'fr&?. «v*...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
LiOB H0t6l ' lXm°U ailfl SYL^g'™ STfiEKTS, noOLGAKDlE Boi Biands only of 'Wine?, Ales on-] Sp'i-itl*. ALL DBINKS COOL '' ? -_ GOODACCOJIMPPATIOS. SlUS KIXG (Isle of Mcii/Jes and Laveilcn), Pioprietrcsa. ' VA'L JTCTfJ ? DKAPER aml CL0TniB«. - J-^t-^ty . BAYLKY- STlsEET, COOLGARDIB. ' GEEAT Geniii.ue-^GT;EAEING SALE Evi'rjdjing Iitujg-?aciJfii'O'lNat UN!-ER COST PRICE .. A Trial Solicited,
AN IDENTITY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
AN IDENTITY. There is no more familiar personality in Coolgardie than that of Mr. J. T. Shaw. 'Tom' is known far and wide, and his knowledge of mining} law/ is always at the service of the prospector. Over fifteen ;. ears ago, the then ' ' Cool gardie Min&r'' gave him the following notice: — 'Mr. 3. T.-Shaw, of this, town, who left Coolgardie last week for Fre mantle to be married to' Miss Wafson of that port, was the suojeci of earnest congratulations from members of the United Club on the evening of Janu ary 27. . ' Mr. W. G-. Townley, Mr1. J\ Boileau, and Mr. H. P. Smith (secretary of the United Club) organised the meeting at short notice, and brought the atten dance of the Warden (Mr. J. M. Fin nerty), who presided; Mr. A.. E. Mor gans, M.P., Messrs C. O. Weist, A. H. Barclay, Randell, Wigley, F; Kindon, J. Maenamara, J. Boileau, J.- S. Deykin, W. Benstead, B. jSToseoe, J. J. O'Hara, G. -'a.3tieau, C. 13. Clarke, H. 'King,'J. E. Hubbard, JSTortheote, H. W. Abbott, Field,...
Kalgoorlie Cup One Mile arid a Half Run Wednesday, September 3rd, 1913 [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
Kalgoorlie Cup One Mile arid a Half -Run Wednesday, September 3rd, 1913 20 Artesian .. 9 9 10 Swagger .. .9. 9 - 6 Saturate . . 99 14 Beverage .. 95 8 Conge d'Eslire ... 90 20 Full Sail . . 87 10 Dingwall .. 85 20 Flavigny . . 8' 3 12 Dueller .,. 8 ' 4 12 Muralite _. . '83 20 Marcaux i . jr 13 '4 Simple Maid ,.-. 7 11, 16 Miss Bob .. 7 9 10 Pilbarra .. 78 .'20 Kaluwiri .. 70 33 Solo Girl .. 70 12 West Park ' . .- 70 10 C. Secretary ... 6 13 12 Third Best ;. 6 13 '14 Murella . . 6 7 10 Corstep .. 67 16 Keer Waer /. 67 14 L,ile Lass ... 6 7 Kalgoorlia Cup— Simple Maid, Sat urate, Pilbarra . The racegoers of Coolgardie will be pleased to-know that a special train will run saoh day at 10,50
Kalgoorlie Races First Day, Saturday, August 30 JUMPERS FLAT RACE One and quarter miles [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
Kalgoorlie Races First Day, Saturday, August 30 JUMPERS FLAT RACE. - One and quarter miles Bundorrie - 13 o Mosque 10 1 Balmain-' 12 4 . Joker 9 12 Footman . 11 5 , Timbralite 9 12 Real Irish 10 6 Vigilans '9 2 Ravel ? ' 10 5 Ask Me 9 o Ngawera '10 3 Whirligig 9 o , SPRING STAKES . One and quarter miles ?Artesian ' ? 91 Ejector ' 91 Swagger ' 9 1 C. d'Eslire 9 1 Saturate ? 9 1 Diagwall 9 1' GOLDFIELDS PLATE Six furlongs Golden Orb 9 2 Foemaa 7 .0 Full Sail 9 1 Skipton 613 Glorify 9 o Suaa 6 13 Ayrville 84 Diplomatist 6 10 Lord Flavus .8 3 ' First Loch 6 ie Reserial _ 7 ia Misfire 6 S Chief Secretary 7 10 Eggshell 6 7 Hackee _: 7 a .Particular 6 7 Black Art .70. HANNANS HANDICAP One Mile 1 25 Ejector ..- 9 io - 10 Full Sail ' .. 90 20 Golden Orb ' . , ~ 8 13 10 Flavigny ' . . ' 812 1 10 Dueller .. 8 10 ' 5 Marcaux ... 8 '6 8 Drusilla .'. 84 12 Simple Maid . . 84 12 Miss Bob .. 8 1 7 Pilbarra .. 8' 0 4 Third Best .. '. 7 13 20 High Guard .,. 710 8 Chief Secretary . . ' 75 25 Owlet .. ...
Amusements KING'S PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
Amusements KING'S PICTURES. On Thursday evening next, at the Royal Hall the Coolgardie public will have an opportunity of witness ing tho repvoducrion l;y bio. of East Lynne in five «ct?, nv-\ 13 7 scenes which is without qne-tion a mnstd) pieco. The-acting is fjnn^r'ij-t''^ pho tography without lault, and the pro jection perfpet. 'IVFrs J. Wenrrnouth will render (h*1 app- opriare song 11 When oth- r Lips.'' Off tor the Races.— Mr. J. -C McKay haa-jiot lost his interest in sport, but now offers' excellent bar gains to those wbo intend to attc-nJ the Kalgoorlie and Coolgardie races. Some very snappy t!ung3 w:lj be dis covered by i vi?ic to the Bnyley-streci shopT
THREE DIVIDEND PAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
THREE DIVIDEND PAYEES. Though Yilgarn has gone through a long period of depression, and has not paid a solitary dividend t0 the share holders of any of the companies ope- rating here for a great number of years, the day is drawing near when the shareholders of at least three of the existing companies will have the pleasure of signing dividend receipts. The first to disburse profits will pro- bably be the Bullfinch, with Edna May a close second, and Corinthian North should follow before the end of &nbsp; next year .
DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES. &nbsp; Though the mining industry is more &nbsp; valuable to the State than all the other industries combined, the departmental officers in Perth are confined to a rookery through which no ordinary mortal could find his way without the aid of a guide, and in which no highly paid officer can do justice to either his duties, or to the number of men who go to Perth from the far outback on mining business. The farmers who have been advanced millions of money, and who do not produce as much wealth annually as a couple of the big mines of the State, have ex- tensive land offices, an Agricultural Bank and other buildings to which they may go when business calls them to the metropolis, but the gold hunter has to crawl about pokey pre- mises which appear to have been de- signed, and erected by the old con- victs. Politicians took fine care to build themselves a palace in Harvest Terrace, but they are evidently all too busy drawing their increased salarie...
THE POWELLISING POTHER AND YILGARN. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
THE POWELLISING POTHER AND YILGARN. There has been so much palaver about the powellising business that we are getting a bit tired of it all. John- son says it's good; but his remarks are so cryptic that we are at a loss to understand whether he means that it is good for karri or good for poli- ticians. But there is one thing we do know, and that is that if the pro- cess is adopted, it will be of some benefit to this field. We say this be- cause we know that a lot of arsenic will be needed, and as the Transvaal mine will shortly be in a position to produce between 300 and 400 tons of the white poison per month, this State will be in a position to supply one of the chief ingredients in quantities that would wipe out all the white ants in the west; that is, if the termiters have an appetite for our brand of poison. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp;
Wattle Day. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
Wattle Day. The Australian Natives' Association is taking a real live interest in connec- tion with the celebration of wattle day throughout Australia. The day re- served for the commemoration of this &nbsp; fragrant and golden blossom is August 30th, when every true Australian is ex- pected to turn his heart and energies towards protecting and holding forth on the flower. On that date, the Wat- tle Blossom League will offer for sale both wattle and boronia blossoms, and the proceeds will be devoted to the &nbsp; Children's Protection Society. The &nbsp; League is composed of Lady Hackett, &nbsp; patroness; Mrs W. Kingsmill, pre- &nbsp; sident; Mrs. T. G. Molloy and Mrs. P. &nbsp; &nbsp; J. Sullivan, vice-presidents; and Miss &nbsp; &nbsp; Kathleen Molloy, secretary, and a &nbsp; strong committee of ladies. The A.N.A. &nbsp; has co-operated with the wattle Blos- &nbsp; som League in the c...
The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1913 TOWN GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
the Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, AUGUST 30, 1913 &nbsp; TOWN GOSSIP ______ That famous observation of the Min- &nbsp; ister for Mines that the Leaseholders' &nbsp; and Prospectors' Association of W.A. is a publicans' association has one Coolgardie supporter worthy of the cause. This is Tom Tangye, generally known as the Mayor of the Three &nbsp; Mile, an old identity of this district. When Tom is hobbling round in search of the good ale that Charloy Vincent brews, he becomes very much annoyed when a callous licensee rcfuses him a pot. The other day he drew a blank at President Faahan's old Club Hos- telry, and then he stood on the foot path and let go thusly: "Yiz arr a publeans' association. I wouldn't jine the blasted thing. I writ to the Min- isther and toald him all about yiz, blast yiz!" The threat of a hosing shifted Tom along the footpath, but it is as well to be in a position to identify Mr.Collier's confidential ad- &nb...
GIBRALTAR DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
GIBRALTAR DISTRICT. From time to time, jnenibers of -the &nbsp; State Geological s-taft have called at &nbsp; tention to the Gibraltar district as a. promising field ior the prospector, bub very little work has been done them. The locality is only 16 juiics irom (Jooi gardie and thar.fi is a xair road all ii-. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; way, with permanent water at the li Mile rocks. The one minae on which any work has been done is the De- Beers. On this, Mr. Clayton erected a small plant, about three years ago, but recently the ground was forfeited for non-payment 0f rent. The lease has now been seemed on behalf of a syndicate, and one of the applicants has also found good stone on a pros- pecting area on the north-western side. The De Beers mine will soon: be at work again, and Mr.Clayton is trans- &nbsp; ferring his plant to the prospecting area referred to, and will crush for the holder. This area was taken up by E. P. Young and Margaret...
IN A POISON FACTORY. WORKMEN'S STRONG DESIRE TO TASTE PRODUCT OF THEIR LABOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
IN A POISON FACTORY. ___________ WORKMEN'S STRONG DESIRE TO TASTE PRODUCT OF THEIR LABOURS. "Slip on this glass mask," said the foreman. ''You will need it." The visitor donned the uncanny mask of glass, and the foreman led the way to the cyanide of potassium department. "We make 1,000 tons of cyanide a year," he said. "A dose of five grains is a fatal one. Thus our an- nual product is enough to kill 2,500 000 people." He opened a door, and a room fil- led with writhing flames, dense shadows, sparks, smoke, and weird figures in glass masks was revealed. In the centre of the room, in a great cauldron, 100lb, of molten cyanide of potassium bubbled and seethed. The flames glinted strangely on the glass masks. The foreman coughed. "These fumes," he said, "are whole- some. The men, you see, are all ro- bust. I have known weakly chaps, working here among these strange fumes, to pick up health and strength. In another clean, cool, room &nbsp; the finished cyanide was stored. It loo...
Fire Brigade Ball CHILDREN'S FANCY COSTUMES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
Fire Brigade Ball CHILDREN'S FANCY COSTUMES. In addition to the sets published in &nbsp; last issue, the following were the cos- tumes and wearers at the Fire Brigade fancy dress ball for children: — Girls.— K. Miller, Poppy; L. Smith- &nbsp; eram, Joan of Arc; K. Ryan, Powder and Patches; D. Crabb, evening dress; B. Ryan, Sun Girl; K. Harris, Good Night; M. Shepherd, Patty; D. Shep- herd, Poppy; G. Stevens, H. Austin, Miss Lock, evening dress; A. Hollands, Red Riding Hood; B. Biggs, Japanese Costume; A. Jarvis, E. Nicholls, B. Arnot, L. Mayer, R. McClunen, V. Lynas, evening dress; R. Fleming, Gypsy, D. Ryan, Red, White and Blue; J. McCahon, I. Clarke, evening dress; M. Edwards, Japanese Costume; E. Craig, evening dress; M. Clarke, Prince Charming; I. Stewart, Queen Mary; J. Jeffries, D. Luke, Train-bearers; E. Ford, evening dress; M. Reid, Chem- ist Shop; P. Mitchell. Princess Briar Rose; I. Fleming, evening dress, C. Dunbery, Fairy; B. Mitchell, V. Jarvis, evening ...
Gold and Grain. PROBLEMS FOR PROSPECTORS TO PONDER OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
Gold, and Grain. PROBLEMS FOR PROSPECTORS TO PONDER OVER. According to the annual report of &nbsp; &nbsp; the Mines Department for the year &nbsp; &nbsp; 1912, the sum of : £9,374/10/3 was ad- &nbsp; vanced to nine owners under the &nbsp; &nbsp; Mines Development Act during that &nbsp; &nbsp; year. According to a report in the "West Australian" of a speech de- &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; livered by Mr. Bath at Cunderdin, the sum advanced to farmers through the Agricultural Bank during the same &nbsp; period amounted to £405,000. The &nbsp; &nbsp; amount repaid to the Mines Depart- ment for the year under review amount ed to £3,876/10/2. or well over one third of the sum advanced. The re- payments received from the farmers &nbsp; amounted to £102,000, or approxi- &nbsp; &nbsp; mately one-quarter of the sum ad- &...
THE WORLD'S WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 30 August 1913
THE WORLD'S WHEAT. &nbsp; &nbsp; If a person swallows all that is said &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; and published about the great wheat belt of W.A., without looking at sta- &nbsp; tistics of the world's wheat growing &nbsp; countries, he is apt to imagine that &nbsp; Western Australia plays— or is des- tined to play — a most important part &nbsp; in the world's wheat growing indus- try. Now the fact is that with a &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; bumper harvest New South Wales could only produce three-quarter of 1 per cent. of the world's output of wheat, &nbsp; &nbsp; and the ma State grows far more wheat &nbsp; than W.A. If Western Australia were &nbsp; &nbsp; to produce wheat at last year's rate of production for one hundred and ten &nbsp; years and the gold yield were to cease &nbsp; to-morrow, the value of the wheat &...