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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

THE JSTOMINATION8. COOLaARDlE HANDICAP. Seven Furlongs. Ayrville, Alary, Beresford, Balmain, Conge d'Eslire, Chief Secretary, Due ler, Eulogiiim, Ejector, Full Sail, First Loch, Flavigny, Glorify, Golden Orb, Highguard, KerrisdaJe, Louvima, Lily veil, Lost Chord, Lord Flavus, Muriett, Marcaux, Oddlace, uwiet, Boserial, Snapeap, Skipton, Simplie Maid, Tes tudo, Tom Tom, Thigen T.hu, Third Best and Utopian. . . ? x ?'COAGCJLINE,' KLINX,' ''TEN ?ASITINE' Cements for breakages/

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINING NEWS AND NOTES. COOLGARDIE GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

MINING NEWS AND NOi'ES. ' _ ?''sV.'.qo6ega.bdie goldmeld. Tlxefce appears to be renewed activity -in prospecting oa the Ooolgardie gold field. Twenty-four applications for prospecting areas were received . dur ing July, tlreir sources being well dis tributed /throughout the goldfieid. At Be&a. Bulling and Ubine, there are one or two. prospectors looking j.or tin and, amblygenite. Burbanks. Gold tonnages were treated at both the Burbanks Birthday .ami Burbauks Main Lode. At the former mine' 1,210 tons were treated tor 671.59 fine ozs.; and at the latter l,S2u tons yielded 919.64 fine ozs., whilst meir sands yielded 13U line ozs. lor 1,214 tons. The smallsr shows in cms centre have also had good clean ups. At the Glenloth South, they are spending a fair sum on machinery. The State battery at Ooolgardie. ran till the loth ei the month and treated 531.25' tons for 2SS.39 fine ozs., treat ing in all twenty parcels. It is ex pected that the miil will again start crushing on the 1s...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

Em-banks Store. \ (E,rABLIsnED m. ' . -' Weaa-moiatfo and Criadaee, Proprietors. (GENERAL STOBE KEEPERS & 'DRAPERS) The Largeat'StoclvSJn Ihe District. Oar Prices are Bed rock, - ' Customers Waited oii for Orders. WoodHne Trade a Speciality. . AGEX'rs FOR THE - OOOLGARD1E MINER.'' Mf®p As® 13 ^l (^ y-f - ) -&° vvs-ri a t=??.ai 1 I J I - - ' '? NEW & SECONDHAND — — OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. PI ANTS -RECENTLY SUPPLIED TO — . Bullfinch Proprietary Mine , . . Corinthian North Mine. '~ Edna May Mine Mt Gormalong Mi-:e, Leonora Kyarra Gold Mine. , ; . Royal Standard Gold Mine. Great Victorious Mine, Ora Banda, V Etc, Etc. , CASH OR TERMS. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED.' Tlie ffestraliaii Machinery Corporation^ 'Ltd, BOULDER ROAD, KALGOORLTE. T.ia« TTnfi--al EBNOUs.nl SYLYJ5STER STREKTS, COOLGARDIE JLJWjxJ..-, JLJlAi iit^ig i't-* ? - ? ^— - — ^-_I.J,ia ? | ' ', ? Best B-.ands only oEWim's, Ales and' Sp'iits. ALL' DRINKS COOL ?- GOOD ACCOMMODATION. SIES KING (late of Menzies an...

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Our Sydney Letter. Sydney, August 19th, 1913. Trade Dislocated. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

©ur. Sydney Letter, Sydnoy, August 19th, 1913. Trade Dislocated. The most serious matter continues to be the (Jumpston proclamation. Steamers are .leaving Sydney to seek cargo elsewnersj factories are working half- time, or no time at all; business is horribly depressed; the unemployed trouble is grotvingj more and more formidable evory aay, and all because of a very rash and hasty step, which almost everyone can now sea was taken withaat any adequate justifica tion. Surely never was ^so much trou ble ' and dislocation effected Jror so trivial a cause. Many doctors, who have seen outbreaks of real . small-pox in. Britain; do iiot hesitate to aihrin that the 'spring rash,7^ which is the pretext of all. the upset, is not small pox at all. It is. certauuy not 'the kind of smallpox that has oeeu held . up before us as a bugbear ever since we were little children. Five hundred cases have been imported. Seeing that a rash is a very common affliction, it would probably have been easy to ha...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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A Danger to the Community. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

A Danger to the Community. 'Every an vaccinated person * is a danger to the community.' . So the medical officials are frantically affirm ing. ? It is easy' to see how this per suasion works. . Practititioners who have kept their heads during the whirl of excitement are pointine: out that. on. -this theory,, (©vary amvaeeinated person, who comes under the notice of the health authorities is, in their eyes, doubly dangerous. He was 'danger- ous' before, because Jtie was unvaeein, ated. But, if he happens to have a little skin eruption, hei becomes a per fect terror. iTear lest he .tsnould in fect the community will dictate that it will be as vvell, or better, to be ' on the safe side' in his ease, and off he goes to quarantine. 'Another unvac cinated person has taken smallpox,' is duly trumpeted forth, with appro priate 'scare' headings. JtSut, if a person with a similar rash turns to have been . recently vaccinated, he, 'ex hypothec,' is no danger to the community, and it is likely ...

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Political. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

-Political. Political issues have oeen largely thrust into the background by the untoward aspect of the business out-? look. The chief point of interest is whether the next Federal election will eome before, or after, the- appeal which must shortly be .made .'to the State electorates. The\ advisableness of making the boundariek of the two sets of electorates co-termi^tous, so-, chat the same sets of rolls coital be used for each is becoming very. JM'omijient. So also is the need of establishing a sys tem of voting which would allo'=v a j fairer representation of the strength of parties than is at present possible. If there were to be a double dissolu tion, and Senators, as well ae Jtiepresen tativ.es, had to go for re-election, the party, whether Liberal or Labor, which happened to have a majority of a few hundred votes in . each State would be able to return the whole ox the Seua tors for the :lext three years, and half of them for the next six years. The other- side,, though nearl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

'LINSEED COMPOUND??'' »qf 49 years' proven efficiency for coiighs, colds, broaehitig, ete. '

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The G.W.S. and Agricultural Supplies. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

The G.W.S. and Agricul tural Supplies. . From the annual report it may be gathered that ihe . Goldfields ' Water Supply, afier expending £45,000 fipon agricultural extensions, made the fol-' lowing losses: — Year . ' £ 1909-10 ..- ? '16 1910-11 ? '.'...'. 186 ' 1911-12 ..'-\, ..'.''. .. . 1422 ' ^. , . - ? ? - i ; ^24 ...,i - ; To 'these losses may bo' added the following sums which were given-, as subsidies b,r tLc Lands and Works Do- ' partmt-nt: — -N Yertv . J5 , 1000-10 ? '. . . . . 149 ~ 1910-H .. . '; ? 529 1911-12 .' .. .. %., .. .. olO £14SS Total Losses .' ? - i. £3112 These' losses do uot include interest apou capital, or sinking- fund upon capital outlay. Those minor encum brances are pass'eel on to the broad shoulders oi the 'mining contimnniiy. The rapid increases on tho losses in dicate that the more, the Government expend upon pipe lines inco agricul tural areas, the -^higher tho losses mount. Of .course, 'the £3,112 does not include the £12,800 that has been book ed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

';... To^dav ? * HaiHpf ©nil aiidlcau s To-dav FIRST RM)E STARTS AT 1 p.m. ' i Wednesday, September 3, KALGOORLIE CUP, Saturday, September 6 A Special Train will lsave Coolgardie for Kalgoorlie each race day at 10.50 a;m., returning it 6.69 p.m., and Kalgoorlie 6 p.m. ' .: ': ' ? ^ _ M, H, WALSH, Secretary

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Associating with Aborigines WAS THERE JEALOUSY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

Associating with Aborigines WAS THERE JEALOUSY. The case heard in the Coolgaralie   Police Court at the end of last week presented certain features of interest,     and gave rise to speculation as to the bona fides of several persons whose names were mentioned. Michael Francis O'Shannessy, an old and familiar prospector, who recently -went to Widgiemooltha from the (inurl bine, was charged with that, he on   August 23 and divers otner days did cohabit 'and travel in company with an aboriginal native girl, 14 years and three months of age. P.c. Hamilton stated that from in formation received he went to Widgie mooltha on August 23, and hired a horse and salky to drive out to 1'liil bayley, 13 niles away, taking a man manned Aitehison with him. About eigjht miles out, on the Eed Hill road,, they met accused driving into Widgie, in a spring cart. Witness inquired, as to where he was going, as he wanle^ him at the camp to execute a boar...

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Bullfinch Proprietary. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

Bullfinch Proprietary. After quoting at length from the papers of W.A., the "Mining Inves- tor'' says: —     "Although, the above extracts do not carry us any further, they will, I believe, do something to convince my readers that the Bullfinch is a really live mine,and that the adverse rumors   which are being continually circulated are false. All mines are a specula- tion; if they were gilt-edged invest- ments the present high yields would not be obtainable. Having followed the fortunes of the Bullfinch since the shares fell to 7/, and not, be it re- membered, before, I am (?) naturally anxious that my readers should not forfeit the profits which they could, if they so willed, take (?). I see no reason why Bullfinchoes should be realised; on the contrary, I think the mine has such possibilities that the shares may easily go to 30/ when normal condi- tions prevail. Intrinsically the shares are worth 22/6, for when the mine gets into its stride...

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A TURF KING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

A TURF KING. — —o — —       After a long and honest association with the Australian turf, Mr. Fred O'Neill, of Ballarat, Victoria, can now look back on his experiences, which extends far into the early history of racing in the Commonwealth, and con-   sider himself one of the leading turf commission agents at present connected with the racing game. His fame and his straightforwardness have ensured him the patronage of all followers of the turf, and those who reposed their confidences in him have found them honestly and competently fulfilled. We   draw attention to his advertisement appearing on our back page, in which he informs the general public, and the racing enthusiast in particular, that he is prepared to execute commissions on all Government licensed courses in Australia, and give a cash guarantee of £30,000 to all clients with whom he has dealings.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents when forwarding manuscript for insertion in these   columns, should note that same     must be written in ink ; also on one side of the paper only, other-   wise we cannot guarantee insertion.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

King's . . . Thursdays. Pictures . . Only Complete Change of Programme Each. Night. Murray & Bridge, CYCLE and MOTOR AGENTS     Bayley Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. Rheumatism and Indigestion                         The Rotorua " E N I L A S " The Rotorua     Salts Salts     Registered Patent 3306 Is a saline combination containing the active 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   aad liver, bilious attacks, and all affections of the kidneys, In rheumatism and indigestion this natural salt— which is one of nature's great     cures — should ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

Public Notice. The yearly balance of the books of the undersigned is now in hand, and notice is hereby given that all amounts outstanding must be paid by 15th September, 1913. G. S. HARYEY, Sanitory Contractor, Coolgardie. Department of Mines, Perth, 18th August, 1913. TENDERS are hereby invited for the purchase of the plant and machinery situated on the " Un-   daunted Gold Mine," No. 4093, Coolgardie Goldfield. Full particulars of the plant and machinery for sale may be seen at the offices of the Mining Registrars, Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie, and the Secretary for Mines, Perth. Tenders will be received up till Monday, the 8th September, 1918, and should be addressed to The Secretary for Mines, Perth, endorsed 'Tenders for Plant, Undaunted Mine." Each tender should be ac- companied by a deposit of ten per- cent of the amount offered. The highest or any tender not neeessarily aceepted.     H. S. KING, Secretary for Mines. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. &a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

"LINSEED COMPOUND" for   coughs and colds. Of proven efficiency for chest eomplaints.        

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

Coolgardie RACES. EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL CUP MEETING.       FIRST DAY.   Wednesday, Sept, 10th. SECOND DAY.   Saturday, Sept, 13th. SOVS. SOVS.     1,280 STAKES 1,280         Special Trains - leave Cool-   gardie 12.34, 1.14 & 1.45. Luncheon 1p.m. First Race 2.5 p.m.          

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YOUNG AUSTRALIA LEAGUE. COOLGARDIE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

YOUNG AUSTRALIA LEAGUE COOLGARDIE BRANCH. The second general meeting of those interested in the formation of a branch of the Y.A.L. in Coolgardie took place in the Area Drill Hall on Monday evening last. His worship the Mayor presided. Several im- portant matters were dealt with,   amongt them being the election of hon. secretary as Mr. H. C. Cook, resigned. Mr, F. N. G. Arnot was   unanimously elected to the position.   Ways and means of raising funds to   assist the league to carry on its work   were discussed at length. It was decided, with the assistance of several well-known local performers, to arrange a concert at an early date, and also to call a public meeting to arrange a bazaar for the purpose of buying a set of instruments for the branch. A notice to this effect ap-   pears in another column. The Mayor   expressed the pleasure it gave him to     be present...

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Coolgardie Technical School. CONTINUATION CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 6 September 1913

Coolgardie Technical School. CONTINUATON CLASSES. The work of the third term is now started, and the classes are maintain- ing the previous terms' average. This is the.last term of the year, and   ends with the final examination in November. The Education Depart- ment are issuing a certificate to all who secure a pass in their respective subjects for the course they are taking.         The .certificates for the various     courses will be recognised as a guarantee of efficiency by employers needing labor or apprentices, while they also entitle the holder to higher education in the various branches of the 'work. For individual classes, several prizes have been offered, and the winning of these will depend largely on the work of this term.   Students who do not already attend these classes should lose no more time but immediately embrace the opportunity, while parents should &am...

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