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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

0 ^iz ; \ . Complete Change o£ Programme Each Night. Murray & Brid^OTOLB and MOTOR AGENTS *f Bayley Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. I V-\ -.-?. TheRctorua . iJ CM|| |@ ' The Rotorua . Registered Patent 3306 ? ? ? It a saline combination containing the active laxative Mid curative F°P«^ °* the world-famous Rotorua Springs, which are a solvent of both «£?»''*£ acid in the aystom Highly recommended for all derangements of the stomacn and liver, bilious attacks, and all affections of the kidneys, _atnlV- «reat Iarheumstism and indigestion this natural salt-which is one of natures great cures— should be tried even after other treatment has failed. - ' Price 2/6, Posted 2/9 Sole Agent— . Qhemist, Bayley-street, Coolgardio . McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. *| . Personally visits Goolgardie eyery Sunday, ? Old Council-Chamber, Opposite Denver Gity Hotel, Hours 10 a. m, to 5.80 p.m. Don't Take Me Home I . . Take me to c-v - Cecil's Arcade, '?- ' Opposite Law Courts,...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

'COAGULINE,' KL1NV ''rEN- ASTTTVT!' (Jementu for breakages,' j mi:. ui' . £ vpx$m*i .«*»-'' i__.'u--_l: -

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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PACKET REGULATIONS. Commercial Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

PACKET REGULATIONS. Commercial Papers. Commercial papers include all papers, and documents, not wholly printed which have not the character of dental correspondence, such as accounts, in voices, receipts, bankers' packets (con taining cheques, etc.), bank pass books, cheque forms (bound in books), drafts, files of official papers, insurance docu ments, legal documents, manuscript, notices of meetings, rate notices, scrip, plans and specifications. - found out, and your friend will, have to pay double for his papers. In deai ing with the post office, as in all otb'3 dealings, yon will find that honesty it the best policy. ; Parcels cannot be 'registered,, bi/t certificates of po'sting may be obtained on demand within the Oommo-nwaaltn. 3d. each parcel. For an additional i'ee Up to 51bs. in Weight. For Delivery— 1. Within the Commonwealth end NTew Zealand, for every 2ozs. or fjac Money orders are issued and ago ;iable in almost every country -n the vorld; and that is .the best and eas...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Nat Harper's Harpings. HIS LATEST CROAK [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

Nat.' Ha'rjprer's Karpinss. HIS LATEST OJBOAK. -Nathaniel White 'Harper, Esq., M.L.A., eledt of the cociats- of' Pin .g-ell}1-, in the Legislative Assembly in sists upon harping about' the gold in -duslry from his place in' Parliament. It is not ions since he spoke of the g'joldfields- beiag a 'fast diminishing aisitet.'' ]-icU, of course, knows 'more than'OMr. W. J. Loring, Avho recently toured this State ond spoke so optimis tically of the' prospects of' the fields, and jio doubt nagging Nat is vainglori ous enough to imagine that he is a far greater authority than m. McLaren, the world-famed geologist, who has so frequently announced his faith in the mineral resources of W.A.. Perhaps Mr. Harper does not know that this field produced 42,184o57rf. of s-;old dur ing the first seven months of ihe , re sent year, -uid only JL3,483ozs. during the corresponding peiiod of last .year; yet tlie Nat. Harper who left' this as a .played- out field nearly 20 j^ears ago, is actually- identical...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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YILGARN GOLD YIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

YILGARN GOLD 'YIELD. __ ? . ? ^_ ? During the whole of 19ll'the out put from -yilgarn amounted co 1S,596 ounces, and in 1912 it had reached 30,032ozs. During the first four month? of this year the output was i7,393ozs.. and during die next three months it was 24,792ozs., malting the total yield for the Srst seven months ' of 193 3 come up to d2,L84ozs., or tAVo and a half times as much as was recovered during the whole of 1911, and ovei' 12,000 ozs. more than the total yield for 1912: Though the above are sig nificant figures, our yield must con tinue to increase from month to month until a monthly output- of about 12,000 ozs. is reached.

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The, Slaughter of the Innocents. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

ThQ Slaughter of the Innocents.. As the end of the session approaches it becomes '.-lore end more evident that a. number of the measures of the Gov ernment programme will have to be held over i'or 'a more convenient . season.' It is fortunate for the Gpv ? eminent that the Premier nas firmly - 1 asserted liis sole right to be the spoltes :man of the Cabinet in this, and in all other matters. For each Minister, ? :.y though E'.'unwilliagly' consenting to ?'???'? fiie'T»-s.l4'ughter of the: Legislative bant . lings -for- which his colleagues arc re .^pjmsible,-. semes .incapable of'coneeiv *ung 'the- idea- that x-ossib]y his own pot - .''measure may come under the ban. But . the chief , iise. of the last session of a moribund Parliament is to give the electors an opportunity of learning what ? the Government would do, if it : - -:lrad the pWer. Mr. Griffith, the Min ister for Public Works, is still strong in'clefene-3 :»f the Norton-Griffith agtee -inent. But opposition to it in Labor...

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Our Sydney Latter. Sydney, September 2nd, 1910. Wattle Day. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

Qur Sydney L@tter, ? . ? . . — — ? -- ? -* Sydney, September 2nd, 1913. Wattle Day. ? ''''? Wattle '.Day, wbieh was Celebrated ? yesterday, is considered 10 nave shown an advance' over previous celebrations. -; As an outward and visible sign of tlie ; same, it is said that £100 was collected ''in the streets in aid of the Kinder .: garten Uniou. There. was not a'strik Lne 'display of the yellow flower in the streets, but, as the principal object of ?''? the. movement is to encourage the planting of troes, that is hardly a re ':-. .liable gauge. It was reported that one authority said thai; 500,000 trees had \: been planted in Centonnial Park;, and tliat each of them cost 10/! A com ?: munity that can afford to spend a -? quarter of a million in planting- wattle ;, trees can hardly be said 'to* be in other '; ' than flourishing circumstances. -Bu'tJ, '.'? ' is it true? In any cfise, Wattle Day I brin^3 prominently .before the peoi^le '-:?„ the innocent joys of nature, joys which j in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

gmp Af®i7 ^K (^ y-f '- ) v° '^ A 'Ft?.*1 J / ; ? / * ? i Mir kj?\7 Ji ^\^~k ^r* c -jfe^ w-o[?:h;;; \ ' . ' ; H — Securer £2faes es£* 0*sr £asn-pxf& J&s'^a'ww^SH^&fiftS'*'-'- , Giv&n srffstqy for fimftfy %ya?/ Tfesr J2a*G&t%filF , .^ '' 'I'm wimiiiii'ii iiMrniiin-nwitiiiiiiiiiiiiii iii iii. mr^.rifrW-aii'^fl--'rf-wvj'^v*lm^'i»^^l^';WJ1-u-''Jil'*lifei'a 1 - Kr . ?? - . | , News of Coolgardie aud . - * , t . Surrotrndiiiff Districts ? ' . ? §-' ! Il - ? * - w ? / . . ' ' ?????? . i-«f Mining ,. . - ' ' '; - m Meivs ... ' M - ' m Will be its ehief Feature. | , . ? ...... 1 Help your District by Supporting a Paper that is being g published for the purpose ot lielping^tho1 01d Field R along.,' ? ,''- 1 A M MclKTYRE, Proprietor | ' ' ' ? ^ ? '' - I - ? N- 1 .- . t ? _ ? „ , i Btob&iiks- Store. - ' ^.,, ' 1 , ? {ESTABLISHED 189a). ' ? g ? ? ? ? ? ' rr i / '- Wearmomtla and Grudace, Proprietors, ' 1 (GENERAL STOUElvBEPEUS & DRAPERS) , 1...

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LADY ROBINSON TRIBUTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

LADY ROBINSON TRIBUTERS. : . .1 This party- has again met with, bad-, luck by having portion Of the battery! engine broken, thus preventing them ? crushing the parcel of ore raised, and ( enabling them to crash only 150 tons-; for 37oz 5dwt.' ? ' | i

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BENJAMIN GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

BENJAMIN GEORGE. |' This lease is being well opened up \ by B. Hansen, and he is being well ' repaid for the work done, as the '; values now being met with are high, ' It is anticipated that the next crush- ! ing will be the best he has j et taken out.

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TINDALS COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

TINDALS COMPANY. The tributers of the Perseverance, which adjoins the company's lease, have now obtained. a supply of com pressed air, thus enabling them to ' work with rock drills. So far, they are very pleased with the prospects they are obtaining from the stone, ' and as they are a good and large t party our gold, yield should be ' materially increased by them. They ! are negotiating for the battery that ? was erected on the Griffiths leases. I Tindals company lieve a fair num- . ber of contractors at work, and good ? progress is being accomplished. We ! understand that much better values ? are being obtained than was the case under the old management. The l last call has enabled the directors to meet all liabilities and have money i in hand to pay for current develop ment. To local shareholders it will be pleasant reading to know that a, call is not mad^ for September. ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

OOJIMON-VEALTH OF' AUSTRALIA. P- .stmnsler General's Department. G.l'.O.. Perth, oth September, 1913. ? TENPEKS- l'OR 'THE CONVEYANCE' OF MAILS. ATTKNTiON is directed to a notice.' appealing -jn tlit Commonwealth (.-K-zetleot the 2ir! Augusl, l!Mo (copy of which may he seen :it any official Post oince) inviling tcmlcis for ttic conveyance of mails between: — Bou'i'.cr and Kinjs&toii ; Iirnad A.U'»w and Oia Baud a ; liiiloni; and Kal g wile ; Bdttcifly and Ding-i (Jicek ; Car bine and Child win ; Ci o'jra,idie and I3ur binks; Coolga' die Post Oflicc smd Rniiwny Slalion ; Jxa'suwnn and Gindrdbic; Kanowna aaij^Kiii nsil[»i ; Kodkynie and Hrijurliua ; i\u mnallui'r, and Jcnnlic Hills; Laverton rind Hesia; Lavert(-n Post (Office iwnl ltail way Station ; Lenn.mi and Lake Darlo ; Murrin Mdrrin and Linden; Tendeis c'nse'al 3 pm. on Wednesday -JUh Seplen be', l'.)I3. p. WHY^-Lr, Deputy Pu&iniafctei Ge eral, Gooig'ardie EIGHTEENTH ANNUAL CUP MEETING. TO-DAY MO-DAY! I SOVS. \ S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

- '' NEW ?'& SECONDHAND MINING MACHINERY. ? OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, PI ANTS RECENTLY CUPPLIE D TO — Bullfinch Proprietary Mine. , . Corinthian North Mine. Edna May Mine Mt Gormalong Mine, Leonora Kyarra Gold Mine. Royal Standard Gold Mine. Great Victorious Mine, Ora Banda, / ? Etc.9 Etc. CASH OR TERMS. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. Tlie lestralian ^ MaeMiery CoFpomitoflv Ltd BOULDER ROAD, KA.LGOORLIE.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

CRIPPLED WITH RHEUMATISM. 'I was crippled ' .syith' rheumatism .??and could not' get about at nil,' writes Mr. Charles Lineolh, Kicumoni/ Tas, 'After using Chamberlain's Pain Balm a few times all. '-pain. -was gone and I now feel quite: we'll./ I am; 52 years 'of age and earning Iny living us a general laborer.'- ? ? : ,-?''' ..-.'--- ?.nl'6v by' G. Wilson,- -Southern ; Qso^ sad W. A. iManl&n, Sfe'Yel .Lsoi, ' ? ?

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AN OUT-BACK MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

AN OUT-BACK MINE. Developments at the Nil Desper andum G.M. (G-aston and King), . Burtvillej i:con'tiBiie' to improve (says the «* Lavertdn% Mercury'). During , last week-all -drives' have been con. , tinned ard values are getting better. | ,The manager estimates that sevens I tons raised last Thursday week con- I tain SOQOoz of gold, and he seems to ) have no doubt that up to the present ] there is half a ton of the precious ; metal in sight. The NilDesperandum mine has been worked continuously for about 12 years, 'and was acquired by the present owners some seven or eight years ago. It has been a con sistent gold producer, but nothing like the recent development, which has been met with in a different part of the lease, has ever been previously encountered. It is of immense width and phenomenally rich and eclipses any discovery ever made in the Burtville district. From all»accoants to hand Alf Mprey | (Perth's middleweight) was exceed-, j I ingly lucky to gain- the decision over ,...

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IF I WERE YOU—TO A BOY. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

IF I WERE YOU— TO A BOY. If I, my little lad, were you,' I'll tell youw hat I wouldn't -do — . I wouldn 't tiro myself all day' In trying hard to get my way;, I would stamp upon the .floor, , And make my little !e&t at) oore; ? And-^ just 'because I felt so cross, -? . I wouldnt scream till I was hoarse. If I, you silly boy, were yoa, ^ . 1 I'll- tell you what I v/quld do — I'd get out my wee han&-ki;r-rthief, ' : And wipe away the tears of grief; . I would be still, and full of shame . -* To think how quietly temper camp; ' ..Then I would say, and mean it too — , 'Oh, please forgive!' — if I ^ere you.

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THE SHAREMARKET. CHAS. B. MOOR. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

THE SHAREMARKET. OHAS. B. MOOR. / - '?* To' day's sales and quotations were : — - . Adelaide. Sept. 12, 3.30 p.m. Northerns, sales Us 3d Hannan's 'Staiysafes 3s 9d Bullfeh, buyer 15s 6d, seller 15s 9d Edna May, buyer 34s 6d, sgller 35s 6d Marvel Loch, buyer Is 10d, seller 2s i gha'ff erSi buyer 1 s lO.d, seller 2s' ,!e|ioulde¥S,: buyer 13s 3d, seller 13s 6d ''Mararoa. buyer 7s Id, seller 7s 3d | x. London, Sept. 11 j Assoeiated, 7s 3d jNoftherns, 11s 3d \ Perseverance, 2s 3d . Gwalia, 23s 9d 1 Linkfi. 1h 6d ? 7 . Hannan's Star, 3s 7-|d Chaffers, 2s 1-^d - '?

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MINING WIDGIEMOOLTHA. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

MINING ! WIDGIEMOOLTHA. - ? I Good reports continue to come to hand from the abjve district. A . fair amount of pegging out has been j done, and it is not surprising when one j has been in the district and seen its ? numerous outcrops which, in many ? instances, have never been tapped. , It is astonishing that so little has ) been mined, seeing the natural facili- j ties, particularly in respect to timber and water. Perth and Kalgoorlie i investors are already interesting | themselves in the old and new dis- j coveries. j

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FOOTBALL. COOLGARDIE V. SOUTHERN CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

FOOTBALL. COOLGAEDIE V. SOUTHEKN j CEOSS. ? . ? The Southern Gross footballers (the best of them) visited Coolgardie on Sunday to liavn a game with the local team 'for tne purpose, Geo Henderson said, 'of ' ascertaining1, who possessed the superior fuotball abilities.' Well, to cut a long story short, Southern Qto^sj found Coolgardie fairly easy prey*. After a long train journey the team played a good yame, wiiile on the contrary Coolgavdie did uoc play up to form. It it had been any other day but a Sunday it is hard to say what might have been the »-e-ult, as a night in the train and a visit to a strange town -all haa a peculiar and compelling effect on the thirst, and when a thirst has been long 'and often quenched its owner, usually plays a different style ( of' footbalJ, We be lieve, thoagh, that' the visitors found the Coolgardie brand of tea most re freshing-- and less likely, .to upset their equilibrium than the liquid revivers dispensed at various places throughout the' town...

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LONDONDERRY WELTER. (One mile and a quarter.) [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 13 September 1913

LONDONDERRY \VjjSLTEJB. (One milej and a quarter.) West Park, North Park — Florrie (W. Marshall), 8.3 ? 1 Misfire (Craeknell), 7.13 .. . . Y. 2 Keer Weer (R. W. Brennan), 8.5 ... 3 | Other starters: Florus, 9.2 (Jack I Flynn), Skipton, 8.2 (Wilkinson), Dr. | Lunn, 8.2 (Dareey), Solo Girl, -7.12 , (W. Biglands), Balmain, 7.10 (Jas. Flynn), Yalobia, 7.10- (A. Audas), Lady M., 7.9 (H. Marland): - Betting: 2 to 1 against West Park, 5 tol Balmain, 6 to 1 Yalobia, 7 to 1 Keer Weer, 8 to 1 Florus, 12 to '1 Skip ton and Solo Girl, 15 to- 1 Lady. M., 20 to 1 others. ' . j Totalisator: Invested S.O., £331; div.- I £1/16/. Place, £612; divs., 15/, 54/-, ! and 29/. -

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