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The Zoological Gardens [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

Th© Zoological hardens' The following circular has been is sued by the President of the Zoological Gardens, Perth, and should be availed, of by parties of boys from _ the ^old fields centres. The. .circular and a paniphlst dealing fully with the con ditions under which .camps may be for med, has been reeoive'l: — Zoological Gardens, Perth. 'Sir,— With a view of wideniug tlie educational scope , pf our Zoological Gardens, it has been resolved by the committee controlling them 'to afford to the younger .members- of the. com munity residing in localities more or less remote from the metropolis addi tional opportunities of sharing .in the advantages offered by tho gardens to the children of the City of Perth and its suburbs, and ,to a very great ox tent availed of by those children.' 'To achieve, this object, it nas been decided that during the coming sum mer months.1 camping accommodation shall be provided within the gardens for parties of boys from 10 -to 15 years of age, not exceedin...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SHAREMARKET. CHAS. B. MOOR. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

THE SHAREMARKET. GHAS. B. MOOR; Tne following'sales and quotations H;' were : — ?'?'?-.? || London, Sept. 25 jj£ Chaffers, 2s |j ' Associated, 7s l^d ? |; Associated Northerns, 10s 3d j| Golden Horseshoe, 57s 6d . tf Hannan's Star, 3s 7£d |J Golden Luiks, Is 6d - ': - Cobar,39s6d . Adelaide, Sept. 26. Bullfinch, buyer 1 6s 3d. seller 16s 6d Hannan's Star;; buyer 3s 7d, seller 3s lid r;, Associated Northerns, buy cr 10s, seller 10a 3d Edna May, bujer Ms 3d, seller 34s 9d . ???.;;.? 7-;* ' ... ?.? ?---? Boulders, buyer 13-s 3J, seller 18s 6d Mararoa, buyer. 6a, 2d, seller 6s 3d Marvel Lochs, buyer Is 5d, seller Is 6d. 7 ???-?.? ' ?-????. ? ? . . ';. Chaffers, b Is 9d, seller Is, lid g

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Cricket [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

Cricket I Unfortunately lovers of this graud ' i old game seem to be asleep in Cool- | gardie. .Although two meetings have | been advertised and called, the secre- 1 tary pro. tern, has not been able to f get a big enough muster to do any f business. Duriner the week it has i been seated that onr Burbanks friends * are. forming a club, so it seems that there must ba something wrong in town if we. cannot muste' a club here, or even two for tha^taatter, and probably an association. Wake up. local enthusiasts, and * see if something cannot be done to keep '' the sport going. In a town like this, with every convenience, and a g od ground, surely we are not going to let the game die. j

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MINER ACCOUNTS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

MINER ACCOUNTS ? r.j.i7i-'i A.11 accounts due by me should be sent to Mr. C. B. Moor or this office, and accounts due to me must be only paid to him or at this office. A, M. MoInzysb,

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The Cumpston Interdict. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

The Cunrpstoii Interdict. We are hoping against hope that the motion which Mr. Webster M.1I.R., has given; notice in the Federal Ho ise, to the effect that the Cumpston-Groom proclamation, by which Sydney was ulaced in quarantine, should be at once revoked, and reliance placed on (Sanitation and isolation in the fight against disease, may be carried. Mjir-y' members, especially those who . repre ? sent Sydney constituencies, sympathise with the resolution. If, therefore, the Opposition ;were to vote on it solidly, it would almost certainly be pashed, for the loss of even one vote from the Ministerial side would mean defeat. 'Labor,' however, is by no means unanimous on the subject, and there is reason to believe that the scheme will end in smoke. Dr. Robertson, the Chief Medical Officer of 'Victoria', tired of being 'heckled' by anti.vaecina tionists, lias issued a remarkable chal lenge. Ho would agree, he said, to find ten vaccinated persons willing to take the risk of being inocul...

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Superannuation. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

Superannuation. Among the big questions with which the moribund Assembly is being asked to grapple is -that of establishing a scheme, of superannuation for panlic employees, vftether State or municipal. Each will be required to contribute! ac cording to his age, and the' amount, of pension that he will be entitled to, but the payments of the employees ar. to be -.supplemented, t for £, by the empolying body. The scheme: will be complicated as well as costly. Em ployees are to be divided into three classes — those under 80, those between 30 and Go, and those over 65. jThe last named will bei expected .to retire at once, on a pension of £52 per annum. The large class between .30 and 65 are to contribute as if they were 30. The difference between this amouut and the. larger , contributio.n wliich they ought to pay because of their advanced age is to be ma'de up by the employing body, in addition ti its £ for £ contri bution. But, as the oiler men die off, th'e service will come xo cons...

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THE LIZARD'S LETTER [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

THE LIZARD'S LETTER. (Prom 'Southern Cross Times.'5) It is not a long story, but it's true; therefore we do not detract from the long-established vsricity of out ]-arer by sending it through tha linotype and placing! h before our cmntleas rot-.de1?. The Lizard is 6ft. Bin. in height, and I has a thirst o\rerlapping his 74 inches \ that is ever present, thougu invisible. ' When the Iquor supplies of Marvel i Loch run low, or become unpalatable, ! the Lizard leaves his hollow log and j takes a bee line for this aurifeious j plot. - The length of his sojourns here ; are regulated by three factors, the j w.eight of the chamois bag, the vigi lance of the police, and the presence — or absence — of fellows who are buying j fantoids for all and sundry. Some 12 i months ago the Lizard ambled into this delectable village with light spirits and a long thirst, but unburdened with dough, spondeaulix, rhino, brass or any of the other curses which aspiring La bor politicians denounce with so much ...

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THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

THOUGHTS. Thoughts are things. — Mrs. Eddy. ' ] But words are things and a small ', drop of ink, ? j Falling like dew upon a thought j produces . I That which makes thousands, perhaps millions think. j — Lord Byron. j There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so. — ShakespeaT&. : Thoughts- nnspoken ace not unknown to the Divine mind. Desire is prayer, ; and -no loss can occur from trusting I'Grod.wich our desires, that they may | be moulded and exalted before they take f orm in. fot&s and deeds. — Mrs. Eddy. Christianity is organised kindness. Joy is the great result of Christianity.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

NEW & SECONDHAND '~ *?* '?*? '*- i l, — H- A. i ^_/i { y | / ' ^ ^4 j s h n ( ^Hj b* i fl Ik h *' OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. PLANTS ,RECBNT,LY SUPPLIED TO— -, - - Bullfinch Proprietary Mine Corinthian North Mine. Edna May Mine - - . * Kyarra Gold Mine. ~ .- Royal Standard Gold Mine. Great Victorious Mine, Ora Banda, Etc, Etc. . CASH OR TERMS. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED. The WestraMan Machinery Corporation Ltd,, BOULDER ROAD, KALGOORLIE. The SiliiwifiifflL: FixblisliGcL E'verv ? S&titirclaiir- ? ?-News of Coolgwdie and .jSn-nmmdiiio; Dislxict.s .— ' . f - ? .'7'* ? ' '' '- \ iAND x ' p«j-»ct— ...Li i.ui :r.--1r-rra-1-1--lp-1-m][1JJ | iTmr-n^—wnwiw Will be its chief Feature. -?lHelp your District*' by-Supporting- a Paper thafc.is being ' , ^iibrisHjed'fo?; th'e pttrpose of. .helping: the Old Field ? ' ^ '-- A M McIN TYRE, Proprietor Burbfliiks; Utme. \ (EST,BLISHED 18?8)/ y- - Wearmouth aiiA^ Crad$ce; 'Proprietors. (GENERAL STOREKEEPERS & DRAPERS) ' The Largest Stocks i...

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Coolgardie Municipal Council. FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

Coolgardie Municipal Council, FORTNIGHTLY MEETING. The usual routine business was transacted at the council meeting on Thursday last, when the following councillors were present : — D. Mae- j pheison (mayor), Cra. Noonan, Cecil* | N:sbet, Faahan, Linkson, Cr. Hanley being absent on a holiday to the Eastern Statea. Tt nders for the letting of the baths having been called tor were ' considered. There were three appli cations, the successful tenderer being P. Eddy, whose work on previous occasions as lessee of the baths had given general satisfaction. The acting health inspector re ported on the shops, etc., throughout the district, and stated that the food exposed for sale was of a good and wholesome quality. No cases of in fectious diseases wei'e reported. The district generally was in a healthy condition. A letter was read from the Com missioner of Public Health, drawing attention to the prohibition of the sale of white phosphorous mstchee. Attention wes also called to the fact that...

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Our Sydney Letter. September 16th, 1913. An Accused Minister. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

- J&ur Sydney Letter,- _ ^- September 46th, 1913. An Accused Minister. The attitude and position of Mr. ''-Arthur Griffirh, the Minister lor Works, continue to occupy a great deal of at . tention. The gravamen of the charges —which nvo indig-i-antly denied by the Minister an.?, his colleagues— is that he has usted the secret of his intentions, and that he has taken advantage of the tmblie in other ways. The evidence ? '- is only circumstantial, and may be capable of . satisfactory explanation.^ Mr. Wade, the Leader of the Opposi-^ lxion,. is, howe/er, so connclent of the strength of his case that he has otfered ? to 'Waive his Parliamentary privilege in order to have the charges threshed ? out in court. Mr. Griffith, who has been the subject of another inquiry, which failed to establish anything against him, is willing to take the r 'course suggested by Mr. Wade's offer, 'but he considers that the consent of the Cabinet must first be obtained. On the other hand, outside crit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

— ? — ? 'LINSEED COMPOUND' for I thighs ana colds. Of proven «fflci«n6j i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

- KifllfkV * Thursdays. Complete Change of: Programme Each Night. ' - Murray B&? Bridge, CYCLE and MOTOR AGENTS Bayley Street. Repairs of all kinds Promptly Executed. Rheumatism and Indigestion TheRotorua II CMii 1} U ^ The Rotorua Salts tlulSaifa^ Salts Eegiatered 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 and liver, bilious attacks, and all affections of the kidneys, In rheumstism and indigestion this natural salt — which is one of nature's great ' cures — should be tried even after other treatment has failed. r Price 2/6, Posted 2/9 Sole Agent — * '? . ? ' Chemist, Bayley-street, Coolgardie McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. Personally visits Ooolgardie eyery Sunday; ' Old Council Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, Hours 10 a.m, to 5.80 p.m- — ? Don't Take Me Home I ? . '...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

PRIVATE- BOARDING HOUSE.' MRS. MYERS, j Silvbsthr Street (opposite Gardens). TARIFF '- 22/6 WEEK. [A Card.] ' ' Messrs. R. B. ? Andrews and E. Tindal, -of Southern Cross, barrister and solicitor, are Opening a Branch Office in the W.A. Bank Buildings, Bayley-street, Coolgardie, /. ? _^ ? ? ? '''' * * For Sale* About 15,000 Cleaned Bricks. Also complete set of MotteiV Fittings with Hods for Baker's Ovens. A'eo Strong- KoomUoov oft x 3ft Apply— G. JOHNSON, .. ' Bricklayer, , ' Jenkiu-st., Coolgardie Municipality of Coolgardie yOTEBS' LIST The Electoral list is how open for inspection at the Municipal offices. Claims of objections must, be lodged on or before Tuesday, September 30. Forms may be obtained at Council Chambers. The names of persons] who have not paid their rates will be ] struck off the lisr. j S. A. COLEMAN, j Town Clerk and Treasurer]

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The Morality of picture shows. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

/ i:)-!'. f1;*^! b-'^r «*?-* ~. Y\ -; '» The Morality of xicftire Shows. ?' The morality or otherwise of pueture shows is beginning to attract atten tion Undoubtedly, sensational scenes' of lawlessness and cruelty must leavV very undesirable impressions' on tlie mmds of the young. We, are too moral' to allow citizens to sunnlv 7m « « «???'? other's needs a minute after certain hours in the afternoon. But the inilu encei of demoralising exhibitions is re garded as Jiegligable. Adults are as sumed . to be incapable of managing their own. affairs without minute regu- - latious and heavy'' penalties. But chil dren are supposed- to' be'' able to look after themselves without any regula tion at all. Some of the snows may bej harmless enough, may even' be, highly educative. But assuredly that cannot be said of all of them, and as lono- as sensational exhibitions prove to be better draws than those of a more innocent character they' will 'become, not only more numerous, but of a rap idly de...

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Laymen Object. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

Laymen Object. The publication o;, the minority of tho recent Pennsylvania State Vaccina tion Commission was peculiarly timely at the present juncture. The' circula tion by the Government, of a 14-year: old article from the 'Edinburgh Ee view,' crammed with the. usual official exaggerations, was ancient1 history in comparison, and could evince no one who was not convinced already. The Pennsylvania Commission was appoint ed in 1911, and the report in question was furnished in. the carl v Dart of the present year. It is, therefore, as fully up-to-date: as it is possible for any au thoritative document of the kind to be. The Commission consisted of three doctors, and four lay-fen.' The doc tors, of. course, reported in favor of the practice to wliich the pofession has irrevocably committed itself. They were only able, however, to' carry wajfcli them one . of the laymen. The o'cher three. Mr. IT. (- T.iivi^r,™^ tvt\. John Pitcairn, and Mr. P F. Cope, al together dissenting from their me...

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Romance of Mt. Morgan. HOW THE RICH MINE WAS DISCOVERED [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

Romance of Mt. Morgan. HOW THE RICH MIKE WAS DISCOVj^KJLiD. ' ? If the life of the goldseeik'er'is steep ed in excitemsnt and romance, it is cer tainly not devoid of disappointments and' tragedies, though these are com pensated for by the extraordinary luck which' has more than once revealed the hiding place of fabulous wealth to those who were not seeiung for the precious1 metal, still less anticipating finding ' it. The discovery of/ Mount Morgan furnishes such an instance. Tn '1882 three brothers of the name of Morgan owned the cattle station, Mount Wheeler, situated a short distance from, Boekhamptqn. In their j employ was a man named Sandy Gordon, whose parents had co-»o- io thei district in 1864, and taken up land on the Eazor Back, a spur of ridges near what' is now known. as^Mount. Morgan. In dua course their sons, Sandy and Donald, also took uj *xnd in the lo cality and started jiattle-raising. The country, however, was too poor to per mit of the venture becoming a success,...

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A FLOATING COAL MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

Jl HOOTING COALMINE. -'' Most people would thfnk, naturally | enough, that the obvious way to rlis- s charge a coal cargo would bs? frcn) f thetop. But, nowadays, it is exact- f iy the rever.se ; the ? easiest way is to restore the' fuel, after a fashion, 1.0 something resembling the position it originally occupied underground* and. work it out afresh from undpr neatV That is why. the Admiralty have recently .built several craft which are literally floating co?l' nits. One, of about the size of the bat tleships of a -.year or two ago, holds 12,000 tons, S^nd was built on the Tyne for service ' at Portsmouth. Another', considerably smaller ' in size, has recently been launched on the Tharr/es. -iin both of them the general idea is alike. The vessels are fitted with shafts and levels, ex actly as in a colliery, whi«h, when the holds through which these ex tend are filled, penetrate the whole mass. But there ii no hewing as in a pit. In the bottom level a nn. cr ol apertures are fitted...

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A Goldfields Party on Tour [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

A Goldfields Party on Tour ??-...'' - ? ? I)qwn from Meekatharra and Day Dawn comes a ; wail on thia Grbvern ment's neglect of the. mining; industry, and a protest against the careful codd ling of the cumbersome cocky who rank about one-sixteenth in importance with those who find employment in chasing the precious yellow m|etal. The cry represents -the last protest, of a perse cuted industry, which is bleing crip pled because we have in- our Houses men who are either too narrow-minded to see the general benefit of this in dustry to the State, or top -pig-headed and self-willed to see the importance of. placing it before a crowd of incom petents who gO' on the land and juggle for a season vyith ae blade of wheat, and ; look to ' Parliament to lift them out of the rats of unfinancialism. It represents the out-pouiings of brave hearts wh'o have battled on through years of adversity, through activity and slump, and who now have a chance of proving to those who decry its use fulness, tha...

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SALT FOR TOILET PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 27 September 1913

SALT FOR TOILET PURPOSES, ? V ? ® : Salt as a tooth powder is better than, almost anything that can be bought. It keeps the teeth brilliantly white and the gums hard and roBy. The salt for this purpose should be highly pulverised. If after having a tooth extracted the mouth be filled 5 «M+h RR.1t and water, it will allay tn© : danger of having haemorrhage. II the feet are tired or painful after , long standing, great relief can be | had by bathing them in salt water. ?; A handful of salt to a gallon of ; water ia the right proportion. | Have the water as hot as can be comfortably borne. Immerse the feet, and throw the water over the legs aB far as the knees with the hands. When the water becomes too cool, rub briskly with a flesh towel. This method, used night and morning \s most beneficial to the feet. ^ 'I fear he yielded to the tempta tion to enrich himself at the espenes of the share-holdera.' ,, 'That wasn't a temptation, re plied t&e cold-blooded flaancto **$&&...

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