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The Coolgardie Miner Published Weekly SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1913 COOLGARDIE'S FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

Published Weekly SATURDAY, MARCH 22,- 1913 COOLG-ARDIB'S FUTURE. Notwithstanding the long waiting for a mining revival, those who know the Coolgardie district best are now more sanguine than ever regarding its future, and a few even go so far as' to predict a splendidly prosperous time ahead. From time to time new finds of (considerable promise are made, and these all assist to .maintain a spirit of cheerfulness. At Burbanks, where the Wallsend-Lady Eobinson combined property is being worked, good news came in during the week. The plant has now been paid for out of the last crushing, and, for the first time in three years, Cecil and party hav,e made . wages, but more is to' be done yet. At the same time, the re sult shows what may be achieved by | perseverance. The big lode at the Em- I press of Coolgardie, near Tindal's, is ; being broken rapidly, and if terms can be arranged, a pacel of 200 or 400 tons will be sent to the State battery for .'treatment. Now, this is just one ' of t...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: WA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

Jim Elliott *? Proprietor. JBIiK LANCFORP'8 SPARKLING ALES Bulk and Bottled, Obtainable Everywhere ? / McKenzie's Buildings, Kalgoorlie. ' - Old rJonncil Chamber, Opposite Denver City Hotel, Hours 10 a.m. to 4.45 p.m Don't Take Me Home! -' ? ?* — . TBke me to ' Cecil's Arcade, Opposite Law CourtB, . , Wher« yon can get tha latest in Fashion Books, Novels and School Books always on hand Coolgardfe Miner delivered regularly | £ . y^j ^-w X ^-vl ^ _JP^ j^V. .?'V. ?4*. ^^P'Hl^^C^^t Large assortment of Men's Women's- .and \^S8|lL Children's Boots and Shoes, ..'?'? * ^'apw^ x59.yiey otreetj ? ''J&BKp^^5'^ C0OLGHRDI.E DMiFfY : X^S-^^^S P' BuRKE ' ' ? ? Proprietor v'^^^^^^^^. Purs Milk Delivered Twice Daily Cream and Dairy Butter ' ; ;\- . Public Notice. ? ?'''? a, . . ? AJ. SEAGRIM notifies the Public that he meets all trains, and carries ? every class of goods, furniture, etc. ( '?' - - His coach runs to Burbanks twice daily, leaving Coolgardie at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and leaves Bur...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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WHAT WILL DEAKIN DO? [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

WHAT WILL DEAKIN DO? A writer in the A.N.A. paper, H'The Australasian' (W.A.), concludes Ms article thus:— 'Despite all failings, and perhaps the average man exaggerates them out of lack of a true grasp of the many difficulties a big party has to face, Deakin is yet our greatest oratorical and intellectual light. He has won fche .admiration not only of Australians, but oi: his race, and his race can ill spare him, That London hg.8 beckoned him more than once is well known, and the future may nee the one-time idol of Australia winning at the heart of the Empire a fame which his own country at the present moment seems to deny him. Should he step into the area of Imperial politics his brilliancy will force Australia jnto ne/fcice at the big centres of Europe's international af fairs. In whatever sphgr e he moves Mr. Deakin 's talents will cause him tp soar high above his fellows, whether he is again, matched with Ms own countrymen, or if he elects to plunge into the vaster sea of Imper...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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ITEMS OF INTEREST [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

ITEMS OF INTEREST Salvation Army. — It will be seen from an advertisement that Major Head, of the Salvation Army, will be here during to-day, Sunday and Mon day, and will speak on the subjects therein announced. Major Head is a well-known figure in all social work and effort throughout West Australia. Possessed of a strong personality, he gets quic&ly into responsive 'touch' with his audience. Choosing, as he usually does, for his addresses, themes which appeal to, and arrest We atten tion of the 'man- in the street,' he handles his subjects in an entirely fresh and unconventional manner, after putting before his hearers en tirely new standpoints from which to look at many of those problems of life which preaa for solution. .No one should miss this opportunity of hear Easter Holidays. — Following tMs j issue comes Easter week, bu,t 'it will | make no difference to our office ar- j rangements. Advertisements will be | received as usual on Good Friday, but i advertisers are re...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

Burhanks Store. ' ' I l—^!i':' - (ESi'ABLJSHED 189S»J ' j , Wearmouth(.and Crudaqe,. Proprietors. I (GEXEUAL STOREKEEPERS & DRAPERS) ? ?? ?? | The Largest Stocks in the District. Oar Prices are Bed rock, I Customers Waited on for Orders. -' Woodline Trade a Speciality. | . ? AGENTS FOIl THE ?'QOOLGAI.D.E MISER.' I ? ' ' j i ^^?TTa~' ~ — ' '* n n inn ? | ? „, ? ,|. ? miii iiiiminm I., ju. ? ...)? ? mi ,.. fc&iffit'f'^ r ' if'''' . Coolgardie Meat- Supply, ^fcfci ' ? ? ' ' TBENAMAX & TUEVETT. ? Only the Primest Stocked, , - - Givu us a Tri.,1.' . b Telephone, 8. - ' |' ? ! ? . ? . ? ? ?£- GLOBE HOTEL, bayley street, , ' G: 1 ? ' ' .'T7 ' ' ' 'COOLGABDIK. -7^ ? . W.'J. REYNOLDS, Propiletor. |C The Honse where Miners meet. ? COOLEST BEER iu Town. fs '...?? .'?'? - .---,- - ?i p-/ ... TELEPHONE 70. (Connected with-.Kalgoorlic. Boulder, and Norseman). * ' f% - ? ? _' , - .---'. / ! 'V '~- ' ? ? — ? ? — ? ? S^t. VAL JEE 'DRAPEIi and CLOTHIER, ? * ' -...., . ' 'BAYLJ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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COOLGARDIE FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

COOLGABBIE FIEB BEIGABH. At the Fire Station ori Monday' even ing, the first dance of the season was held, and this was in the nature of a send-off tq the firemen who have gone to Fremantle to take r-ar+. in +h2\* nual demonstration. The dance wag ! well attended, some thirty oou-.jes j taking the floor, and a Ple0^nt £me j was spent until after ^dnight; Ee_ freshments were p-rovidedj aJd m due for fee way in wnich these bri gade dances are always arranged ana earned out. The firemen took iheir departure for Fremantle on Wedaes- { day evening,- and should give a ^ood ' amount of themselves on the big Oval where so many splendid atnictie con tests' have been decided. The Cool- -' gardie competitors include- ' Messrs W '? Devine, N. Carr, J. and N. IW ,' ; Jones, Larcomhe, Bailey, E. DunJtan' and others. They will compete in ; most of the events and should do well | before the demonstration comes to nn '' .eua. : j

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Our Eastern Letter. Sydney, March 4th, 1913. No Gas. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

[?] '.'? Sydney, March 4th, 1913. ? No Gas. Is'cedlcss to gay, the gas strike con A'- -ti«ues. ' If the : unemployed working .'?' men of Sydney and .the. .neighborhood. ' ? ...had any .eonfi'lence. in the ''boua . -fides'.' of the Government, it would not continue long. The Premier declared to the unionists that-if. they -did not re-. ,su,me work, before, 2 p.m. yesterday ^ (Monday.) the .Government would at once, by proclamation in the evening papers, ca^l on all members of the eom -- numity- to-, assist in obtaining a sup ply of gas by performing the work accessary -to -obtain- the- samej- at cur rent rate of wages, and that full pro tection would be provided by the Gov ernment. . Two o'clock duly- came, but there was no return to work. Neither vras there any. rush of men to take ad vantage of Mr. McGowan's offer. A kind of proclamation appeared, but it was aot so specifically worded aa the promise, and it was soon pointed out that it was destitute of executive sanction. The last ...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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Maternity Case WHO WAS THE FATHER? [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

Maternity Case. WHO WAS THE FATHER? In the Coolgardie Police Court on Friday, the 14th inst., before Messrs.   A. P. Wymand and D. McPherson, J's.P., Mrs. L. Blundell, a widow,   charged John Trembath, manager of the Hidden Secret North mine, at Nundynie, with being the father of her illegitimate child born at Leonora on February 9 last. Mr. O'Dea appeared for the defence   and pleaded not guilty.   Complainant, who was not repre-   sented by counsel, had the child in her   arms, and a little girl at her side.   She was a good-featured little woman,   and gave her evidence in a weak voice from her seat in the witness box. She declared that Trembath was the father of the child that she want- ed an award for maintenance. Mr. O'Dea said she must prove her case. To the Bench: Complainant said Trembath was the only man with whom she had been intimate at Higginsville. The first time was...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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DUNDAS GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

DUNDAS GOLDFIELD.     Some disadvantage was felt on the Dundas goldfield owing to the scarcity   of water, which was due to the excep-   tionally dry season.         At the Lady Miller eneouraging de-   velopments occurred, and,a large     amount of machinery was added to the     plant.                 The Maroroa is said to be looking well and there is every prospect of its   maintaining a large and profitable pro- duction for many years.   A considerable amount of drifting     has been done in a southerly direction from the main incline, where it is thought there are good prospects of discovering ore of a profitable char- acter.     &am...

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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NORTH COOLGARDIE FIELD. Yerilla. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

NORTH COOLGARDIE FIELD. Yerilla.           There has been a revival of mining at the Yerilla centre, the Yerilla King having opened up a good quartz reef at 125ft. in depth; this has been driven on for380ft. and has been proved to be of good grade, 767 tons crushed iyielded 985ozs. of bullion over the   plates. The success attending the enterprise induced the owners of the lease adjoining 0n the south, the Viola, to sink a shaft on the course of the reef while they cut at about 125ft. The values were payable, and the vein is being opened up. Other parties are now prospecting in the vicinity.

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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The Coolgardie Miner Special Edition [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

The Coolgardie Miner Special Edition A special edition of the Coolgar- die Miner will be published on Tuesday, morning containing r   ports of Eastern and W.A. Rac- ing, and other events taking place on Easter Monday. Leave word with your newsagent

Publication Title: Coolgardie Miner
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BOWLS [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

BOWLS       The holidays have led to consider-- able activity in connection with bowl- ing and a novice tournament was commenced yesterday and will be con- tinued on Monday forenoon. Monday afternoon will be devoted to a full teams tournament and playing mem- bers are requested to be on the green early. By the way, a member of the club, speaking from the barber's chair the other day, spoke somewhat dispar- agingly of his fellow members. His uncomplimentary remark with refer- ence to those, including some old players, who are not taking a very ac- tive part this season was : " We cannot get up a teams tournament here with-   out taking in the tag-rag of the club." This is not the way in which experi- enced bowlers refer to one another,   and such remarks should not be made in public.    

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NOTES ON THE MINING INDUSTRY. MARCH 12, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

NOTES ON THE MINING IN-   DUSTRY. MARCH 12, 1913. The Mining Registrar at Marble/Bar reports: —       "Total gold returns for February, 327.5 tons for 289.19 fine ozs.; all crushed at the State battery. Total, 1010.55 tons valued at £1.286."

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'DARKY" CLARKE'S FUNERAL. FLORAL TRIBUTES. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

"DARKY" CLARKE'S FUNERAL,   FLORAL TRIBUTES. The funeral of William ("Darkey")   Clarke, who expired so suddenly on the previous Friday night, was conducted on Sunday afternoon, the remains be- ing interred in the Roman Catholic portion of the Coolgardie Cemetery, and the burial service celebrated by the Rev. Dr. O 'Hurley. On Saturday afternoon, Mr. Arthur Williams, who   had known deceased from his prospect- ing days, saw a few friends, the result being that two handsome wreaths were provided, one from the citizens and the other from the children of Cool-     gardie. The latter was particularly   appropriate, as Darkey was always popular with the little ones, and had been their living "Father Christmas"   at their feasts for some years, past.   He was always ready and willing when the children had to be amused, and his quaint sayings always made them shriek with laughter. The li...

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Working Men's Club [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

'Working Men's Club   A meeting to form this club was     held was held on Tuesday evening when Mr T. Davison presided and   Mr A. Gibson was elected secretary     (pro tem). A committee was appoin- ted to go into details and report to a future meeting.      

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PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

PERSONAL Mrs. C. Vincent will return to the   State by the G.M.S. Roon on Monday and will be met at Fremantle by Mr Vincent who goes down by train to morrow evening. Mr and Mrs Vin- cent may then go on to Sydney for a brief holiday. Mrs Vincent has had a very pleasant tour of the world and writes to a friend that she would like to have it all over again.

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What of Yass? [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

What of Yass? Ministers aro now possessed by a horrible fear lest the precipitate action of the gas strikers should lose them the by-election at Yass. Such an oc- currence, and the obvious inability of the Government, to deal with it — an inability mainly due to the obligation under which it finds itself to blow hot   and cold with the same mouth — seems eminently calculated to destroy such shreds of confidence as the good folks       of Yass may still have been able to   retain in its intentions and ability.     It is a Government which has been notoriously hand-and-glove with men   who are now openly endeavoring to   engineer a combination of unions   which shall "hold up" the public, in a manner even more cruel and unre-   lenting than that of the gasmen . Ob- servant citizens, if they are gifted   with ordinary reasoning powe...

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Lord Chelmsford. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

Lord Chelmsford.   Lord Chelmsford delivered an excel- lent farewell speech at the banquet   tendered him last night. On such an occasion he felt at liberty to somewhat relax the bonds of official reticence by   which a gentleman in his position is     ordinarily bound. Consequently, he said a great many things that the com- mon sense of every one will approve.   Notably, he had a few words to say   about the spurious humanitarianism     which is working so much injury among us. When a crime is committed he pointed out, there is a hue and cry for the perpetrator, and the public is not satisfied till he is captured.But,       when lie is tried and convicted, peti-     tions to ask for a remission of com- mutation of his sentence crowd in from every quarter, so that it really appears   that th...

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Easy Philanthropy. ! [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 22 March 1913

_________             Easy Philanthropy.     If a man has more money than he can use, there can hardly be an easier way of getting rid of it than scatter ing it in the street. That is what a well-dressed man and woman have been doing in Harris-street, Ultimo—     a very, crowded part of the city. They have been going up and down the street on Sunday afternoons in a taxi cab, showering money as they go. Needless to say, the taxi is followed by a shouting crowd of the children of the neighborhood. Equally needless is   it to say that the strongest and most unscrupulous come off best. It is   stated, however, that when distressing cases of poverty have been brought under his notice, the philanthropist   has called at the house and given assis-     tance of a very substantial character. He is sa...

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SOUTH YILGARN. THE COMET. ANOTHER SPLENDID CRUSHING 130 Tons For 357 Ozs. [Newspaper Article] — Coolgardie Miner — 29 March 1913

. S0OTH YiLGARN. ' VI THE COMET. ' '' \ ANOTHER SPLENDID CRUSHING 130 Tons For 357 Ozs..' ' - - '-' L On Easter Monday the Comet clean-' ed up 357ozs. of bullion from 130 tons* which were treated at Donovan's' Find battery. It is anticipated that a few more ounces will be added ' to this yield. The erushings froiu this lease to date are 899 tons for a return :over the plates of 2,588ozs.

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